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: April 21, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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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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TilE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL twenty.fifih February, seventeen hundred and ninety article of the treaty of sixth October, eighteen hundred article of tD treaty of the twentieth September, TO THE SEXECAS AND SHAWXEES.' CIVIL GOVERNMENT I IX CALIFORNIA: .t\.l

If ri'BLUHCD EVERY KATUHDAV.. fin,, three thousand dollars. and eighteen, two hundred dollars. dollars eighteen hUldre and (wentj-eight, Iwo thousand For permanent annuity. stipulated in the fourth A file! of the Star and.Californian, published
TO TiE EEL RIVERS, (MUrnE) For life annuity to chief article of the treaty of Ihe seventeenth September, at San Francisco, to December 23. furniabct \i;
TERMS : For permanent annuity} ,stipulated in the second For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth I article stipulated the second eighteen hundred and eighteen, one theusand dollars. ) ,
of the evidence
treaty of the. twentieth of the actual ezistence of a civil :
article of. the I sixteenth September, .
THREE: DOLLAR annum, if paid in advance.Tuitcc treaty November,eighteen article of the treaty of third August, seventeen hun: eighteen hundred
AiD A- HALF per i if paid within six month hundred and five, three thousand collars ; dred and ninety-five, five hundred dollars ; and hvent.eigh one hundred TO government lot (the preservation of societyand '
; il'
For t> annuity stipulated in the thirteenth For jlated in the third article dOllar TIFSEaC.\S tho punishment of crimes J
annuity by
FOUR DOLLARS, if not paid until the end ofthe'ur. article permanent of the of October permanent st'p For permanent annuity, stipulated in the secord For permanent annuity stipu'a'ed in the fourth recognised h
adhered treaty eighteenth of the treaty Iwenty-nrst August t. eighteenhundred article of the of the article of the of the every society : _
grj-Thfietettni will be rigidly to, and treaty twenty-ninth July, eigh. Ireaty Iwenty-ninth ;
hundred and six
eighteen hundred! dollar Seph'mbe 1"
twenty ; and five t two hundred and dollars
no paper will discontinued: until all :atrearagis s are For life annuity to chief, (Hob Cole,) stipulated.in For peimanent annuity, stipulated filty in the third;article lars teen hundred and twenty-nine sixteen thousand dol Eighteen hundred and seventeen, five hundred dol! .On (the 16tb of December a trial took !

paid, unlc. at the option c the publishers. Sub the tenth article of the treaty twentieth January, and separate article, of the treaty of the thirtieth ; lars; place in (he village of San Jose before Judgir ;J4 i
scribers be received ( three months at One hundred and hundred arid For limited annuity, stipulated in the third article For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth Kimball H. Dimmick J I _
wi eighteen twentJ.-fh'eoue hundred and nine three of(he district '
( September eighteen of the of twentieth article of the f the alcade ,
Dollar- month at $1 SO. Every cider lor the fitly dollars! treaty ,eighteen hun tieity ( seventeenth September, / ;: i
hundred and
; and fifty dollars. dred and Ihirty-two fifteen fihtecn hundred a jury empaneled case, of three :,
paper out of this county rousf! be accompanied For permanent annuity for education, stipulatedin thousand dollars; eighteen, five hundred dollars ,
the cuh, unit?, the order comes through any of our the second article of the treaty ol twentieth January TO TiE MENOMONIES.For For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in the third ; men, named Davis Campbell, and Freer, for r: :!(

regularly authorized agents in thc State. eighteen hundred and twenty-five, six thousand limited annuity for twenty "l.arf, stipulated article ol the treaty of the twentieth October,eigb- For blacksmith and assistant, ,ttipulnted} in the murder. 'I'hejury pronounced a verdict of J1 ; 1. ;

; in the second article of f the treaty ol thud. Septtm- teen hundred and thirty t.TO,four hundred dollars ; fjurthartirleof the treaty of the t twenty-eighth February guilty, and they were sentenced to be I:

ADVERTISEMENTSWill d.lar life annuity to three district .icfr, stipulated bereighteen hundred and tlirt-six) twenty thousand For limited annuity, stipulated in the third article eighteen hundrld and thirty-one, eight hundred The sentence was carried into hanged.
of the of the and dollars execution- ,':
dollars: treaty twvnty-sixth October, eighteen forty ; b,
in the fifteenth article ol Ihu of ;
be inserted at the rate ofOneDolbrperlqurr September, eighteen hundred treaty and twentyseventh For two blacksmiths and asisan.! for twenty and ihlrly-lwo: twenty thousand dollar !- For iron and steel for shop, three hundred and the 18th, in presence ofa large concouise fd; .i
of twelve' line for the first, and fifty cents (or each thirty, seven dollars citizens. or
and fifty dollars years, stipulated in the second Ihe treatyof ; twenty ; The convicts confessed Iheir ,
subsequent injection. A' reasonable deduction hundred ; third hundred and For limited annuity, tipulated in the third article For pay of miller, stipulated the fourth article 1
September, thirty-six and embraced '
For life annuity of Wane warrior eighteen ihe Catholic! faith. ;
notice one stipulatedin Three other .
will be made I notices estate ,
on -gal j early of the treaty of the twenty-sixth of the treaty of the ?
one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; eighteen twenty-eighth Februarveigh.teen
the article of the Sptembt. .
notices without alteration, by having treaty c twenty. hundred and hundred and men were subsequently tried for participstion 7sis.
persons seventh September, eighteen hundred For iron and steel for shops for twenty years, four thirt-three, thirly-one.six hundred dollars. ;
accounts with the office. dollars in the
; same crime viz Cotton VVoolard
dollars hundred and forty dollars ; TO THE WYANDOTS. : I :
.All announcements of candidates in for No office attention rive annuity; for twenty years, stipulated in, For puichase of provisions for twenty years,stipulated For life annuities to chiefs, stipulated in the third For'permanent in the bird and Lee, and the two latter on the additional t"
DOLt.R.-invariably advnce. article of the of the anluit"stipulate ( ar- ;
: (theseenteenth aiticle of ihe of in the second article of the treaty of thud treaty twenty-sixth September.eighteen tide of the of They also! found
be paid to any order lor announcement, unless treaty twenty-sev hundred and treaty aevntednth March ih. perur. were ,1 ?
accompanied'i with the cash. enth September, eighteen bundled and thirty;twenty September thousand dollars,eighteen hundred and thirty-six, three dollars; thirty-three, seven hundred teen hundre I and ft rfy-two: Ie,e itscn thousand: five guilty, and \Yre (bribe first offence' ):

All religious, marriage, and obituary notices published I housand dollars; For two thousand; pounds of tobacco for For limited annuity, stipulated in the second hundred dollars; I to receive, Cotton fifteen and the two 1 :
For education of twenty sup For other ;
gratuitoutly but editorial notice for private forty ynuthsfor'.wenty yearsin.( blacksmijh and assistant, stipulated in the
plemental article of the
benefit, will be charged as idv atisemenb. cluding support of teachef in the nation, two thou- yat. stipulated in the second article of the treatyof September eighteen hundred I treaty of the twenty-sixth eighth at tide oC the treaty of the seventeer.th March, I eighteen lashes, and the latter on the addi. ;

sand five imndred dollars,) stipulated in the twen- bird September, eighteen hundred and thirtysixthree thousand dollars and thitly-thrce. two eighteen hundred and forty-two, seven hunelr.-d and tional charge, forty lashes each, and one "I

tieth article of the treaty twenty-seventh September hundred dollars ; For ; twenty dollars; month"confinement in Ihe stocks. C. E '
JOB WORK. purchase nlt.itipulaUd in the ; r
For farming utensils and cattle for third article
,eighteen hundred and thirty, twelve thousandfive twenty For iron antI steel for hundred Picket
Iwo and tried
shop, Fort
W. are well preprcd to execute Job Work, such hundred dollars stipulate in the second article of tile treaty' iT third of the treaty of the seventh Sune, eighteen hun dollars sev- at Sacramento, on a chargtfof ':' i

a bills, cards, blinks, pamphlets, &c., with neatness For stipulated; in the sixte article of eighteen hundred and lhirt-Hix five dred and three, one hundred and forty dollars ; enty For education; stipulated in the article of (he murder of Mr. Alderman, was acquit. :
For eighth
and All work of this b1ckmith. hundred purchase of one hundred and sixty bushels of ted." .
despatch. ;
decrption the of October, eighteen hun- dolar Ihe treaty of the seventeenth hun
except for person having yearly' dred andtwenty, six hundred dollais ; For ) of salt for twenty years, stipulated salt, stipulated in the third article of Ihe treaty of dred and forty-two, five lbrch. eighteen,. The provisional meetings which 4i

the office, must be paid for on delivery. For iron and steel foa shop stipulated in the ninth in the second article of the treaty of !third Sep the L_ 'sixteenth., .October. eighteen hundred and twen- had been held government v 1 1T
TO THE WINNEHABOES.! as heretofore noticed
--_ __.L :-: :-- _. '. _, article of thc treaty of twentieth January, eighteen tembereighteen hundred and thirty-six, one hun, iy-sixinree nurtured and twenty dollars ; were
hundied and twenty.fivethrec bundled and dred and fly dollars. For education, stipulated in the third article of For limited annuity. in the second alice first at San Jose, next at Puebla, and then *

BY AUTHORITY. dollars ; twenty TO OMAIIAS. the treaty of the sixteenth October. eighteen hun of the treaty of the first August, eighteen hun San Francisco. The result was as follows : 1 > !<
-- TiE dred and Inenty-six, two thousand dollars and twenty-nine, thousand dollars '
and Resolutions, passed at (he Second Session TO TiE CREEKS.For For blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in Ihefourth I For blacksmith! and assistant, stipulated; in the For limited annuity eighteen stipulated in the third articleof ; A concurrent recommendation tothe inhabi.

Act of the Thirtieth Congress. petmanent annuity, stipulated; the fouith article of Ihe treaty of fifteenthnfJuly, eighteen t third article of the treaty of the sixteenth October, the treaty of the fifteenth September, eighteen tints California to hold! meetings gnd elect .1

I, articled the tIC:! of seventh August, s-eventeen hundred and thirty, seven hundred :nd twenty eighteenhundred and twenty-six, seven hundred hundred and thirty-lvvo, ten thr.usand dollars ; delegates lo represent them in a convention to I

No. AN ACT for UN hundred and ninety;one thousand five bundled dollars dollars; and twenty dollars ; For filty barrels salt,and I three t thousand pounds of be held at San Jose on the 4th of March 849 V I I.In .
[ 37)] making appropriations ,
For iron and a'ecl for chop, two hundred and 7
I For iron and steel for nd' tbirco, stipulated in the
; slop, two hundred second article of the
treaty for
rent and contingent of t the I Indian : of and '
expenses depart For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth twenty dollars ; twenty dollars; of the first August, eighteen hundred and twenty purpose drafting preparing a ,,
rnent, and for with
fulfilling treaty stipulations article of the treaty of twenty-fourth h January, eighteen For agricultural implements, ttinulated! ) in (the For education stipulated in the second article of nine, six hundred dollars ; form provisional government, to be submit. $, _
the various Indian tribes for the June
thirtieth, one thousand eight, hundred year ending and filty. hundred and twenty-six, twenty thousand dollars ) fourth all ice ol the t treaty of fifteenth J'JJ,eightetn the treaty of the entieth September,eighteen hundred For one thousand five hundred pounds tobacco, ted to the people for ratification or rejection .

licit by the Senate and JLaseofRepre. ; hundred thirty, five hundred and lwent-eightone thousand dollars !I stipulte in the fifth article! of the treaty of the fif by a vole by ballot. _

tnactrdby* oftFae United State of America in Congreii For limited annuity,for twenty ears, stipulated in TO THE OTTOES AND MISSOURIAS. For payment in money)', in lieu of two thousand Septembereighteen hundred and thirty-two, The inhabitants of San Francisco ler
were 1
aiitmbled, That the following sums be, and the eighth article of the treaty ot twentyfourthMarch For limited annuity, stipulated in the second article pounds of tobacco, fifteen hundred pound: of iron, one hundred and seventy-five dollars: ; hold the
eighteen and thirty-two, ten thousand and thee hundred and fifty pounds stipulated For three blacksmiths and assistants a meeting on 8tb January, to make
they are hereby, appropriated out ol any money in Iluldn.t of the tieaty elf twenty-first September, eighteen ofrrel. : stipulated choice of _
the treasury not otherwise appiopriated, fcr tl e purpo dollars ; hundred and thi tJ-three, two thousand five hundred in the seond article of the treaty twentieth in the third article of' the 'treaty of the first :August, five delegates. .1 :

e of paying the cunent and continuent expenses For blacksmith and assi.tnt. stipulated in the dollais ; Septembereighteen hundred and twenty-eight, eighteen hundred and Iweniy-niiie, two thousand: At their previous meeting resolutions were .

of the Indian department, and fulfilling treaty: stipulations I eighth article ot the treaty or IWtnl '-lixc'ight hundred For azriculttml implements, stipulated in the and Ienth of tt e treaty of filth June, one hundred and si\ty i dollars. also adopted expressing the opinion that the : f

with the various Indian tribes. and forty dollars; thud altide of the treaty of twenty-first September eighteen hundred and (fojr\-six, three hundred dol For iron and! steel I for shops, six hundred and sixty duties which have been
For iron and steel for hop, two hundred and seventy lars; dollars collected at the port !
; .
For I he'current and contingent expenses of the In. eighteen hundred and t thirty-three: five hundied dollars
dian >.iz: dolan; ; I For blacksraitli and :assistant stipulated in Ihe For laborers and oxen,stipulated in the third ar. of Upper California, since the 15th cf August ; 4f

)For department the pay ol superintendent of Indian afTaiis atSt. (. 1l:1.ksmith: and assistants, stipulated in For educationstipulated'] in the fourth article of second article of the treaty of twentieth September tide of the treaty of tbe frt August, eighteen hun last, rightly belong! to the people of the Ter.

Louis, and the 5c"Hal'ndi1' agents, a provided : the of the tieaty of twenty-fourth the treaty of Iwenty-fjut September, eighteen hundred : eighteen hundred twenty.eightscven hundred tired and twenty-nine, hundred and sixty-five rltory.Rilcy. t
Mardi, eighteen hundred, and t hill '-two, th, and dollars dollars :
one u- : ;
twenty ; -- -
by the act of June thirtieth, eighteen hunJieJ and and Ihirly-three, five hundred dollars ; .. S
and six hundred and eighty dolars. article i- I For iron and steel for shop, Iwo hundred and For education, stipulated in the fourth article *
ihirt-four, and of March) third, eighteen hundred For payment offarmer stipulated in Ihe fifth c the Deserter.-A letter in the Paw.
Fur. iron and atcel, for shops, and forty i t dollars the treaty of the fifteenth
twenty ; September,
and thirt '.se"cn, and of June tenty.seventhcih. f\'c of the treaty \er.ty-fnst: September, eigeteen eighteen tucket Chronicle from .
t dollars ; For blacksmith and stipulated in the dred and tbiee thousand one of a party bound !
teen hundred and forty-six, fourteen thousand dollars hundred and thirty-three, siz hundred dollars; asislnt. dolar;
; For wheclwiighl, stipulated in the eighth article For blacksmith and assistantstipulated in the second article of the treaty of the Iwenty-ninth July For six agriculturists purchase cf oxen plough, to California, by the way Mexico, has the .

For Ihe pay of sub-agents, authorized by the act of of the treaty ol twenty-fourth January, eighteen fouilh article of the treaty ol fifteenth July,eighteen I eighteen hundred and tWtnt '-nine, seven hun and other implements, stipulated in the fifth arth following notice of the personage abort 9

Jue thirtieth, eighteen hundu'd and thirl .four. is hundied and twenty-six, six hundred di/ilars ; bundled and thirty: seven hundred and twenty dollars ) I dred and twenty dollars; article of the treaty ol the fifteenth I I September, eighteen named : .
thousand seven hundred dollars For education, stipulated in tIe thirteenth alice For purchase of fifty barrels sa1, stipulated in the hundred and thirt .two,t 0 thousand fire hun
; ; "At
of! the t of Iwent -tour:h March, second article of 11.tr"ah .red dollars Jalapa 've were called on by Col. Iti- "
uaty ) eight of Julv.eizhtrcn ; ,
For the pay of authciucd by the For iron and) steel for shop, two hundred : < twenty-ninth
inlerlrel'I tIred and three thousand dollars :1.1' hundred and Foa of two ley, the Irish deserter (so called ) He is
act, ten ; Ihirt-twt ; twenty dollars. twe ty-nine, two hundred and pay physicians, stipulated in the fifth an j

tame For !the paynl clerk to .uoeiintend at St. LO'Ji*, Fur interest on three hundred and filty thousand TO THE: fifty dollars ; I article cf the treaty of the fifteen Septdmher. eighteen officer in the Mexican army, and says he has -.;

nuthoiizcd by the act of June I twenty seven,eighteen dollar., at five per centum, ftipultttd in the thiid OTTAWAS. Fur educationstipulated in the fourth article of hundred and Inim-two, four hundred dollars ; been unjustly punished by Gen. Scott, as ho I
Imndr.d and furt\-six, one thousand two liuudied article of the tieaty of h\nl)'-t hiId November, eighteen For permanent annuity stipulated in the (<,ortli ,, the treaty oftwcntc.seveuth. October eighteen hundred For interest on one million one hundred thousand
dollars hundred and thirl '-ei llt, seventeen thousandth aiticle ol the treaty' of third August seventeen him'red !I and Ihirty-two, two thousand dollars dollars, at five per centum stipulated in (the fourth .never__ was an American citizen, nor was ho _

For payofcleik; to upcrinte-ntlent cf the hundred dollars; (! and ninet_%-ti'c, one thousand dollars ; I For interest on .ix huedred and forty-three thousand article of **,. t.r of the first !Vov.mh.r, .i<<.bt..a.t.undredLmnd ilc.1 i m ine .American army. He came Ito
wCter in the IVr in the second the t Ihiriy-seven.fifty-fhe thousand dollars Mexico on his own book, and asked a .
the thousand dullain For educationstipulated fourth article of permanent' annuitY.ltil.ultd dollars, at five per cruium stipulated in ; commission '
territory, by art.
same one
Fur ; the treaty of t e fourth Januai\, eighteen hundud strticlcnl lit* treaty .mtCnth NU\'CITber.j seventh article of the treaty of the filth! nf June. For interest on eighty-five thousand dollars! at from Gen. Taj-lor-was refused, and
and thou. i t
buildings at t
repairs \0
1 agencies hundrtdam! seven, eight dollars I eighteen and thousand five per centum, in the fourth article of
e.ndd-Mlnrs: and lorly-lite, three thousand dollars. eighteen ; ImOhl forty-six, thirty-two ; as his object was to make he
; in the fourth the Ireaty of the thirteenth October money, joined I -
For hundred
annuity dollar ,
stipulated I one, fifty I -
permanent eihtff1
For with various J Indians TO THE: DHL AWAKES. the Mexicans
fulfilling treaty stipulations ? and after in all the batik
and serving
article .fi 1 the) tn.I! of the seventeenth SptfrLlr. --'- *- TO PAWS. forty-fix., tour I be u sand two hundred and -;
tribt. viz: For pel manent ai.nuit)', stipulated in tl.c fuull eighteen hundred and eighteen! one \ TiE QUA I fih d-liars. ?, was taken at Chusubusco. -He received
TO INDIANS.) aiticle of I the t treaty of t third Auju>t, \ Iln. dollais : F"rimit' tlnnuity. stipulated in the fourth article I -
hundred hundred
TiE CIRISTI.\: ; WE two sttipcs, ihe Idler D was burnt in -
For in Itc ictw of dred and aincly five, one I tllusanJ dllal; For annuity, stipulated in tle fourth eighteenth May, eighteen .
btipulated .
permanent annuity pounanent hundred For perrmnlnt annuity, in the fifth his cheek, and Jje imprisoned nine months.He .
May eighteen liundud, and Iv.etlxfour '- For permanent annuity, lipulut( il > i hind ai- article of the of Augusteighteen and I Ihilt-thre. Iwo thousand dollar.; I stipulated article : '
twenty-sixth thirteenth treaty twcn'-lnll education in the thud article ofthe .-f the treaty of the second intends Gen. I
and May twentieth, eighteen. liundnd audtwc"1.si" tide ol the treaty September, eighteenand hut.dred and twenty-one, one thou'Jld dollar- rCr stipulated Octo'ier. eighteen as soon as Tajlor lakes his 1:
the dollars of the eighteenth May, hundredand i hundred and eighteen three thousand dollars.JIENOJIONICS. .
four hundred! dollars. nine thousand ; treaty eighteen seat, lo apply to the United Slates for redres,
For permanent annuily, stipulated in tllf fifth article Tl thiity-three one thousand dollars ; .
which if fats h he
TO THE CIIIITEWAS OF SAG1XAW.. ol the treaty of third October eighteen hun For limited amiuily, stipulated in the f fourth aiti For blacksmith, stipulated in the third article of ; story (true, will nnioubtedlygit. -c

For permanent annuity, stipulated in the lourlh died &nd eighteen, lour thousand dollais ; cle cf tl.e treaty of twtn y-eighth March, eighteenhiutidred :I the treaty of the eighteenth May, eighteen hundred For at fulfilling the treaty session with the Menomonies, ratified It is said Gen. Taylor never considered .

article of the treaty ol thud' Augu.-t, le\'eltCI hundred For permanent anjiuity, stipulated in the Mipplc- and thirly-kix, thirty thousand dollar ; I and thirt-threesix\hundred dollars; For payment pr.seot to t the chiefs Congress to enable!, them viz: to i him a deserter. He is a fine specimen of an
and thousand of For interest to be paid ai annuity on two hundred For iron and steel for hu-iJre-d and :r-
ninety-five one dolar.; mci.tal treaty lweut-tourlh Selteilber. eighteen 'I shop, two ran rand ettlethe rfLirsof the tribe, Irish gentleman, and a friend all Americans. .
For second hundred and t thousand dollarsper resolution of the Senate of I dollars preparatory
tn wen-
permanent annuity one ; twenty ;
entniw dolar. to their removal lo their new first clause He has influence here and has
article ol f the treaty of f seventeenth Noembereigh. Foi life annuity chie stipulated in '" lc ty-bc\enth May, eighteen hundred and thirtx-six, For pay cf farmer stipulated in the third article of fourth article of ( of country.'per helped .
teen hnndred and sveneight hundied ilollm; ai tide of supplemental treaty of twcnt-lourth September I twelve thousand dollars; (f the treaty of the eighteenth May eighteen hundred eizhtecn hundred and meaty eighteenth October rmny Americans that were in trouble here."c .- 1 .

