The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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rPBLIIIIFD EVER* ATUIIDAY. twenty-first, eighteen hundred and in the city, and authority the United the
I on home, the to right of trial
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forty-eight shall be rear money States by jury heard behavior.
-. -, widows so construed as to embrace all be paid into the hands of chiefs of said delegation -I can exercise in the constitution must be I of trial ever He says that this proves that ibex*
by in
of Louisiana
TURKS : musiciansand orphans ofccr. non-lmmissione or to an agent to be appointed by the Secretary exercised by us. It i is by the authority of the jury before it be- judges Jo not come under the provisions of
ofcft t reg- of War, at Ins option, to conduct said Indians constitution they came a State, or before the law creating the co' titution.
on have
Titnce DOLL if in advance. become
AH ii per annum paid army or of volunteers, who have tht Sir
THREE AND A..HALF, if paid within six tnontLs. honorable'discharge or who remained to received the date an of the way home as far as Detroit, who shall be allowed there are questions that do not admit of, a territory gave it a right of trial by jury ?_ Mr. WEBSTER. So far an appeal _

TOUR DOL.I, i not paid until) the end of theear.JJThe their death in the military service of the United ol the a reasonable' appropriated compensation aforesaid.for such services oat argument. 'I'his is one of them. The Xobody, sir, nobody. It is well for us to look lies from them they are inferior a courts. _

telmsi be rigidly adhered to, and State, and who have died since their return their Approved money)February 22, IS as$$9. statement carries witk it the conclusion. mere to our history. I do not believe that them i Mr. CALIIOUX. So an appeallies from

no paper will b. until all arrearas arc utual ;place of residence, of wounds received, or I then any new light now to be thrown upon the bi the State _
rejoice, to hear courts, and of the
of the from disease contracted while in line --------- --- - --- gentlemen by implication ofthe many judges of
paid, unless at the option publishers. Subscriber of duty sub tory proceeding of this
will be received (or three months at One ject to such rulesregulationsand restrictions as Ihe Discussion Between IUes*I's. Webster acknowledge that if the constitution( be to that The government inrclation the State courts do not told! their tenure for a ftli !

DQlar-ix months at $1 1 :O. Every order for the Secretary of War, by the third section of said act, is and Calhoun there, we are under its shield. The South matter. history of this term of years. Are they, too, Inferior courts K-'
tut (this county must be accompanied with authorized to impose. We alluded last week to the discussion, in want no higher stronger position to stand government shown that when new territory within the meaning of the constitution ? Now, t
thecash unlew the\rder comes through any of our Approved February : 1.5.19.) You have has been obtained by acquisition- from ti'i whether
regularly authorized agents in the State..ADVERTISEMENTS .. -,.. ., .., wichacprding. to all..accounts so much. alilitV You upon.have put us upon high ground foreign nations, that territory has been given has, the Congress of ihe United Stales 5; .

[No. 13.3] AN, ACT to j joltice 'ddi'tinaIjabd.. Was cxlilted.1Jctweln _'.fPr_______*_. \V" _. _nn/1 u_ fVonfhc _. admitted tai fho-.---- ,-,?!1v. .m....''_... _I r.i La.-_;. by. Congress, such l laws Congress should, a right to fix,the legal tenure of the judo J !
in the State of Mi.snuri. fending jour claims;and refusing ti is I or not, I do not pretend to be *
ours, lo f for may
fie il enacted by the Senate and ; tif Itepresentalives question whether the Constitution of the deny the existence ofthe pass .its( immediate government-such laws that Congress has stretched its I
Will he inserted the lour constitution in the power beyond 11
at rate of One : as Congress
Dolapcr squaref of the! United States in United States extends the I erritories. should pass for its the constitution
twelve lines for the first,and each CongrrS atsftalltd. That so much of 'frra the O'cr Territories of ThE gentlm:1 from Massachusetts I during its territorial existence government I. or it may be that ihe courts"have i

vubscquent insertion. A reasonable deduction of the United States included in the present publiclands the United States. Notwithstanding its lengthwe I said, only fartially acknowledges it.- state in which it during the preparatory -! decided etroneousl) That i a question ,
will be made on legal notices, estate n.ticl", yearly Fayettc district in the State of He acknowledge that the should remain un unnecessary for me decide. I
Missouri, lies with give the report of the debate in great fundamental til it fit never
today'spaper was to ; .
I notices without alteration, havin come in or thc
by in t the as one
persons ; following boundaries, to wit : Beginnins at principles of government be family asserted that the whole constitution extends 1
regula account with the office. the the -omitting a few sentences.Mr. may of States. '
point on northern
boundary of Ihe State intersected there. He itself
is rht in that to the territories. {
( he of its
announcements of candidates for rive ; is right in that. Mr. Many provis
the line President
POLI.AKS-invariably in advance. ofce. fourteen by between ranges thirteen and WEBSTER said, The constitution of Sow,sir, is thee a more fundamental the honorable senator argues ions are it-applicable! to the territories. The
; along that line until it principle that
l.uth inter- the
trill be to orderforinuunccnentuuIessaccompanied the United States is established over the United than this that this constitution declares itself the
paid -
any the line between and is a federal Uion that greater portion was intended to provide for
srcl fifty- law '
with the cash. ; thence west along townships that line fly.t'e intersects States, and over nothing else. I can be the States, parties lo the Union ; (the land, "and therefore" must nervnrl** Iho .. -i I -r.I- .r...& .""'' .'
a States ibr
All religious' marriage and obituary nniices pub- (lie line between twenty-three and established over nothing else than the to whicj the are irrrtioncs. The land. I take it, sir, the Union. But many proti.ius do extend ._,' *
ranges existing
twenty- belongs in
Itched but editorial notices for their federal means the land which
gratuitously ; private four ; thence north along Ihe last mentioned line to States and over new States that ? Is over the constitutionwas to the territories. '
in capacity there
bel"ft. "'i be charged as advertisements. the Irtler boundary of the State; thence east hereafter. When they do come shal, they come then I > than this-that a there more t fundamental principle established ; or, in other words, it means He says there i is nothing in my argument
with is
boundary line to the beginning t-hall be a perfect cquali- the United States, united under the constitution
.JOB W O K K. .formed into a new land district to be called the come under the constitution. There} is a confusion }between the members of the federal Union ( : but does not the declaring that constitution to IJp the supreme I

\V.are well prepared to execute Job ,Work suchas Charitan District ;" and for the sale of the public of ideas sir, in this respect, which i is j!I al respects ? There can be sir.- that gentleman see at once w land, because it also provides that

bi11ctrth. blanks, pamphlets; &.<-., with neat- lands within the district hereby constituted a land quite remarkable: among intelligent gentle I I constitution forbids all none, argument would prove a great deal (too laws made in pursuance oft are also the supreme ;

fen and despatch. All work of this! description, office fhalle cstablished at such most convenient men, and especially professional and ,' which would subject discrimination much ? The constitution no more says that law of the land ; in illustration of "
for place I lie said dish ict as the President of the among 'I one portion of the Union the Constitution itself
except person having yearly accounts with be the that
the office, must be paid for on delivery. I Unite J States may designate. judicial characters. It seems to be taken for I -nearly half the entire number_lo the other I f\t. IliA. J"n,' fl_ .... shal.." .1.. aL.supremc1:0V l_- position, he asserted that if such was the l'
I zrantcd. that the rirfht of trial iurt-. nf'Jinhr.. nnrfinn; nr\nn. ..t. *_. I v '* Vrf ..a. IV "): lit lit lan's case, it would! be to establish
Sec 2. .1nJLf it fiirlfirr n ., ,Pp""art,,,. Thnf_ u_. .fur_. .Ilio. c-- --. JJ'J-- -. I: -- -, .. .J no' n''b''I'H''UIU. I of Congress be the unnecessary 1 1 .
------ ------ --- -- office in the land district hereby created, 3 register as corpus and everything in the constitutionof Sir, I will not dwell upon this I.. 'shal supreme law of custom-house laws in CaUorias this bill
longer. the land.
BY AUTHORITY. and receiver shall be appointed the President, by the United States designed to protect personal am ready to listen, gentlemen [ are both in the same posi. proposes, as ,the custom-hoase laws : ,
-- and with the advice and consent of the Senate, who choose to go tion. This ?onstiution, and the laws of would be extended
liberty, by force of the constitution, i ex- on and show us by what as a matter of course.In .- .
AcU and CcKolutioiis. passed at llir Srroml Session "hal severally give bond and security, according to ended ingenuity they can Congress passed under it, shall be," the I that !
all says reply state .
make to
over according
acquired out their
That impression
before territory. It
cannot my
entering on the duties of Their case. is '
of Ihe Thirtieth Congress.No. t respectiveoffices. a mere assertion constitution the .
: law of the land.
They shall receive the same compensation, be maintained ; that proposition cannot to say that the constitution does not extend to Mr.[ supreme I all the custom-house laws have :localcharacter .
Tees and emoluments, and perform similar du- je maintained at all. How do the i CAIIOU: The laws of Congress and are enacted in reference
Ihal arrive at Prove to
territories. that
AN ACT ( the you i
[ 11] making appropriations! or ies.and propoit ion.- made in its .
the I
revolutionary- and (her pensions of the possess same powers with all other rrp- it t ? Why, sir, by the loosest of all possiblenfercnces. Prove that it does not pursuance provisions.'JIlS'I'ER. ; particular places by name. Am I right in
payment II istersand receivers of land ; that it is incapable \ .
and in well
United ( the the thirtieth ofcers. shal. all It is cxtcnL Very ; I suppose the this impression 1 [SEVERAL
Sates. or >car ending of J rerpecU, be by of asked, is it possible that of being SENATORS.
; United
custom-house .
governed u
June one eight hundred and fifty. I States providing for the talc of the public lands. hose olour fellow.cjtjzens are not entitled to I I hold! the whole course of this debate to be the laws are made in pursuance of Yes."] They, then, from their nature can.
Be if enacted by the Senate and Hormf Rep.'ae7ztatrres constitution. The honorable .
SIc3. .'ld be it further cnacicil. That the Com. he writ of/iabccz.s corpus and trial by jury ?_ j I triumphant this : membe not be extended to California without special
of the L'nited States of .'mt't, ; in upon point. We are put upon does not deny that. If the _
Coiigrcts .'lsrmbl'd. That the following sums be, misMonerof the General Land Oflice shall cause to Yes, sir, it is very possible and very true ; itis higher grounds. It has narrowed the dif because: it is legislation for the purpose.I .
and the Fame arc hereby', appropriated out oi f any be tiat .ferrcd to the land office hereby: created all esactly I so, until the legislation! Congress I ference, and reduced to a the supreme law of the land do not remember whether the senator has .,

money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated such hooks, maps, recoids field flutes:and plats, ortransrripts gives them a form of that takes t I true difference will i single point. The I goes to these territories, then the custom-house made any other objection. I have noticedthem

for the payment of pensions for the jear ending thethirtieth thereof relating to the surveys and entries with it and maintains government I more easily understood laws go with it. Under the same provision, all, I think If I have not I shall
of the these the ,
of June one thousand eight hundred and public lands in this district"as may benecessary I general principles ; by community when it is admitted 'that we the constitution be the law ofthe land. hI
(or the sale of (the of public if shal very glad to be reminded of other for I
fifty : public lands in compliance JcrtJ. Why, the ideas of some can only be ousted by ousting the constitution. The laws also any ,
with the provisions of tins act. Congress, made in pursu. listened to his remarks.
gentlemen attentively
I'orrevolutionary pensions under the act t of the hopes of some persons were Mr. DOUGLAS( obtained the
; March thousand Approved February :20, I 1S.9. floor, but I ance of the constiution, are the law of the I do .
eighteenth of one eight hundred 1 realized, and Cuba were to become a ;a'c'a toMr. not need make out a case. No, sir, ,

and dollars!eighteen, twenty-eight thousand four hundred [No. 14.] AN ACT to-provide for in into ion) of the United States to-morrow, does posoes-any- I WEBSTER. I am to be in land, and no The legislation upon tho subject} is I Inrcessar. the proposition that the constitution of the United *
; sorry
For invalid pensions under various acts, two liun- l'cution. in part the twelfth cart the: trealv I hotly suppose that the, habeas corpus and trial I your way, sir, [to Mr. DOCLLAS) ,] bat I should gentleman's argument: proves I States extends to the territories, as t tar tv l
with Mexico concluded at Guadalupe Ihdaliro. by attaches itself moment a Territory is attached to the as it can be applicable to them, i is *o dar lha '
died! and seventy-two thousand( dollars ; jury to Cuba ?? Why an be very glad to have an I : !
For pensions to \\idos'!, under the act ofthe second Cntatjrcz lt it cnaetidby the Senate and Houxc of Jlrprr- more, let me ask ?-and let me ask especially), to the senator from South opportunity Carolina last to reply United States, all the Jaws of Congress, as even the great talent of line senator from Massachusetts !(
of Untied well
of February, one thousand eight hundred and tle SlattsofJnitricain Con- the t speak Is the contitution ofthe United States, himself Mr.
Senator from I The U'unsTEcJ] cannot
South Carolina
ing. honorable
hundred and thirl prrsi; aSs7fh'd. TEat the ( of gentleman: alludes the
forty-eight one \-two thousand following SUU" money to I become govering rule ofmen's conduct, maintain the
; be, same arc heicby,appropriated out any why are they entitled to these rights an more some decisions of the Supreme Court opposite.
c01uI o as affirming and the of because _
money in the treasury not otherwise than to election ) rights men, they are to be It be, indeed doubtful what !
pensions lo widows and orphans, tinder the appropriated our laws and political franchises that the constitution: of the United States the law may particular
for the ofthe land.
act of the twentyfirst ot July one thousand eight purpose of carrying; into execution, in pait : The laws of Congres provisions of the constitution .
-popular franchises: ? Sir, the whole does not extend to the i are or are not .'
the( article of the treats between the United Territories of the United arc to be the law of the I "
hundred and forty-eight, thousand dol h\lfh supreme laud as well extended the territories
twenty-four Mpxico. innr1 and Io.1, 1 l ., f'iAlupo -* j authority. of Con TPSS- nn- tine-.! -cnl.iort-" ;ic tnr States, and he siva_ that___ !", rfY..r,I.- .:,. .? as the constitution. to in many cases.- i
l.r; I I n ." .' Sir. this is a course of But there is entire in
i in that I one reference.
Hidalgo the prised tuI'
second short
day .
Fcbiuary, in the very provision that Congress
For -
half-pay pensions to wi Jon sand orphan, under very extraordinary. reasoning that cannot be maintained. cass .
the of the sixteenth of thousand car of our Lord eighteen hundred and forty-eight : have to make all Mr. which there can be no I refer to
one power needful CALIIOUX.
hl said that it
ac 1Inch. I'
told! of ;
Fur was Suppose sir the Crown
of the and interest of Great Britain those
hundred and twelve payment instalment which rules prohibit from
eight ot the siletnth Congress
\- them
regulations the Territo- but I proyi'ions"hic1
ac will fall due was incredulous of thu fact. should!
under said article, make
the Ihir'tuth and
of April one thousand eight hundred and on t day a conquest- it has made j in
of the United whatever.
in the I IortJ.mne. States.I Mr. WEIWTEK. i any case .
MVteen; in addition to an unexpended balanee re- ofMay vear ol our Lord. eighteen bundled and Well, sir, I can remo'cth many-who ever heard it contended that the them
f the sum of three c.illion I propose, sir, to this j Among I ask the senator whether Congress .
tnaminc: in the trea!ury ( f ele"cl thousand seen seven hundredand lot pursue discussion ? gentleman's incredulity ; for the same constitution of England the
hundred and sixt\-four dollars and (twcnlv thousand dollars ; but I do ask gentlemen who has supreme powerof has the power to make any laws with
ff\-.evcn ccntt, arc in the habit thing been decided in the Supreme Court Parliament because it ,
pa\able t through the Third Autor'l ,ten thousand For payment of the inttalment and intrf which I I of discrimination I ask the honorable senator of the United States for the last of is'the supreme law I respect to religion in the territorieswhich the ', I II
dollars; \\i(al due, under said atticle. on day i from South Carolina thirty years. the land, was extended! over these colonies I constitution expressly forbids ? I also forbid*
For arrearages prior to the first t of July,one thousand in the jear of our Lord. eighteen hUldredand d particularlytostingwsh Mr. BUTLER I a'ked for an instance..v until extended by legislation ? Why, sir, the the establishment of an order :

eight hundred arid iiiteen, under the act of the fitly; the. sum o( three million file hundred and l I. between, thegrcat-_.. fUM principles! *t *r*J idi t that i jX< ki\VJrtfA\i'J7i'fc'jui/fofiy; ; !;; ,; /' : minutes' recol- whole history of (the colonial conaucst nf I _.. _, :_ _nobility..i. __ ., I '
fortv ffiA'i "- : .1 .n rn" r---
first of May thousand eiirhi .. f" :
one >
ty,in addition to an une\penJcd tmu1r. remaining; ] Approved I cbruary)20, 15-?. government of territories, and those principles: Mr.I UITlElt The case of Tauter ? case. The right of government, until a civil many such questions, to al of which there

inthetreasmrj tjf two thousand nine hundred and which, are inherent in our own system at home Mr. TEn. That is one. I am government is provided by Parliament, exists can be but one reply- it cannot. This .

fourteen dollar* and eiehty-nine cents payable [No.act I.3] AN the ACT third t Ie extend ol( March the, eighteen provisions hundred of an I -part and parcel of the authority under whichwe somewhat !surprised his remarks ; for I can' only as a military power, to be enforced class restrictions, then, upon the power of :

through the Third Auditor'* ollice, one thousand aPlro\'cd act, and from which we not at in the honorable senator from South Carolina under Executive authority. be admitted '
dollars and for carrying into ellect t the existing arc liberty tel by military means, I Congress must t( extend to the

SEC. 2.; Jlnd If further enacted That whenever compacts with the States of Alabama and any case to depart. It seems to me that we that in forming:: this judgment upon the I It is subject} to the control of Parliament, territories ; and if they may, why may not 4

any agent for ;paying, pensions shall have a deputy Mississippi with regard. to the five per cent fund may take any part of the constitution of the court ofthe United States, supposing them to and Parliament may make all laws which it i the powers Congress, when applicable, be

or clerk authorized by law said deputy or clerk. and school reservations.ndtenacKd by the Sinole and lloite of Representatives United States that we think applicable to the have come to such a decision, he forms, as I Idan deems necessary and proper to be made ; but !j: also extended ? No good reason can be as.

shall have as said like agent power may to have administer; and all oaths oaths or affirmations or afnrinitions -, tif the United Slain of\1inttica in territory, and enact that i shall be a law of very readily convince him, an equally Unfavorablejudgment a colony never tills under the general dominion signed. -

taken before said cleik or deput' khall be of Congress aKteniWed, That the provisions of An t the territory. I will be, but i will stand of his own repeated acts of the existing English laws until such i Sir I do not deem it necessary to dwell .

like ob1ation. and subject tolikepenalties for falsewe3ing act to amend an act entitled An act tocarrj into effect I, upon the enactment-upon (the authority of the in both houses of Congress. :0lir, (the provision is made. Well, it U exactly in the longer uon)[ the point. I should be happy to

f a if taken before the pen- existing, in the Slates with of Alabama those States and Mississippi with '; the to I act of Congress, and not upon the general authority constitution of the United gentle same strain of political events-it is exactly :I hear any Explanation; from the senator. 1 .

cion agent himself.RODT. c. wi.vrnor, the five per compacts cent:fund and the school regard I I t of the constitution T>f the United States I man argues, extends over the territories. upon[ the basis of the same principles that we i j )Ir. WKBSTER. I will detain the Senate I

Speaker ofthe House of Hepresentativcs. approved March third eighteen rlsel'itiors.1! because it is as clear as daylight that the What parts of them ? How does it get there ? have adopted the constitutional principle thata I! but a single moment, sir. The great

G. M.I DALLAS seven," be, and the same ate hereby e :. constitution of the United makes no Most especially, for a gentleman so distinguished i territory becoming the property of the United : question is this-tho precise question is this. .

