The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL' the*' wind and current charts," and fen payment of For the increase and expenses oflhe library, one I eharerof.one'sJoys and tt' .
THE duties on books, charts, and instruments imported thousand dollars: ; all sorrows, lhamanagerof for tho next,-iflslamism l be true. I repeatit the ground a if dead, and, with outstretched!

II rrBUIIICD EVERT fATUKCAY. for the Jall., navy, four thousand dolar. Fur expenses:of the board \'isiter. one thouiand your domestic concerus-this is nothing be not afraid of mentaJ culture. If you can limbs, lay expecting their fate with the greatest -
-'" And Ir"l and after the thirtieth of June : and thirty-three dollars and sixty-one cents ; -hit or miss-here goes. I say, be not appreciate it in a wife, by all means seek it resignation, without making a single effort .
TEn t: books, charts, mathematical, nautical instiu- For barracks for cadets thousand hasty in this business.' Look think before in I
maps : forty dvlar; ,- her. An intellectual sympathy: is perhaps to save themselves. TWO other tigers of some. :
THREE DOLLARI, per annum, if paid in advance. ments, philosophical apparatus, and al other articles For t.tmt.." hall, five thousand dollu ; you commit )'ourseJf A knot of this kind is deeper than any other, and will bind what less stature, were now, with great difficulty .
if paid within six month whatever imported for the use the United For riding two thousand ; fiends
THREE: : AND A HALT l.a1. easily tied, old *
knot it
FOUR DOLLAR, if not paid until the end of t heycar.MThcMteitns : i States, shall be imported free of duty anything in For "hospital enlisted men, two thousand five tle more strongly together than aught .- driven in, while .the main struggle was -
the of thirtieth cannot be unti Death alone can cut it, If, is a between the facultiesof still forward. But efforts could in.duco .
will be rigidly! adhered to, ando act July eighteen hundred and for hundred dollars: ; sympathy highest going no ,
wilibe discontinued until all arrearages:repaid ty-six,entitled .An act reducing (the duty on imports For permanent quarters and barracks fOrengmneer and I would not have you think him long in our nature-the immortal part. You cannot them to attempt an attack of any kind ; !:

paper, unless at the option ol the publishers. Sub. and for other purposes," to the contrary. notwithstanding troops, (sappers, miners, and pontoniers)five thousand coming.One enjoy the highest happiness of which you they shrank down like cats, crouching as close ;

cribers wi be received (or three months at One ; dollars. of the gnat objects} for which marriage are capable with a wife who is not able to ly as possible to tho walls of the enclosure, .
For of the fr '
: order for the salary secretary to sign patents pub Approved February 19,1S-19.
F.very instituted
Dollar month at $1 was is as I conceive the .
of this county must be accompanied with lic lands, fifteen hundred dollars; ----- :! intellectual meet to some extent the higher wants of your whenever the buffaloes, which still continuec, i
paper out To two in the Patent office,in addition and moral improvement of the parties.- nature,-with whose spirit cannot in however butt with r
th. cash, unlesa the order come. through any of our pay messengers yours to at their enemy utmost .
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regularly authorized agents in the State.ADVKHTISEMr.NTS to those now employed, at the rte of four Qi :[ !( The object is ahigh, a permanent one. The most things blend. You cannot truly marry desperation, approached them. The &
hundred dollars each JKT annuU 'fur the last two ---- '- --" --- union ought to be formed with view the .
a to outward lands houses.
beauty, or money, or or great tiger had at last received a push in tho
of' the current fiscal 'lour hundred dollars :
quarters year
Watchman.THOUGHTS whole! life of
; From t'leReficctorond nun,-his intellectual and moral You have a soul, and you cannot join it 'to ribs which lilted him from his seat. He came ...

} Will be inserted at the rate ofOnelollirpcriqu.re I'I'j For furnishing sixteen rooms in the new building ON THINGS. life,-his lib here and hereafter. How these things. You can really marry only a tumbling down and crawled like a craven in. q

j .f twelve line for the first,and fifty rent for each occupied by the Pension office, at an average of one On Marriage : Intended for the Married Dud few look upon tie matter in this light and en. han soul harmonizing in the true and good, to a corner, whither he was pursued by the .

tubiequent insertion. A reasonable' deduction hunJrcd! dollars per room,for carpet s,matingdesks, the Uiimarrlcd. ter upon it with such \'iewi.U SomethingtranscendeulalUtopian.an't tasteful! and beautiful, with own. buffalo, maddened by tIre pain of his lacerated \
will be made on legal notices estate n.ticel, yearly tables, .heh'el, book-cases, chairs, other necessary -
be made to A few words to the nnrried. Are just neck, and there had to endure : thrusts 1
notices without alteration, by persons having articles, sixteen hundred dollars ; BY ISRAEL OLDE you many : ". .
regular accounts with the office. I For compensation to the commissioner in China, enter into everday.. Ha say you so 1- married ? Then the recollection of the days of with the horns, at each which he only drew '

AU announcements of candidates for office, FIVE: 1. under the act to carry into effect certain provision. A very large portion, perhaps one half of They arc the only views worthy oflhe unionof courtship is yet fresh. Keep) it up. Do up his mouth with a grimace of pain, without 9 9

CELLARS-invariably in advance. No attention in the teatel bet ween the United States and China. those who pass for married people two immortal beings. They who marry not cea-je to court because you are married. making ihe smallest motion toward offthe at. .5. j
nill be paid to any order.ornnouncementunlessaccomr2nied and Porte of eleventh August, eighteen i married all. In the with such views and feelings will be married The reason of all others why should tack.! Letters the East
with the cash. hundred and five hundred and eigh.i world, are not at highest, very you -ILtfinciitcr's( from r .,,
AH rtligiout, marriage and obituary notices pub. ty-three dollars fort.eigl ( cents ; truest; noblest cense, they are not married at body and soul both. The highest happiness continue to do so. Your opportunities for this Indies. \
lisbed gratuitously!)' ; but editorial 1 notice* for private .For compensation to the consuls of the United all. Their souls arc not united in the holy can region no sure foundation but that which are now better far than they were before.Be .- -_.- ,J: I

benefit,wi!! be charged' a advertisements.JOB States at the five "ports in China, viz : Kwanpchow, bonds wedlock. Some ceremony was .no i ii laid in the human soul. Beauty, wealth, just as careful of each other's feelings, and PATENT RAG CHEWEK. ft' '

Amoy, Fuchow, Ningpo, and Shanghae, under the doubt through with,-their hands were equipage, all that is may be swept just as solicitous to retain each other's good
W O K K same act, two thousand nine hundred and sixteen gone outwar In village not hundred miles from .1'
said away in .a moment, may not opinion before. Fix smartly for : many
Job Work such dollars and sixty-seven cents ; joined, some prayer or two was some D up"a
well ,
W to execute this
prepared there
are is established
.. bills,cards, blanks, pamphlet, tc., with neatness For outfit of a.charge d'affaires the Papal States, thing was spoken about what God hath satisfy. Intellectual and morl qualities are a each others society as before. Go right on place, a paper mill, .
and despatch. All woik of this description, per act first of May, eighteen hundred and ten, fourthousand joined together," &c., and they were declared more sure possession. Time serves but to doing all that is gallant and handsome as before which attracts no small share attention frm" :,

xcepl for persons having >early accounts with 'five hundred doar; husband and wife. Yet for all this, were they improve them, and the enjoyment of them Be attentive and thank each other fur the curious, and elicits many a visit, as all 7.

the office, must be paid for on delivery."AUTHORITY. For contingent, fifty thousand expenses dollars of the, including Home rf the Representatives com not truly man ied. God did not join them to- never cloys. Marry your wi' 's soul, friend, little attentions as before. Your lover, madam are of course anxious to see the process of ". :
old into It i
r pensation of a clerk to the Sr rant.al.arms,at the getber. 'Twas'ain to pray, "I let not man marry bersoul. Let qualities: attract you. was a gentleman. Your mistress, sir, wasa converting rags paper. sometimes

BY rate of four dollars per day, duiing the present session put asunder,"-they were asunder even then, Then, every acquisition which she makes, lady. Shall not the husbdiid.and wife remain happens that those crowds admirers of tho i .

ictt and at the Second Sts- For; the three in the and unless some change take place in the.I cry day's experience, every book she ;'e\.1 the lady and the gentleman ? Do not forget 1 : marvelous: contain among their numbers. .. .
completing rooms
Rnolutons passed capitol aid some of those real matter-of-fact! kind of fellows
of their dream will be. Think will in her onward progress, and render your bow, sir, nor madam. -
Conrm. Iowa, set apar! for the use of the United States spirit always I you your courtesy .
Thirteth courts, under a resolution of the General Assembly you that He who hath displayed! such wisdomin her more and more capable.ministering to Give the best of these to each other. Do you i who like to know something of cause as

[No. 1.) AN ACT to extend certain privileges to of Iowa, approved January twenty-two eight en the woiksofhis hands, having fishioncd your improvement and happiness. Do you madam, study your husband's tastes and char. well a effect, which may be illustrated by tins .

the town of Whitehal. in the State ot New York. hundred and forty-eight, one thousand one bundled all things so admirably, and with such skill not want a wife capable assisting you to acter. Understand him fully. ]If you are following dialogue :
Be it by! Seatt and House of Rtpretentattves and eighty-six dollars and setenty-tvvo cents : Provided become wiser and better wise Ibis C.I I sa stranger, how do you get them cro '
as to I ( is a secret, him
as patch )
of the United States of America in Con- That, before any money be paid under this adapted each to each, (what a world of adaptations \l1 you may manage ) fur ? !
great assembled. That the President of the United appropriation, the said apartments be ceded by the I it isthink!) you that this God of your clothes, darn: your stockings, or cook altogether, and he, good man, wi know noth- rags enough making paper ? .
authorities oftne St-te of( Iowa I dinner ? Alas alas hew think about it. I'he be .We have men enployed to cLew t them,sir .
for the
States, on the recommendation of the Secretary ot proper use infinite wisdom and} skill has made the your many I ing given reading and .
the Treuury, be authorized to extend to the town of the courts of the United States, until other arrangements i wretched, iU-asoited matches which that a woman need to know nothing l'lsc.- study, do you read and study with him, ifpos. replied the paper man.
Whitehall the came privileges as conferred on for the accommodation of the courts be you may To what to chew them did '
I where behold ? It were an Such might almost as wall! marry a thread and sible.: If he is fond of having things snug and you
certain ports named in the seventh section of an act, made by the United States ; every impiety ?"
I entitled An act allowing drawback upon foreign For bringing to the seat of government the votes I to think 0. No, no-His work is betterdone. needle, a knitting machine, or a cookingstove. quiet, do you take a great deal of pains to have uJ v "
Yes chew them be
merchandise exported in the original packages to (for President and Vice President of the United I Wht if you are a mechanic, a farmer things so. Incite him to all that is good and to to sure-did you : ft

Chihuahua and Santa Fe, in Mexico and to the Biiti States, nine thousand dollaii ; What God bath joined .together." "Ayethi or a day laborer ? May not, ought not : noble. You will find your account in it. never hear of chewing rags to make pa. ': i
1 i jib North American provinces adjoining Rue United For the employment in the Adjutant General' ?" .
farmers and day laborers to Are ill married ? Are the i per
States..passed third March, eighteen hundred and office of two temporary clerks for the last t half of is a marriage indeed,-one not likely to mlclanic" grow you you suffering No, I never did, and would like to know ?!
Sorty. rein the manner the proviso i the current fiscal year, one thousand dollars ; and be bn/kcn asunder except by death,-nay, not wistr better ? Have you not a veritable consequences of thoughtlessness ? Matches '
contained in said section. b. for the contingent expenses of the Pension Office for evermtheii. A real, true marriage of heart*, of soul capable! of improvement ? And do you .. thoughtlessness are by far the most numerous what kind of wages you give, cuzc I got"little )

ROBT. C. WINTROP the last and the current fiscal jeais, lie thousandfive I souls, will exist as long as souls live, and that not want a wife with a soul ? Darning stockings in the word. and you perhaps are among the best set of teeth you ever did see, said
Speaker of the House of Representatives.G. hundred and ,'. dollars and forl -five the green'un, grinning and gnashing at the .
) ; is no short time. Adam and Even were marred i and cooking dinners are important af. the Well, you need much of time .

: Vice President. M.ot'DALLAS the United, States, .cent For;the six swords ordered to he presented by the by the Creator heaven and earth, and- I fairs, (the latter especially,) and may be peculiarly I". martyr spirit.: You must make the best of same that time made, in the way exhibition, with a ; i

and President of the Senate. joint tesolution approved March second, eighteen c'erIrue, maniage in solemnized by so to you. I know not, however, \\hy it. One thing you may do. You may prevent fury the jesting proprietor quake ", ,;: .

An-RovcD, January 10. JS49.- hundred and fort- c\n. nine thousand dollars; the same Divine proper administrator invisibly present a woman with a soul-a feeling, thinking. others by )ourad\ice:1F l influence from le3t the joke should turn upon himself the .,
JAMES K. POLK. For instruments ft r the tronom'calbsrrntiondirecl form of a personal.combat.
neClS,3r' I the ceremonial is* going on. The culti\ated. soul, may not do these lhin s.- doing in this matter as foolishly as you have
( to be made in the southern "
( a .I see, I see, replied he of the mill,
{No. 2.) AN ACT supplemental to the act approved hemisphere by the act of August third, eighteen I priest, the magistrate, do but give utterance There it no good reaonh)' you should not I done. IfJou have children, save them from back "I better paper of
never saw set
the sixth day of July, eighteen hundred and hundred and forty-eizht, and for freight and expenses to His voice. Car anyone behold beauty take the most elealeJicws of this subject, I the rock on which your hopes have spilt. Do teeth stepping for business.; Well a

forty-two, entitled! '' An act confirming certain on the same, six: thousand foul dullurs.Appimtd I. allied to ugliness, taste and delicacy and refinement and go about this business in a sensible, ra I not marry your lon or daughter to a human we give experienced

land claims in Lou isiana." January 26, 1S4Y. to coarseness and vulgarity, sensitiveness tonal manner. Do you say, One can I body with a farm, or to much bank stock joined hands $1 50 per day, and new begin. .
lie it enacted the Senate and 00 do think would 1I
by, HuuseofRrpretentative nerswe give SI -
scarcely find the article which I on to it. You can fuse gold with gold! and you you
to iron and marble! and i you recom ,
fully -
*of the V'lite State (f.America in Con. ignorance .
like the business sir 1"
[N.> T> ] AN ACT authorizing tl.e of interest I ,
payment mend. Somewhat difficult I aIo\v.! But can mingle dirt with dirt but unless
altmbld, That a further term of two years, the advances made 'to wisdom and learning, covetousness you you Yes .
I.n. on State of Alabama sir-ree, and the too !
passage ofthi act, be, and the for the Use ol the 1the :i to liberality, goodness to depravity ., an it is to be feared that little demand exists for possess creative power, you cannot blend the t the other, with wages replied ..
same is hereby, conceded to locate the claim named in the suppression of the Cl.d Indian government hostilities to and believe an.e thing wives of this sort. Let the demand become I immaterial: with the material. If a young delgbt. \
and alluded loin the third and sixth section of the i a fend any Yer in for
> you may.set
eighteen hundred and thiit\-six and eighteen to such pairings in other g'-nernl, and the artic'e (speaking after the man comes to court your daughter 1 do nut consider I wel a
which this is and therein
act to act supplemental, any way month the of that time '
hundred A'libama.Se expiration we
and thirt I ,
designated a claim number t-igLt. -! \nin II than as he baa permitted "bin to enter the manner of mel) will soon como to fnrkEt.j' it a "g;:od milch, merely because he J .
doubt will raise
Approved January' Hi, IS1)) it enacted by the Senate and Jfoute f Rrpnimtaticf. -! angels to become devils ? Arc Higher ground mu t be taken, higher views niay be .. well to do" in the world. How many no your wages. Here, you t
or j'
the United old 4
of Statts word I
i f America IK may commence this"-bandin; an
be inculcated. The true the for a house, but find it by
must no
the uf matches to ask God's bless- marry
COlrrl assembled, That the of War he, j soil blanket much admired who .
[Na. 3.] AN ACT tocontinuethcollke! of the Cornmi"iioucr SeCr't31' to .his applicant ,
and he is hereby directed to mterbt the ? Ask Him to send and whole object marriage must be understood means a sweet" one. Only: to think of a
of' Pensions.Beit pay upon i ing over peace hapI took! it, and sat down to his task, with as much ., .
enacted, the Senate and Havre of Representatives advanees made b, the Slate (f Alabama for the use I pincss, after having taken special pains toI and felt, and husbands and wi"t't must be ed.ucated I trl sensible, cultivated, intellectual! : girl, tied
would! well
of the' Unittd States of .imtrica in ot the I'nited States t :scven.cnr: in the suppression I bring together the elements ()discord !- in ,'iewof it, ere they can bucoms all tr a plodding, utilitarian sort of fellow, who sang froid as an epicure to a ,

Congress.1utmlltJ, That the authority given to of hostilities: by the Crelk Ii.dians, in tihll'f1 hun I to each other that God designed. can no more appreciate her than did the cock roasted piece of Leer I
acid and in contact with I
continue Oomnisooner of Pensions by dred and thirty-six and fig It'l hundred and I til: '.. Uring an an nlmJ hI say, old: you think that blanket
the act of the fourteenth of January, eighteen hun seen, at rate of six per centum per:llum (from I each other and then say, pray God they may I have urged deliberation upon the unmar- the jcwe which he scratched up. Horrible! will stand ins any ofa time ut all I ta Why, 4

dred and forty-sj\, entitled An act tocontinue the the time of (the advances until the principal sum was not effervesce" Iking together two natures ried. It is indispensable: to a \\ ise choice.Do .- i I a good use of lO.lr own experience in I could chew it all smash'up and swallow it, ,t I .
office of f Commi .iouer of Pensions,"be exteude i p1it by the United Slates to the State ol Aloban.a ; h this matter so turn to i j
until no'inore to companionship with each remember the old! savin:*, Marry in ; hal you your fly
adapted you I before could tell what time the .
iurther and saidCommissioner the sum so found to be due to said State t ti paid I ,' you sun sets by
legislation by Congress ; out of any money in the Treasury not vthi.rwie other than are the lion and the lamb, and then I I.uste: and repent at leisure Think of that. good account. Elton's Almanac."
shall receive the same rate of compensation ap- ? ,
which was paid to him during the year propriated. I wisely expect that they will coalesce most t If you are very young, pray wait till you geta I Are you well married ? really weI married 'I He sets to work like juvenile engine .J, .
Sue. 2 .ind be itfur11ernacLed, That in ? Sit down both ofyou, and sing together steam .'
ending December thirl cigLtccu hundred and ascertaining lovingly few years olde. You need the ripest judgment his teeth if
.tnt the I heavy grinding as they wero .
amount of interest as aforesaid due to the old of few mtches.-
farty-eight. I have heard deal said at divers! for this business. The oh'do song happy
I a great possible 1
eyes mill-stones the dust but in.
the State of the rules flying, desperately
Approved January ID, 1S49. A1uma go You well afford to You of the
hal can are
times about the nnd of in the
sixteen things
ern : That .hal not be computed on any I ,. ordaining! leadings I tot tee : same. light as few who have got into sin. olmat. tent on earninggoodliritrg wages,though tho .
[No. 4.] AN ACT to supply deficiencies in the appropriations um which Alabama not expended for the use I l'rO denc,in connection with this mailer.It .- do the eyes ot twent.wrec or tour cevcn : way labor was decidedly: bad lit ing. With the vo.
for the and beuofit ol the United Slates, as e, by the j has been that Providence this uf life will rimoniul felicity. You arc of the very elect.Providence I
service of U.e fisral j ear ending iJenctd suggested may ii j or eight years: at period your j racily of a Bengal tiger, and pirit worthy ofa .
the thirtieth ol' June amount refunded or tepid to tIe, Stale cf Alabama ; has smiled, (I want to laughed, !
huhdicd andlorty.nine.
eighteen l.ty ordain the union,-no, I will not i wonderfully! especially if say i.
\i say improve your 'iliol better the to the of science
by the United State Second, lhat no inteiest hal' j cause matyr progress a.
You have
1 which ui i'ti-the' contact of opposite qualities in jmairiagc j look well about you. Get old enough tounderstand broadly laughed,) upon you. many a continued his 'I; \
paid on the .aid State you
sum on of Alabama wondering
Be it enacted the Senate and House of Hep- hl any smile and honest at home tasc. beyond expression .
pleasant good laugh
rttltati,1 of Unittd Stutts vf :, '' in I did not either ra)or lobe interest a: afore that thereby the greatest amount of your wants tolerably well. Study in his own mind, how many hands i .
Congress a'8tmlt'd, That the following sums be, l.id. good may be distributed. The learned shall ,I your own nature. What are your predominating I I'llarrant.. How I &Lout like to .drop in" or rather how many sets of teeth, it took to' .

