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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: June 2, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY MAXELL & HILTON. TALLAHASSEE, FA., SAMMY, JUNE 2, 184D. VOLUME MO. 22.

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THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL I Sec. 5. .ind be it furffier enacted, That every free' ury of the United States ton the manner which the i @ t that met her eye every time Alice-feeling in waiting so long for i; or there was 4'flness s :
white male inhabitant ibote the of aforesaid sum shall have been expended. \l i 1 I '
age
twenty-one conscious of her looked from herwork charm in that web wotcn
a by holy
II EVERY f ATCRPAV. gaze- up ,
I'BLtlnn the hand l
"ealho shall h:1'e: been a resident of said Territory SEC. 1: And be further enacted That inhabitants THE GIRL t
at the time of Ihe passage of this shall be of the said Territory shall be entitled lo AND' T ANGELS. marked bow wearily the heavy which brought Alice rttihj more wih 4 :(

. I' TERMS : entitled to vote at the first eKtin. ac. be el- all the rights, privileges and immunities heretofore Sleep, saintly one! sleep sleep nn l lids drooped over the aching eyes, and yet eje. better payment and 'more time to complete' .j '

Tit net DOLLARS per annum. ;paid in jdvance. i igible to any office within Territory ; but granted and secured to the Territory Wisconsin And, waking,find poor thy labors done.-C. LAMB.; never dreamed of the deception which had them in. The only thing that makes us sad I

THREE; AND A HALF, tf paid ,within six months. the qualifications of voters and of holding officeat and to its inhabitants; and the laws in force in !the been practised, in love to soothe and allay her I in ,this and beautiful legend ,that the I -iJ
ONCE simple \
FOUR DOLLARS, if 1 not paid until the end of I heyear. all subsequent elections, shall be such as shall be Territory of Wisconsin at the date of the admission upon a time there lived in a far off i

09-These terms will be rigidly adhered to, and I presciibedby the legislative assembly: Prodded, of the State of Wisconsin shall continue to be valid country place, the, nan of which has long fond anxiety; and the girl was well content age of such like ,miracles! should have passed J I 1{

no paper will be discontinued until all arrearage are That the right of and holding office shall and operative therein, so far a the same be not incompatible line passed into a young girl, ,whom t that it should be so. away. And yet, fear not, ye poor and suffer, ;i !
: be exercised only by citizens of the United States, with the provisions of this act, subjectnev'erthtless so happened that about she i children of toil be and
paid, unless at the option of the publishers. Subscribers xveshall call Alice/with an mother de. I noon, as sat ing I-only gentle pure- t)
be received for three months at One and those who have declared, on oath their intention ,to be altered, modified,or repealed,by her aged spinning in the porch, the new land- bearted that girl-trust JU she trust. \ il !
wi said pendent upon ,exertions for their sole cottage a young j
Dollar months at '$1 50. Every order for the: to become such, and shall have taken an oathto t he governor and legislative assembly of the support l lord ,
out of this must accompanied with t rupport the constitution! of the United States and Territory Minnesota; and the laws of the United And although at all periods they fared passed that way on horseback, and was ed-pray a she prayed a'nd te., store that ( ;

the paper cash, unless the county order comes bp through an of our the provisions of this act. States are hereby extended over and declared to ben hardly enough, and sometimes even wanted struck with her sad and wearied: looks ; for Heaven, in its own good time,-i deliver you.History < :;,i

regularly authorized agents in the State. ) Sec. 6. .Ind be it further enacted. Tat the legislative i force in said Territory so faras the same, or any Alice never suffered herself be cast o late she had toiled even beyond her strength, 'I t
l power of the Territory shall to all p provision thereofmay be applicable. down and this additional almost too : '
her fatigue was ofthe Horse. Arabia f.h I ,
whole
placing trust in Him who 1 general
Sec. 13. And be enacted That the i
further leg-
rightful of lation consistent with the
A D"ERTIEMEYT8vm constitution subjects of the United lcgi States, and the provisions i slatiye assembly of the Territory of Minnesota !hal "termer the wind to the shorn lamb." And much for her. But sti that stern man said l ly claimed as the native locality of the horse, { ,,

be inserted at t the rate of One Dollar per square ot f this act ; but no law be passed interfering hold its first session at Saint Paul ; and at said frt when better days came again, who so glad within bimself It ever so with the poor, and the animal of that country has teen regarded -; J j f:1 J : ,

of twelve lines for the first, and fifty cents fo each with the primary shal the soil ; no tax shall session the governor and legislative assembly and thankful! as that young girl ?' t they when obliged to do so, and it as a model of perfection of the species. ,

subsequent insertion. A reasonable deduction be imposed upon the'property of the United States; l"ocate and establish a temporary seat of governmentor i is ajust punishment for their improvidenceand Sirabo who wrote than f fgo .
1,800
It be all more years a* ',
will be made on legal notices, estate n"ticel,yearly nor shall the lands or other property of nonresidents said Territory at such place a they ray deem may very pretty and picturesque idleness at other times. And ;-
1 notices without alteration, by persons having be taxed higher than the land or other property eligible; and shaJ. at surh time a they shall see for poets and artists to picture to themselves added yet, he asserts that the horse did not then flourish ) f

regular accounts with the office. of residents. All the laws passed by the legislative proper, law the manner of locating the cermanentseatofgovernment peaceful scenes of rural lovliness, in the a moment after, as he turned his horse's i in Arabia, and it is asserted by those who j j' I

.JIlL announcements of candidates for ofE. FIVE: l assembly and governor shall be submitted to p of said Territory by a foreground of which head, half lingeringly, .she. is very young have: examined the subject, that he did not at. 4 !
they "
COLLARS-invariably in advance. t the Congress of the United States, and if disapproved vote ol (the people. And the sum of twenty thousand generally place some t oo. tain $
to considerable! of
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will be paid to any order for announcement,unless shall be and of no effect. dollars, out of any money in the treasury not happy village maid, sitting in the cottage Alice looked at the sound of any degtee 'ueriori.! I
accompanied with the cash. nul otherw ue appropriated, is hereby appropriated and porch at the *uns t hour, and up retreating t ly there till several centuries after i i' ;
singing
All religious, marriage, and obituary notices pub. Sec. 7. Audit further enacted. That all township g to said Territory of Minnesota,to be applied l at her wheel mciily footsteps, but too late for her to catch the hall I period. It is certain that, since the time of .' J.

lished gratuitously; but editorial notices for pri. wise, district, and for county ofcer not hertin other b jy rntt governor and legislative assembly,to the erec glad-hcarted damsels; even as bright-cyed and relenting glance, or it might have encouraged I Mahomet great attention has been'paid thereto : ,
of
Tate benefit, will be charged a advertisements. the pro\'ide sal appointed or elected as (tion of Kuitable public buildings at the seat of gov our own times take up her to ask an extension of the time I the of the horse '
and
cse may ,in manner n shall be provided their sewing only as a pleasant lobe alotedheray breeding to the culti. .
ernment. excuse
by the and assembly of the even if it were but one sin day! ration of the
legislative qualities fleefness and j j
silent docility,
go\'eror dele- and alone
JOB WORE. Sea. 14. Andbeit further enacted That that they in ,
1 indulge
may but he had
Territory Minesola. The governor shall nominate passed on ere the timid girl could I endurance. But whatever bo i
I
:W. are well prepred to execute Job Work, such and, by and with the advice and consent of the rate to the House of Representatives of the United sweet and gentle musiugs. But let us not banish from hermind the may said of 4i j "
State*, to serve fri the of two be fearful remembranceof t Arabian stock it i is better than that i i.
term
years may no of the
.bill, cards, blnks. pamphlets,fcc., with neat. legislative council, appoint officers not herein forget that that which is to the few his 't
al of former
elected pasttime
by t the to elect members harshness.
work of this voter qualified best English American. When the
I1e d.spat description, otherwise provided for ; and the first instance the be to the or two I .
except for persons bavin yearly accounts with L alone said office, who the legislative assembly, \ho shall be entitled to the may many a weary and never ending Is there nothing that I can do to help have in < i
; governor may appoint al ) and i toil the you P racers actually come contact on a test, j i
and exercised enjoyed ,
same rights engrossing that 1.
tha be fi delivery. privileges as are day seems so long, Alice ?" asked
paid on ahallholdtheirofficesuntjt end of the next my her mother who the
session grieved to
English thd
j by the from the several other Terri- and half over Arabian t
i: : of the delegates yet not long enough for all they have ;
-- I legislative assembly. t torts of the United States to the said House of REp- t to do into the lee her toil so hard."Xothing A treatise on this subject that in '25, twd a .
-breaking says i J
Sec. 8. And be it fU7 the enacted. That no member h'es. The first election shall be held quiet hours set apart unless indeed will
BY AUTHORITY. atuch ; you tel me! English horses ran against two of the i ?,
of the legislative assembly shall hold be by nature for rest, and with feet.
or appointed t times and places, and be conducted in such manner,, mingling even some tale of old times used '
as to
-- to any office which shall have been created, as t Ihe shall and direct and at all t their troubled dreams. Thus oftentimes you years I est Cossacks which could be found, and a ,4' ;

:'Acti and Resolutions, passed at the Second Ses, or the salary or emoluments of which shall have subsequent governor elect ions, I tbe appoint I timEs, places, and; manntrof with our poor heroine i And was she ago", when I was a child." continued rice of 47 miles the English beat t i 'i

of the Thirtieth Congress. been increased while he was a member durinj the holding the elections shall be prescribed by law. too but yet Wby,you are but a child now," said the! Many mixtures of the two races has been very I J j' '
lon term for which he was elected, and for after ; sang, glnerlbymns, for such widow with ,
The person having the greatest number of vote'm sprang a mournful smile ; and then, in. celebrated, and perhaps from a combinationof
t the expiration of such term ; and n person holding shall be declared by the to be duly elected m most readily lips, seemed most in wardly her
governor comparing lot with
: establish the territorial that of other blood
[Xo.52.] AN ACT government commission of both, the highest excellence has
a or appointment under the United end certificate thereof shall be given accordingly. harmony with her lonely and toilsome life 4
of the
of Minnesota. States,except postmaster! shall be a member of the Sec.: 15. And be further enacted, That all buits,, while her aged mother would lie for hours listening .; girls same age, she relaxed into a train been attained. England has been celebrated '

Be it enacted by thf Senate and House of Repretentativet l legislative assembly, or shall hold any office under process, and proceedings, civil and crlmin!. at law t to what seemed of sad and silent musings ; and Alice knew 'for her fine horses. It is a'matter of record ,

of the United Stale of Jlmcrica in. the t government of said Territory. :a md in chancery and all indictments and information to her as a gush of t that they were sad, by the quivering lip and I bat when Julius Caesar first invaded! "
'Congrets assembled That, from and alter the passage Sec. 9. Andbe it further enacted That the judicial t which sl be pending and undetermined in sweet prayerful music, and not questioningJut contracted brow.
of this act, all that part of the territory of the al } the of the Britain he$, took many of the horses from thereto .
of said 'he within the
power Territory shall bo vested in a t courts of Territory of Wisconsin, bongs good upon earth might be Come mother "
United States which lies within the following limits supreme court, district courts, probate courts, and injustices l imits of said Territory Minnesota, when this act heard and echoed by the angels in heaven dear, "said she, I am I t Rome, where they immediately becamd S .,

I to wit: boginning in the Mississippi river, at the of the peace. The supreme court shall consist shal take effect, shall be transferred to be h.ard. For Alice had contrived waiting to hear your story. great favorites, although he bad previously
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point where the line of forty-three degrees and thirty of a chief justice and Iwo associate justices, any : t tritd, prosecuted, and determined in the dist"ict years to lay by And then the widow began to relate some raised some of their best breeds. But there
; minutes of north latitude crosses the same,thence two of whom shall constitute the enough to pay the rent of their little cottage, .
I a and who courts hereby established, which may include simple reminiscencies of bygone times is
dee west said line,which is the northern quorum possessing reasoT to suppose, that the stock was after :
running on the
j shall hold a term at the scat of government of said counties or districts where such against period when it should become I
L bou4arv r tie State of Iowa,to the northwest Territory annually, and they shall hold their offices may be pending. All bonds,any recognizances proceedings, !- due ; but now, either froa the widow's illness,, kne.ir a strange little interest for the lonely girl, who) wards greatly improved by a mixture of the .

fornerorb' '< }..i State of Iowathence southerly during the period of four years. The said Territory I igations, and obligations of every kind whatsoever, or the hardness of the times which so of life save in these homely and I Arabian, introduced from Spain, and the Nor. '

I along the we-t\in I boundary of said State to the shall be divided into three judicial distrirt. and valid under the existing laws within the limits of in ever presses t transient revealings ; falling asleep in the man and Saxon blood. It is asserted by judicious '

point where laid boundary strikes the Missouri river a district court shall be held in each of lid sid Territory, shall be valid under this act ; and all seasons national or commercial difficulty midst, through weariness, for she ever grew authorities that in the horsd 1; i
,
thence the middle of the channel of the England, .
J up main b of : most those u
the least
y one justices t the courtat such crimes misdemeanors against the laws in force with. heavily upon able to, weak and exhausted
Missouri the mouth of the Whiteearth river supreme as night came on ; but I attained his excellence! '
highest
to ,
rh..r I t times and piaces I may be prescribed by law; and i in said limits: may he prosecuted, tried, and puni.h- : struggle against its addditional weight the day awoke point near
thence up the main channel of the Whiteearth river I t the said shall presently again, half bewildered. the middle oftfie last since which .
judges after their appointments respectively ed in the courts established by this act ; and all penalties : came round and found her century, i ,
to the boundary line between the possessions! of the' ,reside in the districts assigned forfeitures, actions and causes of action,may that the unprepared. It so Where was I, Alice ?" asked the invalid, time they contended there has been no im ,
United States and Great Britain thence cast and happened old landlord dead
; them. The jurisdiction of the several b recovered under this would was and gently.
courts e t act, the same as they provement. In this the stock of horses
south of east along the boundary line between the herein provide for, both appellate and original,and lave been under the laws in force within the limits his successor was one of those stern men who, Asleep, dear mother I was in i il country
hopes doubtless ,
re. in
of the United States and Great Britain ascending the scale of
possessions L that of without :
probate courts and of justices of the composing said Territory at the sane time this act being actually hard-hearted, have a her
to lake Superior thence in a straight line to the peace, shal: be as limited by law: Provided, That s hall go into operation.Sec. peculiar creed of their with pled companion, with a smile. improvement, though much inequality ex- '
northernmost point nfthe State of Wisconsin in lake: t justices of the peace shall not have jurisdiction 16. .ml be further enacted, That all jus. which own regard to the! Oh forgive me, I could not help it. But I ists. It is believed, that no horses surpass our

Superior thence along the western boundary I line of of any matter in controveisy when the titloorboundaries t ices ol the peace constables, sheriffs, and all other poo, they are never weary of repeating you wi not sit up very long." best four mile bloods, and none equal our fas. '
sid of Wisconsin to the Mississippi river;; of land be in i holding poverty be but another ,
"
may dispute, or where the debtor judicial ministerial officers, who shall be In of. namo no ; good night. test and for
down the main channel of river to the trotters draught for road service
thence ; ,
,
sid sum claimed shall exceed one hundred dollars; fl ice within the limits of said Territory when this act for idleness, or even crimea! baneful error *. Good ,
place of beginning, be, and the same is hereby, elected and the said tuprerne and district courts, respectively hall! take efec shall be, and they are hereby, arborized which has done much to its night, and God bless you my child I" and for the saddle, good judges assert, that the .

into a temporary government by t the name of the l shall possess chancery as well a common law jurisdiction. t required to continue to exercise and victims into plunge unhappy said the widow ; and in n few minutes afterwards horses, particularly of the Middle and Eastern I

Territory of Minne ota; Provided, That nothing in Each district court, or the judge thereof p perform the duties of their r respective offices offi.l their present fallen condi. Alice was again the only wakeful thing States, are fully equal in excellence to the
this contained shall be construed to inhibit the lion and
art appoint its clerk, who shall also of he l ; yet even he was touched by her in that little
shal be the reg cels I Territory of temporarily, and cottage, indeed she could be so same number in other Th i .
the United States from said I
government dividing i chancery)', and hall keep his office at the until they or others shall be duly appointed and t tear and meek, deprecating words, and consented called with her half closed and wandering any country. ..
Territory into two territories in such climate of this latitude and the fine and
or more manner eyes extensive
place where the court be
may held. Writs of error qualified to fill their places) in the manner herein directed i- to give her one week's in the
and at such times a Congress!shall deem conve- bills exception and grace, thoughts, although it is true the busy grazing north and of
i : appeals, shall he allowed in or until their offices shall be abolished. which she reckoned have Country west us, are
Iifn nnd proper, n from attaching any portion nftaid all cases from the final to finished and got I fingers toiled on their task.
decisions of said district t Sec. 17. ',1(1 be it itfmlher enacted That the 1mof mechanically at well calculated to the production of a powerful
United Territory States.Sec. to any other State Territory .the court to the supreme couit, under such regulations f five thousand dollars be, and the same 'il hereby! paid for the work she then had in the house. The very clock ticked with a dull, drowsy and hardy race of this beautiful and devoted ; .'.
may be prescribed by law, but in no case removrd appropriated, out of f in the not And the girl knew that in order to
a any moneys treasury although I sound,and the perpetual whizzing of her wbeelseemed I of .
2. And be it furtJirr? enacted. That the Executive t to the ccurt shall servant man in the brute creation, and "
supreme trial by jury be allowed otherwise appropriated to be expended by and under effect must work day and night shedared
and in and said Territory almost like
power authority over i in said court. The a the object of his pride and afFection '
supreme court, or the( justices he direction of the said governor of the Territory of not ask for lulaby.
of Mint-sola shall be vested in a governor, who t thereof, shall appoint its own clerk, and every clerk Minnesota, in the purchase of a library, to be keptat r longer delay, and was even I Presently the girl began to sing in a low 5-- It
shall hold his office for four and until his him for -
successor to
grateful i
years shall hold his office at the : granting her .
pleasure of t the court forwhich the seat of for the of the request.It '
government use voice in order to herself I .
unless go'er.or keep awake hymns How to Break ill Ifetcs.
shall be appointed and qualified sooner I -A. for
he shall be receipt
have been lesson
I. appointed. Writs of error legislative assembly,judges of the court,, wi a to her not to be behindhand 4 k
removed by the President of the United States. and appeals from the final supreme as usual-low, plaintive and soothing-while t this published in a London miscel-
decisions of said supreme secretary, marshal!, and attorney of said Territory)',, future, thought her stern landlord,, purpose .
The governor shall reside within said Territory, court shall be allowed and be taken to and such other and under such regulations I t the widow heard them in her and dream. cellany some aO. is contained in the
years
may persons when he found himself alone doubt sll(1 .
shall be commander in chief of the militia thereof, no the!
the Supreme Court of the United States: in the same! as shall.be prescribed by law. ed heaven. But all do, and she following dialogue, the scene of which is laid .
shall the duties and the emoluments : has been
of
receive late ,
perform and under the girl idling or spending hermoney
manner .
3ame regulations as from the Sec. 1 IS. And be further enacted That when
arose at length and walked and I in
of of Indian affairs he t noiselessly Oxford, where steward to .
may up a family inters
superintendent ; grantpardons circuit that a
courts of the United States, where Ihe valueof t the lands in the said shall be surveyed under on pale-colored hood. she wore,, IP
for offences against the laws of said Terior down the room, trying to shake off the S
Terito. t the the drowsy collegian :
property or amount in controversy, to be the direction of of the United I i instead having it ready as usual. And ,
rr, and reprieves for offences against the laws of the ascertained by I the oath nr affirmation either party,, States, preparatory to bringing the same into market or waking, her thanks haunt yet, l feeling that oppressed and weighed upon herso r Collegiani! Ha, Jarvis how are all things
grateful
United States until the decision of I he President can I sleeping
or other competent witnt'!, exceed one thousand s sections numbered sixteen i and thirty-six in each And then, opening the casement, at home.
be made known thereon he shall commission all I ed him almost him bcaviJ.
: dollars; and each of the said district courts township in said Territory chall if,and the strangely, winning to gen- sat catch the cool breath of Steward
nccrswhoahsU! be appointed to office under the belhal night upon I Very sad, honor
your Magpie'sPoor
have and exercise the : t tier thoughts-we almost for
.
shal same jurisdiction all same are hereby, reserved of say deep-rooted
for being .
laws of the said Territory.and shall take care that t he purpose her t fevered brow, and watch the myriad of. dead.
executed. cactI arising under the constitution and ]laA-s. of the, applied to schools in said Territory, and in the; prejudices such as his, were hard, very hard I ,
laws be faithfully United States; and the first six days of every term States and Territories hereafter to he erected out of r to o\'ercome. stars looking down in their calm and silent I ColoneK! Mag I Hortr came she to '. .

