The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL For the repairs!and irnprovemetf ,8td newucatlun. template lhe illiterate wamterrr of Greece, RESIGNATION. COL. FREMONT AND HM P ; RTY. accomplished in a fetr days Now came on' } J f

II PUBLISHED IVr.ItY SATURDAY. .y five at hundred Springfield dollars ; armory, eighty.tv\o thousand to whom a Cadmtis was just striving to male BY HKXHY W. LONG)ELLOW.: Not having; space for the fulniccotinis, wet.rive I the leuiurn waiting for the return of the relief kt: t

-/ -. --- /- For arsenals, eeventy-four thousand two hundred known the letters of Phoenicia,* would ; below the most interesting particulars of. party. Day after day passed and no j. II''

TERMS : and sixty.onedolau; PJalo and Aristotle have seemed as ioposihleto There is no fok. however watched and tended, the news 'from them. Snow fell almost! incessantly I ;
in advance. lot of ground at ', 'him the But one is there! progress, auff ringl. &c., of Col.! Fremont'sparty .t .11
THREE DOLL"per annum, ifpaid FCr Harpers Ferry as existence in Africa ( a higher I in the mountains. The spirits of I the camp
THREE AND A )IAI.Tifpid within 141t won"-' Virginia, contiguous to the public buildings, two Christianity than has yet been seen seems to There is no fireside. howsoe'er defended! which we extract from the memoranda grew loiter. Life was losing ifs charm fo ;r
hundred dollars Cut has :;
tint&1 the end ofthejear.ftvThose ; one vacant chair rl
FoUR Dozj..*a if not paid us ? Would the of theTeutonic furnished. the National
not through
For purchase of land at Springfield armory, to be present position Intelligencer, those who bad not rensons beyond themselves ; .
tel an.discontinued will be rigidly until all arrearage to, and are firmed by raising the dam at t the upper shop, and 0'' race have appeared equally incredible The And air is full of fi.ewells for the dead|to the dying; as given by the gallant Colonel himself.; lie to I've. Prow laid down in the trail and n

no paper will bf of the but.icribers .. a lot on t the northwest corner of the armory grounds, to the founder ofthe Pailhenon, the :oun. The heart mourning : froze to death. In a sunshine and hay. 4
raid unless the option publishers. nine thousand) dcllais of Rachel for her children crying writes from Tao, New Mexico, Jan. 27th, day, If' t
will be received for three months at One ; Louis gers in the gardens of the Academy?-Noith : Wilt I not be comforted ing with him (the means to make a tire he I 1
) site
For purchase of a for magazine at St.! and afier referring to his across the tt
Dollar- x months at $1 r'0Kvcr>' OI Jcr.for the suitable the live American Retiac.Sesoslris progress threw his blanket dottn on the trail laid down
arsena, at a point without city, Let us be patient : these severe afflictions 1
paper out of this county unit he accompanied of withhe thousand dollars; 1300 T.. C. Cadmm, 133! U. C. Not from the ground) arise, country, to Bent's Fort, and further on near it, and laid there (till he froze to death .;1 L:1'upon : : r
( cash, unless the order cotaes through any our For '. in reference to the defences I But oftentimes the head _
military --- of We
in the Slate surveys) -- -- celestial benedictions waters the Arkansas river, he proceeds were not then TtitH him [ {
regularly authorized agents of the froi.tifr, inland and Atlantic, tel thousand' TIe Ki sc.orllo LLAM-wlIose death Assume t this dark disguise.We "Sixteen t '
dollars : : days passed away, and no tidings } f: (
ADVERTISEMENTSWill ; occurred at his capital, the Hague, on the see but dimly through !the mists and from the sent for relief. I became f
For the purchase of land adjoining the- Frankfort vapours ; At Pueblo I had engaged as a guide nn old .I party oppressed \ I
17th Iarcb-w descended from Amid f
of an ancient
be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square arsenal, Pennsylvaniatvvcntv. thousand dollars; What thee earthly damps, trapper, well known as Bill Williams and with anxiety, wpary of delay, and determined : "i Ii
and cents for each For suitable buildings; and for :and illustrious IIOUM His father Wil-- seen to us but dim, funereal tapers "
of twelve lines for the first, fifty erecting machinery be who had i to go myself, both in search of the _
reasonable deduction the manufacture of at the himself I, his May heaven's distant lamps. spent some t\venty.five years of his ; :
insertion. A percussion caps same place I, who distinguished by re. I absent
fuWqueot lam search of relief in the
will be made on legal notices, estate not ices,yearly fifteen thousand dollars; to the French, in the time ofthe revolution There i is no Death what seems so is transition ; life in trapping in various parts of I he Rocky Mexican party :;
J notices without alteration, by persons having To defray the expense of compiling, arranging, forced after the battle of Flenrus This life of mortal breath: Mountains. settlements. I was aware that our f ; ,
regular accounts with the oBice publishing, and supervising the publication of anew was Ij .but a suburb t tie life elysian, "['he error of our expedition was commit. troops in New Mexico had been engaged in r: ,:,' _
Alt announcement. of candidates for ofct FIVE edition of the Ordnance Manual, of fifteen hundred to- take refuge in England, where he went in Whose portal o we call Doaih. ted in this He hostilities wilh the Spanish Utahs, and with : :
.POM.AB in advance. copies six thousand dollars ; 1703-his. son, the Prince Orange, (the late engaging man. proved neverto the who J* 1*
unless To She is not dead-the child. of our affection have known, or entirely to have fbrgolton Apaches, range in the valleys of the I. _
will be paid to any order for announcement, defray the expenses of Topographical [-] king) then being three years old. Louis, the ,
Rio del! Norte
accompanied: with the cash. of survejs of routes from the valfyof the Mississippi President nut gone unto thai school, the whole country which we were to p of France it
.All reliqioin, marriage :nd obituary notices published to the Pacific ocean, fifty thoutand dollars ; father of the present Where she n longer needs our poor protection, We occupied (after passing I he mountain) more .I were, and became fearful that they (King and I .
paluitously; but editorial notices for private To provide for the payment for secret services rendered I wi be remembered, was King of Holland in And Christ himself doth rule. than haifa month in the of his party) had been cut ofTby these Indians.I .- _

benefit, will be charged as advertisements.3on to the United States in :the war with Mexico, : triumphal days of fhe Emperor Napoleon. In the jrieat cloister's !tllnes! and seclusion few making progress a could imagine no other accident lo them.- ",
and to under the days, blundering along a tortuous course,
expended direction of the Presideit
Afterwards, he was attached for fhieo years By guardian angelM led, the .
WORK of the United States,fifty thousand ; Safe (Irnrn through deep snow, which already began to Leaving camp employed with the baggage ; _
dolan to the Stall of(he UritUh army, and as Aid- temptation safe from sin'/pollution under command of '
'V well to execute Job Work, such For carrying into effect the treaty of UniCd: She lives,whom we call dead. choke up the passes, and waiting our time in Vincenthaler. with injunc. ,
arc de. the Duke Wellington distinguished
prepared to ,
States with the tribe of indians of thetwefltv.Curth Camp (tions to follow in three I .
Stockhridge c me days, set ofTdown
,& ,with neatness searching aThe lllh of December}
billscards, pamphlet! hinv-elf the of Peninsula, Day after day think what she vt
a I ( November, eighteen hundred and for. in war tile .I we is doing the river with small
and despatch. All woik of this description in those we found ourselves at the mouth of the Rio del a party, consisting'; of Go- :
'J'i ht, the sum of fifty-two thousand eight hundred and endeared himself the people by his frank bright realms of air; ,14 t
except for persons having yearly accounts with Year after dey, hi young nephew, Prems, and Sannders.
and four dollars eighty-five (tots. sear, her tender steps pursuing, Norte canon, where that river issues from the
the office, must be paid for on delivery. Stc.. Jlndle furthirenacted, That the rnilitaiy and manly hearing. He was wounded at the Uehold her grow more fair. Sierra San Juan of the I (colored servant.) We carried our arms and -Uf :
-one highest, most
._ battle of Waterloo. William I at the Congress I
I -.--- --- Waterloon ) )
at arsenal
--- -- I storekeeper Thus do we walk with her,and keep unbroken, rugged, and impracticable of all the provisions two or (three da>s. In the camp
be allowed from the first of of Vienna received accession of territory Rocky 3':1:, _
BY AUTHORITY. ? day October, eighteen :U -I The bond which nature gives Mountain inaccessible I (left under the command Vincenthaler) lha t '
hundred and ranges, to and
forty-twothieI/iesame !
compensation and for several years was known as the Thinking that our remembrance though unspoken, messes only had provisions for few meals I
as is authorized by the act of the twenty-third bunters, even in summer.cross the pointof a j ;
Acts and Rrolutons. passed at the Second Scs. August, eighteen hundred and forty-two, to lie paid: king of (he Lower Countries. .Although his I May reach her where she lives. this elevated range our guide conducted us ; and a supply of five pounds of sugar to each i.;

tlC Tbirtrll Congress, to the storekeepers at the Washington, Pituburg, sceptre was mild and Helgiurn enjoyed a f full! Not as a child shall we again behold Ler; and, having still great confidence in this man's man. If I f failed to meet King my intention :, t
and Wafervliet! arsenal ; and that there be paid to share ofciiil and religions: liberty, the RomanCatholic I For when with rapture( wild was to make the Mexican settlement on tho ; I

[IN'o. :l.! ] AN ACT making appropriations for the military storebeeper T. A. Wcbbet twenty dollar* influence in 1830, prevailed to efrect In our embraces we again enfold her, knowledge, we passed onwards wilh fatal Colorado, a little affluent of the Rio del N' rte .- .
the thirtieth per Jorth, for and : the lime he has performedthe She will not be a chiid. resolution. Even along: the river bottoms the > #
for the ending during
of the army far a rupture, and William I became King of
nuppoit hundred and duties of and assistant commis-aiy of snow was already breast for the mules about haIfa degree above Tao (you will see v
thousand deep
June.one eight filly.Jlril Holland only. To the thus Hut a fair maiden in her !Father's mansion, ,
enacted by the Senate and 1 loose of Kept? e- tubMsleiiceatsaidaiSren.il. kingdom shor Clothed with celeMidl and falling frequently in the valley and almost I it on my map,) and thence send back the S _
Stc. 3. 1nd be it William II succeeded in father hav- grace ;
further Thul'
tentative ofihe. 'United States of.tmeticain Confrest laced, any non- : And L".mtiflll with nil the soul's expansion constantly on the mountain The cold was speediest relief possible to the party tinder ;n 1Vincrnthaler
astetnbled, That the following turns be. and cornmi-sioned officer, or private in the ng abdicated in his favor. His re.'gn; has I Shall we behold her f.ce. ". .
company: of and miners, and f onlonies, raised extraordinary. At the warmest hours of the '.. _
the same are hereby,appropriated, out ot any moneyin sappers! leen but on the whole popular and sat- "
the treasury not otherwise( appropriated, (or the by the act of May ninth, eighteen.' hundrl.f and brief. There has been And though at timt 3 impetuous with emotion dty (between one and two) the thermometer On the second day after leaving the camp '.
support of I he 'lor the support of t the army tor (ot)- who SN '('d in said company war } some ttN\sius" And anguish, long suppres.ied, ([threnheitstood,in the shade of A tree trunk, we carne upon a fresh trail of Indians-txvo .
theyearendingthe army thirtieth of June,one thousand w ith Mexico, shall on application, be entitled to receive among a portion of his people, who believed I The swelling hcait heaves moaning like the ocean, at zero; and that was a favorable! day,the lodges with a considerable number ofanimals. _
cijrht i:! hundred and fifty : an honorable discharge from the service of the that his household! was too numerous and !his I That cannot be at rtst. shining and moderate breeze. of sun the This did nut lessen our uneasiness for our !lonir :
Uniled a Judge
For I he of the one million six 1lndr.da"d States and stand as if they hid seivcd out for the financial of I ; I
pay thousand army five hundred and( o their respective term expenses too great ability .I We will be patient and assuage the feeling night* and the storms absent people. The Indian trait. where we: .4
thirtylive eighty-tw HOOT c. WLvrnop, the country ; and his successor will have an 1 I I'e cannot 'hIIltay') ; We pressed towards the summit the fell upon if, turned and went down the river, ,
; Mleiire lIot'conccaJin up ,
loHa'i Speaker of the llou eof opportunity to introduce some economical re- By sanctifying, ;, and
For commutation of hundred Hepr senttes we followed it. On the fifth day (after t
and in
ofCtt'llu'sistenct,1'e The grief that must have way. snow deepening as we rose, or!five
and sixty-one !, Vice President G. 1 DI.lA Slates fop ms. He married anisterofthe Elp"ro .- -, days of this struggling and climbing, all on !leafing ihe Camp) we surprised an Indian on '
the additional rations for cninmi't'ionedfficer Russia. His WilliarnAlexanderPaiilrVederickLoui .
son, TOOK RICHARD'S the ofthe
SAYINGS. river. !
"arsenals" "armorie*," te.. and President of the Senate. oof, we reached the naked ridges which lie ice llepffl\'cdto be a Utah 4
commanding 0' APPROVED, March ;1 ?, now William III, cends' An to. is better than hen lo-mnor- son of,1 Grand River chief xvhorn had
ins separate and fixed or peimanent "posts of the 3,1S-TJ egg ay a _above the line of the timbered region, and we f
JAMES K. POLK. the throne -it the age of :;J2.Ifaston known and he behaved.
row. formerly towards
army of the United States; 'J'ae- which form the dividing heights between the min ,
For commutation' of for' for officers hor"es, one :' --' '-' -- -. --- .. = I lcr. If pride leads the van, beggarylirngs waters of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.- a friendly manner. We encamped near .:. \ f _
-- ---- -- up
"I hundred ix dollars and; (our thousand seven hundred and thirty _. i
: blankets and
-- -- -- h two other promised rexvard IiI.
For payment in lieu r.f clothing for ofljceis servant lie that can travel well a-fbotkeepsa tel', and the raging winds sweep( across them ..
*, thirty-six thousand: two hundred dollaii; A F RI C \ 1 A friend tells us the following rib-tickling horse. good wilh rcHiorselesss, fury. On our first attempt' when we should get in, I prevailed on thil Indian f. I

Foi expenses of recruiting,thiity eight thousand What a wonderful continent It t is, this roun- anecdote, which! we ..le\.e. has never been to cro's we encountered a pottdcrie-(drv I. trt go xvith us as guide ,IotheLiftleRioColorado Y i iI

and For fifty-Uio dollars ; to tied, smooth.! orcd Africa ; known from the ii n print before, but, at C"I'lt", will bear The worst wheel of I he cart makes the most snow driven thick through the air by violent I I settlement, and to take. _with him-four r;' ,;
ihrfe month's extra pay ncm.cmmi"sion(1f1fr st dawn of time, yet so unknonn the made noi"e. of his )horses to carry our little I! bag a e. The i I' ',
musicians, and privates; on re-enlistment, carl ; dieting up again. I us laugh cou. wind, and in which objects are visible only at I O I
) thol and dolar.; granary of nation steiilo and l litiitless! a3 Eumcdly :" lie that. fails! in love with hiimclf! will have a short distance)-and were driven back, hav- I horses were misera'/y' poor and could only I ,

For I the : its of t tIl qlJattfrmasler's e1etIOrlnpn' -j the sea ; swarming with life, jet dazzling Old Farmer Jone, having been, for months no rivals. ill; some ten or twelve men variously frozen I gel along at a slow xvalk.! On _the next day t. J 1 ,"

authorized'. tol1itiui of of fuel officer, fnrase horses in kind, and for for the the eves of the Moon-men: with ils vast tracks repariiig his f favorite Yorkshire for killing Tart words will! make no friends ; a s pooi-! -I face, hand, or ff ef. The guide came near I (the Oth of our progress) we left the Indian I 'I

horses, mules and oven of the quarll master's department tH! glittering sand North America, first t seen line," sent finally for tl, tOWI lflitchicr-a.! J full of honey nill catch mOle flies than a gal. being frozen to death here, and dead mules I lodc3late ami t ra rt'let! only some six orseven '. 1 '; _

at tho several military IOtl and tt.tionF, but the other (liI)-, has l len probed fiom endto great wng by the war_ -to come and prepare .I Ion of vinegar." were already lying about the camp firt'I ..- t miles. About sunset xvc discovered a little : 1 1I

und with the armies in the field, for the.hor-es end ; its gallant and restive Philips Ponti.acs the .sassrnger: meat" for n!c. (This was I I Beware of little expenses ; a little leak v ill Meantime it snowed steadily. The next day I I smoke a grove of timber, off from the river < ;. :.,*
of the first and second regiments (I( dragoons, thefour
of artillerv, and the ncimentrtt Tecumthes, and Monlpzurnas have b'-cn jf course, jeans ago, when "confidence" i sink u large blip.MadKings I (Decemberst e renexved (tie attempt to and thinking perhaps it might be_our express
companies light I J
bridled and broken by i the white man but vasn't in party (f King ::nd his menX) n ttiefr return.xve 1 l!
mounted riflemen ; of si \for !olditrs' bedding ; so necessary eating sassengirs, and I, :and mad! bulls are not to beheld scale the summit: and were more t fortunate, I I' _
and ol stationery,includhs company and other blank I Africa has seen no Coifez, nor oven a DC) Jogs. did, not howl and go intotpaMns: at the treaties and thread. as it then seemed. Making mauls, and beat went to see. This WitS t twenrrsc:on i'' !

huokb' for lr> army, ccnitkates for tlUcbarpcd soliiers I' Sutt or La Salle, "wrin ing favors: f'OU sight of them, as now.) Old grimier was by pack ing down a road), or trench, through the deep I I day since that party had left us, and the:sixth ,.1 1 t'i

< ,blank forms t for the pay ar.ofdivisio.i.i quatCrtntter'sd11arm'lt and; dr-' Fate," as Santa Anna has it. fc'orne solitary (brlhwiih: .VMCus the the brokers say, and What maintains one vice will bring up two snow, we forced the ascent in defiance of tile i since we had left the camp under Vincent i v,.

Vartmont order, :and and for t army hf printing regulations, (fivo i huiulicd Jfiingo Park, or faithful 1and.r, or perfecr.ing laving gone through the usual process'of be. children.A drivingpouderie, crossed Ihe crest, descendeda I:. ler. We found them-three of them, ;-Cre. '. L 4,

thousand dollars ; i ) Uiirckhaidt, alone to read the log tumbled into scalding water, : mob's a monster ; head enough but no'' little, and encamped immediately below in utzfeldt, Brackenridge. and Williams-the !

For the incidental expenses of the quartermaster'. lcret of t the mother civilization, the giay. :: cleaned, disembowelled and so J }Mrprc,, was : brains. the edge of the timbered region. The trail most miserable objects I Iliad crer beheld. If : :i

department,consist I fl- of postage let(era and service-hlack.received baited Africa.If hung up in the shed for the nighl to dry. After Nothing humbler than ambition when it is showed as if a defeated party had passed by- did not recognize Crcutzfeldi's features, when .' 'II
et and ofljceis
sent by on public ; :
menses of courts martial and courts of enquiry, including we seek a land of romance and mystery, the butch had finished 'his job, and was a- about to climb. ; packs. pack saddle, scattered articles of clothing Brackenridge brought him up and told me his -

.the additional compensation to judge advocates -I what quarter of the globe can compare "itl bout departing, farmer: Jones says- I, The discontented man finds no chair. and dead mules strewed along. We : name They had been starting. King had r _

r coldef members, and! witncsse., \\ hiKon I that which) holds the pyramid* ; fhe giant Friend I'm in rather a bad picUe. I I.. easy : were encamped about twelve thousand feet 1 starved to death a f few days L :ore.: His ve*" j'I''. .

that fcm're. ,under the act of March tixteenth,eighteen I ban; temples, on one roof of which clusters a have been borrowing from different familiesin : !i The misters ryes will do more work than I above the level of the sea. Westward the r mains were som six or eiht, miles aliotej !
in hnndred the erection and two of barracks; extra,pay quarters.to soldiers Itorc-hou.t'I cmploed } ,, I moder'ia e ; the solemn, hewn mountain. I the neighborhood l some 200) pound offre h both t his hands. country was buried in the snow. The storm : near the river. By aid ofthe Indian horses i'

and hocptalsthe conMrucliun of roads, and other i a Sphinx ; the ruins Caithage. ; theNile pork all which: I've promised to repay when He t that has a trade has an ofiice of profit continued. All movements were paralyzed.To .- I xvd carried theme three with Us, down to the 5 r '. ?

constant 'labor, under the direction of the (tjuarln- with its hidden sources ; the Niger, my Yorkshire should be killed ; and now if I and honor.A advance with the expedition was impossible : valley, to the Pueblo on the Little Colorado, : r \l !

rsaster'a department, for periods of not less than teniay,2nder with its unknown outlet ; the heavenbearin"Atlas pa up all of my debts, I hal have: no pork false friend and a shadow' attend only : to get hack, impossible. Our fate stood : which we reached the fourth day afterwards, !f ,JIK. !
< the art second It1aichicighteen hundred
and nineteen ; to and from the frontier ; the dimly' teen mountains of the )for my OWI u>('. %' I do ?-be ,.hen the sunshines.Decidedly revealed. We xvcre overtaken by sudden and (the tenth day after learing the camp on the { ,

posts and armies expenses in the fed, of eccorts to paymasters Moon 1 1'I honest!, and shame the devil, or pay m')' debts, ---- ---.- --- inevitable! ruin. The poor animals were togo mountains,) having travelled through snow, ,4 ;t., 'f

Ctherdil1urlini and trains, where hrrc Joseph, the slave, rose romantically und starve ?1" Rich.-One of the parvenu la. t first. The only places where grass couldbe and on foot, 400( miles. ( j .

