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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 30, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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---- HILTON.TALLAHASSEE PA. SATURDAY JUNE 30 1849. JOLUME I-KO. 20.

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== ------- ---- the office of the United Kingdom or the United to the other, either by British or by United from present appcarancns. the remotest pros- WEALTH OF TilE ENGLISH ARISTOCRACY. NORTH CAROLINA.The .

FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL post made the States packets by' means ol the two offices, at the of following list contains the names of the
TIlE States, as the case may be, shall be by pect a satisfactory adjustment of the paltry
EVERYTURDA\. the ot the lettersat same rates and under Ihe same conditions as those We find in a digestof3lr. Colmin's: recent for in North Carolina,
candidates i
18 FOBLIUHnn ounce according to net weight matter in dispute. A division of the Russian: Congress
rates to the ounce, with the addition 01 twenty- I fixed for periodical works by article XVII. bock for the Boston
two on
fleet has Europe, prepared hav
XIX. appeared in the Danish: waters, of both parties, so far as nominations 3
s : five cent. un the amount of postage, to compensate ARTICLE .
T i:lOt per
sustained which is considered] significant of the inten Transcript, some interesting particulars of the indebted for it tho
be by We to
if paid in advance.TitRKE the loss thatould otherwise In consideration of two cents United States currency been made. arc

THRCE t OLLUU HALF per annum if paid within MX i months. this mode of computation. not being precisely equivalent to one penn tions of the Czar. wealth several of the noblemen of Great Ualeigh .Standard. It possesses interest for

Axn A until the end oflhcjear.J3These X. sterling, the British post office shall account to the Avstna and Hungary.-From Austria and Britain
DOLLAR, if not paid ARTICLE :
FOUR adhered to, and United States Post Oliice at the rate of lour hundred Hungary little is positively known beyond many of our readers, who proudly hail form
i c teims will tie rigidly The country which sends or receive clecd mail and eighty-four cents to the pound sterling; and the'United the Allhorpe, the residence of Earl Spencer,
until all arrearages arcuid fact that vast armies from Russia. in concert the Old North State :
no Paper wiUbttUiscoutiuued Sub- through the other,is to render account ol the letters States Post OJice shall account to the British consists of 10,000 acres all lying togetherin
{ unless at the option} of the publishers and newspapers cent or received ito such clntod) Post Office at the rate of four hundred and eighty with Austria are row bearing down upon wood meadow Wo publish below, for the information of
months at One and
,
( three pasture, garden, parks,
*eriber will be received or order lor the mail, and to account to such country for the postage cents to the pound sterling. the Hungarians, who seem to be making our readers and for reference, the names of
:0. Evrrj in and
month at $1 everything a style ofs-iperior beauty
Dollar-fix due t her ecu. ARTICLE XX. a bodies of this State
progressive movement,large in
tlull must be accompanied with troops order." I the candidates for Congress ,
jut of county His house contains sleeping! rooms
raper the cash, unles the order come* through any of oar ARTICLE XI. In case of war between t the two nations, he mail having retired into the fastnesses of the country fur with their politics-

regularly authorized agents in the State.PVEUTIS1I3JTS Letters posted in the United States addressed to packets of the two offices shall continue i their navigation where they will be able to fall upon the seventy guests-the entries and rooms arc FIRST DISTKICT. In this District the lIon.
foirign countries, and intended! to pass in transit without impediment or molestation until six filled with pictures and statues. A gallery of
with almost of ,
through the United Kingdom shall be delivered to weeks after a notification shall have been made on enemy certainty success. pictures, one hundred feet long,contains many Thos. L. Clingman is a candidate for re elec

A the United Kingdom, shall bedeli\cicd to the British the part of either of the two Governmentsand de- y'the latest news positive informationhas ofthe works ofthe first masters. His library tion. Mr. Clingman has heretofore generallyacted

Will be inserted &t the rate nfOneIn1Iatperqflare post oflice free ot all United States postage, rhrre-d to the other that Ihes-erviceis be discontinued been received that the city ,of Uuda has with the Whigs in Congress, but he is
tach
twelve line tor fie: first,and filtv!ceuis deduction fur whether packet or inland ; and letters foreign countnet. ; in which case they shall be permitted to return fallen into the hands of the Hungarians, who comprises more than 50,000 volumes, andis with the Democrats on the Wilmot Proviso
iUSteqtiMrt in erti the United States, passing in transit freely and under special protection, to their I said to be the finest library in the world.
will be made on legil notices,estate n\ficel. yearly throuch the United Kingdom shall be deliveredto respective ports. are said to have gained possession of the I. The Duke ofRichmond'a home farm (Good. question. His re.clectionViIl be a decided

notices without alteration, by persons having :. the United Stsitet.States post office tree of all Urit- ARTICLE XXI. place by treachery, and put the garrison of. wood) consists of:3,000 acres. His whole rebuke to Mr. Badger and the Central Whig

regular accounts with tht office ish pnctdge, whether ,packet or inland. five or six hundred men to the sword. II i Power.
( FIVE The forms in which the accounts between the domain at Goodwood i is 40,000 He
AU announcement of. c3ndiatei O ofec. III the case of those countries to which letters In the South the Magyars are said to be acres.
&!9U.AB.invznabU in advance. (, cannot be forwarded unless I lie Jiritish postaec bepsid respective post offices for the transmission and conveyance has a summer retreat in Scotland! of betweentwo SECOND DISTRICT. In this District, represented

will be. paid-to any order tor announcement,unless : in ad"ant"lIurh British postage shall W collected of letters are to be made cut, the timc eil and herpo't in possession of Flume, the only sea port of and 300,000: acres.h Of he t beauty and in the last Congress by Mr. Boyden,

accompanied with the Unitad States in addition to the Uni mode in which pavment shall be made by Hungary ; which if true, will give a vast impulse of Ire-
enuring und ohituarv notices pub in ( ofliceto the other with all other measures of magnificence of this establishment says Mr. (Federalist,) Joseph P. CaldwelEsq.
the
Alt ,reliriolt. ',I '; hut editorial notice* for private ted British Stales rates offices.In of postage. ,) and accounted for tothe detail arising out of the stipulations of the present The to cause. Coiiuan, I cannot give you any adequate 1. dell, Whig, is the candidate. lie has no op
the Austria
advertisements. post shall be settled between the post ofiice meeting of Emperors of idea" believe he has been **
benefit, be a* which letters convention i -extensive parks, through which you position. We present
\\i cage the case cf those countries to
and Russia
of the United States and the British pest office, as Warsaw lasted but one dayNothing .-
ride for miles and ed" the Grand of Rowan a fit
cannot be forwarded iinlct-9 the United Statee potage miles-herds of deer, sheep, by Jury as

Jon WORK. be paid in advance, ouch United States postage, ol soon the aspossiblealter convention.the exchange the ratifications has transpired as to the object of the and cattle-twenty.five! race horses in the person to go to Congress, and his friends in

We are well prcprcd to execute Job Work, such. shall be collected in the United Kingdom, (in ndditioh It is present also agreed that the measures of detail mentioned interview. stable,and a groom for each-an aviary, filled that District think he will be elected.
hlet\ &.c..vnit1i'. neatne the British and accuunttd fur to the
to ,
cardh. blankpam > po-tagc )
bills, ; the
as in the aiticlemav be modified by with ,
present birds fi h
a This District
variety splendid ponds- THIRD DISTRICT. was
,
< represented
and despatch.A1i''rk o tin.description United States post othce. oflices whenever, mutual cnnsentthose From the Savannah publican.
two by
post
accounts with grottos, .c. int the last by a Whin, the
\enrl\ Congress
except lor personhaving \ ARTICLE XII. offices shall have decided that j uch modification Wo received the following despatch _! ,
the oliice, muM be paid 1 1':1:i I ttry.1 The rate of postage to be taken by the British post would be beneficial to the Post Cilice service cf the .0 j vts- The annual income ofthe Duke of Devonshire lIon. Daniel M. Barringer. Capt. Green

-- .- -- office u\nn letter arriving in the United Kingdom two countries. teruay morning from our attertiivecorcspon- the proprietor of Chatsvvorth is said to W. Cal well. who resigned a lucrative officeto

--- AUTHORITY. fr'-m the; United States eithci by Hriti.h or hi United ARTICLE XXII. dent : be .tvOOOO.> or one million dollars. This serve his country during the late war, is the

BY Siato> packets, and to bs forwarded through the Baltimore June 19, 1849. ; is said be
to the nobleman'sseat the havo
ratified the must splendid Democratic candidate and Whigs
The convention shall be by ;
colonies of the L"nited present
-- United Kingdom or possessions The British Americahas
Steamer
Rrsolatious. passed at t thf Srrcnd Session Kingdom, or of the United States, or to foreign President of the United States by and with the advice Huyall\Iail in the Kingdom.: His aborelum, covering three horses on the turf to wit: Gen. Dockeryof

Ads and count ne*-and net roo-shall be the same as and consent of the Senate thereof, and by her arrived at Halifax with Liverpool datesto many acres, contains one or more specimens Richmond, and Sanders P. Ingram and

of the Thirtieth Congress. the rate which is now, or which may hereafter, Britannic Maeaty| ; and the ratifications shall be exchanged 9th insl. Under the influence of the favorable ol every tree that can be acclimatedthe Alexander Little, Esquires, of Ansnn. A

taken by the British post office upon letters to or at London within three months trom the accounts from India, the confirmation, kitchen
twelve held timo
garden covers acres-aconservatory Convention is to be some
Whig
date hereof. It shall into operation as soonas
FCSLU OISVEXTIOX WITH BBITAIX, from such colonies or posit uicns. or foreign countries come the ratifications. of the damage done to the crop by the cold 3S7 feet 117 wide 67 rule offtwo and
GRIT respecti\cl, when posted at the port ot arrival possible after the exchange of Jong during thia month, to centro
164S.BTTHE In witness whereof the respective plenipotentiaries weather, &C., and with a fair prospect of an I high, with This Little have
CONCLUDED DECEMEFI1 I 15, or delivered at (lie port departure; of the packets a carriage-way. conservatory en one. Messrs. Ingram and
flUC.A. conveying the maiU between the United Kingdom have signed the same,and have affixed thereto abundant grain harvest here, buyers have operated is covered with 7.600 square feet of agreed to submit to a Convention and Gen.
OK
S>R :Sn5E.VTOF TiE O. fTA.TEt and the Uni'ed State the seals of their arms. a large scale to the close of
Done the fifteenth of December, I upon, up I glass, and warmed with hot water passing, i Dockery refuses. We have strong hopes of
at London daj
The above is of and
PROCLAMATION.Wlicareas postage irrespective beyond I the week and the market closed advance
A at -
hundred an through an extent ofsevcn miles. The t fountain ; of Caldwell.I .
the inland rate to be taken in the United States upon in the vearol our Lord one thousand eight the election Capt.
a contention betn'el the United Slates such letters, if posted orJJeluered, therein according and fort.v-eiht.W of 1-4 d. on all grades of American at Chatsvvorth throws the water to the I FOURTH DISTRICT. In this District the

of America and her M Augustine Shepherd,
Kingdom Great liriUin and Ireland' was concluded. and also itrcspcctive of and beyond thc'efl rate PALMERSTON. [L ] than last week. The Committee's quotations 3f 00 acres, and 90,000 in Derbyshire. Fora

and signed at Lo-idon.on the fifteenth day ot December upon such !ell in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun I of article I. ; ratified both partsand the ratifications sumptuous Firm DISTRICT.: The lion. A. W.Vena-
on respective and 4 7.3 for fair Orleans.
:
winch is, word furI and a full arcount of their interior
dred and fort The of to l taken the United ar-
.ight com'cutol I rate postage e by i. of the same were exchanged at London, on the-26lh ble, Democrat, i is a candidate for re-election
word,ai IoIIov. : I State post office upon letters arriving in the United day of January last by George Bancroft, Envoy Kx-; I Flour and Grain ct.-Brt'nJstuffs have I rangemi-fits, style ot' living. &c., the reader K.Nash .
the in this District and is
and her Majestj opposed by Henry
The United States of America and States either by Hntish or by UiitedStates packets, I traordinarv and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United declined six pence per barrel in Flour and six is referred to the letters of Coiman.

Queen ol the United Kingdom 01( Great Britain from the Unit -d Kingdom, and to he forwarded Stales of America at the Court ol St. James and Corn change-in On 10S, Vol., Mr. Coiman Esq. Orange, Whig. Mr. Venableis
relations no page gives an
the friendly I pence per quarter.
Ireland being debir tm to promote througn the United Staffs to the colonies or posses- the Built Honorable henry John Viscount I'ulnier-- strnn/ r than he has ever been before in
existing between tll.ir respective citizens aud stone of the United States,or of the United Kingdom : ; other articles, of general trade were over account of several noblemen whose annual
be. I ton, her Britannic Mastj's Principal Secretary of i I the Fifth District, and we feel! confident of his
eubjecln.by |ilaciii); the aoummmcanous In fut or to those (erntorus which, according to the State for Foreizn: Aflairs, on the part of their respective alack. Fine weather and the crops look income varied; from 100.000 to JCI30.0UO, re-election

I\\el the territories of the Uiutt-d-States law flf the United Slates, are beyond the limit of( covernments : well which mused a further reduction in all that is, from 8500,000 to $750,000. Speaking by a triumphant majority.

d her Critnmc Majesty upon a more liberct and ad- their established i poet routf.or to'foreign countries N.IAT, therefore, be it known that I, JAMES K. kinds of Provisions. I of Lord Yarborough, he that his SIXTH DISTRICT. In this District the
conclude says
!
convent
vanta eouh looting, iiavi' yes',1\.1 to a -and tttf t'et..a- be the same as the tale I'OLK, President of I lie United States of America, Lord *' has Hon. J. R. J. Daniel, Democrat. is a candidate -
fur tint* and have named as theirpleuipotentiarieMlml which i which Political. Afijirs the continent hip an indefinite: number of hunters
am purpose is now or may hereafter he. taken In have caused the said convention to be inadt public on are un
lIe
re-election. is
for opposed by Maj.
is toua\ : the United States office letters conveyed, &c., &c., -and adds-" It was the custom -
with post upon to fhe end that the game, and every clause and article changed., Money I is abundant, though the
Tin? Pre"id< Iii of the.United ttt.ll1nd) whether b\ sea or land to or from such colonies, thereof may be observed and fulfilled with good rates of discount was slightly higher. Con at this place for his Losdship, and his William J. Clarke, Democrat.

the ad*'ica and convent < t the -, possessions, territories or foreign countries respectively faith by the United fs'ates.and the citizens thereof.In \\erealwaysinvitedtoaccompany him, SEVENTH DISTRICT. William _S. Aslie,
Bancroft,a citizen ol the States,ttieir enxovextroardinarv ', when posted at the : of arrival delivered I sols are quoted at ninet-orj: and three-quar
tuitt por or W'itht.,* whereof I have hereunto set tnv hand
her at nine o'clock in the Esq. of New Hanover,has been nominated
precisely to
>vicutiary to evening
and picnt{ 1 at the ,port ol departure of the packets cohve>fnz and caused he seal of the United States to be aflixed. ters to ninety two three-eights.
Britannic 1il'n : the mails between the United States and the United Done at the- city of Washington, this fifteenth day \"i3illhe stables, where the hunting and riding by the Democrats in this District to succeed
---- ,
And her the Queen of the United Kingdmn ilmsdom. of Frfmnry, in the sear of our Lord one horses were kept, which were reached by a Gen. McKay. lIe has no opposition.
of Gret Britain and Ireland the right honorable The above in i of and Drotrned.-Oa Saturday evening last, in
postage irrespective beyondthe [SEAL.] thousand eight hundred and forl '-niv(, and covered passage-way from the hons* The William J.
len.John Viscount 1)alme.1oll. lUron TVrnnle inland rate lobe taken in the United Kingdom in the heventv-third of the independence of the neighborhood cf the Navy Yard, while two EIGHTH DISTRICT. Lane

peer of Ireland, a member d her Hi italic upon such lc- t"f1i, posted delivered therein according the United Stiles. women, one the wife of Michael Cracton, the stables presented all the neatness of a house Esq. Wayne, is again the Democratic can-

Majesty'* mol honorable i'rtvy Council a member, to the stipulations of aiticJe II of thia contention JAMES K. POLK.By other Miss I had into the parlor, and the grooms were more than a didate fcr Congress in this District which
Furguson
of Parliament, Knight Grand <'ios* ot tl .iutst h >norjble and also of and a pone dozen in number all drawn in line
irrespective! beyond the sea the President up a : lo in the last tbelIon.
:
,f the Bath and lieMirrtaruc Maje t\'s water for the taking a bathe-Mrs.Ciacton was represented Congress by
Order< rate such letters 'able according to the ..tip.ulal purpose "
upon pav JAMES UCII.oSrcrftary of State. 1 receive the Lord Yarborough
f f State for Foreign A airs: company. Ricb'd S. Donnell, Whig. James W.
Secret an1*> ions of article I. as it i js supposed was seized by a
rrnpa .
--. has than (fj).OOU in his
couimuuicsttu to each other --- -- more acres plantationhe
Wlo. hanl1 There shall be excepted item the above sfipulalations -- -- -- shark and drawn intodeep water. Her screams Bryan, Esq. of Craven was nominated, a

thr rtpecti"u| fU 'powers fund in $:ood and due letters and newspapers passing through the One Week Later from Europe. i I heard at a }house near by and a Mr. has GOO tenants, and you can ride thirty week or two since, by the Whig Conventionto
were
fM.bUt agreed ujx n and coaclutfcd the following 1. United Kingdom to and from France, its to which assi.stance'"he miles, in a direct line, upon his estate.- Mr. Lane; but he has been compelled -
their oppose
Mansfield to surcep-
8 c : certain rates are fixed by the postal convention exis.tingbetweenthac nv TIM: STKAMEU CA MilitIA.Nothing I ran of the tenants of Lord Yarboroughpay
I, 1 country and the Uniti-d Kingdom. has transpired to induce the belief ded in bringing Miss 1'urpuson uhore, arid in I Iatt'mpting Many by ill health to retire from the can-

Ikb! chargii.2'CLF upon all letters not excoed- I nut; the two contracting patties agree to invite I that the Iris-h State Prisoners under sentenceof to rescue the other he and her were I 1,000 and 1,400 guineas a year rent, vass.Jr.. Lane is sure to be elected, if the

