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 10, 1850
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
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System ID: UF00079928:00059
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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: Supreme Court cf the Unit u' & te.. ,probably the best commercial! "lrHI I law> er on I the> The Wife l'on the Ancient City. -From-thf --- = .=

; One of tilt' most, intprt''Iin'i'I'( ; ;' in j Washi Bench, thank'to his New York' ('llctliun.-: .\JOHN G. wnirnnn. Florida Tobacco. A N Richmond -'j _

i. ../ is ibe Supreme/ Court ol the United Since hiselevati m to his present place! he has: She vas a IlaulifJI ..ir I when I fist 1 siw her. The umiMiaf success of our Planters in We
Stales: The Court i is in the shown an unusual 1 degree of :She; was both)!! the :
room % tmrihein( % I) energy' and in Man ling up at I the fide of her lover quality and piice of this great stal of Jo'in' !
wing of thC Capitol, on the ground floor.' Ji I; duMry, and evidently, working; 1 fora, reputa- at the imrriagc altar. She was slightly: pale l IIC during the past season has directed of _

| is broken by pillais and! arched walls, and is I lion I lie ;is ,not suspected of ulterior politicalviews ) -yet c\'er and anon, as the ceremony pro. .I attention to this crop, and we understand gllt'r. indic'ed thp _

badly, lighted.; It is handsomely( furnished and his integrity and independence arenot c *eded. a faint tinge of crimson crossed her that a )large crop will planted in this f
year. months, \
with rich Wilton. cat pets, silken drapery, &c. doubled.! beautiful cheek, like I JI reflection o1 a Riin.i-t The principal, ))) districts of Florida. The | .

The light! is admitted from the rear windows Judge lcKinlf' ". Alabama, is not here. cloud! ) "101 I the clear wjlers of a quiet' lake. art> (:ad.df'l C multi y, in Middle Florida, and I ecord, 1 (
alone and the Judges sit with their )hacks to He I is in New Oilcans" holding 1,1. Circuit I Her as lie clasped her hand \\iihin his Marion County iu Ivist Florid We are not jud : lilllr

the light;: ; the counsel/ who addresses them i Court there and principally: with a view: to at. own, gazed on her a moment) with uimi'iigled, ", aware however that there is any difficulty! in of the N.

cln scarcely! see their 1 ccs.t 11 o'clock tend to the lrallf : ;.ttlIcs' case. admiration, and the waun; and eloquent blood( Iflucilg' t this crop in any poiiioii I of Florida.! ing I .'

they enter deliberately, all dressed in black Jude ( of Pennsylvania, has a large shadowed, at intervals; his manly: foichead and ; I experimental crops have been raised the : i I i !

and with gowns. After *Illf'Jlm seal"d, the broad form, and expansive angular brow, blue melted j in /beauty on his I ijm. in this couuit'. S:. Johns, and with good result. st-iit'ing'alflir. t .

crier proclaims "O>ez, (me/, oyez the .Su eyes, and looks like a strong 11irlll'r : And they gave themselves to one. another, .. In J H'l7, the Messrs.' WKAUEMAX: a { f
preme Couil ufthe Timed Stales is now in cious (;Jerman- such, I believe, !i.lli. 'saa.j I in the I presence: of ht'an'I, and every heart i few miles from this City raised in ver sorbing u

"esion ; all persons having business therein [plort probably Scotch' -/: /.?. 7'ibuf] Hi. ble'.ed tll'l as they went' their way rejoicing wet season, nearly. 800) I,,. from a half: : acre),, '
are admonished! to draw near :tII't' their voice is veiy curious ; he reads in a low, ill 1 their htiv.'. which was of gowl( quality and was sold I, I The t
ntlt>nd.tI1ce. God save the United rapid) monotonous: ) tone for some seconds! Yt'alSp t sed I I them fur I lvvelvi and a half ) ments
Stales and i mil J on all a? :ain snwlovers. those I (ells .n..f--. onl".1. i I
thrse tionorauie: / ." 'IMCn tie eaten on 1 lie and which would! I of a court __
Juuges.I wil :a worn, to spin round ita } weie seated t 1 together I where f.t present prices, have sold .
I will now aitenjptlodescribe the Court.- : on a pivot, :and Mail: ofTto I'nl''hI'' sam) I the I light of sunset( stole t through half: closedcrimton at thirty cents per pound, and be worth over fore the I :
In the centre sits the Chief Justice; course. His I opinions arc and the bundled to the this "Iac '
Roger it. unprelllllJIg curtains a licher t lilt I 'to I the dolar acre. it not r !
Taney, of AM. He is tall, sallow sensible, well delicate \orlh while I T.llac! ( : !
thin hard: expressed Hi> carpeting and t the exquisite' : embel our Planters; in \of f the) 1 ;
featured and carele! in diesv.; His history position as a Jude is i hardly yet th'lil.d. li,111'lt of i lie gorgeous ajiti't mnimit.' Time present prices fo turn their attention to this; 01 W. '
; i if. well known. As ( en. Jackson's .Attorney On the right of the Judge, separated by : had slightly changed i them in outward crop. ed by ihs !

p (;icneral, he had no hesitation. ; in advising t that railing, i is; till desk of ,the clerk, Mr.I C.'rlll.!! aICt'. Tlt" giriI buoyancy (If the! one appear. We have much pleasure: in being able to I The : I I !

the removal: of the deposits from the Hank orthl'ruilt.J He is a brother of Hon.I Charles II.I I Carroll I indeed given place to the of perf I"H.rt I lay' before our readers the following' statement I > by the r I !'

Slates by th* President's, order of Livingston County, X. Y. I He is : model womanhood, and her lips I grace Were somewhat ofthe., ,. Tobacco Iii irket at Xf'Yurk, 'for; (the 1 madge \ :

was valid, and when' :\\1 r. Duane) refused i to of what cer. should be---ueat, prompt' as.siduous paler: and a faint line of care was year 1S49, and we advise the pn'sen"ariln of I I. ofthe
remove the treasure, :Mr.\ 1 courteous, anJ is perceptible her slilhll\ it for fu'nre arrest t
Taney took his in every respect upon brow. Her hu bandV ref rfnc We are indebted to
place as Secrrlary ofthe Treasury, and gave I an honorable and accomplished :gentleinin.: brow, too, was marked somewhat, ( deep I the New Y Kxpiess for this report. lug that !

the order required by the President.: lie On the 1 1ft 'hand sid.' we find the, de!k of, ly l) than 'his age might warrant' : anxiety mfr and liimny. I

stood very high; at the I Jhr of Maryland, and j! Mr. \Vallach, the ou'ldill Marshal oflhe His.I ) i ambition: and pride had gro \ n over it a YEARLY: REPORT OF TiE TOIJAC- passionate () .

i is unquestionably! a mall of great power of j I trict. He is very,attentive to visitors of the silver hue was mingled around hi is ;al! CO( MARKET. others. ) I
intellect. His opinions are terse, pointed and I j, Co irt ; takes care of the ladies who drop) in, most t to !baldness. lie I I, was half reclining! on During!) I the pav year pi ires have been !1 !his firm, __ _
luminous: not incu.Tibe.red with unnecessary: I! :tl! provides them with seat, alJ i i. ('t'f rea his splendid Ottoman with IMS fhco: half! hidden; I iiriintained. and at ihe (close there wel I I"c of '\ I t I

Je.iriiing, but exceedingly; logical and con. I j dy to extend kind attention to all stranger I by 'his hand, as if he feared, t that; I the deep and marked improvement in prices \a'! a,. I which I the ; : ,, I
rincill H has I noticable. r.nd( bitter
; < great tenacity of Til Attorney General has desk tiotibled' I thoughts Thisa I I
purpose, and eperuic him owing
: Wle oppressed : were principally; : lo t the reduced 1 ,
strength! ;; ol will, and I ad.l I' in Con it room and i visible hU f stock the :
stubborn! pre. an adjoining oluice.lr. i j upon alln' and m the \'. demind in the '

i'ld'Ct'i.......' A.:...I..Tbe'rL.*inccrily_._ of. Ins .convictions, ', no :, 1ihi" inort Hc\'crd\; JIII"OI'a foionviu, at the i IMwaid:, y '!11! ale ill II.niII," !:air his The crop of Virginia and Europeanrnukel. : !I lo (;od!l the, I- -- -
""" u"u'J1a. u.'r Iii 31out hUH all unlui". 'J: all r.inkw! \'en' Iii< 1 :"' :i wife, 111 : lim\ :udt.r- .- .il ,, .1-"> .....l..l. : I Carulna! was liir/IIi-: -in. a\'Cra_< o cit-.. .,orll.1 I : ( I
llkalt: ,: air of intellect and learned lawyer and able ; hands .u 11t. .m.! er ; t .
aUllwritand heis I I toasoner. Tiiere is a 1111 U: his OWI. I j 12,000()() hhds. and owing to) I IH incl'a ed de- j w11 ; ,t
not an unworthy! of Marshal. great deal of and) I centrafed( '
successor John from mand
energy independence in Indifference thoss for
love )
; his we i is terrible I manufactured, Virginia it .
He i is a devout ItCnl1l1 Catholic, and rigid in | look and bearing anJ mi de of sieakin; I He I I to the .sensitive j$ bosom. I It m ;is; ;aif t tie, sun of,; full :(()UO) lo m"et 'the of I the required J j was ( ( j I '
j..* obkeirance! of religious: forms. and dillies.f :, is of good "Iatut.( eiect I and strong, but powerful heaven .lefused its011',1 cheerfulness m and ;: mannfactnreis there 1\anl. m--n ( !, ( ) !
; leaving ,oua) I
f Ui ,the right hand of ihc Chief Justice sits I|I figure, strongly. marked fealuieand' with glared upon: us with a {tll.1 dim, and toibid-i! ; for the remaining Stales; and Europe.! hhds.is is I' : I t I

Mi. Justice McLean, ()Ohio.} This :gentle: j no softness (speech or IUllwr. His style of i ding :!lalcl'. I I t is tn'lfill to fe.-l I hit t tll! e. I II the general b-lief! that for I i I Their i I
nun; was Postumtcr General! under "I'd.. i reasoning is clear and strong. but! i li'it.i. I I only being of our love' refuses to ask our !I ant Viiginia' tobacco vill preps advance still: I there I !

anis, auJ can'inued *o (for; a very short lint I wi allude to but one other officer of, the pat liv -'that sie! broods, over t the ;- j.m.1, j j er, bcfJr: the spriair trad( ? i is over. Holders highj I j possible (' ( );
underlet Jacks'in, when i he was transfened. 1 -its oldest t counsellor) in which lit scorns i at whom all h '
: ;attendance.. or rl'as to reveal-dri-adiiil; i ito present are t cry firm. The better c :
In' 'the bench of the !! and a most able and. feeling jeJ by the : ? : :
Supreni" Court. I He I is :a distinguished lawyer, walel the convulsive! features of gloomy i! in Kentucky leaf: has not b-en j

:well,. L _:dressed" di;;:..nili-d. }>"IMHI. about a : ,sis i feel. !I ipneral Walter .limes the i iJvnl; ni Pfui ; -,-, \.".. IIH\ ilrt'fllalI.(! t'lfidmi} v ui 11r114u1' ', ''r irIu4iJt-' i!, MIJ' i and \\ irt, and \ebiter' aId! other ; I the '! of i \ew ---'I"V ;, is alure, \ )! I i' : ; ;
ioniieu WIHI IJlie I I' leading involuntary !i.,1 sorrow in i ; I il Orleans fir l 'oO, will not far: : :
teeth, a clear ;grey) eye, Jo iy 'brow and Jim I! cOIJId! in paM days. Asa elliott m-law we arc Iii hid I )h'n to particijnte! and] wlel short of 00.000' () hhJs ; again-! 32.000! flI I ;; to swing ; I i I \

lifa.l, 'Ui in bair 'but not "rev' all.J i in Uje ."..etier. 1 cOmclor. he excelled) i them all in d"pll und character we cannot: klJThe wife \ I| and (OOOU in 1-1'1 It is ; that il 110." ;, crime of ) I: f

al outline of bis features, I the bread I h of dw '! variety J(1uling. I He has' enorm- ed once m)0t!) ('. assayi'II '000 hhds.! produce of the thought Slates of >0. this, :state s i j
tie Ken- j
Jawer ,put of Ids {.ct and hue general carri. |(j 1011! fees in (fmntr 1iziiis. and h\1: had several Edward," she said], slowly, mildly, :Hdaltri.at' I! lucky and .1 is'OI, will be amply saliicient ": : :
ac of hi* head, exceedingly like the ft.ttue of( I |I arae legacies, but is now without fortuneand: ) .,, liii' I time has' been; when: I 'lo meet the dennnd. : crowded 'Li ) t '
Washington by Houghtoji'in the Mill engaged; in practice, : were willing "Oi I rnov,*m"nf! ,
r! Capitol) at 1 although he must' 1 lienrtre to cOlf.e) your secret joys and) Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Ohio seed
:hnoujci. He I is an upright and' IhlnO years old. He speaks sorrows to one: \\ leaf l Were i ery word .
H'miI. slowly I !'never! I triisi.: betr.ived I! scarce during t the whole The
l'U. with! unquestionable' administrative t talfiut l. i {and in a loiv tone, but with irreat pllil\dic.I your ronfiJence. Why, I then c--ar! I IMj: j,; balance h of the old! crop is now in the hands i| [prisoner. I :
but not an accurate 'ion and cleat uiess ofthotight. Th ward), i is tins cruel employed) ; : : !
or pr.fi"Hd Ia'vr., ', re i I- how. reserve ? You are tioub- ff :;"'culator.! II
It with is i bdieved by tOme that be i h not talisfrui; ,i ]ever, : reat want of fore: in his nrinncr l fed, arid) yet leftisn to 1.1 me the cause.' ,I Maryland! and] Oho: tobacco has during the i! sisiing in ( t
his pretpni posaian; but is detuous J and few listen' to him. Some So-iiething of l last I !
ofob. years" I
> age a returning teirJenie poflenrd ,, year Ict'l bought more freely :for home
isining the!, a higher !nation. He is a member f !' !citizen of Ohio after being- in Court ,d-iring an fr an instant the cold;overily of(he 1 'use than ever IJcfm'. The, high rates deman i tremMing /
t )
Methods.. .Chiircb. anal! is in j high( favor j: argument' of Genera! Jones, said to one his hHd'l feitmes : I bit t it passed liu''i t ded for Kentucky w-ituesses' ( :
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I : auay tobacco i
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j a.rtin n' -.s 1 5. L.-.J .1 t I." ...:'. : I and '
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Justice the greatest which! mr 'S' aiitf'tbe I'wain \" 'r"--- -
CatrlU of Tenu'ssl is next to Mej j curiosity hat ever met his rH were Ftpa.r.1.r ; M.r"' wmch I U: ( !
Lean. He is a stout, nun, 'i observation, he hact heard! a man talk fur two ft oust each (he r. The Im"IJle: sat The new crop' of Florida leaf has been !
healthy respectabe escape.
and toiid in appearance w.ta; a face :\i''\1nurs in his 61( The appearance and "loon iv. alone jn the damp c1, of a dungeon. large l and of a fair q-i ibty ; in consequence' of who up to : ) "
and head more indicative of and j dress ofthis distinguished and worthy gentle. I He I had: followed; 81'iiol' : as" a (od. and hat !I which prices hare slightly receded. exampled t !

fl'nt\.l'nclt) lha of intellect. urbanity With :good: j j;I j turin are most peculiar: but it would,' I be hardly fallen: in a high career. I He I bad mingled I Tile I Il.t crop of Cuba leaf having: almost tear, and

M'II<'moderate learning great benevolence j!I fair to describe them. He i is universilly" resperted I It with1'n whom his heait t loathed ; be had i en'iiely' f failed, prices have advanced twenty I ceedin. of I ; I ) m ,

ofl''ejiiig: l;. ; and kindness ofJt'mfl"T, lie is uni- !'I i iverally and by those who know him warm-: t' sought out I the ,tierce and w longed spirits of M 1"1 cent. 1 ne stork! at the close tins year i' j' rnadge '; ; !

regarded as.. : Useful' l, : !'j 1: ly. .beloved. the I l.lll, and! had: I breathed into I them, (he madness smaller than ever IJelul'. '| ire their lring.'j: ,
',Ie Judge. U11H'tleUdinc.I're.f"cla I ------ I i of) revenge.. He had drawn his sword: Yara: leaf ba' been in good] demand, :lr lll. I j Ilhc still mo .

to trim I A Pirate in the South :ag'iinst his country he Ind fanned rebellion ring lIme year the q-JotaMons? were .
:.u %v'i- find() JI"If! Iiiii) l of V>rHe i j A'dltir.'ts.el I ; ) supported. : follow: it.
iOa. was nominated I by Mr. Van BIJ. :': arrived at the Cape of Hood Hope, gives the i! II; a flame, and it had been quenched in I tinI I .\tlhis !
ICU Khortly before tht tpnnination of tlut l i following accounts of .in I r lIIJlood.-le I bad 1 fallen, miseiably! fallen, St. D.miingohas) ; met with prompter sa'f'. pace! !
i falling
::t'II"I'IPr'siI'nc" ). ,priiicipally on account will a pirate :: : ali I was dlllll'llll I ) die the death! of a traitor. 'I than for MMIIU* years owing to the scarcity of"Iwih i!I" Make xviy: %
of Ids October 2, 1S49. At ) hihut T'jC: door of I the d'injieon : seed Ic
political feervices aid: devoted Tuesday day : | opened! ali! a f :time :
h1.s.! < I II I" is til, bony, alula with hi.th; ,'I calm cloudy weather ; : strange suil in sight light form enteied and threw herself into his I I the t six month*, the stock of 1 the (

cheek hones, ali J thai k complexion! an J I look* tu the ea"Uv4rd. At 8. A. 'I.. she nude all'I '(! arl The softest I light of summer (;'!! upon manufactured tobacco has been exceedingly! ,1 and almost ; '! !

a. il'he had om* InJi&n .iilooj in his veizu.-. I f sail, and bore down, with a light breeze, f,11, ,:| ihe. pale brow, and wasted cheek of his once I small: :and prices have: consequently' improved I i j ''rihlrl, ;
'i I Hit I e. ,mind is narrow in its conceptions and I ;: the southeast. At 1 10, the stranger hauling! !Sy r'': btiHiiiifi' wife.i neaily m "iO p'-r' cent. .\ good( inquiry xvas :j of these !

I limited in its investigations' and his Mv lei i .I her colors up, we hoisted onrs.t I l she i .Edward my dear I: Iward)," saMhe; I perceptible during, ; the wholeear.! j to obtain \ f

rruJe and conftt cd. Hut his I learning i is ac-1! i I i I fired a gun to lewaid. \Ve immediately: shor- : ; I have come to sate you ; I have n'a'III'I The following; is the total amount of the se- j I of the mm _

curate and. his deductions" ate sound : i|' 'tened, sail: and hove too to 1 wind and Ilil.I i yoj alter : I ihousind dillicullie.s, and!, I thank I gars imported duiing I the year : I j moved by

H" often disM'nt from the iniority] andc1'.1( the :|I ed! *' where Horn and where bound' ;" he then' (;C my piirp<)se is 1 l.arPCU'IJ" I -Mille.! Qr. P.x" Lge. fits I j i due another '

Ootm, and not unben'ienlly in ftror of I ordered a boat to be hoisted out and "ent on, 1 i j Misfortune had slfcldld i ibeproiii I heait I City of Havana 12i I 157 ti3,59l: I 473: undeniable I '

Rights;; His atUcbments to tlicbe tender:him tall\ boiid: will the, captain ; lie was 111'1 I ilfll. I manboO'l) ; and, as the husbind: pressed Iii of Other parts of the is. 1,053 l,;I lf(> !, occuired, I :
t a valuable member of the ed that boats were all in board pile, to his
Comt. His amt.ibility uurltr ie- wif. }UWI, a tear ticmlilcd! on his Ireland.: I : ; ,! _
and honesty arc universally conceded ; pairs-when, alter( some d.ly.: he a l\tr if we !' f'n'a. : 11,143 S:, ln: 002 ,
; ,
'lawyers say that his opiuiun'H'\'J) when in theininon'tv 'I were corjiin/ !. He W:1 tll'n told alain the, ,: I j, Irive not deserx'ed] / ,this kindness] ," he Total about) -11,235 1 I Ths ; (
hv ,the
: ; are. sound and correct. : )boats. I weie. all secured, illoall lie then i! l,illrrtillr.'f I in n /liriL-f>d l tiktin (.fI"II'-_ Duriipsiie) 1 (gars'l're inactive i : request. 1! pr _
.'%eLi 10 nun, and on me exirerne ,njjni, isJhe saiu I JOtS not Mgrmy i -you mtisi t come" i i "IMwaid/ ," siiii Ins wife in a faint low I and prictswl lppOrl'll) ( I were' placed

pi ,ice of SenatorVoodbury: of New / We immediately hoisted out the cutter. The |! voice, which indicated extreme and feaifnl: i AIII'spd, are Ife prices, and stock at the of : I : .
Hampshire. He has long )b<;.n a man of note. I Cap not wishing lo go, I went on board. j debility, u we have. lot a moment 'to lose.115y close of the .year : I undeniable.

