The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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January 27, 1849
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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Semi-weekly Floridian


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Address of Gov. Brown. ion ofa statesman: for the second ofiica in the' Co'tlponJmr of the Journal of Commerce. \ TRY-KEEP TRYING. President and his accomplices, and they shall signed i it who "'rl, it will b0 published to tillS t',

After the oath was administered by Chief (lovcrmncnt, who is liberal, enl'ghtcncd' and CHIEF JUSTlCE lt\HSHALL. have yoth efibtts prrvred .in vain ? themselves appoint a magistrate i to be charged South, fortlje .men fthcSuth to reflect u4 I

Gov. Uno\\'x delivcied abate sec ional prejudices, and t'estined, I trusty RICHMOND, Va., Dec. 2!, 1819. Do not !ink to eaith' again, ; with the functions of public minister. A law act upon.. ,
Thomas Douglas, : .
Justice L Providence Tr-ip : ilg _. .
to a large shall the other I
occupy space among What visits this he They dnA hereafter to be passed decide. "
stranger cily-como \h. nothing
an ndJres*, in substance: (says: the Sen. he sUtesruen who are to be instrumental in from ever so great a distance-Um asks,where fcather's'cigb cn will break them through; cases of responsibility, as well as the forms touis NOlolcol ?uDL QcU, T jid1;

inel; ) u follows : the preservation of this Union, won by the did live ? What domicil. had the and conditions of the prosecution; of them.- The .lohilt Register discourses as 4
the Sflalefl.'td valor, and erected by the wisdom of our Fa. Marsbal On yourself alone reiving, (Art. 60th.) fJows
Ccntlctncn/ of its roof that of
spread protecting over You will the conduct of "those
tyiusc of Representatives: : thers. And now is the period when the Farewell ti tall and reverend head," from which, as conquer, try-kejp trying. '. Jn ttL case of a vacancy in the office of papers which recent,

Fiat-ow-CmzuNs : I respond most hear. Address of Washington ought to be pu. fiom a fountain, light streamed on the science Falter forth not-but all upward rise, President, the Vice President! succeeds ; buta Iy supported Gen. Taylor, yet speak despairingly i

lily to the charge which has teen so emphat. blished by every patriot editor, and caused t tlie to of the law, but which now lies low in the repose Iil% Try-keep your energies t/ying.} new ejection shall he held within a month. of. France on account of the election .of

cally and impressively z given ; and I assure lead! in tho family of every patriot .- of the tomb ? [ had seen the original Erery ,'.ep that jou progress No person related to time President in the least Loui Xapolepti j

jtizens that and vcnrradou comes to us now, as the warning voice of in Will make your future eflbtt less ; degree can be Vice President. Some of the
J ou, fcllow.,::; my rrsped sitting graceful dignity on the Supreme papers of'hi* Coiinfrv IIJII]|
the Father of his from the land. Tiy' ecp tiyinjfrOn The Vice President is to be elected by tho are
spirit of
4\r\ these books presented (o me, con. licnch, and by going to Washington can see the truth an. Goji relSwar.; & unijta! upca Ue incapacity: of ihe Krencfi
taming thc Constitutions of this State and of Fellow.cilizcns, no (patiiot': no statesman, his Lust in marble, lacing: that bench in company You \'i jcofl'j or.', ry-kctp trying. National Assembly from :list of iLoie .nomi} i. people ftr ?n iteJicn.t, / eiercif.o of the ?
l II he should countenance the intimation, for one mo- nated by the President, within one month ;f. of rlgbt
!.he United States, are only surpassed >y I with Ellsworth and Jsy, his illustrious Ponderous barriers you' may meet, eHflfragc, ( fn iljelr! CfWceV
veneration I feel for that book, meld, that this glorious, this free and happy but I wanted his house ter his election. Louis. tapobon f
deep inspired predecessors ; to see ; tut against ;hern bravely be.t ; or I'reL'enj' They talk! of
used in the solemn ceremony which has just Government, secured by the union of these to look at least en the exterior of that house, Try-keep trying; Thp Council of S ate i is a very indefinite (the military enthusiasm f for the CMHoriouViin.clc ; lj

teen performed ; and the Ubc of :.hich is a States ; this model human wisdom and great. said to bo adorned as much by tho beautiful r\unlit should drive you from the (track ; body to be elected by Assembly, with the as the cause of the success of the

public declaration of our faith in the Chri I, ness-can be destroyed. When its influenceis development of ihe private virtues, as official Or turn Try you I from your purpose back; following l list duties : and express much terror fir the nephew

nation and belief in now being;; felt and imitated by all the nations station and abili -keep trying ; Art. f.The CouncH' of State sh\1 be con. of this consequence
fin religion, as a our was by public acknowledged On yourself! alone lehin anti.rtPIIlcn memory of Marenn-rt
iht'i overruling providence of Almighty God!, of Europe, it is not a matter ot'specula.. ties. I walked up Marshall street, running You iv ill con uq; ly-keep t yiag. stilted all bills or laws to
os well in the affairs of nations, as of Individmis. lion just now to bo tested, t that the people of parallel with Clay street and Leigh street, : You will (ronoucr if you tiy- the government, which, according to law, must of the need of tried ch'i! qualifications sense an.l' t

: I am oppressed: with a conscious sense the United States arc capable of 6olfgo'Dr.mcnt.or named respectively after those eminent men, Willhe good before you die; be presented for their previous examination ; : known principles.! I H a Hub : that

of my insufficiency for so responsible an un. that the arch,, which together both yet living, though not in public life.- 1''y-kerp Irjin-; and they shal also advise upon preliminary thow u-ho clpres snl1'tJt! fyr the ,
with! this glorious Confederation, is strong Remember-nothing i is po true, lils; Assembly' irny send to them French this Krcngeaf aarqs I
<3ci taking, and shrink from its assumption Near the head Marshall street was pointed on head, were, only three
As they who dare will do I months
fear and trembling, if I did not rely confident.fy enough to bear the pressure of war in defenceof out to me a plain old mansion, situated in the Try keep trying ever, ; ; !)r their exmination'. The Council of State I ago, fighting fur success in a Presidential con.

upon the support and assistance of the Su.jireme rights, our national honor, or our liberty. angle of two srreets, and having two porches On )out self:ant G.l tefylng, shal prepare the rules public' acliuicistraticn, I lCt ; :, eJJ-: I LJC Lai l? Of ; rcprfjQ! ,

Rider of the Universe, in all my lIOn. The recent successes in Mexico! were not ne. each commanding view of a street. In the You mil conquer; ;r\'-keep trying. shall alone, &nd by itself ruake rules j in I cliively mihitar1, du redingtr.puiseg|i| ? ?

Cbt efforts to a faithful and zealous discharged cessary to establish that posiion. The war yard, not a very contracted one, may be seena relation to subjects over which the National IJt thuse pi f f hero.worship and substituting for

{ my public duties-with a cordial co-npera- of 1812,justly called the war of the few trees of the locust and mulberry specie!, From the Mobile flegLbr. I Assembly shall give to it a special command. I principles, thc popular watchwords, for vclo-

lion of the co.ordinate Departments of the revolution, settled these questions, and no evidently (the growth of many ycais. The TI1H PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. :. If: :1 exerciseorer. the public administrations, I 11 i ii,) battles.Palo Alto, Monterey and Und: '1

Go\crnmcnt; and a kind and charitable! con. sound statesman: has since entertained a doubt house is quite isolated from others, and this is The interest felt in the election ofthe first all I th powers control ofsuperintemlcnce nl; "!..ta. We like to hear Taylor men 'Umcnliiig t

bideiation of my fellow-citizens, in regard u upon these subjects. Hut there were giants tho fortunate style of buildings in this city, President ofthe French Republic, and the divers i. which shal hereafter be conferred upon it by the anti-republican suscojrtibilify'
all official in the laud, in those days -giants at the head which, be said to be law. law will determine the other pow. France to the impressions
my acts. Washington, may a (expressions opinion about the effects of and recollect ions, of ft
icu .are .now on the eve separating, gen. ofthe Government-giants at the head of our city of magnificent distances," at least so the election of Louis Napoleon! have inducedus ers and duties of the Council.It heroic achievements, the thy after they had: t I
for army, and at the head of our ; and men far the houses concerned. is obvious that the powers of this holy: a ? J ( 4 1 1
tlcmen of the General Assembly, 3our re. navy as dwelling are to examines into the value and powers of \(1 great poical Inump'f, here Ly cold'
epectivc homes I tryst, in the acts you have who helend we were a chosen people of God, The business streets are compact, though hilly. the Executive under the new constitution.The will depend materially 911 the legislation oftht blooJetl [political! speculation$ on the! more I
Genera and his Providence, we would be I Assembly' and there is ample: scope i ir a very crous impulses I here. germs 4
passed at the present session of the There is plenty of room for progressive title is, President ofthe Republic. He Ifcppciallj aroused will

Assembly, you have: .accortJpli llcd all the puh. guarded and protected. I Lele\.e now, that building, and the court-yauls are frequently must be a native Frenchman, thirty years of significant t influence over the Executive.Correspondence we be with their dWj! at the borrowed in. 9 1

Jc; good demands, at your: hands, at this time. hi::overruling Providence preserve our ornamental. In that house lived te great. age. The term is [faf four years, and he is Charleston ..Mtrntry.CONGRESSIONAL IJueuces with which the nephew-shines, on tIme 4

There arc two subjects to which your labors ..union, against the designs of all the fanatics, expounder oftbe 1 l'. Those trees I took! it 1 not eligible until .after another period of four ,reflected( glory of his uncle, when we see lh
hate !been paiticulaily' devoted which t.he\ and the gasconading of all the partisan ema. for granted he planted. Seeing a man at I years. The V ice President is not eligible fur WASHIXGTOX, Jan. 10. crowds of very patriotic? American citizens
people arc deeply interested ; a scheme of internal gogues in the land. work. on the opposite side cf the street I accos. President, within the same interval. All the * who are pressing t forward; tc'claim the Conors

improvement, and a proper system of In the discharge of duty, my humble efforts ted him : relatives and kindred of the President to the In Congress but little h; ]J/een/ aii'l offices of the country, because they lava. 1

education. 1 hope the bills which }ou have shall, be directed to a firm and unyielding: sup. Did you know Chief Justice Marshal?1" sixth degree, are also e cludec! from the, suc. done. (In (the' Senate. nothing. In the IJo.use I ivorked fpr; the election; of their .chi.f,; 'ii'J) 1It
port ofthe rights of the South, and the cultivation ., a number of reports were made from various look him ,
enacted in regard to railroads, will prove am. 41 Oh yes, he replied. And can you cession. I to as iho god f.itcr{, of now party: : ,
jie)] for those objects ; and that, by the (time ofa good understanding i: with our Northern tell me about him ?I" Tho stranger lethoughthutnsehf'a ;; The Constitution requires for the election of committees, the.only one of interest, however. .. from whom power and patronage( I fc tocI.SCen'J

you will again be required, by the Constitu- brethren, praying fr the. aid ofa beneficent moment, then communicated a piece President, that he shall receive by ballot.the being ope from the committee on Affairs upon his adopted political; chii'Jren.,' Ilunnn
. Creator in honest discharge made by Mr.I Ki>o, of Georgia, relative
lion, to assemble here, their effects will bo : to suppoit me an information: which, if not of an intellectual absolute majority of all the votes given, .n' nature is not very dissimilar on the twp sfJc-j
" witnessed in the improvement and prosperity of my official duties.Sclf.inndc character, was at least characteristic of the that these shall amount to at least two millionsof I to the construction of a Railroad across the of the Atlantic, and considerate( observation! :
Isthmus of Panama. The; advocates
, of every portion ofour- beloved State. Rut, deceased jurist. Taking his hat or!; and placing ; votes. If the highest candidate has cot I report pin detect few points of distiuction, r twpe"J
If to bean ; the construction of the Road and at
gentlemen, the paramount subject of all others .ICtl.-U you arc exception it under his arm, have seen him," majority, or have not two millions of votes. Ih l argues the Honarpartism of |*rancc and ( Ta'for. t
said Crabbc to his ( considerable length and with much ability t !
land is ed !r. young sai-J J he from market in this ism of the U. State "
in this, our happy and favoied coming way, choice is to be made fr.o.1 among the five ? .
friend, be the first in all observation the of the whelm
ucation. It is upon the education of the youth you my bare headed, and carrying a parcel of eggs in highest candidates, by a majority of the National question immense advantages -- .--
", and You take the the United States' must when it is completed
of our country that depends, not only our pic I experience. may his hat, striding along as if nobody saw him." As reap TiE WHIGS AND SLAVERY.
whole population cf Maryland I and select from. nhly from its so much shorter a routeto
eminence as a nation, but its character, hop : Jt \v-S cyen so. No one who knew his ways His are strictly defined and limited. being 1. The Whigs proper are just now in '
it 50 men who arc most distinguished f for talents the and countries bordering a ('t'pro.
pincss and permanence. It is said that money I I would dispute the fact. His intellectual habits He has power to bring in bills before the Pacitt al ratio dilemma. In the North, they are
or description of public usefulness, importance the Government ; Iry.
is be assured fellow-citizens, that any seemed at times almost to forbid a Assembly by his ministers I urges .ft lug t hack out from the
power- my proper as governmentmeasures. ( Of, .
and I will answer for it, they arc all, everyone giving aid to Mesors. ,,Ste. :|
Jviiowledgc is fly the principles of attention to the outer man. A friend of mine Aain\vl abolition eicitenjenthicb'. for
power of them who tIle without phens and who the ypar They
men began Chaunccy, \ secure
our glorious institutions, t the field of office, i is word observed he had often seen him measuring He may dispose ofthe armed force but never ; have been tic. most active to appl.uw; aVl en..
a dollar. Look into (ho public to build the from the (
open and free for every citizen, and as \vc extend the dusty street with his long footsteps, being command it in person. He has no powerto governmentof courage rin fhe South they are trjin".'1,7 ,
of the nation, and who are they that take the New Grenada., and recommends the rr
the scheme of education, we extend the upparently unconscious that there was any alienate any portion ofthe territory, nor cover the! ground they are ejargsj!; wiTh La,.
lead there ? They arc men \vho made their of a bill directing the Secretary, of thNa'y .
field of choice. You witness to. ay a prac. such thing as a trottoirc or side walk. lie shall he be able to dissolve or adjourn the National ing l fort Iy.a combination with iho faua/Jcs of
own fortunes-self-made men, who began to enter into a contract with those
tical illustration of our simple, equal and Re. wore in hot weather a tortQfbom1lzinp frock Assembly, nor in any manner to suspend gen. other sections. For instance, 3ft r'inch! ,
with nothin The rule is It tlemen to the mails, pa.
publican: institutions, in the elevation, by the unh.eral. pervades coat, and it was al ono to tho "oM chief" as the or the operation of tho Consti. convey government tiers as the North American, and such polUi.
I our, State and from the stores, troops, and officials, for the term of
lice choice of the people, of'one of the most Courts I'\'derl they c'ill him whether its lustre was new tution. He is to present yearly, by a message clans as Fillmore have written and talked of
highest to the lowest. It is true of allt the twenty at a compensation of J30,000:
humble and unpretending of their citizens to pro. or tarnished. His fondness for Iltloit.c Uting to the National Assembly ; an account, ,of the years Southern arrogance, till the vials of \rratj
fessions. is it has been the
so now so at annum, stipulating complete
the highest ofiico in the State. Therefore, I ; anytime is fully attested. general state of the affairs of the J Republic. per company have been exhausted-after they
since I have known ihc public men of the road in three and to build fireproof pne'.Q-
cherish education as the palladium of our libcrties. The number of members of the club to He negotiates and ratifies treaties, but notrtaty years couragcd and aided the wild (
this State or the nation ; and it will! be so warehouses at .each end of ihe line for projecis > H
which bo Jelongctyas limited. No strictly shall b conclusive ueijl after jt has OtdJiugs; and the Saqes-a! ,I at ouse, wheu
while our institutions continue. You ; the use oflhc United B't t.tcs. The
present Cfmi'miteon
I'ellow-Citizens! I close here lJUtJin'ing men met at a been the National see where the .
might ; young admited. They approved by assembly.He they .cyrrcut Js l fcaj/'jig ihem
must throw a man !his own resources to Naval Affairs cOlsidere the of so
solemnly pledged before you, and in upon place called Buchanan's Spring, a little out of is directed to watch over the defence o : subject they shrink back with JJQco from. the consequences
bring him out. The struggle v.-h'ch i is to result much importance that .they instructed Mr. -
the, presence of God, who holds! the destinies the city, and there pursued their simple and the State ; but has no power to undertake any of I heir insensate policy; 'and 'cry
in eminence too arduous, and must be to move that ten thousand extra copies
cf nations in his hand, to support the Con si ti.i i harmless: sports. .Marshall entered into thm war without the consent of the National As. aloud to the Democrats lo fuIJthem, out of iho
.continued too !long, to be encountered and of the be published! and that the be
tution of the United States, I should not per with an enthusiasm quite remarkable. Forgetting acmlJI]. He has the pardoning power ; but report IJi scrape. The North Amerc-n:: of
maintained voluntarily, or unless I as a mailer made Ihe special order for tho day, the yesterday
mit this occasion to pass without the cxprcs all law, forms of justice, silk gowns, he shall not have the power to exercise this gives the hailing sign distress in its leading
of life and death. He who has fortune to fallback appropriation bills should be disposed The
sion of an opinion in regard to the crisis now arguments pro and con, opinions and decrees, function until after ho has taken the advice of article, objecting to and deprecating a SOuth h.
soon slacken from his efforts, motion for the punting of the copies

the Southern of upon wi he went into the play as ifsome of the Council of State amnesties&lal (ltr ern Convention t and it talks
impending over portion our and finally from the Will great Jestinj {$ ; general was referred to the Printing but ; a.? gliMy hot '
competition. hung on the results. he be law for that Commitct the Union, and the ]
Union. Though only granted by a passed importance oF preserving
mc it is a question whether it is desirablethat the motion to make the bill a special order not
There is no public officer) who will defend well be diverted of the dignity with which purpose ; the President of the Republic, the it, as if it had not been fjrsl and foremoet in th
a ghoul.1 leave his, in order unless unanimous consent,
of parent son any proper. j I Nature had endowed him, he did on these Ministers well all other by enunciation, for
the sovereignty of the States, the rights ty at all. You will have a large fortune, andI oc. as as persons condemned objections were made and it went over. some years, of th m wt mis
the South tho of the Con casicns become "a child again," and cnjpy the court onlybe chievous sectional l '
and compromises by high ofjusticc may .ductjrijfies. 7Sa
I am sorry for it, as it will be the spoiling of a The Secretary of the Treasury,, in pari! pnt'the
fctitution with more firmness than I will. I even cbuldish things. pardoned by the National Assembly.In S "them'bis is quite as .
good lawyer. These ire deliberate sentiments reply to a of the House made last month,
would say to all who would be disposed to \'i. my The grand aim of each man: was to ring regard to the veto power, the provisions cal They, too, are anxious: /> be
and I shall rejoice (to find, in instance sent into t a return showing the different : /leit
elate those sacred rights, thus far thou shah 1 shall be mistaken." your the bolt," or throw the quoit so accurately as are, that laws of emergency shall be promul. t kinds and values articles of iron j'm- jvlitical /iCfl-to' ;fco J ahcliuml front

jjo, and no further." Hut there is a wide difference -- -- to bring its aperture right over the uprightpeg gated. .after three days: from. their passage, and, ] ported, and duties received since the enactment : t. the storm which might have been allayed, if