Military; ( t. furnished ; expense' of the to be the ruler millions j there Moses, floating I can arrange that business nicely for dies of our village, hut wonderfully aristocrat j had were the extreme summits ofthe Sierra 1 look upon the feeling which induced me fo ;
interment of non-commissioned officers and soldier, in his cradle, is saved, in the ic in all domestic matters, was visiting u I lew j set out hum the as an inspiration. Had .1" '
hire of laborer in the quartermaster's department ; purest spiritof you, replied the knight of tho long klilr.-I where the sweeping winds kept the rocky camp =;, :! ,
lomance, by a daughter and like days since at Air.I G-'s, (all know the old I remained there wailing. the return of 'I
compensation of d'rk to the officers of the quarter- king's Do) youjust cut up and pack your hog early I ground bare, and where the men could not poor i.'i':
fnabter'.department ; cotpnsation to wagon and the hero of some earlier chivalry, Arthur and in the meriting, before any of the nei"h-! Major,) when, after tea, the following conver 1 live.i King's party, every man of us must have per. > ,

forage mast em ; authorized. by the act of the fifth of Merlin in one, breaks the bonds of his people bors i is stirring, and then swear that somebody I salmon occurred betxx-ren the' Major's excellent! I II I Below, in the tiinlfcrcd region,the animals i ished. 6' 1

July rehension> ,eighteen deserters hundred,and and thirty-eight.the ; (incident or the a to p- and founds a new and mighty nation ; there stole the critter in the night-time." old.fashioned lady and the top.not," in consequence I II could not get about, the snow poor being The morning afidr reacUng the Liftl Z

)their pursuit; I various expenditures expenses!necessary to was tho home of Dido, of Hannibal), the sceneofScipio'striumphJugurfha's Capital idea First rate !" exclaimed I I ofthe hired girl occupying a seat at' deep enough to bury them alive. It was instantly Colorado Puebla, (horses and supplies not be. ;

keep the first t and second regiment of dragoons the crimes ; there farmer Jones, chuckling and clrppmg his the table. apparent that we should lose every ing there,) Godey and I rode on to the Rio I

four companies of light artilhry and regiment of lived TertuJan. Athanasius, and Augustine ; lands with delight'* and you shall have a Mrs.-. Why :Mrs.- you do not one. I took my resolution immediately, and Hondo! and thence to Taos, about txveniy.fivo .

mounted of aifletnen (complete black smiths'including and shoeing the purrhasp toolshorse the romance the Moors dwelt there ; the spare rib for the hint." I allow your hired girl to eat with you at the determined to recross the mountain back to I miles, where xve found what xre needed ; and t

travelling and mule forges shoe, ?, iron, hire of veterinary Mir- last breath of the sainted Louis France was About the witching time of night, in .the table ? It's horrible." the valley of the Rio dtl Norle, dragging or the next morning Godey, with four Mexicans ,

peons, medicine fcr horse and mule!, two hundred I' drawn there ; and but a year has elapsed weo short hours ayant the .Mrs. n-. U Most certainly I do. You packing the baggage by men. With great thirty horses or mules and provisions, sat out I

and seVfnt' thousand dollars : since the last shout of the latent t 'hero of ro- according to Shakespeare, twal"-wlll churchyards know this has ever been my practice. It xxas labor the baggage was transported across the I on his return to the reliefoCVincentbaler'j .

and For second the purchase of of homes required the (fonr or the first t. rnance, Abd.cMvader, came faintly across the yawn," and the place with a naughty name so when you worked for me-don't you recollect I crest to the head springs of a little stream lead. party. I heard from'hini attho LittleColo, *, '

of light regiments artit) is the homo of the leviathan Ihe was a "cooler" silk and satin greatness left me, and pressed ori t&e next mornings _
riflemen, one hundred thousand dollars ; Afrca crafty, I butcher boy" might have been seen I| to destroy that line band of mules which : .
Fon constructing repairing, and enlarging barracks the unicorn the giraffe, the slight noiselessly dragging the carcas of def.ncl I or as the boys called it, codfish aris you saw me purchase last fall on the frontier I On the way'he received an accession of eight 4

wharves, quarters, hospitals, storehouses, HtahlE.\, antelope, scarce bigger than :cat, the earth. porker out of farmer Jones's shed, and, Ion" !I tocracy." And alter coloring and stammering of .Missouri. They generally kept huddled: i or ten horses, turned overto him by the orders ,
and way, at the several pobts and army depots elephant the unaccountable lion the she answered in a low voice, *; Y-e-s J ofMiijor Beailj: ofthe officer W
: ; 'for cantonments, gun-houses for shaking before old Sol was seen perched on the distant -I very I together ; ant!, as they froze, one would. be army commanding .
temporary buffalo. It i is the hoinctoo of I b-e.l.i-e.v-c i-t xv-a-s," and "sloped. nt this northern district of New Mexico ,
the protection of cannon including the necessary' all.conquering mountain.top, (the monarch of the sty was seen to tumble down and disappear under the ij4

tools and materials for the objects enumerated and the mysterious negro races, races yet lying reposilg-wel packed: and salted-in a bar- Jackson J'atriof. _._. driving snoxv. Sometimes they would! break From him I received the otter of every aid in _
for the authorzf furniture for barrack rooms of' dormant, in the germ ; destined perhaps, to rd cellar. -- -- off and rush down towards the limber till his power, and such actual- assistance: 'as Lo
lu.eommi officers and tndier! ; rent of rule this earth when our proud AngloSaxonblood Next The National Iidelligencer.-Re1errng' to Was able to render. Some_horses, vhch'be ',. T'
quarter for officers, barracks hopitalt for troops morning, as the butcher was passing the letter of a correspondent ofthe Baltimore I t stopped by the deep snow, where they were
where there are no public buildings for their accommodation is as corrupt as that of the descendants the f farmer's house, on the way to the slaughterhouse Sun, in which it WitS stated that Mr. Rullitt, I I hidden by the j onderie. The courage of had just recovered from the Utah'sVere loaned pa
; for storc-hf.us-cs for the safe keeping of Homer and Pericles. Old Jones cam running out, cryingat who some ofthe men began to fail. me, and he supplied me from the commissary'sdepartment '
military storm,and grounds for summer canton-I The Past Present and Future of Africaare the gentleman proposes establishing anew with provisions, which I could '
the top of his lungs. "I say, old f fellow, in has offered In this situation I determined to send in a f .
dollars menu and cncaupments, three hundred thousand I alike wrapped in mystery. Who can tell somebody Juts stole that hog, sire enough I" Whig! paper the Washington for city,: parly to the Spanish settlements of New Mexico have had nowhere else* .1 find myself in tm!
; Intelligencer 30,000
to purchase
For mileage, or the allowance made to officer for us of the childhood of dark-browcd Kgpt, You don't say so !" exclaimed the butch.. -the editors of that :- for provisions, and for mules to transportour 'midst of friends. With Carson is Jiving t".:

the transportation of thfm eh'el and baggage,when aquare.s1 ulderl and energetic ? Carthage, cr, in tones of deep surprise. In to the paper gentleman say who is namedin baggage. With economy, and after we Oxvcns Mat well is at his father-in-law's,
; on duty without troops seventy-five thou- the England ofthc world the rival of the It's fact I The justice doing prosperous business as a merchant and
trveUn I ol a by hoky hog is gone, this paragraph, we state that there i is no should leave the mules, we bad not two xveeks .
nne.loUirl. old world's ruler not hide and ldn-Ile contractor, for the troops. I remain here with .
ha even a romancing the livin Moses. provisions in the and these consisted
is by contained in the camp ;
the the assertion
transportation of the army, including truth in the para. old comrades while back .
these -
b'ipgage; of the tioops when moving either by land or Livy, still less an unwearied Niebuhr, to cx. Have you told any one ese besides me ?" graph that either he or 'his present as oci. of a reserve maccaroni, bacon, sugar, &c., Godey goes ; :
water; clothing c!mp, and garrison equipments plain her rise, and untangle the mysteries of asked the butcher. be have intended for the last extremity.. It vas indispensable because it was not necessaryTfbr f me to go .,
ates' xvhoever ,
''rora (the depot at Philadelphia and New York to her constitution. Of all the vast interior, the No I haint seen nobody else yet ; but it'sa.factl they may ever to send for relief. I asked f for with him, and it was_ necessary" forme to re. : ,, '

the several posts and army depot; of subsistence, Ahytsinias and] Soudans, what do we know Ly thunder! made any proposition or suggestion to us for volunteers for the service. } rom the many main, and preparethe means of resuming tha 4
from the place of purchase and 'from the places of the purchase of the National Intelligencer.In .-
dcliccry,under contracts, to such places as the er- more than the Punic merchants who, like us, "Thai's right," says the butcher ; stick toil justice to ourselves, xve state, further, hint that offered I choso! _King, Brackenridge, expedition, to California as, soon as he returns I

Motaav require it to bo sent : orordance ordnance dealt there, taking slaves, ivory, and gold ? like a good fellow, and there's no danger." the National Intelligencer could not at Creutzfeldt! and the guide, Williams : and with the men l behind. I expect him'on t4

ltorL,3Ic small arms, from the foundries to the att. And what can we hope hereafter to-see in But," protested the farmer, I aint jokin' bo bought for less than twice the sum anytime placed the party under the command of King, Wednesday evening, the 3Ist I inst.thisbing ii

1- : fortifcatiols, frontier fiobts, and army de. those immense, unknown lands ? God has nor nothin' of the kind. somebody haint with directions to send me an express in case Ihe 17th. -1 \, -
( ; ( and the dialed nor, at the present time, for .
ferriages any
4n Iot hire ;boric*, wagons, mules,oxen,carts purchase,drays, enabled th* European to drive the North actually stole that hog, I hope I may be frizzled amount; whatever, that any one in his senses ofthe least delay at the settlements. It was --.,-" r : I

"hips,and other pea-going rowels and boats for I the American, step by step, toward extinction, stewed, and fried into biled, scraps, and would be likely to offer for.it." the day after Christmas that this little party set As a preface to the memoranda quote '

transportation o tup plies and for carrison purposes; and has given our great continent for the full cawed up by monkeys." -..- out for relief. That day, like many Christ. below, an introductory geographical descrip. jj

"teamiters''r rqag. and cartage at .the teTeral post, hire of development and trial of whatever permanent I xmr heard a ttory told letter in ntyUfc/" EZilors.'Vith what a paragraphic lethe mas days for years past. was spent by me on tion of the route which Col.- F. intended to MaX
; transportation of 'tends (or the pay and the Caucasian but Af. reiterated the butcher the side ofthe mountain heart filled in his effort to rt"3chtbe Pacific evidently I
Jtber disbur rng departments the of sail- power aco possesses ; provoking with a sly daily newspaper writer looks upon everything wintry ; try pursue _
ins public tnnporl on the rariou; expenses rivers, the gulf rica he has preserved-for what ? For future wink to the farmer, and bursting into a sold Ibis' far in advance ofthe' grower with anxious thoughts and gloomy J reb dings. from the pen of Col. Benton, accompanies ,J

cit> !Mexico, tho Atlantic and Pacific ; and of( conquest I For an imported, foreign civilialion hor5e.1augh-"only keep a long face on the in his admiration of stupenduous squashes, You may be sure we contrasted it-xvith the .the letter. We have no space for it 4

procuring water at such posts a*,fiom their silua- bo entered and do Christmas home and made in full, }but gather from it that Col Fremont
'ion, / to through I.iheria mater and flick to it a you noand\ you'Hmaku and thinks much of how he may place a cut at many warm
dulharb require: i. ten hundred and 1it fj thousand Cape Colonies ? France and Britain are all Chnstendon believe it true, afore throat, or some such trifle under his editorial wishes for.yollr happiness. Could! you have passed above thc'Spanhh: peaks, and entered

For tn4ica and hospital departments, 1fly-t wo watching each other now along those burning long. Goo moning, farmer Jones !" head. Common fair dealing is exalted to looked into Apgrippa's glass (for a few, _moments the valley ofthe Del Norte, high up above 1-
thOusanddolharg watched hi --. You remember the volumes of the Mexican settlements and above Pike's. .
; sands as they once by ( icy 4 "* - fl 'unparalleled honesty, while achimney sweep's only

J'w> dollar urmament fortification. one 'hundred thou- rocks of Canada and Acadia; is it to end in Siamese Tirins.; -Surgical Operation-The. peccadillo grovels in moral turpitude. With Blackstone's Commentaries, which I took from stockade, and intended to follow the Del Nor. 1

.nr or r
one thousand(dollars cHnnnre; stores, and1plies one or both oftheso land.pirates ? Or does years with wives and children, on their own is happy to hear I sorry to say ; takes I|I it at our friend Brant's { They made my Christ Mountain chain through some pass there to bo

V,,, Clrtnt: hundre eXpflec of the ordnance, service, one the dark race in all its varieties possess a ca. plantation in North-Carolina arc._said to be pleasure to state : it has seldom been his lot ;-1 I mas amusements." I read them to pass the found. He was therefore, so to speak, going ; 4

thousand dol *r; pacity for understanding! and living out the on their way to ew.York, to embark for Eu. was jn error yesterday ; to day would call time, and t tr< l kill tho, _consciousness! of my situa into the foiks of ihe mountain-info the_ gorge T

.", r"e for hundred>*nur f.ure andsixtv of arm at the etionalarmoric deep meaning ofthe World's ruler, Chrstan! ropevth.aview to consult the most eminent your attention ; in ,fact, to me his own pert I tion. Cert, nJl"! jou may suppose that my of ttvo mountain i and. at great elevation
for the rJurr.has of Colt'"rtrolvingpi.tol, the t ly, a the offspring of thefollowers of Odin surgeons on .practicabllly of an operation language; he is a being more easily Imagined I first- t law tcs'ons-\\'ilI:{ be well rtm mbered. shown y-t the fact or'llhe;( great rivers which _

t., rJrLlv should deem it .dri i an4 never: did!, and never can.,,understand and act 'lodividojhe_ them tog th.pr. .I[than described.. The making up of hU mind, I "The party r Fjclie'fbeing gone, we.of the issue from
rpu..,I( tHy thcimnd dflal, It. ? It ;U further sau| that ong pf their sisters I which ho sometimes speak about, is mere camp occupied. ourselves in removing bag Mounlnins atithat( part:;the :Arkansas and 4. _

't "4"rlrrrtjr'.and ft.1111rnvrmtnn"ll:r!" \ .; ,'. r machine., If the old Fortran Sesoslris had'paused) .b.d bcgn adopted i into ihfl family) of the l m.flummery, hatinjr; no mind nfhis own to make gage and rquippagc town lbe\side of the Del NortcVn east,the-Grand*river. fort '" _

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LT C.n. .' .. ...I.4_ ,_ : --'
......., \1oit.a- lII.z : u i nTrLr r y7.?*' ,...
".ltV4'If ._.._... .iII' : :..."Wc-. when coIt vas matter .of not ,a little: concern The I'rcacn .. T
& for foil! term beginning
it was a I r
\\t .t. It \\S ill! ihiB !.dlllt-tp:!: h-ad, ot the i the de. ths nfAndrcwand Rohrer; and a HI. ) TUB FLOB1DIAN: fe JOUnN L. signed, Then, when the first Judges generally arrfong Southern men that during To justify the work decapiialien wLk i s

Del Nerte-where no tra\'t lIt'r had rvcrgonchefure tie further on, met Ferguson, who told them I they adjourned. elected, the last Congress, two whig members from now going on, t the whig papers say it ;is .
others were be.rCSS:1ry
S tint Col.! Fremont intended! to juts, that Headic! had He'd the night before. All A7 E.TrVAXwiLL! '&R. B. HILTON, declined, and afterwards .Messrs. Uucknsr and Adtmsrere found to equalize the offices. They !
for Ky.,
to Us lat !line BCTCS the continent, thf ilving were found-and saved-'Manut'i KDITOBS AV !. how is it made out ,that they were elected allfg9lhat

"' coniji'etn ijrvey his knowledge of tie country between among them, which looked like a icsurreciion ----,-_ :- -.-.-PROJnJTOn--- :--- vacancies, and not for five )'c:1rs-tbe full ;: usually voting with the Abolitionists on questions inasmuch as democrats before held nil
-- :
ihs 3li; Ssippi and the Pacific. -ind reduces the number of the dead I Saturday, May 5, _1 cz: term ? relating to slavery! in the Territories and the offices, it is only right that: removals

1 .third of the whole! party which a _- -- = It i* gratifying should take! place in order to
"T.I08, NEW Mexico. February G, 1S49. to ter.-ont --- -.: the Disirict Columbia. as some equality
few be'ore were scaling the invmifain: THE FHOST, &c.-A fiiend in Alachua Government Patronage. between
days in parties. There
After a long delay, which had veaiirdjrcc ) i an indication of public sentiment Ky., to might be something

Jo duo! poin: of resolving to set out aj inmIrrlr. I with me and feet battling in: the air.with the elements! twelve! ,j jGtwley wlites us on the 25h; April, that 11u recent For a long while past this matter of patro.1 i know that on their return home,condemnation in this, if it were true ; but it j is strings such

; lidings !have at j ia.,! mittdnie: from I thousand' iad: nrcornpli
lay ill fated: party.: rl"op'p'a' ; fjrther set vice had beenpresciibed.him. ;i caused h immense destruction" of the youngcorn complaint, on the part of our whig opponents.They ihem with infamy, for their treachery. The lion, when, if it had been, there would not i lo

** Mr. Vincent night before IKler icieh came the in Little last ni Colorado :ht., that r.r going lo the camp on the river, :tt tt /j and) cotton in that county. That, together have spoken despairingly of its powerful following overwhelming rebuke, with the con. exhibited at this time rjch a wanton contradiction .

fitvrngtnr t the base of t ihe great mountain recover the with the drought, which -Continued! influence, and its tendencies._ It was of
"' *ritlern'! >nt. with thtee, or four thcs.- of the baggapp, secreted there. eluding paragraph'will be read with iQterest practice and profession.

