The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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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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THE FLORIDIAN &. JOURNAL Section 4. .in l be it further enacted, That the I have essayed a thousand time since to pro two angry serpents linked in the coils of mortal of rejoicing,and the pound seemed to madder I the doors and darkens the firesides of cif Hfzed( '

MCT> EVERY SATURDAY. Secretary nf Treasury shall appoint an addition file the face and daguerreotype the lustre of strife, swayed tu and fro for more than a hIm the more. Making a clutch with his huge, life-1'. after all, not an in- ,'
i* roBi-n al i inspector, who shall reside at Fort Brown, or such unconquerable
www- other place as may designated i by him aforesaid, those beamy black eyes, whose rays seemed minute, then t falling heavily, to the amazement bony fingers, he succeeded in grasping bis I II Miner, but a fictitious; adjunct of education.It .- g

TERMS : and who shall in.pect all merchandise entitled to to emanate from some unknown and measure- of efcrjLcj Boudinot was uppermost. His II opponent's throat, hut :at the same instant: fell: proves that boundless bravery exists latent ; ,

THRtc: DOLLARS per annum, if pud: in adrance. drawback under the provisions cl I this act, and olherwice less distance in the depths of the soul, or, per. \' r, proved only momentary, the hand of the other fixed on his own wind., in all human souls, and only the given

THan AND A HALF &fpid within fix months protect the revenue. chance, out of the heights heaven, but always for, quick as thought Star tured him, and p'pe. Hanging on and lugging at each oth., condition of Diets, call it forth.It .-
FOUR DOLLAR, if not paid until the end thcyear. Sec. 5. Jind le further rac' d, That any merchandise have been forced down grasping his throat er' necks like the crcumstancs ,
adhered to and which shall have been duly entered at the to cast my pow. arose, pulled him to the unconquerable bull-dogs, proves highest gift ever bestowed Z .
(U-Tbcie tetms, will be rigidly until all arepaid port of Corpus Christi, and the dutie paid or secured erless pen in despair. circumference of the ring and then threw him, two champions reeled from side to side during, on man or angel may b perverted (10 the vilest ,-
no paper unless will at be'!the discontinued:option of the publishers.arrearages Sub. according to law, may be transported to Lore- That is Emma Star," said my friend with his blackish purple fact and strained some minutes till both, turning purple in theface uses, as the frt on the hearth may be '

scribers, will be received (or three months at One do, on the with Rio the Grande, and of from drawback thence exported Provided to, Paschal, observing the direction of my admiring bloodshot eyes, like a lump of lead, over tbe.opes. fell together gasping in the hot dust.- misappropriated the coo.
:0. Every order lor the Mexico, priril'ge : "the beautiful in the i I Then their delto.inf
Dollar *ix month $1 That such be made within one) gaze, most woman .. relaxing weary fingers, they re- flagration. 4
paper>> out of this county must be accompanied with from the dateof exportation importation and under the conditions(8r !! nation." Score down forty-for Big Jim; Star !"cried gained their feet and stood for several xeconds

the cub, authorized unlew the order agents comes in the through State.ADVERTISEMENTS auy of our and lroviiionJ of the act, An act allowing drawback I a. In the world !" I added, mentally. tie marshal. apart, panting for breath, yet still scowling THE WORSHIP OP NAT

regularly merchandise exported in the orig "And yet," continued he, .her six brothers Such was the custom of the He dark and dreadful defiance. ,
inal packages to Chihuahua and Santa Fe', in Mexico -. are the most notorious desperadoes and duel. who could force his adversary over game.the ropes .Let us fight with brave men's tools," criedBig BT j. o.-WHITta. -
and to the British North American ,province?adjoining
Will b" inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square the United States, approved March third, lists west of the Mississippi, although she herself acquired the right to his marks on the Jim, fairly frenzied with rage. The ocean' looketb up to heaven, I
.f twelve lines (for the first,and fifty cents for each eiehtem hundred and forty-five;j" and the Secretaryof is tender-hearted innocent asa child ; ledger. .Any you please," was the laconic an. As 'twere living rJni 4
a>iequent in... rti"t'. A reasonable deductionwill the Treasury is hereby authorized to appoint: an and, what is still stranger, no contemptible : It so happened that Boudinol fell on tbeouside swer. In homage of in Wvf given 1:
be made on Ifgal notices, estate notices year- additional inspector lo reside at Loreilo who shall! devotee to the muses." of the ring.near the cedar post against Then let us have bowie.kniren, and let ceaseless worshipping.

ly regular notices accounts ithout with alteration the office., by persons having inspec provisions all merchandise of this act,entitled and otherwise to drawback protect under the ** What a pity," I remarked with increasing which Horace Jordan had been all the while our left hand be fastened together," said the They As bend kneel.upon the human the !sloping kne,,;undo 1 ,

All announcements of candidates for office, rivKPOLLAR revenue. ; interest, that such au angel could not be leaning, surveying silently thr progress ofiheplay. desperado, with the ferocious. frown of a fiend A beautiful and tireless band- ,
*-invariably in advance. No attention Sec. C. Jind le it further enacted. That the Secretary removed from associations so uncongenial to The sight of his sister's lover, or per. :ncarcate. The priesthood of the sea.Thejr ,
trillbs to order lor announcement,unless of Treasury be authorized to appoint a deputy .. 1
paid any a noble nature. haps some slight look of scorn on the Joun"lawJer's I am content with your proposition, was
with the cash. collector to at City. in I the pour their clitterinj: :treasure out
rt'sidl Chesapeake
All! religious, marriage and obituary notices published State of Maryland, with authority lo plant enrolments My friend replied with a piece of information features, aroused all the ch gratuitously: but editorial notices for pri. and license to vessels : Prolvltd, That thecompenarion that darkened' to me, for ever, a whole ished hatred and venom of the victor, and ho At this nneipecteded change in the mode And chaunt their awful hymns about ."
Tito benefit, will be charged as advert aseinent. of the said deputy collector shall be streaming galaxy of nebulous hopes. fairly shouted combat, the excitement grew boundless.The .- The Witching hills o(earth. *. .

tbp usual fees of office and nothing mnre. "She was to have been wedded some fiI .Base pettifogger you can gaze on the other gladiators suspended their strife, The preen earth send its incenw up ;
Sec. 4nd That the
7. beit.furtherenacted
Jon WOIK. of vessels residing New River, in Onalow owners weeks ago, to the eloquent young lawer Horace sports of brave men ; but dare" not, for your and the .beholders began to make their bets- From From every Slower mountain 1hrinf iJ ,

Vft are well prepared blaukli to, execute ,Job&c.Work.,with neatness such. county in the State of North I Carolina shall have Jordan. You have heard of him. But I coward'a buul, take part in the game of glo: 'I'II some la)ing large wagers that Big Jim would That every greeteth the' and dewy cuI .

as billl,carth, All pamphlets work of this description, the privilege of taking out reeuters or enrolment her bold, bad brothers, for what reason I am ry." : kill his enemy others staking their money on sunshine. '. 1'
and despatch. and licenses, at Wilmington, in said State and thecollector 1 dare !P' the I Jordan and others death The mi la are lilted from the rilU. .
except fur persons having yearly accounts with of that district is hereby authorized lo grant not apprised, broke ofT the match, and, it is was ringing response (111 again on against Like the white win? ot
th. office, mud be paid ftr! on delivery. the same on the conditions now required by law. said, threatened her J lover's life. But I see Horace Jordan, as he cleared the ropes at a bo'h. They lean above the ancieut prayer bills.; !

.- -- ---- Approved March 3, 1SJ9.No. him yonder." lear. I cast a glance towards the beautilul l Emma At ding homage there. "-" .

BY AUTHORITY. And Judge Paschal po'nted out with his The American stood in the arena of the -only orp glance. I dared nut hazard; another The forest-Cops are low 1 lr cast :.' .

[ ; 54.. ] AN ACT to cause the northern boundary finger a tall, slander f form, leaning against one Indian gladiators. Stripping instantly to thetrowsersanrl she 10kpdf like a statue of despair O'er breezy hill and glen. 1 I S
and Resolutions passed at the Second Session of the State of lowatobe run and marked.Be A. if j'
itti of the pillars near the arena. tieing a red silk hankerchief around rated in snow-white alabaster. Her eyes a prayerful spirit passM
of the Thirtieth Congress. it enacted ly the Senate and House of Rrp. : Suddenly the herald's bugle pealed a clear, him, he was prepared for the desperategame. were m'tionlcS' fled on the horrible ring, O'er all the homes of men. ; ,I
retentativet of the United States .America in I
Coneres; assembled, That the ef eeneial of piercing note, and every eye was fixed instant- I where a brother, or a lover, or perhaps both, The couc weep o'e the fallen world. I
[No. 49 ] AN ACT 10 grant the right of way. to Wisconsin and Iowa,under I tbt direction surveyor of t he Com- lv on the ring, into which fifty braves might .See Emma Star is fainting !" exclaimed I were about to be hewn in pieces with muder-; E'.n a. repentant love ; I. 4".
; to tOe blessed 4
the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company.Be misioner of the General Land Office,shall cause the I be seen J leaping, by single bounds, over the my friend. I ous knives. Her lips were livid and rigid as They fade in breeze above.unfurled J ,
it enacted the by the United Senate Slates and house of .imciica of Rcpresentativfi in- northern boundary line of the State of Iowa lobe i ropes, high, as the waist. These championswere Glancing suddenly at the carriage, I beheld thov!of a corpse that had been dead for days.. I "
of run and marked, and suitable monument.placed all dressed alike in leather that sweet, mild face white linen and No of life could be distinguished, save The sky is a a temple arch- \
Congress aiscmbled. That the right of way is here- thereon. And the saidsuiveyorceneral t-hall pantaloons!, a I sign a The blue and wavy air. I' l'
by granted to the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company one copy of said survey to the General Land Office, fitting tightly as the skin, and reaching not her beautiful little hands clasped convulsivelyon I shuddering in the bosom over the region of I h glorious:in the spirit march ; ,J_
I tor the Railroad contemplated by said company to and another copy to executive of Iowa,to be deposited moT than halfway down the thigh. Such her bosom as if tu keep back the heart I the heart. I turned away for relief from an Ot messengers at praver. ,: i

i be constructed Irom Mobile riversitornearthemtsuhhof to its northern terminus in the archives r.f that State. i was their only garment, the rest of their IJo- beneath from bursting. The agony, howev. apparition so gho*t.like to the arena, where The gentle moon the kindly t
on tb. Ohio or Mississippi Approved March 3, J&49. I1D. ; "J J
bare and er, seemed to in a moment, and she rapid preparations where being mad for the The I
j the OblU,anI! the said company is heiebyauthcr- its being completely shining a pass con- ; many stars are given 1
ued to locate said road through any ot the public recent and copious anointment ydlow.col-! tinued afterwards to look calmly on the swift- duel. I saw 'he seconds bind the left hands A. -thrinw to burn farr ':incense on- .

I lands of the United States which. may lie on the route I __ J D_ _0 l! ored oil. Choicer specimens! of athleticism changing scenes, with cheeks pallid a marhie I of their principals hard and fast together with The altar fire; of heaven .

t and which the may said be company selected is bribe hereby location authorized of naid to suney road: ; --From--tlt."r--- York---Sunday-- -Times.------ could not well be found' should you search the I I down which tears flowed and fell, in a !mal hempen cord, and place in the hands From t.e .Y. 1": Eoemng Pott. ., J : .
; and mark through the said. public lands the tiack oft SOUTHERN AND WESTERN wide word over. Volumes ot i swelling rnus.cle 1 even, measured drops-each drop of d.gleaming bowie-knife( of the largestsize ; A TERRIBLE .\Fc'AH1108 AND BLOODSHED -
t said road one hundred feet in "width, and, furthermore LE.I sharp ridges of naked nen'el literally j minute speechless sorioxv. and with an edge keen as the blade of a t r AT ST. CHARLES, ILLINOIS.
au additional quantity: of twenty-five feet in I quivering with eicess strength and I II Once more the bugle sounded, and this I! razor : and then I saw-and f fell the 1 1I
I pure I very ST. ChARLES I
CHEROKEE BALL-PLAT AM) DUEL.The I April ly, 3 o'clock P. M.%
width on each side of said road along the same, which TiE ; with coldness! in bones I .
i I redundant vitality, all revealed in i time with three loud lingering blasts. j marrow creep icy my ,
shall be reserved from saleand tIc title whereof distinctly I Messrs. Editors
land I
shall be vested in the State wherem such land I Cherokees, located on the wfstern the vivid li.
hall lie, for the use of such railroad company forever I frontier Arkansas, can scarcely now be gave ample assurance how desperate must be 11 of all. Each man who tosses an oppo. each other with calm determined: faces, in tIt ofa Charles mob been under
and for no other use batever. | called Indians much less At all the coming conflict. nent over the ropes wins score of five," remarked whose mirror only one expression could be supreme reign since 10 a. m.
,< 2. Jind be it further enacttd. That the said savages. I The cause of this outbreak oflhe
*c. detected measureless and unutterable hate sovereign*
Thousands of the natural.am.phitbeatre I Judge Paschal. The arena then i.
events much advanced in civilizalion spectators on pre. ,
Mobile and Ohio Railroad Cum pan.ball have the they are a of ihs land the and reckless
mounds could them all and sented the of fifty single combats but no shrinking token of terror. They were I \al open manner
privilege, and the same is hereby granted to tht m,to a their American neighbors. 'LlJ hanI I nee I appearance in which! Dr. Richards and his I
cut and use all touch timber, and to use all earth, schools, churches, a constitution, laws, court, commenced belting furiously on their various all well wedged lo eth"r. By couples all the waiting for the word to begin. I supplied themselves for tha students.hat '
sand, mineral, and other materials on I favorites. hundred had mid Such unnatural modes of are commOn last few weeks, ,
tone gravel j I and more wealth, according to numbers, than All around me I could! sue heavy II gladiators coed, were tug. dueling I with for dissection. ,
the public lands ot the Uuiled States', which may be the frontier and subjects
but refused that ging and to other from on among .
other body politic in the world. Many oftheir wagers proffered mostly someone straining ( f:
necessary for the construction! or repair of said rotd. any A company of men-father, and
and to build bridges; or construct buildings! trus ;j sons and daughters are educated in the i of the Star ," and especialy.' Hi Jim," Ilbe( ling. Sume had grabbed their antagonists Indians, and result chiefly from two causes. I husband of a lady from De l.tners.Kalb .
work, or other erections, such as the same may re. I first seminaries in New England. Besides, I would win the Imrdrcr scores "llich weie to :I by the hair, and were hauling them aioiig! 1. They put the weak or unpractised on a I who had young died county, i .
quire, and tike such water as may be wanted; anil t be counted termination of the in dust. Others had fastened their fingers footing of perfect equality with the most skilful I recently -came here on Thurs
( they are at present more than half' white I last
cross such streams as shall be necessary for the completion I with of steel I adpets in the art of slaying. 2. Recklessmen day alledging that she had been resurrected I
play. a gripe on yielding windpipes, i
owing to a long course of ititerinar.I I' ,
and use of said road: Provided, That the I ; frequent : I a search
Again the bugle sounded, and then thechieinarehal thus. to choke their foes into non. conscious of total superiority to the fear procured warrant, uith ;
said railroad shall be completed,shall carry the mails I riage with! our own people. They have adop. endeavoring Sheriff Yates searched the
of, the United State on such terms! an the Postmaster : ted our names, copied our dress, institutions advanced to one side of the i I resistance-while oih rs, seizing sudenlysunirt of death, appear to delight in demonstrating diecting.roomand
General shall be able to contract. for similar ser and manners, and the custom of arena, holding in his hand a ball covered with i iI unsuspecting! right hand, strove .bjr their Kravpry by rushin into the jaws of certain 11"\J"1cC premises of Dr. Richard;not finding the '
) flITJl.i5 .., .
vices with other railroad especial destruction. Such men often die with a "lt. L sfllh" .
companies. leather, and of ordinary dimensions, but loaded quick jerk to dislocate the shoulder-joint from that she had been there '
UOUT. C. Wl TROP, duelling, HO prevalent on t borders. They and under the hand
I scornful the features die ,
smile t
I triumph on ,
retain however of with several bullets, to give it greater foice. I its socket; and others still, stooping suddenly of the such
their I' hair
Speaker ol the House! Representatives. hti tome ancient ; operator, as and other eridcn.
G. M. DALLAS, amusements, and among the rest, the great i By means of a strong sling he hurled the Hale: caught the foot of f an athlele, and, casting in fact, because they wish to die. (Having I ces identity. '_ 4 '.

I Vice President ot the United Slates! game of .vhich they are immoderately fond- hissing globe high up into the air, as nearly as.I him headlong to the grould,draggfd the been long accustomed to the work of slaughter I The relatives rjturupd home ; we. heardno a
I and President of the Senate. the described in the pos ibu! over the centre of the ring. Tlu- wretch ( towards the ropes. Every they contract au insane love fr us owa from them until '
play, I poor f more this about
t .Anaon. March 3., 1S-I9.__ IJ:1 sequel. sake alone.:: It is difficult to It morning j ,
-- -- -- ---- -- n persons
JAMES K. POLK. .\ eye-witnesses of distant scenes who gladiators, in their singular combat, scattered I method of anrn'yace was fiii, except strokes these I 10 o'clock, when double teams, loaded with 1 1I
at different round the enclosed I with tin fist injuries to the But what comprehend the moth"el prompting to
or c\'e.
were never five miles away from bookmaking points space, a mutual suicides: who have never lived in such I men, and len on horseback. were seen coining .
{No. 48.] AN ACT concerning the selection of jurors Nassau street, abound prodigiously at and each one touching the ropes, followed, I gurprioed die nio>t of all, although dozens must meridians-meridians where duels with dou into our town in every direction, unlil ,

in certain courts of the United State this era, we give as voucher for the truth of with their eves, the ascending misiile., to I have been suffering tortures worse thin !the some 200 men arrived, with a full equipment, .