I humbly conceive, between a firm PCIT.\XlSI.-CarJle in his singular] workon in the ground, and thus encircle it. This other laws after- oaa month, counting Irom' the .rlhe TarifF af 1342, from \\lbh I have they } ilslemid la the voice, of ihe ai nat

and manly resistance, to unjust encroachments, pp. has the f following the old gentleman could do with equal" precision day when they were adopted and passed by taken the f. which : be DemoClC ThyTi be to glad if th",

and the empty vapouring and gasconade which quaint and striking passage : and satisfaction. Hut he must have the tho XalOla Assembly. During the period interesting, as lowing contrasting sumoia/y the operation may of thc wi only a hand, and helj& .

lias become so common, in the form of /slcre Give a thing time ; if it can succeed, it is way' clear. No interfering obstacle could betolerated delay specified, the President may, by a message two 'i'ariflsXlaknzenl : Ihem out of dimctlr? ;
otyped resolutions that we rcmembar tho fa. a right thing. Look now at American Saxondom The cool philosophy of the Juris assigning rer.sons therefor, renuire a reconsideration encompassed. The picture is one that migh

ble of the Hoy and the Wolf; and should dan. I, ; and at that little Fact of thu sailingof :I consult was equal to the unaffected simplicity). of the t h l r which 'has been. lure of Iron showing mid the Stet/eoJne, impotted of ben qv1yzn' ufac-Tariffs be elaborated. We have given tW eullitimerely. ,

ger actually come, the sober and discreet I the Mayflower, two hundred years al1'ofrom of his nature ; but once, as a member of the passed. The Assembly shall then reconsiderit of IS I'J ant IS-I'.'), and the gross lllle amount of I .-Itnnsyhanlan.Another .

would hardly regard our cries. There WAS a Delft la.en, in Holland Were we of club informed me, the skirt of his bombazine after which the resolution it may ta've'! up. duties received tlurDJ:

time, fcllow-citizens, ", hi.n there was no man: open tense as Greeks were, we had founda garment having interfered wih'the full swjngof on the matter shall be final and definitive, and imniu TiE TARIFF 0,18 12.! Projected Raih&adto- PacificrA 1

however high his standing and influence will poem here ; one of nature'l own poems, his arm, ho betrayed : .- shall!! be transmitted to the President. In sucha From the t 1st t Oct. 1311, to June 30, 18J-7 new projector/ a railroad to the Tacilm, '.

the people might have been, who would ha.edarcd such as bhe writes in broad facts ocr greatcontinents. His countenance, his temper, would soon case: the promulgation of the said law shal Value of arliclea( Value of art Total irn- Gross amt.pajingadvalo has been. J brought talonCongress fa the arf t

to calculate the value of tho Union," For: it was properly the begin relax into a cheerful, even playful mood, and be made within the delay! allowed to cles paying ports. of duties ala memorial frprjj \ lhal Bnjard ant Co. f,,

or could have spoken lightly of its permanence, ning of America. : there were straggling set. he wonld go on with his usual zest to enjoy emergency. In default ofthe promulgationof : rein, duties. specific dut's: received., of New York whop.ropose.toconstrrmcta rail*

without bringingdown upon his, head the indigo tIer in America before, some matuiial as of'I the game. A rule of lie club excluded all ar. laws by the President within the periods For$7 I the:1.731 ending l.lGI.t-Jl June: 30 1,,to3S IS I II I I. ('' 1 read from St.' Louis t.o Califoria. via the tl I

nation of the People. But in these days, par. a body there, but tho soul of it was first this. dent spirits from the play.ground-qisite" a fled by the preceding articles, the President 2.7S2.I37 year 2tn,3G 5,'>.7o 2,177,342.30 Iliorando. and the JJiKi rivers. The me. j

ijzaa: : politicians, apparently unrebuked, can Hah Those men, I think, had a work !- mentionable thing, when. we consider how Assembly shall provide for their due For the year cnlin/Juue 30, morialists. ask fir a survey of the route I by

.calculate the value of the Union," and flip Thoeak thing, weaker than a child, becomes I indispensable a supply of the fiery clement promulgation.! .'IG.7.t;; : SO-1S6 3.G7I,1{6 United l Sates Kqginecis: asd: tlse gjanl 0.a .

pautly' discourse of.iho capacity of the peo strong one day, if it bo a (true thing. was regarded in those days. In all his intercourse His salary is to be six hundred thousandfrancs For the j ear) ending:i,7sU June,.>CA) 30' 3,320,423, J 1540. 2,803,757.63 strip of twenly.five miles on each sic '

pie" when their own selfish ends are to Lea Puritanism was only despicable! laughable with his fellow men, Marslmll appeared per annum, and ho is to be lodged at From 4,009,820 the 1st July lS4Gto 30th Nrov. 1S4K( of the road ; they covenanting on their 11r todeposite .lf1

\'arlccdhi1( quite as ready to deny it, then ; but nobody can manage to laugh at it just t to think himself humble member of the the cost of the public, in the palace where the I,'7'JC,. 2S i;' t5tJ7- 3ttl.S2i L 1,050,570. SO i iI3,5S7t3 in the treasury $;,000.0 m Government

when they are disappointed,) an<3 the talk of now. Puritanism has got weapons and sinews human family, entitled to no more rights, im.munities National Assembly meets. security, :guaranty jr tl woik.

the, dissolution of the Union has become nl 1. j it has got cunning in its (ten fingers, or respect, than tho most humble, He has power to appoint and revoke the 12,505,003;: 2tj.3,1l!'U. O '00 which they are t(compete with m eight years. Tn

most as familiar as household words. strength in its right arm ; it has fire-arms ; not even when his station was taken into the appointment ofthe Ministers ; to appoint and 1 lER THE TARIFF OF 1810. They propose to sell the land in small pro : ,.t

rdlow-citizens, there was a time, under war navies ; it can steer ships, fell forests, re. account, much less when ho considered the revoke also, in a council of his Ministers, all From the 1st Dec. IS It), to 30th June, '1817, portions to actual settlers, at Government

tin's Constitution, when the opinions of that move mountains ;-it is ono of the strc-ngcit endowments of his mind. 'L/" clothing of diplomat agents, I of'the 4,009,127 5,660,127: 1,090,511.10 prices ; to build the; roaJ of heavy iron ; t t. .iI

great: man, to: justly called tho Father of his things under this sun at present. humility" disarmed all prejudice conciliated the Republic, by sea and by land For r Iho year ending June 1818, carry army and naval l stcrss (Le?;,' at1; &r& rs 1 'I

Country, whose portrait is now before me, Irish Ingenuity.-When General V- all feclngs. It even created a kind of affection al prefects and superior officers of the Nation 12M'iS5t; ; 12,520,854,; : 0,730,123.20 and sailors at one.ftmrtn regular ,fiire, I J

"'ere revered and respected by every states was quartered in a l small lo\vn in Ireland, he the gentle old man, the sauvity of Guards, of the Seine, the Governors of Algeria $tS,1'J,2iL '$.lQI;;2St 5,110,73-1.00; :; which, they propose shall not exceed onehall"the \\1
Ad. when whose disposition was exceeded only by the and( the othercolonies, the gen. rates now charged on the !
nan in this nation-when his Farewell and his lady were regularly besieged, attorney Pama may. f
wastho IGth the to which
robust of his intellect. A United eral and all other functionaries of Last night day f
superior steamers.
I their energy
United States into
drru to the people of the was ever they got carriage, by a beggar
her the door assail. States Senator said to me this week, ono of rank. He also appoint, and dismiss, at the the meeting of Southern memlJersas adjourned -__' .i
who t at
of may
garJed as the promptings inspiration.ut woman, kept post which was held directly after the \
: vhcrc are the politicians now to be found ing them daily with 'fresh importunities and his great gifts was condensation reductionofendless suggestion of the competent Minister, according of Mr. GOTT'S resolution, relative to the A Pleasant I'ociiion.-Uor. Edwards. of ;t
detail the ofa few and conditions fixed law
"to poor to do him reverence 'r*' Who regards flesh tales of di trels. At last the charity to simplicity; general to the terms by ., abo.ition: ofthe slave trade in tha District of Missouri in his Into n*' sag, states
Jadys at the all other officers and f functional of the that.b'
principles-an eagle glance strong, gov.crnment
Lig admonition, ** indignantly to frown and the general's patience, \\ exhausted Columbia.. The meeting wa held pursuant Gubernatorial, chair I'l no !ineaq It
ofa and rank.
tho salient: points case, a prompt re. inferior "
*'ion> the first of to al'fnatc : but their petitioner's was etill in its ()fIoses. He037 r/Ms t
dawning attempt I understand it "I
every I I doubt wheth- He also suspend l, for a period not exceeding ,to adjournment, ant was preeccs.
any portion of our country from tho I Ilef' I pristine vigor. One morning, at the accus. jection ofmpertinentthings. may the somewhat stormy. committee of fifteen 'sors FainC't ''Itir his 'term, was 0. ; .av-;

?" \Vc have, witnessed' the aiternja/ totfuk'c I tomcd hour, when the lady was getting into or the Judge( any very great lover ofJibraries. three months,dismiss agents ele.ct.ed them without by had r. solved ((8 to 7)) that the address to tin olher me, indleflt&. office with hi*
If there arc men who afibrc people but may not :
the question' of our Southern institutions 1 her carriage, the old woman began, Agra can ; Council ofStale. The South, prepared by Mr. CALHOUX, should be repletion injured" by defraction ; the ne.xl r
them I think he JLe ofthe
with -
was ,concurrence
-tlic question upon which the destinies of my lady ; sUCCeSS to your ladyship: and sue. dispense among number ministers and their duties, are to be presented to this adjourned meeting, and, of committed suicide, and he, lmtIf has foe, to'our honor's honor this of them. (breed to walk! the streets ( IOJ srrnetf,
Union of
question business '
hang-peculiarly a party cess for law. AH acts of the President course, it was the night.- o lC
provided by
I the elcctiotA j in the for sure didn't J dreamJaht after the Hour- to protect hiui&vlf fron> IU.3..n. In refer..
railing all think
iu ihat most signally, by I days year ; be perhaps great ,
A following account is given require, for their validity, to countersigned. Wel you S.
< educated her lad me a pound Calc.-The I P has been that t t l&w? i part ofilis ,
Gen. 1''lor-a! S.ou'bcrn man, tight, that }ship gave trumpets which ) .rjja&v .nr ( EJceJency's message/
ofa cave in a limo stone chain of hills not far by some minister, except t tlje act dismissing a of the members of
in the South, and deeply interested in South. I oflf and that your honor gave me. a pound of from San Sebastian :-" In the 1838 mmle: :. thcro is soir.o prospect of'unitcd action on the one rhQ legislature, wJj

rrn in iiiuhns--by Northern support; v/c now5t' I ?1" hut, my good woman," said the Mexican, Don Juan Flores, perceived year the hid.a The Presided, his ministers, agents and part of the .South on this vexed question. If it was read, waggishly SacraiQent proposed thai t tWetm.non / .
at Jue- loaned
the tnako this-the most deli I general, "do know that dreams always do think so are very much mistaken. captured & tb.?
you you
to '
attempt den entrance to cave. Ho cntereJ, 1m all depositaries ot'public power, are to be responsible you Executive for his ..
*aio of all which our liber by rule of contrary ?" Do they so, phaseyour n The repoit was not by Ihe meeting, rotctior1'e
ot several in tho
questions, upon I go seein" inside a counci Indian warriors sittin" for their shares gov. acclptec \\ do bin L is office lilt entaik! I : -.
*) I be. 1" the old woman, then referred to I committee of lot envy ,
t. honor and
La.n-a:; mere sectional question. rejoined together in deepest silence, he retreated eminent and administration. In regard to the was .c
litre fellow-citizenj, that the Northern fanat. it must be your honor that will give me theta and told it to his companions, who, well I President it is deplarcd thai every measure fifteen by a vole of{ 41 to 42. The lerl crsprcS.t so pleasant G his.a necessity defence. of carrying"arsenal ) *' a .J01m. .'

tie'-I' ha\'c done much to weaken tho attachment and her lad)ship that will give me the to.. prepared, entered the ca-o together, and discovered by which ha shall dissolve or prorogue the Assembly tbl"tsclteubow that there is 1 IJ little >r t

8M reverence of the people for the Union ; bacco." The genural being ofSternc'u opinion about 1000 well preserved Indian or interpose any obstacle to the exercise prospect of union-otherwise why were thirty -

i and I fear as much has (been done I jjv Southern that a bon mot is always worth something, squatted' together on tho ground, with of its trust, be deemed ((9 He'' .g'momnbers. absent out done hua-Ired and Agreeae One.-Ao, ejcj .n;e teib.) a goo-1
public shal
i crnagoguCII as Northern fanatics. Hut 11111\0. even more than a pinch of snuf gave the in- corpses their hands folded below their knees ; they the crime. higl' twenty! ,(thirty Senatot and ninety Ilepresen.tativei' story oral.mtornf eounfrJntD wh .G.Dccg

u1\\ confidence( in the eoumlncM\ of the trcat'i genious dreamer the value dream.. were dressed in fine blankets! made of]he. 'ft. Hy} any such single ,act, the President be. ) members from Southern Slates 1 The I. 'to be in one our cities on Sunday,.and COBb
i dj' oftbe and South. cf and the fact is, you may well c. cohesion in a eluded to go to church._ r.h'e.the. e, ho
North his
:k people, 'I'hicyTflO.VI TIME LOST! tires oflechuilla, with sandals tuado cia species come di\.fte. functions, people a pec waited i
and the value of thiA'llIonhey obedience to him rope of sand, union among Suth.r a nuxnent, whega to Ji pG*
they appreciate, their feet, and are not to ; a
of liano, on orarpentedwith ,'iel
bubble to lie sea, ;
till ew a It cannot be had (bund surprise, ihe struck
will\\\ nol ;permit it to be put in I I billow caught it hastily! ; colored scarfs, with beads of seeds of the Executive power & ,) transferred j i/j/ Representatives. The organ 'up whlcl,
A in concluded sort of *shake
jeopardy, either by Northern fanatics, or Iy' Another( billow quickly came. fruit, poolished bones; &c... This, is t the veryinsufficient bo.itltotbo National l Assembly, Thjsjudges .meeting was a very long one, being until se.siion Monday aqrae Just a at .wJ
and next was
Southern j( 1 o claim; coiirf shall immediately some six hours, adjourned but'to commence.
demagogues.: ; The election of the prize' of tho mysterious bu. t justice I
Su'ceufulthe account ycry;
lrst ,' unchecked it no meeting .will be held meat, invited him to walk in )
but it supposed
officer of tbo Federal Government from From : pased. The Mexicans suppose that i It assemble! on pain of forfeiture,of theiroffices. is I t
ttrand at last. rying place. address .Not 'zacly I Mister t -J aini
Itll South Till tossed upon then. j'belioVo the prepared by Air. Hake a seat. r
I,JJ it ihc strongest;; evidence that could Tha slide unto (the unknown enoro belonged to the Libans,1aiiold Indian. triJ.D They shal cal together n jury, in submitted to Southern member.3 '. 'u'sed to no such doVs on> Sunday, and, b. .
l\'enJrthe desire Of Nfcrth to do l deplore immemorial has d to by th m designated, iu order .C.LlOCl wi L
\ tile) am.I Those golden moments we j jTlioe which from t titijo rov ? am lomo place and when lave /don't dance t .
I Pfcl'isliceloiho' which. not Ihiown assay, trial and the t for signatures:, aide "
heritk to
!, + South, and to regard: moment is roving over the BoUon dc )Mopinie. to proceed judgment upon
Mid (jf O'Jt a j )o jujiort, f, i s the s l;t i :JI.h1 for (u i> ctcriul d.Y.

-. -- -- _. I -
......... ___ 0- :r_______ __ _"'""_""!u-_-_ _--_--- _4- __ .---- =- I Mr.- 'Pol "'. Message In Europe. convc tlo i !O c-n
SPECULATIONS AIJOUT corroN. amount of advance upon present prices the ,THE FLORifllAN &JOURNAL, Wliat will Taylor Do_! We remember that the,Sentinel some.time, D 1>;

The Chirlcffon Mercury ofta recent date existing rate consumption Cotton can be -- It is a matter of the utmost interest fo- the l amused itself by. ridiculing the annuallt'ssagp : There seems lint little that
ago ,
IH'cu1Ltf'lal fo'k w.* with! reference! to the maintained, or, in other words, what risewou'd A.' E. MAXWELL.. & R. B. IIILTOJT people! of this country at the present time, to I of the President. caught no glowof !united action will be tak bo required! to operate as a check to when he body.
America's KPITORI AND T'flOJ'RTLTORS. know what Gen. Taylor gel emotions of result ofthe the
netvs : no meeting on 15th
the patriotic pride expressed
To this is
same. reason upon impossible.<< I 0. Pretty,,
** \Vr :give; tins morning, copious details ciflhenew The judgment(! of no one can be superior to -Saturday-- January---27, 1849. i I installed in tho high office to which h6 ha: ? high pleasure, at the l brilliant"picture of our :clearly that it ,.I b..mps.lhe! for'the South

.liy) the) America. The. political! in. that another in the conclusions to be formed. -- -- -_-- I been elected. TbD conjectures on this nub- national prosperity which it presented ; but ern members to agree course.
intelligpncX; ; especially! from Franee, i fs interi'itinjr Tho et.irkfi of Cotton on hand are remarkably OUR EXCHANGES, instead of sending their I ject are a numerous now a they were IIPfrfthe contented if.elf with the remark that it had whigs,with only one exception-Gajle
i ill i or
< but it in reference 'o t the) aspect ofcommercial f limited, more tin by-at least 20,000 bales than various reported
affairs, and more partip.uhtrlv as had Inrn supposed and' as the supplies from mpersto the Floridian" and the Southern election. There are I henrd political harangues in this State! againstthe Ala-were opposed to-adopting Mr. Calhoon') *

regards the propped (If mr great Maple! that Egypt!, and India taken in the whole, I Journal," which we have purchased and united conversations! of his, which might give smt'due whigs during the late canvass whicf,wt'rf Report, and with the aid of three democrat*

it is important lo our t-,."d'r. As \v anticipated are IMI likely lo exceed those o the present\ I it n one, will confer a favor by directing to the to his intended course, but they ate for quite a good and better than: a those of the (from Ttxa McKay of N. C., CoM! of Ca

? I Iht' intelligence h favorable. The dates year, it seems safe to presume that a numerate h Foridian: & Journal" the mo't part discredited by his whig friends Message. Now, we took a very different view Linn Boyd of Ky., McDowel of Va., anjane
_ the 29th) (December)
to diow ihit; the import advance will ensuAnd( such :advance i i. feels much in doubt after
and therefore as of Md.
one caused
of that document. We showed a to
into Gieat. Britain for the year were as Iil.| the general I t>r. but it is only under the as.SIlflljtOli "TnT FLORIDA DEMOCRAT has been before. This much can be thought i Several b re-commltted.
lows : American, 1,374,000() hale*, again; that the basis of our calculation is reading them a state of things which should gladden every members have withdrawn from the

874,0011:' last year, or nn excess of 500.000( () correct, and that the estimate of the American transferred by the Messrs. Jordan to Philip easily seen-that those who supported him American heart ; besides presenting facts and Committee, and the undYrstandTng seemt to
liales. The deliveries! of American" La.alrue, who is said by them to he every their and he can.
were crop 'specially, 2,400,000 hues, is not too are divided in expectations arguments that made a comple4 vtodication jo Washington that the whigs will not
1, 18OOO liales, against 820,000 bale'*. or an small." \\'R)qualified to make it an interesting paper. not carry out the plans of all of them. If he ufthe policy of his administration. The view again go into the Convention,
increase ,,1' {)() hales. The stock >. .
302,000 n --- welcome Mr. L. to the frat-rnitjr and he
maining on hand 272,000: again! 239,000 i[:FOR THE FLORIIJtAN&I0t7RNAL.] does not adopt a thorough whig policy, taken of it in Europe confirms our view.- We cannot, of course, express any decided
wish him
)Just year. Ii would thus appear that: notwithstanding Hasty Inklings. great success. wi disappoint the largest wing of his party ; That Mr. Folk's policy and achievements opinion of these movements until ws have a