Tf ounre in weight. ,conveyed (.itlf bU. l France to enter into communication with them, both drowned. The following day the body of and several of them live like noblemen, keeping Democrats of this District turn out and poll
witbout loss of time in order to eflect such death will be pardoned. Extreme misery their horses and servants
t r by Biitttfb a port in arrangements horrible dogs, carriages, : their full strength.
tie S1H packets \ Mrs.1 C. drifted ashore, mutilated in a
Ireland. "
the letters and
for still
,
unhappy
in United Kingdom, conveyance newspapers pervades in liver
t Vaite State sea rate of a ci twf nt pence tlt. or Msteen tentf: and cloned mail, through territories of the United The cholera has made its appearance in manner. The body of Mr. Mansfield has not Of the Duke of Richmond's style of living, NINTH DISTRICT. In this District the con

and.tiCt iueh shall belong (( the (countrv b\ tatP80 of the United Kinpd'-m, and of France Dublin and prevails also in : of the been found hut portions of his clothing. suchas test will be between Gen. Thomas J. Person,
pOtUt many parts &c. Mr. Cohnan The service at
the packet conveying the lee is iuniinhed.ARTICLE rc-specliieh,a* may be most conducive to the interests parts of his shirt and drawers hate drifted sajs- Northampton Democrat, and lIon. David
I'ic of the three countries. country. dinner silver gold!
l was always or throughout,
II. old French on the beach, leaving but little eloubt that he Outlaw, Whig, who was a member of the
France. The Assembly WiSdissuh'e I
XIII. and dishes t fur the and
ARTICLE jellies
'rp ,h.11 b charged by the Post Office of the tlie liGth of has been devoured by sharks-I'ensacoluGazette. plates except last Congress. Gen. Person is a young gentleman .
United exceeding half Letter posted in the United States, addressed to by limitation on May, I puddings, and those the most beautiful chi.rm.
upon of fine abilities self-made and
a\lctt" man,
a
Rintom. the Brttibh North American i rice and the Assembly convened on the ViHth I "
an parted t'nite lildu prey nces.or rr *a, new In truth1 r. Quintan's book resembles -
and torwardwl to the United State*, O when not conveyed by MM,shall be charged according In the early part of the sitting every thing the grotto of At.tiparos, the glitter of..1 possessed indomitable resolution and ener-
the United States,and dehven-d in the United Kinc to the rites of passage which are now,or which perfectly tranquil and there were no Bloody RCIlcontrt.-The Charleston Courier gy. He was a member cf the Commons at
was whose illuminated stalactities does not
dan, whether such letters t-hali b conveyed by shall hereafter be, in operation in the United States the Later learns that a despatch: had been received surpass the last session and is one cf Ihe most popularand
British i packets, an inland postage and ill the British North American provinces, for troops in attendence beyond guard. the splendor! of the gold. and silver and diamonds -
or >\ in the District. With the
ftatpl which worthy men
rate of Unit penny halt penny. inland letters. in the dahowc.cr, immense bodies of in Baltimore from Louisville, Ky., and pearls, which were displayed! be.
which Mr. Outlaw entertains the
There shall be charged t h\' the Dost Office of the ARTICLE XIV. disorderly people collected around the Chamber states that a rencontre took place in Madison fore him. In a certain sense, apart from the opinions on

United States,upon al: letter!not exceeding bal au : Upon all infers posted in the United States,and and the fear of an invasion by the mob! : county at a public assemblage between Cas- valuable and curious information which it Slavery question, it i is not possible, it seems lo

ounce in weight,t\Olte in the United Sta1< I addressed tut fIR' !British! North American provinces was eo great that the troops, previously; instructed sius \. Clay, and Joseph Turner. Both! parties this work fitly, enough be called us, that he can be returned to Congress, provided -
fon\irded to the United Kingdom, or brought fromthe or rice verge, tl.e rates of postage fixed by the pre- I at each other, without do- conveys may the Republicans ofthe Ninth District are
United Kingdom, and dehveml in the Uuit. article shall be combined into were ordered to advance and clear snapped pistols -the ladies own book.! The Duke Las more
ceding of
rate
one other fully aroused acd do their duty. Gen. Personis
States, whether such Inter shall be conveyed by which payment in advance shall he optimal, both the adjoining streets. No serious attempt ing injury when they attacked each than forty race horses and s>ix'y grooms and

Unite State or by Untmh packets, a inland postage in the United States and in the Uflti..h North American was made to resist the troops and but lew- with Bowie knives. Mr. Clay was stabbed i hostlers. His salmon fishery at the Gordon sound upon that question, and cannot fail to

oi fire ctct*. provinces. It shall,however be the heart instant dwuth and obtain Whig votes in consequence, in all
rte not permitted arrests were made. through causing I Castle used to be let for X 15,000, and now I
ARTICLE III. lo pay less than the whole rate.ARTICLE Turner[ wounded in the abdomen I portions of the District.
On Wednesday a bitter conflict took place was severely lets for 7,000 annum, or 83:,000.
Upon all letters posted in nneconntryand dctve.1 I XV.Tie in the Assembly. and groin, and died from the effects of lithe reader per is desirous of In the last Congress the Democrats hadthree
diteotbe.thefp rate ni postage, both Ma I rates to be takell on newspapers published in French wounds. knowing something from this State, and the Whigs six. In
the
of which i Italy.-The Expeditionary forces of the of in
b combine into one rate, the j"i.d Kingdom, when conveyed bChH-en the style surpassing splendor the next, the chances are that the Democrats
in dunc ovtiona in either coun United Kingdom and the Vnitep States either Lv arc still encamped outside of Home M. Less which a Brit!h baronet may live with his 500

pyet shall, how.'ViT. not b to pay ieai> British or by United States packets, shall"be one >eps>, the envoy, having: totally failed to persuade We learn from the correspondence of the tenants around him, he will be abundantly will have five,the Whigs three,and Mr. Cling
than the whole rate.ARTJCLl for each in the North American that Charles man with the Democrats on the Slavery ques.
Unitt-d
con.bint penny newspaper Kingdom, the Uonnus to admit the French, either Philadelphia I gratified by turning to Mr. Colman's account
IV. and two cents iti the United Slates. Conversdy, no I well-known here in Mobile, badgiven tion. Such a result would be glorious. Let
friends or as enemies. Whitnoy establishment Tre-
as of Sir Charles Morgan's at
the of haif higher charges than those above! stated' shall be made friends in all sections themselves
spread
With reaped to letter above weight oflectures in London on American our just
I The utmost dissatisfaction i is said to prevail a course vol. 1 203.) Then let him turn to
by tbe nfl.lsh or by the United StatcI'o.t; office ornewspapers degar. p. "
3D ounce,each country shall be at I ibert to employ attended distinguished and the work will be done.
as regards collection of the whole cmbint rate, published in the United States, either amongst the troops[ who openly mow their oratory. It was by many the account Woburn Abbey/ p. 310, the

the scale t.projrretsion in operation own territory when despatched from that country, or when delivered sympathy with the Homan{ republic. WhiUt members of parliament and the nobility residence of the Duke of Bedforii!, which, says General Gaines.

for charging inland latet. of posta e. in the United Kingdom. the negotiations are going forward at Home, and gentry. Mr. Whitney sent a card \1 r. C., in its magnificence, distances anything
There shall be noacconnts between tIle two oiii-
V. with malaria threatening of invitation for the Duke of Wellington to The New Orleans give soma ofthe
ARTICLE ces for the transmission cf newspapers : each office Gen. Oudinot's position, I have yet seen, and next to the rojal papers

The Unite States engape *rant to the United shall retain liP postage it shall IlllVcchartd,according his army, is far from pleasant. Everyday attend. The Duke immediately sent the following palace, may be considered( the acme of elegance paticulars ofthe illness and death of the Uto

do transit in closed mails, through the to the preceding Simulations. furnishes him with fresh proofs of the reply : and grandeur." gallant veteran, Gen. E. P. Gaines. HL

territory and newspapers of the United from the Stated United,of the Kinjr'irn cre11laec u ARTICLE XVI. precarious nature of his command}, if not the Field Marshal, Duko of Wellington, presents After alluding to a court hall at which one disease was cholera, which proved fatal with

British North American ro\'i&ce.and frl thoeeprovince The rate of postage be charged in the United moral certainty that the troops will refuse, if his compliments to M r.Charles Whitney lady wore JEGO.OOO or 8300.000 worth of dia. .

to the United Kintd;
postage lobe charred under this r< nventioti for State, passing in transit through the United King having been beaten have withdrawn his impersonation of the Orators and Sachems Roxburgh whom I do not know appearedmost "Gen. Gaines retained his consciousness
United dom shall be one penny breach newspaper, except
the
and the and United newfpapersbetween Stales.A Kingdom where a lower rate is provided l by anj inatv between within their own territories, and with of the New World. splendidly, ; and well she might as the during his short illness, until the moment of

Critt.h officer be permitted to accompany the United Kingdom and a foreign country ; and the Austria seem inclined to let the French have "The Duke is an old man and is obligedto annual income oft tle}; Duke i is stated to be the collapse. Y est 'rday morning recognize

the dosed mails during Ibal their transit. rate of post ace to charged in tho United States the quarrel all to themselves. deny himself iho amusements of the town. 300,000.." ing one of his young military friends who

VI. upon neMNpapertf to und from the United Kingdom, The from Home interest with l stood much affected at his bedside, h' remark.
ABTICLE in transit through the United Stated, shall latest intelligence states lIe will be happy to create an Upon this pont: tbE 8e statements may suffice. I

On the other hand her Britannic: fjct.engages be pacing two cents for each newspaper. that the Constituent Assembly, having unequivocally her majesty that Mr. Whitney's peculiar en- There arc very, very few of our wealthiestmen ed to him in measured accents : ** Well my

to rnt to the United SlaUtthe dose AKTICLL XVII. rejected the proposition of M. tertainnicuts may receive the royal approba whose entire estate is equal to the income young friend, my time is approaching. I sup.

,tea na1,of i,through the correspondence the lirituh and North tie\American%*pa|>crs from one Periodical works, not of daily publication postedin Lesseps, had given authority to tho Triumvirate lion. of this nobleman, for a single year. 1 i pose I must.c go. I have- nothing. on yscience my coni .

part of the territory ol I he United Stat<*w to an? other the United Kingdom or in the United States, maybe to treat again, and that the Triumvirate Will Mr. Whitney call and sec the Duke. In the eyes of these noblemen our "mer and am not afraid to die. 1 am an"

part of the territory of the Uniled States,at rates forwarded trom one country to the other, (either proposed to the French Plenipotentiary the Mr. Whitney accepted the invitation and chant t to be set old man,and probably have lived long enough.
princes" mti: a oflJtg.
not exceeding the ratve of inland; portage now char by British, or by United Slates packets by means of following conditions : was treated by the Iron Duke in a very cordial appear of This highly characteristic address was delivered

pod,or to be hereafter ehargtdin to the in the North such American the namely; two: offices, under the following conditions, 1st. The people shall again be called uponto manner, and gave him specimens of the garly wealth fellows.is well exhibited The comparative in the remark estimate of John with the utmost calmness showing the

1rovinces.accordilj the dillanr North ,cosedsail1ay 1st.:There shall be no nccounls between the two exercise their sovereignty by means of oratorical styles of Webster, Clay, Calhoun, Jacob Astor of New York, who i is reportedto perfect peace of mind ofthe brave und good

conn..ytvitin oflicesforthe transmission of such works: each office universal suffrage. McDuffc, and Red Jacket. The Duke was that riches not essential to old soldier.
provinces.An have said are
.- officer of the United States shall be permittedto l shall retain the postage it shall have charged. 2d. The Austrians: Neapolitans, and Spaniards : highly gratified. Tho expectation was that and, that be who had only aGO{,. When the moment dissolution arrived,
the closed mail duricg their trantat. 2dly. They must be sent in bands or covemopen I happiness, without II,
accompany shall all immediately evacuate the territory he would receive a "command" from the life passed away a struggle.
at the bides t>r t-nd, so that they may be easily exam. 000, was as well offus ifhe was a rich man.
ARTICLE VII. ined.3dlv.. of the republic, as universal suffrage Queen to deliver a lecture before her and the died as he had lived, calm and collected,with

The United Stales further engage to grant to the : They shall be in every respect subject to the would be a mockery under the pressure of court at Buckingham 'alacc.-Ala. Planter. Mr. Colman's account of the poverty and serenity that nothing, not even the terrorsof

United Kingdom the transit in coed! mails,throuch I conditions prcsciibed by the laws and regulations of bands. misery Ireland are nut surprising. Too the mortal pang-could discompose."

the United Staten or through any country \\herethe : both countries foreign years we have heard this story from
>tit communication be under the control or well 3d. The French shall have to advance from An otarage.-'rho people of Mississippiare many
) may The rates to be levied in Great Britain,as on I traveller who has visited that unhappy
management of the United States or letters and' the abovementioned work addrencil t lo the United R iiie. The Republic, always generous and justly incensed at the Abplition Postmaster I every His statements of the squalid A Kiss.-A kiss is thus defined in a love-
tiewspaperblorwarded from the United Kingdom those from the United States addicted them for I General for appointing a citizen of an abolition country. poverty
lush States, as on fraternal, will grant garrison: a place and intolerable filth Edinburgh and Dun. letter, written in the year 1678, and translated
colonies or possessions to any otter HI colonyor to Great Britain.shall be us follows : from fever. When they shall meeta State to the important office of Post.
pot. Cllliioli. or to any foreign country and from Is?. For every work not exce-edicg two ounces in exempt of the State dee-Zio/infe Dundee-are rather startling.In from the German :
the scat
due to each other by republican master at government.
any foreign country or British colony or IoPsessiotI, weight, one ;penny.Sdly reception What isakiss 1 A kiss is it seal
but not-so bad as what connection with the poverty of Ireland, ag were a
to the United Kingdom its colonies or pc.S.Ct SiOlili. For every work above? two ounces in weight, brethren, they shall remain their friends ; no This is had enough
ARTICLE VIII. and not exceeding three ounces "j xpellt'e. for the democracy of Home l has been done by Col. Peters the Collector Mr. Colrnan presents an "extract from the expressng our sincere attachment ; the pledge
more protectors ,
Her Rri'ann C' Majesty engages, on her part. topraot :{dlv. For every work above three ounces in will constitute itself without foreign inter j of the Port of New Orleans, who has appointed probates of fortunes, left by Irish bishops, laid of future union ; a dumb, but at tbc same time,

to the United States the transit in cloned mails, weight, and not exceedingour ounces, eight pence. ference. to places in tho Custom House persons before the House Commons, 1832"mean.ing audible language of a loving heart ; a present,

through the United Kingdom or through any country .11 hi)'. And for every ounce above four up lo sixteen M. has loft the city for the who arc not citizens of the United 8tal's.B .- bishopsoflhe Protestant Episcopal Church which at the time it is given, takes from as

where the post communication may be under the ounces (the limit imposed on the transmissionofauch : Lessens campof the Col. Peters has found it necessary whose sees were in Ireland. The aggregate the impression of an ivory coral press; a crimson .
Control of the United Kingdom ol articles by the British; office) two pence additional Gen. Oudinot, but was expected back im ) way,
or management of eleven deceased amounted balsam for wounded heart, a svv.et bita
fraction ol an unce being reckonedas deputation I for to turn out several persons wealth bishops a
letters and newspapers from the United Statf'tl.t htircolo.niell.or every mediately. It was also understood that a good cause,
posset-tions.to any other colony or possession a full ounce. had been sent on the previous dayto whom he appointed only a few days ago--be. to one million eight hundred and seventy.five of the lips, an affectionate pinching of the

of the United Slates, or to any foreign coun- Th rates to be levied by the Post Office of the with proposals to the Pope to return lug incapable and not trust worthy. thousand pounds sterling-or nine millions mouth, a delicious dish which is eaten with

try.or from any colony or possession (if the UniNd: United States on similar works. addressed to or coming Gaeta There is flagrant case of dismissal three hundred and seventy-five thousand dol scarlet spoons, a sweetmeat which does not
and witha one
shall exceed the rule very
from the United States, not under limited temporal ,
Satei,1othc! United Stales, their colonies or posesiions. a very shall notice in a few days. We I lars. The wealthiest of these decendants of satisfy our hunger ; a fruit which is planted
rates to be charged in the United Kingdom. total exclusion of the Cardinals from all which we .
IX. ARTICLE XVIII. greatly err if it do not make even the Whigs poor St. Peter was Agar, bishop of Cashel, and gathered at the same time ; the quickest

ARTICLE the of I political power. with astonishment and indignation.AVtr .-. whoso estate is set down at JG 100,000, or two exchange of questions and answers of two
/ exceeding weight I
When U-tlers shall be forwarded in dosed mails Printed pamphlets not Prussia and Dcnmatk.-Tho war betweentho stare
posted in (lie United Kingdom or in Orleans Courier. millions dollars. i I lovers-the fourth degree of love.
'ltlller the stipulations articlctV,VI,"H.or'JII, eight ounces, Danes: and Prussians continues without
Ifthe) j'tc' .cnt convention, the payment to be madeto ,the United Slates.iuay be forwarded frtm cue country-

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I THE FLORIDIAN & JOUUXAL. Gubernatorial Term. State,just on the ere assuming Ibo d.i< ni election on the 1st in -L2 '_ "
: : Monday May, 1839, and fn him to attempt to. make them believe. letter of Hon. .
--- -- ---- -- ------- It is with unfeigned repugnance that we t tied and responsible' attributes of State Sovereignty the proclamation! of ihe President.of the Con. that had W. V7. J. Eelly. 1
we made The
t. E:. MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON, engage in the controversy touching tie term is entitled} to high cons.deration.; ve declaring said ratification, was issued a refecton" "on the following letter from Hon. W. W. J.
In the preamble to that Act 21st October of Mr. Andrcws. We did late Senator of
March nothing
passed KEr.1Y Florida
1:DZTs AP pa01'JUETOR' o office ofthe Governor of Florid I 1839. The' Constitution capacrJ : explains it.
...... - present 10th 1543, entitled an Act to facilitate the remained drmantli awakened by the act of What we did say we see no reason s el'. It contains the frank and.

B'it believing] that gross illiberally and wan. organization of the State of Florida,!' introduced Congress March 1843 to t change: hare manly test ti.
Saturday, June 30, 1849. admitting ; yet no hesitation in republishing mony o' one
every of
_. t ton injustice has been exhibited towards the by Gen. Brown in the House of Representatives the State of Florida into the Union under it.- i the compliments which in way worthy being beard,

-- incumbent i with the double! purpose, doubtless and a full number nf copies printed The Committee ofthc Constitution forthwith are paid to the regard to Gov. Moseley's! views !last winter .

PROCLAMATION l of injuring him, and! atTecting the party t the clauses of the Schedule and ()rdi. i issued its writs of election, a< directed in the I new officer by the organ: of the Administra t .touching which information has been so

ExtctmrE Ornrfi.rallahasste. nance bearing: on this question are recited at clause of the Constitution above tion. pertinaciously sought the
: quoted. And by
which placed him in office, we hare to claim: : Sentinel. We
Jane 29 1619. l length and It I
were expressly constructed and I in declared the limes of the should
JAMES K. PotK, late President of the Uni- t Ihe indulgence! of our readers for devoting a declared by the territorial Legislature t lo to be elected were to Representatives till the first I i: r We call attention to the Governor's wish perhaps say that the writer: intimate

ted States died at Nashville: on the loth instant. portion ofto-day'i paper to the con: iderajionof make: the first term of the Representatives expire Monday in October, IS-conlnul. The last Terri- I I proclamation ordering an election for Senators no to have the letter published. But as i

It is i not inappropriate that the painful I I the subject. in October 1840.- ) Gen. Brown was to rbi Legislature passed an act to facilitate t in Leon. AJachua and Columbia counties, it is a matter in which the public are latercsted -

The Florida! one of the members of the Constitutional. the organization of Ihe State from which inferences "
Sentinel Government
last make unfavorable
{ announcement should t Ire made by the Executive I Tuesday Convention and one of its Committee t to supply vacancies vccasioncd by the deathof 'lo
to order
afd regulating the first elections Gov.
of Florida to the}: people! of the Sratp.na'in .- use ofthe following; Janguagein reply to our the first election, under this Schedule and or. the Goxernor of the (appro'cd"J I Col. Lorimer and resignation of Messrs. Moseley have been attempted to be
Territory, in which
been elevated to the Chief" Magistracyof l>rol.oitioI that in questions olcontroversy' as dinance. The writs of election i issued by declared ihe'representatives )elected Aldrich and Sanderron. drawn, we do not believe that Major Klr

the Republic nt nn rarlier. age than, to legal rights, it is for the party out of possession ;. that committee! -(Mr. George T. Ward L t to serve (ti October, IS.10. are We were in error in our statement last t would hare the slightest disposition to with.

\, that of either of ihe illustrious citizens who to institute proceedings, and not for Gen. Brown and Mr. J. D.rCSICol) ci:- f is contended that the construction of week that Mr. Tweed, Senator from Santa hold it, when the cause justice is to be sub.

