The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
Alternate title:
Floridian and journal
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
Creation Date:
April 7, 1849
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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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:
General Note:
Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note:
Supplements accompany some issues.

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

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and collecting :and preparing information'to 'be I died dollars wages of workmen, three thousand six hun
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TERMS : ; For miscellaneous items, one hundred and fifty fuel, material contingent expenses, incudin' dollars instead of his salary of eighteen For the ,
For miscellaneous expense two thousand eight dollars.In. ?, stationery,repairs and, hundred presents! expenses incurred tinder the joint resolu
Tunrc JOLL.'RI per annum, if paid ;in advance. hundred dollar thousand five hundred dollars. : dollars ; and that he,be allowed clerk at (ion of August eleventh,eighteen hundred and

TlIRCE ", if paid within SIX inolltl.8. In the office tie, First the office oftlie Postmaster General. At lYtlC\ Orleans. one thousand dollars per annum ; eight-"A resolution authorizing t he submisii; ;forty-J of .
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Comptroler. For blank books, and fuel salary of the recorder of land titles in Missouri certain claims to aibitration
TOUR DOLAR if not paid until the end of(lieyear.fjrjThese For blank o binding stationery, onethousand For salaries superintendent (wenty-five hundred!
binding, dollars t treasurer, coi'le heretolor paid out of of lands five dollars the
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teuns will be rigidly adhered (Jo, and and labor, one thousand seven dollars For assayer, melter and refiner and two cleiks, twelve hundred survey same to disbursed under (he authoiitv -
no will discontinued until all ,'. are For hundre. ; iems. four hundred doUr. thousand nine hundred dollars dolar.; of (he Secretary of the Treasury; 'l
cases books
bt arrearage also ; .
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preserve papers ; In the expenses be in the fur For
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unless the of the publishers. Sub desks office Commissary Gf nival For wages of workmen fifteen incUn.d expenses that may be incurred in the fur
paid, at option and writing tables one thousand five hundred o o (thousand five hun ther execution of the act of first July, hun- they execution
three months Subsistence.; dred eighteen of the {tact of first of July
scribers be received (or at One ; dolar'; died and for eighteen
Dollar-wi monthj at $1 50. Every order for the dolar carpet, oilloths. and chairs, in eight rooms Fer blank books binding, stationery, prilling, For machinery and machinist, fifteen hundred dol. settlers under forty-eight the acts, thereleC[ of the bona fide of. fide hundred settlers and forty-eight, for the relief of the bona
must be with advertising, labor, and fuelone thousand I lars ; occupation under (the acts for the armed
paper out, of this county accompanied one thousand ; t eight bun- Florida-the proviion.of said act being continuedand Florida occnpation
the cash unless the order comes through any of our For miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars.In drcd dollars ; For incidental and contingent expenses, including extended! till the day of October eighteen and the( provision of said act being continued
authorized} in the State.ADVERTISEMENTS For miscellaneous items hundred and fuel, material, stationery, frt extended till the first day Ocfeber
regularly agents office; oftlic fiecond Comptroller.Foi one iffy water-rent, repairs and hundred and fortJ-ninC hundred dollars; teen hundred and eigh
dollars. wastage, addition to forty-nire, one thousand fire .
blank books, binding, stationery, and printing available lunda on hand, For salaries ot Assistant Treasurers ol the United sired dollars hun '
twenly-for thon ;
blanks, including pfly for the National Intelligencer In the office of the Chief Engineer. GOVERNMENT!and six hundred dollars. New York, Boston Ci arleston,and St. Lou. To Robert Beale, for his services 0 :

Will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per squarer and Union, to be filed, bound and preserved for the For blank books, binding, stationery, fuel, aid IN OREGON.THE TERRITORY OF i is, eleven thousand five hundred dollars ; entree in a journey to Virginia to and expenses in .

twelve lines (for the first, and fitly cents for each use of t the ofce. seven hundred dollars; printing, seven hundred dollars ; For salries of For salaries of ten clerk, authorized by the act of Tyler of his accession to the notify President
r subsequent insertion. A reasonable deduction For furniture,:md miscellaneous items, Fur miscellaneiu items, three hundred dollars. dian affairs,>three g V'ror and superintendent of In Ihe sixth of August t, eighteen hundred and forty-six, 1 dred dollars ; presidency, three hun-
hundied dollars. the office the General. judges!, and secretary, ten thousand I and of the twelth of August, hvr.dred For 4
will be made on legal notices, estate notice, }early eight II Surgeon five hundred dollars eighteen and the correction of erroneous and defective
notices without alteration, by persons having In tlC office of the First Auditor.For For blank books f binding, stationery,', printing, For contingent expenses; of said forty-eght.nine thousand dollars ; veys in southern Michigan, at a rat, not sur '
regular accounts with the office. books, binding, stationery ', printing, and fuel, one hundred and ten dollars; thousand five hundred dollars territory, one ; New York salary of chief clerk Assistant Treasurer, six dollars per mileten Ihom nd dollars;exceeding.

All announcements of candidates for office, FIVE books, and labor, one t thousand two hundred dollars For miscellaneous items, sixty-five dollars.In For compensation and mileage; members one thousand five hundred dollars To supply a deficiency in the appropriation in the
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DOLLAR*-invariably in advance. No attention For miscellaneous: items three hundred dollars ; the office/ the Colonr of Ordnance. legislative assembly, (.fcCrl, clerks, arid contingent f> the For contingent expenses under (the act for the act entitled ,fa o safe-keeping1, collectiontransfer
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will be paid to any order for announcement,unless In the office of the Second Auditor. For blank stationery, and print expenses of the assembly, twenty thousand six hun- of(the and disbursement appropriations for (Ihe fiscal year ending the thir
public revenueof sixth
accompanied: with the cash. For blank books, binding ', and ing, five hundred dollars ; urea aelalS. ,1..1: __" t.,_. ___ L August! eighteen! hnnuivu teenth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-nine,
A\\\\ religious, marriage, :and obituary notices published .\ printing blanks, one thousand stationery five lbor. For miscellaneous items, five hundred and sixty- JUDICIARY. ded, miu That ioriy-9ix, niicen inousand elollar? : Pori- approved (the twenty-six th of January,eighteen hun
no said
; of
( parts fifteen dred
sum and "
gratuitously; hut editotial notices fo priVHte In the office of the Third Auditor.For one dollais. Fr salaries of the Chief Justice of the Supreme dollars shall be expended for clerical forty-nine, under a resolution of She- House
benefit will be adveitisemcuts.JOB In tho Bureau Court, ami services ; of the seventh of August
charged a blank books!, binding, printing, stationery, of Topographical Ilnginccrs.For (hciHar.d elolbrs the eight asotialp judges, forty-one For compensation to special agent to examine: tV-pii/Kf A\* .' o ..-_. .,.-eighteen..- w r..IUJib hundred lu uitriuucTS and fur-
and labor, one thousand dollars ; blank books binding stationery, labor, and ; books accounts anil mnny on l. il me several of the house the books therein authorizes the
WORK. For miscellaneous items., two hundied; fuel, seven hundred and filly dollars; For salaries of the district judges, sixt>-three a'11101t on hand in the several depositories. under of three thousand eight hundred and sum

Vft are well prepared} \ execute Job Work, such In the office! of the/ Fourth (dolar. ; For miscellaneous items,,five hundred dol'ars' ; thousand Forsalarks seven hundred d lau ; tho )of sixth August t, eighteen hundred. and dollars and fifty cents ; ninety-three
blar.ks For compensation of and four of the chief jl of the District of forly-siv five thousand dollars For clothing For the
as billscards, pamphlets with neat- For blank !superintendent ; support, redemption of the (
bloks.llndil stationery, printing, :and watchmen of the northwest Columbia, the associate judges! the of the and medical rnasury scrip heretofore
"Cl and despatch. /.I.I w fifty criminal
except for persons having ( vcaily accounts with For miscellaneous i1emtwo hundred; dollar t thousand seven hundred and ten dollars; and orphans' couit, ten I thousand seven the District: of Columbia, six thousand four hundred' ised to (the non-commissioned officers, musicians prom,
the office must be for For contingent expenses olsaidbuildino, : for hunl1rec d.Jar ; dollar ; and privates, the ninth
paid I delivt-iy. ViT by section( of th
In the office/ of tIe Fifth! Auditor.For l labor, fUll, and light, two thousand lour hundred !of the :attorney General, and the clerk For I the support, care, and medical treatment of eleventh of February, eighteen hundred* act of the
_._ ___ _' blank books, binding, stationery, and I labor, I dollais ; and messenger in his: office, six t thousand one hun twelve transient pauper medical or surgical patients raise for a limited time and -

BY AUTHORITY, four hundred and twe>nt-five dollais-; For miscellaneous: items, one tlxusand six hundred I d rfd dollars ; in the Washington Infirmary, two thousand dollars, t force, and for other an, and additional for inilitarj -
For miscellaneous items, three hundred and fifty 4 4dolas. dollars:; I Fur contingent expenses tithe (Ice of the Attorney to be expended under the direction of the faction in money of such purposes bounties, due the sa:is-
-- For rent ofsixly additional for offices General, five hundred dollars ; sion of Public Provided Commis.1 under aai.t i ]
rooms (prop.etly : Buildings : That section jf said act as those to
Iris nod Rr! oll1ols jjassrd) at the Second Session In the office of the Treasurer.For armed,) eight thousand fvt hundred dollars : For the purchase of )law books and! the necessary icians and surgeons of the aforesaid infirmary give may elect to receive in money instead whom they are due

Thirtrth Congress. blank books, binding, stationery, labor, and Provided, That the Secretary can prourethe bookcases for SJid office, t\O thousand dollars ; bonds for the maintaintenance of twelve pauper; hundred thousand dollars. And (the
printing, one t thousand dollais. ; t rooms at the rate of said sum of right thousand Fur salary of the reporter of the decisions of the transient patients during one year, application be Treasury is hereby directed, : -

(No. 31.] AN ACT making appropriations for the For miscellaneous items, five hundred dollars ; f five hundred dollars,'per annum : .'lt p'ovM.i also, lars Supreme Court, one thousand three hundred dol. made for their reception, or bind themselves to be passage of .this act, to give notice,

t 'i and diplomatic expenses of government for In the office/ of the Register. That the said appropriation for rent shall not be ; keep rooms for the accommoda'ion of twelve pauper for sixty days, in at least me of (the he'I'

the ear ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen For blank books, binding: stationery) and labor, ronstrued into a pledge or guarantee on tIle palt of For additional compensation to the district judgeof patients weekly on an average during the' )ear; pets in Washington city, Baltimore,
liundied and fifty, and for other purposes. including the printing; of blank ceilificates of registers t the, government, to rent said rooms after the present Louisiana (for the Sear ending the thirtieth of For the wardon,,elerk, physicanchaplain, t three New York, and Boston, and in such

Be__..it_.tlartrd:__, _r .,._ tlie :Scuttle. ., ...,ana_,__ JOlt of' :_Itfjinj :_-,, .! ,.enrolments. ( and- .licenses of vessels, and oilier appropriation is exhausted. dred June, eighteen hundred the and fo"-eieht.of the six hun assistant keepers, five guard, and messenger of the he may deem expedient, that the 1 1or
To i
frClrUCICI ,1r t mien UUI vjimnira. H. lan s lor the xise of t the collectors of the customs, enable the Secretary of War to nay> the balance .:__-, do1ars-being .deficiency< -- appropri-. penitentiary, of the District_ ,of Columbia,eight thonsI I terest of such scrip as has been or mar
(' sembled, That the following sums he,p three thousand dollars ; of the estimated cost of the building, ;>f the Choctaw "VI lui nidi year-anaeigni nunure-u aOlars tor the and rive hundred: and fifty dollars ; to the first of July, A. D. eighteen hundred

and hereby are, appropriated out of any inonej) ilthttreaury I Ful miscellaneous items, one thousand dollars. Academy to Colonel R. M. Johnson ol Kentucky aear ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred For three inspectors of said penitentiary, three t for'y-nine, will be paid on (that day on and

not otherwise appropriated, fo the objects .. In the ojjice of the Solicitor. six thousand dollars. and fort-nio' under the provisions of I use first .secl l hundred dollar ; at t (the treasury of (the United States, and presentation that '
hereinafter for the fiscal NAVY lion of the act of seventeenth of June, hundred For of loans (tha
endin and
eighteen notes interest
expressed year ;; For blank books, expenses treasury twentvthousand on such scrip will cease on that
slationeiy, 'rintingcir.
day. And
the thirtieth of June, eiglc.en hundred and /} culars and blank forms binding for reports of district For component inn' of the Secretary of the Navy,, and forty-for ; t dollars: ; and fur the same during the re"- t Ihe said Secretary is further directed no't ( issue
namely : and t the I the clerks, messengerand assistant messenger compensation of Ihc district attorneys-being maiuder of the current fiscal tear, six thousand cols for said afler o
)6, marshals, of courts, and labor,one thousand two hundred dollars bounty thatdaybutto pay (he
clrls each law
in ,as prescribed I lars
LEGISLATIVE I his office bj
and fifty twelt -one thousand nine hundred I -seven ; same in money out of (his appropriation ufalf
For compensation mileage of senators, in- m. For miscellaneous items; two hundred dollars and fifty dollars ; tlionjand four hundred dollars ; To make good deficiency in the fund for the reliefof when the person entitled to the in cases
bounty land
berg of the House of Representatives and delegates I For statutes and those ; For (compensation of the chief cf the Rureau ol For compensation of the marshalls, six thousnd sick seamen, fitrcen thousand dollars ; elect to receive money in lieu (hereof shall
reports the
t-even hundred and sixt}-eight thousand two hundrectlollais 'L IL several SI atrs, une thousand including of Navy Yards and Docks, and of the! ci\'i engineer, eight hundred! dollars; For repairs of Ihe cutcm-house and wharf at For completing the room under the;
office iii
; In the dolars. draughtsman, clerk, and messenger his office, For defrayinging the expenses of the Snpeme,circuit Phmouth. North Carolina, one hundred dollars ; t the Senate, and the staircases and post
For compensation and mileage of senators and ojiccofthc Commissioner of ihc General .I eleven thousand four hundred dollars ; and district courts of the United Slates, including For the purchase of such scientific woik as are nicating therewith, and I he circular passages commu

members of the House of Representatives, and dele- Land Ojjice. compensation of the chief of the nurH: of the District of Columbia; also for jurors and necessaay: for the use of the Patent Office, fifteen upper floor of the Capitol, four thousand room on lha
pates, for the current fiscal ear, one hundred thou.. For tract books, (three thousand three hundred andtwentyseven Ordnance and llvdrognphy, and of the draughts. |, witnesses, in aid of the fimds( arising horn fine, hundred dollars: LIGHT-HOUSE dollars.

band dollars ; dollars ; man, dl'rk and messenger in his office, nine thou. penalties and forfeitures incurred in the fiscal year For compensation of librarian, five hundred dol ESTABLISHMENT
For compen ation of the officers and cleiks of both I For stationery, including blank books, and blank sand Ilndrtd dollars; ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fifty, l lars; For supplying light-houses, containing two t thou

Houses of Congress, thirty-nine thousand: five hun.. forms lot I the district land offices, pieces of parchment compensation of the chief of the Bureau of fI and previous" years ; and, likewise, for defraJin the For the collection of f agriculturestatistic and sand eight hundred and fort-threelamps, with oil,

dred and fift-se\en dollars and fifty cents ; ani I pi inting patents, advertising land sales in Construction, Equipment: and Repair, and of the expenses ofsuits in which the United States are concerned other purposes, thirl-five hundred, dollars ; t tube glasses, wicks, buffskins, whiling, and cotton

For stationary fuellrin'iug., and all other con.. ncwspapeis and handbill form, public notices, pi int- I I assistant constructor, draughtsman,clerks, and messenger and of prosecutions lot offenses committed For defraying the evpenses:of the chemical analyses cloth, transportation, and other expenses thereon,
(!indent expenses ol the Senate, seventy-five tliou. ing circulars, oflirc furniture and repairs the same I in hn dfe. thilhef thousand: six hundred against the United States and tor the safe-keeping of vegetable substances' produced and us d for the and for repairing and keeping in repair (the lighting

band dollars ; and pay Of> laborers rmplo\ed in office, t hnntJ-six I dollais. ; of prisoners;, four hundred and forty-three thousand food of mal and' animal!? in (the United State, to be j' apparatusone hundred and thirty-five thousand ono

For stationaiy, fuel, printing, and all ether con.. thousand nine hundred and ninety dollars and filly. For compensation n ot the chief of( the Bureau of dollars Provided% That the cleiks of the several expended under the direction r.f f (the Commissioner hundred and three dollais and sixty cents;

tingent expenses of the House of Representative.) :, cent; Constiuction, Equipment, and Rcpaiis, fIr current circuit courts ofthe United! Stales \>e, and the same ot f Patents, me tltSmt dollars; which several For repairs and incidental expenses, rcfitiog and

one hundred andeigli1y-U\o thousandsevenhundiecand For miscellaneous itcm!, seven hundred dollars! ; fiscalear, to sup) I} a deficiency of t the appropiia-' are hereby authorized and allowed to retain to their ums, amounting I \'hole to six thousand five i improvements of Ii ht-houses and buildings connrc-
(ort-nine dollars ; For compensation of the siipciintcndont and eight tion of the 1 lest fe# ion, live hundred dollars ; own use of I the fees and emoluments of their office, hundred dollarsshall he paie out of the patent fund ; 1 ted therewith, eighly-one thousand seven hundred
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. watchmen of the southeast executive building three For compensation of the chief naval constructor a sum equal that allowed to Ihe clerks oft the district Towards the erection ofhe'infs ff thc Patent and fourteen dollars and four cents :

For compensation of librarian, two a..istant librarians .. thousand four hundred and t twenty dollars; and the engineer in chief; six thousand dollars ; CIUt.ofthe UnitedStatesby the '. Act making appropriations office building, according plan, under For cleaning out and deepening hat portion of
and messenger four thousand five hundred dollars .. For contingent cxpens-csof said building, \iz: for FOJ compensation of the chief of the Bureau of ) for the civil and diplomatic! expenses the direction of the Secretary of Slat,fifty thousand (the Washington city canal I whit h passes through and

; labol'fuc and light, eight Illousarid dollars; Pro\.isioJs and Clothing and of the clerks and messenger cf the government for thc)tar eighteen hundred andfortytwo dollars, to be paid out of toe patent fund: Prodded along the public grounds, twenty thousand dollar,
For contingent expenses of said\ library, eight L fuel, \athinand miscellaneous expenses in Ins office, nine t thousand three L ," approved May eighteenth eighteen hun That the said Se-cretary is hereby authorized to to be expended under the direction of the Secretary t
Jlundre dollars ; of additional builJinlI, for accommodation' of dollars ; dred and forty-two : Provided, That the proviso i: c:ausethie said extension to be dene by contract, in of the Treasury: Provided, The corporation of

purchase of books for\ said library, five thousand .. officers of the 1reatJ Dllartmc.r ten thousand For ccmpon!rftion of the chief of the Bureau: of I the first t section of an net entitled .An act lakint (the same manner as was pursued it executing the Washington shall expend a like sum in cleaning cut 4

dollais; dollars. Medicine and Surgery, and of f the assistant surgeon, appropriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses \\o.k of the General Post ofFice Building; and deepening the other portions of said canal :-

For purchase of law bock. fur said library, one. WAR DEPARTMENT. del ki and messenger in his ollke, leHn thousand Hftl.e government, for the scar ending the thirtieth For the purchase of O bulding for a custom-house .Indprodded also, That all transportations on said
thousand dollars. ; For compensation of, the Secietiry; cf \r, and three hundied dollars. day of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty- at Portland, in Ihe Slate Maine, a sm not exceeding canal for the use of the government ot the United

J reprinting and binding :complete catalogued of I the clerks, me-r nger, nnd i""iitant mes',engei in COTJfEtIES OF NAVY DEPARTMENT. nine, and for other purposes," limiting, the f cs for one hundred and forty-nine thou-and' dollars: States shall be free of toll ;

the Library of Congress two .thousand, <\an ; his office, seventeen thousand eight huudr d and tift f. contingent expenses of said dopaitiijent, and I taking and certilving the depositions (If witnessesin < Provided, That the Secretary thejTreasury shall For sewer under fifteenth street, two thousand
EX ECUTI"E.: dollars ; all the bt leans connected therewith, namely : civil causes, Le.Hd the same is herebydeclared after ful examination, deem such purchase expeeli- one hundred and sixty dollars, to be expended Under

