The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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CORRESPONDENCE. the globe. It was shutting the door against all hope of reconciliation. F.ve the 1.: :
It was rpjecling-tke-olfer-of pardon-irbicir England bad made to all present day, and around us, we have sad pfo Lot J lowers._ TheM efir3, however. proved as fratttf;*,} y fipv{ lYfJTnfyfa i? 'I
.....:..... 0 0-. who would manIJ"iQr. Whether it be from the facility with which alcoholic ble : the Spartan was reduced by luxury, and the Turk b-iru-red the
TZjLAIEASSEt: : July 6, 1819.BKO. return to allegiance, except John Hancock and in the United States, from certain t
or exhilerating influence ofthe bribe
1\ dreamy delights ot
II. S. IIA Samuel Adams. It was placing member of that Congress in ot 1 grape opium. b .
\\'AnJ), every temperament peculiar to us, certain it is that drunkenness is chief To you, my brother Sons Temperance, at this modern period, belongs L _
Dear Sir; : The undersigned hare been appointed a Committee the most! responsible! and trying position. Each one felt that a failure !!. among our National vices. Indeed, we have been called by foreign ) the honor of originating a well devised scheme to arrest the t'.

by your Brethren, of Magnolia Division, No. 3. Sons Temperance.!. would be followed by a rebel's death. The gibbet stood before tourists a nation drunkards ; and whilst we repel the charge with march Intemperance. Your Society, by attracting public alien- \ft*9
them .
to return you th? grateful acknowledgments of the Division for the :-many paused ; many: doubted ; many feared. Even Hancock indignation, we must all admit (hat Ihe habit of unnecessary drink lion lo (the subject, and addressing the of mankind, has check ;.

chaste and eloquent' Oration delivered: by you on the 4th instant, and himself who presided over that solemn sitting,! though already ing-nay, more, of intoxication pervades, to an alarming extent, all ed the downward tendency hundreds reaoJ, and snatched them from the il j 1
marked for declared that ho, i J
to respectfully! request that you will favor the Division with a copy of punishment, shuddered before the aw. classes of our country. A morning's libation solaces one-the midnight brink of a fearful precipice over which they would soon hue< fallen.
the ful responsibility!! ; he opposed the declaration, and there were many revel delights another, and a third his votive The abuse' .
same publication. at
pays ring intoxicating is diminished and it
who sustained him. The f fate of our liberties bun upon this doubtful the shrine oftne demon ot ? agents certainly may MI it'
Yours, in! Love Purify, and Fidelity, debauchery whenever the possession of a be attributed to your institution. Among our own people I am sat. _
issue and this dime
to day we might have remained colonies of Great ( him
; gives (the .
G.V.; HUTCHIXS, employment, is isfied that the
) ahit 10 no occupation cx- cause of Temperance i is advancing and working out I I
Britain but for the burning of John Adams which kindled from
eloquence it. The
THO5. J. PERKINS! S. Committee. lawyer brightens his wits, thc politician seeks the most desirable ends. Your is onicard
course motto,
/ -
] the of freedom his your i-.i
spirit in that and I
doubting, tIe
trembling assembly! popularity. soldier
c1IAs.E. DIKE, ) i forgets his danger, the physician his pa. exeelsior. You sow the seed and posterity will gather the fiuit. It
turned the scale in favor of i
The declaration the
Independence. : was merchant his risk, the laborer his toil _
and) the will
even an harvest. I into future
adopted on the 4th July, 1770, by an almost unanimous vote. sometimes stains: ths reap nbund'Ut gaze 1 not very remote, i: 1,
TALLAHASSEE, July 10, 1819.MY spotless purity of his ermine, in the\ indulgence and I behold(he completion of your designs : alcohol driven from v _
!\! RSOTHCUS : The signing of that instrument! my fellow citizens, did, to use the ofthe wine cup. All occasions; add to the universal custom. We the sideboard and table to its proper place the shelf of ihe Apothecary t f

Your letter! communicating: tn me the very flattering wish of our prophetic language: of John Adam, snake the 4th of July a glorioiis meet a friend who has been abroad, we must drink with him ; we ; education diffusing its refining influence through society ; innocent \!

Division, Sons Temperance, las given me both pleasure: and em- an immortal (day," for it.was without doubt, next (to the establishment hid another facwel, we must wish him a pleasant journey in a Ius. passive woman no longer made the victim of man's vicious

LarrasstnenU I am pleased at that evidence of their appreciation of of.the Christian? religion, the ,most important: event in ancient If we qu we mu.t make friends over a toddy ; when we bet, habits ; peaceful contentment dwelling around the domestic fireside ; .

my humble effort> on the 4th in't.. and I am embarrassed at die i idea I or modern history.! Then for the first! time brgan: to dawn up. we go a dozen of wine ; the ice arrives, we must take a julep ; and widor heightened by temperance, presiding over our public I,

of submitting: any pn-ductiou! of mine to the criticism of a censorious the world the genius of lihl rtr. Heretofore no government had Christmas comes, and al the old family bowls in Ihe country swell councils. Perhaps some genius. whose light was obscured in drunkenness :,

public. When I reflect however that: I am tn comply with or deny given any adequate example of it. Absolute! despotisms in the form with their golden tide egg-nog. Even this great day of national may catch aspaik from the', fire which glows on the altar of

the request} of a Society in wliov, welfare I f'l Kf> deep a solicitude!! of elective or hereditary monarchic?, had from the t earliest" ages 7,een emancipation, has been too often made the occasion drunken hi. your Order, add a uew lustre to the star of Florida as it glitters in t

as I do in that of the Sou* of Temperance: 1 throw! aside all diffidence deemed necessary! to a proper subjection of rebellious man. The larity, and our Hail Columbia and Star Spangled Banner are sung the constellation ofthe Stales, and shed an undying glory our !
upon the *tiIj it'cl. and! transmit \oi herewith a cop of myspeech rights and property of the subject were made: to bend to the will of I from the lips of inebriates, who, whilst they discordantly shout these national name. upon .

sincerely hoping that, it may call many 'to a serious reflection the ruler. and the object of the State, seemed. to be rather fo control songs liberty, are binding themselves \v\l\ifefters\ \ far more galling Your ends are just, and,'our course is onicard. I know that like l

upon tho virtues of our Order. the people) than to :minister to ILlt general go.,d. The exceptions" to than those from which the swords of our fathers freed them. our revolutionary fathers, you are few in number; but, like them, .0 I

I remain in sincerity:: your fi rot her, this universal slavery' of the human fun ly, only prove the extent of Such unfortunate habits are tho custom of our people, and in cus armed in just cause, jou are inincihle.r have bright exam- ,

It. S. HAY WARD. t tho c'il.thl'n under the wise administration of her Solon, furnishes tom may be. found the germ of the disease which afflicts us. Larncntable pies before us. As long as philosophy hall illumine the sky of our

Bros. G. HcTcnrssT., '1'. J. POKINS, C. E. DVKI) Committee. probably the best example of an ancient :government ; but fact, that a nation enjoying the highest civil fame should be Franklin, or glory burn on in the urn of our Washington, we may ,
her Constitutions" were di;;srrac3d the existence of ostracism cursed by the existence of so foul! vice. How
by an ; powerful are the mo. proudly (point to (their !lives as the embodiment of our precepts. My
which permitted( her best" citizen to be )banished! because: the peoplewere th'el to its suppression Contemplate Man as a part of God's crea Brethren, we are few, but be not discruraged. The disciples of'r'. 1

ADDRESS. weary hearing; him called the Just. It was a wild, intoxicated I tion, as one ofthe item composing that vast infinitude, and the only! Christianity were but twelve in the beginning. That same Providence S ,

My Fellow Ctihcns.and Brother Sons of Temperance: I' democracy, nnsuited even to .the government of a single city, one wearing the semblance of Divinity. Hlessed in the possessionof which guided the Pilgrims wi watch,over us. Let us not 't
much !less a mighty (people. In modern times the English (Constitution [ sensation and perception ; with an ample scope for the enjoyment become weary with well-doing. us wear these badges

IT was un excellent custom in the camp of the Crusaders: to has been pointed to as! a model of ;political wisdom securing,! to of his, faculties in the boundless beauties which Nature spread be breasts with honor. Let m rememfxr t/ie vote. Tnen will uponour our

cause the fcentinels lo cry out frequently] each day, .. Remember: the the subject\ a most; abundant share of civil privilege. Hut how differently fore him ; with a taste to appreciate her abundant' fruits ; with an good works be conspicuous to the world-they \vill shine as a city

HoIJ'Sef'uJcbre-iu order that ihe multitudes engaged in the important ,does( it present itself to the mind of an American, when lie reflects ear to hear the murmur of her streams, the melody of her winds, the that is set upon a hill-they will be seen from afar oft Our Order .r

work of redeeming; the bun ,1 l pace! of our Savior from the upon the monopolies which there hamper trade ; upon the disabilities roar of her ocean, and the music of her woodland choristers ; will Trill be established joret' ". Resting upon ( pillars! of Charity. Fi. .

hands of the Sancen, might not forget t the" solemn vows they had ta- I connected with: religious belief: upon a nobility, fostered an eye to behold the verdure of her fields, the blossoms of her gar delity, Purity and Love, it w.1 be as the lie e of the wise man, upon t -

ken. ll is t'quall.wt"H" to puruin a course somewhat: similar, by asambling and pelted and caressed! by royalty ; upwn,, a pauper class, condemned dens, and illuminated canopy of her vaulted heavens ; with a heart( which the rains descended, and the floods came, and the winds (

together on each) anniversary ot'uur National Independence I (to a life; of hard labor, (from which I they can no more escape than filled with a multitude of affections-attachment to objects around blew and beat upon that howe, and it fell not, for it was I founded -
to celebrate by orations, tnuaic and m1rtial parade, the happy epochof can the llusian serf who grovels in the dust; beneath a master's him-fondness) for things dependent upon hi.care-love of hOne, of a rock." upon ______

our country's emancipation, and to keep alive, by a kind of traditional frown, and pa!'ses like a chattel with the soil ; and upon the tyrannical I kindred, ofcreature, Creator ; with !mind, which cultivated, can )
history, that mos.t; glorious < vent in the annals mankind. It misrule of subjugated' I Ireland, the multitude) of whose! wrongs still trace back the stream, of time, and mark its from primeval ---- ----- ---
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J has pleased my I brother Sons of Temperance to invest me with the plead like angels trumpet-tongued" in .the decapitated trunk of eI!!. "".t rvrhr*--survey'oU .1 me terraqueous globe\ with- all! its wonders-descend Fourth of July Monticello. I

1 high. responsibilities: of sentinel and orator on this occasion, to remind "- parted Emmett: in the wasted frame exhausted! Mitchell, and the into the body of the earth and analyze its hidden treasures-guide 1 i --'m::4

them of the great blessings liberty. we all enjoy-and in this expected sufferings of Meagher! and O'Brien. The! /people of England the mariner over the boisterous billows of the deep in safety to his The citizens Jefferson, county celebrated the 74th- .n !
connexion to portray the excellence! of Temperance, and its neces. arc not a happy nor a flee people. Here alone has, the} world destined port-know all laws human o J .ine-J1 animated nature our National Independence, in Monticello, uih: becoming spirit l

pity to our national welfare and national glory. a fit example of civil and religious: liberty ; liI'rthl./ whole Caucasian know, the lnn.mln tl'rs of the sea, the winded tenants ofthe air, and :appropriate honors. There was a greater number of persons .

To-day, my fellow citizens, is the .4th anniversary" of American race may enjoy equally the blessings! ; of good: government ; here, the occupants of earth ; cal the lightnings from' Heaven to present, particularly! ladies, than we have ever known to assemble in I!>

Ind-pendence, and I behold with pleasure this intelligent/ audience individual rights:; are onl\, limited solar: as i is essential! to the general play at man's feet, and send [hem as messengers obedient' to 'his Monticello before on any sloJlar occasion. The presence of ths', .. $I

assembled for the purpose of commemorating a period: which gave good ; here; !freedom conscience is secured to all ; here every man I \\1; and soaring upward to the boundless! re lons that lie in the firmament ladies the: with countenances radiant with beauty: and! ] bfaDlh:

biuh to the liberiies of our beloved" country. 0True it i is that here has a voice in the government he )lives under ; here are 111I 'prh'i.l di"cl'r the! majesty of Iitin a myria of worlds, systems light intelligence and spirit ofpatriotism.infiised an. additional'

we have no local associations to bind us to the scenes of our revolution. l leged: classes; ; here poverty, or occupation, offer: no impediments to and( suns, all moving in one order of beauty, regularity amount cfenthusiasm into the he.t of the g ml. J here were

True, we can point to; no Concord. nor Lexington, nor distinction( ; here: :genius begs no alms; and! science pines not in the and grandeur. Thus, gifted. when we see him defiling that !Jdy.ly several and Wakulla.ladies and gentlemen! present, from Leon, GadsdenMadison j

Hunker" Hill, nor Trenton nor Camden, nor Guilford/ Court! House. gloom of the dungeon. The temple of f.tmo; ( stands upon its lofty eminence Inteniierance| marring the beauty of the only structure '
We da( not stand the of fathl'rtredo : clf'ar-its has fashioned in his At an eariy hour, thc JefFerson Hns ars," commanJed 'by Capt. !
among sepulchres our not conspicuotiily; :glittering portals arc open to all- own fringe, blunting all his faculties of
recount their deeds on ground distinguished for their constancy, their tl ascent is steep, but the way i is fn'e-iudi.idll\1: exertion and individual dethroning' reason, and besotting,,!hi" highhor intellect [his spn"l mind. Thos.' M. Palmer I turned out in their brilliant and heauttulllform t,

valur. or the shedding of their blood. Florida drank: never one drop merit will enable the humblest! citizen to reach the goal of that must be linked to immortality when the body shall have shuf. mounted on their tine, spirited chargers, and went through rnanyiin-
ot that blood defender of his ambition. fled off" its h mortal teresting manceuvers and eolltiofsI.th a and ease that reflected t
revolutionary -no single our COUnt rv's liber I coil, what friend of his species will not bewail sk,1 <.

ties has ever fallen on her virgin soil-no monument has ever been These! national blessings! my fellow-citiz, are all to l be, tracedto his misfortuneVhit; philanthropist will not lend his aid to eradicate great credit on themselves and their ;gallant commander. I

raised: from any of her batik} Svlds to attest the fact that liberty: was the declaration of Independence. That instrument: gave us an the vice which depraves< him '.' About 12cnck a procession was at the Court House by