Vice )President of the United States to enable the State of Alabama to have thief sears I provision whatever for the gm'crmcnt of the among' the strict constructionists States, or coming to belong to the United Whether a territory, when it remains in (,
from the of this act in which. to make- Iheselections I I
Approved February and 19,President 1s9. of the Senate. passage of land authorized l h.y the preceding acts to t erritories, except that provision which leaves I of the country, 10 maintain that the constitution States by acquisition or cession, remains, as territorial state! is a part ofthe United States ? ,

JAMES K. POLK. which this is an amendment. it t all to the discretion Congress, regarding ( of the United States extends over the territories we have no jut cuhniac; to be taken pOsc..j I maintain that it is not ; and there is not a : \ .

Approved Ftliruary 20, 151 ID. t hem 3 not of the United: States, not a part without showing any clause of theconstitution sion of in the first place by Congress, and I stronger proof of what has been the idea of r

[No,10.] AN ACT authorize the S-cretary of and portion of the United but then be in that than that which -I '
I, States as a ter- any way leading to that result, or to governed exactly as Congress may government respect to 5'
A ACT in addition the entitled
War to maka reparation in for Texas.the killing ofa Cdddo [:o.1i.. Act] !incorporate the Washington lo act, Alexandria ritory owned by the United States and the from which such a result could in any way be prescribe.Mr. i alluded, and which has drawn the honorable 1

boy \olunter troops I Union established! under the constitution.Mr. inferred increases in mind .\ I will be short senator's attention. Now let '
Belt enacted by the Senate and ( Rrpretcntatites and Georgetown Steam Packet Company. my the surpise. very m see hoW ,
of the United Slates lout.' i in I Je il enacted by the Senate and House of Jlrpretentativit CALIIOUX. Mr President, I rise to One idea further, sir, upon that branch of trust decisive, in my reply. The sen that stands. The judicial power ofthe United
Congress tltble. That the sum of five hundred 1 of the United States of America in detain the Senate but fur a few minutes with the sul ect. The constitution of the United ator's first objection is, as I understand it, thatI States is declared by the constitution to be ,- l

of dollars be, in the sme i hereby' not ,otherwise appropriated out-! to Congress incorporate ametnbled.the Washington That the act, Alexand.ia.entitled An and act a view to make a few remarks upon the propo. j I States extend over the territories, and no other show no authority by which the constitutionis rested in one Supreme Court,and in such In.ferior i '.

any money, to enable the treasury Secretary) of War to carry appropriated out \ Georgetown Steam Packet Company,I approved the hit ion advanced by the senator from New Jersey law existing there I beg lo know, sir, extended to the territories. Well, sir, I courts as Congress shall,from time totime; :'\ ,:J'

an agreement made and entered into at Torray.sI third March eighteen hundred and t\twentj-nine be, [Mr. 1)AroN,1] endorsed in fullJY the | how any political government would get on ask the senator if I did not inquire how did ordain and establish. The whole judicial t "

I Trading House, in the State of Texas, thirteenth I and the force same and ctlect hereby for is, extended and continued in senator from New Hampshire, [Plr. .% ,] without any other authority over it (than suchas Congress get any power over the territories? power oftbo United States, therefore, is in : -

September eighteen hundred and fortJ'-ei ht. between \ ful ,commencing with a first further of period of twenty, and partially endorsed by the senator fromMassachusetts is created by the constitution of the United Mr. WEBSTER. By that provision of these courts ; and the constitution declares
R. Neighbors, United States *icial Indian I years day January eighteen -
aent, and S P. II. Bell, the one part and Jose hundrl and foity-nine : J'roeidtd, ncecrtla'CU [Mr. WJHSTEH: ,] that the con. States ? Docs the constitution of the United the constitution which provides that Congress that ** all the judges of these courts shall hold

Maria Col- and )Had-i-hah. Caddo J Indians on'I / Congress may at any time hereafter modify ttitution of the United States does not extend States settle the titles to land ? Docs it settle shall have power to dispose o and their office during good behavior." Well K 1 I

the.other part, to make reparation in money for the or repeal the same. to territories. Now, sir, I am very happy to rights of property Does it ascertain the make al needful rules and regulations respecting then, the gentleman must admit that the legistlation .
2.Ind be it
killinpof a Caddo boy by the volunteer troops in SEC.action depending fw'I.t any rnard.court whatsoever That no suitor in hear (this proposition, for it will have the effect i law marriage 1 Does it fix the relations of territory or other property belonging Congress heretofore has not been altogether '
Texas in the ol eighteen hundred andfortyeight. 1
i summer which the said corporation 'pliutf' defendant to; narrow to a great extent the controversy parent and child, guardian and- ward Not to the United States." in error ; that those territorial courts

Approved Ftbruarj' 19, 1S-W.) shall ajrate or be di-conlinued by reason the expiration between the North and South as regards the one of them, sir. The constitution of the l7 nt.1 Mr. CALHOUN. Then to that extent at do not constitute a part of the judicial power

of the original charter t the said corporation lave question in connection with the territo. ted States establishes what the gentlemancalls least the senator admits that the constitution of the United States-as they certainly do

[No. 11.] AN ACT for authenticating certain respects but the fame as if shall the said continue charter and had be not pro"eculed in; and all ries. It is an implied admission on the part a confederation for certain great purposes extends to the territories, in direct contradiction not ; because the whole judicial power of the ; ,

Sett eno'cled&y the records.Senate and IfoascvfJlejiresentitifetofthe the president and dil.-ton who WCIC in expired office al tthe I of these gentlemen, that if the constitution extends leaving all the great mass of law which ( to the assertion that :It docs not extend to United States has to be vested in one Supreme S

L'niled Klatis of.'ma'ira in Uon- lime it expired, shall continue in oflice under and by to the territories, it will protect the slave I is to govern !society to derive their existence them.Mr. I Court, and in such inferior courts as Congress ;

rest atiemblcd, That it may and shall be Iwfu110[: virtue of this act, until others shall be duly cl.oscn property of the South within their limits. I' from State fountains. That is the just view WEBSTER. To be sure it docs ; shall establish, and the judges of all those ,

the keepers, or persons having the custody in their places. will place it under the shield of the constitution I' of the state of things under the constitution.A .- the power to make laws. courts are to have a life tenure in their offices .

judgments,orders d'-crecs.journals.correspondence,: Approved February 2.l'i49.RESOLUTIONS.) and you can put no other interpretation. State orTeritof.lhat bad no law but suchas Mr. CALIIOUX. The senator says, in ; and we do not give such life tenure,and : '

or anent other or public ill agents documents relating, or to of any the(focign title to govern-lands; upon thc opposition which gentlemen have: it could constitution of the making laws. I answer, not laws in refe.relce never did, to the judges of any territorial

claimed by, or under the United State, on the ap. [No. 1.] A RESOLUTION for tIle appointment' of made to the extension of the constitution over United States, would be entirely without any to the government ofthe territory, but in re courts. That has. gone upon the presutntv.w 4
,.licat ion of the head of any one of the departments, regent* in the.Smithsonian !Institute.Jlemilved i the territories of the United States. Then the State or territorial government. But furi'ior' ) r..n.- I. :. r.-r-w'r .. ..t.I] Uflii_ .-- _j **- I.) *-w | s.*****'f ofthe-** tc. M tnr*
the Solicitor of the Treasury or the Cormi'lioltrIf by the Senate ito lOll( of 7rrttentatires />. simple question! i is, docs the constitution of the sir, the honorable gentleman has been in Congress territory with other property United ritories are not within part .

< the General Land Office, to authcnticatethesaiiic Elf the I'nitfd Slutis .'10 icc in United States extend to the Territories ?- : these thirty years, and is, therefore, conversant States, showing that i regards territory simply States but arc subject to their legislation.But .- ..
under Lu hand and seal,and certify the same to be r Congress .'uC7MI1. That the vacancies i iu the and gives Congress only the where did they get this power ? Why n
of nuch laws, I Wh,8ir, the constitution interprets itself it with evcrysubject. I mean, of course, as property
correct andtruecopie. judgments orders I ;
board of regents of the Fmith! "onian !nlitutiol, of !, it such. Now I ask I have Mated that the constitution it may
decrees, journals correspondence, or (t hrIublic the .uthcrt.!Ian members of Congtrts, be til I pronounces itself to be the h supreme law of E to except) the time when, so much to the advantage power regulating as says P
documents M> filed, or of the same bO recorded c.SI re-appointment of the late ;Incumbents, the land." of( the country, lie has been employed! Ihe senator where does he get the power to make all needful rules and legulations respec-

in said book, may be rend in evidence in &11 le;7 Rufus Clicate of Massachusetts and Gideon Mr. WEBSTER; (in his scat.) What 1 in another branch ofthe He has establish a territorial government, if the constitution ling territories ; and it is on that clause, and '
: government. .
where the titl, to land claimed by or underthe r that the legislation of Con- ,
curt Haw ley of New York.Approved land ? I assisted in the establishment of these territo. extends to territory only to the extent that clause only, -
Unite States may come into question] equally r December 111, 1SI I??. it ? respecting Territories has been conduc-
Mr. CALIIOUX. i iI from time to time-seen regulating as property guess
with originals thereof. "TJ.: land. The: rial! ,
-governments from all
then do legislative fed and it is apparent, our history,
SEC- 2. .lrrd be it further (G4frI, That Ihe Solicitor [No. 2 ] A RESOLUTION) relating the compensation I land belonging to the United States, or (the i them always-assented to them always. Where, you get your ; other was intended for Territorial .

of the Treasury 5hJl cause a .cato be made of persons appointed to deliver the voles territories of the United States as a part of the Now, the honorable gentleman knows that power over territories ? I repeat, boW do that no provision inasmuch it is

cud tlr"'idP f',r his with tuch de'ic art the for President and Vice President of the Unite I land. Not the law of the States on. Congress of the United States have established you extend the authority Congress to the governments, as highly I
hetldent of the United States shall approve; and I Statesi to the President of the Senate.Jlcfofred supreme till the territories, when the existence of Congress probable I think certain-that no acquisition I
copies( of any public do'umenta. records, books orT by the Senate, and House of Ilrpreicntaticit ly ; wherever our Hag goes, wherever our authority principles and provisions respecting the constitution ? Can anyone foreign territory was ever contempla- '

pers, belonging to olln t the fil -e of Ihe said olfire, of tlt United; States of Aweti'* in Congress I goes, the constitution in part-in all I Territories utterly repugnant to the constitution I depends upon the senator said I ted. : .

under the signature of the said Solctor. or. when I asutinblid. That so much of an act entitled I its suitable parts-goes. Why, sir, can we of the United States. I will mention one answer me ? And yet And there is another remarkable :-
the oflice 1al be vacant, signature iiiach I An act making appropriations for the civil and di- have authority beyond the 1 1 I that was alluded to just now by the honorable assigned no reason for it. I assigned again, in :

officer may)' be officiating for the lime let plomat expenses ofgovorntncntfotie* )car ending constlution1 the strongest reason-that if the constitution docs stance. The honorable gentleman, and his .
accompanied by an impress of the said seal, ,! the thirtieth day of June one thousand eight )hundred : put the question to the gentleman senator from New lamphire-tbat con. extend there, have no right to legis. friends who act with him on these subjects,

(Competent evidence in aU cues equally with the and (orl '.nine. and for other furpoes. as relates if the constitution dots not go there, how do stitution ofthe Unied Sltes provides for the not you hold that the power of internal improvements n

original records, documents,books, or papers. to compensation to be appointed we go there ? Are not we subject to the con United States an independent judiciary. Every late there. that the constitution within the United States does not belong to -
$ :.3. be it further enacted. That al book. by the electors of any State. to deliver lo stitution ? Is not (the existence of Congress I judge of every court of the United States His next points isconfined
tapets, dOUlfnt..t and records in the lay, the President of Ihe Senate .list of the votes for the II commission and his oflice the exclusively to the States, and he was Congress. They deny that we can pass a & ,.
ent constitution ? Would I holds his
and President and Vice President be and the is iself depen upon upon laid down for Internal in ofthe
Treasur) and Post Oflice Departments same I surprised to hear from me the rule I law improvements any
lumpy General's office, may be copied and certified I hierebv.repealed ; and t that I the ine sengets appointed I not be annihilated with the constitution ?- tenure of'good behavior. No judge. any the subject. He stated that the constitution States ofthe Union, while they all admit that
under seat in the manner as those in (the Stale under the operation of t the clause hereby repealed I And shall we, the creature of the constitution, one of the Territories which the honorable upon out ofa State into Territory
urt itself it the moment we a i"
ofitsclfcaunot cxcute requires go
Apartment may now by Uw he, and with the same who bore or may )heneiifterdclnvcrthe votcsrasl. in:I pretend that we have an authority beyond t tue senator I ha himself contributed to establish I ; '
election of hundred and the I never asserted that the we may make just as many improvements ,
'wee and General hall I the eighteen
effect.and the said Attorney presidential reach of the constitution ? Sir, I was told u ever held his office euch a (tenure. He: government.
cauie a seal to be made and provided for his other, fllly.c:1. .hal bq entitled demand and receive holds it constitution could execute itself without a gov as we choose. There is not a gentleman -
"nh such device .tile )Piesideut of tine United I I te, : mCunt t that t they would have been entitled I few days since, that the Supreme Court of the holds it for a term of years, or remova.ble ernment. It can no more execute itself with on that side of the chamber who has not, a
had approved August Iwclth.onc thou- United Stales had made a decision that the( at Executive di crtion.
Stite IhaUrrruve. beyond and voted of the
tl"ad in the States without a than time again, public money out
'rRono.:: February 22, 15 1Q.l .and ti and fortJ'oigh not pasted. constitution did not extend (to the territories but t Mr. VA YTO How u it about.Wiscon- government It for internal out
Approved January G, 1. the States without a government. public treasury improvements
[No. AN ACT by act of Con .cu. I incredulous, and I human to support it every of the Union, and in Territories ; but does
121] granting live jears'Iulf pay' l lwrtairi tn that tribunal "Vlr. WEBSTER. I do not know particularly icquires agency
widows and orphans of o'llicera, 11-om. [No. 3.] A RESOLUTION to defray the expenses am incredulous, any pretend remember where. I nothing as to that. not that prove, that in the conception ofgentlemen -
but I say
thislone officers musiciuu, and private, both of certain Chippewa Indians and I heir interpreter.Jleiolttedby ing to have a knowledge of our sj stem of gov. about Wisconsin! very His next objection is that all the provisionsof they are not parts ol the Union ? .
the Senate and Haute Gcu. Jackson turned out tie judgeiUI
of such
should well that
lleprcien- a monstrous
'o eminent ( announce
'luuI untefr. the the illustrations
constitution do not extend to territories Sir, there is no end to
enacted by the Senate and house nf Rep latitetofthe United State oj'America in Congrettastembled absurdity. Such a d that would be ) in Michigan, which was pretty near .%'is. ;
"'fllaftt of the United Italt ofJImirica inattetnbled That the sum of six lhou.and dolan be, i csion. a I for i it consin. [Laughter.:] The I tenures wore all ; and ho mentions the cases of judges. which may be brought upon ths subject ; his. .f

Vflgres That provisions of the and the same i* hereby, appropriate out any a significant omen. Ir, one say Now, sir, how did we I Ho says judges are appointed for a term of tory is full of them : history i* uniform in its

,*onj uttion of the| act futitet" An act mend rv in the treasury not otherwise appropriated for ought not, and never can prc\.ai. The territoiies for a term ofyears. ? in the territories, and the constitution course. It began with the case of Louisiana.It ,
S th.att entitled half thepuiposeof defraying U.e. of acerlai.delegation .I belong to us. They are ours, reprecitatives I' govern Louisiana before it as.a State years become ofthe
: Al gianting pay lo t\lEltel a : requires that judges of tIe Supreme and inferior went on after Florida a part
I ow. of Chippewa inlcrptcIrr of the Union. 'Wo Did) the writ habeas corpus exist in '
ndorpli4n, nherc thel hut-binds and fahavt Ildlan of the States and in ali casts under all circurn- .-
'I th died of wound. Tlrl\'cd\ in .h.> 11I1rI I ?n comi? to Washington city upon' fro-inm (f arc the rrpirscntativci of the States of this iana before its territorial ;government 1 Did courts h:1 hold their tenure during good Union ; ,

tl' >I l tin I DII..I "II'! HI' i' 1t fji 0 Sl l j 'hti> tribe wi'h 'he 'government' ef 'W Otcd Satc t I'