As Governor a lt Judge' in. his own State, and j He then asked me where horn and wberej I an exchange of garments \ou will be able Stock on hand. Prices. once moved :
I ion and l
as Senator: Secietary of the Treasury I|i bound. and what the cargo consisted of and to jnss) out unnot CI"J I Has'e I: or you may ) et Jan. 1 Jan. 1. cUI '

j; here, he has ben distinguished, for fidelity I It) if we had any guns or ammunition on board. 'be lou )ah". nothing for me. I am a ISoO) 1840.i- 'i Jon the spot,
his parly, and for unwearied study and labor. Vfler consulting among themselves in Span j I woman ; :all.llllri i not injuie me for my ]Kentucky, Virginia & X. C. hds,1.,JGO : al 0 as before fn :I

He is nearly tix feet in height of round and ;, ish, or Portuguese' they told me to go 01''|jcfioits I in a dearer than life i !.jar.\ land and Ohio hhds. U'l 3jalO() I never house.Talmadge. J

compact form, Wf'l moulded! features, a prom, I bo'trd. She then, came under our J"II. and i i I 1,1 ." Connecticut seed leaf, cases. :200 8 a21! 1 court

inent and bright cye, that at : distance ap I I a.ktt our longitude, which was 21 deg. : .I "I Bul Margarel I ," said I the Ilhllalr. you Pennsylvani! leaf: ; cases.100 1 10 u24- ]
pears dark, but on a nearer view is seen to be min. west ; latitude 21 deg. 01 I min. south.: } look sadly ill. You cannot the air of Florida l seed lcaf ca es. 70S: 12 aGO of the people ::

: bluish ijrey. He i strictly temperate :in his !' Thf schooner's longitude was : deg. 0)::I this dreadful: cell." Havana: -ISO; !20 a50 i der as
habits, drinks but min. west. She then stood ( "Oli, ( tmba do. 929 15 aid one of the !
nothing cold wa>r, and nota away lo the, speak not to me, my dearest( Edward : : :
great deal of that, and works with surpass northeast, and fired a qmnlily of mu kets off. I ," ,:t.lllw devoted wonrm ; hI I can rndurt Yara do. 11 I ever ,

ing rapidity and eanc"tnt"s. He has great \'c sa''' her during the aftrool, sometimes an}-thing for your sake. HaMe, Ivhvard!, St. Domingo) do. 800 10 allIt !
talent: (for; research, an-J 'his opinions are I 11 before the wind, 10nlimes lying to ; appn.1 and all will /be wel;" and she .id"t with a will be seen by (lie foregoing quotations The Suny b '

crowded with its results. As a reasoner he j| renily wishing! (to keep in the same lon i'ldt"' trembling! Irind, disguise' the pruud form of that Florida tobacco brings the highest price :ant it is (to I

is cogent and accurate, but not concise; and is': :, She was a Iwo top.fai schooner, with a i! 11'1 husband' in female ::h. of any in the market. In \'ieoflhe aIJIIJ. more gentle

apt to pend too uch labor in proving what j j fore royal and main topgallant: sail, and a j *' Fa re well, my love, rny preserver" whis ant crops and high prices of her three great than IJ) i

ouhut lo be acsumcd: as settled. His decisions: large main stay-sail-the tin-sail hauled! )"n'd I the husband: i in I the ear of the disguised s'aples! colon, sugar and tobacco, Florida prosents endoes, to I '

Would be I the better for j runing and I thinning, | d )' ,in the head; -i large gun amidship! j wife, as the officer bternly reminded the sup1'idv great temptations to agricultural enterrkpthe friendship, F.I

'bjt ff: tt. growth is deep_ rooted an vigorous.ti I i looking_ .over, the. rail. upon" pivots. and tUjl I"J'd, I the time :dlvlttlo her visit- hid-- s ,, lands are new and cheap her facilities lears of I
is a very awe" juage. .AS a ponucian, ne gaiinm II\OIK" tii around With a nangway IX p1 red. lo market good, and her climaio and i i commend u* i )
always been dent crat' lad to unship-which) was all and; Farewell healthfulness tineqallfd.Xetrspapcr sunny side ;
ta a ) and a sup;>or- car we Ehall not meet again," responded ;
tel of ; ready) for action' when I was with the who has t
SOl1111er lights' no Not lliHr I / : 1 wife, and the husband ( out \
could be more acceptable to the '( t mlcracJ Inl' t 1 u men attending! the large gun. The fire pl.t- unsuspected, and escaped' tho enemies pissed of his Credit system.-Tho correspondent and is ever i '
uf the South as a Presidential candidate.' ces Wf'.lllltlfmd. on deck before the gun; life.I i 1 uf''the Ilallitiorc Patriot, speaking of livion h over t

Wt will now look to the left 01 the Chief and gratings on hatches.! She had a did meet t the National Intelligencer, says that ihe out- man we
They but
Justice. Tb first is Justice! from j billet head] carved and) gild on the stern. again, only as the dead standin" debts due to that establishment are aye, in our I
Wayne t in the awful ,
I l of another
Oeor-ifi She (to far c cominunings estimated at 8100,000. ,
'hat .. formerly a member of Congress from I' appeared carry ( aft. Thp wot Id. A fleet ion had borne up I till her elcitions We doubt not that there are other subscription :
State' and a t two head men were Spaniards or Portuguese canker-worm
warm and ;
litical very personal po the I were accomplished in the safiily of her hus ( the of which can tell bat ),
friend ofSccreiary t interpreter was either Scotch or h. If papers proprietors cept
Fortyth. He is lr band
an I and when I the bell lolled! the
on mor. sad as the above. The "
had been valuable as a story one given deliver us !
:rxccedingly our think
handsome nun .about feet cargo anyway j
10'ocbfsbigh ) row, and the pri oner's cell
: was opened, the loss of ofthe kind is less i
of but they t would' have plundered us. every paper no on an
stout graceful figure, ruddy Their color guards' : found wrapped in the habiliments of than !
complexion! fine teeth anJ clustering, wivy "f'e, blut.\bi'e.11tl' ", or IJhd\hi'' .IJlack, t heir d .ziitseul \'ictiU pain beautiful
We knew instance which occurred
hair, now mingled with with a yellow two in the mid. an in this (lie tomb, )
; eyes of
graJ'I' couiteous the .
ia! manner, and wilh a tone of lefinement in die of,the white ; and there was a look-out at corpse Wi city a Ii\years ago, where an old (btn dishmenl of the soul. I i I : .

his elocution and address that are pleasi"5 the for 'IJ.ll mast head. was compelled lo fail, at tho same lime delights;: ; and } t ti 1 i ,
He has cultivated very Elcrgy.-Encrgy is omnipotent. The its outstanding debts were not less than $10- i of gnef is I
timed (II i it said not without graces and be hah: G rcrn.r CriUenden in The clouds t that surround t the houseless boy of(to. 000, not t one quarter of( which was ever collected l leclion. then I t
success) to in dificulty.-
favor with the :. day are dispersed, and he is invited I to a pal. by the assignees. The late Mayor Russe siva agony
copious mind-is ladies. He has: an ingenious people' of Madison county, Kentucky, have i ace. It is the work of energy. The child once attempted to draw: upon his subscribers. most loved,

"on, but lacks fluent and rapid in ('xprct., I presented to the G01"CrOr an illl'lise bullock who is a beggar this moment, in few years lo One of these ordered him lo stop thc meditations t f ,

meat Bnd'i conciseness, lucid arrange I weighing two thousand pounds. In his core tuny Maud forth the admiration (>t angels! piper. 'I'l be-' said he if I \iI take loveliness.l
(r. Ife is 1 however, by no Who has not seen the ( who duns to for (
life-giving of rom man me from the
meant deficient in 1(1(1 acknowcdging tho compliment, the Governor I power energy :paper pay I Iil ; I ;
cal character. learning, O\'CI of a techni. ? I makes the wilderness to bloom! as !I' The old f fellow had read use paper for throw a

Neil lo is says : I the rose ; whitens tho ocean ; navigates: our twenty years without paying a cent to its pro. gayety, or
Ilir Judge Nelson, a man of "I can hardly imagine how I toget rivers levels ; Herald.JKFFERSOX .
!*nd&ome features am ever I ; mountains; p \\'CS with' iron a prillu.-JOSwI hours of ] L
I so expression bland and gentlemen-like to much beefconsumned ; and in this difiicnliy hi.hwa. frml State lo State ; and sends DAVIS has been re-elected for the song
: O'gnified' yet very in courteous! in manner, and I wish 1 10 be certainly understood that J I F ougl, with the sped of lightning, messages Senator from the Slate Mississippi. There ry ? No 1 (

I much good easy deportment. He posseskcs consider you and all Madison men, who may (rom one extremity of ,the land lo the other. were two ballots. On the first DAVIS had 01, sweeter than ; }

}t >er. His sense and i i. an excellent lawl visit Frankfort, as under especial obligations Without energy, what is man ? A fool, a Burton 33, all others :31. On ihe secondal'JI of tbe dead, ; i

apprehension i is not rapid, but he to come to my house and assist in caMng ii." clod. D.\'il' had 73, Barto 37, and 1 others W charm of the

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oo--r! to.set himself down, and 1 The Union. Honest Sentiments.We .
shady II .
in, some
Icfori! ian & Journal.nRT and thus presenting is; to the :orlh divi.ded I Meeting Philadelphia. 1 I "The.only mode lott for preserving Ihe Union .
} Wo have looked over I he proceedings of a make bimsl'JfVi l'r ; an- presently, come I *; hate read a s:'*>ech nudn Iy t tf!,,.
household.: The case of (j iilo tike sucJia stand i1Hln.1I{ ruin pel tn- i>rfli jj(
- - and.: large uip *tiiij of the (flue Democracy) of the alon with my slate: ; I but they say, n) you to calculate ils value.! That value has rr beenan.tK I! I IC. Love, in the 8:'nan of Georgia *
e, TuTCMsTT' C. E. DYKE t the lIt, i is very diffeient.!; Gen. ay.or don't. ; they shut: in" out of it, hcaisc I happen likely !long to /ntin'ie lo be incalculably! greaterto 'i resolutions of tint Sfatw n.ii tb*

rairons( 1\: !) rrut-rets. was :t candidate for office, an J the people Ild. City and County' of Phil.ulelphia: held on t ihi22J I to Ima property :in negroes, which they tht-ra than to I: The drift of their policy now I relating tottiirs mt0n; ,i

.- -___-- --- ---. a right to Know !I.L; f>cntiments upon: an imolnnt Tebiuary, ; iU"\\'or.ufthe Constitution and iccogiiized when they took: me into the parlnfrhii I is.t:1 iniifiiJi'i! a Union of I dominant? North, with ; and pabiUh Horn it the f llinvjn,, p

Saturday: : Iffaroh 9, 1E50. theViltnct Pt'o.uncoiistiiuti'n'i the Union:: and against! ihe fani'.ical t :: efi'ulso: >, hat which Ihl') are nut willing now' | ihe humiliated an.I sub'.vt Srtuthv5nly' difT.TPiitI I Irarf.: It will be seen that Mr.' Love it\cj"
: : tnntter. Ursine* : > I t fmra that j'fet and equal Union which! our talli; rsbciuvathfd '
I[ to recognize! and} want to !!ike! all! I the proper; I.II I il!J'in his coticemnaiioa of
fie-soil The ; the ,
-- = : :: ----- ihe abolition 1 and J iiatois.: | | : The* \\illh'Ji i l t destroy lie Uri'n tvi..urlativn put Genera!
at Madipon.fiZT I \S", an 1 m\surt ii opposeduW.ighom I ty. Now, lie] *. phiUiithr.ipic; : ; ; lId] I'n"r'HI 1 ; ( and I} tinny, unles we prt.'S'fvIt bj I Tayor! has played in the formation I I
I of
Mc.ting .
{ thr South as u gricvoa, wron, : Pennsylvania says ; partners al once lt'giuluii, :O\'C'r. that in (the I! s-oncll.in: ( ; rnoreetlectue than mere Jeji.'ativc rcso- a Stoj l l'I ,
; Thc'C irijJ &r in d' *' It wa, n tiuih a mMvt' r nu-etjnz. The Inu- there i i. that !utiO'is; or, failing of tbal.prucnea. l*>ast cur own j I Government in California.Ve! : doubt
U'haJf the Consiitution of weighs
a rr.'th..g' Ger T*\ Jor. it tie to ihe Soath: or m utter slavery, a thing: n G
i i :enndrdcnefr1Ifl( iH parts ol I Ihisgie't cilyand rights arid! hb rl ie:. 'Whoever will cast an, \eto th" i lhatMr.! I.. speak tl:" honest
the Svu'Jicrn ('zi'cnij'. h-Ml: :y ; :wJ; r the lull, cbIt; !! nf }holding oY rJJO on their conscience Now, I have no objection fiscal action ot f the Frderal Governmt-nt Iroin i': senlimeati Of
& was filled 1 to surtfC.ilion' before tivlioTir'oforgaiuaiion \ to man professing to be a philanthropic it i many Southern \Vhig3 ou this
1om:1Y.; : the 11th f March being lhcjutfiftftt aainst! n rneaitire ho'.tili. to both. pl'r.II' j a establishment( the present time, nut see how subject ft
t -masses: finding If Iinpo'siblcto : man, if he is willing to be s:> at his comes to pa3. that the North,with barren scilstLinno1ntabIe cannot be denied that 1 the course tho
: JJ/ Sprit Torn of the Circuit; C, urt.DKMOCKATS obtain entrance. Tlifc enlhiuia-m! watirrcpiMsible -; own cost, btif do 1:01: let him get a character : climate' and no greatsfaplcs for export Admit _
AcD WIIW.Gv. 1 The Isne.I Irom the b( innirrs lo the cad. The cheers has grown more rapidly in wealth, and its attendant istration- has pursued in this matter hts bccn
the ,f f another. Now I his i is
at cost exactlythe
I The issue, cays the Souh! C-.oiuill, is at antI apj'lau<f I the rcasrfci prcscht were burMs ()f r ( impiotemcnts than the South, with her genial climate deadly hostile to the dearest interes' ''
--.- overpowering acclimation. >nd when a small knot I position in which these Stales are placed, fertile! soil, :and rich and \'arinl staple! '1 he \lI
Brown's Letter. last dos' upon uf, and it cannot! bo long 'before of Free Soili-r* iittcinoicd to mlermjit; (lie ino /tins., ill regard to the !territory! acquired. That: Union h3 a vast pecuniar value fo the r\orlh.ftnd South. California: would net be found Kuoci,

The Scnlincl thinks none of "tir lJitnri 1 lsor ; the question of ILl ndmi<*ion of Culifor.nU fh and! rebuke t-niphjli 011!?!ilia.)" Dcirocracy \\as stern, conmanJiiijj, I territory: hnhe will heiilate tong ere's>e rushes to its di' oltJ. I ing for admission at this time, under clrcum.
lion, when have them tocor.ttru-
( shut ;
; \Vilmot i isdecided. alone, nor; by the.: west-biit I by the north and we : brought
Communications a "aihw"! tho le'.ter of with !her piotico l Coustilutiol The Hon. Chailes: UrotTn, late member: of r pLate seriously! aod calculate accurately its imm. nscvalu stances of gross outrage to the South, but for
As hi\e stated, the Koiith P.'id esst and west. Lok 1 to the battlefields -;. It 14 Iith time should have a freaih onder the
we : we unwarrantable and
(;0\'. ISnowx, impeach )his 'moment* oramr repeatedly Congress, r'sLTd.! In I his opening speech,,, ( in Mexico : the m:>st brilliant; tictorieswon !fandin.onnel/ariia.: "-n
e of reasoning.Ofr.e nnj sny, with nl! :IJli'( i'llfllll territory as a State, \ ill her Mr.: Ilrown briefly alluded! to the objecl of the :, in that war, mil I youwill fiJ: at ihe cr, (nt/a ) ihe ptrt: of the Executive oflhe United Sittej .

difference, lhat; it is ditfieult lo impt"ich1Itl present Constitution, and recognising her prc- j meeting, and then passed |ki I the examination: I heaJ and front of I ihe deadly; breach, the \\'o commend, the good sense expressed in with her fairs, und iho assurances made r to,

!. sent boundaries, will be a inure monstrous southern, ma'i anil t tl.e northern I man, both ox her peuplo: through T. Butler
dmii of the d lllciiltics King that
between the ,
(j the South than the ofany ailing our hug (to the hi:i.tliest t pinnacle of
that the Idler contain abundance offi'nid declamation outrag upon passage sections of the Union D.d) our limits permit,, earthly glory.! TIltlt'rlniald: iheir best t fleeting men. Who lcJicnthnt the North greas could not give them a goternmrr.t, aaj

with one or two tcry indifferent( atlrjnptja.1 proviso.We we tvoul.l publish! this excellent uddrobsentirc.Wo ho..l! (to I be shed upon t that soil I, an-l t they are will persist in her insane awaulls: upon th" that consequently I hey must t either institute! or.tfor > 1

t wit, we have discovered veiy little ofnrjwnent see announced, as a Southern \clor)', have lo.xn, howeve/, but for iho follow now denied! I the right lo remove tviih theirproprtv South, if i-he 'becomes satisfied that herir.j'is-' themselves, or remain under military: nil!?.

it> it. The Htithoriiy of ..tlexndcrIIaiuilton I the action: 0:1 Root's resolution: in the lul-c I It ing extract : I li) that; acquired l.uul. Think you Union I U'e admiie, the candid manner in tvlich Mr.
lice will lead dissolution! of the ?
I -the! proviso defeated'*-and other I I t hat they would have: fought had I hey believed : to ix Loto
eten upon \thich it relies, is rathei I \irot No nnn r".n hut} hise os to ihe flct, thr 1 rtpnvs ilujiiicily of the Arlminiitri.
j thai w"Id'C: : been denied the Ii it not (clem Jy evident that she is even now
1, sjn'l! than in favor of its cotirs" of leason. captions heralding in saij \vtl; but a slight the I'nion i'in danger-and i tint: dative: they ; I privi. ,j' lion in thU Jnisini'ss ; und cur gratification ia I
I lo th it 1I"l"illll"unlil, i its alarmed ? And what has caused her to hesitate ano
gt upon l peopleare :
iJ;." Spfnkfnj; of tlI! f (Torts flf tim States ]e ,'xulinutiol: will show that I the 1aJ ting i: oft how: the aii'i I'FirevVil" out of an.I.\t.olilil.liIIllO\'llIlents the 1 attempti, tu cany into et'e! <]::1! politically; org.usiz; ? I ask.: K IhU just' ? and even titlk nbout compromising dirti-.: HI lie enhance;! from thw recollection! tLjt I

lo oppose the encroachments of the General resolutions! upon the tablo! was tn<:ieh' a 110:1Jitposiiioi : fl'gar.J \ I w.'urllak! longer to you upon I this snhiect! this !same gentleman: in the Presidential can.
less ake!:: ol the f'elings, the interests and ctllties with the South, but iho attitude the
Government Hamilton ( to take} any action: upon tho subject I 'but I hold in my hand ipsoiuiions jet to be vas of 18-16, happened to be in
sats our
: city
j the i lights of the S-tullj. At the lime nf the! [ South has assumedVho? : i is mad enough to anJ
The Legislature [flf the different States,] j i until California Knocked for admission. formation of I the P diM, and I he adoption of' lead ; lilY voice: I begins lo fail and I am laboring was prevailed! upon to belabor the supporter! !
believe that the Wilmot! proviso would! Ia'obeen
tinder heaJ.iche but I
will have better moan of infoinuticn. [than i Upon this i cj'iefction the battle has to be fought, the Federal Constitution, the whole !subject cfslavery a can say, t hat of Gen. Ca'5i in a speech at the Whig Cl-ik
I if my head acl Q my heart does not.I voted down in the House of Representatives ,
the General Got eminent ) can di cotor the : was \\.llulh'J"oIl.uJ, as it is
; they and Olt' it must come acknowledge.ment now ; to the satisfaction nnd
I ,1 I feel} that the occasion I Ij It great delight of hit
I upon present ; but H, the noble' .
the danger at a dutance, and powsinjj all the and I the men: who (founed I I themveu i ((I'nll I r stand our Congressmen
1 of our lights; or the diHllulul of the Un ) j -I'I'alIhe t sentiments of I ihu 1 line Democracy.j Whig brethren. V'o rej j dee that he is bon
organs of civil power and lite confidence, lti as philanthropicvke i l ft oil! patriotic as I llu,";- have taken, and the encouragement theyhave

the people! they can ut once adopt a iegtil.tr I' ion. ofl the psesent ,IThe I I'nion: : of the hearts. j I a!k you to rally! with me upon I ihe platform received from their constituents ? And est and independent eno-igh: to nckno\vl-dg! ,

plan) opposition, in which they can combine I And, here i is the point At which, In all proba.bility ItS ,n'lus the St-ites: of the North; and. South j j"f the: Constitution, and to say thai: I hat sa. after a year's experience, th.it Gen. Taylor is
I instrument shall! not be tiolated! t for thej shall ice : because the is
all the it-sources: (.f I the community.% They\I the lecieant lepietcntatives! s of the: ]!I! -lie i institutions: formed Ii) I them-the equalj i. enemy nut what his supporter represented him to bi
j sake the of
can rctt'lily cownunicatc viih each! other in the.Jitfcrcu !. South: will falter. Clay, Houston, and) pioba- I j I :t ty of lights they termed-and the obligations, : carrying of men who 011t/have t no-tract banded opinions t themselves abainl yielding, apparently I Iud talk about giving up: and expected to find him ;

States, imd imiic trith their CO.1l1n01I. I i hey irnpOMul we Irive: met lo night to !)e1-. I the Proviso, but at the sime lime claims the

Jorect, in protection vf their common liberty." bly others, under! the specious pretext of the pctua'e. No nritter, \\ hut imy be nnr notions together as a Ia fly. adoption. of a measure, not a whit less f.ital, to I u I am a Whig and never expect to be any.

