The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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THE FLORIDIAN &. JOURNAL adjourned to the next t regular term thereof: Provided sroper, or the penalties, wrongfully enforced, the : grinder and his wife, and seemed lo be clingi THE FLOATING STRAW. cern for every one's comfort, which would r S.'
I II That whenever the ude ol sad court, fromanycausetilidlL same shall be refei red for the decision of the Secretary I
II rCBUSHKP EVERY SATURDAY. i lug to I them for protection. On the other lead one to suppose that this was her only and t, ,
I i iI tail. to hold a regular term of said of( the Treasury, who is hereby authorized and BY CHAt. .
I ; I court for either of said division*, it shall be his duty, required to pay. ulldsr the direction of'I he President side" was the haggard and sorrow-stricken JIACKAY.The her peculiar sphere. Now will not say bow : 1

J T C tt I h : if in his opinion the bvxines? in said court shall require e-f the United Slate, out of the money in the treasury mother, whose heart, though seared: and hardened wild waves are my nightly pillows, many mud-pudJles we had waded through,

I TriEEc DOLI.&R per annum, if paid in ad 'anrc. to hold an intermeriiale term of said courl, at raised from contributions, such sums as may: hedeterminid II by misfortune still trobbed with all that Beneath me roll the Atlantic billows; and how many manure heap we had crossed, vft

. THREE:: &SD A HALF if paid within ttx month*. such lane as lie shall, by Ins order under his baud by him to have been improperly levied intense devotion and love which a mother only And as I rest on my couch of brine and what places! we had explored, and how )1
j FOUR DOM.AJUS not paid until the end theycar. and seal,direct, addressed to the clerk and marshal or imposed as contributions, assessments, or penal 1 watcli the eternal planets shine.
03Theif tertiw i will' he rigidly adhered to, and ot baid courts at least thirty days previous to the ties.Sec J can: feel. The Court-room was crowded Ever rUe every foaming topic was discussed ; but I will

no paper will b<> discontinued until all arrearage;l"1 are commencement of paid term, and to be published, ill : 4. 1nd be it further enacted That where with an audience who contemplated the scene On a harmless tide. say that she pursued her object without any of :.

paid unlest at th option ot the publishers.! Sub- the several newspapers published in t the bounds of' accounts are rendered for expendituresunder the with deep interest. Judge Canon commenced Fearing naught-enjovinRMl thing*- I that fastidiousness and affected delicacy, "
months said division and district, the name )length of time ; approval and sanction of the proper officers, and Undisturbed by creator small
scribers br received. for three at One judgment by relating a fret that came things. which pass with some persons fur refinement ..
Dollar wi month at fl i ;10. Every rder for the and,at rny and all such intermediatelenns, the bu- which may appear to have been proper and necessary under his observation Ala lor the lordly vessel
out-of Ibis ; must be with Mness of inv such courts, of every nature and description ,but cannot be settled for the want of appropriations about twenty years ago. I That sails so gallantly; but which, in manycases, indicate a weak if '

I th paper* cash. uole. the(county order rotucs through accoml'anie any our Iatol'verhdll have reference to, and t be applicable to the object to which they relate, ''I A poor colored woman, in thi city, once Th'e winds may' dash ii, not a corrupt mind.'I *

regularly) authorized agents in the State.APVEKTISEMEXTS proceeded with, in the name manner: as if the same the same may be paid out of the contribution fund, found at her door a new-born white infant, The storms may wash it, '* Now, I do not say that the lady to whom 4 1

I werea regular term of issues of fact shall be tried at a term of said court, charge of that branch ol business lo which the But neither the wind, nor the rain nor the sea, manager
great care and tenderness, nursed and reared the farm ; that rested entirely with; her husband
to be held in the division where such suit should cxpe-ndilure appertains. I Can injure me-can injure me? :1
r Will b* inserted at t the rate of One Dollar per squarecftwehelinw hereafter be commenced, in accordance with the Sea. 5. And le it further enacted, That where until she grew up to be a beautiful and interesting The liiihtningi cannot strike me down ; hut I have intended simply to show :

mbsequent insertion. A reasonable deduction toined .ball're'nt, the said district court, by general war with Mexico, by (the commsnding generals, or I. day recognized by a highly respectable ladyas And the ship to belo ere the bicakcf morn, lively interest and sympathy which she took .
will made notices, rule the of under their directions, for secret services, the accounts
ue (from
on legal <.taten.tiCcl. yearly I regulating venue transilnry her child! and May P.I-.S o'er my head in saucy scorn;
own such in
notice without aleration. by persons havingtegular i actions, either in law or in equitv.. and from changing therefor shall be adjusted and settled in the as was identifiedand : And when the night unveils its face, concerns which necessarily so much en. _

accounts the same lor a good couse to be shown. same manner a. is prov ided for the settlement of accounts I relumed. In such cases as these, the benevolent I that unharmed in my usual place. : gaged his attention ; and how the country "

AU announ.mnll of candidates. for office, rive Sec. 2. .?/
roLLtit-ItivaribIV in advance. No sitenhionwilibe now pending in the said district court si.all be States and foirign nations under the act entitled i- : be given to the testimony of the mother, whose? PJo remnant but her broken spars. so often complained of as inseparable from it, \ '
pa ul ,,any ordertor auuouncefl3enlUUkSetmpani.d tried at the placen aboe prescribed forlioldinc) such An act providing the means of intercoure between Among the helU
instinct would
enable her and when cordial
with the h. the United States and foreign nations under to recognize I a practical interest is taken .
ca( court, within the divisionbere (lie cause ol action In the orean d lU. i
AU religion*..mrriae. and obituary notices publi may' have arisen, unless otherwise otdercd l l.v said the act entitled An act providing the means of in- identify her child, when all other persons The ships, the crews and the captains lie, i in the concerns which belong to rural life.I .-

;hed gtituilnu : but editorial notices (or private court,in pursuance of the authority' given in the first t'rcolIIsltdwc'n the United Stales and foreign nations might fail in sodomy. lie would, iherefore, }But the floating straw looks up to the Ilk!. I meant also to show-and this and many other t

benefit, will be charged as advertisements. section ol this act ; ar.d no proce" issued, or proceedings I ," pa"- March nineteenth, seventeen hundred! : order the child to be delivered over to the petitioner. And the humble and contented man, examples, which have come under my observation -

pending, in the said district cowl shall be and nincty-eicht. (there th Unknown to fortune, escapes her ban,
? exclaimed show-that
audibly emphatically interest
JOB VO1K. I avoided or impaned by this change of the time nnd Sec. Ii. \lnd le it further enacted That where And rides secure when breakers leap an
to execute Job Work, uch place of haldimr such court : but all process, bail pursersoithe navy, acting under the instillation of Thank I you, Judge: thank you !" whilsta And miaht\iship-4 :0 down to the deep. in, and familiarity: with, even the most

'it 51 are \11 ardt.rrfpe' ramlicts.&c.with ti<*>at- bonds,and r.conis3n't'li.rcturnabl"at t the neM term I their commanding naval officers, have made disbursements deep sijh from the or an.rir.dt'r, and a May! pleasant breezes wait them home 1 humble occupations agricu'.mal: life, are not

biI (dllllt hhnk. !All work ot t tin dettctiptinn, I of the said court, shall be returnable and returned 'to for )hostile operations again"t the. enemy on low sob hum his wile showed how keenly. That plough with their keels I the driving foam inconsistent with the highest refinements of
nel' the court next held at the appropriate place ac- land, and which opcrations have been approved l-y I felt Heaven l I. their hopeand Truth their law
except for prQI,'hdvin? vcailv accounts, with they their apprehended 1 bereavement.) taste, the most improved cultivation of the
made the Government such dual!. under the direction
cording tint act. in the same manner ns if so ,pursers There needs no tar the floating straw.
the office, must be p.iid fur on ddi\'l'ry returnable on the fare thereof, and shall have lull ol the President of t the VnitedStates.be cred- As to ihe objection that the mother's character : ---prayer---- -- -_. mind, and elegance, and dignity of manners,

-_ ..- cfiect arcoidinirh; and all continuances nay be iled for 'the amounts t thus necessarily disbursed, ; and was bad, that would be a good reason ENGLISH L.-\DILS-RURAL TASTE. unsurpassed in the highest circles of society."

BY AUTHORITY. made to conform, to the pro isiors of this act. such part- thereof as shall have t been received by officers for depriving her of the tutolllhip"'ofthf' child,

SI'c,3. .find le il further enacfrJ, That all suits ot the army' shall be charged' to and accounted but it could not be examined into in thii dis.pute. Our countryman, Mr. Colrnan in his late CURTAIN'LECTURES.:
hereafter to be bruuhl in the said district court,not (tor by them reswcrivelyApproved -
the Srrond Ses I It admitted! European Tour, gives so capital a portrait of
Arts and lrolltions passed ill t of a local nature. shall be brought in a court ol the March.!, l's.I 10. was that her characterwas ALTERED FROM TUB EASTER ARGUS.

&iol tle Thirllth Cougrm. division of t the district where t he defendant resides ; -- ------ .-.- ..- had. lIe WHS sorry for it, and trusted rural accomplishments in a lady of rank he ;

but if there be laorethan onedetondantandthey rc- ( I 1 i r.. that when restored to the charge of her little had the good fortune to meet, that we cannot Caudle has f
u'iJ J Q E l. b AI t an original Clay man. got home 4
ickin diflerent divisions, the district the, JJ resist the of the j
of plaintiff that she! would alter her temptation transferring picture -
) Wisconsin
{No. 27.] AN ACT in relation to Hie Pox and --- .-- ----- conduct and leada from a caucus of ojice seekers.
nvor; rewivationin (lie Statpof\'ilon"in, : ma\or writs sue in to either the other i\'jsinn,8nd defendant send; on which duplicatewrit the From thv .\'w tJritans Dilta. virtuous life. On the other hand he did to our canvass for the benefit of our t fair -

Be it fnaeted by the Senate 1 IlrjtletintatiFCf plaintiff or his attorney shall endorse that tbe writ AN: INTERESTING CASE. not think that the life and profession of the organ readers : How is it Caudle ? Can you compromisematters
of the United States of Amenta "
1 : thus is lfa writ sued of court of filuler'r I had no sooner entered the house,
Thai all land entries made in sent a copy out a ; favorable to the propertraining ? You office seekers Hungry dogs
Congress os'nId. the division the said district and the said The Natural vs. The T'oster.Mother.FATIIIT1C where visit had been than I
;proper : ; of my expected, .
the Green in the State ol Wit>con- a young girl. The Jnde! then growling, snarling, over a solitary bone I

.in,upon theodd-numbered ection= of the Fox and : from writs,which when they executed issued and, ehall returned constitute into the one office suit. : ::': i.coorr.. directed the Sheriff execute the judgment was met with an unaffected cordiality, which pity the puppy that gets it. You are picking

Wirconsin reservation in aaid Sute, at once made me at home. In the midst of
.i\'er subswjnrntto ofthe solemn for bone 'tis
and he proceeded in accordingly.Sec. court. The and grave looking a a mean bone, not worth pick-
the ol entitled .An ; Wishing to see the final of a case which
act art to t
passant gmnt halls and hosts of liveried
.H gilded servants,
4. And le iffttrthtr enartrd,. That it hall I Deputy) Sheriff th"ii proceeded towards I the ing up.One.
certain q'lan'il%' of land maid in of I in Canon's Courl Wednesday
tie improvement I I be lawful for the clerk of the district court for the came up Judge on of when dazzling lamps and glittering mirrors, re- office and dozen eekfnt-a '
the a
the Fox and iD rivers, t the name group organ-grinders, little sir!, baker'sdozen.
\\.con cnrn. I each of the. and was continued over until yesterday,
district of Iowa at
appoint a deputy the of and of
'doubling highest
canal, in the of WiK-onsin, if his Fourteen after
liy Territory approved as discovering object drew hack, clinz- men a place not large
of I the said omitted fit until
(for terms court could
places prescribed holding we any report ( we give
in the midst ofbooks and and
the d.I'01 Aiijrukt.fighhH.'Q hUl; ted and taste ; statues,
. fin eighth with enough fitted
who in his absence, exercise all the officialpower ing an expression ofthe deepest grief -not to accommodate one. And
(.>m-six:, V,and lire *nie are ha y. declared to may the whole }liblonof what is one oflhe most pictures, and all the elegancies and refinement -
of the said clerk,at the place and within the and aarm'! to the dress of her foster-mother. you Caudle, of all men-you, an old federalist III
tic rood and valid ( aid .ict h'.J-i t been romantic and that
as Ihnujrh ; interesting cases (\'ercamC"I
division of the said district for which he have ? of luxury: in the midst of titles, and
may The! Sheriff however the of little ; going into such a contest for I
: nrrcr/Ar/rss, That the governor I by use a preferment.
ras.P J'1Wif. been And such before he enters I under our notice. Without lecnpitulatinglhe]
ranks allied
oppointed. depute and to
digiifries, regal grandeur
i* l authorized select the pxtneflUintitvol gentle force succeeded in Why, Caudle can't soul
of Jwtln t I separating them, you say your is f
on the discharge of hi* duties, shall take the u"uil A few days ago a strolling family of street your
othei lands in hen t thereof uiliject,however -tnen; was one object \\iiich transcended,
; under the bed
oath for the fait hlul performance of his duties a*such and taking the little girl in his arms, delivered own curtain ; and what can
musicians wandeicd into Il you
:o tbe ot the Piesidect of the our city. was and i them all and showed how much
-lro\1 l'nite And herein contained, hall be held her eclipse do rival claimants for
deputy. nothing to her mother, who} rushed I among preferment and
States. of an Italian and his wile who had!
1 I to excuse or release the said clerk from legal l respnnsibiity composed towards the nobility If character surpassed the nobility place 1 0 what shall
the child and I call
Sec. 2. Jnd 1* if further enaetrd That all siri- encircling her in her you you you ?
I ) for hiscaid t[ :assumed the F.nglish n a't" performed by depute, in of rank, beauty refined and simple!
dir entries made upon the eveti.numbered tption. arms embraced her delicate little 111)(1with I can't think of an epithet that will apply to
behalf said clerk ill t lie office aforesaid.' | interesting little girl of .
bright.eyed, ,
precocious all the adornments of the scintillations -
ol said be declared to he as-gaud and valid manners. art ; that will
rCIt\'atJ01f the ardour and devotion of the -a name fit bad
love -
S C"j And le il (m"l1m- eiiaetcd. That the district whose it true child you you none e-
though re*<*rv.itipn b i-n intelligence, duty was to carry: ofthe soul from the
8 lad 1I1lot ) Ide.RODT. attorney and marshal of' the district of Iowa all the while repaying her caresses with the I beaming -yes, nough. But I will fry-you-you-vou-
C. around the tambourine and collect the contributions i
of the Hougeof\ shall, respectively, perform the duties 01 district attorney most vigorous efforts to release herself the purest gems that ever glittered in a princely Caudle ','
Speaker G. M. Representatives. and marshal of and for the northern, middle, I of the crowds. This little girl called diadem. In person, in education andimprovement Well, have hit it. You Candle I I
H r'a'nillg1'1111 are not my Ma-thre you are ,
and southern divisions the district of Iowa, as (*- Mr. Wilson and Mrs. Wilson her parents,
in of in
Vice President ot the United State, : quickness perceptjon, and else. I
tablished this act and the said marshal shall is my Ma-I won't go with you. nobody only wish you were Mrs. r
and President the : by ; aneemed]| happy tht'ir 8(nice and in the affectionate I and in
ArrROTED, M. rch 2, ls4i o Sale. I keep an office at each of the place where t the sessions kindness which the organgrinders A''as The poor child had entirely I forgotten facility elegance expression, accomplishments Caudle. Lindley Murray says : -An adjec. !
poor and in trankne and .
JAM S I'UL1. of the said district court are directed lobe held her natural mother. She remembered taste, a gentleness tive is a word added to a subtantive to express i
and his charges for mileape. in the execution of the | )lavished upon her. I: of "
only the kindness arid affection ofthe mnnner tempered by a modesty its quality ; and if I could add J/rs. to .j
duties of f his oilicc witfnn the said district, shall be Last Sunday the wandering minstrels were organ courted confidence and :
r,, o. 2SAN ACT to aid the State of Louisiana in computed from the city of )Iowa. their daily avocations in the suburbs gtinders. and seerneJ inconsolable for her sep i which inspired respect, your name, and make it signficant of your ;, 1
pursuing and in high moral tone and sentiment which,
draining thl therein. a quality, 'twould! be the of
s\nmflndt Sec 6. .fuJ le further enacted, That in addition aration from I the-m. I making you-'twould
fie; it thr IJonr in a neighborhood not considered the most reputable halo encircle the f
ffli to the ordinary jurisdiction' and of a di. like a bright seemed to add to '
ftarff,1'1 fi RIp power The latter with expressions: of ihe deepest your importance to your-everything,
of i
"Jntal f'tiittd Stairs of U I trict court of the United States, with which the district portion our city. drum play :. whole person,-I confers the fictions of poetry Caudle. if'
Congten msemblid, TLat, tc- aid "the. State of Lou court of Iowa ha< been invented, it be. and is ed by the man, and the organ which the pour sonow and grief: retired from the court, amid I became substantial and the beau ideal of I
Ifit in construe$ :mp the npcewarv It.v4 and drainsto I hereby invested, wthin; the limits of said district, woman turned, had ceased their monotonous the sympathy and regret of the large crowd, my You might as well give it up, Caudle. fi
reclaim the and overflowed lat.dt; therein, youthful imagination was realized. Jimmy Jones would have been friend
swamp with the exercise of concurrens jurisdiction and power 1 and the bright little who, with tearful eyes, witnes (the afit'Ct- your tT
The while of those swamp and overflowed lands i in all civil cases now exercised by the aircuit strains eyed girl was tripping ing scene which we have thus hurriedly rc-I In the morning I first met her at prayers ; hut he is out in the cold. I'm sorry, Caudle:
wliichinav be or are i<.undn'ifn. for'ulli"at ion.shall I : it over ihe banquette and smilingly l and the honor there is
courts ol the UniUd States ; and that in alt cases to ol England, scarcelya -for Jimmy Jones had his in the
tit.and ihe same au- her l Itr.HI"'d to (hat Siate. where said shall exercise such beseechingly presenting i her 1 little tambourine I late-d. got 1 place f'
court juris-diclion the hundreds vhose -
Soc:. .lndln it furthrrniacted, That a*coon as wits of error and appeals taU be allowed and taken for the picavunes, when suddenly the attention We barb since learned, that t it is the intention family, among hospitality cabinet-by George you would have: got
tbe Secretary of t tl h e Treaaurv shall be advined by I I have scared: where the duties ofthe day under him. Webster it said \
(from the judgments, 'der'ot decree of said whose If the mother ofthe chira to place her in yours was was
of in features
the Governor of Louisiana, t that that State has made i court to ,the Supreme Court of the Uni'ed States, in 'I a poor woman worn i I an orphan asylum, where she be educated j are no: preceded by family worship ; the master i for him, and so was Clay-both dead weights, "
\ misfiflune"ice and
the necessary preparation to df-fray the exptri'st1ereoftiedtal1 I' the same manner and upon the mme conditions s. remorse were strongly free from'the contaminating influences of and the servant, the parent and the child], enough to drag any man: to political! ] perdition.
cause a personal examination to be be taken from the circuit blended, was attracted towards the little girl. 'l
appeals' may courts. I the teacher and the taught, the friend and the can't themsefres
nude under (direction Clf> the surveyor general Sec ". jiidle itftalher tnaettd, Tlut all act She looked at the lillie one with a steady, anxious the mother's life,and where she may be visited and They help but are always
i thereof f'tqwril'lH'c't' and faithful deputies, of all I stranger, come together to recognize calling for help-and they sink all who I
and parts at acts inconsistent, with the provisions of and searching for moment and by both her natural and t foster [)arent. Mostardently try If
the.\'t'amJl| lands llnTein hich are subject to overflow this be.and the gaze a lit. strengthen the sense of their common equality to help them. To pull them out of the ditch
act t same are hereby, repealed.] ( do we hope that this interesting :J Jr
and unfit for rnltivatinn!! ; and a list othesaine (hen rushing through the crowd seized her in I the of their Father
in I
Mxrch 3 1 J..Jf.!! common is human effort
Approved and presence beyond and all da
tie be saved from the misfortunes ; can ,
; to be made nut and certified by the deputies and mrvevw | her arms and tenderly pressed her frail little girl may j
general I t., t tlie Secretary cube Treasury.who I' vice which overwhelmed her poor mother, and to acknowledge their equal dependence I after failing in the attempt, is to lie down with
1 [No. .V*.] AN ACT to transfer the towns of Vinal figure to her throbbing bosom, exclaiming at his care and mercy. She wa then kind them.
hall a'IH'Wt.tht'} arne, so fdr ai they are nut claims I and that the incidents and deep Uj-on
* [ grief f her childhood) secure her e yo a so p
) district of Penobscot to that of Utlfast.iii (
child : i little Have I may
fee simple to eaid laiidt .hall vest in the said State. My darling one got youat she claimed me fur the day. She from this administration but I afraid
the of Maine.Jie female ann
of Louisiana.fciiSj! ct to the disposal of the le:i,>la- Slate last ?" The little girl was frightened, attentions and sympathy by which pu- you
showed her children whom like the I
it ennetfd lit the Senate nnd Howe of Rtpretrntatitcx first me are doomed to disappointment.
tOre thereof: 1'rotiJed, hmrrtrr, That the pro- screamed for her mother (the rity and virtue are chiefly guarded and pre-
eeedsof said bud haH be applied cscluMvely as i!f the United Stale of America in organ-grin I sened. Rowan: mother, she deemed her brightest A pretty fislit, Caudle you are gelling up- -
\ far the Congress ssf tablet', That the towns of Vinal Haven der) to rescue her, and tried in every way he and arranged their studies and occu.
all tutessan. II) construction of tile 1evesand I jewels, the federal ranks. The original Taylor
North Haucn and 'Ideboro'. in the State (fill could to from the of the *' wild .
drains afoot-aid. the State Maine, now included in the collection "escape grasp The Oldest Man in America.-(George pations fur the day. She then took me tao me n make you eleventh hour men the tail of a