For permanent.annuity btijiulated in the touith eighteen hundred and i liscntv.mi.e, to I treaty I For education, stipulated in t tIC: fourth article cf and thiitv-lhree, .ix hundud dollars.TOTHCSIX d forty-eight, thirty thousand \\ dined with him on'SuncJay and had a very : .

article of the treaty of twenty-fourth) September, of third October, eighteen hundred and eighteen i the treaty of the twenty-eighth Match, eighteen NATIONSOFNEW YORK. I lars; to the mixed blood, and such pleasant tmrce." -
pay in -
proportions :
i hundred and ninetcn t thousand dollau hundred and I I thousand i
eighteen ,one ; (two hundred ; hirt.six.f"e : ; ---
dolaf I to each as the chiefs in council, and commissioner % t
For support 01 l blacksmiths, and for fanning mi-n For life annuity chiefsltipul.Md in supplemental Fcr missions, stipulate in the fourth article of For permanent annuity in the sixth ar- I to be appointed by 'the President shall Ezemies.-.1leiatdet'g Messenger givei jj 1:
ail, and and 1 he employment of to i tal article cf October the of March tide tbc of the eleventh November designate .
ctle persons to treaty h\tl- eighteen treaty twenty-eighth eighteen ol ( treat) seventeen second cliuse'of article and the following wholesome adrice :These lI
"aid them itta-iticulture, stipulated' in the M-vctith article I hundred' and Ilirt '..t0,I'o hundied dollar ; hundred and thirtp-six, three thousand dollar1; I hundred and uinef'-tlur. four tl\usand. five forty; thousand per same treaty,

of the treaty of fourteenth January, eighteenhundred For purchase of f sal, stipulated in the thud article For vaccine matter, medicinesand pay <-f phsicians hundred dul.r. For dolari ; pithy paragraphs outweigh whole volumes at j :
and thirty-seven thousand dollais. I of the treaty of h June, eighteen hundredand stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty payment expenses of removal per third limes, and arc the very best chart for the wise. .
clause article
of and
OF NEW YORK. same thousand
TO THE CIIIPPEWAS.! : MEXOMONIHS. WINNUBAGOnS. t three, one hundred dollars ; of twenty-eighth March, eighteen hundred and thir TiE dollars treaty twenty Have you enemies Go straight on and
AND! NEW YORK INDIANS.For I Fur.blacksmith and assistant stipulated in the ty-six, t three hundred dollars ; For permanent annuity, in lieu of interest on For payment for subsistence for one ear after removal .mind them not. If they block up your path .- -
M\th article of I the of third Ocli.bir, eighteen For purchase of provisions stipulated in the fourth I Mock, per act of the nineteenth of February eighteen j
education during the pleasure of Congress, treaty I per fourth clause of same article and lieaty, walk around them, do your duty regardless of
'! end eighteen, hundred and twenty aiticle of the treaty of twenty-eighth Maoch, eighteen I hundred :and thirty-one, six thousand dollars ; : t
the Ilndr.t sent thousand
the filth article of cf I dollars
treaty el- twenty ; their A who has enemies is .
.liIHlh- 1 ; hundud and thirt-si) Iwo thousand dollars ; For interest, in lieu of investment, on seventyfive spite no
hundred and tvvciiM- Lol3s For the establishment of manual labor school
( eighteen iutcicston thousand and doli ) Fi ix thousand the hundred pounds of ti-bacro dollar of a seldom good for anyfhirig =lfe i rrfadd of that
one thousand fue hundred dollais. I forty-six eighty >r thousand at t.e per centum, per act the erection of a gnat and saw mill, and other nec I .
i lars, at live per centum: being the value ol thirtjsixsections I one hundred barrels of call, and live hundied fish t he t wcnly-sevenl h June ti llternllundr.t"nc: fifth clause of article kind material which is so easily worked, '
OF[ LAKI same
TO THCCf IIPPCWAS S\r lOn AND of land set apart by treaty eighteen lain- barrels, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty (orl "-!ix, three thousand seven tly essary imlro\emenll per that one has a hand in it. A 4
M1SSI SSI PI'l. \ died and thirtj-eight, two Ihousan three hundred of the twenty-eighth March, eighteen hundred and dollar and treaty, fifteen thousand dollars ; erery sterling* ,

For payment in money, stipulated in the second and four dollars. t thirty-six, cue t thousand one hundred dollais; For the payment of improvements on the land character- -one who thinks} for himself, artd -

article of the treaty ol twenty-iimlli July, eighteen 1! For three blacksmith and assistants,stipulated in TO TIE SIOUX OF MISSISSIPPI.! ceded per eighth clause of same article and treaty speaks what he think, is always sure to have .

hundred and thirt '-len'u, nine thousand fi\e hundred TO TiE F.OHJ.IJI S OR SCMIXOLES. the seventh article I the treat of t the tw nl".ci. hth For interest on three hundred thousand dollars, at five thousand dollars ; enemies. They are as necessary lo him as ,

dollars ; For blacksmith ctab1sl.lent,5IipuJhd. in the March, eighteen hundred and( thil t '-six, two thousand five per centum, stipulated in the second article ot For Ihe services and expenses of a commissioner fresh air they keep him alive and active..__ 4
For payment in goods, stipulated in the secoi.d article sixth article of the treaty of dollars ; the treaty of twenty-ninth September, eighteen to distribute the half-breed fund, per second clause ) _
of tlie treaty of tweim-ninth July, dghtecnbundred eighteen hundred and Iwenty-lhree, and fourth arliel Foriron and steel for shopi, six hundred and sixty nundrad and thirty-seven, fifteen thousand dollars ; of same article and treaty, two thousand dollars ; A celebrated character,who was surrounded by '

and thirl-cvcn, nineteen thousand dollars It of the treaty of ninth May,eighteen hundred and dollars ; For limited annuity, stipulated in the second article For expenses of a delegation ol Indians to explore enemies, used to remark ; They ate sparks

; th t.t\o, one thousand dollars ; For gunsmith at Mackinac, stipulated in the seventh of the treaty ol the twenty-ninth September, (their new country, per sixth article same treaty' four which if you do not blow, will go out them '

For establishing three bmiths shops, supporting For annuity goods,stipulated in the sixth article article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth March eighteen hundred and (hilly-set, ten thousand dol-! thousand dollars. selves." Let this be your feeling, while en. _

three smiths, and furnishing' iron and steel, Mipula-' of the treaty of fouith Januaryeighteen hundredand eighteen hundred and thiltY-lix,,ix hundrtd dollars; lais; NEW YORK INDIANS. la lite down the scandal of
I'dl the second article of the treaty of twenty- lorly-five, two I thousand dollars ; For iron and steel fo. shop), two hundred and For purchase of medicines, agiirullural imple- deavoring those :

ninth July eighteen hundied and ttlrt*'-le\'tn,thrre For annuity in money, stipulated in the fouith article twenty dollars ; mcnts and stuck, and for snj-port of farmers phbician \- Forpajmentto the emigrant New York Jndini who ato !bitter against you. If you stop you1

thousasi dollars; of the treaty of fourth January, eighteen bundled For Iwo farmers and assistants, stipulated in the and black-mill), stipulated in the second article who vicnt west in the )ear eighteen hundred and do but as they desire, and open the way for

For support of farmers, purchase of implements, and forty-five three thousand dollar ; seventh article ot the treaty of the twentyeighthMarch ol the treaty of tlc twenty-ninth September, !forty-six their proportion of the annuities due the more abuse. Let the poor fellows talk-= _

grain or seed, and to canyon their agricultural pursuits For agricultural implements, stipulated in the I eighteen hundred and thirty-six, one thousand eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, eight thousandIwo Senecas and Six Nations New York for that year< there will be bat a re-action and -
stipulated in the second article of the treaty of seventh article of the treaty of fourth January, eighteen six hundred dollars ; hundred and dollars ; to be reimbursed to the United States when recovered jfyttt perform -

twenty-ninth July.eighhcn hundred and thirty".sev. hundred and forty-fiveone thousand dollars ; For two mechanicsstipulated in the seventh article TO THE SACS fly AND FOXES OF MISSOURI. from Samuel H. Bunch, late sub-indian agent but your duty, and hundreds WhO' were '

en,one thousand dollars] ; TO THE 10WAS. of the treaty Of the twenty-eighth March, eighteen and his sureties,four hundred, and seventy-eight dollars once alienated from you. will!! flock td you and i1 p,,:

For purchase of provisions, stipulated in the fecund For interest hundred and thou. hundred and thirty-m, one thousand two hun For interest.<;n_one hundred_and fifty-seven thousand and sixty-five cents ; I ac! rtowledge! their error. '

article ol the treaty of went-ninth July, eighteen : on one ff"'lenn dred dollars. four hundred dollars, at tn'l per centum, stipulated I I For compensation to an agent and- two interpreters _ _ _
sand 'five hundred dollais, at five per ( ntut, stipulated in the second article of the treaty 0'| twenl'lir -- .l
hundred and dollars for the Indian Texas in addition to former ctI #
thousand tribes
thirtY-lnenI"'o TO THE OSAGES. he author *
in the second article of the treaty of nineteenthOctober October, eighteen hundred and ihirty-scven, a Quandary. Q[ Ship and

For; the purchase of tobacco, stipulated' in the second eighteen hundred and tllirty.tgllf\'CI For interest on sixtyhine thousand one hundredand seven thousand eight hundred and seventy dollars. dollars appropriations for this object,, three thou'3nl Shore, Kev. Walter Colton, mentions in his ;:4 I _
thousand right hundred and \' ; twenty at l five per centum,being the alurtionof SACS ANb FOXES OF MISSISSIPPI. woik restless sai6f! if whorrfhe -
dolar a oot-of-placfe
article of the treaty of lwe t.ninth July, eighteen TO TiE For sUrveying the northern and ''fster boundary ;
sect of land set ?
ions by
hundred and thirty.even,1iehundred dollain; TO TiE KICKAPOOS. of the second) June eighteen hundred apart and For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third article lines of the country \owned by the Cieek Indians says, he will doubtless be seen coming Out _

For limited annuity, in money, for twenty-five For limited annuity, stipulated in the fourth article five for educational. resolution twenty of the of the treaty ol third November, eighteen hun fifteen thousand: dollars : somebody else's grave. We thought oi this
years, stipulated: i in the fourth article of the treaty of of the treaty twenty-fourth October, eighteen Senate of the nineteenth purposes.per hundredand dred and four one thousand dollars; I ROUT. C. WINTROP, singular illustration the
ourth October and hundred andthit five thousand dollars Januaryeighteen in the third of the r 1 House iif just nowon hearing
eighteen hundred forty-two, ty-twu, ; thiity.sixthreetbousand four hundred and For limited annuity, art trea. Speaker ( the Representatives.
twelve thousand 'five hundred dollars ; TO KAANSAS.For six dollars fifty- ty of the twenty-first t September, eighteen hundredand G. M. DALLAS. remark of a drunken fellow who had been .

For limited annuity, in goods for twenty-five TiE For limited; annuity, stipulated in the second thir'y.two, twenty thousand dollars ; Vice President of the United Staff, placed bj his companions in a coffin, convey .
in the fourth tide .fthe of Interest on two thousand dollars, at in the fourth article of and President of the Senate.
}ear ,stipulated 81 ( treaty t of the treaty of the eleventh January, eighteen For gunsmith, stipulated ed to a neighboring church-yard, and there t
fourth October eighteen hurdred and (foil-Iwo, ten fiveper centum,,t ( in the second article of hundred and thirty-ninetw thousand dollars the treaty of the twcnt-first Scpternb-er eighteen ArrnovED, March 3, IS49 left alone with his watchers, until he should c
thousand 'five hundred dollar ; the lieaty fourteenth January, eighteen hundredand ; hundred and thirt}.two, six hundred dollars; I J.UJf.K.POLK.Scientific :
For Iwo smith's stipulated' in the from his maudlin
awake trance When be
t H
ten thousand dollars elalishment.
For forty-six, ; and steel for two hundred and
of including
support t>vo smith'l shops, pay second article of treaty eleventh For iron shop I _
( January ---- -------- after three fotir hoOrs the
of smiths and ali"tantl, and furnishing iron and TOTHEMIAMIES.For eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, two thousand dollars twenty dollars ; awoke, or wags 4
vteel,stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of in the fourth For blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the I'tediclion.-A. writer in theNe who werfe peeping and listening behind a ;.

fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two two aa pel of the manent treaty annuity of twenty-third stipulated October, eigh For} pv of Iwo millers, stipulated in the second fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-first September York Evening Post on.Thursday morning broad gravestone, saw him raise his head f

thousand For dollars; in the tde hundre and twenty-tix, twenty-five hundred article of the treaty of the eleventh January, eighteen : ,eighteen hun fred and thirty-two, eight hun March 15, says : My observation of slowly up, look vaguely around him at (the. si. .
of two farmers, stipulated dred and ;
fourth article support of the treaty of fourth October, eighteen dolar; hundred and thirty.nincone tliousandlwu hundred For and dl\lar for shop, two hundred rind the state 6f the atmosphere for the last forty. lent monuments, reclaiming, as he did to : -
blacksmith and in the dollars. ion stee "
hundred and (forty-two, one thousand dolan ; usistntltipulted twenty dolan ; eight hours indicate thai a shock of earthquakehas tell, I'm either the first one m, Of else 3

For pay of two crp.nler stipulated' in Ii fifth article of the treaty hundred: OctCbtr and eighteenhundred dollars TO THE PIANKCSHAWS.For For ,. salt and forty kegs tobacco,stipulated taken place at a distant point during that I'm plagerly belated."
and t
cighteea, leeu twenty Y annuity stipulated in the fourth the J fourth article of the of the "
article of the treaty of fourth October, eighteen hundred permanent in treaty period. The Memphis Enquirer of Wednrs-

and forty-two, ODe thousand two hundred dollars For; iron and steel for shop, two hundred and article of the treaty of the third hundred August, seventeen twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirty day March 14, rays : A shock of an earthquake Gold Found in BdcliS County, Pa.-Quila '
and dollars
hundred ninety-fivefive hundred
; dolar; two, eight ; excitement
an was produced in
twenty dollars ; For annuity, stipulated) Iwo hundred thousand dollar, at "vas very sensibly on Tuesday Buckingham,
For support of } ; t the fourth article permanent article For interest on fel
of the Iclo01 "tipuJttdn, eighteen hundred For one thousand pounds of tobacco two thoun. nf live treaty f f the thirtieth December, eighteen five per centum stipulated the second article of morning: between midiiipht day-we sup. Bucks county a few days since,by the discove. P''

and forty-twotwo treaty.of thousand dollars; pounds of iron, and one thousand pounds of hundred and five, three hundred dollars ; the treaty of Ihelwenty-first October eighteen hundred pose about 1 o'clock. The vibration of the ry of a gold mine in a property situated orr"t" $
article of the twen
in the fourth
For of and tobacco, stipulated stipulated treaty PAWNEES. and thirty''ven. ten thousand dollars ; southeastern dope of
purchase provisions i ty-third Octuber' eighteen hundred and twenty-six, TO THE I earth probably continued ten seconds, producing Buckingham moimtaitr, 1j _
..the fourth( article of the treaty of fourth October, in the I For interest on eight hundred thousand dollars,b commotion a little east of the Durham1 road. Tn
even hundred and seventy dollars ; For agricultural implements stipulated I stipulated in the second article no little with (Ihe crockery, pre.
fighteeo; hundred and fortJ-I"u. 1 two thousand dollars ) For pay of miller, in lieu of gunsmith, stipulated. fourtu article of the treat) of the ninth of October fv treat per v-pf centum the eleventh October,eighteen hundred windowsc.. So it seems the writer was cious sfufT was found about eight feet below ft

in the fifth article of Ihe treaty of mill October, eighteen hundred and thirty-three one thousand the surface in
For limited annuity, in goods, 'for five years, ttiptilatcd and lurlV-Uto, 'forty thousand dollars. correct. particles about the size of rous. *
eighteen hundred and eighteen, six hundred dollars dollars. '
in the fourth article tf the'treaty of f fin-t Au.iiisteighteen ; TO SIIAWNEES. ,- lard seed. A specimen of it was sent fa ties
and bushels salt ila- TiE
Fur one hundred sixty of lip' TO THE POTTAWATOMIES OF HURON _
six hundred hundred and foity-seten, three thousand I ted in the fifth article cf the treaty, of sixth October, For annuitp. stipulated in the second For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth The Cholera -We ha"f seen loiters (ro11 U. States Mint, for the purpose hating its

Forpa'm.nt, in dollars specie;, to the Chippewasof LakeSuperior.stipulatedI eighteen hundred and eighteen, three hundred and article permanent of the treaty of the seventeenth November, articled and$Ihe treaty of the one thitd thou'and August dollars, seventeen; New Orleans, which state (hat the i quality le'sted. So says the Doylcstotvn IntelligeuceT. j

) ir the third articled the treaty I twenty For education dolUrs ; and of eighteen hundred and seven, four hundred dollars ; hundred permanent ninely.fve. ,stipulated in ihe fourth as prevalent in that city at present as at anytime .- F

of second August,eighteen i hundred and forty-KMcn, the sixth article oft he support treaty of poor twenty-third Itipubhin October TO THE POTTAWTOMIES.I arlicleof Ihe treaty of Ihe Iwentj-uinth September, during last autumn, and (hat alrf por. Canadian AJprirs.-. Monreal! < March 20<

nevtntccn For thousand dollars; eighteen hundred and twenty-six, two ,thousand For permanent annuity, stipulated in tl-e fourth eighteen hundred and seventeen, two thousand dol tion oflhe cases prove fatal. A 1840.-Tlie proprietors oflhe lfifdi nt'tfripa-

: payment in specie, to the Chippewas of Misissippistipulated ; article of the treaty ff the LarJuSUt, seventeen tars ; ligent gentleman, who arrived from announced in (hair'bsuc of this
per >' _
in the dolan direc ; morning,
third article ol t the of salt stipulated in the third article -
treaty ,
the ninth of twenty instalments in nundred and thousnd For purchase
money ninety-five dlan."or
fsecond New Orleans on states that he that in of late verdict
August, eighteen hundred and fort Y-IHn: stipulated in (the tecond article of Ihe treaty of twenty permanent stipulated t third of the treaty of the seventh June, eighteen hundred ThuudaJ ( consequence a against j

My nleea thousand dollars ; eighth November, eighteen hundred and forty, article of the treaty ot the thiteth Seplember.eighteen and three, sixty dollars; deaths were SUPPOftt from 130 to ihem for 500, for a political libel, they have 4

U>For tb'C limited annuity.for forty-six rears, to be paid I" t thousand five hundred dollars ; hundred and nine, five dolan j For blacksmith and aSfislnf. stipulated in the 150 per day. ( is the actual: condiionoftbing been entirely ruined, arid that their property i.

third article IPPf110f MIUllfllpa.hpult. in the \h'c For payment in lieu of laborer ilipulalcp in the For permanent annuity, htipula: third fourth article (f the treaty, o eighth; August tIle tonduct of iho journals of thai will be sold at public! auction, on the 20lh of _
of the "igh-I Novemher.eighteen article of the lieaty of the second October, eighteen eighteen hundred and thiaty-one, eight hundred and
teen hundred sixth article of the treaty o twenty-eighlh studious concealment out, must April next. It h the only radical in .
and forty-seven, one thousand dullarf. hundred and forty, two hundred and hundred and eighteen, t Iwo thousand five hundred forty (Inlt. ; organ,
TO THE CIHCKASAWS. I dollats : Kor irot 3rr steel frr shop, Iwo hundred and beconsidereda* highly reprehe rthle.-Chr. the English langtrngr, that h puU'sfccrf in ?
fifty dollars; in the cnnd ( (i Lwer Canada _______
the For permanent annuity, stipulated itncnt* > .It.lhrt Mercury fr'tl <
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THE GRAND SECRECY OF MASONRY DISCOVERED Fiom Savanntk Georgia: FLOIUDIAN & JOURNAL.A. the jarring in the Cabinet In relation lo a list of names of office hold. his Northern carnage, patronise Northern

BY A LADY. FLORIDA.Messrs. TIE Though there are differences removed theilIii'Lcsippiun'holds drir.b Northern
be ers at Washington likely to newspapers liquors, read

-! ntly. \ .. Editors :-My attention-has been E.MAXyy.ELL..&.;'R,.BTHJLTqN: upon important question,: it will hardly the following language Northern books spends his money at Nor.

