The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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May 12, 1849
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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Semi-weekly Floridian

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THE FLORIDIAN JOURNALI I e.11al l be appointed by the President of the Unie and after the thirtieth day of June next all imports BATTLE NIAGARA OR BRIDGEWATER. BALLAD OF T TEMPEST. ; :1:t J

& )" advice and consent o subject to duty and whereon the duties are not paid No woman Is educated, says Burnap, who ,f '

rrsJJitirt EnJ Y IA1CU r. Senate in the Department of the Treasury', as one when assessed,shal be deposfted sn the public ware The wo rich as seen mightier armies move BT JAMES F. nrL is not equal to the tlc t5Irul tmnagenrenlof: ,
of its bureaus, to be called the Comm a-ioner of Cu.tomwhoshallperform .- house.Irom they may be taken out for immediate over more m'morable fields, and followed by J
TEEMS : that act,at We were crowded in the cabin, a family. Although it docs not require o \1.
all the acts, and exercise exportation under the provisionof\ .
( the far uf
all the of the notes resounding trumpet Not a soul would dare to .Ieep,- much talent to rule a household it doe to ;
TnEt DOLLAIS per annum if paid jn advance. powers, DOW devolved by law I on the first any time within two years and an. payment a '
THBCC AND A HALF, if paid within six tnontU. Comptroller of the Treasur. to the receipt duties may be withdrawn for consumption within fame ; buta loodier scene for those engaged, I was midnight on the waters, rover a state, still it requires talents of thename f

FOUR DOLLARI, if not paid until the end theycat. from customs and of collectors ( the United States at any time within one year; but a severer tria of courage and discipline, or And a storm waa on the deep. kind. As he makes tbe best general ,i '

Cl-Tbue terns will be rigidly adhered to, and er o1licer.of the cu.torls. or connected there ith.; no goods subject to duty shall be hereafter enteredfor one whose actm was more closely associated Tis a fearful thing; in winter. who has begun at the lowest post and passed 'I:! t,
who shall hold his office by the same tenure,and receive drawback for drawback, after theyare with the "
bo will be discontinued until all arrearages are exported and beautiful in nature, the To be shattered in the blast,
paper of( the publishers. Sub- I the same amount of salary as the First Auditorof withdrawn from the custody of the officers of the lublr And to hear the trumpet up through every grade of ofce-a J f:"
unl? were
paid Bribers be received for three months at One the Treasury, and paj able in the same manner. customs : Provided, however, That nothing herein Thunder,.* cut away the toast !1" makes the best admiral who ent navy .o' t',
Dollar wi months at $1 50. Every order for the And the Secretary of the Treasury shall transfer I contained is intended to modify the laws relating to near the shres of that rapid river, whose in the most inferior station because} they and '
be with from the office of the First Comptroller such clerksas export of goods to Canada or Chihauhua the goo. current minglei lake with lake. by So we shuddered there in silence ; alone I' ,
of this county muit accompanied lard they are acquainted with the whole
paper Cut his breath, com :
For the held
be to the bureau of the Commissioner when entered fof export are immediately ( that stoutest .1
of may necessary I was catarac whose of
th. cash unless the order through our
any ofa subaltern's
culn. of Custom., for w hoc the said Secretary tf of the United States, nor is it intended hereby to worl While the hungry sea was roaring pass duty-so that woman will :
regularly. authorized agents in the State. the Treasury shall also appoint one chiel clerk, at a modily the laws in relation to pickled fish or refined es over the precpice, rushing, roars into And the breakers talked with Death. manage a family with the greatest ease and .f f," .,
of seventeen hundred dollars annum. the gulf below I The ceaseless spray rises up who
salary sugar. And thus we talked in darknts, efficiency, experimentally the da- 4
ADVEBTXSEMEXTBWill Sec. 13. Jlnd be it further enacted, That an officer Section 6. Jlnd be it further enacted That the like incense to the eternal father. The Each one busy in his prayers ; ties of member of it. t"
be i inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square shall bo appointed in the Treasury Departmentby Solicitor of the Treasury, under the direction of the beams of the sut, moon and stars, fall cease. .We lost!" the captain shouted, ever !
cf twelve lines for the first,and fifty cents for each the Secretarp of the Treasury, to be called the Secretary of the Treasury, shall require from all collectors leisly on that and are sent back in As he.staggers down the stairs. Daughters who neglect this part of education '
subsequent insertion. A reasonable deduction Assistant Secretary of the whose and sun eyors acting a!collectorsnew bonds i pra ( are entirely without excuse, and heir
Treasury salary
on legal notices, estate notices. ,j ear. hall be three thousand dollars per annum.payablein with sufficient sureties, for such um and in such colored hues source of light. So it But his little daughter whispered," mothers are still more to blame. The very M

1 ly notices without alteration, by persons hanngregular ; the same manner a that of( the Secretary of the form as shall be prescribed by raid Secretary. The was when weeliry into the field of battle,the As she took his,ie hand, apology which is often made fur the neglect of

accounts with the office. Treasury)',who shall examine all letters, contractsand said new bonds to be taken befor- the day fixed for I slant beams setting sun, returning from "II't Go ppon the ocean it is the .
All of for FIVEPOLLARS this act to take effect. shall be the duty of the same as on the land, r greatest condemnation of those who
candidae. ofce. fur the of the Secretary
announcment. watrnl. prepared signature I the encircled the advancing column ;
of I spray offer it. It is said those
-invariably in advance. ? of the Treasury, and who shall perform all Secretary of the Treasury, at the commencement Then wekissedthe little maiden by who are growing Pup ;K
with rainbow down
will be paid to any o'rderlor announcement unless such other duties in the office of the Secretary of the each session of Congress to report to each house. a colors! The sun went to And we spoke in better cheer in ignorance i of these things "Any one can _
accompanied with the cash. statement or statements, presenting the amount of many an eyr, no more to rise on earth .
Treasurynow performed by some of f his clerks. as And \\t anchored safe in harbor learn how to keep hOI c when it ia
AM religious, marriage and o'jitaary notices pub-. may .J.n tilm t,o the{secretary of t the Treasury money expended at each custom-house in the United With darkness came the greater rage of When the morn was shining clear who necessr. ,
tithed -IatIitAtdiV l i fc.i -diton.l not for private appoint a clerk at a salary of States, during the fiscal year next preceding, and also battle after Fora Any one loves her husband and .
charge made. --------
benefit, will b'charged a adHrlsemenh. wuenteen hundred dollars t>e: annum, who shall the number persons employed. and the occupation ;the was MILITARY GLORY. to his interests, will make herselfaccomplished
-- ( and salary of each at each of the said time faint beam of thp moon struggledwith : in those "
perform such duties a cle.k in the Treasury Department person things as soon as she is married.
JOB WORK. in aid of wid a Assistant Screta.11 may custom-hotter during (the period the smoke and gave a little light. The There is something inexplicable in the rev. As might the young man "Oh, what i,
weI say
IV are well prepared to execute Job Work such assigned to hfin by the Screta March, J849. moon becann obscured, and no light,save the erence paid by men to honors won in battle. use for me to learn profession, or make

I bills,cards, blanks,pamphlets!,tc.,with neatness Sec. 14. And be it further enacted, That the -.- -- rapid flashes musket and cannon, piercedthe The world's history appears indeed, to he : .
iii n nc ? fl A ''NI n? fi nn myself acquainted with the details of business .
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and despatch. All work of this description. Secretary oftlie Treasury khall transfer Iron the of. l heavy clouds. The the rather in the of battle-fields my
fight raged in history ,
______ __ preserved ? When I married if I love r
accounts with ----- -- ------ -_ --- &m ,
except for perboni having yearly fice of the First Comptroller one of his ) 'u my
darkness of right. From the of the than in other It is true that .
the office, must be paid fcr on delivery. perform the same duties in the office the Commissioner HOW GIRTY GOT THE BEEF. height any way. very wife it will then he time enough to lar aprofession : .
o ridge the of the still the struggles of with his fellow have ,
of Customs,al also such portion ot the battery enemy poured man man or to accomplish myself the details '
---- --- contingent fund of the office of the First Comptrollrr On :trip up the Tennessee river, Jim and fourth its deadly tire. been incessant, and the contest for power or of business." Would there he '\

BY AUTHORITY. a may he required in that of the Commissioner of his crew got out of meet. They could not It was that the gallant Miller said I fame makes up the daily current political of total failure any surer
omen and discomfiture 1 'fhatwhjchawotnancanlearntodojnafewmontbs
Customs, in consequence ot the transfer of clerks think it fair to be without meat in a cane will try." It was then that Scott piloted his events : but that will hardly account for the !

ltd and Reolutons passed at the Second Ses from one from office that to office another to another.or the transfer And the of a Secretary messenger -. country, and where there were so iiany fat column through darkness to Lundy'u Lane.- fact that, while a few men worship at old under the tuition of love, can certainly 1:, .