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted. That there of said courts, or so much thereof as shall be necesrry t the same. beauty upon the earth. die ? :: '
be of said ho shall shall be Alice returned home with a light heart. ,
,
.bal a secretary Territory re- appropriated to the trial cf causes arising
I Sec. And be it
10.
enacted That How Stew Over-ate, sin
frrtht temporarily naturally at such times : .
therein said the prayer comes I
and hold his office for four years, unless under the the said constitution and laws and I widow, anxiously.
toner removed by the President of the United I writs (f error and appeal all in such cacel shall; be ernor,of and said until Territory otherwise provided define the by law,the gov.dis.: "Wel'Al rght, mother ; with God's blessing we as these. Alice clasped her faded hands involuntarily Col. Greedy wretch I What did she get '
may judicial .
States ; he shall record and preserve all the laws made to the supreme court of said Territory, (till t tits of said Territory and assign the judges who will yet keep the dear old in which and, although no words were uttered she liked so well ? .,

ansi proceeding of the legislative assembly hereinafter sane a in other cares. The said clerk shall receive may be appointed for said Territory to the I tell cottage t her have called her Stew. She died of eating horse-flesh- .. '
me born. harlpraYfdVe
were
constituted and all the acts and proceedings of I in all such 6evera you you
cases, the
fees which
the
same
districts, and also the and in Co). Horse-flesh ? Hovv
the governor in executive department; he shall L clerks of the district courts of the late WisconsinTerritory appoint times And hope to die-" our pure but the of her Came she by so .
I
transmit one copy of the laws and one copy of the received for .imila scruices. i ions holding in each courts of in said the judicial several districts counties, or ubdivis- Not yet-not yet, dear mother!I" exclaim. holier wisdom knew that she was but a weak much horse-flesh ? *
executive, proceedingson or before the first day of 10. And be it further by proclamation and creature after all and took Stew. AH father's sir.Col. 4
& enacted That there t to be i issued by him ; but the Ifgislative assembly ed the girl, passionately. What would become erring courage your i w
December in eachear.to the Pr *idont ol( the United '
appointed an attorney for said Territory, their only from remembering that there is who Myfather'shorses'What? are
at they
States and, at the same tim, two copies of the who shall continue in office for four unles fut r>r any subsequent sfs"ion. may organize of lour poor Alice, if she were to lose one
laws to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, sooner removed by the President, and who years shall alter, modify such judicial districts, and you?1" careth for the very flowers of the field! and I dead ? itow came they to die ? ,

and the President of the Senate, for the use of Con the same fees and salary as the of the receive assign the judges, and alter the times and places of "And yet lam but burden on how much more for the children of the earth, Stexv. Over-work,sir- .carrying so much
attorney holding the your
gress. And in cue of the death, removal, resigna United States for the late Territory of Wisconsin re convenient.Sec. cc.urt a; to them shall seem proper young p But gradually as she sat thus in the pale starlight water to put out the fife.Col. ,

J tion, or necessary absenrp of the governor from the ceived. There shall also be a marshal for the Ter lfeo.; l the white lids dropped the !. Fire-what firet t
over heavy
I Territory I the shall be, and he is hereby ritory who shall hold 20. And be further enactid That no-a blessing rather.
secretary his office for four i every
appointe
I authorized and required to execute and perform all 1 years, 100ner removed by the President,and bill which shall or may pass the council and hou5iofrepresentatives : Alice was right ; labor nnd toil only ask an eyes-her hands unclasped and sanl silently r Stew Your father's holise, sir, Is bunted 1 MJi ;

the powers and duties of the government duringr.cb who shall execute all processes issuing from the sid I shall, before it becomes a law, be object-something Jo Jove, and care, and work and slowly down-the weary toi.wor down -.1,
vacancy or necessary abs.nct or until another courts, when exercising their jurisdiction as circuit t presented to the governor of the Territory; if he ap. for, to make it endurable and I frame had found rest at last CoK My father's house How came it a '
shall fill such and district prove, sign it, but if not t. he shall return even sweet -
ROVCI nor be duly appointed to vacanCJ court of the United States he shall it, burned?
perform the duties, be subject the with )his, objectionsto the house in which it originated And then, kissing her mother, but saying nota L And then the room seemed filled on a sud. .
same regulationand Slew. :I
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted. That the leg penaltiesand be entitled to (the same fees, as ; which shall the ejections to be entered at t word of all she had to do, the girl took of den with a strange brightness, and where, fancy, sir, it was the torches3 : '

islative power and authority of nald Territory shall!1 tie masha of the district court of the United States large upon their journal, and proceed to reconsider the well-preserved hood and cloak, which I poor Alice had sat erst while at her wheel., Col. What torches 4

, be vested in the governor and a legislative assembly Territory of Wisconsin ; and shall, in it. I after such reconsideration,two-third!of that I given rise to such unjust animadversions and I is an angel with white shining hair, and rai. Stew. At my lady's funeral. .
The legislative assembly shall consist of a council I addition, be paid two hundred dollars annually a agree to pass the bi. it shall be Rent, Col. My mother dead ?
white and radiant j.
a them ment sunbeam while
together with other house putting carefully aside, sat down in a ;
and house of representatives. The council shall 1 compensation for extra services. objections, by a L a ; Stew. Ah tacked
consist of nine members, having the qualifications of SEC. 11. Andbeit further enacted. That the ov. which it shall also be reconsidered,and if approved I hopeful spirit to her wheel. The dark cloud I another bends gently over the slumberer, and poor lady She never ,. .

voters a hereinafter prescribed, whose term of service ernor,secretary. ,chief justice, and associate justices, by two-thirds of that house, it shall become a lw'; which had hnng over her in the morning IP looking first at her, and then at her compan. up after it? I

shall continue two year The house of repreeentativpf I I attorney, and marha shall be nominated and, by but in all such cases the votes of both houses ; seemed already breaking, and she could even:: ion, smiles too, in her sleep ; and as if still,i Col. After what ? 4 14Stew.
shal, at its first session, consist of eigh- andwith the consent of (the Senate, ap determined by yeas and nays, and the names of the haunted her favorite After your father's death.Col. .
blue
( the by
in the distance. hymn tunes, sings
for and fancy sky again
voting the bill
teen possessing the same qualifications pointed by the President of the Slates. Thegovernor persons against shall be entered My father dead too 4
prescribed for members of the council, and whose a: and secretary to be Unite aforesaid on the journal of each house, respectively. J| All that day she only moved from her workto again very faintly and sweetly, until the sound 1

term service shall continue one ear. The nnm- shallbefore they act as such appointed, respectively a take an any bill shall not be returned by the governor, orwithin prepare their simple me:1s or wait upon: dies lingeringly away at length upon the still I Stew. Ah, poor man, he never recovered -.

her of councillors and representatives may be in. oath affirmation, before the district judge, or some three days (Sundays excepted) after it shall I the helpless but not selfish invalid, who, but t night air. Fast and noiselessly ply these holy it-( I
creased by the legislative assembly, from time to justice ofthe, peace in the limits of said Territory, have been presented to him, the same shall be a law for the watchful love bent ones at theirlove task, while the whizzing of Col. What more miseries* ..more dis* '
,
in like manner if he had signed it. unless the eyes ever upon I
time
,in proportion to the increase of r population: duly authorized toadminister oaths and affirmations a l.g. tress ? v
Provided, That the whole number shall never ex- by the laws now in (once therein, or before the chief; islative assembly by adjournment, prevent it ; in her, would have striven painfully to perform t the busy wheel, accompanied by a gentle rushing Stew. Alas his banker and .

eed fifteen councillors and thirty-nine representatires. j justice or some associate justice of the Supreme which case it shall not become a law. many a little duty for herelf rather than ta sound, a of wings, alone disturbed the failed, you ,

An apportionment shall be made, a nearly)' Court of the United States, to support the Constitu ROBT. C. WINTROP, those willing hands, } ready to labor profound silence of that little chamber. And have not a shilling in the world- so I thought .

equal a practicable, among the several counties or (tion of the United States, and faithfully to discharge Speaker of the House Representatives. in her behalf. And when night came, rF now morning broke again over the earth, and I you would like to hear the news, and there
i districts, fortle election of the council and representatives the duties of their respective offices: which sid G. M. DALLAS fearingto their mission have fore made bold to come and tello!, you t ,
that performed
dear they
mother needless '
sped
section of the when cause anxiety away
giving to each Territory oaths, so takenshall be certified by the per ,
representation in the ratio of its nopu1tion. Indians son by whom Ihe same shall have been taken, and Vice President and of President the United of the States Senate., Alice la}' down by her side, watching until she to their bright home rejoicingly. Lore Laughs at EverythingIt may .

excepted, as nearly as may be. member such certificates shall be received and recorded by r rt had fallen asleep ; and then, rising noiselessly, Alice awoke trembling from long and refreshing be set down as a fixed fact that when a .

of the council and of the house of representatives he said secretary among t the executive proceedings; .orrnoyrn, March 3. 1849. returned to her endless task. And yet, somehow slumber, thinking how she must work couple want to married young
hall reside in, and be inhabitants of,the district for and the chief justice and justices, and alothcrciAiloflicers JAMES K. POLK. get nothing can pre ; .
which they may be elected respectively.. Previous: in the .aid associate territory, before they :: :Z_ ____ ____. __ tIle harder she worked the more seemed(I Ito doubly hard to redeem those lost hours. She vent the accomplishment of their wishes, es*
to the first election,the governor shall cause a census act I such, shall take a like oath or afrmaton. before -5---- : grow beneath her weary fingers ; the real 1 drew her wheel towards her-she looked: pecially if they have a cute lawyer friend teas .

or enumeration of the inhabitants of the several I the said governor or secretary, or Strange, but True.-Most of our reader I truth of the matter was, she had overratedher I wildly at it, rubbed her eyes to be sure that I aid them. The Cincinnati Nonpareil relates ,
counties and of the Territory tc be taken, justice of the of the Territory,who be du recollect that, tome months a man .
district peace may ago named own powers, and was not aware of the she wan not still dreaming ; and then gazed a case in point of a sturdy from '
and the first shall be held such time and I commissioned youth the
at ly and qualified, which said oath or John Scott, professing to be deafand dumb ,
much time it would where
longer take for the around the remained
places, and be conducted in such manner the governor affirmation shall be certified and transmitted by the com quietapartment al country, with his sweetheart, a blooming lass
a with serious accident
!t shall appoint and direct ; and he shall,at the person taking the same, to the secretary, to be by met that a in this place.- plefion of the labor than she had allowed her just a she had led it ; but the the heavy' who presented themselves at the Clerk's office

.r'ime.' declare the number of members of the him recorded as aforesaid ; and afterwards,the like Since tim he hat been treated by some self But it was too late to think of all this task, forwhich she had marked out four more to procure the necessary passport enter the .,

council and house of representatives to which each oath or affirmation shall be taken, certified, and recorded of our citizens as an objc sympathy. He now ; the trial must be made, and Heaven!, weary days and nights of toil, and (feared even state double.blessedness. The .

of the counties or districts shall be entitled underthis in such manner and form I may be pre.cr.bed was writhing under the severest pain, and, she doubted not, would give her strength togo then not having time enough to complete! it, under 18, and not having evidence girl being
act. The number of authorized to be law. The shall to I
receive
by
,.)lotted having the highest persons number of votes in each E salary of fifteen hundred governor dollars as an,and one being both deaf and dumb, could only express through with it. Ob I happy-thrice hap lay ready finished before her But after a that she had received the consent of the prove widowed

of said council districts for members of the council I thousand dollars 8 superintendent governor of Indian affairs. it by signs. By degees he recoved unti, with py-are they who have deserved to possess little time, the girl ceasing to wonder, or re. mother, the license could not be granted.

hill be declared by the governor to be duly elected t The chiefjusice( and associate justices shall each; the aid crutches, lie could walk room this pure and child-like faith, shedding its gen membering to whom she had prayed on the Thus all their lively hopes
were crushed
to the council; and the person or persons authorized receive an annual salary of eighteen hundred dollars. ) About this time he was taken with typhoid fe. tie lighten the'darkest scenes of life. previous night, guided by an unerring I their joyous expectations ; '
to be selected having the greatest number of, The secretary shall receive an annual 'salary which reduced him low that instinct disappointed. They
for
ver BO time j
a Morning broke at length over the distant t knelt down and poured out her heart in
a gush
Totes for the house of equal to th number to which each reprelenht'e."Mnty shall be be paid quarter-yearly, at the treasury of the United his life was dispaired of. Up to Sunday night hills ; and Alice, flinging open the casement, of prayerful thanksgiving to heaven I lAud until their sorrow touched the feelings of all 1

entitled, shall be declared by the governor to be duo States. The members of the legislative assembly there was no change, until some time during felt refreshed by the ,cool breeze, and glad we can almost fancy the angels standing a present. Even the impassive heart of a Jatf.

Iv lete members of the house of representatives: shall be entitled to receive three dollars each per the night, when Mr. Covington, at whose dened by (he humming of the birds, already p way off .smiling upon each other and on her, yerwas moved, and his brains* :

PD.d, That in case of a tie between two or more day during'; their attendance at the session! (hereof r house ,ho was staying, was awakened by a and at their orisons ; or exchanged a kindgood even as they had done before, and rejoicing work to remove the obstacle at He once set to
for, th& and three dollars each
f governor shall order a neweleton for every twenty milt. travel l sick man's proposed
to supply the vacancy made by such lie. in going to and returning from the said leSions, estimated noise in the room. Fearing some morrow with the peasants going forth to in their own work. to the young lady to choose & guardian from '

AD persons thus elected to ths legislative asernbly according to the nearest actually travelled thing had happened him, he went up immedi their early labor. No wonder, that those We are told, in the legend, that from that among those present. With blushing diffi.

,ahall meet at such place, and on such day route. There shall be appropriated, annually, the aId )', and.-strange as it may seem-the deaf rough, untutored men, gazing upwards on her hour.the'widow and her good and pious child dence the scanned the apartment until her i

U the governor shall appoint : but thereafter, the sum of one thousand dollars, to be expended by the and dumb man was talking and could her I al pale, calm face, and listening to her gentle never knew want again. It may be tAlice's fell nice ,
,""*, pl ctand of eyes upon a looking young man, who
the
manner holding and to defray contingent of (the
conducting: governor expenses Since ho
,
perfectly anyone. began to talk, tones, felt kind superstitious reverence in employer was pleased with her diligence 1.
J flections a was forthwith to the
t appointed
;{ by the people, and the apportioning Territory; and there shall also be appropriated, annually responsible sta
.e representation in the several t01lntie or die a sufficient turn, to be expended by the sec* he says he was about four years old when he that kindly greeting that,boded of goo. and punctuality ; or the landlord shamedout tion. She then humbly Implored! his :

"lets to the counci and house of representatives retary of the Territory-and upon an estimate to I bemade bAt the power of speech and hearing, and has, The widow noticed, with the quick-sighted of his prejudices by the unlocked for appearance I. which was graciously granted. The document consent,

1 Cording w. to ( populato shall be prescribed by by the Secretary of the Treasury of I the Unite 1 remained so for 24 years. We know not what ness of affection.which ,even the blind )seem of the glowing and happy fac of his was secured, and after manythinksto

: I well commencement ofthe States,to defray .the expenses of'(be to lay It strikes} us as one of,the, most sin gifted \with In the presence of those they love, youthful tenant, three days before the. appointed I. and kind hearted the law. : .
.ion.
debllsr r of the yer guardian, W
the laws and incidental they
) the of
tgiiltiv assembly: Prod sembly I., departed
Si *? *"> one '," bU tcrd the tern of' expenses rrintinr; thehetrera' of otbe Territory lula occurrence on rcor.-Ruf4.o/ W. that htr ,child looked* possible I a thought I time, with tho money readjyand, gr tithiikiIisideJot joyfUlon; to realize the raptures of Ion

x7d'l'J bsltannuilly an( Sfret of ) TR C. kfrrop4 -- _-_ paler tbanuaJ&nd) I for all It ihe'.bibht' .etnile' .t .what ah, ." tcrmdJiii. kjn.



