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 31, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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THE FLORIDIAN &, JOURNAL I Stream, in the county Coos in said State," in the emn promise, it seems a if I should die easier even weeks passed away, and noflew ,But within four years of the death of Mr. Hen- ",Iou knew alf these; 'Louses well, .1 -

II PCTBLUUCD EVERY ATTRDAY.TERMS same militia manner therein and upn'I to he, name had principles called as out if the by ; but you must do as you think best." : clen made his appearance. The storyof sbaw, Brown returned. He had been detain prc. ,. .1.

..,... -." -.- the President of the United ben; aud to pay the I The young man Lent over his dying mot r., having refused to take fees and defend ed by broken limbs and business, he said.- "I did." ,_ : : 4

: ninfant thus ascertained to be dueout of any unap and with much emotion gave her the i his clients got abroad, and many were the What was the amazement of the widow to '. Wa.the bouse in which Mri Uenshaw ;

1: UIIKC DOLLARS per annum, *paid in advance. propriated money in the treasury ; Provided, The promise which she desired. Tender was the gibes concerning his folly. Lawyer Snapall have him set up a claim for Elm Grove a his died, one story or two !" ,4. .

THRCC: AMD A HALF, if paid within si" rnontU. lid amount .shall not exceed the sum of seven thou last Mss she gave him, warm the thanks wlicb declared that such weakness would ruin any He had loaned Mr. Henshaw money "Two, I believe." i
.'?ua DOLLARS, if not paid until the} end oft hey'ear. sand dollars.Approved she and sweet the smile whfbb she man. The multitude property 1"\1 t
March 2, 1549. expressed went against the young besaid-he: had been with him in sickness But you ImOl don't you 7 Was be in f
t3 Tbc,eteiini will be rigidly adhered to, and wore, and which was left on her countenance advocate. But a few noted and remembered and in death ; and the high-minded Henshaw the lower story or in the when 1 t '

"-,., paper will be! discontinued of the until publishers.all arrearages Sub are [No.30 ] AN ACT to define the peiiod of) disabilit after her spirit had gone up to meet the &'nilcsofhcr it in his favor. had made his will on his death-bed and bequeathed went to witness the cbambr. you : I i _____
.I id:!. unless at the option .
mail contract.Be _
d certainbidders lor
:' beu will berecened for three months at One ) imposed: upon Redeemer. On entering his office one afiernoon, the Elm Glen to Brown as a payment of Here the witness tried to catch the eye of .: ''i t _
it acted the Senate and House of Reptesentatiecs -
.jllar-tlx monthj at $1 50.; Every order for the en of the by United States of America in Some months after the death of his mother young lawyer found a note lying on his table. debts. The will was duly drawn, signed with Snapall, but Loudon very civilly held him to {f ___
.-iperout of this county must be accompanied with the young man left the shadows thiGreen It read thus : Mr. Henshaw's and ,
Congress assembled. That the disability lo contract 0\1 signature also-by the point. At length he said, "in the chamber.
.ie cuh, unles authorized! the order cotnelithrough in the State.A any of our with the Post Office Department, now imposed Mountains, and towards a more sunny I ion, Mrs. Hensbaw's complment to Mr. I ou. two competent witnesses. Every one was 'r"; .,.t k _
igularly agents .
by law on any person or persons, for entering into in a large and thrifty village, he rpcmd his don, and requests, if not too much trou. at the claim-at the will-al every thing pertaining 44 Will you inform ibe coUrt what was 1f: 4 1 ,

D V J: K T1S E :M E N T S contracts combination therewith against, shall said department in all cases,in existing relation or office ; the sign gave his name, and uno>r it, ble, (that be would call on her at his earlest to it. It was contested in court, but colour of t the house ?" il : I t t tU _

Vill be inserted nt the rate of One Dollar per square to exist, cease after the expiration of f\'e ears from the words, Attorney at Law." There he I convenience as she wishes to consult pro. the evidence was clear and the wi was set I think, I feel sure, it wasn't painted, but I

of twelve lines (for the first,and fifty cents for each the time incurred : Provided, That any person in was found early and late, his; office clean ind fessionally, and with a much privacy as may up and established. Poor Mrs. was stripped didn't take particular notice." :+" I

subsequent insertion. A reasonable' deduction curring said disability a second time, shall never be neat, and his few books studied over and ov"r be." } of everything. With a sad heart she But you saw it every day for four : ';' I U

will be made on legal notices, ebtate notices,j'early released therefrom. again, but no business. The first fee which Rose collage, June 25th. papked up her simple wardrobe and taking and don't you know 1" years : .
notices without alteration by persons having; Approved March :2, 1649. took was for writing a short letter for his black! her child left the and distant : ;:
village went to a .It t
regular accounts with the office. How his hand shook while reading the note. was no pinted. r
Vll! announcements' of candidates for office, rivi [No. 35.] AN ACT making appropriations for the woo. awJe", and for that he conscientious!) '1' might lead to business-it might be the State to teach school. For six years had Which side street did it stand 1"t '. r 1

DOLLAR*-invariably in advance. No attention service of the PostOffire Department for The year charged only a sixpence People poke well fi'st fruits of an honorable life. But who is Brown enjoyed Elm grove. No, not enjoyedit 441 can't remember." ;. :" ',

will be paid to any order lor announcement,unless: ending hundred the and thirtieth. of June, one thousand eight of him and admired the young man, but still Mr*. Henshaw He only knew that a friend for he enjoyed nothing. lie lived in it ; 44 Can you remember which way the street '. I'I

All accompanied religious: ; : marriage with: the and cash.obituary notices published enacted fifty.lieu by the Senate and House of Jepresetdatives no business came. ACer waiting" ti" hope by that name a widow lady, had lately ar. but the haggara look-t.e frequent appeal 10 ran ?" ." ;."
deferred made the sick the bottle which "
editorial notices for in bright rived visit -the jealous feelings were It ran east: and west.
gratuitously but private of the United' States of America Con on a to the who resided in '. I
: benefit, will be chargeJ as adveitiseiuentt. gress assembled, That the following. sums of money morning a coarse looking knock-down sort of! that At his family convenience." ever uppermost-and his coarse profane conversation The street ran east and west-the house t
-- be,and they are hereby, appropriated for the service a young man was seen making towards the If he should go at once, would it not look showed that he was wretched.- two story, and nnpainted, and Mr. Henshaw : I

JOB wonK. of the Post Office Department for the year hun end office. How (he heart of the young lawyerbounded if he were at perfect leisure 7 If he as People talked too of his lonely hours, his starting was in the chamber when you witnessed the .
thirtieth of June delayed
Vft are well prepared to execute Job Work, such ing the one eight arising at the sight of his first client Whal would it be up in his sleep, his clenching his fist in will. Well. I hate two things '
dred and fifty, out of any mcneys in the treasury not a dishonesty which he had bu more ,
cards blanks, &c., willi neatneii
bills, pamphlets ,
as and despatch. All work of this description, from the revenues of the said department, in success and cases and fees danced in \'isiol vowed never to practice ? He whistled a his dreams, and defying all bel' to prove it, which I wi request you to do. The first is '. I

except for person having' yearly accounts l with conformity to the act cf the seconl I of July one in a moment moment, took up his hat and he went toward and the like.Suddenly. to take pen and write your name on that .: .
thousand eight hnndred and thirty-six, namely : "Are the lawyer ?1" said the 44 and Mrs. Henshaw returned of the :"
the office, must be paid fr on delivery. For transportation of the mails within the Ur.itcd you )'oungman Rose Cottage. On reaching the house he privately, piece paper on table. 1
.. A hastily taking ouihis hat. to her loved She bad The .
once witness demurred and did i
and thousand was received viage. so Snapall.
----- States, two millions five hundred forty by a young lady of modest, yet j.
AUTHORITY. Yes sir, that's business. What can I obtained which she But insisted .
BY dollars ; my easy manners. He inquired for Mrs. Hen some by Lndo upon it. i -
For transportation of the mails in four steamships. do for you ?1" shaw, and the lady said hoped to bring truth to light for she had never u I my hand trembles so," said the

Ads and Resolutions passed nt the Second Session at one hundred thousand dollars each per year, from Why, something of a job I reckon. The 44 My I mother young is not well!, but,I will call her. believed that her husband ever made such a t witness. rI

of the Thirtieth Congress New the York contract to Bremen made,with by way the of Ocean Southampton Steam Navigation under -- fact is I have got into a little trouble, and wanta Shall I carry your name, sir?1" wi in f.ivor of Brown. To prove that this I 44 Indeed i but you wrote a loW, powerful .

Company, of New York, in addition to the bit of help." And he took out a five dollar Loudon, if please." wi was a forgery was what Loudon was now t hand when you signed that *111. Come, you
increase of you
tNo.the:21 medical] AN staffand ACT to(or provide an additional(o an number of sum of three hundred and cighty-three thousandsix bill and laid it on the table. The young law. The young lady cast a searching surprised attempt. An action was commenced, and I must try, to oblige us." _

chaplains of t the army of I the: United States. hundred and nine dolar of former appropriations yer made no motion toward taking it up. look at bin, and the room. In a few Brown soon had notice of the warfare now to I After much haggling and some bravado, i I II
Sic it enacted by She Smale and House of Rep- for the same it is estimated will "* Why don't you take it ?1" said he ; I don't moments the lef be carried on against him He rated and came out that he couldn't write and never .
remain unexpended on the tbirtieth of June, eighteen a bred lady I
,icscntatirtt Jgrmbled of the United, That Mates much of of Amntca section third in hundred und fort-nine, sixteen thousand three cal it pay, but lo begin with-a kind of wedge of about forty, entered graceful the wel. She hada swore, but, he also laid aside his cups, and learned, and that Be had requested Mr. Brown .
('on so
rflS hundred and ninety-one dollars ; -\\ do you call it ?1"h mild went to work to meet the storm like a man to sign the paper for him .
amend entitled sweet face and look
tjf; jti act entitled An act to an act thai brought his I
1 An act supplemental to an act entitled An act providing For transportation of (the mails between Charleston Retention.fee, I presume you mean." own mother so vividly to mind, thai the tears in the full consciousness of the justice of his I "On, ho !" said Loudon. I thought you .

: ; for the prosecution of the existing: war between and Havana, by way of K-y Just so, and IJ taking it, you .are my law. almost started in his For cause. They were writing and riding, pos swore that you signed it ouelf No\f one ... w t
the United States and the republic of Mexico, and West calling at Savannah, under the contract made yer. So take it. } Mrs. Henshaw eyes. some reason ting and sending writs-for both sides had thing more, and I have ) you. Jut ,
with M C. Mordecai, thousand dollars and appeared embarrassed. .
for other purposes" approved July nineteen, eighteen !; fifty ; Not fast if ilease. State much stake. It the last for the let
at hope take the in
quite so was
.; hundred and fott '-eight. presents! the filling for transportation urthemail by said line or by other you ; 44 It is Mr. Loudon the lawyer, I ," me pocket-book your pocket
; ) suppose
; of vacancies in the medical department of the arm> steamers, to such other places on the coast of your case, and then I will tel you whether or said she. widoIt was the first case for young Lou. wil! open it here before the court, and neither .

A until further authorized b)' law, be, and the same is Honda a the Postmaster General may deem practicable :not I take the retention fee. At service madam." don. It was victory or state's prison for Brown. steal nor lose a paper.'*

hereby repealed. and expedient, 'five thousand dollars ; The coarse fellow stared. 41 Is your The community, one and all took sides with I Again the witness rclusecland appealed, .

: Stc". 2. .indbcit :further/ cnactrd.' That (the medical For compensation of postmasters,one million two Why mister the case i is simply this : last of there aA}other gentleman at the Bar Mrs. Henshaw. If a bias could reach a jury, it I Snapall ; but that worthy man was grinding 'I 4
gtaffof the be increased b\' the addition of hundred and twenty thousand dollais ; your name, ?1"U
'en assistant surgeon army ,to be appointed as: provided For ship, steamboat, and waj' letters, Ihiit)' thousand spring I was doing a little business in ihe way None that I know of. In what way can must have been in her favor. Mr. Snapall I his teeth and muttering something about the 1

1 *,y the existing: laws! and the regulations made under dollars; (;selling meat. So I bought a yoke of oxenofold you command services, madam ?" was engaged for Brown, and was delighted to I witness going to the devil .

I them. For wrapping-paper, twenty-two thousand dollars Maj. Farnsworth. I was to hive them The colored.my find that be had only'hat whitefaced boy"to I The pocket-book came out, and in it was '
lady I afraid sir there
i Six :3.I .Indle further enatttd. That the pro. ; for one hundred dollars." am contend with, and the good public felt sor. regular discharge of the bearer, John Or- .
: MtitQ. of the act ot eighteen hundred and thutyight Fcr office furniture, (in the offices of postmasters) : is some mistake. I need a lawyer to look at of, :
well-what become of the oxen ? ry that the widow had not selected a man din, from four years imprisonment in thePenn
'"' be, and heiebj arc, extended so as to author- three t thousand dollars ; "V'er. a difficult case, a man principle, whom I i ,
:zc! the emplcnment'ot ten additional chaplains, for For advertising, fifty thousand dollars; and sold out, to be sure." can trust. You were mentioned to me-bul some age and experience ; but then they I sylvania Penitentiary, and dated June 15,

military pouts of the United St lles. For mail bags, twenly-fh'e thousand dollar; By you ?1" -I expected to see older said women wi have their own way." I 1331, and signed by Mr. Wood, the worthy :
SEC. 4. .ind lie it further enacted, That theeideub For blanks,went-one I housand dollars ; Yes." man. The day of came on. Great was tb w ( en. _
I ., '
i i. authorized, by and For locks kes and his tliou ai.d If will admit me, said Loudon. who !
l p< : and he hereby mail stamps, : you the will .
where is the trouble ? excitement to hear great case, The now took the
w lib the ad vice! and consent of the Senate,to appoint dollars ; "Wel began to grow nervous in his turn, "so far into I voting ad\care paper '
a Eutable: person a' judgeadvocatee for the army,to For the detection and prevention of mail depredations Why, they say, as I only gave my note I your confidence as to state the case, I thinkI and every horse in the region was hitched which he had handed to the judge, and showed 'I

blaken) (mom the captains in the army, who shall and for special agents, including the two for them, I need not pay it, and I want you to do somewhere near the court-house. the jury, that the home in which Mr. Hen- I ,
can promise not to hurt if 1 do
l.ave the brevet rank, pay, and emoluments of a maj agents for Oregon and California, twenty-thousand help me to get clear of it." any even In rising to ths case, young Loudon shaw died rtas situated in a street running '
of and that much of the proviso to the d no if on ths whole, you think it open I : !
cavalry: tiC) ; goo.nd
j lall How do do it ?1" north and south that it
tnird section: of the act approved July nineteenth clerks for offices, (the offices of postmasters,) you expect me to it to older and abler hands, I was embarrassed ; but modesty always meets was a one-story housE
ighteen hundred and tort)'-('ilIt: as telates to oflirtrt two hundred and sixty thousand dollars ; Plain as day, man ; just say gentlemen of will charge commi nothing and not lobe with encouragement. The court gave him -lhat i it was red, the only red hOle in the a

of the Adjutant! Generals department, be, and For miscellaneous, sixty thousand dollars ; be; jury, this young man was nut of age when offended. you engage patient attention, and soon fel that it was de Tillage, and moreover, that be died in a front .i '

the aae ii, herein' repealed."ROBT I' That the better to enable the postal teat) with he gave Maj. Farnsworth the note, and there. served. In a clear, and masterlymanner room of the lower story 'Jl
The mother looked at the daughter and
C. WINTROP.Speaker GI,eat Britain to into full effect with equal advantage : ,
I go We inlauthe is for that'sal it stoodin There was a moment's silent and then
note good nothing he laid -n the case just .
of the I Houseof flepieseiitatiies. to both countries, leitcis I shall be mailed as saw on ier Lice I he Jock of confidence and op a ,
G. M. DALLAS, composing one rate only where, the letter does not !" hope. his own mind, and proceeded with the evidence a stifled murmur of joy all over the room.- ,

Vic President of the United !States excet-d the weight of a half ounce avoiidupois ; 44And was it really so ?" The whole afternoon in to prove the will to be a forgery. .It I Brown's eyes looked blood-shot ; I the witness ..
and President of the Senate. where it exceeds a hal ounce but does not. exceedan 4' Exactly." was spent going was to show the character Brown to looked sullenand do ; edand Mr. Snapal tri- ;
Armorcc, March 2, IS ID. ounce, as composing two rales ; here it exceeds over the case, examining papers and the like. easy '
\ edto look indefierent. defence.
Farnsworth let that for him todo no -
I "Ho\came Maj. to you be of iniquity, and very
JAMES K. POLK. an cunce but doe nat exceed two ounces, as composing As they went along, Loudon took notes and one great I
where him; the oxen." this only in keeping with that general : The work was done. A very J
exceeds but
I four late; it two IIU l"el memoranda with his pencil. was I brief '
IN'o. 23.: ] AN" ACT for changin the location of uocs not exceeainree ounces,8 composing; MX rates; I 44 01, the godly old man never suspected He will never do," thought Mrs. Hen character. He attempted to prove that the I| decided charge was given by the judge ,
the land office! in the Chippewa land district. and where it exceeds three ounces hut does not exceed that was under age." could not be genuine, because one of.. without leating their scats, the jury convicted t,
cfctablikhing! an additional land district in the four ounces, as composing eight rates; and in like I shaw. I lie takes everything for grantedand wi Drown .
What for the
in death bed had forgery
oxen his cnfesscdthat
selling i
dit you get on 'I I .
each additional and I don't witne.slS j .
State of W con"in. progression for ounce or frat'tiot of unquestioned ; though design "
lieu enacted by the Srnale and Haute nf llfp- an ounce and that each rate shall be subject to the I them out ? to mislead him,\'et it seems to me as if he would it was a forgery, and that be and his !: That young dog h keen, any. how said o

'esentatires of the f'nited: States of America in full postage charge ; that IctE'1 refused or which, Why somewhere between 8130 and lake the be cheese I friend had been hired by Brown to testify and' ,napa II. .
moon it to .
Congress aisemllcd, That from and after the thir cannot be delivered ma\ be immediate'! returned to 8140-they were noble fellows !" green were : swear to its being genuine. Here he adduced II When his conscience tells him be is on ; ,
tieth of June next, the land office bribe sale oft the the dead letter office. and sent t'llim so. He will never1:i do ;i" and she "
113t newspapers left And so you want me to help Jon cheat I the affidavit of a deceased witness, taken tIll side of justice; said Loudon, overhearingthe \ t
public lands in the Chippewa: land district shall be from t the office of pullcatiot shall be charged with had wasted her time and strength :- ,
removed from tjie falls. of St. Croix to Stillwater in the same postage as paper to be jii id. tiat: honest old Jan out of those oxen, imply How great then was her surprise when Lou. II I in f full before James Johnson Esq., Justice ofl remark.It 'i I

the county of St. Croiv.in the proposed territory of Approved Maich 3, iSItI.I because the law this human imperfection, don the bundle of and t I tile Peace, and acknowledged by him,-so was rather late in the evening before M.