"For compensation of the President el the United I For arrearage for cleiks and racs5<.ngcrs in said of For blank books, binding, !stationery, printing, to txtend and apply to all and eveiy civil cause between ent, for the interest of t the United States; the direction of the Topographical Bureau ;

Slates, twenty-five thousand dollars. flee, one thousand two hundied and si\t}'.ninc 1,1.lars and labor, six thousand one hundred and any patties whatsoever, and to all admiralty For the purchase of a building erected by the For payment annuities and grants by special acts
DEPARTMENT) : l OF STATF.For and filt\-MX cents ; lars ; hldo proceedings : J'roeiiltil, fioH-irtr( That where tie prcsipent and directors of ofthe United of Congress, seven hundred and filly dollars ;

compensation of the Secretary State and I For compensation of the Commissioner of Indan For newspapers and periodicals,I two hundied dol actual' taking any such deposition shall necessari Slates! fura bankin-house: : in the town of Elie, Iensjlvanion For pament, by (the Socretary( of State1 to Wil

the clerks, messenger, and al i-lant 'inessengir in I Affair", and t the cleiks, mosenqrr, and asi istant lars ; require a longer iliac than three hours, the judge (te be u-cJ as a ustom-tIUSl and the h liam C. Reddall and William C.'Zantzinger, equal

his once, twcnl '-eiglt thousand three hunched dollar messenger in his cilice, eighteen thousand ecvcn For compensation of superintendent t t and t three Ill.the court in which said depositions if to he used j Secretary of the Treasury i is here, by directed to hundred ly to be divided between them, the sum of seven

*; hundred dollars ; watc.hlellol the southwest executive building, one hereby authori/ed tocertity an amount not exceeding I make said purchase : Provided, That cost of the and seventy-one dollars; and forty-lhrer*
For the incidental and contingent expenses
department. viz : a\1 the cleiks and meyeujrus) in his office, For contingent expenses of said building, njmelv: : deposition( and the !lallhereupon use can Le made for sum not exceeding twenty-nine. hire in the State Department, but not drawn from
For publishing the laws in pamphle form, and in I foit.vfive t thousand seven IJlllrld and foil-onedol. For labor, luel, and light, one thousand six l.uii-; : as a part of the costs preceding ; thousand dollars ; the treasury ;
the newlpapeuotthe I States Teintoiies.and t ol f f I tars and eighty-three centsForcotn1ensationof ; died and seveiity.fie dollars; For additional compensation for the district jude For continuing the const(rbcf ion of th r customhouse For the expenses incurred under (he joint resol'i-

the city of Washington, ten thousand eight hundred I t the cleik and messenger in For miscellaneous items, one thousand one hundred ol Louisiana, itt the sear ending the thirtieth of I I at Savanah, in Georgia, thirty-five thousand tion of August eleventh, eighteen hundred and for
and eighty dollars ; the office of I the Commanding Central, one thousand: and tilt", dollars. June, eighteen hundred and ftrtv-fight, six hundred, dollars ; ty-eight, entitled "A resolution authorizing tha

For proof-reading, pacing and distributing !laws i five hundred dollars ; POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. dnllats, being Ihe deficiency, of the appiopriatiem fur I For the construction" of a custom-house at Charleston submission certain claims to arbitration," ( sentyf -
and documents, labor and For of the that and 'il.t. dollars for the South-Carolina five f hundred dollars, (he same to bf disbursed under
boxel, tram'porhtion compensation clerks and messenger in For compensation of the Po !masttr General, sear, humIrl year I fifty thousand dollars ;
nine thousand dollars ; t the) office of the Adjutant General, ten t thousand four three assistant Postmasters General! clerks, mesiengeis ,j ending t the thirtieth eighteen hui.died;. and To enable the Clerk of the House of Represenfatives : the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury ;

For stationery blank books binding, labor and I hundred and fifty dollars ; and watchmen of said department, cvenly'sixthou i! forty.nircurdcr the provision of the first section of f to pay for twelve copies of (the Congressional For laries of two hundred and seventy-four keep

attendance, furniture, repairs", painting and glazing, For compensation of clerks and messenger in the .nd six hundred dollars; tIle, act ot seventeenth of June eighteen hundred Globe; and twelve.copirs of the Appendix for each I ers of light-houses and fifteen assistants, (twenty of
(.ur thousand (our hundred dollars office ()f the Quartermas General, s-cvcuihousand For compensation of the superintendent of the at.d forts- -fuur. II member of the I Itouseof Representatives, under the them charged with double and (two with triple

For print ing,(le1'r press and copperplate,) books t throe hundred dollars ; past office building, I two hundred and ) dollars MISCELLANEOUS. resolution of (the first; of March, eighteen hundied lights,) including one thousand two hundred dollars
and two thousand dollars) For of clerks tiny ; For the President afler the for (that of an inspector of lights on the lakes,
maps ; cornpen-ation and messenger in the For contingent expenses!of said dl'PaIUt"ut.'i. ; furnishing house, and forty-seven, eight thousand two hundred and tipper
For newspapers, two hundred dollars ; office, of clothing: and' fpiipage, at Philadelphia, For blank books, binding, stationery, fuel, .oil, (bird day oi March. eighteen hundred :and for-nine, vigl.ty dollar?; one hundred and sixteen thousand one hundred and
For extra clerk hiie two thousand dollars ; tour thousand two hundied dollars; printing, labor, and day-watching, six thousand, two in addition to such stun as may be realized from the To enable the Clerk ofthe House of Representatives nine tj-eight dollars and thirty-three cents;
For miscellaneous items, one I thousand dollars; For compensation of clerks and mcssoijtr 1 in the bundred and eighty dollars ; I sale of such articles furnished for the same by the i f to pay for five hundred and thirty-six copirs of For salaries of Ihirlj-lhree keepers of floatiri

For compiling, printing, and binding the biennial I ollireof the Pajmasler Gcncul, nine thousand nine For miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars ; United Stales, as may be decayed or out of repair, the seventh volume of the Documentary History of lights, seventeen thousand right hundred and filly

register, one thousand eight bundled dollars ; hundred dollars. ; For repair of (the olhce building, repairs of I. I or unfit fur u:e, and the President may direct t the American revolution, being; the first volume of I dollars;
For compensation of superintendent and four For compensation of clriks and messenger in the furnaces and fle-I.lacesoflce pos furniture, gljzinj, solda sum not exceeding fourteen IhttBand dolar,1 (the tilth series of that work, eight thousand sevenhundred For seamen's wages, repairs and supplies for thirtythree
watchmen of the northeast executive building, one office of the Commissary General of subsistence, six and dollars to be expended under the direction of the and forly-.e\'en dollars and fifty-two cents ; floating lights, eighty-four thousand three
wlliewashing ; : '
thousand seven hundred and ten dollars ; thousand eight hundred dollars ; }' compensation ol the Auditor of the Post, Of oft t he Urited Stales ; I For thcieapproptialion of this sum, (carried to hundred and eight-six dollars and sixty-five cents;

For content epentel of sid building, viz: For compensation of f clerks and mofsenjrer in the flee Department, add the clerks, messengerand as- For annual repairs of the Capitnj ,and attendance t surplus fund,) lor payment to the widow of I For expenses of weighing, mooring,cleansingand
For ,fue and light, two thousand two hundred office of the Chief Engineer, five thousand six hun mstant messenger in his office, eighty-five thousand I on furnaces in the crI, attendance on water closets, James Mclonaldsaid McDonald's abase of the sum I supplying losses of beacons, buoys, chains,and sinkers
dollars; dred and fifty dollais; eight hundred dolr; for public gardener and l.borer and cartage on the granted by Congress far distribution as prize money IP twenty-nine thousand MX. hundred and seventy-

i For micdlanful items, one thousand one Iluni For compensation of cleiks and messenger in the For expense of said office, viz : Capitol grounds manure and trees for ground ; repairs among the captors of the British brig Detroitduring seven dollars and fory.sixcents( ; :

i died and ten dollars. office (If the Surgeon General, including the sum of For labor, blank hooks, binding, stationry, print of public stables, flagging, enclosures, &.c. ; the last war with GI eat Iritain. thirty-seven dollars For exr-ensc-s incurred by superintendents in visiting
I TREASURY DEPARTMENT. one thousand dollais for dtlk hire, three ing blanks and circulars, five thousand seven hun keeping in order the iron.pipesthat convey water to t and filly cents; light-houses annually, and examining and reporting
i For compensation of the Secretary of f the Treasury thousand six hundred and filly dollars; dred and ninety dollars ; the Capitol( and public offices, and! rC11airinl the For (the purchase O site fur a new their condition, two thousand dollars;

and the clerks, messenger, and assistant niessenfier For compensation (If clerks and messenger in the For miscellaneous items, one thousand dollar damage by freshets ; broom, :, erl at Norfolk, Virginia, twelve thousand dollars ; Pro.ruled For superintendents' commissions, at two and a
in his fllce, twenty-seven thousand eight hun office t the Colonel of Ordnance, nine thousand five SURVEYORS: ; GENERAL AND THEIR CLERKS.; spades, !shoveling snow ; repairing abutments at Tiber The President of the United States shall deemit I half per cent, on the four hundred and sixty-six

dred and fifty dollars ; hundrel and eighty-nine eh liars ; For compensation of the northwest creek, and building protecting \\alls ; enclosing proper te make the purchase ; I thousand nine hundred and thirty dollars and eight
For compensation of the first Comptroller,and the compensation I of clerks and messenger in the of the Ohio, and the clerks:surveyor in his otLce, eight L and improv ing the public' the public grounds at the For Ihe erection of a custom-house at Eastport, in cent, appropriated above for light-house purposes, .
clerks, messenger and assistant messenger in his office of the Colonel of Ordnance, nine thousand five thousand three hudrcd dollars; north, south, and west of t thi Capitol, and the open I he State of Maine, in addition to the amount heretofore eleven thousand six hundred and seventy-three dollars -

office, twcnt.-cigh thousand five hundied and fifty hundred and eighty-nine dollars ; For compensation of the surveyor general of Illinois I triangular spaces on Pennsylvania t\hUC. seventeen appropriated for that object,thirteen thousand and twenty-five' cents. And" (he proviso contained

dollars ; For compensation of clerks and messenger in the and Missouri, and the clerks in )his office, five- t thoiuanddollars: ; dollars ; in the act making appropriations for the civil '

compensation of the Second Comptroller, and I Hurt-ati of Topographical Engineers, four thousandnine I thousand- eilht lninrlrrd.-._,-- -and._ f' ...nlu <1 '.ll-.<>. For annual repair of President's house gardener, For continuing the construction of the custom and diplomatic expenses of the government for I no
the clerks and messenger j in his office, twenty-three hundred dollars. For compensation ot the sunergczseral'U' v.u." of Lou and \.boren. gravelling the walks in }'residtnt'l I house in the city of l\Oileans, one hundred and; year ending the thirteenth day of June, eighteen

thousand six hundred and fly dollars; CO OF WAR DEPARTMENT.For isiana, and the clerks in his office, four thousand five square, leather, nails, tools &c. : slid rePairs fifty t thousand ; hundred and fort-nine, and for other purposes, approved
For compensation of Auditor, and the 'JXGEXCI hundred dollars ; of fence atLafaU'ttesquarpe, Fountain square,, To supply a deficiency in the appropriation in the August twelfth, eighteen hundred and fcr-
clerks and assistant his I the incidental and contingent expenses of saiddepartmcntand carl t I thousind act entitled .An act to deficiencies ty-eight, wnich proviso is iiithe following words :
messenger, mes-enger in office For c' mpensation I the of Flor and I Ircsident's garden, age, .r..thrcf supply in the!
the various
surveyor general Piovidtd
twent..h\o then andight hundred dollars therewith olctS andbuicaus connected ida, and the clerks in Ids office, live thousand five five hundred dollars ; appropriations for (the fiscal vcare-ndinp the thirtieth : That no part of the sum hereby appropriated
of the Second Auditor and the, namely : hundred dollars ; For :lishtini; Pennsylvania avenue from Capitol ot June, eighteen hundred and forty-nine under a shall be paid to any person who receives a
clerks, messengerand assistant messenger in his office In the office/ of tJte SccrrJaryof ]1I'ir.l'or Fur compensation of the sitrvejoi general of Wisconsin square to the Treasury Department, and compensation resolution! of the House of the seventh of August, salary as an officer of the customs ; and from and after

fifty-one thousand and fifty-seven dollars ; blank books, binding, Mationriy, labor, nnd and Iowa, and the cleks in his office, eightI far one lamplighter for the same, and for( lighting eighteen hundred and forty-eight, directing the the first day of July, eighteen hundred and forty-
For compensation of the Third Auditor, and the printiug I and nespapErl and periodicals, one thou. thousand three hundred dollars Capitol and Captol grounds, and Preside I''t's clerk to furnish the members of I the House the books nine, the said said disbursement shall be made br
clerks, messenger. and assittant messenger in his hundred and filly dollars } For clerks in the office of the surveyor general, to.. houses, six thousand dollars, to be expended nndtr (therein authorized, Ihe sum of three thousand eight: the collectors cf the customs without compensation"

office, Ihirt}- igbt thousand three hundred al fly For books maps :audplans, on t thousand. dollars; be apportioned to them according! to the the direction the Commission ofl'ubliclluidingsTo ; hundred and ninet-three dollars and fifty cents ;" is hereby repealed.

olar; < For extra c.rks in the War Drpaitmcnt, one of the public sE'iee, and, ifnecu ary, to be exigences einploycJ I reinburse the corporation of Washington the For continuing the publication of the works of t hiexploring For completing the light-house on flrandywinshoal *
compensation of the six additional clerks in I thousand five dollars ; in transcribing field notes of for the cost of occupied bv, (be government for the circuit, expedition, including the salary of the Delaware bay, twenty-nine thousand eight
aid office, authorized by the act of the twelfth of I For miscellaneous items, five hundred and fifty of preserving t them at the seat surveys ,purpose and 1 district, and criminal! courts of the United Slates,, horticulturist, and atdihol to the green-house hundred and twodollars andsixty-onesens;

August, eighteen htindied and forty-eight, six thousand dolar. (tor correcting, restoring and goverment of sut.veys in thirty thousand dollars, the same to be expended by (teen thousand ; I For completing the light-house on Caislort reef
1 four hundred dolan ; office of Commissioner of Indian Affairs.For the State of Arkansas, and for retracing}purposes, twen the said corluiralloul in finishing the exterior of f the For completing the geological! survey aril exploration coast of Florida, thirty-one thousand five hundred

For com pen sat ion Ii additional clerks in (he blank books, binding, and stationery, five ty-two thousand five hundred dollars said building, under the direction of the Secretary of the Mineral lands in Michigan( ,Wisconsin, : and ninety dollars and due sev enfv-six cents;
the balance
(to Ehenezer
Tbirc Auditor's office for services during the current hundred olaf; For compensation of secretary to sign for of the Trersiiry : l'ror ltd, That rooms enough be and Iowa, in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated To pay the Warner, for
eleven hundred dollars For hundred dollars patent set for the use of the United Stales in this District constructing light-house at White Fish point en ).ea. ; one public laldl,one thousad five hundred ; apart ; for that service, sixteen thousand dollars !- lake Superior, three thousand two
of the Fourth Auditor; and the For miscellaneous items Columbia, the Secretary of the to hundred and nine
I"o compensation four hundecd dollars ; For cumpensation of the Commissioner of Public Treasury ; dollars
-lerks, and assistant in his of In the the Buildings in Washington be the judde as to the sufficiency of the so p ; .
messenger messenger office/ of Commissioner of Pensions. two thousand dollars; root To pay A. J. Glos.sbrenn r for work done in rearranging For illuminating apparatus for the light-house at
tel twenty thousand four hundred dollars ; For blalionery, blank book, binding For compensation of four asiataut, drawkejersat provided; and the volumes in the copyright Mi not'a rock Boston harbor, Massachusetts, four
compensation of the Fifth Auditor, and ( rrintnj' the Potomac Budge, i For compensation and contingent cxpcns-es of caliifg II
tIlt blank forms and regulations, advertising, including for lamps and tC loom ( Department of Stale, in eighteen thousand five hundred dollar?.
clerks,sixhu.idred! and messenger in his office fifteen thousand furniture, seven thousand and fifty dollars ; machinery, firewood and repairs, four thousand two auxilliary guard dollars, six thousand seven hundred hundred and forty-eight,two hundred and fifty dollar !. For (he re-imbursement of Ihe New York, Providence
dollars and seventy-five ;
hundred dollars.
; For miscellaneous items, five hundred dollars ; and Boston Railroad Company, and
the New
For of the Ticasnrer of (the United ; MINT OF THE UNITED For survey or the coast of the United States, including
S'atcs' ,compensation and the clerks and in his For the purpose of printing, under t the directionof compensatiOn. suprirntendent and assis For the purchase of a site for a new custom-house, Jersey Steam Navigation Company, for their expenses -
messenger ofce, i he Commissioner of Pensions additional Philadelphia, viz : twelve thousand dollars Prtmi'did in maintaining a light-boat Eel
thirtecu thousand hundred and an number (tants, one hundred eighty-six thousand dollars ; Norfolk,Virginia ; en Grass shoals, ;
For : seven: fifty ; of House document number rlinet '- of the For salaries ofthe director, treasurer, chief coir- For printiiig two thousand charts ofihe buy of The President of the United Slates shalldeem I in Fisher's Island Sound, from (he month of Novem
of the I
of the Register'
1d the compensation clerks and assistant Treasury, first session of the twenty-ninth Congress, and all I cr, assavci, tneltar and refiner, engraver, assistant I San Francisco and river Sacramento, undcj resolution j it proper to make the purchase ; her, in the year eighteen hnndrcd and thirty-seven I
messenger, messengers laws relating to which have and three clerks, eighteen thousand four to the present (time, ten thousand!
in hioffice, thirty thousand two hundred : pensions been passed assayer of the"Housc or Representatives of the fifteenth To enable the Secretary of War to execute the four hundred, and t
.and the clerk in said office dolaf since the twenty-seventh day of January, eighteen hundred do1ari. ofJanuary. eighteen hundred and forty-nine, two survey and examination of the Potomac rivro.d"by seven dollars. -
now employed
per hundied and forty-six, and are still in force For w twenty-four thousand dollars !
hem shall hereafter be allowed a aal- togethe eundr.and! sixty dollars ; a resolution ol the House of Representatives tit t HOSPITALS-
.ayof cumpensation fourte1 hundred dollars per annum : Prod with the constiuction. placed upon Midi by the For; Incidental For completing the centrestrip of Pennsylvania S I the eighth( Augusteighteen\ 'hundred and forty-eight I For completion of marine hospital at PitUburc. ,
'it'd, other for War Department or Attorney General, and the contingent expenses, including: avenue to fifteenth street west, one thousand two fifteen hundred dollars ; eleven thou.sandsix hundred and dol-
shall be
person paid discharging forms to be followed materials stationery, water rent, and sixty-seven
for repairs wastage
*iy, of the dutie him necessary pensions hunched dollars; And (the proviso contained in the act making dollars ; '
now performed appropriations q
by ; in addition available ,
to funds hand S
under the several laws, and the bounty land on three alias of chart, of the S
For Fot publishing an surveysof For
compensation of tho Commissioner of (the thousand eight hundred and dollars for the civil and diplomatic expenses 1 completion marinehospital at LouUvillr.eleven ?
(' Land Office laws, together with the necessary forms for application forty-six ; I the northern and northswcstrnakestnadeunde.) r ff the for the the t thirtieth thousand six hundred jsixsr-seven/dol-
and $ government an
nerl the year. < _
iiai.tant rfccordfr.dratighlstnan therefor, for the use af the Pension Oflicc, the For specimens!of ores and coins, to be reserved various appropriations, under the direction of the lars t
draughtsman, clerks messengers assistant1'ssengerg (Jf hundred dollars. at the mint, three hundred dollais. day cl Jvne, eighteen hundred an forty-nine, ; .: i-> >
and packets in his office, ninetytwonou rum eigh Secretary of War, five thousand dollars ; and for other purposes, approved August! fvvrlflb I, For completion marine hospital at Cleveland, .. .
| nd seven hundred and eighty-eight dol- In th oJiceoftJic Commanding General.For At Charlotte, North Carolina, viz : For continuing the survey of the northern and 1 eighteen hundred and (orty-eight-whkh proviso i is si i thousand six hundred and sixty-feven dollars;'

< rii and seventy-five cents; rilCelantous items,t three hundred dollars. For salaries of superintendent, coiner, aasaycr, northwestern lakes, ten thousand dollars; in the following words : Provided, That no part oli For completion of marine hospital at Chicago