fcnd the came are hereby ', appropriated to.upply deficiencies / Approted January 2G. lSfli.' I instruct the ignorant, the refined polish the i tastes* 1 (good ones of course.) What will some evening and spend an hour or two at I do the chewing of that tarnation big mill.* n ':

fiscal year in ending the appropriations: the thirtieth lor cf I the June bemce eighteen of the i [No C.] AN ACT to authorize tic i."uinl of a I rude, I ilie lLerl dispense the gains of (he | probably be your :\ocatiol in life ? What I your comfortable veil married fireside just for"the sake avis"of But it was in vain that the heavy jaws wag.. .

hundred and fortj-nine, out <-f am money in the legUtcr or enrolment to the ..I.iplli Tilt. covetous, (I might almost f a well add) I qualities in a vvifu will be likely to render you I seeing a couple-a rara ged and the sharpened teeth crushedthe (pile, ; .

irrasury nut otherwise appropriated,*namely : I He it en acted' by the Senate and H-msr of Ittfn esentativcsvfthe beauty reflect borne of its attractiveness uponI the most happy a years roil on ? Let these I iruly. I leave you, to your enjoyment., chewed rags did not seem to grow very fast : .
For contingent expense <.t! the General Land OfI I t'litc Statts ufJmetica in C'ongreifS time face ofu lness. This i is a very comfortable point be well looked to, rre you make your I "-------- ---- ---- ---- mind to add to the machine's Rising t feelings of t:
fice to cover a deficiency in apprCpratiol Jor paich. : cumbtJ. be issued under the di ) one to preach who finds choice. Perhaps I can: sum all in one n @ M I crowd
numt.the increase required satisfy locations i Secretary of the Treasury a registeror oet up I -- -- --- -- : ----- indignation a began 'to gather round to ;
being much greater than \\as estimated, lour enrolment! fcr.lht ship Annie Til.! fcrrnerlv a I l/imself badly mated. Men love to throw word. Get a companion,-one who will en. A WILD BLAST FIGHT T OUDE. witness the singular spectacle ofa human op. ;

], thoulndolar; Bltllh tessel l called the Kestrel, now owned by their bins upon the shoulders of Providence if j ter heart and soul into your pursuits who position to the rag breakers, shaking tho .

Fortonlingent epcnsesofthpofCetthe Register Asa F. Tilt, a citizen of the State of Florida ; Dtid i they can, or on circumstances!, or even on the i has the power to do so, the disposition: to do We were conducted to a gallery which whole building from another d ptment. .
of the an arcount I which siiidcssel, having Lt,1 wrecked the : devil himself. is an of whom trust to do so, who can read "
rintingand binding blank book 1 for the entry of i Florida I icef, and condemned and sold, was purchased I I easy way getting so, you can commanded a view ofa narrow court or arena What in darnation are you gapin at ?
the col ctot'quarterI returns t he ommtl ce and I I by him, and which he has caused to be repaired over a piece (egregious folly. No, no, \ with you if you read, study with you if you beneath, enclosed by walls and palisades.This .- at last exclaimed the rag chewer through a

navigation ol their evctal diitucte, nine hundred and I lefitttd (or sea again : Provided, It shall be pro I friend, just blame your own precipitancy or i study, who shall possess a full sympathy with II III was the area in which the spectacle was mouthful ot rags in a state of mastication.- .

and cventy-five dollar ; I I I \'e to satisfaction of the Secetarv$ of the Treasury thougiiticssnebs, and let Providence go clear. I I you in most or in all things who can minister to take phce. Unfortunately! the place allot Dr.lt'] Je,tbar's fly rag] spin machines like .
For salary of t the governor and superintendent of that the cost of repairing and refitting said As fur moulded and refined of
Indian affairs of from I ship crcumstanccs. very likely you I to the higher more wants your I ted to spectators was so narrowed by the 'me all in a bunch-why you go up and .
Territory the United
Oregon eighteenth States after' purchase l by the I '
August, eighteen 'hundred and lorly-eight, to thir.1 I owner exceeds three.fourths of the oiiginal: present cost (,f them fcuhjour own views and to gratify :, nature, and who will bo likely to stir you up I great number European ladies who were see them /"

tieth of June, eighteen hundred and fOI building vessel of the same tonnage in the your own passions. As for Satan, ho has to noble endeavors. A doll or a }baby cannot II present, that we could only find indifferent The crowd looked very much delighted. .
tnitcdStates. .
three thousand dollars per annum, per act 'fourteenth sins enough of his own to bear, and i is a do this. A woman: D high-minded, strong- standing room, where, in addition to this inconvenience and expressed themselves highly pleased with .

August, eighteen hundred and foil t}. iht,two t thousand Approved February 1, 1549.No. shame to treat even the devil unjustly. I do I minded, cultivated, whole-souled woman, is I II the glare of the sun was very his performance. '

six hundred and eight dolan and sevezity4ourcents not believe that Providence intended to alone capable of it. You need a mind that felt but the drama which that
; [ ".] AN ACT for the relief the forward of. you I oppressively ; beganto I know I can't go It like them fellersup ,
Fot salaries of the chief justice anJ two associate ftcers of the late exploring expedition. have an}other than one oflhe best of wives.Hear I will travel with your own. So shall you havea be acted in our sight, in the deep space be stairs, for my grindeis ain't used to it; besides f

judges of Oregon Territory, at two thoukand dolar Beit enacted by the Senate and House of Jtfpretentativcs : A prudent (or good) wife is from companion. There are wives and husbands I low, was such that every discomfort was fbr- I don't believe horse blankets is good f". ,

1 each per annum, from fourteenth August, eighteen of tfie United Stales of America in the Lord." You see Scripture is plainly who yet arc not companions.: It would be a in beholding it. We there beheld six to start on ; but I tell you, strangers, when i I.

I hundred hundred and and foJY-fibt. to thirtieth June five,thousandtwo eighteen Congress asstmlled. That the proper accounting gainst you. If your wife be not a good one sad thing to feel that in the highest and most gotton mighty buffaloes, not oflhe tame species, but comes to vital ortebacker, I'm thar.'* : r
I forty-nineper same act, officers ofihe I Treasury Department be authoiized
: hundred and ixiyix dollars and t went.niue and directed, in the settlements of (he accounts ol i. e., adapted toyour nature and circumstances, delightful walks of life,.in the regions of taste, the sturdy offspring of the Armi-butfdlo of the I The began to rise, and with it the rap

I cents ; the forward officers of he late exploring expedition I I you cannot regard her as sent to you from God, intellectual beauty, you are, though married, hilly country, at least four feet and a half high i chewer's indignation. ** See here stranger," I

For salary of the secretary (I Oregon Territory, under the command of CharlesVikes! esquire, to except as a punishment for your ain;. Had alane-aU alone,-your house well taken from the ground to the withers, with enormous, i io bellowed, spitting out his last attempt, and '

tight from fourteenth to thirtieth August June,eighteen eighteen hundred hundred and and forty.. 1 dollars allow them annum.the extra, credited pay of to two said hundred officers and
nine, at fifteen hundred doafer annum, per fOil.sme pa per rendered on the arrival of said expedition found one just adapted to you. If there has' well got up, but in the highest, best pleasuresoflift.alone. they stood on their short clumsy hoofs ; and, -''blamed to blamnation, if I'm going

act, one thousand three .hundred and sixteen dollars: : in -rol. States, agreeably to the direction ol been any leading ol Providence in the case, Alas for thec Look well snorting violently}., blew out their angry breath to: sit and he laughed at in this ere way-if .., .

und fifty-eight; cents; i said commander.SEC. \'rf likely you took the lead youself This then to this business. from their protruded muzzles as it'they were you don't put me up stairs among the rest ot* ;

For salaries of district attorney and marshal of Or. I 2. .'nd bt it further enacted That the accounting sort}of leading of Providence is rlfo: in the Do not be afraid of a woman possessed of a already aware of the nearly approaching dan 'em, I won't chew up another blanket,darned '
from (fourteenth August, officers of be and
the ,
egoni.Teritor. eighteen I Treasury they are world. mind. Do the vul- I What ( brutes What if I do !"
., to thirtieth June, eighteen hereby, authorized and directed, in the settlement of wel cultivated not adopt ger. t terribly powerful ..
hundred and 'oll.-nine fort..lght at two hundred do.Janeach* the accounts ol Lieutenant Cadrvalladcr Rin gold, I shall now address myself particularly to gar error supposing that such women must ,! vast strength in their broad and brawny necks What !" exclaimed the employer, with a

per annum, sme ,three huudied and fifty-one late commanding the United States brig Porpoise,attached ihe unmarried, and more especially, to the needs be very unfit for the care ofa household, I I would have been a noble sight bad not their sober face, and very indignantly, is that all .

j dollar and eight cents ; to the exploring expedition, to allow and men. I bhal not say with St. Paul, .Seek -must know very little of" domestic affairs," eyes all the while expressed such entire stu. you've got chewed up ? And wet, too, by I

t the For the appropriation of this sum, (catried to. credit '.ir in the extra pay for scientific duties, at not a I suppose you to be thinking a- -that indeed all this must as a matter ofcourse pidity. A rattling of sticks and the cries of thunder Get .1 of this-you'll never do ;
surplus fund,) being for the purchase of agricultural the rate ol one thousand dollars per annum, and upon S
implements, rattle, and ul hanicB' tools, for the principle applied to the account* of Lieutenant bout the matter,-perchance to be a" feel be sacrificed, if intellectual cultivation exists several kind bestial voices were beard, 'to for this business in the world. There's a

the Ottawa and Chippcuas,kliputatcd in the fourth W. L. Huf.son, then commndinJ the United States er." Yet would say,seek not unless thou seek- 10 any extent. I do not believe i... It is a I which the buffaloes replied with a deep tellowin" blanket ruined to all eternity, (too ; for you're .

clause of the fourleenth art ide of the! treat) of twenty Sloop Peacock, atached IeditICI. est rightly. Iiell| thee, friend, it is the most important hul slander on the sex. You will I On a sudden from an open side door. wet every mouthful, and how can we make ; .

eighth March, eighteen hundted and thiriy- ix, five I APlrae Fcbiuaty 1, 1649. of thy life, as thou rnayest hereafter find. find that those women who possess generly there darted forth a. huge tiger, certainly from dry paper out of wet rags Come, move yourself :I
thousand en cents ;lour hundred and six dollars forl..lc\ i [ ] AN ACT making- appropriations for the Pause therefore and consider a little. Think cultivated minds, arc the best managers at ten to eleven feet in length and four feet in in a hurry."'

I For payment of services of blacksmith and striker :0.8 tuppurt of the Military Academy, for (he year ending what thou thouldst love most, and what thou home. I admit exceptions. They do,however height. Without much hesitation he sprang The victim did not wait a second invitation, ,. .

of the Choctaws, rendered alter the treaty provisionhad the thirtieth ol,June, one thousand eight wit be most likely to love the longebt. Be. but prove the rule. And why should it not with a single long bound right amidst the buffaloes but went off in all speed for fear he should '

expired limitationand before he was notified hundred and fifty. me, you can love just as deeply, and far be BO 1 Tht best disciplined and most highly and winding bis body out of the reach be called up to pay for the blanket, fully determined S fj $ *X
thereof and 'for coal furnished the shop during the Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives if and horns ho seized of theme hereafter "Ilf/
more safely, your ica&on judgment have polished mind, one might naturally suppose, oflhe formidable one to stick to his lawful bus!
came time, one hundred and lift-six dollars andiHruety.eighl of the United States of4nn'sca in
cent ; Congress .1teinblrd. That 'the 'following, sums be I considerable to say_ in connection with this \would apply itself with great advantage to the I I by the neck with both of his claws and leethat ness, and let paper mills! alone. .

I I For expenses of an agent in taking the census of .. and the same are heieby)', appropriated out of any business. I go for love of the deepest t, btron. management domestic affairs. So I am persuaded once. The weight of tho tiger almost over.
i 1 the Noith Carolina Chcrokees, under the fourth section : money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, gest and most lasting kind, and I am,sure .-it.will be found notwithstanding thp threw the buffalo. A hideous combat now A deacon not remarkakle! for good eyesight 4

. of the act of twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred for the support of the Military Academy 'lor the)year that reason is no enemy to this. If you EN fie r sneers and old : about blue' took place. Groaning and bellowing the once in giving out a psalm for the congregation 4.
andforty-eightfour hundred ; ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight \ stoc'ings. to sing, when he came to the lines '
dolar be blinded show and buffalo his powerful assailant and :
For continuing the collecting of hundred and fifty : yourself by mere glitter literary ladies, .domestic, dragged up ..
such statistics and material* may illustrate digesting the For pay of officers, instructors, cndets, and musicians and are at the same time led by blind Cupid ties," and all that. Some people' ideas of down the arena ; while! the others, with their The eastern sages shall" come in ';I1 4

history, the present condition,a and 'future procpect seventy-nine thousand seven hundred and six you, at least, will bn likely to fall into demestic duties seem to be entirely circumscribed heavy, pointed horns, dealt the tiger farful With messages ol grace, r .

wfthe Indian tribes oi the Uniled State*, five thou. ty.four dollar ; the ditch." I have known those who have re. by the walls of their kitchen- Such, gashes to liberate their felo\v.beast. deep put the audience in a roar of laughter by reading J

sand For dollar re.appropriation* ; of his carried to the hundred For commutation dollars of subsistence, five thousand six giettcd that in tie choice of D wife, they must surely think that the "chief end of man," stillness reigned amongst public ; all the in a loud voice :
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sum, (
led to much by passion and so little feed clothe and sleep well, or that wo. awaited \\'ith.eager the The eastern stages shall cotne ia t
surplus fund) for pay, subsistence, and clothing of For forage for officers' horses, two 'thousand four were by is to spectators "
.the company of cappers, miner and pontnniern, and hundred and ninety-six dolan. and all professors rfDof or, were so thoughtel in a matter of I man was designed to be the servant of manu' issue of the contest between the tiger and the With sausages and cheese.

for carrying out the other purpose of t the act ol May shall entitled to the tmc ; of forage which ,. importance.; Many, very many, bo- lower; appetites, and not a companion for bis buffaloes ; as well as the fate of some unfor. A Curious Conjunction.-The Albany Eve. ;

fifteeneighteen hundred and 'lorty-six.twenty-three t 1 i allowed 'to officer of the rink to which their rank stow fa more pains in the choice of a house, : whole being. And has she indeed no higher tunate asses ; which latter, to increase the i ning Journal-The Metropolitan organ ofN." .J .
ty ;two hundred and fifty-uine dolan and (or. i i. For assimilated clothing; (or officerfc servants, four hundred a horse, or even a dress, than in the selection mission than this ? Is this the help" de. sport, being made perforce witnesses of the York Whipgery-hopes much from Mr. Claj's _

cent the Clerk of the House to 'furnish to and twenty dollars; of a wife of a husband. The house must be signed by Providence a" meet" for man ?- sanguinary action, ,at first looking down up.on return to the Senate. It says-" He comes j

members of the House the book authorized by the For repairs fuel, apparatus, forage for pubic hor. carefully examined, the good points of the Is this your view of the matter ? Go live in it from their poles with inexpressible horror back to the Senate to unite with other %Whig '

'CSilutjofl' of. the eeventh of August, eighteen bun. ses and oxen,stationery,printing,arid. horse well looked after, and the dress turned Turkey, friend. Turn TUlk. Youshallhave and afterwards, when their supports were in sustaining Gen. Taylor's administration,

I 1. .a,"r f". ,v"tt'!. '''" :evt f.rr,tv_ ',t"-hO'UiI', 'f dol r' 'a'1''a-(? rrjntjCflt'. Eit "t expenses COt r' \ S !usV ,>ver arc' 0' rr bat: t companion fo: 11%, the a & soulless won for tri world and a ho.. zh.la bv ths. builinof th'e! buffaloes. fs!.! t tc unt? i Is tyWduigl.s rzzse pfffssi.n I

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INCIDENTS IN A DAY'S EXCURSION, a manner that her face was out of +raler.- [ THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL, and interesting collision We last week devoted a paragraph to Ihisgentleman. It.is perhaps 'generalfyJcnoVn t'ett 1 sc.}
r 44 He has most exciting that
her, and she is saved" !I" for
AN; ENGLISH :$! ETCH. Down went the steps, and on them stood a i A. I:. MAXtVELt: kR..B: It14T0Y;' ''ofi i intellect+which as lately occurred Con. Since that, the have seen notices number of year the judiciary of a

couple of active sailors, encouraging the brave EDITORS AJTD FROMltETOm. ,tees, took place on the 24th February between of a speech made }by him in the lou! e of has been elected by the popular \oic Mississippi. The]