MinesoU! ; and sales of the public land in said district _, -.-. ---- gi\esou the opportunity to do it No, sir, pushed aIde papers, was clear, and when the testimony closed Loudon called on his clients to congratulate ; i ,
-- -- -- -- looking at his notes, went over the whole f al r'
shall thereafter be add at Stillwater, in the I But them on the termination of their suit, and tho ;t .
put your promiu'd clear that the case was won. ,

county.Scc.i:aforesaid.!. .Ind be it further cnnclrd, That for the _..-- J D ;0-_ .r t A. _: U .._.. -_, d ling up mother f'Irnliun.fcc.never to dn such a Ihill and )I ,:I ground weighing again very,sifiing and scanning pointing every out point t the I i, when seem it came: Snapall's turn, he demolished I recovery of Elm Glen. He was met by Mary I : .", .
band and with f'
ileof the public laud* in the Territory \\'Iit'lIntim ; \\iilstarvefirst. And as for\nu- I wan crculslancl j I all these hopes by proving thatbrugb James who frankly gave ,
.I weak places, tearing throwing offthc rubbish .,
\ an: additional: : land office( and land di&tiict are THE: YOUNG LAWYER'S. FIRST CASE.n cd to help you lo go to the Mate's prson1 I I Johnson, E q. had signed him'llf of tears thanked and praised him. and felt sure '
Jteieb cicated,comprising all the lands not included ) discarding what was irrelevant, and placing she could reward him.- '
) could take to do hat he inasmuch never sufficiently .
no course so sure as \ you I | the Peace, jet was no magistrate it
within the districts. ; land btibjwt to sale at the whole affair in a light more lumin.
3 ony Tonv. I 1 Loudon coored! and seemed troubled
the more .
for And :
offer had
lo doing. his commission expired
\ Mineral Point which pay me depetidupomi as very
< t Bay or i ous and clear than even she had ever seen it .
.:hitl be called the vvestcin. land diittict. it, the lawyer who does help you, will be Jour j day before he signed the paper, and although than when in court. At length he aid abruptly I
I before. Her color and went her I' : J.,
1 Sec.3:! .Indie it further enacted, That thPrei. In one oflhosc long, low, one- torr. uiipninied woibi enemy. Plead minority No, go sir came as I he.bad been rearipointed, yet he had not been h Miss Henshawyou andyour mother ,I'
dent be.and he ill iieieby authorir.il\ ro appoint, band \ houses that succeeded the log houses in Vermont and for oxen honestly and live I hopes rose and fell. After he had laid it open 'magistratetbathe can aid me. There is friend of yours .. ..
awl to act as nol n
wit h theadv ice andootwn: of I the Senate, a register as the second generation human babi- I (to her, he added, with unconscious dignity, legally qualified n whose band I wish to obtain. '' '
act on the principle, that let what will not have supposed himself -a young lady, : J
and of I the for the aid come, or might
a rece-ver public monejs I might
I tations, lay a sick woman. She knew and. I.'ilrs. Henshaw, I think yours is a cause "
I alone in the world, unknown. ; I
district, who shalt respectively be requirtd) to iesidiut I you will be an honest man. to be qualified to take an affidavit : and that am poor I
the site of saiJ ofhce\ and w'ho shall have the all her lends] knew, that her days were num. i of right and justice. Even if there should be the law for wise reasons demanded that This is my first law-case, and when I may i. ,

name powers, perform the same duties, and be entitled tiered and that when *hi' left.that room it The ccarse young man Miatchc.Iup: his bill, a failure to convince a jury, so that law would I should very be taken only by a sworn have another is more than I know." .

tn the same canpensation as sic,IIr may be, would be in her winding sheet for ihe grave. .I and muttering something fee in'0 Squire i decide in your favor, there are so many circumstantial an afda\'it he said to t Mary turned pale and faintly! promised that
He most
prescribed! : by law in relation to other land otficeis. left the ofice. I that I have doubt magistrate. was happy ,
Yet her face and her no justice
!|piri were calm, and the I Snapal proof the cool of his : she and her mother would aid him to the extent -.' -,
tit Ihe United States acknowledge assurance young j ,
SEC 4. Andbe Hftather That: the Tic-! 1 tones of her voice, those of the dyingswan HO lost his first fee and his first case.- I will! be you. Ifyoti pleas to entrustit brother in the law ; and the only difficulty I i of their power. Then there was a pause, \ :, .

ident is authorized to cause the public lands in the were sweeter than those of life. She i He felt poor and discouraged, when left alone I to me, I will do the best I can, and am that his tender conscience permitted him and she felt as if she, the only one who was : -

mu district, with the exemption of sections; numbered I had taken an affectionate leave of all her : in thc office ; but he fell lhat he had done I quite sure I shall work harder than af were was affidavit that was: in supposed t lo be unagitatcd and cool, must .

sixteen, ill cachitownshiprcservedlorlhetire of1 children, in faith and hope, save one-her eldest i i right. His mother's voice 8femr) to whisper ''I on the opposite si ide." to offer as an a paper better than I speak.
school, or such other lands as may be selected bylaw I Right son, right. The do : ?" said the mother law not worth a straw if any a '
mother's and my next What ?
in lieu thereof, and tf such other tracts as he ion-a son a mother's pi I ide. day you say, Mary I 41 Who is the fortunate friend of mine? i
may select (military or other purposes! to be exposed I I5y great economy and unwearied industy this be was in old Maj. Farnswnrth', and la\ to the dau htcr. are as much interested forgery itself 14 Don't you suspect ?" t j' _

to sale in the same manner, and upon the I son bad been sent to college. He was a mild, pile of bills tying on the lable. The good a I. Shall we commit it to Mr. There was much sympathy felt for poor 44 Indeed, I do not." J j. ,

name terms and conditions: as the other public lands inoffensive; pale-faced one ; but the bright eye old man said he had just received them for a Loudon 1" I Loudon, but he took it very coolly and sec"med I Well, here is her portrait," banding her i ia F

of the United States. That the President did not belie the spirit that dwel in a casket debt which he expected to lose, but a kind You are the best} judge, but it seems to no way cast down. Mr. Snapall then brought minature case. She touched a spring and it s I
SEC. 5. And be further enacted. -
had Providence had interposed in his behalf. that he understands the case better than forward his other surviving witness-a gal .
is hereby authorized to designate the site at so fraiL He been but did not me I flew open, and in a little mirror, she saw her i
which the sail I office shall be established, and to remove reach home till the day before his inothcr'o The young lawyer said nothing, but his moth- any one you hava ever talked with." lows-looking fellow, but his testimony was otcn face.! Now the crimson came over her )

the same to any other place within said di<- death. As soon as she knew of his coming,the er's voice seemed to come again, Right, my Loudon. thanked. Mary with his eyes, but clear, decided and consistent. If he was com I beautiful! face, and the tears came thick and ,. .t

drict. whenever, in his: opinion: it may be deemed immediately had him called to her room, and son, right." for some reason orother, hers were cast down mitting perjury, it was plain that ha had been fast f and she trembled ; but I believe she sur. _

expedient.Approved Match 2, 1 1549.Xo. left alo&p with her. Long and tearful *was Some days after ths a man called in the upon the figures of the carpet, and she did not well drilled by Snapall. Loudon kept his vived the shock ; for the last time I was that 1 ;

their conversation. Sweet and tender was evening and asked young man to defend see him. eye upon him with the keenness of the lynx. way, I saw the conscientious young lawyer t I ; .

[ 2G.3] AN ACT granting; a half section of land. this interview between a mother and a son him in a trial just coming on. 44 Well, Mr. Loudon, we will commit the And while Snapall was commenting upon the and his charming wife living at Elm Glen ; .Land _

for the use of schools! within fractional township of i who had never lacked any degree of confidence 44 What is your case ?" whole affair to you. If you succeed we shall case with great power and while Mrs. Hen- I heard them speak of his first law suit : \
nineteen south,of eighteen west, county
range lost it
"They accuse me stealing a shaw and Mary I gave up all for was "
Lowndes,Slate of Miii iuippi. i on either side. hec.hh'eo I be able to reward you ; and if you do not, we
lie it enacted by the Senate and House of Rtpre. "You know my son, that it has always been "A Lte.hh'c5urel! )that shall be no poorer than we have been." plain that Loudon as he turned over the will Expanding the Chest.-Those in easy ,-', '

ntaticet of the Culled States vf.Jmeiicain Con. my most earnest wish and prater that you worth much For weeks and months Loudon studied his and looked at it again and again, was think. circumstances, or who pursue sedentary em. .

Kress astanbfcd, That the school commissioners ; should be a preacher of the gospel, and thus a No, but the bees and the honey were in case. He' was often at Rose cottage to ask ing of something else besides what Snapall ployments within doors, generally use their
other authority, having official cognizance over it." clear. was He aced something as a dog lungs but little, breathe but little air into the
souls In not saying.
school lands within fractional township nineteen benefactor to the of men. choosing questions on some point quite so
I "Then did steal it mother and does when he frols sure he is near the right chest t,and thus, independently positions,con.
? the
oulh.of range eighteen west State of Mississippi, the law you are aware, you have greatly disappointed you really He was often at rose cottage- I.
be. and they are hereby, authorized to select by Ie.i these hopes.' I Squire you are all alone here-nobody daughter aside from the law suit-and lam track of the game, though he dare not yet tract a wretchedly narrow, smal.chet. and

i from any of the public lands with to he did find occasion to ask lay the foundation for the 10 and s _
.alubd'i.ion. I ** I know it, my dear mother; and I have bfar" not sure that not bark.When
not ot h. r \'one-half ise appropriated,, a for quan.the done it, not because I like the law ko ., Wel then, 'twix you and me, I (E havea questions ofiener than had it bjfien otherwise.The Snapall was through, Loudon re- beauty. All this can be perfectly obviatedby ,
( land
tity tf not exceeding 6etiet muc. lilllo attention to the of breath
Uie and support of school xutliin, the said fractional but because I dare not undertake a so that ). There was mo-e thanseventy case, briefly, Was this. Henshawhad quested thai the witness might again be called a manner _
township. sacred as the ministry, conscious as I am that pounds I But you can clear we." been an active, intelligent and high mind. to the stand. But he was so mild, and ing. Recollect the lungs are like n bladderin a L

I SEC. y. Jndlie furlhn NatltJ, That when the I am not qualified in mind, or body, or spirit, How can I ?1". ed man of business. He had dealt in iron, kind, and timid thai it seemed as if he was the their structure, and can stretched. open ,

lands hereby authorized to be selected *hall i. for the work. If I dared to do it, for your .Why, Ned Hazen has agreed to swear had large furnaces at different places, and did one about to commit perjury. to double their ordinary size with perfect sfe.
been approve by the Secretary oftheTreasurytbey I that I with him fishing- business with three hundred 6 You take oath that this instrument ty, giving a noble chest and perfect immunity .
shall the of the township sake, if for no other reason, I would do it. \'a Squaincook on an average you '
herein designated by the iohbitant same tenure. and upon the In time, my dear son, in God's timeI Pond that night." different people a day. Among others be had purporting be the will Henry Hen haw from consumption. The agent, and only agent "' I II .

sameterms, for the support of schools in t the said trust Go'l I neither urge it nor blame .So, by perjury you hope to escape punsh.: dealings with a man by the name of Brown- was signed by him in your presence 1" I I required, is the common air we breathe. '
itwtulup a if they had been selected under the Hut wi. now, that will never ment. What can you afford to pay a Jawjer a plausible, keen, and as many thought an unprincipled I do." I supposing, however, that no obstacle exist, ei. j _
provisions of the general school law of the twentieth you. promise you 44 And signed it with own handas I ternal to the chest, such as tying it around, P '
'f and undertake cause which think is unjust who will do his best ?1" man. But Henshaw: without guile you1 your with
t May,one thousand eight hundred tweiitysixFseuIed : any you
net ettfielctt. That the said commissionrior will never aid in screening wrong from The man took out twenty dollars. I was himself put all confidence in hinl. In a re. wines at the time I" stays, or tight dreses or having shodcr
On rising from the bed
other authority mentioned) in lilt first section coming to light aud punishment.I a great temptation The young lawyer stag thnc.-such as occur once in about upon i. morning .

'f this act. 'haU not'b authorized l hv' any thing The said about man's gered for a moment-but only for n moment. ten years, let who will be President-their 1 What is the date of the will place yourself an erect posture, with .
herein land ali,. eon something every chest thrown back and shoulders _
contained the
lands out of entirely
letet the ri hlto have his case presented in .No, sir, I will not undertake your case.I .- affairs became embarrassed and terribly per. "June 18,1830. your
trict in
which if having
raid factional township is "Ituatt : hIs business iltfas '4_When did Henshaw die off the chest ; now inhale suck in the .
shield whom I know In order to extricate O
there be land within said district applicable to the best light he could.! will not try to a man plexed. I 1 nI
school purposes under the proviions1he act of May I know what said she ; Lutl 1 to be a villain from the punishment which he necessary for Henshaw to go to a distant "June, 1830." air you can, so a to fill the chest to very ;

twentieth, eighteen bundled and twenty.slN. know that if a man you mcan. the laws of deserves. I will ctarve first. part of the land, in company with Brown. Were you living in the tillage where he bottom of it, so that no mote air can be got in .

Approved March 2, isw.t'.o. be died leaving a widow, and died at the lime 1" now hold your breath and throw your arms _
God and man, he Las no mural right to be The man with an oath bolted out of the of.fce There young off behind "
only child, Mary, than about ten years old 441 'T u." holding jour breath a long a pos.
If he has confessions and made his to Snapall's office. an
29. ACT the shielded from punishment. way sible. breath
] AN (lor the settlement of bad condition. By How'long bad lived there 1" Repeat these long as many
in you
uf New UnitedStatf. and explanations to offer, it is well.- lawyer eat down alone, and and his a very '
cain Hampshire against the poor coul of the creditors their beautiful .About four 'yearl I believe, or somewhere times a you please.) Done io a cold room is
Hut for you to take his side, and money, to have cried. But a few dollars were the kindness much better because the air is much denser
Bt it tilt Senate and Hotue of Hep- and what to do when home called Elm Glen, was left to Mrs Hen. thereabouts. _
t&tr/t'r! b.f shield him from the la\\ seems to me no bet. him in the world they
,t.atotof United Stale tifjjmeiiea in In few haw and her little girl, while the ret of the Here Loudon handed the judge n pap-jr, and wi act much more powerfully exrand"iDg VV
concealed him from he knew not. a moments
conjrti attemlled. That the Second Auditor of' tcftban if for money,you were gone went to the debts. The which the judge unfolded and laid before him chest. Exercising the chest in this.,
"f.Tr" ory be, and he hereby is, to the officers ofjustice, under the plea that evo. the flush and burning of the face were gone, property pay of Vdo\ the bench., manner, it become very feliLe and expansible
authorize the joys
:rUetd adjust the kcrnnnt of the Sttt ew a right to get clear! cf the law if if be bad been fanned by the wings of angels and her- orphan kept place on. small wi will enlarge I capacity awl
ry man ba a iri order and one 4 Was that village a large 0 a one 7"I' ,
and every ,
IrNhul SZSIIII,' 'Ut I Fiuted State fur he his mother hopes perfect
and talk and
sundry weak cannot again own
wI, ", 'i. 'tir: I he But, I am hear said .It didn't look like a widow's house." Not very large-p filly houses." size ofihe rungs.-Scientific .American, ______
t" .t ut1.I" .,. imJit'. .itt'l) trt i If' ,tni will ;ivo me the bUT 'oic! Bight I my son, f t. 3p