Be it enacted by the Senate and Huate of'Repre-. our narrative, the Hon. Geo. \V. Paschal, of I watch the course it might take. It ro'.e half, I pangs of death, not R cry of pain was heard- j( ble-barrelled l shot guns are yearly occurrence from a rifle to a revolver.Theymarchedtothedoctor'spremisesath.
sentatives of the United Stattt of.America in C uneren -where men fight not unfrequently in
thousand i is the of education,
Van Uuren, Arkansas-a a feet, slower and slower, seemed to such mu"dlol power { .
. attembled. That the act ot C ncresxi! approved gentleman wel dark rooms at midnight with dagger or pistol rering
I force of habit. As I I II II
instant like small in the such the infinite gazed,
known to in the commercial rest an specie sky. strength
March nineteen, eighteen hundred and Jort.1 many I as they a t for-
and walk
-where bands ofFbe proeedtt
I t-
(chap. even.) be suspended in its opt ration wO'1,i New York. Mr. Paschal was beieral years and then began to full, f faster and f faster, in I believed, for the fir't time, the incident rela. they clasp : midalilts t force was cen atrd.unti cannot ". :..

further legislation in the pieti.ises; and that in the :i I a judge of the Supremo Court in his adopted the ratio reversed of its upward flight. Tre. : ted by Plutarch: of the Spartan boy, who, having I ling! precipices. ,or leap. .together. into, the. depths. give all the details, but-the r'-result was, that 1. .
meantime, jurors may sciccted lor the courts olIh mendous, then the rush of the atJJeteio stolen a fox and bidden it under his j foaming rivers and hold each other s heads I
&ate. He is was coakl after
thoroughly acquainted with theCherokees soma negotiation as to giving
United States in P.nnli: )lnnia.(under the direc-1 under water till both sink fathomless I up thf .:
lion of the district judge.) agreeab! to the practice 1 I.I having espoused a sister of the gain the line of its descent before it should le it tear out his bowels sooner than rl\'cat j which are their gru\'e5-in fine, where gulf I body to her friends, two rifle shots were fired j'. a, )

and usage whicn prevailed before the enactment of famous chief John Ridge. He was present again plumb the earth. The shock of fiy!: the theft Human creatures can be taught contrive for themselves methods of wild! from Richard house; one by him ou opening S'

the act approved July twentieth, eighteen hundredand I with Iht at the ball-play! now to be men running at full speed from opposite posi. todo and endure any thing-ay, to sing hymns i:' insane homicide than more did infatuatedlo'cr the front door, and firing into the crowd, t
forty,(chap. forty-seven.! ) noticed : lions, and meeting in common focus, pmfiod. in the pjnTal flame, and even to Ita pinto j ly ever the other shot from the upper window: by hU : '
March, 1649. in the cIa French I 1
\ ied in'mere idea the extreme of danger.The the (which most people have i pages romance. and what ,
grave rh'izd I bad become well acquainted with such son ; u rtmarkaLTe, neither shot : I
It was 10 o'dock the 4th of of life and limb was rendered more managed to render so ; o1. by foolish a *o.1 pretty took effect In the of
[No. S3( 3 AN ACT to authorize the citizens of May, 1633.- peri in and and could nave coal one of the : '
Ozark county, Missoun. to enter less than a quarter The hour previously fued at the last general I by the rules oflhe game which per. ciations) with the rapture of lovers going to a ; scenes Texas \kansas yet I siders. out't, :

section ol land fur the teat of justice in said I I counci had arrived for the commencement of milted everyone to toss out of his way, by an bridal chamber. ,I not forbear trembling every joint a saw This was 1 signal for a general battle ; the ., j 3
,- county. ,I great national game-imperial act of violence short of direct blows, a competilors ) .Score five for mi Star: five for Ben Star, If'c those two youths!, who ought, to have been mob fired in return one ball taking effect ia 1 r.
enacted li; the Senate and House paragon I and had nearly been brothers, standing ; 1 .
Be of Repftentatites very
[ Jim and five for Horace Jor
I whether friends foes. for Big I
of all the of or I shuddeicd Dr. Richards's side '
the and
the Jjmerica games hea\'el ever taw- tight passing: out be. q
of United States of in there waiting for the word that should 'be the
Congress assembled. That the county of Ozark,in famous Cherokee ball-play. and caught my breath as suddenly ," exclaimed the marshal I, in quick sue- I I It knell of their funeral and summons to the tween the shoulders near the spine.-.-another a

Missouri, may enter by pre-emption less than a quarter Immediately, the six marshalls of the day, immersed in ice-water, on beholding Shore ceeding orders, as the tempestuous tumult still i'judgment bar of the Almighty- standing bal making an entry above the hip-bone of

section of land, to be taken by legal subdivision. distinguished long crimson scarf flowing than a dozen braves prostrate on the ground, proceeded without intermission. in the broad of the yes"all-seaing one of his students, (Mr. Rood,) and passing
Said entry, except; as to quantity,shall be made according frcm their shoulders, began to move ahout with I many of whom had to be carried from the ring Foremost of all in the strife might be seen noon.Llaz diagonally through him.
to the provisions of t the act of Congress approved -I sun, with the gaze of a thousand eyes set up ,
I May twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and bustling haste, arranging preliminaries and i with bleeding noses and broken bones, by the the two deadly enemies, Star and Jordan, on their unfeeling faces, with the sky they I was immediately reported that Richard .

twenty-four,entitled, ..An act granting to the counties clearing the ground. The site has been mostadmirably I marshals and their assistants.' throwing feebler men over the ropes as if they I! might never look on so bright above was dead, but he presented himself aaaiu at"

or parishes of each State and Territory of the chosen, both with aiew to tho Owing to superior swiftness of foot, Bou.clinot had been so many infanU.. Jordan, however, i and the flowers beneath Fore so golden, and the the door to show his wounds, when a.heavy ;

United State of in which the lo public lands sections ate situatedthe ol land perilous eport of the performers, and convenient .a young Cherokee of the genuine btock, I avoided any immediate encounter with his adversary little birds all singing such merry roundelays stone hit him on the right side of the f face :

lot the right seats ol pre.emption justice within quarter the sane." for the host of spectators. The Look. reached the decending ball first, and bv a and t'/every ofier of the sort by the I and they with great knives drawn back ready which brought him down or nearlyso! at tl> N Si

Approved Mrch 3, 1549. ing-glass Prairie," so called on account of its dexterous stroke, when it was only two yards other, replied aloud-Wait till the ring shall I -ready-waiting to plunge-into eternity same lime a pistol shot took effect in his right j

sal size and exceeding beauty, is not more from the earth, sent it whizzing ',beyond the be cleared of all but us t\vo,and then you shall I Are ready !T" asked Bill Coody, BigJim's band or wrist.
tNo. 51.] AN ACT to authorize the judge of the half mile in extent, and being cnvi. ropes. be gratified." And still the wild work went you The mob then broke out all his windows,
in the
of the United: States of the filth circuit to I second, U'oice ringing over .
bold the circuit coeit for the district ol Kentucky. roned by majestic forest resembles :mirror, .Score ten for Boudinot !" cried the chief- on till three long l.our had rolled away, and. Looking-glass Prairie clear as the tones of and injured his furniture, and are now disparsing. '

Be it enacted by the Senate and Houte of Representatives having its frame wreathed with fantastic gar. marshal to the recorder, and a loud shout at Icn"tl only twelve champions remained in I I bell-metal. The citizens of Ihe town took little ,,

of the United States vf America in lands. Near the centre of this smooth plain greeted the announcement. the arena-tor those once ejected were not .Ready," they both answered, with thrilling part in the proceedings ; such as did* sympathized .
Congress annulled. That hereafter it shall be law. itf a circular line of five considerable mounds, Once more the herald's bugle brayed out permitted to return,and many: who had fainted I distinctness in the same breath. with the strangers for this establuh-
tnt for the judge of the filth circuit of the courts of for another round and hundred fresh had removed b I' has been
enclosing depressed and perfectly level space a aspi. from sheer exhaustion been ment a grievous nuisance fur .
u ahead the
) Then was coarse, years.
the United hold the circuit court lot the go
district of Kentucky State to in the absence of the judge of of from forty to fifty yards diameter. Here rants, in whose breasts the enthusiasm caused I their friends. Of the dozen left in the ring, I' word. After dres.ingtbe wounded, theyrsre found

the eighth/; circuit. was the arena, altogether free from grass and by the scene had triumphed over prudence, & ne half consisted oflhe brave bad brothers. And with the word, two fierce thrusts were to be dangerous. Very little prospects oflhe '

Approved Maicli 3, 2649.I !). somewhat dusty, having: been trodden f forycars sprang into the ring. And again the ball shut The others, with the exception of the young I aimed at two warm beating hearts-human recovery of Dr. Richards. It has been a dis.

by the feet of strong men contending for vie- high into the air, and the same result of lawyer, were all full-blooded Cherokees, in. I I hearts, too, reader, like yours and mine, only I graceful affair for our town, but it has been ..**

[ISo. :53.) ] AN ACT lo establish the collection district tory in a sort of strifo almost as terrible as I scarred faces and fractured limbs ensued, ag. ured to toil from their cradles, and utterly insensible II I braver, perhaps ; and two l long keen knives I provoked on by Dr. Richards and his students, p
of Erazos De Santiago and for other purpose real battle. Surrounding the arena, large I gravated, however, by the increased numbers to the impulses of fear. ,. : until endurance ceased to be a virtue.It .
Jierceu two i ne nrs wounas,
lit it enacted by the Senate and Haute of Hep- ropes attached to pillars-of cedar, bet in the in the arena."Score With the next peal of the signal, the gladiators I however, were oieeaing not mortal stes.-at. least not immediately I is reported and (entitled t9 credence) that t ... :

rttentatives vf the United Stalet of America in earth at the base of the conical mounds were down ten more for Boudinot !t" said again closed, but all eyes were attracted I so-fur other blows followed, and steel the Dr. sent this particular subject ,with IwO .

Cngrc attemlled. That all part ot the collection stretched to their utmost tension, thus servingto the marshal. to the combat now joined between the gigantic against steel, and the combatants con- others off to Warrenville this morning, anticipating
4'ttrict of Saluria, south and west of the north bide separate the crowd of beholders from the The youth had again succeeded in his difficult Star and the slender, sinewy Jordan, cashed battle till their bodies were bathed the difficulty that has occurred.

of Padre island iu the gulf collection of Mexico district, be and which the champions in the grand game. The mounds, ('at. Wagers were now laid at ten tonne 'as a faint, sharp cry from the carriage of in a baptism on of fresh blood ; and finally SPECTATOR.. ; i:
made .
same is a ,
hereby in favor of Iloudinot. He had attested her horror of the dreadful vis- It f
themselves, with sloping sides touching each already Emma the
hall be known u the District of Brazos Santiago, I both staggered and fell forwards at same
and that Point Isabel be, and the same is hereby, other by their gentle acclivity and moderateelevation won forty "figures," and a hundred would ion.The moment, first to their knees, and then on Anecdote of Old Darthzwuth.-In the dais j:

ode the Port of entry ol the said di.lrici. formed a fine raised amphitheatrefor close the game. But the wiso ones, md two foes grappled first in the dangerous their faces, with their cheeks almost touching of which DanielVebster was a memoir, .
&C. 2. And be it further enacted, That a collector the assembled multitude, who might be among them John Ross, principal chief of Indian huz, or back hold," a it is usually there vas au individual noted &for hiswaggery.One .

appointed lot the by said the disttict President of Erafros,with t he Santiago advice and shall consent be- sid, almost without hyperbole, to comprise the nation, still bet on .Big Jim Star." called. Big Jim, from he fury of his onset Then a wild, unearthly, wailing scream issued day the professor of logic, who, by the $

of the Selateho ball reside at Point Isabel, the whole Cherokee nation-for both sexes, "This is murderous !" I exclaimed, with seemed to think that the could crush in from the carriage on the mound. Another way, was not the most nico and discriminating '

sod bold his office for the terms and the time prescribed all ages, and every condition of life, had gath. horror, a one of the gladiators was borne up the ribs or crack the spine of his antagonist ,also, had fallen, and with a sharper pain in his distictious, was endeavoring to
by law for the like ofllce in other ditrlcl ered to the common point and stated period of the mound and deposited on the grass a few with a single effort ; but the youth's frame appeared lathe heart than everenianated from the pointof substantiate .that a thing 'remains the saraonothwith&tandiug

and who hall be entitled to a salary not exceeding annual reunion. steps from my side, and his wife fell down in a to be elastic as sword-steel. It bent bowie-knife. The beautiful Emma had a substitution in some of its ,
seventeen hundred and dollars annum, in- a
fifty per "
cluding in that um the fees allowed by law,and the My glance was attracted from the aggregative swoon on her husband's pale and apparently almost double, without losing its balance, and fainted. parts. ?, t c
mount be shall collect in any one )year tot fee exceeding mass human forms by I vision of individual lifeless body. then rebounding, broke open the lock of those The seconds cut asunder the cords from the Our wag, who had been exercising the ,

the said cum of setfnteco hundred and fifty beauty brighter than anything I had .. Wait a little ; the murder has not yet begun hairy, herculean arms, and stood erect and left hands of the two antagonists. HoraceJordan Yankee art oFwhitling, at length; held up his '

dollars,shall be accounted for aDd paid into the treasury previously seen or,even conceived, save in ," answered Judgn Paschal, who had free a before the bitter embrace.A was dead, but Jim, although frightfulJy jack-knife, inquiring : .Suppose I should lo o

Section of the 3.United And State le it further tnatted That any the starlight drapery of dreams. Seated often previously witnessed such bloody spcta.ce. deafening shout from the previously silent mangled, loon revived and at last recover tne blade of my knife, and get another one .

merchandise which thall Lave been duly entered at : among several older persons in carriage, on .. spectators hailed the prodigious achievement ed. The six have: bad brothers brave since nudejand inserted its,place, would be same s j

the said port of entry knd the duties thereon paid or the summit of the mound, only a few paces Again the bugle yelled forth R third sound, and Big Jim himself looked astonished committed half a hundred murders, and rob. knife. it was before 1" I r

Iare accordingto law,maj be transported by land from where I stood, was a young girl whose and drew larger crowds into the arena ; and at the feat. He paused, however, but a, beries beyond reckoning. I see, from the To be sure !1" replied the profesior.

t fccu the Brown said Fort on the Erownwhich Uio Grande,or any be other designatedty place appearance realized to the senses all my imagination again the bal soared like a bird loose from the moment, and again springing forwar late annual message of the Cherokee executive Well, then," the wag continued, .sup

the Secretary of the Treuur1.lnd may be thence exported had ever painted to, itself in reveryas band. My eyes were directed to young Bou. the arms of the two encircled that the miscreants have at last been annihilated pose I should then lose tbt handle,' and get

with tbe privilege' driwbacl to any loreiguQt3n1ry the possible perfection dinot. I saw him start with the ripidity of er' bosoms like hoops of iron. Again the bythe swift, sure vengeance of lyn- another would it be the same knife still I '
c : Provided, That ball Unde Ill addition to the an arrow ; but ho had scarcely made two form Jordan bent as willow in the wind, i chingjustice. r .Of course !I" the professor again! replied.
within one year from the date of importation f par Jim Star then broke the "But somebody should find the'old blade
*-under hereditary to the quadroons of her tribe- leaps when he was caught by Big and again recovering open I J
the conditions and proviiions of the actI'Dlle has the moral?1"
..An in feature who commenced dragging him backwards. monstrous lock. A renewed shout rent the But story any intenD and the old handle and, should put them
drawback of to
act figure, harmony ,
!? :lcbandia ato\ln,the criginal upon packages foreign lowbjuhua and grace melting sweetness of smile-every this bewitching I The ensuing struggle needed only the description air, accompanied hy.criea of I Big Jim has.gates the critic. get her, what knife'would that bo 1"We :*

and Hants Fe in Mexico,and to the Brii. and Intel. 'of a Homer embalm; i with the met with his match! Huzza for the, man who 1 Aye;it has a great and useful moral, jl never learned professor's reply. i' ,
possessed a
"0 Jvorlh American provinces .djoininJ the United creature transparent sublime. The' antagonists, clinching iu the break the black bear's hug !" correctly I proi that the far -
M rch d I lectual beauty .countenance peculiar and of dea'fi' expnde.{ horror'which i 'A.small leak will'sink tf larga ;
"47t1.w 1 tf al'provc. &bi. eighteen lundt i I irresistible, yet thoroughly inde cribabl< iron Indian bugjant writhing and twisting like The Ajax of the arena beard t the exclamations! t &ip.
t. ,I :t-
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Look to tHe Senate! Inundation of New Orleans Municipality are growing;el.
THE ceedingly Should
TIlE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL uneasy. iho crevasse
of those
lie was a Federalist- '93, a Nn.tionl.Re.\ .- -. By the steamship Canada, the New York It may perhaps be well for some fortune By Snnday'smail we have intelligence. (from tinue open for any length of time, the swamD coo.

publican: in 1812, a *' no-party man in A. E. MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON, papers: have been supplied wish European intelligence Whigs who are rejoicing in the good New Orleans, by the Picayune, up to Monday14th in tho rear of these portions ofthe city will

: 1820n Adams man in 1S2S, a Whig in EDlTons AND PROPRIETORS.: as late as to the 5th May. The which has given them the places from which ,- at which time the prospect of stoppingthe fill into up the, and ihe water We consequently set hack

leaf "no-party" Tip and Ty Cooney inS4U the Democrats, not less competent, have been streets. hope that such will not
a adrices rather favorable as regards above
are crevasse at Sauve's ((15 miles the the case but it is
: ,
l a Clay man in 1644, and a moderate, SaturdayMay2G,1849.W'ILMINGTON of the cotton market-there having ousted, to remember that the appointment of The b't .- hope contending with
-- -- ---- ----- prospects ) was little encouraging. Picayune
*ntf.pro made
rank is by
officers of certain
Honest and often amiable in his private relations N. C., MAY 17.-Turpentine been, notwithstanding: : large importations, a gives in lid 1 a statement of the appearance of A considerable' portion of the Shell Road
dent and with the adricc and consent of the this side the !
El his innate contempt for the people!
joined to his party ambition and eelfishness!( ] barrel of 320 pounds ; Virgin Dip, S2 60 to find in the Charlt'sonIcrcury: :\ the following:; Senate. That that body body, composed as it Tuesday, 8th, we find the f following : the New water Basin Warehouse Itreet on ibis side
him and dishnn- is of of Democrats, will as a matter nearly up to the
makes a majority
%: unscrupulous 82 75 ; Hard, 0:> cents ; Pitch, 81 00. extract from the circular of a leading house : Yesterday we visited the scene of the ere.vasse head of the basin. It is estimated that
0 ft in the means: he resorts to as a politician ; :\ 4. of course, confirm all the appointmentswhich three
Ln'EnI'ooLIay Sauve's fifteen miles hundred
at Mr. plantation, houses
are now surrounded
nnd regarding! masses as I fair game, to be The Crops. by water,
The original causes to which we attributedthe may seem fit to Gen. Taylor's cabinetto above the city, and returned again at 2 o'clock and the amount damage done is
deceived, and cajoled as!J occa. already
I A letter from in Bentr-n Coun.
mposed a gentleman
upon ho loses no to I I decline in our Cotton market-the unsteady be made, is hardly to be expected. It will this morning. The trip was most tedious and very large.
ion mrrquirt':! opportunity ty, dated 13th May, to his friend in this place, the and but for the of
continental and that wearisome, novelty seeing
profit by his skill in demagogucism or in ad position politics Ihe due to themselves and to the country The Picayune of the 13th thai
Da.1 of its banks and speaks i
river rushing out
says- nish war with continuous heavy receipts the mighty,
election : ,
Before an that individuals for their
capfandum arguments. they see presented THE CREVASSE
Our the best I in this Cotton in the shipping ports, are still in flooding thousands of acres with its turbid waters AT J'I.-Ye.terdal
he declares that to turn a man out of office on crops are ever saw ; !
which the demand has : suffrages at least come up to the standard laid should not willingly have continuedon afternoon, at about 4 o'clock, we visited this
account of his political! opinions, is absolutely] of the Corn is generally in ence, notwithstanding
part country. : down Gen. himself that have after The roads crevasse. Opinions the ,
considerably] increased ; that holders have not by Taylor they our course even starting. probabili.ty
but it and when heads
infamou after are
; tassel and silk and several farms show as of its
falling by scores at his request, he affirms, ; only] been enabled to support the market, but "honesty, capacity and fidelity." They at arc filled with water and mud to such an ex Those being stopped at present are divided. '

that it is jus.: what all reasonable persons ex. fine as I e\'eraw growing South of the Poto. have even succeeded this week] in obtaining least should give Gen. Taylor no "aid andcomfort" tent fhat it is next to an impossibility to passover at be work at the place still think tfrat it

peeled, and that it is not only locofocoism," mac. As yet cotton is not planted here extensively some little advance on the middle classes of in his work violating his own solemn !. j them. can in (the soon accomplished, while others living j
the and American Cotton. The highly encouraging We have but little time to speak oflhe ere. neibborhoo who hare great practical !
but ingratitude of the deepestdyeto utter one country being new not yet .
advices from India and China, and (the relief sacred, and oft-repeated pledges. And vasse and its effects. It is frightful indeed to experience, assert that i cannot be now
word abxit it. lie denounces a than cleared the
complaint and but neverthc. more sufficiently to supply I which they produce in Manchester, at a period the General, and all true friends of his should I look upon. The roaring of the current, as it stopped until a fall!! of water. The planters in