One day last/ Summer I look my place I in a dog by shouts and gestures, and ready to' receivc Messrs. Calhoun and Webster on the Representatives, which doubtless far lurpas- highest testimony has been borne,
Grave steamer, and found considerable his. precious burden when he should approach Saturday, March 10, 1849. |question. Whether the Constitution of ihe United !- led in force and eloquence( anything which ; eminent citizens of that State, in behalf most
the various characfers. them. of f
amusement in watching i territories of the Uni. has been heard for years in that Such : working of this the
States extends to tbe lal.
Two persons in particular attracted Slowly he came on, wistfully eyeing the From Washington., sstem--testimnn y deduced
my notice : one was a middle-aged gentle. steps, and now and then looking up at his master The two Houses of adjourned at led States ; or, in the words of Mr. Webster, i notices a(those which folloxr, carry back the from the character and qualifications of tbd

man, Rout. rather surly taciturn, who paid who was leaning over tho side, encouraging Congress Whcther a Territory, when it remains in a mind lo the time when crowds.about Wash. judges themselves. And the ''
him with his ell known ,'oice.I. clock on the morning of the -ith,after,an people Iot..
no attention lo any living being on board, ex.ccpla ++ territorial is of the United States. ngton hung in breathless admiration on the da have been advised of the
a :
part ftct
huge Newfoundland dog, that was pan. 4 Here you are !" cried the sailors seizingthe I exciting sesthn of SO hours. Every measure :-in ati s'.ec.-
ting or lolling out bis tongue, roaming$ among little girl.. She was handed from one to brought forward in either House f for the establishment The' discussion was short, in good temper, but oratory of John Randolph, Watkins Leigh, to the argument that the Bench would be fit.
and last .itcd in she of A remark of :\1 1r. and 1'. P. Barbour-gifted sons of the Old! led by partlsans
another single the
the passengers, shoring them out of his way ai drpo arms : of a government in California: has masterly ability. were selection'left to the
or frightening children suddenly covering an active looking gentleman, whom everyone extending: Calhoun seems to us well,nigh decisive of the Dominion. Not that she has been of late people-that in wbn that a {
I failed. The House Bill atr'Rere.lava Mississippi .,
their faces with one lick of his great tongue seemed instinctively lo recognize as a '' point at issue. It]t is, If the Constitution docs years'unworthily represented in the Halls ofbngress. Democratic by taut'was
and him carried below nue over that was passed./ 1'he an
and convincing nervous ladies that he was fcurgeon, by country ovcrxthelmfng ng major?'
go. Hunter and Preston and Bedin-
extend to the 'erritoi its Congress has no Judge
ing mad, by the vigor; with which he stuck out 44 Now coma up, that's a brave fellow," Senate on the last night was diAgraceda not ly Sharkey, a wel known Wblg/wa

hiM legs, while rolling upon the deck. His said tho sailor, retreating to make way !for Lion personal rencontre between Messrs. Foote right lo legislate there." But it may be said ger, and Bailey, to say nothing of others, have easily elected to a seat on the Supreme Bencb',

master eyed these pranks with a sly mule, and to climb the steps. Hut the poor creature and Cameron-the first in is history ; and that the Constitution gives to Congress ex. talents which would do bonor to any State. i We now refer to this mat r, to which

teemed quietly) to enjoy the terrors occasion.ed whined piteously, and after one or two fruit. to "make all needful rules or Of:Mr. :McDoxvell's\ speech a writer in the shall have occasion xvtf
less raise himself the House by a similar seem between Mesrs. ?. press power frequently!, to refer hereafter
to of the -
by the antics of his burly friend. The( oth. I attempts out water, I Union M. C. ,
I the of the United probably an says :
regulations respecting territory to
er person whom I especially noticed was avery ho remained quite passive. Johnson and Ficklin. an eitract from a letter-,0
pretty and wcll-dressed lady. Young la. 44 Help him-help him He is exhausted !'' Telegraphic despatch for the Charles States." But how can the Constitution To-day[ the House went into Committee which appeared in the fast Delta :

ly the would no doubt l 'have. been called, but cried his mister-fighting;; his way throughthe give to Congress power over that to which the of the Whole on the state of the Union on the CITy OF JACKSON
:\ under Narch Feb.20,1649.
ton date of 4th
Mercury, givesthe post office appropriation bill, and Mr. Turner .
that she had with her a little girl, about se.v. crowd, to go to the rescue of his favorite. Constitution itself does not extend ? And if Messrs. Editors
en years old, who called 'her mamma. She By the time, however, he had reached the top following names as consuming Gen. Tai having made a speech against the southern and : The High Court of Er.

was evidently possessed of nerves; indeed she ;. of the ladder, the sailors had perceived tho i lor's Cabinet. We have Huh! doubt that it as Mr. Webster contends, Ihe Territories be address, the floor was taken by GOT. McDoxv) tat rors of Appeal now in session at tbe Carpi--

seemed to be possessed by them, and their i condition of the dog and with some difficulty I is correct : not a part of the United Slates, how can theUnited ell, for a speech upon I Ihe'question of 1 State and i is a most learned, dignified

name was legion. Endless! were the pretty dragged him from the water. With their assistance States Legislate for them ?-by what government for California. At the conclu- independent Bench of Judges, whose lay

annoyances in which they involved her. But he crawled feebly! up, and languidly Mr.I CLAYTO.V, of Del., Sec State, right does the United States claim authority sion of his hour, the !House, with one accord, lotions criticism decisions \i stand the scrutiny,of Ie'.

her keenest ufferings i.ii the small way' were licked his master's hand, and stretched! himself :MEREDITH, of Pa., Sec. Treasury. them ?-and under what would the I called on him to proceed, and be continued to gal views and action of time upon human
over plea while the
caused by the unwieldy gambols of Lion, the on the deck.It 44 CRA+y FORD, of Ga., Sec.lVar, occupy the attention of the committee for of the ; incorruptible integrity
Ncxvfoundlan dog ; and her incessant and would be difficult to tell which received PKKSTON of Va. United States resist any other power xvhichmight three fourths of an hour longer, in delivering Bench is a refutation of that opinion so"
tho attention-the : Sec. Nary, be interfere with them the most and effective derogatory; to the character American citizens .
purile exclamations of terror, indignation and moM little girl under the disposed to ? perhaps eloquent speech
pile against the good-natured brute, kept up hand of the surgeon and all the women who 44 EXVING, of Ohio, P. M. General, But it would seem that this question has ever delivered in the Representative Gall that Judges, elected directly by popular

the &Iy; malicious smile upon the lips of his had squeezed themselves into the cabin under 44 JOHNSON, ot-Maryand t :\ : Ally. General been engaging the attention of others than tho Many members were in tears, and among suffrage, will be lest just and independent irf

apparently tinnoticing master. The little the firm conviction that they were exceeding The Home Department, recently establish them the Speaker of the House, (Mr. Win- their decisions than those appointed by a State
the had the increased I ly useful-or the noble from the !;real dialecticians and constitutional laxvyersal throp,) than during the of Executive, or elected by the Legislative brad i
girl, on contrary to a- : dug, rough butkind cd, is to be filled! by John Davis, of Mass., o r more once delivery li
Jarm of the weak mother, made friends xxilb attentions of the steamer's men, under! Wasbington.'e find the following in i his speech. For a quarter of an hour after cbes of a State Government. The Chief Jus- l!!

the monster and for a long time amused herself the superintendence of his master. some; other New Englander. the Charleston: Mercury : he had concluded, so great was the sensation tice of the Bench, Judge Sharkey, is a legal J

by throwing bits of biscuit for him catch, Hath the invalids were convalescent, and The Charleston Courier RUVS: : LOOSING TIm GORDIAN KNOT*. in the hall that no business was done. Thmmittee e g iant.J He has been so Jon;,on the seat of z

which feat, notwithstanding the incorrectnessof !! Lion was sitting up, receiving with quiet dig. Tbe result ofthc rejection pf all prqp si. It would appear from the following, that Gen. ?? then rose ; but, on motion, the Justice, that law and equity are as natural to

her aim he managed to accomplish, by In'\. oily the caressvsof his friends, when Adeline's lions in reference to California, will leave Smith, with loldicr-like brevity, has solved h|House went again into committee, and Mr. him as tbe breath be draws ; and he has had 6,

king a boisterous plunge to one side or, the mother came running up Mains, and throwing Gen. Persifor I F. Sniiih Governor, and it is I the problem which seems so puzzling to Putnam made a speech; The members went (the strength of mind to break away from tho 1

other ; and when at last she timidly offered 'herself upon her knees before' him, and clasping understood that Gen. Taylor will assume the of the politicians at Washington: : as to whether some to dinner at three, with the understanding thatthere I legal: fictions and bewildering sophisms, ?jy !
him a piece out of her hand, and he acknoxvl- I I him affectionately in her arms, laid her responslbilityofvetaining him in that positions the Constitution of tho United States would he speeches made for Buncombe which English jurists seek to justify and apologize i

edged the compliment by licking her fice cheeks upon his rough head and wept. leaving that territory under a semi-mili,. to our Territories : extends until a late hour to-night. for the vested rigbts hereditary priril- i

and rubbing his side against her, until hn almost He's u dirty animal, madam," said the govemment." I never in my life heard such a speech as ages, and inequalities condition. so rife in !

pushed her down.tho little creature fairly! I gentleman, who could not 'forget her former In the Senate the 2d inst. after PANAMA, Jan. 19, 1819. that of Governor McDoxvell. I will not at. that land of most oppressive aristocracy. 1
tcrcptned witbdeligbt. Her mother screamed j'blighting remarks. .* He'll make on some '1'011r. NKLSON: : U. S. Consul at Panama Judge Clayton is minded
: your pelisse unimportant !business the Vice: )President : tempt to describe it. :Mr. -, a whig member pure- most conscientious
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too, but in one of the small, ] ', in such a state Besides he may be mad !" I 1 o'clock, rose, and in ,. and at Sir-the J laws of the United States inflict remarked to me at its ccnclusion, whet sincere, mild and gentlemanly in
an eloquent
in which she fond of hJstrrictI'l She cast her very th e penalty of fine and imp ionllleut his intellectual and social
screams was up eyes with an expression of appropriate address of considerable I on ire s his face was still wet with tears, on efforts and relation .

and was followed by an outburst of anger at meek reproach. They were very fine cJrs.1 stated that the close of his official term length, {passers on the public lands. As nothing can to get the floor : \\'el seengatempt ?.

Lion's audacity. I and think }he, felt it, for his features softened near at hand, custom required that he should being he more unreasonable or unjust than the con xvhould have thought that a man Imtrt enough Jadgc Thacker has 3 refue jcaofarfi&e-,

Good gracious !" the exclaimed if that t i immediate!)'. withdraw from the Senate, to enable them t [ duel pursued by persons not citizens of theo United to get to Congress, is fool enough} to critical cast of mind. young lawyer and

horrid creature should bo mad, he'll have I Oh, pray, pray, give bun to mc !" s>hecarneMly appoint a temporary: president. States, who aro !flocking from all partsto want to follow such a speech as that just de jurist in the country has had better opportunities

killed my child How dirty he is, too !- I entreated. He returned his thanks lo all, for their efforts search! for and carry) off gold from the lands livered !' ( for mental culture and legal acquisition

Ixjok at your pelisse, Adeline'! ; see what a Give Lion to your'" he cxcl.iimcd, in de to lighten the burthen of his office belonging to the United States in California ; The correspondent of the Charleston Courier I or improved them better than ibis accompJsh.
Mote. it is in How dare you play with that' rision.to Why, what would you do with him ? and the uniform kindness and } and as such conduct is in direct violation of laxx', ed scion of one cube oldest familes
courtesy! which is less in his Ne
I will tell You'd and it will become scarcely rapturous praises : i
animal you. pet pamper the they had manifested: toward him. He bore my immediately on my ar- England family which produced S
This transition from hdrophobia to a soiled poor beast till he was eaten up by disease, testimony, from an experience of rixal.there, to put these laws in force, and to 44 A glorious speech in favor. of Union and many distinguished judges, that tho !(

dress, was too much for Lion's master, and and as nervous as a fine lady. No, no ; )"ou'J'' lo the and dignified deportment manyyears xvhich}: !prevent these infraction in t future, by punishing harmony, and against Northern aggression or annals might well bear the name hOtselod.1e .

he !burst into a loud laugh. belter give little Adeline to me. Lion and I had characterised grave its { and with the penalties proxided by law, those Southern ultraism, was made lo-day in the entb book of the Old: Testament.
I i proceedings!!, to the Alf&ougb
44 1 xx-Uh, sir," said the lady, snappishly: could"take much better care of her than you frank! liberal and courteous demeanor which who offend. [House by Governor McDowel of Virginia.It distinguished for hw black-letter law ,

that you would call away that nasty Jog, can. had marked their private intercourse He As these laws arc probably not known lo held the [House IJrlathles altcntioId n. him has that acquaintance with life. with men,

instead of setting him on to annoy every body Perhaps so, sir,"she replied, with the gentle had been called upon, he said, during his official many xxho are starting to California, it you The lofty and gentlemanlike manner of GOT- I manner and things, which enables him }(

who is not accustomed to have such dirty animals manner that had come over her since the term, to exercise the right due lo him he well, to make it publicly known that there root llcDo\el his mtlo\ voice, and his ,I detect motive almost at a glance,and to follow

: about them." accident ; but still I cannot spare her. She j I under| the constitution, and the: duty imposed arc such laws existence, and that they wi 11t tones pathos, were enchanting rifct.le t. (t the tortuous thread of evidence through the

The gentleman said nothing, but bowed is my only child and' I am a widow." !I upon him by an rule ofthe Senate J be in future enforced against all persons, )t I drew tears to tbe eyes of many are i I mysterious labyrinths: of clouded and interested

and walked forward ; and I soon"afier saw 4* I must! go," muttered the gentleman I lo ,that j, of voting::: on, express questions where the Senate- citizens of the United Slates who shall commit to the melting mood. When the i minds to the triumphant demonstration

him enjoying a cigar, while Linn played the himsolf. 4 Whew !-Has not the immortal gas equally dh'hJed-not less than any trespass on the lands! : of the United Chairman's hammer announced that the hour, immortal trutb.I.OtII o

agreeable, in his own rough fashion, to people ITW/erasMired us that one widow is equal' to j!I times.He. thirty' States in California. was out,the House, unwilling to be disenchant t

who knew ho A* to read the expression of his txvcnty.five ordinary women ? It's not safe- was not conscious in Your position as Consul here, being; in con ed, impatiently! and wit}. one accord, insisted .\ JUDGES.: -_Tbe New Orleans!
I a single instance
honest and intelligent physiognomy.Little morally" safe-to be in the same boat with [ of having faltered in the performance of hdutyof is, muniqation with our Consuls on the coast of upon his proceeding compliment xvhich t the! papers show a considerable stir in that city
Adeline, deprived of the attraction her. I South America, affords the of [House bestowed before in
voting as he conceived to be in harmony you opportunity never upon any one, reference t"IIe conduct of_ their '
which had fixed her attention the He] walked But who wrestle] making this known must and I ore o
to inside of away. can I with the views and interests of thewhole generally, wi except John Quincy Adams, and then in regard Judges. His Honor
the boat, began to see amusement in watching against fate ? When the boat returned I to: ; In conclusion he said be much oLlgedlo you i you will do it. to the Oregon question, in which Jr. A. Judge McIIenry, it

the foaming water, as it rushed from t the London Bridge, I saw him carrying Adelineashore with a people.draft on their general that' With lincere respect, your obedient servant, had a deep personal feeling. L.l seems, sent bis Clerk to jail because he would!

paddle-wheels, and danced in long lines behind I and the pretty widow !leaning on his forget the errors which:; he indulgence have committed to. PCRSIFKR!! I F. SMITH, The House is opposed, and the Senate l U not pay over moneys to one of several attachment

them. She 1 knelt on a bhaxxl which a arm. They had a long conversation all the' be should bear with }him may into retirement Br.} Major: ) General U. S. A., hostile to the project which Mr. IDel I creditors! to the exclusion of the mf, as
fellow-passenger had lent, as a cushion for way home And when he had them into a Commanding Pacific I advocates
> put recollection of their kindness Di'ilSion. j to wit : the admission of I directed by the Court-it
her little knees, and leaned quietly over the I the cab, they had another chat through the grateful that an The American emigrants to en: and Nexv Mexico as States ; bur, nevertheless i so happening that
ardent wish their efforts
tide, watching the roaring water ; so 1 her, window, terminating with a promise to "cu e I,:! public welfare be rewarded to promote with thai the t tm at [Panama, held a meeting (there to consider his solemn warnings against rash and exclusive i His Honor's preferred creditor vas his own

mother was for a time relieved from the thousand 'arly." I which might should follow this! proclamation, and the resul was a ful counsels will not be unheeded. brother. The Supreme Court was applied to-

mosquito-winged, vexations which had What could all this mean ? He looked af-( approbation an exerciseofthc endorsement and approval ( by them, at to release the Clerk from priscn, but that tri
and with
hitherto beset her. ter the cab till it out of purest patriotism, a long !life i the prediction that General Smith
was sight. of and would con "Gor*. Mosely, it seems, refuses to bunal declined jurisdiction of Ihe
IYe were within a few miles jr.ivct.onil.(J 441 I think ho has got rid of her nerves," I he happiness prosperity.When fer great benefits on California I) his energetic the thus elected, (Secretary rrcog.nize Of mater ; and?
he had concluded person t
Mr. Benton hereupon
) application made
The tide +vas: Just' at the full, and the broad expanse : observed to himself.: What a charming: I':; rose conduct. State) upon the ground that his, (Gov. 11.'a) was to Judge-
and remarked that his
of the river lay around us in all its majesty : creature bbc j is without them !f" I i 11' R. Atchison, had as heretofore colleague been, the Hon.David appointment extends through the whore four Canon, who being less scrupulous, let the offending !:
; and to those who have never beheld ii i I'I the Senate under EMANCIPATION I:; KI.n'CK\-.\ucla has .years \bleb )Ir. Archer had to serve !l'f functionary out. Judge )Ic., not dU-
Ball < presido over similar cir. .
the Hudson Opening a with 1're; c r.-=There is !
Thames is rmjcstic or ;:Mississippi aye, and if, wo old place Father i in considerable excitement in the!village of Eat,I. i I cumstances, he would mo'c.lt.at.: without a formal been said of late in regard to the prospect of I Pelsacola Gazele.'Y1en posed| to submit to such interference, sent him

the balance: the historic, political and commcr.rial hatnplon on the subject of dancing. The ballot, he be now appointed President pro emancipation in Kentucky. Very many have the Pensacola Gazette learns more back again, and he was nga released by

importance: of the transactions of which minister. of the place has preached against the. I tern of the Senate, and the motion was unanimously even thought the approaching State Conven. of the facts than the above statement, or rather he; other Judge. At this point, as xve under.

his broad breast is, and hag been the highway, practice from the pulpit, and a ball having!i' J agreed lo.; lion would determine on some plan for the accomplishment mis-statement, gives its coarse abuse of the stand the accounts, the sec-sa++ing stopped.
been Mr.\ Atchison, in taking the chair returned
time-bonored announced by its devotees, he asked and ,
our river will not lose in dignity' I of thai The Governor will be The Delta, a neutral in
even when compared with those obtained the privilege\ of opening it with his heartfelt! thanks for the repeated honors: : purpose. follow' probably more hurtful than paper, noticing
of the West. giant: prayer.: This( was accordingly dune on> !j which the Senate had conferred upon him.He .- ing Resolution introduced into the House of at present. And when it learns more of the these proceedings, rather to Judge McIIonry's

