The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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THE FLORIDIAN &, JOURNAL of Congress, subject I Ihe further order of Congress. teaches that -- -- -- ----- -- -
although the tree be dead the
Approved Match 3 the Boston
JbH.I. Pathfinder.
_- I -' }may entwine, was a man of science and THE OLD ANECDOTE
rjts: : [No. 17] JOINT RESOLUTION for the relief ofiact ion. The following spirited Biographical Sketchof As II.
Joseph Emperor of' Austria
in is also the S031ETHnG OK A ,, was
made in blue-eyed
navy as expenditures region BUT TOO NEAR
THREE: OrtLLAKh; 1H'r annum, if paid in advance. KentuckJ ; \ Gen. Worth driving his horse cabriolet
'THREE pursuance ol orders during the *ar with Mexico, a leauties reside in t that glorious coun. THE TRUTH TO MARC MUCH )'CN OF. is copied from the Philadelphia one dressed to the
: ANI) A nut, if paid! within tlix months
FOUR and for other purpo es. try, who, that is brilliant Buletin : garb of a private chizn, he was accosted by
I>oM.AKsifiiot paid wit II the end of the)ear and glorious, I see him
Resolved by the Senate and Jfotixe of Representatives at hs case, a soldier who him for
tfcj These tel ins will be rigidly adhered to, and of the Unitfd States of .Imcriea in Congress eclipse those far.limed Children of the Sun, With his anxious,cheerless face Worth has been compared and not unjust the middle a man

no f aj cr will lie discontinued until all arrearage arefid assembled, That the accounting officers of the "ho are worshipped and deified by the ancient Worn and brown : ly, to Mural.] His handsome person and his class, requested a seat i the vehicle. .-

unless at the option ol the publishers. Sub. Treasury are authorized and directed to credit pursers Yemmasees. Whoever has resided in And Ihe types unceasing click, dashing courage forcibly recalled to mind during '
scribers will be received 'lor three months at One of the with made them As they drop within his stick Willingly,*replied the in
navy payments by toro has I lived the 'jump ,
in the land with Mexico
Kentucky and war the
Dollar) ix month I at l ( Every' beauty Seems of Roland of Napoleon's .
-? HVJ. order (for t the caraving. hostilities!! against.Me.ico. during the oflove where : Lite's old clock the tick, comrade, 'for I'm in a hurry.
paperuut of I his county must he accompanied with tat Running down. army. American officers .
e war wiui* I hat ixepuunc, wneiner the e penui- participated soldier
the cash, unlec the oiilcr comes through; any of cur tures were made on land or water : Fiotided, That S -the gods and their loves I Years have in as many battles as Worth, none, The was soon seated alongside ofthe

?C;ularly authorized agents in the State. said payment shall have been made under orders of hold an eternal, and a glorious, and unchang.ing And the years printer away long Ion. perhaps, in such brilliantjind numerous vic a emperor, and became very loquacious.
the naval officer in command, and approved by the apotheosis. And, to add to the interests noy: and man; Ive tories. Frominentlydistinguished in the War Come, comrade said bt slapping the

ADVERTISEMENTSV'fll Secretary the Navy: And provided. That satisfactory of their superior charms and merits, they unitea Time was when step elate of 1812-then in that under emperor familiarly) on the 'are yoir
inserted at t the rate of One Dollar per square vouchers ate produced to establish such pa)' matchless of Distinguished i his gait ofForida-thcl good at guessing ,
wents. spirit with their other Taylor at Monterej" .
of twelve lines for the first and for gallantry And his form finally e campaign '
fifty cents : was tall and straight, Perhaps am, Joseph, '
Sec. 2. And be it 'tljer delectable sid try me.
.fui resolved, That and against the of
subsequent insertion. A reasonable deduction every powers en- We now scan. city \ he ran a career Well then
\ciItie) mule on legal notices, estate not icen, disbursement of public moneys or diposailf public chantment.' If there be in all New York, a Tou alike fortunate and brilliant and one in my by. conjure up your
year.I I stores, made by order of officer of could see him day, wits and tell had for '
commandin' breakfast
ly iiotues without alteration, by having bachelor who is every which and m ?
persons sighing and realizing glory
the'navy, which shall be objected to by the accounting dying, As he parsed along tLeay promotion followed hand in Sour krout !
regular: accounts with the office. .
officers of the tortures of'antalus, the labors of To his toil hand. But alas just when the
All life Treasury in the settlement of the ; war i over, '
announcements of candidates for office, FIVE Come of that '
rvM.nith-invariable in advance. No attention accounts any disbiirsingtofficer,shall neverthecl Sysiphus, because of the absence of a ladylove lie labored might and main, and the time has come for him to Jrespose on : 4 none ,comrade-try' agin.

will be paid to any {order for announcement,unless I be allowed to such disbursing officer, com let him go to Kentucky, and wed a Rock. And A living scant to gain. his laurels, he is cut off by an i ignoble disease the Perhaps a Westphalia ham
manding b%' whose order such disbursementor some interest small attain Emperor, willing to humor his,
accompanied with the cash ofic'r. castle, or Knox county mountain divinity.! In (he soil. in a paltry frontier town. Such is hu. comapn-
dispo made,sallte held accountable for ion.
An l religious:; tn Uria l', and obituary notices published erl man life.(; Such is the
giatuitou"Iy; hut editorial notices lor private t the same : Provided, That satisfactory euidence ofsech CHOLERA TREATMENT And hope was h-'gh! at first. Worth earthly glor. Better than exclaimed the soldier.
benefit, will b>> charcd; as adwitiscmcnts.JOB order. and of the payment of public moneys or IN TURKEY. And the golden chest he nursed claims descent from one of ear tLat.

disposal of. public stores under the same, shall be The New York Commercial republishes a Ti he found liest Puritan settlers. He was born in 1794, from Sausages the Rhine and Hockheimer'

wonK. produced.No. letter from H. G. O. Dwight, a Missionary at hope was but a glare received a plain but substantial education, Better ?

We are well piepred to execute Job Work, such. [ I IS.] A RESOLUTION- ,. Constantinople, descriptive ef the} cholera and And In a cold the and frosty air, and began life as a trader's clerk in Hudson, 'I do/ than that-d'ye gire up ?'
10 fix the of
2j hills!!,r.irdi:., blanks, ;pamphlets.ttith neat- the second section tlfan act for changing meaning the location its treatment in that city from which we make Barren prol.iC. pictured fair, N. Y. When the War 1812 broke out he
Jie s and despatch. All work ol llii dc ciipticn.( the } ground. Open your eyes and ear, then said the'
entered the
of the land extract
office in the Chippewa land district following : army as a private, but did! not
Incept. for persons having yeailv 1 accounts with and establishing additional land He ne'er was rfckou'd bad, main the re. soldier! bluntly ; 'I had a pheasant,,ty Jove f
an district cholera, which when long in ranks. A fellow
the office! uiut be for fairly nut'e who
paid on delivery.BY seen him smile shot in Joe's '
in the
State of Wisconsin. right glad Emperor park, ha, ha !
seated is one of the most of all Attadtlr' had enlisted with him, having: been
Senate and How woes, placed When the
--- e8ordb0 of Keprestnlativfs exultation of the stHdierhad sub
--- diseases desnisin WHile under
? all human art and skill. a frown arrest for some indiscretion
lot fitates corresponding spplied to
oj Clit'd oj .itnetiea in Con. sided, said
Joseph ]
AUTHORITY. /r'8' assembled. That the word "territory," in the and mocking all the assiduities friendship in Where Would spread his features round Worth for advice, who undertook to write a I quietly
-- section of the act An for chancing almost virtue's praise did sound, petition for the want to try.your skill in com-r
entitlll. act a1 cases-begins with a mild diarrhoea, 'twere delinquent, to the colonel] of gessing.
Arts and Resolutions passed lit Die Serond Session the location of the in the Chippewa which that state is most readily cured.- I close. the regiment. This officer happened to be rade. See if you can nam I

of the Thirtieth Conrm.No. lond district, and establishing additional land district True, where the cholera is Long)'t"f he's labored on, Scott. Struck the hold ?
in the State of Wisconsin," at the raging we are The hues by style and penmanship You're
approved morning arc a- it !
;present sescionofCongresbe; const tued to be and continually hearing of persons who arose well From his sky; gone of the petition, he inquired the name of the for you're not smart

| 10.] JOINT RESOLUTION for the distribution mean "State.I i in the morning, and arc in their be. For others are his hour, writer, and in the interview that followed enough a coronet.
the several ot .be Official States. Register IJlue! Book,among Approved March. 3, J 1549. fore night ; and it is not to be doubted that Awl For)others his are his powers was so pleased with Worth's manners, and I A Better Lieutenant than that?' ,' said the emperor.
there are some cases in which the dajs passing showers, and handsome
Whereas a inm.ber of copies of the Official Register [[No. jo J JOINT RESOLUTION for the purchase attack of the disease is very first Flitting by. soldiery him his person, that he ap. Better than that.'

,or Clue:; Hook, are now deposited in the ollice of r of copies of the General Navy Register and Laws.Jirsolved the collapse from u hich You private secretary. Scott did A Captain ?'
the of State the the recovery rare. But I with can see him, night by night, not stop here. He procured for Worth
Secretary subject to older of Congress by Senate and House of Rrprttentathesof i can say truth By the lamp's dull a com Better than that'
: therefore, the United Stall of America in Congress that in every instance of these sudden deaths Stading there dreary light, mission as lieutenant in the twenty-third regi. '
'A ?
Jltsolted by the Senate awl House of Rep assembled. That the of the Nahe cholera man? and the Vnfnr
Secretary in which I have been able (to investigate n un cooweo curtains merits irtb._ ,"d'
rtsentatives of the United' State of .Jmtriea inCanxrets Islucli to purchase and pay out of the continoIellt In festoons :spread n VOln the to
o'er his joined
circumstances I have found head some good fortune did lie
that rest for
ollllt'IIbluThat a full set of one tar each L of his department for a sufficient number That showers: 'A General
year,or so far as as is practicable be furnished to !!of Mechlin and \rinJel'l General Navy the individual had been laboring under diar- In his sooty hair. shed his advancement. Worth rose rapidly, in. Better than that.'

each of 1 lie State libraries; and where theie are noI I Register and Laws,to supply} cue copy to each commNsioned rho i for some days previous. Generally this) deed, during the War of 1812. At Chippewa

State libraries, to be deposited in the office of theSecretarp officer now in the naval "en'irl; and that i is so slight as not to be much noticed it is And when the waning moon he distinguished himself so highly that he The soldier was now agitated-her
of Stale and that the Secretary of.State be the work be distributed to such officers: Providtd, attended with ; Proclaims of night the noon, was breveued had doffed his hat, and sat bare-headed-ho
requested! to have the same transmitted to them. 11'lrtr, That the cost shall not exceed three dol- no pains, and no sickness of J If you roam a captain ; at Lundy's Lane he could scarcely articulate.

ROUT.; C. WINTKOP, l ars per copy stomach, perhaps, and gives the person no You may see him, weak and frail, won the rank of major, and if peace had not Pardon

Speaker of I the Home of Representatives AplroH1brrh 3, 1519. : particular inconvenience. But it is this very As his weary steps do foi, been declared immediately aferward. he Marshal ?' me,your Excellence, you are Field
G. M. In motion like would
diarrhoea which is insidiously doubtless have advanced .
Vice President of the United Stares, [No. 20.] A RESOLUTION relative to the public system for the most dreadful onset preparing of the dis.the Wending hor After the peace Worth was sti some time Better than that,' replied Joseph.
and Pie' ident of the Senate. Lord '
help me, cried the soldier
printing. His form 'you'iethe
ease. by years is bent superintendent of the West Point
\rrnonD. March 2, 1549.!:? Resolved lit the Military '
Senate and
House To his Emperor
JAMES K. of JtJrf'6n. Whenever the cholera is hair a tinge is lent Academy. In 1841, after the
latice of the rniltl Stairs of .Jmerira prevailing at an Sadly retirement of He threw himself
grey ; the cabriolet and
1",1 alll'd. That the Secretary ol the Senate, place it should be a rule in every instance ) And his teeth :are sore General ArmisleadVorh succeeded to the knelt for ou
in the
[:\0,11.] JOINT RESOLUTION: direct ing that the Cltrk House, and the clerk 'f the Joint stop even the sligl'est diarrhoea immediately. "And hii their truit decayed chief in Florida, where he had been pardon mud. The circumstances -
tCI betrayed
Government of Ru l'i. be supplied with certain Committee on he, and Great were not forgotten by either, the emperor .
Irintitg.jQintly they hereby For this we have a remedy always hand. havoc Time has made 8el'ilg, as second in rank, for about a
volume* of the Narrative of the Exploring Expedition are anthorized and powered to examine, audit on With his chj. Ambitious distinction year. often laughed over it, and the soldier
in lieu of tho..e which were loot at sea,and and pas upon all accounts for printing, lo make a Opium, in some form or other, must be used he sought every op. received a mark of favor which he could
tar other purpose pro rata reduction in the compensation allowed, or i immediately and without fear. In the form But soon will come the day I portunity to bring the Indians to action, and not

Jtesnlred by the Stnale 'HIt! House of Repretfntalietnofihi t o refuse the} work altogether) sho'ild it be inferioro laudanum, perhaps it may be used most When his form wi pass away i though often disappointed, finally succeeded. forget. _ _

Unittd filatct of.meriea in Con.1grtitds8ern&ItJ t the standard, and in all thillo to possess the same conveniently. At such times it be And From the your I When a war with Mexico became La. THE LION'S LEAP.
That the librarian >ower over t the public printing as i j. conferred} shcuJ spot shal know no more
ot Congress be ble he
f found
and lie i il hereuv, directed to procure and deliver to: the Joint Cointnittefon Printincby V! the joint rejoin-upon in every house ; and the la&tcr the The sorrows he bore. was to Corpus Christ i, to join Once when I was travelling in emaqua.

the Secretary St..te two ropii-s of i
tev*" ./ **... :'nai .tIlH' u me I'.vplorini: : 1-spedition} authority herebv conferred bhall ont be fxprcj'f every, inmate. of his }house to "ive immediatenotice -He___bid__ .aiiienThe u__..___ just LefJp 'ha L0UI.! .rp.l. .\1.ami n.esa- ,*;*!. at icsi twenty poors ot the lion s paw

under Captain, U'i Ikes; and the St''rf'tilt,)' of State during. the n'xt"reress of Congress and ( if uiucM-Li nun uiarri.x..i in imm Baltic of JraAo ll.-\ ca 1: Palms. The cause of his leaving 'I and as I pointed them out, a Nemaqua chief

berdldirech'lI ORlJof.ia. in deliver lieu oftIuie them heretofore to t t the delivered Uoivintaent nt ti-!!e. i "IHIl'nCl'Wllt' of the( uext session' of Consrre cases six drops laudanum for an adult will this battle respecting.Militades in the picture foremost of'I camp, as is well known, was a difference between told me that a lion had been practising his

J he sufficient to check the disease. The and him and Twiggs, growing out his leap. On demanding an he said
nfaich were lost at sea on their passage to Russia : Airnuo.l7'.v.1.( T fl" dose place, solemnly preserved in explanation, ,

and hat tie cost )f the same be paid our of the funds .-- --- -, should be repeated every four hours, until the deemed no inadequate reward to public that was I brevet rank. He hastened to \\asbington. that if a lion sprang at an animal, and missed

heretofore appropropriated to the publication of the n diar hcra is stopped. captain ; and yet great intending to resign ; but the war altered bis I it by leaping short, he would always gar
conspicuously above the
\virt.lof the Exploring E peJiti"n.Sec. ; .- llA : _. This is a most important direction. In el plain ot Marathon, rises lev. ;, decision, and cancelling his resignation he back to where he sprang from and practice
2. Md/ be it furtittr rcsolccd -- -- -- --- a long banner,,
That (he Ii. hurried back to the the
so.vere cases diarrha-a, fifteen army. leap, so to be successful another .
a larger dose must feet in height the a on occasion
brwian of Congress deliver CLACK ,
one copy of the works of EYES, BLUE EYES, AND supposed sepulchre
Exploring; Exj edition, a'l the) blull becomple- KINDS be used, and the dose may be increased in. of the Athenian heroes. does Taylor, sympathizing with the feelings of ; and he then related to me the fol
OF a
t,J.to Ihe 'cr't arv sd State to be presented by himlolheGovonmcitt'of I 4 EYES. definitely without the least injury so long as tic: legend not unfamiliar Sti roman- Worth, who could not forgive himself for lowing anecdote, stating that he was an eye.
Ecuador. A great of virgin white has the effect, our traditions of I having missed the battles! of the the '
quantity paper ofchecking the diarrhoea is not the: north, give 8th and 9th I to incident. I was passing near

.\Plro'cIMarcJl 2, ISiy.No been in idle attempts to cry up black I duced. I have: been called to prescribe pro.in a Nightly along the supernatural plain are terror heard to the spot. I of May, assigned to him, at Monterey, the the end of a craggy hill, frJTm which jutted

12A RESOLUTION authorizing the eves, blue eves- and all sorts of common.place I creat multitude of cases of cwler in this_ in. nerstition the nehrliinirs of the yet charters by su. task carrying the heights on the Saltilo out a smooth rock, of from ten to twelve feet
Secre- ,
iCary of Var to furnish arms and ammunition to optics, : but after all, gray eyes must take the cipient stage, and I have every one-of the rushing shadows and road, with one division 01 the army, while hi
puffin cnigrating! to the Territories of Oregon palm. Of all the eyes in the world, tley are I them to yield to this medicine. The), prescrip still, throughout the civilized spectral world war. And !I I with the other, the commander m-chief advanced galloping round it, which they were obliged

Californa l. and New Mexico. at once the most mischievous and most intel. tion is one which, our good brother Doctor men of against the town from the Serralvo I to as the rock was quite steep, a lion

rttinlaiittof llcsolcfi by, the the United Senate States and Haute ofslmetifa of Itfji-in ligcnt ; and a woman who has them needs Smith left with \his brethren in Turkey, in anticipation the every name political of Marathon.persuasion, Later feel as fields Greeks have at road. This was, in fact, giving Worth an in. creeping towards the rock to catch the male\a

Conerct, uatanllcd, That the Secretary of War be, her nothing else to make insensibility itself fall at of the cholera, when he was return presented the spectacle of equal valor and almost dependent command-for, after once separated zebra which bro't up the rear of the herd.-
feet. ,
end he ill / authorized As a very sensible lady-writer has ing to America it was found impossible to The lion and
Wt/by, at his discretion and ; and by the blessing of God, the same disparities keep up the sprang missed his mark ; he
luring; due! regard: to the necessities of the public said : 'Your blue are holy, heavenly, as the I do believe it has saved thousands of lives.- never in the annals of earth slaughter ; but communication between the two divisions of fell short, with only his head over the edge of

cerrice,tofurnuh to such IMTSOIU! as may apply for sky they reflect ; your large brown sluggish Our native brethren in XicQmedia and Broosa were united so the army. the rock, and the zebra golloped switch.
the same, fid. who design-to emigrate to the Territories and indolent. We I closely in our applause, admiration for the away
never knew an energetic having"been instructed Worth carried in succession tho various ing his tail in the air. the
the i
eithr of Oregon California or New Mexico on subject by Dr. heroism of the victors, and sympathy for the Although
,such arm ''nd ammunition, from the arms, stores as person with sof Brown eyes. Your black Smith, have been exceedingly useful as instruments holiness of their cause. It was the first I forts commanding the Saltillo road-stormed[ of his pursuit was gone, the leapon