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: SUNDAY READING. highest hopes, fears and ,ansi i ties. ) have"titoo .he gates and streets, and the 1 Deputation, afcr to make a second elanYbrit; luckily I was TIE I FLORMAN & JOURNAL. Sent Beritou

d us you have for( 'the last (hire months, entering their protest against the invasion, thrown in the company of one-whom I con- It .will b seen from the following address '

AMUSeM' ENTS. and I look back: upon them with. compunc-. informed hlarahal.0udinot that his advance ceived to be possessed of the remaining quali A. E. MAXWELL &:R. B. HILTON, t that Senator Denton tepudiates the Anti WjJ,
f I would bo resided and that unuccessful ficationa. She was as lovely an angel!, EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS.
iftbeyf'"te a
made from ious visiiings. For all time has literally mot Proviso Resolutions
[The following extract: is a sermon my I which were
with dark hazel) and form passed
,
and would blow the Quirniul eyes aSIJ'mmetr. at
recently' preached! In Veer Orleans by Rev been ins parties taken; up:in in unseasonable the morning e calls hours, and even the he Vatican they, and ,St. Peter's up Cathedral. : cal 8 VENUE DE M EDlcr. I might have fallen Saturday, June 2, 1849. the late session oftbe Missouri Legislature....

Theodore Clapp, Pastor of the First Con. consequent<<; ; languors of exhaustion ; in the ., +vhich' were already undermined. Marshal in love straightway, but the recollection that To the People of Missouri:

grjgHlumil Church in thai city: en: I p.ibish.! ares: of the wardrobe and the toilet; in the 0'idinot' replied .that his instructions were im- : beauty was not the only necessary ingredientin The Atlantic and Gulf Railroad. The General Assembly. of
> erative and that be would enfer'Rome by my matrimonial compound, checked me. We felt much in the our Stale, at i its
ed in the l :cayune.] jplendors and gaieties of the social entertain. > gratification reading late session,adopted certain resolotions:
read force if resistance offered. The bautesthen I was admitted as a lover, and soon 'became on on tbo
time were
meat I have hardly hJ: to anything following sentence from the last Jacksonville subject of Slavery, and
; : refer!' intimate terms, she accomplished in the gave me instruction
Heretofore
ensued which.we/bave
"I I would remark that the natural valuable! to say my prayers, or attend, : \a under the above head to obey them. From this command
,
recrea- retreated' after extended definition of .the term. She NfCS : I appeal
with advantage the solemn! scenes of the red to, and the French> finally mos to the
lions which the Creator furnishes for enjoyment We understand that the of the People of Missouri-ihe whole
your I could
sanctuary." Woman's destiny looks above laving several times forced their way into the was apparently young, though nerer projector the bo1of
each passing season, infinitely cicccd and beyond the pomps and vanities of fashion- streets of the,. city. Rumors had reached Pa. learn her precise age. I had watched her railroad are taking acute measures to ensure lions People I shall-and if the confr they lJ.

in number and value all those derived from able life. She was not made 'to lie a mere ris that the I French bad finallymade 'good closely, but had seen no display of ili-temper. its speedy construction. The engineers maybe I Senator, give them opportunity to find

.\ Artificial source What, you may inquire, JKbblcr. ailoll: a plaything : like the butterfly I heir entrance into the city, but it was c'onsid- One morning I called upon her to request the expected on the routs by the beginning of a do-to carry their will into effect as I

does the Infinite Ono employ his perfections pursuing blindly its rapid path through the I ered that they were of very' doubtful auth'ority.In : pleasure of her company 'lo the temperance next October." cannot anything to dissolve this or

w in bestowing upon man those shows, air, intent only upon immediate sport and enjoyment I In Paris t.e! Napoleon quarrel .was still society, and being suddenly ushered into her When the Bill, granting an act of Incorpo to array one half of it against the other.:
I do
pomps and pageants "htch.huc no higher till it is suddenly carried against some I progressing, and a spirit of discontent was evinced presence, discovered her agitated and in the ration to a Company for the establishment of be not admit a dissolution of; the Union:
end in ,vie sthan 'to enable him to while awayan of the of her maid with to a remedy to be prescribed by
act jaws statesmen
; ,violent obstruction dashed to the ground and I by the military, caused lampooning the slapping aslipper.
idle and diversions ? Rail Road from the Atlantic the Gulf the disease of the
hour in fleeting(\ a to fo
or two I This I body poliiic
trodden t to death. She has been born for im- he Socialists, which threatened f serious ant.break. thought was very improper, any more
My friend, words cannot tell in what mani. and bad with was first brought forward we attached little t than I admit death or suicide lobe a
standard. It ,
; m She should spend a portion of er. But the re\r s'.ofthe French army argreed my so remedy,
fold ways God is working conttantly sensual pro. : ery day in the cultivation of her mind and in at Rome touched the feelings of the French inmost shocked m}' feelings that I curtailed. my risitcommensurabe importance to'i, from the feur that after the to b prescribed by physicians fu she natural.
mote our personal, selfish and even deeds. She sensitive with good breeding, (makingno body. Cure and not kill is tho only rem edy
If lived to all I the performance of charitable a point'Ihclr[ military glry, Charter was granted, nothing further would which
gratifications.: we so as enjoy should, resemble in character that noble band and this overwhelmed every other feeling.All .- reference to the pleasure of her company,) my mid can contemplate either f
heaven should find be heard of the But .
the bounties xve a ever project. on making c ase.I
par. .)devoted females the Sisters of Charity; minor difficulties and differences of spin- and never returned. to the house. She next
ndise even on earth. Let me invite you to inquiry, we learned with infinite satisfactionthan think it probable, from
who attracted what I
habitually visit some abode of wretchedness ; ion were forgotten in 1 desire to rctrievetheir my attention was a young person obstne, I
reflect" upon the meaning" of the words beau to smooth the neglected pillow of sickness ; tarnished honor, and active preparations wee who had just passed that period of life, so tho plan, so feasible in itself and promising that there are many citizens-good frien ids to I
..ifu! and sublime. to the and
They are applied harmony oflhu
o cheer the cold and desolate tenements of makin fro send large reinforcements to Civ- beautifully compared to the earliest of the sea. so much profit to its undertakers and stability Union-who
Rl1 the forms and of that do
degrees pleasure not see the
flows suffering destitution supply the wants of fam- its Vecchia. sons; she was neither beautiful nor bandsom instructions and their J
; benefit the had
State the
attention
in UI from object within the circumference engaged the Calhoun
upon every fishing children and soothe the anguish .that PRUSSIA AND DENMARK -The between ", but what: is termed genteel ; she was prototype Address, in the sm .
of hdman knowledge. We per. he world knows not of or cares not for.-. t Denmark- -and Germany still cron\TI'iues, gay without levity, intelligent without brilliancy of far sighted men, who not only possessed light that I see ir, and in the light in which it ,

cede the of delicate beauty" blending and! grandeur and in mysterious the rich Woman is most an angel, not in the splendcrof I hough the operations an very feebly conduc .I of wif, and accomplished without affectation t the ability but the determination and disposi the is seen information by others who of best understand'' h. For ;

presence life, in the circle fashion, weaving: : ted. The Danes sdffeicd another dekat on ; her mind partook of the elasticityof tion to make it sucessful. This road once such ctizens and to let
the meadow
the fertile them
the plain: fragrant, flowers valley, gardens and green orchards of he graceful dance, attracting crowds of admirers I the 7th instant. her gait, and she had, in the language ofa completed, New Orleans r"nd New York will t the where see it the is intended next step' in movement, and
brilliant. in native artificial I beautiful writer, acquired of maturity to end, I herewith sub.
or beauty, degree
spring and summer ; in the gentle zephyr, 1 brought within fire days travel of each oth join a copy of the Accomac resolution
which told of her !stet
and but when near to
blushing at her own praises ; approach womanhood -
bills and trees ; the meandering rivulet, the i NEW YonK.JMay 20, 4 p. m, er. The route for travellers and for adopted in that County of''
she the great and
: she out on an errand of )benevolence to ; was breathing representative trgrna fully en.
lake the glad waters oftbe dark blue goes;; dosed
placid cheer the widowed heart-the helpless orphan The Cotton market i steady. Flour and of the point of'transition from the freshness the transportation clan immense amount of by the RichmondEnquirer, as the votes !
tea, &c. Dr. Blair in his essay on taste re- Grain firm.InfJrmation. the South. I do
not
-to watch over the sick nnd whisper and verdure of SPRING to the brightness merchandise between those cities produce these resolution
being J
marks that all the of exis
has been fjr tho
necessary purposes received from St. Domingo of
and of purpose arraigning them
SUUMEH.
brilliancy But
words consolation to the friendless and for as I had resolved ; on thE
tenco niiuhthave:: been answered, though our lorn.b ." up 'to 1 1th inst. PrcaidentSoloquo to :iove no woman who did not come I made to run across our State, will give to' contrary, I see something in them to admire,

ecnses of seeing and hearing had only served has returned to Port au Prince, and has issued up to my conceptions\ 1 passed her also. At I Florida a degree of importance which she can as being bold and open,and true interpretation

to distinguish external objects, without FOREIGN NEWS. 1 proclamation, in which he admits a loss {in length after having travelled from city to city, hope from nothing else and legititimate sequence of the Calhoun
giving us any of the refined and delicate: : sensations the recent battles with the Dominicans of five from town to town, and village to movement. I consiJer the Calhoun Address,

of beauty and grandeur, with which we Arrival of the steamer Caledonia. thousand men killed and wounded ter making many researches viage-ar meeting rfkg' Tent. and its ofspringthe; Missouri instructions, 53

ore now so much delighted. But by, invest the Charleston The Cholera is raging at Louisville with after The Augusta in the ; but to those who think
ing all outward things with the robes oflo'e.Jiness Telegraphed for Mercury. many disappointments- searching C01sl uionalit, pars them wrong
the
------ ---- through the country far and wide,like graph annexed, gives the result of right Accomac resolutions! are also
ho has widely enlarged the sphere of BALTIMORE, May 20, 1849. [FOHTHKKLOIUDIAN .] Orpheus an experiment should be
&10tRNAL in of his rightand immediately imitated
I
with who
Eurydice, met by
pursuit one
our pure'! and innocent delights. God has so The Steamer Caledonia reached Halifax Odds and Cads i the Life of a in the Turpentine business made in an similar resolutions in Missouri.
QdeglaanBachelor. I them
arranged the universe that all nature, life and esterday from Liverpool, which place she possessed to the every rules requisite ol standard.qualification She, agreeable adjoining District in South Carolina. Thelaborer' to enable the people of Missouri produce to see what it

society. arts full of the means of recreation.l l eft on the 12lh inst. and consequently bringsone my was reward in this case, must have been is to which their L
'The and and .Although I tliink thou, never wilt be found, young, beautiful, good-tempered, and accom gisratlr"ouldcommitbe I
firmament ,
suns; stars: days weeks later The news State
intelgence. Yet IVi resolved to for ihee I had I highly and what it i they instructed
found
:rich t plshed. now, thought, the star satisfactory. : ma
nights, times and seasons, winds and weather, was forwarded to "hMe it arrh'cdthil The search itself rewards the to do.
I : pain my ( -one who was to secure to me for The of Florida of them 1
tides and flowers, trees and animals, and thence transmit. So the planters ,are, many .
tempests more morning, was thought chJmilt, his great secret miss, life that I had I appeal from these instructions to the :
happiness .
ftllbrJ us unceasing entertainment by .those ed by telegraph. I send you the following For neither it art or nature i ii, so long coveted.Hero having their attention directed to the same people of Iisouri-the

displays ofmagnificence; :: by those cvgr-varying abstract : I Yet things well worth his. :toils he gain, was joy ecstatic-enraptured bliss department of effort. Those engaged in the people-and in due time will whole body of tba
And doe hit and ) The of I give
labor '
charge pearl
great price now my reasons
J pay
congratulated
manifestations in the delicate colors I !
THE
12.-The
figures and motions .that pervade the, graceful. of !fnKETs-Lircrpool.1ay the' With unsought experiments,. the way." myself) was found at last-a recompense for business, so far a our enquiries extend. are for doing so. It is a question above par!, ':.
system steady and
the
Coton during to whole
I zeal and with goes people. In that
patience meeting to point
physical nature. When night: hides the glories I past week. Immediately. after jlhe receipt of the It is one of the peculiar foibles of young : my persererance.Vilh.- every encouragement parse of view the Accomac resolutions

of the external: wojld from our view, in t i American Mail by the Steamer Hermann, m men when they first set out in the journey,) ol f nut delay in I pressed it I)suit,, and found no difficulty verance. The pioneers in the enterprisehave and present .truly. ; and I shall do present the it->
+ in favorable same. <
our rooms and amid the endearing; scenes of: holders became firmer, and American descriptions life to look forward to the future with the i due respect putting;to all a the rules of condiion.'Vith I] only to make a good report, and ther I shall! abide ihe decision of the whole PeoFIt! ,

home we may gratify our taste by pictures advanced an eighth, and Surats also brightest a 1ticpation. With an lHt'rheatt'd I submitted lo' all reasonable etiquette, example will be followed by other,. The interests and nothing less.
books,the harmonies of music, the interviews I advanced a shade. The increasing quantities fancy, not by experience,'nor subdued deity.: But at
l length impressed that it full of themselves, no less than the Respectfully,
of friendship and the charms of congenial in. offered, however, caused the loss of th. ad. by troubles and cares, they view every thing was time to en.quire general THOMAS

tercourse. There is nothing naturally pleasing : vance, and the quotations fixed by the Hoard d on the brilliant side; imagine that all will I my destiny of this lovely creature, I I ) interests of the cotton growing States, Si. Louis, .May 9, 1849.I. BEN TON.

which may not be enjoyed in moderation, of Brokers yesterday, were the same as thoseon give way before them ; that the world l I proposed, terrible 'to say, was rejected, on would see to demand that .the I planters of

and in strict conformity to the laws of virtue., the 5th inst. viz ; Fair Uplands and Mo. yield to their immediate wishes ; that wi, I IJ the score the that I did not come up to her exalted Florida, and others being in the vicinity opine f Col. Benton is about canvassing the state .

Supposing this doctrine; to be true, you I bile 4J j ; The sales of the week amout to4J- J fortune and fame stand prominent and I idea as one whom she would like to ac forests, should engage in the Turpentine. of)Jsuri, not only for the purpose of counteracting -
still, there is difficulty In de.i GOO bales and the the to be seized for all that cept a a partner for life. This was a fearful 1
may say great ; importsowng to pro ready is required i is the movements of opponents of
low business thus !
to my pride. .\ better consummation of ; not only reaping a reward for he
signaling i the particular amusements whichInay I valence of unfavorable winds for some days, the magic word of "Sesame." But a feeyears the Wilmot Proviso
be safely recommended by Christian pa. reach but 20,000 bales. of experience will soon convince them e'my hopes, my perseverance and fortune I themselves, by the change but making; the but to seen hf own reelection

rents, guardians: and instructors. Now, this The Grain market continues heavy. that they have cherished hopes formed plans, certainly entertained. Was I not fastidious.1I ? I prospects better for the great mass of planters I next winter. His treaeh-r to the

Is a point, which each one must decide for There is no new feature presented r in de\'isclJschemel, but to be ndlyandofuly I[ found' good-temper and beauty, next whose necessary vocation will continue to be, Sooth makes it certain that a power/a/ effort

himself. Here, as elsewhere, the dictates of Commercial :.Matters. The Money lJarkct disappointed. the youth, beauty, and accomplishments, and wasnot :. that of growing Cotton. will be made' to defeat him. That such an

conscience is the grand law by which we are continues easy, but in consequence e golden dreams of youth which kindled up their content ; then youth, ,"ood-temPer and effort will be
to be governed in our recreations. Ererything threatening aspect of affairs in France and Italy unbridled f fancies with the halcyon fervour of accomplishments, but was as little so ; finally, MAKING TURPENTINE.-Some of our Eel We acessfute mos ardently hope.

we do hi lite should square with the doc. public securities_ inactive. imagination, like .the splendid of the youth, beauty, good-temper and accomplish- le+citizens of arwel District, South Caroling are however not ,without our fearsThe
rays
trines of pure religion. Let t us engage in no POLITICAL.-Great B,itain.-The Bill for morning 8\1 which animates the world with manta, the summit of my wishes, and rejected !I have gone regularly into the business of New York Tribune, we know not how truly,

amusements upon which we cannot consistently the modification of the Navigation Laws has its brightness, rises but to se: in darkness I I tried to reason myself into the belijf that ]I making turpentine. A Mr. R. J. Hyslop, of says u He will unquestionably be sustained by

invoke the blessing Heaven. Letus been carried in .the !House of Lords by a mao Many, upon the dissipation of .their visionary flection was misused and grossly maltreatedV re. North Carolina, has been giving the plantersof the wines and Barn.nurners." Should ho

in-every emergency of life endeavor to d jority of 10. The success of(this important. schemes, retire, deterred, discouraged and cOD'inced me that freedom of choice Barnwell instructions a to the mode, and too .his '
get whig vote i
that was not my right alone. I now concluded t to their certificates show that he has ef&tiA* probable.But .-
which we shall not wish undonein measure gives the Whig Ministry a new ten maddened with what they term the insult and given them
a dying hour. lately read, in a newspaper \ uro of office Mr. Roebuck is about l to neglects of an unfriendly world, until further lessen my standard of one or more of iu goal great satisfaction, and demonstrated the profitableness can he get that vote l The members of

an account of a ball in one of the NewEngland bring before Parliament his plan for the consideration an) longer experience convince fications in order to procure a wife, if at all, of the business. that party in Missouri,as throughout the South,

States, which was opened by a pray better government: of Ireland. The Houseof them that it was attributable to their own er which.I had considered so indispensablynec.essary. Mr. Thos. Beard of Beaufort Bridge, Barnwell have ever been his bitter enemies. The

er from the parish minister. Whether the Lords have decided against Smith O'Brienand rors. I dispensed with beauty, as this was I District, certifies. that with one hand,1 have never hesitated in the Missouri

seen' of amusement thus dignified was right;; D1c 'anua, in the case of the writ of error, I was the only son of a wealthy planter, who but a fading flower, where good-temper and from the 17th day of March to the 24th day of latrine Legis
with
to
join faction
however
or wrong, the prayer might have been perfectly and have affirmed the decision of the Court. raised me up, like many others, to do exactly accomplishments would constantly improve. November, he made 319 barrels. This n feeble,

appropriate. But i if the persons who These gentlemen will probably be transportedabout 81 I pleased. I bad my horse, my money, my I now wandered back over the ground of my brought, after paying freight, 2 13-100 dollars of his Democratic opponents,for his overthrow.

participated in that evening's dance reaily believed t the first of June. It is rumored they t servant, my gun, my dogs, and everything that more youthful days, but encountered new laces per barrel, $691 74 Can it be that the abolition coat which he

that the recreation was prohibited bja Duffy's prosecution will be abandoned. I[ wished, at my command, with no one to had and new acquaintances. For those whomI Cost barrels 25c. each, $79 75 now seems ready to put on, cover from