Such thoughts as these however I Wednesday evening last. when Ihe dance. took(> l would only say, as he had said when first Ueprebcntativcs of that State, and unanimously constitution and laxvs than is implied in t the discredit, takes occasion lu speak as follow

trouble Adclina's: pretty head, which, did began not, p lace. After the prayer, the festivities commenced called to that position, that he would. endear passed, would seem to indicate that t the I. following declaration, its outburst of passion as to the mode of electing Judges : I
to his
and discharge duty
I could sec, to grow giddy with the continual live l theie was proceeded a similar with occurrence spirit. in We Long.be i Mr. Webster then rose and said, that they hopes of the hopeful and the fears of the tint id. w ill not so entirely destroy the weight of its In dismissing and that tbs subject from our consideration

whirl beneath her. A large seaweed i that i meadow had: just witnessed the retirement from 1 ire alike ufondt. authority, as. in this. instance it will doubtless! : our readers, we must emluace .
many -Springfield Repub' the
years ago. occasion of
dashed from Gof
was : the paddle.weel caught her !ican.New. chair of the Senate, ofthe( Vice President Resolrcd, That we the Representatives of do : tion in expressing our satisfac;

attention. It sank, then rose, turned aroundin Senatorial the United States, who bad presided over their the people of Kentucky, are opposed to 44 We hold that it vas for heat observing how strongly public opinion
a short eddy, and then darted out in the 1'yranlly.-The bill which had. tion aLoJ. competent I is settling down in fa\o of the election of
long wake that was left behind the steam cr. ,i.been adopted by the popular branch of l the I deliberations during the past constitutional period or emancipation of Slavery in any rm General Assembly! to turn out Mr. Archer ofar ur judges by the people. It is the only safes
of four It him whatever
York years. gave great pleasure or shape except now provided time, by simply electing another in his
She.leaned forward to watch its far. Legislature, intending to exempttho a any mode of selecting these important public offi.cers. .
progress to perform a duty which he had risen to by the constitution and laws of the State. stead."
thcr still her neck t natural patrimony of a man from the I The interest which the
was stretched-the 1 lost grasp j people feel In
her balance, and toppled over into the roar. of avaricious creditors, and to prevent wi'esand j discharge propriato to that the of occasion.offering iho This resolution resolution ap- It is not denied thai there has been in h Y., In other words, lithe constitution says he choosing goo and competent men, and their

ing flood. In a moment all was confusion sisters from being thrust' into the streets a strong current of sentiment running towards continue in office the sagacity appreciating true merit,
and I was that the t thanks of the Senate are due,and Ishal during term of wi ge;
fiboard. Men highways, by the recklessness of fathers abolition But the tally bench the
were shouting for and l movements of northern fa. best
ropes and husbands, defeated are hereby tendered, to George M.\ Dallas! four years, it means that the General Assembly "
boats was i in the Senate efficient
to stop the steamer ; cries of" a child on Vice President of tho United naticism, is have judges.
States most
for the ,
overboard !" who can swim ?7" and athousand Tuesday last, by a vote of 15 to 12. Do not i allcdgcd eft'tualy I i may turn him out" whenever it chooses! So, there is the
ability and impartiality with which ho has checked its same tendency to widen t the
other cries and questionings but above despair, friends of humanity, in the Empire course. II I Who will say that the author of this view has
; State. discharged the duties of President of(the Senate range popular privileges in Louisiana, that
all, were tho mother's heart try-try-try-until! success is won. not right to abuse whom be
too poor -rendishrieks 'g Truth struck to earth must rise during his official term. The resoluion ] The New Orleans Bee, referring to the a pleases ? there is in this State. Here, however, it has
painfully in earnest now ; and the aain. was unanimously adopted. declaration of Mr. Foote in the Senate, t thatthe We will not take the trouble to correct ihoGazelle's ,
alone, fond, instinctive devotion Bait. Argus. been strengthened, and mainly created
of maternal by the
President elect was in favor of the mistakes of fact because
love that even should she reach her child she ();7-Atr American bowling saloon has beenopent'd we are .. scenes which have been enacted in the
From the anon of Cuba that 4 Ir. Foote knows Leas
Tclr Kt.lia
rapJit Match 6. be misled
could says sure no one can them
sink by
with so
only her endeavoring to at Liverpool with eels!. What strikes long as
leap TELEGIIAPIUC about as much of Gen. views and islatu-e, and about the Capital .
liNTELLI] ( )Ki\Ci I ; Taylor's xvhenever
into the water lo save her. the cocknies with peculiar awe and admiration t hey are found in company: with such tango a g
Suddenly Lion, followed closely by his man-: is, that at the bar, the drinkers are al 1- We received this morning 9 o'clock, t tterolloxving opinion as a pig docs of mathematics. it berates the Governor xvith. The people oas within the last two or three years, a Judge

ter, came tearing along the deck, knocking owed l to pour out their own liquors in quanti. f ::: Telegraphic Despatch, from our at. We hardly know whether Mr. Foote should understand too well 1 the old truth, that it is i had to 0 elected by that b dl. "'e have-

the people to the right and left like nine-pi its ties to suit themselves. This is something tenure Baltimore correspondent : take this as a compliment, or a cut. If he bad a heard of several changes of opinion on this

They sprang into the boat that hung at tho new in England. BALTIMORE, March 5-3J P. M. was expected to be better informed of General cause only which requires aid of this i sort. subject, in favor of popolar elections, caused

stem, every body giving: way before the de. Mother,' said an interesting lilllc boy one The Inaugural speech of Gen.. '1'a'lorhas Taylor's views than (lie: Bee here allows, it by dissatisfaction with
termincd energy of both man: and dog. Lion j morningnd at breakfast, I' want some milk so been received in this city, and will appear in (C: Some twelve or fifteen Whig membersof electioneering intrigues
was.expecting more of him than of other} for the office
looked anxiously in his master's face, bad. Why don't father buy us a coxv-old (the evening editions of the dailies. It dwellsat any Virginia Legislature under the lead of and by the difficulty, distraction

uttered a sharp" low bark. Mrs. Wilson's got one now. 'Be patient,' some length on the necessity and importance man/great or small, in the country ; and in Mr. Scott, of Fauquier, opposed the and discontent growing out of the conflicting

44 Wait, said: the latter in reply ; where said the affectionate mother 4 .Mr. Wilson fostering Army and Naval schools! of this light, was certainly very complmentary.as of the late Resolutions introduced into passage t that !! claims of different aspirants-changes, too.

waashe seen last tIt has joined the Sons of Temperance, and I hoar the country, and recommends these instil u. If intended a cut, why turn the edge upontbo I among whigs as well democrats. s
There, sir," replied a sailor promptly ; 'em say your father has a notion joining too lions to the special attention of the representatives t Mississippi Senator, when all the body on the question Slavery. So great is a

"there beside that piece of plank." then he will soon be able to buy us a cow.r' of the people. The General says, that peopleare t tbe dissatisfaction with: these gentlemen on It is said that one of Old Ztck's rules .
it in
44 How( often has she risen ?tit as open to as he ? This is rather invid-'
44 Wood Up.-A Hoosier editor makes the honesty, capacity and fidelity will be the.only the part of their constituents, that it is said a making selections the
44 office
"Twice. 'I uous for no among seeker:,
tests he will of party impartiality.
require applicants fJr
following irresistible appoint number of them
appeal to his debtors for arc voluntarily going into
reo will be
The gentleman drew a long breath, and a supply of fuel : ments to offices in his gift. lie recommends to give appointment to no man who

said to his dog, in a low tone "look out !1" I 44 Those in arrears for the lasfyear who constitutional encouragement to agriculture, '.THE WILL FOR THE DEED.-A Baltimore tirement. Of his Resolutions and Mr. Scot has not paid the Printer. Wo give this piece
And Lion did look out, with wild, flashing) or manufactures, and the of who went so far to declare the of
wish; to pay their subscriptions in wood this improvement rivers paper reports the following as among the few himself a for tho benefit of our xvhig
ryes, and limbs that trembled with anxiety and harbors. The national debt ho Proviso constitutional .
year, would accommodate us, and says public remarks of Gen. Wimot the Fcdericks.burg friends
1'hatamoment that perhaps Taylor near that c sly. generally, and for the of
was Every one clso 1.save the. county the cost of an inquest must be extinguished as early a; possible.He .- J Whig, speaking for"the god our
by s
en.: The "old xvarrior" Whig parljsays: of
neighbor the
was passive ; every other attempt was 1 laid ding it before xve (reezt"." insists on strict accountability on the seems to understand how Sentinel in particular. He
aside, and all stood in mute expectation ; those A part of all officers under the gorernment, butsays to push about," but has not, in every i in. As a party, they (the Whigs) execrate, so of course, has too much to *(pcak of
Man. delicacy
who were near enough, watched the third ri. Happy Chronicle editor of the Pi its. Congress must regulate them under the t stance been satisfied to have the will far as wo can learn, the Resolutions of Mr. such matters.

ting of tile poor child, and those who could. burgb says : Talk about enjol.mtnt provisions of the Constitution. Conflicting the deed-so Mr. represent Scott, and will, if opportunity offer signally -
of wealth it Clay thinks!
be probably
never can :
the enjoJ"ed-
not see water keeping their fixed interests of different sections
eyes up. be shouldnot \ 14 rebuke their author. [Commtt'tieeted.
An abundance is He wished that
on Lion. a heap ofmiser}. A man bo suffered to interfere with the Union he could come down and FLETCHER INSTITUTE
In another instant a cry was raised who owns a small house, a small farm, a small which he ardently loves. mingle with them ; he thought he could with This Institution
as i a tbe first
golden tressed head was seen to from vife, a big dog, a cow, two or three fat pigs Here we omit word pleasure push about among them. The little lo\s. VATTEMARE.-INTERNATIONAL Ex- opened on Monday
a or two in tbe despatch
the water.rhe noble dog had seen emerge her first, I and a dozen children, ought lo be satisfied.=- which is somewhat unintelligible time be had at his disposal: and the fatigue be C1fANGEa--'the: Report of this gentleman on in February, and although xve have had disagreeable .

though and the If he isn't, he never can be." felt fro travelling,forbade this, and +weathertbe school numbered on the
;: ; ere warningcry bad reached Nothing from New York, by telegraph, ei race they must the fuhjec of International exchanges, and
his ears, he had dashed from the boat with The Late David Ilale.*-llr.: Hale, says the Friday s therefore take the will for the deed." which he desired should be laid before the first of March, eighty scholars. The teach

wonderful rapidity,and was swimming toward Journal of Commerce, gave; away nearly all ers xvenl into the school with a zeal to excel!
the little sufferer his available but bis interest t r lion. James Seddon has been nominated i Legislature of Florida, though mailed in November .
as though be knew that life earnings, in the Arrangements were made: in Richmond, i I in their and the children
and death depended on his efforts. Journal of Commerce is alone a handsome Charleston for a suitable reception of Ex.President as the Democratic Congressional cat idi. i has only within the last few days calling, with few or

His master marked his progress anxiou sly. property, and his estate, after deducing indebt. date for the Richmond District, Va. : reached the Executive of this Slate. And no no exceptions, are already impressed with a

His face was pale as death, and it was only edness,cannot be less than 75,000 or 80,0 50. Polk on his arrival in those cities. He There is among the Whigs i : wonder-it was directed to MickossukieTexas zeal to learn, and are taking a fine start to

by rigidly compressing them that he could When I dead goes home by way of New Orleans. His 44 a terjiblc i learn. If you wish your children to
am said Had
Napoleon muss the friends it arrived possess
of Bolts and the during session of ;
my btw'een i
control be residence will hereafter be
( of his Nashville
nervous quivering:, lips. soul will France Ten. i sound ) and
return to and dwell in the I friends of that body it would doubtless learning morals then send
Taylor. have goo
been .
He hasher, he exclaimed, as Lion rose hearts of the French people, like thunder in By the way, it is stated in the Boston Courier I lard them to Ibis institution. L.
to the surface, after a long due, holding the the clouds before it by the Executive, with such
of Heaven, and throb with that Mr. Polk and lady intend the commcn
ceate. making (c".4 Bill has
little Adeline by the hair of her, head in such lets strife in new Revolutions:' tour of at passed Ccngress for the issue clarions of the enterprise a its importance de OCT Judge Crawford, District Judge of the .
Europe an early day. of bold dollars from the U. S. mint.! meads ". *<.' '__
u I United Stites for .11a.'is dead.;

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COMMERCIAL. THE ARREDONDO- LANDS. GOING TO CALIFORNIA.' GEO. W. IIUTCHINS To Sailors in the Circuit Court Jackson Cou ty. ; An OrdinanceTo _

10th. We learn that at the sale of tl e Arredotido ,- AUCTIONEER raise a IZrrcru!fir the City of Tallahas.SK .
TALLAAABICE, Mnich There is a great deal of sense in ihe ORDER facilitate the re'tttaolixhmnit ofpaj>ertin
grant, which commenced, a advertised, on goo Jackson Circuit Court de. for the Fiscal Year commencing on the :
caue*pending .
Prices from fi J Jto } last number of the Mobile FL1..Y .
Arrivals and sales small- 21st and closed the 26th ult. the following
entire froitU .
on .. -- strayed by fire.WHEREAS first day of April, in the year one thousand

6. I, grant subject to sale, amounting to some Tribune : REFER TOMessi'S. the act of 27th December, 1649,en. fight hundred forty-nine. I

.Uarbt.CofJon.dC5ptc1.' 260,000 acres, wan sold infections averaging For our part, in nil .seriousness, we_ .- H. BOND; J.-W. ARGTLK, D. C. WIL o! An Act to re-estabtish the Records
Yew York F* u. F 'cG.T. J. and J. T. .. the County of Jackson and for other rurposes,",in' 1. BEIT OR INTCX
49 cts. ARtl SECTION ,
an ncr including some 50,000 think idle California.
acres men ought to lo _
received at Baltimore, late on Thursday uight, thatal go MuchlO,1519.. ;. 10 its ninth section provides .that "all proceedings and Cot. cu. br THE CITY Cr or ALL *
March Ut, stales that the sales of Cotton on of water, within the body oldie grant. induslry, a disregard of toil and -- matters pending and undetermined in said Court, HAJSCE, That the first 'scction.bf the Revenue Ac!

Wednesday amounted to 3000 bale?, at ati average The sale was ]largely attended by citizens hardship, and discrelion. enough lo feel the New. Goods. and all papers documents,,and instrument*of writing cf the last year be, and Ihe same !iscoutinutd- id full
who have settled on and adjacent to the of of shower pertaining thereto, may be re-established! in force as part.of this Ordinance. :.'
decline cue-eighth ofa! cent. I grant, necessity getting put a a ancan' IUST.received per Schc. "W. .R, Petfis from -. _
from New but the purchases were chiefly by the proprietors there fallen fortunes. The J Seb'rk.' a few Spring and Sumrorr Goods, viz: the manner prescribed by law, in reference to' lost. SccTion 2. f. it'furthtr: ofdaine'd"tb( there'shall .i.
last the account rcrtae.-bll in the in the be '
On Thursday : papers or manner pointed out preceding le iext Snd. collfcjed' th* following Taxw rot '
York down to five o'clock on that day, the settlers preferring to deal with them : ul i abundant.-. The accounts of it cannot LhUoLrP American, and' '. English Prints, section of this act. or in such manner as the the fiscal year commencing on the first day of April"
being 4- s '
rather than comply with the conditions oPsalc and if not to PriQtl. : Court specially direct:" 'lb J f .
] of 1200 bales Cotton, at ii jj for fiiir disputed ; a man go diggingit Organdie*, may + : .
(givesiides! and 7f f.r fair Oileans.] The mar. as imposed by the decree of Court ordering :he can otherwise, if at all useful to anyone PUfd Ealstor(Ginghams, THE COURT, THEREFORE, DOTH ORDER AND DIG 1st.-Upon all Merchant vending goods'! \wares #

Uplands, and in favor of Dates the sale. Thf aggregate receipts are regarded beside have a fair share of.the White and Fancy Linen Drill., :', That any party desircus of establishing any. and merchandize tax of thirty-five cents on every, _ _
dull Ilim"elr pleading exhibit order hundred
ket was buycis. Fancy Cassitneis paper, interlocutory ,judgment dollars in Value of their stock in t frade from New York Friday afternoon, Mates a> un indication of a good sale, and are pickings afer harvest shall have been Plaid and Striped Cottonades, decree, or motion pending and undeterminedin the firs:: day of April next, as near as the same can'

that the market for Cotton had slightly advanccd satisfactory to the proprietors, considering the gathered. sorts of industry in such a Marseilles Vestiigs,&.c., &c. I said Cow,either in Law or Chancery* the timeof be ascertained.2d .

with sales of 3 1500 bales, prices firm adverse circumstances under which the sale country must be in demand. Ab '. per Schooner' Tallahassee" from New Or.,! burning I the Court House of Jackson County,may -Upon all venders of good, wares and mer '
again, FAMILY file with the Clerk an exemplification or certified chandize, (other than itinerant traders,) who .hal! (
made leans FLOUR and I have 9
was at embarrass American world is halfdev eloped. also hand
Total sales since. a period general The only on '
Ht close of business. a good l lot of family aid Racnn. copy of the same, if he have one, and cause noticeto commence business after the first day ol April next __ _
nnival of steamer 12,000 bales. Sales on ment in the State. What occured in the great West ,'/hen Cincinnati '.> country GEO. H. ISS. be served on the opposite party, or his Attorney, or who hold licenses heretofore i issued which expire

Saturday of 100U bales Cotton were made : We are gratified that this fine body ofland was :xvilderness, i is now occurring in March 10, 1SW. 10-3\ MllX or Solicitor nf Record, (ten days befoie Court to after the first of April neit.a tax of thirty-five centson tr

The market: was not is now so disposed of 8 to be brought into California. Thirty years henca we shall all r \ show cause why .the same shall not be futablished every hundred dollars in value of their stock irt j'
atlasl quotations. as and stand in the and if :
Notice. place original, no cause be trade to be estimated and assessed in all cites at
active culfnution. Its for the if li' Do however !
t ml
The sales advantages see, we e 01; bt'es
active a on the precedes days. i shewn, the same may be ordered. any time after the commencement of such business,
ufthe week amounted to 12,000 bales. large planter and the moderate farmer arc unequalled many will go thither who will be nearheart.brokemi. WILL be sold public Auction to the highest If such parly have no such copy, and ha reasonto or the expiration of such license : Provided, Such
by any sectionin:i East Floiida. The I Many will be incompetent, in the city of Tallahassee, on SATURDAY believe that an original, or exemplification, or tax shall be assc&cd bei,re the expiration of the '
CHABLCSTOX, March 2d. the Nth diy of April next, unless certified is in the possession of opposite next fiscal .,
: previouily J
certain belief that llb l! contemplated railroad! and never get on the right road to prosperity ; copy any year. j
disposed. of at. private. sale,the following described party, his Attorney or Solicitor of Record,hejmay,by 3d-Upon all Auction Sales _
Cotton.-Yesterday n fair business was the will the others will be weak and endur. '" -- -- ; and sates bv Coin:. 31 l
across peninsula pass through incapable of property, viz: LOTS No. 77, 73. and 79,
I nlmlellor Attorney, or Solicitor,make oath of such mission Merchants and_ factors, one cent (
done, and the week closed with prices aboutc. boundaries of the grant, or in its immediate ing ihe prosperity, which fortune may buckle in the Northern addi ion of the City Tallahassee, belief, and may serve a like notice upon the said the gross amount of sales. per upon- ::1f

in favor holders. The transactions of vicinity), i\e character to its position, by enhancing on their backs ; others, again, will sink into known a!the HACKLEY PROPERTY. opposite party his Attorney or Solicitor of Record, 4th-Upon all improved and unimproved town .

the week sum up 11,533 bales, against the its value in the aggregate, as affording vice, and end their days in misery and con Alo. Lots No. 2G5. 2GG 267, and 2";S, also in the requiring him to produce the same forthwith to the lots,a tax uftbirty.tlveents on every hundred dollars t
I Northern additinn'of City of Tallahassee. Clerk to be substituted as an original, and a new certified ealuethereof. '
in the time of Lales.I :
I receipt same 13,844 the means oftrariRporting productions to tempt ; but the great mass will find their condition Terms-ne third cash, the balance' on the first of copy given him, or to shew cause: (under oath) 5th-Upon every practicing Physi ianDentist.or ,

The transactions in Long Cotton were within the markets on the Gulf and the Atlantic. bettered, and new hopes and futurewealth January. next, to he secured b1-adee of Trust on for refusing. And if the same shall be produced, it Attorney and Counsellor at Law, one per cent ort .

