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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 28, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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JOURNAL For itlnanccand ciencoof the service.'. And :he officer of the TKUE AND FALSE UELIGIOX. RHYMC-BT lOftS O. S.\XE. lh articles of hlscrcetli
FIORIDIAN two husdicd and fif A TEMPERANCE Sunday Mercury,gives ;
THE & including incidental expenses affected bt the fourth section of the act .
of -
marine corps All the false and merely
deceptive with
concludes :
HATUKBAY. thousand ; entitled An systems and

is rlBUnnnn/ .EVIBY- '.. ty-seven For nautical boKs.dolar maps charts, instruments,and act of Congress for the increase,approved of March marine 2,corps iS47,of the Unite human relgion. hare had this one certain There 1 kcew lived him an passing honest \el fherman., .I bee! the most industrious are the mosicont

TCR31: all other expenses of the hydrographical office, fifty. States," stall be provided for in the same manner ly( about certainty destroying all Who lived hard by a pond happy. idleness is AH iD\b t

DOIL\HS annum if paid in advance. tight thouand two hundred and sixty dolau: Provided that the officers of the old army who recehed appointment who embrace them, and perishing at last Within a little dell. the bosom enjoyment. It i ii Lar.
THREE per officer of the ,not below for the upon
AK. A HAW, if paid within six months. the, That a ofieutenanthe competent: charged navy withthe duty .* in the additional regiments fourth raised section of themselves. New delusions are constantly A grave and quiet man"a he, est work in the world to, do nothing bltb
.lEE grade the rod
until the end of thejcar.COThtstteuns with Mexico were under Who loved his hook and ;
FOUR DOUAM, i not paid of preparing the Nautical Almanac for publication war approved nineteenth; ( cigi.- rising. Old ones are constantly passing: away. his line of life : month, and have nothing to do It with.I .
July So ran
even
adhered to and the I act of
willb rigidly ; and that the Secretary of the Navy mcy, whenin hundred Congrecs and forty-eight,entitled An act supplemental The priesthood ofsrror taught one falsity! yesterday His neighbors thought it odd. believe that kicking against c stbm, and
all L teen
nn \\ilb discontinued, until arrearage are his opinion the Interests of navigation would be i entitled an act providing for the ( \ another lo.day-to be fol. is futile and
paper the Sulcribers >. to an act they cad he said in the (face of fashion; a
the option ot publishers. the nautical works that the United For science and for rpttting
bks.
cause
"paid unliit 1 fur three months at One promoted thereby the prssecution of the existing war between lowed, perhaps, ty worse ono to-morrow. foolish endeavor. Both need correctionbut
be Jtcti"ed time to time he published by hydrographical and for other pur. He never had a may
from of Mexico
Dollar wi nontha at $1 GO. livery)' older for the i may ofliceto be sold at cost, and the proceeds Stales"and the republic The man who seks to put his trust in any of No school to him was worth a fig, they must, and will have their btrn 4

paper out-of this county must be accompanied with arising therefrom be placed in the treasury of the poses.For provisions (or marines,pervii g on shrl thirty these rarth-born religions, is tortured and Except a .school of fish." way.I i

LbQ cash ttulc?* the order comes through. any of our 1: United States; t thousand six hundred and sevent '.four dollars mdeighty mocked by their uncertainty, their utter want The single inindedfihermataA believe that if the devil the father of
the
in the Stale.Vill that accrue for double had- )
aithorizcd agents may calling
rrjuhrly ( For i contingent. expenses; viz. : freight i and transportation; cents; thousand, nine hundred of any thing stalk in themselves or any thing To tend his flock in winter time lars he has a plaguy large family to look ttf

A tn' n TI J X r:T S olowin and purposes stationery; advertising in ne\paptr; For clothing,dollars fotty-two; (10 guide and tustain those who embrace In summer fish for shad. (e.r that it is rapidly increasing. ; sJ
J and forty-eight
\ be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per spjaref books maps,models, and drawing;purchase and re- Fur fuVl thirteen thousand one hundice and fifty- them. In short this honest fisherman I believe that girls are like kittens-gently
and
twelve lines for the first,and fifty cents for each pair of fire engines and machinery; repair of and attending eight dollars ; Like the treicherous signal.boals that are All other toils forsook smooth them the right way, and they rub and

BuSaequent insertion. A reasonable deduction on steam engines in yard:; purchase teams I For military stores, repair of arms pay of armor sometimes statbned bylhe wreckers otTan ironbound Ard though no vagrant man was he, most affectionately; but givo them tho
driving
and oen.nd ;
'wit! be wade on l.gal notices, estaten.ticCIyear. maintenance of horses the puhase and repair ofYorkmen' ers, accmltr.ments. ordnance stores thousand flags,dollars drums, coast tlese\ shifting systems are continually He lived by I hook and crook.' pur contrary brush and their back is up in I hi ,
notices without alteration, by persons having carts, timber-wheelsand fifes,and musical instuments. six ; Like them All day that fisherman would sit
ly letters furniture their r
places. like to
with the office. tools; postage of public ; For t transportation and troops, and expcji changing Upon an ancient log. most disdainful manner. They b

regular announcements accounts candidates for oilier, FIVE for government houses; fuel oil,!nd candles and for navy .ea of recruiting, eight thousand dollars ; they attract oily to bewilder, and allure onlyto And gaze into the water,like hissed, but sham a delicacy about the ope !.

\1 invariably in advance. No attentionwill yards and ; cleaning clearing }'or repairs of barracks,and rent of temporary barracks destroy. The unwary mariner follows Some sedentary frog.A ration. : ,: -

ILLu"- order.for announcement unless up yaadf; watchmen and iucdentallbornotcharge. and offices for commanding officers, six thou"sand them with and onlyAnAo hard :
be paid to any able other appropriation; atendin a trembling uncertainty cunning fisherman was lie, I believe thai human flesh is to digest .

accompanied with the cash. In :any and on foreign sations. dollars; 1:4" .A.L,,. out t where he i is, when he finds his ill. all right Jonah didn't sit the stomach oftb
relisious, : and obituary notices published delivery; of.tnre supplie For contingencies i i namely l : frieght, I eae.age His angles were easy upon .
All marriage i -
gtaiuiv .lyi Imt editorial notices for pri. wharfage, dockage and rent; travelling ePCnCSO1 wharfage compensation to Judges advocatn per fated vessel crashing into a thousand (rag. And when he scratched his aged poll whale. ;

vate benefit will\ be charged as advertisements.Jon officers; funeral expenses; store and office rent: stationary diem for attending courts martial, courts of enquirv.and ments on the beach. But how different from You'd know he'd get a bite. I believe that simple honesty; the naked .' .
and fuel to agents and store-keepers; of the fish, he never spoke .
navy labor, house rent in lieu 'larles.burial To charm .
constant that .down
for these delusive is
premiums and floating systems un. fine, truth, virtue, and a straight up.an
flags, awnings, and packing-boxes; deceased marines, printing stationery, fur.agepostagepursUit Although hinoice was pure
WORK. other! expenses reruiting apprehending deserters of deserters, candles, oil, straw changing Gospel of Christ which stands forth He fount the mist convenient way way dealing with the world have as much

\Vt arc well prepared to execute ,Jot.Work,with,neat such ; per diem pay c attending courts authorized martial !-. furniture, bed sacks, spades axes, shovels. picks, like the lowing lighthouse of EDDYSTUNE,, just to'.drop a line." advantage over vice, tricks ahd stratagem, irk t; I

I bUs,cards d: blanks. All pamphlets work cf this description, l and courts law of inquiry to judge or advocates other service; pilotage and. carpenter's tools keep of a horse for the messenger the hospital wsih: its beacon blaze streaming out over the And many a gudgeon of the pond, the long run, as a good square-trotting hone :
and at
nel except fur llatch persons having yearly accounts with by cf vessels; pay, and assistance rendered to vessels pay of matron, washerwoman( thousand porter: one hundredand midnight sea The angry wares, through I made to speak to-day, has .over a pacing poney, or a racker that
towage had
the office, must be paid for on delivery. i in distress,five hundred and eight thousand dollars; head-quarters dollars eighteen many long years, have rolled in, thundering \ou'd own, with grief,this angler goes his mile or two like the mishief and is

.;.-..-'------ fl -: For support of the naval l school at hundred Annapolis l dollars, Manland -\I To eighty-four supply a deficiency; a! the appropriation 0 f thethird against i ita base. The winds heaven have mighy", : taking way.1nn on a log, done for,for the rest of the journey.__ .
tshinl
thousand two ; whi!
for the rains V/HC taJ V *
hundred and warred around its
BY AUTHORITY. twcnl.eht mail between March eighteen forty-seven fiercely pinnacle ; He mourned his of luck ; '
Fur tansportaton Liverpool of the United between Slates New York two buoy-boats, one on the( eastern end of Tucker-. have dashed against t its glearr.inglantern Ktil When suddenly he felt a bite Book Farming -What i it J The editor 5 i _.

Second Ses New ; ., muck shoal,on the other on the end of Great or Sandy trembles a duck. of the Quarterly Journal answers this ques. f J
Ails and rimed at t the and New Orleans, Havana, and Chagre ; and between dullais and there it stands. It moves not. I And jerking-caught '
Rro1ntons hundred and five .
TluHrh Congress Panama and some point in the Teuilery of 1 1 Rip shoal two ffy. not ; for it is founded on a rock. Year after Alas! that day the fishermanHad tion as follows : Book farming, we know is .

Oregn. eight hundred and seventy-four thousand three For cents meteorological; observations to be conducted year, the storm.stricken mariner looks out taken too much greg, not in favor with many farmers, otherwise \a J \

(No. 33 ] AN ACT making appropriations for certain dollars; I under the t direction of the Secretary of the Navy,two for its star like light, as he sweeps in throughthe f And being but a lndman. should find admittance into every farmer's ..' V
fortifications of the United States,for the year Foi the purchase of the right}! to use A: D.Bishop'spatent He couldn't log..t and farmer (in Scotland) has : J Ja
thousand It is the first that library, every
object
hundred derrick for all I dolar. vvitn all his ,
might
'tending the thirtieth of June eighteen portable boom government purposes furtlitr enact td. That the Secretary Britih In vain he strove know and there. .
ind fifty. ten thousand dollars: Provided, The said SEC 2. directed ''odetail three suitable meets eye, as he returns on his homeward And tried to gain the shore; library. But though we 1

JfriIcuacIrdb; the Senate and lloastofRfpre- Bishop shall, within fifteen dais from the passage of vessels of of the the Navy in testinG new routes and perfecting voyage : it is the last which ho beholds long Down,down he went, to feed the fish fore admit, that no man can be made. D farm V 1 ; .

ntativcs of t1 United States afJmeiicain Con- this act, notify the Secretary ot the Navy in writing the discoveries navy made by Lieutenant Maury in after his native land has sunk behind the eve- He'd baited of before er by book, we can admit that the best far.'I "I
That the following sums be. and of his acceptance of said sum in full compensation of t he winds and currents find useful hints <
not at ,
prett cutnblfJ. the course of his investigations The moral of this mournful talc mer cannot may times "
,to be paid out of any and all improvements which he the fling wa\c. i
said ol :'
for patent-right lheesel
they are in hereby the appropriated not otherwise appropriated, heiealter make upon the same,and to furnish of the ocean; and to cause materials for such So it It with tIle unchanging Gospel of To all is plain and clear ; in a book. TLe best farmer cannot know every ( > .'

money treasury and construction ot may and for the construc- navy to (co-operate in procuring and A single I drop too much" of rum article practice that h i followed in every 7 4 f
for the preservation repairs, full working plans |explanations investigations, in fjr a said co-operalion may not Christ. While other systems rise change, make bier ; 1
p a watery
May ,
certainiortificationstor he year ending the thirtieth tion'of: said boom-derrick interest Pro rihd. like its of the and as most practices aru .
country;
1 electromagnetic be incompatible with the public : and into nothingness, this Gospel ( And he who not "sign the pledge, part
of the pass
usefulness
and .
i ml filly I the wi .
of ". Ih.u.and oigl.t J.u.J.. Tor testing capacity! without additional what is called chance or accident *
any
Jlnp. I It"fnty be accomplished discovered
defensive works and barracks near Detroit, power, a mechanical agent for thepurposes That the same can immutable Author) is the same yesterday, today And keep t promise fast by

1 For thou and ; of navigation a and locomotion,and the pro ) expense. enacted. That the S.ec. and forever. While other false l and May be, in spite of fate,a STIFF" it is clear that discovery cannot gen. i

For *UI 411.01 ItJI5 dolar CI outlet of lake Champlain, bable cost of usin 'tbe same accoiding to the invention SEC ofVar 3. Jliul be be,itfiirlhtr nnd he. is hereby)' authorized and flashing lights are extinguished, this the COLD WATER MAN AT LAST. rally be made known until it is dessemina- V

thousand dJlar; t of Professor Page the sum of t."cnt r thousand ratary with the commendation erashineth.. The Christian ted abroad. A l farmer( who travels appreci.ates .
twenty
defensive and barracks at narrow s of to be under the supervision of the directed Colormity the "true light, ILL TRY, SI reteives in : i
For d.Uars. expended contained in his repoll, to transfer to and finds it the same. the information which he con. ", 1
rrnobscolt river,Maine, twenty t thousand dollars; Sectetary of the( Navy, in making a practicable cspetimer.t such vessels now belonzing to the goes to his Bible, always "Try," was never conquered.It and observation of I .
with by
Pcrtland Hcrbor, invention, to Iheplan to Navy Department : doctrines of the Cross which versation flmcrl .
of said V
For of Fort according will The life-giving of the bright
repairs Scamme War Department as,in his jud ement. promote is recorded of Dr. Paley one advantages j
-
Maine, five thousand) ; be proposed and conducted by Profex-or Page ; first peace to his soul, arc sti his solace church, that field labor. a possesses '" '
For repairs on fortification! on Governor's island i For the construction,cteiision,and completion of the public intercsis.nd be it fvrtJitr enicttd. That in lieu of Lrougl of the Divine \ arc still ust ornaments of the Christian over him who always remains at home, :

Boston harbor,ton thoujind dollau ; the following objects, and for the current repairs,at the SEC. 4.allowed.f by law, a ,when by order of ; precepts have never lost their ability while in college, he was inclined to idleness that is, within the circle of his market Now .
Warren, Boston harboi, thirty thousand: the several yard viz : pay purser duly his delgtlt. They One a rich anddissipated V V
For Foil I navy the Secretary of the Kavy: attached to and him their to console and dissipation. morning the object of an agricultural book, and par. .
"A"T or power
dollars PORTSMOUTH.For shall receive the into his rcon:
; at the astalion of California, fellow-student came \vork. is, 3
of ;
For repairs of Fort Independence, Uoston bather acd smithcry 1 attached to frigate in commission him. I have ticularly an agricultural ptri'ica
cmn1leling| powder magazine ; pay as it a with this singular reproofPaley, or i ';
ten thousand timber shed fame That no' more than one the of the hypocrite at stated times, to carry suggestions
dularl. He has hope perish
for construct ing commander's quarters fur service: PoridCl. seen fool I have '
Rhode Island' what are. '
tct a
harbor been thinking you tim
For Fort \d.mt, Newport numhtr thirty, time, be attached to the the discoveries Important or unimportant to
number twenty-eight, storehouse "ohall at the same like the spider's; web ; be has seen fiord it. '
And permanent quaitcrs and barracks thereatforty. dock-wall wot of timber sluds, for paving timber I purser the said station,on general or special duty. I ISfC who trusted in some infidel error, sinking the' means of dissipation, and can ; home of Ihe farmer.lhat: he who loves to stayat J.'

thousand dollar* ; shed number twcnty-sevenIiarf, and filling in rear i 5. Jlnd be it further enacted, That the retention -, man I should make nothing if I were to apply my. home! the advantages of hint .'j
London Con he has may
For buildtuj: Fort Trumbul. New engine house, arid dollar month from the pay of the under the agonies of remorse ; seen of rising to an emi. oses '
.
ol number four; for pi'.ch-house! of one per self. You are capable who travels abroad, compare what be : ;, i
II.cticut. ten tb\unnd ; in low grounds; and fur repairs: of all kinds musicians and privates of the marine corps, directed one delusive system fall after another ; but the with this truth I have may 'I
thousand
inland sound, ten nence-and impressod reads and decide .
Schu ler, Lung fUn with what he
For Fort hundred and has
) wis. seen
thousand six hundred and twenty dollars by the act of second March, eighteen Gospel of his Master yet abidelh, the the whole night, and '
dollars ; the of Ihe musicians been kept awake during suited his particular ; j .
extended in case which is best to
be as salva practice
and cent thirty-three of God unto ''
eca-wall of Edlow's of Gnd and the I
Wood, and : dom power admonish
Fort
nf fl .tlcc
For repair whole lo j'j
the term solemnly
to
it-Undfifteen thousand-dollars; AT BOSTON. and privates of( the army, I His richel have taken totherueIves i have now come you. purpose ; or perhaps, when comparing the
tion. own may admonition wa '
remarkable
For repairi c Fort Hamilton- New ioiuien Toward ronstuctionof a ml cordage store; of their enlistment.Sr.c ( aetnl. That the en jinecrs and but noth.ing The effect of this hints of others, he Inlay himself discover apracticesuperiorto 1
sai.lol 6- further en wings away and the final re.
town reformation,
thousand dollars; (or store vvall and fling of *lii) |>liouscII 'nlll hereafter receive the lollow- his his immediate them all. In thismanner, a ;
shall of that
him
For Fort Richmond, on Staten island, thirty thou- I ; for coal-huuje t1I) ; gradingatidpaviliavenue payviz in the:navy can rob priceless trcaurl sui that he became one ofthc guiding mind good agricultural work is the nneausofdssemmating j;
ing
cand: dollars; bixty-thrce;for )! and wa Chief engineer on duty, first five years, fifteen o I'el.hope. own and succeeding ages. He becamean the which ., j".t
For repairs of Fort Lafayette,five tlousard dollars ter-tank ; and tor repairs of nil kiiidone hundred hundred drllais The frietds of his early years have gone acute and powerful rcasoner, and Christ!. through country district practices which *' '
the
; confined
would be to
; and thirty-two thousand two hundred and twenty after five two thousand 1 one, .to darkness: and the defenders. gave '
duty, down, one by ablest '
of its
Chief on 'ear *
engineers him j
Uland found in one should be ;
Patch ,fifty anity aim
Its
For Fort IMa\m' on re one d\1a-ra and fifty cents. but that Almighty Friend whom the them birth. principal u
dollars
dollar ; worm, The is dead, and his name has perished of \ .
thousand ; AT NCW YORK. leave first five years, twelve than reprover good work,that is, with suggestions
Chief engineers on remaineth closer a
For of Felt Madison, five thousand dol- Gospel reveals, yet of will live I .".
that Paley
repair but confirmations of ,
For two houses, cob dock, dredging channels hlJndolbr! ; this his rest. ; good sense, and with expert. *
l.u; ofcer' purchased between iinvy-yaid Chief engineers on leave after five years,fourteen brother. Upon Gospel father .To the latest period ot recorded time." The collection and presentation of .
,
raids,Virginia heads. ence.
For Foil Hampton their
Monrol. t e. and dying
thoimrd dollars- and hospital fence on Flushing n\'CIUe, filling in hutulud dollars ; i'd their hops pillowed reformation and these results were accomplished these desiderata is attended wilh much troubled \ ,
This ,
; thousanddollars his
ty and for( on duty, one himself to rest when '
and to avenue, assistant engineers means "
Casvvcll North timber pond paving First Upon doliberafely |
site of Fort resolution i- .
For prc.rrntiwn i of I t1.lers under God, by a and end unless the labor Is appreci.atedah'IcncnUraged
:
dollars. that it expense
nineI and he trusts
kinds
of all ; and flesh fail him *
repairs tuusand heart
dollars ; .
i
Carlna.fifteen t thousand ; on leave, eight formed and which never fur a ILO.ment it Impossible! to use tho I V .
First t assistant: engineers l.unJrr '
.1aconNorth Car PHILADELPHIA. of his descendants '
Fo.t AT
site the
11rtlu'al ilil of at shall be precious heritage } \
kind orin.
Ior dollar valuable
and filtv ; varcrth!. to collect the most
(1na.live thousand dollars; Fo two hourcs for officer ; for foundation and assistant engineer,on July eight hundred long after his own corruptible body means { J
Second
('ike to Drunken Dick shoal\ Chatlcston har slip ship-house G; extension of wharves numberone dollars shall have mouldered into the dust.-Kcc. T. Perhaps the eye of some young men already formation for presentation.' :1

boy South Carolina,(ton thousand dollars; ,twoand thiee, to lor.wardtn'lline; for timber ; assistant, engineers, en leave, six hundred inclined to dissipation may fall upon these has. .

