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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 14, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
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MAXWELL' + & IIILTON.r TALLAHASSEE I l FA., SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1849. VOLUME f I---NO. 28. .' r ;

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Tim FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL THE CHOLERA. been noticed before in the public prints. For [Iron THE FLORIDIAN .JOURNAL.] Brief Account of Braddock's Defeat. of our conversation. Let it drop. Whatcv-. -i

r catarrbal affections substitute cholera, and PRETTY WOMEN. crd sncr? hung over me I knew it not." {
SATURDAY.
EVERY t I
III PUBLISHED, .-.- .""'- Qcixcv, July 3d, 1849.Messrs. presto-beheld the theory is concocted quick* I\ LINKUM LTTLETl'I. RELATED BTT GEN. WASJGTO: :This was uttered in a tone of voice that ad. ''"

T E lUllS : Editors: In the present dearth as the scene on the juggler's hand-board. A writer in Noah's Sunday Times has give milted of no further talk upon the matter. .

Tuner OOLL'RtI per annum, if paid in advance.THKKE of political and) other intelligence, it may not It is easy to say to one's self i:'ozone irritate; NUMBER THREE en a highly interesting account ofan evening Scarcely Washington concluded, when a ;, =

AND A HALF, if j>aid l within six months. Lc unacceptable to your numerous readers to the mucous membrane of the air canals, i it! The wire to curl, the clow indented comb at Washington's Head Quarters on the Hudson his favorite negro servant, Billy," entered *''
j-'oi'R DOLLARS, if not paid untdtheendoftheyear. have !some items spread before them in rela will irritate the mucous membrane of the f to. To call the locks that lightly wander, home ; on which occasion that illustrious man the room. He whispered, rather than spoke, *i *
,Tht'se terms will be rigidly adhered to, and tion to Ciiou'.EA: in the columns of your valuablc mach and bowels, and here is cholera. Ii And chief, the mirror, where the ravished maid, narrated the main incidents of Hraddock'i a few words in the general's ear. 1,: I. '

no, paper unless will at be the discontinued, !option ol until the" publishers.all arrearage SubBriber *are- : journal. And while our hearts should sulphur decomposes and destroys ozone, whyit 'Tis
paid will be received for three months at One. glow with gratitude to the Author of all Good will cure the cholera-and forthwith a Instruct the eyes carl voting coquettes\ to roll. on that evening, was Count Rochambeau, ihe same low tone. .
J"ilu-'ix) montU! wl 1 &>. Every older (for the for our exemption so far from the visitation of grand discovery Is proclaimed. Is it not lam. Teach infant cheeks a bidden blush to know, Commander-in-chicf of the French army in Yes, sir ; and he requests particularly to .,j,
paper out of this county must be accompanied with this terrible scourge, we should be preparedto cntable, :Messrs.\ Editors, that such trifling And little hearts to flutter at beau." America, and the brave .Mnjor-General! see Gen. VV ashin'ton." ,

the 1 cash, union authorized the order comes in the through State.; any of our receive it, for we know not at what mo. I should take the place of quiet, laborious and It is not a more notable fact than true, that Gilbert Mortier, better young known by his title of "Gentlemen said Washington, risin" tl

regularly agents ment it may be in our midst. About the miJ-1 searching investigation: in a matter, too,, ladies are affected in like manner with the nobility, the Marquis de Lafayette.The with that peculiarly graceful air that in him ''

A n vr.UT i s i:H1:1Ts dIe of December, the ship Swanton where the lives of human beings arc concern word rc//y as men with that of mart. Nowit dinner was over, the cloth removed,, was naturl, "please excuse me a few momcnts. "
Will be inserted! at the rate of One Dolbrpt'r square: at New Orleans from Havre, with a large I ed, and by men standing; in the ranks of an is not our intention to fall! out with the fair I and the desert, consisting of cracked hickorynuts I will return in the sam space of e
! twelve line forthefirstandfittycentsforeach number of immigrants on board, some of honorable and enlightened profession ? Hut sex, because they may chance to have their i and apples-simple fare enoughwereplaced time." 1
sol),-eiuent' insertion. A rl'3wnble! i > deduction whom it was reported had died of Asiatic i sulphur has cured the cholera :-I doubt it. weak points, but merely to express our opinion the table. The conversation had Washington proceeded to the door leading

will be made on legal noires,,estate not icr*having,yearly I, Cholera on the passage. As was to be expected I Hut if it has, if we are to believe the papers on this adorable and mighty word, which been of upon a general nature, chiefly relating to to his quarters, where he perceived a Jterhorne ,

tegular notices accounts! without with alteration the office.by pcrous : the public mind was greatly alarmed and periodicals, so has hundreds of other rem has caused much unhappiness, separated the war, with an occasional witticism from by four American soldiers. The ser. '

All announcements of candidates l
DOLLAR.-invariably l in advance. Ni attention An examination revealed the fact that 15 or signally failed. The most antagonistic reme- engendered.pridc, produced wars, and has in within; t the bounds of propriety, for nothingelse officer had been taken prisoner in an outpost '.
will be paid to order lor' announcement,unless dies and the said to the end been skirmish, and r
any 10 out of 2SO had died with ship dysenteryand most visionary means are productive innumerable diseases would answer in the of Wash- severely wounded. The skir
accompanied religious, marriage with the, and cash.All obituary' : notice published I' other affections, such as are common among have succeeded. Dr. Moore, of :Mobile\ affirms and unnumbered deaths. Verily, it is inglon. presence mish took place on the lines in Westchesterthe

!gratuitously I ; but editorial notice for private a large crowd of steerage. passengerson tobacco injections to be a specific ; Dr.) well known that ladies, in order to preservethe General," said Count Rochambeau, with day before. He had been brought across .

benefit, will be charged; as advertisements. a long voyage, confined to a close space, Cartwright, of Natchez combination of cal. appellation: of being pretty, will submit to a slight French accent, give us Frenchmen, the river, and requested, as a great favor, that '

and breathing a contaminated atmosphere.One omel l. opium and camphor, which :Mr. Secre- an)torture of the human frame such as wearing if your excellency pleases, home little account he might be taken to the commander-in.chief.

JOB WORK. of the females, after the arrival, was car tar}' Walker says never fails ; Dr. Graves, oi tight corsets, and exposing their delicate! of the battle between the English and the It is a true statement. sir," said the officer,
well prepared: to execute Job Work, such Dublin the eminent of medical frames in the in a feeble tone, from the litter.
We are ried to the Charity Hospital and died in a f few most men most inclement seasons to the French and Indians, when the British
cards, blanks pamphlet\c.: with neat- general "
a re**bills!*! and, despatch. All work of thi d<..>cnption, hours, with all the symptoms of Cholera Asphyxia. condemns calomel!, and has an abiding faithin severities of cold, by wearing thin slippers, Braddock, was killed, in which you bore "Your name ? said Washington.

except far person having:; 't'trla'colll1l"' with I The day after the vessel anchored, sugar; of lead. In a letter to the President and dresses. low on the neck. Yes, so celebrated a part. I know my country- "lalkeu, sir-Captain Hket of the

the office, must be paid 'foi( un delivery. a Herman aged t3 died in less than twenty- by a Physician of Nashville\ the cold dash is "Giddy female, thoughtless train men, with Indians, got the best of it but .
_. -- four hours at the same Hospital, and with the affirmed to be a specific. In fact there is no For sake of fashion. yield to pain. that was not tlC fault." ; |* A. son of the late Sir Peter Halkett?" in*

'!J (g [E [L lL. fA IN! {) D 5; j same symptoms. This ended the cases from end to them. Each proclaims the infallibility (; They will weigh themselves down with im. With pleasure your ," the replied. quired Washington, with some anxiety. ,
-- --.-_.----------- -- From this time t of his and condemns that of his neigh. mense quantities of general "I am sir."
------- -- the Swunton. sporadic cases, own clothing, and endure it in Every head was now bent fore ard to listen.
IP'oa THE FLORIP1AN JOURNAL] droppings as it were before the shower, occurred bor. In the meantime, the pestilence hurries the sultriest weather ; form protuberancestermed "Gen. IJraddock's were fine, xvell- "The son of Sir Peter laYket my gallant +

SMART FELLOWS. I daily in different parts of the city. The ofT its victims in spite of specifics. The truthis bustles of immense magnitude and disciplined fellows," siid troops Washington, "but friend who fell by my side mortally wounded '

BY LIXKCM LITTLiTt'.M.Nt'MBEH : Swunton sailed from Havre, at which time' that cholera, like all other diseases, should shocking to behold. In a word, they wi nib- as little calculated! for fighting Indians, as raw at Braddock's defeat Btlly see this officer

there was cholera, and the development of be treated according to the pathological con mit to any of the despotic mandates impe- recruits to manage a bittcry. is a mistake taken to my room. Call Dr. Craik immedi.

-TWO. the disease in the city at the time of her arrival dition of the system, and it is the enlightened rious fashion. And wherefore is it ?just that Braddock was so imperious I as is stated. ately, and see that every attention is paid to i i

.' All human rare would fain bow Hs. is regarded as a coincidence merely. I ) Physician alone who can discriminateand I To please a dandy coxcomb's E)e" He was an English officer who had seen birn. Let this be done at once."

And millions! miss for one that hits." The idea of contagion is discarded. however select the appropriate remedies. I Admitted that it and then much service, and acquired some credit for Washington returned to the dining apart
this be, the disease ascended the Will cholera visit Florida ? So far we may now procurea ment, but he did so merely to say-" Gentle I
For every why he had :a wherefore; may compahion-hut these his conduct at the battle of Culloden, ten years
Knew more than furry of them do, Mississippi\ desolating its immense valley" have enjoyed an immunity from its visitation, wealthy angel visits, are few and far occurrences between. before. Colonel Gage, the second in command men, I must beg you to excuse me for the re.
As tar as word and terms would po: and turning its course Eastward, has visitedin but we have no right to suppose that we shall mainder of the evening. A British officer,
Take General the last Governor
the ,
now
word into serious consideration Gage royal
All which he understood by rote, succession the principal cities on our Atlantic be thus always favored. It advances, wheels the son of an old deceased friend, has been
serv'd, would and granted that of: Massachusetts, was the man who
And as occasion quote. you it out, will it :
sea-board. Recent advices apprize us about, retraces its steps, winds a slo't serpen : carry procure had his ear chiefly, and to him be. attributed brought in badly woundEr and I wish to be ,
you any lasting( applauseany true ad.mnirerswill may
It is an admitted fact, that that which is of. that it has advanced as far South as Richmond. tine course, now to one side, now to another, ? in the disasters of the with him for a whie. Enjoy yourselves as
win the a gnat measure
len designed for our own benefit and encouragement It is still approaching us, but from leaving untouched one village, almost depop. and i you of genuine icspect day. Gage had somehow conceived a if was present, excuse my absence."-
unfading fcober-min- great
friendship
more frequently tends to injure thanto various causes is disarmed of many of its torrors. .:.ulating another in the !same neighborhood, (led men ? Granted that a strong thousand, fops and dislike for me, and my Virginia Rangers.In .- Bowing to all, he withdrew.

improve us either mentally' or physically.All It is scarcely probable that it will die and attacking onc-halfof a third ; <'n acquiring liawble dandies are worshippers at the shrine. fact, I think he held us all in contempt. I The French officers who were present a1.
mankind, it matters not whether young or out in its present limits. In the midst of the in some way a rapid increase of vol. Nike the of fashion the had asked permission the day before the bat most immediately left, with the politeness .

old, rich or poor, gentle or humble, htrivc to alarm and terror which its spread everywhere utility, makes a maddened jump, perhapsIca"cs debut of fluctuating other changes at tip to lead on my Rangers in advance to flank and regard that Frenchmen know 8o well I'

win a name, to obtain what is termed repula- created, any means of keeping it off'; a large district almost untouched, and some pretty woman, they are the forests in the neighborhood. My men bow to bestoxv. Some of the young officers s I

tion. It is the hobby. of the present age.- or curing it, was eagerly caught up by the invades a town the inhabitants of which had all used to forest life, and I knew the of the American army remained at the table, ,
With vanities, from( \\ere
Now the 'veriest clown of the backwoods, is I public, and the Sulphur remedy so called has flattered themselves they were still at tome shitt varying the:: every part of t the Indians. The and the unfrarmeledjrst and joke now went
The\ moving toy-shop their heart, ways request was granted
noted for some veritallc qualify which is either I To those alto- round hilarity.
had a widespread notoriety. It has been the distance from the enemy. and ready to much
just as men were
peculiarly his own, or which ho possessesto means, I fear, of precipitating many to the nether unacquainted with its laws, it seems in become the adorers at the feet of the new with days'provisions my in their haversacks, Suddenly one of the doors opened, and t

a greater: degree than any of his acquaintance tomb The use of this article, and its alled the highest: degree uncertain and capricious, queen ; and you, who once reigned supreme, orders came, in Gage's handwriting, but Washington appeared. Without looking at anyone i
: so far as he is known. I its are left to vent your spleen at the fickleness of at the table, ho passed on tiptoe
ed efficacy in cholera, is founded on a mere so influenced! is its appearance by general signed by Braddock, to take old position. through u
And hold it to be an undisputed rule, the Lords of Creation. i my the As he reached further door he
we
hypothesis mere assumption: without proof.: atmospheric conditions, by local impurities I, of course, could do nothing clue but obey rom. a ,
that a reputation for smartness merely, with- It rests on the same sandy foundation( as the and contaminations of the air, and by the condition Pretty iromcn, too, like smart fellows, want I orders. I saw distinctly what would occur, turned slowly round. Every eye was upon I

out being attached to borne profession, i is invariably house of the foolish man of old-as the floods of body of those subjected to the actionof everybody to know it, to acknowledge it. and I went to Hradclock's for we him-every voice was still. He simply ri!.
ruinous. No good thing can come of I take They are. and they pretty ; thev quarters his finger to his lips, and passed out. With f
; I swept away the house, so the light of truth its cause. It would be unwise to a pretty wile were then encamped, but was told I could n-1
it. Such a repuation tends only to elevatethe will sweep away the Sulphur remedy. It is temporary arrest for a complete cessation, and are alxvays showing usurp all authority see him-that he was then in conference with out a word being spkt'n, every guest with-
mind it to distract the all worship to themselves.'T'his drew. und his for the y
to puff with'Imity a pity to disturb the dreams of some people, to congratulate ourselves too soon that our Ccusi"cl Colonel Gage and several other officers. I was They sympathy
attention from some honest calling: \ to harrass love has been and would be they really were wounded officer. a
bo
hum- our
pleasant. tu
they are so They anxiety) premature precautions some\vh-it surprised that I had not been called
and annoy the unfortunate aspirant, until he hugged, especially in medicine ; but the truth I unnecessary. I will bring t this long I the only happy few.. Hut prettiness! nowadays to the council: but pride forbade me to Long years rolled away. Washington,
degenerates to worthless \ and insignificant is showered all around No my with most of his leading comrades in ,
eventually ; must be told, although it demolish these airy I comin'inication to a close by remarking that us. town send in name after such minifest omission arms,
loaicr. The appellation for beinga castles.: If the hypothesis: in regard to the attended to in time, Cholen:.is under the con. no village, no community, nay scarcely a I family ; I my returned to regiment a called were resting in their graves O. the officers ,
smart is a capital crime One mightas but what has its Virgil my my of that Gallant French who came withRochambeau f
fellow cause of cholera be untenable, then according trot of medicine. The gastric uneasiness, own pretange. officers together, and we agreed, come xvhatmight army *:
well be called a notorious gambler, or to all legitimate rules of reasoning the remedy diarrll a. Ac, termed cholerine, is easily subdued I says that the earth is ful veri to stand firm together if am thing happened to America, to fight in the cause >
pointed out as an irreclaimable drunkard. ly the land is full of Not I freedom against oppression, but some five or
goes with ii. It is assumed; that ozone is but t the accession of the stage of collapse pretty women. a to the regulars, and fight the Indiansin
bometimcs happens that smart fdlovs: are a the cause of cholera. What is ozone ? In precipitates the patient into irmediatlruin day t that we choose 'to look from our casement their own -in fact, to save the arm six survived. The young Lafayette had i
long time in finding out that they are smart, when in native but xx-ay passed to middle His companions had ;+
some experiments made a few years since by This is indicat by I the cerulean and our city we can spy. Next morning we took our line of Marchfor age.
but whenever the discovery i is made, they rev Prof. Schonbein, of BasIc, it was bhown that puckered kin, from the icy surface of which tripping along,somo woman fair. Now, to Fort Du Qiiesne. When up we been cut down by the storms of the French
approached
solve at once to make: a puth, and to sustain when electricity passes from a pointed body issues the sweat of death-the sunken eye we would give the golden apple it the ravine where the lay in ambush, revolution, or had fallen in battle in the early c;

the distinguished title. If says a fellow, Jam into the air. a new substance or body was c- and cadaverous face, the vomiting and purging would he I hard In dccide.Whereforc for a short enemy time, not because we wars of the then republic. One day he rev

smart, why I'll achieve more. Here I volved. This body resulted from the decomposition of rice water btoolsthe horrible cramps.All tllen, should there be such em. we haled and the Indianswere ceivcd from a comrade an inviitation: to dine I ,

have won a' name without any exertion. of water by the electric agency, and .\ these but too truly show that the fell de. ulation, buch striving, such dressing, such there your but countrymen for the of consultingas with the remaining French officers who had i
What is it then that I cannot do when I ? off" when excel.Nevertheless purpose served in America. The was but ,
try as expressive of its powerful odour the term btrover has fixed its inexorable grasp, and showing none particulary- to the best means of approaching the fort, cllea
Helter-skelter goes business-he is off on a ozone was applied to it. When inhaled, it I the t.k.1. of the Physician and the sympathy)" of f we honestly in just but a few miles distant. For the last time I a little way from Paris, and he gladly accep. ;i
wild omle chase he becomes a monornoniac, nccordance with old adalthat" ted thc invitation. The noble host received I
; produced effects similar to I those occasionedby j are alike unavailing. God grant that an that that the Rangers might be sent
and sacrifices everything to this one itofd chlorine and cromine, irritating the air we may be delivered from the awful pesti tition i i5 the life of business." Now we verily forward requested to lead the and ascertain him with great attention, and the meeting of

which has nothing for its foundation but vanity passages, and inducing acute catarrhal affec lence. J. believe that married ladies should by all whether there were way obstacles in our the guests was of course most cordial.

and self conceit, and aims at attaining an tions. This induced Schonbein to conjecturethat means cultivate good looks, more cspecial. It then that any Colonel Gage. in Come," said he, dinner is announced. t
was
end which has no existence. The smart fellow catarrhal epidemics influenza Circumstantial Evidence.-Moftof neatness, in order to hold fast the path. Let me lead the way."
as mightbe Singular somewhat warm, said that 'the British
sometimes uses himself public advantage, owing to the presence of ozone in the air. our readers will doubtless remember an ac- love of their own true Lords. Hut to young tones and not buckskins, should lead ihe They entered an apartment, rude in the ex.

