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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 16, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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BY- MAXWELL HILTON. -I TALLAHASSEE, JA. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1849. T YOLTJME I--;.N 24. 4


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THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNALS I and for no other purpose, and plutl be deemed real as lo the interest of the United State; rules the people without any other platform than would not be President of a party, t but the A LETTIIR TO TiE GIL TiE COUNTRY.
estate, and shall not, be subject the pajment of. and regulations shall be published for four weeks in his from the and trammels President oflhe whole
independence spirit people. ,
rUBLIMIKD: EVERY SATURDAY.T I any assessment o tax whatsocuer, nor subject to execution such newspapers in which the laws of the United We commend the following article front i
of And with in hand I addressed?
} L or attachment for any debt ; and the proceeds Slates are published, as the Secretary of War shall parly.Doubllpfs )'ourerer my the Visitor all female
;8- Saturday to our
H K I of the sale of burial lots in the said cemetery direct. you hare often had described to thousands of my fellow citizens, Pitlsburg : ,

"fUF: DOLLARS per anrtfim, if paid advance.. shall, after deducting the annual expenses of cemetery Sec 4. Jlnd be i fruthr enacted, That in all you the scenes which marked the history bf and, on the security of your unbroken faith, readers. j

Titties AND A HALF, if paid within six months. establishment,be applied solely to the improvement adjudications of Auditor upoh the claims abovementioned this June com'ention-the dismay of the whig stated that yom could not, in any event, becomethe Well, girls, I got such scolding from cite
if until the end extension, ornament, and of the ,whether such judgments be in (aver of or :
FOUR UOLIR not paid orhcJ'ear aid r}', and shall not be preservatson made a source of adverse to the claim, shall be entered in a book provided politicians of thp veritable whig school-the President, much less the creature, of a of your number for writing no letter last week,
adhered
,- These ttl ms discontinued will be rigidly until all to, and arc profit ccmettry to proprietors of lots or members of said by him for that purpose, and under his direction curses, both loud and deep, with which {hey party. Upon }-ou own solemn declaration, that I am afraid to neglect it this time. You

raiJ ro paper, unless will at be the option of the publishers arrearages Sub. comporation.SEC. ; and when such judgments !llal he in favor of breathed your name-the ihree.fold sacrifice I honestly advocated you as the President of know I said I could quilt almost t as fast-as two ,j 4

scribers will he received for three months at One 7. Jlndle it further enacted That any per such claim, the claimant or his representativeshall of whig principles, whig platforms, and Henry the whole people." of you. The reason is, I take care of my '.
1 00. Every older% for the son who shall unlawfully' destroy, mutilate, deface, be ntitled to the amount thereof, upon the! Clay, at ihe feet of I did for the
j)11ar-i ix months at $ or retain tomb, monument,gl a\'e-stone, pH duct icn of a copy t thereof,certified i by said Auditor Zachary Taylor. not a moment indulge thought bands. One-half you are too proud to ,do ; a
paper out of this (county rau>t bp accompanied with or injure other trutue,any placed in the said cemetery, or at the treasury of the United States., Nominated at this convention amid the ruins that you could ever (become the centre of a this. You would not be caught putting a (1

the cash, unless authorized the order cornea in the through State. any of our any fence. railing, or other work, for the protection Sec.. r>. Jln-l le it further enaetid. That in all instances whigism, nominated in the name of the mere party administration. lad' I been told, glove on to sweep, or hoe, <.r weed in the gaN

regularly agents! or ornament of any tomb, monument, grave-etone, where are minor has been or shall be,engaged people, the whig parly did not dare to claim by you, that you w,.uld ever ( the headof den, because you ,think it woud! look as if you i

or other structure aforesaid, or of any cemetery lot in the military service of the United Slates andao.orhal you as a veritable whig, of the true whig an administration made of whig politicians wanted: to (bejffne ladies! If
A n V E R TI S E M r X T S within the litnjts of to the said \ be, provided with a horse or equip up you see any ono
Will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square corporation or of I he theground grounds !hroncinl apart fo the cemetery military accoutrement by his parent stamp until about ,the 5h; of July, IS 19, when I could not, in any case, have advoca. taking care of their hands, or careful to wear .

of twelve lines (for the first, and fifty cent for caehsu'lcplent ; or shall unlawfully destroy, break, or remove, guardian, and has died, or shall die without paying news came to Philadelphia that Hon. Bailie led your claims, nor would you have receivedthe a 'sun-bonnet preserve her complexion you .

i insertion.. A reasonable deductionwill cut or injure any tree, shrub or plant, within the i for said property, and the same has bten,or shall Peyton had, in New Orleans, solemnly en. votes of a hundred democrats in Penn say she is proud and stuck up' But it is you N

be made onl'ga notices: c.t ate not ice*, yearly limits of said cemetery ; or shall shoot or discharge be, 100t t, captured, destroyed or abandoned in the dorsed )'OUS a whig, and placed your feet sylvania. who are proud-loo to think requireany .M: I
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before mentioned said you
notices by persons having or other fire-arm, within the said limits. manner parent or guardian prout .
any
regular accounts a1trdtion.I or at gun any object within the same, shall be deemed shall beallhwed pay Ilrefor. on making satisfactory somewhere amid the ruins of the demolished Now, General, the smoke of the contest has care to look ou have an idea you

All announcements of candidates for ofie. FIVE: guilty of a misdemeanor, and "ha1. upon cnn'icionthfreof proof 3 in other CSl'!, the further proof that whig platform. cleared away. YUI are the President. look well enough at any rate. So you just

.DOLLAR*-invariably in advance. before any justice of t r 'arE or court lie is entitled thereto by having furnished the same. This statement gave inexpressible pain to Elected upon the faith of your solemn pledges, make yourself rough and coarse as ever you
v.-illbc paid to any orderlorannouncementunlcbs of competent jurisdiction wit bin Wa.hington county Sec. G. And le further enacttd. That in all instances thousands of
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your friends in Pennsylvania.- you are the head ofthe can, by of being independent. Your .
where ether than minor has a government. way
accompanied: with the cash. aforesaid, be punched) by a fine of not less than any person a Well
been shall in the service aware that you had not been nominatedas Have you fulfilled these pledges Ask hands as stifTand hard as if held a
notices military
All rpliciou mrri Tf, and obituary pub. five dollars, or mo'e than fiftyaccording to (the nature or beencaged grow you ;
Itshed giatiutouily t ; but editorial. notiro for pri- and aggravation of the ofionce; and such offender aforesaid,and ha been,or shall provided with a the candidate of any party, certain thai you your own heart-call back that ;iron purpose, )luugti, and swung a s ylbe, and when juu

rate benefit, will be charged as advertisements.J shall, also, IIP liable, in an action of trespass to horse or (equipment, or with military accoutrements could not by any chance be elected in the that clear-sonled! integrity, which bore you take a needle you can scarely feel it in your

be brought against 1 him in any court of competent, jurisdiction by any person, owner thereof, who has rUqued, name or on the platform of the whig party, through; carnage of Buena Vista-survey fingers. This is wrong., There aye many
of shall take t the of such horse,
,
O It WORK. in the name of the said corporation pay risque!! equipments friends. .J of the loved the faces of cabinet and the faces of those which do which
all such damages as shall have occasioned or military accoutrements on himself, and the same your speak masses, who your things women ought to require I
We are well prepared to execute Job Work such bp'1 by for yourself and for partisans cabinet who storm the hands be soft and and .
with his unlawful. act or acts; which money, \\IH1 recovered has been, or "hal be, lost captured, destroyedor you your independent position ofyour now your to plaule.
bills, cards blanks, pamphlet!, fee., neat- abandoned in manner before mentioned, such -received the While House for the office. Answerme should be careful .
i and' d IJatch. of this de ciiption, shall be applied by the said corporation, under : statement of Mr. Peyton t spoils they lo keep thlm so, order i:,
nest for Al011 accounts! with direction of the board of managers, to the ownershall be allowed pay I thereforon making sat is- wilh an emotion that was not to Lp mistaken I have a right to ask an answer. You to make them useful. Every woman who

fxcepl the office, must persona be paid for on delivery. reparation injured a and above restoration, and members of the properly of the said destroyedor factory that he proof is (nl,i'led a in thereto other cases by,having and the furnished further proof the or avoided. They ft1 that either M r. Pej ton pledged! your faith to me, an humble citizen, lives in the country should knit herself pair
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corporation ,
shall be! witnesses in such suit ; and if any per same, and having taking taken the risque on him was in error, or Zachary Taylor had fal. and I believed you, and told my ffllow-citizens of gloves, with fingers closed at the tops-not '
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BY AUTHORITY. son chall unlawfully open any tomb or grave in the self.Sec. sified his often-repeated pledges. Under the that you had never broken )your word, and mils to let the fingers get hard. There
lands of the Raid Oak WI Cemetery Company, or 7. Jlnd le il fm't.e enacted That in all cases influence oftliis wide.spread feeling I made coul not forget to.morrow what you pedgcd! should be a piece of ribbed work at the wrist '
where horses condemned) boardof
-- .shall clandestinely remove or attempt to remove, by a bold to write and send the to-day. make them When
iris and RfKolnlionx, passed at the Second Session any body or remains therefrom such peuon,on conviction officer, on account of their nnfilncsss for service i lo you fJlowinlettr. to stay on. you use your .
of the Thirtieth Congress. t thereof any court of competent jurisdiction in consequenc? of the Government failing to supply Its very abruptness of style Was that letter of July 21., which I bore hoe, rake, or broom, put on your gloves-

within the county where the said cemetery)' is forage, all such horet and their equipage shall be the sincerity which impelled its composition : through Pennsylvania, only a cunningly devised when you take hold of a pot or skillet, take I 1 I

situated, hal be entencod to undergo imprisonment allowed and paid for, whenever the facts shall be PHILADELPHIA 5 1819. fable 1 Was it your intention to send cloth to keep your hands from being seared
[No. 57 ] AN ACT declaring Fort CC\'inton. in in penitentiary of thc District of Columbia proven, by legal and sitisfactorv evidence, whether GENERAL Ju1) me forth to the masses ofthe people with a lie and hardened. When wash clothes or / i
the State of New YArk, lo be a port of delivery, at hard labor, for a term not less than one lear, oral or written, that such condtmnt horse and the : Will you ( word from a yoti
and for other purposes. I or more than five, and pay fine of, not less than one equipage was turned) O\'fr a quartermaster of the friend as imperlinent obtrusive ? It is aftera in my mouth ? Touch for your indepen. dishes, uo not have: water so hot as to feel un. .

lie it enaeled by the Senate and House of Ilrpreicntalires hundred dollars, at the discretion of the said court. at my. whether any receipi therefor was given and great deal 1 reluctance tint I am induced to hence of party" in October, in order to find pleasant. Many girls scald their hands until

of the United States of America in Sec 8. Jlnd be it furthtr ftiaetfd, 'I 1 hat lots in produced or not. trouble you again ; but }having faith in you in May at the head of a mere cabal of a they can put them in water almost boiling.Such ( st
the town of Fort Coving- the said shall be indivisible, and the Approved March 3,1849. you '
Congrlsaurmble/ cemetery upon ? Did make of that hands unfit needle :
now, as I have had since I what party you a dupe me, so arc to uss or pin. ,
ton, in the State of New York, thal. shall be a portf death of any proprietor of any lot in the said cemetery ever pledged .
( dei\'ery. and shall be subject same rf uJa.Tioni \ he or she being a member of said cerporation, [No. CO.] AN ACT for Ihereliefof JamesHotchki"3. literary reputation I possess to you in my book I might become your agent in duping and They are not so good to hold a baby or dress .

a. ports delivery in the United States. the devisee of such lot, or the heir-at-law, as the Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Hep- -" THE-LEGENDS OF MEXICO, or Batiks o' swindling my fellow citizens into the tram. wound. Take care of your hands and dd-

Sec 2 .in// be further enacted, That the Sec. case may be, shall entitled to all thcjprivelcgesof resentaticeg of the United States of America inCongress Taylor"-I mak bold to a frank word to mels of the Whig party 7 not forget your faces. I have seen so many S .
retary of the Treasury be authorized to appoint a deputy membership as aforesaid ; and if t there be more than assembled. That James Hotchkiss be, and the general ofthe say, You know that the Whig party of itself or country girls, who at sixteen had complexions
collector to reside at Chesapeake city, in the one devi-ce,or heir-at-law,of each lot the t board of he is here)', authorized to enter at the Chicago people. its issues could have '. like
by
alabaster and their faces
State of Mm, land to grant enrolment? and licensts forthe time being shall designate which Land Ofc( in the State of Illinoisat the minimum This is the case. With thousands of demo. own never accomplished at twenty.six

\'elctls : VrovMrd, That the compensation of the managers. derisecs or heira-at-law shall leprtsenthe ; price, northeast quarter] of section thirty-one, in crats in this State, I depend upon your decla your election. You know that the would look like a runnet-bag that had hungsix

said deputy collector shall be the usual fees of office said lot, and vote in (the meetings of the (orpor.at ;. township thirty-nine north, and range eight tat, of ration "that you would in nocase be the Presi. Whig leaders, fresh from the slaughter of weeks in the chimney-corutr. One reason .

4 and nothing more. ion; which designation hal continue in force un- of the principal meridian : Provided, That said dent of a parthut the President of the Henry Clay-oflhat man who has for twenty. of this is, they do not wear a bonnet to
ROUT C, WINTROP ti by death, temoval, or sufficient cause, an. Hotchkiss, at the time of said entry and purchase, peo. four years sacrificed lo Whigism the: best instinct protect them from the sun. Another reason \
Speaker (the house of Representatives. defi nation shall become necessary ; and in shall satisfy the register and receiver of said pie. On. this ground the democrats of Penn.
G. M. DALLAS tnJdistl which God implanted in his nature- is, the habit, they hate baking their faces
,
making such designation the managers shall as fa ic that there are adverse or other f'Imia.wi: vote for you h hundreds and ;
Vice President of the United Stares, as they conveniently may, give the preference to to tract of land or to any part thereof. tholsa fdg. ) could! never have elevated you to the presiden. before a wood fire. I have seen women j

and President of the Senate.Armovrp males over fcmal, and to proximity of blood, and Approved March 3, 1S49.. But told that tial chair. stand before a great roasting fire, and cook un.
March! 3, 1S4. priority of aae, having due regard,however,to pioxmily we are now you are exclusivelythe You elected Democratic til I their brains well stewed
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candidate be .
JAMES K. 1'OLK. $ of residence.SEC. whig to run as a whig, elected
from the Washington,& Union. These votes were secured to by the force as the chickens an-J would make :
you ; they
and under
be
9. .ind further enacted, That shall a a whig, whig issues.
lNa.59.) AN ACT to incorporate the Oak Hill I be lawful for the said corporation to take i hold) The Appeal of a Taylor Democrat.In Ifthis be the case, the Slate Pennsylvania of your independent position. They were no attempt to shiel their[ heads from ihe heat. '

< in the District of Columbia. I any grant, donation,or bequest\ upon trust, to apply compliance with Mr. Lippard's request, will be lost to Taylor and the not bought with silver, gold! or the hope of Nay, they down in the evening, and

Rlit flJctII'; tIll"Senate and Hoaseof Rrpre- the income thereof the, under the direction of (the board we lay the following communication before I do not believe this lo be the country.I case. Those office, but won lo you by your pledges. bake their faces by the hour ; and this is onE '
of for
lltatiDtllII? Jtled States of.Imrrieain Con- managers, embellishment, preservation, readers. It is bold animated and And] sir will allow ask of the
stir American
our a to
now. you me you reasons why women grow
ii stinllr>/. Lorenzo Tlu>ina<, John Mar- renew"",or repair of lomb monument, gravestone who think with me in this county do not be- rlf
%buiy/rU, senior, '
jr., together with other personi as may become in or around any (cemetery lot, or for the doubt, with its author, that thousands of demo- you answer this with one line ? and with that In what part of your administration are years before their time. But another and lha

proplidt'r-; of lotin i the hereinafter mentioned planting! and cultivation of any trees, shrubs, flowers crats were induced to vote for General Taylor line these Democratic votes represented ? greatest reason is, your diet. People in this ,
the democratic
hundreds and thousands
(. in of his and the office-hunters who live well and hot i
If.et. pledges we Among nowbesiege country too eat too much
; army j
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*. : i:.'It. u-id: heir Mirri-s) ,snr* and a"sijn: I, be, to I the terms of such grant, donat. i.I,or bequest; consequence Pennsylrania wi move in a body for you. :
'jl:11 doubt not that almost all of them .vill abandon the doors of tht' White house how bread and I
meat.
und thfV arc uade liorcbya body politic and crpr- aui .U cowl having equity jurisdiction within the / General do reject this appeal from a Country people usually eat t
ate in law timin I he nine, Mjlc, nnt title (.f "The county in which said cemetery is situated shall have his administration in consequence of his having man who loves for battles, and the many of your democratic supporters can you richer food than those who live in the cities,
Oak) Hill rccwtc'iy' Company," by that lame ull power jurisdiction to,compel the due perormancc violated these pledges. you your in them but loves discover? and that: is a reason why, with all their fresh f

5ie able, and capable in law, to have: and use a common ( of such trust t, or any of them, upon a bill The following letter carries force with it, moral grandeur displayed ; Sir. the truth must be told ; and as I sup air, their average is little ,ban city .
seal 1.t nine and be Micdjoplead t and b.i iinplakd ih-d by the proprietor of any lot in said cemetery for you, frst and last, because you have taken the greater S
because its main is and I will folks. Thousands ofbeautiful .
that statement true. Gen. ported you earnestly sincerely, speak blooming country '
all such other incidentto
< and to co things as are purpose.Sec. position of Washington-not with parties, but J j
could }have been elected withoutthe the truth with most uncourtl.frankness.. girls make sallow-faced of ;
a corporation. 10. .Jlnd l it furthtr matted. That the Talor never in the hearts oflhe people. ol women .
Sec. 2 .',*/ If further enacted, That the said said (:cemetery property shall be, and the same is vote of the Taylor democrats, and he could And for ihe line / still Your election has been fruitful only in discontent themselves are thirty, by drinking f 1
as simply : am
J.lrtllz1 Tii ma., J 01.1 Marbury. senior, Edward ? hereby: declated to be forever inalienable by Ihe n ticver_ __ .have__ obtained_ __ their n__._ votes_ _, without.. .__.. thin' say anJ dissatisfaction. Elected in the hot coffee, eating hot bread and greasy victuals. S
l.iiilliicum, and George POl. jr.:. shall be manager aid corporation, and Yo be exempted from all pub.lic the candidate, not of a party exclusirely ; but
the said cntpnr.it, and .-hal continue lo be assessments and taxes, so 'long as t lie same shall pledges which he gave. \0 call the rcader'atention ** if a candidate at all, the candidate. of the name of the people, you are surrounded by They shorten their lives by these practices

ttntil the fnt Monday' in the year eighteen remain dedicated to the purposes of a (cemeteiy.. particularly to correspondence whole people. advisers chosen not even from the manhood about as much as the city ladies with

hundred ana f fifty two, on which day, and on the Approved March 2, lSJ ID.' which passed between Mr. Lippard and Gen- GEORGE LIPPARD. of ihe whig party, but from its veriest hacks their fashionable follies. I do not know what

amf: day in t\t' f\rMinl\ear therealc'r. there eral Taylor dUI in the campaign. The Geti.eral's and trimmers. These advisers seek to entail you think about it girls, but I think it about is :
hall be a tJr'l meeting; of the proprietors of lots [No. 59] AN ACT to provide for the payment of General, was the whole case plainly
letter Mr. L. has lerf much sin for old and
to been brown
in the said; -a-mctery', \\ ho ate nu-tnbeis of the saidcorporatien. horses and other propcity lost t or destroyed in the frequently a line. You were here told that if upon the country, on a colossal scale! a system women to get S

,of whom I twentj',appearing in person or military .en'irt of the United State published hut Mr. L's. letter to General the was made to elect as a whig of error and misrule such as disgraced the withered faces, by eating too much, as il is .

l h> proxy slnll fi>rin a quorum] to t Itansart. all business Belt enacted tltll" Swat and House of Hepvxentatitci now the first time given to the world.1'Iii .- and attempt issues the State you of Peunsylva. age in the sh'imeless expenditure of the Gi. lor men to get red noses by drinking loo