once entrenched on this or that fjint, aH, that lure a patriot con. erect posture. True J it became necessary to sustain it by a Thecxcessivo, ue of alcohol not only injures man imliriduaUylMl Col lvoleo ."Jilwnrlh, )Marshal the Day' assisted by Messrs. 'I.p.
quered, l hero fell. Hut still j jitn ttd but :itwiiK, Bnefiu i ..1 :, ... -,_ t-.'- *prntrac-. o. 'I_fc- .a Josiah. ( Cooper Clarke, which nJrc.ed, t the misu- I L
; or .gS a...!I .. J : _as FJuridian.*- wo-- "hail 4 the rc, \ t< war. .. ---- j I ccs rill! 'i'i' ,"" a W.! I '1
wi u and f -celebrate. it jii1 with a ze.al quite -equal} to the rest: of our Forge, and .the blu ,dVtined!: tracks of a "; rt'lilt..c oJ"rJ'! ;: pro. oCL"ralirJ a .0'society r'fl'lir' the aid rf all it' rerlwrs t', .\he rrJ t r j Itr 1,rancls.t.., &oJPfA1Jm4.J1.d;, 'Cl. {f
nature, to \\hirh the heaving sods of Hunker and: til ha.; produce cerlral gt"-i1. Thf If"akil of a wheel the It of the day, ; \u5ic,
the arcr 31aj. Ihn'l.
withfte1iigs Bird
We rem"mber our revolutionary struggle caimed-\'alnr. loss stops ma. arose, and .
common country. chi/I; tll- ofa h.vin: mado
Princeton and Cowpens, bore witness m rhr. tborigi' } little ;
Yurktoivn felt
at tit! 80Uf amid
zing arto a. mr ubi. ; highly I
and ,
J localities inspire, we re. appropriate
far deeper than pimple mately affects ,he preliminary
tlH ) remarks read
; of and crim.somied
!, and blood, which dyed the waters the Hraudywine corporate 1lly. A mUlual Decaratiun of IndepenJence io
a ia its happy r l'lJltlJ"callse! \\c are th" childien of tin; fathers our social tfc"llenc. a very iuumpres4ive amid Pi.
rations the > ,
the battle field ofthe. war. It was inaction caused drink imnner. The Orator i ;iicllfJU9
I ofthe i
iLwn because the memufof their noble deedsis green grass upon every or day, Lieut. G.
\ ofomi'
who'rou'ht' ( ut- ( livered \ Moseley, then de.
that Providence who raised a mighty Washingionto -nners becomes s a serious detriment in a dignified '
for sustained-: : jut up to the whole. An and animated i
freedom fought
the they style, Oration
enshrine! in our hearts-ind because i w.ll. an
dustnouspeyle in rarely
fight our battles for us, carried our fathers! through the arduousstrugk mike rapid progress in national classical taste, eloquence and equaled
Imbued "
and won isthe. common) heritage of every true American. sustained, f"m, and its I idle one, wl repose poverty, and : .. wealfl ; an I he patriotic sentiments. During"
with S''CCCS' was I proportion delivery was ,
filow.cit as repeatedly
with this 1 folios\ and u.nim'.1tedith thi; pride we meet here to-day ; I I1 energetic ome'rhjr'-ej, in the I. parl.f arc I I interrupted with involuntary bursts of
before : \ just passed, performance of which
and'h.tev have been the latitude of our birth, or (the con. consequence are you. (,ntJ.thrce years in that their peculiar tijnct ions, I attested the talent and tkill of the Orator H.
r 'ihl and
may !, the of that time feebly prrpltion it advance in happy and
aside all sectional piejudi. and the colonies whom1' beheld at beginning: : I reputation, or dwindle into in. appropriate selection ofsubjects. The ;, i.
fiicl of our t; iuious-no matter : we Jay but gre"tion, are now in. signilic grown with i.
res" all ;poliical! : differences, we ofier uj h> the (prayer of thanksgiving to'a del"luinfdl. resting most !powerful Hriti,1 on the globe ; a period not equal I I mtpmperi.c. mntit t be apparent to all. : imposed on us hJ I After a short interval 'the Music' and the. AI".oli". ienedie.ion.. i ,
f.r madtold: ; national 'blessings:;;;, and we join together in onejartuimiouoncert But imijenrlentlv of company table/ j
our this and
view ,
to the limits of human longevity hascarl elapsed, and the childrenfthOe I of the subject' we the I partook of an excellent and
| to swell* the loud shouts joy which come !sweeping relation t atch other' of kindred al occupy el sumptuous Burbacue with the t !
who risked their all that Magna Charter of Iree. or friend. We the (
land. ( men : upon i in lime celcrs.fier removal oftbe cloth ua
in tunrltuous! assemblage' from: every quarter}' of our happy' I nexion oinrent con. the Regular
has the( world wit. dom, are reaping an abundant harvest: from free institutions and salutary anj child, husband ahd wife, 'brother ani 1 sister, I ounleer! Tfa h were drek with suitable fowing \, I
land! Never ue'ermcncans master ad! Capt.James Scot
hafliy servant, and ; :
Happy laws. During this, short space we have grown into a manhood I neighbor and friend. It is here in this acting a. President, and JJr. Thos. M. :
nessed a fcjjctacle t'fpallo that: which your country ;presents light, that Palmer and Maj. Jno. L. \
the Taylor Vice
the Atlantic
colossal strength. From a few settlements on living I nn'IoctizCls vice of intemperance aslumes Presidents. The ,
of Ninevah and off
ancient a passed
and pleasantly
wealth display day
Thecombined under private charters we are now a mighty representative republic, I ernrny. I t is )here that the Apathies of even the factorily( and the retired -and satis. 1 4 f
and company at
embattled hosts of Greeks Trojans: It roost a seasonable
of the world hour
meeting : '
tip ydoree to to their
'I Babylon: bounded only by nature's barrier.--the wide waste of watlr!. A t peasure are day called forth to offer homes. At night a large
'before ttie rails! of'l'rny, drawn by the graphic pen of Homer, the I I cnllsIaticto the wounded c\.er. their the put was given at the Court House, and j
shed besides i spirit
recent foreign war, besides( the glory on our arms, re. broken heart. Behold young people enjoyed themselves
; the in the
) her mil- ,
ith Xerxcs leading I
Persian : \\ "graceful dance"
of the
Empire of the "I.
tnagnificente: of Scott Taylor. of departed I magc Cir affection lightful or de
cording on the wroll of fame the names I clustering around the domestic heath promenade, and the older
when he the i ones in
lieu on to siughter, the elegance of Athens, sat: upon of ( uitrnan Shields; of Morris : and cemerd by the links of paternal 1 or in looking agreeable eOleation.
,Twigirs, of Smith, care, of filial on and U
throne ot& it; Arts the triumphal marches which graced the city of I \ortIJ. I conjugal I, ,its gratitude, and thinking perhaps ofuaiiJ, lang syne, when '
Lear and host of others ; ('xistencf earth the they fond
Harder, I Irwin, !'ly, a gives semblance, nfl I'aradise 10 tripping on the I
Caesar all all sink into insignificance before) the daz. Ilgolt. Id light fantastic "
its If
lue'lmperil *- ; and t and iuee is radiant with the were there toe. Nor ;
has added New :\ to our vast possessions, light of Hea\.tn. But let the wanting the aif
of her hy. of
this !
zliag; tuleqor: which liberty presents on anniversary richness the of Heruando I dra.headeuonster enter, and its of cake, iced lemonade. paraphernalia a party, in (the form )
of ihe latter in days beauty ,
the mines tempting changed( to &c.. to
birth clad> her robe American republicanism. Stand in im- f'cal and itsbrtness deformity, contribute to their the j .
is claims cnjuUcnt-to
Cortex, and rekindle his spirit of rommt: c actcnltirr. The I I shrouded !in a night gloom. The of which both old and
(.UO\ citizens, upon some; lofty mountain 'top, and let __ 10.1 of one young did ample justice. i. ,
agiuition.: iv with the Fathers and Brothers 1IWSliU ill; me As a _
limits of dominion. Behold theprospect shores of the Pacific already swarm \tlle. [pebble cast upon the smooth bo. 4
'! our :
each the utmost
your vision beneath From the St. Lawrence: to the Gulf and Sons of Atlantic inhabitants, and enjoy the protection of the son of. thjce,!creates at first but a small circle, yet gradually. extends REGIJLtR.TOtSL'S. t :
jiad; you I
; laws. Remote brought! in juxta-position' by iroderninvention. a vast surface is embraced, the 1. The V :
points are *o
same grief occasioned
thft Far West, city every village, everyhanilet ve celebrate : Ths
tuela.ntic to every
bythefaUme Morning Star
from almost The of the man, now only in .the ". of Freedom !
is perhaps The j
Space Patriots
proceedings 1i,1 of
nation's anlihiatcd. and Heroes
jubilee reproval
is ending forth its people to join a ; every of own soon of ths Resolution.
with chain comprises
convention will soon ocean to ocean a constc within its 3. The
fl' l".IJI1rn Memphis range every inmate of of
the banks of stream, some Memory Washington ;
vielf its every home* hen
valley cottager; with New York telegraphic the father. becomes ,. I
will communicate on drunkard
railwa and Francisco a 4.
tiller oYif! :oil t($ mingle: in the gay festivity. This morning's sun )- alas muboii fa bread. children, Tlll. Jefferson : The Author, of,ihe Declaration' ,I
The wealth ftlw East cry A husband .
of countless multitude : wires with the rapidity ot thought. : is tempted to the in. dence. Indepen
the tilliancy of its to (the armor a ,
lends rays then be borne the bosom of our and the returns diligence ie bar-rooin-the wife of his bosom 5.
across country ) mourn his loss President
in the lisht of Heaven prancing' bleeds, bearing wi of the United States ii
and I
bayonets: :atn h.si.ry, endure his ,
will scatter their in our midst. But disgrace. A Iead Detriments
Europe rule :
o son, they .
the captivated with
gallant ridrs with their waving plumes!, tramp with lighter step auUllcP themnoc t njoyments of "J May wisdom, and execute' wi.bjus.ice.. :
,' fellow-citizens the of freedom is becoming hospitality, fall 6. The .
i is freedom's soil banners, emblazoned my area grdllJj victim to ex. Nary the .
earth whih instinct tells them ; cess, and bright visions which .rmand of United It
has watched and would fain follow our 7. .Ial. ,
Europe our of 'his future
with his progress fathtr'ca"te TIt UliVI and the
and thj hovering Eagle, Constitution
\\itlthc Stars and Stripes her greatnes al once dispelled and : Let us cling 16 the ;
is to his
The capacity of man for self-government now a hastens bro- and principles 0'
branch float the bosom of every breeze ; and steps. egrat\tion a compromises of the latter,and the former 1
olive on ken.hearhother
arrows un that ideal in sorrow to the be-
of solved problem. She witnesses! a representative republic( grave. education becomes 8. The Citizen Soldiers wil perpetuated.
the smile f innocence, !beaming Irom the countenance lovely creation ofthe philosopher! and philanthropist, in practice among us. .nought, hams clouded, hw pride of character gone, and his otism und invincible of the United : The ardent pat ri.
ails the charm of beauty to the glowing grandeur of the l blasted ufsease 'becons hury, courage they exhibited: the ;
woman, She sees that Utopian scheme, the jest and ridicule of monarchists, death to its relief; and as while I; War that Mexican .
Kcene. 5 silent picture It speaks! its joy in the martial note of descend from the airy regions of fancy and find here a local habitation ho forfeiia.r. renown," E" doubly dvin" lie must living rights,prove or to defend we need no large standing Army, to secure our .
the bugle's blast, the discharge of a million musketry I our soil. SN
the drum lid fife ,
maddened the II
She} is at sight.
and a name. I 9. Ex-PresidcnlJamcs /
shout of Go down :
the. )
thousand and in deafening His
often cannon : is
the'oar: of freemen, whose liberty-cry, beginning upon t the Thrice already within the last century has France expelled her To (the vile, dust from whnct lie sprung tional calamit; X.PuI deplored as a na. "
thirty mibns Unwept unhonortd, and ."
Northern Lakes, rushes like the furious /storm along the Atlantic monarchs from the throne. Italy had almost become free under Pius t breathe not his unsung. I 0 The Memory of Generals Gaines, llor/7i, and m

shores, uf re, echoed back it sweeps above the summit of the cloudwreathcdAllegbduies IX, and the universal war between the crowned heads and people, I ire cold and iinhonr name>reil,,let hit it relics sleep(are in laid the shade; : of I 1. Agriculture, Commerce and Manufactures : The Kearney.f foundation ,_ f elit _

and like the gathering: ; of a host of thunders, which at this moment convulsively throes that: mighty continent, silent ali dark be the tears that we shed), our national prosperity. ,
and shows that the notion of popular rights is gaining ground, and that ie dew Hut tails on 12. Florida : Though' '
roars acr(3( the banks of the s'ulJt'nJiEsis.il'l'i: wandering nigh thE grasj o'er his head.' an infant sister in our Republic, she
through t desert of New Mexico) greets our dear fiiends in the, distant their eyes are turned to the example America.. They may yet be I Hut any i fellow citizens, I have alluded to Intemperance sesses internal 1 resources sufficient to place her in the first rank pos" > I

Califfuia! and raiding. there a last, long, piercing shout, falls! exhaustt'd free. God grant it. Even China, brought! into close connexion with Nations It is so, for that which pertains individuals as a among the States. ,

i itO the wa\c of I he, peaceful Pacific. How grand, how us in the course of trade, m3'Ilar the' &ame of popular freedom and becomej nilar characteristic. And as geueral.to. what' true patriot, I:3. The Florida Ladies : I

tempt at ncriptioti, and fancy folds her wings in mu'.e despair.: from her throne in America, pan these western heavens with her deep. intj What reflecting. mind,does not readily perceive the Soft a* their clime and sunny a their skies.> '_- t
of their )lib.i) bow of promise", and allure every nation.of earth to an our has J'
Thirty mliou of freemen celebrating: the anniversary: glittering imtnensjy country already sustained, and ;how much it VOLUNTEER
in confusion of her blessings-and next to the praise due to divine coo suffer, by TOASTS. ;
day and in the sums land I turn !: enjoyment may means this noxious depravity ? *
game How
city from on the i sntemplation of the theme. Providence, the glory shall lie thine, Oh thou immortal' Washington, many nlo might have done their nation honor in its public Sent by Gf'nl William Bailey. James K. Polk, Ex-President of .
National enthusiasm 1 and thine, thou heroes and sages of 70. counschmany whQ the United : His :
But shJ is the occasion of this great X departed might have added invaluable: treasures to memory "j ever be cherished, and his':
of Hut whilst fellow citizens!, our bosoms viIi: pride.at thisimperfect our lawiture, arts science name handed down to the latest _
hearts or
It is, m fellow citizens, the outpouring: from the a grate my swcl have been cut off in early life posterity. J&$' f _
will be
ful peoplavbo remember-that on this day. beventy.three years ago, picture of our political example, a of regret in the pfthe tempting pleasures of the bowl I Above, By Capt. Dan'l. Bird, Sr. !. Pierce M. Butler : .

t i the found on of their nationality was laid by a Declaration of Inde.tcndcncd wrung from the patriotic heart by an allusion to oni of our social people {lobe, Americans should despise excess. When thy any councl, fearless in danger, he lived a sage, and died a hero Wise:His in ,

It is an humble tribute to the memory of our departed fa. evils. I present to your serious consideration the vice of Intemper. rememVtern abstinence which. marked the character of their (valor while commanding the Palmetto ( in Mexico: 0 "
{ honors For the honor of I thank Heaven it cannot he early fnd the strict will ever be the watchword for Regiment .x -
sacred the
then whMaked their lives, their fortunes, and their ance. my country temperance of.their revolutionary heroes patriots of South should ?
thefcue of a combat which involved the freedom of their off. said to belong exclusively to America. For the honor ofthe age in. they ndufo much of their present glory to that cause. The Xorth persist in their unrighteous crusade against Southern institutions. :the.*, c : _
upon that it is the offspring of the 19th centurv. ehal _-
intolerance drove them from her shores. To woretobil' which we live, I rejoice not army was vanquished more by the wines of Capua than
fcpring.God: \Iritish corJing to the dictates ()their conscience, they Bought a Its use is universal-its origin beyond the memory of man. the terrio Roman arms ; and had the faculties of George Br William II. Andrews. U. S. America and its _
followed the dim twilight of antiquity, we catch a glimpse of its Wash impaired ence : Independ
home in wild of America. Here British aggression Through fn indulgence, we mY easily conceive .
hem tp Kritiih strove to impose upon them the Joke existence. We liehold it in the shameful exposures of Lot and Noahwe that hid military combination which resulted in the surren Any nation who know U S, ;
aiKiere tyranny
in the murderous debauch of the Macedonian princewe der of's( at Yorktown and StandindreadofTS ,
oftinlawi(\ taxation. Patience ceased in )be a virtue, and resistance sec achieved the acknowledged inde. ;
of The tea-chests were overturned witness it in the public depravity of (the Spartan Helots-we penden country, would never have been devised. And And our forefathers (taking care of U S ,
was citg4lcrcd by a sense wrong. uhy ,
1 in:; ie harbor: of Boston, a blow was struck at Concord, and pursue it to tho splendid( banquets} of voluptuous Nero. 'e trace it was \\jmi greater than all other men, beyond comparison ? For there is a pure nation of U S.By ,
to resist this right of(taxatioa. in the early history of our Saxon ancestors-in the worship of Odin It was bo alone of mankind has exhibited Lienl.
but character William
war a
the revolution, a in G.
war hcg4-net Moseley.
;: and fancied of Valhalla ; and we follow it down, down which was with Gen'!. \VJnfieId Scott* _the hero
and the tempered
fought glories
patriotism of
'$10 battles of Lexington and Hunker Hill were power with justice, 1812, and thp second '
the royaljovcrnorn expelled from Virginia and the Carolinas, before even to the present hour, and find the drtestab1 exotic growing with valor vft and abundance with temperance. By Mr. W. II. Ware.conqueror Abolitionism) Mexico : GodTbfess him _
IJra'cpa.trioli the luxuriance of native plant tljo bright skies of our honored then da us, humanity: to Selfrespec a fire-brand ;thrown out
thequektu of secession was mooted.) Then it was that some a appeals ( us, patriotism crils aloud the North (to sever this Union Should by
Wherever the has flourished, drunkennesshas to us, aides of fathers : the crisis come, the
in Phila. Columbia. grape our
that time sitting us, to exterminate this whole South be found may
the Continental at united ,
\ Congres: on the old Palmetto _
The ancients assigned to wine a tutelary evil.i I platform.
Colonies free and indepen. been its atcmlnt.( By Gen. tfno. S.
declare the United a Divine.
delphia, h iposed to
dent jwue. Our declaration or i Independence,.drafted: by J efrerson1Adam God; and the delightful numbers Anacreon flowed in honor of the But !nding the world has been thus cursed for so long a pure patriot, a faithful public servant Ex-President James K. Polk : A _
it Even then the evil was known. The Spartans time, n the possessed of'great
a republican
ranklin Sherman and 'was accordingly sub. revels of Hacchus. ear to sufferings of his fellow, and he presided ."
Livingston, simplicity over this
its disgusted their youth by exposing to their view intoxicatlr slaves, little hi lie to alleviate them. In a few instances .;/ mighty Republic for the space of
muted, t had opponents, it had advocates, but aU regarded; we find /bufjyears with eminent and his
*Adoption(it a step" of momentous hazard. It was engaging a few and the warlike Nrri forbad l its use to prevent enfeebling influ- the un uraged (he use of wine, and in Jater times we lear n;ts' deplored by the ;whole ability ntion. recent. and unexpected! death _

t%I feeble cynics in a protracted war with the most powerful nation on cncc. Oid as is custom, it has not become decrepid by agc.- that 1 trceiviug its disastrous effects,. denied it to his fol- 't ',By_.>; Col.! T. J. Heir. -The Ladies of Jeteronw. : Only equalled '._ _

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brober and The Contest: in Missouri. their opposition to the meaaue free. or Whigs and Democrat ( Sam. S. Rice, Esq., of Alabamt
Ly the hospitality of their (fathers % TIlE FLORIDIAN) & JOURNAL. I r .
Mod ofthe of the State soil men and abolitionists, and nothing more. II I We the fblWing extract from the In. Taylor Democrat,
husbands, heir own attractions are evinced .,. ............. Democratic: papers unbroken fronltoall .their give following example! c.
by the number of admirer from abroad. have taken position,either decided hostility Let us present an i diana State Journal, a leading Whig paper of Mr. Belser, declines the honor cf bern
A. E. MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON, measures. Let them dstinctly! understand that ; !at.
By Dr. B. W. Taylor. The Union :- of !. the North West for what it is worth. in for the
or warm approval, towards Co Benton. dare their nefarious Whig en a canT! Executive Chair of
Cemented the blood and perfected: by the LDtTOB AD paOPJUETOltl" they cannot, not, press
wisdom of by our (forefathers may the hand of _-_--u_ __ --_------ -- -- Six of them, according to the N. Y. Tribune, measures to consummation ; that we have papers, we confess, are not always conclusive that State. Rice, however, backs out with a

the abolition and fanatic be staged in theirefihils Saturday, July 21, 1849. sustain him ; ten stand opposed to him. The j' borne much that we are willing to sufler much, : authority with us. What is here stated a to very bad grace. He grumbles a good deal

to disturb itt peace and perpetuity. ----------- ------------- --- --- -- -- -- -- Union, Benton's organ in St. Louis. is to be for the sake of peace and harmony ; but thereis the position of that party during the Presidential about the silence of Judge Collier on the sub.

B,. Co}. James It. Tucker. Major Jol. The Weather and Crops. opposed by a new paper soon to be established i a point beyond which this cannot pass- canvass i is doubtless correct. The editor ject of Slate Banks, and thinks it a
returned fellow.citiien Although the compromises of the constitution must be great
L. Ta !Ior
.>removed, our from office, his time not: hav.ing I, Much rain has fallen in this vicinity mib. in that city, edited by S. Treat Esq. The adhered to ; if we lamely submit if we but argues that there is now the same difference shame that the people should! be left in i ign. .

expired his return it as ;grateful as hit in the lad few days, and appearances fore. influence: ofthe new press seems to bc 'much irarer in Vindicating our rights all is lost. between the Whig and Democratic sentimenton rance as to his views up?n (bat va,tfy important

appointment was agreeable;; to his fclknv.citi. I Izenl. bode a continuation of wet weather. Serious dreaded by Benton's friends. _, The same power that excludes you from the subject slavery that existed last fall.We matter.

apprebenMons are entertained of its bad effecton The Whig journals of the State are repor. participation in the gold mines California! have our lear: When it is recollected that Rice was

To which the Major made an appropriateresponse the crop of cotton as many forms are ledlo be, all in favor of Benton. We shall will ultimately force the abolition of slaveryin The position occupied by the democratic of the most zealous supporters of General nee
the fol. the States. The same power will reduce
and concluded by offering
lowing sentiment, : The Constitution of the i dropping. A fair corn crop }has already been j ;gladly; learn that this statement is erroneous. you to the social and political level of your party during that election avowed, cannot be forgot. Taylor last t fall and continues to be up to this
United States-that sacred instrument that' made. I Indeed, a failure ofthe corn crop in For, Benton, commanding as he does a for. emancipated slaves. The game argument ten. General Cass opposed. time, on the special ground of the danger
law in relation
to the of to slavery
binds this glorious republic : May its en*.1 Middle Florida is scarcely' within the recollection 1 miduble: minority. Democrats in Ii souri.. if that excludes slavery from the territories! a. in those passage: territories.any * which threatens the South: ; and that Taylor

# mirs be imbued with wisdom from on high of the oldest inhabitant. Before the sustained by the entire Whig strength, will bolisb slavery! in the Stites. Ifslavery" be a sin Wright, the present (Democratic) JosephA. candi. has stood all tbe while obstinately mute 0
the of God and Nature
out. :
in against an
interpretthal 'trumt"lt.The
t that they South may knows rightly her rights and will support commencement of the rainy reason the prospects probably triumph orer all oppu! itioc. rage against humanity, a curse to the country date for Governor, rendered himself conspicuous the lutjec oftbe Wilmot Pw\ir no one being .

them. i of cutlnn'Nfl very promising. Nor are prominent politicians silent. Each where it exists, it is as much ?o in South in his advocacy of this ground. Every able to say what. his action would! be i incase ,

By Samuel PuleMon Eq. J. Carraway: ---- -- -- ------ I seems to feel that his own popularity is invol- Carolina and Louisiana as it will be in California singLe democratic elector in this State took of its passage by Congress it b"
Price of Plank Roads.fl'e ground against legislative! interference \i
We welcome him red in the result of the and New Mexico. It is as detrimen. strong
Smith Efcq : among us | struggle.] The Gov. seen how beautifully consistent is this .
find the in with the Many < them ?
following a pronounced rln
fellow.citiren. tal to free labor in the one place it is in tbe
as a ernor of the State and his Cabinet t stand democrat in
by : the 'extension of the ordinanc- of 17S7 gade complaining! ff the silence
,fr. Smith, in reply' to this complimentary in Michigan : other. The constitution will not be much in
Benton. Two of the Congressional delegation these territories as a } .' Dr. of Collier !
fentiment, made a few remarks in an eloquent *. Ml. Clemens and Romeo Plank Road.- .1 I the way. 1 If it cannot be construed into the f'er humbug. i Judge \

.nd impressive stvle and in conclusion gave We learn that the Directors of this Company Bowlin and Phelps.} do the same. On grant of power la effecl this object it can I Fitch, the elector in the ninth district, went Whiggery seems to be in a bad way i '
little farther and! !in that chaste
a sentiment which, at it was not written out, i on Tuesday last let the contract for building! j I the other side Judge Atchison and three of i and will be amended for the\ free States soon j I I a for the use of which, he was celebrated language,, | Alabama. Read what follows from the Journal :.