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AVOW YOUR PRINCIPLES. COMBAT BETWEEN A MONKEY & A COBRA THE ; .. < subjoined letter appears gres. Tho Colonel is a iborough-goin', .
DA CAPELLA. of Holmes County, Mississlp border somewhaton energetic
,Trardltr. It's revelations man and will stand his
ground fear
We take the following extract from an address The following account ef a combat: betweena A. E. met :at their county site,and organi. the marvellous, but they-may be true, notwilbstanding. lessl/ This
before the tu. eperimpnt"i probably
delivered by Dr. Olin, of Cot. go a
and cobra da capella, was relatedto for the establishment a Some portions of the letter
dents of the University at MiJdletown. The monkey a great ways to decde the fate ofslavery! in that

address is said, by those who have read it, (Jo me by.an old friend in Bengal, who heard Saturday in that vicinity. are suppressed for private reasons : region.
be a most admirable production. Tho ex. it from a genllt"manbo bad witnessed =;:-::--==.:.= ..:- -= do not the planters of Leon County, SAX FKANCISCO, JAN. 20, 1819. -
below is peculiarly appropriate to the fact at Puts, some 30 years ago: : Jefferson DEAR down to writea Anollicr Iflcinfilf is Convention.
and UNCLE I set myself "
tract -
The monkey inlabited a lark. burr, (Indicc) O-: The CA, Gadsden County, A
times.-Louuctilc Examiner. and lines let know that I am in the grand Convention, representing the
and of all few to you
or banyan tree, (ficus, indica) and was pre. of an eighth in and Madison County, ,
Always be ready to avow your principles and that I am now enjoying Southern and Western States
land of the living is }
: ascend it when he perceived a large of this State: proposed to
paring to old counties
of action. Scorn concealment. Put out York, and : ; the settled tolerably good health. While I was in be held in

your true colours to the gaze of mnn and an. cobra: near the root. Savannah on the likewise ? The power of habit, the the diggings, health was bad for a 1 Memphis on the 4th July n"stlo,
the trunk gold my take info
On to approach consideration
There is a false prudence, a mock every attempt old beaten had houses and the subject of the et<
gels. the snake reared his crest to attack him, and, not a single the attachment month or so ; for there we no ,

modesty, which inculcates! the opposite method. as the monkey moved to the other side, the gian, reported : this is well nigh marvellous. Our for the most part had to sleep! on tho ground tablishmentofa Rail Road from that city to f

It discourages confession, as savouring rocks where we could get a place.Talk .- the Pacific.A .
leave the snake in like maner shifted his ground, so as that day. love money most! dearly. Cotton orjundcr!
and would have us : .
ostentation, of the army-I never saw half ihe hardship national
always to intercept his advance to the tree.- route, connecting the Easternand
world! to infertile existence virtuous princi. they all tell us, has of late, paid most in the service that I have
while I ,
The monkey on this quickened its movements, The Western of the
= portions
this Ozr= Union has
In most instances: shut engaged

pie from our conduct. they have only not to Could have
; in the diggings.
and danced from side to side, occasionally seen
void much of the
is but a poltroon's expedient to for responsibility treachery rushing at the snake as if to seize it, kept it sed its and close their ears, to be houses, or good tents, however, wo could be attention of the public
to save convenient position tho 23d inst., comfortable at the diggings.As since the acquisition California. New in.
from .
well and safe to stand in a state continual: action and alarm for that enormous profits manu. ,
or evasion. It is L. Yulce was in => for gold I hare plenty ofit. I have (crest has been given to the
that the worM nearly( two hours. At length the cobra ap. establishments in the Southern question by the
committed to right, may ;
know, in advance, where you will be found I parently tired out, l lay stretched on the ground. way home. certain attainment-and yet we got about 703 pounds. It sails here for from discovery of the rich mines of gold, which arc
walked before it 12 to 16 dollars the ounce. I was in the dig. I
monkey now leisurely ,
in day of trial and it is'a reflection up. I attracting so many emigrants to the shores of
; after
any watching its motions all the time with the ut. ( : rTho them, year year, wearing out gings three months and a half and-if I had
on a good man's intelligence: or integrity, to their slaves and themselves in wash out the dirt clean, I should the Pacific. Whitney's project, though
forever most vigilance, and gradually lessening the Honor Judge something to I :
and :;
have his opinions principles unsettled I
in doubt. has right to distance between them, till he arrived within its session : ( production of the raw material have got as much again ; for we get nothing most stupendous humbug, and his labors} in I
or Society a on
reach of a single bound, when, springing: on near all of it out. I have a number of pret. its behalf; have done much lo turn public! at. I
and Three I
know what it may expect from ju.t.Iy ed business ( ) cents a pound or six-they
and dishonest his enemy, before he had time to rear his ty large pieces-one piece weighing fire tention to the subject. Mr.( Benton's
suspects him of interested the trial it-leaving to those who are wiser, I propo.
head, grasped him firmly by the neck. The ishing )()llnds.
aims when he chooses to remain undecidedand ] sition, introduced into the Senate is for road
has announcedthe snake instantly enveloped him in. its folds but to the lawyers. which themselves refuse to secure I want you to come out here ; you can get a ,

safe uncommitted\'1Hducated till suffrage men are the natural the monkey, retaining its hold, seized a brick after a session there are about 30 cotton facto just at much gold as you want. I know partly an iron Railway, and partly a Road of
sources and guides popular opinion, and bat (a part of the ruins of an old pagoda at profits of from 15 to 23=> per where there is a ledge, that is almost solid ; plank, with its Western terminus at St. Louis.

the foot of the and set himself to hut I shall. not tell body nor work at it The Route
they are hound to stand forth boldly,to battle tree,) coolly tho capital invested. Alabama is any from Memphis was, we Relievo
work to rub it ,against the head of the snake. till my friends come out. I found it out first
the. innundation of the
with prejudice, and breast Gov. Gayle suggested by scientific mind of Lieut. .
and with similar
This operation was continued with the utmost Georgia, encour by one of the Indian Chief.?, whose life I saved: I
rhk of
passion by, though its fury.at The some principles being of the swept educated determined perseverance, till he had utter destroyed cant U. S. ) : : South Carolina is pressing for. when ho was about to be murdered. A great Maury, of ihe Washington Observatory, n I
away active, influential men, of every community all vestige of ihc head, reducing! it to place of Judge the same course. A movement is many are killed and nothing is said about it. gentleman whose far sighted wisdom and cn

generally become its public sentiment. a confused mass, when, disengaging himself Go,'. Gayle Mississippi-Florida: alone stands The excitement is so great, that everybody lightened views reflect credit upon the nation I

This living embodiment and opprcs. from the now inert folds l, he threw it from him, signed the late has been diin! !cold and every one here has in whose service he has been so assiduously
and of fold
sion of reason, truth, and righteousness, acts and sprang up to his wonted roosting; place by grievously planters men means got a plenty of gold. Living here is now two I engaged. Much light perhaps remains
the multitude with directness in the tree. put on long faces, complain of dollars a day. I has been ten dollars. yet to

upon and efficiency than books vastly of more murals and- After this, it can scarcely be questionedthat paity. It is to !!, and pocket their four or five per The cold country is immense. I have been be thrown on this subject. At the present

religions ; and as it constitutes the most fi''c. the monkey was not perfectly aware of should at this (if/ very successful !) from their five hundred miles up the countiy, and the fur. the Memphis scheme seem lo have more to

tual method for .the formation and vigorous the dangerous character of the snake, and also Congress ; but to others whose inducements ther we go the thicker the gold is. I recommend it than an other. Should Iho ,

maintenance of a sound public sentiment, soft knew well the seat of the formidable power joice that this think on the river where I was, the fountain Convention meet, it is)hoped that it will |

is chifly relied upon for that function.On .- which his enemy possessed, and could in him. greater, whose necessities: are not head is in the mountains ; but it is awful Jay |
an instant put forth to his destruction.It upon and whose love of filthy lu. I know before the country much Information: on this
this account it was that the laws of Athens I travelling to get up to my ledge.
held that any citizen was an enemy to the also appears to prove that the larger an. Air.\ Edward \ really not more ardent, the comforta. where there i is plenty of silver in the moun deeply interesting subject.It i ij

State, who remained a neutral in any imp 'r. imals! unlike the smaller ones, and small birds, of Congress of splendid fortunes from the tains. We, found that when I was among the j

tant crisis or question of gcncrul interest. The are incapable of being acted upon by the pow. as Governor of :\ Indians. They look me prisoner, and I was would seem from the following article
of what themselves send ofT
I jRcdecmerof world has given to this equitable er of f."lscinatio:1.-.l1'dical Times. laid before the !! to I with them nine months. At last I discover that the abolitionists and free soilcra arC well

: principle the sanction religion, and ill Women and in body. This are wise enough to know their own ed that one of the chiefs was a freemason, pleased with tho new Cabinet.
Matrimony California.A -
is only they who confess him before men, : and he at once set me free. I find that a From the AVwr
letter dated San Fancisco, July written himself alike :\ I Btilfonl .Mercury, .March It-a
whom he will confess before the angels in he any one know why the cotton grown great many of the Indian chief are freemasons.I u'Mg Journal.
her friend in Masssachusctts\(
by a lady
I ,'
Leaven. war-having I )", or at least a large part thereof i i was made a mason, by the recommendationof An anti-slarcry man in the Cabinet.-Tho

Let every one who would not become a says : for its aged friend, before I left Michigan. I good sense and liberal views of the President
Since husband went to the gold region, t be manufactured at Tallahassee 1
and time-server beware of feeling my left there when the first and went
mere puppet slavery and the war have never been
houses have become vacant in all of(the strikingly displayed
parts is not Where
solicitude for promotion than he power necessary. wa- and Col. Frecmont's regiment.Ve
more village, nnd the entire male population has not at all : joined : than in the appointment of Mr. Collamcr of
for his If( to be is most abundant, it is a of crossed the mountains and I taken the .
does principles. they arc putdown left us. The[ women have been obliged, in with question got by Vermont to the vastly important office of Postmaster .

it is a misfortune and a snare to rise, t the absence of the males, to together whether steam be not i Indians. I was released in consequence of General. The Post Office D part.
nnd he should blush and himself a congregate nominated. : "I and I would advise all that
suspect in large numbers, in the large houses, as cheap an agent.S'ho doubts the being a mason ; j men! controls a greater amount of patronage
knave who concious grudging the sacrifice intend out to :this wild to become
to come country,
I than other in the
and live together and do their own cooking, that it is as easy to convert h\'O. j any gift oft, President ;
( which it cost him to,be an honest for will find true friends
may mason: they and the the head is
&c. I call it personal ot t supposed l tu(
am now living, or as we messing
t man. No valuable ends, besides those of selfish I Our last of co'.ton: intoy.rii by the aid cf ma- the Indians. The Indians hold masonry ,
mong !
I with a company fourteen. The experience pessess great sway over opinion,
or profligate ambition, can ever be !secured give as it is to raise one of the raw mate. to be sacred-which it is. f facilities for plhlc
of the world, men have said, showed great disseminating particular
by such dishonourable! successes ; and that women could not live together without of the steamer While, as is remarked by a'cotempo- I Ifyou was here, you could make money at doctrines Still Gen. Taylor! was: not movedI

any but a weak or unscrupulous man will! pre. quarrels and turmoils ; but our sisterhood, at from spinning the two pounds the world I your trade: just as you please! : for mechanics I by such considerations, elevated to llu! *
fer to bide his time, and wait for more auspic. Europe, here will not work at the trades, because they ant
contradiction this I most and of
this time responsible
gives a plain to less than twelve lb. powerful position
ious when God, whoso attributes ever ton has fallen cents (per ,) :
days, : a ;i rich so much faster the gold diggings.
slander When interferedwith :get I Postmaster General who hid
upon our sex. not a man: a 'tow
side with the right, will pluck its drowned hon by men, and when permitted to drinkour pool, which is ; the one pound it seldom pays over r'f You never saw such a set as there is in this 1! days before voted for the preamble and rcso-

ours from the deep, and make the conscientious Will those whom it concerns, and place. There are people of all nations and!
cup of tea under our own vine and fige from India, and I i I lotion offered by )(r. Colt: niNety York.-

and the brave sharers in its triumphs.Whoever .-. tree," we arc as quiet and as peacablc: as of large does it not concern 1-turn their atten j! of all colors. Congress does not make j I We think that four oflhff sven of Gen. T.lor's ..

covets promotion while his principles lambs. ( \\' to this business: ? I| some laws, and stri. t one!!!, too, I do not know ,; cabinet may be reckoned as in .favor)
arc under the ban, must fall back upon The unsettled what shall do. It will be the hardest
The demand for marriageable: women seemsto -------- j we !: the Wilmot Proviso ; and Messrs.! Ewing and
the expedients and resources of(party, which be for This is the ernmental ... i fend! off." The population here are getting i Collamer known zeal.opponenlsofthe .
as great as goods. only will restate the facts as we understood j are particularly: as
is framed and held together by W.n
always compromises
lc awful bad and it is caused that
effect. in to by
in the world were women arc some I ; oils institution : It
country properly understand them, and will respectful.! ofslavery.
in which principlo is sacrificed to
appreciated. The proportion males!: in sult. I curse of the earth, Rum. If that had been is enough that is Ohio antI the-
Into this turbed maelstroom, from l) worthy contemporary: the Floridi. one an whig,
which policy., virtue and conscience never came forth the territory is five to one females is as Russia has ;: Journal,' to correct us if we he wrong. I kept out, there 'wouM! have been no trouble I other a Vermont whig, to tosettlt\the! : question of
much needed in cooking, &c. at tho gold region here. It is warm weather here no'0 I! llieir( bias on the faith.I ; .
In the summerol 43 James T. Archer, slavery nuts-ion" ; more
without a stain, good, but ambitious men, of men on her them."J. I
as the males. There have been more the office Secretary ofSlarl'. j snow. There was some snow at the diggings, I ful and devoted) advocates of free soil aro not '
and fcebU ; :
facile morality f are ctcr
purposes stration in i but much.
1 marriages the last few months than in ten : ( Gov. Mosetey! thereupon appointed A. not lo be t found.
ready to plunge.Playing
previous in this The who arc said 'j i Ifjoucome out, come with a number.- -----
years country. squaws i: \\' ) Esq., as his successor. !
-- ----- ----- i
i, before they will go to tho gold region, make a view to ; : At the succeeding session of the Gene-i'j The more that come together the better theycan I Tin: PROTOCOL AGAI:;.-It ecms that
the Jrril.-We were a ;good; } deal I efforts to whito husbands, which they soon do. I understood, yesterday, that news
get the !Roman ', )" that body elected C. W. Dow. j senator Foote had some reason tocharge OldBullion"
amused at an anecdote we heard the other obtain in the present stare affairs. Father I had had from Monterey( that they had found
of Slate and
day, of a certain preacher whose calling con. Manaque, tho Catholic priest, has informed maintaining : J At the: }end of the, session Gov. an inexhaustible gold mine, about fifty miles i Benton with meddling in the onslaught -

fined him within the limits of old Kenludn"He .- me that ho married the last month one hundred affairs, is : st"d to and Moe.1: I from thereand also some silver mines ; but on -Mr. Polk on account of the Prolo.I .

had preached in his parish many years, I I and ten white men to squaws.: The con his restoration. i recognize the ground commissionfr'l: I we take no notice of the silver mine, which I col business. We gee that he has now
and of course run short of the eloquence so upon be half the trouble of the I
is that the Indians will can got at, at gold.
soon the
before the
sequence poor ances strongly elected in 1843::;, nnd the appointee i brought subject Senate in tl.t
much needed to keep his hearers awake and bo left without) class offemales from which I Quicksilver is here in abundance, in all the
I any of the \' was entitled to hold un I shape of resolution and .
astonished. Let him preach everso well now, they can choose-as certainly no white will (' over hill*. j a cnq-iiry, it is stated
nfMr.: (
Archer's four
it made no difference, they had got used to I' condition in Prussia. The years. *" *" *" *" he took occ.sion to Mow up the late Ad.
of whatever
man society, woo these "
the ficts of the case ? Pcnsa- I
him and used to sleeping ; and sleep they marry an Indian, when she can readily marry we take these : ( Yours, G GEORGE. :MORRILL. ministration in regard to if. We suppose ho

would to his great annoyance. At last he hit a white man of some wealth and promi. England.- intends paying; back Mr. Polk for not makinghim

upon an expedient! to hring 'em up standing, nence. Some of the most ugly and slovenly \ (:aclte, in mild.T mood than when it The Next Congress.
large Lieutenant
as the saying is. Ho procured a small tin servants here marry traders who have: accu. form and majority its former article abusive of the Gov. The next Congress will consist of 231 General, whether Congress

whistle, which he took with him Into the pulpit I mulated fortunes in a few weeks. A woman sition for the us as above in reference to members, of'whom 142 have already been would, or no." Mr. Foote gave him another .

and after taking his text and blazing who hero with tooth in her head hasa raking, and the matter was stopped
comes one Laws, meets touching the office Secretary of elected, leaving 89 yet to be chosen. Of 1 by
until his lungs were sore and his hear-
away" I' great capital to begin on in the tnatrimoni- out laying tho resolution on the table.
Europe, these elected 81 and ;58
already are w-hfes,
The I
and 2d
1st and 3d facts.
all As
ers comfortably dozing nodding ap. i al line ; and I have thought that if a cargo of pected from are to .
proval to each other, he suddenly drew it forth are Democrats. Elections are to take place
thc Governor did refuse
I girls were shipped{ from Lowell here, it would not to re. JACOB COLLAMEK, (ten. Taylor's Post
and gave a shrill toot-a-toot. In an instant! I turn out a great speculation to some enterprising France. and commission:\( Downing, upon I i as follows : I 11utpr
tinues was one of the three .
awake members
the whole congregation was and to '
upon Yankee. all induce Alabama G Nor. 5Connecticut ;
By means Peggy to that Mr. Archer had been elected Aug. Mississippi
their feet, staring at the minister, at each other position was I I of the House of Representatives who
como here by the first vessel. Ugly as she !! Apr. 2 Carolina Aug. 2
and wondering what in the name pickles looks she would be readily taken by some en. lions to crush ; and that his appointee was tnti. Indiana: Aug. G Rh. Island Apr. 4 voted against the adoption of the following

and human nature, as Sam Slick says, was to terprising trader in the present biisk state of Taking( : all c holdover, % until the expiration of .Mr.( Iowa Aug. 6 Tennessee Aug. 2 resolution offered by Mr. Campbell of South
come next. You're a set of smart specie the prospects of "
the market.A four years. 1\Ir.\ Downing himself' Kentucky Aug. Texas Nov. Carolina :
of ain't ?" said the divine favorable than
mens humanity, :
that his time commenced at the end Louisiana Nov. 5 Virginia .\pr.24
whistler he Robber's freebooter Resolrcdj, That Congress has no
as slowly gazed around on his I Stratagem. ta. year. Maryland Oct. 3 power
astonished assemblage. When I preach the I king an evening walk on a highway in Scot. India.-The four years ; and. in accordance with under (tho Constitution to interfere with or

to all to but the land overtook and robbed a wealthy merchant agreeing as it did with the Gover An election was recently held in New
Gospel you, you go sleep ; I dies, are as is : control the domestic institutions of the several
moment I to the devil all traveller. His was not achieved Hampshire for Governor and Congressmen.
go placing you're purpose lish. A great will be commissioned for four years States, and that ucfi Slates arc the safe and
wide awake, up and a coming like a rush of I without a severe struggle in which the thief ken place, in time. the Governor's" The result has: probably been that 2 whigs

hornets with a pole in their nest !" lost his bonnet, and was obliged to escape, leaving though Again" ap and 2 democrats are elected to Congress.The proper judges of every thing appertaining tr

-- --- it in the road. A respectable farmer happening loss of over docs not hold over, but was re their own aflairs, not prohibited by the Con.
Senate is 61 members.
Improvement in Alabama.-The Mobile to be the next,passer, and seeing the they counted on the ground that the legislature, composed stitution."