. ; and atf.uli meeting on that day, in each and nf t-Il; (- Malts of Jmtrica ;1 letter sheds light upon the General's.It .- upon whig rard bequest by the whig corporation of Phila much. Very few people think it a disgracoto
nia would! bo lost to Taylor and tile S
very 'earlhe ;nd proprietors of 1 loIs, each being Congtcss asMinlhd, That any or !,or other certainly
feld. "tf shows why the General wrote }his letter have a billions fever buti I had just as leave
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,-ntiileJ to ne vote, and no more, Miall elect four officer, mounted militia.mJ, (, ranger, country. At that time, with thousands of delphia.
,persons fron among; their own number to bo manager or (cavalry, engaged in the military service of the hoic it is to be interpreted. : Democrats, I believed that your election as Had you been elected as a whig, and upon the doctor would! tell me that I was drunk as

*of the tad corporation fo one year from the day United States since I lie eighteenth if June, eighteen i Pllll.lllPTl'tiri. May 22, Iflln. the candidate of the people would subservethe the strength of any knmyn whig creed, I wouldnot that I was bilious The one would come ,. .
\ of their, elecion: and until: other shall be hundred and twelve, or who shall )hereafter he in that from d 'n'iing too mud the other from eafnij '
i lu'y elected in 'their place ; and if tnanacef' !lu\I, from said service, and has sustained, or shall su iain, Will you pa i do n me if I make bold to say a best interests of(he country. And what complain.! Is it not a painful thought too much and where is j the diflerence ? All
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bo failure the of the damage without fault his few words with in oflhe this letter which you, the man ofthe people, should sit there in
al\ cause' wiat proprietors: .llntl! t to make such election '1 any of while in said service, h) thc loss ol a horse in battle, which ilulced me to support you for the to the best feelings of your nature ? On the Washington' as the leader of the mere fragment this is a serious mailer, for it affects health!
the days aforesaid, the rlanagt1 holding over ur> by (the loss of, a house wounded in battle, and of of a the not ofa and life ; and the reason why I talk about ,
I .hal office President rjt'the United States ?_ 9th I received which I party-as (mhodllent
appoint some other time for ,proprietor of lotl which has died or .hal die of said wound,t-r being August your answer, whigism like that of Clay, which your: complexion in speaking of it is, that every
These also
meet and yuke such election, and shall i\'t at least t t.ix HO wounded, !hal hI ahand"nco by order of his officer reasons may give some idea of the annex : Henry he loves to look well whether will %
its and its battles in the ) they accnowledge -
.i daxs'pnviovn not ice of the (time and place bo appointed and IOlt. sustain damage by the loss ol motives which t>wajed hundreds of thousands [Private.] BATON ROUGE La., July 24, 1S-I9. states principles fights it
by an advertisement in Home convenient any horse by death or abandonment because tf tl.e of your fellow.riiizens. Dear) Sir : Your letter of the 3th inst., asking sun, but oft whigisni which works in dark- or not. Now, people cannot
and the then (1Oct01hall una\'oidahlt dangers!' of the when on board an by unholy coalitions look well unless they are well ; and no one
manager f'a lies, gathers ,
1 I strength
am no asked for line in
I never I Iwo to
of position
f/pajer flfilhe recurrence of I the regular f1fon. United States I Iranspoit t vessel, or because the} United politican. yet me a or regard my and builds its -'broken pledges ? can be well very1 lonrr who does not try to"ake -li
and ultll .tllerl have bi-cn elected in ; States failed) lo supply' sufficient tratioitatioi; ) for an office, certainly shall not ask one at as a candidate for the presidency, has power upon care herself.! The woman who roasts

and in the e'ent of any vacutir-v in t the board of managers the }horse, and the ouniT was compelled by the or- jour hands. In speaking to you, I do not lay been duly received.In And now, sir, as I wash my hands of the her head the fire disorders her blood

by death, resignation, removal from the county ker of 'his commanding < fficer to crnbark and )leave I claim to any political influence. I am backed reply"I have to !ny THAT I AM NOT A last traces political Taylorism as I state my by brings
other'ive i the member of the said him, in of the United States failing. on headaches, injures her health, and make
or continuing o consequence I control that I acted the which
of elected
by no clique : no body voters : I PARTY CANDIDATE, and shall nol! n}: regret ever part your
sufficient forage because the her face to look like of leather.
INlaid whall lave power to choose from among the"fulricor" I to supply or rirua! a piece f -
ol loin in I the said cemetery a manager to dismounted and separated) (torn his hone 01 only speak to you as a citizen of ihe United TUB PnEsJE T OK A PARTY, BUT THE PRESIDENT pledges! made me act, you at least must admit When she swallows hot coffee, hot bread; .

\calley. and I the person MI chosen shall ed to do duty on fwt; at a station detached from his Stales, having no influence beyond my vote, OF TiE WHOLE PEOPLE.I that I never served you with the hope ofoflice victuals and she destroy! '

have power t tl act in t the pietnisw, in connexionivith horse,or when the' officer in the immediate cnmmarldurdcrd and the truth which I utter. am, dear sir, with high respect and regard -that I have always been among that hum. greasy strong pickles, life ,
her stomach rols her teeth shortens her
Ihe cort, inning manage! in every rc-specl as illif or shall nider' thc h hoisc turned out to graze In the year 1817, while a member of the most obedient servant. ble band who, working well and long for you, ;
had to said office in the woods, ,' United your and makes herself loo ugly for use, except '
appointed by praitf'I.rfmmom..btrauseth any
that also worked ,for
hC"lnri.inaly 1)eniocraticAssuciatiopi of the of 1'hila- TAYLOR. under the they
Ihi the the ol" States failed, or fail to supply) sufficient county imlressic.n the oil the
act, or (" same by proprietors shal I scaring crows corn. J. o. s:
bus jit a geixral meeting; and a majority of the said forage, and t he los- was r shall be consequent t bet"- delphia, I began the first of a series of (four GEORGE LIPPARD, esq., Philadelphia, Pa. the good could neither ask or ,

"hoard of muagn bhall form a quorum to do all of, or for the loss of necessary equipage, in ronsequenceof works upon the history Mexico. Thai first This remember, was after you accept office at your bands ; for those hands j:
I
tui ness. (he loss (.f bin hotse as aflrtald. shall be book of the series was intended to comprise a }you wt1 whig nomination in a :letter which were free at Buena Vista-free in the The Stripped Bug.-We find in the Vefi
had
Js c. ;a. Ji id Li- further rnfrfnt. That the *.id allowed and paid the value twreof. not to Ixet of accepted tied the trammels .
late by
in now the recomtrieridalion
history jour campaigns Mexico. all about campaign-are mont Agriculturist following -
simple. bundled dollars : pur if Whie which aid nothing at whig prin
and tiold in fee two any payment t>
| a( Uir<
'ortralltl! .lietlt.r t In\ ,| hat I tle.purl ion of a lot of ground has been, or shall be, made to any one alore- writing that work, I became vividly impressed ciples. which have been fashioned from the. very runs as a sovereign remedy for that pest btthe ..
!
la Washington ("tlt alI, in the DNttict of Columbia, said; for the Ul and risk or fl'l forage after tIle with the frankness, the iron common sense, The of your letter of July crea. ofthe whig party. melon vines-ihe striped bug. "Takft ,,
vuinincmU called the Rock of Dunbarlon, which is death, loss, or abandonment of his horse, said pay the unswerving sincerity of your character.- publication Ihe and GEORGE LIPPARD. half a peck of manure from the hen-rooitj

bounded on the south by the northern boundary)' line ment shall be deducted from the value thereof', unless Sick of the warfare parties, I looked to tcdu great ecitement among people To President ZACHARY TAYLOR. put it in an old tub or box, and add four gal- I
'-f Georgetown, on the wot by lands of Captain Wile I he satisfied', or shall sat Uly, t he pa}master at the youas the politicians.
liam M. Boyre, on t lie north by Rock Creek, and on lime he made or "h,1 make the; payment, or thereafter the man who had been called by Providence Whig papers in New York denounced it asa"loccfoco" ions of water. In twenty.four hours, by stir

thecavtbjjnd L of the heirs Lewis Grant Davidson show, by proof, he wa frluntIJ. in which to put an end to the mercenary bitterness of forgery. The North American Girc mf your Baby !"-We saw a poor ring it two or three times, it will be

1td. containing or fifteen acres, and any ctse the deduction shall only extend to the lime he this warfare! by assuming the position of in Philadelphia, (once the organ of Henry woman sitting on the steps in front of a hotel, I ready for use. Put a half pint of this liquid other lands adjacent th, exceeding in tin- was on foot : .'nl prorided, (ilso, I any payment with the other hill of melons and the
but
Ito nl shall have been, shell hereafter made to Washinglou-not parties, in the Clay, and now the northern organ of the on Fifth-street, morning holding a I upon a or squashes, ,
whole) estate fifty icrea ten ;thousand and mav dollar and in hold value any which ppr"onal person or on; account of clothing anyabovemenficined t lo. hears otthe people. Secretary of Slate,) seized upon the word pale yet beautiful infant in her arms ; in one striped bugs will certainly vanish. At least ;

*aid land and personal estate hall: bede\'otft and ap- which he was not entitled by law such payment And this idea of your character, embodied "Private," and in weary columns! assailed the hand she had a saucer containing a few pen. we have found it so en repeated trials', for ,

11lifto purposes connected with, anl appropriate shall deducted from the value ol his horse or accoutrements. in the work which reference is made, was to whom the letter was addressed, as nies. She was apparently: about thirty, and several successive seasons. The bugs may

'p, ubjortD ol a cemetery or place ehtabli diffused by its pages among a class of voters the person of confidence. Other journals neatly clad, although the dress was of thecheapest not everyone vanish oil the first ; and they .
That betrayer your
_hine, tniintainine, and of which is Sec. 2. .111 be it further enacted any distinct and One could there but have never had
impro\'inl entirely separate from the whig which circulated the mattriar. see her may reappear t we a
damage however
*wtl y declared to be I the for hich said sustained, or shal 81ltain, among
\ object person class who} imbued with in life had been better and vine injured after this application. Besides ,
corporation is ciealed. by capture cr destruction by emmy.or by the party ; a of'otef the masses, hailed this letter with unqualified ap. position perhapsa

Sec. 4, Jlnd le it (further enacted. That the paid abandonment or destruction bj the, ordtr therom- progressive spirit of Christianity, are opposed proval, and placed it at" the head of the Tay. happy one for years* protecting the vines, this liquid is the very best .

maid ofniiriaeers fchall choose of their own body to manding general, the (commanding officer or quarlennaster lo the ptinciples of the whig party, as embodied lor Our attention was arrested by a crowd of of manure, and the application may be frequently S
bt : : theieaf, who I shall be-also president of of any horse, mule, ox, wagon, cart, boat, in the of the parly. repeated, wefting the leaves if i i '
rllde:1 history of stray
( whig corporation tell that had who around
"ic shall to I sleigh, or harness, while such property was in the I must frankly you, you not well dressed ladies, were standing '
J'oint&id all coporation.oBcers soil i l agents They nwesmy ha\'t power for the due ap- military service of, the United States, either by im- Philadelphia! and who are in 'favor judicial made the declaration embraced in this letter, and endeavoring to beg the baby. bug or two should linger on them, withodt apprehending ?S

"r.i1 regular Iranoac lion of the business of, said in"li'otwn pi cement or contract,except in cases where the risk and national reform-who advocate the flee. I, for one, could not have advocated your election What a sweet child 1" said one. harm. The manure tub will beat

to anin to III'' m, severally, Iheir duties, tofi which the property wouid bcesposed was agreedto doni of the public domain'and the right of laborlo .. nor given you my vote. Certain it is, Poor little dear I" said another, how I lo be filled up several times with fresh water

their tnpen ation, and to require,if deemed cx.ally be incurred by the owner; and any person the death who the harvest of its toiL This idea induced that without this declaration, (soon followed should love it if il was my own 1" The only objection to this plan is made by
has sustainedor shall by .
bond with .
poditnt.of' of heir a 8u"taind.ma t
; tMttriiy for the laid otctfI."performance of their approved or abnndonment and loss (If any such. horse, mule, or I me to desert my parly associations, by your Charleston letter,) you could not have The motherdrew. the child. closer to her the olfacto.y neves. '.

duties. They"shall have power to lay out and ornament ox, while in the service :aforesaid in consequence of break party lines, and advocate Zachary Taylor gained the vote Pennsylvania, famous for bosom, but said not a wor f.

the cemetery eroundi; to erect all necessaiynrlogurei the failure on I the part of tl e United Slatcs.to 'fur a the candidate of the people. her old democratic majority of twenty.five Another lady, in whose face one could see .-Many families purchase their

r and buildings; to lay out, Mil, and dis- nish the same with sufficient forage, and any person In the month of April, 18.18, your chancesfor thousand." at a glance, a fountain charily' and love, vinegar at a very considerable expense ; some -
shall )lone. has-has, have .
has lost or
who or
dispose make such rules, or -
burial( lots to by-laws thal
and remlH'' ions ; deem for conduc- destroyed by unavoidable accident, any mule, the presidency were vague and uncertain. What was the result of this letter, and of seemed more intent in the child than any "make do"\vithateryindifTerentariicIe ; and 5

hog the alairs of a said they company may pro\er I\ Rovernmenl ox, wagon, cat t, boat sleigh, or harness,while such The whig politicians in Philadelphia least the excitement immediately consequent upon 'other. others, for want of a little knowledge and less L

(If lot.bl, rt and visilcra lo the cemetery ; and_ for propertp; wa in I he service aortsaid. shal be allowed (he most prominent of them all-fairly laughed its publication 1 The whig party in Pennsylvania Give me your baby," said she, .and I industry, go without. It is an easjr matter, 3

the lale aId] conveyance of' loU in (the said cemeterY and paid the value thereof the lie entered at the mention of your name in connexion forthwith dropped the very name ofwhip. will! take good care of it." however, to be at all times supplied with good ;

by have indi the'idjil( proprietors; and in general and they shah ofthe loss the, capture service, :abandonment Crotidtd, I, shall destruction appear, that or death such, with that high office. When the Baltimore They stored it away-perchance under the The poor woman looked up for tho first vinegar, and that too without much expense. j

pro|> lana/em.nt"upfrintentencc. care was without an fault or negligence on the part of Convention assembled, it was the earnest hopeof sepulchre Girard's squandered bequest maybe time, wilh a face so melancholy, and the tears The juice of orte bushel of sugar beets, worth 1

Concern, of enyexpenditures the lid corporation bUline., and they,prudential the owner of )property, and while it was actual thousands of the democratic masses that under the ruins of some broken bank-but trembled! in her eyes. "No, madam, I thank Ixventy-five Cents, and vvhich any farmer can

a tcpnrtnf'their doings to the sid corporation' at ly (employed in the service of the U.iited Slates. you would receive the nomination at the hands you well know, and every reader of the pa. you for your kind feelings bu I cannot part raise without cost, will make from fi>e to six

each annual meet ing of the said proprietors lots. Sec. 3. Jindbe under il further this act tnartld, he. That the claims by the of ihe representatives of the democratic party. know, that in ihe late campaign the battle with ,the only thing I have left to love on gallons Vinegar, equal to the best made cider .
*" for
adjusted
per
5 And t be members il further of 'Ihe enacted naid corporation, That specialThePIinplhc for Third provided Audit'or under such full hal 8lhal be prescribed This hope proved friles. But a the whig was fought, not under the name of Whig, earth I" or wine. Grate the beets, having first -

'he 5'r: n. ction of busine may be called by the board by Secretary of War, tt direction or convention assembled Philadelphia in June, but under the united names of "Taylor and ThisVI enough. The lady dropped a washed them, express the juice in a cheese 4

1)1. m.1R'!;tTS.or by any 'fivenf nieh members, by ..d.frtlfe't with the assent o"f the President of the United 1848, party"lines were finally broken : the 'imore/' I half eagle upon the saucer, and turned awayin press or in any other way which a liuld

% to l he iimerfrd' in nome convenient news- Slate, n! well in regard to Ihe receipt and of opplica- very spirit and front of the whig party } democrts were asked to vote for youas tears. The others opened their purses, ingenuity can suggest, and put the liquor in -
J'T r, !t\. weeks before the day appointed for such lioni claimants a the species degree their in charitable sociability barrel the with -
candidate cover bung
the manner in which such evidence shall betaken we"IB crushed. Henry Clay, balloted for in the independent candidate-the ,and placed offerings an empty ; gauze

l"l "HlllJCw r<1, an' which rf shall siirh be sd forth. the time and dencc,and authenticated, which rules "ha1le uch the name of the whig party, failed to receive of the people-as the man who bad no friendsto with the gold "piece. We added our and set it in the sun, and in twelve or fifteen

""r (.7n object'i be it fiirtfur meeting.enacted,, Tint every as in the opinion of the President t calculated its votes, and Zachary Taylor, nominated INTHI reward, no enemies Id punish-in fact, a mite, and walked away :happier and better days it will be fij for Ua r.-Farmer'* AtrtMrae
S'Pt*' said, shall be heM tooblain tile object of Ibis act, paying a due 1'uortc in of his election Cincinnati Cow *
"OII'11(1n : cemetery by the : AMi; or Tilt: was presentedlo Zachary Taylor, who case man.- S
,l'"II'llett thcrcol, 'lui I lie jmrpoicof, .t'i>ulturc only.. r.,c"ard \cllo (the claims If i incivilual.. justice S ,



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.- I. for Cholera.Dr. FOREIGN :
Specific NEWS.
Sulphur a
tenic in Mexico as a
those who consider
1ZO3BUTH.Wo he was the son] of tile Hungarian Dlel. As TUEJLORIDIAS? ) & JOURNAL, master key" to the honors and emoluments Herrick of Chicago, Editor of Med. The Europa breached Halifax oa Tues -
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givfl: b11oto! our readers nn interest.inp !t. dangers an.l 1 difTicul'y; came his influence in-. : : -- of office ; but ire do think that the same spirit and Surgical Journal, thinks that himself and the 5h: inst.re observe Liverpool datet ;
June he became fi
creased. On the lllh ,
sliclch of the career of KOSSCTJI, the Hungarian nance minUler. June ITth broke out the A. E. MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON, which placed Gen. Taylor in ojice,should hare I Dr. Bird, have discovered in Sulphur, a sov.erelgn late as May 20. The commercial intdij

orator awl statesman!: iho! most t prominent war with the Sen'iUls.ug.. 23th: with I.DITORS A>D rROrflItTOfls.I shed Us; protecting icings oter the gray head of remedy for Cholera. He publishes along gence is not encouraging.The .
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=: which the
and nutewoithy artor in the great\ drama Crotia. Sept 'JOth he was president of the Saturday June 1G, 1849.- the parent of one of the best officers communication in which he stales the' same feeling of dullness that has

of European :fJir It i* from the New York! tninis'ry.: Sept. 25ih appears the Impcrial :_ : ,- : :_----- .=_ __' 4lh In A the rlileri/instance. could boast aliudr'd: of.to, the c.ce-r r. is old circumstance which directed their attention t vaded commerce for several weeks past Wr COn.

Commercial Advertiser : manifest.: w hich produces the open rupture i I Death of Gen. Gaises balls of n'nucstoexist, ar.dlhe probability"a! :
the
and Austria. At the head and in reduced circumstances ; to this article as a remedial agent in cases of chang

In IS'T*. when, si strong nn opposition exi of between the" committee Huugiry of surely, Kossuth now con. 4 He s'eep?his l hst eeple: ha
i jted against the Austrian g.vet urneut in ihe His finre \\ have from New Orleans, the announce. of his declining years ; while 'his: successor r'r'a is ever.
ducted) Hungarian; : affairs. history following extract :
Diet, Ko!*ulh. who was already h. the of life and health, LIVECPOOL. May 28.
Hungarian itself which I need not rnent of ihe death! of Gen. Gaines by Cholera.A young man prime !
is that of 1 Hungary ,
: During ihe last few Drs. Bird' Cotton.-For a day two after
somewhat known as the founder of political t re.1 with his days DIar.ey, or the failing
IO! helpless family dependent on I
here. The little! sketch I have given, mot patriotic spirit has taken its t1iht-
ofthe
clubs for yin; men, was employed to con. peat who is I means for a home and 8uL ittE'nce. Truly, I and myself have continued, to use this apparent! Xiagira, there was a good demand for
will give somrt idea ut'the man, now tit God who it. Thus dp"1rtlne ly the exclusion of ihe tradd and and for
duct an opposition paper. The proceeding* the I gnno gave one would :almost suppose that party feelings simple remedy, to nearlyall exports, American de.