!! an increased impoit of 500,000 Messrs. Editors: I am much afflicted .wi,hhe 1 Sons of Temperance. if he does, he will offend .thousands of others have elevated the character of our country full and correct account of the Report and thu

hales! of Aniericui, the stock left on hand a' cactrtlics scribcndi, and if it should cause The Grand Division of the Sons of Terneranee who voted fo him, and will besides abandon abroad, there cannot be a doubt. The London : action upon it. But we cannot !
the c'ose of thn shews) but thetttnull betp'deto
I year of the State of Florida, held its quarterly those notions which he has all along of the National Intelligen- I ring the division existing Southern
cess of 32,000 bales! To (place these impoi. Correspondent fJtween
so, and I will thereafter hold .
ever my peace.Why session in Quincy on Tuesday last. At professed to cherish. His position is certainly men, at a time when'there is
facts the
taut in a stronger light, let us add to the is it the doctors have not provided some cer says : most urgent
imports of this 1,374,000 bales the 12 o'clock, a public address was delivered by a most difficult one. necessity for harmony and
year say << remedy for this disease! ? Is it, like st-a.sick Your President's annual message to Congress concert. The
!stock on hand at its commencement<< 232OUO ness, to remain incurable, and lo be permittedto G. 't%'. A. Suiox TOWLE, Esq., which was When leading whigs speak in reference to has been a good deal read and commen. more do we deplore it on account of the

}bales, which will give a supply 'for the year of torment aspiring ge.iius; through all futur spoken of in terms of universal commenda- this mater, they are very careful not lo spec ted upon by our journalists and we do not aspect it has taken. What forbearance party I
1,606,000 !bales<< ; and deduct from this the time ? Shame a profession which tion. know that it has excited a single illiberal re- are
upon pretends Dr. JARROT Quincy, read at nightan ify measures of policy which Gen. Tajr. we to expect from the North
stock? on hand January 1, J IS49, of 272,000, it to alleviate human misery, and yet uevT address any mark. On the contrary, its tone and spirit she lee ,
shows the consumption in Great Britain, fortH said a wo d, never gave: a prescription, chiracterizcd by striking energyand lor will favor or oppose. They deal in vague> are very generally approved of. The Times us so distracted in our counsels? If we are

1 1819, lo have been 1,334.000: bales graceful and elegant language.The such as might and would be said aU of one of
year never advertised a nostrum, never rolled a generalities, makes itself very merry over tho length of the opinion, one purpose, a unit i ia

or within 40.00 hales of the entire import.J'lip .- pill, to prevent or cure this devilish malady. prospects of'he' cause in this State are of any public man by his partizans.!. For instance document, and the Daily News says, 'The our determination to maintain Southern rights,

- import and consumption of all other descriptions Why, even the lawyers, who have so many highly encouraging. Several petitions for Gov. Crittcndcn says it will bn his aim dying swan, Mr. Polk, has sung his death should we not make it by
/ say Brazil, East; t Indian West 1 In. sins to for and much which the apparent our eon.
answer so obloquy to charters of subordinate Divisions have lately The statements message
dian and bas )been stationary lo "give to the Government its constitutional song. duct 1Vhen one man of us he i is
Egyptian perfectly !bear, do not suffer any such fault in their pro. gives of your trade and commerce, your exports says pro. I -
amounting to but 3fl.J :.000 bales, in a total fession. Did you ever (!barring your own been received. In a short time there will ben division of powers as they were designed to and imports, your revenue, &c., are hail pared to resist invasion of our privileges, there :

import of 1,739,000() bales: and 297,000 share in the matter: the present company being t less than ten in the State. Of those now be exercised by its framers." But this is not ed with pleasure as proofs of your prosperity. should! be a hearty response in every South. '

bales, in a total delivery of 1,505.000 b.ile*, always excepted,) know one of them to in existence, four report upwards of four hundred enough to satisfy the enquiries of the people. The free-tradc journals think that, as yourprt'st'nt ?rn 'bosom ; and we weaken our cause, : !
and great.
corresponding almost precisely with whatit refuse advice for a fee, or a fee for advice 1- members. The Olive Branch Divisionin low tariff works so and is so -> ,
was lie! previous They desire some knowledge of the particulars wl'l ly it t, when we stop to entire about f
year. Then' is! no case but they can make some to
We adduce these facts particularly to show strong "point" in it. T..ey are not to be Quincy presents a remarkable example. in some information of his whereabouts on productive return to higher, your duties.Congress' wi Times attempt: he party effect of any movement on this mb. :: 1i!

how absolutely dependent Great Britain is stumped. the rapidity of its accessions, and the consistency the important questions of the day. Nothingof a Mr. Polk has given an account of says American Ject.' :

upon this country for her supply! of the raw ma. I might instance also the profession of the and fidelity of the brotherhood. Out of this sort, however, will Gov. Critlenden or progress which will excite the interest The most careless t observer can see f

terial. The knowledge of I his tact is most) dandy.: Who ever caught one of them at over a hundred who have been initiated, not others, his most intimate friends, give to thepublic. I and the admiration ofthe Old World. In the questions slavery are now the thaJ:.I
important to our Planting interests! ns it may: fault in his department ? The smile the }bow I engrossing '
one has been of Stales there never was anything so :
yet resigned or history of the
them lo demand such prices as will eXpt'led topics day, and that the time has
the tone of voice, the cut of the hair : come
goatee, and did
remunerate, them for their labor.! Those that The next Quarterly Meeting will be heldin thus i of Gen. rapid, never supernatural growth appear for the
hat, cap, coat, boot, the twirl of the cane, the Though we are Jt'f ignorant to rest t on so solid a foundation. All turning-point in the policy of the gov. :

they, nuM have: compel recently the been Cotton leceiting Planters, if continued of the strut" ,, the. air. the lip of. scorn) the. intense- -gaze- Mariunna in April next. Taylor's views of national policy, it so hap. that one has ever read of families multipliedas ernment in regard them. Shall our silence

Atlantic: Slates to abandon: the culture, or w.ll oi) admiration\ -every imaginable requisite of GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN RAILROAD. pens that the only point on which we have any the sands on the sea.shorf, of swarming or failure to act together, tempt our opponent

soon effect their ruin. The. prire of Cotton dandyibm instant. ,Just he, can think give of 'l'ittlebat you a recipe Titmouse.for, in an We have received a pamphlet containing thin definite idea of his opinion, is, as to the "con. tribes, of rising cities, and prosperous commonwealths to use against us.'their advantage in numerical

is an anomaly in the history ofComm'rce.Fur .- Can you conjecture that such a man as he, or First Annual Report" of the Company engaged (stitutional divisions of the powcn"oflhe gov. this modern, seem prodigy concentred whose and AngloSaxonorigin maniftiin strength ? The importance of some decided

(successive years facts have shown that, any of his tribe, would falter in anything' pertaining on this work. The design is to carry ernment ; and that opinion we hold lo be a suggests in us 80 many regrets, and nota stand cannot be denied or concealed. If it is

noiwithttanding! : the increased magn'tudc: of to his: profession ? Never. You the road from Macon to some point on the very erroneous one. If he acts upon the view little pride.' lo be in bold assertion and defence of our
production pace, but has gained consumption! upon it. has Ami nut: yet only, interwoven kept. might as. soon expect to see a belle mind hl>rmulher. Chattahoochee river, probably Fort G ines, he has expressed of the veto power, he will Again, the.Times says : rights, why not declare it now, rather than

as it is with the wants and comforts of I'hen, is it not unpardonable that no physic with a hope of its extension.from thence to certainly defeat the aim ascribed to him by )Ir. Pok! however, disdains to measure hesitate and temporize until it is too late?

every civili/cd people, an article of prime has been concocted to relieve the disease of i Pensacola. The whole building of twenty- Gov. Crittcnden. The framers of the constitution the war only by its results.. lit points to the

necessity, we find the producer of it not only which I complained in the. !beginning ? Doctors five miles, and the grading often miles more, surely did not design that this power energy the military skill, the administrative Workaml encourage work ot home.

not enumerated, but unable obtain a price should not be the only men who !have) not is under contract. Ninety-three miles have should remain dormant, and as a dead letter.<< capacity, the martial spirit, the indomitable The Flag 4* Adrcrtiserj (Ala.,) speaking \

that will cover) the cost of its production., sounded<< all the depths and all the quackeries They did not t insert it merely to fill out the instrument perseverance, and the dexterous tact by which of the causes of difference in the improve.
It is not our purpose' to encourage the hope of their sc I'Rce-lIot the only men who sufFer been located. The subscription, with that of it t has been so speedily brought, to its desiredconsummation rnent of Massachusetts and Alabama

or expectation! of any extravagant rise in the an unprunl''t'l'd to grow up on their do. (he city Savannah $150,000, amounts to ?, but intended it as a wholesome liv. under circumstances of unparllelled uses

prices' ofcotion ; but that (here will be an ad. main.: Really, though, I have not the heartto $062,200. The finances of the Company are ing power. Yet Gen. Taylor is opposed to .I difficulty. / it demonstrated that the language which may be profitably consideredby

vanctf on tJl18lthat I nre at present ruling we reproach them for this. The good they said to be in a condition. The workis its exercise. How, then, can he maintain Union at a moment's warning, may under- Ihp people of the other Southern States.

cminMently look for. And we i think t that \\'f'arr. do, the ills they lop off should exempt them! ( healthy) the "constitutional division of powers" givento tae! a war several thousand miles from home, Floridians in particular hare a useful and important .
fully sustained in this expectation by the from harsh As fur progressing, and encouragement i is given with forces to occasion, conduct .
comment. dandies
lawyers, : competent any lesson to learn on this subject. Tie
fact as developed/ in the accounts by the Amer and the rest, I hold them also in that about fifty miles of the line will be competed the Government by its founders, all of that war with promptness! and unify of
ica. In Great Britain, our largest customer! respect. They[ as well: as the doctors, will at an early day. which were intended by them to be used ?- purpose, and endure, without burden, all the Flag speaks as follows :

they begin the year with moderate stocks, set me down for a Jackass, but! no matter. I The most pro i.inent of them did themselves necessary expenses. A standing arm in "Massachusetts has about 800,000 inhabi.

and an increasing consumption, which, it will consider it no bad imputation, for let me RAIL ROAD ACROSS TiE ISTHMUS OF PA afterwards exercise this power which he op. the European sense of that word, is found to tants : Alabama about 700,000.. The former

would nppear, would be almost illimitable at assure them that the Jackass is an animal tbs > X.'U.We are indebted to the Hon. T. B. did that be unnecessary. Two million citizens, accustomed is rich in wealth, and is looking forward to a
low prices. Money is most abundant ; the respected. Does he not biay ? And KIN, of Ga., for a ropy of his report on this poses. agree Congress to arms many of them practicedin rapidly increasing prosperity. The latter is
nrinufacturing interests prospering!! and the should not this be considered as much an accomplishment We have had should be the whole government, that it shouldhe the rifle and hardened in tile severities of rich in productive labor, rich in virgin soil

lCliCfCOflfidCflty expressed "that the season in him, as it is in the politician subject. a yet, no opportuni- omnipotent, that its will should override the forest, ambitious for distinction supply a and can see no clear vision of prosperity I
of ty to read it, but we lee highly spoken of head. is this? Alabama has
gloom is graduallyclearing away ; that the whose braying is so much run after and ap. i every other department. ncver-failing fund volunteers. The army Why at Jeu

turning point is passed, and that the capital of )laudud I Does he not live and multiply ?" various quarters as being able and fled This mistaken view of Gen. Taylor, together of a republic consists not of privates, but of 300,000 producers: Massachusetts not a much

the country is once more in a state of accumulation. And what part of man's: business is more dis. with much important information. Its pur- with the knights. Its very staple is heroic. What larger number.. The true reason is I hat: thegreat
: ." The affairs: of the continent are : followed ignorance of his opin. crowns, however, both the glory, tho body of the people of Massachusetts
timidly enjoined, or more earnestly port will be seen reference to the letter we grace
also settling down more favorably for the maintenance than this 1 Think not, therefore I would reijard hJ the first from the ions on every prominent measure, gives just t and the ability ofth s conquest is, that ail the (we mean the great body of the people) pro.
mhlish to day on
of peace ; and tranquility once restored this argumcntum adhomincm as anywise page alarm in the South as to his treatment of the States, all parties, and all professions, equallycnntriIued duce everything thy consume, except perhaps,

the demand for cotton from that quarter a thing to be refuted.. Charleston Mercury. Wilmot PrO i ii o, and other kindred questions.How their quota to tt; field thus proving cotton, sugar e : the people of Ala-

will bo greatly increased. Add to these Lei me say to you, gentlemen, that I am Go,". IIro\vii's Aldresc.The. are Southern rights to be protected, that Txas and New Mexico. belong not b.una buy from other States everything they
indications from_abroad the rapidly increasing aware there are some cavillers who deny that more to this or ,that Stain than to all, and exhibiting consume. The product of labor is in the one
of Governor
at home and think it Address Gel. Brown, if he exercise not tho veto power ? It i h now retained aliomen the other abroad. (
consumption be tent
we must this thing of which I complain is a diseate, also a pledge to the world of that terrible case \
admitted that our anticipations of better prices and assert that it is only vanity. A most elect, spoken of in our last, will he found on Pretty well settled that Congress can, when. unanimity with which the Union will on AI- .Massachusetts village presents a lively

and better prospects for the Cotton Planter, M range theory I have no patience with our first page. We agree with him that the ever it chooses, pass any of these measures. future occasions prosecute its quarrels or its scene of activity. The men, and the women .
are not without, a plausible foundation.!! and! Union[ is incalculable and shouldbe ends." too are a busy as bees. Trades of all \
heterodoxy, when I find a man trying to advantage, Where is our safety, then, if the will of Congress kin

We will close our remarks on this subject unsettle all my old notions, by advancing a held by all citizens of our country a too is to be taken! as the true exponent of The I 1J01 Sun says : are followed ; and by their skill and industr
for the present by adding from Wilmcr and there is added to the whole value of raw
wild like this f for truth I feel
vagary tempted sacred to be trifled with. Yet we cannot hut the of the From the bold and legible statistics given -
Smith's Times the concluding por'ion' of the 10: call down the of tho faculty! \.i people, not lo be counteracted materials produced mainly by the farmer from
Annual Cotton Circular Haywond and Me- him. Caccdhes scribendi not a disease, f'grt the manner in which lIe speaks of the by I Iho President ? He will either have to by President Polk! in his t farewell mas a zct 50 to 200 per cent. value. Iron ore, cotton,

Vicc-ir of Liverpool. They say; but only vanity ? The very hint oft puts the.. conduct of the South in the assertion of her abandon this notion, or else prove recreant to it is clear, and that the the cnrnfoils emolument! arising f<> th"Slate f flax, hemp, wool, hides, and innumerable olh-
With reference to the future, it may be scientific mind Could and Are the resolutions! simultaneously er raw materials, are converted into merchantable .
aghast. rights
thing : purposes. his imperative duty to the South. While, the by the population! in of the
affirmed that the
state of Europe is fir consequence The wealth
more a name as this, and not be a disease ?- I which in Southern and aggregate
are passed Meetings Southern people will continue to hope for the adoption of a reduced and amended tariff r
satisfactory than it was, but still, with the elements unless it law the country is thus advanced ma
Certainly not, was a or a shell, by every
of discord lately in action, it is difficult or a plant, or something else that learned SIutl"r Legislatures, boldly saying to the best, they cannot but feel the deepest anxietyto have exceeded the most sanguine anticipation becoming a producer. In our Southern villages .
that all! will in become North that at her attacks Here, then, is a solid bottom upon there is little known of artizan skill.Tis .
to suppose tantly set. names: are hung to ; and surely but they are indignant know what will be his course. I it not I '
lied. So much determination, however, has the merest neophyte will contend l0110dj i an upon our "peculiar institution," and will resist strange that they should be kept ignorant of so .to" up the financial hopes of theUniln. true we see mechanics engaged in their

been shown by those in authority, and so little of these. ) her further encroachments, to be stigma. elective callings ; but they are not encouraged .
important a matter ? Is it
energy has been manifested on the pail of theI What is ? it not equally strange I is evident: that the European world be. and they have not the facilities of Nort .

evolutionists vindicate their opinions) that per metaphysical vanity 11', and according( it can to lized as empty vaporing and gasconade" tIn ? that he shoJI have been elected in n crisis gins to lock upon our country in its true light t, thr mechanics for labor, because they ar

their power tor evil now seems slightly; regar means be made caccclhes by It dots what other manner are we to show to our like the present, while his views on this sub. a the most \onrtrful and one on encouraged. Hence we have among: usa

ded. Hence, trade begins to revive, and the not Ipel like it, nor look scribenl., nor sound enemies a determination to make fIrm and ject, and on others little less important, were, the globe. The administration prosperous of Mr. Polk sickly system of mechanical industry.. This

coming year is looked upon as one of probable 'like It must therefore be something else.What I I manly: resistance," if not in this way ? Shall in the language of Mr. kept so carefully can be corrected by our own people. If they
Dots has
them clearer ,
demonstration of
domestic and given a will home labor will it
foreign after
ppnce. be till the of the encourage they bring
can plainer or more conclusive than we be silent, waiting moment concealed" isf
the debt ruction of capital' of every description, his Besides the ? than any thing before had done. Instead ( among them. Until this Is done ,the advan.
I reasoning ? former is empty death-blow us, and then strike for our
whether fixed or floating, the capability of pride, and the latter is overflowing fullness. upon ridiculing his Message, therefore, it i is to be ages of mechanical labor will b unknown
holding produce, even where the desire exists rights, without word or warning ? Surely, &c. of Georgia. us.
Would any man say that an empty barrel anda I'opulaton. regarded as of great value, not only for its in- among
is greatly lessened, and it will require not one barrel overflowing with water, or wine, if this cannot be regarded 3 safe policy for us. Before we lay down our pen, we will trinsic merits, hut for its effect in- imparting A correspondent of the New York

year, but a series of years of success, to heal it suit; you better, were the same thing ? Already northern men and papers are taunting state a fact which few of our readers are pro. (
the late commercial I elevated Ideas of our abroad. dc the
wounds. The market country Enquirer gives following
he did, either some Son of Temperance, us with the divisions among ourselves, bably aware of and which deserves to be 1

of be North hue of and South those America, &c. arc said to Bacchus, would appeal from decision, with and telling us to our face that we will submit mentioned in connection with the subjectwhich The Georgia papers announce the death of the ayes and noes on the adoption of Mr. Cal-
goods ; the Continent are of the reversed and have been viz that the houn's the Sub-Committee t tAYEStssr.
we noticing
a certainty having case : report by :
equally so, whilst with the Levant and other to whatever is done by Congress on the sub. JAMES L. KELLY, Reporter for the Supreme
sent back for further trial. I am not disposed population of Georgia has increased from : Atchison Borland
parts of the South Europe, Africa, and Central this ject slavery.!: Why do they do this ? Because 1700 to 1847 than that of other Court of that State. He died at his residencein Bajlr,
to argue matter at greater length.- more any of Calhoun, Downs, Foote and Venable-7.
cd. Asia These, new channels seem have daily to be open. You will readily see the absurdity of the the. they see many hesitating to join in the the original Thirteen StatE's.Ve are very Perry, Houston County, on the morning of NAYS-Messrs. Clayton, Cabell, Chapman,

may already been supplied ory I have coinbatted. expressions opinion uttered by such resolu. i sure that the general impression is, that New the IGlh inst. Gentry, Morehead, Rusk and Stl'phens-7. :
indirectly from this country, but now that the Having established the fact and the theoryof tionsas the General denounces. They should York is far ahead in this particular, but it is ;

communications: are more easy with Persia, my case, what is next to be done 1 Well, not so. In 1790, according to the first cen. oz7Got.. Crittenden, like Gov. Brown, N'ot" Ultra" Cholera. -The N. O. Delta '
be undeceived. While they see that we
Scindie, Cahul, &c. increased dealing may sirs, I have been advised to throw myself upon may sus, Georgia contained 82,548 inhabitants, discourses at large in his Inaugural on the says the disease prevailing in that city is cholera !-
be expected. If under the circumstances of the Union, they ought at the same
columns for relief and reverence and New York In 1847 the
sure enough 340,120. ,
of your pop blessings of the Union, and the importance of but not ultra cholera.-PhUa Item.
the past year a crop nearly 2,346,000 bales here I am pressing them down with, I fear, time to be made to understand that we will ulation of the former was estimated to be
absorbed\ Great Britain its but he avoids Whoso does not understand this, can get ,
was taking 433,000: i that preservation ; carefully saying
unmerciful heaviness. My companions would submit to no inequality or degradation as 800,000, and of the latter to be 2,780-
in excewof the previous France 37,000 what to be done the South in information of Gen. Taylor, who i
year not know me in this new position, and I pray of the Union. Let the Southern 000.) Showing an increase of vary nearly ought by by inquiring
and the North of I Europe and other Foreign you whisper not, breathe not, blink not a hint member ten-fold for the one, and of a little more than case the North consummates her anti-slavery alone seems to understand all about" ultras." \
85,000, what would, In all likelihood States speak out boldly, firmly, with an united
ports ;
of my to them, else I shall never eight-fold for the other. Consequently Georgia aggressions, by the adoption of :
have been the result had Europe been tran. hear the personage last of their jeering criticisms.- voice, and there will be much less danger that as lo actual numbers, has advanced in theVimol CHOLERA.-This fearful scourge, by last
Proviso the of bills
quil ; and what will be tlc.Iture effect, i if it While my disease lasts, I shaJ crave permission the threatened blow will be inflicted; and we population in a greater ratio in a period of 57 or passage interferingwith last accounts, had nearly subsided in New