On.a visit to a neighboring city rpc ailed to an citfact from the Florida Herald of AD :. .iro: to have separate organs: to tsprcs those them watering places, cr\hli Northern ftjh.
friend B. with whom 1DITOU lRrRIETon' Well them out. The
I called atthe houteof my ult.' tlie successful culture of ... that the leaders & we say turn more ionable resorts ; in short his his '
To astonish 28th relat'iVe\ tq.. .. lifferences ; and we doubt not able in person; slates,
I had long been acquaint my fruits, in the County of St. i 2l 1849." the melier There are many men his farm his necessaries, his luxuries
Masonic: tropical plantsand : Satuday, .Apri will strive hard to show the expediency ol their services in -as he
) and :
ment, I found hii Udy reading: pa. .rucie.on tie East coast of ihe State of Flor- the la we walks, rules, sleeps! loafs.
lounges or works .
per.' I asked her what: change had come ida. Having explored the tropical: fruit.growng Odd Fellow's Celebration at Montloello. removing all difficulty from this source. marshalling e Democratic party lo future he is surrounded with articles of Northaro-, '

over her, that she could not only admit such a been the and a witness of victories. Wo,do not believe that: : party i origin. *""'- .

paper in her house, but could t sit down to its region- on herewith spot! account of We regret that, from sheer forgetfulness. Florida Caora gains! any thing by putting its influential men : The '.
the facts I send -Ban. aggressive M
perusal, for I knew her father's family were lOU with suggestions in reference we have neglected so long to give notice of A friend has Landed us in office under the general government ; and : hw nets upon rights and .
the together arouse his
same, resentment
among the most vindictive, bitter, prescriptive thereto, which cannot fail to be of inter. the Odd Felloe's Celebration to be hjid''!'by ner (by the way, a well-ordered sheet) published we doubt whether the incumbents gain anything Northern: property made with Northern?-and on'

Anti. fasons that ever left the infected district cst and, importance to the enterprising agri. the Lodge at MonticeJIo on the 1st of May...l .:..:: at Little Rock, in which is noticed the cither. .Let them come home-mix with Northern ink paper I Ep resolves; a and resolves pen,
in New York. She replied, she had discov. State. the editor with the people-shake off the bad habits IQ
and hit culturists of your great and growing The Brothers of the Order pariclarIJ'.andother arrival of Californians, who, a regard to his rights In Northernvessel; ._
p ered the grand secret of Masonry ; discovered which t fixed salaries and .residence at Wash. *
While attracted to recently & .
are of his '
S eye convenient well knows, are a clever set b'hoys, products arc carried to mitketbicWtjcj '
she would' relate who can make it to attend, 'er
would be agreeable lo me, to and
gold.capped mountains of California, ) ington nre apt engender- go to is ginned
bow the ca l.e to make the discovery. I requested and hearts are fired with the "fames sacra are invited to be present. An address will and among them the following : for the party, in return for the honors the wore party crushed and witb-Nortber gins ; big sugar is '

her to make tho discovery. I requested nun ," at the sight of the glittering pile, it is be delivered by Dr. J. M. PALMER, who. we from Florida.-Geo. O. McMulIen, Richard has lavished upon them. We hope that ; his rivers preserved are by Northern machine

\ her to proceed,left which here she last did Fall, as,follows I learn.: forgotten that: in the Southern extreme of the feel MFured-wi!!! entertain his audience in a ) B. Maxwell,. Wm. M. Footman, E. R. the Taylor dynasty will be eminently proscriptive steamboats ry ; his mails navigated are carried by in Northern Northern

Soon after you buried in the soil and ofa -mo prtte counsels ilo us in.
lies products S.
Union, B. II. Gee, Wm. Gee, Chas. may Im
that hun. the interesting occasion. Randolph, stages ; are fed with
mortification befitting negroes Northern
ed, to my extreme my climate *' wealth of ihe Indies." jury, and postpone the day for again taking i
band had become a Mason.: I attributed it tropical McKinnie, "'. Snvth! Aaron Smith, Richard bacon, beef flour and corn ; his land cleared
In his speculations Dr. Perrine Mtisfacto- Later from control of the government-but from proscription
and I need not what Euop. S. Scrivcn W. B. Miller, P. with a Northern axe, and a jankee clock sits
to influence, say my 23 P. Leonard, B. the will
your rily proved before Congress, that up to o The steamer two days later party rise up with renewed his mantle
husband.I his
... feelings were towards: you or my N. L. on the Florida peninsula, there exists lerman B. Buckner. strength. Wo desire that the eyes of the Northern piece ; floor is swept by
has arrived at New a broom
to tho conclusion that do. news than the Niagara's, is covered with a Northern
at once came I" one of the most favorable: climates of the We chronicled tho departure of these young country should be opened to the uiter hypoc. and
: his wife
but I resolved dresses
end carpet
mestic happiness was at an ; York. Commercial affairs were unchanged, before a Northern
for human health and vegetable: of the in reference the
risy Whig t to
tropics adventuiers from this place sometime his
looking glass child
all the relations' of and
conduct in spirited ; cries for
that Northerntoy
my jrowth, and that the most tender plants of f the: and she brings nothing .interest, except a distribution of the executive patronage, and a
wife and mother should be such that the world ; and we understand: that letters crows over a Northern shoe, and i is perfectly .
in the south of ago
Topics are actually flourishing confirmation of the cloudy aspect of affairs, the sooner theJhetter.
should that I had done all that a woman happy in having Northern knif his
see Time and have verified have been received from them, stating that ; !
Florida. experiment
should do. Some three ?four months afler I threatening a general war. The War be. This is just such language 3 we would Lave son is educated at : Northern college! his
these speculations Though North ofthe trope are well fitted out for the trip, and that, ,
learned my husband: had joined the Masons, and of free from the tween Austria and Sardinia: about to recom- they Democratic presses give utterance to. We daughter' receives the finishing polish at a
cal-) latitude, -coune,
a circumstance occurred that for the tirst time intense heat of a tropicalsun, the climate is Tience, all efforts to renew the armistice hav. though the cholera was prevalent where they confess that much vhich we have seen from Northern seminary, his OCI r graduates a a f
doubt his integrity.It .- had travelled and in the boats, they were for- medical
gave: me any reason to so generous that it nourishes in the open air ing failed. France stands ready to aid the them on the subject of proscription, has tried orlhr college ; his schools are ;
was one of the coldest nights last winter of the fruits of the Your lunate in getting on a boat: in which there I supplied with! Northern teacher, and he {is
that husband returned at a late hour, and most tropics. Italians, if the Austrian should cross jnto the our patience. Many have: adopted a half-be- furnished with Northern inventions and
my in the of culture and in of it and thus escaped. They no-
saw, were no signs -
raid to'me, *' Margaret, cannot: you da>> with. process States. I seems hardly possible! in the seeching, deprecatory tone hardly consistent lion*.

out blanket bhawl 1" I replied that 1 vigorous growth, the cocoa-nut tree, orange, Papa disturbed of that'a terrible were going to Fort Smith to travel over from with We have The South I is I thus
your lemon, lime saw the plantations: of the pine. present state things! self-respect. always held it a dependent upon the .
; .
asked to it for him, and there with about two thousand others, escortedby North. '
could. He me get avoided.The '. The I fault: lies with itself. Ithastba7 *
apple plant, recently introduced and success European war can be matter of monstrous srrnll cons quence to the
bring him a bed spread or comfort. I himdfd nnd ate of ihe bananas. Orange a company of the U. S. Army. We hope reiredy' in its own hand. Heretofore, it has :.'
fully ; public whether Master Collector
grown our Post ,
the articles to him, and ho immediately orchards, piiic-apple fields, banana and Weather and Crops. their career may: continue to be a safe' :and only grown the raw materials, the North has
left the house. I went to the window, and bj Customs and Navy Agents were Whigs or manufactured them and all the
_ cocna.nut arc now in process of culti. The past week has been: unpleasantly cold. and that speedy tidings of their reaped profits.. .
groves one,
the light from the lamps!' discovered another pleasant: Democrats. There is one thingcertain, Gen.'FaIor's It has grown rich and beyond
vation! by settlers, most of whom went into There was frost on Sunday night which the hearts of their friends. ,
with large basket the shawl and 1 success may gladden t measure the South has
man: a ; that without means from the powers removal fill short of the ; become poor.-
comfort in it, nnd they soon dis country many we learn was general through this rt'gion.The .- There should be
were placed
a change. Ncceiiily and
North. The 8uar.rane there attains a degree United States Senate and until he
appeared. My husband returned in about : damage done to gardens and the crops i is Northern Free-Soilers, & ; can fAd duty alike, demand it. Self.repert and

half hour. I bad r'tirrd-u-J: ; he had ev- : maturity and perfection seen no wheieelse the South the Sentinel among Whigs enough in that body to give him control self
an I believe. It blossoms ; and its culture truly alarming. \e hear of plantations on Whig p.lperof preservation require it. The South !

<>ry reason to suppose (hat I was asleep ; but :as a crop may be relied on. which the cotton has: been entirely cut down, the number, are chuckling with evident there, a contingency not likely to happen very manufacture, first, a'l its necessarjcs-fts

I was not, neither did I close my eyes with The lIon.'m.. A. Forward procuredfrom and the much injured and there} arefew satisfaction over an alleged union in the North soon, the Tariff of '40 will hardly be repealed heavy articles. It has: the raw material: water .
that as a matter of course, he corn ;
sleep' morning :Mr. Burnham: representative from St. the democrats and the free. or the Sub Treasury: expunged. Andwe power and ni proper facitis in abun.
have to explain] his have suffered of the between proper
would : some story prepared that not a great blight I dance. When does this, will
the fact which he orh
following kindly far from certain that :
mysterious conduct. This he failed to do, furnished former crop. East of this we understandthe soil democrats ; and they point to recent e. are being making I have learnt a lesson, and we shall: independent .
which induced me to keep a sharp look out mo : the Whig Postmasters and Whig Collectors of" "
As and
there to
been in ofa lections to fJe. pro pcrouq.
Says Mr. Burnham-the first dips of the injury has greater consequence estalJsh
shawl l for I knew that if I could
for once Customs is the surest
my making Whig ,
I 20ih 1813. I the election in the city of New York, we see way
on it, I would be able to unravel pine.plant put out August: fill of rain which preceded the frost. In the Things Hoped For.
get my eye then bore fruit democrats of the old school Senators. The Democrat who removed
out forty-six slips. They that of tho i
the whole nijstery. lower counties Georgia the destruction is many The Seniinfl" hopes it be true," that
in 1S45 and the fruit matured lOih will himself behalf of the may
July. and declared hardly ciert
It was not long after, as I was on the reported as still more serious and extensive. re fused to join the free.soier so pow.era the work proscribing Post Office men at the
From the I have in. 1
original foity-six dip, that be. The who the office
that female whisked whomI address. In Connecticut Whig gets J
street a past upon I creased to three thousand five hundred plants, To make the matter worse, the planters, not through a published I rate of sixty heads" week, is begun. %Why i
discovered shawl. The good-for-noth be well contented to remain
my where the democrats have elected very quiet.
while one-lialf of which will bear next July. The apprehending any such calamity, have not wi I Because the Post Office Department has i
thought, glow triumph
ing h'irzy
does well St. Lucie if better three out of the four members to While the disappointed office-seekers, whose
appli as at not congress
saved seed for and altogether I become hot-bed needs
thrilled nerve and quickened : replanting ; a corruption, and a t
every } my pace 6ufcent
than in Cuba the fruit is and better. I name in most is will be in the
larger ticket in the cases Legion,
of them the Cass
,_ two were on
in the pursuit. I followed her closely from I Uh there is every probabiliiynthat! } tins pretty thorough reform ? Very sweeping- I
another into the fourth of I I went there to live in 1842. There never 1 late and to rebut the position taken very Lest possible mood for having business j "
one street to story has been frost to injure the most tender destruction will very materially I lessen the canvass: chargethis. an-J deplorable! to think But
a book bindery. I saw her very composedlylay any by the Southern whig i is the fact that the at home, on Election days, or for voting split I or .
plants. The rainy l season! is from May to next crop. We make extracts below, which our neighbor must not de ?air. That honest
aside shawl and sit down her work
to tickets. As Democrats therefore '
my and in the fall from October to December. whigs of the North are complaining of this c. we arc .
where, urged ou by an insatiable: desire to July show how this spell of weather has operated man, the second Assistant Post Master Genera i
." Mr. Forward adds : "I believe it to lection evidence of the lukewarmness" very much in lined to add our wishes to thoseof
get the clew to my husband's perfidy. I soo: elsewhere as !, Fi'z Henry Warren, who his
j be the most t profitable country for a poor man with the our Mississippi coternporary, that the Taylor 1\\indIec
of the Connecticut to
learned the street and number of her re&i i.ericl' in the United States." "KILLING FROST-CROPS ASD FKVITSDESTROYED. people regard neighbors up in yankce-land! and run away :
fruits there flourish in -Afier a week of intensely hot aggressions power. to parts unknown, is specially entrusted with .
not mistaken, cither, t for I lliaw my comfort Semi-tropical great weather: sudden change: occurred Salur- When we hear of a clever fellow who has lost ;
on .
luxuriance, and most of the common gardentegctables. With reference to one of the members} elecf the cleansing purifying labors of the De.
there. The whole secret flashed upon tnj' day last. On Sunday.snow fell in considerable good ofilcc, the perquisites of which he :nd :
The lands of Florida! I
mind at once, clearly as if it l Lad been WI it. tropical : on quantities at various points ?, a whig paper of the State seems to COi. : pirtmsnt. If his appointment i is an instance: :
tho East and in the of the [Indian needs shall withhold
ten by a sunbeam: from Heaven. There I coast region: rounding country. This was followedby skier. it a great crime that lie had: recently we not our sympathies ; of the thorough reform" that is to be made, .
found widowed mother in the last of River and St. Lucie, appear to be clan 01.1! but no! particularly because he i is Democrat. I we do not deny that there have to be
a stages; frost his District the : very
dcr formation and higher level above the a severe, killing on Sunday night, stumped! telling frecsfi men wi f
on a
consumption, and three children dependent : the damage from which is The We dt.sir. to see Democratic principles sustained extensive changes and 31 0 a new edition of )
sea, than those in Northern sections.- incalculable. that he found no warrant in the constitutionfor
upon the scanty pittance earned: by the elder! gardens in this vicinity, us far as we have seei'igthe Democratic party resume I i the dictionary: to define the modern sense !
The i is finer. The climate i the of slavery i
landscape il more for Congress to legislate on subject } the .
kister. whom I had 110 suspiciously followed.I .- I wordho.iesy.DauwvEv.Danjel
been able to Lear lime been dcttroved.
loarnixl (rfIfl lh) UpS OMtie djllli; 'mn a salubrious. Its atracttons to those of moderate : entirely on tf territories." This is a doctrine i its supremacy. The very surest t way to bring 1 1i

lesson that in all I had means, and wLudusho input iniliclronn Peaches, nectarines, grapes, apples I about this is be found Atkinson who
my philosophy, never r to in general was an !
that of the South believe in insist 'ui \ :
) are we upon,
labor from which draw pllms-al
capital to completely
as ,
tae! ofssrrow a tup- 1I"htcJ.-
dre-imcd cuch! I hsrlnev.cr
a : ) ( turn old of Democrats.! old citizen of this : and who believe I
Corn we
to-and when she related the deed i port for themselves and familpl arc great ; many inMance* a :and will stand by. In addition to this we find county

ofchaiily listened that had been the cause of all I I and though there are rnanj': great !uny.i I|: high! wis kil'c lo the ground, and it is generally J i the following:) entraeted from an address published But in spying that we have little! to urge came hve from Soutl.Curofna.a! drowned !

unhappincss, 11 felt that there was 1):1t room my in I I i ances from (the insect tribes, yet where openings \ the wheat crop has suffered I the tleruociats just J before the election against proscription: per se, and much to Lope ; on Tuesday last in Munsnn3 Mill!! pond, near

my bosom to:>> appreciate the disinterested be- nre made: and cleared of undergrowth, .II a similar; fate. It i is difficult, a yet, to csti- : : ) from its exercise by our Whig President, we j this place! lie was fol.ing I with two other I
mate the injury done to the! of ,
nevolenee of husband. Site said. I Ido these are so much abated: that :art will o\er- growing crop far from in H" boat
!! : arc absolving Gen. Talor from the a sm which was accidentally cap
como them. Industry and are cotton. crop which was up has been I We have nr sympathies with ihnse who

the not.kindness know bow of we two should have who! lived but here for the chief investments, in order perseverance to reap a rich destroyed, and the impression seems to be I see nothing: precious in the history of Virginia pledges which ha has made to the American I sized. Thpwum norl! safe, but the deceased 1

late one night and persons left a basket filled came with remuneration. About eighteen thousand pinescan universal that there! is not enough seed left to I o Ca rolina ; no glorious memories clustering people: -pledges without which it would be becoming confused, undertook to swim

provisions! some bed clothes, a shawl, andth'c be produced to t the acre. This fi ult from re.plant. In many cases the planters, supposing I nround Mount Vernon or Monticello ; no difficult believe he coul'Jevcrhave obtained out in another direction, which unfortunately!

the pine.plants of South Florida need not be their stand complete' and ,their crops out footprints of heroic men by broid Santee" the too distance for
dollars. They just opened the door, and i Presidency. Men are frequently excusable was long a his strength and
plucked till it has. quite matured, whn will of danger, had used all the surplus seed for I and along the path! Marion's men, but only
in the basket this
andask i
set savingaccept for : he failed. His
while recovered
and bu
body was
manure ci nspquently it will be rejoicing: treachery thy condemn
and left before I had time come into market in a better condition, and ; impossible free Foil through that tongu.i of land which i iscalled I ,
no questions, for them to repair their losses."-Journal in the Middle States I 1 the traitor. Proscription for opinion ried.
to inquire their names.: 1 do not know who of a finer flavor, than any other. The average I $ New England, .