Tribune says : We are glad to learn that bonnet, alighted, took it up, and rather imprudently ces of duty it was to fill out Mr. Archer's tin- Of these, 33 are Democrats, 27 are Whigs, The resolution was adopted vote of

another entci prise, calculated develope the put it on his own head. At this instant colors are also term, did not mineral of this State has been the merchant 131 to 3-the nays being John Quincy Adams,
resources just man came up with some and the : : ( .\.- democrat succeeds Reverdy Johnson of
until Mr.
put into operation. Extensive iron worksat assistance, and recognizing!: tho bonnet, charg. such victories Downing's term com Vance of Ohio, and Jacob Collamcr of rer-
Maryland, by Executive appointment, who is,
least so intended to be-have recently been ed Ibo farmer with having robbed him, and If the legislature had elected any mont. The propriety of a Southern Presidentas

established in Shelby county, about four miles took him into custody. There being some Continental that uncxpircd term, ofcourse he would however, not included in the 33 democrats ( we were told before the election Gen.Tajlor .

from Columbiana, and near the Coosa river. likeness between the two parties, the mer. taken by Rucsia commissioned ; but, failing to do above enumerated. From this it will bo seen I '
would be
This location is In the belt of country traver. chant persisted in the charge, and though the fence to Italian Governor did that there will be a clear Democratic major. ) calling his Cabinet as

ting the middle part of I he State, containingmore respectability of the farmer was admitted, he sy feeling, and not conceive{ any great I in the Senate one of his Constitutional advisers a man entertaining .
ity offire.Flue
mineral wealth, wo verily believe, than was indicted and placed at the bar of a Supreme affairs, in to do what in that case the con. : views hostile to so plain and simple

the whole California. Iron, coal, marble, Court, for trial. The Government The English required of him-viz, fill the vacan. in (iuiiicy. I proposition as the above reolution contains,
n .
limestone, &c., &c., exist in great abundancein witness, the merchant, swore positively as to cent within the .
We are sorry to have to record the misfortune is a matter, we apprehend, about which thero
this range, and in time an immense amount the identity of his bonnet, and deposed like.
capital, machinery and labor will concen- wise to the identity of the farmer. The case The \ ; Warning. which bcfel our sister town, Quincy, on can be little difference! opinion with Southern

trate there lo render it available. Even was made out by this and other evidence, ap. Wo know a speech lately made at New Haven, the night of the 23d inst. By a fire, whichis men.

should the improvident system planting con. parently against the prisoner. But there wasa can better Potter of Yale believed to have been the work of a negro The abolitionists in his own State chuckle

tinue until our best soil!! wholly exhaust, Alabama man in Court who well knew both who did for College, we clip the belonging to Mr. Wm. Forbes, she lost her
bing exult his
will then, possess the real element of and who did not commit the crime. This a : paragraph : ant over appointment with evident

wealth to an extent sufficient: to render her in was the real robber, who advanced from the the above : heart bleeds as I remember tho fate Presbyterian Church, a new and handsome delight. The Bellows Falls Gazette, whig..

less than a quarter of a century the mistress of crowd, and seizing the fatal bonnet, which Tho of my early companions, who started building, and also the adjacent house used for abolllion paper published in Collamers own "

the confederacy. laid on the table before the witness, placed it Cross, whose with myself. One of them possessed her Academy. Prompt and vigorous exertions District, says in reply to some remarks: of tha

"The following extract hf a letter we take on his own head, and looking him full in the first two tho finest mathematical: minds I ever of the citizens, favored by the direction .Vermont Patriot

from the Montgomery Journal: face said to him in a voice ofthunder. Lookat the cause of lIe vould take the ledger, and go up of the wind, prevented further destruction.The .- :

'Our furnace Is in full blast and bids fair me, sir, and tell me on the oath you have columns at a time with perfect Wonder if Major Eastman knows vho

to do well. It is operated, as you know, by sworn, am not I the man who robbed you on dollar, remitted lie was the first man in America that Apparatus and Library of the Academy Judge Collamer, the new P. M. General is ?

steam. The boiler is at the top of the stack, the highway ?" The merchant replied in very copies for one Automaton Chess Player, and he told were saved, and it is stated that its exercises Let him remember that Free, anti-slavery!

where we control the vast heat, and thereby great astonishment, By heavens t you are )'ears. Who he had every move in his bead before will be continued without interruption.In ."- Vermont, scorned heretofore, is now recognized .

dispense with the necessity, expense and use the very man !1" "You tee," said the robber, the room. That man fills a drun. that liberal and very commend JuJe! pirit, in tho person of one o her sons, who,during

of wood, vhich is a great saving to us, and what sort of memory that gentleman has ; be IIAS 'T PAID grave. Another who was an excellent in reference to education, which character! a term of four years Congress, has uni.

shows that steam can be used in this with swears. to the bounct whatever features are enquires of the nnd could command almost formly stood up boldly for freedom and in op.

more propricty'than in any other business.ET .- under it. If the'Hon. Judge were to put it on the ( met the same melancholy fate. An.anY' zes the citizens of that town, the Board of position to all schemes for extending the empire

his own head, I dare say: that ho would testify i possessing the same biilliant capaci. Trustees propose to hold a meeting of the citi. of human bondage."

( The Seneca Indians of New York that he robbed him." The innocent paid expenses.
prisonerwas gone down-not to the grave, per. zens of the County to day with a view to some

have substituted a popular representative gov. on this evidence at once acquitted, because Certainly he has sunk clear out of sight, amid measures in behalf the Academy. We New HAMPSHIRE ELECTIO:?.-The Intelligence .

ernment for the government of chief.: The no reliance could be placed on such testimony, received the and tilth of intemperance." is
from New
will l have that Hampshire gratifying.
new government t has been recognized by the and yet it was positive evidence.To have given us hope they success which the
War Department. The Supreme Judiciary Discriminating is the man whose memory cannot cause of education deserves. The Proceed. A Democratic Governor has been chosen,

consists of three Judges, called Peace. '[akerl. Cure the Piles.-TakoN three o-inces shielded from like the above ? Who is ings in regard to this subject will be seen in having received a majority over the united

The legislative power is vested in a council pulverised alum and place in a belt of cot. for River and can look back upon the past, with another votes of Whig and Abolitionists. The Legislature .

eighteen/chosen by universal suffrage. A ton drilling, and wear the belt around the trenchment of tho awful inroads intemperance column"I is Democratic. The Congressional

treaty, to be binding, must be ratified by body above the Joins next to the tkin. Its and Navy \ I!
? It is the demon of SLAVES DIG Goto We
discord TO understand
the before two
Delegation stands: as -
threa-founhj of all the voters and threo-fourthi operation is slow, but it is laid to be certain. Postage:; and ,

of all the mothers in the nafhn. Pay of councilmen Life is a mystery that defies all calculation. have paid \ : ruin to all who yield to its I I that Col. Wm. F. English, who represented *ith Wilson, abolition Whig, and Tuck, Free

81 1 a day-but never (to cstced. $26 I You can never say, a. To.day is wretched, but shall wait the only safety consuls hi never Dade County in the General Assembly at its Soiler. The two Jailer, however, are choscif

a !car each, i thercfoie to-morrow must be the same." chuckling over it." I last session, has started: for California with five II)greatly diminished nrjnrilicTr j -<.

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-mCCllnK' of TritKlech of,QniucyAcademy. I r tkeAs San Francisco is bound to be big.' [FOR TltK FLORIDIAN AND SOTJIINAL.] TakeyourFanziywih.tg1oIhe Gold For NewYork. GEO.: 'v. HUTCHINS- 'I, ('

than New York within fifty) real l SCRAPS FROM: I ,
ger year, e?
: 5*
MY-A.OqJ loJ jt vJron.of4heJalJojvii; expert regular Packet Bri? LUC,Ho.raer, master.: '
of the Hoard of Trustees of late and rents is to the WalUtrret i THE AUCTIONEER ,
At a meeting : put up fig- : from the ,-York-Sunday Times is i aboie. For freight pa-tsaze. apply :!
MY ( :i a .
N.kI'IVELAD: forc.ble
ilic Cluincy"Male and Female Academy, ger. Notbin' like looking ahral. I have : '\ to JOHN DENI1AM.Newpoit TALMttA'SSEE, FIJI. _

held in Uuincy on Saturday, 24th March, pjrchased a location for a tent in frHia Rub. .Breathes there the man with soul so dead C It is urged by unreflecting persons thatno March 31, tSt9.' 13 '_ REFER TO :

I ie4D, present \ .m. Booth, j. M. V... Davidson ber-strcct, for H hundred ounces, and have al. Who never to himself hath sid, emigrant to California ought to take his For New York. Messrs. \!. BOXD. !. W. ARGTLC, D. C. n 'LOl. Jf'

G. ready beer ofiered fifiy per cent. profit on my Thi i il my own, my native IandV1rn3e ? fahrly with him, if he by 1lIE Packet, Schooner COMMODOREKEARNEY .'. Fi.uuT.J.lftn'so., andJ.T.Aacutit. t
John esptc3.ly way
A. J. Forman regular I. J
C. II. goes
Doponf, bargain.Fysicians. heart hath ne'er within him burnM of the Plains ., I
and Mountains. We 1. Paine, master will sail a- above. 1\uchtO.1SI9. 10 t:
As home his he hath .
turn'd. f
Gunn and I. It HarrisOn do wcli here. The fee- footsteps diflvr in toto JOHN DENHAM.
principal From uaid'ring in a foreign strand? from those persons. Capt. Morrison For freight,apply to ; j
motion, Dr. WM. BOOTH was called to lure of their practice is bleedinf. Lnwyers If such there)breathe, go, mark him well : in his Caution to Emigrants' that Newport.3tst'March. t99.! 13_ Notice. ,' 4''"

the chair, and 1. H. HARRIS requested to act is not much required, as that great principalofdemocracy For him no minstrels raptures swell ; he has known two sons to quarrel for say a slice --- Liverpool Salt. DURING my absence from the Stat, JOHN! F. 1 i: Cness I
the hardest fend Iliph though proud his name, will act as my agent in any bu.U ;,-)'
off settles all of their father
on the route.! This lamentablc .
as Secretary.The Doundless his wealth as wish can claim; RECEIVED I per Schooner.Lucy Blake,COO Sck in which I may be eonnrcte'd. r
following rcfolutionj, offered by Gen. disputes in this community, and we have no Despite I hOle title, power and scarcity provisions shows the advantage Salt. For sale by GALBRAITH. ;; ;
pete .
read and unanimously coroner's inquest to make.trouble, if a feller The wretchconcentred all in tdf, flftItvdlli&Jgwith. a ftmily in these regions. JOHN! DENHAM. March'.17.1549. UT2t :$

Dupont, were separately happens to die asuddent. The universal shall forfeit fair renown, N i Jtwithslajidirjg'thejr difficulty over the Newport, 31st March. 1843.

_doptcd, viz : religion is Catholic: -the masses being in favor I.i'inr dying, shall go dnurn ternal cutlet,. they reached the pa.in : 1 Y' M I Spring and Summer Clothing. -. fl fj
Jio'Js edifice heretofore To the vile dust he sprung setlement wu & STILLMAN receiving $ J
WIICRCA", the cotnm c If purgatory. fromhert an emaciated condition Now j evident CLARK are nW a
unhonor'd and at Law, .
the and Female Academy An made Introduce Unwept uD.ung"SoTT.10w that if Atorncy but .ele assortment ol SPRING ANU j .
known as Male attempt was recently to two sons could subsist n the body of a Itfontieello Jefferson County, Florida. SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a few amcles '

of Quincy" was entirely consumed in trial by jury here, and a jury twelve furriners strong are the feelings which bind parent during the journey, a husband and fdther the Middle ,such as .;t.t 1.
attend the Circuit Courts of
the disastrous conflagration which visited -fur the boys wouldn't consent try one every one to the land of his nativity II L. with a wife and half dozen responsibilities WILL ,and of the County of Columbia in the DrIJ., fcrafr d'Ete # .

our Village on the night of the 23d inst. ; another-found .Texan Ranger guilty of killing i obliged to love it The place of his ,$: would be amply provisioned for the tramp. Eastern Circuit. Marseilles, &c. J :1'l'uhmeretu. ,

of the an Injun. Next day, al the jury met childhood, of his early sports, is linked this Beginning with the baby in arms, as he naturally March :31, 1319. 13 Suitable to mannfactnrp. and to be disposed of (or : ; f !

and whereas the necessities community with fatal accidents, and then you can't I memory, yea to his very being, by a chain would that being the tenderest of the lot, CASH, and CASH ONLYat moderate profit; l :'' -

in view of the education of the youlh get nobo to serve. They it's on- I which time can not sunder. Mightier than he would probably not eat up his wife betweenthe For Sale. would'cordially call and I their old triecds and ctutoin-' ''J -Ie't',

of our country, demand: at our hands an lucky.TemjiVancc. al.s3. that of the enchantress is the spel which Arkansas and the Sacramento. Certain. I I Two,!EGnOE woman first man and rate wife house, first servant rate charac-, Cook, ers Tallahassee to ,purchase.March 17, 1549 I !.!; ., __ __ _

irmnrdiate re-edification of the same, therefore men has a poor chance in Cali- binds him lo the spot where first rejo'ced ly the propriety of taking your family with : Washer and Ironer. Persons wishing tu buy uch -

forny. If you don't licker when your'e asked, in the gladness nfspring. The school-house you, if you go by that route, cannot be too I properly! will please tall soon, as lam anxious to Notice. ;

h.1 conlidercc personal. Your'e bound to where he played his youthful tricks-whire strongly enforced. j raise money. S. S. KNIGHT. T OST. about th.first of Angmt. 1S43. Treasury '
He il revoked by the Hoard of Trustees, Tallahassee,March 31. 1S4!?. 13 JL/ Certificate No.
I ,, up or die. and in this way, many who I II' he laughed and shouted with his fellows .-2. on Comptroller Warrant h.r !