Jess war as fights unjust and votes unrighteous supplies ,to carry it on ; demand for provisions in case of much immi. when the suspension' of exports to Germany be very much obliged to them for any let or : rushes madly and wildly through the breach, the vicinity have become discouraged with the

and if asked why a certain General, who IJt'!. gration. The cane (sugar) crop is beautiful, would naturally produce a degree of flatness !. hindrance which they may throw in the way may be heard for miles. called attempt to pre\'ai over the current, and ban ;

lived that to be wicked, went forward and and can't be beat' in any count}'." assists materially in the favorable influ- There are now not less than from twenty to negroes, who have render.
war of thosa\ officers of the cabinet who are dishonoring .. ed efficient aid thus far. There
thousand of land under water are still
acres some
euce. twenty-five
in it ho that it his business
fought replies was
Fellow. him by constraining him to adopt a hundreds of men at work who have
School been
Tho cul.
of which was under' sent
to do so-that he was u mere machine in the It is believed that through the interventionof ( -a largrportion
hands of the President-and that, in s-lioit t, if !MAGAZINE\ : ron BOYS AND: GIRLS.-We Great Britain, a stop will be put to the hostilities line of policy, against: which he stands so tivation. Mr Sauve's plantation i is entirely observer from (the the city. To the eye of :a superficial

he had attempted to resign be would ha'ebeen would heattily commend to our young readers and strongly committed. Aside from the Constitution deluged. He had the most beautiful and pro. crevasse looks much as it did on :
lately existing between Prussia Friday, and the of
Court.Maitialed and shot He runs that and to their parents, the SCHOOL FELLOW of the United States, the Senate has: mising crop of sugar cane that has been seen it does not body water rushing through I
Denmark. seem to be much altered.
in the Stale-the late cold weather not havingat The
in General breath for the while Presidency in another, and votes he execrates for him U monthly periodical for the young{ late.ly The Austrian Government having been eminent authority for such :a course-not less,. all affected i it._ His. loss must be immense ; hull of an old ship having been procured has j j

one ; I commenced W. C. RICHARDS of Athens eminent than that of the of been towed opposite thewenkes't
by -
Secretary of'the
present not less probably, than S 10,000. point
the war hich first brought him into notice an dJU'C brought, by neveral terr.ble; defeats, to (the( humiliating ,
him distinction. four he Ga.-subscription price 81. The editor, State himself.: :Mr.\ Clayton in the debate on The crevasse is about one hundred feet piling. It is the intention to scuttle her here j
: hvery
: years I conclusion of its inability to down and thus
put form
has a second! Wa hinglon" in the field] for who has of late become extensively! known !by Foot's resolutions used the following Ian- wide, and the water is pouring through with a temporary barrier. With
I t the Hungarian rebellion, has called in the aid fall of twelve feet. many persons (he idea that the dilficullies I
some ten or
President and'cr time this handsome a previ.
his is assisted !
; )
literary enterprises, by a corpsI guage : have
I of Russia. The Emperor Nicholas: already overcome, and that
joke is repeated, his candidate becomes<< grea. o able contributors- whom occur the prompt the The edition of the Picayane< for Thursday, t the breach will be closed
consider Senate
among I as' soon with the
ter and better. defeated, his Wa hingtoll' l ly offered 150,000 troops forthe support of the possessing; cer- means
names of :Mrs.\ Caroline Lee Hcntz, Mrs.\ ...tain executive powers, to be exercised in cooperation 10th, has the annexed paragraph : and force now at work. To an unpractised
into oblivion! and unto .
that stubborn\ one, who, like Bolts, casts back Caroline Gilman and Miss\ Sedgwick-offerings with the President! when they approve THE CREVASSE AT SAUVE'S.-The news eye (this would appear to be the reasonable
and Poles are making common cause.It of the administration of his of opinion, but those
co-ordinate from the last having in
even one look of lingering affection But i from each of whom appear in the numbernow crevasse evening was again experience such i
successful, the sublime, and matchless fea. before I can hardly be expected, however, that they powers, or in opposition to, and as a salutary a very discouraging character. At 3 o'clock matter dissent from this. II,;

tures of his character are developed in pro. us. can successfully contend against the united check upon him, when he has abused such P. M. the work was progressing finely, and TIE OVERFLOW.-We regret being com. .

portion as lie scatters I the spoils and violateshis Parents can: do no more profitable or agreeable strength of the Russian and Austrian! govern powers ; and, that, as officers of a certain strong hopes were entertained that the breach polled to record the continued rise of the water .

pledges ; and no matter what he may do kindness to their children than that of:allowing ments. I. grade cannot be appointed without their advice i would soon be closed. At that time a damper t in tbe rear of the city, and consequent in. '

no\ Jong as he has patronage to dispense! he them to subscribe for a publication and consent, so, if those officers be removed was put upon the confident anticipations of the crease of damage. The flood above the New

is brater than Cresnr and more accomplished which, like the present, is intended and filled Factories-Steam and Water Power.If / to reward partisans!\ or for any other laborers by a timber raft, which was drawn Basin was about the same last night as stated

that Chesterfield or Cicero. unjustifiable purpose, the Senate can reject toward the crevasse by the strong current and i in our evening edition,but districts in the First
their amusement and instruction. The the future may judged of by the pres- nominations to the vacancies thus of the drove it frorq
The Model Whig looksunon a Nation Rank supply oc. striking one pile-drivers, Municipality which have heretofore been con.
and a high Tariff as indispensable hotbeds to fact that it comes to them in their own names 'nt-if what has occurred during the last casioned, and thus either compel the President -: its moorings, and sent it nearly through the s secure, are now seriously threatened.

produce caily crops prosperity' and enter, gives them an interest in it which they would three or four years gives/ any assurance of to reinstate those' removed, or leave vacancies breach. Discouraging as this accident was, The water in this vicinity rose upwards ot sit

prise. 1'bciormer, he tells jou, makes money not otherwise feel. We may add that we I hat which is to be brought about by three or which he cannot supply after the expiration it was exceeded by one which took place in i inches yesterday, i setting in towards thft
while far the latter is of their session." about half an hour afterwards. Another and town with a rapidity which creates much
plentiful, so as concerned arc not aware of being influenced by im. four years next to follow-then the time is a.
the article the a large raft came rushing towards the crevasse l larm. As will be seen in another column tho
higher you tax an Mr.\ Clayton: emphatically, if officers ,
sectionalism when] close at hand when (here will he no town in says
cheaper you can buy it. Not that he himself proper we earnestly commend I and against the works, tearing away the steam First Municipality Council met last evening
this work the Southern states with the of Tallahassee !. be removed to REWARD PARTISANS, or for any and several that had been and it
knows or can prove all this ; I but Webster 1 in. as a Southern production- population pile-driver piles was stated by members that the rear

vented the idea, and the National'elligrn.ct"r owing its existence to Southern enterprise, which has not one or more manu other unjustifiable/ purpose, the Senate can reject driven. Twelve negroes, belonging to Min wards would! in all probability be visited by

declares it to be so. That's enough for and uttering no sentiments which do not harmonize facturing establishments.! In our neighbor nominations to supply the vacancies thus or Kennor, Esq.. were on the pile-driver at the flood even in the case(be crevasse is stop
him and the is ** lo the time the accident occurred, and 'but for ped very soon. As a means of
; any thing to contrary o- with State there is occasioned. He surely, nor General Tay. preservation,
Southern feelings and interests.We ing Georgia, ( scarcely a respec.
of mind in
their sluices have
promptly jumpingon been
focoism lie presence already cut the
mohocracy, or Agraiianisrn. through
lor who endorses his sentiments him
calU his political opponents "locofocos," copy time'l'iltMs.l. table village in which a factory has not been by giving to the raft, they must have been drowned. per levee, along the Canal Carondelet, u.

without the most remote notion asto the meaning : Each number \\jJJ contain 32 already established' or in which a movement the highest office at his command, can make The raft swung round after striking, and a. this canal is last' filling up.

of the term, and becomes/ surprised if you pages, and at least tix engraving!!, and will be for the establishment of a factory is not on any objections if the Senate next winter practice again floated ofT but the steam pile-driver was The ir.bab'tanis' below this point* as was

take offence at his maiked discourtesy' ; issued on the first of eveiy month. 2.! The foot-Florida, it must be confessed, is lagging on these precepts. left aground in the breach at (he time the the case in the Seventh Ward, Second MuniI .

whereas, if you return the compliment by calling subscription; price \vill be oxn: DOLLAR a-year, friend to whom we are indebted for the above I cipality, entertain strong fears that when the
behind. Yet.wc :Men\ of
are not hopeless.
) bim a Federalist, he flares up. mutters in) advance.-To Clubs : Five copies to one TENNESSEE.The particulars left. Canal Carondelet shall bare become full, the

!something; about impudence and want of man. address, 84-Ten, do., $S-TwentJ' do., means will not always be contented with a Gubernatorial Canvass! in Tennesseehas The water rose sever inches in the swamp people above will be for cutting through the

15. OtT: There Schools in whichat of five the invested yesterday, and was last evening running over lower bank
ners, or perhaps swears that there arc no Fed- are many return per centum on capital !I commenced in producing the same results
eralists nny way-and that in addition to this, least: Twenty copies may be taken, as the in production of Cotton, while their' earnest. The NashvilleUnion the Shell Road into the canal for some distance j have been below the New Canal.a
price to each will be I i comes to us with joint appointments of this side of the Half-Way Houseand coveredthe We think however
i they arj all in the Demonatic ranks. one only SEVENTYTIVEcents. : neighbors across the line arc pocketing 25 there is little fear of(thi,.
Model Wlli ism sprinkles itself about in 'I the two candidates, Trousdale and Brown, road at the New Basin warehouse. It is The Bayou St. John is capable of carrying off

spots throughout the country ; but the original DO Communications must t post-paid, and per cent as the return for money employed in for twenty-four days-all In immediate succes. also setting up in tho rear of the Municipality, a large quantity of water, and if the flood doe

loumatu MIII uuuuiea) up in ttie 'iuuiij tiC ..,1J rac,1! In its manufacture! sion, save that Sundays are omitted.As having reached Dryades street, and already not accumulate too rapidly above this line, the
Hartford, and: along between Boston and the "Till!! SCHOOLFELLOW, ATHENS: GA." For the benefit of any who may be interested done considerable damage. A large numberof residents below have nothing to fear.

Canada frontier. Model Whigs grow pretty to the position of the two parties on the houses are surrounded by water,"and can
in the
matter, we publith the following The Crescent of
well in all parts (North Carolina-especially Death cf Major Gen. Worth. I important question slavery: and oflhe Gubernatorial only be reached by boats.It the JGlb, 4 P. M.:, says :

in \Wikes, Guilford, and Stanly, where it j The N. 0. Picayune: of the 16th inst. extract from the Scientific American, eminent I candidates, the Nashville Union will: be seen from what we have said that This morning we stated that tbe water

is said they consider Gen. Taylor the ablest] says authority, as to the comparative advantages of there is ; for the was rising, and that several streets in the rear
cause: apprehen.sions
-Wilh inexprc&sibe we called gives a Resolution adopted the State Demo very :grave of
pain are by the First
!statesman America, and jegard such men uponto Steam and Water potter: entertained, by the public, and we shouldbe | Municipality were then flooded.

as Allied Dockcry, 1\1\ r. Badger, and Judge announce the death of Maj. Gen. Worth. A water-mill is necessarily located in the cratic Convention in juxta position to an extract admonished by the accidents which occur. i We regret to say tbat the prospects this afternoon -

Mangumas the main cause separation: from The news, so sudden and appalling, reached country afar from the cities, the maikets< and from Gov. Brown's speech ;- red yesterday not to expect too confiently the i are still more gloomy. Where there

the British crown, and as a little bey ant" town last night by the Portland. It was communicated magazines of labor, upon which it must be THE DEMOCRATIC POSITION' stoppage of the crevasse, but prepare for the this was afternoon.no water on The Monday a boat may float

even Bonaparte" or Equal Suffra e. Wilmot to us in the letter from Water worst. Whatever the public authorities can rain may harecontributed -
following dependent.
to run cheap
Proviso determined chunk appears very Resolved, That if in disregard alike of every to increase the effect of the crevasse
they are firmly to done ; yet,
] do should be instantly. Nothing but the
but it
Deas.Ass'l. ly, always rents for high
Major : a pretty price, : certain it i is that
consideration of of the
if ever he comes along through their neighborhood justice, constitutional] most exertions will / overflow is on tbe in.
; and as for Mexican Protocol (h 011. Ad)':. Gen's. Office, Blh Dep't. > and the first cost of dams, races, water-wheels, i right and fraternal feeling, the fearful issue our citizens.promptand energetic satisfy crease. Common.street is flooded nearly up

tarn him.!") they expect' jet to have to whip San Antonio de Belar,Texas, May 7. 1S49. $ &c., is on the average quite as great as that shall be forced upon the country, which must to tbe corner of Baronne-street. Several
of and and the .
him into a cocked hat. Such is the Model Eds. Picayune I have to announce toyou,for a steam engine equipage, annual result from the adoption and enforcement of families have already been obliged tc-decamp.
repairs are. at least, equal. No casualty, THE DANGER OF A:> ('i't\D\TIO'f-OUr: We
the observed .
Whig.-Raleigh Standard. information the Wilmot proviso :as! an act of the General a very rapid current in the dif.
death .
public General
Major need is threatened with the
unexpected expense, ever happen Government, we can have no difficulty in city overwhelming calamity ferent channels from the river in the direction
Worth, who expired to-day, at one o'clock, to a steam engine ; while watermills! of an inundation. Without wishingto of the Canal.
between the Of
Two 1IOORtDICTIMs.Col.: L. P. choosing only alternatives that course, when this is met by
P. M., of cholera.I arc always liable! to injury destruction, from be alarmists it is impossible for us to shut the
will then of
Cheatam, the worthy, efficient, and gentle remain. abject submission to ag. water coming from tbe crevasse, ther
manly postmaster at Nashville: Tenneft.ee, i: make the above announcement in orderto floods ; and the interruption ot woik from low gression! and outrage on the one hand, or, on our eyes to the impending danger. It is so will! be to some extent a quantity of stagnant
water is continued and draw. iminent admit of further .
has been removed. This is another instance"of set aside all doubt as to this melanchollyevent. : !back. a very expensive the other, by the adoption, at all hazards and as to no dallyingTlin water. Should this be allowed to rest for any
A man sets down his ftcam engine CREVASSE MUST BE CLOSED AT
the last time it will
pure parly proscription. Col. Cheatham to extremity, of such measures as will generate disease to* an alarming
where he pleases-that is, where it i is most EXFESE.Ott .
served the pubhichonestlyarid faithfully and vindicate our constitutional right-Resolution extent. Hence the necessity decking
_was a_ popular. otticer"'" ; .uui. ,lie was a iJenio..., Respectfully your obedient servant, to his interest to plant it, in the midst of the of the/ Democratic Slate Con rezztion. Saturday the Picayune thus speaks : further influx from the crevs. any
and markets both for; and
supply con-
crat, though not a meddler in politics-and GF.O. lEAS, Ass't. Adjit. Gen.It Eight O'Clok.- water b still the
sumption of a great city,-where he is sure of THE wmn POSITION. water in rear of
for this he was removed. Neither good conduct is not for us to write the eulogy of the the i increase. Phillippa.st, is nowa dame of water.
always having hands near him, without loss of Gov. N. S. Brown in his at city, we arc sorry to say is still on the rise.
U in office, the wishes of a majority of the gallant soldier who now sleeps in death.Forthirtysixycarshe .- time in seeking for them, and where he can Spring. The rise is now more visible below the canal, Boats are a commonly to be seen there as

citizens of Nashville, (although a. Whig city.) has served his country in buy his raw materials and sell his goods, without field, said, as reported by the editor of the Nasville and at this point is exciting much attention and carts a few days since. Within the last

nor the fact that his ton Col.! B. F. Cheat ham. the army, and his gallant deeds are a portionof adding the expense of a double transpor. Banner, the leading whig paper of the uneasiness. The water is pouring over the four hours tbe water had risen from six to

fought in several bloody battles in Mexico, tation. State,that- right bank of the canal in one almost unbroken eight inches.