; is, as now supposed, I ranquilised ? A considerable to note in your paper such views of are glad to have it to say, tha our own legislature years, than New York, although, as to Fede. slavery in the District of Columbia.Are .- Orleans, Mobile and New York. It
of of
increase shipments Cotton from .matters nnd things," men, women, manner, ral numbers, the result is different. This in. we to regard this ominous of a disposition of appar
lUtened followed the
the Continent of whose members to to route up
America to :
naturally many
may politics and rrtenageries generally, leresling statistical fact i it an encouraging one on the part prominent Southern whigs,
expected, and!, instead of 535,000 bales being suit my fancy and the occasion. a this Address, had but a few days before unan. to the people of Geo gia, and sholll stimulate to submit to thet measures" ? Recent devel- the Mississippi and into Texas, where it i i.

there disposed of as in the present year, with Yours ever, MUM. imously adopted resolutions appropriately re. them to steadily in measures by more fatal. ,
in and of
the confidence and the ments out Congress, squint
return --------- ope very
and of Florida. What which they have been much benefitted."
fleeting the views spirit Sf denies the
employment in France, Germany, &c. it is Corretpondtnee of Jlaltimore Sun. Va. much that way. The late conduct of the f The Washington Union
110 very extreme supposition to believe that WASHINTOX, Jan. 18, 1849. must those members have thought of such a Petersburg ( ) Intelgence.The Southern whig members imports has been going the rounds, that

the continental shipments may readily 1 be in. NOMINATION: OF CoL. ])u\CAN, AS INSPEC- hit at their doings ? We dare say it was not foregoing, with reference to our sister very strong. the President has important infrmation rela.
creased hates and this without An &c. Col. State is of facts in of ly the prevalence of that boasted "conytra. live to the gold region in California, whirb h
100,000 crea. TOR GKNKRAL; or TiE >iv, designed, but it was none the less palpable. only one many proof ..
ting any diminution of the export of Cotton Duncan has been nominated to the Senate a her rapid growth in wealth, strength, and tim, which will yield to the heaviest ills ra. I has caused to be kept back. It says all su *

direct from Great Britain. With our own Inspector General flf the Army, in the placeof MK. CLAY.-This "slaughtered" prosperity. There is no population more in. ther than maintain Southern rights by bold information has been published, without stint

consumption also of 30,000 bales weekly, Col. Croghan,dtcl'ased. and wi, no doubt has at length arrived at New Orleans.It .- resistance.U. or concealment.
which i* n'wthe estimated rate, and the same be unanimously confirmed. is no braver that he had but a casual meeting dustrious and enterprising than hers, shown of .the President
amount of Cotton to be retained in the States oflicer in the than he none by the number and extent of her rai.road., S. SCAToRs.-Gen. Cass, it is said, SALARIES.-The salaries lit- .
"holt ;
army with Gen. Taylor, and almost the first word he ofthe United Slates and his Cabinet, are
as Ian year, the consumption there being cor. who couples more modesty with, his merits. the large amount of her productions, and the has been unanimously elected Senator in Con. and even !this
tainly increased by the new demand for :Mexico \ He battle but of the said was to tell the old hero how much he had lie more than 860,000 peryear
fuiightin every one war encouragement given within ,her borders to : gress from the State of an. looks large to fyes.
California, &c. the supply to Great Biit. with Mexico, beginning with Palo Alto an grown out of his memory.Vas"this ironical ? lcb I many rtpuhlican \,Ictort&.
: manufactures and if her neighbors of the The Pennsylvania has elected would if they had Queen
ain would require to be greater than during Resaca de la Palma, and finishing with the We would almost suspect so, but for the fact ; Legislature people say annual expense .

the year IR4' TV point then iI' whethera last struggle at the gates of the city of Mexico that the greeting is said to have been a cor. South do not earnestly imitate her example James Cooper, whig, Senator for six years and her of Cabinet to support millions at of an dollars, and a

crop of 2.400,600. bales, large ns it mayS When recently complimented in New York she will soon outstrip them all in every attribute from the 4th of March next, in place of Mr. over thret and at
he could board of English Archbishops,
em, will not he found inadequate, and if so, with 1 public dinner, and a gold medal, he dial one. Gen. Tayloi'a of a great State. More has been accomplished Cameron, democrat. million Lord Bishop ,
what must be the consequence ? It may be spoke, of his great emulator, Major gold, never forget Mr. Clay, was an apt response the : and of her citizens The Shields nearly a mor. a
Rn the remark of the latter. It imparts an by sprit energy gallant has been elected to the Irime Minister England receives Stary
of'the is lo
that this estimate supply too moderate, of the with such manly .
or that the present export of geods and yarns and appreciation same corps of the virtues of an eloquence old com, air of keenness to tho whole interview, which, than by any other aid. Let this be re. U. S. Senate from Illinois, in place of Mr. equal to the President of ihe United of Stale Slates and in s

may bo, as it was in 1640, no safe criterion that tardy gratitude has made a new ef though accidcndal l, is quite noteworthy.. membered and acted on by the people of Flo. Breese. does each ofthe Secretaries while ,the Eng'
ratf will Chancellor of the Exchequer,
of the real consumption of the woild. and that do justice to the mines of the deceasedin It is said that Mr. Clay accompany rida, and wo too*will soon be respected and Thomas Metcalf, whig, has been re.elec. is raid p
when he is hisway lish Lord Chancellor
the river, on High 810,0 .
the markets will becoming fall oft glutted: But, this the export is hardly inconsequence Colonel the person of his relatives.make a most excellent Taylor Washington.up ,Quite a chance for con. pointed to-a exaraple of rapid, sturdy and ted Senator by the Kentucky Legislature, for annum. Lord Clarendon, the vice roj Teiuor .

Duncan'wi profitable growth. six from the 4th of March next. of Ireland is paid 8100,000 a ,e3f.
tidenlial l chat. years
lion what
.ptobable% and the question at Inspector X. ,




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withered into old age. Chance Sale. Lumber.. $200 KEWARD. ifJ)

TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 27ih.Cotton. At St. In'mnlurr\e m\I: ):person are talk" '. NoHTnr.ttX.-Arrive*, Tuesday! Thursday,, BY virtue Chanrer.rendered in A LL 'de*.ripli !W of PINK: LUMBER .on hand '? t._, U

.-Sa1f bare been large during ihereek. ing K'-rioutly of Icar ng during the winter or, and Saturday' night Depirts, Wa'nesday.Thursday day. December Circuit Court, A. D fur Ln, a caus,.n therein!the 13th depending .Li and for ute by GEL.) H. lf.I NIs ...(.- C< 1.. :1 1t .

early in the. spring ; the former by the and wherein the Southern Life .. Persons wishing i LUMBER ,
\ Prices ranging from 5 to 5|-brisk.c war Vonday morning Insurance & s:, Can have i sawed _"; ,1 ',_-
4 f Ch, rf1 and Panama, and the latter main. EASTEII.V Madi ) Trust Company and the Slate of Florida were Complainants and delivered in TaJaha.s" or at Mr ra.lrick'J ..
&t at 5J a 5j. ( !on Courthouse, &c.)_ .and William J
ly overland. The roui across the Plain, Burner, Defendant, I Ihll Mill, by leaving tllir : -_, 1 t :
NEW Tons, Jan. 20, p. m. the Republican offers th in.I Arrive Tuesday and Friday, 4 P. M. Leaves "roH tn.EI. in Iront of the Court House dor. GEO. II. Mf.INNIS .
says .strongest city .
la a h3f.on Ihe Monday in 1919. # f
Cotton has been more active to-day. and the dijcemrntt* to persons (limited means ; jet Sunday Wednesday, 2 P. M. Closes a' next I the following Lands: to \it frt: Mach -January- 2. : -- -- I II :

Bales amounted to K>00 bales at i advance.- it i is fraught with delays and privations from 12. I, TbeW4oftheSV4otSec2ttheEofthe( P .tit Gtff Cotton Seed. {

The market is firm. Flour 8".58 a S .62. which the Isthmus reule i is fiee.-Y. O. flu!. MoXTICELLO, MlCCOSCKIE S W 4 lot Sec 21 ; the E4 of the SE4 of Sec 20; ryer BUSHELS GENUINE PETIT GULF COT. I I -4 .

White Corn 57 a 60. Mess Fork 814 per hi in. AND CE'Rr. the E4ofScc2SandtheWuf\i of the N W 4 of Sec 27; the F I of the N / O TON SEED! for sale. It ha* been here three i PROCLAMATION BY W1LLI.MD.i'$0cELEY'
VILLE.-Arrives Wednesday and Saturday, 6 the N E of Sec 25, ) I
bbl. all in T 3 N years,and kept in a dry plCf. .
of R 3 East, containing in all 47y Governor of Florida
At the Drker'l Hoard 10dT Treasury Terrible Calamiy.-Thf melancholy in. P. M. Departs Monday and Friday, 7 A. :M. 60100 acres, and lying and being in the County of I am informed by : its are does not injure t \ It has been.made .
lelligence of the Leon. it, if it has not sprouted. 1 will sell low to TIFrEA known |If m* brt
reachfd city
Notes sold New Loan 91 )yesterday Closes night i Y f Atachn
at 8} ; jirrmium. herort.ST.1lnKs.Lta" close the consignment.January rh. t> Comh in tlii, State.
of the .tfamer.Richland of this Terms-Cash. Deeds at purchaser's costs. that William !H.{ Watson, ,
for the Rl.trk.whowa
The sales of Cotton vek are 8000 Monday 2Oi4t. 3 J. R. FORTUNE.Sheriff's J.nnf
bales and the nt it close Fair poll[ accompaniel by a terrible )los of life, J Wednesdayand JOHN H. KEEN: 'imprisoned on a rharpe "f the murder nf XViJ. .

quotation are not 1(5 eight or ten having Friday. Arrives Tuesday, Thursday and Master in Chancery, Middle Circuit. Sale. liam Gibbon, latent said County, ]J.u escaped Hum
Uplands 71! Fair 7j. persons perished January 27,149. 4
; :Iohil., with the boat. Saturday P. % I virtue of a decree of the Hon Thomas Ralf- custody and .is a fugitive from justice: I '.
New; Jan. 11.TI03fS'.IUE.Lpl'es BY Now oW YE, that I, WILLIAM D. Mr
The In
Richland. was on her return from Tuesday, 7 A. M. Chancery. ,Judge of the Circuit Court for Ihe MiddleCircuit Governor i.t Florida by virine of the authority vrstrd 1-

Cotton.- -Some further particulars of thAmeca's Clierawto thucity, when, on Sunday morning Arrives 6 P. M. IN MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. Ihe .>f "I".ida. sitting- in Chancery in and for in me by law. d'> hereby oiler a reward of 'iVO i
news were received yesterday, I last, about two miles above Itrillon's Ferry Theodore Harfridffe. Administrator of Thomas in a county cause then depending non the between llthd.iy of January, 1 S49, HUNDRED DOLLAR'for the apprehension of said
) ----- the Southern Life
telegraph. With us there Wa a general on the Pee Dee river, the boilers burst and i'lgiion.$ deceased, Insurance &Trust Company, vs. James M. Hunter, 'digitize and hIl delivery tothecustodv oflheSheriffof

position to wait for more authentic detail*. immediately after the boat took and burnt THE FLORIDIAN &JOURNAL t.. administrator of Archibald R. S. Hunter.,deceased, cither Dural or Atarhua County in this State.
The Widow Heir II. .
frf and Wafcon. ali June,
and the sales were confined to 2500 bales to the wafer's PUBLISHED EVERY XATURDAY.T of Thomas Liv- Alfred A. Fisher, Mary McClure, Robert J. wUrmorandumWiiam
devtrnc.tion 1 i Hardy inche
edge involving il nest on, decea ed. I have this levied malk. fvt ft'ff eight high slender. ,
-- are defelllln' d.iy will
though without any change in prices. no less than eight or ten persons of those [N obedience to a Decree 01 the Honorable Court ior sale.belore! the Court House upon ant but well built, very erlr.sllocompltuon: back '
NEW ORLEANS CLASSIFICATION.. on board. Of the suflerers we have but the E R)S : of Chancery in the above cal e, notice i i' hereby city expose ofrallaha'eieeon the fir-it Monday in in hair bluish, grey .f\t. i bCtween 2.ald, 30 H'ar. '
THREE DouJI per annum, if paid in advance. given to all creditors of the late Thomas Livingston February of ae. and has the marks of a trim-shot wound 1 on
of next
names Mr. John McFarlin of Cheraw ',the following described property to :
Louisiana and hi left shoulder.
..3fiuissipvi.I THREE AND A HALF, if paid within six months. to render to the undersigned, as Master in *
who was conveying to Georgetown, for interment FOUR DOLURS it nOt until the end for the County of Chancery Meredith, aged about 41 years; hannah,abmlf 33; Given nnd.r my hand and the I '
I Inferior 4J fl 5 paid I theyear I Madison.nn or be;:>re the !lai t Mon Je *e, about 14 ; Caroline, about 12 Eliza, about 7 greatHM of the State'
; ;
the body of his uncle the late day ( ) March at the Capitol, in T llahaotitins
Mr. next IS the the 5th
(2fith 19, '
amounts,dates day
{ lei will be adhered to and about 4 Meredith, ab.uit 2 about
Thfse mi rigidly I : ; ; George .
5J D
Orinary. 51 a John of and character of their claims, aid f January, A. IS19; '
Taylor which also they hereby have 45 Maria
was on.surrd. no paper will be discontinued until all are about 40; Susjnna.about 2O( ; Jerry Dick,
1td 53a6 i .Mr. and aueari:1 notice to file I the same in my ollire on or before; the about Peter, about WILLIAM D. !IOSELEY.
Mrs. Davis also perished paid, unless at the option ol the date above 1; 9; retabouI5:;; Susan. about By 'the Governor .
mentioned, when I will : of Florida.
Go.niddlng. fij a Gj!| while two lute girls who were with them werepreserved. scribers will be received (or three months at One a reference proceed to hold :0; John, about 22; about 20; Queen E. MAXWEU. GOlcO Stale.
to ascertain such Secretary nf
G Of Dollar month ."0 order for the aa en- Ann, about 3 Henrietta, about I Rachel about -
1lid. j a -*iJ at $1 > Every a.le wi ; ; 2S; Sentinel Ocala .
Brock to fjCJ-:
Capt. but me Argus
7a7! escaped, was |paper> [ out of this county \t b.- accompanied with (the estate report of said a legal distribution of a"e.of Moe about S; Stephen, about 3 : Uno, about 3 ; Florida Florida Jackonie Nt\\I. .
burnt. Republican. Democrat
Good fair 71a7$ badly the cash, unless the order comes through any of our to the Court. Dited 13th deceased amnnl the creditors Miller, about 1 ; Dick, about 2* ; Molly, about 2G; will copy four times. 'Jorit. '
The Richland! WP learn, had about 1000 reguUrly authorized agents in the Stale.A D.rem"frl l4s. Prince, about 5; henry,about 2 years. 6 '
Good & Fine 'al., JOHN C. January IS49. ISherf's
nom Also the
IJlt1 Cotton on board, on a ofwhich Master in .lcGEIEF. following Lalll* : the W i of the SF,
and jfolcsses.-Tbe market portion Chancery for County. S W 4 of the S W 4, and E of ,
I the S W .
Sugar sugar .j
$5000: was insured in theouth Carolina In. I It V E K TIS F.M E N T S Jarjjary 27, 1S49 Sale.
is firm at the recent and 700 hhds. 4 Sec 31, T 3, North of R3E; N EJof the N W 4
ad\'anct surrnce Office of this city. There was no insurance Wi be inserted at the rate' of One Dolarpfrsfuaf of Sec 1 C. T 2 W,R 3 E.: containing; in all two hundred R virtue of Sundry of Fieri Facial ; ,.
were sold! at outside price, cay 3j a 4c for the boat. i twelve lines f for the first,and from pi..U'.. f4..__. ?/ ('....i.Qt1_.
: on -Charleston Mercury. Chancer Sale. and eighty acres, more or IP! Iht thl C.rclit ----. .(np...
Fair, alto on plantation, 3f hhds. 1J low the su' equent insertion. A reasonable deductionwill pursuance A. A. FISHER. the County ofGadsden. Middle Circuit nf Florida,

city, at 3jc.! About 000 bills. Molasses dis. British! Emigration.-The unprecedented 1 IT notices he made without on Upal I notices, estate notice",).e3'1 IN d at the last ree Fall in Chancery Term o'f,the ent red Circuit ard By JAMES W. Sherif., S and to me dirprre. wherein J. L ral\.c)> i is

posed of on Levee at 201 a 21c., and on plantation desertion from the British Isles to the United regular accounts with alteration the niEce., by persons Court of Gad-den. County. in I the cause wherein January 11I3] I 1SJ3. 2 f christ plaintitTand i defend,\.nt f,Gilchrist Gil-
> have levied
above the city, two and I States has at length attracted the \ Smith &Parramore are and John C upon and will
crops ((18,000 earnest attention .1 announcements of candidates for ofce. FIVE Love is Defendant I C'mplaindnls. Notice. offer for sale, before the Court-House door, in the
22,000 galls.) at 20c.From of the British journals. London DOLLAR*-invariably in advance. ,( special Master in town of the
Tilt Chancery apoointed lor that IX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Judjre of r Qmncy.on fn.t Monday in February, fj
Times, of the 2Glh ult., thus speaks of the mat. will be paid to any order lor announcement,unlessarcounranied Monday in March next, between purpose' the,)hours on the often first S Probate for Gadsden for letters of administrationon II I I 1 I".I>II*, within legal hours, ( following described: fj