I1 1 compensation of the Solicitor of (tIle Treasu.tyand In office of the Adjutant General. and clerk six thousand dollars t For (ho discharge of such misCllancol\ claims, i (the sum hereby appropriated shall be paid to any twenty thousand dollars ;'

the clerks and messenger in his office, thir-: For printing army register and orders, blank Forages ofworkmenthree thousand five bun pot otherwise provided fur, a. 'ulmlU"d a person who receives a salary as an officer of the For completion of marine ho pilal at Paducha. ,
teen thousand six hundred and fifty dollars ; books binding and stationery, one thousand two dred dollars; duo course of settlement at the treasury, five thousand customs ; and from arid after the first day of-July, twenty thousand dollars; S
CONTINGENT hundred dollars ; For incidental and contingent expenses, incuding' dollar : Provided, That no part at this appropriation eighteen hundred and forty-nine, the said disbursements For completion! marine hospital at( Natchez
EXPENSESOFT1IE TREASURY fnel( ), matetials, stationery, repairs and I shall be drawn fiom. Ihe ; in :
DEPA For miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars. wastage 1\0 Irtalry trpt shall be made by the collectors of the customs I- twentv' thousand dollars ; .
RTJl ENT. .thousand one hundred dollars.: of some law or resolution. oConglrS au- } of marine .bn.
without at
pursuance compensation Uhcie-by repeald! oi- completion piUI Npnlaors, ,
"!'h office of lie Secretary of (he Treasury. In tl office of the Quartermaster General, in. At Dalollgn. Georgia, viz : thori/.ins the *penditnrc;* For additional couipinsal ion to the messenger, ; ; of \rkan.-a.s, twenty thousand dollars ;

In"f jr hLnk| books tynding stationery, hbor ira%l.e l. eluding the office at 1'l&iladelphia.For For ulari1 "urc.inlr.uttI. turner, auajtr, For salaries of sjn.-cial vxuminenjj of dings roedi- the Pit ''Ofiii-eToparlmenl to place thrift l on For the purpose'of eieetio'n marine hopntaI .sP

.I'' rejiMcw l rmyirj$ 'he detriment mllb b! nk bork u"r.Jjn3Hatioiicr: > .iinting, aJ- and '.lejk, six i thousand dol r; fines, dudchcmie'db, cS' t thousand: ddlaishere: the fame footing as the messenger of the other ee- (Cartel wlrd mi four It [>ogP')) t ii


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- THC TA1\IFF-THE COAL TRADE. Laughter.--Ohglorious laughter !I' cried THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL pent; crop, thirty of Plaster. Some whig papers are rejoicing (that the' ket, noticed on Monday last, money mar.
the of ) back in his else will, we feel ha continued
Sage Bellyfollft, filling .. ifnolhinj the week
-- during without
-- :: = opportuni.
Administration an
gives abatement
The sntfibe I political heafwrs clearijemonttrale chair and lire broad face wisdom of change any f
turning shining others of the if.-
up. confident, convince t the street bf
made A. MAXWELL &. fLU. HILTON rates Usance, and with .
,that effort it to be aike I of public ,
an ward, while his twinkled benignly, and: t ty to improve the "personnel sere rery .
eyes Bank .
KDITORH AND FROFRIETORS. movement. rate accommodations. *
} next sessron Congress to break omnIhe I I his lips ncemcd trembling th a jeatdHm --.--::.:-:. -..- the vants, and: particularly that of our foreign The .
revest:, bill of 1848 and restore tbe prfa.ciplcs .., : belief bowser, 1 fa .tiJK .
nun.loring: spirit, that fir a time dost take 1849. We Lave to make '
tf the tarifrorlSt2. The completion I I the burden from the back-that dost i_ Saturday, April 7, Removals hot Appoinlinents. Ministers. no disposition entertained. .11 many, that a favorable cTianw .

'cf f Gen. Taylor's cabinet Indicates this faclsvitbeut t !Jay salve to the feet, bruised weary and cat by flints! -- -- --- -- The chief staple just now, of newspaper comparisons on this subject, but certainly the in monetary .fikirs is not very remote and .

doubt ; and tbc report of Mr. Hudson,, and shards-that takest blood-baking melancholy fr: The Rev. Dr. TAIMACK, of Georgia,I comment and Washington leter.writing. con. commencement for improvement in this respect I II t that tbts worst bat already-bt-en .perehtd.. ,..

from the Committee of Wayi aud Means tn 1 I will preach In the Presbyterian Church to. favorable. If I [Boston Courier-Money article.]
by the nose and tnakcst it &grin: despite sists of conjecture to the probable course has not been, so far, very : )

tie House Representatives issued to the x himself that all the sorrows of the past the t morrow morning. at 10J} o'clock. of the new President a reference to removals the Cabinet of the late and present Adminis. After oSioting the encouraging paragraph :
world the last of the iasl session ---
during days !! ,,
oubt. of the future confoundest in of the which
thows that the Whig party desireslo prepare that makest, joy Lecture on Jerusalem. and appointments. Official patrtnagB has: (rations be compared, in point of aLit and vre hate given above, a correspondent n
man truly philosophic
the public mind for the reception oftho ex.ploded -conqueror preient of himself and care I What Tho Rev. J. F. LANNEAU: for ten years a L grown to be a great matter hi the politics of reputation for statesmanship there appears to i it of the Bosto Courier, a whig paper in which

doctiines of protection. There 'are was talked of as the golden' chain' of Jove Presbyterian Missionary at Jerusalem, in the our government. But considering that it has 'us (to be little to boast of in behalf of the present appeared, notices whig promises and In th- : :

now thirty States in confederacy; bet the was nothing but a succession of laughs achromatic Holy Land, commences a course of two leeturcs been regarded connected, more or less, incumbents. It was the glory of Ir.Polk' following fashion : ... ,

only decided complaint againit (the preient I scale: of merriment reaching from in the Presbyterian Church in this a "The fad above' stated find the
city with and projects, it is a little Administration that he had men around encottra.
from the coal I party i
revenue system seems to came earth to Olympus. It is not true thai Prometbeusstole purposes ging prediction that follows it
this CTemng, connected with (the custom,, should be much said and advisers who could baTe been repealed "
and iron interests ofPcnRsylrania. In tne'pret. the fire, but the laugh er'Or th-e gods to I Ideify singular
ent state parties: that voice is regarded as our clay, and, in the abundance: of our I manners, &c., ftbe people! of the East and I. it under a dynasty which repudiates all be relied upon a fully equal to.any emergen. ny have felt the force of the facKwblch; ila.may. ,

most potent and commanding by the federalleaders. merriment, to make ui reasonable -creatures. of the progress and prospects of missionary r connection with party schemes." Yet it is cy which might arise, and whose previous re. very properly be now calted a 'juedfacl'and
Let it be granted that the coal interest Have ever considered, sir, 'What man efforts! them. From the character ol f some, have -
suffered the then you amongst so, aid it is proper we ebould chronicle the putation justified their selection ; but, with perhaps many, derived great
has during past year; would he destitute! of the ennobling faculty consolation from the
the Reverend
gentleman: we anticipate a rich of the times these for three Gen. Taylor's advi. prophecy. The advent
we should inquire into the causes wliich pro.tJuccd of f laughter t Why sir, laughter i is lire face I I I signJ touching matters t two or exceptions, of a new administration it
was: de.
that suffering. The miners that it t treat to our dtizt'ns.Ve understand that i a benefit oboe readers. is what the like himself to be tried. They solemnly
cay of man-what sinovia, I think anatomists' call the Her ser are, yet dared, would take off tho from the

MTB.I produced by tho low duties on foreign I i it t, is to his joints-it oils and lubricates, andmakes collection will bo) taken up to-morrow eve XHO }York Jirro. which claims to bs the may, or may not, be sufficient unto the day of money market. The inauguration pressure of Gen .

coal under the l"c\'cnuoluv: of1s.ta, admitting;; the human countenance divine. Without ning; in :aid of the cause of Foreign Missions ral Taylor was to the ..
(L.t Taylor paper in the Union, says on the t trial ; but at all events, there can no just open pockets of ibe cap!.
the article into with their
foreign competition would have been talists and the
it faces vaults
our : rigid hyen. of the banks and '
own production. A brief[examination of the I ; the iniquities' cf-our tcart, with no r7Vc a&k I the indulgence of our readers Aibject : boast of improvement until that trial has been was to be so plentiful in State street, that money '

tatistics of the coal: trade prove conclusively, sweet antidote to'work upon them, would havo a few weeks longer, on account of the publication Thus far, the Cabinet has been busily occupied made.With ders would be obliged to look out for hol. ;

that this assertion (and it is nothing but an at. made the face of the best among Us a horrid, of the Laws of the U. S. We can in filling vacancies. There have reference to our foreign Ministers, it in alean minority of borrowers. Indeed victims
ccrtion) cannot bo true. It appears that with t'o' cruel been, yet, no removals ; and there will be of the ,some
husky thing, sullen hungry, a i is yet to be seen whether (personnel of the knowing ones threatened
that after a small:
promise our patrons we get sur.
,331.013tons of coal were mined in 1840, the the foreheads would then none until after the Senate adjourns. If the of .
l cash
lights at top-fur plus
Jut! year ef the tarifTof 1842! and that the pro have out of fashion--and a cavernous through;; with the acts of the late session, we President should remove one officer and ap. corps will be improved, or not. In the meantime Polk's Immediately on the election of Mr.
gone successor, as a fore.taste of '
duction. in .iSIS.. ... was #,069,132 tons-an in- hole below the nose. Think of a babe with. will have nothing more to do with publishing point another, while the Senate u. in session, we see tire Richmond U7ig, as quoted lime coming.' Well. The election the goo
*' --- f .ii" ...... fVtmnaring the he would be obliged to send in hs: the Sentinel those sent Mr. j
reasons regards out by
coal in tbe-same: nnt'Jaushter, as it i fa its first intelligence! t these laws-at least for the next four year by inauguration are The .
quantity foreign imported passed. new admfni*; ,
for the and the
The creature &Uuwe ov c.1i.i"i; --- ------ change ; as objection to most
oHts Polk discreditable .
y origin as to our country.Mr. tration is !
very afloat
wo find that in tho former 156 on an unruffled
years year and end smiles The from the Charleston Mercury of the incumbents is purely political!, it mightstir iea.. "
by smiling us are
653 tons and in the latter 106,251 were imported I. upon ; yes Bancroft, i says, sleeps in garret-Mr. All things are just as the prophets would hue
its first talk \\ith the ,,world smiles the first of the 30th March will show how well up a democratic Senate to dangerous [ins. I bad ,
them in
:a older -
the increase I another and therefore la usher in the
; being only 39,399 tons answers that it understand!. And then as tility ; though wo have heard several of the Rush belongs to era, predicted
Thus it that the informed i in commercial in other I millennium. But alas The
has paper as
appears production greatly millennium of
anti-Administration Senators the old Mr. Saunders the
worldly T.-isdon: cerncs the little thing, express hope loo -- desn't speak I
increased, while the increase in the importation it crows chuckles, it upon grins, and shaking! in matters, regards the late unfavorable news of f that the President would turn out every demo. English language any better than Gen. Taylor I the distant TayJorifes: for aught that can le seen, Is

is very inconsiderable ; and that the its nurse's arms, or in waggish humor playing t the decline of cotton : cratic office-holdsr in the country. But the I I I, a a that of the Milleritej. The b*.
l writes it : is sot-Mr. Ells.
Bagby a lief
however is still
f the coal to the who) entertained
proportion \
imported made in the by some
bepeep with the breast, it reveals its high des. TIn: FOREIGN NEWS. appointments recess will not re. J
quantity under the tariff"of 1842 was much worth employs his time in defrauding the that a favorable change in affairs
government i is
tiny-declares, to him with ears to hear it, quire to up by "reasons" when ]j
The( mail '
greater than under the-revcnuc bill of 1840.] the heirdom cfUs immortality. Let materi. foreign camo through yesterday, sent in for confirmation to the next session of he is sent to-and so on, demolish not very remote Where is Miller? Greatwas
This statement is conclusive in itself but I it and from our files, and the favors ot'our mercantilo I the of his j
is strengthened possible ; the alists blaspheme as gingerly and as acutely as friends we are enabled to present a Congress ; and if the Locofocoi suppose that ing the whole sets generally. This is whigauthority are they !company" preachers. Where.
by comparing
; they will. They must find confusion in laugh- the President will permit his political enemies __ .
proportion between the value of the coal mined copious( summary of the markets of GreatBritain at heme, hut does it find any echo .

in Pennsylvania and of the coal which! wan ter. Man may take a triumphant stand up. and the Continent. It will be per I' to remain in office any longer than is convenient abroad} ? These things are spoken of to Taylor and Scott. 1
on his broad grins ; for ho looks around the ceived that there has been : to his Cabinet, they are laboring under .
The value of the former a slight declinc The
imported. at tiJe.water show how much injustice has been done to contain a rumor that these
the hallucinations dis.
world and his innermost soul, sweetly tickled in the of but think of a dream, and the sooner pper
quotatiens cotton we the i
St I.t.SO was!$12,000,000 This statement and of the latter that on.:I; with the knowledge, tells him that he alone causes by which it was produced, will they wake up to the sober realities and necessities -I our national character abroad by disreputable tinguished i heroes are not getting along
mere prove
the coal trade is as independent proves of foreign:L of all creatures laughs. Let man then send a but temporary in their character and! influ of the case, the better for them. Are II Representatives. I so happens, however smoothly together. Webb, of the New York
loud ba ha the universe and be men who devoted theii time and tho cmolu-
through ,
supply as the cotton trade." The truth i is, ; ence. The demand at Liverpool for the.weekending that our character never was higher in the I I I Courier and Enquirer, wrote home (that Scott,

that the clamor against the tariff of 1846 I i it reverently grateful for the privilege. I? !March\ 2, was steady ami] buoyant: the ments late of election their office who to defeat went about the Whigs the in. old! world (than at the present time, a shown I I: having called to see the President, bad to

unfounded. The coal miners the distress An authentic Anecdote--Thomas Chlttcn-! and in some! instances at advanced prices, the ; country I,
brought I. by the of both whig and wait longer than was
abusing our candidates and all their concurring testimony agreeable, and
sales of the week ;.
of the lat year upon themselves by over- den, the first Governor Vermont, who wasa amounting to over fifty thetis I
friends who denounced Gen. I democratic travellers who have written quit the White House
production. The friends of free trade in this plain farmer, alike remarkable; for strongnatiro and lJale But the unfavorable intelligence ; Taylor a a on .I without seeing him at

broad: Union may be satisfied that they'stand: : I, powers of mind, and the republican from India, and the accounts from this side by, cut throat, a man of no mind, no principles, no the subject. So, it seems to be left to home all, and under circumstances which created

not onJy in regard: to principle, but to facts,, I simplicity with which be conducted everything the Niagara of the large excess of receipts at j I I! men character to be, no kept military: skill to even tho exclusion: are these of f1uh.findcr to tell Europeans what dirty little the impression that he was miffed. The sto.

on a found=1tion of adamant-whilst :\Iesarl.I I. in his public duties, and in his domes!; our port, as compared with last year, checked L I those faithful soldiers power who and! men we send to them, they not noting the I ry, however, received a different version in
Meredith and I tic establishment \i bit( I t the !market, and prices receded |d from their fought long
Clayton, other members of the was once by a par.
fact of their the
observation. Whether next
well in the great revolution of the ballot-box ? own the I day's paper, and it uncertain hov
<:cabinet may be equally satisfied that: the it ty tiavelling fashionables from one of our highest point the previous week, or |Ih below I i
positions aro wrong ; and that the more they cities. When the hour of dinner arrived, the quotations at departure of the America. Does any sane man believe it 7"We mater stated against them are facts, will bs the matter really stands.[

press the views the more firmly they unite to. Mrs. Chittenden to the astonishment; of her The effect of the news from India cannot I will not undertake to answer this last: I II doubted by those who are aware of (the proclivity -

gether the republican party.-Union.A ; lady guests, went out and blew a tin horn for I I but bo temporary ; and when tie augmented !I question, 'but wo would like to know whether j i of whigg
the workmen, who soon arrived : when, to i receipts at our ports are examined, and it L j there is any sane Taylor man who believes, t tI nil the talent. I Yankee Sullivan, bas been tried by the au.
the still of those fair cits, the is ascertained they arc fairly attributable! t to ihorities
surprise of
Commentary flee Soil Sympathy.A .- greater i I that the "' honest old hero" has enemies Delaware upoft an indictment for
remarkable incident ha: just happened here whole company Governor :and his lady, t the early commencement of the season, the any The Consequences. I assault and .
I and found
punish, or friends to reward ?1" As to battery), !y, and
reasons gui
which speaks volumes in favor of our existing guests, workmen and all. were invited to sit I II uninterrupted navigable condition of cur f
insliutions, and proves the real character i.i.I down to the substantial meal which had been ; streams, and the advance in prices which has for his conduct, oi course he would not The Sentinel, speaking of President Taylor : sentenced by the Court to pay a fine of

the pretended friends oftho colored race at I provided for the occasion. After the dinner i stimulated the efforts of the planter to get his any more give them upon compulsion,"than and his Cabinet, all of whom it seems seriously $700 and coats-the whole amounting to a.

the North.A I was o\'cr. and the ladies were left to themselves : crop early into the market, they will be found would the redoubtable! Jack FalstafT.! It is' to suspect having: refused to vote for bout $1000. Sullivan, the defeated party in

free colored' man who had: long I lived one of the guests thought he would I t t too uncertain: and indeterminate a basis for I I not his habit to explain things-what he does, Mr. VMS," and who, it appears, never both. I the fight, has: gone to California.
here, and owned enough to him I gently take: :Mrs. Chittendcti to task for this \ an estimate of the extent of the crop, or to I
properly keep ered their brains about stand
violation of to which she proJuco a permanent: unfavorable influence or what he is, must be taken upon faiih.- our neighbor's t
monstrous gentility, on
very comfortable, with tho work he easily! procured I I I T e Tennessee have ",mi.
-Jesse Oiendinc by name-was seized had been, as she thought, to uncotirteous'.y! prices. One month hence we may show :a Well, for our part we grow more curious or. ing joke-the 51.40 sum-concludes thus : I I C the Whigs .

with the idea of removing to tho free States, I made a victim. I diminished, and decreasing scale of receipts L, cry day to SIC what sort of a thing a no- .In short, this ii. not a locofoco administration nte present incumb:nr, Gen. Neil 3.

lObS than a year ago. Ho accordingly sold You do not generally sit t down to the and we bti'i think that the crop will not go beyond party-administration" will be. and if our Cass friends are really disappointed .1 Brown, !as their Gubernatorial candidate In

&11 his property, took the proceeds, amountingto same: table with jo'ir workmen, I suppose, I 12,600,000 bales, upon which quantity: and amazed, a(they affect to be, in. the next election. The Democrats havo as
: :Mrs. Chittcnden,," she said. the operations: in the Liverpool market havo discovering the fact at this late day made
re\'craltboaslnd: dollars! and removed with: j Mr. of the New York Mirror has I they I yet no nomination.
the GOfcrnor'ala'ho been hitherto basod.: i Fuler. : should console themselves with the consideration
his family to Ohio, where he purchased small Why. replied e I a ." Baltimore
place, and intended to remain. quick wit instantly apprehended the drifted of! Our rcaffers will find below tile Annual.Ht'portof I got very ..trgls.U that as they had no hand in creating it, Telegraphed for the Baltimore Sun

lie found it impossible, however, to obtain the other, "I am almost' ashamed to say wo i Messrs. COLLMANN & SroLTEnroiiT The above piece of news wants confirma.ticn they"arc not responsible for the consequences. NEW YORK, March 29-9 P. M.

any work his applications being always an. generally have: ; but I soon intend to amend I of the Cotton :Market. Its! statements, which ," says the Mirror, but if report be true, its Intelligence

ewered by the statement, that they preferredtrhite in this: particular.: I was telling the Govern arc of the moot authentic character, em in that particular! Here is a mistake- of the uf concern from Ca1Thrnia.-An arrival
want. are as great a j cal at this
I I hardly) city brings intelligence from
labor theret and that Liberia was the or, this very morning, that it was an absolute j I brace the transaction cfthc Continent as well 1 1as tho wants of the said Fuller himself. on the part oh! his Cass friends." They are I raiso to the Cth of February. Valpa
place for him.Wearied shamo that the workmen, who did all the i : ofGrcat Britain, and furnish valuable data Two.t8el
I --- -- not afraid to held had arrived that
as being for the recently at
hard labor/.should fare no better than we, who for estimates for the future. They completely responsible
and diiguslcd, he wrote back i at : j .'. Ilnnncgun. I
last that he wished to return, but was warnedby Sit BO much of the time in the house, earning; j controvertthe theory which has lately been the 1' consequences, but their anxious interest arises one and fry thousand

the gentleman who had acted as his little or nothing ; and I am determined here j staple of to many Agricultural Addresses and We see it stated bya letter-writcr, that this from the fact that they will probably be called I i! dolar' worth of gold da.t. AH the former

