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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 19, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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BY MAXWELL\\ & HILTON. TALLAHASSEE. FA.- -,. SATUAY'MY 10, 1840. YOL M I---M. 20. '' 'f1 I; _



TJHE FLORIDIAN &JOURNAL [No. 45 ] AN ACT for the better organization of B C Q ofthe moderate party, and he is therefore in From Riehardt" Weekly Gazette. IS IT RIGHT"? :1 '
the district couitof the United States within the f I I 1 l@ l
W
perfect with the President.
1 rUVLttHCD EVERY BATCRDAT. State of Louisiana.Be ------ -- harmony He AC I
President Brown
Mayland, University i
lived for ,
it by the Senate and Hovte nf Rep- From the Philadelphia Bulletin. many yar in the United States, I
mact is of the ablest moral ? ,
where le BY MRS. C. W. AUBOSE. one philosophers of(ho
TEEMS : ,
married
the United States of America in an American lady, who, l
THREE DOLLARS per annum, if paid in dvancc. Congrttt altrblt That for the more convenient TiE BONAPARTE FAMILY. with her children are now in Paris. [The Wachullah Spring-described in the followingpoem age ; and is, therefore, apart from a conside. I :1

THREE: AND A HALF, if paid within six month transaction in the courts of the United Such :.s a rapid sketch of the members of is about ten miles from Tallahassee, ration of his high moral and reIioo characer ,b ;
Foua DOLLARS, if not paid until the end of the year. States within the State of Louisiana, the said Stale The following fketch of the principal ur. ihe Bontparte Florida. situate an immense limestone basin, as jet entitled to the attention respect of all. t 4""I.l'

{( These tetms will be rigidly adhered to, and shall be, and the same is hereby, divided into two Tiring members of the Bonaparte family will, unhappily family three, and it will be seen, that, fathomed in the centre,with waters transparentas lie put to the conscience of each one who :" ; .
judicial districts the manner following wit : only of them, Napolen Bonaparte .
discontinued all are confident be read with interest .t
no will be we :- crystal.] -
paper unti arrearages art | either by wholesale or retail to be :
the parishes of Sibine, Desoto, Caddo,Natchitoches, tie continue ,
01! Sub. and Lucien Mu.
scribers paid, unless will at be the received option for publ.bers.at One Bossier, Rapides, Clairborne, Jackson, Catahoula, The emperor left four surviving brothers are Princess1atbilde seen President's. Fountain of beauty on my vision breaking engaged in the trfc' intoxicating drinks, r Ii

months at $1 Every order for the Caldwell Ouachita, Union, Morehouse, Franklin Joseph, formerly King of Spain ; Lucien, rat How springs my heart thy varied. charms to greet; or who in any way furisbes the same for die r:'

U.la-ix paper this county must: be accompanied with Carroll, Madison, Tensas, Concordia, St. Landry, Prince of Canino ; Louis, formerly Kingof GEOLOGY FOR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES. While thoughts loveliness within me waking, use of his fellow men, the following pointed :: ,(;
Fill their influence
all
with
cnh tfnlesi the order comes through of our Avo'ell. Calcasieu; ,St. MaSt. Martin, Vermil. Holland and Jerome formerly King my being swee.
the ,
any ; questions. Let such read attentively tJ'
shall compose one district,to be BV JOSIAH HOLBROOK. Gazing on thee, my spirit'svild commotion every one .
rejultrly authorized agents in the State. called the western district of Louisiana; and all the of Westphalia. Of these, the last alone fur- Geojraphy, Geology, and all Is hushed beneath some mighty magic spell,- I and then seriously ask himself "Is IT f ; I .,

remaining part of I the said State shall compose anoth.er vives. Joseph left a daughter, who afterwards derivec from the Greek Geometr are Ti thrilling with each new and strange emotion, RIGHT?" :t

ADVERTISEMENTSWill district, to b called the eastern district of Louisiana married the eldest son Lucien. This eldest wor ge, signifying feelings but ot high and pure devotion 1st. Can it be right for me to derive ,
be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square ; and all crit.ina actions or suits, eitherin is the Prince Canino and earth, or the world. Graph meaning to Within me dwell. my I
tvi son now from that which
.f twelve) lines for the first,and fifty cents for each law or euitbich have ar the western write describe, added loge, Wachullahbeauteous living is spreading disease, t :
insertion. A reasonable deduction district therein holds a prominent position in the newly pro. geogra. Spring! thy crystal waters > and premature death through { It
subsequent against persona residing or con phy, discribing the earth. meaninga Reflect the loveliness of Southern skies poverty my
on legal notices, estate n.tiel,year- cerning lands situated therein,together with all process claimed Roman Republic, or the Constituent or a discourse, Lgo And oft methinks the dark-hair'd Indian daughtersBent ; lei hborboo 1 How would it be in any : ; :

1? notice without alteration, by persons having writs, recognizance., and records, belonging Assembly of which he is Vice President. wor geology, o'er thy silver depths with wandering eyes. case Would be right for me
regular accounts with the office. thereto, shall be transferred to the western district ; Lucien left other children all of or about the earb. Met From forest the chief i to 4 I
se\'erl glade swarthy emerging, derive from r;
living fromropagating
for my selling poison, or ;
All announcements of candidates ofcl FIVEnoi.LARSinvariablv and all civil suits hereafter instituted against persons meanhg measure, added, makes
Delighted, paused thy matchless charms to view '
whom still survire. His eldest is ;
in advance. daughter geometr > plague and around L .
said 1
in leprosy
residing westarn district, or suits concerning or measuring the earth. These Then to thy border slowly me
will be paid to any order lor announcement,unless lands situated in the same, in (lie courts of the Uni. the Princess Gabriello. His second daugh. sciences, then, described and I him fower-gemme thy placid urging verging 2d. Can it be right for me to derive my 1 ; '
with the cash. l.d ahall be in paid and tlieic shall Lethla married Mr. Thomas the analyze, measure lee .-
Accompanied ter
Stall \irlric Wyse, the earth. Ha! light canoe! living from that which is debasing ihe minds I Hi I
All religious, marriage, and obituary notices pub. be held annually in said one stated session of member for Waterford, from whom, after she Geography tells the places
luhfd gratuitously; but editorial notices for pnte the couit at each of the following places to wit: at and geology the ingredients of mountains, Break not the spell that wraps this beau(eons visionIn and ruining the souls of my neighbors 1 How ;, -

? benefit,will be charged as advertisements. Opelousas, on the first Monday in August, for the Lad one child, she separated. She has since, islands, and contents. The one tells the enchantment ol some fairy dream; would it he in any other case I Would it be : .

-- I parishes of St. Landry, Calcasieu,St. Mar)'.St. Mar. : however, had a family illegitimate children. the Andtl mountains the other "llere Methinks I wander in those realms elysian, right for me to derive my living from the sale (
tin, Vermilhion, and Alexandria The third child ofLucien bears his and is are, what they Which on fancies sometimes gleam.
JOB WORK. Lafayette ; at on I lame, are. The is poetic of a drug which produced misery or madness 7 :; 'j ,
the first Monday in September, for the Parishes ofRapides in Paris. He elected late one essential 'lo a full knowledge Round me the dim-arched forest proudly towers
W. are well prepared to execute Job Work, such 1 now was by a representative which excited the and brutalized .
ai bills,cards, blanks,pamphlets,&.C., with neat. Auojelles, and Natchiloches; at Shreve. to the Assembly for Corsica, but his ofthe other. Seeming those light and floating clouds t\kiss ; passions i. tr;
lie M and All work of this description, port,on the first Monday in October, for the parish- After witnessing the great intelligence and Oh, let me for a few brief hours mind, and riiinecUhe. souls of my fellow men 1
rxcept for despatch.persons Laving yearly accounts with ('., of Caddo, Sabine. Desoto, Bossier, and Cllbnrneit ; election was null and void. The fourth chil wa interest evinced the children By this enchanted fount-these wildwood bowers 3d. Can it be right forme to derive my .

'the office, must be paid for on delivery. at t Monroe on t the first Monday in No"erber, Pierre j also elected representative Corsica I the New York public among smal in To dream of bliss. living from that which destroys forever the "s

parishes'of Ouachita, Jackson, Moreboule, and now in Paris. The fifth is Antoine, editor of the I
Tribune With the bright crimson of the Maple twining, happiness ofthe domestic circle-which is filling
-- -- -- inquires What
Franklin,Catahoula, Carroll, Madison, Tensas, and : more rational
whb resides in The sixth Marie married or The
.
Italy. fragrant Bay its peerless chaplet weave; the land with and children in
BY AUTHORITY. Concordia : and a person learned in the law,residing appropriate starting.point in the after women a
to a tousin, and the seventh, Constance a nun. race .And where Magnolias in their pride are shining, ,
in said western district, shall be appointed by the knowledge can be selected condition far more deplorable than that of
than The broad
the Palmetto its fan-like leaves.
President ol the United States, by and with the advice Such was the family Lucien, Prince of Can elements spreads I
and Rrsolnlionm passed at the Second Ses widows and orphans?
of our globe ?1" at the Far down the forest aisles where sunbeams quiver,
Act time
and consent of t the Senate,Judge thereof,with a Prince Canino his eldestson same adding :
of the Thirtieth Congress. ino. The present "that in the The fairest fower.their rainbow hues combine; 4th. Can it be right for me to derive my ,_ 7 '
of thousand
lon salary two dollars annum, payable every person world evidently
per married as I have stated, to the daughter And pendent river
.
swiftly-flowing living from that which is known to be the I
(the same and duties as ought to know what the t
I Beri.annuanih powers world is made of
[No. 42.] AN ACT to extend the provisions of all I the United States for I the district Joseph, has eight children, the oldest of especially this information The shadows of the graceful Willow shiverIn cause of nine-tenths of all the crimes which I '
be sunshine '
laws now in force relating to the passengers in I ( of Louisiana, a!it now exists,and such as are whom is now twenty.five years. Most of the at a can acquired glad are perpetrated against society ? I 1

merchant vcsteli, and the regulations>thereof.lit conferred on him, or required of himby this act; younger member of the family have lately ar. an early. age, with the greatest ease and Bright plumaged birds their gorgeous hues enwreath- 5th. Is right fur me to derive living I ..

it enacted by the Senate and Jfoaseof Reprec who required to hold said] terms, and authorized rived in Paris for the of finishing their delight.'I'eii ng.Theiramorous, my
ntat it>c$ofthe United Statet of.America in Cong and required to hold special sessions of the said purpose simple minerals are the elements of all tunes to listening fownsepet; from that which accomplishes all these at '

,'et assembled That aU vessels. bound from any court,in the said western distric for the trial of civil education. mountains, rocks, and soils, and hence Which in reply,their sweetest t breathing once and which it does without ceasing 76th.

port in the United States to any port or place, in the or criminal cases, may deem it expedient Louis Napoleon, ex.King of 101anc has called the are" Pour on the silent air their perfume sweet Do you say that you do not know that 11d

1'icinc ocean, or on its tributaries, or from any such : that all process,writs, and recognizances of left only one surviving son, who Geological Alphabet. These From tree to tree the golden Jasmine creeping, the liquor which are selling will produce
the States the kind, whether juries, witnesses, minerals, variously combined, form about Hangs its bright bells on slender you
to on respecting
port or place anj port in Uuite every ident of the Republic. It will be seen, that every spray ; these results t
Atlantic,or its tributariesshall subject to the provisions bail, or otherwife, which relate to cases to be tri.d twenty.five different rocks. Both the mine. And in each fragrant chalice, slyly peeping.The 1 Do you not know fiat the 999 .
he i is the
of all the laws now in force relating to the I at said special sessions, shall be considered as be. by seniority not properly represen.tative rals and the rocks which they be Humming bird its odorous store is reaping, gallons produce these effects for one which is .,

; (carriage pajengersin merchant "e ll, ng to longing to such sessions, in .the Hare manner as i of the Emperor, the children Lucien learned child compose can The livelong day. used innocently ? I ask, then, <
'
,and the there they ) ad been issued taken in reference thereto before him. U by any of three years, in a
and from foreign countries regulation or ; being right primogeniture, 7th. Would it be for sell ton
week if Nature has here, in wilful mood,unfolded right me to poTs- .
} in
of; except the fourth section of the" Act to provide that any special session may be adjourned to anytime the Prince Canino would therefore beat not a daft The knowledge thus 1
Her choicest stores, the wilderness to deck the that there chancein -
for the ventilation ol p3oengtrfIlels, and for other or times previous to the next stated meeting of obtained is of the most substantial as well ; on ground was one
the heir of the Emperor. nut it will as And forms of rare and perfect beauty moulded .
present thousand that the would
the district a
purposed, May seventeenth, eighteen court for said districts : that all business character purchaser not
approve interesting ; and the more substan.tial Where no rude hand her beauty dares to cherk. I f'
hundree and to provision wator pending (for trial at any special court shall, at the be remembered that when Napoleon assumedthe die ?
relating ,
and How could I sit and watch theaters oft
and fuel, bu! the owners and masters of all such close thereof, be considered as of course removed to purple, his brother Lucien, a staunch Republican interesting, because very young children glancing Do that not I,
In the calm beauty of these cloudle skies you say you are responsible
vessels shall in all cases furnish to each passenger the next stated term of the court ; that tie district did not countenance what he not only may, but do, both lear and ;
con- vivid charm for the of
? ibis
,I daily supply of water therein mentioned, and court, in said western distric shall perform all the prepare this t fundamental lesson of knowledge My faney every enhancing act your neighbors I I .
ti. fcidcred of the liberties of the And and sound all
an usurpation sight my senses entrancing, ? Is he who fur-
duties, and clearly not [
so
shall Surnish. or cue the passengers to furnish possess all powers of circuit courts of for themselves. The first time little child knowingly 1
a Till dies !
;I I or themselves,a sufficient supply of and whole. the United States: for (Ihe State of Louisiana, exceptin I people! ; an estrangement took place, and the daylight nishesa murderer with a weapon, consideredan ;

/ some lood ; and in case they shall goo so to do, or cases of appeal and writs of error ; aid (the said Imperial decree which declared the members picks up a pebble he learns the most impor.tant How o'er the misty Fast my thougnts would ponder, accomplice ? If these things be so, and 1ft

chrfll provide unwholesome or ucsuitaMe provisions, judge shall appoint a clerk of the court in the wes ofthe Bonaparte family French Princes did lesson that ever is or can be learned in When sad and lone beside WachuIIah's spring: : .
,
that .
who I ask
they shall be subject to the penalty' provided in said tern district, (or each place where the court sits, : include Lucien. At late however this very important science. The pebble is The red man flying from his foes would wander, they are so can dispute you, ;
not
Inurth section in case the pr-senger are put on who shall reside and keep the records of t the court, i a perio one, and the most letter in the And to the wave his heart-w rung murmurs fling- my respected fellow-citizens, what is to be It
I short allowance of water or provisions.Sec at that place, and shall receive, for the services per Lucien was created like a important geo. Oppression stern his free-born soul enthralling, done ? Let me ask, is not this trade alto. r

2. Jlnd be it further tfrtd, That the act formed by them, (the same fees and compensation French Prince ; but by the laws of the Empire the logical alphabet. It is called quartz, and is He flies fur shelter to these wildwood haunts gether wrong? Whv, then, should we not

entitled An act to regulate the carriage of passengers that are allowed to the cleik of said court holding I priority was given to the children only mineral found ever where. It enters And on the spirits of his loved ones calling, altogether abandon it ? If think :
man
in merchant nlcl" approved February l wen.t its sessions in New Orleans, in the same State, and 1 younger i more largely into mountains, and While murmuring voices en his ear are falling, any I > i
and it is thus that Prince Louis, the : :
as i otherwise and choose to continue it I have \
'ty-second, and (fortj-seven, shall shall be subject, in very respect, to the same restrictions soils, than any other and also forms under This descant chaunts :- ,
be BO amended al that a vessel passing into or and responsibilities; and the district court ex.King of Holland, is now regarded as the different ; but one word to say :-My brother, when you '
through the frolic shall be allowed to carry thr for the eastern district shall be held in New Orleans head ofthe Bonaparte family. I. colors and textures, nearly all the I Great Spirit of our race! hast tbou forsaken order a intoxicating think how ", I .
favored children in their hour of need ? cargo drinks .,
same number of passengeu vessels that do not en : as heretofore, and it shall be the duty of the clerksof : Jerome, the only surviving brother of the gems used as ornaments and articles of commerce Thy .
a Their voice echoes mueh misery are importing in the com.muriity.
I the di in wailing waken you
terthe tropics. "trJct and circuit courts ofthe United Slatesin all ages ofthe world. The twelve Wachulah'
Sc..3. And bt it further That this art I New Orleans to by safe Emperor, was declared King Westphalia in Will not the Spirit heed? As you store it up, think how many ,
Ianlmit conveyance
precious
,ore stones in the
artr placed of
I 1807. In 1815, after the battle of Waterloo breastplate Sunshine and our own loved dells are flushing,
joy
shall take efiect on and after day of or deliver to the clerks of the wcslr districtor I curses you are heaping together against your- ; ,
Aaron,the high priest, varieties But mid their charms the Red Man wanders lone
were
IlrcIieighteen hundred and forty-nine. their order, the original papers in all such ca-es as he became Prince Montford. Having been ofquartz, ; As roll out of warehouse, L
He hears the free winds thro' the forest self you your
as were those named in the book of Revelations rushing; I
nO T. C. WINTROP. properly belong to the court in the western district divorced ftom his wife, Elizabeth Patterson, of how families each cask will ruin. .
He WachuIIah's
Speaker ot f the House Representatives.G. bv' the ;provisionsof this act, together with a transcript Baltimore United States in 1805 he .. as forming the streets of the New Jerualem. sees gladsome waters gushing" many
soon Yet hears tone! Let then
no revert to
own
ot the your
M. DALLAS, proceedings s had therein. Quartz is also essential in the thoughts your
Vice President of the United States, S c. 2. And be it fui ther enacted. That the President afterwards married Sophia, Princess of Wu- facture of manu. Alas sad warrior by tbe3t silver waters fireside, your wife, and your little ones ;Jookup f

and President of the Senate. of the United.States,bv and wi'.h the advice temburg, who died in 183!. By her he had glass. No more shall gather thy i-fate band; to Him who judgeth righteously, and ask I .

ArrnovcD, March 3, J6-9 and consent of the Senate of the United Slates, be, two children, thel'rincess Ma'liilde' who married As quartz, the first and most impoatant let. Thy hunters bold, thy dark-ejed lovely daughters yourself brother, IT RIGHT ? i

JAMES K. FOLK.No. arid hereby is, authorized to appoint one person a' in 1841, Princ Anatolo DemidofT) and the ter in the geological alphabet, also one of the Lon since have sought their own loved Spirit land, my I .
marshal, and one as district attorney, for the said most instructive and interesting things in the Yet still methinks I hear their voices sighing --------- i .