I' Sec. 3. JwlLf it .further trl arl m. That in taa- district of Penobscot shall herrafter be included woman. Finally, however, by I the interfer- Ilnckhart livirrjin; Harlan county, K). i i. unt.1 or three miles on foot, to visit a sick neighbor ; the party. The/ claim the lion's share, on
king out u lit 01( t lie e swamp lands,subject; to over- and Mrs.1 Wilson the little I I I' :
I Cow and unfit for cut'tvation,ail legal tub-divisions, in and constitute a part of the collection district encelofMr.! one was of the most t extraordinary men of thin age and and, while performing this act of kindness, the principle, first com, first servd." You

1 he gi rater' part III i\\lnch m ol that character, shall of fleltat.Approved!. taken from the arms of the poor straller, p rhiips is the oldest: man now known to be I; left me to visit some ot the cottages upon the j claim equality for the reason that jour coming ;

be .included in *.i'il',t lift ; but when the greater part March 3, 15049 whose anguish seemed to increase in bitterness living. lIe is one hundred and fourteen, I I estate, whose inmates: I found' loud in the j in the nick of time saved them from defeat
of a cub-division i i- not of that character, the whole at the indifference or f forgetlulnew! ofthe
of her kindnes and benefactions. Our
years old'3ii born in (:lerrnantovvn: Pennsylvania praise and placed them in the place from which
of it shall be exciu.l. d therefrom I'rcridrdJtoinve No. 57 AN ACT the settlement ;
: [ ] to provide for little girl whom) sh; claimed to be her I
I own and has lived fur several in a next excursion was to see some of (the most | they assert their high prerogalires. -
That t ht' provisions nl I Intact shall not apply of the accounts of public ofiicern and others who years
At the
to any land. trmitins on, ri\vrs. cn-eks, bayous, watercourKCii may have received moneys arising 'from military' daughter. suggestion, however of.IiOInfl ,. hollow; sycamore: tree, of such large dimensions : aged trees in the park, the size of which was You are like the Jew, at the siege of Jenmfem. -

&e. which have' been Mirvctcd into lots contributions otherwise, in Mexico. by-slanders, the poor woman, who de. as to contain his family, consisting of a truly magnificent ; and I sympathized in the When not contending with the enemy

or tracts under the arts of third March, eighteen lie it tnacttd ly the Senate and Home of Jltpreitnlativeit clated her name lo be Ann :Mafield, was in. wife and (five or six children,bed and bedding, I veneration which she expressed for them, -with the Gentiles; -the Locos-you are J
hundred and eleven, and twenty.lourth Nay! eighteen let the strollers proceed ; -
duced to their
tlie United in
of State of .111.l'1' on ,
rrr way which like that with which one recalls
cooking utensils, iVc. The exploring! agent was quarreling among yourself Factious, .
hundred and i ivte.iily-f: ,1nd 1roritlcJfl/.r. That contentious
all raised in Mexico
CongretsaxunMid advised
moneys and to report to -
tkrt. That the United Stales' shall in no fnannl" beheld by contributions, or otherwise and rrceivtd by immediately legal oflhe American l BiLle! Society! in his travels the! illustrious memory of a remote progenitor.Our foolish-you will become as did the

liable ior any expenxe' incurred in velectin I any officer of t the United Slates anm,or navy, shall proceedings to enforce her parental rights.- in Kentucky, recently found him, and also next visit was to the green-houses and i I Jews, from their wicked internal dissentions; '

these lands and making out the lists thereof, or for be'chargcd against such outer on the blki' the Accordingly, u writ of habeas corpus was I saw several respectable: gentlemen who had gardens ; and she explained to me the mode j the prey and sport of your enemies. Already

cukinsany tbeproviiion.urve\\*of that this nsy act be required to carryout Treasury Department, and accounted for by him in sued] out in the Second District Couit, by Ann spent one or more nights \s itla him in this adopted there, of managing the most delicate the Locos are playing with you as a car with .
if the mOnecollecled and received Mafield tIr.. :1IIdIrs.. Wilson. In
like manner as against and of in the I
hold the Lu- plants, cultivating most econo- knock about till
Approved March 2, 1f4t4. had been drawn turn, the treasury of the United singular home. lie professes to a mouse- you exhaustion en:
I her she averred that she the
petition; was and) successful the fruits of
of German and a and then devour
Slates; and if any part of said moneys shall have literati faith, being a family I sues, you.
irh p,90.) AN ACT for the benefit of Peter II. been expended for objects not usually embraced I mother of the little girl, named Jtosa, age even received the Bible with peculiar manilt'sta'1 warmer region. From the garden we proceeded Pretty well that Mr. Prettyrmn should hei

(;rant. among those for which appropriations are made for years, who was stolen from her several tions ofgratitude.Vhat ar life f for one nnn to the cultivated fields ; and she informed your rital-your competitor for place and -
ntit enacted by the Senate awl Ifoate of llprt'.tnta.tireHlltlit that branch of tie service to which the officer! belongs years ago, and was now detained by the defendants. of the of pretermenl. .
to Kpeuil What a long train of e-vents: has me system husbandry pursedon You hunted in couple-a loving '
I "ilcJ in
States Conffiett shall be sed fit
of.1uriei ,the sums sf* expended not pa To this Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
arnitled.! That the Commissioner of the the credit of the officer, except, in the case of an officer that she the re- marked this century through which lu has the estate, the rotation of crops, the man. couple-intent on the jam game ; and novv .

General Land O.Tie, on Peter M Grant' returning of the army.on certificate of the Secrelary plied by denying was mother of drawn the thread of existence.-llille Socie agement and application of manures, the amount you quarrel like cats in the division. .Tis. all '

.o that office land warrant No. thirty thousand and of War. that the amount expended wis properly disbursed the child, and! further alledged that if she was B.ccortlfur 31rny. of seed*own,the ordinary yield, and the right Caudle that you should be outgpneraled -

ninety-one one hundred and sixty acres of land and liir) public service, and, in cse of any the mother, she was of( such notoriously bad] appropriation of the products, with a perspici- -'twas all should for the
and (arainbin; ulisfactory evidence that Jacob officer or the navy,on a like certificate .fthe Secretary character, that it would not be for her wrong you go
proper detail ofthe and results. She.
.1 lore A Race A Typograplilcal iris expenses I General. Old Zick will give you the sack.
Philips left the aid land ,
no kin entitled by law to of the Navy ; and on the adju-iment of the accounts ofsoc.un ,
have achild. ,
warrant in consideration, of the Cervices of tbe said of the officer, ifany balance shall appear to to charge The case Race !There has been considerable! exciie-, then undertook to show me the yards and of. You accepted him late-hcj will refuse joii

Philips deceased,khall issue another land warrant to remain in the hands of such dIicer, the same shall came up for> trial before Judge Canon, and occupied met: for some days past in the typographicalcircles fices, the barns the feeding stalls, the plans early. Last come, first served ; and you will I
ud Peter M Grant cxecutoi arid devisee of said be into the of the Uniud States for all Wednesday and yesterday. The and the ,
paid treasury for increasing managing man-
saving served
Bee in
Jacob (says the N. O. ) consequence get up, if not lo your living, jet about
Philips, +lec a'*d, for one hundred and sixty ccneral purposes. And any such officer having such testimony established that the petitioner, Ann cattle for f for the
feeding, breeding
between the ,
ot a proposition to run a race ure ; as deserve. Last for Taylor-first to bo
acres in lieu ol said warrant so tu be returned and balance in his hands,who, after being duly required Natchez you
hall be canet1JvJ.Apprcived shall refuse neplect to pay' over I the same, or \\110 Mayfield, came some years ago, .. fast t man ofthe Delta," and Mr. Pace, of milking stock, the piggery, (the poultry-yard! turned out ofthe tail of the cart. Caudle, joU

March 2, 1SJO.IN'o. shall, after due notice, fail to settle his accounts, with a very young child ; that she was deser. the Bulletin. They are regarded as the the stables the harness.rooms, the implement can't speak to-night.

shall be in the same manner as is ted by the man who accompanied her to that the She the
proceeded against swiftest compositors in the United States, Mr. rooms, dairy. explained to me You can. .
3.3) AN ACT amend the act entitled) "An for Irws, in the of disbursing and being in destitute circumstances .
provided by existing case place, every Pace being ('(1I1allo two ordinary compositors, process ;jof making ihe diH: >*rent kinds of Tis well for you I can-that there's one
act supplemental) to the act for the admis-sion of officers who neglect or refuse to account for and anxious lo t to New ,
the Slates (1owa and Florida into the Union." I moneys drawn from the fiea!ury of the United get Orleans and Mr. Wat. Smith having set up two thoirs- cheese, and the general management of the in the houstthat is familiar \tilh the king's

He it enacted by the Finale and house of Rep- States. And all moneys received by any (,officer either 1- actually sold her child to (the Wilsons in order and and Lour on bourgeois type To set up one rxiiIk. and the mode oftfeeding the stock ; English. '

rttentatirtt // the t'tiited Stale of .AI4N ica tnConzreu as contributions or penalties, or as internal ossesments to furnish her with clothing and bear her thousand an hour is regarded as an extraordinary and then, conducting me into the 'bailitFs has it at tongue's end. fr-i"- _;.

(lII mbl'J, That for the purpose of trying and compensation granted by the municipal expenses to this city, )but this it was under- feat. house she exhibited to me a Farm Journal, What, Candle you had better hold
iM>;a:s of fact, triable by a jury in the district court authorities, as well as sums received Jbv any of. stood that she was to obtain the child whenever of your
of the Ii is the proposed match will come and the whole systematic model keepingthe tongue, unless you dare provoke wife's -
United State fur the District 01 Iowa, a* ('8- 1 fleer or agent acting a. collector,shall be charged to,, she de irell. Since then expected jour
however she
bVhed by the act entitled An act supplements! and accounted for, by such officer or agent in the off lo-morrow. The bet is for one hundred accounts and nukingthe returns, with tongue ; and if you do, you'll- .

to the act t lor the at1r'l
Honda: into the Union," approved third Match, tion. child, unto the accidental encounter on the having staked the for their respective the accounts of her own wardr&be. This did And the breadth too. You are fond of .

phteen hundred and forty-five the said district' !'. 2. .1n
!_shall.. besejurated. into- three, -, divi-ions, ,.to officer has had the supervision of I he collection rl|: I potent witness, and were to a great extent ad. she admitted me into her boudoir, and showed tfcafs .
j ; rtiitb t pal of said district: 1 mnguitliin the I the military contributions at any of the Ports in interest amongst our brethren of the type, > lomruc.in -
Uubuqueland di.lrict, as altered by the" Act toestablUh Mexico and has, at the same time. exercised civil ;milted by the defendants.] There was some which persons-of that profession only can feel me the secrets ol her own admirable house Neater than your's arty day, Caudlp.Uut .

an additional land district 'in Icwa," appro- I functions under the temporary ovl"rnmEnllhf'fl" es- difficulty, however, ;In identifying the child.- and understand. As they are both of them wifery, in the exact accounts which she kept 'tis too bad Caudle, ain't it 1 Yes 'tis f

\.hal ed!eighth August, eighteen hundred and l Icrty-six, I tablishcdorhIere any officercr other person shall The mother swore positively on this point, favorites with us, we say success to both everything connected with the dairy, the After all you said against Polk and his administration .
constitute the northern divi.inn, and a regular have the duties of collectors at such port*.
term of aid court for said division shall be held an- :. such performed officer or person shall be allowed n compensation and the, striking: resemblance between them sides !" and the devil take the pie ofthe hind. market, the table, and the drawin .room and -blowed Texas and the Mexican .

tiuaily at Dubii' f. I to, commence on the finst Mou- I I which shall be assimilated in amount, as nearlyas confirmed her testimony. most. the servants's hall. All this was done with a war sky high-hoped Taylor and his troops I

day in Januar> ; alt that part of raid district I lying I may be, including the regular haY and emoluments" After ]learned and eloquent arguments from simplicity and frankness, which showed an would he shut up and cut up between Point

'a within the Iowa land district, as established b) t the of Mich officer to that allowed by existing Messrs. Frost and ALe for plaintiffs, and I To Clean[ Kid Gloves.-Many a fair read absence of all consciousness of an extraordinary Isabel and Matamoras-. prayed for his de* m-

wa Act:' tt 1.tabli.h an additional land district in loapproved -' laws toclficersof the cusloms in the United States Coricklin and) Keuey for defendants, Judge er and rnany an exquisite, we have no doubt, merit in her own department, and which Btruction at Monterey, and his annihilation at
eichtb and I
hundred similar in amount
August,eighteen where the services are ann importance :
torIY-tilx.llhall, coDMtiiute the middle divisionand : such allowance, in all canes, to be determined Canon proceeded to render judgment in the will feel] obliged to us for the following recipe eviJenlly! sprang solely from a kind desire to Buena Vista, opposed Jiis nomination at Philadelphia -

a reeular term ()f aid court for :hit division bhall beieiC by the President of the United Stales. And all case. Whilst the Judge was rendering his wlirh we take from an exchange paper. To gratify a curiosity on my part, which I hope, and then after the deed tras done,

Jirs annually at f Iowa city, to commence on the officers of the army tnd other persons in public cm- I decision, the scene within the Courtooom clean Kid Gloves-first take care that the under such circumstances, was not unreason agreed to take all back and vole for him for

Mpndaj in October; and the residue of the who have received payment for their per and affecting Then tht'gln'es able.
'' "" "f JOWl olovment was quite an impressive one.- hands are entirely clean. put on President. You made an awful face-but you .
fchall constitute the fonthetn division. vices* in collecting, keeping, or accounting for said I On side the of the wash in vessel of of A short hour after this into ,
ndJk r gul.r tam 0 It "d court for'th.' divisionnhall ,and for other necessary services, are author one was interesting family and them a spirits brought us : did it, Candle ; and all for what ? Why not

b first' \ "nuill- ftl' Burlington commence on !the ised moneys(to retain tto much of lheamounts'ceived as, organ-grinder, in whose weather-beaten, Bear- turpentine, precisely as you wash your hands another relation ; for the dinner bell summon. for honor, for you renounced that tthea you

a.ud Mondiy (n June : and should the judge of the I I in the opinion of the President of the United States seemed faces, a very perceptible expressionof until they are perfectly clean. Then hang ed us, and this same lady was found presiding!.surrendered-but for office, for- spouV. for

,istnctrou< fait' to attend at.the time and fltace'ff.llllQldlllg '1 mav be a fair compensation for said service deep affection and tender solicitude for their them up in some place where the air circu. over a brilliant circle ot the highest rank and there was nothing else in the contest* And

\ 11 oft rtt thy>) on said<> of diiuioiii'"*" tpu"ar ot terms the aforesaid of the
\ '!' 'Ielure (lh I question arise in respect to other considerations. 'he'liulc object} vf'all."ttiI5 lie and.leave the glove. as good and good humor, with a kind attention' all for 'tis ,
i rio of ""' 'fo''h' day 'If| any such collected in Mexico, or. llu? retnigsion of penalties! J turpentine., jou fought degrading, debasing,
itua inK1.I'II din;id nuch court hulL etand imposed, on the ground that the, collection wa im- contention sat between the organ. ai'newv' (to every one's wants, and an unaffected, 'c'oV humiliating I IIf Old Zack, after the aacilfk* .
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J.S. the mother with a beau, nestly wish him great success in his new being inuhdated. Snakes i in -
loco from the and establishment of to mind, evince,clearly the design pirticulars, presented large numers}
you made for him, don't : some Organization: my of all three. The are I leaving their original dens
Kutordinnte' \ to your wounded, honor Slate Government, it is declared," &c. Inconvenience and intention of the framers of the Con liful cradle, capable holding sphere.We of the and takiu i
appease possession houses.
a mammoth I hate
he will deserve to he tnade a sacrifice himsrlf according to the best lexico- stitution to guard against any enlarged or enlarging town of Halowel then presented for the two. heartily commend the' Georgian our eral having been bitten heard of sews.

an offering upon the altar of vioUtcd, hope( of gr.ipher?, means iinjilness inerpediercedts- interpretation. jumper of big enough have not yet made citizens as a paper of the highest character, reported.person It j3 said that the and one death.

disappointed 1 Plprct tlon." ''1"IS too J had- adeantagedfficulty." To say nothing of the The error of those who contend that the The citizl'Q Augusta ably edited well conducted, and particularly: now planted has already been crop of S"ar'

Here Mrs. Caudle's" speech( ( became inarticilale rtnfitness and unsuitableness: of organizingtire term of office of the Governor must' commence their__present.__ ____ _ valuable to Fhrida in furnishing late Northernnews. 50,000 hhd.. Krai estate. cut off at least
\. -poured fourth fiounJ, but no sense.lorpreterra .- Government in such a manner that one in October,! cither the October preceding : down to the wi no dung U
nihil. Voice, in the vocative gubernatorial term should be longer or shorter or following the election, arises, in my TIE FLORIDIAN) fc JOURNAL The Tri-weekly can he had at five persons who prices considered of ; an,: 40-and many-

wanting.-Xash. Unitn.Governor's. than another, it is to be presu med a sensible opinion, from their attaching too much con --:-: ::. -'- dollars a year, the Weekly)' at three dollars. 8100,000 a will themseNeg worth
-----.-. .-.--.--. --. --.. -. body of men would, if they had designed any sequence to unimportant words in the sentence MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON year ago, one year room
A. E. The Asiatic Cholera. Il a! poor a* need be. So
Term. such thing, have expressed their intention so and overlooking those that are all-im and New goel the world
EDITORS AND he Orleans in "
clearly as to place it beyond cavil, doubt or j portant. It was certainly not deemed a m.lt.ter PROPRIETORS' -- This much dreaded scourge appears to particular.