<< 6tac1Uidtt/, That the arms and ammunition hut your gray Commend us to clear multitude ; were i town-and forward succeeded.
a good of cases. pushing through the suburbs During this, two more lions
Many even of their
furBuheuhall worst reaped, not by Athens but
to not exceed a supply sufficient only, by all Greece i
to gray eye, either in man or woman. Such a enemies (the Armenians entered the streets, throwing shot and came up and joined the first lion.
arm and c-jipeach of uch among have flocked then all time They
/person expedition : .Jnd1rotidedf.ilker by thereafter in i:
That before the same are delivered one, bright and deeply set, intent rather on to them for this medicine, and having proved and imperishable a harvest the, invisible I mighty I shells, and carrying terror and dismay before seemed to be talking, for they roared a great

tin alual e<*t to tile Jovernnurt of such. arms seeing than being seen, though when seen it its virtues have become their best friends. less than the actual force;of not him. He was within a short distance of the deal to each other ; and then the first lion led

and ammiition shall! first be paid' to the United is never forgotten-such an eye, beneath f I have used with the best offsets in broken. Nor despotism was great square, when the town capitulated to them round the rock again. He then made
State atulhat the Secretary of War phall' lie well-defined many was it only that the dread
; satisfied brow
that th person so applying really and bona tide can obtain whatever it de- severe cases, when there was much pain and which hung upon the Median name dis. Taylor, penetrating to the plaza from the oth. another grand leap, to show what be and they

Design thenfor the use aforsaid. .cn'es.if Thus saith a writer, whose reputalion tendency to cramps, and coldness in the ex- pelled-nor that the free states was er side. For his exploits at Monterey he must do another time. The chief aded they
ApproveMarch 2I*t1. were known to all cass of eyes, trernities, a mixture of equal of Jaudanun their pre-erniner.ee the were taught was brevetted a major general. were evidently (talking to each ,
parts over
might be deemed questionable.Eyes -, tincture of rhubarb, and tincture ofcam. pires which the Persian unwieldly em. His next great exploit was at Molino del they talked loud enough, but thought it "'a

(So 14.] .MNT I 'J1ESOLL"TIOreIati"c to evidence of all kinds are certainly desirable, ihor. Of this eighteen drops be A conquerors had de Rey where he carried the almost impregna. a well to be off" or they might have some
in !>plioatioti! for pensions bv widows unless, indeed be of the may given stroyed. greater lesson was taught to ble
osecea'.ed ,. they black-ejed caste for an adult at a dose in mild works of the enemy, after a tremendous talk about me.-Captain Scene
cases, to be increased Greece, when she discovered .Iarya'
lldiers, under the act of July lv\ent.\- winch Yankee Sullivan that the monarchof in which i
brought from Kent struggle, more lives lost in .
tflit. ciglren hundred and fortyeight.Kcioltedji : according to circumstances. Of all Asia could not force upon a state the were Afrca.Deri.Sticke'o_ _ _
county, Maryland, after he had been held inchanccry : epidemic or diseases I petty proportion to the numbers engaged, than in
the Senate and Hotttf contagious none excites fashion of its
f Rrpestntatitd or the selection of South America. In :
the government action -
by Hyer American of the many
f the t'nifed more general alarm than any war.
> States of Jlmtrica. in the I
malignant cholera its rulers. The defeat of of ,
Hippias was of in the Indian vil.
Con ftu vein bit d. That: in all applications for 'pion. and yet I know of that no I Worth also fought with distinction at Ccrro -
none less
pensions lithe widows of deceesed holdiern, under The color of the blue eyes depends very timely premonitions of its gives such value than that Darius ; and the same Gordo, at Churubusco, and at the storming of lages passing up the great rivers is to be*

the act of ily twellt -.firllt, eighteen: hundred and much on the latitude and longitude in which is so approach, and that blow which struck down the foreign invader, the gates of Mexico. found the devil.sticker. It is of a spongy na<--
forty-eighthe; returns on the rolls of the disease of their perfectly }human control, (so to smote also the hopes of domestic tyrants.Btzlwer. .- He ture, and] smooth skin, not unlike the large
Mitten the 'idler died, and the official opinion of the possessors reside. speak,) as this is, in this early stage. wan, perhaps, after Taylor and Scott,,I slug of England. It is
into the
Surgeon/'ra! founded) thereon that from the nature In Newport, Rhode Island-which, the Of course, when there is a to diarrlicca the most efficient-certainly the most popularof with the brought hut

of th4i.ea"e it was contracted while the sol whole world admits, is the very Paradise of in cholera times, the strictest tendency The Follies of a P the generals in the war with Mexico. tre.woo or it may creep in unper.I .

dier, was ilhe line of hit duty shall be consideredaiifaeuevideneeIhercof \ Beauty-you will rarely find a female whose should be paid to diet, and fruits and attention crudevegetables phia Bulletin givesthe lay.-Thc iarel. The character of Worth may be sketchedin I and ceived. creeps up the side wall,
without the proof now following rectal getting on the edge of the rafters of
cel are not as black as jet. And, then a. should be few words. He was bravo to a fault, sufficiently .
required the Pension office! ; and t that it shall be carefully avoided. pastimes of the city of Brotherly on Sunday the ceiling to which it adheres, it looks like
the duly (the Commissioner Tension, in all ca- gain, goodness gracious JIW they do spar. Wherever the cholera prevails', it has been last : good as a tactician, chivalrous, of ball &
or more like the
SIQi apfation[ for pensions under said act, to ap kid The man who has spent two hours in found that most people are easily inclined "Yesterday will be remembered by newspaper popular manners,of imposing presence,haughty smal It is properly slug coiU
ply to hooper' officers for said evidence, without Newport, and not realised the effects of all., bowel complaints, and this is least for its endless at times overbearing, impetuous, warmhearted up. frequently known to drop from
an indicationthat reporters, chapter its hold
: : applicant to furnish the same. I a being and whenever
Approj March, l II9.I i: powerful love, is a stoic, and something of a the diet of people generally should be of mi haps, and the consequent sweltering a fast friend. In many respects he it falls it throws nut from Iwvlv five .

I ''' ahond.' regulated accordingly.. A sudden chance lafmr its pvpiitH imnnscil iinnn them. under resembled. Decatur. In battler, especially six fangs, which are barbed it like -- Of

[No. 15 pOINT RESOLUTION granting to the 1 lie Philadelphia ladies, almost without exception horn a generous lo a low diet in such the of a June &un. The where daring courage was required, ne bal into whatever I flsh.hookrand ,
circumstances softer material than
&ert't Uf the Treasury' furlheatimetomakethe what called rays 'papers'oftii no superior. His soldiers! still tell
are are hazel eyes-bru- has been found filled with whole with enthusiasm brick
quite injurious. A morning are stone it chances fall these
report :icerninp; the vale and entry of certain that at or to fangs ;
nettes. They arc of that class of beauties Monterey dismounted
lands i iincinnati.1fraO1by person "JI is well should continue to cat cal occurrences .almost! every description, nor can it be removed unless by
from his hori :
the Senate and House of Representative which arc immortalized by Didden, when he very much aslie has been accustomed to, ex.cept and most of them of a shocking character. placed his plumed hat on the animal off" and picking the cutting out of the thsubstance

*oAr\ United Slates of Jlmeriea in Con- wrqte his beautiful song, which Includon sung that most people eat to much, as a "The particulars are furnished eft wo dread. point of his sword, ar.d waving it high overhead into which they prongs
%rt*. That the Secretary of the Treasury with so much and sweetness. ral rule and gene. led them to storm the Ilishop's Cas are so firmly fas-
line etec except that fruits and certain ful railroad accidents in the outskirts of the tened. When they fall the
t ie report IJllted. him i by the joint resolution to pro- 'I've feared flora mytniU, many hundreds in gold vegetables, which at other times would be town ; three trightful cases of stabbing ; four the Paladins of old ro happens to sit or stand undereath, the consequence .
The comforts of life to mance.
.liibit harmless, under the cholera murderous collisions between firemen
private entry of certain land in I've borne in each climate the heat and the cold, atmosphere are ; two Is dreadful. I saw one man, whoan

- CincinnatDhioapproved$ March thud, OUC Ihou-.. And all for iny' charming brunette.' apt to produce diarrb n. horrid deaths from intemperance ; one suicide hour or two before had one of these devils
1Iand t'llthiundred and NAVAL COMBAT 1 Wiale
forty-fcc\eu. The
.APJjro March 3, lSltt' The fair of Baltimore possess eyes and Rise in the Hannibal ; a serious accident at Manayunk ; the New London Chronicle of Fight.- alight on his band, and he was obliged to
sisipld.-Tbo destruction of the steamer Gen. Green fire mentions it
by cut off and the and
complexions very similar to those of their Journal of the 17th cats fangs removed .
the of whale
says : at Red Dank and accident at that presence a at one of the
IN'o. $ an place to by picking them
lC.oiNT nF. OLUTJOauthorizing the friends in and remarkable the ofa
Ihiadalphia ; are There is much about the wharves of that ancient city and adds point
fc-cretajof the Senate and Clerk of the House of for the unostentatious speculation annual a young man of Southwark ; an accident to : needle. His hand was )
possession displayof ) June rise in the It is the He was taken yesterday afternoon between immoertey.wel.
Mississippi. ,
Repres4aiivei to ftubscribe for a thousand copies an omnibius driver ; several ordinaryncidcnts led, and painful
(f i filler publication l of t the debate and pro- all the graces. opinion of many that the water las not been &c. besides a contin- mock Island and Point Judith, quite dead, but I oil very fat ; an immnioD in
ceeiin f and for other The moment you cross the border line of it be this .* runaways warm or removed the pain, and restored .
Congress, purposes. as wi Spring-that a young flood rioting, in which whites and blacks were evidently just killed. Of the cause of his the handto its usual
fltttiltdljy the Senate and Haute of It fpt c"fnlatnefthe Virginia, you enter on a region of blue eyes ; may expected in June." Were we disposed engaged jn the southern part of the town death there could be no mistake. He had appearance.
United States of.'imLTira in Con
&'*> and, they are to hazard a prediction on this subject whole and in ** a row" with another whale, or
Qn"'I.c1'That the SHrl'tary of Ihe Senate"idtheCtcofthe _-tho of blue throughout the day evening of the ben A WALL STEKET Tiiorcur o GOLD
:; house ol Ileprei entative are eyes : we should beg leave to demur from this pret. Sabbath." some other salt water ruffian, and whipped to TIE
hereby aoOrized tosntwcribe, under the directionof which every man who is not insensible to ty general supposition. We have been raised death. The lacerations upon various parts of DOLL.Thompsn's: Note Reporter

.J1''(the Joirtibrary Committee, on behalf of Con- Jo"t, is very sure to remember. Wo recollect on the margin of the Great Father, of Xcvspapcrs:; Europe.-The London L his carcass are very severe,and In many parts says"The little
Ceethings.for oCongress ojlhonsand, from copies the(If I termination he debates and of pro.the of seeing a pair of them, a they peered Waters," and we have observed that the rise I Tiir.es: a daily paper costs $.5 a year. The LI I the flesh is torn up and sometimes torn off by humbug. It is almighty suitable dolar'the is a decided delicate .

litl Conprfe, where the present publication Hops, front the window of a cottage that Blood on and faU of her waters is ruled by the forward. same rate charged for the Morning Chronicle the pound or two. In short, it is a clear case most

"Ma thee of the fourth CongreBU, the same hav- the very apex of the Blue Ridge of mountains, ness or backwardness of the Spring-that Daily News Globe, Herald and Post.- of marine prize fighting,and the victim; exhib- of the taper-fingered, Miss-Nancyish portion

the' ;I JOint teenr4pjled' and ready< Tor tile' PrwH; and* that some thirty long years ago ; and the influence whenever frostin March or April, is heavy, I The Evening Mail is published three I its a specimen punishment' almost as severe the publc. for place one into the band of

arid further LraryComtnittee be directed lo examine they imparted is not yet oLlterated.Ve the June rises is considerable ; and we times a week, at $25 a year. The London I as that of Tom M'Coy though he is much I burlesque a day's labor, woul a
of uch a there
.mpilition debates and : is a all
*"g ( proceed- often see them in nowj i!r have had rise semi.weeklies and weeklies less mangled. "He sti to
tend of the fourth Con r'tll until the imaginaton an uncommon already this 816,50 per annum, measures something more have the joler,' and we shall keep

com; ence. nt of the Register of Debates, already they should magical power Spring which has lasted for something like a at 812, 9. The French daily papers than twenty-five feet in length, and is, we are measure of them to sell a
Ujlltwc1. $m eighteen' hundred and some fifty hence when we have become month slow believe that the about told We smal so long a they
twenty-four;; years we are to the river large ones, are the same price as beautifully proportioued. are not L "

Uo th"l su cgmmiTtr report, from time to time, as old as.Mr. Andrew/Jackson Allen, the fact t will be u full again in June. ; the London prints ; those about the size of our connoisseurs ourselves, this being the L wi bring which a premium.the New York
"t .tH.i II rurh frt
v KObstribingfm
t 1011.. '' *nJ ht one" ropy f>f such debates continua-and wi be recorded in the books of the Society Since writing the above we learn that penny ppcr cost 820 and 825 per annum whale we ever saw. "The secret of.lhis brokerish sneer at replies the :

(I. U iirnistieJ each member of the present proeJl"R Uoa Antiquarians as i will prove tha I the river is again on the rise; and that there is I The German dailies cost $22 to 830 per an How much oil ho will yield we have not t no doubt, because it is gl

'uit.,5: aI i iiR. residue be deposited in ibo library: the man who invented the aphorism which I a rise of twenty feet above." num. heard, but wo believe he hails full." dolars shQe ." to


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/ Ift. .\'atlonnl Inttlli* which business JOURNAIJ followed up by the Senl nc1'8 pressing interrogatories FLORIDA APPOINTMENTS.R. Wakulla Tlmsa.We .
rntr" of k
''comm..n Braces an overseer, TIlE FLORIDIAN) hare
Marks received the
W. ALLSTON, Collector, St. rice first two numbers
What does it Coil a Pound to Grew Gotten? he attends to hiimclf. __. 4' _. _r 'J we \' lake the liberty of.submitting cf
the New while there be few better consideration of \. W. WALKER, removed. this piper, published in N>w Port-Editor,
This i is n question of vast importance to may a paccs A. E. MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON, a question or two to the
United States. Who can answer it'! Net there are thousands not near as good in LDITOBS AND PROFaiETCH*. i our neighbor. Tiios. J. RVS'ELL. Receiver of Land Of. Mr. JAMES B. CARLYLE ; subscription price,

tine in ten of those who mike it their ftaple all the cotton.,owing; region. __ K'_' _' ., .,_._ "7r y Do of Gen. Brown's legal friends be. rice, St. Augnstine, rice JOHN M. FONTANE, $2. Success to the enterprise. The Tirnf
I to f for cutton planterb! I could! on at considerable length to give any
crop. My ; go announces the arrival of several visitors._..
arc at carriers in this respect as thou;:li they other: item about cotton, as weli as similar Saturday, June 23, 1849. sieve that the Legislature! can constitutionallydecide .
were conducting a business of cents an J dimes, i information about sugar, &c., but my time nor '_UH ______''_ --- .. the point iu controversy 1 R. W. ANDREWS, Register of Land Office and the approach of others-to enjoy tho lux.

instead ofdolUri and cu lei.J your space will not allow it now. The last Macon (Ga.,) Telegraph brings Do they think that the Judiciary can decideit ,.Tallahassee, rice THOMAS J. HODSON, ury of the New Port Springs. The Opening
I would! rc-mirk. however that I am pub- Ball of the season: will I be given
iherelore propose to give you an extract the following melancholy intelligence : ? Or do they think that the General him. removed.-JOHN W. ARGYLE, Esq., the Re. Thursday
(rom notes, which I have been taking during i !jawing: a senVf. of letters in t American Ag. next at the Wakulla Hotel. Those in
my I: ricultu'rist; pubiithed} iu New York, 'far which DEATH OF EZ-FRSSIDENT POLKThat ,I self is the sole :high arLitrc" of his rights 1 ceiver in the same office, though a Whig, pur.
extensive tour the suit of
agricultural past ; pleasure
rny are promised a h'1nfhlm
I the travelling correspondent. It is pure and high-souled: statesman and was retained Mr.I Poik and ,1 rn.
winter and fpiing; not only I to show the c'',ar. am possible ; by reappoined tertainment the
nclcr of the informaiion: that I have been gath! i also! that I may publish the observation patriot, whose manly figure, benignant face, Free Sellers and the Administration. at the expiration of his term, by the late Democratic by hostess of the estatlrsfu

erin;, but in the hope that it may induce oth. !I of my tour in a more extended and permanent bland and courteous bearing and manners so Our supplemental" friend, together with; President. The contrast between the rnent. We are able to bear emphatic; test(. \

rri to come out and wire more and better in. i 1 i:: notes form, that whenever I have I taken.i get time. to write out all the lately commanded the respect and involuntary many of his Southern coadjutors, makes it a generosity of ,the two administrations is unfavorable I ny to tha merits of the fare and accoaunoJa

formation. orpoint out any errors ia rny btaternents. ;i I Any thing that I can tlo to add to the a ri- homage of a1! classes among us. is no morr! subject of special remark, as though it were to that now in power, and I I lions.

The coM 1 of making 331,136 pounds! f Cotj i I j I cultural information of my country I haa JAMES K. FOLK is dead"jtb! he deep. i another commentary on the old suv that I ing to many of its friends. Nothing rnortifJ.1 Post Office Removals.Mr. .

ton lat yearupon one of the best plantations :![' strong desire to du. est and most t poignant regret we announce the !I wonders never cease," that the Free Soil.i said against the honesty, capacity, or fi. Collamer and :Mr. Fitz Henry War.:

of South Carolina was $17,-:9.t?!, or. frac. j j!I''I' I am. most respectfully.SOLON: ROBINSON.Washington sudden and unexpected close of h brilliant i ers are likely to oppose the present Adminis delitj" of Mr. HODSON.: The appointment of ren are giving the Florida Post Offices an
tion over five cents and tour mills a pound, in. and glorious career. lie fell victim toI I I Had Gen. Cass been elected would I
a tration.
1 Mr. ANDREWS have know overhauling. Well like
and commission well in. : June 4, 119. we reason to givesno we ire Mr. Glen.!
teret eluding upon freight a fair valuation of property., as a> I j!i I cholera; -the same dread disease \viich sum. I they net have been equally, (yes more bitterly gratification to the President's best friends I ski, Democrat, has been removed from tho of.

The cost, exclusive of freight and cornm'seion : :!j j i From the Sacannah Georgian June I:. moned, bat a few days ago, the hcrob WOKTH i'I I as they were during the Presidential canvass : -adds no strength to the Whig parly. The I lice at Pilalka,.in favor of a Whig, says the

,and including interest,of miking J J2-,OOO !! lIoDGs'1 '6 Ex.olI-.\TIO-.-The examining and veteran GAINES to their final; count.- :I and are at this day,) opposed to him ?- I I President's enemies alone, rejoice at it. .Yell's.

pounds upon the cane brake! lands of Ala ,,: Court listened to the testimony on the part Three short months ago, Mr. I'oix was the I!j j t i These gentry, in supporting their own favor- The Newport Times announces the

barns," last year, was t ,G70.iO, fraction I I I of the prosecution in t.; is case yesterday mor. guest of our city We saw his Iiinest face j! ice, arraigned themselves ag.u'nst both the Our neighbor gives the Floridian t Journal pointment of Mr. C. C. William Post. Masterat ap.