they were, and have had some doubts from value of the pine, then will be at least I Messenger, .Macon Ga. and north of the Ohio, and noxherc eJse I sake may be very innocent in itself -though ELECTION OF JUDGES .BY THE PEOPLE

where these things came, but I never fo'rget five cents ; and an acre will give eight or I Tin: '1.E.tTI1LP.-Last t week, summer was we cannot bring ourselves to believe that we I: we do not think so-it may be much desiredeven This will!, undoubtedly! he one of i the great

in my daily: prayer to Him who openeth his nine hundred total while the produce of the upon us. But on Saturday, tho wind veeredto are ojc; people ; that we have one country, by the party on whom the axe is to t political question's! of the times. The appear

band and tilleth the poor with bread, that if orange is per acre. : northeast ; ou Saturday. it was chilling cold one :ancestry, and a common destiny ; and 1 f"I ances are that thr two great parties of the ;

ihese were men, to keep them and theirs from i These facts, together with the salubrity of, and yesterday morning there was a general! that there aretics consanguinity binding : -:and yet he vho exercises it, in opposition I country will be :arrayed in opposition upon it j jbt

the sorrows and afflictions with which I have the fruit growing regions, must, ere long, excite I white frost and ice. The frost has cut down together: whereever under the flag of tho U. :Jo solemn pledges, may be far from guiltless.! I -: democrats fir-the whigs against election ,

interest and attention. all the delicate plants of the gardens, and nion our lot be cast -if these considcra- I .
been visited. I left the !house a better woman public I wi may ; bj- (the people. We say to o-ir! democratic I

than when I entered it. But the grand And as though Providence would heap its probably strip the trees of their nearly grown lions are nothing, then we are prepared, for. Odd Fellowship. cotemporaries, of this state, who arc holding .

secret of Masonry\ ,' said I, 'I thought you favor a great inland thoroughfare: extending foliage. But this is but a small part of the sooth, miserable: patriots indeed, for the doc. The Society of the Independent Order of back, they might as well take the bul by

were lo tell me what it is ?' She replied, it from this city, by (he channel of the St. Johns damage. It is to be feared that. .the wheat (trines cia faction whose leaders have do- Odd Fellows is rapidly extending its iuf.J the horns at once. They idlE hare d:

is (to do good and not tell of ft."Masonic River, navigable to its head waters by steam, crop, now fully eared out,is perfectly destroyed cared the Union to be :"league with death ence, and, wherever it goes, is and recog. sooner or later. Look at MU-issippr," New
= Rcticzc.Marriage.Vbcreever. and there can be no doubt that all the cotton a covenant with hell. f.l York and the new Northwestern states where
is opened' : and eight or ten miles distant easterly nnl
nized as an institution eminently god and
that i is is thoroughly killed.
I from these head waters, over a strip of up f.uit too Some such language as this! by Mr. Fillmore the plan is already in successful operation !-
womin plights except that protected foliage, hc destroyed. I charitable: in its purposes. Whether home I Look at Missouri, when? the constitution has
falling in an inclined plane to shores after his election! about Southern .
her troth under the ky of Heaven, :at the do. of the Indian River, stretches this mighty lie expanse .-Federal Union, MiUeJgerillet Ga. I I or abroad the members of the Ordcr do not already, been altered! so n to render all officers .

mestic hearth or in the consecrated aisles the U7zigs; .(\he couldn't conscientiously include! their fraternal !legislative! judicial, and executive eligible
of salt water parallel to the sea, to the TiE WEATHER.-There was quite a forget obligations, or the duty .
ground is holy, the spirit of the hour is sacra very mouth of St. Lucie River, North lat. 27 change in the wcathcrycbterday. Thick clothing more) raised a perfect shout of joy in their they owe to their excellent cause. Wo I by the people! Look at Ohio, wheretho

mental. That it is thus felt even by the most t ranks but from Northern demo. SEe q'icsMon! : e.fa convention to alter the .
deg. 15 m. This expanse is also navigable and fires were comfortable. We understand as in the Charleston constitution

trivial, may be observed at every wedding cer for light draft steamers, which may be run in that the train from Macon, yesterdayencountered crals, and applied to the whole people! ,of course Courier instance of the is referred to the people, and where

emony. Though the mirth may be fast and connexion with tho St. Johns Riverand Florida a Morm of sleet and snow which these il'to spirit which governs them, that deserves to be the democrats, en masse, are out in favor of
ame gentlemen can see nothing
furious 'before or after the irrevocable foimula and thus draw all the invalid travel lasted from the ninety mile station until it mentioned.: Among t the persons congregated! I electing all officers by the people! Look at
is spoken, ar that of time there is 10tl or admire. Here, too, the "faction"ofAboiitionsts
jet point a approve Florida where the democrats
(rm North, and the tropical produce from reached the fortr.Sat.alJaGeorgian.. at the Isthmus of Panama, on their way to ., are urgingtho
shadow on the most laughing lip-a moisture the South into this city as the centre. These are strongly repudiated, which California choice of Judges by the people! It is rightin
were members
in tho Tho Charleston Courier still some sixty
eye. Wedlock! indissolu.ble hints are interest and importance, not only reports a great. is a step further than Mr. Fillmore chose to fro:1 theory-and will prove right in pract ce.-
except by an act of God-a sacrament the inland interest erJegree] of cold in that city, the .wintry as. thirteen different States. Finding some of (Ga.) Banner.
to whichis
steam Suu1r
: navigation: go, or could consistently i with his former
whoso solemnity reaches to eternity-will always beginning to feel the competition of the outside pect things at this season being the mostextraordinary go their number on the sick list, they called a
hold its rank in life declarations. HEADS OFF BUT
as well as in literature HF.AD3 UP !
lines, ltJ to this city ; for the outside con. occurrence" remembered-plcr mectyig and organized: for the purpose of pro.
'I as the most impressive fact of human We like this
of the
Bat, the facts charged by Southern saying Washington Un.
nexion will the trade and travel to suppose viding for their comfort and relief. Resolutions .
carry of hail sleet There
snow, ,
experience' in diamatic writing whether of icn.r a publish! list
to-day a upwards of
Charleston. The St. Johns line, and whigs, as to the union frcesoilers( and democrats .
the stage:; or closet', the piny or novel. It the Indian River and upper St. Lucio Sound line can be no doubt that incalculable: lossand, in. were adopted, making an assessment up. thirty appointments by the .President of the

must always be so !Ifgovernment with ail its u. houid be mail boats, adapted in their con., jury, widely extended, will be occasioned b are true, what ground does this furnish on each member, and also providing for a t United States, as taken from tho National In.

tirpations and aggrebiionn, has appropriated ) for the course they pursued 1 it come to bp of Brothers I telligencer. ask the reader
struction to speed and lightness of draft in wa. this fatal change weather. : I weekly meeting at Panama fir n'c to mark the

history, let the less ambitious portions of our ter. This scheme successfully executed, will .. 1 matter of gratulation that: the South is los the furtherance of their benevolent object} t great caution in the administration organ, in

literature. Ito eacrvd to the nfftctions-to the form a direct connexion between this city, Jarring Organs. -:. ing strength ? Or is it intended to create the 'so that they have laid the foundation there I concealing the removals. It only stages the

family based upon conjugal and parental Jove, and tho great Atlantic and interior towns, I seems that the National Intelligencer and impression that: the whigs of ihe North stand appointments to be made 'nee' (in the place
that institution is the for tho of that which
as slate which hitherto. working Charily loveth I of) certain former incumbents .
and the extreme and tropical fruit growing National Whig both claim to be the organs of better footing, as to ,'cryth:1n: the dem. except In cases !
in the world's! annals has !been little less than: South.St. upon s1. a good died and hateth selfishness, and which resignation, and then its quite particu.

the tad exponent human ambition.' : -Sleclc. Lucio embraces the great terminal. the administration, but that they do not always !. ocrats? Certainly nothing could bo farther will probably bo much needed in that clime. I t lar. Whe.e the fact resignation is not announced .

The Frigate Bird.-The fallowing is the point of I the main lands of East Florida, which agree in their representations of whatis from the truth. Again and again it has been Such conduct well becomes an ago of Chris. we must presume the case to be one a

; account given by the Bishop of Norwich at here begin to fall off into the Everglades on I ; said and intended to be done. The. formera shown (that the democrats were (ho only men tian intelligence. of remoral. Removal for tchat 1 For oineio's

the late meeting of the Ipswich Museum of the South, where the-great inland thorough. little while back, a i by authority;; said} that: in that region who have stood by the South. sake, no doubt'! Yet this is
the of
Xaturalllistory. lie had sent to the museum fare via St. Johns must terminate: ; the mild Gen. Taylor might take indignant.. Tho whigs there, without a known exception, A REMEDY. who professions the a 7zparIy' President""one j
__ that day: a specimen of the frigate;; bird-which and equable climate of which, together with! ly to frown" upon tbo conduct of the free. arc frecsoilers. tho democrats are driven The Huntsville, (Ala.) Advocate alluding to ,,before no enemies to had no friends to reward :

was literally a tenant of tho air it I lived in I its rich trop'cal: produce, will! at once attract I the various punish. Thefore. it ;
; fur
soilcrs if did not their and afterwards from because Southern for plans proposed resisting Northern must be concealed
quit folly
; the air. slept in the air, and never came to .. emigration and travel along the line ; and they ; away us men so puhl eye. 4

the shore except in the breeding season. The make it a productive interest constantly in. I the latter i insisted that this was noth. abandoned their interests as lo elect a free. encroachments upon Southern rights, !1 General has, according lo correspondent

explanation of this extraordinary phenomenon creasing: value. SAVANNAH.Valley I ing more than an ill-judged remark of a mere soil man to Jbo Vice Presidency, it is but sorry has the following sensible and patriotic remarks of his the wish Charleston Courier, (whig.) expressed,*'
not to
was as simple as possible. It was: admirably the intimated but : see any annctncemenL' ofappointments'
newspaper. Again, Intelligencer ba patriotism, poor to our cause to in the .
constructed for the purposes of its existence.It of El Paso.-\n the Valley of El that tho of the make this a matter for "The South has a remedy, which ifproper.Iy place or incumbents remated.
necessity case might party taunting. It is not the! deed hut the
had an beneath its throat Paso lies extreme We .
enormous pouch immediately on our used would work a wonderful in
its skin was loose, its bones and arteries were tern nnl must be traversed by an require the President to assume the responsibility That.there are northern democrats who are Northern aggressive sentiment. change Let the mtnl He strikes off heads:, but docs not like

like air vessels ; and with an extraordinary overland route from n point on the shores of of" supplying the absence of legislative free.soilers, nobody denies-that 4herc are Soath learn to lire al Iiome! At present', the people to know it. A guillotine at workin

expansion of tail and wing, it could, by imbibing the Gulf of Mexico to San Diego on the Pa. provision" for the government,. of California. northern whigs who are not free.soier is not North fattens and grows rich upon the South. a secret chamber where ne eye can pierce.

.a quantity: of air, and rarifying) it with chile, the' following extracts from 0 letter ad. But the Whig, says, No :' this would be acting pretended by one. The difference is We depend upon it for'our entire supplies.We .- Verily hath our new President a great aver.
to executions !
in ita1>od ', become in fact air dressed the of War Mr. JohnT. public Colamer.tb(
) an balloon. to Secretary: by purchase all our luxuries and "
much after the necessaries
too manner of.Mr.'Polkwhqse? that there ,are some democrats ftho'North Post Master General) is said (
: :
In $ibis manner. it floated in the air. .even.. dur..:. Hughes, who accompanied Col. Doni.phan' ?. j from the North.Va do not
Ing sleep. -. eJpeditioh, may not bcTound. unintcr. usurpations: of a similar- .kind. wejall:m- con.f who deny the right of Congress lo t touch questions ourselves. We do not depend upon keeps the michine" :of removals going without ;

Taking a Mail's Name in Vain.-By-the. sting : demned. .. of slaver}'; but not one whig there denies skill and industry at home encourage; but give enterprise prefer! any grease. fhc' no party President \
full and is
by. speaking SbclljV'did you ever know ."The settlement atE! Paso extends from It. is hard to get at tho real ,truth',, when. ,his. What, then, would it have benefited ence to that of the North. With us every gives him with swing the democrats, himself since getting the. ,

a little fellow by the name of Nathaniel SheIk the falls of tho Rio Grando on the North. to I there are two I authorities" t thus uttering con. tho South on these questions, if none but whigs branch! and pursuit. in life, every 'trade, pro. quite Connecticut' wralby elections. He is reported to.

ley ?-one of the crustaces lie was corn. the Presidio on the South-a distance of 22 oracles.- But tho fession' and is dependent the
tradictory administration} had been elected in Connecticut ? Not a occupation upon have that ho U now going to
plaining that some one bad insulted him bysending miles-and is one continuous. orhar and North. For instance, the Northerners abuse snit work't.
has this advantage in it-ifone puts out come whit, even if admit that those elected good earnest.So11heT(Ga.) .
him a letter addressed Nat Shelley." vineyard, embracing in its ample area an in. we are and denounce slavery and shareholders

Why;" said a friend, "I don't see anything dustrious and'pcaceaLlo! population of 8000.- 1 thing which docs'nt take well, there is a full-blooded free.soilers. \e aro al a loss, our slaves are clothed with Northern rnanu-jet Following the Example of Washington.. .

?r ."tliin'f in that : Xat.' is an abbreviation This spacious valley is about midway be. chance to stop it by a gentle hint to tbo other therefore, to see with what: reasom there is factured goods, have Northern hats nnd shoes, A Democrat in Washington inquired of a

4. of Nath&.niel." "I know iI," said the little twcen Santa Fe and Chihuahua, and is isola.! that i is mere newspaper. talk, and.entitled to such a huo and cry about the'union spoken of. work with Northern hoes, ploughs, and other Whig what ha.was to understand by Gen. Tay

man: but curse his impudence I ho spelt! it ted from all other Mexican bulllcinents! by the no weight except a such. If Bullitt and Sir. If true, we are in no worse condition' to implements, are chastised with Northern ; lor's promises to follow the example of the ear.

with a G,-Gnat !" "That was taking mountains that rise on tho east and West, and as made instrument, arc working for Northern lierj: IJresidlnta1 Tho Whig replied, with, .&

; liberties with a man's cognovits/ Mrs. close into the river on the north and south.- gent set up a third organ, as"5t 'sad'theji! : southern rights tlan. if wbigs had been clcc- more than Southern profit. Tho slaveholder knowing wink : Ho means.a second termjjon2jjjjn'Tojinjrsfanjaj'-

: Poitiugton! weuM} ) taj. Thf breadth of iho valley is about ten mil*.. do, i must wholly supersede(the other, or else! I ted. dresses in Northern goods., rides a Nnth-r


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THE CABINET AND THE AXE. drawers of water to a few upstart Norther. FUEAXER, the famous Mustang," .or the RULES l.V and then the nearest and test other evidence of w hicb TfV rr h-w .' <. '
RELATION TO CLAIMS PROVIDED FOR liT AN A nm Joy t' > r vrtih a.!ynn ".ti

The veil hai fallen from the Prnpbet. The lings-is pervading the South} while the spirit Delta-now the correspondent of jhe New ACT OF COMGRKSS, APPROVE 3D MARCH 18-19 thereof.the case is susceptible must be furnished ia lieu S., fOf II' ,.- s's' r Tiwwn.". his ". JIG' f,
Orleans Picayune-writes from Panama ENTITIoED "AN ACT TO PROVIDE lOaTHE .JlI& PftTwrwrtn*. whh they tun iV.Towxend'a PvMpwlHa \' .(
a PAT-
prestige of pro mile and pledge i ist gone. No of rampant insolence fires the small politicians. discouraging letter to travellers MEN? Of HOlt A:D OTHER PaOEWjLOTOa Every claim must be accompanied by the deposition Jrnominntioe it QFJtVtA'F Ori.:Tq"t>te. This T.waei>4 ': "
and Jefferson-no more of the Norlh. With them the feeling of seeking OESTROTTD ix Tftt MILITARY SCBTICS Of TUB of the : declaring that he has not re. aodnctnr. and ..varwa*; but wai lormerty a wnrheroB mil I .
more of Washington pow. ; fornia byjbat route. He that Southernand reived from officer of the United States .. '
says Ux1TE1 STATn." any agent rniiIs.eafiit .rd the mI. Yet h' irKnrrwv be titJeof Dr..e f.)

of ery) Presidents :"President TAYLORbai er grows and with us an unwillingness Western emigrants need not expect to 1LL CtAtM, tinder! t the provisions of this any horse or horses equipage, accoutrements, mule IhipiTeotinttfcrflhSswbb.sswiC.! Til II i i. fc.c* I

enemies to punish-friends to reward.Jefferson's .- lenr all the burthens of a gn\8rnmenttdooly, reach California that way, in a shorter lime t1. must presentedattheofficeoftheThirdAu-act wagon cart, boat, sleigh, or harness, (as the case jon the pnhhc not to H c>ceive may be,) in lien of the property lost, nor any com &rtoa'f
7-is he : lo be and insulted. A than three or four months, unless they are ditor sf the Treasury Department, and each curl be pensation for the ** QRIJ.YJ1. 01.0 Pr.JeobTowa..4s* .
honest injured supportcd.jf
rule was, Is he gorernment mib anliatedbyrsuchevic.ence.as practicable .":i.t, bnvlrtf on ll tbe 014 D,'. llkene. LI* fiuiilf c Mt elUuis t f
prepared to from 8600 to 81000 for is hereinafter designated the if made .
pay a i by original valuation list, by :
!late Collectorat instituted from evil abroad with and bin vUnntore rm t the Cnet r.f IIrR'" ;j t
to ;
ccpnble I" CHARLES BYRNE, protect is made respect to cases of the class underIhicli Ihe of the at the time the .,
passage Panama to San Francisco. The I it appraisers property same 1'rnu..I O4" l 105.Y......, .V.is r.a a f. :.1-

Jacksonville, (removed for I. D. HART) the instrument for trampling us at home. agents there have no tickets for sale, but thereare I : 'falul.Jj"ICST was taken into.the United Slate service, and in ca. :.,"' t.; .
CLASS OF CASES !es where Ihe loss i is alleged to have occurred! aJH
was as honest and as capable as any to be We have: all watched the silly manoeuvres plenty in the streets at the prices named. i E.ylhe-nrflUeclion.of.the'lave it js enacted the United State failed to supply transportation for .: 'f; il !
fr-nd. No rartisan was removed fur him.- of last session of Congress on this subject.We .- No through tickets are sold by the proprietors, ."That tanjfi eId, oitat1, or other officer,mounted I the horse, and t Ihe owner was compelled by the orderof .,..-. -.' I".." .' .

had'all or agents any where but in New York and mihtftman, volunteer ranged or cavalry, engaged in hiscommandiug officer to embark and leave him. 4a .tq -. J..
the death of the lamented a right to hope that Gen. TAY-
succcc3ed .
lie on the is that the Northern emi ihehilitaryseTJiornf the United States since the as provided lor in the first section cf the law ; the j.