\ve regret we can not furnish forputlication.By 1', the entire road to one firm. at a little over''I'I the representatives! in Congress, Messrs. Bay !. to be made! out of free territory will enable: pro. the
nounced it humbug at the !
Smith Simkins ES1. John C. Calhojn; thirteen hundred dollars mile. The work them to do it ; and all who are bold enough a woolly-headed Whig organ capital :
(Hall! and Green .
'I are manfully contending. editor andbi elector !
,f the South ., to resist this will be denounced Every single whig Ms. RICE'S LETTER. In
a true and worthy son -too can. will be immedi tely commenced and pushed process as another column!
did ever to have been Prtident (if the United I t forward as fast; as rlO! ihll"." II III I The last number of she Washington Union traitors and disunionixls. in this Slate occupied the ground afwajsmaintained will be found Mr. Rice's letter declining the

i Ute : Though not a warrior, jet as & i ---- -- --- (jI j I contains an address! from Senator Atchison. It is a'vain hope that (this question}! can bp by the whis of the North-an. canvass. We regret this but have expected

statesman unequalled. May those who re. "The Model Coquette" !{I Save in point ability, (and in that respect it compromised; or in any way teitled: without I. uncompromising opposition in slarery eitensiori. it. We have previously commented on the
I and
maintain thit
fused to sign his addrei* to ihe people of the I At the earnest: solicitation several young: favorably,) this document contrasts united and determined resistance.i How oft \ They yet ground ; state of things which bis forced him to coma
have the in
should! the
South the of the Southern members en has tbe :Missouri compromise been tenderedby norther whigs power to this decision. The
at meeting t make room for the MODELCoQt'ErrE" Taylor party is not
{ gentpmelJ."t" : most admirably with Denton'"ouminous! the will that doc. I
of Con rru, be they \\ big or Democrat, remain I the South and rejected by the North. next Congress, they engraft united and while there are many Taylor
at their respective i homes for the future. j I in this week's paper. Postponement ; Jefferson: City Speech.: IJ: is modest, dispas. They are unwilling to let the people of Calitbrnid trine UPJ thC organizing the new territories whigs in the State: : who prefer a Cass anti.' ;

By Dr. C. F. Darbv.) The Ladies of was urged. for the sake of inserting a I I! sionate. calm and dignified ; entirely exempt l and New Mexico settle! this question! or els! ? they will remain unorganized. bank democrat to a Taylor bank demorr,, a

Florida : Models! of: perfection, and salvation 'communication ofthe distinguished Dr. Cart. from personalities or vituperation ; but thoroughly for them'elves, when they ak! for admissioninto There can be nothing more" certain tau the contest! is hopeless. Our party i is falling Lack

to man. I 1 wright on the subject of Cholera. The re.I'' ; earnest and overwhelmingly truthful. the Union as States: -then, by their fundamental happening of (bit event. into its old habits inactivity ; the democrat.

Dr. John H. Verdier, having been loudly i i I, ply was, "Cholera! is not prevailing in )Atchi-on has been several law, to admit or exclude! it. They Alabama has ic nominee wi walk the track-and the Le".
in the ap.
and pressingly caled: upon to return the thanks I II years are resolved! : to admit no more slaves: States CGrv. islature! be carried th.j
appearances by
of the ladies ;in reply In this compliment. :I da, but coquettes are, and their ravages are :I Senate; and has been more than once chosen into this Union. The free States have been pointed ,Silaa Parsons, Eq., of Huntsville, same. Our party does not deserve

21('"..., and with his accustomed :gallantry\ and :.1: hfarl rending.!" In the matter ofthe heroine's j I I President of(hat body. So bih an honor, encioaching upon the slave Sates: ever since Judge! (,f the Supreme Court rfthat State, to success.

eloquence, made a very appropriate and bap. I i name, we have been requested agail1' and again !! conferred on one who had made so littie the ordinance cf 1;:,;. Frorn that time until supply the vacancy occasioned by the resignation r We would: not do even tha ( injus

py response in their behalf.: Before: taking to substitute another in its .Miss the present the South has been conceding.WP .. leri
place nominated
I : I i noise, has surprised us. The perusal of thin of Judge Collier, who has been tice. Wo are not aware of having misrepre.
bis eat. he gave the following; toast : The I have retreated until we can retreat no
Constitution-a stupendou wonder."orkin J. having been suggested! by one, Miss I by j: address! leaves no doubt that the distinction further ; we rnus? here make our last stand, : by the Democrats as their gubernatorialcandidate. I sented Col. Benton, taUt to be certain cit dealing

-difice, the handiwork of dIP most skillful i) another :Miss L. I bv a third Miss S. )by* a was well merited. lie i h an honor to the or we rnu>t abandon our institutions and our I The1 appointment of 3 Whig in fairly by him, we publish! the following! paragraph .

craftsmen under the njperinler.dence of the I fourth. and :Miss by a fifth. Our reply is, State which ha Sf) faithfully represents. For equality States of this Union. Every concession th'j person of Parsons to this; distinguished; i taken from his organ, showing the difference .

Divine Architect himself! -.-it is destined to what is writ is writ." I Ii her own sake, and for the cause ofthe Sou'h, has been orawn mto.a precedent, andis office, at the time when the national arninis.j j : between Benton arid Van Buren's
ecdare: to the end ..f time, and ever confer now used against us. lithe free-soil party po
APPOINTMENTS: BV THE PKESIUEVT. On we hipe she will triumphantly sustain this vig. tration is waging its most \'aIoroll crusade sition.
imperishable: glory: on its trainer*. i I triumphs, :Missouri will fall the first victim to
By Dr. Fhvius Byrd. Col. William! Lo. the 12th imr.! the President made the follow. ( iiant guardian ofthe interests! of both. the spirit| of about ionin. against whomever in public station happens From the SI. Luuu L'nion.

ring; : A gallant! and accomplished! officer !m:,' pointm1)1S)1.; Brown Marshal. )I! We give below the concluding portion of In conclusion, fellow-citizens I will say, to be a Democrat, contrasts most palpably the The Louisiana Banner calls! the Tnion .

and a son of whom Florida! may justly feel Georgia ; II. W. (lusted, Diktiict Attorney, i| Mr. Atchison's Appeal. There is a directness that, as a senator: I will oppose all legislationby I Democracy of Alabama with the Whigeryof lr> e jhou us tbe difference upon between the

proud. I' North Public Carolina! ; John 1Jef kraH"ce: \" r I'I ][ and tersenes*, a condensed lorce and energetic 1 Congress which has for its object an interference Washington: in point of liberality. The Supreme positions of these men,"Mr. Bectcn and Martin
Moneys. Louisiana Walter: C. ;Ma-
Bv :Matter P'ckens: B. Bird. The memo. ; f with thdomestic institution of the Van B-jren.
'I ilnt'.r.larsb.al. : Southern: District) : of Florida honesty and simplicity about the style Court \bbar' is now rnvip up of
ry ofWhitf-eld B. Br<-oks and William! B.Jncker. ; I several States. Territories, c District:: of Co- I In answer briefly the Dinner i it informed
Jateof: the Palmetto! H j/JJent-tbeir Daniel Clapp ReigMor, Danville, Illinois: ; !1j I which please us much. The portion which lumli, f which. wi prohibit our southern two Whigs} Chilton and Parsons. and: one that :Mr. Uen'on cirisiders i the Promo an aT.,.

dee *"of vaW before( the ci'\ ol" Mexico ren. j'Gut. W. Call: Jr. Dittiict Attorney :\"orth.1 I i we insert is not less suited to the meridian of I citizens from emigrating to the Territories, or I Democrat, Jhr an. The Democrats!. at the Srctio.i,f no po ib-!? practical use cradvan-

der their m-mory dear to -v'!iy patriot, andU" jera District of Forida: ; Lewis S. !..Qrl'j! j i Florida than: that cf Missouri.TIJK I from one State: to another, vvith all the rights last session ofthe Legislature! magnan'ir.ourly! j i tage in legislating for th h:1 Mexican terri-
\ the ri ing generation. 'vill emulate their ] Register, Ionia, Michigan: ; I II I and immunities! guarantied to them the .
; by l hw has
: united with the in the election of Judge trd'c, tilling already done
Wnigs ecf'l
Thorp, Register, New Orleans John -OUTJinUN-: \DDRECoi.: I i
bright example (/:1 the field. or find a soldier'sgrase. ; \.1 I constitution. there aU!! that th" PrjThd arid If is sim1 .
I Chew Surveyor, Havre de Grace. Md ; Jno., Fellow-citizen! : I deem this a proper this j I witl obey the resolutions of the legislature ,. Chiron, though tbemselve holding! ; a majority i 1 ply! nnnre.ssarv; and therefore roalisb: -, and

i'y Cap James Scott. Th Orator and L. Roger, Collector, Gloucester!!! Mass! ; Lan- ;I j and occasion to *ay a few words in relation ( of this State upon rhp subject of slavery. I II I which would have enabled them without oirf.culty ':I he is Egaicst it. Mr. Van 1lret and the

Reader ol the day : They have done great i sum Nah, SJrreJor: ,Gloucetter, Ial"! ; Gide.j Ito the address ofthe oth'rn delfgition" in I acknowledge! the right of f the legislature : to choose a member of their own party.Embittered : |I[ fr"e soil rrnde it
party paramount zerery
jon S. Sacket: Collector; Cape Vincent's, i (Ingress to their constituent It is wellknt.vn I I
credit to tbcrnscive and! honor to their ap 1 j to instruct me on ail Mibjecis I touching ," the democratic
rny however as they doubtless thins ertn to caxte, lo
New York. i, to'IU. that I paitiripiled\ in the deliberation j, action wiie an
pointment.By t as a senator, and duty to orresign. f the
of the 'hern my obey} the ruthless practiced: in Washington I \\"tolt national po.icJ. He pit all
Major D. B. Bird. Where is Worth ? The above appointments! learn from the );a members, pecedin j J by proscription I at hazard and finally!! them, and

Gone as a sunbeam to re-vi.it bit native skies I j Georgian were made on the 1'Jih. A tolerably the adoption of that addiess ; and that my |' I am a citizen of a slaveboMing State, and it is hardly! to be supposed that the I placed: the government wheft!3crifcf nov I is. mly '-

-pone! as a mortal to put ti; immortality! | nam*, with many others, is appended to it ; to is? institutions owe allegiance. I am un. I next Legislature will emulate the Governor'sgenerosity. that it
to .
fair day's work tor old Zack, p among them will! also recognise
tuch exclaim ; joy : der obligations the
we : to State of for
may I
I leasto ,
the .
Jli5olr out by test the elecuo: '
oldest carry :*
** Ne'er to the bowtr: cf the nighty n-ef. far below the performance of tIle Post! Master ;.some! of the and most! ditinguihedstatesmen ; honors conferred far abo0) *.- and which Benton irUlroe a-iimt: when

Came a purer spirit,or ao&bler bitait.! .. Generaland! his Deputy (leadsman, Fitz Henfium ...i!. -: ....... and. 'true__ -patriots__which__-__-un _n_ our_--___country-- ___ <;' Her" rights., interests, arid invitation are f The Koonsof Alabama! and Mississippi, he is called oJ the Senate. Col.: D
Geo. \V. lienn. i uv !UUIri"the -j li 'e.vt 'V'Df. w. .. __ ."ntoni
lly American Capt Revolution : Patient in feuf. I' Wafbington to Boston that the latter dis- '!.' chamber. Nearly all the witherr member*, DAVID R. ATCHISON. Accessor, so iUf;mtel.'associated'vhh; ; i ; The! j' thing to- maintain' ? .it. This* rm i is the*diai-rfnce.

fering, firm in adversity calm! and collected posed-of 500 Post Masters in one week-a I' with.!-it disticJior. of party, were p-e-ent, ndpartiripated -------- name ofCapt. Scot, \ .come down !"_ I IT J SOJIE.WTbe
The venerable!
their. and
in Our
cool in council and brave in battle, | I Jug supplemental friend-( The bare mention ofthe .
in danger: fraction less than 51 per day. I from Kentucky (Gen. T. young names of Judge Collier
they were worthy of the cause, ar.d the cause succeeds lIon. C. patriotic" editorially, we mean,) is and Gen. Nez' O1ea.s.
George W. Call I Isti.: !! 'htcaHprt'sidt'd in tkorneetilzs (rom t the manifestly becoming Quitman the Democratic candidates .

was worthy It. II.of ihem.Shackelforl, E q. Southern C. Yonge, as District) Attorney for the northern first to the laht. It ih true that lie doors were If of large for; his pantaloon We slal be for Governor in the two States, has Delta says that at this tim, New Or.

By will be coequal with Southern District of Florida. \\'hl'thf'r'Ir.. \ closed an,1
prosperity manufactures.By Yonge; has been removed, has resigned, or (,f Congress from wull.ern Statn. But it i it r ." Clearly be should: be taken in band. But to come from figures to facts-it seems I number of deaths for the first week in July
that) prior not ire: of tich; niertingtwas I For
a Lady. Doctor.. John II. Verdier thecommander has filled up the term for which he was ap. equally given true in the public new. pap Florida Ca'alien"onelIf : | the child."
ofthe spoil
ornaments of the "citizen i pointed, we are not advised. :Mr. Call, we : of Washington, and that a journil'f proceeding Some youthful indiscretions, Democratic nominee hate opposiion.; Whenit I twenty-nine" were from Cholera. This showsa

w1dier the '.brightest" :: MT/ie Sentinel" will please copy. I believe did not ask the removal ofthe late in. ; was kept by a secretary appointed 1! (occasional instances. of juvenile i! waywardness is recollected that in both, our majority Iat I remarkable contract with: the mrfaliiy of

) [ I cumbent. lie only at-ked to become his suecec (for thatpurpose, and the *ubtane .f all that I and pertness, were to b.; expced: and; pa. fall was but a handful-it being supposed at I our I large cities, at the pre.en tin?. The

uMer Y'. i i was aid and done published' tl day after liently borne with, but such bad one time that I deaths from Cholera! alone!
Canada.- \ letter from Montreal or, on the expiration of Mr. term.- each meeting. There was no ot r robject ini shockingly: Taylor had triumphed in each in St Louis or

date of 4th instant, published in the N. Y. We do not know bow this appointment ,i!i closing the doors! than to fdciliatr icddiber- manners, not to say hopeless depravity as he I. -the fact that no Whig now can be inducedto Cincinnati!, each hin a popiiatioa I less

Journal of Commere, says : of the will! please' the ruling: or would be ruling; :i[ lions of the meetin There w; no desire last week exJiLited i is monstrous in one so take the field, speaks most significantly for than that of New Orleans a\"tra;. about a

All is gloom! here, in. consequence there be no whig clique about Tallahassee. (We say I evinced to keep anthing eecre fiat trans- !I yoiing For one thing he is becoming mighti.ly the increasing strength" of that party. ) bundre'd per day !
and can
1 news from that England the blow, has been finally givento would If ruling, for it suffered a most t mortifying \ pired. The avowed object, and understoodby ble pued up, which according to the wise man And the probability seems that the ""ylor.iles .
to s.uuth.I f
question all of such meetings was is The Richmond
the Saxon winter's Sen\toriallon. an exceedingly bad sign : "Seest thou fare better Whig, one of be favorite:.
British connexion as far as pop. ; defeat in last I I without distinction of pat to consult I Ii a i'i scarcely in the Congressional ,

ulktion' are concerned. They feel bitterlythe test.) For ourselves we may say that it I men together, upon qUt'btiondt'e'11e|l vital i/n- -5'PPlcinenmal-wise in bis own conceit 1_ election, than in that for Governor. organs"of the party claiming "..II! the decency .

insulting! reply to Sir Allan McNab! and meets our entire approval. Mr. Call is a i I portance; to the Southern Stat There is more hope for a fool than for him." The delegation from Mississippi is likely l to thus gloats over the fl! V the band

general tone ofthe English!!!from public.A Montreal! un. gentleman industry, energy and talent*, and I In the early part of the lallt ion of Conpresented. And we fear we are partly to blame for it- be unanimously! Democratic, while Alabama, of death, of four of tbe Nation best r loved
telegraphic despatch!; bad !. I and that and
various measuresand it is that truest
lii patriots
weighs in the :
greis on our conscience. of
is destined to take if he has not already ta. place two Whigs which *be sent to'
date of oh: instant: says : all the ill"
pr "trikint r.
In various parts of the city yesterday the ken a very high position! among the intellectual cst. were rights pending and institutions of[,South : theWifrnof Knowing the timidity of youth, on his coming the last Congress, is likely to send the Gen. Scott's enemies seem I be dying

- Stars! and Stripes were given to bieeze, and men of the State. Proviso propositions' iibolish the out into the world (editorial!}) we took of one-Mr. Pugh the antagonist of Mr. hal I I of Worth, Gaines, Duncan anf Polk, all
unmolested The Loyalists! are in. him the hand li.lard. pa. ed away in\ very short ticJ. Pillow
remained ------ ------ ----- slave trade in the DiMrict oqiurnhia| and I by) patted on the head, en.
(tlignint at the insult to which they have sub. The Southern Standard to abolish slavery in said Di tr'JlermiUingI ( couraged him with a prediction of his and Marcy alone remain."

jected, and home trouble may arise out of the F, Is the name rfa Democratic paper, the publication .. the slaves themselves to vote o-and other; and when he showed some cleverness success, Ex PL.tx.ToRy.-'fhe. Charleston Mercury With the exception of its autho we doubt
obnoxious measure. The party in favor ol which has lately been commencec(I all of whuue particularly thinks the I
( enurner- article
i ii \ kindred measure ; in the matter of Mrs. Prevvett following from the New there i is: a man in the ntion who
the connection with the America Republic in New Orleans. The is edited bjWVMIHAM ated in the southern address! if rich, fellow. we most Bedford read
i paper a leading and authoritative can this
I j sentence without
from Englanc cried veil done
and thn latent news Little did cndemntng
increasing refer jOJouslJ we
citizen l,1! respectfully you was thought see
ROBINSON, Jr., & Co.-Price, its
: press help to how malignity.
its number. WhiZ may explain South
Las materially augmented the of of
that consequence our
\ right and proper repntatives compliments, and .
Daily, 810 ; Weekly, S3. I the slaves! States. feLculd:. meet. Uier.: and. con-, those of others. But a few short weeks_ _.of/_ / and other Southern States, have:

