The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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April 14, 1849
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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

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& JOURNAL I r lie exigencdernands, the Secretary of the of which is contested aforesaid, shall be and
x'HI; FLORIDIAN Navy as re. THE WIDOW BEDOTTWRITES me up and parsevered, till at last I consented BOMB.A "
.hall,thereupon appoint one or mere officers of thenavy main in the treasury of the United States, subject to 5
U rCBLMHEB ETEKT ATCRDAT.. I Iv TO HER DAVGHTER, MRS. JfPlTIR SMITII. i to accept of him. Its BO moloncolly to be a. .
under the
: not grade of commander: to perform the decision of the court of f he United States there BALLAD FOR ETXRTBODT.I I
the required service ; or when the expenditure is tobemadeunder on; and thereupon party so claiming the lone in the world and then ministers don'tgrow -

TEEMS : direction of the Bureau of Topographical I I. sum so awarded any part thereof, shall be at liberty DEAR MELISSA :-I now take my pen in on every bush. The wectdin is to take foraged all over this joy-dotted earth. ; _ _

TxRtt DottAUt per annum, if paid in advance. Engineers, the Secretary' of War shall appoint to file his bill for relief and injunction in (the hand to tell you that I nither guess you'll beconsiderably place next week a Wednesday cvein at yer To pick it. best nosegay of innocent mirth,-

TI RCC AITO A HALF, if paid within six month one or more officers of the corps of topographical circuit court of t the District of Columbia upon the astonished when read whatI uncle's. Elder Yarpers from Slabtown, is to Tied up with the bands of its wisdom and worth,-,
Focft DoLLAHi, if not paid until the end cit theycar.OThentettni engineers, possessing the requisite skill and experience principles which governs courts equity; and any you Audio! its chieftreasure, A (
will be rigidly adhered to, ando to perform the like service. injunction thereupon granted by the court shall be set down to rite. Ife got some news to tel reform the ceremony and preach in elder Snit Its innermost t pleasure., .

will be discontinued until all arrearage are SEC 2. .Ind fie further enace. That any officer respected by the TreasurDepa'rlmtnt ; and Ihe said that you can't guess ifyou try till next never, flesea pace! the next Sabbath when \c'r Was always at Home.

paid paper, ualeu at the option of the publiihers. Sub. so appointed shall 1orth upon the discharge case in equity .ha1 thereupon be conducted and 10 you may as well give it up first as last afore gone.
of the duty,and after fully ascertaining the in as in olher ca"es in equity. r[ went to the palace,and there fair
scribers will be receired for three months at One governed :1I repecl you begin. And you aint lo let on a word The elder lives in a gamble mITt yallar my queen
.'0. Every order for the facts, shall first, whether the proposed facility SEC. 9. be further enacted That this act On the arm of her husband did lovingly jean, _
Dollar six months at $1 rtprt. about it to and make him bo'tand
only house.
Jupiter and I to
mut be accompanied with to the most suitable fothe exigency hall not go into efiect until from and after the tenth' Sclliny. mean put wings And all the dear babes in their beauty wereseen.'
the paper cash.out unless"f this the county order cornea through any of our I which exists; and second, where it should be day of March eighteen hundred and ftrty-nine. Come to think, I dOlt care if you tfJ Sam make it look ruther more fashionable.! In spite of the splendor

ularly authorized agents in the State. placed if the interests of commerce demand i; third Apiroved Match 3,1549. Pendergraises wife, bein as how a par- II stands on I decendin elevation that slant So happy and tender.
rf if the thing proposed be not the not tickler For they were at Home!
.mtablt. friend o'mine. But dont you open yer down to a canal on one side, and not fur behind
whether it is expedient to make any other kind of ] j LffiNU] head about to other indiridual-f.r, I it is He haiiit familybut I
ADVERTXBEHKXTIWill whether the i no Iwant a morantic no turned to the cottageandtherem, hind
improvement ; Iouith proposed light ( :.. poor _
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be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square has any connexion with other lights, and if so, ---' - to surprise the Wiggletown folks, and 1 little highly tigbty gal that fcthey broughtup. Lay sick of a fever,.alt meekly rt] I'd. '

.f twelve lines for the first and fifty cents for each I whether it cannot be so located as to suWrre both SKlCIL OF JOHN BUNYAN. make em open their eyes a little. Come to I tell ye it I dont make her stan round For 0 the good wife was 90 cheerful and kind. I _

subsequent' insertion. A reasonable deduction I the, general and the local want of trade and navigation consider, I guess you'd better not tell Miss when there, I'm mistaken, We In spite of all mater,
get in
will be made onl legal notices, e5tatenLice. >wj | and fifth, whether there be any, and if any, To the names of Baxter and Howe, must hal Aa angel later .
Pcndcrgras, for I'm afeard she cant it start for in the
} notices without alteration by persons having \\hat other facts of importance: touching the sub. be added the name ofa man far below them I I keep Wiggletown :Thursday stage And she was at Home !
accounts with the office. to herself. She might let it out to the I en. -and git there, I pose, a Saturday evening.
regular ject.
in station and in acquired knowledge but ir. 18[ ,k.ll mother, .
glad from
a ja-tt cone the
All announcement of candidates for office FIVE: I SEC- -fnJ be it further enacted, Thst all such virtue their and in their : ipes, and they'd tell he Crosbys ; tbeft cuI Now Melissy Smith remember your to keep it With a letter she kiss'd from ( coast post. p
equal, genius superi
*OLLARS-invanabiy in advance. No attention report. shall,as speedily tt may be, be laid before it suait to Major Coon's wife and lo profound secret. I dont want nobody in What heart.thrilling news had a.a'ay her the
wits b. paid to any order lor announcementunessccotipanid I the Secretary of the Treasury ', and if such a to authorize or-John Bunyan. Bunyan had been breda I I r suro to tell old Dawson's wife (the widder Wiggletown to know a word about it till they And gladness for rfjice Co.
with the cash. the work without further legislation, he tinker, and bad served a soldier in the Her
and ncticrs pub. forthwith a Jinkins that was-she 'twas Toll Bingham) see us come a walkin into meetin. If you boy wa returning
AU religious, marriage, obituary shall }proceed with it, otherwise such reports Parliamentary arm Early in his life he To love bert Home !
iished gratuitously; but editorial notices (or pri. shall be laid before Coupresi at the next ensuing and bhe's the very undentical person I want I anser this before we come, direct your leter
had been tortured I for his
TIC benefit will be charged a advertisements. session ; but in all cases where the Fifth Audit. fearfully by remorse to keep it from till it bursts upon her all ofa to the reverend Mrs. Sniffles. I spoke to the soldier, and sailor. at sea.

ordoes not report such preliminary examination. as youthful sins, the worst which seem howev. sudding like a thunder clap. I guess let Your affectionate mar, Where best in the world would they all of theni bo !
the provisions of tins act shall without to have been such the world thinks I'l And hark
JOB WORK. expedient er, as how they earnestly shouted to
her know't can hold m head high her P. P. me.
delay be carried into execution.SEC. enial. his keen and his |I a With iron hearts
W. well ?.red to execute Job Work such sensibility powerful ) throbbing,
are rrp be it in futur, J for who did she git but a discrippid ( next week)
&c. with 5. .1nd further enacted., That \'uth. |I And choking and
bills,card*. pamphlets. neatness made his internal conflicts singularly soJbing-
I and blnk.. work of this description, I steamboats, and propeller, navigating the nor them imagination He fancied that he old bung head that she wouldn't a had if she I P. S. I'te writ an elegy on my marriage O land us at Hore
andwestern from and alter the thirtieth I was under could
with I a body else. I the
tcept for persons having yearly accounts got any guess on that is o' best He's
that he had one my poim I to the desk where old Commerce
of with the sentence Jeflhink came
day April next, comply following reprobation, commenced .
the office, must be paid for on deli r cry."BY I I hull hadn't better about it &reCTT.
\U'ions, for the security of life and property, to rtu'l: blasphemy against the Holy Ghost, you say nothing toKiertg gwine etnd to be printed in the Scrabbleli And ask'd him what help'd him Ibis many .
_.x ___ --_ the vessels the .tarboard tack wife for fear she'll tell her folks andtheH In his old with his "
During night, on that he had sold! Christ that he was actually Luminary, right under the marriage no smoky room ledger to stay t '
show a red light, vessels nn the larboard green Eartinly devulgate it all round. And it was the beauty
td Iou He's a keepin it from his and mar
demon. Sometimes loud voice par
light and vessels going off iarge, or wind, possessed by a do her, ou make her promise she wont The comfort and duty,
anchor white steamboats and from Heaven cried out to him. Some. tcl ) cause they haint no sense o' poitry, yer auntespeshelly That cheer'd him home!
at the Second Ses- or at a light ; prcpel- warn at
Itti and paned a syllable about it to her [
stepmothershe .
Ruolutons tors shall carrv. on the Mem. or as far for ward as possible times whispered impiously in his ear.I .- has always disencurridged my writing
Thirteth Congress. a triangular light, at an angle of about sixty)' : He fends of distant mountain on twas Kesicr Winkle-nor nobody else- for the papers. But she cant help her. I ran to the court, where the t3gt cf law

degrees with the horizon and on the starboard side i I I saw \ tops, You must keep it a profound secret till I com self. P. P. B. Were wrangling and jangling at quibble and flsw-
[No. 36 ] AN ACT making:appropriations lighthouses a light shaded green, and on t the larboard side red; i which the sun shone brightl. but from which nothing happens to we shall be in 0 wondrous to me was the strife that I saw!
iipht-boats.baojs, k.c.. and providing tor I said lights shall be furnished with icflectt-rs 8.ccomplete he was separated by of fnole prevent I From the Scr.l.Llt Hill Luminary.: nut all that fierce riot

the erect-on; and establishment of the same, and and of a size to insure a good and sufficient felt the devil behind him, pulling Wiggletown next 'week a Saturday, on our MARRIED.-In this village, on Wed., the 20th \33 calm'd by the quiet t
for other and i if loss cothes. bridal tewer. A Sunday we cal1 inst., the Rev. Elder the blest them at Home!
purposes. I ligl; or damage shall occur, the owner He that the brand of Cain morning by Yawpers of Siabtown : '11
Be it enacted by the Senate and Haute of Rrpreientativet .wners of the vessels, steamboat, or prIellor.[ thought 1 kilate! to go to meetin long a you mid Jupiter, I Rev. O. SIIADUACK S.NIFFLIS, of Scrabble Hill, to 'S
of the F'lit.J Statr of-Jmrrira in I neglecting to comply with these regulations, shall set upon him. He feared that he was about to I II and in the afternoon ve shall tend the Mrt PRISCILI.A P. DtITT. relict of the late d\acot I called on the school-boy, poor love-stricken lad..
attempted. That the following appropriations I I Judas. His mental I Whoyearn'd in his loneliness silent! and sad,. P Lap-I
be liable the Hezekiah
Coagresi to injured party for all loss or damages burt agony L'edott. of Wiggletown.
be, and the nre hercby made, and directed j list meetin. I tell ye won't ther be Eq For the days when again he should laugh and b. ,1-.1 '
; sne resulting from such neglect : and the owner or impaired his health. One day ho shook. likea 1 The fair }bride has the ... _
J sent us followingmorceau With his father and :
in the starin in that I mother -
I to be paid out of anj mone> :treasury uot owners of vessel failing to comply with saidrfg- Wiggletown day. guess I
I tle'J
any man in the palsy. On another day he felta will unite withus And sister and brother ***
which readess .v
1 otherwise appropriated to enable the Secretary ulations forfeit a penalty of one hundred dollars i. find nut that I'me as good as any on .
.lal fire within his breast. It is difficult !I II i All and Home !II > "
theTr ra" to the provisions of this act iuto to un. in former effusion
.j ury carry wilch may> Us rfCt.\lIl! effect : Pre'tided, hint-ever. If a good title to any be brought by the district attorney i I dcritand how he survived sufferings so intense: I III I from the We wish the hap .
tit pen. tapp'd at the door of the eld .
nt year-stricken
things ever seen me wear. Mr rig.gus' !are gifted ,
obtained they've
land which it mabe to use cannot .
necessary States in the name of the United in an\ and continued. At the clouds I I:
1 on reasonable or the edufiright ohl. ItI. II so long length I is to be intirely new. Youn uncle Ma. py pair, all the felicity which their distingush- Where ageas I tbougtJt,had old memories qucllM:
tf'tme court cf .iuri diction. I i
$ .'h land cannot br rquired by cession, where (lieinterest competent ROUT.! C. WINTROP. broke. IrQr the depth!ofdesppir tht? pen. i i gwire has made me a present of a handsome I II i ed abilities so richly merit-EDS. LVM. But still all his garrulous fancies outswell'df
it. before the itent to slate of Strange old-fashioned stories .
demands a
of the States passed serene felicity.
Urltf Speaker! oj the housed Representatives.G. I merino dress, and aunt Magwire TO Of gladness and ,
I | green jour I glories
appropriation \utd by law faU info the surplus G. M I. DAtLAS An irresistible impulse now urged him to SJ.DnC1.lrisclh
': has brown velvet biinnit andyer SLadenck! the That once were at Home !
gin me a new the fair and wise',
and all such the
fund in cases
any : appropriations I Vice President of the United St tu, impart to others the blessing of which he was i I
hall be applicable; to the objects for which they' cousin Jefferson has presented me a nele. I their fortunes in the tenderi't fits : _
and Prc'idcnt of the Senate. I the l, and
whisper'd prodigal wanton wild.
himself sessed. He the
% joined baptists, i &ad be in the matrimonial
I' are made at aiu lime ithin inojears aCer tnl firstXnerting Arrnovrn, March 3, ISH po gaul plad shawl, and I calkilate to come out mutualJ joined connec How chang'd from the heart that you had when a
and became writer. Iliscd- ( ,
of the legislature subsequent passageof a prcacheraiid ion
in all in 1etown. I child
this act, in any State wherein any such l laid may J.UIE cation had been that of a mechanic. He | em o'\i wardrobes remind Ilavebid adoo to their previous affliction.No So teachable, noble and rccdest. aljd I mild!-

1 t>c situated, to wit : [No. 3S.] .AN ACT to carry into effect certain stip.tiiatious knew no language but the English, a it was | Speakin my new me I I more will they mourn their widdered sittina- Though sin had undone him,

I IN :t.1:1. of the tcat. between the, United States spoken by the common people. He had studied -I to tell you that i Jabe Clarke comes your way : tion Thank God that I won him

FCT thirteen spar buoys an I three beacon in Cases of America and ( republic of Mexico t.f the model with the a peddlin, not to trade a cents worth with him. .I And continuentosthe without mitigation : By looking at Home !
: bay,throe thousand dollars ; second faof! February ', onejhousand tight hun. no great composition, I You remember how he come it over me a.I I But panlnt-rs for life to be parted co more

Fcr a lighthouse at three thousand dred and fortjeipl.t.Be exception an important exception, undoubt bout the shoes don't ? Well its amazin I Ii Their sorrows is ended,their troubles! is o'er. And then when he wept and vovf'd better life*.r /
live hundred Gi1b"IJIrbor. enacted by the Senate and Hoiut of Ilep- edlyofihe Bible. His fcpellinjj] was bad. He j ye I hastened to snatch him from peril and strife ,
For light-house at Ueauchacip point or on the rtsrltatitC of the United Ktnttt of America in transgressed the rules of i shouli ev-T be such a fool as to be took in by .I o Shadracl .my Shadrack Prici.did speak. P\ finding him widely a tender young wife- .

'nppoitle a tide of the harbor, in the town Catndon, Con fret* aUtmMtJ, That the President of tile tU- fn."flucnt1) force of and grammar.his again-but so 'twas. He come along, While t he rosy red blushes her cheek Whose bye should allure him. '
States, and with the advice and of 'e genius, experimental And the turoffecrionoedor.zld her eye And gently secure bin
three thousand five hundred dollars ; by consent here a ago, and carved me the awfullest
For a fog bell at theiuht-houscon Libbjsi.lan l, the Senate, appoint three person who hall knowledge of all the religious passions trick epeJ ever you heard on. I was alone in O : ,my Shadrck l1.journ tiil I die A convert at Home! %.

s-rven hundred and fifty constitute a board of commirsioners, to mett at tl.t from despair tofccslacy! amply supplied in I : The heart that was scornful and as cold as a stone, **%
MASSACHUSETTS.V'r d.\lo" city of Washington, at some early day to b(rcslgna.IttdbytheI'rlidlntwhst him the want oflearning. His rude oratory i the'h"usJoun aunt l had went to a sick na- Has!urrend'redt Ito the fortunate one ; So he t that bad raced after pleasure so fast .-*

duty it shall b ieccive |I bor e and tho Tray h roused and warned his hearers who listened fr
t. scr'v.-; lie: .i r.r or i'r> "r' ,*ziI : ','', f'n ie oi'.tu,; ,!ifrl tt : "- -.'fl.ttIfI \ I' States! upon Iho republic; "f e1f.o., lic.i ar-" \\it.c.t! : ir.t-re&tto the labored .'!'i-Tyri'* .<,cjjrrul ', ''. He I I lie'ri In all the kind dealings, _
pretended experience religion
: ty the rorve .t, ti! coast, uventy-fivf j. ( l : i Affections and
) > proud! for t I'j .ht treat1. :iKtwtci.saiJ _' .wm-: ; i" !ici..r.t 'iid: I HI i :b.iial: *. His I \\ '-.x' feelings.
thoimnd Jullars iu be under the diit-c- and la.m'MiUd o\cr :'u* he use to I THE SFICE OF
way cbl'at I.lFE
"expended of the Ur.iied States and Mexico, cOllcluJ.1 Il.t \\eie Widely circulated the hunibiciclasses. That ripen at Hone!
tionofih'! Burt!'. ot Tepogiaphical nntrineers : I among ; and I live and breathe I -
second day of February ', ighte n hundred and lot fy. and lie : as true as MARTIX F.Tcrr IR.
For .ix large buny on the !b:1 cfl Xanluckct, eightand which may' be presented' tothc said board' One of them the Pigrim', Progress, I aclilly got round me so't he preswaded me to I It won't do t for a man, when B horse kicks -

me thc'-mod dollars. ; commissioners, and decide t thereon according, wan in his own lifetime, into colored &ik! that him to kick back in return.It "- .:.