For Fort Surntei,Charleston harboi South Caroli- I Shed I); for raising ) tor repairs dollars c'ld, I L. Cuylcr. _ ty lines-and will they not be induced to stol) The frst Wedding.Major NoAii. who, V

1 ina,twenty'-five thousand: dollars; ot all kinds, Ic\lt.six thousand and twciiiytievcndollars. i Third assistant engineers on duty, six hunditd Saviour.-A painting of our i moment and count the cost of idleness and in spite bf his years is still "a whole teani"in j j'% .
if
Foil :
For of )
i
repairs Jocksuu. S\'annab.1Orcn 'Orsl's and
dollars few of the advantages love matters, thus beautifully philoso- V
; is for rice and calculate, too, a
thousand dollars Count D'Orsay, open gratuitous '
; leave fonr hundred Saviour by :
AT WASHINGTON. Third assistant on the first J
For Fort Carrancss, IVnsacola harbor rlori.lJ.nnd engineers exhibition in London. It is thus noticed of industry and untiring perseverance in phically discourses upon wedding. *' |
barracks thereat, thirfy-fivt>t thou-.atKl dollar*4 For boiler and furnace for small Meant hammer, dollars; ofl'aleyought nev. Iead the sketch, old bachelors if you can, : J'. ,

For repairs of Fort Morgan Mobile 1)ointAl4ba- and boilers for steam engines,numbers(il and three; Src.: .Ind lieu further rnarl ll, That the Stcicfary in an English paper: well-doing The example mouths water :- j S
( liJe lathes, jula. herbi i is, authorized 5') for his such to"t be forgotten.Watcfitoiccr. .- without having your |
ma,lift eon thuUKanddnlUis, ; for building stone whail; or laige of the Nabl. and "Count D'Orsay has chosen inspiration fr by indh'idul and in this Ad. -'- .
Toi icpt.ii of Fort Jackson,Misifsslppi river,fifteen lung acinel.(bafil/, drumloring. _nloiling t and (to modify the cOI.lract entered into by him with E fhe words of our Saviour Heaven and 1 We like short courship 31h

thousand doll alI; drilling tmaU lthes. : lepalrl of. K. C,1D.and hin associates for t the transportation The is a half- \ am actedjHke scnsi.Le : He fell l asleep '
__ river._ all kinds, thousand ( and thirty New York and Liverpool, under earth shall. pass, away. figure a himself *
1 For repairs of Fort t Illiin. Miisissiti forty-four fe of tbt :between( beau- a bachelor, j I dollars. direction of the act approved March length the right arm being uplifted in an Church is something
i thirty thousand ; ollonresl ; Ecls.-Tlere He to have popped the '
d"tar
For repairs of loltl'ikc, Louisiana: ten thousand AT NORFOLK. third, eighteen hundred and fort.tven. as to postpone -. titude prophetic admonition; ( lef at.\\ I iful in the dJrch Lcl: Beautiful and hopeful tied mal.almost appears immediately after meeting' ; I.1''f '

dollars; For slip i) number foriy.eight;cont inuat ions or quay the commencement of the mail-service stipulated partially discoverable. j They talk to high and low, rich and question f
globe,
For rep.ir of Fort Wood, Louisiana ten thousand walls, digging out liruoerdock.gradingpavinggutters to be performed until the first day of June, on a ofdivine voice there is a sound in Md'lle Eve, and she, without any fiiitalion or ,

dollars ; filling low grounds, brick stables, water cisterns eighteen hundred and fifty, without, in other lespectg is a Raphael-like conception : oor, in the same ; and gave him a kiss atid herself. Of this ; 'J j

For fortifications on Florida; reef, Key West, lev..nt.1h'p engine house to unitherv,coal-house, and re impairing the condiiion or obligations of the with an exquisite softness of expression, yet. \ hem; that should scare pride and envy, hJnss kiss in this vVc have had, however; "7 *; .

thousand dollars; pairs of all kinds, one hundred and five thousand said contract. there is a deep solemnity, and au unfathomable meanness of all sorts, from the heart of man ; frt word. sometimes in a i i '

For for fOI(ti ions on Florida reef Garden Key, eight hundred and forty-four dollars. SFC. S. .-11 bt further enacted, That from and meaning in the eyes, which strengthensand that should make him look on the world with our own thoughts wishe'd, the pbctU i V 3

fifty thouanr dollars; AT PENSACO&A! alter the passage of this act, all r.rize money, arising exalts the character of the countenance kind forgiving ; that should make the cal nlobd\ have We \ver mat ,ot : 1 Iwas I
eyes
sea-wall, St. ,five thousand vessels of the did it.' But the dee'd is done-the cs '
For repaii the
AUgrtine from captures made by nay ard least for time, a
t a
For complftiug permanent wharf,smith and machine otherwise feminine in delicacy earth itself seem to him at
dollar; the United States), received by the marshal who almoi Adam's arid he improved ,
ol t i.'I
shod and mould loft, water tank ii the the
timber forced whole germonjm
of officers( ,en- hhop. There is nothing or, YeBthere| isa .
engineer within
For contingent shall make sale of such ,shall, sixty sweetness. bolyplace.
expenses machine,and lighters prizes We like the notion of ;;
paged in an examination of i the coast of the United lime-house,paint-bhopdredging after such sale, depositc the proceeds after is allowable, theatrical, in the attitude or sound of the church bells, if we have only getting nrH .' :
days net very
I brick kitchen t" term taste.V a private t
and boats! lor It Is l In good
the de yard ; ofccr' 1 .
reference to is lie
the Pacific ocean in inganchargllas now provided bylaw into the which is bold understand It. There a garen. I
in the to
ltesm
: and six drawing cats .
,
six first! class the expression
serCOI No
houses, ) '
envious
( Adam's '
of the ,. six thousand dollars.KOBT. tll'cl : United Stales and aU wedding; was private.
fence name Ihe Poor
hundred thousand the treasury ot ; money which is rich that cries, '
,
two coloring belfry
C. \lNTnOp. hiousesand repairs of all kinds now in the hands prize agents thall also be deposited and unaflVcted, or the preacher in every beaux were there ; nd croaking old l' 1. .. l
cents. The
of f the Home scntati\e. thirteen dollars and fifty-five distributed now provided and brilliant, without being too glaring. fighting crcturcs-poor A.
Speaker in the tieasury, to be as weary strugglng. maids no aunts and grumbling r.
G. M. DALLAS, AT MEMPHIS.For by law ; such part thereof may belong to the impression produced on some ofthevUiters has human things take.rClt, bo rju'el.. Forget ; chattering The birds of heaven were ; :\ ; ;

Vice President ol the United State, one wing of storehouse; to complete officers and crews of the vessel of the navy' shall be extraordinary; many of the females actually vanities, your wee day cratt, grandmothers. f :
been
and President of the Senate. building sw.mi.ofcers, blacksmith's shop,and joiner'sfchop )IJail to them( under the direction of the Secretary of fell on their knees in silent devotion, your heart burnings f)1es.! And you ye human the minstrels, and the glad sky flung its light ; l r.;.

ArPROVED, March 3, Ib49 for engine, excavation and embankment, Navy, and the law authorizing the appointment seized with your believe the iron upon the the scene. .
JAMES K. POLK. piling; on river bank wall to enclose yard, guardhouse of prize agents is hereby repealeJ.. and in one instance a lady was vessels gilt and painted, all al One thihpr about the first wedding brings 1 f'
for gilding,
commandant's house, March 3 IS19.The that tells ye that :'
and enclosure to pavements Approved hysterics. _ tongue earth thoughts to us, in spite of scriptural i
all kind,
of queer
IXo. 31: ] AN ACT making appropriations! for the drains and g\teu. and repairs stated your colors ye are the ametam"s truth. and bis wife were rather jodn<* : !. '
hundred has been justly ;\dar I
naval serviCe lor the j..i ending .,. ,, cf one )hundre and thirty-six thousand f'e Garden Sctl.-lt very I with the beggar at your gates.: Qtfne awa3'torrie three old }
,
U br days
June one thounand eight )iui.dredand fifty.lie and. dollars. 1 n !!A-[ ( a that plants seeds own late produce I cries the church hel. andrnto bedaubed to be married-some two oftheot I' f Higians

it "enacted by the Senate and jioue oj tiepretentativei AT SACKETTS HARBOR. .-- -- ----- -- the best seed 'for gar d ens. This i is an i irtipbrtant L humble. l learn that however and according to the sagest speculations l 1: '' ,

of the Untied St at ei of America in Con For stable* and fencing, and repairs of all kinds, annexed heautifullncs are taken from truth, worthy the attention of the gardener -, and; stuck about with jewels, you are l -mere babies-larger! not older-with i *i (
stained
That the ((10\ing gums be, an thousand five hundred dollars I with the laws of without a house, without! apot :
Krest a"tmbtd of in one ; Sir Humphrey Davy's :- envyno and is in strict harmony but clay I Come, Dives, come, and be out experience, "
any money
!
they the treasury are. hereby not other"ilt appropriated appropriatedfor the na. For hospital, viz: quality of the mind or intellect in others, be vegetable physiology. The reason of this is taught grave that all your glory. as you wear It, is or ketle nothing-but love and Eden

nlatr\ for the year ending the thirtieth of June At Boston.-For repairs to road fence, wall, it genius power, wit or fancy, but if I could that the seed sown in warm weather "('ge. not half so beautiful in the oft Heaven, as venerablfc old I' I il.A

one thousand eight hundred and fifty ; white.washinl. and. general repairs one thousandfve choose what would be most delightful, and I tales speedily, the plants) grow rapidly, and the sores ofth, uncomplaining\ Lazarus, and llapfy Old Farmu.-Said rtlatlOh a oh visit t

For pay of commission, warrant the ant petty offi o New York.-For completing pox building 1 believe most useful to me, I should prefer a matures its fruit much sooner after the time creatures, livid and faint-stainec farmer of eighty years, to 1 a
mal
and including engineer corps poor
'eu the navy,seamen two million four bundr and 5it.t0thousnd finishing sewer dead house grading brick barn firm religious belief every other blessing ; sowing, than if il had been eowh early in ) crushed by the pride and hardness of the to hurl : lived on this farm for rriore than a .

five hundred and stable,and general repairs eleven thousand threehundred for it makes life a discipline goodness ; crc. the season. The sooner the fruit is maturedafter World-come, come, cries the bell, with the **I have t tuve wish to be rich f

For pay of nuperintendenti neVal conductors, dollars. ates new hopes when all earthly hopes vanish ; tLe time sowing, the sooner will plants and learn what is half century, no any :
hundred voice of an angel-Come t have the
one worshipped
end all the civil stablUhnieiiU at the several jard At Washington.-For general repairs and throws over the decay, the destruction of by seed of such fruit arrive at per- i take heart and erlhan I now am.
end ft at ions, seventy-three thousand nine hundrt and fly dollars. produced Thisis laid upforye. And learning God of fathers with the same people more ;
of lights, awakens other being equal. cruelties my
end sixty dollars ; At Iorfk.-J'ot general repairs one thousand existence the most gorgeous al all things walk amongst t the wickedness, the than years.During that period I have !
that is of universal forty
For provisions for commission, "'arant. and pdty I; life even in death and corruptionand a law vegetable economy of the world calmly as Daniel walked among absent frorri the

officer and seamen,including engileerund maine! At Penqacola.-For repairs of hospital,buildings and, decay calls up beauty and divinity,; mlUs application. It is by the operation of the Jcrrold. scarcely ever been lost sanctuary rriorft ;. Von
I
building*, fences and have never
officer out lons.-Douglas the Sabbath,
sit am medical with
attached to vessel for lea.aervice. Ilundre quartern in of torture, and bbame the ladder this law enabled to cultivate
hundred and
fifty an strultnt have J ,
.. cighty-tix i thousand two Lundied ; general repair,one thousand seven Paradise and far above all combination valuable natives of the ; friend of burs than one communion season. I never
of ascent to ; eminent success many q
For necessaries, arId appliances for the.ie < d A Shrewd lflyoung confined to a sick bed for a singld
lar. been
suigeon'H marine magazines, viz: Earthly hopes calls up the most delightful Indian potatoes, and some other for admissionto j
and hurt of the navy, including corps tropics. cor was undergoing bfdod have been richly
The blessings
thirty-eight thousand five hundred dollars; At Boston,one hundred and fifty dollars; visions of palms and amaranths, the are indiginous only to the tropical regions. I the bar. Judge S- had pushed his day. made ?j

For repair of vessels ordinary, and for wearan( At New York two hundred dollars; of the blest the security everlasting But by being acclimated tosituations closely. but the candidatewas spread around me, and I have Up my
including fuel foFtcamer At one hundred and fifty dollars; gardens gradually questions pretty that ill wished to be happier,
commission mind
tear of vessels in the Washingon. the sensualist and the sceptic latitude consequently of shorter fault. Finally, the Judge long ago,
fiftX dollars. where of higher at *
and never
million hundred joys a e"
and the of Hemp,one At have eliitin than 1 hare It prcs*
*. purchase to I must more
and dcpair. well adapted that
four hundred and thirty-six thousand dollar; For stone and floating dry docks, viz: ,'ie\only gloom,decay, annihilation, summers, they have become pounced upon him as flows : .Suppose "

For the construction at the national observatory (f For completing the atone dry-dock building at. 'the abort seasons ot a northern clmate- a Boston importer cone to you with a 1 ent.
dollars
a magnetic clock,unJer the superintendence of Dr. New York, foui hundred and ninety ( ,Farmer.SnakeBiles. case like this"-and here thc.Judge went on a.beautiful turrt 4 V

Lwke, ,and to pay him for the(re use by the UOted. ; construction of the floating dry dock to be A Racc.-A hitherto unknown race e Whllmire in to state one of-the most complicated questions I indiiig Place.-It was ask.
all imKuvettenttthat the :
States of bl invention of said flock, and of For SrI and Iodine.-Dr. ( insurance. It that was given by a great lady, being
he ma make thereto, ten thousan) < built at Kittery. two hundred thousand dollar; people has been discovered in the interior and Journal for Jan.\that arise in regard to marine husband when he lay COD. .
bp Med. Surg. where her was
to ed
of the floating dry.dock N. West to
dollar For the construction t are tall and powerfullybuilt the Our friend, intending practice
; of Africa. The men of iodine was a concerned iu
I tincture as a poser. been deeply
the
thousand
For paying thl demand upon the fund built at Philadelphia,two hundred dolan;; 7 English feet in height, uary) recommends was not posted up" on cealed for having S 3
unatsfe standing 7 to | in in the country lhat she had,
man
of the floating reptiles
for continuing t the t coast on Ihe t gulf(f For the construct ion dry-dock destitute of the euro for the bites of venomous Yankee, and he conspiracy, resolutely
survey ho
hundred and fifty thousand black in color, although this But was a before tha
Mexico,from Apalachicola bay to the MIUhi51Pi, built at Pcnsacola, two and Me- and beast, which he says be has used.wiih suc. topic. Soon as hid him. The confession drew her
for
in features. loss an
thousand and to be dollars; usual character of negroes, never was at a ns\ver. told her lhat nothing
lour ncventy dollar, naval I rattlesnakes,copperheads ; Charles II,) who
bites closed
at and King,
in the (
White his
and superintendence ,
the balance of t the fund ,,;appropriated( that purposi For improvements hornet AU sent an expedition up the cess the swelling and painin the Judge had summed up case where her lord was could V
thousandand end to I
by the act of the third of March,eighteen hundrei depot near Nvvv Orleans, the sum Of one &' in search of gold and there found this &c. It puts an He the ofTwSth the Inquiry What would you say 1. but her discovering And will that t
hours. paints
and and which been carried to th seven hundred and fifty dolas. armed from twelve to sixteen I should I save her from the !torture.
forty-one 1.3 1,600 ofhom, friend promptly tel "
MAttlNE new race of people- the whole swelling with threeor Our rrpled.U said"the lady. Yes, replied the
credit of the .urplilitund over look at dor
;
the bitten !
'or the survey of the reef, shoals, keys and For pay of officer non-commusipncd officers,mu. to the teeth came down to the shore of of the four part coats of the tincture twice a day, re. him to"sit down, sir i could do-the my king, ** I give you my word for it." "Then,'* j
*' best
South Florida by the rintendant of the< ,serving on hote.stib.iistenCc where ? Tho name the books. The thing you in heart there
c-n up ? tticians, privates,and servant river \'usclay when swelling ex- the saUUlie, I have hid him my ; ,
roam Florida by the of the for undrawn clothing, people is Bari, and hewing the application thing ought to do, rejoined "
of.South superintendent of oflicers.'and pay kingdom occupied by } at the first application very you alone, you'll find him!
Coast survey1" and for which the Secretary of tht.1 t two hundred and] nine thousand and twelve dollars; its capital Patcnja, Tne raise wheat tobacco tends"which t the 'wounds i te fresh. judge, .you arc admitted, sir. and there
Unifed Slates
!Navy hereby. aUthoiized to provide the requisite Provided, That the President of the manufacture their owu made "'hit
''jnirers. 'e!n eU an'' mv to md -' oat lurI. \'(\"1 ma; substitute amines lcd landsmen tn the l\',b &c., and wcaloU.TUE

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; to 8 0,000, with insurance fur only fire or six net, and hits its members right under the in talent and editorial! _
Mirror-
the fle
GEORGIA AS A STATE. TIlE FLORID1AN) JOURNAL. present term expire Verily, aMIj. Un1
at t thousand. gills, and "no rn'stake. After all,, 'tis quite however does not
but hosboidd not
is bold fellow stop rujr.
man a ,
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--- - is
The Savannah: Republican, speaking of the -'--- -- natural: that Ewing, Collamer, Warren & intimated in the I
: last
number
condition and prospects! of Georgia,"draws A. E. MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON, disclosing only half the secret of the base Birth-day of Mr. Clay.A .* of tht paper Ihat
Co. should bo defended by a fish ,tor .
EDITOR AND FROrRICTOXf. ) some gentlemen is soon to be
the % movement. a ciatpd
following highly flattering picture :- admirers in with
large number of .Mr. Clay's -- -- -
*, Within few tho Stato of Gcor.Ria -- --- : Mr. Ritchie gentleman
a years: past Appointments for Florida. ; 1 from e North
Saturday, April 28, 1849. Quite Likely. New York, celebrated his serenty-second or
: has at bound placed! herself indisputa. North West
one -- The Washington Union, with a mixture of in whom Mr. R. ha
Lily in advance of other Southern State intnan1'acturing -- Tho Washington Union says, We ale birthday, on Ibo 12th inst., in handsome great con.
any 03:: We are indebted to the lIon. It. M.\ of h humor and gravity, chronicles! the appointment fide a cc.
enterpribo and internal itnprovcpients. constrained to say that we fear a portion s 5t'le. Letters from President Taylor, Martin .