[ 43.] AN ACT to extend the revenue laws of western judicial district of the United Slates within Prince Napoleon, who is representative of world, is found where invite In the soft breeze. that blows from yonder shore Romance in Real Life.-A few days since .

the United Stat* over the territory,' and waters ol the State of Louisiana, created bv this act, and (that Corsica in the Assembly. Alter the electionin every we every And wild-wood echoes to the stream replying, a man arrived here, from one of the

Upper California, and to create a 'collection district the terms of appointment and service, together with December last, Prince Jerome was appoin. child in every school and family to look for it, Mourn that the voices on the waters dying young cities in search of his father whom
therein. the duties and responsibilities} of the said marshal as he will most certainly find it. It is no more Easter ,
ted (Governor of the Invalides, where he now very r.tur
Be it enacted by tIl Senate and Haute of Repretentatiteg and district attorney', respectively, for the district hard, and scratches glass. It also has a he had nerer seen, the father. having left the .
resides. He has for cohabited great But the soft South wind gently wooeth
now
aforesaid, in the within their many years al of his in before he
of the United Sales of America in al rfpech same colors and is place nativity, England, .
sometimes
,
Our little leave
said district,as t. 01 and with an Italian lady, who as his wife many beautifullycrystahized barqueto tower.gemmedlhorl;
Congieng anttmbltd., That the revenue 1\1 of the rms appointment services passes was born. For years the young man had
Unite State be and are hereby etended to and O\'tr the duties and responsibilities of the marshaland but with whom there has never bren any public wih: six sides. Frequently the And the light breeze that stre\\eth, ; been discover the whereabouts !
and water of all that portion of territory district attorney respectively, of the eastern acknowledged marriage. The middle of the crystals is a six.sided prism, and This fairy basin soon wi1at us o'er : endeavoring to f.
mairlnd the United States by the treaty of distrc of the State Louisiana; and said marshal or Princes the two ends six-sided C reat Then while soft zephyrs us faintly blowing of his parent, without success, and at last, by :
receive such fees and emoluments Mathilda Dtmidof8eparatedfrom her husbandsome pyramids. quan. Bear wordless voice from the forest ceep ; of those incidents which
friendship, and limits, between the United .hal as are recei tities one startling give a
State peace America and the Mexican republic," con. by the marshal ofthe United Slates (for the State time curious crcumstances, ofquartz crystals are collected by children We'll listen to the waters ceaseless flowing, character of romance to truth itself he found .
of Louisiana and said at Little Falls, New York, and sold to And watch the wavelefs dancing on-unknowing
annual
eluded on the second day of February, in the year ; attorney an compensation which are variously reported. appears his under circumstances
of two hundred dollars and the I ravellers under the of" diamonds.- What course they keep. parent, as painful 3
eighteen hundred and lorty-eight, jieietofuie designated same fees and either by her own solicitations, or by the dic. : name In .
and known as Upper California. emoluments a are allowed to the attorney of the rates ofhis will, the Emperor of Russia lied quartz' with a fine texture, is called jaser With rapid oar, the water-lilies parting, they were pecular. walking through one '
S.2. JJnd be itfwlher notr That all the United Slate for the district of Louisiana. proper > ; when purple, is called if Whose snowy petals form the Naiad's wreath ; ofthe principal of'our metroplis he .
ports,harbors, bays, rivers, waters of the mainland Approved: March :3 t, t&.9. ordered a separation, and exercising the clouded i amethyst ; Soon o'er the crystal fountain swiftly darting, met a gentleman from the same .

of the territory Upper California,bhall constitute power which he posseses, n sovereign of that agate f.yellow, cornelian, or per. We cast our gaze a hundre feet beneath he resided, and who was acquainted cty with his .
a collection district by the name of Upper [ 0.46.] AN ACT to make arrnfment for taking country, interdicted the Prince DemidofTfrom Laps topaz; when of a pearly lustre, it is Between two heavens purest blue suspended, and who thus accosted him Well

California ; and a port of entry shall be, and is here. the seventh census.Beit 1 in the with his wife. called opal. Every child who gets a specimen Above. hese fairy realms we float at will- history, i a
established for said district Francisco enacted I the Senate and Honse living same city J I believe I have discovered where
at San ., and of Rrpesenlatiecs learns Where crystal grottoes lift their column splendid, ,
j-
ofquartz, or the first letter of the
a'collector of customs shall be appointed by the of the United States of America in The Prince is now, or was lately at Brustels Formed of rare gems ot pearl and emerald, blended you ather is," and proceeded to relate that ;

P.esident ofthe United States, by and with the ad. Congress astembled. That the Secretary of State, ; the Princes lives in Paris, and frequents, geological alphabet, will be certain to pro. With magic skill. in looking over a of the Lives of the

vic and consent of the Senate, to reside at said port the Attorney General, and the Postmaster General, as other ladies do, the palace ofthe President cure and learn the wholeand in a short time copy I
of entry. shall constitute and be a board, to be styled the Census have a beautiful and instructive Mu. Now in the West the gold and crimson blending, Felons, he was struck by the resemblance J

Sec. 3. .1ndbe further enacted That ports ofdelivery Board; that it ibal be the duty 01 the said boardto her cousin. Soon after the proclamation of eum" fr the entertainment of Family himself and Tell that soft twilight falleth o'er the world: which he bore to the portrait of Honeyman, '

shall be, and are hereby,established in the prspare and be printed such forms and the President, there was much discussion as And on the breeze all noiselessly descending, the barge robber. The young man laughed .

I collection district aforesaid at San Diego,Monterey, I schedules as may be necessary for the lull enumeration to the female members of the Bonaparte family his friends.n.righ's Useful Knotcledge. The dew-drops lie in lily-cups iinpearled. at the idea, and regarded it almost an im ': \t :
All is lost in sweet fancies 8
of the of the United States and also !- thought bewildering ,
and at some convenient point within (territory of inhabitant ; who should do the honors of the i
pal. While dies his father should be inmate 1' :
from the forest the
proper schedules (or in Conscious Rectitude.-If a man has correct light ot day ; pos.sibilitythat an
the United States,to be selected by the Secretary of collecting statistical ,
Treasury as near may be to the junction of Iherivers tablets,under propel beads,such informationas ace. The Princess Mathilde was pointed out, principles he can never be laughed out of And witchingsilence every spell enhances, of the State Prison ; but. finally, a copy ofthe : .'
a
Gills and Colorado, at the head of the Gulf ofCalifornia to mines, agriculture, commerce, manufacture, as well as by her own rank in right of herhusband hem. The shrug ofthe shoulder-the biting As o'er the wave the last glad sunbeam glances book was purchased. The youth was himself ': r

; and the collector the said district: of education, and other topics, as will exhibit a ful: by her near relationship to the remark the look-and the Ten fades away o struck with the resemblance he bore to the .

California u hereby authorized to appoint, with the view of the pursuit, industry, education, resources, President, as the fittest person for this contemptuous Farewell, Wachullah sadly must I sever of {
the 4j
purpose. convict and -
approbation ofth Secretary of the Treasury, three of the country; it being provided that (thE number of She also resident in Paris and scorning air, may cause a slight pain in his My spirit from thy sweet bewildeiing spell ; portrait was induce to I -
was must necessarily "
deputy collectors, to be stationed at the ports of delivery laid inquiries exclusive of the enumeration, shall bosom ;t but the pain is produced by a cot). I leave thee,fairy font, perhaps: forever, read the biography accompanying it r .
aforesaid.Sec. not exceed one hundred, and that the expend incur be present at the court. It seems, sciou5iiess of his own virtue. is from pityto And mournfully I bid thee now-farewel! incidents and localities recurred to memo. r 1

.4. Jlndbc further rot d,That the collector .. red in preparing and printing said forms and schedules however, that the liaulc socicle; demurred to those who err. He sees I tendency of Yet still thy loveliness my loul ry, which impressed him with the painful con j 1
of aid district shall be shall not eccpd ten thousand dollars. such and it intimated While shadows the forest fall
a compensation any arrangements, was plainly dreamy on viet1r that he had at last discovered his
unbridled and this often a.
of fifteen hundred dollars per annum and the fee and Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That the said : that if that lady did the honors the passion, knowledge : And long shall memories of thy beauteous bowers
romtnissiont allowed by law ; and the said deputy board shall have power to appoint a secretary,whose would times causes a tear to fill his eye. The prin. Fall on my heart like dew on summer flowers, ther, in convicted felon. The agony ofthe .:

<5letor shall each b allowed a compensation of remuneration shall be determine by Congressuponthe said havie sociele not present itself at ciples he has embraced-to influence and Refreshing all! young man may be conceived ; he resolved .

thOtnd per annum and the fee and commissions completion of the assine to the board. the palace. The difficulty was attempted to his whole life-he knows are foundedon ---- to visit Sing-Sing and obtain an interview

. allowed by Jaw. Approved March 3, 1849. be surmcunted, as I have stated, by inviting govern The Use ofQuinineatthe West.-A med. with hedideo and
whenbrought
truth and (though cast out from the Honeyman ,
Sec.3. .nd 'be further enacted, That, until the Grand Dutchess Baden to come to Par. ; pale ical of the Surgical Journal,
i correspondent into each others the resemblance '.
otherwise by law, violations of the rev. [No. 47.] AN ACT lo grant to the Atlantic and of society-turned away from as the off-scour- presence, .
provided al Gulf Railroad is, to do the honors. This lady, however, writing from the West, : the immense between them still I
the of gays
noelawi of the United cmmitt within the Company ( right way throughthe lug ofthe earth-he feels a calmness,a serenity was more strikingly appa
district Upper Calilornii lbal protecuted in public lands of the United States. Laving declined, the diffiulty remained with within, a consciousness doing right, that quantities quinine sold here would astonishan rent. Honeyman trembled with agitation
Be d by the Senate and Htnue of Reprenentaticet solution and it is said the Eastern dealer in Fire hundred
the district Curt of t Ihe supreme courtof tact out ; Prince Presi. buoys him under trial. Such drugs. as he admitted that when he left England in '
Oregoi, which ctrt ban have original jurisdiction of the United 'tott of .America in dent left to the choice ofthe Princess Demi. up every are ounces by one druggist, in a small village, are with the female who passed here as
of shall be the which based Bible truth. company
attcmbled. That the principles are on
and may cognizance of al] cases arisirgunlr Congress tight way doff; either to be other ladies without often disposed of in a few days, and in .the .
< the menue laws in the said district of Upper and is herebygranted to I the Atlantic and Gulf Rail present a Let these principles be yours, young man, a his wife, the female to whom he was actually :

Ca fnia. and shall proceed therein in the same road Company.over and through any of the public exercising functions or assuming any ) commence career in life. Be not larger towns, fifteen hundred or two thousand married, was enciente, and that he heard that I

"ad with the like efect as if such cases had lands of the United Slates, in the State of Florida, paramount position or to leave Paris. The seduced'Ot evil counsel-by your unprincipled associate ounces are no uncommon sae by one housein she had given birth to a son, who, if alive,

risen within the district territory where the over which the road authorized by said State may Princess chose the former, and she accor. by from twelve to thirty weeks. In speaking would be of the same as the man : '
With virtuous desires with age young
and the said authorized a deep
!
; is heieby to
t'rnsetjn shalt be brought.Sec. pass company at the balls reunions ofthe fever and it is called for which
dingly now appears ague, as who stood weeping and agitated before him '
C. And be itfurthn enacted, That this act survey and mark through the said public lands to be anxiety know what is right-and a jealous
ban tike effect Irom and after the tenth day of held by them for the tract of said road one hundred and other receptions ofthe palace, but with no watch ever the natural heart, you cannot but the medicine is used, the same writer says, There can scarcely be a doubt alto his iden* .

Marcn fat.Alpo'ed. feet in width; and,furthermore, an additional quantity marked circumstance which distinguishes her unhallowed and finally though generally prevalent, and in some sea. lily, but as his mother is somewhere in the

Mach: J M! of twenty.five fe in width on each tide ol said from other ladies. overcome any sinful propensity desire., sons almost universal, (as in 1838, when every Western part of this State, measures have L
over
road the triimph every
Sec.along 2. And same.be it further enacted, That the said This, however, knot, the only embarrassment man, woman, and child, was down with been taken to solve the mastery, which now

(No. 41] AN ACT to settle the title to .certain company shall have the right lo take from the public by which the President is beset. Mad. Psalm tu versus Brute force.-Deacon it,) yet the mortality, a compared with fevers surrounds the matter.-iV. !'. Star. ;: i 4

tracts enfetcdkjthe of land in the State of Haute Arka.u.Btit of Jtepreenfaita lands in the vicinity of said road all such material ame Wyse, with her family, is a resident in Hunt was naturally a high tempered man, at the East, is as one to fifty. When a man -

./fc> Rmate"n. 'ttu ol.fmmca,in (Con of eace, stone, or wood as may be necessary or ( Paris. She is not received at the palace of and used to beat his oxen over the heads, as is seized with the chills, the physician pre Parson Brownlow, of the JonesWougn '
teen l" and venient from time to time for the actual construction the President at all. One of her scribes sixty grains of quinine in six equal
each every owner ol a daughters all his did. It was observed that attacked at white
Gtme. and repair of said road thereof. neighbors Whig, was night returning
land claimor an part thereof, or ony part married certain Count de doses and if he is restless, adds of a
recently a Saline, when he became Christian his cattle one-eighth
intbeShte ) Section 2. And be it further enacted, That there a were from church, and struck down by a club in .
adjidieri to of the Arkansas superior, which COUlt was of the nobmitled late TcrrilorJ (or. shall be, and.hereby, granted to said company all whose rank and title she now har. This remarkably docile. A friend i inquired i into grain morphine to one ofthe powders, and the'hand of John Ryland, whom he had pub

of/.rkinsai, and by that court confirmed, being necessary sites for watering-places depot,and work. lady is now in Paris, and is conspicuous at the secret. Why," said the deacon, "formerly generally twenty.four hours the patient lished as a deserter Mexico. The Rev.
along the line of said road, to as the placcsconvenient well. But without this invaluable medicine
shops
balls and other ceremonies hut ,
for valuable con fr public neith. little
awf lutmequent purchaser a for the same fall the public when my oxen were a contrary editor, after fifteen days confinement from his fj
pear( Iroll the i hereby authorized. to enter land,within covered one lands: Provided, That n may one depot upon or watering- er is she received at the palace of the Presi. I flew into a passion and beat them unmercifully I the patient is often down (or weeks, and even injuries, comes down on his assailant in a column ii

'vy said i l Haim passage or lee of this act.thereof the,lo be embra. place shall contain over five square acres, and that dent.A. ,; tbis-made the matter worse. ,Now, months. of invective,and characteristically says,
od quantity aid sites shall not be nearer to each other I lion ten difference is lately reported to have arisen when I they do not behave well, I behind !
10 any legal 0ubdivi mn, at the minimum price go in conclusion, "I owe my existence under
'''nder mile along the line of raid road: frotidrd, That the President and his uncle Jer. Three from Fumes of Patent
between hundred. Jdon't
uch regulations the Commissioner of (Ihe the herein containedas well of them'eof the the,load, sit down, and sing Old Deal h God, to a strong beaver hat I Lad on at the
(Jenetat Land office Provided,how. nntt : in of which the latter does has Fuel.- we gave an account of f .
.hal r Jrib public lands as of Ihe for the construction ome, consequence know low it U, but the psalm tune time." -
ever, 'llt) the : be mattria. the deaths of three females at St.
an occupantw not at the palace. young
unless the now efiect
if aid road, shall appear a surprising on my oxen. }
Uirator k. of raid land. road be begun within ceae two years and completed with Pierre and Lucien, 'Prince of Canino, belong John's Wood London. The coroner's jury Iiaugk.-.*." A laugh 5s worth a hundred

I UPW Stc of two.Indl years* tt from further the enacted.of That this after act the the in six )"er thereafter; And provided, m tot p to the party ofthe red republic, and they i. .-The'Rome (Ga.,) South returned ,the.following verdict: "That their I groans in any market" said Charles Lamb-

**}*of we lands embraced by approval the decrees nr the, tu. That if the raid road shall at [-] lime after its aro thus both politically;and socially, estrang. IrghPr, :-Mr.I Polk has left the Presiden. deaths were caused by the poisonous fumes ofi and so saytjv There never was any good
a
'Prtotcaurt Arkansas, which were on bi. of re- completion be discontinued hereby or made abandoned cease' by the and said de. ed from the President. tial chair, with the most faterig lestimonials burningcharcoa1which had been sold at ,an ; resulting from despondency; and when we V''

TreT"d'and which the President' "I by the company.termine., thegrants_ 11111 Lucien Murat, the son, of t the celebrated ofthe approbation of country. ,He extravagant price, under the fraudulent name see a man trying "groan" himself out of *

I'erir':c o fcighteen l rem tte.hundred which and may tbirtl.then "o, require prop.to.. Approved March 3,1649. t. Murat, and of Caroline, ,,t the eldest! cider of the retires wi'th"th! warmly ,expressed praise and of prpaid.I I, and that ,these attempts to difficulties we conclude ho is rather weak in I

?:"' fttip} Unite States,shall no longer be reserved // S"ipu'I'"e kicked 1 I Emperor'fCapolebn,-is now i n'Parisand! is commendation George M Troup-and !the under the name of prepared fuel the upper Btorr. Woeo jrou.gel into a tight

thf* e b dent of the United Statesand, Fooling" a Bi.I. "" Mr.Swlnpl ., seen constantly at the:palace of the'President. cordially expressed" hatred and cOhdetJlalonpr I to be,used In ;Carman's or any other such place, first look things in the face, and then '

C XPtI t te:(!''me hws.may b* brought. into market under;the your in thc/ Bill door.you've fooled'e1: ma He is member of the Assembly, and Colonel Alex. Hamilton Stephens. Georgia, has portables ItOyel" ,is a scandalous' imposition on get out "the beat way you .can-but don't s

j i'lt"J3 j'AI'tr"td J ISID. L.. ny n "day.: rs in lh$ National. Gu'idL, 11 is politics are those no higher praise to offer. ,. the public. 'groan. -,

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: A1ELT1NG IN BENTON COUWTY. Leing-lOlYTiiiother u
4 J.Q1l1! l ,JOY Jf 4 I So'saTftho"Waihingtnn) atiZfe4I"f r This vessel has arrived! with Liverpool! dates I a patriot of the ad last
The following; ktatrraent t ,of( ihc. causes forwhich At: a numerously atte ded Meeting 'of the .........- revolution who served *
.r the In addition under
to 29th ( the items
the:Baltimore P trioi. But is it a fact IIi r April. o Lincoln Gates
absolute) divorces how citizens A.. MAfcWEUL HILTON ..' and otheis;
are granted by of Benton county, held at Chncka. : ; &R.B. having
Iho laws of Ibe etrcral' States of this, Union, is chatty (during the session of the Circuit Court)" :' 'E j' j'i' .:horariTons..;; i they have- but a'poor way of showing their below, it is stated that there has been no the age of 92 years. attained( to
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: tUached: to the report recently) made by Mr. t to take into consideration the fearful attitude' .-_ o J..' .J'-p:'i i .t: <-:;-- :: __ -- satisfaction. Last fall he had friends enough I change in the cotton market England since. M>

Cornell, to the New York Legislature! } : i in which the Northern portion of our. Federal .Saturday.. ,* May. :: fet 18491 to give him' the electoral vote of Conne ticut, the sailing; of the America. It is staled also Party Weakness.e .