(,f f the Diet up t 0 this time bad never been playing! in the indisputably drama} of I'uropeari!t most affairs distinguished), and il nnhle, and the 11\\-(. If'aru."mlh, had driven every tender and humane emotion: i others ill cases with choleric symptoms.The .- scriptioni very Ii,.! prices were p1id.. ,'

properly reported. The government would part will also show! that liberal movements have (Gaines, all gone within the few rnonbs! whichhtive from the human heart." result: has been wonderful. All thc premonitory Since the receipt ofthe Cambria's, advices,

not all'iw the "'inpoyrnent! of stenojrapheK? been long going on in Central Europe of I' I elapsed] ince I iho termination ofthe] Mexican I Yet we suppose that Gen. Taylor laid: symptom*, such as pain, a sense of stocks have begun lo accumulate, and as ih.
nnJ] the ( as they appcar-d in tho ofii. fullness, unnatural movements, slight diar. market: is now almost glutted with fresh im.
reports
all of the taI which e have Known little. war. Honor to their memory hands"MI this veteran officer who had been 'I rhrca, Ac have which ara tf:red
idea
cial journal, gave no at *. The effect of his is said to be uniormly yielded nt once to ports : more freely, prices if
astonishing. ------ --
proceedings. All liberal ppeeches and pmposilions When he oratory rUes hi fen Borlesoa Apprehended! retained l Ii y Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Adams a single dose of three to four grains of sulphur. any I ihing, are slightly depressedparticularly: :
lo speak, *
as well! as clPo..itionsftla abuses flue bvmoulJed and of oriental cat We learn from a gentleman just on from Jackson, Van Huron, Harmon! TIer I In case where either cramps, diarrhoea, or in low and middling qualities, on which a re.
t.jres, : ; an
ofthe administration were entirely Mippres*.1 vomi'it'g have been present, and in fact whereall duction of| has been submitted to in
from rnen'al! and Polk that he might supply his place! witha most of
though pale aid; haggard, as East: Florida, thnl* Builesou! who stands: char. I
) and these the business for the
eel. Hossuth I learned stenography: undertook : i symp'oms have existed: in conjunc. last few days. But' for '
and united: immediately wiser and better man" !
to give true reports. But as it would j physical surTfring 1 ged with the murder of Mr. John Madison, lion, the use sulphur! the above named dose i first qualities, the former quotations of 4J for

be necessary to submit} his paper, if printed. I e\cite: interest.adds I His I the deep first toned: almost t i't"PII.\J has 'been arrested, and i is confined Marion: I n) it we care not to lengthen ot:: the catalogue. every three or four hours, has had the cfiecl Upland and Mot He! and 3/or Orleans arc COn. I
chral voice to impression.!
to the; censorship, by which every thing IiIJ.j he becomes warmed by his Mibjert, and I County jail. Meadows has also been taken. This business of compa ring men, gi\. to ameliorate the patient's condition af once. i tinned, there, and the good qualities! Lein-
cral! would crossed out, be went to the as j and when used in\ few hours to less plentiful.
hug undue credit t lo some }detracting from dissipate
bunches I into ihe enthusiastic! and prophetic I We that I'urleson stands charged with j
say .
A'I choleric The transactions of the
in week
labor of it manuscript. entirely .
mense issuing symptom ending
I peculiar to him, his hearers seem lo : the chatacter of others, uo heartily condemn. TCI.
great number of persons were employed lu j manner murder : this of course implies! that Mr. \Iad.1! So far: as i its: efficacy has been tested in the I. day were 40,320, of which speculators! took
j imbibe all the that so strongly l reign j The of
feelings blacken the those
copy and tl1m it was sent in the letter form I : icon is dead, of which, however, we fear there I, attempt: to name worst stages of collapse, most satisfactory results 4,480) and exporters 5,060.
in his bosom and to be governed by the
of the This cxtra r- own j is doubt. Our informant u-hoic only fault is that they are Democrats, have been obtained. In two or ihree The is
to every part country. same \ ill. In his tour through the provinces I Ii no : states: that there I political news highly ()CZtiDg'. It
dinary manner proceeding surprised the we shall urgently resist. In doing SI), ware } cases oldie( kind the effect ofthe remedy has is difficult!
to how
i to raise the landsfurm (all the able bodied,) : was scarcely any hope of his recovery week I see general European war
which! for a time was at a complete honorable been to bring back pulse to I be wrisf, restore
government at least t
so great was his power over the peasantry: 'ince. aiding one Whig I IprlSS can be avoided.! We have a reported
loss what to da. It fiOHn. however, I warmth to the"surface, and stop the profuse triumph
tlu ftequnily men, women and children to. the Mobile Advertiser, which} views
took its resolution.! Every onr of these dangerous 11 j diarrha-a and vomiting. on the part: ofthe lIu-guian5: in an encounter
the before gethcr, limning to their houses, and seizing Spirit cf tho New Opposition." I. this matter we do. We strongly commend Itr truth with the Rujsia.i
letters was put out of way t ; the results obtained, so far, have :allies of Austria. Notwith.

reaching i i:1I: (!estsvL1rn. hooks; whatever.! nn tlu) 4pot their, and hands ins'iMecl could on being find], astomlilo. led- Our amiable! and excelir-nt! t fiicnd, the [arum the following extract from that journal to the I j|. been !s'ich as to convince all of us, who! have I standing the immense odds with which these
I I
U heti this became known, 'they were no'' Icnem of tbft Sentinel this I administered it
: and
I the I stated last sallclumII us attention of the Sentinel : I witnessed its effects, (hat brave : of
against encrus champions
directly : liberty
arc
I I contending
th]longer rilis! trusted of' the to different the post ;counties but the took local an.the week many: womea are found serving in lln; week a }leading article I under the above I cap- i i I j: When the Whig gravely asserts: that 'not !,: if any remedy cholera.deserves the appellation, this is I we believe a splendid victory await them.A .

< .Ii I Hungarian ranks, and even sometimes noble! lion The Opposition, that i--. the Democratic ,|i a single removal of an incumbent! not a single: a si'Cl'ficfor}
of and distributing t them to : ]letter to M. Rothschild
from
charc conveying It having: been determined to make this Frankfort
ladies command in the lro raisi-d, 1[ refusal! lo leappoint democrat has ,
: person >ps parly: is therein condemned not less for tbe a been die-
of Pesth. in dated 10 that the
tho subscribers. couuty public statement it is in thatno May Hungarians
Tie I and paid themselves. I II tated by the fact that I lIe incumbent expected return says hate
by
which the paper appeared, even author equipped violence, than the precipitancy of their at t j or applicant hasty conclusions will be made either for i; !totally! defeated Ihe Russians and tirced them
I talents his: democrat and
But J Kosiuth's! as an orator are was a that the 'adrnini-
ized publicly! in spite covernmetU, its is. least. In comprehending the exact position .I ltckupon (:en. Tavlor's .\dminh.lralion.II ,i tralion proceeds in all its consultations and or against; what appears to be a proposition to i to fall back: upon Cracow. The Revolution: ;

tus. and distribution. Thus maters contin. ofhis country't seeing its strong and weak IJefiire" anvlhing has been done, any measures '''decisions! ill respect lo appf inrments to oilice, II! accomplish much by very simple means. I will thus be transferred to Poland. '

uedtill May\2, 1630: about! : year after the the best I [ : I ihe sole! of I Although the results: H far as obtained, in A proclamation: from Kossuthsavs that the
points and turning every thing to account recommended! any policy 1 adopted! or upon ground capacily, fidelity lo ,
wfthc when. the c'.os.in" system
batt'e
establishment on look !
paper short lime and J place in Ihe defiles of Rofhenthrum
a individuals ,
few
I he has hhown himself a 'Ier. I He I i constitution and t know lhat it | by a seem to ,
lIIa honesty, n e I I
] }
the I
ofthe Diet II the King, (Emperor ot developed; by President it is said that lIe !, and that 3 OOfJ Russians
,
I justify our conclusions, il is hoped that phJ i.I i. : surrendered. The
) I said to his countrymen, before tlr! Austrian' I is simply NOT rnur. W-l..nol:, and so does
Austria) six persons nriJenly\dIispjearPIBaron : ;. i! entered Hungary: we do not beat them on I is fiercely a! ailed. Well, neighbor. in the Jewry man. that political considerations have I ciao will continu" to depend on what they Austrians are foilifying Vienna.

Weselengi! i. ihe nwi! t forrr.Uablc: e.nrrnyoftlie case of Mr.' Po'k: how ill? Hid the I consider the most efficient practice, in bad l"S'fRlThu, Em'NOr3
1 the frontier, we shall: beat them at Raab, if not ; was j influenced the administration in many removal at WJesel-!

- government in the! Diet, Ko suth, at Raab, at Comorn if not at Comorn at I \1is wait for mow than his Inaugural!, I; *. .nd it is right and proper that they shou'd. i casts of cholera, until they shall! have tested burg on the lllh, on which day Imperial

the editor ofthp leaders opposition in the paper, anJ mon's f uj j IVfeih, if not at Pesth, (then on the Theiss, but I when they: pounced upon him, and soundly 1)(. It is ull'rlIJ: uro, ridiculous: and} dWeputabc j i ihe matter themselves, and formed, their own I troops were defeated by the Hungarians at
,tudc'11.) of law, young j conclusions ; and also. that: whatever be OdeflIJllr .
1 if no'' the ThC'it's'C nevertheless, to pretend to the The doctrine may
even on
political cItil. For: above thre years, tIl' 1; !labored him. Turn about is fair; plav: is it contrary.: 1 the confidence: of individuals in .this I It
!! finally beat them. This shows that he clearly of Ile'hi lead to the inevitab' conclusionlhat or any was rumored in Vienna, on the llth,
publicva* i ignotant of the fate of not ? But: furthermore : little: as Tsivlorhis j 1' !j other remedy, they will not depend their that tIle !
cuttrelj I foresaw). thc course of events.: We accordingly j' even man removed( by General! 'I'a) br upon I population of Budi hai 1 risen, and

iheso pcremt. .t. latt, in 1 :39, they ap- I l see the I Hungarians I ftllin: 1 : bielc! from accomplished', Lo has .!U:1C I that which! he w as/Mther incompetent or di.-hone t, and hence ;;( own judgment in any case, even of slight had expelled ihe Austrian: garrison.

nearcd again, as mysteriously as th" had dig. t the frontier from Rnub, from Cotnnrn, (leav. !i ought not to have done, he has left undone I, removal carries with: it personal, in'ult; anJiS i symptoms, whenever it ;5s possible to consult The Russian troops have entered Preran ;

appeared, zut even Imo\\'juthl'm'th'cs where 11 ing there a garrison: which hus: 1Il'\'erlJ'cn ovci- : that which he have done.:' ii.gr"ct'.c are not prepared to consent j their physician. 7,000 of them will garrison Vienna..
they had been, for !?:-* J JJ. l'cn: seized us- ought to Tor, .I doctrine-rather i It i ii suggested by Dr. Bird, that a comMa Of the advance of (ths Rii-siins we Ipam
ccm"\nd) '! ircm Pl."b itwlf! ; but no sooner do I any sucn we enter our sol-1
crctJy cort''d blindfolded !I were we JIM promised: ''hat I G l'n. Taylor! the 1"1"I nation of powdered charcoal four that the Russians:
: todusigeon i one part to I Gen. RuJiger has ePd I
) it. .
l1l1! ; :
al I II they come( : ;into the vicinity ol i T-i"0!: ( cain; pr-Jtest against Probably, at a get: pro-
from which th.Ie brou ut out in the same th.m th! ? t tide i of success begins to turn, and \ SCCOfldUhiIi1t.fl, was to be a CUef;, Magistrate ". :;:::! !'"'ffa scnthmcn! rciwtcd arc as uncx-i (sulphpr! Ins seemed lo make the remedy I in the direction of Tyrnau. Raab has been
But what horrid three I : raiC mdc; 1t. W. B. HERRICK i retaken! the
,
manner. a chitg3: I by Imperialists, the Hungarians:
j threatens to Iwck to the walls cf i after Washington rncdel-tIe Pros j i ctpllsnai/i;; ;c'r: and socially rekn I
now Z!'J: : sweep i ; 4
_ _ years in the dun!}, filthy!: dungeons! had 1 made: I I j l Cd.s'. Med. and Sur. Journal. i retreating as the firmer advanced. Indeed
- Vienna. i jidentoflhe nation and not of a p.1rly.nd !; and is much Idcccil in al1l! .rrirate rclaliMis! I
blind! of the
Wosselengi was L'jvasfy; students i CJIAS. L. \\ ILSO:, E1.. Chicago Journal.I fit appears that she Hungarian troops are ?1I .
j Many] persons blame: Kossuth for not rnak- has !he } nfljfc, o? their fvcccsscrs. .Vi.r/j it Ile case I :
unlike Gen.
crazed, and the rest .dangerously] ill.Kossulh .- not, Washington: :: selected all
hick side.
I It their old
ing a stand nt Pt'*tb. A large patt If the | U"C:.nol1. in this city, nor l we would be t the hisf I I The l following account, from one who witnesses ling on u : policy:
have ih !least affected I
f'em" to escaped a Cabinet} which: only one: half of the American to draw their enemies into the smpracticab.'aI !
I i
; Hungarian: Diet were in fivor of it. Tit"jIt \ i man who woul I admit any doctrine: that could the effect of this prescription in num- .
'bis consiiti-tion
mnch ,shattered.llirough! Ouch; was I the! was detestable thereby! : the moral efiect of giving up; the ranit-il! ; i people are represented. During) Wa.&. | lie construed: into an a'saul! on their charac. her of cases, is taken from the Buffalo Couri- I and inhospitable! parts of their country.Gen.TodoroviclL'5 .

'!into ihc hand of the wo-ild be bad in Administration. the 1 Iter I I troops in the Banaz Kara
$ enemy: : people uers di\i- and reputation a? gentlemen. They were I,
iiie li
conduct of Aus'rian g.vcr12nunt. was cr : been routed tho :
j throughout! m I the whole country. and wonhl '..12I and Federalists. remo\ed( purely :at.d cxcb.-ively! I completely by Hungarians,
I jdeditito: Republicans The on poliicnlgrt
:1.fr'ai in tucli I to !
a country as Hungary U I O.ir informant was ;chance in Chicago, who advanced as farasSabuka, a town in t thoj
i I ly J lead to universal discouragement and det \ >und*. There is no mistake! about it, andi
cuss these men opcn'y, for violation of law i, President was surrounded counsellors. one I ;; Friday. May 125, when Dr. Bird first adminisj : immediate vicinity of Panozowa.
j
t>at. But Ivosstrth understoo-1 In titers hel.I i it i- utterly! useless: f to
>r one preiend: to
could have been jiroved against them. Had | ter. lie would rather lo"e a little momenta- j half of whom. Jefferson and Randolph, were I I I the contrary. They any were removed on I j tered his remedy lo persons attacked with the I! The Vienna papers cube 14tb May, men-

the place of their imprisonment: been known. :I rily! if necesvary, than ri-k! al! at a blow.I .- ;, Republicans] : the, other half, Hamilton and !I litical considerations ; and on that ground po., j cholera. These cases were persons living :; lion that the Austrian troops in Banaz had
too, they would not probably have remained i twelve mill's out of" the city t Irish laborers on ; been completely routed by the Hungarians.
I That boldness i Knox I
mug in it. It feared, however t lo have them I this was not owing to want ( Federalist : he hi.nseif maintained a l1llll1o.t alone, we are !prepared to defend the I
j his whole character and conduct proves.j .- injtjoli! admirable! I net of rCIlJ )-al."e want; nothing: better.We | the Chicago and Galena; railroad. In comj i TIl'ssu.-Tbt" Emperor Russia; has: formally -
tlio ith hands le&i: it should afteiw-inb bvnccjfed I i [( inipurtialimystrnetinwsconcurring : -
upon t with Dr.) Bird and Dr. Herrirk: and three
- I The seq .el has s4o\vn! the wisdom of the II despise all these cowardly sulttrfagcs." j I I puny: recognised the French R' ublic, and
: (ifs secret ussa..sinutioii.Vh: n it with JcfTersn& at others agreeing other physicians he visited them for the pur. i simultaneously is.-ued a manifesto

thouglil:; tl.cm ther.*luic out of th>.' erudition to i i I measure. I with Hamilton: : ; usually: deciding with wonjdeiful I Murder and -Robbory.j .- I pose seeing the effect of the experiment. j j his determina'ion (lo interfere in tae inr.ouncing Austrian

lie longer formidable! it 'et '.!'K-IH: fl'e(. It j;',-trid ALMUST A 'I JJAGEDY.A : t On at thf station: it t found that I
wisdom, lowing hirm-eif even as a j Another terri'-le out. age has been corn.muted I : arriving was and Hungarian q'larrel.) In tbfsmuniff I t to I.e
indeed of two enemies! but one jute! others I i ,1
ofthe five d.'ad.-
becarn ten times more dang rous.Tfco few weeks azoacase killing, almost, I iftatCMnan.au abler; man't. think, than pi-i.I in llast: Florida.; Cornelius Rain, of one Ofthos" living patients was already two peaks} of the rnis->!on cf hi* G -pte5tr\"ed na.
one was a man, were wo-
1 tionand in the
unj'ist imprisonment of K<,scuh rendcrcd !I occurred in, ell.- edge d Alabama) across 'he I I ther (those illustrious putiiots. Among Gen. ,, Alacl.ua County, has been killed!! in culd blond, >! rue::. and the remaining one a child four or nries end I Lord name of Victories ofAlmighty'eader' conmands o. ar.hi.

him uf course extremely popular. A { line from II uIm! !. A little! difiicuhy had : and his hou'e :
Cabinet his :
who
; Tailor's \\e ask, rvnicsenfs deliberately plundered by I five years of a,e. The man was pronounced' i armies to move forward for the cjtir.ction of

year after, be became, editor though not open.: sprung up between two men, one numed Martin j the Democratic l.alfofthe American people I Ii j fiendis.h assassin We clip the flllowing no. j 111.\' ihe physicians to be in a collapsed state rebellion, and the destruction of murderous!
Jr. of a paper. issued in IVith. called the 7V. the: other: Dean on account ( ti Uirlnp. So popular; did this paper inrnf', i iuusly tald ngaud ca rr> i injr a'a J"I lie wife :i We think: that as soon)? as the President selected j! tic,' from the! Jacksonville Republican) : i I Whether ihe remainder, were or, not, our in-.' and evil-inten'ioned' men.
iormir.t not Ju the
: oll
is I
dialely .become, that from 503 subscribers and dog oft;ho lo:ner. The (fi'tnccwas- more I :his: cabinet-look into 1m confidence, as 'I We learn that another murder was committetl } physicians the positive.man had no pulse language," that is''Ito FRANCE.-The recent elections have res-)!.

which it had in July t of 1810, it amounted by I asgravaiing, as Dean had both who and dog i advisers, those holding sentiments: In common .,| ii: A'arhtia: couniy !last week. :.l r. i S\)', his ;pulse! was hardly l pcrccptilltThe .- !: led t favorably lo the Socialists andred repub.

the end ofthe car to IlOOwhidl is a ofhis own, and Martin was !,.without cither. with ) half of the of the ': L'urii''in: Haiti, a man ofpropeity, was I heard j jj and licaus to a far greater extent then tvasnnticipated. .
I only : i women were ;
vomi'ing purging excessively.
people ,
country : i ij -
greater number, than any piper in Germany: I I To make the matter still worse, Dean meditated I j! lusay thai lie intended to bid for a family of j jj I Ii Dr. Bird : admini They will number in the Assembly ;
I immediately ,1 j
j, ceased to be a mutterf doubt whether hei j which were soon to be sold.! He af. f ftierwards 1 about 2-10 against twice that number,
has at present except the Augiburff \lgcmr- j decamping with his prizes to East Fiori.: negroes tered the pills. In the course often minutes 1 strong

ine Z tU1g. It appeared every! day, at the da, and thus the more securely to guard i would be a Wl.jg President, or not. The returned home, and on perceiving: he gave one of the women three of them.- j which though; composed ofpartiei and sec-

f low price of 4 florins (SlG2r J ctL) }ear.- ugainst a reprisal. Martin, as :migh); very : promise that he would not be a lIar:: pre!i- i twui'UMi! I tide toward the Itou;p, apparently The limited time afiurded to the visiters lions parties entertaining very >pposite o1 .