The St. Louis Republican speaking The neutral presses of the great South. \ suit as to wbat was best to- lone, in de. passed, and Jo he sets himself n n lately been deluged with incendiary Dam.phiets ---. Sentine1L.Our i
above 4 t
tie mortality! among newly arrived emi Of\\ Western. emporium have secured for their fence of the rights ot their ciuents, and belters hints that up his : neighbors of the FloriJian t Journal,
ay Lai place says: : 'ehave been, assured! ; conductors a most enviable reputation for en. States. : W(, not positifcl. defi. "The good sense and liberal views of the growing weary of a bad cause, prorse lo conclude
respectable' physicians of this city, that out of tact and ability. Perhaps no papersin The object and determina f all, as fir dent in the upper story" (the young scamp !) President have never been more "the controversy touc.ing! tf Govern
hundred and fifty foreign:; immigrants terprise: soui and are at least wiser strikingly or's term of office"
no than
about four as avowed was preserve rights we should be, and displayed than in the appointment of Mr. by publishing ht week acommunication
landed at the wharf a few days ago%; the Union are more deservedly popular the institutions ofthe soutbgfalM aa ge. that correspondent (whose one shot utter ColUmer, of Vermont to ihe vastly importantoffice on the subject "fro one of

from the Sultana, not exceeding one hundredare than the Delta, Picayune, and Crescent City. cured to them by the constUi I. The re. ly and overwheltnnly demolished of Postmaster General. The Post Of. the most enlightened intellects oft is Slate."

now living,excepting a portion who immediately The New Orleans political journals have for bull of all their deliberatiorxithe address Brown's Governor flee Department, controls a NOW if we mistake not we are peraialfr ac.

proceeded up the river : and the diseases some reason not attained the came celebrity. mentioned. I signed i lhal (jW I still position,) though not quite such an.. patronage than an other in greater the gilt amount of the of quainted with the enlightened intlect" re.

which they carried ipto families here. endorse it. I would not ume act if J ignoramus as we are, is himself no greatthings. President anJ] ) fered to, and We are willing to Iaa
The Standard, the new candidate fur pub- ; person at the head of it wager
quite equalled the mortality among them. could. I expect always to found ac. (Does our young friend's maternal: is supposed l I" possess that that communication came fromlelle Air.

eelves." lie favor, has opened befoie it a large field for. ting with southern men, in tb ate cham. parent actually know that he is out !) But lie opinion, and great I facilities: great sway for dissetnina.igparlicvlar over pub.. I is not however exactly the son otWument
of the usefulness. Its geographical position, commercial and of it in defence, rights of ti\ we should have
BfBVixo: ALIVE.-On the morning ber out furthermore : He has blabbed \ \ doctrine Still Gen. expected from so eni! htMicd .
Tajlor "
2Blh ult. a Mr.! Schneider, of St. Louis, importance, and large and increasing! southern Statt'I! I w ill alwftjbereto'ore, news, what lie should a matter of was not moved by such considerations; and < a source, though vastly supeor to any

living near the corner of Carondelet u"rnueI I population, should give New Orleans great be found antagonUtical to iinisrn J1 and not have mentioned, elevated to the most responsible and powerful thing put forth by the Executive Onn when

and Lafayette street t, it was thought died of influence the popular sentiment of the free.soilism. Jg < and< has blundered in telling it. The idea of position Postmaster General; a man who had speaking for itself. It is at least spectful!

cholera. On the same evening he was taken That upon influence will exhibit itself There is nothing: in that atsthich, by our' leaving the most healthful Slate in the a few days before voted for the preamble and | to those who dare differ in opinion lith Governor -

to one of the cemeteries! for burial but just as South. torture itself can bo contrtfita' design; Union for fear of Cholera If ire felt at liber- resolutions oflered by Mr. Gott of New York. AJWIey. and in that respect Lperior

the coffin wa about to be lowered into: the most effectually through its newspaper! presses. to dissohe the/ Union. If a n ind teni.pcrtte ty to make public We think tha'.four of tho seven of Gen. Tay I to his Organ, but in point of argl'ml' it is

the friends beard a knocking againstthe So far as it may find in the Standard one of narrative of wrong-fict; the, private conversations, we lor's cabinet may be reckoned in nothing more than an elaborate Teial of al-!
wonder if favorof
'. grave lid of the coffin." The lid was immedi. its channels, we have every reason to believe one part and patiently endunn i Bother ; we could not tell something. But the Wilmot Proviso and Messrs.a Ewing and eged l facts so oft repeated without record
Schneider was found of good faith: violated and odeisaults we do intend to do it. Only this Collamer ro support I ihem-cxhibiting
and Mr. we would are rather
removed rot
find in care.
$ ately that it will be salutary. We rejoice to particularly wel known as opponents lessness ore
would it ofthe States&n frigLts like ,' in its
a1ilie was taken borne, and by one portion to answered catagorically ; is it not ofthe slavery. It is own statements thantve were
.. it an ally in the movement for Judicial reform and institutions of the other, Jn, vr'disro. that enough prepared to anticipate. 5r '
because is .
0 "'lLIlhougbt, recover. our neighbor has heard that the one an Ohio whig, and the other i/fw/f jty 7."the
which is generally attracting public gard of the compact which! bd tb'ttates; fool Vermont
now -_ .. killer is to visit Tallahassee in October. that a whig to settle the question of editors of tbe Floridian I Journal
Delger.THE EiIcuAT5M: j.I attention. It will advocate the principle ct together; be called conIlPir antwnion, f W --- their bias on the slavery question have the barefaced "
- Major has : more impudence" ad
then this address: is replete! th <@ determined him to bo absent! at that faithful Un.
J racy time and
arrived devoted
Belger Quartermaster U. S. Army ** vesting: in the people a power which is clear. advocates of free soil are blushing effrontery" to accuse whj)
't in this city last evening sass the St. Louis their and disunion. Then are alloses l arc on a ,'isito Memphis. We know his oatensiblu not to bo found." of t to South for presses
and justly theirs electing Judges. Di proclahinc the
ly it d !t*,
subscribed to .
Fort near reason for ;is j facts "
Revielle, 29th ult. from Kearney going to attend the RailRoad as they exist. -Idem.
I lie that The intimate connection between Florida and for they are all men who tw 'lllbey Thursday lath ir.st.
4 Island the Platte. states Convention. O ,
Grand on But is that the commence. We
the latter being a most fropor- and caunot? wbtyut :t Ibeir true reason understand that our
the whole line of travel over which tbe emigrants New Orleans, were doing, ? ment day at the Macon Female ofthe wortbyJotempo-
strewed with former makes New Or. trial ba acquitted upon ikpleifanorancc. College.- rary Floridian arid Journal, jafdiin
::1' Lave passed its litterally rant market of the The :
; I Matters of graduatng class, as we learn the advances ofa
from pestilence
moro the
This is but the beginning of the valuable to the citizens of MFellow.cilizens weight prevent us from marked/itb !such
end.graves." Suffering, such at the world has rarely leans papers! highly read (lhaltddM it doing our duty in admonishing, reproving and correspondent of the Savannah Republican, terrible severity, (Cholera) has benne very
commend them
this State. We may to a consisted much alarmed at t the
for itself ponder ii-crit eighteen startling intellinee that
is to overtake these devoted ad. speak ( this youthful I young ladies. The !
J known, yet I correcting delinquent the t>a- it bas
which likely to be so valuable as if hero i int present no respect for
ventures. journal then ask yourselves any week. Haree hope that a gentle hint will lutatory address, the highest honor we believe since persons, and Ipecially, !
so so of'ihe
it which the geiusoPHm many of
I Later and Better.-A gentleman! who has the Standard. expressed itself might not entertain linuue'' v. work an amendment of his ways and preventa was assigned to young lady Florida, :Miss 1 1I our country have been numbered tislin"tish aong men its

recently arrived at Westporl' (Mo.) writes to 03" Gov. Towns, of Georgia, has been, by cry press in the State rep 1UK&ll[ we rE'lort will be to harsh I For treatment we ? that If so his, how glad !I Dupont of Quincy. It was well written I I 1 victims. i
- the St. Louis Republican as follows : All unanimous vote of the late Convention in means, let the free-soil and Lotipetrs; all that we have in view.protest good is and delivered in a highly effective manner." Adopting all those precautionsjwiih'Mit
have left a
cholera appeared to it bold success which have been elsewheri!
symptom publish it-expose itiplo iff, .!"
: as we met them. There hUt Georgia, re-nominated as the Democratic ahse. ( e o:7-John A. eficial l, we that .
the emigrants, all mankind, criticise and ij OThe Campbell, the distinguished undnhant hf'"t -,
1 b..twt"fln'e. of that State. Both : last number of the "I"
road Richmond on
the for Governor soon
burials candidate
been some on whose, work it is ; but for be sand lawyer of Mobile, declines an invitation of mar\n a tnt'linea j "
port and council Grave. All wilh whom we parties in our .jister Slate, have brought out justice, publish it. Whig co/r.es to us in mourning for the deathof members of both political Georgia. We t

\ bad opportunities of con'.8tlin'ieht'd" us to popular!: men. -We.,inayejpect a close can.I That( address calls upon fnd ii Chapman Johnson, of ,Richmond, one of a candidate to parties, to become imaginable pleasure- and hope f

\__ 1 ay they were in good health. -Y. 0. tett. .., people ofthe' slave Slatesto L J the ,most t distinguished lawyers of Virginia. j represent that city' in tho Le.gislatufe .. come home an improved man. -l1 ,.

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TIIE TWO VbIIINGTOC0Tt.- Letter from Dr. S. A. Cartwright, From the New Orleans Delta.) rata. She:
smiles upon you with the smile disease of the blood,and it must take time lo cure. itr. Proclamation.
The earlier President-the First Washington Detailing his Theory and Treatment of The Model Coquette. that first made you her vassal. She would eve About twelve months a ince I bought in Manchester .

-wrote thus to David Stuart Virginia, from Cholera, his recent experience in JYeir Down loyal street-up dartres: and along faiii enlist r you once more. ia fcer train. Can N.II., of J. A. Perry, Druggist a bottle of MAJOR'S OFFICE, .
Orleans the Corbett', Sarsaparilla. I saw none but respectable Tallahassee July 13, 1649 S STIlE .
mortem t.w'Jt _
'S New York, 2Gth July, 1779" : of post ex. Camp. Gazing in at flashy shop windows a bit of it ; her influence is of physicians'names to the certificates.and this .

would' aminations, etc. -gazed at by flashy shop clerks showering jore. With a merry voice and a light heart, gave me confidence and trust. I am happy ta inform CITY COUNCIL bavin? recommerdVd ihs (

Nothing give me more pleasure smiles that are showered back again, and yoj sing to her- you that after using this medicine a short time. I and carrying into effect the Ordinarce i

than to serve any of the descendants ofGeneral NATCHEZ, May 28, 1849. casting amorous glances. The port of Mine .1 Well, thank the fates found myselfonce more a well man, and then went passed in June 1541 for establishing a Board ol CtlL.miSiarit9 --
/ -once more I'D free
Nelson of whose merits, when living, no At to Lowell to work. of Police and Health, and it being impel-
could entertain a higher opinion than I DR. JOHNSON-Dear Sir:-On a flying va-the eye of a gazelle. Ringlets outshining And if every strain shrine Pillow : My sifters had no confidence in this medicine,and tanl to adopt energetic means i1ndmf._, ures lot preserving -

did.man" (General Washington then enumer. visit from New Orleans to.this place, your favor curls of Hyperion Lips ruby red, Exceedingly- sharp.a girl cheat Rue-w me,she'll, be tried other Sarsaparills mixtures so largely adverti. and promoting the health of tbe inhabitants; t

of the 21st, directed to me here, reached cheeks that turn crimson at their own surpas. J' e'ut QJ eye-teeth now !" It'd,but became worse every day. I sent them la pursuance thereof,and by virtue of the putharity '

atesthe important qualifications \\Lichaposi. me, and I hasten to send an answer, as I Ire. sing brightness-Aurora's blush I So however, some of Dr. Corbett's which I had bought ce.ited in me, I have laid oft the City into Five i
lion in hh own family requires ; and although to sweet Mary, forever!" II. at Carleton &Hovey'li.in Lowell. And now I can in Wards, as foIlu"jz: .
t turn to New Orleans Robed in *
to-day. I have removedto beauty,like a' new morning, risen
he was not acquainted with the Generll's son, uponnoon" honesty say I that my sisters are as well as any we'men WARD No commencing at the North end of .
the consideration that bn may not obtain that city-I went there soon after the cholera From the fuannahGeorgian, July IGth.BY in the world.. The disease ol the skin has all gone, ,' Adam* street, ,running South to McCarty ,titer, ;t
yet made its appearance. I served It is The Model Coquette She brushes TELEGRAPH. and bleeding of the lungs stopped. And I honestly 1
clerkship elsewhere,) 6 added he ) to an appenticeship thence Ea-t to th a ( says : in the Hospital before I commenced, past you, tripping on tip toe. There is a Arrival of the Steamer Niagara at Ha1ifax. say,that had it not been for this SarsapariHaof Cor- North to its Northern limits thence West, to Ad- .4
desire I feel ihrn of old
bet tt's I believe should all have been
my we DOW our
ofel'in and attended spring in her walk muscle. Seven amvei. street. .. I-
friend and acquaintance has induced me at all numerous post mortem examinations I denoting Strong days Later Jrom Europe. gra .
of those who had died cholera. The : limbed and clean.footed she mu hazards to offer Mr. Thomas Nelson, his son, : following despatch was received at my any way you Adam thence South to ilcCarty 0
street "tre t,
gall bladder gait would undo her What waist deem be"t for that know what suffering i is.
was invariably distended with strength. a this office any
a place in my family. I on Saturday 3 o'clock, P. 3!I., tlwire, West to the Western limits ol the City,thence r" '
Thus felt and acted the First Washington.Hut black bile, the liver congested, and the great :he stands so straight that sho leans back dated Baltimore 13ib! Washington 13th, P. State of Ma "3C' uietts.I GEORG1AUF.LI.E'i, ) North tn the Northern limits, thence East to Adam \

veins leading to it. The pulmonary! aiteries She brushes past Jak Maker's corner, andJalie's *I. -* st.tet. r. II
the Second Washington, effecting to walkin Suffolk, ss. Boston, Feb. in, IS49. S
the noble footsteps of the first, actually were very much distended with a black thick: mouth waters at the sight. What's The Nigara has arrived at Halifax, bring I Then personally appeared before V.4RruNo. 3-commencing at tha intersection rf !,

from email office in Rich. blood, and the right side of the heart, and vena that ? asks a dozen voices. A dozen, who Ir.g 89 passengers. She I mo. this day the above named George A. Heel- Adam and McCarty stress thence South through! \ *
sloops to remove a full before have asked the brings seven day's i try, and acknowledged the above to be true,and hi, Adams street to the Southern limits of the City. _
cava as as they possibly could hold with same question, are later dates II ,
mond the Nelson who having left Liverpool the 30' I thence 1
present Captain was [ on free act and deed. East to the Eastern limits thence North toMcCarty I
the black thick ready with an The h observed of
same fluid. The answer !
pulmonary West Adam -
the General' nephew, and married his daugh. CHARLES HAYWARD. street, theice to street. "
ter. This he had filled under several admin. veins had no florid blood in them. The all obseners.! The cynosure of all eyes LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.-At the Justice of I ha Peace. WARD No 4-commencing at the intersection ofAdorns Ii. tl j

istrations, with fidelity and ability heart contained oyster-looking substances: A hundred fiery glances beam upon her Can tate of the! steamer's departure there was an cr: EDWARD DRIXLEYJi CO-. Sole Agents, and McCdrry streets, thence South Ihrf\t1 h. 'j f'
great ; yet showing that the blood undergone a chem she endure such a gaze and not faint ? Yes. evident improvement in Nos. 3 and 4 South side Fnr.uil lIall. ;tou. Adams street to the Southern limits of the Cily. ,.
lIe must out to make for Whig who is branch .trade '
t go way : every thence We.t to Boulevard street, thence North, :
She LEWIS to 0
ical decomposition. The theoracic duct knows that it is the admiration of Jfc AMES,
was :1 gaze as
utterly unacquainted with commercial business j wen as an increased vitality in the Corn S<>le Asents for( Tallahassee.E McCarty street, thence East to Adams street. r. r.
of of
empty, and cavity contained lice idolatry, passion Sweet incense and Cotton
every a markets.
and has for The from the _
scarcely one qualification I accounts ---- -- -- --- -- --- -- W\RD Nootnmen il ; af the intersection n
-- ----- ---
the custom.house But such is the difference water looking fluid. The contents of the alimentary flattering nod ion"-an acceptable offering manufacturing districts were cheering. National f!.:: are authorized and requested to announce Mc C.ariy and Boulevard streets thence South 21

canal might well be denominated to the dear little deity. securities through Boulevard street to the Southern limit ti' I _
between and the were firm: but funds j "
Gen. I
Washington Taylor ; some. Mr OSCAR A. MYER as a candidate for I he office I
white blood, as they agree with blood in all Onwaid she dashes, what duller [, the City, thence West to the Wes'ern limit*. Ihenca ;'
one a man admirable abilities, of lofty, im. their chemical I Walking in bejuty.Iikelhenight I owing to an increase in the of Clerk of Leon Circuit Court, at theen"uing election North to McCarty street, thence East to Boulevardstreet. : 4i

partial, and noble impulses ; and the other a properties. This was owing UI.sunny climes and skies. amount of stock thrcwn on the market for imJ in October next. I p
their starry
President, raised upon the whilwind of a humbugging to being composed in a great manner She J I mediate transfer, and of continued maunder- The following eentl"mrn are hereby con"ti'tJf..d

party, and utterly unfit for the office ol'the contents of the theoracic duct. Tho comes near your. You lift your shining 1 I standing between the French President! and] :fr I respectfully announce myself to my fellow- and appointed a Board of Commissaries of Policed _

10 which he has been promoted. 'We shall urinary bladder, the uterus and even the fal. B'Are hat ; a sweet smile and a soft'salaam" I his Ministers.! Consels receipted were selling citizens' of Leon County candidate for the O"2ice an Health, with authority on their part to enforce

lopian tubes, contained rice are your too rich rewards ; the of Clerk of 'he provisions of an Ordinince. entitled An Ordinance '
point out other contrasts between the characters water, owing, no' from !91| to91J. Leon Circuit Court at the ensuing election
doubt to the blood mounts to brow, and heait, Igoes Mfbli.hv\g a Board .f Ct.'mmicllaries .:f Po-
of the your The in October
and watery portions arterial London, next. JOHN B. KEEN.
conduct of the two men.-Liu ton Money Market was remark :
lire and Health and providing for the oftheir
blood having percolated from the exhalent "pil-a-pai.: : Ah a walking heaven is' ably easy, and disct'uiitfreely obtained.! Tallahassee, July 1 I, 15-1;. appnfntment and prescribing their dutlt' ."*
the Model t
: Coquette Grace is .
capillary arteries in her every -- --- ----- --- -
instead -
THE of going into the American -- passed loth June, IS SI viz
CHOPS.The Albany Patriot of the Securities were brisk with considerable -- --- ----- :

