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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: July 7, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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BY MAXWELL & HILTON. TALLAHASSEE, PA., SATODAYJULY! 7, 1849. YOLTJME I---NO. 27. 11::

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THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL nine o'clock in the morning and the travellers' Raleigh, N. C., and then the clerk of Washington lemnity and dignity of his manner, stood a- THE SABBATH DAY. I [FOR THE rLonrDiA!4 JOCRNAL] ,P' :I

18 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. set out for the Cut-otTnot far distant. county Alabama ; John Henry, of ghast and trembled like a leaf. He uttered THE BUDGET OF NEWS-OR, IV

J .- Let us now return to Col. Perkins, whomwe Tennessee, John Mills\ a native of Alabama, not another word while the guard remainedat BY EBCXEZER ELLIOT. I ESSAYS BY LISKITM LItLr.

T E IOU : left last night in the woods, highly excited Henry B. Slade, of North Carolina, and two his house. 1

THREE DOLLAR per annum, if paid in advance. and, shivering in the cold. Why did not brothers M'Cormack's\ from Kentuckyad.ded When }Perkins reached the confines of( Sabbath holy 2TUMBKR OYL. 'i'I

THREE AND" A HALF, if paid within six months. Bright well keep his promise ? No one knowsit to these were two United States soldiers. South Carolina, he watched Burr more close- To I the lowly Know then not GOD to scan- '

FOUR DOLLARS, if not paid untilthe end oftlieyear. is a mystery to this da)'. Perkins remained They were all men whom Perkins selected ly than ever. In this State lived Burr's son- Still thou art a welcome day. The proper thl5eI. presume mankind is man." ;!".;
($:J-These tettns will be rigidly adhered to, and at his until his was exhausted and whom ho could rely under all cir I in-law, Col. Joseph Alston of talents When thou cometh earth and ocean
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no will be discontinued! until all arrcara;; .'a are post patience upon a man Shade and brightness ,rest and motion, It is a generally admitted truth that observation -. f f
.uid paper, unless at the option of the publishers Suh. and supposing that Brightwell, probably cumstances. He took these men aside and wealth and influence, and afterwards Governor Help the poor man's heart to pray. is one of the most effectual methods of .i J

criber: ? will be received for three months at One on account of the fascinations of Burr, obtained from them the most solemn pledges, i.[ of the State. Perkins upon reaching the Sun walked forest, improving the mind. Therefore, observation )

ollat-t'ix months at $1 rIO Every order tor the or the; pity' which had seized him in his behalf, that upon the whole route to Washington city, frontier of Georgia, endeavored to convey the Bird, that soarest may be considered one of the valuable t 1' '

paper out of this county must be accompanied with had betrayed their plans, now mounted his they would not converse with Burr or let him prisoner in byroads, and to avoid the towns, O'er the mute, empurpled moor faculties which we Notwithstanding rOt ; it(
of possess.
the the order
cash unless through our
comes any horse and HIde the house of Mr. alive. Perkins knew how fascinatingBurr lest he should be Throstle's that stream-like flowest, e
rescued. The '
regularly authorized agents in the State.ADVEItTISEMESTS rapidly to ; escape plan was attended song like all other blessings, it is liable to be per. ,' ,'
Joseph Bates, Sr., at Nannahubba Bluff to I was, and ho feared his familiarity with ; with difficulty-they were lost ohen,the Wind Welcome, t that o'pr the dewdrop gocst. erred and abused, especially when it i is di. '' :

avoid the creeks in the main route to Fort i his men-indeed, he feared the same influence march impeded and the highway was again now the wo.\or poor. rected in an improper channel, to the abuse :;: t

,Vill be inserted! at the rate of One Dollar per square Stoddart. He procured from that gentlemana upon himself. His character in making ihl.pres.ions resumed. Just before entering the town of Little river and detraction of others. To notice and observe i. 5

of twelve lines for the first; and fifty rents for each canoe and negro, dropped down the Tom upon the human mind, and attachingmen Chester Court House, in South Carolina, the Cloud,pold-bnght Young forever with!thankful glee, the peculiar faults, vices and errors of 7:

subsequent insertion. A reasonable deductionwill bigby and arrived at Fort Stoddart just after to him by association, was well knownto I party halted. Two men were placed before Happy woodbine, gladly weeping those with whom we associate, is particularly ; .

notices be made without on legal alteration nott'f'to., estate by persons not: ice*having,yearly da>break. The commandant was Edmund the world. When Co). Burr fled from Burr, two on either side and behind, and Gnat within the wild rose keeping.Oh necessary, because it gives us a practical ex. : I

regular< accounts with the office. I':Gaines, then a young(: ; Lieutenant, now a I the Natchez settlement, he procured a disguised in this manner they paused near a tavern in that they were blessed 3 thee perience and knowledge of consequences resulting .

.Ill announcements candidates for office, FIVE distinguished:; :Major General. Col. Perkins I dress, and was still attired in it. His the street where many persons were standing, Sabbath holy from certain causes, enables us to steer *:. 1

DOLLAR* -invariably in advance. No attention briefly acquainted that officer with the par. : pantaloons! were ofcourse copperas cloth, with. while music an-} dancn"was heard in the For the lowly clear of such vices, and is often essentially requisite I M

will accompanied be paid to with any tIle order cash.for announcement: ,unless! ticularsof his last night's adventure and of his. a.roundabout of inferior drab. His,hat, a flapping house. Seeing assembly of men so near For Paint affliction's with flowers sons the and glittering daughters sod, ; filr our self defence. Therefore it is i

notiers I suspicions: ,which, although ofslight foundation, wide-brimmed beaver had in time been him, Col. Burr suddenly dismounted and exclaimed i
Ml religious: marriage, and obituary published Bid thy mountains WOO and waters! our design, during the continuance of these i.[ t
gratuitously! ; but editorial notices, for private had nevertheless impressed him with solemn white, but now gave evidence of having encountered in a loud voice, / am Aaron BurT, Pray to God, the poor ':God! essays, to extend our observation widely anrl! 4

benefit, will!} be charged as advertisements. i convictions oftheir truth. Placing himself at much rough weather. Placed on i under military arrest and claim the protection From the (fever largely, on the many things which have and

the head of a file of mounted soldiers, the his fine horse he bestrode him most elegantly, i immediately (Idle never, shall come under our own immediate view
JOB w'O1tK. Lieutenant immediately rode off with Per. and flashed his large dark eyes as though he dismounted with several of the guard, and, Where on Hope Want bar the door) whilst travelling through the meandering "t

We are well prepared to execute Job Work,such kins. On the rise of a hill south of a branch were at the head of his New York regiment.To ordered him to remount. Burr said, / will From the gloom of aires alley', scenes of life, as a beacon light for the gui. it f
as bills cards, blanks, t pamphlet: ,&c.,with neatness Lead thou to green valleys,
and despatch.' All work of thi description, and near a wolf-pen, two miles below Col. ; use a common expression of the old set. not. Not wishing to shoot him, Perkins Weary landlord's trampled hit poor. dance ot others. Though we are well aware 1..

except for persons! haingearlv! accounts with II inson's,thc Lieutenant suddenly encounteredthe tiers who saw him Alabama, "his eyes ; threw down his pistols, and being a man of Pale mother that no small degree of unpopularity attend

the office! mint t be paid for on delivery. person he was pursuing, riding in company were peculiar, they looked like stars." Each I prodigious strength, and the prisoner a small Gasping young brother, all authors who hold up to their reader, a in (t P

.----- with his travelling companion and the man of the expedition carried provisions for man, seized him round the waist and placed Sister toiling in despair, a mirror, their! darling and daily sins ;_ but a I(
J s :E: 1. )\ J (') J sheriff; Brightwell, when the following conversation himself and some for Col. Burr. They were him in his saddle as though he a were a Grief.bowe ire that lifelong diest., our observation is equal to our presumption, .
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took all well mounted, with child. Thomas Malone seized the reins of !sleeping
------- ---------- ----- -- place : no arms except pistols Come and drink the and air. we-beg leave to add that we have adopted for I a.j ,:
From the Mobile Regittrr and Journal. Gaines.-I presume I have the honor of addressing in holsters, and two muskets, borne by two ;the horse, slipped them over his head, and light our motto a very quaint and homely old mas- : ,:

ARREST OF BURR IN ALABAMA. Col. Burr. I soldiers. The party set out from the boatyard !led Burr rapidly on. The astonished citizens Tyrants While !curse ye. im, which nevertheless, despite its antiquity, .

(From Pickets forthcoming History of Ala Burr.-I I am a traveller and a stranger in 1 in the latter part of February, 1607. Ina of Chester Court House had seen a party Life for deadliest they wrong nurse to pay ye, ; is strikingly true, Tha what is nobody's business '

bama. ) the land, and I do not recognize your right to 1 1I quarter: of a mile of this place the dreadful i enter with a prisoner, had heard him ap. Yet, 0 Sabbath. bringing gladness is every body's business." We have ) 11

I ask such; a question. I massacre of Fort Minis\ occurred six years af :. peal to them for proctection, had seen Lim Ur.to hearts of weary sadness, therefore presumed it our duty, according to .'
The Court (House of Washington county in I I (;a 71cs.-I arrest you at the instance of the terwards. Pursuing the Indian path which forced on his horse again, and the party vanish Still art thou The"Poor Man's Day." this saying, to make the business, or rather t '

the present State of Alabama, then known as United States.Burr.By. led from the Bigby i settlement" to Fort before they had time to recover from their the errors, of one our particular business i. it
every
a part of the Mississippi! ; Territory, was a small what authority do you arrest Wilkinson on the distant Oconee, the guard confusion ; for when Burr got down from his TiE CITY OF RO IE -not that we intend to meddle with old 3

village called WakerfielJ, a few miles West traveller and in the travelled the first about miles. At horse, the cocked their BY Dn. BAIX.D.
me, a stranger, highway, day thirty guard generally pistolsand cases, to interfere with private family air. '
of the Tombigby river. Here, late at night, on my own private business; ? I night; the only tent in company was pitched the people ran in the piazza to get out of Rome is still where it has 'been for 2GOO lo say aught of slander against any one, to -
in the month ot February, 1807, Cpl. Nicholas
Thomas Gaines.-I am an officer of the United fur the prisoner, who reposed himself upon his danger. This feat proves that Perkins was years ; it is upon the Tiber sixteen miles from hold up to ridicule, through sheer envy the

Perkins lawyer and Malonc, clerk I States army. I hold in my hand the Procla. I II I I blankets. The lower part of Monroe county well fitted fog the difficult task Lieut. Gaineshad ; its mouth, which runs south through the western lamentable misfortunes of any person, or treat
of the were at a of backgammon,
) court game rnation of the President, and the Governor of abounded with immense pine forests. Here assigned him. part of the city, and then turns west, and of things that are despicably}' low and mean in

beside their cabin fire. Presently the distant the :Mississippi Territory, directing your ar. the Ex-Vice President lay the first night, by Burr was still to some extent popular in continues that course to its outlet, where it is their nature. No- We honestly intend .
sound of horses' feet attracted their attention.
1 rest.!! .1. rousing fires, which threw a glare over the South Carolina, and any wavering or timidityon some three feet wide. Much of what was I to treat of such as are likely to engage

Tiie, game suddenly stopped, and the players Burr.-You are a young man and may i dismal woods, while the ears were saluted the part of Perkins would have lost him his former covered with buildings is now cult'u I the attention of all, and are of a useful and .

wondered who were the riders at such a late not be aware of the responsibility arresting: with the howl of hungry wolves In the prisoner ;. but the celerity of his movements \ ,This is particularly the case with I important character. For such is our nature
The little cabin stood
of the immediately
Lour night. and the travel.iere .- a traveller 1 !. wilds Alabama, in a small tent, reposedthis gave'; no time for the people to reflect beforehe much of the southeast part within the city i and disposition that we would scorn to reflect 4 II
the highway, two
on Gaines.-I am aware of my responsibility! august personage ; having no one to converse was far off in the outskirts of the village. walls and east and southeast of the Capitoline on the unoffending and helpless, or propagate
rode the door who if the
enquired
contained near answered in the -I know my duty. with ; surrounded by a guard ; a prisoner Here the guard halted ; Col Burr was in a Hill. Bad air (malaria) is said to be the that which might prove injurious to any individual I

village a tavern ; Col. Burrnow entered into a brief argument of the United States, for whose liberties I high state ofexciternent-he was in h'ars-! cause of the desertion o' this part of the city. and would look with the highest indignation
affirmative of them asked if Col. Hinson
one to show that these proclamations should never I he had: fought ; whose Government he had i The kindhearted Malone also wept at seeing The ancient hills are still to be found, but theyare upon the man who would stir up the t
'ivcd in the He informedhat
neighborhood. was have been issued, and that in following their helped to form ; exiled from New York whose I the low condition to which this great man was by no means so prominent as they once mud and filth of the stream, 3 some low-Iife j
it miles distant his house
was even to ,
dictates the Lieutenant would be subjecting I statutes and institutions bore the impress of I brought. It was I lie: first time any one had were, on having been filled gossiper and backbiter who merit aught but I .,
road obscure and difficult creek in
accountofbe'aleJ
daunted a the rider lay himself to much damage and blame. His his great mind ; deprived by death of his splendid I ever seen Aaron Burr undermanned. The up by accumulating.In our pity and highest contempt

route.information Nothing the, forks and eager.howj manner was firm, his air majestic, and his wife ; his only child then on the distant bold attempt to escape, its failure and the this way, the place of the ancient forum has But our intention is to instruct as wel as t
fought as to ,
language:; impressive : but the firm young officer coast of Carolina ; his professional pursuits treatment he received, produced these sudden been filled up at least fifteen feet. The land to amuse the youth of the community en
the creek. this time the fire
(roil By re-
: told him that his mind was made up-he abandoned and his fortune swept from him ; emotions. at the base of the Tarpeian Rock is so much dca\or to bring about a reform, to rectify false
Jt'd with wood threw blaze: in
light a I
the jl.l'IHII face of the traveller the door.Hi must accompany him to his quarters, wherehe the magnificent scheme of the conquest of I The guard were much alarmed for fear filled up, that the modern traveller is prone customs, to arouse as well as to advise the old ".
nearest
.- would be treated with all the respect due Mexico uprooted, and the fragments dispersed ; Burr would be rescued in South Carolina.Malone .- lo think, that it would be far from certain to discharge their duty, and more especially to t :i

Hi* countenance was like diamond highlyiuteresting: lie!' rodea the ex-Vice President of the United Slates so slandered and hunted down from one end of : and Henry advised the purchase of death to be thrown from its top. I i it not, as severely criticise the foibles! and follies of the ;'I :

splendid eyes sparkled horse with fine saddle and: holsters. long as he made no attempt to escape. \\'ill!. I the (Union to the other-all these things!! were i a carriage. The former took charge of the formerly, 73 feet high, with heaps of rocks age. For the faithful performance of this, t:

His dress that of I out further remonstrance Col. Burr became a sufficient to weigh down an ordinary being.! guard and proceeded on while Perkins returned / In the Northeast part are extensive we must observe that we are necessarily compelled [\
was a very plain countryman, i and I and sink him to Col. to village and purchased a pig. The next and the West to before and .
but beneath his prisoner, separated from the two gentlemen : an untimely grave. gardens, on side of them are the place you a general extensive f
coarse pantaloons protrudeda
pair of fashionable! boots. His striking I I riding with him. The party reached I i Burr however was no common man. In day But was placed in this vehicle and was residences of the English and American in- picture which will certainly include a J'vast

countenance, together with the strange mix Fort toddart in the evening, and the prisoner i the morning he rose cheerfully and pursuedhis driven without further incident to Fredericksburg habitants. The palace! of the Pope is near variety of figures and shades, of all sorts, ,

ture of his apparel: and equipage, produced: in'' was shown his apartment, where he took journey. Although guarded with vigil Va. Here despatches from President the centre of the city. The church of St. sizes, and colors. We are aware that most !

the mind of Perkins vivid and I dinner alone. Late in the night; Col. Burr ance, his few wants were gratified as far as Jefferson required Perkins to convey t the pris- Peter i is on the west side :' it is 750 feel long persons are fond of portraits as likenesses of FI

and as they rods elf permanent he remarkedto suspicions heard a groan in an adjoining room. He they could be, and he was treated with respect I oner to Richmond. The guard took the I and 5oO feet wide, and will hold 52QOO"peo- I themselves, but are generally apt to decry its 1