OTer fire cents and two mills a pound. I I ning. If possible! the crowd assembled at the and benevolent! countenance attracting the !,! other candidates fur the Presidency. Admitting I credit for more zeal than it has shown in Shell Point, in place of Mr. T.
Court IIou"e was greater than the day before, Richardson.
!and in j
This (Is considered the richest cotton j
the world and although the was called'i j: and the interest: exhibited even more intense. eye of every beholder.! On last Friday evening I that Gen. Taylor is now neither a making complaints of the axe and the guillo. Rumor says that )Ir. William, was unfair

a small one; it was probab1y about crop an average I*j|: Three witnesses were examined. The last he passed away from the earth .forever.A I better nor a worse man than before his election tine." He thinks it ccmes next to the WahI 1 ly dealt with, sometime since, in the matter!

one. I I j I of the three was the (He,'. Thus C. Benning. purer statesman never H\'cJ-J. Letterman j!! is it strange that all who voted against i ii inton;; l'nion-:1J s that not a single: removal of a Justice's office, in WnfeuHa

The field hands upon this place numbered i,. ibe prosecutor, who Lad been sent for by the never died. Rut we have no time to-day j jI j i I him should continue to be his opponents !f! i is made from Brigadier General down to the which. be was fairly entitled but bv county, (to
direction of be Court, suggestion some ttu.
seventy.tive, counting all over twelve _}'eats i j j i to sketch the services or linger around the j Whigs and Free Soilers wee alike hostile to j! Corporal's Guard, but the man "Zichary"isI -
petted ,
old! which fraction less than four!: of the} Counsel: fortbe prosecution. He depos- I I unfairness cut out of.. We are glad
and, cne.lhird gives bales a to each. I Jed' to the facts which occurred on Sunday ; I virtue of the departed. L-t week we recvived i' Gen. Cass. Gen. Casa was beaten : but had j jj I I held up as the "revengeful despot and Pro 1 1I I thai the Administration: of Gen. Tau Jar has

j i stating, that on that afternoon he was absent the painful intelligence of the severe j he triumphed, does any one doubt that his : scriber of his countrymen." We had feared remedied his grievances. It
Now this Las to he hauled: over about J I may be said ot'ihe
crop j
!i .from his house to a colored! of the President. Just I
preaching I illness
congreigation that
twenty-five miles of the A\-ort road in th' ;j his ase go I I administration would have had to encounter we had been remiss: even-felt assured I appointee, what cannot be said of all who

world, when wet 1, as they usu.dlyarc at the :;: informed, that him( wh that n he a retuned gentleman home was in ladyj the j jj I to press to.da.the. following dispatch from i iI i j the shock of both Whig and Free Soil forces 1 ,;i that we had been remarkably tniid. Fur i have received office, that he has merited favor

time the crop is ready to fro to market, and !j j parlor waiting to see him ; that he went at I Atlanta, confirms our worst apprehensions : I j jATLANTA When Gen. Taylor shall have done any i ii i''I there are one or two appointments( in our own I by the zeal and activity with which he ha.

lion then of down the the difficult! anddatigcious river. i.avig.i.; ; [ once to the parlor, where he found the prisoner June 19, 12 M.-Passengers by :j i thing, /erthe South, shall have raised his fin. 1 1I State, made weeks since, which have not vet I served the party. We believe) that he will

lam satisfied Tombigbct that these two crops give a !I| seated on a sofa : that he offered hi* this mlJrnf1: train from Chattanncga; plate: i!I tier, or opened his lips, in her behalf, then :!: been announced in the Floridian & Journal. .I make a good Post Master. We have heardof

}bctterehowing then three fourths of the colton i! band urci'a'eJ to the hint prisoner, witness; which, to ft prisoner seat ; that took ere, :I that JAMES: K. Pots died on last Friday eve. I will it be- easy to enlEt: the fcjmpathies of the !!i And of all that have taken place, tve recollect no change in the office at Sopchoppy.Coalition. .

crops of the United Slates. My own opinion J I witness; C )uld Ml down prisoner struck: him ning, at his residence: at Columbia Tennessee i: South in :favor of one who is (persecuted for !! not to have made any special remarks touch. I .

is, that whenever cotton is below *ix cents j:| on the head wih; a stick ; that witness: took I' ---= ;I: her sake But so long as the South has alone I i J I ing more than: one or two. So far from shedding : The
U docs not pay ;interest spun the capital in. ; HAIL 'STORM.-A considerable: hail storm '. i,I.! Washington Union put soma inter.
i the stick from pmoner, asking him what hemeant tears at decapitations have I
to maintain her Gen. Taylor! expressly
cause, standing
vested, in few rogalories to the Baltimore!
perhaps case i
except some American which
[ that prisoner then drew a pistol about ten miles North of Taila-
; ; paired over : i I said have I
: we no particular sympathy for dem1
Uclow I give a table of items of expense : mute obstinacy or indifference-deignj we think
might well be
that witness taking him to be a man, very propounded to
crazy hw.et onIcnJ'J' the llih instint. Hut lit-
the first mentioned. This 1 ocrata account of their JOltS of .
is on ofnce.W
upon plantation ; j ing not one word of condemnation: her !
; turned and fled from the house that prisoner such parties: as are
owned Col. J. N. Wijiam] of ; tie injury was done to the over which it prepared to give evidence
by ;, Society i crop do not and
| foes word of complain, we agiin again
[chased him round the square, snapping a pistol not one encouragement for her say in this region. We
Hill, and Ji-'s upon what' is called the swamp, parsed. A hail storm in Florida, especially p!I ; suggest to the Whig
at him several times ; that witness reaching .: friends-so long a" he shall send Northern of the loss of office by JJemvcrals. But in
i Florida
J ands of the Pt'dee river. Tlicec item presses who at this
: are time
i ii the month of June is with. are much
his own step, rushed up them, when prisoner j : an occurrence 1! do when their .
necessary how that I have cot stated the : men to take charge Southern Post Office, we complain to excuse remotal [ occupied with this
threw ( at him, which exploded! subject, to consider them at
j| a pistol o'it a parallel in the of the chest!
expense too faigb : +, burning his face and sending a bail syncing j I 1 inhabitant." i!i jUt o long will it Le a matter of the mo t :;i an attempt is made to blacken their fair I their leisure and answer chem at their conve.
Th capital cuh.t nf- j j420U 1
bis head wijics; not certain I sublime! unconcern to Southern men whether names. Our neighbor knows that the char. niencen.l!
alone was all
; they
acre ot lard 2,7'Xi: in cultivation; ) i, speak at once-why,
at $15, $' .((. CO .I whether prisoner fired before he threw the Gubernatorial Term. i I Free Soilers be for or against his administra- I acfer of many of those who have been pro. i'! no matter-all shall have a hearin"f
551 tlareiat $350 t'b.'vene old aDd '' pistol!, whether the pistol l exploded after itwas Without the lion. Ti.e South in the pending J'I scribed is just; as good as his own. (not doult- j f ri :
at controversy
v ua Si9i'W CW ;JCO thrown that witness; then went into his prc ent entering upon merI 1 i Are not the whigs of the North in fcvor of
mutes and mares, and 1 jack,and 1 :iho'jte looked; out of the window and said: to I! its of the question, ue will only pay that it is (.; whether to be settled! by moral or (physical ing, when we say this, but he is every way a I I the xilm Proviso ? Are not most of them
stud, aveiage0, 3.72f 00 | i I now still more clear that it would have been! ;.gentlemen: when then after others have in f
: force needs the aid cf all her s.s. General :) : J j "vor abolishing slavery in the District:
what d. that j : of
290 head of cati le. it $it. 2P)J fJ' prisoner, man, > >on mean ; | !
QIJ do. hcg., sit r ti. 1,000 CO I prisoner then tired another pistol at him Itbuck.d better, as wa desired by Got to have (!|! Tailor. from his official: position, is the most t charged that their I dismissal: J.is owing to want jj I Columbia! ? Were they not ail opposed to,

23 cam. *.nd 6 e plough wan*,W b7trigjdo Jiy uupittbul' I:i rt from which entered his forehead. question had the: point of Cqneiiiution.il decided by- law.the Judiciary" a K .j! prominent t.f them t all. She wants his weight !j I of" honesty, fidelity and capacity," he chimes 'I and Congress did: not rote every northern whig i member 01'

J jr ,Ji drill; dj fa Upon the Cross-exarniinttion, a* Soon as j!! in her ; in by asserting that their places were supplied I .against, the celebrated "iwt n-
35 turning< I ,15 1 '- s?_af'. Has he placed it there ? has .fi rule"
I Thus discourseth the Floridian lo? Jour- : I Irst In relation
[ Counsel 1 asked! J : to I the rf
roar*. at an avers;* of Si 5'Jacb, 262 0 ) the Defendant's question referring I reception
Alllcshrrplaatattaatwlieetwtrth, iru; t I} to the violation: of the person of his nal" of Saturday last, in noticing the opinion; .j jol I! he even said that her cause t ia just ? Will he I i t by "wiser and bcter men ia it strange that abolition petitions 1 Were liey not opposed

sister by the pros cutorcn the Gcorgh RailRoad the Attorney General. Now wi'l!' the edi-t]II crush the monster, Wilrnot Proviso, if neces-1 j Democrat* make an earnest, indignant %denial to the annexation of Texas has not Ma :n.

Citla exprasu. $lht,40? +++, ; the Counsel for the prosecutor: objected tors of that: j journal be so kind a* to enlighten! I I II 1 nary, by hU reo ? Who can answer this i ? chuselta, as a Sate, passed resoiu'ion in fc.

Interest a only crowed en the five first i to such! testimony: as inadmissible! and called I the people by informing them when ar-clto I!; queotioii in the affirmative ? "'0 are told I Another thing} we complain! of. The in. rot of the Wilmot Proviso anal the abolitionof
ftftDtI, $.'>s.')2<) at 7 per cent, 1},103 O'J fur the object proposed to be compassed by it. 1 I whom did Gov. Moseley ever express such a of the in slavery in this District ? And did not that
3339: yard* D titlce Biectng,mt lu teats, !j I Defendant's counsel then stated that be expected I jckvire ? Was such a proposition ever made i that he is a slave-holder. And are not Messrs. !1 I sincerity Whig party pledging tbem- State: instruct her representatives in Congressto
(S>ard to a balk) 3C V) to that on the thirtieth of May I to Guv. Brown or his I friends ? In what man1 i! Benton and Clay slave-holders ? And are selves against proscription when out of power, procure a change in the constitution by
31S4ito- of rope it e cents, l..t 04 prove !1 HIT was it proposed to 'bring the subject bej t; net the I and practising it when in-heaping odium which the cornpn-mise in relation .
Tic oo 23 1 .1 Urn.at "6 teats, 1 i>3 u I ., after the young lady I referred to had been they very worst enemies the South up. I to slave rep"
Tateoataad. "0 u.1 placed under the charge of Mr. Benning, he i j i II fore the Judiciary," so as to have the jmiutI has ? j ion their opponents for alleged transgressions, resenialion should be stricken out ? Is not

ort.OO Medical attendance, 125 r.ej-1, OC. ) : (Mr. Bia: ing) had committed an outrageous' I! decided :as a question of constitutional l law ?1" I of which themselves, at the first II Thomas Ewing afree-soilerand abolitionist! f
per n i JCillCif We nppor.tunity
in conclusion:
breach .. : -S""linrl. say before we can i Is not Jacob CuiJamera
t ot conta-Jence and fi&l violi&'c.j \ rI I free-soiler and r.hoti.
early s-jpply of iroa.arerj-e 100 iWPlauybs 1
jr aDd other to,11 parelastdaana; I I t peiicn. He Hated tilt circumstances in full, We have not said that Guv. Moseley: r? "vv <".-! an}' interest in .".Mine the adrnlnistra- i!r f. become cuiltBut. their sentence ofi tionis! ; and did Lo not vr rA t%. l'",'. resola.

al average 100 O'j I| but we refrain from giving them. He urgedjtht to Gov. Brown, or his friends a proposition to i I I tion from the attacks of the Tree toilers, we j jI i condemnation_i is sure.__ tion to abolish slavery! in this District 1 Um

:93 pain of zf hats.I hje, 91trj I SH5; anauil rjpplr 275 GO'I'4Ucf i this was competent testimony going to submit the subject to the Judiciary.: Such a j I I must learn whether the administration is our t' Rut Iha"bi( part i is strong, and becomJ abolitionists he not invariably on voted with abolition iddinz'i and tba

cotton and woollen cloth 610 uu bow cause cf provocation, and that the fact course was not incumbent! upon him whateter !i friend or our tie.I J ;; stronger ; it can and will sustain the man coming before the every House cf proposition
109 cotton ctnlorttrs' .lieu cf Led Lha- l that the prosecutor was unwilling to answer I .- j I who overthrew the !Ions domination of the soj I Representatives,
gets 125 00 the questions and resorted to an objection like might have been his desire. Our neighboris j called: Democracy."-Sentinel, June 12. i iI of which he was then a member ? And hare
500 oil cloth capote, (:eYOlk cost) e? 5U ; this would go; to confirm public opinon and to a lawyer ;-does not every lawyer know i Surely the Mariana U'higilI see the pro. i not 8o tht"rn'hig slaveholders!: been in coalition .
79 taall -ooH..n: bianketa for itifint ( That is comfortable. But it strikes that''!
2 5
00 us for
tyalira dress and handkerchief for each !j'! cast suspicion on the case. The Court, how. that it is not for the party in possession to institute i priety of correcting so gross an error as that!! year same whig party at tho
sustained he } and ruled the I ; the Whig party is becoming stronger" very i ij North, aiding them in hunting down and de.
wotnin and girl (extra of other !: ever, objection out : proceedings to establish( his rights ?- which it some time since made, in saying, | .
elation?, E2 Q'j testimony. The roundel far the Prisoner I .the Democratic j much as a cow's tail becomes longer."- i i j eating democrats who have voted with thaj
Ckrhtmaa fJrt-i !ttJ. glren in lieu cf'ne. thrn stated that he was ruled! out cf his entire (;o\. Mosely was holding! office, without a journals of the South admin. j Perhaps, however, cur neighbor is homocepa- j South against the abolitionists ? A re not Gid.

qro crop,' 17500S9 defi'nct", and shuud: attempt; to ,make none at '! tittle! of doubt of his right, yes hi* duly, under !! ibter no rebuke to Col. Benton." The Whig' Chic: j dings and Root of Ohio ; Hale Wison. and
tarktf of rait 5u oo I )i in his notions, and thinks immense re-1
1Jal average out U j for iron and vr ocd that time. Mr. I Hodgson was(hen discharged !j bid oath, to do s.,. Thut he was willing! to..)ltid'1! : suits {I Tuck, of New Hampshire ; Mann. Palfrey,
work tot cart and wagons 100 00 l upon giving bail for his appearance at the i! submit; the to the tribunal, if i cure. Our: own conclusion! from somewhat !;i I! may be accomplished by infinitesimally I+ Hudson-in fact, all the member! fran MasI .
proper ; '
,# and platter fauugbt l year l&4 fp) next Superior Court in one thousand dollars. 1 extensive reading of Southern Democratic :i: Ana'J quantities.i For instance, that by due I, sachusetis who are abolitionists' -whijs ? and
,Aaaraat t 1 such could be found either in the courts j i !
: or
outlay for belts &x. SfJ rya43Orallonaefctotas.eb j do
avttaje any
gm not with the
We understand that security to the amount ofi I unln.i i i: process of trilucrction, the half a Whig mem- j they act whi,;s? Ancdid not
100 00 I elsewhere for decision, we venture to all papers, r i*, that nothing can surpass the i II the southern p
thousand dollars! say whigs rejoice at their -lection
fifty : was prrr.fl-d by I
2iegaaftcbaccaSO; 2 Lti.cf !our, j persons : j I her of Congress from Virginia can do more i
.IX) 70 00 entire Ftrangera to him, and that a far larger who COI'credilh him last winter on the ,,I imity and boldness! with which: Benton is conj j! towards the i over their democratic antagonists, as hey rejoiced .