Col. DELL who held it from the beginning of LOR'S popularity would aid in the settlement.It consequence 18th of June,1S12os. who shall hereafter be in aid affidavit of the claimant must l. in addition to the tli
grants get the preference, and fill (the steamers service .
up ,and has sustained or shall sustain declaration above mentioned!, declare that he did

the office. BYRNE is turned out, in some i 12 was not only the duty of patriotism, but the except when they sell out at enormous without any fault or negligence on his part while damage in in obedience to the order of his officer leave said ;

months or Io-not over long. Who now are interest ofhis put The amendment of Mr. rates. The vessels are incapable of holding Aid service.by (the loss ofa horse in battle,or by the hor!e and equipage, and that he never sold or otbe,. .
.loss of a horse wounded in battle and which has wi'e disposed of Ihe said horse or equipage and never w '
one-third ofthe crowds that for
}VhifS-not ultra Whigs 1 We see, we feel Walker, Wisconsin, presented the first passages, died, or shall dieof laid wound, or beingso wounded received any compensation for said horse or i4 '

what the Cabinet i is about ;-not in governingthe chance ofadjushn nt. General TAYLOR a'p- and the current ofemigration in consequenceis shall be abandoned by ordcrof his officer and lost 1.or equipage from any person whatever !I Jrl.

altogether Northern, and the country is'fil-! shall sustain damage by the loss of any horse bv death All evidence other than Ihe certificate of officers rr.J2vi: / :.::1. .:1 11.

country-not ;in learning its new duties ; pears.: With! him comes Mr. EWING, to pro. ling up with Northern men. Mr. Freaner or abandonment because of the unavoidable dangers who, at Ihe time of giving them were in the military \, i4t

but grinding ibe axe for the heads] of as good tide for his relations. General TAYLOR'J says there are 800 to 1000 men waiting trans. .of Ibe sea when on board a United Sates: transport service of the United States, mutt be sworn before : \'iYAP's* ; jf.:
vessel, or because the United States failed to some judge, justice of Ihe peace, or other per. : .
officers as can be found, to reward partisan influence is trusted to EWXNO to aid in set. portation, of whom two-thirds are Southerners transportation (or the horse, and the owner was compelled son duly authorized to administer oaths. and of ; ,., \\.1 :. 'I

with their places. We anticipated this ; wedo tling, in some way, the question. Ewixo, and Western men-some of them with their !, by the order of his commanding officer to which authority proof!hnuld accompany the evi ". \ f.../.1 H''
slaves. embark and leave him, or in consequence of the U- dence. TJEO. W. CRAWFORD, :

not comp'airi. But it is not the u entertainment an Ohio Abolitionist, entrusts it to SEWARD, aNew There is a good deal for reflection in these- nited States failing to supply sufficient forage, or be. Secretary of War. (OLD!) DR. JACOB ToWNsEND, i.

cau t the rider Was dismounted APPROVED March 2ft 49. TIIcOatC.INAI.IteCOvIItERoFTI: : J 4t4
York Abolitionist his letter. and separated f from .1
to which we were invited.. ,-(see ) He remarks, but it must be remembered on behalf ,
his horse, and ordered to do duly on fool at a station Z. TAYLOR. Genuine; Toirnsend tj.'t
Sarsaparilla.OH I
It proves already that the President cannot urges on Taylor's friends as a Taylor scheme of the New York line, that these boi.lt detached from his horse or when the officer in the .
i. i U' l
of Mint h t
: I"'f T..DMnd i i. now about 70 tears 111:1' h"g
comply' with his own pledges. lie is blind! in an impracticable Abolitionist amendment of were constructed and the whole arrangements immediate command ordered or shall order the TREASUTT DLPARTMrT.ThirdAuditor's ) *pn known I"a AUTHOR and IJlSClYT.IJl.t the ;:: -

were made before the gold placerswere horse turned out to graze in the woods,.prairies, or Office, March 31.1549-5 UF..V'Ul.ORIGt.Y..l1.. TOir.vsKjrn .nsjtf.ini :.
the paths politics, and walks whithersoever Daniel \cbster'" designed to defeat Wa!. commons, because the United States failed, or shall Each claimant ran have the sum which may be allowed I."." Kt\vt\ p Mtr. he wai cmnp.lej! t.Imiil In m-Biifactar by. ; 4
discovered. There was no ground thea which uttmn* Ii bus 1 lx><>n kept"cit of DinrKu *a lead him. ker', and he succeeds. And this was the and since fail to supply sufficient forage and the loss was or on his claim remitted to him direct on his :nnMcrik (o ih<( only whu b-ul proved Its wortU. )fld kouwalU .. k
they to rush for 1
expect any passengers, shall be consequent thereof, or for the loss of necessary signifying a wish to.that effect, and naming Ihe vmiio. II hnj reacbeil ih. M ..' many Beverlbcie. ft* JJ"

His boat was honesty. That waslhc burthen first political essay ofthe new Administration! the demand has been so great, they cannot I equipae in consequence of ihe loss of his horseas place ot his residence; but if the money is to be remitted lKo(ruin.liealb p.r.",.who"cLlnwd!bad been lu nrelicnre he"l
be censured for the full aforesaid shall. be allowed and paid the value or paid to other of j
all the rest Since then, having unsetted a healing salveto selling on spot through any person a power attorney HEALING POWER. f' ,;
whole wa
of thereof
whig Jiot to
song tickets to the extent of the accommodations rxreed two hundred dollrrs : provi. to him from the claimant duly executed and authenticated Knovinf many ftnri afo. rbM b<> hid. by his .kil.! srlmie* .:
idle chorus oftinscl and glory. Doufctlesi tho} wounds of State, and left California ded that if any payment has been or shall be m.de should be forwarded with the claim. and rxpcnrnco. tlevuieil an i arucU which would ke i..r Incalculable ) ,;
an they can furnish. It is not reasonable! to complain to anyone aforesaid for the and To facilitate the nt),aour. lu w".k."d wh.a liio awn a* wnn4! b* furnished '.,. f .
without use risk or for for. requisite searches and avoid delay
wa' but is he ? is a government, they have been grave IK Kfiui U into HniTernl atlicl. wh.n lu ineslnnabi f .
it true ; capable that they dQ not refuse passengers at age alter thedalh.los1or abandonment ol hi* horse, : in adjustment of the claims,each claimant thould virtue nimbi known$ and pprec.at; .tI. Thi, liuir luu euin.. '

the honesty which cannot preserve inviolate I ly occupied with wagon wheels," blind New York, for the sake keeping open berths said payment shall be deducted from the value there. name: on his papers the paymaster or other disbursing Ihe mean lire tupptxii iMtmanufocliirihi (' ro
of unless he satisfied .'"!' .".I1 L.v'i:q t'.9/1.1:0: Pll r.r.'R.fTtON" .
Lutton.holes"-pro'idillg; for her Webster'sand from Panama. Unless there is defect in the or shall satisfy the paymasterat officer by whom he wa- paid for t the services of .
The habits of a life disqualIfy a the time on Ihe Lirceil ica'e! allt is "I.elf fu' tErnih-
itt cncnp1dgcs. for those who he made or shall. make the payment, or himself, horse, wagon,cart.: team .boat. &c. ml Ihe length nn him. Five and thirty years obeying orders her Ewing's family in the Treasury, and arrangements take original passages thereafter show by proof that he was remounted, in PETER HAGNER. of i!.(ener unn or d"I..ral"D.; : .
we cannot see how the New York proprietors which case the deduction shall only extend to the Third Auditor. L'ulike ynnng f. f TowoKnd'.U Improves with ie. allot ." t
and five in them to those boundto turning out honest and capable men such as he never ch tngres. i,nt 4'r the better.beoinne' IIU preimred.e... T
giving liable time was on foot : and provided also if 21 1949. .
4w 16.
are to censure. any pay April ifa frtvctplit fcjr a icmtijc ".L Tile bit be.. knonrlwife v'
obey. lie never framed a law, or dream. BYRNE. This is the .Washington-this the But it is, nevertheless, a fact, that this con. ment shall have been or shall hereafter be made lo C'eu.'Srrand the, lar\t ducovrries of the art, have nil been i
any person above-mentioned Lr"nh nto reqitltltjni In the irmnnftrinre of the OtJ Ur'i jr53rs.p.v.ii1.
ed over asystcmofollcy. Jefferson !!! currence of circumstances operates so as to to which he was not entitled on account law ofclothine, State of Florida.-Monroe County. rnriltp..rua:* rw>t It)1.vrell know to medical .,
by such merit
pa> illPD.ci.nttim """Df nx'd.ciivtl: pro':> rtes. nnd "-me pmperueiwbich 4 1 ".
and subs tmtialground.work With the expansion of our country, its in. throw the early control of California affairs shall be deducted from the value of his horse or a:. Smith Mowry ) \J'e met .'r uee; ,,. and ,:hpB. wbicH if rctn nml in prepnnn : 1
Honesty is the great true into Northern hands and will have abiding coutrement" M. > BILL IN CHA CEnY. ; ; II I., H' in wealth and '
crease glory, the points of con. >,:* 10 the -.v.cm.Iii.1' of ihe r"'p"ntl."S..r SunaptuiilA '
of all office. Without it there To establish a claim under tl. the Joseph Lawton ) J .
influence the of is provision .
giving direction to policy ore au rWnti:r tuai they ci.tir l> .01111.1:118| and %re loil ia the J
tact with foreign nations multiply. We have claimant must: adduce the evidence of the officer un. appearing to me bv affidavit that Joseph Lawton, preiarNlion. if ibw ore nnt are>.rvd bv a tcmtijtc prcft._ "t. .to .
with the The IT
be confidence. But honesty a. new commercial advantages .. .
can no country. der whose command he served when defendant tawn Ih. etpe.nrr.J\n $ ".nr..rl" e Mureuvrr.rte I
become vitally interested with the loss occurred in the bill filed! in the above caU3e, resides .. .
every right of well the of this V1UIP'YIC,,*$. wbi5 lti>ITu v r. i r as no ..zhtav.o : .'
lone. there is still no confidence. Honesty as as political advantages: if alive; or, if dead, then of the next surviving out of the State of Florida.and in Europe : umlrr hem. ..181"8 rx uttftilmuittal p.).,." (lbs '" I I

do Without capacity it way across this Continent. The Sandwich early occupation, will enure most decidedlyto officer describing the pjoperty, Ihe value thereof at i ItuOnltrrd, That said defendant appear and an- .... ..... IP' U> it r IH tine..Anv I i
cannot every thing. the time of entering the service, the time and swer the said bill ithin tbe time """i cun MIl ir -rw I. HI'| t.II; : thet r"l a" ";conr4tiiti.i1. : ". .'
Islands! but Northern capital. This consideration calls man. w prescribed by law, .
are ,
a stopping place on the road in which : whim m- te \I" and the
cannot itself from suspicion re ne- lp's happenedand whether otherwise it shall be ii "
preserve for some action the mpu of enterprisein or not taken pro confesso. It further nnv thine: else: ?.1:>*i rm tlisa nin th.j; in-imil or vnpidllq'nj. ; 1
If the is not rotten to the to our neighbors in China and Japan Tho among I it was sustained withcnt any fault or negligence en Ordered, That a co ty of this order be published twrrten ...w, u>iir nuliin. .n,| tSeo mil II "SAR- .

proach. Republic whole Northeast coast of Russia is this quarter of the Union to give faciltiesto the claimant's part. The evidence should also, in in same newspaper printed in tne State of Florida cl I. H
opposite own '" tnGKNl'KE
core, we must have some hundreds of thou Southern emigration, that there may be a case the claimant, remounted after the los".ltate once a month for nine months. OLD DH. JACOB TOWNSEND'S r. ,

sands honest enough to be trusted with to us, and our intercourse: with that power will fair start for all parties, in the enjoyment andirnpro'cment when he was remounted how long he continued so, JOS. B LANCASTER \HS"-\P>RIl.L."I,

gov. be vastly increased. We are no longer the of tho new territorial acquisi. I'I and explain whether the horse whereon lie was remounted Key Vest,March 23..A. D. lS.J t JudgeS .Cir. Fa. Th-. n .o .rrpumi thai nit tae inert pmpertle of the Sarst 4 .
ernment, if that is the only' requisite. Hon. had not been furnished by the United States, THOS. F. KING. &1) for Comp. < >'%(.lio n... *irttri r'liMnrmi .terv tnmr enm>>ni.of ncomi i :' I.. f
Wcslern World-we are CENTRAL between lions. Mr. Freaner thinks that if he could I or been owned by another mounted militiaman or A true copy from the minutes : cid. IIr ut tnraieouiina. Is ejtrnetil nod rrjct ti: thee ermrt I .,
esty cannot command a ship. The purestman volunteer ; clc uf inc&icui virtue II iecur! Europe and Asia. A new world is get a vessel from Chagres to Corpus Christi, I to whom payment for the use and risk W. C. MALONEY Clerk. : nw) that 11 u rendered mc pttbienf lining AI.r.f iu v.lqbir ; 1
in the mountains is lost in a Jine-of.battJe open lio could, even now, reachSan Francisco from thereof, or for i ifs{ forsge whil..t in the J'.s.rs..ion oftheciaimant.rnay April 14. 15 By R. L. HICKS, D. C. iad hilnt properties. Prepared la thu w.'j. it U wilde tie I
as, and a boundies commerce, the lichest in t have been made ; and if it had utut imicrrul K cnt in the I;
Panama than three-fourths of ihe '
weather and easiest time.
nhip, in the mildest sooner people been thus orned should Cute of innumerable ditcaces. .
cube is : the world, and endless wealth, of which all now waiting for passage.-.llobilc Register command which he name person and the. Plantation for Sale. l-Vncn tv..- f M n wb "e be.., cmniurnd'|i.>n.OH rTery IldlI i l'
And in
The very language sea unintelligible belonged. every instance i in itt f ivt.r uYIlun. wunwn. aad cruldreo.Ve Cad >t doingwnnfffi .
the mines of California constitute only a part in whch the claim may extend to equipage, tIE un'Jersined bein; de'irous of moving to the :n th*- cure of
jargon to him. lIe cannot name a thing lie I the several articles of which the T Western; c (.V3f'.vrr" .v- .vnnprpsr.. ndrr. CD.". 4
ofthe machinery. t same consisted, and country, offVr his place for sate, co: I'IJII.\1:: *H.I in RHA.V.Il.fTM.I51:81);:'-. FILKS.
sees. The towering piles of 10ft). canvass: separate valuj of each, should he 3peci ed. sistine of 30S acres f land-about SO acres cleaied :, (("..1'W"J:.\!, all CtT.'.WttW KKLrnrjfS.: PI.MI .1
Spain is crumbling in the hands of a feeble The marriage of the American Ministerat SECOND CLASS OF CASES. and in a high state of cultivation and under a good PJ.KS. I.I'' H>..-*. .*A nil MrTeft i"> .'..nr rmut IMPUUTt .
and endless all order and '
tracery cordage, Chili the lion. Seth Barton with a Chiian! ( There is the ] OF THE ELOOD. '
cure. on pUce about J2CJ cf as'
The acre< S
girl, whose Court, whose policy, and whose second section of t the law enacts : It ;ni.'Ii.,a m ,,.H,m.*:c>ic> in atl \$.",|i>jnt3 art,!irf(rom 1
to the seaman's arc endless Senorita continues bi the of I good tobacco land as the boast tolerably .
symmetry eye, to subject conversation j That any person who has sustained or shall county can of a I.J/r r..., fn in .*fci'/rfr .f ike .1. lftacll (i..ip nncqnal c.reahs-If .

confusion to him. lIe knows not the use ofa I person, have been the sport of rival intrigues in all private circles. All the for. I sustain damage by the capture or destruction by an good dwelling-house to'bacco-barn, and allnecessary :..';.. (LY.t1III1IILfl! .' I.I.HI.I rll ct.....hrnd.hOIIlIUI.f,*"'".t-,ili.>,n,of the ben I'.
e..lii k"l.od b4ti.iri.l.l l l chill- !
out-buildings with situation $ o the bodyI -
a pleasant:
and factions powerful neighbors, and unru. eign Ministers and members ofthe Diplomatic enemy or by the abandonment er destruction bv the b".I1"& 14 .qu-\I) l in CoLa ai.d Cbfta; Hml pr'.nsIe4e.y s5Veet.rnttn .
how to affect sail. good spring of' water for
single rope, or a single order of tie good summer range stock ,.
commanding general, the commanding nnd e"Dtletn\ ."rit a, rcnn[ UiCiure uf tie
Your honest mountaineer who might be I li ly) subjects ; and whilst Spain in her imbeciliiy Corps, the Commodore and commander of officer, or quartermaster, of any horse, raule tc. Any person wishing to purchase wnuld da well liiDK. lIr.t: nnu every ..tin purr. -1 I i
I ex, .
great several American vessels of war, and to call and examine for himself, nine miles! southwest { n in Roth n; i' it- ezc.ter.c. mnre minir'sittf: Men and ao I
cart boat
the the bar the looks doses, doats and drivels, her fairest daughter wagon sleigh, or harness, while such of kxutvli.dtfcd ibxn in "II k.ori< nn l .me"f E IFEMAL1
at plough, or workshop, other distinguished persons, were present.- 'I property was: in the military service of the United Quincv. CO\tPL\I-tn. .

hopelessly around, and gladly resigns his use. Cuba, almost woos UII, and all can see The members ofthe Chilian Cabinet were States, eitherty impressment or contrac', except incases ALEXANDER E. GREGORY. !It ",>rk, wondT" in Ct,e.of >'v.>r.f.'i.*pr HkiSt*. Ftiln"tf .
Gadsden County, April 14. 1SP. 15 tilt n'jmi. Obstructed. l. Fj.utfi JJrnsctitf 1.t'fJrr- .
she where I tbe risk to which the *"''$ ( t ,
honestin can endure no other alliance. invited but did not see fit to attend. I properly would .. nd CiTdcUijt .
less trumpet to his Lieutenant. Too the iiHfi ruai IHMI wJ-t the .ike; and w a* t.
be -
"posed\\"as agreed to incurred
by the owner. m riirtnf IOn the f rmi uf Ifit tnt tStitsjtt.f.y .
the consciousness of tiis own ignorance to Canada, on the other! side, mutters plain and any pevszn who has sustained or shall sustain Court of Probate--Leon County. r-uiotin; o ILf1.uj.. -,lot u..tlnLJ S'JlcW .v ,- 4

treason to England, who is staggering' herself Early Tomatoes.-When the assistance of : damage by Ihe death, abandonment and loss of any r_ tttn --..-- .-f .icrna c f n i i nnrviuc.K ,utr5viasor .
the lives of others aud his I
risque own, by a hot bed be obtained be such horsf, mule cr ox, while in th. *i ,ue aore-: of Lester Crook deceased. J April 11, IS 19. IServocn disrn.ir. and ilcbit&ty
with debt and inanition whilst she is a cannot tomatoes m-iy failure the and thin prevei.t&r rei.ev; s H grett vnrwtv of other maiidle! % :
said in of the of the
starving I on part '
single order. started in other suitable ctssequence Ihe petition of William Bailey, security ai tfital imti'/c*. .Vrrfbj4. 3t- KIJ* Ijc.ace Sttjntnftfdrftie ''VI j j
successfully or
sedition in Ireland, and grapples in fierce pots, United S'ates to futnish the same with sufficient lora ON praying that Luke Moorf, acin.inisfrotorof said !' Fl,: r'u1rl.tap.*. *.e.
The offices, the finances, the lands, commerce vessels, in u warm room. In this manner the I ;e, and anv persl'ti who has losr, or shall lose, or be to in lieu t It tie to.s the ol:ioj. .act!! the 1 I.v.r tn li>a:lhr 'tion, tonel I 4,
estate security
required new
struggles; with rebellious India. Canada bod.! unavoidable may give tie tbnuacb. ami ftiva SIMM! aeestoii.Itvs' the b..we.s; fo.rpor ..
has hd shall have .
destroyed by
in.ituiation of the fruit will bo advanced or accident I .
default thrreof that said Moore *
of be .
and distincs of millions ; petitioner, or in upd wnc"io" its miltmnrttmn. paril}' the ikf! "
interests : twenty Iy canvasses: tie question of annexation to week or two, and without involving any serious j I any horse, mule, ox, wagon, cart: boat sleigh, removed from said adminis'ration it appearing (10 .qii.ili; ... tlie rclll .turn ,.t me h.trfi.t; ftu.I.:'.nl )si>tie warmUiMjimllrall ,, \ I.., .
boundless and or '..arness.liile t nich prorerly was in the service over the b..df. and the ,ensibie (trsptratoo; i -
people mighty the satisfaction of this Court that said Luke Moore
energy us, and fiercely asks England to release her trouble or expense. j ato-esaid: shall be allowed and paid the va'u thereof ImeJ all *t/.cimis .nCll1lbtJres.o.: r Tn >ve.* all bhxirucuuni..and .
adminntratcraforesaid of the estate of Lester Crook lovijt.rau.* tho nure n.f'U* sv-trni. !* Dot t.tia then .J
for heir
; empire, require some seamanship t While the fruit remains green, says :1'' .t the time: he entered the service: provided it
allegiance. things are of some interef.t resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida, or. The medicine you prc-craiacntly Bred .
judicious nai ign.tku.) recent writer on the management of lomat-1: shtll appear that such loss, capture, abandonment= in the Eastern Cucuit of Florida, cr conceals himself Hut cin any of thr-.* thmf W aniil of si.! t*. Tuwn-ead' lafaliftr hiI.