I had \nm\ why bas that to which he is entitled :- pressiy state ihe first Representatives are to t the commil.e ofthe Constitution, nor that of Resa, has resigned. On served by its publication.
preceded him closing an administration serve (till October 164G. The the t inquiry, we lear
.
: 'He who has possession! of his neighbor's ass county ofcer Terrirciallt'gislalurc, nor ofthe Governor sL'ch In regard to Gov. desire .
p which will! be ever memorable among the that called the elections designated lerm is not the case. Neither has Dr. Tracy, foselejs to resign
Territory are binding if
) (
records obis country's glory, while, yet in iheviffor : should deliver it to the proper owner, (says of service in ihe same manner. The people on the (;l'neralsl'mLJj'. That erroneous such constructions ,) Senator from Nassau, vacated: his seat although the office last may go on k

the Sentinel.) without waiting t for him Mo I throughout the state so the term have been say, that we believe there of
of matured manhood, he laid aside the Indentoo to given by high authority ; some time since appointed Timber not one his intimate .

I robes of office to be ehiouded!} in the mantleof : institute legal proceedings to establish his be. heard Not a whisper opposition or dissent that t they have been concurred in ; that: the .\gent for tbe General Government. So also friends-and he has them both among

death In consideration of his arduous rights ;' at least so the moral code teachesus. ? the was elections from h by any the Inspectors quarter. The all returns the of;' people ihe 2t3tL acquiesced in them ; that the eleclions of)Ir. Walls, of the Hamilton District, who Whigs and Democrats-who does not know
last
public services the, ." GOloseJe)' is here exhibited by an election specify I' on May for members ofthe Gene has that he has long been tired of the
indissoluble association cf to have been held for Representatives ral Assembly, were held under that : removed from the County. These gen office and

j his name with one of the most brilliant epoch offensive comparison in the, odious position of to serve until October 1946.. The Commit and with the expectations by ihe people belief, t'emen: should resign their post t! that the re ardently desirous of the arrival of the time

of his holding on to an office which be knows belongs lee of the Constitutional! Convention so de. t the representatives would order ; when he could
country's history, the, distinguished offi. remain (IIU October, qiiisite may be issued for the election of l constitutionally surrendar it
to another. We cared and certified them to be elected to the : 1 t1-16. should! however, have into the hands of his
cial k'10ro\-f the weight in form their successor.
position which he so lately held, together say successors at the County elections in O .
Gt'nl'r1 Assembly. After (the General l -
Assemblv ing an opin'on to the
as
with the and moral code, in* its utmost stiictness would correct construction tober. PEcs.coLA,22dJune,1319.
,
virtues fIns
purity () private life, had been lime in
some session, a ff) the Constitution. These ,
rornf run___inns__,_ rp1
I it earnestly recommended to the people of not require me to deliver a chattel to m IV.. doubt was suggested, and the Judiciary committee entitled lo a respectful l : ----- ----- Jly dear Gorerno '

Florida to testify in a becoming manner their neighbor, unless! I knctr it to be his. of the House of Representative were t the committee do not deem consideration.it to But invoke The Augusta Virginians Chronicle i umcc.& I hardly know if you will thank an oI! friend j
necessary Sentinel is
retpee! for tLe memor," ()ftbe Jatc Ex.Presi. Our readers Lave only to make ttlemselvacquainted OS instructed! to enquire into the matter, and n i I their aid lo establish (he position that and pupil for intruding upon your a has. j
and able report was: made the deeply mortified at the fact that there are so t ty scrawl, (not a hasty '
t plate
-I dent. with the history! of the controversial (JJ concurring inic j true and reasonable comtrction i h:. that it cfsoup. ) But
i former constructions, and a Resolution! !I was designed that the many Virginians holding high office. noticing in the "Sentinel" of the 12th. last ]
W. D. MOSELEY. question, to see with what fhow of justice declaratory of!such opinion passed IJoth Hous" in i last representatives elected it is passed, something connected with :
---- I May should continue till October, 1310 n'el, a dreadful thing no doubt, andas your "desire" '
this charge is so unblushingly! made. with but little objection indeed as to the of
On the manner
PUBLIC MEETING. ; ayes and other side, it is contended that the some of the papers say, discreditable to the disposing of the constitutional .
At the first State electionthcre: were chosen fays were not): taken in either house upon it. terms had: they been elected S'ate. question involved in the tenure of j
I
The citizens of the city (;Tallahassee ThV ;General but on the first Unfortunately, too, the charge i is nota office, and
are members of the Legislature, a Representative ( Assembly concurred in the I I Monday in October," tneHii the October your having had several conversa-
requited assemble} in the previous constructions placed preceding new one, nor the offence of short (lions with that
the
Capitol on Monday to Congress, and Governor of the o* Schedule II| the election in May, i. e. October, standing.For you upon subject, pending the I

afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for the purpose ,.I State. This election and Ordiance made by every department of 1 15 1 II. It i is conceded that the word had was: not Gen. Washington, the first President question during the last session of the General

concerting measures to offer a testimonial occurred in May, for the Territorial or State Governments, or I they )been elected," Ac., being in the a Virginian 1 and the first Secretary Assembly, I deem it but an act justice to yon
proper particular reasons, and not in October the cer of either, that had been called past to state that
I tense t I you were
offiI
,
manifestly: refer of anxious
upon State
to a Mr. extremely _
Jefferson by
of respect to the of the late previouOctober! and the first <
memory J1 lime established! by constitutional enactment, cal.to decide it previously. I but the error is in respect to the of General Attorney r every proper means, to rid yourself from the :
period time Mr.
distinguished' President ofthe United States, as the general election day. The Consul These repeated declarations and opinions, when these terms are applied. It is I' Randolph, both sons of the Old I very unpleasant attitude in which you found f

JAMES K. POI.K, who died at his resilience in i lion, however, declares that these office it is not contended, are of such authority as to the day of the election, but at the end not of the at I Dominion 1 But this is but the beginning of that question had and might place you. I remember .

Nashville, Tcnn., on ihe 15th in t.THOS. thus elected in rs, preclude all doubt, and finally settle ibis question year after the election, and ihey refer to thepr'ioui I trouble. Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, I Harrison distinctly your expressed wish to resign .
May, shall continue in of. ; but surely such uniformity of official j' October. The Tjler and leave the question with the
?. J. PERKINS, Constitution befi/re, Taylor-do they not make seven Presi.
Intendant. lice in the same manner, and during t the I construction, by disinterested and impartial I in Article IV, provides for the time of one PKESIDE.VTS which the shameful dent of ihe Senate, wbo in the even.t of your

June 30, 14t.ueaui same! period they would! have done, bad I authorities! are entitled to sorre weight in de. year, and the last clause cited is to provide for in the selfishness resignation! by constitutional provision became

--- lhE'''. bel'n elected on H__ Ihl'..._! .fir'.. ". .\fnn..".."'...". in.1}I ciding cli/iifitif; the true construction of this clause, and t' theircwzinuancein :office fore a further. time, ,i. pursuit of office on the part of one Com.monwealh acting Goreror. But a proper sense of the
nc tni v rlrfc-, flirt nniiitntia >trh'rtm if the election .. .. ,, bas .h 1..7 duty *-s\ti owed Irt the .
01 ux-zresiaezu: October." Under this clause : rtort -- "hnIJ,1 'r..U'U 1.1 L u I eler3tprl .In ., .**..nr.. .*-.- ..* ':**. people. who had Ant v i _
: the not (hC : '
tl
i ay
The lingering doubt which we last week arose for decision, first by .the que-tion! gi been i\'el members and acttd-upon ofthe of persons who, having frt Monday in October. I was(intended I t t.-acy of the Union ? And to think of :Mar-\. ted to you the administration of our State af ;
Legislature
entertained without 1 Conrenliol, are prcsum- rirute such previous Ilbal, a native of the fairs, and your promise to support, defend and I
,
daring to express, of the j Fecolldl the ed to know what the special election for same State, Chief Ju?.
by member .
) of intended the that
Congress;: and CQm"t'ltion, t general election the lice protect constitution, determined to
for
correctness of the' Ithirdl huccceding October. you
telegraphic announce. )' by the Governor; whether October should not lie disturbed without clear and an'I he very words, "continue! in so many years of the Supreme Court, sacrifce personal to public duty.

mcnt cf the death of Mrf t POLK, has given I! intended was that which next preceded or equivocal' error being made manifest. in this provision, prove this ofice"If it was employed llen. -whom some have bad the audacity to think now distinctly remember, if you

way to the positive assurance cf the inelan. But this ded to lesson an abler man than either proposed in our conversations
i is Kent
j ncholy < followed the day on which they not all.Ve have the strongest or restrict the time, these words or Story- or mJelf that
fact. lie left the White House for the were would not have been Ilh e equal' of this question ought properly' to be to
j i cho"en.? Two of these parties long since I assurance that the enlightened jurist, Chancellor adopted. Again, if it Ianfl or D'Auguesseau the submitcd .
tomb. His! sun has et while it i was intended the terms of those clioben Need we darken: the Judiciary. My recollection: is not so '
was Kent at a I picture
yet day. J j made their decision the third whose name will descend by mentioning distinct
: elected for a to u special election should upon the point, for reason that I had
In the maturity of his powers, in the, ripeness J! I I posterity with those of Story and Blackstone election expire in October after .Scott and Taylor, the renowned berces of the! awa\s! believed this
longer tcim, was not called upon to decide it jl' the object would have been best I I ((the Supreme Court) the E

of his fame, when Us: Administration like the ', until recently. What wa! that decision] ?- '! sustained by his opinion the, construction I i answered II I the omission ofthe clause cited [ Mexican War ? What words. can sufficiently proper tribunal to determine the question ;
)
departing King of Day had jut t finished its ,'The Legislature determined! that: thl'! Octobersubsequent which, until this late date, has been given"with I I altogether. I is not merely necessary to efj.j,| condemn the State that gave them birth !. the often times I urged it upon rarioo mem

course in a blaze of glory, he has: taken his : to the day of their election was in. MI near an approach to unanimity-the! I t that f feet such the object, but its very adoption shows. :J|lAnd Henry Clay is i another Virginian, whose b with ers of the m}own party Genera, and )in conversation: *
convention I
departure for that from who.se bourne was not willing to rest !i! rapacity for office" has Attorney say, having
country : :,: tt'nded-and- resolved construction which nvikes Governor Mose- I with the induced the people: t these several -
accordingly impressions
that the provision' of Article IV mind,
no traveller returns. It is well.]! Life to him,,' I,;I members; of the lower House should hold office Ic y's term expiie in October, 1 IS 19. this clause might! have : by that without :[ ofthe United States to run l him two or three: memory does not not enable}upon! me rny at this time my i

as to all the earnest, the noble, and the brave,, J:: (i for one year after! October, IS 13.; 1 As for the gratuitous: imputations and of-: t the cciiitiuction! the difficulty:UP combating.adopting ;,, \times for the Presidency-who with Scotland I t to say if you first proposed (this method to me, I

\vas no holiday pastime-it was battle I 1'lil'1 f Again, the:, j, h Harrison-three Virginians but I think I am clear in recollection of '
a !;j! reasons, which brought them, to this conclusion fensivc personalities which core from our op- constitution was not in operation I !!. "' -were the only my
and a march," a stern I I I I in October, 154 1, nor until the names your wiingnps'to have the matter deter. I
it State brought before
struggle against obstruclionn are contained in the ponentfi, would' ) be easy to meet them with i was adrnitted I the ; National I I
Whig
a manly contest with opposing fur i report which we to-d1J, counter and adverse crirninalions.- into the L'nion, .March! 3d., I 13 ir'. No, I Convention in 1S40. It is too bad m ; and in short, I may say. you :
I p ublish. Their term consequently expired I charges election could! have: been h.id Luckily were very anxious, and often so :
CC8 ; in all of which, amid contumely and re- i I But such a course is little to 1614 in October, j the mother of John C. Calhoun yourself to expressed
under herself to have
not until October, J 1840. If they were right: our taste. We i the constitution, and a reference I Vir- me. this question so settled

\ preach, the lukewartnness of tends and: the i i the term of GOfoseJc:\ }' does not expire until conclude with the hope that they may enjoy in the constitution to an impossibility, toa7 t! !j ?inian, left that State just in time to save it i j ji as that no injury might resut: to the people,

bitterness of foes, be quailed not, and faltered I I l October, IS-19. whatever of political or personal capital they supposed election that could not occur, would j i from the reproach of having produced such an i ihft dignity of your station, and your individual .

I not. Having finished his official make be absurd. Further, when the i office seeker responsiilitiei in the faithful discharge ot!f
course, having : j But what was the decision of the can out oflhe agitation of the question.Surely constitution as he is. But it is notorious the
memLerofCongr's was to
fought a good fight, we need not I I they are entitled to their I adopted, it was anticipated that lie State t that! only a few* since nine As confded you.
that the regret !:, the second party above mention reward would have been admired forthwith in the years states were to manner by which it was proposed

time ortis departure was at hand. It l'd'? It was identical with that ofthe The spring of 1S39. In such c.ise, the first General represented in the United States Senate by t to }bring the subject before the "Judiciary,"
is indeed excusable! his admirers who Legislature. ; following is the report ofthe Judiciary ; Virginians !! I think is of iittie
think: l For :Mr.\ Yulee, on being chosen Assembly woul have been chosen in the ;I i I moment in this connection,
I his acts have been Committee, mentioned above : summer of Our as all who are conversant with the
misjudged, to with that hej Senator I year. It is not doubted that t { patience will allow us to farther. mode of
in no
eent go
could hare lived I a resignation of his office of. REPORT.( t the object) oftbc convention in submitting constitutional: questions to the .
j to enjoy a fame which they I the incorpora... The e\'i is verily a crying We prope'r \
j one. do
j believe coming years will make Repiesentatiie in Congiess. Now, unless 1 The provisions of the Constitution relating lion of t the sentence quoted in the last clause, !J |that the Chronicle hp tribunal, will answer this question for
Irigl.ter-to I &
1 Sentinel themselves
the i and
rest from his decision was that his term was to continue to this subjert are as follows : was to avoid the expense and trouble of the j and leave the interrogator to show
labors in the midst of his admi. for I two election! \Whig having taken it in hand t that some improper method
i the will .
1 two years from October, 19-15, be had no AKTICLB Department.( same year. To show the : put a stop was proposed,upon
ring countrymen. But such was not the ordering .. ;I n'-Legilatre absuidity of a ) I t to 't- which the Court could not act.
olEce construction
;
to resign-for if it commenced with the 2. The members of the House of the contrary suppose :> __ __ __ At all
I of Providence. Representatives State bad been admitted in June events, if Ihe "Judiciary" (

In a life ofearnest endeavor j preceding October, then be was a member cf shall be chosen by the qualified of any year : the elections: were or July j The Yazoo City Whig." Court) could alone decide the question Supreme, and
of sustained and compelled I lo( : "
effort the iJNh Congreu, which expired on the 3d'(I voters, bal serve for the term of one be held in about sixty days thereafter, and the |t This paper is edued by a lady. She was a there was no other means of occomrayduting!

I persevering of unflinching, indcfatigaI March, 1M;. So that under the construction! j' y the ear from the day of the commencement of General Assembly! to meet the 4th Monda i'' few weeks since politely I and introi it, then U became, and I hold it was equally \
I t
labor )
manfully to acquit himself Mr. Polk which makes general election end no )longer, and the thereafter. The directions of i duced to the gaJantl. the duty of Whig and Democrat to
October' 1814, the t.me dei ,. sessions of the General : the Constitution, I public of Florida our unite ujs.
| was an example for fur all Assembly fthill be annual in this supplemcntal" on the best and
many, ; be their nated regard could not be cUlled most speedy method of determining
we hare the and ; yet under I friend of the -
Sentinel. I
monstrous the j This
fourth
on
absurdity in i the ni 3-
of n COlldence Monday it.
judgment of his construction that factions
political the are to and
what
course it makes ofthe [ determine ,
may. member Congress chosen about November in each or at such ren.l1 ; tice t has attracted the attention of
year other time he the
three I editor of not
What is the value monlJisafltr representatives of this General; good sense and virtue of the
of life i people,
owner, who of anything, to the the eijjirathn ofthe turn for which I,ICta.s as"may 3. The he prescribed by law. I expire in October, 1843, the General Assembly Assem-) !i J ,the He.mond Whig, who heartily admiring what is consistent with the true intent and

wilfully or thoughtlessly thrown t i elected! Can there be doubt Representatives shall be chosenevery lily might have been elected, :. : 'j it, has: sent it to the lady.'e m aninu of our institutions, then are we trulv
that M I con\'Pled. any4 congratulate ..
it Or who r. tear on the first in
away it Monday the month
spends in : been with the
frivolity, or> Yulee to borne friend ahicted worst despotisms.
was chosen October compcJ.'d go on the 1st ofl 'our on making favorable .
as a member of the iJ9th I t until otherwise directed Sl an imprese
barters it for trifles. by law. October a true T
And his could! Whig, hope to be
as is have sustained and
course ex en had
an Congress whose It will be th ;0 i sioii, in such
noticed a
: first that at
; !! session thee quarter so early a period of
commenced in i provisions to
example, so is his, reward an prescribe necessary lime to pass a law providing for the my party sustain itself, upon honest and vir- :
of encouragement.Lives I. 'I'j December) 1843;:) ? But if be was a member; a general: election for Senators and appointment of a feinele State i |his editorial career. I promises well for his tuom principle!
:
great men all remind On ,
We can make our lives uMime u* .ofthe. 29th!} Congress, and his term of service in Representatives OClober ill to be held on the first Monday he election of a t future General Assembly o/cer. the I j 'l ,lurt succes.I fur, Co\'eror.' I ...11- not n (-rlll''"- 'nn r.