but is most commonly a troublesome curse. Ozone decomposes iodide of potassium at ordinary count of{ a shocking murder, which appearedin ladies, we would say, never seek after the regulars' for, Rangers wore buckskin treme. The broad overhanging beams, the
Virginia
lIe is always striving to accomplish ome- of if I way our plain rough furniture, the doors and windows, 3
temperatures, by separating the iodine. our columns a lexv weeks ago, as batingbeen popular praise being styled pretty- you le gins, hence the name. It was not Hi
thing, and that something! must! be always The iodine, in the minutest quantity: turns recently perpetrated in the county of f do not wish to be entirely ruined, for when I Braddock, as is related, who made the simple viands on the table, and the huge

crowned with success. lie is not satisfied starch blue. Therefore paste made of starch, Put ant. Mr. David Rocs, a very wealthyand such a thing once engrosses your mind, rest this remark. I ent'ral. equal warmth, platters of cracked hickory nuts, made them :

with being smart now and then ; but must: be with a watery bolution of iodide of potassium, prominent citizen of that county, "as returning assured that ex-cry thing else will be I I.f alone but refused the offer to lead all start. t
was again "
smart at all times and on all occasions. If f spread on a piece of cloth and hung in the from his Factory on the Oconee river, and disregarded, merely to keep up appear the advance, and the was at once Do you know where you are ? said tho !; '

accidentally he has once made an impression, air, is a means of detecting the presence of I to his family residence, about half a mile or ances. If any young man should be so presumptuous army the owner of the chateau to Lafayette. .
in motion marching same as an
be treasures it up in his memory, and is ever ozone, for the latter liberating the iodine, it three quarters distant, at nine O'cOci on a as to call you pretty, cut his acquaintance put would march, in a country of way Europe.The .- "Yes-well, well," replied the veteran, i 'I"
alive to a sense of that happy hit until anotheris immediately colors! the starch blue. Now as dark tiigght.V'hile passing through the -bid him be of-fir he is nothing: army allowed about half the column to resting his arm upon the table, and brushing ; :

made. to ozone as a cause of cholera. Inl scientific swamp on foot( and alone! ho was shot dead more nor less than an oily, butter.tonguedf the enemy ravine, where I feared the difficulty. away a tear-" We are again at WASHTHE i ti
The smart fellow too, is a bore-he rather be esteemed pass IXGTON'S HEAD-QUARTERS ox HUD ,
Strive
great discussion to say that a proposition is not with a double.barrel gun, in the hands of flatterer. to pretty Of sudden came a rapid discharge from the .
is decidedly the old man of the sea, to everyone proven, is to say that it is nut true according some person unknown. One of the chargestook skillful l with the wheel, or needle, (don't he a and then arose the Indian yell, a SON !" I .

who is so unfortunate as to come in con. to the inductive philosophy. Not only has it effect}; in the head, and the other in the alarmed, girls ) and to cherish a spirit and I sound road.sidt which men well knew, and knew ,71.' I'I,

tact with him. He is smart-he know it- not been proven, but there are abundant reasons body of the deceased. The assassin stood so love for 17eatness and industry, which will xvLich course my to take. The regulars in front California Trinkets. The Nexv York Her- ,
he will be smart-everybody) must .Know it it probable that it is burn his victim with the keep out of idle company, and a affair
rendering unsusceptible near as to poxvder. you prove panic struck, fell back after firing a few shots aid, thus describes a stranger brought
everybody shall know it. And any one of Time will not allow The coroner' after and laborious source of lasting comfort to you through the
proof. me to no. jury, a patient in great confusion on the main body ; and home by Lieut. Beale, whose revelations about r r. .
who is unluckily I thrown in the position of a lice these in detail. It will be sufficient to investigation; rendered a verdict char meandering scenes of life. You will never the Dunbar's regiment, struck l
witness is compelled to undergo the trying be with useless and rear guard, El Dorado we gave to our readers yes. I. +
on
say that if so direful a scourge owes its originto ing a son oflr. Hog with the murder. We pestered hangers soap with sudden terror threw down their arms
ordeal, till the brain is wearied and the heart locked dandies-but attract the attention of erday :-- '
that of f
this came, the human race would long ago lear frm a of Putnam, one and fled. It was with great difficulty, so fill-
sickened for the feebleness and vanity) of human have been swept from existence, as the al- the circumstances which led to tlii concu.sian the more sober and manlier portion of society. ed was the road with fugitives, that I could We learn that Lieut. Beale has in his '

nature. ledged cause is, and from time immemorialmust ., was, the.{ examination. of, one. s., I But if you. persist- in. an overweening. attachment extricate my command and form on the narrow Possession a watch, encased in a big lump of ,. "
Now if you wish to live peaceably and con. have been universally diffused. Hut with which the gun was loaded.: I uppcaf'uill for the six lettered word, 1'rfly, road side. Wc then advanced into the pure California Gold, 23J carats fine, with a

tcntedly, to die happily, never allow yourself cholera is of modern date. It was first known evidence, that the deceased was the only your beauties will become, as time folds up woods and commenced fighting the Indians in brass cable! chain, with large lumps of gold ,

aspire to the reputation of a smatt fellow. in India in 1603, but did not attract special subscriber to the Macon Telegraph in his the scroll of your life, their own fashion, not with the expectation of attached to every other link, hammered in the i

This one word smart lias been the ruin, the attention until about 1810. From this timeto neighborhood ; and upon close examination, -like tyrants old and friendless grown, gaining the victory, but succorring the regulars roughest and richest profusion. Big lump

destruction of more men, though it is only the present moment it is endemic in the, it was discovered that one of the wads was Yet bate repose and dread to be alone, : so that they might form again in the of gold were hammered together around the ; .
Worn '
out public
every eye
made up of five letters, than any other wordin East, where it annually carries off hundredsof composed of a piece torn from that paper.-' Nor leave one xigli i weary behind I hem \hel they die." rear. We had a hard time of it, for we were watch, till the whole, excepting the face, was a
the English language, except the word thousands. In 18IV2: it first invaded And we-learn from another that the The
tal.
Europe, source, FiemiuRton, Fla. IS fu. not many in number. Braddock fell earlyin encased in the precious m key wasa
death. The very definition of the word smart, after ravaging British India, and almost de. number of the paper from which the wad was the action, mortally xvound.d, and was chunk of gold, with the pipe insertedin

'( painful-which also proves a great deal. )populating: whole provinces. In 1847 it pur. torn, was found in a shot.bag which had been Young Men, help Yonrsclccs.-" Providence carried offtliR field in a tumbril by Dr. Craik, it for use. Altogether it was one orhoufTlie ; t

Hence foreigners upon learning our language, sued the same route. The laws in regard to used by young Ross, on the same day the murder ," we.are told, helps those who help the surgeon of our regiment. The firing continued looking, and richest and most ''faIuLleo I t ill i

are astonished at one's being called a painful its spread[ and propagation: are the same near- was committed. The piece was compared themselves." A true proverb, an.) worthy lobe some lime, and xve were forced to give watches I in existence." M
fellow-but truth is sometimes stranger than ly as t'.ose which and influence other and fit completely as satisfy t the jury French
govern stamped on every heart. Passing on back from overwhelming numbers,the Another "of the sort," only heavier:-
fiction Therefore, if any man should call, epidemics. And the result is that proper san-: that the wad had been taken from the same through life, you find many a stream that will regulars having come up through the woods.At .

or accuse you of being a smart foliate, don't itory precautions, and a strict observance of' paper found in the shot-bag. cross path-but don't sit down and mourn.If this period had fallen. on both sides, Although he himself brought a piece s

consider a moment, but knock him down, and hygienic rules, restrict its limits and greatly This, we ulerbtall, was one of strangest you your can't wade across, throw stones to stand and seeing the many conflict useless. I gave orders, weighing tight ]pounds, Lieut. Beale assuresus '

devote yuur elf forth with with more ardor than diminish virulence.. Filth, impure air, circumstances! that settled suspicion on the upon, or bring forth a dead tree from tile for so far as my command went, to retreat ; I that he has seen a lump actually weighing 1
"
t\"r to common sayings and common things, scant and improper diet, depressing passions, young man.-laltO Eagle. est, and you will soon make a bridge and be may say, without vanity in their favor, but iiccnly-Jite jxiunds. yto
that you may for the future escape' the calumniating ; intemperance and other causes, lead to the 1 safe on the opposite side. Today you are for the Virginians the whole army would have t
aspersion. The very name of a fool development of cholera in any state or condition The Methodist Episcopal Church, South, opposed in your project. Don't stop)don't been taken. They saved the remainder of To leepfoh .Alire.-The London Lilerar S t E

is far more durable, for under t that cloak you of the atmosphere, and it would be un- have at length commenced legal proceedings go back-meet the opposer-persevere and the British regulars. The retreat was horrible Gazette has the following, in reation

may device, carry: on, and accomplish your philosophical while these manifest causes are for the recovery of the share of the Church you will conquer-Providence will assist you. and if the French leader-pardon nee, keeping fresh fish alive :

schemes without exciting suspicion. We assert in action, to ascribe it to an agent which exists : property which.they claim by the terms of You have failed in business-comu out from Count Rochambeau: for the allussion to your Those worthy individuals who take delight] ;

again, that the appellation applied to a universally on space, and throughout till separation. The writ is returnable at the July under the toad stool of despondency and try countryman-had followed up his success, but in Izaac W'alton'o art, and who moreover, are "

man of being "a smart follotr," is undoubtedruin. time. I term of f the U.S. District) Court of this Dis again. Zounds .if you don't help )yourself few of the regulars would have cscaped.r e in the habit of sending the result of sports to ;,

"Seest thou a man," Bays the I pro. dazflte. and I do nothing, and be Virginians, fully acquainted with the different their epicurean acquaintances, must learn an ;
In the British and Foreign; Med. Chirurgical trict.-P/l. persevere you wi '(
verb, wise in his own ronceit-there is more and on modes of Indian warfare, would have escaped indispensable Ii-ce of information, tiz : how
No. 2 for 184rt :513; 1 punched at by every beggar; pauper
Review, April, ,
page
hopes of fish fresh. This be done
a fool than of him. to by
Your friends the woods but keep may
Illinois U. S. Senator.-Several of the crutches, who passes along. by scattering through ;
in an article on ozone as a cause of disease, > +
Flemington. Florida,159n.A the soft of bread in and
don't in the would have been over- soaking part brandy,
Democratic of Illinois have declaredin have died, bury them---but linger the
this "As is immediately paper poor Englishmen
paragraph : ozone
occurs it
it into the of the fish while
luinftctant.tr. S. 1... I Jerry, who decomposed by sulphuretted hydrogen' favor of John A. M'Clcrnand for U. S. church yard mourning because they are gone taken, every one. have thus related to you. inserting gilt .

lives in the Southern end of the city, mentions and sulphurous acid, it would not be wholly Senator, in the place of Gen. Shields who and you may go next. Up with you ; wipe in a few words., tbo truth of BraJdock's def is yet with alive, afel'ards sprinkling and it ever carefully gently

to us a disinfectant which he has used in his devoid interest to determine whether per. was declared intelligible. The race will off" your tears and be happy-'tis the only at." brandy. TQu prepared alive ten 4

house with the best effect. He heals a 1 piece sons living in the neighborhood of sulphur probably be between Urccse and M'Clernand, way.In. I nut, general," said Rocambcau, "there packed in straw, tho fish will keep

Clt l b heel iron, and on this drops a very smallquantity or workmen engaged in Metallurgic (from all the indications we have been.-Hall. fine help yourselves in all places-at a11 is one fact sai I to have come from an Indian or twelve days as may IKS proved by puttingin when
springs, of tbat
he fresh water the end tire,
of tar The 1 f.irne. pervade, at once, in which sulphurous acid is liber- Sun. times ; and Providence will assist you, chief-one of the French Irouoi-that a it
operations but after few hours immersion, recover
the and make life of active enjoymunt aimed several times a "i
whole tcnenent. Mr.\ BY. house has been i ated, are less liable to catarrhal affections on you, a scene at you rife from its drunkenness.If .

tree( from fcicknchs since the use of means as than those 1 living in a purer atmosphere." I'll Shuster, convicted of robbing the patent and real pleasure.The his shot always failed. of that protracted of our readers think this a "fish +

a'ove' \\hue some of hi* neighbors has suffer- venture to say that the above passage led to office of three government jewels, has been Do not ask my knowledge queslion any" at liberty to try the experiment. .
in tone.- story, they aro
to collections on
a fearful in the public
degrce.-St. Louis Re. the ozone origin of cholera and its sulphur' sentenced to three years imprisonment '
rr die. remedy, and I am astonished that it has: not penitentiary. ht July, for tho Pope, amounted to 83000., 44 What occurred to me personally i no put



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teem thr" Savannah" Cfot-fian.Jtity" "th. THE t FLORIDIAN) & JOURNAL, I ?200 by tb-St; t- and 5100 by Ib-e-friendsof rule than that adopted by the first LrgMuture. only resource. But stomach pumps are not IVom the Pcnsaeoli G4ute" --

BY TELEGRAPH. the murdered man. The murderer was He could not now: with any propriety act always at hand, and it is the professional man To the Hon. I. H. Bronson Judge USD .

One irrck baler from Ertrl[". upon any other new construction of the con only who could use them. And thus, in the inn Court, Norton District of F/ld/
found in .
FIRST Dur.u''u.-\t six o'clock last pvr.tiing A. E. MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON, Georgia.We -- stitiitinn. lie not only "approved" officially condition stated, n life would be sacrificed.But .- Sir-In a pamphlet which 1 ha,ft latei.

LTironti AND PROPRIETOR -- oflhe! resolution: already referred to, but healso even with the pump, and an experienced had printed (entitled I substance: ofgument"&c. .7
the Telegraphic
we received following willingly conclude! the conlro"f.sf acts, with it the might die because an ;
and Washington -. ----- -, f I "approved" of all ihe foregoing practitioner patient ; ) is contained a
dated Baltimore July 5, -- -- -- paragraph wbi
despatch, touching the Governor's trim of office, passed at the a-ljourned session ; which: would a sufficient quantity ofthe poison mightbe I am advised may be deemed
0 2, 10, P. :M. Saturday July 14, 1849. impugn
Tho, steamer July -Canada: arrived at Halifax on ------, --- ------ with the (.,10in'communication from one of clearly have: been in violation of his oalh to.. absorbed to destroy life, which would be official conduct ; and as I fear more to'do YOlr

morning last, with ninety-four pas- - the most enlightened" intellects of the State.- support the constitution, had he entertainedany I II beyond the reach oflhe pump. I am not acquainted injustice than to become myself the. subL.

Tuesday ers, and bringing Liverpool dates: lo the'l3J Northern Democrat and Northern Whigs. will not be necessary again tj refer I doubt on the subject. Again-The con wiih any other means of saving life of misconstruction, I renture, n, ibis

fCII Neverc venture to fay, has barefacedirapuJence Slrel.i stitution provides that the judges of" the Supreme under such circumstances. There is no antidole manner to guard: against error publc
: June. In of if, we by
LIVERPOOL: COTTON )h KET.-Th Cot. exhibited itself with more uhblush. subject. taking ItI\'c maybe and Circuit Courts shall )1 elected f b)' I. to morphine, properly( so called, and no I that I had no thought of/mpvanta' / mol

for the permitted to express our surpri that the the concurrent vote of the majority of both agent which would counteract or neutralze I lives or conduct as a Judge of year
Ion market at Liverpool, previousweek ing effrontery, than in the efforts which I ; which j!
Sentinel, after so pertinaciomly seeking in. houses of the General; sembly. Yet at its poisonous qualities." due rather to than to r'
had been steady, firm and increasini;ly Southern Whig are now making to i myself you to Sa7I I
papers I benefit ofthp I '1' 'in ,t!i this session the Hon. Thomas Dongi I hare o high and think
the I
confident. Fair Uplands are quoted at 4d.| ; f"rmation"lor t I P/W ( adjourned Though we have published several preten :just appreciation.
the Democratic ,
Mobile 4jd.; Orleans Oil.; Good: Ordinary to excite odium again party on regard to Go,'. Moseley's views last winter, ]i las: was elt'ctee a Judge. After at'cfIIing' ded remedies for this dreadful disease, we have Very respectful I yourfec.
account of the position which a portion of the this office, exercising; its high : BENJ'X D t
MidJiing, of each of these descriptions, beinga should, when that information was given ly WRIGHT.
sixteenth to an eighth higher.MOEY party in the North have assumed on the slavery functions t for more than: three yearspassing never published one without great hesitation. Pcnsacola! June 11 ih, 1819. j 1 1We

; MARKET. Tho market one of the most distinguished members of its I upon the rights of his fellow-citizens to theirpioper'y was not without misgivings that we even in. should have
|
money : question:/ The ground of this attack is copied th-> shove card: jr..
1 There has been own party: Maj. Kelly, withhold i from its I ; and even life it li rtcd notices of the notorious Reme J
continues easy.: an arrival the fact that in two or three Northern Slates!!, cltacterlert clf, Sulphur j jI I to the Sentinel before, but by a-r'a. :. i iI
he !
from California: with sixty thousand pounds readers. Perhaps he will Jet supply the certainly cOId :, t'ltertaintll no to under tho sanction tf has .
dy bit
; coming us entirely escaped oar observation
in those Democrats who,List full, supported Gen. that he wasd I iy! and constitutionally elected, or I I .1.;, :

r sterling PROVISION gold.MARKET.-Corn market more t Cass, who was opposed to the Wihnot Proviso omission.! if the other judges had doubted that he was I distinguished medical auboritiesc! .give just novr. In reading the at then

doing with slight improvement in prices. In. and those who supported :Mr. Van Hu- elett t'd by a body constitutionally entitled to place to it. We will say that whatever has I referred to, our attention wa.' not nrrU ed by

dian Corn quoted at 25!) arid.26s per quarterfor ren, who was in favor of it, have united to. [FOR TiE FIJORIPIAN. JoURN\U] elect, would Ihha"e associated with him as been, or may be found in our columns! on this any part of it being obnoxious to the eon-

white and yellow, the former having been Gubernatorial Term. a member of the Supreme Court, or clothed is intended much less for the public struction therein apprehended. Since
this union is seein
The Lasts of nothingmore ujcc
gether. : I him with the office of Chief Justice; ? Gov. ?
Bold at 26s.Western' Ii i To the people of other State, as well as In than for the medical Surely no man the card, we hare read again the argument
nor less than an agreement to supportthe Brown likewise, has out. only admitted these faculy.
Canal and Baltimore Flour 23
those of our own, who are not politicians by and still think it not liable !
and Gdto2Ii. I Inferior 21sGdto2a.? Philudelphia Wilmot Pro\iso. On other points of political profession, it must appear strange, if not truly laws passed at the atjo"rrt session to be in his senses would fail to call in a physician tion. However to misinterpret
no matter what
: 23s 6J. Ohio 2."is per barrel faith they were previously agreed.- ridiculous that: in Florida, it should still bean valid, and pissed by cons'ltutionally! on being attacked, in consequence of any re- be given to constructionmay