Tallahassee, June 3d, 184'J. controversy The Convention which framed of very great consequence} by the Con Saturday; June 9-; 184-9-- on its march in several of the Northern cities, The Georgia Journal

Governor Hnow.v the Constitution must have thought it vention, that the term of office should commence ---------. -_.- '_ _- _=h' = = and in almost every other section of our wide &17essege.Since
penning our notice of the
was not fit, it was not suitable' it was not j in month, for ;it arrange
letter of the 30th any particular appears
Dear Sir : I have: your The Goveror's Term. spread country. The latest advices state that which I
addressed in official character: expedient, it was not advantageous, that the I that the election was directed to be held in ment, by Edmund Burke, late Con
tilt to me my It will he seen from the opinion of the Attorney twenty.five new cases had been reported in missioner of
.. and asking, in substance: my opinion upon Governor should hold office for a longer period October only until otherwise directed by Patents, becomes associated with
the question When the term of office of the of time, : U an four y an-otherwise' they law." But the duration of the term of office Gt'terl, that his view of the time for New York, and eleven deaths occurred on the Mr.I Ritchie in the Editorial of

Governor commenced, and when It would not have set that limit to his term by must have been regarded as a matter of great which the first Governor should hold his of 1st inst. I had made its appearance in Phil!. the Union, we have met with management the .

rends ? the 2d section of the 3d Article. It xvoul! I moment, so much so as to make it a fixed constitutional lice is different from any heretofore tal\en.- adelphia, Baltimore, and Norfolk, Va., and in the following I
be a reflection the intelligence of the those alterations paragraph Macon (Georgia)Journal -
During the discussion of this question last upon principle, not subject to entertained outs 4.I $
We h his in the apprehensions were visiting
opinion presenting
Fall and Winter, I took but little interest in members of that body to suppose, that after and changes effected by the ordina publish I Messenger]:

it, and consequently was not led to examineor having thought fix a certain number of legislation of the country. It is a safe and clearest and most forcible light this new con. I Richmond one death having already occurred .i "THE UNIO.V A FREE-SOIL ORGAN.

) investigate: it with that care and attention years: as the term of the executive office, they a sound tube to be observed in construing a struction of the Schedule and Ordinance, and The Legislature, now in session at In order to complete the coalition between

which arc indispensable in making up an were obliged, in order to guard against any written instrument to gives full and complete that our readers may judge for themselves as Richmond, has discussed the propriety of adjourning the Democrats and Free-soilers, Mr. Ritcfcfe

opinion upon a question of such importance.: inconvenience arising out of the establishment effect to those words which convey in thestronoest to the truth or error of its conclusions. I i is to the Warm Springs in consequence of the Washington Union, has associated with
and at the con of State Government to run counter to manner the meaning of the writer himself in the editorial
Upon a hasty cursory glance of that
stitution, however, at that time, I, on one or their own ideas of fitness and 1 propriety, by as to the substance of what: he intends, rather well known that the common opinion has without, however, coming to any decision fur. paper, the Hon. Edmund management Burke late Commissioner .

two occasions, expressed an opinion which, I giving to the first Governor a term four or than to lose sight of the substantial idea, and I been that the term ended on the first of October ther than the appointment of a committee to of Patents and the acknowledged

soon found, differed widely from those that: six months longer than the period they had, attach great importance to matters of time, cither the one past, or the one to corn?- investigate the truth of the report of cholera leader of the Free-soilers and aboIiiiWisIin; '

were urged with great zeal and ability by in their wisdom, thought proper to assign to :. place and circumstance. Guided by this rule the Governor elect aril: his friends adopting the being actually in the city. Its ravages have New Hampshire. This is only another step
others who I presumed had given the sub the office. If there is any other way of avoid I think it clear that the meaning of the second i towards the
I organization: of the Free Democracy
former period and Gov. Moseley, and his been frightful in several of the cities, .
ject all the consideration that its importance ing the inconvenience which the Convention, section of the third Article is that the \'ester for the campaign of 1849." }I

demanded.: Not disposed to be tenacious of as appears from the 17th Article, apprehended. Governor shall serve for: four years" if elected friends, the latter. The view now presentedis completely prostrating business and paralyzing On the author's

an opinion that I had hastily formed, and having might arise, let us adopt< it, rather than sup in October-and that the plain sense! nnd that neither is right, but that four years from the energies of the people. The authorities own account, and for the

nothing to induce me to enter upon anything pose they would be guilty of the oversight obvious import of the Schedule and Ordinance the time Guv. Moseley qualified. ((26th June, of Charleston, Savannah, and Macon, and indeed sake of the good name of newspapers, wo are

like a ciitical examination of the ques which such a construction involves. Let us is, that though elected at any other 1815,) his term will end. of all the cities, we notice are taking sorry that the Journal Messenger shoul.I

tion, I yielded to the views of others, or ra not convict them of inconsistencies, if we can time, he shall hold his office: only for the same contain such a passage with such a caption.
make the whole instrument far this Without at present entering upon the merits active steps to prevent its appearance in their
thcr thought it probable that the impression so as period of four years.I can do Mr. Ritchie harm-it
made upon my mind might be an erroneous question is concerned, consistent w.ith itselfin I can see no ill consequence from this con of the question, we will only say that it is midst, by cleansing their streets, causing lime Democratic I no can do the

one, inasmuch: as gentlemen of known abilily every part, and avoid the inconvenience! struction of the Constitution. On the con now still more clear that it would have been and chloride of lime to be freely sprinkled in party no harm. There is scarce.

had turned their attention to the subject, of having the term of office/ of one Governor trary, it seems to me to make all its provisions better, as was desired by (0\.. M., to have the lanes, cellars, &c., of their cities, and advising ly a neighborhood within the limits of the'
and had formed opposite and conflicting opinions longer than another. I think such an inconvenience harmonize and agree, and carries out United States to which the Union, in its re.
had the point decided by the judiciary, as a their to with them
none of which I found coinciding with can and ought to be avoided by a the intention of its framers in one of its most people co-operate peated denunciation of Free Soilism will
my own. construction that should commend itself to important provisions, the limitation of the question[ of constitutional law. So many differing in the work of purification. The Medical itself the falsehood not

Since the receipt of your letter I have: examined every impartial and unprejudiced mind. term of office. opinions of learned gentlemen, at least Profession are not idle. The Board of Health expose of this libel. The

the question submitted U me with all The Schedule and Ordiuan& which con To this view it may be objected that by 1 proves[ that he was not bo c-.ly wrong as in Charleston, composed principally! of Medical introductory address of the Editors, either in

the care, diligence and attention 1 was capable stitute the 17th and last Article of the Con- the terms of the Schedule and Ordinancethe i would, have the people whole or in part, will probably' be republished'
recommends ,
I abusive whig men, that each householder
of bestowing upon it, and the result has stitution was the last work of the "onvcn Governor is required' to enter upon the papers by every Southern Democratic
believe and shows that it would have been should have the paper ; that
tion and framed after all the other sleeping apartments of his
been, that I am fully satisfied my first impressions was pro- duties of his office immediately after his election. address, with I the of
i were right. visions of the Constitution had been examine It will be observed, however, that the eminently proper that so vexed a question servants thoroughly cleansed and white.wash- name both Ritchie and

The second section of third article of the ed, discussed and adopted. It was thoughtthat \ Article of the Constitution which fixes his should have been I submitted to the courts.o:7.1Ve cd, and their bedding well aired and purified, i Burke attached, condemns, in explict, unequivocal .

Constitution is in these words: : Florida might be admitted into the Union period of service, is silent as to the time whenhe I all offensive matter: removed from their yards and unmitfakable terms, the principles .

"The Governor shall? lie elected for four years \bJ ai a time which would render it desirableto shall enter upon those duties. It was ::: sho.ild have mentioned last week cellars and lime them and of the Free Soil party. The same number
have the elections held and the State Government and sprinkled over
doubtless the intention of the Constitutional
the doctors, at the time and where which contains
qualified place the
that our friend, B. F. .ALLEN. Esq., whose eloquence introductory address,
they shall vote for Ilrprejientatives, and bhall remain I organized at some other time than Convention that if the election should take } in the private drains. By such and other

in office until a sjcc.ei.sor be chosen and qualified, that fixed by the provisions they had already place in October, the duties of the office \v:as heard from many a forum during means, the virulence and mortality of the disease comes out in decided opposition to Col. Ben.ton's .

andshall, of not four be eligible: thereafter.t"< re-election" until the expiration adopted. If such a contingency should happen should ;immediately commence. So also if the last campaign, persuading the peoplethat may be greatly diminished.A late movement. The writer then of the

years a deliberative body assembled togetherfor the election should be hcH at any other time. Old Zack was the man after their own I! paragraph which we have quoted in charg.
The third section of the fourth article writer in the N. Y. Evening Post com
de the purpose of moulding, shaping and making Hut if the contingency should happen wh ch hearts and ing the Union" with 'being a Free Soil Or.
c1nres- as perfect as possible, in all its parts, ther was anticipated, and it should become neces- whose culh'ated pen is, very properly : municates: to that paper the following! facts in "

"The Kepresentativrs coal be t"host'n't'ry : work upon which they were engaged, would sary to hold the election at any other ti'ne impatient of idleness, has for a short time I I regard to treatment of cholera, which we republish gan, states not only what is no!a.yae but

on the first"Monday of October until otherwise directed naturally inquire how they could best pro. than that first fixed by the Constitution, then taken! the Editorial Chair of the Sentinel. for information : what all his readers, who have even moderato

ly law. vide for such a contingency without interfering the provision of tIe: Ordinance requiring the The Editor, Mr. Cushy, by way of respite general. means of information, will know, not to be a

From the sections of the two articles of the with or marring what they had already Governor and other officers to enter upon the from his long and arduous labor, has be CAMPHOR. r? CIOLER.\-\s'there seemsto I fact! Consequently no injury' can be done
gone a general apprehension that the cholerais
Constitution just quoted it that the
appears done. To such a body the question must duties of their office immediately after their
Governor is to be chosen( by the qualified have presented itself whether it was necessary election, can only be made to apply to the North for the summer, and leaves Mr. Allen approaching our city, and some few believe to the Democratic party by the assertion-because

electors the time and where his well that it is already us, I beg permission, no one will be able believe it.
at same place to change the provision they had approved first election. It would have applied with to fill place-a very proposed selec among to The

they shall vote for Representatives ; and the in regard to the time of the election and the the same force and effect hid: the 1 first election lion. through your columns to make public the following writer only affects the character of his 0\\1
election of Representatives is directed to beheld of service The fifth facts : During the year 1832, whenwe
period or not. section taken place in October. That election paper for correctness, and with that lessens its
the first : of October. When were at first visited with the cholera, I
on Monday of the seventeenth Article! furnishes
an answer having taken place 3t another time it becomes FOURTH OK second the motionof
influence. We
JLL\-WC i think he has
these of the Constitution framed j ( from some source, that the of committed a
parts: were to this question: ; and shows in what forever inapplicable to all future elections lear( spirits
and it therefore our neighbor about going to work early to 1 I camphor, taken in doses certain "crime"-at rate, be
adopted, was manifestly the way the Convention determined to meet the which are required to be held in October smal was a any Napoleon right,
intention of tho for the celebration of this i specific. Bring t time connected with he has
Constitutional Conventionthat approaching done
contingency contemplated.: They did not until otherwise directed by law." 13e:>!'ides, prepare : icorse-he has made a blunder.
the election for Governor, kc. should change the term of office ; they did nothing I regard the time of entering upon the dutiesof anniversary. I5y no means pass it by as other -; the post-office in this city, I procured se\'erl To the charge: that the Union is a "Free
take place) on the first Monday in October. affect it did I i dozen of small pliials! which I filled with
to they not that it should be ,
all select "
; say the office as of much less consequence) thana means an orator soon i Soil Organ the adds that Edmund
But before the Convention closed its labors shorter the be which IJ-Iy I j strong spirits of camphor, and one to Messenger
or as case might gave
I strict
adherence to the constitutional! term
and him have time his best idea in
to i "
it adopted the seventeenth article, which i is they certainly would have said, had: they so of office, when the Constitution can be con put j each of the clerks and letter carriers, with directions i. Burke is the acknowledged leader ofthe Free .

I: called the Schedule and Ordinance"-the intended ; but they provided for a dijfcrtnt strued so as to neither lengthen nor shortenthe good shape without being. .hurried.The whenever they felt any premonitory Soilers and abolitionists of New Hampshire."

fifth section of which provides that immediate time for holding the election; in the event of period of service prescribed.The -- ------ I symptom of the cholera, to take ten drops ina Ths mistake involved in this a.ertiol, though I
after official information shall have Washington Union. tablespoon full of and if that
} official information being received 'that Congress provision of the Schedule and Ordinance F water did not doubtless entirely within the cognisance of

been' received that Congress have approvedthe had approved the Constitution, and pro- in this respect, fairly interpreted, is The Washington Union of June 1, contains: J'I relieve them, to repeat the dose every fifteen him who made it j
be :
Constitution and provided for the admission vided for the admission of Florida. This simply this : If the first election takes placein the Introductory Address of Messrs. Ritchie minutes until they found relef Neither the may not quite so manifest
of Florida the President of this Convention I clerks nor of the had the to the great body of reader
was the event, the happening of which might October, then the Governor shall immedi- & Burke Editors of the ofthe any Jeter newspaper
as joint
shall i issue writs of election," &.c. render it expedient that the election should ately thereafter the duties of his Organ i cholera, although the latter were constantlyexposed And yet what is better known than that Halo

"The election shall\ be held on the first :Mon. take place al some other time than the first office ; if it takes cater place upon at any other time he Democratic Party at the seat of Government. i by visiting every part of the city i in -a renegade Democrat elected to the Senate

day after the lapse of sixty days followingtheday :Monday\ in October. For this event the Ordinance shall also thereafter enter Never, perhaps has the Union, since its publication the discharge of their duty. of the U. S. and .
immediately upon : by whig in
of the date of the President's proclamation : and Schedule provides that writs of the duties ; and the object and exhibited such masterly ability in its Two persons in my own family were attacked opposition

," &.c. And_The Governor, RePresentative election shall i issue, &c. ; that an election design of the requirement ofce in either case were, editorials, as since the commencement) ofGen.'Iaylor's with cholera, one of them severely: I to !i to the Democratic candidate-and

in Congress and members of the shall be held, "and that the officers so elected that the Government might be organized as whorl I administered camphor before any not Burke, is the "acknowledged leader of the
Administration. Mr. Burke
General Assembly shall cntrr upon the dutiesof shall: enter upon the duties of their respective speedily as possible; after the first election. physician arrived, and they were both cured. : Free Soilers and abolitionists in New Harnp.
their respective offices after the weight of whose talents Is now thrown into I would! add that the late Dr.
immediately offices immediately after their election and Gram informed "
I have thus fully, though I fear, in a very shire. Indeed so fiir is that charge from rest.
their election under the provisions of this shall continue in office in the same manner imperfect manner given opinion the concern, has the reputation, which he me, th it of MO cwler patient, he di H I not ,

Constitution, and shall continue in office in and during the same: perio.llhey would have the submitted, you, and my be happy upon has well earned, of being ono of the ablest political lore one when caled an early stage of the ing on any foundation of truth that the fact 15* ,
the same manner, and during the same period done had they been elected on the first Monday to find yourself and others, upon a review writers in the United States. The Democratic disease, anllw unifornly administered cam. there is perhaps not north of the Potomac a .

they would have done had they been elected in October." and re-examination of it, concurring with me : pllr.-S. Y. Eve. Post. more determined and uncompromising oppo.