Could his Excellency lute made a rnon' UU. right of the people uf Cnlitbinia'; to Ironic a of.1 1 it cry ; our ol I.ligati.JJj: t < (to the I! Union, asul I The} Resolutions! adopted! ;] ale in harmonywith the South: than: the Proviso,-the admission of.1 1 thing else, and-I most deeply regret that I

Cnntiutitl'i tote fo her udnU: :lu. It its con: >tiiit.ona: gu t ratitees aol: requirement-, I the speeches. On the whole: we can :, have not only to difF'r with tome of my political -
fortunate 1 Have nut the! Lrgula. California with Constitution
quotation a excluding us lends! this
in the} Senate ate given in behalf a re paramount: and higher ol.li) ali'm. Under but: IILillhi'I demonstration by the l l'mo. ,! on floor but also with th,
tures of the different Southern, States "discov.i Souttr"otrs thc e, we have n'-.c-n faster and l j t I"ot : from the whole! of lhat vast region ? Nay, )he President of the Uniietl: States, in regard to
of the applicant, she will be admitted.; ; cracy of) the It'Stonc State, as an orn" n for
crcd the d\?'lgprdtng4'r not indeed '* at a and lived happier, I than any nation found in i I' Ji that would now seek to quiet the minds of our this malll'r.1l'n I first read the annual'

tisance! ," but at our very thieshhold! 1 And and the right t of the South theichy InII'I"t.' the records of l.i! ory. Destroy these, and; I good. We rejoice lo see among our brethren I- I people! with the fallacious plea that the North, message oflhe President: my heart sank withi .

I al. Heje, too, we observe tho recreancy of the most f far set ing into futurity( cannot tell I !i of ihf North t ", holding I the same ,political: \ i : me for a moment. But I would: not believe
11tll()' not in i Virginia, South Carolina, ic'I | ill .\ icJil/! ; the Proviso, gives up all ngamst,
I Ta lor
Sdwla'f Whig prints. It would that I how long free uit ii, I black: : or while, will inhabit : with a majority: of the people! of (the 'thai Gen. > would: throw 113 off in thu .
Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi 1 ? It nd Florida, to se"1 I II I which the South should contend as dangerous! and I therefore rend
their party: fealty holds! higher pl.ic!: j ii: thcii. these Slates, or where there would be a !I cheering, a determination to icspcct t the I Con II way again, and to ThY
fa) nobing: of the indications! ( IS('\ !IZi( ', decided I i : rood of t Il('C soil" for, their feet to stand: on.I I to her interests and peace, advises :i course I comfort thought I had done the old! hero injus'
e I than to ihe Soulh. i Rtitution and the of section of the
j loyally i rights fie
in favor of t this i Sonthetn Contention, in I tt'11 I know that many, even of those most earnest every I which: in cur judgment, lends inevitably to, in supposing' ; thai he was ag.iinst us upon !
\ iliiHtratiive of the ( of this luke- : I Confederacy.. It i is indeed giatifving to see this question. In
older lint they may be enabled' lo acl"1 a \ .f'lt I :In urging: tL'ir own peculiar; d I cliines dissolution. Nothing will save ttic Union but, I great recommending the ap. :
warmness, Ion," in the I5utinoif! : Sun, sap; : I I upon I the South, say: they do not dt'siru !I (the true States' rights doctrines nobly and I ,!1phie tt ion of California to lw ndmitted as a
and tiiiitt with : determined stand the of
regular plan of opposition" a uinielding on part
State the fivorable
I "I I am sorry to find' I that an idea is pieta- i he dissolution of t the Union-that the South I correctly defended.! I Ifll.cil.d t truths thus i i; I h consideration: of Con.
their f in the protection of theircommon II I the South. What has caused the Union 1 he careful l
common)( uI( CF. before will med 'Pl"C,3 was to say that her conslitu.'lion .
lent at the North, and ill yield they secede and iflhl'rdu
I among Illlllt'f If'l I ; boldly! 1\111 1 clearly enunciated, could but t
1iiertvV'. How ee, we suk, can con- : hrtie, that :the) conflict, i if the question' come 1 to I | secede, I thet. will IIC compelled to sub i penetrate iI)48 in New York Philadelphia! and other ''! should be free from, "constitutional: ol}.
I ihe minds of all who "flhe, "
("1 1 ()t f action be brought nbou:, hut b) con. one. will begin a among t the! : of the Souththemselves I mil by foice. Tlio-e who iea;on thus are arc ignurnnl I places, but ihe stern and threatening looki of jt'clioll A II thought I, he is ;tltuing' to

cut! :tiou; in common cUncilI$ ? admit] that} L I ; and this is iii pole, IS a rtaslI fo grossly deceing: themselves as to the, temper Constitution ; and if ihe generous, just scnti.: the South 1 This i is so clear that he w 110I |1 Ilht' slavery restriction clause, and if lhat i U in,
and j intention of t the f I the South.They merits of the noble orators could soften the then old l Z tell will not countenance it.
I t' piecing! I the South: to the wall. ) people <> I "
there Is which foibeaiance) undeinigrejtion rnaread.. If relax efiorts
a point nt runs we our t lo And I luo'icil! again ihe !
The L .reason of this idea prevailing at Wash j jitigton I are united, (to a mm, in the dc'leirnina-; [ hearts callous, cold-blooded! fiend?, we would I I and I to corictui of the
ceases to be a 'irlut'a I unite concentrate Southern: and read his
point feeling we
mcs-age. eloquent Janjjmge in
lion their domestic
[: I ) lo I protect I ; I iranquility I and ,
witn restoration harrnonv and kind I
where iiance? to Federal mtirpation nrut is simply! that n Ire majority of theWhig .. I their constitutional: I tights i in i the Union: iflhev I i soon a ) I invite: continued] and more powerful assaults I repaid to the Union, its glory, and his wishes

commence, or all will be lost. How shall that' presses betray. n culpable! lukewarm-: i can ; and if t they cannot: I Ihm protect I thorn, t ii;, I offices between all the members of this great t Any thing the South can do, or any well digested I for; its pe malll'ncy.nd then it occurred lo

point be wisely fixed, but by consultation: I? i iWho ness upon the (j'i"V.on, and very many}' cl f !i defend; their li-ihts i ; out of it. It i is not now as I family of States. schemes for cansultalion and mutual 111', who wu- it ih.t> was threatening a dissolulionot : .

them are avowed of th-j Na-htille! (i it was when G"n. Jackson: i""u"d hi proelain.ilion And whit has caused this glorious re-action ? the Union ? The South.: And upon what
is able! tl conceive the mischief opponent j reference the .
to 1
) ourcause : understanding having lo security ?
contingencies the
Why, cf
the tiiilliiiers/ of South upon
I Contvntion. : ng.iinst I Ca ridi What but the conviction! that, much as the passage
likely to grow out of one State taking: j 11She then v od] alone-all i the other southern i, of our rights-will tend lo preserve the the \t fmot Proviso by Congress, or any otb-

une position: nncther u difleient one, and a I, The same corresponJent, \\'li\g\ \ ly the : Slates i repudiated'u her nullification I i I and re -forbearing South values our glorious Un-; Union and the equality of the States ; WIlt} !' |Il'r act which would! deny her a fair and JIM

third yet another, until uu two thai! occupy j jccair.on w.1l--S) s : I: fuwcl to m.tke coininon cue with her. Now i! i'Hi if driven lo (he alternatives, of submitting: the opposite course--a truckling, whining, j participation in the recently! acquired territor-

t I they all fion the the ; lo wrongs! pertictiattd through its machinery, ries. To my mind the President had said hoWliLhtI
ground. Insistence mmt begin some j jv &As coilian as the capital} "]., if Cali.fornia .. I are : Cl'eMpeake lo i I'io Unioii.Ioving course-will only excite ihe 1
lie admitte-l an indepfiident I State, and j Grande; i -united, 1IIJIl mind and in one de and secession as the only remedy II) which I i interpose! his power to prevent theticoiitingences
--her vhrri ? Shall i it l h when CaIi1 j jii of enemies and rob of all I!
;- e : termination. Bc J'II..t them contempt our us ; from ri-in2. and I felt relieved.
:lcar of and independent' of other meavires, j to I ; respect their she c.in hope for safett, she n.tit t and willchoo I
Jl iia admitted: 01: \'1it'n tlr Pcnisois i pass j tteteH be no compromise cither now or IIcrtl i feeling; *! and lights, as yoi: would I hey shouldtespect I the latter. opportunity of bringing them to a "fresh understanding But, sir, the mes-nge which;' he has I Jitelysentj !

.,.. = ,_"- .1.....". i. nl./Oi"Il': tJ iii j the lis I I fi-. 1 1alier t Ii .. youis( ;, and this I form'uUbl". leaqu1. I Va!e ''' ]! '.?" i.; :, ; ;** ,.". .tme of the ban:. i **-toat is, of thi"IuJ.a I'j tO, the.. t House. ___.n.in nns\\er.i.w ."wua to a resolution IL ia.i irorn of that

counsel iB len.andetJ'iiisitronimon! ground m\\ I .the lights of the | coplu i.t't t the South !j p Ii ilurVtmur 0'unr/Twiii* mo 'direst calamitics I ngfjrievcu Mates t n> such a critical moment t VII mi uu wu wiurtmam in tee Union I eyes, and I am bourvl fo see his true p.witirn.! my '

Le (!'1 pj J. Ci>J)"utaU! .>n i is necessary, that I were gone ; tlH1 would be iillle:. mateiial j in: an, will hour.: be dis Should"-ote.-l! we r.s refuse l In an electiic these! shock, |' to-not only$ keep aloof but-repiuiiato the I I and Sir, political I station; t and ephemeral! : popularit .
to (hem Ignorance
so on.
any who nre tco forward: may be restrained, left for further concession, when all! we had: ; as certainly a!. that we ]have a Union, they, proposal action of her immediate friends and I The I ) ue only to be a't-iined, and retained by

any that arc too backward maybe stimulated. !I to concede was alieady smuggled from us.- I ittill with!:'themselves I fioni it ; and noth"};. neighbors ? To be more plain-is it prudent, Srn1i"cllhillks lhat we know but little !I, htpocriny, or a suppression Of my trus: s-'nti- :

Unify! of plan and purpose is alorc all price. Hymns' of triumph would go up from every I i lug I but Miperior power can keep them I in it. is it g-nerouj ? would it not !he presumptuous: : Southern of the feeling Contention.of our parly: in the matter of the ;I1 I men's know, of let but(them one pass ruin away by which from to mo be forever.

It id doubtless that, thn widest Oftllis I need not *pcak. No such fo'ly( I if not perfiiioui an 1 sniciJ.it cowardice Our neighbor is in guided
important I free soil temple in t the North, whilst the South:I be attemptwill We ? j, riih-r in private or public: life, and that Uto
tcheme of defence thould be adopted ; but it i ii> might sit in sackcloth and ashes, and ever made. I would: Si), however, for this nung and feeble State! lo separate error. know perfectly well the \'icwsand.:i .i act always in accordance with conscientious
that while! I think my
tJ'Jr perpetuation' : of the I (feelings of the of
infinitely] more important that whatever tcheme I for the degeneracy of her own union of this great family American States herself (from her elder .sister?, and permit them Democracy Florida on this conviction. d I light and ( llr.r.: l. sir,

is agreed upon, thcngh not faultless! shc uld be Ion again writes speaking bCns.I of the expectedspeech bo-md together in bonds of I fraternal afTl'clitln,, unaided by, her to achieve our common deliverance I question. We do not prclesij: (to say thai there I 1 I lei it throw me where it will-bo the consequences
I is not here and there to myself whatever.
engaged in with entire unanimil)'. A plan of of Mr. Calhoun : looking to what it has done aol I will do f lor or be oveiwhelmed with a destruction a Democrat who doubts I I here in they may-Isav ,
place, and in ihe fice
my oflhe
nctiou having once been determined upon by Mr. Calhoun is to speak especially the the cans' ** of human rights and human lii ppi. which mut involve her too ? IJtil we the practical utility of the Convention, und try, that I(condemn the President his coiin-. 1
on C' > :r. o
ness, within and) who is II
without its to it hut
ihe great body of the Southern people, we question of admitting California. He. deems : -would! be borders, cannot deem so meanly of this people.! We opposed ; we Aioathat the in this matter. If, instead ofallowmg 'him""!i' t

hold that he who should then go against it, or it highly; : ) i important I that the South I should re. Mood, of millions cheaply of;its I be.t purchased t citizens, if by however the. I feel a cheering confidence, that the sovereign great mass of th" party: is in favor of it, and: ,;,; t';;, be misled by either ,mitvise or il1t rt'*'ed J
stand aloof because his particular: views had hist; : ure. I hear the same t>enlirnenK, our Union is lo 'be such a one as some people fllhis State will Misiain the course will take the necessary steps to have the State I!i; counsellors, he Iud taken n llrm! and bnM 1

from other Southern men. I If they, t ihe represented: in it I II "rand: in fivor of the J-'nuth, this whole! .
say of those no matter what be said q'irs.tion -
t abolition may
and lice :
soil I siigsos'ed their late
not been is better than the officer agitato's' desire by unanimous I
adopted, no North press the admission of California without Assembly, I i i co'ild and tvotil.J} I have be-'ii settled with. 1.
who, because his advice in a council of war is providing territorial governments, it will -the people; of one half ihe Slates: lobe I the and their present untied delegation in Con- by the croakers to the contrary. Cut mi hlwe out (litliculty: and fHomblto: us. Every |J

I' show that fecek constant subjects of contempt, abu' e. and a:. I And it well fur tin not retort very justly, and say to the Senti- Soul hem Jrtatft( wo'iKJ have ; '
not followed, should draw olf his command, they to strengthen themselves, ecsion-1 gre.vs. were people to do stood Iii) to him in
j gt iheirp"acedisturl,ed aud ,
from the battle ground, or enlist them on the and for the purpose of residing ih" estahaili.! imitated: by (the P"oflp of the other their half rilt until :I this speedily! and unequivocally, to counteract lid that Knows nothing comparatively of ihe unflinching ,!la1.tnx-th' North! would h:1'il'ldrd \

tide of the enemy.We I j ment of t 'ritorid1 government, without the tUey! are driven] out oflhe Union ior self-pro \I'h"1 ffl'-ct: c-f I that extraordinary t document (feelings of its [pall in the premises ? Does ) irs prin-iple: of sickly, philanihropj! ,

still hold ;that the Governor has acted: l i I Wilmot provivo. lection, and lh.'ii dragged into it again by I which lately emanated from the Executive that pnper fancy that the flippant: manner in I i given up its m-hate$t inj'i! ,' >mi14i. and peacoand

I Let not the people of ihe South be deceived !,!. force of arms,-it would bu dearly! purchased' Ofiice." which it has spoken of the resistance threatened j harmony been restored to our distracted .
and for t
most unwisely unfortunately our interests ec'untry. But
j i by the laying of Hoot's or other resolution I j i by a single drop of the blood of the meanest the South ; unhappilsthis was not
on by Northern
:,;, in placing himself in public opposition( to I sol.Jier in all the In urging this course, (the object is not to outrage, meets I fl.iiie. Mr.f President, in my opinion u hri lltjt'cI
the a: t that
table. The it.-
of the toy conquered
rally North
great will intimidate but with the approval of the mass: of its own par has dropped from the diadem of his for.
the proposed Southern C' ll\'t IJlit.n. Our Union, like this finds parallel! in I hat of Ire. I to convince. Our persecutor" !
be upon pressing into the Union, I I in this State ? Does it flatter itself that inerglory. But, sir, to the questicn.
Californi land with have Iried and still i ly t I
State Legislature, with tie: Governor; then in ICngland: Poland with Kussia, and ale t IrJillglo inlimidattwhy

office, :year ago, gave their unanimous approbation and the Southern men who aid them to do EO Hungary with Austria ; o'lly: ours would be / threatening us with all the inriginablc its stale attempts at being witty in this conI I Ths Her. Dr. West.We ;

will be no less traitors to their constituency worse, lor it would pron the curse of Cain, horrors I nection have been duly appreciated by the
of a Contention. Our three memo ofcvcry species of war ; let it be our see (from the Columbus that the 1
than they ht.d voted directly for the Wilmot both to the conquered an-J I the conq-ierors. Whigs cf Florida 7 We should indeed be I papers
bets of Congress, differing1 from themselves! in protiso. We are here to night {fellow Di'iiiwrat, to object to conduce them that, strong in conscious j i""jolly old: cock" w hose name is given above,
: to think the
many other respects, placed at Washington, -- ------- tiiistain no Union like: t this ; but thai of Washington I rectitude, whenever, if ever, the day of sorry course the Sentinel has been: ,i has bamboozled! and humbnggrd! the good 1
with the best means of knowing nnd judging, c- We congratulate the whig pat on the Franklin, JelT-rson; Adams and their trial comes, appealing the "God of battles," pursuing in the matter fpeaks the voice of itsown Il'le of Columbus in most magnificent style.-

cordially agree in the wisdom of having our ma; Led change in the tonc of the last Sentinela associates. A union of State, not brought in whom is our trust," we are resolved to ( party. We know: it does not. We !know The Sentinel that he commenced first
nor kepi together by force but like of ;that the of the of I says
stars miss Florida
Whigs will
State represented Nashville.. His Excel. change; so apparent, as to induce the suspicion Heaven and ; bide the issue, and art ready to pledge lo oui go with the ministers of tho several denomim-
Iptly :
IH'.WliJilIrf'prt'fpnled far the I farthest in
) had before him Mr. Cabell'g letter in in our minds, at least t that its sisters in persecution' our lives l fortunes as as t resis'anco lo Northern
Irncy I > editor is in our glorious star Spangled Banner, by the our encroachment and tions, the Baptist, the Presbyterian, and lbs

which he was told that every Southern State becoming aware of the fact that something gentler laws of atti aCtion. This, this i i. the and our sacred honor." aggression. There are I Methodist-that he occupied tho pulpits of the
.xccpt Delaware will be represented." Why more than chilling words of encouragement Union we have met to-night, to say, with! one I Bank Robbery. : some among them who would not, three all in one day, and the following
heart and in one vo.ce. in Iho of under any circumstances consent t to dissolution I
not, then, leave Florida to go with her sister is called for by the position of things. We j of the mighty rL ad language one \%'e learn from the Macon Messenger of I the a week began a course! oftecttzres 011 infilelity
"MfaT of the Union
ni: no matter the
States-unite with Georgia, South Carolina, suspect, too, that a new, though not unprac- rnr.SERvI" (nth! inst., that the Central Railroad Hank OJ; in the Methodist! church Two lectures bad
i j do with the
might Territorios
Alabama, Mississippi with the same unanimity iced, hand guided the quill for its last issue. Oilier Savannah has been robbed of a large amount the District ofi i been given before the real chaiacter cf ibo
speechesvere i
made the Columbia! the
/ inter-State
breathing or Slave t trade but
in behalf the Convention with hich We think we can discover a style not quite noble of its own notes-some SlOOOOO-IJJ I( George man was discovered. An investigation then
same spirit, to which, however, we can I thank God, if there ale such I
they suitan! it ? If nut approving it, which Wn, so familiar to us as that which usually marks only refer. One further : J. Bullock, Cashier of the Dank. The ac1 few any they are took place, anti I the Rev. Dr. was voted a
make be. in
extract number.
dreply to be regretted, ;\hy lot remain silent! ; that readable aer. cause it illustrates the glaring injustice we of, the 1 count of the robbery, published in the Messenger men: in the South who Fortunately so love ,the there Union arc few to I rank impostor ; the Sentinel opened its hat-

be had abundant excuse for not is as follows : as (cries, and 'blew him "
a North "sky high and the
e'pl'cal. in driving the Sou'h from be press
The Union
Meeting in New York. any participation willing to remain: in it on such terms.. But
the matter, if he believed, ns he as. On Thursday morning, Mr. theI'rcsLlent generally of Columbus h
The great meeting in the city of New York, in the fruits of the Mexican war. Col. Cuyler, when the organ oflhe Whigs Florida thinks passed him round"lo
sertc, that he was without constitutional / of thin Company, being absent in ( the no small confusion
pow. James : of the Doctor who,
at which it is tn'uL there Page, the Chairman of that its ,
the Committee
were is
some 10,000 Macon, attending lo business of ihe SouthWestern own party not tinctured with the leaven
er. But it is worthy remark, that the whole however, made
fight to the last
persons present, made up irrespective of par. on Resolutions, among other things, said : Koad, liulloch gent word to the other of disunion-lhat is to say, with a stern and has given
of the Governor' 6 is directed
argument not addressed I don't officers of the Dank that he would be the finishing touch to l the \;! ore! farce by announcing -
several absent
'IJ, was by distinguished want to bo an alarmist, but if this determination to resist, at hazard, the
to show that he wanted power" to follow the matter be not settled in the country that day. This created every in a hand-bjll over his own signa-
ppeakcrF, and by Gen. Scott. Resolutions upon a constitutional ha. no destructive_ and unconstitutional: tendenpios of
suggestions of our Congressmen, but to exhi. sis he Union suspicion. On Friday however he failed lure that be is "
vrcre passed in favor of and ( is in danger, and! it is time for to Northern a Bishyp oftkz: Protestant
bit the folly of the Convention : which indi- compromise, accepting the Democracy to speak in language that will return. On that night Air. Cnylcf returned f'lJqoacuncntU we have not the Episccpcl church ."' 1i

catcs that it was hostility to that lon'ment, as a compromise, the plan offered by not be misniiderhtood. I call upon you to ,. in the cars ; and the matter having .be on communicated s'fghtest idea that it knows anything! extensively Surely, no further is that y! > the .