Divine law, it is certain that they derived I GERARevo1t and anarchy throughout restrain me in my inclinations or desires.. passed by and rejected for this or that, Tools, 3 20 their view, the multitude of his\i sins.
time basted political
from it in the event no substantial happiness Germany have reached their highest pitch.- Like all other who have their a on, and whom I knew to be disengaged 83 90
youngsters way
Without a clear conscience there is no solid A conflict has alrt"ad.taken. place in Saxony II I[ was stubborn, conceited and selfish. My had long sinco become wedded t lo Surely not. We sincerely hope that actuatedby

enjoyment, even in a ball room. The hu I between the Government troops and the pea i father wished that I should turn my attention len broadest J fastidious persons, or oI maids in the Net! product one hand, 839S 84- their long nursed animosity, if by no bet.

man mind is so organized that, when we go Jll. in which the latter'were victorious after to some, profession, but stuJy was irksome, and imo of characteristic acceptation of terms. After a This is certainly a pretty fair business. ter motive, the whigs will join with Benton't

against our sense of duty, it thunders and of seven hours. Troops from Prussia t confinement hateful.. True, 1 went occasion d-feats, it became perseverance and many Thos who have pine trees in abundance, of f Democratic opponents, and make sure his de.
lightens, and pronounces a sentence of con. !hen arrived, and the battle re-commenced, I ally to school, anJ- managed, I know not how, soon evident to me that I t the right kind, have equal of a California gold
detonation which fills the transgressor with and was raging with deadly energy at our to run through Unnecessary: course prepare must lower my standard another qual ification mine." feat.Of

foreboding and disquietude. Amusements! latest accounts. A battle had also taken toryfor! entering as a collegiate. applied, for that manly elegance of person, for which Ie Col. Benton's. intellectual abilities, his
ben,'are not to b. stolen connived at and admitted and lad been so distinguished, had now given THE FOREIGN NEWS. best friends have
place at Dresden between the Royalists and was came through, as do the way not a higher admiration: than
kept out of sight, as they: were incompatiblewith the pejr>!,which had resulted disastrously to .posse comilolus, knowing l less .than when I enered. to excessive of corpulence ; my sweetness and The accounts from Europe brought by the .the writer of this paragraph. And though

true religious seriousness ; but they are the 1 liner, but without a of an immediatfi : One day, however, the old gentleman blandnes manner, in days gone by, to
prospect Caledonia and in another column not favorite of
roughness and irritability, for sad given pre n ours,at another time,we could
openly and boldly to be far died and disappoint
enjoyed, so as termination. A reward has been offered I suddenly found myself the anise
their look ment had rendered my temper uneven. I sent a state of things alarming by interesting. in consideration of his mental be well
participants upon them as harmonious for, the arrest of the beads of the Provision puled possessor oflbou ands. I had for some powers,
with the decisions of a sound and cnlight.t al Government. Disturbances between the time previous been reflecting on (the neccssily was now no match for the gaiety and sprightiness Troubles and commotions are increasing content to see him in the U. S. Senate. But at

enedjudgmcnt, and the maxims and principlesof military and the people had taken place at of a WIFE, and \resolved, as I \myself self of youth, for my liveliness was lost i in wars widening their sphere, and threatening the present crisis of the Slavery Question, wo
esteem which rendered
pure Christianity.# The violation of conld.e Berlin, in which the military were victorious : alone, with none to comfort or cheer me, disagreeable., A love of me, I suppose, the utmost confusion. The successes of the hope that our forces will not be weakened by
had always
C in nccnes of pleasure tend most fearfullyto ) An insurrection had also broken out at Breslau! to proceed without farther delay in bood-'temper
procuring
predominated in breast and I brave Hungarians against Austria, and the the presence of an in our at
enemy camp
darken and the soul. Let my nowresoh'ed
enervate corrupt on the Cth, and the 'troops and citizens wero that great essential. But \it was suggested
no one then in recreations which to abandon the rest, and if I cncoun- approach of Russian to aid the Washington.
,indulge any fighting in the streets. to my mind, What kind of woman should troops later
do not receive the support and approbationsof The Austrian Government is in danger of she be ? Here was a Undoubtedly, tered accomplishments, to wed. But, alas power, it is likely, will involve other govern

his moral sense. dissolution by the continued success of the thought I, a I am rich,poser looking, social h my that day was past-and every one remarked ments, who cannot look on with indifference, Savannah Republican and Richmond Whig.

The greatest evil attending the fashionable Hungarians. Russia, in the meantime, is advancing and courteous the woman whom I shall s e. tho fastidious gentleman would who had been so particularly in the terrible( struggle. But, the of .Col. BentQn is one of Ihe leading Demo.
himself
not
amusements which prevail in our city con with succors, but the Hungarians dc- leer a my companion for life must be pretty, prove a desirable mater crats in the United States, as he is one of the
lists in their excess and unreasonableness. clare, such is the enthusiasm and spirit of their! for my wealth demands it, and I could love no partner. Not yet resolved to give i it t most interest is the expedition of the French ablest mea of the nation. He was born andY

: It.our festal assemblies were to commence people, that it will require more than Russia other. She must be accomplished, for as I up, I concluded to make one more trial troops to Rome, and their 'rebuff from the cir now lives in a Slaveholding State ; yet we do

at 7 o'clock in the evening, and last not more! and Austria combined to overthrow them.- have been well raised, I should otherwise feel l I Abandoning every qualification for youth, by the new Roman Republic:.! Why these not remember have not iced solitary Southern .

than three or four hours, all would bo well.Those I. : From Posen to Pesth the whole country is i involved unhappy with her in society. She must be :which if I could obtain, might be trained up troops have gone there is a mystery ifiot easily Democratic journal which has had tho

,. engaged in them would retire pleasedand : or on the brink of hostilities. The kind and affectionate, for I am good. natured, I agreeable but to my notions-for.dream what was beauty understood. France is treading on dangerous, honesty to expose and denounce his position.

exhilirated, with no unpleasant remembrances : London paper state that the Governments of or otherwise would invariably squabbla e. a morning goo.tt'mper, but I .They assume to be the special guardians of
chance: of the wo fear fatal ground, in thus from
and better prepared for the refresh France and Great Britain have addressed She must be young and witty, for I am social i l accomplshment ( gilding departing our institutions, and are ever ready to abuse

ment of thrir.nightly repose. nut as our ertertainments.are joint note to Russia, intimating their disappro.baton and lively, or her atractionsou1 soon fade earthen happy would be the her position of neutrality. She jeopards not and misrepresent Southern Whigs ; and yet

actually managed, those who of the intervention of Russia in the ar away. This son stisfed me-my pleasure mind in watching the expansion of the only her own republicanism, but that of all here h an acknowledged leader of their party "
youthful! the of it
participate in them, though in pursuit of pleas.ure of Austria and Hungary reqesting th model was formed. the standard of, perfection moulding But eventually alas 1 alas t lo European countries moving in the same direc.tion. : and an aspirant J for the Presidency, who has ;1
work out a harder task than that of t the said inference be withdrawn.FUANCE Months rolled away without my"'being so : gone beyond any ocher man }from the South,
This will inflame that
youth sheered off and I found spark probably
me too
poor laborer who drives the diay from morningtill AND advance of the fortunate as to select any lady from my ac. soon and who has virtually. taken) sides against us,
S night, or rolls the barrel and bale alongthe French I.L\-Tho ha been checked quaintanco whom I conceived to be that all was vanity, vanity, and vexation of military spirit other people, which when once whose dereliction they cheerfully overlook

levee. What is called amusement', not. by the determined resistanct of the troops accomplihod, good-natured and young.prf'Uj spirit. My propositions wero r rejected, my lighted up, cannot f i to betray her into the and even conceal."
.the of the viol pride was humbled, my hopes disouragedand
withstanding accompaniments ,
of the Roman Republic. The French were were ordinary ; none possessed the ncc wildest excesses.
dresses smiles and is blighted-and I have now, unless providence i- I We find the foregoing in the Savannah Re ,
splendid gaiety, nothingmore driven back in two encounters, in one of which essary standard of qualifications ; for a I had The further of events will bo lookedto 1
decrees otherwise progress
travel :
than the form of to through the publican. Whether the strictures thaDemocratic
severest bondage a Capt. Oudinot was taken prisoner. MamhalOudinot set out with a modellefor me, I was determined upon
I remainder of life lone and discontented with fearful interest
bard and enervating, drudgery. Beside, the was unprepared for this determined (to strictly to combinations of : l press for their toleration of Col.

f effect of such recreations upon the mind amoral id resistance, and withdrew troops to a distance qualifications which I believed would secure OLD BACHELOR Benton be deserved or not, it not our .

a character is most deleterious. They : : of four leage. from Rome, and there .. me happiness. I was indefatigable in pursuit Flcmington, Marion Co., ., April, 18-9. Memph Convention. to enquire. The rebuke of i the Republican purpose

tend to enfeeble the vigor intellect, 'lo low. I awaits and further instrcions.rom and not to be discouraged. At length 1 was We ceo that the Governors of some ofthe

er the tone conscience, to vitiate the whole] I ( his Government. In these affairs with fortunate 8'lo meet a young lady in t the 'tr. Cola mer llemoring LarIita.Y8 perceive Southern States are appointing delegates to was written before Col.! Benton's address

r soul, and inspire it with a distate for the so 1. the Romans, the French loss was one bundredand bloom of her beauty, with eyes of softest bluelong 1lr Collamer has already found i it this Convention(to beholden on the 4th of July had reached many of the Democratic Journals ,

emn, important duties and destination of a mo eighty killed, and four hundred wounded.It silken hair that vied with the raven'swing necessary' remove certain ladies, holding ;" it was consequenty premature to condemn i'

ral and religious life. appears that MasHal Oudinot, when he in color, teeth of pearly hue, cheeks. of obscure post offices./ The following a punishment The grand importance connecting the Atlantic I their silence. It charged that Col. r' !i

Here I may be allowed, it is to be presum.ed sailed fromjCivita Vecchia, was under the impression vermillion, and a compluio. fairer than p S. of one of Fitz Henry Warren's con and Pacific by a Railroad, tho beat i
Benton
has tat( fides
stitucnts "virtually en against
to offer a 'few suggestions to the ladies pri'I e. that the intervention of the French rian marble. was more beautiful than I : means and points of doing which will be con u"or

tent concerning their! duties with respect I to troops was desired by the Roman people, and a houri, and gentle as.a dove kindness lurked i N. L. Stout, Bloomington, Muscatentlowa, sldered by the Convention, is felt and acknowledged the South, and yet Democratic prestos-

amusements. Not many years ago a !lady the resistance and discomfiture he met with I beneath the glance of her;silken lashes t ; I vice Mrs. S. Earl.GaUan. Florida well are quiet-" overlook," I even conc, a 1".*. tha

from the North, distinguished alike for moral was most unexpected. The Roman Assembly her breath was sweeter than the spicy! gales. ., ,Fitz Henry, asks the by every one. as as fact. If the matter be, as the Republican

1 i and intellectual excellence, and a professing bad despatched a deputation to the French of Arabia, and the tones of her voice more Erie Observer, what sin against Federalsmhad other States, has an interest in the mater,, asserts,then we say let those Democratic Jour

:;: Christian, passed: a winter in New Orleans. army, requesting them to assign reason for I ho musical than the sweetest' Bounds ''of n"lE' poor Mrs. Earll committed r and ire suggest that,our Governor also designate condemn

She moved among our most fashionable pc o. armed occupation of their territories by a foreign Han harp.. She had 'decision of character' must eo son be brought to the block 1., Had suitable delegates to represent her nals which refuse t Col.] Binton,

pie, and participated in all their social exhi.i force. The answer was, that the flt.. excellent taste, intrinsic' merit, but :want of she a son among the Iowa volunteers in Me x. there. We have, no doubt that intelligent have sentence of condemnation. passedagatat t ,

Litions and pleasures. As she was leavingus reason was to (the Roman external accomplishments. Her circumstances ico, and thus committed .the unpardonable sin ; themselves. But if they era.to be reLuke for ,

. I.; she spoke to some of her intimate Iriends from Austrian invasion.preserve The second was to and condition of life were such 8 had rather or, did he only interfer in elections" by gentleme of public spirit, can be induced togo not "exposing and denouncing his position," '

thus: "There is much more of the :good and ascertain precisely what were the sentiments admitted of the cultivation of the mine voting against Gen. Taylor and thee ? Yr who will form a, respectable delegation. what is to bo said of a Southern which

h admirable in your city than I antIcipatedJour ; of the population in relation to the form of than the more brilliant qualities of female r d. had she, unlucky woman, disregarded that press
character is much misrepresented and Government. And the third was a desire to ucation. I was charmed, by her Jo elnesa I only article of faith upon which Gen. Taylor CAUGHT.-Federick and Miller, chargedwith not .only does not "denounce if, but even

'I traduced at the North But there is one evil put in train measures which would secure a softened by her- goones, and kindn.s; definitely. in the canvass last fal, expressed the murder of Dudley, in Wakulla county says of Col. Benton HE 1 KICUT: !11 The

f among you which I deeply feel and deplore.Your reconciliation between the Pope and the peo thought (hat I happy with this ere a. himself -early marriages: 1 joking aide, have been apprehended and delivered to Richmond Whig, the most influential l whig pa.

p amusement!'are- carried on with an e x. ple: ,On the 27lh, the Assembly resolved to lure if she was but accomplished. For .with is not this pretty work l for an dministration t that the sheriff.: We understand their trial has per South of the Potomac,has emphatically la.

i cess prejudicial alike to comfort health, ti'i r. I adhere to,their Republican form of Govern. my enchantment, I .wa too much, influencedby came into power professing to have no "friends I I Benton cheers him ia
sides and
with
tue, and all l! the g 'l.\'er.occupations, of life. to forcibly .oppose (he.entrance of the1 cold calc1aton! of my standard, to be' lo reward," andyetdescends'to the removal I been postponed ,till next Wednesday week.r. kin oo

In the winter.they,seem to engross your supreme rentand troops into the city. Cannon were; content:and consequently lost this precious of I ladies lo jeward/partizanihip 1-Pfnnsyl.canton. 1.1 The wife o( rderrk'i! also accused of parJficipation his 'labr. Has the KepMiea 1 norhfof to '

attention; to b. the, object t.of your 'accordingly 1 planted along tb ..road., ..and In I jewel. Some time elapsed before j J was able. \ ; ; deeds. 4 "1 say'o'its! whitonrrre.; j
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I Plea for Prcs;;iption., !, liant speeches' in 3&uggling Mistake: son, were alt3e lr fll: yThlffaults are supi I WILMINGTON, N.',C., Rttr: 25.-Tur. For. New York ,

I The ungenerous and unjust efforts of theorgnS ever uttered by ; i public, with what infinite posed to be In the burnt district were tine, -c.-Yellow Dip; 81 fl3lol 90 per THE fine Packet Eril SW ANN.

V L of the Administration to blncUfii self therein upon the situated the most extensive business houses in .having good aeconunnatiou \
: present presses throughout barrel of 320 pounds Virglft Dip; 82 50 to
; sail for the above
and
ground. It would the city just at this limolhey nil had large pas.ugetswill p6rt despatch
tIle cliarablcr of all those \\lu.in tie pro. had been defeated. since, emblazoned to the stocks on hand, of which very little has been 82 75 ; Hard, 95 cents; Pitch f 81 00. For freight or passage apply In tbeCaptatnrntoMcNAtJGILT

F eiip1ivo Cabinet cjf Gen. Taylor arc remo. fact that t 10: II. W. saved. --, -- ----- ,- -- New ott. May 26,1S49. 21GRISWOLD'S !ORMOND. r

,'in" from ctflct,, ?is ffccixia;, as it merits, a Hon. James : at the Court of The entire loss is estimated at Fire MARRIED

stands The in ,' } detected: in tho disgraceful of Dollars, and the amount of Jlilin.un. In Wafcnlla County May 3M: by the Rev. Mr. IMPROVED ;
most indignant rebtikp.. The matter Whigs, : I i ; Le ter.lr. GRANT SCURRY Of Leon County,to
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known.
thus : 'Gen.'TnJ'or: U fcorrimitted I Lj the most t in Alabama 1l\'e I : The fact that :1. EU! SCO'I youngest daughter of fl. COTTON GINR

tolomn making removals for their candidate for ; I ; -that he was appointed OUT-VOTED BV lUS'CABINET N.Scott,of Wakula TiE Subscribe will conlinoe to Mannfcctorff .
pledges against I
In Monroe County, Georgia Sunday morning, n Gins oh his usual l extensive scat, aided ..
the fake opinion. It W been found .that that State. Dr. ) administration-and A writer in Washington, speaking of the 27thull.by the Rev. J. P. Dtntn. JAMES W. by long experience firs! class workmen, bed

itjltrcMs of Ibo! patty, nnd the good to the Democratic the Democratic party might appointment of Collector of\Ihp Port of Philadelphia GAUL-DING. (Editor of the .,>) l lo Miss LUCIN- materialahd the most improved machinery,which K
llic
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Whig gives as a' reason why: Mr. Peter IA J., daughter: of Thomas F. Malone, ol Russellcounty enables him to furnish an articlewhich,for faithful
of Why; partisans; 'n-quirc tidt. t Democrats to assemble, has by the propagation of Sken Smith was unsuccessful; that "the Alabama. workmanship durability and superior t.

thouli! :Je swept from their posts,. and Whigs present political [ it perfectly delightful to President .,was out-voted by his Cabinet !"- Dr.- C.- H., BUNTING- i is Having not "'nrpassed in addition by any;offered Reed's in Patent the rcCormarce.) 'j.i!,

rewarded with their stations. To save Tay.3o .. ing extract from : friends to iterate and This is tbejcry.latest' fashion that has been Vater-Roiprocured great cost the sole right lo ,. j

engrafted on -tho, Executive prerogative, by SURGEON DENTIST ule on Cotton Gins. Dev 1n. Wood fc Hancock' :
] (from the odium which would fall upon the "The though our government t
the new Administration." For. celebrated Patent Oil-Savin; Box, which i is consid- 1
"tno.pafty .
author of violated promises, his advocates ImVe\ forward and -what though our fair mer Presidents: have read the constiti- QUINCY, FLA.1lFEaricE erect far superior to any now in L
the hardihood, after having: : taken their,places, nents, is no reason might be stained, and our lion as.requiring of them these.lection : Having furnished eight hundred Ginj to the Planien '4 .: t
be driven from ,.personally, : last season; which hare given. universal fitis. ,. ,. [
to traduce the character of those who have the orthodox ) by the circulation, with its of candidates forjmportant offices, DR. J. L. SHIELDS. GEN. C. H. DuPONT (action, will b j a sufficient guarantee (bat hli Colon .