Malone\ ; "That is Aaron Burr." "How rose, opened the door, and approached the and kindness. The trail being narrow, as are stage and soon reached that place. The ladies ple. It cost 30,000,000. The statue ofSt.'Peter imperfections at first sight, if nbt done pre. ,

do know !'' "I have read a descriptionof bedside of Mr. George S. Gaines, who was all Indian highways, Burr rode in the middle, of Rcmond'itd with each other in contributing I stands not far distant. I was for cisely to their notion. Now we would very ,

him you in the proclamations and I am certain'tis suffering from sickness. Burr's manner was having a part of the guard in front and the ale of Cu!. Burr. Some merly a statue of Jupiter, and changed politely I say, don't imagine that every piece i is I ,

he. lIe must he apprehended. Let us I kind to him, he felt his pulse, offered his services others behind him all in single file. The I sent fruit, some clothes, some wine, home one by one of the early Popes into that of the intended for you, "and hollow before you are t i.f'

follow him to Ilinson's and take measures for I I, said that lIe had travelled much and route lay about eight miles south of the present thing, sore another. Perkins andillii] men apostle by some mysterious power,, without struck" because it may paint you to life, but t ,

his arrest." :Malone remonstrated the knew something of medicine. They entered I city Montgomery)", then an Indian town went to Washington, were paid for their services changing its material substance in the least ; pleasantly pass your ill humor, b.? laughing at i

folly of such! an expedition at so late upon an hour into a sprightly conversation. Burr asked called Enconcharte, meaning: Red Ground. and returned to Alabama by way of which gave rise to the remark of the wag the spleen of your neighbor This is what :

of the night, and declined to him. questions about the country and the Choctaw 1811, General Wade Hampton cut out the Tennessee.Col. that it was formerly the statute of Jupiter, andit may be caled" the milk of human kindnes. f
accompany Indians whom Burr arrived at Richmond on the 2Gth is that of Jew-Peter Like of certain I
The impulsive! Perkins now waked Theo. among Mr. Gaines lived as Federal road" along this trail, which was still. The report that a excelent paper
up United States t factor. The March, 1807. For the want of testimony he the Toe of this has been entirely we respectfully and
dore Brightwell, the sheriff; then asleep in an next day Burr, being well known to early settlers as the only high. great statute very very consequen ;f
adjoining house. Both mounting their horses, introduced to the wife of the commandant, way in South Alabama. The guard passed: was not ]placed on trial for treasm" until worn away by the lips of the Catholics is tially say, that we are certainly the most talented I

they took the road to Col. H inlion's. The a daughter of the late Judge Harry Toulmin, hy the site of the present Mount Meigs, and the 27th August. On the 1st. ,Sept." the jury not exactly true. It is a Prqtestant slan writer for the Budget of I.ers, because i
dined with the family and enlivened the whole returned verdict of"not guilty.). der. Yet it is true that the repeated kissesof there i is no one but ourself. Like the Pope ,
night was bitter cold, and the pine {forest( slopped! at the house of "old Milley\ the w
party with his wit, and sprightliness and elegant the faithful for hundreds of years, have of Rome we shall undoubtedly claim infal!:. s,
moaned, and) moaned again, the most lone former wife of a British soldier, wlio, with her
some and melancholy sighs! discourse. In the evening he played husband, in 1770 left the barracks at Savan- TECTI) I worn it away considerably.! No Catholic. bilily, and like the Emperor of Morocco,despotically t
chess with :Mrs.\ Gaines it without kiss it. To exact submissive obedience. For
I with whom he was passes stopping lo see
nah and
the
The two reached Col. HinsonV came to Creek nation. She had Pay particular attention to your teeth. By
strangers often a frequent in that do that is bad these reasons, we shall contemn all criticism, ,
competitor ignorant people enough
interestinggame. poor ;
in safety about eleven o'clock at night, and long been a resident of these wild'woorh, this I mean, simply, cleanse them with a sotZbrush
I : Of nights he sought the of but to see men of learning and science, and of and yield to no wordy scribbler. Notwithstanding
company the
in
hailed the now lying Montgomery. Her and water in which little
at The county a common
gate. moon was now up the invalid who had became exceedingly at. sal cultivated minds, like the Pope and Cardinals we wish "it plainly understood, that ,; '
and Mrs. Hinson husband at this time, a colored named dissolved the last before at
rising from her bed, saw man is thing you
tached to Col Burr. During their midnight I constantly approaching this image with all we du not intend to rack our brains and strainour
through the window their saddle bags and tin Evans, was employed by Pet kins to pilot the night. This simple direction, faithfully followed ,
conversations, often and often would the heartof reverence, and wiping this toe with their memories in giving an account of our
and knew trax'ellers. party across the dangerous Creeks' Line Cu. will the teeth good till *
they were She ordinarily keep
cups I
Geo. S. Gaines selves for that think is '
grieve over the misfortunesof handkerchiefs, kiss it, wipe it again and we particularly nobody's
bahatchee and Calebee all of which had I this because if goon
made no answer, because her husband was they old urge neglected
age. 'oult
this great man. During the time they their way, is quite beyond endurance. One business, for many reason;)-1st, because e
to swim. It was a perilous and the the results Your
not at hom('. The strangers went into the fatiguing following: are :-
were together, Colonel; Burr at- have with them. we think it concerns no one-2dly.
never can no patience ;
kitchen, where a large fire was still blazing. once march,and {for( days the rain descended in chilling breath wifl! inevitably become offensive fromdefeirc
ludcd to his arrest, his troubles or his future because we are in public because l
Perkins and Hrightwell hove in : torrents upon these unsheltered horsemen, teeth ; comfort will be destroy business-3ly.
shortly sightof
your
; I From his I would fj
plans. net ,
early youth it had been his DR. IN LONDON.When we give ';
impartal
the dx\elling. The former recollecting thetravellers collecting in rivulets and swimming them at cd h frequent toothache ; your health will CIALIER \ .
)
custom to conceal of ourselves because hold
relation not .
things in to him- -4thj we ?
I Hundreds of Indians of teeth masticate Dr. Chalmers first visited London, I .\
point. to
for
had been him at the cabin declined belt and he every throngedthe I suffer want good your ourselves be.
always endeavored throw responsible to one-othly, !
to an trail, and in a moment the could last least the hold that he took on the minds of men any 1
not early
to go in the house, but sent Brightwell, whom air of o\'cr his party food ; anc, though you .wi indebted and
acts. i cause we are to none-Gthly
mystery ,
he requested to return to him at a certain have been shot down ; but the fearless Perkins loose your teeth, and thus your public sp ak- was unprecedented. It was a time of strong f;
place in the woods, after he had ascertained I. After Col. Burr had been safely conductedto l bore on his distinguished prisoner amid lag will be irretrievably injured. These may political f feeling ; but even that was unheeded, lastly, becauso know we business believe that who no one wli a't,

whether the person was Burr, or not. :Mrs.\ Fort Stoddart, the indefatigable Perkins angry elements and human foes. In their affairs now, but the habit of ne and all parties thronged to hear the Scottish care to our or we art. '
smal the
ser Now for the benefit of
Hinson recognizing the voice of the sheriff; departed Wakefield, and caused the arrest journey through Alabama, they always sleptin glect wi assuredly bring bitter repentance, preacler. The very best judges were not particular said public "
/ (to
of Burr's travelling companion who was a the woods of reed the for the that heard. we intend, (as we already ,) \
who was her relation, rose aujj opened the near swamps upon which when too late to remedy neglect.- prepared display they make their business because it :
door, saying how glad she was to eec him, as I I Maj. Ash)}'. Justices William II. Hargravc the belled and hobbled horses fed during: the Todd. Canning and Wilberforce went together, and with minds suits ours, inclinations agrees and ." i

two strangers had stopped at the house, and and John Caller placed him undera guard, from night. After a hastily prepared breakfast, it got into a pew near the door. The elder in our our J
All this intend to
her husband being absent the felt alarmed- whom he fled in the night, and made his way was their custom again to remount and marchon A Good Example.-Our readers will re- I attendance stood alone by the pew. Chal) I do gratifies fir our pleasures.but we for their i

Brightwell) repaired to the kitchen, found the rapidly to Tennessee where he became engaged in gloomy silence, which was sometimes collect ttat not long since a quarrel occured I. mers began in his usual unpromising way by nothing convenience, more amusement particularly and information. r

mysterious traveller sitting by the fire with in taking testimony for Burr's trial at broken by a remark about the weather, the between two of the njembers of the French stating a few nearly self evident propositions, special. this there + ?j*

his head down and a hankerchief partly con Richmond. The distinguished prisoner had creeks or the horses. Col. Burr was a splendid National Assembly in which one struck the neither in the choicest language nor in the Understanding we hope I' ,
fore dear reader that will travel
cealing his face. His companion had gone I been confined at the Fort for three weeks be. rider, sitting firmly in the saddle, and always other iu the face. This affair, so common in most impressive voice. "If this be all," said listless, hour together, in we many a )'.

to attend to the horses. A hasty supper was fore Lieutenant Gaines completed his, arrange. on the alert. He was also a hardy lrv.cUer. our (House of Congress as to create but slight Canning to his companion, .it will never do."

prcpaircd in the main building which was a ments to convey him to Washington city.- Although wet for hours with cold and sensationand never to be visited by anythingbut Chalmers went on-the shuffling of the congregation good honor, mirth, I

double log house, and the strangers sat downo The difficulties were great. There were no clammy rain, riding forty triles, a day, and at a torual reproof and rarely ever by that, gradually subsided. Ho got into Soft complaisance,and wit f rum-malice free, .

it. The elder gentleman thanked the lady roads, no carriages, no ferries, and few men night stretched upon the bare ground upon a produced a great in the National the mass of his subject-his weakness became united by the strongest! .lnk of friendship i' :

in the most courteous terms for her kindness, could be found in the sparsely settled country thin pallet, yet in the whole distance to Rich Assembly. Proceedings were at one instituted strength-his hesitation was turned into energy from the beginning of our first to that ofour n

and apologized for the trouble they had im. who would undertake a journey so long and rnond, the impenetrable Aaron Burr was never to inquire into the facts, to punish the ; and bringing the whole volume of his last. t '

posed on her. His conversation was most perilous over savage lands. Finally Col. heard to complain that he was sick or even guilty party, and avenge the violated dignityof mind to bear upon it, he poured forth a torrent Flemington,Florida, June, 1SBurlfson '.

agreeable and Mrs.. Hinson soon discoveredthat Burr left the For, under guard, and proceededin fatigued. At the Chuttahoochie was a crossing tho legislative body. We now see, by the of the most close and conclusive argument ;.

the gentleman and his attire e'id not CON a Government )boat up the Alabama river place, owned by an Indian name Marshal. Paris Correspondent>nt of the National Intellige.ncer brilliant with all the exuberance of an .A*rested--We are informed{ that .

respond. (Hit attention was often directed to and into the Tensaw lake, with Lieutenant The effects of the expedition were carier! that the tribunal before whom Eugene: imagination which ranged over all nature for Burleson was taken in a hammock near Mican. f. ,!j

BrgLt\\'cJJ.: who stood before the, fire and at Gaines, and stopped at the house of Mr.\ John over the river in canoes and the swam Raspacl, the representative who struck another illustratons, and yet managed and applied opy where he had camped for the night,by Mr. l f
.1l Mills. Here fcomc ladies seeingthe alongside. In this has sentenced him to and each of them with the same unerring dexterity that he is \ .
h'hom he cast the keenest glances, evidently wept upon manner they crossed the was tried, a fine Childs, of Ocala and at present 1.
endeavoring to read his thoughts. A mornen.tiry low estate to which this great man was Flint and Ocmulgee. Arriving at Fort Wilkinson tiro years' imprisonment for lire public outrage as if that single one had been the study of safely lodged in Ocala }ail. His coadjutor T b .'j :

separation taking place between the reduced, and one of them, Mrs. ark Johnson on the Oconee they entered the first and private violence We venture to say a whole life. At the cose. Canning's remarkto Meadows has delivered himself up, and can t 2 :

strangers after supper, Mrs. (Hinson I asked the named her son Aaron Burr. He is still ferry boat they had seen on the whole route.A that there will be no more rowdy scenes in Wilberforce wase have no preachinglike 1 be found at the same interesting lop.hy. #i.

younger one, Do I not have: the honor of alive, and he was not the only boy named few miles further on they were shelteredby tho National Assembly. Let our own Congress that in England." We are happy to learn that physicas. t. i;

entertaining in house the celebrated Col. Aaron Burr in the Mississippi Territory. the first civilized roof-a house of entertainment imitate this dignified example.-Rich. in attendance upon Mr. Madison t..Y t r
my
Burr." Confused and mortified, lie, gave Ler The ladies every where espoused his cause in kept by one Bevin. While break inond Republican. A MEDICAL WITNESS. far more favorable opinions as to his prospects \ "
the Southwestern new world. It is a promi. fast was preparing and while the guard of ], .
were
no but left the ; _
satisfactory answer, room.- At the late assizes for the county of Cornwall reconr. '
This neat and noble trait in the female character, seared around a large fire, the host, like all THE PRESS. By boat we learn that the ne t!
question was suggested by Hrightwell, a curious incident occurred of the force
to admire a man: of daring and generous im publicans on tho enquired from the victim oftbe of Bur '
who: had previously communicated his suspicions highway) ofhabit. A named Ward, the gro woman, brutality 1 L )
to her. pulses, and to pity and defend him in his ad. whence they came. As they were from (he The press is a messenger of truth the her. evidence surgeon fur the benefit of gave twelveclodhopping leson and Meadows, who tore her to pieces 1V' ,
versities.At aid of science, the intepreter of letter, the amanuensis following [
settlements he
Early in the morning the mysterious per. "Bigbee immediately fall and the teacher of futuri. Cornish jurymen in relation to with their dogs, hw expired of her wonds.- '
the boat yard in the of upon the fruitful theme of the traitor Aaron of history, Jacksonville jViriM, June 16. .f
nonage, seeking a private interview, disclosed present county the of a testator's capability of executing a will :-.I
Baldwin State of Alabama the llurr. He asked if he had been taken Like the run it dispells gloom .
hire crew disembarked was ty.
Mrs. face
name: to Hinson, regretted the) ub- of and found him in erysipelatous inflammation, i
shade ,
.cencc of her Lusburid, whom he had geen: at and here lived William and John he not a very bad man, and wasn't every bo. night rl'a irradiates the I ignorance the world and scalp of a dusky brown covered with fur. Arrival of Father .Matthew.- The New +

'Natchez said he was discovered and would Pierce natives of New England, who had dy afraid of him ? Perkins and his party po floo of knowledge of en extends his;intellectual i furaccoua scales, the resul of the of York Tribune, dated 3 P.M. on Thursday,

!nwcut his jmirnpy, but had intended pas. several years before established one of the first were'er much annoyed and embarrassed, dilates vision perceptions his man heart, with sensi- the cuticle ; tongue .ark brown pelng. ; says The packet ship.Asbbnrton.hc .

u:r a w.. fk with Col. II itllon. After en. cotton gins in Alabama, and a trading establishment. no reply. Burr was sitting in 1 his mind, inspires with thought and endows pulso 120, and thready ; slight subsultus jay sailed from Liverpool on 21t ., was repor '

'. '! 'he! route tP n"acola.und Mrs. Cars ; Gaines gave: the command of the corner by the fire with his bead down ; lie hity. and and omniscience! (humanly citation ; low muttering delirium ; answered ted below this afternoon. '.We undertandtbat '
kwn' intended Burr to Washing now raised and planting his fiery eyes upon past present 'Hughes and Rev. Dr. Pike have
? < 4111, the& Tombigby' he called for guard, to.convcy i it directs his to the when roused sometimes coherently, some Bishop :
writing materials and indited several letters. ton city, to, Col. Nicholas Perkins, lawyer, Bevin said : I am Aaron Burr ; what is i ] of speaking fame and,) discovers to biro way the path times incoherently ; ,be was in a sleepy, co. gone down the Bay to meet the distinguished ,
with 1" Bevin. struck! ,with temple "
His His Thomas want me "
late from Tennessee. men were you and moribund.
companion was despatched on the hack Lions holy bill. mature state, clearly ranger.
route for torn purpose. lIe returned about Malone, formerly'a clerk in the land: 1 office at t appearance: the keenness of his look, tho so. by angela trod to



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,---:,1 -- -- remarkable degree of'" modest assurance"inwishing : Death of Ex-President Polk.:
: OF THC FRENCH- PREStDI:' fidence that who took this TilE TURPENTINE BUSINESS. THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL.A. I
u4)S.\GI no une preparatorycourse the first: Gorernor to decide otherwise. At a meeting the citixeni of TaIJahUU8!

The French Pteaide t'. message to the new was lost amongst my children's slaves. Tbe following comtunicaticn is from an Would such decision with ille- and vicinity, held at the Capitol on
Ministry fill four columni of ibu European It:t is my opinion thai no personvill take chol. who have E. MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON, not a stamp Monday
can
experienced Turpentine man, 2d of July to render imo'nials
day ,
: It ofthe second session of the appropriate te
1 mea. The President bit mtfuge, U)'" era, \\ hose liver is in healthful action. IIi no other object in writing than to benefit the EDITORS AND:< PROFRIETOKS. gallity every act

that M it is the destiny of I France to bake the i evidently an atmo pheric disease, often :assura.ing pine region to which he refer! We would ---- -- -- -- -- first Legislature ? If so, the lion. 'fhomasDouglas of respect to the late JAM K. POUt

whole world when the rhall be totaled, and the character: of an endemic, from local respectfully call the attention of our readers to 7 1849. is no Judge, for that body elected him.Gen. lion. Thomas Baltzell was called to the chair:,

to tnnquilizo it when he tha.ll be in a tale causes, which favor its deleleiious quality or the facts! disclosed, and remark: for the 'benefit Saturday, July--, .--- -- Brown has not jet qualified as Cover- and D. P. Hogue, Esq. requested to act
of its as
of peace ;" and adds, A* soon as shall hate render its subjects more susceptible in. of those owning large bodies of pine land, Secretary.
be dis. flu absence the week until a nor, for 3/r. Doulas had no more right to
power tome important questions: must fKe. that have been heretofore regarded as but of 0rOur during

., .ussed respecting various European in .tiers little value, that the day may be near at hand short time before going lo press is our excuse!! administer an oath than Billy Bowlegs or Sam On motion of Mr. llilton, it "ax
the Rhino and and from Denmark Ruisia-H r Resources, Debts, Ac. of Rejoined That the Chairman
beyond Alps ; when they will find themselves the owners ,, for want editorial matter. Jones. appoint a
toSicilj there is an interest fur us lo reicrve The New Orleans! Bulletin Pennsylvania MJS : mines more sure, ifnot quite so profitaifjj, as Whether the decision ofthe first legislaturewas Committee to draft Resolutions! expreisire of

and an influence for cs to exercise."- From a notice in the Enquirer those of California : Effect of the Foreign News. the sense of lbs citizens on the
uf! sketch cf Russia, by Col. C. S. Todd, right or wrong we say boldly that it shouldbe occasion of
tbe i hicb a and
After rerwtvinj important events MK. EDITOR Thinking readers
your
; you The Hibernia's news had the effect to in. he death ofthe late Chief
have taken place in Europe dcring tbe past ; we collate a few facts in relation to this extensive might feel an interest in the following: adhered to, having been once made, rather Magistrate of ifclepublic. ,

year, the message goes on as toUow.t empire with which the United States information, it is at your service, to put it in crease prices of cotton half a cent per poundin than overwhelm the state with the confusion .