Maine-Deserlion (five years ; joining sba. Union is arrayed against the Southern and lo _. .- "HI that the Says the Baltimore Patriot
Hibernia about
Now ihe out
". week. 0 people of that State'show their sat. brought 8400,000_ a
Dach \rtfl strong
: Ozr lo-r" I
ken ; imprisonment in the state prison or pen express the sense of the people ofthis county appcc.rnext: ": "Lie
._ paper "
irtape ie.
iientiary fire years; drunkenness three years. upon the subject of that policy of systematic isfi'ction by choosing a Congressional dele "
New Hampshire-Desertion or absence ;;; aggression, by which the people of the North Late from.N: Orle-n-.2-Tfakat 'Destruction gation, three-fourths of whom are opposed t to( STATE OF'TRADE.'' it is a tign of weakness f "lna party to

not heard of three three 'ears' of ttf Citjr'l>:il'Vter*! LIVERPOOL, April 29.-Taking into consid. an undue eagerness.foroffic ,. ':J'he see'S
years; neglect t are seeking to deprive the citizens of the ( the President. But we are told of the aliiance people!
of family extreme Southern ; Or. cration .the condition of affairs? 'ortn.-Conti. who look pn 'are not I to be 'de ied.
; cruglty!: States, rights and privileges which By a gentl, I\ Just rfyefJroniiSTew %, between Democrats and Free Soilers infer They
Massachusets-Imprisonment seven years they hold most sacred, and! deem themselves leans, who left theta on ibe fllb! Instant, we nent (he, public securities maintain remark ,. that-great and comman'dibg principles
Rhode Island which ruined every thing in the land of wood able firmness. Mercantile operations are cannot be much"at
!
Desertion be the-be7iirrot'apa.ty
five years ; habitual to unequivocally invested with by the express which
in
learn that the of
drunkenness ; neglect of family ; ex. guaranties of the Constitution of (heir t ,city;,was jmjnyient.danger en nutmegs. Well, how is it in Virginia ?- dull, and considerable depression el st.Ibroubgout is rent and"distracted-by 't tbjrensj,5 aid

Ireme cruelty: and spJor any other gross I country-on motion of James'I... Terry, Esq., being leso'ed.There: ."vaaa. rge.crert\8se The people of that State have had an oppor- the manufacturing districts, and especially claims and clamors of its' cblefs and leaders

I; misbehavior and wickedness( either of I thc C apt. H. J. Harrell was called to the chair, fifteen miles above? which *vfis; pouring ,Immense Innity of showing their In the at Manchester ; but notwithstanding demanding their re\ard'and-squabblin"about
satisfaction.
:,, parties, repugnant to and in violation! of the, and E. Simmons appointed Secretary.The bodies of "' teffo\, IhePsiamps, and these unfavorable influences, after some flue the distribution ofth spoil-that spoil, too
t
marriage covenant. object of the meeting having been briefly hrough-the canal l fntothe'ciiy.!! } .''fii .pari' of !I Presidential election, Gen. Taylor lost the uations during the week, console settled very consisting of offices created (brine: public, ser,
Connecticut-Desf'rlion three absence I I : State only by a vote of a few hundred. Now steadily at its close at 92. vice and compensated out oifl he !
; stated
years (
chairman
by Col. Mitchell\ of public
,
Capt. the city on the l 1.left )Lamj I] side. toe canal i i. The Io.
not heard from sevenyears. Province and Col. Pearson were called for, he has barely friends enough who are satisfied" advices from France are rather dispiriting ney.

Vermont-Desertion! three years ; cruelty;;; and addressed the meeting (in the order in coveredvilh:: wale?. from two and] .half-to to elect one out of the fifteen members to our manufacturers, while orders from It would seem from this that
imprisonment three absence three feet and still l ind the other parts of I he Continents at stand.- our'oppent
years ; seven I which they arc named in and deep, rising ; orr are a begin
,) eloquent Congress to which 'that Slate is entitled.- to smell a rat since the
years ; neglect. touching appeals,upon the subject belore the as. right hand'of the canal,"where is \the largest There has been no actual 1 variation in the pri. Virginia and
New Jersey-Desertion five years. Was there any union between Free Soilers ces Cotton since our last,but! from the depres. elections. They find that t the clutca.
sembly -after which motion of Jas.
L.
upon portion of the the water is ad-
city
Pennsylvania-Desertfon two years ; cru Terry-the chairman appointed Jas. Childs,, rapHly their spr .0 and Democrats in Virginia ? We have heard I sing effect of the blockade of the German ports: ing scramble for office exhibited at Washing

elly. P. W. Law, and E. J. Knight, Esqs., Com ing. Families were desertftig' residences of none. But we hear the cry of gerry4man- upon thebusiness of Manchester, the very moderate (ton i producing the conviction among (the I
Ohio-Desertion three either and if the crevasse should not Le stopped,. demand for and and the
by goods
years party mittee to draft preamble and resolutions, expressive dering. Well, the State was divided into yarns, sus. people that "great and commanding .
; extreme cruelty ; gross neglect ; habitual I : oldie sense of the meeting the of which there Was great doubt, it vas believed tainedabundance supply, there is a proba- are much princl.pies" 1:

drunkenness: three years actual imprison important i subjects referred to, who upon retired, that the whole city would be submerged. Districts something more than two years ilitvthat the market will be seriously affected. rot at the heart of the party J0 1If

ment. and soon after the p since. Yet it is clear that at the last electionfor The Havrn Cotton! market: continued in a power-that it fobt for the snails. rather tt.ifor ,.
reported following In[ --- -- '--.
: the destruction and
any event, low of .
!Indiana: -Cruelty ; habitual drunkenness ; .u\Iiercas, the pro.pel'ty Congressmen, when Taylor's friends were satisfactory state, and that was an improve the good cube country. .:
two years imprisonment ; and other cause present aspect rederal political will be overwhelming. meat in the market. The If the
Hamburg French
any
l 0 less than sign of
affairs, touching and regarding the numerous they have been at certain I Pa/rt's party weakness be a
where the court, in the exercise of a sound I funds were firm, 3 cents 5
56,60
discretion, shall deem it reasonable and re. peculiar institution of the South, present ques. BE.NTON: COUNTY.-The meeting in this periods posterior to that time, six whigs were cents, 83,30. per ; per goo one, the whig party is undoubtedly in a ,

port that a divorce should be granted. l the lions of vital interest to the-Southern part of county, whose proceedings will be seen in chosen. The English Navigation law has passed rather bad way- probably"in to weak a state i

Illinois-Desertion two years, cruelty, and Confederacy important constitutional, and whereas questions, there are involved high another column, acted in the right spirit, and It is pretty evident. then, tLat if\by fr; nl the House Commons by a majority of Gl.FKAXCK. t to stand up any longer ; and.i(i depends up.

crime.drunkenness, two years' imprisonment for i in the issues sought be made and forced uponus spoke the voice of patriotism. !and wisdom.- he means all those who voted for Gen. Tay. .-France still continues to enjoy on the President to start any principles for

Michigan-Desertion two habitual by the North, which affect directly the While the citizens there are willing to meet. lor, that all his friends are not satisfied. Thisis tranquility. Thf expedition for the reinstatement tonic use, i will Las far wrong a the man

drunkenness, imprisonment three years years. rights of properly as guaranteed to us by the the North in people in a spirit of conciliation: most clearly shown by the results of the 22d, and of the had Pope arrived set sail at Civita from Toulon Vecchh on and the was who suspected him ofwritin'g for the Aa.tional .
Constitution, and whereas the : l
Virginia-Desertion, cruelly drunkenness. principle of the late elections-elpeciall that in Virginia. would Intelligencer. We have some recol.
self-preservation upon ngiiating: question slavery,yet they immediately proceed to Rome, the Pope
to resist
impels us
l
Delaware, Maryland and Georgia: -Divorces and press forward in the maintenance wrongs of our, I arc determined, at all hazards, to stand by The testimony from all parts of the State is I meanwhile remaining at Greta until the revoltis lection that this same sign was quite conspicu.

the Legislature.in these Stales seem! to be entirely left to rightsandvhereas, our sitter counties haven and maintain" the rights of the South. They.. to .the same effect, namely, that those Demo. suppressed.In ous here last winter. Can it be that the

i solemn form declared: their intention cral!, of whom there I the French National Assembly Gen. Banner State" ofTaylorism had
Tennessee-Desertion, two impris. to resist have not that craven disposition which will were many, who voted I so son
years Lamoriciere bad
onment. with manly firmness any attempt to interfere tamely 1 submit to aggressive without I for Taylor last fall, have: now voted against of the proposed a new organization discovered its weakness ?I"
with wrongs : army on a very extensive scale.M. .
our under
guarantied the
rights
Kentucky-Desertion three years, felony, federal l constitution : resistance-they will not compromise their : the Taylor candidates for Congress. And for Frappold, the agent of the Roman: Re. WIr.lT A FAU-ISO OFF, Mr

neglect) sect to which Jive with disavows wife or marriage.husband, joiningany He it resolved, That: in the spirit of compromise rights to suit any party! purposes{'or to accomplish good reasons. They supported Taylor under public French, had presented his protest against the -The Accomac: District of Virginia COt T1E3, in the!

North Carolina-Desertion, or any other we are ever ready to hold out the any party objects. 'fhis is ,the spirit his most emphatic assurance that, if elected., Some expedition apprehensions to Civita Vecchia.entertained of Presidential election, gave Gen. Taylor

just cause in discretion: of court. Olive branch to our Northern brethren, and wh'rth: should govern the whole south in these he would be the President of the people and I the fidelity of a portion of were the garrison of Paris majority of 533 votes. Dr. Mallorythe a

Louisiana-Desertion {five cruelty, unite with them in a spirit of conciliation t to lime fanaiacism not of a party"-under the of his whig
years settle this dangerous. ; Will not other guarantee I and! two regiments were ordered to quit candidate of the same District at the i late elec-
imprisonment for infamous crime. question upon the principles the counties speak out likewise ?1'The most distinguished friend, Gov. Crittendenf the city at four hours' notice. The cholera lion f
formerly member :
Mississippi\ -Desertion five years. constitution, and leave us to manage our own Congress, claims to
that
--- Gen. Taylorloatbes ; was spreading in France.
but ;;
proscription
Missouri-Desertion two years, cruelly, domestic affairs in our own way, and at the New York Mob. ; have been the first to put the : in

habitual drunkenness two years, vagrancy, same time signify our determination to standby Our readers will see I hat tho quarrel be- they find when the lID"party candidate is chosen SAKDIMA.-The Sardinians have rejectedthe motion in the Old TaJorbal. The t
wife an 1 maintain he surrounds himself terms of tbe amnesty proposed by the Aus. Dorinion whig !
charging with infidelity.Arkaiibas our institutions, ven. at the risk the with a Cabinet of
tween celebrated actors, l\Ja\ and trians and Jeler.\ritt'r during the
ready the Picdmontese canvass
,
ministers
have were brag.
ofa dissolution !
of the
-Dersertion union of the State
men-and
one year, cruelty, an party however much: he mi. lthave'loathed t
imprisonment for felony, drunkenness one event to be alike deprecated by both the North Forrest, lias"resulted in ,!ijn outrageousrJot and I given fresh directions to the Department of ging that tbe Doctor, in the discussions which f

year. and South. deplorable loss of life in the cityofNew York.. proscription before his election, War to prepare for an immediate resumptionof took place between himself and his compel! 1

\\'isconsin-Desertion two years drunken. Be further resolved, That we concur in As these gentlemen had not been able to settle I he seems little loth to practice it afterwards. hostilities. tor, Gen. Bailey, proved himself I ;"an over.

ness, cruelty. the meetings of our sister counties, and urgeit which} of them begun the quarrel, which Ii is bad reported that the French Minister at Turin match for his competitor. The result showsin
: instructions
The to the Sardinians
Sub-Agency.
The those
NOTE.: causes mentioned above, arc upon counties which have not already encourage .
nil grounds for absolute divorce. spoken upon this subject, lo sustain us in assert, was the more and the worse abused,and which I Tho Jacksonville Republican and the Sentinel to reject the terms of peace offered by this District, which gave Taylor! a major!

Adultery and impotent: are of course, ing our rights!) in this regard. the greater man7; and likely to l .longest on refer to the following act of the year Radetzky. ty of 533 last fall, a majority of about eight

grounds ofdiiorce in all the states. Which was read and unanimously adopted,p the pages: immortal i fame, the partisans of I 1834, as tbe authority for appointing Col. The! Neapolitan troops continue to be'successful hundred against the Taylor candi'dale."*
and motion ofM. ( I in their expedition into bicily. I be --
C.
on Peterson
Esq.!! Forrest were not willing that
COUNTRY LIFE. Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting should leave Macready Spencer Sub.Agent among the Indians : town of Solo has surrendered to them. Second lVashinRton.-Tbe have

How often do -hear be published in the papers generally.H. our shores without some demon. "Sec. 5. And be it further enacled. That GEnlA .-Affairs in Germany continuein been claiming that: Gen. Taylor whig be a
we ladies bewailing
their lot country J. HARKELL, Chairman. titration of respect from them. Accordingly r a competent number of sub agents shall: be a state of great distraction.! Austria has second Washington, and the General, the bet. >'
of the
of a country'life complaining, and monotony E. SIMMONS, Secretary. they gathered themselves into a mob, and I adpointed by the President, with an annual. met additional reverses in II nngary. ter to deserve that title, had removed the only

__u_.__._ envyingauch". .. of.their commenced ,their shameful proceedings., as salary of seven hundred and fifty dollars each, The hostilities between. Denmark and Germany relative General Washington has in office.-
Rcqualmance as m'e In tile turmoil and II
citement; ofa;; : town. Would; our: fair;; readers cx- DESPERATE ATTEMPT TO TAKE LIFE. related in another column. to be .employed and to reside wherever the still continue witho any marked result Gen. Washington never appointed his rela.
Iresident may direct, and who shall bond, that would lives it is
either
give to
but give preponderance: ofce supposed that Gen.
explore tire rich treasures of rational and i An attempt was: made yesterday to take the I This is a great country,. and Gotham: is :a J with one or more sureties, in the penal sum side, or likely to affect the general issue.- Taylorre/nored Mr.! Lund Washington because

pure around enjoyment that: :are so profusely scattered lifeofMr.T.l Warner, a well known lawyer great city, and! the people there are a great L of one thousand dollars, for the faithful execu. The German troops are entering Jutland in he thought Washington himself trovld not hare i
house
a
to condole country with than, they would be more of this i city, residing at 18 City Hall Place, people. We change our governments, ma- tion of the same. But no sub agent shall be considerable numbers. appointed him It must be so. for Taylor is
their
apt the city. Our object, in envy these sitters, will be of which: : providentially' failed, but he and his lung but little noise about it, and never so I I appointed who shall: reside within the limits Information has reached Liverpool that the now playing the mimic to the best of his !:
pages family bad as narrow an escape as any one of any agency where there is an agent ap.l3uttheyclonct steamers Washington and Hermann had obtained ability ((1))
to awaken in your minds an interest in the l living can boast of. On much as thinking ofa mob, or_ a: row, or even pointed." :
Thursday afternoou, permission from the Danish Goverern- Washington
,
now removed is ;
various works ,
of a
around to direct nature, to thickly strewn he l went to Philadelphia on business, and late: a common bit of a fight. We eject our rulers, deny that the duties of the ment to convey passengers to and from Bremen of acknowledged accomplishments gentleman ,

birds, which you ; build their your nests attention and ting to their the i in white the same evening a man, either negro or from the lowest to the highest- and, great as, office have been discharged of late by an officer wiihcut being subjected to search. scholarship, and general attainments; thoroughly
man with his face blackened, and his I is the importance of this business versed in all the duties of
varied th station
of love and affecting of the *
in and that
songs joy every tree, hat drawn down his army, : when democrats
and PARTY. from
over a hanker. which he has been
and bush and shrub eyes closely and vitally all our rights and interests expelled-of
the great
; to flowers whicb ruled, it
1 chief around (he lower ofhis face was thought unnecessary to use it as The tale told of
deck part rang at us now, and that told before simplicity manners, and the utmost
with their
thousand hues the sunny t tbe door, and JJJ.ndcdIrs.: !\ Warner a small we generally do it without the ,occurrence of a su ar.tcJ.t: to feed some disappointed office-. the 10Ccharacrt"r. purity
election has
t unlike Though
banks and the fertile meadows the are as as can be. Thenit he always been a
parched box about 10 inches long by 4 or: 5 in width any thing like violence or bloodshed. We seeker. Yet, in the that i decided Democrat and has
same the been
spirit never
earth and the i the mean
brook
and was recommendation
rippling above all great of Gen.
; and I
height, gating it must be handed lo Mr. make it a matter of boasting, and consider it Timber enough conceal his
he
offices in opinions has
to teach this Slate have ,
been never
your thoughts to ascend from the administration Warner I dividedto Taylor that he crush
in was going to
person, and in order to ensure it every thing been "
:
just j cause of national that those a "noisy"and
pride,
of the things I wrangling"partizan.
the -
creature to give to two where before
contemp1a. reaching its destination pap one discharged like l
it was enveloped in partJ'-he would his heel it He is has
put as ,
upon poor a large
tion of the Creator, and in all observa. which elsewhere convulse nations.and. them the duties thereof family, and his aged
your this
newspapers and directed to Mr. W. marked office is from father
dug
the head ofa
; up is dependant
lion of the works upon dangerous serpent. Now upon him chiefly for
of nature to look afloat the troubled sup.
of
through confidential. Mrs. Warner tool the box : on sea revolution, arc among other cast-off rubbish, that:. there And he
may port. has
we are edified with such yet now been
nature up to nature's God.! language as the following decapitated
Each season has its glories and its wonders. he and laid it in his wardrobe, yesterday when here done peaceably and without any undue be a chance to reward as many of Old l : ; within sight of Mount '"erncn.-Deri Frt
reached home between 1 and 2 o'clock she ebullition excitement. Zack's": laborers Press. ._
First as possible. It will
'
comes spring-animated her ne'erdo "
by genial handed it to him, at the time Parties are I means' of
same the necessary carryingon
breath the whole face of nature that staling! Thus to be great in great things,good .citizens for whigs hereafter to rail ?
changes, circumstances against a .
under which it had been left. partyuse governmnr, 01 maintaining principles, oi GOOD! GOOD! PASS IT AROUND.
which is now wrapped in the gloom and sleep Fortunately Mr. Warner's suFpicions were when such"are most needed,.devoted patriots .. of the patronage of the government.- guarding rights, promoting reform. And Two OPPOSITE I

and of winter, will soon awake to renewed life aroused on hearing this, and having taken off ( when patriotism alone can'save (the There never were more bare-fitced instance t the more a man has these things at heart, the IA ELECTION.-There CrnRE'iTSTUE are: two. VmGI
and all this will of
vigor, take system? r8-
fclowly and gradually. Now, then place is the:at time first! the newspaper which covered it, he saw a country, is certainly a most gratifying trait, yuLe use of this patronage merely reward more "he will see the need of acting with a mocals now in operation ; but unlike the bar-:

plain cherry box with a eliding top. This I But, this is not enough for\the. of friend and party. monious moveirent'of the
to commence your observations, before the ho drew II good people party to silence their clamors, planetary system,
out very slowly and; cautiously, and I This isiad, by one whig and echoed they clash and
counteract each
the 'am'ite'slThey paper other.
the i One
multiplicity objects distracts your attention when about two thirds out be saw smoke in. Empire city- stirring! : G. than have been exhibited since: the 4tb of by others as is the system of removals

and bewilders your ideas. You must acquirea side. Instantly rushing from the table on: are contented to' be.nJy r a-/jM/e/ excited I March. And this, too, after getting into pow. Wo very true. ton by the Executive, and going the other at Washing i is

and habit observing ; not merely of looking which it was lying he shouted( his wife and I in selecting a ruler for twenty millions of fel- er by denouncing such practices are not disposed to deny tbe doctrine, moval outs friends by the peoplo them thE elv8J.re.