Wheat quoted at 6 and 7s. Would it l bi believed that the holy! horror open question as to who is rightful.enti. entitled to legislate, by claiming to he Governor lance upon prescriptions with which newspa do both the i by others-knowing as vr5
elect under one of these laws -but by gentlemen
FROM CONTINENT--ROMK.-Up to ; concerned,
THE lied fill the office of ';e t ala
to or are teeming.AntiSlavery
which chills the blood of Southern Gon'ro il I II pers
now Whiggcry I i having his oath of office adninistered: by) leave to tha
the evening oflhe 21st, no news had been word*, when the term of Governor; Moseley I II say while no such intention was
t I
Paris of the of the French has been excited by discovering that Jude Douglass! intended the
received at by the
entry expires, and that of Governor; Brown: begins. Presses in the South. one, official conduct of
troops into Rome. Gen. Oudinot would not Democrats" in two or three Northern/ Statesare I of such It will be recol'ccted that one of the Senators the other is wholly above

make a general attack before the 17th when Surely a question> ra'"p importance of Leon County)', I 1. S. Walker! F."qin: Emboldened by the success of the Wash- snpicion. Judge
this which been settled Doubt w far
professing principles on subject should have long ago 1 so as we know is
news of the failure of the conspiracy of the I 1 the : deter. firmed the Senate, a days before it ad. ington New Era, the Abolitionists are thinking I deservedly very pop
existed ii
North of andDixon's } : certainly at beginning, ; ular
held Whig Mason with the Barand
13th in France would! reach that place, which are bv fjrry 1 mining the tetra of office of the members; off I!joured in July! 1913, that he con;i'iered that of establishing! other presses in the South. people in the Scrther

would probably induce tho triumvirate to ca- line I These Whig Editor know i his right to a seat in that: would cease on District, admired for his independence
i the fiiit Legislature, as well as that ot Goverj: 11,1) We to them that their work bet. splen-
suggest
j may
pitulate. that their Vice President, and two or more !. the first Monday in : according did abilities and superior fcnowledge'of
I nor ; and that doubt arose from the difficulty! I j the
be in another form. AntiSlavery
The Gazette of Lyons of the 2th states! of the present Cabinet, are Prorisoisls ; that of reconciling the general provisions of the i I to his interpretation of the Constitution.i : .- ter accomplished law-and we know both from experience

I i I this looked as a virtual resignation under that name, can accomplish ant
that a telegraphic despatch from Marseilles, was only upon presses observation that he
is
every Northern Whig Senator and Representative Constitution! with those of the Schrdu'c and I i iOidinance. one of the most indul.
received as they were going to announces : -nnd accordingly an election washeld little fur their cause. To nothingof
pre Article This Article ; say gent and agreeable
in the last } was gentlemen the
Congress were Jr'isojrs ; l. on bench
October fill the
in "to
.
vacancy" occasioned
the ofthe French into RomeThe ,
!
entry troops the of those in the
.in order no inconvenience i iI peril engaged enterprise, before whom
i iI I.
adopted
French attempt at insurrection in Paris, that not one Northern Whig has ever takena may | I I by his resignation," and Col.1 Lori'truer a young man can msfchrs dbut. *-
arise from the organization and. establishment the Southern people "forewarned," would be .
Florida
stand:: against movement that I : I elected in his place, only claimed the Sentinel.
has been followed] by formidable! resistance ; "
more Wimot's i i of state Gut; crnineht, as soon as (.nn- h "
forearmed. the
to law at A seiious Southern Senators and tinderwood dance! of Mr. \\alker':term, and submittedto Knowinged purpose design- ,
Lvons. engagement I two Whig -Clay should have pro\idtlllor the admission
I' gress a new election in 1940, then to they would to resist its Progress of the Cholera.
took place in the ctieets! between the -arc at this day exerting their ute of Florida" into the Union. The general bt.prepared exe We the
hold 'for full term of two copy following from the Bilti.
a I
and the mob. A considerable number I years. cution.
troops i provision of the Constitution: w.is. that eleci .
most t influence to accomplish what even the j But if the one (first class) Senators: more Sun :
oflives lost both tides. Barricadeswere year
were on i lions should be held on the ) in |I
Buffalo repudiated, the Abolition j frt Monday should! have out of office, according to I The wisest policy these fanatics can adopt,
PIIILIDEPHIA
thrown up in the !streets, which were COI'cntiol | October." But the Schedule, I 17, sec "j, gone July.1-2 p.m.-Th! ? BnrJ,
not taken till battered down The Slavery in one of the Stales that Go,'. Brown's* construction ofthe Constitution, is to send out their emissaries, who may, by of Health to-day, f the
by cannon. < ; every ; provided. that a special r.iipht be held I report >r 21 h''Jf en-1-

fighting; commenced on the morning of the N\ hi j press in )1 isour is sustaining Bcnton! 1 j I without waiting until: Octl'I'r.el'cTiol(and this dlc.I .. on the l first t Monday in October, IS 13. the second disguising their purposes, succeed in placing l in;: at noon 53 new cases aJ 10 deaths

13th and continued till a late hour in the in his treachery :Knowing all this, they !, lion i was held on the 23J. May: 1 IS 1:).) And. .1 class aNo should have ceased to Ke Senators I themselves in charge o Southern political t During; the 2l hours ending at noon ycjter-
October
the first in H16 j
Monday -
night,-but a telegraphic despatch' fiom Lyons !hive t I j to obviate\ future difficulty, the same Article on A little caution and circumspectionis day there were 47 new cases and :,>0 deaths.: i
the t.i'k of presses.
monstrous assurance to Use j and at the se-sion in Novernber
on the afternoon of the 16th, announces 17, sec. 5. on to that the officci "I'rl iKtirpprs I NEW YOHK,July! 5-2 rn.--The
g"es I number
all for the of the p.
; provide that i is t !
union of Cassmen and Barnburners in ', 1 1910 In the same it won d follow, necessary success
that tho had been support way of '
insurgents complently new
rou- cases
thus elected, continue in office/ in the I reported by the Hoard of Health

tcd, the streets c'eaied!' and the city restored of the Wilmot Proviso !'!! same 1.Wlme cli s"oul during thr tame{.eriod they }[\ I that each successive set Senators, elected plan.! The agents selected for the work I for the 21 hours ending at noon today, was

to Theic j since, have Ieel elected one \ear Ion late toi should! be able to disavow with ,
perfect tranquility. are upwards of Mind, reader, have no words of would hare done h id they been iltcicd ;in Ocfo-1 membership 64- with 26 deaths.
we excuse i I fill their term, and have held! their i
f fifty l thousand troops in Lyons.HfNGAKY '!| be.r." But here a doubt arose as to what Oc- up proper ;I any Anti.Slavery Society, whenever interroI BOSTON, July 3-6 p.m.-The Board of 'j
for DelocrJt' wlo: would exclude: i beats one ear the time that they were I IJ
( AND: A t' 1"IUA.-.n1e t pct ti from 'urllf tuber wa intended-that before, or that after I IloJour I gated. (. of the most uncompromi. Health report cases of and
many : 4
J > | \rc 1 coler
the Sn'jih from participating in the rich ]I I really t ltitltr
Hungary and Austria is coutradicto y. Swine po i the election. If this sentence! lad been left1 : deaths since yesterday.
.. i j But it surely is not nc<*es to enlarge! sing Free So.lcrs cool J do this with trUh.) ,
accounts p give: the advantage to the .\u :ri.U1s. Etsionl which she! did so much to conquer. <>\\i': of section: 3, every one must have concur- ) CINCINXATI ,
': j further on the absurdity of the to dis- Once in the editorial chair, let them show the July "L-There were 130 in.
In the South two actions had taken place, fell those whu ted that the trm tf lhe'c offices would have i attempt
want no hip [ ferments from
\\c will support today cholera and
: Curb the crnishuCtiom given to this part of the 33 of other
both terminating in advantage to the imperialisls. !1 been l for one, two, or four yea IP, (as the rasa I warmest political zeal, and most unscrupulous diseases 1
a proposition} so imjtM; r r11 insulting.Ve I Coi)tituiuii: by the Legislature at its first session
might be.) ti"OI the time of the! election.-! devotion : thus will be established a
condemn them. Nor have we }hesitatedat f ), anal repeatedly sanctioned and arquiesj II' partisan RICHMOND, July G.-The Board of Health
The HungarianFortress General Perezel, from j And, it'no authority had: been given (in tliN ,
Wardein, attacked !lomeu rrian any time to do so. We willingly hear: !!1!; M.'cli"1 of the Article,) to hold the first r general j 1 j ced in by s subsequent! Legislatures, I by the Judiciary I claim upon party sympathies: and gratitude report 27 cases of cholera as occurring the last i

I : by the Governor, and even by iheGovernor upon which strong reliance may be placed incase 13 hours, and 4 case to tho
entrenchment but was ultimately rrpu'ted, them condemned Southern Whig*. But election: brfuie./ dial time, t '"f'J"II"\)' wou'd i I i occurring previous
: elect. Even if that constructioncould last
though the Austrian admit their own troopssuffered the injustice of which 1 we complain is, that i i have agreed that it inlet |have;: I been held tl be, aside without of the evils I, of an emergency, during subsequent operations. the republication Board but net before made known ito
set ,
severely. The other battle was thc fu.st Mond.iy in October, l 11 l'i. Vet no" any |I In furtherance of their great object 1
: see so much to condemn in have been hinted at what other! should i i Ot these, 7 have
Sout'fJig j : terminated I fdtAll !
fought by Baron Jellachich, and i is asserted to some contended that the tenure of office muM ttt such gentlemen will probably begin with ). 1
their political opponentand; nnib. J adopted ? are convalescent, and: 13 are still under )
have been a brilliant victory. The Austrian i XortlH'r i l have reference to the previous OCr.JerI'IL } ; treat f
1 1i
Gov.; Brown claimed last winter that his the manifestationnfgreat.Vdionalpatriotism. ment.
accounts are not trustworthy, however at leastas i ing to lay to the charge 01 their Northern political The] question was elaborately: discussed, in I i
term commenced as soon as his election! was followed by ardent love of the Union exhibited I
regards;: tleir ow n losses. friends : the fact being that all the lat. the Legislature, and in the public prints. It

The London Globe of the 22d has intelligence ter arc advocates of the Pros while ;was purely a (question of ('ul.trcill. No declared! anlill.look the oath of ofhVe. TheAtturul'y I in frequent; quotations from Washington's The Crops.
is'), A por-1 General.; ). has lately
to the 16th of June, giving account nil I j on u I pretended then, or pretends now, that any (Hugll put I I Farewpl .\JJr s. They will of course as. The Crops. The Monitor( published at
ion of the former have ever been its uppo.I t li/rth u very strong argument to prth1t I| I
e n tremendous encounter with time Hungarian!. I I i St'IilUI cdlould hare been ItI, it'the e\- Gov.; Mo eey's! term i>n the Gth! day 4 t sail with fiendish malignjtj", under the odious I II JeffersonTexas on the IG'.Fi:! ulr. siys :
The Auttriiins and Russians are said to have I f ilt" i i prcssion had been clear! of al am'ii' iiity.. pxpirer t i The accounts from all the cotton'-growing
: of June list, ((181'J.) being four from { names of and Disunionists t j jj
been completely'! defeated' and left aJUll kit-I m The effrontery involved in the arcu'atjot'' whether it had said in thr October la( years t Agitators" :j i regions continue gloomy in
'f' of
led on the field. The' battle took place on a II'igain t the Demociatic party to which we ;, o h iltle October after." The oilly: 'cJf.r-(!:: ; the time he was oath declared to be duJ. elected: editor .j I!t all who take a firm and prominent stand in i ij the incessant rains, and other consequence evils incident 1 I
of f
)1ar plain between Rub and Rcisclburg and I have inferred becomes cnce have been that the terms alltlol\t otcc. present j j behalf Southern rights-well knowing that ;, thereto.
;: more :astounding' when II 01\ c tl' oflhe Sentinel: !,*.i too, contends :i !
lasted 61 hours. respective oces would have expired a Hnlll1\er the Abolitionists have ; The Natchitoches La.
i year accomplished ( ) Chronicle! re. i
the of
we con.idtr character several that Gov. term expired on the hair
The Magyars lost, it is stated, about 8,000 presses sooner, in the one case than in the other.- 'olt'h..s : the | marks : '
their work when induce
J3d from the of they can -
IS 10 i
men. Tileubtrians were commanded I by, by which they are made. Foremost :among No great principle whatever was. involved. I May, years day i We had no idea that so much cube 'labor
hictionand! talks like book in withdraw their confidence .
Hayman ; Russians by Rudiger, and the these is the Chronicle & Sentinel Augusta ;! I would hive been a mere matter of e.xpe. a support I ern people to from j I i ii of Rapides had been diverted from cotton to

Hungarians by Georgy. Although the news -a paper which is not able to say whether diency whether the people! should: be calledtogether .I of this view. The Committee appointed IJ)!j i their true friends, their wisest and most vigilant sugar. Nearly one half the hands formerly ,
the for Governor
Convention ; ;
(If this battle was received by private letters, the Wilmot Proviso is Constitutional or nota I I to hold elections for Representatives/, I and members to cal"> the an l'h'ctiol Legislature, when counsellors They will scent with the :,, employed in raising cotton are row employed1 ':

no public journals alluded to it. and one halt ol their Senators, trice; vithin the :|\ I I keenest any thing making its appear- !,t]! in the production of sugar. The success of i
which Florid admitted State it in sIH'1 I
per even further than the'1'lorMa i was as a seems,
The PI goes '
Lloyd, (Vienna, contains the vit'nin / ,
not or f ntr\ I what three since
s sait' year t iu7orrI1. aJvertisin: the election, undertook to specify I II I i ance in Southern presses, or coming from years was deemed an experi -
allusion the Sentinel in for its readers smouths
to battle.
slightest serving up or whether they would! entrust 1 those !>I I I i'i I iment has been complete ; can h- mad'
: the for which these ollkers to I Southern invalidate the claims sugar
Another affair is mentioned: as having: taken I choice extracts from Benton's !late I! elected I 1 at this I! special I f'l'IIII I to serve f our I II >'i: term were !!j j men,tending to on Red River as cheaply, beautiful'j, and
pet'cl I and it would he difficult: to out I a ,
place at Czarina. A brigade was bent; by, and in honied commendations ot the Arch rnnniAsbelnad the gen'-ral Con /II'WJ; tern : four serve ; point ff"! this I! of the South, and! to discourage her in the with as much certainly as on the Mississippi, j
to
+Sclleick from (Orenburg under General Wyss Traitor. The j J I .\I before stated, I the question cun.t, rlc-}I.! gentlemen more competent ., maintainance of them. Such expressions of or in any other of the State.
Republic another clothed with that par
had been
who was taken prisoner, and Go). Baron Los- Whig p.i-j I Iliol was f fully and ably discussed. The Attorney i they authority fJr t
of and which But, as they were not, opini sentiment will be eagerly republished, as an
toner killed. per Georgia, one we doubt not General: (Branch), railed on, and ; purpose.
was ions could only! he weighed their merit, by indication of feeling slave-holders.I .- TiE COTTON CROP.-It is usual the
Gen. Schlcick sent 'his brigade to cover will accomplish more fir the Whig party I i aan: official opinion ; Committees, of the, i i' by I among says
his flank. Whilst r those whose i.1'icial duty it was to decide- !! By freely from each other, quite an Concordia Intelligencer of the 2 'J, to h-ar
quoting
right Raabon
marching to than any in the Slate, lions the fact that it (Legislature maturely considered! and reported : !;I |

the 13th ullo. he was beaten. Some reports maintains the of the !1! their ; and ,the Legislature i solemnly! i which no doubt was done. i impression may in this way be made, and the i ii j! complaints of the condition of the cotton crop,
South 'i.WI
boldly cause re. J this: time of
1 Such has been an.J the whole never
represent brigade Ki have decided, (by joint ion,appro"t'd by the j i the North that there is '
opinion conveyed to avery
been destroyed ; others that 4,000 had deserted bukes the dikhoneaty! of the Chronicle & Sen.1 (Governor, July lesouI, 1815.) that the term ofi t! Mly of opinions on this subject, if it is to boi !before have we heard them so general as we
!
:Schlcick: and gone to the :!That: ars.- tinel. The following: extract is worthy the 'l the Representatives and of the one Senators i! considered. an open question. .\nr this di. I powerful minority in the South who are hear them now. The most intelligent and

For three days j cart loads of women continuedto calm consideration of every man who would! I! t'Jpitrd" the first Mi>n
pour into Piesburgh and tile places fOund know the truth. Remember, as- read it, j! her, 18 Hi ;" or, in other'frdl. th.rt they held !| for adhering to the derision mice by the firstLehgislatiut' !:j i will not advocate Abolition! : they will only j j ji I These representations (independently of our
you convictions from
1 Had either fthe other other
opinions ; leave
ubout. causes) nodoult ,
lh 'ir offices as if Ihey had been elected in i i to us how much better the free
A fresh recruit all that it comes from one of tl. most thoroughgoing !! j j at first adopted, no particular evil would ': prove of'are [ in our minds that the cotton of the Mississippi .
throughout Austria is in. October, (instead of llay)151) I I 13. i! 111 than the slave States. find crop
tended. Whig papers in the Union : I From (Ihe nature ofthe question it was ;i! 11"1 f followed, and it should have been har-1|I They can never I valley this year, must be a remrka"h'
I very i in 1 of Governinent. '! room in their columns for vindication of the small In other
Letters from monized by department a one. seasons, the cotton
QCdenburg: state that a certain Now will the Chronicle have the, manliness i indispensable I lhat he( Legislature should every ,

count, an imperialist chamberlain, and oth. I to tell its readers candidly whether the > eider ali decide it at the t first I !session, so ftr con-I!. ( And a little sober reflection must cnn. I I South, however temperate. When called planters; here would hare looked upon their ;

ers, in whose poseasion numbers of passports I Northern Whigs; arc for the Wilmol l'roiiioor I I\ their own term of office was ilJ'ft\cd-allc it i wince :those whose opinions have not prevailed upon by unsuspecting patrons to re-publish I[ present unpromising condition with some hope

of the rebel patty were fund, have been ar.1 against t it ? Will it, cal it give; name uf\! i i I was scarcely less important: that the other De. in this decision, that, in quietly submitting !. such a production as El wood Fisher's, they |}'that energy and industry in the fields 'Touldimproe
lie \ .1
it under all the J it shortly. But this
rested.A to now, cireurtances they
t season, they
a solitary Whig al IIlc forth, who isnoloppo- partnients, of should) : in i ,
i government h\ulnizl will be able! '
discern in it anti-
i ion to Tarifi\: or dare
letter of the 13h: ult. from Cracow, in set to the fJlnMOI; of slarerto; the new I such decision. Or, if this could not be con. j I are only bunging' a (peace offering. to lay it I not to indulge such a hope. A regard for ;

the Breslau Gazette mentions the affair between done the altar of PATRIOTISM.CHOLERA. J. Tariff views, which their political views 'Ti I i the welfare of their negroes and their own
territories Jhn.I'r was incumbent
WILL UK: bKi\: : THAT I|i scientiously) i certainly I !
-- -- best interest forbids
vanguard of the Magyars and Russians ON THIS : AND rite i j i! on all such to take immediate bl.p" to rectify not allow them to circulate. On the other 1 j them to go beyond the
tCS'CI
'CI'IHS t most moderate labor
within the Gallician frontiers. FREE .\ STAND ox THISAM..: :,! the error. After an acquiescence, for thrCl I hand, a speech from Benton will be hailed asa i, and warns them against