Washington.Corretpotfimte ter: .: with the cash._ and two o'clock, offer for sale at the estate of Daniel T. Lane, deceased. ivif : |i
All reunions' marriage, anu onmiary notices puh- public outcry, before I One negro man named Green bout
A fight; ofa quarter? of milli in inhabitants lislied thE Court House door in the town ol Quincy, JAMES BIRD. Iwentt-ont t
Rraluitotnly; but editorial notices for private years old;and
the one man named
I following named slave Q'lincy January 13: I MO. 2 Cw negro Major aboutvrenfTfive I
of tit Halt. Fun. "flh.s) i to distant i quarters of the benefit, will be charged as advertisements. Isaac, ; negro to wit : years old. 9
the slave
worI .
being in I fi
the said
WASHINGTON, Jan. 16, 149. in 1947 I was one ofthe moM marvellous! event cree. T rms of sale, men'ione. Notice. Levied upon as the property of srtd' defendant, sand \

in the annals ofhuman migration. The miserable Jon WORK. I ISAAC; R. HARRIS ALL persons are hereby foe\.rft not to to be sold to sat ioh said writs of Fieri Farias. t

The meeting of SoullJ'rr members of Con circumstances under which the majority We nrp well prepred to Ueutp Job n.ok. such Special Master in Chancery or receive a note or fO. trace B C. WHST. Sheriff. J

press held last evening in the Senate cham. left their homes, the element traversed in as lulls, rend., blanks, pam|>hlet! !,&.c., with neatness January 27, IS 19.) 4. ts the undersigned to Rueben Scott on the early part of r Janunrrfi, IC40 fly R F. JONES.

ber, was attended by some eighty' or ninety qu""t ofa refuge the thousand and dcsjialch. All work of this description July last, and due on Ihe first of January 1S1U 1
of miles over for having with The said note or bond ha vim I been and I
members. by Mr. except pf-rxon yearly accounts Sale of Real Estate. paid, alleged
Thf prepared
Idlrf t Sheriff's
which the drary pilgriiinge was ,the office, must he paid fur on delivery. to be lost, I will not be responsible for its paym nt. Sale.jy .
Calhoun, was read and xvas substantially as the fearful casualties of the by shipwreck _---_h__ _____ _____ _.__ _h____ _______________ IN pursuance, and by virtue of an order and decree SAMUEL CALDWELL: > virtue of two Writs of Vendilioni Exponas, >|

Las been heret"fot Mated. famine and fever voyage constituted: ;rioiti: no in: TCSTIJIOM the lonoabe JudeI of Prob.ite in and for the January 13,1 1c10.) 2 -4t i issued from the Clerk's Oflice of the Circuit
by of
The debate by u County Jettr4on, I will expose to Court for the of Gad-den
on various motions, xvas public sale, at County Middle Circuit of
tinned until after 1 o'clock in which con fact which \\'( believe t to be entirely without No. 4-* Union Street, Boston, \priIIS. 1S4*. auction, before Court Hon-e door, in Monficello, Wagon for Sale. Florida, and tome directed, wherein De Forest .
: rs.Clayton precedent, and compared with which the irruption Mr. Seth W Fowl*-Sir : A sense gratitude. to on the lift MnndaJ in March! next, being the 5rh WELL made WAGON, with and I Mamce, John C. Clark and Francis Forman are f
lierrien, Toombs. J.l'r"ul; Davis., of the northern rares into you, and of duty to the public: prl'mpt me to make I thy: thereof right, title, and intere-t of Miry A double harts 1.rlh.1 l by, plaintiffs and Gilchrist and Kenan are: defendants, I .

McLane, Stephens. Rusk Thompson of Mis. Europe I beeam" Southrr the IlIllowina !statement which ol any smice to Drew, late of said county, deceased, of, in, and to J!R. FORTUNE, Agent. \Til oflVr for !.Il. before I the Coort-lloi'se door in ,<'

tippi, Houston and others participated.: but mrp summpr I excursions ; I \ou, i* entirely at your disposal.! It may lavt the I the following Land-., I 1ing and being in said county' January 13, 1M9. 2T.Tg town Quincy, on the frt Monday in Frbrua- i
he ftrhaps. the marvel of the event in sur efli>rt to ii.duce some other sufierers to Jakl a trial! known desijnated' intheLnd I Office of I the (..init.d ry next within honrslheIoll.wingdescribedproperty. *
most for the South I Ifgl
I wi unflrtuu'tf year. Tit impetus or rather the I of \-Oll invlulhlt mttjint which I lean: truly say t Sldte at Tallahassee as follows: : OF FLORIDA : to wit

meeting was ever htM if unanimity' > combination of impelling eases, no longer I ha* literally tualchld, me the grate to which I 'iI W Ilf N W 4, the S E 4 of N W 4. and the 811 Middle Jmlh iai Lot No. one hundred and thirty three in the town 1'

should not be efiVcted. That of last I ists.' It ni'ght be ex wa ta-l' ha t I'Mtin;, La.f July I was attacked by a.ultli't N F 4 nf f S E: 4 of Sec T3of' R 4, North a id CiadMlni C'irmit of Fin of Quincy.Herrtoloie.
night was not as harmonious as \1 drain, had supposed so extensivea I cold, which) reiulled? in atr severe((u.h.1 .containing I(;) acres, m"If or "'!i.. IN ---Frill T<>rm, IS3*. ;' levied tipnn hy Jno. ('.. Camp Marshal
fxpl'ctrcf exhausted the
i. In truth, there some from miratorv n. t1tmpfI.. with linlenf pains in the side and chest. From thai I .. CONDITIONS. Sufficient.. to- pay n ene!. ca.hI CIACEHY.YHiam 1 H.ArmisteadandJohn, of Ihe M.1.tT, !Di"tricr; ; of Florida. n!Ih IOftrr.
ol the ot
Wfre urllltf nation. time I began to waMe at\ay.nrtviith-.landing I wis I me naiancc on a no"rai crecir, with approved sjcuril tead, Cump8, said detendant", and to be sold to satisfy said writs

slave States, whose feelings might with propriety I might also be expected that the countries under the treatment of skilful physicians' They .*. Purchaser to pay for titles I and ol venditioni

have kept them from the meeting. last could not receive the I pre criied! fu me in \' I b.raml so murh redueed I JAMES n. TTCKF.R( Sheriff A ten B. Sjwmer j Matilda cxponaa. B. C. WEST, Sheri ,

They feel not the Fame identity of intercut a "hiel x\iihout\'ca fugitivemasses | that tny( friendlrankl>' 'told me that I must tt I Of JcFerson County, and ,r o'rfdm'r.: Between % wife,&, 1.Jo n- January B, I 1SJ9. I I.

those from more Southern States : much IlifuhJ or comlbift. i t die and that I was liable to do so at any hour. At Jefferson Counts? :J7, b.! 4 fit son' &William R. Johnson .
would hax-e ollered \ : t : t'ii" crisis, I herd. of H7/ar' ) !.,>im uf Mild ------ the la-tt named drltnd-! Executor's Sale.

On the introduction of the .report 1 motionwas immediate renewal of the hungry inva io ltan i. I| way of a neighbor, whose hie had been PROCLAMATION ant being a minor Defend virtue of a decree of the United States

made by Mr. Clayton! to Ja i on the table It is, nevertheless, the tact that the \ \ 11 and immcdiatclx. sent for ;Lol'Ie. The I ants. BY to the Northern District of Dillric,

and lake no further action. ) wa madeto of this is migration! ef.c produced was indeed wonderlul My phy-i- IT appearing to tfe Court that the defendants in by said Court at an extra term held by adjournment
I nearly equal 'lo that ofihie' Ihe above
year last. of the non of the State mo-t who had taup rt"ideni of the
the 'lpeclalle on fourth diy ot December D.
test of th vote I fulon. ; A. 14j, at the
The Florida
feeling mCltn-thl grand total from all the being residents of the
British told they State of Virginia.
for previously me a
ports cure was hopeless; ", city of St. Angu"tine, the subscribers.Executors
c"ml of
stood for it l'IUt' 59. against : .- the first eleven months, ofthe I la t year was in, and I informed him what I had taken, and told It i is ordered by the said Court c.n motion of J). XV. the la.t will and testament ol George Kinis1ey. tIe-
Those in favor of laying the table! him tli- good c-flects I had White, Solicitor for the Complainants and the said
were J41/J3I! : fir the first t eleven months of last experienced. He examined Defendants cea"ed,will offer sale, at public auction before the
nearly all Whig t20.oi3.! :: : Nor do these the Bal aman year figuies represent ( of it ; since which time I havecontinuedto improve answer the Complint' of Complaint aore MONDAY
The ( tn the :Bil on ,
powerful ,
objection report was t the xvhole! truth I by the first theflhdayof
of the
cise.: They arc daily : and the same physichn who ha't pivenme Monday April ..xt, (lS49or that next, the following real
made bv Mr. Toombs, of Ga. lie thoughtCongressional I I I I ly the numbers offhose who' eaihaiked the 1!I !entirely, told me a few das since that I might jet up in default thcreoi the Complainants: Bill be taken as .situated on Lake Geoige.statE, containing: Drayton seventeen Island -

Legislation! was necessary' to j I I j ports where thrt are Government live many \rarc. I feel that. I am now recovered, 4T i\: confessed azaio-tt them the said Defellhn's.And hundred (J700)I ) acres more-or less : valuable for its

authorize flnerj in the new tfrrm: iel. Thcj j i offices, and xvho have under(emigration and gaining strength every day. IIn' ROWE. be it is turther Ordered, That a copy of this:order situation, the quality of ill soil,and for its Orange
passed official published in
i I We in the
doctrine of that could' can cheerfully testily to the of the above weekly one newspaper Lemon, and Citron groves. Forrester's Point, sitw- J
report \8F Congress j rt\'icw. Some thousands of the better statement, Mrs Rowe Stateof Florida one in the City of ,and
having an inmate OOVERNOR OF Washington ated on the St. John's River, about sixteen miles be-
neither xlend nor restrict (tI\fr i of emigrants are not included ir the cass II of our fanii'v for some month i \TiE TiE ST.\TJ OF FLORIDA. one in the City of New York for the space of two low! Palatka, containing about six hundred
Mr. Toombs proposed no and census. la.t. U WHEREAS.; N required) by law that an i I months from the insertion thereof in each ((600)
I of saidpapeis
nmfldmtni. ,; 'f DENNKT t1.c- ,
i j' There can, Ihen'fre, be no doubt that in these WI.tIA lion be in this State the ,-The of acres,more or J less. Buena Vista,situated near For-
Monday this
it evident that he on i object suit i to
was lo \ frt procure partition
opposed ;
waf any j two years mori half a million natives of DFE. in May next I. lor a R"slslfr of Public Lauds of the lands of C. : reltr'l Point containing one thousand (tX acres.
fj3-ror sale hv P. RNRD.). Jr i to htldunlil J"II Armistead. deceased
the lie made !- more 01 less, with .
by meeting. no to r an Orange And
iep'y I i' t tJ.C'IP i islands 'have fled to other shores. l hhasfee, I f.) L \ ) Newport Floridaand by the first t Monday of October, Ix'yj; also, for !j King and situated in the State of Florida, in which San Jose Plantation, situated grove in Duval upon
question propounded by :\r. in annual { i vrI Judges of Probate: for the several Counties, to hold i the above named Compl,indnt and Defendants County, on
ThoUllun. 'ht migration, it appears, i is now gists generally throughout the United' States. till 'j : are the River St. John's, six miles from Jacksonville *
reference to the action he i press refii ed to the laws approaching annual increase e of our popu. Ann-- 11; I).- -- ct-sof I the Peace lor eaJi. Disfiict I j inlbe I several JUi'i'j' NXV quarter, S. :31, T 3. N. and W; of containing which about three,bundled ((30O) acres, more or It'... I
or hundred
pass necessary J latmn which is : 1\ N E ne and seventy-five
) vulgarly nngnified: into a tiew. to hold for 'two .e.ts. fall of vaid nfTiriTM tniirter Sec 31.. R. .">. N. and XV: acres |
should enact the proviso. j thousand: a day, but in fact is not more than On Thursday evening, 27th instant, bRev.. 1 L. I tinue in olhre till their successors shall be- electedand 'I"arl.r Stc. 31 t, T. 3,n 5.N. and XV ;'.K E hal P. are nnr.n rnl'ivation. On th. nlare. is a D\pllinp*

In reply to Mr. Toomb's objection, Mr. j, :lout ". 90,000() )() in the xear.. Noxit is not (toI T. make Mr. SAMUEL QUAIL and Miss' SARAH fiualificd:) I 'Iuarter; SeC 30, T. 3, R 5. N and IXV\V.: halt S above IIoue plare\\1111 necessary offer great our inducements r>iiiuiino' .&to(.. &". The
Calhoun into short I ANN IT M HKRF.BV ORDERED, That the said %v. -Vc. 30, T. 3. R. 5 N. rchaers. "'j
xvent a argument, to show |be for that ( J.Ln.: all of this city. election! I qr and XV; N. E. quarter being healthy and pleasantly) situated
imagined a moment Great liritain. '
that I be hild throughout the State, to law,and Sec. ,T 3,R 3,N. and S E Sec. T.3
the South could: take their into I ; 9 ,
Cal. \ quarter
lla\'ts j at all e\.cnlsI.3S reached the limit outs popn.lalil. Oa V'edne day evening, the 3d instant, by Rev. the officer whose duty,' it i'- accerdi"t electionswill I H. 3, N.and XV ; N. XV. iiu.utei Sec. "', T. 3. R 3, npon the River John.with 'fertile InncN U-arifS .

ifornia and New !Mexico and tint: Congress!I ] Tht capital,the stock and the plant"of S. P Richa.dson Mr EDMUND II. r.REOORV take notice hereof. N. and XV; N. E quarter Sec. S, T. 3, R 3. N. an,1 many crowing Of the state.tropical fruits some of them already ina ,

was bound by the usual! acts of legislation to ,t tile island! are continually and Mi'o NIXON ol Gadden Witness my hand and the creat seal. of ,ht Stale' XV; XV 11,11 N. %V. quarter Sec. 10, T. 3, R. 3, N. TERMS One-third cash

protect this property, and to put it on the same I j |have lately' increased increasing -- 'I.fR.\ _u_ al__ _____ __County.______ given at the Capitol this 2<''th day of Janu- ard XV; XV. half Sec. 7 7, T. I. R. 5. N. and three Yf':1r.Ti.h: interest: balance in one, wn.and .
more than -- --- -- ---- ,to be bond
footing with oilier '. : rapidly efr.1Thf -- [SEAL] ary A. D. IMu, and o' the Independence E: ; W. half :P. quarter Sec. 7, T. I, 5. N and of the securedby
property. required no alSo demand nuT or ST. MIRKS.Januarv R purchaser and mortgage on the
I ) : morn and more hands for of the (United >' the : XV. half premises !
altO ijJ >ear F quarter 7.T. I I. 5, N. and
law of I Sr.
Congress to authotiz slavery there. I their funher 23. Clean d Prig Lury. Hrmer, WM. I). MOiELEY E. hall N. E. R. WOOD ? ,
development. Under ordinary h.tfr. Go crnoT. F; quarter 7, T. I 5, N. and JOHN S SAMMIS ] hx &c'
Mr. Cllhtt Wll ralm ali, dispu.iC'3tP'1' circumstances, therefore, we should be justifiedin for New York, with S'l'J titles Cotton and CO( dry Attest : F E. halfS. F quarter Sec. 7, T. I, R. 5, N and Jacksonville,Fa. .I
and in his earnest appeal! io the I;" u. I i 'I I I I id.-!,to Coe, AnderNMii &Co.2'J. A. E MAXWELL, Secretary of State. .-Said lands tx-in<; in the counties of Gadsden and January 1S-19. I tsALL

nanimity be is represented as using language dreading a migration widel left tin* Inpu'l Srlir. Commodore Kearney, Paine Master, fop January 2''). 1M'!). : 2m l-tr! r-on, amounting fr> I H40 and 32 30-100 acres. Notice.
j Jut ion stationary ; and \lich, \\iih a ,.i :1'York, with -1C5 bales Cotton to Cue Anderson :: All papers in the State insert two months. l'ed' J"n'Jar1,1'1.I r
replete with eloquence and pnthos.. i t the growing trade and ofthe Jud persons are hereby forewarned not to trail .1

The course taken by tl.. Texas,Itc'lliol! |t rather reSOUf'CI country. -- ------ --- P. XV "' TIOLS BALTZEL. e. or receive note or bond for seventeen hundred 1
was -
-- For
a depopulation than New York.milE HTE. Sl Corp' and!
anjt thirty-one dollars
Mr.: Kuk read j For New A true copfrom( the minute and fifty rents given by
unexpected. York.rrllE
,'a some rs. j else. At all the fuel ihe under iirnd, .
e\'pnls that a Schooner KEARNEY." < jointly with William Clarke, In
suggests Att R. .
lutions. for the COlfDORE *" hARRIS, C'lk. Gad den Cir Ct. :
as a sulstitllf but they fjst-sailing nri'" FLORINA," Pr.xDi.rTo JL I Henry Gee, dated the 10th ot
rfp"r of .
spontaneous mo\'cm"lt so gigantic a character >, l'AI"F as For freight R. t47, a'lIldue
C. Lester 41
contained nothing decisive. (;en. Houston may xvell be to and J. M.fl. .r, now rf'.ily expected, and having the I ,,r ) JOHN D : January I3thI549 By 2 D.C. twelve months after the date 'thereof. The said .
'tem lukewarm in the cause, and Mr. Stcphen no artificial l.f 'iIil requires bul'of her cargo engaged, will h.\.e despatch fur (he I Newport, January 20, 1 P49. 3 note or bund having been paid, and alleged to ba
i to stimulus. matter certainly above port. For fieizht or pa.sase.apply, to Notice. lost, I will not be responsible for its pa m..nt.
i unquestionably opposed any ac. haw come lo that :IKS which makes ; McNAUGHT
caution OKMOND.( For R. H.
lion. the first duty of 1 state. Newport January. 2", \t.A'J. & S IX ble w eeks after date': I sbal apply to the Honora January |141] 1' l-t!). 1 ,

Members from the South supposed to be It is from Ireland THE Brig WHCAtLERJ"LYN. Master, Judge of XVakulIa county f. r #
that we draw our rough sail as above. For freight letters of administration on the estate of -fFICE.-A J
ambitious of Northern and future Great Bargains. or passage, apply : John Grant, meeting ot 'the Stockholders of the,
popularity labor. The Celt-and ave are bound lo give to JOHN DENHAM. deceased. DANIEL LADO. S Union Bank of Florida will be held at their !