''I tf a cetit a pentad en C UDn fr freigLt: :I amount could have bren secured. subject, whether friends of Gen. Brown orj.,f dcmned by them, but the gu !It t of the object of | sustaining administration than at the eleclion of Ford, an aboitionisr,
cod ttt7satsetoa. 2.Gl GO i Some comments having been made by their condemnation. coud! be accomplished by the full number of I over Weller Ohio; and Johnston! aboiitionisr .
Starting ;
it ll'shington'I i it
not, know well. But we again, was ,l
S'7. .u 45 I Counsel upon what appeared in our paper liJl IJ I II t! and pacing through Virginia, the Carolina : six, which were elected last year, acting on I Ii j! over Long :reth in Pennsylvania
-- yesterday it be for to I net incumdent upon him, to propose a mean 'l (I Are not all those gentlemen! set dwn
I But the
-- morning may proper I I i allopathic principles. party has be. as
Tecrepcfeattona1Ee.wiilesaounttu stated i l of settling his title to that which he already j eoriat Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and jl jli whigs, and r Jed:
,,'l1t.C& JCCct. say, that which we was fact, fact be. t; j i corne hut in on a* whig, in. eve y list of
stronger ( not so fast!) COM cti.
WiUiaras: ha. also l credited this longing to the public, fact in which the put,. !I held: ; it was for the adverse to take tho i[: the other Southern States, nothing: would be i members Congress elect that has ben pub
place with; the adwitioaal itetc. drawn party j cut where, in lieu of four members of Con-
I lished in
nom it : lie; was deeply interested fact which we do proper legal step to make good hit claim. i j I easier! than to fill our paper with righteous ; 11 whig papers, north or south Now
13 +0 J&..cf bieon,t kea for hoce plac i not hesitate to repeat again, that to far is the But be said that Gen. Drown did.'judgments which are pronounced against him. j I gross, their old! complement, the Whigs now : when the Baltimore! American audits kin.
and factory 673 00J farts of this case have been elicited they tenJ i may have one tchole one..11 we hope for is that dred prints are ready to answer thee questions
>*f and batttr for ditto and sales 5 jO O'J1100bi ''to sustain the public 8)mjalhy for Hodgson, take such steps ; that, considering the .\ilem'l I Loath a! we are to mike comparisons of the i i i it should! continue becoming stronger" in r in the negative, and clear tblr own
] hIi of corn and oeal fcr ditto kind, we can't avoid for the benefit of the skirts of
sale 1 and to increase the public indignation against by! the proper tribunal, ho referred f the a connexion with abolition? there
-iW 00 I I j tame way.
fO cords of tan bark for bis tao \tr& 4.o 00 i; Benning, Mr. Benning i ill the accuser, not I tion to that body, and that they, by iaaugura- Whig, to contrast the course of Democratic: will be some plausibility in their claror about

Charger others for bljcktaiUi' work lUll (tiJJuUoa ) the accused. lie is not charged with a crime ting him, declared in his favor I prCl'c.in their dealings with the unsoundness rr 11un. Daniel M. Barringer, of North the coalition between democrats and ee-soil-
and wool for fcoze w'e :at.d -lei 125 UOIQ j before the Court. that cu.t present, it i is but he
wo can nothing
Nothing most
We with of that of Benton with that of the Whigs touching the Carolina, is announced as neuly appointed
can hardly :
-- speak gravity I arrant and barefaced
I write can do him legal v.hatwe hypocrisy.
S-22.2 i wrong.n solemn farce which course of Clay. Did our Marianaeontempo.I Minister to Spain. We understand, from
---- I I state we know to be fkct. midnight by Ilbi6IaH? I I It will aid I
Profits over and above interest and ex. i.I body, or rather a fragment of( it, undertook (if I I I rary expose and condemn his conduct ? If sowe several gentlemen well acquainted with the their perhaps our friends giving

pen!e upon this total are S 1.(03 63. Anecdote of Fidd and Hunncl.-A stranI luch was their purpose) to decide a question of have forgotten the l lact.Gono appointee, that he is utterly destitute of the replies to read the follow ingientence

Counting cotton only at six cents profits! I I cer once called upon John Field, the celebrated constitutional laic, involving-not matter qualifications which should distinguish the oc. I from the New York Tribune. Greg is speaking .

are $1,973.03 ; counting it at seven cents, pianist, (who resided many years in business of any Iut- to California. cupant of this high post. It seems to be difficult of the late Convention held interw'ont.
((823,179.52.) and profits are 85,265.01. It Moscow, and) died there.) pretending to be ai pertaining tojtbe; Legislation The following gentlemen lately took their in which Democrats and Free Soiler are reported .
to determine which is I
is proper to state that part of the crop was sold i pabnionatc lover ofmtuic and stating that he he right of an Independent Co-ordinate Branchof I I most astonishing to have united.
for California from
departure Pensacola 1 Similar and
at seven cents, and it may average that. 'could not 1el1"cIo co\\', without bating the Government to exercise its appropriate : as !I his presumption in seeking, or his success in I I meeogs
Now, it must be borne in mind that this i is 1! heard the celebrated master Field perform. functions! The proposition,that they l.td any i i f! we learn from the Gazette of that place : I obtaining the station. It should be mentioned coalitions are said to have taken ace in

one of the best plantations! as well in soil as j Field! somewhat flattered by this mark of such legal in too absurd to merit seri. I I'I Charles A. Tweed late of Milton, Flo. ; I however to the credit of the Cabinet that the 1 I Wisconsin and Connecticut. They an refresh

management, and that this was an extraordinary '!I attention from a stranger, sat immediately power Calvin GillU, late Alabama ;. Henry Patti- I Ii offered their memory by referring to .V> Web-
I Gov.
good crop. It must also bo assumed that''down: to the piano, and played with exquisite OUt consideration. Wo have too much re.j i eon, Geneva, Ala. ; B. W. Dulany! Milton. !I place was to Graham, a gentle. I ster's speech in the last Presidential .nvass,
the land will continue ''I of his beautiful icci. The for the something man, 1'ke the present occupant Judge Saunders .
to maintain its fertility grace one cal" epect g'ntlcmen-cm.ling I I I Fla. ; T. V. Mims, do. ; Edward TwitcheH, in which he
and value, and that the same hands will keep I I stranger thanked him again and again. De. lose than a (quorum, if wo recollect rightly !!j i do.! ; Dillon Jordan, Jr., Emmet Edmunds, well qualified, barring: one defect, com. attempted to prove and course

the buildings in repair; as no allowance is I i claring that he never heard the piano play who took part in the inauguration, to charge Rodolph! Chaistain, Xumar Chaistain Peter mon to both (to which more importance should succeeded in proving, (for it wouIJiot! be

made in the expense account for such repairsor ;, ed with such ease and precision. them with the folly of making such Rochblavc! and Edward Van Baun, of Pensacola. be given than has been) ignorance Spanish respectful to charge so great a man vb fail
any pro-
there will! be a loss under that head. I Field riot having much opinion of the stringer ure,) that the Northern Whigs are th"true
Most of the corn and meal credited from atoll I still, out of politeness, asked him to play tension. On the contrary)' i is mOlt reason. language. "

mill on the place. All the cloth and shoes something. His request was faintly I refused, able and charitable to suppose, that they Mr. Tweed has resigned his placo an a Democratic Convention in Alabama. Free Soil Party :

are manufactured by Col. Willutns but upona but Field persisted, and the stranger seated joined in the proceedings because they Senator in the Legislature of the State, allured This body has just held its session in Mont We do not wish to deny to the nE con.

distinct place. himself at the piano. thought becoming that the Governor eject.hauM by the glittering and enchanting prospect glomeration any merit to which it m t fairly
I In the
The place mentioned in Alabama I belongsto Without any prelude, the stranger took up i presented by the land of oId.! Whig gomery. nomination (Governor the lay claim. The doctrines put forth'i is late
Ilobort Montague, esq.,of Marcngo county. :I (the same theme which Field had just been bo inaugurated in the presence of the g though two thirds ink way adopted. A large number Siamese Convention with regard to avert',

The items of valuation are: playing, and extemporized upon it in the most General _\ucmhIJ-ofwbich there was not I lie be, we can but regret his departure. Asa of unsuccessful ballots were had, when Judge the right to prohibit it in the Territoss and

1100 acres cf land,at $2* S'l'.500 OD I masterly manner ; treating it in every pos-i- to be another regular meetiig for two years. Senator in the last: General Assembly, by Comer of the Supreme Court was mentioned the wrong cf Congressional: intenddling!

120 lavc3. at $V& 4 .OOO IN) I I ble way, and embellishing it with the most We conversed with one gentleman: (a mem. his independent, manly and faithful dischargeof and nominated by acclamation. The Convention with it in the Slave States, are soundid pertinent .
4 wagon 4LKJ( 00 I i exquisitely beautiful and fascinating Tana. his duties he commanded the ; but are they any other thanie( doctrines
3 joke of gion.at $33 150 00 her of the Legislature! ) who joined in the in. highest respect unanimously adopted the Resolutions
20 mulct and horses at $?5 2,250 OU lions.Field auguration ceremonies am! we know well of his political opponents. But Mr. T. which the rft';* of the Free Sts long
4003 bu. corn on hand for plantation use, stood for some time, as one amazed, of the Virginia Legislature on the subject ot since propounded and hire consistent maintained
at 35 cents 1,400 00 when suddenly I bursting into tears, h) seized that the idea of the Legislature deciding the is not the only Senator now on the route from Slavery.! ? Has the coalition! done thing;

}"Fodder and oats. do do do 200 00 the head of the performer from behind, and question, how Jong Governor terra Florida to California. Louis Aldrich, Esq., ---- more than renounce the I.oco.t co tots on

*40 0"bead of cattleat becp,&1 $5 S"l do do do do. 200 140 OJ OU 1 Idiiing him, he exclaimed with great emotion continued, never entered his Ioeleya to b of Alachua County, who is every way one of James S. Pub, Ta}lor Elector Alabama, the one side and the Abolition! on !, other,

'Q" Logs .do do COO 00 -'You are Hummel for Hummel i is the renounced for its jirrposterousness. the most conscientious and inflexibly honest is \Ir. I1iHiard's opponent iu the MontgomeryDistrict. and plant! themselves substantially v Whig
OOOO+ ll>*. bacon and do 01,1 in the world who could
perk 1,000 only man extempor. ground 1
Hough and all ether tools do iOO 00 isn in such a manner,' and Hummel had great The Courts are the proper tribunals to decide and upright men whom it has ever been our Mr. Pugh's objection to Mr. Ili!. .

difficulty in extricating himself from the controversies between two parties claim pleasure to know-a politician elevated far liard, is the alleged lukewarmnesa of the lat. 03"J.: R. Underwood, Whig, U. .Sena-

on capital at 1 per cent, $$2,240,7ii 00Jntereit SO hands of his admirer, in order to embrace ing the came office. Whether ihey arc competent above the tricks cf political artifice-an un. ter in support of the rights of the South, as tor from Kentucky, has coma out ir *or of

Cash expends ta\e. aterage, 100 00 him. to decide in a case involving the rights flinching Democrat, but one whose devotion thown in Ms failure to sign the Southern ad.
Ulankct,hats,and hoes, (other clothingall negro emancipation in that State f. Clay,
homemade) 250 00 ARRIVAL OF Tit. U. S. SUIP LEXINGTON and powers of a co-ordinate department, we to party was always subordinate to his regardfor dress. In the canvassnlast fall, if we recol- his colleague, is with him on the su?ct. It

Medical bill average not exceeding 40 00 LARGE AMOUNT OF CALIFOUNIA GOLD.- are not prepared to affirm or deny. Xor do the interests of the State-it was with snr. sect rightly, Pugli refused to pledge himselfto is ot of
expected they both be instrucd
SOU lb. iron. $30 hoes,spades, &.c. $30 GO 00
Average outlay for mules over what are NEW YORK, June 10, P. M.-Tho U. S. we know and whether Gov. Mosely admits row and regret that we bid him good bye as vote for Fillmore for the Vice Presidency.We their seats at the next session of the! eoisls

raised 100 00 sloop of war Lexington, Commander: Cbatard, such to exist in the Judiciary but we ho passed through Tallahassee on his long wish him success. There is no Demo
power ; So be it.
Average expense yearly for machinary repairs is now coming up ,the harbor. She is from ture.
route. We could but feel how fallacious crat in the field.
that in order to settle
20 00Daggin California, and last from Rio Janeiro. When do know an unpleasant ,

; and Rope 350 00 she left San Francisco she had on hoard sir. controversy}', he was willing to submit to such might be the hopes which he gave us of his SAILED.-The Brig Warcaller, Josselyn, 6z' The New York Globe, *d other

$5G76 00 I teen hundred and screnty-six pounds of grain an arbitrament.If return at no distant day. cleared from New York for St. Marks on the Barnburner prints, are warmly daouncingMessrs.

gold, but landed four hundred and fitty.six it is determined to agitate this matter Tweed and Aldrich are both young men. lllb instant. The Warcaller will probably' Ritchie and Burke for the* opposition
This crop(123,000pound8( ] ,) at six per cent pounds of it at Valparaiso : she therefore
hALt will leave a balance of 81,004 20, brings only twelve hundred and eighteen which wo suppose we are to infer from the In their departure Florida has lost two of her bo the last vessel out from New York for St. to Col.' Benton's Wilmot Provio more-

which ia just about enough to pay the owner pounds of it to this city. publication of the Attorney Genl'i. opinion jewels. Marks before the opening of the fall trade. ment.f .

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ROADS. of which was 82'JUO per nvle. The average From the Florida Sentinel. ART. I.. The Frenchmen taken prisoners General Taylor and Col. Jefferson Darts. 1 BAI REL PRIME TORE.

We Lave read with much interest a long rate is about $1500. As to the profits to Efemphis Oonvcntion. on the day ofthe 30lh of April ars free, and -Queer things happen in this world. A fV\v .1 50 5 casks bbi- St.bacon Louis Shoulders and Western, Floor,

communication, over the si-nature of F. P. those who have invested in them, the best His Excellency Gov. Mosely has just handed will be sent to the French camp. years ago n young man on the banks of the 5 Sacks Rio Coffee

ART. 2. The Roman people will salute with Southe k Mississippi eloped with the datigbter Liquor ot: all kinds. Just received and for sale byGEO.
in tho Macon evidence that satisfactory is found in us a list of names appointed by him to
Holcomb which lately appeared they arc *
applause and fraternal demonstrations, at mid of an old planter, as the Hither would not
Journal $. Messenger in relation to Plank the rapid multiplication of the roads ; there attend this Convention to be held on the 4th day, the brave soldiers ofthe sister republic. consent to the marriage. Time rolled on ; Tallahassee, June 12, 1i'19.Notice..

Roads. We think we shall be doing a welcome being now not less than 100 in New York, of July at Memphis (Tenn.) The object of The triumvirs the daughter died, and the father and l widowed .

service to our readers, by giving them a where the first was commenced July, 1S4G.t ( .- this Convention is so fully understood that CARLO ARMELLINI. husband met on the bloody but victorious t LL personshavin demand against the f fat "of2"x

synopsis of ft contents. >y the General Incorporation act of that we deem it unnecessary to make any remarks, GUISEI'PE MAZZINI. field of Buena Vista. On that terrible day, John BoZeman, late of Hatnillon county, deceased

AURELIO SAFFI.ROME amid scenes of carnage and valor, the gallant will present them to me without delay, duly
flank Heads first tiied in Russia, were State, profits are limited to 10 per cent, nctt other than to express the hope that some of May 7, 181'J. young hero sustained well and nobly the gallantry nuthentlcated, within the time prescribed. bj law,

thence introduced into Canadafrom whence gain ; when they would rise higher than that, the delegates appointed may find it convenient of his countrymen, and the old hero extending or they will be barred. '

they very naturally extended themselves to the fare i* required to be reduced so as to bring to attend. Every South western State The Last of Size fled Coats.-The London to him his band for the first time since June 9. 1949. w-23 Sheriff JOHN ex O. officio SMITH Adm'r.,

New Yoik. In that State they are multiplyin them within that limit. To some existing will be largely represented, and we trust from papers commirtioned briefly announce the death ofthe oldest the marrfage of his daughter, said :- -
officer in the the English Notice to the Public.
Sir, daughter was a better judrre
with Between roads however this restriction does the magnitude of the subjects to be considered my
rapidity. points Field Marshal
conriertod not
great apply, army, General Sir George character than I am. Here i i'm my hand.' F.MZABETH LEA, of Newport, in the

even by Rail Roads and Canals, not. and their profits are reported to Le 30 per that Florida may have a voice in a mar Nugent, K. C. IJ. at his seat at great Malow. Two years hate passed away. A Pre i- MR3. ot WaknIU, as puaidian of the infant

ter puny national in its character which his age was ninety.two. He entered the I heirs of Henry B. Ovi-rstreet and vJs wife Amelia
withstanding the cheapness; of passage at.d cent. dent is to bo inaugurated. Tho son-in-law,
Caroline Overstreet. (formerly Breran.)) both cf
transportation which these offer, it has been We publish the foregoing with the view of seems elsewhere to be attracting so much at army 1772 as ensijn in the 'JUt regiment in May, now a rnember, of the United States Senate, whom are deceased, wilt, at the cxpmrlion of(thirty

tention. when la was only seventeen years old. is appointed chairman of a committee to wait d.iys alter( the publication ot this ni ice.apply by petition -
that Plank Roads have been the attention ofthe of Florida
exiling people He
teen his
came regiment to chores in
our upon the President and infor u him of his el 'ctiori. in wtitiru.( as guardian rf Elizabeth A. Over-
established. As to the grading necessary, it formally and emphatically, to this subject. We observe that Gov.; Moseley had been the eaily par: ofthe revolution, and served in Then again the father and t
it found that when the ascent or descent along' Several considerations recommend this State previously thinking of the subject, but as the the expeditiot under Sir Henry Clinton and That was a proud day (for Jefferson B.tUztIt, Judged the Middle Ciicnit Florida,the forpcrtnis.n
<>r> to sell forty acres ot laud belonging lo
ibo contemplated track is more than about as a fair field for plank Road Enterprises.1st. .- time approaches, ho deemed it best to stif. Gen. Vaughr. up the Hudson in 1777: ; when Davis. It was his hour of tietory. We s.iill infantsituate in Leon C.wtity, being an urdi-

foot In suteen is The abundance of pine forest for the get the names of such gentlemen from different Forts Montgomery and Clinton waere taken, would rather have been Davis than Taj lor.Th vided moiety of eighty acres, granted hy the United
one sup.
necessary ; and lale'Orerstreet.
Ksopus, or as it H now called, Kingston, Rweet whisperings of the spirit voice of Slates to Amelia Caroline Brenan. ( )
though on some ofthe roads established, the ply of timber. In New York the resort is to parts of the State, as would credibly was burrit. lie participated in other battles the with him aui Octavius Brenan, as tenants in cr-rtmon. on the
departed one mast have been 20th of Anit, lS3-l.nd which Und is described
is much foot Hemlock defective wood for represent Florida, and though upon the eve during lime war, at the in 1792 had rien
inclination as as one in ten or a very bridges, peace there.-llzchange.CCr in the said grant, as the west half f the ncrtli

twelve. being knotty, it is exceedingly porous, and Conseq'ieniy of issuing our sheet, we very gladly make to rank of lieutenant-colonel, and was a west quirter section thirty-two, in township two,

room for the publication of the list handed short time on he peninsula. He was on of A son of Erin once accosted a Rev. north of range noe,east, in t ihf district of lands sub
will be able understand thetnnnner in 2. The u?.
Our readers to wanting durability. remirkable -
the fourteen field-Marshals England at the disciple ofSwedenburgh thus : ject to sale at Tal'ahassce! Florida Territory, containing

of construction by carefully reading levelness of the surface throughout Some of the Christian names are not known. time of his dtuth, and the last British onicer Mr. you say we are to follow the eighty acres "
the fyllowingeitnict. We premise by saying, the greater? jart ofthe State : thus obviating Hon.WEST Jackon rxontDA.Morton, i 1.M.Ti.A.Westcott Lnn who fought against us in the revolution, same business" in Heaven that we do in this By her Attorney, Wm. P.DUVAL.

that the 20 feet fpa? Consistent, Very.-A Whig Taylor I. Yes that i in acro-dince with
paper < perfect reason
first sentence, is for the two roads which run of the New Yoik roads, seems generally to O. M A*cry, Geo. K. Walker, 1'uluski Tenn. Dr. C. H. BUNTING
published at objects to the
U. P. HawJ.'y, William p. Duval, for the Creator himself is not idle, and ,
eide by iide-that plank and that of earth- amount to something like a third ofthe cost. J. J. rinlt-y, Leslie! A. Thompson, election ofthe old war horse Gen. TmusJale, why should his creatures be ]" SURGEON DENTIST

ihf latter being used for turning out upon, Jd. The depth ofthe sand along time tracks U II. Lon2. J. T. Archer, as governor, for two reasons ; first, because Well, thin, \er boner, do paple die ,
Alexander, Joseph Clisby, he is a military'chieftain and second because QUINCY, FLA.REFERENCE .
there !
vehicle of of roads them ;
when meet. most our -making though J. (;. Koulhac, WIT II Uroclcnbrou h, I has .
A. E he never filled any civil office. This Certainly not -they are as immortal ait
rtunarkably level, not less difficult of James Baker, Maxwell, :
The r.iad i is cleared and levelled I passage
grubbed comes from that all for "
a went
paper lengths the Creator himself.
A. \\'oodwarj, j JWaye UaLer
CO feet in width. Preparation for laying the than if they ran through mountainous regions. Wm. the election of General DP J. L. SHIELDS, GEN. C. H. DuPONTj
C. C. Yout :. j Bailey, Taylor, whose only "Thin I should like to know yer honor, DR. J. M. %V. DAVIDSON, WM. T. STOCKTON.
f'jperstrucJion is then made, by plowing or Indeed hill is relief in Uddward Ucllaray.MIKDLU T. J. Heir, recommendation his
a frequently
a were services
great H. military ; what they'll find for me to do, for I'm a gravedigger ;::3- Dr. B. will be in Talbhas the first week, iuJulv.
picking (usually the former.) the surface, and travelling through Middle Florida, from the FXOlilDA. Win, for aside from having never filled any civil in this world." .