=. -------- L. _.__r _2 : .z. ._ _-_ .
____ .... ------.---- --- --- or no rroscriptlon' I tend the regular preaching I
____'- -- -'-:-::. ----- -" --- Proscription to-day. desig i
[;... ... If : --4.4-- :w.-_ _.________-_____ _- --.--- -- _. &-- JOURNAL." U ruit\" by it. Notwithstanding the expenses Gen Taylor says in his InauguralI shall lo write, a soon at possible to the A. II. li8.
PRESIDENT TAYLOR'SIL&UGURAL THE caused in vindicating our rights Society for more ministers three
nnccs, by c\"t'rJ proceeding of Congress up. and debt : make honesty, capacity: and fidelity, indlspen- lon ; or four
---- wanted and also "
and all judicature' upon the ADDRESS. -- -- national honor against Mexico, the finances. of office and : teachers.
c n ,the subject by A. E. siAXtvni & R. n. HILTON sable to the 'bestowal ,
subject, it has been held! that he territoriel 1 fly Telegraph to lh" Charleston Courier. triTOHB A'fD PROPRIETORS."Saturday ofthe government are in the most satisfactory: absence requisites either ofthese qualities shall b The same Reverend gentleman MJS i ia

belonging to the I'niied Slater were to >enoxernedV Elected I by tho American people to the --- -- -- condition. The Treasury meets its obliga- the for removalThis 'another place, he spent three months at the
; a constitution of their own ; highest office! known to our laws, I appear March' 17, 1849. the of measures deemed sufficient cause mines I digging gold," where Be had Lecn
and system
the log. lions, present if those who xvorlc
constitution, and
of that the Con. -
------ all enough,
in the approving the oath prescribed by is
here take -- ---- proper
to -
-- --- for successful
-- the I '
of means moderately
having obtained
was not necessarily: confined with time hon promises punctual provision the doctrine or .
a will
illation Congress fciituiion. and in compliance Ts.ylor's Inntignrnl.; at the helm for him permit
to those principle which bind it when ored custom, to address those who are now To it is short and sweetwould be speedily liquidating' the public debt. Thus thus announced to be carried out in good faith ly $2,000 ;i" and in the way of trading he
I UnitedRtatulhemseh'ea.
for the
it i ii ciercued in passing laws mblf>11. The confidence and respect all nations prosperous add:
> !
a\sf this document provided, at pe:1ce'filb of on this
I take leaxe of good whig comment on there xvill bo nothing to complain
But' fir, in callinsj me tn very I abroad it "I took flour onions
shown ,
by my countrymen I and honored blarf.
comment at home<< respected up drgooe. ( :
what sweet, whig has been suggested to us, ,
but in ;
hold- respect
the subject. be the Chief"Magistrate of the Republic, exceedingly score. kefs and calicoes,) &c., for ., Flour
Mr. CAL1IOUN The senator has undertaken ing a high rank among: the nations of the says naught, further than to dwell trpon some must strike every unbiassed man as there may be another difficulty in the matter sold readily! for 81 50 per lb., 8300 bbh tr'

to reply to my answer b/ maintaining the U.- earth has inspired me with feelings of the vague hope of the return of the happy days of strange tbat even party men should persist those unfortunate gentlemen who happen to It cost us 4 cents a pound. Onion3 per brought

that the territories form no that part all of the cr- most profound gratitude ; but when I reflect our infant Republic. It deals ia generalities in damning his Administration as extremely be turned out of office, may do nothing less 64 cents a pound, blankets 8100 each, &c.
office which! theirpartiality
nhed ritorial States.pmst'silionsihat I Iliad supposed we )have were within that the acceptance has bestowed or],tIle imposes! the discharge which give very slight} ifany, indication of bad and unprofitable. In what res. than consider it direct impeachment of their If father's flouring mill wa, here, Be conH

the limit of the United.:! States, and constituted of the most arduous duties and involves the the policy! he intends to pursue. The people' pct is tbe country suffering I Wherein has character, and, consequently, might feel called easily make 84- or the$ ,000 a year from It.-
Flour at mines
a part. wcightest obligations, I am conscious that the I are as much in the dark; as ever in reference Djllcv: wrought mischief and evil, .? Bad." anddangerous .._1 upon to respond in an .affair honor." Being per bbJ.was loI e sold brown as high for as 83 8400
WEBSTER.cvcr I I have been called on to fill, scatter their pesuienuai per
Mr. which measures
!becomes wiser on
constitution ex. position (lo his measures-nobody earnest friends of peace, we would advise pound. Every thing i i. as high there ai in

Mr.! C.U declares 1I0UTbe they belong to the United though sufficient to satisfy fearful the loftiest ambi- this score from reading the Inaugural.It fruits around them, but never yet did they increase all such to note that Old! Zack, while declaring proportion to the plentifulness of gold. :

press/ tion, is Surrounded by responsibilities.: little Ihltould not be said (the growing greatness of a country, or Since October I have resumed
contains "
States. however in the performance of mynew very that the absence" of" honesty, capacity, surveying
That i ill a different Happily, what I sustain its prosperity. It seems idle, then, business for the winter, ant! am engaged in a
very President matter
WEBSTER. duties 1 shall not be without able cooperation. by) any incoming no ani fi'jQlity"willbe-sutTicient cause for removal -
thin A colony ol Great Britain belongs to and Judicial branches with and againracts\ opon to view gs*, the noonday job 290 miles from this place whicj,.si-ihl occupy
The Legislative might! be his party or prhciples ;; though eocill&t! say there are no other causes: mo a month or two and six
England.Mr. ofthe Government prescnj prominent examples this difference that oher would be apt to sun, to characterize Mr.I Polk's! adminis. get me or
belong to the any xvhich he remove' an officer ; and in seven hundred dollars.
CALIIOUN. they and fa
distinguished ciiil attainments of harsh and bitter reproach. \t'i
have exclusive au. add something by which i could be seen what tration! in terms this has left wide enough to The lesson of : F. Butler
Unitcd States they must national: experience, and it shall be my er.- way a loop-hole Benj. and John
thoritv over them ; and ns his covermnent is I dcavor to call to my assistance in the Executive course he meaut to steer. Except as to his It is hardly! excusable even party let in any cause whatever which a fertile imagination Van Buren, about the "stated preaching of .

the sole repiefcentfltive, of the United States, individuals whose talents, leave the reguhtion of"matters o should so far distort its palpable merits. "
L department: purpose to it. might conjure into play. Be not the Gospel, seems to have been learned to
it of neccwitv' must pOiCCU whatever legi'la-! will furnish Whatever others think, appears
character may
integrity and purity domestic to Congress, xve see nothingto i
be exercised over thc tcrnto.lice. ; polic) offended if your head: should be chopped off- perfection by this Reverend DIvine.R .
live power can for the faithful and honorable that Mr. Polk and his Cabinet have
ample us
guarantees If that Continues as Unmannerly plain
to. body i
It is, then, as belonging to the United performance of the truss: to be committed object useful service to their doubtless, the deed can be explained to your ELIEVED.-'rhe Sentinel
rendered eminently seems to breaths
constitution 11 the Sentinel
the and
under unprofitable as represents
States that we derive has
and innocent
... to their charge.: With such aids, an shown themselves satisfaction. Many an man much freer since
.1.., j. "_. *," "' '- ---- .h. arrnr.- the 30th to have lecn, we country, and therein have reading 0d! Zack's Inaugural .
i lu
UJCUlmu.ti > Congress
; & \o wis1.,1 United purpose p he
the [ of the kept.-
Now, as the constitution creates 1, of the positions they filled, suffered on account company and it thinks the world" xvill
which to execute diligently, impartially, and for the are puzzled to know how the new Presidentcan fully xxorshy high change its
and i.f is the bond Union been i
States, ns ebbt interests uf the the manifold duties and of the confidence reposed in them by the So, also, there have numerous martyrsfor opinion about the cf
makes the United; #tite:. !?, it is manifest that country in'the j rely h with confiJence" upon its doing sake. Too great zeal in an destiny our Republic, af.
the of the United States cannot be tie volt-ed ipon: me discharge of promptly I or well whatever the interests of people. opinion's ) ter hearing the utterance of his peaceful sentiments -
authority ihcse obligations. :My guide will he the Constitution -I _ _ cause, too ardent attachment to some creed,
extended to the territories unless the constitu. i the require.' From our neigh :IWr. Polk.On and xvill conclude that there is somo
I which I this to may in
The .itc view swear day preserve I has often proved' fatal. To be a party-man:
tion extends to them. c.ppo I and defend. For the interpolation: of I bor's account, it xvould! seem ,that Old Zack! his way home L the Southern route rule chance yet for our government to keep kicking. .
that the I protect I ) where no-party" men might
would! be absurd it
ns presupposes j Constitution I shall look to the decisions his his Hon. H. J. Walker country "True,h is careful to the '
government oftbe United Sate;: could' legi*. t that will have to pin faith to some other sleeve i I accompanied by family, be deemed a C absence" of" fidelity," promise highest

late over territory which does not t belong to I of the judicial tribunals established; by its au.I than congress, if he designs to accomplishmuch I and ether distinguished gentlemen, the grievous all these circumstances condition of efficiency" in the .\rmyand
who ? ,
the United States. I tbnritx', and to the practiceofihe_ Government. : jiood. I Ex.Prcsident meets with the hearty reception, kno..s Navy, but, of courf.be will never xufcr anymore
under the eulierPresidents, who had so would counsel our friends not to take too ---!- --J
we I Imm'b
The senator hn: again aUuded (to the courts j jof large a share in its formation. To the example due as well: to his great merits as a publicman of the sum fighting, being himself eminently a hero
of the i. heart the consideration
the United States in illustration to
po THE C.\BIXET.-\S and
of these illustrious patriots I shall always finally arranged, and his estimable virtues as American of peace. Europe and our neighbor must
taken in
tion which he bn: taken. He : cause for removal.
this respect substantially the sam ground ;. refer with deference, and especially to his confirmed 1 by the senate: the folowing: are citizen, r.s to the high position: which he so cent have been terribly alarmed for the safety of

he" example who was by so many titles the Father I' the gentlemen whom President Taylor has of the I Court the United States while
which! he did when was previously! up: } ably filled. Large concourses people Tie Supreme Mr. Polk held forth

and I am content with the answer which I of his Country. To command the army around him for his Cabinet : principal cities of Virginia, through which he .Adjourned yesterday, after a long and laborious and it is fortunae! for their nerves that a
the United States-with the advice
made in reply to it when la&t tip, without undertaking and Mr. JOHN M. CLAYTON, ofD hware, to be session. It seems to be universally
turned to testify their fur has risen in the nick ofime
to cornbit it with any ctlivr. In J and"consent of the Senate to make treaties -I passed, respect conceded that much credit is due the Court peace-man just to

order to show that there is a difference between : and to appoint ambassadors and other i i Secretary: .- State. him. and at Richmond he was honored by a for the patient hearing and diligent investigation check the headlong downward tendency of

the poncr of Congress in the Slates!'! officers-to give to Congress information of I Mr. WILLI.I.. MEREDITH, of Pennsxlvania fine reception by the General Assembly of'i of the causes before them, many of which i things. Well, its good to be comforted once

and in the Territories, he has referred'; to the j jtubject I 1! the state of the Union and recommend such to be Secretary of the Treasury.Mr. the State. ..\t Wilmington, Charleston, Savannah were not only nice and difficult questions, but in a man's life.

internal improvements' and asserted measures as he shall: judge to be necpsry-I :\ WILLIVM BALLARU PRESTOX, of Virginia and Macon, he was greeted by simi- were ofthe first impression, arising upon the I
of this i and to take care that the laws ) : I and construction of local) statutes in A '' PATENT.-A benevolent and
that there is not a body 1 to be Secretary of the Navy.Mr. and authori- exposition .Ut"\BLE
of the :
lar enthusiasm
however opposed to internal: improvements ;;. fully) executed--these are the most important -II people city which little, if indeed any, aid can be afforded I ingenious citizen has taken out a patent, by
:\ GEORGK \V. CinwKouur!
within the States!: who hesitated; to vote for (;. functiuns intrusted to the President by Georgia ties. He acknowledges such testimonies of by previous rulings and decisions, and which which hi can undoubtedly make a very large

internal improvements in the Tcnitoiies. I II 1!i the Constitution, and it may be expected that I to be Secretary of War. public regard in feeling and eloquent! lan were rendered more important from the magnitude fortune. The patent of a boot with n spring

cdmit there i is a great: difference as to the ':: I shall briefly indicate the principles which I II :Mr.\ THOMAS EWING, of Ohio, to be Secretary guage. I I. of tho rights of the public, and of the heel, which the wearer to jump

power Congress in J legislating: within tie j I will control mo in their execution. Chosen : of the Home Department. Walker for his excellent parties: involved in the decisions. We are across an width of street, at one bound l lis It ,
Mr. so distinguished )
States! and within: the Territories. The fon. j'i i by the body of the people, under the assur- !!: ;Mr.\ JACOB COLLIMEK, of Vermont, to be of the does not much pleased to hear expressions of increasing intende to be used American cities where "

ator is surely mistaken in asserting that while : ante that my administration would be devotI I Ii 'I management Treasury, j I public con'idonce' in the learning ability and abundant.-Ez.. Paper.It .

miny objected to the oxercite of the power i I I j led to the xvalfare of the whole country, and Postmaster General. I piss: unnoticed in these greetings; but is also integrity ofthe Court, for next to the proper has been suggested to us that if thes"
referred to, none o'gocted! to Us exercise in :f not to the support of any particular: section or I Mr. HC"EnDJOHXSOX, of Maryland, toi honored with marks of esteem and gratitudeto I adjudication of a right, it is ofthe utmost importance boots will enable
I to ditches and
tim" Territories. I, myself although I admit merely local! interest t, I this day renew the deS !i be Attorney General. 'I which his public services eminently entitle I that the parties should have confidence people jump

that this potcrnmciit, considered us a propri-1!S claration I have heretofore raade and proclaim !I They are all! xvhigs of the first water, and, in the tribunal and be satisfied of the other ugly places a good supply of them would

ctor, might contribute to improvements made :; my fixed determination to maintain to theI without douLt, x\ill be satisfied with nothing I him. justice ofthe decision.-Sentinel, 13th. sell freely in this burgh.

through its lands, to the extent they art' ben. I I I extent of my ability the government in its original i These gentlemen retire to private life with That the Court has labored xvell
cfited, deny that \\e hare any more light to !I : purity, and to adopt] as the basis of my I II less' than giving a thorough whig complexion! i the good wishes and fervent blessing of thousands Supreme CCf:; Benj. C. Howard, democrat, of Maryland

appropriate money in Territories than xve I j public policy,those great republican doctrines !I j! to the Taylor Administration. Be it so : the I of their countrymen, and will there enjoy and earnestly, we have been, in part, a witness has been appointed by the Governor of

have i hi the States. Th* question, however, 1 which constitute the strength of the nation's ex- j! sooner party "hig;cry establishes itself over I I the reflections always awarded to to.; and xve arc glad to s-e that the merits that State, to fill the unexpired Senatorial term

of for internal improve.ments 1: istcnce. ]In reference to the Army and Navy |I pleasant of this body meet with a rowing appreciation .
appropriating money I the country), tie sooaer xvill (the people! see the faithful and service.Important of Reverdy Johnson, who is now U. S. Attorney .
with much distinction inactive I patriotic ,
turns the interpretation of the lately employed so hitherto to '
upon necessity reinstating: the rule democracy. ( in quarters not disposed accord General.
provision in the counitution! relative to !lajing II service, care shall be taken to ensure confiJence. The
--- -- it
taxes appropriating money, and of course the highest efficiency, and in furtherance of The RetirIng Adniiimtrafioii. Probably the most important Decsion.decision of our to any very great circuits Accounts from the 1st iaels.CIAGRES .
--1_ that the military and naval school, sus- Judges have returned to their respective
m- 4>jrov! /hflerent: catecory.! But \ object,
take a much more restrictive view of the pow. ce1\"e'the specTai ,atfoiuofi/uT-rne-r.j?i'iliiret Cfnillmt No four ttif years< administration..__!'..i .i of. .our. Gov. I I Supreme Court since (the present organization, where we hope their efforts to "do jus.i 14tb Feb., 1B.q.
r *wc. .
rr of internal improvements in Territories !; As an American freeman, I sympathise in all T !__ .L_ ___ Ar . --- __. .... ', mav lift ** universally .We lef tbe dock at New York as you ar"
events, or more successful statesmanship, than Union Bank Florida ParTihUVs Admin. I.* ... .' let
than I do, and who believe them to be unconstitutional i! efforts to extend the blessings of civil I and political i of vs. conceded" to deserve the approbation of .11 mat. ana, a.I prt sun"J9
the presidential term which has just closed! the islratt.rs. writs you have' full particulars! ol:our trip by the f
; was brought j.
on cross
in all but the up
: cue* liberty, at same time, warned I I I the public, and where we are sure there will abel" from Havana
Upon review <<<.>f this discns ion, I feel thatI I I, by the admonitions of history, and the voice political career James K. Polk. Though of error, and involved many of those legal be no lack confidence in their integrity.- ham little to on that'or: Charleston, I shall I

am justified in: that the 1 of our own beloved WASHINGTON shall abstain sneered in the I say score.
asserting: proposi. I at beginning as unknown and questions connected with the rights and powers I Sbe struck the bar
'! I Their labors arc not light or His lion- on at Savannah, bet, as
tion that the conbtitution does not extend to the from alliance with easy.
entangling Foreign unfit for so high a station, such mNjudged con. of the Bank, which. have given; rise to so we without:
I any damage.
Territories is so utterly indefensible, that all i! Nations. J In all disputes between conflicting I 'or of this circuit had to leave the Supreme I
demnation was not more signally rebuked by i much These questions are There has been sickness on board of serious
the ingenuity and powers of( the senator. has j Governments! it is our interest, not less than i itigtil' now Court in session near two weeks ago, to com- character -"
not been able to maintain it, or render it even : our duty, to remain strictly neutral, while ourGeographical the voice of the American people in his election put at rest, and it is to be hoped that the better I his Terms and the others will t[I this since we left New York, and
mcnce Spring !!
I I ; morning are well and
llau, ilJte. I position, the genius of our institutions than it has: been Ly the wisdom and success state of things predicted by the friends of the al are landing by

I conclude by adding as a sum f"tal of the ; and our people, tlu.;; :advancing spirit I of his policy. The conduct of his oppo. I Bank in consequence of this decision in its favor [I soon be engaged on (theirs also. The wear and installments thence going the ashore in tIle 'Orus,"
that the South be and tear" of such a must be immense. up Chagresto to within 12 miles
argument, cannot deprived i of civilization, and above all the dictates of system .
nents towards him long removed' the be realize!] We the (
ago clip {following Gorgona, xvberc
ol the. the claims in the. Territories may are pro"ided.as .
;: righ's << I religion, direct us to the cultivation of I
without being deprived ofthe protection which I ful and friendly relations with all other peace pow taunt insignificance with wInch they first note of the decision from t the Sentinel, as furnished oz:7- The (eorgian brings us the joint ad. ( per contract) to land all our passengers

the constitution throws about her. ers. It is to be hoped that no international assailed: him. Xo President has been pur. to it by a distinguished member of dressolMesars. Howell Cobb, Linn Boyd, B. at Gorgona, and (thence by mules to Panama.