: that he could not legally do so, and guar.di:1n thai after to set two tables, the first and best for :, Essays: -that the low price of Cotton is to be j gentleman will be permitted to go on the mission upon to remove correct those contqucn.1; extravagant accounts in regard to the gold
region corroborated
if he did, ho would be sold! a slave-tho polio the workmen and tho last, not so good, for the j attributed to the excess of the production over to which: he was appointed during the ,ces, and they do a:1 not like that the labor should I I 'of these are rese fully I,. b)the captains
the demand.
cy of the State prohibiting such return. He Governor and myself. I : The table shows that there has las hours of the session of Congress. If'not be made too arduous. And
been no excess! but tho moreover, they
wrote word back: that he vtmtld prefer being a The Unreliableness of History.-Captain I IDragg. ofaupply, on contrary: mistaken: in our reading, is intimated that feel A manly act of the democratic Senate.
slave on Southern t for the last four years of 1815, 6, 7, {*, I Ihe i t some interest to have the powers that be
any plantation to being a that Sen.
it We
appears, says Taylor nev.1 ofal1l the: Senate too drunk when it honor the democratic senators for their
imports Kinds into Europe have amounted was con. the declarations and
at the Yortl-and )
free man actually) did returna cr addressed to him the famous command promises upon rejection of the moral traitor
few since. Ho j I to 10,312,000 bales of 300 Ibs. ; while firmed his nomination, to know what it was a- which McGaughey, who
days was immediately ap. 4 little more grape, but ifGeu. Taylor did not, ,I the they were trusted with office, inasmuchas was nominated for governor of the new territory .
prchended and taken into custody-but expresses it becomes an interesting question-who did ? consumption has amounted to 10,056,000bales I bout. Should this be true, and the proceeding i those who are responsible for the consequences I of Minesota. General Taylor must have
or an excess consumption of 0 tJOOO:
himself perfectly satisfied to get back It is 'very certain that the command did not bales. In American alone the imports 'were was one of the most disreputable in the might otherwise find it puzzling to 'been imposed upon when be attempted to im.

on any terms. produce itself like tho schoolboy's! 1 wbistle.! I 9,913,000: bales, and the consumption 0,272- history of the Government," as :\Webster show the of"" wth? M I pose such a man upon the freemen of the
His whig-
Northern have identity
friends stripped him Whether Gen. Taylor gave the orders or_not, ) bales_ ., it Gen. patriotic west ; for if be made the nominatiou
bare '000 or an e'u'III! nrvnnlmnAn. n".r_. says was, Taylor will scarcely lend !
of all he carried cflj; as he has returnedperfectlr'destilute. I are of no consequence-it u acknowledged imports- n of tWOOO:- n --bales-- -- ----1"-" :_ _:.1._ __ ., ., . I I party. knowing the. man he would deserve to be5LrippLu
._ ...
t 'um 10 carry om me mmmlii; no nan: been ** "
be characteristic of him and is much
I to so :. These fixed facts are a conclusive answerto IVcbjtcr and I 1' 01.11 own laurels so gloriomly won
Is not Northern m charitable in Ilitmicgnu. I .
philanthropy a most moving like his cool and'conci&c/yct: familur manner of all the theoretical assigning a reason why tho Mexlcan war. This Mr. McGnughoy,

thing-first it plucks the colored brother expression that: i'ts just as good an illustration subject ; and we trust speculations that hereafter upon if tho. Whig Senators did not object to the appoint- Mr.I Webster's letter pronouncing Mr.han.negan's I Il the member who stood up ia Congreu
and then him off! gentlemen
ships to Liberia.-Columbia character as though it were really his own. arc disposed to exercise their imaginative ment, but if the Senate was drunk this may appointment to the mission to Prus. and moved that our gallant soldiers be re.

Telegraph, 1 0th. inst. One thing is certain that it was: not a weak faculties it will be upon some other subject vary the case ; and as Mr. Webster is never sia, the most degrading act that ever took called with disgrace from I eico. Ingersoll

President : invention of the enemy, and whoever gave it than one in which such important interestsarc given to that sort practice,* his judgment of place in (ho Senate," was tho occasion of of Pennsylvania (whig) asked AfcGaughey to
for Day.Iuch merrimenthas
a circulation knew Gen. well a what the
Taylor perfectly involved, and which the dissemina. point ( American: army should retreat 7
been occasioned by the dailies at the expense I: or ho could not have invented anything so. tion of upon : tho matter should not bo questioned by his briefcorrespondence between those two distinguished i Hack to Corpus Christ!," said McGaughey.
erroneous affect in-
of somebody-probably :Mr.\ Atcbisen. '1 I charactertistic of his in time of opinions may so and will be gentlemen. Mr. i The
self-possession that
I juriously the interests of the Planter. compeers not by any whig Son Hannegan wroteto reply was, was claimed by Mexico
Oil Friday of las t week, Vice President Dal. 1!! battle. The Duke of Wellington has said of Temperance Mr. Webster, inquiring if the language a.1 as her soil. .Let them retreat to the Ba.
las resigned his post ns Speaker of the United 'T that he uttered the famous bine." But
equally will be !
never com- they followed there
bove for
j Fluster of 1'ari P. S. Since the above was written, we see quoted was meant to apply to him. The
States Senate, and.'that body elected Speaker : inand, Up, Guards, and at them,' which history :Mexico\ claims all Texas." said Mr.
p rot em the Hon. David R. Atchison, of puts into his mouth at the battle of Wa We understand that some of the planters in that Mr.J Hannegan has: been commissionedby communication was handed to Webster by I No matter," was the reply of tbo Anglo-Mex Ingersoll.!

Mi.\ At the official term of President Polk' I terloo. The equally famous war.cry of the pur vicinity have made arrangements for trying the present Administration, and is on his Senator Atchison, of Missouri, who acted as ican, then let them retreat where the iVexi.

expired at 12 o'clock on Sunday, Mr. Atchison British at the battle of New Orleans Beau.ty the virtue of this substance, which, as a way to Europe. So, after all tho efforts to Mr. Hannegan's friend in the affair. Mr. cans will not follow them !" This sentimentwas

was in fact the President of the United,' and Booty," has been declared by every manure, has been found where to act prejudice Taylor against him, he is deemed Webster promptly responded, in a nota entirely received by the House with general de. '
Stales for twenty.four hours. It is but seldom surviving officer of that battle to be a fiction. every rision ; and this man Gen. Taylor named for
such and worthy to be trusted. satisfactory to Mr. Hannegan, and the :
such 'ja-coincidence as a mysterious powerful
We agent.-
can occur. are not We shall. be told by-and-by, probably, that governor' of an American territory.- ,
certain: but this was the first time since (be a. Lawrence never exclaimed, Don't"e up The difficulty, which it might be"dwuuld S H In horn.1" Printer' previous friendly relations between the two ington Union. n'ln. :

doption of the Constitution, that we had a the ship f-that Perry never wrote the immortal deter many disposed to resort to It, to a Leril. distinguished gentlemen,"says the correspondent ,

President for so short a time. It is concededby words, We have met the enemy, and wit : the price of freight, may now be obvia- I Criminal Trials. of the Philadelphia Inquirer, have been Encouragement to Gold Hunters.. -There i

know all-that the 1etter.writrs-and President Atchison bore they his should hon. they are ours'-and that Caesar's: teni vidi ted. We learn that Messrs. Coe, Anderson During the present week of the Circuit fully m:1.intained.: The same writer adds, is, or was a few days ago, in this city, says the
cici, is a fiction-while Nelson's England New York Day Book. a man who has .
ors meekly. He did not make any removals expects every man to do his duty' will be declared &Co. of New York, will deliver the Plaster Court for this County there have been two that Mr. Webster's letter, as published, at. turned from the gold diggings in California ro,

nor appointments-though it would not have an old sailor' yarn. History is not to in their vessels at St. Marks, to their custom. trials l for Murder. Thomas J. Holton, a lad tacked the principle, and was not intended to where bo spent some time in trying to get

been a bad joke if he had done so. The I be depended upon in the matter of epithets.The .- ers, without any charge for transportation..Messrs. .- : of 18 or 19 years old, charged wth: the mur. apply personally at all to Mr. Hannegan." hold of enough to pay bis expenses home.He .-

; Slate of Missouri has been honored by a good sayings exist however and it mat. Brodio Penis offer to pass it thro' der of one Stafford, was convicted of manslaughter says that with the best luck," and had
President without knowing it, and the peoplewere ten little who uttered them first.-Evening & Ozi- The Government has obtained some work in water and dirt, be could only clear but
saved! the trouble of polling their rotes their ware-house aliko free of charge. Tho and sentenced to one year's im.
two dollars bis
clue to the of the robbery of the a day over expenses. He
-while tbe political lost their thunderin cost of the unground Plaster in New York is The crimo perpetrators
papers Yankee Laves and the Tariff":During prisonment. was committed in Patent Office, some months back when jew. came home to work at his trade, and says that
not having an opportunity of abusing Mr. the past t year about two millions three bun but from two and a quarter to two and a half Jefferson County, and the prisoner was tried ho can do better in New York, working fora
Atchison in advance. We els, &c., of valuo belonging to the GOT-
hope they will dred thousand yards lawns have been manufactured dollars per tOi. I only then remains for the there last year, convicted murder, and sentenced dollar and ffy cents a day than he can in
permit his Administration to slide" down Portbmouth Mass Steam ernment, were carried A man has been the gold California. He
at ( ,) Facto. Hail off is perfect
Company to something to death. A
the tide
of time : respite was granted bythe .
instance of
a Presidenuvho
rare ons arrested in bewildered
ry. The product October, November, and I Philadelphia by the name of Shu- Iy with the excitement and madness
did tbo of the public spirit of the gentlemen whom we Governor, and the afterwards
exactly as politicians case being I
r. : December, was about 756,000 yards, whichis stcr, alias Tom Hand, on suspicion of being a he thinks of the people wbo are rush
Weekly.A. at the rate $2,700,000 per year. have mentioned, and we cannot doubt but the taken to the Supreme Court, was reversed,p one of the robbers, and confined in jail. An. ing to the place be has abandoned.Woman's .

Lesson : This is under the odious democratic tariff r Company will be ready to do this, and our and the indictment quashed. At the recent ,

dare say you for hue Scolding scoulded 1I ret.-wife And oft.I that a committee of whig financiers and rich planters can have, at a trifling cost, a sufficiency term of Jefferson Court, when a new bill I other one, named Jim Webb, has been arres. Ag .-Eve, it I well known
your very nabobs at work to underGen. ted on a similar charge in New York, wbo was sixteen old when was awakenedat
,are already destroy years
of this admirable found
en Newman, said I once. Old Newman manure to apply to was an effort was made to release tho I
Taylor's administration. They bave bas hinted, it said, to (be the side of her husband. Sixteen yean
looked down and his wife the whole of heir i ditric attorney}
took up the reply : tt crops of corn and cotton. accused on the ground former conviction,
.Never commenced comparing notes with Greelcy, there that he will all old, say ancient writers, and that so boldly,
to and divulge
signify ; if be has, deserved That tho money and time in the. and also on the of been ne. .
spent ground
it." "And dare Lawrence and other protectionists for a ma. getting having once I that they must have seen Eve's register written
bare scolded him cay,quite if the as truth often.was" told" you" terial alterial alteration in many: important: Plaster would be admirably applied, universal already put injeopardynflris life ; but with cessaty to the recovery of the lost treasure on on the lines Paradise. Now women-

said the old woman with a beauty of kindness Nay, particulars. Tbe same lawns above spoken experience most conclusively demonstrates.We .- out success. The venue was changed to this certain conditions, which he \i name ; one I who have nine times out often, more curious

which all the poetry in tbe world could can. of; were put up side by side at auction in New say universal experienco-perhaps we County, and the trial has resulted as above. of which is that he \"i be set at liberty, and I rabbinical learning than the mean envy of
York with European goods and brought bet. have a certain of our sex will allow to them-women, inheri.
excel. How wife sum given to him.
not can a scold her should state we arc not aware that There also money
goodman trial of
who bus been ter prices than those made by the pauper labor anye. a negro woman ting the privilege from their first parent be.

little ones all the day woiking 1 It for do her for and her our whig friends so often talk.about.: periment has been made in the matter in Flo. belonging to Mr. Charles Bannerman, char. IMPORTANT POINT.-The most interesting lieve that, after a certain time, ibey hare a
may to
be peevish, for it ii be who bears the man crosses Detroit Free Prc::. rida. But wherever have beard of a trial, ged with Ibo murder of one Christopher C. discussion we have heard lately was the just right to let their first sixteen years go for
of the work ; but who should make him forget Absence of Mind.-It is related of a certain I the result has been most flattering.: Bryant, who was overseer for Mr. Banner question, Whether no a black.bottlo upon holds nothing, and 'o they sink l the preliminary sixteen

them but.bis own wife 7" And be had best, magistrate in the valley Connecticut, who II I i We may say conclusion, that some of man. She* was acquitted, because of the be. a quart 1 It was I with a smile, counting with mother Eve.
learnedly argued that if it their seventeenth their firstreal birthday.And !
for her own take, for nobody can scold much, was fascinated by the appearance: of a pretty I our planters are in earnest about this matter; lief that the blow which caused his death as .
when tbe scolding is all on one side lady witness before bis court, that instead of r! was were filled with very good liquor, i did not- they arc right ; for it deducts from your

the Bible, he presented his face ,to kiss.- i They intend to do something more than talk accidental, and supposed to bo inflicted by but if filed with. bad liquor, it held at a woman five-and-forty, all that abe cares tl

A wagon can run without greasing, and He never discovered tbe mistake, tiU his wife, i about what might bo done. One of them, throwing up a boe she held in her hand, to gallon. The verdict was, a les does lose, giving her a fair start *ith Ere,'and

Hfcineu can be done vithout advertising, but wbo happened to be present gave him a rout. i (Col. Williams, of thh place,) has now on the of the whip with which he was chastising hold a black.botle I pegging her back: to full.blowrifire.'and-tvretJ.
it U for Wtl k. ins box on hi. ear. way from New York, to bo applied to his war q\art-so question is thus settled ty. And, indeed, it is impnssiblthat any r*.
i for the .
I I t present I I I ally charming woman sheuM-be. a day wider.Ea


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Frtrn 1t.atDrkian. when we get dare, dey never ask us which THE GIN. _._
CAtrPORNIA.- What is Laic Ltic ?-Law is like a coun.try'dance Rail Road Notice. GEO. 1%' I1UTC11INS
ULTIMA THULE way ire come-and It in none of rJeir business ,
-if our wheat i* pood!" The following extract from De Bow's Com. :people-are U& up anjd down ink ,

The New Orleans Delta, of the &b nil. mercial Review, will be .read wth a great till they are tired out. Law is like a hook of a AUCtlO.NE.EB1, J- I

containi an interesting editorial, full*> ocnJ A CONTRAST. deal interest. The pecuniary advantage of surgery-there are a greit many terrible cas. TJLL.1I'LfSSEE, }'LJ. -

practical tuggtsiions, upon otie of ibe vantages ? 'In the course of the late speech in Eng. this invention to the United States is by no sea in it. It i like physic too, they that lake NOTICE is hereby given to the Stockholders of K ere* TO

rewriting to our couutiy frond the acq< Li- land, on his scheme financial reform, Mr. means fully presented by an exposition nf the the least of it are the best oft It is like a ith Rail of June Road Company election that on Messrs. H. Bo.xr. J. W. ACTtz, D. 'C.F. Wnjo"w; I'
Wednesday, next, will
day an
ton of Calforaia. That ednintage ii to beifcund Cebden made the following masterly con. value of tho exports of cotton (amounting to gentleman, very well to follow, |; be held at the OtFice'of'lhe Cot&pftny in Tallahassee, H. FLACG.T. Hoxuso> and J. T. Axbffin.

in the assumption, that a limit is now trait : more than 81,400,000,000 in the last forty. and a sroKJing wife, very bud when it follows for seven Directors to manage the affairs of said March \6, 1S19. 10 .

r rmantljr fixed to the side of emigration ,to Take the case of the United States. Amer. three years,) nor by the immense proportion us. Law is like a new fashion, people are Company for twelve month from that date. Sale .-4 .
*' fawrinateiho bewitched to get intoft and like bad weath- a. K. CALL,Pies. T. R. Co. Lands in Jefferson Co
the West. No El Dorado can lea has three times within the last ten ofthe means which it has furnished this conn. ;
the shores been in the yean er.--most people! are glad to get out of it Tallahassee, April '7, l49.Sentinel.Administrator's rN pursuance and by virtue cf an order and drcfe '
restless imagination beyond collision with two greatest power try to meet the' nortnous debts continually in. e : J of the Honorable Judge of Probate i ii and for (the

that am lashed by the broad Pacific. The of the world, twice with England and once curred for imports from Britain nnd the Euro. ----- Notice. county Jefferson.. I will expose to public sale! ,at '.

St Ultima Tttufe" adventure has been reachltd. with France. Wo had the Maine boundary pean continent-cotton haVag? for many yeais PORT OF ST. MARKS. SIX months afterdate I shall present my account* auction. erettreco'crI.1Ietsedonrjn Monticella, '

.' And now, it is to be hoped, that our peo. and the Oregon territory to sc.tllerith! the constituted one half three-fifths or seven. Cleared. 2d April, 1I9, Brig LUCY, Hosraer I I voucher and apply to the lion!Judge ofl j on the first Monday"in May nest.lreing the fth day

pie, who hare hitherto been more cnterpris. United states' and America had her q-iarrel' tenths ofthe value ofthe exports of the Union. master, let f vw York, with 52G bales Cotton to Probate for Gadsden County for a final settlement of James said Sloan month', late, aU of the said rishf,Title ami interest of I
and county of. in
M&teH. discharge from the administration: of the estate
lag than persevering, more adventurous than with.France, arising out of a claim for compensation But it was the introduction ofthe cotton gia Coc .Anderson ii Co. Passenger, Mrs.Morns. I Archibald L'lack, dec.; and also settlement and and to the follow in; lands, l>ini< and being in said

steady, rfcore ir.patrcnt and ardent than con. of 1,000,000, which the French which first gave n high value and permanent final discharge as Administrator on the dower allut- county, known and designated in the Land Office cf 7

stant and determined, will!,to a certain ex. government refused to pay. What was the market to the public lands in the Socth-.vcKt. Cleared, 4th April, Ifc4!>, Schooner COMMOMODORK ted and set apart to Margaret Black, d *c., as widow the United States at Tallahassee as follows,to wit r

twit, reform Aeir cfcaYecter, will listen more issue of these controversies? When the claim The rapid settlement and improvement of at. : KnARNKV.: P-ine, Master, for New of said Archibald Black,'dec., laie of said Comity.E. One hundred and six acres and one third of an acre,
less beini the Southern .
more or ,
; part or portion of .4
the dictates of reason than tfce suggestions was refused by France General Jackson most the entire State Alabama Misisi1ipi York, with 410 bales Cotton, to Messrs. Cue, An- S.SHEPARD.Adar.
is at | April:! 7th, tsi?. n the N XV qcarrer section eleven,in township two, u
of fancr, will endeavor improve what they the head of the ArnerfCan Government, pub. Louisiana, Florida, and Texan, is mainly duej der9n & Co. of ran
have rather than seek what they have not, lished his proclamation, that if the money was to the large production of cotton, consequent ---- In Chan ery. two hundred and ninety-three and one-third
South from t1. r.crthern line of-aid and
yards tract,
will look more to their own Ubor at home not paid forthwith, he would sieze French upon the invention of Whitney. The States | IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT. running to the Southern line of the

than to the chance* of fortune, in a wild and ships and pay himself. At that time (I have of Georgia and Tennessee have also been !I I At Evening Side. IJmwy, on the3d inT.., Thomas Brown c,. Cb-i topher Williann, George Conditions, CASH-titles at the same.expvnse of the .

untried region. it from Americans) the French hud three largely benefited by the same means, in the lly the Kev/J. Phr-itw, (the Kcv. WILLIAM IICRAM" I:. Dennis, William Williams, James J. %Vickcrs purchaser. .