Another letter, dated Cracow, 15th::; reportsan ruTioiiM. If that is not true, life is a deln.sion. r or four years. in this decision, it is not the part: We c.l1 the attention of our readers to a :I perfect God-send its attacks upon South. I!i'. exposure.

engagement at Eng Pass, between I lie IfI"cn. we are in 'the danger the I of patriotism" to endeavor J now to reopen the I well written communication on the subject of I i -

Russian advance guard and the Hungarians: Chronicle speaks of f, (rem the doctrine of the I'.I question and to have the decision set aidt orreversed. Cholera, on the first of f.r men gloated over with cannibal appetites! I t.i Tin: COTTON CROP.-From all parts of
where the former page paper.It audits against the South laud 'd : our country, the Port Gibson Herald of
numbering 60,000 were Free in the Look at the that to.tays arguments says
Democracy, we arc same danger consequences/ I
beaten off.At : from the I gs."We I I would result from this reversal, in doth theLegislative is from the pen of a II I and republished as the perfection of logic :i! the 2'Jd, we hear complaints of the bad ap-

Gordanow the Russians f feel under obligations to 'the author fir : I I of the cotton In
Colonel, Mag. i i Department and in the Judiciary. \e Propose to them plan! by which the South ., pearance plant. consequence
den, was killed. Two hundred Cossackswere make this exposition that tho truth t If the term fur which the members of the calling our attention to a paragraph which any II ot the lung continued rains, its healthy growth
be seen. We arc in danger. -the Southis may become unijed and powerful, and you much
off may
cut and taken prisoners. House of Representatives and one ear Senators last week found its into our on was impeded by Ihe grass, and now,
j way paper
in danger-the Uni'-n is in danger. It is met with numberless since it has been
The only mentions or allussion which can May 181., are objections-you are worked, it has a sickly yellow

'be gleaned from the Vienna papers, regard. admitted I by the Chronicle that we are in dan the first wClcllctedil Moiriay in October 1813 expired, then they on the use of Calomel and Morphine. The told that the time for action" has not come hue, evincing a want of vigor, for lack of

er from the objects and efforts of tho Free : dose of said to have been successfully which
the battle :; Morphine its
ing great fought between the 13th I had no right to their scats at the adjournedsession -that there i is no danger-that this or that growth and bearing will be seriously

and 15th, near Raab, is the Surmise that the Democracy. It will have to make a good I I of the Legislature, which met on the used, was (morn ten to fifteen gr:.ins." affected.
defeat of the of showing i for the whips, to that their I man having been elected President, trust him .
brigade Gen. I
Wyss rise -
prove
gave; 17th Novenlherandcontinued 30th DCcember ) Of that dose our correspondent remarks
to fabulous i rumors. On the other hand: the heart are right, and their arms strong enoughto 1813. There could: uuti (House of and all will go well. Peace, poace. i is their COTTON IN ALAB\MA.-The Greensboro;
no All I have to is, that if this quantity
other authorities maintain that the route of. neutralize and resist tho evil purposes of at that elec. say cry. The South is lulled into fancied seen- Ala. Beacon of the :.';d says : uVe have 'had
Representatives meeting, as no it
of was given, killed
Gen. Wyss is only an episode of the other the Free ]Democracy. If these latter arc lions had been held for new members, except Morphine one of them, ( undoubtedly) Fiom the rity, and any who would arouse her are denounced an opportunity of see ing a large number of
battle. strong enough in they will vote a- every negroes. in the
Who' Congress to fill a f few vacancies from resignation. Of eighth to one grain Morphine;\ is an ordinary as traitors to the Union crops counties of Perry, Dolnsutal'
In the us. can promise that if the I and
German States the gainst but
bordering on laws could be ga Montgomery, we see
course no
Rhino, where a general insurrection is goingon whigs prevail over them, 'they too will not ted at that session. The constitutionally election enac dose, and you will perceive"what an awful Ecempli Gratia. We refer to the Augusta first bloo r. The few blooms that have ap-
general
would be
mistake it
to give ten to fifteen
the Prussians have advanced and a'' vote against us again, as they have done bef Chronicle Sentinel. Our percd, we understand
now ., law, purporting to have been passed 26lh December grains of morphine at night or any other portrait is arc found on cotton

struggle has taken place at Manicheire, but rc. __ __ h "_ 1813, was a mere nulirJ-and the time. I should say the remedy would be infinitely perhaps not well executed, but we are sure that survived the frost, and which i U some
the result is not known. three weeks earlier
Plank Roads.A election of Governor Inder last worso than the disease. The patient no one acquainted with the original would than the crop Jelieralfy.'

SECOND DEFPATCtAt- I few weeks since, we called the attentionof October, a well a all other elections, are might survive the cholera, but tIle dose nev fail to recognise it. That paper i ii said to be Though if now blooms(the date of our paper) we doubt
o'clock last have
i seven without authority oflaw, that is, of law would many yet made their appearance -,
enacted in
in
It certainly destroy
evening recei"edthe the people of Florida to this of Internal er. every edited by Dr. Lee, late from New the
we following additional I species according .the provisions of tho consti.tution. I stance-I mean without assistance. But even U.ester on cotton planted after in frosr, and

? intelligence dated Baltimore and Washington I Improvement, in a carefully prepared Many most important acs! were then the assistance must.he prompt and energetic York-a writer of fine talents. It is truly! a which constitutes nearly the entire crop. It

July 0,3, 45 II. M.i I article based on a communication of Mr. ho!. passed at the same session, universally recog. ; nothing in short but the evacuation of Model .Anti outhcr paper," published in would! therefore\ be very unsafe to judge ofthe

Baring's Circular quoted Cotton same Prices comb, of Macon. We rejoice now to lear nized a law. The laws organizing the Militia the poison from the stomach. This could be the South We have perused it regularly present Mate of the crop II}these early cotton

sent you before ; (we presume by first oflhe State of Florida"" liens blooms. That the crop i is unpromising
securing after tho
decidedly
despatch.) that the subject' is engaging the attention of effected only directly poison had for months with startling interest. We hesi-
1 t to Mechanics, Overseers been this i is admitted by nearly every planter with
( ) enormous
American stocks heavy-new loan 108$ the citizens of Newport, \vho ama moving in to Gnrnihec &an.otheu".qnre1ation concerning would speedily" render tho system insensible quantity to tale not to say, what we conscientiously believe whom we have conversed on the sujec

i COTTON.-Fair Uplands are quoted in New the matter of establishing a Road from that Roads and Highways, -" to establish the the impression of curative means. I will not that an Abolition paper under that none, whilst some go so far a to say tint they have

York at 6J i to 8!. Sales oft tllc! day oue thousand Tallahassee. We Office of **for never seen the crop less promising at thus
bales. place to understand that Register, apportioning Rep. say what time absolutely! must elapse before in every town in Georgia, would not accomplish "

t"" Hon. Henry Clay was sick of Cholera at the enterprise has been taken hold of with an resentation in this Slate,"
,
estimate the amount of confusion, -
Louisville, Ky. which gives reason to anticipate wrong fUt depend on many circumstances, but this one sheet. The readers of
carne&tncS avowed Abo
and injustice that would result, if it were now I will nay without hesitation that he would be Extract from a letter. dated
In Cincinnati on the 5th inst., there were its triumphant bucce&a. determined that all these laws lition know what
null because
hundred nnd are in extreme danger within an hour, and in two papers they are perusing, NEW ORLEANS, June 30,1347
one thirty-seven deaths from
Cholera. there was no House of Representatives, hours past recovery. Any of the preparations and are prepared to question its soundness : OF TUB CROV.-Upon this I have
AI'FRCIENsIOt OF SEVEK.-William II. in constitutional existence, to unite in their of soluble subject
is in the but the
Tho disease continues unabated both in morphine gastric multitude, suspecting nothing, swallow merely to state that the accounts generally received -
Sc'er110 stands charged with the murderof enactment ? And yet if the offices of members juices, and therefore when swallowed if
New York and ( not Abolitionism, disguised it in to this decidedly of an
Philadelphia. PS a Southern up 1 period, are
a m'f by the name of Hand, late of Jcfier.son should be limited to the same period as though immediately rejected,) it is dissolved. In i unlavorable character the l hU'
they had been elected in October, 1844, such minutes paper, never dreaming that its effect will be ; season being
and in less
in this State has been thirty probably time, the ward and *
PITTSBURG county apprehend. the frost, i; is alle'dged. .
There 13 deaths
JulyS. were would be the inevitable! result. Nor can any be insensible. will to destroy their antipathy to Northern fanaticism -
from cholera yesterday. The disease is on ed and is now confined in the jail in this city.A reasoning that Governor person wi Nothing done material injury. From the A,
prove Moseley'sterm emetics will have and sooth them .
rouse no effect in this into the most listless in. inforn
Statesyott will have received later
the increase. reward of300 was offered for his of office should bo limited by other condition.
are.t- any The stomach( will be the
pump difference a to their vital interests. tion than I can afford.-Charleston -Mercury



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COM rLl C"rAJt\-Tbe Cincinnati Commcrcial Public Meeting in Jefferson County.At OFFICIAL.A u- rn _- 1"r. -' :.-.-,-,-- d,

tells tho following? good story. Il a meeting of the citizens of Jefferson RECOMMENDATION: BY THE I PRESIDENT ilsoflness e'ril It works and remakably free, and retain*I well, he was a faithful friend and an honestman PROCLAMATION BY "I GOVERNOR.----------- ,tt

nay : how often is il that a rosy-cheeked. county irrespective of party, held! on the '7th OF THE UNITED STATES.At and pliability in the coldest weather I modest and unassuming. Tho citizensof

nan, who never indulges! in the use of ardent of for the of a season when the Providence ; as an evidence of its durability, he his county manifested their appreciation
July of God I stated
paying a that his
pjiirits, i isMispecled( of taking n d op now and dlJ purpose pro. has manifested itself in (he visitation been present cotton tiller rope has I of his wirtb/and' character by elcctttig himl'onfran'lfJ 1ti
per liibute of respect to tie of Ex. of a I in constant us? than three 1ti'I
more
!
then. An occurrence which took place recently memory feaiftil pestilence which is its while years, his inclinations to the first Legislature .

verifies this fact : [President JAMES K. POLK, Capt. DANIEL) I ages llmmgout ihe land, it spreading is fitting that ruv. he the same article made of hemp had to, of Florida tinder the State Convolution. 'I I
a I renewed at the
Onrd! friend, \VilIiam Iuckwapiising IlIUD "al called to the chair, ft \t. II. People whose reliance has ever been in His This is end of every voyaye.. Hut alas he is no more-the fiat of an overruling Election of State Senators: \ t
manufactured .
rope of refuse ,
nlong Fourth street afier early breakfast nut cotton 'h
Providence has
WARE, Esq.:5 appointed Secretary.. protection, should humble themselves before and in Barcelona gone forth to summon having occurred ID the'ortce cf
when hi4J progress was politely arrested by His throne and while costs shounh" same as that: him to his long homo and his relativesand A"V.oCANCY i;:
State
the Chairman acknowledging nude many Senator in the einhlri SermMrisl Dirrict "
Whereupon, staled ihe past of hemp but in this .1 -
a well! dressed, well-fed! gentleman, fiom the object tnmj"regions, ask u continuance of the Divine country we haveiiOjjoubt numerous friends forever deprived of his by the death of Hon. James II. T. Loritner, and in J

country, with, of(he meeting in substance' as follows, to wit :: .Mercy. Jcs} it co M be manufactured at a much I society, deeply sympathise with his bereaved I HIP thirteenth Senatorial district by the rtsi;na- l.I l.,

Sir can inform HIP. wliero can We have metfehlow.citizentopaya suitable eost.-Char. Mercury. widow, and lion of lion J. P. Sandernon.also. in the fifteenth
you pro. It is therefore orphan unit in their ;
I earnestly recommended thai ------- irreparable Senatorial d-strid; !... the resignation, ot H, n. Louis j,
cure a few pallonj fine old brandy ? I wish respect to the memory of Ex-President JAMES; the first }Friday in August be observed through.. 'fSulphur Rernrdy.-The New York loss. lIe was a kind fjther devoted hns- Aldrich : /.' *.s htrtly Ordered Thai artdtctirn t tf .i"--

to take it out to my place for private! use.' K. POLK. The death of this distinguished; I out the United States as a day fasting, hu- Tribune Saturday says : ban I, a good neighbor, faithfully dischargingall held in said districts nn Monday,th'e- tir1f da> of Or. j
4 Well sirsaid Ir.- tuber to fill said Vacancie. .
I informedthat uext
am the duties _
him
initiation and subscriber" imposed by the obligations -
All business will! be upon
i it an event of prayer. writes to ns AS follows I I Given under hand
Mr. S of iho is mal no ordinary moment. Hut : mv and the 4"at! c' i !
-, Balk Exchange, have of fOc h. has died '
al suspended in the various branches of Ihe pubbe been madt acquainted with iho effects ct} without reproach the Stale of Florida, at the Capitol
fait in those matters, und will supply you. yesterday he was at the head of one of the t service on that day ; and it is recommended ofa practical application of sulphur! in a case and in full hope of pardon and salvation [ 1 in the City of Tallahassee, Uiis2iSih) 'r1'S5AL !

So, after showing the stianger where Mr. greatest nations on tile globe' dispensing powers to persons of all religious denominations incipient cholen to call it by ihe least extra'agaI I through faith in Jesus Christ. day or June. A. D 1849. and 73d '1.1J'

S. was to be found continued, You have the and directing the of an to abstain from secular! occupation, and] to :ts.sernblo name ; if consider it of year American Independence .-.
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ann'j'u yon IllhoJ"r
tV n
advantage of me-I don't know mo\'emt11 the worthy ........u.J"V. .
Nor do I know replied you.the renowned fur its gallantry a any that ever in their respective places of PublicNVonhip public eye it is entirely .at your disposal. To the Citizens of Tallahassee.In Attest : A. E. MAXWELLSec, STale. i r *

4 but lojk: like you man, who knoirs where stranger the, took the field ; and at the shortest notice, he to acknowledge I the infinite goodness .. It was the case of i servant girl who resides! obedience to an Ordinance of the Ci'y Council 03-The: Florida fentint), Floiirfa } epubkanJackions ; ''I

yon ( which has watched over our existence asn with Iho fimily of a well known gentleman I Tallahassee, I have the honor herewith to enrTrt"aourcr'I ille News Ocala Artfls, publishJo day of ,
pr
best brandy in toirn is 10 be found.' has been summoned to his resting place, and I nation and in this who 1 election, and forward accounts to office of Secferela- I
so long crowned us with manifold city, was yesterday afternoon the second Qnartetly Report, showingthe __ _

Tho foregoing reminds us of something: his final account with his God. The settle. blessings, and to implore the Almighty, in most violently attacked! wih: a diarrhrca, which I amount nf disbursements and receipt of Ihe ry June ol' State.:lO. 1919.) 2t.EXECUTLVEIEPARrt1ENT. ;; .1,

quite as gocd, with "hict a Georgia friend ment of the Oregon controversy, and the war His owi good lime (10 stay the deMioying* was almost incessant. As there was no :en. City up to 1st July instant. > .I 1

some time since amused us- with Mexico! will mark the last Pjesidenlial I hand which is now lifted up against in. IIt'unia, : the house at the tim", the medical THOMAS J. PERKINS Intendant. } 2''
skill of the Tallahassee,June 2Gth, f '
Z. TAYLOR. inmates 18.19.5 .
A gentleman home will call J : term, us the most glorious in our annals since was put to its test.- GEHRALORDERi !
\ obnfolr : WASHINGTON, July 3, 13 i'J.CIIOLEJIA Camphor] was administered: without The Citi, of Tallahassee in .Account with G/-OHGE ;
though that is not his name, on taking tho termination of the public life of ThomasJefferson. -- success in allaying SIII'ptoms when one oflhe any W. HUTCHINX. Treasurerfor the Quarter A N ',lection i is hereby rrderetl j'n.bebell in the I.

paiturc after I \'ernl'isits to his ladylove, had I ox TIIK SAVANNAH Ihnn.W .- ladies ofthe housu bethougth herself of trying I I ewling June 3U, Is,15.IS Monday first in Division October oflhe nextat Floridal\Jifiha the places appointed, on the Grat by .. ,

promised C.ifly: the polite hostler, a quarter On motion, a Committee was appointed I ( learn fiom a gentleman who arrived 1 sulphur, which she administered to the extent 19. Dr. law for the election of County Officer 'for a Major u

'dollar excusing birnselfur the time being consisting of the following gentlemen, here on Wednesday last from Savannah, lhat, of four grains, and very soon restored Ihe woman To am't" paid Cily Assessors for'-J9, $75 00) General to command said DivisiontotUtthe vacancy I
; ; Cut i the cholera had I made its on the to such state of health, as lo enable herto fitting uj public wells, 7l (00 occasioned by the resignation of Gen. William ,I
by saying that he had ho small change. On W. S. Dilwoith, Capt, James Scott, I Savannah appearance : leave ." negro hire to dale, 1.0 03 Bailey.
River
lauie late .
; u short, distance( below the town in the afternoon. Of thess1 for'
; t, having ordered his horse before T. Lingo, Dr. R. W. and Col. Some : facts I implements to.vorkstreets And an election U hereby crdercd fr beheld in ,_ -
Ii.llul esq. Taj-Jor city. 7 cases had occured on the Plantation ? am informed by one of th? gentlemen 1.In: the second Division of the Florida Militia on the

l'rtakfastjut t as he W.1 about ?:ting, }, Thos. J. Heir, to draft resolutions expressive of Dr.) I dllielll, 'four of which had terminated ofth*? house, upon[ whoso authority I can per. ,"* 0 mending Corj> Cart 7 (00 first Monday of October next.allhe places appoint !, -
ClfI' "
in a manner which blended modesty of the sentiments of the ; Inch com- in I death ; and on t the adjoining plantation I f-'Ctly reply, and whom I apprised of my at. Sills board(for of Market House, 9 1 lJ,) "d by law for t i.e.elect ion of County Officer l't r a
politeness meeting hands
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Corp 6'J JI i) Major General to command said Division to fill the
owned I Dr.I) tention to mako .
in an equal degree, said to him, mince retired fora few moments, and by their by Scrivcn t there had been 1 : it public. Now, although i'' Horse feed 2t rtl vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Gen Jamei I
p t'011l") eighteen or twenty cases, none of which would bo highly injudicious to act on the Mjrjh. salary: 2d qr, G2 SO V Cooper. ,
:1:1': Johnson, please gim me dat quattcr chairman icported the 'following Resolutions had terminated jltalh': There were also st rcnglh, of this cas, in the treatment of cholera! .. Coins! on $;I)7.IJ'1. 3069 OtF.cer commanding Brigades. -gimenlsBat'al-' .

you promise me di morning, 'cause you loot -to wit- 8'JlIIC scattering cases' on the plantations! ; ;in I yet it at>J< one more gu irment to seveial! obsi rvaluing ,I "'C CUrkandTrt-asHaliry, 50 OU ior.s and Companies within the Stateare hereby required

like you aint coming back: anymore!" 1st. Uc\uhet! That the death of JAMES K. the nei.->hlJ/ hood, but no deaths. Our itl.1 which have been adduced in favor of Corns on $311, Licensescoltected, S11 I of their to carry respective into: effect commands this order, and within make the returns limits ; It!
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-- --- --- POLK has been heard with the most painful I f formant adds that; it: was ofa mild type, and the efficacy of sulphur' when used in this dis. ..; Incidental expenses, lli t 10 according 'o law. _

[ TtJegraphedfortlit Chtrlst01 Courhr, etl met ]I sensations, aiul deepest by his that the cases most generally yielded to medical I' east1. Balance on hand 4t 53 W. D. MOSELEY.fjtj -

> KW OHLKAXS, June 3-9, A. M. regret country t 1r'atl1lt'lIt-Cllllrlesfoll Courier. --- $lOla 34 : ,'lIlhe papers in the State publish until day S

The Cotton market was animated: jetterday. (net''. The above is from (the Charleston Courier I Wind Uridlc.t." Yes, use your thinking 191 I'J. o ft-teclion., 'rJun _

The sales reached 221)0) bales; at an 2d. Hcsoh-cJ, That the untiring industry, ofthc Gilt inst. It i is true there have been' powers I friends.J They' were given you to use, April 1 } Cr. :r>. 1 ma. SG. JJ
and balance --- --
-
not abuse. IJIind biidle, Ry or. hand; -C3 2S -
improvement in prices middling 7|. unremitting labor, disinterested and( disliti.guished several! cases of severe diarrhoji the plantation surely. Al'llp'r invented Truly named, June.; cash received on account CROTON UUILDLVfiSV .