Home a revolution was expected, uhich created I by commercial intercourse, is becoming eve. : your columns or under lour table, as you think New York city, with large::; ales. and mischief which would] result from unset. Whereupon Messrs. R. B. Hilton, 31. .\;

great emotion in the Catholic and liberal ry The year closer connected.of Ru..ia amounts to 113 they may beet de ire. Money i i. abundant in Wall street. tling it. For our part we doubt not thai it Long, T. J. Perkins, T. J. Heir and J. B.
vror'.d.: In fact for two we were ac. revenue 3511U'tO'l'CR.FENTINE.BOx :'' .
years METHOD TO BF. OBSERVED; ix: Bull
., customed to behold in Holy See, a Pontiff I, 000,000 silver rubles! -derived from tho following : the tree after the sap i 31 gone fJT MEDICUS A. LONG, Esq., has cor nt.1 was right. were appointed said committee.Tbe .

whose name was repeated in hymn of grati.I'' sources : Silver Ru&les.Capitaton down and stop before it rises" ; therefore it ed to deliver a funeral Oration on the death I from the Savannah Georgian, July Id. Committee, after having retired, ro.orted .

tude from one end of Italy to the I Serbs 20,000,000Tax will require more hands to box thai it will to President Polk. The ability and literary p the following Resolutions, which war
was the symbol of liberty-a guerdon of alii tax on work the trees. A good hand will: cut from Arrival of the Steamer Hibernia, unanimously adopted :
in lieu of of this gentleman, togetherwith
on personal acquirements
hopes, when suddenly we learn with astonishment peasants service 16,000,000 50 to 60 quart: boxes a day : some expert ax- One week Later from Europe.Our 1. Resolred, That in the unexpected deathof
that that Sovereign who was lately the in cut 100, but it is his long and intimate personal acquaint.
men practice, may very ,
idol of bis people, had been compelled to fly Custome for St. Petersburg, other seldom such hands are to be found. Care ance with the deceased, point him out as ad Telegraphic; despatch was received last Ex-Pre&ident POIK, the Republic has lost

secretly from his capital. These acts of aggression ports not included, 15.869,904 14,500,000 should be taken to cut the box on the straightside tni rally suited for the undertaking. Notice night at 11 o'clock, dated Baltimore June 29, one of its most distinguished! statesmen and

0 which obliged' Pius to quit Home, ap. Salt Brandy tax,tax, 30,500,000 of the tree. Some trees wiil: contain will hereafter be given of the time and place Washington city June 30,10.15 P. M. patriotic citizens, one who will long be re.

pearcd to the eyes of Europe the work of con- 2,000,000 from 1 to 4 boxes, owing to the size of it.- .. The vires have been down on the route, rnernbered for his connection with some of '
of the !
rather than the movement of the Stamps, taken leave from 4 to 6 I euog,
be to
epiraey peo. Care should which has the
Mint, 2,105,000 caused the delay. most remarkable] event in her .
pIe, who could not have cbanged in an instant inches of and bark between faces, so as history ara
Merchants' sap Fourth July in Tallahassee.In .
Per cent tax on capital Tbe tteamer Ilibernia arrived at Halifax nation.
from most lively enthusiasm to most affecting to the life of the tree. Cut the box

ingratitude. Catholic powers sent Ambassadors -I Tax), private mining in Siberia, 2.000,000 1.500,000 4 to preserve 41 inches deep, about 8 inches wide.- accordance with previous notice, an ad. yesterday!! afternoon. The Canada arrived at 2. Resohed, That we tender our sincere

to Gaeta to occupy themselves with grave 218 on poods of gold from Go down the stump ofthe tree so as to cut drew wa delivered on the -1th at the Capitol, Liverpool on Wednesday morning. The condolence to the widow of the' deceased m 't

interests of papacy. France ought to have. mines, in Siberia go'ern.mlmt 12: ,. the heart as little] as pos i1le. Clean out the by R. S. I Hayward: E>q. The Declarationof Caledonia was seen on Sunday afternoon, and her bereavement, feeling that what has fallenas
been represented 'here, but she listened without from the boxes that Turpentine .
000 silver rubles ach pood, 2,616,000 chirs and bark : your Independence was read by B. F. Allen, would reach Liverpool on Tuesday morning. a painful dispensation! of Providence
committing herself any course of action ; be free of them. The next work, upon
but after the defeat Navara, matters took a Total I after the may box is cut, is to guage, or corner, by. Esq. We had not the (pleasure of being present I The Cholera has again appeared in Eng he nation, is peculiarly terrible and affecting

more decided turn. Austria, in concert with 113,069,904 a few chops commencing in the edge of the but learn from those who heard it that land. upon her.
The public debt i is 500,000,000 rulles, or
Naples, answered to appeal of Holy Father, the tree it the the address creditable its author FR.\XCY.-\t Paris the cholera 3. Resolved
!: S22j.lJ; !?0.OOO exclusive!! of the railroad debt ot box, running up widening same was highly to is making That as a mark! of respect to
and were notified by the French Governmentthat debt is I I time, BO as to make a channel for the turpentine and to and audi the most desperate havoc. of the oftbe
i 50,000,000 rubies more. Tbe per. gratifying a large intelligent Upwards 11,000 memory deceased, and for !the irj,.
it should take it because their .
part, powers into the boxes. If the face is nearly
to
bad decided upon marching on Rome to j manetjt in its character. The Government I I a foot run wide, say from ten to eleven inches, tory. Having: listened to the beautiful Masonic I deaths have occurred. In one day there provement of the living; by having portrayed

re.establish the authority of the Pope in its ;! time.having The the privilege credit! of Russia of redemption is higher at than any j then your boxes, or nt least a part of them, I address delivered by the same gentle. were nine hundred cases and six hundred before them his virtues, :Medicos\ A. Long,

purity and simplici.'y.: Placed under necessity i i: that of any government in Europe.i I I will fill quickly, and you should! have your I! man last! winter, we can readily ,credit all deaths: reported., Marshal Bugeaud and oth- Esq.!! be requested by this meeting to delivera

explaining ourselves! we had but two.modesto i The articles of export are wheat, rye, barrels ready so as to dip as fast a* the boxes !i that is said in commendation of his lute effort.rThe eminent persons have fallen before the funeral Oration on some early occasion.

oppose ourselves in arms to every species sail djck tallow deal I fill. The next work, after tbe cornering: is I 4. Resohed
etc., That.
hemp, cordage, scourge. a committee be :
intervention, in which case we would break done, is to be done with a hatchet made for C Fourth of July was celebrated in appoint
etc. The country is admirably adapted (orpasturazethe The bill for tbe ed to wait Mr.
a with all Catholic! Europe for some abrogation ofthe Navigation on Long and desire his com.
peace the then comes the round 5han-,
I purpose ; Madison by a procession of the Sons of Tern-
common are timothy,
adrantae ofl oman Republic, which we bad ,!' clover blue and orchard grasses and cuitij you chip two or three times with a hatchet, Law }has passed the House Lords with. plianca with the request!! of this meeting, andto
grass are reading of the Declaration of Inde.
to recognize, or, leave combined forces to vated The irish is of keeping the face smoothe, then} becin!: with perance out material amendment, and received the appoint a time and give notice thereof.
re.establishattbeir will the papal authority, or j extensively. potato a pendence by George W. Call, Esq., and an
the round shave. Never into tbe tree
; superior quality and flourishing. I go Royal sanction. The bill goes into effect in The same persons to constitute a committee
to excrcitc our own notions to direct an independent Rer. :Mr. Crane. The address
wood Oration
and that
of the
t more than 2 or 3 grains by ,
there
i In different parts of the Empire arc I January.On of arrangements for that occasion.
action. The Republic adoptedthe: extensive manufactures of refined of should! bt repeated every eight or nine days, though hastily prepared, was a thrilling andeloquent ,I .
last mode the remains be told and the : sugar Wednesday insurrectionwas 5. Resolted, That the
: rest to the tree! than i an incipient: proceedings; of this
j glas 1, cotton, sheet iron, cotton and woollen ,'I never going up more one-eighth appeat.rc venture to predict for
difficulty! is still unsolved. good., fire-arms and cutlery. In tbe Ctitneai : of an inch at a chipping that is with the j! author in the attempted in Paris by about twenty thousand meeting be published in the papers cf Tallahassee !

Ttlegraphc'I the Charlatan Courier, 23
of sugar from beets. cut fresh, you may go over every seven daysas but was quickly suppressed by the to the widow of the deceased.

NEW OHLEANS, June 20-9, 42, A. M. The annual Fair at Mosco, for tbe exhibition !! many persons do. A hand can chip over Palmetto Division S. of T. at Madison, i i. troops, whose number amounted to In accordance with tho 4th Resolution the

The Crevasse will be closed this!! evening and barter and exchange of good, is attended his task in five days, soaie will in less tim eminently successful and Organized seventy ,
1
I hundred is task for hand prosperous. thousand. Several attempts were made to following gentlemen were appointed a com.
or to.morroThe water in the city is rap. I by two hundred thousand merchants,of! Twenty-five a a good ,
idly receding, while tbe river is rising. different nation!. j I then he has two days to dip, if his trees run j I II on tbe 19th April, it already number 63 erect barricades. In the evening the Assembly raittee : Messrs. T. J. Perkins J. B. Bull,

Cotton was dull yesterday-three hundred The Navy of Russia consists t of nearly well and are thick, he can dip three barrels a j I members-gentlemen whose character and itself permanence, and passed a decree B. F. Allen, Wm. Beard, and R. B. Hilton.

bales sold, without change in prices. I day. if not, from two to two and a half. The indubitable assurance that this
any three hundred ships! -!some! of them} SO, and a I standing give declaring Paris in a state of siege on Tie meeting then adjourned.
Mr. Chinn who has received the I timber for barrels should be got in the winter, :
appoint. few of 120 The Emperor takes will be followed by sub.
I guns. great auspicious beginning Tbunda '. The alarm has sub. THOS. BALTZELL
) considerably Chair'n.D. .
ment of Charge to Naples! left to-day for interest t in tbe Marine, and is multiplying staves 32 inches long the heading wide, so as ,
Washington. I j I idly the number of war steamers. rap. to make, when round, 17j inches; across ; a sequent triumphs. sided, and business, which was immediately P. HOGUE, Secretary. i

Capt. Bradley! of the scbr. Friendship, I I| The armexcecd in numbers that e-f anyJ ,, common cooper will make from four to six. famous suspended! was generally resumed. At one rLate-.- ---

tried for tbe murder of Fanney Darly, has J: power in Europe. The regular force, which, I good barrels a day. An average crop to the :TIELLo.Ionticdlo\ ; so for time the panic was imminent. Numerous ar. from California. '
been found without hand is barrels which varies in its 4th of July] celebration, did not allow the
200
guilty, being subject to i
per year
i in 1641 has been Late advice from
I was nearly 1,000,000, re. I rests have taken place, including several California have been received .
:
capital punishment, and has been recommen. dixed.to 700,000; o't, these} 100 to 150,000 are I prices from 82.50! to 84 per barrel as prices late anniversary!! to pass without due and hon. which while
members of the
I .
Assembly, Arago and Ledru they confirm the accounts
!
ded to mercy. employed on tbe frontier of the Caucasus, current will show. orable observance. Messrs. :Moseley and I II
The Texan Rangers have been organised, I Having had considerable experience in tbeTurpentine I Rollin }being among them. The last accounts of the abundance of gold: representthe !
,50,000 constitute the Imperial Guard: at St. I I Byrd, orator and reader, we are told, acquitted .
and will undertake protection oftb'e coun. : Petersburg, and the rest are stationed among business in North Carolina, and ; reported a state of tranquility. condition of things as most deplorable.No .-

try from the incursions of the savages, throughout the interior governments of this vast t Empire. j f having spent several months past t in an exami i ii themselves to the admiration of a large The city Rheirns is reported to be in a law but that violence prevailed. Gov.
the territory from Corpus Chrihti, in the, : i {nation of the pine forests! of Soirh Carolina assemblage.Once .
Tbe of Russia cousins of
tenor of
I Smith
Nobility some state full insurrection and to have established ernor who had attempted to introduce
vicinity of the Neucci, and to tie banks of the twelve the in rank the j and Georgia, I have experimented and give i I
grade ; highest are
> Rio Grande. I' defendants of the ancient Princes of the 1 as the results of my experiments tbe opinion, for all, we most solemnly protest against a government! of Red Republicans. Avery law and order ir.to the country, had been o-

Dukedom prior to the Empire, and those who I that no region of the world offers greater J in. being held re'ponsihle for our neigh i iLor's" alarming! demonstration on the part of bilged to take refuge on board the American
I I inducement to embark' in the business than the Red took the 13lh: vessels at San Francieco and the
Republicans place on soldiers
SEW ORT2&csJuno 22-11,45 I ; A. M. ;! are created 'by the Emperor, in consideration defects of understanding." As said i
of eminent service then Counts I the pine lands of these two t States. I have ; June and for time the revival of the terrible! durst hunted
I some public ; a notland./or they are doicn like
been
Accounts have received that (he Texas i found the pine trees in sections sonum. Dr. Johnson to an impatient interrogator, "I I II
i then an inferior grides of Princes. All ffi.cers many I insurrections of June ware: This account wants confirmationersifer
frem El Pawo del None i appeared probable.The -
!! expedition comprising
1 of tLc who reach the of emus as to be almost inexhaustible, while the I have &given you a reason, air! ; I can't give you I Ian i

lix Companies of the 3d Infantry: under ,I Colonel] are Army considered as ennobled grade; but j yield, }both fur quantity and quality of turpenj I understanding"-so say we to the Sentinel. I I aflur commenced on a demon3tration F. Smith is not the man. to flee from

command of.Major Van Horn, left San called j tine, is equal to any I have ever found in the i ii 1 got up r'.v the Red Republicans as a protest he face of a mob.
the circles
j society, as higher are con. Ifhe cannot comprehend our reuon'l I
the first instant. !
Antonio
on i best! regions North Carolina. Besides ibis, : from Rome. The following l letter i is in
sid! only of the first four or the grade*.- I and the of tbe Gov. I, published a Mex-
The Indians were still committing depredations ing; argument" on subject
Many of the Nobility have immense estates, ; these immense forests are adjacent navigable I j :i We learn that the French made an lean paper of the 12th June :
the Texas frontier army
on causing great a. : ernor's can't it-it isAii
help
streams:, or railroads, connecting with seaport term, we really
larm and great cornpaints! were made of the | land including than often they can ten cultivate.thousand serf, with more I markets, where the article will always enOl. t tI misfortune, not our fault. I,I attack on Rome on 30th May,and after a sac. MEXICO, June 4, 1?.t9.

want ofU. S. troops to repress tbe savages. mand I have remarked guininary engagement, in which the Romans :Mr. Editor left the
I The females of the wealthier clas cs are I remunerating prices. I The point which we made was (we repeatit -Having placers on the

r ''to havoc The Cholera the is inhabitants aid to :be making ofthe terrible interior highly} educated. The qualities for which the : with no little surprise, the apath.thatappcar., not for the purpose of explaining it,) that : lost t eight hundred men, succeeded in carry. 2olh of April and San Francisco the 1st of

among I Ladies merit particular! notice, convict in their ; to exist in regard to the advantages: would I : ing several very important posts. A series of May ; having seen with an impartial eye all
the first member
towns of Mexico.Report I the t first General Assembly!! ,
appear to result! to those sections of countryby that U now passing in California, I deem
graceful movements, neat costume, combining 'I i
attacks hare
say*that five hundred American in I richness with and unaffected turning a portion ofthe labor now engaged I of Congress, and the first Governor, elected since taken place, in which the it my duty to give to the public the truth in allis I

all, on their way to California, have been ncC!. simplicity man i in the cotton culture to the turpentine business. I under the Constitution of the State, stood on I victory i is variously stated, but in wh'ch the invading nudity. Although it :is of a nature cacu!&. f\

killed by the Indians in Mexico. requires but little reflection or calculation to ; army has suffered most. The French ted to alarm many persons who have rela. ,
The several
classes of persons consist t of precisely the same footing, as to the time from I
Tbo the Cambria have had
accounts by the benefits to be derived ( I I' ions and t
perceive ; or'Lai ofthe frit"nd. in that country, it however
merchants and handicraft publish conflicting may
shop! keepers, press reports operations
no effect on Cotton in New Orleans. The hear from that not which their term of service was to date ; andas I
cotton planters generally, others from
prevent to their
tradesmen. They all me a national coeturne ( ofthe but from received rushing ru-
market inactive bales sold. ; I army, accouts
was --only 700 I
hundred hundred and fifty to the whether it intended
than
to one question was in it
and more one perhaps-even may the means ot sa- f
rapidly improving in intelligence and b
are -
.. the 5th June it clear that Gen.
I I t to Oudi.
was
OJ be made the hand
dollars : viI their lives.
to
all the social virtues. can annually that their term should be lengthened or short. I

- NEW YOKE, June 22-5 P. M. I The Serf* amount to forty millions which by I the culture oi cotton. I am satisfied that I flied by the Schl'dute.V showed that the not had not then gained access to the city.- Gold is no extracted with a knife. In or. I
three tojfour: hundred dollars can be made clear i i There is no yielding on the der to obtain it, excavation must be made of
appearance
Cotton very firm at an advance of a quarter fifteen millions belong to the Crown.As I first Legislature decided that their term was !i
cf a ccn', with sales of 2,000 bales. I it respects the climate, the cold Reason to every hand put to the turpentine business. :' I part ofthe Romans.All yard (vara) or a >yard aa hal deep by the
II. B. to continue as though commencing with the
same dimensions wide with; and
Sales of Rice have been made cro\ybar !
at prices commeeces early in October and often con. the socialist and Red Republican jour.
ranging from 63J to 3J. tinueslill the first of May. The average cold \\JIamburg ll pf blican. October subsequent to the election. We pick-axes. These are dug in the bed of the 1

Corn and Flour are dull and depressed, on from the 1st of November to the 1st March; By Tt/ -graphfor the Baltimore Sun. showed that the first member of Congress decided i nals at Paris, have been suppressed, exceptthe rivers, or in their banks, and consequently in J

account ofthe larger receipts of both articles. is equal to the coldest! week in our winter, at PHILADELPHIA, June 23.-The Board of. the same way, for by resigning he pro. National. a shcrt time they are filled with water-this ;

Treasury Notes are quoted at 116J.) New tbe North, whilst! many weeks there are twiceas I Health have reported' 40 cases and 13 deaths red that he considered himself a member of Kossuth has arrived in Pescb, and has been inconvenience does not exist in the dry dig. !