InsJudii!" )lr. Kings' and Mr. Prom, we most With valuably some Mexicans and pack mules he went I Ion }had thrown the planters greatly bchindhandin not enough that they hculd point out alleged | by our readers. In reference to this excuse, the Z2zio gives

bate IOM four their But most of them were fortu. instances of,the abuse of its exercise, but I hey
eleven ( party. ; and this is the hsl yet heard of him. ; crops. j BUCKNER AND ADAMS REPUDIATED. a list of ihirty-three Chief Clerkships in four :

** Occurrrn?es. since I ]left them! are IJrief.1 Vincent Haier! with Martin and Bacon, all'' nute in having seed at their gins J fir replant. have regarded the thing itself-the President's Green Adams has already been forced by of the Departments Washington. Mr. t

I/these, !l n far nl the) corne within the and cotton horseback, have I IjKl Ij and have favorable of and removal er
on foot, bringing ,. ing, if they can seasons extensive power appointment | public sentiment to decline a canvass for re. Polk- filled
of Mr. hater : I say briefly, IJe au.a 1am I I twenty-one by whig?, and tvtke :
edge outside Pueblo! the
t to arrived the on I
j( be able raise who election from the Mountain District and
et lo a good and Any one we
force mind to dwell they may ) pretty as corrupting dangerous.: ; democrats. This
now unwilling my : ) by certainly gives
Colorado. Provisions fur their support, ] very Jit- I
informed both letter and
the details! of what has been blJtr r.cJ.-i left for iciop.i i has heard their orators, or read their papers, are by by Whig tie countenance such
upon and !horses for their transport, were j i from Buckner's District, that he also is as to an excuse. Indeed, j
--- ------ ---- -
1 need reprieve from terrible contemplations this: the others ; who} preferred to remain where j 1 i Appointments by the President. will remember bow much eloquence they "dead as a pickled; herring." it seems from this that the real and modest !;

lam absolutely attonithed succession at of prsilat3c4rnibror1uxetLis calamities: they were, regain: ; come s'rcngth, till God,.) :;I We neglected last week to notice; that Dr. have expended upon this subject. Already Josh Bell i is pushing him from the complaint J9, that Mr. Polk did not fill all ths

( : should! ] get back. At the latent, they would S. \\'. SPKNCEB Collector at Looking back to these things it was to be high place which he so shamefully disgraced offices
which no catoor vigilance of mine could fore. reached the little Pueblo! last night... .palachio : a I I \;bigsV! cU,that will do.
; have and] efficient officer removed, expected, when they got the power in iheir in Congress, and the knell of his political
ece or prevent. hater' came on to relieve my anxieties I j I good was to Willing as we are that the work should!
.* You .ilt remember that I l had left th' hands, that would correct its tendency death is already ringing out clearly its: merry go
for I wjuntl i make for B. S. HAWLEY own they
and did well in so doing ; f was up way Ksq. I was 1 peals. on, we must object to this use of false! pretences .
camp (twenty-three men) when I lliel off with to the point <#f telling out again. When God- the Doctor's crime to be a staunch democrat, to overgrown influence, curtail its range, !! it. Jilt is I
of i Scorned and bused, ar.d hooted by his Dis justify it should
Godey, Preus?, and my seivant, in search mofrom him all the circumstances I wrong net ;
King and succor, with directions about the J ey returns I shall in detail to understandclearic' 1 and his successor's fortune lo be as launch a 1 ar.d check its insidious progress in despoiling I t net,and loathed by t the whole State, he should be saddled upon Mr. Polk'! -it would be Lard ;

sufficient about sufficiently the of" honest our institutions of their original features of, bury himself! the mountains from the face of :
baggage, and with occupation thing. But it will not be ne. j i \hig. Only no-parly" doings that the whigs should load him with so many

JUt employ; : ihetn! for. three or four days after CCf's\y: every to i tell!i you anything further. You Old Zackthat'.s! all.t i purity and simplicity. Nothing less could! his ths betrayer tender! embraces cohstituenls, or fly fur of sympathyto Ohio. sins of his own, and t then require that he

M-hich Within they!that were time I to expected follow me relief down horn the King's river. i have tho results: and sorrow enough in reading I We have this week to chronicle thE following I II i. have been expected by those who put any. "Truth is omnipotent Giddings, and public justice should bear their's also. Yet t this is the state

party, if it came at all. They remained tcvcndiys them. I :appointments of Timber Agents for our : faith in the sincerity cf their denunciations against certain," and never was it more fully verified of the case. Do the work boldly, and bear '
I I have made my preparations to proceed. democratic rulers. Yet, what do we ihan i in ihe fate arch"traiton
Mailed their State : i these two the
and then : scRntprovisioas : responsibility-:that i is the Never
uld Gila load
follow the way.
\ I shall hato :
.\about exhausted, and the dead mules on :,. and to !be in Callifoinia 1 K.:: I). Tracy, "or. the Atlantic: Coast, East I see 1 Are there are any indications of improvement Adams and Buckner. cloak it with the faults of other Never fol. !
hall rapidly, expect I "
tbo western tide of the great Sierra buried under move I Florida.: .. I II in those uses of the patronage of .I Honor to the Whigs of their Districts for the
: in March] and to find letters from t I prompt and patriotic manner in which they low wiong practices, because others do-fbl.
now. \ home. I John Watcrston! for the Gulf! Coast, East I the Government which they so loudly condemned I have thus these: the ]lesson low them in .
** SIanuue! will remember Munnuelu ] i taught gentlemen a true spirit defiance, and openly
-( I
you .! I'Vhnniy 1U-G-dey! has got 'back. He :i I Florida.haac I. ? On the contrary, are they not doing j: of I the traitor's: doom.
Christian Indian oithe! 'osumne fiibe, in I I acknowledge it is from choice. Daringly
ihe valley ot'the Jaoquin)-gavo way to a :I i did not succeed in furniture.recovering any oftliR baggage I I Townsend, for Middle Florida. those very things for which democrats It is worth the temporary degradation which throw lo the winds all pledges and promises,
thing was
frcliag of dekpair aflr they had moved about j[i I or camp few livery which 1 had Daniel) G. McLean, for West Florid when in power, were angrily reviled ? They Kentucky Las suilered in the persons of these but
never forced
things such
i lost s >me an
except say opponent con
two to witness the in which
nn'ies. and and begged Vincent Haer wholesale removals democrats vipers, manner
two The of the Antonio Collins fur the Live Oak Plantations. arc making! ,
: dowti the river. ,
I brought to I duct-that is
} whom I had left in command, to shoot! ;; tl'pth they base: been received by their constitu. craven and unmanly. Such
in their
:IMIOW made it impossible for him to t the} I and appointing whigs places. They
turn. Failing to find death in that form, he I ents. haughty resoluteness! might inspire seme respect .
turned and nude his way back to the! cann, :I amp at the inountfiin. where the m(1 had I Three Democrats Maj. John L. Ta\ior, an uing the patronage oi the Government I They have ben utterly" and irretrievably .I whereas frivolous apologies inspire a
I had
the wreck
:: the baggage. Acnidit 1 ,
die there which lie douUlc&socn le/t J and | for parly purposes. They are strengtheningthe crushed. No particle sympathy is felt for
intending; to ; East:: :"hl W. Rochelle, E.'q.: West t, i different
the tbriune to have large vlfurgat! ortravelling j very feeling.
good I
t them throughout the whole and breadth,
did. I cords of their party by rewarding length
liuuk-the double one which youpaekdand I James M. Long, E:q., Live Oak ; lsIhai i
**Tfce f irty moved (n. and at ten miles 'I I their l'al'l"lahorcrs with offices. What is this of our noble Commonwea'lh.' Even ihe THE REPCBLlc.-In ihe Prospectus fr
was about to .walk! the to make for 1
plank" room
lbt all I descend the lowerdeep"
Wise out-threw bis Jand. emancipators scorn to to '
gave away gun "SAVf.v : February 17 .-In tlc but the same use official patronage against their new paper at Washington, Messrs. Bui-
: | these five whigs. will }be noticed also that of and into which
blanket)! -aud, a few bundled yaids (lurther, j I I contempt infamy
midst; of hurried movements, aud in the diilijcult their to I lilt and Sargent it will be devoted the
which they made strongest appeals these of and Gou have. say to
icJl over into the $nt w, and died. Two In. ; i f four offices. have been made out of two, by i coadjutors Giddings ,

d1a.n Doys.-ct>iiitrymen of aMnuel-\"ere be-" i endeavor to get a party line 11 Marled that tngeth-1 those who have so ]long railed against the patronage i the people T. Whether right or wrong, we do I sunk themselves. doctrines which prevailed in the late presidential .

3ind. They came upon him-rolled him up | cr, I cal only w.it a gay am the net now enquire. If right in their denunciations Josh Bell now walks erect over the tomb of canvass." What are they ? It will
Calit I will of Major Taylor
well nnJ to
on Go\'crmcnt.
in his blanket] and buried him in the snow, on Im'il 1ia. I in i Buckner, and chuckles at the folly of Ihe only the principles which Gen. .
culpable now doing support on Taylor
leave iSanUi Fe this exening. sole f for East Florida and Mr.Rochelle they are grossly
The bank! (f the river. I I was _Agent, I i man in the District who stood between the "
-- for West Florida all West I the same ihing. If wrong, it was a liypocrit- wind and his came into power. And what are they 1
AO ether died that! a.'O1C the n:01t.\\ Punishment; i17' .--Yejf: YurVin including j nobility. f
.'Carver raved: timing the night-his im- \I j Capital the Olden mc.-That at ( volume! I of the Suwannee, which takes! in Middle Florida. I ical use of error 1 by no means creditable to I The friends ofthe South and of the Constitutional -!, It will be the organ of no person or party,or i

fj nalion; bully occupied: with, images of. ,-Valentine's :Manual i of the'lcclcllt CflIHICn Council j, Of course, this "division" oldie spoils I I their vaunted character cf fair-dealing with I Rights of the South, may rest assured II fraction of a party." We venture to say, if II

many thirty* which l he landed. lira; efto! I IK I -for the preMMii :>ear, contains many cii.sbus was not mad to reward any friends." I the people.But 1 that Kentucky will never desert them, or long I the new paper sticks to this fore.shadowing,it

N1i" In the rnorr.ing he wandered off and !: things; in the form of extract! from the I -,- -- -- : I we designed more particularly lo say :suffer even her most cherished sons to barter will furnish literary curiosities" without

|*robuby! soon died tie was nut teen again. | ;old rcc-'rds if public CJtCt s. Among them The May Party. I something in reference to the extent of this \ 'her Rights and Honor to the ortherncr.The .- number, during the next four years, for the '
**SoreJ oothix day (the I fourth from tle camp) of in the criminal I storm which has been brewing, ar.d is
copies proceedings : We the had fur
I.arc room we set a
laid dwvn to die. They built him a fire, and From these it that i pare apart patronage. Something alleged to be so bad now raging in Kentucky, will only! serve to I amusement of our neighbor. The Washing.
Morio, "au'a'l ii: a ding: condition, and |,I'!cour turning, used to be papers fivorite method nf pcr. talk about this delightful occasion, to our correspondent !, in itself, ought of course to be strictly confined purify the political atmosphere, and Kentucky ton correspondent of the Charleston Courier,
blind; rentaiw'J with him. These two .O.ie of the Company." His will soon again take her place with her sis. I need be '
Jtt\ jpruuably j tunning capital punishment.: We give .11| within existing; limits. Yet, such is not the as Taylorish as ,says on the subject :
di id io* last tiil the ne\t morn t g.Tfcat .-- : sample of these n'corh-: '' stars of the evening," both of the lesser and i i of lers of ihe South, and stand prepared to battle ( Thus we shall! have here three organsone ':
evening; (I tiiiak it was) Ilubbard 'killed ( *.' At n Court held fii the tQ'allfn r and I the greater migr'tu'Je: may not bathe: stars" i practice cur opponents.of side by side with them for the Rights guaranteed representing administration as it would ,:
Look, for instance, at the course things I .
alike all the Constitution.Luzds.rule
-5 a;;.deer.They luiian f1:1S attlie City Hall of Xew.Yotk: every one ; but that i is a matter he alone : to by be ifit adhered to the principles of the late
travelled getting here and then !' t here in cur own State. The Taylor Cabinet ; Chronicle.
on. the 10th day of Anno'Domini i ;
o!i Twvlay, Apri', be for. ourselves canvass ; another representing it as it should!
must teeponsiblc Being \j ---- -- -----" ---- -
a grouse, but nothing else the dep *aow ia | 1712. Dum Regina vs. Toai the: | are parcelling out offices at a most wonderful Pledges and Performances. be in whig opinion ; and a third representing

he valley! having driven off the ganw.'S : I{ negro manlave: N'cholas: Ho e\'ell. Pre. I, two of ihe company: ," and not overmuch | rate. Where there was but one office before, 44 The vested in the President it as it is or may be, in the different phases

The fctate of the party became desperate, j sent, Caleb hIeuUcote'ihliamn Smith, Ivl- ,I blind, we saw: with gladness that the "hole they now have two. Where this thing of imposes appointing delicate power and onerous duties. So which it may assume. It is reasonable to as.

and brought Hater to the deteravnilion of ward') lac, I qrs.Justice Qnor. The do- scene, from beginning lo end, wa" one of joy, | much far as it is possible to be informed. I shall sume that they will be at loggerheads with :
so deadly, so
order them ft so d-ingcrous:
breaking it up, to prevent inn f being brought to tha B.irr. and patronage each other for the three will!!
: merriment and The wee.wee j i make and agree no
pleasure. honesty, capacity, fidelity, indispensable
living upon each other. He told them that nothing to hirmclf why j'lJgment feared, operated through one man, it now op. than the do "
having two
say : now. i
rr I ones" were a bright and beautiful l train, and pre-requisites for the bestowal of office ; .
'be had done all he could for them-that they .
of death *houH not pass against him :according I'I'i crates llnough two. Where democrats rewarded ---- -
other than the I i those who took the trouble to mate the and the absence of cither of these qualities HEIRS WAX1'W.-Josia.h I
lad m hope remaining expected I : to the verdict, tc., it is considered neccs3ary the Taylorites. whose leadcr I Q. Brown, an
; one man, shall: be deemed sufficient for removal. "
JClief: and shut, the best plan was to scatter by the! Court that he be c.nryeJ; from henceto i: arrangements: and decorations for them, |I I cause American: but who has resided at Calcutta I
.. had no friends to reward, cnly reward j -(nvieral Tuylvr's Inaugural.
and make tbo bet t of their way, each, as the pace! from whence he calC, and from i which they did in tasteful and elegant style, I for 20 years, died there on the 5th of S -ptemb.r .
1cotiId1! d!'itrn the river ; that, for himself; thence to the place: : of execution, and there I' two This has been the action, as will be I Ii As a Citing comment upon this tex vr

:Ifhc was Jo be men ho would, at all events, J.P burned with a slow fire, that: he may COI.: I arc entitled to the warm thanks of the comi ,. seen under our notice of the Florida. tppoint. !give the l following! from the Commonwealth, 1 1817, lcavi": r hrg* and valuable estate,

'" *1 ljfouijd tra t'lling when! he did die. This adJreTs j i inunity. I.I.I i : which will be inherited (by his rcierivcs in
'I' tinue in torment for eight or ten hours, and I meats, in reference to the Timber Agencies. the leading Whig paper of the capital ofKrn-
had its cOecu; Ttey accordingly : -- -- I I'I I, :ho United States. The Calcutta Journal
sep. continue in said: Cm until ho be dead '
burning rrms c Offices. ; And this is not all. The office of Sub.In. lucky, and Ihe organ Governor Crittendsn,

;t : and consumed 1 lo bes." Here is another 1'I
,1flttJ.Wii! Haler contlirued five others Scott, thesa records -a: In the matter. of discussion. between the i, milan Agent, as noticed last week, has not on an appointment by General Taylor from I says :

.* 1: uMnrJ, :Martin! na('0.1,(me other, and the *. i)'>m. Regiua: vs. Furnis, the negro manxlaveoflluthShepard. Pmacola Gazelle and ourselves, which hasI |I heretofore had a separate existence. Its duI that State : I II I(I large"' Ilk tracts most of land valuable purchased possessions from: the are BrirI the.
nvn. Cosumnc Indian boys. j 1 The defendant) : Fur I been lahen! up by the Sentinel, in relation to I i ties, we }believe, were cli discharged an officer I 44 BENJAMIN B. hEKIu.-Among: the !I, ish in the island of Celon as also the extensive .

rctrertloW{ 'became despondent and slop.pd. : nis, being brought to the barr: and having !! the office of Secretary of State: the simple! 'i I of the army, and withovt any extra charge as appointments announced in our paper to.day 'I grounds on the bordets of the Hoogly.

Haler reminded him of his fitni\-! and nothing) to say for !hinwlf why judgment 'to : |point now at issue' is-whether Mr. Downingwas I i i I is stated by a cotemporary. It is now made will be found that of4 Benjamin B Meeker, oftKenlIckJ"'to i' near Calcutta, having obtained authority of
and hold their sake.
urged him to try out lor death bhuuM! him be ofthe United States i
i I sutler not pus against according one judg. \ the these land the
Housed by this appeal to his tenderest aMec- I to the verdict, fcc., it is considered: : I elected for fouryears commence at the a distinct office, and! filled by a Taylor elector. es for the Territory ofMinesnta. As friends !i when Mogul the Briish lo purchase first at time

lion; ?, the unfortunate, man moved forward; but i if by the Court that he be carryod: from hence close of the sc *inn of the General Assembly, i This is another instance: of the eagerness of! of the administration, and as guardians, in an ,I I this : sought acquisition in,.
have found
territory. Papers been l gi
c1\! and soon begin: to fill b"!hind. On a whence he awl !| or for Ihl time to commence when Mr. I humble of '!'
to the ;place! from came, from I ; are ;: the present administration I to widen I b"inflij-1 j I way, Kentucky honor and interests, ing an account ot his early life, and stating \

Ibither&ppeal he promiicd to f fuilow, and to i thence to the place execution, ar.d there l J Archer's unexpired term ends? The Governor j' ence of the government patronage. Is this we cannot let this appointment pass in silence.'. his wishes in relation to his estate, and forwarded .
overtake them at cnin with fire until he !be dead and consum: We do not believe it has been obtained with. j!
acted the latter construction which .
the American Consul
i] upon deleterious : to at LiverI
really so as our whig
** Haler, Scott, Ilubbard, and Martin now I Illfec hcs." patronage out some imposition upon the administration.We I "
jigreed that if one of them should give leaving vacancy not filled by the legislature friends have all along! proclaimed 1 How i pool.
any A negro titan slave, named Mars, was triedat I do net know and we cannot hear of any

.ut the otl1l'rs't re not to wait f for him to die, I about the same time, for committing an as- I required him to make an appointment.j .- they must be shocked at the disposition now person in Kentucky who has ever proposed or i J- We see it stated that Col.! n m. T.

2ot to Jludl on, and try and tav themselves. and ,the of Kphraim j ( stress these lay the word I of Mr. Meeker for such
saul battery upon person one papers upon :! manifested enlarge it What a cry of horror even thought an STOCKTON, of Quincy, has been appointed by
Soon this mournful covenant had to be kept. f He found and Ho has not the of omee.1 il
Pierson.; was guilty, re-appointrnent" amounts to nothing, for i i they will raise reputation a lawyer the President one of the Board Visitors to
Hut let events.
me not anticipate the record, Theifore it iscon&ideied lithe might be supposed to bring him
fyr each day i is the sonow thereof says court t I bat thc fall) negro Mats I: on time\I was only appointing limB tame: person to (! a Though we care nothing of the prcscrp.lion range of such an appointment, and common I I West Point, which meets on the 4th. cf June.

*. At nigM' Kerne's encamped a few I vacancy, when" it was in his I discretion] lo of the administration
patty hixthday of August afbrqf aid belwen the hours present except so fame decs not speak flatteringly of his mentalor i

hundred jurd* hOrn Ilah-rV, with the iien-: | often and twelve in tlc, forenoon of the sameday choose him or some one else.) Nobody far as it shows an utter disregard of the Taylor moral qualifications for it. We say, then, !I Late Frost-The Cotton Killed.-' ester.I .