., Georgia; is at this moment celebrated YoIMJ, Commissioner of the Land Office, his cabinet council would conceal from Gen. Van Buren, Cor. Fish, and others, were of Messrs. Spqncer and Putnam, the first asub.Indian -Good--out----Evil.-

f in every section of the United States for a copy of bis very able and elaborate report S Agent to the Seminoles, and the c
Taj lor acts proscription they would perpe. read, interspersed with toasts and divers We admire that
lor prodigious:; advancement m t there respects, on the public lands. It is accompaniedwith if be is second as Surveyor General in the place of philosophy '\jch aTnar'
under his and at which
and,her actually commanding: position: is the valuable tabular trate authority, Fpeeches-some of the latter highly eloquent. finds some goodin what seems t t.be the evil
an appendix, containing Col. Butler
common theme of letter writers and travelIcrs. : t true to his pledges, he would revolt. The The fifth tout was, Tho Memory of \\ ash. decapitated. dealings of Nature. That
We have between and filly statements of the disposition of the public with conclusions! that the Among the appointments announced with wa a sensible
forty manu.
proofs are pregnant i ngtonMen blush there was but one. In }
factories with from 100 to 5,000 spindles! in lands, for all purposes, from the commence. Vista is* t that General Barrow is to Lc found the j' Virginian who consoled! himself for the de. / II
brave old soldier of Buena, played
each, in operation in this State. Our yarns inent of the land system up to January 1, I Iwi response to (this sentiment, Daniel Ultman, name of the Hon. Samuel S. Spencer, of t', strtrction of the fruii!, by the fact ttt the cboj .
'h, imposed upon, and deluded by the j Jesuitical Esq., uttered the following admirable and most Florida, to be h lera
and cotton fabrics; find mal kcts in nearly every 1849. lub.agtRljor the SeminoJe Indi. j j was prevailing, and fruto incensed

quarter of the country from New York to f wiles political intriguers; who care for appropriate language.: It commends itself ans in Florida, under the appointment of the j I {tendency to it, and therefore it v*, best the

.' Tennessee, Alabama and Missiuippi. Our Death of CoL Lorimer. him only so far as they can use him and his most forcibly to the attention of not a few of President. Mr. Spencer, we learn, is one of !1! have it destroyed. So the to

mines liavo been partially explored, and we Our community has had the misfortune to popularity and power." Gen. Taylor's eulogists during the late Presidential t the leading and most talented whigs in Florida injury which has
Rail-Road iron, I was a whig Taylor elector last full, and is been inflicted on the crops hereaboits rccer.N
aro producing superior castings lose an excellent and valuable citizen, by the It is noticed, as sigrificant fact, that incascofreinovalsand 1
marble! Jime, at a price so low that it death of Col. JAMES II. T. LORIMEK the campaign : a lawyer of high standing. He was in this l ly will probably lead to a larger jlanling of
on
\ is used in considerable quantities to revive the : appoiitmcnls by I the new It is an American fashion, Sir, to extol the city Bomo weeks since, zealous, applicant I corn than usual, and thereby tho
renore
worn-out land of the Stale, and other articles morning of the 25lb, at 'his residence seven Administration, the orgai Washington virtues Washington.. And it is a good for f the office of surveyor general ofthe public chance3 of

which} we need not ilop to mention. Coming miles from town. lie bad been for some carefully refrains from menioning the former, fashion worthy cf being perpetuated to the l lands in Florida an office worth between two scarcity in that article, before the :

down on a freight train. from Marietta to At. time in low health, and a post morlcm! exam while the latter An latest syllable recorded time." His name and three thousand dollars per annum. The succeeding crop shall he matured. Sh&ukT t

lanta the other day, wo noticed the following ination disclosed that he bad a cancerous tu. i announcing appointmentis and virtues are with us household words. Let same list ()appointments, however, stales that t this be the case, many of our planters amJ ||

articles wit : com in sacks, flour in sacks simply published, leaving the community them so continue. Forever let them be freshly t the surveyor general ship has been given to other will be better off* than at

and! ill barrels, wheat, iron-custings, domestic mor on the heart. Few men among us were to infer that a vacancy lad occurred by) remembered. Forever let our gratitudefor Mr. Benjamin: A. Putnam, defeated some That! there should be n pt"sent.- :

goods and yarns, cotton in bales, lime and ba. more esteemed for sterling virtues and arnia. death or re8i nniion. The cabinet while willing his services, our veneration for bis character years since as a whig candidate for Congress t this scarcity corn a
season: is the
fact
con. A diversity of labor goes hand in hand ble character. As evidence ofthe confidence for their friends to enjoy the benefit, and flow free, warm, spontaneous from our i in Florida, and whig speaker of its late House as l, so that even planters

with this progress. The eternal fields of cot. had: in him, he has been Senator for this' oft dciounced hearts. of Representatives. t hare to enter the market a purchasers//
the rewards ofthe "spoil
ton, no longer appear in the upcountry, ex. County in tho General Assembly since the!, reap But sir, another fashion, by no means so Mr. Putnam *eing chosen, of course Col.! i is a reproach to the agriculture! of cur State.

cept to a limited extent. The cultivation ofthat fill of 1815 and in that evinced : system, would gladly save tie Whig party. laudable, has been growing up in these latter I Spencer was n-jecled ; but, to soothe his disappointment We take it that the first duty to themselves

staple in the Northern counties will comparatively ; position from the odium which should tttach to their days. Political partisans, in the heat of elections the Colonel is made at the same those

cease in a few years, and be lrans.l great zeal and industry in the discharge of hypocrisy.) How much more uanful! it wouldbe eagerto display their zeal, greedy &r time a sub.Indian agent for the Seminoles in o who cultivate the soil, is to proridu

erred more and more to the fertile bottoms of. his duties. A large circle! of friends will office, supple Florida. We learn that he is expected to at home whatever they can that is n :
boldly to announce the principles go ccsnj
South.n cstern Georgia. The hill sides in deeply lament his death, and the State will upon to crook the pregnant hinges of the knee down to the Everglades and live with Sam for home consumption. What profit I
tho Cherokee aCId middle which they act, and fearlessly assuming res. Where thrilt may follow fawning" J farmer make vrhen hu
Georgia and has
region are ones Billy Bow-legs, for about 8750 a to use the surplus*
have to the loss of one of its best citi.
now sMHling with green crops of wheat and regret ponsibility, daringly hazard the consequences ? barren of term* ofsycophancy, must needs desecrate y earand no rations. Truly this is a very adroit of his cotton in buying corn, meat, &c. which

other small: grain. There aro flouring mills, zens. The game attempted to be played is: doubtless the august and immortal namo of the and sagacious movement, probably under the ho is obliged to have T Then add the trouble

as the Etowab, the Lebanon, Columbus, thosein Frost and Crops. a double one-to give active (partisans the reward Father of his Country, and proclaim each fa. advice of the whig membeis of Congress from ,

Claikc and elsewhere, where to! wheat is Notwithstanding the grievous and well founded of their services at the time that vorlte of the passing day to be second Washington t that State, in this city, whose wishes in relation i inconvenience and loss of time from the grow

purchased at a l liberal price and converted into complaints dour planters on account of I same L to all the appointments there doubtless ing i crop, in getting in a sufficient supply, and

flour, which has some time since found its that well the great body of the American people who oir, this practice: is American, unpatriot. control. To make room for Mr. Putnam, I i instead of profit he is actually: sinking capita!
the late frostf, we apprehend : they are
"uay to Atlantic markets, while some has been abhor political proscription, are quieted in I ic. It is trifling with our birth-right, and : (Gen. Taylor proscribed the worthy and pat. In this way a country, its whole energies .
exported from this port to Brazil and ether off! as compared with their fellow laborers in their delusion' (hat Gen. Taylor is the Presi. should! meet the indignant rebuke ofthe American : riotic veteran, Col. Robert Butler,distinguished devoting
countries. The article of Northern flour is other States. Cotton in Florida has doubtless ic to one product, when it is easy to make
Can have
dent of the Nation and of people. we not one name so first under Gen. Harrison in the Northwest,
now almost banished from this market, and it been much injured, but the complete blight not a party. Gen. high, so bright, so glorious, that it shall never J ns his adjutant, general, and next as Gen. what others it needs, must certainly fall short

has required scarcely a year to accomplish the which has been suffered in Carolina Geor. : Taylor, before his election, was a free soil I 1 be dragged down into the slough of political Jackson's adjutant general at the battle of of any thing like high prosperity ; unless, in.

change. One year the Central.Rail.Road man in the North, and a slavery man at the conflict 1 There has been no second Wash- New Orleans, and through all of }his Indian deed, there should be some peculiar circum.

conveyed into tho interior 0,000 barrels Nor- gia, Alabama :and Mississippi, of which their South. On the same principle, for the imX[ >r. iogton. Six thousand years hal 1 nearly elap. i wars, and who was one of the commissioners stances to this

them flour. The year following it brought papers advise us, the Floridians have esca: trust purpose of rewarding whig politicians! hc sed before one appeared upon earth ; it is not t that received Florida from Spain, ind has lived jutif the course.

down 0,000 barrels of Georgia flour, the up. ped. The plant in those States is represent. Is the at all probable that Providence will soon bless I there ever since Who in the South and If killing frost shoud! occa.
them offices held their '
ward current being completely turned ; andit ed as killed dead," while want of seed for I to :give; by opponents mankind with another. It is our exalted Southwest does not know of the services of: s greater providence for their own wants

now carries up& noue, unless it be the Geor. while for the not less important purpose privilege" as Americans, to be the trustees of
cia article which travels back again, (for consumption replanting is every where bitterly lamented. j i retaining: the confidence of the great t his fame. It becomes us to discharge the saj j gallant General William O. Butler. Because will be nothing.

at various points i in the lower section Our weather, however, is still very unfavorabc numbers who supported him for his indepenilcncc cred trust, not indeed with the blind admira. ho was a relative of democrat candidate : i

of the State., and all vegetation is greatly suffering for I of party, it must be made to appear that (lion of an insane idolatry, but with the expressive for the Vice Presidency, is he to be I Secretary Ewing, says the Baltimore Ar. | !
These manufactories! and rail.roads have want of rain. tt and enlightened reverence of a free those only are dismissed who by .misconduct has occupied himself in his '
home markets.
created They have at the people. Pennsylvania know Ihtl in the revolutionary gus providing relatives

same lime diversified agrcuitural: and all Cons of Temperance. have forfeited their offices. We may add, that if every Taylor or Scott, war the soil oi his State was moistened l with fat offices, since his own appoint

ether pursuits. They give employment to the Palmetto Division, No. 13: S. of T.! has Now, as has been already intimated, though who fights has and wi1h the blood 1 of the ancestors and relatives! of meat in the cabinet. Hi brother.in.law, fa.
or fought successfully,
f farmer, carpenter! the mason, the tanner, the been organized with thirteen members, in we care not a fig, how soon, and how many Robert Butler, who fell in what was then the' t thcrinla'Aand son have all been tho recipi-
miner, and in short to" almost! all who follow borne himself discreetly, be a Washington ,vhig cause ? Did Mr.I Ewing, of Ohio, know
Madison and commenced its existence with Democrats hoisted eats of his favors. All "He that
I arc out of their places, right :
the various and devious ways of human indus. Jetwe then the inevitable inference is i that it is no i that the sell of his State was made red wilh pro.
The of the last flattering prospects. Success to it. shall have something to against their I videth not for his own household, has denied
try. act Legislature relativeto say extraordinary matter to be Washing.: : I t the heart's blood another rel.itive Robert

manufacturing associations! is on a level with The following! ; gentlemen constitute the removals for (the purpose of carrying out o/i ton-and that our admiration ofthe Father of'I I Butler, who fell at the head of his regiment t the faith, (ichigfailh,) and is worse than annfidel.

the most enlightened specimens oflegislation Officers : proscription principles. Let t the Administra- his Country is little less than blind idolatry, of F defending hu fellow-citizens and their families i ." II Tom, the "sallboiler," should

of this ceuctr)'. And yet in surveying the Mr.\ I 1). S. G UAH AM, W. P.Mr. lion avow the doctrine upon which it is acting I against the sl\"age51: No I no Nor could I keep on in this ratio, the whole Ewing family
present order of things we ought not to forget which the sooner our minds arc divested, the' Gen. have known of
how recently it has been ebtabli bcd. The: I). G. LIVIXGSTO.V. A. that to the victors belong he spoils," and go betler. have l forgotten Taylor :who Col. Butler this.was lie; he must was will be rolling in spoils and licking Govern. .

act just alluded to was not passed until a considerable Mr. C. L. CAUHUTII, R. S. ahead : the people will understand them, and In response to a Free Soil toast: Joseph L. deceived, imposed upon, duped. The proscription ment candy" before od!< Zac's four years ex.

amount ofcapital waiting for invest Dr. J. II. POPE, A. R. S. come to their own conclusions. But since the White spoke. lIe commented on the action I of Col.: Butler is fit to be placed a. pire.

merit in manufactures, was! drhen away to: Judge A. McDoxALU\ 1'. S. whigs claim credit for *. proscribing proscription" of the Convention and the longsidc ofthat of the aged Drum, whose son, i. --
another State. Only a few ears have elapsed Philadelphia assassinatioa" (the I Drum of the Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun.
) 11 gallant Capt. artillery, fell I
: Hc,". R. II. HOWREX. while they are most zealously practising .
incc the Court was created for the Correction of Mr. Clay. Gave: his reasons in battle at the very gates ofMexicoand J who I WASHINGTON, April 13.

of Errors, which has showered so many blessings Mr. G. \l.) T. Buixao.v, C. I it, we hope they will excuse us for denouncing for supporting Van Buren rather than Ta'lor.The it is said, has been turned out of a petty: office; I The decree t.1 at length gone forth from

:; upon this State. The cause of Educa. !Mr. \V. L. FLETCHEJI: A. C. their hypocrisy.Caucus following notice of tho Buffalo Convene to make way for a man whose only claim i is I the Cabinet, t for the early commencement of :.

lion still receives but a tardy and inadequate .Mr. A. H. MATHEWS, I. S.Mr. Nomination- ---- -of---Judge------cf -Probate In lion, (which Mr. W. was a member,) tendsto that he is a reckless and violent whig parti- I a very general system removals. It will

support. It is a cause which claims attention ;\ G. S. Towxgnxu, 0. S. Duval !I san. No right-minded man of any parly but be enforced as to Postmasters, Collectors, District I
County. show the character of I I'I :
loudly at tho hands of our law-givers. i Whigish that body,, j'
I will shame
shame of th : nrH ) !
--- ---- -- I cry on hearing m. Attorneys, at a early
Tho moral and physical!, influence of our The Succession. That the Whig leaders of Florida in denouncing and of its nominee, in the estimation of this 'I These Sub.Indiangencies to be I day. When once the Iarshl" : Rdministmtion very i
C.I'I' seem a
Rail-Roads in bringing; about this new orderof The New? York Mirror, evidently much pro Conventions with such intense fury oquent Whig : !! get their hands in, they proceed with alacrity

things} is not sufficiently appreciated. The voiced at the state of things in Washington:; a short time since, were guilty of hypocrisy, I II When I went to B-iffalo I had no doubt that I!i,i lucky expedient on the part of the Adminisfra- j i and facility in the great work of reform.

Up-Country is now no longer a sealed book, warns its whig brethren, in an article with the I knowingly, for the purpose achieving a political Mr. Van Buren would! be tho candidate fixed j I I I lion to provide fur those disappointed in their i Many intelligent! and respectable Whig?

like but a scene which passes before The the traveller significant title-"Laying! Pipes for the succession"ofcerfain I triumph, we have, never for an instant upon. I did not go as a delegate, but rather I expectation something better. The Union I .: here express freely their !stirprUo at the remo.

a moving panorama. travel on the doubted. But that the fact would stand as a spectator, and for two days refused to enter however pretty plainly charges that this office !i val of)Ir. John! Wolfe from the War Depart
State: Road Las probably quadrupled since i it I secret movements of whig unblushingly
He i is
the tent where the business was bein ment. an amiable! was
;:: i is unknown in the Statute book. It < person never
was opened to Dalton. It will increase vastly politicians, having in view their own elevation .' confessed by their ozr/i acts, so soon I, transacted. Hut subsequently I was induced I uses the i a political partisan, and was much esteemd

] more when our communications penetrate in '52. It says : we could never have believed. It has always to take part and was appointed upon (Lu Committee following language : society here. HP is a son of the late Gov

to the Interior Tennessee. The famine in Before the new President is comfortably been held, theoretically at least, and by amore to draft resolutions. Th-i matter was I Now, in answer to the demand for specifications I ernor Wolf of Pennsylvania.