For a liiht-boat on Iolo' Rip, off Clathat, the provisions of the said treaty and of the first foreign languages. It was however, I, swap away an nelegant dun won't do to take hold of TIIEAXEANDSAW.Early 't*.
five a'dollar yard for a rnirabIe slazy a hair-trigger
twelve thousand cost ,
dollU: and fifth ariicla of the uuratified convention me t t
concluded tcarely known to the learned and polite, and fit of the blues. one spring morning, when the iun
I that be said the fashion pistol during a
NEW YORK. was a
at the city of Mexico, on the t twentieth dayofNuvuiberonc stripid consarn had melted the hoar-frost
had been, during the scarcely from tho
many century .
Fnr a on Horse Shoe reef, Niagara river thousand eight, hundred ut.d forlj- of pious and artisans: before it now-called it grod)' llewry"-and Il won't do for a politician to imagine him brown face of the wrinkled earth, nn old 818

,ten thousand d:.lHJ; or fjr 11.l erection cf aliht.ho.zse three. coltagerb was what makes it more agravatin, made me pay selfelected to the gubernatorial chair while I
instead thf'rfof. if after the! here. Src. 2. Jnd be further eat/rJ, That tic said publicly commended by any man of high literary happened to fall in with a saw. There was
ur\ lew dollars to boot. But that want the worst "'the back counties are not heard from.
io provided for, it be deemed more advisable, board of cnmnH,.- have a secretary versed eminence.At a "cutting air" abroad that threatened the _
twenty tLounnd Ihat; in the EnglKh and Spanish: languages, to be appointed length critics condescended to inquire on't, for come to enroll it, we found that threeor It won't do to extol the beauty of a ladshair newly-shaven chin with chaps.

For four pr Urns, to mark the channel from by the President by and with the advice and where the secret of so wide and durable four yards away at tother eend Ol't was aU'' before you know that it did not once belong Ah, old blade !" said the Axe "how
consent of the Senate and the said board i la so a ,
tre afrresaid thoil. to Bird inland, three hundred ; hereby dammidged and stained up-twanl fit for no another head.It (
d..liar* ; authorized to appoint a clerk, and to make all need popularity} lay. They were compelled to own mad for bein; to Jdv' goes it with you t I come purposely to see-
Yer aunt me so
For a beacon on the southeast prtt of Romer ful rules and regulations, not contrary to the laws of that the ignorant multitude had judged more thing. was won't do to crack jokes on old maids in :I how YOU do."

f heal l. in the lower bay cf.New York ten thousand the United Slates of the provisions of said treatiesfor corrrectly than the learned, arid that the de. took in, and vet uncle he lam and hectored the presence of unmarred ladies, who have I really feel much obliged to you" said :
i dollar earning their said commission, into full effect. and went on about it-you know what a
me, "
J For three; spar buoys in Buttermilk channel, two I Sec: 0. And be further enacted That I records pised little book was really 1 masler.piece.\\ critter he is to bother a boddy. At last I passed the age of forty.It the Saw, but am sorry to say that my teethare

' hundrsddtUars; ; ,documents,and papers which now arc ( here Bunyan is indeed as decidedly and and shut I won't do to plungft into a law.suit relying very bad. My master has sent for the doctor .
For (our additi"n1'par-buoys in the lower bay of j: after, until the close of said (omrision. may conic legorists, as Demosthenes is,the first of orators I busted out a cryin and of there till myself wholly on the justice of your caus, and not who, 'twixt you and me and the post, is .

I' New York. at such points as may be denipnated by I, into the possession of t Department of State having or Shakespeare the first of dramatist. up in my room teatime equipped before band with a brimming no better than an oldJUe. I was In the workshop t
the Secretary! of the Treasury four hundred dollars ; :I relatiol to Mid claims, shall be delivered to the Other have and when I come down lo and behold: purse.It last night-where"-
" NEW JERSEY.For said board when the mid comnnision shall be allegoriste howl equal ingenu.ty ; uncle ttept and handed me a new won't do for a chap to imagine a girl is
011 I your up "
j I concluded, journal of its proceedings, togetherwith but no other allcgori&t has been able to touch dns3-he'd been off the indifferent to him because bhc studiously I' Where no doubt you-saw groat
I a li .bt.l.uC) on the rocks] at Bergen Point all I the records. dcumelt, and papers, which the heart, and to make abstractions objects of I green merino to deal," facetiously interrupted the Axe. ;
iYthtunnddoUau. I shall have: come into the I store and bought it a purpose for me, fringe avoids him in company.It i iI The Saw
possession relating terror of pity, and of love.It showed his teeth in a sort of grin ;
1 spar: 1 at Thorn's river three l.un-I business of said: board, shall be deposited in the of. and buttons and everything to trim it with won't do when in a hurry, to eat soup betwixt and and resumed I
j dred dollars ; j i ct 1 the Secretary)' of State ; and the period of one my be doubted whether any English Dissenfer made and it like dan.1 I I melancholy mirth ..
tie and ivegot it up sets a with a two-pronged fork, or try to catch flies j "
five at inlet three hundred I with and
I spar buoys Barncgat >ear from and after organization of said board i is had sufilred more severely under the '' I II Why may say so some truth
dollars ; ,I I hereby designated,within which said penal laws than John Bunyan. Of the twenty 'I' dy-and Ime gwine to be married in it. But with a fish-net. I I consider it no trore than a duty I owe Mr. t
For a light-house at the mouth of the l'ahaic river may at the instance of f anv claimant. : Devon } which had elapsed since the lies- I cant help feelin awfully gauled about the I It won't do to be desperately enamored ofa Carpenter to do as much as I can, in spite of
five thousand dollars ; apply, through the of State of the United' l'a& took it Parker and Pettibone's and I
Secretary I I to
ik. "
face until have it the breakfast
at for he is
seen teeth liberal-in board.
Fur two bu.j', on the cast and west oyster beds inN States to the Mexican minister affairs, for (oration he had passed twelve in confinement. pretty you my point :
foieign I wanted.
Newark bane hundred dollars; all such books rt-cords,or documents in the possession He still persisted in preacliin ; but that th swapt it for some things TheyXOtJllfl't d : table.It And do you never srorust! V asked the .

For a li on the east point of Maurice or power of the o'.trnmert of the Mexican republic. might preach he was under the necessity of!, allonme but eighteen peance a >at I won't do for a man to bump his head Axe.
river Cumberland county, five thousand dollars ; as shall! deemed and 'twas all it was worth. Jabfi made me I -
l.Le to the jut t decision unless he Not with orcr-work replied the Saw
necessary He : stone conscientiouslybelieves ,
To provide lurt-Loah.lile carr, rockets, carron- I disguising himlelfJ.c a carter. was often against a post ,
of any ciaim or claims MibmilU-tl to sid board I take couple o'hankercherstew, for a dollar a _
and indeed I have found that
the hardest.It always
s.desiinei, and other for the illtroductd meetings through backdoors his head is constant
necessary with .
apparatus in conformity the provisions!(f aid treat said he'd stake his reputation on't they I'I
better preservation of life and property from shipwreck S1c.4. .111J br futthir enacted, That th! Secretary wilh a smock frock on his back and a piece- for won't do to imagine a Legislature fed at employment! best preserves our polish .

along' the coa-t of New Jersey,between Little of Stale is required as soon as the l'i esideritshall whip in his Land. If he had thought only of want half cctlon-and no more they want, the public crib will sit but six weeks, when which, after all, is only superficial."
Eg Harbor sin-1 Cape Ma ten thousand dollars, to baH: the da for the of the come to do em up showed out plain enuff that I I You .-
) meeting I his and he are quite a philosopher.
be under the direction of such officer of own ease safety, would hare hailed two-thirds of the members have not the capacity
expended He
said board to notice all cotton did ever 1 got
public and ,
was you
Hwu'lf. they Not for I sometimes do
the revenue marine service a may be designated for cause aid luc be published in such re, "spapers I the indtigcnc3! with delight. lea" now at round the elder two-made- him five! dol. to earn a decent living at home.It exactly so, grow
that purpose by the Secretary of the Trcaury. authorized the lawkct lenght, free to and exhort air. pay exceedingly hot and lose my temper."*,
a arc to publish the United -i pray open lars for buzzom pin-said 'twas topiz sot in won't do when a musquito bites your face .
DELAWARE.Frr States.Stc. i His increased a And what says your master! .
congregation rapidly ; thousands and it turned out to be yallar glass with in the night to beat your own cranium in pieces I 11
5. And Le it That the I gold, he desists J I
the foundation and construction of f a lijrbt- fwtllrmnci'J. compensation hung upon his words and at Bedford where he fist under that Why generally wn5Ie/an<
house at the Delaware breakwater, tea thousand dollars. of the respective for who"t ap. originally resided a pinch back rim round it. 1 was clear out o' with your an impression I soon grow cool again, and then I cutaway
pointment provision i if made b} this act shall be as money) was plentifully con. I pa hence with the elder for bein so green- you are killing the mosquito.It like a mottled '*
razor throngh
follows To each of said commissioners tributed to build a meeting house for him.- a piece soap.
MARYLAND. namely -but sit 'atrd as I was I couldn't say nothin won't do for a man to fancy a lady if in You fellow said the Axe.
His influence are a happy ,
the rate of three thousand dollars annum; to (I.e among the common was I
For two par buoys at the mouth of Chester river secretaiy of f the board at the rate per of two thousanddollars such that the would peopk-I have yo know. Ifc\'rrl come across Jabe Clark \ with him, because she treats him civilly, How differently am I .situated My master --' '.- *!

cnc hundred and twenty dolan. per annum; and to the clerk at the rate of bestowed government him some willingly office !I agin, if he dont I ketch it, no matter. But Ime or that she has virtually engaged herself to is a chopping boy, with. a thick block,

TEXAS. fifteen hundred dollars per annum. And the President his I municipal ; but \vonderljl bizzy about these days and so no him because she has always endured his company. which is tantamount to saying he is a fat fool.
of the United States shall be, and lie is vigorous understanding and his stout En. !
For a lii;>jt-boat on Galveston bar,twelve thou hereby more at present from your affectionate mother lie is with
sand five hundred dollars authorized to make provision for the contingent expenses gush heart were proof against all delusion and very sharp me sometimes

For a h;litho'i-e at Sabine; Pass SWR thousand of said commission as to )him shall appear all temptation. He felt assured that: the preferred PRISSILLA P. Ihoor.P. It won't do when riding in a stage coach when he finds I am Inclined to be blunt,.' he- '

five hundred dollars ; reasonable and proper. And the said salaries and toleration was merely a bait intended to S. (Jive my love to Jupiter. Ime gratified to talk another man whom you have not grinds me most cruelly."

ILLINOIS.For expenses shall otherwise be paid out of any moneys. in the lure the Puritan party to destruction nor that he baby is so forrard. What do personally seen, a being an 'all-fired scoundrel Alas !" cried the saw "it'l the way of

the foundation and conlrurtiO of a light treasury SEC. G not. Jlndbe t it fm.tl4r appropriated.enacted, That the said would he by accepting a place f for which; hp you calkilate to call him ? 1 hope it wont be ,' until you are absolutely sure he Is not the world my friend ; for I have invariably

bouse at or near the end of norh pier at Chicago commissioners shall report to the Secretaiy of Slatea was not legally qualified, recognize the validity Jupiter-
fifteen thousand dollars! to Ult.nde under. list of all the several awards made by them ; a of the dispensing power. One of the last well for atman.( don't It won't do to be so devoted to a tender. for the sake of the chips." .
the direction of the Bureau of Topoptphical Engineers certified copy thereof, shall be by him transmitted to him after yen -Heziki- Bravo !" exclaimed the Aie.
of his virtuous life in favor same par hearted wife comply implicitly with her
and the ;-resent light house within the city, the Secretary of the Treasury who hh"ll thereupon acts was to decline an interview al a
and the beacon the to which he invited an awful name. How do like Shad. when she asks now tumble over You see I've not lived in the world all
light on pier, shall i>e discontinued distribute, ratable propoitions among the persons in was by an agent of ) request you .
: from and after the completion of /the aforesaid whose favor the awards shall hare been made, the the government.-Macauley's History of rack ? That's the name of grandfatherthat's the cradle and break your neck, my)' dear- this time without getting a notch or two," said"

I light-house. L I! amount stipulated in the fifteenth article of the said I England. to be. Yer uncle and aunt and Jeff won't you 1' the Saw. :

For a lighthouse at the mouth of Ctlumet river, treaty, (being and one-fourth millions of dol. -----_ _ sends love. P. ". ". "Xor I either" replied the Axe although ; .,
lour thousand dollars! lobefemledin! <1et the diction Ian) according to the proporlions which their respective The Devil I Just the When the celebrated engineer in tho said notches I have
to Pay.-This phrase doubtless P. S. Yer cousin Jeff axed permission to $a1 obtaining not only \ :
of the Bureau of f Topographic* Engineers.FLORIDA. award shall bear to the said three and one-
fourth millions dollars. first deducting such sums originated in a printing ofceon some Satur. II read this letter, and he says I haint told you Brunei who accomplished the desperate lost my courage, but a portion of roy metal, t

For buoys on and near the bar of Nii, au river,on of money a may he due the United States' fnm said day night's settlement weekly wa es.- who Ime gwine to be married tew nor when experiment tunnelling tho Thames river too." "i': i j ,

the coasts of Geoipia and Florida, irtthe! neighborhood persons In whose favor said awards shall be made ; John," says the publisher to the book.keeper the wcddin's a to be, nor nothin. But taint tobe I was brought before a committee of the Well, I never saw !1" exclaimed my friend 4"4"II t

thereof, one thousand dollars.MICHIGAN. and the said Secretary shall thereupon cause cent ifi. how stands the cash account J" Small bal. wondered at that I forgot for I've got sucha British Parliament, he was asked if a speed _" how you talk I am sure your teeth/do ,j
cattpof stock of the United to be issued to )
the:said parties, respectively Statet or their legal representative ance on band: sir." Let's see," rejoined numerous number o' things to think on now. eighty miles per hour on a certain rail road- not give you any trouble, at any rate." "': ; :

For a lighthouse at I the mouth of Jubkrgon rncr, for (the awunt, to which they may be en. the publisher, bow far that will go towards My future companion is the Baptist Minister would be tr.tich more dangerous to the travel 441 ax your pardon old boy" remonstrated'the .

three thousand five hundred dClbn;! titled, which block fchall bear an interest of f six per satisfying the bands." John begins and fig ofthis; lace-by the name of Elder Sniffles. ; ler upon it than the speed of forty Axe ; for, although do not ,complain' .'
For a lighthouse on !Manitou i.ta Superior cent until paid and redeemable at j It would be just the same," said he. of teeth I''
Lak per annum anytime ures so much Typus, so much to rubble, Th'o we come acquainted was quite sin. : my exactly, my chops give ma' pret. ,
.wven thousand five hundred ; at the pleasure of the United States or pay and so on through dozen dittos. The way attendin his meetin "And speed of ninety]" ty considerable deal 'of trouble, 1 can tell Eagle harbor///Lake Superior the tame in money, at the option of the United a publisher gular. You see I took to : .
bar thousand dollars; / States. stands aghast. Here is not money because t presbyterian minister here is such .Just the same. you. ff" 1 if +

For a lighthouse on Skillsgalee *ck. Lake Michigan Sic. 7. .lnd be further enacted That the said enough by a jugful." Xo, sir and besides, small pataters that twant eddifyin for me to And a speed of one hundred I" The Saw grinned approval of the Axe's \ ir. 1
four thousand dollars I board shall terminate its within two Just the I" For added hr, "if Peace 1" exclaimed
; I bu"inel years thuds the devil to pay! set under his preachin, and understandin that the; Axe ; If here .-'
For a beacon Iiht on the pierit New Buffalo, from the day of its organization.. man I thought the cars should run off the track at the rate of comes Mr. Carpenter. So"don't sbowjyour; t
IUD hundred andftv dollars f Sec S. .1ud be it enacted, That in all -- --- Elder Sniffles was a very gifted j
For aliphlhouM at North Blackfcver; Lake Michg cases arising under fm.ttr where any person or Very Fair.-We heard a story, yesterday, Ide go to her him. Well, I liked him won. forty miles per hour, the passengers would all teeth till you can bite ; I beliefs th atifa I. '

n. three !thousand lie hundredflollars, ; persons other than those in whose favor an award ofa man who returned home from California ful he's a powerful speaker and his prayer go to ruin, and at one hundred miles per hour maxim ofa relation of yours !I" *! : tUjt ..

For Providing ., life'boaU. and other has been or may be made, shall claim the amount .o with gold to the amount ofsixty.four thousand weJ. interestin. So I goes to hear hima they could not conveniently go any further." | Not a relation" said the otherT" tnongh

means for t the preservation of lifefcid propeaty ship. awarded or any part (Ihereofsndabsll within thirty observed and they are the words ofa trise old saw';" 5cientljic
dollars, which he despoeitcd in one of the mints. number of limes. He me was i _
reckedon the coast of the UniU States ten thou. day. from the of this actor from the date of Irish receiving alms in New
"nddplltri, to be expended the control and'ttho the said award passage,notify the Secretary of the Treasury He took off his old tattered unmentionables, ividently pleased with me-but dunn al the An asked beggar how he liked the American.

of the Seeettry of un of his her or their intention to confest the payment and was about to throw them away)', but his time I was crcatin such a sensation in feel. Yoik was country, .

v. ,Su ** further th relUr.. Tba. if the of tha same ., 'arded.lnd ehall file with the wife good prudent woman took them and ins I never knowned but what ho had a wife. and if he did not want to go back to Ireland. The duty ofjudges is to render justice

*. thb shall report, in atf of case here. df.tric attorney of the United States a bond,with with effort she shook How I did feel when I found out he was a Go back I" cried. he, I no indade This, their trade is to defeat it. 'I here are thosa "'
1t a trifling ,
ti V Proesded fir.that prImina r/surveys/ are nee,- good sufficient ,(curiv. to be approved by him'I dollars worth' of gold trtnty.lhrcJouo"d duet of widdiwer. I was dretfully fliifelrated, and kepi is the most frolicksoinc and religion city that who know their duty and follow their lrad ....... I II
'.e cetrrnrtf: th "rrf'td lighthouse (enr flit 'of t? and datae sruinc; out '.
I .. ( il .. payment But? h fillWcd I \uo ever in m'.1f. | La Brnyrrr.
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flit TtvN: LOST -TKJ13LS:: Oh J JbllAUL.: 'niEJ'LUIUlMANfe! ) JOURNAL., ; Annexation of Canada., of heprospect" THE ,HON.: ,LEWIS CASS._ 'Not I6hg"ago tho. Department_! faT "a1ihig. A Washington Correspondent of the New
the'Bcniiuel speaking |
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Major NToah, of the Times an-1 Messenger, = T1. --c:::; __ -- u Canada, It is-understqotfthaf,owing<< to the atten ncc'fGener ington, caused t to bo published ja, document_ York Herald thus describes.the molu, Oplran.
f the annexation of
makes answer to the queries we have )pro- A. MAXWELL, bR.B. HILTON, for l CassYn; the Senate on the last day received from Cuba,' :AvhicH gave: notice of di, of I "no party": administration.;