rtrlh Congress.No. of he Treasury shall transfer one of hN messen. cattle. So, a usual, they selected tie best It[ was then tint brave regiment charged to shrines of learning and do homage to the divinity 1 learned to much advantage under b

gers to the office of the Secretary of the Interior 'I' and fattest beef they could find ; they obtained the cannon's mouth. The battery was (ta. dwelling in them, by far the greater por. tuition ofa mother.greater '
{ 39. AN ACT to establish the Home Department also such portion of the contingent Hind of the office I one that would weigh about 700 pounds ; ken. The victory rests with the American tion of race are better satisfied with view then is all so easy to learn
,and to provide for the Treasury Department of the Secretary of the Treasury as may be required : certainly they are utterly inexcusable ,
dressed it and took it bairdAbout ing battle-fields and relics of hard blows, battered .
they neatly on -- army.It
in the office the of the in who
an A si istoot Secretary of the Treasury,and a com ot Secretsry Interior con neglect it. It is no degradation to the
three hours afterwards fourleeu is the battle is ended. The swords and shields and the like evidences ,
missioner the customs. sequence of the transfer of cleiktf from one depart. men midnight, finest lady to know all the domestic
.JJe it enacted by the Senate and Jloase of Jlepremtativei men to the other r came down to the boat with rifles, chargingJim I army faint and weary, drags itself from the of man's hatred to man. Few who visit I affairs. It is honorable! detail :
lobe her !
$ efthe United States of.tmerica in Con. S"r. J 5. .indbeitfuither enacted. That nothing with having stolen a Jim dtl not bloody plain. The sink to their couch I Greece, care to search out the favorite resortsof ought
and after the of in his set contained be (ruid to affect btef wel pride. A woman, though she be t
That from passage Ihal fo ccm> as may 4 t"mlcd. show The crew attentionto to dream of homes The wounded : the philosophers ; but all rush to Marathonor a
of fght. beautiful .
shall be created I new executive department or impair any powers ce.nerrtd. or duties as the morning, as wise Minerva, ,
of the government of the United Slates,to devolved on the Secretary of the Trea ury, in relation was going on-some were sitting on groan in their painful hospitals. The dead I Thermopylae. Even in countries made and as accomplished ns the Graces a to

be called the Department ff the Interior;the head of to the transfer sff-k tping. or dilLu'rsemnt of running boards, with their feet dangling in rest till the last trumpet shall summon them to interesting by modern events, few care to re. I know all the details of house atttir ought

-' which depaitmcnt shall! be called Secretary ol I the public moneys, by the act of t the sixth ot I August l,one I the water-several were lying upon deck on the last array. The warrior with his gar. main for any great length of time in the hou. I ___ __ __< (.

\ the Interior United who shal, by be aud appointed with the by the advice President mid consent of- act thousand to provide eight for hundred the better and orgar.izationoftlietrea.sury fortyix entitled t"An. :i blankets-every one seemed dul and stipified. ments rolled in bloo has left the scenes of i sea of great or good men, or to tread on ground : The Bible.-How comes it that little tot.I !.

of the Senate, and10 thil hold his office by and for the collection, safe-keeping tiansler, '! Jim vas seated on the of the bjat, strugles pains dtath. Some kind friend hallowed by the foot-steps of departed wor. I ume,composed by humble men in a rude age

the same tenure, same salary, a the and disbursement ol the public revenue" his bead testing on his hand, when again as. may have sought him whether. alive or dead ; ''I thies, while the mass pour steadily to Waterloo I when art and science were' but in their chfld. ; t

&c'tari.ol the other executive cepaTtrents. and ROBT. C. WIXTKOP, assailed. but the war.drum had ceased to roll, and now I to Culloden, Marston Moor, and a hundred I: hood, has exerted more influence on the, human

It woo this .hil. perform fell the duties assigned by Speaker (the. louse. of Representatives.G. "I say, your men have been stealing the the solemn! sonorous fall Niagara is to the I similar places, renowned as soil fertilized I I mind and on the social system, than alltheotherhooksputtogethet I

\ Sec. 2. Andbe further enacted That the Secretatj Vice President of( the United States best beef in all these parts." I dead their! requiem, and to, the living their II by the blood of men. Iffurtheritustrationofthe i ? 'aVhencecomes

: of the InttriorbJl exercise and perform all and President of the Senate. 44 There must be some mistake," said Jin song of glory I fact that men worship military glory were I i it that this book has achieved such marvellous 1

the acts of supervision appeal is regard to the ArrnovED, March 3, JS4t tery quietly. The battle Niagara has been, by mistake needed, it may be found in the attention paid I! changes in the opinions of mankind-has ban '

office of the Commissioner ot Patents now excrci- JAMES K. POLK. .You lie, your men were seen skinnhf or accident, commonly called in the United I to soldiers who have fought bravely, comparedwith ished abolished infanticide .
,.'d by the Secretary ot State; and the said Secretaryvfthe idol.worbipbas
it." Slates the battle of Bridgewater in the offi that paid to men who are known -has .
; and divorce ,
al! requisitions for the advance [No. O.3] AN ACT to authorize the coinage of gold amy
Interlrhallign) mon.y out uf the treasury '(in estimates dollars and double(cle. "There i h strangerabout there, maybe cal report of the, British General, it was call I giants in intellect! ; but the fact is too notorious i I aIted the condition)of woman-raised-the

or accounts,subject to the Fame adjustment He it enacted by the Sitiate Du Hovte c-f lirp- said Jim. the battle of Lundy's Lane. I has been to need proof. ,, standard of public moralty-reated for families .

or control now .>\erci!rd on similar estimate! or accounts rctcntatitcs of the I'nittd of .frntrira in Yes, )yes, we know there i is* Grangers I usual however, to call a battle, or other im- An illustration is afforded by an anecdote : that blessed! thing,a home-and I .

by of theTreaiury.SLC. the Firnt or Filth. Auditor and First Comptroller to Consieis time, struck asstmllfd and coined, That' at then-the hal of be the,Ironi United time here on this very boat-they have the bed" por'ant events, from the most remarkable object ofKosciusko in his retirement, not long before caused its other triumphs! by causing benevolent ,

3. .fnd bt it further enatlid. That the Secretary States and the branches thereof.rmt conformably in all on board, and we will have it." near the action. Fought, a this battlewas I l his death. He then resided in I cottage 'I institutions, open and expansive, to spring <

of the Interior shall peilurm 1 all the duties in I, respects!to law, (except that on the reverse"of the "The boat is open, go look for yourselves near that mighty cataract which makes : in a village of France; and during the invasion -I up as with the wand of enchantment 1'I'I,

relation te the General Land Office: of supervision gold dolljrthe figure of the eaele shall be omitled.) gentlemen ; but you'll find a mistake certain one of the wonders of nature ; with courage : of ,Fiance, a Polish regiment from the I What sort of a book is this, that even the wind
and discharged bthe Secretary of the i ,
appeal nnw and conformably in all to the standaid for
Treasury; and the said Ftcretir.oft the I Interior shall Bold coins now established respects by law,coins of gold of -but satisfy yourselves, gentlemen, on that and constancy worthy of such an association, I Russian army passed through the village. i and waves human passions obey it ? What ..

-in all r"I'l.i'ioll (tor &d\ncp or pa\ment oil the following denomination and \1\(1.,'iz: double head." f why should it not be from these loud sounding Some outrages were committed by the soldierly other engine of social improvement has operated -1 1j

money ot treasury, on estimates or accounts, I Iipprov'd I eaclec, each to be of the value 01 twenty dolbr or .TIt we will, and in an instant, or have watiT? Let il tlimi. be cal'd"TIH, hallt; i und Kosciuslvo, an old and feeble man, I so long, and yet lost none of its virtue 1 t .

or certified bv the Commissioner ol the unit. and gold
(exercised neral Land by Ofct. subject Comptroller to the came of the control Treasury.SEC. now. I dollar Sec., 2.or .Jndbe unit. it further enacted That for all So, atj] it they went, first having placed )and the fame of the living, roll on with those i. When I was a Polish soldier," he said, we I!I have been tried and f'ied. many. f ,

4. .Ind be further enacted That the supervisory I sums whatever the double eagle sha11.e a legal tender three men as a guard, to see that the crews waters to the distant future. I I did not do thus." h Who are you that epeal: codes jurisprudence have run :

power "evercUeJ: by the Secretary ot for twenty dolar and the dolar shall be a did not play some stick. The others made al Speaking of this battle an English writer :: so boldly! ?" asked an officer very rudely. "I I their course, and expired. Empire after em. t 1 j.

the Treasury over tile acnunt1 of the man-hals!. I legol tender dolar. search by rolling and re-rolling everything in I remarks; : !I am Kocusko. was the quiet reply. The I pire has been launched on the tide of time, ,
I clerks, and other'offieelHofalltliecourtsot the United Sec. 3. .ind bttfurlhu'enacted, That all law the boat and still beef found. !I rank rank and and
no was i Numerous as were the battles of Napo- to corp flp gone down, leaving no trace on the '
I wa
; States, be exercised bthe Secretary ol( the I' in force in the of the {United
I the tl.ali, shall sign all requisitions fir the .I and the striking rtltion and coining coils the same,shall, fellow declared that they had left no place. eon, and brave u were his soldiers, I do not 1 I corps, until it grew to a shout of intense W. ters. But this book is still going about doing ,

I advance or payment of money out of the treasury,on so far as applicable, have full force and eftect in is- unsearchcd where the four quarters ofa cat lelieve. that even he, the greatest warrior I:1 votion, and, the march abandoned. all gath. I good, leavening society with its hcly principles ,