I question can now arise which a government, sued with more constant and bitter virulence. the bar:" L. Clark, and John II. Lumpkin, four Demo. One brig arrived' here this evening full of
and two three others
The Xapolcon Triumph.' It is even true confident in its own strength anJ resolved to Every act of his Administration was virtually The Court holds that the bank: has a lien cratic members Congress from the South, expected passengers, beside tbe or'Crescent are "hourly

that the family of Napoleon-feaied, cast: out, I protect its own just rights, may not settle by prejudged to be wrong and ruinous. It was on the property specified in the stock mort. to their constituents, in which they explain hourly looked for. City, also

discredited be.written, scandalized, exiled, ad. wise ncgociation ; and it becomes a government for loans, under the 20h: section of the
his fate to have every' step he took denounced gage their reasons for refusing to sign the Southern Those by the two steamer?,-the ( sari
mired, doubted, powerless again in the like our own, founded on the morality, charter, ordinarily termed stock loans and vessels, and the ou
ascendant. and the intelligence of its citizens, and up with unparallelled fierceness. Thus it ever that on dcf.\llt of the shareholder to ;renew I Address. They object to it, that, out of too days in waiting two at Panama hundred already some

It is as true as anything can be true that held by their affections, to exhaust every effort is with truly'great public men ; but one has j his stock and pay up the Interest, the great delicacy for the feeling southern whigs, i near we can estimate, about, will make a

Louis Xapolcon-tijc pitiful prisoner of Hani, ; I at honorable diplomacy, before appealing 1 I only to take a rapid survey of his Admi.nistra.1 j bank may sue him for retur of the sum lent I it was not made full enough in throwing the From a which deduct complement for 1400-

the wiitcrof second-iale books which nobody j to arms. J lit the conduct our foreign relations, I and interest due and relieved the "
tion, to see how misplaced has been this con- having Territory I responsibility of the evils of anti.s!a\ery aggression Oregon, and the only two sail
read ; the loiterer at Almack's! whom people I shall conform to these iews, as I believe ; II by surrender and cancellation of vessels
tinned and vehement denunciation.In an the conduct of the northern reported at Panama
pointed at ; the victim of a Strasburg traitor. them essential to the best interests and the, amount Territorial bonds equal: to the a. I upon pas.
ism, too small to kill ; the {forlorn( hope of true honor of (the country./ The nppointing I our foreign relations, he found the Government I mount of the mortgage may proceed to cxe- wing of the whig party ; and that it fulled to nger .150

Punch's wood.cut wit ; the Peikin Warbeck power rested in the President, imposes deli. I. burthened with two serious disputes, cuto (the property. The Court also holds, do justice to those northern democrats who -

of the times-is Ruler! of the Republic of cate and onerous duties. So far as it is possible -I one with England about Oregon, the other that, in loans under the 20th section: of the have: stood by the South in resisting the move. And we have about one thousand 930

France I to be informed, I shall make honesty, with \ and charter, the giving a bond or obligation for persons on
Mexico. His bold determination re. ments of aboltion its. They adduce the instance heavy expenses, their for .
And he has disappointed the world in beginning capacity, and fidelity, indispcnsible requisitions payment of the and the trusting opes a p:
have both these be settled money payment or of the sage as best they can
caused !
to ( 21st t which
energy was passed: by get.
well ; be has done well in subscribing to the bestowal of offices and tho absence -; deduction of interest in advance, is a condi. I No reasonable

to the Republic ; well, in swearing to the of either of these qualities shall be ; with advantage to the country, and with the I tion precedent to obtaining: the loan ; and the the aid of northern democrats, and never* rc. who is not ticketed man through can to advise risk the any chan.one

Constitution ; well, in welcoming: his opponents deemed sufficient cause for removal. It shall highest honor to our national character. Eng. omission to renew the obligation, and pay the ceix-ed the vote of a single northern whig.. ces now offering.

and well, in choosing a Ministry that be my study/ to recomrr.cnd such constitutional land agreed to terms in reference to Oregonshe interest in advance for the new term of credit, They say also that the Address is silent about 'The season is now and
should represent, not himself but the country. ) measures to Congress as may be necessary defeats the loan, and the bank for thinks getting no
sue one of the
however would never before consent to ; and Mexico the startling influence which the election of! route, the Gorgon
Still it is a Napoleon triumph ; and ;proper, to secure encouragement and and recover back the sum loaned, ic." I
being dry and
the little doort hat enters thccoumn: of the Place protection to the great interests of agriculture, was forced) to repair the injustice and injury Millard Fillmore ha had in emboldening the Under passably circumstances good.

Vendome, is hung all over with garlands! ;- commerce and manufactures improve our she had done to our citizens, and to repent GEN SHIELDS.-This gentleman, who acquired fanatical agitation, and in this: defers too much coming any to take but 100 advise passen.
to 200
Jerome is Governor of the Invalidos ; :\tpo.1: rivers and harbors-to provide for the speedy her aggression upon our soil. Questions splendid distinction a a hero in the to the sensibilities of the southern whigs who baggage, and have it in not more than pounds

Icon Bonaparte is Minister to the Court :St.; extinguishment of the public debt-to enforcea of long standing, and the occasions of angry Mexican war, and who was recently electedover helped to elevate him. Considering that the packages. t\\f
James: and at the fete Sunday; the cries of strict the of all officers -
Eire Jit ; accountability on part disputes, as well as difficult questions of more Mr. Breese for U. S. Senator from Illinois movement was above all parly considerations, There are only half as many mules up tbe
Rcpultlige! were drowned in I the! of the and the utmost
IinCJUl'llt ul. s'ur-.. .....v.o.. ..OJ,.... r4L.- -.../ In ail JJUlMll government' CAJiciiCllUICa. I>ut it econ-ia A.. recent origin, have thus been forever closed. has permitted himself to enter upon avery they think it should not have stopped short of river as are necessary to meet the demand

ten to the Courier.. the xvibdom of Congress itself, in which all Whatever may: be said or done, it will be impossible undignified correspondence with the latter the whole truth out of any tenderness for the and Isthmus it costs" about fifty dollars to cross the

----- Legislative powers are vested by the Consti. to deprive Mr.\ Polk of the chief and ( which docs him no credit. He alhgcs party feelings of any set of men. The andat least two daJs to go.
Major Hade's Sword.Itaflj.j! us heart tution, to regulate:;: these and other matters of charge for every package besides one
fell pleasure: to announce the probable} recove. domestic policy. I shall look with confidence most honorable share In the accomplishment that Mr. Breese used improper means in tryIng They urge that scruples on these points trunk is one dollar (to Gorgona, and thence to

ry of Major Dado's: Sword,.a noble relic ofa to the enlightened patriotism of that body, to of theso happy results. DC'sidng and strivingfor to defeat hii election, which Mr. Brecsedenics were particularly unnecessary, after it was as. Panama five dollars for 100 Jbs., and ten dollars .

most noble and gallant officer, who with almost ). adopt such measures of conciliation as may peace, he let had the courage to boldly construingShields'strange letter to himas ccrtained that southern whigs were disposed to for mule for riding, and those who succeed .

his entire command, fell a victim to sav-\: harmonize conflicting/ interests and tend to asiert tho rights of our country' regardless a threat assasination ; which, in turn, is withdraw from the meeting without givingit us will be lucky if they" get off with heavier .

ago ferocity in Florida. perpetuate that Union which should, be tho alike of foreign threats and of home complaint also denied, and explained as a threat of exposure their full sanction. Their address is ably There charges.is no sickness in
Soon after the horrible massacre ofDade'scommand paramount object of our hopes and affections Chagrcs excepting
this sword was found by a soldier and in any action calculated to promote an and opposition ; and the result has: nobly that would be a" moral pillory" for drawn up, and presents their views with great a few cases of ague and fever, arising chiefly

in Florida the heart justified his course. the cx-scnator. force. out of sudden changes of climate and
where it bad probably been lost by object so near of every one who care

the Indians and was purchased by the late truly loves his country I will zealously unite If the Mexican war, forced upon us as it The doubt which has been raised as to Gen. lessness. in diet, etc.
James T. : of this with the, co-ordinate: branches of the Shields' RELIGION A.VD GOLD.-A letter from Kcv. A committee of txvo, from the afier-fbrxvard
I Gray, Esq. city, who shortly Government. was by the mad folly of the enemy, has cost eligibility to the senate, on the allegation .

previous lo his deuth gave: it to Col.) G. II. r In conclusion, I congratulate ycu, money, that money has been amply replacedby that ho is not a citizen of the United C. Lyman to a New England friend, dated all and steerage cabins, made arrangements for

Talcott, to be restored to the widow of its unfortunate my fellow-citizens, upon the high stato of pros. States the occasion of San Francisco, California, gives the following our passengers or we should have L. '
tic was
owner. Much credit is due to Col. perity to which the goodness of Divine Providence indemnity in rich territory which xvohave an Interesting de. greater difficulty. Capt. Goldsboroagb! of the

_ Talcott for his persevering efforts to identify has conducted our common country.Let received-if unhappily, it has cost blood, bate in that body on the 6th inst. The result account religious matters in that region : U. S. N., presided at a meeting out of which

this valuable relic, and to obtain it for her who us invoke a continuance of the same pro it was patriot blood, which will ever rise as was a reference of tho matter to a Committeefor But gold does not quite absorb everything grew our arrangements, which will make us

will treasure it with a melancholy fondness tecting care which has led us from small beginnings incense to the glory of our Republic. Its investigation, and, at our latest dates, it here. The people of this new town have just a comfortable crossing.

which she alone can feel-Aug. Chronicle to the eminence we this day occupy and had not been further acted on. In the mean. employed a Minister! Rev. T. D. Hunt, of The Oregon has noat rrived at Panama.
Sentinel. prosecution will bo regarded as a Rochester, N. Y., a graduate of Yale, and in haste
4 and let us seek to deserve that continuance time he a \ours, C. A. G.
was admitted to his seat. -
------ by prudence and moderation in our splendid era in our national history ; and it t fair preacher. They subscribed at once a

Curious Particular! in relation lo ..1Iar.riage councils, by well directed attempts to assuagethe cannot be, that he who has borne so much ozr' The appointment of Mr. Hanncgan to salary of 3500. I have been at Church to. The intense ignorance prevailing abroad
-The intervention bitterness day, and have seen nothing that looked so in regard to the United States, its history and
ofa too often blame and abuso
priest or rather makes unavoidable on account of it; will not receive be Minister to Prussia has been confirmed
ecclesiastical by much like Christianity and tho land of government, cannot well illustrated
functionary was not deemed indispensable difficulties opinions, by the pro. the justice due to his large share in its the Senate, and is said that several habits. have also steady very b
whig They Sabbath better than
to a marriage, until the council of, mulgation and practice of just and liberal i a and Sint.ing by an important discovery announced
-: Trent in 1409. The celebrated decree passed principles, and by an enlarged patriotism management.Look Senators will counsel President Taylor not |to School. I return to m)camp, 20 milesout in a biographical sketch of General

in that, session, interdicted any marriage oth. I which shall acknowledge no limits but those also at the domestic policy of his ad. interfere to prevent his filling the mission. to-rnorroxv ; have hands with me, Taylor, contained in one ofthe Paris journals-
wise than in the presence of the priest and of of our own wido-sprcad llcpublic.REMOVAL ministration. It hai been equally successful, is left for him to give the necessary comn one of them cook and camp-keeper. The The writer says oftbe General :-" In 1810

at least two witnesses. But rainy season has not commenced. I came in ,. ho married, and afler trouble
before the time ----- ---------,-- and, on his retiring, leaves the country in a sion. is further stated that Mr. Polk would immediately
of Pope Innocent iii, ((1148,) there I yesterday chiefly to buy stores ; I gave $30 broke out in India. Lieutenant Taylor manifested -
4 solemnization marriage in the church was, but no .-We have moved the Flori. state of progress and prosperity which has not have appointed him at so late an hour of f per bb!. for flour, 14 cents per pound for cornmeal so much intrepidity in quelling them,
the bridegroom came to the bride's house, and of the 4 old Journal stand and Office next to door the first R.corner II. East been rarely, if ever, surpassed. The tariff the term but for the solicitation of such whigs 25 cents for sugar, &c. My regular tbat in ]1812 he was promoted to the rank ot

led her home to Berry's about which his such home, can be said to have is at Pue. Captain, and nominated commander of Fort
to his own, which was all the Auction Room. Tho Room opponents professed as Clayton, Reverdy Johnson, Mangum, and if any,

teremonythen used. Bans were first directed first flour, where our friends Reading arc perfectly on we the!. fearful forebodings, supplies the amplest reve. others. We aro glad to see this liberal ap. bio! de Jose, 50 miles south of this ; when Harrison." According to another of these.
to he there, xve generally have cserciscs articles national convention IS t tu
regular :
published Canon-Walter on a
by in the 3 car come, provided will tako nue, without in the least injuring those interests preciationof his
they not away the a great man by political .
1200. op. I do the main talking, but no. meet at Washington in February next to proclaim

papen. which, it was said, were exposed to utter ponc nil. thing has been so delightful to me as to at- 1 his ejection., Protestant Churchman-?



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-' From- the TTafbington- Union. The people of California are 'now bound tt were subsequently captured_and imprisoned, ny remarkable cures. I did .0. and I belTeve that it GEO. AV. HUTCHINS An Ordinance I

ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS look to themselves. Since the government of but were released on account of'some infor. laved .life; mj cough left me entirely, when I To raise a Revenue for the City of Tallahassee .

THE in our the United States has failed to do its duty bj mality. In the skirmish that took place, one bad taken. singla bottle. I am now enjoying good AUCTIONEER for the Fiscal Year commencing o tAt
Circumstances prevented of our of Sat them, they should promptly provide 0 proris.ional of the Virginians: was shot, the ball entering health. I lever again have a similar' attack or any TALLAHASSEE, FLA day of April, in the year one thousand : .

last paper the prceeding Congress furnish even 01 government for their own protection ;; the mouth and coming out at the side of the of my f.mi1' I shall\ \\ immediately resort to Dr.Wis- REFER TO frs hundred and fortynine.QECTION .

urday. We of to the and If we may dare to advise them, frame a head, carrying away one of his ears. tar' Balsam of Wild Cherry. The physician who "rs. II. BOD, J. W. ARGYLE, D, C. WILLOW:, .
full sketch proceeding IxTtrrO r
this morning: of the State constitution, and submit it to the decision recommended thii Balsam to me, was induced to do l F. H.I FLAGG,T.J.loD and J.T. ARCIEa. 1. nr IT ORT omicCiTT>\ El BY TilT. r TALLAHASSEE ..
the last night ASP COUNCII.
of cither House on see This will out the Jaektontille JVcirs. from his March 10 DAJTT
much less the debates in the Senate.- Congress. course carry From so own personal observation! and experience That the first !eclf of the Revenue Aft 4 4ofthelastyear

lion, but it is impossible the great principle of non-intervention upon The Railroad Across the Peninsula. in using it. One very strongease of cure or dyoong New Goods. be,and th samp is,continued in flJI .
exciting, .
They were deeply last political campaign, occurred in this immediate of which force part of this Ordinance. .
which we fought From the article in the N. Y. man vicinity, a .
to lay them before our readers at this mo following received per Schr. W. R. Pettis, from Srcrios' 2. lIe further Ordained, That thfr *
ment.Ve nubluh a list of the acts which] and which flows directly from the very theorj Herald, we are happy to perceive that the Dr. Homan informed me. JUS York. a few Spring and Summer Goods,viz: shall be le'ie
the session. Having no of our glorious government. ,e dismiss the scheme of the proposed railroad, for the con- EPRAIM SAUNDERS. Light Colored American and English Prints, Ihe fiscal Jeat comrnenciugonthefirst day of Apnl

were passed during the offices of subject, however, for the present, a we shall slruction-of which an act incorporation was Nonegerinine, unless !signed I. BUTTS, on the -Printe Lawns, 1 IS4D: .
opportunity examining public of C Organdies 1st. all Merchants goods, warr .
sufficient hereafter corn -Upon tending
opportunity the ]last session of the General Assembly wrapper/
the during the crowd and confusion of passed at Plaid Ealstor Gingham, and merchandize,a tat of thirty-five rents oh every
the capitol scene of yesterday, we are compelled) to muning with our js not to be allowed to sleep. A 1 fcS-For sale by F. BARNARD Jr.,Druggist,Tallahassee White and Fancy Linen Drill, hundre dollar in value of their stock in trxt nn

this list from ths National' Intelligencer. the' Charleston nury, .March 10. wealthy association of Northern capitalists, I D. LADD,Newport,Floridaand by Drng- Fancy Cassimers, fr day of April! next, a near as the ame can j 4
copy Frcl the advantage which will accrue to gists generally throughoul the United States. Pla'id and Srriped Cotonades. be a! rUined. t
nnd promise with that paper to correct any in TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.I foreseeing Marseilles Vetin!!. .C., venders ft f wares and mer- ':

nccuracicf or supply any omissions in it. AV< ARRIVAL OF TiE AMERICA.: the Gulf trade avoiding the passage around er- WE are authorized and requested to announce Also per Schooner 'Tallahassee" from New Orleans d-UpoJ.l, ( than goo traders.) Rho fJal
the have.taken the matter in hand FAMILY FLOUR-and I have also on hand ol !
the Intel peninsula, businessatterthefirst day April .
remarks commence nfxt.or
also the following the alien. the JAMES E.BROOME candidate for the
I o'clock
At through a
copy ) 11 yesterday, and intend to carry it out in a scheme of magnificcnce lon. : a good lot of family and country Bacon. who hold licenses heretofore i issued which expire
ligcnccr : tion of our correspondent, we were enabled U with the efforts of the great Office of Judge ol Probate for the County of Leon,at GEO. II. MEGINNISS. after the first of April next,a tax of thirty-five centson I
this list it will be tha Americ vying the election first March' 10, IS-tO. 10-3w stock in .
From TH'rcri\'et announce the arrival of the steamer ? on Monday in May next. every hundred dollars in value of their
till the annual appropriation h7tC bcoml< Halifax in the with two.\eek's mail steam companies of the day. termini trade to be estimated and assessed in al cases at ';
at morning road will be the St. 05- WE are authorize and to Notice.1TILL .
of the
laws, though, as we had foreseen, not without later Through the day and evening probably requested announce any time after the commencement of >>usit>(".
conflict as well in the committees of intelgence. with the Marks River and Cedar Keys : Major JOHN BEARD asa candidate for the Office! of be sold at public Auction (lo the higlie t or the expiration of such licence: Provided Such :
severe we several despatches '"V of Tallahassee, on SATURDAY tax shall j assessed before the expiration of the JtPs'
RAILROAD Register of Public Lands of the State of Florida, at bidder in the city >e
conference in the two Houses, in whicl) her but they are all comprised PROPOSED LINE OF STEAMSHIPS AND unless fiscal
a news brought by the election first Monday in May next. the 14th day of April next previously year.
marl excitement and unpleasant feeling wen in tLc following : TO NEW ORLEANS.. ---- disposed of at private sale,the following described 3d-Upon' Auction Sales, and! !aIr! by Commission .
manifested than has perhaps ever before IJtn There arc so railroad and steamship properly, viz: LOTS No. T7, 7S. and 79, Merchants and factors,one per cent upon .
BALTIMORE March 9, 1649. many Lumber Shingles &c. *
in the Northern addition theCily of Tallahassee, I the gross amount of sale.4thUpon
' the close of ion. We d< that it is '
witnessed at a fes from day to day,
Halifax companies!projected tmR: be I all improved and unimproved town
The steamer America arrived at o every description can nbtained at known as the HACKLEY PROPERTY.Also.
LU .
not descend to particulars, which can be buf with two week's later in. really difficult to remember them all. While my Mi. five mil, South Wes of Lake Bradford Lots..No.23,266 207,and 2GS, also in the : lots,a tax of thirty-fife cents on every hundred dollars .
minor and transient interest to our readersIt early this morning examining into one, and speculating on the at per 100 feet. The very kind of pine Northern addition of the City of Tallahassee. ualue thereof. .. .