Who does not know that ninctentht of the time the force ships.of-war that America disi; osul of their domain a vast portion of,' <>f Elizabctbtown, N. J, to Miss A. JULIA Sarah Vickers and William Maner.BY JAMES R. TUCKER..
which j :\lWATEfl,1 the former place. virtue of a decree rendered in the i l>ove recited Sheriff of Jeflersan County, and traffic fo .
Attraction belongs to a new country, had ; Admiral Mackau was in the Gulf of which must have remained unoccupied and j
causeoft theiwenS-first of November Administrator of said deceased.
nil alone in distance and novelty ? Californi& Florida with fleet to valueless but for the immense* increase cf facilitiesTbrthe j I--: --- ____
a large enough ravage A. I). IS 16,in the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit March3I f,1S19. 6t-13 .
r with its mines of gold, docs not glitter' be the whole coast America and bombard her preparation of cotton for the mar Grand Division, Sons of Temperance. in and for the County of Leon, in favor of said

fore the imagination, with a greater degree towns ; but did France rush into war with ket. Iti the three States Alabama, Mi*<- THE Second Quarterly Session of the Grand Division Comj.lair.ant, and against said Defendant, (the super Jefferson Circuit Court. '

of brilliancy, than did the very sands upon America ? She paid the money. Why ?- issippi and Louisiana, the sales ofthe public I 'edeas herein granted at the application ot some William Bailev.admr. cIa! )) IN CHANCERY.
Temperance, of the State of Florida, of the defendants being by agreement set aside and bonis of John .
which we tread, and the monotomous fine. Because she knew well if she provoked an lands ofthe gr.ieral government amounted to will bt holdcn it Mdrianna, Jackson Coun'y, West removed,) I will offer at public sale,for cash, before rov. dec.non, Conw. Bella-1 i .Bill- lor "Relief For '

barrens upon which we gaze, to the fancy of unjust war with the United States, her men- 16,099,505 acres, during the eleven years ending Florida,on Wednesday, the lath day of April next, th*>Court House door, in the City of Tallaha seeon ., >sale oflard-to a t asideHenry

the early emigrants who left his mother-land of.war were nothing compared with the force on the 30th of June 1844-yielding to o'clock .Monday, thr seventh day of May next, within legal Dog trjt ar>d DaI I Conveyancc, &c.rvid .
i at 9 A. M. Rev. JO HUA PUKI/PS, Grand hours .
to reek his home upon these Western shores. that wooldswarm out of American the National Treasury more than $3,000- | : All of lot number one hundred and seventynine Barrow, Deft*. j jIT '
every port
| Chaplain u appointed to deliver a Public Address (ITJ,) in the original plan of the City of
The pen of man has never traced more vivid when brought into'collision with another coun- 000. The sales upland cotton land by the j upon that pccasfGn, and *ul "r .irate; Divisions in Tallahassee, to be sold to satisfy the subi of tire appearing to the fatUfaction of this Court, by
descriptions of a more beauteous and bountiful try. France knew that America had the Jar.gekt United States land-ofticers, have amounted loj thousand one hundred and and twenty-six, dollars affidavit tnada in this cause that the said defendants
thi State, and Divisions of the
1 Order in The reside .
adjoin- out
State of Florida b vond thp
country than those with which Oglcthorpe mercantile marine, and though at first the j many tens millions of acres ; and none have Counties of: and Alabama, invited to mentioned in said decree of the. interest.JJ. ;_. _J LLuil Iii iui court,buf tit ftte United biate* :
i ing Georgia are F. WffITr.K.April
and his associates attracted the eyes of the battle might to be the strongest in aft armed been sold at a lower rate than 1 Uo an acrea unite with the Grand Division in a procession, in 7. 134'j.: I 11 Commissioner in F.qmtv. sett It is and Ordered David, That Barrow the said do! deendautsHenryDo.arid arwer the

English people to the very spot upon which fleet, in the end of it would be to that conn large proportion at a higher rate. stipropriate regain % oir.rniltee ot Arrangements Bill of Complaint filed in appear this cause. Vtithin fr.ur

our lot has been cast. I'ioridprose and lion. try which had the greatest amount of public It is to be remarked, finally, that the cot. j -15ros. Hoilrum, Tile-; and Towle. List of Letters months from the date of the publication of this order

eyed rhyme found fitting themes in the balmy spirit and the grcttrst number of mercantile ton gins riow in UMJ throughout th whole JOS.; CLISBY, Grand ScriUe.Tal1ahsee. 1) HMAINING in the Post Office at Tallahassee, or the said Bill will ne taken for confessed -

air, and the transparent slues and the mur. ship and sailor. South, are truly the original invention of! It Florida, for tW quaiter ending April 1, IS !'.?: against them ; .ind it further Order,That> pub
March 31 1 IS4i lication of this order be made in
cur of the pine groves, sad and sealike, which What was the case with England ? In Whitney-that no improvement or successful, John Hurt MrHead.G published Tallahassee, once a week some for newspaper the space

appear to us so tame and commonplace. All 1845 there was a talk of war with America, variation of tho essential parts has yet been 53- Wr. authorized and requested to announce I Austin, Joseph R of'four months.I .

was new,-and consequent all was on account Oregon. Bear it in mind that effected. The actual tharacterislrcs of the I RICHARD T. lilKCHETT, & a candidate for 1 i Alston Austin! ,, Col IV W R Wi Irwin Johnson, John,Geo! M V 2 certify the above to be a true copy from the records

That conclusion is, perhaps, most in accordance America never spent more than 1,200,000 machine (the cjlindcr tr.d bush,) the sole real the ofT'ce of Judge of Probate for Leon County, atI j Atkins Mrs Mary Johnson, J It of JetTercoa Circuit Court.C.. '

with facts, philosophy and a just appreciation ou her navy. We are spending this year j instruments by which the iced is removed and I the election first Monday in May neM.I i A1 lord, Handy King, !) March 31. 1St). G. FIFE,

of the benevolence of God, which re. 7,000,000 or JCS.000,000, but will anybody j the cotton cleared, remain, in dotTCrt-jrins of Atwell.Ann'EAtwell.MisslImily Knowles

cognizes; in the advantages and disadvantages tell me that America fared worse Jn that dispute even the most recent manufacture, precisely I! C&" WE are authorized and requested to announce I 4 KeyCouncil Notice::

of every country, as in the happiness and mis. because her resources in ships-of-war as Whitney left them. The principle has not j the Hon. JAMES I:. JJROOME: as a candidate for the j Bryant Bahlwin.John,James W P Leetch Landruin, XV, James K M 3 O1X Months after, I shall appy! to 4'I

f tr ofe very individual, a scale equally balanced were far inferior to ours ? No, but we in. been altered since the first cotton.gin was 03ke of Judje ot Probate lor the County of Leon,at Briggs, Henry Lee, Lewis O Judge of Probate in ani for the County of 1l

by a juil hand. That the places upon which our creased our navy and we had a squadron of put in motion by the inventor, though great the ejection first Monday in May next. | Busand.Mary Ann LockwoodvDr Ezekiel for my dichac i : (tom the adir.ini fnior! >
I Burfoot, John I* 2 Laffoon, William the' goods, chittel-t, and estate of Thomas
need ask I
lot has fallen are as pleasent as man evolution as it was called. America never improvements have been made in the application ctW are authorized and requested to announce I Bryan, R P Lineberper, Richard deceased. ROBERT BUTLER .' l

for improvement and happiness, we do not mounted n. gun at New York lo prevent the and direction ofthe moving forces in ihe j .Major JOHN HEARD as a candidate for the Olfice of j Bates. Henry 2 Lavii.d'rRobt WC March 21, 119. 12-em

doubt ;-and Georgia presents a field for labor bombardment of the city ; but she did far employment of) steam power, In the running.: | Register of Public Lind* of the State of Florida, at I' Burton, J J Lang, Robt A 2

and prospective harvest, rich in promise, worse ? We sent a peer of the realm (Lord \ gear, and other incidentals. Every one of the election first Monday in May neit. i Br.idhain, K A 2 Loan, ProffjMy Notice. ITQIX ..
all who to take of the I j Bradley. George Y rick, Juhn Month's after 4ate, 1 shall apply tq the Iton.O .
to see proper advantage Athberiou) to Washington ; it was on Aineri- j the various cotton.gins muse, under the names -- --
Bates, Mrj Ann Miller, Miss Sarah cf Probate tar the County of Jefferson for -
opportunities she abundantly affords. Let can soil that the quarrel was adjusted, and I different makers, contains the essentials of Burnhzm.Mile-jO Mountain, Jonathan J alters[ of dismission as Executor of Esther Kor&e-

her people but stay at home, and turn their rumor dos say that America made a very 1 Whitney's patent, without material change or I i Dtp.VRTMENT or STATE, ? i Baker, R L Maxw ell, Mrs James say,late of?aidCountydeceased.! _- ,

attention to the improvement ofher soil and tic I good bargain. (Cheer.] It is the spirit of j addition. The brush and the cylinder re- I I \Vashington, March 24, IS I'J. 5 Bradley, Mrs Ellen B Mackierion, Mrs Kliz JOSHUA TAYLOR. Scnr., Executor. '

development of her resources, and she will the people, the union of the people, the grow j main, like Fulton's paddlewheel,unchanged in "T)URSUANTto the fourth section of the act ot Beard. James B Miller, Andrew FM'Jchie'James \ March 2*, ISt. 12-Gni '*
realize the most brilliant imaginings of her log strength of the people and the determination form and necessity, however vast the improvctnents 1 4 JL* An Congress approved into effect.Id March certain, 1S4!>, entitled of a I Beal Blackburn, Mrs ,Elizabeth Geo W Mor d'A';Thomas\ N'ctl'cc- -
act to
!father settlers. of the people that command respect.i .- in the machinery that causes the -carry stipulations America Euckuer, PVesiey! r. Maxwell; Kichd. '
the 'httween the United States of and
j treaty
Still do we doubt whether California is lobe Cheers. No what I I motion American. Bryan, Eliza R Moore,Leastr.n W 1iOtR weeks from date, the undersigned will
i[: ] want you as a *-Scientific j the republic of Mexico, of the second day of February .I. aoply to the Hon. Court of Probate for Lena
the Ultixiu Thule of adventure. As the to co is, to believe that other countries will one thousand eizt.t hundred and forty-eight,"'no- Byrd, A F Meacham, W B County, for an order setting off her Dower in the

tide of emigration, wealth and energy rolls take just the same measure of us that we JOHN RANDOLPH. ticeis i hereby given that the b'.ard of cormnisHiont 'i B'irntt Bailey,,F Sam M W Mills McGriff,Geo, WQ B JMills. Estate of her late husband, William }luihe's, da-
the other and the t cr'.created by that act will meet in the city of Vashinstonon JACHAMI GRAHAM.
from one oci'an to over expanded took America. won't
and B
They come attack 1 Barber, Wesley
His long, thin leg*, kfcout as thick as a Monday, the sixteenth day of April next, Morgan March 21,1>40. 12lwNotice
bosoms of continent*, what was east us merely because we reduce : Ball, Mrs Mary Moore, K M
our armaments
riti the
walking-cane and of much such a shape, i to receheand examine zl!t clain:2of ans ot
becomes wefct and there are reasons sufficient I ; ButN, E P Neal, Wra C
; to 310,000,000. On the contrary, other United States ttpon the republic of Mexico which ;
encased in of small clothes
weie a pair light
to justifiy the surmise that BO has civilization countries I believe will! follow ,.! are provided for cj the treaty aforesaid, and which, i Bilbo, John Ne\somb, Capt
travelled round the world. From time examples. so tight I hat they seemed part and parcel olthe btprctenkd! to the said beard of commissioners! t Barlow, John Overman, Misi Mary FOUR weeks aftir date,tie undersigned will ap
[Cheer*.] | wearer. Handsome white stockings were nd to decide theroon according to the provision of r. Bowen, Doctor, Ouens, E to the Hon. Cirt: of Probate for Leon County
immemorial we hear nothing emigration j'' Boatwick, L Oakes F for to sell the Real Estate of the late
Philip permission
fattened with tidiness at the knees by the said treaty, ind cf the first and fifth articles ol
from the veil totvrads the cast. The fountains TWO PROTEGES.Mr. great the unratifird convention concluded at the city ol Bond.DrJS 2 Pope, Barton C Willian S. Theus, for distribution among his heirs,
cf the catltrst civiiization! Vhicii wefc Pen rose has been appointed Assistant a fold buckle, and over them, coming about Mexico on the l\\ .ntielh day of November, one. Bythewood, Dr Jos F 2 Pardons Jo. H the sate not being susceptible of division.

now welled forth j in the bosom of Asia ;- Secretary of the Treasury. He was speaker hail'way up the calf wore a piir of Vvhat I thousand eiijht hundred an'l 1 forty-three. Btuke, Joshua 2 Prevail, Pre,ly \VlLtlAM ALDERMAN iw Adm'r.
believe called hose knit. Hevn : j CorbetT JBr Pope & Co March 2-1. IS-I9. 12-
were country JOhN M. CLAYTON.
Cadmus introduced the Phoenician alphabet cf the Senate Pennsylvania during the
\ >R ftTinr.R thfvvire n'fl.fasliioripr'! !. mul rNewsr.rr avthorized to pu'olibh the laws ol Coshn, Samuel Phelps. Rev Mr
into ureecc. rrom iipypi civilization ana i iempire uucK&noi war. no IBH ineurmocranc party ; Cameron, D Pool, Lindsay For Sale
.he ill -utl h above threetimes.
fastened also with buckles He i United State.,w { lc; ] j
passed west-ward. The same is true ( tys the Trenton Emporium) umk-r sig. -large one* it Chandley, Job Patrick, Jlicajalt 2 FIRST RATE NEGRO MAN, about tvrtcty-
trod like an Indian, without turning his toes Camack.FredCe'iicr. Page, XVm 2 A of field hand by
in reference 15recce and Italy: ; the ancient uificant! auspice, in 1535. He it was that -- ----- two .sears a e- *
out, but planking them right ahead. It MrChatrsan.Theo! Payne, Francis 4 S. S. KNIGHT.
wr.s | $200 KEWABD.
and thf" modern worlds, tnd the sam is the headed the Land of senators who descried to < Roberts Miss Mirth* E
Tallaha3ic, March l 3, 1549. 11
the fashion in those
days to uear fan-tailed
history of human progress now ; always westward the federalist! on the bill to charter the Bank j jof a :' Christian, Miss Martlia S Kaling, John

never eastward-; following the sun oi the United Stales, ofPennsylvania in. !i coat, with a small! collar, with buttons far apart Ciiesbrough, G M Reding, JoelRobcrson Notice.

heaven in his diurnal And who stitution that has inflicted the ou the back, with but few on the breast. Carrel, Jessa Mrs SdT'y!!
course. can deepest injuries Mouth after date, I.shall apply to.the Hon.
: Collins David J Roberts, Richd ONE
tell whence came the Phoenician alphabet ? upon our reputation and credit. The appoint i iincut Mr. Randolph's was the reverse of this. In- Charles M Reive, Mrs Rebecca ; of Probate for tile County of.Gad'den*.
I stead of being fantailed, it was what I believe'the Cooper, 'or leave to !ell the Rt-al Estate of Edward H. Wil-
Who knows where the first \voH TJ rf spoken of nucli a man at the head of a rcspon- j Cnniitfl!, John Rankin, RichdRichardson ;
!iisgua e Jevelnned themselves ? whether in I sible bureau in the Treasury Department, isno koights of the needle culled swaliow-tail- Clake, Jes.e M ,SP 2 i' dtr debs, late of the of Gadsden.deceased.County, deceased, to pay tha

Asia: Europe taI America ? We know that j jfts I evidence that the Taylor model' is being I'I i cd ; collar was immensely large ; the buttons Carter, Miss SopliireCuthbert Rankin, WmG : J. : l. W. DAVIDSON, Adctinistrator.
i were in kissing proximity, and they sat Miss Alice Riddle,Jedd-tb
rolls as March 10 4w
the tills on, the countries it leaves practiced. | Bawls Seaborn 10,1S49. -
Cabeli.DrRGDeshongh 1 ,
behind gradually relapse into primeval daikI I Izess. I I The case of ex-Govcrnor Penninglon, of:: close on the breast ofthe garment as the teas- Louis RicbardsStepbc 2 --_ -

Phoenicia, Tyre, Babylon are 'dead, I New Jersey, appointed governor of Minciola, I I IJ tens at a crowded festival. His waist was so PROCLAMATION BYViLLIA%? D. MOSELEY, Devane, Era-tus R Ros3Thos W Notice;

ntid, while the banks of the Nile arc fertile a? 'J is also worthy of note. Three years after the j remarkably! slender that, as he stood with his Gortrnor of ffor ids. I Damnilly. Mrs MLDakii" 2 Reeves, !Isaac 2 ALL persons having demands against the Estate

lice in No efforts im- buckshot Governor P. 'I arm- akimbo, he could easily, as I thought; \TI1ERES it has ben n-nresentpJ! tome by rafc- I j ,, R IIDanelv Roach, S J W 3 Edward H. Wilder, late Gadaden County,
ever, Egypt stupor. to war, employed his ,
deceased, will them to without
ShaunJohmiEllis delay.
V\ 2 present TEC
with his lonv cttizus of thi State, that )
have pectaUie one
ire fulim nations, op.ralir. Horn west to broad seal to set aside the will of the peeplc of'Xevr 'I round ft. Around bony fingers, spanned n- ENOCH: SCVER, u'' Jf-fftrisoa CouMtv.did, on, cr ; Underhill 2 S jcer, R MShippey.JM J. M. W. DAVIDSON, Administrator.

vast, have yet been productive of position Jersey "There his: never been (says I him, his coat which was ab' ut, the nrsr diy of Mjrch, commit a murder in Evans, Robert 2 Var-h! !O. iS-ID. 10-Sw :

pood. They seem to ran 8gaiut Nature. j| the Brooklyn Eagle) in the hiriory of this I very tight, was held together by one button, the county of Leon, upon the body of Anthony C. (. Forward, W A Simpson,Geo V\ Lumber Shingles &c.
I and in an inch or more of to Hand j Fennel Demp9 2 Scott, Mrs Deli
Homo conqurrcd Athens but Athens so bold a fraud the elective consequence tape, :
taught fran-
country on
,! whrch the button was attached, \vaa erceptibe Now THF.KEFOKr, I, WILLIAM D. Mo'ELrY, I j Fills, Henry Sprov,Miss Sara!; Ellen T UMBER! of every description can obtained at
her conqueror. The tendency civilization j chise. The congtcksmen from New Jcrtey v.hf-re f Governor of'the State of Florida, by virtue of the j Frierson. Dan LFelton Simpson, Ie'wis T JLJ my Hill, fire niles Scuth West of Lake Brad
it thro' the cloth.
is ever westward. Such has ever been the j I were then elected by general ticket, and the was pul.'ed About authority in me vested l>v the laws of said State, do N S-mpscn, WinFletcher ford, af *1 per 100 feet. The very best kind of pine

result t1 t human instinct, or ufcauses set in cp. vot? was close-so close that one of the democratic i' his neck he wore a white cravat, in which his her -by otferlwo hundred dollars!] reward for the apprehonsionot Scy'nou: Sect:,Isaac SHINGLES also be had at a low price.

cration by the great Ruler himself. Theirit members, liev. .Manning Force failed chin was occasionally buried he moved his said Sever, and hs; safe delivery to theSaerltl'hf Finty. .1 3 2 Smith, Win F N- B. SyruoCy*cress Barrels made to order.
,! Lead Lrrn.Jr Fedrick, J A Smith, Lymin J. G. FADRICK.
*' in conversation ; n'shirt collar was !. the said' county of
? which iaJuces the squatter to pull up ofhis election, : the remaining members (fIve ;! other Seemed to' a...-The: said ENOCH! SEVER i, a stout, well Feanyer, Fedrick Smith, Richd March 1';, 1S4. 11-41 _
stakes" and move his dotnicil a or sit, we forget which) were elected by btnall j jmujoiitiefe perceptible ; every person built man, about *i\ feet high, ratLer pale looking, j Fletchf r.Chribtopber} C Smith, Patnck
t pride himsi-jf on the size of his, as they were ; Ford S R 2 SnathJohn M Spring and Bumnler Clothing.
hundred miles to the wet. is a component and Gov. Pennijiglon( caueed the i' and hi* light hair. | ,
part of the mighty huliuct which chew civilization votes of two townships tube suppressed and then worn large. Randolph's complexion' 7/i n-itness icherrof, I have hereunto set j jSEAI.I Gibson. Robert E She, MM CI.ARK & STIL.L.31AN an now receiving a

across tLc Bosphoru into Greece, fiom I his certificate of election the i' was precisely that of a mummy-withered, { my hand a-d caused the great s cat of | (jhen*. John Sinjlttoa.' C F J but select assortment of SPRING AND
gave to
whig saffron dry, and bloodless could the State to be atiixed, this ?d day of Groover, Elvira .mori3Albert GGonekee SUMMER CLOTHING, t oetber with a few articles
Greece to Rome, front Rome lothe land the members. This high-handed] outrage was ; : you not Apnl.A. D.lli). i Mrs Lucy Ann SmithMarshall such aI.rLtls