Ireland gave to the Road extraordinary receipts than I again left to a Sub-Committee, of which Mr. (offices filled without law,) we de. j this removal, it rrig1it be *
from of warm in the White House, there arc already firmly our Whig friends, that a distinction supposed -
and bread
freights provisions I Butler and Mr.\ Chase, now Ohio Senator, 'I mand ofthe Secretary of the Interior to be in. ;, : that little discrimination will bo frereaf-
unmilStak able
indications in certain is be
Huffs in October, 1817. In October, 1848, quarters, to made between political and : formed ofthe act ofCongrss under which Mr., exercised in
were members. I had prepared resolutions ; j i ij ter removal I knowofnoorwf
the freights were greatly increased, near of pipe laying fur the Presidency in 32.i'hcre .- judicial offices : that while the former are i j Spencer, Florida, was made sub-agent who be considered
decidedly embodying a Protective Tariff! o I can as safo afier this re-.
are men in this city and elsewhere who i *
$tOOO without any extraordinary demand) proper subjects for contests the latter ternal t the Seminole Indians in Florida, and under j moval. But j'
and it has been estimated that when the Nash I are struggling! to control the Executive, and party II Improvements and payment of the In.1 \ I i so deep is the impression that
his
to dispense the of the should not be the reward partisan servicesnor tional Debt! all sound Whijr: doctrines-I which salary allowed him was fixed.- F injustice was done to Mr. Wolf, and violencor
patronage .
villo and
Chattanooga Ra.iI.Road is completed Governmcnt'l doctrines The other We ask that the act and the section be specie! I to the piinciples! Gea. !
Henry
Clay. professed
secured by irs
with their memo I Taylor,
(be Georgia Road will require four times a single..ejc to own I by political combinations and' I fied and
I hers of the Committee were for Free Soil, quoted, through either ofthe organs I j j I this removal, that it is already currently reported -
and seem to care for Yet I
Us locomotive glory They nothing management. these immaculate friends
present power-a condition the Administration and admitted with it a small measure of Inter. in this city* We are bold to say it is an un. j j j that Mr. U'olfi) to Lave! better office.or .
which will probably involve the construction except as a means of promoting oftho people, who in their sublime horror of' (| Improvement. I offered resolutions I blushing usurpation of power, without shadowof at least another office. It is n even said that
I
their my
l- another track, unless tho Tennessee busi. own political ends. In the distribution "dictation filled ,, legal right, and exercised for political t! Mr. Crawford who ;
of office all were with such intense ha to them ; they refused to report those resolu- purposes removed hm, has recommended .
-. ness be done chiefly in the summer. Our the score of fitness they service disregard and claims for on tred of a Convention which should crr U tions. Subsequently" in Committee of the ; and to smother the clamors of a disappointed t him to the special care of Audiror:
,
great State woik, has already paid back to friendship I candidate f for another office. We, The
General These down tho throats" of Whole, I rose and moved them again. They ) j Clayton. person appointed to they libraFj .
the State the cott of its construction in the Taylor. demagogues must independent voters a should not be surprised, after this example, i j jr' of the War
and
first he satisfied thatthc for office will were opposed, the question was argued I I )I ry Department, in the place of
shape of a multitude of benefits, beyond the applicant candidate for Congress, are now holding their Gen. Smith Mr. Riddle Mr.
Sims
the
swear eternal to them before and carried in favor of Whig doctrines. Of' or 1 I'j 1 3Ir.olfij Mr. Lanman, who hts,1 believe,
allegiance
- power calculation, and it is not a daring they caucuses for the nomination of JUDGES, and course those doctrines were expressed in a sixteen ofthe ee.tnleen candidates for the known as connected with
will lift
in his behalf
a finger and tho
to make that in less than ; mo. th
prophesy twenty.flveyears rnent the candidate submits to be chained to threatening in no ambiguous language, thro' manner to enable them to be swallowed as I collectorship Philadelphia, who'' Mr. Meredith Whig press.It .

it will pay all tho debt of the Slate- the chariot wheels of some Presidential aspirant one of their organs, those members of their easily as possible by gentlemen who had pre. has decided shall not have the office if he has been determined, it is said, to remove
principal and interest, and relieve her citizens battled : can help it, Young, Mr Brady, Mr. P. G. his
viously against them ; but they were orfGovernor < Washington, bu successor it
he is the Cabinet
pressed upon and thoExecuth'e party, who withstand and the so called
from all oppose and the !
taxation. The fair and
imparfialI the there, and they were adopted unanimously or more doomed to be, not designated. Mr. :M. St. Clair Claik i isa
I.. management of such a work, should: not be as the Administration.And only man worthy. of consideration dictation. The Jacksonvilo! Republicancomes The Buffalo Platform was thus made a sound I disappointed a to the of New prominent candidate. Ce!. George C.

confided to the control of any one man. At by out with something more than a column and unexceptionable Whig platform. York, and the Inousands of others, should, I Washington, and Mr. Gallagher of Virginia

least two Comrnitsloncrs-one from tho Nor. it adds, no mailer what may be the political commendations of the Convention which I then said to myself as I don't go for men each and all of them, to keep down insurrec are spoken of as candidate t for the place.-

them and the Southern section of the Sta.te- history or private character of the but for tion and revolt in the whig ranks, be given Mr. EHsha
applicant has just nominated Mr. DeCotte as the Whig, principle, what ought I to do ? If Mr. an Whlttlesey formerly filled it, and
or perhaps three-analagous to the New be he a beer barrel, or a brandy Van Buren plants himself this platform, Indian sub-agency. There are the Sagahanno I resigned because Mr. Tyler interfered with
York Canal! Commissioners,should be appoint Candidate for that County. It says, Future thrre will ks, Woggohaches, Rootapoggces, and his clerks allow
bottle reverend vice be three alternatives to choose between refusing to him to select his
I S ed to its guardianship. That such a law is in a a grey ini'luity'solong events may prove that notwithstanding their : Cass, with Loco Focoism ; Van Bu ers, hundreds of tvild Indians in Texas, oth'l own assistants. Though Mr.! Whittlesey i is

an eminent degree necessary, we shall undertake as he can be used as the pliant tool of the efforts, [those opposed to the Convention] I to ren, an old Loco.Foco, indeed, but pledged to Mexico, California, and between the States not a candidate for the office, and is in favor

1: to prove hereafter." demagogue who backs him,' he will be push embarrass party action, a large majority of no principles, whatever. I concluded to take and those countries, all of whom 8hcuI have of retaining Mr. Washington, yet it is thought

p ed into place, and elevated to power, to the the Whig principles administered by a Loco-Fo: a whig sub-agent or two. when that in case of Mr. W.'s removal the office
New ..1eZ'Gen. Lane. in a letter from Whig voters of the county did desire a
candidate id
exclusion and of all honest co rather than Loco.Foco principles a disapposnled: as to a foreign bo tendered to Mr. I do
or noneat
: disgust men. wi Whittlesey.
SanU Fe the
to Indiana Sentinel of
speaks nomination for the office of of
party
mission his
the follows This is the talk of II Judge all. Was this a mistake 1 If any man mouth is to be stopped with a sub know that he would accept as it might
an original"
country as : Taylor "
For the is Hn Probates ; and did fully approve of the public call it so, I will in turn defy him to take the agency of Indians. involve the necessity of his resignation of his
the
grazing who I been
country and knows
finest in the world purposes, or at least that I have cv I man to Washington, call for a convention. In that case those who Buffjlo! Platform and point nut a single; wordin In regard to Col. Spencer we are heartily position as I'resident of the Washington Monument .

er seen. Any number of cattle, sheep and what is going on thero..0 had thought that opposed it illegitimately, may hare to bear a it that is not tboroughl'hig.. I concludi glad that he has obtained an office-we only! .I Asssociation.
". be reared and less nothing was,to be permitted under the now r 'd to go for Van Buren also because I wan. .1 By the way, the establishment of the office
goats can at expense than responsibility which may cause them to wish the outfit-and
regret salary were larger, than
ted to beat Gen. Taylor, because II{dislikedhis of Auditor of the General Post Oifice, has been
which honest men" could
; of
section
in any our country. Corn, wheat dynasty, possiblybe line .
.
tepidness of their parly feelings on the that which the will I the
of
present original supporters, and because I preferred government probably) attach means saving the Post Office establish
fruits and
- oats, vegtables generally, can be disgusted at. We had heard that the days I
abundance occasion. It remains to be seen whether to see the Whig party out of power with to the office of Minister'Plenipotentiary ment from utter ruin. '
in it ;
grown great being only necessary -
to ditch in as many acres as may be of political strife, aspiring intrigue. of party the offenders will endeavor to lighten their principles, to seeing it in power without prin to the Court of Billy Bow Legs.r'e hope It has also been determined to remove the

I and individual maneuvering, were to be end. ciples. [Applause.] present bead ofthe Patent office, Mr. Burke
proper and convenient. Break up the ground, punishment, to which they have exposed that fashionable parties, and splendid entertainments ,
and and harvest is ed by the moral influence of the rough and not for ilco petenc}, but because he was and
plant or sow, a plentiful themselves in opposing the Convention, by Mr. White added that the organization: c tiTaylor's usually expected from the .
certain to bo realized. Within sixty( miles of ready" reformer. But alas this whig witness Representatives ha been a determined and zealous political
Cabinet had
into the removed his
of its distrust
coming support nominee.- of) of powerful governments. will not: opponent of the present administration.
this I with Frenchman who .
place met
me, with half: a bushel of fino Irish! presented potatoes points us to a different story ; and not. Without taking part in the election of Judgeof ; the now President, and that he is prepared t to be required to be given by the amiable Colo

- large and well flavored. This withstanding the largo promises that were: Probates, either in Duval or any where support his administration. His concluding g nel. Legislative Divorces Null and Void.-In

his {first crop. made, the people have yet to mourn that the: else be sentence elicited thunders -- the Frankfort (Ky.) Commonwealth, of the'
vas experiment, and it has proved entirely we may permitted to say, that for the of applause. We --- '.*..
t .t' successful ; the yield has: been abun hour disinterested honesty is not come. sake of common honesty we rejoice that there give it, Our friend and favorite oftho Whig Organs at Washington. 27th oftho ult. we find a full and accurate report of '

- .1 l dant. Wheat succeeds here better than in The Mirror continues : are somo Whigs who have remains f In addition to the National Intelligencer and one most important decisions ever made
States. not forgotten t the party yet to us. May Heaven still by the Kentucky Court Appeals. It declares .
the
:__ j. r- The truo friends General Taylor will: ro. principles which they EO lately professed.- preserve green and vigorous, the laurel that the Rational Whig, each of which it seems divorces granted by act of the Legisla.:

Cure for tile ,Cliolcra.-Dr. John W. pudiate with loathing this base movement in The Whig leaders, too, may find, that the adorns his venerable head And in 1852, if claims to speak officially for the new Administration ture to be unconstitutional and void, so tar a

Moore elates in a MoUle paper that he cured and its earliest costly contest inception., we have After at a last long,succeeded and hard, doctrines which awhile since they proclaimedmerely that head: be above the earth, I, for one, shall : third paper, the Republic, will the rights of property are concerned ; and
one hundred or more extreme of the I that a wife so divorced, without her consent,
cases for effect have been know but Ashland commence its existence in a few weeks at the
political no and
in honest locality
raising an man to and tec honestly no name
power;
the h the husband entitled
cholera, not losing one, by use of tobacco. upon death ofthe ton
- mean to keep him there. These aspiring Glos- imbibed by members of the but HKXRY CLAY !I" seat of Government. We are told that the:
.. lIe administered it in the form of an enema of many parly,1, : dower in his lands .and slaves, and to a distributable
r- \ the strength of one drachm to a pint. lieS ters, who would push him from his seat at the whose consciences will not allow tbm to lay ---- ----- Republic will bo the organ. Associated in I its( portion of his personal estate, as
end of four have desire The Cabinet and Ca fiJh.
first tried it upon a negro whoso 'pulse was years, no to strength them aside:merely at Editorial bidding. management aro several gentlemen of talent t fully a if no such act divorce had been

L 4 gone ; his tongue was cold, and his muscles en his Administration. They are seeking onlyto The Sentinel, in paying its respects to our the best known of whom is A. C. Bullitt, long: passed. The louisville Courier says :

so rigid that he rested only on his head and strcngtlica themselves. They would murder FIRE.-On tho 18th instant, the city of correspondent, St. Johns," sets the Niagara distinguished of the As to tho effect of such a divorce upon the
Duncan in his in their as one editors of the New
t bcelf. In five minutes he was relieved, and sleep, bloody strugglefor Macon, Ga., suffered 1 a serious calamity from Falls to roaring at the cat.fish in the Missiseippi Orleans relations of the parties, aside from the rights

tho euro perfected by drinking _a'docoction the crown. As an independent journalist, fire. Several wooden buildings, and a few nnd admits by inference that all the Picayune.On r of property, nothing is decided. That question .
shall maintain
1- senna. In his own case Dr. Moore took in. we a sentinel's position upon the other side reports hare been extensivcly did not arisein, the case, and the opinion
brick
j tho watch-tower, and ring the alarm bell aten.ry tenements, were destroyed. About 500 'great questions of interest to the
people, are
to his stomach a spoonful of(he tobacco decoc. circulated that the veteran Ritchie does, by no means, go the length (as some
i relief from and diar. secret movement of the royal assassins. bales of cotton, with the sheds in which they of no more importance to Taylor's Cabinet wa .
__ lion, with perfect cramp ." about leaving the Union, to bo succeeded, I have supposed) declaring subsequent marriages
: rhcra. lie has no doubt that cholera may be were stored, were also destroyed large than the said roaring" to those piscatory has been said Mr. Burke a of persons so divorced to be illegal and
by
the fcrcrs of Who aro these men, the royal assassins," of the cotton to ofthe Patent Of.fice : void.
4 as: easily miiiaged as our coun portion belonging planters.The .- gentry. This is a bow-shot beyond anything and .

7_ '1 try.t that wish to shove Od! Taylor :aside after his whole loss: is cttimated: at from $15,000 said by cur correspondent against the Cabi. This, would Mr.be Forney a combination, of the Pennsylyanian.rarely 'equalled Green hTh Circuit case is Court.Gains"vs Gains-appaal from



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from the.Vttc O'lenns Crc :ent. 11ALLECK AND HOFFMAN. From flit Charttiton .Me,cura. The Law.-By the will ofthe late Thomas War Department, March 26, 1849. practicability$ of producing it be clearly proved* _

FROM SANTA F2.We D. Grover his wife and then toe nearest and !best other evidetce which 4
CUBA. The of yesterday announce that was provided with an income RULES ur KCLATIO.V TO CLAIMS rnoviocoroa IT A*
papera thecar U susceptible must be furnished ia lied
of 81,200 a and mansion house ACT CortGREM, APPROVtB 3D MARCH, |S4lf?,
year a OF
The recent letter cf Mr. KejrnolJs, ridicu- Fitz Greene Hallcck has become an inmate have been obligingly favored with thefollowing thereof. -' _
free of NTITI.LD" AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE ?AtME.NT -
and and tatlling of an bathe asylum, where, only a few days extract ofa letter rent. She waived the devise under Every claim cunt be acrctapanled! by the deposition
lout as it wa in stvle, thoughtleks giving some interesting the will Or.HOBStS AMP OTHER PROPERTY li)*T ORDLkTROrXD
and takes, under the law which of the claimant, "declaring (bat he )hai tot received
has bf fore his and friend by
it was in ofits> statements, was placed cotcmporary details of the disasters Which held IX THE M1LITAKT SERVICE Or ThE
as
many she from officer or agent of the United Slates
_
acquires an interest in one-half the real ** any
the and the Charles Ken no Hoffman, who is a raving the of Col. Fremont. UNITED STATE
now
directed! the attention r.f presa party Happily the re- estate any horse or horses, equipage. accoutrements> mule, (
tounlry to n very important matter-tho acquiiition manhc. Halleclc is a man of about fifiy-two suit has not been as bad as was anticipated. and by the act of Assembly of Ajril, ALL CLAIMS under the provisions of this act wagon, cart, boat, sleigh, or harness, (** the case _
1943, one.half the personal estate. This t be presented at the office of I he Third Auditor may E>.) in lien of the lost !
United Stateg.It of -Huffman some eleven personal property nor any comsnsation -
of Cuba by the years age years "SANTA FE, Jan. 31, j41. estate was large, an& she pains some of the Treasury Department, and each cu.'t be [' for the sitne," r.il be supported.if practitable -

is only necessary to look at the map in younger. Both are well-known poets ; but A few day* Birrtre. I tvas visited by Major 830,003( by the operation. A wife now cannot ,substantiated by such evidence as is.hereinafter designated by The original valuation tis.} if made by

order to perceive the vast importance of Cuba Halleck has been more successful, graphic, Ben Brail ofihe with respect to cases of the clan under the appraisers of the property at the time the same j
Dragoons, commanding Taos be ,culout of an inUrcst in the personal which it ftlU.
was taken into the United States S
the United Slates. Lying between the and original than Hoffman. Huffman'* prose service-, sod 'in case -
to works popular though his Grays- an Indian settlement about sixty miles estate,of jer deceased husband, as formerly. FIRST CLASS OF CASES. *where t he loss is alleged to have occurred!becaiM- J
and Yucatan are ,
peninsulas Florida blocking very north of this (the Major waionce well known TbatYlaw and this is the Ihs United State failrt! to
lar" is novel ability. His Win. first application of By the first section,cf the law it i is enacted : stippjy transportation for ,
tip completely the entrance from the Atlantic a unequal" to the corps of Charleston Cavalry ;) he it in this State.: -*llarrisburg Union. That any field, or staff, or clf.eT officer, mounted the perse, an'd he(.bCT wa coin felled by the order i

V Ocean into the Gulf of Mexico, this island maybe ter in the West, and his b Wild Scenes in brought the intelligence since corroborated, militiaman, volunteer ranged, or cavalry, engaged in of his commanding officer to embarlt and leave him, .

made to control all the foreign commerce the Forest and Hraitre," passed through many ofthe most disastrous result of Col. Fremont's Care for the Thus or Colic.-A friend has the military service of the United States since the as provided (tor in,the first ectionbT I he law ; the .E

that leaves or enters the mouths ofthe Mississinpi edition?, and are still much read and admired.Mr. furnished us with the following! receipe for the Isth of June, IS12, ct who shall hereafter be rA said ffi'davit cf the claimant must. in addition to the

GriswoW himself authority recent expedition. It seems that Fremont, certain cure he of Bolts Colic in service,and has sustained shall! sustain damage, declaration above tnentiom8, declare M that he did p.
well of the Texas, AUbarnfc rro mean says, or
as as ports obedience
the
with iho spirit ot enterprise that has so without any fault or negligence on.bi.. part while in in fo order of his officer, leave said t
and Florida, scattered along' the Gulf. Hut says "no American is compnrable to highly distinguished him, started from the Horses, viz( : said service,by the loss ofa hots inbaltle by the horse and equipage, and that be never ioid or clheiwi -
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in addition to tho! commanding position ofCu. : Hoffman as a TOng-writer." His own lines, States with of thirlyseren Tho ono.fourth pound cf Tobacco, boll it lost of a horse wounded in battle, and which has .c disposed of the said horse or equipage,and never e, _

ba which be seen by a glance it the written upon Byron, apply with mournful appositeiress a private expedition some in a halfgallon of water down to a quart, strain died, or shall! die of said wound,or being .o vroonded received any compensation for said horse or
who influenced the "
mny direful which has men, v/ere by it, then put a piece ofunslacked lime of the shall be abandoned by order ol his- officer and lost,or eqaipage from any person whatever '1
the island his one ofthe finest harbors to the calamity love of adventure All evidence other than the certificates of officers'who
tnap science tE
same or novelty, size ofa shall sustain damage by the Ion of any horse tfy death Z
With stout? hearts and rcicntitic befallen him hen-egg, and *svtable spoonfuls of at the time of iinthem in i
in the world. for the purpose crossing to California, by or abandonment because of the unavoidable dangers were the military .
heads guard it, the part of Havana would be And he did watch life's lamp go cut- of tho South West Pass of this soot in it, and drench the horse, and keep it of the sea when on board a United Scale transport service f the United, States, must be sworn before

hermetically sealed to an enemy's vessel._ Its friendship* one bj erie way great from anything to eat or drink for 6 or 8 hours. vessel, or because the United States failed to supply some judge, justice of the peace, or other pet- t
chain of Fort
mountains. Bent'
Decay ; and leave his soul without Reaching -Sup. to the SinUhcrn Recorder transportation for the horse,and the owner wa*compelled son duly authorized lo administer oaths, and of e4which
Atone lime ""he English had possession of this A light beneath the sun." (a large trading house on the Arkansas) by the order of his commanding officer, to authority proof should accompany the evi: f

place, and it is fiu ular that they should have Halleck the inmate ofa madhouse, is sometime in November, he nude that his fi. The Governorship Minesota Territory embark and leave him, or in consequence of the U- dence. GEO. CRAWFORD.
now
ever Joosorfd their valuable recently conferred Mr. of Har.risburg nited States failing to supply sufficient ft-rage, because Secretary of War. 4
grip on so a the author of that inmortal poem, Marco nal point departure, and struck out for the upon Ramsey, the rider was dismounted and or APPROVED, March 2l, iS3J. .
rize. Itas during the seven years' war Pass. Several about here Pa., is worth S1500 with an separated from
experienced men year Z. TAYLOR.
Bozzaris, a production which combines all his horse, and ordered to do duty on foot at a station ':
that they took Iav&ualrom the Spaniards; and the highest elements of poetry. Red Jack who have passed their lives on these plains, extra ?1000 as Superintendent'of Indian Af- detached from his horse, or when the officer iu the

fever since tte English their hold Y.ouIdbe fairs. The Secretary and each ofthe Judges immediate command ordered TREASUTT DEPARTME. > ::i t
gave up et" and Burns" two of the best pieces.Mr. had heard of his intention, and told me it \ or shall order the '
ton this* magnificent harbor, their power in are WHallecK that impracticable at that late season, (Kit gets a salary of 1800 per annum. The horse turned out to graze ia the woods, prairies, or Third Auditor Office, March 31, 1S4.:$ .