II tlou, according to Taplin icmain: where t tueyweie I : he firiplwc Croltle middle upward*, r.ndjtyed I doubts his right 1 lo fill vacancy, and that was I professions, yet there i is something in this we think there has been some imposition prac. !I I terday morning ((16th April) a white frost was
until the relief huud! and in Ihe. 1 experienced in this section, which entirely .
com t the : and tised the President his
at and cabinet about
t lo 1 : City he considered himself : upon
Cl 1 al doing.
tai of offices which}
&1 i mode increasing a worse
live those who had died I i puts destroyed the cotton on the highlands
mean: : limo to upun be drawn fi(liii 1 thence to Broadway, a lld from this mattl'r.0 have learned that Mr. M. young
mid upon the weaker l ones as they should die. thence to the CwtOI Hcm.c, Illn to \\ til.st., His opponents, however, say there was novacaimey face upon this proscription than it might otherwise did, in 1810, when he was a tcacher, not a and materially injured, ifit did not destroy, the

\'4th this patty, were the three brothers and fi nut thence to the City I Hall again, ai d : ., and] thai Mr. Downing should! }have wear. It 101i'crJ like using and arranging lawyer, obtain fron; gentlemen of standing in corn. This is a verY unusual occurrence,and I

Kerne, Captain:. Cathcait t,- Mclvie, A ndre vs. that be be whipped upon the naked,back ten I gone: into cilice at (he end of ihe session. At offices more for mere party this State some recommendation to General added to tho other mishops which have beta! I
. purpose .. .. len ia this tion-tbe !
and I do ; know that planters high waters
Stepperft-Idt Taplin. no ; 'I lashes at the corner ot every sret lie hal ;It t hat lime there was certainly : part: of )f r.Aicher's \ :than l for anything else-very like bending the I Harrison ulminitration tor a clerkship, or
Ilhave all the names: of this -the cholera, &c. will cause this year to belong
gel party. that he be afterward for other inferior office. Could these
** discharged j some
puss all : term of four unexpired. If .
** years of the to schemes
energies government unfortunate
Ftrgusonfancl Beadle had remained: to. remembered a? a particularly
from his imprisonment! paying fees, &c. have been used to obtain a judgeship in
gether behind, 't In the evening, H011rcr carne I Tin ce slaves, named Clause Robin Quaco I hat was not a vacancy, it is difficult to define of party perpetuation. Surely this is very difTer. IS-19 ?1"And one.Ve learn that the cotton in the valleysand

and r mahi cj''jn Kerne's party.: Hitler I what one is. from the that swamps is materially injured, but that
up and Sam: were tried and convicted ofthe ent promises were made. Patronage another of the same class, from the
]Icaint aftcr\\'ardsfi'um some of ihe part that der of Adrian no llanJt. On lur.\\ But, it is not our design to argue the point.v& was to be nothing-party was to bo there will be tolerable 44 stands," without re.
State Col. R. T. Allen be
Rob: rer and A wire! tv& wandered offlhe next sentenced f.llows .Clause same ; to collector planting. Cotton seed was in great demand
court as : notice it for a different, The
indivi lual
morning and died. They say they taw their to be broke alive upon a wheel!, and so conlinite purpose. nothing- interests were to be no. of customs in California, whose appointment I in our market yesterday.Vicksburg Sentinel, 11
I It constitution made it the of ihs first t Gene.
bodies. duty thing ; everything done was to have relation the Louisville Courier of the nth inst.11ierdeen .
t languishing until !he be lead, and his a leading Whig paper,
*. Hater's continued After (few ral Assembly to elect Judges Corjice years.- to the National How -- ..
July on. a head and quarters lo be at the Queen's" dispo) solely welfare. idly introduces thus significantly to the public :
bours Hcbbard gatfi out. Accordingto th-s sal. Robbin to be hung up in chains alive This was done but two of them declining to sounds this tale now. How like a delusion 44 the list which ,Hss, April 10.-Yesterday morning
Among appointments we I we had a little snow storm for an hour
he left die but
comfort agreement ascould was be given to him., They wjlh built such hima anti so lo continue without any ustnancl( accept, i became necessary that subsequent a trick. It will be well if the talent which publish this morning, our readers will observe I or two, and this morning we had one of the

until he be dead. Quaco to be burnt with legislatures should! elect. Now what is the that cf Col l R. Allen late ,
fire and gathered him some wood, nnJ then until he be dead and consumed and Sam I contrived it docs not overleap itself and by T. of the Kentucky most killing frosts l I ever saw. Every thing

left him-\\'ithoulturnilg: their bends, as Ha. fire term of office of ihose Judges last elected 1- an unduo increase of government patronage, Military Institute. \Ve trust that the report 'that could be affected by frost has been killed,
be 1, the tieck&c.I
Icr kajs: to look! at him Jis they went ( I. to hanged ) _t lithe Gazelle and Sentinel arc right! about the really create the danger which has hereto may prove incorrect ; but ifit is true, we l fear including hickory trees. The mercury stoodat

** .About miles further Scott The Peculiar Iiulilitlians of Xorlh.Forly.Mjven .- General Taylor has been outrageously imposed 32 degrees. Some ar' replanting corn,
two -you remember tIe otfice of Secretary of State, then it seems fore existed: only in partisan imagination.
him|; he used to shoot birds for you on families occupied upper Mo- upon. lithe reports concerning some and some will not have seed to replant their
clear tint! when these elected
the frontier-bogav* out. JJA was another i rica of n building in Jefferson hloc", Ann Judges were --- --- nfCoI. Allen's recent transactions are true, he cotton. It is impossible for us to make a good

4 of tile four who hud covenanted against wdt.1 Ktreet, Boston, where a fire on Tuesday they acquired an office of five years' duration er Gen. Cass' advice to Mr. Polk on the certainly should be the last man appointed to crop this year, even with a favotable! season.

I ngor (': C!"olher. The survivors did for him n'ght.' In borne single rooms there were from the date of their election. There could night of the adjournment Congress to veto a responsible station ; and we think it behooves No rain for the last twenty.two days, and a

k had done for Hubbard and living tix i or seven person, the of be I the General the President to institute inquiries at dry ahead.
"c: as they passedon. property I no vacancies here any more than in the Appopriation bill, in case a proviso prospect
each family consisting of a bed, a few chairs, once in regard to Col. Allen's character and
other To make like consistency from the Territories .
4 case. excluding slavery new
.' In the a fit moon the two Indian boys I a Ktove, and a Anv articles crockery. Hap. anything standing. The questions : Is he honest ? Annexation Repudiated in the Canada Leg.

went ahead-blessed be them boys !-and'' pily they xvore not rntircly burnt, though tile t therefore, our worthy colemporaries should be tacked on to it, is terribly an. is ho faithful" should be satisfactorily answered i"lature.-In the Canada Legislature on Saturday .

S :' before nightfall) met Godey with the relief.- apothecary store of WakefeJ& ('u. in the will have: to hold that Judge Douglas and noying to the Jacksonville Republican. We before any commission is given to week, while the tariff question was under -

f lie had gone on with all speed. The boys 'I basement: ; was, n wel n' others. Judge Lancaster were not elected to fill vacancies know not when we have seen such tremendous anybody." discussion the subject annexation; was

'",, gave him the news. lie fired signal gans to j I On 'Jhurschninht, in the same city, a (for, according to their modo of con. fuming aud raving over so small a mat. -Louisville---Chronicle.--- -- |,, casually alluded to, when Mr. Blake, Solicitor 1.

notify.Ilis approach. Haler heard the !'woman, Saner'', who had been ;' General, rose and spoke as follows :
: guns, : slruclion, there were none) but for a full ter. The foundation of this wrath to'
to tho watch seems We have received a under the above that such a proposal
- and knew the crack of our rifles, and felt that ejected from a house, was taken paper He deeply regretted

relief had come. This night wa the first of i for lodging,leading a lillle girl wiJ! one hand, term.Yet be the fact, that the veto of iho Appropriation name lately commenced in Louisville Ky.It .- should have emanated from any political par.

hope and joy. Early in the morning, with while inlhc other she had a c containing if we remember rihtlJ such was not Bill would have imposed upon Taylor the is opposed to Abolition and Emancipationand ty, or from any section ofthe province. The

the firtt light, GoJey in ihe trail the infant apparently two or three time of the of I. darkest day for Canada would be that on
gray was I :1 opinion whigs nor necessity of calling an extra Session of Con. in favor of the election of all officers by ,houldleave !
and and the weckr old.JJriclz. which the last ofthe British troops
soon met Haley wreck of his
cotemporaries infer therefore that
our greSd.Ve to
prevent the people. We welcome the Chronicle he should
asa shores. Ho trusted that
1 hear her !
party Jowly advancing. they all Candor. Did attend church
you upcn a very different view. Else, why did a such a contingency, the Appropriation Bill valuable addition to list. An and he believed the sentiments .
cried! together like children-these men of i- lo-day, I charged 1" inquired an old our exchange never see that day,
j ron ncncs and lion heartshen dangers planter of a ono of Ins alavcsas you ho returned to whig caucus fix upon four Judges to be elected? should have been approved by tho President, exciting and deeply interest Canvass is now he bad uttered would bo responded"toby

were to be faced or hardships to be. conquered.I his dwelling. And why did, our cotemporaries express dis. in the opinion of our clever cotemporary, even going on in Kentucky for members of the every honorable member in Ih1I1ouse. *

They were all children in this moment ufr.id- 1 "Sarlin, mass: ," was Cujo's reply, an appointment and dissatisfaction that the election bad slavery been excluded from New Mexico Convention to remodel the Constitution.Two .- The speech was received and Mr. Blakeis
led hearts. Succor was soon dealt out to what two big dat preacher did from all quarters cube House,
story for the had It will! be and
4 Judges was not 1 a California thereby. It'such bo his opin. of the most to
ihete few first met ; and Godey wilh his re. tell." important questions likely one ofthe disafiected party.
matter of some interest to see by what nicety ion, we hope we shall not him, by dissentlng. that the election ._
I Haler enrago by
lid, and accompained by who turned Hush, Cudjo, yot mustn't talk that way ; engage body are judges are

back, hurriedly" followed the back trail in what stories are they 1" of legal construction they will establish a dis. We would see not one, but many the people and the Abolition of ala vcr)'. We Regiment of Mounted Rifamcn.-We command

f ofthe Jiving and ihedead, scattered in the rear. Why, he tell do p opl.nqman can sarve tinction justify their inconsistency. In the extra sesSions held, rather than the approval hail with great pleasure the establishment in informed that this regiment, under the LeTtn
They.camctoScoUfirat. lie wasyet alive, and two massas ; now dis de"fuss story, kaso you one case the term was four years, in the oth. by the President of any law which forbids hands of decided ability, of a press whose 'of Col. Loring the\will 10th leave of IaY.. J\r
is saved: 1 They came to Hubbard next : he see old Cudjo sarve yo ";my old massa, and worth for Oregon by It
was dead but still warm. These were the onJy also! young massa John.- Den de preachersays crs, five. As to the first, they say there w&s Southern people, by whose blood, and treas. views on both "subjects we deem correct. It companies; of ibis regiment are to be; Itt| '
- ones of Haler party iha ,_had been left. he ", lub do one and hate the other,' no vacancy, and when the legislature elected ures this .country. was. principally, acquired cannot fail to exert great influence in the con-. ,Fort Laramie, and two at Bear I River.*<

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[toa run rtosiri S- JOURNAL J modore'BalrOn, Both it era tcverclv woun like the movement, after all, and aid some Great Bargains -Real Estate.T Suwannee Lower Mineral Springs, ment shall hire been or shall bmaller be maoV lo 4

MAT-DAT. I tied. hnid things it is hinted, which have icache.d WILL sell my plantation, G40 acres.ljrje 'unite any to which person he above-mentioned wa not enfitlr on by account law, such of clothing payment, .- .

.%._By telegraph we learn that on Scott's cars.Vellthe. A North t>l Tallehassee' finely watered, more than shall be deducted f tiara the value of his horse or iccoutremfnt.s. -
Messrs Editors :-Arcordin lo a very ancicut \ of love did one half standing in t tinober,rich hammock, at 6 00 ."
course true never ron
the 27ih the mob burned the house and
and of acre. Also, house and los! in Tallahassee
cu.lom, the ymzng gay portion per my To establish a chirn under tl is proTtsinn lie -
/{. /
smooth. \\ hc.nei PraciJencc ( )
hold Lafonlaine. one of the leaders ot' the for IfJO.) 2Yra. -One third Cashthe balance in
with fair (
pprinklins claimant most adduce Ihee'ideneeoftbe 4.flcernj,
our community, a -
folks, atvmV'fii i the Capitol wi Tuesday French party, and broke! the windows of other Republican IferalJ.Hon. two'0-equal annual inMallo.ent! (iota 1st January" COLUMBIA COUNTY, der whose crmmand he served when t theloseoccur. ij-

the dwellings, and committed many other acts > JOHN p.DcVAL. This reel known Fountain of Life it again in its red, if alive: or, if dead, then of the next surviving i
evening !bit f. r the purpose celebrating Henry Clay, on the 14th, addressed Bet Air, May ,, 1S-I.> 13
officer describing the value Iteieof
of violence. property,
A held
meeting the
was at Clory.yyiHE
mouth of the
advent of that most charming of the citizens of Fayette .
a meeting the lime of entrrirtg the service, the lime and man* .
whok! year. May. JVoni the interest and soJicitaJe Champ dc Mars, at which resolutions wen couutr, Ky. opposed to the perpetuation of slavery Plantation for Sale. subscriber respectfully lender his sincere ne-in which the }happened1and whether T nor
ii thanks his friends and the generally
to public
passed praying the Home Government lo recall qMIE bscriber ofiers /for ale his Plantation il sustained without faclt
evinced by a numbr r dour most re. 'in that State. A large delegation was for takes this to-in was any cr residence on C
to the Lord ELGIN. The speeches the meet- J. kn-mn as the Blue Hamtnncksituated upon Little past patroniseand opportunity the claimant's part. The evidence should Iio. incase > 1 ; t
fpecftblo- families ia regard proper arlangement appointed to the emancipation convention at form them that he has made considerable improvement
Gadsden Countycontaining 1 $ the claimant rrmnuntrd, thelossstat.
1,30 was
advised moderation and acres. s
the lug peaceable measures in houses for their
of every thing appertaining to Frankfort, on the 25th iiist. Upon the tract there i is one valuable roill-i-eat\rith building new reception when he was remounted,how long he continued so.
occasion all of anticipated a more than or. and the people quietly dispered. The dam in which he can now offer them comfortable quarters.To and whether ,
us a good repair,alo 100 acres Hammock Land explain the horse whereon he was remounted 0
dinary affair, nor were we disappointed. On Parliament convened at the Market House! Colored Void! Diggers.-The Vicksburg cleared in the last twelve months, and about bOO those who feel disposed to visit the >pring had not been furnished by the United States, 4
this it is useless abuit the
but adjourned without action. Sentinel says, that John Roach, Texas Louisiana acres valuable tobacco land to clear, with Negro season, to say any thins or bren owned by another mounted militiaman tr 4
the one was highly pleased
contrary every medicinal of the well
qualities as they are
for California with Cabins, .Gin Iloue*. Com Cribs, and Overseer's volunteer to whom for the and '
payment risk
and few deemed supeiiorlo On the 26th the disturbances still continued, is about leaving known, and hating been visited regularly for the os thing
not a any Ifnuse, in rood repair. For term the subscriber thereof, for it whilst in the ,
apply to or forge p '* r sion of
and fires and riots of frequent 25: for the digging gold. last nine and believe that those
were purpose ,
eight or
of the land ever witnessed% before in Tallahas! occurre negroes in Quincv. years past the claimant, may have been made ; sad if it hid
see. And how cou'.d it be otherwise when *o'tasty nee. The members of the French party Three hundred and fifty English and Scotch WILLIAM MUN'ROE. who fact ion.have Tinted here have receiteJ general satis been thus nwned.shouid name the person and the .

B. who were arming, ostensibly for the prOtection' of Quincy, May 5, ISI9. lt>---Iw command which belonged. And in instance
a hand as that of Mrs. really Mormons, have just arrived at St. Louis, on The subscriber has improved his Spring with a every

deserves the thanks of the whole city for her Lord Elgin. People were holding mass their way to California, lo join their brethren good Eztbirg House, and a Pump inserted so as to in which the claim may extend lo equipage, ,-
the several
articles of which the tfdii.d
trouble, was evident in all those arrangements meetings, and everything betokened a violent in the valley of the Salt Lake. A VALUABLE DISCOVERY.DR. get the water from the main spout; also has made separate value of each. hoo'.d specified.same 1.
a Cradle, by whicti the most timid ladies, and even
end adornments that did not fail to attract the rupture.
-----" LADIES' RELIEF PILLSA children three years old can bathe in perfect security. *

attention andcxcite the admiralinn of all pres- From the JMacon Tclrgm/ik, May PORT OF ST. MARKS. This Cradle is suspended by strong ropes.and The erond section cfthe latverracfir"That

cnt. Tli'1 spacious hall of the House ofllep.presnatkes April 2S CkaredL'rig Waicaller, Jo.'seljn.tr.as- 2ind RU an effectual remedy for the following painful can be hoisted out of the way when not wanted. any person who has sustained or iihall .

where the scone of feetitily LATEST FROM EUROPE. 1ev. for Nes York, to COP, Anderson 5i Co-, with otrhaa distressing bstrurtcd Umale complaints, viz: Amen- Those who wieti to seek a place for r.'eeasure.vill sustain damage by the capture or destruction by an

was holdcii was decorated with those beauti. The steamship Cambria arrived at Halifar 441 bales cotton,Z bait wool, 15 bbU. sugar, I I'JU>!s. or paintut, or and unprrlect mens-trHation.DAsmenorrhoDe menstruation attended, here find it delightl'il to pass away their time tery en my. or by the abandonment or desfractinn bj the '
the 2Glh nit., with Liverpool dales lo the pleasantly by the numerous amusements that may bosuggested. order of the commanding general, the commanding
ful evergreens, indiginous bout own climate, syrup, :5J hides :30; skins, and CO bbU. Rosin. with sick head-ache, sometimes proluselor a considerable officer, or quartermaster ar>y hone, mule, ox.wason 14
14th uit.s hich were immediate telegraphed ___ and
the magnolia, bay, and running vines of various -- ---: time entirely :>n{
description The throne too, occupied to the principal Atlantic cities' We condense MARRIED, or green-sicknes, Lenccorrheca, or Whites-soother for a lore time, and bid fair to continue lens r. properly was in the military serv.e* of tha United t '

the following synopsis of the intelligence by In Ncwnansvi'Ie, on Sunday cvcoin April 1 and ei es tltr t urn of lift-Suppression ol the lochia Persons wishing to visit them for medicinal brnetit Strifescither Lyirnprrssmenl or conlrac'!, except incases '
the far its fairest
by youthful Queen, by orna. the Cambria from the dispatches of the B. Colson Mr. THOMAS C. during confinement, Spitting ot blood, or bleeding of would do well to call eirly. All who wish lo visit where the risk to which the properly would : -
Paul ,
1SJ9 KUcr:
by the Convulsionsor
embellished and adorned in the gums. Epileptic fits, Lownessofspiuls
nicnt, wa*
and this place will find a comfortable and spteuv con be exposed wa agreed to be incoi'red by the owner .
Charleston Courier, Mercury. Love MISI! MARV A. PHEVATT, daughter of Debility and Nervousness, Costiveness, L'arrennes
most beautiful manner. In fine upon what. to veyance from Tallahassee and Savannah, as there is and any person who has sustained cr hill sustain
evjr of the room the fell it rested The Cotton Market was dull during the week Thomas i. Prevail. Esq., all of Newnansville. *-and many other diseases that are too tedious font arrivals of mail stages every week-that is, two damage b> the death, abandonment and logs of any
part .eye
preceding the departure of ihe steamer with to mention that are generally caused by an obstruct from Tallahassee and such horse, male while the
with two (from Jacksonville, where or ox, in service afcres.iid -
there, though momentarily, unfeigned a further decline of J, a Lthe closing quotations icn or want ot tone in the leinale genital organs. the stages t there connect with the mail steamers from in consequence of the failure in Ihe part of the

satisfaction. When the company comprising I for Fair 4 Mobile OBITUARY. Sjvann.ih to Jacksonville, thence direct to my house.I United States to furnish the same with snfEcient fcr- .- :-
being 4
all and and Uplands, ; ; this hie, at Belvidere, his residence, in They promote all the secretions and excretions in I would and who has
ages sexes occupations, amounting Departed remark to those who wish to come l lv heir age any person Icsf, or shall lose, cr .'
to several hundred persons in number, had arrived Olear.s 4.{ Sea Islands! Good Fair, 10 a this county, on the morning of thotTith instant, inIhc the female organism; they effectually remove all own conveyance, his stable i provided with aplenty has had nr sbsll have destroyed by unavoidable acciJenl -

the ceremoiJes of the evening were 1 1. The week's transactions amount lo only 4-2d of his Col. JAS. 11. T. LORIMER, obstruction from the 1emle con3t I .ution,unles. cnni.plicak.d '! of good fodder, corn, and hay, aUc .in attentive hfi5. any horse, rnole.os, wagon, cart, boat sIeih. i ; .
jear age some other disease,and I then !
22 000 bales, <>{ which 500 wore taken on greatly j tier. And he further promises that nopain? or expense or harness, while itch property was in the service
commenced ; but as every one is acquainted i a nativeofViginia. but for many years tinguili- relieves ill firad'ully intrwluced into the >stein, aforesaid shall be allotted raid .
I and : usu will be spared to provide a* cooo a 'jMe! a* the and the Talue thereof
with the mode proceeding on such occasions, speculation, 4,300 r export.j ed citizen of Florida. His amiable atul excellent they restore a healthy! action in the utcru.i and its country can afloid ; to those who have viited this at the time he entered the service: provided it