An American vessel has engaged! a cargo services rendered lo the Union by of I Dr. Daniel*, four of which proved( t to the horses a more fatal thing I of Licences, 211 Ot) UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS I ,
or than when "
eyes she
i devisedthis
of Cotton for fatal. Likewise cashreceivdonTaesol \-
Liverpool at a number of
mild BY
iMACHINEUY. .
o.W'OAccounts him, have secured to him the sincere thanks cases onth i plain -
depriving ihe horse of what Nai 1S4 (, 226 71 .
to the 18th plantation of Dr.
June
tomt'r'da and of his Scriven, which have i[ intended he should lut! do. do. Taxes of IS.10, AW 3*>
lasting : enjoy. how
state that a fight between the gratitude country. readily yielded( to medicine. IJy some, i tin blinders says orw. Fines, 2OJ GEORGE J. BYRD ; _

Yucatans and the Indian's, near '! i1ne. The! 3J. Resolved, That while many might dill.: cases (in 1)Jr. Daniels plantation were pronounced ;aie injurious to the horse. IJecause --. IOH( 31 : 'ACTttEI
i H they t gather dirt and* heat
former( were routed with great hlcr.- with his could! ) cholera.! The notice in around tie f'JC.- I i ] -
slal gree political opinions none dis- the Courier' i' Dirt irritates the July 1-IH balance on hand, $-151 :55 i
Tlie Indians closely I should have stated! eye, and heal produces in. J. B. would invite the particular: attention of
were however
lesiezing Tohosaca. : that
both I I.
like him as a m3n. His character for ; plant.-: j (W.OV.. HUTCH INS G
Treas.
The is sincerity, 11J.llnrn I I tiuJ.: These bridles! so e mat rn nunel the his friends,and merchants visiting New York, ,
city The I lions in South
very healthy. deaths last sue Carolina
in -
week from honesty t integrity nnd decision stands: tiniinpeached not ( corgi. | eyes oflhe horse thai he i is compelled to beconstantly 1j 1--------------- --- ------------- to give him a call at his new and spacious ilanufactury -
Cholera
were J9 ; other diseases The health ofSavannuh continues rcniaikalily: ) ) I j JjI I re."jjecUully announce myself to my fellow- t and Warehouse, "o-i. ton and 1.1.1 i Rroadway,
til. Total 113.Niv ) and in the language of'h'e poet \\e : ;o 'IJ, so wo( are infouned are the plantations; I draining I them I to see I his w av.-_.. j j citizens of Leon County as candidate for Ihe OfficeI (Croton B'lili'in' ,) between Cedar! and Liberty *

may exclaim adjoining us in (;('lrgit.) Wo bave 'heard of .The.over-exertion: of the nervo brings on rlis.'pac. I Cleik of Leon Circuit Couit t. at the ensuing'I'c. i "streets where there will alv;339 be found the most _
Kyos made t-xfensive
were not in assortment of
ORLEANS, July 4--9, .\. M. Tliirfuas the noblest Homan of Iliom all- i.o case approach.ig: !; nearer cholera than; diar- vain. Had tion in Octnber IIU.t. JOHN B. KEC.V.Tdllahasiee -

Col. Duncan, I Innpector General of the Array His lilt! was! gent lo, arid I lie cemntsu! su mixed in liim rhcca, and as our mat ket abounds with ,r I they been needless I iho Creator would not: July 11 1, 1S49. Umbrellas, Parasols, Pa rasottits' ,Sun S7iades,

Thai nature miht stand and vegetables have !located t them in the head. _. __ ______ .
died! yesterday in Mobile. up ejy to all the wurlJ which ate feel)' consumed, the only !, TiVy wereplaced -- - h. __ 11 his own cek-britcd manufacture, for sale in anr.
'--
This va- a man.It on the, corner of ihe Lead t that he : AS THU ( tnntiJy, at greatly educed prices.
i might I'RINO ;
: KETL'RXS:
The! Cctton Coin and wonder: i is t then is GUARD YOUR
Sugar: crops were 4th. JlcsohrJ, That we feelingly! no m re sickiu': ,s ainon, n#. have the ailviti ge of looking) in different di; HE \LF1I BY U 'IXlJ ; C;. J.'fJ. pled.: ?"* himself that Umbrellas and Parasols "
'uitl promising: I throughout Tex. sympa- : Our friends shall be duly notified( of the! cholera !. (from the Croton ManuLctorj" be At.
ions. .M"ii ,-.
reel in I the abundance Cor'trtt's! Sfia..tr
time with Mrs. POLK j of t their Cumonml Concentrated ,
The Cholera, it was reported, had brokeout in her deep distress : or any other fatal: diseavj should it unfor- viduriu ". I in every respect.
the and while! exclaim : break in the I conchrled I that the htirso Lad tno p SYRUT OP SAR3AF ARILLA. New YOlk, June, I,JO. 26UNITED -
among Camunchc Indians, and they we "Tho Lord gave: and Innately out t city ; b-jj until: t then j muh i This
: sight allrlthc'J'islcd! medicine has
t to curtail it proved In be
most valuable in
\verc living in every direction, panic lrc\el.1 the Lord hath taken away," would! point her we do trust our neijjJjbors! will cease their nu- 'hence the- origin of blind bridles! and diseasedeye ; tl efoilmvid< disease: Chronic Inflammation ot l Ibe STATES

The telegraphic accounts b> the Jiberia i I to Him who has promised to be the widow'scomforter. tlCccl' nr} and unfoinded!; luni'irs. S t"au. -* are I epanibly! COY)ncctccf. CuMom. I ; Digestive Organs, Dyspepsia; ; or Ir.dl eJion. Jauni Wholesale 1r
arellOlls
hive been received. There was a good nah, we aio infoimc I was never mom healihy hoodwinks the i | dice, U'eaknes. and Sourne-s ol the Iwmach. flheu.rnalism Clothing M'
wand for Cotton t than at ")nf at this t-ensi of men as nwli as blind| and Salt llheuni. Functional Discrdei.sof the .
,
yesterday, and :2001)) bales piesr season of I the .- "
were sold at full prices.CINCINNATI. 5th. Hfsoh'p'J, That n copy of these I'eso- ticorgiun, July'' t!. year.Savannah I bridle* do the iiv i m_ of.horses.> "-Jxchuii"e. i!j luus Liver.Disex-'e'Chronic. IIruptiori Also: it( is iftheScin found lo! be, and an all iuvdlujblt'rotu- LEWIS' & HArFORD; 1 In

-- luti, its be forwarded by the Secretary to 'J rs. -- -- - I Ia'crprot ilion J frcatl'l.-Tu dream i, rttaeis fur the Erysipelasand: that digressing di Nos.tM2,3,256&25 Pearl Street; i I

July 2nd. j JAMESK.: POLK. Cotton! feed Rdracr.Tlle New YOlk! : millstone around your nk is j a sign of what a t I 1 dtr, (the Aslhm.i. It has proved highly bei.tScial" r- (Between Fulton-3t and Burling Slip) J I ,

The interments within past 21 hours Painicr and .Mechanic!:; : : ays : Tlli'IIl'ill.- t \ ii: soup cases Dropsy, Dysenteryami biarrhced, NEW YORK, ,. !
if
(n.\\ (On motion it was further resolved that the ention yon may expect you get ;an cMiavagantwife. t :' It would be found, ,.
R.!
ding noon to.day were 131: t h' of.MrStepicii P.irkiu! i is s.i hi to by observation that many ol the HAVE O.V HAND THC LARGEST ASSORTMENT I
13 from other cller I proceedings of this I be lie t the inoj.t 11'rf'ct tnchine of I above disorders: and al!:-() that fatal dL'ea-if, Fl.lhis
tilt-cases. Of the : meeting published in : t the kind, and I I CLOTHING .
to-day To. / in [ f'uln.un ,!ti- t,
4llhs will of the e apples a dream betokens! a wed I t.u. Cun.-umplh/n! tr.'nei.illy orisinate in IN THE 0- .
145
were Germans and Irish. Thisgn.at in. the Tallahassee papers. prove greatest lulvantago: to all!i ,ding because: where find,! i a 0( r..luluu21t..tC ot Ihe sjbleta ; and to cure such UNITED STTATFS ''it
apples
yon :
4:1; (.al i is pall itt i ii hut able t to I the sudden Whereupon the meeting :uljlJurrH'J.D.X'I. iiranches: of the ('o tm niatiu'actuie.!; The j j reaMiii.iMe! expect lo find! ( p-tir*. you in.iy 1 !i dis-'a-es, we muit remote the primary cau .e. II Adapted to all Markets. ..(-J
cl.atigs: of temperature fiom oppressively Lotto machine i is of the simj'!rit coi! >tructi.n, ami' j will likewise be fou. d fiat diseases ol the Liver clt .tI' ;
unreasonably: cool! weather.-Journal BIRD, Chairman. u. M'eins a wonder thai t the iilna' had not been 1 WIH' :J :a onig lady dreann of a cofiin, it t I' fen originate! with persons ascrifuluis; hubil, and I ; In the article of ,J
(!l WM. II. WAKE : beloken-ithat: she sliould i"anlt'! discontinuethe are called liver cumplainls; hut it ;is a well-esiab-: I
Secretary.T1IK ong silica .. I ustud. It i is osed SHI UTS AND DRAWERS '
sug
.
CCllr.c. comp ihainlv : : 'r li hcd tact that
of linht} > bifore such liver laiM3 .
use stays, an'J always ci m|' can be _
i:FOR ILORIliIAN ANU JOfR.NAI. ufwo i cylinder?, closely set t together, n feeder, : and thickly shod in wet weather. go warmly I! permanently cured this scrofulous diaheamuit: be We keep an endless varif ly. ,. i ir ;
] amid the ordinary 1 removjd. ALSO THE MOST EXTE? *IVE ,
Sr. Lotis, July' 2nd. Tht, ? cotton containing MANCrACTCRTS OF "
The interments in Fourth of July in Moaticello.Messrs. t the seed ii till own on the feeder, which I!.! Ifdream of a clock, it i is ;a token Ihat"ou. I That this i the fieri fit this Syrup, hundreds of I OIL CLOTHING
ten Ccme.leries on Sat ex- will gain credit-:that i is lie. I the m.t 1.:
competent judjrwho have and felt ,
urday were I 114 1 7 of which Editors :-Thcic i is iei haps no tracts the seeds whole! I the cotton being pass-d' j j virtue of its seen ANDCOVCK12D .
e
III
; : were caused i To dream of fire i is a sign? I that--if I j sanative power can hear witness.I .-
cholera. On [ i day t-o much and by the f fan into a receiver. The of' you It ; a laxative diuretic Ionic and fiATSIn
quantity
t-y Sunday( the leport CJf j| so universally celebrated in are whe- will see that the in rertly alterative,
you lights I the World. .
: j
cwelf cleaned JourllOu'e i il
and
Cotter by tliis! muchino !I prepared Irom the best and .
will I
interments far .. most virtuous al
were 9 and other 23. l the United: Slates the 4th of ) exceed are before Plain and Fashionable _
: -'I' as July ; and he that! "f t'.e out you go to bed. teratives of Ihe vegetable kingdom, \\ilhCiullhe ad Clothing of all kinds. .
To.Ja.Ims been observed here as a day of:f who would! remain away fiom some, gather and third less ordinary saw-gin now in ue, '! To dream that your nose i is led at the tip dition of any ninenil: substance: whatever. It is a L I Catalogues' ot stuck sent by mail. ,Order prompt. -
a is
: humiliation, and i'/ power required' to keep i it'' is intimation: that had 1 perfectly safe medicine and be taken ly KlleJ. LEWIS & HANFORD!
fU.lilt. prayer. an : better leave utT} at
/ may I
j i of the you any
steamer Uiicle Sm which arrived on I ing sovereigns" on that clay would! in operation.: IJy liiis method} I the I texture and]' j brandy and water. time, without regard weather ft, exercise.COCOWARD New Y.'rkJuneI-9..;vbs. 252.2:1. 25G SfXs- Pearl SI. >

'I'hursday !lut Jrntn Orleans, brought U-'iO pas- !i be regarded not only) us unfit to be a chtistiun; length oflhe fibie is completely preserved, t ihe : To dream of ejrgs is a sign that you will discover : : BRJXLEY.1t CO- Sole Az"nts'I, j
valif!
.angtr 7:(If Lorn: died on the passage Irom;, j I''but lo I Jive. It was our good fortune, to pend r.rtlw l cotton' will be greatly enhanced i' a mare's ne.st. \QI. 3 and -I South side Fanuil i: Hall Boston.LEWIS I Notice to the Public. I'
and] the
t intrinsic ;
worth, is
dJlcra.--lid. t this SatioullIlJay in the village of MonticeJ.lo increased from a cent -- -.- -- -- .- ----- --- .V AMES, I MRS?. EliZABETH LEA, elf. Newport, in the ,
--- ----- to a cent and a half per pound. It is' calculated ,. I{ I'KOSl'EUT OF Tl 1B; Sole Agents for Tallahassee. I of WakulU, a guardian of the infant .

Ttlcgraphed for the Charntol) .Jleicury.JulyUfi.. l and we were never better pleased with the thaI a thousands pounds of cotton can i i j SAVANNAH GEORGIAN. heirs of Henry! C. Overstreet ana !his wife Amelia

Xi\v: Y OHO July 2, (0 J p. m. proceedings of any celebration that we have bo extracted in the same space of lime that I:s. Proclamation. Caroline Overstreet (formerly Brenan,) both of -
whom are deceased will at the of r
expiration thirty!
The Cotton market has been active to-day, I ever allludcu-IJUI to giie a full desciipiion I required to extract; Itrcnty.four pounds by ihe !j' Tun undersignedin i ( associating I urel es together i r'ill, : CITY COUNCIL bavins recommended the days after the publication of this nt.tice.apply by petition
in I the in::aa encrit ct t the S.\\' .lrhfRGJAN.hut J revival and carr .ing into effect t the Ordinance
Tho
AX
and the bales amount to one thousand bales of everything intert'slin'oul1 common saw-gin.:: machine may bewotked ; : in writing as guardian it Elizabeth .. Over- 1''
at occupy too follow the iir.iueinorial cnsti'in of in ad- pa- ed in June 1 1M41fur> establishing! a Board of Commissaries .
I for without |Iaper) street! and Cicil E. Overstreet the Hun Thomas
advance ears
It.J
an of n'ncc the, arrival of ihe tteamcr. I' much t lime. I requiting repair tre4i eclus friends ar.d the :. of Police and Health and it beinz .h
must therefore( cull. It I t will. when a pri s>|> to cur public.f I Baltzell, Judge of the SliddleChcuit! of Florida, for ,
Flour and Grain am Ilchan ld.- IIt'raIlJlW'IIJ sjpci cac every ;,: it Hue that the papi-r we edit is not newly estab-' lanl to' adopt energetic means and measures 'imprr-I permission to sell of land
forty acres ) I
At half the
belonging \
eleven
Stocks! are etrady. More than! a million oftlollars ;, : past o'clock, a procession. thing of the! kind.' j i liMicd. Uhilcr able raan-jgcmrr.t it h.H Iou; been I serving arid promoting the health of the inhabitants: said infantssituate in Leon County, beirg an ur.di- ;

was paid out to-day as imerobl the I was' lorinc.: belore the Joint House I auacitarched __ ___ I knots to t Ilia peopltM.tdw.isia.e; do Iot introdu I '. lit pursuance. thereof. anil. "lit_rirlne. -ofthe author I viJ..d mOlffv. of eiehfv. acre!_ 'tanlPd- hv, It". rnit r'r it
-- -- '
-" '
on '- .
Government CIIOMI: : ox J.\ Itivi ; "eit 10 t/eIn. We simply engage ttiai it snail re- i/y. rcAtru in me, i nave laiu oil me wiiy into Fi\'e States to Amelia Caroline Dienan. late Oversirerf. ;4'
L/>aiis.Mr. u to the Presbyterian Church lucre IIS: ::: -We are ( )
Wards follo-vs I
: 1 liiaiti stiadfAsl t to t the gicat prinri i|phs of| t the Kepnlilican as viz : and Octavhta Brenan, as tenants in '
.Mai\\cll enteied his duties t Ihe ladies h pained lo announce that I thi.i.dread/ill/ | WARD No comment-inn thp common on the
upon to-day; were in %waitin. Aftl'r" Hail srourge t party ; tli.it the same consistencylnch has at North end of 20th day of August, 1S3J: ,and which land is described .
as Collector oflhe Port.Thirlytwo Columbia"! was Ins: appeared in its most tnalignanl type at1'Shiieley t distii ;uiaiicd: its [pa"t dhull Le by in I Ir"o miltt to, Adams street running South to McCartv street, \ | in the said grant aa I he west half of the northwest

hundred "mi performed by the Band, the ? I (he reside: nee. of :''iI r. I Hill I i Cat ter.-.... Us luture history ; (lut its t dijiiifu-J; character shall t thence F.a'-t' t to the Eastern limit of the City, thence quarter of section tllitl\-h\, o, in township two, of.