I the range of 13 a 1 for inferior lo 15 a 19c. \e also learn that one of lands in the and respectability dawning upon them.A the property. Persons!: purchase! at pil.vatcsa1may.apply shall be *o established. But if the same shall not be every hundred dollars of annual income. .

Tor clean common to primo Santees and Mains ; grant, not so well adapted cas agriculture, but brave heart is necessary. Such hoards of } to"lr."John"W. Argyle in. Tal. produced for any cau,e, then the party giving such Oth-Upon all free colored males between Iho _ _

and 17 to 22c. for common to middling fine valuable for naval stores, as timber, (turpentine treasure will attract multitudes from p\'err direction lahassee,.or r'. tu-the subscriber THOMAS in Quincv.'MUN ROE.: notice the'same may by proceed any copy under he may such possess notice, to by establish affidavit agesoCtwentytmoeandtty lars. Tears, a tax of tea doU "' -

!Sea Islands, and 23c. and uplands] } fur very &c., and coming within the description -from the Pacific islands, Chinn, Russia 1 March 10, ISI9. 10-8w or'otherwise as he best may, or in case there shallno 7th-Upon all free colored female between the ; aiiil

fine and fancy lots. alluded to by Messrs. Westcott and Yoke, in all parts of Europe, South America, theAllanlic copy be known to be extant,then by the best evidence ages of twenty-one and fifty year,a tax of fire dol It .
March 5lh.-Cotlon.-The transactions on their recent remarks in the Senate upon the islands-all will vomit forth the restless For New York. in the party' power. The other side incase lars. .

Saturday were limited to some 1350 bales.] propriety of reducing the price of public landsof of their population. The THE ncNVfpacket Brig: ., SUWANNEE," Clarke, denial, producing such testimony as he may Sth-Upon all wr-itc mate inhabitants! ?, between .
The inurkct rather languid and former 'icous'part.1 having the bulk of her cargo engaged, think proler and be legal,it necessary an issue may the ages of twenty-one and sixty sears, a poll tax ot ;
was this description, have been purchased at a gambler, smuggler, thief-the murderer, the will: sail for.the above port with despatch. For be made: up to try the question summarily and decree one dollar. .

prices were with difficulty sustained.SAVAXSAH rate admitting of a sale at very moderate pri. pirate-all will cast their eyes to California, freight or passage,apply toMcNAUGHT go according to the verdict. And in all other l th-Upon alllllaYf'S,a tax of feventj-f.ve cen', ;

March 6th.Cctoi.Ve ces, us compared with t the price of government and much sharpness, sagacity, watchfulness & OI1 IOXD. cases where the party shall not know or have reason Prodded, The City Council may exempt rom tax- .. .
Newport March 10, IS49. to believe (>f the existence i of any original exempli. I ation any slate laboring ur.der mental! or bodily affliction 3
lands. This with the facilities pointed out, and vigor will be for him who mingles .
have ,
: no change to notice in necessary fication or certified copy. the party may give notice infirmity!? on application Ihe owner of 4
our market. Sales yesterday 900 bales at will afFord an admirable! opportunity (for an extended with this mass of human profligacy and Iron, &c. a* aforesaid, and that unless the other shall producea such slave,or his agent. It _

eitrcmes of 5S j to 7$ els. per pound. operation in this line, in a drparment : villainy. But rogues are found every where. FULL :assortment of Iron,2 to 7 inches wide, copy certified or otherwise susceptible of proof, 10th-Upon all pleasure Carriages, Barcuchrr; ,. .
of business which must soon become the chief The world does hot hold a place where inno.I A 40 fceg s Nails, assorted sizes, that he will establish the same liom memory or th-> Buggies,Tilburys, Stanhopes, Chairs, Sulkejaand
MOBILE, Feb. 27, p. m. I wise a* he best may.and the other party or parties Stage Coaches, a lax cf thirty-five cents
of citizens but which be xvheie on every
source revenue lo our cence i. not likely to wronged- every Just: received and"for sale by.McNAUGHT
Cotton.-Owing to the obstacles, in I may appear and be heard by evidence, and if neees.sary i hundred dollar value thereof.
negotiating has been retarded in it the absurd rather than & ORMOND.
by does not ,
progress man an issue may be made up, and tried summarily I 11th-Upon every Slave publicly exhibited for ,
bills, prices have undergone no father legislation of Congress.-Jacksonville himself where, in short, one has not lo keep Newport, March 10,1S49. 10 and decree according to its r .ulls. sale within the incorporated! !limits! ol this city a tax "

improvement on the Europt's advices. Today Jtrpvbtican, March 6//i. quio: wide awake to avoid the pit and snares Groceries &c. Such notices may be i is.ut'll and served as other of tvro dollars.12th .
the market was very quiet t with sales of of notices by law a prascipe and copy of such notice -Upon all monies loaned at i 1t?retf. thirty-- ,
local rascality. r BAGS RIO COFFEE being filed with the Clerk all in other cases. five cents on hundred dollars loaned
15 200 and rate some what irregular 1 every so or kept
a bales, Abou/Going to California. 'The Cincinnati ( is this : in our olden placeswe .rj S do. 'St. Domingo do. GEORGE S. HAWKINS Judge, tc. 1 at intere>t. I -' _

middling 6J| : Gazette has been furnished the followingcopy have laws and securities, and some other 5 do. White Java do. March 3, J5-19. 9Frenc SECTION 3. Be further Ordained That there

61.lcw OKT.UANS: Feb. 28.Cotton. of 1 letter, which is important information things to keep in check evil propensities. InCalifornia 2 do. Brown do. do. shall be levied and collected the fallowing LIcense .! .
.-The of the past three days 2 Bbl*. crashed Sugar, Horticulture and Floriculture. taxes : .
reliable, to those about starting by the laws for years will receive small re- ,
the 2" Boxes Loaf do. 1st all retailers of vinous lijuors
bales -Upon spirituous
which sums up has 30,200 been taken, fur Great greater Britain portion tho of northern route for the gold regions : sped ; the pistol and the bowie.knife will Lethe G>hen Butter, Box, and Pine Apple Cheese, Supe- -- .'. --. in quantities less than one quart,a or tax of sixty- "....l! I

INDEPENDENCE, Mo., Feb. 2, 1549. arbiter, and wickedness will be on the perior Family Flour; Cider, and White Wine Vine. .i1Lt T1 Subscriber intending to dollars. 4
there have been some purchases for France, top society, without any one with strength gar C, fi"lt. Herring*, Chocolate, Candies, Sauces, : remain but a few days in the 2d-Upon Billiard Tables and Bptvlin! ?Alley, '
the Mediterranean., and !rbr our ortll.'r Dear Sir : I sincerely)' regret that have to fiown it down. 'Fickle Almonds' Figs Table Salt, Soc. A.C. city respectfully invites the Ladies or Ten-pin AIey3! technically 3o called, used for' '.. :.
ports. The receipts at this port since 1st of been unable lo accomplish the business which enough Received per. brig Suwannee, and for sale by 4 1% and Gentlemen of Tallahawee and hire, a tax of fifty dollar /

JSppt. (exclusive of the arrivals from Mobile, I was commissioned lo perform at this place, People who can make their way among McNAUGHT & ORMOND. the surrounding country, to an inspection 3d Upoaeverj dray or cart, used for hire, a tai .
the purchase mules. The such obstacles-who arc strong enough in the Newport, March 10,1819. 10 of his carefullY preserved of eight dollars. *i
Florida and ) 716,460 receding peo. I --
W Texas are against have and collection of 4:h-Upon two or foilr! horse used 4
1 here numbers of stability of their own principles-who splendid every wagon for .r. _
bales date last and pie are anticipating large
729,220 to year, Tobaccos. hire, a tax ot ten dollars. .
611 enough to intimidate the bold ruffian, Plants Trees Bulbs and Roots :
1 for California and hi increased the courage if
517,405 bales] the year previous. Prices (from persons e : FULL supply manufactured Tobaccos,just received 5l I h-Upon every hack,or public carriage used for
J 43 a "JRAYMOND'S. price mules to enormous rates, asking from and discretion enough to keep out of diflicul- A aDd for sale by'McNAUGHT IMPORTED ROM FRANCE, hire, a tax of ei;ht dollars, except harks and cart ia- ,t ..1.1ges J Ji

", _ $100 to 6UOa.lltadfon'erJ' common mules. ty, ought to go to California ; provided, always & ORMOND. Consist ing of Camtlia.Rhodixlendrnm,Azelea,Magnolia ; beIongirmgtopubictivrvstabtes.!' ; Jf JH
tI the Prices of to :I they have nothing to do at home, and Newport, March 10, 1819. 10 Tree-pzonydifferent Cape Jasmin, Pito,pau- 6th-Upon every public! Livery Stable]l tax of
I sight every thing a trip f
:hx.\Gmr of!I appertaining I are hopeless of being useful to themselves or rum Daphne, Muss and Monthly Roses ; ornamental twenty-five dollars. -
M-liich our good people some time since feast. I I across the Mountains are very high. 1 therefore others. Gunny Cloth and Rope. shrubs of all varieties. 7th-Upon every Hawker and Pedlar rendinc

must reluctantly without accomplishing FRUITS-Pear, Apple, Cherry, Apricot, Peach, goods, wares ar.d merchandize! a tax of one Jun !rtd
cd their eyes, has got to La Fayt-tte Ala., and I I returcT'my tfliSSifl. I am farther in-I FRESH; supply' just: McNAUGHT received and for& sale ORMOND.Newport by Grapes, Orange Trees. .c. ; Asparagus; also, a dollars.Sth! 4 I

Simon Suggs alias Johnson J. Hooper, writes for.iicd the I Indians I Imporant Investment' in U. S. Stocks.-A March 10 large collection of Bulbous Root, and Seeds of every -Upon ell Bank Agencies, i tax of sisly dollars' i -
haiiiigjljecome 10,1549.
exasperated letter of the 22d -
Washington February, description. The undersigned may bfound at i
10 the Montgomery Journal] an account of the are making threats ; they say thu pale faces" : the building recently occupied by Mr. J. Fortune 9th-Upon all agencies of Insurance Companies:
crowd that congregated to sec the fright, chronicling will drive olTand kial their game. I there. The Chancellor of the Smithsonian Insti- Flour, Sugar, Potatoes, &c. as a Tin Mjnufactorvand nearly opposite the Phoenix -' a tax of twelve! dollars. .
fore would advise conipdnvto take tome I H :S.-and 10 half Cl ll. superfine Flour, Buildings. A. DANIEL, 10th-Upon all venders Lottery Tickets f a tax
observations made I by divers of the en. other route and wouidadvise all others lute, (Vice President Dallas!) .invested to-day 10 10 do. Whiskey, Ilorticultor Florist, in Paris. of twenty-five dollars: And all retailers of spirit- .
republicans while looking ou with I the funds of the institution, amounting, to, '10.half Bbls. do. March 3, 18-19. 9-2w oils or vinous liquors aforesaid, all keeper, of billiard "
lightened taking the northern route for Culifoinia.Truly .- i26OU() in the United States six per cent, f BbU, Vacuum Process" Sugar, tables, or bowling or ten-pin G' eys. all keepers .
gaping wonder. We clip the following : yours. S. G. Msox..F'illrnorc's stock. The( directors of the institute are only 4 Kegs Butter. IARD.-IN bidding adieu to my friends and.patrons of every dray or cart, or two or four horse wag j
The the of the would return them my most sincere on, or hack or public carriage, used for hire as a- '
lo Bales .
adjourned 4 Gunny Bags, .
Lion. group 'icnitJ Slale.JJm has been pissed permitted to expend the_interest w hie accrues, 2 Boxes. Oranges, thanks and heartfelt gratitude for the kindness, liberality forebaid-all keepers livery arables! hawkers and 4
leaving the capital untouched. The Princedc anti patronage extended to me from the daysof pedlaisagents of Banks or Insurance Companies,
Why didnt they shurr (bhcar: ) the!; House which with fine and imprisonment GEORGE PROCTOR. of double the tax in of failure. before their .
(ore parts, as \\cll'a his hind ones ? asked ;punishes investment to-day $20,000 in U. S. Newport, March 10, t5-t.. 10 case
tome ou I any officer or citizen of the State --- -- .-- Tallahassee March 3. 1549. 9-2w several avocations, calIins or business as aforesaid ;
( for in the of slave stocks. FIRIofS.S.KNIGIIT&Co.i i is may be pursued, ar.d upon the pa)men? of the fexeslevicd :
You see, k-iid liu keeper hl'l got a breast aiding arrest a fugitive unless .4 S THE .
In 23 aforesaid, obtain License do
I Chancery. a so to front
complaint, and we were afraid of increasing tummoncd to do so I, some officer of the O:1-:: I laac, tan you describe a bat ?" d about to be dissolved, all \\hoare indebted to the Intendantto be countersigned by the TrelltJTc'--
) the firm are requested to call and settle t immediately MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.-IN GADS-
his cold.' I Federal Government.Here .' Yes! sir : he's a flying insect, about the size and those having claims against it will' please DEN CIRCUIT COURT. and such License shall not be issued fcr a shorter of' .

\r.1, by granny I did notice he:1: is a ]blow struck at the Constitution of a stopple, has Indian rubber wings, and aho.string ,pretent) I them,a.s theY will bv paid.i instantly.March The Branch of the Bank of the )) period 11th-On than one all ShowsCirrjscs year. Equestrian !

lie holowed, a while Igo. directly, and in matter immediate''affecting tail ; he sees \\ith his eyes shut, 10, !s9.! 'lQ & S. KNIGHT & CO. State of Alabama, Compl't., [ africa! Exhibitions, a tax of five dollars shall or be The'J'J

Whar did lie come .Tirn ?' asked one the rights of the South, and this, too, by the and bites like the old boy." vs. 'I ied and collected Breach exhibition,a license .

uNtie crowd. Banner Whig State, the State ofFillrnore, the Notice. Benjamin C. WestSherifTof thorize which mus first be obtained from the Jeten."r

From Ireland: ,too, be JasuV aid old Tom, individual elected to the Vice Presidency on OX/By telegraph from New York, we learn DURING! my tempvriry absent c from the State, den County,and er-offido adinr. Bill to foreclose dint, and countersigned by the Treasurerunder a -.

taking the out tfiirmm's mouth. 'Didn'tIJ Gen. Taylor's ticket, whom Georgia Whig .Whiskey is quiet." Glad to hear it. It AIm FOOTMAN., is my duly authorized on ity,the dec'd.Estate, John of Mortgage. penalty! of double the tax herein assessed.12th i
wor Agent for the transaction of any business: in Jamt.lnllerar.l -UpbnaTl itinerant trailers, who shalt oflefgoods I I. ,
editors and endorsed kicks considerble ofa noise .
McGafY orators a sound and I up hcrcway, occasionally. which 1 may be connected. William P. wares or merchandize for sate in tbis city.

judge he did, said Mac. conservative" .on all questions afibctiiig the I .-Chicago Journal. '. WM. M. I FOOTMAN.Tallahassee. Inllerarit, \ there shall be levied and collected a tax of one hundred I

I'll take my corp'ral of ,' returned Martin interests. of the South.Cold __ __u __1_ March 10, IS 19. 10-:3wr Ileloise Minor, Defendant J dollars : and a license so to sell shall- fiat be :; ;- .' I
i I Tlie following article we copy with pleasure horn -- -- TT BEING MADE TO APPEAR by affidavit filed I obtained from the Intendant as aforesaid, n"r-; :. f
; lJiroorcs O' llla>nry: is full oc 'em / Notice. J. in this that John F. Innerarity resides beyond penalty, in failure to do of double n:
the Mercantile Journal of March and cause case s: a tax to t
lVeal/icr.-The weather for four
Presently the crowd \a ordered back, and I or I otol the the limits of I he State of Florida, to wit,in the be imposed.SECTIOV. ; 4, I
Mr. and Mrs. Jachaflcr: entered the cage wit, I fd)1 of last week, was intensely coM-the we hope if any of our numerous readers are suffering DURING ray AMES temporary is absence authorized from Sta'e, State of Alabama ; that William P. Innerarity resides -. Be itfutiherOriThinrirl. That every j .
the lion, tiger and other jinimals. I I f'lt destroying all early garden vegetations, (a'm any of the complaints which it is said to for the acJionofanbusinellS II. my duly in which I may be out of the Middle Circuit Florida, to wit,in Daguerreotyp i ist, before pursuing such ccrnpafion tn : ..k.