is perhaps enough to say, that the heals aniJcart.Lurnings telligence from Europe. The following is an benefits which will accrue from it to the country SHINGLES can also bs had at a low price.N. Terms-One third cash, the balance on Ihe first of 5th-Upon every practicing Physician.Dentist t.or : -

ofl ihe evening, the night, and abstract of her news : well to'the stockholders, we are startledby B. Syrup Cypress Barrels made In order. January next, to be secured by a deed of Trust on Attorney and Counselor at Law, one per cent. on I ;;..:
as .
TIlE MARKETS.-Through the early part J. G. PADRICK. the property. Persons disposed to purchase at private every hundred dolars f annual. income. .' .
the morning, were chiefly the fruits(the contest the departure of ) the announcement that another railroad, March 17, IS I 19. 11-41 sale,may apply to Mr. John W. Argyle in Tallahassee Gth-Upon al colored maIn, between Ilie "

between the two houses in relation t tithe < lof the fortnight succeeding or another line of steamships is projected ; ,or to the subscriber in Quincy. ages twenty-one and fitly years, a tax of ten dollars. l :'

several propositions relati\ to the government the Europa, the demand for cotton was most and while in like manner indulging in the re- Notice. THOMAS'AIUNROE.March f

of the provinces lately acquired Iron animated. On the 10th February the ex- suits that will flow from it, up comes another. DURING my alwence from (the Stale. JOHN n 10, 1519.I 10-5w "th-Upon all f.rl colored fetaIbetwtcn the V. .
and less than ages of twenty-one and fity ,a tax of dol
tremendous not sears
Mexico. The geneial appropriation bill wailiarcly I clement was 17tli Thus it is from week to week, and month to L TI will: act a my .agent in any For New York. lars. fe I. .
sold. From 10th to in which I be connected.J.
ness \
scrcd, at the, Jatefet moment, through I 00.000 ( was month, and thus it will be, until the countryis D.GALBRAITH. Clarke 5tl-Upon all ,lie male inhabitants between .i.
: prices on American advanced Jd : Brazil!,, : packet Brig SUWANNF.E, of twenty-one and sixty cars.a poll tax of :
efforts of those and have THE ages
the persevering and patriotic and Surats i a >}d. From the Oil: intersected with railroads, we a March J;, t 5.. 11-2t having the bulk of her cargo engaged, one dollar.tIthiUpon.

gentlemen in both bouses who "(rP not wiliitirrto 1 the same : entire amount of sales was fleet steamships equal to any in the world.'Flue will! sail for the above port with despatch. For al slaves,a tax of seventy-five cen's : '
Ki'hthe and
wheels of the to the ofthis kind that has Spring Clothing. passaceajplv toMcNAUGHT
sec the government stopped latest project come freight or Provided, City Council may exempt from tax .
the nearly 00,000 bales!, of which over 60,001)) New & STIITMAX are now rpceivinj & ORMOND.Newport ation slave under: mental ai- '
(or at least impeded) 1 by withholding to our knowledge is one for bringing I CLARK : any or bodily
Americanand 41,000on speculation. but select assortment ol SPRING March 10, t IS49 10 the of .
supplies to keep them in motion. were Orleans within five days of New York, by i AID or infirmity on application owner
to the 19th the market: relapsed SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a few such slave,or his agent. '
Such was yesterday the complete exhaus Subsequent somewhat inactice state, and prices de- means of a fleet of steamships from New des, such arif Iron, &..c.FULL 10th-Upon al pleasure Carriazes, Bar!uciiff.Buggies I

lion! as. well of the officers of the two houses, i into a the 23d scarcely York to a point on this side of the peninsula ) l>raj to
as of our reporters that it has born impos.i ible .I died Jd, and the sales up the 23J the Florida, and another from a point on ahmeretcs. Marseilles, &c. A ill o kegs Nail, assorted gizes, Stage Coaches, a tax of thirf-fvt on every ..

for us to offer to our readers to-day anything reached :J4,000 bales. On market other side to New Orleans-the two pointsin Suitable to manufacture, and to be disposed of for Just received and for sale byMcXAUGilT hundred dollars value f bertof.

of the : I I was firmer, and the prices were reCO\'fr. be connected railroad across CASH and CASH ONLY,at moderate profits ; and ;ORMO.ND. llth-Upon every Slave pitbliclv exbiIilt for ;. .
like n regular report proceeding from their decline. The quotations foi Florida to by a would cordially invite their friends and customers Newport, March 10, Ib-t'J. 10 sale within the incorporated limits ot :cutya tax S
in cither house during the sitting of Saturday that peninsula. An act of incorporation has oh -- of two dollars.12th .
for Fair 4i{ Mobile, to call and purchase.
therefore will that day were Uplands, who Groceries & all monies loaned at interest, thirtfive
We must content ourselves, been secured by the parties originatedthe T March 17, 1 J549. -Upon %-
.H{ ; Orleans, 5. The sales of the week a. of Florida .lahasce. 1 cents on every hundred dollars so learId cr kept
stating the results of the most important ques scheme fiom the Legislature BAGS RIO COFFEE.

lions left for final decision un that day: as fol. mounted to 30,950 bales. The conditionof and the title of the company which is about to For Sale. 1 ;S do. St. Domingo do. at interest.
That there
I SECTION 3. further t .
districts was nliltl
trade in manufacturing do. White Java do. J
lows : I enter upon this great .cnterprise, isjthe Atlantic A FIS RATE NEGRO MAN, about. twenf '- 2: do. Brown do. do. shall be levied I collected the following License

I. JVo bill teas passed providing a government highly satisfactory. and Gulfltailway Company. The preliminary i years of age-field h"nd-bv Cbls. crushed Suar, taxes :

for either of the tcrritorirx of Air i The market for rladstuf. was dull.Western .- steps have been taken, and the survey S. S. KrGlT. 2=Boxes Loaf do. ls>t-Upon all retailers of spirituous or vinous liquors I I.,
Canal Flour G Gd, Orleans Tallahassee, March 17, 1540. in than one ,a tax ol sixty
1 quart
: Pine Circle, quantities
1 Dos and -
Mexico or California. These measures fel of the route will be made as scon as possible. Gjjhcn Butter, Apple Fupeperi ,

through fiom the inability of the two Iiouseito I (a 27.! market for Racon was brisk. Reel'\ The same company contemplate building G. A. McIntyre, ,(Cudlhh.l.r Family Herrings Flonr, Cider Chocolate, and While, Candies Wine, Sauces Vinegar dollar 2d-Upon Billiard Tables and Bowling Allev*. .
The .
concur in any propositions for (the? purpose, I'' twenty steamships to ply between N. Orleans flOJ [ r Pickles Almonds, Fi2 Table Salt, Sic. tc. or TenpinUe technically so called, used for .,,

At the last moment, however a bill from the dull. and the southern side of the peninsula the returned to this city,where he will remain Received per brig Suwannee, and for sale by hire a tax of fifty dollar -
Consols had declined, and were quoted at HAS 3d-Upon dray or cart, used for hire, a tax:
taken and ''J the Senate, I York and (the northern lime to his for McNAUGHT every
House was up passed one hand: and New a "horf I previous departure &Or ID.
damand of dollars.
and has become a law,fur (extending) the rev 93: ]. United StatcsG'swere in brisk side on the other. At first the communica. Europe. Persons desiring bi>.professional services Newport, March 10, 11 1.. 10 4h eight-Upon every two n fourhorsecagenusedfor .

rnuc lairs of the United Slat s to those tcrrito.lies. at. GKEAT U! prom.RUITAIX.-In the British Parliament I tion will be weekly afterwards semi-weekly, will Tallahassee please apply, March at once.liISW. II-2wAssignee's Tobaccos.FULL hire- a tax ot ten dollars.SthUponeverv .
I of their vessels shall have I hack,or public carriage used for
all :
oflencr ,
I ,
manufactured Tobaccos,just received -
forward supply .
LAUOU.HF.HI had brought hire of dollar, hacks and j
Mr. : A ,a tax eight except carnage
: I II
The bill to establish! the Home and then vessel will leave Sale.
2. Jcpart. been constructed, ( a and for sale byMcNAIGhIT stables.
to livery I
of the BritI I belonging public
; his proposition for a modification :
nicnt has become a law, having passed tle the each port daily. i The Valuable Stock of Goods & ORMOND. Oth-Upon every public Livery Stable tax t.f I"
laws which coasting most .
ish by (
Senate after a arduous, and rather stormy Navigation I The advantages that would .flow from the Newport, March 10, lS4 t. 10 twentv-tive dollars.

debate. ; long \ and valuable depart. : trade in Great Britain, and with her colonies, completion of this enterprise arc. obvious. ilvcr Offered at Auction in and 7lh-Upon every Hanker and PriUar vendinzcowb "'
I will be thrown open to such nations as will I i TALLAHASSEE Gunny Rope. warrs and merchandize, a tax of oneLuncrtddollars. u
mcnt bas thus been :lldt.d to the government.JJ. Mr. BAXCROIT, its understoodwill The, railroad across Florida would obviate a supply just received and for sale by .

:i. The bill fur creating a Territorial ov.rrmnentin : reciprocate. of that character distance of some six hundred miles of the more COMMENCING ON WEDNESDAY, the 2 1st FRESH McNAUGHT &OKMUXD. bth-Upon all 1 DarT Agencies, a tax of sixty dollar
Jllincsota has also beccme a lathe \, : sign a reciprocal I dangerous naiigalion. On the whole of our I at 10 o'clock, A. M.. and continue Newport, March 10, 1MU. 10 '

I House of Representatives i having rccedec on behalf of the United States, should extensive Atlantic coast, there is not a more ,, Irom day to day. Will be sold at Auction at i lh-Upon all! acncie of Insurance Companies, .1. ,
from Its amendment proposing to postpone the(! j'' the* The proposed total! measure number of become cases a bw. in dangerous.port than that in the neighborhood &the. FLAGG well known, the most establishment: extensive of and Messrs best assortedStock Flour, Sugar, Potatoes, &c. a tax of-'Upon\'lft all dollars.10th venders. Lottery Tickets, a tax '

operation of the li to the 10th of this mouth., swelled : of the* terminus of the peninsula of Florida, I Goods ever offered in this market "I f\ EeL. and 10 half BbU. superfine Flour, of twenty-five dollars: And all retailers of spiriton .
and Scotland had to 12,395, I .
4. A bill was passed in reference to th? : England I known as Cape Florida. It is replete with Consisting of IU Whiskey, or vinous liquors a3 aforesaidall keeper of billiard -

next Census directing the heads of some o fi of which (,5-The had French proved fatal.Government haddespatched reefs, rocks, and bars, which are the dread of I. Groceries, Hats, Iron, Ill 5 half RM .Ebls.Vacuum. do. Process" Sugar, tables, or bottling or ten-pin alleys, all keep '
FHANCC. four horse
i ers of every dray or cart, or two or wagon -
the departments and the Attorney)' General t I I engineers to examine and report I all mariners ; and until that cape is safely Dry Goods, Shoes, Nails, .Kegs Butter, or hack or public carriage, used for hire as a-

prepare and report at the next session of Congress ,. discoveries of the I weathered, no coasting vessel can be considered Hardware, Tobacco, Pots, Ovens, 4 Hales Gunny Hags fore aid-all keepers oflivery srables, hawkers ant l

a bill to authorize the taking of the Sev." upon the alleged precious, I safe. In addition to this, there will be 3 Crockery Stone S'arc'ood! Ware, 2 Boxes Oranges, pedlar-, of Banks or Insurance Companies.

nth Census of ihe United Slates." 1., metals, !in California., .L 'l'hiNational I .! Assembly I saving of fully one hundred per cent in the i 50 doz.. very liest Madeira Wine. Received per T.lahas.c.and for sale OR by SD.e''pot and at! venders ot lottery tickets,shan,under penalty -.1.j J
such intense I naauecreeu me cnssoiuuon I.r.1 present r* tf : ( & ( of double the tax in case of failure, before Iheirstveral
\Veliavc witnessed an the mails between .
never in t .
time occupied transporting March 10, K 10
chambers. The new Assembly was to convene -\L5O230 ---- : avocations,callings or business as aforesaid
anxiety, and so extraordinary an excitement, ; about the middle of New York and New Orleans. I now Plows-most approved patterns, -- --- -- may be pursued, and upon the payment of the taxes "
as prevailed in the Capitol through the whole I May. takes ten days to convey them from portto a S'lE TIRJI of S. S. KNIGHT& Co. is i j.t levied aforesaid, obtain a License so to do frcm :
Locis NAPOLEON was increasing in 100 Piec.'s Bagging, all who indebted tn .
popu. ._ be dissolved, are
of Saturday night. Congress was up all night. New York while by the proposed route it the Intendant.to be countersigned by theTr atcrer.
larity. In the Assembly in reply to the interrogatories 20 Scythes!and Cradles, complete, the firm are requested to call and settle immediately and such License shall not be issued for a shorter '
We remained in the Senate chamber until ( of LEDRU ROLLIN, the Ministry will not take more than five. Corn Shcllers, and a general assortment of I and those having claims against it will please period than oneycar. :

o'clock next morning. The adjournment took I intimated their intention. of acknowledgingthe Plantation Utensils. present thorn,:as they wi be paid instantly.March 1 Ith-On all Shows,Circuses,Equestrian or Tlu't t I
about was done for the 1 weeks the S. S. KNIGHT &CO. dollars shall be levied
place seven. Nothing Seed Cane.-Some ago, says lISH. atncal Exhibitions, a tax of five 4
government of California or New Mexico. !IomantGo\trrent, \ithoutapprU'il Raton Rouge Gazette, we publish a commu- : and collected for each exhibition,a license to authorize
before I its or ), tle simc time expressing All sum. unJcr$ 00-Cash. In Chancer. ; which must first be obtained from the Ictcn-
The only' law which wa passed, just its anxiety that the Pope should regain his for. nication from an intelligent planter ofthis parish from S5'J' 00 to $t50 0) payable Jt t Nov. '49'I MIDDLE CIRCUIT FLORIA.IN CAD3- dant, and countersigned by the Treasurer,under a

the adjournment, was one fir extending therevenue Prince, as well as on the subject ofthe rot in the seed cane. Slat t ) 00 and upwards 1st Dec.49. DEN CICUT penalty double the tax herein assessed.l'2th :

laws to those territories. Sanguine mer position as a temporal The The came complaint seems to be general Notes with satisfactory" security to sellers. The Branch of the Bank of the 1 -Upon all itinerant traders, who shall offer" .
Church. Assembly sus-
head of the .
bepes had been entertained that Mr. Walker's I the throughout the State, as far a our information R. II. BERRY, Auctioneer State ot Alabama! Compl't., .' goods, wares or merchandize for sale in this city. \
bill tained this avowal by unanimously passing to I 10, IS 10. 10 there shall be leviedand collected a tax clone hundred .
amendment to the general appropriation extends. The injury threatens to he verysevere Mne t. I, ,
I the order of business. Confidence was \ : and a license so to ell shall first be t .
next C-We tSheriff of Cads- ; !
Benjamin dolls
would have been adopted liy I the House. But arid have doubt 'ihlbe injurious ,
we no
very the Intenddnt as aforesaid under a ,1
gradually French5's were quotedal81f. Notce. den County,and er-ojjicio aJmr. Bill to foreclose ,
the ultra members, with the free soilers at j (;ibc.returning. on next year's crop. About onc-tliird I my temporary eJre from (the State, on the Estate of James Innerar I t' lurt JGe. I!: penalty in case failure so to do,ol a.double tax tl) ,

their head, set themselves against it unless it I ofthe cane is mined ; a red coating running DURING FOOTLS. Sr.,is my duly author ity, dec'd.,John F. Innerarity be imp : d. ., ..
were coupled with some restriction. The' ITALY.revolution. had taken place t through the middle of the cane and reachingnear iztd Agent.{ tranuction of any business in William P. Innerarity, Santiago SECTION .4. Be further OTlanrJ.; That everyDaguerreotyjist '' f;:
Tuscany, the Duke had fled from the which 1 be connected. Lewis W. Minor and betore puruirg uch occupation in *;
and may Innerarity, I
Wilrnot had been tried
on Friday, i ant the has been noticed: ,and in some in.
lto\.iso : Provisional Government had eye \VM. :f FOOTMAN. Heloise Minor, Defendant j jTT this cit ,and every non-resident Dentistberbrepur- .'
failed. Saturday night a motion was country. dances! the eye seems to have lost all symp. Tallahassee, March 10,1S49. 10-3vv suing his profession within the limit of this cify 1 p l
Re .
been i instituted in the Papal tates. BEING MADE TO APPEAR by affidavit ,
made in the House to couple the amendment ; Ti. toms of vitality. This disease in the cane fled shall pay a tax of ten dollars and obtain license
had attained a height I J. in this cause, that John F. Innerarity resides failure refusal ,.
feeling great Notice. from the Intendant and upon or so
all publican ;
with recognising the existing i il well be accounted for. of of Florida wit,in the t
f proviso cannot yond the limits the State to To
On the 10th February the do, shall double the tax above .
laws l of California, &c., with the exception of mv temporary absence from Ihe Sta't State of Alabama ; that William P. Innerarity reside nay a Sf. all .
the peonage. Most unfortunately. this proposition Pope was formally deposed, the entire independence Citing IS IS a C1z.racicr.-W'lmen we look DURING ll. AMES i is"my duly aulhcrizc Agent out ofthe. Middle Circuit of Florida, to wit,in Ordinances SEcrr,5. .13e it of further Ordinance* conflicting. with :: '
or J
parts *
was adopted by the House and sent I of the Government spiritual pow. I back at that profligate year 1348, we see nothing for the Iran-faction of anv" business I be the City of Pena ol:, in the State Florida; that the true intent and meaning of this Ordinance, be v;: Ii
I decreed and and through it. The connected. GEO. O. Mc.MULLIN.Tallahassee Innerarity resides beyond the :limits of the .
back with the bill to the Senate. Then er formally a Republic pro. but flights running fight Santiago and the same are hereby repealed. claimed. .Masseriva had arrived in London of Louts Phillippe, the double flight of ,March 10,1S49. 10-3w State of Florida,to wit. in (the Island of Cuba ; that Passed the Council and approved fhis 2Sth day of f
the in that bodVe cannot ds.1 and Heloise Minor reside
Lewis W. Minor beyond .
struggle from Vienna to settle the of business the of his iron master Mettcr- February! A.D. 1349.THOS.. ,.: I I
nand and
preliminaries ( flight ,
cribe Si ; much less can we do justice to the limits ol the Slate of Forida.lo,in the State J. PERKINS. Inttndant. .. ; .