1I rit'ed in the city .to-da) rlt81'(1 Europe ttl of I Kev. t1 Ir. Daukins I nffrred up a mott 1rveuutprayer. The: first t CUSP U'clJrt'c1"n Thursday last ; and I I''> never belowtreil ; I that our labor shall he to iiuI -: ams Nnrth street.to its Northern limits, thence West, to Adn 1/ | of range one,east, in the district of lards subject s.orth a

them in one tes&el.J'aither i j Maj." I 1)). II. IJird! was then called! we understand t lJalllI' t lo Sunday night there I ta prove!j'lII., it in appeaiaacc; spirit, inlluenceaud circ.u- WARD No commencing at the North en l of I j j,t raining to sale eighty at acres Tallahassee" Florida Territory, con

Matthew l.indedat Castle GUtJI, i t upon 1 to read the Declaration, of Independence had been fifteen deaths ; and at the lime, ihe! To our Tlorida fl it'nllallt1lh Florida public we Adams street thence Smth to McCrty street ELIZABETH LEA. Gnardia,-

atiJ was escoited to the Hotel when he h boat J Jor; Riciuiii! : I ptsv'J yesterday, ihree,I j j be; In"t' l III introduce our paper.e intrcducc it: thence t West to the Western limits of the City, thence By her Attorney, Wm. P.DUVAW't
City by tla''J'mpt"HICC arose, and ; '
havingprefaced the reading : North to the Northern limits, thence East to Adams I
Afe ciutiutiSt more i were in a dying condition. All :' as now und .rthc editorial tnanazrment of a gtntlc- June Ofh. 1SJ9. 23
( i ol I i it \\ ith, a 'few chukie and appropriate wens'black. t rn.in, for many %ears a citizen of Florida, and identified >t.ett.WAHI :
reinuik -
*
The Hoard of Ht'all irpoit one hundred I' with that State in feeling and interest.Ve > N.). .1 rommencinsc at tho intersection of ICE ICE! ,
and eight new casts u1 Cholera, and thirt i ?, pioccedfd, to read that mustcily piece The mortality: his been so great that Mr. iutioditce it at I the champion ol Republican; princi-it : Adams and. McCam streets, thence South throughAdarns

nine deaths, Jor the, hours of composition with a clear, deep-toned and Carter has left his tine field (.f luxuriant'llIml t I i ilet, nut as represented by rhis or that itatesman,, street to the Southein limit of the City A REGULAR be supply of thidesirablearticlewitl p
twenty-four XJL kept at the Rail Road in the
ending i thmre Kr.sf: to the Eastern limits thf'ne'eoorth J Depot conrra ,
but Ihemst-lves to Ihe mind in toMcfarty ,
I tinhariescd. all .
: as representing
at could! .
Nothing have I
noon to-day. In there sonorous voice in such CI.'c1l'llllm of next 'eek. Tlnseti9hin the will
IJrooklyn article
) 'eresevei an impressive manner their beautiful Himplicily, and to the heart in all street, I thetce VW-t to Adams: street.!
i and ;in Huston two i* as almost t to produce the : the 1lheir original purity.. \Ve introduce it a-' the un. -commencing at the intersection of :
I impression on lo proven! the disease and \Ihms and JR. Ice will be delivered at the Rail "
deaths by Cholera were! t ieportod. nest it after its''t j compromising dcfeiulor the rights and dignity of I McCarfy: streets thence South throuchAdmins tat I
i iHALTIMOKU
m minds of the audience that it wa the spontaneous a' ''itn latire. The! best im-dica! skiil! !has i the South. We introduce it. lurllier, as a paper street to Ihe Southern limits cf 'th* City, I Road Depot until 7 o'clock andln nb'caf williE be i.r .

1 production of $the reader. Lieut. \ l been eni/l 'iyel; aol all t ihe appi\lce! which I published in a srapoit nearrst to Florid.), doing now t thence West to Boulevard street thence North to delivered uithout Titkels-neruoru wishing !the article .
11I.D. | 'L will please take notice ol thu. The price delivered .
July, 0 m. McCarly street, thence E,st Adams :
street.
p. I'jtirh and destined to do vastly more of her bui.iiic
rould lie hi ought lo bear were used but without .. l at the Depot,.i 3 cents perI!lb. Tickets for
then
There hag been I large break in the .Mi. Moseley arose and delivered! an Oration ". From our position, whether looking to t the WARD No. 5 ommencing at Ihe inter:l.'C'tion ofMcCarfy "
avail. 5 Ihs. will be issueJ. .
fltai 1 Canal, which two which in strength, beauty and eloquence .1 Telegraph or the m.ilie can furnish the eailic-j-t and Bonleratd strcct!, thence South I A small: supply f Ice will! be at E. .
wi require wtple to On the other! plantations: ,, on lower Jnincs news whether commercial, political or mUcellaneou tlironch Boulevard street! I' the Southern limits! of Barnard's'; -
its lepair. and will IHn a most veiious i-flect on I could not have been easily feoVpassed. Dur.Ing I River I lh Jalllm'IS arc lemaikably: hicalt <; in our 'ub-crib-rl in Florid.i.Ve urge (his I t the City, thence West to the Westrrn limits, thence where Thoie a Ticket for 5 lb.. will procure 4 Ibs. Ice.
busines!! lay.-- North to McCarty street, thence Eoat lo Boulevard wanting Ice in large quantity, for parties
The I l its delivery, ihe Orator was "It frequentlygieeted Richmond Knqtiirer July :J. important: fact upon I Iheir consideration.: Our TEI.- street. &.C.. will please send their orders to Mr. Sash, at
!
Cholera is raging _. KUIIAPHIC facilities areas crcat as those r.f any olhrcity r
nnabntedly at St. ---- the Depot,two or three daj 5 before it will be cal-
-
with The following
that he
J-'iim applause, had to OCKAV gentlemen arc hereby consti'utedand 't
and (Cincinnati. pause ; our Srr.AMnRH.from week to week,
Jn tha latter place The Hungarian Army, according lo the Board edfi rsn that It may be at bandit possible.Thf ,
of
: 'in api'ointeil a Commissaries of Police ,
the often brin ,northern, ) much in advance of I the
in the midst [papeis
deaths of'a
by Cholera for the 2 1 hours ending sentence.( lie has London Times, numbers 300,000, tunic than:i mails; our locality with reference to Floiida is such; and Health, with authority on I Iheif part to enforce principal Depot AVirjwwhere il' rarie

at noon on Sunday were !91), and by other dis. llo\\ n evidence of a high oldl'l' of talent and (''lliall' (he combined Russian and Austrian 1 lh.it even looking tn I the ordinary mails, we can fur t the provision of an Ordinance entitled U An Ordinance > obtnmed in any quantity, by applying' to Mr.

i-aes2fl. For the 21 1 hours ending at noon a cultivated intellect. What Inc f forces engaged in the campaign. This Iliih (he earliest i information ; and I the relations between r.-tablijihing! : : a Board; .! ( Commissaries If: Police DANIEL L.VD.TalttlfHI9el' ,
us as vast t June 2,1849. 22
pe. l and Health and providing ( the of
or
day the Mir city and foreign ports are becoming mlirl'f'tcnlin' manner
deaths II Ch"lt'rarre h 132:3 2 and is divided into eleven --
army coips, commanded heir appointment, and -
4: ) culiarly exlraoidinary was, that we weie ill. from Vi-ar lo vear. We shall leave no effort prescribing their duties, I
:by other diseases. The wl.ther: i is report. I. formed that this by the following generals :-Bern, a Polo ; unmade to give satNI'aclion 'to Florida subscribers. passed 1 l.r>lh June, 1S41! viz: WARM SPRINGS, N
the first
ed(! IB unseasonably) cold. was occasion on Georgey, a Hungarian ; Datnianitsh, a Croal We solicit and expect a liberal patronage in ; WARD No. I-FRAKCI* ErpKj, Eso.r. MERKIVVETHEft COtJ TYGEORGI ;.

In Philadelphia fir the 21 hours ending at which these young gentlemen had ever ap. Peiczel, a 1 Hungaiian ; (;"Jon, an, Irish; ret urn. WARD No. 2-Dr. JOHN T J. WILSON, TilE undersigned takes this rntlhcd rf ;.

noon today, therev, re ( : new cases of pea red before I the public! -!but their maiden man ; 1 Klapka, a Sclave ; D.innemberg, a The GEORGIAN: is published Daily. Tri.Wl'.ldy, WARD No.No. 4-MjrRic.tnn DANIEL. H. AMF. Esqr.WRD : .' : inlorming the publicthat Hotel, at thi*
HTWAHD
J'ach: number ol the It
and i iimaJe JtWwell
Tri-Weekly
Weekly. known
Cholera Watering will
and 25 deaths. In ihu city none.I .- fflurts have been well received Hungarian I I ; Gaspar, a Slll\\ke Vetter: WARD No. 5 CALEB H. Nixon Elf place be ready ,J '
The I so ( we would ; a UII| ol t all the news contained in two daily pa- Gr. lor ihe reception of f visitors en thrjir t
weather ;is coo!. Hungarian and Aulich contains Given Under mv. hand this l.'Jth diy of July, ISlO. day pfjune
not like lo underwrite that they never will be ; a German., The pers. The Weekly all the important and next. The whole establishment has been thorough .
- Hungarian cavalry consists of 27 leginicntsof intcrfstiti news of the week taken 'from the daily' THOMAS J. PERKIN, Iy rcn \'alrd. and additional arc&J .modal ions provi- "

Another Allcdgcd Cholera ?! again called upon. regulars, each of :,(OOO() lo 2,400 and of, paper ar.tl the I legal; I and country advcrti-inp. Intendant. led for company in search ol' health. and pleasure.A .
I> SJlrr/r.-A men I
Hr. J. X. Chabeit, d 'tw After the usual ceremonies were thro' The extensive circIII,1 ion of the GKORRKON.: renders Attest-GEO. W. HUTCHINS: Cleik.n line of I four-horse Post Coache wilt run frctnlo
40,000 irregulars. They have 490
the gone pieces of it valuable medium which
Fire Kinjr/'absert* in a through lo adver E.Uvit'u 1 Creeniillevia. the Spring, '
to tliR NV\v York City authorities, a communication that at the, Church, we were invited a barbneue, cannon, rno't of which aie I 1U and I 18 poundera. !. I is!. \v. S. DILWORTH,] [CARAWAY SdIrIi1LO1TL1 the two main lines of travel between Jlontcomery connecting

he has at which we found aplenty of provisions done The Hungarian clergy of all sects, are t TERMS : I. and the .Atlantic! at those two points at d I affording
aspecitic for Ihe choera: which did not lose a I wandering about the country in their clerical 1.01' the Daily, $IOper anlum.1 [] ? J a1"g, every 'lacilitv to paj&engers to reach the SpHjg

single| patient out of six hundred( in the years lip Iroicn, and iced lemonade' by the tttbfiiU.. coKtume extermination Tri-Weekly" :5VccUy ATTORNEYS AT from every direction. .
preaching
1 1'32, and against Ihu \ LAW ( Experienced AS311Jari's'lave' teen
1633. He is ready to divulge) the Dinner being over, nnd ihe regular toast I foreign invaders. The 3 provided ''t
following is the Oath,l in the various departments t
of the Hotel. -
IO ICELLO
remedy HENRY K. FLORIDA.July I
JACKSON ,
;provided theCommon guarantying a cure fiKeVery cat., having been drank, Caraway omith, Esq., in:I of Kossuth, on being elected Governor of I'IIIt.II' J. PUNCH. The Warm Springs} are sithafcrt fin a spur of the

IJe! ( ) Council will guarratjty n reply' to a complimentary sentiment, returned Hungary : I, Ludwijj Kossuth, elected (;0,- 4 SAMUELS. S1BLEY. 7, 1649. 27.5BBL9. Pine Mountain, 36 miles r.6rtha5t from the city of
l'I'cll'cta compensation to him at t the close of I lO'b Columbus. Tne Fountain gushes forth 1400 uallons t
einor liythe National S4y5ish.Tune 1619. -
Assembly Ihall I
the epidemic.: his acknowledgments in a very becoming swear No. 1 MULLET. For sale low by of water of 90 degrees temperature, pet minute. -
will maintain the declaration -
of independence &S.KNIGRT.July or the of these
efficacy waters,in the
-- manner. Dr. Verdier was called out in be- cure of mttsf
(
Sign; in -- rflhd nation, in all its consequences ; that I OBITUARY.Died 7, 18-10.. 27 diseases; the fullest proof can be furnished

Missouri JI86"r-S natrtcljnn; of !hal!(of the ladies) to reply t lo a flattering no. will yield] and enforce obedience to .the laws irt thin county, at his residence on JOHN. MUSTI.- -
,
!I senate! has Prelidclt sent to the; ro. trl'O manifesto. S. tico of them, and responded in his happiest and to tho resolution of iho National Ass m. Lake Imoiiia. Louts H. BftACII, on iheSGthultimo. "' 4 t BBLS.20 bbli.St.! Cincinnati Louis Floilr! ,Flour, June 2, 1549. 22-4 w .

Rainst the doctrines of the press late a of his a. 51)"J(. There( were many: fine sentiments of. bly. So help mo God." Tho circumstances attending the 3d Whiskey, Dr. C. H. BUNTING,
speech sickness and death of this man :are lair SOOO( Ibs.Bacon Side,
I young
eague, Senator llenlon feted in iho of toasts. After all the vol.unleer ).
} and U'illard P. way Cotton have 50")0) lb.s. Shoulders SURGEON DENTIST
Ilope.-Wc
"an! at our office a liable indeed. Some twelve months ago, he ,
member of Congress from the toasts were read the people went: sample of Cotton SO.:) Ibs. Hams. For Sale low by
n'aie' same ( Rope, kindly presented to i us: was attacked by an affection of the throat QUINCY FLA.

Addrt-M although)(, i i8 ho icfused to sign the Southni home in good order, and the day concludes I by Captain Sensat, of the Spanish bark Ce,. which baffling all medical skill, continued July 7th IS- !. 27 S. S. KNIGHT.! -,

hlne' platlorni! whh now, understood to be on the with hardly: me' disagreeable! occurrence lo I lesiina. It watt manufactured at Barcelona, to grow worse, and finally terminated his life -.-- ,- REI'EREl'IIC : .

the Senator Alclmon against 1 in Old: Spain, and Captain S. informs us th.it. in hue prime manhood, at the very time tho JUST received Iron New Orleans, NefT'ii Sugar DR. J. I. SHIELDS GEN. C. H. PrFONT

'111"16 great Missourinn-whose downfall tit t mar its harmony.I he has been for years using cotton rope onboard ) fruits of honest industry enabled him to begin Sides and Shoulders, (a new article,) Sugar DR J. M \\V.DA\HDSON\. T. STOCKTONifcj

I hcenuio be thadowed forth by. cumin" I a yours, &c, OCLILUS.JI his vessel for various purposes, and I in to1 live with ease and comfort In the b sam m Cured Hams, 30 bbls. Flour.JOHN&c. For sale by Dr. B. will be in Tallahme the tint week irt
ctQt. C McPOUGALL Julv.

( !)' n 161.h many respects considers it. superior to hemp- hw f3hi ly. TUeniler knew him 10 sand July 7, IS1 10. 27 June' 7j IS 19. 22 I



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LEGAL NOTICES. Just Received, For -_ ---- --- -- --- --
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CAl'TlCi.KXTKA. -. ---- .-- -- -- -- DR. TARVIN'S LADIES'
AMES Store fresh supply RELIEF PilLS
-- ------ LEWIS & Drug a Notice.
A ""I Vy tWc 1I.r (:l..fI'S'bI .nj"f d with a flan In AT and Valuable Medicines whichare .
New -among
'au at the nun of f. r T.".nJ. and n_ )hit naulf' t pall Chancer.MIDLE !after date, I shall apply to the Hon. an effectual remedy for the following painful

.l r B !**nfn"a. .hwli they)'e"ll E.Tonsnds fa.rria CIRCUIT 1.'IOntIN GADs Ihe following : Probate in and for the County of Leon, ARE ; female) complaints. riz: Amen-

.) """Ul" ( K.Vl'/.V*:.(\'liaal| etc. Thli T..DMDd i* DEN cmCUT DR.SPENCER'S: Vf.FA LE PILLS AND RES i e from the admini!lraturbhip npon umrhea.or obstructed men1 rualloD,Dysmenorrh\(,

tin dnlo. aeef Il ".fnrmcrty a worker rail The Branch of the Bank of Ihe') RulERS, TIm cbaiels, and estate of Thomas Knih or painful and imperfect menstruation attended
Liver Complaint
ro*.1., *"" .a.d] the Ilka. Vet he oinuniei the title of Dr..'O State ol' Alabama, Compl't., Designed for, and tel cure, Dy>pep>ia, ROBERT BUTLER, ,\dlf'r. with sick head-ache, sometimes profuse for a considerable _
all kindred
the |(. Thli U "ca wt.o .. I Pile, Jaundice-and I t ISI9. 12-Gm timeand then entirely suppressed. Chloro ij

the public..t l be clW and pttrthaie none but the Benjamin CtVetShicriflofCadt- diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure and or green-sickness, Lenccorrh ;a.or Whites soob! j,

'\.L..I: : OKIOIA'Ji.. (fl.fl (. "rol> Timm n Notce.
p.nlU. baying on 1 the Old I*'*. likeness, hi. fiuilly coal o on Ihe K-latr of James InnfrrMorlgage.. DR. lULIS WORM LOZENGES OCILLA, after ( apply' to the Hon during confinement, Spitting of blood, or bleeding ofthegnms.

a1sa, and hi. .1 "lr*cr n the rOt of krni*. ity, dec'd Ju1u! F. Inn ity, The safest, e.T.cual.. and pleasant preparationbefore LUCY, of Gads- Convulsionsor Epileptic fits, Lownrssof
of Probates for t the
lacIJ Of. ", KM)".ii..r..JvVie lark a ,. William I I Innerarity, Santiago the public Adults.HULL'S, for. Ihe eradication of \OUII, in SIUVANNEE. ( of diimiwion as Executor County,on the es.- spit its, Debility and Nervousness, Costiveness. ,Bar
is W. Minor and Children or WACISSA, .
renness-and other diseases that .
InntrarifLwi late of said county. many are too te
Defendants.IT J COUGH LOZENGES. These Bris are bli1 Slriklal&.dEc',1 dious Ii) mention that caused
Heoise Executor. are generally by an destruction
BEING MADE TO APPEAR by affidavit filed Will PRFVENT Consumption and CURE al ca<( ot net expressly 'for I MS I. SRCKLAND, or want of tone in the female to
in this cause, that John F.lnn.rrily. residet'e-t CoM Asthma,Spitt ing ot Blond. Pain the Side, careful and experienced I ISW.. genital or-

: ond the limits 011 the State of Honda, to wit, in the Shmtnccs of BYeath.and all other lmonarj Com !.ige al Ihe lowest rates. Notice. gans.They promote all the secretions and excretions in

State ol' Alabama. ; that William P. tnnerarily re- plaints. COE, .\ the female organism; I they effectually' remove all
sid.-s out ol the Middle Circuit of Florida, to wit, in -.'L"O- : 10 after date, I shall apply to the lion. obstruction from the femaleconsli i:ulion,unlesa .
,t 4 \: <. '\ the City of' IVnsacola, in the Slate of Florida ; that DR. HULL'S FEVER: AND A'.UE: PILLS JOHN Probate for the County of Jefl>rson for with some other. disealc.and then complicated
: .: known as a Safe, Certain, ?nd Effectual Cure .Mc I as Executor of William 11. greatly
; \ Santiago I Innerarity) resides beyond I Ihe :limits of the Wel relieves it. Gradually introduced into the
r : and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent of said deceased. system,
Slate wit, in the Island of Cuba that county
-.i ; they restore a healthy action in the uterus and iuappendages.
.
ofForida'o
V A ,. I Lewis IleloUc Minor., reside beyond and a1 01 her Fevers. llc redued to Seventy-fee Newport, AusiKt 12, SOLOMON E. MATHERS. The great advantage and superiority of

the limits 01 the Slate of Florida,to wit,in the State Ct n per Box. February 10,1S49. t C Cm the Ladies' Relief Pills over all other medicines is,