en the first !Monday in October." Now for what time would the Governor in sentiment. I patty has every reason to co graau. [In support of the above} wo make the fol- nent of abolitionism and Free Soilfsm than
These arc the only provisions of the Constitution have "remained"! in office had he been elected late itself on having enlisted) in the support of
Very respcctfu1y, &c. owing extract from a communication published Edmund Burke. We have only to refer to
touching question submitted, and in October. The section and! Article so K IIOGUI:. its cause at Washington such a paper as the
in order that __ by Dr. Chaloner, of Philadelphia, as I his advocacy cube annexation of Texas and
to answer: question, it will be necessary often referred to answer, "for four ears:' _'_ H Union to be in the of its .
------ promises
to inquire what is the true meaning: "and until a successor is chosen and qutlifieJ. : 1 rout the JSultimore .IIl iean. hndl present to the symptoms and mode of treatment of 1 his hostility to the recption of Abolition Peti
Editors.On .
intention and import of these several sections ." For the panic: period" and in the same Sr. Louis, May til I, 18IS. choler: I I"TIu tions while a member of Congrees. Openinga
and articles. It will be conceded that such the question of Slavery, whether in the
he continues in
manner ,though electedat The St. Louis Reveille states that the valus usual primary symptoms consist of single volume of the journals of Congress
a construction should! be given to them, if other time the States Tenitories the District Columbia
of (
any By provisions the of the steamboats: destroyed by the great or ooseness of: the bowels or a diarrhea, with we have his vote against the least
possible, as will be most consistent with the Schedule and Ordinance, he is immediately i tire in this city i is about three and the. position of tie Union will continue to be, coldness of the extremities and spasms of thebOWCh
whole tenor, character and scope of the instrument I after his election to enter the duties of bUIJlt which courtesy to these miserable papers. Motion
upon i eighteen thousand dollars, cargoes one hundred that Congress lul nothing too with it. We are neglected until the
itself; and such as will best harmo his office and continue for four from is stricken down rise was made by Cost Johnson that, "No peti
years patient to no The
and t thousand dollars, and more.
fifiy produce
of what is said the
nise with the probable intention and designof lint time. The ""period'; is not: enlargedon on the landing fifty thousand dollars, making give a portion on subject of use of the warm: or hot bath is prejudicial, tion, memorial, Resolution, or other paper

its framers. the contrary, it is expressly provided that the entire loss of buildings! merchandize, Slavery in the Territories : both from its relaxing effect[ and the move. praying the abolition of slavery in the Dis
It is manifest, then, from the terms of the it shall be the "same." : should be of the
never forgotton that this ment patient requisite for its
steamboats and the re- accomi&hment
cargoes, according to es. I trict of Columbia[ State
2d section of the 3d Article, and from the 3d A period! is defined to be a stated numberof or any or Territory
in the recumbent
timates of the of the but public i a confederacy of sovereign States > ; rest position being -
section of the 4th o\ler properly or the Slave Trade between the States
Article Territories
that the Constitution
round of time time or
a in which
years ; ; Under either in the
SI,0:O,2O-far less than one would hate possessing equal co-rights. the con- important. Opium, form of
has fixed the time when the Governor any thing is performed, so as to begin again anticipated previous to making an estimate. stilution, i Massachusetts possesses the same laudanum or paregoric, or Dover's powder, i of the United States in which it now

shall be elected, and has also prescribed and in the same manner." Now if a Governor is All the insurance companies, except two rights as Virginia, and Virginia as Massa-: combined with GVIEITS or CAMPHOR or the exists, shall be received by this House or en-

set limits to the period of his service or con elected and enters upon the duties of his office will be able to meet their responsibilities, and chusetts. One State, or:portion of( the States, powdered gum, I OUR SJU ET.A CIOR, with tertained in and way whatever."
in office
in the month of June, and holds the office cannot the of the the addition of little
pervert constitution a Champagne
these will from .r powers Bra
two > to 75 cent on Edmund
pay per
of the few
Had the was from the
first Governor been one
in October
for four from the first
years of October muke of the and but the latter
their losses. u use legislative, judicial, executive water ; must be used only
and immediately entered upon the duties following, though he commences in June it is the the North who voted in favor of this motion (
So far as has been ascertained tho loss of agencies of government which it establishes "n attacks, and not freely as a preventive. -
of his office, can one deny that his obvious that he does !hold, for the Ho. Jour.
any not sameperiod" 1 sess. 20 Con.
to injure another State ) Mr.
life is not so great as was at first apprehcnde or any num. The same Physician furnishes the follow p. 2-0.
period or term of service would have been be would have: Jone had he commenced of
her Statej. Fillmore
They all stand under the whom the
four years from that time, and that it could in October and surrendered the seals ( constitution tho ing as among the best mixtures to be kept infamies Messenger supported

not have been one day or one hour longer, of office in October-four thereafter. The City Councils have passed an ordinance I upon same common groundof and given as directed : the Vice Presidency was not only in favor of ,
They all entitled
widening the streets of the burnt district, and equalty. arc to enjoythe
except only in one event, expressly providedfor The one would be a period of four years and to erect fire proof buildings. i common benefits oi the Union, and are "Take wine of ipecac and strong essence receiving these Petitions, but of granting !

viz : That no successor teas elected and four months-the other period of four years. The number of deaths from Cholera durUg all required to share its common burdens. of peppermint, each two fluid drachms ; Sy- prayers, as appears from his letter to the Erio

qualified. and Suppose the fifth section of the When,therefore, the Schedule and Ordinance the 21 hours ending to day! at noon, was 2))I.'I'ho I.- When the interests of the whole require} that denham's laudanum, one fluid drachm ; and 1 i. Ant Slavery Society; Burke so far from favoring
Ordinance had never been incorporated directs that elected in June he shall
though war should be waged another : ethereal tincture valerian, half an
disease against ounce.
number of deaths from that d I. nation their purposes, would not give them a
or made a part of the Con. hold his office during the same period he each State is Mix and give the dose as follows : \.
to bear
the week ending on Tuesday was 231. power required its
stitution-that in fact it dial The Cholera has the Mormons equal share of the common buidens and s'>cri- thirty drops to half a teaspoonful ev.
election for Governor had been held in it cannot mean that he shall hold the at Council appeared and is among also tees which war imposes and demands. Each ery half hour to two hours, in a little brandyand great conservative statesman, the other denounced ,

October, and that the Governor so elected had office from June until-October, and then for to be very had Buff among the California represented crni- Iatc is required to contribute a due proportion water,accor ling to the age of the patient as a leader of abolitionists and Free 1
thereafter entered the du
immediately upon four years longer-for that would not be the ( outs: }' and its blood, and each shouldbe and the volence of the spasms.Or Soilers.
ties of his office it be contended that he grants. money f
can same period. There is no way, in my Baldwin, who murdered Mr. Matthews, permitted to share the common benefits take of strong laudanum, one drachm; ------ :
would have remained in office I longer than opinion, of arriving at a correct result in this '
and was sentenced to be hung, has had his which result from war, if any do result. II Spirits camphor, one drachm ; Preaching vs. Practice.
four years from the time of his entering upon matter other than that of construing word sentence commuted to imprisonment f for life. money, in the shape of indcmuifcation, is acquired Spirits lavender, compound, one drachm ; The National Whig, one of the Taylor organs
the discharge of its duties, "and until a according to their true import and meaning with Ethereal tincture of
:, victory, it goes general] valerian, one drachm ; Washington, :
successor was elected and qualified V1 I ask and counting the period as commencing when Fearful Mortality.-Tho most fearful in. treasury for the equal benefit of all. Or if Mix and give a the preceding. 44 says !
if the fact that a successor is not elected and the Governor enters the duties of his office When out of power, the Whigs preach the
upon i
stance of mortality caused by the cholera, territory should be conquered, it seems to Place then the patient in bed ; give him ic
qualified, is not the only case provided for by and ending in four years from that time. that has ever come to our knowledg, says the that justice, demands: that all the States should us in small pieces t to eat-this allays the thirst, right doctrine upon the subject of.ofce. as. a _J
the Constitution which authorizes Governor He( then holds in the and during public trust ; but when they pov vr,
.. n same manner Natchez Courier occurred on the plantationof enjoy it equally." and will assist in relieving the nausea and vom e Ito
so elected to remain in the office one day the he would have done had they bear with no patience whatever the prac
game Mr. James Miller, Water proof La., duringthe -.- ---_ ---.- iting. Warm and dry frictions are also useful,
tice of that doctrine if the mantle of office
the period of four ? he been elected in October and entered ,
ievond years upon past few days. We have been credibly The Savannah Georgian. and tho bedclothes may bo raised by hoops "
bring back the fifth section of the the duties of his office after his should not fall on their shoulders.
immediately informed that thirty.nine out of forty negroes and tho steam of alcoholic fluid carried by a
Schedule and Ordinance-restore that section election. on the plantation have died I The disease This excellent paper has come to us this pipe beneath them. The symptoms of the This admission of high authority that tho

to the Constitution, where in fact it is, The language of the Schedule and Ordinance entirely baffled medicalski-rediciae wouldnot week with the name of our old friend, Col. S. disease vary, however, with the locality of the whigs preach one doctrine when. out of office,

and where we find it constituting a part and is restrictive and seems to have been act at all-a hearty negro taken S. Sibley, at its head as one of its proprietorsand place ; and the medical attendant: will often and practice another when il office, will open

I effect parcel 1 of Is that there trument-lnd: what is the cautiously framed for the very purpose of excluding slightly ill, vomiting would shortlj ensue, Editors. He is associated with Col. find himself compelled in the same place to the eyes of the people to the deceptions which

I a sentence, word or syllable : the conclusion of the possibility of a without any purging, and in 2 or 3 hours the Jackson and Mr. P. J. Punch who adopt an opposite treatment, and be astonish.ed .
cf that Schedule and were before have been imposed them- but con-
I Ordinance which gives of service than that be cold upon I
longer term prescribed in poor negro would and dead. Thereis to find recoveries under these
countenance to the idea that in any event, the 2d section of the 3d Article. It speaks something certainly very singular about the connected with the paper, and under contradictions. The writer has no desire apparent to firms the condemnation of Taylor by democrats

except the one already referred to, the Governor this language too plainly and too intelligibly terrific mortality on this plantation, which \\e whose management, together with the aid of establish any peculiar theory; but at the re. by promising to b n no-party" President -

can continue in the exercise of executive to be misunderstood : The time for the elec.tion hope may be elucidated by those skilled in the retiring partner, Mr. W. II. IJulloch, it quest of friends and citizens of the District, has and then turning round to the most ultra

duties for any greater length of time than is fixed ; the period of service is fixed ; the disease.-N. O. Bee. attained a very high character. Col. Sibley penned these lines." practises.The .
the time fixed and provided for partizan
bythe2d section
it be
p but as may expedient to hold is too well known in this State to Our readers had better these .
of the 3d Article? Does it require preserve prescriptions
.. enlarge or the election at another time, it has been tho'tfit More Births Extraordinary.-Thc SouhBoston any Overflow at New Orleans.
shorten the time Joe it leave it untouched word from us to establish his as in case of the of
or As
name. Ed. appearance
I to make provision for such a contingency Gazette is indebted to a friend for t tie The latest advices we have of the o\erfoW

and unaffected as to duration ? -but you,' who ore elected, are not thereforeto following particulars : A month or two since ior of the Floridian for a long while, he did cholera among us, they may be useful., at New Orleans we find in the Bulletin of

Let us inquire for what purpose the Schedule understand, that because the election takes the lady of Mr. Edward Lowell, of Gardinc much valuable service in the cause it

and Ordinance, or the 17th Article.wesframed place at another time, you are to hold your Maine, presented her husband with girls 'ed. (His political experience i and practical espouse Extract from D letter of late date from New the 30th ult. A, paragraph in that paper

and incorporated in the Constitution.The offices for or during any;other, period than and and a boy at a birth. In honor of,the I Knowledge will_ be Orleans to a gentleman in this City: says :'

purpose end object of it are distinctlyand you. would have done had .you been elected three towns adjacent, the girls werov cal D strong acquisition to, theGeorgian I The rear of the city,all under water, some THE CuEvAssE ,-We can give nolhllgcbeeirtg

clearly set forth in its commencement-. at,the |time first fixed and established by the wel and Augusta, and the boy.Gardin and while .many friends heroI ill places six to)ten feet deep ; the country from.thisimportant, Breach. 'f
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T: iT-- :
I Ijr
upon llic streets in front of tho city. we do not set our slaves free to to Ohio -- --- ao .'
go or principally in demand of the American
disappeared and the
secu. bath'from State of Florida.-Middle
Grant has sent down for else. If ; Circuit. ..
Copt. a requisition anywhere they go, they go of their rities. been :
first horrible beyond description, Brig" OCILLA," Sarah M.Whiting, )I In in the Circuit l ttH.
an additional quantity of fascines and some own accord and against our will. We declare The Chancery
Europamade trip out in eight delightful and I could have stood Court for Wakulla .
days. ; for the
dispatch vs. I' Countyon' j.Frincis
sacks of sand be used in front of for
25,000 to perpetual slavery in Kentucky ; but for The Herman arrived on the 17th at Southampton hours, woeing the droppings of its ; having good ac B. Whi'irg. ) Bill filed.
the piling. Both will be pent but our freedom in Ohio. If she establishes
up I. a gU\r from Bremen, with 135 passengers. waters. I out a restored man." on (man). or to appearing to the satisfaction of(Ihe Hurt,that.the r
strong hope rests with the falling of the river. along her extensive river border, then sht ITALY.-Information has I received care &. ORMOND. IT( Defendant, Francis B. Wbifing. resides in .j;
------- would kill abolition, and we would no longer from Gccta, which states that Pope Pius, on [FOR THE FLORIDIAN b JOUR TAL-] 1 3 Texa,c ruf'of( the Stale of the United gUtn.and ont : "
Democratic be of this SfVe, so that ordinary Cannot be
Proscription.The disturbed. process served ,
hearing of the resistance! made the MY .
by people BROTHERS' GUA YES. upon rum It u HtT'l r .iJr.rrttJ rind ordered. '
charge has: so often been made, against JVom the-Jacksonville------Republican--- June 7. of ROle to the entrance of the French troops I &hr. That a hearing of I the (ads charged in s.id bill be 'ft:

Democratic Administrations, especially that Terrible Outrage in Marion I into (the city, declared that he would not return My brothers'graves! my brothers'graven! Tala.hl.ct.. had on the first Monday in September next". at New .
County. I to Rome at such price, and he is saidto Green spots here loved ones rest ; Port.in the county nf Waknllaat which time aid I
of Mr. Polk, of excluding indiscriminately, Extract of a letter to a gentleman this I defendant t
of place, have transmitted the Where sunshine !milt, and verdure \ may appear and plead or anv.frrr'to and .
of \
whigs from office, that it i is probable! that even dacd the inst. I message King And where the sons-bird's nest defend ainst said bill. .Ind it iifurthtt ordered, I.
.tt Naples and Gen., Oudinot to induce them to ,That a copy cf 'this r.rder be published in some one r II
many dem,'crats believe it. Tho simpleminded It is with extreme regret I harp In inform refrain from any further efforts against Rome. I built in joyousness to deer workmen we are of the newspaper printed (n this Cirtuit nci a l',

honest \\higs of the country have perhaps you that poor John Madison has IJt'rna)'. 1 In the meantime French General has been The lengthened summer of the 'year. in All our orders line from in a week, for at least three month. :r f 1

not the faintest idea of its untruth. We laid by that fellow Htirlcsou and a man by reinforced by twenty thousand additional Tho' from each other distant far, attention. .A Ne.port.1\Jo1Y THOMAS 12. IM9. BALT2CLL. JuJge- < ,J

think the Sentinel unlilushingly proclaimedthe the name Meadows! and so inhumanly boat t troops, and has now a large and wl1lppoint. And distant far from me, ; '!:and (dealer A 'true copy: CEO. LBRYANTClerk. i I
that he is I fear by this time dead. I ed under his command, and I oftimes %VliTF.&CO.( June 2.1S49.1 22 a
charge only a few weeks since. We give him ItC army IJdfrmilf speed in tanry's ear, __ ::__ __ t.,
/ on last: and the -
Saturday physician ( by a single or combined attack to capture the These hallow'd to
a view things as they existed in Washing. informed he could not survive longer than city. The piri and enthusiasm of the Rn. feel the "joy of spots grief'-!el'To and- ) -- Middle Circuit--Leon County. 4 t:_tl

ton immediately under I he eye of Democratic three days, if that. His skull is fractured in mans arc at highest pitch, and sustainedas O'er the green hillocks! where weep! and New Orleans, Silas F. liurney ji In Attachment. I I

idcnts. We call the attention of whigs three places, ono a compound fractute from they wi be by the numerous barricades they sleep. f Groceries, con r*. V Seta worn to $SO 43-100. } t 1
Isaac Hutto. Bond
lr which a poition of the brain exuded. In ev. and defences of the city the Frenchare Too early lost-in glory's race ?-, and Shoulders, ) III $160 00. t''
and democrats to the following table. 1 r E defendant and all ethers Interested here-
They the are ,
I of his body can evidence of certain of sought battle-plain ; FlourColee. 1"11 )_ (
ery part you I by no means success. Al ac. by notified of the institution of the above sail r
gives R list of the chief clerkships, and the abuse. You can form no idea of his. mangled counts concur in asserting that i wi utterly And early founi in Death's:embrace, for!ca9I.! and required to appear and plead to the declaration t .j,: .0#.t[

politics of the incumbents, on the 30ih of Sep.Icmbcr j situation. It appears that the rascals met himon impossible ever to restore temporal A balm for earthly pain : W. ArcvleV filed therein\.ithinthe time prescribed by law.VALlER&GWYNN. #. I (

1617, with notes changes to the his way to his place, (near the Springs,) power of the Pope in an form. One tell beneath Jalapa's sky, McDOUGALL. o :' '

struck him horn his horse with; a club, and The combined )of Europe would be The other sjuglt his home-to Ii'! May2'ISU.t 21 Ally's PPff. 1 UGRISWOLD'SIMPROVED j
fourth March,. ;,649, and of the politics of powers .-
then dismounted, leaving leaving him dead, insufficient to place hin: aain on the throneof And both
are gone-the kind, the good, (k{ 'tt
the incumbents of said offices in
previousyears as they supposed, (his boy having previously the Vatican, with kingly and sacerdotal The loving and the brave t Iheestafpof COTTON GINS. '
; <
as follows : left him braid). Mr. Pearson him his The tide of !: f
got power. feeling has compctely! .And still at noon the waving wood { coun"', State Jepartment-acting chief clerk, 'house, where he remained insensible until an turned against him, and his foremost glory has Casts shadows o'er ,' delay, du TR1lIl Subscriber will continue to ManufactureCotton \
grave .L Gins on his usual extensive scale! aided "
( ; :
whij i operation was performed, by raising his skull, forever. Most frightful details are alI prescribed by law,
departed And the warm sky looks calmly on, by Ions experience first clans workmen, best :'t j t
chief clerk demo. soon after which he recovered his given in of the of Priests materials and the
Treasury Department: senses.- some papers) being Nor seems to that they G. most improved machineryhich :
He distinctly says Buileson committed the act. dragged forth from their hiding places by the weep gone:- ex SHTJ: .Im'r. enables him to furnish an arlicle( ,\vhich,for faithful I

crat.War Departinent-chiefcle:k,democrat. A magistrate was sent for to lake his affidavit populace, and having: been ruthlessly l put to And l why should I ?-\\'NI of care, otcio workmanship, durability and superior performarce* !-, I

Navy Ht'Jlilmclt-hid) cleik, democrat. before he again lost his mind. The perpetra. death, their bodies have: been divided into Perchance world of woe, is Havinz not surpassed in addition by any to offered Reed's in Patent the United Combination State I, AI L tt|

First Comptroller's ofFice-chief clerk, tors have not yet 1'(1' taken ; look out for mat pieces, and thrown into the Tiber, but I living.they niijht luve to share. : Newport, in the Water-ttor,procured at great cost the sole right tome '

whig. them as they pass your way. His house was they are judged lto }be fabrications. Which, dead,they c.mnot know; of the infant on Cotton Gins* Devalin Wood & Hancock'. .
Second surrounded he in it but has These truant tears; I (then mint t : his wife Amelia celebrated Patent' Oil-Saving R<>!, which is considered I
Comptroller's office-chief cleik, (l Friday night, they Intelligence been received by telegraphat dry- ( Brenan,) both/ of far superior to in .,
democrat. could not get in to arrest him. The cause cf Paris from Gen. Oudinot, to the 13th May. My brothers live with Cud on high. of thirty Having furnished eight any hundred use-Gins to the Planter .