onkin* it mellow and convenient to be C. II. Dupont, IlK- Gamble, office, he had never voted for President June 2, 1313. 22ICE
oven a It U add that the Rev.
fict: that there is generally absence of deep A. K. Allison, i Cl. Anderson, hardly necessary
into the
brought precise shape requited. On J. G. McCanta of the United States, though over sixty and
sands its sides. between A. J. Turfman, gentleman was completely nonplussed ICE !
side ofthe ofthe on disproportion
one centte track, two chauaels Daniel) of
Bird, -Cincinnati
II. 13 llaujrhton, years age. Lnp. discharged Pat without giving him the required

then the burthen carried mad and the W.S. A REGULAR supply of this desirable article will
are dug bring guided by a line which on a plank James M. Gilchris! :, Dilworth.KAKT If
only Gen TjuoraoALE abe information.
were not to .
xl. be kept at the Rail Road Depot m the course
i is stretched where one end of the will would Henry Gee, TLOEIDA.
planks common road, consequently be
greater make a speech or write a letter in good En. of next week. Those wishing the article will
1.). L. White, A. Cole,
come. These channels are dug such a distance Florida than in libh if plea-e their Tickrts at the Drug Store of E.
in other Slates
most ho broke procure
-vastly Itiibert Gibson, A. G Johnson, Jr. only promises to his fellow WILMINGTON N. C. JUNE
j 16.-Turprn.
apart that the stringers when laid in BARNARD, JR. Ice wil! b* delivered at the RailRoad

them, will be seven feet apart fron outside.At greater than in New York where the common J Jesse. (3 Mctiehee COP, J.SL.P..Sanderson IJurritt, citizens allude-l without cornpnnc'.ion-ihe Whig paper tine.-Sinco Thursday morning last 330 bbls. D'-pot until 7 o'clock' and in no case iciltit Itj
t-i increase it list of
roads strict attention might objections j delton-ed without Tickets-',erxms v.ishing the
in fine article
the first by are kept
glance it might preleiable Ii. A. C. GiJlctt and I
Maya, into Market
appear Turpentino wen brought
f and help its list of objections, and help will please take notice of tfiit. The price de-
to tiav (bern nearer together; but if is understood condition. U L. C.Church I S.Charles D. Fernandez, its character for consistency at tie same dipo-ed of at $52.13: per bbl. for New Yellow j livered at the Depct.ia 3 cents per Ib. Ticket for
this would involve liability in the plank Pope, Byrne, .* ibi. will be issued.
John Dead, i I. D. Hart, time Dip, and 2.73 bbl. for Virgin, being a
Native per
to trip up when a heavy loaded wagon drives Americanism. A sina.l -'ipply of Ice will b" st H Barnard's,
Samuel J. Jos M.
| Dougla.'s, Hernandez, decline of3c. the bbl. for Yellow and where a Ticket for 5 Ib*. will 4 Hi- Ice.
the road Mr. Levin the Native American Member on Dip procure
upon having a bearing at first only I It. 1'. I'pgue, j C. Drew, Cedilc llamani Xcriptores, Cedite Graii.' Those wanting Ice in large iiuntity, for parties,

on the citrerne ends ofthe planks. Congress from Philadelphia, seems to be a j B. F. Allen, J Jesse Carter. -" So famous has Gen. Taylor become an a an advance of lOc. on the bbl. for Virgin, &.C., will please send their orders; to Mr. Nash, at

Toe mud.rills ofthe stringers having been mighty man in his influence over the powers S.Jos W.Branch, j Hun. D. 1. Yoke, writer, that there are rumors of his probable since our last quotation. the Depot,two or three cteys betore if will be called
Carmack J.
M. Pearson
properly adjusted in the trenches, the t-arth f.ir.so that it may be at hand if possible.
been at Washington. Well!, the Native American j U K. Call, .' W. A. Forward, employment as a journalist hi several of the NEWBBEX, N. C.. June 12.-Turpe.nlinc. :The principal Depot is at J\"ncfort,\\here it can
having previously m-llow is filled o' the It
G.T.VarJ.. S. K.Mallory, leading papers day. i actually

in around-and between the stringers, and also party supported Gen. Taylor for the Presidency M. D Papy, Gordon, that an interview upon this subject; has Moderate receipts of this article, steady at be DANIEL obtnir.ed LADS in,any quantity, by applying to Mr.

for the space of a few inches on the oiUnde of! and it is but fair that they should! have taken place between thn President and the 81.G.-1 a Sl.G7 for Old Dip, $2.23 a 2.10, I Tallahassee, June 2, IS I'J. 22

them. This filling is raised about one inch their reward. In an address to them, in Philadelphia ITALY. editors of the National Intelligencer. The l'orirgiti ; Scrape, 93c. a 93c. Administrator's
The popular au
above the and is seem
stringers now ready to receive New Era
Lrin uses the following language. also, is believed to have made up.
the which for themselves} character fur be so:d at pt'olusale: before the Court
plank, are uniformly Hgln I establishing a for series of editorial
plication the influence
We quote frcn the Pennsjlvanian : ] a upon Sbnter Exirrl l'iil of Y'Ierinn. house door in the city ot Tallahassee, on
feet long and of any width from Ion to fifteen j moderation and wisdom which who : cube( diflerencp f.races the i
many ac- j upon Monday, :2d: day of July neif, two NEGRO SLAVLS
Tni invaluable is efficaci..u
inches, and frequently wider at one end than Look! what I have done for you. I had I cuse them as anarchists, might envy. We 'mileage question, and old lather Ritcsre is in Nervous and !lljstenc preparation affection signally, S1eeptes..ss. [ belormr to the estat'e of the late %V. W. Tajlor,

the other; which, while it efiects a saving of Rohetle, a tiill-blootied Native, appointed Mar ; 'known lo have tendered urgent proposal* for and: Sick Headache, producing quiet and tranquil ;j deceased, consisting of" a valuable boy, aged; about
hal. I hud Ashmeaii publish below the thrilling appeal of the Trij'I :22, and a womana.ed about 5o. Terns, Ca- h.
timber is at the fame time an advantage troni appointed District At. i itorney a score communications upon proscription." sii-ep, leaiing r.o unplejaant sensations after its use, >

the facility it afiords in turning curves, by put. and Sloanaker the Naval Airmt. i iThis umvirs to the French soldiers. The address The above, which we take from the Ohio which are the inevitable remits ol! opiates, &.c. ItmsmnarimIictured June 2, 1019.jj RICHARD-3w HAYWABD Administrator.I .

ting several wide ends or but together inuccessiun. have done for you. Nay, more ; before ofthe Generat.iti-Chieffollows. State Journal, (\Vhi ,) is the severest thing, and Pi.vaicidns by d prGeesaPpr.v&d knmvn, troin by the the root abLitChemist' in a j

The thickness ofthe planks \aries '. J would allow WM. I). Lewis to be appointed \ Address of ITazzini to the Prench Soldiers i(says the Louisville Democrat,) we have read green state, i eject in; tiedeud root cf importation. |I WARM SPRINGS, -

on different! roads from three to four in. Collector, T made him pledge himself *. Jiolu'iers of the Fiench Forj1 on Gen. Taylor's want of writing abilities.v .- Dr. Belit of the JMcLeaa Asvluia, Mas, is now MERKIWETHKR COtJNTY, G EORGLta .
ches the former i Unruh tin to me that he vould select o'w.1tiiValircs republic Uiiug thtj prparationand uutaorizes us to
though most lo sjjHe
coinrooa. %
the second time cJmen enemies by shouid the Whigs be twitting and ridiculing I. .,, THE undersigned take this method of
are -
The Wringers are pretty uniformly four fill the mres. And so, ioo, with Postmaster \ you as their President fur hid and hud a favorable opinion ut it, believing it to to con- '?;-7.r informing the publicthat the Hotelat this
under iho walls: itf Rome, ofthe republican i'' own clumpy lain all Irw profvrties cf Valerian, and reeomnwnds I
iacbeisquare, and any convenient len ih from \ \\ kite. He made the witm* promUt'h. Lev.j 4,1ilWdI; known V.'afenn place, will btf ready
j city which was once the cradle 'awkward COnlJOsiti"fls after they did ail they it 33 much more convenient than any other fuim." I
is is Native, lor last fall liberiyand J' lor lie reception of vmiter', on thtfirslaayofJunenext.
eittecn tu feet and laid a when I
twenty simply end to j was runnins ) military glory. It is an act of fratricide, could lo perttiadt ih people before the flection [From the distins 'ished Dr. Georze Chandler. Lnnatic The whole establishment has been thcroueh-

end without any pplieing or fastenin In j f.'r Congress, he gave 2.10 towards my which is imposed on and this fratricide that Gem,. Taylor was one of the most HMpit3ir\Vorce ,we are tavurtatith tie ly renovated,and additional accommodations provided

one instances UlR'bl l three inches thick and election an-J workeJ hard fur njf. 'I'he Ttmenled i you ; lere. and beautiful wiiier.s in the ? folhroing kind K-lter : tor company in search ol health at.c pleasure*
if it could l Ie coii-Hitmnutevi country
ever would! stii'iea
c lv inches wide, have been recommended (Jroier gave 8309. If you should be j State Lunatic Hospital, ? A line of lour-horae Post Coaches will run from

and adopted, but the four inch ringer is much disappointed in getting office in the Custom j jI moral blow at the liberty ol France. The Comfort for ultra Vhigery !-Nay, if Genj j \7onvs'er' AJu* August 7, 113. ) Bfilvieu to Greentille, via. the Spring, ccnnectin;
Messrs. KcJtv. Co
two people are bound by mutual ties. The Drinlcy 5. the two mainlines of travel between Montgomery
the most common, and appears to answer the j House or Post Ulficf, there is the United I oral! shall abide his !
I by pledges u.uithe Dear Sir- :-Vour favor of the TJ ha* been received -
and the Atlantic, at those two points, a; d affording
republic extinguished amongst us, would be
purpose well, as lutie reliance is placed upon i State Martha), who is a good Native, and has an subject of the veto, and Cxecuiiie interference and I l a'teii to reply.! We have nd only one every facility to passengers to reach the Spring

the strwerb for the bearing. J j about sixty olTjres lo gi i-o out. Besides, the J eternal stain on your flag one ally the less for with Congress, we may expect to see boUte of your Pure Kxfract of Valerian In one from every direction.

Two sntt pine the plank in its place, and j i Navy Yard and the Arsenal must br cleate l France in Kuiope, one sirp the more on the even him co-operating with the Democratic case of a mild form ut Delirium Treniens in which :Experienced Assistants have been provided
I road lo a monarchical restoration, towards we u-Jed it, the agitation and trembling were cuhned in the various departments ot the Hotel.
it with out. I stood before. lh
third standing > Cabinet
a wooden
a upon heavy at firmly cs I in out his and
] ; which a deceitful or deceived impel party carrying measures policy. by one hundred drop dose of it. I Lope to be able The V'arin Springs are situated on a spur of the
nuu! made of a eoyad piece ol timber two ; Mood upon the bloody field of Kensington and j I beautiful and government Union. to say something in favor ofthe Valerian be1ore1cn.It Pine Mountain, 3rt miles north-east from the city of

and a balf.Vet long, and right inches thick rfoulhwark, when the martyred victims of the your gieat country. is an elegarit preparation. Colarnous Tne Fountain gushes forth IWO eallons -
*' And if the in whom is
vi the pin trough one end for a bundle, strikes i Iris! Catholics were spread out before me. I Ij Ro.nr, therefoie, will combat as she has people supreme Yours very trnlv. of wafer ot" W decrees tenper&lure, per minute.

the plankablow upon ha edge in the middle i ito j did not flinch then, nor will 1 flinch now.J .- already combated. Sho knows that the fights power over the question, stall think proper to GEO. W. CHANDLER, M. D. Of tlie eiScacy of the e waters.in the cure of rr.iny
for her own liberty and fir Soldiers 'send a Democratic Hoiiau of Representatives, diseases,the fullest ptoot can be furnished
drive it t> its fellow. Then three or lour j These men shall redeem ihcir pledges to me.j jours. AgentNos. *-,
the ofthe French republic Whilst you are marching )0U will certainiy see the Old Hero co-opera- 3auJ 4 South s.-de Fanuil Hall, Posfon. JOHN I. AIUSTIAN.
blow j
iven euiface oldie '
arc| up-m plank June 2,1S43. 224wSheriff'i
when against our tri-color flag, the Russians, 'linn with a Democratic Congress in earning LEWIS & AMES,
g difierentpointK, it becomes NEWS
fitmlyand j jaccuratelyfcffitled SAUVC'S
ntoii Ciir.'AssE.-Thc
down j N. the niemi of 1'$15, are marching into hungary out its measures and !policy with the same energy Sole Airt-uU for Talhthassee. Sale.
ryirgwilhiU he earth which hud stringers been, filled car- Orleans Picayune of the I0th insi. has the and dreaming of a march into France. At and zeal as we expect to see a democratic .- B virtue of a Writ cf Fieri Facias issued from

;djQVClhe finders, und on which the following : eonie miles distance from you, a Neapolitan I Senateco oprating with him in carry ing THE GALPIN HOUSE. the Clerk's Ort.ce of the Circuit Court for the
plank out the democratic of removals and County of Jackson, Western Cin-nit Florida, and
for.its We last cvenjnsaw a gentleman direct corps, which we have attacked, holds time banner practice
now depend suppoit. One more blow Tl'Ai NEVNANSYILLE FLORIDA 'o me directed, wherein Daniel Cook is plaintiff,
*m the ed iol'the plank finishes the operation, from the scene of this crevaFje, and the infor. i imation ot'deopolibin and intolerance displayed.At ..-.. alIontfnents.-2atiuzza: ; Jt'r1 THE public are intormedtha the "Gti.- anti R-nnen Scott u detendar.t, 1 have levird %upon

by which tine another plank is ready, and he is rather sonic leagues: ltomn son, on our left, a republican Mark the confession Ifthedemocratic Senate I **'"* HITE" i* n *. i,;>, n.-d fir the receotoii'id. and will offer for sale, before the Ccnrt-Housedoor,

the rapidly repeated. I thouid gave us encouraging. He city, L-gtiorn, resists at this moment will confirm the appointments of(General I i i ._ ,f f UoirdeM ai-J Travellers, and] tu! ;. may j in the town of Qu.ncy.on the final MorJay n.. July

mark process howrer, that each piank is alternately! re- states that Mr. Dunbar is progressing admirably 1 Austrian invasion. 'I here i k your place.- Taylor, General Taylor! will co-operate with i! rest assured th-re will ue no pam-spireii in rr.ak-n, ls-li within legal hours, the following described
with his works Tell leaders democratic in its I| them cudl'trta/ie as far as in the power of the Proprietor p rop ;rtvto wit :
and has their
already considcrably i }OUt to keep woid. Remind a Congress carryfiig out
laid in and out, or jutting past each other i to do i i. His stable-, are new and in first The .llowin..; Negro Slave: Jefl, Dick, Fieldead !
about lure inches, for tho purposo of as.t lessened the volume of water through i them that at Marseilles and Toulon! they measures and policv! That is, the present I j jdt ; rate order, and a first rate wtler ahvajs in attendance. pener.

>i tingthelieelsto ri >e upon the road in the the breach. The work thus far i piomUt'd you a battle against the! Croats. nasty only serve for the oflices amid leave to j Leviedupon as the rroj>erty of said defendant,
of formed accomplish Remind them that the Fiench soldier holds at the democracy the duty governing the coun :;. C. Private apartments al\vav furnished forlaJM. and to be sold to satiety said \>nt of Furi Facias.L' .
rcnl a rt being at the ends the '
ol ed be .
to C. WEST. SheriifBj
seem* strong and well secured. J G10. M. GALPIN, -
the end of his bayonet the honor and liberty try. And this a'JmMion is nvid cooly by .
ptstik.cu P. F. JONES.
ewnanvUe,June 23, Isl'J.-25 Proprietor.
: %% folnvs the filling in the catth at Our informant also says that Mr. Dunbar 1 France. French soldiers Soldiers of lib.etty ihoK who talk of locofnco dishonesty and Jane 2, lS3'.

the ends of te planks necessary to keep them supposes be may stop the water in the course March not against your brethren. recklessness.-1'etciiylranian. Notice.
moviu lateral! Our battles are )oums. Let the two tri.coor! ,
from ,. }-as they are not at- (.eflhijS week -possibly by Thursday we flags ally the.'iwlves and march together to \ The Ilollowell Gazette in commenting on \\JILL be sold in the town of Quincy, on the first AT NEWPORT SPRINGS, FLA.THIS .
lacked to stringer by any KiiH ol fattening underwood him. Rut whether} he does or not, the liberation of nations and the destruction of j'tyrants. 'the practice of silting! at church in prayer VV Monday in July next the followmnd.scriI'ed A-'r3 HOTEL has !been completed, and
of II. Scales
whale i* neither to the estate Joseph ,
spikes, pins, or property belonging:
any it is the belief 'time We remember of good old to the puolic a desirable
of a presents
of ihdiind) and sanguine our informant that, God, France, and Italy, will bless I i' says- : deceased:
thing being m-cebsary- to place of resort for the approaching season.
the live the 'minister who once prayed fervently for those CVe Dental Instruments, 1 GrindStone and mieriali -
with I
facilitate driisg upon and offthe road. Thin continued advancement of the work, your arms. Long French republic ltismtdeemed necessary to peacnt! the advantage
of the congregation: who were too proud to t Watch, 7 pieces jewelry pieces Muquio -
) raised about three as it is going on, in ten days from Long live the Roman republic. derived from the waters and bathing by those who
filling iscoitiutily inches now there stand." Net tins, t Cloth Cloak, 5 Pivot Teeth, 4 pair
"The Triumvirs kneel and lou lazy to have frequented the S uiuzs. The virtues of the
at first abo lhe planks t>u that when it becomes will not be much water in our inundated district Pants, 1 Cloth Cot, 1 Lint n Co it, 1 pair Drawer?, 1pair well known, and adulation.
require no
thoaghly settled and 9 ARMCLLINI SAFFI, MAZXiXI."Rojic Call voit this Bac1in ," $c.-The NewIl'ortI Boots. I Hat, Shaving Apparatus,2 bottles Clar- water are
compacted by In addition to the former attractions,an Ice Hor'.a
; so much will the current through the 10 IS etVine, 235 Plate Teeth, 3 Slurts. i pair Linen i
use, it will v at least as high as the ends of May Mercury compares Gen. Tiixlor to will be well tilled with this desirable article, and s.Mint
2 Linen Coats, 2 Vests, 2 Cravats 2 pur
the planks. If it should betile below this, attention breach have been diminished. hiJmaflsViti! inexpressible! joy 1 have Charles II., and BMS that the men who were Socks: I H. t, i do*. Tooth Powder, 1 Folio, and 1Bumc | Garden near by. New Stables are being erected -
This is indeed and received and the active the pener.il for the and visitois will receive every attention caN
inus immediately be given to restoring encouraging we hope published bulletin of Gene in nominating pre'i. and Harness. their the
ra! Garibaldi, relative lo the brilliant feat of dice chiefly political gamblers. The Terms ot Hale.-All sums under five dollars, culatedto make stay at Sprinsr* pleasant.
the elevation were
the free
per by addition of soon again to see our streets from water. Newport, May 19, ii>4i). CO-3m
and alt of fie dollars and over, pjyable
taoie earth A slope on the ditch side should aims at Palvstrina, performed yesterday. Mercury is a whig paper. Cash, sum with bond and
the first ot January
on day ap-
be given rftbout three inches to the foot.- FORCIGN APPUINTMCXTS. Citizens Modern Rome i* like the ancient North Carolina Fisheries.-The fishing jrotid security. I;. C. WES I*. GEO. H. BESTWICK, .