Its character was delusively political and naturally: be expected determined III check i, dent was at once irtually/jr/hVet// / A party ,;: ;'riendly, hf advanced to meet their As I.e a fair observation of the effects ofthe prevented .!1 ;iini n3,are neverthelessconsideredlhefrteadj

tional.Kosvj'.h. na.\\ this ruthless! invasion of his social and canine |I Ciiiiie ii|', one of ihe men sh..t him dead. The of order. On the announcement :ihU intelligence .
president j ii eofihc ivord nifdicinc. Their was limited to three :,
t : important sen I stay '
: turned his attention to founding right, and accordingly repaired: nightly to ihe every rJ'ri'il1air.s, I iht-n passed him, and entered of hour, the time the after- the French lime:: full thirteen per

societies for establishing! auJ] eacou-ajinTdo-< : I premises .of Dean, armed with, a double.bar-! i!\I !IarIhe at once became, has continued! Ills dwelling! and, although r. ]Rain's wife )iI' quarters noon. Tpoh an the arrival of the being car in Chicago ;!;j cent. At the latest date: however (lhy had

he, and will! doubtless in IK. awl family were "rnt?, h! ed the ] recoved and the 24lh tie five
mestic( manufactures, anu fur constructing I'u!. relcd! ;l1n. The i Utter knowing the character persist being. I' pri they n' > the patients were all reported doing well I j slightly on percents

lie road Hungary was at that time in home i'of the former, thought it prudent lo "keepcloe. } lieving the pledge, violated! what ]loss could !! hOUSe of I lie rum, of SlOOO I ) alltl l then: fled.- I! with the fairest prospect of recovery. The I. were quoted at 81f. 50c., an three percents

in aluio&t semifjarbarous Mate. .*' Whereupon :Martin resorted to the I j I They were not recfIlIizednd had not been at 5 2f.
an I ;
respects i Democrats) do than announce am! comrnent! on : nett day. the remedy was tried upon two
Many parts of the country were in a manner following expedient to draw the invader of hUj I[I taken at the !at accounts. J Jhe in and both recovered from ca.1 In the French Assembly, tn3 affairs of
ses Chicago,
the fact and !believing that it,15 tic
; very : ---- - I
--
cut off from the reel from want of proper roads, j. rights within buck&hct]. ran;e :"-Taking! i atlai-k. Rome and Hungary being under comideration.I I

Bridges, &c. But particu.arly in respect: to I I'I out tlt! ,, Iia!: fastening lo the gate, he would :.pledge, so unblushiugly: I trampled upon, that I U:7::: Louisville Chronicle! savs: :- i iI i iWe I a debate: arose which is being the m>st cxciI .

manufacturers: Hungary behind the other I|; |::!aco in its stead a splinter, and then rub :| procured I'trir defeat, is it strange: that their I Whenever a Southern man contemplates' I understand: : that Sulphur was yesterday j I: ting and violent ever witnessed. positions!

I countries of Curope. It was absolutely! dependent II! Bguinst it afier the manner of a hog, causing 1 comments should! be couched in terms of in. 1'i.a'oui to the South he commences with tried with entire succe in cases of diarrhoea I of an immediate declamation ofwir against

for cloth and many other: objects
manufacture the other of Aus- succeeded. Ian heal the speakers, which, however, were suosequentl!? I
upon provinces I Itria. |I stratagem ; nunciation. I i it uses' the following !language : I Democratic Complaints.The .
.' Tim was what Ansti51 wished (because :[ "rubbing" and ihe gate opening, went and I modified by the adoption of a resouiion pro. i
A word The Sen'inel the :, Old: Chapel [flill"1 Uentun, it is reported following sentence is taken from a ; General 1 1I
i more. only posed by Cavaignac, recommending
be feared mare from Hungary than: any cth- took down his rifle, remarking to his two j, says '1 j
er part of her empire, and wished to keep it wives : "There's that infernal hog again, I'll I responsibility which the Administration: has by i tile telegiaph: has beea: making a speech speerb delivered by Senator Pierce, in 1341.We. :I to the Government to adopt energetic measures .

therefore more dependent,) and all ber laws: (fix his picture.' As l his person came I in relief I I] taken! upon) itself! i is that f"daring to liy j at Jefferson to City",jlr.Missouri Calhoti', on what inconsislon-ho is adopt) what is here said, as a most em. :i fur the protection of the intenal and ex.
pleased term
tended to continue it. Grain coming out of before, I the door, Martin fired-but without i :! ternal interests ofthe Republic. This reolution .
I of sentiments in
phatic
its hands. upon home of the most obnoxious of. ] des on the sl.uery question." expression our own re-
Hungary was &&ubnittc\ l to a heavy tariff, but I good aim. Sevenlen buckshot :lodged in the : Ih.mhi'Jlenlly opposed bribe Mini
I fice holders! and supplying their place! with I Henton's course i is another evidence that gaul! (to the action ofthe present A mini tra.lion. carried .
by of 435 to ISJ.I
was
u mijo.-ify
all manufactures going in, where wholly free. side of the door and three in Bean.'i he try
In six months' after the (founding of the fell :Martin hailed him with-"I'm your infernal I wiser and better an"",." Here again the effort 'I when a Southern mail contemplates Treason !I The Democratic parly have no tears I Nothing has been arranged in vgard: to itI

protection! societies" by I Kossuth, more than hog-you've fixed him have you; ?"-and is made, somewhat less offensively thanin to the South, he commences with abusing j i i I! to shed over the ]loss ofoffice. They look up. [i iIon I change of Ministry, but it was sufposed that
I Cal ho uti. I He I Uiksvxuclly: like an :abolitionist! '
)half the Hungarian; p ol'e.'en! pledged to made good his retreat. The wonti'i did not other quarters, to injure the character of it as the legitimate result ofthe game of:. immediately! afier the new* Assunbly! met.
and as a mailer tf course could not do otherwise .
articles of 'tic rnanufactuie. pro'clI1orta1. I In i ihe of few I I II. Marshal Berjraud would be callid upon ID
wear: only ( omt' course a days 'I ed.'liat denounce
those from: whom whig cupidity for the spoils than attack the Great; Soujhern Statesnan. politics as now pin) they
In the Hungarian! : Diet! which met at Pres- Dean) took up his line of march f for' East Florida I I. firm a new cabinet.An .
has wrested their offices. As we have already We have- no doubt! that the people of is the I insincerity of t those I who I while I pre.
; burg, Nov. 1, 1347 I'os'uth.ti elected dep. with the wife and do;; tf his antagonist in abortive attempt: has: been na le by an

uty from Pesth to the ]loxver House, in which I his train..Mariana Whig.A I done, we again enter our protest against Missouri will \eldraw the cord of political, lending to better principles than: their neigh. Irishman to assasinate the
trarigulatiou closely! about his neck queen orEn.jlar.d.
he took from that moment lea Jug pai: t. It this course, as alike, insulting and illjarious.I' .- as as was hors, are exhibiting worse conduct. We complain .
hut "cravat" Chapel! liii!.
'; will be. only necessary to enumerate (he decis. I A Shot from a .Y'ufral.-G'n. Taylor Wiser and better men" '%'." pass by the that: the Whigs, who came into power Factory in Mason.

ions of this Diet from : 11 to Feb. 'J2! toBCC Iw'cr'rotcU I hare :friends to rcvard, hr Mr. Iltlser I declines
oV. positively running
1,10 enemies to punish."Louiscillc Journal. appointments: and removals in our own State, by) inducing the people to believe, that they, The effort to obtain: subscriptior for stockin !
that a gigantic reformvas going on in as the Taylor candidate i fur Governor of AUbamu. .
1 with Gen. loathe "
where little fear them Taylor, Proscription! formed in
comparisons, as we a Company Manufacturing
this (;
1 Hungary even uelotc tlie breaking out ot the I Why, ifthings go on : way en. Taylor
Mr. withholds! the of his
French revolution, and the subsequent moverncnts 'I will lIe shown as bare literary reputation: could mitt' fail excite ill feeling-going -Ne- Yancey use I should have resorted to such an outrageous I Macon, Ga., has )been more than successful.

in (;ermany. The following were a. as a field of wheat: after the vickle lIttle leap where, we ask! Warren, who left his hotncIftuccn rrame, from his friend who wish to bring it deception! as that ( which! their present practice i The amount required (100,000)) has been

tnong; its decisions : freedom (utile peasantry er. Some deny! that he wrote his despatches, before the Democratic: Convention, fi'r> the
'- ligJils, allowing his creditor just I ( provsthcrn g'n'Uy' Turning out Democratf \ taken, while 830,000 more has bem cf&red.
.: 'o change their place of abode, (they were others that ho wrote his Allison correpon. nomination of Congressional candidate
a
I be/ore attached to the soil as under the feudaltyslc.ru. deuce : it was indignantly denied that he enough to pay -1 1 Ii cents of their claims-is hea to I for no other reason than that ihey are When will the pcepe! cf Tallahassie and i in
Mr. Hilliard in the Distficl. .
.) and ,unrestricted freedom! in the sol- wrote the horse leaN: ;" Hoclor( Bacon de. wiser and better man than the Lite( second CJppo Montgomery Democrats, is the evidence with which we vicinity profit by the example! otfors ? Who

.i ling of landed properly, (abolition of hiereihi.I nips that he wrote the letter to C l'n. (;aiI2es, assistant Post Master General whose} placehe Private busings, or in other words j sustain the bill of Indictment, found against knows but 830,000, (enough to put unJer

: lary property, much as exists in England! published as his ; Capt. Ilragg denies that heever holds! ? How is it with the two appointeesin [poverty, compels both gentlemen! to confine that p-ariy, of having obtained ofHce under way a very respectable establishment,) might

Abolition ftithes for fixed compensation- called on hira for a little more : I themselves to t ihcir :
a grape ; professional
Chri-ajro, who are denounced in the Whi" engagements. false pretences. We shall again and again :ba raised in our midst 1rill no ?ne rmka
liberty for strangers lo settle in the country we deny! that he is the author! of tho epigram- ;j1 1r. from
the
the.laxalioc c.fall classes equally. (the nobles utic phrase, Gen. Tayloriiever) surrenders ;i" paper of that place as "regular blow-hard! ;" of loge, rnemiberofCongress same: point to these removals, and comment on them an effort 1Y c were told by aa intelligent

( were formerly: exempt)-emancipation: of the and IIJh re is the LouUviiU Journal coming i.. whom the same paper says, The locos and State wished to decline another canvass for not because we have any particular sympathy! gentleman from Alabama lew days since)

Jewg which the out will the statement that (Gen. Taylor never I the same reason, bdt the inability ofthe party i the Democrats who have suffered
-language legulations, by ) Van Durenites hail the appointment as the su. for but as ihut one of the proprietors of Hirnelt &

Cioations: are permitted to use their own Ian wrote," I have no t'ndsto reward, (or serve,) t lo harmonize upon any one .else! forced I testimony which these I I
odium by cf
: rest thing to bring upon the whig par. giving charges are Marks' Factory had stated: that the profits
gmgy in conducting their interior affairs no etiemies:: lo puai: h. Well% there is one them to demand! his SCYVCCS. !J is hoped .
I t ty, and rejoice at it." Take another case, I. conclusively established : that establishment at Tallassee, after deduct-
Gen.; be of and
eight millions set apart to encourage rnanuficlures : thing Taylor cannot stripped that he will ield. The Savannah .
I .. and couktruct roads. On the 2tiJ that i ill his military laurels ; they will remain that of the new Collector in Delaware, Brob- ) Republican I That removals have occurred is net the i.j; i interest on their capital!, is 25 per cec;. I

February, still before I tho revolution at Par withered t through the winter of time.-iY.O. son, of whom the Blue lIen's Chicken, the sass Judge Alston is nominated by the thing or! which. complain. I complain of Think of that !

:: is, Ivossuth used the following words in a Delta, neutral, leading WhTg paper of that State, averts, whigs the Mobile, lately (;nJI .'15 District. your hypocrisy. I charge that your press and
your leading orators made promises Iq the na. Conviction of Preierisi.
II ; cpeeclt : We speak of Mr. Urobson as public Gubernatorial Tcra.
** Since GOO form constitutional A correspondent of the Baltimore Patriot t man tion which they did not intend to redeem, and
years, we a The trial l of Frederick, Miller, nd a vra-
The Sentinel! several
State ; we \visU therefore that ministers sit on speaking of the National Intelligencer, says and oflic 'r. lie is utterly and palpably in. propounds ichens and which they now vainly attempt to cover up
I of
0 these benches to hear atiJ anwer ouiques. that the outstanding debts due to that cstab- competent a proper discharge of the diKics ichcrcs to us in reference to this. matter. Our by cobwebs. The Senator from South Carol man, the wife of :Miller! for the nurder

r riouc From thit dayfitrlh, we icish lo have lishment are estimated at 8100,000.-Host onAtlas. ,of his office." And another,' which has been statement, we presumed, wus matter: of noto. lina near me [Mr. Calhoun] remarked yesterday Dudley, in the County of Wakullf: has re- ,

; tainixtry." that he had no 1-ingtiage lo the suited in the conviction oldie first aimed, ami
Hungarian express
a frequently referred to, Simon Drum, appointed riely, as Governor Moseley has resorted to no

::-- Five day afier, the news of the movement No newspaper with a decent circulation, Post Master in Pennsylvania Mr. concealments, nnd practised no disguises. infamy which,, in his judgment, mu't attachto tho acquittal ofthe other two.
by
as
nt Paris, reached Prekburg. The conduct of can long sustain itself on (lie credit system, (hut man who had Ilcenhelire.. .the pcop'craising

- I KoEsuth at this not) only contributed: more than unless! it has a mint capital, or a public crib Jefferson. The following notice is from u However, if it is desired, we can probably his. voice in the general shout that pros. DCT'IED OVEU !-The Jack ol\"me Republican .

- lhat of any other manjo rouse up tho lIunga.I where nt to feed. A pnper with 000 or 800 neutral paper, the Pittsburg Dispatch : give names, times and places._ cription was to be proscrihed, nnd was, in the tells us that Mark Bu'tt has received

I I jauodernandtheirrigLs. lutalsohiad great subscribers may barely live, on the non- h We confi'ss we are somewhat surprised The Virginia Legislature, an adjourned face of such action, now here" begging for the appointment of Postmaster of that place, I

-a effect in exciting to actiuly the people) of advance paying system: ; but inereasci thenumber that Gen. Taylor should permit the removal place at Ihe footstool of power.
of
.- 1! Vienna. iUelf. He Wall at the head of the to 5000, and it will _be swamped in of one who had two gallant sons in tho war in session which met in Richmond a few days vice John M. Pon, remoed.ro :are not

';! deputation' which, the 16th March, demanded twelve months. Tho ttuth i it, the cash system Mexico ; one of whom Cap: Simon H. since, frightened by u few cases cholera in N. 0. Cnr.v ASSE.-The water was still on told whether Mr. Butts is a ** wiser and better 1

i and obtained from ihe Eigperor a teparale must inevitably bo adopted by all Publishers, Drum, fell gallantly fighting the enemy at the Richmond, has adjourned over to the Fauquler tho rise in Now Orleans on the 8ti.! Pro!. man" than his predecessor I PcrSapa our '

JIungarian f7)hJt trf.. From Ibis (Itrno forth and it will lie so.-Clev. }(. tengates of the Capital. We' arc' not rA't Spring. Sensible! i idea" 1"ct closing the crevasse: gb r-my. friend ever tho way xyiU,inform us.u.u. .

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HUNGRY. labs hU pledges. This is whiskery. Henry Late from California. riosrEcTcs OP The name of no person will lie entered upon For New York.

Amid the general commotion in which Europe Clay was a "Second Washington" so long : The New York Tribune publishes the following THE UNION ; our books unless the payment of the subscription ,,-g-r-j. THEfa sailingp!ck-t Eriit OOLLA,"

ho available. After his be made in advance. / Trira, Mar.. riiriia dr pntrh for the
is involved! there be any point to which as was political sun items of news, furnished Ly Mr. Par .1.lailg. 5t7ii. IVeekig. and UeUy\\'eusp ; j'j nve nort. For fr.hzhf rr pf s*?;:?. harrrs err d tef -
was set, none to poor as to do him reerenre. rott, U. S. Consul at Mazatlan Distant $ubsrri' er* may forward us money Caplain
diz'ccted with interest than to : rrnLIsIzEu AT f commoiiatH, apply> to hc on hoaid. rr to"AIcNAUGHT
the is more w.&siiiotoy, 1) C. ASD DEVOTE
eye Gen. is their Second letter the which will be
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Taylor now Mr. Parrott. our Consul at Mazatlan, is now by postage on paid t ORMOD.

any oiler, that point is Hungary. The move..incut Washington" and so lon.r; as he feeds the him- slaying at the Astor House. He left Mazit- GENERAL** TO POLITICS, LITKRATCCE, AND l by us and all nk assumed by ourselves in its Newport June 9, 1MJ. -

on thepait offhe Hungarians, which :zry.office tickers he will be a sood enough lan on the 10th April, after his return from INTELLIGENCE. safe transmission. -

}iltherto has been lightly spoken of as a rebellion \Vashmgton for them. Another SecondWashington" an exploratfon! of the gold regions of the Sacramento On and afier the first day of June nest, the CCTPOSTMASTERS:: are anthorized to Notice.
**
t must be found for 1932, and Gen.Tavlor reached Mexico ihe llth of 'UMox will be published under the joint editorial act as agent ; and, by sending us FIVE DAI. A LL personshavins demand* aaint the eutatef
has on
against the Emperor of Austria, now ; and control of the sub :%. John Bazeman, Ute nf Hamilton cwinly, dc-
will sink into obhit iinm. Take his management LY subscribers wiih 850 cnclsosed, or five
Vera the 17lh
octali> and im. May, Cruz on and Mobile on ceasedwili present them to me without delay, duly
assumed the more rej name, patronage from him: four years hence, and he the 21st. He report having met with companies scribers. SEMI.WCEKLY subscriber, with! 823 enclosed ( ruthentia fedr'witi.in tiiaeprescribed br lavr,

peeing character, of a KcvoLcnox. Arms will never again be called by that name-he continually during his overland jour As both of the undersigned have been before or five \VEEKLY subscribers, with or they. will be barred.

the be called honest the public in diitercnt stations-one of 810 enclosed, will bo entitled to retain 110 JOIIT n. SMITH,
taken first to resist oppression, as in will not even Zichary. Tho road to the Pacific is lined with
up ney. Jane 0, tJ9. Sw-23' 5 irrifTfc ofijcio Adn'r.Notice .
us fur nearly half century, and the other for ex
colonies Detroit! Free P-css. them and all far ds he doing per cent for their commission.CCTIu .
case of f the American an now re. they( are so saw
several IHieve it will be
ycar.-we not few agencies will be formed
xvtll. Ilulton's sailed a days to the Public.
tamed to cs'.aWUh! Independence. Hungary From the Sirannah (,'corgir.n June It.0t7 Capt. company deemed arrogant in is lo (hat I
suppose any in each of the Union
State
frsm San Bias the 13 one or more lo1 EilZAHETH LEAf Newport in the
in Cayuga, April ; Capt. ;
contains pcrhnps OUC thijd of the populationxvhidiliashithertoniadeuplheAustijanciiipire Mr. Hodgson, a young gentleman Earle's was at Guadalajira on the 19th.- thing more than a general declaration of our procure subscription ; and extra copies of! MR5. cf U'akolio, as> guardian ol thf infant