)Bounded latt week in the nilicle below. It EDITOR AD FROmiETOllS' ; sajs : "It may reasonably: be supposed that of the last regular session of Iho- Senate, it very-rigid regulations with regard to carrying style ii quite military-more like The
will be perused! with much interest, as we --- :. this incaMirO'Will find few advovatcs: of any has been supposed, and asserted in several the Cr*
tb that Island.All than cabinet
14 1840. and privately tae :
Saturday April
papers Jt-ter
know of no one in &is city more capable of --- paity: in the South. The balance of power'men papers, that: this gentleman received mileage .
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elucidating the mystery referred t to than the -- -- flit attending al that session, although but a persons arc forbid, tinder a_ penalty, lo The administration< are steady at work
():JOar:; readers will perceive that we who in their of tin:
were strenuous advocacy
learned editor: of the Times.Y. ,lr. Globe.' few hours in his seat' before its dose, and also ; carry sealed packages, printed or written, and on the appointment Mr. Ewing: Mr. Col!
have donned head" this week. This Texas annexation will for the acquisition lamer and Mr.
THE **ISING: Tianns.The Globe of Monday a new hardly go mileage for attending} the special session of these must be transmitted through b tho mails, Fitz Warren appear to tie t tfce

) !last asks us to indicate in this day's: pa.: : mprovcment in the appearance of our paperis Canada, and yet they cannot find the Senate which immediately ensued ; but II subject to inspection. These regulations drew active champions of rotation, Warren makes

per, the "probable location of ihe ten lost but time commencement of others which we fault with a fashion of their own inquiry the proper source by"a friend) of qurckAvoVk oitt :A mad carries in and coniplainsloTlhe .
settings"t f forth the folowing remarks from the Phil aLipi-{ '
tribes.,; The subject, always: one of deep interest have: in cor.tcrrjilation ;, and in the meantime, Who the Editor: means by the General: (a senator: now Washington,) ss ota J locofoco postrnas
)has: occupied the research of tho most it was found to be entirely untrue. The Gen. liMa Gazele, which, says tho N. O\.Delta, ter. Mako your charges." They afe
our friends to interest themselves men we not quite sure that we "
v.-e arc
request made
eminent divines and historians.! Many\ : years power eral declined to receive any payment whatever we would have our readers remember, is out. Presrnt your matt and bis
in extending the circulation of ihc and know. But this Xve know, and are neither commendations." Here h.
ngo, Dr. Boudinot, of New Jcr published paper for his attendance at the regular session, not a paper of the progress, annexation, or destiny they are.
n woik of great interest t, called inc; "Star in thereby enlarge the sphere of its usefulness. disposed to deny, nor have: forgotten; that the which terminated on the 3d of March, for the school but sober conservative to, the WhTg is rn.. Take that to Mr. (.'01. 11 t
the West," in which ho attempted to prove i -FOREIGN---:: --NEWS.-- -- whole Democratic) party: in this South was in reason that he had only taken his seat: in tile a whig lamer. All right." And at the end of tho <

that: the Notth American Indians were the The Charleston telegraph.} favor of the annexation Tcxar. Tho Whig Senate on the last day of tho session, while journal. The remarks have force in them : das'Tork Mr. Coll&mer presents his list ta :

descendants ofthe missing tribes. The work Mercury bring his predecessor, the lion. Thomas Fitzgerald, : The new postal decree of the Captain. Old Zack. Old Zack says, I rely uponjou.
ic accounts of tho news latest from Europe, Representative from Florida did not more member and who retired : I: ,you responsible.
was read and! laid aside with incrC'dulitJ.rOlt was stUl a sitting General of Cnba--it was explained to our JJol All correct ; bat

)" years, however, have: developed many brought:; by the Niagara: : from which we gath. I heartily: approve of that measure than the 'tinlv on his appearance. He considered his reader day before yesterday-by which the ,youhave) the right man displaced, and

circumstances and discoveries, tending; to con. er that in England the public mind was much' gl cat body of his opponents-albeit the latter predecessor as entitled to all the emoluments petty vicegerent and deputy of the Spanishcrown the right one put in."

firm the opinion of Dr.) Boudinot!, arid the woik, unsettled t in consequence' of the threatened. wero no shareholders in the Mercer grant.XUI' attached to that scat for the entire session, in that its list and f feeblest American The Virginia Congressional election comes

though out of print, is one which, to tho curious of affairs the Continent and has tho Democratic exhibited both for pcrdicm compensation and mileage ; colony, magnificently notifies the governmentat ff in April. The appintment thus far, in
would amply repay; al'erosaJ.'C have aspect en apprehension party any and it was accordingly paid to the Hon. Thomas 'rashil ton what rigorous terms on. Virginia, have of the
never doubted! tho facl. Nine and a hail: of reverses in India. This had been I regret for its agency in consummating that Fitzgerald, who had attended during the ly, and at what perils of and imprisonment loco incumbents, as, for instance, the Richmond .

t tiibcs weio carried captives from Samaria: : carried to such an extent as to produce an almost !. i measure. And even though the :Mercer\ entire regular season, and who was erlualyentitled American letters fnp newspapers can Postmaster, and the Navy, Agent at

two and a half: Judah] Benjamin, and half total. suspension of business. Three grant should turn out to be an II-lug, we with all the other members to per be permitted to be introduced into the !Island! Norfolk. It i. an experiment. 'It may fail ;
Mannssah, rcmained in Judea, or in the trans. diem compensation and t tb the mileage which but it may do some good in that old Locofoco
i h of those of
days bePjrc the Niagara sailed, however, hope there arc others, besides; Democrats, who one !! acts folly-or fatality-by
Jordanic cities and the latter constitute the time law allows for meetor Commonwealth.It .
every separate which men and rulers so often succeed in doing .
millions of the All that news arrived of a favorable character from will continue to sanction it. the The is said that Mr.
eight existing nation. or session of ScrJt following themselves a in the effort to secure Buchanan: the Postmas.: I
we know of thc route taken: is from the SeconJ India, and business assumed( a more cheerful But why the Sentinel, if the opponent, aswe official certificate will put thfs! calumny to rest themselves u1ischtf Jealousy of at Baltimore, goes to day. If so, we presume

Esdrass, an apocryphal book, but one aspect. The anticipated: drain bullion)) was: infcrj of the annexation of Canada: : should forever ; though we fear i is almost too much America and Americans to ha the word.- his commission expires, for in other respects

ofgreat antiquity, and entitled to re pcct.- not realized, and Cotton, which had declined wish to put in the mouths of Northern men I to expect from those journals, which have given American mails and mail-matter are to be ho meets the requisitions of the inaugural.
The notice runs thus :- circulation to this slander that will
rallied and which it deems conclusive they) considered as of incendiary character. Yankee .
Whereas, thou sawost: t another peaceable a farthing, regained: an eighth.1'hie arguments against publish this vindication : letters Cun.ix NECOIATIOX Mr. T. C. Rcy.

multitude ; these are the t ten tribes, which stock on hand at Liverpool was 408,000 whatever can be alleged by the majority of OFSFCKKTASV and newspapers, and packagesarc nolds, late secretary of legation to Mr.( .
Omen : or SKXVTK: to be broken open-and, doubtless, Yankee gaun.dors
were carried :' piisoncrs out of their bale of which two hundred and nine thou. tho Southern in that ]
own ? to
away people opposition mea. at Madrid has written
April 5, 1319.I ). trunks are to be rifled, and Yankee pockets t a long letter of
laud, in the timo of Osca, whom Salaman/er: sand were American.In sure, is not of easy comprehension. It can: i ccrtifiy that the lion. Lewis Cass, senator examined in search: of such letters, papers abuse cf Mr. Saunders, about alleged

lied King them Assyria. the, led away captive: :and he car. Pailiar.ient, the Army :and Navy oslimites hardly be good policy to make out the cause : of the United States from Michigan: took and packages, by Spanish mai.agenl invested tiations the Island of Cuba, which nego. 1
over waters, so they came un. fJr whig ;
(o another land. which :Mr.\ Cobden has been trying to of our adversaries. Be the argument ever ISO'I' his scat in the senate on the 3d of.March last, with power to search, to payment, to papers arc using to his detriment. But, the j
hut declined to receive cither make fine and
arrests to
or mileagefor oilenders
14 They took this counsel among themselves,p reduce::: .C I 10,000,000, were passed by a large strong, it would seem hardly wise to tell our the session ending on that &c. &c.; Americans-traders imprison and N. };. Express, whig, speaks as follows on !

that they would leave the multitude of the majority l and the bill to repeal the NavigationLaws opponents that it is conclusive; before it is by ASBURY DICKINS, the free citizens of this mighty traveler-are .tho subject i

hcalJicn mankind, and never go into dwelt a\ farther that they country might, wherein there. had passed to a second/ reading. them urged.( But our colcinj>orary became Secretary of the Senate. to be exposed, at the discretion of the smallest I By request of M r. Saunders, Mr. Rey '

J keep their statues, which they never kept' ii Ireland is represented: as being in a most so familiar during the Mexican war with the What will those rabid whig papers, that colonial functionaries, to indignity and outrage nolds was recalled from that: post, and hence, '

their own land, (Asryiia% ,) and there was J\. deplorable state. The cholera! which has noble chivalry& of Whig statesmen" and Whig have taken the trouble to calculate the extent and their blood and the blood of the people undoubtedly, this remarkable production of

great way: to :jo, namely: a year :and a half." disappeared from England, is \"erJpremlcnt presses-that chivalry which exhibited itself r of Gon. Cass' fortune, and, in view of its large. at home stirred with indignation : and all spleen, vanity, self-satisfaction, and, in soma
this is be done said
to : We from treasonable !
jealousy respects disclosures
They marched towaids the ucitheast coast and fatal in that Island. }Pestilence : ofdlploriiallc
unhappy: in defences vindications of the enemy far: ness to heap abuse en him for taking his seat to prevent American designs against the security confidence.The .
cf Asia : some remained in Tailary, and many
went into China, uhere they have hcc, I and f famine arc making awful havoc: among more able than any put forth by the enemy in tho senate on the 3d March, and thus, as of the island, the rights and interests of Express adds :

JUOO years, and are numerous at this da}*.- the inhabitants, while the most frightful mur- himself that we f fear that the idea of volunteefin they supposed}, pocketing a large sum of mon the Spanish government. Nothing so cer- Now, in reply to all this, we have authority

The main body crossed at Hhcril: 's Straits I ders have been }perpetrated in several places' "' as counsel in behalf of a cause (towhich ey for mileage and per diem compensation: ,, tainly assured and so rapidly expedited the to deny that there i ii any truth in Mr. Rey
in the South and West. O annexation of Texas as the insolent suspicions I nolds'innucnd03, if not assertions that the de.
to continent tho ,
our ,
more hardy keeping lo be the
is to the above ? If denounced
he really opposed, may say to they him I and
insults of
tho North, Hudson's! Bay: and Giceuland ; the In Fiance the murderers of Gen. Brcas Mexico, by which the nationwas I partments of Stale at Washington instructed
Sentinel! less questionable! than: to ourselves. for meanness without knowing the facts, will L in a manner into annexation Mr. Saunders to
for the
more cultivated passed down on the shores o f had been guillotined, and the remainder of; exasperated open negotiations
the Pacific, through California to Mexico, the conspirators had been pardoned. The r But without intending to discuss this sub. they have the conscience still to kef-p their as wcl as all its consequences, and don- of Cuba.

Central America: and Peru, and there the\r Red Republicans were clamorous against the ject, we will say, that the argument in behalf 1 leaders under a false impression, though in 1st. From the Union the late organ of
It cannot be denied that tho i island! the ,
met with their old enemy, the Phoenician;, executions. An office had been opened) at of the annexation of( Canada: frcm the action I their power to set the matter right ? However of Cuba, government.
Canaaniles WhO} ) largo and fertile, and! so situated as to command 2d. Official information, as we believe,
( ) havingdiscovcrcdthccountrySOUycars Havio for the
registration of the names of r of tl-.e South in ho matter of Texas: is not L we know it is not tho fashion of whig- the entrance of the and the in the
outlet of
previously, had 1 formed coonies! proceeding to California. gulf now possession the department of
I persons worth straw. None but those blind I to do justice to the merits and conduct of the is State.
built the city ofPalenque, with pyramids, Jikt, The a wilfully gcry Mississippi, a very attractive object r :
those they !had erected in Kjrypt, at Cholula, t\vecn Fiance most and understanding in exists be-: could fail to see from the facts, as presented, of this great statesman, and \\e hardly expect L to the United Slates, to which its possession 3d. A letter from Madrid, in our own possession ,
England to
Otamba, Paxca, :Mitlan, Tlascala: together I atfairs: of Italy. As a matter of regard that Great Britain at the time of the annexa-: it in this instance. would be ofgrea ommercial: and sill! from the American legation there.
with hieroglyphics) plenisphcncs, zodiacs,I t.'m.. political importance. The world suspects I .l Mr. Reynolds has to cite 3 proof to tho
and to that lion Texas heaven and earth
guard against contingencies might was moving ,,
j plc!, military roads, aqueducts, viaducts, bridgs ; arise in that UziNti enemies to punish- ( friends to I us, and England, in particular, almost charges I contrary is his own ipse dixit.
number of
quarter, a troops that L so to speak, in her? endeavors to establish! an: us, with hungering after it. There, ever in The administration has deal
ofgreat grandeur, eli tiu at this day, am I Inil had embarked at Toulon for had been : reward-no to build up-noth. a great to ac.
proving that they) were built and settled bj)' recalled.: Algeria !]I inllucnce in Texas, itith a viet, not only to tho party purposes our eyvs and at our doors, a golden apple of r count for, but not in thi mater of Cuba. All

those who had: erected Tyre, Babylon, and I abolition of slavery: in that country, but will!;]I ing to servo but my country. [Old Xack< temptation which we might so easily pluck! it seems to have W:rightfully to keep

Carthage.: When the tribes of Israel encountered The Emperor of Russia it i issaiJ: informed{( I f far dearer to }her heart the before tho election.] we ought to be praised for our forbearance in I its eyes open, to see-1st, that there was ni<5
a o\cr-
their old enemy in the new world, thzejcii time French Ambassador! at St. Petersburg, purpose Here fullows Old Zack nflcr the election :: preferring justice to interest, and good faithto truth in the idle rumor that the British Government .
( upon and destroyed them a second time, that he would have:\ recognised! the: French I throw of the same institution in the Unitec Appointments by the President. acquisition and glory. The people and I would swap off the key ofthe Mediterranean .

and when Columbus di eO\'erpc11hc country, Republic had Caviagnac I been elected Pjesi- States. Southern Democrats, and not a feu government of tIle United States have always! I forthe island of Cuba and a quarrel.

}he found the various tribes of Indians whose dent,but the elevation Napoleon !had chang. :Southern Whig?, believed that the only \:3}. John}- J. Walker CtsTO I-JOCSE, Collector OfFCEr, Mobile: Alabama treated Spain and her rights in Cuba with with us ; and 2nd, that it was not given up to

origin was unknown. These are the missing; ed his purposes. The French Ambassador, in which Texas feeble, exhausted bankrupt vice James E. Saunders. particular respect ; they! have labored rather i pay John! Bull what was due him from Ill
tribes i in consequences} of these intimations, is reported -I pas to secure her in the of this I I Spanish
and this is the opinion of Adair, Huck- possession splendid government.
Isaiah D.) Halt Collector, District of St.
1 to have left St. she was, could be( saved from Biitain, and
Petersburg. island, than to detach it from her in
welder Cbel'lc'clulcKrl1zie:\ .
: Bartram: Bltramc Johns, Florida! Byrne. any manner
: Smith, Penn, :'Mcnassah! Ben Israel, The war between the Imperialists and the time South saved from eminent danger: was to William! R. \I'ic Chares, Providence,, whatever: ; they have. even endeavored to Macaulay'a History.It .

the Earl! of Crawford Lopez de Gamarra: hungarians: : is carried: on with relentless! I fe- make her a State: of this Union. Tha idea ol- Rhode Island, rice Benjamin Cowell. convince themselves it is Cor their interest she is well known that the Harpers, in republishing .

Acosta, :Malvenda\ :Major\ Long, Boudinot and rocity. The ;Maygars\ have adopted the gu. gaining strength in the Senate was: altogether Moses Richardson, Naval Officer, Provi I Ideuce should be maintained in undisputed rule! of it ;: :MacaulayTs's History of England,

Catlin, all eminent writers and travellers.We : orilla system ofwaifare, and ate harassing a subordinate, and comparatively iusignifi Rhode Island, vice Silas A. Cornstock.1KD1A.V 'f but, after all, a great deal of this f forbearance,, took the liberty altering the spelling of certain
trace the march cfthe tribes!: through I the invaders: by intercepting! ; their communications and even this philosophy)', is attributable to
Asia to this continent. After 2000 years we and cutting c1rthcir supplies. \\'ind. cant consideration.: If the North can show .GtXT: comity and friendly regard for Spain. words to correspond with the latest editions .

find the red men of America bearing the Simon ischgratz was etill icmaining at Uarra, and that its existence as a civilized: and prosperous dian James S. Calhoun Fe, of Georgia, to be In. .,s.w would be friends ',with her, .and hare her love.:' of Websler's Iict) ionary,for doing svMch,
Santa New
at Mexico.
jest marks of Asiatic origin, and divided! into) his neglecting to advance: shows the difficul-) community is jeopardized by the connection Agent several of our leading( journals appeared hid
1500 different nations, remarkable! for their intcllectual tics by which he is surrounded, and that the We do not allow ourselves to think! of any uncivil .
has commenced. between Canada. and Great Britain-or Taylor Going to Work I IA cr unjust act to our neighbor, nor of cow I ly incensed. The author of the History, hou-
their in war only just
superiority, bravery war, I by the alternative-tho establishment of a telegraphic despatch in the Baltimore cling anything that belongs! to him. ever, has fettled the matter in the subjoined
their good faith in peace, to be the descendants Numerous desertions }had liken! place in Why
of the lost tribes, and i identify: them by) Radctzky's army in Hungary. Charles Albert Republic! North of the Lakes, then we arc Sun, dated Washington: April 5, 1 10 o'clock, should he be so foolish as to risk the consequences letter to tli2 publishers, we presume to the
I t,
the following religious rites! peculiar: to all our had refused permission (to I Radctzky to for annexation: of Canada-Senate or no P. -M., says-Rumors have been rifo to-day treating us injuriously' ? Ill short, satisfaction of every body, and the grumblers
must t that the
Indians and to the !Israelite draw supplies) from his territories, and the lat. Senate Why, neighbor, was not an immense difficulties in the Cabinet, in regard to appointments regulations we say for Cuba we as regard being extremely new postal well: in particular. So tar as be is concerned, he

J. Their belief one God. tcr in consequence! had: iuteiupted time communicaU'ons majority of your own party in the and that Mr. Clayton wishes to adapted, to bring about results, and precipitate has not the slightest objection against Brother
tj. In their of time
computation by theirceremonies } between Piedmont and Lombardy .
of the new moon. I South in favor ofthc annexation of Texas go to England. In this event, -Mr. Meredith I if not Make, a destiny, never ]before senoujly Jonathan spelling precisely as he pleases.-

3.: III their division of the year into four The Sardinian troops were making Nut indeed perhaps! in the form in which it will be Secretary of State, and :.Mr.\ Evans, of thought of in the United States. This is sensible. :

seasons. to take the field. preparations was !accomplished'"-but as Mr.\ Clay, and Maine, Secretary of the Treasury. The of 'Gentlemen : Tho copy of* my history

4. In their erection of a temple-having Official notice had been given of the tcrmi. themselves would hare done it, had he, and fice-seekers like this latter arrangement. CANADA. which you were so good as to send, has this
an ark ofthe! co\'enant-an also in their erection The The stale of things in her Britanic Majes day reached me. I can as yet only judge of
Connecticut and .
nation of the armistice between Dcnmaik they, been placed in power. Island elections
of altars. ty's two provinces; of Upper and Lower Canada the general efl'ectoftke paper and typography;
and the Duchy ofScl/leswig/ ; Holstcin, but the of the two countries, have had a great influence on the Cabinet .
ofthe Again, population
T. By tho division nation: into tribes,, and that effect i is highly creditable: to your
with; a chief or general sachem: at their head. I btrong efforts were making to prolong it for Texas and Canada, distinguishes the two; cases as to the necessity of removals and ap. one would suppose anything else than satisfactory houso.