That we arc fully j.cn>ihlc of the extent of are principled against the ardent get shot in I. where he contended for the prize and gainelthe I An attorneyin this vicinity once addresseda Sale of Lands in Jefferson Co. undersigned No. 274dated for June$9 50.26, The ISIS,payment i"ue in of'favor said of Certificate the.

he loss which thie community has Eustaincd, I' the neck to save their lives. One chap who premium; that orchard where he has again man foro against whom' he had a' small de. I rN pursuance ami by tirtue of an order and decree had never been ordered to any other person S

and that we pledge: ourselves, as a Board to refused to drink had it poured down him and and again plucked the rich fruits of autumn ; .mand 'collectic/n/ requesting him to cal I of the Honorable Judge of Probate in and for the Al persons are hereby forewarned against trading .'

was afterwards tarred and feathered for taking those hills over which, with gun and dogs, he T pare no effort on our part to restore to its he again wrote him but with better auction before I he Courl-House door,in Warrant. G.
an emetic to discharge the sling from his has pursued the timid hare the pool where C'r. no Ionlitelo. JAME LUCA.
wonted I Institution which has After on the first Monday in May next, being Holmes Valley, March ) ',
efficiency an succefs. having sent him number of to.1S1. l-.hv
somach.: He was very indignant at first,jnit he has fished,the stream where he has bathed, a of said month, ali' the right, title and interest of
for the past fifteen scars, contributed so largely a pocket pistol being thrust into his mouth, he the pond on which he has scated-althest letters, he at last obtained one in return: inwbic'r James Sloan late of said county deceased, of, in Not e.
: .
J to the education of the rising generation. was very glad to draw in his horn. One of I have: Found an abiding place memory ; the debtor said he would try and dew and to the following land, ling and being in said SIX Months after undersigned will apply '

fie it further resolved. That a committee the New Voik boys, who likes joke, told I and the heavings of the elements around him, somethVn' when sledJin' came,' and closed county known and designated in the Land Office of the Hon. Judge of Prubate for Leon County ,
him if with : But to God's sake, squire, don't write the t-nittl States at Tallahassee a feUo\ tni: for letters of dismission as Administrator! of tbo t,
he didn't :
take his Christian
of( three members of this Board be appointed glass like a the commotions society, the dashings and and six acres and one third of an acre, Estate of John Smith. of said county. ,
the chair to take into consideration the he should be sent to a place where there was boiling of passion, cannot dislodge them.- any more for it will take& all the debt more or le"s, being the Southern part or portion oft PATRCK den'aced.lte, .

ty nothin' else but spirits. Each of these has been the of incidents to pay! the post age.-Knickcrbocker. t the N W quarter of section eleven, in township two, March 108mNotce.
most expedient be adopted in- I scene -.-- __ __.1_ __ I t'__' ...:A ._,., A __ .L 1.151.
measures to to 1 Some. of us begin to he A little home-sick, the most interesting, nnd these all twining together -'--- -- 01 range nve, i orin anj I.'H-\IgL .u.-
i 'vm iJeJIaine DuaocatSacoJune( ) 2, 1917. hundred and ninety-three and one-third
cure a speedy accomplishment of the foregoinp il specially when the band of the Independenceplays form a cord which is attached to Visrn's few cingtwo South from the northern I line i of aid tract, and' .

object, and tp report to the Board. *, Yankee Vodle. or Home, Sweet whate er is most permanent in his nature, DAL'AM.-A days :;o,1lr. Elijah yards running to the Southern line of t the same. SIX Months after apply to the Hon. I
I \Vitham,of Sanford, in our county, being in our office : of Probate for Gadsden for letter
Conditions CASH titles at the of the [ County i
j Home
lie it further resolvrd, That the said committee or I left behind me.- and which go where be may. do what he expense
requested n* to publish, for I the benefit of the dimisjion from the administration of the estate of
take measures to call a meeting of the j But what's the use fretting ? The longer I may, plunge into the depths of pleasure, or public, his testimony in favor of Wialai's, Hahani ofWild purchaser. JAMES: R. TUCKER, James H- Gibson, deceased. f;
we ', the more get, and the shorter soar into the heights of ambition, still draws R. E. GIBSON, AdoVr. o 1
May and
citizens of the County, to be held at the Methj j we'J Cherry.)'. In the fall of ISto. Mr. \V. was attacked Sheriff of Jefferson County, ex offlcio/ 1
time hive it in. Hows'ever I < March 10. 1S-1. 10 6m
we'J to spend him back to the land of his childhood. Here Administrator of said deceased. .
odiit Church in the town of Quincy on Saturday with bad cold, which ,continued to 'I
j j and then : tcry Ot 13 tN
only 810,000 more, hi hi for are associations which years cannot obliterate March31sttSta. J
the 31st instant to resolve the I grow worse till March, when he \va upon York, and a pretty gal, and a fast crab on the nor time efface.-We are told that the otce. "

measures to be adopted for a hearty cooperation -j i 'I'liirdtvenue.. It puts me in all sorts of good I architect of the great Temple of Diana: placed house with little hope of recovery, Hearing of Jefferson Cicut Cour. ONE Month after shal apply to Ihe Hon. .

with thi humor when I thinkI.t I'll I WISr\n's BALSAM I. he resolved to try it. He William Riey! admr. ) Jl CERY.boni dge of Probate fo 0'mt1' of Leon for ; I
the Board: of Trustees in most [ a splash cut the name of hs: King on the plastering with. .
of John I leave sell the real of Mar '
non e ret Freshwater
'laudable undertaking ; and that they give to J in a sulk', making three minutes time to Burnham's. ; out, and his 0\1 name on the stone which soon found relief-:and after taking four bottles,was d"c., C.omp. lilaE.II\I for ReliefFormy I a minor. R. E. GIBSON, Guardian. 4
able to out attend to business. He ascribes sate I 0 rl an d-t o aside;
the female portion of the community a special -: I shall write again before then thouh. that plastering concealed, so that while the go all w" Conveyance, !. .March 10, 139. 10-4w L

Yours, A Vsn.UCDuLrXTCER.. rain and storms of a few years wore off the his cute eatirelj to the Bal'am. and recommendsthose Henry DogfJ and David J &c.I ... ,, I
be that
: t: on occasion. .
present I time who use it to persevere, even if they do not a Carrow, Dejls.IT Notce. "'
first, the other remained untouched by I
Ktsolved, That this hoard will report to. Insulting; Petition. for the view of far-distant And once perceive any beneficial' result.Ve are not in appearing to the satisfaction of this: Court. by TT7ILH. be sold at public to the highest "
the said of the citizens at the time generations. the habit of for medicinesand affidavit made in this cause that the said defendants > V bidder in the city of on SATURDAY .
writing puffs only Talahaee.
'I The Indiana State Sentinel says: thus the impressions of childhood, though covered reside out of the State of Florida, beyond the the 14th day of pre- ,
tj and place! before indicated, such measures ns The petition of a foreigner is pending I over for awhile by passions, self-inter give this at t ihe request of Mr. W.-ED. DE I. .j jurisdiction of this Court,but in the United Sta'e : vioutly disposed of at private sale,the following: described :

f. may suggest themselves for their adoption. before the New York leave est, the cares of life, the pursuit of happiness, None genuine, unless signed I. Bt"TS, on the It is OJ"d.That the said defendant Henry Dog. proper.viz: LOTS No. 77,7. and 73, ,
I If : legislature asking t Barrow do and answer the -
the Northern addition of the City
Sett appear in
KexolvcJ, That the said committee givenolice |' to hold real estate i ill New Yoik without ac. j' yet when these arc torn olFfroni time to time. wrapper. 'j ; \ Bill of Complaint filed in lhi. cause within four known as the HACKLEY frTalahae..

r in the name of the Board: Trustees, :' quiring the rights! citizenship The reason (bo impressions stand forth with all their '(I'or sale by E. BAR.N'AUD, Jr.,Druggist I,Tal- months from the dateofthe publication of this order Also. Lots No. 26 ,2G.3. 2G1,and 211, also in the .

by public advertisement that the exercises of alU-dgc'd for this singuar: request i is, that the I freshness, carry us back and chain our feelings lah sEe, D.LADD, Newport, FloriJ3,and by Dnij-, f or the said Bill will be taken fur confessed Northern.addition of the City of Tallahassee.

; ; cannot become to the phces where they were received. Xists generally throughout the United States. against them ; .ind it is further Odttd.That pub Terms-One third cash the balance on the first of I
I the several departtnenscfihe I Institution will j petitioner conscientiously n old lication of thi* order be made some newspaper January next, to be secured bv a deed of Trust on
And in addition to this, thero our ; ----- ------- -
I be continued without interruption in : citizen of the United States whilst slavery i is j are DIE D ; published at Tallahassee, once a week for the spaceof the property. Persons disposed to purchase at private -
temporary and the mails transported on Sund companions, the participants: of our youthful ,. four months.I sale,may apply to Mr. John W. Argyle in Tallahassee $
totrale. On (the 13th inst., at Fla ;in the
I accommodations, until[ more permanent the most brazen specimen 1)\\, pleasures-our class-mates! ; those with whom pfn.acob. 2th certify the ab ve to be a true copy from the records : ,or to subscriber inQuincr. .

arrangements: : can be made. I remember} since Lord ; we have taken sweet counsel, the confdant year of hi* age, DR. ALEXANDER ROBINSON of I of Jefferson Circuit Court. THOMAS"MUNROE.
I English impudence we Jefferson County, Va., Surgeon in the Navy of the C. C. FIFE, Clerk. March 10. IS11. 10-5w
I Rcstilccd. That: the Tallahassee Editors be i ii I Hrougham attempted to sot a claim to ; of our pleasures our hopes, our fClrs-wl.o March 31,1S1J. I:
United States.
i requested to publish these proceedings and \i iI i French citizenship, and hold ul at the same I have sympathised in our sorrows and taken For New York. .

I resolutions in their respective papers, |I timfi to his rights and privileges as an English- part in our j jnp. Everything within, us is He graduated in :!edir inc,, with islinuihed honor Notice. new packet Brig I suw :. Clarke. .. 1 I.

The Chair Gen. Dr. I man. I did not take the French authorities I moved, as from afar we call them up in our at the early ago cf yj 1 years ; served two yearsin SIX Month!after date, I shall apply to the Hon. TIE I.'ter. hating the bulk of AlEE cargo engaged .

appointed Dupcnt, :: long to give the Noble! Lord his answer in min i. We longto see them, to talk over by- the AlmsHcnse at BaUim-.ie! with much promise of Probate in and for the Cou.ily; of Leon, will the above port with despatch. For .

Davidson and I. R. llarnis, as the committee :, that caSt. No one but an could gone times, and thus live over our childhood and ability, and reccheJ the high and unanimous for my discharge from the administratorship upon freight or passageapply toMcNAUGHT
EnglshmU the goods, chattels, and estate of Thoma Knight, & ORMOND. '
under second resolution and motion the i
; on encomiumcf the Medical Board of examination: .
brass again. ROBERT BUTLER, da"r.frch
muster enough to : a request. : dee3sed. Newport, March 10, 1519 10
Chair was added to said committee. I I' The New York legislature should inform thepetitioner i Again we love our native land for it is there who recommended him a i well and peculiarly qualified 24, 15-9. 12-6r 4

On motion the Board adjourned, to meet that they desire no dealings" with.! our t lathers) sleep. We may know that dust is to pirform the dtit! required of him as Sur. Iron, &c. tlt

oa Saturday', Slsl instant, at 9 o'dock1., ;, such an clcra'iainl.cOsientions: individual :: but dust-that the spirit has returned to God geon. Notce. the Hon. p FULL :assortment of Iron,2 to 7 inches wide \t
WM. BOOTH, Chairman.: Ion any terms. He Ijad'better -main a subject who gave it. What of that Whnt though He enjoyed but a short period his hopes of the SIX Months of Probate after tor' ,the!County apply of Jefferson to for rM.40 kegs Nails assorted t1 zes. ,, if

ISAAC JJ. I IIARSIS. Secretary.Vastly f p of that mold system which not only holdsa they have long since decayed, and nnture in advantages of his'appointment: ;tbut the knowledge latters of dismission a* Executor of Esther Korne- Just received and McNAUGHT for ale.by & ORMOND. .1 i.
whole nation in the worst slavery! but her wondrous woikings has wrought up their of,and skill evinced in. the principles and practice gay,late of aid County, deceased. Newport March 10, lS4. 10 -

i robs them oflheir bread, and leaves them ci- bodies into far different materia's'! --yd the of hii profession during his brief career,thoujh suffering JOSHUA TAYLOR. Senr., Executor. -_, j I
from California! ther to starve: or I lie l fed by the go'cr.1: place where they sleep i< hallowed ground. I. all thl time from disease, gave an earnest of March 24-, I19. 12GmNotice.- Flour, Sugar, Potatoes, &c. :

n Y r1GF.o N, IxrI1ss.: : ment, a c.tizcn: of which, the petitioner"l'r' could I. This feeling has bound u to England! with an : fulure usefulness and fame. A few months.past his 1 C\ BBLS. and 10 half Bbls superfine Flour '. t

The N. Y. Sunday Tirm.'s1as the best Cali. not become for conscience sake Yes, pray I affection which two wars could not entirely disease (pulmonary) became so alarming that he weeks from date, the undersigned \\i 1U 10 do. Whiskey, : ,f

foinia has I let him remain a subject of that pious and I efface. An ocean intervenes between that I sought the genial clime of the South,wit'i. the hope FOUR to the Hon. Court of Probate for Lon l half Ebb. do.. .t
correspondent come out jet, 5 Bbls. "Vacuum Process" Sugar, +
conscientious government which hangs,draws, I country and ours. There is a difference incustomsgovernment I that it wo'ild effect what his skill and that of his County, for an order setting off her Dower in .1 ; .
and he is Month later than ) el I William de- Kegs Butter .
a any body e.- and laws. Oppositionof Estate of her late husband HUlhfs. .
and for their land.That'b '
quarters men loving native more experienced :u"iser could r.ot. a cure. But I GRAHA 4 Bales Gunny Bags ; :
Ve commend his lucubration to all who contemplate the place for him, and all like him. i interest has divided us. Disputes have embroiled alas! he escaped by his removal the cold clime. ceased.March JACHAl 2 Boxes Oranges :11
but 24,1549. 12-w .
us. Wars have sundered us. Hut Received per Tallahassee:and fi>r sale by '
gold hunting. his J
------ 1 and capricious winds of the North, to breathe
when recollect that there the ofourancestorsoftliose McNAUGHT & OSMOND.Nerport "
1 we are
ILtrriblc! Murder Suicide andConaration.A graves !' last and his spirit to the Gd who gave it Notce. # March '
SAX TjiAM-ino. Feb. 1, 1540.I Tragedy.- whose blood! in i resign 10, IS 13. 10 : !
runs undersigned
weeks after ,
letter to tho New York from amidst the fragrance of the flowers, the balmyI FOUR ape
I didn't think to write agin before I return. I our veins our hatred is forgotten : we love ; to the Hon. Coirt of Probate for Leon County TilE Fl fill of S.S. KNIGHT& Co.if"I

: rd to the minc, hut having en opportunity by :' TriJul arren, Bradford county, the land where they dwelt. How much deep. i I zephyrs and sunny region of the South. fnr permission to sell the Real Estate of the Ute AS about to be dissolved, all who are indebted t.' \ ,I't'1.
(! a.,) March 11, says : I then must he the emotions with which j With the hope of prolonging life, he bid farewell William S. Theu, for distribution among his heirs the firm are requested to call and s-ttte immediately '
: that er
It carrier.pigeon starts to-day with offishal i I have just returned from the scene of most j to friends, kindred and home, to resign it prcmaj the same not beinz susceptible of division. ,and those having claims against it will pleasepresent .' :
j dispatches 'fur the New York 'eociated regard the land of our orro nativity : the land WILLIAM ALDERMAN, Adm'r.March )
press, horrible tragedy which took place last night.- j turely among strangers, but yet amlng im'For /,.- : thpm,M I they will be paid instantlv. t''
I send you the latest news, although there is where a father or a mother rests-where a 24, ISI?. 12hCOu \ I March 10, 1S49. 10 S. S. KNIGHT& CO. tr i! \
: About midnight Mr. Wt. Manning) ot this '
not much intelligence at piosent in this conjimniiy. j brother or a !Bister sleeps ; or where perchance lore him
None'itncw him but to ,
j place, saw a blaze of light in the direction of I of Probate, ,
There's I friend dear life whose Notice.
piles of gold stowd here I a as our own '
named him but to
Charles None praise.
the house Corben one of his immediate
J but all the down intimacy we had long to enjoy, without \ 2ist A. D. ISJJ.ST.TJ creditor, legatees, and entitled to
diggers arc kick and what He at the alarm I hoped His moral worth, integrity of heart brilliant intellect ALL persons r"r, r
once gave FLORIDA COC.NTT OF LEO*. in the Wil'iam, : Goodman.late ,
vally is their pilr e Jo fellers eufferin' with whom life is scarcely life,and joy but half joy. or : estate
re- and hastened it. He found both house t clawicil taste and acquirements, ac- .
I : superior
tOW:1fJ I Of of Jefferson Countr, deceased,are hereby notified f
miitent fever ? Sulpbit canine is much ful, has sunk, like a freshly opened I William G. Ponder, Executor
very I and barn wrapped in devouring flames. It fower. companied an unassuminjr, but courteou, dignified the l list will and ofArchibald lo exhibit their claims and demands within two G''

wanted hereAt present, bark and \\inels I! appears that there were at.the time only three !I into an early! grave R. 1). I. and irresistible manner, that won :l hearts, Graham telmert, dcce- sed, Petition for distribution years from thisdate. orthesamewittbebaryedan4. : ".n

the only. eubntitoot. Many, who bid- their n --- D-'o1d-- I, in the house, Mr. Corben and his I: rendered him, one of the most interesting and companionable "". ) nl the In.person indebted to the r tate are requested ti/ .. I I, ,
away be lore they took the fever, and who nib.Recently persons A Princely Establishment-One of the of Son Ann Ponder Jol.d.in.. Peter estate of John make immediate payment to I undersigned. ,- :
two Ions, one seven and one thirteen of men of hiage. In the relations I WAI. WEST. ) Qualified: '
years I add Graham, dccca-
went out of(heir heads. has Houses.-Ihe Mansion of Win. R.Renssclaer Carleton, Isaac : Cook ;'
entirely ----
age. Judge of the horror of the benevolentneighbor elegant and Zrothtr, his conduct was wellvorlny oi emu- Rachel his wife, and Collin bed. JOHN M. SMITH $ !UCUI'fI. f" ,
forgot where they stowed it, and come of the when he that the room occu. about one mile from Albany, is i lation. Graham heirs at law. of John J Jefferson County,February 10, 1M9. B ; !
boys has made considerable by hunting up \ advertised for ale. The house is one of lhp i deceased. j 4
the children had Graham,
pied by just in, and on Though an creni fearfully apprehended by loving
thee disremembcred d posls.: Sich is life in lost extensive ever erected in America. Its made to to this Cc'ullhal Collin Eocerics&c. S'i'i
the straw bed, not consumed, lying among the I and devoted mother, sisters ard brother, how TT being appear
Californy The rain comes down perpetual, I the | whole cost was $140,000. The walls and e _L Graham,one of the defendants named in the said RAGS RIO COFFEE
ruins, were disfigured and recognizableremains for them to hear and realize it. And 1.5
tad and painful if he i is in being,) resides beyond the S do. St.
and we sit in the bar-rooms pouring over old ceilings are painted in pieces by Bragaldi, petiton. ( II i Domingo
of the two boys ; their limbs were al.1 j I the Spring to which they had looked and hoped to the State Florida, but within the limits 5 do. White Java clu. .
and the whole .
house is warmed
newspapers, our spirits getting lower every I ready burnt to ashei. The body of the wretched by Perkins'shot I herald his recovery and return, will be known to I of the United States: It ia therefore Odred. That ? do. Brown do. do. j. "
day, and all of ut as mellancolly bottle water pipes. There are two miles of, and : '
as cpi.ders. them said defendant Collin Graham 2 Bblf.
I father lay near on his back, his body them, as the lad Was, as the season of sorrow, affliction the appear crushed Sugar .
The latukkip( out at the diggings is mutilated by the fire. wrought iron pipes laid down in the house answer the saU petition within four months from 2 Boxed Loaf do. i '