13th inst. says ;-The weather had been re. veins. I then commenced practice. I have I step,and heaven in" her eye, in every gesture sales at 9 to 9J.! United State, Strayed.FROM WARD No. FRANCIS EPPES, :' ,.c' I:.' '

markably warm and dry for some time been practising medicine in New Orleans I dignity love. You deem not now she i is sixes, ex.dividendspennsvlvatija sixes 62 the undersigned on Tuesday | WARD No. 2-Dr. JOHV T J. WIIMJ.T.
pre. the Model that I WARD No. 3 DANIFL H. AMF. E: ,
TJOUS to last 'I'tesday-sinre that time ,\\'e upwards of 7 months. I have had cholera Coquette,- to SJ.: I. 1 morning, the t"th inst.a gray mare with qr. fc '
: The check mav: be tinned with a .s a black spot on her back, short If'g-eti. WARD No 4-Major RICHARD HAT WARD, -'f
cases and
}have had seasonable rains and fine gro"in"weather. every day, some days a good many While the cold heart to ruin rum darkly xvarmsunnysnile the w hile. wing to unfavorable accounts by last American about 0; or 7 vents.: The hair between tier ears: had WARD No. 5-CALEB II. KLCOD, Fsqr.
The crops have improved, and we cases. have only lust 4 cases in all, none Your steamer, there has been extensive recently been cropped. A middling sized DOG followed Given under my hand this} 13th day of July .19.n,

now think from our enquries thnt two-thirds I whom had any pulse when 1 first SItW them. eyes follow her, and the dear divinity, transactions in Cotton during the past week,, the mare off. Thedr li a brindle colorand: THOMAS J. PERKINS"., ., 1'I Ii

of the planters in this 8"ction of Georgia will I have cured every one to whom I have been: !, knowing that your soul earns for another with an advance of t to, |d. per pound. The: long-haired. Wlien: last seen they were on the Jnt ncliint. r
called before the : glance at her refreshing face, looks sheer [ 'Thomasville road.about seven milei Irom Tallahassee. (
pulse tailed. I now I around demand Attest-Gro. XV. Ucrcinx*. Clerk.
make if full proceedto was extensive
nearly, not quite, average crops i her shoulder! in the early part of the, A reasnabterecard will be given for their return -
the matchlesscurve ----------
of cotton and corn. The late plantings look answer the question you put to me :- I displaying : week, but {for the last two days it was more to me at Tallahassee, or for such informational -- -- .

well, but they cannot produce a full crop of "What is the bust prescriptite or course of! of her swan-like neck 'I moderate and extreme prices were scarcely will enable me to get them. I NO. xni.An .

fruit. The }health of the country' continues practice in a case cholera ?1" Give the patient I Are you not in love ? Yes? No Ah, sustained. Sales of the week sum 74,000 I July 2t, ISM. 23 JOHN LERCH. Ordinance establishing a Board of CI'nmiu3rics

good. instant I) :20 grs. Hydr argum cum creta,, jou could! love her, but (horrible thought !)) bales, at following! rates for American up descrip- of Police and Health, and providing tor the manner )

_ ::20 gs. best cayenne 10 everIOdy else would love her,-curse 'em : lions Notice. of their appointment, and prescribing; th ir I :
DEATH Mus. MADISON.-ThiS camphor 13 calcined pepper grs. gum And if they didn't they were blocks with : 17,000 Uplands at 4 to 5d.; 30.000 months after date the unde-rsirf\f'd. executor duties. Passed 15th June*4t. Revised.
OF 1
venerable grs. charcoal 15 very Orleans SIX
:rs hearts of 'em at 3| to 3 J, with 4,000 at 6\ ; 30,000 the at will and testament of Le-is Sen SECTION 1. Bt it ordaintd ly thr Inlendant ant{ _
lady, the relict of the fourth President ofthe F. gum Arabic, mixed together in two table I in Jove stone,-curse again Yes, >ou I I Mobile at OJ, aii
United States, is no more. She died in spoor.sfi.l of cold water, and cram a wet towelin II I are must Le-can't help it You >3. The. Committee's quotations are for final accounts and vouchers to the Hon Judge 01 t duty ot the Itlendant, immediately alter the passage

the mouth to take away the burning taste are brushing jour hat and adjusting jour shut Fair Leon Probate Court and ask to be di-chanred. of this ordinance or a*soon thereafter as may be, to ,
Uplands Fair .
4i| Orleans 4 to .
Washington on Thursday the 13'h' inst. at collar that's of ; } .ti.-| LEWIS M 1. SAUNDERS Executor. tobelaidofTinlofivediWrictsorward '
and prevent vomiting. The patient should I pi prima facie : you are in at t Sales! I ca n"ethecity
on Friday, 5,000 klles.1J."ur'Ihe .
the advanced of 6G She Gray's at the Commercial I JulY 21. I't9. 2S-bm in the rlh3tin( hi:judgment may best corn port
leaves swallow
age years. a (the above dose quickly, and the Exchange, an-1!I Il [ I
reports from the !Havre market v>it h the public good,which dittncU may bechangul
he' "
multitude sorrowing friends. hole of it without it. : \.mhiug a "fiver" for you. That's proofpositive l Middle Circuit of Florida.
stopping to taste He. ale very favorable. The demands, were or increased in number a* the public convenience
-- ------ -- shold! lie down and cover up and keep down. I I I active and ihe rates were irnDI ro'inf'f'. Flour Leon County Circuit Court.-In Chancery. may reqnire; and to appoint from among the m o-
"A IrHIC AXD TiE AERCAXS.--A The doors and windows should' be Yes, you are in love. i I b.'rs of the City Conncil, cr fioin the body of tlmi
opened to t and Corn have Ieen steady during the week, A NNA MARITRADEWELL JArs D. i citizensone for each of the said district
work bearing this title, written in French give fresh air to fan and feed the Day) falls into shade, and you station i TIUN.I crnroi-'sary *
by combustion yourself .I with some dulness towards the close. '"ELL, Administrator, of William | or warcU.and hall annually thereafter.in the month

the late Col. Murat I of Florida, has recently i in the lungs which burns slowly in cholera, i. again by Od: Jake's coiner. Lo your I FnA\l"r.-Tht' new law a"ainslthe formation appearing to the Court on the affidavit of corn j I i of January, appoint ore cflinn.issary for each of thesnd

been translated into English! and published e. : the change from black! to red blood does |I soul's idol is once more in view, and your j of clubs has been oin force. The _1 plamant's Solicitor that the defendant b: the I Iabi.vestated : wirda "r ut"tnct.s that may now or hereafter LIJK !
I h heart mounts to throat. You put does reside Flnrid bnt j r.ffm th? said city, and Cl!! that
not go on as in health,, and the ,vour ( deem not : caup not in in | any vacancy ,
Jj W. H. Graham! New York. f A jacket temperaturefalls. j now she is the model coquette.' Foolish moth j Ministry have introduced a bill for regulating the State South Carolina: It is Ordtied That It.eI j rray occur fiun time to time in the board which -
or a flannel shirt wrung out j (or rather t for bridling the press) similar toj said defendant appear and answer the complainant's shall be denominated the Board cf Ccmmie.lriet ot

The Cotton Crop. of scalding water and rolled into a ball as I i jour wings must be scorched ere JOt learn j the law which!, existed under Louis Phillipe, bill on or before thefirj.1 dar of Dec mbt.'rllnt.tt- i Police and ilc-alth. And the Ihtendjat shall causeiinblu -

MISSISSIPPI.-The Jackson Mississippian l Urge hs a child's head until it will not drip I wisdom.) by which they claim the right to erw i.e the same may be taken pro confe .io. Jlnditisfurtfitr I t notice, by adver.'ufCient in one ct a the r.twpapet1 *-

of the Cth sLojlJ be wrapped in a dry cloth and applied She is preltier than before. Each motion suppresssuch Ordtitd, That this notice be rnbli-hed in of ihe City tor at least tonr week, to r.epv- I
says : ; 1 journals as attack the Constitution or I of the bonndarte ur.d limits of the district
the, : reveals new: beauties and the I < >newspaper printed in the Middle Circuit ct t-n or
over stomach and ( ; amorous
We have had succession of rainy days towels as hot as it can breeze make appeals to the army. Over 200 persons Honda for four months a? prearnbedbv h\v. wards,when they I be taking hbilies with her robe
for the past: months, and we are entering upon borne. Bottles filled with hot water should! devcl-j, ( have been charged with insurrectionarymoetnen L i THOMAS BALT2ELL, Judge. change or air"! .tirn that may from time to time bo !

July with little 'better prospects. The immense j I be applied to the extremities. Five minutes j ops a rounded outline: and an ankle exquisite C i iJ i! !A at Lyons. The bickering between July' f-thl-ta. n.a.je therein aoti the cacr.e of the cccsmt: arv that

amouit of fallen j having elapsed from the taking of the powder J mould. You are in a blaze. You'll see her j jI i iI the I .\ true copy. Attest : D. McRAENY, Clerk way beappniiis ro each w ird or di-tuct. f
water will President and continues I Iviolen II
seriously this talk i Ministry : 21,1.40j J. B. KEEN, D C. SEC.: 2. lie it further ordained, Thit it shall I' nj
: nigh -: with her tell her all. You July Dy
of hot I -
a spoonful !balm :: ;, ;
injnre our cotton, and we can make no pro} sap, mint or chafllJ.I I ; anJ i is approaching an issue which willi ----- --- -- - -- j. (Ibe l duty of the omrpissari.- rf police ard health ,MGJ.
able estimate of the extent of the ensuing I mile tea, to be given to I the patient from time are true to j our words. i I I prottIJJ.lpad! to the retiring of some In Middle Judicial Circuit of Florida. gecerallv: to see that the ordinsi.ct-iznd rt jr'latl$n* : ,

Iilil r below our usual at least crop.thirty I t to time, with a tablespoonful of cold water Of I An open breezy :11JrJ-1'\'o beings i in: !I! bsMi of the latter.ITALY. mem.1 I i Gaihden County.-To Fall Term 1S4U. I o the City Council. in relation police and health;
crops a tea-poonful of pounded ice alternated with i t the 'bloom of 3'out h ; both joung, and one.. : : are enforced. It s.wll; be the dnft oi each coiaintjsary ,t
Italian has
per Clnt. policy L. Suit attachment for the
i ilia J..IIGa.:0_ J loolc i beautiful l A 'bright: star-lit night.i The sea. I Hubert Edmonds by ro vmt: frequer.thad} a3 olten Il.i practlcab j
out fora
LovsILA.-The Concordia (La.) Intelli prr-pirottan. in I j much <2is gencer of the 7th instant says that the 1! From 10 to 15 minutes after the powder i is taken j from f son the propilioux. The wind" comes sighing j| bt>veieboribardirrnt! : succeeded in establishing! I:I Hezekiah .theJrtend.m':! i ,'.->fr'i:: oftrie wUfnanc. :}

in that vicii.ity havE improved much within crops { perspiration i is generally tablisied.? If i "sweet South, breathing upon |1 iNelf within the outer walls .)f Rome on the THE defendant :nd all other persons inter ted.1 i .tnri regulations) of tae city that he may beal>*eU* > t
I 10 the is violets,stealing and order." Her hand I ( ins'itutioaof i detect and particular!', to relictioa cf
the lart two three patient sal Nothing more is up eded giving -2.1 June hut I hereby notified ot the above ]i iI ; reFontY t
weeks the Ilh had
or succeeddin
but the cotton iso but to give warm teas, or fluid i is in J'ourS-fHr warm breath is upon von r up to 2 not | suit bv attachment and are requited appear a.id |I i'i'u'y: ha may .bsxjie in any cUbe ci'y ofEcersor f fni
( far Leliinc the season that the any warm u obtaining} of the inner !bastion! iht watch to i intoairdc3t' ,ber :
planter can i t the likes best i j cheek. You are ': pJ4o.S5lfl i I !Iead to the declaration tiled trereinihill the iti-pir1 3ef ";Cioved -
in t'mlplllr'd'ision' ot
look for hops in nothing bat an unusually favorable sufficient q) antitieh to l a and defence. The l Ilonuns contest every : time prescribed by law. Dated July 17lh 1 14t'!>. all obstructions in the streets, side-wa'k cr on f '
fall. I. allay the thirst, and Mippoit' t the sweat. The I by-gone restary fluck in upon you tl.c remi- inch of ground.PnO'PE.TlJSOFTHE. I P. W. WiUJE, Plff.'d Ally. he public squares in violation ot th? provision! cf :

1 I sweat should be kept up G or 8 hours-then i niscent glimpses cf" first and passionate love." j July 21, 1 15-1 2W. t the ordinance relating to streets and aide-walksand i -
-- -- -- - -- -- ----_ .
The Jadi* (Avoyellcs) Prairie Star ofthe \ gruel to assist 1 the Hjdragtrn cum creta to j Memoiy rolls back her blotted scroll-you i --- -- -- --- -- r, la cause I the said ordinance! to bsrisridly: enforced-1

. tlih sajs : 1 I ate at home 'ar ;: S. DILWORTH [CARAWAY caue ail nuisances in any part of the said city to,be
!-triply the gall bladder. Then the circula-, away amidst the blue lulls
SAVANNAH GEORGIAN. rernovtdor abited! and for thjt urrcse to examine
The plantirs generally have enabled! I lion will the j A }oung maiden at side I i 1LP7OJ1TH SMITH[ s.urrH'1 |! ti
JCCI go on through liver. Tho vcnj jour murmurs, u.to any house"r back-yard; w here be m.l! b3\e cauq

to get the Cups in good condition and growing: j leal portamin will be released from their pei am in lo\e," (your heart bound-, and your THE undersigned.in j asM>ciatinc cursel! tog"'lher I ATTORNEYS AT LAW i t to believe that through! carelessnes: < or neglect, any

order, and tte general appearance is more decidedly ,i i t thora and the serous part of the arterial blood I j h blood! is lava !) With whom ? The name i in the management cf theSAVAN>AiiGt.oRCXAt, |i: I deleterious matter nay have been si3.-red ioacciurcnUte

eiiroira:in at present than it has 1 j will no longer be poured from the xhalfiit, she utters is not? yours.Think but fullo'.r the immemorial custom of papers in andressing I! 3IOXTICELLO, FLORID.lIly .\. : Prosidal, That no ccnnnssary shall enter a

case been with for horrr tin time*of This is particularly the ,;, arteries; but find its way into the portal veins. not of long ago First love is a 'I I It i is due a t tlut prospectus the paper to we iur edit ImnJs:h not and newly'the .public.established. : -I! 7, is.ta. U7.r nut private test house pivinz or the back-yard wner or occupant for such pcrf thereof us/notice with- ,,.

crop cotton., i I The revulsion! to the surface will cause the curse, and sends thousands staggering to car- Under able! management it has long been !I --DELS.--No.-I MULLET.----- For-sale low by and between the hours ofS o'clock-A- M-. and 5

The Poin Coupee I'cho of the flOlh ult. I, absorbents to suck up the fhids' taken into the Ij'l grates. Think not of long ago knmvn to the peopled I Georgia. We do not J s. s. KNIG'HT. o'clock, P. M.; nor shall any thin; in this ordinancu :

gives adesciptiotiof, the crops as seen in are. I stomach, and the pouring back action willlJ' Well, well ; "faintheart never won fair (2u.e it to them. We simply engage that it intro-I: July 7, 1MO. 27 be so construed as tn prevent a commissary from I I
tour in all I l lady !I" Yo-i n n.aiii; steadfast( to the great principles of the acting beyond he limits his own district ovrrf.thicrihe _
c.l yearly parts of the parish.- I arrested. This sucking up! action causi-d by I miM pop the qUl"tionJO\ or h lican party ; that the same consistency \ RepUb-1 9IBBLS. St. Louis Flour. has only a mere immediate and particular control .

From the clearances on all the places noti. t the sweat will restore the natural fluidity of[ never, and in the phrase' of the upper ten, yoti distinguished its past shall he by in I m i':14 i 20 bbli. Cincinnati Flour but may act jointly or individual! in any of tblt '

ced Lj the t.dito and averaging them lie the blood.! When the sweat is rstabli-hed I do propound the delicate interrogatory'It I its I luturebibtttV- ; that iN dignified character shall 3111J1"kl'() ', other wards or districts, as the public good cay re- I _

j says Weihiuk: that we shall do justice to I stimulants are unnecessary or hurtful as I hey as the country swain, or the dull, everydajman t never be lowered; that our labor shall be to improve WXK Ibs I5.)con Side, qnire. .t .>
ordained That the conmisarie
SEC. 3 Be ,
the : it in infueiiceand! circulation. 50 X) Ibs. Shoulders, further -
growingtotton m of the, world but appearance spirit
crop of Point Coupee, in may Mop it. To put bark the lost water in lUll come to the point t l 600 lb Hams For Sale low bv > of police 'shall jointly' constitute board cf .
estimating itt nearly I third less than an av. 1 I the blood is the best mode of stimulating. I II i in I the ttyleclept "circumbendibus"-some. To our Florida friend and Ihe Florida J.ublic.e S. S. KNIGHT. health for the cify. and be required rrrm timetotim -, .

erage one. 1 have thus described a case cured bv one dose I what t flUi.1 ar), I had a dream. I was beg leave to introduce our paper. We introduce it July 7th, 18-19. 27 to make to the Conoc'l such ?u!?!e!tion in relation t4. .r

The, Natcltoches (La.) Chronicle of the I I of medicine-a Iart of that dose have j t the votary of a strange worship, and tL as now under the editorial management of a gentleman ------- -- I the health of the city a* rcay appear to them advisa- i
might you
.I j ICIc I for a citizen ot'Florida, and identiiiud TUST received Irom New Orleans, ?.eff' Sugar I be! ; and on the actual int.'cducMon.: cr mere apprehension I
of many yeais
3 Out ult. been sufficient goddess I .
say: I II lOU may suppose. A small i my idolatrj-J humbled myself' t with' that State in feeling and interest.. We J Cured Sides and Shoulders, (a new article) Sugar I- of con'asious or infectious disease may consult .

We Jear :bat in some parts of this paris I iiiijit, have fallen in with; the disease and op. i I at your shrine and, the offering I did offer, was I i introduce it i the champion of Republican principles I- Cured Hams, 30 bbls. Flour, &1. For '*]lp by with one or more physicians of the city.and recommend 4 "

the grass wdm is injuring the growing cotton I crated on the bow vis. A laige dose is a L my heart of htarls." lInt the plain, home-, j t not as represented by this or that ctatesman, JOHN McDOUGALL. to the adoption cf the Council such measures 4

The corn op of this parish will short t f non-purgative because it is sudorific, revuUes I ,j made question) must come. You can't find a II but a' representing themselves lo the mind in all Julv 7. I IS4" 27PROCLAMATION to prevent the spreading or introduction of the
fal I the heart in all sane, as may seem to them expedite and proper;
their beautiful Minplicity, and to
asompared with that of t to the surface, starts a centrifugal action i substitute-.Mary I will you marry me ? GOVERNOR. .
one.llf year. (J ii I t their Migmal purity. We ir.tn-duie it a* the uncompromising r BY and in cases ot emergency, that may net admit of
,ia (La.) Democrat of the 5tl I the fluids and averts the centripetal action o I Blushing like the blush earliest morning: ? defender cf the rights and dignity of delay may at once adopt such precautionary measures t

inst. says : the, disease. Hut if one does not sweat, give Sighing like the summer breeze ? Murmuring t the South. We introduce it. further, a* a paper as the pubc! aalfty may seen to require-and .