seeing for, but be of intimately, narrowly obnerving son who were present, to leave the room, and I low-beings, but set them to adjusting a rivalry but we have not forgotten that the whigs Virginia has lately presented three or four
assured
that re.
; obseffrant
an
scatcely had they cleared the door when the 5 betwen Water-Cure Manual preached a very diflerent one last fall. Was markable cases removal
Polyphemus, with his solitary obtains far box stage.actors, give them Macready\ and I : Connecticut three
more information in eye was shivered into a thousand pieces, and I Forrest to quarrel and will end We have received from the this deliberately done to deceive the people, others ; and we should not be surprised if Indiana
one day than: an unob.. an explosion took which over, they it i I Iby publishers, -
place shook
U ..en"antrgul, with hundred eyes, in a whole I house. How narrow the escape fairly of all the a disgraceful! riot, and the killing'of many r Messrs. Fowl. & Wells, of New York, a and to catch the votes of such as are sincerely irate the, Maryland, Kentucky and : &c., were to im.
present cut off he
month. example ( administration
It is surprising how your interest in I from instant death be of jheir number. The volume of three opposed to party organization 1 Whether it
may guessed by the strut of an actor: his two or hundred pages under from a majority in the next House. Those

your have daily gained walks an will insight be increased into the when you I fact that a heavy mahogany table on which! strained and exaggerated tones, his >vonder- the above name, by Joel Shew, :M. D. It is was or not, the effect was the same. Thousands who play at bowls must expect rubbers ; and

: history, the 1 the box stood was torn lo pieces. The sash ful in and were misled by it, and were confiding those who are so impatient to punish their
uses and the various objects which meet of the genius repeating 4.what: others have a plain, simple interesting statement of en.

with. No walk, at least no country you walk, partition es separating windows were the room blown blown out, and the written, his grimaces and his bows, are matters the Hydropathic treatment diseases. The enough to really believe that U Old Zack"would 4 from emies the, may expect chastisement in tbeir turn
through hands of the
can be devoid interest to a mind desirous of I Another instant and all three must have been; to rouse a deeper interest, and to producemore price is fifty cents, and may be obtained} himself hold the reins of government, people.Union.

meeting acquiring with information. You will ever be killed on the spot, as they were all around the serious and important consequences than through the mails. The postage on the book and use them to accomplish: an utter overthrowof To the Victors the

something new to excite your r table. The remains of(he box and ofa pound l all party power. Look now at the end of all I belong Spis.-WC
else however would be perceive that
not than two
admiration, ever falling in with any thing momentous. The probably more, ten cents. our
fresh to something canister in which the powder had been placed II that falls into made Whether indeed his declarations, and all the promises made in I ries, in commenting Mobie
impart instruction and afford amuse with part ofa bunch matches, takento drop a rill is of greater Nature designed water as upon expression, as.

ment. These country walks give vigor to tbe Chiefi Office by Mr. Warner were who : magnitude than the huge volume ofdrops that the cure for all the diseases that flesh is heirto his behalf. cribe its paternity to Gov. Marcy, late Sec.
the, mind and health to the body ; that which made He has given un the management of things I retary of W Cr. This is doing great injustice
an affidavit of the facts as above stated float in a mass coveriag the ocean. we know not ; but that more than half to a distinguished

toil was, will uciuro now too be frequently looked upon on a The top of the box is entire and was coated Yes, this is a great country! And who t tbe suffering of the human family from sickness to his Cabinet, which is a strictly party one.- whose claim to the honor Whig originating of Massachusetts,.
regarded as a pleasure ; you with sand set in glue the intention } He yields to their behests and a sentiment
being to having will 1 1t.
no
will be often induced to take exercise in the light l the matches tho friction will say it is not one enjoying the highest state might be escaped by attention to bathing, just now so popular with th Whig
by the ofbis
open air, and the result will be a buoyancy of and, and this communicating to the across civilization \ Witness in New York what and temperance in diet, both of which are so own, allows them to do whatever they party, and which has taken the place in the
spirits and a lightness of }heart and powder, I I have a mind to do. His administration i is affections! formerly occupied by the Allison
a cheer. would we will do insisted
touching
ensure immediate explosion. If Mr. a mere matter: of taste.Even .- strongly upon in this book, we have
fulness oftemper,which all in-door # progressing the most ultra devices letter l is undoubted,and of which there is"ample .
your amuse. Warner's upon party ,
suspicions had not been aroused by martyrdom: will be accepted rather than not the slightest doubt. That: men can consent .
ment and all formal proof on record. We allude 1b3
your calks had failed to : the and turning all its influence to the consolidation t to Hon.
produce.-Skinncr't Plough, Loom and Anvil. hearing manner in which the box had give up the point. Other things sink to Insignificance to go, day after day, without the delicious Mr. Austin, late Attorney
been left, he would in all probability have I of its party strength ; to sustain him,his friendsare r chusetts GeneralorUasu.
S who in his life
drawn the compared with this question of refreshment of ablutions in cold water, in a Gerry, 1
An attempt was made on Friday top rapidly off especially as he was crying out that parties are used these identical words
night to rule
necessary as a -
in stage-strutting. who live far off from climate be 1means political -
blow great hurry when it was handed to him < warm can only accounted for by r
the ,
open Iron Chest of W. O. action before
Pape, an
carrying on If
honesty many years they at
were
exchange broker in Water street. The rob. and if he had done so his life would not have such scenes, and Lave nothing of the luxuryof supposing tbem ignorant of the pleasures of be allowed them government.it I. tributed to Governor !
: been would
have
worth ,
ben, alter breaking into his premises, forced &n instant's purchase. It was such refined amusements, are infinitely" be. which they allow themselves to be deprived.We certainly Mercury. Marcey.-Clrlutl I
off truly a diabolical attempt and a miraculous been more creditable to their good sense t to
a padlock on the chest door, and putting bind the age, and lit would-not stringe if 'ask any of our readers, not accustomed to
escape, and it is to be hoped that the efforts of have admitted this doctrine before the elector A HiT. Numerous
powder intothe l keyhole blew its postmasters in Penn. ,:
open outer the police to ferret out the we are unable to appreciate them. !Hut are do it, to try the simplest form of bathing for
door. There they were stopped as the chest perpetrators ofsuch It I t comes too late to satisfy a deceived peopleat sylvania have been removed, and it i
has three doors. The lock an outrage, may be crowned with sue we the worse off for this 1 1 Are we the morebarbarians one week-we doubt whether tbe shower bathis 0 from ihe letter writers that a app.ear I
was overcharged, least, so teach the signs of the times. pretty "gener
we pr'iumt3stbe explosion was tremendous, : cess.-JV. Y. Courier. for not having huge dtiei/paciolJs/ : best-and then see whether they can consent al sweep" is to be made there. Thisjs very

,r removing great weights upon the chest, and theatres, and splendid, actors ?' ,' to forego the real enjoyment, as well as An old Customer with a new Face. probable. No State furnished more gallant-
,
forcing objects to the opposite side of the ,Population in France and Eng. benefit to health, with which they are thus Circumstances lend color to the report that soldiers to fight their country's battles., which

street. The robber must have fared badly, land.-The population of France in 1601, Virginia Legislature. '; Samuel Jaudon, Esq., is about to establish an made Taylor President, almost of all ,"whora

from the traces of blood upon (be floor around was twenty-seven millions three hundred and From the Richmond Enquirer we learn supplied. _ _ exchange: banking office Washington were Democrats. The Democrats of ,no

and the track out even to Dauphin street.- forly.nino thousand, and in 1811, was thirty that in the next Legislature the,Democratswill The nucleus of be formed which will become a medium for the transac-, State bad harder work to.keep down :he.al '
a must
,. We hope the parties may be caught, though millions four hundred and sixty-one ; tbe in. have a majority on jqmtftballpto|r'' 21- certain principles which party address themselves by t lion financial affairs with the government.Washington t. lies of Mexico at home and defend taylor
one at least be crease in twenty being about elevenper from their fire in the rear." For lha
may already well punished for years namely, of 10 in ,the, Senate and-'ll .i in t the to the minds of men-certain: ideas, certain Cor. N. }'. Com. Ad the/v
his temerity and villainy.-Mobile Ado. cent. The population of Great: Britain, are to be made the first victims of his .Official'
Municipal in tbe same period, increased from (ten million House. The Congressional 'delegation I ,, as tendencies \which inspire faith and enlist sympathies. Is not Mr. Samml 1 Jaudon, asks the Alb.I< vengeance- and these '.domestic. traito J are '

ton has resolved Speculation.--The to purchase city of Hoos-work nine hundred and forty.two thousand to four. we have already stated. 'numbers'fourteen .-Whig Paper.As Atlas, the ,ex-president of the. late. United lobe the first recipients of his favors.-xV a

upon the roads leading into the negroes interior.to To teen millions four hundred and eighty.one democrats, and "one" Texas, war Clayton for instance, I will not be the President States Bank-the successor of Biddle in the Hampshire Patriot. 0 .

do this, the corporation has issued 815,000 in thousand cent. an increase of more than thirty.twoper Compromise, up to the hub'SoulheYn'Aybig. t ,, of a party"" I will not lend myself to government of that institution 1 Is it on account I of the > that' .,- .

, bonds, at 10 per cent interest. ___________ _____ elected by Democrats.! any party schemes""I have no friends to of his success in the management of Mr.One Hudson, Succusful.-I cf appear and

: When Dr. Johnson courted Mrs. Potter, A gentleman was lately inquiring for a a- I reward, no ,enemies to punish." But lithe that concern that.he is .to be elected as the treasonable resolution lred in the House,
, I whom he afierwards married, he told her lady of his She KID AI'I'LQ-: attempt; ha* 'J.just.Ieendetected }; I 3 iSIS withdrawalof (
' young acquaintance. is : opposite of these becomes the nucleus, what "fiscal ase L"of the new administration. 1 January asking! for the,

that be was: of mean .extraction, had no mo. dead," very gravely replied the person to in Richmond, at sending off IIi'tbe then?? 'Why' simply, the nucleus ofa Uno.pary our troops to tho Rio Grande, and :{or&

''I ney, and that he had an uncle hanged 1" The whom he addressed his inquiries. "I never cars from that place'two negroes stored .away !" LO GEV ,Ty.TheVilmington (N. C.) treaty based upon the Nueccs as ihe oulul.: ,

, lady by way reducing herself an cquali heard of it-what was her disease ?7" Vani.ty in boxes, directed'( ..Philadelphia. j: Journal of the 11th instant contains under I its I and against indemnity for our los,
t, ly with the doctor replied that she bad no ," returned the other; ". She buried herself and trt-alure-which resolution 'was received
bored by Yankee 'who ; Hon. it. W. Hilliard has ,been norainated obituary head, notices<< of Jhe death of't three .
more money than_' himself,' and that (bough alive in abe arms of an old fellow.of, seventy, were up shop-keeper, 0. persons with a burst ofexecration by the whole.na.tionhasleen .
tie bad relative with has, been for some ari'a jftjjeitt:! oC1.ich.. for. re-election: by'the' ,Whigs -of the citizens that State whose united
not a hanged she bd filly: a fortune; in order to bare iho tatititc- j .. : ages appointed qe .Tayloa.

who deserved hanging.*' tion of ft gilded tomb." mOWJ.J.! .' 'S, I p- Montgomery District, Alabama.,. 'amount. totwo,t hundred'and Dn tl.l.eTen years: I ral'Ojiccr at Boston! !TDtTiFCe PrCAUSES *;,

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forehead and cheeks, upon bjs returning to his NEW YORK' The. New lark and l Baltimore Middle Circuit: : i .' _

M turs. Editors: Now that the presidential position on the steps to take up the patting" May 11. ; rnents bavet_ lengtbbeenanuounced. For IN GADSDEN CJR UIT' OURT. I

flection and its accompanying excitement -while engaged in this last mentioned amuse Actor There Place was a terrihle"ria last night at tie New. YorkfcHugh r Maxwell has been appoin. Archibald McPhaffer GuardiaabfTbomajWilki .) '

ha\e'passed away, and the names of Cass & ment that is patting" he was so Opera -IfvVhich tras.in.volved ._ ted. Collector I James Brady. I ATTACHMENT : :
Jlutler and Fillmore : absorbed that he ound thoroughly a most melancholy loss'ofife.4It was and John Postmaster, r*. f Sum sworn ro $110. 'iol!
Taylor cc are no more no time for any thing; announced that Mr. \'Xfung.leciret"'orPubJc Mon. John Joh ,on. J i: i
the? watch.xvords of the t two great political par. hut to turn every now and then and tell t Macready eys. __ cefendant f

Jiesjl hare thought .the occupation of can.I' fiddler l IOM rake 'em down." bis second appearance, to guard against. altWOnvjGeorge P.Kane Collector, PROCLAS. ATION BY WILLIAM D. !OSELEY. THE: of the commencement and aU] other ef;interested this trill take. f i
ducton of ihc rather Bill I of a recurrence of(he disgraceful scenes of Mon 'fhoma4 CarroJl ; Governor of Florida. tachment,and snit by at !' '
public press was irksome despair giving j-ou an idea of the Naval Officer ; Elias T. appear and plead to the declaration ft
and tedious, for the want ,of mater of.inteest: scene, inasmuch, a nothing hut your presence day night, a strong body of police officer >' 'a SjffiuurvjorTbomaa W. Kent. Mar. 't WHEREAS it having been made known !to me led in thU case- E.1GIBSON. .. J,
stationed in the 1rn s*, at the May IP"!: }1SJ9
and amusement to the readers whose could impress the various en shalt C. .l Maddox was recently! committed in the r .20 Atty. of PlrT. f
many upon you complete) and I trances. The Theatre Posmaster, and \% Cont of Jackson in thi.Stale by one BENJAMIN" t.
'Iuioi appetites such various food must of thorough ludicrousness of it. After reel was fled at an eufly'hour WeeJU/'prstncrAttorhey. the GEO. H.
ne. a or i but the : '_ tfpon of Elijah B.Jordooand, BESTWICE, \
crssity be pr idd. The world at large does; two from "Truss," the party broke up." and I ladies.among were-oil. fUaun'set lt has been appointed Pen. that the said Wood has fled from justice. Wholcialf t Rrtail Grfttrj i ,,1l 1

not at present offer you many resources in theway the gentlemen, strolling home with the ladiesthrough Iy seven The riot began as-soon'as 'i 'h-ror Louisiana. NOW TIEREFORF. I, WlIXIAM D. MflSELXY, Prevision Sealer, I I'

of nexvs. It is true the European a beautiful moonlight the performance with hissings and yellings, j,.Jbe! Cholera' is < in Governor (he State of Florida by virtue of the TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. t
nounJains most CincinnatL- t.
have, for the last twelve discoursed of soft in probably and soon after some shavings were set on 'fire Judge, Brougb, late editorofthe raging authority in tue vested by the laws of aid State,do ', KEEPS constantly on hand and for sale at .he .
the
or eighteen things I Enquirer. has hereby two hundred dollars reward l cash prices, for .I''
presence inside of the Theatre wnoko'fTbm fer for the eaih.all the articles
the ap-
months seemed to be travailing, but the pros. love-inspiring planet, the moon, and thus ended occasioned ,which' ,,jied of it.There" t were'S3.cases and eight irehensionor sid Wood,and his safe delivery to the: this line f business. Flours! of best qualities,Suar in .r

peel a present is, that it will all end in theo3"nasciturridiculutmus the first day,of May in Madison. great alarm, but the fire was'promptly .deaths yesterday. said county of Jickson. Coffee, Teas, Bacon Hams,Soap.Candles,Nats,Rai a l;. _
] ," and the interest L SPECTATOR.THE extinguished.by the officers. The :: There" have'been further Mem.-Soid Benjamin F. Wood is a man of dark sins, Lard Whiskey and all other articles i (, ,
usually
felt here mob then attempted to force an entrance but tieal. outrages at Mon complexion, about 5 feet 10 inches quite slender. found in similar establishments. ,,. i'.
in relation to these European af. Lo' Elgin's I house slow Alt'perrons wan : _
spoken,and has ing to :
'again a quiet inoffensive purchase of the 1 '
fairs" is narrowed down into a nice calcula.tiol 'THE FLRIDIN" JOURNAL.] were repulsed, and they then assailed the win l bLed. 1 ', ,< ., las ben tie formerly resided about Claiborne, in appearatce Alabama. pectfully,invited any to call and above article, are res a t' ____
price them
dmvi before
as to their effect upon commercial inter. The Fit of May i Monticello. with showers of stones and in a fewminutes 7/t witness whereof I have hereunto set t log elsewhere. buy. s !.. r
.. ,,' not a nano of frliim remained in Ihem.; TE'SECN1 WASHIItGTOX.t j ritiLi mv hand and Store f."
-uune----- -, alu-- -- upon our caused the neat seal nfme i formerly occupied by t.. & If. Greenberg _
leading staple parculalY, Cotton. great Ind I must advise you in the first place that the There was supposed to be at this time in the t Male to oe affixed,mis j>nn nay oi I Jt Co..corner jlonroe and Jefferson streets. t #
;i A ,write .i9 i Slay,A. D., 181.1.WILLIAM Man 19! tQJO. 10. I 11
neighborhood of the theatre Saturdays' Union
Things on this side 'the water" first of this* delight ul month was celebrated on not less than thirty : : holds forth 'If

lot much more promise than those "over give the us ihe fourth. I pass over without note the ordi. thousand persons, and among the most ac. \J this manner,: By the Governor r Governor MOSELEY of Florida., -,-Copartnership- Notice. i 4 r xvSj) ;; H I --

way ;" Old Zack" is now warm in bis seat, nary accompaniments of celebrations of this tire of the mob, Einv. L. C. Jrosox, alias Gen. Taylor always proposed to his fol. A. E. MAXWELL Secretary of State.CO HAVING taken into Copartnership f 1 __

("Me result of a great revolution,") and his kind : the flowers, &c., &c., but go to the Ned Runtime, was said to be conspicuous.A .- lowers to give.them a taste of the good old : The Sentinel, Florida Whig, Tensacola Democrat H. IIODGKISS. Eiq] the with business me. \ : '

cabinet folk have commenced the work of more substantial. At an early hour we as. company cavalry appeared in front of the lime of Gen. Washington He Pensacola Gazette,and ApaUchicola Advertiser i. will be in future be con.lucled under the name, firm 4 .
proposed the will S
sembled at the Court theatre, but they were immediately assailed Father of his publish one month. and style? of W. W. CR003I! k Co. We,shall ,-
old House, where Country be t
out officers
turning and putting in new every as a model ; and though May 19, 1349. 20 glad fo receive the continued : '
ones,-not for opinion's sake, of course, because thing was arranged in the most excellent man. with stones and other missles: and were compelled many laughed at the conceit, yet thousands t I met customer patronage of our for ; : _

he informed, us that bit administration tier by our intelligent, tasty, and accomplish.ed i to retire. A volunteer company of in. hoped that tho firm soldier would prove as $200 REWARD. W. w. GROOM, .' .i .