I from the upper part of the State, was arrested There four five vessels at Mnzatlan principles and the course which we intend to the Prospectus will be transmitted to many of hen sol Henry C. Ovrrstred and !.i \\ile Arr.elix
were cr
afternoon with assault pnrue, will be ucces'ary at this lime. Caroline Orersfrcel, (lormnly F. enin.) both cf
several months successful yettcrday charged an our friends in various sections of ihe ,
This aficr and three San Bins for California. country
province two or at ,
wi'l the of< Ihirtrda
I whom are i1eceaced. at expiration
The character of
poliiical the UNION" j
with an intent to commit murder, upon the j for the) ofenlistircr their best exertions
of Vienna The of from $30 to $250, I purpose after the of ihi. noflre.apply .
resistance of the government a ic. price passage according i pubhcafion by pctition
will remain
has
unchanged. A.it hitherto
of the Her. Thos. Henning of this city. for the extension of list.
person to the accommodations. Mr. P. tells our subscription in writirz, a* guardian <>t Diza! flh A- Over
Distance maintained by several splendid mili. He appears to have entered the house of the done from the date outs publication to ihe itreet and Ciril'E Uver'frpff3 the >Nrt Thorr.?*

tary tiiumphs, has now to encounter lha com- Heveiend gentleman to call him to accout for a story of a cabin-boy who descried one olIlaigoti's piesent lime, it will: continue to advocate the THE OUTRAGE IX MAKIOX COUNTY. Bjlizcu, Juet'f! fho MiddieCucinl of Florida, for

the character ships at Vera Cruz and walked the great principles of the d macra'ic as peraisioa ti>sell I forty ares ff land belonging lo the
limed of the Emperors of Austria and certain matters; seriously involving whole San Bias uhcre he arrived p-irty I Our renders will!! learn with
powers way to h its illustrious foun-Ier. regret the inIclligenceofthe said infant*,situate in Leon County, being an undivided
and honor of the latter. We do not, of expounded by TIIOJIASJcrriUdo
Kussia." This alliance on the part of lha op.pressors safe and sound, on his way lo California. arnd carried into brutal attack upon Mr. Madison moiety cf eighty acres, granted by she United

'.vas the ki igna1 Jor a yet more determined course, give them in our columns. Wo simnl U'c art indebted to the couttesy of Mr. Par- : successful practice of .Marion county. We underhand the Slate. to Ameli Caroline Drehan, (late Overstrcrf.
estate I that! if the}' be m.iiturs of fact, with I i in I it.c administration oft he got C rain?Iti and Octavins Crenan. as tenants in cncimnn, on I bo
end important stand on the bide of(heoppressed. nnst: minds they will readily account for the roit for much new and interesting information by Mibseqiient democratic Presidents : principles cause to be this.; Mr. Madison and Dr. B. M. 21)i) (lay nf Au utt.lb l.and which land is described

: On the 14ih oi April on motion course and conduct of Mr. Hodgson. It concerning the mineral wealth of California. which Invu secured for our beloved IHrne, were riding together past the plantation! .n ii.tf saiJ grant as the -ACS! half of lh* north
lbs visit 10 the places was underiU of Bu'rleson, and witnessed some inhuman west quarter of recJion tlrt\-t\vo, in tovrn!hii> two,
of Ivosstfl, (the distinguished patriot, a sketch eecins that a uvicounter occurred in Mr. lien- himself [ eouti'ry an expansion, progress, and glory tin of the field north of range nne.east .i. the district of UrdttLbjecf -
n for the of informing j treatment hands by himself and his
the Par ing's h'o'jse; where a pistol or pistols were discharged purpose examplcd iu the history of ancient ur cotem- I I ; ro s.ile at TaLahace! Florida Territory, COD-
of whom we todajcopy) Hungarian .Meadow
these poin's. ami his revelations are even I' overseer, Twe brutes had actually
and elevated it the acres"ELIZAEZTTI
by Mr. Hodgson, and that Mr. Hen- pornry empires, to first taming eighty
liament parsed by a unanimous vole a Dr.ci.An.mox rung was slightly not dangerously, wounded: inure astonishing tliun any which have pre-1 j rank among the nations of the earth. Tlio e caused a woman to bo torn in pieces by their I.E.\. Cnardian.H .

IxDcrcxDEcn. Wo from viously reached us. In all that concerns the j jdi have beenmore dogs. Hurlcfon and Meadows were afier- I her Attorney Vvn. P.DUYAL.
or copy in the head. We learn that Mr. Hodgsongivc principles fully developed in I
June 0'h, IS-19. 23
one of our exchanges several of the ilesolu- to petbons that had been collected U the fjin;; of gold, IK fully confirms all former (lie original) Prospectus which was pubi! 'hetl wards indicted for this cruelly by the Grand
statements. The limits cf the pLacur toward Jury oftheir county, and seem to have resolved
lions in which is contained. noise, a Ktutetnent of t the ie.i oi.s fur his conduct at the counencernent: of the pirilicaiion: of Dr. C. H. BUNTING,
the South arc constantly being extended iy the '. UNION and repuulMied in its columns ipori rf\enge. They accordingly waylaid
and lead oeitain authenticated : ,
I Hungary, to; piher with Transylvania, ,papers new discoveries ; the Northern districts, owing j a few days deimn'l of Mr. Mar'ison near Orange Springs, as he was SURGEON DENTIST,
b jfore them. He freely surrendered himself sigo. Tiiey a system
and all parts, countries, and provinces apperU < to their remoteness from civilization, have taxation and which shall be ri-ling homo attended by a single servant, QJUINCY. FLA.
tire officers and awaits his revenue equal
iin thcr 'tiito! is and eball be n free and to justice, examination not yet been fully explored. The earth in felled him to the ground with a club, stabbed
and juat all classes! and individual
before Justice Kuwl, which will upon *, opPressing -
Independent European tfaU The territory of some places lias been dug to the depth of nine amid him in several places, and left him for oVad. .-

the u hole! o' thi said Hungarian at! *' I expenditure the public moneys ; the DR. J. il. \V. DAVIDSON WM. T.
STOCKTON'
nnd iu in'egri inviolable. Mr. Madison afterwards revived
iy quite as great as on the surface. The richness j j separation of the fiscal alTiirs of the sufficientiv

Tbo second resolution declares the Louse Same June 12.MR. of the dry digiios is in some places almost t tincredible. j ETMeinment, to their particular! spheres general of action to make a depo
of I lapsUarg.Lorraine to have forfeited the I I IIDGD%%; EXAMINATION: .-At I the ir.! Parrott estimates the amount'of ( tmd requiring of all a faithful ;performance relapsed into insensibility, arid is not expected June 2.M3JJ. 22ICE

tlirona, and /&e excluded, disowned and hour appointed; for Mr. Horizon's rxamina- gold wirh xvill be obtained; the present ofduv ; and especially demanding] and (lo live. His skull .vas fractured in three places

lion, yesterday, "o large a crowd a *einbled in year, at thirty millions! of dollars. \I insisting that the President of the United from one of*A Inch the brain protruded.Uy ). : ICE :

tanuJisd. The third and fourth arc as follow and around Justice Iliiss''l's office as to make; There are but fifty Women in the town of;! States fhall! not ftifil'Et te his high yesterday's mail we learn that Uiirleson A REGULAR supply of this desirable article will

: the trial cf the: case there almost impracticaMe. San Frunciaco twenty of whom are Ameri-j i anti his powers has been seen in'a hammock: iu that neighborhood Jibe kept at the Rail Road Depot in the course
le-ponsibiliiics to an i irresponsible of nest wet-k. Those wishinc the article will
*'3.) The said Hungarian nation enters, At the surest: ion, and wiih the assent cans. Tho arrival of a ship-load of female | cabal, under the nams of a cabinet who were which has MIICO been carefully guar.ld. plea-e procure their Tickf s at the Drug Store cf E.

according fr, its unaiienaWe na'nr.il rights, as of counsel and in response lo the expressed emigrants wou.d! be a cause of p :blic rejoic- j n:,t chosen by the p-op'e, and are not accountable We may soon hear of his captuie. IJARN'ARD, JR. Ice will be delivered at the Rail

At iudcpend.Mit and tr<*i> Mate, into the LtnIvofEur'p'tu wishes of many citizens, tin* examination was inc.! aid sill the sinolo ones v.ulild receive !| to them at the ballot-box. Jacksonville J\>?c.y, June S 9. j j7or j R'iad Depot until o'clock, and in nocase will it&eI

fetati-s, and Uizpaid tmtins wishiDg the ar-
,
principles trie will th.i The delivered
tolves to declared tid and henb does rarely. 5fi-ver In-fore, KOCH so large a rnul'i- The of lots in the is before i tiiey Wool Him !-It seems that in1 l plea'etakenotieeot price -
protect, price town s j the UNION" will advociie ; and, iu perform-1( the of .. at the Depot 3 cent per Ib. Tickets for
declare ;Mid protest, \iz : that U xvill live i in I lode assembled in tba Curt Room as were in stated, criormi'us. The salf.s take place, however lug thedulies which they Los jointly usMinid, matter appointments at Washington., r !b4. will be ijs-jed.

peace and amity: with tail other klutos thatfthai' anxious attendance yesteray.: The Cmirt xvith little regard to the title of the pro I j the umierMgiied, are a ware I hat, in the seit (Jen. Taylor! has been made to believe that it i;j A sma.l -aj j-lv of Ice will b" at E. Harnard',
awaited for pr : is usual for the Cabinet and President to take where a Ticket for 3 ''b* xvill 4 Ibs. Ice.
whether procure
' asceilain
lime
abstain ( iu but sonic In
rum violating rights, es. perty, and as there are two or three sep irate crisis, it wili devolxe t'"eni to d: cti'sthe
rxsciillyih\ liiose which I| the State was ready to proceed. Mr. lien claims of it this lead upon a tote on sfl.-ctioiis fiorn several applicants, ;' Tho- wanting Ire in large quantify, for parties.
pcopK' A'lnii'tlywer
a !
; upon great part may | policy and nr'i.sure of the party in ;power and that the President's : &c.vill please send their orders to Mr. Nash, at
joined with the said nation uidtr a com. j ninjj did not make his appearance, and the to great difficulty in the iu'urc.' Sonic-units ttClh feedornnd perhaps, en some occasion*, than Torn Ewin vole counts no more !, the Depot, two or three d.'ys before if will be cal-
Ths !
well with the TurLi Counsel for M r. IIo-l< insis'wl that he* innocent who fills led far. that if be at hand if possible.
mon sovereign, as tie ison the same land is sold to different parties by with severity. Hut, in eTcc-ititig their so may
empire; and ilio states of Italy." shciild! lie examined in the Coir? HOOD, according two Alcaidts. frinrti'-'n conductors of the high time Presidential chair, is in every case outvoted j j T/zerri.'zdpal1)epvPi. at A
ns public pres and h believes there U no other resort !! be olitnmeil in any quantity, by applying to Mr
*' i. The future pystein of government in to the u'ual custom in like cas--*, since The U. S. sloop of war Djle which sailed :they w ill not f>rget the dignity: nor the amcni- than submission. It is said he ha been I! DANJEL LA en,

all its dMailx shall be provided lor by lite par. it was w..il understood that his testimony xva* from San Francisco for the United Stales l imduc to their position, while tr>y perform ing the "constitution and ordinance"> study.if j Tallaha. >e, June 2, TMO.( 22

Jiancat, and until that wuilc hiial! Iiavi ln'ecoauianjatiMj importat. The Court, however, delermine'lto on the 'jOth: of M irch, has $, OOOOO, in gold j! thv'ir duty to the people[ with the firmness and 1 he to see
can find anything( that bin-L him to submtf. j Administrator's Sale.
\vith lh" examination lodis- -
proceed nnr t i
board.
the couutri fchull br governed dust on fidelity which the occasion may demand.
j *
l y apreetoent, assisted by a cabinet of ministers.lo pense xviih the attendance of Mr. Hunnm: Nearly the whole of Captain Sutler's 40- j Aware that the Uxtox" is the sole organ; The constitution is interpreted by Fitz ( 1"TJTILL\:'V be so'd at public sale before the Court
Henry Wanen, and the old man in. House door in the city of Tallahassee on
IM; appointed by the said prevalent, un3 should it app ar that his testimunv was not I 000 LusiieU of grain rotted in the fi/ld, for j jxvant at the seat of government, of the great democntic ]| The vote in the matter of Marshal for gives the D.s-- Monday, 2d dj> of July next, two NERO SLAVES

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and oft hi* said iniimterfe." then moved for a continuance; ofin examination flour ut the diggings, when Mr. Parrott left ; was as rU-ceasPtl,. consisting ot a valuable boy, aged aaoul
the United: States not only ;in principle! and
follows! it iaMippo ed : For Fuller, an origi1ual and abf ft Terms, Cash.
until next t.tv (thl-, morning) ut ten 2-i, a womanajreil ut o.
Thai greatly heightens the interest which was 83 per pound, though at San I'rLilekc4. \ sentttnentf, but also ii: numbers, the under- T.tylor.mau, Jen. Taylor, 1. KICHAKD HAYWABD.
o'clock.' This motioii was urante.1!, and '
iilI: tie friend* liberty feel in the success of ihe statement of Dr. Ilurroughs (attendant upon i it was down to $10 per barrel. Tin re was 'i J signed w tll endeavor to conduct it in that lihe- I For Tallma'ige. an oiigir.al Clay man, June 2. 104f>. 2.1-5vv Administrator.
not niiicb sickness at the
diggings exempt' ml and catholic which the
interests
lie Hungarian cause, is that along with it, is physician) that Mr. Ileni.'in was in no dan. and a few cases of fever. There spirit true Messrs. ChiOR, ( L'wing, C'oilamer. Johnson, WARM SPRINGS,
scurvy was i of their! and c'emand at their
Vescikbd! one more hope lor tim redemption ger whatever, that his wtiad were slight also S.in country paity Prestuti, Meredith, uml Crawford, 7. I MERRIWETIIEll COUNTY.GEORGIA
some at Francisco I Ito ,
scurvy owing | had5.: They are not blind to the fact that in j jj Fitz Henry Warren was Teller and certified -
of tic brave of 1 Viand. The fact that and not calculated lo do Lir.i serious injury. the want of food the cultiva'.ion I
suns xcgctable take. this
THE
i j .t rejublic so extensive: as this, and embracing! the result.-Detroit Frc. I'rcss.I 1 nndersigned int-llit'd of
Hungry Ji-'s coiitiguuu* lo the Auti ian division Mr. Hodirsfin was s released upv n jpiven temporary of the Roil being entirely neglected. such a wide range of i-iltluiit; and elimite. dif- 'i''EI i'tic.rming the pujhc.lnar the Uorel.at ttiii'31'kLwelt
bounds for fi'icen liun'iri'O dollars.ThcfB !: knowrt Walerin,; place will be ready
IJul the riches of I
California do .
o* Poland, taken iu connection with the ate rspect.il reasons why this not consist i l. n-nt i interests ai.d different, instittiiionsI mntit WILMINGTON, N. C., JUNE 7.-Turpen.j Itir lie recc; ion \isitor*, on thrfirs dam,. fi'min.ne.rl. *
paper in gold alone AH the precious metals are I i spring apparently! conflicting with each'' i The hole .s'laMwhment has been
zuidtiaiaI fact 4ht the tvo must dislitiguitiiediniliitrr t..houkl my b.jt little in ferenco to tl.fc matters up j tins, 4*.-Yellow Dip. 82 00 lo 80 10 perI thorough-
there found!, in greater or h-ss profusion as 1 <>ihr! but, it! ri-tility! cacli contrilfitin to the I !} renovatc'l, and Jdiiiorul accoriitiiodjtion provi-
Ieadtrs! of the ffuBjMtian are Poles, involved in th' vi uar'v!: Jntcrrsf'nrj! c .'sr.- j I well as I this r.ucht; and r.is' valuable jewels. ; ftdrntrernent: of the wh .'!'e. This : | barrel of 320 pounds ; Virgin Dip, 82 60 to j ieJ! for company in search of health and pleasure.

ghirtju 9i! tir to )c of a general uprising of It is but due to the pnUic, however and due Two mines gil.siiver have been lately discox-1! conflict of interests and ti'utions, ofcoar apparent.e 32 Gr ; Id.81 00 : I'irchI 00. J. A line of foor-horse Post Coaches will run from
to ft nib to t.|.tjt: ;ihe obvious fact t that the whoi'ecurrent Rfilvi'u to Greenille, via. lie Sprini, rtwru-clir..;
th3t sms hocLien peniples tied, one of which is known to but few persons I gives rise l > eulineuts and opinions as ap.larentiy I the livo main lines ot travel tetween MonrK imerj
of
is in fav irof the dei-n-!
t-vtnnaihy < who jfal.tusly: keep the secret. Platinum ( diverse, but which, rightly understood Theahle Pinjes-or-, Phj-ici ins, und Chenitts in I and the Atlantic, at those tr.o point! a> d affording

03";: Mist KwJiiwouTu, tfao voluminous dan So fur as the facts of ihe case, and the is also known to exist in considerable and under| just restraint, can do no I the cnuntrv readily admit (that there is no cure tor every laciliiy lo pasjen en to reach the Spring
causes which induced the useau'.t Mr.iienninp tbonae hotenfl. from direction.
35orcst hlead.-ae! 82.j upon quantities. A rough diamond nearly the size i injury to each other. With! regard to these every
have COKBETT'S CONCENTRATED { Experienced Assistant have been provided
come ty liiLt, they are well
j of a ben's epo bas been found by one of the j i conflicting sentiments and .
calculated lo sustain the evirientlvleit I opinions, growing 1atXtei Syrup of 5a1sapaa lila. in the various departments cf the IbId.I
1 from the Sdtintore Sun. hympathy miners in the Sacramento Valley. Gen. Yal1lejo I nut of local causes and institutions, it will be | Trw Warmprmnsare situated a spnr cf the

j J3T TELEGRAPH. lor Hodgson, and to ttrengthon time indignation who was Mr. Parrott's informant, says the object of the undersigned not lo interfere, : into Its the hijblv! alterativeq'ialilies! ire daiJ bricgicgit Pir.e Mountain. 3fi miles rorth-ea from the city tfI
grejitst repute
felt for Henniiifr. The Jlcpvhlican of Colunbus. Toe Fountain hea forth t400' cal-
rCjftr.Qjzx.tt&x-tf Juno 3.-\Vc bare dates it was brought to him by the finder, who demanded except to inculcate concession: and forbearance I Its signal elhcacy m Dvspepsia, General Deranaemcntot I go
Ions of water of CO minute.
yesterday As lo the which l led i degrees temperature rer
:
ier from I'jrt Gibbon to the 25h uit. says cause S180,000 for it. L'meialds of the Stomacli, Eiliarv Obatiuction, Constipation
o.dar large on all bides, and to secure to each the just pro. I theefllcacy of these wafers, in the cure of nun
to the pj.sait! we can oa'ly state that it i is in it testimonials
> ot the Uowels, i.c draws to
wiitc) tate that the cholera is raging in that size are frequently met with, but their value tcctiou which the constitution promises to diseases, ll.j: fullest proof can be furnished
eveiy IwjHx's inotiih. It is said that the. slater from thousand- relieved by i iI!* virtues, mom jirotrac-
xegir i to a great extent. is scarcely known. Three or four new quicksilver all. JOHN L. AiUSTIAJT. ,
led and
of Mr. aggravated suirermj.(0Truths
enlruited of
Ofl tim Walnut branch, Mr. fi'ctell Las Mr. Iloi'irson was to the case mini's Inve been discovered, one of Ojr endeavors wi'l be to unite all die ee- like the &i4iO %iTt;: should be valued: Jun 2,1549. 224vSheriff's

lost I> of his iit'srwp, and Mr. Kriscue a* IJetitiirrj. wlio was lo conduct her from which! a very rich deposit lies between the rnciits of the democratic arty in support of f fits [From Parker Cleavi-land, LL. D., Proe! sf>r ol Sale*
in the interior !
some this
point
adioinin himself also! to !pace or of Santa Clara and! .I Cliemi >ria Mcdica.Mme'alojrj.Gtolr ,
ininyon an :: plantation Charleston and that the valley San Joaquita. cmnz'ii principles, and in an effort lo resain -trylat* j DY Ti't-e of a Writ of Fer' Fsc2 issaed from