:Mr.i Clay in the Senate. The South will not send forth the principles by which are to him, ho proceeded, en Saturday of the eentitpent of its own. party proof needed
of that you en.
deter .
want power" principally is
not Z consent to a settlement of the difficulty on such read'lo stand or fall-and give you the bat. morning, to open the vault, when it was discovered the question." man, demented, and ought to be placed in i a

mined hu J.lccJetcY'6 courke. a basis. lie cry lo.night 11tatlr( are for the rights of that about S 100,000f the ;notes of! straight j cet.(

The Sentinel does us injustice in saying that tie Stales, and the Union of the States." the Dank had been abstracted." THE MOTHER'S ,
a simple nay" from the Governor lo our deljigiition Telegraphed for the Savannah Georgian. [Applause.] Dulloch has fled, and a icward of $5000 i is .-Wo have received from the' \ STO I FOR THE WASUIXOTOX; !OSCtE"T. ,

founded olficial You never can preserve the Union unless offered fur his His pub. -The Sentinel is in iJ's3)"ing; that the
on want of power, NEW YORK Feb. 29th, 8 o'clock, P. M. the of arrest. botjd is good for Usher ihj March number oflhe above error t

would have met nv>re serious and severe ex.ceptions The Cotton market has been steady to day yon respect rights the Stales. Fellow. 840,000, and will, sass the Metienger, no Magazine stone for the Washington Monument now on -,
Citizen, I want to illustrate (his! position andI designed mere especially, as its UIoimporles
from the Floridian & Journal." For. without change in prices, sales email, other I will, as the gentlemen before me have done, doubt be promptly paid. for mothers. A | its way for New York, was quarried in Wakulla J

\brn this matter \\'Q brought to the attentionof articles unchanged. liken il to a partnership. First, then, hero MAMMOTH UAIJISH.{ hasty glance a' its Cohilit)." Jt was, qua n led injeon county I
i -Our neighbor of the contents, satisfies us of its worth and
Governor Brown by one of our East; Flo. Washington Thursday evening. A chal.Jeupe am I, with slaves, the only properly that I tve most under the personal supervision of Capt. R.
between Col. Bissel Sentinel! has of late boasted a deal rheefully recommend it
passed member good of his to
have here is another patronage. Sub.
with horses the
while ; man, A. SlU E. '
: cotemporaries a since with the
rda of the House of Representatives from Illinois, only property he owns ; another has a lot ofl'ou'a Radishes, and Pumpkins, and Cabbages, but scriplion price $1 1 per annum. Address, My. -
request that ho would appoint delegates, we and Jefferson Davis of Mississippi ; growing ; Hilda fourth, a poor lawyer, with his ifhe will call at our office we will show hima ron Finch, 116 Nassau s'reet, New York.OzjWe C Mr. Calhoun, who had been absent
forcborc to join in pressing i upon him for the out insulting rcmaiks used by the former books and all unite ;
in the Radish that is Radish-a
musty concern. a perfect monster from his scat in the Senate for seme time on : '
that we had bad some intimations against tho Mississippi l Regiment. The wea.pons We for while and
very reason chosen were Muskets, distance filieenpaces. goon a arc prosperous- of a Hadi h. It was grown by a lady at Orange must decline the poetical favor of account of ill-health, was to havo: resumed hi* !
and alter time conclude
the a to farm.
that he was opposed to and buy a
CorJ'C'nticl; The matter has however been ami. Frist, (the man with his horses on, and Grove, Miccasukie Lake, and weighed, our anonymous friend D. F.Vc advise him seat on Monday last, when his views of Mr. !

greatly( desired, i this was the case, to give cally settled by the personal intervention of they, grow fat ; the man with his goes cows goes when dug up, tcclre pounds. Who can beat or her to give up writing poetry, and tike to Clay's Compromise resolutions were I to t?

him no cxct-'JC! for making his hostility known, the Pretidcnt to day and thrive well and the ibis? the the
on, they ; lawyer finds plough or disIafT, reai by his colltaguc, M Ir. Butler


--s. -
Csia ia IB19.d For fie. Tie idian and Jjur.i.J. xery nniir.atod discussion I is now g';m ifg "n in j jthe Celefcratkn of the 22d February An Ordnance. Monticalio Male JchooLT1.j

L' < t: H Nc' O-18 CulJctin! The Governor's !IPLCS3P.S. ( Senate ois the adoption of the n-poit, and .
Unit'r < Eeply j Br JKFrERSON; DIVlbIj.\; xo 22, S Ol'T.DUision. To r.'i..vf; a Rcccnusfir Ct-'y vf Tttlhih'is \ 17 "rcrtr.d I am pieced to thai it due* Mt as u-nc: a I MONDAY. tle 4'i M.ARIII.:.s.il! endrh
a docujneU recently publuted EDITORS raenc" on ,-
abstract: o ) Fmtunuic hail it l.t.'mi Thui Fiscal
||5, on : with! ths Ociih! sid a re5pccta: : sc: far the. Year coaitutncin 0:1 t'.c (
1".IiIa tht 2.! Autrt.
(Jitioti. oi t Le uiojtprominent Vfr cmnie,9g1i ,
paily cztst. Judge. :;ie a ;pu > : !
1 Ha' : 'M. giuugun account of iherttKlicsoJ fur His Exolinrhad! ; he contented; himself! \ ) Whigs in the State, i the author repri..eIttjjfl frjm \Vac.ssaand Micc. 8 ufcic f.r t day of April, in ihs year OTIC tluutand Rate of tuilicn per ffsijo1.;

the Island. W copLclov] some wiih indir.'inj: I thcsecond piuayraph of hiuie-i of the the irnt Sittt : t Divl531 firmed in procession at the Court-House Light hundred andfjty.OElTfJON (Orthoqtapby. np.iiiin 5S4 %Vritir. "
ply uhich foinjcd the trpoit.; .MuMsippi was : .r'lhraetic. Gracisar, C-i-ojrJphr.i. 12tO/
( for
pihcipal: subject at Hi A.M
Ofihr iutrre-titi, ; facts : im comments) of the last werk ) but latiiunnecesimilt t to tnt,'t- en ,'i itsc on I this gn-at( o.'ips.ticn, and Old and> Lerrr: jajnr I on the way ly the 1. BE IT OAPAIMD: BY TI:"S INTEN- Philosophy, Chciils't. A.lror.crsy''MalLe-! :
loverf IV.lowH, .$asns and Youn J.adir of the 1-V j I O Ctiff.C1I.AF CITY TALI.AI rustici&c. 13 C i
"Tie: popuJasiaa! of the Inland nf Culn in raibed ulihough 1 Miicereiy bupe, sun oin CANT AND THE OF -
und the : a false issue with cur lotions luii'n it tnarttol l I.e fur s lliCiovernorJo mile School, inarched to the PreyytcriiuChtrch, 1 I }LsacE, That the first ection ot the Revenue Ac: The..AncientM.ntktiK Lsu.s. l P! (.U-. "
cure oflroopt) flonting popw nece ary -a
I ;;o. worth}' .sional delegation. a nd p1 onsi og where, to a house aJJrr lot thf l la.t year be,'.and the saLe is, coatiauzd in W. O. GinAT.DEAO.
uL1iir. 6 J2,732. Tlie white I inhabitants himself 1 Mtppos.) .* upon) hit. assumed victoiy, he (; me the unmui:! proposed; lo I It be literally overflowing an s full Inie as part of this Utdiance.SCCTJON J Luch 2. :< >. b 4? t

being 425,767. Fre(1)opcofcIJ1! 149'J-JG.: turns in triump'i Iron) this frij. and \enlnr<' placed stl t hsdi! poiil: !, yt-t I um ofojtinion llr.te 04 Temperance was delivered! by JAXES II. 1Lt7. 2. Ce further OrdaiatJ That (here -

Slaves :1 759. Added lo ibis 40,000 (orrrtops m.haft--a & \\ should, hK an eai iitst t of wht we- hive CINS, Eaq one of their number, which in his own shall be levied and cuitected the f.jiu.\iu, <.; Tax-- To Teachers.

; &c. innlccs the total: population 93 ,- a of poisoned shaft, against the eniiie !heietofoirt declined! hold ourrircx in rcadi. peculiar stylo, vrzi replete with argument and wit.- f'rlbe li-cal year commencing 0:1: the frt d.iy tt.1AprI City Ccur.cil ft' Tillshacc! wish l lo employ
his .
body constituents What means I I isEceI.ency IS' ): TiE
*.' ever varying compeTent Twcn-1, for ix sanr.tl.i.! tol.ltch
of f to i"i-t *
1940 with ness
The census conpaipd: : ustiy einerg"iicy.
T52. all Merchants v"en !
by the remark thnt, "Then? rue 1st-Upon > jhg goods, wires
... .., "From to from *>rse ft the free mal: cl.oI uhifl. i? d.'s.neut tK'
ibat i.f JSJ9 .ht.u a diminution in the colored IW. r-a .a..csrTributo grave gay lively iiexcre. d nerchanJizt a fat oi thirtGvc cents on
howexer restless eviry
spirit* amongst) us trhoharecaJcvlatcd > itt> oi> -alion the first of Apnl! nxtsalary at th*
race oj 1 10 per cenT, and that the w bite ihe tcJncofilic Union, and would of Respect. That tbe gy and livoly. Lawever.preJ.jininate-I, was hundred Jolliis in value r.ftUrtr sfuck uvtraJe oni rav oft'IJ pef; annVn. Ap'il-cjtsotis; by letter.r'oTae .

to* increased b-tt otiekeventh per cent.Tlie amply testified by the most unequivocal tninh which j i {(the first day of April next, ss near as the s-ims can piid!, w'k be ree.etl fr-> now until the
sell for
it .
peihaps; a mess ofjwUagr! 7' Doe.he MAII J.Loiiui:, No. 11, J t b? ascertained. '
does frota liaic to time, ; 20h! Mxrch. Ad.e,4 CuR ( ..ur.ci I.T's' thhat.e. Fa.
writer not satisfaclojily aer< uatforlhc through a speech of an hour's
mean l lii brand as trailers, all who tial! !l lprtsuir.e Madison, Ha., Feb. 2X I, 13H>. \ i 2d-Upon ail vendor of g odg. ware an.l t.-ur- ilarch >. 1S'X>. 5 :Ct: SfRtinei copy. '
great deciease in the Marl population! to differ. from him, with jcleiencr to length, was evinced by his delighted auJiencc. clundize, (otht-r than itinerant, traders,) who shall

he supposes that he census of 1 140< is ei rone- the ncccSS7Jthat exists for united At a CuKrJ Communication: of said Lodge, i j 'J hcnext p riof the ccreiuoni, and t Lain wl ttch: commence hu',iness after the first day ot April net?, 1
action on Raisins Figs Cheese &c.r .
out, ft)1U the fact that numbets, ofslaves weito < the of the South ? Docs. this d.-y held at t Iheir I L !fje I I'iosi:, fur tho I 'rc confess we took the greaeot interest, was the j or who hold ttcc'im-s heretofore isued which ec'ire ,
part he intend that alter the first ol April next, a tax "f thirty-five cents ) COXES Lntji.4s! Dairy Cheese.

transition from rue estate to another :tt I the i it! shah g.i foil h I to the world, tint I, I iheie. tire I purpose of pan i t tig I ihe 1 t iil I tribute of ie>pett to prepeijtatum of a beautiful! lunner to the Division by j on every hundred dollars in value of their stcck in ,.,,Ju 10 Drums fierh I'-jTS.

time of the taking, of the) ccnsu He also individuals in us Slate ie.ode.! the laJics uf Mouticrllo. It was presented t by MiaIALMCB j tra.iiiu t he tjiiitc-ii; a:>d a.-isested in alt!) Cues it 1 j 2*) R4.ce-u 610.! .iiii.s.. .
own so \ I Igcneiate the rein tins of Jason: U rio"ii, lately a member
conjecture? that true ttaletnen's were not givn. who, fcUnding in the cenlre of a of i any' lime mtrr! the ciiamtnctmecl c.f such b-Jiir.e5 I i B-ix Citron
-so lost to evciy generoui sentiment of said L' dge the following! preamble! and group or the expiration of such licenit Provided Su.lz CtJcr.
in relation to the cumber of t-larvp il.c ladies : < j 10 Boxs Ch4mpai
by \ 'ing; all dresaeJ in white,
-so 1irt'1iil of the lesions tmuatted to them pure accompanied tax Miall! bj ati2ssed fctftre thc cipiiation cf the I Hoidjiek! Charr.par.jne Wje.Vth .

through fear of taxation. \Ve may by their patriotic inuthtMS that they r.ojld) resolutions; wore unaninjuuOy ud .ped : Vie' gil: with! 3 shon and elegant exhortation to ti.c i next; ti cal jtar. n varitlv <.i atlidel'! ,.t! ;te U.r.J. r2Ctr: .d:

iv1ire, might not that Jitise been the case ii i consent lo tell the happine and glory of I WjiiiK\i: I'' has pleased the Supreme Division. Dr. D. uar, one of the Dili iol, nceived 3d-Upon iiil AuctionSIcsandsaieiUv t Cinmnjii '"er Knieua r, ai-d for sale sy p

Jj40.Loti tiikiti, the census. We Know their country, fir eithr political' preferment i Architect of the univei e, in the exercise of it it her hai.ds. and expressed the tianls! anu grati.r Mi-ichants sad (actors. oiic per ce..t. C'luii* tin? ;' Mr N A UG II f & OR MOND.j .
gross amount ot sili?* j 21, IJ-'U. 7
thst the importation; if Africans from 1MO) or pecuniary gain Why then biceps Execuj j I his inset utable! xvi .donj;, to remove trorn our i j r ta k' of the s >ciity in tern at o-ice eloquent, ear- .lh:! UMi, i all improved arid unimpruvwl town Nrwp.nt.Fe'uaty;

1.1 1616, was small.: Il In* incieased since live vigilance? Whv i i. not the. 1'roclatr.atitiM | Jason, Brinson in I 'lies; and chihalric. Afier, this beautiful ccri moi.j 1 1j lots, a tax of thirty-five cents on ercr) hundred J..I- \ Turpentine Axes, &c.k .
ihe Lit lor prior! ? l'e also know that the midst our beloved brother, : lars '..,lue tiitlr.t.5'htJi.ort !.
of Ills Excellency upuii the \vjng oithe j j the meeting was Jreosed by thc llev P. P. SMITH j I'RESH supl> i'f the above Axe; ilr, N'.'.

j mortality nintnij::*! the Macks in Cuba is great, wind, pointing to the vile wretch and calling j the t77)i.iig: iii'1ui nvinhooJ just l n the fond of die Th'iniiAville Division, in a brief aid frcit'ernnucr. everv prsflicins Physician, Der.titnz-j jI .t"V 10, tt.arxl I2ta-t" Plow-, exsra: points ; b'Spcs.r'9 !

and that iarred p, fnuu natural causes is anJ of his earlier I Attorney and Counsellor st Law, one per ceil ca t Cot at!.d XVi nuht N -is.!' tc Ir.
I him to meet the juvt penally of his crini" < 'hopes; anticipation: ears The meeting thrn.all'wcll please I, we be- ever} hundred dollars annutl income. 1 1Crh
be in F Received Ln Eir.elint-.ar. !t.r let>v.WcN .
ktnail ; the wxes ; unequal in numbers ; i (Oh Consistency, thoj: ait a jewel !-But; MI were about to ba realized, it is but light and Ii2\e adjourned, nisrcLing out in the orJer of srr.- -L'.Min alt free colored males, between llieg9 per ; .UT.tlT: Si. ORMOND.Newpnt. t

tio male slare population being SOJ,01l tn il I < ? cf twentv-une and Mftv a tax ol ten clolj
years. j
hear His ducoun-e furlh-r
females. E\celleucy : j prop-r that the brethren of this Lodge should i ipause val.-1Coii.[ Ihrs. -hrnary 2-X: K.O 7
122,749: "Since; this Southern Can ;
iitn has
[ rent and shed ths tribute --- 7th-Upon all free colored fcrmlci, bftween the
The same document >u< cv that there ate j.ymiathizii; : -a | Family Groceries."I .
projected, a Southern Conftderation hav been That di-tin.rais'ied Sm co-i: and 1'hysician, Jairn-s ages of tweistone and SMy years, a taof five Jallara. -
jn lie Jdaud, thirteen citu, right( incoipnruledton njoits; than dreamed of." NVLence I ask has he lo his menriry-that the would iny know A er, M D Hanover ?tri-et, Boston, thus writes usa USTre'eiwed per Sct.ooner VViiusa R. ?ett tuti.

anti two hundred and tibtetn srnall to the '.. 1 ith all white male inhal itar.t .1 New O.; lean?.
derived his inibrinution unJ who arc the."drcamcrsT that we lament: the loss jf departed worth : ;; tfaracy -Upra > >. bclvieen
towns and t illage*, uii.-l: that tlie extent ofterr'iory "lR- THOMAS CO-JDETT'S the a. ot ttventy-otie and sixty years, it poll 'as of j S.zer Cured Hanw.
I I it to be gathered from the rht u eflcsored *-ne dohur. I Punt do Si4ts,
it 7CI73 car aleri! each cabulieriabtin : Concentrated Shaker of Sarsa'arffla. j LarJ. LYidHiee. <}iI.
| thunder-tone) ; (.fthC popular voice it rolls Syrup !
as That, in thu decease of our wor. | l'ii-Upon all slaves a tav of seventy-five cents : j' .
about Ofilii
IW tt1 t. 05,077 cabalIciiafcax ''fiotn tlw paliant "Old Dominion nut) UOSTO.V, 1'eb. I1'Li ,. I J'toeHftl, The City Council tnav exempt from tat- .'St. t> oisFloar.Whukey. .

? under cuitiration. (19.0IC) coifci t rerci berates alon* I he sunny-pluins of the thy brother, Jason HiiitxMi, this Lodge has lost Mers. I E. Brink v fc Co. | ation any shve laboring under cental or bodily af- [ T.bacio, N O.Cbrer.

of nataral nud : (;cittlnum ;-\I have employed the Compound ll'Ctton cr ir.irrniton! application! the tjiii',
uf j
paturg* i7/201 artificial acceptable member, his family a kind and cv.ner ci
j South; and South-west or is it to be snen in an butter Cr.ic4er Stzt.r Crackers,
() 'Jti } [ Syrup ofSr,3i.rIh; !! piepar.-d by Dr. C&tbi-tt, et ni such t.iavr, or his i.gent.I0h .
daids. '
>: *vo< Thc Lilance
pikiure5J9. the calm di nilu'd and tnnjestic uf-heavin; atr-ctiosiale brother, und the comni'tnily a j i j unit iu my practice since. I knew tnc Formula by I -U.'oa: all pL-asurc Carriage, nariTichts. j :;oda d> lierenu.. -
129.2ocabal( is barren land- j of the popular; b 'soin !-Shame that i it t-houki warm-.iearted.! tn.l honorable \ : I j jcitiz winch: it ii uiaJe. Il iiigrofliet't: are happily certbi Bu.:; it-1, Tiiburji, Stanhnpes.; Chairs, Salkeys arid P..eari Nnta.
\ oting
There are 1412 61iar: estates. 20 which have been reserved for Fioridt, through her generous j : )i-d, and 1 tiutik it ii a pny ratioii cxrLvdingl SrjsfC'.j.i ft-s, a tax of thnty-live cer.s on e ery I Ainc:.. Prazii Na ,.

hate steam cnaiuestu the juice 3 are MI.7i veil adapted: to al! those rla'*'S of di*<' express Executive, to have cast this* umwrited stigma Sa--iv>arilla HrfjuiitdIu my hand, this Srapa- I I 1t.. Ut.ri evtiy Slave publicly exhibited; for Mat-he't, Caude! ,
w.irked with! the
by water power, and ihe rest, 1150hycatt upon her &i htes of the South SJiuuie: t that ,.7rrJ, Thai we sympathize rilla basso far, [lor four mo-iths past,] pn.ved tm.re i s-.le wit hiri :!he incorporated limit.-ol this city, a tax j SM?,

!* \ this\ \ etale casder! upon! ihe Patriotism, of the 1 family and fiends of our deceased brother in satislactory, aini its effects have been more decideJ.! ethan two dil.u.] j Nufrnr, Tin tV'ar.
The number of c file elates j is but 1070 of the srtiric 1 have all mouicj lo rt.'il interest And mtnr other .rfki rs too ttTvneowfeintti.t _
S-uaib any preparation[ tier ms-t j 12th-Upon at thirty-j
( flI germinating as i; liJ ia ihe hott t their irreparable loss, and as a token of our
which will be sold be sold b *
whilst, in 1:27: there were 2081, at which with : and I >houid think it U4hltc have the (-relnr- j fence cent i an vcrv hundred dultars jo baued OK kept i as a- can ; fcj
tiaie titr! were but 510; ) bed of ultra cWilionistn, should! again be resusi Caeem! we will wear the u uil badge ofm1i'umiiuu over all others. So far as us} experience in its j at interest. | other house in tl.cpiacr! f-: cash hvAU'iCDB
sugar gzinstI42 aied by the indorscmcn' of the Chi if Magistrate ut extends, I cbdlv recoincnd ii as a very vaiuabli; S_ CTI.JX 3. JJf itfvrthcr Joined, That theme : HOe.