been removed. The insulting effort is madeto Sit !! such a report ;-thcro was and tha. they wen responsible, under DR. J. M. W. DAVIDSON, WM.TJl STOCKTON. Gins are highly approved. ,
party.Tjth their oaths for all such Dr. B. will be in Tallahassee the'tirst Engagements can be made on the most accomtno-
I week in
create the impression that it:1S for in. devotedness in a Hale! whig capital by : ofclal appointments. f:. dating terms with his Travelling Agent, who will
But in his
competency, want of capacity and fidelity to that party, I must ) immediately all hands laid : Tay'or, the simplicity has been madeto June 2, 19.10. 23ICE cal: on Planter cenerallv.or by letter, addressed tJ ,.
if t "e1l"'I by scheming demagogues about at Clinton, Jones county Georgia.Gin .
In not to ,
their trust, and not because they were Dem. many al it wonderful. The ope. 11:, : it is for tber, not him, lo make: the ICE delivered lo the purchaser free of ezpens;

that hundreds who held office under jects cfthohig ; kind. For it not selections-and() that his "vote" is and warranted to perform well.
cerate was no more
article will
REGULAR of this desirable
dications, all the old t A supply The CheroKee Ct'Unties in Georgia,an l the North I- '
Mr. Polk! are discharged. Proscription under next session of ; attempted to make the than that 'Jf Ewing, Collamer, or Fitz WaKe be kept at the Rail Road Depot in the course astern part of Alaburnj.vill he furnished wit h Gin .j
ren Either this i is the case, Gen. Taylor} of next week. Thoie wishing the Particle wil from a branch of his biHine* at Rome. Floyd Couny -
the present Administration, which promised a U. Slates bank, infamous, but a few lakes this method of dodging o his repeated : ileae procure Iheir Tickets at Ihe Drug Store.E Georgia, known as the firm of GrUvrold & I King. .

to proscribe! it, is thus made to assume an and all the favorite proclaiming to European pledges! (tint he made before the election.In .- BARNARD, JR. Ice will be delivered at the .Any orders 'to their address, Kcmc Gcbrgia will.
er of the American v>ad Depot until 7o'clocc! and in no case wif lit belelivtred meet attention. .
odionsness) ) of character which it never before all who dread the exam either visw, he is sacrificing the dignity of without Tickets--jeroonj wishing the ar- prompt SAMUEL GRISWOLD. .
.
wore. Formerly the ofiice and its cmolu In his reply Mr. that the .Mexican Jhe Eiecutivecliair, to the lowest scheme of lice will please take notice of MM. The price de- Clinton.; May 2tj.. 184&. 21-fcvAdministrator's I.
self: party prejudice.The example which is af- : at the Depot,is 3 cents per lb. Tickets: for : p1))
ments were alone' required at the hands of country was involved, was Ibi. will be issued. .
r Sale
In 1843, in ford*.d the country at the present time, is as A small: of Ice will be E. Barnard's I
supply at ,
the i officer -now with these, his character a war of "Plunde and I : administrator of Edward Wilder hit
tiring ; II. of
this humiliating 1 to who assisted in
Congressional many bringing where a Ticket for 5 )lb will procure Ibs. Ice. As '
!
his standing, his good name, are ruthlessly was in, favor of to the age in which we it into po\vertas to those, who opposed the} Those wanting Ice in large quantity-for parties, GadIen county deceased, will sell Before the.
Court House dcor in the Town
of Monday
1 and cruelly attempted to be taken (from opposed to a ; God" an "Iniquitous omi uat t ion.-'Co!ura bian I Register.The &.C., will please send orders to Mr. Nash, at the ISth day ot June next, the Quincy.undivided en inter- I '.,
he Depot,two or three tlys before it will be cal.
him. If the- powers at Washington think Improvements ; "-&c. &c. That men 'Flood of 1I ;gi lon-To: our shores led for,so (that it may be at hand if possible. eat of said Wilder in the following: real estate,to wit;

this system, FD foul in its inju tice, and crue] cccds of the public ; lo blacken the character from Europe-has conuncnced: in stronger tide The pi incipal Depot i* at.Yncport, here it cane TheSE 4 Section S.T2.R3.N k.W; theEloftheNE4ofSectioriST2R3.N&WtheS
the of obtnined in quantity, by applying: to Mr.
in consequences, will bo tamely submitted to, assumption the world, in denoun- this season .than ever. In addition to the DANIEL LADD,any W .1 of Section 8,T 2,R 3.N & W ; the S i Cf thtt
the General ; thousand five hundred and S; E I Section 7. T 2,R 3, N & W; and Lot on.
then they have egre iously mistaken. the character modification of the ; language like this, should twenty-five mentioned ffJ. ev. Tallahassee, JIrt 2.1S.a 22 hundred and nine ((109)) in the Town of Quincy.

of the American people. rifTfor protection, to enquire into the testimo en yesterday as having already Administrator's Sale. Said undivided interest amounting to the one-sixth
arrived at New YOlk' since the 2J April to ioid
of part of said real estate, which by order of the
We extract the following paragraph from a unless the duties o" (' charge against a the 3ih() inclusive, the New York Commercial WILL be sold! at public sale, before the Court Ion Jude of Probate to pay the debts ot the de: ,

masterly: ] aiticlc] on this buliject in the Union, have alone.since These of the oposito party, Wednesday, says : "There arrived at Monday( lol, e day door of Jil.nnt ir the city,two of NEGRO Tallahassee SLAVE on ceased.May 19,1849. J. M 20 W"DAVIDSON,Admr. ,

in relation! to the duty of the Senate in the even though the rcputa- his port yesterday, in twenty-eight vessels, 'elonsjifig' to the estate of the late W. n ,
casions tour thousand and hundred and seventy. deceased, consisting of valuable boy aged about Notice.
premises. c heartily respond our approval the might suffer, was perhaps ole ,
\ J am against n. and a wornanagel about 5U. Terms Cash.
>iir pisscngf; from Europe. Their num- Ate
of the here made such RICHARD HAYWABD, eekJ after I will make application fd
suggestion : legislation as : SIX
and her, from present appearances, will be greatv June 2. HJ' 22-5w Administrator.Quincy Hon. Judge ol Probate fur Madison County .
*' It is thus assumed by the friends of the' unjust. Smuggling on the part of h' add-d: to by \the\\ arrivals of vessels! to-day." for letters ot Administration on the Estate cl John

that Democrat who has the i issues' )OU so These nil New Male & Female J. Boycc, deceased. JOHN C. McGEHEE. I
administration, every excited such holy hor passengers pay at York, SI 1 Academy. .
May 2;. 1S43. 21 Cw
been removed, is guilty of tone: act which rc'cd by the ( ; whig patriotism, turns out per head commutation money. Since the 'r'nl E next session "il open on Monday June .

justify( his removal, independent of his party', according to I commencement, : of last. wed, fourteen vessels 10th. Students entering alter! Ihe beginning FEW HUNDRED BUSHELS CORN. .
political woul opinions or political conduct. And be permanently: : The New Yoik Tribune, ham arrived at Boston loaded with passengers {,f the session will only be charged from the lime otntcring. A For Sale bvR.O.&D.W.POST..
I The school has sustained no material in. .
self with them.
I has admit
tuch, we are informed, is the daily declarationif authority to that bringing'some twenty-five hundred im. jury frnm the loss ot its buildings by the late fire May I 19,194. CONotice.

< simple-minded man who ocrpaics the The Whigs of : disproved the charge migrants, besides a larger number who have Tie number of students continues to increase. The .. .

Presidency. I is also admitted by the shrewd satisfied, ifthcycan I dated Stockholm, April 20. arrived in British; schooners from the provinces. chEmical and portion of the apparatus destroyed: t
and intelligent friends of the administration, .-Baltimore Sun. have been promptly replaced, and important addi- CHARLES E. DYKE and M. D. PAPY are rny 1
such sentiments : tion to the latter Competent and faithful
who like the if'the Sun mar. duly authorised Agents and Attorneys during
correspondent ( co not in Ihe several
of the not sa that ho annexed [to the circular! ] An Alabama make the are emploved departments, mv. absence from the State.
peak approvingly practice. Thus is ) Blacheg.-n.c and no exertions will be wanting: on t their part to en. .
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SAM. SIBLEY.
from Baron May 19,1S49. S.
e\eiy Democrat removed from ofiice branded expresrcs a desire Mdiidcrstrom., ollowing clrr a letrr the New. ,ure the rapid improvement of those committed to

with diF 'acc by the very fact of removal.Now .- We daro that h the Ministry Foreign rorl Evening Post, dated at Washington, N. their charge. Board, including washing ,&e.",may Furniture for Sae.
say Mr.I Ellsworth's state. 18 he found at prices varying from $G to SW a month.
!
what isihe of Democratic Senate April :
duty a VARIETY of Household and Kitchen Purm
consent of both For further particularssee printed catalogue which
in \'itwof Euch an unjust and infamous ; from Baron Sticrneld, The usual complement of blacklegs to be be obtained by application to A tureis offered at private saleat reasonable pri
may
.)Hem efproscription as this ? We believeth tony aspersed I,) wllcl he says he had in. found on board of every boat on the Western N. STEWART, ces. Enquire at the residence of Col.! S. S. Siblev. .

whole country will respond to the declaration Whigs, and more Charge al Washington waters, was not wanting, and as a study they Quincy Jane 2,1349. 22-2w Principal. May 10, IS4?. 20Horses

that it is the duty of the majority of for his support of be entertained of Mr. E.'s afforded some amusement. One of them wasa WARM SPRINGS for Sales

the Senate to vindicate the reputation of their gentleman of of the malicious charges Mr.I Brown, .apparently h very respectable THREE good Horse for sale. Also, a

political friends from the imputation of disgrace I ; he says first appeared in nd: gentleman; ,like the venerable Mr.I Ephraim MERRIWETHER COUNTY, GEORGIA. k Barouch, Sulkev,Wood Wagon.c. Enquire I

\\hichtheir removal by calling force of which, he curriol: Sunday paper in Feninson, who did! MOSeS and the Vicarso THE undersigned takes this method of ot A.A. FISHER.
i
upon tbe President for the reasons implies of the re. cuts of a high order never copied in any very' hron' at the fair. He was goo very affable ( ut I well informing known the Watering publicthat place tho 101 be 1.at ready this May.- 1W, 1349. 20 '}
wi
moral, and publi-h them lo Ihe world. Then er perhaps than ; of an official statement and patronizing to young gentlemen, for the recoptioa of visitors, on the day of June Sale liZ Monday July.Guardian's '

the innocciit and the injured have an op. Alabama.Mr. authorities ; and finally, and fortune dilighted to reward him for his next. The whole stabliihment has been thorough. .
wi vindication and redress againstthe I merchant at 'Lubec who manifest virtues h giving him capital cards Iy renovated,and additional accommodations pro"i. I Sale
portunity Belser says, I ) led for in search of health and I be sold the first in thd
at
the and company pleasure. on Monday July -
copies trans- at in which to her WILL
political assassins, who to stab at polcr-a process save
attempt line of four-horse Post Coaches from
A
Xew Mexico and wi run : of Mrs. Theua in Leon county the
their chaiacters: under t the cloak ofalledged! properly at tested as correct. trouble, he helped! her out by certain arts of: Bellvieu to Greenville, via. the connectingthe follow inl I tract of land : t.

official and moral delinquency.' And, in our *. I go for d 'iJin in this refutation, shufiling all his own. One of his tricks, point. two main lines of travel between,Montgomery The W i joftheSW 4; and 13 acres of the ft enihoftheEioftheSV4Section29,12,112N&E I a .c l Ib,

belief, the Senate old! do e\'CI more than tions, and If this di ftpprobatlon"w} more than assertions is pd out to me by a knowing by.slander, consisted and the Atlantic, at those two points and affording J I f.

this. It should withhold! its approval of thenomination effected, I will be side, shall rejoice that in holding his cards up to his bosom, as every facility direction.to passengers to reach the Springs I I ci Tallahassee,containing 93 acres,more or less. l

: of any 011 ccr\ho has taken the south, number? thom : Ellsworth and the hon though jealous his neighbors in examining from Experienced: every Assistants lave been providedin cleared There and are Under about cultivation fifteen acres,the on balante the( aboVe is weed-tract If.

place! of a Democrat removed fur a falsely: al- taining our claim stand relieved from asper- them. The .hidden 'resources of extra cardsinside .the various departments of : : "

talked cause ; and! this .should\) I be done, how. tance at all of his waistcoat, were of course only The Warm Springs are situated on a spur of the lud.Tmn of Sal-Note* *ith approved security. t
himself Pine G6 miles north-ea,t from the city of payable 1st January 1S5I, and 1st January lS52jaring rJ..
over wottby or meritorious the appointment. : known to but I was assured that he lIountoin.
) Fountain gushes forth 1400 pal interest at 6 per cent. from Jan. 1, 1S50.- iJ
: Since penning, this article, our eye has fallen to which I am nc. was provided with an apparatus: under his loni of water of 00 degrees temperature per minute.Of Titles made to purchaser when Ihe lat payment i i. It
The for a moment entertained clothes:! so contrived d that by stretching out the efficacy of these, watersin the cure of uuny made. WILLIAM ALDERMAN. r
I on the following extract from (ten. Tnylor's : charac. one J leg or_ lhe'other, by means of straps and diseases the fullest proof can be furnished 1 May 19, 194:. 20 t
injurious to
in Alabama the Mobile gives the folowin ( my JOHN L. MUSTIAN.
organ i springs he could push up concealed cards
Adccrt.ur both it and the
contrary, June 2,1919- 2.hvSherf's Notice.SIX '
which, in justice to the editor, we re-pub' recent meeting -who of course within reach of his hands, the movements .
months after date the of tha
undersigned one
Sale.
lish city : have borno which were then invisible from their rapi4i.
: con. ot the estate' of William S Thens
.. REMOVALS ThOM Orncc.-!If we l know The the promptness and good( ty. Having become quite interested in this B Y virtue of a Facias issued from late of Leon county, d-ceased, will present his accounts .
I
j ono of the largest ." amialle gentleman, I rejoice to say that the Clerk's Otce: of the Circuit Court for the arJ vouchers to Ihe Hon. Court bf Probate ot
of the character of Jen. ) and 01 .
anything Taylor has assembled in Mr. rown anda/r// of his seemed to win County of Jackson, Western Circuit of F'rida. and I Leon County and ask [for a final jettleuicnt and dia
the men by whom he is surrounded, they must to me directed, wherein Daniel Cook plaintif.I charge from his said administration. .
view with decided disapprobation, if not disgust At no period during at New Orleans. all the money that maJe: 'its appearance on and Reuben SCtt is defendant t. I have ,upon SIMEON THEUS. .

canvassdidthe llullctin of the 22d inst. tho table. anJ will sale, before the Conrl.Housedoor. May 19,1S49. 20
thocourse it (the National Whig) _ _ ofer .
i in the town Quincy. the first Monday in July, .
pursuing. We hesitate not to say for our own manifest more zeal ti compelled to use the plu. OrThe following anecdote is none the 1310, within legal hours, the following described Florida, Middle .Circuit. .

part-(and we hope the whole whig press of bers. The : ters. The one at Sauvc's worse for being authentic. We get the sto. propertyto wit : "
IX GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT.
the country, will speak out on this fiulijecl)- elsewhere, will, we ry from an intelligent friend, who had it from The following Negro Slaves: Jeff, Dick Fields
bat the position assumed by the National of every citizen of by Grant, and ihcre- the victim himself:- and Spencer. Archibald McPhatter: Guar. .
Levied as the property of said defendant dian Thomas Wilks ATTACHMENT
'Whig in relation to removals and perate, yet firm, to form even an idea re. Maxham thA upon } i
: some
appoint.ments "Ephraim years ago and to be sold to satisfy said writ of Fieri Facias.B. Cs. SUm sworn to $1 1lO.
meets our decided condemnation. It which tho canvass success. One thing, able editor ofthl< "People's Press," at Mid. C. WEST Sherif. John Johnson.

is calculated we tLink to District.Mr. VtV since in the By R. F. crfendant and all others interested will take .
bring disgrace on and that is, that he has dleburj, -a journal merged \ E. THE
this Administration, and the sooner it is repu. Yancey was Northern Galaxy": -having grown a.weary Jun_ 2. 1c19. of the commencement of this suit by attachment .

dialed, the better. When the Whig graselya'serts meeting for two perfectly unshackled, of single blesse.dnes.vat: an early age, got mar State of Florida ..-Middle Circuit. ,and appear and plead to the declaration. filed I
and that in this ease R. E.GlBSO .
best ?, his ,
speeches success
that not a e removal pf in. or ried. The the nuptial,
sil an Sunday following Daniel Ladd.Comp., May 19,1349 20 Atty. of PUT. ,
rumbent, not a single refusal to re.appoint 1 spoke of the : personal matter. The I which had made considerable stir in the village vs. 1 In Chancery in the Circuit .

]Democrat) has been dictated 1 by the fact that animadvert very on the opposite side, is where the bridegroom resilfr the happy Augustus Sieele &Elizabeth Court for Wakulla NOtice 1

the incumbent or applicant was a du-ct as a ruined the of I' pair" attended the Congregational church, his wife, Derli.ltizaCounty: j on Bill filed I: SIX months after date the undersigned adminis
beth ,
Dcmocrat. '\'erl Cottingham
crops
and tint the speech in ibis and the broad aisle undera de /Joni noj of the estate of SainualTheua
Administration were walking up to the of the Court that :
( J ly answered. He !. Above, tho water I I appearing satifaciot late of Leon Co'unty,deceased, will present
ii. consultations and decisions in tctpect to I sharp fire from several hundred curicus eyes, L the defendants but not in the
his accounts and vouchers to tbe Hon. Court of Pro.
appointments to office, upon the sole groundof poitant questions rear for the dis'ance of when the parson, nnotmcing his text, exclaimed Circuit in which the bill is filed : ft is therefore i/e-, bate for Leon County, and ask for a final settlement

capacity, fidelity to the constitution, and tions and it has "joined: issue" I in a loud voice-" Ephraim is joined to creed and ordered That Unless I he said defendantsdo : and discharge'from his said administration. I
here and answer the complainant's on i
boncfcty,' we know it is simply SOT rzwx.onownnJ .- frey, and Gnu, that through at the! Powder his idols! -let him alone !" To bo "singledout" the appear first Monday in August next Ihe same bi betaken I SIMEON THEUS. .