l eini among the victim in this ram the : young lady w's seduced The Forbes mine, however, 15 the only one its ascendency, which! has been lost by and Natural Philosophy. Brunswick Coller; ile.I _I) tie Clerk' O.i.ee of the Circuit Court for the
during the time -he under I IJrun wick, 111,1542.
his
April
diicaic proved fatal in three nr four hours, it was care. worked as yet. Tho cater.t and value of the mistaken trust and corTfilencs wlticb some Messrs. TJw. 4i Co.- County Jackson, We"tem Cir*uif FIcriJa. and

bein 'tlie opinion ofihe physician! that vitalily j The non-appearance of!Mr. IJcnnin at Commitvecr.iay these quicksilver mines is not equaled by of its members have reposed in a man, now 1 Gentlemen Itrinlcy have examined your Formula fur to me directed wherein Daniel Cook ii plaintiff
wisexcus'd hibCounsfl the and IJfuben Scott is delendant, I have levied
by
iva] destroyed ii! mnnmnt bn was attacked. { upon any other locality in the world.] occupying the presidency who had gained high the preparation of Corbelt'- Compound Concentrated f i upon
ground of the injury he had leccived. Ilk nm! will offer for salf, before the Conrf-Hcnserfoor,
Oibejt in the same neighborhood have Jike- medical attendant Mr. Parrot informs us that .in the Sierra; military Lemurs iu a noblu and patriotic rai: e. Extract ol i Sar aparilla. From n.y knowlcli'e i I in the town cl Qu.r.cy.on the first Moidat rn July
having stated, however that f sloe PI"it inprtilients.and Iron
win* tost a number of their slaves. Nevada, to the north east of San Francisco, and who. in order to attain time 111212 andivic properties | l5t?, within legal hours, the following: dfscribetl
the injury is not serious, il is, f course, antic the wt-llkiu'wn beneficial effects! which it ha< producct -
"4 have lengthy arcoisu's from CorpusCbni ihero i is volcano in active made and propertyto was :
that Le a operations. On honors, promises pledges which he !, cerfilk-d hv the most distni-iui-'hccl fhjsicuiirtaml -
i, of Ui< depredations of the Indians tie.twecH ipated will appear this moininj;. the 3d of March the heaviest snow storms in has, from incapacity lo fulfil his high duties, Chewislain the Cc-untrx ard most satis- I The following ICc;ro Slaves: JefF, Dick, Fields
Tne examination will and Snencer.
the N;t ces mid lh"? Ilio (irande.Tlipy .- Court Luke place in the Supcriur the memory of the inhabit allis look-place. or from iutentioaai d-'si u, grossly violated, f.ftoi jt'i. crrtaiiu-d by rri> elf. i sn fully rcnvtiiced Levied upon 3 Room, ut 10 o'clock A. M. it pirdirine creat e'Hcacy! in the
utered ihet-nvn of San Pad Legnn on A Uoston man, tianu purports
die llih fctolc a number! of bores, mid carted
tfl'q 1 j Jtt tiiis of Block. In this aGkir I Suicide of a Zludprcr.-\Ve announed I ly of fehftd. and started the first annum shire in Presidential fircc.In uthet ingredients ol prt-at aluVith R. F. JONES.
Jun. IS.li.'l'IIE .
Col. tinney and another man were hilled.Amraberof | telegraph, sass the iialtimnro Sun, that Ii. the place. The novelty of ti.u ihirsg alirart"l carrying out these purposes and intentions \ u uch respect, vn-trs Jcr ,

Mexican Indians crossed the | Cooiidge. the murderer of Mathews. and xvhoxvas crowds, and ho soon did a very profitable : the undersigned feel that they shell Maud P. CLEVELAND, M. D. UAKULLA HOTEL,

after,Entered the town of Cumtrga, hi Hod 'ntenced to be htjiijj, hud commuted! tti- business. Two or three Peter Funk eaUb"libhmer.ls | in need of tlie active and energetic cooperalioii :05EDtVATJD ERINLEY Jc CO-, Role Agents, AT NEWPORT SPRINGS FLA.
iciuc in It Ncs. Sand 4 South side Tanti.l; Hall, I'l.ston. ,
evczA\\ persons aud carried off n number of ptison. appears; to have been in soon stnrted up and entrapped manv I ; aid Mippoil if time undivided democracy LEWIS x AilES, A-4. rpHIS HOTEL has been completed, ardmJL

liot'icanc1: eat'e. consequence having been detected in a plot of the green miners who came down fruir life af iht eo'jiitiy. Thpaity in power Iuto.. Sole Asc-tiU for rjllahassee.I nv>w presenr* Ji the public a desirable

Cat; Adams, cube U. S. Navy, Lad ar- xvilh a prisoner, who was about lo be hihiera. diggings. So fast is the progress cuiliza- cured its ascendency by a frait>l upon the jen I _.__ _= .__, (ace ni resort for lisa appfoarhinj easoa.ll .

lived Gal and left fur the Satin led. to kill Flint, Us former -tu'lont, on wbis. OBITUARY.D"eclat 13 not d ;trr.cii ii'-cessary to speak of the ndta .raza
it vest oa, lion in (California I jik. and his mot shitneiuliy violated all the
derived from the and bathing tba
vvattr by who
e
he convicted of the .. >
i testimony was murder.i Mr. Parrot, who Ions sp -ril nearly twenty 1 pledges which it made to attain power. It ; !his residence at St Mark, in Thnrday.lhe7th have .rAuenttd[ tie Sj'iinsrs. Time virtuss of th*

psLrbe Cholera has broken out at Victoria, i Flint was to be luted to a certain place, where years of his lifo on time Pacific t.'oast. displays -il!! endeavor to mdi.i'ain its c. cedenry by ; instant:, !tLF1ED .!. 1IO3DY! .Esq., former. ware are well knovtn, and recaire no adalrtwn.Inadilitionto .

&si carried ofi2il tnenibers of the New-York ho xvas to In killed, in KUCI a manner as a thorough 1 n"x\ ledge of the condition the same uuycruj>uoii5! means. It is the pnrty !; 1 Ij f.f thmi' city, but f..r the last few years a residect I Ihe former attract ions, a* Ice House
would lead! the that he liuJ will be well filled with thi desirable article, and
a
F rerntnt California .snciat iou. Four ca- lo impression com. of California and an entire confidence in the represent the fbieigii senti/nt'iiN and principle1 1: of the latter place-a t-d 53 e3rs.
.Mint Garden near by. New Stables are being e.
milted suicide. A bottle be
s haG also orcurred in Waiiington county, was lo placed vast extent of her mineral urahh He has prepared now too openly prevalent Ju this country, -. -.---- .- ------ reefed and fisitots will receive every alte3ti eaJculafed -

cn tbeTirazos, all proving C.ttaj.EV.Yoz2 near him containing poison, and n letter conft'Kbin fur the use of the U. S. Government and \vh: :h$ are at war with the? principles! of I For Sale. to rn- ke their stay at the Spring* ]piPaa3

;: himself the murderer of Malhexvs. we believe, the most complete map of the our gf'vernmett: and with popular Jibeity. It FINE Law Library, roitsistir.ff: upwards of Newport, May tl>, 1S40. 0-3m

;, Juno 4-G P. .1!.-The dole TheVatdca found ott the prisoner the letter, Gobi Region which has been nnde. lie tells is the party which alwjys allies itself with A One Tnousjtid Vi .uaics, selected bv an able GEO. H. 3ESTWICK

ra iurunw settled down in tliit in \vith the details of i ihe phl, and at once fclintCoobdpe thai with which Liwver, with great care ar.d expense., The books ,
city an inini.tufiable us some yEars ago( ho vas offered the foreign enemy our country
and after lbu every all exc-ilent cor.diti'n.. A prioted catatD ueof Wholesale i Eelail i ProTisfan ttaler
np, shortly 'id him tlyin are in Grocery ,
; saner, and is milking; ii maiLs whole of the ground now occupied by San may happen to be at variance. It is the party
the bes callini the undesigned.
tVom The latter library can en by on -
oaallclastps 1 ofihe comniu.iity. Tlio projiortioi J : poison. expected, if the Frailcisco for about 510,000. that espoused time caiuo cf Great Kriiam iu For particulars! ftrrns, 4.c. apply to TALLAhASSEE FLORIDA.

deaths to the number of cases are j j jolsB plot piovcd successful ihut he would be hbcryted. There was at I auann: a rumor to the effect the war of 19 1 i, and leagued wiih Mexico in C. \V. DOW.1NGT.itahasee. TTEEPSconstantly on hand, and for sals at lh
lie hud promised l.i his accomplice June 16, IS!'). Cl 1 Sptitinel. IV lowest cash prices, fcr cahahI the articles in
puy: Sound [ ]
uncommonly large. that of 18 13.
a mutiny bad broken out on boirl the tIme war political morality, this ImeM busu.ts Floursol best qialitie,5oear.

Tli,Cour!"r, ol this inornSnp, sny : SlOOO lorimudeiin FJint.In Ohio arid that etr-vcr.'il: men bad bcrn c 'ecutcl fidelity tt iepubicai'! ) piinciples. and that spirit Dissolution. C-itlee. Teas Bacon Hams,Soap.CarwJlM, "uls, Rai

** Ue aii JH called alarfnifts addition to the suicide cfCnolide, Dr. which frowns sins, Lard, Whi.key. and alt other articles usually
] presume \ve $ not but neither Mr. Parrott nor Lieut. IJeale! of true palriotisni: ever upon
II: lit. I). who Mrs. firm of COLE & PARSONS at Cedar Keys,
Dickey TIlE
poisor.ed Neeloyat similar eirablishmenls. .Altpuor.s wan
: (found in *
i xve faK: ; as our c of the above article*,
Fail field, N. Y. a Jew days siticf, has also ins to purchase any are respectfully -
it now anioag us 1ft an epidemic, and remaining in San 1'i amocisrt,, with several oS: parly: shall be cxpeliiil from the power which Thorn.n 11. Persons, who continues the bsinessiautitiunizto invited to call and price then before buying -

tbatflisry| r<*cautioti th'Hiid Ij.i! 4Ied to cnsuroclcatiimcfc ; conmitlted suicide. He cut his throat \nth a lois oflkcrs, br.t IIR has done nothing of importance i it has; gained by such reprehensible beans, to collect( t he debts and rna.kesrlleaiiits.| elsewhere.

ihiouybcut tic citj." penknife; on Iwinjr found secreted in a house.Diekney since; hits arriv'al.I'o'ars and i is now ciereisinjj lor such usjjrs'iliableends. Cedar Ilt-ys, June 1, IS-tV- Store formetlv cccanied by L fc H. Hrecnbergi

vas ihe Fon-in-laxv of Mr, N., and And in this \.r.I ke invokt the A. II. COLt: Co.,corner ol M&nroe and Je5er an streets.
are entertained: at Sin Francisco great ? .
June 1C, 1SJS) 2-3v JAO. PARSONS.
Way 12, 1S49.! IP.
in
Sr.iLons June Tn-cniy-fivo interrt'jxirted perpetrated the murder reien e of his that the brig Lola from San IJIa*. with 55passengTsand energetic and untiring aid of evey patriot and

tiPiIWere far the t *niy-4our bouriTJiuroiay wife being separated from him by bad treat a crcvv of seven, for San Francisco every fri ?iid to popular liberty aid; free government irJLJ\ \RKELS( PRI31E FORK, Just Received,
Slmuldern,
' Vfl4Li noon-six'ccn cf which men!. bail b en lost at sea. .The brig \"oInnte assuring them that we shall endeavor 5n Fi ca b!>'l.ks St.bicon LouN and Western Flou;. PER SCHR. TALLAHASSEE a Ur5eand fresh

t're
Lord Ponsonby, in a letter published in the after the Lola, reports having passed at sea 'li that part of the! woik ofiefarm which Liquors UI all kinds. Juf received and for sal by Fl"'ir. Racon Sides, Lard, 2.c. AH of which will be-
lirhHi journals, says that to his own know! (;F.0. II. DESTWIC'K. sold at the very kr.-est rate for cash nnl v.GEO. .
Suite t;.- fr. flilrnore of St. Josh; IIHS j jjttst eighteen dad bodies, and pieces of a wreck. may devolve on mis.: Tallahassee, June 12. ISK ; H. BESTWICK.
dissolved has certain
returned fmm the Piaius. lie vent out c'dge camphor pioved a Several other vessels report having seen IJiit, while ihu *' UNION" will be mainly Corner of Monroe and JdTerson streets

xrith t company of Califurnia emigrants lie cure fir cholera, both iu Paiis, and Geunany, pieces of wreck in about the same neighbor devoted to politics, it will not overlook the Fresh Flour. May t 12. 1&40. 19

'YetIi4U miles but (tl Lie CIOCT&! was ko bud amid, if taken in time, the cure is generally el- hood. From all circumstances there 13 no demands 1)15110 domestic cii le. It will contain DARRELSjust! received per Schr.TaUahassee. ..

that came back. lie says that nnt less Ceded !before it is possil.Ie lo proeme a physician. doubt that the Lola has been lust and all on ell the important news of the day, and 15 GE). H.ilEGINNISS. Great Bargains- Real Estate.

than fevo hundred oftLote who had left &l. Ju- The following! is the recipe : board. devote a reasonable; portion outs columns to June Oth. IS40. C3-2w I WILL sell my plantation, G40 acres, one mile
N rll ot TdhIeha'ser. finely
'> > watered than
Ji'eczpr.-ne and a half ouuce of pints ,interest relating to scie-ncetbe ails, mere
sej4 h tad died. milters ( Tin Manufactory. one hall taniling/in liral'er, rich hatnm ck.af $600

Hemel 1125 w'agns on their w'ayto Callfomia. of wine ; one fj'urter nunc camphor dis. Hurling Sheep.-An agriculturist says, and general literature. pet a.re. Also, my Kuse and lojj: }in Tallahassee,

Much' dibtatiifaclion and q'tarrelling| fcrdreil in ihe wine. Gel a small phial of tpir- "1 wish to impress it upon every one- who THOMAS KITCHIE. HAVING engaged to tilt additional all orders workmen in our line, we in are a for $1.500.' Terms-One third Cssh.the balance in

<.':ti>te| atnon the einigranU.'J'Jifl its of hurtthnrn. keeps a flock ofbheep, if not more than half: EDMUND liURKE.TEUMS. protnut and satisfactory manner. All orders from two equal annual instaIlc.entfirm JOHN lit DoVAL.January

cholera prevailed among the Indian .* Jircilo,1.-First. give a lea-spoon (full dozen, that Venetian red is the best tiling I the country will receive immediate attention. A iSW.Bel Air. May 5, 1543. IS P.

untLej frontiers v..iy badly.Ourcity of hsrtfchorn in n wine gUus ofwater. Begin ever saw lo paini-maik sheep. It is, as moat DAILY per year 810 00 liberal discount given to merchants T. WHITE and dealer CO.*.

is almost entirely free torn cholera. immediately end give five drops of spirits of all know, a cheap red paint, only a few cents a SCM WEEKLY,(piiblisliedlri-weefc- June, ISIO. -3 ElacksmithingOOD. .

wine, (camphor,) filling the lea spoon wiih pound, and one pound will mat k n I thousand. Jy during iheseMsioa OOD. snb-sfanlial. and cheap BIacksr.iitI i g of

Sctsnil Washington.Krciy lou r yta rs, I the cold water and a JIttIo sugar llepeat this Take a pinch cf dry powder, and dtaw the of Congress) 5 00 Fresh Groceries* all kind* iUne af the Shop near ray Stable,. occupied

'''iigs ave a Secund \Vibhington" in the every five minutes until you have given three thumb and finger lino' the wool upon the particular WEEKLY, I 2 00 TUSTreceivins from New York and New Orleans, las tear bv Miller St Erokaw.Janimv20.1SI9. .

1ld *' would mark, loosing the J a full and choice assortment of Groceties, con- 3 A. A. F15HET
for President. If defeated, their Se. doseu. Then wait fifteen minutes and com.m spot you pow.
Clubs will le furnished as follows : of I5acon Man?, Sides and Shoulder
,
arl
time and it will combine sisthr n !p
Con.I Vnsiiiiijrtoti", glides quirlJy into oblivititxl )<*nc(! ngain as before, and continue half an tier at the same for 40 00 Mackerul No. 1 and 2, Candle, Soap,Flour, Coffee< S. S. Ifliight
( ihe Iail
'ill, woo Its unto tlr.it fctuliirun oticvhc : hour unless theie is returning heat. Should with the o'l of the wood( and make a bright Five copies of ; LardTobacco, T >as* AlmoniN, Candies New Orlea ILL continue business at his f>Wsi j d,

Lstj ._ ? one look of lingering ufTi'r.iion, buli : this be the case, give one dose more, and the red mark that rains will never wash out, and Five copies chime SEMMV'EEKLY, 20 00 Sugar, &.c.-which I offer low for cash. WI he hopes to waif on such of his (friend asbc.bervIcfooe .

f.oi'ssful, the s'sbhnie and iii chlcts fea- is effected. Lt patient -pe i spire freely which will endure from one shearing to an. Ten copies of tho ** ** 3500Fivecopic Store removed next door to John W \rzvle'9. extended so liberal a r>tronae> nani.
cure the wool. It j of tho WEEKLY 3 00Tcncnpie4ftho JOhN McDOb'GFtLL. in* that all fhall have good article* at fair ree&.
doe
1it other but not injure
f bi* character are deielupprJ just$ !n as on ibi life depends ; but add no additional M 15 W June 0. 1S2' ?* April CS,1S43. 17
b ihe manufacturer
l't'frti.n( as lie scatter he s'-oi's njj vjo- I cotfiin2.tr! j readily cleansed out



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VALUAflLG(; DISCOVERY. LEGAL NOTICES. Just :ncciv ; I Sale of E S. CAUTION KXTKA.

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DR. TARVIN'S LADIES' RELIEF PILLS In Baa of Ihe oame of*. P. Tuwiwend. ad ate his .
Chancer. ..t j_ New and Valuable Medicines-among which Apalachicola MMp PCI
THE lo the lion. I 6 I."An8panilay! *fetch tkey ell Dr.TVOien. 9anaa
the following: nia.:
A RE an *flectu l remedy (or the following painful MIDDLE CIRCUIT F.OHIA.IN G.DS ale at the of Leon, Jewim-aaCnf U Or.VCV.rrr Cttf.aftl.: tie. TV Tnw...,* toa
DEN CI D R.SPENCER'SVEGETABI.F. PILLS AND RESTORATIVE (
viz Amen- New York.on
JL and dilrf'6iir'ltma1 complaints, : rCUT ; npon <>doctor aad never "*'; Ml wa fimncrlr a worker MI mill

"r bc',or obstructed menstruation, Dvrmenotrboe, The Branch of the Bank of the BITTERS at 12 o'clock and on the t : Knight, mad.ese.r.aad the like. Tel h* ...s_.lbs title' "Or. H
rr painful and iinperlect mrnlrualitn. attended Slate of Albama. Compl't., Designed for, and trill cure. Dyspepsia Liver Com. lots in the City of Adm'r. the pnrp_ of falninf rrafli
ivith nick head-ache, JODttmellrofl!for aconsid.fcribU plaint, Piles, -Scrofula Jaundice-and all kindled map of the City. Many the public gal tn be drretTret. aa4 pnrthaM axme bat ike0JC.VC7.VJC
time and Chlorosi, Benjamin C. ( diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure and River, and are among ,
ttl "UPIIt.t l- Wet.ShfrifofG.ds. ORIOtJfJt. O/.Of> .J" *Tow...dpann '.
cr Rr4 n-.icknes", Lenccorina'a, or Whites-stot lies den County, Bill fo foreclose stale of blood. idences,as IN ell as \ having ne II tbe OM Dr',. llkea w. hi* fcitUj coat fA

and elC tht turn of lift-Suppression ol the locliia on the Estate of James Innerar- Mortgage. DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, .itto, the Wharves and tfip. aid )hia ,\a"rare acn the toss nf arn*.

during confinement, Spitting ol blo.or bleeding ofthegnffli f ity, dec'd., John F. Innerarity The safest most effectual, and pleasant preparation the Company, in front of to the Hon 'tlal Ofti 102.',,.'.-If_ .V<> Tftrk CV
C.uu'1I"ionsor : Lownesjolpint William P I Innerarity)., Santiago h before the public for the eradication of WOSM, in .i/*,, the unsold Lots I of Gadj- f.