I t.tlmole or accounts, subject to the same control i ion to the coins herein authorized, whether t the could lIe hid, let alone a big ox. The same tiat ever lived can produce an instance of a : ered in a mass around the veteran defender of -cheering the sorrowful with its sweet' \
n w exercised on like estimates 1 or the said law are penal or otherwise; nhethcr theyare Jim he wishedthe Poland. consolation
? Rccounttv gravity was preserved by ; Ontest: so weI! maintained: or in proportion to I -strengthening the tempted-en.
I'irt Auditor and First Comptroller sur.Se. for preventing counterfeiting or debasement for gentlemen to be satisfied. t i tie\ engaged, so bloody that ofhippewa. Possibly it may be said that he was venerated couraging the penitent-.-calming the !troubled
:: .ind be itfurtl'r enacted, That the Secretary protecting currency, for regulating and guarding I a .
the Interior shall exercise the supenisory the process!striking and coining. 1 d the piepar- The fact was, while the crew were skin ( ." as a statesman. Doubtless he ras by I spirit-and smoothing the pillow of death.- i'

and appellate powers now exercised by the Secreta- ations therefor,or for the securi'y of tht coin, or for ningthe \beef one of them discovered a man ____ home, but the soldiers remembered the Gene. I I Can such a book be the offspring of human .

r of the War Departmen, in relation to all acts of I any other purpose watching them from behind a tree. They What have From.- ral. I genius ? Does not the vastness of its effects *
Commissioner of Indian Affairs and shall Sec. 4. Jndbe further That in I our fine luil sprang t.-
sin iidjus-
; I enacted. took no notice of it, but when they came to Tie Peach al- In our own country, the passion for military demonstrate the excellency of the power to be
all reuililion for the ad\fcf or (payment of money t, ting the \eighl of gold coins henceforward,I tlefolI originally was a poisonous .
out (f treiMurv, on estimates or accounts, subject ;-I lowing deviations from the standaid weight shall not the boat, they told Jim they were caught.- mind. Its flesh parts were then used to pois. renown has increased rapidly. It is I question of God ? :I"'

to the came adjustment or control now exercised I be exceeded in any of the single it'ces-namel"', in He fccrathed his bead awhie. and then pre. on arrows, and it was for this purpose introduced of serious moment to the philanthropist, ',

fIn similar estimates or accounts by the Second Auditor -; the double eagle, the eagle and the hal t3/1t one I pared for jut such a as he received.He .- into Persia. The transplanting and whether this is not likely to produce danger. Manufacture of Gold.-' have read that '' &
and Second Comptroller of the of a grain, and in the dol ,
Treasury.Sea. quarter
hal placed the four of beef the ous results.-Journal of Commerce. Boyle once very nearly succeeded in making "
6. .Indie of quarters on culivation, however, not only removed its .1
it further enarted., That the Secretary one quarter a grain; and that, inwejghinga I .
I he
that showed the
of the Interior shall exercise the supervisory large number of pieces toget her,hen delivered Ji cmtb deck of the boat and spread the hide over j poisonous qualities, but produced the delicious I I gold ; experiment to Sir "

a"d appellate power tw wntTT ed by the Bccr U- eliusfroinpr. to lb. Ir".urer. aixi from the tria. them : on this }Lc spread all the blankets, and I fruk we now enjoy. Value of Honesty.-An old trader among I Isaac Newton, when both became frightened -
I net of the War and Navy Departments, in relationto surer to the depositors, the deviation from the standard four men lay down on these blankets. Jim I the Northern Indians, who bad some I! and threw away the ingredients. A gentleman ( .
all the acts of the Commissioner ol Pensions; and weight hall not exceed three penn}weights in The originally a berry like years ago communicates to the editor of the .
before stated, was the bow of the boat Cherry 1'as Mining
on established himself the Wisse.Y
I shall sign all requi-ition for the advance or }>a>- one thousand double' eagle; two pennyweights in I a a, tells a .,
fruit and cultivation: has each berry a Ii Journal that
ment of money out of the treasury, on estimates or one thousand eagles; one and one-laf: ] pennyweights continually wishing the gentlemen to be : given story, with a moral worth recollecting, having experimented some ten
account, subject to ihe same adjustment or control ill one thousand half eagles; one pennjweigKt in I satisfied, but they would find a mi'ake sar- separate stem, ar-d improved its quality. The goo his first trials of trading with his red years ago on the stratification ofthe earth and # '
exercised similar estimates one thousand and one-half I mazzard the original 1 of most of t the formation mineral '
now on or accounts by quarter eagles; ot a ptn- tin. common i.1 customers. The Indians who deposites. believes I
the Third or Fourth Auditors and Second Compircilerot'theTre.asury. weight in one thoulald gold dollars., Look about and bo satisfied the present kinds of cherries. The common evidently wanted t with truthful results, he turned one of his
I up
March 3, IfVJ. gentlemen ; I goods, and had 'both money (which they
Sec. 7. And be it further tarltd, That the Secretary .rpro\'ed -. look where you please,gentlemen ; be satisfied, wild par is e'cl inferior to the choke pear, called shu-ne-ah) and fIr flocked about his t 0 old experiments accidentally a few daY ago ,. ,

of the Interior shall exercise air the supervisory [(No. 41.] AN ACT requiring al nu>ne\s receivable but there is one thing I must ask of you ; not I but sli }' cultivation! it has come to rank a. store, and examined goods, hut for sometime when he found, running in a kind ;

and appellate powers now exorcised by the Secr e. from cusl-jms and all 8IurctI'to be paid to dihtuib them ick men-we burried two mong our finest fruits. bought nothing. Finally, their string through one part, a small quantity of !.

tary of State,in relation to all acts of marshals and I immediately into the treasury without abatement : yesterday with the small pox-and them there The cabbage originally camo from Germany with a large body of his followers, visited chief, gold. No gold was used in the experiment,' i' \
others in of the U.
taking and returning the census i or reduction,and for other and the conclusion
mated States; and shall sign all requisitions\ fop the I Belt enacted bu the Senate purposes.House of Rrprt' I four men are very sick-very sick indeed and i nothing more than the commonsea and accosted him with-" How do, Thomas ; arrived at is, that it had .

advance payment of money out of the t treasuryon I scntativesofthe United Stales alt of Americain Con- I gentlemen, and I must beg of you not to disturb kale. Its cul.ivation: produce the present i show me goods ; I take fouryard calico, three been formed from looe of the other subs t an-?'" ;

estimates or accounts, subject to the same adjust- great atttnibled. That from and alter the thirtieth I I them ; it always is the worst thing you cabbage and its different kinds ; while its hy. coon-skins for yard, pay you by'mby-to.mor. ces. This, nothing to what is assorted I:

tnent or control now exercised over similar estimates day of June, eighteen hundred and fotty-nine, the i i can do, to disturb a sick man, especially if he bridations with other similar plants have pro. row ;" received his goods and left. Next day, by an iron.founder of this town. This) t ,
and accounts by the Fifth Auditor and First amount of all duties received '
gross fiom customs, be near his last-it kind o' makes the I with his whole band I I gentleman must have discovered the true phi. _' > .
Comptroller of the Treasury.Sice. from the pales of public lands,and from all miscellaneous I bloo, duced the cauliflower.This he returned his blankets f .
8. further enacted That the eu- *i.ource, (or the use of the United States, shall I I fly to the headto be disturbed." But long the benefits cultivation in the stuffed with coon-skins. American man, I i losopher's stone, which so many sages of the t :' .i
pervisory and appellote powers now exercised: b, theSecretary be paid by the officer or agent receiving the same into I before he had closed his speech, he had no lis.teef. shows now ;" with this he began counting out I olden time spent their lives in trying to obtain. ".
of the the lead and other 1 vegetable world ; but the change which cul. pay I I He declares that he has >_' ; .
Treasury over the treasulY of the United States at a early a dayas If ever there were pale faces, fallen the skins, he had handed him over twelve. out a process ., ,'
mine of the United Stole*, and over .the account of'I practicable, without any abatement or deductionon tivation has effected in the mind of man is in. unti by which he can change of iron ( j,
and looks quantity
of any
jaws, set it
ghastly a men, moment's he offered the
Then :
the among a '
agents thereof, shall be exercised"by SIce. account of salary, f.e costs, charges expen-ses, finitely greatir.-American Agriculturist. aler pause into gold. Before three months ha t
of the Interior all was about that time and place. They moved trader he did it are over, i 1
tary ; who sign requisitionsf or claim of any description whatever: l Provided, one more, remarking, a :- "
< the advance or iaymento1 money out of the treasury That nothing herein containe shall be construed to off without speaking a word. Jim got clear "That's it." "I handed it back," said the says we shall hear more of this marvel. He I t L **:j