Loan at 117j.$ There i is no alternation in I cold, ranging from 15 to 25 degs. of Reau. i cholera for the 24 hours ending at noon the received in Capital as President of the Hungary gings. The laborers up to their knees in ;
the 29th and of the 2Sth
Exchange. mer, which is 2J! Fahrenheit. The nights} to-day. So far, it will be observed, that the not Congress ; Republic. water, are exposed during the cay to a heat as

There has been no increase of Cholera inNew j are long-from 4 o'clock in the evening, to S number deaths, in proportion to tho number existence of the latter havingaiready expired. powerful that of the tiara nle in :Mexico \

York or Philadelphia, and no cases as I in the morning.: The sled is in constant use II of cases, smaller here than in any other city in (The action of the Council and of the Constitutional In Baden, a revolutionary] struggle is now ; and during the night, when the cold i i6

yet in Baltimore. in the winter,and it is acheerfulexercise when which the disease has yet appeared, which Committee in saying that a memo ing full pay.Liverpool. severe they sleep under a tent if they have
is in furs. Cotton Market, June 16.-:Mar\ one, or which u often the C nre compelled
one wrapt peaks well for our physicians. :!
The Encounter between Catsius .1 f. ber of the 29th Congress should bo elected, to it in the air. I
Clay of pass open Such is the true
The Russia is remarkable
summer as as CINCINNATI: : June 23.-The cholera ket quiet but steady. Sales 4690 bales.-
and Cyrus Turn r.-.rhe Maysville Eagle I pre. .I only] accords with our own views, and makes I state of things. Some lucky individuals col-
the winter the influence of the
Spring being tails to an alarming extent, and is rapidly on Fair Uplands are quoted at four and three
gives the first detailed account that we have scarcely felt. Not n bud is seen before the the increase. During) the 24 }hours endingat the point stronger upon which we are insisting lee gold, but unfortunately the greater num.
teen of this fight. of and the full.blown leafis of eights and four and a halfpenny. Fair Mo. her do not obtain sufficient to defray their expenses .
let May, found 1st noon on the 25th, there were 150 cholera that October 45 is designated in the
** The particulars,as we l learn them by bile four and five eights. New Orleans four which are enormous and the
pas. June. The growth of vegetables is remark interments in all-of which l'0=! were Ger. I Schedule. For had the previous October ; man
singers in the stage are these: Mr.: Clay, I them tender. The and eights who can return home_ in health with
ably rapid, rendering man and Irish( emigrants. I seven pence.A goo
while making an emancipation speech, w&.1! I been intended, then the act of the Council and what he has*brought consiJer
nights are the reverse of those in sinter.- During the 24 hours ending at noon on the may
called a liar" by some one in the crowd. |: You may read at midnight, and the people I 26th, there were 99 deaths from cholera It'. i the proclamation of Committee should have Case for the Consideration of Fanatics.A himself fortunate i indeed.

lie rushed from the eland in the direction of walk in the streets until 11-at one o'clock! ported. and 39 from other diseases.: Tho! I required the election of a member of the 29th colored woman by the name of Ellody, Labor at the mines is that of a galley slare;

the voice, and was met by Turner who snap- I' dawn commences, and the sun is up at two, actual deaths, however, for the latter period and not of the 29th Congress. It certainly is who belongs] to an estate entrusted to the man. the most robust man cannot stand it a month.

ed also pistol a three twice limes when at Clay.he"threw Clay's pistol having set the previous evening at nine. For arc considerably howc 'r, for the latter peri not intended to be urged that the Council or I agement of Hugh Nelson, esq. of Petersburg, ., Upper California, the fertility of which has
snapped it down been
much lauded
so is on the of
six weeks in midsummer, the heat is od six ofth, contrary f
his Bowie knife oppres. are considerably more, as cenete. the Committee could (tho Constitution Va. returned to Richmond last I
drew and at the first! blow I change voluntarily deplorable sterility when with the
sivo in the sun from 11 to 3, but you sleep un. Ties are not returned. compared
ripped open Turner's abdomen. As Turner der a coverlet, and thus find the invigorating i The disease is fearfully on the increase. I ( But that instrument requires the mem. week, in a vessel from Boston. The Rich: Mexican Republic. It is a country where

was falling, Clay raised his knife to strike effects of which you are denied in the regions' Business is very dull, owing in a great degree her of Congress to enter upon his duties in mond Times says :- sufferings and privations only are to be en.
when his was caught and held
again, arm countered.
of the tropics. to the ofthe dreadful October. Our it "This in
prevalence scourge opponents say was October woman was formerly employed
and dirk knife plunged in his breast by some I insert .
a therefore
to these
beg you, fugitive ;
now in our midst. the family of:Mr.\ Thomas A. Rust of this
one in the crowd. Turner sent word to Clay I A Taylor Apointment.-Tbe I Hon.George of'44. Then Mr.\ Yulee was not a member remarks. JUAN REDDING.Look .
The Board of Health has not reprted for in the capacity of miad, and as such ,
ac.
afterward that he would tell him who stabbed Folsom, of New York, has been appointed of the 20th Congress We contend with the I city .
Mr. R. and his to the
family
to-day.
yesterday or companied city
him in case both recovered, otherwise he Charge d'Afliiires at Hague, in place of Ma. ST. Louis,June 27.-The excitement pro. Committee that ho wacA member of the 29th I I Boston, in September last. During the sojourn out for hm
would not tell him. Davezac, recalled. Mr. Folsom first The :Macon cautions the
jor ac. duced in this city by the spread cholera, is. Congress, and show the consistency between of Mr. Rust's family in that city several Messenger people
Other accounts thai it Turner distinction at the of
was quired political period the .
say
intense. A tremendous meeting of our citi. their decision and the requirements of the generous and and philanthropic 'friends oLiberty' Georgia and Florida against a rogue travelling
and not a third person, who stabbed Clay.( Philadelphia church burnings, and tbe New
; zens was hell last night, for the of the to assert about off the
purpose prevailed upon woman passing upon unsuspecting
The following private telegraph despatch is I York Whig and Nativist coalition. He was Constitution, which cannot be done in accor.
adopting immediate measures to mitigate tbe her to liberty and consenting, the case
.. ,the latest intelligence from the ecene of con the first and only Senator ever elected by the farther of the cholera us. dance with tbe reasoning on the other side.) right before; the tribunals.Mr. counterfeit gold coin. He is represented!! as.
brought -
) flict: Nativist faction, the fortunes of which gradually progress among We assert again that if the article of the was. Rust was subjected to proper some vexation and "being a good looking, genteelly dressed pe.-

LEXINGTON, June IS, 111 j m. sunk until it attached itself the fortunes Slaves Wanted in California.-Wo gave son. He travelled in a fine carriage with
.. Schedule designates the October before tbe delay, and finally returned to this city with his
Mr.Turner died on Sunday morning, at 2 of Gen. Taylor. That anti-prescriptive pros. an extract the that other day, says it the BaltimoreSun declared election, then :Mr.\ Yulee's election was for family, leaving Ellody to the tender mercies two horses, and said that he was passing;from
has it in showing though
criplionist seems, sympathies com. was
o'clock. It ii said that will .
Clay certainly friends. She
of her
of California would exclude the of time from October '44 newly acquired expressed Savannah to Tallahassee. Upon investigation
mon\Vith Nativiem-as the bestowment of the (bdpeople slavery, only space to .
recover. Collectorsbip in Philadelphia and in New yet a merchant at San Francisco, from llbode MarcbT3d, '45. For had he been elected in contrition for her her conduct, and having however, it was ascertained that he.had
heart's
the to content has
-I 1 Calomel, Cholera end Cause ofthe! Disc. York, and this appointment to Holland as re. Island, had bought a negro woman ahd child October, 1844, to enter upon the duties of returned seen to elephant'this city, preferring to remain in come from Augusta!! or some point below on*
The is from let. wards to that faction fully attest the for $1900. In addition, L. W. Boggs, for.
appoin.tees :
following an extract a his office immediately after his election,"(the servitude here rather than enjoy liberty in the river, through Scriven and Bulloch' coun
from Louisiana who is also however, being gentlemen whose Nat. rnerly Governor Missouri, and now residentof
ter a planter, an ,
still
Boston. It is understood however that El. ties. It is highly probable that he
may
.1 direction of the Constitution then
in letter friend in positive ,)
eminent phisician : ivism was only a higher development of California, says, a to a
4+ I think it probable that the cholera has Whiggery. I. Missouri\ : being a member of tbe :28th Congress, his lody, together with all the slaves left by her be somewhere in South-Western Georgia or

.. destroyed a full tenth of tbe slaves of Louisi Major Davezac, who is thus supplanted, is I "In connection, let me say, if your sons term would have necessarily expired long be. deceased mitted and owner sent,out has ofthe been State.or will" be manu Florida, and the public are cautioned to lookout

: d ana. My children have lost but one old man. gulity of three offences-he is a foreigner by will bring but two or three negroes, who can fore the date of his letter of resignation. for him."

I* It attacked their' first, which )put me on the birth, a patriot in deed and sentiment, and a I work and attend at a hotel, your brother will
shown that both ihe General War Women. The Westchester Republican .
alert to guard mine by preparing them for the. Democrat. I pay cash for them at a good profit, and take it Having first As. upon The last accounts state that Gen. Scott

attack. This I did by giving each of them lie is known throughout the Republic as a I asa great favor." sembly nudjirst member of Congress had de. states that Sarah E. Surret, postmistress continues( dangerously ill from chronic diarrhoea .

from five to ten or twelve grains of calomel, '. scholar, and a warm friend to American in. I A San Francisco letter from a New Yorker, cided-the first literally, the second virtuallyand Howard. Centre county, has been removed contracted while in Mexico.

with ten to fifteen grains morphine at night. stitutions. He signalized his devotion to his. writen in April, also says : -( that decision having been acquiesced and a good Whig appointed in her -

.' The discharge of dark bile the next morningwas adopted country, by his courage in 1 8 1 5, whenhe : "Good boji that a man could hire cheapare General1'Gaines
i ill,) that 'the October, intended was that sub. place. We presume the cause ofher removal Oz7- The death of Major
incredibly large. The old man alluded was baptized with fire and blood in the I wanted. A good negro would do well.-
to was the only grown person who did not : battle of New Orlc&nt.-Richmond En. I If I could buy a good slave South, be, would sequent to t the day of the first electron, we left was,;that she took an active part in politic creates no vacancy in the army the office he

h take tie medicine ; and I can affirm wIth con. I quirsr. I be a good thing ill could keep him." it to .bo inferred that the Whigs exhibited a *, and was. a brawling Locofoco fillet! expiring with ,him.

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Danger of Spirit Drinking. [FOR THE rXOBIDIAN fc JOURNAL.] works of art, was repulsed from our own soil, .From the H'akullt Time, July 4th. PROSPECTUS OF THE THE GALPIN HOUSE. i _

During a discussion on Cholera at a late EX-PRESIDENT POLL invaded, conquered, dismembered, and pacifi- ATTEMPTED ABDUCTION OF SLAVES- SAVANNAH GEORGI. NEWNANSVILLE FLORIDA.I ,

State Medical Convcn-1 cated by treaty in which she cedes half her PRACTICAL ABOLITION.On public are informed that the GAL-

session of the Ohio The eminent statesman, the incorruptible domain, covering the richest mineral deposite Thursday of last week, two men slaves, TiE undersignedIn associating rurs Ues together ,i. TiE K"is now opened for the reception

lion, Dr. Musscy I made the following remarlsin j patriot, the wise counsellor and distinguishedcitizen upon the earth. And all this was done by a the property citizens of Leon county, were in the management of the SAY AJNAI GiORGUl.. _11 t ,0f:10t. awl Travellers, and they may ,
the of brandy as a JAMES K. POLK, is The but follow the immemorial pars( in addressing rest assured there will be no pir. *pa fed In rntkin;
no soldiers
reference to use pre-1 more. smaller army of citizen than she sent discovered secreted among the cotton on boardof a pnpcctus to our friends and the public.It comfortable fir In the of I hi Proprietor -
ventive : sad intelligence of his disease, as it speeds its to re-subjugate Texas, or than the citizen the brig Ocilla, Trim, master, bound for !.true that the paper we edit is not newly I estab. them to dw "o. a 1.able! are power new and in first -

boats tbe river, the intreasc ol; way on electrical wings to the people of these King of France would employ to suppress amohm. New York. They were immediately turned lished. Under ablt management it has long been rate order, and a first! tare oilier always in atttn-
Upon on United States has filled the with the first instance in known to the people 01 t Georgia.. We ito not intro ,
the country This was the his over to George G. Holt, Esq., one of the Jus- d"n'e
upon ap. due it to them. We that it ahallre- '
drinking, tonseTjuciit simply
brandy : mourning.; In the prime manhood and unclouded of our Government in which our peoplehad (lices of the Peace, to be of engage N. B. Private patimentsatwaysfurnishd for la-
and I disposed the law
of
proach of the cholera, has been frightful;: tory as main steadfast to the great principles the Republican GKO. M.GALP5N.Newnansville : .
the mortality On board those vesoels has been vigor of intellect, he has passed from engaged in a war of invasion. All na- directs. Upon their separate examination, it party; that the same consistency which has dif ,June 23, ISt'J.-2-3 Proprietor: B

and Unprecedented. One boat lost the scene of his splendid triumphs to the pres. tions conceded to us great unity and strengthin \as 'brought to tight that they had been enticed 'disllishf its past sbal be by us transmitted to '

terrible and hrtili.nine ence of God. A statesman of no ordinary defending our own firesides., but the idea I on board of said vessel and there secret. histery; that it. dignified character shall Notice- i< '
another fart.seven, ano that shall improve
labor
never our to
frrtj-.three of its and crew. Spirits caste he was, with great prudence and com. prevailed to our prejudice that we bad no : ed and harbored by one Ambrose Taylor, a b il lowre appearance; spirit infiuence.and b circu I\JTLLbent in the town ofQI1ncy.ontbe: first 1 '

mot'a patsenj ) in case. prehensive grasp of mind. He conducted the power as an invading people. It remained for i free man of color, acting as cook and stew lation. I July next, the rlo'mgde3cribed 'v _
is prophylactic (preventive any old rt>republican Ship of State through the most President Polk to lead in this experiment, and ard. To our Florida friends and the Florida public we property,belonging to the estate 'Joseph I. Salu; i

To the temperate To the drinker, it is, it an is not active advisable exciting to: trying period of her history, un. with what success it remains: to be seen. Necessity I The Justice prombtly Nsued his warrant as beg now leave undtr to introduce the rditorial our paper.nuoaxftoent We introduce ofa gentleman it. deceased 1 Case:Dental InstgumentstCnindStoneandma-' ., 1- j -

cauce.off the ue suddenly but the quantity wrecked and prosperous ; i was his good luckto required that we invade the territoryof for the arrest of said Tajlor. and he was led for many ream: !a citizen of Florida, and identified tenaU:, I Watch, 7 pieces jewelry,2 pieces Musuito JI _
drop ; increased. turn her over to his successor with expanded Mexico. The Stars and Stripes were to the bar on Saturday. The prisoner was with that Stale in feeling and interest. We Netting, 1 Cloth Cloak, 500 Pivot Teeth: -pair _
$
thould be diminished rather than sail, enlarged capacities and buoyant spread upon hostile shores. The President ably defended by Thomas Jeff Heir, Esq., introduce it ;* the champion of Republican principles Pants., 1 Cloth Coat,I Linen Coat, I pair DaT I ;. .!
the cholera was
In Albany, in 1S32, very I pair Boots, 1 HatShavingApparatds,2bottleiClar. \;
hopes. Having acccomplished the great called for troops to defend it. The call is and every opportunity was afforded him of not a, represented by thi or that statesman, Linen
erne and fatal. Of 336 cases, all but 16 ac.quitinz but as representing lo the mind in all et Wine,2S6 Plate Teeth.3 Shfrts! 1 pair I !t
terminated fatally. Of these. 140 were intemperate I work for which he was designed by Provi- met by redundant thousands. The anvil, the himself of the charge. Capiin Trim their beautiful rhmselcl, to the heart in all Pant 2 Linen Coats. 2 Vests:, 2 Cravats, 2 pair ,:
dence and amidst the ardent the farm, and all the domestic was also I 1 Hat, 1 doz. Tooth Powder, and IBuzgy il.,
55 free drinkers, 131: moderate, 5 retiring con. wor 1..dlp, pur. i presont, witi a prai e.worthy desire their original purity. We introduce it a* the un Sks II.olio. .'
immoderate gratulations of his delighted countrymen, it suits of life, are deserted, and the quiet citizen that justice might given his uuioittmate! compromising defender of the rights and dignity of and Harness. .. _
but
but all one of Sale. AM under five ?,
Ttrmt -
strictly temperate of riends that he the South. We introduce it. further, a paper sum dolari. t
was the hope might longbe stands accoutred in the soldier's apparel l, I a
Cash,and all of five dollars and ,
eaters two members of the temperance cook.The published in nearest to Florida, sums over payable :
doing
now
; seaport
societies, and one idiot. In that city, which spared to enjoy the fruit of his triumphs, ready for the strife. The work begins. The testimony was of such a character, as much, and destined to do vastly mere of her busi on the first day ot January net,with bond 1 and approved : \

of inhllitants,6000 and to participate: with them in the golden I indomitable energy and courageous bravery tp induce tbe Justice to require bail in the ness. From our position, whether looking to the security.. B. C. WEST i,

had a population 26,000 : societies, fruits of his victories. Hit alas the fond of the citizen soldier overcomes all difficulties, sum 01 one thousand dollars, for Taylor's ap. Telegraph or the mails, we can furnish: the earliest Sheriffand ex ofUcio Adnr. .:::-,.*J
11
\vere members of the tenip-ranee hope has been crushed. How impressive the all dangers-fortification after fortifi- pearance at the next regular term of our Cir. news, whether commercial, political or misceUane. QuincyJune23: 25 J _
of whom only' two died. With these! facts !inview spurns ous, to our in Florida. We this
lesson, how inscrutable the providence of lion, studded with ordnance, and crowded cuit Court, to be held in and for Wukulla (subscribers u urge : Fresh Flour !, f
doubt the of spirit important act upon theirconsideration.: Our TCLEURAFHIC
who danger -
?1"Though can God A few short months since, and he fled with soldiery, yields to their arms ; city after county ; and in default whereof he wa regu. facilities arc xs great a Iho e of any other I BARRELS,just received per Schr.Tallahassee. ; _

drinking the noblest and most exalted civil station city, garrisoned and guarded by legions of soldiery larly committed to county: jai there to city ; our OCEAN SnAYIn', from week to week, 15 GEO. l,1IEGlIS. ; _

earth, commanding by the benignity of his meet our victorious troops by special spend his summer. bring U: northern pipers much in advance of the June Oth,1!'19. 23-2w i

wo can lint'e our neighbor an temper, the wisdom of his councils, the firm. delegation to welcome them to its hospitalities i Taylor states that he is a native of Penn. mails; our locality with reference to Florida is such .::*b I .
will do what wc can for ; that even looting to the ordinary mails. we can fur- Tin
understanding, we ness of his decisions, and virtue of bis heart, ; and finally, after a series of great hat. sylvania. mush the earliest information ; and the,relations between Manuactor

him. For albeit not particularly ,fond of being the admiration of the American people. Today lies and signal victories, around the walls of I justice lo Captain Trim. and the officers our city and foreign ports are becoming more HAVING engaged we are ,
j to fill all orders in line in a .:
catechised, well knowing that a child may {I his body mingles with its mother dust the Capital, where was concentrated the crew on board his vessel we should say extensive from yt-ar lo >ear We shall leave no effort ,. prompt and satisfactory manner. All our orders from i-'

propound interrogatories! ; which a philosophercannot How appropriate the language of Scripture, strength and flower of the Mexican army,and that not a suspicion rests with any one, that I unmade. We solicit to give and satisfaction a liberal to Florida patronage subscribers. in the country "i receive immediate attention. A '

answer ; we will Jet give him all the ', Who being dead, yet speakelh." Yes, where nature and art vied with each otherin any person on board besides the cook, had re:t urn. expect liberal given to merchants and dealers.T. .

speaketh eloquently to the American people tho character of their defences, we find the slightest cognizance of this t transaction.In .- The GEORGIAN is published DailyTri-Weekly WHITE& CO.
to his last June 1S49. 23
aid in our power by replying ques. through his public acts, which will ever clus.I American valor prevailing over numbess, carrying fact their whole conduct, and thai of Cap. and Wetkly. Each number of the Tri-Weekly ij .

tion.:;nric y stated it is, Whether it is in the I ter like gems about his memory)', and transmitit : the strongest fortifications of the world (ain Trim especially, was such throughout, as made. up The of ail Weekly the news contains contained all the in important two daily and papers. Notice to the Public.MR '

province of the authorities of Florida to decide (to posterity for their admiration and grati. at the point of the bayonet, and planting, as to entitle them to that respect of'a southern interesting news of the week taken from the daily I ?. ElIZABETh LEA, of Newport, in the _

that tho term of a member of Congress shall tude. Speaketh eloquently through the many tho crowning act of the campaign the glori. community.Thus pappr, and the legal and country advertising.The I' county of Wakblh, as guardian of the infant
social virtues which distinguished him toprivate ous Eagle with her and stripes on the from the sickly interested sentimentality extensive circulation the GEOHorojf, renders heirs of Henry C. Oterslrcet and his wife Amelia
tar
commence in October ? We .- Caroline Overstreet, Brenan,) both cf
an-wery life, and which surviving him, will set walls of the Montezumas. Thus terminateda of some of our citizens, in relation to theenforcement it a valuable medium through which to adver. (formerly \
Florida had been admitted into the tise. whom are deceased,will, at the expiralion thirty
I
Suppose a defiance the occasional slander with which campaign and a series of victories, unsurpassed of our free negro laws, hate two I TERMS day after the publication of this noliceapply by petition .