\% GO does everyman, that ;>o/i/i'/ He assumed that in no public and imceremoniom a man for confessed, the matters thereof decreed accordingly MvM9.1949. ,20

calconsideration have influenced the Admin. were entitled to ner so soon 'after he had been lawfully : Provided That a copy of this order be I GEO. H. BESTWICK, .
and if he failed di to dark last evening, rose in one of the printed in .
some
lo published newspapers !
istration in removals and it is and 4' doobled" vexations to
many right was terribly poor this Circuit once a week for two months successively. Wholesale & Retail Grocery & Provision Dealer,
proper that they should. It i is utterly absurd, setitativcs by in the Second Municipal! "Epi! ," while ,ft utterly rained the devo. THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. TALLAhASSEE FLORIDA. !

ridiculous and disreputable to pretend to the wise occupying" i we are writing, is still ad. lions" of all Ihe young men nod maidens," Newport May 12, 1S4. TTEEPS constantly on band, and for sate at IhdJY

contrary. The I doctrine of tho Whig leads to f.ithfulstfant. hold the opinion, that we whose risbilitygrew none the less as the par. A tine copy: GEO. L. BRYANT, Clerk. lowest cash prices, for cashall the articles in .
the of many June 2. IS 16: 22 this line of business. Flours of best qualities .
inevitable conclusion, that every man: re. the worst. The Crevasse son wont on repeating the unlucky text, at Sugar
raorcd by Gen. Taylor was cither incompeteut Congressional frequent intervals; to the end of his discourse. State of Florida.--Middle Circuit Codec. Teas.Bacon Hams,SoapCandles,liuts,Rat
winds bo sins Lard, Whiskey,and all other articles, usually ,
Hilliard expected
to vote may .
or dishonest! and hence removal carries on ._ __ ,_ .
= r. :: :: Sarah M.Whiting ) In Chancery in the Circuit found in similar establishments. All persons want j
with i personal insult and disgrace. Wo arc Southern interest. of rain must( fall. Br. Corbvtt'4 Highly Concentrated r3. > Court for Wakulla County on ing to purchase any of the above articles;are respectfully -

not prepared to content to any such doctrine We take this : Shaker Syrup of Sarsnparilla. Francis B. WhWcg.: ) Bill filed. invited to call and price then before buy \ "

-rather, \\e enter our solemn) protest against Yancey and our I G.-\ young negro Testimonies as t tO the wonderful cures effected by TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that ing elsewhere. '

5t. Probably, as a general rule, the gentlemen ureonco more ( to Col. S. B. Richardson, this invaluable nje<)icme are daily unsolicitedly ten _L the Defendant, Francis B. Whiting resides in Store formerly occupied by L. & HGreenb rg ,
dered those who have Iieen by its etticacyIrom Texas,one of the States of the United StatMatd: : out & Co.,corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets.
killed by pared
shoulder in behalf) was by a shock of
rpro\'cd are a unexceptionable! moral) alarming diseases,and relieved from the rOt of this State, so that ordinary process cannot be served May 12, l94). IP. f
and fociully, as (comj'Cicnl and as the best interest ht of the 31st last month. an-jravated cordilion of Impure Jilood, Scrofulous{ upon him : D is therefore decreed ant ordered

*ed in all the private relations ')1life, as their Taint &c. lint it ia not the design or purpose of That a hearin of the facts. charged in s-id bill be Just Received, ,
succesfcors. Such is the case ire in this Mississippi! AT ST. LOUIS. the ,proprieforeto bring it into notice or repute by had on the frt Monday in September next, at NewPort SCHR. TALLAHASSEE a large and fresh
knot publishing accounts ot extraordinary curel it has ci. ,in the county of Wakullaat which time said : PER!Ply ol sil ar-cured Ham, plain Hams. Rice",
Ciy and we would be the last man whowould .a large meeting 18, p. qj.--TJl team- fected, or the great relief and benefit which hun. defendant may appear and plead or answer to and Flo-ir Bacon Sides Lard &c. All or which will ba .
admit any doctrine that could bo conUrued of i disastrous fire in this tireds and Ihousands. hat realized fromits:use. We defend against said bill. .Ind it further ordered, sold at the very lowest rates for cash only. t
into an assault on their character and parts .Mississippi thl know the public are satiated with u1aininadvertse- That a copy of this order be published in some one GEO. H. BESTWICK :
reputation at the Capitol of ; Bates: Taglioni, Bo ments and extravamnt and perhaps false statement!* of the newspapers printed this Ciicuit once a Corner Mouroe and Jefferson slreetl..ct.: '
They were
ted 1 a fntcmen. remo. tion of the Eagle, Sarah, Kit Carson, of the ondtrful effects of certain medlcma prepay week for at least three months. May 12, 1549. 1!> ,- '
purely and great '
exclusively on political grounds. Acadia ; Mameluke, Bay ations. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. ;. / .
There is no mistake about i t, and it is utterly occupying Peters, Redwing, Alexan We rely pon: Ihe merits of this medicine alone Newport, M.y "' 'IS-i-t. Copartnership Notice.HAVING .

)viselesi for any one to pretend to the contrary. The Governor of Eliza Stewart Manda. lo bring it info enrlle. I has been tested for A true copy: GEO L. BRYANT.Clt.rk. taken into Copartnership with me. I

JVy were removed on political considerat'ws several year*;and the sale is rapidly increasing. 2,1649.J 22 II. HODGKISS. Esq the business ,,
and that and that minent actor: was ; and Frolic. The above I II It is designed as a permanent, substantial and standard will be in luture be conducted under the name, firm i ..
on ground, on ground I Leon County.
alone author of tho t entirely I destroyed, together I medicI,and may always he depended upon,by Middle Circuit-- and style of W. W. CHOOM & Co. We shall be
we are prepared to defend the ; many of which were Ihe ,!edica Faculty and all others, to be just whatit Sila F. Burney > In Attachment. glad to receive the continued patronage vL( our former ."'
*ct of removal. We V Sum to $ 0 .
want nothing better.fle .- were put forth by A I purports be. r5 sworn 4S.10. customers.
delilc all these cowardly subterfuges. dress marks its large number of bar. The Formula 1.1 been lid before the New Hampshire Isaac hlutto. ) Bond 1$100 00. W. \v. CROOM, ,
also burned.
were there and
Medical approved interested here. TIIOS. H. HODGKISS..
Uy to and evade the real Socety. rplIE defendant and all ethers are .
'attempt dtrue dodge ability. We shall burning boats fired the at the su" celebrated Dr.TWllchel. of J_ by notified of the institution of the above suit Qnincv._ \ : q.Ism. 19 4w (Sent.) ,
lr'nt *? issue in this matter of removal it week. commencing at Lewis- Keene (;ho has tested its virtues, approves and required to appear and plead lo the declaration -
next
eJo is but one honest and correct view for heart business. The and prescribes this medicine,) an additionwas filed therein within Ihe time prescribed by law. Notice. .
>V r higi to take vides for the made to this rreparationwhkh renders it superior &GWYNN.May .
and that is, that it is the duty of thrr of offered the WALKER ALL persons having claims and demnndi against
th Adminutralion remove Dcmorcats c tion, for the .qlarter to any.Sfap'ari Syrup ever to 2.j- lS49. 21 Ally's for rrl. &lateof Waller W.Tavlor.Ueceasedlate of
t and back Second.
Just to public. Leon County are hereBy notified (fo present them .
in their stead, and why quibble to be held on the building is destroyed It will b'louml on trial thOUhls Syrup l!cheaper WAKULLA HOTEL, lo Undersigned properly authenticated, within
.>out it, und try to doge it? Let us bo hone Tbe le to send than any other similar preparation according to TiE NEWPORT SPRINGS FLA. the time prescribed by law ; and all persons Indebtedto 4
you AT
tit to ourselves and just to our ex. any its strength. ,,. said Estate are r qn&ctltomaleimteffiafe pay .
opponent. :
vention will Rfereoces.-Dr.: J. C. Warren,Dr.J. .Warrrn 4A11. 'T'IIIS HOTEL has been completed, and ment. RICHARD HAYWARD, Adm. i
extensive establishment or \ John Jeffries, Dr.: J. V. C. tIiI JL now presents to the public a desirable 5,1349.
May J8-'lm.
The Eufdula Democrat thus speaks of the Whig and with, all the types, Smith and others of Boston and vicinity,; also, to Iilb&ptaceot! resort for the approaching season -

Congressional election in Virginia number of the \ The offices of the celebrated Physician and Surgeon VatenlneMol. It U not deemed necessary to speak> of the advantage' Great .Bargains-Real Estate.T ,
: destroyed. those who
City pf r'ew York; several of whom hav.e derived from the wateu'andbatbjlg- by 1
f.fcr man who signed the Southern ad. Legislature. The Reveille, and Auzezier, (a given their names in writing, in favor of\ this mcdi.cine. have frequented the Springs. The virtues of the WILL sell roy plantation C40 :acrer; one mile .
*" ) and adulation. 1 North of Talfehassee, finely watered, mere 'Ifcan ,
a candidate re-election oflhe conduct ;) shared the same fate. A water are well kmmwTii. requite no
\1 fo was vat None genuin without tbe signature of Dr. Cor- loadditionto the former attraction..an Ice llotisewillbewell one halftandin.' intimbertich hamnvck. $fl.OO :
o eced. Every man whq refused to sign from Mississippi in offices saving.only a small ..'. ttitb this.deirabte atice. and a per acr*. Also:my house and ml l, in Tallahassee ,
fled
: JJJ SOuther add"C5S and was a candidate ,. "toEDWARD BRINI' EY & CO- Sole Acjtp} ,. Mint ,' ar by. New Stables e. for $l.S1XI. TVttW-One third Cashthe balance, '
thr re.elecion "a beatett-!McDwel'vl' dress. I sajs I ; office, the Banking lousts Noi.. 3. and 4, South, side' Fanuil. Hal Btlt reeled, and ylsitots will receive every attention cal two equal annual installment from 1st Jannarj.

only? exceplion' ; and he bare warned 'us 1 Presbury > LEWIS & AMES, tulated to wake theirsta' at the SpriDg.ltfIDh IS.1O. JOHNPiDcVAL. .
,b J d. and E. .- v 'Sole 1orTulabasue! icwpnrtMay 19,J34 i it D1Aithy5,1a4'. 18
esbIt.4& Co P,, Fei. 0 Aghl .
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i lferDSp!; Congress. on. oflhe. moit bril ar: entitled to our 4 J. ,1
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MEDICAL Dissolution.HUE W. T C HAUCTIONEER $200 HEWARB.PROCLAMATION --
VALUABLE DISCOVERY. NOTICE .
LAl 1 OA l .V'IA. between
copartnership heretofore existiong

A man *>T tU name..r C/.irr hm .nfi' with jrottltfof DR. TARVIN'S' LADIES' RELIEF PILLS Dr. Charles T. Darby JL S. S. Knight & G. H. Berwick,under the name ,

.. the mini* of*, f Tins...nJ. and oiet hit n*nie t pal 1) ESPECTFULLYannounces: to the public in gen. and style of S.S. Knight &Co., is this day dissove. '.-- TALLAHASSEE, FLA.RCrCR .

t|1 I Pur'&i*ntl*, .hich they cull f>r.To"-oMiidi f.npria ARE an effectual remedy for the following! painful Jeral that he has permanently located himself The books and paper are in the hands of S. TO

.""* .r I OKA'dJCK. Origin! e'e This Tn'nlld s distressing ( complaints iZ: Amen- Monticello, Florida, and will be found at all! limes.unless ; All peron. having unsettled business Messrs. II. BOND, J. W. AROTLI: D. C. Wzt.'oN1
.doctor, end I> WM but WM' fnnnerlfft worker on hi! oirhcea, or obstructed menstruatIon,DJ.menorrbce, professionally engageti. Strict attention will with the firm will please call at 3 early day for set H. FLAGaT.J.hIoDsm and J. T.ARCHER. t tJo'
m*
the inirpnu offninlnf c"di Kir whM Il U not. This Is to can- with nick head.ad" sometimes profnse for a considerable be paid to all professionafcalls. Tallahassee, April 24,1849. March 10, 1S49. 10 BY WILLIAM D.

Lou! Ihe public not & h. deceived. *nd pnrchaie eon but the entirely t.uppressed Chloiosis, May5lS49. IS S. S. KNIGHT. In Chancery. Governor of Florida 'IOStLn

011/1 OKIOIA\1L O/.UDr.JneobTt>.DMad'i 6uMperilla. or Ltnccorh ,or Whites-soothes GEO. H. BESTWICK.
bevIs i U the Old Dr" srten.itkntu. SIMON TOWLE. MABIANO D. P.P\ MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. -IN GADS. WHEREAS it having been Dude
c (m Ilkenrii hl fiuillf COM 0$ eases tr'n of life-Suppression ol the locbia April2IS19. 17.Admnistrator's. known to

.tint hit tif mure *er..the t
/WI/a Office, 105.V",".-t., V I )'.r* Q ,. the gums, Convu1ionsorEpiIeptic fits, Lownesiofspnifs. Attorneys and Counsellors Law, Notice. The Branch of the Bank of the) F.County WOOD Jarkson the in 'Ills State.b one BEr\JAMIN
upon body ef
I Nervousness, 'en Barrenness a State Alabama Elijah t. Jordon
Cot .If
Debiitand cs Compl't"t" that the .all
said Wood has
the Practice fled
association for from
formed I
I. many other diseases that are too tedious HAVING an shal present myaccounf ,. Jstiee
...-:. to mention t that are generally catrsed hyatt obstruction wi attend the several Courts of the SIX vouchers and apply the Hon. Judge (' Benjamin C.West.SheriffofGads- NOW THCRErORK, I, WlLLIAM D. [(, .

.. .,. or want of tone in the female genital or- Middle ff Florida, and in the District Courtof Probate for Gadsden County for a final settlement den County,and ex-offieio admr. Bill to foreclose Governor of 'the State of Florida by 'ifr(? Jr ?'

.. the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entrusted and discharge (from the administration::: of the estate on the Estate of James Innerar Mortgage.ity authority. in me vested by tfce laws of laid Li ,fc

\ They promote all the secretions and excretions in to their care will receive prompt attention. Archibald. Black, dec. ; and also a settlement and dec'd., John Inncrarity. r hereby offer two hundred dollar retvard for the,!,

the female organism; they effectually remove all CO-:: Office in the C'pitol final discharge as Administrator on the dower allot William P. Innerarity. Santiago prehensionol saidWoodand his safe e1i'erl 7 .?*

.t ', obstruction from the female! conti';izt ion,unless complicated February 17, 7 ted and set apart to Margaret Black, dee, 3 widowof Innerarit. Lewis W. Minor and Sheriff the said county of Jacbon I'"Jftna.Said

with some other easeand then greatly said Archibald Black, dec., late of said ('ounty.E. Heloise Minor, Defendant j J JIT Benjamin F. Wood is a man cf lark

.. relieves it. Gradually introduced into the system, Notice. S. SHEPARD. Admr. complexion, about 5 feet 10. inches, qoiie slender
; BEING MADE TO
APPEAR affidavit filed
': they restore a healthy action in the uterus and its the Hon April 7th, 1S49. J4 by slow spoken and has a quiet inoffensive '
.. \ SIX months after date, I shall apply t te I in this cause, that John F. Innerarity resides be.. He formerly resided about appnl1te..
appendages. The great advantage and superiority of Claiborne in
of Probate (or the County of Jefersonforletters Alabalta
yond the limits of the State of Florida to witin the
"p/ the Ladies' Rebel Pills over all other medicines is, of dismission as Executor cf W.'lliam; H. Jefferson Circuit Court. State Alabama that William P. In witness whereof I have h.;,,
that while t they eradicate disease,they invigoratethebody. ; Innerarity re [SEAL.] my hand ard canned the
Mathers, late of said county, deceased. tie IN CHANCERY.bonis sides out of the Middle Circuit of Florida to wit.in great seal! /
William admr. J
f- \ : Many persons have been cured by the use of SOLOMON E. Bailey, : 1 I the State to be affixed this Pith !
the of Pensacola in the State of Florida that day
MATHERS of John Bella- City "
.
non ; A. D.
affliction often In short \131, 1519.
the"e pills after an year Jefferson 10 J Bni for ReliefFormy
County February
i ; 61 resides the limits of the
dec. Innerarity beyond
\\ 01 these pills are a perfect regulator of the monthly Comp. [ ale ofIand,0, ,. t aside Santiago WILLIAM D. MOSELEY.
0 : State of Florida wit in the IslandofCuba that
to I the
;
Ey Governor
& ;\ evacuations (if females. If t hey are profuse or irregular LEWIS AMES Conveyance, &c. : Governor of Florid
\ and Da. Lewis W. Minor and Heloise Minor reside beyondthe I
they (I the Relief Pills) restore them to their & Henry Dnzgett J A. E. MAXWILL, Secretary of State.
and and DEALKKSIXDRUGS vid Barrow, )tpr. } limits ol the Slate of Florida,to wit,in the State The
and
OLD) nU..1COH) { 'I : TOWNSEND regular period proper quantity quality, the CO-: Sentinel Florida Whig Pen coa IV. ,
of It is therefore Ordered That
do likewise if obstructed.Many to the satisfaction cf this Court, by Virginia : Pensacola
they are scant or MEDICINES, PAINT OILS.Toiltl appearing ocrat. Gazette, and AdTtruI
Apalachicola
THE ORIGIN% Or THE IT
the bill
said named Defendants do and
\IJI81'\'EIEI affidavit made in this that the said defendants appear answer
females are thrown into convulsions or ie Glass cause ser, will publish one month.
ticuuinc: Townsend Sarsaparilla.'M fits by the suppression or obstruction of Fpi4Itptic rttlr Perfumery. Widow reside out of the State of Florida beyond the complaint filed therein, within the times limitedto : May J, IS'!. 20 _

tlr.TtmnienJ I* now about 70 )'ear of are. and tsi I Inn: monthly evacuations, (occasioned by cold or some : ERC IFS AND COI.RI, jurisdiction of this Courtbut in the United States : them respectively that i is to say-the said John