and aided Gen. Taylor] in winning; victories the common glorious of the republic. A The expense of a steam t engine is not muchif sheet from the basin to the gate, presenting From tbe Macon of tbe 22d
lie the Wilmot Messenger wo
which was opposed to proviso :
made him President, could save his friend, who was with him at his death, him. beautiful
it is well It should! be of sufficient a although not
managed.! appearance appreciated take tbe annexed the
head from he would not vote for it. But he would as VCEJT latest we bare
: the ap.
being to block.
brought self soldier, has addressed to us these few capacity to work all the machinery with by the residents in rear of the 7ih.
Col.) Cheatham, the bon of the dispO lmiS-: peal to the legal tribunals of the country to I seen :
lines : ease, without using steam at high pressure.It .- Ward, who are seriously threatened by the
sustain the of the South and if
ter, of the first rights they de.
was one officers to enter a fort encroachments ofthe flood. The uncontrola.ble The latest intelligence from New Orleans
at Montery.\ He performed gallant services SAN ANTONIO: May, IB-t9. should be as carefully attended as a clock cide against him. he would have to yield, he leads to the conclusion that tbe
element has inundated in
nothing should be suffered to out of repair already Gravier, crevasses
at Vera Cruz and Cerro Gordo, yet notwith. My Dear- : It is with feelings of the from carelessness, and nothing go should be- would euppese.ItSee Nashville Banner,p I Common and some other streets in rear of the the Levee, some fourteen miles above the

standing these facts his father is removed froman deepest regret I have to announce to you the wasted from neglect." MayO. Gas Works and as it rises with considerable city, cannot be closed. Every eflbrt to stop

office barely sufficient to support him and death of Brevet :Major\ Gen. Worth. lie rapidity, we are fearful that much damage will the breach, up to tbe evening ofthe 17th, ,bad

.. his numerous family, and a large property died today about 1 P. M.\ lie was attackedlast THE NEW YORK :MONEY\ MABKET.-The REGULAR.BLOWIIAKDS. -The Whigs of L be done in this vicinity. We hear almost been unavailing, and the water continued to
holder placed in his stead. So much for the Chicago are speaking out" in relation!: to hourly individual cases distress rise gradually in the city. One ofthe
evening with cholera of a most virulent Tribune of 16th has the following in among engineers
justice and liberality of the new administra. May regard two of Gen.Frallor's appointees for that city the poor people in rear of the Second Municipality at Suave's Crevasse, died from exhaustion .
tion. type, defying( the best medical skill.It to the N. Y. Market\ : and all ( and
-one of them, the Postmaster. It is hinted I which should receive the attention of exposure on the 17th, and tb.e other
Tho venerable' Simon Drum, (for more than is a very sad event, one of overwhelming this, notwithstanding the "ruinous" Tariff of that tee-tolallers The the authorities. Many families have been ,. was at the point of death. The citizens are
they are not Commercial
forty yean postmaster at Greensburg, West. grief to his dear family, and of sincere regretto '40 and the "iniquitous" Sub-Treasury : compelled to leave their dwellings without a I taking precautionary measures to prevent the

moreland county, in this State, has al/o/ fallen circle Advertiser, whig paper, contains the place shelter to resort to, and dependent extension of the water. It is proposed t to construct -
a large friends. Worth I
Admiring "
under (tho axe of an administration which The same abundance of money exists as following complimentary notice of the two entirely upon the benevolence of those who a levee along the North bank of the Ca- i

' came into power with false: professions of mod. had his faults-we all have-but none can was: noticed last week, and it is rather more gentlemen; : have the power to assist them. nal from the Basin to (the Metarie Ridge,

eration on its )lips. Mr. Drum is the father deny him the honor of being a gallant and difficult to find safe and profitable employment The Shell Road, although under water to a thereby protecting that part of the city North
of the celebrated Drum who for it. Strictly first-class can be placed "They are none of common kind of
Captain fought so whole paper your oflhe
soulcd soldier and of
one who threw his eVe considerable extent, is, during the day, abandoning the balance]
heroically at Buena Vista under the flag: of his his whole heart at 0 j a 7 per ct, but good paper generally goesat I moderate drinkers, but they are ,generally:; y thronged with carriages and : I it to its fate. overflow will of
cry energy, into the equestrians.-
and afterwards fell in the valley of perform. 8 a 10 per ct, and some names which are soaked day and night-' regular blow.ilardI,' excite the COm
country The scene is one of and most serious apprehensions' in regard -
ance of duties. In this great novelty i
hasty announcementnothinghike be betterthan notorious sots.
street cannot passed -
Mexico, after having recaptured the guns he plenty on tion, but painful when the are to the health ofthe city, particular/) dU '
had lost in the foimcr any notice can be taken of his mi- 12 cent. On !best collaterals loans consequences
Gen. per ; the
( engagement. It is said that their character was unknown reflected upon. The effect ofthe overflow ring summer and fall months.
Taylor was appealed to save tho tire of this nent services. lie died as he lived, a true on call are made at 5 a 6 per cent, and we; to Gen. Taylor. has extended to nearly all kinds of business,

$ gallant beio. He was appealed to be true to soldier, conscious to the last, surrounded by his learn considerable s.Ims: which could not be I auu_...1 :I. -...... -.UIIIUU..... ..;.:. OCT: Judge John Y. Mason late Secrlr :

his pledges at least in his case ; but all to no broken hearted wife and children, and by his usrdon believe Saturday 5 per cent. The Banks, Great Fire at Watertown N. Y. The V.iJ water is fast encroaching upon Lafayette of tbe Navy, has been elected to the Presidency
all the
we are doing good
The enemies of the war in which paper
the purpose.chivalric Drum breathed his last, succeed.ed military staffand other friends. !May\ his marchto fe red." An extensive and disastrous fire had taken having reached nearly to Apollo street t of the James River and Kanawb* j

in forcing General Taylor to allow the the great hunting ground meet with no im. place Watertown\ ,Jefferson county, (N. Y.) in remove some, and places causing, compelling considerable many damage.-families to Company. Judge Mason, is Ibm place! ;",$l J

memory of the illustrious dead to be violated pediment. SOUTH CAROLINA CONVENTION.-A cinvention says the Charleston] Courier, which involvedthe The accounts from the crevasse, however, this the head of the most important' Internal Improvement -

in the person of the venerated living!-Venneylcanian. ** of delegates from the committees of in The duties .
'I Yours ** enterprise
truly .
c DE L destruction of three Banks, two Hotels, morning are more cheering than we had an Vrginia.
.. .
4 It is only yesterday- as it were, that Gen. safety of the different Districts in South Car. thirty Stores, and the Post Office and entire ticipated. It is reported that the works are ofthe office are highly rcspnsible-h.

More Heads ()ff-Toe: National Intelligencf Worth left this city. Immediately before he olina, has lately been held in Columbia.The ..- contents. Both the Northern and Southern progressing rapidly, the damage sustained last salary, we believe ;is tbirl-tTe !

I 1 r Thursday contains a list of twenty. left he complained illness, and his matter for consideration was the slave Mails evening having been repaired. We are unable lars.. Entering upon bb duties by the unini-
departurewas : were destroyed, and although .
'I' five of whom no particulars to vouch for the truth of these
;, appointments, Itreniy-four are re rumors, *
delayed one day in Prior i question. A similar convention is to bo heldat moos wish of tbe Company, the complin0
moved. Democratic little Ananias" seems to consequence. are given, this last fact would indicate but wish to believe them correct.

'I have come specially; under the anger of the to that illness be appeared to be in vigorous i an early day jn Mississippi. The Georgia that the fire must have been in the vicinity of The water in the swamps is gradually on thus paid to the ex-Secretary must b highly ,

1; 'I I Administration. In that State alone, one District health, and seemed the picture of manly, intellectual Federal: Union thus notices the meeting in the Post Office, and rapid: in its devastation. the rise, and people are daily moving out of gratifying.KTVe._ _ _ _

;I Attorney seven Receivers Public Mo.\ beauty-a proud and high spirited Columbia : their dwellings, being compelled to abandon informed
. The total loss is estimated at three hundred ( do not know that we have
: of Land them to to the
ney, six Registers Offices and one soldier. Those who have or upper stories and ,to
seen him in The deliberations of tho convention
It 1 r Surveyor General, have been proscribed by a action seemto thousand dollars, and the insurance one hun skiffs: as a means communicating with terra our reader that the matter so fro?

j I *4 no.party" President.-Charleston Mercury. assure us that language cannot do justice to be characterised by calmness, dignity and dred and twenty thousand. I firma. White and Benton streets are now in doubt, as 'lo which party bad succeed"il
and tuv
resulted in
firmness placing
his noble bearing in the field, his under water also of Herculesand
eagle as
eyeglowing portions the late Gubernatorial in
The Rightful Kcmcdy-\* there is but one r.l, Carolina, where it is glory enough for any canvas*,
I i remedy for come diseases, viz: Mercury. so is fir*, and his whole! countenance I Southern State to stand, side by side,with the (O-)::: Mr. Fuller, Editor of the Mirror, failed Dryades. The market: in the latter street has been settled-tbe. official! summing P0
I has been
surrounded the flood
ttere but one medicine for a mob, viz : Lead.. beaming with intellgence and proud defiance. proud and noble Old Dominion." to get the appointment of Marshal for the being only entirely accessible boats by horse., the votes showing that Roane, Democrat r. .1

It U the only thing that can be relied Alas how speedily .'are all his noble traits by or on 'fer
I upon >,. Southern District of New York. 'Well, he is hack. The Distress caused by this state of between one and two hundred majority

I whets members men, forfe.Ufn their solemn, close obligations their quenched in death. -To. survive the perils ofa rr: Gen. MCVAY, long a distinguished not without fellows in affliction, ir his own affairs is every day increasing, and we are his Whig opponent. The election, \f j

: as to the body,,politic am resort to brute ,hundred, battles, and to be carried ofT in the I democratic member of Congress from North statement, of,which. we are entirely credulous, sorry to say that we tee but little prospect at here, was tor an' unexpired term, occasio_ ,
:maturity l strength by disease, seems a hard Caroline, has determined to withdraw from is to be believed that_ there were .TWE1'tT.J'. present of:; aapeedy change. The water i is by resignation j, !he number. of_ -yoe3icrijrnaI'1 gt ""
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', Aid-riran and English Shipping. From the Pretbyterian Advocate. THE NAVIGATION LAWS T&c Gag Imposed!-Ai we predicted yesterday 'MARRIED, $200 ztZ.WARD: r I

From a highly interesting( communication DENOMINATIONAL STATISTICS. The proposed modification of the English morning, shut sesame, is now the In the City of New York, on Tuesday, May Sth, ."
published :in tbfi Boston Courier, on the sub. The Methodist in-the United States, including Navigation Laws occasioned much discus. order National ofthe day in the Post Ofc Department.The by the Rev. Henry Chase, WILLIAM tViLsox to \ ii):
sion in Parliament, and excited much alarm %Whig as
ject of Navigation Laws, we make the follow the church North and South, and those 8 an oysternot R0A14lCCOVBY. _, .. -.
English ship There are, an appointment or a removal in
owner. appears $
log extract as to the increase of American denominated Protestant, number in their body i however, among intelligent men conversant its two last papers. The hint ofthe National For New York n

and English Tonnage. The writer warmly 1,176,637 members. The Protestant portion with the operation ofthe Navigation Laws, Intelligencer has taken effect ; and although fine Packet ; EE," ,,
numbers but 83.000 of this large aggregate.The .- t (for PROCLAMAt1dwy: WILLIAM. D. MOSELEY:
the Clarkehavinggoodaccommodatons ?
and ably advocates the movement, set on foot those who believe that the proposed removal Postmaster General considered it WISE to
number churches is not in the paisen-reM, sail for the port with despatch. .
reported ofthe restrictions would announce the in the wi abf Gttnr of Floda.
for Commercial on navigation not changes Whig,yet he has
the late Administration, a For freight Captain or.to
by tables from which these passage
are compiled.: bun m-j1, g known To m.
only material advantage to commerce, reconsidered the question, and Mr. Fitz Heniv ORMOD. WHEREAS i bUi.S
between the United States and Great The Number of minister in the lcNAUGH'r. recently) the
Treaty Episcopal
but be no wise injurious to ship owners them. Warren is determined to do his dark and Newport, May 26, 159. County Jarkton in this State! tommilCd I
of this is *by one
Britain,-by which "Reciprocal free Trade"as prion body, 5.080. selves. The London Economist, for example, dirty work in secret. They have becomeafraid F. WOOD tipon the body of Elijah BENJAMIN,

to shipping shall be established between Baptists, including the Regular Anti- in a very able article in the number for March "f the echo of their own voices. They GRISWOLD'S IMPROVED that the said Wood has fled from BJordon. 'a *

the two nations. He shows that similar trea. Mission, Free-will and others, have 11,266 24th, maintains this position. shrink from the duty announcing the numerous COTTON GINS. NOW THEfttrOKK, 1, WlUJAM D. MoitLXY,
churches, 0,599 ministers, and 313,921 memo Governor or the Stile of Florida, by tirloe of the t
ties already exist between our government bers. The present navigation laws of England proscriptions which are practiced in the TIC Subscriber will continue Manufacture. authority in me vested bv the laws of n'aid State,do .
allow the ships ofcrery country lo bring the Post Office. Henceforth we are to bear of Gins on his usual extensive scale, aided hereby offer two hundreldoIlarsreward (for the \ 4r
nnd those of not less than fifteen 1 The Old School and Ions experience, first class workmen best pprehensionct
New ,
Presbyterians by
pow. produce of their own into England these matters from a distance, in the democratic t said Wood,and bis safe delivery to 'i
country tb
which their vessels allowed to : have 4.027 churches, 3,261 ministers, and of tne most improved machinery,which Siierilfbf the said CoUnty of Jackson. ,
ers :-by are of
while they prohibit the ships other coun. papers tht.icnage.. The depart. enables him to furnish an article,which,for faithful Mem.
Said Wood
334.453 of
members. Benjamin is a nan dirk
bring into our ports cargoes from all parts of tries from bringing produce, other than their inent seems afraid give us a summary: of the workmanship, durability and !superior perfonnarce, complexion, about 5 feet 1. inche quite slender,'

the world, with no other restrictions than I. The Congregationalists: 1,867 church own, to tho English markets. The consequence changes that are made from day to day in the is not surpassrti by any offered in the United States. slow spoken,and has a quiel,in tiensie? appearance. s
cs, 1.612 ministers, and 193,093: members. Post Office lest the Having in addition to Reed's Patent Combination He ( resided Claiborne in
is, that while these restrictions as proscriptive character of formerly about Alabama .
such as are placed our own own ships- Water-Do,procured at great erst the sole right louse
The have churches
upon Episcopalians 1,192
this have hereunto
with administration: should be the set ,
a protection to foreign shipping equally seen by people. on Cotton Gins Wood & uitntllchttDf
the came privilege being extended to our ves 1,104 ministers, and 67,553 members. Here English shipping, they often the Eng Patent -Oevln.Box, which Hancok'scelebrated is considered [SEAL] thegrrat seal ot- .
expose the State to be this l<*th day of
eels as to their ports. ar212 more ministers than churches lish merchant to great inconvenience, and it This concealment, too, has another mischievous far superior to any now in use. May A. D.. 1&af'd.. 5i
The Lutherans hive 1,425 churches 499 furnished eight hundred Gins to the Planters .
; effect. The Having
'The increase of be serious loss. For anEnglish President ofthe United ;
progressive our (tonnage ministers and members. may example : last season, which have given universal satisfaction WILLAM D..ltsrLE w
shows how little need we have to feel apprehension merchant fends to a foreign port a States, not accustomed to pry into matters of will be a guarantee that his Cotton By the Governor: FIDrf
The Associate Reformed, Cumberland, and manufactures which he this decription-not having: the time the Gins S'fClent A. E. MAXWELL, StCttar pf State.J .
from the effects (f a closer Brit. quantity !, exchanges or are highly approved.Engagements .
ish competition in the carrying: trade. Although nther Presbyterians, together with Reformed for the productions of that country, with the tact, or the qualifications to collect and weighall can b made on the most accommodating The Sentinel, Florida Whfj. Fensacol* Democrat '
t Dutch and German Reformed churches, ha.eI the details of tho terms with Travelling Agent, who will ,Pensacola Gazette, and Apahchicoh! Advertiser .
l' England has kept her East India and design shipping those to England ; but he several departments, wi call Planters will publish one month.
churches ministers and on generallyor by letter, addressed to
2,052 2,091 1,730merLer.
her other vast colonial trade to herself and I cannot secure an Englsb'esse nor one belonging Lp kept in the dark about the wide-sweeping him at Clinton, Jones county, Georgia.Gins May 19, 1549. 20 .