agitation which reigned during the night in with Lord Palmerston. nich ; the flight of the poor Pope, and the about the Notce.LOS o t, 1S4S Treasury of Virginia : It is That the Attest-CEO. W. HrTcinjis, Clerk. .: ''j
the House of Representatives.: The effort I AUSTKIA.-The I H I Hungarians had whipped} flights ministers, ouvricrs, citizens, and la. No. 442 on Comptroller's- Warrant said named defendants do appear and answer the Lii!I March 3, (IS49. 9-4\r ,. '.
therein within the times
I the Imperialists in several battles. innumerable. Nothing but a in lavor of the complaint filed ,
this additional bor-organisers N'o. 274dated June 26, ISIS,
was made in Senate to reject isuc to them respectively, that is to say-the said JohnF. 1
amendment. Speech after speech followed I SPAIN.-hfI the Cortes the Ministry, in reply rapid succession of flights. Most decidedly undersigned for $y 50. The payment of said Certificate InneiarityLewis W. Minorand Heloise Minor S Tae Notice.

in rapid succession, intermingled with i to a resolution inquiring whether any proi Posterity, when she puts on her spectacles to had never been ordered forewarned to any against other person.trading within the period of four months from rhe date ol THE subs.ribers respectfully request tlieir rHS- 5

Con. i position had been made to the Government for relate the history of our present age, will write I A1 persons are hereby shall for re-issue of said I the first publication of this order; the said William to call and settle their accounts immediately : ,
points of order and motions to adjourn the same, I apply .a
I a P. within the of two months and as they have engagements at rhe North :' J
the sale cession of Cuba, replied that there down the Anno Domini, 1813astheJ// G. Innerarity period
grcss without delay.! About: o'clock a message Warrant. JAME LUC\S. the said Santiago Innerarity within the period of six which must b met promptly, and earnestly hope i. *:
I was received from the House, stating; had not, and if any such should be made, it year on record. Holmes' Valley, March 10,1819. l/ \ months, or in default thereof the said bill of complaint their friends wi aid them in 'o doing, cr they \vi '*, i
would not be entertained.CALJ'onXI:8.Some. I 1ace claims in the M
confessed the said defendants their
be taken as by be compelled
may i
that they were ready to adjourn-leaving the Sullivan, the prize fighter, is declared a .
Notce. at and after the several periods limited to an Attorney for collection. ." ,
\ general appropriation bill unpassed, and the fifteen or twenty took convict by engaging in the last prize fight.- Months( after (lte. will apply' I them respectively in this order. Provided.that this i N. R. Ali I unsettled accounts coed from thia ,.

government cut off from the proper supplies furcarrying their departue from Tallahassee, for California The pardon granted him I Gov. Uouck, in SIX the Hon. Judge Probate for Leon County 1 I order be published once a week for the term of fourmonths I, March 3d, IS 19. I, // f ;'

it on. The consequence would have I The sail in the Scr. Tallahassee 1813, was on condition- ) for leltu of dismi ion as Administrator of the and at the expiration of the said term ol I CLARK: &STILLMAN. t' t .
yesterday. ) deceased, late of said county. then month for }
Estate Smith four months, continuously once March 3, 1549.
been that the President would have That he will in ff !-IO'
new for New Orleans. Success to them. not engage any Administrator. -
I pric.gM PATRICK SMITH, (he term of two months, in a newspaper published -- : I l
been compelled to call an extra session of I We append their names from memory, but so eallcd, during; his alurallie ; Marc 10, 1q49. 10mNotce. within the limits of the Middle( Circuit of Florida.ThOMAS SACKS S.\Ll jtS IVE BY .

Congress. do not think the list is complete.G. event of his not the said conditions :LTZEL 100 h rGI I CO. :. / ?' .t

The amendment of the Home was every O. McMullin, R. B. Maxwell, %'m. M. or either of them, then this pardon February 20, A. D. 1S4J). March 3, 1
way important. I has defeated the adoption I Footman, Dr. R. Scrivcn, R. P. Leonard, shall cease and be inoperative, and (the said Months after apply to the Hon. C. 1. DUPONT true Sl! lor Cumplt.A of Attachment. r I;

of efficient for California. It James Sullivan shall be arrested and imprisoned I SIX e of Probate for|Gad.den County for letters copy Acton 4
an organization U.I; Gee,- Gee, A. Smith, W. Smith, P. administration of the estate of I. R. HARRIS Clerk... Gadwln Circuit CO\t. V Damage's &16O Do. A .
calculatedto his ot irniwion from Ihe Uj it wfutj "$ j
because it 1 to sentence.
was objectionable, was ItucLucr Kclmuiid IaldollhMier.. according James II. Gib o deceasea. March 3, 1S49. t6mNotce. Isaac Ilutto. > Bond, $1CO 00. I / tTHE
fasten her the whole code of Mexican GIBSON. .
upon Raker of : R E. AdI1'r.March !
Geo.-Srntine Hank mils.-The Bill of the defendant and all other intrrtsfe?.re here. if'
Ia\5 some of which were entirely unknown Brmc&of the Rank of the State at Eaton. 10. IS 19 I 10-6m. notified ofthe (( (tin.* soif. i ( J

to Congress ; and some went to continue au Gold in North Carolina.-A letter omMonroe personsare hereby apinjf trading to the Ciicuit Court to be .ieH at Talla-. .i
ton, &c, arc no longer bankable ALL described return'be ,
church in that in this Washington any or either ot the following the County of Leon and AUddle Circuit of c .
established \va X. C.
to gentleman city,
Notce. has.ee.
countrJ. I n in this or Savannah. The patent Bank the hour notes to wit : One note m.dp by John M.Rasoror the fourth '
city to of on Monday (2btb
promissory State
also that I, laws tho statement that four Month after apply the I'orila. .,
contended dated 17lh
by inst.
gives hundred ar.d dol- Ito
and its Agencies refuse to give current funds ONE Probat for the County of Leon for ,Razor) for t\1 ninety dar) of '.! IS49, and to appear and plea .
against slavery, it worked the same effect as men found, in Union county' twclrc and I/tree for them. Only a day or two since, we saw a sell of the real estate of Margaret Freshwater.L lars. ($-290) dated 25th day ot .August,194S,payable the same. WALKER A GW YKN. I

the Wilmol Proviso would have accomplished I. fjunrler pounds of gold on the Thursday and letter from a merchant in Savannah, stating I L to. R- E GIBSON, Guardian. to D.vid E. M., Scott said or order note on I endorsed the first day t to BartleyWy'nn. of January I' Feb. 24. 149. 5 Arty's for rr. ,7 c.'a'

and even worcc than it. It was said that, Friday preceding. Others were finding gold that these funds were wholly useless in that March 10, 1S49. Inw i .Ib50, which --- N o Ice.. !. h

in this respect, I the people of California should \ in more or less quantities every day. Gold city. The Bank and its Agencies may he legally Notice. Also, one note on David E. !t Scott payable on week after date,applica H".n ; '
have been left the of non.iutervcnhjoru found within miles of Ionroe.The .- 1850, Iwo hundred amitwenty.five wu b made lay ,
I on great principle was eight right in reference to this matter, but shall to Ihc the first day January, SIX suScnber to the H0i.Q-abte of ;I
to dclcnninc for themselveswhether ofthis rich metal had given an Month after date,I apply lon. dohlars$22)( ) to Bartley Wynn bearer dge .
j for ohdmrc'.tration
the Probate
of of lbe of
wo greatly question propriety pursuing ONE of Probate for the County 1S4S. Oft estate '
S they would have slaves not. Had impulse to business in that section of country, such a policy. In addition to the serious in for leave to( sell the Real)Estate of Edward II. Wilder ,Also dated another 7lh day note ot on David E- M &for the Walter \V. Taylor decca'.d.,late of Lean county.

the measure been tt\ctioned by the Senate, and things were looking up. convenience which it suhj.ctsthe merchant late of Gadsden Cunty, deceased, to pay thedebtt sum of ivta hundred and thirty-five ($$p.>)) 1UCUARB HAY WARD. .1 4Administrator's

the President was prepircd to do his duty, as lithe North Carolina mines should contin.uc and business man, it cannot f.iil ultimately to of the deceased.DAVIDSON. Administrator.March payable to Barlley Wynn or bearer on IS4S.I Ihc first The day two ol February 24tlP.l9., s 6w

he would have done in case the Wilmot proviso to yield as plentifully as is i above indicated, ailed the credit of the Bank itself. It is generally J.10,M.1349.W. January, 1851,notes dated draw 7th December interest the rate of six Sale.Wl.Lbe .
had been adopted. Rut no direct vote of the to California l..c.Notce. last a .
I sonic ad'cnturer may deemed amply able to redeem its bills cent from date. sold before the Court House in the
was taken in tho Senate ; and after an uuparallellcd change their destination to a point nearc'rhome anywhere, and the common dictates of pro- per Said notes are advertised and tbis taulion i*Riv of Quincy. on Monday the I9th day ot I

struggle, and amid the most profound where they will he able to convert their priety as well policy, should prompt the against the Estate en becans the consideration (for which they were M'.rch next,between the hours of eleven and 'two a ;:

excitement, Air. Webster, in a manner whichwe treasure into coin with more facility, and directors to maintain a a position entirely] above ALL Edward peronshi&ting 1!. Wilder, late:Gadsden County, given, and the determined first named not endorsed Jo pay,any has or entirely either 'Iclockthe following negro slaves,behngin-to tbe Z i ..

cannot too highly appreciate (I rare com- where there "H be no danger of suffering for suspicion-Macon Messenger. deceased willrr96111 them to me without delay. of failed them,and unless I compelled by law so fo d). estate of Richard Caioochan of deeaied.til : A. negro
the woman
by name ; 8S
DAVIDSON, Administrator. woman Harrie negro
plimcnt from this quarter !)came forward with want of provisions or clothing-Cltarlcslon J. M. W. D.AVIDE. if. SCOT by the name of Nancy,aad two infant children. .
-- - - -- ----- March 10.1849. .
-- -
lSw1fTICE *
the olive branch in his hand, and suggestedthe Courier. -- Prhis Aly. THOS ER.lont and a buy bv the name of Frank. I I.
MORRIS CO., MENDHAM.N. JERSEY, 1 ,Fa., March 3. IS.ltT. P. j
--- -- ,
amendment and allvthom JAMES E. BETTNER, A&nr.By
withdrawal of the whole October HU5. 5 IS HCRCUY GI'ES to telo ,. r j
the I Quite an extensive oyster war occurred a concernthat I have day filed in C. II.DcPONT,Agent.
leaving civil and diplomatic appropriation
Dr. Seth W. Fonle-Dear Sir:-This certify Notce. 1
may I for the GaJdenCountjFa.Feb.17I649.
of Drummondtown Circuit Court coun.
bill such few days since in the vicinity Clerk's Office of the
to b passed without any adcili.U.The of between the that I am about kcventy-five years of age; was born the Middle Circuit of the State of Florr- SECRETARY ST."E" 0-riCE. -
the shore Jeffeison,
and the on Viiginia, ty of Tallahassee, o-I, 1S41 For New York.
suggestion was adopted, and have always resided in this town. In October, in behalf of Andrew J. Moore in rigl February 5
citizens of that neighborhood and a party of da,a petition PROPOSALS for;; 'aeliverins the Act
amendment receded from and the appropriation l Ann Moore, one of the htir* atlaw ; RIG master, trill ail asabove. ,
Racliel WACISS.Pery
and ( six months afflicted hisTire, SEALED
took or was of
A of ISJ5,1:; of the b\e Session of the General B
marauders from of County, decease of to _
bill about 6 o'clock on Sundaymorning. PhidcIpbh. feet of Kbenezer Folsoci, late sid For freight passage apply u :
passed boats from had with the influenza, and! the worst cough I have ever intestate, tot the partition or the Heat Assembly and Thompson's. Digest, to the several JOHN DENHAM. -
who died
obtainedfor twenty bter '
Thus the supplies were dorm my whole life. Myself and of the estate or the said Ebenezer Judges of f Probote irt '. 1 Slate for distribution\111 19. 8
entered that of the bay and com- experienced ;. and slaves New port, Feb. 21. IS
California ly quarter at this Office until M. i .
carrying on Ihc government-and and that 1 wilt appty to the be rrceitefl 13 o'clock o
doubts of I deceased,
in violation of friends had strong my everrecovering. Folsom, Ii
remains without mcnced dredging for oysters in June next for the ap. Monday the tot!' day of March next. Notice. ; I
an Third
adellate government. five a bottle of Syrup-it did me no good.I Court mi the Monday JT."B". Proposals\ hp for least one half of
the laws of the State, whereupon Im:1 got Shtnk's Commiittionerk to make partition of must .t
did of F.IRCIIETT&
not adopt did they au. tment indebted to LINDEN-
Congress manned and armed with then applied to a physician, who prescribed for to law. Monticello, Match 3, the State either East or West, itartinc (row Tahlahasec. ALL persons I
boats according make
estate asked to befoi
thorirc said payment *
the President are
to E.
provide necessa. but did not At last hEIR: .i
regulations for her protection. "' ces of cannon ; andthus prepared, a conflict me several times, CUe mt. my 1!. TIO JFJT. Petitioner. of Stat,: the return day of the coming Court.
which was killed physician ad.iltd me to take Dr. Wi.ta',ulebrted'I 1eir March 3, IS 19. ('J ;
ensued in one oysterman Sjcntinel.J
ufHenry! | the regret which we feel March 10, IS43. 10 : '
fO this dcniMi-ntnt' Hi1 hat yrin& and tho boat; hot away Ninety persons : 'l' _

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Proposals for Carrying the Mail. In Gadsden Circuit Court.'I Just Received, DR. TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.

LEWIS t AMES Drag Store, a fresh .
AT virtue of the me by
'Iw; .OVJLI! vRiIyioTI1CAROLfNAbOtTItCAPOUNA New and Valuable Nedicinclamong which BY power nstt 1J
Thomas : In the orld.
Maitin, } The Jledleliie have levied and expose for ,
1' upon
GCOX.IA, AD ILOHIDA. i Attachment, fpr Soc M. are the following: mostntrorlar shal F
fore the Court House I ,
1 dor
Extract from the act cf Cengreit of 3d ''farcl .\ P JlcD,,, rld S"0"din S 2.rrh. D R. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE. PILL D RESTORATIVE on the first Monday in May next,cty( 19.)the following .

lt>45. HCtion IS. THE defendant and all other persons interested i described property, or *o much thereof a! will
.And be it further eaartrJ, Tllt i .hal IK the hereby notified of the institution of the Designed for, and will cure. Dyspepsia Liver Complaint pay the State and County Taxes due I thereon for the

duly of the Potma"'ef' General all futorf kttingnof abo.t suit by attachment,and are required to appear Piles Scrofula. Jaundice-and all kindred earlSlS,10w1t :
t contract for the transportation, of the mail to let and plead to'tht declaration filed therein, within the diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure -,. ,That body ot land lying in the County of Leon

the game. in ever* ra"e, to the loviet bidder tendering lime |irecribcd by law. Mate of blotftl. I bounded North by the line of demarcation, West by
; sufficient guarantee for faithful performance Dated January 22th, A. D. 18JO.. DR. HULL'S! WORM LOZENGES I cc,111iii III I I I the Oclockonee River South by Wakulla County,

without other t reference lo the mode of such trn t -por. J01frS: I E. The safest, rot effectual, and pleasant preparation D I and East by Ihe St. Marks known as I.'orbf'
tatioa than may be ncc.'i ary to provide for the due Plintif's! .Attorney.IVbnmy be fore the public, for the eradication cf Woaiis, in 'tiiifl111liLt.i Purchase" and purporting Rrr to the Apalachcola -

rdtrity, certainty and "fwmty d such tianspcrta- 10. lCJ 19. Children or Adults. ,#ANf i Land Company. BY TIlE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,

Iron ; nor tVH! any new cent r,ctor hereafter be re- HULL'S COUGH IOZEGE WofSELSec7.T2.R2SandE.W4of \1 THEREAS.! It is required by law that

uire to purchase cut, or talc M taluation the. Notice. Will PREVENT Consumption, cases ol i N E 4, Sec 13, T 2. R 2, Sand E.,owner unknown. I Y (lion be held in this State on the first an el c-
or nf contractor for the C.ld AsthmaSpittinlot Pains in the Side. i inlay next for Monday
any previous Bo. T1R1NandW.OYDerUn- a Register
po!rout"eblcu. ALL creditor, legatee, and person entitled to of Urmthand Pulmonary Com EISWlSec2 until the first of Public Lands, to hold
same Shortnel
$ in the estate of William Goodman, i : known. Monday of October. 1S50; also for

ft>: Bidders will be careful to read tIlt forms latcof' Jefferson County, deceased, are hereby not i- Pl j ainti. -A'.'")- 1- W i lot No. 109, lying and being in old plan city Judges till the of first Probate for the several Counties to bold .