Union last summer, wih: a provision in her malice may seek to assail it. for brilliancy and heroic daring in the of our worthy citizens come near losing their For the Daily -: $10 per annum. in writing, as guardian r-f Elizabeth A. Over-

constitution requiring that a member of Con. The[ history of President Polk is crowded annals history, and unclouded by a single property. A day more,and its recovery would TriWekly, 5" oireet and Cicil E. Overstrcef, to the Hon. Thomasllaltzelt.Judgeof
iliddleCiicnit for
the of Florida,
gress should be elected in October whose with stirring events. The incidents of the reverse. have been hopeless ; or at least have put the Weekly, 3" 'S permission to sell forty acres of land belonging to the -

last four sufficient Peace ensued, accompanied by the cession owners and Captain Trim to much trouble HENRY JACKSON,
term of office should commence immediately, I years are to give brilliancyto said infants,situate in Leon County, being an undivided [
: a life time of public service, to say nothing of 5 G.07B square miles! territory, or ::6,. and expei. e. For had he pot to sea PHILIP PUNCH. moiety of eighty acres, granted by the United I

he would certainly hare been a member of: earlier and lustrous actions. Five years 639,900 acres, embracing nine hundred miles before the slaves were discovered to be onboard Savannah, June 19h! SAMUEL ISJ9.V. SlLEY. I States to Amelia Caroline Brenan (late Overstreet.)

the 30th Congress ;-his term commencingfrom since the question was ak'd in the triumphof of coast on the Pacific, and limiting our territorial he would either bl't: had to return to and,Octavitis Brenan. tnrt, !in.common, on the. .t I
1'---- 20tn cay of August, 1 SJ-,and which land n cescn- !f
the time of his election. Had there affected ignorance, h Who is James K. rights h)the Pacific on the West, the St. Marks, or put into some other Southern I \ S. DILWORTH,] [CARAWAY SMITH.DIL bed in the said grant 'as the west half of the northwest ,.

been a called session! of Congress in November i Polk ?1" Time rolled on. The obscurity of A lantic on East, the Gulf on the South, P'-or else be led into a tedious and expen. quarter section thirty-two, in township two; r
:> his position was removed-the swelling tide I and the Lakes on the North. These are hive law suit upon his arrival in New Yoik- ] \C TO J !SMITH, north of range one,east, in toe district c lands sub; .

last he would have taken part in its pro. of popular enthusiasm, the spontaneous movej some of the fruits of the late Democratic Ad. and probably the owner of the slaves at last ATTORNEYS AT LAW jc to sale at Tal.ahassee! Florida Territory. : !, containing ,
eighty acres e
ceedings. His term would however have I inent ol the American people, called him to ministration, and are sufficient of themselves have lost their property. True, we have detected MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. ELIZABETH LEA Guardian.By .

expired on the 3d March '49, the day of the the Executive Chair of the Nation. Then to fcignalUe it and render it illustrious in the the thief: But what i is he ? A poor her Atorne Wm.I'.DUVAL '

termination of the Congress to which he would I came up the answer, from the Gulf to the annals of history. But there are other and simple instrument in the hands of white Northern Julp7, 1S49. 27.BHLS. June Oth, 1349.

have been elected. Suppose however a I Lakes from Sea Board to Mountain, James highly important measures which have been fanatics, whose black hearts concoct -. No. 1 MULLET. For sale 1 low by I ICE : ICE !

member elected should the fifth I K. Pjlk, is the People's President! Silenced, carried out successfully, and which cannot what they dare lot execute. It is time that O S. S. KNIGHT. I A REGULAR supply of. desirable article w ill

so resign on j the clamorous interrogates stood rebuked bejf fdi to confer lasting benefits upon the coun Mir officers should be held to a strict accountability July 7, 1 1510.! 27 ,I XX be kept at the Rail thi Depot in the coarseot 1

of July! of the present year, would he not be 're the popular enthusiasm of the maurs.I try. Numerous treaties of amities and commerce for the enforcement of cur laws, or let next week. Those wishing the, article will .J

guilty of tbe grossest alslJrdit-Lis term having I But iiotwithstandingthe high favor with which have been ratified with foreign powers. them be struck from our statute books as 9.i'2'.1 BBLS.St.') bbls. Cincinnati Louis Flour.Flour, please: procure their Ticker at the Drug Store wf E I
I BARNARD JR. will be delivered the
Ice
already expired ? precisely) the same j he was regarded, the elements of a malignant New Grenada, Peru, the two Sicilies, Belgium dead letters. I necessary that free negroes 30 Whiskey, Road Depot- ,until o'clock, and in no ease at trillille r

absurdity was Mr. Yulee guilty, provided ( en.hlrowzi's I and active opposition began to combine a. Hanover, Oldenburg, Iecklenhurg.I should come among us as i.iUr let them '(Ib". .con Sides, delivered without Ticket*-jer.oons wishing the:ar i
him and Schwerin and Nassau have been with laTe 50>J Ibi. Shoulders, take notice this. Tbe de _
i gainst every effort was made to de. I Saxony, comply our \ tidei please price
of the schedule is bOO Ibs. Hams. For Sale low h
interpretation cor. | l leal his measures, and even to prejudice the I brought' into social intercourse with us I by S. S. KNIGHT., the Depot,i is 3 4 cents perlb. Tickets fur f

r-'Ct.: As for a Representative bcing a member I rights and honor ol the countrJ then engaged I treaties, and the way opened fur unrestricted Freo Soil Platform. July 7th, 149. 27 5 lbwill A small: be supply issued.of Ice will be at Barnard's, ,

of lira Congresses by virtue of one election : under his lead in a to protect. that commerce with the interior of Germany.A .- In iSIS, the famous Btjifalo: Conventionwas where a Ticket for 5 lbs will procure E-Ibs. Ice. f _

that i illi the very absurdity that we contend I, honor and the integrity of her soil, that fail A. tal treaty with England. The admission }held, which nominated Van Buren for Notce.SR. Those wanting Ice in large quantity. for parties;
ure might clothe him with dishonor. But of fOUfICW States into the Union. The .\ Port on the nightof &c., will please send their orders to Sir. Nash, at t
against-an absurdity however in which all the Presidency, and put frth a platfrm on 2J int, Two Lug: Horses. the Depot.1\0 or three dzjs before it will be called .
thanks to the of free and erection of one territorial The mac
those are involved who, contending that the genius a generous %government." which was inscribed a unwavering t Any information of them "'ven ( Whit. for,so that it may be at hand il possible.Tieprincipal t I., !
their establishment of Free that !
I' people, efforts lil d-American ptriolism Trade, great determination to exclude the South from an aker. Tallahassee, or to myself, will be thank} r0ti7 Depot w a1wport.where it can
schedule :designates the October previous to prevailed. The President was sus. desideratum, and abandonment of the Protective equal in the enjoyment of received. RICHARD H. BRADFORD. be obtnined in any q-nntity, by applying to Jlr;

the first election, yet admit that Mr. Yulee! j tnined-his measures, numerous and important Policy," which has oppressed the many territory participation or to be acquired.any July 7, 1549 27 DANIEL LAID ..NlColumbuj.

held office at the date of his l letter of resigna/ t| to the country, were carried through !'uc- I for the benefit of the few. The[ establishment That is the free-soil platform. The publica- !!I- Tallahassee, June 2,1949. 22

ce*6 ul! ; and; when time shall have batten- of the Ware House system on principles JG'rlclived from New Orleans, Ntt' Sugar WARMSPRINGS :1
tion. I ion of it alarmed the Northern Whigs. They and Shoulders, (a new ,) J'u- ,
ed th asperities of party feelinir, and public like those of the English, which has I ,
felt that power was about to elude their pur. i gar Cured Hani: 30 bbls.. Flour. &.c. For sate by MERRIWETHEK COUNTYGEORGIA.
virtue have regained its lost t drawn to her harbors the carrying trade of I JOHN McDOUGALL.July I '
tr lion. Gf purge :M. Dallas has been .-c. R'cenddlc.o'l'rI suit. Something must be done, or their I THE takes this method of .
lected to address the Democrat of the city portion of the public mind, this adntiniatra., i the world. The separation of Bunk and State chance for the spoils was indeed hopeless. I 7.. (IS-19. 27 I. ui. informing undersigned the.publ c.tbt the Hotelat Ihi* fliii

lion will be regarded a amongst the mot I and successful establishment of the ConstiI Webster saw the critical position of affair, ; well known Watering plcE.11 be ready, Jt
and county: of Philadelphia] on the character wi and successful l tutional I CROTON BUILDINGS. for The of visitors, iv"f June i inezt.
>e t if not altogether! the most I Treasury, are amongst the prominent determined On the 9th of reception o
and to epeak. day
and administration: of Mr. Polk.! Tbe Hon. brilliant and famous, of all itt predecessors.It I acts (if this Administration, and mark a great UMBRELLAS: AND PARASOLS The whole establishment has been the roughly :
October, 1943, he addressed his party athington. renovated, and additional accommodation vi. 1
rro
Levi Woodbury has coiueutcd to address hi. i is pleasant to contemplate the great leujlts j epoch in our history. President Polk has left .\ His. speech was circulated far BY MACHINERY.GEORGE deJ for company in search of health and pleasure; .

of President Polk's Administration-resultswhich the lasting impression of his genius on Amer.i A line of four-horse Post Coaches will run from ,
fellow
citizens of New Hampshire:; on the same I and wide through the free States ; and convinced J. BYRD ,
link ican character and institutions Bellvieu Greenville,via. the connecting ,
mUst forever his name with the | ; and history, to Springs .
and the Hon. A. H. that there was nothing in the doctrines
subjects, Charpelllla& honored worthies of the when his and the Iwo main line of travel between Montgomery r
past, and mark the j recording acts, treasuring up )1\:1 .CCRER. I_ _
of the party, as proclaimed in the and the Atlantic( at those two points. ai d affording _
been appointed to the same duty by a public brightest of his country's j the incidents of his public life, will not fail to free.soi j I
pages )- IJuffalo platform, hich did not meet the J. B. would invite the particular attention of every facility to passengers: to reach the Springs
meeting of the citizens of :Macon, Georgia Questions involving in an eminent degree the j blend his name with the Fathers of the Repub- cnlire approbation of all the vhigs of the mid. G. his friends and merchants visitinz New Y from every direction. i r '

peace of the country and to some extent the lie, and transmit i to posterity for their admi die and northern states," his maintained to give him a call at his new and spaciou ork.1 I :Experienced Assistants have been prsvideil '

,'"ILlISGTOC.., JUNE 4J3.-Turpen.tiie. peace of the world, stood open, and had to be ration. YOUNG DE'IOCRACY.ldjon and parry successful. In tury and Warehouse, No. 142 and 1-44 EradwaY'1 l in the various departments of the Hotel. :
their organization, were The Warm situated of the :
Croton Buildings,) between fedar Springs are on a spur .
.-Yellow Dip, $2: 10 per barrel I of 320 II met by him at an early period of his adminis- Co., Fla., July, 1310. that .speech. appealing to. his .own. party to (streets where there wi always be found the most I I I Pine Mountain, 30 miles corth-ea from the city of '
tration. The Oregon question had been for Tne Fountain gushes forth 1400 gallons !-
extensive assortment I
pounds ; Virgin Dip, new 62 75 ; Hard, Bland by their own guns, be said: : .
minute.
in doubt. The of of water of 90 drgrees temperature,per
81 15 ; Tar, 81 25 ; Pitch, 81 00. years Great 6lSpeUdc Britain and the United States Kingdom having TiE CRFV.9SLF STOPPED.We Gentlemen, it is well known that there Umbrellas, Parasols, Parasolelts,Sun Shades, Of the efficacy of these: wafers,in The cure of many .. S r _

is in this Buffalo platform which, in of his own celebrated manufacture, for.Sale in any diseases, the fullest ptoof Can be furnished
NEWBCKX June ntinc.-Oti) interposed rival claims, which had failed to nothing I
26.-Turp have at length tbe inexpressible pleasure at creatly educed prices. JOHN L. MUSTIAN. .i
I>:p,6l C5a8i 70 ; Virgin, 82 40aJ2 :50. fie adjusted by any of the previous Adminis. of being able to announce to our fellow : general, does not meet the approbation and I quantity. H. pledges"himself that Umbrella and Par- June 2,1S49. 22-Iw ," j _
all the ; of tbe
trations, began now to seriously threaten the the I. the entire approbation of vhigs viols from the Croton shall be A
citizens that Sanve crevasse, the source off lbnubctorf. i.
Tar 81 10 SI 15c.crThe .
a middle and northern states. now
harmony of their existingrelations. Kng and SUJp""e I N l. 1 in every respect. TiE.KULLA HOTEL
much evil to is at
claimed the whole of that territory ;iying: between This consummation our ctJ. which length stopped.hundreds i that all of usTho are whigs! and New York! June, NIt, 2f AT NEWPORT ''f
: chivalrous QCITM.VN has been the 42d and 54. 40 Jt of'latitude: j so many join the free soil party, what would be the re. --- ------ rpfl HOTEL has bren completed, and .
paul of the inhabitants of the back districts STATES
I UNITED
efesirablei
nominated by the Democracy Mississippi: !! and bounded on the by the suit! ? Why, so far, nothing would happen but IHI now presents to the public a e '
: RUIsiH11 of the city have been long anxiously l looking, place of resort fur the approaching season. J .
at their candidate for Governor at the next PobesMons, and on South by the took place on Monday evening. By the skill that the whig party would have changed its Wholesale Clothing Warehouse.LEWIS&HANFORD It i is not deemed necessary lo speakof theadvantago.derived ',
lin Our I That would! bo all. Instead of being S
government had repeatedly l name. from the waters and bathing by those wbd
election. is deemed propo. and of .Messrs. Dunbar
Opposition hopeless by sed lo compromise tlc mailer by adopting the I unremitting exertions the whig party, it would be the frt soil par I have frequented the Springs. The virtues i of the 4
and Surgi, our resident the preliminary d
the Whigs. 49th We should be all there, are weB known, apd require no adulation.
parallel of North latitude the SUf'e.or ty. exactly) upon ware
8 dividing i labels towards of finally To.a52,251,25G & 25 Pearl Street, In addition to the former attractions,an Ice HO\18. .
line, reserving to herself that portion lying the name principles upon which we hare already with this desirable article and i i.Jlint
THC: I shutting offihe waters from pouring throughthe (Between Fulton-st and Burling Slip.) willbewell fled a
COTTON CROP OF 1SJS-9.
I South, and conceding to England the portion stood. Gard by. New Stables are being erected I
breach, had gone on steadily since they .Yfiir YORK,
We additional views in rcfe.rcnceto lying North. This proposition and vwitoisvrill receive every attention calfulated i
annex some was rejected, "
I resumed the charge of the works, up to that MATH ON HA>D THE LARGEST. ASSORTMENT their the
the probible: amount of the stock of I and the attitude of the two great powers towards day. The aperture gradually became narrower lie has toted, but it did no Good.-General CLOTHINGIN ( Newport to make, May 10,1S40.stY at Springs SO-3m pleasant. ,' 'h .

Cotton at the ciohe of the present reason : each other became threatening. In until the period arrived when, by one Tuylor repeatedly wrote during the canvass THE ) ?

The stock of cotton in all the Southern I this emergency, the question had to be met. decisive act, the flood was to be compressedwithin that he had ne'rrted in his life. Since hewas UNITED S T .\ T r S. GEO. H. BESTWICK, j

ports is 129,000In A portion of our people claimed the whole and its legitimate limit, the margin of the sworn in as President of the United Adapted to all 3 Ia rA ci:. Wholesale & Retail Grocery & Provision Dealer, !(. fi

all the inland towns, accurately as. refused to concede an inch, yet under this triangular I bed of the river. State I If his voted peatedly in his cabinet In the article of FLORIDA. .,

certained 40,000 fire from home and abroad, the vexed I To all council out his cabinet, not responsible to \LL.IASSEE
familiar with the mode of putting ihe ; SI1IKTS AND DRAWERS EEPSconstantly on handand for sale at lh fJV l
ln.\ewYork 64:000: question was settled peaceably, and upon finishing hand to thc closing of a crevasse, it the people, outvoted him on every occasion. We endless variety. lowest cash prices for cash,all the article* in I I it 1
keep an
terms as advantageous, if not more so, to our would dilate the The man that never surrendered before his t rbllineefbuines. Flour of best tjnalif ies,Sugar I 11
Making the entire stock 253,000 government, than those previously proposed, appear unnecessary in this to on election, surrenders at discretion to his cabinet ALIO THE MOST EXTENMVE IANt"CtJus.rOIL : : xotlee. Teas, Bacon Hams,Soap,Candles,Nuts,Raisins J" 1
employed hut there
means case ; arc CLOTHING and all other articles
usually
Ifwe receive 00,000 bales more of old and rejected by England. And thus was the many who will not deem it amiss if we en. and in so during surrenders his principles I I found, Lard in similar Whiskey! establishments. All persona waning J' \.

cotton, it will be all we hall get up boundaries ot England's territories fur the first ten into some few particulars to gratify curiosity and his pledged word to their dictat ion.- AND hATS to purchase any of the above articles, are respectfully :", l

to the incoming of the new crop, say time since the achievement of our indepen. hereon. Alas how are the mighty fallen !-Ohio CO"ElEI invited to call and price them before buyiig .' ; ?,

to October 22, 60,000 dence, definitely marked out by treaty stipula. As the work of closing the main breach Statesman. Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of all kinds. elsewhere. by L. &. H. Greenb. ,
Store formerly occupied
on our continent. This of itself mark Catalogues of stock sent by mail. Orders promptly rj <
tons was progressing, Messrs. Dunbar and Surgi & Co.,corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets; "
LEWIS HANFORD,
313,000 an important era in our history and settles forever Drayton and Sears, convicted of transport tilled. &
bad prepared an immense sluice, or lock, or '.o3. 252, 251, 233 If 353 Pearl St. May 12,1849. I) 1"rocere
There arc now 45 vessels! loading in the question of limits between the two floodgate, to be sunk at once in front of the ing slaves out of the district ofColumhia, have New YorkJunel49.. -

the Southern ports for( Great Hrit. Governments.The central aperture by which the waters of the I been sentenced, the first to pay a fine of &c. .

ain, France and the Continent. At Annexation ofTen \"a consumma. the lands. I 810,360, and the second 87,400.. BARRELS PRIME PORK 1 '-' BAGS RIO :
Mississippi over adjacent
the moderate av'ge of 1700 bale ted under President Polk's Administration.A I poured 10 .5 casks bacon Shoulders, iO : do. St. Domingo do. \
Every thing depended on the strength of the -;-:--::==---,. -.=:-:: -- 5(> bSl. SI- Louis and Western Flour, 5 do. White Java do. r
each, they will take 7 ,OOO .measure which lot only added largely to abutments previously fixed on each side of the More as to Dr. Corbett's Con* Sacks Rio Coffee, 2 do. Brown do. do. r.
I
And 43 loading; in New our territorial domain, but increased our narrowed breach, so that if they remained FacL' Liquors: of all kinds. Just received and fcr sale by 2 BbU. crushed Sugar, I : ,

Yoik for Great Britain and wealth in almost every substantial! clement, firm, the descent of the floodgate:which is effected centratcd Syrup) of Sars opal'ila* GEO. H. BESTWICK. 2 Boxes Loaf do. :
Havre. Suppose of them and threw around the South additional The severe inflering of Freeman Hammond, of Tallahassee, June 12, iStO.For Gwhen ButterRokandPineApp1eChee! Sup.: l'
guar. in a species of rush, in one instant this well known to me and my friends. perior Family Flour, Cider and White Wine Vinegar I
to take more or less of cot. anties to her constitutional rights. This was closes in the water and restores the levee toils plctas) wonderful cure effected on him br Sale. ,Codfish Herring Chocolate, Candies, Sauces'; i''r 4

ton-averaging 800 bales 10,000 consummation in which every true Arneri- nornul condition, an effectual barrier to Wine oI"Corbett'm Concentrated Shaker S\rup of Pickles Figs,Table Salt, tc. ic.Received .'