i prm.nt.fne of a S'jutliein' Stile ? for thirty daysRcsulved -. preparaliun. (J&e tiling 1:1: its tavi.>r in, that it ia norflJtIiC s'.iu'l' be levied r.nd coilocicd thc fuliowicg Li-crt j February Ii 5,1"A:; 6 tff

: iJtJwe: .fa ;}icultura1 produciions isled sla. But perhaps His Excellency in adapting That the foregoing preamble and compound-ihe Formula by which it L prepared tases : i f -

at 51'J232O3> aJ the m< tint derived thc) sentiments invohod! in these extracts intended 'resolutions, be signed by tho Worshipful Mas.j being 'pee; to the in-iifCiicin ol thl'olessioa. .M .Lc..l 1 Is!-Upvin ?!I mailer' of spirituatu i-rMaon-s IIi I j To BuIlding Contractors.

from the raioitig ofi rHttlv, &c. 7.4O6O.- i qr.nr> in q<.anli'.? I'.ss thoa one quart, a tax cf sis.- i "nROPOSALSfi. bud :. Ton-r ll..ue! in thslowa
The tnitiemJ productiucs ciliunated to be understood ony] in a Pickrickiun j j t ter pro tern, and Secretary, and a copy ili..ieofj Ikspi'c,ii'v vior?. '! tJAMKS dollars. J I Ij JL ot Quir.ry. Fi; ,iirfd. \l! n-ived t.izt(1ite;

GZ1OO.E4.ori. ujv at $1 1, ; sense; or more pobtbly: : apttropnated! th<*m j j be foiw.iided to the T.iautssce!! |jrLpers| for AVER M D. i j 2d- Upon :.i Billiard Tables ai.d B-wIins.-Mc-y! ..!!first day / .5 > i/ /.rr?, :.i v. iih time och frftt*

s I ;only HS jheorical flourUluV with which EDIVn BRrXLEY i Ten-pn Alfvs techglv_ st c lied,, used Icr J 11 shall hve been taatsi-, nil! h* .I.tniiiicJ to Cbs,
): &; : fc TO Pro rietor>. j \
arc tUi d in lw *'J4OQ9ljri. and 11Of |Ml to his official Well Me For suit* tlwrn .
grace Keply : ri- by IM an> tjn iilit: > and hv their
l value '4 f imports 826,7 ap- I -1'it-j'i every dia> cr car?, used for Lire, : tax Ti't- bttitdir. is f be nt buick
j 32,7-50 and the proprvl i :>
IS. C. POPE Ur. .17. J'rj. Tern. -
1 Editors ; fiom the rctpecJ v. hic-h I have for pointed Ageu:s :n t IIL-! l"uc.i! St t t-- ami] C.tnuos.J. .
oi eigut liolLri.
about 8l2.000.0t)0. There ij two suri hii i. a.rI fun-three bt f-rtx-tfii-ee! ftrt
are 235 1 i His Excellency, .ersona-)! 1 tiust wich ina Ci. mui.: I KITS
miles of iltiiroaJ completed and '87 in pu.gft.j ; i have been the ci; 'e, but I candidly: cnfess +. \ : ''. Iii.t4.'e. I tor hire a t.z ol ten dollar. | iiccififations! roa\ be seen or ar>')l.c.,fMn ft J m

[ that I apprehend Hi Excellency Tribute of ----- I Sih? -L'/t.it every hick, or public carriage used tot ( M titlchrj'jf oj- CiVes H Dr.P.n.r, two o< thrr -
encounter Ptespect..M
12 12413< may 'I'70ULD 'hire, a t..\ <>' .-ibt dolluis, except hack and earni t-vfciiu in rise Alt
regiment*, strong, (i. e.) of inui 411. WILLIAE3 I ; mitee! ; t >.vrt *>f Qunry.; comnar.ica'i.nt4 -
j no little difficu\! feeltiii" hini oli uibt
AVISOS, Fm., Feb. 23, ISoO. .' \ inf'jin luliifiid. and ciistotnT-j. thnl j i azc bdnniri4! to public luerj stabl.it. j on the siibjpcf ir.ast I.e ;
on this subject, befuie the people of Flotida. Gth-t"K.n e\cry public Livery Subie, a las oftwentv.fie I Ii uiu'crsine.I.at Quincy. t'lcnia**
3 in the C"iitui1 and U in thc Ea teu. i ( 'I'o.Gadjen At n meeting of the S. of '1'., the following i bellirnovfil to the !-ie I foimi-ilv nccu j I i | to'larv. JAME; M. GlLC1tlilT.
The aililiciy nod cavaliy ate *taiioneci in dil. j I County, March Gth, 1 50. reMiluI ions were unanimously adopted, relative wsrd.lir-d bLI and i n'Mii in\ I4ly 1'l.ii.I t1.pcr.itt&.n, and nconllv to receive l b Dr.a hire H: -i I 7th U'nn tv-fty Hawker and Pedlar vending CIl.4RIE.! H. n TK>NT,'. Ccrt tee

fvntnl paiu of the isUini. These aie all [ n-ui-i, w iro and u.ercbaucize, a tax of one hur.iitccdulljis DANIF.L M. 11INSON, }
reg. j jiiUr to the death) of Samuel Edwards, .s ho depart.ed -stid lull orlihtiit ofM'li i-fiected, and assoukd
tioops, itatjve 4.f {jjtHin.veil armed and i Febniary It i. ISt.> f ti
in tvmiM be found j: from t.'ie'ai>hsillc Union. this life oi: thc 23 J! day of February, ItjuO, Bprinj ani Summer Goois.Oa bth-Upon all Dank Agencies, a tax of sixty doi9th -
they n.-t to be i iai'4
my *
hand jiiii; recciMd (tis> I theV* R. PVttis, !ttr4. i For Sale.

HtiMii; iibi ', enemy, if met by men similarly A Strange Ilistakc.i aged 40 year FLOUR, HACOX, AND I'OKK. -Upon ?H agenciss of Insurance Cumau.Jes.a ; !;r I, NEW ue finih'd and. eanvec-

anni-d ; Jio\vev r th-y could iit w .thfiiatt'! i' The loading article in the Il'intier? offs- A'cvotorJ. That we deeply deplore the loss .V.) RarreU Fl-.ur, tax of twi-hedollars.! FAMILY C.tIUU.% viih

ibe chaiui of a brother, on Jeared to us by so many esti.iivtble l 10 HarreN mess I'ork.' of five iti..1tis i : And ail piriiui.us rr.n-
l by aS i1r%. J mistakes xvhich, we cannot permit to jro a- liui T'nr.e-u-ue.: Alsr. a LrgLpir gerTltr HOKSf3. -
March i', tv.JO. 9 2t Ins liquors atursv-ud, all fccep.eis b.Kiird tubl3,
: < 'i ilit'es as our SOt thy brother Ct-t.-.n! will b* t.t-tii! iu ps'.mer.l at market
I liioad out uf the State, xvithout.. cot rtci.n.: ] possessed or b-.u'li"3or ten pin aliej-*, ail keepers of evvrv
delivered in TaU.ha<:sp. feigns d srnuot
C-:: The following sum uniuiig: the flsu.lii j' The article is headed, "The Soihern: : Con. especially us a Son of Temperance ; and W. G. !DAVIS, dray or cart, cr two or four horse wagon, or hack or price purchase wi'l please enquire s.1 Cut. Eulitr's rcsi-

; adapted; at the meeting in 1'i1dt'1 %eu31iumI1leIue..(. n riinsJ it"-.ind ihe arj in token of our high cs'eein' for him, this Division ATTORNiY: AT L\\V, public ol' livery carriage-ta-lei$ ,!used, hawkers for hue asaforesaid-ali and pnllarj. amenta keeper of- dei.ce, Leon County.

the j licle ges on to utte t that :- taken his abode Tallubas-i and February 1G, 1S50. 0 4fE.
**n 2JI IVmnr will wear tic us-al badge of mourning HAS l.i at will Bank or Innrance Compdnies, and all vendors ot

, shall, under penalty ot doub.e The
: neipJe <,fihe Wil. H. LUCKEY
j refused to the fortuity days.Rcsdrfd and ol Ftanklm and Jackson Cou iie>. tax in'casj of fail-ire, bjforc their several avnc-jtio-,*. ,
V14JV 4K ant uii l44rui! J baitness aforesaid be 'ilonci the Female .' 'r.r.ntofFtrfCltr
That we do truly sympathize with calling or as may pur H PIHNCIPALof
or hi.*t i act ion, < scu*>ed if iToneou,, i vontion here j in Jumw-reJ'u ed la apjto'mt. dcj.rgatcsfoil upon tr.c pavracnt of the ta;es levu-J as aforesaid be preparrrf bv first of Apr taaccomaift'i

l>\ lit alleged jtliiiaiitfiropic iiH* t, but is she .---itn the coinraiy, condemned it& I t lie bcreax family and ielation> of the decea Notice.VLL obtain a License so to do frc-ra ti. Inlendanf. to be te tK-y: jtui.K ladies w ,rh ecntetl at%!

Lne uucicut. arutociatir. jwrnicious und put poses asset forth by Minis oft advocates j :>ctl in their irreparable loss and that out persons are herehv r\varnrd for trading for countersigned by the Treasurer, and -uch Licen-e corn'orta'ilo board, a. $!" pt-i month, li jhrs aatt
JKS.tiieut the most decided : certain notedated Januar 2 >, 19and pay- shall hOt be ia-utsd for a shorter period than one washing inclodid. Mis. home is -'tgnrd IDI y org'
plitieal li nM ((4.rf.t. repudiated and .n manner. feelings; in this reg-.rd be shown them by a ale to V"i.io.\ Eiii- fur I th i >; hire ol boy li.ib, and! i i 3 year. ladies oalv, uad ull the int.'ri"*:* c.f tL ttruzm.ittedto

oViiouaeed ly the lifimna'ic' l pu'y of the The Banner txint t know that this siatonouujii. { copy of these resolutions.J'esolrtd
Union,) which tcob*. liy n.iu ofuu impli.cutioit i i cclculiitcd i to an entiiely erroneous note has b vn raid, a.id; w.-u i.'o.V convey
of oi : That these icsolutions be spread oont at the lime of "itennz, and I am formed i-. Circuses or Cpvstr'un exhibition., a tjt of eight
power *
Coagrrk* graduuiU' to ntleituiue idea: of the tru. state ol the case. TVfact i is
the minutes of this Division) and that the inv ofler u Sri sal hy cue drunken tailor, named dollar"shaH be levied and collected foi each eshibi- State Florida-Gadsden Circuit Couit.IN .
State *overoignty, destroy lilaiioilu ; as the Banner well) knowf, that the /Jimttcrat- upon; MiMjlisn, Jt Qj.IiC iona 1icrie to authc-ri/e which HiU.f first be .b- CHA.NCEKY.

tide resjjec'.i'.e: Sta'es: consolidate the I*. i4 ltiu'e qf llesreseu1alir.s .: a Recording Scribe send a copy lo each of the DAXiEL LADD.Nwt.rt. lamed from the Intendiot, anti cnuntersigned by the Mary Woodvrard, )

iiiuts: and . 9 Treasurer crult; a peualrj of double the ta.\ herein tsJanie '. Bill fur Dircice.

taijtrttl eovereignty, easily conl tolled the asses-ted. ? J. \Voadwanf.IT )
or ti Southein Convention .
i gates which remo.I |It.{ H. IIOWIiEN Chairman.M. .
Bacon Flour &.c. Itb- "p'n nil ifinerar.f (radeis, who shall r.ffei
the s.niaci.n rt r'-e Ccurl
to : ,
4n.Lnap 1.4I ? the by
hiy t t1u of tlu I pearing\
; e jietiw lution xvas 'ted the
ij Witts Srnalf. .
by C. UAINUJ:. Ii'. V. 1 [*ST n'ceived bi ibe U'la. It. Pettes, from New sjoo.U, ware or merchandize for bale in th- riij atBJ.ivit! in this raus.- fUI. tat! J.nr to J lToc.d.
;:13h' The lufusttl oi vvhich the B inner spe.tkv. was. .; hereshtuE be levied aid collected a tax of one hundred ward the ( Jer4-ira! i; thit.taoaercsiideibeyond ifce

1csared: That it is contrr.iy to he iitr. us thai paper well knows, simply the) u.fual .t{.-. u Ilj4. of IIir.i, Shoulder, and Middling, dollars ; and a license so to sell shail first bei.bt.ind jurisdipticn of lhi- Court, ao? out of the Sate oi

it iu which Ibd Cuu tituti4iu uf the Union was ol a \V fii ijirity in thc Senate made of Death of a Rsvolutjonary Pabiot. : :"i bblt-. superior Ohio Floor, from the lutrndant as atcnsaiJ. untier a Florida: It iy Ordered, Tnai ihe wii J cies J.Voodward :

fnuufd and liy which al it I up Also bbU.fMia, Maanolia Fatuity Flour, penaltY, in cn>e oi l failure to do, uf a double tax \ da ple.td. ar.swt or demur tn>
me can be p'-rpet. men icho iiisrcpri'scntrd Dcmocra'ic ilisirirts.I Died ai hie residence in thr r<>unuf I>i-citur, onihe ,UK appear ;
1 to be imposed. said Bill of Comtilatnt uiftun three mouths. saul
Mated to abolish, by act ol Con 'ess, the inMitutiou i I to concur with the I lluu-fi I I In t tlii' state oti lth ultimo.* JOEL I'AUC, of KcvolLtiouarv .Sugar term carctl CanoU-s.Urns SECTION 4 Le tfuitbrr Orrfaintd. TTiaf cvcr Bill will be tatja *a coKje >a again*: said or dcfrn-

of slave iv in the DiMiict) <.t i Columbia i fact! is it fur and honest (for I the Bumi'T to use wor V. For sale by irurreui\p'st[ uelfje pur-uirs such occupation in dant, and tre eau--e se> fur hearing at the next Trcot

M-jthout the a.mjt otthe f people thereof and j call the action of the IVhijr Senate the voice of Thc deccastd wa< born in thecoin.tyof Unrke, IJEP.RY i ROWLEY.es this city, and! evrrj n.-n-resident Dentil, beforesur'zin the Ciiiirt in May next, at Qncy ; .IzJit w/Kr-
the nt ol the States and C Merchat'. hr onvf which ceded the dis.irid Teaiie ? have ., : mnmi--jon *
ee we not much moreii ili1 Georgia, and ut at early in the times which
age ,hall a tax rf ten dollars, and obrain a licence
fir tho ue of the liovcrnraum eft M-irrl. V, 1 J>5"">. l) ttA pay public newspaper printed ia this Stale once a wcsk
he Uni. to call the action of the I House a decision o! tried men' souU, in Ihp daik iud l gloomy hour of the torn the Intendint : a'J'I tipo-i fiilnte nr refusal so for three roontha.

led State ; 1'enueec i in favor) of I the Convention, t ihnn Revolution. tnoL up arms in defence ot hit coui.tr'h Plow Iron. to do, shall pay r.uhle! the tax above 8s;rs ed. 2d Ftfaruaiy, 15CO.
3. K *omZ! That we call State SECTION :5. Be if Jtirthrr Ordained, That all!
our tie II.inner
upon has to call the action of the arci.i rights lie burr himself: gallantly in it-vtra! severe N avjoitmenl of{ wide Iron, sn S, 9, and? 10 in- ot Ordinancecnnflictinj with THOMAS! BALT2CLI, 3usfe.A .
Legislature repis4. all law cun\icting{ with i dental! (OidinancM, or parts true cr'py-.tIet.t,
i Whig imjoiity in the Senate adecMo-i rh04.4uttabte liar Plo\i=, received SchooneiJIcNAUGHT
that *>ociion of the Cotitfitutiuu Of the etigat-inerxts, csjwd.iJIy at Asiusta. I1t Rred per the true intent aol meanirs: cf thb Oidinance, be K. C. LESTER, Cleik.
agaimut it ?! \VIuy, at least, could the .VeIt, and .r site by ,
not lUri- herebv
Huitc' j chiefly unJt-r tlut iJialin uibhid son of thc Lund and the *ime a-e repeated.fa..e1 February t. 1550. 5 3dSiate
ia regard
restitniirj of (fugitive; ner have been honest & ORMJXD. the Council ami thi 27tb of
i enough to have told the of Gen. John i approved ? dy
; Ogiethorjtc Twipgs. Tor the last Cf
olhat March 0 I-'O. 9
sve the fimdamectal obligationliindtuf NVw-.ort! ,
i truth, audio t have: hinted: that the tosolutionpa ,. uf hi life he has }'ebruaryA. D. IStY. of Florida.
sear been a resident ol DicatiirllokjifcUd
uirn| ever atiycn ofthe Fiiiun and the D. P. HOGUE, Intendsnt.
I ;ied the 1iti1SC-lhe House which Provisions &c.I GADSDEX CIRCUIT COL'RT-IN UANCERV..
lttfConsrfft inued repre.seuied Cotirity, and bulu\od by ail who knew Attest-Gto. W. IIVTcIII'.sCleik.

be ( to carry it ic: o efii-ct. I the mijoiity of t the people of I tl.e Site: him. aftcrawcll e\\ 8 4t IJcyothy Scott,
nut no longer
f t *i dtucn, nnd the rights j as expressed in the election for Governor, the age LILj i> d-i. Prime d >. rs. Bill for Diyorce.R.uhen .
r he bern called from the tart of time that
tur Soulern brethren trampled underMabiie j main i itte: in which election was this i'lenti- to spir- :f> Kez Leaf Lard, Lost cr Mislaid. S'cotr.IT .

cal slavery question The accidental Whi auat builJino ubo\e, not made with hands, eternal in y ball barrels Cranberries, PROMISSORY note given by James F.. Eeaid appearing: lo the sarii cf the Court, byafhdaiit

in the hratenit. 1 htiJ clear bide Hacon, A and William !Perkins, f'r the nm of two hundred in thi* cause filed, lhal Reuben Scott,the-
(; .Fhe )Voafcr a ueclial$ majority Senatn has tendered the The funeral of Mr. Darcy) was very numerously 1 do.: shouldtr to. and ""ixt\-veven dollars, dated about t2'7d! December defendant in this cans-. resdos; h.or..hihejuri.hic.
paper, cojise of that body altogether too infamous for 10 bbl*. St. Louis Flour. 1 IMt7.ifll mail pivabte! fn thpsnbscnin-r on lion of this Court, and o-t ot the State ot Florida tIt :
attended l the citizens of
btitbe f JJo\ving remarks iu regard to lie in- anybody to )hold) up its action as expressive of by Drcatur and Gadi-den! .' do. planting Potatoes the first Jay of January, 1 IOwitb ir.ercttron: the is Ordered, That fhe" said Reuben rott; do appear,

'use charge tliat the Nahvile! Convention the voice of TeuiesMje. Should the arlir.lefro.n who) weic desirous of pacing the deceased the last 1 bhi. fite Sugi.r, first day if January, 149.I plead, ai.swer; or dccuu to -'aid Dill ol Complaint

iitelaiicholy tribute to departed v orth.A 20! bushel IVtit Gulf Cotton Seed, I forewarn ail persons from trading for said note, within three r4onths. or said Bill will betaken pro
i* intended lo dis.uFrc this Union:*' fie Banner appear; in the pjper* of other 10 barrels Rectit'iLd Whiskey. ai it has been paid. confesso a iinst said deiendar.T, and that the cause

TM Southern? Cjrc States, we beg the friends <'f the South in j carapany was ccd.ly organized under Col. Jut, uc'd.. t-er schr. \V. R P-tte-f, an3 for tile b> FLAVIUS A. P.YKD. be set for hearing during the cst Term
ria .-Tfa n j is a those States to notice the fact that the Democratic VerJ.er, ol Gadfcden, and the venerable patriot who McNAUGIIT &. ORilONl). February 23, 1S-V 7 Gadiden Court m May next : ,ii lf\ is further Ordeted -

Si-rat error prcvaiiing imoj g thc free soil House of bore on his p< rsun thc cars of battle was buried iij, NV.vmrt. March 9, IS.VJ. t> That tin Order be published in some public
paper of the south and noilh teFpectitf: the tepiev.'titin the huiiors uf newspaper prinK din this State s ace a week for ttre-
the voice of I thc mijciity of I the j-enple ''uhern; convention uhich it is proposed to j months. Fcbruaiy 3, 1650.THOMAS
boLl! twit JIIIJP at Nashville. Thit State, as expressed in the election, for (lover- After the funeral a meeting of the citizen was N riding 'o he town from Quinry.or Ihe-treets .') ') riECFl> Ker.'ucky nis ing, BALTZCLL, Judge.

tact it is intend to dissolve the union.error Weon is nor, adopted (he fulloicin rcsvlulwit! : organized by calling! 1i- M. 11. Mania to the Chair I of TallaliJ) %'>i'p. at nislit, a gentleman los-t, oh theJTth ) "0 cyiis '' Hope, I. FF.RRUON. Jr., Solicitor.A .

anJ) I). Ilirisoti. Es<| being ri quested to art as Sec ult. a steel pur.se. containing 125, ( fifty t'olUr 1 bale Twine, true c. pr-Atte.ct,
not Mjpp'jsr that any :f these papers be- Jtcsdvcd, Tlrit we lequest the (Governor; bills, one of the Bank ol America, the other ot i 2 bales G-.nny Cloth. R C. LESTER, Clerk
At the of the Chair Dr. VerJierdilrisse
J.eve this, but it suits their party purposes toflftk to appoint two delegates 1 fiom the Slate at retary. rnjuest the Union Hank. ol New Y<>rjc ) Any on.- who will Just received per Schooner Peft s, and (ter sate F.brtmy 0, 1S50. 5 i 3rn

the notion curient-.the abject in the large, and two from each Congressional: DU.) <] the inecling. at tome length, A.C and concluded leave llnsime, or intormatiiir of it, at {ftie Carolina. McNAUGHT 5i ORMOND.
by muling that a committee uf three be will be ardtd. Newport, Februarj 1'i, Ib50. 7 Middle Circuit of Florida. .3:
( liberally ic
PnutI) doubtiest] being lo play into the hand* trict, i inecpective i of patty, and we t lecoimneml ujiI'O.Ktcd House, Ouincv.
tf the to the by the Chair to draught retKiIutions! cxjirtsie March. l&W. 3 Ct GADSDEN COUNTV CIRCUIT COURT.
norlliein, politician by giving the impmsion people ol each county to appoint one or Fancy Sugar.

that we are divided on the Millet.Oa more to attend t the Convention, to be held in of the K-ntiincnts of this meeting ; whereupon Notice.ALLpersons BAflRELS extra fin Vactim Pan Sugar, received In Chanosry.