Gaul and the Briton, from Europe to America, sustained, ut the tune, by the whole strength have placed a pin's point on his face, where 1 WILLIAM I). MOSELEY, I Giimea; Wna 5impon, ThomasGris'et. Drap d'Dte,

and (wl.o will gainsay it ?) in remote futurity, 4 ofthe whig party ; but it reaction carno at you would not have touched a wrinkle. His Bv the governor : ioymior of Florida. EC W Spencer, Samuel. Cas1inercttcs, Marseilles, &c.
J lips were thin, compressed and colorless 'A. E.- E.MAXTELI. /Vrrrfarjr of Stair. \ Germany, Eleanor Smith, Hannah M
from America .Uia. Head us the causes, last, and in lS43thc Penningtons were utter ; G ,MrGhent Tayt6rJohnS 2 Suitable to manufacture and to be disposed of fcr '
rone r
philosopher or metaphysician 1 Are they to ly defeated. They lost all their influence and j his chin, hearde! an a boy's, WM* broa 1 fur Now Opening Nirarod Thorr.aa, Richc CASH, and CASH ONLY,at moderate profit ; and

be sought in the world cf matter ; and as power, and the election fraud and high the size of his face, which v.-as small! ; bi Gunnel, John TurnirAB would cordially invite their old friends and custcn-
pro. nose was straight, with nothing remarkable in COME and see a general assortment cf1'ancj Hart ridge, Dr S Tan, Mrs Martha Alavev. ers to rail and purchase.
earth revolves from West to East, does the ftcriptive party course which marked their career Dry, and Stable Goods, Taltaha'iPe, March 17,1S49. 11
i it its lie } Asa Taylor,
vital the the infiu.ence is remembered except was Ion short. worts a fur Made :
power of human race frel only with disgust. And Hats, IJoniicts, Ready Clothing, Holland, Henry D Mrs A C
motion and pursue the opposite course? yet Gen. Taylor selects this most hateful! of: cap, which he took fi, standing a fe'.v minutes I I Pboei and Hoots!, Crockery. Glass, llandson J WateiSOflJ.hi1amir.gtun. Notice.
uncovered. Fancy a dead man struck into i i IVouJ; U'Jlk,and Hard Ware.
or arc those causes to be found in the nature all party! proscription's as the repiesentativu i S. F. Bl'RNEY. Nathaniel Weekly, Mary be sold at public Auction the highest
of mind ftself? or euall ve class! them at last of his no-parly creed." Heaven protect the life by lightning, and all his life in his eye i ij April 7th, IS tO.! 1 lii Hale! Benjamin XVilbef,Charles 3lloocke'r WILL in tt 5 city of TallahaWe, on SAT

tmong the inscrutable dispensations of an people of young Minesota from the crushing j and you have a picture of John Iaud.ilph.- : : Capt Ward White, fl1l K 1 URDAY the Uth day of April next, unless previou.Vir -
John ,
Oralors nf the Jb'rolution.I i Notice Houck, of sale the described
Magooii's j jAslor disposed at private following -
influence cube broad
overruling Providence ? seal !-Wash. Union. H-rris, John K. Wright, Jamesllei4nerJohn '
I QIX inonthi after date, I shall apply to the Hon.O \Villiami.J F property, viz ; LOTS No. 3773.and' 73,
; in the Northern addition of tfie of Tallahassee
Eitortion Case. In the N. Y. Triwe City ;
An Unknown Ci'y 1 Iiit.-The Judge? of probate for the county ot Jeffersonfor Huddleston.P W 3 Wilpiore, Wm.XVilUin.Mrs
Hronght .
known the HACKLEY PBOPERTY.Also.
Co!. Fremont.-The Washington Correspondent bone find of administratrix de as -
a lung account an attempt to letteik dismission as non Holland, John Anna
Courier lies Etats Unis states that ancient 1 Lots No. 265.266,267, and 2-5S, also ia the
of the Baltimore Sun suys : an i extort 850,000 from Wm. B. Astor, by threat i ii with the will annexed, ol Jeremiah Johmon. late of I ojlingJ.s.rt Ii, Wm T XVhitton,Washington Northern addition of (the City t t Tallahassee.

The family of d>l. llenton feel no appreLctuion city has been accidentally discovered in Asia i ening to sacrifice his life and Let. J said c.wmtv.-deceaied. MARY S. JOHNSON Her ford, Sandford R XVotten.r nWallers. .1'_. __ ...I, .,%>.
Minor, miniated on the borders ofthe old king I Jefl'ersonConntv.Ayril7th, IWj. 14 Hall Mrs Barlura Eenj January next, to be secured by.a deed'of Trust on
for the eaMy of Lieut. Col. Fremont tern signed by E. K. Buss wood
,.we re sent Frtesan Williams,James W
doms of Pont us, Cuppadocia and Galatia. Henry, the property. Persona disposed to purchase at prUvatesale
end party, though the first two or three paragraphs Seven and about I lo him, containing the threat. fly direction JTXA ixsuuNcc COMIMXT; Hunter, Mary" E Ware, Mrs Mary C may apply to Mr. John W. Argyla ia Tallahassee
of your telegraphic despatch arc probably templbs two hundred hous** | ofthe police, .Mr. A. placed $50,000 cf BJJU.j HARTFORD, CONN. Item rell. F Williamson, ElberrWhilden ,or to the.vabscriber in Quincy.
bare been found, although in a partially ruined Hackley, R J Alfred WWiUon THOMAS MtNROC.'I
correct. From the despatch it appears j rioutt bills at a place designated by BassWood. -
thkt Col. Freamont had himself condition Dr. Bruuner, who has visited ; r"I lin undersigned having laley! been appointed ; Hart, James LHawes I D F 2 March Irt, 1549. 10-5w
arrived at these structures has not been j Officers wero in readiness, who took in ; J. th-Mr agent in this vicinity, will insure Buildings Dr Ceo EHodson Williams John
Taos, and uWquentIjr accompanied the par. Lie find as yet, a. charge Franklin G. Bragg and Isaac A. ind Stocks a.eainst Ws by fire on the most favorable ThosII Young, C C 2IlendersonMissCarOlmflC For New York.

ty-uf dragoons despatched by Maj. Beale to to any inscrption or bas-relief, that Biggs, brothers-in-law, who called fdr the terms. Persons who wish to renew their insurznce 7T11T: Brig SUWANNEE," Clark. ,
new packet
could furnish
the Col. Fremont's We the least trace lo the name or with this Company can do so on.applica- (Personscalling: for amy of the above lettm
relief of have
men. money. The writer of ibm letter pretended I Master, havirsg the bulk of her cargo enpgrd
of this situated in the midst ofex. R- B. POST. will they are advertii-ed.
ITO account of the tetittA of that expedition to tensive excavations city, which traveller ha that Mr. Aster's father had wronged his fa. tin'i Talt41iaiee to April 7th, IS 19. 14-tf pease say M. NASH, P. M. will sail for the above port with despatch For

Taos, and therefore the remaining portion of no ther out of some money, and he gave in his freight or passageapply MCNAT.CHT to CMOND.
been known a
the despatch needs confirmation. ere now to visit letter a minute account of sortie pretended WHITE SPRING, For New York: Newport, March 10. IS 19 tO ,,

lithe party of Col. Fremont lost 130 mules, NeicspAptr Case.-In the Supreme Court transactions between the two in manufactu. HAMILTON' COUNTY, FLORIDA. rpHEregular Packet Brig LUCY.Ilosmer, mater, a

there surely could have been no necessity for of Rhode I bland, in the case ofJenper liar. ring spurious coin for trading in furs. ID this "PHF. undersigned respectfully inform the public J. will sail as a'jove. For freight or pa.wage, ap- GrocerIes, &c; -"

*!* feeding on tha bodies of their comrades ;" ding vs. Henry 0'Wolf for nine years' sub. he appears to have desired to woik upon Mr. J_ that they have leased this Spring for a te.-m of ply to JOHN DENHAM. 1 BAGS RIO COFFEE,
scription to the Pennsylvania Inquirer from The inlnehil! properties of the water are so Newport. March 3t, IS49. 13 10 S do. St. i.omingodo. '
Cor is there any authority to Warrant the sup. A.'s fears disgracing his father's memory.A >ears
known that it 13 needless to say anything 5 do. White Java do. t
position, that ** all of Col. Fremont's party, except 1835 to 1844, it was ruled that tho regular letter was sent to Mrs. Astor alsb, the iri- generally For New York. 2 do. Brown do. do. '

himself, perished." There is probably mailing of a newspaper for a length of time tent ot which was, plainly, to woik upon her on To that those subject.athicted with Rheumatism, Scrcflula.Du-: 'T'HC regular Packet Schooner COMMODORE S Dlii,. crushed Sugar, '- '1

no doubt that the party have suffered severely, was al least prirtajacfc evidence ofits reception fears, so as lo itiddce her to persuade her bus. pepsi and the thousand ills which mortal are heir JL KEARNEY, Paine, masterwill sail as above. 2 Boxes Loaf do. j r. '?* <

as stated, lost many of their mules, and per. and that receiving a paper for a certain band to comply with the outrageous deniarid. to, we would respectfully suggest that they try its freightapply to JOHN DENHAM.Newport. Goahen Butter,Box, and Pine Apple Chteie. Sopperior *-* '
believing from its i almost miraculous 3tt March. 1349. 13 Family Flour, Cider.and White Win Vinegar.
haps a few but there is nothing in the time and not ordering the same discontinued, It threatened oxp'osure, assassination and arson viitues many -
men, cures effected by its use that they a'.io! will be imila Codfish. Herring*, Chocolate, Candies, Siocnj ,
despatch, when carefully perused, to warrant was sufficient to hold the person liable for the but promised an eritiie settlement of difficulties ly beneftted. And w* say to all who visit this Liverpool Salt. Pickle. Atn.oDds, t ig3, TaW Salt, ic. Itc... .

any more dimlrous Conclusions. Them cant subscription price, notwithstanding he may provided the S50OtfO be paid ai stipulated Spring, thai i in the e vent I hat they are not benefited O ECEIVED per Schooner Lucy Blake,600 Sack Received per brig Suwannce.'and for sale bf.McNAUGHT .-. *"

March .
The seekers of pleasure will here find a delightful New port, 10, 1849. 10 .
'his party, is now eafely in California ( or that was accordingly given for the Plaintiff. tenants, and the household servants place toi&ite away tbwr time. Newport' 31st March 1849.

he w-ill, in a few weeks, embrace his lovely Savannah Georgian. who are In the conspiracy. Another letter The Hotel having been renovated, and the moms DLWFifl a ] Take Notice ,. A'rpfl

child and accomplished lady, who recently de. Contented Stares.-The 5sew York Sun was also received by Mr. Astor, evidently made comfortable and supplied with new furniture, 7. ut EIiIifMdntictllo } aub-criber respectfully request their cnitomers -

parted in the steamer fiom York fur their fu- has the followings written in a. disguised hand, and signed A we hope tofeiVe general for supplies satUfaction., .c., are such as to Attorney Firrida 1. to call and settle their account! immediately
lure home the 'Two slates about week Servant wherein the writer states that he arrangements Jefferson Cduniy, ; as they have engagement's the 'qrth'
on shores of tho broad Pacific.Pretty were brought, a enable'us to keep as good a table as can be found in ,,.at ,.
since, in a vessel from Virginia to this city.- had been offered a large sum, $200, to burn lbeSautTh. WILL attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle which must be ruet prctnpilj; athtnimestfhop.( |
and of the CwJnty Columbia in the their friends will aid! theta doif will
The vessel the foot Canal his The letter ended \vith an Stable wlllb'e provided with the best provender in so >|for they ,
fairly Staled.-In a time of much lay near street premises. earnest The with attentive Eastern Ctcult.March3t.lSt.. be compell* dn place i lheicairnsjxa ?he hands-of .
f feligous excitement and consequent discussion, for several days, and when it became known appeal to Mr. A. to be excediugly care that the-country. aflords, and 13 an Attorney for collection. '.*- "* .

an honest Dutch farmer of jbe Mohawk was that slaves were on board, a number of the ful, as somebody was determined to inflict a otliti.. .froIT4 Tal1ahasec and Jacksonville will For Sale N. B.ll unsettled account closed! from thfdate
Pa enger
ukcd his opinion as to which denomination abolitionists proffered to aid them in gaining serious injury upon both his perscii and prop meet with no inconvenience in getting from Alligator : March 3d. IS id. <
ifChrhtians their The slaves for and otherwise. Similar the Spring, as arrangements will be made to r-pWO NEGROES man and wife, first rate characJ -. CLARK Si. STlLLMAN.
in the gdnjiowder
were right' to Heaven liberty. were grateful crty, by lo
way | ter,the woman a first rate house servant.Cook, !March 3, IS t?. 9It'wfI1SACK
: 'elI, den," says be, yen we ride our the interest taken in them, but refused to ac. letters had been sent to other persons, show brinR them will without be moderate.any delay.. | Washer and Ironer. Persons wikhing to buy such

Wutat to Albany some lay die is de pest road, cept the offers. When the vessel !eft for Vir. lug a concocted design on the part of some rUurd. SAM BLTFIKGTON. Jr. | properly will please tall soon. as I am anxious to Iu'J SALT JUST S S RECEIVED KNIGHT B'Y Cdr; 1.
In.1 One sny ddt u de pest! ; but it don't nukoI'fl ginia, they returned in br to their mIcr? 1 villains to extort a handsome* sum, hy operaS tRLES}\ E. RYAN ui.e money. S. S KNIGHT M..rch 1, ISIS'9! -
Marc-liOI.! !5tO 13
r q "hirh r'ji lak ; frr ih. k'd" j (ing open ho fears cf pfrsofl! I. April: ntw I i m3m Tallahavcrs &


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2- ,- ::-:-- ;.-:--:: -::-_ --- -" -- ---- In Chancery. In Gadsden --
: --7-::-- ; --- ------ DR. TOWNSEND'SSARSAPAFULLA Circuit
cT near St Louis, 'Missouri in addition to the ten t Ihe manufcript books and papers of the late James. Just Received, MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA -itf GADS :-' TO SPRING Court

thousand dollars heretofore appioprhicd by the act I onroe, to be! defo.itf in like manner in the De- LEWIS fc -\1\US' Drug Store, a fresh 5\1rplJ DEN CIRCUIT COURT. 'Thomas TERM, 1940.

approved August third eighteen( hundred and fortyight >artmcnt of AT New and Valuable lJedicinesamonVhld 1 the World i. F.l\Iartin,
The most extraordinary .Medicine In The Branch of the Bank of the) ,8 Attad.ment for SIO
thousand PxOBT. C.
lor the lame object twenty dolars. WINnOp. are I the folhvcing: Eond in jI
to be expended only' when the foH'rlmcnt (hal Speaker of the 1 luse PILLS AND RESTORATIVE State of Alabama, Compl't., Areh.B. McDougald., S'l'20.

attained a bOla fide title' to the G. DALLAS, DR. SPE.1'oCER'S'F.GET.nI.E vs. 9'UIE defendant and all other p?non n interej,
purchase of said iile the ten thousand dollars heretofore Vice President of the United Stated, BITTERS, Benjamin C.West.SherifTorGads. .1. are.hereby notified of the institution
appropriated! by the act aforesaid. or so much and Pie-ident cf the Senate. Designed for, and viII cure lv->pe-psia. Liver Com den County, and er-officio Bill to foreclose I above suit by attachment!,and are required of the

therwf is be ArrnovEP, March 3, IStO plaint Piles Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred on the Estate of James Mortgage. and plead to the declaration filed therein to apnra..

To enable ncceboyshal' \ the apphr reaniry to collect JAMES K- POLK.PROCLAMATION diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure ity dec'd., John F. admr'l time prescribed by law. ,witbia the

facts and inloTnation in relation) to marine hospitals -L tllllie of blood. William Innerarity Dated January 20th, A. D. 1949.JOHN .
-- -- ----
and the marine hospital lund and to report tn Con- DR. HULL'S WORM LOZEtLS.'nle Inneranty.Lewis W. \
what alterations arc necessary and practicable safest most effectual, and plea-ant preparationbefore 'iiI91ll-hIuII} Hcloisc Minor, Defendant. J Plainti ERSKINE
fn the administration of the same,one thouta-id dol. the public, for the eradication of WORMS, in I T BEING MADE APPEAR by affidavit filed I February, 1819. 6 3m'i Attorne.
Children or Adults.HULL'S IIIII1MInAIYIIIPI this that John F.
COUGH LOZENGIS. 4i # in cause, Innerarity resides be-

JrJ.St1'I YS OF PUBLIC LANDS. Will pnEvr.NT Consumption and CURF. all ra es ofCe oid the limits of the State of Florida to wit, in the SIMON TOWLE. MAB1AXO D. p'Y
State of Alabama that William .
For surveying the public lands in addition to the >lds, Asthma, Spitting ol Bloo.1, Pjins in the Side-: ; P. Innerarity re. TOWLE & PAPY
ides out of the Middle Circuit of Florida to wit in ,
wnc.xpended balance ol (ot-mr appropriations, -iz ; I Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Com
(he City of Pcinacola in the Stale Attorneys and Connstllors
For surveying t the public lands, including inciden11 plaints. of Florida ; that at lair,

to be apportioned to the several dis -.U.!o- Santiago Innerarity resides beyond the :limits of the i HAVING formed an association for the Practice
expnlel. to the exigencies ol the public set. DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS Tfi ll Extract i*put vp in quart bottles it mix. slate of Florida, to wit, in the Island of Cuba ; that: I ,will attend the sC'euCourts of the-

vice, the part to be applied to !tIll euivevsol in1* Well known as a Safe Certain and F.nVclual Cure tines cheaper pltolJll1ltr.llId : ,ranted sup. Lewis W. Minor and Heloise Minor reside beyond Middle Circuit of Florida and in the District Court
aud ; rvr to nit fold. It cures ducasc without voniit- t lite limits ol the( State of Florida to witin the State of the U. S
Iowa, at Tallahassee.
mineral regions ol Michigoa! Wilcolin. for F.,er and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent AH!! business entrusted
in the location of private caill in Honda, to be and allother Fevers. Piice rtditecd to Seventy-fire: i'ispurs'i"Z'iekeni"S; or debilitating tIt \t.rgllin Virginia : It it therefore Ordered That the to their care will receive prompt attention.

disbursed at augmented rat(*, hundied and lit- Cents per ](.. great beauty and superiority of this S.irsa-: said named defendants do appear and answer the bill 03- Office in the Capitol.
dollars nv 1'Ur GOVERNOR or run STATE 01' FLORIDA.lfHKRKAS. overall other medicine is, that while of complaint l filed therein, within the times limited 17 I'
teen thousand ; The above Medicines, fiesh :and genuine, arc for JL parilla February 1349. 7
).' '\in the southern part of Miiolri. east It 'is required by law that, aiiclicturn sale LJv. LI'VIm: (eradicates the disease it invir,; "rates the body. I It to them respectively that is to say-the said JohnF.

.tf the meridian, at five' dolhrl per nikon ;account > I ', 'be h held, in t thi" State on I the liiM Mondai,' Tallahassee Fa. is one ot I the very best Spring and Summer medicinesfier Inneiantv', Lewis W. Minor, and Heloise Minor, 200 Sacks Salt.