The wealer }has !been for another, or half dose ; if that does not do, jes, in voice sweeter than the tones rof published in a aport nearest to F'k'rula.ttoing now generally to adopt such measures subject the approval J
intensely warm much and destined to Jo of her butiness. of the City Council, as in their judgment '
h bleed fiorn the the Eolian harp ? vastly more -
fetpral da) The crops are "coming out arm or cup freely over the ep From our position: whether looking to the may calculated to promote the health of the city.SEC. .

of tie grass: and may yet turn out very well,. igastrium i and give warm stimulating, drinlu u If you think so, you've missed it Telegraph or the mails, we can furnish the earlie! 4. Jlnd be further ordained. That all ordinances -

I to force a sweat, and apply hot applications Not a bit ofit. The question confuses he r. news, whether! commercial political or mUcellaneo'j and parts of ordinances, conflicting with the
the She did not such subscribers in Florida. We this Election of State Senators. provisions of this ordinance, be, and the sar.e are -
*, to
SEniors ICCIDEXT. A externally. Suppose gets too hot expect a flattering I our urge
yonng lady, sis under this high stimulation outside and inside of your regard. It was more than evidn'd i important fact upon their consideration.: Our TEL- A VACANCY having occurred in the cttce of hereby repealed. lf
ter-in-law (Mr.f T. D. Van Horn, of this*; hope for. Indeed EUK 4PHIC facilities are a. great as those of any other ] State Senator in the eighth Senatorial District, Approved 25th August, 1S41.
place I wash the patient all over with cold water t to( she will confess she likes citv ; our OCEAN STEAMERS, from week to week by the death of lint James II. T. Lorimer, and in --- -
camerery near being burned to death bring the system down to the sweating point you better than any, of her acquaillt LIJcC.- t bring'us northern papers much in advance of the t th. thirteenth Senatorial district by the resignation CROTON BUILDINGS- -

a few events since. She had retired to I if l the pulse will not bear bleeding. Suppose tI (She tellsjyour friend, Harry, the same.) She i i mails; our locality ith reference to Florida is such: l of lIon. J. P. Sanderson, aUo! in the fifteenth I UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS I

her room, ad for bed : would wait few I that In the mails. furnish Senatorial district; h the resignation ol lIon Louis _
\a preparing when I the extremities are too could to be compatible I a months, f>r f.ttachmentsformcd j even looking we can > BY MACHINERY..
her earliest information and the relations between Aldrich It i.. Ordered, That an election I beheld .
clothe hereby
*ouk fire from the The in haste t in haste dissolved. the ; :
lamp. with } are You -
healthy perspiration, warm (them hot
by the first of October
our city and foreign ports are becoming more in said districts on Monday, day -
lOt of Mr. an Horn was also slightly burnt., and friction. must not take her answer for a refusal she is GEORGE J. BYRD J JaIActFACTVatR.
applications Suppose the patient ; extensive from year to )ear. We shall leave no effort ,l next, tu fill said vacancies.
The young idy is not considered aery dangerous vomits the, medicine give a cup of cliarn- delighted with jour company ; disappointed unmade lo give satisfaction to Florida sub;cribl'TS Given under mv hand and the >>eal ol .

we bjeve.-Henderson (Trx.) States omile tea, let him vomit that, and then repeat t and chagrined, you pick up your D'Arcy and We solicit and expect a liberal patronage in t the State of Florida, at the Capitol 4
man. j retire. You couldn't it return. [SEAL.] in the City of Tallahassee, thisifiih B. would invfte the particular attention of f
the medicine. he Mill vomits come :
Suppose then The GEORGIAN is published Daily, Tri-Weekly' day of June, A. D. 1549 and 73d his friends, and merchants vi. give one grain sulphate morphine in a desert You strove your best-it would' not do; and WeEkly Each number of the Tri-Weekly i i. year of American Independence t to give him a call at his new and spacious Manufactury -

The Epiunic at St. Louis.-As yet t, says spoonful l of camphor water or half grainif You told her she'd regretShe'd made up ot all the news contained in two daily papers. W. D. MOSELEY. and Warehouse, Nos. 142 and 141 Broadway

tLc Jtepubliin of the 30ih ultimo, we hate the cure is not urgent, and peal after each ruin your heal and chances too, The Weekly contains all the important and' Attest : A. E. MAXWELL,Sec. State. (Croton Buildings,) between Cedar and Liberty- ,
As girls don't like those fellows! who i of the week taken Irom the there will be found the most
interesting where
ho better news daily 53 The Florida Sentinel Florida Repub'ican streets, always
rvxs to give our readers. The stool or vomiting spell. As boon as the stomach Their walking .
papers get. paper, and the legal and country advertising. Jacksonville News. Ocala Argus, publish to day of extensive assortment of -

frightful dime in our midst is not aLatin .- is settled throw in 20 grs. Hydrarg. cum You're f; you look up to her window, The extensive circulation of the GEOBGEO.V, renders election, and forward accounts to office ot Secrereta- Umbrellas, Parasols,Parasoletis,Sun S1wJesit .* I

Tie report to the City Register yesterday,p creta, or 20 calomel. Give coffee if the more and the song. .. 0, soon return." is echoed it a valuable medium through which to adv r- ry of State. his celebrated manufacture, for sale in '

for Thursdo. show the returns from eleven) 1 1Cemcteriesamouiting phinc be used. You may think the dose large, from within, in voice like the carol of a tise. June 30. IS-I 19. 26.EXECUTIVE quantify l own, at greatly educed prices, ?any r

to one hundred and I but opiates be used at all in cholera the doses bird. TERMS: DEPARTMENT: ( T G. J. B. pledges himself that Umbrellas and Para .
fifty.five dabs, of which one hundred and should be four fold. Small doses do more Thus you are drawn along, from month to ForlheDaily, $IOper 5 an.ium.TriWeekly Tallahassee,June 2oth, 1549. ) sols from the Crotoa Manufactory" be A S _

twenty.threw'ere from cholera. harm than good. I to worl the .. N". 1 in every respect.

give nothing month, like a trout upon a fly. She plays Weekly, :1"t GENERAL ORDERS.] New York June IS 19. 26 _
This is i increase on the day previous, medicine oil'before the next day or the day af with jou, as a boy would play with a fish- HENRY R. JACKSON,, \ 1" election i is hereby ordered to be held in the] !

tnd we fen{rm what we could learn of the i cr. A purgative before the aqueous parts of .. 'Lures 'mon PHILIP J. PUNCH. A first Division of the Florida Militia on the first UNITED sTATES .
rocks ,
you ? near Love'i bright iale] in October next,at the .places appointed bylaw
physicians al others, that Friday was a still I h blood arc restored is a dangerous thing. The, And then uhe cuts you dead." SAMUEL SIBLEY.Savannah. Monday election of County Officers for a MajorGeneral War :
for the Wholosale Clothing houe
June 10th, ISltt. _
more fatal dr. The weather continues warm,I medicine generally works itself off.. Under You've got t the mitten and your flashing to command said Division, to fill the vacancy <**. .

with sho\v$ at short inten'als; the streets this plan no secondary fever follows. But i if inamorata has gone off to the young man with -_ occasioned by the resignation of Gen. William LEWIS HANFORD

are muddy, i ie and stimulants be used after the patient begins to Cleanse the Blood to Obtain Health. Bailey. .
d\eJng' cothinA every election i jiereby ordered fo be held in
And Nos.2..2.tG&2I'enrStrcctr
curls.Ah. an
thing the sweat, secondary pain is sure to Stimulants Read the most remarkable Cure
; at. occur. the :Model Coquette She was ,ihe ,fMoiring the second Division of the Florida Militia on the Between Fulfon-st! and Ourlio
mosphere Ly and enervating to the system. until the sweat begins are all important delight of your waking drl"nml-the deity 10 freT Recorded. firs! Monday of October next,at the places appointed ( j Slip.) _

While this ate of thing continues, we know -none are too strong. Fire itself is i whom you made sacrifice of the boundless Messrs. E. Brinley\ &, Co., Best on : by law for the election of County Officers for a NEW YORK, :.
not what command said Division to fill the HAVE OX HAND THE LARGEST
to Dpe or expect. scarcely too strong. Hut when a sweat is'es- wealth of your rich, rich heart Bat, alas !- Gentlemen-The Syrup of Sar aparill3.as prepared Major to the of Gen James ASSORTMENT
occasioned resignation
When weeflect, remarks the Union, that t tablished all stimulants internahlyund externally "The jig i- have been lion by Dr. Corbett. bu proven so great blessing! to vacincy by CLOTHING _
ohe. bird, up-you ; myself and two sisters of I Bin glad to atford Cooper. IN THEUNITED
clur population has fled died should be suspended. Then diluent mine Ratfa: }.
or ,, Sky high ; and worse than that- Officers commanding Brigades, Regiments STATES.
the tacts, which at liberty to _
this following ate _
mtermel in truly btartlirig. I drinks to thin the blood are the best of all I The girl, whose praises jwi have rung you use as deem best. you ions and Companies within Ihe Statear' hereby required Adapted to all Markets.

The intehenU were two thousand four I stimulants. I often give mineral soda water, \Vilh, ,pen, with pencil, and with tongue, In the you Spingof may 1S47, my sisters left Vt'rmont.in to carry into effect this order within the limits _
hundred Said No,* :and you fell flit !" of their respective commands, and make! returns In the article of '
atioighty.six from the Ut of May to I and even lemonade, for that purpose-an) company with myself, for Manchester, N. H. Our) -
the 25th of jiie. Since the 25th the I diluent or watery fluid that ngrees best with What ofit ? You are but a unit in the vast health was moderately good, but not the beit, as according to law. W. D. ShIRTS ASD DKAYTERS. ri'
Ulity has cou"rf'tltion'ho have fared likewise. Take our parents were rather weakly. We obi jined employinijt. MOSF.LFXIa'r We keep an endless variety.
'the cdainly in no wiso abated, but, on t the stomach. The patient cannot purge and p o But fvund I failed so fast, (hit I was fjrj- All the papers) in the State i 1 ALSO THE MOST EXTCKSIVS MAMJrACTCKrS *FOIL :
it '
conturlheie( is reason to believe it has, I sweat at t the same time. The rice water in !)- obliged lo give up work. My stomach became weak of election.

IiteltdifJ' inc used-one hundred and thirty t the botvels may run out after the perspiration You .hould. neither rave nor rant, and sores came out over n.ost of my body. My eldest June 30, 1S49. 26.Medical CLOTHING

dea.tbller j at least, hare Liken place since i is established, but more cannot be poured into Nor }our bard 'late deplore! ; $ t iLotterVn then afflicted in the same way; while. Notice. _
that time Why should a fellow Jeok aslant, the >'f>uiger one had a rushing nf hliod to the he id, COVERED HATS
utI "aking his estimate and the act.: the bowels while the perspiration!, goes on I, If one Sill! gays she wont ur rant. ca'js.ngi.t t tinu-s;: severe suSusion ct the face This H G. wrRT, M. D. J. L. CALL..t.-V. In Ihe World. 1el_ _

fri number ported above, and we have (the i indeed the perspiration generally causes (he When there's so many more :" became: at hit eo painful she left xvcrk. and with \VIRT ie. CALL hare associated themseUen Plain and Fashionable Clothing. of all kinds. _

htlill 1ilf three thousand one hundred rice water in the bowels to bo absorbed., Down Jloya) street, up Chart res, nndalonCamp1 her S'"r.t., stari J lot hoxe. when a bleeding the DRS.the practice-of t ,Medici use, Strgery, &:., and I (ilogues?: of stuck sent by mail. Order prompt
tlllrl Ih.irt.1.1i deaths ill St. :; lunu set) vvita ijisyounjriHt. I tried all kinds of ofler their srmce-Uo: the public ly tilled. LH/IS & HANFORD.
Loui Very respectfully One later Time has I I
added '
hJlQ1hl tlf during the yours year : I medicine for ;ny iu.leu and myself, but with no benefit :! Or.ice'cr Drug Store_,Mont icello, Florid*. .V*. 252, 25 1, 235 A' *k> Peer St,
i___ and June. i: ).\ IL. .\. CAltTWRGUT.-l{ jeslmess to Jhe bloom of your flashing inamo or relief \ibatsteve.T12C; doctori ald &t'':ui il Augusts' IS: 1:. S, Jy NewYurkJuneL-t). ________

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A m. by tli%&. name of Cl.lPf bM niirrd wtih a ronef - AT LEWIS & AMES' Druz Store a fresh supply Notice. DR. TARVIN'S LADIES'
**, of th. Bum,* ot P Tow.intend. td Mft hU ..n* to pot In Chancery. New and Valuable Medicines-among whichare PILLS

-T I?*rtpnnll, whirh' Ihrycnll I)r,Tow mend'i f""Jria MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. -IN GADS- the following: S SIX Month after date I shall apply to the lion. ARE an effectual remedy for the following

t P.iThinItiig I O -\' .\:, Oriental rtc. 1'hii TO..Dd I I. DEN CIRCUIT COURT. DR.SPENCER'SVEGETABLE FILLS AND RESTORATIVE e of Probate in and for the County of Leon distressing female complaints., riz;painful Aoeiu

M tortm aId never w't; I'it ".(formerly a "irrkrr O tall The ranch of f the flank of the! BITTERS, I REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between for my discharge from the administratorship upon orrh a.or obstructed menstruation,Dysmenorrbae

riuuii.rvnnli' and thctlke. Yet he awim** the till)*of Dr., fit State of Alabama, Compl't., Designed for, and trill cure. Dyspepsia Liver Complaint THE York and Si Marks and Newport, will the goods, chattels and estate of Thomas Knight or painful and imperfect menstruation attended

(he purp>.ntfulniff crt fir "hut hr I not. Tbto ii to canton r,. t. Piles, Scrofula Jaund.ire-and all kindred commence running at the opening of the fall trade, deceased. ROBERT BUTLER Adm'r. with nick head-ache, sometimes profuse for a consid.

the |nblic not t be liereited, and pnrrhane none but ItlefF'.CINF Benjamin C.WestSheritTof diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure and continue throughout the entire year, m: March 24,1349. 126mNotice. erable time and then entirely suppressed. Chlorosi,

OKiaiffJIl. O/.DOr. Jut 7'ownwnd'i S "a' den County, anti rr-cfflrio admr. Bill to forecloseMortgage. state of blood. WARCALLA Master green-sickness, Lenccorrhwa,or Whites ;
Brig Jossehn, soo Lt
.r.l.having nn the Old. Ira> likrwii, hit family coat LOZENGES. and the
I HULL'S turn
0 on the Estate of James Jnnerarity DR. WORM t OCILL.oTrim do. I eases /lift-SIJppressionOllbe I loch

tw.and his Icnintre; nrrnci Ib runt of imm.Ofr't. dre'd., John F. Innerarity, The safest, most effectual, and pleasant preparationbefore LUCY, 1 Hosmer, do. SIX months after date, shall apply to the Hon I during confinement, Spitting of blood,or bleeding cf a

S IrHtCIplI ,* 1W'.Viaas .!., .V. ),1 Ct y. William P Innerarity. Santiago the public, for (the eradication of WORMS, in SUWANNEE, Clark do. (new,) Judge of Probates for I the County of Gad-- Ihe gQms. Convulsionsor Epileptic fits, Low ness of

I Inner aritv. ta\vi W. Iinor and Children Adults.HULL'S! den for letters of dUmission ; the I 1iIJ. Debility and Ner '
( or WACISSA. Perry do. (new.) as Executor <>r> estate sp ou ne !!, CostivenesfBar

Heloiic Minor Defendant, J COUGH LOZE\GF.s. These Brigs are built in the, most substantial man of Samuel! Strickland,dec'd. late of said county. renness-and many other diseases that are to'o (le-
Wilt PREVENT Consumption, and cur all cued of H. II. STRICKLAND dious to menlin I that are enirahlycaused
TT BEING MADE APPEAR by affidavit filed' ner expressly for this trade, and are commanded by by an ob
: 1 in Ilii cause that John t'.lnncrarilrl''idt.'tJ beyond Colds, Asthma,Spitting ot Blood, Pains in the :Side, careful and experienced Captains. Freight and passage l ( |1J.f 4 struction or want of tone in the female genital or.

4. the limits of the State of Fiol ida, to wit, in the Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Com at the lowest rates. Agent*- gan.i.

Slate ol Alabama that William P. Innerarity re- plaints. COE, ANDERSON & CO.. Notice.SIX They promote all (the secretions and exttrti"n\>
.- sidts out ol the Middle Circuit of "'Ioriliato in -,t..o- the (female organism; they effectually
wit. ,
'. 10 Beaver street New York. months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. renu'e all\
< the City of' Pensacola, in the State of Florida ; that DR. HULL'S FEVER: AND AGUE PILLS JOHN DENIIAM of Probate for the County JefTVrson for obstruction from the female const.i.ution,flahina cum-

: Santiago I Innerarity resides beyond i the :imits of the Well known as a Safe Certain anti Effectual Cure McNAUGHT & ORMOND, letters of di mi-sion as Executor of William H. plicated with some other disease,and then greatly

J' I : Slate of Florida, to wit, in the Hand of Cuba ; that for Fe\er and Agile, Chills and Fever, Intermittent Newport. Mathers[ late of said county, deceased. relieves it. Gradually introduced into the system

Lewis W. Minor and Helnise Minor reside beyond and all 01 her Fevers. Price reduced to Sf rf71t J-jirr Newport, August 12, ISt f9. 4 SOLOMON E. MATHERS. they restore a healthy action in the uterus and it;

the limits ol the State of Florida to wit, in the State Cent per Bar. Jefferson County February 101540. 6 Gm appendages. The great advantage and superiority of

I \ : < ol Vuginia : It is therefore Ordered, That the The above Medicines, fresh and genuine are for THE WAKULLA HOTEL the Ladies' Relief Pills over all other medicines 1 if

I said named defendants do appeal and answer the bill sale by LEWIS. & AMES Notice. that while they eradicate disease, they invigorate the,

\ \, complaint filed therein, within the times limited I Tallahassee. Fa. AT NEWPORT SPRINGS, FLA.MrpIHS body. Many persons have been cured by the me of

to them respectively that i is to say-the said John For certificates of recommendation, and other information HOTEL has been completed, and SIX weeks after date I will make application to these pills after an affliction of ten yean. In short

''J F. Inneianty, Lewis W. Minorand Heloi Minor! concerning a1 Medicinessee future presents lo the public a desirable .I lion. Judge of Probate for Madison County, these pills are a perfect regulator of the monthly,

I ",, within the period of (our months from the date of advertisements, and pamphlets, which may be obtained resort for the approaching season. (for letters Administration on the Estate of John evacuations of females. If they are profuse

the first publication of this order; the said William of the Asents. It is not deemed neceasary to speak ot the advantage J. Bojce, deceased. JOHN C. :JcGEHEE.Mav they (the Relief Pills) restore them to megular. their-

(OLD) IW. JACOIi TOWNSEND, P. Iimerarity within the period of t two months ; and March I lSISIS 1 35 derived from the waters and bathing by those who 20. 1319.? 21- \v regular period and proper quantity and quality and

TUT. OllGIAI 1JI5COVERER OF THE the said Santiago Inneraiity; within the period of
(;uuiuc Townscnd Sarsaparilla.OH months orin default I thereof the said bill of complaint Drugs, Medicines, &c. water are well known, and require no adulation. Notice.SIX Many females_are thrown into convulsions or EpU .

may be taken confessed by the said defendants In addition to I the former attractions, an Ice House Months after date, 1 shall apply to the lIon. lepticfitsby the suppression or obstruction of the

&nDa l)r, Tiiwnirad the I I..1VTHVU nnw about and'70 rfIn.DlfCOyF.Rf.lt of arc. nd: bn,.'f longXen the at and after the several periods limited to EDWARD BARNARD, JR., will be well filled with this desirable article and a : of Probate for the County of Jefferson for monthly evacuations (occasioned by ccld or sen*

0 .'.l'//: OltOI.\.i.a? ruir.ysrjfit S.fls.fr.'RJ.I. them respectively in this order. Providedthat this : received, by the late arrival*, a Mint Garden near by. New Stables are being e- latters of dismission as Executor of Esther Korne- other cause) and remain objects of pity and distress

.*..Btrinc P' ,. .limit It* /fnura.tlue. order be published once a week for the term of four ilITAS: h addition to his stock ol GEN reeled and vNitois will receive every attention calculated gay, late of said County deceased. the remainder of their lives ; these pills cure by removing .
- whirh it baa Iwen kf 't nut of and the firfitin -
rrlhed ineani to those only whu.| hAd (lo"fd IKrlft in ".,rth, and nl.known months and at the expiration of the said term of I DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of to m.ike their stay at the Spring pleasant. JOSHUA TAYLOR Senr., Executor. the cause which first produced the disease.

l*u talti.! It had rescind the ell of many. ne,'erthil lesi. four months then continuously once n month for i of good quality, lotrfor Ca l+,ii_jwr.nn. "ho had l-r'n healed of sure di''M.. and tuvwl the term of two months in a newspaper published \hu, on hand a general assortment ot the following -- take cold after or during confinement which eanwi

(10 4e.lk nrucMinml-HKAL1XG it< ..rfi.nn\\POWER.nnd wonderful within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida. which are warranted gf'nniTit''iz : GEO. H. BESTWICK, Notice. I I I the suppression of the lochia ; for that,and all simi.