0. By their laws of sacrifices, ablutions, another three months. as manifestly as is day from night. The pointments, and i is rumored that Gen. Taylor / to the Queen's government. There 'The spelling differs from mine. But tho
ceremonies in and The Prussian elections had terminated, and are fresh troubles from the old difference not affect either the
man iagc*, war in peace, he is source name. doeS su
people Texas were bone of our bone, and} says noic going to work The of. st3ncl
prohibition of eating certain things, by tradi- appearances strongly;; indicate that there will! ly, the two classes, Gaul and Saxon-French or style of my work ; and I, therefore, dl not
be a Democratic: majority in the Chambers.A flesh of our flesh. Settled by emigrants from fice.s ckcr8 arc highly gratified at this decla I consider
tions, history, character, appearance, affinityof and English, into which the population is divided myself as personally aggrieved by
their language to the Hebrew, and finally Prussian Envoy will shortly }leave for America every State in the Union, our brothers had ration. the change. If my sentiments were suppressed

)by that: everlasting covenant ofhcirship exhibilcd : to purchase ships and steamers for the fought her battles, and achieved her independencc. No less than eleven of tho candidates for -the French constituting what is termed or m language altered, I should
in transmission of Prussian marine. It is rumored that the Prussian tho "lJerl party": and the English the think that I
a perpetual its seal When, having secured an indisputable : the Philadelphia Cullectorship arrived hero a right to complain. But, ag
in their flesh, a custom only of )late rdin. [Russian!! ?] Ambassador: : ] had! demanded and all at the breakfast loyal party.: The sujcc of annexation to to the spelling, I have no wish, except that. it
title to their count- to-day accidentally met
!splendid they
his from the presented
French )
juhhed.} All the Indians on tho American:' passports Government. the United States is freely discussed : and may be such a is generally acceptable to

continent, from Labrador to Cape Horn, arc The King of Holland died on the 17th of themselves, with a proposition to unite : ; table, at--,rilllrlls: -Hotel-, this- morning. what is not a little. strange, the English. American readerT.. B. MACAULAY.. "

the descendants of the tribes, which, as Es. :March\ and William, his third son, had ascended their destiny with that of their fathers, their party ------
CoNvENTto.-'fhme last Jacksonville Republican or at least a portion of its members, are AMOS TCCK.-Daring the last
drass says, went into a farther country.Mr. tho throne. brothers, their kindred and friends, was it for Congress

!\ Catlin, who lived some years among 77tc JlarT.cts.Trada was much deprcs. us to spurn them from our presence-because, contains a call for a Whig Convention advocating it. The immediate cause of there was much difficulty, in classifying mem-

the Indians of the north-west! assured! us! that sed, in consequence of the unfavorable! advices forsooth the taint of for the purpose taking into consideration the excitement is tho passage of what is termed ber, to say where t this gentleman belonged.
being corrupted by sa.
all the Moaic laws!!, traditionary with them, received from the continent, for three tlaj's6uLseI'ent the propriety of nominating a candidatefor an Indemnity Bill for payment of losses He was sometimes called an Independent,
were strictly enforced ; and 'Wm. Penn, who to tho departure of the last steam. very, they wore unworthy associating with the office of tho of Probate
Judge( for suffered in the Rebellion of 1837. Among sometimes a FreD Soiler, always known as an
liad no suspicion of their origin, fays, I found cr. The demand for goods in the manufacturing ourselves.!! Need wo ask whether the inhabitants .
Duval) county. is but a or two since these losses are it is said ;Incurred Abolitionist. He' himself all!!
them with, like countenances to the Hebrew districts having been' diminished, Cot- of Canada: differing from us in customs I year many : by remo\'e doubt.

race. -I consider these people under a dark Iou declined |d. Subsequently the advices institutions, laws and religion-a great tho Sentinel and Mr. Cabell! filled the State the Insurrectionists themselves. These the .At 1 recent Whig supper, in Portsmouth, N.Hampshiie .-

night,'yetlhey believe in God. and immoilali- from the continent presented a more cheerful with their lamentations-weeping, and utter opposite party, tho English, declare shall never he said :

I)': without tbe aid of metaphysics. They aspect, business! improved, and Cotton rallied majority of whom do not even speak our Ian. ly refusing to be comforted, because the Democratic be paid. The Bill, at the last accounts, *. The editors who have assigned to me all

reckon by moons-they offer their first ripo and regained A fl. Tho quotations are for fair analogous! position 1 party held a convention for the norni- was in the hands of the Governor General for sorts opinions will tako my presence hero
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fruits-they have a kind/ cf feast of taberna and Mobie I
Upland 4 j. [The this
quotations evidence
by evening as that I have
Coxcrc-rIctT: Euc'rIOx.-TJlfce: out of nation of a candidate to fill his What gone over
office he do is
an known.
said purely not
to their altars approval.
des-they are lay with
the Canada Fair "i
were Upland, 4$ ; Mobile\ hook and line to the Whigs. I am here this
twelve stones they mourn a 'ear-and oh. 43 ; Orleans 4E1 j] The sales for the fortnight the four members of Congress recently elected political. How sore will be their grief and Speaking on the :subject, the Montreal Courier evening to be with my friends, and enemies

servo"a Mosaic: law with regard to scpara- amounted to 00,000 bales. in this State, are democrats. Tie Lcgis- how bitter their anguish, at the sight of their uses the following sufficiently emphatic may make :.he most of it." my

tion. NEW YORK, April 7, 0 p. m. lature also, on joint ballot, has a democratic own frcnJ. resorting to these same pestilent language : .' Let the Parliament pass the bill,

These are the miring!; but never the lost The markets have been dull, under majority, which, it is said, ensures tic electionof Conventions, for the selection of candidatesfor let the sanction if he pleases but Canadian Affairs.
tribes of Israel.: The resided governor ;
in California the influence of the news by the iagara.COHon .- the gallant Col. Seymour, the democratic office which all will i MOXTKEIL, April 3d.-A .telegraph of this
when the ships Solomon made: their three an admit, should while there/ is axe and rifle on frontier, and
has declined Flour G date to the York the .
onc-cightli gives following
years' voyage, and furnished the gold of Ophir cents per barrel ; Provisions have; also de.| Candidate for Govci nor. Two of ihe gentle. have no connection with parties or party Sel'OI hands to wield them, these losses will nut impJrtant Sew bit of papers intelligence us

'for building the temple] ; they reside there clincd. Sugars, Molasses and Rico quiet, men elected to Congress, \\'nldo and Clevc- schemes. "'i not the Sentinel send on its be paid." :
still ihc settlers and \ "The us of23d ult.
Mexico; states thata
proprietors Kigston
and without change. Government stocks land, were candidates( for elector! in tho recent veto to this movement 1 Should not Mr. Cab-
Peru, and the whole! American continent petiton to allow Canada to
they have: been here centuries before the ad.; have advanced-a--half---per- -cent.-.- canvass on the Cass ticket. It seems ell be written to on the sabject ? Government Jewels Recovered-Arrest o be annexed the United States is being circulated -

vent of Christianity, and patiently await the CQ'-:: GrN.: C\.ss.-It has--been-- charged that this democratic victory does !tot take wcl the Thieves.-A telegraphic dispatch in in hat city.

promises of redemption. against Gen. Cass that he left the Senate Washington ; and rumor males it tho basis 0it: is stated that many California emi Baltimore Sun, under date of New York, April The University bill, which has been the de*

-------- of grants by way: of the Isthmus, after spending 5 B. Jones of struction of every Canadian ministry which'his '
Chamber on tho night of tho adjournment to more active operations of the; no-party' says : Henry Philadelphia,
Gold from California. was: weeks, and in some cases months, at Panama, hitherto attempted to pass: it, is to bebrought
reportedin avoid the Territorial administration( in behalf of \Whiggery. and T. Jones, were arrested to. ay in this city,
the city, on Thursday, that intelligence had voting on questions. in the vain hope of onward- inf tho House of Assembly thi$
Rhode Island also indications of getting passage with the United States : "
gives charged Pa- week.
been received at the Bank England to the The fact turns out to be that Gen. Cass, bo- grow.

effect that her Majesty's suiveying brig Pandora lieving, as he well might, that Congress had, ing partiality to democracy, and this, too, having of the spent most of their money, arc disposing .. tent-olllco of the government jewels. There -

Lieut. Commander Wood, was coming: no right to legidate after 12 o'clock of the 3 J makes limo "powers" squint. There are other baggage and stores which they intended were found buried in the cellar Jones' houseone The ProtocoL

home from the Pacific with a freight of gold( March,declined taking part in tho preceeih elections to take place soon,and some in. carrying to the gold country, and ma. hundred and twenty di mon, one hundred The tlnionsajs :
digging*, to the amount of nine tons-or to king their way as tlmy best can back to the "'Y c feel to stating what
which occurred after that hour. But tcrest is felt to see if this sort of change It likely and forty-three jewels, three hmdrcddolars drfficulty in wo
the value JCOOO.OOO kterling. This willgive ings an United States. Those who are there without have little douU i is tho truth, (hat the Secreta.

the lucky commander: about 1,000 for important: fact, which the Richmond Enquirer i I to progress._ __ tickets bought in New YOlk for the whole worth of gold in bars, (supposed to be ry of State (Sr. Clayton) has dressed a

the freightage, the admiral's share will be asserts on high authority, that when it was J7:: BOTTS, now dubbed time terrible and from the scabbard of the sword presented by note to Senct lon, who has in vain' brought

::2,675; and Greenwich Hospital will benefit thought that the obnoxious amendment! of Mr. immortal was nominated for Congress by a route, stand tro chance of passage: by the Pacific : the Emperor of Russia to Commodore Biddle,]), up this Protect1 that the Administration attached .

to a like amount-London Spectator, March 3. steamers. a gold snuff-box, and a pint bottle of the no sort f importance to if, and that
------ R. \\ Thompson of the House, to tho Appro. Convention in the Richmond (Va.) District, ottar >
.fJThe>* "' Jaw of Ii LeI* is a glorious aflair. A nun priation Bill, recognizing"the :Mexican\ laws," on the 5th of April. lIe and Mr.\ Lee, the Go\". h.r.SOT.'ERRTOn .-Mr. :Ic. of roses. The parties are in prison and will the they two consfdercd Repub.'is.he Treaty Thus the itself Administrationis binding upon I

chargedvilh bating robbed the Treasury of (prohibiting slavery) might pass the Senate candidate of the anti. ott itcs, both whigs, .1 Gaughy, first nominated, having been rejected leave for Washington to.morrow moriim" in acting with a frmncss, spirit, afftd considera.

Bedford,'.Count)', Pa, put in a plea of guilty, and como before the President for his signature are double-teaming on the democratic candidate i. by the Senate, and Governor Pennington charge of police officers. tion, which wert duo totho occasion. And

and was: sentenced to two years) and six months Gen. Cass was with Mr.\ Polk in the Mr. Scddon. Tho Richmond papers having declined Limo appointment Governor thus ends the Ch tcr.Tolly. .
in the Penitentiary. The Editor ofthe Bedford a Small Pox.-\ M. Herring Merchant
three Vice President's room, and promptly advised show there is a very pretty quarrel in the Mincsota, the office has been offered to Mr. a
Inquirer say: Precisely yearsugo,? of Florida, on hisrclurn from New.York, was .-To un<$rtakc to skull! a boat with
we wee fined SSOO for cautioning the )public him to veto the bill, in case said amendment ranks of tho Taloritcs there. Oh the Ramsay, a late Member of Congress from recently taken with Small Pox Atlanta, a or to kco girls from knowing what

bain ilia individual." were engrafted on it. simplicity of the early days of the Republic. Pennsylvania. i Geo., and died on Tm: ar. I trowe confectioniy marriage is.


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&iL-t t''OR THE: IWIRtm.VN AND JOVUNAL ] : 'rIlE rt-OBlDIAK *. JOURNAL.] --- ;From the A'eie 'York Herald, 'f.ionday. larger: quantities, should take this fact into --- Grand:; DiTiiioa, Son* of Tcroptrantc. Rail Road Notice. S_

CRAPS FROM MY FIRE I FIRE !I" Interesting; from Cui1If rn. con ideration. THE Second Quarterly Session of the Grand Division t __ ______

Messrs. Editors :-I noticed in a late Mariana Advices from San Francisco, California, to The California gold put on board the Calypso ; Sons of Temperance, of the State of Florida, ______________________________________ ''F-__

1a1 L \YOLSEl.-rAllEN CREAHESS, Whig an anecdote of Dr. W., ofQiiincy, he 7th February, reached town yesterday from was brought down by the Mary Frances wiirbe holden at Marianna Jackson Coun'y, West OTlC is hereby given to the Stockholder -I: __

afternoon. They were brought by Edward San Francisco. Florida Wednesday, the 19th day-of April next, _1_ the Tallahassee Rail Road Company, that t.WeUnesJij,27tb _
Farewell a long fan-well to all greatness! which brings to mind the following incident A. Suwerkrop, who has made While 31 r. S. was at Mazallan, California ,on day of June next, an election will
csq. a Cracd
This i* ho Mate ol man ; lo-day lie puts faith hat occurred while he was preaching, not quick trip overland through Mexico to Vcra very gold was sold at 15 per ounce, and the pro at o'clock, A. M. Rev. JOSHUA PIXEL- be fccld at the Office of the Company inTalUhai ?r.forse .
The lender leaves cl hope, to-romrow blossoms ceeds Chaplain, i is appointed to deliver a Public Address en Erectors lo manage ,the affairs of jid
And! I'cam hi* blushing honor*, thick upon him. cng since. I transcribe from my scrapbookas Cruz, thence to Mobile,and thence to this city. put on board any vessel free of charge. that occasion: and subordinate Divisions in Company for tvrelveononth* (from that tlite.IL .
frAt, a killing frost; We last had the of brief After going into a careful calculation with upon K..CALLPre-T. R Co.Talhhac .
The thud day comes a t wrote ifalthe time, and if it suggest but evening pleasure a thu tate, and Divisions ofthe Order in the acijoin-
eafj roan fulUurelyHu Mr, S. we were assured that about S 1,001)-( ) H Sentinel.
And when hethinlit.pood conversation with Mr. S. at the Irving House, ec//ipril 7, IS19. 3ra- [
his root, moiety of the ludicrousness of the scene as ins Counties of Georgia-ami Alabama,are invited to
ffealness jr1pcnixgDiPS a where ho and obtained from him j 000) in gold had been obtained from the mines.
And then lie falls as T do. I have ventured stops, some unite with the Grand Divi. on in a procession, in Administrator's Notice.
$ the
bladder happened, will be worth the room, even in late and interesting rOfthis, iioooo haVl passed through
that fwlts en *, highly intelligence,
bns ( very
Like little wanton custom house San Francisco Valued at $10to appropriate regalia. Committee of Arrangement months after date l-iball! prejent my account .
at ,
of Kl a *t-a not only ,
Thu many (summers in jour t.o It
Towle. aprMfc the ff
blown 813 had off in -Bros. Rostrum, Biles and! vouchers and lion-Judge f
far beuind doj.tli : my high pride and Mexico. per ounce. 700,000 gone ?
Uut mj tlic thcr- Islands, Gadiden for final
neighboring village Quincy 2 Scribe.Tjla1iaec Probate far Couni. a aeuletnent
and now has Ult me JOS. CLISBY, Gan< i
vie driblets the
; ( in trunks boxes and
At Wo to have ; on persons irom the adroin 'tfaliouof; the r -
were happy so intelligent a and discharge *ita e
\Viry. and old with scmce, lo the mercy lived, not a century ago, a tailor by the name outs March 31, 1S1!>.
that tnu t forever hide me.Vz.sEv.SuAi. gentleman to convcrso with.Ve found that owners, to Oregon, Valparaiso, Sydney, 'Pr Archibald Black, dec ; and i'sxa settlement( aiul
Ol a rude stream of II-rd who besides a industrious N. Sr W. Sandwich Islands the United AdmimV rat or c the dower ail t-
( .'a HENRY vnxOf being very lie had visited the mines with Governor Mason c;: WE are authorized and ren'iested to announce final discharge a j
lhckdec.. widow
and worthy man, was also very deafso and Capt. Folsom, and had bern over States, England, &c. &c., to save freight. he Hon. JAMES E. BROOME as a candidate for the of led said and Archibald set apirtto Black Margaret, dec., late of 3 sid a.-t( ountj.IL .

ihoselio have rapidly risen and suddenly hard of hearing that it was only when you about three leagues ofthe digging He con- Several lots of 810,000 each had gone offin OJice of Judge ct Probate for the County of Leon,athe S. SHKPAr.D.Admr.