America has been on the decline. Soon after Bryant, the poet, says Carson FremonOs old the Governor and Secretary hold for four commcns, because the United Stales failed, or shall Each claimant! can have the sum which maybeaf-- :
) guide num. years.
sometimes in the midst ofa strain of harmonious among fail lowed hU
to
supply sufficient forage,and the loss was or on claim remitted to him direct, on hiS
they lost Havana the United States sepa. diction, and soft and tender imagery, ber. Some ten days ago> Fremont, with but The new territory is bounded on the north by shall be consequent thereof, or for the loss of necessary signifying a wish lo that efl'ectand naming, the 7'

fated fiom the mother country > and thus one he by irresistible! stroke of ridicule on* man, nade his way into the settlements, the British :"possessions, east by the State of equipage inconsequence of tie loss of his hot** place ot hii r "$kJence; but if the mohey'is to be remitted .

great reason (or getting Cuba was taken surprises an near Taos, having left his party some one Wi-cousin and the Mississippi river, south by an aforesaid, shall be allowed and paid the value or paid lo any other perron, power of attorney t

away from the British. Cut although in their as if he took! pleasure in showing readers hundred and miles back Iowa, and west by the Missouri and White thereof, not to ex-eed two hundred dollars : provided to him from the cUimantduly executed and authenticated
that the poetical vision ho had raised was but eighty utterly una- that if any payment !lias been or shall! Le made slond! be forwarded with the claim. .
t Earth
folly and juJiciul blindness, the English Government a cheat. Sometimes, with that serial facilty able to travel through weakness and exhaustion river. lo any one aforesaid for the use and risk or for forage To facilitate the requisite searchesand avoid delay

tiiiewuway the piiceless possession which is his peculiar endowment, he accumulates ( produced by starvation and cold : and he The oldest Senator in Congress is Mr. after the death,loss,or abandonment of his horse, in the adjustment of I Ibe claims,each claimant sfceulcl .
that the fate of war had giicn into its hands,, had walked all that distance, subsisting on a Wm. said payment shall deducted from the valtte there name on his papers the paymaster or other disbursing ;
it has for tfeo last been full of: graceful and agreeable images in a strain R. King, Alabama. The Senator of, unless he satisfied or shall satisfy the paymaster ; officer! by whom he was paid for the services of i,

fear and twenty kst its years colonies of irony to fine, that did not the subject compel little sugar, to procure aid for his perishing longest in Congress is Col. Benton, of Mis at the time he made or shall make the payment, or himself! ; horse, wagon,cart, tramboat. &.c. r

jealousy quondam the reader to receive it as irony, hc would comrades. He states that several had died souri. At one (time Col. Benton was toasted thereafter show by proof that he was remounted, in PETER HAGNER. .

should conquer or purchase the island from take it for a passage serious poetry. His and ono or two were devoured by the living as the Father of the Senate." Vain as he which case the deduction shall only extend to the Third Auditor. -
the Spanish Government. time he was on foot i and provided, also, if April 21,15-19. 4w-16.
to sustain life and that he fears than any payment .
poetry, whether serious or uprightly, is remarkable more is reputed to b**, he denied the soft impeachment shall have been shall heiejfter .
her or be made to
teeth
Although England gnash for
may half the number he left will not survive his "
for the oIls numbers. transferred the honor who
Col.
her former folly and impotence to melody King, any person above-mentioned on acc-mnt clothing, State cf Florida.....Monroe County;
present prevent Pennsylcanian. return. Their animals had all frozen to was, as anterior in service, entitled to the soubriquet to which he was not entitled by law, such pament

what bhe fears will happen, although death, their provisions were exhausted, and of father} of the Senate. But," added shall be deducted from the value of his horse or accoutrement Smith Moiiry, ). . -
vs. BILL IN CHANCERY. .
Palmcrstoa or any other foreign Minister THE THIRTY-FIRST COPtGKCSS. the men were too weak and ill to hunt along Col. Benton, I to add that *. Joseph Lawton. 3 I
regret my To establish a claim under tl.is the
in Cabinets and declaim in ParhameuU provision
may intrigue the road but sank down die the .
to by way.I friend, a hopelcsi bachelor as he is-is father claimant must Adduce the evidence of(the oEcer under appearing to me bv affidavit that Joseph tawton. : '
the of Cuba the The New York Journal of Commerce .1.
against: purchase by says, I am anxious to see him, and shall probably of nothing else (J)" whose command he served when the loss occur I defendant in the bill filed in the above cause, re .

United States, it seems, from all the signs of that including the members from Connecticut meet him hero in a few days, as Major Real red, if alive; or, if deadthen ofthe next surviving sides out of the State of Floridaand! in Europe :

the times, that if we will only wait for a lit- and New Hampshire, there have been elected sent back, immediately, food and animals for Starch Pudding.-One who has satisfactorily officer, describing the property,the value thereof at It u Ordered That said defendant appear and answer .'

tie while, the ripened pear \vill fall into our to the new Congress S3 whigs and 61 his A few oi illustrated the truth ofthe old adage, that the time of entering the service, the lime and maii- the said bill! within the time prescribed by law; ,
pounds man,
party. sugar per
lap. Mr. Reynolds-not that we would democrats. If thrs r maining fi5 members the proof of the pudding is in eating the string," ne* in which the loss happenedantl whether or not otherwiseIt"shall( bo taken pro coofeaso. U u fur. I
pro- was all the food left them, and it is feared that I it wass'Jstainwd without any faclt or nezltgence on Ihtr Ordered,, That a copy of this order be publish
teni J to cite him as authority, but even a dullard should be politically the same as before, there those found alive would have to subsist enlirely has the following recipe for making Starch the claimant's part. The evidence shoilu also! in ed in some newspaper printed in the State of Florid '.

has some eyes-seems to think that the would be a whig majority in the House of 17. upon those who had died, or, perhap, Pudding." Four table hpoens starch, three case the claimant was remounted after the loss, rate! once a month fut nine months. ,

negotiation between Xarvacz and Mr. Saun. In the Senate there will be a democratic majority"of killed for the sake An English I egss, one quart of milk and a little salt. Pulverize !- when he was remounted, how leu; he continued so, JOS. B LANCASTER.
were Jiving.
and explain whether the hoMe nhenon Le waa remounted Key WestMarchS.A. D..1S49. JudgeSo.Cir.Fa.THOS. .
tiers failed the starch beat it and the
entirely through the ignorance 8 or 1C. officer, Capt. Calhcart, was ofthe parly egg togethj had not been furnished by the) United States, F. KING. So!. for Com'.

anJ want of tact of the American Min We shall not yet abandon the House of and iu so weak a. state that Fremont fear j heat the milk, when near boiling add the or been owned by another mounted militiaman or A true copy from the faiinittfs : -

ister. And if, as Rome imagine Canada Representatives to the whigs. If the democracy ed hc too would be lost. A few wagons of a 1 starch and eggs, stirring it briskly till it boils, volunteer to whom payment for the use and risk W.C. MALONEY Clerk.

should apply for admission into tha i Union, the Virginia do their duty as energetical trader's train, which left Fort Leavenworth i when it is done serve with cream and loaf sugar. I thereof, or for its forage, whilst in the p.s.icsioii of April 14. 15: By R. L. HICKS, D. C.

probability of our acquiring Cuba will be ly as in 1643, we ehall make a clean sweep in October in It is said to be a most delicate dish. claimant, may have been Made ; arid! if it had
early are just now coming been thus owned, should name the and the
much increased for th Southern States will of the with In the person Plantation for Sale.
; \vliigs one exception.
town, having been snow-bound on the plains, command to which he belonged. And iu every in
1 nuke the annexation cf Cuba nn indispensable last House, the whigs carried G members from and in a single night lost seventy mules from 09-THE tneudi of EUVYAKU M. WEST, Esq.. stance in which the claim may extend to eqorpagp, T IlEunderaigrieci beirc des-ircus of moving to the j

coijitij.j to the annexation of Cana ia. Virginia. It is possible for us, with great the effects of cod.! A force of Dragoons JESSE ATKINSON, Esq., and JESSE M. ROBINSON t the several art ice.4! cf t\hich the same consisted, and Western country, oflcrs his place fur sale, consisting
large value of enth should be specified.SCCON'D cf 3s acres* f land-about 50 acres c lea led .
Struggle aslJritain may, she! cannot keep effort, to carry, all but one ; and thus reduce to the assistance of the Esq.,announce then a? canditate*for reelection separate
was despatched aid in a high state of cultivation, and under a good
the United States from growing and extending the majority of 17 to 7 only. Let tic, besides traders and have brought them safely in.- for the fiice of Justice of tie' Peace of the 2d CLASS OF CASES. fenre. There is on the place! about 120 acres of as
The second section the law
their u-rritories over the American continent. secure only 4 more in Indiana, North These instances of Diitnct of Leon County : also! JOHN B. KEEN and of enacts : good tobacco land as the ccunty can boast cf, a tolerably .
are by no means rare occurrence That any person vrho !:as sustained or shall '
How often, \\ilhin the lust ton years, has she Carolina, and the other Stales, whose elections and will idea of AARON P. SMITH as candidates to fill tbs siceoffice. sustain damage by the destruction good dwellmz-hcuse.tobacco-barn, and all '
give you> : perils Capture or by an .
been foiled in her effrts to lestrict our movements ( are yet to bo held, and we carry the and dangers of the vast prairies lying between enemy, or by the abandonment er destruction by the good necessary spring} out-buildings of water!! good, with summer a pleasant for ituation.stock; r'r'i r'f

? In I 1342 and '13 many of her stales, House. We appeal, therefore the Indomitable this ofthe order ofthe cor.itnanding general!, the commanding &c. Any i range
us, at season year. Irieudj of JESSE M. ROUEUl'SON personiishirut.toFuTcLasescuIddoweIl t'
THE ,
men and scholars cc.nidei cd her claim to California democracy to pit forth thrir whole (GO- officer, or quartermaster, of any horse, male, cx. to call and examine for himself, nine miles southwest '
him suitable candidate for Justice of cart, boat, sleigh, or harness, while such
ar.councc as a wagon of .
fair if not irresistible ; and backed j strength, and save the Houss of Representa flo'tt.-'I'ho Minister Affairs Quincy.
in the service of
the
Foreign the Peace of the Second Justice' District, for Leon property was military United
ALEXANDER E. .
GREGORY.GadIen i -
with an immense navy the might have filled tives. It was in this bold and vigorous spirit oi Rome, Rusconi, has published a note dated MANY VOTER.r ". States either by impressment or contruc', except incases County April 14,1S-: 15Court ,

up the gaps, in her title with an arm of power i that the democrats of Connecticut have triumphed the 3d, and addressed to all the Powers. The County. -_ where the risk to which the property would -

and a voice of authority. Ikt she !t-t the i ; and iu this tame spirit we may conqt.cr following is a summary of this docunrent :- :}- WE authorized andie
golden opportunity slip, and was fonder of evcrvhcre.lVas1ziigozz Union.Kltcding '. The calumnies that have been spread RICHARD T. B1RCHETT, Esq., asa candidate for damage b> the death, abandonment and Io-3 cf any In the matter of, the estate; \ CHAMBERS, -

talking alxmt her rights to Oregon than her against the Roman revolution oblige (the ( ov. the office of Jjdie cf Probate for Leon County. at s'icli horse, mule, cr ox, while in the service aforesaid of Lester Crook, deceased ) April 1 11. IS 19.ON" .
rightto California! ller travellers and Admission-The in of the faiiure on the cf the
Improjier.A n part
giog eminent to contradict them. The Italian nation the eteiontir.it Monday in Manext.. consequence the petition of Williiai Cailey, security .
had tulJ about the actual aucJ I New York Journal Medicine the cf United Mates to furnish tnesin.e with sufficient f. ; .
raphuts ]
,
rejnieul orgau which Lad cuncrivcd the most sanguine praying t that Lure !oore, administrator of Mid
treasures of California but lurm-d deal 1 the regular Facu thus and i ;3. VVc are authorized and requested to announce ae and any person who has loir, cr shall lose, or be to
iuu u ty argumentative hopes regaining its liberty in the struggle his had t'r shall have destroyed bv unavoidabif estate ma) required give new i'ecurityinlc 4
the lion. JAMES E. BROOME as a candidate for the accident ot petitioner, or in default thereof that aid Moore be '
far to ail their Tories, and refused credence to jsummaiily disposes of the practice oi taking
lately commenced cgainst Austria, foid its any burst, mule, ox, wagon,cart, boat Meiz,
what the I Ollke ol Jmle, ot Probate! (or the County of Leon,at removed from said administration! it appearing to
considered the fictions of tra\ellcrt. blood ?.s a remedy in discass : dashed the who or harness, while such properly was ID the service
by nlan the satisfaction .
expectations very of U.H Court that( said Lake Moore,
the election on first Monday in May next."E aforesaid shall be allowed! and paid the Value thereof
\Ve 'GAit observer disease and
imaginations. all know how acute remedy
England zdrnini
had awakened them, and who on the 20th of I
the time he entered the service if
was baulked on the Texas question. Wecer.lainly would rwrcieve that an inflammation consisted .. at : provided resictej.beyonJ the limits of the State of Florida, or -
i the time when the r \\ authorized and requested to announce
April, at very war was aijits! $ are shall appear that such loss, capture, abandonment,
got the IK-HIT of Ler in the Oregon con- in sonic disturbance of the circulation, and height, openly disapproved of it, and checked Major JOHN BEHD a* a candidate for the Otlicc of destruction,or death, was without any f tutt or negligence in the Eastern Circuit of Florida, or conceals him
| self, that notice of said beaeredtIp.n
so petition cannot
troversy. Now ii we *houJ! gt Canada and !| hialh; consisted iu the restoration of the cir- the idea nationality among the people. I Uegistet of Public Lindj of the State of Florida, at on the part of tb* owner of the property, and him : It it Ihtftf&re Ordered, That the said -
Cuba the of her wrath and I culation to its original condition the sccrelof while it was actually employed in the service "of the *
cup indignation From that moment began a silent, but terrible | the election fiist Mcndav in May i ext. Luke ioore, administrator as aforesaid, da appear .
wll be full. As a last resource and in order remedy would be found in the cause of the cir and fatal the disasters c"f Lorn- -- United States. and answer said petition wit hin four months'rom Ihe I .
opposition ; TII establish a cla'm uuder the provision, it willin
herself culation. The 6/0/ d is the of its date of Ihe! first publication of this order, or the saidpetititinn b
to avenge for all the has suffered at not cwzca hardy being in a great measure the Consequence ; For New York. addition to the testimony: required under the head
be taken fur confessed aud the
our hands, she may, at a period not remote, circulation j for the selfsame quantity of blood ofthe defection of the Pope, a conviction I $ 3: THE rc aUr packet Bn XVARCALLF.R, of first class of cascs.be nece--sary in cases w here the thereof granted may ; Provided, That a copy, of this prayer order

tttk to be annexed herself. We must have acre I I may be in the vessels when it does not circu- arose that the institution of Papacy as a i ; L? Josselyn, master, will ia'.l: as above. Kori properly lost was ia the service by contractor irnpressnent be |.r.UisheJ once a week for four months in

for our conductor else, ia a little while, j late at all, as when it does most healthily, as "i hue with i I Irei:'.ji or passags'I'pl; 'o to produce the testimony of the bfHcer or me newspaper ptltlishcrt in the Cit v cf Tallahassee.JAMES .
I temporal sovereignty was ucompal j JOHN DENIIAM.t a entof the United States who luiprej'pd or contracted

Great Britain will apply for admission into daily instanced in concusssions, epilepsy, freedom. The insurrection of November was t New port, 2s1h .April, IS.J9. 17 for the service ot the property mentioned in such April 14. 1S4. 15 Judge E. BROOME of Probates., '

the Union. &c. The taking away blood docs nothing the consequence ; the Pope whose sifely was I claim, and also of She officer under whose command

directly but alter the quantity. threatened fled from Rnrm This : Notice to Overseers of Roads. the same was employed at the lime of the capture, .
RESULT IN CONNECTICUT. not flight destruction, loss,or abandonment, declaring in what Notice
"
the fluid which
Indirectly by taking away was a second defection front the cause he ALL overse' M of roads having claims again-! ihe the property was taken! in the-scivice of theU- months after date I will appjy lo the Ton. '
For Governor there i is contains the life diminish the life itself Leon, for and are way SIX
choice of posting
thea'oplc. measuring
no by we
had formerly embraced ; still the people patien'.ly nited States, the value thereof, whether or not the of Probate for Leon county, for Letters ofDismission
The Legislature on joint ballot, ac- and the means ofobtainitsg therespiration. examined whether a constitutional requested to preseot them to the Board of City risk to which it would be exposed vas agreed to be from tEe adoiiiilifration cf the e,tate of
held
t session be
cording to the Hartford Times, stands. Demo Bleeding, therefore, diminishes the quantity Commissioners at a special to on incurred by the owner,and whether or nut,as regarded Norborne T. Taylor, dec. it. B. BRADFORD.
prince could thus leave his state ; and it was Monday, the- l4Ji Jav oi May next. It i is desirable!
horses, mules, oxen, he engized to the April 14. ISl'J. 15 /
supply _
crats 115-Federalists 118-JVi'e Boilrra 8 ofJJfe. Can a man have too much of life ?- j that the 1 that holding such claims should be present .
found constitution but fii persons
was a e nfLcient in what -
with forage, manner the loss ----- -- h
-and, of course the free soilers hold the bal. It that from the in the thunder of the I same
matters not days of Hippocrates j as evpUnatlons reference to it
mask. The people asked who had been left happened, and w hether or Sot was sustained without $200 REWARD.
Alice of power. Wo trust that the down to now has been work may be nccesary.Bv his
gallant bleeding adop by the Sovereign to govern during his abBcncc Commissioners any fault or rteglirence on part-
an J enlightened Seymour may be chosen govcrnor. ted. It matters not that it relieves the ten and only found a email letter, in which order ofthe Board'of JAMES County E.LROOME. : The fifth section or the law enacts :
I his! heavy gain in his residence sion and the of inflamed a. That in all!! instances where any minor has been
own necessity pain an President B. C. C. L. C.
Pius IX. recommended the Romans to April 23, 1510. 17
in the service
spare or shall be engaged military of the U-
thouk that his valuable service home and it docs the diseased I
at pail ; not act upon part -
the lites of his menial Still the people nited States, and was or shall be provided with a
noble talor-at Chapultcpec are properly producing any change in its condition. How, Dissolution.plin .
appreciated. were patient ; a governing commission was horse or equipments, nr military accoutrements, by
TJre Democratic State Conven. j therefore, can we designate it as a remedy ?" after named from Gicta. The act 1 copartnership heretofore exiat ion; between h's' parent or guardian.'tnd his died, or shall die, TfRk
soon Was
ion, too, which nominated Kim, avcwcd sound JL S S. Knight & (J. H.Be-twick, under the name without paying for said property, and the same has :

and liberal sentiments in their address on the I'eacics.-A friend of mine has just informed unconstitutional ; the commission refused to and style of S. S. Knight & Co., is this day dissol been or shall! be L>st, eaptor; 'd, destroyed abandoned
-
accept power, and still the people did not fall ved. The l IMk' and papers are in the hands of S. in the manner Before mentioned, said parent
territorial quenion. me ofthe success ho met with by the into anarchy. The Chamber of Deputies S. Knight. All Trao)s having unsettled business orgi.irdianshaII be allowed pay therefor,oa making i %.