t to the peopli-, but what are they to the oes, I have much facilitated the ripening by ;, d.tructiunordeatb. was without any fault or negligence so that notice of said petition cannot be served ,rt rle Tbi \"lmg In ,'< linnid ii>"1 in he 4 t'
Mr.J Pom \\hcse life had been in the of t the ol I the nodshie COMPARED WITH THE OLD DRSh.c'u.e ,
I owner ,
spent Cabinet-\\hat} to Mr. Col'amer, who has a removing the large leaves from dense branch1es on part property upon him : It is therefore Ordered That the said I ., I.
it was actually employed in the service of the i t"ne <;1C.\.NIJ FACT, lliat tne IUM is UCAFtLE
learning the art, was sneered at for ignorance: thousand: Postmasters to behead-what to Mr. of fruit, and placing white boards behind (Unitd States." ,i Luke Moore administrator as aforesaid. do appear ( !I.,', .
said within four months the
and answer petition Tom ff tEvi: SPOILS
and obscurity, because his fiiendj could pointto Preston, who has to attend to boatswain's buttons them, so as to reflect the sun's rays strongly: j To establish a claim under this provision, it willin ',i date vf I the first pubication of this order, or the said while the nther DOt> *.>*n.f. ferisi, w:.aad Kowimf lit I, llI

ihem. With the view ai.dition; to the testimony required under the head be taken for confe and tututi ciintaininslt into trj,iienM : the *unr.mcjd liqnkl explwiting. .
same an EogI ='ed.
feat transcendent statesman-: j upon j : petitition may theprayer
no previous : what to Mr. who has and I other Mutt lht horrible
Ewing, a home of first class of ca'eshe necessary in cases \\ hel e the : dmiaxmt ctnxis : not compound ,
I iUh author eminence, recommends tin. II j thereof granted : ForidedThat a copy this or. be p ship. Had Mr. Pout made General TAYLOR and family to provide for in the Treasury. The British fruit raisers consider property lost was in the service by contract or impreisment : der be published once a week fir four months, in iytm olrtaiit dittttrd viM acid' U'hat cu.e.I>rpua| bnticiil ,
j a gooJ to prnduce I the testimony of I the officer or in the City of Tallahassee. f l>u we not nil Snow t"-.st wh..n ftMMl sours in our itoninctit -
his Secretary of the Treasury or Stat, or even what to :Meredith: compared with the pecuniary j I wall for fruit, equal to an advance of six de. agent of the United States who impressed or contracted some newspaper published JAMES E. BROOME, wh.it 1'CII'! It lustlncr* T ILuurnce. heartburn palpitntitia 5 .
of the bent. live rimiHli ni. rtiHrrfS colic .
ofthe Navy or War, he had been followed bya towards the planting! the for the service of the property mentioned in such Probate dy.entery. acid
interest and political importance of : grees equator. By April 1-1, IS-tt. 15 Judge of mill tiTruption | the hiiniil' What i Srrofoii but an
i olaira and also of :She officer under whose command hnii.)r in the body Whil prorfute ill tn. bnnmr whir
more bitter riJiculo than that which pursued ISAIAH D. HART in the town Jacksonville ? j tomato in beds, under a fence brilliantly whitewashed .; the sine was employed at the lime of the rapture, I nnpg on Kiuptiun*uf the 3k>n. .ciiI4 Head dull Uheuro. Eryipcia 9 3'
or painted white, maturation ofthe I i Notice. < *. White t eiiin3i. rrvrSorf). and all nlcunUtooi l tlernul f r i
him for leaving him, where Mr. TYLER had ST. JOHNS. I i destruction; loss,or abandonment declaring in what and external T It is nothing order benven. hut an nciilnalntiRce. .,I
fruit would no doubt be materially advanced. : way the property was taken in the service of the United months after date I will apply to the lion. which suar. and lim spoil all the fluid of thd .
placed him, in command: en t the Tcxian; fron ---- Frequent and copious irrigation with I Slates, the ralue thereof, whether cr net the of Probate for Leon county for Letters of body. uti>re or les What ctn>e, BheainAtUm bat a s'ar aticul .. '

tier, when we were in danger of Mexican invasion. Great Robbery.-One ofthe heaviest: rr b.bcrics suds and cleanly cultivation, greatly facilitates sonp- risk to which at wouM be exposed vas azreed to be Dismission from the administration of the estate cf fiuiH.. ijnt-itiii which? anJ iatinaite4 indttnmf meif the between rteticate ;iiu4&bcj .au upon and M nic Newberr. *- .

of Jate datc:1, In St. incurred by the ownerand whether or notas regarded Norborne T. Taylor, dec. II. B. BRADFORD. it acta? So cf ncr\ous Ji iw,*i. irf impuritt of the blood t.tdcnin'ed
,I It was roundly asserted by his present perpetrated the development of this fruit. horses, moles, oxen he engiged to supply the April 14, JS!. 15 ci'C'ilniioii, iud nearly all the a'.iuieols wbu.h affi.CiXuw ,
Louis en the 'J2J ult. The banking house ofof in the flUI1L4 MIiC. 11
snflick'nt what I loss
lends that he for that same with forage, mannrr
was incompetent is t It not n.trriV.;; to make and J sell. sad .rsl i
Win. Nibbell & Co. was broken into at happened, and *-h.ther or not it was sustained without $200 KEWARD. taOie this I
Suici '. The is anecdote of I
post ; and that it was only envy an i jealousyof night, through a door leading into the Perpetual an ins' fault negligence on hi, part. SOLL.G, FERilEKTI.VC. ACID COMPOUTiD* 4t

Gen. SCOTT, the Hero of Lund. Lane, I Insurance Company, and robbed of 84000 I Dr. Johnson :- The fifth section of the law enacts : OF $. P. 10WNSEND.mt .0
Boswell once asked Johnson if there was I u That in all instances: where any minor has been .th(> n-na'd f.nn b ve tl nnJrhl'M'J that 01.1 1w. Jic b s .

and for fear he would make himself Piefcidciit in silver, SI300) in gold, nnJ! f'im 815,000to l I no possible circumstance under which suicide or shall beenagedin the military service of the United Town of bit Infencr e ,d's />p.tranhi rgtei. $ ,47erd1t1. I Is an IMITATION,

by success, that induced Mr. POLK to keep 820,000 in bank notes, besides a tin box of would! be justifiable. States, and was or shisH be provided with a leven forhul that cc JtmutJ dCI) in an article! which wonM

the Citizens' Insurance Company with RI! ::1.' I I horse or equipments or military accoutrement by bear the umsi ding feaetzhiuice I-i S. P. lownseud'l trbeSt* 4 .
Gen. TAYLOR there. Nor was such clamor valuable :0'38 the reph I I his parent or guardianand his died cr bhall die, and which fho'ulfl tnd rt n tp.rn!| the Old l r.neh innmntnin f.
i contents. The had been inads.rornpilusan1contnhtlu'i. from Aeoi who bave Mild,
BI lenced except by the celebrated soup.letter placed there The money f f Well, says Bosw ell, suppose: man had j I I without paying for said property and the same has and purchiiter* nnu bate us,d.'. t'.TowaeudsI'k2.1L\TIG ,

on deposit. burglars! appeared I been guilty:: of some fraud that he was: equally been or shall be lost, captured, destroyed abandoned COVPOU.Nn.Ve I
called for and so to Lave worked wish it ondentoorf. beridn it u the titaltte fnoA. thai
correspondence, EO Jcucily the greater part of the 1 in the manner before mentioned, said parentor
I certain would be out. 9. P. TowttSend's ancie i&nl Old Dr.Jacob Towasend'i Sarsapnrilla -
unthankful! received, in which the! rubse- night, and to have finally been surprised and *. '* Johnson in that guardian shall I be allowed pay therefor, on making are Iraein-tcidt afirl. gait tnjimttuf Jiittmilar; that
left in haste with their The Why, then, says case, satisfactory proof ai in other case, and the further tbry are anLke m every p.ut.cuta.h vin(eoione suijle disj I
quent !hero ofthe Mexican war, with his usual booty. con 14 let him; go to some country where he is not proof that he is entitled thereto, by having furnish. la enmiiion.A *. : .
laming the valuables was entered with : P. To ti'end is nq ddctor. am never was. U BOcheini't.
fatality besmeared his brilliant: laurels with a known, and not to the devil where he i iknown. Is ed the same." PROCLAMATION WILLIAM MOSELEY, no p.rmsceuIIi-i.now, no mnre of medicine or disease '

crowbar through the cellar. The r&.berythrew i ." A parent or guardian: of a .deceased minrr will Governor of Florida. than aay other common, unscientific.nnpn>rsmnal maft.whtt 4. 1.
ii.k. the whole into excitement in addition to such gwratti can Ibe pu6k:l have that they ,.r, receivirfjenifine :
city from its therefore testimony applicable
1 ____ __ __ ___ __ __ ___ it has been represented to me hy res- i5i.nti.1c medicine conAtnir; at! the vinnes of the I.
i i. described have furnish WHEREAS
General TAYLOR'S pledges are i idle! as all daring nature. Four persons were arrested to his daitn, as previously lo citizens of this State, that one articles n"rd in prParttgiLaadvhicbeiccetbIo(change* f 'I
Tm: friend EDWARD M. WEST, Esq., proof that he provided Ihf minor with the properly Jefferson did which night leuc'er them tUe AGE.NT3 of bueaie.iastendofBui .
of ,
and lodged in jail on suspicion, but nothing ENOCH SEVER County, on or h MtLh. 4
now know ; not that be may not lc hones!, against them wan elicited.TO JESSE ATKINSON, Esq., and JESSE 1 1. ROBIN. therein mentioned that the minor died without about the first day of March, commit a murder in wliMtel jhonld! he etpecteil from otievh kr>Sws no thins s

but because he surrendered the word of SON, Esq., announce t them as candidates for reelection paying for such property and that he, the parent or the county of Leon, upou the body of Anthony C. I Ciui'p.raitv.Iy| > of medicine or disease 1 It require a Mtnnn
u rdian. is entitled to payment for it by his having vf'ite eiprnence l conk iin.l Mrve up *v for Ihe cflce; of Justice of the Peace of Ihe 2d Hand : flow nmch more iiiimrtiit| :: is It thai the cisuas *bo lima
command: to his Lieutenants, and he knowsnot CORRESPONDENTS. furnished thesame. Now THiRrrojir, I, WILUAM D. Mosctcv, ufacture n>eiicine, ilrsigned f>>rVT.Af t t
what do. 1. Be brief. This is the age of telegraphs District of Leon County : aUo JOHN B. KEEN and The sixth wet ion of the law enacts ; Governor oC the State of Florida by virtue of the \ STOMACHS AM E TCKXLZO 8T3TIMS,

they AARON P. SMITH as candidates to fill the same "That in all instances where any person. other authority in me vested by the laws of said State: do ihontd kD-j\v well the ined.c.tk pruporbesf pUats. the belt V. .
ahd stenography. t liana mi norr has 'bef'nor shall be.engaged in the .inner uffUnn; ami e"nr nif iinj lUeir hestUnf virtues.l .
when should have ofEce.cr hundred dollars reward for the apprehension
Yet it is time offer two
a we great Be has shall be hereby l oan ianiive kn-j'tliiJjr! of the vnn-ms djie >e*which affect
2. pointed. Don't write all around a military service aforesaid and been or ,
ot( said Sever and his safe delivery to the the human !bi\v VIi
Iy..wm.am lo t4tpt| remed.ca tu the e iflseiie>!
heads and great hearts at the helm ; no small snhject without hitting it. :,- THE friend of JESSE M. ROBERTSON: provided wilh a horne or equipment, or w jib military Sheriff the said county of Leon. is to '.rroi ir uJ* uima tl.d Dnttinnnaia. U pnur Unlrfi Inu* V

; minds devoted to the in. 3. State facts but don't to moralize.It's accoutrement, by any person the owner thereof Itmi-The said ENOCH SEVER is a stout, well n ounded humanity. lf> kindle )u'e t In the iM! |*!nn* unsmn. to V I
partans-hut great stop .- ancounce him a* a suitable candidate for Justice rf who has riskedor shall take the risk, of such resume health and blooni. and v.e.r ...t>, th<; crushed and bm-
built man, about six feet high, rather pale looking, kea, *nd in bnnUh infirmitr that OI.I ml.( J L'uRToWtss.Nb
business. Let the reader do his q
drowsy the Peace of the Second Justice's District for Leon
tcrests ofthe country, enriched with the stores horse, equipments or military accoutrements on and has light hair. h.4 sOL'GIIT and fOL.ND the opt.fnoity sod rheaas to brine t Vk

learning and Intimate with the remote and own dreaming. County. MANY VOTERS. himself and lhe sam has been or shall beloit'captured la witness whereof I have hereunto set : .. VV

4. Eschew preface Plunge at once into destroyed, or abandoned in the manner before [SEAL ] my hand ard caused the great seal of Grand Uuirrr.nl Concentrated '

ptolimat" causes of the rise and fall of em.p4r like swimmer into cold ,- WE are authorized and requested to announce mentioned such owner shall be allowed pay there the State to be affixed, this 3d day of It eraed y
a your subject, a wa in other and the fur.therproofthal within tbo reach,nnd in the knk.e of ill wh" need DLSJIS V
.. Men gilled with a keen second sight RICHARD T. BIRCHETT Esq., as a candidate lor :. for, on making he proof is entitled, as thereto case by, having furnished April. A. D.. 18 I). they >n.y learn an.I know, br j..vfu' eij r>enc.. l iI '
tc'r.j. WILLIAM D. MOSELEY, 1 laiisceiiiltuf I*. w'- to Heal.
the office of Judge of Probate for Leon County, at V
into futurity, by skillful analogies from the If you have writen a sentence thai you the same, and having taken the risk on him. the Governor Governor of Florida.A. .
I the election firci Monday in May next. I. By : Sold wholesale and retail tyr .
I close observation think particularly fine, draw your pen throughit. self. E. MAXWELL, Secretary pf State.
part uhoie lives hive been pent in B<>side" the testimony in support of f his claim THOMPSON. SKILLMAX & CO.. : : V
.- A pet child is always the worst in the :s- We are authorized and requested to I I .
of the movements and capacity of announce herein before required every such owner thereof 102 Nassau street, New York. r

family. : the lion. JAMES E. BROOME as a candidate for the will have to prove that he did provide the horse, e- WHITE SPRING, LEWIS fe
government, and the genius of the people. 0. Condense. Make sure that you really Office of Judjja ol Probate (for the County of Leon,at quipments.pr military accoutrements therein mentioned HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA. And ly Tallahassee.! .

No mousing owls of narrow horizon and limi'ed have an idea, and then record it in the shortest ) : the election on first Monday in May next. and took the risk Ihereof on himself and that undersigned respectfully inform the pu'.lic 1S4J. i&Agents, ;3 ( I I
he is entitled lo pay therefor, by having furnishedthe TilE April 31. -lj r :
vUion, whose highest conception extendsto possible terms. We want thoughts in and taken the risk Ihereof hirrself ; and they have leased this Spring for a teem of
:1WE are authorized and requested to announce same of the water are so
The mineral properties
their quintessence. this should be contained ina deposition the 'ears. Bail Road Notice. :
66 "sail.makers'buttons
greasing wagon.wheels, 7. When your article is complete, strike Major JOHN BEARD as a candidate for the Office of person proof who had been So provided by him with such generally known that it is needless to say anything

and blind button.holes" or providing out nine.tenths ofthc adjectives. The Eng. Register of Public Lands of the State of Florida, at horSc, equipments or military accoutrements. on To that those subject.afbkled with nheumatism,Scrotfub,Di.- 11

lOne. sons-in-law and fathers-in-law with snug lish is a strong language, but won't bear too the election first Monday in May next. THJRD CLASS OF CASES. nepsla, and the thousand ills which mortal are heif
offices in a Home Department.It much reducing." --- Information- -Wanted- The seventh section ot the law enacts: to, we wovlld respectlully from its suggest almost that they miraculouscures try Its NOTICE is hereby given to the Stockholders of !1,

That in'311 cases where horses have been condemned virtues believing many Rail Road Cotnpai that
8. Avoid all high flown language. The y, on } J
also will be simi-
is true, we are left with new, wonderful Edward TiminoilS, Merchant, who by a board of officers on account of their unfitness effected by its use they Wednesday.27th day of June next, an election will V
words the .best. OF who
aU! vi ii
plainest Anglo-Saxon are left Dublin about fifteen )cars ago for New Orleans for service; in consequence of the Govern Ia ly benefitteilAnd% we say to thisSprinMhat be held at the Office of the Company in Tallahassee,

and overwhelming prosperity the late glorious Never use stilts when legs will do as \vell. and i is supposed to be at present in Florida. ment Jailing'to supply forage, all such horses and in the event hat they are not benefit ted for seven Directors to manage the affairs of said ffl '

Democratic Administration. \\'c bound 9. Make your sentences short. 'Every Full particulars on the tubject of inquiry of his let. : their equip.g hall be allowed and paid lor, when: after I fir trial there will!be no charge for boar Company for twelve months from that dite. J _5

is rnile-stnnc at which the reader ler to Ireland 1 lul.t'at can. be obtained by atJl\ t'r. i ever the fact* shall be proven by legal and salislac. The seekers of pleasure will here soda delightful R- K. CALL. Pres. T. K. Co. ri '
ofcanvass set period a ,
oa our way with every stitch this advertisement. Any information whether oral written that such place to while away their time.
ing respecting lory'evidence; or Tallahassee, April j, 1849. 3m-14 [Sentint?. ,
and a favoring breeze. But it i is then we may halt, nnd rest himself him will be thankfully receved b condemned-hojie and the equipage was turned over The Hotel having been reno7alfdand the rooms j4
Write whether made comfortable and supplied with new furniture, -
10. legibly.It CHAS.M.C. DELANY, to quarfermas'ter'pf the army, any receipt
Ihould know our course well-study the Counsellor at Law, 09 Nassau: St., New Yerk.S. therefor was given and produced or not." we hope to give i general satisfaction. Now Opening Z

charts-. have skillful pilots a cfireful watch, is state that a marriage of rather a ro- .. Other Florida }paper* pleuetopy. To establish .a claim under thii provision the Our arrangements for supplies,&:c.,are such all to C and see a general aKsnrtWnt .,f
C. M. C. D. evidence of the witnesses enable us to keep-as good a table as can be found in and '
J6 the
mantle character took place at Lockland, a April 21. 18-19. 4w- claimant must adduce Fancy Dry, Staple Good*. It
and a sturdy crew, fur all contingencies. : mentioned under I he head the first class of cases, Ihe South. I la tit, Roimeta; Ready Made Clothing; .
'tillage about twelve miles from Cincinnati.The .- Administrator's Notice. the therein described The stable will be providedwilh the best provender and
Have these Alas fear the next satisfactorily proving that properly Shoes Boots, Crockery. Glass
we we daughter of a prominent citizen was be. months after d te I hall prejent my accounts : was, whlll in the military service of the United that the country afiofds, and with attentive Wood, Willow;and Hard Ware* 'r I .

four years ; yet we believe TAYLOR as honest trothed to an industrious young mechanic, but SIX j vouchers and apply to Ihe Hon. Judge of : State condemned by a boatd of officers on account ostleri. Tallahassee- and Jacksonville will S. F. BUKNEY. 7

M those who mouth about it. she not being passed: "sweet sixteen," the Probate for Gadsden County for a final settlement of their being rendered unfit for service in consequence Passenger with no from inconvenience in getting from Alligator i April 1th, 1S49.. 14 V 4. 4
oft I he Government failing to supply forage, meet -- V
Shock after shock has been given to the parents opposed the wedding. The objections' and discharge Irom the dec.administration and-also a settlement of the estate and and that such property was turned over t to a quarter to the Spring as arrangement* will be made to For New York. V
of Archibald Black, ;
removed by a cornpronma. Th nuptials United"States when bring them without any delay.
bonds the explaining
were of army
which bind our country together. A final dueharge as Administrator on the dower allot master Packet Brie LUC Y,Hosrner, .
celebrated and in an hour the! Ihe claimant was remounted,& .,as required in said Board will be moderate.. rpHE regular master.
dangerous wero ted and set apart to Margaret BlAck, dec., as widowof SAM. BUFFINGTON, Jr. JL will sail as aljove. For freight or passage an,

and unpleasant feeling spreads, not young bridegroom took leave for California, said Archibald Black, dec., late of said (fcunty.B. 6rst cssofCAae. of I hr evidence nerk'Tibcd CHARLES E. RYAN.Alri17.1S.f1. ply to V DENiiAl.Newpovt. .1 V

.0 much or irritation as di/crence to the tbencnto return i in two years and claim his '. S SIJEPARD.Ator. .ioudy I n no! case can the be production dispensed with unlen% the in- !>. 14-4vr tam 3 ra Mitch.. 3!, 1949. 13 ti

Ufli' April 7th. 1645. 14 .* .
) :: Or/'H11! ye 'n"P'! unoil'F th, bridf' I ft.
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__ ------------I 1 \ I_, 1
-' -- __ ------ In ad den
1--_ 1 L_ ...____ 'lilt L ---- -- -- -- DR. TOWNSEND'S Chan'cr. Circuit Courf,
-- Court of Probate, CIRCUIT .-IN TO SPRING
IIUTCHINS List of Letters MIDDLE G.\D TERM, 1549.
GEO. W. MARCH 21st, A. D. 1549. SARSAPARILLA DEN CIRcUiT COURT. ? Martin -
in the Post Office at Tallahassee, : )
: AUCTIONEER REMAINING' the quarter ending April 1, ISIt) STATE or FIXIRIDA-COUNT* or LJo The extraordinary Medicine lii the World.Tfiis Th Branch of the Bank of the t1t4ment Bond for sJe .
State Alabama, Compi't., I .
T.1LL.1IUSSEE FLA. Adams, John Hurt. Mr William G. Ponder Executor of !
Joseph )Head.Cn the last will and {testament ol' vs. and 1 other persons
REFER TO ..ultil., Col R W Johnson.Geo F 2 Archibald Graham deceased Petton (or dis"S. Benjamin C. VestSheriffofGatIsden notified of the instit tie Intrr"ft,

1-ff'lIu. H. BOND, J. XV. AAUYLF-, 1). C. Wn>oi' Austin, W W iwin. John M of' the County,and ex-ojpcio admr. Bill to foreclose } at tat hmeo.and are rwjnlrrd Io)< f.