I wilt rot rerders with j The resumption hostilities has caused an appendages. The great advantage and superiority of he knows it is ele. about ir. shall! that such loss
weary sour a desciip. character, and the jmMiceot so many virtues, endeared place u' s to say anything appear capture, abandonment,
{ improvement in BreadtufT Ohio Flour is the LnditV Rclit-t PilU nver all other medtfin".s ij, Those who fond of will find destruction,or death, was without fault
lion oflhem. There are sporting any any or neirligenceen -
was one singularity, him to the people arnor.j; whom IIP dvi cIt.He that wiuule they eradicate .
quoted at 21 a 53s ; Wheat, G. 10 ; Corn, 23j disease, they invigorate the quantity ot wild game, which this section abounds the part of the owner of the property arid ..
however, I must not passover, that added no j a 32 Cornmeal.: 13 a 14. Poilcisin limited was three limes elected lo the SUte Senate, and body. Many persons have been cured by the use of' in, arid very near the premise, as d.'er are frequently while it wasactuallveicplpvtd in the service of tha

little interest to the tcene. I mean the par ; was a member of that boiy at the time of hU lamented these IthIa1Ier an ztflietion often year*. In short, seen through the day quite near the house.If United States." -.

ticipation in these ceremonies by several of demand, with receding prices. Turpentine, death. these pills arc a perfect regulator of ihe monthly there should be any visiting here, and should To establish a claim under this provision it will "
| :il. C ]lrin, 3 a 20.j : evacuations of females. I If they are profuse or irreg"ular. in addition the
; medical it to under the head
our most lovely and accomplished ladies. in all require aid, can be had very near, as g'xiul l testimony required r .
estimable and
j oftlie German the The deceased< exemplary they (the Relief Pill*) restore them to their of first class of
The blockade! ports by as the State can produce. Terns ff I'oaid moder cases.be necessary 12 casesss, here the
This was owing to some difficulty in procuring Danish squadron,,a ml the difficulties in Italy the relations ot lile. As a Lu>band, he was allec- regular period and proper quantity and quality, and ate. D. T. TREZVA, Proprietor. property lost was in the service by contract or imprc ':' '

a sufficient number of still younger ladies had much fluctuations in Consols during tiona'e' and devoted ; as a friend,\vosmostfiithrul do likes i ie it they are scant vi ob'tructed. Lower Mineral Springs, E. F., May 5, ISt'J. menr, to produce the teshimu fly of the officer er -
and originated in the kindest and most l produced cf Many frriults ate thrown into convulsions or Epihptir agent of the United States vt ho impressed or contracted -
and true a< a nr tir, he was an example worthy
the week but ; fits the
closed by
Friday suppression or obstruction of the
commendable they firmly on for the service of the mentioned in such
motives. But I not property .
must S. S.
pro. evening the 13th at 9Ji. The rexhal of all prai e. He died in the triumphs uf the Christian monthly evacuation*, (occasioned by cold or some Knight claim, and also of the i.fficer under whose command .
cecd further without speaking more particular. him other came,) arid remain objects of and distress continue business his old stand where
the Continental difficulties Lad almost religion. To binftleath had na fling, an-1 over pity "VTJ"ILL at the sarr.e was employed at the time of the capture. j
Jyofthe fair J,ein who! was called upon by paral- the had victory. He has left disconsolate the remainder of their lives : lhee pilN cure by removing -j! 5 he hopes to wait ou such of his friend as have desfruction, losnr abandonment, declaring in what .-

her female fncnds to preside over the festive ized every branch of trade, and the operations grave thecau which first prciiuced the disease. i heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, promising way the property was taken irrthe seivice cf the U-

ccne, I refer to the Queen of Slay, the charming i of the week had been extremely feeble... and afleclionate wife.and a numerous ciicleof Inenda Many ladies, Irom imprudence or eonie other cause, that all shall have good articles at lair prices. nited .ctute?, the value thereof, whether or not the .

Further accounts from India were expected. to mourn for him. Let ine die the death of the lake cold aftpr or daring roi.fuitment, which causes April'S.. 1S-IJ) 17 iisk to which it would be exposed c'as agreed lo be
:Miss IJ. dressed in the white her
purest the szptiressina ci( the I'irhia for that, and all similar -
righteous, and may my last end bo like his. : incurred bv the owner, and whethercr nol.a.sretrar-
dark hair forming a striking contrast with the PoLnx'Aii. decisive victory has been diseases, the Ladies Relief Pill are an effectual I Notice to Overseers of Roads. tied hordes, males, oxen, he engiged to supply the g' 'I

deep hue of the! crown ofevergreens that encircled gained by the Hungarian troops over the Aus. Died of Con-mraption.on the -Itli of M.uy.at the i remedy. They are a valuable aperient during c.nfloeinpnl f overseers cf roads having ciainis again'! the same with snfficient forage, in what manner the loss ,

her brow, and! her lovely eyes beaming ttian forces, in which the Jailer; lost thirteen I5aidin House of Mrs. J. 1.. IMnillyot thi city'' j cr !<. correct a costive habit, sick headache ALL of Leon, for measuring and |iu tiii2. arc happened,and whether or not it wassostaiued with -

with the pleasure and excitement of the occasion hundred men, and twenty-four pieces of WILLIAM L. NYC.rutue of Lost 0.1, and late Irom j I Ac. They relieve bamnne ; they renew requested to present them to the Loan of County out any fault 01 neglizence on his part. t u
and the bl od.
iavijarate give tone and activity to CoinraUaionersat The fifth section
a special session, to be held n ol the law enacts :
s'ie could not but be um'veisallj ndnired. ,( cannon and forty wa ons. The Austrian New Orleans. j the nervous system, and are the mildest, vet the '*
Monday, the Mlh dav nit t May next. It is desirable That in alt! ii>i3ncp where any minor has been
Her speech, ton, a neat and appropri-j j General, IJuckner, finding himself surrounded v -- -- most certain aperient knov\nthe\ are harmless and tha! person* holding such claim should he present.as or -hall be euzaged in the tniliUiy service of the U- ,

nte one, was delivered with much grace and 'i by a hostile population, and cut ofTfiom his y-Tvii: triends of t CDWAUD M. WE.ST&sj., inn ccut in their tfilclFor young ladies who explanation-tin reference tu the character ot the niied States, arid ws or shall he provided with a

telf-possessiua. When these ceremonies were communication*, surrendered the command of JE5SF. ATKINSON. Es tea s are Ion feeble or relaxed to biir.g forward the I J'v order ofthe Hoard 'if f Cnnnty Commissioners his parent or guardian,and h-s died,
shall die
Oid Fred was the his troops, and with three other General! offi. Vjti\., announce them as candidates for re-dec. I : or .
over seen entering
room natural evacuations, the Ladies' Relief PilU
i are a JAMES E.: BROOM, without paying for said and the has
property same
with his violin in his Land and after perching etrs threw himself under the protection of the Jion (or tbeofiicc of Justice of Ihe Peace of the lid prompt and efficient remedy ; and old ladies who April 2s. lS4r 17 President B.C. C. L C. been cr shall be lest, captured, destroyed abandoned i I

hinleIfljJuna! high seat prepared: fur the purpose i Russians in Wallachia. District of Leon County : ale JOIIIs B. JECN and are about pa 4inz the i life, will derive in the manner before mentioned, said parent '

and completing all necessary preliminary | Hem, the Hungarian General is in almost AARON P. SMITH as candidates to fill the same much bcnetil from an on ca ;pills! ; they will seive to keep up. and assist nature satisfactory in other and
prcof a.s rase-, fie further .
arrangements, he at last gave the desired| uudisputable possession! of Transylvania, and ifTice.f&. flhIF copartnership heretofore exUtiong between
it: mairttainin: a healthy action in the uterine functions proof that he is entitled thereto, by havirjjfnrciibel -
word command *' gentlemen take your part is making preparations for the capture of Conj > THE friends of JESSE M. ROBEUTSON, for scventl yc-ars longer. i I -'- S. S. Knight 5o G. II. Be-tviickunderuhename the same."

ners." This was immediately done and in a, j fetradt, the last city in the Kingdom which i* : These pills are the result of nsnch and long experienrc -j, and style cl S. S. Knight &. Co., is this day dsjl- A parent cr guardian cf a dVcesfd minor will t .
ancounce him as a suitable candidate for Justice <>f and hate Ion been used bv the inventor j ved. The books and are in the hands of S. ,
few seconds of the in.3uging held bv the Austrian ; with j papers therefore, in addition to such ?ticony applicable -
many company were j the Peace of the Second Justice's District for Leon I I S. Knight. All having unsettled business .-
the happiest and mii't t universal success ; they ate person to hi* .-laim, as is previously described.have to furnish
in that amusement to which the south- I! DEXJIARK AM* I'r.tist.t.-Intelligence has County. MANY VOTERS.W composed entirely of tegetable s'ib.tai.ce. They i t with the firm will please call at an early day for sctI proof I that he provided the minor with the prtperty -

era people are so much! attached. I am aware! I been received cube recommencement: of bos. aft fiTora'jlv, both as a miid aperient and tonic, on I tlement. therein mentioned, that the minor died without

Mersrs Editors that it is customary in articles I lilities between Denmark and Prussia. The :,- : authorized and i equested to announce all constitutions, and without injury to any. They Tallahassee, April 2J.15-I9. pat ing for such property, and that he, the parent cr

like the one I am now iaditinjrto descant upon i'' Danish fleet in attempting to capture the for- RICH ADD T. BIRCHETT, E q., as a Candida tonI what have been their prepared uau.e implies with great Ladies'care Relief, and PilU.are indeed Many I GEO.S S. KNIGhT II. BEST\VICK., Varnished guardian, the is entitled to payment for it tj bis..hiving .-

the beauties &c. of cer'aiu favored I t he office of Judje of Probate for Leon County, *t I same. .
highly j tress of Heckenforde. were totally defeated, testimonials of their efficacy could be produced, April 23. 1S4. 17.For The sixth section of the law enacts;

beings to iii> ;a the appellation fctars of theevening" ; and a line of battle slip; and a frigate fell into the election fir t Monday in May next.WE hut a few only will be given, as the public will be "That in all instances where- any person, ether ,

is icrartaliy! applied.; Hut really I the hands of tim Piussians. These vessels better able to appreciate their \alue alter they have Sale. j lhana minor, ha* been. or shall be.crgaged in the I 1'

cio oat feel compeleut lo discharge this parlioa grounded, within reach nT the rfthe fort (;:t are authorized and requested to announce proven I them Ladies, this medicine isoflrredyou ; :j TWO P.UGGIE1? and two HOR- military service aoresaid. and ha.s been, r r shall be,

of ta k in guns the lioa. JAMES E. CROOMBas a car lidate for the that >c.u may ia a great mei-sure become your own t rJT ss: *c eaP- They will be-sold separatelY provided with a hor-e cr equipR-.ent.s, cr with military .
my > a satisfactory manner.Tfcat .- and fire afterward blew '
taking I
soon hey up. Office of Judge ot Probate for the County of Leon,at Physician-atid tlicn.-b} relieve yourselvts. i/f many J .-jv>y ortcjether. Enquire at Ibis accoutrements, by any person, Ihe owner thereof s '
there \verei, < vely omen present, wotncn and aii on board (seven hundred) perished. A the election on fust Monday ia May next. of I hre diseases from which the male part of the "'-------. office. who ha? tisked.er shall lake theri k.of such ., .

wfcoee beauty would be appreciated in i despatch dated 3d of April, annouures the Iranian race are exemj't. Each hoN contains thirtythr April 2S, ivJ7. 17 horse, equipment, or military accoutrements on I

any part of the world, I willingly admit. I Ionjt I blwkade l bv the Danes of all the German IfW : are aulhotiz and re.] e..tfd lo announce *-e pills-j.rire gl.tW per bos. himself, and the sain? has been or shall bclo., cap .

that I do not the ability JOHN BKAHD candidate the Kept for sale byF S. S. KNIGHT, tured, destroyed,cr ahar.doncdiaihemanneibelore
regret: possess to I ports.i Majjr as a lor Orhce of I
1 : O. Welch Drazzist. Albany hakcrcountyGa.r mentioned, such shall he allowed there
owner i
f the State of Floridd atI l :. Seixas Drajcsist, Thoinaiville.Ga.lUmiltcn Wholesale i Retail Grocer t TroTisioa Dealer, for, or making proof, as in other? cases.and pay the turtherprroflbit -

to go so far, 1 will briefly remark that reptanrc of the Imperial Crown Germany, I be election fir1t Monday in May nest. W. Sharpe, Sharped Store, I.ounde TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. he is entitled thereto by having furnished

in the brightest galaxy present there were i and all is confusion at Frankfort.JI county, Ga. constantly on hand,and offers for sale at a the j.iine, and having taken the risk on him n

perhaps two stars that shone with surpassing For New York. S. i'aleston. Drurzisl.Monticfllo, Fla.II KEEPS advance on cost, fur ca,h, all the stand self." .
ITALY.-Letters have been received from Itariard.Jr., DnigsM, Tallahassee, Fla. Besides the testimony in .
I ; tsnppnrt cf his claim
The fair ;; : THE ard articles in his line. Flour of approved qualities !-!
haired blue Bri WACIS'SA!
brilliancy. will
Perry raasler.
one a
eyed W. Crinson i Brotner Madisoa C. IL herein .
i Turin, annotmcins that after G* n. La Mar- .. liae de atch. For ; Druggists, -Sugar*, CnrTeeii. Teas, Bacon, hams, Pork I before reqnirtd. every s-urh owner thereof .
Uughrag; daughter of our mvn Stale I i> freight or passage ap- Fla. will have to that he did
the horse
canny provide
Pirdmontesc prove equipmerifs. -
j mora. a Genera' had liomhar- i>Iv to Soap, Candles Lard, and all similar article*-topetlier .
whose bright smiles and And by lie inventor, at the Mineral Springs, or military acrootrtrneni therein '
KjVdriJingwi!, swetrender mentioned .
*1fd Genoa fur lw nty-f
voice, a certain while Iiaiisf In this city j had been set oti fire in several places, a dep- Newport. 5th May, i M 1t. IS Lowudea county, Ga. j' Kiiin., Pus, Almonds, and all other article ju.-ualy! I II he is entitled, and look to theri pay therefor
*o pleasant t ) all who visit there cod the found in similar establishments
; utation from the Municipality had proceeded MADISON COUNTT. i the same and taken theti thereof en hirrself ; and
G. H. !
oilier tressed I MEU1CAL NOTICE. Store next door above Megianiss, on Monroe
% ravc-n beauty v.'Wc many 1 this prorf shi' id! be contained in a deposition the .
his the
to Clh
camp on to request an unnis- Some time about ei'ht years ago I miscarried, street.
charms, ifdams rumour is to be credited, baredone | lice forty-eight hours, to give time lo nro. Dr. Charles T. Darby which wa the second time that I had done so.- April 25, l'4f). 17 ly horse person who bad been so provided by him with such .

no little execution already IWranlsofthe the last I equipments, or military accoutrements.
alter miscarriage to
was compelled
among Shortly
j reed to Turin, to arrange a capituainn.l'b .-_- ) CSPECTFULLYannounces lo the public in -
rougher sex. Nor do I doubt it, for ] V. gen- lie out in thewood, ali ni;ht from the Indun-i, which Information Wanted THIRD CLASS OF CASES.Thcsevrntli '
depuiaiion proceede J to Tu.-tn: where 1 eral that he has pennant-tilly located hioaell in
t caused take roM, which caused obstruction
to an
'vbilst gazing upon those daik yes-iow : lh"yarrivcd on the ?tb.FiANcE.France M'>iiiicello, Fbi ida, and will be found at all times I tne evacution which Ktl\vnrl Timmoii*, Merchant, who section ct the law enacts
of the monthly en'irtly disap OF .
!Ltibin* with the purest light and tfceu inelu'ngas unics-i pruie aionauy duaed. Dirici aueaiioa win t left Dublin about riJteen years ago mr New Orleans "Thai in all cases where horses have been conJemned -
about thr- Since then I have
continues tranquil but all be paid to all calls. years ago. is le in Florida. by a board otothoersonaccount of their unfitr.ess -
it were into ail the softness and quiet loveKtms professional been subject to violent attacks of epileptic fits.- i and siippospcl to at prpnt
for May 5, JS4SI. IS the of of his let- (lor sen ice, in consequence of the Government -
of parties are preparing an energetic Hecto.ral Full particulars on subject inquiry
calm months Miice.. I obtained three ,
failing to supply all such hors. and '
forage, s
Ireland last be obtained
let to sear can by answering ,
woulJ cot but feel that in all :
and have eats in the National Assembly! in consequence < ved m* fi nun t hose unplea ant diseases aboiecientroned the fact shall be
they not been limited: I have seldom j having claims and demands azainM i jog him will be thankfully rece-ved by ever pn-ven by legal ned satbiac- :
of deaths and resignations, and persons aivl-froin experimental knowledge I would CHA'S. tory evidence, whether oral writtrn. that such
nil with a lovelier a great M. C. DELANY, or a
or more
fascinating Estate of Waller W.
creature Taylordecea4ed, sale ol j recommend them lo all my female friends in afllic- .
of the members are detained from their Counsellor Law.69 Nassau St., New 'eik.1i condemned hrr.e and the equipage was turned over I
than the fair many Le (!onnty. notitit at
liming upon another occasion >tn are henby lo present Ihrn ion. and I do think frem I experience I have hal, to of the whether .
as The Evening Star" created \ seats by indi osition. The Cholera i rnakI to the undir ijn J. proj, trly authenticated, within I they arewortLy ot all that is claimc-i! for them. Other Florida papers please copy. a quartermaster therefor and army any" receipt .'
was produced
or not.
C. given
21, 1S10. 4vv-liJ C. M. D.Administrator's
sad the I lurn.irecribeJ by U\v and aII
havoc .
; amongst the which ; persuns indebted MULKV OVKR TRECT.I
great a sensation. Hut I have occupied much i I troops are To establish a claim under this prevision the
more of time than I intended in i! quartered temporarily in barracks in Paris. I., < td: Estate: are re iecfed lo make immediate [>av-" I do hereby certify that the above certificate islit- claimant must adduce the evidence rf the witnesses
your regard to me:,it.? lilCHAKU HAYWAUU{ Adtnr. Notice.
true Irun own know tedpc. mentioned tinder the head vi> the trsr class ot L
emily rav
Shis theme. I will i Itr.Ln.-'I'1ie from Irelan- : cases,
therefore hasten n with! intelligence May 1-4' IS'ni. .
months after elite 1 shall present my accounts! satisfactorily proving that the properly therein described -
my tubject. In the course of the evening is of the moil distressing character. PcsJi- Sale of Florida Lands Madison County, Fla., near Fort Hamilton,April SIX vouchers and apply to the Hon. Judge of was, while in the military service of theL'ni-
supper was announced-and the ladies, escorted I I lence and famine still continue their devastating 23 J, 1519. Probate for Gadsden County for a final setrlnnenf ted Sates.condemned by a board of cGicers on acCount .