.and instructions appended tuihi$ ** ad cit irmcnt.- tie d lo exhibit Iheirdaims and demands within two DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, This Extract. is.put vp in quart bottles; it is sir of Talhhassee, owner unknown.Lot Monday of October ISiiI.1 and for Jusli-
They are requested Se ttate in their proppful, the \ears from thi date cr the same wibelare; and Well known a a Safe. Certain, .and Effectual C'irefor i tinier cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior No. 2, frac !e 13 ; lots 1 and 2, fr c sec 23 ; ces of Ihe Peace for eab Distiict in the several Ccun.
mode by which they intended to one)' !the mail.- all person indebted to the & to Fever and !Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent to any sold. It cures disease without vomit' section 21.; W J, and N E 4 of Sec 25, and lots No. ties, to hold for two years,(all of said ofEcers to con I

Whcre'lbekize and weight rf the. mail: or the make immediate pa\mcnt to the undersigned. and all other Fc-vers. Price rc/uecd 10 Serenty-jire ing.urgiisic.1.iesingorde6ilitatiiigtllCPaIiCit.T I, 2, 3, -I, :, G, anJ 1, of Sec. 2''/, in Township2, N tinue in office till their successors shall be elected :I

fpetd called (oi in the srl-rdtilc!, 611al require it, WM. WeST ) Qualified: Cents Tiox. i' great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla -: of R 1 W., containing 2131 acres, purporting to be- and qualified:)

the contract will be made for or JOHN M. SMITH!, J Executors.JeflVr The per above Medicines, herb and genuine, are for I overall other medicine i is, that while l 10!!to Albert A. Pickett and John H. Gindrat.W IT is MEREST OSCEREP, That the said election

railroad con'eyancc, as the eac may Lt; and,con- nn CountyFebruary 10, J If49. r Sw sale by LEWIS & AMES.Tallahassee t eradicates the disease it Ihe body. It i of N W 4 of Sc 17, T 1, R 1, S and E, belonging be held throughout the State, according to lawand
fccquently, mch route* wi 1 be let to hid proposing Fa. is i one of the very best Spring and Summer medicinesever l to estate of Branson, for taxes due for, will the officers take whose dnry it is to older said elections(
such ine1e< ofcoiieyance. In all other ca .es the A Card. : 1Sl3ISP3,1t7andlSl. notice hereof.
For certificates of and other information known ; it not only purifies the whole system 'ear
rou M will be as'iened j to bid propOiuj tin cheaprst : concerning reormrn,1tion." 1ldjrin ce future and strengthens the person, but it creates new, pure, Section 15T 1, R 1, N and E., puiportin to belong Witness my hand and the great seal 1 of the State
mode of ? J. I*. Diivnl oflers;j his professional servi- ( to W. G. given at the Capitol! this
transportation. 20tb
I Dr. advertisements, and pamphlets which may be obtained and rich blood; a power possessed by no other med Gould.JAMES day of Janu
M to the citizens' Tallaha;.ee and surrounding of the Azents. i icine. And in this lies the rand secret of its wonderful W. SHERWOOD, [SEAL.] ary, A. D. IS-I'J, and of the Independence
PROPOSALS (or earning the rnails of the United country. Office at the plantation of Gen. John March IS. 1S-1?. 3 success. It ha? performed within the last two Tax Assessor and Collector Leon Countv. of the United States the 13d tear.
Ihe lit t.of Julv. I"t! to the 30th P. Du\alonc mile North of this city. ; more than 5O.OOO cures of severe cases of October 21, IS IS. 14 t ts WM. D. MOSELEY: Governor.

cf June, 1S51 rt HIA. will be received February 10' 1S49. G Drugs, Medicines, &c. }disease'ear at least 9,000ere incurable.It Attest :
; coniJercc Tax
at the ccntiact office of 1 OfikeDerurtment Sale. A. E. MAXWELL,
Colector's Secretary
: has saved the lives of more than ,OOO children
in thecity of Washington, until 9 a m. of Last Notice save one. EDWA! f BAR.VARD, JR., pst season in the city of New York lone.- By virtue of authority in me by law, I January 20, 1S-1. 3 2si
the 4th 1S1 1 19 be decided the 21th da : .
April by -
have -
((10 ) this levied --
day for ---
A LL persons! indebted: to the subscribers,are icceived, by the late arrivals, a I More than upon andi expose ----
(f IS1s.) I IIP route and in the manner: and lar. sale, before the Court House MILLER &
AIri 01 city of Tallahassee BROEAWS
f\nesily invited to Cal and arrange their ac ( addition to his stock of GEN 3,0)ca c3 of Chronic Rheumatism ; -
fpccifipJ. wiz : 1'L()R I It. cost adjid to them. BLOOD &FOSTER.February are of goo q'jzlitv, I'tIor CaaPs .1,0)cases General Debility and want of Energy;; ing property,or so much thereof as will pay : k Livery & Sale.I Stable,
] 849. 3w i of the dillerent Female and County Taxes due by the owners thereof for theyear :
3512. From Milton at r a m Wednesday 17, general assortment o follow 7IJ1 cases complaints ; TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.ryUE _
By Kscaiabia: county and NathanvileTo : !, genuine, \iz : 2.0OO ca,es of Scrofula ; I S.C, to wit : I I subscribers have
Spara. Alabama by 6 p m next day, 7 miles Buggy for Sale. Rowan.l's Impro\'e Tonic Mix- 1,500; cases of Liver Complaint ; Lots! Nos. 19, and part of 17;, and 7C, O. P, and L _L brick Stables, and lake moved this up tn their fire.prcof

.\ < : bctvteeno a ra iriUatand'ort:t nut NE GOOD SECOND HAND BUGGY; : r sate of Wilil Cherry, lirandrcth'r :;)ra."e*of Diseases oft I he Kidneys and Dropsy; :52, N. A. of Tallahassee: belonging Anderson. their friends and the public opportunity to inform -
o: Feeler. generally of the
day.3M3. Applv to J. J It FORTUNE, Ceetratl- Cathaiiic, Camphor, 2,000 case of the Gravel ; fact. Being thankful'
From Milton! at' r a m Wedne.day February 17, 1 IMP.! 7 Agent. Worm Cough, Lozcnzcs!, nnpland'Ceehratpd 1.(01 cases of t the Yellow Jaundice; Lots Nos. 91 I. 52, S3, S1.. and 65, N. A. of city of have heretofore received for the liberal patronage they

Dy Alaqua and ITchcc Anna : Fever and Ague R.m'dy. Lurenia Cordial. 1,3Uijcaseof I he Dropsy ; Tallahassee, belonging to Charles Mercer.. of the same, and they solicit a continuance

To Mirunni, by .i p m Friday, 125 miles Long wanted. Thompson's E>e Water, McM I'mls' Iliir: of Opium, 5,000 case of ihe Consumption, JAMES W. SHERWOOD, for the accommodation pledge of themselves to spare no pain*
And back between' ( a m Saturday and G p m I tons j S:ands Sdsarri., Turners Fever Ague Pills, And t Iho'nands of cases of diseases of (the blood, viz: Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon County.Novembcr1Sl4S. them. Their Stables those who may p'trcnis.

Monday. 500 BALES Roller-gir.pd Sea Island Cc.to'l I I T iler's dito, Billious and AntiDvspeptirPills Ulcers,, Ervsipeh Salt Rheum Pimples on the; IS fIn Square, in the most are situated on Washington
rfoonl embrace are wanted* for which the full \lne will I Ceckwith's Pills Face Scald Head Tetter convenient part of the town, arid
to Orange Hill Holmes! Anti-Dvspeptic Peters'andSpencer's I Neuralgia, &.C..C., together for comfort and
Valley will be considered ; also proposal ant* to cud at b e si veil by S. F. BL'RNEV. Pills, and i is, Agent for S. P. Town end'3 with numerous cages of Sick Headache, Pain I Chancery. passed by Stables convenience they cannot be sur-

Uchtenna.. -February- 17, 1-513. 7 celebrated Saraparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 t per in the Side and Chest,Sllinal Atlecions&c. &.c. IN MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. November any 13, 1S4S.in the Southern countrv.

3344. From All'jua at 6 a n Friday 'TOTICE.-\U- -- indebted to the firm of : bottle. AUo, superior Lemon Svrup, prepared from This is the most successful medicine known in Theodore Hart ridge. Administrator of TLcmas Livingston 13

To Genen.bhama, by t' p in, 45 miles 1" Lloyd FIaave person hereby notified that they I p'iie Citrte or Lemon Acd. tar preferable for I he.id di,ea"e
.And back L.uveen 0 am and .p i a next day are required&to settle their accounts and notes without .i or ordinary use usually sold, London of the Unnir Organs. Several thousand cases have 1. 1 STATES

Qaerc. Whether this route is necessary, in case of r delay, and that, in default thereof, ,proceedings Porter, &.C., &.c. len reported as cuicd when all other remedies have The Widow, Heir, and Creditors of Thomas Livingston Wholesale ClothingVarelionse.\

letting the preceding; one, (No. 3513,) there. beingnow will be instituted at the next term of the courts.Payments .- June 10. I its. 47 failed.Hundred. deceased. .

a route in opertio:bet A ten Genera,Ahbana: may be made to the undersigned, or, to 1I I 1---For New York. of cades of Fits :nc Nervous Diseases, [N obedience to a Decree ol the Honorable Courtof LEWIS &
and Uchee .\nna Francis H. FJaec, their asent. originating in Debility have entirely cured and I Chancery in the above cause, notice is hereby HANFORD,
3515. from Mirunni! at JAMES ARCHER.LOWELL ) tho'nar.ds of cases of Dvsenlery Diarrhce: and Summer given to all creditors of the late Thomas Livingstonto I I X os. 252 & 25G Pearl Street.

To Oches, Calhoun cour.tv. HOLECROOK, 5'\S I=DtCS.r Complaint.. render to the undersigned, as Master in Chancery (Between Fulton.st and Burling
And back 17, 1 1,49. 7 CAUTION. for the County of Madisonon or betore the last Monday I Slip.)
Bidders state di'tnte. and also a schedule) bra 23":: Look out for Imitation*.-Unprincipled persons ((2Gth) of March next, 1S49, the amounts,dates I, NEW YORK
connect at Ochesec with the route from ApalaelucolaChattahoocbic. Notice. REGULAR j have copied our labels, and put up medicine in and character of their claims-, and they hereby have .. HAVE O.V IIAXD THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
t. I i TiE between the same shaped bottles. See that each Bottle ha notice to file the same in my office on or before the. CLOTJlISG
::11. From Tallahassee at t:m Monday SIX weeks after date I shall apply to the( Judgenf I': York and St. Marks wil L the \written signature of S. P. TOWNSEXD. date above mentioned, when I will proceed to holda IN THE

fly Ben Hadcl, Shel Point, and i'awtuxtt for I the County Gad-ten.! for l ter! ol l < commence running at 'the opening of tie fall N. B.-Persons inquiring for tl.is medicine should reference to ascertain such information as will enable UNITED S T.\ T F. S.
ToSopchoppy. tit p tn. 45 admiui"tration on the estate of AlexandEr Me her, ali continue throughout the entire \-carZ: not induced to take other. ) Adapted (to the Southern
Druggists to I
nitS \V any :put up me report a legal distribution of the asset* and Southwestern :Iarkeli.In .
t nC.LL.Josel Ma'ster
And back between 4 J a t: p tn net d\.'. hteofnitCountv. WM. 1 FORESTER. Brig. ) : I, Sarsiparillas: and of course prefer selling their own i, of the estate of said deceased among the creditors .
3517. From S1 Mark at +i a rn Tlnirnday February 17. 7 7 __ _ OCI.I.Tlim., do. others,have purchased that put up in small bottles I, to the Court. Dated. 13th Dec mberIS1." the article of
LUCY do.
IJr: Wcie, and Marion and because make
greater profit, recommend JOHN .
they! SHIRTS
To ewpr.i b>' Ii |I' m, 40 miles HJ-JO.V 10WI.K. MAGItNO D. PAPV. SUWANNEE:, Clark, ro. (new,) thtra-do not be deceived by for DrTotrnicnd's .. Master! in Chancery for lcGEIEP. AIVD DRA" 'EnS.

And back between Oam and 6 pm ne\t .]ay.Proposal TO\VLE &PAPY, WACISSA, Perry', (new.). : and take no other.an-in'uirc January, 1M9. 4 !btiso: I We keep an endless variety.
to commence at Newpof I are invited. Thc-e, Itngsarebnilt in (the mot substantial' man i. Office T2' Fulton st. Sun ALSO THE MOST EXTESJIVE AIANLTACTCKM
i \ fluid! (rouiiicllors at Law. Principal Building, N 9T
3il%. From Quinfy at .t a m Friday \tOff'S} ; le I expressly for ti.is trade, and are rummanded by i Y., 10.j South Pearl street Albany and for sale ball ;; Notce. : I OIL CLOTHIXG
Ey Rocky Combs [PTAVING frnned an a>sociation for the Practice !1 careful and experienced Captains. Fi eight and
pa. the principal Drui9ts i I and Merchants
generallythroughout after ,
To Kef or m, by 1:J ra, 1Oui1eis .11 of Law \i.1 attend the several Comts cf the i j j: !S.cCit the lowest rates. Agents the United States: West Indies, and the SIX 'nlh' of Probates, I bal the apply to the Hon- ANDCOVERED
And back bttweenVi m and f j a o.Proposals Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the District CouitJ COE, ANDERSON & CO., Canadas.A Judge County of Gad I- HATS

;to embrace 'eudoiU be considered. of Samuel Strickland, dec'd. late of said coirntv.H. Plain and Fashionable
From to their will receive DENHAM Clothing
3519. 4t l care kind
Quinry ; Wednesday ptotnpt just received and for sale who'e-ale' and retail bv II. "
To Soclodo, by 3 p tn. ;. miles 65Gflkein I the Cspilcl. McNAUGHT & om.wu.l'ort., EDWARD BARNARD, jr. January 27 SlCKL\XD. Executor. .j LEWIS & HANFORD! ,

And hack; between .a ra and I a tn.3iX February 17, ISJ ID. 7 ('\\ D. LAUD. Newport. l".t. .Vos. 252 Sf 250 Pearl St.
). t'ro Super at <" a ta Mouday NCWD0rt.AUZUt. J 12, ISIS.t o November 11 1 ISIS.I 17 Om; LEWIS AMES, 23, IMa. ot-- v."-.
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By Clouat'* terry and Ra--lin on'. Frrry 1 200 Sacks Salt. -- ---- -----

To Centre Village:Ga., by. C p in Wen'JJ)V. n 3CEIVED! per Brig Wacissa., For salo by Gunny Cloth. STATE: OF FLORIDA : DC.LERSI: In Leon Circuit Court.

100 dile J \ :JOHN DENHAM.: l' SMALL supply. EXTRA HEAVY I I daily ex- In Ulidtllc Judicial of Fla. DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINTS OILS. SPRING TERM, IS4 )

And Saturday.SSSl. back between. Cam Thursday and (I p I I Newport; Feb. 21 l I. l llf>.___ <> 1 I +.::1 peeled, for Sal McNAUGHT by &ORMOND. Gad dcn Co---ral Circui, iSIS Toilet Articles, Perfnmerf, &.., Window Glass. Thoustin Robert Lumpkin Lumpkin.Agent, for] Atael| ent.

: From Pilatka et c a a Friday Guardian's Sale. 1.I Newport, November !J IS, 154-<. IS ];ClASClny. ) Wiliam H.Armistead and John PAINTERS' BRUSHES AND COLR', ". Debt S9.
Apothecaries' Glass Ware
To N8.vnansville by f ta ont day, miles mist tad, Conips. William I j Damages "I;c.-v.vv. ,
57 scarpenter.t
p :
And back between O K MONDAY, the 1>J day of April net, vill : (::ulMlvii Co. Tax Collrclors Sale. and r nHE above constantly on Land,and for nIl at the :
Cam defendant
day. Sunday, ni 6 I p i mnekt be bold at public auction, for Mbh. before' the : II Y virtue of tJic1 power vested in me by law I I Allen B. Spooner t Matilda JL lowest market prices. THE notice of th and all others interested wil: '
Court door in i the City of Tallahassee LOTNo. i I I I EjJ Between W. his LEWIS & AMES. r institution of the above suit
to commence at Spring will be I luuie shall! expc8c for Sale for Cashbefore Couit t ti wile,Si John E. Johnson by attachment and
Proposals Orange 0.} ., otigtnal plan ;of said city,situated Tallahassee November 20. 15.17. 13 I appear and plead to the declara.
f n"ldtrf. il on i i House door; in (the t:>v\n ot Quincy, on Monday the & William R. A. Johnson tion filed in this case within the time
Alligator, at the corner of Calhoun and Pensacola sticets. Said ,: 10th day of April next, the following I the last named defendant Pure law. prescribed bv
: Lot is SGJ I and will dtc3riott property Sulphate of Quinine. H. N. GRAY,
To Olcktec by mj, be bold for I he benefit of or so much I thereof will being a minor Defend
And back. the heir of the late Henry T. Copelasid,deceased t. by I County taxes due thereon for theu-ar pay IS 15' .11. J ants. THE subscribers have on hand two hundred and December 30 IS. t Attorney for Plaintiff.
Bidders Mill .tate the distance and the hours i of cirderot the Honorable Couit of Piobatc,' for Leon The;lands purporting to belong to the Apalachicola IT appearing lo the Court (that the defendants in ounces of Sulphate of Quinine which they 24 3n
tlfparturc and arrival. County. Tiles at the cot of purch.i-.er. Land Company, situated in the County of G.uls- the .above cause are non residents of the State of have obtained direct from the manufacturers, and

3553. From Ncwnan"ville at a m CJL\1LE E.: DYKE, Guardian. den, bounded North by the line of demarcation:, Florida, they being residents of the State of Virginia.It they will warrant it to be a superior article. Notice.

ly? Warassa ( \Vcdncbday February 21, .ft GwCircuit Webt by Apalachicola rivir. South by the of i is ordered by Ihe said Court, on !motion of P. W. We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines ALL creditors, legatee and persons entitled to'
: county
To Cedar Keys 1 by f)p m next day, 70 mi tot I ----- ----- ---- --- --- Franklinand East bv (the Ocklockonnee! river.J. I White, Solicl"r for the Complainants, and the said by rert'ntan inls, and are prepared to execute j I in the estate of James M. Hart,late

And back iel\eel Cam and 1 CourtI\Ionroe County. W. OH1LVIE.( 'j I hereby directed and required to appear orders 'for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, j 1 off Jefferson County deceased, are hereby notified
Friday (J I and answer the Complaint's of Complaint on the most accommodating terms. that their claims and demands will be
next day. Jarel1i, Ta' Collector, Gadsden Countv, Fla.Octolur i Dil barred at the ;
JOclh ; I In ..kttaclimcnt.l'ranciwoX. by the lir (! Mondiy of We have also a few accounts yet due to for the expiration cf two from this
3iSl.: From Ncwtianevillc at Sam Wednesday t.t. 7th I.I' 2 II April : ((151t,) or that us years date. unless the
Hy Madisonxro'To tic E a I o. I Icbt t "()I). -- ---- I in default. thercoi the Complainant Bill be t taken I as year 1S17. They are generally in small same are exhibited to the subscriber; and all persons

Orange Spring by Cpmncxtday, 60 r '1 g, deftndant, al others interested, are CaiSdcu Co. Tax Collectors Sale. I coif's-ed: against them I Ihe,said Defendants.And but if the whole could be paid shortly, it amounts'j'I who have any demands against the said deceased are

And back between a in Fiidy, and milt! ]. hereby notified ant commencement of the vii tuc of (the power vested in me by law I 1 it is further Ordered, Tint a copy of this or far towards 1i'1'Jidatincl.ltain sums which hereby notified to present them without delay ; and
BY '
in next day. ( -p above suit by attachment in the Circuit Court of shah expose for sak fur Ca>h, before the 'I derbe published' weekly in one newspaper in the LEWIS & AMES. I those indebted to said estate are now called upon to

Quere. Whether this ro'jte will be nrces
case.f. letting routeo. -551 1, 'Irwn Vi1atkatoev 5. Couit, and arc hereby required to appear anJ plead day the loth; d.t>' of April next, the following described one in the City of New York for the space of two Thomas Jeff. Heir ANN HART,
lothebarue. JOSEPH A. KARELLI. propelty, or so much theieof as pay the mouths from the insertion thereof in each of said Qualified Executrix.