,v'. ? "Il/ ? 1 ot. Virginia : // it therefore Ordered, That t fhc The above Medicines, fresh LEWIS;nd genuine AMES. arc for THE \\ that while they eradicate disease they invigorate the
sale : Ss. ,
by Notice.
: \ laid named defendants! do appear and anwcr the bill Tallahassee, Fa. AT NEWPORT T body. Many persons have been cured by the use of

A \ of complaint filed therein, within t the I limes limitedto after date I wilt make application to these pills after an affliction often years. In slier,
For certificates of recommerdation, and other inbrmation HOTEL:
them respectively that i!to say-the said John ; Judge of Probate for Madison County, these pills are a perfect regulator of the monthly
I F. InnariIJI.ewi., W Minor, and Heloise Minor. : concerning t the above Medieinesee future I ; % Administration on the Estate ol. John evacuations females If I
they irregular
; are profus(or "
Ihe of four months from the date ol advertisements, and pamphlets: which may be obtained i1'1, of report ;
within period ed. JOHN C. McGEHEE. they (the Relief PIUS) restore them to their
\ the first of this order the said William ) of I the Agents. nrct t
publication
; : J9. 21-ihv regular period and and
quantity
OLD) IR) JACOB TOWNSEND, P. Innerarity within the period. of two month ; and March IS, 1 1S1 J 3: the watt* likewise if they proper are scant or obstructed.quality, and
the said Santiago; within the of six ----- hake lietjuentrd) I the Spi
THE on IGI IilSUOVnRER OFTIIEGenuine Innerarity period Medicines &c. Notice. Many females are thrown into convulsions or Epi.
\ months, or in default thereof the said bill of complaint Drugs, vuter are well known,
leptic fits by the suppression obstruction
Townsend Sarsaparllla. Inadditionto the ror after date, I shall apply fo the lion. or of the
be taken as confessed' by the said defendants ) -
about 70 of are, and> has lnua.en = may EDWARD BARNARD, JR., will with ; Probate' for the County of Jefferson for monthly evacuations, (occasioned by cold or some
Oil Dr.Tow mend U now year al and after the several I periods limited. tothem bewellied
other and remain
f theWKAT.VK cause,) objects of pity and distress
an.I! ntSCOt'F.RF.R Executor of Esther Korne-
I kBo"a .the .1VTHOK. respectively in this order.) Providedthat this received, by the late arrival, a .1ill Q.Jw by. as the remainder of their lives .these
vRiai.v.u. 7'Q'f''SS.fRS..r.fRI. deceased. ; pills cure by removing
he order be published once a week for the term of four addition to his stock of GEN : and \i>itois wil County,
/ .q. lU-lnr'rl *a.rmnlWU.d t llit t"uufatlr.. Executor. .the cause which first produced the disease.
"hieh me an i.!teen *"It nut "f IIrkrt and the clr'UIIb months, and at the expiration of the said term of DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of culated make TAYLOR Senr., Iadiesfrom' other
Many
In th only *ho hal li worth and known four months, then continuously l once month for are of good quality, Newport, May !HI, lSt I! 1519. 12fJmNotice. imprudence or some C311ei
: bad reached .f" .f many. nrirtheleia. atth I Imcfor Cllh. take cold after or during confinement, w hich caose
<..al"t persona I"ho had ten healed of wire diia.e.. aud .areJ l I the term of two months: in a newspaper published fI-1AS general assortment ol the follow Ihe suppression of thelochia ; for that,and all similar -

from death wucUimed iu ...IfIr. 'and oudrrful within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida. genuine viz : GEO. H. diseases, the Ladies' Relief Pills ate an effectual
\ .
HEALING THOMAS BALTZELL Row and' Tonic Mix arter date I will to the Hon.
Improved apply
Ennlnt. .say pears .,.. that be h'1 by his .kill, tclenre Wholesale! & Retail ) remedy. They are a valuable aperient during confinement -
and rtprwnee, d..tl.d an article "oul be of incalculable % -. February 20D.lS- 9. Judge.C. am of Wild Cherry', randrcb'" Probate (forGacNden; County for I letter or to correct a costive habit, sick headache
nd'antee to iwinkmd when the would tie fur II. DuPo>T, Sol for Cempl't. : Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor, T.-ILAHA from the administration of the estate of &c. They relieve barrenness they
nithrd to bnnp it into unitrnal notice wh.n Its Infltlla"'. A true copy Worm, Cou' h, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonphnd's: constantly on deceased. and invigorate the ; renew

the elnle.meant would are b tap know|>lied a:and this appreciated. Tint tlle hai couia I. U. hARRIS. Clerk Ga(1( den Circuit Court. Celebrated Feverand Ague Remedy ', Lucenia Cordial, KEEPS t cash price-, R. E. GIBSON, Adm'r. the nervous I\'fltf'm.blood.give and are Ihe tone mildest and activity, jet the to

oR..vi .iJfn rjfF.QU.ir.i.F.n rRF.r.iR.mo.v Bv R. C. LESTER, Deputy Clerk. Thompson's Eve Water, McMunns' Elixir of Opium, I I inef hn.i nr!". lSt9. 106mNotice. most certain aperient known, they are harmless and
"fannfutnrd on the -m innocent in their
the length and breadth of the !land. cijicciatlyas I it ound Colrr Heln effects. For young ladies who
Inr&talile of oecenewtion or deterioration.I'nlike Tvlei'sditto, Gordon's I'.illioiH and AntiIpepticPills sins, Lard, \Vhi.key, have arrived to the age of womanhood, and whose
Court of Probate
young i. P. 1..nd..lt iiii-n| >rei with afe. a*d eckwilll'snti.Dspeptic Pills, Peter:' anti found in similar establi> after date, I shall apply to the Hon. systems are too feeble or relaxed to bring forward the

lific em principles cb"" .by a for tnntife the better..;.traus 1'bt hithett it It prepared knowledge'cc- MARCH 2ist, A. D. IS4. Spencer's Ills, and is Agent for S. P. Townsend's jug to purchase any of probate for the county of Jeffersonfor natural evacuations the Ladies' Relief Pills are a

diwovrnet the art. hate beentfuuch. ST\TK FLORIDA COUNTY celebrated Sa aparilb, in quart bottles, at I per pectfully invited to call and
and the lal.li al OF 0) LIO as administratrix de boni non prompt efficient remedy ; and old ladies, who
nui requisition In the niannfclure of the ( 1.)1 bottle. Also, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from ing t1,1hll annexed of Jeremiah John..on. late of about the critical .
Thefartapuriila it if well known a, William G. Ponder, Executor of ( are passing period ot hiewill derive
hlf'd Lrmon Acid far
Citric preferable for the
.la.I"r.l..conuint many medicinal r.IOt|"iniet. and tome t properts the lat will and (testament of pure or I Store formerly ( deC't'a-t'J.1 HY S. JOHNSON. much benefit from an occasional use of these

which Ia are inert ..uwleu. and others,.which if retained in lIre Archibald Graham, deceased, Petition for distribution sick or ordinary use than that usuall.} sold, London &Co., corner nl Monroe CountyApril.th, 1S3'J. 11 pills ; they will serve fo keep up, and assist nature
i fur; produce frrrttiv and .e.l. w hlch i II Inrunout Porter, kc., .
nannt it UM. 5c Ma* 12, 1S41! in action in .
maintaining,a healthy the uterine functions
the & clr the of S&nnpanltan rs. of the -
\ *1 rW I*t if they are not (>rfter.ed by a tttttife proem, Cook ( These pills are the result of much and
knownoiih to those in lu manufacture Moreo\er. Carleton, Isaac N. and Graham, decea IMPROVED after date I will apply to the lion. long experience

these ".lazi.e prtvrtWf experienced. .hlch fl>. off m ".. or at an eshalaCIOB. Rachel his wife, and Collin sed. COTTON GINS. 1- BAGS RIO ) Probate 'for Leon county, for Letters of ,and have long been used by the inventor with

.under b.at are'Ihetry"".rt.,..ea proptrtittf the Graham, heirs at law of John S do. St. the admiui fration of the estate of the happiest and most universal"success ; they are

IiI whrl f ne.t it r Ill ".II.. Graham, deceased. J THE Subscriber will continue to Manufacture 5 do. White Java Tavlor! dtc. II. B. BRADFORD. composed entirely of vegetable substances. They
prw c n boil% o tie the root nil they jet a dark: colored Gins his usual extensive scale aid
on 2 do. Brown do. 1M'' act favorably, both as a mild aperient and tonic, on
liquid which it b"r f inn the matter in the root than being made to appear to this Court that Collin I .1 t 15Notice.
from any thing eli, the)' can r.l.r'ne I"tln tint insipid" or vapid I IT Graham, one ot the defendants:named in the said ed by long experience, fir-t ,Js best 2 BhU. cru"het Su all constitutions, and without injury to any. They
liquid tweeien wii, ..iur niol ... and then call it "SAR- I materials, and the met t improved machinerywhich 2 Boxe have been prepared with great care, and are indeed
(if he i is still in being,) resides beyond tin '
PAPAKILLA 1XTRAl-r or :\'Rlr. Hut tuch it not the petiton. enables him to furnish an article,which, for faithful what their
Ladies'
artirl In"'I the State ofFlotida, but within the limits Gishen Butter, Box, and after date, the undersigned will apply name implies, Relief Pill,. Many

GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND of the United i t ) Stales: Hit tll'efure Ordtrt, That work manhii p, durability and superior performarce, penor Family Flour, Judge of Probate for Leon County testimonials of their efficacy could be produced,

SARSAPAniLL.Thit the said defendant, Collin Gtham. do and 'is not Miipassed by any offered in the United States. garCodish.! Herin!., of dismission a? Administrator of the but a few only will be given as the public will be

it S prepared that all the men properties| of the Bar answer the saM' petition within four months appear'from I Having in addition' to Reed's Patent Combination Pickles, Almonds Furs, Smith deceased, late of said better able to appreciate their value after they have
tapanllaroot, are first "mlnf.l. e'er>' thin, ratable| becuminKacid Water-Box, procured at great cost the sole right to Received county. proven them. Ladiesthis medicine is offered
or of frrmentation it ettrnrtcj and then the date of the frt publication of thi oider,oIlier- per brig PATRICK SMITH, Administrator. you
every Cotton Gins Wood
Devalin &
use on that in become
rjtl a von a great measure
own
rwrticle ."1.lral irtue it '.llr.d in a conrentrittedrns wise the petition maybe taken as lanc(1k'scelehratpd 1549. 10GmNotice. may your
; and I it rendered inrntilenf lonini!;any .f iu valuable coiiles-ed$ Complinants Provided), That thi Patent Oil-Sating lohich! : :twtort.1arrh 10, I Physician .and thereby relieve ycvrselves of many
and healing I'n pared ia this it made ered far to now in use.Having -
Irnrl. w ay I the order be week superior any of those diseases from which the mile part of tbe
mutt published once a for the of fou' .
".erulat.n tr furnished eight hundred Gin.to''the Planters
Each
THE human race are exempt. box contains thirty-
months in in the Count
innumerable some
diseases newspaper published lat t season, which have given universal satisfaction after date the adminis- .
) undersigned, three pills- rice 1.00 box.
the reaton why we of Leon and State aforesaid. | per
Inl b.1 r."nMn"at.nnl oa aIds X E W X A X S VI I
In \'er will be a sufficient that his Cot- boni non of the estate of Samuel
It f"o men omen, and children. Ve find dOllC E. !guarantee Kept for sale by
I
w'onden in cure ofro.vrurrro.v. J.lE Jud DROOMr Ion Gins arc highly approved. TIlE nulic Leon County, deceased, will present F: O. Welch, Druggist Albany, Baker county, Ca.
I n.PI.lf.f.: and i.n'F.R COM can be made on the most accommodating t HOU-K'' is and vouchers to the Hon. Court of Pro-
Engagements nx E. Seixas. ThoLasvilla Ga.
r/..l/AT. and in : ..". *C/iO* CV.f. flLf.ScusTirrmr.ss. : March 21. 15-10. 12- m ;:.; Druggist .
: ail crr.i.vnu's I'U'P7'ICNS.: ri.v terms with his Trndlinj Agents, who 'illcall .; uf Boarders and County, arid a>k for a final settlement Hamilton W. Sharpe, Sharps's Store, Lowndes

FLF.S BLOCTHrs. mud all nfWtumi Jefferson Circuit Caurt. on Planters ( ,fr letter, addressed. to rest assined therewill from his said admini"trarion. county, Ga.

IMPcrn' Ol' THE BLOOD. him at Clinton' Jones county, Georgia. them comtortat' as far SIMEON THEUS. S. Puleston, DruggistMonticello, Fla.E .
I ftUf c\' in al tomplajnlt antire from William Bailey, admr. de ) IN CHANCERY. Gin delivered to the purchaser free of do, His l 1 I!. 20
; to Jr.
/.. '" .fu'', .f the Steu. ., from Unequal circolntion. bonia non of John Bella- expense prietor so. Barnard, ,Diuggis?. Tallahassee. Fla.
delerminaton.ifhlsod, to the head,,iwlpitation, of the h.an dec. ) 1mill[ fof RclicfFo and warranted to perform' well. rate order, and a first W. Brinson & Brother,Druggists, Madiion C. I..
eold (i.et and hand..cold chill and hoi dishes over the Nxly I my, Compo sale of land-to aide The Cheiokee untiesin Georgiaand the Northeastern dance.N. Notice. Fla.

hat not iu equal and centlrtiimtii.n H Colds| and| Cfk, ,relating; and promote stricture easy of ciliectorauon the' Domett and Da. f Conveyance( & part of .\1bama. will be (1 r I'"'d with' Gins, I). Private after date the undersigned, one of the And by the inventor, at tke Mineral Spria,

lunct, tht and e"I'other I'frt vid Henry Barrow J from a branch at Rome, Flojd County dies. : ol the estate of William S Theus, Lowndcs county, Ga.

Rut II ( i tC'I.nrf. more manifestly) teD and ae Defts. J Georgia, known as the firm of Gri\.ld' &King. NewnansvilleJune23 1 county, d I ceased, will present his ac-
kao.'I'de than in all .I"e. appearing to the satisfaction of this Court, by orders to their address \\ill
FEMALE IT Any Georgia, to the Hon. Court of Probate of

It workt wonden in COMPLAINTS.F .Itbxi affidavit made in this cause that Ihe said defendants meet prompt attention. WHITE and a>k for a final settlement and dis MADTSOY Catrnrr.

tit I'"".. Obitnrtrd t'lln j rrr ,,- .vor or t'enful nr.\I'lirr..., 1J.. reside out cf the Stale of Florida, beyond the SAMUEL GRISWOLD. his said administration. Some time about eight years ago I miscarried,

IB'If n the 'n.n.tru".I.r..II.| .and tlie like ; it a etlmual jurisdiction of this Court, but in the United States : Clinton.: May.';. IS I JO. 21-Sw IIDIIATO SIMEON THEUS. which was the second time that I had done so.-
curine. It is Ordered That the said defendants
a By removing ub irucui>n und Iur.rrjrul.itmc. the ceneral Hen Dog fTMIE I I undersigned t 20 Shortly alter the last mis-earriaic I was compelled to
tytWm. Fresh Groceries.
it civet tone and strength to the whole body and thut cc.f t and David Ban ow do appear and atisxvtr I he .L that they have Il'a -. lie out in thewoods all night from the Indians,which

rnret all (rmi ufIVcrvuii Hill of Complaint filed in this cause within l fnur receiving Irom New Yoik and New Orleans, \'par The mineral ; Notice. caused me to take cold, which caused an obstruction
generally monthly en'irely iis
and thus iirevcnUorrHievn .. having claims and demands aziinst ppeared -
a "
"" .
gre.t the said Bill will taken
at tytaal ,mlMtttn. .\'c.r"'r.4 St Vita* Ja.c. Snoaninf dlr. I he for con fa'd I part of BaCon Hams, Sides and Shoulder, on t that !-uUj TtTothoscalhictcdwith. '04I1erV.. Talordeceasedtate of about three years ago. Since then I hive
tprirfttt Fit c.r&e jgain.t them ; .tli it further Ordned, That pub Markeral No. 1 and) 2, Candles, Scan, Flour Coflee, I 21)5) are hereby notified to present them been subject to violent attacks of epileptic fits.-

.I ktoiuarh cleantet' (and bi.1| Ildt"good digestion li\ert. healthy the action mod lication of this order be made in some newspape Lard Tobacco, Tea. Almonds, Candies, lew Or- pepsia, and I the thousand I I incd. properly authenticated within Some two month? since. I obtained three boxes of
bowelt f .
lurjior nnd citn.tiNiion.| I'e. alIas"t inH *rle"rl. Iulfe the tkin o of published four Tallahassee hs. once a week for the pace< lea').Sugar, &.c.-\\hirh I otTer low IIT ( to, we wou'.d! re"p'clul crifMn! by liw ; and all persons indebted Dr. Tarvir.'s Ladies' Relief Pillad: thy have relieved
equal net the circulation ofthe blmMt mont Store removed door Jlllnnnle.s.. ,
next to
irtiues-helie me horn those unpleasant diseases above
arltb ted to make immediate mentioned
cante" rfm are )e< -
equally all the l I ihe above be re'j pa
oicr
bety. and the in.ensLIe icrtpir&tinn, ; re a true copy from the records JOHN McUOUGALL. "
ct'rtir etlfcted bv its and from
laietall .tlctur. and tichlneu reinotet all olittruetiont. and !' Circuit cures use RICHARD HAYWARD, Aden., experimental knowledge I wtinl.l
il' I"r1 the entire' nertout .)trru. I not thit then Court.C.. June !, 1MO.- 23 la 1 ly Ltnfle.I' And \\ If. IS2m. recommend them to all my female friends in addiction
G.
FIFE Clerk. -- -- ------ ----
The niedlciuc you pro-emini-ntly need March 31! I1'3. 13 alivery BROICAW'Sc'
lint can any nf these thin,s i to haid uf. 1'Tow Dond'. infe 11ILLER afc'r a fair trial, \\ Notice. they. are worthy of all that is claimed for them.
riot Irtlr.t Tin young man'* I liomd i i. nit to I.e I MOLLY OVERSTREET.I .
State
of Florida.-Middle Circuit & Sale Stable sttIc.ri
,1
COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S, ; place after date 1 shall present my accounts

tau.Cnne (;tA ,I.'Al"'ha the one d iCArABLEc Sarah M. Whiting, ) In Chancery in the Circuit ( T ALLAIASEI fLORIPA.l _ i,I The tl"Hotel hating away Ilen and apply to the lion. Judge of do trucfrum hereby certify that knowledce.the above certificate is literally
11TIIIURATIU .4 my own
V Court for Wdkulla County,on County for a final settlement
NEVER 1& lIE l have moved It- their fire-proof made comfortable and GEO. E. OTERSTREET.
SPI Francis B. Whi'irg. ) Bill filed. T !ub.crlOC'f up from the administration: of the estate
while the other IKIES.; dear,. ;e. and tier in f fit brick Stables, and take this opportunity. to in. j j: we hope to give general Madison County, Fla.near Fort Hamilton,April
LftVti containing It into' Ihe liquid appearing to the satisfaction of the Court Black, dec. ; and also settlement and
eipln tllat Our for
dn. and dumping' "lcnt. .our.lcid IT form their friend and t the public generally of t the ) arrangements 23d, SK'.
"
this horrible
r
ntb. Muo.o com Administrator on the dower allot
pound I he pitwunoui the the Defendant, Francis B. Whiting. resides in fact. thankful for the they i enable 114 to keep as ;
t rut acirf I Beirg liltrt "patronage
*'.lr'.d, ,,*,, ".t lil'bat'rlll'I1t cu.Hi>epiia iar Te\aj,one ot the States of the United States and out have heretofore rtceivtd. they solicit a continuanceof I I the South. to Margaret Black, dec., as widow