The WLig papers are terribly gravelled at application of charcoal to peach trees. A protested againstjlhe act that mined a cotnmis- with! the firm will please! oill at au early day for set* satisfactory prcof as In other cases, and the further Mi

th election of three Democrats and only one few years ago he had some fine ;peach trees tlcniint.I proof that"he is entitled! thereto, by having furnished .
sion, as not bearing the signature ofa Minis t'ROcLUtATION *
WILLIAM D. WOSELEY
Tallahassee, April 2t,1I' the lame. BY
Whig to and raise the in his which had ,
of" garden, invariably
Congress
"
cry coa1'tiou wormy ter. A message was sent to the Pope by the S S. KNIGHT, A parent or guardian of a .deceased minor will I ;O
with Free Sellers" as the cause of the fruit, and the trees were full of guui. When High Council and the magistrates but the GEO. II. BCSTWIC&. therefore, ia addition to such testimony applicable Governor of Florida. '

Democratic victory. This may be so, though the fruit was about the size marbles, he rvftnd. The ; made :' ; 17. lo his claim, as is pretiou described have to fur WHEREAS it has been represent*! tome bj rei .
was people a
a separate Free Soil ticket was run for Gov.eraor had the earth removed from each about two message nish proof hat he provided the minor with the prop citizens of this State, that one
last effort. The president of the commission S. S. Knight erty ther?!* nentioned, that the minor died without ENOCH SEVER, of Jefferson County, did. on. or i : *!
-and if to, we wish it were otherwise. feet round and three inches deep, and filled about the first of March commit murder iri .
named the day a u
by Pope, Cardinal Castrc-mi himself paving (C such property, and that he, the parent or
stand where
Bat, as the Whig candidates were as bad if not w ith charcoal. The result was that the fruit ) sent a message to Gneta, but without effect. WILL hop'eitowaif continue business on such at hi of his old lends ,as have guardian, is entitled to payment for it by his having the county of Leon, upoii the body of Anthony C. :if

worse on this subject and their defeat Iruit to fine size, free from worms, and furnished the same. Hand :
as by grew ?
The country then, seeing itself without teretofore extended .so liberal a patronage, prorai- Now THEttEronr, I, WILLIAM D. WOSELET. *. "
tkerp are secured three opponents of"the Amcrjcan every year since the fruit has been good, and a head, named a Junta of state, to prevent in;% (that all shall hate good articles lair prices. The"That sixth in all sectioifof instances the where li-.v enact ; other Governor of (tbe State.of Florida: by virtue of the 4

System," against which the South trees became healthy and free from gum, anarchy ; this junta convoked a Constituent April as t,1SV.} 17For than minor, has been, or shall be.any engaged person in the authority in me vested by the laws of said Stated thereby

L ai always Itrntovfprf ttirt .nth.- mint U--nninlomcthing .. while two trees left without the charcoal con Assembly-that alone could supply the want Sale. military service aforesaid and has bzen. nr shall be, offer two hundred dollars reward for the apprehension -

by the result. tinue to bear womy fruit, and arc unhealthy. hail provided with a horse or equipments, or with military ot said Sever, and his safe delivery to the t t-1 '
But, with what can Southern Mobile Tribune. ofa supreme power. The! Pope, who ,. TWO nUGGUiS; and two HORSES accoutrements, by any person, the owner thereof Sheriff uf Ihe said coqnty of Leon. 't : v'> i ilh
grace Whigs fled, who had l lft the Government without ,1\ cl-eap. They will! be sold separately who has risked,or shall lake the risk, of such Item-The said ENOCH! SEVER U a stout.wehI? -

complain ofthe course cf Northern Democrats, a chief replied to the act of convocation by .D.'' ir together. Enquire at this horse,, equipments, or, military accoutrements on built man, about six feet high, rather pale! looklngi !:
vhen} they themselves voted for Fillmore Good Dividends.-The bank of Brunswick '- "r.fiicc. and has hair.Ji .
an excommunicating the Constituent Assembly. -- himself, and the same has been or shall be Io t, cap light
fctknowledged Free Sutler, and pledged in yesterday declared a dividend of four dollars The Constituent April 2S. IS It. t7iTs. tured, destroyed, or abandoned,in the manner before winesswhereof I have hereunto set j
< share cash and dollars Assembly was inaugurated : mentioned, such shall be allowed there [SEAL ] rnv band ard caused the great seal of
l per .
200,000 votes had contributed U> the dect ions. KNIGHT, for making proof, as in other casesand the further the State to be aixrd. this 3d dayofApril
Columbia ?"-and when in Gen. Taylor's per share, payable in Stock of the Company. The Assembly, after maturely considering the V'holerile i Retail Grocer t Provision Dealer, on proof that he is entitled thereto by having fur ,A.,D.; IS!0. .

Cachet two decided Free Soilers, Ewing and The Mechanics' Bank has also declared a preceding fuels, and the state ofthe country, nished the snme, and having taken the risk oa him- WILLIAM D. MOSELET! ,- I

Collaraer, (the latter voted for G oil's proposill semiannual dividend of eight per cent.Antidolfto declared the downfall of the Pope and T.1LLAi1.t5S1 FtoBIDA. self." By trie! Governor: GovehzrofF1orida.A. {. f'lfir'i-
pro E. MAXWELL, Secretary of State. ,
hand.andofieri for sale at a Besides the testimony in support of his claim
n ) git side by side with Messrs. Preston constantly on
Crawford J'oi.scn.-A correspondent ofihe claimed the Republic. None ofthe calumniators : KEEPS advance on cost, for cash, all the stand herein before required, every such owner thereof -

Collamer and Johnson, Southern Whigs ?- London Literary Gazette, alluding to the numerous of (his Republic{ can accuse it of the ard article* in hU line. Fluurs of approved qua!- will have to prove that he did provide the horse, equipmentsor WHITE SPRING,

ia a tpeech in 1813, proclaimed deaths from accidental least reprehensible act ; it honors Italy, and ties-Sugar?. Ccllees. Teas, Bacon, Hams, Pork, military accoutrements therein men COUNTY .
that slavery? mutt cease-that it may bo tern. cases poisoning is worthy ofthe eternal city. Let Europe Soap, Candle Lard, and all similar articlf*-topethcr tioned, and took the risk thereof bn himself and that HAMILTON FLORIDA Vlo

porarily palliated, excused the ground and particularly the melancholy fate of with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions Nuts, he is entitled to pay therefor, by having furnished rpHE undersigned respectfully inform the puMj<* I 7
or on the late Royal Acaderafan, Mr. Owen, adds judge. As long as the Pope showed himself Raisins, Figs, Almond, and all other articles usuafly the same and taken the iisk t thereof on hircsell ; and J_ that they have leased this Spring for fc tea i'f

tfnecctsity tb&t but that excuse cannot endure -" I venture to affirm there Is scarce even a (lhe friend Italian independence, (he Roman bund in similar establishmecti. this proof should be contained in a deposit.bnof the years. The mineral properties oi the water ate io .

every man if bound faithfully to exert in this that does not contain, people stood by the Pope ; but, Then he Store next door above G. H. Megmnlss'i! on Mon person who had been so provided by him with. such generally known that it is needless to say anything :

. hip.' -ilf to remove that necessity j" yet he was cottage country deserted that cause, his temporal sovereignty roe street. horse, equipments, or military accoutrements.TIIIUD on that subject.To .
Placed immediate remedy for such events ; nothing those a3iicted with Rheumatism Zoffulaig..
by a ** Southern President," in one of renudiated. It is well that April 28.1310. lyInformation CLASS OF CASES. ;
the> more than a desert spoonful of niado mustard, was Europe pensla, and the thousand ills! which mortal* are pr

with mott responsible posts ofthe Cabinet, and mixed in a tumbler of warm tater, and drunk should have a standard whereby to measure Wanted The seventh section ot the law enacts: we would respectfully suggest thai they tr/ its

immense power to injure the South.neu .- It instanteous emetic. the destiny with which (he Roman Rupublic who That in all cases where horse have been condemned virtues-believing from its Sany almost miraculnu* .

> Southern Whigs thus tolerate, nay enCourgo immediately. acts as an is threatened ; a destiny which the men who OF Ed\vnrdTlllimous, Merchant for New, Orleans by a board officers on account of their unfit cures erlected by its use that they also will be aimiU --
and Is always ready, and may bs used safely left Dallin about fifteen years ago nessfcr service, in consequence ofthe Government ly benefited. And we say to all who vwi foiy
honor northern foes how
our can where is guide it will meet without either presumption and i. iuppwe.1 toV at present in Florida. all such horses and ,that in the event I hat
U be in any case one required. By making failing to supply forage, Spring they are not hentiuecf t
ke ezpecca, tlat Northern Democrats, Btric- this ample antidote known, be or fear, with the dignity of men who have Full particular on the lubject of inquiry of his leiler their equipage shall be allowed and paid for, when after a fair! trial, there will IMS no charge for fceafd. I

n down by the Whigs of the South for their you may devoted themselves to the weal of the land to Ireland last year can be obtained by answeriii" ever the facts shall be proven by legal and satisfactory The seekers of pleasure will here tad a delightful j
Cevotion the means cf saving many a fellow creatuir this advertisement. Any information respectin written that such to white away tbtir .
toher whether oral place liirje.
constitutional lights, can now in which they \vero born, and who"may ever thankfully received by evidence, or
f farther( than the Southern Whigs them- from an untimely end. proudly and confidently lo Europe,-We ? him will be CIJAS. M. C. DELANY, condemned horse and the equipage was turned over The Hotel having been renovated,and the fooihi i .
'th5 say of the army,whether any receipt made comfortable, and. supplied with furniture *
Yotk. to a quartermaster new ,
the This is our brief commentary upon *' Blessed are the peace-makers, saith The have at least done one glorious act-we have Counsellor M Law, 69 Nassau St., New therefor was given and produced or not." we hope to give general satkfaction.

taunts upon ourselves in the Whig papers holy writ, but I once proved to my cost, says destroyed the tempoial domination of the .. Other Florida papers 4w-J6 please. copy.C. M. C. D. To establish a claim under this provision the Our arrangements toy supplies,ke.'nr such as ta -

yesterday._Richmond Enquirer Dobbs, that a peace-maker Is not always Popes." April 21, 1549. claimant must adduce the evidence of the witnesses enable us to keep as good a table as can be found ia
half- mentioned under the head tf (tie fint class of cases, the South. -
blessed for in endeavoring to a
prevent father would Administrator's Notice. satisfactorily proving.that the properly therein described Th ; stable will be provided with iciest proven .
Tac! Le.Your
of a Tail.-" MY dear, don't say mad woman residing in, Fox Creek, frojn A Hint from month after date I shall preient my account was/ ,hile in the military service of IheUni- der that the country afionli, aid"with attentive i istlers.

narrative," said a modest lady to anihilating her unworthy husband, I got a not have punished iou, my child, if you had SIX vouchers and apply to the H .n.Jiidge of ted Stales, condemned by a board of officers on account ., .

let little *on' who Was relating a nice bloody nose from the paWsoftbe husband, a not used i profane language, and swore." Probate for Gadsden; County for m fiaal settlethent of their being rendered Unfit Service iri con Fasseneere from Tallahassee ana Jacksonville will

interestIni "tale" be had very contusion over the the from a missilethrown 44 Well, father swears." and discharge from the administration of the estate sequence of the Government failing to supply forage, meet with no inconvenience in getting.from Alligator '
just read In the severe eye know he has been in the habit out, but Archibald Black, dfe-.; and also settlement and and that such property was turned over to a quartermaster to the Spring.W arrangement will be made to
Zewssper I
WUIe the Iiul fellow wa lhinfead by she lady, was severely pinched discharge a's Administrator! on the dower allot of the United States army, explaining when bring them without ny.delay.
final
iog f hi5 mistake the old house dog by the children, blackguarded! by a relative of he will leave it joffnow. ted and set apart to Margaret Black, dec., as widow the claimant was remounted,&c.,as required in said Board will but moderate,

"aiked in !!altlns his tail and looking quite the family, bitten by the house dog. and finally Fts a pity he hadn't done it before be of said, Archibald BUck, dr., tate ci said ounty.ApriUthflSI first class of cases. SAM. BUFFINGTON, Jr,
familiar it ifce bov the whole of them. taught Bill and mo to swear, and then we F; c SIIEPARD, 'tdmr In no case can the production rf lhe evidence ireriouy'.v CHARLES K. RYAN
when hc exclaimed, Ma, kicked into tho street by darn'd ? II described be di'pcajcj with, unless the iin- April 7i!i$49. 11-tw I am3nu
saved lickings.
n-hfl should have a many
ij-ni nHkng, im narratac Vcrilr., we Inc rn an ungrateful wvnH



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- 4 <. JAt.J'1'1\I.' liXTUA. G EO. W. HUTCHINS Court of Probate, MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FJ.OHtDA.I GADS- TO SPRING TERM 1919.

21st A. D. 1S19. SARSAPA'RILLA DEN CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas F.
Maitin
A mum by tie III me fir ct.. PI' hi* .nri r.dt with a yon Jin L\RCl I. ? /
of Ibl MOM mf 8. r Towmend. and Uiw hit name lo (Hit AUCTIONEER STATE or FLORIDA-Cousr* or LEON. The most extraordinary Medicine In the tt orld.Kjctract The Branch of the Bank of the) .I vs. \ttat.ment! lot SlOG 0.t .

; .p c PMMfNinlta winch they crU I)r.Timnwud' tnnrrla! T.1LL.1IUSSEE FL.1. William G. Ponder, Executor cf State of Alabama, Compl't., t Arch. B. McDonr'ald.Bond In $*20. '

4ennnunittn. I(fJfVI.VK, Original. etc. 11>U I REFER TO the last will and ;testament ot .' vs. I I THE defendant and all other perwrts interested
.- .o doctor eD! B rwiit; but ,.furniorty a workerui rail : D. Archibald Graham,deceased, Petition for distribution Benjamin C.Weit.SheriffoCCalls- I: hereby notified of the in!.tilntirn tf, U.e
roadi,caaali, an 1M like Yet be s.une.tbeIitteotfli..Ii. Mtssr II. Rove, J. W. ARGYLE, C.'lLOS r5.An (1 the J.L7i den County and ex-qfficia admr. Bill to foreclose above suit by atlschment.and are required to I
and J. T. ARCHKH. appear
ti. pr of(lining credit fur what he U not TliU U t caution F. II. FLAGG.T. J. HocfON .iTonder, John Swain Peter estate of John on the Estate of James Innerar- Mortgage.ily and plead to the dechration filed therein,witlfa it*

publI not 'tie d.cei.d. and |>urrha.e none but the March 10, IS49.- JO Carleton, Isaac NjCook and Graham, decea dec'd., John F.Innerarity. r .I time prescribed by Iar. :

OK.VtV.VK' OHIGl.VJI.- OlD.Dr. Jacob Toneindi Rachel his wife, Collin sed. William P Innerarity Santiago Dated Jar.uary.2tih'; A. D. 1949. :
.. f I4rIII. havirf on i the Old Pi Iken.l.hii faliity coal e! Sale of Lands in Jefferson Co. Graham, heirs at anc of John Innerarity. Lewis W. Minor and JOIIERSKIXE.. I

t" cud hu klpnitute: acroti the emit of tnn. pursuance: and by virtue of an order and decree Graham deceased Ileloise Minor DefendacK J Pbinti ', Attorn, I
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Pnuia(&-e 10.A'txcn',(., .V,a JVrt Q ,. IN(f Ihe Honorable Jude of Pro',ale irt and for the being made 'to appear to this Court !that Collin! BEING MADE APPEAR by affidavit filed FebrtiarylO,1819.I 6 3msu.4o,4

r couily' Jefferson, I wiItetpoeeto public gale, at IT Graham one of the defendants: named hi the said IT in this cause, that John F. Innerarity resides beyond

t' '., ". auction, before Itie CourMIousedoor, in Montuflo, petition (if he is still in being) resides beyond tic!! the limits of Ihe Slat of Florida to w it. in t the TOWLE. MABtAKO D. ..\JY.
- '' I Ihe first Monday in May next being day limit of the State of Florida, but within the limits State Alabama ; that William P. Innerarily resides TOWLE & PAPY ,
of said month, a'l the right, title and inlerot c United Slates; Ilia therefore Ordered, That out of the Middle Circuit of Florida to wit, in ,
James Sloan, late cf said county, deceased, of, in the said Collin Gtaham d,) appear and the City of Peimcola in the State of Florida ; that Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
and to the 1010\ lamls, 1 Ijing and being in said answer deenaant.! wilhin four months from '-. Santiago Innerarity resides beyond the limits of the HAVING formed an association for the Practice

1 county : designated iu the Land Oflice of the date of the first publication of this older otherwise is put vp in quart bollles; it is tix State Florida, to wit. in the Inland of Cuba ; that will attend the several Courts of the
the United States at Tallahassee as follow?,to wit : the Complainant's petition may be taken : I times cheaper, pleasanler, ant warranted supt- Lewis W. Minor and Ileloise Minor, reside beyond Middle Circuit of Florida and in the District Court

t." -. One hundred and Ii I acres and one third of an acre, confessed bv said defendant. Provided That this ncr to any sold. It cures disease without vomit the limits ol the State of Florida,to wit, in the State of the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entmUd
': more Cr less being thf Southern part or portion of order be published once a wlfo for the term of four inpurginsickeningordcbi1itatizzg thcpatient. of Virginia : It is therefore Ordered, That I the to their care will receive prompt attention
the N W ol section eleven in township two, in the thebill C Office the C
quarter months in some newspaper published County rHl HE great beauty' and superiority of this Susaparill:1 said named defendants do appear and answer pitol.o'ebruarl
of rn"(five, North anc East-said tract one-third commencing of Leon, and State afcresaid.JAMES. JL overall other medicine is, that whilet complaint filed therein, within the times limited 17, 1S49. 7
and
1 j two hundred ninety-three BROOM to them that ij to -the said Juhn -
respectively
say
t \ aid and F. eradicates the disease it invigurates the body. It
tract
\ northern ,
lI\< \ yards South from the line of Ihe Judge of Probate. i is one of the very best Spring and Summer medicinesever I F. Inneiarity, Lewis W. Minorand Ileloise Minor. 200 Sacks Salt.
Southern same.
A running lo the March 2-1, ISH) 12-4tn: within the period of four months from the date of
Condition,. CASH-titles at the expense of the known ; it not only purifies the whole system I RECEIVED per Brig Wacun. For tt bv
) the first of this order the said William
publication I
and strengthens the person, but it creates new, pureand ; JOHN D "I1AM.
-, I purchaser. JAME R. TUCKER, Notce.SIX rich blood; a power possessed by no other med Itmerarity within the period of two month; and Newport, Feb. 2 1, iS.ti. 3 11
Sheriffof Jeflerson County ('xoflicio Months after t unlersigned will apply icine. And iu this lies the grand secret of its wonderful Ihe said Santiago Inneratity within the period of six i

OLD IH) JACOB TOWNSEND, Administrator anc said deceased. the Hon. Judge of Probate for Leon Countyfor success. It has performed within the last two months, or in default thereof the said bill of complaint 9 *CSI: '0 I .c.&lnJIP{

- March 311,1549. Ct-13 letters of dismission as Administrator of the years more than 5O.OOO cures of severe cases of may be taken as confessed by the said defen- OS1J.'U
THE ORHMXAMlItfCOVERCR' OF THE Estate of John Smith, deceased.lte of said county. disease; at least JOOO were considered incurable.It dants at and after the several periods limited fo jama aqi ni penozuotjjnir 0'

(;'riiiiinc Tornsend Sarsaparilla.M Jefferson Circuit Court. PATRCK : has saved the lives of more than .,OOO( children them respectively in this order. Providedthat this [lnp aao .Aq uo paul aq 'pagpjds tWf:!