And,depart)nc! l"-a\c- behind us! ;ii to 1,0 con&trued to IJe dt.tprl:. J._..,.t.. rrMU {\ ted by law and e\'cn'the 'oear._ ti olhPu'lM ...; ..: iOI aud pmbarras'UIPlt ,'.....;.".__ ,.r[I' From the extract which we copy below I hope you will receive my poor J sen-1
rCJOtl'rirh on the sand nt time. -- n "VIII 'U'lj. t terms of the Senators and such IU' II I timents
tuber, 18 U, then virtue of I : contrucriOI, would have been incon from t our Richmond as they are intended. i
-- by Representatives it
---- -- one election, he arc to commence: from the ceivable. cotemporary, seems Whatever have been the
IlIneu and Death of T.L. Polk. was a member (if both ths 25th of the commencement of this, t that the lady has got herself into trouble may views cf your
We find the and 29th! taJ general The committee therefore, to denirelscule about party upon the mode ol settling this question,
following: interesting details of Congress election ; but a clause in the Constitution, for t her "name !" If of which I know
be
{ the illness rhil question, report the following joint we might allowed to nothing, I have felt it roy duty .
and death of.Mr. Polk iu the a special election upon the admission, of l reso. I I
Nashville the ntion.
make to
I. FERGUSON( a state to in this brief .
The suggestion to her
you
it
term of Chairman. sentiments.
[ True Whig Tuesday, the 19th the Legislature and of the State, being the first election under the State would be to way, my
inst.: l[{ I change it. How
James I K. Polk, late President member of Congress both having been decided Constitution, and intended to be in lieu of ESOI.CTIOV respecting Ihe terms of office would Maxwell or Hilton Yours and
of this Republic t hat provided to be held of the members of the do? either is at her truly Respectftillf! ,
service.
to for the
died in run the on first present General
this prescribed time Monday
.
city, as we barely bad lime from October I Wm. \V. J. KELLY.
to in IS 13; in I October, a Icr the admission, is as l follows Assembly.He (From the llichmond ,) GOT.
announce our last" at about 5 o'clock on -the October sub.<.cqufnt to the/ : it resohcd by the Senate __ Jrig Wx. D. MOSELEY,

Friday evening last t, the 13th; instant, after:: ''firAt/ election-and the decision of both having AKTICLC XVII-Sclicdulc awl Ordinance. Representatives of the and House of, "THE Y.\OO CITY U'II.-"e have Tallahassee, Florida.
lingering; for about two : Stal of Florida { received the first No. of
w 'eks. His been And this
disease after
f inquiesccd in, the immediately official forma- General convened paper, edited as
Attorney General. That the lil
was of a chronic nature, having been troubled l !I (Branch,) having in the (ion bhall have been received that Congress of office (Assembly Representatives of the our reader have been made aware, by a lady. .(; We inquired last week ol our neighbor
with it Jess meantime given J We find in it
more or for the ,
,
an hare
the present Gen. Brown's
twcnty.scven years ; elaborate approved constitution, and provided I General Assembly and of those following paragraph touch. legal friend believe
probably aggravated I'J'tbe cholera and masterly opinion in confirma- for the Senators who 'ng i our humble
admission
epidemic of Florida, the President ofthis have been classed for the, c. : that the Legislature is
term of
which competent authority
bas been raging in ibis city for lion thcreof was it to be expected that the COI\'ention i issue writs one year, WHAT'S j.v A NAME ?1" MITCH. We
some hal of election I expire on the 1st :\ in October are for settling the of
time Monday I question the
past. He retained his ; t to the 1810 ; to the editor length of theGovernor's
consciousness, first Governor of the State, whose time, according piopcr; the different} Counties, and the term of those Senators who obliged gallant of the Richmond

we learn, up almost to the moment of bis dis. to this interpretation of the enjoining (hem to cause an election to be classed in ihe term of two have been ([Va.) Whig; to his handsome notice. Its term. He replies by saying that
solution. Constitu.
We saw him at held for years expires on only draw back is the lawyers as well 1
a Governor as doctors
period when his lion, would Representative in Congress, the t 1st Monday in October 1847. execrable name he sometimes dif
not ,
physicians considered his case very critical.- expire until October next,, and Members of the General Assembly) in ----- g i\es us.'e beg him to correct it. It is fer." True, neighbor, but on some
--
lie happened to bear that would, on the slightest intimation of each of -- --- our own fault, that the point
we were going: t to a wish of F their respective Counties. The elec Mr. Andrews error was made. This exen doctors do not
Register Land disagree for
Columbia Office. : instance
where his good eld mother I his successor to that l tion should teach us in t future we
resides, effect, last winter, turnover I (bal bp held on the first Mrnday after to write a less dis believe all
and pent': for us. Upon entering the t the of Our neighbors may bo more tingue, and more hand." of them admit the soporific
room he to him the seal of office ? Yet, because lapse sixty days, following the day of sagacious legible powers
asked us to take a seat by bis bedside ; be his sense of duty forbid facile the date of(he proclamation, and I than other men-they are certainly more in This paragraph came to us with back lines of opium and the emetic virtues of ipecac.

then proceeded in a very calm, deliberate in ibis a acquiescence shall take place on the same day the confidence of the President's freld1 than drawn round it, evidently saying Much more then, if law be a science,should
expunge
thrughoutthe
manner: to !aj' that the exhausted condition of'! new construction! of the Constitution,, t tL State. The said election shall be conducted ourselves-for we have yet to the first expunge," as plainly as if they had been there be some questions

his body was not alarming! to him ; that be a construction without the authority of the first L according to the then existing election whig say aught against the appointment of drawn f the great Missouri Roller" pies upon which its disci

felt} satisfied that his earthly career was //kst official name to support it, i is attempted to) laws l of Ihe 'Territory Florida : Provided, Mr. Andrews. He is one of our oldest citi himseJf}Whether the lady nai expunge. them.are agreed. We thought this was one

approaching an end; that be wished to send fix upon 'him tho opprobrium of however, that in case of the absence or disa zens-was for years the confidential clerk in 1 us, t r miscalng her, or whether she meant We still so think. Nevertheless, if

some word to his beloved mother, who was out his term the lengthening bility of ihe President of the CQU"cntiol, to this office, and discharged: almost the entire for us expunge our misnomer we are not our neighbor will say that he i i& acquainted

so unwell, as he understood, (hat: it beyond constitutional limit, cause the said election duties with a promptness, and fideli prepared to We hav with a "
was probable p. to be carted into effect, accuracy say. determined, however single: one (he need not mention !
the might;: not i I.e able 'to come to sec rough a selfish] love of office the Secretary of this Convention, shall discharge ty, so tar as we know, never before called in. to lake it in the more agreeable sense, name,) that makes b j
him ; he spoke: of her and other the to question. After the death of MK and therefore take p a living by his practice'who
\' members of To show the course of on this duties hereby imposed the I ; Hack ley, this opportunity to inform

his family mod affectionately ; among other subject, and the weight decsion! President ; and in case ofthe absence upon, or dis, some ofthe personal friends of Mr. A., from ;all whom it may concern (which, when a lady holds with Gen. Brown that it i i. the
messages delivered in ibeeume authority by which 1 of the his long connection and I is in the duty as well the
calm, resigned Governor ability Secretary, a committee consist. perfec acquaintancewith case, means every ) that the as province" of tl! o
tone, he requested us to tell Moseley is sustained, we make the of five the duties of the of fair ral Gen
his mother, thai, ing to wit : Leigh Read, George '1'. ofce, recommended I name our contemporary ," Assembly "to determine t Cm
should : "Prewet
they not be permitted lo meet on earth following extract from tho opinion of Mr. Ward, James D. Westcott, Jr., him to President Tylor as a suitable successor and not Rennett," as we printed it. then we will admit that mailer,'

I again, that be had an abiding hope thaI I, Attorney General Branch : Brown, and Leslie A. Thompson a rboma major!. to Mr. Hackley, but his claims were over. The Journal Its.'lfta n sheet tvtiink. .. .. n.n.U fn \ve are mistakeu, an
} make
_
through Divine mercy, they would meet here- fir t\f\\tm, ) fiic/lmrOft Inn hprpj" looked hy Ihe I9tn ft Arw/*.* ,,I if* \ roatili .r\t,_ .nnr.. I c do credit to any editor promisl nil o'dmiru- Im..,.i at ..
"The opinion; abo\'e bat dutip/ - ----- or editress. It is 'u ..
atier. exnrps. .
". the t
t thing) our
1f' : motto
phrase had" they been elected- -- --- ." I imposed on Secretary of the Convention, ofce was given to his political friend, Mr. sprightly but dignified, argment&tiva but not fov life
Earl in
irs Zits sickness October, I who bad but -
)
and the just tedious. -
the
we understand, lie Members of tho General come to coun. *
!
was used Assembly THE WHIG
connected himself with tie, Methodist Episcopal directed relatively(the referring 'to the election so elected shall assemble on the fourth Mon., t trf.Ve murmured not against the appoint We sincerely wish Mrs P. all the success COKVENTIO:IN GEORCIohs;

Church. A funeral sermon was delivered tober by Constitution the lobe held in Oc. day thereafter, at the Seat of Government i ment of Mr. II., nor do we doubt his capaci which she deserves, and that is her nominated {on. Edward Y. ibo can-
admission wishing Hi a
t by and the bis Rer. J. B. McFcrrin, of that church, confirmed succeeding by what bas transpired, since is greatly The Governor, Representative in Congress, t ty or like fidelity as an ofcer-per80naly, indeed, much. Hers is a case which must command didato tif: the party for Governor at the ensu-
remains followed the we him
-W, by to their testing place adoption and ratification of the Constitutionand and 1emlJer of the General Assembly, shall but too wel removal sympathy among the brethren of the .i il.:; election. It adopted the following .
a large wo press Resolution
concourse citizens. must the ;
repel where. It
lie was Schedule and upon duties of(heir respective offices refection EO en. every is not often that a
Ordinance.
t interred with Masonic\ : ceremonies I allude to immediately after their l tirely gratuitous on the part our neighbors has the to aim woman :
having the uniform belief and election, under courage;: so boldly the
- been a member of tlfat interpretation enter. on the of of mens llesolvfd, That this
capacity Mr.
fraternity. tamed until the Provisions of this Constitution, and thai A., whose peculiar maintaining an honorable indep ndezce Convention, referring

-- -- -- the "Schedule recently and ordinance", making Ibis clause of continue in office in the same manner, and qualifications for ibis post t are equal, if not su. she has done. as to the action preceding Co rentions of the

Fourth of July Celebration. October after the first election.refer The to the during the same period, they would have done, 2G/A pcrior inst.to an}man in the State.-Sentinel, The Tallahasso Sentinel has very hand. last Whig Senate party, and to the resolutions of the
a of
.. An oration will be delivered in the Repre. struction given; by the Legislative Council con.. had they been elected on the first Monday in some notice of this lady under the name of Geor'-1:, |in Cation to the
ol We have Proviso .
to Mrs. ,
tentative Hall on the 4th, by R. S. HAYWAKD, (be Territory)., by the act outs last session, October. compliment the fairness of our Rennet. We presume, from his falling \Vimot Whig expressing the opini'n of.

Eq. The citizens generally are invited lo the excitement of party was extinguished I The Constitution was adopted by the Convention cotemporary at the expense of his discretion. into the same error that we did, that the editor mined par.,.", has oniy to d care its de '.

unite in the celebration. by the patriotic desire to advance our o the hut January, 1830. It was He publishes what we wrote on this matter doc not exchange with! her.Ve advise him of orr j'vanvoii' to that measure, s rioZatZrC
:
._ _. young: referred to tho popular vote at the Delegate's with that before his readers to do so, a we do our brethen generaUy.We alie! compromise* ofthe Conshtl'ron,and
u ____ it mp
,
-: :1, .::- -::_- '. : ,": -_ J_. ;_ -_ .. surely was not shall send her our copy of the Sentinel._ ..ing an unjust against the.
dici'la'01
'.'- ....crvr ... people of the South
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Cat, the Seminole. connected with the Executive Department of and gentlemen composing the choir. This thorough destruction of the Pope's temporal EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Tallahajsee 1 I f| BARRELS PRIME PORK.J I 4!

the Government which not be fully ex He ,June, I\ \ H casks bacon Shoulder, 4'
may difficult! musical shall 2tth,1SH\
we show
picco sass to '
A inter from Cio s Timbrre, Aikansa composition we neveer pwer. fight 5.; bbl. St. Lout* and Western Flour,
ol tbrfollouniri"M3g plained by the public: records. heard executed: in a more splendid manner against all projects of restoration"Hungary GCNFRAL ORDER.] 5 Sacks Rio CofiVe, ,
published in the Link Hock Jianncr, Until that period, I deem it to be my duty presents no new feature, and sine 1% N election i id hereby ordered to b- held in th.rl Liquor ol"all kinds. JtM rermed and for wT bv ;

, ..9h:! uIcontainc: the { P: "Tlu to continue in the discharge of the duties ot ,I and we feel assured that but for the solemn the fall Baden into the hands of the Hungarians fut Division of the }Florid tbe Militia, on the fnttonlhy GEO. I II. BESTW1CK. "

feelings inspired by the exercises which in October nextat places appointl Tallahassee, Jane 12. 1M'.
this office.
Indians begin to assume a savage appt'aranct'alout | no event has incurred, calculated! to law tor the election of Coijntv Ofljcers. a Majoi

here all paint and tvearrealp locks; To me, individually, it would be a great had preceded it, the audience would have have a permanent influence on the result cf General to command said Df.nionto fill the raran- Notice. .
they
almost entirelynaked relief to retire from office at the earliest moment manifested their admiration in an audible the !struggle, though .the Hungarians have, ''\.'caioned by the resignation of Gen. Willianr.Dailey. : 4 LLpersonhaingdemandsaanstheesf3kOf?

wo met two the other day ; but I cannot consult tny personal in howcrer, achieved further, and in some re. ri. John BczmanUte of Hanvilton rrutify..de- .
voice. The exercises having And election i hereby crfered to be in
11 \viih the exception of a blanket: and a terests at the sacrifice of what 1 deem to be a preparatory spects, important victories. The Constitu. the second an Division*of the Florid Militia b(1 fn th.- 'reased. wilt! present' thtrn tome withu! d l- co. I

I about their loins they ended, the speaker for the occasion, Dr. J. tionalists :v authenticated, within the lime prescribed by law, .
small! piece of cloth ; public duty.It are concentrating their forces, and first Monday of October ne tat the places appoint .

, were armed with bows and arrows, rode with is much to be regretted that any differ H. YEKDIER, of Washington Lodge, arose I accounts ofa tremendous battle are every da rd by law for the election of Connty Otcer.: to a, 'jr they will be barred. JOHN: G.-SMlTIf
of should exist .the time al looked for. ) Major General to command said Di fill th *
ence opinion as to and addressed the audience. His remarks
of Jnn 1S1{!. o. riff& ttriodm'r
utJes, and in lieu of a }bridle bad a piece vacancy occasioned by the resignation i of Gen.JamesG. ex
which my term of office expires ; but I indulge chaste and He : The latest from Venice left .
were : eloquent. congratulated intelligence Cooper.
rope about the lower jaw of the horse ; they the hope thai serious inconvenience ,line Austrians command of Marshal JOnicer* commanding Brigades, Regiment,Battalions Notice to the Public. i
of this An.
the
the Brotherhood
belonged to the Wacbita tribe. About two will result from such diversity of opinion, or on return Radetski, who was to Lombard that city, then ( and Companies within the.State.are hereby rtiiired ElIZABETH LEA of Newport in the

miles beyond line river vrt met :h: celebrated from the course I have determined to pursue, nin.rsary-thc hirth. of their respective commands, and mike return* eirof Henry E. Orer!treet and Ms i wife Amelia .
either to the public or to yourself. subject prophecy ; "the voice of one cry. Il is reported that the King Sardinia hasplaced
twelve
with war.
Seminole chief, WILD CAT, according to law. Caroline Overstreef, (formerly Erenan,) both cf ,
all and in their war dress ; they 1 am, Sir, very respectfully, your, &c. ing in the wilderness," and an eminent pattern his army at the disposal: of the Hmiga- W. D. MOSELEY. whom are deceased,will! at the expiration of thirty

riors, painted W. D. AIOSELEV. of The orator then rapidl/ rians, but the report requires confirmation. tz>. All the papers in the State publish until daj d.ys after the publication of this nolire.apply by petition

had plenty of whiskey, which sold for twenty lIsony. The reports so constantly repeated that the of ttrt ion.June31,1"1.. in writing as guardian Elizabeth A. Over-
of drunk. [FOR Tnt FLORIDIAN AND JOURNAL.] sketched the condition of the world at th; war between the 26. jlrl'tar.d Cicil E. Overlreetro (the Hun. Thomas i4
and Danes
course -
cents were very and Prussians is101no
! per pint, Baltzell the Middle Circuit of Florida, M
St. John's Day in Quincy. time of the birth went with him 8 :lu' ---1 Judged
Old WILI CAT is a fine looking In ian, but Baptist's ; "PCtUIJ are renewed, but we can see CROTON BUILDINGS.'" permission to sell forty acres of land belonging to the

he has countenance that would do honor to Messrs. ldilorsWill you permit one who into the wilderness! and followed him in hie no reliable evidence of ihe fact. UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS said infantssituate in Leon County,being an undivided

\1 a participated: in .the celebration by the Masons history and blameless life from his desert Tho Danish blockade is strictly enforced. BY MACHINERY. moiety of eighty acres granted by the United I
an imp Satan. His neck, wri&ts, arms, and The new French Cabinet Statute* Amelia Caroline Brenan. (late Ov'rstreet.) Land -
Quincy on .the 2UJ instant, to give throughyour home to (he prison in which he was ruthless had been formed Octavins Brenan.as tenant in common, on the : I IJth
waist were encircled with silver plates! given by a compromise between Odillon Barrot and GEORGE J. BYRD .
interesting a brief account of the day of \u 1S3I.and which land i is described
paper less murdered II command of
:. him Washington, and engraved with his: ) a capricious Dufauvre. The only change in the Cabinetis JIAM'FACTCKKK. in the said grant, "as the west half of the northwest .
ceremonies on that occasion ? You are a. and infatuated Dufauvre of section in ;
impressingupoo thirty-two township
here is that he is : tyrant. DTocqueville and Laquinan, quarter two .
The
nun!. current report that it has long been a custom with the who take J. B. north of range one,east,in the district of lands sobcl .
would invite attention
ware the Craft and his hearers the practice ofthos arc to posts in it. Beau aud has the partictihr ot '
in with the Camanches: and appear. G to sale at Tallahassee, Florida Territoiy,con- ,
league his l
been dismissed. S friends,an l merchant visiting New York,
tic" throw wide M.
of the to Dufauvre
brethren mystic virtues which shone with such lustre in the takes the department "
laming eighty acres
favor it. A few weeks be I to {jive him call at hi- 3IHt3p'iou' Manufacture -
:mceli seem to ago of Minister i .
of
the Interior Gnardian.Bv .
their doors and step forth 'to public view, arrayed -, character of John Baptist touching slightlyyet ; M. and Warehouse! Noi. t-12 and ,HI Broadway. ELIZABETH LEA, .
Fort Smith with some of his people and ; I bTocquetille, that of her Attorney, Win. P.DUVAL.
was at Foreign ; and (Croton BuihMnsjs,) between I'cdar and Libertv
in the of their order, on each \f\r I
there bought a quantity of gunpowder and trappings happily upon the history Masonry ; urging -i Laiuinan} that on Commerce. surprise streets,where ther< wil alwavs. be found! the most June Oth, IS-I!. 23.

whiskey: with these he returned, and is now annual return of the birth. :1)' of the patron upon the Brethren the great importance I was excited by dismission of Marshal! extensive asortmentUmbrellas ( Dr. C. H. BUNTING, ,

what his saint of Masonry, JOH.V Tin: H.U'TIlT-the of a rigid adherence to the ancient land : Ueaugaud from the list of new Cabinet. Paris Parasols, ParasnJells,Sun Shmles. j'.
LiB the Grand Prairies DENTIST
on way-to ; forerunner of the World's Redeemer. For marks and careful and vigilant o\'er'' papers generally express their disapproval 'I .,nf hk own cflCor..ttd mannfactfire, for sale in any SURGEON ,
real ititet2tiou6 are if not known, but I think a guard of the compiomise, and predict its failure. ipiantify, at really lednred price*. QUINCY FLA. "
centuries has this been the custom of all good ,
the Masonic thrcshhold ; and after an urgent, Red G. J. B. pled p'i himself that Umbrella and Pari
that ho intends uotLing good. One thing h Republicans are particularly! violent in
"ol from the Croton shall be A
and true Masons, as the records of the oider Manufactory" REF-CE
the
to audience in I
appeal
eloquent generally the :
certain, as all the reports confirm, that the denouncing new :Ministry. NI. 1 in pverv rc-pecf.
show. In some countries, it is 'true, owing behalf an institution designed only for the The crops in England and France are represented New York, June, 1 J'I IK DR. J. L. SHIELDS, GEN. C. H. DcPONT, I li
Camanches and other tribes are on the ofTen.
W. WM. T. STOCKTON.
Ithe DR. J. M. DAVIDSON. f
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ignorance and prejudice of the governing good of all, and upheld and favored I by Omnipotence as growing finely* I .
sivel"KENTUCKY.: Affairs the UNITED STATES Q3 Dr. B. will be in Tallahassee the first neck in
powers, those ceremonies peculiar to such an itself the speaker closed his address on Continent had undergone no Julv. B

important change: though current events had Wholesale] Clothing Warehouse.
forbidden but wherever Christianity June 2,191-J.
.-The the Yeoman Lays :- occasion are amid the mo't profound admiration. Another been neither few
nor iriflin". ; .
We Iftarn from a Whir thai it is the iutcn- has shed her pure light, and man is hymn followed, a benediction was pronounced, In the British Parliament o, Mr. Gladstone LEWIS &HANFORD, IC ICE : 1rl I f

tion of many members of that party, after the undistuibed. in the enjoyment of such religious and the procession again formed, preceded by gave notice that on the fourteenth he would \O .252,2: ,a3CA253I'firi Street A REGULAR supply of .Ihis desirable article will I ;.
I
election to pet up petitions all over the State views as may be consistent with enlightened such mothers, widows, wives, and unmarried bring forwaJd a motion respecting late events (Between 'ulton-t. and,Burling Slip.) i I of next be kept week.at the Tlio Rail e Road wishing Depot the in article the course,ll ,. 91 t n"I

requesting Messrs. Clay and Underwood to i Il; conscience, the Craft are wont toI daughters Master Masons as were present, in Canada. Lord Rllsel gave a pledge .that i NEW YORK, please procure their Ticket at Ihe Drt; Store of E. t'J