said to be a waste of water, but we endeavor I timiarlJ I was too I for the purpose. Attached to this house are and,$loom. the date of the first publication of this order,otherwise Gshen Butter,Box, and Pine Apple Cheese. Supe- > .' .J
i stay the conflagration. soon! a extensive The brigh and joyous days of nature's spring, \"i the Complainant's petition maybe taken as perior Family Flour; Cider and White Wine Vinegar .
to buoy our hearts \vith the idea that there'sa I pleasure grounds, containing a variely
up i possible the almost formless cinders were re- be to them the dark and dreary night of the heart.It confessed bv said defendant. Provided That this ,Codfish.Herrincs Chocolate, Candies, Sauces* .
dry time coming. Board here is rising, in 1 moved. could be seen that the father had of trees and shrubbery, and 5 miles of least consolation to them in their order be published once a week for the term of four Pickles Almonds, Figs,Table Salt, &c. tc. : ,

conkekence of the popular incicase by foreign I cut his own I throat after firing the house. winding carriage road. Thel le estate will be at know one that though separated from months in some newspaper published in the Countyof Received per brig Suwannep,and for sale by .. ; t 1'I
rivals, which i is unpopular. If the contains 500 acres ; 300 enclosed deep affliction to Leon, and State aforesaid. McNAUCIIT & ORMOND. ;
very erup- There is no doubt in the mind of the neighbors ia distant land, he was not as a E. EROOME, March :
lion from abroad should continue, there will : by a substantial board fence, t thoroughly paint them, and a yet J.\ME Newport, 10, 1S49. 10 7'
that he first killed the children or stunned of kind attentive Judge of Probate. .
midst ,
be a serious breakout among the Native Amer. them by a blow on the head. He also tied I ed. The house stands 0: the bank of the stranger, but died friends.ir March. 24,1S10.- 12-1m "Tobaccos. t.' JfA

icans. We've bought and for this sile Hudson, 200 feet above the river, and com. and sympathising '
paid and horse in the ; .
eighteen head of cat one mands view This ii but a feeble tribute of one who has known FULL supply manufactured Tobaccos,just re r
with our blood and treasure and the a unsurpassed beauty and ex. Lumber Shingles, &c.
yet to sitting it on fire. cherish 1iL ceived and for sale byIsIcNAITCHT .
isher carry)' cart-load afier cart-load of rit.1 bar The previous motive ofthis fearful crime is thoughto tent. To a miionaire. who wishes for a pal. him well and Jong ; and who will ever noble. a T tEn of every description can be obtained at i. ORMOND.. JW
and .
republican gold to maintain the issue of : have been a brutal ferocity excited by hatred ace ready band, this house of lively remembrance: of his many high JR- JLl my l\l, five miles South West of Lake Bradford Newport March 10, 18490 : 1't t
at $ 100 feet. The best kind of pine
attractions often qualities.y per
not very
lish sovereign Wasn't it American mettle Bcrerwyck presents I
I of his innocent and affectionate wife.He .- SHINGLES can also b had at a low price.N. Cloth and Rope. !! f
__ Gunny
found in America. Tho be : \ -1
1 and else, that conkered this mineral grounds can keptup 4 .
had often threatened her life and last B. Cypress Barrels made to order. .
I region And why fchould these undermining Thursday, alarmed at his menaces she escapedand fur $2,500 per annum, and the whole establishment Grand ..DrbionlSons o Temperance. I J. G. PADRICK. FRESH' supply just McXAUGHT received and for k sale ORMOND.by :.' ".. 11..

furrincrs be allowed be supported in true style March 17, IS 19. H-U
the foundation .
to dig of I
went to Owe go. He then went and, o frS THE Second Quarterly Session of the Grand Division Newport March 10, 1940. 10 (
, their fortunes real estate ? If John OOOO per annum. It is a great pity t f .
on our
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pretence that his wife was dan erOb1} ill, : i Sons Temperance, of the State of Florida, For Sale. ; 't'i
Bull Wants a golden let him get one for his who had fled from hiscruelty i I such a superior seat so long remained nnten- Marianna, Jackson County: West Take Notice.
calf daughter, will be holdeu at about
persuaded NEGRO MAN, '
himself and not to interfere with I anted ; especially when it is considered that A FRS twenty T1HE subscribers respectfully request their cnsJ. I .
months before to return to the the 15th day of April next field hund '
some I the price asked is only $3O,000.-Roclzesier Florida,Wednesday years: of age- -by tomers to-call and settle their accounts immediately _
American stock.In
house. There he confined her treating her M. Her. JOSHUA PHELPS, Grand S. S. KNIGHT.
at A. a" they have engagements at the North ,
.A. 1". Democrat !o.cock.
reply to inquiring friends, on the subject I like a fiend, till yesterday afternoon, when I Chaplain, appointed, to, deliver, a Public. Address. Tallahassee, March 17, 1.l9. I which must be met promptly, and earnestly hope \'

of for this market, I should say that cof. with difficulty she again escaped. Itnmediately I that fa ca Coachman
gol Marrying a Evidence In. upon be compelled to place their claims in the band of -
got up in the best style would pay. When afier he must have proceeded to carryout i sanity.. -The New York Sun says : o thi State, ant Divisions of the Order in the adjoining Month after date I shall apply to the Hon. an Attorney for collection. ,4 t.

a feller has collected a fortf n of a half million !. the horrible purpose whose results I have .Miss Cruse* who was sent to the insane Counties of Ge6rgia and Alabamaare invited to ONE of Probate for the County of Gadsden; N. R. A\\\\ unsettled accounts closed. frem thi ; _

or *o, he doesn't like the thoughts of being above described.t for her father's unite with 'the Grand Division in a procession, in ror leave to ell the Real Estate of Edward H. Wilder date, March 3d, 1849. -
asylum marrying gardener[ is late of Gadsden County, deceased to pay the CLAKK & STILUIAN. '
naked into the with the Committee of Arrangement*
pit !
tagragand L regalia. : .
still there. with the appropriate .
keepers exa'ptiorioflir. debts of the d. March 3. 194!. 9-lOw .
boh.tail, when he could afford to pay for tilanry in the ]Jilric.-In the speech of Earlc, consider her perfectly sane, yet -Bros. Ros'truini; Biles and Towle. J. M.delea W. D.-tIS) ?.?, Administrator.March '

I a slendid private box. to JOS. CLISBY, Grand Scribe. SACKS S.L'JU RECEIVED BY.,
Gen. Chapman Congresi, no examination is mde and the poor girl is low 100 S.S.KNIGIIT&.CO. '

Dancing is the principal amusement here ; Potomac" of the Baltimore Patriot he argued kept within the bars and bolts ora mad house. Tallahassee, March 31, 1S4t.7 March 31819. 9Action I

but i is pretty)' much on the stag order, a we that if Congress could abolish slavery in the She still declares that she will marry Patterson = = = Notce. ; *
to state that the Rev. JOHN against the Estate .
We having ? .
Me. .bor of pettycots-except the lquaws District, because the Government ba obtained again when she gets out-if she em t of the reuesled Kentucky Conference will preach ALL persons H. Wilder late Gadsden Countv.dfcealed of Attachment.Silas -.' ?

h indeed wear no pelt)cots, but only a by cession, or purchase this then the should. He has several times attempted to ownEY. in the Methodist Church in Eward, present them to me without delay.: F. Burney ) Amount sworn to $50 43100.

Jigbt wrapper. They are of an affeckshynut Government might purchase a square In the see her, butas repulsed and threatened that.' to.morrow (Sunday,) J. M- DAVIDSON, Administrator. M. > Damages, ICO 00. :

disposition, but all.fircd yaliar. Com. Jones, city Charleston on which lo erect a CustomHOlse he would be ehot if he did not keep I\vay.- ,thiicityr' March 10, 15-11." 10.-8w Isaac Hutto. ) Bond, $160) 00. ,

with hit ail feet and looks in could abolish .:I .' defendant and all others interested& are here
and rpHE
more slavery educated
Congress He is all whom
wel I an to HEREBY GIVEN to
and announce IS
intelgentcl young authorized' requested TVOTICE
fandango. He is much looked! up by the within the limits of that And also whose reduced but : fy-: \" .are' 111 it concern that I have this day filed in _L by*notified of the commencement of this mitt L
man, candidate for
was may
.fuare. ami RICHARD T. Esq., a returnable to the Ciicuit Court to be held at Tallahassee 1I 'fi
1IcaI, !. Go,'. Mawn and Col.! Stevensonit had the to BICHE the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the county -
that if than the Cruses. 4J
Congress power abll once far. more wealthy the offici of Judge for Leon County, at Circuit of the State of Florida ,in the County of Leon\ and Middle Circuit of } T
in town, Laving from also had the to of Jeffeiscn; Middle State of Florida the fourth
recently the on Monday ((20th
1 slaveryit power
I reture first Monday in May next. of Andrew J. in tightot
Anailicr California Wonder.-Ills statedon the election ,a petition in More Z
successful A. D. and and .
of March plead
botanislng eic'jrsogz-so one of the and it could purchase a in the city of Rachel Ann one of the heirs at day) 1S49 to appear
square his wife, More
Governor' aids told me yesterday; but ho Boston, for Custom House buildings, and establish the authority ofa letter to e\York, from :,- We are authorized and requested to announce law of Ebenezer FoUoni,late of said County deceai to the arae. WALKER 3s GWYNN. 7
Hid he reckoned San Francisco, that a spring has been discor. BROOME candidate for the intestate, lor the partition of the Real Feb. 21,1S49. 5 Atfy'sforPrfT.Notice. ..
that they had been after the slavery within the limits of that square. the Hon.JAMES E. a!a ted,who died
of all errd near San Francisco, which thopeculiar Leon, and slaves of the estate of the said Ebenezer ? '
rot. evil, and botanising was merely possesses Office Judge ol Probate for the County at property t
of leather Folsom, deceased, and that I will apply to the
1 l Pnou pretence. The fldierlhat are kept Vat you makes dare ? hastily inquired a property coloring lo a beautiful the election on first Monday in May next. Court On the Third Monday in Jane next 'lor the appointment weeks after date, application will be made hv -4

on duty |lien grumble. The mid itV dutchman: of bi I daughter, who was being kin. jet black. The leather to be colored of Commissioners to make partition of SIX subscriber to Ihe Honorable the Judge rrrohle. _

rouab1e! that It's too bid to] say rd by her sweetheart very clamorously; 0, allowed to remain in the water for about six fj$: -We are authorized and requested to announce said estate according to law. Monticello. March 3, .fOT letter of aJminUtration on,the estate cfWaller '4

"I wier, for keep a private much. just courting a little-dat'e all."- days. Other materials are probably affected Major JOHN BEARD as a candidate 'lor the OtDce of IS4.. TIIOS. ,JEfF. hEIR W.Taylor o>cfajcd. hate nf Leon foonlr.. _
her a sentry wl.ilo. an officer can not RICHARl HAYWAFP 31
of Public Landrf"f the State Florida attfflciIfiTst Solicitor; for Petitioner.
have Register
;:otltbe.niIr.1 and get rich ii a ,.eel,. Oho nat'a'a1 ch py tarn,'I taught. you in like bccmnfrdc manner, (hough no experiments MendV. in MJ'J'netl March 10, IS49. 10-3n Fcbruarv21I5W.. h 3 6w t '
on, as yet ,
)IlIte uil.lms tt i. goiiis up likr a I '.\lil; ; .

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__ ___: :I Leon County PROCLAMATION'

Proposals for Carrying the Mail. In Chancer. Just Received, : DR. TOWNSEND'SSARSAPARILLA TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.

MIDDLE CIRCUIT 1.ORlA. -IN GADS- LEWIS & AMES Druz Store, a fresh supply virtue of the vested in me by b\\.1 I
AT power
NEW ROUTES TraCl/OfI.,! oaTnCA aou't A,SOCTH
: CAROLINA, GEORGIA, AND' FLORIDA.Extract DEN CICUT New and Valuable Medicines-among which The most extraordinary Medicine In the World. BY have levied upon, and shall expose (for iwle. be-
The Branch of the Bank of the)! are the ittlliwing: the Court Ho'isedoor.in the city of Ta1abaef
from the act of Congress of 3
_ 3545. section 18. t>.. I mIER ing described property, or to much thereof \Ti
1nd be further matted. That it ball be the Benjamin C.WetSherifofGads. Designed for, and trill cure Liver Complaint pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for tht 1I

duty of the Postmaster! General,in all future letting den County, Bill to foreclose Piles, Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred \carl84S.towii:

of contract for the transportation of Ihe mail,to let on the Estate of James Innerar- [ Mortgage.ity diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure That body o' land lying in tIlL County of Leon, I I111 ,

the same. in every case, to(he lowest bidder tender. dec'd., John F. Innerarity, r frtaleof blood. I bounded No'rlh by the line of demarcation, West by

ing efficient guarantee: for faithful performance William P 1 Innerarity, Santiago DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGE the Oclockonee' River, South by Wakulla County t t

without other reference to the mode of such'transportation Innerariy. Lewis W. Minor and The safest, most effectual, and U2)is I and East by the St. Marks River,known as .Forbes1 I
-1 than may be necessary to provide for the due Jeloie Defendants. J before the public, for the eradication of Woxii*, in vi Purchase," and purporting to belong to the Apalachicola : THE :
celerity certainty and security 4)such transportation TT BEING MADE TO APPEAR by affidavit filed Children or Adults. Land Company. D\ GOVEftrVOR OF TUB STATE OF }'LORDI .\.

; nor hIt any new contractor hereafter be required JL in this cause, that John Fnnerarity re.idt beyond HULL'S COUGH LOZEGE W 5 of S E 4, S*: 7, T 2, R 2, S awl E. ; IV J of I ';J11REAS. I i is required by law thjt an rl I.c-

purchase out, or take at a valuation' the the limits of Ihe Slat of Florida, to wit,in the Will PRKVENT Consumption, al cases of I N E 4, Sec 19, T 2, R 2, S and! E.owner unknown. V lion be bel in this State on the first Moixl;-
stock o vehicles" of any previous contractor for the State Alabama; that William P. Innerarity resides Colds, Asthma,St>ittin"ot Bo Pains the Side, E JSW 4Sec26T 1R 1, Nand W.,owner un- m May next, Register of Public Lands!, tountil hoY>
# same route. uut of the Middle Circuit of Florida, to wit,in Shortness of Breath, and al Pulmonary Com known. rl the first Monday of Odder ISW; also, for

((0 Bidder will be careful to read Ihe form* the City of Pensacola, in the State of Florida; that plaints. m W i lot No. 199, lying and being in old plan city Judges of Pobal.for the sevcnl Counties, to hold

and instructions appended to,this adieilisement. Santiago Innerarity resides beyond the :limits of the -ALSO- is put up in quart bottles: il is six cf Tallahassee, owner unknown.Lot I till the Monday of October, ISSl.and for Jnsfi-
They are requested t. tale, in their proposals, the State Florida, to wit, in the Island of Cuba ; thatLewis DR. HULLS FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, tines E.lrat cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted tupervr No. 2, frac sec 12 ; lots 1 and 2, fnc sec 23; ces of t the Peace: for ea.hDistiicl in the seeal Ccun- I

mode by which they intended to convey mai.- I W. Minor and Heloise Minor, reside beyond Wtt Safe, Certain, and Effectual Cure to any told. It cure disease without tomitilipU' section 21; W J, and N E 4 of Sec 2.*, and lots No. j i t ties! t to hold for two years,(all of said otter to continue

Where the size and weight of the mais. the limits ol the StateofFloridatowjtjn the Slate 'e\'tr and Ague, Chills and FeveIntermittent ing,sitkenilg or debilitating the patient. 1,2,3-1,5, G, and 7, of Sec. 2G, in Township, N in office till their sur.elor sbal electtd
.peed called (or in the schedules, it, oi Virginia: It it therefore Ordered, Thzt the :md al other I'c\'er. Price reduced to Sevenly-Jive of R 1 W., containing 2131 acres, purporting to belong and qualified)
said named defendants: do and the bill per great beauty and superiority of this Sarsa- IT is HEREBY 0 DEnEi>, That the
the contract will be made for coach steamboat, or appear answer THE to Albert A. Pickett and John H. Gindrat. said; election
the be complaint filed therein, within the tioies limitedto The abote Medicines, fie li and genuine, are for overall other medicine is, that while ] be held I throughout the Statf,
railroad conveyance case may ; and,consequently W i of NW4 of Sec 17, T 1, R 1, Sand E, belonging according to law, and
such route* will\\ be let to bid proposing them respectively, tha is to sa-the sail John sale by LEWIS & AMES, t eradicates) the disease it invigorates the body. It to estate of A. Branson, for taxes fine for I the officers whose duty it is to older said elections

such nWde ofcon'cyance. In nil other cases the I"'. InneiarilyLewis Minor.and Heloise! Minor, Tallahassee, Fa. : is one of he very best Spring and Summer medicinesever 1S-I5, 1' and 1848. i will take notice hereof.

route will be aligned to bids propping the cheap- within the period of four months from the date of For certiricatC3! of recommendation, and other information kno.vn. ; it not only purifies the whole system years Section IS.IIIS1, 1, 1, N and.E., purporting to belong Witness my hand and the great seal cf tIle State!
ret mode of transportation. the first publication of this order; the said William I : concerning the above Medicinessee future and streigthcns the person, but it creates new, pure to W. G. given at the Capitol Ihis 20th day of Ju.u
I P. Innerarity within the period of two months: ; and advertisements, and pamphlets, which may be obtained -I and rid bloo; a power possessed by no other med Gould.JAMES W. SHERWOOD, I [SEAL.. ] ary, A. D. IS.I 19, and ot Ihe Independence

for earning the mails ef the United the said Santiago Innerarity within the perio of six of the Aeents. icine. this lies the grand secret of its won- Tax Assessor and Collector Leon County. cf the United S'ates the "3d tear.