Tim cartVvLich is used in the filling-in may THOMAS M. 1'ooxn, of New-York to be city; surrounded with enemies in the infancy season has closed und the catch of herrings is Sheriff and ex officio Admr. Wholesale & Retail Grocery i Proiisian Dealer,

ie obtain! Irotn the ditches. The ditches Cbar Affairs to New Oienada; in, lieu of of its republican life. lint if the first carnu only half'tlie average former seasons. The Q'iincy' June 23, 1S4S. 2 TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.

are of code, an p scntiul part of the woik, IJcxJA.Mix A. RIDLACK, deceased. forth armed and powerful in war from being catch ol shad is about a third less than the T7"EEPS constantly on hand and for sale at th.
and all thpare and expense bestowed in lirtt CHARLES L. Fi.izsut.t of the so often! assailed, the second, innocent, pure though a few of the fisheries have For JLV lowest cash price", for cashall the articles int
District average
from blood, cleansed fiom ambition and FINE Law library,consitinj; of upwards of t his line( f business. Flours of best qualities,Sijmzar5
tbn and afterwards them as.
Opening keeping t
entire of the
of Columbia to be Consul Siutl anl done better. The products present A able
at : in One Thousand Volumes selected bv an Coffee, Teas Bacon Hams,Soap.' andles.Nols.Kai
clear and|order, will be amply repaid ; and Wurtembjrg, in lieu of THOMAS RKLHLEI, [tiring only to the exercise of humin: rights, season have gone t le market-not a barrel Lawyer, with great care and expense. The books sins. Lard, Whi kef, and all other articles usually

<*a no acc st muit this be neglected. Tiiey resigned. will be encouraged in her glorious mission by remaining to be shipped. are all in excellent condition: A printed catalogue tound in similar establishments. All persons wanting

thoald bro feet wide on the bottom, and the hanctify of her cause, and protected by the .f the library can be seen by calling on the under- to purchase any of the above articles, are rpectfislly *-
I). P of North Carolina
TIJ'III\ OLE. to .:"tf.vie of Warfare.-A correspondent terrni, te. to calfand them before boy-
apply invited to
two feet b nv the ofthe plunks. justice (afG(1(1. Persevere, therefore, Romans, Hungarian si 'ned. For particulars price
top be Consul at Turk's Island, in lieu of J. T.Pjrxcxr with all We wilbuvercome >f tho Newark Advertiser, writing C. %W. DOWNING, T.tahaqee. ins eloewhere.
On thide cf the graded road not occupied resigned. courage. our j from Frankfort, in (Icrniany, after describing June IC, ISO. 2t [Sentinel. Store formerly occupied by L. & 11. Greenberg
by planks, a good earth road must enemies ; we will guard our rights ; we will &, Co.,corner of Monroe and JeCtrson streets.
GCOKCI F. LJsiiCK of Rhode Island be
: to the cube patriots in their
be nude Miibiing in contour the ide of the be the corner-stone of the rebuilding of Italy. successes May 12, IS-J3. 15>.
Commercial Agent at Port au Prince, in lieu contests with the luperialists, says, the rapid Dissolution.
m4 "Tho French threaten yet once more (to
laid itb ditch and all. This
plank JosKi'it C. LUTIILK, resigned.Rev. return to the assault wo will chase them movements, and much of the success of the 'TI1E firm of COLE & PARSONS at Cedar Kevs, Just Received,

( course j pretended to apply where a tin- THOMAS SUWALL, of Maryland, to be back in the tracks; have left Hungarians is owing to a mode of warfare JL is this- day dissolved by mutMil consent and SCIIR. TALLAhASSEE, a iar eand fresh
le plank ck is used and it will be again they from II. Parsons, who continues the business, i* PER
mat. Thomas
; Consul at St. Jugo de Cuba, in lieu of JOHN have adopted from the Turks. Every ot s'car-cured Hatn, plain Hams. Rice,
, ter of earpr wish all, I venture to pi edict, on recalled. the 30lh of April. At the first discharge of they authorized to collect t he debts and make settlements. Flour, Bacon Sides,Lard, &c. Ali of which will be
!fcre! traiung on u Plank Road, us it was v. HOLDING, cannon, let all the citizens run gallantly to horseman has an infantry soldier behind him. Cedar Keys, June 1,15IV.) A. sold at the very lowest rates for cash only.

with aims and fly to defend the walls and barrirades. When necessary, the latter descend, form and GEO. H. BESTWICK,
a me ;$iw completely and conveniently Blitz! we altrays said !-The New York God is with us. Tlie eternal right attack the enemy, after which, if advisable, June 1C, 1S40. 2 -3 w J.NO. PARSONS. Corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets.

1uI.stogie I uhJ cU discover accommodates a large inconven-busi. Express, in punching up General Tailor to of the people shall not perish. they remount and retreat, thus harrassing the Fresh Flour. May 12, 15-19. 19
no more
make tnuie removals, finally owns that AVEZZANAthe like the old Purthians. .
up JOSEPh General
&ence in tides passing each other than in enemy RARRCLSjust received per Schr.Tallahassee. Great Bargains -Real Estate.
the whigs are after the offices, and that is w hat and Minister of War 15June GEO. H.MEGINMSS.
in-Chief and Marine.
the ofthe is
Street! f Macon. This had appeared lo The present population globe estimated WILL sell my plantation 640 acres one mile
InC n gre4lifiiculy! and olijeclion lo a singlo they put the General up for. Hear it :- "RoME, May 10, 1919." at 900,000,000. Of the whole-num 9th. IS 10. 23-2\v I N'nrth <>t Tallchassee, tinely watered, more than
lithe rank and file arc not attended to in half tm.Ler, rich ha -ckat
one standing in mm G.OO
track The decree ofthe triumvirate for the liberation her that have departed, about 13.000.000
atil was surprised to find how little Tin Manufactory.
the distribution of -if men eminent per atre. Also, my house arid l l"ls in Tallahassee,
foundatiott had, in fact, and how well a sint'le for their sacrifices and labors arc thrust aside ofthe French prisoners, issued yesterday have died unnatural deaths, such as 9,000,000 encased additional workmen, we are for $l.500. Ttrm*-One third Cash,the balance in

track severed all demands upon it. The is as follows : in war, 9,000,000 by famine and pestilence, HAVING to fill all orders in our line in a two equal annual installttent", (morn 1st January,
great; t to give i nlace l to candidates unknown till the 0,000,000 by martyrdom and GdO.OOO.OHO prompt and satislactory manner. All ordcrs'from gS. JOHN P. DtVAL.Bel .
bulkjf travel the and In the God and the
being plank, name of people.
the upon victory is certain, and its celebration is over- while only 13,000,009( the country will receive immediate attention. A Air, May 5, IS 19. 18Blacksmithing.
earth ad being only used lo turn out that between the French by intoxicating liquor, merchant and dealers.T. .
editor Considering
it is as vain for a if lug or a ichig speaker peo- liberal discount given to
111)011, it hi hale tendency to cut up and be. tj attempt to arouse whlgs, when their votes pie and Rome, the state of war does not and have died in a natural way. %WHITE CO. .

t0rne ehile rutte an it will seldom happen that a arc needed, as it would be to print a daily cannot exist ; Memphis Convention. June 9, 1S49. 23 OOD, substantial, and cheap Blackstiiithing rf

Iret in urning out will take the exact journal, or to make an oration, upon the crusted That Rome defends, by right and duty, its The meeting of this Convention has been Fresh Groceries. VjT all kind done at the Shop near my Stable, occupied

ltiousonc. shores of tho Dead Sea, or in the wilds of own inviolability, but deprecates as an ofi'ence postponed on account of the prevalence of 1UST receiving from New York and New Orleans, la.-* year by Miller 3&. Erokaw.A. A. FISHER.S. .
wo of le most important considerations Oregon. against their conmmon creed every collision Cholera in the West, until the IGth October. J J a full and choice assortment of Groceries, con- January :

10 regard roads their Give these whigs, how ever,a bone to gnaw, between the two republics ; tistin" :n part of Bacon Hams,Sides and Shoulders, S. Knight
laplanl are, cost amidtCprtiL Candles Flour,Coffee
does From the Florida Seniintl. Mickeral No. 1 and -, Sojp ,
the Roman hold
and they become the most patriotic chaps in That people not Tobacco, T as, Almond, Candies, New Orleans continue business at his old stand, where
cruin from them. We kilt] Lard,
are the Union, and are ready to vote in every responsible for the acts of a misguided government Never enquire of an editor, (particularly Su5- i-c--which I offer low for cash. hopes to wait ou such of his friends as hare

: ut l he mo[ expensive road in New York is ward of the city. General Taylor must not the soldiers who obey its orders by Ihd supplemental editor) for the news, because Store removed next door lo John W. Aryle's. heretofore extended so liberal a patronage,promU

1 at frorn Illon all he collect and more, for his JOHN McDOUGALL. in" that aU shall have good article at lair pricei.
to Ccdarvillc! ,over a very broeu slight euch reliable troops.-Detroit Free fighting ; he wants can 23 April OS,1549- \1PLANK
June, 1S19.
The triumvirate decrees :
itH at t tiace, ptccipituui route, the cost I'rcss paper.

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Sale of Florida ,
Just Received I -
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C.\ l..IOIXTU..\. -- ----- --- --- -
-----.- and Lots and \Yhamt in city ofApalacJtlcaJa. TARVIN'S LADIES' RELIEF
. -- ---- -- LEWIS & AMES Drug Store, a supply i Notice. Pills[
A MB ky tW .a_ ar C/.irr ba .nfAlTd iitb ro Bfof AT for
>$* the mmm of*. r 7'...nrnd. and utct hit .me t pm In Chanccr. New and Valuable Medicines-among I rpHEApalacbicolaLand Company will of Months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. ARE an effectual remedy fo 'the following painful
in the
.p C fpUa) .h hlbr>' rail I.Toa...'. Saruptnlla, MIDDLE CIRCUIT fLORI.1rGADS the felhwing: I 1 sale at the Merchant's Exchange of City SIX : of Probate hi and for the County of Leon, digressing female complaints, viz: Amen.-

.."III"CII I ovC/.r OI"a.l. etc. Thli Towuend i DEN DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE New Yorkon Wednesday llth day da about July next 1000 for my discharge from the :admini) !tratorship upon orrh a,or obstructed nenst ration.D))'DJf Onb for

iro_ .mf MVCT .M but aU rlrmrsa..rkeol The Branch of the Bank of the BITTERS at 12 o'clock and on the following described> the the goods, chattels, and estate nf Thomas Knight, painful and tfnpeffect merntfflafion., attended

roaili.ca..!...nd the like. Tel t GHUIIWI be lilte of *.ru Slate of .-bbama. Compl't., Designed for, and u-ilI cure. 'lp"lJlia, Liter Com- I lots in the City Apalachicola.as the on deceased. ROBERT BUTLER, Adm'r. with sick h d.adle. some-tirofprofuse for a coruni.erabU .

lh. >4giant' crrtil t
I"r.lh. ..he ixft t k*
OR/W/.V.f/?/./> l r.J bTo '. tanariMa Bill forrclo. state of blood. idencesas well as purpose of business.
"e *" den County, and tf'Offieio adinr. to Notice.SIX and cases the turn of fife-Suppression ol the 100hi
k ,i wi II tht Old 1V. Ilkmnt, lit* fciilly eon rtinrt the Estate of James Innerar- Mortgage. DR. HULL'S WORM I LOZENGES, :'l'otbe Wharves and Wharf-rights belonging during confinement Spilling blood or
the Hon bltrdir.gtfthegnms.
months after date I shall apply to
TIle safest most effectual and pleasant preparation the Company, in front of the City. ,
ltd \a fixnre KOTOM die Ctit of itv, John F. Innerarity, t. Convulsionsor Epileptic fits' Lnwn
de.d. Land St. of Probate for the County of *lt r f
of G..d3-1
in Tracts on Judge
the eradication of WORMS .1sothe unsold Lots
before the for or
l LIrt! .dIdU IVri Q public, and Nervousness
11 t."I William P. Innerarity Santiago ppiiits. Debility CostivenesiBar.
I.f y : Children or Adults. George's Sound, or Bay,adjoining the city,describedor. den for letters'f di-misaion as Executor on the estate
LewisW. Minor and rf'onNand other disease that
Inntrait,. J HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES a map or *ui vey of 15s lots made by R B. Ker- of Samuel Strickland.dec'd. late of said county.H. many are too te.dious -

Heloise Minor Dfo'lnll.IT Will PHF.VEIXT Consumption, and CURE all eases of These lots vary in size from 3 to 40 acres each and II. STRICKLAND Executor. to mention that are generally caoed by an obvstruct
affidavit filed ion want of tone i id the female
BEING MADE TOPPER by Colds, Asthma,Spitting of Blood Pain in the Side, are very desirable building sites or cultivation. January 27, IS 1 19. 4 genital ogans. -*.
.; c. ... in this cause, that ( resides bernnd unsold Lots at Portland Bluff on the -- .
Shortness of Breath and all other PuUumary Com ..1ltv the
in the all the secretions and
4 the limits of the Sttf of Florida to \ir. plaints. Apalachicola River about 3 miles from the City ?s Notice.SIX They promote excretions in
Alabama that William P. Innerarity re- the female organism they effectually
State ; ; remove all
made bv R. B. Ker
-AL O- described eui a map or survey month after date I shall apply te the lion.
Middle Circuit of Florida to wit, inIhCilyof I obstruction from the fernalecornti unI
id.-s out of the in .ullon, ( core-
DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, each lot being 75O feet in length and 2oO feet
'; IhcSlareofFlorida that (If Probate for the County of Jefferson for I with some other di.uMnd then
: Plucola.in ; Well known as a Safe. Certain, and Effectual Cure w idtb. They are eligible for wood-yards ship-yards, plicated greatly
.4fl \ Santiago reside beyond the limits of I the letters of' dismission as Executor of William II. t relieves it. Gradually introduced into the svstrtn
Innoranly ,
and Chills and F'evir Intermittentand uw.rom", t..c.
fort r Ague, : Mathers late of said deceaned.
$ ; : State of Florida, to \it. in the Uland of Cuba ; that aliother Fevers. Price redutedtff Strtnty-J .Itso, SI.'incent's Wand ling opposite the county SOLOMON, E. MATHERS. they restore a healthy action in the uterus and it*
Lewis W. Minor and Minor reside beyond The advantage and
appendages. great superiority of
Icoilt mouth of f the Apalachicola, containing an area
1 Cents 7IelJior. Jefferson County, February 10, Sfy. 6 6m '
the limits 01 the Slate ,to in the Stateof the L3dit- Relief Pills over all other medians i Ji
\\ir. I The abo>e Medicines, fie!h and a-nuinp. are for of 11,"91 acresexceptirig( 11) acres old,) having: a ,
{l. __ Virginia : It i* thrrtfure Ordered, That the I sale by LEUMS& AMES.Talahassee thrifty growth ot Live Oak and other! trees, and Notice. that while they eradicate disease,they nvigoraf e the

naid named defendants do appear and answer thebill Fa. much fertile land suitable for the groth of Cotton, body. Many persons have been cured by thc n. of
filed therein within. the timeslimitedto weeks dare will make to these pills after an affliction of ten In
complaint For certificates of recommendatioi and other in- Sugar, Tobacco, the Tropical Fruits, and for Garden SIX after I application ; year short,
Ih(1 re j.ectitfl>', that .lo sa-thc said JohnF. formation concerning the above Medi'ines.see future cultivation. Ito:,. Judge of Probate for Madison County.: these pills! are a perfect regulator of the monthly

J Inneianty ', Lewis W. )finor. and Heloi Minor advertisements, and pamphlets, wlich may be obtained Tenn* of Sale.-Ten percent. in caJbon the day (for letters Administration l on the Estate of JohnJ. evacuations females. If Ihey are profaseor irreg.

within the period of four months from the date of of the Acents. of sale, and on all purchases not exceeding ;i00,1 he Royce deceased. JOHN C. MeG EIIEE. ular, they (the Relief Pills) restore them to thtif
the first publication of this order; the said William March ISIS >. 35 balance in cash in20dajsthetcafterwhen the deeds Nay 20, IS 19. 21-.Gvv regular period and proper quantity and quality, an
OLD DR JACOB TOWNSEND I'. within the period of months ; and do likewise if trurted.
IMnncraiity ; t\.o will be delivered. On, all purchases over $50O, a they are cant r r I

TnBORielNALlHCOVEttEROFTIIEGenuine the said Santiago Innerarity \ilhm the perio of six Drugs, Medicines, &c. credit of one and two years will be given for one- Notice.S Many females are thrown into convulsions or EpU