promotion, may be regardtc a averse to ta. him credit for it-is the hexver "if wood and SELLING OFF AT COST Newport, January 20), tC.H. 3 New Port, Jan. I. ISJf 2 Ranking Hou>e. in the city of Tallahassee, on Monday "I' "

king any action. There one the drawer of water to the Saxon. ,the 3th February,for th election of Director., .
Mr. Calhoun always ambitious escfltion.-t Can we AT the Store of L &II. ORCE-VCERO &CO, Flour, &c. Land For Sale, &.c. II. L RUTGERS, Cashier. ,il
ba that
( Jlen pare growing mint ofuntaught but leach offered the greatest bargains, ot the season Schooner Randall Marshall, Jl. ll.IJtE CH.1J\'CE.! December 30,1 1S. 24 !
true to Lit own people. able Roil ? The (roods of RECEIVED per
works of this Can be for
great country t'enarielv lad cash at cost planting Potatoes land known a!the "Overstieet Tract"t t"
Mr. Derrien, of Georgia, made some eloquent depend on cheap labor. The: movement now prices and some below New co,t. Having Ifi superfine Flour, THE : north Tallahassee, ne,r the Thomas- Gunny Cloth. t

remark, and exhorted the South to be t in progress bids fir to affect that condition of made will up their do minds t,,close business soon, purchasers 5 sacks S.l, for sale bJOHN ville adjoining Gov. Branch's: plantation, con A SMALL supply, EXTRA HEAVY,daily {

united. He suggested that the address should 1 I the national prosperity. The United States best well to call early il they desire to hive DENHAM. taming 'or SOO acres. Will be sold low, and on ri. petted for sale by
!:: leltclions. Positively no credit will be Newport Januiry 20 I 1M9. satisfactory terms to one wishing to For ex."j't"j't
Le made to the xxhole Union. gin what we ln e.Tclegtaphrdfur Ilen. : further purchase. NAUGHT & :
apply to E Barnard
particulars Tallahassee, Kewport, November .
He has been placed on the commmee in All persons indebted to them, will please come Notice. or DANIEL LADD, New Port. IS.I .J5. 18 .I

place.' of Mr. Stephens, who begged to L ex. [ Charltttvn JlfftcurySf Courier.] forward tar', and settle their account Jan. 13, 1S49. 2 t:' Administrator's Sale. It
January 27. 1S39. 4 havingdemandsaainstthe of -
cubed from WASHINGTON, Jan. 19, 4 P. M. ALL persons estate -----
serving.Mr. Graham, deceased, are hereby nol i. i the first' Monday nt February next the Undersigned '
In the Senate ON
the Notce.IX
Stephens was one of the eight South. to-day to establish a $10 Reward. t tied to present them without delay to the undersigned week from date, I shall Administrator of the' estate of John .

ern members who was opposed to Mr.I Clay. Territorial Government in the Territory ol TRAYF.D OR STOLKN: from Ihe subscriber and all persons indebted to said fslaL will Judge of Probate of XVakulIa apply to the Honorable for Smith,late of Leon County.will offer for sale,at the "

2il1 ota was read a third lime and passed. make immediate pavment. l letters county Court House in Tallahassee, ,at H o'clock A. M.
ton's compromise of last session a yieldingtoo I. ) on Sunday night last. 17th inI.l.a of administration de bonis non, of Ihe estate ,
bill _ dark WILLIAM' G. PONDER, of Henry Cannon the following slaves of said estate., to be IOU to
much. Having defeated the chances of a J/OISf lrprfsrnfati'fs.-Tht to remunerate sorrel I10KSKblind in one eye andIlar DANIEL LADD. pay
o January. 1849 the debts of said deeeasedviz
6t E\t Ulor. Dec. : 7:
favorable the Court PaChtco a taken ( in I the forehead, with marks of the lddiE"Oi his : ISth, 1S4S.- 2 t
decision by Supreme Hairy, aged about 60years', "*-
back. and about 'J tears old. The above "
him from him for the service of the Government reward will : Notice. MEDICAL Ann,aged about 27 and
some seem to think it incumbent on to be given for his return. JOHN I NOTICE. years, "four children aged

tnfcUt on a better remedy. again came up-the question being on reconsidering : 1849. 4 HOIAUG.Januay ALL creditors legatees, and person entitled to 6, 5, 3, and li years ->" .i'\0'.

The was recommitted to the same the vote II which the bill was rejec in the estate .Archibald Graham, DRS. WILSON and VAN WYCK, (late Professor S>phy, about 22 years. .._. "
report ted. ) dlutd. are hereby notified that their claims and Surgery in the Franklin Medical College of of Sale-Cash. Creditors of Ihe estate ran
committee with all the amendments and resolutions Notce.SIX buy.on account of their claims. .
i demands be barred at Ihe exinration of 'two Philadelphia,) have formed a co-partneiship for the
suggested in the meeting and the I The previous question was ordered, and the months after dall. fhal apply to the Hon years "i granting of letters of administration practiceof MEDICINE SURGERY and for the PATRICK SMITH, Adm'r.

meeting finally adjourned to Monday next.A .- vo'e on reconsideration being taken it was den for! Judge of of Probttes I Ihe County of Gad!. i t to the underiened, unless the 1.1mt are exhibited INSTRUCTION OF MEDICAL! STUDENTS. December 23, IS-fS. 23 I ts

earned- 9M, nines 82. The bill was Ift'tf dismi.-ion as Executor on the es- ; within the siid two v"arsto the undrsiKned.WILLIAM Patients from a distance can accommodated -7- 6
motion, made by Mr. Stephens to adjourn ayes tate of Samuel Strickland dec'd late of said (county G. PONDER, Executor. and on reasonable terms, b wtl Ihe }Hotels Bagging, Rope, and Salt. '

tine die, having been voted down by u\ery then palsed-at1 101, noes 01. 1. I. STRICKLAND- E.xecul.r., January 20, 1819. : &w 'Private Boarding Houses of I ihe city,and can receive or RECEn.Eu per Brim Ocilla and other vessels, ,
decided majority.H The House resolved itself into the Committee January 27, It 10.) 4 from the Subscribers such Medical and Surgical at- < cl':1 Baling, '

of the Whole, and took up the bill to Wanted, tention' as their cases may require. 5>0( m "" "" *
The OxrJand Rowe California.; -Lieut. establish a Board Commissioners, to examine Dissoluton BUSHELS CORN, bv A limited number ol OFFICE STUDENTS wi 600 sacks Liverpool Salt, for sale by ._
t (co-partnership hfrtloforf under 1000 be received.who will besupplied wit h Book, JOHN DENHAM.
I claims the THE tl.f Plole
and adjudicate pxi.tinJ S. S. !
Morrison private against KNIGHT
CO. ,
of Col. Stevenson' New York Regimen and 11,1f of Llovd & il this day & Anatomical, and other be regularly Newport November 18, 1&4*. 18 .
20, Is49. Preparaionl-wi V
January 4tBlacksmithing.
United Stales.Mr. .
Volunteers, i\'ltlH following piece Unsolved[ by mutual consent. : examined in the progress ''htir it according -

of adrice to whom may concern. We corn. HuckweJ, Chairman of the. Committee W. F. LLOYD. !: tn the mode pursued in the large: Northern Sea Island Bagging. ':
mend it to the i attention of those of Cllil {a very able speech in supporofthe I F. II. FLAGG. cities-will be taught to compound and dispense LOT for sale) byMcNAUGllT .
particular mal January 10. [(27)] IS49. 4 substantial and cheap of Medicines, and will be ;instructed in the minor ASMALL
bill then the Committed and .
GOOD Bhckstnithing
rose &
*ho in this and ofihe cities west i ORMOND.
in lame are kinds done at Ihe Shop ; day duties of the Surgeon-Bleeding, Cup-
my occupied Newport, November IS,
Sable. 1S4S.
proposing to take the overland route to Call. the House adjourned. Sal and Rice. lastear by Miller & L'rokaw. Bandaging, &c. &cPei IS .

furnia : }'hrrt of llabit.-A gentleman sale,to arive in Brig Fiorina January 20, 1819. 3 A. A. FISHER. .haps no Private Office in any American city Flour and Potatoes. ,
reernll. FOR will afford
Caution Emigrant!.-I hope that those from Africa while at one of the ,' 20 Sacks Liverpool Salt, a greater variety of new and approvedremedies on-HBLS.. SUPERFINE GENES3EE FLOUR >. i
In Leon Court. or present more practical facilities for stu OU i
*'ho intend to by land here, will he onies on the coast met n colored woman whomhe 2G small packages Carolina Rice.McNAUG1IT Cireni dents.In to J bbls. do do do ? 4 i
emigrate ORMOND.Newport James Gates, Coinpt., ) In Chancety.M. ; 10 bands St. Louis
cveful that they are not overtaken by storim, had known in old Virginia, who had obtained : January 27, H49. J 4 > December, 1548. connexion with this department it may he pro 10 do Irish Potatoes.Flour For sale bv f **

r snows, or want provisions, m their toi1ome her freedom fur good conduct, and had Rebecca F. Oates, Def. ) Bill for Divorce.IT -. for per the to slate that a of! soon both Medical as posibll.and an Infirmary JOHN DENH'AM. I :'. -
leception Surgical Pa-
I emigrated to Liberia. S. S. KNIGHT & CO. the satisfaction nf the Newport December 2. 1IS.
j. urney across the Rocky} Mountains. appearing to Court by litnl!wilt be opened, when students nil! have theopportunity 20 j't t
tare Keen those who started from the borders Where are jou travelling to, Mary ?l' said Wholesale and Retail Grocers, and .-1"I.tol affidavit this case,that Rebecca Frances Oates' ol practically studying ilineaten. u
Misiouri Dealers.TALLAHASSEE the said defendant resides beyond the jurisdiction of J. t. J. PickledMuj1tt.
hale and stalwart men, bobble Ibe gentleman. WILSON. M. D. .1
this Court and out of the State of Florida, but intheStateofAlabama
I httt down the the C. C. VAN WYCK M. D. : BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLET, of
two tolhe plains California crippled for 'I am going to village on sea FORDA.I : It is ordered that 'the said Ju1722IR4S. 1 Cm 50 th. tirst
catch and _
have tecn brotjicrt who, in lite madness shore. I'm tired of seeing nigger, nigger,I InigLtr I: KEEP constantly on hand and offer for sale at a Rebecca Frances Oates. do appar.and plead answer For sale low hy ,McNAUGHT in fine urtler i.! ORAiON'D.
of white folks.' advance on cost for cuh. all the stand or demur to the said Bill or the said
hnge Itavcfougltlfor the last bit of their I want to see some: Complint. Double Harness Newport, November 25,15i4S.J 19
ard article in theirline. Flours of approved qualjjOT.Sugar Hill be taken/ the said de _
: J' dead haring shared rest at nut are you doing well here 7'S wi U-One: pair of second hand double bar- -
boy lh Coflee, Teas, Bacon, Hams, Pork, : Provided that I the publication of this order FOR G.:
tt enwa m a"" !-tuilt encotn. Oh very well. I bare four slaves who Candles, Lard and all similar articles-lo- be made in some newspaper' printed in Tallahassee "!, for sale cheap A. Mclntyrc ;.

pa"&d bjow|, on tops those dreadful make palm hats.' Sap; "iil Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions, Nuts, once a week lor Ihe period of four months. January 6, 1819. 1 J. R. FORTUNE Agent. ]M: ILtlTiT, r

4 1<.n 'il" MajdVn who left their homes 'Slaves, Mary ? You, emancipated, to have Raisins, Figs. Al morids.and all ot., her art ide.usually THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. Shingles for Sale. HAS taken room* at Mrs" J. .Demilly's, and
found in similar establishments. William p. Duval, C, mpt's Solicitor.A his services
professional fo the
land citizen
yocng in '
ifce pride of yottth and beauty, in slaves in YOur own Store next door above G. H. .Mcinni., on Monroe true couv. : D. MCRAWEY Clerk. SINGLf. flr ule. 2 inches long, of Leon and surrounding Country. Ladies *

Jfyous anticipations from this fur.ffland,, by ob, ye*,' sid she with great aimptctJ', street By J. B. Jecn. D. C. 5-000 Ihf very bt qualify. Apply toJanuarv at their reulence-if-driured> attended t

we orro and(j flaring, ofibat fearful jour. must do a they do in old Virginny. Jannarl2i, 1s. 4 ly Dec. I6h! l WS. 0, t 1St?. 1 J. FORTUNE, Agent Tallahassee. $eptember23, is-Is. 40 .. A


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Leon County Gadsden Co. Tax Cotleclurs S ulc.Y Fire Insurance -

COI.ECTOIl'8..1':. virtue oft he')Mwvrettxl i in tOdDY I latrl I IJ SARSAPARILLA FLORIDALANDS. HAVING received; by recent arrivals
TAX I Bv the jElna Insurance Company .
shall cij>ose for Sale for Cath,before the? Couit Medlclue lu Uie *VorIJ.Tliis ci goods]is very eo JleS"5
]1 Y VIRTUE Uupo.- r vr!'tix! in me by l law, 1 I Iou.e door in Ute town ot t Qumney, f Holiday the OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.SHIS The most extraordinary embraces every article usually needed br IheSnrJ?

) have $levied upon sn i flioU i-xpose for *ale, be. IGth tlaj <>f April next the fcIowinjLisribed )jiroerty ,,- Company still continues her Agenry at EAgrrzn.v JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, farmer,or mechanic. '

',.re&br Crt House c!.Mr. in I thecilv of Tallaha** or w much thereof ttI will pat)' the Slate' and _d_ Tallahas ec. The promptness and stability of Circuit Court ef St. John's County. It consist in part of the following articles .

"1 N ) MONDAY IN'FEURUARYNEXT. County tavos due t thrreon for t htn car ISIS the Company for the last thirty years, is a sufficient MONDAY, 13tb PAY OF NOVEMBER A. D. JSIg.I .Garden and field Seeds, '
{)*Ia.) the following! described property,or The. lands purporting to bcionz: Jo iJie Apalarlii- guarantee of her roundness. She has stood the test CHANCERY. Iron and Steel. all sizes; Cut and,

IT* much thereof will pat' the Stale and Count' cola Land ConarmlY,,ilualf'd in I the County ol (>axi of all the great fires in New York and other parts ol do. ; Ploughs, hoes A e .SPtdf'I., and Shi hi.SIJ,
Ta\e< diKthcreoi!(t'- t lh I" \.-: IH I I", to nit. : len, bounJeil Noith by the lineul' d dtmarcMtion the United States an.l so arranges her business thatno PItAtt and others,} gar Kettles assorted sizes ; Dippers and Skimmer

fi i ul eec 111 H.I. N ant B, W 't S 1 K 4 sec iVi pt l Apahclucolt riv.-r Snut'i' by the county: of one fire can cripple or injure her not allowing at!. > Suit for Partition. Tin Ware a good as-wrtment,

t7.T 3, I 1. alll .: the 1 E i tS W 1 jtC 17. T franklin, ainl East (hy the Ocklockoniwe rircr. her Agents to lake over a certain amount of risk in BRCSH, and others. } Carpenters, Blacksmiths Coopers. and Major.J

3,1I.NanJFEISW: 4 sec f 11.'r2.U", N and J W. OG1LV1K: anyone block and avoiding all towns built entirely TillS CAUSE having been brought on to be tools, Blankets, Plaids Kerseys, O naburg'. tc .

i: 1 R 2. N and E, W J N E Tax Collector GjJsJon ( tuuty, l"la.OrtnbrrTth of wo< d. upon the report of George Watson Jr., Shoos, Boots, and Saddlery *

4 1. i, U 2, N aivl' K:, W i is1 (17, T 2, I l- ". 2 All risks are settled promptly, agreeably to the A. M.! Randolph ant. Thomas C. Ellis, Commi ion- Hats, Caps, and Ready.made Clothing ,

I.2. :''I' K, N W J of S E: i/s.-c' s. T :, r'!,N and declarations i., the policy. We are thankful for the era appointed therein under and by virtue of a commission I. Wood and Hollow Ware,'&Ci Ac. &c..wbi h\u

E: i .f S W 4 H-C *. T 2. fl J, N and J belong- (.nchden Co. Tax Cullcrtors Sale. pa>t patronage, and tegour friends call whenever issued out of and under the seal of this offer for sale on cijsf omary terms and at prices to suit
fa Cliatki (',. 1iIzIi.1)), Tru'lr vii ttie of the power vested in mo blaiv 1rlikll I hey wish ill, ltr31\'t', and we fill take risks on a Court ; and on reading and filing sad! report which the time AIcNAUGHT & OR 20ND. *

t44. N. 2, see :3 >, T 1, I K I I. :and W. 72 acres. BY expose fur .ae fur Ca-h, before the favorable terms as any Company nf equal standing bears date March 15-19 by which it appears that Newport, November 19, 18-1S. 15

E J S i J 4 ':31.T ?. R I I. N W, "larn'f W Court Hou>e d>u'r, .in the 'touu t-fQ( lill(\', 011 .Mon- j. R. FORTUNE: Agent the said Commissioners certify and repot t that they

:W 'L": $.T :, n 1. :al d W, S hcL:, belonging! da> the ICth dJ) cf i April next the following, :: de- At the Tin Manufactory. Extract is put vp in quart bottles; it is six and the land so situated that a partition thereof MILLER & BROKAW'S

\. F. Duval.IV I Bribed property! or 5U Luctl! tlicicof h will pay the Tdlab.-mee, Anz"!t 1 19. 1S4S. 5 tunes cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted supe- cannot be made without prejudice to some of the
i N 14 sec 27 T J. K I. N anJ W, SO acres, i State and Counts t a voj due thereon for UKT\ear Isl. -- - t iur to any told. It cures disease wiThout vomit- i owners, and L heavy expense to all;" and the objections Dc\f : Livery & Sale Stable #--.

bclonfrni!to C C;. K:xlisli, lruttl. Tf. i: tt half, ((Ki) of South HaM t .;;IItter, (S. U. S. MAIL LINE tH<(,purging, ickening or debilitating the pat lent.rH i to said report being withdrawn. it was, on _r.V/U: TALLAHASSEE fy7\

I'arto Lot. No s6. O. 1'. Tal1a ! tadtriMt Munrt Srect', belonging C. G. ;. N K: Nonh a- P. and this Court by virtue ot authority therein subscribers have moved to their
In ( 4)) Vest quarter, (N XV 4)) Section overall other medicine i-s, that while creed THE qp fire-proof
Iih Trustee.S ,iventv-lwo, (S 22)) Township. t two, Iji{ ,;e seven, ?;TwiS! t eradicates parilla the disease it invigorates the body. Its vested doth order,adjudge and decree that the said Stables and fake thit opportunity to inform .