I in ihe meantime nothing should be done to HAVE OX HAND H.RGETT ASSORTMENT BARNARD, JR. Ice will be delivered at the RailRoad i r
and in of the uninitiated TiE
resign their scats in the United States Sen. assemble, presence: and returned to the Lodge-the ladies entering .
I prejudice the present position of the Rebellion CLOThING Depot until T o'clock, and in noeatetcillitbe j '

ate, if, as they believe, the vote of the people i engage in euch exercises as may be fit and along with the Craft. I was a beautifi.1: losses Bill. I.\ THE delivered without Ticket*-nerot n* wishing the ar- I !

goes itronply I against: emancipation. The I proper, and within the land.mm of Ancient sight-those: fair beings within the walls of The conduct of the American Governmentin UNITED/j all STATES.Adapted Muriels.. i tide will at please the Depot take notice is 3 cent of this.per lb.The Tickets price delivered for-j F .

people of Kentucky! will never be !satisfied. I Free Masonry. The occasion is always one our sacred Temple, seldom favored with sucha reference. In the expedition of search. for ----- 5" Ibs. will be i issued.A 'oJ 1ft
Sir John Franklin, the has sma.l 1 supply cf Ice will be at Barnard's, ] t
be represented in the Senate of the United I ofdeep interest! 'to the fn'.ernity. Coming together presence. We fell that our Order had done been alluded to in'Parliament missing Navigator in flattering In th\article! of where a'Ticket for 5 lb,. will procure 4 Ibs. Ice. f

States by two Southern men with JVon'Acm- as is generally the case, from clifl! much for Woman ; and as tve looked upon terms. very SIIJI1TS .Ar.D nU1 U9EUS. Those wanting Ice in large; uintily.; : for parties, ] .
We keep an endless variety. &.C., will please send their orders to Mr. Nash at
principles." _ ent sections, am! owing ohicdiencetodiflrert tho-c fragile ones who had laid aside the timidity American Stocks are said to continue in ALSO TIE MOST EXTFZVMVF ilAMFACTCIIE9 OF the D..pot.IWO nrthr,daji Lcforeitw.lt; be cat ; I'I

-- Lodges, though perhaps aJ! subordinate to the natural 'lo their sex, and confidingly good demand, 1011 in London and on the Continent OIL CLOTHING led for,so that it tinny be at band i> pos !h>Ie.Thr .
MISSOURI. The the. State
1\Jr.roolit3n, but principal Depot is a1.VrwporIvhere it can j I
Grand rower the Craft meet one no (quotations are The
same upon entered that awful where the
place IJstCril'SCfthe
published at Jefferson : "The : London giH'n. AND be cbTr.ined in any qnantity, by applying to 5Ir.DANICI. .
paper, says remark that tire
or
COVER C 1> HATSIn t
level in common work.Fratemal papt'T LADJ .
common one !
engage Craft divulged to such
are as arc worthy
unanimity which we have found to exist among I Pnissia is in the nlont'marlct for a lone of the World. Tallahassee, Jane Q, I SID. 22 .

the Democrats with! whom have regard and courtesy are interchan. to receive them, we felt th'J" ere our 30,000,000 of rIM s.0 Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of all kind3. "
we and and all I Catalogues of' stock sent by mailOrdec,promptly Administrator's Sale.WILLbeso'd .
ged, peace harmony prevail, go siaTEKs, and our love for Woman grew st ron. ,
the of Col. Den.ton's filled.
conversed since publication Ttlegrcpf.ed to the Charletton .1tTtTY. June 23. LI\\S Hr\rFOrW. af public ale' before the Court

appeal], is truly gratifying, although it is away satisfied. Such assemblages ulw.tys: ger, brighter, purer, holier. .At the appoint. BALTIMORE, June -3, New York .Voq.June 2:2.2-;$:.: St. cr in the city cf Tallahase, on I
,
l IS t
tend to draw closer the cords of Brother I}' ed signal, the fair guests were conducted to 18.H.In Monday, id day ol July next two NEGRO SLAVES
neither more nor less than what we expected. New York. yesterday/thirty-eight( cases the ol the late W. W.
to estate TaiLor
We have not heardone: member of the Democratic j Love and esteem, and enlarge the benevolentj I Ii i truly sumptuous feast, prepared for the oc.casku I of Cholera and 'htecl deaths were reported.t Cour of Probate--Leon County. deceased btlonemg, consisting of a valuable boy, aged about

himself! % with j I sympathies of(he Masonic heart', and make it : and we have reason to know Cotton is firm at fully \c. -advance since matter of the: (,tatE? .AT CHAMBERS, vi.2: and a nonian,aged about 5o./ Terms, Cash. I
party expats a p'eased c'-eT' I.t t Lester Crook deceased > April 1 11, tSI9.ON RICHARD IHYWABD, ;
j throb with a stronger affection for our beloved substantial justice was done by the whole the arrival of the steamer. Fair Orleans
the appeal Most of them condemn it, out and tbt the petition of William Bailey, security. June 2. H149. 22-ow Administrator.
institution. And not unfrcqucntly is il. company to the many good things provided and Mobile are qJti at ?J a 9 cents ; Upland jiravin that LukMnrre, adnnnist'ra'orot said II

out and denounce its author as an apostate the case that the ungenerous prejudices felt Brother ATWATKU. The table I) &i: ; S.}. The sales t for the e,lale rmj be required to cive new :cturit in lien I WARM SPRINGS, .

from the faith, fur whom there remains no a. literally I week have reached 7t 0J() bales. of petitioner: or in licuulf therer.t that said Moore be I MERIUWETHER COUXTYGEORGI.I I I

by many good men agiinst our society-prejudices : groaned beneath its weight luxuries.: Then I There were thirty-four interments of Cholera rCmnHc from said administration,! it appearing; lo
tenement. I Luke I i_ THE I Undersigned takes this methrd ot j
: of this Court that said Moore,
which would vanish the ,atj.ctiol I
too, as morn. ,I followed partingii: and separations-and there I at Cincinnati: yesterday.! ttt admiuitratoraforeaid ot the cf Lester Crook, I M informing the pablacthatthe Hotel,at tru j jell

nI\"I"AL.-Tht" Mobile/IYibune of Tuesday I ing cloud or the early dew by a practical acquaintance were A fire l/rl.p out this morning in Upler'salley I r sile.beyond the limits of ettl State of Forida. or \\ known Watering place, will be ready <

: *. Tbe protracted meeting of the with the cherished of near Charles-Mreet, which destroyedMr. I in the Eastern Cucttit cf Florida, or \ tot recoption of visitor'on t/efirstdarjnfJui. \p.,
says mysteries t .Gathering terl ahd wrincinc; of di;frf,K, nest. The whole establishment has been thoroosh- j ,
that notice ot.said. it"HMV cannot be served
Franklin tlrccl Methodist I Church, which has the order-are forced to give way before the And cheeks:all pale, which but an hour azo, Stowe's steam sail mill, NnJe'scabinetshop : i n\Htn sef.f : It w thutfore pet Ordered, That the said I! ly renovated and additional accommodations proviI i- .
Elushed with the t raise cf their own lo\eliiit't,' and) injured i the den health
{> twton's chair-factory tor in earrh ol and peanre.!
had no intermission for the past six weeks, ceremonies of the day, and the calm, straightforward I I.lkE foe, sdministtator a* aforesaid, do appear I company
Session Room of the Rev. Mr. A line of four-horse Pos! Coaches will run from
And thus rnded "St. John's Day in Qtiin- : l.mrer's 1 and an-wersaid petition \\tthinfour months Tom the I
will be continued indefinitely ut the St. !Fran- -als of those who \ Bellvieu to Greenville, via. the Sprinc, connecting |
app are selected to church. The loss is estimated at : date of !the first publication of this order, or the said I
It was one of the gala days of Masonry, 8:0.OUO. the two main lines o* travel Letneen I lontgnme,
cis street Church. Thus far the labors of the for their brethren. cy. Robert} Wicldifle 1 ChH pet itit inn may be taken tor confessed,and t thf'prayer I
speak Masonry.thriiiks I j jr.Jate : \1r.irf? i
'fl and the Atlantic, at those two point", ard affording
and we hope is the beginning more thereat granted : Provided, That a copy ot! this order
ministers have: been attended with the most not from the severest scrutiny. In almost every prosperous to Sardinia, left Lexington on Monday ni. ht he published once a week 'for four month in every facility to passengers to reach tbe Springs j
times for our cheri Led Order, already to fi ht 1 with a son Judge l Robertson.The from every direction.
the of Tallahassee.
happy results. More than one hundred and of the world, the greatest: and best of ; I rut some newspaper published in City
I age rapidly extending and enlarging its borders. result is as yet unknown.! JAMES r:. BROOME, Experienced Assistants have been providedin
eighty J persons Lave been converted, one hui.cicil I men, as our Masonic records indubitably} April M!, 149. I't Judze of Probates. the various departments of the Hotel.
In conclusion the writer of this I The Warm situated cf the
]
imperfect, Springs are on a slur
end of whom have attached NEW YOUR June 21 l- P. M.
mty-two prove, have been promoters of the art, and active and he fears tedious sketch, .lenders in the : Notice. Pine Mountain.' 35 miles corth-east from the city ot

4 themselves to the MethoJisl churches cf this laborers in the ranks of the fratertiilv. Colon.-nl\-l'T entered the rmrket freely, i Columbus. Tne Fountain gushes forth 1400 callous -
behalf of the visiting Brethren of Jackson and and sales of three thousand bales LUKE MOORE, Administrator of Lester Crook, of water of W> degrees temperature minuteOf i
citv. which adorn the yesterday neither of the State of Florida! I'
The brightest names history ''d. M out the efficacy of these waters,in the cure of many ] :
Cc-ntreville Lodges, their .thanks to the accomplished I were made at an advance of one quarter of a nor concealed but any correspondence!hed with diseases, the tullexl proof can be fttrni>T.rd "'
Cifirrna of the l) a!!, of Cassia's M. of the old world, are found safely deposited in Master, Wardens and Brethren of I cent on Upland) him will meet with immediate attention by directing I JOHN L. MUSTIAN. ( .

Clay-It 'fems that Ca!-sius M. Clay had the archives of l:1sonr). Fiom the sceptred for the i The cholera is on .the increase in Phila- to him at Jacksonville. Fla.,where he isat present June 2. IS-ID. 224wSheriff's 14'
Washington Lodge Masonic
I hearty engaged in adj'istinz the accounts of the estate
ruler of all ranks! from the while it is in New York.
been invited to address an emancipation meeting :. millions-through \ebm c which I hey received, and tile courtesy adelphia, stationary of Letter Crook, deceased, for a final settlement of' Sale. ;
in the Church of God downto The thermometer at noon at Baltimore the same. LUKE MOORE
in Madison County, Ivy. After he had highest dignitary and fraternal attention shown them virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias i issued from I
during stood at 9 degrees-at 97-and June 3f), 1 iS-tO. 25 BY
the more humble, upright honest arti- ; Philadelphia Clerl.'s Oce of the Circuit Court for the | t
commenced I'pea1dngIr.. Turner being pres. their short stay in our sister ,'iage. D. at New York 99.X County' of Jackson. Western Circnif of Florida, andto j

ent, took exceptions to some portion of his re. zan-,has Masonry been honored by imitation ----- THE GALPIN HOUSE. me directed wherein Daniel Cook i 13 plaintiff, j '.

marks, and called kim a. liar before the whole into its sacred mysteries, and participation From the Charleston Courier,June 2ltt. n.ILnxrTo N. C., JUNE 21.-Turnte.YeJdw X E W X A NS V ILL E FLORIDA. and Reuben Scott i is defendant, I have levied upon I
I $1 15 1 of 320 and will offer for sale, before The Court-Hcusedoor,
Dip. per THE public are informed tha' the GAL- I,
audience, from hich insult arose the diilicul. in its delightful work. In our own high- Political Intelligence by the Steam Ship pound; Dip, new S-law 70 ; Hard, Ill1; PIN HOU E"* is now opened for 'the reception in the town of Quincy.cn the first Monday in JuN, i
1-.favored !land America. 19-1\\>, within legal hours, the following! described j
ty resulting! EO fatally to both.fiom -among our own God-pre- i 31 1;; '1'ar,81 2b ; Pitch, 81 00. -. -of Boarders and Travellers, and they may propertyto wit : JfiJ
*' rest assured, therewill be no pains.spared in making
--- ------ served nation -has she had her votaries. Yesterday, we received, as we might judge i
Nr.wnERX, June 19.-Tlrenline.-Or! them comfortable as far as in the power of the Pro- The f following Negro Slaves: Jeff, Dick, Fields
the 'cntize1June 25. lie who first in first i in and from the length of our dispatches, and more I and Sper.cer.
was war, peace, Dip,8t6iaiI t I 70 ; 8' 40aS2 30. prietor to do so. His; stables are new and in first
Executive Correspondence especially from the ominous figures at the j trgl rate order, and a first rate ostler always in atten- Levied upon as the property of said (defendant .
first in the hearts of his 10 15c.Itecotnmendations .
Tar SI a 81
couzitrymen"ourown 1 and to be sold! to satisfy( sid writ of Fieri Facias.B. .
foot; the substance of all th dance.N
contained I
As xvc are frequently asked the question, beloved! \rASIUXGTOX-Was lover ofour news C. WES F. Sheriff.
a -- -- --- I B. Private apartment. alwavsfiirnihrd for la- i
in the Knglish:j journals-while! in truth the i -
when Gor. BI.owwiU take the oath : dies. GEO.:GALPiN, By R. F. JONES. '
prescribed 'int'prd.-1 of most Pro- I
order and distinguufird
laborer
in ,
a our whole mal.of information! was hardly worth I. tt Newnansville.June 23, 15-10.-2 June 2, 1S49. -.1'
the Constitution and the nnd I'fiytician, a.s to the value of Proprietor. I
by enter festers -
upon I Piitst and layman-Senators grave and reverend as much as a few lines contained in a private

discharge of his official duties we are happy -merchant and) clerk, high and low, ci!patcli, which gics seme information of the : Dr. Corbetl'fe MiaZtcr Srui of S;u- Notice. THE WAKULL.HOTEL,

to answer the interrogatory by giving publicity I Cotton market, 'to which no allusion is made gnpnrilla.05HIGHLY I \J ILL be sold in the town Quincy, on the first AT NEWPORT SPRINGS, FLA.
rich and
t poor-native born and of foreign in our dipalc'; CONCENTRATED.CCThisSvrup \'t Monday in July next the '.)lIowin described t THIS HOTEL has been completed and .

to the following correspondence bet..veenCoy. birth-all have united with us, and shared in The communication states that it competed the most active and ac- propt'rt ',bdol1gin; to the estteot{ Joseph. H. b'calt-s, liii; ; presents" to the public a desirable

Unowx and Gov. MOSELCV on the sub naUed pritale crcdittd ingredient* of !,c Vegetable kingdom, a* deceas: I Si place! of resort for the approaching season.It .
our privileges. 73,000 bales Cotton were sold during( .the recognised by the ablest Dispensatories ol the day. 1 Ca-e Dental Instruments I Grindstone and materials i is not deemed necessary lo speak of the advantage

ject : These facts, kiioxvn unto all who are wil. week-12,1)00! () .bales: last day It."further" advance Their virtue are extracted when the vegetableplants 1 Watch, 7 pieces jewelry piece Mu-qui- derived from the waters and bathing by those who

Tallahassee.: June 19lh, 1849. which it is supposed should read "far arc aflorded in their most vigorous condition to Neitms 1 Cloth Cloak 500 Pivot Tt'eh.If.air have fluent d the Spl ins. The virtues of the .
ling to know .them, should dissipate every ves- Cloth CoatI Linn Coat, 1 Drawers well known and adulation.
To his Excellency. D. MoscLcr advance.We t these ate then bionsjht to the hisht-st decree of concentration Pants, 1 pair water are require no
tige of f prejudice in any reasonable mind against tlin : by chercural processes, approved bv the pair Boots I Hat,,Shaving} Apparatu,2 bottles Claret In addition to the former attractions.an fcellonsevillbewell .
(;o'erncr of Florida, <-c. proceed to furnish our readers with the ablest Physicians: and Chemists in the country Wine, 2 6 Plate Teeth. Shirt 1 pair Linen \ filled with thu desirable article, and a.Mint

Sir-As some diversity of opinions have us. And such, we are persuaded, was i substance of our voluminous ditpatcheg, much Th'Hin their introduction into the stomach,scaring Pants, 2 Linen Coats. 2 Vests, 2 Cravats 2 pair Garden near by. New Stables are being e- I '

been entertained in regard to the time when the result of the recent celebration J by .the of which will be of rather an uninteresting its delicate ant! sensitive arrangement 'front all those Socks, 1 Hat. 4 dm. Tooth Ponder 1 Folio, and 1 rected.: and visitors will receive every attention Calculated
results to from the IJu-rsv and Harness.yennn In make their stay at the Spnns pleasant.
your term of office would terminate, and as I Brethren of Washington Lodge in Quincy.By character. injurious of superabundant: sure liq-iid.proceed itrduction o' Sitle.-All bums under five dollars! Newport Way 19, ISJ'J. CO-3m .. .

there was no way by which this question invitation, the Brethren Jackson Lodge Lord Clarendon has officially annnounccd The celebrated Dr. Thatcher of Plymouth Ma-s., Cash,and all sums of five dollarand oVer, payableon '

could be brought before the Supreme Judiciary that the sentence of death pronounced on the publisher et Thatcher's Dispen. "atorysajs, .In introducing the fir-.f day ot January next,with bond! and approved GEO. H. BESTWICE? "
of that and Xo. J, and of Centrcville Lodge No. 18, were I Irish State has been into the seek security. B. C. WEKT i.
the State: so a speedy a valiJ prioners, commuted to rpedicines stomach concentration Wholesale & Retail Grocery & Fromiaa Desltr,
decision could be had in time to settle the present, and united in .the exercises. At an transportation for life. In the Western I'ro. and avoid dilution; one may en!ur? cure- Sheriff and ex officio Adar. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.
Thi S i is Quincy,June 23,1S-JS. 2}
difficulty, I addressed a note to the Attorney early hour on! Saturday morning, the Ircth-! ] vinccsof I Ireland! the condition ofthe people the btrictly othtr trill on produce this principle.t i Reference, >rep to prepared such- T7TEF3 constantly on hand and for sale at the "

General, as the highest law officer of the I ren assembled in the Lodge room, honored is said to be most deplorable-society is utter names as For Sale. J\_ lowest cash price, for cashall the articles in {

State, and asked his opinion on this questionof of ly disorganized. I:. R Peaslec, M D, Prof. Hrnnswick College,Me.Dm 1.lbrar.col.Isistinlt ol upwards of t this 1 line ef business. Flour.*of best qualities Sugar,
the of the Grand Master the Fl.ET.aw
constitutional law, which he has given at I by presence The Frankfort Parliament has determined Crosbv, M I D.lrof. Dartmouth CVlIeze. Me. A One Thousand Volumes selected bv an able Cutfec, Tea-, Bacon HamsSoap.Candles.Nats
State Gov. THOMAS UROWN and alter the ., M Materia Medica, N. H.P. sins Lard, Whiskey and all other articles usually
I E.: PhHp
,
length and which, Living been published in I ; to exercise its influence to form a Republic af. : Lawyer, with great care and expense. The hooks All
Clejvehnd, M D, Proto Chemistry, &c.,Me.. found in similar establishments. persons want-
the newspapers, 1 presume you have: seen.I I I usual ceremonies, the Craft formed in procession ter the French model, to In composed of Ba. will be a stifll.'ient guaranty of the ,virtues of this are all in excellent condition. A printed catalogue in? to purchase any of the above article*;are reS-

now respectfully ask you to inform me I I in large number, and marched througheveru1 den, Wirtemburg, Bavaria:
when consider term of office will I : i. Lcssapie has returned to France, having In di" ases of the Blood Liver Complaint. Consumption '. elsewhere.Store
you your slicets to the :Methodist Church! tc., it flandd pre-eminently unrivalled. C. V. DOWNING, Tallahassee. formerly) occupied by L. i H. Greenberg
expire, and at what time you propose to turn where found Hence of ladies failed in conine the Romans into submis.iol, June ifi, 1q19. 21 [Sentinel.] & Co,'omf'r ol Monroe ami JeSerson ttlrt' t5. .
over to me the Seal of State, that I may act was a large all and been sent to Gen. Oudinot, EDWARD: [) BRINLEY & CO-, Sate Agents, May 12, lS4t. 1?. :! .

accordingly, and be in readiness to enter up. and gentlemen awaiting them. At the sound to capture the Holy City, let the consequence Nos. 3 and -1-South side Fanuil Hall.I'oMon.LEWIS Dissolution. '

on the discharge of my duties as your sue of the gavel: th-s Brethren took their eeatnf be what they may. The Romans are deter & AMES, rpHE; firm of COLE Jk. PARSONS at Cedar Keys Just Received .

elected and mined to resist the threatened attack to the Sole Agents for 1a11aIa.ee.. .I.. i i. this day di!s-,lved by mutual conser.l.and SCHR. TALLAHASSEE, a lar,and frwfc [ ;, 4
cessor duly qualified as requiredby cxetclies: commenced the PER
when the were by ------------- -------- ----- ----- Thomas It. P1rsolls. who continues the business, isauthoiized
--- --- ------ !! ol I susi-ir-cured Ham-, plain flam Rife,I 101
the Constitution.I death. They hav eighty thousand men in PROCLAMATION BY GOVERNOR. to collect t the debts and make settlements. .
choir singing Walls' grand hymn, (the entire TiE Ffo"rJa..onSid.L3rd. &t' All of which'ill be j
am, Sir, very respectfully, the field, and tine Roman leaders declare that Cedar Krjs June 1.11.11. sold at the ten. lovest rates for cash t only. MM
Your most ob'i, &r. congregation standing) thevil1 blow up St. Peters amid all the church I A. H. COLE GEO. 11. RF.sT\-aICK. !