: a moment's consideration, it will besrn Nashville) on the first Monday. in June, Me5rs Veidicr, llinson and Griffin Mere appointed indebted to the estate of John Cole- 5 per Potter," end for site bvJlcXAUuIlT Isabella Ward, "> v

ISOO." taiJ committee, who retired, and, in a few moment &. ORMOND. v'. V Dill: (for Divorce
% at once thit tho convention is calculated! Idle of Madison County, will .
returned, presenting the following viz Newport, Ftbrtiary 23, 1S'>Q. 7 lilward F. Ward. \
to have directly the cftVcl ; report, : plea..e m. Ve p ) ment and all persons having deaintt -
't opposite ascribed to The dfTercnce between the Whips :,nd] \Vherr-is, i( has pleaded thc Suprpme Grand Master nIaniI' the estate '.\ill pU-ase present them., IT hawing been made tt annar to the' 3liji3tinn o(*
by these paper Democrats) in the House adau.i--lrdt' Liverpool Salt. .1 he Jude cf this C >'Jrr, bv affidavit"doly" filnlaaion
appeared inpt!% In of the Universe, in His infinite \viwlom, to call te.tlty attested to the r.VAN3
1 be a difference of opinion to whether our RAXDELL.Madis I SA'KS in fine ord.-r, (bleached Sack,) jir-f ; the papers in thi< cause,thst the said Edwa d
[ us ihedelegaUfc \rncrjbV sad well$.beloved ftlow-citiztn! JOEL F. Ward, (the defendant in the above
pctthtors and the Telegraph. should Lo 'n Counly, Mirch 2. 1S50. 8 -It I received per D.iMiie; R II. G.mbTean for resides cut
appoii, ed by the Gorernor DARCY, of Revolutionary ir.cmory, from the levcl sste by UtrVA'JCHT & ORMOXD. nt this Dinner; and bcvcr.d the li-xite..f the State

A letter from New Yoik, pablithod in the or elected by the people. of time to that 'undicnvcred from Fletcher Institute. Newport, February 28 t, ISW. 3Gcintlcuen's of Florida, and in the -SM't- cl Ahbant! :
Charleston .Vetrj contains the Wo state these facts only in country J! is hereto Ordertd, That thc nid defendant be-
timftly prevent erroneous
following whose bourne no earthly traieller returntth' Madatn: Rumi.r says that stt-Jent? '
caution impir-ssions from going abroad relative to WHEREAS lo to this Institution, cannotfind Clothing.A required to appear ar.danswi-rtr.isPi.ro! Cvinplaine.vitbin _
That while iJo .
F.tsoltci 1. months
we dt'eiy! anJ sin from this date, a"d in default
the position Tennessee.. At home, hr re in boardii:; hoa-ps : To all whom it mjy con SMALL and well sfock of I I
Delected Ciothinjf.jist
thereot the s.ud Bill sT>all to taken eonfttto.
It be deplore the lots we hate 8jtjiiJ its the do. pra
cannot too well known ia the South. send grec-tiru i t'tnt I have in house on
Tennessee, we are peifccily willing! -di/ubly cern, I my icceivci! pr Kmelme.ard for sIe bvMiMAUGHT against the iiiid defendant. ar i (the cause shall he.'Cr .
trn States, that for at least two three ini' i of our highly estet-nu-d and |>atriotic Allow- Ilifhill at tJif Institution, ample room, ,trrf furftixlud fc ORMOND. f
or days willing-'hat the Banner shall prove its heatirijj at rest Ttiri of the Circuit

j.revjous to the expected arrival of the Eng lo bo tame submission! Wo irhijit party them citizen, pur Borrow is mitigated when we l>elifrtlut ifUtft'IIl, ifmifirepl'ictstfor$, ztd} will protns'ogive the accommodation S them plenty ojtirlifi Newport. Fb.ruary 23, 1S50. 7 Court, in said County cf Gad-<'n.6rt the third Mon-
!lish he will the Court of Heaven lay in May n-\r Prt. idtd. That
steamers, holders und dealers) 'in Cotton enter and be receird fui'iiish : publication rt
iLLS last biile-4ome diet thne times a day.
Ott( fS.SZJC summer, AND WK CAN ANMIII- of jjijml Flour. this
Ordei be utaue
aught lo feutpend ojirations until the with the plaudit-"well done, thou good and and d.> thtirvashin ail tr.r Ion dnihrs ser in suuie public; nevvxpaper published
foreign LATr. THKit: TIIi: NEXT TIME THEY PAKE ATiKAK li-'M-i. .; RAUREL" ?tLefs(:: tlv.r. in thiiStjte snce a week (foi the pencil o '
flew I the Eastern faithful servant, thou into the of Lord" half paid in advance, t c other at the OH "
? ? receiyed. As tt>legra|>h UCKOKK TUT FtoiLi: : OK TKN.\IS.: IN enter joy thy mj-.idh, one ..4UI') do. Gennesi d<>. three montfc Fcbuwry I I. 1S50;

It ruw ncue't( the public aie completely at A J-1MJLAU 1'iTJiN.Mississii'j'i.iio. Tlut we experience feelings of no ordinary regret end ol tie year. P. 1'. SMITH.Flelcberville. 20. 4 to. d h. do. THOMAS BALT2ELL.A .Tude. _

the rrprcy of a f-w peuI.lors, and the only when we learn that the scythe of time has rut T.J., Feb. 01. IS'.O. 7 3m For sale by McNAUGHT t. ORMOND. truecnpy-Attet. S

ny t0 cscapy imposition is for holdeis and tits brittle thread of life and launched into eternity Newport, February 23, 1650. 7Freah i it. C. LESTER, Clerk.
is t>, ISuO.
following an extract February 5 sm
"Balers to suspend < peralions, as 1 have al.) from anotlier fiom thc niall band of revolutionary sirts To the Florida Volunteers. Medicines.
ready said." a dated wilt attend to the collection of.L
which has been >ared us to the HK nndersigned
*| present lnie.
atock of Medicines, jth.! received Gadsden Circuit Court
azainst United St.te'fnr
thiitns the Sate or the per
JACKSOX (MUs.) Jan. 2G 1530. 3. That tender to thc afUiciej AMALL .
we widow and relatives services rendered l-y, or supplies furnished, the warranted pure and fresh. For sale Isaac Ferguson, Jr., 1 Attachment.
offi.alfccriptin to the |Rail{ ; j oajTet The[ report of the Committee on Slate ar.d ot the deceased, our sincere condolence! ou tins Florida Volunteer* cat/ed: info( service of thc State by McNUGll & ORMOND. ts- > In A umpsit.

4 Leweep acoU and .Montgomery, hate Federal Relations is now be Hire the Senate; melancholy occasion. d-irinjr the recent Indian outbreak" Newjnit, Fthruarv 23, 1S30. 7 Reuben Scolt. Sumsuorntc$3 SS-100.

been opened! ia ihe former place and nock to in which it is lecommended to place Two 4. That a copy of these proceedings be forwarded }lieins ti or<.iu-bly conversant with, all the. form Notice. THE defendant and all perionj jr.ierested aro :
1.titircc f.rilte collection of the same, notified
and if he
the amount of 82QQ.OQU Hundred and F fy TJtovsand ollars at the to the widow of the .deceased, and to the Editor neces.ry will be enabled to full ( institution ot the above
tiliscrj1ed.OttO.Very lit, lijiters l.im-lf be xive weeks after (Ule, I bhall apply to the Hon. >tated case by attachment, and are hereby required
disposal: of the Goicrnor lo be used incase of tho Tallahassee papers, Macon Journal & Messenger ,inaction lo those entrusting their claims with SIX' e of Probaje for Leon County fur letters ofAdxinislr.itonx n appear and defend said suit on the 3d Monday in)

link lu- been -old t.i!. <-ek.- Mississippi is thrown upon her reserved right! and MilledgcvilSe Recorder, with a rrquctt to him. >n jhe estate of Louisa B. Newton, May next, at Quinry, or judgment \\ill be taken htiefault.

?.:;:c$ ri1d at 104 t* tic Svah1aid ?; ft.I in the great contest between the North and publish thc Mme. M. H. MARTIN; Chiirmsn.I ; Reference-AH who It now him.CEonF. lute of said County, deceased. January 9. IS.'U. _
SMITH. I. FERGUSON, Jr.. Plaintiff,
'he Siiu'li' on the gieat: slavery question. A ). 1ti''u, SccrtsTv.
7 3 I"A 7
23, 1WO. *>;v II Fcbt..sry p, t! ti m

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:rr."DILt'r\-SECUIUT\-pF.Ur '1 U1TV. I .taI :t1CrthiCmcnt9. $100 REWARD.PROCLAMAT10X lc} JflorUrian :fe Journal. I I CAL I isi.N i..;

A m ----- bit nrrt wit( ), _
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$900,000.THE I name of 8. P T wn. < ,,4 U'e. hi.
-- -- In Chancery. PUBLISHED \' \ SATURDAY f\'F."XG. I II arpnhla, burl, gt.j' at

STUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. ID..mpitrt: it aFXt.vp. fl0111,1 ,
Western Circuit of ths State of Florida. I t.
TERMS : I duiduur, aend ,ieur w, f..riwita

OF NEW VOKX->0. :1!: WALL ST., I JACKSON CIRCUIT COURT, FALL TERM I. 1 1540. I THREE DoLt. \R" perannnm, if paid in advance. i iTHRIIK Ma.lieanal..and the like. Vet he le..nni;the wl of Dfll

VJV.r Acrtimubte-l Fond Nov. )It.I')49, S9'JO.- I II t4 LL TinVestcr.' Complainant, } AND A HAi.r, if paid within six tnnntl fl. I the purpose of inlaj ereJU ft* whet h. i Ii ??, Thu ? tue.
ri I J I -c'lfell) in.f'scd! In nrnti and Mlbrat4o BY THOMAS liUOWX; Idol the psVie: alt to *o batu4ipd. .. *
II ; --- DEPOT r*. > Bill, for Divorce. FOUR DOLLAR, if not paid until the Iftot'H'ar and purrb* lit,
ietfttui\ in thi city and Rrouklyn. and tucks I Nancy We-tcr, Defendant. ) Governor of Flat u!
:.Ilia State .nd City of New.York and United StatesTlutluud appearing, upon atlidavit to the satisfaction of it having been mode, known Jo me eo- Tbp c teiins will he rigidly adhered to, and .- j rIU. hvine on U the O 4 [tr> HV.,,,,, hu fmy to." "

c".mnll'' I IT the Court that the defendant' res-ides out' of the V\ that a murder! was recently' committed! in the no paper willhedisrontinued, until all afrr arag." arp fip,, and hi* ijn mrr -\fntthe runt of arm*.

u jajmli) i'tcr*$i iiuby a \ id'ly eien411 / \\ L1Pt 61tW'UL11Jt\ Western Circuit and.! out of the State: // j., Orderid, Countv Marion, in I this S1t'ehv; one ABNER .. |1nti4t 1, link: ** at t the f'p'lnn' ol t Ihe pubi i5hers. Sub.scmibers Pri.eeupii '>2' '. iu .',,, )-.,.& 4

.it1. Ir.pt.fbu iI('''. That the said defendant be required to appear and THOMPSON' and others' upon the body ,.f one K. will b? received for three innntht at One '
rte a dividend fit profit* of fife !I : answer this bill of complaint on the first Monday in II T. Mobley and that said Thompson was indicted DIIIJr-.ix inm.thj'. at $1 if'). Every: ouli-r for the .

r.two per ,.,W on' all o\i-tinjj {puli'itl nn I tht' 31ftjf Ii i March, A. D one thousand eight hundred and fifty, I tried and convicted therefor, and fined in 'the sum paper mil of this county' must be accompanied with .I I,.

4 Jjrmiry, 1 1M*. I, and! in default thereof the said bill shall be taken I of one thousand dollars, and imprisoned until !u Id tb<> cash, unless the order comes through any 4'ufolr ;, '

ATI the ProSti are divided among the Insured. I 1 pro n"fI'I:" and that this order bepuMishcd in fine should! be paid : and that said Thompson has regularly authorized agents in the State.. iAn i 71I !

flic are iii> aW. .ii: c..*li annually' srtni- some public newspaper in this Slate for the pacp escaped fiom jail and (led from justic: I

aii.ith't'rtmllm4, fir iuirierly, interest bcin ;)!'d on I hi' of three months before the day ordered for I lie said .,1111', therefore, I, THOMAS Bno\Vs, GO\'l."rnTf of V n R TI S f: M E N T S I

tt1..t 1'3 m"lt". ; hc.arill the Slate of Florida, by virtue theawthority in me Will b! inserted: Ihe rate of One Dollar per square .j I : :_: \t \ J

Tne; eab prlociplu} aJojited; by this Comp.nic. t tI C.KOKfJE S. 11"KI S, Jude, &c. vested by ,the laws ot' sal I Stole, do lieiebv IIft..r One of twelve I lines for the first, and fifty cents for e.u-Ii !; .

11t *.*Iii pUle.'lor wli-we bcitent lli' i-Uiain i-. I r WM. MITCHELL: ., I llnndu-d I I IMIars!I Rjw.ud! for I the a apprehension ot subsequent i nsert'inn. A reasonable deduction ,

aria ejected, the wb''le ot ;tie Hdva-jtaso*, without, ; -* -11..j"- ij r .- .. Solicitor for Complainant. '*aid Thompson, and hi i* safe delivery i to I the Sheriflof will be mad<* o'i legal 1 notices, estatentice..ya.ly : :j,( 'r:4

"'|. 'i'I'them t I"> the heavy. drawback ol .JCCUUHIVr .it--__...,..,-".-..<."'-,..._.' n. fr. xaid County ol :Iarion..lI'ii notices without alteration, bv persons having I II'II .-
j.itd Ilfell'l!noll.. _. -i':< "... a --- State of Flotilla ) I, SamnH C. Ri-lljinv, Clerk -Sai/l 1 Abner J. Thrllll'Qnn i is about 12 yearsof regular accounts with I he office.: /
} ..ii. um' ftl't-ct( i i-,.,ranc* on their ,wn4iJtli li"s --- > = 0---- Jackon County. 5 of the Circuit Coinl in and for as**, of fdir Cnmplcion, aipont ."> feet 1U inches ;n All announcements of candidate' for office, FIVE : /c :
<" Jiwit others. Vmtrrieit witnesi i'an in- GAY'S said County, do hereby ceilify( that tlii, abnvp! H a I height spare built sham r face, larire ito-e. black DOLLARS-invariably in advance.! Xo attention' t-_ ,

a&ra the life of her hustimd the tH.teft. *'wTiicli I true copy of the original order pa*,ul in raof; eyes, auburn hair, upper 'trout teeth d.-caved. will be pair] to any order 'for announcementunles -- ..

are t cured i y la- for the tclu liei self or EXTRACT OF CASCIIALAGUA\ Elias \"f'sll'r9.. Nancy Woler.' Given under my 1 In Te..limfll1'hrr'of.. I have hereto set accompanied h the ci; .li. ,j I \\j\ 4I

.ii re', I hand, and! piivafe seal!, there being no seal of oflce, .' my hand and caused the Great St.'a"f! I theL.E.tL. All relizious. rmrrMge. and obituary notices published 1

Clf in'n and allot her*dfjicwdrnt ui!,on .i1 trif! A C.I.IFOHSI.I'IAST (n.' RAHI3 this 21st' dav of December, A. D. 1S-I9. ? Stalclo be affixed, IhisQoth day of Janu- ) gratuitously ; hut editorial notices' for private 1I
themai-lvesol SAMUEL C. DELLAMY Clerk A. D. 1S50- I OLD) DR.) JACOB TOWNSEND i iI iI it it
a2 specially invited to avail aSirfV H's'mrCL ,nnUAI."lnl'UE; (-EAI.] ary benefit, will be charged as advertisements.' ,
\ ttn-ir surviving fitnilie! may be Mcuredlr fly X \TIIA= S. WATSON D. C. THOMAS I'.KOWX. I j TIlE Or.IITINAt. DWCOVEKER OFTHE
tn the evils of nenxiry.PnVilet A CEttFAlN PRFA-EXTIVr.: AND CURE FOR January 5, 1 ')1)2 3m (;orci nor of t'lut Ida.By I t

: ; 'xpUn&tory of I b e principle of :!Iul'I. I-'atI' 0I111.1gu.., Consumption, Coughs: Cot al I.i'c'tluurncp. nil lthtraii its advantag **, Inflwnrti .I\thnia. Iirmicfiilis; Sciofuln, (;Ollt, In Jackson Circuit Court. C. W. DOWNING, Secretary of Slate.January We are well prepared to cxecnle Job Work.surb 1 I tti Dr. Tnwnvml i i. ,..na"!".nl"0 year* nl Is!". and hi. IOHJ
will form of lin'I. be:obtained at theo I Ili""'lwl\III. \eurnfgia; Ei't/tijiilus 2'1S5'J.'; 3-(Ow 39 bills, ".Ird*. hlmks: pamphlets! &c., with neatness ( een known iet the) iVTII'-K ami' DISrityr.HF.lt .I U,..
uI Lumbago, i VK.Vl'I.YK tJRlnl.\. TQIt'A'Sr.V/t S.1RS.ir.1Rlt
FALL TERM: 1 hl'I-WI'STI'H! : CIRCUP.James .
33e* of the} Company; :: \\11 11.t or *>1 any of its }.tl'O./' Ii. Wrtni&y. J.ntndire, JyjH-j !ia, Cuslierncm -- ----- ----- -- and d.Id.l'h.I! \\111 k of this desciiplifn. \' /..'?.'* linn;: 'fin' he wi; .r'n>|wllril in limil' II. mmufdclur! ttji
J'Hcs Yowu, General Orders. except for person havin* yearly accounts' with, hlrh menu* H h.t. turn kept" i"U .iirtrket.. nnef the "!e. eu-
Dysrntiiy, Jlrcjmy, IJeir Coinjilaiuts
Au. : um for Divorce., the office, must be paid fur on delivery. i iUusincss ."".rrim'd l.i thus only \vliu ".ull.rnuIII"l n, .I'lh. anil knnv.l a
TRUSTEHvJ. JlliollsIT"I"; /"ill tN, .\f i vviis.ljjection! s, $ In Cluncerj.IT Ex CCTIV i: Df PA KTMK.NT, ) viilne. II hml reached the e"r< of m-iny. neverthettn. a.
B. Collin*, David C.Vtn <( i4it". CltIOllt'OIlSi.ord's.. PIf'IIS1"II'u1., //< //. Mce/Yoxvn. I Ts- '., re, h'llrii'irif I t-i.n jj jjAN -- --- -- ------ lho.e person* \\tiit h nl been 10..1..1 (,( ..re .1".-,-.... anil lavctf
\ J. Unl"l "n. Alfred J'.d.\aids arliagct. Ohtrtictinns, J-'litfts, Imligfi-tiun, Je- appearing; to the satisfaction of the Court, by 1 ..election: ii "-4.!y OIlII'IP.1(11 he lied in lilt't'ctJ1 Cunte, $st.:: j! from ilrjlh. cl.iiiiif".1.1, eirdlenre? nnit wonderfulI '

31. U. MrPnrdir.: Wm. Uett, l>ravtd ami )" jppttitts, will all disrupts atlidavit in this case, 'that Yicey Yawn, 'the de. i K'n: : of the FI.md"Iili'ia I on I II.. I HEALING: POWER.:
.- I KnowinC. ..., ihtl fl.' linl. t by hi lm. jelenf
r.td. Winrton, Jo"!!," mUlt, originating inConstipation lendant in t this ca eI"id.' beyond the jurisdiction' l first Monday in A; ;il 1 next al I llu- !places! appointedby -- -- and "I'-'I"ntt'' dovl..d yrnn'I ago nl'lltlr \":rlt ..,iII 1M .r lnelllr'I'
aW 1 i'j'r, Isaac 0. Pearson, of this CfMiil, I and! out' ol I Ihe State' of lint idi, and law fur t the elw .ion ot!' ('e"i ntv I Odirt-rs, tor a Major Cotton Brokerage. lulilc nd anf..ic ii> nonlt-nd when the menn would l. fur,
J.ba P. 'clrlot, lfnr'Ut, ot the IJoucIs .t in 1 the State of Georgia : // j, Ordered, That 1 t Ihl's.id..I ; General command .ailllJi\i ision, to (till the vacancy -- - 0"11,1 to bititS il into tiThIvtrstl n"Ilt. wh.n \n-luna..,.