J we Ti: T t. R 4, X anH.. V20, N W J FW in, (rr 2, RT) North and XX'est on \\'all'fs'ofCl'ullk.. ol the best Spring and Summer medicines report,and all things therein contained do stand ratified their friends and the public generally of tfi
T |, US. N and I':. l.i; arC I I: i N I K: 4 sec 1::1, T I, ed Creek, the Lands purjnjrtug to belong to Fabian, 'L #@_ one known very it not only purifies the whole system I and confirmed.It fact. Being thanklot the liberal patronage the
Nand C > I C: S I 4 1 1'.., T II 2 Nand ) c. ever ; and Decreed have heretofore received
B t. ,s acres, .cc 1. AruUtcad. I -- aid the but it creates new, ii further Ordered, JMjudged, they solicit a continuant
ErIacris, XV t S W 4 .,. J s, T I I. II :, X aixl J. ,\\'. oniLvir., I From Tallahassee to 1lacon.Tliroll.h and strengthens rich blood a person possessed bv no other med pure That George M. Payne of '1acanopy. in the County of the same, and pledge themselves to spare'no pain

& ,..CTMV: 1 :\1 iec JHT I. II 3. N an.l. l.: Tav Cnl1cctor. GadaJcti County, Fla. ) < ill forty-two hour* fiom Tallahassee to1IlOIl icine. And in;this power lies (the grand secret of its wonJerful of Alachua, James Child cf said Micanopy and for t the accommodation of t those who mat patronise

wlacrfs., N B 4 4 .i o is, T I, II 3, N and F., October 7th) IS is. / and to Chart i-slon in three days, ucccss. It ha? performed within the last two William A. Forward of Augustine, in the Co'inly them. Their_ Stables are situated on Washington
4) W I N E 4 sec I 13, T I I. R 2, N and E, suitaule and I Square, in the most convenient
art f --- ----- -- -- in tiim' to tale the .Mail Boats on.Yurfh more than .' <>,<)OO cures of severe cases cf of St. John Florida three competent part of the town, ant V
.rl. K I :W 1 _P IS T J, R 3, N and 'l\ '0 acres*. ( ad..d'n Co. Tax Collectors Salt'. the f ninth daf'fIlE ./. years disease at Iea-t l.OX() were considered incurable.! I persons be and they are hereby appointed Commissioners I' for comfort and convenience they cannot: be iuN
W &SEt.ic I*. T 1. 1!: 3. NatiE.Jt.e.t icSI Y %'virtue flhe ; for the of carrying out the decree passed by any Stables in the Southern .
-Ii > power! me blaw, I Stage will !leaxe Tallahassee on Mondays, It has saved the lives of more (ban ,5OOO children purpose coantiy.
t. T !, Ill I. N and C. OI'J acre*. *ec :.!, T 1 J. R I I. H.J hall cxpoc fur 1.11' tor Ca-i! InTtore the : :itla s. and Fridays, al4 o'clock, A. M-, the psst season in the city of New Ycrk aljne.- of this Court in said cause. // is further or November 15, IS49. 18 .1

N atl-iWacrc. *. ESEeci 17, TIR1N 1 Court I lloii.e door in I tlio town of Juincy on Mon- and arrive ill Macoa (via Quincy Baiubiidge, New- More than tiered adjudge, and decreed, That the said lands I
w2 P.*k> am-s, C 4 S U ". T I IU3. N all dj) tb10th; djy ot April njxt, the following ileortted Albany Americm, and Perry) oi Tuesday?, 3,000 cases of Chronic Rheumatism; be sold at public auction by and under the direction UNITED STATES

i:, Macros Wi !i C: 4 *<* IS, T I J. U .1, N an.l I., : proj-erty.or; 6.> much thereof as will pa\ t the 1'1)Thllr- o1Y". and Saturdays at 10 o'clock P. M., in 2OfHj( cases of Dyspepsia ; of the said George M. Payne, James Child and William Wholesale )
.ret Z\11.1. State and count: \ taxes due the eon K-i the \ear I 1SI-l : !t time for i he cars Savannah.. Leaving Macon on 4 lmiJ' cases General Debilifyand want of Energy; A. Forward Commissioners hereby appointedas
-tt acr w, belulill: > to <>sate ol 1 I Hocfor XV. Itnd) ,*niyw Section lilteeen (S I li) Township two, ((1' 2)) 1! Moiuh}*, \\\.ilnesdivs, and Fridays at 4 o'clock! A. 7,0ju( cases of the different Female complaints; aforesaid at the town of Micanopy in the said

c c5.Tt.I U9.S and K. :320 acn' \4 ;.. Hnc; cren, (U 7)) North nut XvV5t, (N & W) on 1l\1., and arrix ing in Tallahassee on Tues
W 4 ap.'e4.T1fl2Sa'4 II, MJ acre*, S \ 4 Ic ;he water ol Croi-ki-rf iVetk the Lands purporlinlobolonijto ; da\s_ and Saturdvis, al 10 o'clock, P. M. Ttu's line I 1,300 cases of Liver Complaint ; .191 19; and that thcsales continued from day to JVos. 252 & 23G Pearl
T tt 'i S and IX 100 to biy Street
4, t. acres, 'puijHdling I. S. Catliii: tiluJUd in the county cfGadwieii. connect with the Central Rail RoadSavannah An- 2-'jOU cases of Diseases of t the Kidneys and Dropsy ; day till the same be completed ; and that said Commissioners -
iiU't2>J, N. A. cit\ tf Tdllhassccbcloig-[ Collector Gadsden Co-intv', Fla. llmbus, Ga. It also connects with the Mail Line 1,000 cases of (the Yellow Jaundice; published until the day of sale in the following NEW YORK,

iij to vt,ale '>f Danifl Fact. Ocfjcr! ;Ih, Isis. 2 from Quincy to Cbatfaboocbie and thence to Apa- 1,->(*) cases of I he Dropsy ; newspapers to wit : Union and National Intelligencer HAVE OW IIA.D THE LARGEST AglOBTMCNT
sw4cIi2"I T t t. R 1 ,S? anJ W, i af ri-", N D. of C., Charleston Courier -
-- --- h hie-tlla. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to S.OOO cases of the Consumption, Washington, CLOTHING
: 'W 4' '(::1 MTlniS.indXVJ 1 i 'I Ucuis.XV JStV Middle Circil of PJOI'ida---GadS- Columbus in three (layS, and hut one ni, IN THE
T II R2 N l W I F. N
I i
4 rci ,11 acres, i and Savannah Ga.
; F the road between Tallahassee and Macon. Orleans. Georgian Republican ,
U-ii OH Salt Rheum the
Circuit j pent Ulcer, Erysipelas, Pimples on UNITED STATES.
XV i W .
N ami E
jcec 3H I I. fco acres,
t.1 Il 1 J The p'jblic may re.t assured that every attention will Faee Scald Head Tetter, Neuralgia, &c.&c., together Journal Montgomery Ala., Sentinel and Floridian the
Xd Adapted to Southern and Southwestern
:W. I, N and XV, MJ i U: J N 4 sec7.T ) Markets
arN notice be hand-bills also
-0 of these who Florida and that given by
V IN CIIAXCCRY.Ivl bo paid to t tliM coclort t may patronize( with numero'i' cases of Sick Headache, Pain ;
J. R I. anW'gaerec XV J N i C4 s.c 1 13, ts.
XV C N 1 g rar& D. XVwd. ) (this Line. in Ihe Side and Chest, Spinal flections, &c. &c. and that the said Commissioners shall. in the sale of In the article of
T I. 2, Nand % 'acn-s t 4 mc M. I. :
I FARE said lands be guided by the of the grant, made
B an* Xf,*<. am, W i NJ R J an.! W J ot Ki : ha'ill'n made] to by alliduit to the : This is the most successful medicine known in map SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
appear T.tnaha to cv2) Messrs. Burr Washington and Merry,late Commissioners ,
IT From pe Qni ; to-Bainbridge, diseases the and ,and all affections( by
!H T I, R 2, and XV. 1 1I aero, N XV 4 S I F. lI Kidneys Dropsy
MC I Hon. Thomas Htltxcll Jur\ ul| aid Court, that, :'t : to Albany. $!il I, and to Maron2'2.. Urinar Several thousand cases have : and shall sell the fractional sections in We keep an endless variety.ALSO .
T 1 I. W.1'n'f i: i N W 4 of the ) Organs.
the above natnvd defendant l-h\si .
) l I D. XX'ootl
I San < irMdis and form laid down aid and MOST EXTEJfHVE
XVRIGHT! 1 & SAWYER, Pronrielors. cured when all other remedies have quantity as on map ; THE MAKCTACTURtl OF
17,T 1 K /. X a ,- rre h.'lutiginjj Asa been reported as
tl out <>f Florida and nithiu, the limit (1ft the U- By JOHN M. VAU.V, Aent.fS3 lied. the said Commissioners to have discretion to sell infractions OIL
M4WMn. JSV.. mtcd States, to wit, in the State of Louisiana (a CLOTHINGAND
SiJmWOOH : the Planter's Hotel Tallahassee C. sections, and sections or III suchquantities
OITrc at Hundreds of of Fits and Nervous Diseases, quarter
Tuv .\ '*sir anil ( : cases
.! 'l c'ctor Lt n County.ciner It Ii Ilwretorc OIlI.rt',1, That I the above nameddef.ndairt
I ISJ l i 3v\ i E. n M I LEY Azent ; at Maj.' NATHANS, in QIIincJ.I originating in Debility have been entirely cured,and as they nay deem proper and best calcu.
1th. appear and answer the liill: of Complaiinnt: I July (17, IS47. ')> thousands of cn3es of Dysentery Diarrhcc and Summer hated for the interest of the parties leaving out the COVERED HATS
filed! Ix-rcni before the first d.\ March -- ---- In the World.
t .t- -- :: private and adverse grant as laid down on said map.
- Leon County othcnv' complainai.t's bill will be taken pro con- Just Received, Complaint.- CAUTION. slnd it isfuilher ordered ffc., that for the purposeof Plain and Fashionable Clothing of all kinds'.

- TAX COLLKCTOH'S SALK.iitue feso. LEWIS & AMES': Dru- Store, a fresh supplj :3Look out for Imitations.-Unprincipled ( permitting the claimants to purchase to-the extent LEWIS &; 1A! FORD,

I) Y of the power veiled. in tne l.y lw. 1I I It is further Ordered,That this order be puhli.hed AT New and Valuable l Medicine\-among which (:: have copied our labels, and put up medicine perSons in of their interest in said lands, (the nominal valueof 1 .\ 23-2 fy tt Pearl St.

I I) have 1l\'it. upon.; ami slull. e\po-e 'for !!lt in the Qllin'y Ttmi, a iwpacr: printed in the are the tolbwiug : the same shaped bottles. See (hat each Bottle has said land is fixed at one dollar per acre, and that December 23, 1S49. 23 3m
C I 1o''sed4r in the ot T1Lthasee town ol (Juincy, once a week\ for the period of three each and claimant in said lands if he,
.J t1e >.u city DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE the written signature of S. P. TOXVNSEND. every may In
..t1 he ft Ml1a it MJprobity nexi. (I I'-I.the: ) Iniluw.i mouths. Nov I IS IHiTHOMAS HITTERS, N. B.-Persons inquiring for this medicine shouldnot she, or they think proper bid at this valuation to Leon Circuit Court,
rnwrh hereof a* will I HALT2ELL I JuJ'.. the of the value of the number of acres decreed SPRING 1
or amount TERM 1S49.
dci\t. 1 Designed for, anJ will cine J Y< Il'psia. Liver Complaint be induced to take any other. Druggists put up
$) Sate and Comity Tnt* due thereou for the \ K. .AJ.t.1'O't; Com' i). Piles! Scrofula, J"ulldlC'c-and all kindred Sarsiparillas, and of course prefer selling their own, to them in this partition, without paying money Thoustin Lumpkin Agent for) \tt b .
.\ U. HARRIS t
I. .
: Clerk.B 3C
fear t*>.*-, wit : truecop\ diseases resulting from a disotdercd stomach or iinpuie others have purchased that put up in small bottles, as U provided in cases of other purchasers ; but Robert Lumpkin, Debt
That bud. o' l.n,11 1 >i in g in the County d Leon, ] *\ 11. C. Lester, I). C. tateof blood.UK. and because they make greater profit recommend should' claimants purchase over and above the amount t. $900. .

bounded North by the line of denlareation.'nl I I bhe \ Drc.2 1M9. 2 HULL'S WORM 1 LOZENGES, them-do not be deceived by any-inquire for Dr. of their interest under said valuation then for any William S. Carpenter. j Daraes$1S00.tJ1HE

(Orlackeue hit',. South by XV akulli County, Notice.1IX : -. The safest t, most etlectual! and pleasant preparationbefore Townsend's, and take no other. such excess they shall comply itb conditions here defendant and all others interested will

Md liUst by the St. Marks Kiver, known U "FerbeV: I the public, fur the eiadlcation of WOAMS, in Principal Olfice, 12'J Fulton st., Sun Building N. in imposed on other purchasers. lnd it further take notice of .the institution of the above soil 4
1u AIH! fn1rrti tu belong to the Apalach- f": months aftrr date, I hal! apply I to the. HonrabeJuds Children or Adults. Y., 10') South Pearl street Albany, and for sale by ordered Sfc., that said sate (excepting the interestof by attachment and appear and plead to the declaration ;
i.: e If Protate for t thc Cuur.t} ofGad claimants shall be made said Commissionerson filed in this
.ca HULL'S COUGH! LOZENGES, all the principal Druggists :Merchants generally ,) by case within the time prescribed by ,-
i 1SItSc7.T2ll2Sand E. ; XV i of den, for kitet .diMfiiseicn: a< adraiui trator, 011 thc XVill PRE\'i::T Consumption and( CURE all cases of throughout the United States, XVest Indies, and the the following term*,to wit : One-third of the purchase law. H. N. GRAY

!C i, Sec W. T 2, R 2. S and C., owner un1nuwn.SW4Sc2tTJ.flt.audW.utvncrun.. Estate cl William Gilhiand, lali-of said CO'llIt1". Colds, Asthma,Spitting ot Blood Pains in the Side, Canadas. money in cash, the remainder in three instal Attorney for Plaintiff.

K; | ccaod. AKCHIKALl) SMITH Jr., Shortnc"-s of Breath and all other Pulmonary Com A fresh supply of( the above valoahleil medicine ments of one, twoand three years, with interest at December 30, 1549. 24 3m

&-0. Jul-22, 1J-1S. 2 Adm'r.ALL :just received and fur laic wholesale! and retail by six per centum ; and that said Commissioners shall

IV 11.1 No. 199, lung and "being in oU plan ciu -\t.o- EDXVARD BARNARD, Jr. sign,seal,and execute with the purchasers writtenor Circuit Court, Monroe County

.Ta1abaueC. owner unknown. Public OtiCf'. I DR. HULL'S FInRD PILLS D. LADD. Newport. printed contracts conditioned for the executing of Joseph A. Barelli, )
section : \' J, BO N E 4 <>f s.o 2'. and lots No. .mav. deceased, will[ take notice (bat at for Fever anil\ .\:',{, Chills an.} Fever, Intermittcn paid, and further conditioned that if any instalment Franciico de SSO O.
3, 4. :&, C, .4 Sec. 2 i, T Township, N the of six >ks Male & Female the time it becomes due all
t i expiration ve< alter the fir-t publics. and all other Fe\t-rs. 1't ice reduced to Siccnty-fir Quincy Academy. be not paid at money defendant and all others interested,
: Ii i W.. containing 2H1 arre, |iurporling to betatiKto lion of this notice, I klnll apply to the Jnd;e of Cents pi'r Dox. 'I nIlE exercises of this Institution for the year previously paid shall be forfeited ; and that the TilE!y otified of the commencement ot the
Albert A. Pickett and John H. Gindrat.V Probate of XVakulla county, for letters of administration The above Medicinfs fic h and for said Commissioners shall have a right to re-enter
genuine are ii 1 S 19, will commence Monday,January 5th. above suit by attachment in the Circuit Court of
J. of N XV i 17. T 1, R I, S and E, be- I t'le and take of the
a So on tttate ol the laid John Tamt.ia-'p. deceased sale by LEWIS &, AMES, The subscriber, having recovered his health! will at, upon the lands sold possession same Monroe County returnable to the next term ef said
l ;ing; 1f Ehte .f A. Branson* for taxes due for UANHIL LAUD. i Tallahassee Fa. without let, hindrance or incumbrance through or
that time resume discharge of his duties as Prin Court and are hereby required to appear and pleadto
scars '*:, 1616.1147. and IS4S. New Port Nov. 20h( ,, 1 l'4S. 2 I For certificate of recommendation and other information cipal. His attention will be divided between the from the purchaser. .Indif is fllrt"nOrdered.t.., the same. JOSEPH BARELLI..
Section 15, T 1, R 1, !and C., putporting to be. That the said Commissioners do deposit the monies
the above Medicines future
concerning two Departments. In the Female Department, he By his Agent, W. H. WALL
Coarto; W. G.Gould.. U'akuIIa Circuit Court. advertisements, and pamphlets! which may be ob- will be assisted by Mrs. S. B. EctvsMAX, who is a arising from the sale of said lands as fast aa the Key West l. December 10, [30] 1S43. 213m
J.Un XV. SIFR\OOD. Daniel l LadJ, Compt., ) In Chancery Tall Term. 1 tainrd of the Azcnts. teacher of established reputation. Her former patrons same are paid into their hands, in the Bank of
Tax uJ! { Len '. r*. > I'ccinbcT,5th ISIS. Charleston, in the State of South Carolina, and that
March 1 1!'I 1-5. 35 and .those who know her best, all agree in rec Notice.
.. .
.Ortnber 21.- --I"-' 14 h' Joseph F. Dyer, Deft. ) RilltoCurecloscatnorlgage. ommending her as a highly accomplished and sueces said monies shall not be drawn from said Bank, except
appearing to the i.fa tion ollhe Drugs, Medicines, &c. on the joint draft of said Commissioners, und ALL person haying demands against the estate
Tax Collector's Sale. IT sat < Court baffJ.d.uilin } ful teacher. She i is competent to instruct in .
this Court the Robert Fisher deceased are hereby notified
this case, that Joseph F. reside French and the English .an order of directing same..Ind
D\er Mu-.ic Drawing, Embroidery
B Tirtuc of the auth) "iity vc'le! in rue by law, J : out of the State of Florida and! 1 beyond the jurisdiction EDWARD BARNARD. JR., Branches. Three or four additional teachers it further Ordered That the said ComniUiioners to present them without delay to the undersigned
but tui) dol l -\.d upon, ald! will expose for make a full and ample report to this and all persons indebted to said estate will snake immediate -
of thin; Court, but in the! United States :-It is received by the late arrival, I "will he employed in the two Departments, and every
before rl. t'ui t I MU'J.IMU the city of Tallalia HAS of their in this WILLIAM E. FISHER,
said ale payment.
Ordered Court after proceedings
.i. That the said Joseph F. Dyer as afore- 11 addition to his stock of IEN exertion will be made to insure the rapid improvement -
en the ur.t Monday in March next t. the following ROBERT W. FISHER
aid, d,) appear and plead, answer or demur to the UINE DRUGS AND MEDICINES all of ot Ihe Pupils and to render the Institution behalf.
tuucli tl.crcof will the December 50 1943. 2t Sw Adm lislrator,
or a ,
property I pay said bill cf complaint, or the said bill will betaken which are cf good quality, low for CaihAlso worthy the extensive patronage it has hitherto -
.t aLd Louuty laX du* tUcrcon for the", car of j>ro eonfrsso against (the said J.fl'TidalitP.ut'i. on hand a general, assortment of the following enjoyed. The Academy n furnished with Maps, The lands to which above decree refers are known Notice.
to trt1tsNoLtU,11,22inSe21T1fl1Nand: Ji-d, That the publication of tliii order be made in which are warranted genuine, viz : Globes and a well selected Library. It has also an as "The Arradondo Grant containing about two

I 1 1 some newspaper printed in I the city of Tallahasseeonce llourk's Piinecea, Rowan-l's Improved Tonic Mix- etenive Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus, hundred and ninety thousand acres consisting cf ALL creditors legatees, and persons entitled to
W..rootainuia acres in each let, an per plat owmey a week for the pcrioJ (If four months. I'Ire.'i"tar', Balsam *.f ViM Cherry, Urandreth' and a large Cabinet Minerals collected from various line Hammock Prairie and Pine Linds. The entire ibution in the estate of Robert Fisher,deceased

by II. T. Rlnckt-r. ,.County Surveyor, and old THOMAS KALTZLLLJodpc. Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor parts cf the ,.onlt'. These alforl( the student :I tract has been accurately surveyed and divided, are hereby notified that their claims and demands

f Cue, dut*en 1:1.acres of !.wd sM (.n the 1 ith.fnU1 A true copj ; 2 GEO. L. 15nv ,vNT.Cleik.IVoiire. Worm Cough, and Dinner Lozenses, Honpland' superior advantages, and render the study. of sciencea after the manner cf the Public Surveys into ranges will be barred at the expiration of two years
Is4 l bv JJ. A. IAn, Commissioner in a townships and sections-plats of which have been from
Celebrated I'everand Ague Remedy, Lucenia Cordial delightful occupation. Those pursuing Chemistryand granting of letters of administration to the
% ePn XViiSajn I5ailcy and henry Gee against Thompson's Eye Water McMunns Elixir cf Opium Natural Philosophy are taught practically prepared and may be obtained at St. Augustine and undersigned unless the same are exhibited wUhLa
K. Call! aad G. K.
X \\alk.r.. XV. SIX week from date, I thall apply to the Hon Sands Sarsaparilla Turner Fextr and Acue Pills well as theoreli'all)'. They are admitted to the Jacksonville.This the said two years to the undersigned.
ShERWOOD :uJe cl'Prob-atesi of XVuku'.la: county, for Tyler's ditto, Gordon's Billions and Anti-Dyspepti Laboratory, and,allowed lo experiment for them large body ofland, regarded as the best in WILLIAM E. FISHER,
Tax Assessor and Ccllcctor Leon .
County.Is letters admiimtution, de b-jiii: nonol tl.e i-tate Pills Heckwith's Anti.lJ 'lipeplic Pills, Peters' and selves. Surve\ing i is taught with the Compass and all Florida, lies between the 2'Jth and 30th parallels ROBERT W. FISHER,

tOemtH'rl 18-.J-ISIS.-- I _I' of John Tallmad .-, decca id. Spencer's Pills and is Agent for S. P. Townsend's Chain, :and mf'iration by actual measurement.The of latitude, nearly midway between the. Atlantic December 30, 19 B. 21 Sw Administrators.