First Auditor's office chief- clerk, democrat JJurlcson's animottiy !sprung from Dr. Byrne which states .that there was a strong probability New Orleans,May, 1S49.- ire,apply by pe last sea-ion, which have given universal satisfaction ,

; hut had been Ilel up to death of the and Madison! having reported him for cruelty that the French troops will }be r permitted to : zahtth A. Over will be a sufficient/ guarantee that his Cotton i.
Hon. Tlmmas
previous incumbent, years, by a whig alias to his negroes. enter Rome without any opposition. In the Extraordinary Students.-Baxter: / of Florida for Gins are highly approved. .
be made
Engagements can the
f deral t.Second. I have since learned that Burleson left last General's despatch he says, 1 "erl proposi- 14o distinct treatises, IJunyan wrote' GO belonsins to the 'terms with his Travelling on :\gl'ntlbo most accommodating will- 4

Auditor's office-chief cleik, democrat night upon a grey horse." (lions in relation to (the submission of the city Dr. Cotton Mather published :J332 (wing an undi call on Planters enerallv,or by letter, addressed tu I

; but had been filled for J3 years, up to -- have been made to me, which auger safety t to Origen's books number 0,000. St. by the United him at Clinton, Jones county, Gporiria. ,

1815, by a \IJig. From the .j'alachicoFa .Idrtrti&cr June 2. Rome. A letter in the London Times announces filed his teeth to the gums to enable (late'Overstrepf.the) Gins delivered to 'the purchaser free of expense, ,

Third Auditor's office-chief clerk, whig ; STEAMBOAT DISASTER.On the arrival Spanish troops in Italy, pronounce the Hebrew. Budccus ; I common land is,descri on and The warranted Cherokee to perform Cr-untiesin well.(;eor ij,3nil the North : I

co held for last 30 years. last )Jonda .! th inst., the steamboat which were marching towards Rome to co. nebm spent their wedding day : t half of the north eastern part of Alabama,will be furnished with Gin; ;

Sixth Auditor's office-chief/ clerk, demo. Emily burst a boiler just as she was in the act operate in the restoration of the Pope.A their Iludi(!. Fenelori said, If,ibm" in township two, from a branch of his buinpv at Rome Flo>d County I

crat. *ing our wharf. Only two or three rev. fresh attempt has been made at Palermo of all the kingdoms of Europe were t
of office olutions of the wheel had been made when the armed at feet, in f for Territory, con- Any orders to 'their address Rone, Georgia, \will I
Register Treasury's -chief clerk, I to get up an resistance to 'the Neapolitan my exchange mn-" love of / meet prompt attention. ,.
whig; so held for last 2:)years. explosion took place. There was a full cargo Government, but it is doubtful whether it would spurn them.,' Dr.V.. J' I.KGnadian., SAMUEL GRISWOLD.

Treasurer'l office-chiefclerk, whig ; so and thirty.five persons in all on.board.- will be smiccesfiil.Intelligence over and) made reflections on upwards P. DUVAL.. Clinton, )Jay2,,19r!. 21 J-Sw

held for last 11 years. The following is a statement of the conditionof ha? been received that the Aus. 000-books before he was eight years ; --- .

Solicitor's office-chiefclerk, whig. each individual, three days after the accident trians vei e repulsed on the 7th May in an as. in the Universit' Bishop Stock's THE W.KUlL.HOTEL: '

Commissioner of General Land office- : fault on Venice, and theeneliari accounts ofilie book ofJoh was. written during AT NEWPORT SPRINGS, FLA. .

chief clerk, democrat ; but held by a whig for II. W. Vanveghten, Caplaiiono) rib broke say that their troops! made a sortie, and took weeks Ifhi.4 xvife's last ines! He t J "HIS HOTEL has been completed and

25 years up to 1810. -doing well. 800 prisoners, but this needs confrmation.AtTnu.There the last line as her body was being Mn I ; now ot resort presents for to the the approaching public a desirable season. .

Recorder of General land office-chft-f E. W. Starr, Clerk, uninjured. have nlreal. naa ( the gra'e.PnAnR. It i U not deemed necessary to speak of the d,anfa<; ,

clerk, wins ; held for the or 5 years. T. P. Larus, 2tl Clerk, uninjured. into Wallachia, en rout to Hungary, fo the : derived from the waters and bathing! by those who
Indian Bureau-.chicfclerk, democrat. Chailes Markham! .Mate, uninjured. assistance of the Austrian.1: l'JO,000! Russians, rOi SLKF.P.-In a heautif'il C. H. DrPOXT, have frequented the Spiinqs. The tirtnes of the

Pension office-chief clerk, democrat, since Win. MuhafTuy, 1st Engineer, scalded-doing oC,which 25,000 are Cavalry, with 350 piecesof po!ed by Sir Thomas Crown,3!a half alit 1 T. STOCK TON. water are well khown,and require nb adulation./
night to Ihe world,are t he-c striking lines : the first week in In addition fo the former attractions,an Ice Homo I
well. : I I'I
184S, when the f former whig incumbent rJ' Gen. Bern is well to will be welt tillt'dilh this! desirable article, and a.3nnt 'f
If'ln'd i is death O
died. Simon I Hudson, Assistant Engineer them Sleep : make mt I try Uarderl Stables! ,
badly give a warm reception( in By sleeping what it is to die near by. ew art being erected -
Engineer's Iepirtment-chiefclerlc scalded dead. and work be looked ll before ; ,and Twitois will receive every attention calculated > '
/ whig. sanguinary may r And as I lay my headOn
En ineer's Chas. Fields, Assistant Engineer, the i ia INtly to make their stay at theSprinz. pleasant-
Topographical Department- sightly war over. my \my htd.lowt ti .
Newport,May IOIS! I! CO-OnAdministrator's
chief cleik, vhig.Ordinance a scalded. r I rest, rrpat God, Jet me : article will
John 1st Pilot From the (Deal _1rglA.CA.I \vke a 3iuat'\alwilh! thee; l in the cour"e
chiefclerk uninjured. Sale.
Department- whig. }
(1) And I thus aslrl.d. behold I lie the article will
Subsistence Department-chiefclerk, whi g. Lewis (colored) 2d Pilot, uninjured. G ix.--Sonic twenty miles below Stcurel-or to wake or die. Drag Store of E. AS administrator of Edward H. Wilder, late of ,

Pay 1)epartrnent-chief clerk, whig for \%'m. Townsend, Assistant, uninjured. Ocala, the land for a considerable distance These ire my drowsy, days ; in vainI at Ihe Rail Gadsden; county, deceased, I will sell befi-re the I

the last 2;yea IP. %?nJ. Magner, Watchman, badly scaldeddead. has been gradually sinking for a length of do \wake to nlcep a;ain. no ease t lit Tp Court House dtor in the Town of Quincy on Monday I

Medical hc'parllent-chid) : time ; in places, the tops of I iho tall pines have 0 core that( hour, when I shal \ -wishing ar- the t5th day ot June next, the undivided interest I
whig. but The of said Wilder jalheJollowinrl'ate"ate.'owir
Sleep again, wake de :
Commanding General's office-chiefclerk! Thos. DcDonald, 1st Ste ward, uninjured. entirely disappeared, and] crystal stream now i lb. Tickets price lor TheSE 4 of Section 3, T 2. R 3. N & W: the E ,i I .

whig. Warren Griffin, (colojedd) Steward, un. flow where once the re man's knife glitteredin !! i oftheNE1otSectionSTIi3N&Wthe i S
the beams and the startled buck WILMINGTON, N. C., MAY !)I.- ; E I W4ofSectioriS.T2R3N&WtheSi of ,I.p
Adjutant General's cffice-chief clerk, injured. mornings ; at Barnard'sj; .
democrat. Wm. Wadswoith/ 1st Cook, uninjured. bounded in fear at the crack of his rifle. TIl tine, r.-Yellow Dip. 81 90 to 81 1 f I 4 Ibs. Ice.. SF..ofSectior1T2R3N & W; and Lot oha \
for parties, hundred and nine ((109) in the TO\Tn bf tjuincy. J :
Quartermaster General's office-chiefclerk Win. Carlisle, 2< Cook, uninjured. water has usurped the land ; the prancing barrel of U-0() pounds ; Virgin Dip, 8 to Mr. Nash. at Said undivided interest arnonntin to the one-sixth I'

democrat. Aleck, boy longing to Thos. McDonald, barb moves off for the light canoe ; the stale' S'-i: 5;; Hard, 05 cents ; PitchSI it will; b cal I part of said real estate, which issoldby! crder of 'the

Bureau of Yards and !Docks chief clerk, baldly scalded-dead.- I ly oal humbles to aqueous H'crelionl, and the 923)c I poV whig. Jake, belonging to Mr. Austin, killed. game scel other COI\'crf to make room ,where it can ceased. J. M.W.-DA"t"IDSOSAdmr. "
Shaker Fluid of
May 19, 1839. 20
Extt'fr applying to Mr. .
Bureau of Ordinance and Hydrography Richmond, boy belong Mr. Austin,slight. for their tinny victor But this is a Florida This i is the imnt t ellicacious preparation ,

chief cleik/ "hig.Bureau I ly scalded. peculiarly and is duly illustrated in some one eases of lleadjrhe. Sleeplessness: all I I t 22 Notice. ,

of Construction-.chiefclerk, demo- Brown, boy belonging to Mr. .\ustintght. or other part: of ,the peninsula. The country I Irratability.-it-" :\nod\tie qualities] ant after date I wilt make application to =t

crat. scalded. is continually sinking ; no elevations are formed arid refreshing Sleep,-and i. therefore of ; Sale. SIX'Cpk. Jude of Probate for Madison Connfy. .

Bureau of Provisions and Clothing-chief Buster, boy/ belonging to :1 r. Wisholm, save I)the depression of:stretch of land: ; i o sable Nrtvou4 value affection-to aged Icuon", or hose I before the Court lor letters Administration on the Estate/ ol' Johri :..
annals i Tallahassee! on J. Boyce, deceased. JOHN C. McGEHEE.Miv ;
clerk, whig. slightly bCalleI.Albert our no earthquakes ; no agitations The lollowing letter dwrveiespecial .. : 1 NI-GIW SLAVES 2.*. 1S.!. 21-6wA }

Bureau of! Medicine and Surgery-chief/ boy belonging to l Reed Gray, slight. ( of nature to create a mountain, or even a [From Parker Cleavelnnd, LL. D., : ( W. W. Tailor,

clerk, whig. I ly scalded. simple hillock. The subterranean conduits, ChemistryMateria Medica,)!lincral( Y, boy aged about FEW HUNDRED BUSHELS CORN. :
Thus it will be seen that out of thirty.three Moses, boy belonging to :Ir. Freeman, injured with their swift and ceaseless currents are ev.r J and Natural Philosophy, L'runswick Cole Terms, Cash For Sale byR.B.&D.W.POST._ tf

Chief Cleikfchins in the Departments in Wash -doing well.! wearing away the soil, and/ the crusty stir- firunwickAug. &lh, l ) HAYWABD Administrator., May 10. lS4' 20 .. 1 1

ton \\ Barney, boy belonging to Mr. Ranklin, un face, unable to strain its forest burden,plunges Me "rs. f.w. Urinley &Co.- 4Notice.
jJ ,twenty-one are 'isig!, and only twelve I have till the present time (found Iri ----- .
of almost \\th the mass to unknown depths and abysses Academy. t
Iemocntts-u portion two to one hurt.Lun devote alfntiol li> the Fluid Extract
5 Against ) Democracy-This, too, it should boy belonging to Jesse Crowd!, tinhurt. below. lerian any a bottle \\ you were kind MonJav, June CHARLES E. DYKE afJt., b. PAPY are my : ,

I be borne in mild, was the condition( of thingsat Among the recent underground, ) changes send me a few weeks since. I have now ? 1 the beginning Agents and Attorneys duringmy

the close of Mr. Polk's administrationannduiinjstrat Alfred Sap, free boy, supposed to be ,t hich have: taken place besides the one wehave tinted it to satisfy me, that. it contains the from the time ft absence Irom the State. i
: medicinal principle "f Vallrian in a no material in "May l 10, ISJ'J. 20 SAAL S. SIBLEY "
drowned. above a most extraordinary
ion which came into power, (unlike lter novelty .simple and Contenll i ated state, than( (IY / 1 by the late tire
: the pH'sent, ,) without any pledges against Xelson, boy belonging to Mr. McGechce, presented itself in the neighborhoodof aration of this root with which I am to increase.: The Furniture for Sale. .

,proscription' upon its lips. supposed to bu drowned. Santa Ftt'. From a cavern there issued 'I From the great' success which has attended I destroyed: VARIETY of Household! Kitchen Furniture

White boy named Claik drowned. a body of water, which foil into another. think the public may rely upon it ai a vcr i important addi. A i is offered at private sale.at reasonablepri- '
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hundred distant the I tile medicine in all Nervous Aflction-', and faithful' Enquire at the residence of Col. S. S. Sibl
Novel Scheme of Abolition. John Moore, Liverpool, legs broken and some yards ; velocity of: SU-epIo-ssness me that i departments, ces. Y.
Idmit I'add May H>, IS W. 20Horses
otherwise injured. stream was so great that an enteprising indi. 1 I (portant'hat the should their part toen- vii :
.\ writer in the Louisville' Chronicle man'lfclurt
proposes Jane Wilson, (colored,) chambermaid vidual ventured to construct a mill upon Ihe prepare the lAtrart: tht same care as committed to I for Saie.k '*

an Abolition scheme, which has more slightly hurt. premises. I He I had scarcely completed: i, and With much respect yours.&c". l \alhinl.&r.,may'' THREE! good Horses for sale.! Also, a '

to recommend it than any other with which/ wearc I'ASsSKXCEKS.. : commenced operation, when I the water erased I I 1. CLEVELAND, I catalogue! $1 ,which h. BjrouchSnlkeyWood" Wagon..c. Enquire : '

acquainted. lie calls it the Ohio River Capt. John A. Morton, uninjured. running entirely ; hullo the next day found ?- EDWARD BRINLEY &CO- Sole : of A. FISHER..
I Hutton I of aad1 South side Fanuil Hall, May HI, 1319. 20 .
Mr. do. a current unpardleld velocity rushing from 1 los : o SEW.\RT,
Plan. has beendiscovered the South
I by Two other passengers, do. the cave into which i formerly had emptied LEWIS: & : Prncipal. Sale 1st in
Sole Agents for Monday Jilly.
to Ler cost, that the in the C tilu. --
provision (! Two negro women-saved. and into that fiom whence it originally came.
Guardian's Sale.WILL
lion of the United States, and the legislation Two bodies were found on Wednesdayone We are unapprized whether our enterjtrizing ---::-- "---- .

Congress in : thereof for the de. that of the lad Clark, and the other a negro fi iend t twisted his mill round to suit the change, OBITUARY.We GEORG\ be sold on the first Monday in July at the I
pursuance of Mr& Theus in Lebn. ,thu ,
i this method, of county
] attached to the boat as one of the crew, or gave up the speculation at once. received the painful intelligence by last following tract of land -
it'eryuf1aves escaping fiom the Southern to f : the Hotelat this : ;
letter from friend H.
cur '
the Northern have dead leaving only one missing. John Moore, the What will attract the attention and delight If fai. daih a ot Cn L [ wil be ready i The W j of the 3 Vi 4, and 13 acre* of the N endoftheE.oftheSW4Section29T2R2N&E
States become let.
a person who had both legs broken, died on of those whom curiosity may induce to visit jreathed his last at !! C1J\HLF.oro. I i day of Juilf

ter. _\Kentucky slave has only to cross (he Thursday night, making the total number of the Land of Flo\trl," are the numerous last Monday evening.lis was Scot J "been thorough, 01 There Tallahas are eecontaining about fiiteeu acres 03 aCres on, the more above or less.tract

Ohio Hirer, when he/ is welcomed on the Nor- deaths eight. The balance of those that were sinks interspersed throughout the pine barrens. and :nati/eof North Carolina. The and ion"pleasure.pr vi- cleared and under cultivation balance is wood.

injured we understand, are doing Thesespots.am( iho joy of Ihe traveller; here terminated his existence, was enlargement ) land. .
them bank, with open arms, IJ those whose wcl.w heart and for some months past his will run from "
) e are requested to return of be can quench his parched thirst from the btcn intense! though borne by him suferin a connecting( i Terms nf Safe./ -Notes with approved security ':
them be the I
onduc proves to more enemyof payable 1st January, Ih51, and 1st January, 1552. J1
the officers of the boat to the citizens of Apalachicola cool pellucid spring and repose his weary seldom equalled. Montgomery .

the master than the friend of the servant : for their prompt assistance, und limbs among the most delicious flowers, and in It will he some consolation( to his arid the> affording Titles bearing made Interest' to purchaser at 6 per cent.when from the last Jan.payment 1, 1.SO.-i I. }' .

if pursued, he is concealed, his wants supplied, sympathy for the injured. the most inviting and umbrageous groves.- know that he was attended by skilful and Springs .i made.Mav. WILLIAM ALDERMAN.2U -, 'f
and his lust mninents were !
i .i
and then he i is shoved on through Ohio, into Caves, sink springs ; all that is rare in the physiciaf1.presence ot warm.and devoted friends! \ : been provided 19, IS49. I' J I

Canada. These Fame men who bid the slave By Telegraph Chaileston Mercury,nf4th int. save the mineral, abounds in dered him every attention/ in their power Holel BESTWICK .:
of the GEO. H. K I i.
Arrival of the Niagara. this sunny clime ; a field wonderful con. Ihl\1 he died far from the home of his spur .