Tow sfD4 Sarsiparllli.I months, or in default thereof the said ( com hall of the purchase money, the balance lo be paidin x Month after date, I shall apply to the lIon. leptic fits by the suppression or obstruction of the

plaint ml be taken as confessed by the said defen. EDWARD BARNARD JR. cash in 20 days after the sale, when in cases of Jefferson for I monthly evacuations, (occasioned by cold or some'other
Judfje of Probate for the
or and kigbPU County I
sbnql 0 ,ers '
I* i unw ? dants, at and after the several periods to I and remain of and ditrltthe
Toa..lle .iviHOK B.I itiscorr.Rr.n IbfBI.XI where the purchase is less than 2"*''JlJ notes will he latters of disinmion Execntor of Esther Korne- cause) objects pity r-
in this order. Pro\idedthat this received, by thelate arrival, 3..
'wjc respectively their lives these
remainder of 1
: '' TIWJsr..1 S.tRSff.fHI.I I HAS laken for the credit portion, payable in one and two late of aid County deceased. ; pilU cure by removing
VIlOI. '
the of addition to his stock ef GENUINE gay
.. I.hnli order be published once a week for term four i the cause which firsl produced the disease.
"U and
w'hlch ..",.le.a.kepi nut n Iluhl"nd the *!Ii eir- I months, and at the expiration of the said term of DRUGS AND )MEDICINES all of years, with interest at C per cent per annum JOSHUA TAYLOR Senr., Executor. Many ladies from imprudence or some other cao e,
ted knowa deeds to be delivered when the
ha nmd w.th. contracts exchanged- March2IIl9. 124mNotice.
liwis OMIT a | it
rom.elM four months then continuously a month for which are of good quality, IMP for Cash.
Md ,eqiclei i the fr nr. serthr1eu. ., once On all of S200O lake cold after or during confinement, which causes
"f .. meats are completed. ------
,1. and iBTed I the of months in Al o, on hand a general assortment ot the following pav
two published
healed nr diionMst. term a
Kin persons who hut hem nre newspaper and the decdliwill be delivered in 20 days f he !suppression of the lochia ; (or that,and all similar
from death. iti eirelleur and wonderful I within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida. which are warranted genuine, \iz : upwards .
1eI.il. diseases, the Ladies' Relief PilI are an effectual
I after the sale and bonds and taken for the !
HEAt G POWER. THOMAS BALTZELL. Houck's Panecea, Rowand's Improved Tonic Mix. mortgage Months after date I will apply to the Hon.
thM fce hint. hli kill. trlenfe credit in and Iwo with SIX remedy. They are a valuabU aperient! during confinement
payable one ,
Knnwlor, by portion, years
of Wild Rrandreth's
and tlpefleflCe.4tiIdftIl. article "hirb *' .uW be of inr&lru- February 20, A D. 119. Judge. lure, U'istar's Balsam Cherry interest 'l cent e of Probate for[Gadsden County for letter or to correct a costive habit sick headache

table 'uliil1t to HUnkmd when the o.a would J 1e fur C. H.'DI-PONT: St for Compl't. Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic' Camphor, The whole at per of this per annum.is uninciimbered. It ofdimi-ticn from the administration of the estate of Ate. They relieve barrenness : they renew

mthed to bnnf U into ol"erll notice uliea iu flPI4IflIIb A true copy Worm, Cough and Dinner Lozenges Bonpland's property James H. Gibson, deceased. and invigorate the blood.give tone and activity fo
would ba kao a and appreciated. Thu lime bat is a part of the "Forbes' Purchase, belonging to
virtue this C.U1 I. R. HARRIS, Clerk Gadsden Circuit Court. Celebrated Feverand Ag" Remedy, Lueenia Cordial, R. E. GIBSON Adm'r. the nervous system and are the mildest.y the
are inmilied Land title i is derived
the Com
meant the Apalachicola panThe
OR. .L'JQt.r.Ff' : rrr.tR. r/o.v F\' R. C. Lr TERDeputCletk.. Thompson's Ee Water, McMunni' Elixir of Opium, March 10. IS I 19. 10GmNotice. most certain aperient known.they are harmless and
w &"Vl on i. called f'r lhr.itrn March 3, 149. 9-Cm Sinus Sarsaparilla Turner'- Fever and Ague Pills from the Spanish Government, confirmed by the innocent in their effects. For I ladies who
and bretdihnf the 'land especially it I'l ( Supreme Court of the United States and a Pa.tenttherefor young
Sal the lencih a .un, T>!let'h ditto, Gordon's Billions and -\tlri.D '- I'-plit' have arrived to the of womanhood: and whose
drlPrirnhIl'LI'nk. age
Incapable. rounc of O rnlBlinl f. T Tow o n...!'..it impn."M itith are. ."" Court of Probate, Pills Beck"ilh's Anti.Dspeptic PilU Peters and States. issued The Usual to the Trustee proprietors deed will by be the given United to months after dite.I( shall apply to the lion. systems are too feeble or relaxed to bring forward the
fur i the better tfa it i is jirepureJ ever ehnei.but The bifhe o J-rCI! 2ist, A. n.STATK I&H.I Spencer's Agent < the purchasers. e of probate for the county of Jelfer:on. for' natural evacuations, the Ladies' Relict Pills are a
cri.tci kno".I"drt
ChrmUirv. lad*.yt the"Ute.i di."n.ro,erie of the arL htte .I beeatfuurh. or FLORIDA-COC.NTY OK LEoN. Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at SI 1 per Maps inav be ha'l 1 at the Office of the Company, letter of dismission as adminnlratrix de boni non prompt and efficient remedy ; and old ladies who
in the of the <>!. l>rt I boll tie. Also, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from are about pacing lhe critical will derive
nto *q"'l.n l.n"r.rIUf Wail will be forwarded with the will annexed of Jeremiib Johnson late of period ', -
William G. Ponder Executor No -1'j street or they by
! Il|>.rlllll r.n. is well known In I".dr. ( Citric or Lemon Acid far pre'erable! for the I
Thl tR" I I pure murh benefit from an occasional of these
inea a"I.la.. many in 1.n.1 l |<,orLel.| imd .iute pn.wft| the last will and te-Minent| ofArchibald sick ordinary than that usually! sold London mail upon application fo I the subscribers at said office said county, deceased. MARY S. JOHNSON. t use
iruich are an. % or u.ee! >t. find ()tters. which, if retained in prepnrint I Graham, dccea cd,f1 Petition for distribution or use from whom may be obtained any further information Jefferson County.April Tib, l lS9.: 11 pill ; they will ser\4 to keep up, and assist naturein
anJ aci4 which it Iitunnni Porter, &c., &oc.
it for u r. r.cu.e "r.t4.. the that be ;iVsin-d.) maintaining, a healthy in the uterine functions -
rt 1
thl ty."" .M.e.( the |im| * ..'.,,. that they (Itl"h' e-nnirtte| and ln't m th. An-i rOller, John Swrin, Peter etale of John -- New YorkA"piil27, 154-. Notice. years longer.
rrp".uol. if the ara not nrer,fd. 1> I ,rifit.fr i>rttn. II Carleton, Isaac N- Cook and Graham; dccea- GRISWOLD'S IMPROVED JO. DF.I.\FIF.I.D, } I months after date I will apply to the Hon. These pills are the result of much and long experience -
thoteri% ern'nc iSin u M> l signed] Trustees.t SIX I and have been used the
I inventor
kn""nt> ) | uanu"clurt. 'r..nlt. j long by with
Rachel his wife and Collin ed. LEWIS, CURTIS ]< of Probate for Leon for Letters of
rlhalaIrfin. e
the c e ., \!, winch ftv niTlP ": )pi* or m Hn J COTTON GINS. ; county tie and most univer-al
under ,lr.n the. "ir).rittntuUmnttccl fmfirrt.n ,,'Ih. Graham, heiis at law of John May :r.;, 1M9. 1*-Vvv Di) rni! ion from the admiuijfration cf the estate of : happiest success ; they are

ru.I. .alra fi'e tnt r it' ,:in"Any.rl .. Graham, deceased. iii: Subscriber will continue to Manufacture ----- Norborne T. Tavlor, dec. II. B. BRADFORD. I composed entirely of vegetable substat-ces. They
can unl ."r .W.thr rwt till the fl a dR*k rnlnredIltjuid T Cotton Gins his ual extensive scale act favorably both as a mid: aperient and tonic, on
whwh it ntt I '.1" ihf r.I.r'n| I"n"in the root th"l : TT being made to appear to this Court that Collin on u- aid.ed For New York. April 14. >I.-It! 15 all constitutions without
from any thitij, eiw, th-.. r .n 'hen 'tmin this i or "apidliijwid. L Graham, one of the defendants named: in the s31d1.etitifln. by Ion.: experience, first ch s workmen, be!t injury to any. They
> .. nnil ."R- i41" and the marhimr Notice.SIX have been prepared with ;great care, and are indeed
'Ikn '1 ''er ..1. M then c. I 'b i matel mod improved } \hidienablt's .
(if Le is in being,) re>idis beyond the
F\rMII.I.A rX"RAI-J' -VKLT. Hut .uch it not thartxlf !til him furnish articlewhich fir what their name implies, Ladies' Relief PilN. Many
tnn.1 a'hI j limit of the State Florida, but within the limits I I to an faithful Months after date, the undersigned ill apply testimonials of th.ir efficacy could be produced

GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSARbAPARJLL. ot the United States: It i* tl.tn'flrt Ordtu., That workman-hip, durability and superior perfortnarce, the lion. Jud e of Probate for Leon County but few will be the
.\. is not !iiia| diirni
I Ilhe said defendant, Collin Giaham ppa and for letters of i ion ai Administrator of the better able their valne
appreciate after
This it .pq.areii.! that all the tarn' |.r"l"nlt| of the Farfari1KM answer the sail petition within four months (from Hating in addition to Reeds Patent Combination REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between I Estate of John Smith, deceased, late of said countv them. Ladies this medicine i is offered they
| are r'rn cujmbent the TilE proven you
acid <* of r"OtOIIO."rc"'t.. eitn rt.J Ille." then.c."I'1 every j I the date of the first publication (.frhiso.dcrollj-r. Watcr.BoprocUt'd at gieat cost Wood sole right to York and St Marks and New fort, will PATRICK SMITH, Administrator. that you may in a great measure become your ownPhliciarlq.and
"Jtd. Cotton Devalin & hancock'sceleliratid
panicle of Biedica.1 "mtw i' xurrd in a |. ( concentrated I iwi!e the Complainants petition max' he taken a use on Gins commence running at the opening of I the fall trade, March 10, IS 19. 10GmNotice. thereby relieve yourselves of
f>irni: al"llhul I I'remlrrrd tmms r lu- Patent Oil-Saving Box, hich is considered manyof
I nc.J..r II' II coute .ed by said Provided, That this and continue throughout the 'nlire'ear., viz:
able} and heahlll""lon.| "a it lunik the i dEfncant. I in those diseases from which the male part of the
> far
II superior annow ti-e.
j", ord!,-r be published for the term of four Brig WARCALLA elvn, Master,
HJuft crful \\.k
J.. acent 11 lh Having furnished eight hundred Gins to the Planters human race are exempt. Each box contains tbirtj
Cure of innumerable lieae I month in fme newspaper published in the County' OCILLA, Trim, do.
three box.
price $1.00
-S..aon. which have month after date the adminis pills- per
universal satisfaction
last given undersigned;
Henra the reaton wbv IM-OT mmnifnilttiont "
e oa rtery .1.11 of Leon, and State afore aid. ; LUCY Homer, do. SIX
I for sale
la It* (. .b nwn. women children. We find do.RJ E. BROOME will be a sufficient guarantee that his Cot. SUvVANNEE de bOI' non of the estate of Samuel Kept by
.10 I Clark do. (new,)
( J.UIS F O. Welch.Drosgisl. Albany. BakercoontyGa.E. .
in o :
.nnd.r CUr ton Gins are highly approved.Engagements Thews, late of Leon County, dt'Ct'33ecl.vill presenthis
COM Judge of Probate. WACISSA, Perry, do. (new.)
CO.\.VtTIO.\- /IT.t.'f.f. Int.I'IR can be made on the mo .. m-
March These
rit.FS. built
IIf.and .1 1 Rf/ 24.119. 12- IJri!s are in the most substantial' manner
Hamilton W. Store Lownde
CS1.I.F..T". al IT'\.I.I( terms with his Tr3'ellinggenr", who will bate for Leon County, and a-k for a final settlement Sharpe, Sharpy's ,
F1ITIC.S. 11. express.lv l for this trade and are commanded by
W "nd xll nrVriiini .n call Planters letter addressed and 'from his said administration. county, Ga.
r'1 Jefferson Court. on eneralh',or by to careful and discharge
IMPl'RITV OF THE BLOOD.ItfMMttttamiinelluairfTicarr Circui him at Clinton Jones experienced Captains. Freight and passage SIMEON THEUS. S. Puleston, Drnggist,Mont kello, Fla.
mall coni,laint4ari.ingfroml1ifrrtt.tnja William Bailey! aJmr. .1 county, Georgia. at the lowest rates. Agents .
E. Barnard Jr., Tallaha* Ha.
( :Cl.\CrH1. Diuggist,
Gin delivered to the purchaser free of May 19. 1 c.t ft. 20
\ 1 1 ititiy if ikt S i.m.eA. irmn circnlnlinn expense
boms John Lclh. ANDERSON &
11..11 ,
determination ."ulm.,.the hrad.palpitation of the tit-art .I non 0 I BJ| for R I.IC r-F'I or and warranted to perform well. W. Brinson &. Brother, Dru gUl-MaJion C. H..

role frrl and humln. cold chin nij h%rr tlw txxlj l' I I,, dec, (11. sale 1 of I land-to n-t aside The Cherokee Counties Georgiaand the Northeastern 10 Beaver street New York. Notice. Fla.

¬ iu f"111('d. a<.d fflii ; and 1"0" eUJ' ei C JOHN DENHAM, And by tt e inventor, at the Mineral Springs ,
Alabama wilt he furnished with Gins
tvctnmtioa & |w'.lf"I."a. ttrx'ture of lh. oh\tyance. "c.'id part months after date the of the
Clnll ; relating ; Henry Dojgelt and Da- McNAUGHT ,& ORMOND, undersigned, one Lowndej Ga.
, throat and enr) nth- ( I J from a branch of his buines at Rome, Flovd County S county,
unf I"ft
the of William
Harrow New administrators ot estate S Then
i \ j t. ,
IB >ib'nc i Dh>re nranlfritl)' teen and ae Jfjt GrUwold pot
I lt IJc"lfoce known the firm of & Kins.
kaowlctljed than II.! .n<. tutre .'fniMALE I 1 TT appearing to the satisfaction of this Court, by' Georgia, their as Newport, August 12, ISIS 1 4 late of Leon county d- ceased will present his accounts
orders address
CO\PL.\L'T. !. X afhdatil lade in this cause that the sid defendant Any to Rome Georgia I' and vouchers to the lion. Court of Probate of MADISON COC.ITT.

HV werkt'. Otttr wondmin.rtr4.Ipfrrjitt4 c.n< nr .f6.n.'li.,,.. Irrtfultr fJtlw.Jlr reside out of the State of Florida, bevond the meet prompt attention. SAMUEL GRISWOLD. WHITE SPRING, Leon County and ask for a final settlement and discharge Some time abonr eight years ago I miscarried,

.1, cl,tLc tIICsIFSI l period. *. and I..f.I.!.; and it a. eliectnalla jurisdiction of this Court but in the UnitL. Slates : Clinton: May 2'"., 1;.1C'. 21-Sw HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDA. from his said administration. which was the second time that I had done so-
all tj.f imit < f A'Wu'y '. //1 i, That thee said SIMEON THEUS.
the lat
rlnB after I
I j Henry DOR.I Shortly miscarriage was compelled fe
) "ting ,bstzueti.s. nn.i 1U"'hnl the ""rn'' it I OrefNtd. ( ..1TX.IXSUItXCB COil I'.t:' TIlE undersigned respectfully inform the public May I 10, 119. 20
it (Uei tons and strength to the wLole >. and thin ttl Harrow do appear\ and answer the they have leased I this Spring for a tem of lie out in the woods all night from the Indians,whicb
all ( utIVerfoimdihenMK > Dill of filed in Ihi within four caused take coM which
cwet 'f Complaint cati c HARTFORD, CONN. me to caused an obstruction
vears. The mineral properties of the water are iOgf.'nt'ralh Notice.ALL
and debility, I I months from the date of the publication of this order of the monthly acntions, which entirely disappeared

and thus j>re enU'.rrt'-v. ftri 'ff1 of oth.nialiidtr or the said; Bill will be taken fur rmfl f.l TIE undt'rsi.ned having lately been appointed known that it is needless to say anythingon ppr..nM having claims and demand-: against about three T .r. .,-. o..... .I.. i have
.. I that
f-fntl sr'iMisei, \.r"I4. M. l> fv subject.
a auif '! aaiui-t them it (fldeiedT\Ml\ T E Waller W.TavlordoCC'Jsed b .ndabact to violent attacks of epileptic fits.
fftltftte: fill. ttirtiit. JLc.It t ; 'll ifsirtFitr publication their agent in this vicinity, will injure Rmldmg To tho.e alilicted wit h Rheumatism, ScrofFula Dis. -tate of ,late of -

e4e..the blond.oritrt the liver to he&lb\' action tonal of this nrtlei be made in some newspaper and Stocks against t lops by' fire on the tnot t (a. pepsia, and the thousand ills w hich mortal. are heirto Letln County are hereby notified to present them Some two months since, I obtained three boxes ot'

She ttoniarb. and rivet ,"M d'l' tl"". reliexet the bowvt nr published Tallahassee, once seek for the \orableterins. Person who with to renew their insurance to the undersigned properly authenticated within Dr. Tamo's Ladies' Relief Pills and thy bare re
and :Apace would that I they its
"&lo| claltlllfn ala) taflaiiiniitinn. punfiet the tkin we respectfully suggest try law and all indebted tiered mefiom those unpleasant di,eart above
of four months.I the time by
.uh_ the <1fuh"ul the blood pr",lueirj snle: _"mlbfUII.n with this Company can do so rn application virtllebe1iein from its almost t miraculouscures prescribed ; persons mentioned
) oter the bod). and the ln>rn_ible per>|'iriilK>a; re- j certify i he abo\'e to he a true copy from the record to R. B. POST. eflected its use that many they also will he imi- to said Estate are requested to make immediate pav- and from experimental knowledge I wmilJ

1M .1 11 and I"btn.. rm..,e. all iilntrurlHint, and ol Jefferson Circuit Tallahassee, April Tth, 1;.It. U-If by ment. RICHARD HAYWARD, Admr. recommend then to all n* female friend in affliction -
I U I Iv' benefit ted. And to all who viiI this
Inrie.mtet the Court.C. we
I It
this say
not then
.lr nerla. )HII. G. FIFE Clerk. May 5, 1119. 1S2rn.Administrator'g and I do think, from theexpcrience I have hai,
The medicine need Sprins, that in the event that ihey are not benefited
3 on pre-eminentlj
March 31,119. 13 MILLER &. BROKAW'SLivcrv they are worthy of all that is claimed fr them.
But cs .Ilh..things 'o sid ..(S. P.To.."04'" Ufa- after a fair trial, there will be no charge for hoard. MOLEY OVESTREET.
nor arlirloY founr ...O'. liniiM >p nut 'lie State of Florida.-Middlc Circuit. The seekers of pleasure will here find a delightful Notice.
& Sale I Stable
COMPARED WITH THE OLD DRS.fcetaate I do hereby certify that the'abovecerificate literally
to while their time. ts
away months after date 1 shall accounts
of nne GRAlFAJtbal the one U INCAPABLE Sarah M. Whiting ) In Chancery in the Ciicuitr ( c' SIX present my true from cvin know ledge.
ULTC&IUKATIOV; __ TALLA1IA'5E1 a.ORIDA. _ The Hotel having I In-en renovated, and the rooms vouchers and apply to the Hon. Judge of mv
( Court for Wakulla Countvon GEO. E. OVERSTREET.
h u >
KEVER subscribers have moved to their fire-proof made comfortable and supplied with new furniture, Probate for Gad-den County for a fiol settlementand

whiW the Other DOEH : t,r.JPIL.. and Mnrm/ III I Francis 1. Whi'irg. ) Bill filed. TIlE Stables and take this.up opportunity to in. we hope to give general satisfaction.OurarrangemenU discharge from the adrainistraliiS uf the estate Madison County, Fla., near Fort Hanilton,April

tint.Cttuci.ntasusgjl, and damaginc into other tnfmenu(nodi :; the Matt"01"'Uf. arid li'jmd eiplo ran IT appcarin to the satisfaction of the Court,that I form their friends'and the public 'jcnerallof the I for supplies .V.C.,are such as to Archibald Black dec. : and also settlement and 23d, 1S4'J.

pound be pniMtniiui to the ,y'um'- ,.,Ill p.h..lbl.i .e.tf ..t. e I| the Defendant Francis B. Whiting, resides in fact. Being thankful for the liberal patronage they enable us to keep as good a table as can be found in final discharge as Administrator on the dower allot