I also the Baltic anJ South-American trade, and lo the produce he wish.cs range (ftbe proscriptions in the Post O fice. delivered to the purchaser free of expense! ,
i has been! upon an equality in American ports The Roman: Catholics lu\.c 907 churches, to import into England ; he is, therefore, He had some chance of seeing them whilst and warranted to perform well. $200 REWARD: .
917 ministers, and 1, 19D.700 members. they were published in the Tho Cherokee Counties Georgiaand! the North -
his and
with onr shipping,-while American: ships debarred the of sending home newspapers, -.
The Unitarians have 244 churches. The prh'ilge of eajtern part of Alabama,willbe furnished with Gins
have been met with restrictions at every pointin number! n.inisters and members cargo, and is obliged lo ship it to some other investigating the character: of them ; but from a branch of his business at Rome, Floyd County .
her vast empire; and thence excluded from re- port-it may be to his serious loss. The restriction this loop-hole is now closedfto! him, as well as Georgia, known as the firm of Griswold &King. :
but the number ministers is doubt.
A large carrying trade, in which they have; ported here operates! to the injury of the to the strictures a : press will make Any orders to their address, Rome, Georgia, will :

long been ready lo compete ; yet, notwithstanding l less large as the number of churches, if not merchant, while it is of no advantage to the upon the effect of these removals. meet prompt attention. .,
: this, the relative increase of American larger. lithe churches contain, on an average English ship owner. The National Wli however, lets out one Clinton, May 23, 1S49.SAMUEL 21-Sw GRISWOLD. PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVER OR. p
the Orlho lox r
shipping is immensely greater than that as many as Congregational Now, it is proposed to remove these restrictions secret. I seem the postmasters have WHEREAS, it ha been represented to me that : "

of Bn land. We have: never met wilh a table churches, (he aggregate number members and to allow free competition allow !. been writing to the Post Oilice to meet the Middle Circuit---Leon County. r Dudley was recently murdered at '

giving tt'e relative amounts df British: tonnage would The be whole 27,532.number ofchurchesofthcse vessels! of an}nation to carT.any produce complaints of the neighboring whigs, and justify Silas F. Burney, ) In Attachmpnr.M. St.FREDERICK Marks in the, and county that one of Waknlla JOHN,MILLER by one JOHN was' .1

(>ii.aged in the foreign and the coasting trade, several to England ; and it is argued, i the Eng theirconduct-but "their letters have not i >Sum sworn to $50 -S.Io.i present aiding ann abetting in said murder; and I .1 >
and wa therefore have to contrast the total denominations, exclusive of Methodist, lish shipping interest has been able to compete been answered." In no shape are they to be i Isaac Hutto. } Bond in $160 00. whereas the sai3 Frederick and Miller are fugitivesfrom I i., : _

tonnage of the two countries. It stands: thus : which are lot reported, is 22,931. Allow with different nations in carrying the produce allowed the opportunity of hearing the specific THE defendant and all others interested are here. : justice..Vbtf i..< .t
ing the Methodists 10,000churcbcs, the whole charges notified ofthe institution of the above suit : therefore, I, WILLIAM D. MOSZLET,GOTerno1 ..
of trumped .
them and
those defend.in
nations to it up against ,
Englind. run
l 3 American tonnage 1,191,776 number would be about 33,000 very wi and required to appear and plead to the declarationfiled of the State of Florida by virtue of the authority t
1840 u 2,180,764 The whole number of ministers in these denominations no risk in competing with! all other ; themselves against t their accusers. And therein, within the time prescribed bv law. in me vested by the laws of said State, do : >
1947 2,939,0161830Brjtsh : I less favored in this respect ; and that: it has all this i is calt.d justice, moderation, no-partv- WALKER t GWYNN. hereby offer the above reward of two hundred dollars !. \
: is'Ji.s ; ana tile whOle number not suffered by different nations to ism, no proscription.Washington Union. May 2', 1S-l. 21 .Ally's for Pl't. for the apprehension of said Frederick and Mil!* j

tonnage 2,531,819 members churches 4,197,141. Supposing bring their own allowing produce into English isdemonstrated her, and their delivery to the sheriff of WakuHa 1 'I
1840 3,311,533 .the population of the United States to be 20,. ports Taco of Apprentices.--The Printers Notice. county-or one hundred {or the apprehension or de. I : ;
the fact that since 1823 our area
by ,
1S47 4' 'C it 'would of weeks after date I will make livery of either o'ttheci.Mem > ;
000,000, give one professor religion queer set offullouM. You will find them SIX application to '
when the reciprocity act began to any -John Frederick l fi Canadian birth.it
operate I : Hon. Judeo a by .1
From this table we see (hit t the increase of to every five of the population-not including !the British tonnage, inward and outward, has where and every where, in all sorts of scrapes (for letters of Administration Probate on for the Madison Estate County of JohnJ. about 34 years od! the l leet seVen inches high, hi. I;

American tonnage, from 1830 to 1847, was children one to three and a fraction. increased from 3.451953 tons, to 8,900,000tons I and predicaments, but they always have inge. Dnycp, deceased.: JOHN C. McGEHEE. dark eyes, dark hair and a dark complexion S i

139 per cent.-of British 58 per cent. At How many of these professors of religion are and the number of in the commercial nuity enough to work their way out. On- of our May 25, 191921: -6w when spoken to has a downcast look. 4 .j
; seamen I
John MiMer i fl birth is j
a Norwegian by about
this rate of increase, which it is fair to not possessors, we may not presume to say- d-Is slatted out a few and after 35 '
pre. years ,
old \
marine has increased fiom 163,474 ago FEW HUNDRED BUSHELS CORN. years five feet ten or twelve inches", high, has .
sume will go on, even under existing circumstances but undoubtedly, the Omniscient One would 252,000. travelling over the Weter States and A For Sale bv liht eyes, light hair and a taft complexion, and I : {

our tonnage will be as great as that make a 'very material deduction. sticking (type in various places, he joined a R. B. &D. W. POST. speaks English very broken. r "i

of the whole British Empire, before the year The Baptists have the largest number of ANNEXATION OF CANADA corps of Kentucky ,'oluntecr and started for M yl&, I I"I t 20 They are Mlpposed to have made their escape in a ,

1860." churches and ministers. The Catholics ha'P Mexico,got sick on the road, several weeks in small boat. 0 'I 1 -
b XVif.vrsi WHEREOF, I lave hereunto .
Tho writer goes on to speak of the immense the largest t number members. The Methodists The Richmond Republican in speaking of hospital, was discharged and worked his way Notce. [SEAL] set my hand and caused the great seal! of ;j 1

trade, now monopolized by British vessels, in have the largest number among the the late riots in Montreal, an : the subject of back t'j New.York on a vessel. He startedout CHARLES E 11 D. PAPY are my the state to be affixed this the IStb day ,
Attorneys during
Protestant denominations. The 0. S. Presbyterians annexing Cana'da to the United States, thus again, and the List we heard of him, he my absence from the -gpnt. of May. -. D., I'349. -.

which American ships will have a share pro. havo 725:! more churches than the discourses in f vein of satire and good humor was preaching to the Indians, 300 miles a.1'.e _May_! ID, 11-:? 20 SAM. S. SIP.LEY. Attest A.. E. WM. D. MOSELEYiGoveraor.; ) .

I tided the proposed arrangement is consummated New School, 162 more ministers, anJ 23.933 which is adrirhle.I St. Louis. Although not yet t : MAXWELL.Secretary of State. .
twentyyears I CO Sentinel and
more members. The O.d: and New School Who heard of in Am old he has Furniture for Sale. Apalachicola Advertiser copy 4t.
:- ever people acting n turn at studying law, lecturing .. May W. 1849. 20-Jw _

I "Such an arrangement will open to us thereat Presbyterians together, have 2,160 more rica as these tories have: done ; hissing, on teperance and making political A VARIETY i is offered of at Householdand saleat Kitchen Furniture : _. --* _r--- L 1 t i

churches than the Congregationalists, 1,652! cursing, pelting their Governor speeches. prvate reasonablepri* Notice
trade with England, which we ; Ce3. Enquire at the residence of Col. S. S. Siblev.. S
have already said employs home seven hundred more ministers, and 141,360 more members.OLD stones and eggs at him and the Legislators; Another cf our graduates went to the Mexican May w, 15:9.: 20Horses SIX month after date the nn'defjityied, adminis

I British ships. It will give to us a share BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. !setting fiie to their capitol, &c. &c. ? And war-fought gallantly in number of battles de &'nis non of the estate 'of Samuel 4 .

in the carriage of the pepper, the spices, tho yet these rascals have the imprudence helped to print an American paper in for Sale. I Tteu3. 1 late ot Leon County, deceased, will presenthis
I accounts and vouchers
THREE[ to the Hon. Court cf Pro
i 3je stuffs the he rice 8 1771-ToLe.sokl, to talk annexing themselves to this country, the city of Mcxicoand returned unharmed.On good Iore' for sale. Also a
cotton, I the wool, the July a hearty, likely ; Barouch, Wagon..c. En- bate for Leon County; and ak for a final settlement
,i sugar, the tea,and various other bulky articles negro boy, about twenty years of age, has had without so much as saying by' your leave, the breaking out ofthe god: fever he star- quire ot A. A. FISHER. and discharge from his said administration. ,

.f commerce, from Hindustan, China, Ceylon, the smal pox ; can do any sort of work, would Brother Jonathan. !I ted for California, and is now printing a paper May IU! IS 19. 20 SIMEON THEUS. i '

(Mauritius, the Cape of Good Hope, Australia, an excellent servant in the country. We no rowdies in the Un-led at Panama, New Grenada, while waiting I -May 19, t 5.J9. 20 .

&c. &c. American ships will flock into the Apri 8,1731: -To be sold by public ven- States. We are quiet, orderly people; in this fir a vessel to carry him to the gold regions. I TiE WAKULLA. HOTEL, Copartnership Notice. 1:,

ports Calcutta, Madras, Bombay, and various Wednesday next, at the Heart and country, and do not resist the laws, e\cn when When he Jet: we give him good advice a AT NEWPORT SPRINGS, FLA I taken into Copartnership with IP?, .

others iu those dUlant regions, from Crown, in Cornhill, Boston, sundry sorts of they are unjust and impolitic.! We build our copy of the 'Jol!)Bible, Shakespear's worki I nuns. HOTEL has been completed and HAVING H. HODGKISS, Esq the business .

whence they are now' virtually excluded.! household goods, beds, pots, and ketiles, brass: government houses here with our own money I and. revolver. We want him to rememberthat \ la,. rdtC I( now muii resent-tvt* the_public desirable?vuu. rd u l ti thtu.e ."t."rttmM s.n .tb.r.ap .pr.m ,

Our ships will have access to .the great carry and iron ware, and a young negro woman ca- and don set them on lire in a hurry, for we he rrumiolrlo fire back one ofthe bar.i, it is not deemed nrceisary to speak of the advantage glad receive the continued patronage of oui for .4
ing trade between South AmenVa. the West boned have no rich old Uncle: Bull! to set ut n \\1 rfJs lull) dual.Eastern -4f- derived from the waters and bathing by thol who met customers. .
ladies, the British North American Colonies! nal. to the cOntrj.-.Y.1 I E. Weekly Jcur- onJT.tr" u.,,. d.. ..:... .fllfirct We sc.1 gus have treq'-ented the S,.n-i. .. The virtues of the W. 17. CROOM. I
I Walor re well known. ,require no :dulalon THOS. H. HODGkISS. .
and the United Kingdom, as well a betweenthe July 5,1742! -To 'be sold, a likely throw eggs at our Legislators. We prefer In addition to the former attractions, H01;t Qninrv. May. S. 1949.. 19! 'Awnt..> ; .
Colonial possessions thcmseh.es.'e young eating them ourselves, or seeing them add to A B-ighl Girl.-What are you doing there wibewel filled with thf desirable article, and a ,

ehnil Hill into with British strong, and healthy negro woman, that is an harms cia Chistmas bowl. There i Ii no congeniality Jane ?V' near by. New Stables are being e- S. S. Knight 4 .,

in the trade between competition England and the Baltic ships, excellent cook and can do all sorts business. of soul between Americans and Ca. I 4 Why pa, I'm going to dye my doll's pian- rected. and vnitois will receive every attention calculated WILL continue business at his old ctond, where ;., .
-Boston Eve. Post. nadians. The latter have to aforte red." to make their stay at the Spring pleasant. hope to wait on such of his i friends as have .
and in the trade with other of professed dipise .
Europe Newport, May I 10, 1S49. 0-3m
extended 4
and Great Britain. When we say that cf the July 5, 1742- -Any person that has one or the former and the former have certainly ev.ery ., But what have you to dye it with ]1" heretofoie<" that alt shall have so good liberal articles a patronage at fair ,pricrs.prcmijin t .

total: commerce of the United Kingdom/i//y/ more negro men to dispose of will hear ofa reason to dispise the latter. An American "Beer, pa." Administrator's Sale. April 29.1S49. 17 J

per cn is with the European continent, some customer h)inquiring ofthe. Printer. perceive: that England is a very great I, .Beer Who on earth told you that beer AS administrator of Edward H. Wilder, late of \

idea fits: magnitude ma'lJe form d." Sept. 20, 1842.-To: }be sold, (among a country ; but it dons! not follow that each of i would dje red ?" Gadsden (county, deceased, I wi sell before the Notice; I.

-- ---- tioat turniture,) a lively negro man, aged -3, I the old lion's whelps, however small! and im. 1! Why ma said yesterday that it was }beer ... Court the[House 15th day dior of, in June the next Town the of Q'ii undivided. cy. on inter-Monday ALL persons having claims and demands azafnut -

Signs; of the Times. who has flowel! the sailmaking trade eight potent, i is entitled! to our respect. that m3de your nose so red, anJ I thoughtthat : er of siid Wilder in the following real estate,to t\It:: i I I Lei n County Estate. Wallet are hereby W.notified Tavlor.deceased to present,late them cf ; .

There begins to be something ofa murmur, .vears.-IJoson Ecc. I I E\.i communications corrupt rood !-" 1 TheSE 4 of Section S, T2, R 3. N .t W; the EoftheNE4otSectionT2R3N&Wthe A to the undersigned. properly authenticated, within 1

Rome audible nose; of diapprobation, some Feb. 19, 1771-To be sold at auction, manners. Keep[ these di.orderl. ,'iciouCanadian Here, Susan, take this child to bed." I S the time prescribed by !law ; and all persons indebted
a W 4 Section S.T 2. R 3, N t W ; the S i of theS ted
aid Estate make immediate
gentle deprecating hints, i.om among the sprightly negro lad, 19 years old, that can I' oit of the our own We get some idea of the commercial character E 4 Section 7, T 2,R 3, N & Vand; Lot one tt ment. are RICHARD refjllt" In 11.-\YW.RDdm pay,. I ..

Whig ranks, at the course of the present ad. speak French. Inquire of Printers.-Mass. countrymen insist 1 cfollhrir admission, Broth and value! of annities and policies of life ; hundred and nine ((109)) in the Town of Quincy. May 3, 1549. IS- m. V
Gazette and Post Boy Adce.rtiser. er Jonathan will ollicd to neutralize their Said undivided interest amounting! to I the one-sixth
: insurance in England, by the following report -
miniitration. The Model Prelidcnt" and influence by receiving to his I part of said real (estate, which is old by order of the Great Bargains-Real Estate.I .
December 16, 1741-To be sold, a hospitable of a s de recently made by auction in .,
negro Judge of Probate t the debt ot the
his cabinet, i seems, are JikcJ. to have some woman, about :-C: years of age. She has been halls: the grave, stately, decorous Spaniard G I i I London. Two annuities amounting I lo J2150) lon ed. J. M.:W.pa DAVIDSONAdmr.d. WILL sell my plantation, 640 acres one IniJ.
rough sailing .iheygo The New Cuba. Tlls we shall be fairly balanced N"rtb o! Tallchassee. finely \>atered, more than .
along. ; 19.19J9. 20
a in Boston from a child.-She is R good cook t pr annum, less the legacy duty during! the May timber rich -
Canada with its one half standing in bamm.-ckar6.0')
York tCrprcw$, bitter whig, discourses in this! washer, and can do all sorts house.bold busi. rowdyism, on one and oflho I life of a gentlemin aged 57, and a [tolcyof per acre. Also my botise and lots in Tallahassee .
in and is plank-Cuba; with its decency on the other ; I forjClGOO which th Sale 1st Monday in July. Tt'tm-One thirS C3ih tbe balance!
.ise : Hess a complete manner, a very serviceable insurance en re wereaccumulations for $1/00. .
negro.-Boston Evening Post.Decemher at one end, the fortress Quebec, at the other .I .amounting to 193, the (annual Guardian's Sale. two equal annual instalo.ent! fiom 1st January
Bet one appointments thus far made the Moro Castle the ; '- JOHN
and ,
ofl ; stars stripes premium being JC55: 12!. sold forC171. be sold on the first Monday in July, at the iS ") I
17 1744 A fine child ofa
I '
has shewn WILL
to what is wanted negro Air 5,1549. 13
lle respect sir! -aming from both ; while Uncle Sam sirs of tr". TheUj, in Leon county,the ,May
by the great body ofthe Whigs' of New York. very good breed, to he given away. Inquire straddling in the middle, rolling up his I Some of the pap"f seem to think that Can. following tract ofmi; : .4
eyes Sale of Florida Lands
cr to .'hattas politically wise. ofthe Printer.-Boston Ece. Post. and wondering where his manifest destiny' ada is ripe for annexation to this country. The W i of 4, :and 13 acres of the N end ; -.

If the rank and file! ofa Oct. 20, 1:30-To: be sold by Mr. David 3 will pitch him next." God forbid that such an e.i should ever come of the E i of theS W 4, Section 29.T 2R 2, N& E and Lots and lYIiaircsin/ city Apalachicold. ''

party ivre not attended to in the distribution of Pippoon, five young negro girls and boys. upon U'. We have experienced quite enoughof ot Tallahassee,containing 93 acres,tncre or less. THE Apalachicola Land Company will cfier &r
There are about fifteen acres en the above tract
the Merchant'Exchange in the
patronage! men eminent for their sacrifices Also, a white young man, who is willing William I'iu.-Pitt was tall and thin witha annexation.-Protidcnce Day Slar. cleared and under cultivation balance: is wcod- New York.on at Wednesdaythe 11th day, of July City next of :

and 1 labors are thrust aside to give place to 'to serve I: months for five pounds and prison gloomy: ,sneering expression. I is language That last sentence is dearly significant I at 12 o'cluck. and_on the !following) days, about 1000
and ges.
., .
and ,
and its celebration over-an J if appoint. lures ; let the luciuness and iiu-- itor of the Star is undoubtedly a hen-pecked payable l 1.t January, 1S5I 1st Januuy.1S52 map cf the City. Many of these lots are on the Bay
passInes interest at 6 cent. from I,
mfittsare made h Extensive Conflagration at St. Louis. of his ideas and husband of the Candle Post.O btarin; per Jan 185.Tille9 and River and are among the most desirable Ibr tea. -
systematically upjn su unprincipled eIicy his logical reasomiinillumined samp.-Bostol made to purchaser, when the last payment is idnresa3 welL as ot business. l
principles is in vain bra Whig BALTIMOBK, May 18, 5 p. m. by sudden flashes. of eloquence made made. WILLIAM ALDERMAN. .iho, the Wharves purpose\Ybarf-rights belonging to i

dt1; or a Whig speaker to attempt 'to arouse A fire broke out at St. Louis this morning his abilities something extraordinary. I taw T Tbfr Lynn (rum ejSh use ofbassviohinii May 19. t H40. 20 the Coo p m,, ia front cf the City. ; -.
1 churches is bass-viul-ation!
Whigs&when their votes arc needed, as it has destroyed nearly ol<.half of the city, and Pit pretty often, as he walked across St. \ : the" Q Msothe unsold Lots or Tracts of Lana on St.George's .
would fee to maker that the of and busi. James' of the Sab ath. > Notce. Sound or Bay,adjoining the city described ;- -
print a dailyjournal, or to very centre commerce Park (from his house, on his to .
way -__ IX months after ulderci ned, one of theadministrators ot a nap or survey of 158 lots made by H B. Ker.
oration, upon the crmted shore. of the Dead ness. Among tho buildings destroyed: are the king. George HI 011 his side, had perhaps S of the estate of William S Tbeus These lots vary in size from 3 to -19 acres each and r.