was to be shaped after the model of \ 'ash.ingtorfs !chool.mistres Mrs. F.-to whom we all fantry then came up, who were also assailed ; firm lathe keeping of his political THOS. H. HODGKISS. 1
pledgl5.- ,.
feel! much with stones, hut maintained their Recent Qnin( Mav P. ISO. I 19 '
indebted 4w
for
a sort of lucus from non lucendo. the pleasure afforded&c. ground until events are removing the scales from (Wnf )

Ml these things, however, have had their due i ., &c. In due course of time supper was .. a.number of other companies, under the: our eyes ;and a the General is fond jEsop's H S. 8. Knight ;

,bart of notice from every newspaper in the announced, and we repaired to the Banner command Lieut. Col. Duryea, and some Fable* book he .uots to illustrate his WILL! continue business at his old stand, where I h$ I

land ; from the democratic print, in language House, where our eyes were greeted with a companies, artillery, arrived at the scene of r idea's,! should like through columns to hopes to wait on Such 6f fiM friends as have ,, i ,

of condemnation,nnd from the whig press, in repast that would have suited the taste of tii action. The cannon of the artillery we're.: call StlPiitfon, to that entitled your. The PROCLAMATION B V THE GOVERNOR.: heretofore that alt extended so liberal a patronage, promuinj ,
shall
that of d fence and apology ;-:and perhaps all epicurean. When the word was given, all with planted in front of the Theatre and were fled I ana t1OI"I! there not some danger Frog, i?r WHEREAS, it hat been represented' to me that :April 2S.IS.!.have 17 good articles lair prices. ",
has been said that fell to work grape. but the mob continued he ____
can be said as though they were used to the pelting Gen. lon Dudley was
po: or con, and Washington as be recently murdered at
there' an end or lh.it. like. After supper it was proposed to return military with stones, and several of them were his hlPfl! poin.. Jdtel". tht_ rhn., ._'_ St, Malh. in; Ihe county of Walen' ___ :_.. _hv. .nn.'.n .TlIU1n "...: Notice .' ,

in me general dearth 01 topics calculated TO to the Court lou e : somp."tCAt ""J"I' .rnr, 7. !badly wounded. The volunteer comnanv of who \.erf gulled into'p his '-support-" "I '\HU"his FREDERICK, and that one JOHN MILLER *as, / A LL persons having claims and demands against i't t
present-aiding anti)
entertain and -all } have {National Uuards, which had been !. of fy I abetting in said murder; and I JM the Estate of Waller
Whyjust little
edify( your numerous readers, repled.U to a dance caied'ou pledges prosoription for party whereas, the said Frederick and Miller I W.Taylor.deceased.lalecf
purpos. are Le&' Ccunt ,
n
I have concluded to.night. if fond attempted to force their through es, consider from fugitives are hereby notified to
I give you a shor glimpse you are of heel-and- way my him in no other light than I justice. lo the present then .
of things as they sometimes occur" down this toe motion, it would I have done Jour hearts to the front of the Theatre, but were resisted c pretender 1 A'HID therefore, I, WILLIAM D. MOSELCTT, Gov the time undersigned prescribed by prop law ry:and authenticated all within ],

way." Casting about for some circumstance good to have looked on. To behold Cupid pelted with stones, by which seven or eight "few more alemts to swell himself the ernor.of in the State of Florida by virtue of the au tb aid Estate are requested;to make persons immediate indebted J:1

or event most and Apollo-both powerful, 'but different were felled to the earth, and Capt. Powell size anoi, thority me vested by the lass of said Slate do ment. RICHARD pay. I
xvortuy a puce in your columns, : the al.en. Taylor will burst and hereby offer the above reward of two hundred hAYWARD Admi. J *<
tlt.llars
my taste has induced me to attempt a de crip. first one conquering by graceful motions, and was hadlwounded.. then lat? Why} Gen. Taylor will show him- for the apprehension of said Frederick and :Mil. May,1S49. IS-1m. ,

tion of a MAY PARTY that came ofTat Madison j exposing a form, cast in nature's finest mould. The riot act was finally read bj Recorder self to a mere reilcnt. as he declared ler, and their delivery to the chenfT of WakuKa! Great Bargains-Real' j' !I I ______

C. H., on Tuesday, 1st May last.: Madi. to advantage ; the other overcoming by fascinating Tallmadge, nnd the mob ordered to disperse, I ofhim&r and one at that. A Wash count livery)of-or either one hundred for the apprehension or de. WILL sell Estate. % 1 ,
but ot them. my plantation&11) *
Ion is 1 rather a pretty] little village, and among j smiles and irresistible dances the their only reply was by yells defiance f : Washington quotha-what JMem,-John Frederick is a Canadian i iI N"rth of f Tallehas=iee, finely watered acresone mere mile / tj'tj'I
I than
its other advantages, boasts of a flourishing f female I eye. .Cousin Sally was there, too, nut and showers of missies, by which several of'|! a farce i is turning.out to be." 'about 31 ytan old, fhe feet seven inches by high birth, has,is :i one half standing in timber,rich hammock,at $6.00 j

school, under the control as graceful' a's the one nor a as the volunteers were badly injured. The civ. dark eves.. dark'-- _hair_u an.t--- '- ,f.'u... I per acre. Also, my house and !lots in
of manage j the other it i is fascinating authorities then called the General Jackson's when spoken to has a downcast "Ull'1t:31onana for $1,500. Terms-One third .
ment a most tutoress. The mis. true ; he has a peculiar to i upon military to ; Gold Box.-A series of t look. !
competent grace
this ;' which disperse the mob nt hazards when Gen. resolutionnxvere! John Miller is a Norwegian by birth, is about 35 two, equaj annual iiisuiiment; (toni Tallahasset.'I '
school
es in wants nut ,
( accordance with u long 'himself a name. these 81 I passed by the New York years old, five feet fen or twelve 1S50. JOHN P. 'I
inches
I Sanford
established custom. came to the resolution to uninteresting: subjects.when ladies arc pre.snt. gave the to load jilt hal car. j I Aldjjr.men.onlho, 10th ult. to secure the ap. light eyes; light hair and a lair complexion high,, and has _B(IAir.May5.15-1, ; !. TO
the I .th., ; ;,1". .1._ !trid 'es and to fire;, and the mob still nersever.in ."I Jpomtment of a select committee speaks'Enslub very broken. 1 .
celelrate 111 a i/u' '/iiiiiii; manner mat d.n'. --- ui'f r.ntnd '''G"t un: from each -. .
Sale
of the beauty I'd be in their outrageous conduct, tour r oa'rd"TiD'ascertain{ what I j lie! are 10 ban made of Florida Lands
their
great month in the year. present, more than a PQ .- sounds ol I native of that city i is suj/puseu escape in a :

In conformity to this re fJItiol! duo prep. When I recal the' beautiful: images my brain !ball cartridges were discharged, by.which tenor 1 (found werthyofhavingthe goldboi, bequeath small boat.IN Wrrjrrss WHEStor, I have I land Lois and Wharves in city of Apalachicola.HE .

". arations were made for this important/ event, dances my heart' grows dizzy. For a fifteen were killed or fell (mortally wounded, i j ed I ;(*$neji\\ Jackson in his will, among his i[:SEAL] set my hand and caused thereat hereunto seal T Apalachrcotu Land: Company will ofier for
by the election of Queen short time it seemed that the and twenty or thirty. others wounded I i This the state be ot sale at the Merchant's Exchange in the Cii
a to preside over the I curse of Adam: severely, I otherratuaLls.. god bOI Gen. Jackson to affixed, this the 19thof ia.. of
t festivities, the cooking of numerous pound. I was suspended and his posterity restored to amongjivhom where several, citizens: who were I, btquc: to lujn who, in tha event of war, May A. D. HU9. \ewYotk.onWednp'l'daylhelllhdayotJUlynt'xr.o'clock and on the III '

I cakes ud other nice things too tedious to j I paradise. Thl ladies were indeed Perk, not mere ppectators, and some at a considerable j shnid'ifj! the peace succeeding, be adjudged Attest : A. E. MAXWELL."WM.D. MOSELEY.Governor. lots in the City of Apalachtco.'a.lowing! as da described*3,about out 1000 ho I

t : mention," and an abstraction from ,orest and at the gate of Eden, but rc\.clng in the gar distance from the scene disturbance, among I I by his fellow citizens to have been most val (ta Sentinel and Secretary of State. map of the City. Many of tht e iotsare on the Bay ,

! pardcn ofa goodly number and variety of ever den. i pee before me a living mass of loveli. them one or two women. The military main : iant in defence of his country. The box was May J 19. JS-JO. ApAacMcola 20lwNotice.) Advertiser copy -If. id and River' and are among the most desirable lot res* \1 e I

preen vines, roses and other flowers of great ness and beauty ', but as eye lingers it con. tamed possession of(heir .position all night, I present f4 h).the corporation/ of the city of .ilia nce5,,the a3 well Wharves as purpose and ol business.

- ., beauty, for the decoration I centrates mJ fairest and this morning they are New 'Yorjv the General Wharf-rights belonging to
and adornment of' upon one, among ten throwing up en 1 and the award has the Company,in front of the City. t

i the Court Hou/e, the building selected for theperformance I thousand and altogether lovely,"-and t though( I trenchments around the Theatre, which the reference to Xe'w York alone. Since the IIARLES E. DYKE and M. D. PAPY are InV ..lisathe unsold Lots or Tract of .Land on St. I

of the ceremonies of coronation, 'I she is as gentle as the dove, as amiable as the rioters attempted se"crallimcs last night to General's dealh-the Mexican war has O duly authorized Agents and Attorneys (during George's Sound, or Bay,adjoining the City described ,1. \ .t _

&e. I lamb, yet to me she is more terrible than set fire to. The city is in a state of the Ugliest and gone, and now of course, is the time come mv'May absence (rom the State. or. a map or survey ot 1SS lots made by R JJ. Ker. ; r
|ito : I'. iS-jo. 20 These lots in 1
I SAM. S. SI LTY. vary size 'from 3 lo .10
eicitement. acres each
There and
The which '
celebration an with banners. the.award
arc a has
as previously announced, army Poetry, alone, can great nlmlJer reference. are very dl'tirolblefor building sites tr cultivation.
commenced about candle-light, at which hour I give the faintest idea of her- of n.mor afloat, which we forbear to repeat, i: Furniture for Sale. ,1lso, the unsold Lots at Portland Eluff,on the '> '.

was collected in the large Court Room a numerous t "Why if two-gods should plavsome !heavenly match among them that Macready was killed, but Snake Jlunting.-The St. Francsier( .) i A VARIETY of Household and KitehenPurni.. described Apalachicola River, about 3 miles from !the City as j

crowd of persons, male and female, And on the wager lay two earthly women. this is not believed. Among (he rioters arrested Chronicle nays : : I turei offered at private sjle.at reasonabkpri.. each lot on a map or survey made by R. B. Ker ., ''.
7oU
citizens of the and the And .. one, there must be xomtthing else was Ned Buntline, who has been com For a week past some few of Ce! Enquireof the undersigned. I I width. They being feet in length and 250 feet in j '
"iagp surrounding alJut are eligible for"ood
Pawned with the other for the mitted. The mob our Maylu,1S49.20 .MRS. S. S SIBLEY. t I -yard ,ship-yards.
has citizens I .
When room had become, poor rude worldWhat : dispersed. enjoyed themselves saw.miJIl.& _
"with.
counrJ Hath not I \ -shooting 4. ._ __. ., .1 ,"
o'crlowin; iuu,"and expectation was im. added ler 'ual. (1! kes jn.Ihe; Imrlr water near- rir-_ tn"a ".._- Horses for Sale. I .lisa, :r. ymcenis I land, lying opposite mo t r 'J :
to her mouth of
brilliant the river t
posing silence upon the tongues of all, it was her appearance was NEW YORK. 1 p.m. They seem to 8pek refuse in the trees where THREE good Horses for sale. Also, of 11.91 Apalachicola containing an area 1 .' .
a
announced in a loud voice, at the head of the recent return to the village, after a short, The mob is again }beginning to her.- it is supposed, they' resort to bask in the sun. 5c' Barouch,Sulkev* Wood WagonLc. Enquire I I thrifty growth acresexceptingl0actes ol( Live Odk and other sold,) hatieg \ e ; ,
(though to trees, and
ktairway that the Queen elect! us long,) absence. There were Jat ,I I havesucceeded' 01 A. A. FISHER. much "
\ and her train other I is supposed that the destruction life last They in fertile land, suitable for the growth of Cotton. ; .
upwards .Mayfl,1S-19.
I but
stars, this destroying 20
were advancing in procession to the room oc. iar," and the fear of was our bright pailicti-: night was much greater than was first repor. I of.ne thousand and they in abun I cultivation.Sujpr,Tobacco, the Tropical Fruits and for. Garden t ", I
cupied by Fpectators. At this i doing injustice preventsme ted less dance. ,' been known I Piano Fortes -- : 0 I
announcement not than being killed and / to take Tuned and Repaired.Nirii Terms
Sak-
from thirty at bf Ten t
the crowd 1 alluding to others. per cent in cash,on Ihe day t
!separated to the right and left, togive While the least one hundred wounded. i ii anticipated logs in some of the houses in Bayou Sara,when of sale, and on allpurcha.eanot r !
ladies remained I exceeding$500 the i
space for the procession, which after 1 after their all was right, that there will be an attack upon the I the occupants ofthc dwelling are occasional. balance in cash in 20 days thereafter when the,deeds f
reaching the head of the retirement did continue long IJors ly will be delivered. On all it
stairs, moved forward residence to-night, and dreadful great frightened discovering them purchases over (5O0a J
towards the throne erected for the I from two principal causes, viz: Some, Uory- anticipated. are I ly cncoused in the beds prepared for their snug credit of one and two years will be given (or one- \ ;
purpose own half of the
O'More-like, made beasts purchase monl'lhe balance
upon which the themselves drink. comfort and to be paid ,
Queen
was conducted her J convenience. We I ,
have in
by cash
in
not 20 days after the sate
their mistress' vet when in
I ing healths
while cases .
maids of honor and, after various ; others mifi participated i in the where the '
but
have been purchase i is lei i-
pretty speeches i took \ : NEW YORK sport, informed : than $ OOO notes will ba
prettily spoken by pretty little mouths, \\tcfourlh o.May for the Fourth of July! May 11, 9 p. m. that it is rare fun.. taken 'for the credit portion' payable in one and two

duly. installed nnd crowned Queen of the I Both these operated upon your unfortunate .. It is currently reported that the .hou&tl : years with interest at 6 per cent. per annum, and, f''

Rf !lm Flowers ; and now came forward the correspondent, and he consequently)' fell the Mayor and ofGen. Ssanford, are to be o, I I Gen. [;D/ .-'rhc Edgefield Advertiser TAMES POWELL (rom Mr. Gro. OATES' estabJ contracts payments exchanged completed.-tds On to be delivered when the \ I f r

utile girls, two by two, with their offerings of early in the fight, forgetting entirely the ma. ed to-night, and additional companies of ml!.. i j of Wednesday, 9th instant, says : .On a re. I lishment,Charleston,S.C.will remain in Tal and upwards the deeds will be all delivered purchases in of 20$2000 days t
im have lahassee
towers R pledges of their allegiance. I : itary been ordered out for the rmergen. j i I t cent visit to this jdistinguished patriot at his .I one week for the pupose of tuning and repairing after the sale and bond and mortgages taken for tha ,, f
"He that cy. Mr. Macready has I left the residence' Pianos. Reference, Gen. Brown, credit portion in I
waf really a beautiful ceremony and well runs away city. It is j I in .LLeriee were gratified to tel, xvhere orders be City Ho payable one and two years, with I
lett.
performed the little Queen Shallh'e to fight another day- ascertained that the killed last night, and those: i{I find him He May 19, 1S49. may interest at t; per cent per annum.
behaving: with ht i is in battle slain who have since died of their mpr seems, at 20-Iw The whole of this property is unincumbered. It .
.preat dignify and composure, and :.ooking "ev. Shall; never fight again." to 'J7. xvound,amount: present, tot: entirely free from physical pain, THE 1 is a part of 'the "Forbes' Purchase"belonging to ,

:cry inch n Queen." But my was glorious (It, seemed tho' though unaMe) .to walk without assistance. WAKULLA HOTEL, the Apalachicola Land Company. The tllle is derived .1

Afier the coronation, came the Iliad foJ a He rnnifestsery.iittIe;; interest in conversation AT NEWPORT SPRINGS, FLA. from the Spanish Government, confirmed by the*
which was in entire supper I' transported to Elfin Bowers, where NEXV YORK, 5 of klo but HOTEL has Supreme Court of the United. States' and a Patent 1-
been
keeping with the whole [ ,p. m. any f with; the exception "defect completed end therefor issued i
were dancing round and MrpllIS to the .
fcfHtir air music, sw eta : The I ; to the proprietors b the United *
presents
I being elegantly and tastefully arranged breathing of an yfvolian harp, filled the Mayor has issued his proclnmation, re" inrnenorjstowsthaUe! ) ,.tll retains in I resort for the pUblic a desirable States. The usual Trustee deed will be given to ,' ..1\
by the Ltdesofthe I questing the cear.ness'bi approaching season. I I
village.! So peaceful and orderly citizen power's of mind.: It thepurchasers. tt
soon the air. A rlianfft lo is not deemed to
I n'cr the necessary speak of the T\ i '
n snirit of 'flap9lDa
advantage
"uppr wa. dl patched, the iiii, ; 1UI4 ha\'in dream." Dark ,shadows cme n.mv" abslain; from al unJfces.af'erilpnpnt---_. _n.u.,, _.ini.. I -- derived frbtnJthe waler",- and---- -h"thin.-.... I... .'_._, __L._' u bp bad at the Offi e of the Comn-1'.1't1\. : i
floated UIV"
pretty well" through with their became beforeeve.thing exhorting '.o lend their aid in PORT,OF ST. MARKS. I have frequented the Springs. The'virtues UJ of the J(1. mail IVp. 35 Wall !street or they will be forwarded hy '
of the show, the part cloudy and 10mhe. I heard the laws, be supporting I water are well known, and require no adulatioh. 'I upon application lo the subscribers at said 'of. .
ied to have little grown people, condo.. men quarrelling-the keen report of : pistola whole civil whichi by the Cleared, Kth May! IS4t Brig Wacissa, Perry, I In addition to the former attractions,an Ice Hoote fice, from whom may be obtained any farther infer .
a jollification-and upon this;i 1- heavy fall-the trickling of blood Surprised military power. The Fourth master, (pr .ew'York, with 423 bales cotton, 26 will be well filled.with this desirable article, and matinn that may be t'esired.
a
hint violin was bought after, and : young I sprang to my feet ejpecting to realize .- Brigade Volunteers is ordered on duty for to. pack2gesmdz.and box Otter.kins,to Coe,Anderson .Vint Garden near by. New Stables are being erected New York,April J03.27, ISJO.DEl ae

gentleman: who plays very sweetly, was pre. I, the sad dream ; but to night, and cannon are planted all round the &Co.,aJ.35 steerage passengers. culated, and visitors will receive every attention cal &lueuj LEWIS FIELD' Trustees.May t '

vailed upon to essay a few cotillions, for the beheld one of the my unspeakable joy Theatre. There is a meeting in the Park to make their stay at the Spring pleasant. 5, 1S49 IS-9w CURTIS 5
j b'hoys xvith Newport, May 19, 1S49.
.benefit of those standing a of those who condemn 20-3m
who the
lake
pleasure in such course of the '- I
I champagne bottle City .
I just uncorked he DR. \. ,
( ambosial CORBETT'S
things. This Authorities, but the SHAKER S1'12VP Suwannee Lower
change in the amusements of nectar: out, and one who loved genera! opinion is decidedly Or Administrator's Sale. Mineral Springs, : :
fowing notvisey SARS.1PARILLA.READ I :
the in .
evening brought forth upon the floor (the j ] too FLOORED" still his tlllir favor. The greatest excitement THIS A S administrator of Edward H. Wilder late of \ a.i .