The and Lots and WJiarccs in city ofApalachicoila.ApalachicoU administration of the of their being rendered! unfit for service in -
as a matter of course by the gentlemen, operations. report of the Poor Law and dUcharse mom the estate con- 4-

proceeded to the Senate chamber where Inspectors for the last year exhibit a degree HF Land Company will oflr fcrsjlc About ten years ago, and shortly after confinement, Archibald Black, dec ; and also a settlement and equenre of I he Government failing to supply forage, .
a T I took cold which brovcht on irregularity and obstruction Adminis'ratnr the dower and that such was turned lo
allotted properly over
| and almost at (lie Merchant's Exchange, in the City of final discharge as on a quarferrmsterol t.
misery suffering without
most sumptuous repast, embracing not only a a precedent of the monthly evacuations accompanied the Uniied; States
New Yorkon U'edtie daythellthday I ot July zxt and set apart to Margiret Black, dec-, as widow array, explainins when .
great variety: of" "substantial! but also all the { in the history of the world. In one at Ivi o'clock and on the lulloningdavs, at>oiit lO'X) vvtb Lenccerhcea, or Whites ; from that time, my j ot said Archibald Black, dec., hte of f said < onnty.E. the cUimanf was remounted,he",as required insaid ,-.

luxuries of Ibe season awaited them. Hating I district, which only four years ago contained lots in the City ol Apalachicola.an described on the health gradually declined, until I was brought to a S.SHEPARD.Adnr. first class cases. 'n '... 4!

done full justice to the tame hwy retraced ; twelve thousand( inhabitants, not six thousand map of the City. Many ot tho-e lots are on the flay yen low state f heallh.so that I was scarcely able April 7th, 1SJO. 14 Ir. no rase can the production of ihe evidence 'jrcvicusly 1, }
tojret about. I took im-tlicints from several Physicians -j River and
the dt-sirablc rt-s"-
are moxt Ion
their steps to Ihe hall ronm and in a very remain: and they are in little better than a ideucesas, well as aiaung purpose ol liusinisi..Hw and found but little relief, until I beian to as- < War Department, March 26, 1849. rf producing it be clearly proved,

taort time were again indulging in the picas.urcB slate of starvation. the Wlurves \Vharl-rights belonging lo hurne a pale, sickly appearance, and the least exer- and (hen the nearest and :iirst other evidence of! which ,
of the dance. in lion caused my neck veins to thiob, and I had a RCLESIN" RELATION'TO CLAIMS PKOV1PED FOR EY AN the ca About one o'clock in the the Com] anv iiont of the City. ,
shortnes'of breath, until sometime last December ACT OF thereof.
morning the party broke up and the company HALTIMOHE, April 57, 9. p. m.Tn .iho, the Sound unsold, Lots! or Tracts of Land on St. I obtained from Dr. Tarvin some of his Ladies Relief ENTITLED AX ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT Every claim must be ompanied by the deposition ".. '
George's or lay,adjoining I the ,described
delighted with all tha! had transpired, returned city PilL'.and 1 do hereby certify that I have found OF HORS A>P OTHER PROPERTY LOST OR ol the claimant, "declaring: that he has net received
? Rlcamer's news has completely unset or. a map or survey ol lf>3 lots made by"II 15. I lo their respective homes and were doubtless. more relief from them than any medicine I have ever PtsTROYED l.V THE MILITARY SEKVJCE OF THE from any officer or agent of the United States J
tied the maikets. Breadstuff These tots vary in size Iroin It lo 40 acres each, and "
firm and ST
are would therefore recommend theta UNITED \TtsALL horse
taken, and lo any or horses.qnipage, accoutrement mute
lysoon *d
in the
*teep fbrgelfulncfcs slumber. are irablefor building sites or ruitivation. i
Cotton is depressed. .iltiv, the un-oid Lots at PorlUnd Bluff, on the females in similar hituation.s CLAIMS inder the provisions of this act wagon, cart, boat, sleigh, or harrea, (as the case 1
IleFpectlully. S1RLETCR HODGES. be presented at theofiicecf the Third Auditor may be,) in lien of the properly lost, ncr any cctnpensation -
AialdCbicola Jtiver, about 3 miles ttoia the
INC: OF THE COMPANY. ; City, js of the Treasury Department, and each cu. be for the ar.d; he
THE FACTS IN THE CASE. described on a map or survey made by R. B. Ker, ohereby! certify that theabnve statementmade same supported practicable "
each lot beius 75U feet in length and"230( feel in bv my wife Siileteriis just and true, this Mlh Doc. substantiated by such evidence: as is hereinafter designated by the original valuation listif wide by ; .
A.HODGES.J.[ with respect to cases of the class under the appraisers ol the property at the lime the same i ,
JTrom the Charleston Some has said that
.Trrciiry, 1r' 30. naughty person lately width. They are eligible lor wood-yards, shipyards, ISIS
which i it falls. was taken into the United States and in
Gen. had offered of suw.mil6.c. Lowndcs County, CGOth Dist., G. M. service ra .
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. Taylor an indignity some FIRST CLASS OF CASES.By see where the loss alleged lo have occurred because
.llto, St. Vincent's IslanJ lying opposite the
sort to Gen Scott, or had treated him coldly, the United State failed lo supply transportation for .
mouth of the river Apalacliicola, containing an area A C A IB D.DR. the first section of the law it is enacted : .
had failed him the horse, and the owner was compelled by the order
lo at all. Col. Webb
NEW YOKE, April 23, 4 p. in or of ll.VJl acieexcepting 10 acres sold,) havingatluilty i:. W. J. TARVIN hac located for the present "That any field, or staff,or other officer, mounted of hiscornmanrfiugotEcer embark and leave him. '
of the X. Y. Courier & Enquirer writes from ( growth ot Live Oak and other trees militiaman, volunteer ranged, in
We have advices the Cambria of the and Summer and Fall at the Mineral Springs on the or cavalry, enraged as provided for in the first section ci the law the
by j Washington that such is not the fact. He much fertile land, suitable for t thud growth t.f Cotton, Withlacoi-chee River, eight mile below Troupville, the military service of the United States since the aindavjt ct the claimant must, ia addition to; the t.

Havre market, which state that Cotton was says the President met Gen. Scott at church Sugar, Tobacco, the Tropical Fruits, and tor Garden Lowndes County, Ga.. where he will practice on ISth of June, ISI2, or who shall hereafter be in said declaration above meiitiore*!, declare "thai he did ,; ,
active at an advance of li centimes. Trade cultivation. diseases has received service, and has sustained or shall sustain damage, .s
Chronic principallyHe just in obedience to the order r-f his officer Irav '
the Sabbath and shook his hand said e
illul.c interior was brick, and the stock of on very cor Terms of Sale.-Ten per cent in cash,on the day a choice selection of medicines.direct from Savannah. without any fault or negligence on his part while in horse and equipage, and that he rever sold or olbeiwi I

Cotton hand small. dially. On parting he invited him to call at of sali1, and on all putcha-es not exreedinjj S'XJO, the IVrsions afflicle.) with Eruptive diseases, scald said service.bv the loss of a horse in battle,or by the -e disprsed of t the said horse or .and ,,
on was the White Hou balance in cash in"JO da H thereafter, when the deeds of horse wounded in bittle, and which has equpage never 4.j
e. The next day the general ; head, while swelling, old ulcers, sore legs; &.C.. fe- loss a received any ccmpensatitn for said boise cr &
will be delivered. On all purchases over $ tyj, a and other old died or shall dieof said wound or being so wounded
called as invited, and sent his card lo the mile di-eases, droppv. chronic aiTectiyns equipage from any person whatever"All
credit ol and two will be for be abandoned by order ol his officer and lost,or
one years shall
given should think themselves
that to
place evidence
NEW YOEU April 28 G President. The latter was busy, but sent halt of the the balance proper I sustain by the loss of horse hy death other than the certificate! of officer;
p. in.- purchase money to be paid under his care, will be apt lo be well aitisfif with shall damage any who, at the lime nf civing them,were in the military ', i "
word that he would the General in of the unavoidable
see a few in cash ia 20 days alter the sale when in cases mineral or abandonment because dangers
a The Cotton inatket was dull to-day under his treatment. This wafer has made many servicft of the United States, trmst be before
sworn t
minutes in his Whjn he where the purchase is less than 2uoo notes will be of the sea when on board a United Srates transport
the private parlor. came cures nil Dvspepsia,Gravel, Rbeumatim,&c.,and he some judge, justice of the .
influence ,
of the steamer's and or
the peace
news, the United States failed
taken (bribe credit portion, payable in one and two vessel, or because to supply
down however Gen. Scott be bv his assistance, that they will cure authorized
was not lo hopes many son duly to administer caths. and of i s
sales were at decline on the quotations with interest at (i cent and transportation for the horse, and t he owner wastoQ-
pre. jear*, per per annum, Dr. Tarvin will afflicted with
cure which
more. negroes anthoiily should
found. He had entered his and rode proof the -
viou to her arrivaL Flour ha improved, carriage contracts exchanged-deeds lobe delivered when the chronic disease, by contract for an interest in them. pelled, by the order of his commanding officer, to GEO.W.accoopantt CRA'.FORD.evidence. .

and sales made at 12 \ cents barrel adtancc away, immediately on receiving the l'rei.dent's payments arc completed. On all purchases of $2000 This location is remarkably healthy. embark and leave biro, or in consequence of the U- 1i .
per return message. He left the city, the and upwaids the deeds will be delivered in 20 days May 5,1S49.Mart's nited Slates failing to supply sufficient forage, or because AFPtrEVMarch2,1.l9.! Secretary.of War- "
;. Wheat and Corn have both improved the next without after the sale, and bonds and mortgages taken for the the rider was dismounted and separated from -
day gain
a few cents per bubhi-J. Kicc is unchanged. same attempt credit portion, payable in one and two years, with his horse, and ordered to do duty on Toot at a station Z. TAYLOR. (-
lug to obtain an interview with his Excel o\m Remedy for Bowel Complaints.
interest at '> per ceut. per annum. detached from his horse, or whrj the officer in the

len cy. The whole of(Ibis property is unincnrnbered. Il Flux Roof is a specific remedy for Bloo immediate command ordered or shall order the Third TRKASCTT Dfl'ARTJT.IcT, )

BALU:4011c: April 29, 8 p. m. If this statement of Col. Webb is true, the is.a part of the "Forbes" Purchase"belonging to THE Flux, Diarrhea, Dysentery, &c. It is the horse turned out to graze jn the woods, prairies, or Auditor's Office, March 31. !S49.5 i

.So far .is we have heard Ironi the Virginia general itnprcssipn will be that Gen. Scott, the Apalachicola Land Company. The title is derived simplest, yet the most certain and safe remedy ever commons, because the Unlced States failed, or shall Each claimant can have Ihe sum which naybe allowed
elections from the Spanish Government, confirmed by the discovered,a few hours will be ?ufficientto cure (Ihe fail to supply sufficient Corage, and the loss was or on hi* claim remitted to him direct en his
it appear that J. A. Sr.uuox as usual was altogether too heist!,. Hut his the United States shall be ierrof, for the loss of
Supreme Court of and a Talent mast violent case. It was first discovered and used consequent or necrs- signifying a wish to that fleet, and naming the
(tem.) )has been elected over Bolt (Whig) baste will be partially excused by those who therefor issued lo the proprietors by the United by t Ihe Chuochee Indians fuir Bowel Complaints with sary equipage in conseqltance of the loss of his horse place o: his residence; but if the money is to be remitted 4.

)by at least 'JOO) mnjority. JJayly, in six coun.e are-aware of his irritable lemperarr.cnt, and Stales. The usual Trustee deed will be given to eminent success, and by them the use ol this very as aforesaid, shall be alLowed] and paid the value or paId to any other person, a power ef attorney

<| *, l<,se 170 a* compared with his vote at of ihe coldness which Gen. Taylor has betrayed the purchasers. valuable root was made known to the whites. This thereof, not lo ex-ffd two hundred dollars : provided toMm from the claimant,duly executed and authenticated
be Ust Maps may be had at the Office of the Company, plant flourishes in the valley of Western Georgia, that if any payment has* been or shall be msde should be forwarded with the claim. -
ciecti,,,,. |iMUt] toward him since be the latter
l % doubtful. Morton stripped No. 35 Wail street, or they will[ be forwauled hy and North Carolina. Il U neatly put up, ready for to any one aforesaid for the tse and risk,or for for. To facilitate the requisite searches,and avoid delay ? '

t hi?) ;is elected in the ninth district over of his regular troods to facilitate an attack mail upon application lo the subscribers al said office n.e. in ounce papers, sufficient to cure several cases, age after the death,loss,or abandonment of hi.s horse, in the adjpitinent of the claims,each claimant should .

rndlrion, (Whig) the late member. The re. upon Vera Cruz. At Jjhat time, Gen. Scott from whom may be obtained any further information at W) cents per paper. said paymentshaU bededucted from the value there name on bU'papers the psyttasferor other dijbr.r '

cult Iit Cogging (Whig) district doubtful.i apologized, satisfactorily, we should that may be c'esired. For sale by W. Rrinsan & Brother Ma-lison C. TL, of, unless he satisfl.d er hall satisfy the paymaster sing oBurer by wj> ni he wa p id for the nenkvs ot" I

very New York April 27. 1549. Fla. ; E Siexas, Thoma4yille.Gi.,S.Puteston. Mon.ticeflo at the Jime he made or shall make the payment himself,boise, svaozacart.t'.m, ,boat &e. .
iiwl 'wa <,,.. h< at Old Point Comfort i I think, bribe course bevas: obliged to pursue, JOS. DEL AFIELD,) Fla., and by T4. Barnard, Jr., DruhtTalIahasee. thereafter show-.by proof that be 'was vemuunttt, j-t PE'rERItArNER: '

: n Tkuir- .-y IiHwn tydsbfnman Jf P. nnd complimented old Zachary lo ibo skies [Stgned] LEWIS CURTIS Trusts.Ma Fla.May.t8tJ.. which case the rlHuction xhall cnlj! extend joihq .. -- Third Aditci I

; X3f 7nt! hr Jaw, Hne, i iPjlCV) ofoni. ] for hi* ftfcili and bjamv. But Taylor dUU'J! IS 19. f 18 9w- J9-3ci |ime h? was on fpof! and provided' also! ,i ft ny ny' pril-21 isi

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In Chancery

A m a *jr II., ngine .,$ 4. l. il'P hn t'itgd sh$ M yonnj DEN CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas P. ihrtin! >

',I n( th. ..r i I Minuend mni UM<* hit I.tiae Ii put AUCTIONEER .1jt'rt; The most extraordinary Medicine Iu the orld. The Branch of the Bank of the) r*. > Attachment for SIM 50,

S tpfc S"ir iipiUciiii. birh thrt rnil Or. I'nMDwud'i riuip..rUa, T.1LL.1IL1SSEE.. State of Alabama, Compl't.,, A rch. B. McDcoptld $ Bond in & .
*Ic n end ii and
milE defendant
RErrIt TO vs. ? perjors intrrecltd
4uitart, i.tid nnrrviu. 4mt MM itriuurty ft workerun nil) { J.
TIuac.IftI,ansi tic 11 KB.rliie tt'urne the tiU>ofl)T.. f n j Mc.rs. H. BOVP. J. W. Ancvu:, D. C. Wit>ox, Benjamin C.West.Sheriffpf .: are hereby notified of the institution of lbs
and J.T. ARCIIKH. den County,and ex-ojficw admr. Edt to foreclose above suit by attachment,and are required f to
iKe |>urp> of !iuiif rrnlii hir wlml h it not. Th 41 tii cull- F. II. 1'i.w.1'.J.Hor"oi aoprar
the Estate of James Innerar- Mortgageity .- and plead tn the declaration filed therein
tine the finhlic! not to be urcbiuic none but tie March |10, 1S40. 10 on ,within tie
dec'd. John F. Innerarity. time prescribed by lavr.
u?:% tI. ;; oRa.sI. ( M) Hr. Jrut Tontnds $aiy.wrjJ ,

h.virf i ,. Innerarity, Lewis W. Minor and ERSKINR
&$q' ud hti IPi"ie r... tie rrnt u( rni.
and virtue of an order and decree 3 Ptaintifi's!
by Minor Defendant
ty.i. < j'a, w.iagpt &., .Viit J,rt C, IN pursuance Attorney.
the Honorable Judged Probate in and for the TT BEING MADE TO APPEAR"by affidavit filed February 10,1S49. 0 3aItMOX
countv Jeflerson. I willc-xposeto public sale.at HY WILLIAM D. MOSELEY, :
L in this cause, that John F. Innerarity resides beyond
auction, before the Court. louse door.in Monticello, Governor of Florida. of Florida wit in the
the limits of the State to TOWLT. UABIANO
!1J & the t'Hut Monday in May next, being the 7lh; day O. PAPT.
on it has been represented tome by res State Alabama ; hat William P. Innerarity resides -
f title and interest of WHEREAS TOWLE & PAPY
said month, all the right,
citizens of State, one out of the Middle Circuit Florida, to wit,in

V. James Sloan, late of lands said county and, deceased beiu ,iimaid of, nand ENOCH SEVER, of Jefferson County, did, on, or the City of Pensacola, in the State Florida ; that Altcrneyj and Counstllsn! at Law,
the following lying ;
to about the first of March commit murder in resides the limits of the
day a Santiago Innerarity beyond
in the Land Office of formed asjociation for
known and designated an (the
Y' county, the county of Leon, the body of Anthony C. State of Florida, to wit, in the Island of Cuba that HAVING Practice
; the 1'iiitedStates at Tallaha ,ec as follo\v>-nwit| : upon This Extract it put vp in quart tattles; it is tie ; will attend the several Courts of the "*

One hundred and six i acres and one third ot an acre, Hand : tunes cheaper, pleaaanter, and warranted superior Lewis W. Minor and Ileloi.se Minor, reside beyond Middle Circuit of Florida,and in the District Conrtof
Now THERFFORF, I, WILLIAM D. MOXEIET, to gold. It disease without tomit- the limits ol the State of Florida,to wit,in the Slate
more >r le-is, being the; Southern part or portion ol any eurei the U. S at Tallahassee. All business enttoittd
Governor of the State of Florida, by virtue of die of Virginia : It is therefore Ordered, That the
the N W quarter of section eleven, in township two, inSpur ingicieningordelilitatitztfiepatient.HE to their care will receive prompt attention.
authority in me vested by the laws of said State,do said named defendants do and answer the bill
of range five, North and East: -said tract coinmenrimrtno great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla 00-: Office the Capitol.
hereby offer two hundred dollars reward for the apprehension of complaint filed therein, within the times limited
hundred and ninety-three and one-third ..H_ overall other medicine i js, that while February 17, 1849. 7
ct said Sever, and his safe delivery I to the to them respectively, that is fo say-the said John
yards South from the northern line of paid tract, and t eradicates the disease it invigorates the body. It
Sheriff the said county of Leon. F. iarityLewis W. Minor.and Heloise! Minor

q 2t running lo the Southern line of the the same. of the Item-The said ENOCH! SEVER i is a stout, well is one of the very best Spring and Summer medicine within the period of four months from the date of 200 Sacks Salt.T .
Ca'itiitiont CSIl-titlei at it the whole
expense ever known not only purities system
built man, about six feet high, rather pale looking, ; the first publication of this order; the said William
and but creates new, ) ECEIVED Wacissa. For sale
purchaser. strengthens person, pure per Brig bT
and has hair. months and
light P. within the of two
Innerarity period
; rt
and rich blood a power possessed by no JOHN DENHAM.
'- In witness whereof I have hereunto set ; the said within the of six
Sheriff of Jefferson County, and troffieio icine. And in this lies the grand secret of its won Innerarity Newport. Feb. 23, 1549. 8
OLD) IK) J\COB TOWXSEND\ ), Administrator of said deceased. [SEAL ] my hand ard caused the creat seal of derful success. It has performed within the last two months, or in default thereof the said bill of complaint ..-
the State to be affixed this 3d day of the said defendants
be confessed
TUB R .!N\I. l5r'> ".tzui oF THt: March ?!lst, IS9. Ot-13 more than AO.OOO cures of severe cases of may taken as by Flour, &c.
April, A. I)., 1slt.WILLIAM year at and after the several periods limited to li
Genuine Town.end Sarsnparilla.f. Circuit Court. I D. MOSELEY, disease; at least OOOO were considered incurable.It them respectively in this order. Providedthat this T> ECEIVED per Schooner Randall Marshall, j

fl4 > T .*turnA i* now Hb-iut TO yrr of ffc. and li )o MJtmw. Jefferson By the Governor: Governor of Florida has saved the lives of more than 5OOO children order be published once a week for the term of four IX 30 barrels planting Potatoes, I"1G

WI, ., M* 1VTHUKnA HI\Ct>rKRKR'<( lb'. William Bailer, admr. dc") IN CHANCERY A. E. MAXWELL, .'ccrctaryof State. the pt season in the city of New York alune.- months, and at the expiration of the said term of ; superfine Flour,
mivrAaRiai.v.ti.. ro r.vsK.vs.iRs.ir.iRii. bom- of John Bella- More than 00, sacks Salt for sale
X.4.**Jlnnj IK*'. be wi.couitirllcd l l" limit lt$ nwBu'afliire I.ywhkh non j Rm fw IwiefKormy 1 of Chronic Rheumatism four months, then continuously once a month for byJOHN
3,0 ca e
inriiii U 1ie l>wn kept nut of inurkri. mid the !Ii' rir- dec., Comp. J sale, cflandto ? t aside Court of Probate, the term of two months, in a newspaper published DENHAM.
r,,mi crili'd s, th"1* otly w ho Imd |>rn rd it north. end know ii.Is ''*' 2,010cases of Dyspepsia; Newport, January 20. 1S49. 3Blacksmithing.
within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida.
&c. '
Conveyance MARCH 'Jlt A. D. ISI!.).
va'.u". It l.d l inched the ror* ot m ny. ort TlhrIes* a* henry Dn'rgHt and David | i .1 1,000 cases General Debility and want Energy;
who I h.d l l braird of sore 4iwi r >ecn
lhn o <'ni '
iirr STATE Fi.ouIut-Co1'Nl' LEO.N. < of the different Female complaints
OF or 7,0N U cases ;
Defts. J JTT .
from oleklU, pf.I4iI4lls.d i its MM-HUH* sn.l wonderful February 20. A. D. ISIS. Judge.C. .