on estimates or accounts, tntjtc to the same alter the existing regulating the collection of of his visitors,and kept the beef.-West Boat Chale AlbertThere have been various trader, telling him he owed me but twelve, promises to produce gold in tons-in'shor in t f' .
adjustment or control now on similar..ti- the revenues ofthePost Office Department. reports in respect to the flight of the King of any quantity.-Li '
man. and would not cheat him. We continued to Albin.
matt accounts by the Second Auditor aud Second Scion 2. Jlnd be it further enacted That so after tiedisastrous battle of Norva.ra r r f
Comptroller of the Treasury. money .as may be necessary)' for the payment of Clerical Wit. A hoi- Sardinia sudden abdication of his throne. pass it back and forth, each one asserting that TO THE LADIES. ; *r.
Sec. 9. Jlnd be it enacted That the su- country preacher, and his ;
further debentures or bounties and allowances, it belonged to the other. At last he appearedto '
Pervisory! and appellate powers now exercised by the which are or may drawback authori7.d and payable after ding forth on a very sultry day in a small hal, I The Marseilles "Nouvelliste" of the 30th of be satisfied ; gave me a scrutinizing look, The Grudging man that the doth price no of paper one a take year, ,5 it.I .,.
of the United Statesover the Commissioner much those who We learn at the moment of
President .- the day aforesaid be and the same are hereby appropriated was annoyed by kept dropping March, says : placed the skin within the folds of his blanket, Will never a good husband make :
of Public Buildingi, shall be exercised by the Secretary for I that purpose out of any money in the in after the service had commenced, going to press, tht Charles Albert is expec. Because his wife can never know what is .; \ ",
of the Interior; who shall sign all requisitions treasury,to be expended under the direction of the stepped to the door and gave a )'el, and cried ;)
and invariably closing the door after them.- ted in our city, that apartments have been going on i in the world,and his children I
\ ,
for the advance payment of money out of the Secretary of that department, according to the laws with a loud voice : Come, come, and trade "
o He bore the vexation with Job like him and his suite at the Hotel \'i very ignorant appear. 3ff5 J&m. )'
secured for
treasury on ettimates, or accounts, subject to the authorizing debentuees or drawback bountiesand patience ; with tho pale face, he no cheat Indian ; his sell his corn to buy a horn *'' #..
same adjustment or control now exercised on similar allowances: Provided. col.ctou of, but, at length, being fairly exhausted by the d'Orient." The Courier des Etats Unis I heart big." He then turned to me and said : And live on borrowed bread! .Jt f }'
timate o accounts by the First Auditor and the customs shall be the disbursing agents pay the extreme oppressiveness of the heat, he vociferated states that the exkinga in fact on the routeto J iB i 7 4
Raise the chime-there',
First Comptroller of the : aforesaid debenturesdrawbacks and allowances ," You take that skin, I tell! Indian no trade 'nary two lines of a M. }l. 4
Treasury Pitd,1hattlob1nr offender the nights of the 28th and S '
an : Marseilles during lengthbut moral i sublime! s'i
i ia this section contained .h1 ; and that all debenture certificates i..ut'according with you drive you of like dog-but now ._ ,,. -, 1 ," i
% Friend do, for goodness sake let that door 29th and that at Antibes he attempted in r *
takefrom the presiding oKfU ott.f two Louses to law shall received in payment of( duties ; Indian's friend, we your's." &Before
Congress.. the power now pOSt by them to at t the custom-house where the same has, been. be open. I believe if I were preachitl in a vain to rserVe his incognito, under the name you sundown, I was waist deep in furs, and Lord Wellington was in favor of duelling
takt and, enforce rules and regulations for the care, issued the laws regulating drawbacks: Laving been bottle, you would put the cork ofount de Borge. The crowd pressed to lost when it was necessary. Col..Campbell wa* I
So I
down cash.
with nothing by
"ration, orderly keeping, and police of the complied with. New York Tribune free thehotel where he lodged, so that loaded insulted at a ball but did not resent it. and
".Ptol.and its appurtenances.S Section 3. Jlnd le further enacted That it shall l'ct.-The ( door my honesty. Wellington avoided him.
10. .lndbe it further enacted. That !the SecWarv be the duty of the Secretary of the Treasury to fciib- soil Whig.) in an article defending the National he was forced t> present himself upon the balcony 0 his for Campbell* went to

-I of the Interior shall have and exercise a supervisory mit to Congress at the commencement of the next Intelligencer an attack of the Eve. where ha was saluted by enthusiasticcries Snoring.-My uncle P- was an awful tent an explanation. -- ,

,3 power and c/ntrolover the board of in- regular session,estimates of appropriations which fling Post, most truly-That of Vice Charles Albert!. The ant ban. snorer. He could be heard further than a You have disgraced your country, air.-
IPctof and warden the penitentiary of the Dis may icquired to prouide for (the expenses of collecting says paper desire to be You Buffered a Portugese officer to insult
of o b (meaning the Intelligencer) ha never, so, far ties of the city having expressed a blacksmith's forge ;, but my aunt became so you,
for ,
Columbia all "
tne ; reuisition. the revenue from and also from the and did not resent it.
cstom. he addressed them in words j
.hal.ig him
it that i it soothed her
advance or payment money out t reasury I public lands,(or the second half of the next fiscal a we are aware, offered any opposition to presented to : accustomed to rtpos.- ** I shot him four
n e.tmate or Iccont., subject to the .tame ad. year,and separate estimate for the said purpose for the Free Soil cause, though located in and full of emotion, expressed at the, same time They were a very domestic couple, never slept al." at this morning, gener -

j1t or control now exercised on similar esti- the year ending t the thirtieth June,eighteen hundred I mainly sustained by a slavehold community. his regret a the unfortunate circumstancesof apart for many' years. At length my uncle -
motes or. account by the First; Auditor and First and fifty, and similar estimate*'from jear to year tho Evening Post know of D mo. condition, and of bit satisfaction at was required to attend a Court at some bun. I beg your pardon,'* said Wellington._
Doe any
the ".elufY. thereafter.Section. found first asylum in the hospitable land after his Take my arm ; let us walk through te
The first
Sec. of which be a dred miles distant. .night j
H. Jlnd be further enacted, That the Secryof 4. .n'be further enacted That so erotic journal tht same can truly ranks." ,
rt the Interior is hereby authorized to ape much m nf1..1 may be:necessary to pay the expense said 7"-Richmond Enquirer. of France, ** I sought ,death, said he, by departure, my aunt neverslept a wink ; she .

Jw Dt tchiefcer1orhi. department, who shall re- of collections referred to in the next preceding exposing ryself every possible way to the missed the snoring. The recond night passed i.

el" dollars per annum; sectioincIuding the first half of the next fiscal Hair Brained." Papa, one of my schoolfellows balls at Novara ; but, unfortunately, they !I away in the so me way without sleep. She Women are Rarely Confused.-A. young

;! MW that the President of the United States, on the year and until specific appropriations for the objects )'s'hi brother wear moustachios.- shunned ne." aWe i into a bad and probably gentleman who was in the act popping the t
1 Commendation ay from of the the sid Secretary of the Interior, shall be made by Congress, be and the tame are what are they Moustacbios, my eon, are learn further ,through the Courier des would getting have died very,' bad it way not been for the question to a young lady, was interrupted by '

to rik! to.fe Departen of the Treasury Interior. Department,such clerks proper in i the I hereby, lo'be approprialed.out expended after the of any thirtieth money June in the, eighteen treasury bunches of hair "or on the lip "by certain I Etati Unisthat the Sardinian Minister at Paris, ingenuity of a, servant girl ; the took the roJcemiU the father entering the room enquiring what

ornee dutiN I the Secretary of Treasury as perform t the hundred and forty-nineunder the direction ot I the dandies as a substitute for brains. Well I I bad prepared apartments there for the fugi into my dun' chamber and ground they were about. "Oh" replied the fair one, W
;I gi'eiby r which the toperyisioa and control arc Secretary thereof conformably, to law and regulation: papa, arc those who wear, moustachio&whatI live king, who was daily expected ; but that to litej>at .!' Mr.- .- was just explaining the question of

which this art to the Secretary of the Interior, Prorided, That the expenses of collecting the revenue are' called hir-braine people ? it was not their intention to remain \longTnFrance o annexation to me, and he is for immediate annexation. .
V"1 clerks khall be hereafter subject to the from customs shall not thereafter exceed the Now Patrick said judge what do the affairsof AiVe tee iC"officially announced in a circular ." %VelI." said*Papa, "if you can
IPPOtntjflafld removing pnwer of the Secretary of of cue million five hundred and sixty thousand a his plan being, as soon as '*
th.h Itnllo.I lio the clerks' in the seven >bureaus1 j sum dollars per annum, together with, such sums as under .'I you say to le'charge; are you guilty or not his kingdom should be arranged, to return from the British General Post Office,that agree on a treaty I'll ratify it. _,,

depar1mentwb: ? oe sppojntj or'removable by the littads. of. the law are paid into the treasury 'for drayage,I guilty'1" "Faih! that's difcul for yerI with his family,to Cagliari,on the island of the.Royal Mail steamers for( Boston and NPW If a man will reap" whatsoever,hra yovttW .

the bureaus are Transferred by thisStl rartape labor and storage, and in proportion for a I honor to ax, atone, : me le If till 1 1Lhej.he 1evidence. Sardinia', where,he possesses a magnificent&tA.jIThIilA11 York wi continue. to touch at Halifax aiher* what a harvest,of coats and Kreechci jhtajt _- _
12., ,rartfrt of the Interior. "I i arl. time_ .". Trni.llrt_ gcu .- -- '- ______.i1_) ___ -
"" enacted. That an 1 : C cti* iLfzirI.t' en'm dpJ.iThif 1'm.

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the Ptnwyttenian. FOREIGN.N WS.I THE FLORIDIAN & JOUBNAL ,A specimen of puritanic,intolerance, little Proscription seems to be the order of the .1 THINK OF THEE!