Tiico. S.d;\,ick, < IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It Vicev Yow'n do appear; and! plead answer, or demur occasioned by I ihe re.ilIalinn 0'' teneral Jesse BERRY & BOWLES, |j virliies,""wimld be" known,. :.n,1, nppKCialcd. Till lull has cusg.the .

Kta v I'. Colliu*, Zebfdfe Conk, to I Ihe said I billuf!I I complaint within I four month*, or Carter.Ollicirs' I Addition to their busines as Auctioneers' and !; 0 H..Vr'v/> "r.VK9C'-f./.K/: : > PR.r.s R.S TIO.\-
Jsia 11. Swift, Jon. Miller. gives tone and visor to the 'ineMive: organs, the said bill I 1 will I I I t be t liken /'' ranfrwo" a ain-! ) cummancling: I brigades, Rfsiment, Hatlilions. : I Commission Merchant, will give their attention I t ninniiCtrinreil: mi the l.rija.t "IIie. ami i i. called f>r chr'nigti
Cojns'oclc and i i" vernal Icable fur \it'\ .1IIImoti..tn1ltllfllill t the said defendant Prodded, Thst I the publication to the ol COTTOX i' Jill the lenclh and tiremlih of th, land especially a. U U r..un.rInrRI"IoIe
JHn4d.\vortli, David A. g : and f'oinp.viii's. \ the limits of ..ii id l Division selling for planters and others' of ueener\lnm or deteti..rti
S. M Cornell Robert Suy1ei.Gaiv. and Jtcttoratirr Pioprrtir of this order be mrde in sutne public newspaperpiinted aie i hereby required! to carry into' t-flrct I thii order who may not find it convenient to attend and wait I Unlike y.nnr| #. P or., ut'nl'a.lt imprnves with ft5 l. mil
M 1 UMkint, J.mes Chamber, Publicly admitted 11Jr.) Town'en.l. Manufacturer iti this State once a week for "lie period of within their lespeclive'i commands! and makt I et for ,the arrival (.f the steamer." Eeinsi always on I never eh.inKe but fur the twiter ; Kerme it is preparrU n ictrnlifie -

J,hQ V. L IVnvn, Jrw-ph Tuck! m n, ot Tow, trend's Saisapatilla, ," t to be thn-c month GEORGE S. 11.\WKIX., t II IllS arconlin: t to !.IW.It '11( spot', they will be ready lo take! any advantage 01! ':I rjheiiii printiflti>lrv. anil by itt& tciext.jic laleil .il.rfnvetle man The.>(hithrit the art. kimwletl h".e ail t..-i ij "'

Frci.WliittleJsj Mi4 11. fit i an ell, Far Better than Sarsaparilla." November 19th, 1 1"1 19. Jude, &c. is aUo ordered thai 'tho-e persons who acted ns the rnaiket That' may oter.! j! erniinb. nto i'inltion' ) in ihe uinnf.cttire of the alt I'-'i

Charles I I'iy. Wm. J Bunker, 53In: I corroboration of the above read JOHN MILTON, I In"ped"ls| ot I the ..I ftilnz held i in October ultimo, Samples may be I left for exhibition. Charges mod. I j j SHMi>|>ir.llH. The:.o"rl'.t.'.\ iti' well, known, In nieiLc*:
the and
annexed iien.cont.tin* me'licin l properties ime pmpertKft
J .!Hn C Ciujcer' Kiuene Dutilh c.ommuniC'tfillnct'il'ollrlu'in Solicitor fur Complainant.Slate for County ind Mililaiy OlTicer., also act as Inpectors erate' nnd pmrnpt returns made.; I which are inert or ii'flo' ''. and .lil.". whien if rrki not In |"repnrinf .
1.er' Jn. FranciuS Lithrop, 01! t Ihe election above! ordeied..Mini. Janujry 5, J IbSO. 5'2 tf | it for u''. priMlur frrrmt'ttiv* and ...01. which t" Ialurloul -
Urei 1VH J. O. Tlmtcher.JOSEPH ( Te.\limony rind Proof Posilivr.ruoM of 1-11I"'f,1 I, Samuel C. RelUmy, CI-ik .- I It t shall! be t Ihe duty of the pcr-ons holding I [ In this
I tt. COLLINS, Prtridrnt.I run ( u.\in.Mir.iG: : : COMTANV. Jackson County. 5 of the Circuit Court in and for the elections in I the various Company: Districts, to LEWIS & AMES, 1!; *preparation r* .o volatile i if they that they ire nm er.tirelv"'.evniMinte-r,eil; by a a"drt'tcirxti&c lo prucrtt t in the,

t'H .\ \CRATr, Seerttary. Sir:-You are aware I that as I he originator of I the said County, do hereby cut lily that the foregoing i ia is sive ten days notice I Iheit-of, it 'three of I the most i known only l<> tho.e rerivnr.ut! in il> timnnfactiire M..rr.>er.I .
JO;. BUJN'T.: Cauatellor.JAMrN Gfarftiibtrx Company, I niUfl have had my atiention 1 1111'1 and correct transcript 'Irom the orizinaj l older public places in said District.THOMAS' DHALKKSix j I I thC'e v.taoiepruiieip1es. which fly trw vnunr. "ra< nnihtl. "

11 G.UII1U1.! !., T.U"l1usel" call, d 1 to the numerous Medicines presented to parsed in case of James "o'n'iC'l'Y Yown sue- P.ROWN.lorernor DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, !I root&1110. umler which heat five are ii, u the r '.vtry lit .,rrrrntud.In.. mruital propertttt .f the

Jmuary 19, 1Z,''J. 2-y I tie public patronage. I have watched with), much jilt: for divorce in Jid l Court. Given; under my h hand! ( ami Ciiiiiinunilcr-iii-CfiifJ. Toilrl Articles\ Perfumery, ic., AVimlov! Glass I| Any person ran hotl or iew In. root nil thev :.; n .fsrfc m\arn\\
Interest I the introduction\ d> the Canchalagua into and private seal, I Ilieieb-mg' no seal ot ollice, this; Frhiu.irv, l-v.ill.! .1 tr* I liquid. which Is more f ton the r..i.run! rn.-if.i-r in ih_ mot ih:n

Tax Collector's Sale. thiseoun'tv by vour-ell,; and a'a free to say t that no 21st d.If D.-c<'inbcr, A. I D. I I" !t':'. (fj- Sentinel, Tallahassee, RepnMicm' and News, I P tiTERs' BRUSHES AND COLOR, (liquid nun any sneeten thing elv wilo; 'fhv.nr nml-i nn then,.<" trim.".I, men thiv niM..,ll|1.,1.it ,"S\H..pid

: virtue nf l thi authority "f'i111 l in rac by law. 1 Medicine .t tand! so ile-ei! vedly high as your et tact SAMUEL C. IELL\MY.! Cleik, (s. \..] Jack-OTis ill1', aicel Argus, Ocala. will |.ubliIi ,till diy I ApollicM-arics' (oilt Ware, \c.I I SAPARIM.A EXTRAirr ur SYKLT." Uut Mich 11 nm trarticle .

BY have l 1e, ied! Mjum. flfld will f''I''lI'l'! Inr iIe 1 bo- ot that I invaluable plant. I In >; .'/ ou-u fa/ni'y I have Uv NATHAN S. WATSOX, I" C. of election. I I'1I1'ahoC'OI..ltantly on handand, forsale t the known as theGENULN'E
f.irt the Court I I'wse dour in Mi'livm I fIn the tiroll i seen f\lraordin.ii > ,'1I e.II'\ in I the cure ol a CIIII.I January 5, I 1S"0. 'tl? 3m -- -- ------ -- lowest market prices. j OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S
fiI1ll\\ cased 1'ioncliilis is. I'iii all hiclireipiirv State of Florida--Gadsden Circuit Court.IN I !I SAUSAPAU1LL.Thi .\.
I cotnptinIs \\ --- -- -- --- LEWIS
.!>mday in jltliC ned, the f.illowinil('rribeil lands J & AMES j i j ii jo ,prepared. ihnt till the inert I.ro".nir. .f the firItpanlla
nt'.11 mll.1t! thereof a.111 sutiity the Tax lue1b.rern the prompt andlhol'.q! t purification? -,f t the In Jackson County Circuit Court. C1IANCEISY.Hill Tallahassee, Xovember, ISJ7. IS I root nre fiMl remove.) even" tlnnC'ii| | .b" of hernming
wit blood i deem your Caiirlmlagtiafiir, virif 'i,' .\11.l'rrol'l" -- ------ ----- ----- I scud or of fermentation. is ettracteil ",,I 'j..rl".' then
Cor ho 1"ift .1 : for find every
> eai I IX CII.\XCEHY-FAL1. Nov.1 1MC 1 1IIjlllUliflli Rdi.f.Gr.IIU1 \ ,. ..., .
of ,
l itI'H particle medical
an Stn-sajmnllax t j't/ie I UUM i t In pnre and eimcen-i it J
any day, ALEX. C. MORTON
The NI 4 S.'iIT 1 I. H >, N and. ; the S W | form and
Id with tfititi alI am treilartjtiaititrtlJ. Maltha Cilia Whiltington, ) ; Arnold arid l Flanrllulcl, t ; thin ''I"i II rrnilereil >nc.ipnSie"r! 'loon; jir v if in \::i la-
t.r I. It 7, N and belonging to George I I able and he.ilin; properties rreiareil I in this" way. it it inaile the
rs. .A r-fIi-'JY: A. r lL'Y
T. :MARSHALL.AX V... > Di voice.Ephraim i With pot errlll agent in theCure
IMclot.%re. JOHN: H I' \TTr.(? (IX, I ___._ : OJ.'CJiallrhillillllIn.. ) Reuben Scott Auirus'm I Hurry, William II. McMil And\ ('ommi.ssioncr of Deeds for the Slates J of i- of iuiiiiinfrahln disrn,('.
-Ir ap >eaiini i to I ho s.ilUl.irtion; of t the CnUlI I L lan, ami Benjamin C. We>f.IT j Henca the reawm why we hear r.nirn.lii..in* ontert 'i i,!e
( )
TiK Collector fllr Mjtfison {4uInlv. :' AX IMIMXT I LAWYHH ix XOKTJIAMI-TON Tennessee Flonla. and! I In it- tuTOr ,,
'II' I I ailidavit in t this ca-"e, thai EphrianOlK-diah: Vhit.I ,. appearing 'lo the salisiaction' : of the Court that .Mississippi. by women nml I cluMnn.Ve rind it dotnj
fOllm1'r---.- .1.1ilIl.---...-----47-- -.<- -. --- .MASS.VflIf.SiTTs-: I lington i I the deleadantreMdcs l 1 bid the j1ui-!i ic.I I : '':( Scott 1, one ol t defendants rl'siJl'i\\"ilh. rj- OKFICK AT CoLtMBt, Gr.nnniA.; .:} I|I I CO.YIiCfPTX.I in ti.ritre ol rtpF.nsiji.: *ni ,.:rrr m.v
Tax Collector's Sale NORTH VMPTO.V Ftb 7. ism.Dear I inn uf I this Couit, and .nt! of I the Stale of l-'lorid.t, out I the State': so the ordinary process of Court cannot I "TILL give laitht'ul attention to such bu"ines-i3s : PIJIIXT. and 'in R1sL'.).7je. /.s SCRfiFVI rif.K.?.

II Sir-I iiave lang \vis l t-d to see you, t hot I I'flight II I and] in I the Slate, of Georgia i : // is Odtred, Thai' the I lje . an.l(TT.I.'VKiil all ..".:. ..s. .KUfPTlCjPIF.St : \ !'lM
BY vulue of the autlioi i ity vt<.d in HIP 1, law 1 I gi i,> JIM an "cui .itt' :(.',.uat: ol' the rental ka. said Ephraim O';>e levied '1tIII.! and will 4X'ic Jor alf, Ue- tiLe I Hill b- hal on I Ihe! third! (PO) M-md.iy in May, at' Counties of Harris .. .
I curt! 4if my titil.d.tuglit&r of \inlcnl; ce i>l 11'1,1. "nz\\f'ro ,1.'Irollr ,toilie I "aidbill I I complaint i : MusC'igee, Talbot Stewart and I no e lire the C.intl I I ll'i'ued', >r, i'i' M ftII.i'I. nil th- first: -ro1ula. Shf i ill 0'" ti.osl three u-arsol are.; InFobnury (I..ur months or I the said: hill will betaken I fj'iinrv' (Jadsden! : County, at' which time, siid ile- M l trim ; arl,1 I in the Counties of Russell, Macon and i l.di.'"tluJC. ffnm .-/tii/iri, '>/ '*' IiI.m.J1"1''>' c'.reolvlion. ;
U-VU\Y i'i JUN'C!: n..\t. thc'! fulluwitii d.-,.'1 jlk.d j id-t putrid so t-s llrctI the lips, fee, and! i '. pro rUll.frSSIJ"I.illst the .aid l difetidant : Proeidul. l.-niljut' may appear and 1'11.111'0' IIr answer; said Hill : r.uhnurldOJlIla.: I : iItrtnnatt..n; ..(101..11. the ,...',. tliiitiini| of the !""' .
cold .
I uJe, or to in'ich t'.KM'e-il'! a* will alli..l!> the Tiixt's: ] iauil-i, mad.'I heir appearance, and i iiicr 'a-cd with i, That I Ihc publication i of thia i .li-r be made in .1"" it i\fnrthir Ordered, That a copy of 'Ihi* Order August l Is, 151 t!!. 3-2-Cm I, has not fret Its and e'Iual)rriniKrunl| l 'HI t.ld I chiiN e, .1 l uml Caufhi b..t:tTittti.i.nil 1'1'.01.o\ r llw- erm.v!IMJOI\etpectorntion l It
di twi-reon% fur the ytMr l iy, lo wit : I ITJ I I he published! : i inoneol! t tlie publishedin --. -- --- i and e' nllll nf
ttijlillul rapidity ; oae i-f her eyes also became some 1 public! i!('\'pap -r printed in this Stale' once a newspiptrs; -- |rsiT'ti..n.; rrl.ixing stricture the
C 4 IInci N K ot **c l'iC. | XV I of Sec bully uIctrLd,1hat
a'., \Y i S K i. S.-c 3T 1R 7. X and E. bcioa-iuj; i again be ie.;oreJ. Ths -tiliuueo!! for r'ixvoek4, GEORGE: S. HAWKINS Jude, ic.Xovember (ininrv, November J IT, 1"1 19.' TOWLE & PAPY, kao\l<;d;nnth.ng.. than i i.in lit all etrrllenco kind!* and >ti' >re e.mnn'Ue of ) letrn and ae

It Dl-ar 1 J'.rvan.At j the C'hild' bf'iuri a most liorriblcsijlituul i I the limits I nth, IbU.1 ) THOMAS( UALTZELL, Jude. FEMALE COMPLAINTS.It .
,.l.,t. Nil and 5 JH fractional! c.c 25. X i, St'c .' of tier pl&reultoo uliiuiai !b,(ikell. D'iriti; t lluuhnle u: JOHN MILTON, A 'true copy-Attest, Atlornrys and Connsfllors at taw, I unrk. .,'. r.n'.r1 r.i.rti,>f f.uur.-Ubnj or H'Hil'i Fit itfof

fX 'V i. T. 4. and E J, S \V 1. S.T :-2'J, T 10, R I'. i thi peiiod. we usodS \\RSAPARILLA{ I IX LAP.GC Solicitor for l'oJnpldinall.Slnlf'n.l R. C. LEVTER, Clerk Ga-Nden; Ci. Court. HAVING formed an association' for the Practice iI ttt of H'vmh.the JJ nienntrmi,
S jiad ii.. aItngtflg -lo i Jul.n MiiU'i. { 'iUAXTlTIK I i *'. but I Ihe dIIiC4QC '\\ai not aire.-cd! in 1. FEir.i: (<'oN, Jr., will attend the several Courts' of the I ,curio; all hue THIS peri.MN.i.f K.dnry suit l>trip'.'(like'.+. ; antI a elfectualla

JOHN n. P \TT n =(\x, the It-a.-t. Wink* the disease was still al t its height. WofUu ) I. Samuel C. Clerk Solii-itor for inplainant.' I IIVhrnarv I Middle Circuit of Florida. and in t lite District' Court By removing ...inictiniis. Hn.) 'I1"alll'll. th, :en"rxl .v-
T.IX C iltpctor l I'or 4lti"'m Couuiv.Hamilton J 1 rail the IVIlaroy, 0. 1 isr). 5 Hm"MRS" I ofthe U. S at Tallahassee. All btuines' entrusted ,, lf in. it cive li>ne nml sirenzili I., the wh<>!. body and tbiu
happetittl one day 'to at I store of
) ">ur veiyzenttniianly Jackson County ji of ,the Circuit Cuut' inj and t t. r enres all fi.rms ofXervoim

-__4v.'nl'wr- __21.__- 1'_._I__'.u__ _. ._o1t;_ ___IO__ _____ a.'t-nt in thi place, aiul relating i I the .;iid County, do !her -by rcitily that tie above is a -- DEMILLY- -- 1 to their care will receive pionipt attention I' ili* 'ns<>K ainl f'Iilih'
manner i in which our child w.i I aillicled, he advised true and, current I irarsciint; of t Iii" "I'iiul! order passed fjrjOificein 'the C.ipitol.February and thus prevents or reie\rs! -\ -re.t "..vvtr ..( nher nit-dii.e! ; .
County Tax Sale.B" I totntikeatrial ol' you, Cincliatagua. I took but in case 1.lrlhEliza \Vliittittoii, (: Obe 17, Is J'J. 7 : a, Spinal Irrllatur..!!-,1. 05:. > .c..13fjance.. SII""ont
vs. Epraim '
F.piiptJt ""t'. ("".uls..,,. &'.
vitiue of the pow -r n'It'I t d) in! an" h1'1.. \ one b .tile I having no confidence i in :it, but coot mcii. diah Whitlington t I "oins for divorce. a I Iii. 2I ---- --- -- ------. ----- I It rl..m'r" the bliMnl. etcitt-t the I'.ver t. heilthv nrtt.n. LineS
*hall expose formle, brfore the C iart H<." ; :' red giving it :according to your direction).. stopping Given under Hiv. hand and ,ivate sea!, ihere being I I S MCUICAL t I ;OTll' C. I| the rtomach. and cirr-t g>..uI l d.',,:,." r.lueee! the b..wei! nlI

d< lor, in tliet'twa of Jasper, Hamilton Comity.nU f'1.1 I r' all t I other medicine.* at otic, and in just' five days t ll.c no 1141101 otJice, this 21st day of December, A. I)., JaT I I equalises torpor Mnd the ciinitintion.nrrul.iiion[ alU\s.,(the unit bilN,1.l,uIiu..n. pnrific, the warmthi ,l k'n.I .

th, 3J tll I sail ihe improved rapidly for three weeks, and to our SAMUEL C. BELLAMY, ri(vk, (EAL.] ) ESPECTFULLY TENDERS: her thanks! to her I I) : 'the public in zen- (taxes ail 'cricuresmil tihnes. remove "II!! ok>trnctn>nv and ;
ftrnperty, <'1 t3 muli tlu-reot'< will bJ mit'ifient ',' i I very great j iy wa appaientlv I'ulcd-Ie.s than two J5y X \:M'llAN. WATSON. I D. C. I X friends and I Ihe public generally lor the I liberal I V oral 'that' he has permanently located himself inInnliccllo. invimrates Ihe entire nervous ay Mem. l I" not this then

|>ay the Slate and County Tave due tlu-regii 'lot the but I lies liavuiu been u<". Xaming this,case; to some January ,>, 1 ls.o. 51 I 3m patronage she has received formerly, and fur a continuant ) Florida and) will be found at all times, : The medicine you prc-cniinnitl, need !
year ISI9, to wit : of our inrreduloiM: friends they seemed to think thai e r/f the same, she caa confide illy say that lor unless But cnn any of there thin;. lie imil i.f S. I1. "fn''t"ndU *, xtf -
The N Ur luf th. S W | of fU-c 1T I U 13, Saad : I Ihe cure miM have been elected by t the u-e of I the the coming sea"on unusually strict: attention; will be be paid professionally to all engaged.; cahI.Strict attention will riot article COMPARED? Thi Tonne WITH Mnn'i THE;iiounl i not ii' h*
professional I I OLD DR'S.brui'e
purporting: tu belong William J. Mill. I S \n \I\\mLI.A, and it was not easy, under the In Leon Circuit Court. .. given ,to her DII int'ss. Her 'table shall not he surpassed I May3,1519. IS nf one (JKAMlKAIT. that tie one is 1ACAPARLE,
WILEY LEE. rl'um"hnffi, In arctic against that opinion : BUT CHAXCERY.. 'I.> any iiithis t' p'-'ce.' I Ilunfer5 '. ill be continually of ULTER1URATH and