41 IMore Jehovah's awful throne, -June 16, IS-IS. 2-3w NO.' PARSONS. Corner of Monroe and Jeflerson :
THO.: miOWN. edifices, if they should not be able to keep the streets. 4
-
Ye flat ion. b4'J. 19: !f. :f
Know that the Lord i* Gcd alone ? 0\

EXECUTIVE OFFICE, > lie can create and he destroy.Hi Tho Plenipotentiaries of Prussia, Hanover I I BARRELSjust received per Schr.Tallahassee. Great Bargains-Real Estate.I .
Tallahassee June 1 19th 1849. J and Saxony, have promu'gatcd a new constitution 15 GEO. II.MEGINMSS.
'sovereign j ower. without our aid, Election of State Senators. WILL sell my pbntation, tHO acresone mile !
lion Governor elect Made of clay and) form'd us mm : for Germany, in which the June 9th,IS JO. 23-2w N.'rth1 l
THOMAS TalUhassee.
13uo\v.v, Jfc. \I principle occurred in the oSce of finely watered, mere than i
VACANCY having
Dear And whenlike uand'ting d'N'I'e felraj'd, is in In pres. A. one half standing in timber,rich hamm-ck.af ((.
Sir-I have: just received your communication He brought to his told again. ofunivcnallufatc rfed. State Senator in the eighth Senatorial District, Tin Manufactory. $6.
of this date in which desireto UI ent, as rmer attempts a Union of the death of lion. James II. T. Lorimtr at.d in per at"llto, my house and Into t in Tallahassee, !
you We'll crowd thy gate with thankful songs, the German States, tho King of Prussia is by the thirteenth Senatorial district by the resignation HAVING engaged additional workmen, we are for $ ;)(. Ttrmt-One third Caihthe balance in '.. .
be informed when I consider tny term of High! as the heavens our toicea raise ; to fill all orders in our line in a two equal annual inatalloients.) firm, 1st Janm.ISM. [11f
the
in
of Ion. J. 1'. Sanderson, aho, filteenthSenatorial
made he head. Austria has been "
(
office wilt expire, and at what time I propose And earthwith lierten thousand tongues, prominent district h the resignation nl Hen. Louis prompt, and satisfactory manner. All orders from JOHN P. DcVAL. .

to turn over to you the Seal of State, that you Shall fill thy courts with sounding praise. excluded from the proposed arrangement, but Aldrich : It it hertby} Ordered, That an election beheld the country ill receive immediate attention. A BeIAirMayDlS4ti. IS
Wide the world 'thy command all the other States are invited to enter into liberal discount given to merchants and dealers.T. t t
if first
may enter upon your duties as my successor.In a ; in sait districts on Monday,the day of October WHITE& CO. .
Vast as thy love ; the It is considered doubtful to fill said vacancies. .
eteimty arrangement. Blacksmithing10OD.
Lave I (
I to that concur
reply 23 M
briefly June 9, 18.19.
say, ,
Finn asa rock 'thy truth must stand, whether this plan will succeed. Given under mv hand and the seal of
in the opinion on this subject which prevailed When rolling ) shall cease to move." the State of Florida, at the CapitolSEAL OOD. substantial, and cheap Bhckiiuithin ; -
in the General the time years The Paris journals furnish intelligence from Fresh Groceries. alt kind done! at the Shop near my -tatbC.::dB 1 .
thU2Gih
at TalUhas
Assembly in the of ,
.
of the [ ] City
At the conclusion hymn, an impres.sive last Sillier & L'rcksw.
the second instant. Hostilities had cupied by .
of my qualification, and do therefore consider Rome to day of June, A. D. I34yand 73d TUST receiving 'from New York and New Orleans, j ear "
Sib. 3 A. A. flTT'.I.S. ..
January 20, 1
thai my term of office will expire on the first prayer was made by the Chaplain. of not yet commenced. Gen. Oudinot had demanded year American Independence.V. ; *J a full and choice assortment of Groceries con- _

Her. JAMES HARBIS after an armiiti'ce. The Pope still I \ D. MOSELEY. lIistin;m part of Bacon Hams,Side and Shoulder?,
Monday in October next and thai I Washington Lodge, persists S. Knight ,
at time, in demanding an unqualified renewal of Attest : A. E. MAXWELL,Sec. State. Mackeral No. 1 and 2, Candles,Soap,Flour,Coffee,
shall lake great pleasure in transferring to which, s- The Florida Sentinel), Florida Repub'ican, Lard,Tobacco, Teas, Almonds, Candies, Ne* Orleans WILL continue business at his okl you, as my successor, the Seal of the State, u Hail Mysterious,glorious Science, his power as temporal Ruler, and the Tium.1 Jacksonville News, Ocala Argus, publish to day of SujMr 3iC.-which I offer low for cash. f hopei wait sun such ol his t'nend.as have i

and all paper, &.C. relating to this office; Which to (h tscord bids defiance. virate, hacked by the people, declare that they I election, and forward accounts to office of( Stcrereta- Store removed next door to John W. Argyle'a, heretofore extended SI) liberal a patronage, prorate j
I. will accede to the demand tbo'Pope. JOHJf ilcDOUGALL.- ing that all shall have good articles at lair price*.
and at the same lane and at all other Harmony alone reigns here! &.C., never ry of' State. '.
times
June I April 25,!18-19. 11r I
will give you full information of all mailers. was sung in admirable harmony by the ladies'. luzeni'a determination is accomplish the I Juuo,3.1S40. .2C. 9,134925



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LEGAL NOTICES. Just Received, Sale of Florida Lands, I -__ ESTATE_ __NOTICES.! _"___ A VALUABLE DISCOVERY.
C.\ 1'10. i\TltA. _
_. --- ------.-. -- --.------ -- -- LEWIS &. AMES Drusr. Store, a fresh supply and Lots and M7iarrctin city of:1 pdaclikola. : Notice. DR. TAHVIITS LADIES' RELIEF Fills
.
A .
by tt.e c.n..f fl. IFF !* sip nfrd with a t''Ii AT
In and Valuable Medicines-; whichare will offer for
Chancery. \ among Lad
%*. nf !>>. ..H>#i.l'$. !' T_...d. .".11! Uv* hit name tn pal the TilEJ'alachicola Company the of Months after date I shall apply to the lion. an effectual 1 remedy i for tbfol'vir$ :
fwlbwing : in City SIX ralnlllt
.p t nn pM-ilI .bM-h tb1 mil II,.T<>''B> nd'. Pir ap ri'.la, MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLOlllA.-Ii GADS- Exchange of' Probate in and for the Couuly of Leon, ARE female
distressing .
complaints,
se
DEN CIRCUIT COURT. DR.SPE.CER'ST.GETA LE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE New Yorkon Wt'dnetday' 11th day ot July next, Amet.-
i end
"n""ntr I n(1.1.( iul.It This Tn.B' utxitinrior. BITTERS, 12 o'clock and on the following dabs, about 1000( for my discharge from the admini-traforship upf'lnIhe o x rhiea, or obstructed menat''ruahon, r"ln.tl.. ,II"<].,.
and ,wrr a.; fiintiprly morKeron nil The Branch of the Bank of the at |
b ) goods chattels, and estate of Thomas Knight, and imperfect
or painful menstruation. ,
maili.etBKli. *BI! the like. Vet t'.r..nn.. Ihe tilleofOr" f." Sia4e of Alabama, Compl't., Designed for, and will cia e. Dyspep.ia. Liver Com- lots in (the City Apalachicola.as described on the deceased. ROBERT BUTLER Adm'r. alt ff'd

the f>nrp.x* of frnminf.,ili C<"hal he .n and then
Siscases from a disordered stomach Impure and! River and the moM desirable for residencesas lime entirely upprr*t-d. Chlor M.
lion the pnblw nat 1 It d h't.and ptirrhke mm bin the Benjamin C.We nr.\.cl..F ORIIIX.IL (".n 1w. Jab Tow n., '. *= r. den County and tf-offieio admr. Bill to foreclose state of blood. well as purposes of' business.Also M 'htr
and eases the turn of life-Suppression !
o the
the Ui4 \'\? DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, the Wharves and Wharf-rights belonging toIhe lot h,.
'm I \ likrorn. hii fat illy coel the Est'ate? of Jaiuts J Innerar- %JOrlbage.II .
,'IU.I.III v on effectual and in of the months after date I shall apply to the Hon during confinement, Spitting ci blod., cr bleeding >f
krir.ald hI.l!niure Ir, the r 'P.t,4 Ie)1"-"* n.Vr JVi ,. William, l P Inncrarily. Santiago before the public for the eradication of Wasuv in .ilto, the unsold Lots or Tracts of Land on St. Judge of Probates for the County of GauV I he gums, Convulsionsor Epileptic fits. Lr wn*....(
,
UJ < Inncrarilr Lewis W.:Minor and Children or Adults. George's Sound, or Bay adjoining the city described den for letters'Of dismission as Executor: on the estate spinls.' Debility Nervousness, CCJItnen.u. Barrenness

Heloise Minor, Defendant"' J HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES or. a map of survey of 15S lots made by R. K. Ker. of Samuel Strickland,decM(. late of Maid county. -and many ether diseases that arc jr., te.

-',-- -. Will PREVENT: Consumption, and CCRE all cases of These lots vary in size from 3 to 40 acres each andre 11. II. STRICKLAND, Executor. ious to mention that are generally caused bv A c.b.struct .
TT BEING MADE TO APPEAR by affidavit filed Pains in the Side sites cultivation. ion or want of tone in the female .
1 Colds, AsthmaSpittintot Blood a yen desirable building or January 27, 1S1) 4 gtrmtai or.gan
John resides beyond
thicausethat
in Inntraiity Shortness of Breath and all other Pulmonary Com- .//* /: the unsold Lots at'Port land Bluff, on the *.
the limits of the State' of Florida to wit in the
I ,
p r Uint a. Apalachicola River about 3 miles from .the City, .s Notice.SIX They promote all the secretion and excretion* in

?1" State Alabama ; that William P. Inneranty rei4is -,LIIO- described a or made b R. B. Ker, the female organism; they effectually remove all
pap survey >
months after date I shall
the
apply t9 lIon.
nut! of the Middle' Circuit cf Florida to wit in
.r DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS each lot being 75O feet in length and 250 feet in obstruction 1 from the I female con..11.ul inn,unlhito! complicated -
of Probate ( the of Jefferson
he City of' Pen -coli, in the State of Florida ; that e fir County for
;: Santiago Innerarity re!iJes. be\ond Ihe :limits. .the Well) known a* a Safe. Ceitain, and! Effectual Cure width. They are eligible for wood-yards, ship-yareb, letters of dismission as Executor of William H.Mathers with some other diseaseand then treatlj
; and Chills and! relieves it. Gradually introduced into the
for Fever Ague, ; fe'.E'r.lntermillpnt aw.flhllS&C. svsttci
s ,
State ot l Florida to it. in the Nland of Cuba that late of said county, deceased.
'C.i'.* A v\ ; in the
and allother Fevers. Price reduced to Strtnty-Jire Also, St. Vincent's .land, lying opposite the SOLOMON E. IATIIEnS.J they restore a healthy action uterus and its
,:, Lewis W. Minor and Heloise Minor, reside beyond
/k The and
J. Cents per Box. mouth of the Apalachicola, containing an area fferson County 10 l41. 6 Cm appendages. great advantage superiority of
February
the limits ol the State of Florida, toit, in the State ,
.I' :) t"" the The atoe Medicines, f''jih :and genuine, are for of 11,"91 acre1*, (excepting 10 acres sold,) having a the Ladies' Relief Pills over all other medicines is,

'. 'f' 1 of Vitpnia : ;/ i* thrrrfotc Ordtrcd and That the bill s oleby LEWI k AMES I hrilty growth ol! Live Oak and other Iru's. and Notice. that while they eradicate disease,they ins ierae: the
oaid naraod defendants do answer
ii appeal Tallahassee, Fa- much fertile. land, sUltabl. for the growth of Cotton body. Many persons have been cured by the use of

t : o complaint Ck-d therein, within the. limes limited John For certificates of recommendation. and! other information Sugar, Tobacco, tbe Tropical Fruits, and for Garden SIX weeks after date I will make application to j I t these pills after an affliction of (ten years. In short,
i said
thit i if the
Jt to
to .lliejn respectively a\-
Hon. of Probate for Madison i these
\ concerning the abm'e Medicines-jee future cultivation Judge County, I pills are a perfect regulator of the monthly

f F. Jnneiarity \ ioi W Iiuur, and Heloie Minor date advertisements, and pamphlets which u.ay be obtained Tern.e of Sale.-Ten per cent. in cash on the day (for! letters ot Administration on the Estate cl John evacuations females. If they are profuse or irregular .
the of four months from the of
within
1 first I 1uerid of this order the said William of the Acents. o sale, and on allputchascsnot excee-dinit $.500the. J. Boyce, deceased. : McGEHEE. they (.the Relief Pills) restore them to their
tIle
OLD) IU.) { JACOB TOWNSEND: P.Innerarity publication within the peril of;two months ; and March IS,11 3"> lialancem cash in 2O dJs. thereafter hen the deeds May 2G, 1S43. 21-Cw regular period and proper quantity and quality, and
do likewise if
they are scant or obstructed.
delivered. On
all
w ill be p-irchasea over !?5OO, a
THE 'liUm) A I. I'IOIVERCR OF THE the aid Santiacn Innerarity within the period of tix Drugs Medicines &c. Notice. Many females ate thrown I into convulsions i
: credit of one and two years will be given for one- or Epi.
months, or in default thereof the said bill of complaint -
Genuine Townsrnd Sarsaparilla. ma lie taken as confined by the said defendants : halt of the purchase money, the balance to be paidin SIX Month* after date: I shall apply to the lion. leptic fits by tbe suppression or ob-itrucrirr of the

0.I".T/ l i il row utmntTOenn of I:". .n.1! ha. I"u! at? "and after the several periods limited to EDWARD BARNARD, JR., cash in 2-) days alter the sale, when in cases ; of Probate for the County of Jefferson {for: monthly evacuations, (occasioned by cold or some

.n knoIR R.'Inl 111 JIVTHUH. .ml /IW'RF8. "r lh t them respectively in this order. Pro id*>dthat this received, by the late arrival, a where the purchase is le.s than $2000 note will betaken alters of disms-k as Executor of Esther Korne- other cause,) and remain objects ct pity and d'sr! rsr

( EA'/.VK; 'IRtf."U. 7'Ol."II .f""RI. for the credit portion, in and two latfc of aid deceased. the remainder of their lives ; these pill. curt by
payable one
County removing -
addition to his stock of GEN gears ay,
I. 1 .Rein, 1.41.11'. hI rO"I.II.1| .lmit L* nul frlnr. byw'hlrh order be published once a week for the term of lour 1itlIAS
which
the first
mid vile! tir-" s with interest at 0 cent annum, and JOSHUA TAYLOR, Senr. Executor. cause produced the di eale.
ine n. It h. .-o 111'1.1 .11"rl,1( d,1 months, and at the expiration of the said term of' I DRUGS AND MEDICINES.all of per per ,

rnnocilld In ihiwe% only. pnunt. ,rth. mid knownH I four months then continuously once a month for are of goodqualit, Imrfor Ca.h.AI"u. contracts exchanged-deeds to be delivered when I Ihepaxments March 21, IS 1 10. 12-fm Many ladies, trO(3 imprudence or someother came,
'1\,1 II hll rrc\tA\ thenr .f many. l.'Crb'lo. a.Ih' apr hand the are completed. On all purchases of$()) take cold after or during confinement, which cause
n. i bid been h'"letl of d.' .... n< ':"' the term of two mouths in a publi>hed un a general I assortment ol following
(row.death, iifurUiiiifil iU urull.nrp find"I wonderful 1& within the limits ol the Middle newspaper Circuit of Florida. i which are warranted genuine, viz : and upwaids the deeds will be delivered in 20 days Notice.SIX suppression of the locnia' ; for lhat,and all similar -