(;0 speed when lunning from his ma lrr'OJI The/ intelligence! by the Niagara reachedSt. temptation, with no region on earth its equal ; hose:) was who wet will with never the cease pure to tears revere of his fritnd i t forth from the J 10 city eal-of Wholesale & Retail Grocery & Proiijtan Dealer: ,; i

\\ however, were that master to attempt) John's on Thursday last,.but by accidents and when the geologist, the naturalist, the We werefchoivn a letter from the ,per minute. TALLAhASSEE FLORIDA. : .

to liberate his slave by sending him to Ohio, to the. line beyond Boston and mismanage student, have explored) its hidden recesses, ten some three weeks since to a friend i: / > 'cure of. many KEEPS constantly on hand, and for sale.at.t, t lha f I .

meet him at lie River's edge with! the philanthropic mentoftho operators this side, we receivedno and brought light their stores of knowledge, t y, in which he predicted his speedy t L. cash prices, for cashall the articles in .
how the and how rusted that ht had made pea"e with his MUSTIAN. t this/ line"f business. Flouw of best qualities,Sugar; ,
acquisition .
law of the State which prohibit ;he despatches until a late hour last evening, great wic was prepared Jo join that innumerable Cotlee, Tea..Dacon Hams,Soap,Candles,Nuts,Ral
and then in such a confuted and mutilated oft and apt quotation, .0, wonderous are have passed trjm this word of pain and sins, Lard Whiskey and all other articles! osually
admission; of Free within her borders. .
negroes form as scarcely to be intelligible For the thy works!, 0 Lord the realm tternal ,@. found in similar establishments. All persons wanting
Tbc Anti-slavery men arc delighted when Cotton market indebted to Did our timi ptrmit,we should enter: i issued from to purchase any of the abe articles! are respectfully : .
quotations we are Hydropathy.-Last summer, says tho New ended obituiry notice, setting lorth fully : Court for the invited to call and price then* before baying .
they can deprive the masters of the service of the of a gentleman who receh'Eel.it of the and noble dead elsewhere. _
lcndncS York Evening Post, a girl on Long Island, at. and charactef worthy it of Forida. and I
his slaves, but huu vagabond Free negroes frm correspondent in New York, and its tacked with fever and ague, after being two vt. are prevented from doing so,\*e hope Cook i io Store formerly, occupied by L. &i H. Greenberg .k_ .. t
& Co.,corner of Monroe and Jefferson ; .
be relied on. friend, morocompetent to I the task than i levied upon streets. : f4 '
as they would a of lepers. correctness may three times cured, as it was called, 12, 19W. -< .
Tht or quinine May 19.
company by ill article for this which door -
Tho Niagara left on the 19th of Mar, and prepare paper Court-louse -_______ I'I'r. .
I black, in their 03es, looses all-comeliness and impatiet.t: ( at the obstinate recurrence of justice to hi memory. Monday in July F
her advices arc consequently om week later. the disorder, ran in the height/ of the f fever Col. Fislt-r has been known aj a \ described Just Received, i;;

beauty when he ceases to be a slave, or aI' LI\nrooL May 19. and jumped/ into a mill pond with her clothes zen of the Old North State for many years, PER SCHR. TALLAHASSEE, a lar e ind fresh i -,

runaway slave" and is transformed into a The for Cotton are unchanged she out cured the disorder been ah a."legardt as one among her most Jef Dick, Fields PP1V ot sugar-cured Ham, plain Hams, Rice4oijr '
quotations on, ; never citizens.
41 : Vili Bacon Sides,Lards .c. .All fir which will ba
free rs >gr( [Uplands and Jobit 4g ; Orleans, 4$.)- returned. An Ohio practitioner of the some time in the Congress of the Unite ( said defendant sold at the very lowest rates for cash only. '

NowtLii Abolition scheme, which we are Tho sales of amount to 39,000 name of Cook, adopts a similar practice-our was considered: one of't he most artivt ( of Fieri (Facias. GEO. H. BESTWICfci
if, not one of the most talented men in that ". Sheriff. Corner Monroe and Jefferson
that with the street
learned it
bales. readers
half are aware
inclined? believe would be found in its 0
to His character' through life was above R. F. JONES. Mav 12, 1S49. 19
The general from the Manufacturing called} hydropathy. 'I'hin editor of the La Fay
report he has to the tomb universally .
operation to be a great a lucus a non an gone _ 1.1111.Copartneishlp
mislomr districts is that Good.and Yarns .sent abroad ette Daily Journal thus describes the method was a man of liberal and noble impulses, Notice.

lucendo, a perfect antidote to abolition, Iro. yield little or no profit. in his own case : atwys rrsdy with an honest heart and open Circuit I taken info Copartnership with toe,

tides that blacks ball be held to perpetual I nice, Carolina, 15.0 n 17.0. Beef more lie literally dragged me from my bed, then rflifve the through distresses life.of Peace the unfortunate to 'LU in the Cir HAVING t. S H. HODGK1SS, Esq t&e business
on I
slavery in Kentucky but Income free by crosing inquired after, hut prices: have not advanced. forced me under a showerbath, while the chill [Eattern Clanon, (pI8.iwppi,)..[ > for Waktilta will be in future be conducted. under the name firm
and style of W. VT. CROOM & U-f' be
Co. shall
, the Ohio Riv r. The writer contends Hie Pork market is quiet with a limited de was full on me, my lips, nose, and lingers pur. -'-- -- -: ) on Bill filed. glad to receite the continued patronage olottr for. .
mand. Butter and Cheese dull and teeth challering.'and whole .
that are pri. plo ; my my convulsed $500 Reward. customers. '
this law once in operation, the refugee is in terrible evidence of the of the Court that
ccs have fa1en. There nothing doing body giving se. REWARD of Five Hundred [ tV. W. CROOMi.THOS. .
Dolar. but not in the
from slavery could bo frightened no longer American Turpentine. For cued provisionsgenerally vere nature of the malady. Thero he held A paid for the arrest of DANIEL. i h therefore de H. HOLT.KISS.

o Into Canida by fear of the pursuit of his mas. the prices are lower and receding me, changing my positions under the drip for and i man n.me MEADO\S.lhe said defendants Quincy May S.1849. 19 4Sent..J

ter. He would choose to remain in the enjoyrneat There is no change in Tobacco. more than a minute-and the child was gone. the rion County last week.on The. condition Madison of Ihe '. bill on I. Great Bargains-Real Estate.
material amendment in second and that I same will be
of the more salubrious climate of There has been no It was the congestive type ward is that the parties be at Urge at the decreed ac. TWILL sell my plantation, 640 .C'ru. one mile-
Ohio. commercial affairs. Money still. continues had had in the space of five hours. Next, he this writing. D. L. CLINCH this order J. North of Tallihassee, finely watered more ,iharr

plentiful. At London on the 49th, Consols for put me under warm blankets. slept for over JOHN !printed b one half standing in timbef.rieh hatnm<,ck,ar $8 00
But the writer the fever be II. R. SADLKK.Rurlrson t h pc'r acre., Also iny house and lot* in Tallahassee
say)1 suppose Ohio de. opened at 90J and steadily advancedto : an hour. Finding to consuming: !successively) ; .
murk, and declare that the slaves! of money of bed and forced is about 30 years of age, :ft. { ., Judge. for $1,500"r Tertns Onfc third Casb.the balance in
? ) 91 At Paris the French 3 per cent me- he again me out ,
wall Kentucky f. pulled ches in height, a spare made man,light t\"t eq al annual inflalfattB fiom I 1st Jannarfv ,
IA not come intq Ier territories; closed on Wednesday, the ICth, at 59-60, and mo'a second under tho bath. In less light hair and eyes, eyes small and sharp/ i _l r, 'J &50. JOHN P. DvV At.- I

"iust keep them oufBy the law proposed R.per cents, 88-80. Icnnsyh'ata .tocki I is than fire minutes, all traces of tho fever bud _Jacksonville, JUD 6,1$19. (.funs ) I -- IkIA/f.r.'ay! / 5', lSJ:* ISftdvancng I 5

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Dissolution. D
&c. .
tAt 'LI().\ KXTJIA. ,
heretofore exisliong between
A m*. kjr tU; nim*of Cl_*rr has tnfnfft ".lib. r01U'1 15 BAGS RIO COFFEE 'TilE copartnership Berwick.under the name ,
**. of the S do. St. Domingo do.
P To IIIId net hit name to pal and style of S. S. Knight & Co., is this day di "!- T.ILUUL1SSEE, ELi
'f b $* *" ,. which lb> c.:I l>r. TO"". nd'l an effectual rertedy for the following! painful 5 do. While Java do. and in the hands of S.
Nfapla ARE ved. The looks paper are REFER TO
2 do. Brown do. do.
it O Onr'nal.' Thii diet refin viz Amen- Lnsinesswith
tl'l"I.t"C "CIXT. el DWld ff maleccrn'plaint', : unsettled
S. Knight. All having
2 f bl.. crushed persons Messrs. H. BOND. J. W. ARGTLE, D. WILSON
BO doctor. &nd nePer ""I; hoi WM furmrrlr w.rkrr. Sugar ,
rhcra obstructed menntaIJon! D"smeDonb for set
I 0 1 ,or early day
the firm will please call at an
3 Coxes Loaf do. F..11. FLAGG T. J. HOPSO.N and J. T. ARCHER.
'Mdl.Cla..n the tika. Yet h .nmrt the tilir Pr.. f<* or painful and imperfect menstruation, Attended ,

tbe |Hiri.iM off.imnr rrrd\l\ (..m bat tie ii nnt. T hif tn c*uljo with sick head-ache, sometimes I'rofuie for a considerable Gwhen Butter, Box, and Pine Apr-le Chre, 'nrp: tlement.Tallahassee. 2-1le-I :). March 10, 1549. 10 PIn PROCLAMATION BY WILLIAM D.

the ,abe r.t be and purehatc Done but the I Chlorosis i pericr Family Flour, Cider and White Wine Vinegar Arril MOSELEY
fe."P. 'lime and then entirely .tJpprNl' So S. KNIGhT[ Governor of '
n".'-CI.'T Oa.ao1.fI. OI.H I. Jwb 1'ni..nda K n4p or green-sickness, LenccorrhiM) or hltt's-sooh! Codfish, herring Chocolate, Candies, Sauci-s, GEO. H. BESTWICK.! Chancery.

,la. Inrinf .. I the Old U,'.. liVrnrti. hX'Cuiilj'$ coat 0 and eases the lurnoflije-Suppression of the lochia Pickles, Almond, Fies, Table Salt, &c. &c. MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF Fl.ORlD.IS GADS- WHEREAS, it having been made known to a*.

.'and b>* lfni ture IrIS tb ctmt or Kn, during confinement, Spittingo| blood. or bleedir of Received per brig Suwannee. and for sal- bv ApriI2Sll9.1 I 11.Administrator's DEN CIRCUIT coma was recently committed in th*

?racpaI (&t JOi.".,... '|.."r. )'.,* Q ,. I the gums. Convulsions Epileptic fits, Lownesaofepiiils McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Notice. The Branch of the Bank of the) F County. WOOD of Jarkson in fbi Sfal ,b, one BENJAVt v
March 10 15W. 10 upon the body (
Newport o JoVdon
Elijah B
Debility and Nervousness, Costircnes1 Barrenness State of Alabama
a d
I shall accounts that the
months afterdate present my said Wocd hat fled firm
--- --- --- ---
... -and other disea .s that are too te- SIX justice.
: many MEDlCAIOTICI: vouchers and apply to the lion. Jude of r* I Now THrREroRr, I, WILLIAM D.
; diou to mention that are generallycaueed by an obstruction Benjamin C. We-jf.Sheriffof ntT
Probate for Gad den County for a final settlement Governor of the State of Florida
or want of tone in the female genital or- den and Bill foreclose by virtue ef th:
) County er-qfficio admr. to
.. ; t Dr. Charles T. DarbyTE.crECTFULLYanncumesfo and di'charze Irom the adminisration: of the estate authority m me vested by the hw of laid State
the Estate of James ,da
Black dec. and also settlement and on InnerarMorlgage. offer
gans.Tber o Archibald ; hereby two hundred dollars
promote all the secretions and excretions in the public in !rn- the dower allotted ity dec'd, John F. Innerarity. [ reward for lLe 1)1trehentiool -
r Administrator -
final discharge f.n ( said
as Wood
t the female orpanism; they cC-IUJtly remove all 1\ eral that he has permanently located hirnsrll in William P. Innerarity. Santiago and his safe delivery to tie \
." t arid set apart to Margaret Black, dec., as widow Sheriff the said .
co of
J. Jackson.
., : obstruction from lemileconsti' .ution, un1es complicated Monticillo, Florida, and will be fnund at all I li iJWiI, said C Innerarily, Lewis W. Minor and nty
: Black dec. late of ountv.F
fsaidrchibaid Mem. Said1
/t" f '.: '.. with some other d ->eaw, and then greatly unless professionally enuf<. Strict attention will o Heloise Minor, Defendants. J Benjamin F. Wood i n a man of Jark
:. S. SlJEP.\RD .\dmr. about
1 ,. ivlieicsit. Gradually introduced into the stern, be paid to all proJessional: rails. complexion, 5 feet 10 inches, quite slender I
a ; "' it April 7th, 1S19. 14 T BEING MADETO APPEAR by affidavit filed slow spoken.snd bal a quiet inoffensive '
utt'ru.a'nd ,
t they restore a healthy action in the its May i. 15.1:1. IS I 3Fpearancs
,; = in this that John F.
; -- -- ----- cause, Innerarify resides beyond He formerly resided about Claiborne in
appendages. Thecreat advantage and superiority of Alatana.1ft .
: Jefferson; Circuit Court. the limits of the of Florida wit in the
to ,
tfi: the Ladies' !Reliei Pills over all other medicines ;is, felMO.N TOWI.E. -31\\0 D. PAP1T. lnt" uhtTtflf, I have hereunto.f
"ff \ I admr. de I IN CHANCERY. State Alabama ; that William P. Innerarity resides [n:\.] hand ard caused the
that w hile t the\ eradicate disease, they inrigorate the William Bailet, ) my great seal ot
of Middle Circuit of Florida wit in
; \t have been cured the ofthee I Iw is of John out the to the State to beaffixi-dthis math
\ body. Many persons by u>o : i non nella-I day of

,' 1.i t pills after an affliction often years. Jn short, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, my, dec., Compo. ale Bill of land for-Rt'lief-Fnr tott aside t the City of Pensacola resides, in the State the of Florida:limits of; that the MavA. D.. 1I9.WILLIAM .
Santiago Innerarity beyond
I th '!.e pills are a perfect regulator of the monthly i',' t D. MOSELEY,
( 'formed a-socutioi for the Practice
i HAVING an Conveyance, &c. State Florida, to wit, in the 1 Island of Cuba ; that By the Governor
evacuations females I 111 Henry and David Governor
of I hey are profuse or irregular Doegett I of Florida.
will attend the several Courts of the
: the Relief Pills them their Lett is W. Minor and Heloise) :Minor reside beyond A. E. MAXWELL, Secretary of State.
they ( ) restore to Barrow Deftt. J
Middle Circuit of Florida. and ihe District Courtof
in the limits ol the Slate of Florida fn wit in the Stale
OLD) DR.) JACOB TOWNSEND, regular period and proper quantity and quality! and i the I*. S at Tallahassee. All business entrustedto IT I appearing to the satisfaction of this Court by of Virainia II is therefore Ordered., That the *& The Sentinel, Florida Whir, Pecsacola Democrat
Tlt ,IttN! '1. IlrL\'IREI' 0FTJIE/ do likewise if they are scant or obstructed. their care will receive prompt ittention. affidavit made in this cau-e that the said defendants said named; defendants! do and answer the bill Pensacola Gazette, and Apalacticola Admti-

Many females are thrown into convulsions or Epileptic czs- Office in the Capitol. reside out of the Slate of Florida, betond the appear ser, will publish one month

Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla. l fitsb* the suppression or obstruction of the I February 17, IS 19. ; j jurisdiction of this Court, but in the'United States : o complaint filed therein, within thp times limited May 19, 1-I. 20 V
said John
them that the
O 4 Or T""ll.nl J i' now nhout 70 }," of rgr. nd hm Ion: I monthly evacuations, (occasioned by cold or some Jt it Ordered, That the said defendants, henry Dog.KPtt to' pectively is to sat- -
tftn known a. tne .ItTHuR and IH..rY1RF1<>t the other ) and remain of and dit I. Innetanty, Lewis W. Minorand, Heloise Minor. Sale of
.. objects pity >tre s and David Barrow do and answer the Florida Lands
( ; : tl 10 1.Vf1. 'UX : Notice. appear
date of
J'\'IXF S.1RS.fl.fl. within the period of four( months from the
H-Mrmiiirllei) .. the remainder of their lives ; these pills cure by removing filed in within four
/ tie t ill Hill of Complaint t this catiM
:i'r. ( fKn\f lar. I' and Lots and
months after date I shall ti the Hon. t the first t publication of this order the said William Yharretin city ofApalachicola.rjlHEApalachicola
> ;
"trh! meant i ha .1 kept .ul of ""rlel. and ihe filet rirtumwribed the cause hich first produced the disease. SIX : months from the date of the publication of this order .
t thcw only "hu bad p'll'llnl worth, and known Many ladies, 'from imprudence or some other cause, e of Probate for the County of JE'f1'rsnn for 1 P. Innerarity within the period of two months ; and I Land Company will
IU It Iid rmcheil the %'. cf,'erth le'i. or the said Bill will he taken for confessedagainst rf yr
.lle. cf ExccIltflr'f t the said Santiago within the of sis\
a't l letters dismi'sion f William II. Innerarity period J.
as sale
t take cold alter rlnfinrmenthicb at the Merchant's
the peiinni "ti.hHd t tll brurd of .tf dlH*"". "uj ..> or during cauies them ; .1 ml it further Ordered, That publication Exchange the Citv rf
trial letth |ir clainid &lurncMfnre unit \\onderfal (he suppression r f the lochia; for Ibat, and all simi-I lathers, late of said county, drrva.ed.SOLOMON l of ,this order be made in some newspaper months, or in default thereof the said bill of complaint I New Yorkon Wedneiday,the llth day of July acm ,

HEALING TOWER.Knq l lat i diseases, the Ladies1 ]Relief Pill- are an effectual MATHERS.. Tallahassee week for the may be taken confessed by the said defena t 12 o'clock and on the following j, about Itt4

,'lnc. w.i> fl/llr. ':,,. that IK b',". by hU ,kill tcM>nce remedy. They are a valuable apuient during confinement Jcfferjcn County, February lii, t..H' C Cm published once space dints: at and after the several periods limited to J lots( in the Cat, of Apalacbicola.as described
and *.|*nrnrr. tieviird a. kriirle ,'b' h would be nf incnlr.iilatalc of four months. t them this order. Providedthat this on the
nJJnn"re in uinnk nd w semi the meant would be fur t or to correct a co>tive habit, sick headache I certify the above to be a true copy from tUe records respectively in j, map of the City. Many cf th*,e Ictsareon the iay
1I1,1..t i l to tir.tif it into uni'ers.1 l Butue, wtira ill ,inrttinwh' iic. They relieve barrenne ; they renew LEWIS & AMES, of Jefferson Circuit order be published once a week for the term of four I I j I and River, and are among the cct desirable lor
vtrtuef ou.d, be know a :and bppreciAled. Thu blue bit comt and invigorate the h1ood.giie tone and activity to DIU.Jns: I't Court.C.. G. FIFE Clerk. months, and at the expiration of the said term of !I j idences,as well as purposes cf business.

Ihe ineani are.Url.l.d; : tins the nen'ou.fitf'm and the mildest the four months, then continuously once i month for J/.io, the Wharves and
OR.4.W .lA'Kqrirr.KTt: rnr.p.in.iTio.v are tt March 31. ISli 13 VThari-nghts belonging To
the and certain aperient tht' harmless DRUGS. :.fF.DICIXtPIT: OIL' I he term of two months, in a newspaper published the front
timifactre4 on lar.1 l mle.; if r&lled f-ir thr.'tifhut most known. } are and Company, in of the City.

toc the aliie'tenclh of Accenrmtinn*n I I j. Toilet' Artieles.\ Perfumery. Ir. \Window Class Court of Probate, within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida. .itsothe unsold Lots or Tracts of Land on St.eorge's .

| your* ti. I I' Towownd't Z .1 it improrp with a pe. &r< have arrived to thea.jeof womanhood, and nlio.Cisittems PAINTKHh' UnUSlll ANt COLOR', MARCH .ilst, A. D. 1510. THOMAS BALTZELL, G Sounder Bay,adjoining the citv. described

Icier cbanrr but for the belter:l/-Jinse, 1I1* prepared tcitm- are too feeble or relaxed to brin? forward the I Apollirrarirs* (.Ia"| R U':.(>, Arc. February 20', .\. D. 1* 19. Judge. o r. a map or survey ot I55i lots made by" R B. Ker.

frintifltt hym tamtiic ma". Tbe hicheit knonledre v' natural evacuations, the Ladies' Relief, Pills are a | r pHEal>o\e constantly on hand and for sale at the STAll OF FI.OnlDA-COL"liTY o>' LEO*. C. II. DuPoliT, Sol. for Compl't. These lots vary in size from 3 to 40 acre* each, andre
Qicin and the h ditrotcnet of the tme all iMienew
t-ftoach.i'rv reqiiikitiim led in ihe tnaoiifxcture art c( tbe Old Dr'tTtieisarMnTulam prompt and efficient rirnedy "and old ladies, who J. lowest market prices. \Villutn G. Ponder, Executor of1 A t true copy : a very desirable building sites cr cultivation.