Sea or in the wilds Oregon. This truthwe five Banking Houses, all the Insuralce offi. just arrived from Windsor! after drinking Curt: Eflecletl by Dr. Corbett's. Shalier late of Leon couaty, d. c.ased. will present his ac- are very desirable for building sites or c lt ution.

ute now because the administration has ccs, twenty-seven steamboats lying along the beer from pewter pots with the ofthe Sarsala..ila.READ rotnt* and voucher to the Hon. Court of Probate of .Jlsa tbe unsold Lots at Portland Bluff,on the
THE FOLLOWING nEMABKAELE cASE: Leon County and ask for a final settlement and dis. alachicola River, about 3 miles from the City.M
yet other appointments to dispose of here, ando levee, and the Telegraph office, which was neghIJrboo: ; he crossed the ugly court yard
Thi may certify, that (or many years I !have been charge from his said administration. described on a map or juitey made b\ R. B. Ker. s
may recover from iiscirors ; but it will (subsequently remo\.ld to the Illinois side ofthe ofhiuglypalace in a dar carriage, followed subjected to z humor by many called Salt Rheum SIMEON THEUS. each lot being 750 feet in length and 230 feet ia j

l&r out a fatal truth, unless the administra.tcl rivrr. by a few horse guards. was the master but by others thought a kind of Erysipelas. About May l. I54! 20 width. They are eligible! for wood-yard shipyards.sa'vrnilU s

Live the good fortune to make its dis. The President has determined to despatchtwo ofthe kings of Europe,as five or six merchantsare two years since it assumed thecharacter last named, ,Jic..il .
covery." National vessels to aid in the searchfor masters of India. and occasionally appeared on my feet, then on my Florida, Middle Circuit. o, St. Vincent's Island, lying opposite the r
until at la'st appeared on my face, afflicting COURT4. mouth of tne river Apalachicola containing an area a
Sir JOHN FRANKLIN and Pitt black arms : 1 IN
Tcle- in
Remarking upon this article of the Express, party.- a coat brass-hiltcd sword, me most severely. Tr.e warmth ol a room, or of of 11SO i acres,(excepting 10 acres sold,) having a
and ulna the appointments made by the cabi. i grapl d for th Charleston Mercury. with his hat under his arm, went up stairs, my bed brought on the most intolerable itching, Archibald McPhatter, GuarO 1 thrifty growth ot Lite Oak and other trees,aid
two or three steps at a time ; on his way he until I had at times even lo seek the dangerous dian. of Thomas Wilks, ATTACHMENT : much fertile land suitable for the growth of Cotton ,

net, tie Richmond Whig says : Our Foreign Relations.-The Washing, only aw a few idle emigres, and glancing draughts ot night air, to quiet the burninj the bur. John Johnson.rj. J( Sum sworn to $110. Sugar,Tobacco, the Tropical Fruits, and fur Garden .

"The Whigs; .not in N. York alone, but ton correspondent ofthe Philadelphia Ledger disdainfully at us, passed on with a pale face his ning"scnstion I brought!myself of my under arms and t e most. abstemious reduce defendant and all other interested will false cultivation.Terms qf Safe."Ten per rent in cash.ton Ihe day I., .

hereand every where else, begin to be thoroughly says Senor Rosa, the Mexican Minister resident and head thrown back. This great financier diet. This seemed to bare no effect. The Fhysirians THE of the commencement of this suit by attachment of sale, and on all purchases not u etlng $zoo,the .

disgusted with this course of policy." at Washington, has drawn np a solemn maintained no order in his own house ; he had assured me I bad a disease of the Blood, and ,and appear and plead t to the declaration filed i balance in cash in 20 days thereafter,*ben Ihe deeds -

Tie New York Minorf speaking of the protest against the conduct of the American no regular hours'for his meals or his sleep.! idvised my visiting the SulphurSpringsof Virginiaand in this case R. E. GIBSON. II will be delivered. On all purchases over $500, a
those"of other places. This I complied with, May 19, 1849 20 Ally of PUT. credit of one and 'two years will be given for cue- ,
r Government in to in in debt he
regard protocol had
troubles in the whig camp, has the following : Plunged paid nothing, and but with no benefit whatever, and was disheartened halt ofthe purchase money, the balance to be paidin
u the .treaty of peace, and banded a copy of it to could not make up his mind to add up a bill.- in my eflorts by being told at last by my Physicianthat GEO. H. BESTWICK, cash in 20 days after thesale.when in cases '
It is a delicate matter to discuss the cau. each foreign minister in Washington, with the A valet managed his household III. I bad an hereditary scrofulous: taint and thatat Wholesale & Retail Gretrrf Provision Dealer where the purchase is less than $2000 notes will be ,

res which have produced this early and wide to have the matter brought to the cognizance dressed, without pleasure, atJir. my age !t was t too confirmed! to be eradicated.Discouraged .- & taken for the credit portion, psyable in one and tworears .
request witllut passion,
} dtfecti in thehi ranks, and which be. of .their for alone he by their opinions, I sought lor relief in TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. with interest at 6 per cent. per annum> and .
respective governments.This eager power despised honors, and band, and for sale at the contracts exchanged-deeds lobf'dt"tituedthen the '
I tried constantly on
various rertediesoftheday. TT'EEPS
ginstothreaten the Executive with ardu. the I
as _, ._ cutaneouo
same correspondent adds : would be nothing but William Pitt. Lord washes men .L me various n compounds so JLv lowest cash pikes, for cash,all the articles in : favments completed On all purchases of2000
Gus am) lonesome an Administration1 as that should not wonder if Air. Clayton, hav: Liverpool took me Iodine at his country housein promisingly$ advertised. .But;ralarla I taken gate this line of business. Flour of bt st qualities,Sugar, and upwards the deeds will be delivered in 20 days V

of the much abused John 'JJer.Ve ." ing once his had in, were to have some hard. the month of June, J 822 ; and on his me distress, and my sufferings nlil.Icreased.I .- Cotter. Teas,Bacon Hams,Soap.Candles,Nuts,Rai after the sale, and bond and m'ortgazes taken for the t
way I ot Dr. Corbett's and ics, Lard, Whiskey and all other usually credit portion payable in one and two with '4
\ notice also that the Apalachicola Advcr words with another Minter foreign power. thither, pointed out to me the small house A pamphlet was given me see artice 'i cent. -
similar -interest at
in" in no names but those of the most accredited round in eltablshmenb. persons want. per per annum
User, cne oflhe strong whig papers of this He will soon realise the fact that the Secreta. where died in poverty the son of Lord Chatham Physicians, I adapted the use of his Sarsaparilla. I .. ing to purchase any articles, are respectfully The whole of this property is onincmnbered. It ..

State, is expressing dissatisfaction. What ryshipofState is no sinecure." the statesman who brought al Europeinto am now happy to state that this most afflicting con. invited to call and price them before buy. !is a part of !the .Forbes' Purchase," belonging to
his and distributed h his dition of my skin has left/ me. and after a few "ins elsewhere. the Apalachicola Land Company, The title i ii derived 4 3 .
own '
means all this? If it is not evidence that Honorable and Ret. Baptist If. ],.- hands all pJ millions of the earth. month's trial of this medicine I find I am once more Store formerly occupied by L. t H. Greenberg from the Spanish Governrnenr cdnfirtned by the -r
the Second Washington" is already driving On Wednesday morning, at Sansom Bap -Memoirs in po.se* ion perfect health. A younger brother & Co.,corner of Monroe and JeSerson streets. ; Supreme Court oi( the United Stales and a Patent .--..
Chateaubriand.A and a little sister of mine are still uibg this singular May 12. 1S49. I?. therefor issued to the .proprfetors.by the United -
his from him, already satisfyingeven tist Church, during a short address the Rev. o corrective medicine for complirl promising as State The o. ual Trustee deed will be given to -

supper.that ho is not the man for the Duncan Dunbar publicly announced that the i Clw.ncefor Speculators.-The Boston Post bad a my own. Glad am I say are fast mend. Just Received, tbe purchasers. ;
above} distinguished divine whose recent secession says : *' Any person who will bring to this ing in health. All medicines failed! to benefit them SCHR. TALLAHASSEE, a large and fresh Maps may be had lit the Office 6f tie Colt an,. : -

position be occupies, wo very much mistake from the Established Church has cau. office satisfactory proof(hat any Whig newspaper until they tried thu powzfulcorrective of Dr. Cor- PER ot sugar-cured Ham, plain Hams, Rice, No.35 Wall street, or their will be .forwarded hy

the purport of such language. Yes, the signs serl so much excitement throughout (he whole has argued, or that any Whig even betfs. HENRY H. STORY. Flour, Bacon SidesLard, &C. Allofwhidh will be mail. rrom'upon whom application may be to obtained.any the subscriber further at said infer office ;-
SUFFOLK, si. } sold at the lorrestrates. for cash onlv. .
the times ore that Taylor will have a lonesome religious world, has requested baptism at the thinks since the election. ofTaylor, THAT TiE Boston, Feb. :J i, IS 19. 5 very GE. H. BEST W1C1 matinn that may be iemed.? .

," lonesome Administration. hands of 1 baptist clergyman, and is about to SPOILS DOXT BELONG TO TiE VICToRs, shall Then personally appeared before me the- above Corner of Jefferson street New- York',Aptil.97.1&49. I
"er unite with a church of that persuasion. The be suitably rewarded." named Henry II.Story, and made solemn oath'to the _May 12, 1819. 19 (Signed; JO. DEL- nr.u, ') Trustee .

New Archbishops. Tie Catholic Council announcement received with expressions .- above, acknowledging the same to be his free act LEWIS CURTIS S .
at Baltimore hare \8 Cure Founder. Mix of the and deed. THOMAS A. DETER, N tIc May 5,1949. 18-9w.4 -
created ceveral new Arch of the deepest aati.facton.-P/; Am T. for one pint Justice .
liihops. Bishop Hughes has made seed of the common sun.flower the animal's A LL person haylne demand ajrajrwr! t the Esiale Blacksxnithing. ; I IrO
been BRINLEY & CO-. Sole Agent,
Archbishop of New York ; Bishop Blanc In Great Britain, every 50th person is I food; a soon a you discover the symptoms of "JSo EDWARD. 3 and 4 South side.Fanuil Hall,Blston. dcceasedil. ot Edward H.WIderlte!tbtt mE'ithiont'delay.Garden: County., 'J D.kind'su1Htan done ial, and cheap Bhcksinithiof
all at the
Archbishop nfNeOr2eans, and Bishop Pur. drunkard.. Ever 280th a prisoner, every founder, and you will give immediate rclerTI LEWIS AJIES, 1. ii!. W. DONdm litrator, J I cnpied bit year bv Miller Shop 4i Er)near\aw.my Stable ovI

tl Archbishop of Cincinnati.. TOOih.a *) ii the blt medy known.- Sole Ant for Talini! et. Muc.to; 1Slt. ta :: .,Ja\lu1'1 l C '. S AmA, FISHES.o. 4 -

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: LAU: /L IOA LIXTUA. A VALUABLE DISCOVERY. I Suwannee Lower Mineral Springs, Dissolution. -
'IMIE copartnership heretofore nistiong between
A .. kjr It* MOW of CJ-ifr hn entitled with a ,Mrlt' twick,under the name T. Darby

feta of U* slim..f*. r. T.wnwn.a awl hit MAM &put I iii- and style ot o.-o. nui,i>i. & Co.. is this day disso!- TALLAHASSEE, FL1. T) ESPECTFULLVannooncrs: to the public f tn

VP a 8rMrrilU.. which, they cl1.T".nd.* PirMptrilli, ARC an effectual remedy for the following painful : ved. 'The hooks and papers are in the hands of S. REFER TO J.V eral that he has permanently located hiWVir: ,

WmidHniUnf I 0 1XC'IXF OriCea.etc. This Tow ntend it disilrfssing female complaint, viz: Amen- S. Knight. All persons having unsettled business Messrs. H. BOND, J. W. ARGYLE D. C. WILSOX, Monticello Florida, and will be found at allT-w

: .doctor ssd Mvv.wMi; ".C.n.I ft "worker im n oithcra.or obstructed menstruation Dsmeuorrhce, COLUMBIA COUNTY, E. FLORIDA. with the firm will please call at .an early day for set F. H. FLAGG.T.HOPSO.N and J.'1'. ARCHta. unless profesionaI11.ngageJ.. Strict attentic-'w=;i
mdic 2tiin4 th like. Vt hi the till of Dr. be all "
..lme fO or painful and imperfect menstruation attended tlement. paid to professional call..
ski pftrp of(nlftiR( credit f.f bat be it This is lu canIMM is in Hi March 10. 1S49. 10
& with itick: htad.ad.f aoinetimeaproluse for a considerable This n-elt known Fountain of Lifc agcin Tallahassee, April 2I.1SW.1 May 5,1S49. ISPlantation

&pbi not t be olnd.l and porehue lone but lb.fF..C. timeand then entirely ,suppressed Chloro i Glory. S. S. KNIGHT. In Chancery. -
,..,; ORIOIXJl. OLD Dr.Jab To"'BMind't **.rsap111e11 -: soothe -
or Rreen-sicknes, or Whites- GEO. II. BESTWICK. for Sale.
*. hiring 0 i Ih.Olo Dr'.. lik nt* lilt fiuiily coal $ thr Lnccorrhca. the lochia ruBE subscriber respectlully tenders his sincere MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN CADS-
0 and eues tur his friends and the public generally April 2S.1S49. 17.Administrator's. subscriber offers for .a1e. his
Tathanks to COURT.
W.% hi* the ami of arm DEN CIRCUIT THE Planaho: ,.
.D .I-lr. &' during confinement, Spitting ot blood or bleeding cf inform
to a-the Blue
( this Hammocksituated
t1. IOU.Vi.4MK ft.. ,, JVri a fill Loivnes ofspittle for past patronageandakes opportunity The Branch of the Bank of the | openL.1
hfy thegurji!, ConvuUiong.or Epileptic them that he has made considerable improvement Notice. tie River,in Gad.:den Count,containing !,2t>6 icrr
Debility and Nervousness, Uarrenncs State Alabama, Compl't.,
COIeneu. in houses for their reception, in Upon the tract there is one'faluable
r building new mill-
*-and many other diseases that are too te- months after date 1 shall present my accounts r*. dam in eatvu;,
it, > which he can now offer them comfortable quarters. SIX to the Hon.Judge of a good repair alo 100 acre Hamrncck Late
dioti* tit mention that are generally caused by an cb- vouchers and apply Benjamin WestSheritTof Gads- cleared in the
Tuthose who feel to visit the springs last twelve
'. ttruction or want of tone in the female genital or. disposed Probate for Gadsden Counly for a final settlementand den County, and es-offieio admr. Bill to foreclose months, and abet* S6b
this season, it is useless to say any thing abcut the discharge from the administration of the estate on the Eitate of James Innerar. Mortgage.ity acres valuable tobacco land to clear, with Negr.
They promote all I the secretions and excretions in medicinal qualities of the waters, as they are well Archibald Black, dec.; and also a settlement and dec'd., John F.Jnnerarity Cabins Home in Gin Hotues Corn Cribs, and Over"cr'
known, and having been visited regularly fur the the dower allotted good repair. For terms, apply to the sci
I the female organism; they efl'ectually remove all final discharge as Administrator on William P. Innerarity Santiago scriber
last nine and believe that (those Quincy.
$ obstruction from I the female const i inition,unless complicated eight or years past, and set apart to Margaret Black dee. as widowof Inncrarit, Lewis W. Minor and
who have vuittd here have received general satisfaction. '
4 with Black dec. late of said ( cunt v. J WILLIAM JIUNEOIT
'. some other diseaseand then greatly said Archibald Heloise Minor, Defendants.
Quincy, May 5. tR.J9.
relieves it. Gradually)' introduced into the Mstein, K.S.SHEPARDAdm"r.April : affidavit filed 1S-.h.
The subscriber has improved his Spring with a BEING MADE TO APPEAR by
they restore healthy action in the uterus and ils 7th, 1S19. 11 IT
a in this that John F. Innerarity resides beyond

good Bathing House and a Pump inserted so as 'to cause, Information Wanted
S appendage The great ad vantage and superiority of Ihe water from the main ; also, has madea the limits of the Staff of Florida, to wit,in the
get spout
the Ladies' Reliel Pills all oilier medicine is, Circuit Court. Edward TJininon Merchant
over wb
Jefferson OF ,
Alabama William *
-1' Cradle, by which the most timid) ladies!, and even State ; that P. Innerarity resides -
left Dublin
that while t they eradicate disease,they invigorate the of Middle Circuit Florida to wit in about fifteen years ago for New Or
CHANCERY. out the
T\ children three years old can bathe in perfect security. William Bailey admr. del IN ,
Many have been cured by the use of leans, and i is supposed to be at in
\ body. persons and the City of Pensacola in the State of Florid that present Florid: *
This Cradle i is suspended by strong ropes ; bonis non of John BellaDiU ReliefFormy ; Full
affliction often In for particulars the
thoe pills alter an short on subject of
inquiry of l h-- .
years. of the : ;!-
resides the :limits
be hoisted of the when not wanted. Santiago Innerarily beyond
S can out way dec., Comp. ,
\ of the sale of land to t aside ler to Ireland last
these pills are a perfect regulator monthlyevacuations : *t year can be obtained by anavrcr-
Those who wish to seek a place for pleasure will vs. I State of Florida to wit, in the Island! of Cuba ; that
females. If &c. ing advertisement.
they are profuseor Conveyance, Any information *.
ire here find it to their time and David Lewis W. Minor and Heloise Minor, reside beyond rf pt:
pass away very Henry Doggelt -
ular the Pills them their in him will be
they ( ) restore to ; (thankfully received
RtJe pleasantly by the numerous amusements that may be Barrow Lefts.TT J the limits ol the Slate of Florida,to wit, in the State by
OLD) 1)11.) JACOB TOWNSEND, regular ptrio proper quantity and quality, and suggebted.1'I of this Court of Virginia : It ill therefore Ordered, That the C H AS.41. C. DELANY .

I TIIEURICIXAI.MSCOVEKEROI'TIIBGrnuloc do e they are scant nr obstructed. L'."_ ___ ___ __no =_ __ __.1__ ._.1 t._._, I._.... appearing to the satisfaction by said named defendants do and the bill Counsellor at Law,69 Nassau S .,Ntvr fatl: f
Many females thrown into J lie oprines are nun HI line uiucr, ami ii e uc-ru -L affidavit made in this cause that the said defendants appear answer Other Florida
ate or Epileptic .
convullions please
time and bid fair to continue complaint filed therein within the times limited papers copy. f
Townsend Sarsaparilla. fits by the suppression or obstruction of themonlhly so for a long longer. reside out of the State of Florida beyond the ApriJ2I,18.JO. 4w-16" C. M.C.-3 .

II r.TonnvrJ It nnw about 70en of f act. and ..loMg evacuations, (occasioned by cold or soine Persons wishing to visit them for medicinal benefit jurisdiction of this Court, but in the United States : to them respectively that is to say-the said JohnF.