I I'r' Ti>.'. end I U now .bout TO"Hf of "er. *..1 ha long March 10, IS.I. 10-Om the past season in the city of New York alone.- order be published once a week for the term of four ail[ jajje; 'ji.|!\ "ojijoa! '!iqi pjifjjsip! ott.w asovMuunq .
writ knoa .the JlUTHOK. and JilSCOfERKR .f hOK.vn.VE William Bailey aJmr. de'bonis IN CHANCERY. -- ------ More than months, and at the expiration of the said term of Udf9Jd stq!I( ancijuoo! of miquasnqi ali

I*,:..Ilcinc pir.VSr.A7J bi limit iu S.1HS.1P.1Hlf.nianufailure, fay non of John Bella- Biu for ReliefFormy JCTXA 1ssu1tNCECo3tI'tY. 3,000 cases of Chronic Rheumatism ; four months thA continuously once a month for pue 'nn \!\!\\ ;;x uqi Inca, ''Rur .fq papit2a.f

"l. ch nte.int it baa been kept out of murker, and the etlei cir' dec., Comp. sale of land-to s. t aside HARTFORD, CON.T 2,000 cases of Dyspepsia ; Ihe t term of two months. in a newspaper published -sip! oq IOU !!\ jotjou! SIII! [| left) sj.rujfoqj .\l.JU[. !, 3n(
cuiiiocribeil Illh.1 inly who bllll'I.1| iu worth and knownitt .. r*. &c. 4,OUU( cases General Debilityand want of Energy; within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida. ..a.dP"1J3J3J
It the e r$ (if Benhelr a' Conveyance
ninny. and David
ltnm.Iu.r-r.. n> .bA.h.Fche henled. "f tore dinea.i. and .a,ed Henry Doggett lIE undersigned having lately been appointedtheir ( 7U'')) cases of the different Female complaint THOMAS BALTZELL, gjunouie aiji 'jxoa qo-rcft jo tllar
lrol death, ,."ol"hn.d tIC ur.l.nrl in4 wonderful Barow, D*_f'ft.JTappcarin agent in this vicinity, will insure Buildings 2,000 cases of Scrofula ; February 20, A. D. IS,19. Judge.C. 3111 *q 'Sui.fcJ! pue Sujnea Xq paeq udall! ( puafl
HEALING PWR to ihe Mtitfaction o this Court by and Stocks against t los by fire on the most favorable l,5iJU cases of Liver Complaint ; 11./DUPONT, Sol. for Compl't. '6))), P tiC trSI Joj SJBJJJB U! ate oq.w 'sjaaioi T"sna
"""'llnt m.ny .r, C f.. ( b..t hi e.ski,inritlruUUIe srl"Il- I affidavit made in this cause the said defendants terms. Persons who wish to renew their insurance 2,500 cases of Diseases of t the Kidneys. and Dropsy ; A I true copy : sjq! uo KJIEO AJinjjDoJgaj sow joquasqnt! IIILIA

and tlllnlM ndtantxce 1"'U4.1' ..atce" the meant. would.r I Ia fur reside out of the State of Florida, beyond the ? with this Company can do so on application 2,000 cases of the Gravel ; I. R. HARRIS Clerk Gadsden Circuit Court. dISH
nithcd to blilII I. &univeratl notice, when ftc ti""uurtl.i. jurisdiction of this Court but in the United States : lo R. B. POST. 1OOU cases of the Yellow Jaundice; By R. C. LESTER Deputy Cleik. i I dloH i dlOH .

virtues wiiuld% be. .n..1 and the appreciated. Thit tune has cume It is Ordered, That the said defendants, Henry D the meant are ; Flour &c5
an.t\it JI.YU rjVKQtti/.r.Efj rur.r.iRiT/o.Y gelt and David Harrow do appear and answer the 8O()/ cases of the Consumption, ,
'manufactured on the forfeit. .Ie.and it called fur ihnminxil Bill of CompUint filed in lhi, cau"e within four Just Received, And thousand of cases oftliseasesoftheblood, viz: Bagging, Rope, and Salt. RECEIVED per Schooner Randall Marshall
the length and breadth, of the !land twpeeiallr at it U found months from thedateofthe publication of Ibis or-I J A T LEWIS fc AMES Dru Store a fresh! supply Ulcers Erysipelas, Salt Rheum Pimples on the RECEIVED per Brig Ocilla and other vessels planting Potatoes,

bopbl.young of deen.. T.""Tow"" or u"Dd'.II decl..nl''' with age ..1 der, or Ihe said Hill will be taken for confestrd XA_ New and Valuable Medicines-among which Face, Scald Head, Tetter Neuralgia &,c.,.c., together Bagging, 1C; superfine Flour, .
never ehunen' tot for the belter;l hl u IIIon.' .. tot- against them ; .'11 i further Ordtred That pub. are the foil'iwing: with numerous ca.'es of Sick Headache, Pain 200 coils( Rope, 50 sacks Salt, for sale by

life Cheiniiirv.princqilri and*Y the* tcmlife latent dlnemenet" The of hirheit the knowledie have tarouglt. c.* lication of this ordei be made in some newspaperpublished DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE in the Side and Chest,Spinal Affections,i.c. tc. 6JJ( sacks Liverpool Salt, for sale by JOur DENHAlf.

DM rrqnmtiim' in the nmnuftctiire a the al I>r't : atTallahassce, once a week for the space BITTERS., This is the most successful medicine known in JOHN DENIIAM. Newport Januiry 20. IS49. 3

Sariapar.lla. rariprnla r.t U it ,ell know 1 medical of four months. Designed for, and trill cure Dy .ie.ci.ntnint imny medicinal |iropertiet and "'Ol pruiwrtieaiiiith | I Icettify I the above to he a true copy from the records (the Urinary Organs. Several thousand cases have Blacksmithiner.
Piles, .Scrofula Jaundice-and all kindred
,
uT u"clr."nI'lhe which II f retained in pre. Pickled Mullet.
raven; ale.r It fur u'e. |luure fn".ta' and rU. which ii inlunoui of Jefferson Circuit Court.C. diseases resulting: from a disordered stomach or impure been reported as cured when all other remedies have / lOOD. substantial, and cheap Blacksmithingof
in the 1)'oLR Ine .. |I.r"I.rue of ttanapanlla G. FIFE Clerk. ttateof blood. failed. BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLET, of VJ all kinds done at I ho
are preparation.en rtl-UU.If they that they are)' but entirely urtwmd evapiinite by a and iciemtift are loam jmcrtt the, March 31, lct i:>. 13 DR. HULL'S WORM[ LOZENGES Hundred of cases of Fits and Nervous Diseases, 50 the first catch, and in fine order. copied last year by Miller Shop& Brokaw.near my Stable, ,-

tnnwn unU..e.11'tr."ced in.1 mllluraciur. .Morruvrr.the The safest most effectual, and pleasant preparationbefore originating in Debility have been entirely cured and For :sale low by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. January 20, IS U. 3 A. A. FISHER.
1'0 .
riKit' und.r..h.r.helt.eJ. ,.u theve r : i.t\vah.l.A. ,.nhr.ouc propcrtut tlt SIX Months after date, shall apply to the Hon. Children or Adults.' Complaint.CAUTIOX. Tobaccos.--- LEWIS & AMES,

.,IfI e"n noil or clew the 1111 they pet a dark rolored e of Probate in and for the County of Leon HULL'S. COUGH LOZENGES; .
liquid from U m.t('sin ihr : IIU".I the root than for my discharge from the administratorship upon Will rnEVL.xT Consumption, and CUIF ra<;e* of (ffj-: Look out for Imitations.-Unprincipled perSons A FULL supply manufactured Tobaccos,just received DEALERS J

liqnid.any tKerten thing elie will: wmr Uie\, 'null c,n i then,...and tr.in then tint In.III"cull| It or"S.vapid,R. the goods chattels, and estate of Thomas Knight, Colds Asthma, Spitting ot t Blond, Pains al I the Side have copied our labels, and put up medicine in and for sale byMcNAIrGIIT ,. DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS OIL :

f.r.'RI.I.1'R.'tl: II SYKLT.: But such it not th deceased. ROBERT BUTLER, Adm'r. Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Com Ihe same shaped bottles. See that each Bottle has & ORMOND. Toilet Articles, Perfumery, ic. Window Clan. :
March 21, 1S49. 12-Gm Vial nts. the written signature of S. P. TOWNSEND.N. Newport, March 10, 1S49. 10 PAINTERS ,
GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S -AL- B.-Persons inquiring for this medicine should BIttsHsolD COLORS.
SAIISAPARILLA.Th' Leon Apo'hccnries' Glass Ware &c.
Notice. DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILL, not be induced lo take any other. Druggists put up CountyTAX IfEabove
to that constantly on hand and
Ii .iwrmred. all the inert "r"'Liel) of the P rtnpanUitriM.t for sale at the
Well known and Effectual Cure Sarnparil1a .anti of course prefer selling I their own, COLLECTOR'S SALE. T
.r lift rriu and '>r of fermentation U euractrd and then SIX Ilhal for Fever and and Fever Intermittent others have purchased that put up in small botllrs
rjl'; every Probate for of Jefferson ( Ague, y virtue of the power vested! in me by law, I LEWIS & AMES.
nvdinl I e or B
virluo n secured in a County
ronrentrmed make recommend
rr.rle.t ; and because greater profit
they
other Fevers. 1'iieereilucedto
and all
: Ib"llll.reniVrrd '"r.mhle.1 l.iiinc' .,f in vnla- tatters of dismission as Executor of Esther Korne- SttentyfiveCents have levied upon and shall expose for sale before Tallahassee November 20, IS47. 19
able and healing pruperliei. r.fpurid iu thit way.11'. i made the late of .aid: County deceased. prr Bo; them-do not be deceived by any-inquire for Dr. ( the Court House door in the city of Tallahassee,
mutt | werfiil 1.nll" theCure gay JOSHUA TAYLOR, Senr., Executor. The abote Medicine, fresh and gt'nlinl. are for Townsend's and take no other. on the first Monday in May next, ((1 IS.19,)the follow- MILLER & BROKAW'S'r
of iimtimoruMe djscacct.! sale LEWIS Principal Office: T20 Fulton st., Sun Building, N. described much thereof will
by ing property or so a*
..., March
In Henr iu f'ror the by re men n wh"'Olirn.>' me hear and commendations childrt n.'e on rind.'"it ery doing*iile 21, IS H. 12-Om &A1Ir te. "'a. Y., 10*> South P'arlllircet. Albany and for sale by pay the State and Cuunry Taxes due thereon for the Livery r & Sale Stable, 4

wontlr't: in Die cure of For certificates of recommendation, and other information all the principal Druggists Merchants generally year IS IS, to wit : E
('O..S".I'T/\: fnsrtrsr.1, end t.irr.n COM For Sale. : concerning the above Medicinessee future throughout the United States, West Indies, and the That body ol land lying in the County of Leon TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ,

PIf1XT! :. .':. *. IU/llTCWH'I.f.C(7.ft FR Ci'7'/(..\.PI.I. .:!.. FIRST RATE NEGRO MAN, about twenty. advertisements, and pamphlets! which may be obtained Canada. bounded North by Ihe line of demarcation, West by TilE subscribers have moved up tr their fire-prcof :
A
rl.Ts. B Lot-Till-.*. ant kfi.Tli.ii "ri.ine (rose two >years of age-field hand-by of the Agents. A fresh supply of the above valuabled medicine the Oclockonee River, South by Wakulla County Stables, and take this opportunity. to inform -
IlPCRr OF Til BLOOD. S. S. KNIGHT. March 1 S.JIS4S.1 3'i just received and for sale who'esale and retail by and East by I he St. Marks River known as "Forbes their friends and the public generally of (La
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It pn nn.nr EDWARD BARNARD Jr. fact. Being thankiul tor the liberal
"'' ,ul"n'fI"I'. tompltintt arUin?frl. Tallahassee, March 17, 1649. 11 Purchase," and purporting to belong to the Apalach- patronage the .
l.isj'.fs..fmr .,Ii'r .fikt S'emark. fi"ui circnla- DrugsMedicincs &c.EDWARD have heretofore
In':1 D. LAuD Newport. received, they solicit continuance
a
Land
icola .1
lion dvtrrniinntion .f|IIKH| lo ihe brail,italp.latlon the tir'art. Company.
coW fret and h"ol_...Id chIl. and hut fUfhet over Ir the Imdy. l It Liverpool Salt.I November II, I ISIS.I 17 Cm W4oSF.ISec7.T2R2SandE.Wof; of the same, and pledge themselves to spare no pains ;

liat ""lil equal bnd cenile in CM Ci,'r* ; and froiuotMeimy esIII.rIUI" ) ECEIVEO per Schooner Lucy Blake,COO Sacks BARNARD, JR., N E 4, Sec 19, T 2, R 2, S and E., owner unknown. for the accommodation ot those who may patronise ;
'lunj ilirnnt and every)' Ilh"{"'rlr."n; |- rcl.aing trictiire of the 1\Liverpool Salt. For kale by received, by the late arrival', afresh Gunny Cloth and Rope. E 4 S W 4, Sec 2-3T 1R1NandW.ownerun- them. Their Stables are situated on Washington !

Hut in noihmg I iu .\.-. i.nce: nmre iinnifetlly teen .tid:, ac JOHN DENIIAM.Newport : addition to his stock of GEN supply just received and for sale by known.W Square, in the most convenient pait of Ihe town, and i
..o".I-Jd; than FEMALE in all k nd nnd Mutecif 31st March ISJ9.Notce.. DRUGS AND MEDICINES: all of ]FRESH McNAUGHT & ORMOND. J lot No. 199, lying and being in old plan city for comfort and convenience, they cannot be surpasedby 1

It vnrkt Co*\1PLAINTS. are of good quality, low fur Cash. Newport, March 10, IS '19. 10 of Tallahassee, owner unknown.Lot any Stable in the Southern countrv.
(
< I' .Itivr .
.n.k" .. tier
tkttt'omu. ")"srrl'trtt ,.r..J. i.r l'aful 0111'J". ,". Irrvtplr Val'trnraJ i a gi-ner.il assortment of the follow No. 2, fnc sec I 13 ; lots 1 and 2, trio sec 21 ; November IS, IS-'15. 13
,', .,' the inenMriinl |I"hui. fie .ike ; nnd it at ellectiul genuine, \'iz : Groceries, &c. section 21 I ; W J, and N E 4 of Sec 25, and lot No.

lo'C1.rll! \the; nbtlnirtioni.lurum ff K.Jury and ttitrnjn., ALL plrson h3in dlmand,against the E-tall Rowan Ps Improved Tonic Mix BAGS RIO COFFEE:, 1 1.2. 3, -1 J, 5, 6, and 7, of Sec. 2H, in Township 2, N In Leon Circuit Court.
1"11 rrp i mire the penml 1 aye Ildward H. Wilder, late oJ Gad-den County,
tern. it of Wild Cherry, Brandreth's ID of R 1V.., containing 2131 acres, purporting to be-
Eitet Miia .0. sticnplli tl the! "L.e: lu. and hut deceased, will present them tu me without dcljv.J. ar S do. St. Domingodo. SPRING TERM, is 19.
rnrck"I f nl..flt.HU M. W. DAVIDSON Administrator. Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor 5 do. White Java do. lOll! to Albert A. Pickett and John II. Gindrar. Thouslin Lumf.kingent
and th di .(a.r ainl ileliility. March 10. 1519.I 10N01'ICB Sw, Worm, Cou. h, and Dinner Lo/.eiiges, Bonphr.d': : 2 do. Brown do. d.). v.of N W .1 of Sec 17, T I, R I. S and E, belonging Robert Lurnpkin, r"r1 .'II 3(II met t.
.1 IsijaJ ,rfttfl", ..\.(.,./ ..,,,.1'1'1'. flf "lhCr iimlndlev; Celebrated 1'evcraml Agin' R.ine'iv, LnreniaCordial.Thompson's \ :2 Rbls. ctujhcd Sugar, to estate of A. Branson, for taxes due for rs. Dtbt .Vo.,
ffilrftie t'lU. fiinrnn.ft. tc.ltcle I'lh.J..c. !1""hl": IK IHUIHY IVIN to ail "hm I J Ec Water, ( :tIIU,' Elixir of 0|>iuin, 2 Boxes Loaf do. years IS 1.I IS.M;, IS 17, and 1919. I William S. Carpenter. j I DamJgeSI-O.' :

the noinnrh "pi goad h.n'
Till
l'irH}end cuii.ii'| ti.in. .,UH 'Ci''I.'n.. OtftfltlIsfl.r. purirti: t..wela the skin of,| the Clerk's Office of t Ihe Circuit Court for the county ditto, Goraon'l Biliious and Anti-D)3jieptir penor linnily Flour, Cider, and While Wine Vine. long to W. G. Gould.JAMES "notice of ,the institution of the .bc.yr suit
.aqualiacs the circul.".im "flh"l bl."d| pr..!liirii.p. gouCerivIIy warmth of Jefieison, Middle Circuit of the State of Flori Pills, Anti-Dyspeptic pms, Peters' and gar. Codfish Herring*, Chocolate Candies, Sauces W. SHERWOOD, by attachment and appear aid plead tolhe declaration
,
line. all nil mrlrturct ver the and b.Mr.) nnd$ the Inll..IIt|irr<|"''ratirin, ; re. daa petition inbehalf Andrew. J. Moore in right Spencer's Pills, and is Agent for S. P. Town>end'scelebrated Pickles, Almonds Figs, Table Salt S.c. &c. Tax Assessor and Collector Leon. Count.v. filed in this case within the.U lime prescribed by-

In'lr.rl'ellbe ""llir.nervous IIhlltl." ymeifi.''I''el I not olmirnctinnv lb., then and of his wife, Rachel Ann Moore! one uf the heirs at Sars.iparilla, in quart bottles, at Si ,per Received per brig Suwannee, and for sale by October, 15 IS. 11 ti law. H. N. GRAY

Tlc medicine you }iirc-cmluenily) nrrd ? law of Kbcne/er Folsoni, late of said County deceased bottle. AUo, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from McNAUCHT & ORMOND. Tax Collector's Sale. Attorney for Plaintiff.
any of th.-.e things I he niid of S. P. Town-end't infe who died intestate, for the partition of the Heal puie e Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable/ for the Newport, March 10, IS-I!. 10 December 30, ISIS. 21 3o
rior article t Thi ""utie m m' limiiii i I. not in l lo property and slaves of the estate of the said Ebcne- sick or ordinary Use than that usual!)' sold, London BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law, I

COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S, zer Folsom dccea od, and that 1 will apply to the Porter, &c.. &.c. Take Notice. have this day levied upon, and will expose for Notice.
liraiuIIo'ot'one em-: ) i Acr. that the one i. INCAP.'OR.E! the Third!Monda in June the June 10. ISIS.. 47 sale before the Court House, in the city cf Tallahassee -
Court next for
and on ) appointment subscribers their
-- -- --- respectfully request cns-
0 VJ'JCIUUI.\'ll the first in June the creditors, legatee, and entitled to
follow-
TilE en Monday next, persons
NEVER of Commissioners to make partition of 1 ALL
SPIL For New York. to call and settle (their accounts immediately in the
estate ot James
*hile the other Doj.s : ''.' :, and ?,/AiriW said estate according to law. Monticello, March 3, have at the North ing property or so much thereof as will pay the Slate I M. Hart.hte
as they engagements
t"W,c".C.ninr It .11f frugnii'nti ; the sour, ncid liquid 14 Ibl'J., THOS. JEFF. : and County Taxes due by the owners thereof for the off Jefferson County, deceased, are hereby notified
din(!. otlirr eSII.1 I'I.o1cit which must be met promptly, and earnestly hope that their claims
Inr II! FiNdt : Mu.t not thl horl.lf year 1SH, to wit : and demands wilt be barred at the
JIId'I.'I"it.nlu to the 6)'lt ;,vt aad tat* t ((or Pctitiolr. their friends will ad: them in so doing, or (they will of
-1'4r expiration two frcm this
date
elrfnUf breatrd KHartd! March 10 ) Lots New. ID, and part of 175, and 7G. O. P and years unless the
'haIClls' l Urolollla| but IF 11)31Notce. JvTl be compelled to place their claims in the hands of
acd! .1.\1 not all:! know that when f. Ml ,.Iro .our ttoni- 152 N. A. of Tallahassee belonging Anderson same are exhibited to the subscriber ; and all jierscnjwholiave
ad.. 1Isi'rhcF! it ;pMdiiwi J hClriur pall.l.Itll an Attorney for collection. I Peeler. any demands against the said deceased are

and e.MTtij.tloa n the lat the liver,!C"n'III''t..| "t diHUhl1 it '. rr.lllrr.an colic.tcid Months after apply to the Hon. TIm: REGULAR LINE OF PACKF-S between N. H.11 unsettled accounts closed from this I Lots Nos. SI I, "2, S3, S4, and S5, N. A. cf city of hereby notified to present them without delay ; and
Irr.ful" York and St. Maiks( willcommence date, March 3d, IS 19.
liumor In the b.Nly 1 What produie all tl.e humors whichiTiiigoii SIX lwpnrt. Tallahassee, belonging to Charles F. Mercer.JAMES those indebted to said estate are now called upon t<>
I'riibalefrGadsden for letters I
Ju"li"n, II tlie5k WtHtl :'H'III!'. JV\'er *.'I. and all ulu-Mtiout: in> dimitfsion. from the administration of the estate of and continue throughout the entire year, tiz: March 3,1S49. 'J-lOw .
ANN
Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon HART
,
lcrn.1 nt.d County.
: I it ,
CU"rn I n.thln1de henren. hut nrid James II. Gibson, W Josseln Master
Brig ,
,
.llb.t.1Ire which '"lr.. Inlllu, sunii| all the fluids of the deceased.H.. n. GIBSON, Adm'r.March ." AltALLA Trim do. SACKS SALT JUST RECEIVED BY November 1". ISIS. 13 ts Qualified Executrix. .
lMidy.tiir.re or lew.Vhut r.II.. UhetuiiatiMii: but a tour or 100 Jefferson County, February JO, 1549. 5 6w
ac.d fluid. which IntinuntPii IN ef! between thl j4iiul. nndel.ewnere 10, IS 19.) 10-Cm t LUCY Hosmer, do. S. S. KNIGHT & CO. Notice.