Tax Collector's Sale. DANIHD LADD.! celebrated Sarsaparilla! in quart bottles at 1 per lording! House cf the Institute designed for and the Gulf and H adapted at once by climate and

Dec. 1tllS1S.' 2 !bottle. Also superior Lemon Syrup, prepared Iron Ihe accoinraoilalion both of the Teachers and Students feitility of soil, to the production of sugar, Ion; and Notice.
) Y virtue of the autbCrtystlo ia me by lw. 1 I I. Lnnon far for he short staple Cottons, Rice Spanish Tobacco ArrowRoot
'J --- pure Citric or Acid preferable I wilt be kept by Capt. Alexander Mclver. dmio-
J subscriber taken out letters
UiU will having
t\4 Jay l\icl' upon exjio-e () sick than that sold LonJmP,1rler Indigo, .C., and swept over daily by the sea rIlE
Estate or ordinary use usually will
Board rate
Lfirit 'uc1.
of cr including washing, at $10 late
sale, before theCowl Hoase, i the city of per South on the estate of Joshua H. Byid,
if Tina.bG of the
breeze i it healthy beyond portion
&c., &c. month. Students this house any
at will have
"rt Ihe trt in June next, .the follow- A UJIIl'i I 'I'ziATOKOTICK.. of the United States.' Lying in the immediate of Wakulla! County, deceased, hereby gives notice
June In, 1S-IS. 47 the of at all times under the country
advantage being care ol' all claims said
| property or s runch thereof as v% i ill pay'I"1 Stall persons: indebted (to .the estate ol the late --- the teachers who will their morals and neizhbothood of Lake Orange: between which to persons against estate to
2tk J County Taxes due by the owners lbcrc ALL present them to me, or to Benjamin Byrd of Leon ,
and OcklawaJiaw
tit. Tucker, deceased, of llarnwell Dittiict M. D. PAPY assist them in their studies. the river now navigable,a communication
hear IfeJ?, to wit : .n th Stale of South Carolina, will make payment' For further information of may and will be made at moderate cost; an County my authorized agent within two years,properly !

Lt Nos. 19. and part cf 17?, and 7C, 0. P :nd to the : ubciibcr. And all p.*rsons bating liemandagaiiut -. @m\j TI" 3 lli.VI 9lllATU.I. t text books regulations, Sc.respecting, .c., sec rates printed tuition Catalogue easy and cheap connection will be established between authenticated agreeable to law, o; they will
A. cf T txilonjinj to Ai.dcrsui; all the Courts in the cities the be barred of reco.ery; and all persons indebted will
N. .14hiuce. said estate, will please present Uctn duly' Practice in the Middl which may be procured application to this region and on Atlantic
htl. j atteMid 10 A> PAiTi.-Bfrv: .:<1., liarnncll Y V' Circuit. OlHco on the first floor of the Cap- N. II. STEXVART Principal. coast, whilst in the natuie cf things, a rail road please to make payment immediately.

::os. SI, S2, c:, SI, and S3, N. A. of city otto Court House! S. C. J.\JIE! COGXHR itol, South rom formerly occupied by the December It>, ISIS. 22 across the Peninsula and through .this body of land, OLIVE BYRD. Administratrix.:
'e,.belonging Charles F. Mercer.JAUHS I December 2, 1 IS 15. 2 .A( Secretary t the l'erri torv.Novniher will soon be established, and become the great commercial Sopchoppy December 23, 1843. 23 2m
W. SHERWOOD.: 1\, IS-IS. 17 Fletcher Institute, Fa. Conference. and social thoroughfare between said cities The Plantation belonging to said estate will ba i

Tax Astor end.Collector for Leon Cc untvIS. Hamilton Tax and those on the borders of the Gulph. rented for the ensuing year. For terms,a fly &J !
County Sales.
NOYf'thCr IKS. tl .n For New York. In view of the delightful climate of the fertilityof above. !
13Y virtue of the power vettid in me by law, I SITUATED H.LF'IlLY FK03I THO3IASVILLE, GA. the soil of the rich and varied staples, most of I

Tax Collector's Sale.By shall CXI oc for sale, belbie the Court house TIn scholastic year to consist of one Term of which are confined to regions cf very limited extent New Goods..Fall Trader !

door, in (the town of Jasper, Hamilton Flo. months to commence the first Monday in -- -"- ,
virtue of the authority vested in me by law, 1 I County Wi which give character to the lands now offered
e this dar l<-vul l upon and will e\pn-c foi rida on the (fourth Monday in April ISlf, the following February, an.t close the last Thursday in November. for sale, it is believed that no portion of our wide S. F. BURNEY !

.1..b...lrp th> Court H'xuen. the city of Tallahas described projtfrly or so much t thereof as COURSE OF STUDIES-RATES TUITION. spread domain offers higher inducements for the investment HAS just returned from New York and would In-

see, on the Grit M ,n< 1 in March nest t the following will be sufficient to pay the Slate and County taxes THE REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between Orthography, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic of capital, or promises richer rewards to his patrons and friends generally, that his !
bndi< or bl much thereof 8 will pat the Stalf due thereon for the y*'ar J ISIS, lo wit : York and St. Marks and Newport will per term S16 00 the industry of the poor man. hourly expecting per Brigs Wakulla and Lucy, *' .

and Cuutity taxes due thereon for the year Jbl>, t Also, the S 1of the S I H: 4 of Sec 31 Township commence running at the opening cf the fall trade,' The above with English Grammar and Geo.gapby An examination of these lands i iot earnestly invited Large and complete assortment of
< ; ) 1 t. Rane 13, North and East, purporting to belong and continue throughout the entire year, viz: 20 00 -and any information which undersigned can

r I K r J. an.] r i S K I, Sec IS; W i S XV 4II to the estate of Lenjsnin Chairf-- Brig W AHC.LL.Jos"ct)n, MaVer The above, with tUo higher branches of an give will be promptly furnished on application to Fancy made and Staple Goods,
& in T I, R 2, N ant E., containing"JH! Aho, (.he J K 1 (If S i JI: the W J sty 4, and S F. 4' OCILLA Trim do. English educationembracing Natural,Mcn. either of them. Bonnets, Ready Clothing Men's and Boya

acre, anj belnngin! to 1 the estate ol lion jam in Hajjanv 4 of the S XV 4, and the XV of r the S 1 K: 4 of Sec 25, LUCY )Hosmcr, do. tat and Morai Philosophy Rhetoric, Logic The sale of these lands will be begun at the time Caps Hats of John N. Genin'n superior qualities

.! >ci>asedr or the estate of 11. W. Uraden, de. the Wi i of the N XV 4, and (the N 1If the N XV 4' SUWANNEE Clark do. (new,) Dotany,Chemistry,GiOkgy,Book-keeping, and place and on the terms set forth in the degree Boots and Shoes Hardware,Single and Doubta Bar.

cued and tLe Union Hank of 11& id". 4 of Sec 30' Township J Uance 13, North and East, XVACISSA, Perry, do. (new.) and Political Economy, 30 00 I. under which the undersigned act. No money will relled Guns Crockery Glass Stone Wood and Willow
JAMES W. ShERWOOD: (purporting to b?long to the Union 13ank. These Brigs are built in the most substantial man The above with French Latin, Greek, Algebra be received other than such as will be taken on deposit ? Ware with a good assortment of Groceries.

Tax AMe,"nrand Collector Leon County. Also lot No. 3 of fractional sect ion 7,in Township ner expressly for tiiis trade, and arc commanded by Geometry Mensuration.&c. &c. 3G 00 by the Bank of Charleston as equivalent to He tenders thanks very especially to the Ladies

!November 2', 1918. 19 ft I, South of Range 17, East, la)ing on the Suwannee careful and experienced Captains. Freight and passage -, Music on Piano, extra, 40 (K) specie ; and it i is suggested, that persons proposingto and regular customers generally, for their Ubeial
River, purporting belong to S. IJ. Thompson. at the lowesl rates. Agents I Drawing and Painting extra, 25 W become purchasers will do well to mike deposits paironagc, and begs again the notice of all to his

LEWIS & AMES, ."hotheSW 4 of Sec 1, Township 1, Range 13, COE ANDERSON & CO., Use cf Piano pcrlerDJ. 4 00 iA said Bank, and bring with them certificates of Fall stock.
Smith and East, purporting lu belung tu William J. 10 Hearer street' New York. For Wood i QQ .ch deposits. Liberal advances on Cotton consrjnei to Li* care

nCALr.nSIX I Mi IK. JOHN DENHAM.McNAUGIlT One-half Ihe tuition to be paid in advance; tie GEO. M. PAYNE for shipment.
MlVrS MEDI IC1 IS. PAI I NT OILS, : WILEY LEE Tax Assessor & ORMOND, other half the first of July. J. CHILD September 23, ISIS. 10

ToiTtl XrtifJfi rerfcmcry, it., TTinuow Glass, and Collector( for Hamilton' County, 1S-1S. New port. BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.Mr. WM. A. FORWARD, -

p.i! TEa' nauin: XKO coi/jgf, October( 2 1,1 J 8 1 151. I It Nen'I'Mt.uu t 12, ISIS. 4 December 0, 13 I:. 21 Commissioners. Land for Sale.
WM. C. HUNT, Principal of Male Department.
olhrrarls(!!' Glass \Vnr. &c. --- -- Fire and Marine Insurance Rev. G. MALLETTE, ;Assistant: GrJ-Flilors in whose paper above notice! of sale VALUABLE tract of land is offered at private
n 'lfl-'itxive constantly( on hand and lot Notice.SIX of lands is be will insert the A
lt-at to
; s the Rev. R. 11. LUCKET, Principal Female Depirtraent. required given same sale, situated one mile East of Marion Cross
JL Inwctr market prica. month: after \l..It", I shall apply to the Hon. Miss MART! A. POTTER Assistant twice weekly in their respective papers, till day of Roads, in Jefferson County,and half a mile North of

LFIY-1S & AMES. of Probate f.nIbc( Coiinv (if Jeflerson, Protection Insurance Company Board, in private families, all things included at sale,antI forward their accounts to the Commissioner the St. Augustine Road. The tract contains 330Z.ce3
Tall h ee, rCovf-mfx-r 2C. 1 b i 7. IH' fur Idlers at St. Augustine, by the month of June when
ol dismioninn a' Admiiitntoi': de beni* Of New Jersey from S to 10 dollars per monJb.) 75 of which is cleared and under tolerable
---- --- ----- ,
Pure Sulphate of Quinine. Hanoi Fanjubai Macrae, late,jf t\iA: County, rlC'e'd. AT SOMERVILLE, P. P. SMITH, President. the said accounts will be paid. fence, about one half hammock, the balacce'goad

KICHAUU HARldsON. H. 'V. SiiAnpr, Secretary. pine land. It is watered by numerous springs of the
npHE: uLscriWr hare (n haa! two bundrtvl and Jefilrion County, September u, ISls. S Cm CAPITAL $ LUUUO-Chartercd February ISIS. December K;, ISIS. 22 Wakulla Circuit Court. best spjiDg water in the Sra'e, extremely healthy

fll ounces ot Sulpliafp of Qninu" which thej Plantation for Sale. IX CHANCERY. and in one mile of a good school and church. IB
lave insure on Merchandise.. Furniture -BILL FOR RELIEF.
obtained diterl from lli This Company ,
< nuuufarturers and Confectionery and Bakery. will be sold cheap and on reasonable term, and
by will wirraut it lo be a supiticir artul HAVING removed to a distant part of the State, Buildings] Machinery F.aeloses, arid property gen. : KINDON would inform hits friends and Henry H. Walker, Complainant, clear warrantee title will be given. _

XVe hafe rttUr:ed our lock of Ini," and Mwlirnr olHT, for Male his plantation( ,con- orally, iu f tty and country.DIRECTORS.. HENRY generally, that he has on hand and vs. Persons wishing to purchase, will he shown tk*
i tailing! kboiit SUJ acre, 40( ,J of which DelafieTd and Lewis
cleared Joseph Curtis
% and Trustees of the
rrrert trtirait ,
1' &tv prepared to eserutrr is constantly i&aikufacturing: CANDIES of all kinds premises,and informed of the terms on application
J'r (Jer tcTiik ill err line, at whoJesiJe' or retail, under a good fence, and in all rep'ctj in glll.d i order fruch as: Apalachicola Land Company, et al.. Defendants.Ir to J. F. Dewilt, or to tf. W. DEWITT. Agent,
the for cultivation. It is well watered, and has de William Edward Payson N. York the satisfaction
*o rem romtnodatin a Thompson PEPPERMINT: LEMON DROPS, appearing to of the Court by Diceaner }te, 1S4.S22 Marion Cross Roads.
have al: li"tfut11 of vrater adjoining! (he dwclling'liouie. Peter L. Matthew Kudsd-le affidavit made in this
Strjktr that
o a few aeClu I.' yet Ane 'to n! for t the CJNX.\ IOI.E tol' CANDY case, Joseph Dclafield
*c*r ISI7. Thf-y are !em-rally; in al ill anvmr.U, It i i. litlatptabout\ one mile from' Lake Jackson and James Taylor, J. S. Mcintyre, Brooklyn! WITJRGHEF.N.RLEY.CAN1.Y. and Lewis Curtis Trustees as aforesaid and Louis

tNt.if the wlitlt. <-.rtiU Uc v "! thurUy. it \v& ild cofcr tli iv from Tallahassee on the Bainbridge road. The David Sanderson G. F. Power HOARHOUND.- Me Lane. Charles Augustus Davis and George Gris- For New York
lowaxij l> j Us5 ccita-n I wims wkiti e ow'c. eixy And various others them several! that are put beyondthe rpHE new packet Brig SUWANNEE. Clarke
LEWIS & AMHS. For further rarHculu. cpji'.y on -the( praise*, or w'M. THOMPSON, PrctiJeul. useful for colds andcoughsandis among prepared to jurisdiction of this Court but in the United JL Master having the bulk other cargo engaged,
April 2)), 1 cit to Maj. Richard hayward, (lo t;. ''. Ward P. VOOIUIEES. manufacture ,
41_ or *} J. II. Secretary. any, and all kinds that may be ordered both States : // j ill Ordtred That, the said Joseph Dela- will sail for the above port with despaUfc-V
J. J. SCOTT. field and Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid and
wholesale and retail. freight or passage,apply to ,
'rbxMnasJelLllefr, October 5S. IS1'---- U TilE.gents are authorized to state to the cus He \\3 also prepared to carry en Raking in all its Louis McLane, Charles Augustus Davis, and George McNAUGHT t ORMOND.Newpnt .
A ITOnNAND CODNSiiLOll AT LAW .Ibis Company that they recognize Griswolddo appear and plead answer or demur to December' 9 IS43. 21
Bacon Flour &c. branches from tho plain Loaf of Bread to .the most ,
-%rirL practice; in t|I"e Ci1C .it Cowl in' each Ihe Court of the different States of the Union exquisite Cake and Pies. Patties and t the publiccan said bill of complaint or the said bill be taken for

,I I County it f ",* rlic.llCiTC "n<* O urt Ani UflK j SUk Diilwct jOiarreisI'luur, I hat I heir Agents are instructed to conform lo the of this order be made in some newspaper printed in RDER
Court a the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson street, 1 BBLS. LUMP LIME IN FINE *
'ahI'Wee.satcelo$ 10 Potatoes, usages of other responsible CompanieaJn: the settlement of Tallahassee once a week for the 1)eriOtoC\
i: !
opposite the .'lUCi OIJ Room of n. If. Berry, llsq., 1_,..# 200 boxes smoked Herrine.
( Janaary 23, tS( Apple, of losses. T ,lIabafis'e. Dee. 16, ISIS. 22 four months. Done in open CourtDec. 5th, IS 15. For sale low by JOHN DENHAM.
----- 5 kr;< Leaf Laid The uberibm have been appointeJ Agent by A hue copy from the record.

Medical Notice.If 2 Xrct rf-n I'.uttef, ,the above Company fur Tallahassee! and its vicinity. Randolph & Lewis, surviving partners of the firm GEORGE L BRYANT, Clerk. Newport, December 9, 1919. 21 _
2 hirrfl dried ]Pesri ...
f. wr T. V. B. t. L. CU.t. J*. ). Jurt Schr. LEWIS & AMES. of Waddel, Randolph & Lewis, by Benjamin C. Decennbcrh,1SLS. 21 4m Bagging and Bale Rope..
per Tallahanacr, and frr tale 12, IS48. 4 6rn
liave : August
l VflXT A; CALL araorialfMl('Iresintbx Lei. Cs.Clement .
D i of "y McNAUiIT(; & OH fONO. For Sale. s'upply of KENTUCKY BAGGING an*
practice B. Barrett.T'HEdefendant .
ifedirinr. Surgery &
ttVr their #tarn'icf to the public. ( _!e19)ol1, November 25, IS 13. ll Groceries, &..c.S. and all ethers interested are hcreJL subscriber offers for sale his interest in the ROPE, daily expected by &hr. Talhi.-
THE i. ORMONJJ1Newport
Office over Dra- Si are. Mantiwllo. OoriJi.S by noti <>f,the commcncer&ent of this suit', ,kr.own as Ware and Tucker's plantation! i McNAUGHT 19
AqflUt lI't. ::3DR..LS..BOND ty Notice.SIX S. KNIGHT Si CO. returnable to a Justices Court to be held at Tallatiassee Tour miles from the Aucilla Ferry on the AugustineRoad November 19. 1849. _,

month after dale, I hall apply tu the lion. joGst received' a large stock ol GROCE on the 15th day of December next, and to appear ,about twenty-six miles from Tallahassee, and To Turpentine Dippers,
of Probate for the County of Jefferson HAVE., WISTEnPRODUCF., BAGGING, and plead to the same thirteen miles South of l\Ionticello., The landare
OFFERS hu profeoiioaal scfn'ce* ro the citizau for lettera of
hMc and the'aarnwnitoEcountry Milhibe, deceased. t Ilicro can be nothing lost by giving them a November, A. D. ISIS about 17UO ac-es'o which my claim,! is'IOftO acresl: for this business which ,
OcwA atr.4
Fulicr. 1 Hotrl. RlflURD) HARRISON! all JOHN H RHODES, Constable. J. R. TUCKER..lnl.icIlo. WcNAUGHf

) 'f &, s 1. 1... t. JdTt.r.tOA County, SoL)tciUtI. r ', l81' 'J em I November .", 513 if December :, ISIS. .0 JC1 :. Novembcj 4,1513, 1G t tfcbt?. Newport, November IS, ISIS. 13