3555. From Miannp\ Cam Friday Py his Agent W. H. W.M.I State and County taxes due I thereon for "il)'r.r 1S1>. papers.-The object of this suit is fo procure partition ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Jefferson County, February 10, 1549. 6 8w

By Kej West t. December 19., [:')] 18 IS. 21 3m The ld:ist 1 half, ((1 E: i n) of South Edit quarter, (S. of the lands. of J"II C. Armistead, deceased WILL practice in the Cite lit Court in each -

To Foit llarlce b}' 7 p m, .10 mile* P 4)) Section Iwenly.ole. (S 21 ) North East quarter, Iing anc situated in the State of Florida in which cf the Middle Circ Jit, and in the Supreme Fair Warning-
And back bctnccu Gam and 'CISI '01 ( E: 4)) North West the named Comphinants and Defendants are Court and United Stiles
7 ]p in ne\t, t JlmJq33 quarter, (NW4)) Section I Ihnt.two District Court a persons, without reserve
.day.1ropo.als 'XOSf'n (S 2'2)) Township two, Range seven, .| interested, and known and drscnbtd as (the W hal, T all ha r 2"3e" ALL to the subscriber for positively, indebt

to embrace! Fort Crane,instead of Fort a.iir-"i) OM'' u! pc 01 l ((TJ, R 7)) Noith and West: on the waters of Crook'd 'i N- W quarter, Sec. 31 I, T. 3, N and W; Monticello, January 29, IS 15. 28 or account, or otherwise if 194'S, either by not*
(/ ; invited. ;zuoincpnp!! |) auo Aq no pajiea aq'pdijiDjds! auiij! Creek, the Lands purporting to belong to F.bidi quarter Sec 31, T. 3, R. 5 i, N. and W ; E.: half N E March next, will most not settled by the 10th

3354. From Jacksonville at (a m Tuesday 011 aojjc 'll!.\ ',,!IOU tiqi! $ pj'SjJtJip! wK \\\ Ai mislead. quarter Sec. 31, T. 3, R 5, ? and W ; E. half S. W. Medical Notice. February 17, ))8'9. positively pay cost.
Uy Haddock', Kil Nassau C ati.l. '( ,uunq! )udta.id fvOIIUIUJOD! \ !! 01) asollL! J. W. quaiter Sec. .0, T. 3, R. 5, N. and W ; W. halt S.W. 7 S. F. BURNEY.
klld'i. alfC.U If C. WIRT M.
Woodstock ] inqVKjunotuc .{ OILVI. qr. 5kc. 30, T. 3, R. 3. N. W N. 11: D. J. L. CALL M. D.
hl.tt! liz etll$ 1 q JJ.1P Tax Collector, Gadadcn :it ; quarter WIRT & CALL
lvl I"IC'IC COllly. have Nctice.
To St October Fa. Sc. !), T. 3, R. ,N. and W ; S quarter Sec. 9. T. 3, DRS. associated themselves .
Mary'tGa.bj 4 p m no\t day.SOtniles ) .IIIIldJJUi' !! 011l0AP0lSai 7lh, l&IS. 2 :
r the
t.oJIOU SIt'til .1_ __ I H. 3 N. and W practice of Medicine, Surgery, &c., and creditor
And back bet tweel 6am Thun-daj and 6 ''\\0 ; N. W. quartet Sec. !, T. 3, R. 3, offer their services to the ALL legatees, and persons entitled to
m next day. p ] .)T1I alit 'i x-nu: '.joKjtf jo fd dcu Co. Tax Collectors Sale. N. and W; N. E. quarter Sec. S, T. 3, R. 3, N. and Oflice public. in the estate ol' Richard Jones late

Separate proposals for that )part: of this route Ii C.tween alI|) A"q'i n\cd! rue fiuqiCJ A'q pucq iuidoq! | c 110( ] 1'1E Y virtue of the power \ledn; me by law, I W; W. half N. W. quarter Sec. 10, T. 3, R. 3, N. AugnstJ over 5, IS-IS.Drug Store,Monticello.3 Florida. cf that Jefferson County, deceased are hereby notified
t Nassau C II and Si. Wary', are ;n\iled. ) l 1'% PUB US,t JOJ, 6JWJJC U! 3JB 0T..st 'gJJUIOJ T shall expose for talc for Cash before the ard W ; W. half Sec. 7, T. 1, I R. 5, N. and ly their claims and demands will be barred at the

3 :: From ICamau. CHat. a m Friday .lnJ ciq!' uo t-ico| A'unjpodfOJ jsoui Ja'Jql! ; Court House door, in the town 0: Quincy, on Monday E; W. half N. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. I, R. 5, Nand DR. J. S. BOND expiration cf two years from this date unless the
To Fernandina 30 3JwdlaH Itilh of the I I lj:; W. half S. E. quarter Sec. 7T. 1It 5N. and same are exhibited to the subscriber and all
by (p in miles dlaH dlaH thp day April next. following de- his ; per
z E: E. hahN. E. professional services to the citizens sons who have
scribed ; quarter Sec. 7, T. 1. R. 5, N. and OFFERS any demands against the said
JrlClacl UVIWL-VII oa in diiuop lit I1CXI <:ay. -- -- ._ property. ,_or so .much_. thereof a will pay_ _the__ I FR.. lialfS. R.t Sec.! 1. T. L i ,\ and surrounding country. are hereby notified to deceased
3553. I'rom Pilatka at 7 a m Tuesday Pettit Gulf Cotton Seed. ;1 ar ana county taxes uue i tie ton lor me >car J t': Iuarter RL N nE. Office at C. !. Fisher's Hotel. present them without delay
Said lands being in the counties ; ) and those indebted
Volunia, Foil Jiutler, Enterprise, and Section fifteecn, (S 15)) Township two, (T 2)) : ( ol f Gadsdenand to said estate are now railed upon
MellonvilleTo 7 BUSHELS GENUINE PETIT I GULF COTTON Range seven, (R 7)) North and West, (N i W) on Jefferson amounting' ; to 1S40- and 32 30-100 acre. Mav29,19l7. 45 if to make immediate payment to

the head water of St. John's river, (by SEED for nl('. I liu been here three the waters of Crooked Creek, the Lands.: purporting. Dated January 10, IS 1.TIOIS: Notice. JAMES R. TUCKER, Sheriff;

water.) by 7 p in Thursday, 150 mills 'eat.and kept in a dry place.I to belong to I. S. Catlin, situated in the county of BALTZELL, Jud-e. and ex officio Administrator of said estate.
And back between 7 a ta Friday and 7pm am informl by Planters that its age does not injure Gadsden. J. W. P. W. WHITE, Comps. ALL creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to Jefferson county February 10, li'49. 6 Sw
Sunday it, ha not feproutcd. I will sell it low to Tax Collector, Gadsden OILVW., A true cops from the minute in the estate of Archibald Graham, -

35 3. From the head waters of St. John's river at clo clhe consignment.January October 71 h, ISIS. : C Fa. Alul.l. HARRIS, C'ik. Gadsden Cir. Cl.EyR. deceased are hereby notified that their claims and W. GAITHER BURGESS & CO
sin Ft iday ( 2j( 61I.*: : .Y.R. FORTUNE. ----- C. Lester, D.C. d UIandsi11 be barred at the expiration of two ;

By Indian river IMos San Lucie,and Jupiter For New York. Hamilton County Tax Sales. January IStli, IS"! 2 years from (the granting of ]letters cf administrationto Receiving Forwarding & Commission
( 'illnc of the tcd in law, I undersigned, unless the same are exhibited
To Miami Dade county, (by land,) by G pm rpHE Sschooncr: COMMODORE KEARNEY" BY shall expose 'for pow"r'e sale, before the me Court by House Laud For Sale, within the said two years to the undersigned. ffJ : fR HJ 1A ij $0

next Thursday, 2;miles JL PAINI:, Master, will sail a above. For freightor door in Ihe town of Jasper, Hamilton County Florida .' RARE C 1'.X C E! WILLIAM G. PONDER, Executor. -ALS-

And back between (a 11 Friday and C p m passage apply to JOHN DENHAM.Newport on the fourth Monday in Apri,1 IS 19, (the following finUE land known as the Overstreet Tract," 9 January 20, 18-19. 3 Sw Dealers Western Produce
next Thursday. January. 1&49. 3 JL miles north of Tallahassee ,
described )', or thereof a near the Thomas-
3500. From Tampa at property road, adjoining Gov. Branch's Notice. I 62 Poydras Street New OrJe3l15.
be pay the State and County taxes \ plantation, con
.wi sufcenllo Feb. 3
For New York. 1S39.
By Manatee ( year J619Io wit : taming 7 or iOO :rrls.i be sold low, and on ALL persons having demands against the estate 5 6m

To Sarasota, by 50 milt THE P.rig .WARCALLER," JOf.VN. Master Also, the S E i of the S E 4 of Sec 31Township satisfactory terms to purchase. For Robert Fisher, deceased, are hereby notified
I And back between "iluil as above. For freight or' pannage apply 1. Range 13, North and East, purporting to belong fuither particulars apply to E Barnard Talahassee. to present them without delay to the undersigned, ot ice.

Separate proposal* 'to supply Manatee from Sara9oi JOHN DENHAM. to the c.late of Benjamin Chaires. or DANIEL LADD and all persons indebted to said estate will make immediate FOUR weeks after date I shall apply to the Hon.:
a, in cue of letting route No. 3503, tie ;f'ilc Newport, January 20, 1819. 3 Also, the C i of S E i, the W J S W i, and S E Jan. 13, 1819. 2 tf payment. WILLIAM E. FISHER, of Probate for the County of Jefferson

3'U r2: nIJ t,.,.'K"< < -- _, 4 of Ihe S W 4, and Ihe, W J of the S U lot Sec 23, Confectionery and ROBERT W. FISHER, for leave to lIE'lItbe real estate of James M. Sloan,
UtU -
!flonvi. by 0 p tn Jot') miles 6 ii.evf t .t ,u_ >iv i I._i th,. N F 4 nI| the N W Baker. December 30,1S4S. 24 Sw Administrator*. late of said County,
G a 'Jlluby. 1) ECEIVED! per Schooner Randall Marshall, 4 of Sec 30, Township 1 I. Range 13, North and East: Fi ENUY: KINDON would frends and. deceased.JAS.. R.
\CI I Frid. and G p' in 'M barrels planting Potatoes J.L the public generally, that he has Notice. TUCKER
Sunday. \ ) purporting to belong lo the Uni.n Bank. on and Sheriff, and ex officio Administrator.
:::;j2. From Jacksonville at 3 am and Thurs 10 supciflne Flour, Also lot No. 3 of fractional section 7in Township is constantly manufacturing CANDIES of all kinds:, ALL creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to Jefferson County, February 10,1840. 6 4t
day Monday 20( sacks Salt, for sale bv 1 South cf Range 17, East, laying on the Suwannee such as: in the estate of Robert Fisherde

To St. Augustine by 12 m, 39 mile* JOHN DF IAM. H1u. purporting to belong t.) S. B. Thompson. PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS, ceased, are hereby notified that their claims and demands Notice.

And back between 7am and 4pm next Newport, January 20,.1819. Also, the S W 4 LoSec 1, Township 1, Range 13, CINNAMON LEMON CANDY will be barred at the expiration of two years : SIX months after date I shall apply fa the Hon
.tias.Proposa's South and East, purporting belong to William J. WINTERGREEN, BARLEY ANDY, from the granting of letters of administration to the of Probate for the County of Jefferson for

to make closer connexions with steamboa's Notice. Mills. And HOARHOUND ; undersigned, unless the same are exhibited within I letters of dismission as Executor of William H.
at Jackkonvillc will be considered. A ''I* persons ]'lavjngd r1<3s the WILEY. LEE Tax Assessor various others among them several that are the said two years to the undersigned. Mathers, late of said county deceased.
estate of useful
356J. Fiom St. against and Collector for Hamilton colds and coughsand i is prepared tomanu-
Augustine, by Smra. Indian River, Arclbal Graham deeeased are hereby noti. County, ISIS. acture E. FISHER, SOLOMON E. MATHERS.
San Lei, Miami tied them October 21, ISIS. any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both ROBERT W. Jefferson
Jupiter present FISHER
Key Largo, without delay "> the under- 1Notce. : wholesale and retail.He County, February 10, 1849. 6 6m
Indian Key, Key Wbt, Charlotte Harbor, Ilgncd. and all persons said i-btate will is also December l0, lS-tS. 24 8vt Administrators. -
Saraoota, prepared to on Baking in all its
Tampay, Cedar Keys, Si. Marks, payment. carry Great Bargains.
branches: from
Apalachicola months after t the plain Loaf of Bread, to t the most
St. Joseph's and St. An WILLIAM G. PONDER, SIX apply to the Hon. Wakulla Circuit Court.IN -
drew's. to Penscola. tnil/-..... .sn/1 I"./.!/ January 20. 1813. 3 E, c of Probate ((the County of Jeffirsinn.lor exquisite Cakes and Pies. Patties and Ihe public SELLING
.... ecutor. ; OFF
twice a month in vtramboats. .. b -- leltt of dismission LI .\dminiliralor.tie -lanit can alwaJs. ---mfwlat__ _n**-! Ktr- rivinl tim; ./1.tf uv nnf,,ii ., CIIA\CERY.-DJLL FOR RELIEF. AT COSTA I .

Separate proposals for sections uf the above route Blacksmithing. MOM 1-arquhar Macrae ate of said County)., dec'd. at the Bakery and Confectionay'onJfliruor street, Henry II. Walker, Complainant, T the Store of L. & H. GREENBERG & CO., :
will b considered. 001) eub RICHARD HARRISON. opposite the Auction Room of R. 1.Berry, Esq., vs. 1 are offered the greatest bargains of the season. '

rOTE. \J all kinds. Each Shop my oc Apalachicola Land prices and some below New York
proposal be StaLe Company, et al., Defendants. cost. Having
accompanied by a cupied last year by Miller & IJrokaw. In Leo
guar IVakulIu n Circuit made
alt signed by one or CI'cul Court. Court. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court up their minds to close business soon, purchasers
the (ollowinl manner, viz more: responsible peisons, in January 20,1849. : A. A. FISHER. Daniel Ladd, Compt., 1 Chancery Fall Term. James Dates, Compt., ) la Chancery. IT aiiidavil made in this case, that Joseph Delafieldand by will do well to call early,if they desire to haY.

4' undersigned For New 16. V! fb. 18J8. ",. > December, 1S4S. Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid, and Louis the best selections. Positively no credit will be
that -
if bis guaranty York. Joseph F. Dyer Deft. ) Bill! to foreclose Rebecca F. Gates Dcf. given.
bid (carrjiog the mail from a mortgage.( 3 Bill for.Divorce. McLane Charles Augustus Davis, and George Gris-

Cfte by (the PoHtmasler General, shall enter to be rpHEfast-sailirig X nrig" FLORINA." rENDLEON, J'affidavit appearing;in to the salfaction of the Court by IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by wold, reside out of the State of Florida,and beyond All persons indebted to them, will please come
into Master, now daily and this case, Joseph F. affidavit in this the jurisdiction forward early and settle their accounts.
prior to thcfimt day of expected having the Dyer resides case,that Rebecca France, Oates, of this Court, but in the United
with good and sufficient kuretic& to perform July tbc tirrt, I bulti of her cargo engaged, will have despatch for (the out of the State Florida, and beyond (he jurisdic the said defendant resides beyond the jurisdiction of States : It is Ordered, That the said Joseph Dela Those indebted to the late concern in Monticello.
> cricepropOfced.f abovepunt. For freight or tion of this Court, but in the United this Court i field will find their with
passage,apply to Stale.-l it and out of the State oFloridabut in and Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid and accounts WILLIAM BUDD. .
This should be accompanied by (the crrlificafpofa McNAUGHT &OnMO D. Ordered, That Ihe said Joseph F. < the State of Alabama: It is ordered that the said Louis McLane Charles Augustus Davis and George Esq., who is duly authorised to receipt for the sam .
postmaster, 01 Newport, January 27, 184'J i said do appear and plead, answer or demur Rebecca Frances Griswold 1949. 4
or equivalent testimony; that the --- bill (10 the Oates do appearand plead answer ,do appear and plead, answer or demur to January 21.
guarantors are men of property and able -- ------- ------ --- lid complaint, or the lid bill will betaken or demur to Ihe said Bill of Complaint or the said said bill of complaint, or the said bill be taken
to tnakr Bagging Rope and Salt. of pro confetti against I the said for S. S. KNIGHT & CO.
good their guarantee. ded drfendanl.-l'roD.1 Bill will be taken pro confesto, against the said de confessed against them: Provided, That publication
The proposal should be sent to the department' RECEIVED: )per Brig Ocilla and other vessels, That (the publication of this order be made in fendant. Provided that the publication of this or. of this order be made in some newspaper printed in r Wholesale! and Retail Grocers, and Provision

sealed, ndorsed f Proposals for route r'h' o. in Bagging, some newspaper printed in Ihe city of Tallahassee der be made in some newspaper printed in Tallahassee the city Tallahassee once a week for the period of Dealers.
," and addressed lo the 200 coils once a week for the period of four month once a week four months.
First Aseistant( Toil- Rope, for the period of(our months. Done in open Court, Dec. :th, 18.iS. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
master GentuJ (J sacks Liverpool Sal t. for sale by BALTZELL, Judge. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. A tiuc copy from (the record.
For of bids resulting! from combi JOHN DENHAM. A true copy ; 2 GEo.L.BnYANTCJerk. William P. Duval, Compt's Solicitor. GEORGE L. BRYANT, Clerk. KEEP constantly on hand and offer for sale at a

nation, and the terms and conditions which the !Newporl,1ovmber 18, ISIS. 18 A true copy. 1)) MCHANEY, Clerk. December 9. 1819. 21 din advance on cost, for cash, all the standard .-
Notice. articles in their line.
tonlracti( i. to be made,bee the last annual By J. U. Keen, D. C. Flours of approved qualities
tnentt advcri.r. Pickled months after date, I shall Jc. ISlh, ISIS. -Sugars. Coffees Teas, Bacon Hams. Pork.
Mullet. SIX apply to (the Hon. 2
C. JOHNSON, Postmaster of Probate (for the County I Salt and Rice. Soap, Candles, Lard, anti all similar articles-together
General. ol Jefferson
POST OtricE ) 50 BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED: of with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, OnIons, huts
DFFARTMOT T. the 'first MULLE fo Iftor of dismission as Administrator of faul de Sea Island FOR sale, to arrive in Brig Fiorina '
Januarv catch, and in fine ,decea d. Bagging.A Raisins;, Figs, Almond*,and allot her article*usually
Washington, ) Sacks
20, IA* For sale low by ?McNAUGHT ORMOND. ( SMALL LOT (or sale by Liverpool Salt found in similar establishment.
February 10,15!?. 6 7t Newport?, November & RICHARD )N. 26 small. packages Carolina Rice.McNAUGHT *
US. li IS 19 Jeffcuon County. 1 JAlUS : ORMOND, Store next door above G H. Meginnis* on Mon
Scptcmbet 0,18 1fcNMGI&
a & OnMO D.
Newport, 13 January 27 18W. I I'ewrott I roe street.
I Jannary 77, 131 .1 1 lv