.. know I 11t.1VTHOH. nnd DISCOt'KRKR "f I hWK.VI.VK I other cause) and remain objects of pity and distressthe Apothecaries' Glass Wane, Ac, It ii OJtrd. That the said defendants, Henry Dog- F. InneiarityLewi W. Minorand Heloise Minor., Sale of Florida Lands -
( 7'Q".VVS.15.fRI. fTMIEabove constantly on hand,and :or sale at the within the period of four months from ihe date of ,
IRIO''f4 remainder of their lives these and David Barrow do and the
pills answer
; cure by removing pelt appear
which A.i''U'nc,"e.n.IMHIT I bI Wo CII'II.d) I ullrkeL and nuf.rlur.the .&!*, cir- (he cause which first produced the disease. JL lowest maiket prices. Bill of Complaint filed in this cause within four the first publication of this order; the said WilliamP. and Lots and MTtartesin city ofApalachicolg,

ruui'.cnlicd 10 thol IDly whu had proved in worth and known Many ladies, 'from imprudence or some other e, LEWIS &AMES. months from the date of the publication of this order Innerarity within the period of two months ; and rpHEApalachicoIa Land Company will
kind rmichetl the rar' of nevnrthrlcti. alti cal Tallahassee November 20, 1S47. of six offer b.
Hi .hle. many IS the said Santiago Innerarity within the period 1 sale
I take cold after which the said Bill will he taken for con fested at the Merchant's
>we in-noni who rind I wen %tifnlrd of lore rtirratn. and saved or during (onflemtnt. causes ------ or .. Euhan e,in .the Ci/ '
hum death pr"cllin.III' evctl ,cr4 wonderful the suppression' cube t ; and all similar & against t them ; .'mlt further Ordered, That pub months, or in default thereof the said bill of complaint .. New Yorkon Wednesday,the> llth day rf July of
MILLER BROKAW'SLiYCl' next
HEALING POWER.Knawt. diseases, the Ladies' Relief Pill ate an effectual( lication cf this be made in some newspaper may be taken 3i confessed by the said defendants at 12 o'clock, and ot. the following. dass, about ,

.,. ".y K "tIhl bl bed, by bit .ki. irlinre remedy. They are a valuable aperient during con. & Sale Stable publisbf-d Tallahassee, once week for the spaceof at and after the several) periods limited to I lots in the City Apalachicola.as described X I
o
.1.1 ecpenunce.| ilcviird nu article which would b IDtilcu'. them respectively in this order. Providedthat this I of the
finement costive habit sick head four months. City. ,
lable fultantnpc lu "''nk.nd, when the nieitni 'lld l am fur or to correct a map Many of these lots are on I IheBav
mtlied In' Mm); it Into timvrrjM' notice, wtirn In %nestmttuuit'lcirture ache, &c. They relieve barrenness; they renew TALLAHASSEE, FIXtRIDA. i ) I I certify the above to be :true copy(rlm the rec- order be published once a week for the term of four: and River, and are among the most desirable forrew !

w nd lie known and, apprecialvd. Thil Unie .cuuie and invigorate the blood.give tone and activity to .ubcrihers have moved up t(. &their firc-prool ords cf Jefferson Circuit Court. months and at the expiration of the said term of jdences.as well as purposes of business. I

lime timni are. (%iipplied.0 ; thus; ; the nen'oul system, and are the mildest, yt the TJF Stables, and take this opportunity to inform C. G. FIFE Clerk. four months, then continuously once i month for.: Also, the Wharves and Wharf-rights belonging to
UN"QUJr.I.fn .
1RF".fR.f'/ON
S OI./I''llluf.rll"d on haro srrte.! u1d most certain aperient known, t they are harmless and their 'friends and the public generally of the March 31. ]549. 13 the term of two months in a newspaper published the Company in front of the City.

9ut the ICI11 and lirendih of the land. enprci&Ilyai U U found innocent in their effects. For young ladies who I I fact. Being thankful tor the liberal they within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida. .*/*>.the unsold Lots or Tracts of Land
patronage on St
& ""| .ke G"llnrralfn. I 1"or" d"lt.ral.ln.Unl nd'.11 1I'Iro'r. with ate, and hate strived to the ale of womanhood, and whose have heretofore received, they solicit a continuanceof Court of Probate, 20, A. D. 1S49.THOMAS BALTZELL Judge.C. George's Sound or Bay adjoining the city,described

ever h n*t frmriflrt by I inntlifc man. The hlehtil klowl"dr<>' natural evacuations, the Ladies' Relief Pills are a the accommodation of t those who H. DUPONT, Sol. for Ccmpl't.A These lots' vary in size from 3 to 40
FLORIDA COUNTY acres each
of may patronise STAn: or or and
Chrniiitrv, and the\ l 1"1".1 the art all Llo: true
1
dIAc.vrre. :
prompt and efficient remedy ; and old ladies, whoare them. Their Stables situated copy are very desirable(or building sites
the Old irs or cultivation
of are
iuh. on Washington
t*< rio lnuf.clUI
,qliWII William G. Ponder Executor of Gadsden Circuit Court.
I. R. HARRIS Clerk
hrolu.I.| 'fhe'Illil| r.M'1 it It well known to itedir&wui.rnnl.mnc about passing the critical period of life, will derive in the most convenient pait of the town:and ,1181), the unsold Lots at Portland Bluff.on tte
and SU3t the last will and (testament of By R. C. LESTER Deputy Clerk.
many n'ldlc'nal' lrul"rte. tome properties much benefit from an occasional use of these and convenience Apalacbicola River about 3 miles from
which "'Incrust uvlf... and If.retained in pre- they cannot be surpassed Archibald Graham, deceased, Petition for distribution March 3, 1549.Im the City at
iduce and which i. in- ; they will serve to keep up, and assist naturemaintaining by any Stables in the Southern described on a map or made R.
fwnn; it fur ,'e. |'r !.nu"'I.I aCI< country. fit t the survey by B. Key.
turmin. to the tytlom Clinic. of the iirnpertie FanapunllarttaraialiU. IP. a healthy action in the uterine functions November IS, IS.IS. 18 vs. of John Salt. each lot being ;:0 feet in length and 250 feet in
\ thk they entirety evaate| and re laol In the ( for several \'ears loner. Am Ponder, John Swain, Peter estate Liverpool width. They are eligible for

preparalliin. If they are not (r".rI)' a icuntijir promt., These pills are I the result of much and lone experience Notice. Carleton, Isaac N. Cook, and Graham, decea O ECEIVED per Schooner Lucy Blake COO Sacks saw-mils&c.] wood-yard, ship-vardi'
known on 1 11' In thus .lllf"nr'd| in n'l"aufAcure.' ?sI.re.WPr.tie'c
and have been used the with his wife, and Collin sed. lA Liverpool Salt. For sale by .
e.dll, ,"' which llyulTui "IM.r.| or a* an ethalat long by inventor Hade 1110. St. Vincent's Island lying
..n. unitrr t."l lre"rr/u.vtry metliul Me"1 prrptrtitt of the the happiest and mot t universal success ; they are SIX Months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. heirs at law of John JOHN DENHAM. mouth of the river Apalachicola opposite the

t ii.>f which ei"" lit II f lu value.A composed entirely of vegetable substances. Theyact of Piobite in and (or the County of Leon, Graham, deceased.: J Newport, 31st March 1519.Pickled of 11,591 acres, ( 10 containing an area

((quiti.'nymrrnn\.hich, mn I m.rfe".tlr.!(
fnmi nj dUDI.I. thi-i can then.. trmn this &n.i.ld nr vapid all constitutions, and without injury to any. Theyhave the goods, chattels>, and etate of Thomas Knight, Graham, one c the defendants named in the said Mullet. much fertile land, suitable for the growth of Cotton
liquid owxrien wi'jour 111" anti| then "$.'R. been with and indeed deceased. ROBERT BUTLER, Adm'r. if he in being,) resides beyond tin-
petition ( Sugar
( EXTKACTur SVKLT." But such lb..rl.l. prepared great care are ilti BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLET, of Tobacco, the Tropical Fruits, and for Garden
not
tAI.\UI.I' n
.kn.. &th. what their name implies, Ladies' Relict Pills. Many March 2., lS49. 12-Cm limits of the Florida, but within the limitsof 50 the first catch and in fine order. cultivation.

GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSARSAPAUILLA testimonials of their efficacy could be produced --- --- the United States: It i., therefore OTdtTtr That For sale low by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Terms ofScle.-Ten per cent in cashon the div

but a few only will be given a the public will be Court of Probate--Leon County.In the said defendant, Collin Graham, appear and Newport No\: mber 25,1S4S19 of sale, and on all purchases not exceeding$500,th'

Thus ii"o pre pared. that all the inert propertlet of the fuaparilla better able to appreciate their value after they have the matter of the estate } AT CHAMBERS answer the sail! petition within four months from balance in cash in 20 days theieafter when
,
arid ..r of rmii fcrnieniatinn."'' fir! r"n"\"r,tt eitmcled)' ins and,',rejected capable| .of then brooming every proven them. Ladies, this medicine is offered you Lester Crook deceased. 5 April 11, 1 IS 19. the date of the first publication of I this order, otherwise Tobaccos. will be delivered. On all purchases over the$500 detd,

Irtir.le of n.rrtirnl, irtue i It it-cured in a pure and mcenlnued' that you may in a great measure become your ownPhysician.and the petition of William Bailey, security, the Complainant's petition may he taken as FULL manufactured Tobaccos,just received credit of one and two years will be given for i
supply mt-
l.nii ; and thu it it n-nriHrrd "tncxpit'i.e nfioeiimi| in valuable thereby relieve jcurselvts" of ON confessed bv said defendant. Provided, That this A halt of the
and healitie .1..r I many prating that Luke Moore, administrator i'aid and for sale byMcNAITGHT purchase money, the balance to be paid
pr"'r' fnpld in this way. 1 is theu..L cf those diseases from which the male of the order be week for I the term of four
|Id1eruuI atrfnt in the na. part estate may be required to give new security in lieu publishedonce a & ORMOND. in cash in 20 days after the sale, when in cut*

Cure t>f innumerable disease \ human race are u mpt. Each bcx contains tbirl\.'. of petitioner, or in default! thereof that said Moore be months in some newspaper published in the Countyof Ne'.Vport.farcb 10, 1SJ& 10 where the purchase is less than $2000 notes willIe

Hence the renc.n win' w e heat e"'II"n.I"I'1 as side three pills-',,ii\ce\ 510 f er box. removed from said administration, it appearing to Leon, and State aforr-ajd.JA taken for the credit portion, payable in one and tn

In u' (stir tl.by"men. wnl"l and children. We find it doitj J Kept for nIl by the stifaclion of this Court that said Luke Moore, IE E. TROOIF.J WHITE SPRING, years, with interest at 6 per cent per annom.aad

('OXfl'"PTIUN.'nno"ln 1" IJ''PFP'.f. and cov F: O. Welch, Drursi j 1b:1Y. Eahrcount, Ga. administrator aforesaid of the state cf Lester Crook, ff contracts exchanged-deeds tobedelivered when the

r/./.vr.. and In RIi:C"fr/t.V. ECRO I.I'FR,(1f. FILES E. Seixas. Dru?=i*', ThepasviUe.Ga. resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida, or March 24, JS40. 12lmNotice. HAMILTON COUNTY, :FLORIDA. payments are completed. On all purchases of$2000
.
("I.FS.B/.Of II1..F.7'/$ ..1..o('T.f.\'JI'S. ,.... "F/H'PTIC..ne "$, FIM. Hamilton W. Sharpe, Sbarpe's Store, I.owndet in the Eastern Ciicuit of Florida, or conceals him THE undersigned respectfully inform the public and upwards the deeds will be delivered in 20 date
frO
IMPIRIT Of THE BLOOD. countGa.. self so that notice of raid petition cannot be served they have leased this Spring for a teiia cf after the sale, and bonds and mortgages taken for t ti,

It -" fllrlr i in all cnmloa1nl) aritinr from S. Puleston, Drzfist,fontirdl, Ha.E. upon him : It is therefore Ordtred, That the said Months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. years. The mineral properties of the water are so credit portion, payable in one and two jearswuh(

I.d'esau.fmui.. .fc. ,ty 1A'r"41. r.r unequal cirtollinn. *. Barnard,Jr., Di uzist. Tallahassee, Fla.W. Luke Moore, administrator as aforesaid, do appear SIX e of Probate for the County of Jefferson lorlters generally known that it is needless to say anything interest at 'i per cent per annum.

sold (del.nlnal.n vi l"d "nr..n raid llolo bin., aiul hrnd hxt Ca lrnut.on.tei over of the body.heart Erinson &Brother, Druggists, Madison C. H., and answer said petition within four months from the of dismission as Executor of Esther Korne- on that subject.To The whole of this property i is unincnmberfd. It

111 tint Its equal in cM* and Catfkt ; and pe'n.nteea.y tb *I Fla. date of t the first publication of this order, or the said gay, lte of!aid Count deceased. those afflicted with Rheumatism,Scroffula,Dis. 13a part of the "Forbes' Purchase."belonging to

lunf KctontMii ihr>ut and und fntlr ever uihrr i-tti.r.ithir.[ reluicj stricture cf Ibt And by tfe inventor, at the Mineral Springs, petitition may be taken (for confessed, and theprayer JOSHUA TAYLOR Senr., Executor. pepsia, and the thousand ills which mortal are heirto the Apalachicola Land Company. The title isderi-
; r iru
But,II iio-h: ne 10 u. ic l'ence nrtnlfeiUy sees and Low&dei county, Ga. thereof granted : Prodded, That a copy ot this order March !,15.t. 12-Cm we would respectfully sugzest that they try its ved from the Spanish Government, confirmed by the
an
lK>.b-dfcil than in .il!! k.rdi and *UKe' "fJXNL & be published once a week for four months in virtues-believing from its many almost miraculouscures Supreme Court of the United States, and a Patent

LE CO\II'LAL\TS. MAPISON COUNTY. some newspaper published in the City of Talahassee. % OTICE is IICRCIiV OIVIJX to allwhom J effected by its use that they also will be simi- thereby issued to the proprietors by the United

LAs It HV work' t.!fM.iirtc.t'r wonder* ir cs..eo( /:_.*:(,./or H.., ,r
tjf the _u cl.n""c u the f.' ...Vasea .'eta.are aalDd Seine time about eiehtan ago I miscarried, April 11. 1S.19. 15 Judee of Probates. the Clerk's Office of &the Circuit Court for I the coun- Spring that in the event that they are not benefitted the purchasers.

U nnt all the:(/.'I.J.K'c. flfes.rs.T Jb.. .c.a : I which was the second time that I had done t>o.- ------ -- -- --- -- ---. --- --- t tyof Jeffeison, Middle Circuit of the State of Florida alter a fair trial there will be no charge for boar Maps may be had at the Office of the Conpaiv,

'tl'i: nttlfU.... Teu aurf the r eral 'r Shortly after the latt miscarriage I was compelled to Just Received, ,a petition inbehalfofAndrew J. Moore, in rightof The seekers of pleasure will here find a delightful No. 35 Wall street, or they will be forwarded kj
.. .n nt .ld ipttf-n L the wLo* t0v. cad lie out in the all night from the Indians, which his wife, Rachel Ann Moore, one of the heirs at mail application
CNn all ( .cf Ii I woos LEWIS & AMES Drug Store, a fresh supply I place to while away their time. upon to the subscribers at said ct-
Xeroii d fala and debility, | caused me to cold which caused an obstruction AT New and Valuable Medicines-among which law of Ebenezer Folsem, late of said County deceased -I The Hotel 1 having been renovated, and the rooms lice, from whom may be obtained any further information

a tbtts p't11',.et.s a j-eJij vtri<;r of 01' wiatadee. { of the monthly etacutions, which en'irely disappeared are the lolbwing : who died intestate, for the partition cf the Real made comfortable and supplied with new furniture that may be i'eired.

attp,.c .Ca'fsi..am..\.JT t Vt&.' /'..cc. -.r |, about three years ago. Since then I have DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RES property and slaves of the estate of the sai.l Ebene.zer we hope to give general sati..faction. New York, April 27. 1S49.

F. kI I been tubject to violent attacks of epileptic fits.- Folsom deceased, and tint I will apply to the for &c. such to JOS. DEL A
""the tnua ur ,the !'m t., VeiII. BITTERS Our arrangements supplies ,are as [Signed FIELD,7
-'ra .. te 't al'' gote two month since I obtained three boxe of TORATIYF Court on the Third Monday in June next for the table be found in ] LEWIS { Trustee..
\.ct. LLC; r uo c .0 t the tvats of for Liver Complaint appointment enable us to keep as good a as can CURTIS, 5
KRIa* .1. .t ,. ., i Dr. Tarvin's Relief Pill, and they have Designed cure Dyspepsia
.a .r .. r" !' &rits tt stt.: L.dif' re- of C"trissioner to make partition of the South. May 5,1S49. 18-9w
_
f' u...tut. ,,f tie b.. i Piles, ncrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred
.1 al.u r Kws ..o .ie.cieg. gne wariutb j iud te (torn those unpleasant diseases abate men. said estate according :to law. Monticello. March 3, The stable will be provided with the best proven
8r e. Ib u '' I ..e fe- diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure -
Uirt afl sU.ewta sni t.cu". ref.,, .. uo.uott..jsa o IHUjD., su.dasIors.e and from experimental knowledge I would blood. 1 1S19. THOS. JEFF. HEIR, der that the country affords and with attentive Blacksmithingr .
stateof
( : the .,:.,rer.uu "ti m. l'a nut the tbcn jl recommend them to all csy female friends in affliction Solicitor for Petitioner. ostler
Tbe medicine need and I do think, from the I have has DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES substantial, and cheap Black-smithing
joa ,jrr.tmIBtnt experience March 10,1849. Paseneer from Tallahassee! and Jacksonville willmeet
.. ) The safest, most effectual, and pleasant preparationbefore 1030Notce. all kinds done at the Shop near Stable
,
Em < any < th.tb tri t ad o with inconvenience getting Alligator
art.r.r .. young iiwn'i "'' i> to \. MOLLY OVERSTREET.I the public for the eradication of WGRMH, in cupied las year by Miller Jt Brokaw.
10 .o
COMPARED WIn THE OLD DR'S Children or Adults. I to the Spring, at arrangements will be made to January 20. 1849. 3 A. A. FISHER.S. .
a*<*< ..f .(.IIANII YAtT. that the yes .5 l.NCAPABLEef I berfbycertify that the above certificate is literally HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES: SIX Months after I apply to the Hon. bring them without any delay.
Uk.1 RA TII i.\: and true from my own know ledge. e ofProbaiefor1Gadden County for letters Board will be moderate. S.
Will PREVLNT and CURE cases of KnightWILL
NEVER: SPIL. GEO. E. OVERSTREET. Consumption al of drr.i! ""li thr other Di ''''" ,. and Unrng tkieerbnointaiD.nra Madison County, Fla., near Fort Hamilton, April Colds, A.'hma.Sritin of t Blood, Pains the Side, James Gibson, CHARLES E. RYAN. continue business at his old stand, where
intofrnjiuenu the Shortness of Breath all other Com I deceased.K.
; sour, acid: liquid eiuio Pulmonary
hopes to wait such of his
I.. and din.Ntinc "iher C.MHII Muit not tll horrible com 23d, 1649. E. GIBSON, Adtii'r. April 7.1949. 14-4wlam3m on friends as have
plaints.
poHud h poiaoaou ui the system'- f kat acid tnu a March 10. IS'! 106mNotce. heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, prcmii-
pst.Vrwu'r' *'".4 ..t acid' What causes 1)' i*|>*ia but -ALSO- Notice. ing that all shall have good articles lair pricei.
acid 1 D.we not all Inu' that when, f.md, sours in onr tom- About ten years ago,and shortly after confinement, DR. HULL'S FEVER: AND AGUE PILLS April 29.1S49. 17

eb."bll..( tbe nll..i(. "ruu "1 t tunce. heartburn. p lpi- I took cold which brought on irregularity and obstruction Well known as.a Safe. Certain, and Effectual Cure SIX months after date I will apply to the Hen.
h."rl liver ni.laint.| dianboia. d'IDIt. colic, QIX months after date.I apply to the Hon. ud of Probate for Leon for Letters of
aod Ci.ITtlj'tiOfl| the: ii acid of the monthly evacuations accompanied for Fever and Ague, Chills anJ Fever, Intermittentand !e county Notice.
tumor. in the hwdj t \tlo''hll j,. uc. all the humon In which with Lencecrhcca, or Whites ; from that time, my other Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-Jive Li Judge of probate for the county ol JeffersonIorletters Dismission from the adminisfration of the estate of

tnnf on. l-rupliont of the Skin, trald Und.lal Kheiim. Erjwpria. '- health gradually declined, until I was to a al per Box. diimissisn: as administratrix de bonis non Norborne T. Taylor dec. II. B. BRADFORD. SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon
.
White HwelUngn, t'ever ." Ad "leraUo". In- brought with the will annexed, of Jeremiah Johnson late of Judge Probates for the
.mal and external. i II n..thing under heaven but an aud very low state nf health, so that I was scarcely able The aboe Medicines, fresh and genuine are for A'lrill4. itq 15 County of Cads-<
1
"u.rc. which and thai inoili all the fluid of the to get about. I took medicines from several Physicians sale by LEWIS & AMES, said cnunt'deeeaed. MARY S. JOHNSON. den for letters of dismission as Executor on thee -

aed body, more. or *.. What causes KheumatiMii but a tonr or and found but little relief, until I began to assume Tallahassee, Fa. Jefferson County, April 7th, 1S39. 11 Land For Sale. (tate of Samuel Stricklaud,dec'd. late of said conntr.