Ill'. what I.".Du nil ,that when food sours in our tOa.alhl. tut .of this Slate, so that ordinary process! cannot be served the and then :tlveh to no pains i The stable will be Black, dec., late of said ( ounty.f About fen years ago,and shortly after confinement,
niihrhicft u >roduc ? pledge spare
| flainence. heartburn SJIt
::.
palpi him It is decreed and S.SHEPARDAdmr. I took cold which brought on and obstruction
Utmn of the heart liter e.ml.l&mt diarrho-a dykcnlery. colic, upon : thertfure ordered fo Ihe 'icroinrnodalion ot those who may pat rorlise tier that the country irregularity
and corruption nf the blo''hat" bcrofula tnt an acid That a hearing of the facts charged in said bill It them. Their Stables are situated Washington j\ tlers. 1S-I!. 14Notice. of the monthly evacuations accompanied

humor bnnp on in the bod) I \'h"t poduc. the humus which had on the first Monday in September next, at NewPort Square, in the t convenient pait of the town, and .' Passenger, from -- with Lenccsrhcta, or;Whites ; from that time, ny

.1.1. rUptIUI.r'bil t"fllrl.tbt:k.1 tIII.head and Bait all ulcerationt Rbtunl. En in in the eounu Cf Wakulla, at which tune sail for com tort and rot con\'fninct they cannot be surpassed -I' meet with no inCon\ health gradually declined, until I was brought to avery

eltmal' "nothIng undtr heaven but an acid defendant may appear and plead or an"wrr to and by any Stables in the Southern' courttiy. tor to the Spring, as !having demands again .the fateof l luws tate nf healthso that I was scarcely able

nbtrce.bNdy. more w nr hich 1.11.'hlt aourt. and thut spoils all the fluid of the defend against said l bill. .lnd if fmthir uidtred, November IS, IS"; 1*> bring them without any ozl'manlale of Hamilton county, de to get about. I took medicines from several Physicians

arid fulI. which intinuKte eauwt. ir Kheumatitm theints but a and sour elte or That a copy of I this order be published in some one Board will be modi present them to me without dt'aydll-) and found bat little relief, until I began to assume

tmtntinc and inflaming.the ht.el dehcle tittuet upon which of the newspapers printed in this Circuit once a LEWIS AMES : within the time prescribed by law, a pale, sickly appearance, and the least exertion -
It li' JNI nf tienuun diseases of impurity the blood ol week, for at teat three months. & : t be barred. caused my neck veins to throb, and I had a

human ieranped nature.r1ftllatl0" and nearly)all the luluient which afflic THOMAS CAL TZELL, Judge. DHALKKSIN April 7.ISt9.' ) 14 JOHN. SMITH, shortness of breath, until sometime last December

ow II I nut horrible to mk and Md ifiae11 Newport May 12. IM9.- IRUT'.S. MEDICINES: P.\IXTS. OILS. Sw-23 Sheriff ex officiodm'r. I obtained from Dr. Tarvin some of his Ladies' Relief

to B.tbl all A true copy": GEO. L. BRYANT. Clerk. Toilet Articles. ie. Window Glass i .\ Pills,and I dci hereby cerify that I have ft und
SOIJIOMJ
; } : u COMPOUND- June Perfumery, relief from them than
'fU.UlXGCm I 2. is.1 ill. 22 Probate--Leon County. more any medicine I have ever
P .: BRUMI: COLOR,
1O\SEND, : AJl taken,and would therefore recommend them to
and yet he' would: fun ha\e Indenl''o Old Il. Jacob State of Florida.--Monroe Ai ollicririrsf G Its*. n':.>, ,% C. I Dr. of the estate ) AT CHAMBERS, females in similar situations

lownwud of his inferior' t G<*.,*, (*,:',',/Ssr,arda. it an IMITATION Smith County.- T111'abu't i constant ly on hand, and for sale at t the T) nSPECTFULLY I deceased. 5 April 1 11, IS-l). SIRLETER HODGES.I .

lleatrn ( l'IIlnf: "uld' deal l in article Mowrv, } pril!. ii oral that he has petition of William Bailey, security,
bear "t a vhleh would r*. :V; BILL IN CERV. do hereby certify that the above statement mada
the
most d
> unt reaemblnnre to $. P.Towntend'i trtuJtt C1A LEWIS &AMES. Monticello Florida, and I hat Luke Moore, administrator! of said
and load which should bring di mn uH.n| the Old! I>,.tuch a mnulail Joseph Law ton. ) Tallahassee, November 20, 1&-7. J IS unless j/rolesiionallv. required to give new security in lieu by my wife Stricter, is just and true, this Hth Dec.
complaioii and rlllnlt"nl from Afientt "bo cold appearing mehnaIfidavitthat Jo;eph Lawton, tn IS 19 A. HODGES P.
be
--
and purchasers tho bne IT paid to all professional or in default Ihpreoflhat t said Moore be
njll' II. uI&d t. P.Townnd'sFEftilTLNG defendant in the bill filed in the above cause, re- Confectionery and May5,1S19.' said administration, it appearing to Lowndes County, 6601 h Dist., G. M.
It under.to..l. out cf f the State of Florida and in Daltcr.I
'llh ii the IliIOLt ;idtl : Europe :
R. r. ..rluII 'Ml that ] XUY KINDON would) and of this Court that said Luke Moore,
TO"INnd' ('Id fir. Jacob ItisOidired, TIJat said defendant Ils frifld\
aaarilla are &,,.artrl-"d, 'fart-a.e ull Ilj.t TO"'I.nd'dwtUr; Srr.that the said bill] ithin the time appear ard law answer the public generally, that he has on h hand, and MMON TOWLE. of the estate of Lester Crook, A CARD.
Ibey are Inl.L 1"'"* particular ,not one prescribed by i constantly CANDIES all kinds TOWLE the limits uf the State of Florida, or
tnin tingle thing manufacturing, ,
In CUI"mn. otherwise it shall be taken pro cfnflso. It is fur W. J. TARVIN has located for the present
such Ciicuit of Florida, or conceals him- DR.
r. TO"'INnd I. doctor, and never was, (, no thrr Ordered That a copy of this order be publish as : Attorneys and and Fall at the Mineral Springs en the
DO, PEPPERMINT notice of said petition cannot be served
eb"fliat LEMON DROPS.CINNAMON i
[
'hl""antU-II""iB more of medicine
in Withlacoochee River
o d. some printed the State of Florida eight miles below
newspaper Troupville
I&Ihl aD oh.r nmn. Unscientific .o formed i.. therefore Ordered, That the said
'. LEMON CANDY, an |
"hat a.t., can the public that thi.ya.reSmnwdicine. once a month foi nine months. HAVING I Lowndes CountyGa., where fce will practice on
b.e a WINTEUGHEEN, HARLEY CANDY, attend administrator as aforesaid, do appear I
renmne acsenttc Iaw
wil Chronic diseases
JOS.
D. LANCASTER
rontamme the
principally. He has
j received
al of the just
-nlde. .lue. Middle within four
used in prcpai-Lsi 'It II.d hlth HOARHOUND t petition mopths rom the I
*
% ;
Flrida
Vest March
Ir incapable Key 2S.A. I D. 15J9. l achoiceselectionof medicines-.direcl
hanct. JudgeSo.Cir.Fa from Savannah.
"loch
Iw'ht' lbcui the .ttkN1' of the U. S of thin order the said
helth. fndn :(( |Jueae.&ntieaaof THOU. F. KING, for Comp. And rations others, among them several that are at : publication or Persons afflicted with Eruptive diseases scald
Sol useful for colds and and i is to their care will receive be taken for confessed,and thepraver ,
Ilut WW H"e to manufacture
should l 'I.e expected' from one w ho knows noth A true copy fror the minutes : coughs! pr'par' I head, white swellingold ulcerssore legs.C.fe
lut edicine or : any, and all kindlhat be ordered, both 03Office in the : Provided, That a copy of this or-
CNlfrU\el'ur d.laa a W.C.MALONEY may : male di.-eases
and
I rlQlurl 'perton Clerk. dropsy, other old chronic affections
t .11. rook and wholesale February 17 week for four months in
tllMrlnlt and flail. 1919. once a ,
t "
.ne up a decent _
.n .Imu.tn April 14. 15 OJ n. L. HICK I). C. that should think
to themselves
"f'1 len" "lb alliportact proper place
that the
I"re 1 |l'noDI "ho tlaa lie i is also prepared to carry on Raking in all its published in the City of Tallahassee.
tr.ture lcin., his
a .< d"ltnld (t.rWUK under care, will be apt to be well satisfied with
STO"ACHS .rD State of Florida.-Middle Circuit branches, from I the plain Loafffliitadt\olliem\ i water made
.bl..le know tieti the ot-dit-4 ENFFBLX SSTEII exquisite Cakes and Pic*. and .the publiccan I lS-l. 15 Judge of Probates. maay
also. o.. tnrlnJ aol e""rr. traltnS I'fl.rle.,,..'healIng I.atl. virtue.beat Daniel Ladd, Comp., *) aluatsbeaccommodated laltil'i\in t timely i notice i Receiving, ; cure of Dyspepsia,Gravel,Rheumatism,&c.,and he

the af aUen.i,1.. kbtWcde and or the '" ""dieases> which affect t. j In Chancery in the Cir at the Bakery and Cunltctionary on Jillt-rcon street, Notice. hopes by his assistance, that they will cure many
) l. h.w
.t to ada.i remediet more. Dr. Tarvin will with
It is tl'll'ft(rauds. upui.tI.. unforlunale, t these diseases! Augustus Steele) &Elizaicuit Court for Wakulla opposite the .'l, tiou Room of R. Esq., J ( Administrator of Lester Crook cure negroes afflicted
I. ICI. chronic diseases
wounded hUlanlt). to kindle lu..t tbe L11.nlr bahllnt beth, his \ife.lte Eliza-I I County) on Bill filed TallahasseeDec. 1C, 1S4S. : -. by cor.tr.ct for an interest in them.
HII health and telooiu. and ,.il.nto the drllllrinc crushed bl'l t beth Cottingham, Defts. J ; : n neither out of the Slatcf Florida This location is remarkably healthy.
"fD,ad.1 IMotlib Infirmity(liii('IJ 1/ealcrs in but correspondence wished with
l'LJ TO8" any May 5,1545.Xatnre's .
tWU.NU 'l"l FT appearing to the satisfaction of Ihe Court that Spring and Summer Clothing.CIA.HK .
,
ILGUT le cpportun.tjGrand with immediate attention direct-
t by
1. 14 he.t bring L. defendants reside this State, but not in the 62 I
Universal Circuit in which the k STIIL,>1AX are now recei\ine a Feb. 3, 1819. 5 Jacksonville, Fla., where he i is at pres !
Concentrated bil is filed : //1 il therefore decreed own Remedy for Bowel Complaints.
and orJcr J, unless t the said but select assortment cl SPRING AND in adjusting the accounts (.r the estate :

wUhln the reach.and la Keiucdy knowledge of all who need it,that do appear here and answer,, the complainan dtfendants'. bill I 1 on SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a few articles GEO. W. deceased, for a final settlement of rPHC FlHX Root is a specific remedy for BlooJL -

they uwsy learned k.uw. b)' joyful .1Jlllle.. it. the first Monday in Au 'M next, the same 1 will betaken such asDrills LUKE MOORE. dy Flux, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, ic. "it is the

Iranscciitlciit I O"'tr Heal. for confessed, the: thereof' decreed Drap d'Htc. I 20; simplest, yet the most certain and safe remedy ever
accordingly -
Sol wholesale and retail by : P"Dritfl, maier a copy of thin order be Cashmerettes, Marseilles, &c. discovered,a few hours will be sufficient to cure the
T.ILLIIL1 PORK
.rIO tPsOX. SKILLMAX & CO., published in some one of the newspapers printed in Suitable to manufacture, and to be disposed of for : PRIME mast violent case. It was first discovered and used

102 Nassau New t his Circuit once a week for I wo mont his!successively CASH, and CASH ONLY,at moderate profits ; and I b.tcou Shoulders, by the Chuochee Indians for Bowel Complaints with
street York.
THOMAS HAL TZELL, Judge. would cordially invite their Iriendsand. customers I Messrs. II. BOND, J. \V. St. Loui and Western Flour, eminent success, and by them the use of this very

And hI LEWIS & AMES, 'ewporIMay 12, Is JO. to call and purchase. I F. H. FL.G,T. J. Rio Coffee, valuable root was made known to the whites. This

Agents' Tallahassee. A true copy : GEO.. L. BRYANT, Clerk. Tallabassee.March 17, 1849.- 11 I March 10, 1M9. all kinds. Jut recf'i"e.land for sale bv plant flourishes in the valley of Western Georgia
GEO. H. BESTWICK.
Apri 21, 1949. 1C-ly June 2, 1849. 22 and North Carolina. It is neatly put up, ready for
C (, June 12, 1SIIX in
-- Land For Sale, W. S. use, ounre paperssufficient to'cure several case fat

Middle Circuit---Leon County. _' JIJKE CllJUVCEf 50 cents per paper.

Dlacksmithing.GOOD Sila F. Burney, ) In Attachment. land known as the "Ovcrstreet Tract," 0 .lorncy Just Received, For sale by W. Brinson &. Brother.Madison C. H-,

a substantial, and cheap Black uithiDg of t,. > Sum fcworn to $SO TUIE h of Tallaha see, near the Thomas- Montieello, TALLAHASSEE, a 1ar eand fresh Fla. ; E SiexasThomasvilIeGi .,S.Puleston,Mon-

last kinds done by at Miller!I Ihe Shop near my Stable, occupied Isaac Hutto. ) Bond in 100 00.rPJIE 4S.10. ville lad, adjoining nol Gov. Branch! plantation, containing WILL attend Ihe sugar-cured hams, plain Hams, Rice, ticello hassee,Fla., and by E. Barnard,Jr.,Drnggist.Tall-
j Biokaw. Fla.
January :2u'ea, 1819. 3& defendant and all others interfiled are hereby 7 or tOO acres. Will be hold low, and on ,and of the Sides,Lard, &c.11 of which will be ,
A. A. FISHER. May 5,1349. IS 3m
JL notified of the institution of the above suit. satisfactory .terms to one wishing to purchase. For Eastern Circuit. )' lowest rates for cash only. -

S. S. Knight and required Ie appear and plead lo the declaration further particulars apply to h Barnard Tallahassee, March 31, IS.I 19. GEO. H. BF.ST WICK,

( fled therein, within the time prescribed by law. or DANIEL LADD, New Port. r of Monroe and Jefferson streets. S. S. KNIGHT,

; WILL continue business at 1 his old ettnd, where WALKER GWYNN, Jan. 13, 16,19. 2 If Thomas I Id. 19
hope to wait on nuch of hi* fri"Jd"1 have May < 1849. 21 & Wholesale & Retail Grocer I Provision Dealer,
2t Attj'sfor
ATTORNEY AND
,
)heretofore Pl't.
extended liberal .
w> a patronage, piorniiinglhat Liverpool Salt. Real
Bargains Estate.
-- TALLAH.ySEK, VLORIDA.TT'EEPS .
all shall have in
: April 2 1649. o rliclcsat fair price. Florida, Middle Circuit.IN I ) ECEIVED per Schooner Lucy Bake,600 SacK WILL practice of the my plantation, C40 aci-esone miii' constantly on hand.and ot1rs for sale at a

1 GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. 1\Liverpool Salt. For sale by Tallahassee JL\_ mall advance for stand
preme Court aud finely watered, more than on cost, cash, all the

.!t Pure Sulphate of Quinine.lE Archibald McPhatter. Guar JOHN DENHAM. TaB hsste. in limbu,rich hamm: ck,at $">.00 ard articles in his line. Floors cf approved qualities

..1 subscribers have on band two dian of Thomas \Vilkn, A 'ACIMENT : Newport 3Ist March IS.t9.Pickled Monticello, January my house and lots in Tallahassee, -Sugars, Coffees Teas, Bacon, Hams. Pork,
hundred }
J. and rs. Sum l Tl'rJJu-One third Cash,tle balance i in Soap, Candles Lard, and all similar articles'o

have fitly obtained ounce direct of Sulphate from the Quinine, which they John Johnson. $10. Mullet. Medical instilments, fiom 1st January, gelhcr with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions, 1'uts.

manufacturers, and THE' i-cfendant and all others interested take KfBARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLE of JOHN P. DcVAL. Raisins, Figs, Almonds,and all other artiolujualljfo
they will warrant it lo be a superior afticle.Ic wi O\J H. G. WIRT, It!. D.
in
? of the commencement of this at.tachment the lirst catch, and fine order.For 5,1649. IS md in similar establishment

Ic We have enlarged arrivals our and stock of Drugs and Medicines and appear and plead to I tbeded3tiol fi. wale low by McNAUGHT &ORMOND. I DRS. WIT &CALL Stare next door above (;. H.: Meginniss'.on Mon
I by recent are prepared to of
execute
practice
led in thii case R. E. GIBSON Newport, November, 1S4S. 1 1U Tin roe street.
order 'for article in line at wholesale Manufactory.
offer
our or retail their services to the
May I! 1S49 20 Ally. of PlfT. April 2S, 1S49. 17 ly
on the moot accommodating teims. Iron &c. Cilice over Drug Store, I engaged additional workmen, we are-

1 We have al.o a few accounts yet due f o us for the August 5, 1S.t. I to fill all orders in our line in a

year 1847. They are generally in small amount, DR. J. S. BOND A FULL assortment of Iron,2 to 7 inches wide satisfactory manner. All orders from Tobaccos.

but if the whole could be paid shortly, it go OFFERS hit professional service to the citizens 40 kegs Nails, assorted sizes, A FEW HUNDRED will receive immediate attention. A A FULL supply manufactured Tobaccos,ju t received

far towards liquidatmgccttain, sums whih'e 0\( "( and Ihe surrounding country. Just received and (or sale bylcN.UGlT For given to merchants and dealers.T and for sale byMcNAUGHT

Office at Col. Fishti'd) Hotel. &ORMOND. WHITE &. CO. & ORMOIvD-

.\ l 'I. IS1. 41 &4UfS.l .May! .181. 43 t Newport March 15. 10 MajlO, 151 ID. .I?. 23 Newport, March 10, 1543. 10