Knn\I,!. .S'5. fan "ign. thM he had. by hit ,kil.! ,ricnre. THOMAS BALTZELL, llouck's Panecea, Roan..'" Improved Tonic Mistune Months ai'fer date I will apply to the lar diseases the Ladies' Relief Pill are an effectUalremedy.
and iM| >ririic<*. devi,.rd an artirlr which Mould he I of( incalculable February 20, A. D. IS 19. Judge.C. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry Brandr lh's Wholesale & Retail liroeery; i Provision Dealer' J SIX e of Probate f"fGad den for Iton'j I They are a valuable aperient durirg con
ml'.tntB r 1 mankind* "tin the IIM-HDI would te fur II. DUPOST [ County I
< Sol. for Compl't.A Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. finement, or correct a costive habit tIck head
allied to it into tinitenal notice when itt inethni'U,1Vilturs dirr.isjion from I the administration of the estate of
bring .
would b known and appreciated. This time km tine I true copy : Worm Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland's constantly hand and for sale at the James H. Gibson, deceased. i ache. &c. They relieve barrenness ; they renew

Ibo meant are ji.vn u.YKQr.ir.r.F.n PR F.P.I R.ITIO.V 1R.. C. LETTER Deputy Cleik.March E\e Water Mi'Muniu the nervous and the
Elixir system,
Thompson's nf : are mildestypt
-- Opium I this line r't f business. Flours of best 10. IS 19. 10CmNotice. tEe
*manufactured: f> the \Inr jest rnie, nnj n called for thmnchtut qualities Sugar,
the lonrth and breidlh of the land,.eecas1Iyas| it U found 3, 1S40. U-Cm Sinds Sarsapaiilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills Corlee Teas, Bacon Hams,Soap.C.andlu, Nuts, Raisins most certain aperient known, they are harmless and
'nrlloMe whohave
Lard, Whi.key, and all other articles .
_ Cn.k.young P. P. Tow n.rnd' .it iitiprotrt with afe. ant Court of Probate, Pills lieckwith's Anti.D\'.peptie Pills Pt'rers'} andpt'nct'r's usually arrived to the age of womanhood, and nbo
never.: "nse..hut the better :bemnse it i' pre| red an trten- found in similar establishments. persons wanting e
IX months after dalE I shall
fo MARCHJist D. and is apply to the Hon. systems too feeble relaxed
tifc prtnetplm by a "i"II.man.. The hicbett knowledre o'Oirtu'nirt. 1. A. J JW. Pills Agent for S. P. Townsend's to purchase any of the above article, are respectfully S are or to bring forward the
and the ., erie' of the art have .1 tiernfcruUffii. STATK or FLORrD.-COl'XTY oy LEON. celebrated Sarsaparilla i in quart bottles, at $1 t per invited to call and price them before buy- Judge probate for the county of Jeffersonfor natural evacuations (he Ladies' Relief Fills are a
oto rrqnititMin in the of the () llr'if [letters dismission as administratrix de boom
lanuf.tlur bottle. AUn non and efficient
Lemon prompt
superior remedy and old
S\rup, from ladies
prepared ;
iiiftl.ra': William G. Ponder Executor of ing elsewhere.Store who
( The | ro.t. it i' well known to ) with the will annexed
"II.Ia IIUII'mia of Jeremiah Jnhrnaonlate
.1.n..n111 nany, ftdltlll iironerUen." and noifiv nn>|irrtiet I the la-t will and 'te'tament ol I pine Citric or Lemon Acid far preferable for the formerly occupied by L. & II. Greenberg said of are about passing the critical period ot life,will derive
which are inert or u ele'and other which if retained in pre- sick or ordinary ue than that usually sold, London countvdeceased.. MARY S. JOHNSON. much benefit from an occasional use of thee
Archibald Graham I & Co. Monroe f and Jefferson stree's.I. .
deceased Petition corner
I for
fmnn; I tor u. 11 I pills ; they will serve to keep and assist
in the -v tm. svime ot the (polrnI of ::nmrilla) rs. I t ribut ion f1f I t he 12, I Is4! I 10.Groceries: up nature
\ if they are run onterved a rnenttfr Notice. tions for several
frocm longer.
by years
"rfprtln. th '.eexieri< < 'ni< "reoter.thfc These
t months after date I will pills are the result of much and
apply to the Hon. long
rtlfttir which nffui Rachel his wife and Collin SIX experience
frmn-ntri fly \npnr or at an t&h3Ia. sed. BAGS RIO COFFEE
|4in.unilcr I heaL are the vtry.*"rto ftdlA fraprrtiti of theTIKH Graham beirs at Uw of John X (INS. -I ic : of Probate for Leon county for Letters of ,and have long been used by the inventor with
dt Domingo
Sf. do.
whlrli tue u> l : \l\ vitne. > Dismission from the administration the happiest and most universal
tl Graham, deceased. fWIIL Subscriber will continue to Manufacture ot l the estate cf success they are
Anywr'ou can t"I, ->r .tew tne rllllh.\a dark rolored J C'l.tinn Gins his UMul \'e f do. White Java do. Norborne T. Ta>lor, dec. II. B. BRADFORD. composed entirely of vegetable subsfatces- They
liquid wbirh n t"ini ih- th. made on t'\tells s scale aided
root thnn this do.
m.rl mf being to to Court that Collin 2 Brown do. do.
.Ir.n appear
from any thine ca f: th.* "Mf then utrnm this .nigid or vnpid, IT Graham by long; experience[ first cliss workmen het 1 April U, J ISJ'J. 15 act favorably, both a* a mild aperient and tonic, on
0 I one cl theifrtendantnmed in I the said 2 BbU. crushed Sugar all
liqMid. constitutions
rbien Will nmr niol I Mnail and without
tlwn ctll it "S\R- material and the injury to They
** %KU.t,% FATIUC.T pl-titHtn, it heis i till in reside I mest improved machinery: which Boxes any.
\ :\ Rer. But uch u Mt the ( > being,) beyond the 2 Loaf do.Gclien Notice.SIX I have been prepared with and
great care, indeed
enable" him to furnish! article which for are
kniMtn the an faithful
Hi limits of the State of Ilot Ida, but within I the limitsof Butter, Box, and Pine Apple Chee Supe- what their name implies, Ladies' Relief
GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S worktnan;hip, durability and superior performarce, Months after date the Pills. Many
the United States: It is that fore Ordernl That perior Family Flonr Cider, and White Wine Vinegar undersigned apply testimonials of their
SAItSAPARlLLA. the aid i is not surpassed by any oflired! in the United States. the lion. Judge of Probate for Leon efficacy ct'uldbepraduced.
defendant Collin
Graham do Codfish
and I
Herrings, Chocolate Candies Sauces bat few
will be
appear a only
This ii given the
MI ; that all the as public will be
l'II"d. inert |properties of the Sar Ha\in addition to Ri-ed's Patent Combinatioa for letters of dismission
rap ritar! l rrinovcd.every thins cnuib| > answer the sai.l petition within four months from Pickle Almonds, Figs, Table Salt, &c. &.c. Administrator of the better able to appreciate their value alter they
acid ..r nf ,In oflUlinl); the dale f the fir-t \rater.r.o., proC'I\rI'd at gieat cost? the joIe rijht Ivu"e Estate of John Smith deceased late of said countv. have
fermentation. ettracti-ii Iht rejected : every t> t publication cf this Older,other. Received per brig Suwannee, and for J'lrle al ijwrticjil unue i* .erurrd In pure and conrentmed wise the Complainant's on Cotton Gins. Devalin. Wood & Hanc c ick's PATRICK SMITH: Administrator. yea
I petition he taken
Ild lhu I ti-nderorf ..n"'I'I\e' \ ot Irwms:,n v of in valuable may as ceUbratcd Patent Oil-Savins [Box, which is considered & ORMOND. March 10 I19.I that yr.u may in a great measure became your own |<
confessed 10CmNotIce.
bsaid defendant. .
and henlint 1'rovidrd, That thU Newport, March 10, ISI!'. 10
propertir I'reparcd m thi w* a u made tbe far superior to in _. Physician- .and thereby relieve yourselves of II
: zn\ now use. many
must ( >"rru' ) "c.nlln the } order be published once a week for the term of four -- --- -- -- ----- ----. -. -- -- --- of those diseases from which the male
Having furnished eizht hundred Gins part (.f (he '
Cure to the Plan *
of di months in ; .
innnnterablf ea some new-paperpublished in the
hence the reason "h\. 1.lar nnniiirndiiti'int, "f',ery side of Leoa, and State aforesaid. County ter* lat t season, which have given universal Satisfaction THE GALPIN HOUSE.X human race are exempt. Each box contains tbntj-
In di for iy men, women and hJtr I.1' find doinr will be a ulFicienf guarantee that his Cotton E \V N A N S VI I L L12 FLORIDA. SIX months after date the undersigned adminis three pilh-price $1.00 per box.
u. in the riirv of Gins t Jt boniJf non of the estate of Samuel Kept for sale by

can be approved.made on the most t accommodating Assr* TilE public are informed. the GALJiSrn Theus late of Leon County, deceased, will present F: 0. Welch, Druzzist. Albany. Dater county.Ga.

A". al cL"i.V'ots: IH: .C'P7'/C. II.It, ---- -------24.---149. 12-4rn terms with his Travellins: Agents, who will rrv HOU-'E" is now oi>* ned for the reception! his accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Court of Probate ; E. Seixas, Drujr ist, Thocjasville.C*.
>i,.< ;i "_mt. .-..._ .._. r_. \ N.\ -JLH-of Boarders and Travellers and for Leon and k
County, for final Hamilton
PJ.FE. DLOCTll': .I W ..... Jefferson Circuit Court. call on Planters irenerallv.or by letter, adJresstdto I they may a.-> a settlement W. Sharpe, Sharpe's Sure, Lowcdei
LMPt'PJTY OF THE BLOOD. rest ,ured t there will be in and his;
him us no pains spared making discharge from said administration.- county, GaS
Jones .
It,'...a mnr\r. ,:!on<..f.AtIn all .i.oiiii'.tint|! ari" ,;from William Balks, aJmr. de ) IN CHANCERY. at Clinton cOUhtGI'llrda. them c.rntnrt.tbie as far as in the power of the Proprietor SIMEON THEUS. Puleston, DrujsistMonticello, Fla.
tmjifrftian fr.isi. I'v ff Ginsdeliveicd to the purchaser free of
'l' circola-
- t on. olrlmltl'n, ..fi.iiij in the hHd. alpit&lion Irulln''lbl, ul'the h bltni non of John Bella- pm for ReljefFor warranted to pt'rform't'I1.. expense to do so. His; stables! are new and it: first 'olav 10. '1S-I9. 20 E. Barnard,Jr.,DiorgUl, Tallahassee, Fla

liii Ciild Ibid f.l.nl IU h'init rold TWi/x"hill nnd$*anal mid I
.quAI" ; fr and centi |vtiintii| >n. relitling tincture of the Hf Conveyance, &. part Alabama, will he f"rmooll..d with Gins I Fla.And
lurci, thl and every.other par:. i nrDogpft and Da- from a branch of his business at Rome Flojd Cointy >. E. Private apartments always furni"hed for}- j months after date the undersigned, one of the by tfe inventor, at the Miieral Spriigs,
tiut "nlh.1. it" '<.. lie.nre more nmnifcstly I seen and ac vid Bairow, Defts.IT : J known die. GEO. M. GALPIN, ot the lateof William S Theus Lowndes county, Ga.
lnowlfidced tban in all k.mli anti I Georgia, as the firm of(ri wold & Km?.
FEMALE COMPLAINTS.tnre' nf appearing to the satisfaction of this Court? by Any orders to their address, Rome, Georgia, will Newnansville,June 23, 1510.1 -23 Proprietor. late of Leon' comty: ceased, will present his accounts -

affidavit made in this caue that the said defendants and vouchers to the lion. Court of Probate of
It wiirk v'nn.ir in ..of \unr.\ .( or Ittitti. Falnf meet prompt attention.
lit U."... 01." "'i. 11'P""d fr "al'/I':1. ""*. Irrtfultr- reside out of the State cf Florida beyond the SAMUEL GRISWOLD.Clinton WHITE SPRING, Leon County and a.k for a final settlement and dis- MADISO COUSTT.

in try,rurln 0" the: nil menotrml the (I"rhts.of I"d IhO ole ; and II a. cticctual: jurisdiction of this Court, but in the United State : : Ma>' 2<5.1M9.] 21w HAMILTON' COUNTY FLORIDA. charge from his said administration.SIMEON. Some time about eight years ago I miscarried,

|fly remotini; nbtrurl.O.frm. I'ui"lhna., : the general I 77 it Ordfted, That the said defendants, Henry DoZttt -;. -- -- THEUS. which was the second time that I hid done so.-

lent it rive I.ne clrenlh t rt-fu.ntinj tie whole body, and thus Sri' and David Harrow do appear aiid answer the Fresh Groceries. THE[ unilrsgned! respectfully inform the public May 10, l cnrek nil firm* ofAeriou Bill of Complaint filed in this within they have leaned for -- ------ in thewood all
cau-e four receiving from New Ynik and New Orleans Ihiip..i a tei'm of night from the'ndianswhich:
p. .1"f1 and doliillty, months from the date of the this JUST The mineral theaterare.sn Notice. caused take cold
atd thus publication of order I and choice assortment of Groceries years. properties III! me to which cau edar>obstruction
or I c<
_ "Inb,. ,,.t tnetv of other in"lldif. or the said Bill will tic taken for'confessd generally known that it is needless to of the evacntions
I f'fitttl IrI ".A'turflfm, St. ,"h"' l>anct, Sllfl"r .istinz n part of Bacon Hams, Sides and Shoulders, say anything persons having claims and demands against monthly which entirely Lsap-
t'jritrjilif filr. (.g.rtdioa. ti"'. 1lain..t them ; lnd! it iifttrthfr Unhurt, That publication tacJ.eral0.. 1 and 2, Candle Flour Coffee on that subject- ALL' :- !( Wailer W. Taylordeceaseciale! of pre3 nlxrut thr Tears as1nr. their f |I TC
I ltcle '
..: notiried s -
_ _ lie (touiach. and Civet l digestion, reltevrn the bowelt ( lIeaspaperpubli.rhed Lard, Tobacco, |Vas, Almonds Candies, New Orleans n County are hereby tit present them I
I.t (> Tallahassee week for the pepsia, and the thousand ills which mortals heirto Some two months since I btaired three
and once a are > boxes of
the undersigned authenticated
InrfNir ."n.Ulltln.| allays If ftllllm!: II"n. Icrlfie'lhe ikm, : spaceof Surar, &c.-which I offer low for cash. to properly within I
r<]unliM* tlie rirciilikUon of the blond prodntiag gtnt'e' warmth I (our mor.t hI. Store removed next door to John W. \ru -le's. we would rcspecttully suggest that they try its the time prescribed b\ law ; and all persons indebted !j Dr. Tarvin'* Ladies' Relief Puls, andthty have rlieved *-
funlly] .ll over the b tdr.} "nd the inecnt.ble I certify the above to be > virtues believing Irons its almost miraculouscures roe horn those diseases
all tririure nad htn... |irr>(iiriition; relaiet a true copy from the records JOHN McUOL'GALL.June many to slid Estate are re-puMed) to make immediate payment. unpleasant above mentioned -

JnTK'irate the enure, nervous; ivrtrrri.rrrnmrn If all notthit ultmructinD then and of Jefferson Ciifuit Count.S 9, Sift. 23 effected by its use tnat they also will be sirniU RICHARD 11\YW.RDdml.. j and from experimental knowcedge I would

The medicine you pro-cminently nerd C. G. F'IFE Clerk. ---------___---- 1 h bcnditeJnJ we say to all who visit this May 5, I'd 19. 1s-2m.Administrator's I recommend them to all my female friends in affliction

Hut can any of the e ihinpi l he mid nf:. 1'. 'nwn'end', infe March 31 J H4-J. K:> "MILLElT& ROKAW'SLivery Spring, that in the event that"they are not benefited ,and I do think, frcm theexperieicel have hai,

rior artirleY' Thi yuunr m.n'" liouid i. nut to t lie after a fair trial there will be no charge for boaro. Notice. I they are worthy of all that is chimeilfor them.

COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S, State of Florida.-Middle Circuit.Sarah I k Sale Stable The seekers of pleasure will here find a delightful MOLEV OVJRSTREET.
hecaiiMof' (;nANnFAIj.zbat the one II INCAPABLE M. k: .I 1fE place tu while their time. I. months afterdate I shall prejent my accounts I
air DKTtlMUKATIOV.() anil Whiting } Chancery in the Circuit TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.subscribers away SIX vouchers and to the lion. I do hereby certify that t he above c.-rtificate is literally
The I Hotel having been renovated and t the apply Judge ot
NEVER SPOILS rs. >Court for Wakulla Count, on rooms true from my own knowlectee.GEO. .
Francis I R. "h1E have moved t. their fir -pr.f made comfortable. and with Probate for Gad.-den County for a final settlementand
while the other IXJfJi fonnnf, Jrrmntaig and M.rithe XVhi'irg. ) Bill filed. I HJ supplied new furniture, r:. OVIRSTREET.
kottiti brick Stables ai.d take this opportunity to inform discharge from the administration: of the estate
contaminc it Low fmtriniTU the we hope t togive general satisfaction.
; sour uric liquid Madison Fla.
eiplu the satisfaction the County, Fort ftmiiton
- *tit>(. and daniacinc tilhrr yuudi Mum, not this h'>rriMe., cum ITappearinjto Court that their friends and the public generally of the Our rrant'ments for supplies,&c., are such as to Archibald Black, dec. ; and also a settlement and I 23d 15-ia. ,April
Francis J5. ,
he Whitins.
pound pononuut to the "}tem'-It'tat' pt ant into a resides in fact. Heinz thanklul the liberal tin.il: discharge as Administrator on the dower
patronage they enable! us to keep as good a table be found
already as can
yttrm vilJk
IUIlI'hat Texas,one of the States of the United States
causei U.I"'I'| |*a but ,and out
acid I lln we not all know tbat when f x>d *onr in our'toin- of this State that l have heretofore rt'cc'i\'NI.lh'v solicit continuance the South. ted and set apart to Margaret Black, dec., as allot-I'
ache v hut niinrhiefi. U produce 1 Hutu'-nce. heanburn. palpitittefin him so It is ordinary process cannot b<; served of I he same and pled e I hem -eIH's 10 spare no pain The stable \\illlie provided with the best provender of said Archibald Black, dec., late of said ( About t teft years ago,and shortly aft-r confinement,
of the h nrt. liver eomplaint. diarrbr,.. and may j that the country adore! and with attentive irreglarity
corruption tbe blood tVhnt That hearinz cf the facts
rrofula a I
it but in said
an acid charged bill be I
humor in the body "bat produces all the bnninri which had on the fust in .them. Their Stables are situated Washington I ostlers.Passenger. 7th, 1-.!. 14Notice. of the monthly evacuatiott accompanied
hrineon r.ru"Uon: of the f kin, scald Head. Halt Kheurn. Kry- in the September next. at NewPort Square, in the rno convenient pait of the town, andfor ? from Tallahassee and JacksonviIlewillmret with Lenccerheea, or{Whites ; from that time, re y
"11'1111.'tlllt' Kw-rUinet, Keter Sorei. and all ulcerations county of U'akulla.at which time said comfort, and convenient t they! cannot be sur- with health gradually declined, until I
ternal and external It ii nothing tinder heaven defendant and no inconvenience in getting from Alligator t vra brought to a i ;
bat an acid may appear plead or answer to and
.ul. nce. which tourt. and thus fpnilt all the fluid\ of the defend asainst said bill. iud it itfvithtr oidcred parsed bv any Stables! in the Southern country.November to the Spring, as arrantmer.tsiIl be made to 1-\ LL personshaving demands against (the estate of very I ws tate of health,so that I waf scarcely able \

arid body fluid more which or w.. What rues Kheumalifini bat a lOur or That a of this order be in IS, 151'. IS bring them without any delay. _\ John Bozemanlate of Hamilton counly. deceased. I toget about. I took medicines fromleveral Fbvsi- fl
copy published some
between one
Irrititinf' and inH-uninc the delicate the tissues joints upon and which elaribcre. of the newspaper printed in this Citcuit once a Board will be moderate. \ ill present I them to me without delaydu cians, and found but little relief, unt| I besan to assume

It acts? ho of nervous dj m '.. nf impurity of the bluod. ot week, for at least three months. LEWIS & AMES, SAM. BUFFINGTON, Jr. ly authenticated will.in the time prescribed by law, j a pale, sickly appearance, and he least exertion -
aernnt'cd rirciilatiuntand nearly all the uluieuU which afflict CHARLES K RYAN. or they will be barred. ca'iaedmy neck veins to throband I had a
butima nature. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. DEALERS: IN I
_ _ Now iiit April".1S10. 14-Jw Jam 3m JOHN G. SMITH!, I J shortness breath, until sometime st December
not Humble Newport I l'4.A
to mike and ieU. and '"Jitt.p ictrn May 12. !
to u. till* DRUGS) MEmCJ-I-, PAINTS OhI June), I ISnO. Sw-23 Sheriff* ex cificioAdm'r.! | I obtained-from Dr. Tarvin some of 5s Ladies' Relief -

- SOUJU.NG, FF.ILEXTI) :(:. ACID COMPOUND" June truecohiv, Sl'J.. : GEO.I.22 r.n\"AXTCIt'rk. Toilet Articles\ Perfumery, Jr., Window Glass! aDlc.J.OTICE.. !I Pills, and I do hereby certify tbafl I have found

OF S. P. TOWN;SEND, __ h PAI.NTKRS' UTIUSHKS: AND COLORS, Court of Probate--Leon County.In i more relief from them than any rnednnel haveer-
and \(1 he would! (run hi\e II unilrr>t Townw-nd' .
the of the )
Grir f/r. County.Smith matter e-lale- CHAMBERS,
banufiriUc, it |
an IMII'ATIU.N'of females in similar
II above hand situations-
hit constantly on and for at the
Heaven inferior forbid prriitrHiioii'| : Mowry, ) T T) F.SPICTFULL: announces fo the public in gen. of Lester Crook, deceased. -\prilll 1 IS.J Ii .
that we Mumld If'Alln lowest market price SIRLETB HODGES.I
tear an which would V KILL IN IX eral that he has peimanently located himself in the of
the liiokt liittinlreiemhlariceto _. P.TownMiid'aarde/t.' tit. CHANCERY. LEWIS & AMES. ON petition William Bailey security, do hereby that the
certify above demerit
and which hould brine din iijiin; the Old Dr.curb a innunMin Joseph Law ton. ) Monticello[ Florida, and will be found at all times, praying t that Luke Moore, administrator of said made
.d CttRlJlIlr.lnl'| and trnutfljtrns: front Api-nu w ho have l Tallahassee, Novrmhcr 20, 15-17. J IS unless rofe-Monally Strict attention will by my wife Siileter.is just and true,bis 14th Dec.
fold appearing engaged. be to
- and rneliaffidavittluatJoteplz l.aw'fltJ' i estate may required give new ecunty in lieu :
purchfcwrt .
ho IT
w hate u d : P.To I ISIS A. HOGESJ.
(XiMPCiL'M). ntend'a FKRMKM'ING:: defendant in thc hill filed .in the above came, resides and be paid to all professional calls. of petitioner, or in defaultlh..recltbat said Moore be Lowndes P.
R.XVe*. w lib i it onderntnod., because it t I. the elmitlutf trti. that out of the Stale of Floridaand in Europe : Bakery. May 5, IS I t'J. IS removed from said _administration, it appearing to I County, 660th Dit.G. I.

I Townaend' article cad Old Dr. Jacob Tnwnwnd'l fitaapanlU It is Ordered, That said defendant appear and an. HENRY KINDON would inform his friends and the satisfaction of this Court that said Luke Moore, a
are kmrr-tndr
they lire unlike in ever'pvticular apart endttfiiltly, hano dissimilar; that tower the said bill within the time prescribed by law, generally that he has on hand and M.MON TOWLE. MAEIA.NO P. PAPY. administratoraforesaid ot t the estate of Lester Crook, A CARD.DR. .

in At common'. P. (not one single tbinj otherwise it shall be taken pro confe !o. It in fur- i il constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kinds, TOWLE & PAPY, resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida or W. J. TARVIX has located

- f"bf'I a1't. Townsend ii no doctor and never was. it no flier Onfred. That a copy of this oidtr be published such as: in the Extern Ciicuit of Florida or conceals himself : fr the present

\ than no another pbllnnactUli.l-knnwsllo exMHinon, unscientific more, of medicine or dlse in some newspaper[ fll i nle-J in I the State Honda PEPPERMINT. LEMON DROPS. Allorneys and Counsellors at t Law, so that notice of said petition cannot he served < \Vithlacoochee Summer and Fall at the MineraSpring-j on the
unprwfrtsional\ | River eight
what ffnrentee can the public have that they \rr once a month fot nine monlhu. CINNAMON LEMON CANDY, formed an association for the Practice upon him : It 1 i., therefore Ordered That the said j miles belwTronpville,
reren-mr a HAVING Lowndes
articles renu.ne Used acienufic ntedicme conuiming all the ainues of the JOS. B. LANCASTER, WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY, will attend the several Courts of the Luke Moore administrator as aforesaid do appear ''| Chronic County, Ga., where he wl practice on

which, juipbt in render preparing tiiem It.and the AO'KNTS which are incapable of chianti Key \\'t'st. arch2..A. D. J'4J. JudgeSo.Cir.Fa. 1I0AnJIOUD.nd ; Middle Circuit of Florida and in the District Courtof and said petition within lour months from I the I diseases principally. He ha just received
of bissetntc,, choiceselection
a of
hmlth. of THO. F. KIN, Sol. for Compo ,\ various others, among them several that are the U. S at Tallahaslee.11 business entrustedto 1, date of I the first publication: of'l this (order or I the said j 1 medicmes.direct era Savannah.

Ine But vi.telseshr) >nld he expected from one who know noth A true copy flora the minutes : useful for colds and cOII hsand i prepared to manufacture their care will receive prompt attention. petitition may be taken f for confessed,and the pra)er Persons afflicted with Eruptive iseases, scald

of anine eoHipxrativelf experience of to Qiedicioe cook and or disease It requires a pf-non W. C. MALONEY, Clerk. any and all kinds that may be ordered, both fjrOffice in the Capitol. thereof granted : 1'rocided. That a copy ot this order II head,white swelling, old ulcers, son legs, &c.. fe.

.,.. How much man Iniportnr.l sere is it that up even the a ftumnon w ho decent Aprill4.5] Py n. L. HtCK, D. C. wlwtlaa"d ntait. February 17, IS 19. 7 be published once a week for four months in male diseases, dropsy, and other oldchronic affections -

kfactum-- iuedjtjn deVpned fur jwrsont ma He is also prepared 'to carry on Baking in all its some newspaper published in the City of Tallahassee. that should think proper to ple themselves

tho'ild'l1.**. ETOMiCHS AND ENFEEBLED STSTEMS, State of Florida.--Middle Circuit. branches,from the plain I.oafof Ri cud, to I the most GAITHER/ BURGESS& COT" JAMES: E.: BROOME, under his care, will be apt to be weljatisfied with

know. well the iwdicul prnNrii| nf (ilanu, the but exquisite CaKts and Pien. Patties and the public \pril14.1&.I!. 15 Judge of Probates. his treatment. This mineral wafer Is made many
iftcner tit
erum( and cmtrfntralinc' their healing ,.\fIU... Daniel Ladd. Comp., ) cures of DyspepsiaGravel he
also! an exUnnive nuwedof! of can alwaia accommodated by giving timely noticeat Receiving Forwarding & Commission ,Rhenmatinic and
the "11II1'''di easri fInch fleet ts. In Chancery in the Cir- his
tbr hopes by assistance
boniai the and that I1
iiiU-m.an4tt'iwioiulHilmiinliri Bakery Confectionary on Jefferson street, they cure many
It It 10 mid*intutli upon !tlie Unl.lnnlllf| to u these|ntur balm dineane into! ,\nzutus Steele & Eliza- f.cuit Couit "for Wakulla opposite the .liiction Room of Jt. If. ferry, Esq., frJJ KI/rJ more. Dr. Tarvin will cure negroe;afflicted with
wounded humanity in kind I* lii. beth his wife, late Elizabeth ; I County Bill! filed. II Administrator of chronic
h'Wlflre( |health and tilnoiu and ,e In the ileijiairinj ".01. u> on Tallahassee, Dec. 16, J5.J'S. 22 LVKE100RE, Lester Crook diseases, by cor tract for an i.erest in them.
and It)Uot.h Infirmity IhalOl.lJ v.e*lj.into. the cruolird and bnikm. Collirigham, DePls.IT J -ALSO---- neither out of the State of Florida, This location is remarkably heallhy.4

ha HJL'GIIT and rXllJ.NK lie porluoit J>*budKTOW.NSKXU ineaui tu Uinf appeanna; to the satisfaction of the Court that Spring and Summer Clothing. L,e lers Western Produce, nor concealed, but any correspondence wished with May 5,1549. |

IuD thedeleridantsresidein I this State, but not in the him will meet with immediate attention by directing -
Grand Universal Circuit in which the IAIK{ e t !STI1.I.MAN": now receiving a C2 Pojdras Street, New Orleans. -
bill is filed
Concentrated : 11 isIFerforede. C to him at Jacksonville, Fla., where he isatl're1-'
Keiucdf tr ted and ordtrttl, That unless the said defendants small, butlith.ct assortment of SPRING AND Feb., 15.1(). 5 o Cm ent engaged in adjusting the accounts of the estateof Xature's own Remedy for BoweIomp1aints.T .

within the reach and 10 the know-tale of, ill who need it,thai do here and SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a few articles .
appear bill Lester HE
answer deceased
thecomplainan''s! Crook for final settlement Flux
lesreand on a of Root is a specific r-nedv for Bloo-
theyu1 know liy )'1lut riwrienre| il' thelirct such asDrills GEO. \V. II U 1' C II INS
InniKcriident I'ou'er to Hen Monday in Augu t next, the same will betaken the same. LUKE MOORE. dy Flux, Diarrhoea, Dysentery "it is the

Sold wholesale and retail fnrconfeh-cd. the matters thereof' decreed accordingly Drap d'F.te, June I 1S19. 2* simplest, yet the most certain and s.remedy ever
by l'at unicrcttrs Marseilles. AUCTIONEER
: Prul'irrlTllat of this > discovered
a copy order be --- ,a few hours will be suffierit to cure the
"THOMPSON. SKILL JAX & CO., published in fomo one flf the newspapers printed in Suitable fo manufacture, and to be disposed of for T.1LL.1IL1SSEE, }''. 1A BARRELS PRIME PORK, most violent case. It was first discoed and used

102 Nassau street, New York.LEWIS I this Circuit once a week for t two mont successively. CASH, and CASH ONLYat moderate profit- ; and REFER TO \\J 5 casks bacon Shoulders, by the Chuochee Indians for Bowel Cmplaintswith

THOMAS BALTZELL Judge.: would cordially invite I their old friends and customer 5O bbl. St. Louis and Western Flour, eminent success, and by them the w'ol this very
: & AAIKS, Newport, May 12, IH'. t to call and purchase. Messrs. H. BOND, J. W. ARCYLF D. C. Wino. 5 Sacks Rio Coffee, valuable root was made known This
to thcwhites-
Agents, Tallahassee. A title CIIOGEO.I." .. BRYANT, Clerk. Tallahassee March 17, I I19. 11 F. II. FL.\GG,T. J. JlODO> and J. T. ARCHER. Liquors of all kinds. Just received and for sale by plant flourishes in the valleys of \Ystern Georgia

April 21, 1q19.l! 10-lyAndlijr June 2. 1.Hi. 22 March 10, IS 19. 10 GEO. II. BESTWICK. and North Carolina. It is neatlv ready for

-- -. ------ -- ----- Laud For Sale, Tallahassee, June 12, iS-tO. use, in ounce to'cur pt up
----- papers several caie
Middle Circuit---Leon County.Silas Thomas Jeff. Heir rat
Blacksmithing A it.inn cii.ijccE! SO cents per paper. <*

C I F. Hurncy, } Attachment.. TBIHE land knon as I the "Overstieet Tract," 9 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Just Received, For sale by W. Brinson &. Brotherfadison, f C.H.,

GOOD kinds, suhManlial and cheap BlackfTuilhingof r*. > Sum nworn to SiO 4 .JOO. JL miles north of Tallahassee, near the Thomas- practice in the Ciiciit Court in each SCHR. TALLAHASSEE and Fin. ; t: Siexas.Thomasville.G*.,Shiest,Mon
done a large fresh
at the Shop near my Stable, occupied Isaac Hutto. ) Bond in 1GO 00. yule toad Gor. WILL of the Middle Circuit PER ticello,Fla., and E. -
I lut year by Miller & Brokaw. adjoining Branch's plantation, containing and in the Supreme of su a.r-cured Hams plain Hams Rice, by Barnard,Jr.,'ruggist.Tallahassee

:1. January 20, IS 19. 3 A. A. FISHER. 9lllEdefendantarid; all otheis interested are hereJ. 7 or WJ acres. Will be sold low, and on Court and United SIdes District Court a Flour, Bacon Sides,Lard &c. All of which u ill be Fla.

p : -- ._ by notified of the institution of the above suit saliiifactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For Tallahassee.) sold at the very lowest rates for cash only. May 5, 1849. IS-3m
.t n'l'l's.. S. Knight and required to appear and plead to the declaration luilher particulars apply to E Barnard Tullahssfor ee, Monticello, January 29,1S-19. 28 GEO. H. BESTWICK,

filed therein, within I the time prescribed by law. DANIEL LADD New.vrt. Corner cf Monroe and Jefferson
continue )Inisinem at bin old stand xvhrrc WALKER ICE ICE streets. S. S. KNIGHT,
p WLL & GWYNN, Jan. 13, 1849. 2 tf May 12, 1&49. 19
liopeitto wait on such of his friends as hate _May 2'J, JS4!. 21 Atty's for Pl'ff. REGULAR supply of this desirable article will Wholesale & Retail Grocer k Prmicu Dealer,
extended HO liberal a patronage, piomi Liverpool Salt. A be kept at the Rail Road Depot in the Great FLOEli.T7"EEPS
that all shall course Bargains--Real Estate. TALLAHASSEE .
inj have Rood articles lair Florida Middle Circuit.IN ,
prices. 1.) ECEIVED per Schooner Lucy l3ltke GOO Sacks of next week. Those wishing the article will
April 2i. 1649. 17: __ AISIKN; CIRCUIT COURT. IX Liverpool Salt. For sale bvJOHN please procure their Tickets at the Drug Store of E. TWILL sell my plantation, 640 acres, one mile constantly hand.anJotfs for sale at a
JL North of J.\_ small advance standard
DENIIAM.Newport BARNARD JR. Ice will be delivered the TallEhassee: finely watered more than cost, for cashtll the
;; Archibald McPhatter at Rail
Pore Sulphate of Quinine. Guardian ) one half standing in timber, rich hammock at .OO articles in his line. Flours of fJprovtd qualities -
March $
of Thomas Wilks I ATTACHMENT 31st 1940.Pickled Road Depot until 7 o'clock a"dill no case icillit be
jubscribers hare on hand two hundred and } Sum : delivered without Tickets-oersons wishing the per acre. Also my house and lots in Tallahassee, -Sugars, Coffees. Teas, BacorvfHams. Pork,
TilE ti. -
ounce of Sulpliate of Quinine,which I they John Johnson. J)J sworn to $110. Mullet. will please take notice of this. The price delivered for 1500. Ttrms-One third Cash,the balance in Soap, Candles, Lard, and all sirnilt articles together

have obtained direct from the two equal annual installments, fiom 1st with Fruits, Irish Potatoes'JDnions, hut'!.
manufacturers, and "PHE c-efendant and all other Interested will take BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLET of at the Depot, is 3 cents per Ib. Tickets (or January
they will warrant it to be a article. 50 r.650. JOHN P. DuVAL. Figs, Almonds,and all otheruticleiusually
t superior 1 note of the of this f> Ibs. will be issued.A .
commencement suit
by attachment the fir t catch, and in fine order.
found in similar '
Bel Air
We have enlarged our clock of Drug. and Medi small: of Ice will be at E. May 5, IS t9. 19 establishments. f
and appear and plead,) to t the declaration fi. For wale low by MeNAUGIlT & ORMOND. supply arnard's.whtre Store Monroe
nest door
tines bj recent anivalf, and are prepared to execute led in this 'ut'n.. E. GIBSON, Newport, November 25, 18049. 19 a Ticket f for 5 lb.. will procure 4 lbs. Ice. street. above G. H. MegiBis,on

orders'tor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, May 11:1, 1S49 20 Ally of PUT. Those wanting Ice in large quantity for parties Tin Manufactory. 28 J -
on the mod accommodating terms. &.C., will please send their orders to Mr. Nash. at engaged additional workmen we.are 1349.* 17 Jy

: v We have also a few account yet due to us for the 1)R. )J; S. BOND Iron, &c. the Depot, two or three diys before it will be called HAVING to fill all orders in our line in"a -.- t.1Tobaccos. \---

Tear 1S17. They are et-hprally in email amount, A FULL assortment of Iron,2 to 7 inches wide, for.so that it may be at hand if/possible. prompt and satisfactory manner. All orders from *

but if the whole could be paid shortly. it would go OFFERS his ,professional \ ('? to the citizens 40 kegs Nails assorted sizes, principal Depot it at JVttrporf,where it can the country will receive immediate attention..' A FULL supply manufactured T/aceos,just re*

4 tar towards liquidating Ccl lain sums hich wt' 0"e. and theiurroundingcountry. Just received and for sale by be obtnined in any quantity, by*apply ing' to Mr. liberal discount given", to merchants and dealers'- A ceived and/or sale by "IMcNAUGHT

LEWIS fc AMES. Oflic at Col, Fisber'a.HirUrl. McNAUGHT t ORMOND. DA MEL LADD, Ti WHITE&CO. 4 ORM05D.

April I6tJ. 41 )Iay2 1817. 4J if Newport March-10, 1512. 10 Tallahassee, June 2, 181:?. 22 '' June 9, 1819 I 23 Newport, March fO, 1349.

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