.".t flrttdj tutaitd 111' stud' What reuses l>)..''ol.la| but I Texan one of the Stales of the United States,and out have heretofore received, they solicit a continuance the South. ted and set apart to Margaret Black, dec., as widowof About ten years ago,and shortly after nnfinemenf,
.aid(b.1. .10.e not- al knob u iriMlucct that "*hen flntuonre.fund umn hrartburn.in palpitation 11.. I of this State so that ordinar process cannot be ?ered of the same, and pledge t thuemelvetstospaie no }'OIinl The stable will be providedwith the best proven- ;Archibald Black, dec., late of said County. I took cold which brought on irregularly and obstruction

o Ibe b.ar liver. ..mlI.r.| e.anbl. I) 1 r)'. colic I ,' upon him : //11 thirtforr dtrrttd and otdertd, for Ihe accommodation of those who may pat rouiiethem. tier that the country atlord, and with attentive E. S. EP.RD, Admr. of the monthly evacuation ac'onpanied
sid clUI th W"..o''hal but an acid > That a hearing of the facts' charged in said bill be ostlers.Pasenser. 7th 14 with Lenccrrheea Whites
humor in the trofula I : Their Stables are situated on Washington April l --I! or{ ; from ln time, my
bruig I rnplit'by'b"l Ibl k.n.irodurri ratld Head.all 'b.Salt hanniri "bll. >-I had on the first Monday in September next, at NewPort I Square, in t the most convenient palt of the town, and I ? from Tallahassee Jackonv ille\ill health gradually declined, until I was Vcnghl to a

"*.. W.ll ,elllut.. liter 8_.. and all ulcerationi In in the county of Wakulla at which time said for comfort and convenience, they cannot be ur- meet with no inconvenience in getting from Alligator Court of Probate--Leon County.In very lows tate nf health,so that I was Mrcely able

bra external t It is n"lh\1 under henven. but an tired defendant may appear and plead or answer to and pa-.d by any Stable!) in the Southern countiv. to the Spring, as arranlement:5iIl be made to to get about. I took medicines from serral
wbtrb \ ". n>Mlt all the fluids of the defend against said bill. .'nd it it fin'thir dtrcd, bring them without anydelay. the matter of the estate ) AT CHAMBERS and found bnt little Physicians
body mwe Ie.'bal causes Kheuiuatiain tot k a'ur or November 1&, 1;4;. IS relief, until Iwgan to assume
seid fuu.which o tB iRuaiet Itielf betwern thejinou and ette- That a copy of this order be published in some one Board will be moderate. of Lester Crook deceased. 5 April 11, b-11. a pale, sickly appearance, and the least exertion

.btn.tmuiinf and lntHnun) | site cticl tiuue upon which of the newspapers printed in this Citcuit once a LEWIS & AMES SAM. BUFFINGTON, Jr. the petition of William Bailey security caused my neck veins to throb, arl I fad
U acut Bo of Den uU. diw of the week for least three ON a
ieranjej rirrotatiuni. and nearly. all lh impurity. al.ii.eLU &..aflJiel ol at months. CHARLES E. RYAN. praying that Luke Moore, administ'ratorof said shortness breath, until sometime ias' December

buBtaa nature. whlt THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. UKALKKSIN April 7,1519. .I-oJ\\ a Inlm estate may be required to give new security in lieu I! obtained from Dr. Tarvin some of hiiatlies' Keicf -

how W.OlJ1G it.it not nnmble M lo'k and MIl!! and .*.< ia'y oni Newport May 12, IS49. DRUGS. MEDICINE, PUNTS, OILS, .---- of petitioner, or in default thereof that said Moore be Pills,and I do hereby certify that Ibave found
1 A true copy : CEO. BRYANT, Clerk. 1r.DICAJ4OTICE.. removed from siid administration to
Toilet Articles i appearing relief from tl than
ACID Perfumery, &r., Window GlasFAI.NTLRS more em any medicie I have ever
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the satisfaction of this Court that said Luke Moore,
taken,and would therefore
BRVfHI A\D them to
01' S-D. --- --- COLORS
Dr. Charles T. Darby administratoraforesaid of the estate of Letter Crook
al r.1 hl would bne n ano.nl.O.that Old Hr. J eot> State of Florida. Monroe Apothecaries' (Jlnss "':Ut, &c. females in similar situations
-- County.Smith resides the limits of the State of Florida
Tpwiteiid'i of bus Inferior Ottumt 'llt.al.r.tpJe I an INflATION above constantly on band, and fur sale at the RESPECTFULLY announces to tie public in Iren- beyond or SIRLETER lODGES.
Mowrv TilE in the Eastern Citcuit of Florida or conceals himself
) permanently located himself in
heave. forbid that we thnuld lal l 'in an arucl which woold market prices. I hereby certify that the above stajmenrnude
bear the t 5. V BILL IN CIt.\ CERY. I Montitello Florida and will be found at all times so that notice of said petition cannot be served
nx l rr i". r.Tow'nitad't article I LEWIS ti AMES. by wife Sirltter is and
.I..lanc 1 my just true, th. I4lh Dec.
aDd .hith should Lawton. him It is therefore Ordered That the said
bnnt Joseph ) : ,
"IU upon/ lb. Old Dr.iocbamooBUin Tallahassee November 20, 15-17. 18 unless professionally en ag'll. Strict attention will upon ISIS
K">"4 orcomplaind and eriminminai from Agent u ho hat'* sold. appearing to me by affidavit that Joseph} Lawton be paid to all professional calls. I.uke Moore administrator as aforesaid, do appear A. HOGES.J. P.

COMUL'MJ.ptrchisrn.ho hue u.d 2..IMown. ndirtRMEMLNCbecauw IT defendant ;in the bill filed in the abo\e cause, resides Confectionery and Bakery. MayS, IS I I'*. IS and ariswcr!aid petition within four months 'from the Lowndes County, 660th Dist., G. JI

w. wish I aacrt It It the ehftutt fn>a. thai out of the State of Florida, and in Europe' : date of the first publication! of this order, or the said

&_ r. Toa erU,1 cud Old Ur.Juob Town. nd-t 8arap It u Ordtrcd, That said defendant appear and answer HENRY KINDON would irform his friends and SIMON TOWLE. MABIANO P. PAPT. petitition may be taken for confessed, and the prayer A CARD.

pl. .,k... .rr. s.d s.fi.ur.y titmar; that the said bill within the time prescribed by. law, generally that he ha. on hand, and thereof prat'.l : Provide, That a copy of this order -
,a 1.1 l. *..r f1"11". kaMnjnotone tingle thing i, is all kind TOWLE &. PAPY, R. W. J. TARVIN has located fo IW
. otherwise it shall be taken pro confet-so. It ii fur. constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of be published once a week for four months in P present

$. r. Towiiieitd Is "" dnlor. and never it no I ther Ordered, That a copy of this order be published such as : Attorneys and (Counsellors at Law some newspaper published in the City of Tallahassee. Summer and Fall at the Mineral priogi on the

hli""tin mti.0 more medicine or dl.y .- I in in PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS. JAMES E. BROOME Withlacoochee River, eight mile; h-lrf Tioopville,
. .. other .. o sume newspaper printed I the State of Florida formed an association for the Practice ,
COl.. uatcienUnc. uni ofu.oaal niai. CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY HAVING County, where he wil on
what month tot nine months. -\prilll, 1519. 15 Judge of Probates. practice
,"*"" tan the public b"" that lh*>" Ve reca, mr| a onc< a will attend th- several Courts of the Chronic diseases
principally. He hasvst Fe-eeived
rsDiae insdeejue. n JOS. B. LANCASTER WIriTERGREEBARLEY CANDY, ------ ------------ ------
Ilelut! lnins till the tirtuet of Ibe Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the District Courtof -
a choice selection t of medicines
Jjclet tld and wLkh are incapable HOARHOUND ,direct frrt Sataanah.
I'JrlalIL nfehaaret Key t.Narch2-s.A.. D. 1S4'J.' ;
JudgeSo.Cir. the U. S at Tallahassee.. All business entrusted Guardian's Sale.
.hlb the ALEiT Persons afflicted
..llh llem II-oaluJ or THOB. F. KING, Sol. for Comp. And various others, among them several that are with Eruptive &ases, scald

&UIh.., !.ihooldletpecteiirmmnne w ho knnwt A hue copy from the minutes : useful for colds and coughsand is prepared tomanu- to their care will receive prompt attention. WILL' be sold on the first Monday in July, at the head,white swelling, old ulcers, sore gs, &c., female
-Office in the
ln. comparatively u medteioe o d.II"! It requires a Krtoa"Il W. C. MALONEY, Clerk. faclure any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both ( : Capitol. ( of Mrs. Theus, in Leon county, the diseases, dropsy, and other old tronic affections -
faoiM eijwrie| took and serve np even a decent wholesale and retail. February 17, 1S49. 7 following tract of land : that should think to phcttheraselve
IODII.1 proper
ni more
kfactttre medicine, imp"'rll., ( It thalihcjiertuni who sites lie is also prepared to carry on Baking in all its, The W J of the S W 4, and 13 acres of the N end under his care, will be apt to be well sasfie-d with

WLAE STOMACHS d..1CI AKD o FEEBLCD S7STEU8, State of Florida.--Middle Circuit. branches,from the }plain Loaf of fiiead lo I the most W GAITHER BURGESS & CO,, of the E i of the S W 4, Section 29T 2, R 2, N & E his treatment. This mineral water hainade many

nowld knfiwr well the ndc, .l .'.r..llrl.| (If I.IAt. the best exquisite Cakes and Pie*. Paities and the public Forwarding & Commission ol Tallaha..ee,containing acres, more or less. c resofDspersiaGravelRheuinatisfncandhehopes

_B.annrr :if tecvnnc: .nd conrrntrating their heRlnl irtue Daniel Ladd.Cotnp., can always be accommodated by giving timely noticeat Receiving, There are about fifteen acres on the above tract : by his assistance, that they will we many

.1".1 bUl.tlf ij item., u.IIt. 10 of aiUpt the vari.iut rcnmdiet these.hi.b affect 1'8. In Chancery in the CirAugutus tbe Bakery and Confectionary on JcfT.-reon street, Rfl'EROHAMY cleared aid under cultivationthe balance is more.. Dr. Tarvin will cure negroes aftH- with
Steele & Elizabeth \\'od-I
Ii Ii to aral frauds "*"'" U" "nf'Ttnnate 1 n dllfU cuit Court for Wakulla opposite the.'fuc/i'ort Room of II. lIt Jlerrt/, Ktq., laud. chronic diseases, by cot lruct for an inter*in them.

wounded r-luiu&nlt. 11 kiudl. .1....ln the .1'1.0 r"ll: bllllll.Nn. his wife, late Eliza County, on Bill!! 'filed. Tal1ahas'p., Dec. 10, ISIS. 22 1.50- Turns of Kale.-Notes with approved security This location is remarkably healthy.

bA. & .111 bsslsbhnflrsnity bloom' and Ibal *".nt"..J I..crn....l and br"hHo beth Cottmgham Def'ts.J -- Dealers in Western Produce, payable 1st January Is.'il, and 1st January 1552, May ', 1549.
!IV IIT and l.NU 'H.I 1'CYU T appearing to the satisfaction pf the Court that and Summer interest at 6 from Jan.
: the mun.ly bring [ Spring Clothing. C2 Pojdras Street, New Orleans. bearing per cent. ; I. 1%0.-
t all.. the defendants reside in this Slate, but not in the Titles made when
Grand Unirer Concentrated Circuit in which the bill is filed : It is therefore deer C 14,111K b STIU :fAX are now receiving a Feb. 3, IS 19. G Cm made. to purchaser WILLIAM the ALDERMAN.last payment is Nature's own Rrmrdy for Bowel Cwlainls.r .

J t exiled ted and That unless the small, but select assortment of SPRING AND
ordered. said defendantsdo
y May 19, ISP.I 20Administrator's( PIIE Flux Root is a specific for BlooL -
within the reach,and II the kaowlile_ of all who neej i II Ikal I appear here and answer thecomplainaut's! bill on SUMMER I CLOTHING together with a few articles GEO. W. HUTCHINS ---- dy Flux, Diarrhtta. Dysentery rem.cJt is he
learn and b
know >i\-iul such
Ur.f ) eiprnence. !Its thefirtt as
Iraiiscmdeiit lo\ver to Heal. Monday in Augu next, the same will betaken Sale. simplest, jet the most certain and safe netly ever
for confessed, the matters thereof decreed accordingly DrllU Irap d'Cte AUCTIONEER discovered,a few hours will be sufiicien) core the
Sold wholesale and retail : Provided, That of this Casfimerettcs >lar elUe, kl' administrator of Edward H. Wilder late of
by a cop> order If T'lLL.i1Ul SSlf, PIi.REt'ER AS mast violent case. It was first discovert and used
THOMPSON. SKILLMAX & CO., published in soinu one of the newspaper printed inthis Suitable to manufacture, and ta be disposed of for : Gadsden county deceased, I will sell before the by the Chuochee Indians for Bowel Comunts with

Circuit once a week for two month successively CASH, and CASH ONLY, at moderate profits ; and TO Court House door, in the Town of Quincy on Monday eminent success, and them the
102 Nassau New York. by use cthi very
street, THOMAS BALTXELL Jud-e. would cordially invite their old friends and customers Messrs. If. BOND J. W. ARGYLR, D. C. WILSoN, the 15th day of June next the undivided inter- valuable root was made known the This
to wtes.
And by LEWIS & AMES, Newport May 12, 1St 19. to call and purchase. F. II. FLAGC.T.J. HOD!O> and J. T. 'RCHER.Much est of said Wilder in the following real estate,to wit: plant flourishes in the valleys of West Georgia

Agents, Tallahassee.April A tiuc copy : GEO. L. SUVA NT, Clctk. Tallahassee March 17, 1649. 11 10, IS 10. 10 The S E 4 of Section S, T 2, R 3, N 5c W; the E i and North Carolina. It is neatly u ready for
21, 1S49. IG-ly June 2, IS'J. 22 of the N E 4 ol Section 8, T 2, R 3, N & W ; the SW use, in ounce papers,sufficient to cure stral cases,

.---- -- -- Middle Circuit---Leon Land For Sale W'J II T n 1 1l @ f1 M :1 4 Section ST 2R 3, N & W ; the S i of the at 50 cents per paper.

Rail Road Notice. County.Silas A n.lllE CHAJfCE Attorney at Law, SE4ofSectionlT2R3N&W ; and Lot one For sale by W. Brinson & Brother, Maxm C. H-7

F. Burney ) In Attachment. land known the hundred and nine (109)) in lhe Town of Quincy. Fla. E. Siexas Thomasv Mon
THE as "Overstreet Tract, 9 Montirello Jefferson County Florida. ; Hie,Gb.,&. Pulo-i,
rf. > Sum sworn to SO -19-100.. north Tallahassee, near the Thoma Said undivided interest amounting to the one-sixth ticello, Fla., and by E. Barnard, Jr.,Drowt.Talla-
e Isaac Hutto. ) Bond in $IGO 00. ville road, adjoining Gov. Branch's plantation, con- 'ti\TILL: attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle part of said real estate which is sold by order of the hassee, Fla.

s defendant and all othets interested are here taming 7 or bOO acres. Will be sold low, and on ,and of the County of Columbia in the Hon Judge of Probate to pay the debts ol the de May 5, 1SI9.
is hereby gi' the Stockholders of TilE Eastern Circuit.March3l,1S40.. ceased. J. M. W. DAVIDSON Admr.
NOTICE notified of the institution of the above suit, satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For

Company, that on and required to appear and plead to the declaration fuither particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, 13 May 19, 1519. 20Groceries

Wednesday 27th day of June neit an election will filed therein within the time prescribed by law. or DANIEL LADD, New Port. S. S. KNIGHT,
be held
tot seven at Directors theOtljceouthe to Company the in Ta1ahue.) I WALKER GWYNN Jan. 13, 1849. 2 tf Thomas Jeff Heir, &c. Wholesale & Retail Grorrr & Proiisfl Dcikr,

manage May 2 1S19. 21 Ally's for Pl'ff. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Company for twelve month from that date. Liverpool Salt.RECEIVED 1 BAGS RIO COFFEE TALLAHASSEE, FLoflhi .

R. K. CALL Pros. T. R. Co. Florida Middle Circuit.IN WILL' practice in the Ciicjit Court in each lie_/ S do. St. Domingo do. saleat a
Tallahassee, Apri '. 191tJ.3x4) [Sentinel. per Schooner Lucy Blake,COO Sacks of the Middle Circuit and in the Su. 5 do. White Java do. KEEPS constantly on hand.andoffers'f standard
GADSDEN CIRCUIT Salt. For sale by advance cost. for cash, al'he
COURT. preme Court and United States District Court a 2 do. Brown do. do.
articles in his line. qtial
Pure Sulphate of Quinine. Archibald McPhatter GuarO JOHN DENHAM. Tallahassee.Monticello. 2 Bbls. crushed Sugar Floors of appedities

dian of Thomas Wilks, I( ATTACHMENT Newport, 31st March 1849.Pickled January 29, ISIS. 28 2 Boxes Loaf do. -Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Baron l ftt5, Pork,
subscribers line :
TiE on two hundred and Soap, Candles, Lard, and all similar likpether
ounces of Sulphate of Quinine which they rf. [ Sum sworn to 110. Mullet. Gashen Butter Box, and Pine Arple Cheese, Supe. with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, flonsNut'.

liare obtained direct from the manufacturers, and John Johnson. J Medical Notice. perior Family Flour, Cider and White Wine Vinegar Raisins, Figs, Almonds.arid all other arheaU531

they will warrant it to be a superior article. TM1E defendant and all other interested wilt take K BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLET of H. G. WIRT, M. P. J. L. CALL, M. ,Codfish, Herring, Chocolate Candies, Sauces found in similar establishment

We have enlarged our stock of Drugi and Medicines X note of the commencement of this suit by at. tJ\J the first catch, and in fine order. WIRT & CALL have associated themselves D. Pickles. Almonds, Figs, Table Silt &c. &c. Store next door above G. H. Meginn% on Monroe

by recent ariival, and sr- prepared to eeuteorder tachmenl,and appear and plead to declaration filed For sale low by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. DRS.the practice of Medicine Surgery &c., and Received per brig Suvvannee and for sale by street.

for articles in our !line, at Y holesale or retail, in this case- R. E. GIBSON, : Newport November 25, ISIS. 19 offer their services to the public. McNAUGHT & ORMOND. April 29, 1S19. n 1
May ID, 1S49 20 Ally of Plff. Newport March 10 15-19. ..
on the mOlt accommodating terms. Iron &c. Office over Drug Store,Monticello, Florida. 10 --- '

We hare also a few account yet due to us for the DR. J. 8. BOND Augusts, 1819. 3 ly For Sale.

yea 1817. They are generally in .mal amounts, A FULL assortment of Iron 2 to 7 inches wide Tobaccos. TWO BUGGIES two I10R-

but if the whole could be paid would go OFFERS hit professional services to (he citizens 40 kegs Nails, assorted sizes, A FEW HUNDRED BUSHELS CORN. FULL supply manufactured Tobaccos,just received SES cheap. wilbe ant sold Ararat

far toward. liquidating ceitain flm. which we owe. and the surrounding country Just received and for sale byMcNAUGHT o'or Sale bv A and for sale byMcNAKGHT thLY| ely, or together.They IXuirc at tt'office.

LEWIS &AMES. Office at Col. Fisher' Hold. & ORMOND. n. n.& D.W. POST. & ORMOND. .

April 181!. 41 May 23, IB.J7. 45 tf Newport, March 10, 1S-19. 10 May 19,1S1?. 20 Newport, Much 10* 1819. 10 April 23. IS 17. 17

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