<>1'the dillicu tie in executing sunn,'sin that section i in May next, lor a R 'gistfr ot" Public Lands: lo hole I For certificates of recommendation, and other ii n- known ; it not only purifies the whole system within the period of four months from the date ofllu' ( ECEIVED

r>f the State owing to lakc, swamps and rrmshes, until the first t Iunda ol OtoLr. K>o ; al>o, for I format!ion concerning; I Ihc above Medicines f future and strengthens the person! hut it creates new, pure l first publication! of this order; the said William .1 n\ per Brig Wacl>.a. For sale by

lour thousand. dollars; i Judge'ol Pr.Lalt' tor'lbt tc\'ral Counties, to hold I ddveilicnirnts, and pamphletshichinav: be obtained I,. and rich blood ; a power pose-wcl by no other! med P. Inner.irity within the period of two month ; and 1 1 Newport Feb. JOBS DENHAM.
For correction of erroneous and defective surveys till the liM Monday ol October IfeSl.and Julicrsol of the Acentu.March icine. And in this lie Ihe grand secret of its wonderful t the slid Santiago Innerarity within the period of six: 21,1319. 8

inbtiull and deUched" pot t turns, inlhloi.and thcPeaceforearliDiMiict I in I Ihe SCHul Coui 1 H, 1tS. -' success. It Im performed within the last t two m months, or in default thereof the said bill of complaint -
9 .
Minjiniri? at a rate not exceeding six dolar per ties, to hold lor two seas, (all of said officers lo con -- -- -. years, more than :;OHOO cures of severe ease of may be taken as confessed by the said defendants OS1L\Y .0 'cr 'CfSI 01 nJqa.j

KHIC thousand Uo hundred dollars ; I. tinue in office till their !UICSSOr shall be elected Drugs, Medicines, &c. disease; at IcaM !),OO(( were considered incII.r.lhle., .. al and after the several periods limited lo '

I'or completing survcvsui Arkansas, at the incrca and qualified:) It lias "J-e.llhc lives of more than .,,OOO children: t them respectively in this order. Providedthat thisorder zuoqintr; Amp,( anoq. no aauw ;nl1 U! joeoir

:>ed rates, in consequence ot( the peculiai difii i. Ins iir.RKnv ORDIKKD, That the said! election EDWARD BARNARD, JI:., the psit 1 season in the city of New York aloie.- be published once a week for the term of four: oqi; JOJJB 'll!-" '):!Jou MM,) p3JrU pj-zSjJsip aq 'P39_ !:ds aaij.
Culliesatcndilg the execution ol them,eat) hun be held thioughout Ihe Stale, according to law, and TT.S received, by the late arrival :Afresh Ire I than months, and at the expiration of the said term o/,I 'sautsnq! juaDJd anaijuoo! oq\\ ;soq. V

drcd and fifty dolar. the offic !whose dllit b to older said elections i J. addition to his stock ol (tJl'NUINE 3Oi} cae of Chronic Rheumatism ; four months, then continuously] once a month for: pu 'nn HIM! //" jeqi stq! jnq 'fiuo! .oj( miquasntjj 3JQ"

INTERCOURSE: WITH I FOREIGN NATIONS. will take notice hereof. :: DRUGS) AND :Mr.DICINI'S.all ol ,(ooO< cases of D\ipep ; I Ihe terra of two months, in a newspaper published I aq )ou lIJJou! JEI'JJ A" q p.pxs2uP
For of the of the United Slates Witness jn>' hand and the gieat seal of the Stategi'cn w hint are of pom! qiulity, Imr.fe/I" Caih. .1 1,000( cases General Debility antI want ofEnerg y:; within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida., sjqj sJ"OJJ) [ iazurs! autaaha3slSa2
uIriI tlini"tef all I ho Capitol,this -20th day of Janu of the dilferrnt Female THOMAS BAL TZF.J.T. 'dO
Russia, Pnifeia, Spain, Brazil Also on hand a general assoitmcnt. ol the followin 7,000 cases complaints; Lath; sjtmotne; ai '
and Mexico,Iuncf. thousand dollars and [$ !
; cl f the Uitittil 311f the 7"d jear.V.M. I Houck's Panecea Rmvan-IV Imps.we.1 Tnnic1i\- 1,5W! cass of Liver Complaint ; 11. J.UPO:T, Sol. (for Compl't. PUt q Suidjaq! v ptt)1
> ;".
fur outfit ot said t.threc lluiusand PUB LiSt Joj ut sue
mli"leu. ti ) 1). MO.SLLiY: (;orciner.ttest Wil.l >,.,)> of Di"easpof I lie Kidneys and :. A true : 011'sJawOJ T
IV'i l,. ..nt .. nav be necessit *" ; i tire, WNtar's Hal-iam: of Clieiry, Hrandrcth't I cases Dropsy I copy -so: siq!! ( uo t\\i\\ 3 \UnJP)d'aJ jsotu
lor: al.ret. ot .the eecictarie! of( 1t gutiun to mesame 1 : Pill! SI.rtn'UI'S Celebrated Cathartic: Camphor.) : JHP0case.ot the Gravel; : ; I. P.. HARRIS, Clerk Gadsden Circuit Court. jaquosqnsiXl!
places, forutcen thousand dollars; : A. t.. 31A1' P.... A'.S..y i\ Sta/ \\ otto, Cough: and Dinner Lozenge., Bonpland's( : JOIlIl; ) cases of the Yellow Jaundice; Ry R. C. LESTER, Deputy Clerk. dI3JdIH{ { dp{
For salary of inuustei resident to Turkey" six January 2", l l1t). ;a Cm (Vlebrated Feverand AgiK-R.-medy, LnreniaCoidulThompson's ( 1,500 cacs of t he Drop-j ; March :3, lS-!t. !0 ICmBagging
thousand dollars ; I ----- ----- E -Water, McMunns' Elixir! of Opium, fct, >jO casi of the Consumption' Flour, &c.

For salary of the dragoman to the legation to Tor. UNITED STATES'Yholcsalc I Sands S.irsiipai'ill.1; Turn<'-* Teve-r and A UIPiiis, And t IhoMsinds ol ca-ies of c1i"ea..e of the blood \i1. :: Rope, and Salt. ECEIVED

key, twotwunnd t live hundred dollar; Clot hug I Tvlrr's dittei t Gordon's l illinn I R
I\ t a uunbu-r to the G: manic Con. ,ilchousc. !1 Hl'ckwilh'nli.l)ysl.'plic PilN PeieiVamSpencei's 1 Face Scald Head Teller, Nenralgia, 5oc.i.r., t together 200 pieces Bagging i 16 planting Potatoes,

hoeration. nine thousand dnllais; !Pills and i i" Ascnl; for S. P. Town
For one year'* salaiy lor the taid minister, tiin(, LEWIS & HANFORD, j I celebrated Sars-aparilla, in ipurt' bullies, at SI I P>crhe the Side and Chest, Spinal A Heel ions, &e. &c. COO! sacks Liverpool Salt for sale by 50 sacks Salt, for sale by

thousand dolar; JVo j. 2.12 t\ IVnil Slirof boll Ie. Al.;, 1S49.
For one ycai'i salar" fir a "secretary legation tithe Fulton-t-t and: Bin ling Slip.) I |\i'ne Citrir or Lfnion Acid far itri-U-rabK- I Ii .!.Ii"ra"ei the Kidneys and Iropy.and all affectiof Iii NeTpnrr.o"cmht'r IS, t ISIS. IS 3
said tnufcion, two thousand dollars : (1(1.n j I ick or ordi'i.irv use titan that IIsuallJ; !sold, LondoiPorter of the! Urin.m Or .tn.. Stvnal thousand ca For wui for a mini.ler to the govetiuneut* ni: XRnrORI, $ &c., &.c. been reported as cured when all other remedies have: Pickled Mullet. Blacksmithing.

Chili, 1 hotatld dollars; HAVE ox IIAMl TIlE I.ARCKbT .\HOnTU1l; __June___I HI._ _1..1.| ___ _47__ __ faiU-d. BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLET, of GOOD, substantial, and cheap Bhcksiuithiog of
For saLary 01 lid minister, nine thousand dos.J CL11IN. (' For h New York. I Hundreds of ca"es of Fits ar.d Nervous Dises.Ori..inatiu' ., 50 the first catch, and in fine order. kinds done at the Shop near my Stable, occupied .

hrs ; I.V 11IKFNITKD in Debility have been entirely cured and: F'orsIe1osv by ?McNAUGHT & ORMOND.: II last year by Miller Brokavr..

For Abraham Kcnclier, late charge d'afTaircs 1-S I I: STATES I lhoii.;ands of ca-ea of Dvsentery. Dianhec and Summer Newport, November 2", IS H. 10 January 20, IS 19. 3 A. A. FISHER.
Portugal, such mm as the Sccre-tatx' of State, upon Adapted to the Soul bern and SOUl ) Kils.. S&'t.RKtJULAR Complaint. ----- -- ---- --------- -- -4
t\\ d
adjusting his claim hall all
detention abroad from: second January, eighteen hun. In the article of ._ '. [SjIjnok out far Imitation*.-Unprincipled] persons .. FULL I!
; .upply m.anufacturedTobaccosjnst received DEALERS IS
tired and forty-cight! t. to the fcixtcenth Septembc' have copied our labels and medicine A
put in
& 1HIAU JLiS.i up and for sale
: by
IUIOWI ng: l'lr't/d, S1Cli "um "LIdU ILL,! cxceed t be r-I-'IIF. OF PACKKTS: between the .ame shaped b.ttles. See that each Iotlle! I has: McNAl'GHT MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS.
& ORMOND.NewpnrtM.rchIMl.'I9.
rte of his otlictal salary ; v. Keep an cndlls varitiv. York and St. Marks anti Newport, ss ill the written signature( of S. P. TOWNSKXD.: Toilet Articles, Perfumery, ic., Window Grll H%

For salaries ol charges des affaires to I'l'l-tual, ALsO THE lbT FXy..E :IA"V.-ACy"'nu OF commence- running: at the opening of the f.dllrade, N. B.-I't.'r'JI1i inquiring for I this medicine should: 10B PAINTERS' 13W5HEaMDCoLost,,

Austria, Denmark, Sweden lulan.l. BelJilm. Naples OIL CLOTHING and continue i I IhrolJrhoullI.e t entire }ear, viz : not be induced lo take any other. Druggists put I upni; Leon County Apothecaries' Class Ware, etc
SarJilia. the! Papal New Brig WAIU'ALLA ,('I'.n. Master, and of their HE above constantly hand
Chi Ptru. AM OCILLA Sarsiparillas, course prefer selling TAX COLLKCTOK'S S.\LE. rp on ,and for sale at the
(;iicnada \Vnczuela., Buenos r(!, \ Guate- COYIIII1) HATS him, do. others have purchased t that put up i in small bottlrs, JL lowest market prices.
mal and ECId'r. sevnty.sI. x t thousand fit c hun I In I the Wot Id. LUCY, !lomer! do. and becau: the t 1.Jkl''attT profit recommend; Y virtua of the power vested in me by laI I LEWIS & AMES.

dollars : and lor outfits for !aid chaigos des al- Plain and Fashionable Clothinsr of SUWANNHH, Clark do. (new,) j j Ihe-m-do not I be deceived by any-inquire for Dr.Townend's have let icd upon and shall expose for sale, before Tallahassee November 20, I IS 17. IS
taires,! i). thousand live hundred dollarsor all kinds. 'rC1 S.P'rr)', do. (tlt'\".) and take no other. the Court Hoine door,in the city'of Tall.ihassee I _

bo much thereof as may be necessary)' ; I.:\JS &J.\tFOHD.! ; Tho-e Brigs are built in the nn.t t.ihlantial manner I Principal ()lice, l'2- F ltonst.Sun Building, N. on the fir.t Monday in May next. ((18 ZI.' ) Ihe f following ; : MILLER & BROKAW'S

-- For contingent expenses of foreign intrcolll. Doceir-ber 23, IMS. s. 2o2 23 s.::; Ptar.?/. expressly for tiis trade, and are commanded by L'I Y., I'),', South Pearl street Albany ami for sale by described property or so much thereof ail will I
thirty : dollar :1 careful and experienced Captains. Freight and pa-y tie State and County Taxes due thereon for thp Livery) & Sale Stable ; -------------- passage -I all the principal Druggist ald l Merchants: gene-rail,!t} ;;:r 1lEI
For of intercourse with the at Ihc lowest rates. pn"I .vear IS-I Sto wit :
expenses Barbar throughout the United States! West Indies :1111111 I I ie I _L1l1 TALLtI4A'SEE
Powersnine thousand dollars ; )j XOllCB I HliKCItY (; \'IS to all whon I COn, ANDI'.RSON & CO., Canada; That b,;d} of land) lying in the County of Leon, FLORIDA.
For may concern, I that 1 have: day i in 10) Hoaver: street New York. bounded North the line of demarcation n lIE subscribers have moved up tr Ilieir ftre-prccf
salary the consul at London,two thousand I 1t' .\ fri'-h supply of the above valiuMctl mPllirinljllt by West by j I IL
the Oflieeoftlse Circuit brick
Court for Stables, and take this .
JOHN ) to inform
dollars DF.NHAM the Oclockonee opportunity
River South Wakulla
; by
County, t
received and fur sale who'e. ale and retail
1 tv of JrlVi-un! Middle Circuit by !
For salary of the oomiioncd to the Samlvshich of the Slate of Fori. McNAUGHT & ORMOND, lDW.UDIIW Jr. and 1 East by Ihe St. Marks River,known as "Forbes I their friends anti the public generally of the
Islands three da a petition in behstli of Andrew J. \Moore in right I t'I : fact. Being thankful for the liberal
thotmnd doll an.; D. LAUD.! Purchase and purporting to belong to thepalacb- patronage the
of his wife, Muuio, one of the] heirs at l Newport 12 Newport.November I have heretofore received they solicit continninc
For of I ho of thecornimsMonfr, to n"chcnn Asiguct! 1S1 I' 4 icola Land Company.: a *
payment salary 11 tSl.1 17 Cm
law of : late of tbe
: ol said deceased. ----- t samE' and hem
the cnp7cr Jl County \ pledge t eIYu 10
S.n which blands, from the cummcncfiiient I of ---- -- -- WoISE4Sec7T'2P.2SandE.W1e J ; of( spare pain
the falr\ Mr! Eamll to the termination If that who died intestate, lul lla- jiattition of the Real i l !: Gunny Cloth. STATE OF n.OIMDA[) : N H 4. Sec I", T 2, R '2, S and K., owner unknown.fl : I for the accommodation of those who may pat ronisa

vf II. iii'jch as i is necessary of the sum ProPerty ty and slaves of the estate of the said Ebencxcr -j I A SMALL supply: EXTRA HEAVY, claiIy! exCx Sii :ITIidtllc Judicial t Circuit: of : t S W 4, Sec 2u, T 1, R 1 N and W., owner un- them. Their Stables are situated on Washington
cfliftecn Ful nii. dect-a"cd, :and that 1 will j I 1 applv t to I IhcCouiton pccted, fur sale by j jt Fla. known. Square, in the most convenient pait of the town, and

For interpreters dolhf.guards, and other of the Third MonJav, in June lint lor the ;sp-t t M.-NM'GHT & On\tO"D.r I I (.ailMlrn: Co.---Fall Term, IS IS. W !i lot, No. 1 1&9, l Iving and being in old plan city for comfrrt' and convenience, they cannot be surpassed
C expenses oilltent of Commii-sioncrs to make pailition of r : IN CHANCERY, ) William II.-\rmi ltf'.t1and John bv Stables the
the at Stn and Al : 'wrorl'mhpr 1 It. 1i'1.! ISi of Tall.iha-.see, owner unknown. any in Southern country.
conlulAet Coultninol1e. >rn3, taid estate according lo law. Monticell.i, Match 3 J, __._____ _. R. Armiatead, Jumps. 1 November IS, 1S4S. 13
: ,one ; : I Lot No.2, Irac sec !13: ; lot1 1 anJ 2, fnc sec 23 1 ;
For salary ol the commissioner to f'bide dolar China, Ib-H'! THO.S. JEFF.: HEIR, Gat1lioc1cu Co. Tax Collectors Sate I and section 21 l ; W J, anti N Iof Sec 2-:, and lots No.I .

including additional ct.mpcn-atiun uudcr the act of. Solicitor for Petitioner. l1f Y virtue of the. power vested in me by ]last'. :I I Allen B. Spooner& MatildaW. I i,2-l I, :5, 6, and 7, of Sec. 20, in Township, N: In Leon Circuit Court.
eleventh March 10. lS4'i.! IU-SKI: JJ.D shall for S.tlc for Cash.hefun.thC' Between his wile, & John E. Jo":n.I -
eighteen hundred and fort-eight, c.xpcfe Coin tt! of R I containing'2131 acres, purporting to belong -
\ugust. SPRING
tix House door, in the town ol Quinry, tIll I son. William H. A. Johnson 1S49.Thouslin
; on 1-fllIbJ I to Albert A. Pickett :and John II. Gindraf.W ( .
For compensation. to Peter r.lkr. ( ; : Court of Probate, 10th; da} of April next t, the following
gat ion and Chinese inlcipretei t at erarofp.. hiSer.: J\nCJ 21st! A. D. J 1S1 I?. ,! <: ty, lr ?o much thereof ;s will piv the Slate wnd ant being a minor, JJrfend' longinz to e.tate of A. Brandon, for taxes due for Lumpkin a.,. 'tflrbt -OtJO

vices a charge ds affaires: of the United Stair* at SFATK: or FI.nIA-'Ot LION.: County taxes due thereon for the ear 1-1 1- T | ants. .tears 1 tIi, I Hl 1/>, 1 117, and I SI*. William S. j Damages I60O.fWIIE .
n OJ' The 13t1l1" 'I appearing lo the Court that the defendants! in Carpentu.r.
place,frnin the day purpoilin; lo belong to lhe"aladli- Section l l."i, T I.I R rand E.
laid tiventveighth of June, eighteen i Willi..m G. Ponder Executor J. the I, puiporting to belong delendant and all
aboveause others interested
(1)) cola Land situated are non re.-idents! of Ihe Stale of mil
Coi.pjny.: I .
hundred and f theCi-unly cl CJ'I.I W.
< G. Gould.
to the to I
day of A t'4\'I.; t\\enlj-first the last. will and itt. tamcut den, bounded, North by the linl' of demarcation. Florida. they being reMcuts of the State of Virgin: i*_ take notice of the institution of the above svit
ing the interval Iust.cighlt'GIhundh'd bitwcen the death f1rtJ.dgi'Ihe. Archibald Graham, deceased U'I Petition for distribution Wet by Apalachiccila liver, South by the county 0;f'lI:: i is ordered by I the said Court, e.n motion of P. W. Tax Assessor and Collector Leon ) by attachment, and appear and plead to the declaration -
County. p
r vs.. ; c.1 f the! Franklin, and 1at b the Ocklorlionnre rive-r. j While, Solicitor for the Complainants and the said filed in this case within the time prescribed t?
J'crel.ltc commissioner at Canton, and the ac .\ ', ) John } O-IIII..r2t.1515. It t N l law.
John W. Davis, the Jonler. Pecr estate cf John I I ..1.V.. OGILVIE are hereby directed! and required lo appear ---- - ---- II. N. GRAY,
after the of four thousand present five commissioner Careon.! Isaac N. Cook ald Graham: deceased. i-.1 Tax- Collector, GaJsden County, Fla.a and! answer the Complaint's Bill Complaint( : Tax Collector's Sale.B' Attorney lot Plaintiff.
hundred I
dollar rte wife, and Colin ] October 7lh bt'i. 2 j by the first Monday! of April next, ((15ID I I ) or that: December 30, 15 IS. 24 3mNotice.
|ties (deducting his virtue of the authority vested in law
such I
anrum. salary as Graham, I heirs at law of J"IU in default (thereof the Complainants Bill be taken by ,
--- ---- --
ecretary, and I two t thousand: dollars as I have this thy levied,! and will
him for
already paid upon
S Graham
deceased. <; toarI8'sid service) the sum cf two hundred andliinetfjvo I | sale before the Court House, in the city of Talla-
being made lo appear to this Court that B] r virtue of the ve-tc-d in law i'' And it is further Ordered That a copy of this or-: A LL creditors
dollars[ and ninety-two cnll; IT CoHnGraham. I power me by lias:ee, on the first Monday in June next:the (follow legatee?, person entitled t to
Forsalaoy of the interpreter an-1 secretary t to biad one of the defl'ndant nnt in M.& Khali; expose for sile for Cah, before the I :: der be published! weekly in one newspaper in the ing property or so much thereof a* w ill Ihe Staleand JTJL distribution in the estate of James M. Hart, late-

mission t Iwo thousand: live hundred dollars ; peilion. (if he is still in being ,) beyond the Court Hoii>e dmr, in the town Ojiinry, on Mc en- i I State Florida, one in the City of Washington, and County Taxes: due by the owners thereof pay (or the: i off Jefferson County, deceased, are htrtby notified