That taken Billy horns smooth his: together with a great number of fruit trceb.I .- cure, they \ill speedily avail themselves of it. connected. .. I GEO. O. Nc. IULL1!. the City of Pensacola, in the State of Florida; that this city. and every non-resident Dentist.beforepnr- 1,
otto Innerarity resides beyond the :limits of the suini his profession within the limits..r Ibis city.
Rcull-don't it ?' afl Tom Ilucsey. I I Tho large and heretofore thriving oiange plan DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY.It TaUahaC'6', \larch 10, 1S19.t 10-3wNotice. State Santiago ot Florida,to wit. in the Island of Cuba ; I that shall; pay a tai of ten dollars, and obtain a Iictns, ; .1

Its the fust ; cv.;r seed the likes and tation of Capt. A. T. Belnct, numbering a. was known many ear ago that the wild cher. Lewis W. Minor and Heloise Minor, reside beyond from the Intendant ; and upon failure: or refusal so if J .Ii

I'm s jly.five come fall,' remarked an old man. I I Lout four thousand youngtreeslmas, we are sorry ry tiee of this climate po s sed valuable medicinal I the limits ol the Slate of Florida to wit,in the State to do, shall pay double! the tax above assessed. I' fr

IK it a rail woman in thar?P asked a t>kcp.ticaldirt.eater. lo llar been entirely dc*>trojed. Such a properties. Indeed His (fact "as known to the Aborigines T OSJ, about th.' first of Augr.-, ISIS, Treasury Virginia : It is thcrrftire OrJtred That Ihe SECTION 5. Be further Uidained, That all c ;,
.upell" has not been known in this latitude and a decoction of the leaves or bark. of I A Certificate No. .J 12, on Comptroller's Warrant said named defendants do appear and answer the bin Ordinances or parts of Ordinances conflicting with ;1: I Jt
\ this 1 reelftcterhccn) legardcd their physicians No. 27ldatml June 2'tS; 1 4S, issued in favor o'( the complaint filed therein within the times limited the trtie Intent arid rreariing of. this Ordinance ba :'; t 1.
4 Why, you Bee',' Bald Jim McttafiVy,4 its a for a number of years. The weather has nowmoderated as one of .the mOlt eflectual remedies in many disea undersigned far J 50. The payment of said Certificate to them respectively, that is lo say-the said JohnF. and the same are hereby repealed. fL' .

rail woman, but he's pot great Fperirt.Seme .- ,-and for some days past has been ses. Tin> fact, several years since, arrcttt-d the had never been ordered lo any other person. Inneiarity.LewM Minorand Heloise Minor Passed theCouneiland approved this 2SIi( day of '.

people, tho', think theoc show delightful, .IJla\1! from the icy Noith" having attention of Dr. Wislar, a highly respectable practitioner All persons are hereby forewarned against trading within the period of four months from the date ot February, A. D. 1S49. ,,., '
aint human.' IlcoIl given place! to the balm breathing" breezesof of Virginia investigated with care I the for the same, all shall apply for a re-issue of said the first publication of this order; the said William THOS. J. PERKINS. Intcndant.
regular healing properties of the wild cherry-tested its effects Warrant. JAMES G. LUCAS. Innerarity within tbe period of two months ; and Attest-GEO. W. HcTCHrxs, Clerk. ., -
4 No more, they ain't.,' aid old Tom. the tropics.: -Apalachicola_ Com. .dl'. when administered alone' and w hen in combination Holmes' Valley, March 10, 161'J.! 10-4w the said Santiago Innerarity within the period six March 3. I 1319. 0-4\v .
4 What are they thtn1'? ---- h \\ithi\\ other remedial agents. He found that : months, or in default thereof I the said bill of complaint J '
.Airixhi be Mire !' Posing; tie I'ricst.-'I'be He{ ,'. Father Ilurley its natural virtues might be greatly improvedand by. Notice. may be taken a* confessed by the said defen. Take Notice. :;f :; f

4 Ain't the Ii ili huiiian ?' one day, in a sermon to his parishioner;, combining it with ingredients whose properties Months after date the undersigned will apply: d-inls, at arid after the several periods limited lo subscribers respectfully request their (1):- i, +' I
and medicine in this Provided.that this TilE \
\\c-ll proved generally recognized, a them respectively order.
were SIX
the trite that of Probate lor Leon Countyfor local! and settle I their accounts immediately "
quotation aU flesh is Hon. Judge
the taste responded old] Tom,- repeated produced which constituted a remedy of the order be published once a week for the term of four : ;
Diri wal disinisiion, Administrator of Ibe have the North "
as they at '1
subjects vc the Queen of Great grass. The season was Lent. ; and a few great talue in pulmonary affections and diseases of letters of as months, and at the expiration ot the said term of I i engagements I ,
t al Smith, deceased late of said coun'v.P.TJUCK '. which must be met promptly and
Estate of John earnestly hope ,
lirilain.' days afterwards he encountered Terence the chest and throat-diseases which are proverbial four months, then continuously once a month for !; .
SMITH, Administrator. their friends will ad thein In willDecompiled .
so doing or they i iI
O'Collin who appeared to have ly prevalent in o'ircities and laige: towns, and often I ihe term of two.months, in a newspaper, published I 1.
I something JO Cm to place their claiins :in the band ofan (
March 10,1949. I I .
prove fa".l, swelling the bills mortality to much within thc limits of the Middle! Cureijt.ofFlc..rida.ThOMAS '
Dr. Thomas H. .\\'cret is the Democratic on his mind."The Attorney for collection. ;
greater extent than is the ca'je with) most other, we BALTZELL. '
N. K. .rill unsettled account3 closed from thi (
Congiessional Candidate, in the district com. I lop o'the morio' to your r 'errucc. had alinot said all other classes of dieatt:. Notice. February 20.A. D. IS.J!. Judge. dateitlarcb3d,1S49. t ,
said Terence! ; did I understand your river- Months afl <*dale I .wiIl apply.to the lion.t C. H. DUl'oNT, Sot. tor Compl't.A ; : I
piising the counties of Halifax;, Pyttsylvania, I None genuiae, unless signed 1. BUTTS, on the SIX for letters CLARK & ST1LLMAN.March ..
: '
ence lo say all flesh is grass, last Sunday ?1" ude Probate iGadsden County copy : 3, 1519. 9-lOw ia
and Henry Virginia.. The Ilrpretcntative wrapper. "t t dimiMion Iron? the administration of the estate of I. R HARRIS Clerk Gadsden Circuit Court.
pjcsciit Sure I did the father "do
replied ; you fjCJ-Koi sale by I':. Jr., DrtigUt.Tallahausee Gib6onydeceaseU By R. C. LESTER, Deputy Clerk. ;
James H. "
is the Hon. Stanhope Flournoy. doubt it DArARD. Adm'r. [ HA SACKS SALT JUST RECEIVED BY -t.t',
GIBSON March 3 19t9. 9 6m
-R. E. -
D. LADD, Newport,Florida,and by Druggists I LUU S. S. KNIGHT & CO. J. _
Sorra bit would I be after I
OHIO SKNATOU. Solomon P. Chase doubling anything generally throughout the United State March'10, 1S49lCH6m ., Notice.ALL March 3, IS.!. 9 >
: y_ur rirerence paztJ.] but I wish to _-_- -_- -__-_-.. _. --_ _-_--__n._-___-_-_ __ .c .' i
Free Soil Dem. has been elected U. S. Sena. persons are hereby cautioned again trading Action of Attachment. :
know whether in this Lent lime I could not .. WE arc authorized and requested lo announce Notice. any or cither ol the following described ,., I

t or from Ohio, a successor to Mr. Allen. be after having a sinai! piece of Lafe by way the Hon. J AMIS-: : H. BROOME a a candidate, for the ONE Month after.date I shall apply to the lion. promissory notes, to wit : One note made byJohn M. Silas F. Burney, J Amount sworn, to SO 4S100.M. : es.
of salad 1"fThe of Probate .for ,the County of Leon for for hundred and dol. > Danages$16O 00. ". I ,
-- Office of Judge of' Probate (br the County Leon,at Rasor (or Razor) two ninety :
: Mr. Hannegan's nomination a Miti- o leave lo sell'the ret estate of Margaret Freshwater, lars. (#290)) dated 25th day of August,134s), payableto Isaac Hutto. ) Boad, $160 00. : # J I
f three sons of Ibrahim Pacha, who t the election on first Monday in May. next. minor. R. E. GIBSON, Guardian. order the first of Jan- -- .
a Scott here-
David E. M. or on day ] defendant and all others interested are YO : I
Bet the United I
a inter to Jl was cOIfrmed by "%'fC in tho military college at Paris (:j. WK are authorized and requested to announce March 10, lS-t9.) 104.vNotice. uary, Ib50, which said Dote I endorsed to Bartley THE notified of(he : commencement of this suit* ;. I .
titles Senate in its last scsion. returnable the Ciicuii Court to be held at Tla-! ',"
: at thin time of their father's death, hurried candidate Wynn.
JOHN BEARD as for t the Office of
'- Major Also, one note on David E. M. Scott, payabl* on has.ee, in the County of Leon and Middle Circuit of .j.
i THE LAST; 8RK.Th: Republican! back to Egypt on hearing of that event.- Register of Public Lands of the State of Florida, at Month after date, I hill apply to the lion. the first day of January, 1550, for two hundred and the Stat of Florida", on the fourth Monday ((2.5th I. 1 f'

cccins to be (he only Richmond! ] in th They started for Catra to pay their homage the election first Monday in May next. ONE of Probate for t the County of Gad-.den, twenty-five dollars, (225)) to Bartley Wynn bear. day' of March, A. D.: 149, .and to appear and plead .{ \t.to t.
paper to the Pacha but -.-----.-- Edward H. Wilder dated 7th day of DecernberISIS. the WALKER & GWYNN.
new were miet by a pereinp- -- -- for leave to ell the Real Estate of er, same. \ \.
seCrets of Old ZacI'r; i alone yesterday"had tory order to return to their studies. Their Assignee's Sale. late of Gadsden-County, deceased, to. pay (the .Also :another note on David KM Scott for the Feb. 2.J, i-19. S Atty's for Pl'rT.Notice. : I t
: the news" u follows : debts of the deceased- sum of two hundred and thirty-five dollars. (S"-3a) P f
has created deal of cxci'p-
: .Tie CBINEr.-We received the (filling expulsion a good The most Valuable Stock of Goods J.;M. W. DAVIDSON, Administrator. payable toBarlley Wynn or bearer on Ihe first day cl : ,4..

I 'the\ despatch,; last night, in relation lo the In rncnt.rtumie. The old Pacha has left u very large Ever Offered at Auction in March 10, tS.19. l04wNoticc. January.last: descrioeti. 1851'" I,notes dated. araw I?_lh_December inicresi:_.___. _A',s 194S.,'I.uc. ....,1.The._ v..C.two,au',., SIXTeeks! .cliber after date to ,the application Honorable will the be Judge!madebr Jt .

nl'"cabinet : TALLAHASSEE : Ier cent. fr6to date. Probate,for letters administration on the estate of
I' 'mn. Balhrd Prcslon, uf Virginia, has Au I'nforlunatc .Xamc.-A new book has oMMKCINO ON WEDNESDAY, the it 1st Said notes are advertised, and this ca ion n given Waller W. Taylor deceased, late of Leon county. .

1 (rtaialy been appointed Attorney General ; been published, called "Aurifodine, or Adventures C day of March, at 10 o'clock* A. M.. and continue ALL person l Iivin, demands against the Estate because Ihe consideration for which they were RICHARD HAYWARD. -
late Gadsden
: ;old the author of Edward il. Wilder, County given, and the first named endorsed, has entirely February 24,1S19. 8 6w .
-x.Govcrnor Crawford, Georgia, probably in ( Region, Irom day fo day. Will be sold it Auction at without : _
dtceased. ytill present them to me delay. failed sod 1 am detetmined not to pay any of either .
Secretary of War and Abbott Lawrence, of which is Canlell A. Bigly ; which may be the well known the establishment extensive of and Ml best s. LLOYD J. M.: W. DAVIDSON, Administrator. of them* unless compelledby law so to da. Administrator's- Sale. .
most assoilcd
Massachusetts of the '." read Can-tell A. JHg-lic. & FLAGG March 10; lS49..r 10-8w DAVID E. N.SCOTT,
Secretary "1'H"r. Stock of Goo ever offered in this market- I. Pt his Atty. Tuos. JEFF.Monticello }: .. WILL be sold,before the Court House in the* .
Preston has been "puffed as great ml"to : A Compositor in Luck.. -A young man en. Consisting of IsJ IfKitEBlCJGIYEff toil! whom Fa., March. JS.J9. ff. Quincy, on Monday the 19th Jay o? ,

I'Jrt purpose truly flit acecliOI as At. gaged compositor in the Cincinnati Chro. Groceries, Hats, NOTICE concim.'tttaf" Wave this day filed in March nextbetween the hours of eleven ajid two .

tortiey General; has Taken everybody by niche office a IMS just received a letter from Pry Goods, Shoes, Ion the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Comt for the county Notice. o'clock, the following negro slaves, belonging.to this. ( I
Circuit of the State of Flori. STATE'S OxtmtE, ) estate of Richard Carnochan, deceased, viz: A negro 4
wrprisp, amid does not seem to give the great. C..* Sam Houston informing him that the Tobacco Orfr.s of Jl'ffe'lol'' Sr.CRETArtT or
n. Hardware, .'ota in behalf of.Aodravf J. Monte, in rightof Tallahassee) February 24, 1S49. ji woman by the name of Harriet ; a negro woman
.s satisfaction to the, Whigs. The less in.fJeoce estate left by his father, who died in Texas, Crockery, Stone Ware, Wood Ware, da,his a petition wife Rachel'Ann'' Moore, one of the heir at PROPOSALS for delivering the Act by the nsrneef Nancy; and her two infant children ;. 3 .

he has with a Whig House, li e gicat.cems some years since, is worth over fifiy-thousand 50 doz. very best Madeira l'imi.&LO r. law of Ebenezet Poboni, late oC'raid County, dtcea- SEALED of the late session of the General and a bo? by the name of Frank. rtI

tr Le to have with Old Zac He is in.'ed dollars: and tendering hU aid to enable him to sed who died intoUte, for the I partition of the Real Assembly\ and Thomps6n' Digest to'th several JAMES ii BETTNXR; Admr.By .J
very Judy fellow for Gen. ; I and .!>,'; of the eltat.f the raid Ebeoe- Judges of Probole in the State for distribution, wilt C. II. DuPONT,Agent.
ha saved him, from TUJlor recover possession the property. May he 250: PIoxvs-mokt approved patterns, zcr property Folsoro.deceased, and that I will apply to the be received at this Office until, 12 o'clock' M. on fh J'den. County, Fla., Feb n, fS9.. 7 I
a bcvcrc beating at gain his case and never be out ol sorts. 100 Piec-s Bagging, Court on the Third Monday June next lor the appointment Monday the 19th day of March next.- -
[Richmond 'Zd inst.I' Commissioners to make partition of be for at least half ot Notice.. 'H-
Knquircr, and Cradle's, of N. B Proposals must one .
Rails.! The and Utica 20 Scythes complete;
-- -- n'lar of Syracuse said estate according.toJaw. Monticell", March 3, the Slateeither East or WVst. starting (iou Tallahassee -, opartnership ie,e.U> ezisti.; arEer th v '
Atmine Jude.-.AyounJawyer having railruad U fifty.three miles long, forming part Corn Shelters, and a general assortment o 1S.J9. THOS. JEFF. hEll! A. F. MAXWELL, T firm of Cole, Si pi! ns& Co., islkwday dimoU- ,j

LtD *&*& by a judge whether in the trans. of the central line from Albany to Buffalo.Tho .- Plantatio Utensils Solicits for PetHioncr.i f Secretary of State. veil by mutual consent.. All persons Midebted to

cf souls he would piefcr being track was originally laid with ( bar. TERMS : March l 10, t649. 10-3m Febrimv 21.* 1840. 8 [i ntilleJ.J said firm will please make pa>ment H> A. H. foleorGfo. _

Sarld llo I horse or an ass ?1" iron, two inches and a half wide by tat : All sums undci $50 00-Caih. Notice. 'For ? '1 YOtk, affairs. %V.of Cole the vxka ate alone authorize. to del. tic ths Ij

.An au/' of an inch thick. This iron, after .. from 50 00 to SIM 00 r $Me hi I ? nv. '.49 LI TRIO WACISSA, Perry master, will sail tnmtnv. A. 1?. COLE.XAM'L .
.. t1ukkly ''frttd tht a\Ipr. quarter' $|i5'1 00 and Urwads I Jit Vfc. '.ms.Iotc' persons Indebted BI RC II ETT fc N DF.N- : as I _
Why t" says the J'Jd' being in use nine yeark, was taken (t(1( and with satisfactory f.efuntr to oilers.Jf ALL: -: are askrd to make foment befoie j above. For freight ot [pasnase.iipplv to STEVENS. :I

Rtrius 1 bi', henrj, of an asi Letn? : Kld, and was found to h\.o lost in neigbl.. by 11. BERRY, Auctioned. the return tisy i H 1 the COtIlI"l' Court \ewpMUcb. "I f, 1819. JOHN 5 Ot rill.1 1 MaJiscn H.rb f i'.r*:EO; .1 w cor.r,. I _
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'- -._ __ =- :S Leon County "PROCLAMATiONBY .---
i--: ..N- L .. 10.: L- '- = --t. --' .: -_:: = --- "DR. TOWNSEND'SSARSAPAR1LLA

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

TO SPRING TERM 1519. A T LEWIS t AMES- Drug Store, a fresh: supplj fly virtue of the power vested! in me by law. I IID

_Lj. New and Valuable Medicines-among whichare lu the World. and shall for sale) before

SEWHOtTEtlNTIRGI>fIA.>OJlTJI CAILOIAS,' Thomas F. Martin The most extraordinary Mcdlcliie have levied upon : expose
CAROU;At(.iKOGlA A!'SD IXOR1DA.Extrarl ) AtUcl.ment for Sl0 50. the felhwing: the Court house. door.in the city of Tallahassee,

from tht act vf drngrett f 3J .VarcA, Arch.B-McDWald C 5 Bond in .2. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PilL RES on the first Monday in May next,((18-19.)the 'follow

other interested ing described property, or so much thereof a will
lt-45 "clion IS. defendant and all perions TOHATI\ BTnS.
THE of the for, Liver Complaint the State and County Taxes due thereon for theyearlS4Stowil
the institution Designed
." f be further enacted That 1 it. *l>all\ be the hereby notified of pay I I
"< ) all fotenlelllll above suit by attachment,and are required to appear Pllel, Scrofula, nd'ce-'nd all kindred : II
of the Pert master Generd .rn :;
duty for the tran'l.nrlaltott orthe &nolil,10 let and plead to t the declaration filed! thlreln.ltha the diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure That body o! land lying in the County of Leon I I
contracts; )
tendering time law. Mate of blond.I bounded North by .the line of demarcationWat by
bidder by
the lowort -
the name in ever) ca!*, to prescribed
efficient for f faithful performance Dated January 29lh, A. D. 1319. DR. HULL'S WORM J.OZENGE. the Oclockonee Rvr. South by Waktilla County
nil hoot other reference to the mode of bucht t II an"por- JOlN J nSKINE.Plintif The safest, roost effectual, and and East by the Maks River,known a.Forbes''

lation than be ncccs.my to provide ft r the duecelerity 's Attorney. before the public, for the eradication of WOSM, in Purchase" and purporting to belong to tie Apalachicola TUB GOVERNOR OF
may 3m Children or Adults. Land Comp.tnv.WofSESc&7T2R2SanIE.Wlo. Tie :T.'TJ OF FIOH1DA.
10,1S19. j
such February
and of transportation -
certwnty security nULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, (jl WHEREAS. I is required by law that .lie-

; norshMlariy to purcha-e) new out,contractor ore at a l.ereiflerbe aluation; the required Notice. Will PREVENT Consumption, and ct'AE.1 eases of :K 4. S ', T 2, R 2, S and E..OWIW unknown. I. t? lion be in this State or. the firs 1 Monday

toclc or ehick cf previous contractor fur theMine entitled to Colds, Asthma,Spiuin.ol moo Pinl the Side. E J S 4, Sec 26,T J.R I. N and W.owner unknown ; nn5a7hBefirt.f? for M a Register of Public Lands, to bold
any creditors, legatees, and persons Com
ALL Shortness of al Pulmonary j j Otober. IS30; aio. for
route. .' in the estate of Wil'iam Goodman, plaints. W J lot No. 100, lying :and being in old plan city I i Judges of Probate? for the (.yerl l Counties, lo hold
OBidders will be to read the forms I late of Jefferson County, dccea"ed, are hereby noti- -A LO- unknown. ti the first Monday of October
( : (lCfut. in bottles it is six of Tallahassee, owner 1851.and for Justi-
toihis. I led to exhibit their claims and demands within two DR. HULL'S FEVER ANDAGUE PILLS, 71' Extract is put up quart : I of the Peace for each Distiict
and instructions appended d\'ltIKment.- and warranted I.ot No. 2, trac sec 13 ; lots 1 and 2, fnc see 23 ; cps in the several Coun
They are requeued to tate, in their proposals! the ears from thi date or) the same will be barred; and Well known a a Safe. Coitain, and Effectual Cure t"n cheaper sold.pltfla"tt.It disease without t'unut.inpuriiigsickcniagor supe-. section 21 t ; W J, and N E 4 of Sc 2;, and lots No. ties! to hold for two years,(all of said officers to con

moey which they intended to corey: !the mail.- a11 "persons indebted to the estate are requested to for Fever and Ague Chills anJ Fever, I Intermittent nor to an!/ cures patient.IIIE I. ', 31, 5, 6, and 7, of Sec. Township 2, Nof tinue in office till their successors shall! be elected

the size and weight cf the mail: <>r the make immediate pa\ment to the undersignedWM. and all other Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-Jive dtbi/itat/ R 1 W., containing 2131 acres, purporting to be- and qualified:)

ipecd| called for in Ihe schedules, shall roquiie it, WEST. ) Qualified: Cents per Box. great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla |lon to Albert A. Pickett and John H. Gindrat. I IT I HEREBY ORDERED That the said election

the contract will b made for coach, "t(3nb08t. or JOHN M. S ITI J E eculors. The aboe Medicines, fiesh nd genuine. are for Jl. overall other medicine U, that whilet W iof N W4 of 17'I'I 1 I. R 1. Sand E. belon"in' I.be held throughout I the Stateaccordingtolawand

railroad convejance.ts the case may' be; and,con- Jefferson CountvFebruary '.'. 6 SW sale by LEVIS &AMES. eradicates the disease it invigorates the body. I to estate of &c. Branson fur taxes due foryears the officers whose duty i is to cider said election

.cuently. such rou'el"i i.l 1 be let to bid proponing Talaha.see, Fa. is one ot the very best Spring and Summer redline: ( and 1S4 will take notice hereof. .