P. H. FI.AOO.T.J. HODM and J. T. /tncilin.: I AtkinsMrsMary ,J B Am Ponder, John Swain Peter estate of John on the Estate of Jame.lnnerr. Mortgage. the declaration filed therein, wilbfn ill

March 10, 119. 10 Alford, Handy king. 1)AtwelI.knn Carleton Isaac N. Cook and Graham, deceased. ity, 'd..John Innerarity, by law.
E Knowlcs P Rachel his wife, and Collin William P Innerarity, Santiago 29th, A. D. 1S49.

.. Emily 4 KeyCouncl1DaldwinJohn Graham heirs at law of John Innerarit Lewis W. Minor and JOlN ERSKINE.
in Jefferson Co.
Sale of Lands J
P Landrum, James M 3 Graham, deceased. J iijalii Heloise Minor Defendants. n ifl'a Mtotne,.

I pursuance and by virtue of an order and decreeof -ant.James W Leetch, \V K made 'to to this Court that Collin! 11IIIr[ TT BEING MADE TO APPEAR by affidavit filed 10, 1919. 6 3m -

the Honorable judge of Probate in and fllr.the Brings Heniy Lee. ,Lew is IT Graham being ,one of the appear defendants named,io the said J. in this cause, that John F. Innerarity resides be-

county or Jeflerson, I will expose to public sale at lusandMary Ann I.okwood.Dr EzekielBurfoot' petition (if he is in being) resides beyond tW yond the limits of the Staff of Forida.to wit I,in the MARINO D.
auction, before the Court.llouse door in Monticello John P 2 Laffoon, WilliamLintberger limits of the State lt i but within the limits State Alabama ; that Innerarity, re- & PAPY- \

on the but MonJiy in May next, being the ?lh day Btyan.RP Richard I of the United States Forida. That sidrs out of the Middle Circuit Florida, to wit.in
: OJutll. .
'"' olsaid t month, all 1 the risht.lillo and interest of Bates:Henry 2 Lavinder.Robt W the said defendant Collin (;iaham, appear aad -. the City of Pensacola, in the Stale of Florida ; that and Connsellors at law,

James Sloan. late of said countydeCCaPdof, !nand Burton J JBradham Lang Robt A 2 answer the saiJ petition within four months from Santiago Innerarity resides,beyond the :limits of the formed an association for the Practice

to following land. ling and being in said l R A 2 Loom is,Prof J N the date of the first publication of t his oider,other* u put up in quart bottles: it is fir State of Florida,to wit. in the Island of Cuba ; that ,will attend the several Court of thr

county known and designated in the Land Office of Bradley, George Y Myrick, wise the Complainant's petition may be taken as times E.trac cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior Lewis W. Minor and Heloise Minor, reside beyond of Florida and in the District Court
the United States at Tallahassee) as follows,to wit : Bate!/Mrl Ann Miller, Miss Sarah contested bv said defendant. Provided That this to It disease without ro"it.ing the limits ol the State of Florida,to wit,in the Slate at Tallahassee. All business entrwUd

I One hundred and six acres and one third of an acre Surnham, Miles 0 Mountain, Jonathan J order be published once week for t the term of four "alol..g,8ickeil cur gor debilitating tfiepatient. of Virginia : It is therefore OJtut That the will receive prompt attention.

more or less bciug the Southern part or. portion of Baker I L Maxwell, Mrs James months in published in the Countyof P' said named defendants do appear answer the bill in the Capitol. .
the N W quarter section eleven,in township two I Ellen B Mackferson, Mrs Eliz some newspaper I THE great beauty and superiority of this &r*a- complaint filed therein within the times limitedto J7,1549.
Bradll'.lt8 Leon and State '
said afortS overall other medicine is, that while
and East tract
of range five North commen. Btard, B Miller, Andrew FMuchie JAMES E. BROOM, them respectively that i is to say-the said JohnF.
cingtwo hundred and ninety-three and one-third Beat Mrs Elizabeth: ,James H Judge of Probate. t eradicates the disease it invigorates the body. It InneiarityLewis W. Minorand Heloise Minor. 200 Sacks Salt.
the northern line of Mid tract and is of the best t Spring and Summer medicinesever
yards South from : Ockbm n. Ceo W MorganThomasMaxwell tne very within the period of four months from tile date ol
the Southern line of the same. March2i,1S19. 1'-m known it not only purifies the whole per Brig WacUsa. For .
funnine to Buckner Presley' Richd ; !system the first publication of this order; the said William by
Conditions, CASH-titles at the expense of thepurchaser. : Bryan, R I Mocre f Least on WMeachain I and strengthens the person, but it creates new, pure Innerarity within the period of two months ; and JOHN DENHAM.
Elz W B Notce.SIX and rich blood; a power possessed by no other med simonths Feb. 24,1849. S
Byrd A within the period of
JAMES R. TUCKEU I I Months after will apply icine. And in this lies the grand secret of its wonderful the said Santiago Innerarity
Mills.GeoB -
F iae.
Sheriff Jefferson County and ta officio Bait,,, ]W Wm J the Hon. Judge Probate for Leon Countyfor success. I has performed within t the last two : or in default thereof the said bill of complaint 9 ''Ollunqa.i
McGrif. be taken confessed by the said! '
Administrator of said deceased. Barber B letters of (H'li''ion as Administrator of the yeaw, more than OOOO cures of severe cases of may as : \ : <
Morgan ) several limited to
March 31st.1St!}. (it-13: Ball, Mrs Moore K MRutt4 Estate of John Smith. deceased, late of said county. disease; at least O.OOO were considered incurable.It at and after periods this '1aflsw aqi U! jot 01 4 t
Mary PATRICK SMITH, Administrator.March las saved the lives of more than 5.OOO childrenthe them respectively in this order. Providedthat I fnp[ aoo fq no pan" aq 'pagiwds! omit !
T i E: P Neal, Wm C !
Jefferson Circuit Court. Bilbo John Newsomb 10, 10-Cm past season in the city of New York alone.- order be published once a week for the term of four I |iiv! 'aoijou! kiqi! rn 3jjsip! oiji| asouj/ !
Capt ISH. months, and at the expiration of the said term of f : urnq! juasajd eii anaiiuoa -
More than | oj ram
William liatjev.) ajl r. dc. IN CHANCERY.Bill { Bo Hailow wen, DoctorBoMwick John Owen Oveiman*, E Miss Mary ..ETX.IS VIU CE ((: ..': ', 3,003 cases of Chronic Rheumatism; four months, then continuously once a month for 'no IJIMI ;;D j!qi jnq 'fav' jfq; ? 31q

!' non of John Bellamy Bill for IMief-For L Oake, Philip F HARTFORD, CONN. 2,000 cases of Dyspepsia ; the term of two months in a newspaper published :: 1\! ;!IOU sq! ) leql jllnJI.13J US H'iMI
dec., Comp. and of within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida.
sale orland-to aside .IOOOcaseso Debility want Energy; >
: s fond, DrJ SBvlhewood.DrJos 2 Pope, Barton C
vs.Henry Conveyance, &c. F 2 Parsons, Jos H lIE undersigned having lately been appointedtheir 7,000 cases of the different Female complaints; THOMAS AL TZEL. latH 11.nowv 911 '1U tP'W JO qlOI
nb..1t and Da. T will insure Buildings of Scrofula February 20, .\ D. 1519. !\ 2ui\\t!\\ ) udl"t
Blake, Joshua 2 Prevail, PreslvPope agent in this viinit' 2,000 cases ; 1 H.'DuPo.NT pUt .q pueq I pua i
vid Harrow Illftt.IT Coibct.TJB Jk. CoCo and Stocks against tOiS fire on the mOt fa- 1,500 cases of Liver Complaint ; C. Sol for Complt.A irSi joj majji ut ate oq.u '1J3WO T

appt'arin to the satisfaction of tins Court by tiu.Samuel Philps, Rev Mr vorablcterms. Persons who wish to renew their in- 2,500 cases of Diseases of t he Kidneys and Dropsy; true copy "le Xjinjjaadfaa; sow jaquasqni! :iri
affidavit made :n this!! cause that the said dtfen- Lindsay sjrance with his Company can do so on application 2,000 cases of the Grav.t ; I. R. HARRIS, Clerk GadiJen Circuit Court. daH L
Cameron, DChandley Pool i i daH i daH
dante reside out of the State of Florida, beyond the 2 to TV B. I'OSF.Tallaliawe. cases of the Yellow Jaundice; By R. C. LESTLR, Deputy Clf.k.March
Jub Micajah
jurisdiction of thU Court but in the United Slates : Camack. ", red Potrick.Wm 2 April 7th. 1849. H-tf 1.01, cases of 1 the Dropsy ; 3, 1849. 9-Cm Flour &c.

It if Ordered, That the aid defendants,Henry Dog- 1''Le. of the ,
Cellier, Mr Francis 4Chatman 9,000 cases Consumption, Bagging Rope and Salt.
gett and David Bariow do appear and answer the 'fheo Roberts Miss Martha E Just Received, And thousands of cases of diseases of the blood, viz: ) per Schooner Randal Mar.bal.!

Bill of Compl tint filed in this cause within four Christian, Miss S Haling, John | LEWIS & AMES': Drug Store, a fresh supply Ulcer, Erysipelas!, Salt Rheum Pimples on the RECEIVED per Brig Ocilla and other vessels : planting Potatoe

months from the date of the publication of liiis order Cbesbrougb 1frth Heding,JoelRoberson AT New and Valuable Medicines!-among which I Face, S at Head, Tetter, Neuralgia &c.,&c., together Bagging, I superfine Four.

or the said Hill will t>e taken for, eonfcstedagaint Carrel Jesse C o Mrs Sally are the folhwing: numerous cases of Sick Headache,Pain. 20'() coils Rope, Salt, for ':

them ; Jnditisfurtlitr O
lication cf this ordei be made in some newspaper Cooper Charles M Mrs Rebecca VFGET.\rLEIIU., This i is the mo>>t successful medicine known in JOHN DENIIAM.. January 20, 1849. 3

published at TilahatIcl, once week for the spaceof Con I il,John Rankin{ RichdRichardsonS Designed for, and I.i cure DTTEHS J lepia. Liver Complaint diseases the Kidneys and Dropsyand all affections Newport, November 18, IS4. 1 IR

four. Clake, Jesse M P 2 Piles, all kindred of the Urinary Organs. St\'eralthouand cases have Pickled Mullet. Blacksmithing.
I certify the above to be a true from the records Sroful. cured when all other remedies have
copy been
impure reported as substantial and
Carter, Miss SnpltiraCuthbcrt Rankin Win G diseases a disordered stomach or cheap Blacksiuithingc/
of Jefferson Circuit Court.C. Miss Alice state(of blood. failed. ho BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLET, of done at the Shop near Stable,
G. 11rE! Clerk. Dr R G Ht.le.JuldcthCabel. Stabol n DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, Hundreds of caes of Fits and Nervous Diseases, the rirst catch, and in fine order.Forsalelow year by Miller Brokaw.my oc

March 3 ll!, 1S4J.; 13 Jrshongh. Loui3 Richards,Stephen 2 The safest, most effectual, and pleasant preparation originating in Debility have been entirely cured and by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. IS 19. 3 J A. A. FISHER.

De\'ant. Ir.tus U ou,Thos W before the public for the eradication WOSMS, in I Ihon-ands of cases of Dysentery. Durihce and Summer Newport November, 25, 1545.. 1'J

Notice. Damillv, lrt 1 L 2 Reeves, Isaac 2 Children or Adults. Complaint. Tobaccos.A LEWIS &AMES,

Month: r date I thall apply to (the Hon. Dankins, Roach S J W 3 HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, CAUTION.
SIX ol Piolnte art in and for the County of Leon, Dandy, 1 2 S;:nl,JOhll Will rnr.vKNT Consumption, and CURl.1 cases of (UJ-: lAD'out for Lnitationg.-Unprincipled persons FULL supply manufactured Tobaccos,just received DEALERS .

for my discharge from I the adminisitiatorship upon Ellis, Undeihill : Spicer, R M 2Shippey ColdsAsthmaSpittingot Blond Pains the Side, have copied our lbel, and put up medicine in and for sale byMcNAITGHT MEDICINES, PAINTS OILS.
Evans Robert J M 2 Shortness ot Breath and all .ther Com the same shaped See that each Bot'Ie has & ORMOND. % Perfumery ic. Window
tht goods, cliattols, and fatate <>f Thomas Knight ( Pulmonary Claji
the written signature of S. P. TOWNSEND.N. : Newport March 10, 1S49. 10 ,
deceased. ROBERT: nUTLEIdm'r.. Forward W A Simpson,GeoU plaints. TERi' BRUSHES AJJD COLORS,
March 24, 1S13. l2- (,'CDe Dempscy 2 Srott, Mrs Delia -ALSODR. B.-Persons inquiring for\ this medicine shouldnot Leon County Glass Wnrc, &c.

SprowlMiSarali Ellen HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS be induced to take any other. Druggists put up >e constantly on, hand,and for sale at ha

lrierton. Dan: L Simpson, Lew .T Well known !a Safe, Certain and Effectual Cure Sarsiparillasand of course prefer!selling their own, TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. market prices. .

Notce. N S-jmpson Wm for Fever Chills and Fever, Intermittent others have purchased that put up in small bottles, virtue of the power vested in me by lv.1 LEWIS

SIX Months after : I apply to the Hon J'Jlt reton. Semour. Scot,Isaac and al I anl Age Price reduced to Scm/y-lt and because they make greater profit, recommend BY have levied upon, and shall expose for iale. November 20. 1S47. &AME. I

u of I'robate lor the County of Jeflerson for Finley.J J 2 Iith. Wm F / per Box. them-do not be deceived by any-inquire fur Dr. fore the Court House door,in the city of Tal.hase.

lattcrsof dismission as Executor of Esther Korne. Fediick, J .\ Smith, Lvman: The above Medicines, fresh and genunearc fur Townsend's and take no other. on the first Monday in May next, ((1949.) BROKAW'S .

gay,late of Hid County, deceased. Fcanjcr Ftdnck Smith, Richd sale by LEWIS & AMES, Principal Ofce. 120 Fulton st., Sun Building, N. ing described or so much thereof as will &

JOSUFA TAYLOR Senr., Executor.: : Fletcher 2 Smith Patrick Tallatassee, Fa. Y., 103 Suth street Albany and for sale by pay the State projtrty. Taxes due thereon for the Livery & Sale Stable '
March 24., IS t9. 12-Gm FOld, Chrih'lht Smith,John M For certificates of recommendation and other in- all the"principal [Druggists and Merchants generallythroughout year lS4Sto wit : : .I :
: Medicinessec the United States, West Indies, and the land in the of TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. __1T___
Gibson' Rt.berl r Shea, MrsSingleton forrtiol concerning the above ? future That bod} ot lying County Leon
4 For Sale. Glicn, John C F J advertisements and pamphet, which may be obtained Canadas.; bounded North by the line of demarcation West by I have moved uj? to their fire-prccf :,

FIRST RATi: NEGRO MAN. about '. GroO'er. Elvira Simon!,Albert G of the Agents. A fresh a-jpply of the above valuabled medicine the Oclockonee River, South by Wakulla County, I Stables, and take this opportunity to in. '

A Mars 'ot ae-field liind-1y: l twenty.two Gonckee, Mrs Lucy Ann Smith,Marshall Marrh 1". t tSj I*. :31, just received and fur sale who'esale and retail by and East by the St. Marks River:known as "Forb s' : friends and t the public generally of tb.
S. S. KMG1IT. Grimes, Wm Simpson, Thomas ---- -------t EDWARD BARNARD, Jr. Purchase," and purporting to belong to t the Apalachicola I thankful for the liberal patronage they
Drugs Medicines, &c. D. LADD. Newport.November received, they solicit continuance
Tallahassee, March 17, !SJ9. 11 Grs.lC W Spencer Samuel Land: Company.
---- : Ileinor: Smith, Hannah M I, IS IS. 17 Cm WofSE4Sec7T2R2SandE.W&of; and pledge themselves to spare no pains

Salt. Groner.MrGhent Ta>lor,JohnS 2 EDWARD BARNARD, JR., N E 4, Sec 19, T 2, R 2, S and E.,owner unknown.EjSV4Sec2GT1RINandV.ownerun.. of those who may patronise
Liverpool OF FL01UDA
NirnrodGunnel : "TAS received, by the late arrival, a : I Stables are situated on Washington

1)I ECEIVI1;per Schooner Lury lJ1ke. ,&(Sacks John 111tailicd, I"JL fre-h addition to his sJorkof GENUINE In Middle Judicial Circuit of Fla. known.W the most convenient pr of the town, and

\ Salt. For *.le by 11 art ridge, Dr S Tant Mrs Martha A DRUGS AND MEDICIKES: all of Galdcii Co.---Fnll 'I'C.m, 18IN. J lot Xo. 199, lying anti being in old] plan cityof and convenience, they cannot bt sur i

JOHN DENIIAM. llavrv. Asa Tavlor.WW ; which are of good quality, I fir for Caih. IN CHANCERY 1 William h1.ArmisteadandJohnB. Tallaliasee,owner unknown.Lot Stables in the Southern ccuntiy. ;

Newport, Slt March 154i. JoI3uJ. Henry I J enable, Mr A C Also,on hand a general assortment of the following Armistcad, C'vmps. No. 2, Irac sec 13 ; lots 1 and 2, fric sec 23 ; IS, 1S45. IS 1

; l3nc1,0I, J' Waterton. ,Jolm11.lf.o' which ate warranted genuine viz: and section 24 ; W J, and N E 4 of Sec 25, and lots No.

persons !b iu: ing 1 demai.ds' rgairM the 1 : ... Vat tanic Weeklv,, Mary. H\uck'81\rcea, Rowan.l's Improved Tonic Mic4 Allen B. Spooner &. Matilda J 1,2. 3, 4., 6, and 7. rf Sec. 2G. i in Township 2, N Leon Circuit !
1ltt I Cour.
ALL 1\alll. W.hltr. htc ol Gadxden Count, iloocVrr Benjamin, ('aptHouck Ward moir, B infant.IIUhite \'i.ta'! of Wid Cherry Rrandreth's Between W. his \\ile.Si John E.Join- of R IV.., containing 2131 acres purporting to belong SPRING TFEM, .
Pills, "ermtnCfld Cathartic, Camphor William R. A. Johnson Albert A. Pickett and John H. Gindrat.
them t to me without ,1 a '. JihnJl > son &
ttceacd present ) N Lumpkin, Agent Icr
Worm Cough and Dinner Lozenges, ; list named defend W of N W of Sec 17 T R Sand E belonging Att 1 ',
J. M. W. DAVIDSON, tcr. I rris J Bunpland's t 4 1. J. 3C Imtt t
hnIC t L I-
.Jmil < Wilt, James ) ID, 1
Much 10, 1S4''1. 10-Svvrqriuc t Heiinfr, John J F Celebrated! Fc\erand Ague RemeJv. 1.tniaCordiatThompson's ant being a minor, Defend to estate of A. Branson, for taxes due for c urI Debt C{). i