beauty of Madison in their most fascinating, ; ruling passion strong wcl in death" pervades the community, and much anxiety is WONDERFUL CURE. T1- Gadsden county, deceased, will sell before the i rj'
-a glass in E. BrinJey Si, Court
There felt as night Mt5! 0- House door, in the Town of '
were blue approaches. Quincy on Mon
) j hand ;
arraJ. eyca extended in Ihe direction of the Kind friend:Gratitude demands the
from Ilack mouth we should give day 15th day of June next, the undivided interest I
eJe" which emanated beams of light ,: ofthc uncorked bottle Fom you (-folgwlhg facts, which you ought in justice of said Wilder in the following real estate,to wit COLUMfelA tr. t"
the
anything but pleasure to the hearts i A word of ad'if, and I have done Never Chrrletlon Mercury, May" 14. to I'ublcr The S E .i of Section ST2R3.N&W: theE I: COUNTY, ,E. FLORIDA. ** 1
I' : THE r
of the poor bachelors who come within reach attend a party where they celebrate the first INSURRECTION IN NEW YORK. jl has Our liii liltcr,now about seven year of age, of the N E 4 of Section 8, T 2, R 3, N & W; the S This well known Fountain of Life is again in Hi
of their Our Ions been troubled with ahutnor, W 4 ofSectiou S.l' 2.It N : .
accounts from 3. & w
influence. New York -e"1 ; the S of the
"ben several !chad/ I i I of May on the fourth -take are up to 7 from the time she Glory .
the S
teen ; second, third, o'clock on was five months old. We are in. E 4 of Section 7, T2.R3, N & w and Lot :' ..
gone through the mu&ical becom filth, or-any other.but the fourth-it is so I Saturday evening. The Coroner dined to believe"this) proceeded 'Irom vaceinnation, hundred and nine ((109)) in Ihe Town;of Quincy. one rn- .HE subscriber respectfully tenders his sincere f
ing fatigued from the apt was then holding an inquest the :as not Said thanks to his friends the ; 'J.
bodies and
frequent and undivided '
repetition o the to be mistaken for lh Fourth of J II upon tllhd. hfaaicc as nosuch com interest amounting to the one-sixth public generally ,
dances, it became necessary to procure a tern remain] July of the the slain, tl! in number, which it was plaint ever dripped in our(:miy. At t part of said real estate, which is sold' by order of the for past patronage.and takes this opportunity to in. .i
Yours, &c.. times heal 1 i form them that he has ; 1
the dhce lion made Ii
could ofour child Judge of Probate. considerable
I supposed not be were cut to the improve
porarymbslilute. This was not matter of f terminated that night. pay debts ot the de. ment in i
much a BEND. The wounded with fares-.sSeewiplainineseVerely) of the influence' ceased. J. U. W. DAVIDSON ,Admr. building new houses for their reception,in 1"j
.- .ditcutly in a-population so much given Jefferson County, Fla., May 7, 1849.Thelestjoke xvere 32 in number. A of light-her eyes being no acutely' inihmed. Relying May 19,1S-I9. 20 which he can now offer them comfortable quarters. 1
10 Ua
was soon found and waited on by the, iii -- ---- EPp'ru"J __. _. Jfonday Jtifyuuarmarrs tdicina1 alifif" ( (.J
of Season. A nJ 1.1 of the ,. .
-- -'. q "ateu.. thn_
Committee, and escorted to the stand. I new Taylor or- was preserved. Our correspondent states that 1 un'r.ue. hUt HIl Inelr bie u n' .Slrlo.w ...n.. "1
:ran is to be oMablUbed in Wa hin ton.- the excitement still brought n finll'dradication of the !humor. In the: aaie. known, aim Having been visited regularly for the I ,,

As he wu approaching the place appointed The story goes that Mr. Gales of the Intelli. but was feel intense on Saturday Fall of I 8-1 S thjj hamor set in with more!severity and I WILL be sold on the first Monday in July, at the last eight or nine years past, and believe that those t .
for evening whnhavevisitt4hee
we assured virulence
if
his under the wel anything than tver. Her under lip became of have received satis ,
Mrs. general .
guidance of the very Tbeus, in Leon i
I p05itol of the the
encer hearing county fact il'ln. ,
design waited the of much
had ,
c noticed I on moment transpired, that he would have swollen, andat. last broke into offensive matu following f tract of land :
[ on the shoulder in : very ex. General replied,that before leaving Nexv Or. The Richmond] eye-sigkt b 3me more fearfully afflicted, and she o fth.eE&oftheSW.bSection20T2R2N&E good Bathing House and a Pump inserted so as f o .
cited manner, and (familiarly exclaim 'Go it J leans lie Mr. Enquirer gives the folo\ could n.t endure the least approach of ] We ot f TaU..hasst'e.containing get the water from .the main spout; also, has made '
Jlulhitt the
igbt
promised Government letter from acres,more less. <-
ing or
Truss J give VIM Shoe a Virginia getleman, was have rtsirlr to physicians frequently, ex- There are about fifteen a Cradle, by which the most timid ladies,and even .
morocco, or 'Honey in acres on the
the mouitains'! at the patronage e ; was sorry to dissappoint the In. present at the Theatre on the night of the first pronounced her blood greatly impure, cleared and under cultivation,the balance above tract children three years old can bathe in perfect ecuri- r
same time ii wood This Cradla is \
Jo follow continuing: lellisencer-but as a recompense, would I try outrage : and pre tribed for' her;'but without any benefit.Recommended .- l land. fy. suspended by strong ropes and f* .
close upon the heels of the liddler i lo find time fo write |; atjasl b had Can be hoisted but of the way when not I } '
for il I" Mr. Gales, who v one wto.| fully t tested the Terms of Sale.-Notes with wanted. 1'
uto/ tie stand, upon Ihe topmost *tep of fj;I has a quick perception of( ridiculous, seized NEW YORK, May 8. virtues of Corbet', Shaler Sarsaparilla, we copcludedto payable 1st January, ISJl J, and approved lit January.security 2, here Those find who it delightful wish to seek a'place for pleasuret' will .

cbc le advanced, that he occupied a I his hat and bolted for (he tie air-and I went to the Opera Place Theatre last |H adopt .Ut; in the hope'of saving our child bearing interest at 6 per cent from Jan. I, :.-i pleasantly the to pas away their time very 4 -

cat place' in immediate juxta.position lo his musi. afterwards found supporting open himself by was the night to see .lccreadJ. I did see him, but me'dicineWtlorVshor't a"d trat.hfuly{ ( we t time'cars the lay.health,'.after of using our little this II I Titles made.made to purchaser WILLIAM when the last payment ill'' suzested. numerous amusements that maybe. t

fritn4 The CdJIer, after thumping his fence in convulsions laughter which threat. that was all. York mob would not girl seemed greatly improving! :; and after the'ue of May 19, $49. 20 ALDERMAN. The Spring- are now in fine order, and hate been I ii

turning his screws for a consideraWe ened to end in vertigo. By medical advice s ifier one word that be said to be heard. I out two bottles, Ihe- humor tinder which our child S3_ for a longtime, and bid fur to continue longer. I

time, turned loose" in of the enclose herein from the Herald con"taining : flUr red was subdued and eradicated,her
one real Mr. Gales' friends forbear any allusion to the 8 slip skinbi ipg cmptle1 I Notice.Six would do well to call early. AH who .

an campcr rfv __'_,.down. ,"_piney.woods. reels. This subject' in his prelence.-/etro Free Precs. a tolerably correct description of the She now. rff olarTyattends; clear her school as that, and of an is infant.in full months after date the undersigned 1, adminis- this place win ilnd a comfortable and wish speedy to visit con **,

''cualta; our friend UU the Itepslhat, jul. most disgraceful scene that I ever witnessed. p qsossiottheatth ar'any' of her schoolmate We 'de bonis non of the estate of Samuel veyance from Tallahassee and Savannah) as there i f.
getting J It overwhelmed with shame I gaVe her Theus, late of Leon County' deceased four arrivals of oril stages 1.
everything else he commenced A me and indignation nfithjqg.Im' jCorbett'! Shaker.Syrapand: will present every xteek that is,two
tlng"to the time of the music with the plt. good .Law.-A bill has passed the Leg. lo see a distinguished foreigner thus bru with confidence sTat that this medicine alone effec- his accountsjfndl.vouchers to the Hon. Courf of Pro- : from' Tallahassee.,add tnr> from Jacksonville, where
ut. islature of.X.provdiiig for the : bat Jor Leon.outity.' and ask lot the stages rbere connect with the
most preservation' insulted ed.tb fltrej! IndjJlved" Wild- from an a final settlement mailsteamers from .
hn| "ehemenc. A young wag who noticed of one, or at.most two, papers in each I tally by an American auditory. It grave'. Ph'as! acc .pt .jour thanks for the benefits'early and discharg"'('rom his"said administration. Savannah to Jacksonville) thence direct 10 jny house. p .

fa( his way to (hat par of the room in the state, to be selected the county l'as intensely painful to me, as you may iw- given u, by thwinTaluibIem! ',and SIlJEOTHEUS., ,I would:remark ro those trh wish to cotne by'lheir ; ,
'bere by of r ,
ptliev.e
tlii) agine to be under the MayI9.tS49.;. '20 own'conveyance,his stable is i !fi
scene was being nctcdld: as soon oar necessity of quietly witnessing .. Y. fri ,:: '. provided with a plenty
which u.
as be Supemson- to be bound 01. c.Me of good fodder
corn,and j
coild attract the ar the perpetration of this TUO.XAS.WARDr hay, alsp ao attentive .
fellow's .v. hos
the attention from umes at the end of year, and to be deposi; gross outrage. .,.. ," i1 It.! EUPHANAVARD.. Notice. t tler. And he further'promises that 4i '
patting, asked My own personal no pains or ex
him, "How( he liked disappointment was consid. will he
the ?" ted in the office of the County Clerk where Sat IX months after date the under ed. of the pense spared lo provide as good at able as the I-*.
eralle one
but olNuluStH'"l S
rany it
It t I ; was wholly merged in ; } country can afford to- those
seed ;
who
"Lie never the Jike sympa. administrators have
in in they are to be open during office hours to of the estate of William S Then,. he visited thi*
pub. place knows
Wore/ lie, never bear of it till jest' lie inspection. thy for Macready, and burning blushes for my Personally, appeared the above l late of Leon county, d-ceaseil. will present'his accounts -' Those whoare it is bseless lo say any tr ing about if. ; i

and, d.Jr"! This reply was hurriedly made No better method for countr. I could not help congratulating my. tamed Thomas and"Eppnana; ,Ward, and each s.eter- and 'voucher to the Hon. Court of Probate of quantity of wild fond of sporl'ingwill find any <
.pauiD was immediately preserving the current t more than ever that'Hived in aslaveb l. aly mac rAth'to: t"Se truth of the above statement. Leon County and ask for a final settlement and discharge in, and game which this section abound* .
after affairs of the for future reference from his said very neat the premises,as deer .
burned lb rt. day by the State. l(BeforweJ.ENSONtLAVtTF -' administration. are frequent .
unabated ardor ding In the widolimils of ly seen
would ; occasionally be public, can be adopted than (bat which is I and Virginia, : '4 '' ', jutco t f the Peace.. SIMEON THEUS. If there through.the day quite near the boose. '
ru up to the fiddler and call every nook corner of the State May | should be any visiting hereand
on him I were. EWARb qt JB19. 10 should"require
.Rake to provided by this act. Twenty hence BRINLWA. CO--. Sole A enu, medical J
aid
'crn down TrlJS l rake year ,, searched ior I do not think that ,it Can be bad very near.as good
'em down IJlackguara Kot. :jS said: Souttt side as the State
giVe 'er' > papers [deposited in the office of the County would be i FantlHfaU.Blstb. Just Received can:produce. Terms nf Board moderafe.
( -
gather together coda : .
tbo morco, or' in the plible AMES. D. T. TftEZVANTiProprielor.
often be ,
Clerk, referred to for transactions .e r J: &
IIUQti nd ,then again in the may lardly a I saw.last night, prone bun. 4 .. ,..Sole AEept.ft..Taltbaa.ee.. PER SCHR. TALLAHASSEE:, a Ure and'fresh Lower ineral Spfing ,&, F .AlaJ 5,1849.fiOOD. $
very of the ; JL8'ipplfolatncaroured
'ODJ or(his; rapture lie would,run downthe( present dayjust as we occasional, dred suchmoustersevenifthe wealth of the _, _. _. __ FJonr, Bacon HanvVplain Hams, Rice, -I---,
t PI, *lhetdoorand dance fora I ly turn back to our own bound volumes to re.. Rothschild! "'tT emplolo to effect it0urlaves : A FEW HUNDRED BtJSIIELS.CORN., sold at the very SidesLard lowest rates&c.for All cash of whTdh' will be Blttcksntithlng. a ,.
fJ.ln"t': r two call events that bite dimmed I t. For; onlv. substantial, and
ash?f ly* Jifcdepended memory.'Detroit are.many more elevated in the Sale by GEO. H. BESTWICK. cheap BlaclcsrallJiior of
VJF
'DIi 'Free Press. .W. all kind*done aMhe Shot
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Dissolution. NOTIC
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t> OAtTlUA KXTUA. A VALUABLE DISCOVERY. $200 t'W AD. '
copartnership heretofore exist ng between AUCTIONEER Dr. Charles T. ,
A MM fcr tile nan*of Cfffeu nfacfd with a VoanfM DR. TARVIN'S RELIEF PIUS TiE S. Knight & G. H. ntwic1,under the name Darby ,

,% n( tM| aunt*of.o. f TII."lad tnS.UMI hit al >.1|ml LADES and style of S. Knight & ., i this day d.sso.ed. !- TALLAHASSEE, FLA. TJ ESPECTFULLVannounces to the poblic in ten.

*7>C Sampanllt, 'htch th.y cl Dr.To.(wnd't 6nrlla an effectual the following! painful > "The S and papers are the hands of fc. ,* REFER. TO IV eral that he ha* permanently located himself i in
dRom.ntft It K.YVI.\'E..Or.f lo.l. Thli ARE Iok Monticello, Florida, and will be
etc. female viz: Amen- unsettled business i ( d at all
having
S.! Knight.
distressing complaints persons Messrs. H. BOJID, J. W. ARGYLE, D. \IL01, Cu tm.
a. $qwIor. and "n.* ; bt ..formerly woe,on n orh -a.or obstructed menstruation,Djfmenorrhcee with the firm will please call at an early day for set- F. H. T.J. HODSO.N and J.,T. ARCHER. unless professionally engaged. Strict ttentjo
ro Jie.li. sad the""I Yet fc. I"U_'the till of Drflh <* or painful and imperfect menstruation attended tlement. FLGG, be paid to all professional cU,.

| "nf r,i.ia i credit(w what h. it not. ThSi U.ttu- with sick head-ache, sometimes Irofuseor aconsiderable -I Tallahassee, 24,1849. March 10,169. 10 May5,1949. J,9Plantaton

".IM public M I ta U c4"e.and rrh.nnne but the timeand then entirely Mippressed.! i Apri S. S. KNIGHT, In

a ." utx OmitXJI. O/.OHr.JAb .n tiidfi Banrvnlla. *- Lenccorrlioea Whites-soothes H. BESTWICX. Chancer. for Sale.THE
or green-sickness, or GEO. .
b.,in| on tb.Old lr'i. his fwiily coat MIDDLE CIRCUIT GADS-
i Ik.ne. u and eases the turneflife-Suppression ol the locbia April 2S, 1849. 17.Admiistrator's. FLORIA.IN. for sale hit Plantation
eubriber
ind hit DEN ofer
.. 111""IIr acrrw* the cswit 0 a. during confinement, Spitting pi blood,or bleeding of CIRCUT ,
,li.ti:_ ('re IW.V the gums, Convulsions.or Epileptic Ill River,in Gadsden County,containing 1,368
spirit Debility and Nervousness, Costiveness, Bar PROCLAMATION BY WILL!: I D. MOSELEY; IX my accountsandvoucbersand State of Alabama, Compl't., Upon the tract there is one valuable millseatwith'a acre

-= rennesa-and many other diseases that are too tedious -. Governor of Florida.WHEREAS S apply shal present the Hon. Judge of vs. dam in good repair,also 100 acres Hammock Land(
\ to mention that are generally caused by an obstruction has been to by res- Benjamin C.We t.SberiforGads- cleared the last twelve ;
it represented me Probate for Gadsden County for a final settlement months and about 800
want of tone in the female genital or. den County, Bill to foreclose
or citizens of this Stale, that one and, discharge from the administration of the estate acres valuable tobacco land to.clear with Negro
the Estate of James .
gIDS.They excretions in ENOCH SEVER, of Jefferson County, did, on, or Archibald Black, dec.; and also a settlement and on InnerarMorlgage. Cabins, Gin Houses, Corn Cribs, and Overseer's- i
all the dec'd.John F.
promote sprelions all about, the first day of March commit a murder in final discharge as Administrator on the dower alloted William ity, Innerarity, House,in good repair. For terms, apply to the sub. j
the female organism they effectually remove P Innerarity, Santiago
; the of Leon the body of Anthony C. Black dec. widowof criberin Quincv.
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county ,
;\ obstruction from the female constitutionunless i ] complicated upou and set apart to Margaret a Innerarity, Lewis W. Minor and
Hand : said Archibald Black, dec., late of said (onnty. J WILLIAM MUNROE. ;
with other disease and then greatly Heloise Minor Defendant
;., some NOW THEREFORE, I, WILLIAM D. lOIEJT. E. S. Quincy, May 5, 1549. lS4wInformation
relieves it. introduced into the SlEPARDAdmr.Apri7tb.1549.
Gradually system Governor of the State of Florida, by TT BEING MADE TO APPEAR by affidavit fled ,
they restore a healthy action in the uterus and its authority in me vested by the laws of said Statdo 1 J. in this cause, that John F. Innerarity reside j Wanted !