-- 92,000 can might glory, and it reflected favorably up. the further enroachment of ihe river. Sarsaparilly," I gladly adopted its u*e. For a longtime A FINE Law. library Volumes, consisting, selected of by upwards an able of per brig Su\.annec and for sale by .. j' :
Thousand
the Administration which carried it thro'. I had been troubled with the Liver Complaint, One McNAUGHT& ORMOND.
.1I.t -- on On Monday evening then, al being ready, and for than twelve with an Lawver, with great care and expense. The books Ne\port.Marcht.t8Q. 10 i \(, ,: 8,
Then the stock will be more years aggravatel "ii condition.__ minted catalogue "
immediately : ovfaiiont_ _
A war with; a neighboring Republic was the floodgate was suddenly down, when of the Uowels, and of .-...u.n n .n' nn
dizziftu
reduced to 221,000 forced upon us by circumstances over which the volume of water, impeded in its flow Constipation head. But after usinj onc dozen bottles of CorbU'1 of the library can be seen by caln'g, .on the to tinder- Dr. C. H. BUNTING, t.
: apply
Consumption United States up to 23d President Polk could exercise control save through the accustomed channel, rose several Shaker Sarsaparilla, my health was fully restoredme. signed. For particulars C. W. DOWNING, Tallahassee. SURG'EOM DENTIST, ..

October, 4 months, at 45,000 180,000 to conduct it to a triumphant and glorious ter. feet in height, topping over the artificial health. Not meant.for years This before preparation have I known of Dr.what Cor belt even, June 15, 1849. 24 [Sntine!] Q.UINCY, _

mination. Our militia, constituting a it does breastwork which it encountered. The works, from np riCnce. I know to be a most iutaluablcmedicine. FL.R

x\Mch wouldleave 41,000 our standing army in peace, and reliable bulwark however, had been well constructed and al .Ind have no doubt it was the sole cause Dissolution cue ex:

bales for stock at New York, Southern ports, in war, was the theme of ridicule and remained firm, notwithstanding the impetuosity of my restoration, a I have taken no other. medicine tfrm of COLE & PARSONS at Cedar keys, DR*. J. L. SHIELDS.J l G&.. C. H, bpPONf *-

aDd inland towns, and for exports to foreignCountries sport by the powers of Europe, while Mexico of the current and the vast weight of the since know commencing several the others use of in Ibis this vicinity Syrup.I who have TiE this day dissolved by mutual consent;and DR. J. M. W. DAVIDSON, W%L T. SOCKTON",

: up to October 22, beyond what will essayed to tender us indignity and insult a an body of water which they were been, and now are, taking this Shaker Syrup, with Thomas H. Parsons, who continues the bnaincssisauthorized Dr.B- will be in Tallahassee [he first week ic -t
Le (
taken by ships now loading"CAw.: .Jlfer.fury. expression of her estimate of its efficiency. I for the moment obliged to sustain. After a the most beneficial results. It i U highly approved to collect Jone the debts:and make settlements. _
Cedar 1,1649.
(. remained for President Polk to dispel tho few ineffectual surges on the purl of the Fa. of by Dr. Knight and other eminent physicians.GERRISH.. .I Keys A. 11. COLE4June June 2, 1949. 23Blacksmithins" -

ror which had misled the minds of the old ther of Waters to overcome the barrier, the CALVIN t6, t849. 24-3w JNO. PARSONS. .
Franklin Mt July .
Maria Monk, whose fabulous book on con. world, and to teach the Mexican Authorities current resumed its accustomed flow within State nf New Hampshire 1, 1S-! 7Merrimack.ss. G'OOD, substantial, and cheap BlacksTuithing o{ -

'nu created: such a stir in the religious comftunity that our Citizen Soldier was alike invincible, its ancient bed, and tbe Sauve crevasse em. Jan. H, 1S49.Personally ) Fresh Groceries kinds done at the Shop near my Stable occupied -

a few years since, is now in the sick. whether repelling invasion at home, or punishing phatically became a thing that was. Thereare appeared the abote.na. receiving from New York and New Orleans. lat year by Miller &Erokaw.

jardoftheUlackweU'n f hland their temerity by pressed marches and still a few small openings at both ends of med Cahin Geri.b, and made oath to the truth of JUST and"choice assortment of Groceries con- January 20, 1919. 3 A. A. FISHER.

One who penitentiary in the midst of their for. the works which the continues the above statement. sisting in part of Bacon Hams,Sides and ShouldersMackeral ,
her water
\ saw sound threshings own through
recently, Flour 8. S.
W. CLEMENT, Candles ,Coffee
inat says (Before me,) JOSEPH No. 1 and 2, Soap, Knght .
she is apparently I .in the last stages of titled cilies. Twenly.two months had hardly to leak-in very small quantities, howev Notary public.EDWAR ,Tohacco, Teas, Almonds, Candies, New Or- continue b sine' old stand, wher '

arll' .Irntl'r" She 11 yet a young woman, elapsed after the Stars and Stripes first flaunted er-and which will necessitate the continu. BRINLEV it. CO.. Sole Asent leans Sugar, i-c.-which I offer low for cash. WILL hopes wait on such or his friends.a hat*

,&d'inks to the grave in this last earthly rebt- on the Rio Grande, before Mexico, witha ance of the surveyors for a few days. But the >.. tide Fanui Bfston.. Store removed next door to John W. Ar yle'! heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, Fromis
lit of tie abandoned of millions with her is Orleans Picayune 3n-Sulh UaJ JOHN McDOUGALLv ing that all chall have good article at fair prieti. '_ _
Y!:k. women of New population seven pow. crevasse ctoppcd.r-JVirtP LEWIS & June ", 1540. 23 AprU 2S,19t17 _
crfufcilies, her strong defences, and noWe June 20. Sole Agents for T.I1Ja.e.



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LEGAL NOTICES. Just j
lioA .\ XTKA. : = -= --. :
----- -- -- ---- fresh and Lots and Wharves in city of Apalachicola.I DR. AnVlrl'S LADIES'
." by t'. (tme uf ( /f rr bMC.i *n; rd with a voacft AT LEWIS k A nS' Druz Store, a supply I Notice. RELIEF Pills

of the aniHc ii f#. P T.wn*.oi!. .. uw hi ntuc to pal In Chancery. New and Valuable Medicines-among which !'l'alacbicc.la Land Company will oflcr for the Hon.

.P" P r* r*rttit. b.ch Ur> rail .Jr.T *B*.nd'i firupanllt MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. -IN GADS- are the folhtving : THE at the Merchant's Exchange m the City of SIX i Month after date and, I shall for the apply County to of Leon ARE an effectual remedy for the 'followicz piinfoi!
of Probate dmre-wmz female
deIwmbtgIIe it OI.t.J.ril.aa1.l'1t.. Th To"a end t" DEN CIRCUIT COURT. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE Yorkon Wednewh)',thc IHb I day ot July next, in cotcplaif.f:., m i : Ane-i.

"a diq. td ett .a.; I he goods, chatteLs aid estate Knight or painful and imperfect
_ r-.JI.Ulall. .nj the ill.*. Yn he tfutnt, the (.t.. of Dr. fi* State Alabama, Ccmpl't., Designed for and trill eitre. D\pepia, Liver Complaint lots in the City of Apalachicola.a* described on I the deceased. ROBERT CUTLER, Adm'r. with tIck head-ache, nenstruajion. attended

(he fur(._t ninlnf errdu {< "bM tic 11 *>.L Thai I' Ui enIB I'll. ; Piles, Scrofula, Jaund'ice-and all kindred I map oft be City. Many of thESe lots are on theRe) sorr.etjcejprolnsefcr a Conj d.enbl. .
March 126ccNotice.
2-1, ISO. time and then
t* the |>aM lor rat tt desirable for res entirely suppressed, Chj tOlI"

I HK.VCi.VK QkcUK.". (;/./> I*.Jet"b T .
and 1/i.e
turn
panUI. htvinf cm II the Od: I*'* likrnrti. tis fcatily ton eltnr on the J-*tale of Jane Innerarity Mortgage. DR. HULL'S WORM! LOZENGES, ..iIto the Wharves and Wharf-rights belonging to eases life-SIJpprruion 01 the J lochia

_ "and fat. ticntmre ncunt I.l' r coat of mit.. dec'd John Innerarity, The safest, most effectual and pleasant preparation the Company in front of the City. SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon- during confinement, Spit tin?of blocd or bleedire cf ;

_ Pn* .a1 t'tC, lot .Vi,. .1., .\Vtt J.ri Q y. William P Innerarily. Santiago beforethe public, for the eradication of WOUM, in .llsoihe( "unsold Lots or Tracts of Land on St.Ceorie's Judge of Probates for the County of Gad the gums, Convulsionsor Epileptic fits. Low of

Inncmritv, Lewi W. Minor and Children or A.luits. Sound or Bay, adjoining the city,described den for letters of dismission as Executor on the estate spit ifs, Debility Nervousness, Coativeneu,Barrenness ,

," Heloife Minor, Defendant. J HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES or: a map or survey ofl-'i lots nide b) R B. Ker Samuel Sti'ickland.dec'd late of laid county. -and many other diseases that are too te-

_ == .. 61cd Will FHEVENT Consumption and CCRZ all capes of I These lots vary in size from 3 to JO acres each, and H. II. STRICKLAND, Executor. dious to mention i that are generally eao ed by an obstruction

., J.TT BEING MADE TO APPEAR by affidavit reside beyond Colds, ,Asthma Spitting ot Blood, Pains in the Side, are very desirable building sites or cultivation. January 27,14& 4 or want of tone in the female genitr..
in thucau-e, that John F. Innerarity .
4l Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary ConspUints. -. Uw the unsold Lets at Portland Bluff on the}: gan, *>.
the trait of the State of Floiida wit.inlhe
il I I to I
They all the
promote secretions and
Notice.SIX
; Apahchicola! River, about 3 miles from the Citys excretions in j
StaTe of Alabama that William P. Incerant reside -
; ) the female orzamstn
Z' described on a map or survey cad bv' It B. Ker, months after date I shall the lIon. ; they effectually remove all
towitinthe to
," .ul ot the Middle Circuit Florida, apply
\U' City of PensaroU, in the Slate of Florida ; that t t'L'"o O AGUE PILLS, each lot being 70 feet in length and 200 feet in "! r f Probate for the Crurity Jefferson for obstruction with from the fetnaleconsti .ut'ion.unless! complicated
other
some disease
t4... ; Santv {*o Innerarity reside beor.d the :Sirrits of the and Effectual Cure idth. They arc eligible for wood-jards, ship-yard-, letters of, disroi.sirn as Executor of William 11. ,and then greatly

J ; ,4z ',. State Florida, to wit, in the I-hnJ of Cuba ; that forFcierand .Aue, Chills and Fern, Intermittent saw-mill*. \.c..iho Mathers, late of said county. deceased. relieves it. Gradually introduced into tbe system,

1'I" 1'C -J tl :" Lewis W. Minor ar.d Heloi Minor reside beyond I and all other Fu rs. Pike reJucid to Sercnty-fire Vincent's I land, lying cpposile the} SOLOMON E. MATHERS. they restore a healthy action in the uteros and i iu

'. .t Cents Eox. mouth of therncr Apalachicola, containing an area append Cf. The great advantage and superiority
of
''", '1 the limits 01 the Slate of Florida, to wit,in the State per Jefferson County, February 10,1S4'J. 6 6m
.4 the Ladies' Relief Pills
V. h Vireinia It it Ordered That the The abo\e Medicines f fresh and owine. are for of I I,'tH acres, (e ccptinz 10 acres sold,) having a over all other medicines j it

." I f 1\\ \(' said na'med defendants: therefore do'appeai and answer the bill sale by LEWIS &, AMES, thrifty growth ol Live Oak and other trees, and Notice. that while they eradicate It",they invigorate:

Iv rlrk' \ limitedto TallahaMee, Fa. much fertile land, suitable the prow I th of Cotton, body. Many person have been cured by the use cf
in within the times
', complaint them rt'lipect(1)filed then that, i is to say-thesn.d; John I For certificates cf recommendation, and other information Su'ar, Tobacco the Tropical Fruits, and for Garden SIX weeks after date I will make application to thee pills after an affliction often year In short

concerning aboveMedicire.see future cultivation Hon. Jmlsjeot Probate for Madison County these pills are a perfect regulator of the ;
''J r. F. I nneurit)', Less is W Minor, and'I Heloise Minor, j I (for letters Administration on the Estate c.l I JohnJ. evacuations of females. If montllt
Jj within the period of four months fron the date of i -erlismenB, and pamphlets! which may' be obtained Term of Site.-Ten percent in ca*h.on the day they are profuse inee-

the first publication cf this order the fan William of the Acents. of sale, and en all purchases not t exceeding soc), the Royce, deceased. JOHN. McGEHEE. ular they (the Relief Pills) restore them to their

OLD) DR.) JACOB TOWXSEXD Innerarity within Ihe period of;two months ; and March IS 154. 35 balance Ji cash in 20 days t thereafter,when the deeds May 2-1, IS JO- 21-6w regular' period and proper quantity and quality,and
,
On'"all do )likewise if they are scant obstructed.
will be delivered. purchases over Sf UO. a or
within .
the said Santiago: Itinerant tt. period of pix
1 IIC uEICINAL ItOA-EREn| OF TilE months, or in default thereof the said bill cf complaint Drugs, Medicines, &c. credit of one and two ears will be dan for one- Notice.OIX Many females are brow n into convulsions of Epileptic .

(;ucine Townsend Sarsaparilla. may be taken as confessed b) the said defendants halt of the purchase money, the balance! to be paidin Months after date I shall apply to the Hon. fits by the suppression or oUrnctjon of the .

''\11'. To.end I. now ttmnl TO:
wj'vrV.VF II &flA"" the 'H'THt/lf. Tvn.vr anf II/.Iii vit(""S.fRS.fP.fRII.-IR: F.1'f nr Ibe thcm respectively in this order. Pro*idedthat this TTAS received, by the late arritaK I afresh where the purchase i is leiS than ?2iXXnotes will betaken tatters of disrm<*ion as Executor of Esther Kcrne- other cause,) and remain objects of pity and distre- 1

I.f." J eln&IK(*iRioi.vn.*, he .M compelled I.' 11111111u minufwtare. fcy order be published once a week for the term of four it; 11 addition to his stock of GENUINE for the credit portion, r3 abe: in one and two j:3V. lale cf aid County, deceased. the remainder of their lives ; these pill euro by ri.

-- *bleb m ui. ii bn t*fn lent out of ninrket. Bed the .II'!'e' e.r- months, and at the expiration of the said term of DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of )car, with interest at tper\ cent per annum, and JOSHUA TAYLOR, Senr., Executor. moving the came which first produced the disease

tumtcritwd U* ahlP l e It III the hud reached only "ho the had eurt pr.vrd.I'| m iu"nv worth. nevcrthtleu.and known.. Mtho four months, then continuously once a month for which are of good quality ICIl'for Ciuh. contracts exchanged deeds to be delivered when, t the March 24, I IMO.I 12fimNotice. take Many cold ladies after from imprudence or some other cause

ytw.* .ho bad bwn hailed of n,re di rn ... and s&iddcntk. 'the term of two months, in a newspaper puMi'hed \1"1. on hand a general assartnent ol/ the follow pav merits are completed. On P1Irrhle.?of $2000 or during confinement, which causes

{turn tir.clii nid iu nrellenfe and wonderful within the limits of the Middle Circuit of nor id3. in:, which are warranted I'nltine, \iz : and upwards the dee-dswill delivered in 20 days t he suppression of the lochia ; for that,and all simi- !
HEALING POWER. and bonds and taken for the lar disease, the Ladies Relief Pill., '
after the
THOMAS BALTZELL I lI"uck'Panece3 Rowan.1s I Iini'ro\itl Tonic Mixture sale mortices are an effectual
after dife I will to the Hon.
apply
) ",'In,. "4'Ir.. tJttJ thlll h' Ia'i4. by h1! i". .It'nrf' credit in and two with SIXlonthJ remedy. They are a valuable ajvrier'l' durin .
portion, payable one )ears, confinement
Wild
Febniar 2'1D. i43. W tar's Balsam of Cherry. BrandrethVPiiU
end {*rHc*. dP"lkd ClII nrtirl .hirh, ,uM I* "I incalculable Judge.C. t forGad| : .. %*:"?. to nunkmd when the intent mnjIJ I I.e (jrithed II. Dt..POiT, Sol. for Compl't. Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor interest 1 at .j per cent per annum. ofdirr.i!Mion from I the administration of the estate of or to correct a costi"ehilbltsickht'a..l.adl. .