For buoy on and near the bar 01 Nassau river and I ofthe Slate of Furida.hul within the linil' | da> I Ihe I 1'ilh
on the coalh Georgia and Florida, in the neigh. of the tnilt States : Oidtnd, That,t j scribed prupcily' or so much tlit-ie-of ns will pay the[j j j months (from Ihe insertion thereof in: cacti of s tdialems.The Lots Nos. 10, and part of 175, and 7i5, 0. P., and expiration of two years from this date unless th*

borhood Ihereof,' thousand dollar; the Colin Graham, do appear and j I State and County taxes due I thereon fur thevcir J S ix'. !' objut cf this suit is lo procure par ti. 132, N. A. of Tallahassee, belonging to Anderson same are exhibited to the subscriber; and all persona
compensation ont to the consuls at the five Chi. answer the sail hin four months from: Thp Ta-t half, (IA) of South Ea3t qiiaiter: (r S. lion of the land of John C. .\rmi-lead. deceased Peeler. who have any demands against the said deceased are
the date of Ihe firi.t t publication of utller. I C 4)) Section twe-nty-oneS-21)Ne( t) >rth '>irg and sitaated the State of Florida, in which J t hereby notified to them
nesc porh.%;iz; Kwangciiovv Amoy Fuchow Ningpo "Iler. quarter, the above named Lots Nos. SI, S2, S3, SI, and S:, N A. of city of) present without delay ; and
Shanglue, five thousand dollars ; wise the Comp1inlnt's petition maybe taken as (N K 4)) North We-st (quailtr (N W 4)) Section! / Complainants Defendants are Tallahassee, belonging to Charles F. Mercer. ;I t those indebted to said estate are now called upon t*
Fur salary' ol consul at Alexandria, three contested nd.nt. Provided, That thisorder t went-two, (S 22)) Tov\n:hiji Iwo Range seven,' interested, and known and described as the W half JA.MES W. make immediate payment to
gencial SHERWOOD.
thousand dollars;' be published once week, for the teim of four (T 2, R 7)) North and West on the waters of Crooked : NW quarter, Sec. 31, T. 3 i, N. and W ; N. E. Tax Assessor and Collector ANN HART

For salary of consul at Beirout, five hundred dol. months in some new.-paper published in the County Creek, I the Lands puiportii.g to belong to Fabian: ]t .quarter Sec 31], T. 3 i, R. 5, N. and W ; E. half N: E November IS IS 19. IS's.for Leon County. Quilifietl Executrix.
lars; of J.on. and Slate aforesaid.. .mislead. I .purler Sec. :31, T. 3, R. 5, N. and W ; E. half S. W. Jefferson County, February 10, 1549. C 8w

For the relief and protection of American JAMES 1:. nnoo\r.: ..1.V.. OGILVIH, 1'iarter Sec. 30, T. 3, R. f. N. and W ; W. hall S.: Notice.

in foreign countries one hundred t thousand dollars seamen I udje Jcbate. Tax Collector, Gadadcn County, Fla. W. jr. Sec. 30, T. 3, n.i.; N. and.W; N. E. quarterSrc. months after date, I shall apply to the Hon Fair Warning.LL .
: March ) y, T. :3,R. 3, N. and W S E Sec.
ISJi 0. T..3
For clerk hire, ollkc: and :24. 12-1mS October 7th, 1S4S. J ; quarter) Judge of Probates for the
rent other of
openscsol: 1. 3 N. and W N. :I- A without
W. '. ,
-- Sec. > T. persons reserve
--- -- ----- ; quartet 3. R. 3, positively indebt-
the office the -- den ( letters of elismission
ol l consul of the sir Executor
United the
lon. two thou) ind eight hundred dollars Slates at Lon. Notice. C.adsdcti Co. Tax Collectors Salt.J'"JY I ,. N. and W; N. i K:. quarter Sec. M, 'I'. n, R. 3. N. and ( of Samuel Strickland dec' late of said on estate I. iSL ed to the subscriber for 13I7-S, either br nofr Ior
; virtue I' W; W. half N. W. quarter Sec. 10, T. 3, R. 3, N. county. account, or otherwise, if not settled! by the 10th I
of the
office Months vested in me law I II. II. STRICKLAND
rent of the conul at : ] in Swilzer- aO'r date, the UUdCl signed will spplv power by Executor.
1or he. March
SIN ard! W W. half Sec. 7, T. 1 R. 5 N. next, will most positively |
_U3 ; and cost.
shall pay
for sale! fur January
one [hundred dollars ; arid fur office rent from the Hon. Jnd eof Probate for Leon Countfor v' expose Cash before t the 1 27_,_1M'1! ,
S j I E W. half N. E. February 17, 1S0.
.Tune thirtieth eighteen hundred and { lel'f of dismission as Administrator, of the Court HoU'C door, in the town of Quincv, on Monday ; quarter Sec. 7, T. I, R. :, N and S. F. BURNEY.
forty-flic lh* 10th of the E ; W. halfS.I E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1 I. R. 5, N. and Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
the close of the cutrcut fiscal year, four hundred dol! Estate: of John Smith, deceased late of said count. \plilllc t. following described .
I E: E.: half N. I 1-;. Notice.
Sec. 7 T. R.
: 1. 5 N'
; quarter i. and
much thereof '
lars; PATRICK SMITH I I, Adinissist rator. property or so \\"i1Ipa 'the! subscribers have on hand two hundred and I
For procuring medals] fur Indians, twenty-flvc March 10, 1 ISJ:). Slate and county taxes dui-the eon fortl.c'ellr 1M: j IE ; fl. hall S. I quarter; Sec. 7, '1'. 1, R. 5, N. and Tllr. ounces of Sulphate] of Quinine, which they A LL creditors, legatees, and persons entitled f ts
hundred dollars. Section liftce-cn, (S I 1"1)) Township two, ((1'' 2)); 'l-SJid: 'lands .being in I the counties of Gadsden and have: obtained direct from the manufacturers, and t I!' XX distribution in the estate of Richard Jones, ]late

Sec. 2. dud be1( ,""(r enacted, That the third I Range seven, (R 7)) North and We-,1 (N & W)' on I' Je-lferson, amounting to 1510 and 3J 31J-IUOacrt.'s. they will warrant il to be a superior article. 'I ef Jeflcrson County, deceased, are hereby notified

section of the act entitled I An act making appropriations :I :! Months after I \, ihl apply to Hon. t the waters ol Crooked Cice-k I the Lands purpotl t i ito l\' Dated January TIIO 10, 1 1I9.! We have enlarged our stock of Drugs antll\lt'di. I that their claims and demands will be barred at thi

_ for the ci'i and diplomatic expenses of t SIX ( Probate jGadden; County for tl.I Idlers belong to 1. S. Cullin, situated in the county 01'' P. W. WHITE, S.I for D.\LTZELI.Judc.. cines by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute, j! expiration of two years from this date, unless tha-

government (or I year ending the thirtieth of June, 01 diinif t-ightccn bun rtd and furl-fe\'cn. and for lhl'rpur- James II Gibson, deceased. Collector Gadsden County, Fla. on the most accommodating terms. j who have any demands against the said deceased
," the tenth < October 7th:, li-lS. 2 AUtt t, I. R.llAnuis, C'lk. Gadsden Cir. Ct. We have also few account are hereby notified to present them without delay
- }poses approved of Angut, eighteen R. F.. GIBSON, Adm'r. -- a yet due to in for the ,
-- ------- R. C. Lester I D.C.
hundred and forty-six, be, and I the same is hereby, March 10, ISt'.'. IOGmNotce. Hamilton County Tax Sales. January 13th, 1M9' By 2 year 1 1517. They are generally in small amounts, j j J and those indebted to said estate are now called upon
relived and continued in force for the fiscal year ending ---- ----- -- but if the whole could be paid shortly it would go': to make immediate payment to
the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hun BY virtue cf the power vested in me by law, I I.ainl for I Sal. far toward liquidatingceitain sums which we 05'e' JAMES R. TUCKER. Sheriff
dred and fifty. shall expose for sale be-fore the Court lint,e .-1 ll.lltE Cll.lJVCE LEWIS & AMES. and e or officio Administrator of aid estate.

Sfc.3.: .tndleitfurtlitrcnarted, Thai the pro'i. ALL creditors, persons entitled t lo door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, Florida 'mill-; land known as the "Ovcrs>ticet Tract," 9 April 21,1 SI". H Jefferson county, February 10, 142. 6 8w

10 to the nineteenth section of the act of thetwcntv.eighth in the estate of WIU.m: Goodman I, on the fourth Monday in April, 1 JSK'1 ', the following JSL miles north of Tallahassee, near the Thomas"jilt' : -

January,cighlcen hundred and forty-seven,, late of Jtllersnn County, deceased! ate hereby noti de.-crihed property, Ir so much thereof as io.ul, adjoining Gov. Brunch's: plantation, containing Thomas Jeff Heir, W. GAITHER BURGESS & CO

entitled' An act authorizing the i"sul of treasury. led Iu exhibit theii cliinis and demands within two will be suflicient to pay the Slate and County taxes: 7 or SOt acres. Will be sold low, and I on ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, J

notes, a loan, and (or other purpos.('., and te! years (iota thi date or the same wililc bared ; ant due thereon for I the year Is N, lo wit : satisfactory terms to one wishing! to pllrch le. For in the Circiit Rccciviiis Forwarding & CommissionR3EROIHAWY8.
le. practice Court in ,
same is hereby ) allcll)1 indebted to the ettate requested a Also, the S h E 4 of the S 1J: of Sec HITown-ship further particulars apply to Barnard: Tallahassee, WILL. each
repeale. of the Middle Circ
payment 1 ) ut, and in the Supreme -
tllht I. 13 North and East
Src. 4. .fuel, be it (urtfitr.fnnrtr t VM. Range purporting to belong or DANIEL LADD New Foil .
. .. ; Q.nlif.ed: Court and United States District Court
to the a
or shalL ottnte Benjamin Chaircs. Jan.!
omccr 13
the 1MO. >
cu1 Ot1 receive of : if
salary any JOHN Tallbssee.Monticelln. -ALSO---
fcecretaryfor head of bureau for M. SMITH, 5 Execulois.' Also thin E k of S K J. thc. W i S W 4 1. and SF -
__ acting or having Jefferson County February, Jf'.JV' 4 of thcS W Confectionery January 21, IS-IS. 28 Dealers in Western
acted in his place or office, while said 4, and I he W J of( the SK J of Sec 2.r>, Bakery. -- ----- Produce,
Lead ol bureau, tece 'csluch salary. secretary or Action of the W i of the N W 4, and the N I'.J; { of the N W I-l''ENRY K1NDON would inform his friend and Medical Notice. 62 Pojdras Street Nesv Orleans;

SEC. 9. Jnd be That Attachment.Silas 4 of See 30, Township 1 J. Range 13, r\.1 th and East, the public generally, that he has on hand and, t tIs Feb. 3, ISlf. 5 Cm
it thall be itfurthl to the ""arrd, \\\lenevcr F. Barney, ) Amount sworn to $SO 4S-100.( purporting to belong to the Union Bank. constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kinds, H. C.. WIRT M. D. .. L. CALL M. D. -

States that the Stale of Florida Piesident hu of the United r*. V Damages, I 100( 00. Also lot No. 3 cf fractional seel ion 7,in Township' such ns : DR WIRI' & CALL have associated themselvesin

for the safe custody of t Ihe public by la.v provided Isaac Hullo. ) Bond, $IGQ 00. 1. South of Range 17, East, laying on the Suw nee PEPPERMINT: LEMON DROPS, the practice of Medicine, Surgery, &c., and Notice.

were {formerly kept by the keepers archil's.of .hic rPHE defendant and all others interested are hcre River purporting lo belong to S. B. Thompson. CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY, otTer their services to the public. SIX months after date, I shall apply t te the Hon.

St. Augustine and it shall he \ JL by notified of the commencement of this suit, Also the S W 4 of Sec !, Township 1. Rang I 1.1, W1NTLRGREEN: BARLEY CANDY, OIlce; over Drug Store, Monlicello, Florida. of Probate for the County of Jefferioa for

him to cause to be PCtl'col.rlJ f to duly authorized lawful( olfi-for returnable lo the Ciicuit Coutt to be held at Talla South and East, purporting to belong to William J. HOARHOUND ; August 5, is I is. 3 ly letters of dismission as Executor of William H.

L eels of the State such of(the Mid archieven do not has'e, in the County of Leon and Middle Circuit of Mills. And various others, among them several that DR. J. S. BOND Mathers, late of said county, deceased.

relate to grants of land which remain unconfirmed a the Slate of Floiida on the fourth Monday (20lh WILEY LEE, Tax Assessor useful for cold coughsand is prepared: 10 manll.faclure SOLOMON E. MATHERS.

orunsurveycd : P'oDidcl. III President of the day) of Match, A. D. I&HI. and to appear and plead( I and Collector for Hamilton County, is is. any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both;; rvTVjof his professional services to Ihe citiensarc Jefferson County, February 10,1349. C 6m
United States That to the wme. WALKER i October 1S19. M wholesale and reid !. Tallahassee and the surrounding country.
may suspend cution of this GWYNN,
- if in his judgment the public()]( interests require provision 1-'cb.21IcIO.J 8 Ally's for iJ'tT. .- lie is also prepared to carryon Baking in all lits I Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel. Great Bargains.
brain-he Ma v 2'J!1817. 45;
H. Notice.SIX from the plain I..oafofBieuel, lo them 0,31 IT

Sec. G. .fu f brit fuitfar enartrJ, Thai the sum iron, &c.A months after date, I shall apply to Ihe Ii on. exquisite! Cakes and Pies. Pasties and the publiccan -- Wakulla Circuit Court. SELLING OFF AT COST I
of twenty thousand d.-llars Ft7LI. of Probate for the County of Jefferson, always be accommodated by giving timely notice
be and i is assortment of
hereby ', appro. Iron,2 to 7 inches wide., for the IN % T the Store of L. i H. GREENBERG CC
priated Iir the pajmentof a compensatio'nof 40 kegs Nails, assented sizes letters of dijtimtion as Administnlor dc banis, at Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson street, CHANCERY{ -BILL FOR RELIEF. 1 & .
half per centum to each designated depository (one. Just t icccived and for sale byMcNAUGIIT non of Farquhar Macrae, late of said County dcc'd.RICIIAIII opposite) the .liiction lloomof R. //. Bel'rg. E!;'., Henry II. Walker, Complainant, Goods are of offered the greatest bargains- of the season.
pro- Tallahasw every variety be had for cash cost
vided to be ) HARRISON. Dec. 10, ISIS. 2.J can at
but r8.

under and the act appointed of August sixth not provided, eighteen to be hundred paid Newport J\arch\{ 10, 1S19. 10& On fOXO. __Jefferson County------September-- a, IS-JS. S Crn Ill Leon Circuit Court. Joseph Delafield and Lewis Curtis, Trustees of Ihe made prices up, and their some minds below to close New business York cost.soon, purchasers Having
forty-six Apalachicola I.and '
) on all Company. et Defendants.
monejs' received by hima such III 'ilkIuItLCIIcttft James Oaks I. will do well to call if deere to have
depository 01111. Cornpt., J III Chancery. early, they
from to the satisfaction
the date of isis appearing of the Court I
first day of March,eighteen hundred appointment and to the Flour, Sugar, Potatoes, &c. Daniel Ladd, Compt.' 1 In Chancery Fall Term. rs. \ December, 1S-IS. IT affidavit made in this case, that Joseph Delafieldand the best selections. Positively no credit will bs

Prof lcl. That no fortv-nine: 1 n BULS. :and 10 half Bbls. superfine Flour, t*. )S December, 51 1 h, J 1SH. Rebecca I I'. Oates, Dcf. ) Bill for Divorce. Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid, and Louis given
compensation shall be
allowed IU do. Joseph F. Dyer Deft. ) Bill to foreclose All) indebted to them, will please
for above services where the emoluments Ihe 10 Whiskey a mortga Re. TT appealing to the satisfaction the Court l bJ McLane Augustus Davis and George Gri is. persons coma
ofhich'said desijnaN-d depository is in office 10 hal(l.hl!. do. IT appearing to the satisfaction ot the Court by J. aflidavit in this case,that R cbecca Frances Oalesthe wold, reside out of the State of Florida, and beyondthe I forward early, and settle their accounts.
commis- 5 [ blll. affidavit in this case, that Joseph I.'. resides Those indebted to the late concern in Monticelto.
Hon Vacuum Piocess" Dyer said defendant
amount to over two Ihousand'dollars Sugar, resides beyond the jurisdiction of : jurisdiction of this Court but in the United i'
; nor shall the amount allowed to per annum 4 Kegs Butter out of I the Stale of Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction this Court and out of the Stale of Florida, but in 1 States : It is Ordered, That the said Joseph Del' will find their accounts with WILLIAM BUDD.

said-delignatt deptilorie'or' such H'u'ice any lIe one at the of 4 Bales Gunny Bag*, s of this Court but in the United States :-7/15 the State of Alabama : It is ordered that Ihe saielwer field and Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid, and*- i Esq., who is duly authorised fo receipt tot the tame.
2 Boxes Ordtred That the said Joseph F. Dyer) aforeRaid January 27,1 19. 4
rate ovtr ffcn hundred dollars per annum. Orange, as Rebecca Frances Oaten, do aJ.opearanc1l'lead an Louis McLane Charles Augustus Davis, and George r
SEC.7. .fld it ftu-ther enacted. That the Com- Received per Tallahassee, and for sale by do appear and plead answer or demur 'to the or demur to the said Hill of Complaint or the said Griswold, do appear and plead answer or demur rto

missioner of the General Land Office be authorized ilcNAUGHT & OH IOt\D. aid bill complaint, or the said bill will betakenof Bill will Le taken pro eonfttso, against (the said de- said bill of complaint or the said bill be taken for S. S. KNIGHT & CO.

to continue three temporary clerks during the .. \ewporll\Jarch 10, 1SI9. 10 pro. That fonfessa the against Ihe of said this defendant.-/Vocidcd. fendant. Provided that the publication of this i order confessed against them : Provided That publicationof :: Wholesale and Retail Grocers, and Prorlalon
cess of Congress, until the patents for bounty lands ---- --- -- publication order be made in be made in some newspaper printed in Tallahassee this order be made in some newspaper printed tin Dealers.TALLAHASSEE .
shall issued i& S THE FIIMIof S. S. KNIGHT! some newspaper printed in tile city of Tallahasseeonce once a week for the Ihe
be ; taid clerks to be paid out of the & Co. is period of four months. city Tallahassee once a week for the period I of
week for the of four ,
a period
IL about months.
lo dissolved all who
contingent fund. are indebted tn THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. four months. Done in open Court Dec. 5th
SEC S. ./1ndbeit furthertnactrd. That the :I the firm are requested to call and settle immediate THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. William P. Duval, Compl's Solicitor. A Hue copy from the rccorL, ISIS. KEEP constantly on hand, and offer for sale at a

of twenty. thousand dollars be, and the same is here.sum I ly, and those having claims against it will pkasepresent A true copy ; 2 G.o.f..HnYA T.CIf'rk. A true cop,. D. MCRANKY: Clerk.. GEORGE L BRYANT, Clerk. advance on cost, for cash.all the standard

I by, appropriated, lo be paid out of any in I hem, as (hey will be paid instantly. By J. B. Keen, D. C. December !. IS 13. 21 4m articles in their line. Flours of approved qualities
t ho treasury not otherwise appropriated,mont lo Enable) March 10, 1 JS49. 10 S. S. KNIGHT & CO. Notice. Dec. 18th, 1849. 2 -Sugars, Coffees. Teas. Bacon, Hams, Pork.

the Secretary of State to purchase the nn.aining months after date, I shall apply In the 11 on. --- Salt and Rice. Soap, Candles, Lard, and all similar articlti-together
books and Gunny Cloth and SIX of Probate Long Cottons wanted. with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onion.s. ? ust.
manuscript of General George Rope. ; for the County of( Jefferson arrive
f'alfT sale to in Brig Fiorina, Raisins, Figs, Almonds.and all other article e usually
ted Washingtcn and ; the Slid papers to be depoi. I t msll eupplv just received and for sale by for let I era of dismission Administrator of' Paul Ide 500 BALES Koller-gined Sea Island Cotton FOR Sacks Liverpool Salt found in similar establishment
trcserrcd in the Dcpaittm-nt of Stale-: and Malhabe, deceased. are wanted for which the full '
McNAUGHT & \tlu'Viii 26 small
I Hut ORMOND.l packages Carolina Rice. Store nest door above G, H. Megieniss', rn Men-
a lit)ym he *!'}>r--i.atcj| : [t'l thl pur.!:: c el !.;t\\j'orl.l M Hi I 10, 1 1519.I 10 RICHARD HARRIS be given by. i s. F. BURNEV. McNAUGHT & ORMOND. roe street.

JtfiVison; County, September o, 1 181S. 8 6 n February !17, I is p. 7 \e\\rorl, January nT, 131'J. I I Jannarv 27, 1519 4 lr