*P kfin, a B .he .f CTHO#and UlSCOfERKR of the other cause) and remain of pity and dial rei would do well t to call early. All who wish to visit It it Ordered That the said defendants,Henry Dog- Inneiarity, Lewis W. Minorand Heloise Minor In Gadsden Circuit Court.TO
objects .
CK.Wt.VK OR 1G1X1 1. 7'fINSF.IJ S.fU1.fRthf. this place will find a comfortable and speedy conveyance David Barrow do and answer the within the period of four months from the date ot
." B.IB, he wat eonipHled the remainder ot their lives ; these pills cure by removing gelt and appear
p.. I lmit from Tallahassee and Savannah as there is the first publication of this order the said William SPRING TERM, lS4y.
within four ;
which iBnn U bu born ".pIOllof DlnrLI find the nalei cir I the caue which first produced the disease. Bill of Complaint filed in this can<.t
nmtie to thou only who had |'lo\ed II wotl. and known ladies Irom other four arrivals of mail stages every week-that is, two months from the date of the publication of this order Innerarily within the period of two months ; and Thomas F. Martin i
Many or some cause,
...1.. I hud rrachfd the curt e.f many, Infnhrle.atttwwe imprudence from Tallahassee, and two from Jacksonville where will taken for eotifesied the said Santiago Innerarity within the period of six 11S. Altad.ment Jor Sln ON
.. take cold alter during which or the said Bill ne ,
Mr l bo bed bern heitlrd' of sore 4i .. or causes Boodin .
f. .e fonfuemtnl. with the mail from months in default thereof the said bill
the there connect steamers or of complaint 'ii' "
.ire1Ienc. nnd undethlHEALING stages it is her Ordered That publication
them .ind
(hw Malh, proclaimed its the I suppression of the ; and all simi against ; fur(
POWER. lar diseases, the LaditI' Relief Pills are an effectual Savannah to Jacksonville,thence direct I to my house.I of this order be made in some newspaperpublished may be taken as confessed by the said defendants THE defendant arid all other persons inrf( J ;

Knowtnf easy fttn eft. that h* had. by hit tklll irlencetmd remedy. They are a valuable during confinement I would remark to those who wish to come by their at Tallahassee, once a week for the space at ant! after the several periods limited to hereby notified of the institution -: ':
devititd an article' which would be of incalculable aperient his stable is with them this order. Providedthat this
provided respectively above suit
elltr"e. own conveyance: a plentyof in by attachmentand
mankind when the uieant wiuild be (ur.be !, or to correct a costive habit sick head. of four months.I are required to :v ;?II

vtriuet\ would be known and appreciau
the mesas are jmrfied ihs the nervous bloo. are the mildest, et the I will be spared to provide as good a table as I the C. G. FIFE Clerk. four months then continuouslyinnce a month for Dated January 2''th, A. D. 1343.JOHN .

On.4XI .f.VI t.\.U f'.fUPRFr.fR.fTIO.V suttm. > country can afford ; to those who have visited this 13 the term of two months in a newspaper published EKSKINE
Cllel..r : most certain aperient are harmless and March 31,1819.
.e. fuucdIncapable known.they) he knows it is useless about it. within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida.
jut the Unfit and iirrmUh of the land.epell'a'lt : innocent in their effect For young ladies who I| place to say ar.ytting ( Plaintifl'iAttorru'( ,

of dt deeencrmion or with aril ,' have to the and whose Those who are land of sporting will find any. Court of Probate, THO ,BALTZELL.. February 10. IS 19. 6 3m
l'AIU'olnl H. P "u"neDd'.11 hnpr".1, gr 3lh'e age \omanhuo quantity wild game, which this section abounds February 20.A D. lCH ID. Judge.C. .
Ner .bUI"i the hriter:bemute 11'1fpad..e., systerr are too feeble or forward the MARCH 21st, A. D. 1S43.
frcifitt' by a lontifc '*4n. The ku"led' u'restter. natural evacuations, the Ladies' bri. Pills are a in, and very near the premises, as deer are frequently n./DUP01'iT, Sol. for Compl't.i SIMON TOWLE. MABIAA'O D. ?..i:
and the l"te.1 Jiwnverlet of the art. b 1 through (he the hou. STATE OF FLORIDA-COU.NTI OF LEON. i
% ha.1 seen day quite near e. true copy : TOWLE &
efficient and who PAPY
t.iuCh. nto 1 requisition in the inanufxcture, of niedtta Il*! prompt remedy ; oh Idifi. If there should be any visiting here,and should William: G. Ponder Executor of") i I. R. HARRIS Clerk Gadsden Circuit Court. ,
k .'. hr root itlt well known to j: are about passing I the t ill derive -
>ri.CUfltAIOi nkt I. !" ta'lpriil.ufdlcmal |iropeiurt. and swine p""tralwt.en | I much benefit cilicalleriod ue of\ I these require medical aid, it can be had very near as rood the last will and (testament ot i By R. C. LESTER Deputy Clerk. __ Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,

are !Inert or ueIcss, and other, 'bleb If retained in preparing as the State can produce. Terms of fioaid moderate. Atchibald Graham, deceased} Petition for distribution March 3, 15.t!. 96mLiverpool formed association .. .
'in* I pills will to and assist nature an the Frj.
u.e. and acid which It ; they len'e krep up! HAVING *
"tat. theAn'l
1"d1U D. "
{urloui 1'ttw '11. the properties of 81""InlaF I ii: maintaining, a healthy action in the uterine t'unci T. THEZVA.N'TProprietor.Lower vs. Salt. will attend the several Conrts tt .;. .
*o ,i.Mtie./ 1)1\1. euiirely evaporate and lion for several longer. Mineral Springs E. I. ., May 5. 1I.49. Ponder John Swain Peter estate of John Middle Circuit of Florida and in the District C -
i years 1 :
.?iTsttoa.mlv: la if thine they), Ort experienced n.t prLterved in u.nl'.Urltll'by a tcmtifc. Mnrroer.these froctti. These pills are the result of much and long expe. j I III' Irienee Notice. Carleton, Isaac N. Cook and Graham. deceased. RECEIVED per Schooner Lucy Blake,600 Sacks of the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entru.:-."
'DI"1 Rachel his wife and Collin
vtittilt,frtnciplu. w Inch fly urTlfl vjHir. ur .ati eshalat and have long been used by the inventor with Salt. For sale by to their care will receive prompt attention.

'b. under heal are the'verb'....utlt. _ual properties iif the II' the happiest ami most t uniiersal success ; they are Months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. Graham heirs at law of John JOHN DENHAM. C3- Office in the Capitol.
fun' wtilrh fIt.| 1.II I 111 SIX Graham, deceased. 3st! March 1919.Pickled .
entirely ol vegetable subatai.cc They ot Piobate: in and for the County of L''on I, Newport, February 17, 1849. 7
Aa y j nnn can boil' m uiw the root till they ret a dark composed
ftqmd. ,hlch "mur("R Che ei.loriu( nmiif r in (he ntr clnf;j act favorably)', both as a mild apeiient and Ionic on for my disclurse flora the :\dmini trat. r hip upon IT being made to appear to this Court !hat Collin I

rrora itt thine, "Ia' : .Ui.t Cn then tiram Ihit limpid, or vapid; 'I all constitutions, and without injury to any. They the goods chattels, and estate of)f Thomaj Knight, Graham one of the defendants named in the said Mullet. Notice. !

SjeId.APAR1MA.a" a F.XTKACTt/r"!11 I.atuluIii..eI..SYULT.But.nd then call urh it u 1.01"SAR-the have been prepared with great care, and are indeed deceased. ROBERT: BUTLER, Adm'r. petition (if he is still I in being,) resides beyond the ,-T A BARRELS No. I PICKLED MULLET of months after date I shall

an>r'. I".a n at thsGENT.L'E what their name implies, Ladies', Reliel Pills. Many March 211S49. 12-Cia limits tithe State Florida, but within the limits *J\J the first catch, and in fine order. SIX of Probate for the apply to The t'-t :
County JeOrst .
OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S testimonials of their efficacy could be produced, cf the United States: // ta therefore Ordered That For sale low uy McNAUGHT & ORMOND. letters ot dismission as Fiecutcr : : I

SAlUtATARlLLA.Tin I but a few only will be given a: the public will be Court of Probate--Leon County.In Ihe said defendant, Collin Giaham, do appear and Newport, November 25, IS-Is. 19 Mathers, late of said deceatd.SOLOMON cf. William --.* i
"It to preire, their value '
better able to appreciate alter they have the matter of the estate > AT CHAMBERS answer ----- ---- f
nm rrmoveil.r' thine ; odiecoiiilne.tod MATHERS .
f..t.,.. ery cajwhle 'I' them- Ladies, this medicine i ii offered ou the date of t the first publication of t this order,01 ht Tobaccos.
of oven deceased. 1
mnuulon. 'it eiinictcil and rejected; then every pi ) of Lester Crook, 3 April 11.1S4U. Jefferson County, February lOp tS49. 6 6m j
rwrr.tU or inrdicat Mrtuo i% trcured m a pur' Had concentratednnii !! that >m) may in a great measure become your own wis the Complainant's petition may bo taken as FULL manufactured Tobaccos
the of William supply ,just received -
; and, thu. I I'rrndrnd >ncpafile<<.HiMinranjr lit "alu-- Ph>sician.,and thereby relieve yourselves of ON petition Bailey, security, confessed bv said defendant. Provided, That this A
ab.e I many that Luke Moore administrator said and fur nle byMcNAUGHT LEWIS & AMES
ai l.ealtnt"" this" May luiul the praying ,
'II"II ffltiio 11. crdcr be week for the term flf four ,
of those diseases from which the male part of the published once a
( in the t
estate be to lieu
.I..erlll.lrll required give new security in
human Each box contains months in some published in the County DEALERINDRUGS.
inuiiniRrnble iliscae race are exempt thirty- newspaper
of petitioner or in default thf'recHhit said Moore be Ne-.tport, March 10, 1349. 10
Tlence the ma* h\ hear uiuicmlaliiinii tide three box. of Leon and State( aforesaid.
.1' .. 11 rry pills-price $1.00 per removed said MEDICINES, PAINTS OIL
fiom administration
appearing ((0
ta li.Uvn byui"". "/UteD. and thUd'CD.'e Cnd It domrWiMiueri sale JAMES E. BROOME,
in tlie cv.r" 01' Kept fo by the satisfaction of this: Court that said Luke Moore, WHITE SPRING, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, ic., Winitow GlaupAi.vrtRs' !
F 0. Welch. Diuegisf !Baker Ga. Judge of Probate.
co.vxr.vrr/o.v. 1)) *"'F1SM. "nd /.irr.K COM j : Albany. county, admini'tralcraforesaid ol the e t.te of Lester Crook
PL.4L 7' ",ul 'f RIif.V.1T1.V. CIW"UI PJLFS.ceriv&.vsN : | E. Seixas IrutistThomsvihleGa. March 21, IS.JO. 124rnNotice. HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA. sncsHEs AND COLOR,
silt cvr.i.vt.ucs resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida or Apothecaries Glass Ware Ac.
"'Li:$. tll.UCTIir and I.l< arnctu.a* .rl"1 FJL'PTiC.PI.t frm I'I Hamilton W. Sharpe, Sharpe's Store Low tidescounty in l$ the Eastern Ciicuit of Florida or conceals him- T lIE undersigned respectfully inform the public rpHE above constantly on hand,and for sale at th
IMPURITY THE BLOOD.It Ga. that they have leased this Spring for a team of JL *
01' I self, so that notice of said petition cannot be served lowest market prices.
|_M.'ii 'I marveilout. I in al."Ila.OI.'I.II'. frmututgtitM. I S.iuleston., DrusistMonticollof i Fla. upon him : ]t is theiefore Ordered, That the said Months after date, 1 shall apply to the Hon. years. The mineral properties ol the water are so LEWIS .
*.from .1tutr. : ,/Me Sl.".. "- !I ij:.Barnard J r., biuggist, Tallahassee, Fla. Luke Moore administrator as aforesaid, do I of Probate for the County of Jefferson for generally known that it i is needless to say anythingon Tallahassee November AJIES.
tM f.! W. Brinbon Brother C. II.
old ('e: aid hnd..enid rbilU und but flathei over the b II & Druggists, Madison and annvers.id petition within four months from the hitters of dismission as Executor of Esther Korne- that subject.To .

bkt Out tu equal la Cat.and Couftt ; and prulli.e ,y) j Fla. date of the first publication of this order or the said gay, late of I'a id County, deceased. t those afflicted with Rheumatism,Scroffula.Dis-

McloratiAa. I b rout aid. cud 1..li.ever) |.nplfti.a rtUilnj ttr. iuro uf tLelangi. :: And by t'' e inventor, at the Mineral Springs, petit it ion may be taken iorconkssedarid the prayer JOSUUA TAYLOR, Senr., Executor. pepsia, and the thousand ills which mortal are heirto MILLER & BROKAW'S

List in nuihirt' i i us ,\c.llne.|l l"f. If mtnlfe.tly teen and ael.cac < Lowndes county, Ga. thereof granted : ProvidcdThat copy ol I this order March 2.1, 15.19. 12-6m we would respectlully suggest that they try its Livery & Sale Stable

kowl U.atijn I all kmri and Itr.o .f I be published once a week for (our months in virtues-believing from its many almost miraculouscures ,

.. .... '\ ,'5"jPLAINTS.g4 MADISON COUNTY. some newspaper published in the City of Tallahassee. T.OTIL'E IS IIERI nGn'EX to all whom ; effected by its use that they also will be simih TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. __

tf-the 0rr&reS"u .co Painful Mrttl lrrrfr' I S.oml time about eight JAMES E./ ROO.lE. l'i it may concern. that I have this day filed in''I 'ly bent'fittell And we say to all who visit this subscribers have moved to their
iif i
years ;
perimlt. up fire-prcof
like ago -
etlectual THE
.enrtr(all lbs f.nul.f JTu>sey I lb .; a.1. I which was the necond !lime !that I had done iO.I .- Apnl! !U.1S43._ 15 __ Judse_of Probates._ the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the coun- Spring,that in the event I that they are not benefited Stables and take this opportunity to in
By rrinotinc ."*. aod irruiatlnj the general .ytteui. Shortly alter the last miscarriage I was ty of Jeffei son. Middle Circuit of 'Ihe State of Florida alter a fjir trial, there will be no charge for boar form their friends and the public
compelled the
it ,i I.., I"". stmu tu the w'hole and thu i to Just Received t in behalf of Andrew. in find ,generally
all furmt ofNert'OII ale body I lie out in the woods all night from the r Indians, which a petition Moore right The seekers of pleasure will here a delightful fact. Being thankful for the liberal patronago they
A T LEWIS AMES' Thug Store fresh ot his wile, Rachel Ann Moore one of the heirs at while their time.
dit>ea.c. and debility, Caused me to take cold. n hich roused on obstruction a supply place to away have heretofore received!. they solicit a continuance
'I, pr\11 rrtievet$ a f raat vitriety of other maladies, ,I of I the monthly evacutions, which entirely J.New and Valuable Medicines-.niung which law of Ebepezer Folsom for late of said County, decea. .' The Hotel having been renovated, and the rooms of the same, and pledge themselves to
ffntt ," ... J."J >.st. filia fleece S.ot.if peared about three years ago. Since then disap.// are the fohIwingDR.SPENCEIl'S : sed, who died intestate, time partition ci'tne neai made comrortaou anti supplied _;th !..>* furuitu, fur he accommodation of those who spare no pain
tfitfftit Catnltit. ilc.U and slaves of the estate of the said Kbene- sati..faction. may patrcni
1. property we hope togive general
been subject violent attacks of fits.n ._._ VEGETABLE: PILLS AND RES. them. Their Stables situated
tlnod.cxcitet the liver Ir healthy aciion. epileptic, .. I zer Folsom, deceased, and that I IiIl! apply to the Our for to are on Washington
tnr .1 arrangements supplies&c.aresuch as
UM ttQuiacb.and gives good dieeitiuo. '. i: some two monins mce, i untamed three boxes of mrtvnrp_ _... ;.wrr.'nDesigned u. Square, in the most convenient part of the town, and
nl.velbe 9 .
.wlo| and the cnnttipalion! aliajt ,, puril.the" akin j I! Dr. Tarvin's Ladieb' Relief PilN, and thty have relicved for, and will cure. Dyspepsia Liver Complaint Court on the Third Monday in June next lor the appointment enable us to keep as good a table as can be found in for comfort and convenience, they cannot be sur
of Commissioners
.tiidises| otik. d. t I to make partition of Ihe South. I
Dually all cirutaUID the rUIrio. ( te waruitb I me om those unpleasant diseases above mentioned I'ilescrofula.? Jaundice-and all kindred I parsed bv any Stables in the Southern
body the in r law. countiy.
( |npirktion; re- I said estate according to Monticello. March 3. The stable will be provided with the best provender -
hits all rtrictum ncd tigblnesg, rtniovei all oiisiructumi, aud and from experimrntal knowledge e I wMiidrecomrrend diseases resulting Irom a disordered stomach or impure November IS, 1S4S. ISW.
Iiiic'.ruI.. the ., IbtO. THOS. JEFK. HEIR that the country atords, and with attentive __
.nLNlcrW"UI lt m. 1 not tint thra I them to all my female 'friends alilic.tion stale of blood.

The medicine you prc-cmlneuily) nerd t and I do think, fr'f I lie experience 1 Ila\l has, I DJ. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES. Solicitor for Petitioner. oslleu.I GAITHER BURGESS
March 10 IS-.I!!!. Ill3mNotice. & CO
But can a of Passengers from Tallahassee and Jacksonville
ay t be
aid of 3. P.
Ib.elhifrl Town-euU' liferW they
are worthy ot all that is claimed for them. The safest t. most effectual and pleasant preparation I ,
ari>elet Thin younr ni i,'. IQold i 0 nut I I. '* : meet with no inconvenience in getting from Alligator -
I MOLEY before the public, for the radiction uf Wo
COMPARED WITH THE OLD DRS. OVERSTREET. : tveuuaof one UUA.NDKICl'; that the one INCAPABLE I do hereby certify that the above certificate is literally Children or Adults.;
I Months after date I will apply to the Hon.
of 1t-IEI10RA1.IS. and flora : HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, !, SIX bring them without any delay.
nR true my own kn\ledge. Will a ud < of Probate for;Gad"dt'n County for letters Board will be moderate.
rnr.vE.NT Consumption' and all
SPOLh. cases
the "th"r DOfji : .n.ri'' ,,. and Hotting tAt GEO. t. OVERSTREET. of dimis.ion Iron the administration of the estate of SAM. BUFFINGTON, Jr. ----
"" Colds Asthma Spitting ot lord Puns in the
tUu C.OU II Into frugiiaents; the .our. acid liquid eiplo Madison County, Fla., near Hamilton,Apiil Side, James II. Gibson, deceased. CHARLES E. RYAN. Dealers in Western Produce
.rl. .4 daimiinp other r un4a l : Mu I .t not this horrible com 23d, 14J.About Shortness of Breath and all other Pulmonary Complaints. ,
R. E. GIBSOdm'r..
fxtnnd poUonout tu the .' April 7.IS 19. 14-4wlam3m
h aetd o'2
1)111 1-llt pal t"U a Poydras Street. New Orleans.
aJrifdy 4ntattJ March 10. 1S49. 1060Notice.
rfitrm \ .ja bnt Feb.
iJo I Cun.I } | -ALI 0- 3, 1S-19. 5 6m

au'. 'bat we iiutchlefi not all U prnduret that w 1 1 hen' (11, oar palpi-tuuii- ten)'far ago, and shortly I after confinement, DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS Notice.