) 10 lH'8 it mtn 1n"rrsa: notice, when it* infttmiat.! A t true cop : Worm Couh, and Dinner Lozenzes, Bonpbnd's The whole of this property is ur.incnmbercd. Its James II. Gibson deceased .. &.c. They relieve barrer.ne- : they renew
wuidb* known knd ILI' feClal.cd. Tbn tine tu cirtu : of the "ForU Purchase," to and invicrate the bfocd. give tone and
%trtne I. R. HARRIS Clerk Gadsden Circuit Court. Celebrated Feverad Au.Ikmedy J Lucenia Cordial a part belonging R. E. GIBSON, AdnVr. activity to

the ftRJi.vjt niexni are. tupiilied./) \'IQ this['.f/./.F) rRr.r.iR.irio.v B) R. C. LETTER, Deputy Cleik. Thompson's Eye Water McMunos' Elixir of Opium, Apalachicoh Land Company. The title i is derived March JO, 1t!. 106cmNotice. the nervous ssrern, and are the inidesty] the

S ruanuf ctnred on the UntMttrale,and it called f..rthrmtrli. March 3. JS.atjm Sand< Sarsaparilla, Turneri '> cr: and Ague Pill*, from tl-e Spani Government confirmed by the most certain aperient known. they are nannies and ..
tilt the length and lirdth of the land, e j cjUt>'u it it found T 'ler's ditto, Gordon's Billion and .\nli.J\'ir..ptir Supreme Court of I the United Slates, and a Patent innocent in their effect For young ladies who

li>r.pcbl* of,ont ontnTtUnn>R f. f To"ur'nt drtrnoralinn.fnlik Dd'tit improtef. with .ce. .*. Court of Probate, PilN, Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic Pill% Peters' and thet-lrr ine-J to the proprietor by the United -" have armed to theagecf womanhxx, and whose
)
never ch"nrn.but for th. *It'r;teMUW it ti prepared n icitlutt MARCH 211, A. D. is4&. Spencer's Pills, and i is ,Azenl for S. P. Town.end'teTs' are too feeble or relaxed to bring fcrwardthe :
rn*rM t'V a trntif.t 'n. The hifhe.t kno ledee c-' tl.e purchasers. Judge of probate for the county of Jefer-ionjor natural evacuations, the Ladies' Reiiet Pills are a
and the lalf'll di ro ene. of the art have a'.l'! br.iuEh < ST\TE FLIRJDA-Cot. LEO. celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bottle, at 1 per
Ch'ninirv or OF Man be lad! at the Office cf the letters dismission> a* administratrix de boris non prompt and efficient remedy and old ladies
BW eqniwtn In tie rnallllf-elu" of the Od! l riurumr.lia bottle. Al>o, superior! Lemon Svrup, prepare! from tm\ : Company: ; who
: 1 l tieMrupanila: root it it well known to nied.ra.: William G Ponder, Execute of puie Citric or LemOn Acid far preferable! for the No 3', Wall street or they will be forwarded by with the will annexed, of Jeremiah Johnson late oi are about pas ir.ff the critical period ot life, will derive

nIPa.contalll' nisn)' n..oStrn"J: l |iroirt.ev' and tome propert the last l will and {testament ol' sick ordinary use than that usually sold London mail Upon application to the Mibscriber at said: ol5rp said counl\, ,dect'aed. MARY S. JOHNSON.Jefferson much benefit from an occasional Die of these
UM-lrti. and otbp, *hich if rrla ned in or ,
wbirh,ni arr It (fir then UM-
to the f>.tem tviiiie of Ihe propi-rue of Sarsapanllt rll. tnbuticn rt t the June Hi. 154-. 47GRISWOLD'S ,n that ma be '.ired. in maintaining, a health action n. the uterine! functions -

are to r'/Ilhc. tbal they cnt.rely l"'I".rate and tre lo.t ID thinvfMrttinfl. Porter! J)< hn Swain, Peter estate of John New Yt.rkpril 27. 1MO.IC I. Notice. for several sears loreer.

if they are not i.rf rr.fd t>> a irirnttjit pntm. Carl'-u-n, Isaac N. Cook, and Graham, decea. JO" DELAFIELD) These the result! of much and
.nmll n (till to th.e f'lllf'r.entt.d| in iwnnnnfatture. Moreover IMPROVED ;u'ned Trustees. SIX months. after date I will apply to the Hon. pills are long eipe-
it.'. volatile",..e..lu. ,.bicli tI)> rffui tujxT. nr at an '>halatun Richel t.i.c wife, and Collin sed.Am COTTON GINS. L : ] LRWS CURTIS \ : of Probate for Leon county, for Letters of rier.ceand have lorg beer u-td by he inventt r with

unriwlieauarp niP *.rr> nmtulntatcal propertiif uftht (iiuhain' heirs at law of Juho May 5, I..t9. J'-V \ Dumission from the admimsfration of the estate cf the happiest and most universal cccess ; they are

*nfl xhi'h fir tn 1r : il> vittte Graham, deceased. J : Subscriber will continue to Manufacture Norborne T. dtc. composed entirely of vegetable sn .tatcei. They
II. B.
Any penon run boil or*ie' trie rnnt till! thv f rt a dark co'orei Tlin Taylor, BRADFORD.
liquid. .tich ii mure f<
from any thins e>te: th.\ run tlirn strain thit insipid or vapid IT Gn.hesV1.ne of the defendants named in the said ed hy Ions f'\pcrit'nce. firi l cI.I-, w rkmen. be.t all constitutionand without injury to any. They
.. ,
liqvid.PAI'tRILIA frten EXTRACT:will mr imiU'x to\"RLT.** nnd" then Hut such mil It n "nftl BAR Ita ,petition' (if he itill ia bein:,) residesibeond the materials, and Ihe met irnprotid hincrjwhich _L Notice.SIX bare been prepared with great care, and are indeed

art apply
GENULNE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S of( the United States: Iii therefore Ordered, That workmanship! durability and superior perforrnarce, I j JPp1 the lion. Jude of Probate for Leon County testimonials of their efficacy could be prodnced,

AR.APAR1LLA.. I the said defendant, Co'.hn Giaham. do appear and I Iii ntlt ..titj.ast'd} b\ any offered in the United States. for letters of dismistion as Administrator of the but a few only will be given, as the public will b*
Thm n co prrpurrd that hl,i the m.rt pn.firrtm of ibsaparIIft Fir Havmz in addition to n 'ed'* Patent Combination: better able to their value .
the appreciate after
answer sad 1 petition within (our months 'from inn rav
r"hIF.
..1." :llrol1 \t.y tllIlI' a.b., of becinursed KM.ULAR; ; LINE OF PACKETS bttweffL Estate of John Smith deceased late cf said countv.
itf I 'the date or the fist publication cf this order,other.. Water-Box, procured at ffie.it cost the sole riht to proven then Ladies,this medicine is efferpd vru
CI' fernientiuinn. t it eitmru-d and r:"' then every I New Yoik and St Mark- ar.d Newport, will VTRICK SMITH, Administrator.
{.article .t imd.ril viru i It iwrund m a |I.ure aod ronrenlrated 'j wisp the Complainait's t'etiti.jQ may be taken a! use on Cotton Gins, D nlin. Wood & Hancock'scelebrated commence running at the opening of the tall trade, March 10, IS 15. 106cmNotice. that you may in a great measure become your f.wn
i irni; and that Ui rrndrreJ ,nrnpari-eof lo..incri- .(11\ valuable contei-'ed' bv md delendant. Provided, That this I Patent Oil-Sjvins (01. winch is considered and Physicianand thereby relieve yrurselv rf many
continue throughout the entire
and tif aline proptn rrpared IB ibis made year, viz:
luutl |ourrful fctn nl ,n the 1110'11) it it the ordt published rnce a \\ek for the term of four far superior to any now in u9e- Brig WARCALLA!=ehn, Master, of those diseases from which the male part of the

Cure of iniituneraljlo di ensr!. I month in s"ne newspaper( published in the Countyof lIa' in: furnished ticht hundred Gins to the Plan. OCILLA Trim do. human race are exempt. Each box contains thirty-

_ Ienr! the reu 'n w hi we hri-.r c irunirndation. on every t\it\ Leon and State afcre aid icr- last seasonhich ha\e giten universal satisfaction SIX months after date the undersigned, adminis three pills- rice $1.00 per box.
I.ecHu'rner
In itt fi':.ir by men. women, and children. \\e find it do.rj JAMES F. BHOOME, ( will be a sufficient guarantee that his Cotton do. I Jt loni non of the estate of Samuel Kept for sale by

uondrrt in th cure olt Gins are highly ed.Enrazetnents SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (new,) Them, late of Leon County, deceased, will! F O. Welch Druizisf
presenthis Baker
..VAf.vrr/ r r."':/!/. and t.irrn COM Jude of Probate. appro W.CISS.Perr do. ) : Albany. county,GaE.

!, f!: :':, and. _in HHri'M.ITHM.. : :: :_Sfk /IXIf. rit.F.S.rtf.S March 21.1C4S. 12-tm' can be made on the most' acccmmo- Thee Brig are built in the, most substantial(new. man- accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Court of Probate SeisaJ, Druzsist, ThomasvilIe.Ga.
.
t4.1I4r ." l. all It /.Y.\-/('" IHf'PTIC.\i. r/.w- --- dating terms with his Tra tllmsr_ Aecnt, who will for Leon County, and a.k for a final settlement Hamilton W. Sharpe, Sharped Store, Lowcdes
IJLOTfV1 nnd a:1:' .rtiTimm HT.. ner expressly forti.is trade, and are commanded by
from
mf
LMPUHITV OF Jefferson Circuit Court. call on Planters ceneralh.or by-It-tier, addressed to I and discharge from his said administration. county, Ga.
THE BLOOD. careful arid
him at Clinton, Jone-s Gerrgia. experienced Captains. Freight and passage SIMEON THEUS. S. Puleston' DrnssisfMonficllo Fla.
It, e. ftainarrlliio ciYiiati mull t.'tlII.lrts Brunt from Wi1iar. nailc', aduir- del I IN CHANCERY.bonif county at the lowest rates. Aeer.t. ,
hjifntm.frfiui. .1i nitty f ikr !In''I1''. fr d"lrnllal.n, of II ,
in <' Ccmj
ftt Una ivn. r.d: tttii: ;mil bioi l flntiet civi-r Uie Uxjy It ) sale of land-to t aside Ciuntie-sm Georgia,and the Northeastern 10 Beaver street, New York. Notice.Q Fla.
b"I""" iu cqunl HI <141 and Ct.f ; nird j*.uuotr> 'eiliectorHtlon vs. JOHN DENHAM
and cent't'! 'ivrt'nniton. rcluurg : 't' tL. henry D 0:=,tt and Da- I Conveyance, &c. part of .'tlabamawilIhe lurnished with Gins; McNAUGHT IX months after date the under-lined, one of theO And by tre inventor, at the Mineral Springs

*11.11". cla"..& and evcr> oih-r pnruliut vid Barrow, JJeft*. from a branch of his bu.ines" at Rome, 'I tfd Counts & ORMOND, administrators of theestateof William S Thens, Lovrndes county, Ga.
in within' i.t f'u' lnrr mure nnmfeit'jr Men and J ac kn the of Griswold Newport. late of Leon COURt d ceased will hiac
firm
ktowledrtd. than in e::1 I In.k l nti| .if Georgia wn as & hint :, present -
tnre the satisfaction of this Auu,
appearing to Curt t 12
bv Newport W.
: -1
FEMALE COMPLAINTS.It Any orders to their address, Rcine, Georgia, will count a-id vouchers to the lion. Coart of Probate of

orkt nndera in rj w of yiuar., '..m Htatr* ru/tOlr"1 I a'Tidavit made in tfai' cause that the said defendants tneet prompt attention. Leon Count;, and a-ik for a final settlement and discharge MArJS0N CorjfTT.

Itt '_ (Hrtrrt.4. 'ePrm.d. .* I'limtiu .Mum. IrrciJer- reside out of the State of Florida, beyond the SAMUEL GRiSWOLD. WHITE SPRING, from his said administration.SIMEON. Seine tine about eight I wiscarned
It, of tin fiitrui.. |w.rini. and IV like ; and it a. ewclual jurisdiction of tbi Court, but in the United State : HAMILTON years ago
COU.VTY FLORIDA.
Jn all the f .f Cinton.Mav2' ,1S1' S! -\ THEUS. which was the second time that I had done
rbnnf irnit { A'Wury II. It is Ordered, That the tad defendants :: _ so -
: lieniy
Dog. ------ ---- --- *
By renifiting ot..trurt.II"O '.n.t t May 1 >, 154?. 20 after the last I
the ceoertl 'I"'HE Shortly miscarriage n
rrpti Htirp inform the was corieiid
.ys !
ifit ai.d David Barrow do and the ..11'\\ UKNCi: CIIAIUTORD )MI'.ii umidersinziii-drc-q'ecfuhly. . public |
tn. it r>ve ("ne nod "'(I. th t., he wii.i'e. ; body, and tout appear anf-n*r --- .
lie in the woods alt
out mzht from the
enrn .M furmiof. Hilt!! of C'-mpUint, filed in thin cause Within four .1. that they have It4,e
\'cn OU" di'aoc'. HUe ch'lillt!.. ,rionthsfrimn the date of the publication of this or. CONN. I 'vears. The mineral properties ,.t the v.ater are so Notice.A cau>ed me to take cold, which catted c,h>frncfioi..

and thus J.rcvenw ,,r reii h rrc4l.rwtr of ottir maladies, der or the said Bill will he taken for generall known that U is iiceJleis to say anything LL persons having claims and demands against of the monthly cvactitions, which er.'irtij disappeared -
eonfs.dagainI
ai *'pviJ trrtlaJ.tn. ,Vii'tpdrptir .//4. ,. 1"104" ll&urt 'tloJal"r TIJ F under iened Iiavir.g lately r'rn appointed on that subject. xX the Estate of Waller\V.Taylordeceasedlateof about three years ao. Since then 1 rave
F to violent attacks of
It denote the bl.md ernJM the liver tn of this nrdei be made I To those a'liicted with Rheumati-m, St-ruffula Dis- Lean County. are hereby notified to present then subject epileptic fit* -
heIthy ton Jn some
action. .
the .t iuach, and newspaper and Slocks against loss by fire on the most f lavorabk and the ills which I1nd authenticated Some two months since, I obtained three boxes rt
fi\ct fn.od d'C"'II"n. rrlieiet the iweli <.f published) ) at Tallahassee wetk for the pepsia, thou-and mortal. ere heir to the r ined. properly within
equalitei lorpc/r nod the coniion. aia. .nr]"mnixti'in. punfict the flint' of four months.I once a space terms. Persons who wish tn renew their insurance I In, v\e would pecltull) suet that they try its the time prescribed by law ; and all persons indebtedto Dr. Tart in's Ladies' Relief Pills, and they have reLieved -
cirtnlnti.m toflhe fc.iMid producing j nt.e: warmth with this Cotapjnv can do ," on application flora these diseases
me unpleasant above
equally all oter the h..I virtue*-belie\ins from its many almost miraculous aid Estate are re (nested to mate immediate mentioned
} and the m en >blertpiratwtn( ; re- certify I the above! to he a true copy from the record R B. POST. pay-
iaiei all tuiriurei% and tighlniti. rfm.i\., all oUtrueu.ni. and of Jefferson Circuit Court. to I cures etlected b) its use that they also will be simi- ment. RICHARD 11\YW.RDdml.. ,and from expencirntal knowledge I would

iCoratet the f'RI.,, Dt'n.u ..ttIt alii Ih.t then C. G. FIFE Clerk. Tallaha. ee, April! "th, 1;49. 14-tf :la |Iv Len'fitlbtrld we say to all who visit l this May 5119. 1S2m.Administrator's recommend them to all my female friends in affliction

The medicine you pre-erainenily' need and I do think, frcm the experience I have hal
March 31,1': j 49. Spring, that in the event that they are not bent fitted ,
nor tilt IIfI.rleTh ran "ny..f thene &tun!. twnri, .,&. '.Town.end'. info. .-- .------ I n MILLER & BROKAW'SLivery ali.'r a tuir trial, thcrewilll no charge for bnaro. Notice. they. are worthj of all that i; chimed for them.

COMPARED rianc WITH Inlln' THE liquid it OLD n"'t to DR'S t* State of Florida.--1\1iddle Circuit. -' & Sale Stable, The seekers of pleasure will here find a delightful months after date 1 shall present my accounts MOLLY OVERSTREET.

because of( one .ItAMFACi'. thu the one a INCAPABLE Sarah M. Whiting, ) In Chan er in the Circuitr :; 1l1 place to while away their time. SIX vouchers and apply to the lion. Judge cf I do hereby certify that I the above certificate. is lit-
ut IjL..UllIlATJu. eel TALLAHAfef-EC, ILlJRIDA. i. j: The Hotel having been rc-nt.vatedand. the rooms erall v true from ny own know ledge.
>Courl fur \VakullaCountv.on Probate for Gadsd County for a final settlement
while the other TXUji NEVER SPOILS Francis n. Whi'ire. ) Hill filed. ;. rniE!I sub' ,cr'i: 'cr baH DIO\ d up ti their firc-prooj. ; made comfortable and supplied with new furniture and discharge from the administration: of the estate GEO. I:. OVERSTREET.
:
tftUtt cotilnjut. lannnp. fcrmclf. end Uoriir the L brick Stables! and take lids opportunity to inform we hope to give general sati'faclion.Uur Madison County, Fla.,near Fort Hamilton,April
(il into(riiricbhi ; the aoar, arid liquid eiplo appearirsz to the satisfaction cfthe Court >Archibald Black, dec ; and also a settlement and
that ,
d.Mr. and dn.&c.rr till.., r-.1! Miut not till. bor..hle com IT the Ihur 'friends arid the pu'.lic peneralU of the arranements for supplies,&c., are such as to final discharge ,as Administrator on the dower allotted 23d, 1519.Abont ?.
pound lie rH>i on e( put eeil a fact. LVins; thanklul for the liberal rttrona;e the\ u-t to keep as good a as can in and Black
fftlrm elrtacy dttatii Texas. of the Staffs set apart Margaret dec-, as widowof
nitk arid'hat can'.i I>v"irnit tnt one of the United Statt 9\IId o'itif the South.
acid Ito we n..t all know thut when luod' court ID our itoiuacbs .1 (his State, tn that ordinary processrannct be lierI have heretofore received hey solicit a continuance said Archibald Black, dec., late of said County.E. ten years ago, and shortly after confinement,
.
what nn rhf. it pri.duai fluu"nt'f'. fceMtturn. palpituiioQof of the same, and pl'-d;e I hec.se1vcs! to spare no pains The stable will be provided with the best provender S. SHEP.-\RD Admr.
I cold which
took
,
d him //1 brought and obstruction
JUTted on
tliirtfore and ordfrnl irregularity
the :
heart, liter I upon ,
cmninaint., dinrrb'pa d\entery. colic for I the accommodation ot those wh- may patronisethem. that the country aflords, aud with attentive
and c"mi|>tion if the Loud tVhit: it hrrufula but an arid i That a Iieannj; of t the facts char-rod in said bill be ostlers. -\pril 7th, 149. 1-1 of the monthly evacuations accompanied
Their Stables situated Washington
humor in the bllj l) 1 \%'bat producet all the bnnmrn which the first : are with Lenccrrtxra, orjHtites from that
(
on Monday m Septeniber next at NewPort : litreny
"nnf on l.rtiptlon, Il.al ill the and I Passenger from Tallaha ad Jacksonville will
of
the Lk.n Maid Head to'alt liheum tj\- S-juarc, the most convenient part of town, j ee Notice.LL .
in the count (\Vakulla, at which time said. health cradually declined, until I was brought to avery
niKiabil
fwellinct, Fever ., .
vwe and all ulcerntioni- I for c.n'1rrt and convenience e, tl.e\' cannot be surpai meet with no inconvenience in pettine frcm \UiS:3'
ternhl I. und exiirnal It It nothing Lndtr heaven tint an acid dHendant) may appear ai.d plead' or ani-wer to and : >vdbanv Slabp| m the Southern countiy. tor to the Sprinir, a* arrancements will be made to .\ persons havinc demand asaint the fiecf lows Tate nf health, s-a that I was scarcely ble
II a
'lice. which aonn. and tbut tixiilt all the fluids of the .defend! against t said bill. .in/ it in futlfur crdercd, .t\ John Bozennn.lafe ft Hamilton county de- tc cct aboct I took nediciaes from several Physician. -
budy. more or <*... l\1at cue Kheniualimii November 1 tfl, 151- 1% bring them without any dda".
acid fluid which insiaioit..l lf brtneen the JO'DIII hot a and t"nr citewtere or- That a copy' of t this order be published in come one Board will be moderate. ceaedwill present them to ire with ct drl.jy.d'jIv .*, ard found but little relief, until J began to itsnme -

irnuttnc suit icnaiinrf the delicate tiuuei upon wh>ch '.f the riewcpapeni printed in this Citcuit once a LEWIS & AMES SAM RUFFINGTO.V, Jr. authenticated, within the time prescribed by law, a pale, sickly appearance and the least exer-
teranred" acta' *<> t( nerrout dineuei, or impurity of the Mood' ol l week for at least three months. CHARLCS E RYAN. or they will be barred. ticn causttJ my neck veins to throb, and I had ft

cunuin, niiturt.lo cirruliit.ont. and nearly all Un ailmeou whab affliei THOM.\S DALTZELL, Judge.Newport IAI.IRS IN \pri17.1St H-Iw 1 a ra 3n JOHN G. SMITH, I i shortness of breath, until sometime last December