,\h of conveyance. In all other casts the. A Card. For certificates of othtr information ever known ; it not only purifies the whole !)'stI Section S-5IS-G.IS.t 15,T 1. R 1, N and.E., purporting to belong Witness my hand and the great seal of the State

routes "i be assigned Jo bid proposing the cheapest concerning the above l'Iedicinessee future and strengthensthe person bul it creates new, pure to W. G. Gould. given at the Capitol,this 20th day of Janv

moe If transportation.TJROPOSALS Dr. J. 1Dln.nl oflers his profisionatseni. advertisements, and lalphets! uhich way be ob and rich blood; a power possessed by no other med. JAM ..m W. SHERWOOD, [IE.\L] ary A. D. 1849, and or Ihe Independence.
to the citizens ol Tallahassee and stirround- of the Agents. icine. And in this lies the grand secret of its wonderful Assessor and Collector Leon County. of the United States the 73d

for earning the mails of the United ingcouItry. OfcCatlhe plantation of Gen. John tined IS,1S49. 3:; success. It has performed within the last two October Tax 21, 18(3. 14 ts WM. D. M03ELEY year.Governor.

JL Slates from the Ut day of July, 1549,to the:Oth P. Duval I,one 10rtb of this city. ------ ---- --- years, more than 5O.OOO cures of severe cases of Attest :

of Jane, 1S51, inclui, in FLORIDA will be received Fcbiuary JO, 6 Drugs, Medicines, &c. disease; at least O.OOO were considered incurable.It Tax Collector's Sale. A. E. MAXWELL, Secretary of Stale. !
at Ihe conlract office of the Post Ollice! Department ---- has saved the lives of more children
Ihall.OOO 20,1S19.
V virtue of the vested in January 3 2m
in the city Washington, until 9 a m. of Last Notice save one. EDWARD BARNAKD, JR., put season, in the city alone.- B authority me by 1\\
have this levied
the 4th April. 1S19, (to be decided by the 24th day LL persons indebted to t the subscriber*,are earnestly -- received, by the late arrivals, a More than sale, before the day Court House upon, andyi expose of Tallahassee MILLER & BROKAW'S
vf A"iil, 1549,) on the routes and in the manner and A IJAS of Chronic Rheumatism
invited to call and their ac- T addition his stock of GENUINE 3,000 cases ;
arrange te en t the first Monday in June next,the follow
time herein 'ptci ed. viz: ciunts previous to the 15th March,or they)' will find DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of 2(1) cases of" Dyspepsia; ing property.or so much thereof as will pay the State : Li\cry.& Sale] Stable,

FMHUDI. cost add.d them. BLOOD &FOSTEII.Fcbruaryl7,1S19. ______ which are of good quality, lotcfor Cth. cases o Generat De.ity[ and want of Energy; and County Tnt due by the owners thereof for the I .
7,000 of the ( complaints TALLAH..tUEE. FLORIDA.subscribers _
7 3w Also on hand a general assortment of the follow cases ; wit p ,

51Z)From' } Milol county at G :and ro Wednesday Nat hanvilhe ins, which are warranted genuine viz: 2.UOO( cases ot Scrofula ; year Lr.ts 184S.Nos., to 10, and: part of 175, and 7C, O. P., and TIE have moved up to Iheir fpe-prcO
Rowan Tonic Mix 1,300 cases of Liver Complaint ; Stables, and take this
To by 0 p m next day, 75 miles Buggy for Sale. luuck'Jlanect .Improved 152.: : N. A. of Tallahassee, belonging to Anderson form
Satablum3 of Wild Cherry, BrandrethVPills 2,000! cases of Diseases of t the Kidneys and Dropsy; their friends and the public generally of the I
Cam Friday and in nest GOOD SECOND HAND BtJGGVfor sale. Peeler.
c Celebrated 2,000 of Ihe Gravel Being thankful for the liberal
day. ONE Apply to J. R. FORTUNE:, Sherman's Catharti. Camphor C.Se ;Jaundice Lots Nos. 81, 82, 83, SI, and 55, N. A. of city of have heretofore patronage they
of the Yellow received
and Dinner ? cases ; they solicit
Worm Cough jionpiand'sCelebrated a I
3513. From Milton at f> a rn Wednesday 17 1349. ts. 1,00 belonging to Charles F. Mercer.
Agent. T.1h.hasee. of the
By Alaqua and Uchee Anna February) Fevcrand,Ague Remedy Lucenia Cordial\, 1.5J cases of I the Dropsy ; JAMES W. SHERWOOD, same, and pledge themselvetospare no pain
McMunn Elixir S.OOO cases of the Consumption for the accommodation of those who
Thompson's Eje Water of Opium, may pat ronia.,
To Marianna, by 0 p in Friday, 1 25 miles Long Cottons wanted. Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon County. them.
of of dilates of the viz Their Stables situated
Sands Sarsaparilla, Fever and Ague Pill, And t thousands cases blood : are on Washington
And back between G a Satuiday and G I Turer': November 13, IS 13. 19 ( i
U pro 00 DALES Koller-girvd S<>a Wand Colon I. Tyler's ditto, Gordon's Billions and .\nli.DSfwpti.. Ulcers, Erysipelas Salt Hhur, Pimples on the tIn Suae. in the most convenient part of the town,and .

Monday.Proposal embrace Hill and Holmes are wantd, tor which the full value will I Pills, Beckwith's Peers' Face, Scald Head, Tetter, Neuralgia, &.C..C., together Chancery.IN and convenience, they cannot be surpassed
to Orange \nti.DIlpti
also end I be given by S. F. IJURNEY.Fibruar : Spencer's Pills, i S. P. Towiuend's I with numerous case of Sick Headache. Pain. by any Stables in the Southern ccuctrv..
Valley will be considered to at MADISON CIRCUIT COURT.
Uchce Anna ; }Ilropa 1 > 17, '19. celebrated! Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 per in Ihe Side and Chest,Spinal A fleet ions,&c. &c. November 19, IS-IS.- 19
--- -- -- ------ This i ii the most succesful medicine known in Theodore Administrator of Thomas Liv-
: iottle. AUn, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from Jartridge.
From at 63 m rriday
35H.To Geneva Alaqua, by .; p m5 miln NOTCE-\l i person* indebted notified to the that firm of pine Citric or Lemon Arid far preferable for the diseases: t the Kidneys and Dropsy,and all affections ;g510n, deceased, UNITED STATES
hereby they
AI.bama are sick or use (than (that usually sold, I.ondonPorler. of the Urinary Organs. Several thousand cases have vs.
And back 6 am and next thy.Quere. ordinary
Lel\'en Opm are required to settle their accounts and notes with &c., &c. been reported :3 cured when all other remedies have The Widaw, Heirs, and Creditors of Thomas Livingston Wholesale] Clothing Warehouse.
Whether route is nece""ary, in case of : '
out delay)', and that, i in default thereof, proceedingswill failed. deceased.
the one, (No. 3513: tin-re being. June 10.ISIS... 4 ..
Jetting preceding be instituted at the next term of the courts.-
-- ---- Hundreds of casea of Fits Nervous Diseases, I-N obedience to a Decree ot the Honorable Court LEWIS &. HANFORD
hOW a route in operation bttAccn Geneva, ALbama, Payments m. y be in&de to the undersigned, or, to For New York.rpulF. originating in Debility have :nt entirely cured.and L of Chancery in the above cause notice i is hereby I ,

and Uchee From Anna.Marianna Francis: H. Fhce, their acent. thou ards of cases of D'senlerDiarh( and Sum- given to all creditors of the late Thomas Livingstonto I IVos. 232 '236 Pearl Street.
3515.: at
JAMES ARCHER. ) render to the undersigned, as Master in Chancery t (Between Fulton-st and
mer Slip,)
To Ochesop, Calhoun COU .s"lnees.Ftbrl'IY Complint. Burin
ty .
LOWELL 10LEBIWOI 5 CAUTION. {for the County of Madisonon or beore: the last Mon NEW YORK ;
And bark
: 17, IS fJCJ-: Look out for Iinitations.-Unprincipled persons day ((26th) of'March next, IS 19, the amountsdates, ,
Bidders mill state distance, and also a chr JAY! : ASSORTMENTCLOTJIIXG
and and character fcf their claims and have
connect at Ocbcbce with the route from Ajuldciucolato have copied our labels, put up medicne in they hereby
Chattahoochie. Notice. HEGULAl LINE OF PACKETS between the same shaped bottles. See that taeh Holle has notice to file the same in my office on or before the

3516. From Tallahassee at C a Monday: SIX weeks after date I shall apply to the Judge J. Si Marks and Newport, will the written signature of S. P. TOWSE. D. date above mentioned, when I will proceed to holda IX THE
Ben Haden t and for the County Gad.-dcn for l let'eis of commence running at the opening of the fall trade N. IL-Pcrsoiis inquiring for this medicine should reference to ascertain such information as will enable UNITED STATES.

To By Sopchoppy, b,>Shel p in.Point 45 miles 1'.1 tuut administration on the estate of Alexander Mcher, and continue throughout. the entire year, viz: not be induced to take any other. Druggists put up me to report a legal distribution of the essets Adapted to the Southern and Southwestern 3farkat.Iii .

And back iietvxeen 6 a in and 6pm next day late of .&id County. WM. II. FORESTER. Brig WARCALLA' ;cn, Iter. Sirsiparillas,and of course prefer selling their own, of the estate of said deceased among the creditors the article

3317. From St. Marks at 0 a ThursdayBy Fvbruaryl7,1S19. 7 OCILLA, do. others hare purchased. that put up in small bottles, to the Court. Dated. 13th December, 1813. I ufSIUR'.S

Newport, Waciasa 1, and Marion LUCY. to m r. do. and because they make greater profit, recommend JOHN C. McGEHEE, AND nUA".EUS.

To Monticello. by 'i; p m, 4'J' miles HMO.N TOWtr. MARIANO U. PAPV.TOWLE I SUWANNEE, C11k. do. (new,) them-do not be deceived by any-inquire f fur Dr. Master in Clnnccry for Madison County.January I We.keep.an endless varielv.AL .

And bark between 6 a t and 6 p next day.' & PAPY, WACISSA, Perry), do. (new.) Townsend'jj, and take no other.' 27.1S494 0 THE MOST LXTLSHVZ 3. rJ.CClU'es
I These Brigs are built in the mo-t substantial! man- Principal I2 ti i Fulton pt.,Sun Building, N.
to at intited.
Proposals commence Newport are Ofce.
35J5. From (!uinc)' at 'J a m Friday .Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, ,I ner cypressly- for this trade, and are commanded by Y., 10", r.arl street, Albany, and for sale by Notce.SIX OIL CLOTHING ;

By Rocky Comfort formed an association for the Practice careful and experienced Captains. Freight and pas oil the principal Druz i isfs and Merchants generally months after sh31 apply to the Hon ASD 1
To Reform":by 12 m, 10 miles wi attend the several Courts' of the sgeat the lowest rates. Agent*- I throughout the United States, West Indies, ant the :) J Judge cf Probates the County of Gads CO\ERED HATS

And back between Cam and 51| a tn. Middle Florida, and in the Di-lrict CowL COE, ANDERSON t CO.. Canadas. ten for letters of dismission as Executor on the es- Word.'

Proposals to embrace Srrludo will be considered. of the U. S at Tallalas',2. .\1 business. entrusted 10 Heaver street New York. A fresh supply of the above valuabled medicine of Samuel Strickland, dec'd. late of said. county.H. Plain and Fashionable Clothing of all!! kind..

3519.; From Quincy at I:m Wednesday: to heir care will receive prompt attention. JOHN DENIIAM.McNAUGHT jUt received and far sale who'e-ale ar.d retail by H. STRICKLAND, Executor. LEWIS & HANFORD.

To Secludo, by 3 p mzniIesAndbackbttwcen ( }- Office in the Capitol. &ORMOND, EDWARD BARNARD, Jr. J.innarv 27. IS49.. 4 .Vw. 252 4256 Pearl 31.

Sam and 11 a m. February 17, 1S49. 7 Newport. D. LAUD. Newport.November --- December 23, 1 lj4! -?. 23 3ui
Newport, August 12, 1919. -1 ISIS., 17 (CrnSTATK LEWIS AMES
35',0. From Jasper at t 1 m Monday 1, & '-
------ --- --------
---- In Leon
By Blount'd.Ferry ai
To Centre iase. Ga., J(p m WcilnesJaj, 1) ECEIVED per Brig Wacil :. For sale 1 by : DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS. SPRING TERM, 1S49.Thousfin .
supply daily ex- .
100 SI\L. En Middle Jmlirial of na.Gs1sLiu .
mllt IX JOHN DENHAM.Newport A ; Circui Lumpkin. Agent for)
I 1
for sale by I Toilet Articles Perfumery if. Window GIas.<
And back between Cam Thursday and 6 p in Feb. 21, 1919. 8 peced McNAUGIIT & ORMOND. co.---r:1 'i'c.'us, 143. PAINTERS', j Robert Lumpkin 1t3dmer.[j
Saturday. AND COLORS,
I IN CHANCERY, ) WilIiamnlI.ArmisteadandJohnIi. BRtUIES I $90.
:::J. From Pilatk at 'a in Friday Guardian's Sale. Newport, November IS, 154S. ]JSGndsilcii Armibtcad, Cumps.anJ Apothecaries' Glass \Varc, &c. William Carpenter. j (!$1 SCO.fjnilC .
To Nownansville b 6 next 57 miles ----- I above constantly on hand: ,and for sale at the '
) p m day, THE defendant and all others interested will
N MONDAY, the 2d day of April nxt, will Co. Tax Collectors Silc. t
And ba* between Gam SUrh),and Opm O Allen B. & Matilda market prices. I _Jt. take notice of the institution of the above II
be bold at public auction, for cash, before the Y virtue of the power tested in me by law, I IJJ Spoutier LEWIS AMES. suit
day. Court House door in the City of Tallahassee, LOT I Eclvtccn j W. his wile,& John E. Jo'.n- & : by attachment, and appear and plead to the declara-
for Sale fur Cashbefore the Couit
Propos1 to commence tt Orange Springs will be expce : Si I R. A. Johnson Talaba ;.e. November 20, 1547. IS : (ion filed in this case within the time
No. G5., in the original plan of f lid city, situated on door in the town oi I Quincy, on Monday t the son. .Illam --- -- prescribed b! ,
( the of Calhoun and Pcnsacola streets. Said t \ the nfed defend law. U. GRAY
35W. From at corner 16th day of April next, the f lowing decsribcd"properly Pure Sulphate of Quinine. I r.
A1ator. Lot is SG3 : be sol J fertile benefit of I ant being a uiiacr, JJrftitJanls. Attorney
by : I much thereof
or so State and Plintif.
To 13.1nd:1 In y iii: have on hand two hundred and
tlc slbscriLer December 30
the heir of deceased J T : JSJ5. 24
Copcland, by taxes due thereon for theyear : I ::
And back. County : fitly ounces of Sulphate of Quinine which they jl jlI
lo the Court that the defendants' in
orderot the Honorable Court of Probate for Leon "
Bid'er' ,,i t-tate tie distance i and the hour of Count v. Titles at the cost of purchaser. I The Land lands [purporting to belong to the Apalachicola IT the ao'P cause are non residents.cf the State ofFlorida have obtained 1 direct from the manutactuiers, and 1 Notice.
Conipaiysituatcd in the of Gadadrn I
departure arrival. County they will warrant it to be a article.
of the State of slpcio
CHARLES E. DYKE, Guardian. bounded North the line of d they being resid.rts Virginia.It I A LL creditors, : and entitled! 1I
by legatee f
3353. From Ncwnanstillc at 6 a m Wednesday demarcation., is ordered the said Court motion of P. W.White We have enlarged cur stock of Drugs Medicines persons *
By Wacassa February 24, 1'-9. S-Cw Wtt by Apalachiccla liver, Smith by the COUII' of Solicitor by for the Complainants, on ar.d tho said by recent art ival and are prepared ant execute !I .-TX tlistnbutiori in the estate of James M. Hart,late