HEALING: POWER. THOMAS BALTZELL Huurk's I'anecea, 'Rowan-J's Improved Tonic Mix after the sale, and bonds and mortgages taken for the Months after date I will apply to the lIon. diseases, the Ladie, Relief Pi'v! ate an effectual
Know.Inc. ". ihni he hurt by hn ,% rlnre credit in and with remedy. They are a valuable rienf durin
f k,11 Wild portion payable one two ap. ? confinement -
"< wrr 211.D.. ture. Wi-tar's Balsam of Cherry, Brandreth's years
J
nit : '. ilcviwd an v h'ih Houl.1 tif .. inr\r! .- February( 1"40. Ifge.! of Probate' for iGatl en County lor letters I
laltlc*lllr'nr'ruh) n!"irr to uinnkdirf"rl,11"hn tlic iiienns wolilJ I* fur C. II.:lhPOST, Sol. for Compl't.A Pill, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor interest i at per cent. per annum. of f dimi*
tiUtifd t.Irlll it into nniv,rsil untie when ,in IfleLIHIIIIII. true ropy : Worm, Couch, and Dinner Lozence<, Ruiqiland'i The whole of this property i i" uniHcmnbered. It James H. Gibson, deceased. &c. They relieve barrenne-s ; they renew

irloei" 'ml" known mid npiweiiiteil. TJn tune IIM C.I"I I. R. 1IARRtS. Clerk Gadsden Circuit Court. Celebrated Feverand .'tttir'. Remedy, i is a part of (the "Forbes' Purchase" belonging to R. E. GIBSON, Adru'r. and invigorate i the blroo. give tone and activitv" to
.
Ihn fiirnii" Me suiipllrd : ttm Land Tbe title is derived the nervous system, and are t the irmdr-sf, the
: Water McMunn Elixir of t Apalacliicula Company. Ytot
.q." j t'.VKitr.ir.r.Kn; : nr.r.in.4Tio.\ Bv R. C. LESTER Deputy Clcik.M Thompson's \ Opium March 10, 1549. 106mNotice.
I Illllflrl.'I'OI.iNn,! on thr) lfjp.t urntr. ml t I. csIie4 l
Ill Ifnll" brrHJihof liar lun.t. e>|*eially a ft Ulounrtmnc I _ 1\I ler', ditto, (; .rdott'* Hillious: ; and AnliDyspepticPills I Supreme Court of the United States, and a Patent innocent in their effects. Far young ladies who

_. P.. I'"Tfiwnm-ndV.it'" .r df1f9'v.VttIflfl.IIIKC hIIprDve. % a:". ii"4 Court of Probate, Heck wit hs Anti.D $pel'tic Pills, Pelers' andSpl'nCd'S therefor issued to the proprietors by the United. have arrived to the aze cf womanhood, and"whoso

'I'r.h""r.,>( .1.1. ( the ''iff .'l-Pe-ati" it I, |l"pll.r"i wlb| on .reN MARCH aut A. D. i'.49. Pills and is Agent for S. P Tow States. The usual Trustee' deed will be given to *IX months, after date,I shall apply to the lion. systems are too feeble or relaxed to bung forward the

_ _ I I ,) a '(rj,".. Th kl"'ledM i-' celebrated Sar>aparila| in quart bottles at ncend't t the purchasers. O Judge of probate for the county of Jdl"eronlorlelleri natural evacuations, the Ladies Relict Fills ana

r'IIn.1 rpqiinitwin Ihr l 1.1 In I1ICUTeI ib of the at hl"I t.eittflhl Ilr STAIR: or FLORIDA-COC'TY or LEOX. boll Ie. AUo, uperior Lemon Syrup, prepared 'from rer Map may be had at the( Office of the Company, l of diuni:ion as administratrix de boni nonA I prompt and efficient remedy ; and old ladies who

!ar,,.,inr.lU 'he "Nii,rnl", r..IUhlf.trl.!ill I. well known It nIP4Ira. : William G. Ponder Executor of pure Citric or Ltmon Acid far preferable! for the No 3.1 Wail street, or they will be warded by \ ith the will annexed of Jeremiah Johnson, late of[ are about passing the critical period life,will derivurnuch -

virn.r.nl"in. many' nn'.licinut. t>rnTlie'nnd lame pr"ii ".itvhirh the (fo tt t will and (jteMament ol. sick or ordinary Use than that usually sold, London mail upon anplicution to .th* subscribers at paid office said count'. ,tlec'a.l'd.I.HY S. JOHNSON. benefit from an occasional me tf these
arc morl U for, prmlurem.mf'f ii' acid which i i. !Ia- Porter, kc.. Jcc. l from whom may be any ; keep np. nature

{uriiiiit in the le.)..111. hump ,if the |1"0/1'/
are .i r qI1dt4S. that they ct.tirely ea.rLi and \rr lot in the Ann Ponder, John Swain Peter estate of John -- New Yoik, .\priI27, 1 ls-if Notice. fcr several years longer.

preimrMtion, if th -V nre tit tn-i-ru'd by a ."rllfe prixm, Carleton Isaac N. Cook and Graham) dcc JO*. DKLAFIELD ) These pilU are the result of much and !
known ".h'! t>i thoneriixru-iircdin, iKninnulniiurr' M.r.iter. a. IMPROVED sizned SIX months after date I will apply to the H'.n. cng experience -
the'c: Titlni'lf ",,.", .. which flv i.rfui viM>r. or r. .n e hats! Rachel his wife, and,, Collin sed. COTTOX GINS 1 ] LEWIS CURTIS, ] lrusree9Mav IIde of Probate 'for Leon county, for Letters of ,and have long been used by the inventor with

lion under ht'\l. lire the'vt r> "".,*.,mtdittl fmptrtut .ot the Graham, heirs at law cf John :5 i, II 19. !1"-i IW Di-,mi':9ion from the aJmiuufration of the estate of r the happifit and rno't universal success : they ate
runt which CIP" In it r ,I ."1"". rID un Subscriber! will continue Manufacture
Graham deceased. composed entirely of vegetable substances' They
Norborne T. dec. H. B. BRADFORD.Anril .
Any |"r"on c.n IHH< nr 'if" ihr TH-I nil, they crt adark rnlnred Taylor,
liquid. whirh intrr i ..in ihr ...|..'m(: tuntfr tn the r-xit thun t heinz made lo appear to this Court that Collin .Jl Cotton Gins on his usual eMei-tive scale, aided For New York. 14. I 1"1'1! 15 act favorably, both as a mild aperient and tonic on

from an)' thin, : ri"1 thv ri n then triin thus in'im4 or rapid, IT Graham by long experience fir-l class workmen best aH! constitutions, and without injury to They
one of the defendants named in the si idj any.
.. ..... i
liquid wificn in ui ln nnd then .nll U "SAR- materials and the
most
improvrd which have been
HAI'AHII.I.' KXTKAtTor SVUL'IV nut rub 11 not tbealulr j petition, (if he is i still in being) roides beyond the machinery, Notice.SIX prepared with great care, and are indeed

known at Hi* I l limits of the Slate of Florida, but i\thin the limi's etiahK-s him to furnish an article,which, for faithful Months after date, the undersigned spply what their name implies Ladies' Relief PilU. Many

GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S of the United. Stiles: It it tlirrfore OrJtrtd, That workman-hip, durability, and superior performarce; the Hon. JuJ. e of Probate: for Leon Countyfor testimonial? of their efficacy could be produced,
SAKSAPARiLLA.Tlii I is i not passed by offered in the United Slates.Ifa'in. but few will be given
(he raid defendant, Collin Graham do appear and any letters of di"mi.Hion a? Administrator of the a only as the public will be
IK nreNired.| that hll the In.rt r>nir.rrtlpf "f the FaxeRpariIlarn..L i ill addition to Reed's Patent Combination I better able to appreciate their value alter have
.w frt ,,,,,,. prv thtnr (Zh.| M$.QI..i": answer the eaM Tltlitilnill.ill. (our months from I OF PACKETS between Eatate? of John Smith. deceased, late of said countv.. they
Water-Box, procured at Clst Ihe sole right ton TIlEHKGfLARLINE them. Ladles, tins medicine is
acid t | If t of '".'.d..1'Irl"" it M cnrcd in It |urr ,.uid minrciurxlodfirm wise the be taken : use Cotton Gins, D.valin, Wood k Hancock's that you may in a great measure become- your own
l Complainant's (petition may asi commence running at .the opening of the fell trade Muck 10, 1519. 10-Cm
: and thn U i'r..d..t 1 -nr-ii.;iic.1 liwms 1I1I..f.ta valuable : celebrated Patent Oil-Saving Box, which is conoidered Physicians.and thereby relieve yourselves {,f
I i coiile' ed bsaid defendant- Provided That this many
!
and ,
continue the entire
auit heHlin i 1""llt'n.| ) l'rriitinl| in Lbs"',)'. it II wade the : throughout : year, viz:
far 00in
superior to anv use. of those diseases from which the male of (he
_. part
luutl | wcrlul rent III ihe I order be ;published once a week (fir the term of four Brig W.HC.LL.JOieln. Master
Cure }Having furnished < igbt hundred Gins to the Planter Notice.SIX human race are exempt. Each box contains
of iunniiitTuMo diseases.llenra { tn"tI.h in st.rne newpaper( ( published in the County OCILLA, Trim, do. thirtj-
the "i"in li\ .v h,nr r""'',- tun' < UN every "Itt. of Leoa, and State afor-aid. lat season, which h'ave EH en units rrilatisfaction months after dite the undersizneil, adminis. three pills-price $1.00 per box.

la its f.".. ty men wimii-n, and chiidr. We find it d...,& JAMES E. BROO.ME will be a sulficie-nt guarantee that his Cotton LUCY Ho rner, do. Jelonisnon of the estate of Samuel l I Kept for ssle by
umdc.a tin-' of SUWANNEE do.
in rurr Clark (new,)
CXJ.-.VI'TI1I.\ n.PFP.tiII"d I.II'F.R C O.V Jude of Probate. Gins are highly approved. WAC1SSA do. Tbeus, late of Leon County, deceased, will present t F: O. Welch,Druzzist, Albany, Baker county,Ca.
Perry )
new.
rt-4l.\T and >ii /i//>.<'.".1T/>M. 1iCRfJI-T/f. PILES. March 24. IMP. 12-Im Engagements can be made on the most t accommodating Thee ( his accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Court of Probate E. Seixas, Dru.'ifist, Thcziasville.Ga.

(7-1i.vs.: all Vi 1'i.Vt.olf fKLTTlf.VS t'l.V- -- ---- terns with his TTi'tl1i1lJtIII', who will Brigs are built in the most Mib-stantial man- for Leon County and ask for a final settlement I Hamilton %V. Sharpe, Sharp*'* Store, Lo wades
I'L"! ; B/.<>* "HI' end ..l :.fl>rt ... nn iii( JriIMPnUTY ner evprei-sly (for this trade, and are commanded by
Jefferson Circuit Court. call on Planters generallyor letter addressed Ga.
OF THE BLOOD by to careful and and discharge from his said administration. county,
him at Clinton, Jones county, Geor :1. experienced Captains. Freight and pas- SIMEON S Puleston DruggistMonticsllo! Fla.E. .
.. THEUS. ,
It pn.u.ea a mr%* n flircy in all O'IDI'! !tinw' I\r..irr from I Ibdv.ut.ii WtHiara BaUev, a.lmr. de ) I IX CHANCERY. at the lowest 1 rates.nt..-
fnmt .V'lui'itf f', S'-mark lr..m ni <<)'ial cirrnlaif b..ni non of John Gin" delivered to the purchaser free of expense jge Mav1,1S4). 20 Barnard,Jr., Diusgisf, Tallahassee, Fla.
l-. cI"&f'l'JlII.It\j. i.l...i tothe -id. i.l|>itauna of unheart.. BellaD'II) ; for ReliefFor and warranted to perform well. COE, ANDERSON & CO.. W. Brinson & Brother, Dru:gUt3iadi *m C. H.,
#adal fl'f't unit hand.r.!d ch,::1'l -i d hit flulie otrr tlie tmdy. l U my, dec.. C m 1". t 10 Beaver street, New York.
sale "fluid The Cherokee .
) foist -to s ta.ide Ccuntiesin Georgiaand the Northeastern Notice. FU.
iai not.i HJIKI Ml ar.d dmfkt ; at>4 ptilwlesiy
lft(*.ntnm tt.'i.t and nad eratic* er nh-r um-Hntina. rrtatie itnctlire uI theeiaC. I Henry Dtrett and Da. J I Convince, fcc. part of .'ilabama.willl'e furnished with, Gins McNAUGHT & ORMOND, 0 IX months after date the under.izned, one of the And by tf e inventor, at the Mineral Springs,
> mru t from branch of his business Borne
a at Coon Lowcdes Ga.
Flojd
COIl m iw th.nf r' it. rwrnor. mnre nwn'rietCy: Men and ac rid Barrow Jfftt. J JT2pearing Newport. 0 administrators ot the estate of %Willian S Theus, county,
Georgia known the firm of Griswold
ty as & Kir.ir
knowkKjjBaUian in .II) ".ft'i and *o,.. .( I l lute of Leon d. ceased will his
to the :tif cii FEiL\LE
COMPLiLNTS.tt Georgia,
L and vouchers the lion. Court of Probate
to f
afi'1-i\it made in this cause that IhesaiJHant defen o MADJSOX Cor
rli | meet aUt-fltion. rr.
OD CT m rxfi of f:mcr.lit**or lf"ir fWtvf prompt
fAa 4f'.ea. (*sft.r,, tut"-f't& ., I'.fle..".. /rnr-.l..) : reside out (.f the Slate of Florida, bevond IheJurisdiction SAMUEL GRISWOLD. \ SPRING, Leon County and ask for a final settlement and discharge Some time about eight I miscarried
azo
years ,
try 01 wemnmai |*fi .tt. und the ake .d is t'tktr.aJ I IDe14r1Lt (.f' !his Court, hut in ihe United State from his said administration.
HAMILTON
all ttei'iraj ft Af.y ..*'.I...... : Clinton: M Ja v 2fi( Is1l. 21XTXA -'w COUNTY, FLORIDA. SIMEON THEUS. which was the second time that I had done so.-
/ w Ordered That the said defendants, Henry !
rrm" ir: nl uuti 'rttody underrijrned inform compelled to
the
j''ir. and : INMJU INCH ( ( IP.Y i respectfully public May If, 1St:. 20
David Barrow
tew it f"' ti- oDd 'ifeBrtuu the "Ziue and tbuitL tt do appear at-d! fir tiie THE lie out in the woods ill nizht from thelndians which
they have leased this 'Spriny for a te/m of ,
F rnm all (.ifltI at Hill of CompUint filed in ibis cau- within four HARTFORD CONN. I
.'%ersot1; diseaK aud debility i txinrithtfrrn the date of the publication cl' this order \l'ar:. The mineral properties ol( the water are to Notice. caused me to take cold, which caused an ob-trucriorj

std thus j ret-eit '* say
i or the faid Bill wiU tH- taken for ronftttn undersigned havinc lately been I having: claims and demands azainst I
*l ac. ".Lat. \''-fa, ttt t'ltnf" tttttt. ,*vt.ag THE appointed on (that ;subject. ALL persons about three years ago. Since then J have
J,'( '',u. (.*,.J.,__. &. \ P2ain.t them, ; .lad itisfuTtt'r Ordntd, That pub ,. agent in this vicinity., will injure Buildings Estate! Wailer V,'. 1'3lor,deceaed, late of been subject to violei.t attacks of epileptic f.Ts.-
To hose athictedwith
Rheumatism ScrofTula
.
I Du-
Uc4. ow the Wirnl.tctiM the lintt" lie'ahby actinn.tk 5re1 I Irati'n; rfth3* order he made in borne lIew.pot'rI"II.litohf'd and Stocks aainM loss by fire on the Io"t t 'lavorablc Lean County. are hereby notified to present themto
I Some two months since, I obtained three H
ttiMtwctt aod ,ivei fnud c J.t"Uuti rrM! the b-welt ot I I1rfitA' pepsia, and the thousand ills which mortal. are heir xesi't
vet eti.1r.s.. alUiTC mfluuuniU'io. finfMtt the skim! at TallahasM.*, once a \elk fur the spaceI I tt-rms. Persons who wish to renew their insurance to, we would repectlully su.sel that they its the undersigned properly authenticated, within Dr. Tarvin's Ladies' Relief Pills, ard thv have rt-

"I- the"If' ttu.i .f me bHxMitm6ur\ ipf cnt> armtli; I I of four months. with this Company can do .o ,.n application try t the time precribo.-J by law ; and all persons indebted I lieved me fiom those unpleasant dieases abt
coq\UII'') alS cer Ui* b-Mli. nod the MiMrtitb' p %I.ti a.;! ttnemr naii &tcett. r-m..\'. all otiMruetioui. and I of Jefferson cures effected by its use that they also will be imi- pay and from experimental knowledge \vi4ild
Iitit.trs the .lifr 11"011. H""hs. I* not thi tICS Circuit Court. Tallaha-sec, April 7th, ITj. 11.-tf mcnt. RICHARD 11.-\YW.RDdml.. recommend them to all female friends in adir-
la( benefittedAnd all who visit my
this
ly t to
__ ____ _____ we say
The) nedicinc lOU p'rc-tBinf) !!!' need :j i March 3l.1'J C. G. FIFE, Clerk. u Sprinir, that in the event .that they are not benefitted May 5,143. 1 S2m.Administrator's inn, and I do think, frcm the experience I have had,

nine la nn any' .rf these,thirc I-,'. .It.d ..f S. P. Tins nteod'* into- :! 13 MILLER & BROKAW'FJLivery alter!! a fair trial there will be no charge forboara. they. are worthy of all that is claimed for then.MOLEY .
t r. 1'bl' f"o : ""t (tMI"r1 n..t I.
c.
COMPARED WITH THE I'OLD DR-S i State of Florida.-Middlc Circuit. & Sale Stable The seekers of pleasure will here find a delightful Notice. OVERSTREET.I .

'UII' ?{ one (.:.-'II) t'-\I:". IbU tIe u.e i s I I.NCAPABLE: I i Sarah M. Whiting } In Chancery in the Circuit I .k .I k place to while away their time. SIX months after date I shall present my accounts do-hereby certify flat the above certificate Uliterallv -

iiA1itILLJ'iLATlIJ\ r*. :> Court for Vakulla Counts ,Jn TALLAHAJ FLORinA. The Hotel having been renovatcdandthe rooms vouchers and apply to the Hon. Judge of tru from my own know ledge.GEO. .
NEVER SIOILS.th I : have moved fiu tl.eir. fire-pror!f r made comfortable. and supplied new furniture E. UVERSTREET.
th other DOM ... Francis B. Vhiir. > Bill filet! THE. up Probate for Gad- den County for a final settlement F
/ rt and
i.tlc/ .".tIta,it into fnifnientt j ;frrmrntmf.the ..,. ncle liquid Having etpln tkt r Stables/ and take this opportunity' to m. we hope to gi ite general satisfaction. and discharge Irom the administrative of the estate Madison County, Fla., near Fort Hamilton,April

4>nir. and cI..4.", other t<*ul. : Mu.t nut Mm horrible; ttint I IT appearing lo the eatj, faction of the Court, that t form their 'friends and the }Public ge-nerally of the Our arrangements for snpplie-s&c.aresuch as to Archibald Black, dec. ; and also a settlement and I ::23dIIt?.

pound.. I. xnnoui' ". the iy.u iu1- H4 f' ".t Gcul mr I I the Defendant, Francis B. Whillft resides in (ract. Being thanklr.l' lor .the li 'rall'alr..nalf' they' enable us to keep as good a table as can be found in f final discharge a* Administrator on the dower allotted
't" elrtaily 4 the South.The
kcid !( we cot all!I fcaou tfak.1 w hrn f.*. our in "ur 'thiiU- j of this hal have heretofore received, they policit a continuanceof t and set apart to Margaret Black, dec.. as widowof About ten ,and shortly after confinement
>cb(. "hs.t nuvktrft .. State so ordinary procc-cscannot be servrd the and stable will Le provided! with the btost year ago ,
it pr ) I took cold which
Utir B of the beiirt. him : Jt is. thtrtfvre rftcrnd and oidtted parn'c, brought on irregularity and obstruction
liter""IIIIla'fll.| duurfatr d i>.enter)'. colic j upon for .the acc'immodation ot those who n.av / dor hat the country affords, and with attentive E. s. SHEPARD \dIllt.
and miition; them. Their Stables situated
bUBMir are on Washington I 7th 1>4!>. 14
the April ,
10 T V.
ixidy Lat prudjret nil the buinurt 'hith with Lenccerhtea Whites
had on the first Monday in | or { from flat time,
September next at NewPortin ;
hrioj on F.rui'I.n.; of the 5kin, N..1d r Head. Suit Kheum. fry Square, in themo.>t convenient part (.f the town and I ? from Tallahassee and Jackron ille will my
.iltl'latI.| Wfaite twelhnr, t'*'er Nire'. and all ulrrriUioni Inttrnal the county of Wakulla, at which time r-aid: for comfort and convenience they cannot lie sur- meet with no inconvenience in Eftfir.e from Ain/i-! health gradually declined, until I was brought to a

and.eiu-rruil 1 II.. ncnbirc under h ,""n. 'but tn cdnUlMu defendant may appear and plead) or answer to and paed by any Stable in the Southern country. (tr.r (to the Sprint, an arrangements will be made to Court of Probate--Leon County. I very Iowa fate r.f health,so that I was scarcely able
"hicb .1\1. and thus sp.nls' all the fluid r.f the defrndalain&1 bill .ind ititftnthrr ordtrid In the t>gtt about. I took medicines from several Physicians -
of
matter the estate AT CHAMBERS
Uidy. niiirv or W.. \VbM CAU..e1 KhcumatiMii hut ft ..nr (Iprid f .u-iiiUr l Is-, I 1S4-. IS bring them without. any delay. } ,
fluid whirh Inmrtuntn Itrflf! Iwtween thi-joint nndeli- That a copy of this order bv published in some one Board will be mode-rate. of Lester Crook, deceased. -\prill1IS-t'). and found but little relief, until J began to assume