C\if toe heart, liver eum"lunl diarrhoea,healburn.tytentery. colic, I look cold which brnuht on irregularity and obstruction Well known as a &(1'. Certiin, and Effectual Cure SIX months after date I will apply to the Hon. For New York.

baruur corruptliui In the of the hlu4' I f ( bet ) acid of the monthly evacuations accompanied for Fever and Ague' Chills and Ft Intermittent S IX months after date,I shall apply to the Hon. ; of Probate for Leon county, for Letters of
booj en rrn|"iiont body of the produce tfcald all the t>alt homo which. !> I with Lencocrhcca, or Whitel; from that time, my j and all other Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-fee Judge probate for the county ot Jer. rson.lor Dismission from the administration of the estate of

<*ueiai. \b'l K"elline*. I.n. bore Hea. all ulceraliont Rhtlm In->' health gradually d clncd. until I was brought to avery I Cent prr Box. letters dismission as administratrix de bonis non Norborne T. Taylor dec. H. B. BRADFORD

&l and external 1 It I notnini under heavnn. bat an aw 1 I low state uf h so that I was scarcely ableto The above Medicines iiesh and genuine are for \\ith the will annexed, of Jeremiah Johnson late of Auril H. t lvt!) 15

"lblc.t., more or.ieik.Vbat b unr;. and thus tunilt all the fluid of I get about. I took medicines from several Pb\,i- sale by LEWIS & AMES, said countvdeceased. MARY S. JOHNSON.
add fluid. uu.i KheumatKiii but a tour or clans and found but lit relief until Jefferson County.April 7th, 1&33. 14 Notice.SI u'I''I
which I began
ininuat iurif i between tbe Jfii and el>e- lit to as- Tallahassee, Fa. _.__ 'T'HE REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between
It wbere.I imtitirt and liirtuni'Df' the drlc.t! tiuuet. upun wh.cb sume a pale, sickly appearance, and the leant exer. For certificates of recommendation, and other information A months after date, I snail apply to the lIon. JL New York and St. Marks and will
Iron Newport
ocraned acts drealac." of Ot"ou...,and dt nearly*ii.."all< | the impurity,ailineoU) of the which blood affltCf ol lion caused my neck veins to throb and I had a concerning the above Medicines.see future orable Judge Probates for the County of Gads- commence running at the opening of the fall ,tndt

human IlltU'. shortness of breath, until fometinje last DecemberI advertisements, and pamphlets! which may be obtained A FULL ortment of Iron,2 to 7 inches wide, den for letters of di mili lon as Executor on the estate and continue throughout the entire vear, m:

Now I. it out oorribl to mike and MIl!] and -a.UrI obtained from Dr. Tarvin some of his Ladies' Relief of the Agents. 40 kegs Nails assorted sizes of Samuel Strickland dec'd. late of said county.H. Brig WARCALLA, Josselyn, Mar

lo ..thu FERMKNTIXG.} : ACID .' Pillt and I do hereby certify that I have found March t S. S4S. 35 Just t received and lor sale byMeNAUGLIT H. STRICKLAND, Executor. OCILLA, Trim, do. ,
SU1LoiG. COMPOUND"OF more relief from them than medicine I have & ORMOND. "
S. P. TOWSND any ev. January, 1949. 4 LUCY, Hosmer, do.
er takenand would therefore recommend them Medicines &c. Newport. March 10. 149. 10 "
sad he wnuM to Drugs SUWANNEE
yet fain tnt i It unuVrtlo that Old Itr. Jacob Clark, do. (new,)
Tow Btend'l ftn females in similar situations Pure of "
e/ hit inferior .tr .O"'rif lr.parU.U.IMITATION Flour Sugar Potatoes &c. Sulphate Quinine. WACISSA, Perry, do. (new.)
eiv.i forbid that. ..thriiild l"il in HODGES.I EDWARD BARNARD, JR., subscribers have on hand two hundred and These Brigs are built in the most substantial nmai-

tear the mist Jin, 'nireM-biance. 1 t. an P.Towctand'i article vhlcb.ridc would.' hereby certify that the above statement,made 'HAS received, by the late arrivals, a 1U 1 A BBLS. and 10 half Bbll.llupl"rfinc Flour. THE ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which they net expressly for this trade, and are commanded 1 by>

sad w uf bleb should brine; duw n U|>un the Old Or.tuch a looualil by iny wife Stricter, is just and true, this 14th Dec. addition to his stock of GENUINE 10 do. Whiskey, have obtained direct from the manufacturers, and careful arid experienced Captains. Freight and pa**
complaint! sad cr1fll"t"nl frur Ageia who hae told. 1349 A. HODGES 10 half Dbls. do. at the lowest rates. .. .
purchasers w bo". u.d OKnd't FtRMLM'l.SG p. DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of Bbls. they will warrant it to be a superior article. sage Agents.COE -
5 Vacuum Process"
OOHPUUND. r.lo Lowudes County, CGOlh Dist., G. 11. whIch are of good quality, low for Cash.on Sugar We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines ANDERSON & CO..

V We P. ..1 it aldehC} bectnte it it the aiia/au rruO, tint .\ ,on hand a general assortment 01 the following 4 Kegs Butter, by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute 10 Beaver street, New York.
sod Old Dr.Jacob 4 Bales Gunny Bags, I
Towntend't Satafarilla which are warranted viz orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail JOHN DENHAM.
are aM*' apart, cad ,_ genuine, :
.id } .tt, tmtmittr that A CAItU. 2 Boxes Oranges,
they an nnLU 'D enrjr paiuular, harkcruotone tine! ; - Houck's Pdnecea RowanJ's Improved Tonic Mix- on the most accommodating terms. [ McNAUGHT i. ORMOND
Received Tallahassee and for sale
."c. a - DR. W. J. TARVIN has located for the pre-ent : lure, Wistar'* Balsam of Wild Cherry, Brandreth'a per : by We have also a few accounts yet due to us for the I Newport.

chemtat.no I""G tihsrfntc.iflhsi-knows u BO doctor, and never wat, I. BO and Fall at the Mineral Springs on the Pills Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic Camphor McNAUGHT & ORMOND. year 1S47. They are generally in small amounts, Newport, August 12, ISIS. 4
DO more of medicine March <
dit- Newport 1O.1S49.OSpring >
Me'tbaoj any other common, uotoenufic, napru/eittonal/ o man. Withlacoochee River eight mile below Troupville, Worm, Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Holland's: but if the whole could be paid shortly it would go
what iraat5 can the public hive that Lowndes County Ga., where he will practice Celebrated towards OMtain which Salt and Rice.
|*aalae eieotlfie medicine. they a.re receiving( a on Feverand Ague Remedy,Lucenia Cordial and Summer Clothing. far liquidating sums we owe.

Uln aId In lpariiic it.and cnntalninK which are all incapable the virtuetof of the Chronic diseases principally. He has just receiveda Thompson's Eje Water, McMunns Elixir of Opium, & STIMMAN are now receiving a.. LEWIS & AMES. FOR sale,to arrive in Brig Fiorina,

"I' alight reudtr tlieiu UM AGEXT& of fi& e & cbarel choice selection of medicines.direct, from Savannah. Sands Sarsaparilla Turner's Fever and Ague Pilil.Tyler' CLARK but select assortment ol SPRING AND April 29, IS-IS. 41 Sacks Liverpool Salt.
Ualth. 0 Persons afflicted with
Eruptive diseases, scald ditto Gordon's Billioua and 26 small
Cat what elM thnald b expected (r"n whnknowi headhiIe old AntiDyspeptic.Pills SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a few articles -: Take Notice. packages Carolina Rice.
lo( medicine diteate'.one nnth welling, ulcers gore l legs, &.C., female Beckwilh's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, Peters' andSpencer' such McNAUGHT & OEMONI7.

e CD.rU"rI,1. 1 cook axd o serve' up even htrequirea a common, a decent| -roa diseases, dropsy, and other old chronic affections Pills and 1 is Agent for S. P. Townsend's as THE subscribers respectfully request their cns- Newport,January 27, 1S49. 4

..fltcture How hutch lure luiporlacl ii thai the pertuat w ho man that should' think proper to place themselves celebrated Sarsaparilla in quart bottles, at $1 1 per Drills :Drap d'Ete to call and settle their accounts imme-

medicine, dedraed fo under his care, will be apt to he well satisfied with bottle. Also, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from Cashmerettes, Marseilles, Ac. diately, as they have engagements at the North Land For Sale.
WUJ well the .AKD !EJFEEILJ STSTXU8: his treatment. This mineral water has made many pine Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable for the Suitable lo manufacture, and to be disposed of for which must be met promptly, and earnestly hope | A R.1RE

.aa of atcurinf and .di omcentntine propertiet n heallnr plant the best cures of Dypepsia Gravel Rheumatism, i.c.,and he sick or ordinary use than that usually sold London CASH, and CASH ONLY,at moderate profits ; and their friends will aid them in so doing, or they will CHAXCEt

.1 human aa exuni.knuwledeeoflhe ant! vanoui dueaet which.inurl.affect hopes by his assistance that they will cure many Porter, &c., &c. would cordially invite their old Iriends and customers be compelled to place their claims in the hands of THE land known as the "Overstreet Tracf,* 9

l It la mast I"m. b.w upon to the adapt remediet to these dl.. .! more. Dr. Tarvin will cure negroes afflicted with June 10, 1843. 47 to call and purchase. an Attorney for collection. north of Tallahassee, nejr the Tbcma-

rvtiadvd "auc). "kindle be;ufrot".at.despairing I pour balm Into chronic diseases, by contract for an interest in them. Tallahassee March 17, IS-I!. 11 N. n.11 unsettled accounts closed from this yule toad, adjoining Gov. Era net's plantation, containing

,,iwr. health and bloom. and vr-r; ..n\lh.crathad bowmi.and brokea. u- This location is remarkably healthy.! ETX.IXSUIU CE COMPANY, date, March 3d, 1S49. 7 or 500 acres. Will be sold low, and OB

a.HOl'CIlT aid a bauuh and Inrtrmitr rOUA that the U .1 IIJ ACXBTOW.\8E.\U' and) i May 5,184'J.Nature' HARTFORD, CONN. Bagging, Rope, and Salt. CLARK & STILL tAN. satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For

opportunity) meant 1 bras March 3.1819. 9-lOw further particulars apply to E Bainard Tallahassee,
Brig and other vessels
Grand UiiiToroal. Concentrated own Remedy for Bowel Complaints TilE undersigned having lately been appointed RECEIVED per Bagging or DANIEL LADD, New Purl.

Ih'medy agent in this vicinity, will insure Buildings 200 co.ils Thomas Jeff. Heir, Jan. 13,1549. :2 tf

w thla the reach,and ti the knowledge of alt who U"that TilE l ltl Root I specific remedy for Bloo- and Stocks against loss by fire on the most fa Rope, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT -
Ret 600 sacks Salt for sale LAW
ihey tMT liars fc.d b.", by joyful 1.rtenu.| lu 1 Flux, Durrhrea Dysentery, .c. It is the vorableterms. Persona who wish to renew their insurance Liverpool by Tax Collector's Sale.
Traiiaceiideiit J'ou'.r tu Heal. simplest, yet the most certain and safe JOHN DENHAM. IT17ILL. practice in the Cite lit Court in each
discovered, a few hours will be sufficient remedy to ever with this Company can do ko on application Newport November 19. lS4g. IS : V County of the Middle Circuit and in the Supreme B virtue of the authority vestel in me by law I
gold wholrsale} and retail by most( violent cane. It was tint discovered cure to R. B. POST. Court and United States District Court a have this day levied upon, an3 will expose for

THOMPSON SKILLMAN( & CO., by I the Chuochee Indians for Bowel Complaints and with used Tallaha-we, April 7th, 18-19. 14-tf Notice. Tallsbassce. sale, belore the Court House, in the city of Talla

102 Nassau street, New York. eminent success, and by them the use ol this very State of Florida.--Monroe County.Smith SIX Months after date the undersigned will apply Monticello, January 20, 18-1S. 2S hassee, on t the first Monday in June next,the following

ADd valuable root was made known to the whites. This the lIon. Judge of Probate for Leon County property,or so much thereof as will pay the Sfa''

bl LEWIS & AMES, plant flourishes in the valleys of Western Georgia, Mowry, ) for letters of dismission as Administrator of the Medical Notice. and County Taxes due by the owners thereof for tha

Agents, Tallahassee. and North Carolina It is 1.. > BILL IN CHANCERY.Joseph Estate of John Smith deceased late of said year 1848, to wit :
j .
neatly put up, ready for, LaWlon. ) county. H. C. W1RT ),. D. :. L. CALL, M. D. Lot Nos.10 and
April 21 1549. part of 173, and 76,0. P., w
IG-ly ule. in ounce papers,sufficient to cure several cases; PATRICK SMITH! Administrator. WHIT & CALL have associated themselves:
-- --- to bv affidavit that Lawton DRS. 152, N. A. of Tallahassee, belonging to jicdaPeeler. --*
appearing me
at ftO cents per paper. IT Joseph March 10. 1549. 10-6m the practice of Medicine Surgery, &.c., and .
Rail Road Notice. For Hale by W. Brinson & Brother. Madison C. H., defendant in the bill filed in the above cause, resides offer their services to the
Fla. ; E. Siexas, ThomasvilleG-.,S. Pulestoti, Mon. out of the State of Florida, and in Europe: Help Help Help Office over Drug Store Monticello, Florida. Lots Nos. 81, 82, S3, S4. and 85, K. A. of city of

ticello, Fla., and by E. Barnard, Jr., Druggist.Talla- It it Ordered, That said defendant appear and answer subscriber most respectfully calls on his cus- August 5, lS4S 3 ly Tallahassee,belonging to Charles F. Mercer.
the said bill TIlE JAMES W. SHERWOOD.
e within the time
a basset Fla. prescribed by law, who are in arrears for 1847 and '4S, to

_____ 8! Ma) 5,1S49. 18-3m otherwise it shall be taken pro confmo. It it further lend a helping hand by calling and paying, by the Gunny Cloth and Rope. Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon CoaatjNovember. -

Ordered, That a copy of this order be 10th of March .18.1S4S. 18 Vs
!ts next the amounts
hereby given to rUblilih. they respectivelyowe.
I : NOTICE Rail ed in some newspaper printed in tbe State 0 FRESH supply just received and for sale by
.; Talabalee Road Company !Ibit on S. S. KNIGHT month foi nine months. McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Groceries &c.
once a ,
'Vrne.d'1, day of June next, an election will He sincerely! trusts that this notice will not be disregarded .
I the Office of the Company inTallahassee. Wholesale! &; Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer JOS. B. LANCASTER by any but that all will call,and thus enable Newport March 10, 1840. 10 1 fif BAGS RIO COFFEE
Key Vcst,March 29.A. D. 1849. So.Cir. Fa. lit) St.
for even Director to the affairi Judge him to continue his present business. 8 do. Domingo do.
,' of
.j Company (or twelve month manage Irom that dte. lid TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Ticot. F. KING Sol. for Comji. Those who disregard this notice will after the Confectionery and Bakery. 5 do. White( Java do.

I R K. CALL Prel. T. R. Co. KEEPS: constantly on hand,and offers for sale at a A true copy from the minutes : time vpecified.be called on by one duly authorized HENRY KINDON would inform his friends and 2 do. Brown do. do.

I :.\ ,.. Tallahanee, April ', 1S49. 3m-14 (Sentinel. advance on cost, for cash, all the tand- w. c. MALONEY, rierv. to act ia the matter.: generally, that he has on hand and 2 BbU. crushed Sugar,

ard articles in his line. Flouts of approved qual April 1-1. --15 By R. L. lucas D. C.itionit D. C. WILSON. is constantly manufacturing,CANDIES of all kinds, 2 Boxes Loaf do. :

\ ities-Sugars, Colleen. TriLl, Bacon, Hams, Pork, -Sale.--- February 10,1S49. <6 J such as: Gwhen Butter, Box, and Pine Apple Cheese, Sope-

f Now Opening Soap, Candles, Lard, and all similar article*-together PEPPERMINT LEMON DROPS. perior Family Flour, Cider, and White Wine 'I'-

p and tee a general aworttnrnt of with Fruits, Irjsh Potatoes, Onions,.Nutt, T undersigned being desirous moving to the Long Cottons wanted. CINNAMON LEMON CANDY. gar.Codfish. Herring. Chocolate, Candies, Saocrf,

COME Dry, and Staple Good, Raisins, Figs, Almonds,and all other article usually Western country offerg his place for sale consisting WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY; Pickles, Almonds, Figs, Table Salt, ic. Ac.

s ItaU,) Ready Blade Clothing, found !in similar eitabli.htnenU. of 398 acres i ( land-about 80 acres cleaied Kf\f\ BALES RoUer-gir.ed Sea Island Cotton HOARHOUND ; Received per brig Suwannee, and for sale' *?

$ .Bouue.. BU, Crkr Claus. Store next door above G. II. Meginniss', on Monroe and in a high state of cultivation, and under a good be tsUvs given by are wanted, for which S.the 10'.full BURNEY.value will And various others, among them several that are McNAUCHT & 0RMOD.NewportMarch .

.. oJ \a street. lenre. There is on the place about 120 acres of as useful for colds coughsand i i. prepared to manufacture 10. 1849. 10 _

.I \0. S. BURNEY.. April 2 1849: .17 ly good tobacco land as.the county can boast of, a tolerably February 17, 19-19. 7 any, and all kinds thai may be ordered. both -

- 4 Arli '7th. 1R49.. 14 V -.. .--good-.. .-.e dwelling-house. .t,..tob_ .t'to.barD.,4 ,.and g.e?_all_ V Notice. wholesale IL. ? ..T.and, .....retail.n.....,!_ ,.. ,.. .,y n! Pn1Ifl' tfl .1I .t. I ..C Vsi V