HEALING POWER.Knnwirt. appearing to the tati faction cf this Court by William G. Ponder, Executor of) 2,000 cases ol Scrofula ; II. DUPONT, Sol. for Corn pl't. substantial, and cheap Blaclcsriiitbing of
'14'ISI .rr, eg*. 'hHt he 1i.t, Uv hIs ,kIl. rlpnrc J. aflidavit itade this that the said defendant the last will and (testament of 1,504') c.ises of Liver Complaint ; GOOD kinds
cause done
in A true at the
: Shop near Stable
would L.4 of inreku copy occupied -
rnA, infiier.| netiu'd nn Mtirle wlncU' 2r,00 of Diseases the Kidneys and Dropsy my
cases ;
Utile r.4ssntMe to nnnkd wfci-u the iiirnnt wituM I I.* fistqtih4 le ide out of tW State cf Florida, beyond th Aichibald Graham, deceased, Petition for dii- I. R. HARRIS, Clerk Gadden Circuit Court. last tear by Miller & Erokaw.
; !
of the Crave
l hrms wnuld lif know n *nd ii|>preci lcd. Thti time hue imi.e // is OriUrrd That the said defendants, licnrj Dog. Airi Ponder, John Swain, Peter estate of John lfiiO') cases of the Yellow Jaundice; March 3, 1949. 9-Om

the siwiI lire 'ii'iliil'.. 1h: gett and David Harrow do and answer the Carleton, Isaac N. Cook, and Graham, deceased. 1 ,.>OO case of the Dropsy ; LEWIS &, AMES
a R4.VI) .f. I) I %I ( t I.I.F!) 'l: ? 4 R. TIOX appear ,
mnntitiictltred nn thr Urp>t 4ra1e! .und I* r&llej for thr .nel Bill of Complaint tiled in ibis Ca'IC within four Rachel his wife, and Collin S.OOO cages of the Consumption, Bagging, Rope, and Salt.
int ttie Irnciti und lirriutiii of the land. riceiaU| U i U foui.dliicafolile months fiom the date of the publication cf this order Graham, heirs at law of John And thousands of cases of di: a esof the blood, viz: DEALERS IN
T ECEIVED Brig Ocilla and other vessels
) ,
ff dccrnrnition or the said Bill will ne taken for confuted Giaham, deceased. I J.V DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS OILS
wllh Rmiirvrr
youne S. I' Tint nnd'i.it luiprnvei c' > Tetter 209 piece Bagging,
Face Scald Head Neuralgia &c.&c., together
rhunctw. lint l.v the tirlter:t.er'te it i prf jwr d en rrirnt' against them ; .Ind it i*further Ordcnd, That pub being made to appear to this Court that Collin 'J'x coils Rope, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, tc., Window GiaiPAINTEHS
qJtrSfl.br IT with of Sick Headache Pain
knnwled! numerous cases ,
,tc r.Nfq'e. \ C trrttjir *iew. The hiehrst lication of Iliis" ordei be made in some newspaper Graham, one ol the defendants named in the aid *
sacks Salt for sale bv ERCSHES
InJ J the late l di rovcrie tmti. Bin wijH nnin in the mnmifrcturp of the (Hd Hr' puhlUhcd at Tallahassee, once \\eekaor I the pace petition, (if he is still in being,) resides beyond the This is the most successful medicine known in JOHN DENHAM. Apothecaries' Glass Ware, Ac.
5 ariijiir.Ile. TlieMiri>R|>Krini* ro.t. ii> well known l<> in d'rn: of four months.I limits Ihe State of Florida, but within the limits rn}HE above hand
and and all affections Newport, November I1?. IS1.I IS constantly on ,and for sale at the
( % n*iiv iiH iieiml ;jir<);>prtipit. onrt mn pmf rtiivhifh diseases the Kidneys Dropsy,
.CuflUW '
the above to be true from the
certify J-
a copy records of the United States: It is tlitrrfurc Ordered, That lowest market prices.
cud htrh if ivtamcd >rf-
are inert s'r u rip nilicrf. w in ( of the Urinary Organs. Several thousand casts have
nnd atii. which U Injgrtnu of JelTcrson Circuit Court the said defendant Collin: Gialiam, do and Pickled Mullet.
fuiriii it f f UMr| Mlure f.rIh.Nr.d4ue appear been cured when all other remedies have LEWIS &. AM ES.
t" tlie sbI.Iu. t-otnr ni lh |irortip| of S r pitnlire c. c. nn:, cierk. answer the sai 1 petition within four months from reported as BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLET, of Tallahassee, November 20, 1S47. 13
mi raifttir. tliM they crtirel \ |iornlc uml re Imt 10 the March 31, 1S. 13 the date of the first ion cf his failed.
I cider other
publicat .Ju the catch and in fine order.
tirrwru'd b first
gi,1iiirttstfl.| if they ere imt ) P. trimtijif fractit Hundreds of cae of Fits and Nervoti Disuses, ,
knAw$ nnt) 1uth.rv.tIsniid >In iL.oi'tiutr1i1re.; M.iroiurr wise the Complainant's petition maybe taken as originating in Debility havebeen entirely cured.and For sale low by McNAUGHT fc ORMOND. MILLER &. BROEAW'S
tht M: ,l'ttlr i>nrr. or iii an >xhniainn. Notice. centes-ed bv said defendant. Provided, That this
.Ufldt-t heal.*'* th* v'a\ tfr.tul Miemc.ul fraftrtirt >4"thefOH thousands of cases of Dysentery. Diarihic and Summer Newport, November 23, Irs4rs. 1'J
wlllrVi Cl<. tli ''I r". H% VHIUK. :Monlhi! aftrr date, I shall apply to the Hon. order be published once a week for Ihe term of four Complaint. Livery & Sale Stable

Any jwrni n nni! nr tw thermit till tbev vet a dtrk rolorf : SIX of Piobate in and for the County of Leon, montht in some newspaper published in the County CAUTION. Tobaccos .I.T\ ,
liquid v.hW-h m tu.r. i i.in tl,- r. \\.au\f unli't in the nmt thuo of Leon, and State aforesaid. : )_. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. _
for discharge Irotn the JiJir.iniMratoibliip
(root uny thine el'r '1v cur tUcn *imn thu itmtud; or v ;ndI'ljuid. my upon [fj3Ij:: >ok out for Imitation*.-Unprincipled persons l& FULL supply manufactured ,just received -
I E.:
*wrru-n >' i "Uf miMf gn4 t n-n cull It "SAR.Al.RI.1.A the goods', chattels, and estate of Thomas Knight, JAMES BROOM, have copied our labels, and put up medicine in .t._ and for sale byMcNAPGIIT T subscribers have moved up tr their fire-prccf

ETR 4T ur s-VBUV liut u .n u not toe deceased. ROBERT BUTLER, Adui'r. Judge of Probite. the same shaped bottles. See that each Bottle has t ORMOND. brick Stables and take this opportunity to in
,arttrl Vnnwii kk th- March 2l 119.! 12 tm form their friends and the
Match 21,1>40. l-<-.m March 10 1919. JOB public jcenenlly of the
GENUINE OLf) DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSAK&ftPARILLA. I the written signature of S. P. TOWNSEND.N. Newport. ,
fact. Being thankful for the liberal '
patronage the,
U. Persons for this medicine should
Court of Probate Leon iuquirin Leon have heretofore
-- County. County received, they solicit a continnauc'of
Thin l Pimrrd thiu nil th inert ;.mene, % f the !**f Notice. not b>: induced to take any other. Irtig.tits> ; put up
,eperIIa rmu eve nnt fi nnv.icr). -V Tunti r.iiwbi ii if htiwnurc j In the untter of the estate > AT CHAMBERS, Sarsiparilla .and of course prefer selling their own, TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. the same, and pledge themselves to spare no pains
Months after date 1 shall 2t the Hon.I .
..'L J of QIX apply for the accommodation of those who
a r tmnentMtion riunru-il and '
ii njerted thrn t erMfli'lr \ may patronis
of Lester Crook deceased. $ .
April 1 I 1S39. other have that in small bottles, vested in law I
purchased the
put up Y virtue of me by
nl M-ilimi urtw i wrunrti in pure nod mnrentmti I _) Judge of Probate lor the County of Jefler-onfor power them. Their Stables are situated on Washingtoa
fnrtn: usis din. it is t.uI41PU4 iirith) V.1 Inline i1fl% .4fl1" irnluhir -i lattetii cf dismission as Executor of Esther Korne- ON the petition William Bailey, security, and because they nuke greater profit, recommend have levied upon| and shall expose for sale, before Square, in the most convenient of the town and

*tMwktjmwrrtuI end liMUn uxfni: Pfliie.in tn> Jrwred| tu tht wy, it i made the ]I cay, late of said County, deceased. pray inn that Luke Moore, adniinislratorol them-do not bc deceived by anv-inquire for Dr. the Court House door,in the city of Tallahassee, for comfort and convenience,part they cannot be,

Cure of i ituiiirf\blr di.eace. JOSHUA TAYLOR, Senr., Evccutor. estate may be retjuirc-d to give r.ew security in lieu Townsend's, and take no other. on the fir-t Monday in May next. ((1-19.the) lollon'- parsed by any Stables in the Southern iur-

firm-k tlw n>Kwia In \>f hi ..r < i>iiiiM-n>ltiMii> 6n e\ety ideIt 1 March 24, 1'41. 12 Uta of pe-tilioiior, or in default tliPre-cl that said Moore be Principal (Office, l-"i'i F-iltonst..San !Building, N. jag described property, or so much thereof a* will November IS, 13-15. IS country.

it. f vnr ty wen wium-n. :,ni chiWnn. \Ve Sod itm 1 1j removed fiun said administration, it appealing lo Y., lO-> South Pearl street, Albany, and for sale by pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for the

',.w4c'e tlir ii the satisfaction of this Court that -aid Luke Moore, all the principal Drui-ts and Merchants general!) 13ISto wit :
r 'ip' '.q .d (' j For Sale. year
1.FFR 0.14 adininitrdtrrnforeail of the of the United State West Indies and the in the of Leon In Leon Circuit Court.
rl.41.vr .tnd i, f HIT.V.. *tttf>HJ..1 POF ///: estate Lester Crook, throughout That both o land lying County ,
trwtvzc. iiIl 4 'r 71Vl.. l l'ILP.V3, Pt.;!. A FIRST SATK NEGRO MAN, about twenty- resides beyond the limits of the Stt of Florida or Canada. ]bounded; North by the line of demarcation, West by SPRING TERM, 1S49.

rIJ.a. ?MPIT1TY t I 11 I4 tis'tIl fITL !1 oi. two \ziT* of a e-.QtU h iid-hvi in the Eastern Ciiruit tf Florida, or conceals himself A fresh supply rf the above valuabied medicine the Ociockonee: River, South by Wakulla County, Thoustin Lurapkin, Agent for") .

irH THE:: .ULOOD.i i S. S. KNIGHT.j so that ro ice of saiJ petili' cannot be served just received and for sale ho'esate' and retail by and East by Ihe St. Marks River,known as Forbe Robert Lnmpk,.. \ Attachment
z **** .tai< nf' > ill& 4 'flI34StS froui bbt
tll! I Tallahasw, March 17, 1M!>. 11i him // i. Ordtrid Tlmt the EDWARD RAPvXARD. Jr. to the 5900.
4tf>nn *. fmiii .1.t..siqj f I. ; -nari timn iiiipqimi eirralnin j upon : .t thtirfore said Purchase, and purporting to belong Apalacbicoli
I tin.<>u mnii"ji'n .' .'.c.o! i lie I'fi.il. ;..!.'.laiion ot the hf *t.rnI | Luke Moore, administrator as aforesaid, do appear D. LAUD. Newport. Land Company. William Carrer.fer. j Damages 1600.TIIC .

f'1 Ud 3Irn4.f.i'i ln'lind. h *t tl*>iie.avtt UKtM)d>. U i Liverpool Salt. and an>wer aid petition ithinto'tr months from the November 11 ISIS. 17 Cm W.oiSE4S.c1.TtRSandE.Wof [ defendant and all ethers interested will
tiiis. fls equ.tI m < '1.i. it4! ( <& ; *ti4
Vwnrttn. :siiI gtiHw w a1'rItI,.;*, reIdtil $LrtLuru 4ri.ibmet I ) ECEIVED p r Schooner Lucy Bhke.COO Sack date of I the irt t publication cf I this order, or the said N S 4, S"C IS T 2, R 2. S and E.owner unknown. notice of the institution cf the above*ott

kidIervuttwy. .nrt. LLivcipool Suit l-'cr ale by j pci ii it ion may lie I taken for confe? td, and the prayer Groceries dtc. E i S W 4, Sec 2H, T 1,11 1N and W.owi.er un by attichmenl!, and appear ?ad plead to the declaration
lint In mh tie 4.1. e\ritlitiii! nhi'e m.nit4y! cen and BCmo JOHN DENHAM.Xovvport I thereof jrrautd: : I'rotidtd Tht cf this ,
fkitjt'J IU m itU! K tuh ntnj >:nEe . FLMALE COMPLAINTS.It 3lt t March 1 l"P.Notice.. j derbe published once a week for> four months, in 1 BAGS RIO coFE}:. W 4 tnt No. 199, lying and being in old plan city law. H. N. GRAY,

rksni&ilrr. In r*.*-uf bvur.fris or IITiif'. IV'ujfrf' some newspaper published in the City of Talla'nsjce.' 1 *J S do. Ft. Domirno do. of TatlahaiMje, owner unknown. Attorney for Plaintiff.

Ctc JS'u OAj'ffi.rt/'ti! bttt'ftrttftii "r /Jaiw/tt JMruitrt frrrpuJQ I JAMES i E."BROOME: 5 do. White Java da. Lot No. 2. fric sec 13 ; lots 1 and 2, frnc sec 23 ; December 20, 1S-t. 24 3mNotice.

If the ienfctru-U! | n..i 't'iJ hip like ; nn, and lots No. -
ID curing ul tiietiintik ni Kuiu? I'rnir. LL persons having fly ftKtiimin; nbttrtirtio i-. nnil r.rn uir;; the rrnml *ytitm. ot Cd\vard H. Wilder, late ol Grid-den County, Just Received 2 Cbls. cru-'hcd Su ar, I 1,2,3, 4, 3, s i, jtt-1 7, of Sec. 2*>, in Township, N : .
it eivei tuna ,tn, the wiiule buU>. ad thunHI 2! Bo\rs L"at At. of R 1 W.. containing 2131 acres, purporting to beIon" -
lt 1rIiI ofccr'n' deceased, will present them to me without d< lav.J. A LL creditor, legatees, and entitled fo
ttt4b % .
LEWIS k AMES' Dms Store a fresh supply G) hcn Cutter Box. and Pine Apple Cheese, Supepeticr to Albert A- Pickett and John II. Gindrat. j jW persons
: ,' ! Flmjr Cider and White Wine Vineesr.Codfuh
New and Valuable Medicines- which Family i of N W 4 of Sec 17, T 1, RISarid C. be-
and bub prvver t* .r riiw,e a '.f 'y nte4 :cli in', lel.1 >1. j lu-SvvTKTOTICK among off Jefferson Coucty. deceased, are hereby ncti evlt
?IM! demands
If; iirftic I-.fi. ',. t-Hlmnut. .P. 'T IS IIRKKKV: OUT.X to alkvhrn I DR.SPENCEU'S VEGETABLE PII.LS AND RCSToUATIVn Pickles, Almonds, Firs, Table Salt. &.r. &.c. years 1S45,154ft, 1S47, and IS43. t will be barred at the
U UmbHW tli., iiiiinu ricfx the litt hwitthv wtititi. tnne i expiration of two years trcm this dat*>. nnles* the
th stosip.rb.eu4 | ;ituf tM d *l1etl.It. i iievcth tbv Htueli nf i i1 it mviv concern.I xat I have tin- day filed in RITTEItS! Received per brig Smvannep and for jw'e by Section 15, T I 1. R I, N and E., put porting to be- [t same are exhibited to the subcri'; and aU)

i.'rpur and tm2I.llpl.a4'n.; b -s4liIITtIfl. fiuntiei the km, < the Clerk's Ofljce nf the Circuit Court for the couu- Designed l for,and, will cm r. Dv. pepsia, Liver Complaint McNAUGHT &. ORMOND. long to W. G. Goald. I}I who have demands against the aid decr persons red
''lw'e< the sri.iat'i nj tiir h.imt f. |Miiirinf fort:* unrnith Newport, March 10, 1S49. IUS JAMES W. SHERWOOD, | any are
Middle Circuit cf the Florida
.quifly I U the t ty of J* fTei-on, State Pile*, Scrofula, J.'uadice-and all kindred hereby notified to them without delay and
vr >a ; ITltpf ; present ;
nil trirturr$ HIM ', 't.in..i r,at.niruetiou..., eud I a petition in behif: of Andrew J. Moore, in tight diseases resulting Iron a disordered stomach or im- Tax Assessor at.d Collector Leon County. tltow indebted to said estate are new called upon 1'

ilttlenmunt &heenisr.s n< r its: trui. Ii C'tttliih ;htn < of his wife, Rachel Ann Moore, one, of the heirs at puie sta'<'oi' blood.DR. DdAlloriicy LWi5fl-: ] October i. IMS- 14 ts_ take immediate payment to

The medicine you jirr-craiRCiuly: rr d Uw ol Ivmnezcr Folsoia, late of said County, drcoaed HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, Tax Collector's Sale. ANN HART

Hut tun njr tn! p Ui'i-c. l t' t'rt i's| p.T<' n.enU'. ..r.fej j| who died intc .'at*, ti-r t IIP part it ion cf the Kcal 'I'hesafest, flxst ofTectual, and pleasant preparation :it Ltv, Qualified Rxecotrix.JefiVrs.m .