WiliamI. Hv e Water, MI! ns' : Opium, J ants. ., 1545, I4G, IS 17, and 1549. 16. J Damages $1.(. \
P W .ear
n 3 Wm Carpenter.
is iuiiitv: : GI.I \ Holland HuJdl\1( Wiluwrl. Sands Sarsaparilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, appearing to the Couit that the defer.hnts: in Section 15, T 1. R I, N and E., putporting to be. I"J' ,
Jul.nHollingsvvorlh! defendant and all
t.alwlwm IT
WillainMrs ethers intere trd will
jq it that I .Anna Tlei's ditto, Goidon's Billiou and Ami.Dyspeptic- the above G. >
may Clc.rn. il cause are non residents: of the Stae: of long to W. : I'
I Wm T'Iiitton Gould.JAMES tttcc tf theinviitutionof!
the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the coon.tyoJeflesson WashinglonWottrn Pills, Beckwith's Anti-Dvspeptic Iil., Peters adSpenctr' Florida they being residents of the State of Virginia.It W. SHERWOOD ) ..
Her ford, Sandfoid R % rt. and sr.d to the declara
Middle Circuit ft the State of Fieriib P B Pills, and is Agent for Townsem'scelebral.d i i" ordered by the said Court, on motion of P. W. Tax Assessor and Collector Leon Count, appear plead .
Hall, Mrs Barbara Walters: this case within tin crib
.a petition iubehali of AnJrew J. Moore, in right Benj Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 |lEr White Solicitor for the Complainants:, and the said October 21, 1543. 14 ts 11e .rrp! d If
of his "IfRachel Ann Moore, one of the heirs Mt Henry, FreemanHunter Williams, Junes W b\tle. \!_ superior Lemon Syrup, prepared frtm Defendants are hereby directed and required top H. N. GRAY.Alforrev .

law of Ebcnczer l\.IIom. late of said County, diceatied Mary F EHeirell Ware, Mr* Mary CWilliamson pure Cltnt or Lemon Acid, far preferable for he )pea and answer the Complaint' Bill of Complaintby Tax Colector's Sale. 30 1S4S. 24' for Plintif.
Elhnt ,
who died intestate( tor the partition of I the Heal Hackle. R J sick or ordinar use than that usually! sold, London the first'Monday of .April next, ((1S49.) or that BY virtue of in me by law, I :

propeity and slaves of the eslate: of the said Ebene Whi.den. Alfred W Porter, kc., &c. in default thereoi the Complainants Bill; be taken as have this day levied upon, and will expose for
Jatnca L Notice.
zer ""IS0I, deceased, and that I will apply' to the Dr Ceo I) F' | 2 -June 10. .IfIS. 47ForNew confessed against them I the said Defendants. sale, before the Court House, in the city of Tallahassee -
Hawcs Williams -- ----
Coutt on the Third Monday in June next for the ap. Hodson Thos J John York. And it i-i further Ordered, That a copy of this order II the first Monday in June next.'the following cdiofl.! Itatrr. and persons entitled to

poinicnenl, cf CowmUiioneru to make partition of Henderson, ,N' I Caroline Yourg, C C 2 be published! weekly in one lews.r ptr in the property,or so much thereof as will pay the State :in the estate of James M. Hart late

said estate according to law. Monticello, March 3, il. Stale of ForidJ. one in the City of Washington and and County Taxes due by the owners thereof for the County. deceased, :rf betby ratified
( for
Ib49. TIIOS1 JEFF. HEIR, will; calling any bore letters one in of New York for the space of two Jla!1S-1>:to wit : and demand.i be lamd at the

Solicitor for Petitioner. please say they are advertised. & A months from the insertion thereof in each of said Lots Nos. 19, and part of 175, and 7G, O. P, and of two }efu thii date. unless the

March 10. IS.J9. 103. _ _ M. NASH, P. M. papcis.-The object of I Ibis suit is to "procure partition : 152, N. .A. of Tallahassee, belonging to Anderson to the subscriber; and all) persons .

Lumber Shingles &c. of the lands of John C. Armistcad, deceased, i Peeler. demands asairst the said dccrsscd are ,
-L New York and PACKETS between I lying and situated in the State of Florida, in which I II Lots Nos. 81, S3, S3, SI. and S5.N. A. of city of to prr>rnt them without delay ; and :
Months Notce.SIX LUMBER of every description can be obtained, at St. Marks and Newport, \i I the above named Compl .linantsand Defendants are Tallahassee, belonging to Charles F. Mercer. to said estate :are now called urea t tt
after apply to the Hon {five miles South West of Lake Brad commence running at the opening of the ,
fal interested and known and described as the W JAMES W. SHERWOOD. payment to
I e of Probate for4Gadsden County for letters fordat and continue throughout the entile hal.
$ lOOfeet.
;per Thievery best t kind of pine year, : N- W Sec. T. N. and W Tax ANN
of dinis1ion from the administration of the estate of also be had Brig W ARC.LL.Josehn Master quarter, 31, 3, ; Assessor and Collector for Leon County. HART I
James II. Gibson, deceased SHGLES. can at a low price. OCILLA, Trim; do. quarter Sec 31, T. 3, R. 5, N. and W ; E. half N E November IS, 1S4S. 19 h. Qualified Eiecutrit.
R. E. GIBSON, ATlru'r.March Syrup Cypress J.made G. to order. I LUCY, Hosmcr do. quarter Sec. 31, T. 3R. 5, N. and W; E. half S. W. Notice. t I County.Febrnary 10, 1S49. 6 S*? i
IADHC quarter Sc. 30, T. 3, R. 5. N. and W; W. halt S.
10.1"19. 10mNotce. March 17,1S-J9. JI-l I SUttANNEE, Clark do. (new,) W. qr. Se. 30, T. 3, R. 5, N. and W; N. E. quarterSec. SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Fair Warning-
---- I WACISSA' Perry, do. (new.) Judge of for the County of none''
9, ,H. 3N.and W ; S E quarter Se. 0. T. 3, Probate
In are built in the nubstauiial without reserve positivelr. indebt-
Chancery. TheBrJ1 mOlt man. den for letters of dismis.-non Executor
K. 3, N.and W ; N. W. quaitei Sec. y, 3, R. 3, : a on
ALL creditors, I. tel. persons entitled to IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT. careful etprensly for this trade, and are commanded N. and W; N. 1':. quarter Sec. S, T. 3, R 3, N. and tate of Samuel Strickland,dec'd. late of said connty.1 th otherwise,subscriber for 1&7ilher by note
the estate of Wit'iam Goodman experienced Captains. Freight and pasge H. H. STRICKLAND if sttled by the 10th
il Thomas Brown rs. Christopher Williams, George the W; W. half N. W. quarter &c. 10. T. 3, R. 3, N. ,
at lowest will
sa rates. Agent*- I most positively
late of Jefferson Count*', decease are hereby notified E. Dennis, William Williams, James J. Vickers, COE ANDERSON t CO.. ant W; W. half Sec. 7, T. 1, R. 5, N. andE January 27, 1540.- o i 17. S.pay F.cost.BURNEY.
exhibit their within i '
to IS'9.
two Sarah Vickers and William Maner. ; W. h half N. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1. R. :, Nand
10 Beaver street New York. Pure of
Sulphate Quinine.
from this date, the will be barred and !
or same
'cal ; E; W. hallS. E. quarter 7T. 1 I. R. 5N. and ,
virtue ofa decree
rendered Sc.
in the above recited JOHN Notice.
all person' i indebted to the estate are requested! to By the nEtAM. E:; E. half N. E. quarter 7, T. R. 5, N. andE subcriber have on hand two hundred and ,
causeon 1 TiE
twenh of
wake immediate pav merit to tlieunderigned.V.M. A. D. lS46in the Circuit -frt day the Middle November Circuit ., i: & lmD. ; E. hal S. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1. R. 5, N. and ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which they ,, legatees, and persons entitled to

VEST } Qualified: in and tt\1port. E,- being in the counties of GadsdenandJefferson have obtained dirrc from the m3nufaC'turer and in the estate ot Richard
for the of Jonfslte
County in favor of said I Newport August 12, 184S.
JOHN M. SMITH Executors. will be article. County, deceased.
Complainant, and said Defendants the I amounting to 1S40 and 32 30.10 acres. they warrant to a superior are
Jefferson CountyFtbruary 10,1E49. l bw pen>edeas herein granted against at the application, (of su- I Gunny Cloth. Dated January 10, JS49. We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines and demands will be barred at the
of the defendants some THOMAS BALTZELL,Jud e. by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute of two years from this date, unless the

Spring ad Summer Clothing. removed,) I willoffer being at by public agreement sale,for set csh.aside before and A SMALL, for supply sale,by EXTRA HEAVY, daily ex- P. W. WHITE, Sol for Corn pa. orders tor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, I : ehibited to the subscriber; and all per

the peed A true copj from the minute on the most accommodating terms. \ any demands against I the said deceased
f1liARK t STIMjMAX are now receding a door, in the City of )
Curt Talahasset.ol lcNAVGI1&ORMOND. Attest I. R. HARRIS Gad den We have also few accounts due to for the notified to nt them without
,._/ small, but select assortment ol SPRING ADSUMMER Monday, the seventh day of.May ttzt. Newport, November IS C'lk. Cir. Ct. a yet U! I pre delay,
CLOTHING, together \\ithafew gal hours : All oflot number one hundred and sev- By R. C. Lester D.C. year J8.7. They are generally in smal amo.ats, to are now called upon
art- 13th 2 but if the whole could be paid would payment to
elf tuch Hamilton Sale- January go
*, as cnty-nine ((179.) in the original plan of the Cily of County Tax far towards liquidatingceitain sums which we owe. JAMES R. TUCKER,

J ri Drap d'ntc Tallahassee, to be sold satisfy the sum of thee BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Lull For Sale LEWIS k! ex officio Administrator of Shtif .

e.hmercle. llarlelu, A.C. thousand one Ilndrcd and and hYutJ- ix dollars shall expose for sale, before the Court house .' It.'Il E V .NC E! April 29, 19.19. 41 AIE. county February, 11:49.: C Sw
Suitable mentioned in said decree of the interest. door in the of Hamilton Florida land the "
manufacture, and to be disposed offer town Jasper County THE 8 "Overstrcet Tract, 9 I

C\II.audCAStOXLY.at moderate profits ; and B. J' WHTNER. on the fouith Monday. in April, 1S19, the following north of Tallahassee, near the Thomas- : Thomas Jeff. Heir, BURGESS & CO.
cOldiaJy il'ite old! friends and customers April 7, 1S19. J Commiuiontr Euil described proper! or so much thereof a! yule toad adjoining Gov. Branch's plantation containing ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ,

to purchase. will be sufficient to pay the State and County taxes 7 or bOO acres. Will be sold low, and on Forwarding & Commission
in the Cite lit Court in each
TaltahasseeMarcli 17, 1649. 11 Notice. due thereon for the year J ISiS, to wit: satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For WILL ,
of the Middle Circ lit, and in the Supreme
SIX months after dale.I shall apply to the Hon. Also, the S E 4 of the S E 4 of Sec :Township fuithcr particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, Court v and United States District Court aTallahassee. u'UD .

Groceries, &c. of probate for the county ol JefTersontor' 1, Range 13, North and East, purporting to belong or DANIEL LADD, New Port. i -

leter ditmission a adminiltralril de bonis non to the estate of Benjamin Chaires. Jan. 13, 1S49. 2 tf
BAGS RIO 184S. 29
15 do. COFFEE.S I the will annexed,Jeremiah Johnson.lle of Also, the I E i of S E 4. the W SW1andSE Monticello. January 29 in Western Produce,

do. St.1)otningodo.White Java i said countydeceased. MARY S. JOlSON. 4 of the S W 4, and the W i of the S E 4 of Sec 25. Confectoner and Baker. Medical Notice. i 62 Pojdras Street. New Orleans

:do. Brown do. Jefferson County,April 7th, Ib39. the W 1 of the N W 4, and the N E 4 of the N W HENRY] and I 5 6tn
do. do. J 4 of Sec 33, Township 1, Range 13, North and East, generally, that he has on hand and H. G. WIRT M. D. J. L. CALL lr. P.
:lIbl,. cru he Sugar, Acton of Attachment.Silas purporting to belong to the Union Bank. is constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kinds, DRS. WIRT St. CALL have associated themselves!!
Boxes do. the of Medicine, and Notice.
Amount Also, lot No-3 of fractional section 7,in Township such as: practice Surgery .t., .
Gaehen Uutter, Box, and Pine Apple Cheese, Supe. 1' Burney. }V worn$1GO to(K). SO 45.10. 1, South of Range 17, East, laving on the Suwannee PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS, offer their service to the public. I after date I shall to the Hon. !

perior Family Fo'Jr. Cider, and hite Wine Vinegar Isaac Hutto., ) Bond Damage., $leO 00.THE River, purporting to belong to S. B.Thompson. CINNAMON LEMON CANDY Office over Dru; Store:fonticelo. Florida. : of Probate for the Iprt Jefferson for .

) ,Cof.hlcrring Chocolate, Candies Sauces, defendant Also, the S W 4 of Sec l. Township 1 I. Range 13, WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY, August 5. IS4S. ly t dismi-sion a Executor! of William II.
s, Table Salt &r. tc.Kecched and all olheis interested) are here. of said
South and East, purporting to belong to William J. ; county
noticed of the DR. J. S. BOND
e per brig Suwannee, and for sale by commencement of this suit, ?. And various others among them several that are SOLOMON MATHERS.

McNAUGHT! & ORMOND. returnable to the Ciicuit Coutt to be held at Tallaliassee Mil WILEY Tax Assessorand useful for colds andcough ,and is prepared to manu. his professional service to the citizens County February 10, 1 E. 6 Cm
in County of Leon LF.F.
Newport March 10 and Middle Circuit of
10,1649. and the
the State of Florida on the fourth Collector for County 1S4S. facture any and all kinds that may be ordered, both surrounding;country.
Monday (2Gth wholesale and retail. O.lice at Col. Fisher's Hi/tel.
October, 848. 14 Great
day) Match, A. I). 1S49, and to
and Bargains.
Take Notice. to thl fcame. WALKER &appear. plead He i is also prepared to carry on Baking in all its Mav29.l817. .15 !
GWYNN branches,from the Bread, \the most
THE iu\cribeu respectfully request their cus Feb. 24, 1?4 9. S A11 Vs for Notce.SIX plain Loafof to Wakulla Circuit OFF AT COST !
and settle their accounts immediately rl'l. months after apply to the Hon. exquisite Cakes and Pies. Patties and t the publiccan Cou.I

: I as they have engagements at the North Iron, &c. of Probate for the County of Jefferson. always be accommodated by giving t timely notice CIIANCERY.-B1LL Store of L 3t.II. GREENBERG & r'

which must be met promptly and for letters of dismission as Administrator tie boni' at (the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson street Henry H. Walker, Complainant .the greatest bargains of the ,e
their friends wi aM them in so doing earnently, or they hOpe A FULL assortment of Iron,2 to 7 inches wide, non of Farquhai Macrae,late of said County dec'd opposite the Jluetion Room of /?. I.Berry Esq., rs. every variety can be had for cash at cost
40 kegs Nails, assorted sizes, TaUahasseeDec. 16 ISIS. below New York t.
be compelled "place t their claims in the bands of Just I RICHARD HARRISON. Joseph Del a field and Lewii Curtis Trustees of the some co Jalng
received and for Bale I
by minds to close business soon,
an Attorney for collection. County, September 0,15 is. 8 Cm In Leon Court. Land Company. et al.. Defendants.IT .
McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Apalchicol well call if desire hue
All unsettled accounts closed from this I Circul to early they to
the satisfaction of the
date, March 3d, 1649. __Newport, Mtrch) 10,1649.. 10 III Wnkulla Circuit Court. James Oatcs, Compt., } Chancety.ts. affidavit appearing made to in this case that Court Delafield by !eections. Positively no credit will b
Daniel In > December, 1S4S.
Ladd Compt., Chancery Fall Term.
March ?, 1619. CLARK 9-lOw t STJLL fAN. Flour, Sugar, Potatoes, &c. vs. }> December, 5th, 184 9. Rebecca F. Gates, Def. ) Bill for Divorce. and McLar.e Lewis Charles Curtis, Trustees Davis as aforesaid, and and Luis, indebted to them, wl1 please com
10 nitLS. and JOlla1 Bbli.superfine flour Joseph F- Dyer Deft ) Bill to foreclose a mortgage. appearing: to the satisfaction of the Court by Augustus George and settle their .
wold reside of State of
IT out the Floridaand
SACKS SALT JUST RECEIVED: BY 10 do. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court bv affidavit in this case,that Rebecca Frances Oatcs beyondthe &bted t of this Court but in the United
I 100 S. S. KNIGHT At CO. 10 bal Ubtl. do. affidavit in this case that Joseph F. Dyer residesout the said defendant resides beyond the jurisdiction of jurisdiction their account with_ WILLIAM BUDD.
States It is That the said
March 3, ISI9. f :nblt. Vacuum Process" Sujar, of t the State of Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction this Court, and out of the State of Florida but in field antI: QJtrd. Trustees Joseph Dela i iJ duly authorised to receipt for the 1m..

I; o Kegs Butler, of this Court but in the United'tatesJj- i, the State of Alabama : His i ordered that the said as aforesaid and 27, 1S49- 4
Louis McLane, Charles Davis and l _
I' 4 Bales Gunny Bags, Orcertd. That the said Joseph F. DJe a afore Rebecca Frances Dates, do appearand plead answeror Augustus GeorgeGriswold
For Sale. 2 Boxes Oran.s. .id. appear and plead, answer to the demur to the said Bill Complint. or the said .do appear and Ilea., anS\Hr. or demur to S. S. KNIGHT & CO.

- rpVVO NEGROESmm and wife firM cbarae.I .1 RcceivedpcrTallahasseeand (fIr sale l"rMcNAUGIIT said bi of complaint, or the said bill will be taken Bill will be takcn/r o. : the said de.ftndant. sid bill of complaint or said I bill be taken furconfessed
rte OR&IOND.Neviporf said against them: Prodded, That publication and Retail Grocers, aud Provision
fer.IIe'om'u first rate house servant, Cook, & of eonfitio against the defendantprovj.ded Iro\iltd that the publication of this or-
of this order be made in .
%'., Irontr. Persons wishing to buy ;March 10, 1619. 10 That the publication of this order be made in der be newspaper printed in Tallahassee some newspaper printed in DeaJen.TALLAJASSEE
: properly please tall soon, I am allJi FUCI ---- -- -- Bore newspaper printed in the city of Tallahassee once a week for the period of four months. the city of Tallhasset once week for the period of FLOHIDA.

raise wi a S. S. KNIGHT.ts AS THE I'I Itt of S.$. KNIGHT' Co. is once a week for the period of four months. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. four'6 ronths. open Court, Dec. 5th, 1845. on hand and offer for sale at a

Tallahassee,March 31, JS"9. 13 about to bedissolved, all who are indebted to THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A William P. Duval Ccmpt'n Solicitor. 1 ue copy from t the record. advance on cost for cash all the stand

:, the firm are requested to call and settle immeiate. true copy ; 2 GEO. L.Notice. .BnyAiyrClerk. A true copy. D. MCRANCY Clerk. GEORGE L BRYANT Clerk. in their line- Flours of approved qua .
Iy, and) those claim December 0 161g.
< luring 21 4m
i against please J. B. Keen D. C. Pork.
lOBLWORYM D By !, Coffees, Teas, Bacon, lam.
w.. present them,as they wi be paid instantly.March Dec. ISlh, 1843. 2 s Lard, and all similar! : -to-
at Law, 10, J JS49. S. S. & CO. nhct
Attorney) INIGlT and Rice. O ?
months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. Sal Fruits, Irish 10tatof. uon,1ar.

Nontietllo, Jefferson fonnly, Florida. SIX) e of Probate for the County of Jeferon. Long Cottons wanted. FOR saleto in Brig Fiorina, Almonds,and othr artcu uiua1)
Cloth and
W ILL attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle Gunny Rope. for letters of dismission as Administrator Kf\f\ BAtE Rollcr-gincd Sea Island Cotton o Sacks Liverpool Salt i establishment

F. *tern Circuit .L' McpAL'GlIT h. OHMOND.Newport decCe.nCIARf HAimiSW. be given byl! S. F. BURNEY' I McI.n rtT !i'MOND.ruprt .

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