*. Debility and Nervou ncM, Cost iveness, Barrenness Inncrrilv.l.ewi,W. Minor and Children or Adults. G'r"e'* Sound, or Bay, t on the es-

-and many other di cj.M- that are lio ledioui Heloise Minor Dcfendanln. J HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES: oWill r. a map or survey of"IM l said conntv..

to mention that are !} by an obstruction BF.ING MADE TO APPEAR b>' affidavit PRKVKJST Consumption and crm: all cases of These lots varwin size Executor.
Jcnerl cu.t
or waul of tone genital or. IT I hi? cause, that John F. Innersrily reside fe Cold. Asthma Spitting ol Blond Pains in the Side, are very desirable for

yond the limits of I be State of}'Ioida. to wit in the Shortness of Breath and all other Pulmonary Com.phint. ..iJ: the unsold Lots

They promote% all the secretions andc' rtlon1 State of that William P. Innerarily resid'S 3 Apalachicola: River, about

the female! organism; they effectually remove nut Albama. Circuit.of Florida, to wit, in -'L.IIO- described on a n.ap e r ta the Hon. 44ti. :

obstruction.! from the lemaliconts< ul ion,unless complicated the City of Pensacola in Ihe State of Florida ; that DR. HULL'S nVERGUr. PILLS. each; lot being 7SO feet Jefferson for \ dIc ;

with mne other d *ea:e. and then tell Santiago Innerarily resides beyond the :imits of the Well known as a Safe Certain, and Effectual Cure w idth. They are eligible l law.mills William H. .

relievo it. Craduilly introduced into the Astern Slate of Florida, to wit, in the N. ndof Cuba ; that t>r Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent 5; &c. I _

(heyrefctorc a healthy) action in the uterus and in i Lewis W. Minor and Hcloise Minor, reside beyond and all other Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-five ..1lo St. Vincent's fA Tlnns.: ,, ._ _.- _

appendages. The tat advanta-c and superiority of the limits ol the Slate of Florida to wit, in the State Cent per Box. mouth of Itteri'.er : 6 Om
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The Ladies' Relief Pills over all oilier medicines is, of f Viiginia; : It it therefore Ordered That the The abote Medicines flPhnd genuine are for o r ll.'Ol acrt'8, ( .-, 1i I 'i _

that while they eradicate dieaethey t invigorate I he I. said, named defendants do appeal and answer the bill! sale by LEWIS & AMES. ,: t thrift) growth ol Lite ( I, _

body. Many person* have been cure by the u,e of i 0 complaint filed therein, within the lime limitedto Tallahassee Fa. much fertile land suitabe! I \

these pills after In affliction oflln year-. In short, 1 I them respective! that i to say-Ihe said John For certificates of recommendation, and other information Sugar, Tobacco, the to '

these pill( are a perfect regulator of the monthly' j.'. Inneiarily, Lewis W Minor! and Heloise Minor. f concerning the above Medicinessee future I cultivation.Teniu : County, \\\j\ .

evacuations females. If t they are profuse ire I within the period of four months from ihe date of advertisements and pamphlets, which may be obtained of Sa/ .-Ten ( rt John :i -, \t, ..

ular. they (Ihe Relief Pills restore them to their j I the first publication of this order; the said William of the Agents. o sale, and on all : 11k.

reptlar Jic and proper quantity and quality, and 1 P. Innerarily within the I period of two months ; and March IS, 1S4S. 35 b.ilancein cash in 20 days I OLD JACOB TO"'NSEND1TIJt

do ll>ey are cart or obstiucted. I the said Santiazn Innerarity within the period sixonths will be delivered. On all ORWIXAI.IIIRO\.ERER OF TH&

Many females ire thrown into convulsions or Epi. riIcpticfitsb or in default (hereof the said bill of complaint Drugs, Medicines, &c. cn-dit of one and two )' I i Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla.f .

) the suppression or ob.tructiol of the ; may be.taken as confessed by the said defendants halt of the purchase I : ) to .the lion.
evacuations occasioned by cpld or some EDWARD BARNARD, JR. Pf. Towmeml H now abmil 70 \n>n ot .ff.ant b., !inst'P's
monthly ( j I at and after Ihe several periods limited to i in cash in 20 days alter Jefferson for
ash l DISCOVKRF.R of lb.o
cither cau,e.) and remain! objects of I pity and dislre | ,them< respectively in Ihi order. rrm'idfd.lhallhi! received, by the late arrival, a w here the purchase is less l ther Korne- ..\known!.\'. VRIOI.r.l70 a. Ihe .1UTIIOR W.V.-TY/> t.1RS.ir.1Klt.-*

the remainder of their lives ; these pills cure by re. order be published once a week for the term of four itI"-T"\S addition to his stock ol GEN t taken for the credit I_1.Kf\nf j*,*. he wu romivllrd| in t'amt itwiB>if rwr by

moving the cue which first produced the disease j months, and at the expiration of the said 'term of ) AND MEDICINES, all of s enl, with interest at 0 Executor. which menus il t bas been bl'C| oul of ot-rtel. and lbs .D.! f,'.
aa4 kiw
toror.betl In ltow only who had prorH iu worth. wil "
Many ladies, (Irorn imprudence ft some other cause, :> f,our months then (continuously once a month for I of good quality, lotr for Ca.,". contracts exchanged-deed < atn". It had rwiehtd the eAf' ofwin 7. neenhrlru.thrwe II'
take cold alter or during confinement, which causes I the t tthe.uppre'isionof1heLochia term of two months in a newspaper published i .\I..o.on hand a general assortment of the follow- pa\ments are completed. 0 I, per-gns who had been be-l. or ore d._..aDd .*--i

; for thatand all similai within the limits of Ihe Middle Circuit of Florida. : in i ;:, which are warranted genuine, \ iz : and upwards the deeds ,, I from death prnctni'nrd it. errttenrml wonderful

dia& H<. he Ladies' Relief Pills aie an effectualremedy. THOMAS BALTZELL.February : Mouck's Panecea, RowanJ's Improved Tome Mixture after the sale, and bonds hEALING POWER.
to Hon. Kn"wloc.) man* yrnrt a g.. lhal k* )::' by his -kit KjAllce
valuable! during i H.E
They are a aperient con.tioeml.nl A D. Wiltar'lIlJalarn of Wild Drandrelh's credit portion payable in
20. 1 9.
'H Judge. Cherry, for Ipftersl and n n.nce. Atvi'rA *n article wbirh "'ouM Nnf lacnlrHbM -
?, or to correct a co-tive liSbit, sick headache C. II. DuPONT Sol. for Compl't. Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor, i interest at &.c. They relieve bai rentics ; they' renew. A t rue copy : i Worm, Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland'sCelebrated The whole of this ( i the estate of II 10 WiRE It Into uni,er nl notire. .hr. Ih \lne tinwhl_

and invigorate the blood! give tone and aclmH to I j I. R..1J\RfS.'Clfrk Gadsden Circuit Court. Fever and Ague Remedy, Lucenia Cordial, :I a part of the "Forbes' : Adni'r. I non mean w""w'lire be-upplted known and this apprecia& d. Tb. lima baa cn.oithe .

the nef'OUI tstem, and are the mi1ct. \f1 the I j LESTER, Deputy Cltik. 'Thompson's Eye Water, McMunns'! Elixir of Opium, I Apalachicola Land: i I OR.I.VD .I'xr.ftv.ii.i.r.rt PRRP.IR.ITOXmsnrscrniei

most certain aperient known, ihev are .arlf!and i March 3 t, 1*. 19. !> Sands Sarsapafilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, \et from I the Spanish I II on the Urgent .cale.! alld i is cte.t! (.r lhrt,nB-
I I -m I the l.nth nJ breath of the IDn"l e-pMiilti! as II is fonait
innocent in their effect Fur ton ladies whobaearrived nit $
tig T 1 \ IN'a ditto, Gordon's Hillious and\ Anli.I\i>peptir Supreme Court of I the I of aegener*H n it drimurslii.n.
Incapable
to the axe of womanhood, and hoe Court of Probate, Pill, Mcckwitli's Anti.Dypeptic Pill, reters' andpl'nccr's therefor i issued to the I j I t'nlik younj S. P T wn,end' .it improYn; wUfc -:, asd

1 Vkteir. are too tee-ble: or relaxed to bring forward the MARCH 21st A. D. 1S49.STATI Pills, and i il Agent for S. P. Townend's State*. The usual to the lIon. I sever ch-\nte but f* the better;\>mnc Jl if ptfpiirrt.**rn .
.. .
,1
natural evacuations, the Ladie Relict Fills are a Jefferson for U>c pnnetfltf by a -/irntySe The hicknt knowl..l.
: Fi..oaint-Cotix OK LKO.N. celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at >1 per (lit purchasers. : Cbeinntrv and the Ute t duco-erTes nt the art. hae all been
prompt and efficient rt-medv ; and old ladies whoareabout 0. bottle. .Alo superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from Maps mac" be had at l de bonis non Druufb. ntw reitoiiitifl) In the maniifrtnre of the Old fir'

pas much benefit ( use e>f the e t will and -le t3inent ot 'SO !' aien.contain -flaY nm-i.ciatl; pro-.erUe-. and mme proi"rtk.
(! : sick or ordinary use than that usually sold London mail upon application to : .
I which ire inert or a. *-. and other- which If rrbtin-d in |>rewinn
rill*; they will *er"e to keep up. and auist nature Aichibald Graham dccea:>ed, Petition for distribution Porter, &c., &c. l fice from whom may be 11 ]:,I ; it for ne. produce fmnlutit. and tett. which I. i.urioui ..

in maintaining. healthy action I in tbe uterine (tine. i I, r6. r..1| thee I June 10, 1S4S. 47GRISWOLD'S mation that ma> be ;' I I! W the s>,tin. sonic of the pmp*>rt.e of 3anapnnllai.re
'
lion for .e,eral 'ear* longer. j, Am Ponder John Swain< Peter !tale of John New York, -\pril27, :i to volatile. that they ent.rey! e.a|' .wt and ve Itnlill lb.preperlifla. .

The e pills are the result of much and long evperjcnce I' .Carleton, Isaac N. Cook, aid Graham decea IMPROVED JOS. ':i, if they are DAt WMerTi-d.na..nDfalltwe.by a irutjie. pnttn
tlill" eiperietrrJ In it .MurroTcr
auil hate long been used by the i : h I Rachel Ms, and [C'. d] to the Hen. > nnwn onlT In
in\tntlt\ j "iff, Colin set!. Ignt' 5 theIC TflettU fnnttplei. which 8y 1I1fJI "p"r. or U an eihslmM.IJ. -
COTTOX ( for Letters If'
the happiest and most universal success ; they aie | Graham, heirs at law of f.IXS. May r.I IS I 10. IS umi-r hrtLare the'very"*e.1i4 virtual frvftrtttt at tktn
composed entire! of substances. They | Graham deceased. Subscriber will continue Manufacture. the estate oi( it *hlb five in it t Its Vlti.
.tjetab. THC I I|I Any penon c-nbmlnr-nrwth. tot nil they a Jiirk colored'
rnorhh', a! and tonic, on j Gins on his usual extensile scale, aided grl
TT whirh
made
this liquid.
a being to appear to Court that Collin For \ > '|' i ursre i"" "l the C."II' nuittrr in the root Ihio
and without injury to They J by Ion experience: first t chas workmen beet from thins ele. tll _
onijtuion" any. t J- Graham one cl thedendantsnarned in the said ? any \ c-n rh ;r tin thiin>ipldar Tawd
Lire with) cre. and are indwd j mateiials i and the most improved marhincry\\hich I! liquid. ..<*In wii ...nn.tM-rf, mnit men cull lt"S.ARPAMRIM -
t. plat I petition (if he i is in being: ,) resides beyond tlw I .A EXTRACT ."
tti SY&LL'
I j wr Bat nch
ite-ir nne iciplieLsdicV Relief Fills. Ma- I enables him to furnish an article which for faithful I' IS nscso.
\b.t j limits cube State Florida, but within; the limits i article )tr..wn ii, ;iipGENUIN1
cy tettimoniaU of their etlcacj could be prodocd.b31 I I] of the United States: // it tfitrtfore That workmanship, inability and superior performarre 6 will apply I I: OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSARSAPARiLLA.

a few only will b civrn. ss the public will be j|' ihe defendant Collin Giaham Onlrd. and is not >utpa>sfd by any offered in Ihc United States. ( Leon County .

letter able to appreciate their value alter lhehave j I nil sail$ petition within four months appear from Ha\iiu in addition to Reed's Patent Combination' of the I Thi. is 'o prepared that all the inert properties! .f the f+r
them Ladicfi.fhi? medicine is cflert-d Water-Rox REGULAR LINE : said county. '1I1'"n"! rt"-i are first rrm"\e'l. e'r.. tiunj .",.h'e'' tfo'lJOli..C
the sole
proven you procured at great coot richt to THE
ihe date of the first publication rf t hi* mder other i arid nf (
I YOlk aiid, St \ I or ermroL't n1 U emnct.'i and rejveied: tb.a
that %ou main a great measure become own i on Cotton Gins Devalin, W & Hancock's I II I ever/
your use KH .
of rr..llclll!
|I WISP the CotnpUinant's petition may be taken as particle virtn i Is .cllr-d in a pure and w>o rnt--t i
1b".ici n-.nj *hcr&hy rflit'" \ of many 1', cnnfe*.cd by said defendant. Provided, That this I celebrated Patent Oil-Saving Box. which: is conuid.ered I commence running at the I! ii>nii : and that; it n rrmi-reJ. ,ncIIJIae! <>f!<>*inr any of iura.
e dipeases frtm winch 'he male part of he !.I o far superior to any now in use.Having and continue throughout able and hexim;pmj>erte frr pa'eo1l" thiS W*,. II i is nad the
order be published once a WN k for the rm of four WARCALL'A Jo- iuut ("'.'('41 nicent in the
I JJrig I
II'ma race are "\ 'mJlt. Each bo\ contains thiil). month in I furnished eight hundred Gin In the Plan. : ,
some new.-papfr ;published in the County "OCILLA Cure of iiiimmeraMc thf riiricf: El.'JJ |Ir bux. i! ot Loco, and State aforesaid. ters last 1 season, which have chen nieral saii<. 41 LUCY ned, adminis the rtiv.n wnv *te bar cmi.riwn.lal"n on r-ery ikleI
;: nl. JAMES E. BROOM faction will he a Mitfirient guarantee: that his Cot Ho I in iu (liT." by men, women and cl Mlrcll. We And it doiag
of Samuel I
F O. Welch. Alhan SUWANNF.E:, ( i I wondei in tl.. cure of
.
; Dlu.ij ) nAercouutyCa.B. ton Gins arc highly approved.Enements .
: JuJrc of Probate. WACISSA, will present i j| rOJTSt'MPTlOA' I) TSP"PJl.. and l.irf.R eo.vPI4.Y7 -
&ha. DrupEKf. Tb'3na. iHeGa.lljmiltcn March 2J. JS1. 12-lm. : can be made on the most accommodating Court of Pro. i and m RUKl'MITISM. SCROfti rILF.$.
These j
Sharf*, Shaq'5 StC'1 with his ling are built in t I I co.'r/v.vr.'. all
\ I.m'nde! -- terms Tnvellitiff Azent, who will ,I I settlement CCT."i.F.R .p Ti c.v& n.y.
coar.ty, Ga. Jefferson Circuit Court. call on Planters enerallv,or !hv letter ad !ressedto ncr expressly for this ;: Pt.KS. BLfT1S.1. ai> S. Falrston. Drurzisf.Moiiticllo Fla.HBarnariJ. j careful and experienced I j IMPURFH' OF THE BLOOD.
Clinton
him Jones
Jr.Diuci-t TailahasfH. William Hailev: admr. (!e ) 1:CHANCERY.bonw at county, Georgia. na;cat the lowest I rates. : THEUS. I j It Twn' ieit mr elocj fliciri! I taal, t.m.u'tj"t.arliin:r",
I Gins delivered to Ihe purchaser free of ,iJt .
"
I.f John expense1and ; I Imdiffritm.frniH /tke 5uA fri m tllII'q'l.CI'I'III
:
W. Brla.oii k Brother, DruggistsMadUon i C. II., i mdCl'IOn. ..dla.Bl| forIMiefror warranted to perform well. COE, .\ : Ii 1 t.cm. Fla. Cmp. I ith-to 10 j culj feet an,t hjnds. rnid chi! ,"I ).1 .un. lli
i j ( ;0 e. : t t aside The Chetokee LVuntiesin (;t'orda; ,and h. Northeastern :!I' over ttJ it
And by tl at the Mineral ) CMii JOHN ) : |Ii hut nol It. e']'i- im..ntu Springs!, henry. Iogett, and Da. j .iancefi.c.j part Alabama, will be furni-h, d l with Gin I and rni'peri' ..rtuon pt'l.ulC stncturt uf th*
Lowcdet county ', Ga.. I|. vid Barrow (rom a branch of his business at Prune Fld County : one of Ihe : lunit. throat and every i.th-r ptn.
,j llJir. Ji j jIT Georgia, kmmn as the firm of Griiwf.lcf & King S Theus, I I I But io n>ith n( i, It, .c.)'.De., oif m.\oifeitly< aeetandacowlrd
i appearing to the eati-.fjction of this Court : 1 12 I :ed than in all t-n-it aid .L..r. ifEMALE
1 1 ; byatiidavit Any orders to their address Rome, Georgia, will f'wportu u : his ac.1 I }'
MAE COUNTY. i made in CO\PL.\INTS.
>ISON this cauct that the said dt-fcn- attention. of Probate I

Some time about riclt\ >ears ago I miscariied.liichwaslrifsecond '',dants!re-ide out (.( the Slate of Forida. bnoi.d; the meet prompt SAMUEL GRISWOLD. WHITE and dis- : t"It H""]"orks if>*. Otiftrncttii.wonij in Safprrtttd.-*.,of F tar ut .1bu Pn-itftJ or.V mtttt..uu. Ire itL'tnf".IIJ r-

\ time that I Iliad done so.Slirrtly .- :Jurisdiction of this COUll, but in tnilcd State* : Clinton: May 21Iw IIA.MILTOX I I sty o* Ibe nrotrusl I TI.N|. nnj fve like ; and is aienecta.il
;I / 1' Orderid, That the THEUS. !! i ia I'"rill' all the."., of Kid.iy J.J..u-
] alter the last mi.cariacc I wa compelled to t laid lieniy Dog.K -- -- -- .
K*- and David Barrow do and the: :TX.\ INSUlt INCI: ('(UII'-\\Y i ned '; !i By removin "l.tlro'UnoA and teu.aiing thecearitl vtt-
lieout in thewood all night fiorn the Indians, which appear answer rrlll1II1d'rl have leaded j tern, it liret. ne and stitnjth lo the whne bod>.4BJ tau
caused me to take cold, which caused an obstruction Bill of Complaint ft in llu cau-l within lour HARTFORD CONN. cities all furroi i>fi
of; the monthly cvaculjong; which cn'irely disappeared rionths from the dal the publication of this order jears. The mineral !!i| "ersoiis diseases and debility
or the said Bill will taken generally known that it i 1 and Ihui pre-enu or k.rirt a of other mladleai -.
tic fur tre.lT.iniy
about three ,
ear azn. jnt 1Cn. lia\c: I confentnl TIE undersicned having lately been appointed 1 azainst ,.,,
been subject to violent attacks rpilrpiic 1it.- I : ;in-1 them ; .'lltili* ," ,!,, d, That pub J. tln-ir a;oiit in I this virinil) wiU iu-ure Buildings on To that t hose'Ihjpct.alhicted"illt l a"U ,tat c of ,' t'piirftu SftMl Filt.t-nf.C' -riu'j.i.Sif.AVur./TM.. At. rae Vte