l appendages. The great advantage and su superiority hereby offer two hundred dollars reward for the apprehension Jefferson Circuit Court. yond the limits of the State of Florida, to wit in the '
the Ladies' Relict Pills all other medicines is, Edward Tltnmons' who i
If over the State of Alabama that William P. resides OF Merchnt.
: ot said Sever, and his safe delivery ; Innerarity
: H1 that while hey eradicate diseasethey invigorate t the SheriiFcf the said ol Leon. te William Bailey, admr. de IN CHANCERY. out of the Middle Circuit of to wit,:in left Dublin about fifteen years ago Or' !
\ ody.[ I have been cured by the use of county of John Forida. leans, and i is to be at in Florida.-
supposed j
Many non
persons : that present
\ //rm-The said ENOCH SEVER i is a stout well bOn BelaBi for Relief-For the City of Pensacola, in the ; .
\ these pills after an affliction of ten year In short, built man, about fix feet high, rather pale lookiig, my, dec., Camp. sle land-to s. t aide Santiago Innerarity resides beyond the :limits of the ler Full to particulars Ireland last on the subject of inquiry of bis let-

I these pill are a perfect regulator of the monlhlyencuations and has light hair. vs. Conveyance, & State of Florida, to wit, in the Island of Cuba ; that year can be obtained by answer
.. of females. If they are profuse irregular and David ing this advertisement. Any information
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\.I In iritnesi ipficrrof, I have hereunto let henry Doggelt J Lewis W. Minor and Heloise Minor, reside beyondthe respect
theI the Relief restore them to their ing him will be thankfully
(I Pills) Barrow, Deftt.TTappearing by
[SEAL.] my hand ard caused the great seal of limits ol the Slate of Florida,to wit,in the State recCve
OLD DR JACOB TOWNSEND regular period and proper quantity and quality, and the satisfaction of this Court by CHAS. DELANY
to
the State to be this 3d day( of Virginia : It is therefore Ordered, That the
do likewise if they are scant or obstructed. afxed. said defen- Counsellor at Law,69 Nassau St..New Ycik.C. .
JL the
that
TIIEORIGIXALIIISODVEREROKTHE affidavit made in this
April, A. I n., 1 cause said named defendants do appear and answer the bill .
> Genuine; Townsend Sarsaparllla.Oi Many females are thrown into convulsions or Epileptic WILLIAM D. MOSELEY, dante reside out of the State of Florida, beyond the complaint therein, within the times limitedto Other Florida.papers please copy. :
fishy the suppression obstruction of themonlhJv fled April 21, 4w-IG C. M. C. D.
or the Governor Goternor of Florida.A. jurisdiction of this Courtbut in the United States : them r that is to -the said John 18"9 ::
about 70 of and By : peciely. say
I'''n"'llen" IP n yeiu's arr. ha.ln.1.n evacuations (occasioned by cold or some It it Ordered That the said defendants, Henry Dog. Minor and Heloise Minor
and IHSCOrERKK MAXWELL State. F.InneiarityLewis ,
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>? "a a. th" fUTHUH tbl Secretary of \V. In Gadsden '
other and remain of and dintress F. Circuit
OI"CII.F; R'Ot (IV.V F.XD s.ins.ip.imr.- cause. ,) objects pity --- --- gelt and David Barrow do appear and answer the within the period of months from the date of Cour.
(l. .compelled, ( limit ill mnlfartlr. byhieh the remainder ol their lives ; these pills!cure by removing Court of Probate Bill of Complaint filed in this cau"e within four t the first publication of this order; the said William TO SPRING TERM, .
hu .. bpt nut n(nmrket, and the t l.firrumvrihad the which first the disease. ,
to t1uwe only who bud |proved Its worth and known cause produced months from the date of the publication of this order P.Innerarity within the period of two months ; and Thomas F. Maltin, '
id vulue It bud rmuhed the run of many neverthrlrii. aih Many ladies, Irom imprudence or some other! cause, MARCH 2Ut, A. D. 1549. or the said Bill will be taken for confessed the said Santiago Innerarity within the of six vs. ?J'Attachmentlor $106 GO.

<*. prrvmi. 'hn had Iln heard of "fr wonderful dlnrniuM. and saved take cold after or during confinement, which causes ST\T OF Fz.oRIDA-Coulvrv OF LEO*. against them ; _'nditifurthtr QJtrt, That pub months, or in default thereof the said perio complaint Arch. B. McDougald. \ Bond in 220. ;
Irom death. it*"u'eUnrf* I I he of the lochia ( that and all simi-
l'ndM""P suppression or
HEALING POWER..I ; William G. Ponder, Executor lication of this order be made newspaper may be taken a confessed by the said defen- defendant and all other persons interestde ,f
lar diseases the Relief Pills effectual THE
Vnoolnf. men* frr C[o. that he hud. by hi* .ki. trlnnce Ladits' are an i I the last. will and {testament published at Tallahassee, once a week for the spaceof dants, at and after the several periods limited to hereby notified of the institution of 1
and *iwrii| >nc ,devit'd iin article whir would Incalculable remedThey are a valuable aperient during confinement Archibald Graham, of1 Petition for distribution four months. them respectively in this order. Providedthat this above suit by nttachmentarid are required th I

nithad advantage to lifinr U&Into nivnkmd universal,, 'hel"notire,the "bel wens it would* Ine.tlllht"I he fur ?, or to correct relieve a costive barrenness habit sick headache II "'. ; ot the I certify the above to he a true copy from the reCords order be published once a week for the term of four and plead to the declaration filed therein, within appear the '
&c. they
",irtur would be known and appreciated. Thi time baa cnii. They ; renew : Ann Ponder John Swain estate of John > of Jefferson Circuit Court.C. months, and at the expiration of the said term of time prescribed bylaw.

the inrani are upilied| thi and invigorate; the blood. give lone and activity to Carleton, Isaac N. Cook, and Graham, decea- G. FIFE, Clerk. four months, then continuously once I month for Dated January 29th, A. D. 1849. I

On.f'l .f.1 t''FQUfl.I.FrRFp.t.fTIOJ the ntn'ou' system, and are the mildest, yet the Rachel his wife and Collin I sed. March 31,1849. 13 the term of two months, in a newspaper published JOHN ERSKINE,
known harmless and .
".iiI nlilufatlrtd the Unpth and limidth of .cale' aied n it I I. found most certain aperient they arc Graham, heirs at law of John within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida. Attorney.
e'JcaIJ" innocent in their effects. For ladies who PlintiO's
young
Incapable of drpenrration ('1 Grahamdeceased. J Notice. THOMAS BALTZELL, February 10,1849.
( P improve* with 1C*. >nd have arrived to the age of womanhood, and whose f
Jnhk yittinj f. Tcnuwnd'III made lo to this Court that Collin Months after date I shall to the Hon. 20, A. D. 1S49. Judge.C. .
ever *. (.the better;braua it 11 Jrprrd.tathV *- systems are too feeble or relaxed to bring forward the IT being appear SIX apply February
t.c risrpei tcmtife ". <"' natural \u'ualions.lhe; ( Ladies' Relief Pills are a Graham one of the defendants named in t the said of Probate in and for the County of Leon II. DUPONT, Sol. for Compl't. SIMON TOWLE. MABIANO D. FA FT.

C""I'III. and' the I IIw.1' di.l.tre.Ilanur"clur nf the alL of the have("I been Or' prompt (and efficient remedy ; and old ladies, who petition, (i if he i is tt i in being,) resides beyond the for my discharge from the adrnini trator hip upon A true copy : TOWLE &PAPY,

cuuCh. lt. "ht'"II.U'1( ar.ip,*il nil* root Lila well known I mrdira': are about passing the ci.icalleriod ol life, will derive .. limits of the State Forida. but within the limits the goods, chattels, and estate of Thomas Knigh I. R. HARRIS:Clerk Gadsden Circuit Court.

al"..nuini ti.n)medicinal, propertiei. and tome pmwrtMttbicb | much benefit from an occasional use of these of the United States: Odrrl. That deceased. ROBERT BUTLER, .odm'r. By R. C. LESTER, Deputy Cletk. Attorneys and Counsellors at law,
&inert or ; ,.and other*, which I retained in pre- the said defendant Collin Graham, and March 24 1949. 12GmNotce. March 3, 1S49. 96mLiverool formed association
,
for
for u. produce firrmmtafiMi and ceid which i I. in* pills ; they will serve to keep up, and assiat naturein appear HAVING an the Practice
luriou.tne i I the *yteni. Kmie of the (.t"prtt of 8ar apanllt maintaining, a healthy action in the uterine (unc- answer the saM petition within (our months from Salt. Lawi attend the several Courts of the

preparation. if they lire lint ;preserved by a ictnlifr rl" I tons wise the Complainant's petition may be taken as per Lucy Blake,600 Sacks the U. S at Tallahassee. All
much entrusted
of and
the result long
known only I thine"11\*nfl'tdln in manufacture. ? I pills are experience Months after I apply to the Hon. RECEIVED businfs
.heu lftilr which fly off in or a* an fiihila- and have long been used by the inventor with confessed bv said defendant. Provided, That this SIX Salt. For sale by to their care will receive prompt attention.
VI"I. I the of Jefferson for
of Probate for
lion nnfirr brt, .rfn..vrry)'tirtnital. fttptrtttt if theroot the and most univercal success they ate order be published once a week for the term of (our !e County JOHN DENHAM. C3-:: Office in the Capitol.
wbirli it r it* ".Iue : happiest ; latters of dismission as Executor of Esther Korne- March I
'I. t months in some published in the Countyof Newport, 31st 1849.Pickled February 17, 1S49. 7
Any parRnn can ".I..stew the ro.it nil they ret a dark colored composed entirely of vegetable substances. They newspaper late of?aid County, deceased.
liqui. which I I. m.r t *>m ihi r.l.rlJ ninttrrin the root than act favorably, both as a mild aperient and tonic on Leon, and State aforesaid. gay JOSHUA TAYLOR, Senr., Executor. -
fob.any ibinc elt*. that mn this in.iild ur vapid JAMES BROOME, Mullet. Notice.
all constitutions and without to F.
injury They
any.
liqud.' iHreien "ti *our timl..>r<. and then It .8.\n- March 24, IS 19. 12mNotce.
HAFARI1.I.A( EXTRACr or SVKLT." But .ll u not the have been prepared with great care, and are indeed Judge of Probate. ir1 BARREL No. 1 PICKLED MULLET, oft month after date, I shall apply t. the Hon.

Ml irl" known a what their name implies, Ladies' Relief Pills. Many March 24, IS49. 12-4m )U tirlt ctch, and in fine order. SIX of Probate for the County of Jefferson for

GENULNE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSAKSAPARILLA. limonials of their efficacy could be produced, For sale low by McNAUGHT &ORMOND. letters of dismission as Executor William
H.
but a few only will be given, a the public will be Cout of Probate--Leon County.In ALL persons having asrainit the Estate. Newport, November 25, 1949. I'J Mathers, late of said count, deceased. -
This ii to that all the .
prepared inrt properties of the S Edward H. Wilder, late Gadsden County,
I better able to appreciate their value alter they have the matter of the estate AT CHAMBERS, ---- {
}
,
flpanhlrfl.it are Or> thin,
acid
,lnr.of medical virtue secured in a "punt and annreltr"IP that >ou may in a great measure become your own the of William Bailey J. M. W. DAVIDSON, Administrator.March FULL manufacturedTobaccosjust received I !,
( security, .supply
tbui it i i. petition
; "ld .1.lered incHjmnle of lining n ON 10, ISI'J. 10-SwNOTICU A
able and heiilinf pr..rll.| .. |'rei&red| in this way an, 1 i* made the Physicianand I thereby relieve )ourselves of many praying that Moore, administrator said and for sale by LEWIS &AMES,

IDol 'povrrful acent in the of those diseases from which the male paiL of the estate may be required to give new security in lieu IS 1IERI2I1Y GIVEN'to all whom INAtGIT; & ORMOND.

Cure of inMiimc-ralIc,. diaseF. human race are exempt. Each box contains thirty- petitioner, or in default thereof that said Moore be concern, that I have this thy filed in Newport, March 10, 10 DEALERS
tlrnce the 1"n 11 "" h.,1(' ,". "Il'vide three pills-price per box. removed from said administration] it -- DRUGS. MEDICINES PAINTS OILS
la tie ftvnr by I.. women, and children. We find doing: $1.0 I appearing to the Clerk's'Ofce of I the Circuit Court for the county -
wonder* in the cure ol Kept for sale by the satisfaction of this: Court that said Luke Moore, Circuit of the State of Flori- WHITE SPRING, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &e., Window GlauPAINTkRS'
co.vMvwrr/o.v.: /> rrvxM. and F O. Welch Druggist, Albany Maker Ga. .
t.tvr.R COM : county,
administratoraforesaid the of Lester
of estate Crook
da in behalf of Andrew J. Moore in BRUSHES AYD
COLORS
FLORIDA.
COUNTY ,
r.vr. and m nHf.iv.irf: kcnorr/ ,a petition righ hAMILTON ,
PIL;: E. Seixas, Druggist, Ttmmasville,Ga. I
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rs7./.rfS. al ct'r.ix-wn's; {-PTIC. 1'1. resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida or of his wife, Rachel Ann Moore, one of the heir Apothecaries' Glass Ware Ac.
1.FS.b 1.(1 '' und ah MfTrrCKm* online F1 from\S. Hamilton W. Sharpe, Sharped Store Lowndes in the Ester Ciictiit, of Florida, or conceals him law of Ebenezer Folsom, late of said County, deceased TIE undersigned respectfully inform the public T tIE above constantly on bodanc for sale at the

IIPtRI OF THE BLOOD.It county Ga. self, so of said petition cannot be served I who died intestate, for the partition of the Real' they have leased this Spring for a te-m of lowest market prices. .
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poi e e rh1jrjw 'In all complaint an inj from S. Puleston Dru 2ist, Jontireno, Fla. The mineral properties ot the water are so
upon him : It thn-eforc Ordered, That the said I and slaves of the estate of the said Ebene years.
iaditu.a.frrnu .IttJitf vf tkr < Irons tini-qiial circulation. -, E. I'arnard, Jr., Druggift, Tallahassee, Fla. property needless LEWIS. AME
is to
1t"r1. known that it anythingon
Luke Moore, administrator as aforesaid, do generally say Tallahassee November
detvrminNtmn of II.o; in the 1"'ld.loIJUlltill| !| ol the In-art. appear zer Folsom deceased, and that I will apply to the 20, .
cold feet and band rolil rhilirHint I ,. nle/e. otcr the Imdy. It W. Brinson &. Brother, Druggists, MadUon C. II., and answer said pet it ion wit bin four months. (from the Court on the Third Monday in June next for the appointment that subjec.

lim out. it* equal' IB ,a,1 I- nud Caitglii' ; promote*"ur tirrclor Fla. date of (lie first publication of I this order, or the said of Commissioners to make partition ol To with Rheumatism,SerofFula,Dio-
ti and the thousand are
n\'nto petitition be taken for and the pepsia,
.. ,
luau, .h.. anl every other pnrt.llulin may confetf- prayer said estate according to law. Monticello, March 3, &
nothme i i. lt.",C""nr. I""manifestly seen and ae Lowndes county, Ga. t thereof granted ; Provided, That a copy of t this order 1S49. THOS. JEFF. HEIR. to, we would respectfully !suggest that they try its & Sale Stable
Livery
kaowUrdeJ than in all kind and atafC. of be published once a week for four months, in Solicitor for Petitioner. virtues-believing from its many almost miraculous: F .I ,

It "',tka wonder FEMALE.*in r..of COMPLAINTS.f.for: .1/bnt or "",1". Fallttiptj MACISON COUNTY. some newspaper published in the City of Tallahassee. March 10, 1619. lo3mNotce. cures effected by its use that they all also who will visit be simi-this _I1J1__ TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. ____

rAe "'_'.Cttme1r4.fnfifrrjtrd.it ,'. .., "'....Irrrgvlnriy JAMES E. BROOME;, h ly benffle. And we say to subscribers have moved to their
s of the 1.t.tU.{wriiHl*, and the like ; and I* .erTectunl Some time about eight years ago I milcarrie April 14, Ic-Ii. 15 Judge of Probates. Spring.that event that they are not benefited THE Stables and up fire-proof
1 rurlnc (nll.r rf n.Ir which was the second time that I had .- ---- -------- ----- alter a fdir trial, there will be no charge ( tk this opportunity to inform -
)removlnc .>.iriicin>rn. and rllulaline(; the ceneml 'yitrm. Shortly alter the last miscarriage I was compelled to Just Received, Months after apply to the Hon. The seekersofpleasurewill here find a delightful their friends and public generally of the

cures it all r form"M tone fler1'OUS and tirenctli b. end thin lie out in thewoods all night from the Indians, whichcaused LEWIS AMES Drue Store, a fresh supply SIX of Probate for,iGadden County for letters place to while away their time. fact. Being t1nklullor the liberal patronage they
have
disease* and debillt j. roe to take cold, which caused an obstructionof AT New and&Valuable Medicines- which of dimisjion. from the administration of the estate of The Hotel having been renovated, and the rooms they solicit a continuanceof
the
aid c relieve .great VHnety of uther .nl"d\.1\ the monthly evacuticns, which entirely disappeared the following among James H. Gibson, deceased. made comfortable and supplied with new furniture, same, and pledge themselves) to spare no pains
are :
a* fft1 irrHatft _Vr.r.'"; St. rituf R. E. GIBSON Adn.'r. for the accommodation of those who
I JJuc. tufonixf about three years ago. Since then I have hope to give general satisfaction.Our may patronise I
; Ftlt, OXCK/JIXIK. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE them. Their Stables
Jiti.efn.e th" UiMid.% e !&, liierto tone* been subject to violent attacks of epileptic fits.- March 10,1849. to8mNotce. arrangements for supplies,&, are such as to are situated on Washington
tke ,"rh. and hfl1b'lrtinn. months since I obtained three boxes BITTERS, Square, in the most convenient pat I of the town, and
Fire* pood dlcention. .he", I.,,* oftorpor Some two of enable us to keep as good a table as can be found in
nnd c elull the circulation of th,hlinHl. producing: warnitb Piles, ftcrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred by any Stables in the Southern
equally! O\'el the 111)and the innennble |npirntion, ; re me fiom those unpleasant diseases above men- diseases from disordered stomach impure QIX months after apply to the Hon. The stable will he provided with the best proven I November country.
resulting a or IS, 1S4S. 18
late all tifLU"1 and & ..remove all obuuctuini, and honed, and from experimental knowledge I would O Judge of probate for I he county ol Jeflerson,lor der that the country aflords, and with attentive
". the entire nervous nyitem.. I not this then recommend them to all female friends in afflic ttat<'of Ll( d.
my administratrix de bonis 051 1
letters dismission non ers.
The medicine yoa: ]irc-cminrntly need !ItInt t ion, and I do think, from the experience I have ha], DR. IULIS WORM LOZENGES, with the will annexed as of Jeremiah Johnson late of Passengers from Tallahassee and JacksCnviewi I W, GAITHER BURGESS & CO.
can any nf thee thmpi I I.e wild u( r.Town'end'i inferior of all that Is claimed ( them. The safest, t and pleasant preparation: ,
S they are worthy or with inconvenience in
1 ThIs Tonne nmn'n Imiiid hr said cisuntydeceased. MARY S. JOHNSON.Jefferson meet nC gplin
arlfI' 1.t to before the public, for the eradication of WORMS, inChildren Receiving Forwarding &
COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S. MOLIY OVERSTREET. or Adults. County,April 7th, Ib30. 14 for to the Spring, as arrangements wi be made to Commission

twcanw,,f one fiRAM U .''CI.that the uue u INCAPABLE I do hereby certify that the above certificate is literal HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES .- ring them without any delay.
JI) "EIUIA1'IO:. of Attachment.Silas Board will be moderate.
o AI from my own Acton
I'Ui knowledge.GEO. Will PREVENT Consumption and CURE eases of
lJVl. SPOL al SAM. BUFFINGTON, Jr. -ALSO-----
while the other OVFRSREET.Madison Colds Blood the Side F.Burney, ) Amount worn to $50
: ;*,, Moria* A'thinaSpittintol Pails .tSlO.t6.
,
C"uIDtr I Itintofmjnienu ; the ,our, aid lnt liquid It6.f County, Fla., near lamiton,April Shortness of Breath and all other Pulmonary Com I, > Damages, $16 00. CHARLES E. RYAN. Dealers in Western Produce,
ding and d"macmg 01"1 good Mutt not this horrible compound 23d, 1649.About ; Isaac Hutto. ) Bond April, 1919. It-4\vlam3m
tie plaints. 0. 62 Poydras Street New
1.I.onou. li the 1)1"1 1-lf1' pat lid i.ulyftrm a Orleans.
tlreuty, d.u..4 el arid 'ha nuol "I"lia| but -ALSO- THE defendant and all others interested are here Notice Feb. 3, 1949. 5 6m
acid I. Do "e not nil that w lu tour* U our """- ten ago,and shortly after confinement, DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, notified of the commencement of this suit,

ah. .i if hut the rniM-hief heart liver u |lri4uce.complaint 1 diarrhosa.nc heartburn d) palpiUlion colic', -, I took cold which years brought on irregularity and obstruction Well known as a Safe Certain, and Effectual Cure returnable to the Ciicuit Court to be held at Talla- SIX months after date I wi apply tr> the Hon. For New York.

and corruption of the blond. J "'hM" McrofuU. "ntlr. acid of the monthly evacuations accompaniedwith for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent has
humor In iheiiodytVhat' produce* all thA humor which Lencorluca, or Whites; from that time my and al 1 other Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-Jive the State of Florida:on the fourth Monday ((2f.th from the admiuisfration of t the estate of

.Imne.i.J.'lt. on 1.IIIn., welling(if the 5kin.lever Scald&flrcs.Head.and Hall all ulcerations IUI lm. Ery-in health gradually declined, until I was brought to avery per Box. day) of Match, A. D. IS 19, and lo appear and pleadto Taylor, dec. H. B. BRADFORD.April .