Tas \'i ssorand Collector Hamilton Co. : NOW FOR TII PROOF When the d.il..J appeared ; t employed during I the winter nr I ihe wild iKO.v utTclTrxs; !! NEVER SPOIlS,
X vemb.-r2J ISl'J. 40' rttn ; to be perfectly cured!, we stopped giving her your Caleb II. Blood!, Complainant, game of the forest and for the t leathered fowl 01( ,the While, the other D'lr.S ; ,mtni?. fcrwrniinr. and Moving it.bottLe .
rs. ei>ntaminzit &r.o (rdgmenl. ; toe ioiir. echO li< tini
I extract, supposing; :\\jssafe ; but in Iwcna.I\. David P. Hosue. Adm'r. of C. C. I Hill & and lakes. AUCTIONEER ;, ding and d iiriain; other Bonds : Mu Hamilton County Tax Sale. Uys the same eruptions, running at I the eye, and .C., Her i tales of charges inr Doara ana noard and lodg i I pound he poisonous to the -->':am?- Hkat! put acid in.'* s
Charles >
virtu of the ,'ellt,.) in ui? iiy |j\v, I nwellinjj began to return. We wailed five day3 to Mapcs, tt a Defendant ing per diy, week month or year, hall. he satisfactory T.IL1..1l/.l SSII. l'Jl. !!I iystm already intasrd wagS aridVhat eati-c, Oyniiepiin but
powt-r acidt
Done ail in
BY shall! r\i"-sc tor n'<, befote the Court House I see i if I I it t would amount I to any I thing striouj. I It t i increated J T appearing by affidavit made; in this cau'e 'that I I lo her patrons REFC1 T o j j| achs. nhnt miichirf not > know it |rodurrs that,when? flntuence.food sonrs heartburn our pa'pi-toin-

d.t"r, in the town of Jtsu'r.lhmiltol1; Cour.ty, Florida I rapidly a* before. We again commenced t the said defendant, Charles Mapes, reside* out of A stable, wilh' a good usher, is attached Messrs. II. P.ONP, J. W. AROYLE, D. C. Wii.-o.v, J i Intion of the heart liver complaint, iliarrhrei. dysentery, colic
I giving i !her your medicine! and in five days (I he I Ihe State of Florida bul in I the I 1'nited: States : // is Sepliii' 2 ', Isly.I 'iS Cm i and corruption of the blood ? U h.il is ; crofuia bat an acid
in March same F'. FJ.\GGT. J.
on thefir t Monday nest', JSfti), being Ordered Thai the said and : II. Hor o> and T. ARCHER. |I humor in the body ? \Vhii: produce! all the humors whiet*
-- -- -
Chadt.'shp'sdo -- --
the 4th d.iy of tInt month the following di-scnbe I I period ol time ns before,) she began to grow better, appear I March! ID, hE'| 10 ,I bring on Kruptmnsof: the Skin, cald Head. *ilt Hhenm. Ervsipeia. -
I and in about two weeks \\'afiell again. From that, plead or answer the bill cf complaint filed in I CoPartnership.THE White ,
property; or "o much thereof a* will bi sufficient to I -- -------- ) % Swelling* ever sores. and all! tite'ertinflC! tnlernal -
the State and Couuty Taxes due thereon fur the day to I this. the child itai been perfectly "r.11. cause within, fo'ir months from the datenf the Ihi'"l subscribers having tz""r ial.d ,themelveu' tn- j L. SHIELDS, 31. P. J. S. BOND, >I. P. i|' and eitenml ? It u nothing under heaven but an ..ci.Isabcvrce.
pay publication of I this i older the .lie I 1.1. which suur and thai epni' all the fluids of the
My or t said! bill will
lather, I Isaac Hodges! of Xorlh Adams Mas. I
ear I*-I')I. tn *\it : her in APOTHECARY LINE OF Hi:-, i body more or ies. What caoe, Kheurnititii but a sour or
Lot \I}. 3. fractional Sec 21, Lot Xo. 5, fractional 'I a PIJYSICIAX. came to .eeu with, the i intention o ken for confessMl against him : Proridul. That a SIX-:.s. under the t firm of XASII fc TAYLOR respeclfnllv Drs. SHIELDS & BOND acid fiunl. which ininuites ite.'f bvlween the joints and .I.e-
Sec 33. Nand I E.T 1, R 12, puiporting tn belottjto I prescribing for her. bul as \were using your medicine copy of this ord.-r he published in some newspaperpublished siilirit' t the pat ronae of I the cit izeri.t eerie, j| ;,. where irntit.ne anti inttantm; the uelicaie l;.*u.> upoc whitUI
i with success aid thechild improving rapidly.he in Tallahassee, for Ihe space of lourmonths. 11.| luve oidered! and i iftw'drty TTAVINfJ(; associated 'Ihem,elvesi together' in the I It acts t So of nervous duensc*. of impurity of the blond nli
J Felix L*\ ing WILEY LEE, did not condemn it, but lelt his own prescription *, a general, a-"ilrrent' rf MEDICINES: I Ior J-J. practice t>f Medicine, Surgery, &.C., offer their human nature.
Tax A
1I\'lmh.'r 21. tr."fl 46 3m occasion for it, and I am 'tre he will now recommend Dated November S, l"I 13. ucli as ire gotd. I j in country. :,! SOLii.FERMENTING. "
medicine in similar A I true copy from I Ihe miginal.OSCAR i t. Qiincvumt It I Is !19. :-'JI;I COMPOUND-
ca"e Their U the ,
-- your store ipoite| Court' I House, ito )domi.ruu j I _. __ i OF S. P. TOWNSKXI
Middle Circuit of Florida. I Your obedient servant, A. MYERS, Cleik.Nnvtmnlwr street, adjoining I Ihc I'.t Oifice Thomas Jeff. Heir and set he tvonld fun h'.ve it iinitrriiNnI that Did llr. Jcnl
'I Il'JllACi: J. HODGES.: 21 I S49. -IIi .tm MILESJL'NIUS: XU, II Town.etd's Oru41r.fflt'tt.zj Sirtapanila is an IMITATION
hlY Chzjbeth Furl, ) -- -- -- of his .' .'
I __ -- -- ---- ; ; L. TAYLOR. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, infer.or preparalion
r*. Bill for Partition of Land. I I lleaien: forlnd Ihnt we lenn1I ileal in an article which nnlJ
Zichariah C. Fort.1T > i j Ii i HlOU H. II. WI bl.OW, II \: KCn, WALT. ST., '. Y. Attachment. December t2I"t9CabinetMaking.1 50 IITILT. practice: in the Ciic lit Court in each !I bent the ni" t ili.nnt reseinbiannftn F. P. Tnwnaend'i artirJ
/I, Justice's Court fur '*l District lion ---- -- -- % of the Middle Circiif, and in the Supreme and which should bring d> wn iin.n| the Old Lit.,uch a mountain
-'jJllcuin| ; 1actorily to the Court that' 7.1.11. I|I New York, Sept. M 1 S IS. oj County. County i load of complainiannd crimination from Asentu who have mid.
X ariad C. F*.rt, the defendant due* not roii.In in !i i T. Frederick A. r.ay, F.s:
this State, bnt Ihe State of (;t'or u : It i* Ordered My Dear) Sir-I cheerfully' comply wilh jour re- tee lor his site, Marv 1-:. Flagjj,1| Arnnunt of debt .-r--,,. rl'I"I subscriber having taken the TalUI'a"see. :! CO.MPOl'.M! 1).
I ,tf\; We w ih it nnder'tood. hecaun it is the
Tnat the aid Xic'.iaruh! C. Fo.l, and all ntlier prrjtu ipiesi in acknov\lrdging! wilh' olhds, I the benefit r*. J. S23 ()). and Ware.Ilus.rnrccemuilv I Monticello January 20, IS IS. 23 I{ S. P. Town.'end's article and Old I>r. Jicoh altalnte Townwnd's trutA. that-
interested in the premises of which parlitiun isnought which I bave derivnl! from t the u-e of .\'nllf" 1'Atiuct' Protection Insurance Corrpany I 'v-u o''iipieil bv_ Mr. Gerard Vinzerhoets, -- --- ------- SAparilU are kenrn-ifiil' apart, aud mJiniMf amimHar ; that

by this Hill, do appear and anvcr the uid: II ofCallchala u.\.r" California Plant. Its( elect! up. New Jc-ri-ev. )j is ,iiepared to Manufacture' kinds Cabinet Furniture CAR \WA Y SMITH: ,] [\V. S. DILWORTH.M3TH in they common.As are unlike. m every pirl.cular. h.ivini; not one single ihinr

Kill of Complaint in this case filed, vvithhi three on mv svfctem are evident and gralifving, and have 1'111--I I defendant and all others, interested lieie- ;' and hannw hand a good anrltnl'nlwhieh & ]3LWaTF. S. P. Townend is no doctor and never it nochenii
month from the date hereof. I i indiiccd me recommend i its t Uhnio my: liiends! ; and notified, c.f the commencement' of thi .nit \\11 ne sold low (for cash. GEO. DAMON.' *!. no pharrxnceuiisl knows no mnre of medicine was or 4s-
The premises for partition ol which the Bill i is 1 am pleased! to a>.uie you that in no instance' haveI by attachment, returnable to a Justice's Court to beheld Furniture tepaired at the shortest' notice and on ATTORNEYS AT LAW ea e than any other common, unsnentiiic. Qniiruiesional mail

filed, is known an.1 described at the following tracts I been disappointed in its t-tlicacy. I do not hr-iulate at Tallahassee, on ,the I Mh day of March, A. reasonable I terms. January 19, I l.S i 0. 2 tim MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. what futranter 3C.entitle cm meit-.cme.the puhiic hnve thai they Ve reteivm' arennine
ront.-uninc all the the
virtue* ot
or parcels of land, Ivin; and b.in; in the County of I in my confidence in jIM retnaikable medicinal qualities I 1). 1 1S.:0, and to appeiraml plead 'to I the karne.Given : ----- --------------- -- ------- article* ned in preparing u and w hat -ire incapable: ol'ch.in. f*
Leon.Stateof Honda to wit : K J N W I 4St.e21 I ; and to state thai, I b'-licve it will be found 'to bean under my hand and seal, this ,the 3M day of HE Quincy Male and Female Academy July 71519. 27. which miRhl remlcr Ihrm the AUK.NTS of liwe.e.un-ipt.I of

W i N \V 4, Sec 2: ; W i S W J, See 2J ; all in T I excellent' remedy in mo!t cases of diseases of the December, IS-19. _I. re-opened January 7t h. The recond session henlth.But wti, ele honld
1. H Nand W. liver aVid kidnevs, in ,pulmonary, affections and also EDWARD M. WEST, (CE..] will cnniniHice June Iilh. Student may enter at I A. E. MAXWELL lire eomparHiiiely ti ) of medicine tie etpectcd or IfIaete from: !one It require w h..know* a >enwof Both

It if farther Ordered, Tint a copy of this order a in the purification of I the blood, &. That jour Justice, of I the I'cace. any time during; the year, and, after Ihe second weekof A lFll'QJ'lM:W U sourn e |>ericnce to cook and .'erve up even a common derent|
lie published once a week lor the space of two months. met it in the introduction' of I this invaluable plant January 5, 1 ISoO. 52 3m I he session they will be charged only from 'the Lj"l.9 lieal. How much mme imp.rtart is it thai iheluelsons who use
I 'time ol entering. Hoard be had at prices varying attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir- Hlactnre medicine designed far
ID tl me new,;) ptr printed in the city of Tdllaha may be appieciatetl' i is ,the sincere \\i..h of may WILL WEAK
Si ate aforesaid. Yours t-i-nerely, R. H. WIN I.OW. from $.i to 10 per month. For further particulars fjCJ- Office over S. F. Bumey's Store. ihonld STOMACHS AND EXrEEBLID STSTEMS,
toe, Attachment. now well the medical rnes itt Ihe b**!
'IIO BALTZELL., Judge. f/J* Pamphlet ((.ntainin a de ciiption (If California sec printed catalogue, which may be obtainedby Tallahassee, Oct. 27, 1S4'J. 42 tanner af Icttring and dm centra pni tin| ; their healinf planfci. virtue*,
J.t Febinary, 1S30.A together' with inteiesting infnimalion' in relation Injustice"* Court, Second JJistiict, Leon County. application! 'lo N. H. STEWART, also an extensive knowledge of the various diseases which affect
Jan. 2'' I tV>(0. 3 Principal. the human syilent an.: hw to ad.tpt remed.es to lhe'e dise.i*r
true cont-Attest, (10 the C" CIU r.UUA, itsl emal kahlf' .ffiC")' Chailes T. Darby ) S. S. KNIGHT, It is to nrrel I'rau.U upon the unforiunate. t.> talm IdA
OSCAR \. MYERS, Clerk. I and cures are GIVEN AWAY at the AGI N IES: rs. > Amount of Debt, 50( 00. Notice. Wholesale & Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer wounded hi'manity. lo kindle hrve In the despairing boaom. la
)."h,UJIf\' 2. I"'O. 4 2m Suld by LEWIS & AMES, Thaddeus I D. Van Horn. ) restore health and bloom and ij.: r .nw the crushed and bn-
months after date I shall accounts' : kea.and lo bino.h infirmity that OLD IiK.\COB TO\Vi\3E.M
defendant and all others interested my
Agent, Tallahassee. Flol ida rpHE are hereJ. SIX TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. baa SOUGHT and KUI/.ND the bnn
opportunity aud means la |
U. S. Marshal's Sale. October43lS4. 30 Cm by notified' of the commencement of this suit v.iuchers t II,) t the Honorable Court of Probates his

virtue of a writ of fi. fa. isued' out of the Dis. by attachment, returnable to a Justice's' Court 'lo be for t tlii* County of L-on, and a"k for a final settlement KEEPS constantly advance on hand.andoficrs for cash all for sale al a ; Grant Universal Concentrated
cost the
I on standard
BY rid Court of the United Slates for the Northern' held al Tallahassee on Ihe ISlh day of Febr-iary, A. and discharge as Executor of ,the last \ ill articles in his line. Flours of j Iteiuedy
District of Florid.l, on a judgment for the foreclosure P. P. LEWIS, I D. 1S50, and lo appear and plead 'lo the j.,.ie.Given and testament of William Turner, deceased. approved qual-] j within the reach,and tn the knowleduv of all who need it,that
ilies Collees.! Teas Bacon Hams .
MATHEW TURNER. -Sugars, Pork, they kn: y learn and know, by jovl'u eiperience. usTraiisceiiileiit
nl f mortgage in r.'orof Robert Hahoraham: plaintiff, n or. 'Jlra irl under my hand and seal, this lUlh day of February 2, l' .V O. 4 Om Soap, Candles, Lard, and all similar articles-loAether j Posqto Heal.
I December 15-1'J.
S "', John J. Maxwell defendant will expose! for ,
with Fruits Irish Potatoes
House door in determined' to change his location from EDWARD: M. Onions, Nuts, Sold wholesale and retail
lie, before the Court the cil v o' Tal. HAVIXG WEST, [SEAL.] hyTHOMPSON.
Kaisin Almonds and all
*, Fig; olher !
h1u.seeonIO L.\Y the 4th diy of March next, Ga. to Tallahassee, Fla., would Justice of 'the Peace. Notice. found in similar establishment articlejtuually F SKILLAN] & CO.,

the following named n'&io Flu(. : respectfully tender and his the prufciIion..lOI'IC't'5 to the : December J 15, J S HI. 49 2m THE subscriber having; fitted up the TANERY StoreneaY door above G. H. Meginni s'in Mon- I 10- Nassau Street, New York.Andliy .
citizens tUi
Prg;y. aged about "iJ years ; Ajrippa, aged about43yeara of surrounding country.' lie : 'this place known as Raker's Tanvard, has roe street. I
; Tcrah, aged about 39 year ; AmSrosf! aped will visit, MontIcello, Madison, and Thomasville, Notice. now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER! April 2S, 1849. 17 LEWIS&AAILS,
about 29vearj ; Richcl, aged about 1 II years ; Ga., wheic he will be prepared to practice his pro. for sale! ; and! will have tine BOOTS and SHOES Iv Agents, Ta'Habassee.

Jane, about 12 \carn; Harry, asjed abaut lOyeam ; Ifsiinn in all its' various branches, hoping horn many SIX months after date, the undersigned will apply made 'to order. He ha* on hand a superior article of April 21.> 1S-19. 16- Iy
Alice aged about 2 years ; and William aged about years expel ience in t the science 'lobe able to give entire the lion. Judge of Probate for Leon County' doublcd-soled NEGRO SHOES. He would here return GEO. H. BESTWICK,

J 'ar. satisfaction. All operations will be warranted. for letters of dismission from the Estate of Arthur his thanks' the citizens of Gadsden and the Wholesale & Retail Grocery & Provision Dealer, Blacksmithing.G .
levied on at the mortgaged by said Ladies waited on at their residence. i/urney; ten. deceased. Counties for their of
ur property I adjoining past patronage, and xay TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA sulitanlial, ami cheat) UlacUsDiithinp
defeudant, and to beaold to satfv, ,.nd: writ of Ii. fa.JXO. Il"frrmt'rJ, I 1. A. Hrandon, A. W. Preston, JOHN. HART, Ex'r. to them that he will continue, to manufacture( Leather ar.d for sale the all kind done at the Shop near my Stable, tcrupiril -
T. MYRICK. MaiKhal S. S. Adams, J. II. Hill! Rev. P. P. Smith, Thomas. September S, 1SJ9. 33GinNotice. KEEPS constantly on hand, at
Hoots' and Shoes, tit his old stand in GadsdenCounty t cash prices, for cash, all tho article, ? in List jear by Miller V Brokaw.
lly Gto. W. HUTCKIMI D. M. ville.Dis. --- near Qnincy. He will he glad at all limes I this I line business. Flours of best qualities Sugar, January io, ISIU. 3 A. A. FISHER.S. .
W. J. rinlon and J. H. Pope, Madison Court
S50. 4 5v the above articles
February 1.1 1 Houe. exchange allY of for Oak Hark, Cotlee, i'cas. Bacon lIamsSoapCanJIt'.NulsRasin

Notice. (r:: Office at Mrs. J. L. Demillv's. SIX months at'ter' date I will apply to the Hon. Hides, crippled negro hoy, or his own paper. Lard, Whiskey, and all other articles usually S. Knight

October 13, 154''! 40 Cm of Probate' for I the County' of JC'fTl'rsoOfor { JGood Hoot and Shoe makers, of steady habits, found in similar establishments.' All persons wanting '- % continue business at his old stard, where

T undersigned being an\ionHloclo e his tnc-r- letters of dismission as administrator' of Anderson can have employment. 'to purchase any of the above articles, are respectfully \ jILL hopes to wait oil &.uch, ti his ft lends as have
cantil aT( .ir<' lit t Madison Coiul I noii"e, (.ft 'rll Tin Manufactory. Saved I late of said County, deceased. w. H. MCMILLAN. invited to call and price them before buy. heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, ineroij.

for ale biH n'ire stock, consisting e-( a ceneral a>- ; additional! WILLIAM SNEED. TuellahasseeFehiruary 2. 1550.1 Iy .. i ins elsewhere. ing that all shall have good articles at lair prices.
Mtmnt: of GooJ usiullv kept in a country iore, HAVMG] engaged workmen we are Jefferson County, October 20, lilO.a 41 Cm JETNA Store (formerly occupied by L. & II. Greenberg April 29.1SJ9.17
till all orders in
to line in
. gelher with the storehouse, l lot t. and fi\t Jteti.- our a k Co., corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets.
Any person desirous entering jt.to a lucrative and pionipt and satisfactory manner. All orders from Notice.X HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. May 1-2, ISIti. 19
etfebusiness, would do well) to look at I the dlock, a the country will receive immed'ate attention.' A Stocks' and Cotton in Ware-house Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
I will be offered on the most favorable terms.A. liberal discount given to mtrcha and dealeis. = months after date, I shall apply lo I the Honor. BUILDINGS !t loss by fire. A Valuable TractOF liE subscribers have on hand! two hundred and
H. COLE. T WHITE .CO. O able Judge of Probate in and! for Ihe County of LEWIS & AMES, T filly ounces ot Sulphate of Quinine, which they

Madison C It..January 121850. 1 6t June 9, ISO. 23 Jefferson for discharge as one of the Administrators January 2C.( 1950. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. LAND IN MADISON COUNTY FOR SALE.T base obtained tilted from the manulaclurcrs, sad

of William Bellamy, late of said County' dcr WILL sell at private sale, the tract of LAND be- they will warrant it to be a superior article.

Pain Killer. Fruits, &c. ud SMITH SI&lKINS.Jefleison Garden Seeds. J. longing to the estate of the I Itle John J. Doyce. We have enlarged our stock nf Thugs and IVfWi

supply of Perry Davis' Pain Killer,ju- ORANGES _CunlyJanuary 11)) 16iO. 2firn LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS It is conveniently and advantageously situated' containing cines by recent anivpU, and are prepared to eserule
AFRESH and for salt bv RAISIXS( DS, lEMONS -- A just received from the celebrated garden of G near one thousand acre of hammock, oak, orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail,

T. WhITE fc CO., Agents.NOVE'V APPLES, ONIONS, Notice. R. Garretson, on Long Island. For Kale! .bv and hickory and pine land, with about 300 acres now on the most accommodating terms.
in cultivation. Buildings and (for the most We have also a few accounts yet due to us for tr.
her 17. H.J9. 45Bagging IRISH POTATOES, months after date, I will apply to the Honor LEWIS &. AMES. pastures
MACKEREL in half barrels and kills, SIX Judge of Probate' for thc County of Washington January 5, IS:O. 52JUST part good. Persons desiring to remove to Florida, year 1317. They are generally in small amounts,
:, PICKLED BEEF TONGUES, for letters of tli&mi-sion from the administration : : are invited lo call and examine for Iheinselvex. but if the whole could be paid shortly it would go

Just received and for sale by of the estate of Mathew Tucker deceased.HENRY received and for sale three barrels Roe Her Terms reasonable. far towards liquilatingceitain sums which we ewe
T) OPE. AND SALT for sale by JOHN C. McGF.HEE.I'ebruarv LEWIS & AMES.
JV"A'I'OII January :f., I I/>. bi December?, ISt 19.) 50 :,, ISAh. 52 Ca January 19, ISO" 2 16, 15:. 6 tf April W.fits <1