PROPOSALS the Ut day of July, S49to the 30th .. months, or in default thereof Ihe said com -March-- 18-. 1 1S4S.- 35 _________________ derfuliuccess. It has performed within the last: two October 21, Is 18. 11 ti. I WM. D. M03ELEY," Go tmcr.
of June, 1S51, inclu ive'in FLORIDA, will be received plaint may be taken a confessed by the said defendants \'ear more than oO.OOO cures of severe cases of ----- ---- ----- Aficst : I
at the contrc office of the Post Office De I at ,and after the se\'erall periods limited to Drugs, Medicinec, &c. disee; at lea!t OOOO were considered incurable.It Tax Collector's Sale. A. E. MAXWELL, Secretary Slat,.

partment, in city Washington, until 9 a m. of them respectively in this order. Providedthat this his saved the lives of more than 5OOO children virtue of the authority vested in me by law, I January 2U, }.t. : 2m
the 4th April. 154.??, (to be decided by the 21th day order be published once a week for the term of four thr past season in the city of NeY rk alone.nre .- BY have this day levied upon, and will expose for ------ -

April 1 lS1.on) tIle! routeandinthemanner and months and at the expiration of (the said term of HAS f-cived, by the late arrivals a \ than sale, before the Court House, in the city of Tallahassee MILLER &BROKAW'S
time herein specified, viz : four months, then continuously once a month for addition to his stock of GENUINE 3,000 cases of Chronic Rheumatism; .
I on the first Monday in June nextthe follow
Ihe t term of two months in a newspaper published DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of 2,000 cases of Dyspepsia; Livery} & Sale Stable
thereof will the
ing much as State ,
FI.ORD" within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida. I which are of good quality, low for Cash. 4.,00 cases General Dcbilty: and want of Energy; property or so pay k .I
and Taxes due the thereof for the
3:): From Milton at G a tri Wednesday THOMAS BALTZELL, Also,on hand a general assortment of the following 7,000 CtSC of the different Female complaints ; Cminty by owners TALLAHASSEE FLORIPA. _

By cambia county and Nathans: ille February' 20,A. D. 1S40. Judge.C. which are warranted genuine, viz: 2,000 cases of Scrofula ; year ISiS, to wit : TiE subscribers have moved uj t(their fire-prrtf
Lots Nos. and of and O.
To Sparta Alabama by 6 p m next day, 75 miles H. DuPo.NT, Sol..for Coml Houck's Palcea. RowanJ's Improved Tonic 3lix- 1,500 cases of Liver Complaint ; lU, part 173, '/, P and Stables, and take this opportunity to inform
And back between 6am Friday and 6 p in next A true copy : lt ture, Wistar's Dalsarn of Wild Cherry, UranJreth's 2,500 cases- of Diseases of the Kidneys and Dropsy:; 152, N. A. of Tallahassee, belonging Anderson (heir friends and the public generally the

day. I. R. HARRIS, Clerk Gadsden Circuit Court. Pills, Sherniin's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor 2,00 cases of the Gravel ; Peeler. fact. Being thankful' 'for the liberal patronage o they
3513. From Milton at G a m Wednesday By R. C. LESTER, Deputy Clek.t Worm, Cough and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland's 1,000 cases of the Yellow Jaundice; Lots Nos. 81, 82, S3, SI I, and S3, N. A. of city ofTallahassee have heretofore received they solicit a continuanceof

By Alaqua and Uchee Anna March :1, 1S49. 9-Cm Celebrated Feveraud Ague Remedy, Lucenia Cordial, J 1,500 cases of Ihe Dropsy ; belonging to Charles F. MercEr. the same, and pledge themselves!to spare no pain
To Marianna, by 6 p m Friday, 125 miles Thompson's Eje Water,McMunni' Elixir of Opium, ,0jf) cases of the Consumption, J.UW. W. SHERWOOD for the accommodation of those who may patronise

And back between( a m Saturday and 0 p m In Gadsden Circuit Court Sands Sarsaparilla, Tururr'i Fever and Ague Pills, And thousands of cases of diseases of (the blood, viz: Tax Assessor Colecor for Leon County. them. Their Stables are situated on Washington

Monday. TO SPRING TERM, 1SJ9. 'I I Tyler's ditto, Gordon'l Billions and AntiDyspepticPills Ulcers, Eiysipelas, Salt Rheum, Pimples o the November 13.1848. IS Is Square, in the most convenient part of to\.n.

Proposal to embrace Orange Hill and Holmes Thomas F. Martin > Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, Peters' and Face, Scald Head, Tetter, Neuralgia, &c., &c., together In Chancery.IN for comfort and convenience, they cannot be surpassed .
Valeti be considered ; also proposals to end at Attachment for SlOG 50. Spencer's Pills, and is Agent for S. P. Townsend'a with numerous ca-jes of Sick Headache, Painin by any Stables in the Southern countiv.
Ucbtc Arch. B. McDougald. $ Bond in &".. celebrated Sauapaia. in quart bottles, at $1 per the Side and Chest,Spinal Affections,&c. &c. MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. November 18, ISIS. 18

3314. Prom Alaquaat 6am Friday defendant and all other bottle. superior Lemon S\rup, prepared from This is tjie most successful medicine known in Theodore HartriJge, Administrator! of Thomas LivAngston -

To Geneva, Alabama, by d p m, 45 miles THE of the persons intereste pure Citric or I emon Acid, far preferable' for the diseases the Kidneys and Dropsy,and all affections deceastd, UNITED STATES
And back between 6 am and 6 p in next day. hrebnotife I sick or ordinary use than that usually sold, London of the Urinary Organs. Several thousand cases have vs..
Quere. Whether this route is necessary, in case of above suit to.the by ( ,and :r,required to appear Porter, &.C., &.C. been reported a cured when all other remedies have The Widow, Heir, and Creditors of Thomas Livingston Wholesale Clothing Warehouse.
and declarat ion therein within
letting the preceding one, (No. 3513,) there being plead 1e1 the June 10, ISIS. 41 failed. decease.
now a route in operation between Genera,Alabama, time prescribed by law. Hundreds of cae of Fits and Nervous Diseases, [N obedience to a 0 Honorable Court LEWIS HANFORD
and Ucheetoa.. Dated January 2Dth, A. D. IS49.. For New York. in Debility have,been entirely cured,and of Chancery in the above cause, notice i is hereby & ,
f I 2S2
3515. From Marianna at JOHN FRSKIXF origina'inl cases of Dysentery, DialhL and Summer given to all creditors of the late Thomas Livingstonto No 4 25C Pearl Street,

To Ochesr, Calhoun cour.ty 1)laintit.s Attornev. Coinnhint.. render to the undersigned, as Master in Chanceryfor (Between Fulton-st and Burling Slip)

And back February 10, 1SIO.. :m 4 CAUTION. the County of:Madisonon or beore: the last Monday NEW YORK:,

Bidders w ill state distance, and also a schedule,I to fSJ- Look. out for Iinitationa.-Unpnincipled perSons ((20th) of March next, ISI the amounts,dates, 1\VI OX HAND LARGEST ASSORTMENT
connect at Ochesee with the route(\palaehiroJ Notice. have copied our labels, and put up medicine in and character of their they hereby have TiE

to Chattahoochic. weeks after date I apply to the Judge TIE REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between the same shaped bottles. See that each Bottle has notice to file the same in my office on or before the I CLOTIUXO
3516. From Tallahassee at 4(a m Munday SIX for the .bl Garden for of York and St. Marks and Newport, ui (the written signature of S. P. TOWNSEND.N. date above mentouedhe I will proceed to hold UNITED J: THE

By Ben Haderi,Shel Point and I'awtuc administration on the estate of Alexander lettf Mclver, commence running at the opening of the fall. B.-Persons inquiring for this medicine should :reference a information as will en- j( the Southern STATES.
To Sopchoppy, by p .-15 miles late of said County. H. FORESTER.! and continue throughout the entire year, viz: not be induced to take. any other. Druggists put up able me to report a legal distribution of the assets 't Ad.pteto and Southwestern_ MarfceU.
And back between (a m and G p in next day. February 1", 1549. WA. Brig WARCALLA, Joweltn, Master, Sarsiparillas,and of course prefer selling their own, of the estate of said deceased among" the creditors fc -In-the- article---

3517. From St. Marks at G a m Thursday OCILLA, Trim, do. others have purchased that put up in small bottles, to the Court. Doted 13th DecemberISt'. t

By Newport, U'acissa, and Marion MON TOWLE. MARIANO D. PVFY. LUCY, Hosmcr, do. and because they make greater profit, recommend JOHN C. :lcGEHEF SHIRTS AND DnA" EnS,

To Monticello, by G p m, 40 mile TOWLE PAPY SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (new,) them do not be deceived by any-inquiro for Dr.Townsend's Master In Chancery for County. We keep an endless variety.ALSO .
And back between t a m and G p m next day. & U WACISSA. Perry)', do. (new.) and take no other. Januuy27ISH -1 THE MOST E.XTErCMVE CTACTUHES OF

Proposals to commence at Newport are invited. I I Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, These Brigs are built in the most substantial man- Principal O.'fice, 120' Fulton st., Sun Building, N.
:IS. From Quincy at 9 a in Friday formed an association the Practice ner expressly for this trade, and are commanded by Y., Ii;South Pearl street, Albany: and for sale by Notce. CLOTHINGCOVERED

By Uocky ComfortTo HAVING attend the several Courts of the cartful and experienced Captains. Freight and passage all the principal Druggists and Merchants generallythroughout months after shal apply to the Hon A D

Reform:by 12 m, 10 milts Middle 141wi Florida, and in the District Court at the lowest. rates. "AgenU the United States! West Indies, and the SIX Judge Probates the County of Gads HATS

And back between Cam and Ri a m. eft the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entrusted COE, AIERSON& CO., Canadas.. den for letters of dismission, : as Executor on the estate ,- In the World.
rropoillto embrace S cjudo will be considered. to their care will receive attention. 10 New York. A fresh supply of the above valuabled medicine of Samuel Stricklnd.dtc'J late of said county. Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of all kinds.

3519. Ft-orn Quincy at I:m Wednesday 03Oflicein::: the Capitol.prompt JOHN DUNHAM.McNAUGHT just.received and for sale who'esale and retail by 1. I. Executor. LEWIS & H-AXFORD.

To Secludrt: by 3 p r, 9 miles February 17, 1S49.) 7 &ORMOND, EDWARD BARNARD, Jr. January 21. 1 1. 4- .\'os.. 252 Sf 23u Pearl St.
And back between Sam and 1 a m. Newport.Newport D. LAUD. Newport. December: 3,1 15 1 23 3m

3550. From Jasper at 0 a m Monday 200 Sacks Salt. Anzust 12, iSIS.. 4 NovemberhllSI. 17 Cm LEWIS &AMES,
By Blount'ii Ferry and Ravlinson'u: .ForrvTo -- In Leon Circuit

Centre Village;Ga., by ( m Wednesday RECEIVED per Brig Wacissa. For sale by Gunny Cloth. STATE OF FLORIDA : DEALERS G TERM Cou.Spm .
supply HEAVY
JOIl daily ex
A I.14 In middle Judicial of Fla. Thoustin for!
And back between Gam Thursday and t p m Newport, Feb. 21, 1S49. for sale by Gadsden Clrcli, 1818. Toilet Articles, Perfumery, if., Window Glass Robert Lumpkin Lumpkin Agent, Atfa.lBSfBt.


:::). From I Pila'.ka at S a in Friday Guardian's Sale. ,, Newport, November_ !1 IQ, ISIS. ISGudsdni IN ChANCERY 1 %VilliamhI.Armisteadandjohin R. Armistead Apothecaries' Glass Ware, Ac.fTUlEabove William srarpentr." J Damagp$15 o.

To Now nansville by G p m next day, 57 miles i O MONDAY, the 2 d I day of April next, will and, Cvmps. constantly on hand,and for sale at the defendant: and all others I interested will
And back between Gam be sold ;I Co. Tax Collectors Sale.illIY J. lowest market TiE
Sundayand ( in at public auction for cash, before the Allen B. & Matilda prices. ( notice of the institution the above suit
next day. l Court House door in the City of Talliahassce.: !I' virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Spooner LEWIS AMES.
101 & by attachment, aid end to declaration
Between W. his wile,& John E.Jo'n- -
Proposals to commence at Orangc Springs will be No. O:, in the original plan of said city, on I aH expcfie for Sale. for Ca'h,berore the Coui son, &. William R. A. John. Tallahassee November 20, 1S47. IS filed i IT this case appear within the plead tile prescribed tie by
-- ----- ----
eonidtred.35rEl. House door in the ---
the corner Calhoun and Pensacola street! Said U>wn of Quincy, on Monday the
From Alligator, at Lot is S63 by J 1131, and will be sol J for the benefit of ICth day of April next, the following decsribed pro- son, the last named defendant Pure Sulphate of Quinine. i lo\ H. N. GRAY, _

ToOlesteeileparture the heir of the late Henry T. Copeland deceased,by perty, or so much thereof will py the Si ate and being a minor, DtfwdJ subscribers have on hand two hundred and December 30, 1S4S. Attorney 24Notice. for Plinlif.
And back. orderof the Honorable Court of Probate for Loon I County taxesdue thereon for thejelr 1S43- J ants. THE ounces of Sulphate of Quinine which they : Ii

Bidders wi elate the( distance and tic hours of County. Title, at the cost of purchaser. The lands purporting to belong to the .Apalachicola IT the appearing to the Court that the defendants in have obtained dirpc from the manufacturers, and .
above cause are non residents of the State of
arrival. CHARLES E. DYKE, Guardian. Land Company)',situated in the County of Gads- hey will to be a superior article.
3553. From Ncwnansvillc den, bounded North by the line of demarcation Florida, they being residents of the State of Virginia.It rr.dfor- logairt: and entitled to
at (a m Wednesday February) 2-. 1S49. S Gw We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines ALL > persor j
is ordered by the said Court, (In motion of P. W.
By WacassaTo West by Apalachicola river South by the county of by recent arrivals, and are prepared to ,'X ute the estate of Jam M Bart late
Cedar Keys by r p m next day, 70 miles Circuit Court, Monroe Franklin,and East by the Ocklockonnee river.J. Defendants White,Solicitor for the directed Complainants, ad the said orders for articles in our line, at wholesale! or retail, off Jefferson! County deceased, are hereby notified
County. are hereby and required to appear that their claims and demand will be barrrd tho
And back between (a I Friday and 6pm W. OGILVIE, on the most accommodating terms. I at
next day. Joseph A. Barelli, In Attachment.Francisco Tax Collector, Fla. and answer the Complaint's Bill of Complaint expiration of two years from this date. unless thesame
G.Jsdcl County! We have also a few account yet due to us for the
by the first Monday of April next, (IS I 19,) t that
vs. October or are exhibited to the and all
3551.: from Ncwnansvillc at Sam WednesdayBy Dtbt 500r). 7th IblS.1 2 year 1S17. They are generally in amounts, subscriber; persons
in default thereof the
.X.dIIC i.aio. Complainants Bill be taken as smal who have demands against the said deceased
Madispnboro'To any are
but if the whole could be
paid would
defendant, and ah others interested, arc Ciatbden t'o. Tax Collectors Sale.BY confessed, against them Ihe said Derendants.AnI go hereby notified to present them without delay ; and
Orange Springs by p m next day,60 miles for towards liquidatingceitain' sums which w? owe.
( it is further Ordered, That a of Ibis
And back between Gam Friday, and 4 JL hereby otified of the commencement of tho virtue of the power vested in me by law I copy or LEWIS those indebted to said estate are now called upon tt'
next day. abcve suit by attachment in the Circuit Court of shall for sale for Cash before the published weekly in one newspaper in the \ 41 &.UJE.pri29ISIS. make immediate paMnent to
I expose State of Florida, one in the City of and .
Monroe County, returnable to the next term of said ANN
Qucre. Whether thi route will be necessary, in Court House door, in the town ofQaincy, on Monday HART.
in the City of New York for (the of two
case (,f letting route No. 3351, from Pilatka to New. Court, and are hereby required to appear and pleadto the 16th day of April next, the following described one months from the insertion thereof in space each of said Thomas Jef. Heir, Qualified Executrix.
the same. JOSEPH A. much theieof will the County, February 10, ls-19. 6 S\T
)" \ ARELL. propelly, or so pay ATTORNEY AND AT LAW Jeft-or
The of this suit i is lo ,
object partition
53. From 6 By his W. State and taxes due for 1513.The papers. procure -
Micanopy at Jent 1. County t thereon tlieyear
a ra
:: Friday of the !lands of John C. tad, deceased, practice; in the Circ tit Court in each
By Fort Clark Key Welt, December 19, [30] 1S4!>. 21 3m East half, (E J U) of South East quarter, (S. : .rn. WILL Fair Warning.
in which of the Circjit and in
lying and situated in the State of Florida, lidd.e the J Supreme -
To Fort Harlec 40 miles E 4)) Section S21)North East ,
by 7pm, twenty-one ( ) quarter without
Court and District reserve indebt
the above named and Defendants Court positively
back between and 9 'CISI 01[ \JcnJc13 N E North West N W Section Compl.inant arc Stateg a ALL persons
.nd a m 7pm next ( 1)) quarter, ( 4)) to th subscriber for
( XOS1IAV interested, and as the W half, Tallahassee. 1 lj47--"S, tilher by note
knowl dtscribed
:.c twenty-two, (S 22)) Township two, Range seven, : ant
MJJCUI atjj) UI!; pc 01 N- W (quarter, Sec. 3, N. and W ; N. E. Monticello, January 20,1343.Medical 28 or account, orotht.wue<, if not settled by the 10th
(T 2, R 7)) North and West on the waters of Crooked ,
Proposals to embrace Fort Crane instead! of March
Foil } ouo Xq uo ds quarterScc3lT.3, ItS, N. and W N E nest, wi most positively pay cost.
ZJoqnn! lnp[ P311|| aq 'p3yp "waqi Creek, the Land purporting to belong to Fabian ; .hal
(larl. are invited. aaje 'llA! % 3Diou!) SQl! ) olsoq. Armistead. quarter Sec. 31, T. 3,It 5N. and W; E. W.parter Notice. February ,&. 7 S. F. BURNEY.
::5 From Jacksonville at (a m Tuesday juaeajd Sec. 30, T. 3. R. 5, N. and W W. halt S. -
siq l $ oj
sKiutrnq! untj( alqn J. W. OGILVIE, ; H. G. WIRT M. P. J. 5,. M. D.
By latdock't. Kirklnd'I,Nassau C II,and .ua Kntjj pue"nn 1.lD! jeqj jnq /tl Aqtp pptaa Tax Collector, Gadsden County, Fla. W. qr. Sec. 30, T. 3, R. 5, N. and W; N. E. quarter RS. WIRT &CALL have associated C..Lt.themseh'tsin Notice.