Buona. firms all that those officers have written relative this way. 81,000,000 was in the hands of April,7th. IS-10. 11 ?
fallen, if we except Napoleon pitched your voco to the loudest key that he the mordant of San Francisco ; about $!,- election on first Monday in May next.WE

pane, it m-.ybe doubted \vhctlfer history pro. was enabled to catch a syllable. But, like The to the trip gold of Mr.region.Suwerkrop through Mexico 000,000 was scattered over California, in ca-. are authorized and requested to announce Notice. p *

tents a more striking example than Cardinal most deaf people, II. \vssvery fond of attending was a quick one. lie loft Sari Bias on largo a.nsmall\ parcels in the possession of Major JOHN BEARD as a candidate for t the Office trrRMENT; or STATIC.Washir xl- 'f .<

Wolsev.. The son of a butcher, he spent the public assemblies, and nt church he the 1st of March, and reached Vera Cruz on parties, ninors, &c., that had not been sent Register of Public Lands of the State of Florida, at ton, March 21, IS

obfccurity. down to San Francisco. This, Mr. Suwcr- heelecticfn first Monday in May ne\t. o tre iVjrlh section of the act ft -
of his life in comparative the IGth distance of nine hundred PURSUANT
first oily years would select a conspicuous scat, and set with travelling a ired moderate calcula approved 3d Mai-fh, I .t9( entitled 1
Rut when he began to ascend the his fixed on the minister, apparently and ninety miles over execrable roads, and krop ass us, was a very Notice. u An act to carry into effect certa 3 Mipuhtion f f '
made with the in
eyes tion. It was care
He the between tlieUnit&d
was robbed en route, in sixteen day* treaty States of America and
heights distinction, ho went up with astonishing ing the most critical attention to the discourse, left Vera Cruz on the 19h: in the stuain'hip the order not to doceivepublic. SIX months after date I will apply to the Hon. the republic ol Mexico, of tEe second,djj of February
There time lost in :*>" of Probate (for Leon county, for Letters' of ,one thousand eiit! hundred ind hl'/'
; forly-ei
no o-
rapidity. was while in he tlid not hear word of it. ; '
reality a Great Western and-arrived at Mohiln on the
WASHING DAY. Dicmission from the administration ot the e>tatt ot lice is hereby given that the beard of cow.misiun- !
going round impediments, there was no wavering One Sunday, while old Dr.V.., who is one of 21thHe met' in Mexico about one thousand Norborne T. Taylor, dec. II. B. BRADFORD. cr.-created by that act will meet in the ci'ty of Washington

-no reeling-no falling back-no false good, old-fashioned Methodists, was Americans: Mexicans, Englishmen, Frenchmen ET itOME. April H.lSUt), 11 on Monday, the sixteenth day of April next,
your the coastbound to receive and examine Oil claims of citizens ot (the
btcp:his motion was continually onward, his holding forth for the edification of his California., &c.
course directly upward. From the horn when brethren and the conviction of sinners, to And all our things were drying; Smith Mowry, ) are prgudcd for t ty the treaty aforesaid, and which
upon bla'ck rnail on all but the armed parties of A- The storm came rtuhinR through the lines, M. > BILL IN CHANCERY. may bcf>rc-ri>t ; the death of the founder of the Tudor dynasty the propriety of giving loud expression to religious mericans. With them they had seen the clphant. And sent them all a-ttying; Joseph Law ton. ) and decide thcrccri acor'1iptothe provisions ot .

-threw the reins government into the hands ." Inw the shirts and petticoats the said trraty, and ofihefrst ami fifth artiel' ol
feeling in public, our deaf fiiend walk appearing to me by affidavit that Joseph Lawton,
California Mr. Go living off like witches ; IT defendant in the lull filed in the alx thennratitit-d convention concluded at the city of .
The mail passed >ve cause resides -
of Henry VIII, Wolsey remained stationary ed in and seated himself, and assuming a listening steamship I Host-oh bitterly I \\ept- : the Mexico on the twentieth day of November, one
of of Tloridt and in
ont Europe:
S. about two hours 'Sfl i! from Maz&lan, on the I l tot thousand hundred
breeches. eight
had reached SuniLj forty-three.
until he
a my
scarcely for a day, attitude, was soon, to all appearancos, //1 is Ordered, That saitl defendant appear and answer -
15th oi he JOHN it CLAYTON.
of the February. was !
and attained be- night Isa-.v them straddling thronb the air, the"aid bill w ithin the time prescribed by law, -
of glory never
height into the merits of the The authorized the laws of
power minister to
deep subject. bound to San Fiancisco. There were no Alas too late to win them otherwise it shall be taken pro confe -o. It is further [Newspapers publish

foro or since, by a British subject. To 63ylhal informed his hearers that he was ono of coals at i hat port for her, as she had only coah I sac them cha c the clouds,aa; if Ordered, That a copy of this order be published the United It States,will publish the above three times]

he was at one and the same time, Treasurer those who shouted, that he believed in sh.ut- enough to take her up, it is a matter cf uncertainty The devil had been in them, in some month newspaper for cine printed the State of Florida j

Chancellor, Prime and Absolute Minis. as to her arrival at Panama on the They were my darling and my pride, once a JOS. B. LANCASTER In Chancery.IN .
big, and advocated it upon principle : it was My bhood's only riches:
ter, is to mention but half' his honors and ofli. 15th March, as was expected. The vessel Farewell! farewell!" I faint*? cried, Key West,March 23,A. D. 18 tO. JtiJe So.Cir.FaTuoa. LEON CIRCUIT COURT.

He became Archbishop the natural way to express the strong pleas cairicdthecoal for her to Mazat'an reached M> breeches I O, iny breeched !" F. KI.NC, Sol. for Corn;*. Thomas Brown r.t. Christopher Williamsdt-orgo

ccs. successively Bishop, urable emotions of the heart ; and if these that port about twelve hours after the California A true copy from (tie minute : E. Dennis, William- Williams James J. Vickers. _
and Cardinal. One year he is the That night I saw them in my dreams; W. C. MALONEY, Otic. Sarah Viewers and William Maner.
emotions be as strong as AVO pretend, is what had left. She proceeded to San Clas to How changed from when 1 knew them April 11. 15 By R. L- HICK. I). C.
the he fills the offico ci virtue of a decree rendered in the above recited e
Pope's legate : next discharge.Mr. The dew had steeped their faded thread*. BY
be of And ho
expected us. thought
may caiHeon the twenty-first day November!.
Vicar General, associated with which was al when people professed lo smother them by Suwcrkrop v.ho} by the way, was Danish I saw The the wind white had and whistled ghastly through rents. then! Plantation for Sale. A. D. ISl in the Circuit Court of the Middle Cir I

the pomp and pof/cr cf the sovereign pontiff, consul at the Sandwich 1-M.inds, left San Where demon claw* hail tore them; rpHE undersigned bein dei tons of moving to the cuit, in and for the County of Leon, in favor of saul

WolBey narrow and artificial mlcs of propriety, that Francisco on the 30h: of January, cu row'cto A hole was in thfir hinder parts, JL Western country; offers his place for sate consiitir. Complainant, and against said Defendants, (the su-
with in l he realms ol Knglar.d. Civilly, 395 ."l I land about "0 acres cleared edeas! herein granted at the of
their eiUlence might be of. acres per application gomeof
i reasonably a mutter San I Itlal. He touched at Santa As If an imp had worn them.
possessed the of a King-eccle&iatfically and in a.hiijh tate of cultivation, and cnder.a good the defendants being by agreement set aside and
doubt. It wasn't natural for men to behave and San JOJP. While at San Bias he received 1 have had many happy years J':or.e. Tl.ereiaon thephceabout 1UU acres nf as removed,) w ill offer at sale,for cash,before

that of a pope. The firit monarchs so cool, when they were in to terrible letters from San Francisco of the 7th of February And tailors kind and clever : good tobacco land as the county can boast of, a tolcrably the Court House door, in the City ot Tallahas/eeTqn

modern limes, Francis I and Charles V, which, by his kindness, gives us forty- Bat these young pantalocns have gene, Jjood divelliasf-tou-ie, tobacco-barn, and alnecesvurv''UtbuilJn Monday, the seventh day of.May nr.rtithin legal
a .ato of excitement and perturbation. Forever and forever.An,1 s, with a pleasant situation, hours : AH ot lot number ore hundred and. eW"
of three da later intelligence) than prcvi-
wre his familiars. Tho highest nobility "Suppose," continued he, by of illustra'icn } any not till fate ha? cot the last cood sprin- of water, t cd summer range for stotkJc. entyflint(1'J,) in the original plan! of tbe CilyW
England, dukes and prinrcs, stood abashed in way ously received from the gold region. Of all my earthly stitches, Any person w.-bjng ti purchace! ; would! do wtll Tallahassee, to be sold to satisfy the sum of three
"that I should conic into this church, Thfse letters arrived at San Bias on the Thisachinj heart hall cease to mourn to call and examine for Umse.', nine iciles south- thousand one hundred and and twenty-six d611ar*

Iris presence. When in the discharge of hh and after taking off my fiat, and wiping my Ifcih of February, in the Chilian schooaor My hived, my Ion-lost: ( breeches. %sest of Quincj. mentioned in said decree of the intercs't.- > &*af'**?

duties he appeared in public, it was with the Jackin Captain Norman. They were des LFXANDTn E. bnEGORY.Gad B. F. WHITNERr
fate, say in a gentle, attempt -den County, Aprl; 14,1W- -
jiarade, and pomp, and splendor of an orients patched by tha house of Joseph Bowder and
and ladies, is I was walking uj the street, 1 the Federal anti-vrnr party to drive General
tlespot. Lords were his servants, bishopi his noticed that Mr. K.'s house fire Co, of San Francisco, to Mr. Suwerkrop. Taylor into a violation of iiii pledges against Court of Probate Leon County. Now Opening *
was on winter
per The latest letter Mates that, after a
attendants, knights aid barons his menials. icinorals by quoting Mr. JcFerson's o- In the matter of the estate > AT CHAMBERS, COME and see a.general assortment of
haps it would be as well if we went over and ofthe grcatcfet tpverily, fine weather had set and '
of Lester Crook, deceased. 5 April 11, ISl'J. Dry staple ,
that the is still continued.-
his influence Henry pinions on subject,
So was haugh-
great informed him in, tlj'j snow hInd begun to melt, and I Jlat, lloiuict,Ilcadj Made Clothing;
out and many
assisted him in putting I But to rdd that Thomas Jelier- ?; the petition of William Bailey, security,
they forget nit
self-will] he Unovni to O Slices a : Knots, Crockery. Glass.
v1icspolie. as was digjjcis had started, and were on the eve of praying That Luke Moore, administrator of said
it out ; -would there not be many who would son had ever made any such !edges as Gen in 1 'eod, \Hlov, and hard Ware.
be, sfcemcd, for a while, a mere autorcatcn in Marling, for the mines to rc-commcnce operations estate may be required to give new security S. F.
doubt the truth oi my statement ?-and why eral Taylor he would have forfeited his life of petitioner, nun defjtilt thfreot that said Moore be BUKXEV.
and that the sales of Lad in consequence
goods ISJ'J11
the hunds efliis minister. April
before he had broken them !-Pcnnsivvahian. removed from said administration, it appearing to
because it wouldn't be
the natural way of begun to increase. that said Luke Moore -
Such was the Cardinal's position when the the satisfaction of this C-nirt: ,
communicating EC alarming a piece oJ Intelligcnce. The firm, Messrs. J. B. & Co. by whom Sirly Ixali Of.-The teif jrnph of yesterday ndrninistratoraforcsaid ot the estate of Letter Crook, List Letters

tjueslion of a eecenJ marriage, began to engage IJut if I the letter was written, had purchased a con admonishes that Collamer resides beyond the limits of the State cf Florida, or in the Post OiEce at Tallahassee,
came rushing in breathless us Judge REMAINING
the attention of- Henry. Hitherto al siderable quantity of gold, on commission, at in the Ea-tern Ciicuit of Florida, or conceals hira- the quarter ending Apriljl4 1tu-.,
with haste, with hair and coat-flaps] flying, through his sub-executioner, Warren, his cut self, so that notice of stud petition cannot be served -
had been There had been no 811,50 ounce but could not purchase another Adams, John Hurt Mr ;
prosperous. per ; olFihe heads of MXty Democrats, Postmasters upon him : It is t'ltrefuie Ordered, That the said

counter currents. Every wave had propelled with tcrrct on my countenance, and shouted parcel at that rate. in thzi4 State, but they arc all at unimpor- Luke Moore, adminiitrator as aforesaid, di appear .Alston Austin,, Col Joseph R W Johnson Head. G,I'G >a*F 2
at the top ot"my voice (hero he raised his The price cf gold had risen, in consequence and answer 'aidpetition within four months from the
tiim further: and] further out into a sea of taut towns. So that the \vojk of Prescription Austin, W W Irwin, JohrmM
date cftbe of this order, or the said
voice till the house ofthe large arrivals ol specie from San Bias!: j publication Atkin Mrs Mary Johnson, J BKinjr.D
which fairly rung ngain) Finn ii to be done, after all the promises and pjtitition he taken for confessed,and the prayer
talents may
glory. Buoyed up by ripcne FinE J/r. is PAt Valparaiso, &c. and which has been placed in pledges to the contrary. Sixty removals in I thereof granted : Prodded That a copy of this order Alford, Handy -

and expanded as his honors thickened around the hands of the merchants at San Francisco .Slat* within few weeks within \>f published one a week for four months, in Atwell, Ann KAtwell Knewlcs..P J
one a a
this instant up jumps the deaf tailor, and nay Miss Emily 1 Key,Council
in the c.f T-tllahawe.
!mnj sustained by commanding virtues, or for investment. few days, the thing must have just begun-is ome newspaper published City I Baldwin! ,John P Landrum, James M
flying down the aisle JAMES E. BROOME,
fecrcurnod "fire / fire.! The whole of Lower California was desr- ofthe bloodiest butcher that Br ant,James W Leetch, W K .
if not by virtues, by vices so splendit an !.ct worthy ever April 14, 112. 15 Judge of Probates. > -
that resembled \irtues '" lie had in a voice that might lure disturbed the repose ted by the men, who had gone North to the live!. J'wing himself, could not have done I Brig;?,. lleaiyRu4 Lee,Lewis *
they supported nd, Mary Ann LockwoodDr Ezekiel
of the seven sleepers in he placer. When Mr. Suvveikrop touched al 1 in short So much for the KEWARD.PF.OCLAMATIuA
himself in defiance cf the hatred ; a twinkling more so a $200 Burfoot, John i> 2 Laffuun, William
was in the street, shouting the alarm. The Cape San Jose he found scarcely any males solemn [""ledges of" the man that never lies." Bryan,RP- Lintbcrger, Ii1ehruBates. -
and envy of all classes and orders. flut there. Henry 2 LavinderRobt'
the days of his greatness and his glory, of his cry was laken up, and from every quarter resounded About seven hundred persons had airircd Bcrton, J JBndbarn 2 Lang Kobf AMynckJohn & 2
"ftrc / fire!" Th hotel and and about R A 2 LocrnisProfhJ rs $ '
otid iiis numbered. market at San Francisco front Valparaiso, Ilubici.-The editor ofthe Mihvaukic Sentinel
|povr pride, were now BradievGeorget ,
bells were rang, the congregations came four hundred from the Sandwich Ilands.-I does not boast of the size of Wisconsin Mrs lihJerMiss, galj -
Too affair of the King's second marriage Bates, Ann
injuring cut of the other churches, ladies were There were about seven thousand in California I babies,' but says ''they are an uncommon Burnham, Miles! 0 Mountain, Jonathan'J'

brought ou a crisis which histalonts, ready to commence operations in the j .nrc crop." wir Baker, R L Maxwell, Mrs Jams.j }

EplcJidid, his arts, his sagacity, his prudence screaming, buckets,hocks, ladders, Arc., were wines the moment the veather would permit. ---- -- -- -- Bradley Mrs Ellen B MackfersonMrs Eti

-still more his devoted zeal in the rervice of seen flying in every direction, and the scene There v/as net many in San Franci Miller, Andrew,James II FMwchie

bis master, could avail him nothing. Interests was shoitly one of the} wildest confusion and were scattered o'rer the country-at Sutler's j In obedience to an Ordinance of the City CocncP WILLIAAl D MOSELEY, Lackburn! Ceo W Morgan,Thomns

terror. Fort, encamped on the placers, &c. .Vc. &c.Housn of Tallahassee. I have the honor herewith to preeut (furernor oj t'lm ulaWHEREAS Luckner,Presley R Maxwell,Richd
the most conflicting, parties the most antagonistic Ulizalt"Byid.A Moore,Leaston
The crowd ran this street aid downthat room was, of course, very scarce ; the Treasurer' First Quarterly Report,showing it has been representttl fomebj rcs- Brjan,
up P \V B -
united us if by agreement, for the t many diggers had ;pitched their tents a- the amount ol disbursements anti receipts of the City citizens of thin State, that oneENticl1 .- -

one object of his overthrow. Anne llullcn but no fire could Ir seen ; and presently round the bay of San Francisco. up to 1st April, instant. SEVER, of Jefferson County, did, on, or Burner Bailey,,F'aa,M VMcGritT. MiltsGeoB, Wm JMills.

was his enemy-(Juecn Catharine was his it was all explained. The laugh was general There were parties of gold seekers in Mazatlan TI10S. J. PERKINS, IntcnJaiit.Cilyof.TallaJtasstezn about county, the first of Leon day ,of upon March the, body commit of a Anthony murder C.inihc Barber, Morgia Wesley K .'