Some two months "inre. I obtained three boxes of lication ef this rrdet be made in bnine newspaperpublished and Stocks 3ain,11J"" b> lire on tin* mo>t favorable present them I It clexn e. the bliMML e-citei the livrt>benlthv athe. Suites

Dr. Tanin's Ltdir.Heler Pills, and Ihry' have relieved I, atTrflldhasscc, once week for the space terms. Persons w ho wish to renew I their in. 'I! pepsia, and the thousand within 1 IkeIomch.end and n.e, ;.MM] df; :ion reltevei Ihe kweU o.
i of four inonlhs.I to, we would respectfully tnrjM cin.oI.nl.nn.| aiiajra IB Aiuim->n. pnnfie* le skin.
me unpleasant disease abo'e men- j Durance with this Company can do so mi applies. indebted I -<;iinlutheirculiiMrti of the bhi.4. pr>Htnc>n* tlcwariuibi
tioned, and (rom experimental knowledge I would I certify i t the above to be a true COfrom the icc01 I lion to R. U. POST. I virtll-beliein from : 1 Dually all over the bi.I. and the in.rn.Wprnpir4oo; reUiei -

recommend them to all my in affliction I ds of Jefferson Circuit Court. Tallahassee, April Tth, 15?. H-ll cures effected bj its u-e Adcai.pay. ,i ail:t itriciure and ti hlnerrnvive all nMtnictiai, and
i ,
4 la benefited And I in-ic raiei the entire nerTnn It this ,
C. G. FIFE ly we | lyitenu nnt the
Clerk.
and Ido think from
expeiience I have ha j -
they are worthy ol all that i is claimed for I Ihem. March 3l.lSli). 13 MILLER & -nOKA\V'8-1' Spring, that in Ihe event i II The raediciue you prc-eraiaenily n'ed; !
after a fair trial, there will I I Rut can any of the e thing be mul.'I5. f. Tnwn e MOLEY OVIHSTRIE.I State of Florida.--Middle Circuit. Livery & Sale Stable i iTALLAJI. The seekers of pleasure t our arlir'** Thi T'>nne IIIHB'. liaiiHl i* nut t" he
do hereby certify that I the above ceitificate is literally COMPARED WITH THE OLD OB'S
Sarah M- Whiting, In Chancery in the Circuit I'lace to while away their accounts beraa > of one GIINIFACT.
true Imm in own knots ledgp. ) my ; thit cbs one i* l.NC.fABLE
> lF.f:, FLORIPA. _
I I The Hotel having t been of UKTEHIUK.Vno.N. s4NIVER
*
.
Court for Wakulla .
of
GEO. E. r* > County, on t Judge i
Madison Fla.near O\'FRSREE Francis B. Whi'irg. ) Bill filed. THE have moved up to their tire-proof !i I made comfortable and l settlement I, SPOILS,
County, lamilton\plil Stables and take thu inform to while the other DOE ; LGIITUI. and V Li.
opportunity( lo ., we hope gite general : of the ', frrmcnltnf. i*/
23d, 1519. to the satisfaction of Ihe Court that estate ietUu ci'nl&iaing it intoframenu. the
IT appearing their friends and the public generally of the Our arrangements for ; ; loar. acid llqai etplo
the Defendant, B.! Whiting. resides in and j ill DR. and 'm3.n; other goods! >!at not Ibis homje compound
Francs fact. I tllan1\11111or the liberal enable us to he
lieing patronage they keep as good pm-onoui to the sa.m7W5m' tti iuttnitrm
Texas of the United I dower allot- About ten \eats ago and shortly after confinement ,one Ill States,and out have heretofore f'ce\.tI.lllf'v solicit a continuance- the: South. a/r-aW dutittd iet\acid' \VTiat cane Dyiiifwla bit!

I look cold' which brought on irregularity and nb., I| of tbi I State so that culinary process cannot be ser-" of the same, and pl dse them -I\'f'! to spare no pains! The stable! will be \ ) as( widow acht.acid T what Do we misrhirfi not all k.i-m that when lut-d tnnn la nr siii.-
vfd him : It is Jicrttd and ordera! ountv. I it pr dures 1 fritnence. beiutbnn. palpitation
struction! of the monthlv evacuations accompanied upon tht./lr' for the accommodation ot those who may patronise I i der that the country : nf the henrt, lirrr ciimani. diarrhc-a. dyxaley. coltc.
That of the facts I ,
in
a said
with Lencccrlicpa, or \\ hites ; from that time, hearing charged bill be 'them. Their Stables are situated on WashingtonSquare ostlers. I and c-rrapt.m of the bLood I ULat ii Hrofola botaa acU
my had on the first Monday in September next at NewPort humor in the body 7 What prudures all the hninni whl! !
health gradually declined, until I was brought to a in the most! cotfevenient pait of the town and Passenger* from twin-
in the I on Kinplinniof the ?k.n.
ald
of Wakulla which p Head.Salt Rhexa. Erjipel.il.
county at time said -
Uw state <>f Sealth that. I for comfort and convenience be meet with no \Ybitc
very NO was !clcll ableto defendant they cannot surpasrdbr \ welline--. Ker Sue-, and all nlcerttOBi Internal
get about. I took medicines from i. may appear and plead or an \<'r to and I any Stables in the Southern count my. tor to the Spring as County. I and external T U 11 noihin? under heaven bit a n a04iub.uLir.ce.

cians and found but little relief, until I began to assume That defend against said bill. .1ml it further oidrrtd, November 1 18, 1S45. 18 bring them without any < I body nuire. which nr !I.*,,.s.tnr IVhat and thai JfxiiU alt the fluid of lh
a copy of this order be published in some can-wt Kheumali-iu bnt t tmir ir
one
a pale, sickly appearance, and the least exertion of the ; Board will be moderate. 18.f9. j acid fluid which in-inuatet itwlf betneea thejninti tnd el-e-
caused my neck veins to throb, and. had a week neWpapff printed in this Circuit once a LEWIS & AMES, security >: where irnttting and ind-mmp the delieae uuuv p.o which,
for least three U -cut
at months. So
shortness breath, until sometime last December aid '! if nervous di ea>es. nf imponty of the ilwiA ol
THOMAS BALTZELL DEALERS demnced circulation, and Dearly all tie ailiuenu whh aflliet
obtained from Dr. T.rvin some of his Ladies' Re. Judge. April7.1S49. 14-. in lieu hainaa nature.

lief Pil. and I do hereby certify (hat I have found Newport, May 12, 1S49.- DRUGS MEDICINES: PAINTS, OILS, .--. Moore be p'i Now u u out nurrible to mnke and MIL anJ raf.it;* wtrit

S from them than any medicine have ever June A t 2 rue, 1849.cop): GEO. 22 I. BRYANT. ,Clerk. Toilet Artirlrs, rrrfumcry, !r., Window Glass MEDICAL appearing to'> SOURLN'G louse thii FERMENTING. ACID COMPOUND
taken and would
therefore
recommend them to PAI.NTKBs' BnUtilir.k AND COLORS, Luke Moore,, i t OF
S. P.
j TOWNSEND:
,
females in ,imia situations State of Florida.--Monroe County. ,Apothcrarics GI-fi! AVare, AT.11E Dr. Lester Crook, j and yet he wonM! f.nn he it nntlvrou.>d that Od! gp. J-tofc
SIRLETER HODGES. I I above constantly on hand: ,:and for vale at the O ESPECTFULLY of Florida, ort Town-end's irar O-Tj'-ai Stniparut*. is aa IJU'IATIOX
I do hereby certify that the above Matement, made Smith Mow,, ) JL lowest market prices. IV e.ral that he has him- 1 t';; nf his interior prrparttum *
vs. V BILL IN lleaTen forbiii that ne h.il.i CHANCERY. aa article whi
*
by wife Siileter is and this LEWIS & AMES. Monticello Florida and be served I
my jUlt true, 14th Dec. Lawlon. 3 bear the iuowosendcru/./
Joseph
ISIS 1 A. HODGES 1'. Tallahassee November 20, IS,17. IS unless professionally the said| and which should hnn d-ma UJKIH the OtE! Or.surh a aon.ula
Lowndes TT appearing to me br. affidavit t that Jmeph Lawton, loaditf complvin!!and criminntionf from
be A-enu
do who
County, CCOlh Dit., G. M. -> -- -- --- --- -- -- ----- paid to all professional appear j lave -old
I defendant in the in the aloe I and purchasers w ho have used S.P.Tow nsend's FtRili-NTLNU
cause
resides '
IJi fl. Confectionery and Bakery. May 5, IS-1 IS from the COVPUL'.ND.
out of the ( Florida and in __
,
Europe:
or the said 1 !; We wiab) it nndentnod. beein-
KINDON would infoim his friends and it is the eWafe ntJk. that
A CAID. It i. Ordered That said defendant appear and an HENRY] : MMO.V TOWLC. the prayer j i 8. P. Townsend's article aad Old Dr.Jacob Towa.nd'i Sarsapanlla -
swer the said bill within the time generally that he has on hand, and are hpaju-ide tmj
law
flR. W. J. .\ ha. located for the prescribed by of this or- j ipart i.fia1re5 ditnmlr; that
.1?. Summer and.I'al:at the Mineral Springs pre-vr.1 on the otherwise it shall be taken plO confe"so.t in further audi is constantly manufacturing CANDIES of all kinds, I TOWLE months in 'j io they ciiniinnn.f are nnl-ke. in every pnit.cular, huYin;not one siictd! tbjnj
as:
RlvEr, eight mile below Ordered, That a copy of Ibis order be published PEPPERMINT LEMON Altorotji and Tallahassee f\\' 8. P. Town-end U no doctor and nerer wus. Ucnernti. io
Lowndcs CountyGa., where he Troup'it in some newspaper printed in t Ihc State of Florida DROP IE, no pharmcentiam-knows no ni.'re of ntedieii or dUea -
Cf :AMOLEMON formed an than
Chronic diseases i onco it month fui nine months. CANDY HAVING e any other ci>uin )n. unscicniirte. unprufesi maa.
principally. He just received will attend 1 Probates. what rirt the
can have
JOS. B. WI NTERGR EEN, HARLEY CANDY, r public that they ire ncei mf *
m choice selection of medicinedirect from Savannah. 1.-CASrR. HOARHOUND Middle Circuit of Florida, ---- Centime scientific medicine rnnutininK a1 ti* vimeiof the
with Key Wll.March 2 .A. I). 1S19. Fa. ; article u'ed In pr-paru:it and which are rfchaaeri
Persons incapable
Eruptite diseases
eS.Cir. of the
head aficte1 scald THOU. F. KING. Sn|l. for Cotnp. And various others, among them several that arc U. S at I which might render them the AGENTS of Dweai *aieaJ of
IWtltl old ulcers, sore Irgg, &.c., female A true from minutes useful (for colds and couh ,and i ill prepared momanu.facture to their care will receive July, at the benlth.
and other old a fleetions copy .lp : 03- Office in the 'I But what elie shnnlJ expected from h. ks notllIng
that should think to crfnic C. MALONEY, Clerk. any, and all kinds thai may be ordered, both. I Capitol.Ftbrua county, the I f coinpiMtivrly of medicine or disease one Itreqaire* > a w i-ersnii-
proper H. 13 R. L. HICKS 1). trhohsale and retail. ry 17. 1S49. ; I i of mm* etpenence b>cook and serve
be A"ri By C. up e\cn a romimn detent
to be well
under1lcare wl1 apt satisfied with He is al'o prepared to carry on Baking; in all its of the N end, meal. How much wire iiwportantU it that the person a ho man

cures tr.almenl.of 'fhi. mineral water has made many State of Florida.-Middle Circuit branches, from the plain Loaf of Jiieadttu I tile mOIl WTjfAITHER J R 2, N & E I kfactur WIAK medicine, dcsiened for
V'peilaGrnel. Rheumatism, aie.,and he exquisite Cakes and Pin. Patties and the I STOMACHS AiD K3FXFBLXD STSTXMS,
hopes by Isj t they will cure many Daniel Ladd.Couip., ) __ always accommodated by giving I timely publiccan noticeat Receiving, ( above or less. I should know nf well the and im-dical pri>| more. Dr. Tarvin will v*. tract .I itcirmj cnnrentrttin; their healinr irtnes..
cure afflicted I the Cir
negroes withchronic Chanct'in the Bakery and Jefferson *lao aa etten-.ve kcuwede! of the .
Confectionary on sired Tan--.i disease- c arteet
is wood
disease, by cor.tr.-ct for interest Au mfus Steele Eliza- it( Court for 'JJ.LE rl to H Ihe human
an in them. & Wakulla opposite the Jluttion Room If R. II. steni.and h-iw to sd'u; reniejiri ti> these disease*;
This loation is remaikably health- beth, his wife, Elizaj tin j on Di!! filed. Tallahassee Dec. 1C ISIS. Berry, E'l., It is tn arrest tram!* upon lie unfurtontte. t>pour Mini into
May : 164'.,. beth Coltingham, DePls.j J 22 \' security, 1 Hounded humanity to Lintlle h".e in the : |iainDmsntu.. in
Dealers in restore health and Mmnn. and
16-VJ i v.sr .ntn the crutheciand bn-
,
LT appearing to the satisfaction of Ihe Court that( Spring and Summer Clothing. ken. soil tn bnnish InfIrmity that OU>I>R.J %CIlBTOV.NSEM*
Sttorei, own for Bowel defendants reside this State, but not in Liii 62 1, 1SO.- | baa SOUUMT and ruLAtl the oppurtunily and nteaa lo brmf
Remedy) Complaints Circuit in which the bill is it therefore decreed CI .\ltK & STIM.MAX are now receiving a "'"b. J, 19.19. 5 payment i is : his

THE Flux Root if a specific remedy for Bloo- and ordered. That fledt! said defendants small! but select assortment ol SPRING AND \ I Grand Universal Concentrated

Flus, Diarrhoea, !). watery, &c. It is .the do appear here and answer bill on SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a few articles GEO. ,\r. I I Keiucdy
Illcomplinan'j such within the reach,and fc> the knowlriitc r>f alt who aed iftaI
simplest, jet the roost certain and rtfe I the first Monday in asJrhlIs f
remedy ever August !ale wi be they UMT learn and kauw, by ful eiprrienre. it.
diICOflr.J. a few hours will be sufiicientto cure I he taken for confessed, the maltt thereof (. accordingly )rap d'Ete, Trauscciiilent I'ower Co IIcsI.

mast violent cave. II was frt discovered and uned : Provided, a copy of this order be CaBbmeretlcB, Marbelllcs, ic.
by the Chuochee Indians ( Complaints with published in some one of the newspaper printed in Suitable to manufacture, and to be disposed of for TJLL.1114 S before, late the of Sold wholesale and retail by

eminent success, and by them I the use of this very this Circuit once a week for two mOlt h.successively. CASH, and CASH ONLYat moderate profits ; and on Mon THOMPSON. SKILLMAN & CO..

valuable! root was made known to the whites. This THOMAS BALTZKLL, Judge. would cordially invite their old iricndsaud customer Me "ri. H. BOND J. W. inter 102 Nassau street, New Toik.

tnt fourilht.n the *alle}'1 of Western Georgia, tewpnl, Mav 12, Ih49.- to can and purchase. F. II. FLIGGT. estate to wit And
: by LEWIS & AMES
: It u GEO. L. BRYANT Clerk. Tallahassee March 17 1Sl March ,
( 10.
neatly put up, ready for >: 11 10, IS 10.. W the E i
we, in Cunr,papers, sufficient to cure ocveral cases, June 2. IS 19. 22 --- & W; the S Agents, Tallahassee.!
at SO rents per paper.For Land For Sale, s1. @ IDOAllorncy 6 ; April 21, 1SIO. 1G( -ly

.Ieby JV. Brinson t Brother, Madicon C. H., Middle Circuit---Leon County. Jl RARE Clf.i.VCE SoI Ihe _ ___ __ -
and Lot )
Fla. ; E Siexas, Thoin>I'it.Ci..S. Pule tou, MOIL Silas .. Burney, ) In Attachment. land 1.no..na.lhe "Overstieet one Raif Road Notice.
ticello, Fla., and by Jr. .Tallahawe THE Tract0 Monticello Quincy.
Fla. E Druggist, \ Sum .wor to $SO -49-100. IIl1rth of Tallahassee, near the Thomaa- the one-sixth

,1849. Isaac Hutto. ) Bond in $1GO 0. ville road adjoining GOT. Branch's plantation, containing WILL: attend the order of I Ihe

!} : is-3m THE defendant and all otheis interested are here 7 or bOO acres. \Vill be sold low, and on and of the ol the tie-

notified of Ihe institution of the above suit. naticfjctory terms t to"bne wishing to purchase. For Eastern Circuit.March3l,1S49.. ,Admr. U hereby siren to the Slockhold-rs of

S. S. KNIGHT, and required t ' .filed therein, within Ihe time prescribed by law. or DANIEL LADD New Port.
Wholesale Retail Groeer & Provision Dealer Wednesday,27th day of June next, an election \\ifl
& WALKER SL"GWYNN Jan. 13, 1S40. 2 If Thomas be held at theOtrlcc of the Company inTallabasee,

TALLAHASSEE, IXOHIDA May 26, 1849.- 21 Alty'sfor Pl'i._ ATTORNEY AND C for seven Directors to manage the affairs rf said

KEEPS constantly on hand,and oftr for sale at a Florida Middle Liverpool Salt. practice in the Company for twelve months (from that date.

advance on cont, for cah, the standard Circuit.IN 1] ) ECEIVED pr Schooner Lucy Blake, 600 Sacks WILL, of .the R. K. CALL, Pres. T. R.Ca.

articles in 'his line. Flours of approved qual. GADSDEN CIRCUIT COUR'r.Archibal \ Liverpool SJt. For vale by preme Court and United Tallahassee, April 7. ISV. 3m-14 [Sntinel-

itie.-Sugar., Cotfee Teas, Bacon, Hams, Pork, McI hatlpr. Guar JOHN DENIIAM. Tallahassee.)

Sap, Candles, Lard, and all similar. articles-to. Thomas Wilks, ATTACHMENT : Newport, 31st March 1819.Pickled Monticello, January 29. Pure Sulphate of Quinine.

with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions Nuts, r*. } Sum sworn to $1IQ L rpIIE' subscribers have on band two hitndied and
RaJHins Fig, Atcnondqand all other John Mullet. f upe.
article*usually Johnson. Medical JL fifty ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, whi h they
Wine Vine-
found in similar catablishrnenla.Store TilE defendant and all other infcrested will (take K:A BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLET, of have obtained direct from the manufaclare, and

next door above U. H. Mcginnis, on Monroe of the commencement of Ibis mil by attachment
street. and appear and plead lo I he declaration fie For ale low by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. DRS. WIRT & CALL .c. &c. We have enlarged our stock of Drugs ant Medicines -
April 29. )849. 17 led in this the practice of \ sale by
ly cast R. E. GIBSON Newport, November 25,1S4S. 19 by recent arrivals, and are prepared lo arrute
ORMOND.
May 19, 1849 20 Ally. of Pitt. offer their services lo the orders (lor articles in our line, at wholesale ot retail,

For Sale.d Iron, &c. Office over Drug on the most aecgmmodating terms.

TWO BUGGIES anJ two HOR. DR. J. S. BOND FULL assortment of Iron,2 to 7 inches wide, August 5, 18-18. We have also a few account yet doe fo us for the

SES,cheap. They will be sold brptrately OFFERS his professional' Ft'rvift'I'.to the citizens A 40 kegs Nails, assorted sizes, FEW HUNDRED year 1847. They are generally in small 3lT cunts.

or together. Enquire at this ( liM"*e and thllurrol.iMJnscouDtrl'Office Just received and for pale byMcNAUGHT A For ,just re but if the whole could be paid shortly. it wrnld g*

tmct.f at Col. Fisliei's Hotel.( & ORMOND. far towards liquidating certain sums which w? oe-

April 2 1G47. n J.bv. '29,1817.I 45 !l i Newport, Marcb 10, ISl1. 10 Mayt2,1Sl ?. ORMOND. LEWIS *i AJILS.
April 29, IS45. 411"'L -

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