JACOB COLLAMER. day. The Administration cuts off the heads fa ,ti.s -, TALLAHaSSEL
and enlightenment
From tke Charlttton Mercury May :th. creditable to American liberality

: Co the 3d January: 1848, Mr. HUDSOX, We received yesterday the following des. A. E. MAXWELL _& f R. B. HILTON' of the nineteenth century, has been Democratic Collectors the people performthe think of thee! I think- of thee!

of Mas chu"etts, who is about to be, jibe has patch from our attentive correspondent : EDITOR AWB PROPRIETORS. "'I exhibited j in the refusal if the Legislature of same office for Whig Members of Con. At morn of life when hope I fs trong

net already been, rewarded with a (at office 5 6 P. M. A batch of Clerks is beheaded in flits
the BALTIMORE, May Saturday, May 12, 1843. :Massachusetts\ to grant an act of incorporationto gress. When time by so htedlewly,
General) TATIXJB offered
by scandalous resolution! in the National following House The receipt of the foreigr) intelligence by ------------- the Catholics for a College at Worcester. Washington an otfsett, three Whig Con-_ i'...,: And bears the golden hews along....

the America has been delayed by a violent More Appointments. less are guillotined Connecticut.: I think of the*lv*
Representatives This and spirit gressmen
: bigotry persecuting appear
storm, which has interrupted our telegraphic James R. Sanchez has been apponted Collector dream of thee I I dream of .
Rejoiced, That the Commitee on Military when considered in connection The edict goes forth for' the decapitation of t tee! ,
wilh the North. I send respectable,
Affairs be directed to enquire into the ex communication you of Customs at St..ouguslin'e' vice G. in several hundred officials, with the promise of At night, when slumber steeps the stn,e,
the additional details: wilh the claims which New England general
following When Fancy from cold! Reason il
of the President of the free,
E. Center
requesting decapitated. .
pediency The Continent of Europe is generally in a Massachusetts: in particular, are ever 4 more" after 1st May:-it is replied to by the
Exulting soars through
United States to withdraw to the East bank Robert Mitchell, Collector It ,Pensacola, space immense 1
of the Rio Grande OUR ARMIES NOW INV very disturbed condition, yet there are some ready, with self-complacency most( delightful slaughter of a dozen Whig Candidates for I dream o( thee! ro'
bright, on the political horizon. vice Hon. Dillon Jordan, also decapitated.
MEXICO, and to propoae to the Mexican gov. FRA spots cF.-ln apparent the National Assembly the to behold, to make to a civilzation far in ad. Congress in Virginia. It is true that the ad. think of thee! I think of the fAt .
but illustrations of tte! no-party"
\ ernment forthwith a treaty of peace on thefollowing Nothing, oonfede- ministration to numbers Has more morn,at even,at _"
President of the Council stated that r the victories vance of that of other portions of the as brought noon,at night
basis: namely : THAT WE RELIN'QUISH way removing democrats fojwhigs; 'Mid all of life's bright
i of the Austrian troops over the Piedmon. heads to the block than the people ; but then pageantry .
TY FOR THE ALL CLAIM EXPENSES TO INDE.MNI-OF( THE I tcse could not fail to produce important effects Elections on Monday Jast. racy.But these Boston Legislators doubtless a'Member of Congress from the Richmond I know but one-this pure delight I

> WAR, and that the boundaries between the throughout Central Italy. lie said that the STATE REGISTER.-SO fa'' ,as we have have to husband all their sympathy and District is somewhat more important than the To think of thee i
political crisis imminent in the Roman I'll think of thee! HI think thee
was t
United Sates; and Mexico shall be established heard, there was no candidatcrunning for the philanthropy, that they may apply them in Post Master at Marianna. Indeed, so far as
States and that France owed it to her citi. Though other thought beside
at or near the desert between the Xutces zens residing in the various portions of Italy, office of Register Public. Lads for the Statein I legislating for the good of the niggers.Who ."- legislation and carrying out Whig or Demo. With all sweet nem'ry's imagery
and the Rio Grande that Mexico shall be ,
and to the maintaining of her own proper influence opposition to the present ncumbent, Maj. doubts, if a charter were asked for a cratic policy is concerned, we are not jiure Be buried 'neath oblivion's tide-
held to all just claims due to our citizens i
at the commencement pay oftho war, and that a in that quarter, to occupy temporarilythat JOHN BEARD. We take thi to be a well. company Abolitionists, whose object should! but one member of Congress would weigh as I'll think of thee: 1

Convention bhall be entered into by the two Peninsula. Odillon Barrot then.rcad the merited tribute to that genleman, due aliketo be the abduction of Southern slaves, or, for much as 100 petty post masters. According I'll think of thee! I'll think of thee!
of law granting a credit to the Gor.croment .
nations to provide for the liquidation of those projet of a one million two hundred thousand his high character and cknowledged fit. aiding in the escape of those already fled from to this estimate, if the people continue to bring Though sickness gaunt my being blight

claims' and the mode of payment." francsfor the support of an army destined to ness for the office, and to hisfuithfulness here. their masters, that such a charter would be I in offsets to the action of the Administration, Though lightning's fire should wither me-
This scandalous resolution/ excited a burst t Yet mera'ry's last, faint, glimmering
the and occupy the States of the Church for three tofore in tho discharge important duties. granted.As the probability seems! ihzi judgment with costs Would
indignation through entire country, turn to thee!
I months. This was put to the vote, and passedby JUDGES OF PROBATE.-In this County, for the Catholics Roman Catholics if that be.
in the army was greeted with the bitterest de. or will have to go against the powers B.

nunciatioti and scorn. That it was defeatedby 112 majority. The expedition sent from Judge JAMES E. Bnoojin, brmer incumbent of our readers are squeamish about the
a majority of the House of Represen. France to Rome is composed of 18,000 men. elected if about t Excitement and: Riot in Canada. [FOR THE FLOHIDIA.AJID JOCR.NAt.)
France is determined to secure a free and was by a majority sixty.In prefix, wo feel no particular interest in themor '
tativcs, proved nothing ; that it should have The approval by the Governor General of SCENE IN MEXICO.
Jefferson County, we understand JudgeT. wish educate
liberal Government at Rome. Rumors are their faith. But if they to
)been offered! and entertained was the wonder.Its The sun was rising the Sierra
which is
the Indemnity Bill-by provision over Madre
to and it is J. CHACE former incumbent elected i
i prevalent as a : ministry was their children, at their own it seemssomething
vile/ the expense
suggestions! : were published to made for of losses suffered in the chain of mountains in all the
thought probable that (;f>n. Lamoriciere will without payment rebe gorgeous magni. I
world to pale the glory ofour in foreign opposition. outrageous that the privilege shouldnot ,
army be appointed Secretary of War. I I lion of 1637, these losses ficence and splendor of a perfectly! clear and
[ were
Madison:\ AI.EV. :MCONALD for i
countries, making; the heart of the distant American Judge be granted them. Besides it has long
sink within him. Gen. TAYLOR The Cholera is largely on the increase in mer incumbent, was also elected without op. Protestantsthat principally by the French party,] was the sig. rarified atmosphere, and in a tropical clime, !
the notion
and of the and current among
read it, in his tent near Monterey, we do not i Paris, many most important re. nal for a serious outbreak on the pait of a when our little party consisting of Maj. G.,
citizens have fallen victims .to the position.; is the basis which the
dlluht,wil b undi "e0l1Jld and mortified hpcclalile! ignorance upon Lieut. A. Col. M. and
amazement mob, of opposed to the measure in myselt'with an escort
I pestilence. Up to the 19th ult. there had We have not heard the resul: in any of the I Catholic church has its foundation. If this persons
an J if|K" has recollection like other men : of left bivouac
I been 1022 deaths. Montreal. The Governor was saluted with our pleasant near the
if he is tin1 man of sense he is said to be ,by, his other counties. ideate honestly held by them, how inconsis.
I The closing of Five cents the and small!! rancho of San Miguel de SoMiics!
price per on hisses. shouts of execration-the and
ardent admirers-he would bare: rememberednil JUSTICES or THE PEACE.: -For this District in obstacles in 'the groans
Bourse 601 15c.GImuw.The. tent arc they placing wayof
who ''md the hardihooJtoenJirrsptliPTnKA.eo.v t I, was Jno. B. Keen, Edward M. West, JesseM. the education of their Catholic brethren. government house attacked,pelted with stones, commenced wendind our way, with light

Off Ills infamous( prnpo!. FORTY.()NE political affairs of Germany Robinson, Jesse Atkinson End Aaron P. and finally burnt. It contained a splendid library hearts and exhilerated spirits, up the rugged