,tow II *01 horrible' to mke and sell. aDd< Jf.Wt won" ,a May J2. I'-19. DRUGS) MEDICINE, PAINTS, OILS, .--. "- June !', 151.:'. cw-23 Sheriff& ex oCScio Adm'r. i I obtained from Dr. Tamn some of his Ladies' Relief

use. .Zl A Irltece'I': GEO. L. BRYANT, Clerk. MEDICAL NOTICE Pills,and I do hereby certify that I have found
SOL Toilet Arlirlfs.% &
Window (
Class
FERMENTING ACID COM!POUND Perfumery, r", more relief from them than medicine
June2. 1 1S41. 22 Court cf Probate--Leon County.In any I Fare ever -
OF S. P. TOWN SEND, y-qINTERS': BriUMII.K AND COLOKf, taken, and would therefore recommend then to
end yet 'tic 'old! f"n hiv (.Ii ,' l' Dr. Charles T. Darbyp the matter of the 'statl.T CHAMBERS
'T..alfnd'i.. IInd..t.oeI: that Old Ilr. Juab State of Florida.--Monroe County.Smith Apoflicniries l nii'I. .. females in similar situations
lof bit micro. JII''PIIrII""a"""" "'/rroaJ: .sruparg1ia, I. an UII1'A1'JO T'IiEaboie constantly on hai.d.dLdfursileat the ESPECTFULLY: :announces to t He public in zen- Lester Crook, deceased. -\rrillll .\. SIRLETER HODGES.
!
lieaten furh.d. that we ihonld deal in au Mowrv" ) lowest market prices. eral I that l.c has pennant nil) located himself in the petition of William Bailey, security,
article which would I d
ON ;>hereby that the above
J..at the,h".T d'"'III n-.e/llt.anct l'" *. P.Townsend-iarnc// I'll. BILL IN CHANCERY.Joseph I.F.WISUIES.. Montict-llo, Florida and! will be found at all tim, prajinc t that Luke Moore adrr.ini->tratcrofsald certify statementmaJe
andwl bnr.e d..w n up.; the Old Hr..uth. ( Lawton. ) unless by ray wife Sirleteris just and true, this 14th Dec.154s .
load complain' ruonnuin Tallahassee November 20, IM7. IS professionally eniiasred. Strict attention will estate may be required to give new security in lieu
,
!and crinnnttmni from Agealt w ho have sold 1 appearing to me bv. alfida\ that Joseph Lawton A. HODGES P.
,
end piirrhsrs *100 hue be paid to all professional calls. of petitioner, or in default Therecf that said Moore be
used r. ?.To .
DR04' FERME.\TL'liG _J. defendant in the bill Lowndes County, 660th Dist. G. .
filed in the above M.A
a\a'Ut\ cause, resides Confectionery and Bakery. May 5, 1-l't.:, IS removed from said administration, it appearing to ,
\Ve with it I out of the State of Florida and in
nnderrtiod brrao it It the d.n/lltc I Europe: .
in.fA. that the satisfaction of this Court that said Luke Moore
It 1' Tonrer.4'u tsar"prilla appear an- HENRY HfOTOWLE.. .
I \f.Ui 1.-\00 D. PAPY.TOVVLE
administratoraforesaid the Lester
of estate of
are hdPrn-rok aid I generally that he has hand and! Crock CARD.
the 'flrt- "/ rfunmar; that ewer the said bill \\ itbin the time prescribed by law on
,
) are nnl' diet)' *" n.CU'M.' h"'D,"ot"n single IblDI is constant! CANDIES all kinds & PAPY resides beyond the limits of the State cf Florida or
II 1lUOII. 'itl.crwise it shall be) taken pto confc &o. //1 ilJ fur. ) manufacturing, of P R. W. J. TARVIN has located for the present
the Eastern Ciicuit of Florida conceals him-
I in or
A., to.. 1' To"'nllf'nd' 'I. nil debtor and never wi. Ii no I Ilirr Oidrrtd, That a e\pY of this order be published such .s : Altorntys nod founstllors ct Law Summer and Fall at the Mineral Springs on the
dhiii.t! DO self, so that notice of said petition cannot be served
pnarmirrn.in-knowi
.
PEPPERMINT LEMON
.II" Ihlla more of medicine or.dli- in some newspaper printed in the State of Floridaonce DROPS Withlacoochee River, eight mile below Troupville,
arl) olh1' co""ranuntr formed association for the Practice him : It is therefore Ordered Tnat the said
an
nlihc.
unprufeoional man CINNAMON! LEMON C" VYnXT1HGJnr. upon Lowndes
'ht rlV\r.'cc eall a month lot nine months. HAVING County, Ga., where be will practice on
thernblic he that they ,r. Fl'r..i"inJ a will attend the several Courts of the Luke Moore, administrator as aforesaid, do
rllIuII': \ =, BAIJLEV! CANDY appear Chronic
c.eit.fc nn-d diseases
>rine JOS. B. LANCASTER principally lie has received
r.mlHirurg' all the just
tUtuetof the
artcIeiu.d, Middle Circuit of Florida and in the District Court and answersaid petition within four months from the
in ,
'
PP"1"! 1 HOARHOUNI
s.ndwhlehsteIflcCpbbldEg( chaneet Key WrFt, March 2's.A. I 1). lJS. ; a choice selection of medicmes.directfron Savannah.
IIIblrb mtot render 110,141 the .'tCX1't of lJaeue'UIII"ad or JudgeSo.Cir.Fa. And various others, them several that of the U. S at Tallahas-ce. AH business entrusted date oft the first publication of this order, or the said Persons afflicted
h..1I1L TIIOS. I F. KING, &,1. for Comp.A among are with Eruptive diseases, scald
hut wUl el..l>ould beeipertH fm one who know notb true copy from t the! minutes : useful 'for colds and cough ',ar.d is prepared to manufacture to their care will receive prompt attention. petititicn may be taken for confessed,and the prayer head, while swelling, od! ulcers, sore legs, &c., female

.r inr.ewnpitraliiely.. << iitedicmc or diaeaae It require* a penon W. C. MALONEY, Cleric. any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both 03- Office in the Capitol. thereof granted : Provided That a copy of this order diseases, dropsy, and other old chronic affections -
eiperienre Ui cook and February 17, b.t9. 7 be published once a week for four months in
"ne up even a eomnrnn decent tcfiolitale and retail.He .
--1. How hutch rnlJrl'In''r.II is It April 14. 15 fly R L. hicKs, I). C. that should think proper to place themselves
that
Inc;IlIraunl "1&0 inca some published in the City of Tallahassee.
ar.ctufllhf'cll".Ih.. de5i1n4 for H also |repared) to carry on Baking in all its newspaper under his care, will be apt to be well satisfied with

Ibtoldd WEAl ITOAUCUS AtD F.NYEEBLJD STBTEMf, State of Florida.--Middle Circuit. branches from the plain ljiafofjlrtadtto\lie\ most t W. GAITHER BURGESS & COt; JAMES H. EROOME, his treatment. This mineral water has made many

know. weii the and DledlCAI 1""niM of plants the Lest Daniel Ladd.Comp. e.vjuiMtp Caltt und I'if/i. Patties and the publiccan Receiving Fonvardhm & Commission April 1-1, 1S19. 15 Judge cf Probates. cures of Dsspepsia,Gravel,Rheumatism,&e.,and he
ti""J ,
ti an,,L.r. tno1deof e"nu"8. theIr healing vIrtues, In btacctrnmoddtcd: by pmnz timely notice ., L.JJ hopes by his assistance, that they will cure many
Crs'iuudlsess "hith alff'C1 rll. Chancery the Cir. Notice.
Je II touss.a ')itoi4ItCd. .h"w 10 .1"1'1 remedies to these dl'luet! Augustus Steele & Elizabelli .1 cnit Couit '( WAullaCounty at the Ihk'M and Corif-ctionarv on JiPr on street, l ( iiJ J.N 'T more. Dr. Tarvin will cure negroes afflicfe-d with
a uwir
w"ulldrd bunis.nity.: in UI"OCI kndls: 'UII hie"f"'laaUf ., pour helm Into his wife late Eliza Bill or filed. opposite the .Juffton ROOfS of 11.: //. Jitrry, 1'tq., II'LlD T UKE MOORE, Administrator; of Lester Crook chronic diseases, by cortr ct for an interest in them.

restore he-altb and 1".11.,. and ..w'"In.i.tn the tb dl1lpaifllll. crushed 00mr.and .. to beth Cottingham, Defls. J on Tallahas H'', Dec. 1C, ISI>. 22 .La deceased, is neither out of the State of Florida, This location is renurkablv healthy.
ten end "bantib Infrnicl' that 01.11 brn- --- Dealers Western Produce ncr concealed but correspondence wished with .
ha\COR TOW I1.: 11 T the ali May 5,1519.Nature's
fdclion
pies eMJCG1IT sad appearin- of tl.e Court that
f'UtJ\O the and Summer
[ Spring
01'1IIA.t end Clothing. him will meet with immediate attention directing
hj8 DIeUI to bring Ihfdefendanluesidein) this State,.but not in the 02 Pojdras Street, New Orleans. by -

(:rand Uuiver,nl Concentrated '",iruit in which the bill is filed : It isthutforedeandordered f1LtR1s. & -STII.I..MAN' now reciuing a Ftb. 3,1M9. 5 CmGKO. to him at Jacksonville, Fla., where he is at present jown Kenrdy for Bowel Complaints.fyilE .

Ilftncdy -ad That miles tin- said defendants 'l.I 5111.11!!, but =,Uti :i">..iln..-nt ol 1 JJ'RING AND engaged in adjusting: the accounts of the estateof

within. the i 'reach. and t. the niil-i1ge ofall who need it,that do appear herednd ansuir Ihecomplamant's bill on SUMMER; ) CLOTHING, together with a few articles W. II U r!, C II INS Lester Crook, deceased, for a final settlement cf FIllX Root is a specific remedy for EI"0J. -
'
Uy -MJ InuiMCfiulftit le rn nod "."". bv j.vful eljiienr iu I he first Monday i in Au \i>t next the same will be such asDrills the same. LUKE MOORE. dy Flux, Diarrhoea. Dysentery, &.c. It is the

lout to Ilenl. taken for confessed, flip matters thereof decreed ac- Drap tl'Kte AUCTIONEER June 30. I S.J9. 26 simplest, jet the most certain and safe remedy ever

Sold wholesale and retail l ly cord lIzly : l'-o idfd. That a ropy of this order be hnicrettcs, larseilies, &t'. discovered, a few hours will be sufficient cure the

THOMPSON. SKILLMAX: & CO. published in some one of the newspaper printed inthIS Suitable to manufacture and to be disposed of for T.1LI-11USSEE, FLA.Rt. .Sheriff's Sale. most violent case. It was firit discovered and used

Nassau Cucultoncc a weekfortwomonthssuccewivelv.t CASH, and CASH ONLY, at moderate profits ; and FER TO virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias issued from by the Chuochee Indians for Bowel Complaints with
102 BY
street, New York. S THOMAS BALTZELL Judge.: would coidially invite their old Jritn3s and custom- Messrs. II. BOND, J. W. ARGYLE D. C. Vftuox, Clerk's Oitce of the Circuit Court for the eminent success, and by them the use of this very

And by LEWIS & AMES, Newport May; 12, Ibl' eta to call and purchase.Tallabasee F-. II. FL-\cr.,T. HODSO.N?, and J. T. ARCHER. Ccunty of Jackson Western Circuit of Florida and valuable root was made known to the whiles This

Agents, Tallahassee. A true copy : GEO. L. BRYANT, Clerk. March 17, 1519. 11 March 10, 1S4'J. 10 to me directed, wherein Daniel Cook is plaintiff plant flourishes in the valleys of Western Georgia

April 21, IS49. IG-ly June 2, 1619. 22 __ and Reuben Scott i is defendant, I have levied upon and North Carolina. It is neatly put up, ready fcr

._ Middle Lniul For Sale ch7e 1. 17 @ rrr u iFJ] and will offer for sale, before the Court-House- use in oun< e caoers.sufficient to cure several cases,

Rail Road Notice. Circuit---Leon County.Silas A RARE CUA\CE! D in the town of Quncyon; the first Monday in July, at 50 cents per paper.

Burney, ) In Attachment. Allorney at Law 1S49 within legal hours, the following described For sale b> W. Brinson &, Brother, Madison C "s
"IIF land known the "
as "Ovcrstteet Tract 9
Fla. E Alttcello.Fla. -
t'.. > Sum sworn to S-SO 4S100. .Jt miles; north of TalUha Hlonlirtllo, Jefferson County, florida. propertyto wit : ; SiexasThonnsvilleG.S.PuIesto

@lI Isaac Hutto ) Bond in $100 00. ville toad, adjoining Gov. Branch'>ee, near plantation the Thomas-containing WILL attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle The 'following Negro Slaves: Jeff, Dick, Fields ha see, Fla.., and by E. Barnard,Jr.,Druggwt.Talb-

defendant and all otheis interested are here 7 or bOO acres. Will be sold low arid ( ,and of the County Columbia in the and Spencer.
it THE on i
NOTICE hereby piren to the Stockholders' Levied the of said May 5,1849. IS-3m
of notified of the institution of tbe above suit satisfactory terms to one'wishing to purchase. For Eastern Circuit. upon as property defendant,

Wednesday.' "a *e Rail Road Company, that on and required to appear and plead to the declaration/ further particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, March: 1919. 13 and to be sold to satisfy said writ of Fieri Facias.

C day of June next an election will filed therein within. the time B. C. WEST. Sheriff. S. S. KNIGHT
cnhcd
be held at tbe Office of the t>re by law. or DANIEL LADD New Port. ,
for Company Tallahassee, WALKER it GWYNN. Jan. 13, 1S49. 2 tf Thomas Jeff. Heir By R. F. JONES.
BCTen Director to Wholesale i Retail Grocer & Proiijion Dealer
the '
June
Ecanase affairu of said >0.1540. 21 2, IS.!. *
4 Company for twelve months from that date. __._MayJ_ Att> for Prff. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,

R. K. CALL, Pres. T. R. Co. Florida Middle Liverpool Salt. practice in the Circiit Court in each Just Received TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

,: Tallahassee.) April} 7, 1 I49. 3,0-14 [Sentinel. Circuit.IN ] ) ECEIVED per Schooner Lucy Blake, COO. Sacks WILL of the Middle Circuit, and in the Su- KEEPS constantly on hand,and offers for sale it a

GADSDEX CIRCUIT COURT. IX Lit'erpoolSalt. For kale by Court and United States District Court PER SCHR. TALLAHASSEE, a large and fresh advance on cost, for cash, all the stanl-

Pure Sulphate of Quinine. Archibald McPhattfr, Guar- ] JOHN DENHAM. prtme I a1J?h8.e. a ot siigar-cu'red Ham!, plain Hams, Rice, ard articles in his line. Flours of approved floa*"

I subscribers have on hand two hundred and dian Thomas V.'ilks, ( ATTACHMENT : Newport\ 3st! March 1819.Pickled Monticello, January 29. 1545. 2S sold Flour, the Bacon Sides Lard, &.c. All of which will be ities-Sugar*. Cotfeea. Teas, Bacon, Ham. PC'**
THE at lowest rates for cash
\ very only. Candles Lard artickt together
and all similar
ouncei of Sulphate of Quinine which VI. Sum &\\'orr. to $110. Soap, ,
they John Johnson. Mullet. GEO. II. BESTWICK, with Fruits Irish Onions M''**
have obtained direct 'from the _, Medical Notice. Potatoes,
they will warrant it to be a superior manufacturers article. and 'PHEctfendant and all others interested will (take i' BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED: MULLET, oft Corner of Monroe and JeCerson streets. Raisins, Figs, Almond,and all other articleu uaUJ

I We have enlarged our stock of Drugi and Medi. L note of the commencement of this suit by at )Li the first catch, and in fine order. H. G. W1RT M. D. J. L. CALL M. D. May 12, 1549. 19 found in similar establishments.

p cines by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute tachment and appear and plead to the declaration fi. For sale low by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. DRS. WIRT & CALL have associated themselves Great Store next door above G. II. Mfginni%on Men-
Bargains-Real Estate.
orders 'lor articles in our line, at wholesale led in this case' R. E. GIBSON Newport Novcmber 25, 1S4S. 19 the practice of Medicine Surgery, A.C., and roe street. '
p or retail
on the most accommodating terms. May 1J>, 1S49 20 Ally. of Plft offer (their service to the public. TWILL sell my plantation, 6-10 acres, one mile April 29, 1949. 17 ly
0 Office over Dm* Store,Monticello Florida. JL North of Tallahassee
We have also a few account yet due to us for the Iron &c. finely watered more than
,
year 18 7. They are generally in small amounts DR. J. S. BOND August 5, 1$48. 3 ly one half standing in timber, rich hammock,at $6.00

but if the whole could be A FULL assortment Iron,2 to 7 inches wide, per acre. Also my house and lots in Tallahassee Tobaccos.FULL .
paid shortly it would go hi. professionaj services to the citizens 40 kegs Nails, assorted' sizes, HUNDRED BUSHELS receiwd -
far towards OFFERS AFfiW CORN. for $1,500. Terms-One third Cashthe balance in manufactured Tobaccos,josf
liquidating certain supply
; sums which we owe. husee and the Jut received and for vale
byMcNAUG1IT
LEWIS & AMES. Office surrounding country.. For Sale by two equal annual installments, fiom 1st January, .L4.. and for sal l>yMcNAlTGHT

April _, IS4.'. 41 at Col. Fikhcr'i Hotel. & ORMOND. R.B. & D.W. POST. II IS.W. JOhN P. DuVAL.Del & ORMOPjjorjjrchjjj.l0

)!av21l1,17. 43 t Newport Much 10, lS4i/ 10 May 10, 1549. 20 Air. May 5, 1St!. 18

.