IfriUUnc, am: ulnl'nJ the delicate tikMicj ux.n| V.h.ch t SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (new,) March 3, IS I 19. 9 month after date I shall the Hon
It arts' M of cart, ": .,., impurity of the' l.lood.! ot In Chancery. SIX apply to Fair Warning.aLL .
di ranged "Icnllt.ld. e.nearly! .1 the itiliucntt which olflcl t WACISSA, Perry), do. (new.) Judge of Probates for the County of Gads-
human, nature. IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT. These Brigs are built in the most substantial: manner For Sale.mwo den for letters of dismission as Executor on the estate persons without reserve positively, indebted

C Now u.e tl"'* i nut norr.ble to n.1 and tell, and tf ite'f worn Thomas Drown ts. Christopher Williams, George expressly for this trade, and are commanded by I NEGROES, man and wife, first rate charac- of Samuel Strickland,dec'd. late of said county. to subscriber for lS-7-'S! either by not

80UJXG, }FKRMKNTI.VG: ACID "COMPOUND" I;. Dennis, William Williams, James J. Vickers, careful and experienced Captains. Freight and passage i JL ter.the woman a firal rate house servant, Cook II. II. STRICKLAND, Executor. or account, or otherwise, if not settled by the 10th
OF S. P. TOWNSKND.: Sat ah Vickers and William Mancr. at the lowest' rates. Agent*- I Washer and Ironer. Persons wishing to buy such January 27. IS 10. 4 March next, will most positively pay cost.

and jet I* "''llt l.iln h .te it un.'.,&.."that Old lr. Jnrot virtue of a decree rendered in the above recited COE ANDERSON & CO., property will please i all soon, as I lam anxious 10raillc February 17, ISiO. 7 S. F. BURNEY.
.J.o"n.Id." Oil' *)rsj&iaJ it an BY 10 Beaver street, New York. Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
bar'"J".rila S. S. KNIGHT.
UI'-'nU the went-first November
heaven forbid IIAIe .1"11 dAI'a' In article which would A. D. 1SIC in the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit JOHN DENIIAM.McNAUGHT Tallaha".eeMarch 31, IS'19. 13 TilE subscribers have on hand two hundred and
'"er the nosl 'TV"11 r.I'n.111Dr.t.. $. P. Tnwn.nd'* article iit and for the County of Leon, in favor of said &OR ID.; ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which they A LL creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to I
ri/.rir ,should' Iinl"!! 'B Ul"n.| Uie Old UI.uh.CnDnlai. and against said Defendants, (the su- Wa 8. IDDLWORTiHI II have obtained direct from the manufacturers, and distribution in the estate ol Richard Jones, late |

..t p"reha.rs' | airl'"ho bate< .hlnll.olf used **. .rrl"Dt"".eBd' 1Rilfr1j w ho ,, 'told.. j pert-edeas Complinant. granted at the application of some Newport, August 12, ,IS.18. they will warrant it to be a superior article. cf Jefferson County, deceased, are hereby notified |
ttPOUNti.We of the defendants being by agreement set aside and -Cloth.- Attorney at Law, We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines that their claims and demands will be barred at the

It. I'. ,'Ilb It v"d'r.t. t.tlU.It I U the .*.? fe.r*. that removed,) I will ofler at public sale,for cash, before Gunny Montircllo, Jefferson County, Florida. by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute expiration of two years from this date, unless the
.u"o" .
unit' ,
aparitla ',. a"ill Old' '>' Jacob Town endsS.r.ther supply, EXTRA HEAVY, daily ex orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail same are exhibited to the subscriber ; and all
are '"' apart' ."* >,"/> dias.rpil.r; that the Court House door in I the City of Tallahassee-on A SAL attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle per
loc are unlike. '" eery 'P'lrt-cul' h.'intuolone single thing Monday the seventh day of May next, within legal for sale byMcNAUGHT WILL .and of the County Columbia in the on the most accommodating terms. sons who have demands agairut the said deceased
A.e"IIO"t1. p. hours : All of lot number one hundred and seV.enly.ninl &ORMOND. Eastern Circuit.March3lLStO.. We have also a few account yet due to us for the are hereby notified to present them without delay,
hrlI.t,!, !pbnrl"c'uli.t-kIIW.TO"DWlld 'I n"' dort"r-"" ni tnt. >"f""au.'Hcine'V,T '"'at.or is dt-no, ((179),) in the original plan of the City of Newport, November IS, 181S. IS 13 year IS 17. They are generally in small amounts, and those indebted to said estate are now oiled upon
ease than any but if the whole could be paid shortly, it woold to make immediate payment In
C'IIu.n. inwieniific. tmprore..ion l man. Tallahassee, to be sold to satisfy the sum of three go
resume what ZII..tte scientiflc can nor the' ; ,puiaiic hive that, they ire rcceitln, a thousand one hundird and and twenty-six dollars Hamilton County Tax Sales. Land For Sale far towards liquidating certain sums which we owe.. JAMES R. TUCKER, Sheriff,
.lir" nuiinliB all &h.\irtuetofthe virtue of the vested in me by law, I LEWIS & AMES. and ex officio Administrator of said estate.
Aic.tied in which mentioned in said decree of the interest.B. power
1'rrrllltald are InehlN.hle than BY .q R.I RE CHAJTCE!
'blh "1,1&: &e .\(E 1'1 of .J..I'u.I.w tr :.of F. WlTSFR. shall expose for sale before the Court 101' April 29, ISIS. 41 Jeffersoa county, February 10, 149. 6 8wW.
hlhh.Hut Apiil 7, 1S19. 1 U ).. door, in the town of Jasper Hamilton rniHE land known as the "Overstreet Tract." 9 -
.tlll.l..b..II''o""I"tl,1 front on. who know, ), JL miles north of Tallahassee the Thomas. Thomas Jeff. Heir
not rida, on the fourth Monday in April, the following near ,
ISH
tnr(11'rtl..I)e' rd/cin.or. dlHaae It TN1Iire. I Ionut described yule road, adjoining Gov. Branch's plantation containing 6AITHER BURGESS & CO.
.t fel.O$ .rook Ir.d ""'J lp at-en a decnt Notice. properly, or so a! ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW ,
:i. 1lw I''tb' u...hllrtt I jt that the, .III".n ho ain will be sufficient to pay the State and County taxes 7 or bOO acres. Will be sold low, and on
persons W in the Cite lit Court in each &
.rllnle medicine. ".! n" QJIXmonths after date,I t.hall apply to the Hon. practice Receiving Forwarding Commission
( due thereon for the year ISIS, to wit: satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For WILL ,
WF.UC STOMACHS O of the Middle Circ jit, and in the Supreme
AND Judge of for I the of Jeffersonlor -
KNFF.EBLED probate
,build) alaI wvU Hit umlicnl !nTiAS.. I county Also, the S E 1 of the S E 4 of Sec 31 ,Township further particulars apply to Barnard Tallahassee, Court and United States District Court MERCHANTS.AL8C
| .>|iertie of plnnti.. litters dismission administratrix de bonis non a .
''-le.,f ecurmc and their toll, a 1, Range 13, North and Cast, purporting to belong or DANIEL LADD, New Port. Tallahassee.
tsuaflszt.nhj.e rlUrlMllln. hellnirlH with the will annexed, Jeremiah Johnon, late of ----
""! : to the estate of Benjamin Chaires. i Jan. 13, 1 1S19. 2 tf
C. Ila}.tr lDo t..,w to adail| reined,let to these, ll eiitei aleet! said countydeceased. MARY S. JOHNSON. AlsotheEofS E I, the W i SWandSE Monticello January29ISIS. 23 Dealers in Western Produce
,
a-ornde4 ct httuia.nlty r.. tpnn"IDdl.!lle hos.unonnnsie II the despairsig, ., ,r"'UI h.hn into Jefferson County,April 7th, 1&3'J. 14 4 of the S W 4, and the W 1 of Ihe S E 4 of Sec 25, I Confectionery and Bakery. Medical Notice. 62 Pojtlras Street New Orleans;
Irto"health and biuiii. v.g..r ; the IKluR.. t the W of the N W and the! N E of f the N KINDON would inform his friends and
ben. a.,1 10 bonLb Inc eruahe bm of Attachment.Silas J 4, 4 W HENRY .. 3,1S49. 5 Cm
L.
Inll.nlif "'"' lilLJ Acton generally, that he has on hand and It. G. WIRT M. D CALL M. D.
lass tll :l'JI TO\\'lI4lO: 4 of Sec 3fi, Township 1 1. Range 13, North and East,
Li. ttGUT -d 'UO.lloe or","rtumty k" .Uhl. II' F. Burney, ) Amount sworn to $50 4'.10. purporting to belong to the t'nion Bank. is constantly manufacturing CANDIES of all kinds, P RS. WIRT & CALL have associated themselves
in the practice of Medicine, Surgery &.C., and Notice.
Grand Uuivpn Concentrated t > Damages, 1GO Ut) Aiso lot No- 3 of fractionalsection 7,in Township such as: .
llenicdy). Isaac Hutto. ) Bond $1O 00. I. South of Range East, laying on the Suwannee PEPPERMINT: LEMON DROPS offer their services to the public. months after date, I shall apply to the lion-
within the reach and &nl kn.leilKe of all. who need i Illkai TlF defendant and all others interested are here- River purporting 1.belong lo S. B. Thompson.Also CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY Office over Drug Store,Monticello Florida. SIX of Probate for the County of Jefferson (for

Uey wjy iraiisceitdfiit ieitm and I)"Joyful' Uf.r.nr.| iw notified of the commencement of this suit (the S W 4 of Sec i, Township J. Range 1 13, W1NTERGREEN: BARLEY CANDY, Auzust 5, JS-t9. 3 ly letters ol dismission as Executor of William V'

\ to Heal. returnable to the Ciicuit Couit to be held at Talla- South and East, purporting to belong to William J. HOARHOUND ; Mathers, late of said county, deceavd.
DR. J. S. BOND
Sold wholesale} and retail Ly has i-e, in the"County of Ln and Middle Circuit of Mills. And various others, among them several! that are SOLOMON E. MATHERS.

THOMPSON. SKILLMAX &: CO. the State of Floridaon fourth Monday ((2Clh WILEY LEE, Tax Assessorand useful for colds coughsand is prepared tomanu OFFERS his rroessionalervices to the citizens Jefferson County, February 10,15-19. 6 6m
; day)) of March, A. D.) 1S40- and lo appear and pleadto Collector for Hamilton County, 18-13.: facture any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both and surrounding country.
102:: Nassau street New \'ozk.k
-
the name. WALKER &GWYNN, October 21, 1843. 14 wholesale and retail. Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel. Great Bargains.
k 1 And by LEWIS & AMES, Feb. 21, 14O. S Ally's for l'l'f. lie is also prepared.to carry on Baking in all its .. Wav29lS17.15 If
Tallahassee. branches from the plain Loaf of Bread to t the most
p April 21, 1S49. 16-1 Agents, Iron, &c. months after Notce.SIX apply to the Hon. exquisite Cakes and Pies. Patties and the publiccan Wakulla Circuit Court.IN SELLING OFF AT COST !

..' FULL assortment of Iron,2 to 7 inches \\ide. of Probate for the County of always be accommodated by giving timely notice CHANCERY.-BILL FOR RELIEF. AT the Store of L. & H. GREENBERG & CO,
- -- -- Jeferson.
A 40 kegs Nails, assorted sixes, for letters of dismistion as Administrator 11m at the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferion street, offered the greatest bargains of the seyjj"Goodi -
I Hail Road Notice. Just receivtd and for sale byMcNAUGHT non of Karquhai Macrae, late of said County, dec'd. opposite thie illcliou Room of J{. 1I. Bes ry, Esq., Henry II. Walker Complainant, of every variety can be had for cash iftK st
ORMOND. RICHARD HARRISON. TallahalsC'P, Dt'C. 16, IS 13. 22 vs. prices, and some below New York co t. IlaTiuf
& Joseph Delafield and Lewis Curtis Trustees of the
Newport, March 10, 1&49. Jefferson County, September 0, IS4S. 8 Cm In Leon Circuit Court. Apalachicola Land Company et al, Defendants. made np their minds to close business desire soon, purchasers have-
will do well to call earlyif they to
Flour Sugar Potatoes Ate. In Wakiilla Circuit Court. James Oatcs Compt., } In Chancery.vs. IT appearing to the satisfaction of Ihe Court, by the best selections. Positively no credit willbff

is hei-eby'gven to the Stockholders of Daniel Ladd, Compt., ) In Chancery Fall Term. > December, 1S4S. affidavit made in this case that Joseph Delafiek .
NOTICE Talal'3see Rail Road that on 1 fBBLS.. and 10 half Bbl,. superfine Flour, M.. > December 5th, 184 3. Rebecca l'. Gates, Def. ) Bill for Divorce. and Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid, and Louis All persons indebted to them, will pleas come

I ), day cf June net.Cmpany.an will IU 10 do. Whisky, Joseph F. Dyer Deft. ) Hill to foreclose a mortgage.- appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by McLane, Charles Augustus Davis and George Gris- forward early, and settle their accounts.

be held at the Office of the Company inTallahassee, 10 llat appearing to the satisfaction of (the Court bv IT affidavit this case,that Rebecca Frances: Oat es. wold, reside out of the State of Floricb,and beyond Those indebted to the late concern in Monticello
Jor seven Diretor to manage the nflairs of aid :Db. .Vacuum Proes" Sugar, IT affidavit in this case that Joseph F. Dyer resides the said defendant resides beyond the jurisdiction of: the jurisdiction of this Court but in the United will find their accounts with WILLIAM BUDP*

Company or twelve tnonlha from that date. Ke. Butter, out of the Stale of Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction this Court, and out of the Slate of Florida but in States : It is Ordered, That the said Joseph Dela- Esq., who i ij duly authorised to receipt for the iaro -
K. K. CALL Preg. T. R. Co. 4 Gunny Bags of this Court, but in the United States :-It it the State of Alabama : It is ordered that Ihe said field and Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid and January 27,1S-IO. 4

t. 1 Tallahassee, April 1 7,1S49. 3in-14 (Sentinel. 2 Boxes Oran&ts. Ordered, That the said Joseph F. Dyer, a aforesaid Rebecca Frances Gates do appearand plead answer Louis McLane, Charles Augustus Davis and George f
Received per Tallahassee, and for sale by In appear and plead answer or demur, to the or demur to the said Bill of Complaint or the said Gr is wold,do appear and plead, answer or demur to S. S. KNIGHT d CO.
McNAUGHT & ORMOND. said bill of the said bill will be said bill complaint, or the said bill be taken fur
: Now complaint, or taken Bill will be taken pro eonftsso against t the said de
V: Opening Newport, March 10,1649. 10 of pro eonfesto against the said defendant.-/VotJded. fendant. Provided that t the publication of this or. confessed against them: Provided That publicationof Wholesale and Ketalt Grocers, and Provlsbu

,, COME and see a general assortment of and Summer That the publication of this order be made in i der be made in some newspaper printed in Tallahassee this order b. made in some newspaper printed in Dealers.TALLAHASSEE .
F.I '. Dry, and Staple Good, Spring Clothing. some newspaper printed in the city of Tallahassee once a week for the period of four months. the city of Tallahassee once a week for the period of FLOZtIDA.K .

hate, HotIflcttlHcadyJfadeclothl&ig, CLAnK hand, and ofFer for sale at Z

I.ffioeeand Boots, Crockery Glat. but lelet assortment of' SPRING AND THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. William P. Duval, Coccpt's Solicitor.A A Hue copy from the record. small advance on cost, for cash, all the staiw'

"\11owandlar Ware. SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a few artj. AI true copy ; 2 GEO. L.Brtr ANT,Clerk. true copy. I 1). MCRANCY Clerk. GEORGE L. BRYANT Clerk. ard articles in their line. Flours of approved quaI*

I 1 }1. BURNEY.April des, such asDrills By J. B. Keen, D. C. December 91843. 21 4m ities-Sugars,, Coflee! Teas Bacon, Hams, W*'
.l lIlt, 1819. 14 Drap d'Cte Notice. Dec. 18th, 1948. 2 Soap, CandId Lard, and all similar rtiele! +r'

:11 Cahhmcrcttes, Marseilles, &c. months after date I shall apply to the Hon. Salt and Rice. gether with FrniH, Irish Potatoes, Onions.I"*'

For New York. Suitable to manufacture, and to be disposed of for SIX ;e of Probate (for the County of Jefferson Long Cottons wanted. sale, to arrive in Britt Fiorina, Raisins, Figs. Almonds,an all other articleit1"

regular Packet Brig LUC, Hosmer master, CASH and CASH ONLY, at moderate prnfll: and for letters of dismission as Administrator of Faul de 500 BALES RoNer-S'Mo' Sea Island Cotton FOR Sacks Liverpool Salt, found irt similar establishment

- ., THE sHI abote. For freight or J>paoagc. ape would cordially invite their old lilends ; cutCm. Malhabe, deceased. are wanted, for which the full value will 25 small packages Carolina Rice.McNAtGHT Store next door above G. II. Mt'inniS5', on

a ply to' JOHN .DKNJIAM. en local! and purchase.Tallabassee'Narch RICHARD HARRIS be given byj) S. F. BURNEY. ,& OMOND. roe street.

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