WHIGS VOTED FOR IT; and proaiineut are in a state nigreat confusion. The Smith elected. Causes. the low of which is most seriously to be and serpentine road to the heights of La Hoya.I 1
of thu the were Chapter on
assumption! Imperial King
: these we find the name of the power .
nnong present
had often
Postmaster General, JACOB COLLAMEH, thena of f Prussia is only favored by the smaller - --4-- The Sentinel divides the causes of success deplored. It is probable that the dissatisfac. heard and read of the unsurpassed

member of the Housu, who now sits at Gen States, while the larger ones manifest a decided Elections in Virgida. in elections into two-" immediate," which tion will not be suffered to exhibit itself oth- and magnificent view from that stronghold of

vral TAYLOH'S side, and advises him in the I opposition to the rreasure. France and The news from Virginia awakens a tin ill))I, i is "a najority of votes !" and "proximate," ers ise, or more seriously, than in the outbreak guerrilleros, and was determined to enjoy it

discharge of' his high duties Pr ident- i Rufeshi have also! intimated their opposition.The of joy in the minds of the Democracy through I then in of
as ( and
'I which includes the Union Bank, to which of mobs, as it is said that the Governor is sustained : spite escopete machetas. The
Every; Demncrat voted against it See last t Gazette ofColopneasseitsthat the Prussian out the land. To the party in, the South it i is I
road much
Government has declared! to the Olmutz I the locofoco party: in this Slate owed its first by three-fourths: of the people of the : was very cut up by the caissons
Congressional: Globe, proceedings of House, particularly gratifying. Of the fifteen! memo
93.91. cabinet that she will not be deterred by any I succesies-tha( battle! of New Orleans and country. gun-carriages: and baggage waggons of the

pages Thi is the sam JACOB COLLAMEB, who is manifestations opposition by Austria from I bers of Congress, fourteen are Democrats.: Jackson's popularity, the cry against the U. I invading army, and as I have said,was exceedingly .
her assistance to the formation of I The fifteenth, though a Whig. Jeremiah ;Mor.\ j Missi3sippl. I
daily) :giving to the world the evidences of lending au- S. Bank, 'following in the footsteps of myi crooked, being one continued successionof
Gen. TAVLOR'S. insincerity, and bad faith in nited German Confederacy, in concurrence :' ton, like his brother, the Senator from Flori. In Mississippi the eloquent aad chivalrous and avoid
annexation' the
I sharp! turns, acute angles, to
proclaiming against removals; from office.- I with the other German Princes and that she I da, owes his election to the enthusiastic: am i I predecessor' 40) and Texas Quitman will probably be the Democratic can.
the with Denmark. The to all which those vile fel'ows' the 10CC steepness of the mountain;-in fact it would:
And more than: this. lie is the eame man i uphold war relations \ united of the Demociats. lIe defeat, I ) didate for Governor. Though the race between .
I between Austria and Prussia I II support : other I have been no bad chart for the man uterings
who directs his executioner WAUREN, to dis. are assuming I foco owed sundry successes. Our close !
I' Mr. Pendlcton "' the lone star of the i I Cass and Taylor was very we
honor such: citizens as SIOM DBUM) of West a warlike appearance, but public o. : one neighbor is strangely forgetful( in not tellingus i of a body oftravalry before a wary and watch. '

moreland count. an old and \enerated citizen I ,Billion in Prussia points too strongly in favor I few Southern members ot the House of Rt'p.1 I 'itider which of these heads to class "lo"1. apprehend the election of Gen. Quitman by a ful enemy. Being at the head of the command,

the father of'hat brave hero whose h'fe was! I of the policy indicated by the King to be dis. resentatives who made themselves I II large majority. It is hoped that the single I II "
I I to be the rice all
caLms, hard-cidcr and coon-shins.! Neither was compelled on qui
offered up in the valley Mexico\ u sicrifice: j regarded.ITALY.. we will not say infamous-by defeating the I I I Whig Congressional District will be redeemed I
to that country so bitterly intuited! by :Mexico\ j .-Genoa has: capitulated after en. dos he tell us where to put that charming I the time, to prevent a surprise. But now and

and CoLLAMKtt. lie is the same man who ;I during a terrible cannonading: for nine dtP.-: Clayton Compromise. Stephens, Georgia !I I j tie song about} Tippecanoe and Tyler too." fr:: It is said that !rbe Prince de Joinville I then i I: would look around to get a glimpse of

has the There has been a general: ) rising in Tuscanyin was one of the number. It is said that in (tIlt! 1 the violent and arbi.
outraged: gallant Colonel GRAKY (tin j : HJ forget also the old brown coat" and was strongly opposed to the it was gradually enlarging to
leader of the Second favor of the Grind: Duke, who recently in. late canvass, Mr. Pendleton boldly! avowed his
Pennsylvania Regiment which the overthrow
| "3ll( Whitey." We take it to be the unI trary measures wrought I the view. 'fo a lover of the beauties of na.
which immortalized itself i vested with the of a Dictator, is nowa I I
at Chepultepec) "y powers in contributing to the defeat of that
purpose I II of his father. He is represented! as being t lure, those little snatches of splendor
removing him fiotn the post-office at Sin i prisoner. Venice is invested by land and I kndest cut ofall" thus to pass by old friend, were
measure, namely/ to leave (he questionof I .
lie is! same man: that proscribed} i sea by the Austrian forces, and must inevita- I open { I and not assign them a place in this grand di. exceedingly popular among the French peo- like the anticipations of Aladin! with, the resources .

the father of the brave Captain CUE.'TIUIf"by : blv be compelled surrender. The strugglein !, slavery that it might enter as an element in \ision of the can es of party success. pie. When the royal family shall be permit. j j of his wonderful Lamp. Finally,after ,

removing him from the place ofpostma. I Sicily has. commenced with dreadful feroc- the last Presidential canvass, and be made I What is worse than: all, it will be impossible ted to return to the land (If their nativity, it is an hour's hard toiling without any molestation

ttf at Nashville. It is said *' Republics are : ity. desperate battle was fought. on Good available: for the benefit of Gen. Ta\lor. Mr. that this will II'I
I not unlikely play an from those oithroat
for Gen. personage notoriety
1 1I to account Taylor's success under : gentry cutting ,we
the aided the
But it is The ': Fiiday between Neapolitans by :
ungrateful. not Sf) people Pendleton, moreover, though opposed to the
I cither of the heads important part in the conduct French affairs. I gained the summit and halted. We then
arc honest, and it is their servants who are Swiss troops! and the Calabrians. The con. two named-not un. I, were
i Wilmot Proviso
contends litu.I
too often unwoithy of them. Gen. TAYLOR I tettt lasted all night and the Calabrians were yet forjts COIl! der immediate: ,', because he did not get "a Ills name has already been connected wilh I between six and seven thousand feet above the

isrewarded only because he fought in the routed wilh great slaughter. This defeat caused II I tionality. On this point, as well as the Clayton I majority of (the popular) t'otrs"-n under he Presidency of tho Republic as the successor /I level of the ocean. Then it was that I drank

Mexican war-he has no merit besides that the inhabitants, ot Syracuse to surrender I I Bill, Morton joined issue with him, and, ,' proximate," because all those things happened of Louis Napoleon. It is believed that I the deep and long draughts of exquuiie pleasure .

in tho not boast of.- i the city without further resistance. I wallloLJj' sustained by the voters of the Dis-.
any army may the next French Assembly will rescind the law .
in The : seemed
A1TRI&-fhe Austrians had been : before his day. Clearly, then, there gazing. !spirits! to expand
And yet, one of his very first acts is to select again trict. i I
as Postmaster General a man who publicly i defeated in Hungary. and their whole army j I I I I! is a necessity to search for a third head of >y which the late royal! family are kept in and receive a new impuste, in, looking

calumiuated his country by a mot! treason was retreating upon Pesth. Radelzky's for. I I I The Legislature is again Democratic, tho'there ::1\I' causes ; and, if we may be permitted a sug- exile. over that vast and magnificent scene, and from

ble vote, and whose first official acts are mark. ces were marching upon Hungary, and Wind., has been as far as heard from a loss of''gestion, probably the search would }be most Jacksonville receivedthis the great facility with which! objects could be

ed by a proscription of all who fought in that i ischratz is also hurrrying to aid in arrestingthe one member to the Democrats. The result, QThe Republican,
j' I successful in the region of" Humbug." seen at a great distance, everything was soft
war, or who defended it against the domestic I progress of the :Maygars.\ however as regards the Legislature is highly]I _____ __. ____ morning says "there is scarcely a doubtof
foe The Florida Mails. the election" of Felix G. Livingston for ened and mellowed into the most delicate tints;
"\ gratifying) from the fact that nearly all of th<
Gen. TAYLOR i u responsible for these out. NEW YORK, May\ 5, (fi j p. m. thirteen members of the last House who void I The Georgia: Journal 4$* Messenger, speaking Judge Probate for Duval County. It will a sort of"coloeur de rote" ieemed to pervadethe

riges-for these ,crimes against public opine Notwithstanding the apparent Iy unfavorable of some recent remarks of the Sentinel in be remembered that in Duval County the whole vista.
Resolution. I
the anti! Wilmot Proviso
ion and the Thr Kaliorfs Honor. accounts by the America as to the state of against :,
They may On the in its silent and
have been perpetrated without his knowledge, I trade at Manchester, and the decline of t in with their distinguished leader R. E. Scot, j I reference to our mails, says : whigs held a convention to nominate a can. right imposing

if so, he may right himself before the country. the Liverpool Cotton :Market\ holders indulgethe have been left at home.! Infidelity to tie The Sentinel, we believe, is right in its didate. The gentleman they selected had grandeur, stood the snow-capped peak of Ori.