5""I".lIa. |
II,cnnUo"" nje.licinal r>rot!rfae*. find noine pro|'>trt"iwbtcb much benefit! from an occasional are inert or u'*lo>.. nnd utber which if rrttmrd' in I'reparin March 3 -a
; it t,* q. |1.riwlur.frrmtw.ois mid teid. which I* inIUDOVI ; they will serve to keep up, and as.is>t nature --- ---- r*. f'l i the ) 9-Cm t described on a map or survey made bv R. B. Kfr,

to the fy.iciu Sime nf the profiertirs' of Ssrinparilla n ii: maintaining, a healthy action in the uterine functions MILLER DROKA\V'S .\ Ponder, John Swain, Peter estate of John each lot being 750 feet in le'ngib and 250 feet

%re .o r..(i>. that they cutirch' e"al..nle. .nd tre kn>t in thfircmratwn. for several tears longer. Carleton, (Isaac N. Cook. and Graham, decea- Liverpool Salt. They are eligible for ntwidth.

&ui|.B lore frertti
.c rtleitl*prmrijitti. w>ncli fl>. olf ui ""pur..r. an cihala% and have long been used by the inventor with .LItI_ TALLAHASSEE, n.OBIPA.T'llE I heirs at law of John V Liverpool Salt. For sale hyNewport I St. Vincent's Island, lying opposite the

|"m.under tirat. Ire tbe.vtrv titettuU nuiutl yroptrtiu .t the : t he happiest and tno.t uniteral success ; they' are Grahamdeceased. J JI JOHN DENHAM. I mouth of the river Apalachicola
,._ whirk .,.. In U Ih v me.Attfi I: ctmlccriiers have TrlVEd! It. their I containing an area
.. composedntirelv ot vegetable substai.ces. They uj firr-pn! ; this Court that Collin 3Nt t March 1519.I of ll.MH
made to acres, (
rM.nc"nh.iii..r te tne milt till the cet a ilnrlt rnnred! J Stables, and take this to inform I IT being to appear I excepting 10 acres od! ,) bating *
Iliiuid. w hif h 11 tii'ire f i ti tbe coloring uwtier in the root tbio I I: net favorably, both as a mild aperient and tonic, on opportunity : j Graham; one of the defendants named in the said thrifty crow th ol Live Oak and other trees, aVd
trIm any tbne *!1. 'h.. c.MI then unitn thi insipid' or apid all constitutions m, and without injury to They their friends and the public jrentralU of the Pickled Mullet. much fertile land
any. : petition (it he is still in being,) resides beyond the I suitable the Ihcf Cotton
l ; grew
iHi4. I ,
>) *weeu> fact. Brim thankful the
n wm .lIr IIIOH| and tru-o !: "t-AR- : tor tibeial
it I
:* ; they .
1'.o\P A tln..A' tXl'RAI"'RCP: ." f.ut tuib u not tee. I have: been prepared with treat care, and ate ind.t'dwhat ha\e heretofore received they solicit patronage continuance limits of i Ihe State (if! Florida, but within the limits 50A BARRELS No. I PICKLED MULLET, of Sugar, Tobacco, the Tropical Fruits, and for Garden

rt'U knnwn at irifGENUINE their name implies. Ladies' Relief Pills. Many a I cf the United States: It if tlntfjore Ordtred That t th lir-t l catch, and in fine order. cultivation.

OLD PR JACOB TOWNSEND'SSAItsAPARILLA. I testimonials of their elLcacy could be produced, I of tor f the the same, and pledge I themielvftosparc no pains I I the sid defendant, Ci.llin: Graham, do appear and For )jl1ow by :.I'XAt.'Gltr & ORMOND. Term* of Safe._Ten per cent, in cash, en the day
f accommodation of those ho
,. but a few only will bo given as the public will be \\ ma pntroni eI answer the sai"l'tfili.n within four months from Newport, November 2;, IS-I1?. If 0 sale, and on all purchases not reeding $509, the
Thu i, 110|.Tep.i.d. thHt all the iRtft or the far I I I I them. Their) Stable* are situated on Wa hin:ton
|Itoter.ie1 hotter able their value
| to appreciate alter have balance cash in
; the date of the first publication of this order,otherwise ------ --- -- in 20day thereafter when the dced4
rapkrillar i rr Tr't r iifl ,
> < IM a in
rr\ timing ctnbe act( nr or feroienutinritraiti d anil rein-ted : then e'er> I t'oven them- I.adieithis medicine offered' you I j lj for commit t and convenienrp part tn\\ n, the Complainant's petition may be taken as Tobaccos. will! be delivered. On all purchases over S-TX) 4 >
31MI1LIC i>f nirciiriii uriuf i' .>TIIH, /I III. (.ii.V and inrrnir.aed that tnu may in a great tnt-asure become your ownPh'sieianand I I they cannot be surpassed conc! scd br said defendantProvided, That thi FULL manufactured( Tobaccos credit of one and two tears will be given for one-
.'*111,41: thu a i\ r>'luKn-i,] .1,1 u>nncul' Umny, if I by any Stable in the Southern cooati supply ,just re-
nrtf it'alo-. I thereby relieve! ourselves rf hall of the
.b1e mam'"f order be published once a week for the term of four purchase money, the balance to be
and paid
hemir.z and for sale
prox-rtiri| 1'rrrutrud m in Hat w aj, U ii luade inc those which Not ember IS, 1S1 1". H ceived by
diseases frcin the male the in
of cash
Uiukt |.crful' ayrnt in hip part months in some newspaper published in the County McNAKGHT & ORMOND.i in 2U days after the sale when in cases

Cure of itiiutttierable di!ea<*('. I human: race arc exempt. Each box contains thirty- of LeoD, ar.d State atores-aid. Newport. March 10, Is49. 10 vtherethe purchase is lea than *2000noies will te

Hencn the reiuhin w h"e bf ar 1 '"","udu..It.: on .erv. ,!0e three pills-i'rice $..00 per box. Notice. JAMES P.. BROOME.Jud taken for the credit portion, payable io one andtwo
-- --- -- -- -- ---
lo Wniieu u. favor in by>e rure nun.or wiimtn and ttuldnn. We find it do.ftl Kept for sale by I IF CIX Months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. .e of Probate. WHITE SPRING, years, with interest at ; per cent per annum and

(-IiI'.JII'T/fl.. 1' rJT: "c;.*. *.d i.it'rn cow. : 0. Welch Drugistlban ', Raker county, Ga. O Jude ot t Piobate in and (for the County of Leon, March 01.110. 12-1m contracts exchanged-deeds to be delivered when the

1'1f'.r. and It ;, :.'.v.iTiw. *CHf>rci*i. ru.rst E. Seixas, DrujrzUt, Thtina v'ille, Ga. f for my discharge) from the adrnini-traturship upon I HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA. pavments are completed. On all purchases of 2fs/

cST/,"SltVf'l" ,"IS.) ; II "ail>. nn.t ccr.i.vf'fK aU!l atrm-un. |' ,' fiti utmtpg:" 'rnc.vg frfiui FIM'ri.F.S Hamilton W. Sharpe, Sharje's Store, Lowndesco'intv t Ihe goods, chattels: : and estate <.f\ Thomas Knight, Notice.SIX undersigned respectfully inform Ihe public and upward the deeds will be delivered in 20 day

IAIPCRJTY OK TIlE: ELOOD. Ga. I' d ((:.(-. ROCCRT BtiTLI.Rdm';. Months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. THE they have leased this Sprin% fora term of after the sile, and bonds and mortgages taken for the

It >n>r...a.lsmmIrIuS4a4ienrv* .q all imnptaiDtiarirlrif, from S. Puleston, Dnl :\Jnntic..Uo? Fla. \t.uch 21,1c49. 12-Grn of Probate for the County of Jefleron for year*. The ininerdl properties ol the water are so I credit portics, payable in one and two years, with

Inltfatum.troHi .Vn rd"?" ,,f tli" St.xark. lr..m iine<|ual 1 CmrcOatnq.dlstefmInhI..n '! E.: Karnard, Jr., DmggiM, Tallaha,s-ee, Ha.V. -- -- --- -- latter of dismission as Executor cf Esther Korne- generally known that it i! needless to say anything i interest at 'i per cent. rer annnin.

ofiiiniMj' in thit t It..d. loalplt.'ItiOQ ut'lhe heart. \ Uriosou & Brother Dru iil"JAdi"l'n C. 11..1 Court of Probate--Leon County.In late of said decE't rJ. I The whole of this oni, .
lid fret and hanili-.riild' thi'ltnud,: h..1! nunel over the boHy It gay, County < on that subject- I property is cnmberrd It

likl not iu equa.: in Cold and C.t.pki : and "rtimoir.ekty n Fla. I the matter of thee>tate ) AT CHAMBERS, JOSHUA TAYLOR, Senr., Executor. To tho>ealhicfed with is a part ofcyhe "Forbes' Purchase." beli-ntrinz to

,$lu iieeturatinw,!.. throat and and c etrry ntle othrr(I1aIrI..fm.; |"nru relaxing nrcluro tf that Lowcdes And by tl e inventor Ga. at t the Mineral Springs, : of Lester Crook, deceased. $ April 1 II 1 1 I.4'J.ON March 21. j. J. 12-rm pepsia, and the thousand Rheumati..m&roffU1aDii-I' t the Apalacnicnla Land Company. The tille'is derived -

Cut 10 ftolh.nII.. eLr.-lPnc.l! more roanifekliy: aeen and ae county, the petition of William Ilailey; ecuritv, 'OT1C1- - ;--IS- -1I1--:-ICInIS- to all whom t to, we would respectfully suggest that they try its from the Spanish Government, confirmed by the
UtJc d ttmn I Supreme Court of the United
o" : in all kmrft and Mn-e pra> in that Luke Moore adininiMrjtornt <>;did I I l"q it that I have this day filed in
FEMALE CO\1rL\I "S. may concern therefor issued to the
cures elected by its use that they also will be simi- proprietors by the Cited
\JADJ4Oli COUNTY. estate may' be rcqnired 'to give new !-eeuritv in lieu Clerk's'OfEceof the
tt vnrkl wnnd r"'IIof the ( the Circuit Court for
r in Iator.1bnr! "1ir". FaHttifo i ccmo- I' States. The usual Trustee
tAr U'mt. OkitrurlrJ. Supjirrn-d HI J'c.,.,[ .\',.... lrrrcltrtf Some time about eight years ago I miscarried, of petitioner, lor in default thf-rct t that laid 'oloc.re be j I. ly of Jdr..ISOIIliJdle Circuit of the State of Florida I la Iy benefitedAnd! xresay all who visit this t the purchasers. deed will be given t.at
i<( the nienktrual that in the event that they are not benefited
flffilat, Spring
to rurln{_ll the f..rn&.of and the, ike,. ; ur.d ia ki efieciual which was the second time that I had done O.- i\ 'removed 1 1 om said adminiMration, it appealing to j a petition in behalf ol Andrew J. Moore, in right Maps be had the
Kiiiney after a fair trial, I Ib'r -will be no charge for boar ma at Office of the Company.
Cy rct .'iog tdiftruriiunt, Shortly alter t the last rnisc-uriaze I 'the satisfaction of thi< Court that aid Luke Moore' tit' his wife, Rachel Ann Moore, one of the heirs at II
nod r" II.III."r\ the peneral' 'rs was compelled to The seekers of pleasure will here find a delightful No. 35 Wall street or they will be foiwarded
lent it cite' tone and lUcnflli u> the wbo'e' body and tbucniv l lie out in the woods all night; from the Indians, which I adrninistratoraforebaid f.t t the estate of Lester Cr.ok,, law tf Ebcnezer Fol>om, late of said County, deceased : mail the Ky
all furnii of place to while their time. upon application to subscriber at said ot.ice.
caused me to take cold, which% au-eJ an obstruction resides bejond the limit of the State of Florida, or r !, who died inte!latl', for the partition of the Real away ( Iron whom
('a"1i and (!cbility, i ill the Eas-lern Citcuit cf Florida conceals! himself : The Hotel having been renovated, and the room j may be obtained any further intimation -
or t
and thuijiretenuof, ri-ix-vi of I the monthly cvacution which entirely disappeared property and slaves! of the estate of the said Ebenezer that be 'esired.
H rr'*trutv ol other mimtsdir. mdde comfortable and supplied with new furniture, mat
u ffntt trntnut*. ."r.-.IIlID. St. I'&tata' Jjmce tico"''.r about three ,cars an. Since then I have 10 that notice of aid petition cannot be erred: I I Fol!om, deceased, and that I will apply to the tocive New York, April 27, IN jf>.
tfiirflu F.It. f', ./, ,.. him : II i thtttfote OrJtrcd That Ihe said I we hop generalsati-facticin.
r &r. b11 fcubject to violent attacks of epileptic fits.- upon I Court f>n the Third Monday in June next for the appointment ( <
llclc"Be" the lil
rtc.u-t h ,
Iii "'ilthy action. trones Luke Moore administrator alorc.aid do
as ]
the liiimrb. and Scrn two morfll.s since, J obtained t three boxed of appearand of Commissioners to make partition of J Truetcee.May .
pne* f'uti aigrtiatn. relieve the Ixiwrliifl cit t I enable table be found LEWIs CURTIS
us! to keen us good a as can in ,
"< or fed con"t.i;>...iion nl'itxt'! ii.rlHiimi.ilmn. purifet the ikin I Dr. Tarvin's Ladies' Relief Pills and they have relieved I answer said petition within four monthn'irnn Ihe I said! c-stateaccording to law. Monticello.f March 3, Ihe Smh.Tht' 5. 1S19. IS-Pw
p'I"I\IIII'] the cirmlntinn i.fllt l.nod |ir
ail all ttrirturei o\nt the nml bid h '..nd ihe enk.be' ) |H-rn| ration; relairi I t timlt.d. all.1 Irom experimental knovvledce I would! :j I'I 'petitition may be taken forf'Jneodar.d"flerra! er Solicitor for Peril ioner. stable vsi'Jbe provided with the best provender Blacksmithing.GOOD .
Iij'htic 'NIIIIall filmtructiuni, and that the afford and with attentive
lurirnraiei the entire IIl'n"UI .:..1,". U not thIs then reromuiei.d (them to all my female frielul in afilict ]| 'thereof granted : J'lotided, That a copy ot this or- Much 10,1 1 lI9. Ili3iimNotice. country I ,

The wi'diclue } ou prr-rcilnruily: need t i'm. and I do think from the experience I have haJ,1 j d er be published once a \vtik for four month, in ostlers.Pasenzers. kind substantial, and cheap Blacksrnithirz of
from Tallahassee and Jackwnvillewill done the
Hal ran any of thie 111,14-1 be nil of:. I' T&n.-tndi infer they I are worthy cf all that, i ic rUirne l for I them. some newspaper published in tl e Cit Tallahassee.' j at Shop near mv Stable cc-
rier ariirle Thinunt'. nun'. liquid JAMES K.: I5ROOMK meet with no inconvenience in ;gplin: (rein AUi;a-I'j j cupied Ia-.t tear by Miller &. Brr.fcaw.f .
i I' nut to lie MOLI'O'EHSTREIT.: : cix Months after date I will apply to the Hon
COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S, April II. 1MO. 15 Judge! t.f Probates. to'r to the Spring, as arrangement will be made f Jn''v -". l ll"1*. 3 A. A. Fl'HFR.
hewui. itt one (;IL\ ) FAC1 thai the one u CAPABLE Idoberebycertify that t the above certificate is literally .n --- 'r- _____n I rJ Judgeoul'rubat.forCad"den County 'for l letter": bring them without any delay.

bf IJLTKUlUKATItiV. H.114otnR true from mv own knowledge.GEO. Just Received, dirLioi.ion I (rom I he administration of the estate of Board will be mL trale. S. S. Knight

: SPOILS! E. OVERSTREET. I James H. Gibson, deceased.
while the T LEWIS & AMES' Drug Store fre.h SAM. BUFFINGTON Jr. continue business at hiM old! stand aathere
DOhs tortx*, frrmcntin and tt A a supplyjLi. r R. E. GIBSON Adm'r.March WILL
Utvng Madison: Count, Fla",near Fort I Hamilton il ,
*i>rt* jconunninB II Into fmrrisenmi ; the tour arid liquid eipio New and Valuable Medicines-anion \Ilich I 10. S-I. 11)CmNotice. hopes to wait on such of his friends as hare
du.y. and diinnfiinc utbrr eoiul. Mu 23J, 1sI ,. II 4wlam3m heretofore
t nut this bumble rom are the foll'nvini;: April 7.1919. extended so liberal a patronage, premis
pound be pottuniHii in the *v>um*- Ilkat '
pal cctd tat l that
aIt. ing all shall have
.fa alrrdtif duttiej totlk antVh t r.UMl l U"I"'I"'ill[ but D SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE good articles at rair prices.
iM-id 1 Uo we not nil know that w ben fund About ten and shortly after confinement Notice. April' lS4y. 17
aunrmi in iiir it"mnrbf years ago : HITTERS
months after date I shall to the lion.
QIX apply
what niiKhl f> it j I""dur.! 1 flatoence. h-nrtliurn I took cold which brought month after date I will apply !to the Hon.
tatina. "if tbe teart liver cniiiiaini.! dmrrlxra.. tlykcntery Jlalpl"1 on irregularity obstruction Denned for and it-ill cure, Dupep-ia, Liver Complaint I.J Judire of probate for I the county ol Jeter"onl fre Srx I Notice.