.brre. irnt' ,ting find intlNncnr the dehtAte t'.uet uponvthieb. (If the newspapers printed in this Circuit once a LEWIS & SAM BUFFINGTON Jr. N the of William a pale, sickly appearance, and the least exertion -
AMES petition
Bailey, security,
It arts t. ..
of niTiuu di e lit lm(>ur>t> uf the Hmxl, ul week, for at leapt three months. O caused my neck veins to throb, and I had a
leranpe CHARLES E RYAN. in hat Luke Moore administrator of said
< rivn'ttiitu" II.d nearl>' all the ajuneuu "Unl' .(lliCiAuniiia pra_ ,
nature.ow THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. DKALXKSINDRIT April 7, 1S19. 1-1-4" 13m 3 m estate may be required to give new security in lieu shortness breath, until sometime last December

lo' U it Dot ftitmble to tnnke and tell. and ..Jtmil** ",., Newport. May 12. 1'-49. <;, MEDICINES PAINTS OILS of petitioner ann default thereof that said Moore hiemoved I obtained from Dr. Tarvin some of his Ladies' Relief
uoe IhliSOLhiAG
A GEO... BRYANT MEUIC.IUTICE.. Pills,and I do hereby certify that I have foun.i
Ir"ecop : Clerk.June2
}'EJL.\U-'I'xG.} .ACID CO lPOL-"D" Toilel L Articles% Perfumery} &r., WiRtl W Sla K r from said administration, it appearing to: more relief from them than medicine I
lts-1'.t. 22 bate
any ever -
OF the satisfaction of this Court that said Luke Moore
S. P. 'lOvVNSEND.: I'AIITEII' BUfkHLS AND COLOR, ,
taken and would therefore
----- recommend
IItlt >.I hI' would fun h- 'it un"lfr'l'',(1 that (lid jrr. JSCMIiwn.enils Apnlliffarios1 (..Ia"1'111'(, '\(. Dr. Charles T. Darby Jrnini.tratoraforeaid of the estate of Lester Crook them to
State of Florida. Monroe females in similar situations.
,
'It n Intern' (ir"",* (fr, :ieiJ J.r"urori7/a. u an UII1'A110N I County.Smith I I 1 E above ron>tantly on hand, and fur sale at the : to the public in een- sides be\ond the limits/ of the State of Florida, or
| irriarati| I }RESPKCTFULLVannounce-s SIRLETER HODGES.I .
Mowry, i in the Eastern Ciicuit of Florida
Jlllnen furtud Ihsi we should deal l in a" article! vhieh montd ) lowest market prices. located himself in cr conceals himself

lust the n,'.t d'I..nl rwiiililancr in .. P.T""nwrnJ'f nrfie/e/ v.. V BILL IN CHANCERY. LJWISMES.. Monticello Florida, and will be found at all .times, so that notice of said petition cannot be served do hereby certify that the above statement, made

.and*<1 whirb n f thould brine d-iwB iifNin the Old III'.lIut'h a iriounwin Josrpli Law ton. ) Tallahaee, November 20, J.H. IS unless professionally engaged. Strict attention will upon him : It is therefore Ordered, That the said bv Hijwife Sirleter.is just and true, this 14th Dec.
roniplRlnn and
and ru"h.IP"lt\hu hlue rriimnhtmn.u..d $. .Toa(rim Agents eod'.F&IUlENIN M ho tiaK.ld.. IT appearing to me be alfidavit .that Joseph Lawton I, -- -- be paid 'to all professional calls. Luke Moore, administrator as aforesaid, do appear 1S4S A. HODGES P.

()II'UU\iU. (p defendant in the hill filed in the aho\'e cau.f, residcij I- Confectionery and Bakery. May fi, 1S4!'. IS and answer said petition within four months 'from the Lowndes County, 660th Dial., G. M.

..We B. wish U "Jw.tnod. tirpatiKe it ii the tt,"!vtf trvH. that ( out ol' the State of Florida( and in Europe : i iI date of I the first publication of this order, or the said
Townn-nd'i article and Old Itr.Jacob Towniend1 Jt is Ordered That said defendant KINDON would infoun his friends and I
Sar-
*.nlla are .1ot."tII-fI' .rt, appear and anwt'r HENRY SIMON TOWLE. MARIANO D. P.1PT. ;petitition may be taken for confessed, and the prayer
? t ififlv 1imltr thatlaromnwn / generally that he h hand aiid I i A CAKD
; the said bill within (the time on thereof
they are unl.ke '" every art'cullir'' hating prescribed by l bw granted : frotided. That a copy of( this order
001005 single Ibt l I otherwise shall be taken pro conlcsso. It is fur-: is constantly manufacturing CANDIES of all kir.d, TOWLE & PAPY, be published once a week for four months, in I DR. W. J. TARVIN baa located for the present

d.A..,!"iit F.no P.pnarnmreuUtt-knowi J01"1"1 I. tin Joctnf.', and never 11I'.. I. nCiI. I I flirt Ordered That a copy of this order be publish- such as : Altornrys and Counsellors at Law, ome newspaper published in the City of Tallahassee, and Fall at the Mineral Springs on the

j ea>than any other comnnHi, nn" '.no enlilic.more rufeikHinal of medicine or' ills, t-d in some newspaper printed in the State, of Florida PEPPERMINT LEMON DROPS 'formed an association for the Practice JAMES E. EROOME, WithUcoochee River, eight mile below Troupville,
man. CINNAMON
what fw'.ltt can Uio month foi nine months. LEMON CANDY HAVING Lowndes County, Ga. where he
jtal.iic have that they ve fpreivinr, I a once a will attend the several Courts of the April 11,1549. 15 Judge of Probates.Guardian's will practice on
rcntnne c.rulllic nifJicine, WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY
ronuiiniRC ail the virtues of th C JOS. B LANCASTER, Chronic diseases principally. He has received
nrt-clet u .-d In (irenarinrU and ii htrh Mid-lie Circuit of Florida, and in the District Courtof just
are Incapable| of rhitrrt Key WeFt.March 2-. A. I 1) 1&-TJ. HOARHOUND ; a choice selection of medicines
.hlf'h JudgeSo.Cir.Fa.I.Tnos. ,direct from Savannah.
iuibl rcuoer tfcMii Die Sale.
AOE.\T the LT.
uf ltiMjaw.n.tPK.1 of S at Tallahassee. All business entrustedto
1eslth. F. Ki>T., S..I. for Conii.A ". And various others, among them several that are Persons afflicted with Eruptive diseases, scald

Hut wbm clue ihnnid tie.'II/'rl.d| (tutu one hit knu., nulh I true copy from the minutes' : useful f fur colds andcouch",and i prepared to friaiiu their care will receive prompt attention. WILL be sold on the first Monday in July, at the head, white swelling; old ulcers, sore legs, &c., female

ol inc_olUr"'lj'II 1ft of medjcine or i..tean' ? |i r"iinre> a-|*,"S W. C. MALONEY. _Ink. faclure' any and all kinds that may be ordered, both {#- OthYpin the Capitol. of Mrs. Theus, in Leon county, the di-eases, dropsy, and other old chronic affections -
eijierienre to
rook and wr e iti evrn a e.rnininn dprenl February 17, IS 19.( 7W.
ioleKule and retail.He f following (tract of land
iiir Ilmi "lIcb 1I1..UU."lIct I. II &bitt tbe ,... "b April J 11. 15 By K. L. HICK. 1) C. : that should think proper to place thems les
r.Ucture Hiedirlne, deigned for Joe tiusa i is also prepared to carry on BaIting in all its The W j of the S W 4, and 13 acres of the N eni IoftheEoftheSV4Section29T2R2N&1 under his care, will be apt to be well satisfied with

WEAK: STOMACHS AKD EXrEFFLED SFSTJUIS, State of Flori a.--Middle Circuit. IJrauclle". from the plain oafof Bread,tothe mosi t \ GAITHER BURGESS & CO, : his treatment. This mineral water has made
aamitd many
kuow. well ,h, ,h<,I.ul| ,,?,/It.rtle. tf f.lanu. liii- ties t I eXIJ'Jijoil Calif find Pies. Patties: and the publiccan ot Tallahassee,containing 93! acres,more or I less. cures of
Masuner M' DspepsiaGravel Rheumatjm and be
Daniel Receiving Forwarding & Commission &c.,
,
9"rn'e! "I """entmtms timer Ilel&hnjtlnu... LadJ.Comp., !
k alvtax be accommodated There
about
515.55.lte"'I0' kl1" by giving timely notice are fifteen acres on the above tract his
hopes by assistance
dl"or that
1101'arl..u. .. will
dl.e. they
which afleei In cure many
vs. Chancery in the Circuit
She liuiiiM .)'win.an.! Ii.l, u, ad.rt, ren..llic. at the Bakery and Confectionary on JctU-rfon! titrf't't.opl' cleared and under cultivation, the balance is wood Dr.
II w theN dlMawt! Auztitus Steele & Eliza. 1M rn < }j M U more. Tarvin will cure negroes afflicted with
Is Court
to arre.t imnd. }: for Waknlla 0
mini :lc the -liiflion hoom l land.
unfortunate, u pour balm into iMte of 2?. 1!. Berry, AVTallahasseeDec. /., chronic diseases
.uDdt'd Liuwenity. Iii lundl. beth his wife late Elizabeth by contract; for an interest in them.
reilore health and bloom and J r""e In the '..palllnl b- .. *. to Couutj, on Bill filed. I 16, 11-ts. 22 -AI>O---- Terms of Salt.-Notes with approved security This location is
i.ft the remarkably healthy.
.nvi ern.h J and bro Cottin _ ken.and tn Iwnlih infirmity that iLU \CUII1'O\\'St1E\U -- -- Dealers Western Produce payable let January, 1551, and 1st January, !S52, May 5,1S4'J.atnre's .
IJM BOL-O-HT and l\>\'.MJ the oj.purtumlj/ and mean to blrtC [1 f appearing to (the satisfaction of (the Court that Spring and Summer Clothing. bearing interest at 6 per cent from Jan. 1/1550.-
C2 New
thedefendantsresideiri Poydras Street Orleans.
this Slate, but not in the
Grand LTuirvnI I AHK & STIII,. IAS are now receiving a Feb.3,1S49. 5 i Titles made: to purchaser when the last payment i is
Cm
Concentrated Circuit in which the bill i is filed : // itthtttfore deertedandordertil. made. WILLIAM \ own Remedy for Bowel Complaint
Jh'lIIad 't.I small but select assortment ol SPRING AND ALDERMAN.May .
) That unless (the said defendants
*lth.... the reach and M the .,...i lcdv of all who Deed i It 1,1 km do appear here and answer t Ihecoinplainan: '* bill SUMMER CLOTHING together with a few artin GEO. "sr II U r1' C II INS 19, ISIL! 20Administrator's ''T'HE Flux Root is a specific remedy for BlooJ. -
they iH.y lenrn mud knuw by J..WM! des such dy Flux Diarrhcea "it the
f''lI'nuce.| iu thetirt-t Monday in August the asJrIIls Dysentery, &,c. is
will betaken
iiaii. next same
cfiidfiir I'u"'r to Ut nl. for conr-"to'd, the mailers t tlit-reol) decreed accordingly Drap il'Cte, AUCTIONEER Sale.As simplest, yet the most certain and safe remedy ever

Sold wholesale and retail by I : Prvrid, That. a of thin order be CablimercttcH 31arselHe*, ;C'. discovered few hours will be sufficient cure the
ropy T..ILLMI.1 S SEE FL.1. administrator of F.dward II. Wilder, late of
THOMPSON SKILLMAN & CO. published in some one of the newspaper printed I inthis Suitable to manufacture' and to be disposed of for Gadsden deceased most violent case. It was first discovered and used
county, I will sell before the the Chuochee
t Circuit once a week for two month*successively. CASH, and CASH ONLYat moderate profit ; and} REFER TO Court House door in the Town by Indians for Bowel Complaints with
102 Nassau
street New York. of QUincy. on Monday eminent
THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. would cordially invite their old Jriends and customers Messrs. II. BOND, J. W. ARGYLE D. C. WILSON,, the ISth of' June next the success, and by them the use of this very
day undivided interest
And Ly LEWIS & AMES, [ Newport, May 12, isrj. to call and purchase. F. H. FLAGO.T. J. HOUM and J. T. ARCHER. of said Wilder in the following, real estate,to wit: valuable flourishes root was made known to the whites. This

Tallahassee.April A f rue : GEO. L. BRYANT Clerk. Tallahassee, March 17, J 1R49. 11 March 10, 1549. 10 plant m the valleys of Western Georzu.
Agents copy TheS E: Section
4 8, T 2, R 3, N & W; the E i and North Carolina. It is *

21 J. 1S49. IG-ly June 2, IS 19. 22 Laud For Sale. of the N E 4 of' Section, T 2, R 3, N & W ; the S use, in ounce papers,sufficient neatly tocure put several up, readf CaSesu

-- Middle Circuit Leon 2'7. ? DOLWORTTM W 4 Section 9, T 2, R 3N & W ; the S J of theS at 50 cents
--- County. .* per paper.
Rail Road Notice. RARE CHJIJCCE! Attorney at Law, E 4 of Section 7, T 3, R 3, N & W ; and Lot one For sale by W. Brinson &, Brother Madison C. H .

I Silas F. Burney, ) In Attachment.r } 'En liE land known as the': "Overstreet Tract," 0 Monticrllo Jefferson hundred and nine (tooJ) in the Town of Quincy. Fla. E MCJ"
Florida.
: *. S Sum to $SU -is-1 00. JU. miles County, ; Siexas.Thomasville.Ga.,S.Puleston,
4 J sworn north of Tallahassee, near Ihe Thcmacville Said undivided interest amounting to t the one-sixth ticello
_- a..1. b3lt Hutto. 3 Bond in $100, (n). toad, adjoining Gov. Branch's plantation containing "t\ ".L attend the Circuit Courts' of the Middle part of said real estate, which is sold by order of the ,,Fla.Fla., and by E. Barnard,Jr., Druggist,TalUhassee

p i is hereby men to the Stockholders of THE| and all others interested are }lter'- 7 or bOO acres. Will be sold low, and on V Circuit and of the CourTty Columbia !in the Hon Judge of Probate, to pay the debts of the de May 5, 1S49. IS-3m

1 NOTICE Rail Road notified oft1le( institution of the above suit t satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For .Eastern Circuit. ceased. J. M. W. DAVIDSON,Admr.

Wednesda ',27th e of June Company that on and required to appear and plead! to the declaration i fuilher particulars: apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, March 31, 1819. 13 May 191849. 20Groceries

) day next an election will 1 filed therein within the time or DANIEL LADD New S. S. KNIGHT
be held at the Office of the Company in Tallahassee prescribed by law. Port. ,
WALKER & I Jan. 13, 1849. 2 tf Thomas Jeff. Heir
for seven Directors to manage the affairs of said GWYNN &c. Wholesale & Retail Grocer & Proihion Dealer! ,
.p" May 23, IS49. 21 Atty'n for H'lT. I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ,
Company for twelve montlm AT LAW
'from that dte.U. ,
Liverpool Salt. BAGS RIO
COFFEE
TALLAHASSEE
K. CALL Pres. T. R. Co. Florida practice in the Circ lit Court in each 15 do. FLORIDA.
Middle S St.
toi, Tallahassee, April 7, 1849. 3m-H [Smtintl.T r Circuit.IN RECEIVED per Schooner Lucy Blake,COO Sacks WILL of .the Middle Circiit and in the Supreme 5 do. White Domingo Java do.do. I TEEPS constantly on hand.andoflers for sale at S

L --_ .: GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. Salt. For -sale by Court and United States District Court a 2 do. Brown do. do. 1. small advance on cost, for cash, all the standard

Pure Sulphate of Quinine. Archibald McPhatter Guardian JOHN DENHAM. Tallahassee. articles in his line. Flours of approved qualities

of Thomas Newport, 31st March 1519.Pickled 2 Bbls. crushed Sugar, -Sugars, Coffees, Teas- Bacon Hams. Fork,
subscriber have on hand two hundred and Wilks ATTACHMENT : Monticello January 29, 1949. 23 2 Boxes Loaf do. ,
- TilE of r*. }Isurn to Soap, Candles, Lard, and all similar
ounces Sulphate Quinine which sworn $I to. Gshen
they Butter Box and Pine
_ Mullet. Apple Cheese, Sup >- with Fruits
gether Onions,
John Johnson. Irish Potatoes
have obtained direct, 'from the manufacturer I Medical Notice. ,
*, andthey perior Family Flour, Cider and White
; defendant BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED Wine Vinegar Raisins, Figs, Almonds and all other article*usually
will warrant it to be a superior article. Till- and all others interested will (lake: i MULLET of Codfish ,
50 Herrings Chocolate
We hare enlarged our block of Drugs and Medi. of the commencement of this suit by attachment the first catch and in fine order. H. G. WHIT !f. D. J. L. CALL, M. D.i iP Pickles Almonds Candies Sauces, found in similar establishments.

dnes by recent arrival, and are prepared to execute and appear and plead lolhedeclaration filed For sale low by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. 115. WIRT & CALL have associated themselves Received, FicsTable Salt &c. &.c. Store next door above G. H. Meginnis, on Mon
in the brig Suwannee and for
sale
of Medicine ,
in thi case R. E. GIBSON Newport November 25, 15-19. 19 practice Surery, .c., and per by roe street.
orders
articles -
lor in onr line. at \holeaale or retail' offer their services to the public. McNAUGHT & ORMOND.
April 23, 1S49.
the May It 1549 20 of PUT. 17 ly
Ally
on mot accommodating (terms. __
Office( over Drug Store,Monticello Florida. Newport, March 10, 1849. 10 _
We have also' a few account* yet due (to us for the Iron, &c.
5 1845. 3(
August ly -
DR. J. For Sale.
s. BOND
year 1847. They are generally in small amounts
FULL assortment Iron,2 to 7 inches vride, Tobaccos

but if the whole could be paid .hortly, it would go OFFERS his professional fervjres f to the citizens A 40 kegs Nails, assorted sizes, FEW HUNDRED BUSHELS CORN. TWO BUGGIES and two HORSES

! : far 'towards J liquidating sums which we owe. 'e and the surrounding country Just received and for sale byMcNAtJGIIT A ForSalebv A.FULL supply manufactured Tobaccoajust received ,cheap. They will be sold *

.:_i. LEWIS & AMES. Office at Col "i }ll'r'. 1 Hold & ORMOND. R. D.& D.W. POST. and for sal. bylIcNAlTGHT. 'arately or together. Enquire
AiU21L!! (1 Mav29I87.| 43 tf & ORMOND. .
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