Tf*tI.rt COMPARED l*! Tht> Vxui.r: V.HH in r.-" THE i.uMrf l OLD tint t.DU'S(* !j, property and slave", of llu-p-dale (>f the said Hbenezer before the ptiWir, for the eradication of Woois, in Slnnlirfllo), Jefferson County' Florida. BY virtue of the authority vested in me bv law. I County. Vebrnar 10. Ifi,49. 5 5vr

FoUom, ce-ased l and that I will apply to the Children i-r Ailo'ts. Imc this day levied upon, and will expose for
rf.Vr! >. 4.AIt'Uf.{ l ; thut the .ton 11 INCAPABLE 1TILL attend the Cir<- it Courts of the Middle
eu i Couit on (he Third Mondav in June next lor the ap- HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES b Circuit uuii of the County uf Columbia in the sale, belore the Ct.uit: House in the city of Talla- I Fair WarningrA

NttVCK SPOII5. 1 puinlinenl of Commissioners to make partition of Will FKEVE-VT Consiiniption, jiul CURE all rases of Eastern Circuit.March3lISI"i.. hasseecu the first Jl.mdiy n June ne\tth following -

while the other EII l .i.r 'fmttrf. and Wmrm (Ite4.ittL.'r i said estate according lavs. Jlontirello, Match 3, Colds, Astbtm: Spitting ot Clood, Pdins in the Side, !13 property, or-o much thereof as will pay the State LL persons, without reserve positively, indebt-

rn;. tMd ciIeIIttzin 4i llIgIt.! t iUO i'Ihvr fril4.r&|H.', Must the K.nr.nm ihiit acm hnrr I.quri) ,;lile l ciplo coni! .IMti. TI10 JEFF.: I 1IC1K l Sh >itnes cf Breath, and all other Pulmonary Com- and County Tax's due by the owners thereof for the I Aja..
ftllrd be Solicitor fur Petitioner. I$45"to wit : or account, or otherwise, it not settled by the 10th
} IKIIMHIUU* In the i<\ tBi.i lfaat .' pat actJ ,ito < pl-silt) year
ey* rmr M> f,,<,,,,,t wi4| *,p-,,j \\ bat CBUMl Iv.peaIi| i l but March JO, IblO. lu 3ai WHITE SPRING, LoN Nos. VJ, and past of 175 and 76, OPrand March next, will most positively pay cot.
fctl4 1 tV v BU< Ml fcpim thitl when tuod nur In our Hoiututhi. Anderson February 17, 1S.9. 7 S. F. BURNET.
what iniM-hift. DR. HULL'S FKVEK AND AGUE PILLS, l.r)2, N. A. ot Tallalusjee, belonging lo
4t | tif the iie.trt. Jiver r.unit.aitn.: dmrrhipa dysentery tolic, Well known a< a Safe Crrliin, and, Effectual Cure Peeler. j *
nod curra|>tiiB ut the blond t X\hut i* tv-rofulu but an acid Months aflcr date I will apply to the Hon. for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent I r undersigned respectfully inform the public LoN Nos. SI, S'2, S3, S.I. and 55, X. A. of city of j Notice.
tiuinor in the eiiIv XVhm |ir>Miurr nil the hum lJuptuin ..f the Skin, .cud Ileiul. f- Probat-forGadden( County for If tiers and allother Fevers. Price reduced Stcenty-ftre i A LL creditors legatees, and persons entitled I JoXI.
stpea.. U'bite tt ellinc'. | er sire and all i.lc trillion* in- nldim< *ion from the administration of the estate of Cent., per J'or. \pars. The mineral propertie- th<* water are so JAMES W. SHERWOOD distribution in the estate of Richard Jones, latacf

lernul l eid; cxiernitl It 11 nothing under hdivea. tint an arid James H. Gibson, deceased. The above Medicines, fie h and gpnuine. are for generally known that it is needless to say anything Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon County. Jefferson County, deceased are hereby notified

MjWinre.body, tiirne nhuh or !k's'miir. \Vlmt*. and rvase thu sjuiiU ilheiitiittmni all thc bnt fluid a* wiur of The or R. I 1':. GIBSON, Adrn'r. sale by LEWIS & AMES on that subject.To November irs. 1S4S. 1S_ --"* that their claims and demands will be barred at the
Rheumatism Srroflula --- --
pr'4 tluiit. >vnich inuiu1i -f! bttnren the jninti and el'e March in.) is in. 10 Cm Tallahassee, Fa. those atliictcd with ,Dispcpsia Notice. expiration of two year from this date, unless the

tere. imtHtinc nd InliJUiui'ihe i>>icaie tinnuek upon which certificates recommendation, and other information and the thousand ills which mortal are heir same are exhibited to the subscriber; and alt per-
tt artfc' S. 4if tiervuiiii iIiw$M"h. n| miiurity| (if the WiMid 44 l In Chancery.IN concerning the above Medicines future to, we would respect tally sups.st that they try its SIX month after date, I shall apply to the Hon sons who have any demands against the cud deceased
ieranirrd rjrmnti.iin and all the luluieuu wlmh afllt
nearly of Probates for the of Gads-
from its almost miraculous County
virtues Judge
human iwiure.li LEON CIRCUIT COURT. advertisement*, and pamphlets! which may be obtainrd -believing many are hereby notified to present them without delay.
U Out futrnblv to mike and tell and *itfiusze.'p/ worst of the Aeents. cures effected by its use that they also will be simili den for letters of dismission as Executor on the estate and those indebted to said estate are now called
totl'o IbisOUtti.G. I Thomas Blown r. Christopher Williams, George March IS 35 ly benefited. And we say to all who visit this of Samuel Strickland.decM. late of said county. to make immediate upon
IS, H.
FE .MKNT1N(;. ACID COMPOUND I:. Dennis, William Williatn, James J. Vickc-is, Spring, that in the event that they are not benfitted H. II. STRICKLAND, Executor. JAMES payment R. TUCKER Sheriff

ndHhr would OF iHln S.iuvc P. 'JXnVXSEND, Sarah Vicker and William Maner. Drugs, Medicines, &c. after a fair trial, there will be no charge forboaro. J.ininry 27. 1S-ICI. 4 and ex officio Administrator of,said estate.,
u Iuikr1wsd thst Old IMJmnb virtue of di-cice rendered in the above recited The seekers of will here find
a pleasure
IVwnMBil'iJrnntwr a delightful Jefferson
ttnfm UtrtupanUa. uon IMITATION BY Pure Sulphate of Quinine. county, February 10, I4. 6 8rW.
lirmm |.,rr.iil that t e ft.oii.l! iVa! in knurtirle vhlrh would A. I.). IMG, in the Circuit Curt of the Middle Circuit ., The Hotel having been renovated, and the rooms fPHE subscribers have on hand two hundred and .

and lienr a the hirhh% in.int .ii.l.ni rewinliiBiirr, M f. P.' .iwnwna' article in and for the County of Leon, in favor of said J received, by the late arrival, a made comfortable and supplied with new furniture, J. fifty ounce of Sulphate of Quinine, which they j GAITHER BURGESS & CO.,
uldUins l.i
C Iiad liirnIIIlants' and*'<'""n!'UH<"n/r"1"| >n the O'd Agents hr.surh lii)s har suuunutn Mild.* Complainant, and again t said Defendants, (the su- addition! to his stock of GENUINE we hope to <;ivc general s ati>faction. have obtained direct from the manufacturers, and Receiving Forwarding & Commission;

end purrhaw.rs a bu bine ui.od i.. l'.1t ntns EEILMk'ZIMi perhe.it-as herein granted at the application of some m.- DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of Our arrangements for supplies, &.C., are such ai to they will warrant it to be a superior article. ,

CUPOtThI%.c ait It,. of the defendants being by agreement set aside and which are of good quality, lo\cfor Cash.Ats. enable us to keep as good a table as can be found in We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines
'ejtood. Urnu-e u in the eiWi.fr fr,M. that i. 1'. Tuanseeuis "rlirl cud) 'i'' I'r.Jacob Tanpnd'i SitfIaIarflta removed) I willoffer at public 8aIe,for cash, before I he South. by recent an ival*. and are prepared to execute -ALSO---
are kearrm-tjr c.art. asj injwtrJy diinmilar; that the Court House door, in the Cit of Tallahassee which are warranted genuine, izhluuck'i : The stable will be provided with the best proven orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail,

they in common are unLike. '" eVry 'Mrl''uUr' h4bintiOttifle single thing Monday t the. sttentfi day of May neit, within legal Paupcea, RowanJ's Improved Tonic Mixture der that the country aflords, and with attentive on the most accommodating terms. Dealers in Western Produce,

Ai S. r. 'naDfftd im n., doctrit. and never w m. if nn hours : All of lot number one hundred and sevenlyTiine Wistar's Bal am of Wild Cherry, Brandrtth'sPills est hers. We have as'! a few accounts yet due to us for the 62 Peydras Street, New Orleans.

*)heii.t.to |>harniareu-iM-kiio no more (,if inHtfoe or dii- ((170),) in the original plan of the City of Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor, Pa senier? from Tallahassee and Jacksonville year IS17. They are generally in small amounts, Feb. 3, IS.J9. 5 6m

C r what iiiie einan any siIu-r niinnnin.,,. uuncienuiii unjiroiemtional man. 'l'ahlaba'.sce- be f=cld fo yatisfy ihe fcum of It ree Worm, Couah, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland'sCelebrated meet with no inconvenience in Retting from Alligator but if the whole could be paid shortly, it would' go
fwamtr ran it
rimnne kcicuune tli.,J.riir., uu.n.roiiuuun hake that; a1 tliey I the nr Virtue rereivine*U| the a thousand one hundred and and twenty-six dollars Fevcraud Eye Water Ague MrMunnV Remedy, Lurenia Cordial, to the Sprin, as arrangements will be made to far towards liquidating certain sums which we owe. Notice.

urtirirn umed in |ireMii.e| >i.nnd w bwh urn inr ,.Hlle ochnrs mentioned in said decree of the interest. Thompson's Elixir of Opium, bring them without any delay. LEWIS &. AMES.
hrh night wruder imm the AUg.VWuf HiMkMr'n.lriiU olM41 B. F. WH1TNER, Sands Sarsaparilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, Board will be moderate. April 20.131 N. -II SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon.
b 'ultb. of Probate for the of JefTerionfor
Tyler's Gordon's IliIIiou and AntiDyspepticPillsBeck County
April 7,1S19. 14 Commissioner in Equity. SAM. BUFFI NT/TON Jr.
leg Wliairl'rinniiid be etierlei| ; | from one whn Iniw, nnth w it h' Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, Peters'andSpencer's Take Notice. letters of dismission as Executor of William H.
c.MalIlirat; | \el ol( uipd.une CHARLES E. RYAN.
I> or dpeie: I Itriu.rr I < n
5f1.1)nlC | |l-riia Pills and is for S. Mathers late of said deceased.
P. Townsend's county
e1p.nsl4--" r''""< and -rie eien Notice. Agent
up a 441111111110 ilen-al April 7. 1919. It-JwlamSm iir S subscribers respectfully request their cnstenners -
4 iieni. im*'iiinchiin-ie IllaI.wtis:1| ; li il that the|lJs12s who man celebrated Sarsnparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 l per T SOLOMON E. MATHERS.
uWlure medirine. ilc, cued ?..r OIX months after date.! shall apply to the Hon.O bottle. Also, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from ----- to call and settle their accounts immediately Jefferson County, February 10,1949. 6 6m

) K ETOMACJIS A'D F.NrKKBI.ED SVSTEM?, Julie of probate for the county of JcfTer on, lor pure Citric or Armon Acid, far preferable for the Notice. a.< they have engagements at the North -
$ Il91d kDow well the lii1.I! Of which must be met promptly, and earnestly
i1aats. the hen hope
| letters dismission at administratrix de bonis non sick For New York.
if than that sold London
tll.OOrr .t. 4rin. and r..irrnirMlme their h.-hl.nr. irtnei. or ordinary use usually Months after date the undersigned will apply their friends will ad: them in so doing, or they will
;lho annexed Jeremiah Johnson
)an t'ltl>*-"ku.a ''! 4et"tIr' %trut dueanei hieh with the will of hale of Porter, &.c., &c. SIX
the human i ,., H affect I the Hon. Judge of Probate for Leon their claims in the hands of
Cifrlil.an.: t lo HdllH??,?!?, ,? their 4tsap, said county,deceased. MAUY S. JOHNSON. June 10. 184S. 47 County be compelled to place
ft Is ** nl I"*!* for letters of dismission Administrator of the for collection.N. .
uplli as
'snnndtd Ltullanlt .unlonunaie. t. 'n.ir htliu into Jeffeisoa! County,April Tth, Ifcoi'.. I 11 an Attorney
restire health and) I'.ioii.1. kiUil' and ii.l,*a
.aiid t..tisniih t..firiusity that 11.11 Ibt..j ,j and :brolieu. -) Action of Attachment.Silas HARTFORD CONN. PATRICK SMITH, Administrator. date, March 3d, IS 19.
Jl's uctu i' cud kUIji the March 10, ic 19. 10 Om CLARK & ST1LLMAN.
and -
his oi-i.ortun.iy mean to bring F. Burney, ) Amount sworn to SOISUJi). I REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS betwaen

iiand rniicrsnl I Coii cent rat etl r*. S DamageIM( W.( T HE undersigned having lately been appointed Notice.SIX March 3, IS 19. 9-lOw JL New York and St. Marks and Newport,, will

- Isaac llntto. ) Bond, 10U OJ.n their agent in this vicinity, will insure Build Thomas Jeff. Heir, commence running at the opening of the fall trade,

within the tench. n< !.> th<- km.wlnh-r "fall wh i tiMil it,(hut "HE: defendant and all others interested aiehereJ. ings and Stocks against loss by fire on the most favorable month* after date I will apply lo the Hon. and continue throughout the ertire vear, viz;
tlKryjiiK> learn ants know In j by notified of the rommenremeiit of this suit, terms. Persons who wiah to renew their insurance county, of Brig WARCALLA, Josselvn, Master,
Tnuihcciidciit I u\vcr to lltal.iiold returnable the Ciiruit Couit to be held at Tallahassee with this Company can do so on application Dismission, from the adininisfration of the estate of WILL practice in the Circiit Court in -each OCILLA, Trim lo.

wholesale and retail Ijy in the County of Leon and Middle Circuit of fo R. B. POST. Norborne T. Taylor, dec. H. U. BRADFORD. of the Middle Circuit, and in the Supreme LUCY Hosmcr, do.

4 THOMPSON. SKILLMAN & CO., the Slate of Florida, on the fourth Monday ((2611ida' Tallahassee, April 7lh, 1949. 11-If April H, 1St). 15 Court and United States District Court a SUWANNEE, Clark do. (new,>

) wf Match, A. D. ISI'J, and fo and Tallahassee. WACISSA do.
appear plead Perry, (new.)
102 Nassau klrect, New York. to'the same. WALKER &, GWYNK. State of Florida.--Monroe County. DR. J. S. BOND Monticello, Jannary2D._ IS. 2S These Brigs are built in the most substantial man

And by LEWIS ds AMES, Feb. 24, IS1. S Ally's for ITfT. Smith Mowrv" ) OFFERS his professional services to the citizens Medical Notice. ner expressly for this trade, and are commanded by

Agents, Tallahassee. w. S BILL IN CHANCERY. and the surrounding country. careful and experienced Captains. Freight and passjjc -

April 21, 1S-19. 16-ly Iron, &c. Joseph Lawton. ) Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel. 11. r. winr, M. D. j. t.. CALL, M. D. at the lowest rates. AjentsiCOE -

.- FULL assortment of Iron,2 fo 7 inches wide, IT appearing to me bv affidavit that Joseph Law ton, Aav2'Jl817.! 45 Uf P IIS. WIRT & CALL have associated themselves ANDERSON &. CO..
defendant in in the practice of Medicine, Surgery, &c., and 10 Be'aver street New York.
.tL -JJ( kegs Nails, assorted sizes, the bill filed in the above cau e, resides ,
Rail Road Notice. Just receiveil and for sale byMcNAUGHT out of the Slate of Florida, and in Europe: Help I Help Help offer their services to the public. JOHN DENHAM.McNAUGHT .

t ORMOND. Jt is Ordered, That said defendant appear and answer '"PHE subscriber most respectfully calls on hit cusJ. Office over Drug Stpre,Monticello, Florida. 4. ORMOND, tiNewpoi.

aaNOTICK Newport, March 10, 1619. 10 the said bill within the time prescribed by law, tomers, who are in arrears for 1S17 and MS, to Ausnst 5,1343. 3 ly .

otherwise it shall be taken pio confesso. It u further lend a helping hand by calling and paying by the Cloth and Newport,,August 12, IS-1$. 'I

Flour, Sugar, Potatoes, &c. Ordered, That a copy of this order be publish 10th of March next, the amounts they respectively Gunny Rope. ---
: is hereby jrivcn to the Stockholders! of ed in some newspaper printed in the Slate of Florida supply just received and for sale bvMcNAUGllT Gunny Cloth.A .
1 fBBLS.. and 10 half Bbls. superfine Flour FRESH
:- *ee HJI! Road Company, that onWtMntbdjy month foi nine months. owe.He fc ORMOND.
IU 10 do. Whibkey once a sincerely trusts that this notice will not be ills- SMALL supply. EXTRA HEAVY, daily expected

uitli lay of June next, an t-lecfion will 10halfBbls. do., JOS. B. LANCASTER, regarded by any, but that all will call, and thus enable Newport, March 10, IS-ID. 10 for sale

l tue )l.tldat $IheOflicc of the Conipati} inTallahss, ft Bbls. Vacuum Process" Key West,March 23.A. D. 1S49. JudgcSo.Cir.Fa. him to continue his present bujiness. byMcNAUGHT t ORMOND.

: (for oven Director* to manage the affairs! of aid 4 Kcs: flutter, Sugar, Titos. F. KI.VG, Sol. for Comp.A Those who disregard; this notice, will, after the Confectionery and Bakery. Newport November IS, 19-JS. IS

Company for tsvelrc: month, from that dIe. 4 Bales Gunny Bags true copy from (he minutes : time specified, be called on by one duly authorized KINDON would inform his friends and
U. K. CALL, Iics..T. K. Co. 'J Boxes Oranges, W. C. MALONEY Clerk. to act in the matter. generally, that he has on hand, and Salt and Rice.

Tallahassee.! April) 7,1849. 3m-H [Xentinel. Received per Tallahassee, and fir sale by April 14. 15 By II. L. HICK*. I). C. D. C. WILSON. is constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kinds, saleto arrive in Brig Fiorina,

1 -- February 10 IS 19. 6 such as : FOR
McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Plantation for Sale. Sacks Liverpool Salt,
Now Opening Ne-Apr.rt, March 10,1519. 10 PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS. CC small packages Carolina Rice.McNAUGHT .

T undersigned being desirous moving to (heWffctern Long Cottons wanted. CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY. *. OSMOND.
/ 10ME: :: and ca a general assortment of
and country, offers his place for ale, consisting AVINTERGBEEN, BARLEY CANDY
Spring Clothing. BALES Sea Island Newport January 15.19. 4
W Faur}, l)rj', and Maple Good, of 368 acres f land-about SO acres cleared 500 Roller-gir.ed Cotton IIOARHOUND ,
Hath Jlonuels, Ready.Hade Cloth ;, LAltK & STIM.MAN are now receiving a are wanted, for which the full value will ;
and in state of cultivation and under And various others several that
C a high a good be among them are
SIiocNand Hoots, Crockery Glats, small, but select a orlm<>nt of SPRING AND given byj S. F. BURNEY. Land For Sale,
fence. There is on fho place about 120 acres of ad useful for colds andcough ,and is prepared to manu
Wood U'lllowaud Hard \ are. SUMMER CLOTHING with few arti. February 17, 1319. 7 .* CU3.YCE!
together a RARE
good tobacco land as the county can boast of, a tolerably facture any, and all kinds that may ba ordered, both
S. i K. BURNEY. cle*, feuch asDrills good dwelling-house, lobacco-barn, and all Notice.SIX jcholesale and retail.. HE land known as the "Overstreet Tract." 9

April "th, IM9. 14 ?:j Drapd'Cte, necessary out-buildingi, with a pleasant situation, He is also prepared tocarry on Baking in all its -T1, milea north of Tallahassee near the Thcnas-

4 - r Caahmereltcfi, MarfeeUlen, &c. good spring of water, good summer range for stock, month after date, I shall apply lo the Hon. branches, from the plain Loafof.eadto the most yule road, adjoiningGor.. Branch's plantation containing

For New ..York.r Suitable fo manufacture, and lobe disposed of for &c Any person wishing to purchase would do well of, Probate for the County of Jefferson, exquisite Cakes and Pitt. Pat ties'and the public 7 or SOO acre Will be soM low, and onatisactoyy.termstd'one

f Mil' regular 1'ackt-t CrisfLUCY, Hosroer, master, CASH!, and CASH ONLY, at moderate prof.!* ; and to rail and examine for himself, nine miles south for letttrs of dismission as Administrator of Paul de can always accommodated by giving timely notice wishirwr to purchase. For

J will Ljil ai above. For freight or j>as2ge. ap. would coidhlly invite their old Jricndsand customcm west of Quihcy. Malhabc, deceased.*' 'f it. the Bakery'and Confectlonaryon JeflVrjon street,, Jin(her parficulafijr! appl toE Barnard Tails na' cr,

|; V to --JOHN.PENH AM.. 'ri1L----to call and purchase. it A LEX ANDER E.. GREGORY.- 4or4ftnC.-I. RICHARD- lI4'tlRlS')5.lI )_ opr ntfwthe Jluelion Room t'f U. tl. Berry, Er 'Lr ''DANIEL LAPS, NVjrIVrt.__ A_