-all joining when the apprehension of a awaiting a passage to Sin Francisco, Hand Ball,Mrs Mary MooreKM
enemy-churchmen feared, statesmen envied W.h1LCIIIs : Butts( K P, Nea!, Wm C .
but could not Those that had Tuc account tcith GEO. Now I, WILLIAM D. our.ty,
conflagration had been dissipated but the get any. gone up THEnEmr.r .
/urn : left naked by his King, \Yolseyfettdied poor paid S20C in the cabin and 6 0 in the steer- Tna .,fur the tuorlir ciiJlnz ltt Governor of the state cf Florida, b\ virtue of the Bilbo, John Jtihr. "ew3imb, Capt f
tailor who the Barlow, Overman, Miss Marv*
finding village ho had -
fired JIarcA.l&l'J. nested the laws of aid State,do
in disgrace tJn ago-.distance l.V: o iHIes. authority in me by Bowen, Doctor threas I
hot for his comfort 1510 Dr.Toamt hereby offer two hundred dollars reward for the ap-
most too suddenly left for The of had become Eostwick, r.. Oake's/Philip F
tuch afahl-in fall from price provisions more
a so lofty an prehcnsionof said Sever, and his sate delivery (ethic
hire tndate C3 10
> ,
n Rend Dr JS 2 Barton
other paidtot pro Pope, C
tnhrsnccasthsi to which NVolscy and Napoleon pails. j\ moderate. On the 30th cf January, flour in Re'ursun; Corp'n Cart, i 12 Sheriil of the said county cf Leon. Bythewood,Dr Jos F 2 Parsons. Jo* H 4.

parcels was belling at 810() per barrel ; by ., LirntHf, 4 25forboardof Itrm.-The said ENOCH SEVER is a tont, we!! Blake, J\i>ua 2 Prevail, Pre Iy
I ascended there is
something svllimcJyTrrriWc built about si.\i: feet high, rather pale looking,
Attention loan
Gflice-Eegsars! the single barrel at 810. I'oik was dull at 1 necroc3.c.f, .Jl15 CorbctTJBCostin Pope t.CoPl.elps.
/ The mind overwhelmed, falls back CoRlin.-horse-fccd, fee., b 42 and has light hair. ,Samuel Rev Mr
the 30 ha rrci. Salt best sound,could scarcely
During press public business attcnd- per In witness whereof, I have hereunto set .
I' 0-J! 5'J
Mmbdl' .
upon itself, al the eight of the wreck of so much i lug the commencement of a new administration be sold. No one would give 11 per barrel do.COKW salary ou : 9lS.-10, 673 [SEAL.] my hand ard caused the great seal of Chandiey Cameron, Job Patrick I'oolLindsay, Micajah.

greatnets. In spite of ourselves, our cympa- the Secretary of the Interior has been for it. 4. CL-rk and Treas. salary, GO 00 the State to be afl'iKtd, this 3d day of Cairuck, Fred Page, WQPajnc

Shies arc_ moved, our feelings stirred from called upon to organize the Home Department A :arge amount of gold was daily expectedfour 'I da. Coras on Licenses, 3 (00 April,WILLIAM A. I)., IS 19.D. MOSELEY, Cellier, MrChatman Francis, .1

of the Government and the cargoes from China ; two of Theo Roberts Miss Martha :1
better cargoes .
We be ; to the Governor Governor of Florida.A.
their lowest depths. may convinced 250 CGlalancc By : M
Christian,Miss Martha S Rating, John
enable him to do the F.nglU',1 goods frurn Sydney, New South Stale.
to, Secretary of State ; C3 27 E. MAXWELL, Secretary f Cbesbrough, G 41 Reding,JoelRobcrson
bad know
that they were men-we 1
may has, until this period, taken charge of all applications Wales! ; pevcnteen vessels from Valparaiso! 313.03 Carrel, Jesse Mr* Sally

talents which should have blessed, were \viel- relating to the offices of Marshals and the West coat of Mexico ; and several Jam 1. Cr. Notice. Collins, David J Roberts, Richd .

tied only to desolate the world-that the foundaticn and District AUoineys. The organization of vessels from Tahiti. Itj cash on hand this day, 20 52 S- IX:;: D ntru) afier (LieI shall apply to the lion. Cooper Charles JI Reives, Mrs Rebecca
the Home There had been no arrivals from the United KccMonacl.Taxes 1513 1GS -10 Judge of probate for the county of JefTer-on, for Con ual!,John Rankin, Rich i '
of their greatness was injustice-that Department now enables the l-'x- a' Fines "<:* & letters dUmissirn as administratrix de boni* non Clake, Jesse M Richardsonap ; r

to x Indicate their deeds would make us ccutive to relieve the State Department of States. The sloop of war St. Mary was '. 4' I. Shows 15 00 with the will annexec?, of Jeremiah Johnson, late of Carter, Miss SopltireCuthbert Rank in'rth c;
participants these applications, ahd Ill future all rccommendations the only naticnal vessel at San Francisco.It .' I. Licenses, 75 CO said county,doceasd.WAKY S. JOllKSON.! Miss Alice Riddle.eddij

in their crimes ;-yd there is, and relating to the appointments of appears that, notwithstanding the many $3t3.53 Jefferson CountyApril 7ih, 1S3 H CabeLlJr jt: c Rali; 5 ib

will be, a weak point in our nature which all Marshal* and District) Attorneys must be made reports to the contrary, the United States To Bahnee, (T3 27. Deshorgh, Louis RichrdsSte1h z
G. W. HUTCIIINS, O1TXA IXSUKAXCC ( ()M 1'.i V. DeianejErastus RDamilly RoThos W .
this cannot fortify. Philosophers may lecture to the Home Department, to which al! the past store-ship Lexington did not sail from San April 14, H10. City Treasurer. HARTFORD, CONN. Mrs.M LDaw 2 R*'evcs, Isaac *l 2

moralists declaim against the sinfulness applications for such offices are now trans Francisco for th United States, till the kins, K 11 lloach.SJ W .
; may ferred.-jYa/. Intelligencer. 25th of January. She had S lOO.UUO( in gold MARRIED, HE undersigned having lately been appointed Dane'y, Shaun,J.Lt :

of our admiration and the blindness of on board. At Lake Bradfordon Thursday evening, 1th inst., T their agei. in this vicinity, will insure Buildings Ellis/Uw.U-rhill 2 t Spacer., R M.Shippej.JM
lock the rortals of and Stocks ? .,aia t toss by fire on thv mo-t lavoraMe I.IvaTlr, Robert -
our sympathy j-we ma up >
) California Gold.-We understand that The largest lump that Mr. S. has seen, by the Rev. Francis II. RutleJSc, JOHN B. KLCNto terms. Perons 'ho.wih to rcne\v their in- i Forward. W A Simpson j GeoVS
the heart and chain with iron the affections three largo dcposites of gold dust and scales weighed fourteen lie knew of Fennel,
; ounces. a ELIZABETH! A TATUM.allof this County. surance with this Company can do so on application 2 Srott, Sir* DeU t-

human nature nlds against reason-the fiom the Pacific were made at the I.'. S. Mint piece that weighed, with the dirt, about Near Gad-sJen County, on the 5th inst., ( to R. B. POST. ,Henry SprovlMissSamah El ciFricrson.
in this This 1 Tallahassee, April 7th. is t9. J--tt 1> Dj'u L S.in1sen, i.ews; T
city, on Saturday. is Mibstantial sixty otnncet which had been sold for
heartbreaks ofT its fetters in ddiince of of! Tpllalufsce Felton
our. l b) the RevJUr. Harris, Mr. J. ATKINSON, NFletcher Scmpson, Win
evidence that the has Gold it contained about that much
gold come. coins thirty ounces, -
Bclvcs, their talents cxlort from us fur admira- and \Iis3 TACITHA A.N.V, eldest da'iphtcr cf WHITE SPRING, Seyn-t Scott,Isaac
of the new denominations will be is&ucd of gold. Finley.JJFedrick
as pure 2 Smith, Win F
lion whSls they arc successful! -tlcir miser- soon as the necessary arrangements can be The wast iii the gold obtained in the dry Jesse and Mcrgaret %William, of GatUden County. HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA. JFeanycr A Smith, Lyman -

ics wring from us our sympathy whin they are completed in the mint.-Phil. Pcnn. diggings would not average two per cent O.y ThtiMay, 2Uth March, by Tl-wriirc Hin on lIE undersigned respectfully inform the publ f'cdrick Smith, Richdt
while that of the would Mr. ITTNAa'cKVAP; to Miss MARY McRAE T that they hare leased this *?rii for a te.-m of letch-..,, Christopher C Smith, Paliiok
uclbrtunate. I admit that such tytipathy betrays A Whale, measuring 20 feel in length, wet gold average from years. The mineral properties nt the water are so orilSR .- 2 Smith.John ilG

weakness-that the conscience does not drifted ashore on the farm Kobcrl S. Chaco, -i to3JS per ccitt. all. of. fiad-iien County.--'----- generally knovrn that it u needless lo say anything on, Robert 1: Shea,Mrs .
The baik Undine, lately wrecked near the that subject.To P nen John Singleton, C.F JGroover
fauction, tor even the judgment Approve it : Fl.: | at Coddington's Cove, yesterday, and Straits of Magellan, and sold at Varpariso for OBITUARY. on t hose afflicted wit h Rhcunct isci,Scrofliila,Dis- EIrira Si moiUy Aibrt (IGonekcc
was unable to extricate itself from its Lnipcas.ant DnrAuxcrt tiis life on the 3J inst, at the residence and the thousand ills \viijcn inortal are heir T4rsLucy Ann mitbMarshall
but pcpsia 4
weakness though it it is lhof < weakness, $12,000()(), and aflcrvards at San Francisco
position. Several yoke of oicn were attached of Rev. 'VTilliara Neil, JOHN P. WALLACE, U, we would respcctlulty suggest that they try :,fj Griroep, Wni Simpson, Th"oma*
; the better part dour nature, thX" weakness to the monster of the ahd it for 21,000, had gone to the Columbia river, virtues-bchetinR frrm its many almost miracpjous Gnsseti C W Spencer, Smuet
sea, was New York.
M. }) of DrooLlyn
but was daily expected back. On her its al'o! will bo Germany, Eleanor Smith, Hannah !
>f cures effected by use that they simi-
fellow-feeling] the weakness humanity drawn high and dry. It estimated that search of health
q up u in 1.
lr. Wallace .
' return she would proceed to China. canie among la h benefited. And we say to all who \'lSj, (this Gponer.MrGLent 7alorJqhrS '
ill the best sense of the word-all as such I the whale will make five or six barrels of oil. Afl'airs in California werdj taking and although a stranger, yet by the urbanity ol hU Spring, that in the event that they are no', bentfittcd Niir.rodGunnel Thotnas.'RicbaTu'iiciA 4

aralolhto wish it out of cxUtcnlc.-Despot The flukes and fins may be seen on Hull's into consideration everything manners and hi4 intelligence, he secured not only alter a fair! there will be no charge for boaru. JohnHartridge > B I
w harf.-Ncicport jVczrj Saturday. quite peaceable. The seckersofpleaslirewiU Tiere fi,id a delightful I Ur S Tant, Mrs Martha A-* ,
though that great nun may have fccn ; in dis- None oldie Oregon gold had been seen in tho sympathy of acquaintance but the kindness of place to while away their tirae. Havey, Asa.Hollauo .. Taylof;W W -* 4 S

Position, if please, tranica5mplacable!| Governor: of Arkansas.-The Whig paper California. There were still reports that friends. lie ras a member cf the Pre/aytemn The Hotel having heen renovated, and the rooms Henry. .D Venablc, Mrs A
you .4
received yesterday from Arkansas con. gold had been discovered in that territory. Church, and! continued to rlyupon 'he! merit of the made comfortable and urplia) with new ftrniture, HantUttn.J .1 VatcrsonJht, ,.
eelGsli and cruel, lo a degree uu jorthy a civ.ilizcd togi\e general satisfaction. lIaminIonNathaniel Weekly, Alary -
The we-hope
cede the election of Colonel Hoanc, the democratic The gold that wits in the hands of the merchants Stviourarnlindulgethe hope of the Christian. arranzements for Hale, Benjamin Wilber.Charfel .
&c, such -
supplies ,arc as to '
age-and any thing else rny be added, candidate but have San Francisco held for writer of this brief notice enjoyed the privilege of Hoocker. C ''al: 1*
we seen a private at was the enable us to keep as good a table aa can be tound in ptHouck Ward, B II

iflLe language furnish harsher jiithcts than letter, postmarked at Napoleon, the 'Jfiih, purpose of making remittance by the steamship religious intercourse with our departed friend and the South. John White, tf j

Ibcsc-yet, I envy not the mat shio can go which says that Wilson, the whig candidate, California or to!take! advantage ofthe mar brother,and wilt long remember the interest manie The stable will be provided with provender Heianer Harris, John John K Wiht, m'.j
is elected. This result would both him dwelt the love ot the Saviour that the country aCords, ana with attentive ., :'
with Napoleon from Toulon to Vaterloo, who surprise ket. There were many persons waiting for ted by as we upon ostlers. Huddlcsfon.P W 'yg

can become sJi remarkable parties, but nil admit that neither party turned the California, lo take passage in her to Pan and united our hearts at alhroneof grace. His Passengers from Tallahassee and Jacksonville will Hollznd, John ', uh1airiIts I

acquainted with 1 out in its strength. ama. end was peace. "Dlessed are the dead which die in meet with no inconvenience in getting from Alligator HoIlin Tvoitb,.Wm T Vhitton ,;,, furt '
events, be thrilled by the cxci/tncnt/ of the the Lord." KJ3 to the Spring, as arradgeineiita will Lc made to I lor font. Sandford ii \Vttnpg -
03: The Whigs say that the Democrats The British ship of war Calypso was at bring then without any delay.Board 1f.uh1MrwL'.irbai VulersIk.n! ]

ever shifting scenes, be awed y a sense of have proscribed them for more than twenty Mazatlan, to leave soon for England. She = ( Tiic friends of JCS3U M. ROBERTSON, will be moderate.! Henry, l'reeInjt, Williams,James.

his power, owjMrl&lmcd by a pse of his gc. jcars. Not so. The Whig leaders have would take away over, $2,000,000{ in specie. ancouacc him as a suitable candidate for Justice of SAM BUFFINGTON Jr. hunter Marv : Ware, Mr .
tiLls, witness his glory his triumphs been proscribing ihcir since the Of this there were over five thousand ouraeofCaifortiia for Leon CHARLES U. RYAN. WiHiaSrton* Elbeit .i I
mingle country every the Peace of the Second ,Juatices District, April 7,1S19. !- -twlainSni I R J WxiJdfruilfred;
: and b j deafened by hisap1ilat ,niid then sec tcarttf J812 ; and for this the people Kept grid, and of this one thousand County. MANY VOTERS. llart.J.iui11.5.L IVI)4on) I) F .. I

him them out of power. Their very last act ounces bdongdd to l Mr. Siikcrkrop. The For New, York.rpHEregular Hav\es, lr r: Jihu* ti

lailicdby the cords oft ddra my to a barren was a movement in favor of Mexico and a. reason he put, it on board the G. was that TjrJWE are authorised, and requested to announce t : .. r"fckct lirig tUCY,I Hosincr 1 odsonTlioa[[ ,, J1 Young, C C i
master :
t0CICthereIo out antis able existence, gainst their own country. Such men pros he could not find a convcjance for it direct to RICHARD T. BIRCHKTT! }sq., as a candidate fur X will sail as above. For frei bt or passage. up.,. 1!euder'.nm,M Ijg roline y '

without topping one tear dU sympathy over cribe themselves by proscribing their count the United State Those who think it strange the utllc of Judje of 1'rubate Sir Leon County, at pl'"> to JOHN DEN11AM.Mrcli : ';itl l'ersonsralhing I please saw they arc for aJverlisfil.any cit |the{ taot (f(

faflct that the gold dies nut teach this country in the ckctiouiif*! Monday in MJV uie. Nev1e: 31. !Icit>. I"
rn R. 1J. HL t ry.-Pcnn syhan tat: yji i



I I &.-- c 1wt r --"IIL.A. .4..d. .
., 4. U J tb.- : I -e- =--r
-' ., I.aTb ,. _t, In Chancery* ; In Gadsden, Circuit Court
.A.- 1 -.- SEND'B

t.iiO. \> IIU TU1ILNS PROCLAITION. LEWIS &, XMES' Drug Store a fresh iupplv DEN CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas F, Martin,

AUCTIONEER AT New and Valuable Medicines-among whichare The most extraordinary aiedlcluc In the tt'orJJ. The Branch of the Bank of the M. ( Attachment Bond for fiioa so.

I the folbwing: State Alabama, Cotnpl't., Arch. B. McDoogald. $ ia *WO.

T.tLL.1IUSSEC, FL.J.Ht.FER DR.SPENCtR'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE t*. THE,defendant and all other persons intrrenttd

TO BITTERS., Benjamin C.WestSheriffofOads- hereby notified of the institution cf the

Designed for, and trill cure Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint den County and tz. ffit o adinr. Bill to forecloseon above suit by attachment and are rwjnired to IJPnr
Mcitrt. II. Fo>r, J. W. ARGTLV. D C. WII.MJX, Piles, Scrofula, Jaundicc-and all kindred the Estate of James Innerar- f "Mortgage. and plead to the declaration filed therein within the
and J. T. .\RCJln.
F. H. FtAGO.T. HoofcON diseases resulting from disordered stomach or impure ity dec'd., John Innerarity .. time prescribed by law.

March 10, Il9. 10 state of bloo.Dn. : William P. Innerarity.Santiago Dated January 29th A. D. 1849.

in Jefferson Co. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, Innerarity.Lew is W. Minor and JOHN ERSKI: .

Bale of Lands Flic safest, most dfoctual l, and pleasant preparation Heloise Minor, Defendant. J PlaintifT'a Attorney.

IN1 pursuance md by mine of an order and decree before the [public, fur the eradication of Voss, in TT BEING MADE APPEAR by ri davit filed PebruarylO,1549. 6 3ra
I he Honorable Judge l : in and for the I Adults.HULL'S. resides beyond .
Children or I in this cause, that John F. Innerarity -
of! Jefferson" I will to public sale, a.tItSctifln. HV THE COVtHNOB or STATE OF FLORID LOZENGES. SIMON ? ". .
county expose } TIE COUGH the limits of the Stale of Florida to wit,in the : MABIANO D.
before t the Court.I Touic door, Monticello, is required by law that antl.c. Consumption and CURE ca e ol
WHEREAS. I FRF-VENT al State Alabama; that William P. Innerarily resides TOWLE & PAPY
.n the tirit :Monday in May ncxt, Ueinjr the 7th day : in this Slate on the first Colds A"thma,Spitting ol Blood, Pains the Side. out of the Middle Circuit of Florida to wit, in ,
said month aU" the right, title and intei,l..t t of of Public Lands, to hold Com Attorneys and Connscllon! at law
of in May next, '01 a RcqUtcr Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary the City of- Pensacola the Stale Florida ; tbat ,
James Sloan. Ute of said county, deceased, of, in until the Crut of October, IbW) ; aUo, for .
Monday phi)" Santiago lunerarity resides beyond the :limits of the formed an association for the Practice
and to t the follow ins lands 1 lung and twins in said Judges of Piobatc for the pc\eral Counties, to hold 1, -A.u'fl- E.rtract it in quart bottles: it u sixtimes State of Florida,to wit. in the Island of Cuba ; that HAVING, will attend the several Courts of the
cl Justi This put
Office up
count, known and designated! in the Land first Monday of Octo" r. ISSJ ,and for DR. FEVER AND AGUE PILL'?,
till HULLS and tcarntnted superior Lewis W. Minor and Heloue Minor reside beyond Middle Circuit of Florida and in the District Courtof
the United States at Tallahassee "s follows to wits t }) for't3th Distiict i in t he sneral Counties S"f,'. Certain Effectual CureforFeierand cheaper pleasanter
Ct8 ht e&ct Well a: ant sold. It cures dheate without rornitjngpurg&1iSSCkCIiiflg the limits ol the State of Florida to witin the State the U. S at Tallahassee. AU business entrusted
third of to
hundred .i i ix acres and one I an acre to hold lor two years, (all of said officeis to continue and! Intermittent any
I \ ,
Ole their will receive
ant of elected 'oh"tl Chi debilit'llil'g tli t patient. i of Virginia : It is therefore Ordered, That the to care prompt attention.
the Sout hem part- or portion in office; till their sur.cessors bhall be
more or less, being and allother Fevers. Sittnty-Jive the
Tt/lcnit defendants do and the bill in
( said named answer COOffice Capitol.
two, of this Sarsa- appear
clc\ township and
ion en in superiority
the N W quarter of s* and qualified:) ISox.The great beauty
Eat said tract commonfingtwo election per THE medicine is that whilet of complaint filed therein, within the times limitedto February, IS-I9. 7
five North and HtHKHvOnnmrp, That the overall other ,
of range sid aho>c MeJicino flesh and pcruine. are for : is said John
hundred and nincty-thice and one-third be held throughout the Slateaccording to 1w.ut! : LEWIS t eradicates the disease it invigorate* the body. It : them respectively that to say-the L
sale by &UIS.Talhlsote. W. Minorand Heloise Minor 200 Sacks Salt.
the northern I lineofeaid tract, and uid and Summer medicinesever F. InnciarityLewis
yards South, Irom iheoflictTi ttlioe duty it I to older : i is one of the very best Spring
ronninc to the Southern line of the nan.e. will take notice tl rCr For certificate? of tnd J'a.information known ; it not only purifies the whole system within the period of four months from the date of RECEIVED per Brig Wacissa. For sale by