I belief that the intelligence of the effect of, I anticipations. The new Postmaster General zaba, intensely and painfully brilliant to the
If they were done with his consent, the peo. South and her institutions, receives no tolen.I the good fortune to be the hindmost of the

pie ought to know it, as saddening as the exposure 1 the recent frost on the coming crop will pro. \ gives promise of great energy; and business ca. three candidates, and lol I a democrat was the eye in the mellow rays of the morning sun.
material from the tion at the hands of the voters of Virginia.Gen. .- and have doubt will effect
would be. duce a change accounts pacity, we no a .
I In gazing it, the mind is filled with
--- just received, and evince no disposition to sub- Bayley, one of the most zealous spirtsin thorough;; reform in the service ; no part of I foremost. Shall we.take this as a just retri. upon mystery

From the Wilmington Journal. mit to a decline. The market closed yesterday the movement which resulted in the Sou'h. which needs it more than that in SouthWestern bution against the hypocrisy of denouncing and conjecture, for it has ever been inac-

ALL THE DECENCY.Let at 7| for Fair Uplands, 7J for Fair Mobiles and rn Address has been re-elected in a District Georgia, and Middle and Western Flor. Conventions, which the Whig leaders of this cessable, by the frightful chasms, and tottering

a Democratic editor but venture to S for Fair Orleans, and there is no change to. ida. The first great reform needed, is the establishment State have been so fond cf doing ? glaciers which surround its summit. Still to

criticise even the public acts of the new ad. day. Flour is dull under the steamer's news, which gave Taylor an immense majorky.; i of a daily mail from Macon\ to the right of that, where the demon Mexican

ministration, and straightway there will arise though the quotations present about the same Flournoy and Goggin, who withheld their rig- Tallahassee." IMPORTANT FOM MEXICO.The mythology formerly,in his writhings of

one "dismal univetsal howl" from the whole figures as previously. Corn is firm, and look. natures from that address,together with nus. Wo most heartily wish our cotemporaries agony

tribe sycophantic office-seekers ; the Fcde. i. ing up. Treasury Notes, 109J ; Loan of have been rebuked by (their constituents-veil .. prevail upon their Postmaster-General to New Orleans Delta of Friday is indebted and wrath, hurled up huge stones! into the

ral presses will re.echo the cry, and the 1668, 1121.! may to a friend for the following extract : blue vaults of heaven, stands the Coffrei do

groans of the Brittons" will be heard, I _ done Virginia. ___ ______ __ effect the reforms named, particularly the lat. from a letter dated Perote. Though much more insignificant

though the whole party laid claim to the Rl1 Horrible Con aMrat oll.-0ne of the most Liberty of Speech in France. ter one. But in the meantime, we would liketo
"MATAMOROS than his
20 1849
1 that April more august neighbor, still the Peak
honors of And have heart-rending events ever came to our Brisbane American and of the the of the
martyrdom. yet they Mr. an one have irregularities present ar.
I Parades is kicking the devil at of Perote is remarkable and
knowledge occurred near Bi .bone Spring, up pre. very interestingin
I ever been sparing of the abuse of the late ad- of the New York Tribune, has which there has been occasion
correspondents sen't.
rangement The pronunciad'S (insurgents) took
mini ation 1 Have they ever the in Bcne county about midnight on Satoiday I history and Romance. There it was that
respected week. !Mr.\ Richard Johnston and wife were been ordered by the author!:ies of France to to complain of here recently, attended to and San Louis Potosi on the 17th instant, and
sanctity of prirate life and private character? the gallant Capt. Sam. Walker, and his dar.
Perhaps tho following extract which find aroused at that time by the noise of a fire.ra. quit the country in 24 hours. This's I corrected. A little respite from the work of have marched on Queretaro. The troops
: we ing band of riflemen, planted the Stars and
from here down the revolt have
in Washington Union may serve to an. jing:; in their dwelling. They started up and offence is, that he attended a Social proscription might enable :Mr. Collarner, or sent to put
that it in pronounced in favor of Paredes, and joined Stripes. It was once a flaming volcano. On
as they supposed, was a remote
swerlliis q'liry. The Union says:- seeing, Banquet in Paris, and being called upon, madea his executioner, Warren, to save our people crossed the
the revolutionists as soon as they the left
room,they hastened thitherto save some stretching away to the farthest limits
The Richmond
Whig, always rabid, rarely which and! circulated .
published from the vexation and
speech was !
disappointment they are mountains.
...liberal or jukt, vents its spleen the of the furniture, leaving their two Children, a human vision, wrapped in the purple and

offoreign ministers whom the last upon administra.corps little girl and infant son, asleep. They re- throughout France. Having given offence, subjected to on tccount of these irregularities.! I Our previous advices from Mexico repre. ever varying light of early morn, till it is

tion has sent abroad. For instance it turned in a few minutes and found to (heir by his sentiments thus expressed, to the government seated that a formidable inurrection had bro-
says : Tennessee. lost in the haze of the
ken in the vicinity of San Louis and that atmosphere and the fall
out ,
horror that the room in which *
: At London, we have an ambassador: who he is ordered by the Minister of the
The Democrats of Tennessee have in I of had been sent of the horizon lies the
were lying was all on fire. Mr. Johnston large body troops on by rugged, zig.zag out.
sleeps in a garret, eats at a abopbousehabits interior forthwith to the Mr.
than which none could be less burst open the door and was thrown backward quit country. Convention nominated Gen. Wm. Trousdale, the government to put down the insurgents.It .- line of the Sierra Madre mountains. But it

Besting in the eyes of the English.:: At prepos.Paris, by the expansion of the rareified air. His Brisbane respectfully declined obeying tho as Candidate for Governor. lie is styled the is difficult to obtain from our Mexican is on the front view where the spell!! of en.

wife rushed forward and fell over him in the order ; it remains: to be seen what action the Hero of three the exchanges a satisfactory account of any of the
have little than
we more decayed servingman' wars : having fought Eng. chantment lies. Over mountain, and Tale,
lames. He her out much burnt.- people> as they exaggerate the successes of
dragged authorities will take. Whatever be
liveried ofa '
-a lackey generation. may fish in 1814 and 15 the Florida Indians in
the I the forces, and depreciate the city, and hamlet, the cultivated fields of the
Jut[ the children were ; and government operations
The New York
Mirror of this conduct-and
is much :liberal (another whig It pa. parents then appeared in their agony to have thought gentleman's we 163G and the !Mexicans\( at Contreras, Churu.. of those hostile to the present admin. husbandman, and the luxuriant vegetation of
) more
per"This is rather abroad andjulot.cxa eration.-says : lost all their self-possession.!! When the,: first confess that we sec no particular propriety in busc'6 and Chapultcpcc, in 1843. Tho Con.. istration. If the above intelligence be cor. the primeval forest, through the genial warmth 1

Mr. Bancroft: lives in handsome style in the neighbor, a relative, arrived, be found her bis conduct in taking part in opposition to the vention took a decided stand on the questionof red, we may expect the unfortunate republicof and voluptuous atmosphere of the Tierra Tern- !

of London standing stupified holding on to the garden acting government-the course of tho ministerin Mexico soon to be plunged into the horrors
Li' aristocratic quarter} and we dare slavery. Among others, the following plada. and the fiery heat of the Tierra Col.!
fence which fire-her ni bt.gown all : anarchy, if not a civil war.
was on
say spends quite' as much money as his sta. gravely attempting to expel him from the Resolution
tion demands. No diplomatic agent in London burnt off except the neck,which was burning.lie small well was adopted : iente, the eye wanders as through a paradise
country seems a as as a
lias been more noticed by the nobility, or extinguished the fire and laid her on the very very Resolved, That we view with admiration Separation ofEdirin Forrest from his Wife. ofecstacy and loveliness ; now lingering by

complimented by the press. Mr. Rush is not grass,and then hastened in search of her husband silly affair.___ _____._______ the noble stand taken by the States of Virgin.ia -The New tork Sunday Atlas, yesterday, some thread-like cataract in the deep ravines

exactly rush-light in the ambassadorial world, whom he found near a spring rolling on It might be nn all-sufficient answer to all North Carolina and Florida; in the resolu. announces that Edwin Forrest, the tragedian,
the ground, and considerably burnt. She is ions which have passed their respective Leg. been from his of the everlasting mountains, now plunging
.;, ifho can't speak French." that is said on this subject by the opposition, has separated wife, Caroline

.,". I Mr. Rush is one of the most finished gentle. hardly expected to survive ; he is consideredout to reply, that all those who voted for the election 'statures. Norton Sinclair Forrest, daughter of the vo. forward over dark chasms, and like the living

man we have ever seen-amiable ill his man. ol! danger.-Louisville Journal. of Gen. Taylor, and who desire the suc. Gen. Neil S. Brown, the present Governor, valist, John Sinclair. They were marriedin lightning, leaping from crag to era?, and over

pens, and an accomplished statesman. We BROWNSVILLE) Texas) APRIL 11. cess of his administration, approve of all that is a candidate for re-election on the part of 1836 in London, and had lived hap. wide mountain gaps, now revelling in the,,