and nrapluia uf the b'und' What u ".rolula but an arid I of the monthly evacuations accompanied I Pile, Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred, I I'i' letters of dismission as administratrix c'e! bonis non 1' of Probate for Leon county, for Letters of
humor in tbe hudy What "',..IU". nil the huinort which with Lenccrrhtea, or Whites from that time Di"rnl"Ion; from the adminiifrdtion of t the estate of month
I ; after
dNcaies ultin stomach impure date I shall
r.nnjon nioptioni.if tb. I'ln, my re" Irom a disordered or -j with the will annexed, of Jeremiah Johnson late of SIX apply to the Hon
.vjild Head. Salt Khc-nrn health declined until I Norbirn T. dec. II. D. BRADFORD.
"ipeiaibilo Cwetlint.. Kner t''' I. and all ulcerati. gradually was brought to avery I ( state of blood. said county, deceased. MAUY S. JOHNSON.JiiTfr Tailor, Judge of Probates for I the County of Gads-
ternal and external 1 It .f"j l low state of health no that I was scarcely able April 14. 1..fJ'! 1 15 den for letters of dismission
a n"lhwIII; ([ under beaten font an DR.) HULL'S WORM I LOZCNGES. n County, April Tib I! 1 Ib3'1. 1 14 ----------- as Executor on the estate -
aUtance' wbicb vmn. and thu rpm.n all the fiuidi ..( t to get about. I took medicines from several 1'hyst* The saf M. most t effectual, and pleasint preparation t: Samuel Strickland,decU late of said
tod county.
> more or ie What rau-4 KheumaiiMii but a iwur or I| clan and found but little relief, until I to"a : Land Tor Sale.
began "- Iron &c. H. H. STRICKLAND
and flu ul. which mnsinunir, itlf between the joints' aDd die before the public, for Ihe eradication of WORM", in Executor.
t\hte. Urltlttnr and inrtam r.; ihr delicate ti.ue upon which, ;'i sume a pale, sickly appearance, and (the least cerC or Adults. FULL assortment of Iron,2 to 7 inches wide .1 R.iRE Clt.l.\'CE! January 27. l-l ) 4
U act$T rw of tiertou> eI.P", 4.f tiou caused neck veins to tlnob and I had A ,
"' iinpunt of the blond cit my a
-mnitrd !I HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, 10 kecs Nails, assorted i/.es, land known a' the "Overstreet Tract," 9
tirculatioin. dtd nearly' all tb.UIQ.fLII "hid' afflicl shortness Ln-alh until THE Wa
s sometime l h..1 Divv-mber GAITHER BURGESS
hunikB nature. I I Will) FRF.VI.NT Consumption and CURl all) races ofColds. r Just received and for sale Itvlc.u.GilT :! north of TaLlahassee, near the Thmna & CD,

Now U it out norrible w mike and Mill, and ia. .ilr/v* worn I I obtained from Dr. Tarvin soma of his Ladies' Relief -I Asthma, Spitting ot Blood Pjin. in the Side. : & ORMOND. ville roail, aJjoininc Gov. Branch's plantation, con- i ,
lo n%e Ibii l Pills and I do Receiving Forwarding &
hereby certify I have found Commission
SOUK1.VG Shortness of Breath; and .ill other I Pulmonary' Com- Newport, March Hi, IM'j.I 10) tainin 7 or sOO ..'s. Will be sold low, and on J
P'EHMKNTLVG. ACID relief from them. than medicine I 1'ave) .
any ev -
-- ----- -- -
COMPOUNDC i Ihint satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For
OJS.. P. TOW.NSKNI: taken and would therefrre
r recommend them lo Flour Potatoes &c.
and t >et h. would fain b.. it vnilr. >t>irid tl.at lId! I>r. Juub females in 1.0- Sugar, futther particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee,

Ifiwntend'i Orut lirrnal 'lruQ' .'a. 11 an IMI1' 'nO. toimilartiituatiousSmUTEp. DR. HULL'S FEVr.R: AND AGIlE PILLS, 1 1fHHLS.. and to half Bbis- superfine Flour, or DANIEL LADD, New Port. -ALSO---
.>f hli inlrnor |we.ara1m..nIemien | :: HODGKS.Idoherebv Well known Safe, Certain and Effectual Cure
ai a ; IU 10 do. Whiskey, Jan. 13, IS- :. 2 tfAttorney Dealers in Western Produce
war the forbjt,that. we 'n1lId den! n an article *.hieb would certify that the abate !tat.-mentznade f or Fever and Ague, Chilli anJ Inlermiltentnd in half BbU. do. --- ,

lad wbirhtbould In..t di unt brine reutmblance down UKin M the f.O'd P.' Towtiwnd'i IIr.aurb.ruhDlltIIla artir/c bv my wife Silkier, is just t and t rue, t this 14th I Dec. } all other Fevers. I't,fee reduced to Strtnty-Jiee f Rbls. Vacuum Process" Sugar : 1": D j b }l ( :1 j M Feb.H. 1SW. 62 Poydras 5'; Street.fim New Orleans.

i adofe.mplainif, and a-atfliIflmiuiqifl, fn>ni A-enu who have void ISIS A. HODGES, J. 1). Crntt per Max. 1 Kens flutter, 1 _

CdMltJLM and pprch: M-r. wbu ban uicd ,. r.aowmend'arKK.MC.Ml.NC Lowndes County, CCOth Di-,1., G. M. The above Medicine*, fresh and genuine, are f.ir 'I Bales Gunny Bags, at Law, For New York.

We sale LEWIS & AMES, Montirello, Jefferson County, Florida.
It underwood keeniiw It U the clt fuU trurt that 2 Boxes Oranges,
H. F. Townwndi article lad Old l>". Jacob 'JowEiend'aAar- Tallaha-S-M-e. Fa. Received pir Tallahassee, and frr sale by JILL! attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle

1".uJla| arc kfam-vide apart and ..jillll,[, dinmUr; that A CARl> For certificate of recommendation, and other in- McNAUGHT & ORMOND. V > Circuit, and d the County Columbia in the
they Ira unl.ke
,s C4Tnasmnn. in ctery particular! havij'tnotcne" amgle tbujj D R. W. J. TARVIN has located for the present f'ormajion: concerning the above Medicineiee tuture I NV\port_ March !tO lS-l. 10 Eastern: Circuit. .

__ _
Ai t l. f. Towntend II no tutmt. and never wai, i i. m. Summer and Fall at the Mineral SprinziontheWilhldcoochce adverti!(ments, and pamphlets! \\hichmaybeob- __ March :31, 1819.1 13

rawthfcn eheiniiit BO an paarniareotitt-knnw.other .. n
what fwnft> can eoutumn the ,pnahc, unfcienulic.bate that unjirulrtiional tlw). are receivinf""11.a I Lonrides uunty, Ga., where he will practice on IS, ISIS. 35 C I.tRK t STIM'llAN are now receiving a Pure Sulphate of Quinine. THE York and St. Marks and Newport, will
fenuine ae enlirie I Chronic di ea"es principally. He has received -- -- '-- -
C nwdicine. rontamiki all the irtuei just small but select assortment of SPRING; AND commence the
t of the : subscribers have on hand two hundred and running at opening of the tall trade,
anieiei' ud
hrh, in jirenariue' it.and which are incapable; uf efaancet :a cJl'li'eliclt'r.t ion of medicineidirect from Savannah. Drugs, Medicines, &c. sl' nnn CLOTHING, together with a few articles THE of and continue throughout the entire
nhl Vender Ibtm the AC KM b of I eiut..iuieaJ of Person afflicted with Etuplite diseases scald ) ounces ol Sulphate Quinine, which they year, viz:
J-Ith. such asDrilN Brig WARCALLA, Joseltn Master
have obtained direct from the manufacturers: ( and ,
But wli.e|.-houd; lri[ ri.(5 (roni one "hnlt."w.nllih h head white tnelliiig, old ulcers, sore I legs, fcc., female EDWARD BARNARD, JR., OCILLA, Trim do.
Int )rap d'JUe, t hey will warrant it to be a superior article. ,
fxmiparativel i>f ni.Yl.cine or d.keaiw. It diseasedropt>v, and other bid chronic afTections
*. .' "Pr"or III '""k mind .re up fven a remiirei.runnin a derenl|ron 't that vhould think: ir received, by the late arrivals, afresh I rashrucrcttcs, 31ar! tiles, &c. We have enlarged our stock of Dru!! and Medicines LUCY. Hosmer, do.
to place themseltes '4
bfactor.iieal How* medicine much" morr, drt.cnud."unportar.t In, u U &hatiheperswia wlm man under his cartwilt be apt proper to be well ntisfic- with it addition to his Mock cf GKNUINEDRUGS Suitable to manufacture, and to be disposed of for by recent arrivals, and are prepared to executerders SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (new,)
; AND MEDICINES of i o lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, WACISSA. Perry do. (new.)
WEA": STOMACHS hi i* treatment. This mineral water has made CASH, and CASH: ONLY, at moderate profits ; and
AND ENrfFRMD SrSTEMS many which are of good quality, lutpjir ( /\,". on the most accommodating term These Brigs are built in the most substantial manner
rtould know would unite their old Incix'sand!
weU the cures'of( J' iaGra\'el Rheumatism cordully customers -
nodical ,
f .c" a'td tie
P'"su'm.1 | Bti. the heat f'pf'pl ,
Ah., on hand a general assortment of tbt follow- We have also expressly for tins trade and
few accounts due commanded
keenner rf strafing and ronpent/atinf tbeir hniilinr I hM assistance that local! and purchase. a yet to us for the are ;
unuet hopf'li by they will
ri*.." eztense" uwedf: or iLe *'"u,' i.. ,e. which nn>et Dr. Tarvin will cure many I i nir, which ale warranted genuine, viz : Tallahassee, March 17, 1MO. 11 year 1St?. They are generally in small amounts, careful and experienced Captains. Freight and passage
bumaa nore. cure afllicted with
II la iMrin.ai bow to ada,* reumr.|, Uj thee diie&M-i-! negroes Hourk's Panecea, Rovtan.l's Improved Tonic Mix- hut if the whole could be paid shortly, it would at the lowest rat en. Agenta
to go
.rre.1 iraad. upon II.e unfortonata. chronic diseanes, by cortr >ct for an interest in (them.
"I1""d bun"'I}. to 1..4'. h.e iD the da-mparirg w, ,pour, balm hiiiiorn Into. to This local ion is remarkably healthy. t'ore, Wistar's Ralsarn of Wild Cherry, Brandrtth's Bagging, Rope, and Salt. f.tr towards liquidatingceitain sums which we owe. CUE, ANDERSON & CO..

f.llore bultl .d "IOOIf' that r.ru.hl'l and bro Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic Camphor LEWIS & AMES. 10 Beater street, New York.
Li-n. and ..h"W May 5,1S4'J.Nature's I : Brig Ocilla and other vessels
per ,
.k! ) .J o\Ct 1111'1 Worm Cough and Dinner Lozenges RECEIVED
hiM hOL-CHT and frUIU the PtJ Ronpland's t ) Bagging, April! -), IS 19. 41 JOHN DENHAM.
QI'p.tun.I$ .4 "elUll t" bring elebratcd Feverand Lucenia Cordial.Thompson's .
I Ague Remedy, 200 coils McNAUGHT &. ORMOND.Newport..

Grand Universal Concentrated own !Remedy for Rowel Complaints, I Ese; Wafer, McMmW Elixir:: of Opium, 600; sacks Rope Liverpool, Salt, for sale hy Thomas Jeff. Heir, .

Itrmoily Sands Sarsaparilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, Newport, Aucust 12 ISIS.
F. Flux: ROOt is a specific for P.loo- JOHN DENHAM. ATTORNEY AND! COUNSELLOR
remedy AT LAW
wHIiia Ihe 'I'H ,
I reach,and I" tIe kmmlrdecof all who need Tyler's ditto, Gordon'; Rillious and Anti.Dyspeptic.
they niay li-arn and lauw, by j-nlul ep' rienft.. it* it that dy Flu, Diarrhiua, Dvseutery, kc. It i is theirnplent Pills, Hl'ck"ilh's Anti-D)speptic Pil s, Pl'Icrll' antpencer's Newport November IS, 1S-1*. IS "TTflLL practice in the Cisc tit Court in each Salt and Rice.

1 rail Kcemle ut I'ouer to Ueal. discovertd.afew, yet the ruo hours't eel lain and safe remedy ever S Pills, and i is Agent for S. ?. TownsendVcelebrated Notice. V V County of the Middle Circ'lit, and in the Supreme I OR sale to arrive in Brig Fiorina,
will be
Sold \\'hole ate and retail by violent case. H lir.t cure thetn'Jst I Sarsaparilla, in quart bott.cs, at $1 1 per Court and United States District Court a 200 Sacks Liverpool Salt
was t discovered and used Months after d.lte.the t undersigned will apply
Tall hssee.
'rUOMP OX. SKILLMAX! & CO., by t the Chuochee Indians for Bowel Complaints with jottle. Also, superior Lemon Strup, prepared from SIX the lion. Judge of Probate 'for Leon County Monticello? 2G small packages Carolina Rice.
eminent bucce-s, and by them the pine Citric or Ieinon Acid, far preUrable for I thick ( : January 29,1S-1S. 2S McNAUGHT & OSMOND.
10' Nassau ktrect, New York. use of thu very for letters of dismission as Administrator of the
at' valuable root was made known to the whites. s or ordinary use (than that usually told, London Newport, January 27, 1549. 4
This Estate of John Smith deceased late of said Medical
And county Notice.
: by LKWIScV, AMKS & &
Porter .C., .C.
"& plant flourishes in the valleys of Western Georgia, PATRICK SMITH!, Administrator.

Agfnii! Taliahaacec. and North Carolina. It i is neatly) put up, ready for: June 10, 1649. 47 March 10, 1St 19. 10-fim H. n.: WIRT, M. n. J. L. CALL, M. D. Florida, Middle Circuit.

April 21. ISJ'j JO-iy limp, i in ounce papers, guflicient to cure several cases, -JKTXA----- ] WIRT te CALL have associated themselvesin IX GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT.
at 50) cents per papcr. CO3irUIYfHARTFORD Help Help Help the practice of Medicine, Surgery, &c., and

Rail Road Notice. For tale by W. Hrinson & Brother, Madison C. If., CONN. subscriber calls his offer their services to the public. Archibald McPhatter. Cuar- )|

Fla. ; E SiexaJ, ThotnasvilleGa., S. Puletoim, Mon. TIlE most respectfully on cus- Office over Drug Store,Monticello Florida. dian of Thomas Wilks, ([ ATTACHMENT rr
: undersigned having lately been appointed(I ., who are in arrears 'lor 1S47 and 4*, t to( Auzust 5 ISlSs. 3 ,. Sum sworn to 110.
ticello Fla., and by I K.: Barnard, Jr., Druggi t.Talla- 'rnF. ly J f
lend helping hand by and by the
a calling paying
0 hassee, Fla. agent in this vicinity, will imire. Buildings John Johnson. j

__________.__&___ Ma) i, ISH) 16-3m and Stocks against loos by fire on too roost fa- 10th of March next, the amounts they respectively y Gunny Cloth and Rope. PilE defendant and all other interested will take

NOTICE: is hereby Riven lo the Stockholders oft vorabla ,with'rms.this Persons Company who can wish do to to renew on their applica insurance owe.lie sincerely 'trusts that this notice will not be disregarded FRESH! supply just received and for sale by JL note of and the commencement and thedeciaration of this suit by attachment filed

t Rail Road Company, that on S. S. KNIGn' ', tion-to R. B. POST. by any, but that all will call,and thus enable McNAUGHT & ORMOND. ia this, caseR.E.GIBSON appear plead

WdneuJay, 271 h day of June next, an eh-clion will Tallahassee April 7lh IS 10. l-tl him to continue his present business. Newport, March 10, IS.19. 10 ,
Wholesale! & of VlrT.
Retail 20
Crorer & May 19 IS 19 Ahy.
I'roTision! Dealer -
be hedat ,theOlTice of the Company in Tallahassee! Those who disregard thin notice, will, after the

lor seven Directors to manage the affairs of aiJ TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. time specified be called on by one duly authorized Confectionery and Bakery. Notice.

a Company for twehe moiitlm 'irom that date. State of Florida.--Monroe Courty. to act in the matter.
KINDON would inform his friends antI L

.1 R. K. CALL, Pres. T. R. Co. KEEPS constantly advance on on cost hand, for,and cash ofler all' for the sale standard at a Smith Mowry ) ,IV6. D. C. WILSON. HENRY generally, that be has on hand, and I SIX months after date the undersigned, adminis l

Tallahassee April 7, lb49. 3u -14 [Sentinel articles in his line. Flours of > BILL IN CHANCERY.: February 10, 1S1. G is constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kinds, de bonis non of the estate of Samuel

_ __ approved qualities Joseph Lawton. ) such Theus, late of! Leon County, deceased, will present
-Sugars, Colleen, Teas, Bacon, hams, Pork, Cottons wanted. as: his accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Court of Pro

Now Opening Snap, Candles Laid, and all similar articles-'together IT appearin to me by afTulavit that Joseph I.a ton I, Long PEPPERMINT LEMON DROPS. bate for Leon County and ask for a final settlement

with Fruits Irish Potatoes, Onions, Nuts, defendant in the bill filed in the above cans, resides Kf\f\ BALES Roller-gir.ed Sea Island Cotton CINNAMON, LEMON: CANDY
and general and discharge from his said administration.
see a axsortnient
0 COME' t ', Dry and Maple (;uo4 of Raisins Figs, Ahnonds, and aU other articles ually out of the Slafe of Florida, and in Europe: fJU\J are wanted for which the full value will WLNTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY, SIMEON THEUS.
found in similar establishments. Jt it Ordered, That said defendant appear and answer I- beirivenbyi. S. F. BURNEY. HOARHOUND ;

Hats and Itonnetti Hoots, Ready Made Clothing, Store next door above G. II. Meginniss', on Mon the said bill within t the time prescribed Ii) law f February 17. 1S-IO. 7 And various others, among them several that are Mavia.1349. 20 _ _
hoe I.
h Crockery (;
s, roe street. otherwise it shall be taken pro confesso. // it fur useful for colds and coughs,and i ilt prepared to manufacture -
Wood IVlUow aud Hard Notice.
S. F. are. April 28,1849. 17 ly tfur Ordered, That a copy of this order be published : Notice.ALL any and all kinds that may be ordered, both
BURNEV. in ichoUfalc and retail. Cl IX months after date the undersigned, one of the
in some newspaper printed the State of Floridaonce persons having claims and demands againsl t

April-7th-, 1849. 14 For Sale.d a month foi nine months. Estate of Waller W. Taylnrdeceasedlale o f lie is also prepared to carry on Baking in all its I 1J administrators ol the estate of Willum S Tbeos,

DR. J. S. BOND JOS. D. LANCASTER, I.eIn County are hereby notified to present hem Lrancbeslom I the plain\ Loaf of Eie ad, to the most ]late of Leon county, d.ceased, will present his accounts

-0 TWO BUGGIES and two HOR Key West.Mrch2"A.D.lS.H Judge .Cir.Fa. to the undersigned properly authenticated, within exquisite Cakes and Pit,. Patties and the public I aod vouchers to the Hon. Court Probate ei

OFFERS hit professional serviceto the citizen .:,cheap. They will be sold tseparalelycrtogether. Tllos. F- KING, Sol. fOE Coml.A ) Ihe time prescribed by law ; and all persons indebted can, -alvrays bo accommodated by giving timely notice Leon County and ask for a final settlement and discharge 1

.! !' and theurI'olindingcouotry. Enquire atthis (true copy from the minutes : to said Estate are requested to make immediate, pay at the Bakery and Confectionary oft Jefferson street I from his said adw'nistr

Office at Col Fisher' HMdM office.Airi1 ., W. C. MALONEY, Clerk;. merit. RICHARD HAYWARD, ,Admt< opposite the Auetion Room of B.. !!. Berry, Erq. ON

v 23,1817. 45 tl ; 29, 1517. 17 AprilH. .- t 15 By R. L, HICK; D. C, _i I : May 5,'1S-1. 19::2m. Tallahassee,Dee. 16, 181'3. 22 Way 1:, 184 2. 20