Conditions. CASH-titles at the expense of the i Witness m.v', the great of the State concerning rpmment1tilln.(Ih. ht"e *," .e future and strengthens person, but it creates new, pure the first publication of this order; the said WilliamP. JOHN DENHAM.

purchaser. given at the Capitol, this Olt day of January adverti-'ementu, and pamphletsLiclimay! b obtained and! rich blood; a power possessed by no other med. Innerarity within the period of two month ; and Newport Feb. 24, 1S49. SKOS1IAI
TUcKIn: ( secret of its wonderful the said Santiago Innerarity within the period of six i .-
J.\\I- I'EAL 3 A. D. 1M9, and ot (I.e Independence of the A < nts. iciue. And in this lies the grand
and txoffieioAdministrator the last t twoyears months, or in default thereof the said bill of complaint 9 est A. ,
the 01
Shcriflfof JdTtraol County) of the I'nited States! year. March IS, IsH. 35 succe-". It ha? pl'rfurmed'ithin njq .i
ot t said deceased. : _. be taken as confessed by the said defendants : *
WM. D. JIO.SELEY (;ortrnor. ---- ----- ---------- --- ---- more than 5O.OOO cures of sieiere cases ol may 0 'a

March 3ht,15. 01-13 Attest : Drugs, .Medicines, &c. disease; at least O,(((( were considered incurable. at and after the several periods limited to ')llta eqj C! jot oj

.- A. I:.. MAXWELL, Secretary rf State. It has aced the lives of more thin ,OOO childrenthe them respectively in this order. Providedthat this P)2Joqln! jfjnp ano jtq ao paJI1J aq 'psgi di aWIJ

Jefferson Circuit Court. January 2U.( 1-43. : 2m I EDWARD 15ARNARD, JR., ps.t season in the city of New York alone. order be published once a week for the term of four ati Jaue; "HIM! 'aoijoa! siqj! pj7 ,jsip! oqi aioqxts'juifnq

William i de' 1 CHANCERY.: ---- rcceacd, by the late JpriulrCsh *, a More than months and at the expiration of the said term of )U383Jd t\n!\ cnuijuoj! \urtq! ajqtpue

non n.ieY.ldmr. : Liverpool Salt.RECEIVED addition to his stock af GEN 3/OO ca'e? of Chronic Rheumatism ; four months, then continuously once month for -U9 snqitp HCD; ut.v\ ;;o jeqj jnq 'Kuo A"q pn2lJ
bOil Dcla. Di (or Relief-For K( of Dyspepsia the term of two months, in a newspaper published -*!l aq pu HAI; 3iou s.q: ; lit ijstu .c1aa33us ;
jny dec.: Comp. .. t uside 1 per Schooner Lucy Blake, COU Sacks I DRUGS) : AND IDICmtS, all 01 Vf Oi J cases ; .H
] I within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida. ,
ofand-to OfltJ General Debility and want of Energy; a.AlaAT2aada1 '
r?. Salt. For sale by are of good Duality lflfoy Canh! -I, c.tses
Henry DocgHt( and Da. Conveyance, JOHN DILnl i> : general assortment of the iu.llow- 7,000 case of the c1itl fl'nt Female complaints ; THOMAS DAL TZELL. tatll sjunoat 9tj1 '.'ue jo qlOt

Tjd Defti. 31st March JS4. \\7.i\ 2,000cacsol Scrofula! ; February 20. A. D. 1"49. Judge.C. all) q 'ju\d! pue 2Ultva! q pmudlnt! ; t paal ,
Daron' Newpnrt __ _ genuine
__ H.'DcPoNT, Sol. for Compl't.A .
appearing to ihe catitfaction of Court b .' 1 RciwaaJ's Improved Toiic Mix 1,500' cases of Liver Complaint ; 06 'St. pUt USI JOJ !iUUJJ U! nae oq.'SJ3WOJ T
J. afluljvit; wade in this cause that the said defendants ) For New York. '. of \Vild Cherry, IrJrtth't 2,.'>CK: ca-jps cf Diseases of I lie Kidneys and Dropsy; true copy : ,n, SILl! uo "He: .'llnJPlr3J .Dour J"qJJ'qn'3HUJ!
I. R. HARRIS Clerk Gahden Circuit Court.
u-Mde out of the State of Florida, beyond the 'I'IIE regular Packet Schooner COMMODOIUL Celebrated (;Cathartic 2.0OO cases of the Gra: el ; dI3H dIalI 7 dI3H
R. C. LFITEH Clerk.
jurisdiction of this Court, bul in the United;' States : EARNED, Paine, master will sail .-.s above Worm, ('ough, :and) Dinner Lofconjjes Kunpland's 1,000 cases of the Yllow Jaundice; By Deputy

It it Ordered, That the aid dcfendai: Jirnry Dogjett l For freight, 31'pi' to JOHN DENHAM.Ncwpoit 1 Celebrated Fever and! .\ZI" )('llmcdy, Liitrenia Cordial Iioucassof the Dropsy ; March 3, 154:. 9-Cm Flour &c.

and Da id Barrow do appear and answer the 3lst March 1 51 J'J. 13 Thompson's I E Water", McMunns' Elixir: of Opium' S.OOO( casw of the Consumption, Bagging Rope and Salt. ,
of CompUint filed in tins came ithin Irur ----- !Sindf: SaMaparilli. TumerV, Fever and :1e Pills. And I thousands of ca-ios If l diseases of I th* blood, viz: RECEIVED per Schooner Randall Marshall

Bil from the dole of the publiraJii.n cf thi* order UNITED 'ST'.TES----I I. Tylei'a ditto (;I'l'donIJillious' and AnlilhspeptirPil's ) Ulcer: Erysipelas, Salt! Rheum, Pimples 0:1: the T) ECEIVED per Eric Ocilla and other vessels, planting Potatoes

nth, the aid Bill will he taken far confisrcd Wholesale Clothing \ '! Hock with'* Anli-D>peptic PilU, Pelers' andrt'ncer's Face, Scald Head, Ten'rl'ural i.,, S-C..C., togethcr .Ioo pieces Bagging, 1C superfine Flour

against( them ,d it it further Ordered, That publication alehousc. Pills, and i is Agent for S. P. Town..enti' wiih numerous ca
of this order' be Dad! in tonic new paper I LE\vTs celebrated Sarsaparilla. in quart bottles, at $1 per I the S'ulc and t'hc t, Spinal Affections, &c. &c. COO sacks Liverpool Salt for ile by JOHN DENHAtf.

pubjishtd atTallahss-'ce, once a wctk for tl.e space &. HANFORD, bottle. Also, superior l.t-mou Syrup prepared (from This is the most successful medicine known in JOHN DENHAM.Newport Newport, January 20, 1S4. 3

of four months.I I No. 232 \!i5 6 lcirl Strcrf. p'1 iie Citric or l.flllOllr id, tar ;tireleraMo; lor I he diseases of t the Kidneys and Drop-y,and all 1 aflectiom November ig, Is-I?. 1 H

I certify the abn'e to lie a true copy from the, n-c- 1 (a"twCiU. and Burling Slip) sick or ordinary use than that usually sold London of the Urinary Orgiin. Several thousand cases have Pickled Mullet. Blacks mlthing.

crds of Jefferson Circuit (,urr. Poilcr, .c., 'c. been reported as cured! when all other remedies have GOOD, substantial), and cheap Blaclcjtuithlnj! of

C G. FIFE, Clerk. xnw:: rOlUiI June 10,.ISJs.: _47 failed. u.FRPFLS No. 1 PICKLED: MULLET of kinds done at the Shop near mv Stable 0-.
March : 1S1. 13 M.\\ 0: JtAWD THE UnGr.fT ASSOI111IESTCLOTIIIXG -- --- -- -- -- -- I Hundreds of ca-c* of Fits' and Nervous Diseases ,u the first catch and in fine order. cupied last year by Miller .V Brokaw.

) For New York. .I originating in Debility lavbeen entirely cured.and For sale low by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. January 20. 1S19. 3 A. A. FISHElt

Notice. IN THK t tiou! .andof caws of Dysentery. Diartho: :and Suraracr Newport November 25, 1545. 19

Month! after date, I shall applj to the lion. UNITED I I STATES.Adapted Ct mp1aint.C.UTIO Tobaccos. LEWIS &. AMES, ,
SIX to the uJhern and Southwestern ;
in and for Leon 1
& ol ttU County -- (,- took out for Imitation*.-Unprincipled persons FULL supply manufactured TO 3etOfljUt received DEALERS
for my discharge e from the admini"lrruhbi1) upon I the article ofMIIUTS I have copied our labels and put up medicine in A and fur sale by DRUGS. MEDICINES PAINTS OILS. 01

the goods, chattels, and estate of "homa Knight, THE' REGULAR; LINE or PACKETS b tneer the same: shaped bottlo Sec that each Bottle has Mc AlTGHT t ORMOND.Newport. Toilel Articles it.
AM> Perfnniery
Jecea od. RODEnT ; UK.1WE1C.S WlnJow Glass
- nU1unJm'r. \ York and St Mdiks and Newport, wili! the written signature of S. P. TOWNSEND.N. March 10. 1549. 10
March 24,1S40. 12- We keep an endless varitty.Alto commence running at t the opening cf the fall trade, B.-Person* inquiring; for this medicine shoulJ '-- --- PAINTERS' BRUSHES AND COLORS,
r -- THE MOlT tXTFNHVE VAMTACTB. (rOIL and continue thruUK'.uut the elititeycar, viz: not be induced to t take any other. Ir'igists! put uj Leon CountyTAX Apothecaries'HE above Glass Ware, Ac.

Notice. CLOTHING Brig ARC: A LLA, Jcuel l\n' )Master SarsaparilIa ,and of course prefer selling their 0'\11. COLLECTOR'S SALE. rp JL lowest market constantly on hand,and for sale at th*

Months after date, I 111:1) apply' to the Hon. OCI Lt.Trim., do. others hare 1)urehaQed put up in smill botllt, prices.
'SIX virtue of the vested in law I
me by
AND I power LEWIS & A: IES.
e of Probate .'JI' \of Jefferson for LUCY "-) mt'r. do. and bp>';,use they make greater profit, recommend BY
c v i; i: n HATSIn have levied and shall expose for sale before Tallahassee November 20.1S47.
: upon is ,
.latters of di. ion F.xecutoi of Esther Kornc- ( SIMVANNEE Clark do.
mi ( )
l for Dr.
new. deceived
!! a the World. tlH.rri-do net be hy anj-inquire the Court I House doer,in the city of Tallahassee, t,
kiy.late of'aidCount. deceased.JOSHUA .\, IVrry. do. (new.)
of hll kind Townsend'ii, and take no other. fir J the following MILLER &. BROKAW'SLivery
the next,
Plain tnd Faihioaable Clothing, s.LEWIS on MondayinMay ((1819.) -
SVnr. Executor. These built in
TAYLOR Brig arc the most ilub-lantiaI1Tltl1.; Office l'2Fulton; st.Sun Building: N
much thereof will '
,March 21, IS 10. 12-Cm .\1. a32 c 1\FOHD. St. Tier expressly for tiiis trade! and commanded by Y.. 10> South Pearl .tre>t, Albany, and for sal. by pay the State property and County or Tstes no due thereon II for the f & Sale! Stable, I
I &Z:1 lrrl careful : ndexpeicice.K'aptjinFicight: and passage all the principal Drujrgi i..I'I t Merchants generally
December C3 1 t g. 23ij.tiici lS-15to wit
Notice.FOUR I .__ at the lowest rate. AtrfntsCOE throughout the United States, Wet t Indies :and the year : of TALLAHASSEE fLORISA.THE _
-- land in the Leon ;
-- -
weeks from date, the wi'l' ; ; : : is Mail whom ANDERSON: & CO.. Canada That body or lying County subscribers! have: moved up to their fire-prccf
un.Idtlgned lunrny GI'IS bounded North by the line of demarcation, West by
to the Hon. Court of Leon I. I'i it may concern, I han. thi. day fled in I 10 Heaver street, New Yoik. A tre h supply of the above \aluabled! medicine the Oclockonee River, South by Wakulla County I Stables and take this opportunity to in*

County, ior an order setting off her Dower in the the Clerk's Ollke (1 the Circuit Court for cOln. JOHN DENHAM, i\l.i received and for sale whore ale and! retail by aid East by the St. Marks River.known as Forbes' form their friends and the public generally cf th.

Estate of her late husbandVllian Hu, he., deceased. .I j ty \r Jeffeison. Middle Circuit! of the State of }Flori McNAUGHT: .t ORMOND.Newport.. EDWARD: BARNARD. Jr. i Purchase," and purporting to belong to the Apalachicola fact. Being thanklul for the liberal patronage they

'JACHAM1GRAHAM. ,I Ii a petition in behalf of Andrew J. Monre in right D. LAlJD. Newport.NnvvmSer Land have heretofore received, they solicit a continuance: }"
March :., ISHt 12-4w j]I I his wife, Hache Ann Moore. one t.fthc heiri" at _Newport___August___12,.ist.._ ___.__4 ___
iV of : .., : l'olcn I late of said County, decea Gunny Cloth. j jA STATE--- : OF FLORIDA- ---- N E 1. Sec 19, T 2, R 2, S and E., owner unknown.E for them.the accommodation Theii Stables ot those who DIV patronis 'J
Notice.FOUR I I who died t the petition: of the Real : and are situated on Washington
: 0 &SW 4, Sec 25T 1 lR 1. N W.owner un-
weeks after date, the undersipxd: will property and slaves of the estate of the said SMALL supply, EXTRA HEAVY, ap. ,I!. Folsom deceased! and that I will .hcne-I ..ML peeled, (or sale I G.hdcn Co. Fall .. IS IS. for comfort and convenience they cannot b. nupa -
to the Hon.! Cou-t Probate for Leon County zcr apply byMrNAlTHT --- .J.m, i lot No. 19C', lying and being in old plan cityof .
for permicbion to tell the Real Estate: of the late I Court on the Third Monday in JUDC next tor the ap. |. & ORMOND. CHANCERY: ) William H. Armisteadand: John : Tall1ha3'1ee, owner unknown.Lot "ed by any Stable in the Southern countrv.
Newport NovfmWr 1 1", 15 JS. 18'o. November
William S. Theu, for tlUtnbution among hi. hcirk pointintnt of Coinmi'-hioticrs to make partition of I I ___ ___ _______-___ R. Armistcad, Camps. No. 2, frac sec 13 ; l lots 1 and 2, fnc se 23 : IS, 1545. 15

the tame not btinc susceptible of division.WILLIAM said estate according to !av. :foltil.dl.trch 3, Gulsdeii < Ta\ Collectors Stile. I and section 21 ; W i, and N E 4 of Sec 25. and lots No. 1

I ALDERMAN, Adm'r. 1M?!. THOS. lm. Y \irtueoftbepo\Mr\rstod i in rue by law, I Allen F. Spooner 5t Matilda 1, V, 31, 5, 6, and 7, of Sec. 20, in Township 2, N In Leon Circuit Court.

!.hrdl i 21, I--. 1 .' -.h\ Solcitl for I' .11, shall espse for Sale fr.r Cash,before the Court Bet f"tea W. his wife, & John E. Johnson uf R 1V.., containing 2131 acres, purporting to be- SPRING TF.R1S4?. r
March 10.1540. 1 3. & William R. A. Johnson I lonc to Albert A. Pickett and'John H. Gindrat. Thoustm
I forl
Lnmpkin Agent
House door, in the t>>'% n ot c Quincy, on Muutlalie(
For Sale. -----------J ICtli day uf April rext, the following Jccsribti] property the lat named defendant VofNW4 ofSecl7'fl, R 1. Sand E, be- Robert Lumpkin I Atf3d.r.nt.!

\ FIRST RATE NEGRO MAN, about twenty.X or so in'icii iht.-cof is will JMV t'n! State tndCoiinty being a minor, Defendants. longing to estate of A. Brandon, for taxes due for i n fDeM c900- l"I'j

./ two nrl of age-field hund-b MARCH SIM.. .\. D. :h>:o. I tsxpit'rje thcieor. for th. bear lS4b : J years IS-15, 1 111, and 1V3.Serticn i William S. Carpenter. J Damages SlWa |
JT aapeanng to t tie Court t thit the di1er.dartts 5r. I 1-:,T 1. R N and E., purporting to be- I
S. is. KNIGHT.Tallahassee. Sru'l or Fi/niDA-COTNTY or LIO.T. rhe laui.l!* purponir.. to belong TO the Apahri 1. TIIC defendant and all others interested mil ;
March! 17, I -- bounded Florida, they being; rcsidrr.taofthe: State tli t Yir inia. JAMES. SHERWOOD by attachment and ind tothe declarer
den, North by the line of demarcation, appear plead
the last will and )
Notice. Itllt.t.nt It is ordered by the said Court, on motion cf P. W. Tax Assessor and Collector Lecn County. tioa filed in Hi within lbs tic .:
Archibald Graham, deceased 0(1 Petition for (li". West t by Apalachicob river South by the county of case prescribed b9
White, Solicitor forJhe and the sail1Oefend.illts
Month tfter date, I shall apply to the Hon. ri. tribution ot Franklin, and East by the Ocklockonn c river. Complainant: -O.Mober--_._-Sl.J&tS. -11 ts law. H. N- GRAY, t.
directed and
ONE tie are hereby required to
of Probate for the County (f Gad,den, .Am Ponder, John Swain, estate of J. OGILVIE, ant the Bill of op- Tax Collector's 'Sale. Attorney tor Plaintiff.
answer Complaint'* fomplii'itby
lor leave to cell the Real Estate of Edward H. Wilder Carleton, Isaac N. Cook, and Graham decea Tax: : Collector, Gidsclcn Count, Ha. pear December 30, 1S43. 24 3a r.
the first Monday of April next, ((15-19.) or that virtue of the authority vested in me by law. I
late of Gadsden County, deceased, to pay the Rachel hid uife, and Collin sed. October 7th I l'tS. 2 BY
in default thercot the Bill be taken
J Complainants as have this day levied upon, and will expose for Notice.
---- -- ------
debts outIe deceased.
Graham heirs law of John
at Guhden Co. Ti\ Collectors Sale. confes-ed agiinst them! the said Defendants.And sale, before( the Court House, in the city of Tallahassee -
J. M. W. DAVIDSON Administrator.
Graham, deceased. I it is further Ordered That crf'ditou. legatee, and persors entitled 19
ofthis or- the first June next the following ALL
copy en Monday in -
of the vested in law I
March 10, 184 3. power me by :ribution in the estate of Janes M.
lyNotce. made 'to to this Court that Collin By'irtue dir be in in the Htit.late
IT being appear ) for sale for Cash before the published weekly one newspaper properly or sa much thereof as will pay the State
Graham* one of the dcfendant named iu the said Court House door, in thr town ifQuincy, on Monday j Sstjteof [Florid, one in the Cilj of Washington and and County Taxes due by the owners thereof for the off JeCtrson County deceased ere hereby notified
petition, (if he i is still being,) beyond the one in the City of New York for the space of two year lS4Sto wit : that thair claims and dl'mar.dsTi1l be barred at th*
the ICth thy cf April next, the following described -
limits of the State of Florida but within the limitsof I I months from the insertion thereof in each said expiration of two yers frcra this date unless the
persons having ) against the Estate or so much t bet eof as will the Lot Nos. 19, and part of 175, and 75, O. P., and
ALL the United States: It is thtitfore Ordered, That I I property ,laY --The of t this suit is to same are exhibited to the subscriber ; and ell perscnc .
Edward II. W.ldlr.. late ol Gadsden County, State and County t t.x< J Mdjcttierc for the 'ear ISIS.The papers. object procure partition 15-2: N. A. of Tallahassee, belonging to Anderson
the said Collin Graham do and i ) of the lands of John C. Armi tead, deceased ) who have any demands against the said deceased ire
deceased, present them to me without delay. deendant. appear : l elcr
wil East half, (El) of S\lJth East (quarter (S.
answer within four months from lying and situated in the State of Florida, in which hereby notified to prevent them without delay I ; and ;
W. DAVIDSON Administrator. E 4)) Section twenty-one, (S 21)) North East quarter, Lots Nos. SI, 52, 53, S-l. and S:. N. A. of city of
tile date of the first of this order otherwise i those indebted to said estate are ncw called to
t the and
March 10. 1M! 10-Sw_ publicatit (N 14)) North West quarter (N W 4)) Section above named Complainants Defendants are Tallahassee, belonging to Cha. les F. Mercer. upon
make immediate
the Complinant's petition may ha taken as interested, and known and described as the W half JAMES W. SHERWOOD payment to
(55 22)) Township two seven,
twenty-Inn ( Range
Lumber, Shingles, &c. confessed nit ddtndant. Provided, That this (T 2, i It 7)) North and West on the \\atersof Crooked NW quarter) Sec. 31, T. 3, N. and W ; N. E. Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon County. ANN HART.