I -'! aq IOU tM! 8lllcql! ) sisnhl .La.LaUs!! I1 October 7th, 1843. 2- NC U,T. 3,R. 3,N.and W ; SEquarterSec. 9. T. 3, P the practice of Medicine, Surgery, &.C., and ALL creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to
To St Mary'eGa.byCp m next day,60 miles i 9MO N.and W ; N. W. quarter Sec. 9, T. 3, R. 3, offer their services to the public. in the estate or Richard Jones, latttff

And back between dam Thursday and 6 pi |if3Atp3l63J! Lath|) KJUnOlUC O11] ';xau tiOJtJV JO qiQIsqj GadsdeiaCo. Tax Collectors Sale.B N. and W; N. E. quarter Sec. 8, T. 3, R. 3, N. and Office over Drug Store,Monticello, Florida. Jefferson -County, deceased are hereby notified

In next day. I A'q Suited! put SUIICD!] Aq* PUIII5udlQ! t pu3| Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I W; W. half N. W. quarter Sec. 10, T. 3, R. 3, Nand August 5, ISIS. 3 Iy that their claims and demandTi be barred at the
Separate prolosa1 for that part of this route between I It 01) '5r, puc i-si .jo; FJWJJC ui oqA Tn shall for sale for Cash before the W; W. half See. 7, T. 1, R. 5, N. and expiration of two year date, unless the

I St. Mary's, ere invited. I -, :sti''t{ uu tnl; nnJpadp"J$ 150W ."CJqul! 31w Court House expose door in the town of Quincy, on Mon F; W. half N. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1, R. 5, Nand DR. J. S. BOND same are exhibited to the subscriber ; and all persons -
3357. From Nassau CHat
a m Friday ; W. S. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1, R. 5,N. and his who have demands against the said deceased
: dI3H dI3H day the IGth day of April next, the following de- bal professional services to the citizens any
- To Fernandina by G p in, 30' mile dI3l : E: E. E. quarter 7, T. 1. R. N. OFFERS
; hal : and the are notified to them without delay
pciibed property so much thereof pay the S. ant e surrounding county.Ofce hereby present
And back between Sam and G p next day.. wi E. S. 7, T. 1, R. 5, N. and
those indebted
I F; E quarter Col. to said estate are now called
State and taxes due the con for ISIS: at uponto
355S.: From Pilatka at'a m Tuesday Pettit Gulf Cotton Seed. county year .-Said lands being in the counties of Gadsden and Fisherd U"t. make immediate payment to
Section fifteeen, (S 15)) Township two, (T 2))
Volu.ia Foil Butler
By Enterprise, and Jefferson, to 1840 and 32 !
BUSHELS GENUINE PETIT GULF COT. amounting 30-10 acres. JAMES R. TUCKER, Sheriff
Mellonville 75 Range seven (R 7)) North and West, (N & W) on
TON SEED for sale. I has been here three the waters ol Crooked Creek, the Lands purporting Dated January 10, 1849. Notice. I and ex oftcio Administrator of said estate.Jeferson .
To the bead of
waters St. John's river, (by years,and kept in a dry place. to belong to I. S. Catlin, situated in the county of THOMAS BALTZELL,Judge. county, February 10, 149. 6 8wHOAITHEB
water.) by 7 p in Thursday, 150 miles I am informed by Planters that its ace does not injure Gadsden. J. W. OGILVIE, P.W. WHITE, Sol for Comps.A ALL creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to
And back between 7 am Friday and will true from the in the estate "f Archibald Graham,
7pm it, if it has not sprouted. I sell it low to copy minuteS.
Tax Collector, Gadsden BURGESS & CO
Sunday close the consignment. Count. Fa. Attest, I HARRIS, C'lk. Gadsden Cir. Ct.By deceased, are hereby notified that their claims and ,
3559.: From the bead waters of St. Jolm's river at G J. K. FORTUNE. October 7th,164S. R. C. Lester, D.C. demands will be barred at the expiration of two
20 1549.
January &
Receiving Forwarding
: _
a in Fiiday Hamilton County Tax Sales. January 13thlS40, 2 yearsfrom'the granting of leter administrationto ,
By Indian river, Palos,San ,and Jupitrr For New York. the Undersigned, unless same are exhibited
Luce B Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Land For Sale within the said two vears to the undersigned. W ( buALs : .

To Miami, Dade county, (by land,) by 6 p m TiE Schooner COMMODORE KEARNEY," shall expose for sale, before the Court House _' R.I RE CHJ1JCCE! WILL M G. PONDER, Executor. :
next Thursday), 250 miles Master, will sail as above. For freigh door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, Florida THE land known the "Overstreet Tract," 9 January : 3 8w Dealers in Western Produce I

And back between( a m Friday and m or passage, apply to JOHN ; on the fourth Monday in April, 1849. the following north Tallahassee, near t he Thomas- I ,
next Thursday. ( ( p Newport, January 20, 18.( : described properly, or so much thereof as yule road, adjoining Gov. Branch's plantation, containing Notice. 62 POJlra Street. New Orleans.

:: From Tampa at' For New York. will be sufficient to pay (tho State and County taxes 7 or bOO acres. Will be sold low, and on persons having demands against the estate Feb'.3'; 1S49. : Cm

:0. By Manatee due thereon for the year 18-IS, to wit: satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For ALL Robert Fisher, deceased, are hereby notifiedto

To S.raota. by 30 miles TiE Bri WARCALLER," JOMLVN, Master, Also, theSE4of the SE 4 of Sec Township further particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, present them without delay to the undersigned, A Card.

-- And back between i sail as above. For height or pasagt apply 1, Range 13, North and East, purporting belong or DANIEL LADD, New Port. and all persons indebted to said estate will make immediate -

Separate proposals to supply Manatee from Sara.s to JOHN DENHAM. to the estate of Benjamin Chaires. Jan. 13,1819. 2 i payment. WILLIAM E. FISHER, Dr. .J. 1*. Duval offers:his professional servi- !

!ta, in case of letting route No. 36G3, are invited. Newport, January 20, 18.9. : Also, the E i of S E 1, the W i S W Land S K and ROBERT W. FISHER, to the citizens Tallahassee surrounding i'
3a1. FromTsmiaat 0 a m Tuesday 4 of the S W 4, and the W t of the S E 4 of Sec 25, Confectionery Baker.IIENRY December 30, IS-IS. 24 8w Administrators. country. Office at the plantation ol Gen. John
Bv Hitche|>ucka ..a and Fort Gatlin Flour, &c. theWjnftheNWand i the N Ejot f the N W KINDON would hi and P. Duval,one mile North of this city.

To Mllon\ille.by 6 P Thursday J miles T) ECEIVED per Schooner Randall Marshall, 4 of Sec 36, Township I, Range 13, North and East, ( generally, that he on hand, and Notice. I February 10, 1S. 6
( is CANDIES of all kinds ,
constantly manufacturing,
And back bttween Gam Friday 6pm IX 30 barrels planting Potatoes, purporting to belonJ to the Union Bank. such creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to I
Sunday. 16 I superfine Flour, Also, lot : fracionahecion 7,in Township ALL in the estate of Robert Fisher, Notice.SIX .

J 5552. From Jacksonville at 3 a ta Monday andThui 50 sacks Salt, for sale byJOHN DENHAM. River 1, South, purporting of Range to belong, to laying S. B.on Thompson.Also the Suwannee. PEPPERMINT CINNAMON, LEMON LEMON DROPS CANDY, ceased are hereby notified that their claims al de-\\ months after date, I shall apply to the Hon

day I mands will be barred at the of of Probate for the of Jefferson for
WINTERGREEN BARLEY CANDY expiration years County
To St. Augustine by 12 m, 33 miles Newport, January 20, 1549. 3Notice. the S W 4 of Sec 1, Township I, Range 13, HOARHOUND, from the granting of letters of administration to the j; letters of dismission as Executor of William H.
And back between 7 a m and 4pm South and East, purporting to belong to William J. ; i
r nx' Mills. And various others, among them several that are underpinned, unless the same are exhibited within Mathers, late of said county, deceased.
dajs.Proposal the said two to the undersigned. SOLOMON E. MATHERS.
usehl for colds and is years
connexions with WILEY LEE, Tax Assessor coughsand prepared to manufacture -
make closer steamboats
at Jacksonville i to will be considered. ALL persons having demands against( the estate of and Collector for Hamilton County, 1848. any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both WILLIAM E. FISHER, Jefferson County, February 10, 1849. 6 6m
Graham, deceased, notified wholesale and retail. ROBERT W. FISHER,
3533. Fiom St. Augustine by) Smyrna) Indian River, i arc hereby October 2t, J849. 1Notce. December 30, 18 tg. 21 8w Administrators. Great
to present them without delay to the under He I is also prepared to carry on Baking in all its Bargains.
San Lucie Miami
Jupiter Key Largo,
Indian Key, Key West, Charlotte Harbor, signed and all pel sons indebted to said e ate will branches,from the plain Loaf of BI'tad.to the most -

Sarasota, Tampa, Cedar }CesSt. make immediate payment.WILLIAM. months after apply to the Hon. exquisite Cakes and Pies. Paities and t the public Wakulla Circuit Cour. SELLING OFF AT COST !
- Apalachicola, St. Joseph's, and of Probate for the Coanty of Jeffersonfor can always be accommodated by giving timely noticeat IN CHANCERY.-BILL the Store of L. H. GREENBERG CO -
January 20, 1519. : bt ExecutorBlacksmlthlng. letters of dismission Administrator de bonit the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson street, RElEr. AT & &
drew's, to Pensacola, mie and back, as Henry H. Walker, Complainant, offered the greatest bargains of the season.
twice a month, in ,tOi of Farquhai Macrae late of said County, dec'd opposite the Auction Room of R. l.Berry, Jf', ".. Goods of every variety can be had for cash at cost

Separate proposals for sections of the above routes RICHARD HARRISON. Tallahassee, Dec. 16, 1549 Joseph DelaGelcl and Lewis Curtis, Trustees of the prices, and some below New York co&t. Having

will b considered. GOOD, substantial, and cheap }Bhcknaifhing of Jefferson County, September 9,1648. 8 6m In Leon Court. Apalachicola Land Company, tf al., Defendants.. made up their minds to close business soon, purcha

NOTE.Each last kinds done at Miller the Shop Brokaw.near my Stable, oc' III Wnkulla Circuit Court. Janes Oates, Compt.,Circui 1 Chancery. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by seri do well to call early,if they desire to hat
copied ,ear by will be
selections. Positively credit
proposl.hould be accompanied by a & affidavit made in this case, that Joseph Delafield no
guarantee Daniel Ladd In Fall Term. > December, 1S4S.Rbecca .
January 20, iSIt). 3 A. A. FISHER. Compt., ) Chancery ts.
,signed by one or more in and Lewis Curtis Trustees aforesaid and l Louis given.
responsible persons, M. > December, 5th, 1848. F. Oates, Def. ) Bill for Divorce. a ,
the following manner, viz: McLane Charles Dui and All persona indebted to them, will please come
For New York. Joseph F. Dyer, Deft. ) Bill to foreclose a mortgage. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by Augustus George Gris- .
The 1 forward and settle their accounts.Those
undersignel goarinty that E wold, reside oat of t the State of Florida,and beyondthe early .
if bis bid for carrying the mail from to be fast-sailing Brig"FLORINA,"PENDLCTON, IT appearing to the satisfaction of Ihe Court by iffidavit in this case,that Rebecca Frances Oates, of this Court but in the indebted to the late concern in Moutlcelorwi
TiE affidavit in this case, that Joseph F. Dyer resides the said defendant resides beyond the jurisdiction or jurisdicior Unite accounts
wilh ,
the and their
accepted the find
by General, shall enter intoan now daily expected, having That the said WILLI-l
out of the State of Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction this Court, and out of the State of Florida, but in State i. Joseph
obligation prior to the/r day of July nttt, bulk of her cargo engaged,will have despatch for the field and Lewis Curtis, Trustees aforesaid, and ., who. is,duly authorised to receipt same.
of this Court, but in the United State:-Jt is the State of Alabama : It is ordered that the a 4
with and For sid
above to.lcNAUGHT
good freight or passage apply January 2"7.1849.
the Louis
perform Charles Davis
lufcenturetieotto ser'.ice Augustus and George
,' prt. ORMOND. Ordered, That the said Joseph Dyer a afore. Rebecca Frances Oates,do appear.and plead answer
This proposed.should be d by the certificate of Newport, January.27, 1849. &4 said, do appear and plead, answer or demur, to the or demur to the said Bill of Complaint ot the sail Griswold appear and pleac, answer or demur to S. S. K CO.
said bill
accompanied a of said bill be
or IGI1&
other said bill uf complaint, or the sid bill w ill be taken Bill will be taken pro eonfesto, against the said de- complint. forconftssed
or equivalent testimony
postmaster that the : Provided, That publication Wholesale and Grocers, and Provision-
and Bait. of pro confftio against t the said defendant.Frovi.ded fendant. Provided that the publication of this order -
guarantors are men of property, and able to make -Baggng-nope, of this otder be made In some in Dealers.TALLAlASSEE .
That the I publication of this order be made in be made in some newspaper printed in newspaper printed
good their guarantee. l and other vessels, Talahas the city of Tallahassee once a week for the of
period .
The be sent to the some newspaper printed in the city of Tallahassee see, once a week for the period of four FLORIDA.KEEP
propoa departmentscaled J.V 200 pieces Bagging, of ( four months. Done in open Court Dec. 5tb, 1845.A .
week for the period our months. THOMAS
'ndorld Proposals for route No. in 200( coils once a BALTZELL Judge. constantly on hand, and offer for sale at a
Rope, from the
true record.
the First THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.X William P. Duval, Compl's Solicitor. copy advance cost for cash all the standard :
"S and to Assistant Postmaster 600, Salt for on ,
Liverpool by
adJreie sck. .If GEORGE L BRYANT, Clerk.
JOHN DENHAM. true copy ; 2 GEO.L.BRYANTClerk. A true copy D. MCRANEY, Clerk. December articles in their line. Flours approved qual

For Genera1 of bid rc.uting from combination Newport, November IS, 1648. 18 By J. B. Keen, D. C. 0, 1813 21 40 ities-Suga" CotTces Teas, Bacon, Hams, Pork.
,'and the terms and on which the Notice Dec. 18th, 1848. 2 Soap, Candles, Lard: and all similar articles-together -

contract is to be made see the last annual advertise Pickled Mullet. months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. Sal and Rice. with Fruits, Irish Potatoes OnionsNuf.
ment. SIX of Probate for the County of Jeferon. Long Cottons wanted. sale,to arive in Brig Fiorina, Raisins, Figs A 1mo d:,and alt ot her article usually

C. JOHNSON, Postmaster General. 50: BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLET of for leter of dismission a Administrator \nn BALES RoMer.gir.ed Sea Island Cotfon FOR 20 Sacks Liverpool Salt found in similar establishments.Store .

'Vu1nntl", 'anturl .,tC.1.. Fnr sale low by McNAUGHT & OnMO D. RICHARD HARmS be given byl S. K, BURNEY.February nce.l'lcNAUGIT i t trot st rtt.
- 1 Icbrur; in, 'I1) I :;evrott, :'cmbtr ":i IblS. 10! Jefferson County' September % 1818. 8 f t 17, m?, 7 Newport. January &Or ItD. I i i Jannarv ,'* t 14" ,