..ma and t1"llal' I I II nothing under heaven lint nn acid low state of health HO that I was scarcely able The above Medicines, fiesh and genuine, are for Ibf same. WALKER &"GWYNN, 14. I".tl__ 15

lul.tUr.which Iun. and thus ninul) all the fluids of the to get about. I took medicines from several Physicians sale by LEWIS & AMES, Feb 2-, 1949. S Atty' for PI.t.
Notice.SIX
arid biidy.fluid"'Ol"hltb or Ie.ht 11.lnu .ejmet.Itself |I.t""n KheutnatiKin thejiiiou but I andel'"Ul
irrttitint, l'I.IIIIInIIJ the ilclicata tissues upon ,'blcl a pale sickly appearance and the least exertion I For certificates of r"commpntati"n. and other information Iron, &c. months after date, I shal apply to the Hon- -L New York and St. Marks and Newport, will

I acu* t of "tfUI'and. I d.N'"o.. of impurity of the .. caused my neck veins to throb, and I had a concerning Meditine see future FULL sortment of Iron,2 to 7 inches wide, Judge Probates the County of Gads- commence running at the opening of the fall trade,

d.rnlf hunl1n nnture.It Clrrllal.ul. ucarl) all the alnlDu which afflict shortness of breath, until sometime last December advertisements, and pamphlets, which ma be obtained A 40 kegs Nails, assorted sizes, den for letters of dismission a Executor on the estate and continue throughout the entire year, viz*

Zuw U lot n.irrlbie; to mike and telL and lafailc/y wtrit I obtained from Dr. Tarvin some of his Ladies' Relief of the Agents. Just received and for sale bvlcUG of Samuel Stricklnd.dec'dlate of said county. Brig WARCALLA% JosseUn, Master,

to use this Pills, and I do hereby certify t that I have found March 19, 1S49. 3: T ORMOND. Executor. OCILLA, Trim, do.

SOUjG, FEJ \lEN11NG.S. P. TOW ACI'' COMPOUND"OF more relief from them than any medicine I have ever Newport March !1 &10 January 27, leH 19. LUCY, Hosmer, do.

: taken, and therefore recemmend them to Drugs, Medicines, &c. SUWANNEE Clark
do.
and ,ethe would f4in have woul (n.w.)
that Old
I unt.n""d hr. J.toti in Flour Sugar Potatoes &c. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. "
females
WACISSA
Tn"n.rd. G'ive of hi.Inlenor preimralion!V HODGES. EDWARD BARNARD, JR., BBLS. and 10 half Bbls. superfine Flour, subscribers have on hand two hundred and Thee Brig are built in the most substantial manner

to.l 1.1"hnH forbid
.fld should trnl".."n upon, the Old Or.such a mountain I by my wife Sirleterisjust and true, this 14lh Dec. f to his stock of GF..V- 10 half Bbls. do.. have obtained dirfc from the manufacturers, and careful and experienced Captains. Freight and pas

and toad ofcomplainn, from Afenu who have .old 1848 A. HODGES P. UINE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of :Bbls. I Vacuum Process" Sugar, they will warrant to be a superior article. sage at the lowest rales. AgentsCOE. -

CIII'tJL'M lrhue.). "tu haii used r3.P.1'owaa d'.FERIE1G Lowndes County, CCOth Dist., G. M. which are of good quality, lop'for] Cash. 4 Kegs Butter, We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines ANDERSON & CO.,

e X%e wish understood. tiecau. it I I. the absetate trutk that Abu,on hand a general assortment of the following 4 Bales Gunny Bags, by recent arrivals i and are prepared to execute 10 Beaver street, New York.

P. Tunsend's article and Old Ir.Jacob "' '. Sar- which are warranted genuine, viz : 2 Boxes Oranges, orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, JOHN DENHAM.McNAUGHT .

they Mparilla are lu"e a.,.II..eery.u."... ei infiiutrl not diaaiwislsr; that A CAUD.DR. Houck'g Panecea, Rowan.I'1 Improved Tonic Mix- Received pcrTallahas!!( ,and for sale by on the most accommodating terms. & ORMOND.

U common. p.rICUW. having one sIngle thing W. J. TARVIN has located for the pretnt.. lure, Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherr. Brandreth'sPills McNAUGHT & ORMOND. We have also a few accounts yet dne to us for the Newport.

cneinint.Ai 8. P. Townsend I I. no doctor, and never was. I. no Summer and Fal at the Mineral Springs on the Sherman's Celebrated hartic, Camphor, Newport,March 10, 1849. 10 year 1847.- They are generally in smal amounts Newport, August 12, 1848. 4

.**e than D p"lllar.uln-know.) common, no''lr, of medicine or dl- Withlacoochee eight miles below Troupville, Worm. Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland's -- but if the whole could be paid would go

whit fviretaee any otbel caa the (,ullc unliIuio\ thl unprufetilonal they ve receiving man.a Lowndes County, Ga., where he will practice on Celebrated Feverand Ague Remedy,Lucenia Cordial, Spring and Summer Clothing. (a toward liquidating certain sums which we owe. Salt and Rice.

article renoine used scientIfIc in nJcrile. contninlnc: all the tirtnei of the Chronic diseases principally. He has just received Thompson's Eye Water,McMunns Elixir: of Opium LARK & STILLMAN.: are now receiving a LEWIS &AMES. FOR sale,to arrive in Brig Fiorina,

Jhich wiplu reDde preparing tUm and the AUCM'Sof w hlch are incapable neawin.iead of chance of a choice select ion of medicines,direct from Savannah. Sands Sarsaparilla, Turer'l Fever and Ague Pills, C small, but select assortment of SPRING April 29, 1845.- 41 Sacks Liverpool Salt,

AMitO. Persons afflicted with Eruptive diseases, scal: Tller's ditto, Gordon's Billious and Anti-Dyspeptic CLOTHING, together with a few .orDSUMMER Take Notice. 26 small packages Carolina Rice.

lit But wh trlM should be expected from nnl who know noih head,white sWtlng. old ulcers, sore legs, & ., : Anti-Dyspeptic Pill, Peters' and des, such asDrills McNAUGHT & OSMOND.

*f muse eouipKraUvely experience of to medicine cook and o dlltl! I require a penoa male di eaEj and other old chronic afFections -: Spencer's Pills, and is Agent for S. P. Townsend's TiE subscribers respectfully request their cns- Newport,January 27, 1839. 4

i.a.t. How snitch snore 111'ultrt.rvI I. It Lhat up t\'en the persons a common. "ho decent uses that should think proper to place themselvesunder :. celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 per Cashmercttcs, Drap d'Ete,be. to call and settle their accounts immediately -

.fKtUre Itdlcie d..iele f.1 his care, will be apt to be well satisfied with bottle. Also superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from Marseilles, as they have engagements at the North Laud For Sale,

WUI STOacxs AID INTIEPLXD SSTEWI, his treatment. This mineral water hal made many pure Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable for the Suitable manufacture to be disposed of for which must be met promptly, and earnestly hope

.0.14 kRW of securing well the ?* "** priqiertles of plau beat cures of DyspepsiaGravel,Rheumatism, &.C.,and he I sick or ordinary use than that usually sold, London CASH, and CASH ONLY at moderate profits ; and heir friends wi aid! _them in so doing or they wi J. RARE CH.1JVCE!

fIM".nHI'Rteiiiiie kllu ano>fdS'*'T1"1"1 Ue v...*.*their diseases ba compelled place their claims in the : THE land known as the ""Overstre Tract," 9

the bumaB*>.tern and how to a"renn-die. t these duwaM! more. Dr. Tarvin will cure negroes afflicted with June 10, 1549. 47 era to call and purchase. an Attorney for collection. north of Tallahassee, near the Thomai-

wounded It i* u humaaU airiest truid)'. upon husdie tl ;"DCon..t.. the &,..ur balm Int chronic diseases, by cottrct for an interest in them. Tallahassee, March 17, 15-19. 1 N. R. .1\\ unsettled. accounts closed from this yule road, adjoining Gov. Branch's plantation, containing

restore health and hl". ,". and tn i.nr. inI the despaIring\ and." t. This location is remarkably healthy. .L1TNAINSURANCIi COMPANY. date, Sd, 1849.. 7 or SOO acres. Will be sold low, and on

a sea.as,4 I banish Illfl'T thaI(J. C ul.hd 1'O8PNU May 5,1849. HARTFORD, CONN. Bagging, Rope, and Salt. CLARK & ST1LLMAN. satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For

I.I.$uL'tilIT and '1:I I the opportunity cod Dea.1 1 brlsg 4 per Brig Ocia and other vessels, March 3, lS.I! 9lOwS further particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee,

undersigned having lately been appointed RECEIVED or DANIEL LADD, New Port.
Grand Universal Concentrated aturc' own Remedy (for Bowd Complaints TiE ,
Thomas Jeff. Heir
Remedy agent in this vicinity, will insure Buildings 200 coils Rope, Jan. 13, 1349. 2 tf

wUkm the reach,and \
they ja' V fc ra cad Scow. br joyful uplifnr. lu Flux, Dlarb a, Dysentery, tc. It is the terms. Persons who w ish to renew tleir insurance JOHN DENHAM. practice in the Che lit Court in each Tax Collector's Sale.,

.Iramceiident "' Ileal. simplest, yet most certain and safe remedy ever with this Company can do 1 on application Newport, November 18, 18.18. IS WILL of the Middle Circait, and in the Su- BY virtue of the authority vested in ma by law, I

Sold wholesale and retail by discovered few hours will be sufficient cure the to R. B. POST.Tallahassee Court and United States Court a have this day levied upon, and will etpose for
most violent case. It was first discovered and used April 7th. 1849. 14-tf Notice. pref Ditric I sale before the
.,S THOMPSON. SKILLMAN & CO. Talla bas4ee. I Court House, in the city of Tallahassee
by I the Chuochee Indians for Bowel Complaints with
Months after date, the undersigned will apply' Monticello, January 29, 1848. 28 : on the first Monday in June next,tie follow
State of Florida. Monroe '
; 102 Nassau street, New York. eminent success, and by them the use of this -- County. SIX
very the Judge of Probate for Leon County ing property,or so much thereof will pay the Slat
.!, And by LEWIS & AMES, valuable root was made known to the whites. Thin I Smith Mow ry, ) for letters lon.dismission Administrator of the Medical Notice. and County Taxes due by the owners thereof for the

Tallahassee.April plant flourishes in the valleys of Western Georgia, 1.. J BILL IN CHANCERY. Estate of John Smith, deceased a late of said year 1848, to wit :
Agents, and North Carolina. It is neatly put up, ready for Joseph Law.ton. county. H. C.. \VIRT Is!. D. J. L. CALL, M. D.
21, 1949. IC-ly ) PATRICK SMITH, Administrator. RS. & CALL have associated Lots Nos. 19, and part of 175, and 76, 0. P., and

--- ---- -- use*, in ounce papers,sufficient to cure several cases, IT appearing to me affidavit that Joscps Lawton, March 10, IS4! 10-Om P WIT of Medicine themselvsin &c. and 152, N. A. of Tallahassee, belonging Anderson
Surgery
I at >0 cents per paper. defendant the in Peeler.
in filed the above cause, reside -
Rail Road Notice. For sale W. Brinson & Brother Madison C. H. bi offer their services to the public.
by out ol the of Florida and in Europe: Help Help Help Lots No9.81,82, S3, S-l, and 85, N. A. pf city(
Monticello
Store Florida.
Office
Fla. E.Siexas Drug ,
; GJ.,S.Pulestoti, Mon- over
Thomuvie. It i Ordered That said defendant Tallahassee
and Charles F.Mercer.
an- belonging to
appear subscriber most respectfully calls on his cus-
ticdlo Fla. and August 5, 1848. 3 ly
,Jr., Druggist.Talla- THE
hassee Fla. E swer the said bill within the time prescribed by law, who are in arrears for 1847 and '49, to JAMES W. SHERWOOD,

,5,1849. 19 3m otherwise it shall be taken pro confesso. It it further lend a helping hand by calling and paying by the Cloth and Rope. Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon Ceanty-
> Gunny
Ordered, That a copy of this order be published 10th of March next, the amounts they November 18,184S. 18 *s -
given to th* Stockholder of I in some newspaper printed in tbe State of Floridaonce respectively. FRESH supply just received and for sale by

1 .i: the Tallahassee Rail Road Company, that on S. S. KNIGHT a month foi nine months. owe.He sincerely trusts that this notice will not be direpr"r .McNAUGHT &ORMOND. Groceries, &c. .< .

I Wednesday,27tb day of June next, an election will JOs B. LANCASTER, by but that all will call and thus Newport, March 1849. 10 1 BAGS RIO. .
any en- ,. COFFEE. \ .
be held at the Office of the Wholesale Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer
Company Tallahassee, & Key West March 28.A. I 9. Judge So.Cir.Fa. ro continue his present business. 1.!:) S do. St. Domingo do. ,
for seven Directors to manage the affairs of said THOS. F. KING, So!. for Comt>. Confectionery and
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Those who disregard this notice, after the Baer. 5 do. White Java do.
wi
for twelve from
I Company months that date. A true copy from the minutes: time be called authorize KINDON would and 2 do. Brown do. do.
on by one
R. K. CALL Pies. T. R. Co. on hnd.and offers for sale at a .pecfe HENRY :
'j KEEPS cn.tanty W. C.
a I cash all the standard MALONEY, Clerk. to act mater.. generally, that he has on hand, and 2 Bbl,. crushed Sugar,
Tallahassee, Alri 7, 1849. 3m-14 [Sentinel. advnce April 14. 15 By R. L, HICKS D. C.
t D. C. WILSON. is constantly manufacturing CANDIES of all kinds Loaf
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ articles in his line. Flours of approved qual. 2 Boxes do.
ities-Sugars, Coffees Teas, Bacon, Hams, Pork, Plantation for Sale. February 10, 1519. 6 such as : Gishen Butter, Box and Pine Apple Chees?, Sup -i

Now Opening Soap, Candles, Lard, and all similar articles-together PEPPERMINT LEMON DROPS. perior Family Flour, Cider, and White Wiie Vinegar .
undersigned being difU moving to the Long Cottons wanted. CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY, ,Codfish. Chocolate Candies Sauces,
and see a general assortment ofIlanc with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions, Nuts T Herring*, ,
COME Western country, place for sale, consisting WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY, Pickles, Almonds, t igs Table Salt, &c. &:.
), Dry, and Staple Co., Raisin*, Figs, Almondn.and all other article usually K\f\ Sea Island Cotton .
of 398 acres f land-about 60 cleared DALE Roler.girld '
Hats, ,Ready! found in similar establishments.Store < acres *J\J\J the full value will HOARHOUND ; Received per brig Suwannee. and for sal by
p UOle. Cotblnc. and in a high state of cultivation, and under a good And various others, them several that are McNAUGHT & ORB10ND
Crockery, Cia. next door above G. H. Megioniss', on Mon. be given byl. S. F. BURNEY. among
Wood., Willow,and Hard Ware. roe street. fence. There is on the place about 120 acres of as February 17, 1949. useful for colds and ,and ii prepared tomanu- Newport, March 10, 1549. 10 ,

j C ;-. S. F. BURNEY. April 29, 1849. 17 ly good tobacco land as the county can boast of, a tolerably facture any, and all kinds that may be ordered both
good tobacco-barn and all
wholesale and
April 7th"1640, 14 dweUng.bouse. reai.He a o
'
necessary a pleasant situation, Notce.SIX is alf to carry on Baking in all its
For Sale. Io spring of water, good summer range for stock, months after ,, apply to the Hon branches, the \ \ of Bread, to I he most Attorney at Law,

DR. J. S. BOND, TWO BUGGIES and two HORJSES Any personwiuhlngto purchase would do wellto of Probate for the County of Jeflerson I exquisite Cake plin'Lt. ties and the public ? Montitello, Jefferson fonntf, FJorila.!

FFERS hit professional service*.tojhe citizens -A2 1 ,cheap. They will be sold*ep.arafelyortnrether. call and examine for- himself, nine miles southwest (letters.of "dismiHsion at Administrator- Paul can aiwaysbeaccommodated by giving timely notice attend the Circuit Courts of thiiid0

1 --Enquire aIthi. L of Quincy. apw Malhabe,deceased. ,. at the.Bakery. and Confectionary on Jeflerson .ledl :WILL .and of Ibe ofCoJnmbilintnow *
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S 1 t' f E'g1T I ntrnLtn 1ZAPtit\M I .
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