T UMRER of every description can he obtained at order be published once a week for the term of f'>nrj Creek the Land to belong to Fabian quarter Sec 31. T. 3, R. 5, N. and W ; E. half N E November IS. IS 19. IS It Qualified Executrix. .

JLj my Mil, f fnc miles South Wctt t of Lake liradtord j I I months in some newspaper [published in the County .\rmistead. purporting Barter Sec. 31, T. 5, N. and W; E. half S. W. -- Notice. Jefferson County, February 10, 1S49. 6 8w

at ?I per 100 feet. The very best kind of pine j, of Leon, and Mate afOrt'iald.J.UU. J. W. OGILVIE, quarter' Sec. 30, T. 3. R. 5, N. and W; W. hall S. -

SHINGLES can al .o be had at a low [price. :E.:: nROO Ir. Tax Collector. Gadidca County, } 1a. W. qr. Sec. 30, T. 3, R. 3, N. and,W; N. E. quarter SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon Fair Warning 1
Judge (.f Pi SPC. 9,T. 3,R. 3 N. and W S E Sec. T. 3 of Probates for the ,
N. B. Syruji: Cvpiesa Barrels! nadc: to ctder.J. October 7th, Ih43. 2 ; quarter 9. Judge County of Gad A LL persons, without reserve positively tndtebt
G. PADRICK.March { _March_ 24_, 161.?. 1 ?-4m R. 3, N. and W ; N. W. quaitei Sec. y, T. 3. R. 3. den for letters of dismission :as Executor on the estate 11l. etl to subscriber for 1 1S47-'S either by nota I

17, IS 19. 11- Jt Gadsdcii Co--i'ax-: ( $ 'or" Kale. I N. and W; N. E- quarter Sec. S, T. 3. R 3, N. and of Samuel Strickbnrl.d c"l. late of said county. or account, or otherwise if not trilled by the 10th
Notice. W W. half N. W. Sec. 10 T. 3 H. N. H. II. STRICKLAND, Executor.
; quarter 3. March next will most .
virtue of the pow vested in me by law, I I positively pay cos:
Spring and Summer Clothing.CL.nK SIX Months after date the undersigned will apply' BY shall expotc for male for Cash, before the ard W; W. half SeC 7, T. 1, R. 5, N. andE January 27. IS.H 4 February 17, 159. 7 S. F. BURNET.
: W. half N. E. Sec. 7 T. 1 R. N andE I
the Hon. Judge of Probate for Luon ; quarter 5.
County Court House door in the town of Quincy, on Monday of
& STH.LMAX receiving Pure Sulphate Quinine.
arc now a W. half S. E.: Sec. T. R.
7 5N. and
fur letter of dismission a* Administrator of the th. ICili day l of Apiil next, the following described ; quarter Notice. ;
but select assortment of SPRING .\:1 Estate of John Smith deceased, late of said E:; J II half N. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1. R. .'), N. and subscribers have on hand two hundred and
countv. or so much thereof will the THE
1)roIeiIY .
SUMMER CLOTlG. together with a few PATRICK SMITH, Admini.trator. pay 11 I E:; E. half S. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1 R. 5, N. and ounces of Sulphate of Quinine which they ALL creditors lejjateei, and person entitled t.
State and taxes due the eon fir the J *:
fcuch county year in Ihe estate of Richard
elI anrl. 10 E.-Said laud being in the counties of Gadsden and hive obtained direct from the manufacturers and Jones late
1 49. 10-Cm
Marct Section fifteecn, (S 15)) Township two (T 2)) of Jefferson
., Drap d'Kte, Jefferson amounting to 1510 and 32 30-100 acres. they will warrant it to be a superior article. County, deceased. are hereby notified
Range seven, (R 7)) North :and West, (N & W) on
that their claims
and demands
I will be Led the-
hhmerctC Marseilles, the waters ot Crocked Creek, the Lauds purportingto
expiration of two from this date
years unless the
Suitable manufacture, and to be of for THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.P. by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute ,
disposed Months after apply to the Hon. belong to I. S. Catlin, situated in the county of exhibited
same are to the subscriber and .
CASH, and CASH ONLY, at moderate profit ; and t SIX of1'robattforCadsden{ County fur lettezsofdimiion Gadiden. J. W. OGILVIE '\. WHITE, Sol for Corn pm. orders lor articles in our line at wholesale or retail, who have any demands against the;safd deceasedare all persons -
would coidially i invite their old Iriendsand customtri I A true cop from the minute on the most accommodating terms.
from the administration of the estate of Tax Collector Gadsdcn County, Fla. notified
to call and purchase.Tallahassee October Attest t, I. HARRIS, C'lk. Gad!den Cir. Ct. We have also a few account yet due to us for the hereby to present them without delay
James II. Gibson deceased. 7th 1S4S. 2
and those indebted to said estate ire now railed upo"
March 17, 1510. R. E. GIBSON, Adm'r. --- -- Dy It C. Letter, D.C. year 1S47. They are generally in small amounts, .
1 March 10. 1S49. 106mNotce. Hamilton County Tax Sales. January 131hI6,10. 2 but i if the whole could be paid shortly, it would go to make immediate payment to
R. TUCKER Sheriff
For New York. BY virtue of the power vested in me bylaw, I Iand For Sale far towards hiquidatingeertain LEWIS sums which& AMES.we owe. and ex officio Administrator of said estat*.

TiE ne\v packet Brig U SUWANNEE," Clarke, shall expose for sale, before the Court House .f R.1RE CH.i.\'CE! 41 Jefferson county February to, l49. 8 8w

having the bulk of her cargo engaged, creditor entitled door in the town of Jasper Hamilton County Flo. V gUr. land known as the Overstreet Tract," 9 ApriI29.1SB.
to -
will sail-for.the. above port with despatch. For ALL, in the estate of persons Wil.iam Goodman, rida on the fourth Monday in April 1SU', the following JL miles north cf Tallahassee, near the Thomas- Thomas Jeff. Heir, WI GAITHER BURGESS & CO.

freight- passage.. apply to late of JeflVrson County deceased, are hereby notified ; described property, or so much thereof! ilk toad, adjoining Gov. Branch's: plantation, containing COUNSELLOR ,
*? McN AUGHT t ORMOND. to exhibit their claims and demands within will be sufficient to pay the State and County t. xes 7 or bOO acres. Will be sold low, and on ATTORNEY. &
: two Receiving
Forwarding Commission!
Newport, March 10. 1849 10 years ( this date, or the same will be barred and due thereon for the >car ISIS, to wit : satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For WILL practice in the Client Court in each J

*"" HV-B B ,.. all person rlt indebted to the estate are ; to Also, the S E 4 of the S E 4 of Sec I.TowMhipI fuither particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, of the Middle Circjit, and in the Supreme IMIGqC iAfdir

Groceries, &c. make immediate payment to the undersigned.WM. requested. 1, Range 13, North and East purporting to belong .. or DANIEL LAD New Port. Court and United States District Court a -. 1

1 Z BAGS RIO COFFEE WEST" ) Qualified to the estate of Benjamin Chaires. Jan. 13, IS 10. 2 tf Tallrrassee.Monticello. **+m

l.'J S do. St. Domingo do., JOHN M. SMITH, ] Executors. Also the E I of S 11. the W J S W 4, and SEoftbeSWani1theWoftheSEcfSec25 i Confectionery and Bakery. January 29, 1848. 23 Dealers in Western Produce,

do. White Jefferson 10 U4'. 6 4 w Poydru Street. New
Java do. CountyFebruary : S\Y Medical Notice. Orlikai
': do. Brown do. do. the W J of the N W 4, and (the N E 4 of the N W I-l] ENRY KINDON would inform his friends and Feb.,, IS4). 5 Cm.

2 Bbls. crushed of Attachment.Silas 1 of Sec 30, Township I, Range 13, Northland East, the public generally that he has on hand, and H. G. WIRT, M. D. J. L. CALL M. D.
m..- 12 Loaf Sugar do. Acton purporting' belong to the Union flank. in constantly I manufacturing, CANDIES of.all kinds, WIRT & CALL have associated themselves

Gwhen Butter 01el Box, and Pine F. Burney J Amount sworn to f SO 48.10. Also lot No. 3 fractionalsection 7inTownship such as : DRS.the practice of Medicine Surgery, &c., and Notice.

Family Flour, Cider and Apple White Cheese, Supeperior Cs. > Damages, glCO 00. 1, South of Range 17, East, laing on the Su annee PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS offer their services to the public. SIX taonthi after date I shall apply ta the HOB.

Codfibh' Herrings Chocolate, Candies Wine Vinegar Isaac Hutto. ) Bond, $160 00. River, purporting to beloncj to S. B. Thompson. CINNAMON. LEMON CANDY, Office over Drug Store,Monticello Florida. of Probate for the County of
Pickle. Almond, Figs, Table &c. tc., THE and all others interested are here. Also, the S W 4 of Sec 1. Township ), Range 13, WINTERGREEN: BARLEY CANDY August 5, 1S43. 3 ly l letters of dimission as Executor William H.

brig Su wan nee,Sal fore\ bv notified of the commencement of this suit, Smith and East, purporting to belong to William J. HOARIIOUND ; Mathers bit of said county. deceased.
Jtce"el McNAUGHT ORMOND. returnable to the Ciicuit Couit to be held at Talla- Mills. And various others among them several that are DR. J. S. BOND SOLOMON E. MATHERS.

March 10, 1849.? & has-ee, in the County of Leon and Middle Circuit of AVI LEY LEE:, Tax Assessorand useful for colds and cOll h*,and is prepared to manufacture his professional services to the citizens Jefferson ;cunty February 10,1S491: 5 6m I I.6
the State of Florida, on the fourth Monday ((20th Collector for Hamilton Cointy, 1S4S. any and all kinds that may be ordered, both OFFERS and the surrounding country. I

day) of March, A. D. 1649, and to appear and plead October, 19-JS. 14 wholesale and retail. Office at Col. Fisher's Httcl.Ma Great Bargains. :
Take Notice. to the same. WALKER &GWYNN He i is also prepared to carry on Baking in all its 29. 1 S 11. 45 tf

''rriHEsuhscriber* respeclfullv tequcst their cm- Feb. 21, 14t1.- 8 AttyWor PI.t. Notice.SIX branches, from the plain Loaf of B'eadto the most BELlING I
"*.Jtomers to call and settle their accounts imraediatcly months after date, I shall appy to the Hon. exquisite Cakes and Pic!. Paities and the publiccan Wakulla Circuit Court.IN OFF AT COST I ":

'. al they have engagements at the North Iron, &c. e of Probate for the Count of Jefferson, always accommodated d by giving timely notice CHANCERY.-BILL FOR RELIEF. AT tho Sore of L. t H. GREENBERG Jt CO

which must be met promptly, and earneMly I hope fULL orlment of ,2 to 'inches wide, for letters of dismission as Administrator tic bonis at the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson street, H. Walker orTetd the greatest bargains of lhesea or\

th"ir friends ,\'i aid them in so doing, or they wil A 40 Legs Nails, Ion/ no of Farijuhat Macrae late of said County, dec'd. opposite the .Jnction Room If It. If. Berry, Esq., Henry Complainant Goods cf evey variety can be bad for cash at coil

cotnpelUdto "jdacc their claims in the Just received and for sale by RICHARD HARRISON. Tallahassee, Dl'e'\i01G.J IS. 22 Joseph DelafielJ and Lewis VI. Curtis Trustees of the prices, and sci. belcw New York cot. Having

""an"Attorney (or collection. OR Jefferson County. September 9, ISIS. 8 Cm made up theirbinds to close business soon, purchasers -
'I In Leon Circuit Apalachicola Land et al. Defendants.
McN.\UGlT & I Court. Company .
will do will
j\\\\\ unsettled closed to call desire to have
account (rom this Newport, March ---- ---- earlyif they
.date March' 3d, 1819. 1 Wakullu Circuit Co.... James Gates Compt., } In Chancery. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by the best lele! oD3. Positively no credit will be
Daniel t1!. S December 1S4S. affidavit made in this case that Joseph Delafield
\ CLARK IL Ladd Couipt., ) In Chancery Fall Tern given.
SILLUN. Flour, Sugar, Potatoes, &c. Rebecca F. Oates Def. Bill for Divorce. and Lewis Curtis, Trustee as aforesaid and Louis
> Marco 3. 1849. 9-lOw vs. V December, 5th, 1SJ3. ) All persons'ndebted to them Will please corns
1A BBLS. and 10 half Bbls.superfine Flour, Joseph F. Dyer Deft. > Bill to foreclose a mortgage. hppearing {Cq IT wold reside of State of Florida and
out tne
1'00 SACK SALT RECEIVED BY IU 10 do. Whiskey, IT appearing to the satisfaction' the 'Cworrby affidavit this case,that Rebecca Frances Oates, beyond Those indebd to the late concern in Monticello,
JUS the of this Court but in the United
KNIGHT CO. 10 bal Bbb. do. affidavit in this case that Joseph F. Dyer resrde'a the mid defendant resides beyond the jurisdiction of jurisdiction will find the ccountl with WILLIAM BUIlD,

March 3, 154: 9 : : I Vacuum Process" Sua out of the State of Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction (his Court and out of the State of Florida, but in States : It is Ordered That the said Joseph Dela Esq., who i it dw authorised to receipt for the same.
field and
Kegs Butter, of thi" Court, but in tre! United States:-It it the State of Alabama : It is ordered that the said Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid. and January 27, $-t9. 4

For Sale.!! "" 4 Bales Gunny Bags, Ordered, That the said Joseph F. Dyer, as aforesaid Rebecca Frances Oates, do appearand plead answer Louis McLane, Charles Augustus Davis and George

2 Boxen Oranges do appear and plead, answer or demur, to the or demur to the said Bill of Complaint or the said Grisw01d,do appear and plead, answer or demur to S. KNIGHT & CO. ;
rp WO NEGROES, man and wife, first rate characJLA Received per Tallahassee, and for sale by said bill complaint, or the said bill will betaken Bill will be ta.kenpr confesso, aeainst the said de. said bill of complaint, or the said bill be taken for 4 .

tertheIma a first rate house servant, Ceok, McNAUGHT At ORMOND. of pro eonfcito against Ihe said defendant.-froei- fendant. Provided tbat the publication of this order confessed against them: Provided, That publication Wholesale amRetall Grocers, and ProTlsloa I'
Washer and Ironer. Persons wishing to buy such 10 1SlO. 10AS of this order be made in some newspaper printed in Dealers.TALinA83EE .
this .
Newport. Mach dell That the publication of order be made in be made in some newspaper printed in Tallahassee
please tall soon, lam anxious to --. -- the city of Tallahassee once week for the period of
"prprty11 a some newspaper printed in the city of Tallahassee once a week for the period of four months. FLORIDA.
S. S. KNIGHT. TiE 1'tRt1ofS.S.KNGHT&1! is once a week for the period of (our months. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. four months. Done in open Court Dec. 5th, 1S45. ron.tany on hand and offer for sale at a
TsMahassee! March 31, 1849. be dissolved all who A from
,. 13 are indebted to THOMAS BALTZELL I tiue copy the record. KEEP .
-. Judge. P. Duval Compt's Solicitor.A advan on cost.'for cash, all the standard
-- the firm call and
to settle GEORGE
are immediate. L
requested A true 2 GLo. f. BRYANT Clerk. true D. MCRANET Clerk. BRYANT Clerk. in '
; the -
copy copy. articles line. Flours of approved qualities
is : J 9 ly, and those claims against will please December 9, 1549. 21 4m
J having -
[1:I prrent them,as they be paid By J. B. Keen D. C. -Sugars, CoW. Teas Bacon, .Hams Pork
AUorlcy ut .: M3rrhlOlS49. wi S. S. instanty. CO. Notice. Dec. 18th, 1818. 2 Soap Candle. Lid, and all similar articles' o-

Montlrello, Jefferson County, Florida & SIX months after date I shall apply to the lion. Salt and Rice. gather wih Fraiti Irish Potatoes .Onions, Nusf,

of Probate for the County of Jefferson,' Long Cottons wanted. sale to arrive in Brig Florina, Raisins, Figs Almid, and all other articles woally
attend the Circuit Courts of the Gunny Cloth and FOR
TWILL\ \ for letters of dimisiioa, as Administrator of Paul de KCCRALES\ Roller-gir.ed Sea Island Cotton Sacks Liverpool Salt found in similar estilishnents. j
Circuit and of the County Columbia in the FRESH supplv just received and for sale by Malbabe. decea'td.Rr'f tJ\J\J are wanted, for which the full value will 2i} small packages Carolina Rice. Store next doer a've G. H. M..ginni", oa ){'!- t

Eatrn] Circuit. McNAtT.HT( .t ORMOND) (1m IIARRISW bf siren byl S. F. BURNEY.rcfc'iwrr McNAUGHT OR.MONO.Januarys roe street.Jannary.

:.fdf.h3t.I l I 151 I 1. 13 Newport, March 10,1SIO. 10 Jefferson County eptembcr ?, 181-. s fn I '?, IS!?. S..rlrt, ?, 1613. 4 27IS49. i lyJ I