To Cedar Keys by 6 p m next day 70 miles Circuit Court Monroe Franklinand J East bv. the OcLluckonnee I ivcr. Defendants are hereby directed and to orders lor articles in orr line, at wholesale. or retail, j off Jefferson County d'CEa3ed. are hereby notified
County. that their
J. W. OG1LVIE, requirl j and demands will be barred at thaI
And back bel\'ceu 6 a in Hi Jay and j II m :and answer the Complaint's on the most accommodatingterms. j I :
next day. t Joseph A. Barelli, In Attachment. Tav Colector. GadsJcn County Ha. by the first Monday f of April ) Bi, (IS tf 19.) or that We have also a few account yet due to us for the i j I expiration of two years from this: date unless the
October 7th Iet same are exhibited to the subscriber!
3 : From Newnanmlle at Sam 2 1S47. They are generally in ; all persons
:: Wednesday ( 0 btO, (J 0. in dcml; thereot the Complainants Bill be token as year smal amounts, who have demands
x. de Ealo. t I any azainst the said deceased
By rrnci.co but if t the wholecotild be paid w'ould : are .
1adilonboro'To against (he said Defendants.And go
rn'I Hi defendant and all others interested GaddeusCoTa Collectors Sale. | corfe. < tltm I hereby notified to present them without d and
by 6 p rn next day,CO miles are : it i is That a of this far towards liquidatingceitain sums which we owe. lay ; :
order -
JL totified of the commencement ot the Y virtue of the vested in me by law I copy : those indebted to said estate are now called
And back. between Gam Friday', and I pIn hereby B power be published weekly in one in the LEWIS &. AMES j I upon to
nest day. above suit by attachment in the Circuit Court nf shall expose for sale for Cash, before the I State of Florida, one in (I.e City of newspaper Washington, ,and April 2cm, IS- 41 |'I make immediate payment to
Monroe returnable the of said Court House door in the town Monday ANN HART
Quere. Whether this route will be necessary, Incase County, to next term one in the City of New York for the of two ,
of letting route No. 3551, from Pilatka to Newnansville Court and are hereby required to appear and pleadto the 16th day of April next, the following de- months from the insertion"thereof in space each of said Thomas Jeff. Heir, Qualified Executrix.Jetferson .
the JOSEPH A. BARELLI. sciibed or si(, much tlieicof the County, 10, 1; .19.'
? same. property "i pay : papeis.-The object of) thi-5! suit i is to puti.I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, February > ( g\v
procure ,
By his Agent W. H. WALL.Key State and County ta due t thereon for 15 IS.Th :
3555. From Micanopy at 6 a m Friday 'A tht year
tim of the lands of John C. Armitead deceaed, in the
By Fort Clark West December 19, [30] 1S4S. 213m > East half, (E U) South East quarter, (S. I WILL prccl Citeiit Court in each j .
!I ling and situated in the State of Florida, in which Middle: Circuit, and in tLe SUe j FairVarnng.
To Fort Hailee! by m, 40 miles E 4)) Section twenty-oneS21)North( ) East quarter, (
.p (lie above namod ,tinants and Defendants A LL ,
Compl are Couit and United! States District Court persons \ilhout reserve positively,indelt-
9 'GII Catnaqj (N E .1)) North West N 4)) Sectiontwerflb.two a
And back between 01 quarter (
Cam and
7pm next \ interested, and known and described as the W half, Tallshassee.Monticello. 4t ed to the subscriber for by nofa
day.Propoas XOS1IAV 0 (S 2-2)) Town lip two, Range seven, IS.ili.rhr
'c N- W quarter, Sec. 31, T.3. N. and W ; N. E. 2 1519. 23 or account or otherwise, i not settled by the lOrli:
to embrace! Fort Crane, instead: of Fort jaiiem aqi til! J:>B ojXjnp rr 2, R 7)) North and West on the waters of Crooked January i
Sec 31, T. 3, R. 5, N. and AV E. half N EquirterStc. --------- March next, will meat
invited. P auo jCq uo paj\:3| : oq 'P. di auiijJl Creek, the Land to belong to Fabian quarter ; po ilie1)pay
2Jf'1nt purporting
Carare 3IT.3R 5, N. and W; E. hall S. W. Medical Notice. February 17, 1S9. S. F. BUR EY.
Jacksonville ) Jae !" ? )ou "!''n pJ JJSP! 04 Arinistcid. '
at a m Tuesday] \Osoq.L'f1UfUq
cfa .
I quarter' Sec. 3O, T. 3, and W ; W. halt S.
By Haddock'*, Kirklnd'l, Nassau C H, and !! lU..ud siq! onujunDoj! () uuq ilqeU3 J. W. OGILVIE, W. qr. Sec. 30, T. 3, II.I.: .N W; N. .;. quarter H. G. WIRT, M. P. 3. L CALL, M. D. I Notice.
Woodstock nq1 pue'niD !y Uf, In'/Uf iCq p.pai.u Tax Colector. Gadsden County, Tla. I \Vllir &CALL have associated themselves
1 cl' S-c. 9,T. 3,R. 3,N. and W ; S E( Sec. 9. T. 3, DRS.
TeSt 3410U )! sU! le41 au October 7lh, 2 quarter the practice of Madicine, Surgery, &.c., and creditors legatees, and entitled t"
MarysGa.byop m next day,<-0 miles !! 1'y! .. "llnJ (13JaU! 184' It. 3, N'.and W ; N. W. quartet Sec. V, T. 3. R. 3, ALL the prsons
offer their service to the in
JMuIJAlaadsaa public.Oih'ce estate o! Richard Jones la .
And back I between Cam and ?
Thursday 6p N. W N. K. Sec. 9, T. 3, R 3, N. and
rn next day. Caqt t furntu', 'jxau q 1Ol t Gadsden Co. Tax. Colcelol's alc.l.Y anl ; quarter over Drug Store, Monticello, Florida. if Jefferson Co nty, deceased.are hereby .'
t'JI\ W W. half N. W. T. notif.
0'1 Sep. 10, 3, R. 7. N.
Separate proposal for that pait of this route between Jill q U!.(a pue 2ulIua! puci| Ud1ai1! ][ [ B puajfiJcajJe virtue of the power vested in me by lw. I ard; W; W. half Sec.quarter 7, T. I. R. 5, N. and August 5, 154- 3 ly I that their claims and demands will be th.
Nassau C Ot'5f4' pue LISt 1 JOJ ui SJE otj.x'sjaui shall for tale for Cash, L expiration of two years from this date unless thu
II and St. tre int ited. TfnJ expose tie ; W. N. E. Sec. 7, T. 1 1. R. 5, N and DR. J. S. BOND ,
Maryl quarter
uo XnnjpachaJ House in the of I hal same are exhibited to the subscriber
door and
3557. From Nalu CHat Friday Fji! HCD [ ) sow jaquohqni! auL town Quincy, on W. S. quarter Sec. 7, '1'. 1, R. 5, N. amidE ; all per-
To Fernandina by 6 p rn, 30 milts i d13H i d13H i d13H th.ICth day of April next, the following described ;; E. half N. f E. quarter Sec. 7, T. R. !, N. and OFFERS:; i his professional services to the citizens sons who have any demands against thuaiddeceajdare
And back bet ween Sam and 6 next t fay. properly so much thereof will pay the 1 ; and the surrounding country. hereby notified to present them without delav
pin I E!; 1 K. S. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1, R. 5, N. and
3559. Frum Piltk at "a m Tuesday Gulf Cotton Seed. Stateand county taxes due the con for the year ]ISIS: I E.- bal being in the counties cf' Gads<}en and Office at C1. Fisher's Hotel. and those indebted to said estate are now called upon

By Foil Butler Enterprise, and Petit Section fifteocn, (S 15)) Township I two (T 2)) Jefferson, to ISl'J and 32 acres. Mav29lS17.15 If to make immediate payment to
GENUINE PETIT GULF COTTON R Noith, and West N & W amounting 3010 JAMES R. TUCKER
Mcllonville 75 Range seven, ( 7)) ( ) on Dated 10, J 1319. -- --------- ---- I Sherif.
To the head waters of St. John's river (by SEED for sale. I has been here three the waters ol Crooked Creek, the Linda purportingto January THOMAS BALTZELL.Judge. Notice. and ex ojfiria Administrator of .

water) by 7 p m Thursday ', 150 miles years,and kept in a dry place.I belong to J S. Catlin, situated in the county cfGadsden. P. W. WIIITF, Sol for Comps.A creditors, legatees, and persona entitled to. I Jefferson county, February 10, 15-19. 6 Sw
I informed Planters that its injure ALL
not -
am by age dots J. IV.
And back
between 7
a m Friday and 7 p tnSunday OILVm. true from the minute in the eslaterchbald Graham,
it, if it has not sprouted. I will bell it low to Tax Gadsden cop \ GAITHEB
County, BURGESS & CO
Culector. 13. Attest, I. C'lk. dln Cir Ct. deceased, are hereby notified that their claims and \1.
3:'. From the head waters of St. John's river at 6 close the consignment. October 7th, 1 2 _ R.llnIm. DJ Gar. Lester D.C. demands will be barred at the expiration two ,
January 20, JS49. 3 J. R. FORTUNE.For c Receiving Forwarding & Commission
a in Friday !
Hamilton Tax Sales. January 13th, 1519, 2 years from the granting of leter of administration
County -
By Indian river Palos San Lucie and ._
Jupiter New York.milE to tie undersigned, unless same are exhibited
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Land For Sale within the said". two rears to the undersigned. f J u S Q

To Miami Dade county, (by1nd,) by 6 p m Schooner COMMODORE KEARNEY," shall expose for sale, beforetlie Court House A Jt.lllE CH.t.\'CEr WILLIAM G. PONDER, Executor. -\Llo
next Thursay. 200 miu .I_ )PAINE, Master will bail as above. For freightor door i ii! the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, Flo- January 20 1S-JD. 3 Sw Dealers in Western
land known the .
And 6 m Friday and 6pm passage apply) to JOHN DENHAM.Newport rida. on the fourth Monday in (19, the following rR'lr as "Oversfteet Tract, 9 ,

next Thursday. January 20, 1S49. : described properly, or AillISI I thereof mit north of Tallahassee, near the Thomas- Notice.ALL j.r 62 Pojdras Street New Oilean
3500. From \ lid, adjoining Gov. Branch's containing Feb. 3, 6m
Tampa at will be sufficient to. pay the State and Ccuuty taxes plntaliol. demands 15- :
having the.estate
For New York. bOU Will be persons against
'or on
By due thereon for the year ISIS, to wit: acts.
Robert Fisher deceased
To Sarasota, by miles '-rilE Brig .WARCALLER," JOSSLYN, Master, Also, the S E 4 of the S E 4 of Sec Township satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For ,are hereby notified Notice.
: them without
And back between J. wi sail a above. For freight or passage, apply I. Range 13, North and East purporting to belong fui t her particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, to and present all person indebted to delay s.iiJ estate to the will undersigned make im., FOUR weeks after date I shall apply to the Her.
or DANIEL New Port.
Separate proposal to supply Manatee from araota. JOHN DENHAM.; to the estate of Benjamin Chaircs. mediate payment.VlLLI.M E. FISHER I of Probate for the County"of Jefferscr.

in case of letting route No. 3663, tie invited. Newport January 20, 1919. : Also, the E J of S E J, ihe W 1 S W 4, and S F Jan. 13, 18-9. 2 i ROBERT W. FISHER,, for leave;to sell the real estate cf; James Sloan,

B, HitchepucksaMa and Fort Gallin Flour, &c. Ihe W i of the N W 4, and the N Ejot 1 the N W r Confectoner inform his friends' and deceased.JAS.. R. TUCKER.

To lllonvie.by t l p m Thursday 1 100 miles RECEIVED per Schooner Randal Marshall, 4 of Sec 36, Township I, Range 13, North and East, i.J- the public generally, that he has on hand, and Notice. Sheriff, and ex officio Administrator.

Gam Friday and 6 p m 3) planting) ) purporting to belong) to the Union Bank. is constantly manufacturing, \NDIE all kinds creditors legatees, and persons entitled to Jefferson County, February W, lS4! 6It
Sunday. superfine Flour, Also, lot 10,3 of fractional sect ion 7,in Township such ALL
35(52.( From Jacksonville at 3 a Monday and Thurs sale 1, South of Range 17, East, laying on the Suwannee as: ibulion in the estate of Robert Fisher,deceased Notice.
I 50 sacks Salt, for by PEPPERMINT, LEMON: DROPS, are hereby that their claims ard demands -I
day JOHN! DENHAM. River, purporting to belong to S. B. Thompson.Also CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY will be nofiftl months after date, I shall apply to the Hon.

To St. Augustine by 12 m, 33 miles Newport, January 20, 18t9. 3 the S W 4 of Sec 1, Township I, Range: 13, WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY from the granting of letters of expiration administration ol two years thennder.ifnt SIX of Probate for the County of Jeifersou fit

And back. between 7am and 4pm next South and East, purporting to belong to William J. HOARHOUND- ; unless the same are exhibited: within t tl letters of dismission as Executor of William H.!
Notice. Mills. And various others them several that I.thcn.1te of said county, deceased.
are the
to make closer connexions with steamboat WILEY LEE Tax Assessor among years to mulersisned. :
at Jac1on'ie will be considered. ALL persons having demand.against the cstute of and Collector for Hamilton County 1S4S. useful for colds and cou hs.and is prepared to manufacture 4 WILLIAM E. FISHER Jefferson SOLOMON 1 MATHERS.
Graham deceased any and all kinds that may be both ROBERT. FISHER CountyFebruary 1.1S-9. 6 6m
: St by Smyrna) Indian River, are hereby notified October, 1849. : ocret. I
1Notce. wholesale and retail.
San Jupiter, Miami Key Largo to present them without delay to the undersigned December 30, IS 13. 21 8vr Administrators. !
Indian Key Key West, Charlotte Harbor and all persons indebted to said estate will lie i U alto prepared to carry on Baiting! in all its Great Bargains.

Sarasota Cedar make immediate payment.WILLIAM. branches from the plain Loaf of Bread, to I the most Wakulla Circuit Court.IN -
Tampay, Key, St. Marks, months after apply to (the) Hon.
G. PONDER SIX exquisite Cakes and Pies. Pal and the publiccan SELLING OFF AT COST IAT
Apalachicola, St. and St. An. tit
Joseph's of Probate for (ha County of Jefferson, FOR RELIEF.
{ drew', to Pcnsacola, miles and back, January 20, 18.9.. 3 6t Executor. fo letters of dismission Administrator tie lion is always accommodated by giving t timely notice CIACEH\-H. the Store of L. &II., GREENBERG &Cf..
the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson street, Henry Walker Complainant,
twice mouth in steamboats.Separate a
a offered the of the
of Far uhai
said season.
"01 ] Macrae late of County, dec'd. greatest bargains ,
proposals for section of the above routes Blacksmithing. RICHARD HARRISON. opposite! the Acionoom of 11. 1.Berry! Esq., vs. Goods of variety can be had for cash at cesi ,
1 16 18 IS. Joseph Delafield and Lewis Curtis Trustees of the every
vf ill b conidertd GOOD, substantial, and cheap Blacksruithing of Jtfferson County, September., 1819. 8 Cm a1ahSe. 2l Apdlachicola! Land Company. et al.. Drfrd prices, and some below New York cost. Havingmade !

Each NOTES. kind done at the Shop near my Stable occupied In Leon Circuit Court. appearing to (the satisfaction of the ant.IT by up their minds to close l b.u.ine5 soon, purchasers -
proposal should be accompanied by a Ruar- hit Jear by Miller Brokaw. In Wakulla Circuit Court. will do well to call early if they desire to hire
made in this
mice,signed by one or more responsible in & Daniel Ladd In Fall Term. James Oates, Compt., } In Chancciy.r cae. that Joseph Delafield
persons, January 20, 1819. 3 A. A. FISHER. Compt. ) Chancery and Lewis Curtis Trustees the best selection Positively no credit '111! bz
the as aforesaid, and Louis
following manner, tiz: > December, 5th, 184 S. > December. 1S-1S. given.
VJhf undersigned guaranty that For New York. Joseph F.t Dyer Deft. ) Bill to foreclose a mortgage. Rebecca .. Oates, Def. ) Bill for Divorce. McLane. Charles Augustus Davis:, and George Gris- All indebted to them will please I corns
i( his bid for the mail from to the satisfaction of the to the satisfaction of reside out of the State of FioriJa.anl beyond persons:
be to Court appealing the Court .
carrying appearing by IT by forward early and settle their accounb.Those
accepted by the Postmaster General, .fchal| enter intoan THE fast-sailing Brig FLORINA, PENDLETOV, IT affidavit in this case, that Joseph F. Dyer resides affidavit in this case,that Rebecca Frances Oates, the juriSlirior. of this Court but in the United indebted to the late concern in Montfcello.

obligation prior to the/rf day of July next buld of her now daily expected,will have, and having the out of the Stale of Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction the said defendant resides beyond the jurisdiction of States : Ordered, That the said Joseph Dela- will find their accounts with WILLIAM BUDD
engaged despatch for the field and
with: good and"nufficient sureties, to perform the service ; above port.cargo For fieight or passage,apply to of this Court, but in the! United States:-It it this Court, and out of the State of Florida but in Louis Lewis Curtis, Trustees an aforesaid and Esq., who i U duly authorised to receipt for the same.
proposed. Ordered That the said Joseph F. afore. the State of Alabama: It i is ordered that the said McLane Charles Augustus Davis. and George 21, 1849. 4
Tin should be accompanied by the crrfifir McNAUGHT &ORMOND. i Dler. a Rebecca Gr is wold! ,do and plead, answer, or demur to January
ate of a aid, do appear and plead answer to the Frances (Oates, do appearand plead answeror appear
postmaster or other"equivalent testimony that the Newport January 27,1649. 4 said bill of complaint or the said bill will be taken demur to the said Bill of Complaint or the said said bill of complaint, or the said bill be taken forCOflfe3Sefl S. S. KNIGHT & CO.

guarantors are men of property, and able to make Bagging Rope and Salt. of pro eon ft no against the said defendant.-Pro Bill will be taken pro eonfesto, 3ainstlhe said de against t them: ProD ltd. That publicationof t Wholesale! and Kctall Grocers, antI rnnrlslon'
good..their guarantee. ded That the publication of this order be made in fendant. Provided that the publication of this order this order be'made in some newspaper printed in

The proposal should be sent to the department RECEIVED: per Brig Ocilla and other vessels, some newspaper printed in the city of Tallahassee be made in some newspaper printed in Tallahassee the city of'ralahasset once a week for the period of Dealers.

eealed ndor ed Proposal for route No. in Bagging once a week for the period of four months. once a week for Ihe period of four months. four : open Court Dec. 5th, 1845. T.LL.\USSEE, FLORIDA.

," and addressed to the First Assistant Postmaster 200 coils Rope, THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. .A tine copy from the record. constantly on hand, and offer for sale at '

3 Generl 6 sacks Liverpool Salt, for sale by A true copy ; 2 GEo. I..BRYANT,Clerk. William P. Duval, Compt's Solicitor.A GEORGE L BRYANT Clerk. KEEP advance on cost for cash all the-sttsJ-.

For of bid. resulting from combination !. JOHN DENHAM. true copy. D. MCRANF.T, Clerk. December 0, 1619. 21 4m ard articles in their line. Flours of approved qua*

and the terms and conditionson which the Newport, November 18, J&48. 18 Notice. By J. B. Keen, D. C. ities-Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Bacon, Iams. Per- .
Contract i i. to made the last annual Lard and all! -together
b see adverluetnent. Dec. lSth.1843.1 2 Soap, Candle Smilr'
months after date I shall apply to Ihe Hon. and RIce.
Pickled SIX Sal with Fmits Irish :
Mullet. ,
( :
of Probate for the
C. JOHNSON Postmaster General. County Jefferson, sale to in Brig Fiorina Raisins, Almonds. and all other lon.l\l'
BARRELS No. PICKLED of dismission Sea Island FOR Figs
TOIT Ornce O 1 MULLET oft for leter iis Adminiatutor of' Faul de Bagging- OO Sacks Liverpool Salt found in similar establishments.
) the first catch and in fine order. deceased.
\ .Jan'mv 20. }B19, For ule low A SMALL LOT for sale byMcNAUGHT 28 small packages'Carolina Rice.McNAUGHT Store next door-above G. H. Mi-ginniis*, on \1 c.
Felrir !O, ita. 6 1t ORMOND. & OP.MONP. .
& roc
!"e1'r"r' nibir '5,151- tO J'fiernn r I ll B S C
'ut\ 1 :erpert Norember I?, ISIS. is :e.pert. Jnurv ", 1SIt.t I I )onnr l.f: I'.