*** ful". unutinj which end intinimtet inrlninmr! iuelf the! between delicate the tissues JOlnl upon and which elieJ a pale sickly appearance, and the least exertion For certificates of recommendation, and other information Iron &c. A RARE CHAA'CE! H. H. STRICKLAND, Executor.

act T N. of nervous discusses, of Impurity of the ol caused my neck veins to throb, and I had a concerning the above Medicinessee future January 27, 1549. 4
Ilnn.S land known the Overstreet Tract 9
ierauped tuinun rmture.rirc uiatioui. .and nearly all the alre.L w amiC shortness\ of breath, until sometime last DecemberI advertisements and pamphlets! which may be obtained A FULL assortment of Iron,2 to "inches wide, THE north of Tallahassee as near t the Thomas-

obtained from Dr. Tarvin some of his Ladies' Relief of the ts. 40 kegs Nails, assorted !sizes W GAITHER BURGESS & CO
,
low ii u not noribl. 'mike and sell, and I'ajUiteJy went -een ville road, adjoining Gov. Branch's plantation, containing
thl'5UHG Pills and I do .that March Just received and for sale bvlcX.UG ,
I.. hereby certify I have found 18,1S4S. 35
7 500 Will be sold low and
or acres. on
FERMENTING ACID u COMPOUND more relief from them than any medicine I have ever T &ORMOND. satisfactory terms to to For Receiving, Forwarding & Commission
one wishing purchase.
S. P. TOWNSEND: taken and would therefore Drugs Medicines &c. Newport March
01 recommend them to 1.15-9. 1
further to E Barnard Tallahassee
apply
particulars
and he would BaEia
yet h.ve it HANTS.ALSO
that Old Itr Jatnb .
unr"flod I females in similar situations .
Ti-wnw-Md 0..., Orifmal. Str.tfardl, it an IMITATION Flour, Sugar, Potatoes, &c. or DANIEL LADD New Port.
nit bit inferior I SIRLETER HODGES. EDWARD BARNARD JR., ------
|IPr-luratnt.| ,, Jan. 13, 18.1!. 2 tf
Uar Heaven Urn iiioat fortud that we should! d.alln an article which woold I I. I do hereby certify that the above statement,made [ received, by the late arrival, a 1 1U A BBLS. and 10 half Bbla. superfine Flour, Dealers in Western Produce,
'
cad I which dl'"nl""mll.nce brll: <>wi upon In the* Old p. Or.such" mountain. arie/! by my wife Sitleter, is just and true, this 14lh Dec. L addition Jo his tock of GE. 10 10halfBbIs.do.do. Whiskey, r 1. :0 n Q q u M 62 Poydras Street New Orleans.

.40 cl'llanl clminalun-, Ajenu who have told isis A. HODGES P. DRUGS AND MEDICINES of 1 Feb. 3, 1S49. 5 6m
S Bbls. .Vacuum Process" Attorney at Law
Sugar ,
Co1POt.1Mj.purhl.er; usid 1.f.Towaaad'.FEKIE1'ING Lowndes County, GCOth Dist., G. M. are of good quality, lure for Cash.

W.wish, It un".rtt. .r.ul i I. the nh.age trvtk. thai iHAS a general. assortment of the follow .4 Ret: Butter Gunny, Bags, Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida. For New York.

f r. Tv.r.nd. .tile Ir."&ob Towimsend's et ( genuine viz : 2 Boxes : attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle
"Iria are j..In,..J''.". ead Jt, */r a-. i.i/.f; that A CARD. Rowan.! Improved Tonic Mix Received Oranges Tallahassee, and for sale WILL rcuit,and of the County of Columbia in the
lre unlk eery p"r"cula havinC not 0.. single thIng ptr by
U(rllnl.A' DR. W. J. TARVIN ha* located for the present of Wild Cherry, Erandreth' McNAUGHT t ORMOND. Eastern Circuit.

1. P.' Townsend .b"I.1 no.pnlrrar.uil-kno.: nnfiore of medicine o dl.- Withlacoochee! eight mile below Troupville, Worm, Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Honpland's

a whit tan IV""rt can CI'"Rlln.the ''mblle untctenilfie.have that tinpryfeuional man. Lowndes County Ga., where he will practice on Celebrated Fever and Ague Remedy, Lucenia Cordial, Spring and Summer Clothing. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. HE REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between

Siii?i. scientifIc m'c'"e; curtaining. th..r' receivIng of the a Chronic diseases principally. He has just received Thompson's Ese Water, McMunns Elixir of Opium, T New York and St. Marks
'rue. & STILLMAX are now reeeivinz a subscribers have on hand two hundred and and Newport, will
n.ed In .
preparing and whlrh .. choice selection of medicinesdirect Sands and CLANK
It incapable of a from Savannah. Turner's Fever Ague Pills TilE
which Ilcht render them" the A( Ttfof IhIeaKjnhtaJ chI'or Sarsparia. but select assortment of( SPRING AND ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which they commence running at the opening of the fall trade,
l I Persons aficteith Eruptive diseases, scald Tyler's Gordon'l Billions and Anti-Dyspeptir. SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a few articles have obtained direct from the manufacturers and and continue throughout the entire year, viz:
But .b.t.I'e.hould; head, ulcers &c. female Pills Beckwith's Pills Peters'
I bt'CIItrte4frm one whokn.w.noth sore legs, Anti-Dyspeptic andSpencer's Brig WARCALLA
!
such it be article. Master
they will warrant to a superior Josselyn,
Hf tompamntly of n.d.cml. n d.eu.! !Il t rrqulr. a ,lo.UI diseases, dropsy and other old chronic affections Pills, and is Agent for S. P. Townsend's aIrllr. OCILLA
f Satan e*-r.ence, cook and We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines Trim. do.
.al. flow t serve up even a rximmon decent that should think proper to place themselvesunder celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 per Drap d'Ete, LUCY
aNIchiInretnipqrct 1 and Hosmer .
thatihepersons, who by recent arrivals are prepared to execute do.SUWANNEE.
a>I ture tedlr. for 1 I titan his care, will be apt to be well satisfied with bottle. Alto, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from Cabmeretel, Marseilles, &c. a'
dljnd orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail Clark do. ( )
W.X .4IJ KWrEEBLID his treatment. This mineral water has made many pure Citric or Lemon Acid far preferable for the Suitable to manufacture, and to be disposed of for I, WACISSA n.w.!
IIEI the most accommodating terms. Perry, do.
.h"ld 1wel' the 'Ued'1' rr.>lrte., of pl.n" cures of DyspepsiaGravel, Rheumatism,&c., and he sick or ordinary use than that usually sold, London CASH, and CASH ONLY,at moderate profits ; and on These built (new )
bl Brigs in
We have aliO few accounts due to us for the are the most substantial man-
yet
.4.-.e'. CLsti.aurllC; ',nd. CI.rlll"llnr their heal'r! .. hopes by hi. assistance, that they will cure many Porter, &.C., &c. would cordially invite their old Iriend and customers a
lb. .. : ut.u.dl.na.which aflect year 1S17. They are generally in small! amounts ner expressly for this trade, and ate commanded by
Dr. Tarvin will
and more. cure afflicted with Juno 10,1648. 47 to call and purchase.
bun..aIYlm. b'lw 10 l1'' '" these negroes if whole could be it would careful and experienced
dlau. the and
It t but paid shortly, Captains. Freight
pu-
arrest frauds go
upon the' chronic by contract for an in them. -- Tallahassee, March 17, I49.
unffrlnal. diealtI interet _
pour the
w'uuuded C1 b.lllnl 1 at lowest
bnnl.niIT. iii kindle U" the despairing This location is COMPANY, far towards liquidating certain sums which we owe. sago rates. Agents
remarkably healthy.
,.t hult and bloat' and ", Ilnl.lo .ElX.'NSUICNCE COE ANDERSON .
.1. t ;nt" the LEWIS & AMES. & CO..
ha.d t &Inftrust that cru.he May 5,1849.Nature's HARTFORD, CONN. Bagging, Rope, and Salt.
t OUCIIT and 'UIU the lW IJI"" N8E:U April 29, 1843. 41 10 Beaver street, New York.
Li opportunity)sod rneans (Wing 1) ECEIVED per Brig Ocilla and other vessels, JOHN DENHAM.McNAUGHT .

Grand UuivwrKal Concentrated own Remedy (for Bowel Complaint fTMIE JL undersigne having lately been appointed J.V 200 pieces Bagging, Thomas Jeff. Heir, &. ORMOND,
thrir agent vicinity, will insure Build
{.' 200 coils Rope,
wnhlB her ch,. lithe knowledge y of all who iLtaat THE Flux Root is a specific remedy for Bloo- ings and SIck against loss by fire on the Jot favorable COO sacks Liverpool Salt, for sale by ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Newport, August 12, 1845. Newport.4
aejr u*>V learn and know by J.,>'ml e lui ar : Flux, Diarrhoea, Dysentery &c. It is the terms. Persons who wish to renew their insurance JOHN DENHAM. practice in the Cite lit Court in each

'IaIIICeJIIeIlt I'Oer.prlnC.to lien "simplest yet the most certain and safe remedy ever with this Company can do so on application Newport, November 18, J8.sS. 18 WILL of the Middle Circ'jit, and in the Supreme -, Salt and Rice.

Sold discovered,a few hours will be sufficient to cure the to R. B. POST. Court and United States District Court
wholesale a
and retail by mast violent case. It first discovered sale,to arrive in Brig Fiorina
was and used Talhha f, April 7th. 1849. Notice. Tallahassee. FOR ,
!! 14-1.
THOMPSON. SKILLMAN & CO., by the Chuochee Indians for Bowel Complaints with Sacks Liverpool Salt
Monticello, January 29, ISIS. 28
4 '.. 102 Nassau street, New York. eminent success, and by them the use of this very State of Florda.--Mono County. SIX Months after date the undersigned will apply 2tJ small packages Carolina Rice.McNAUGHT .
the lIon. of Probate for Leon
valuable root was made known to the white. This Smith Mow Judge Countyfor Medical & OF.MOKD.
'f And by LEWIS & AMES ry, letters of dismission Administrator of the Notice.
plant flourishes in the vale)', of Western Georgia, ",. :; BILL IN CHANCERY. as Newport, January 27, 1S49. 4
Agents, Tallahassee.April and North Carolina. It neatly put up, ready for J Lawton. } Estate of John Smith, deceased, late of said county. H. G. TVIRT 's. D. J. L. CALL, )f. D.

21 I. 1849. 16-ly use, in ounce papers,sufficient to cure several caj&s, Joseph PATRICK SMITH, Administrator. DRS. WIRT & CALL have associated themselves Tax Collector's Sale.

r- -. ------ at f>0 cents per paper. IT appearin'to me by affidavit that Joseph}, Lawton, March 10, 1549. 10-Gm the practice of Medicine, Surgery, &.C., and
the filed in the above cause, re otTer their services to the public. BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law,I
For sale by W. Brinson &, Brother Madison C. H. : I bi
Rail Road Notice. Fla. ; E. Siexas, Thomasville,G s., S. Puleston, Mon, side out of the of Florida, and in Europe: Help Help Help Office over Drug Store,Monticello Florida. have this day levied upon, and will expo** for
It it Ordered, That said defendant appear and answer 3 sale, belore the Court House, in the city cf < tallahassee -
subscriber call his 5. 1548.
most
ticello, Fla., and by E. Barnard, Jr., Druggist.Tallahassee respectfully on cus- August ly
J Fla. the said bill ithin the time prescribed by law, TilE who are in arrears for 1S47 and MS, to on the first Monday in June next,the following

May 5, 1849. IS3mS. otherwise it shall be taken pro confesso. It is further lend a helping band by calling and paying, by the Gunny Cloth and Rope. property,or so much thereof as will pay the Slat
Ordered That a of this order be published and County Taxes due by the owners thereof for thi
copy
10th of March
next, the amounts they respectivelyowe. received and
just for sale
NOTICE ii hereby given to the Stockholder of in some newspaper printed in the State of Florida FRESH supply by year 1545, to wit :

C Ta1alulee Rail Road Company, that on S. KNIGHT, once a month (or nice months. He sincerely trusts that this notice will not be disregarded March McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Lots Ncs. 19. and part of 175, and,70, O.P.and<
10 1849. 10
of June neit, an election will JOS. B. but that all will call and thus Newport, 152, N. A. of Tallahassee belonging to Aoderwn
Wholesale & Retail Grocer & Frorision Dealer LANCASER. by any, enable
"t held at Office of the Company inTallahas-ee, I Key West,March 23.A. D. 1849. S.Cir.Fa. him to continue his present business. Peeler.

I for seven Directors to manage the affairs of lid TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. THOS. F. KING, Sol. for Comp. Those who disregard this notice will after the Confectionery and Bakery. Lots Nos. SI, 52, 53, 83, and 85, N. A. of city CC

Company for twelve month from that date. A true copy from the minutes : KINDON would inform his friends Tallahassee, belonging to Charles F. Mercer.
hand time specified be called authorized and
constantly on ,and offers for sale at a on by one duly
R. K. KEEPS HENRY JAMES SHERWOOD,
CALL, Pres. T. R. Co. W. C. MALONEY Clerk. W.
,
that he has
advance on cost for cash, all the stand to act in the matter. generally on hand and
I Tallanawfe! April 7, S49. 3m- [Sentinel. April 14. 15 By B.L.Hicm.D.C.Plantation D. C. is CANDIES Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon County-
< ard articles in his line. Flours of approved qual. WILSON. constantly manufacturing, of all kinds,
18 154S. ts
I itiet-Sugar., Coffees, Teas, Bacon, Hams, Pork, for Sale. February 10, IS.10. 6 such as: November 18

Now Opening Soap, Candles, Lard, and all similar articles-together PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS --

and see a general assortment of with Fruit., Irish Potatoes, Onions, Nuts, T undersigned being desirous moving to the Long Cottons wanted. CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY Groceries, &c.
COME Western country, offers his place for sale, consisting WINTERGREEN Z BAGS RIO COFFEE.
Dry, and Staple Good Raisins, Figs, Almonds,and all other articleusually BALES Roller-gined Sea Island) Cotton BARLEY CANDY J
found in similar establishments.Store of 308 acres
latl, OIlctledy Crockery Made Clothing, next door above G. H. Meginniss', on Mon and in a high state of cultivation, and under a good be are wanted, for which S.the.'.full BURNEY.value will And various others, among them several that are 5 do. White Java do.
Clan given
by
a 8bolal4 Bor roe street. fence. There is on I the place about 120 acres of a useful for colds coughsanti is prepared tominu-: 2 do. Brown do. do.
\ 7
\llw.andlard "art.S EY. April 2S, 1849.. 17 ly good tobacco land 3 the county can boast of a tolerably February 17, 1949. facture any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both 2 Bbls. crushed Sugar,

} good dwelling-house tobacco-barn, and all wholesale and retail. 2 Boxes Loaf do. .

Aptt 7th, 1S40. 14 For Sale. necessary out-buildings, with :pleasant situation, Notice.SIX He is also prepared to carry on Baking in all its Goahen Butter Box, and Pine Apple Cheese, SjP-

1 DR. J. 8. BOND !oe spring of water, good summer range for stock months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. branches from the plain Loaf of.read,to I the.most perior Family Flour, Cider, and White Wine Vi m) -

TWO BUGGIES and two HORSES & Any person wishing to purchase would do well of Probate for the County of Jefferson, exquisite Cakes and Pies. Patties and the public gar,Codfish Herrings, Chocolate, Candies, Saof<*.

OFFERS hii professional service (to the ciinl ,cheap. They will be sold oeparattly and examine for himself, nine miles southwest for letters of dismission as Administrator of Paul de can always be accommodated by giving timely noticeat Pickles Almond*. Figs, Table Salt Ac. tc.

and the surrounding( o I.y' ortogelher. Enquireattbii. of Quincy. Malhabe,deceased. the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson street, Received per brig Suwannee and for ,ale by

Offic at t Ol. Fi.1u'.Ict. Toffice.April ALEXANDER E. GREGORY. ._RICHARD HARRISW opposite t the Auction Room of R. I(. Berry, Esq.. \JlcNAVGHTjPorf.jrchjj9.jj OR3IOM>

lit v 2.t81.; 1 t 28, 1i7. 17 Gidxjfn County., April 14, g J5 Jefierion Cotjaly, September 9,1813., 8 :C u (:c TalUhiascc.Dec. 16, iSIS. 22 I
ir -