., / with the editor of the Richmond Whig had We have been informed, ( upon what seemsto he has done. His friends are satisfied." the Whigs. A most animated contest is an. pily, as the Atlas states, until the beginning transcendant beauty of nature in all her glorious ;

half his attainments,talents, experience, This is what the Baltimore Patriot in of the last winter, when Mr. F. became moodyand
I gene. of Cal. says with
that oa
result until it delight
be plausible authority a party ticipated-the of which, as parties are The Atlas majesty, rests
rosity of character, and amiability' of man.: which left Christi reference to the comments cube democratic melancholy. says :
; ifornia emigrants Corpus I very equally divided, is extremely doubtful. In the month December, Mr. Forrest re. the ever changing and still changeless boson
ners.Such some four or five weeks ago,direct for the, Pa. on Gen. Taylor's proscription. After
turned from a professional in of old in the extreme distanceof
habits as those attributed to, and Fire in Charleston. engagement ocean, lying
sneered in these Democratic so del Norte, have perished upon the prair. all, then, it is enough that he should satisfyhis Philadelphia, in a most unhappy state of mind of silver.
at functionaries, ies from hunger and thurst. We have no par. A disastrous fire broke out in the city of light and vision, like a sea liquid
) Zack" Le I friends. Do what he will let his and at demanded a lIe '
\vouldin Old once
republican aim. ,, policy separation. as. that coral bound beach,
ticulars except that it is said the family of the Charleston: S. C., on the 7th inst. It begunin It is ever the same,
plicity"" Rough and Readyism," and so Martinez who ffect the country as it may, even let his pro. signed no cause, ,offered no ,apology for the
guide Agapito for
I Boundary street, and extended two he assumed and when the .
-- immedi.ate
over ,
forth. Such i is toadyiem, and so consis. position ;
very be violated if thostvlio voted for him
and miscs
the party: has reached Corpus Christi, .4 Time writes no wriukle on thine azure bio*,
0 tent are the Federal presses. Ho it is said squares! consuming some one hundred and fifty ( friends of the partleslDterfered, and askedto ,dawn beheld thou rollest now.-
brings the above report. elates!, have no complaint to make, there is nothing Such creation's ,
-- be informed it that he asked for
-- why was
that the usual water holes on the route were buildings, almost! all of which were small: clime where
: in that low and terrible ,
,1 .Boston Notion.-A Boston journal urges more to be said-nobody else should raise ,a repudiation! only!! reply was-a studied incomprehensible There,
found be and that himself and another and in limited circumstan. .
to ocupied by
I I the sheriff administer chloroform Goode dry, voice against his acts. It is allkuflicient"that persons silence. He was not *to be the sun comes fierce and hot as a warrior
l of his execution in that for Mexican guide, where the only ones who lur. ces. The loss of is not but ,A
.1 on the day city vived. his friends approve of what he,has done. property great, interrogated ; he demanded a separation ; in battle, is seen, though Indistinctly *
murder, in order to alleviate his sufferings, causes much distress to the and he has his
Aside from the mischievous error of this poor tenants.- accomplished object. Mr.: castellated city of Vera Cruz, with its rim-
and nuke hanging a pleasure to him. The Fa llre.-Bishop Doane of New Jearsy has There was insurance on the property destroyedto Forrest and his wife have eternally separated.Mrs. tho' frowning

I' refined tenderness of the age will next suggest failed for $250,000, and is said to be able to doctrine, what an" impotent conclusion"doesit about 818,000 Forrest is described as a lady of talent parts, domes and towers, and in

_I the murderer will administer chloroformto offer to the fair of Old fortress of San Joan d'Ulloa, like a speCk
that pay only a trifling portion of his vast liabili many promises < and beauty. She has been the mother of

his victim before he cuts his throat for his ties. Most of this money,i if said to have been Zack" be the President of.jhe whole coun. TIlE WEATHER.-We have bad several four children, all of whom, however, died. In the waste and chaos of waters. My powers

I in churches and chapels.- fine rains this week, and it hoped these will the task 1 1giving.even .
money. spent Inadequate
try and people, independent of party or,friends! description] are
0 The.Wheat. crop 'tn every county of Wis. The fortune of,Mrs. Doane formerly MrsPerkins greatly relieve the crops from their backward -prcr i fair view of the great autl ofthVseene
his difficult believe that
to the he a
consin is said to be remarkably promil ng.- of Boston, is not Involved in this nationality condition. Our information, leads_.us_ to sup.! A lawyer, said Lend Brougham, is-a ]learned and v1d
The same is said Illinois, Iowa,Michigan; crash._ Her Income t is:*aid to be I2OOO professed is blotted. out as his" partisans pose the rains (have been general;-riu Georgia gentleman ,who rescues your estate from ." much less a glorious!' itFrom

Jndianna and Ohio. p .raflnL\;( I would lead us to suppose [< as well as in chi, ie ion. 111M "ou enemies and Keeps it himself .. ,:'1:i 8lhe l memory othat fair Tand ..ib -


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dlib1y'vr- tten on the tablets ofmy rnindtzn, A CABINET SCENE. A 'TRIP TO PENSACOLA. Pie &lr Temperance Dec1art. 1n.-TbNew'York Sale of Florida Lands, rtGD,hare above-mentioned been or shall on hereafter account' clothing made to, ,

till han have "shuffled off this mortal coil." Present-General Taylor, Mr. Clayton, Detention of ihe Nary Yard at Pensaccla Organ says the following pledgehas and Lots and .W&orrrx in city Apalachicola. he-Was not entitled by law, inch pay meat I 1 $ _

AWEKICVS.roa Mr. Meredith, Mr. Ewing, Mr. Collamer, Mr. TheP.oo'n2)ocThePerau\ ant Wharf been signed by the distinguished persons Apalachicola" Land Company will ofler (or fed "ded from the value of his horse or ac .

Johnson Mr. Preston and Mr. Crawford. -The Natal hospital whose namei are affixed to it. The signature THE at the Merchant's Exchange,in the City of .. .
establish claim under (flit provision the
,the lib day of July t a
[ THE FLaIDI! .jouEAI4 General Taylor looks indignant-Mr. We returned the other day from a trip to 'of had Gen he Harrison would have been 'obtained Nevi at IX Yorkon o'clocK. and Wednesday ou the following davs, about next 1000, mUsJ tdd.*, tbeeiideneeOftbe. oft"dr on* .

MAY-PARTY Clayton, flurried Mr. Meredith, calm, Mr. (he,navy yard at Pensacola, which is one of not been removed so early by Lots in the City of Apalachicola,u described on them command he served when the Jew? ocenr -

Ewing, bitter-Mr. Collamer, ""detected" the finest in the United States, if not the most death p of the City.. Many'of these lot*are on the Bay alive; or, if- dJhen of The next luVvivirg
but visitor to city on the occation : IcL.taAiioY.-Berng satisfied from observaion and the most desirable for residences describing the property the value thereof .
Though a your Mr. Johnson, surprised Mr. Preston and Mr. Tbeutifully laid out. The main avenue of the and River, are among of entering the servicehe.! time rnimau-
I beg (or a House ,'nand experience, as well as from ,as well as purpose of business.
of the 1IU.PARTT epace Crawford, curious. yard leading to the commodore's is really medical ..ilso, the Wharves Wharf-rights belonging to which the iosshapj'enedand .whefter or not
brief notice of that joyous celebration. And General. I am a plain soldier, gentlemen ; charming. The walks are well paved, testimony, that ardent spirits as a the Company, in front of the City. sustained without any Tault flt t nepHfence en i "

leave for the censorious and know nothing politics or governments ; with fine fences around the enclosures. On drink is t ot only needless, but hurtful!, and .?/*<;.the unsold Lots or Tracts of Land on St. &. '. par,. The.vi6>rtceihocilfl-. in
let me say at the outset, that the entire disuse of it would tend the described clsimant was-Temaoalcdafter Jhlorstaf
each side of the commodore's house are seven to pro. George's Sound,or Bay adjoining city
I have asked attendance
and which fas. and your to thj of t5S lois made J yjR B. Ker. was remount* ;I\cw lQtlg bi contiotred so, P
the criticisms complaints rr.ote virtue and happiness 'of tlc community ot a map or survey
obtain information which it has been buildings, ail built separate, with beautiful whether tlelijrrtihf'itri h was '
seems These lots in size from 3 lo 40 acres, each and ) ; <; re- I
Tidiousness may suggest. To me the scene withheld from me. I see no papers but Whig flower gardens in the limit and rear, and with we hereby express our convictionthat arevery desirable for building sits or cultivation.jlso had not been furnL&ed by t ;; State*. ,,' *

was all joyous and gladsome. The decora- papers ; but yesterday I chanced to pick galleries running on all sides ofthe houses.In .- shou'd the citizens of Ihe United ,States, the unsold Lot at Portland Bluff; on the owned by ancthrt mounted militiaman rr p '
tasteful the Union where I it stated that there the centre ot the yard are two circular and especially all young men, discontinue en. Apalachicola River, about 3 miles from the City as to whom payment far'the OM and risk _
of the Hall were sufficiently saw ,or for its forage, wbiI.rih: the p. ntssion uf '
tons I entirely use out th-y would not described on a or survey made by R. B. Ker,
\ the music answered the purpose for which i have been one hundred and sixty post office buildings, one on each side of the avenue, appropriated mote hci? benefit only pro. each lot being 750 map( feet in (length and 230 feet in : .mat hav been rr.ade-ond{ $jt it bd .
own but the
removals in Pennsylvania alone within a t few for offices of the different officers personal good width. They are eligible for ood-jardi, ship-yards, owned, should name the person and the % ,
was intended-there was ample space for days. This is so astounding, Mr. Collamer, of the yard, and for the'chapel. At the of the courtly and the world. saw-mill Xc..Us to vhich he belonged.! And in every in
iho table James S.adison.'lnrtin Van Buren, St. Vincent's Island lying opposite the in which the claim may extend to eqnipagr. _
dancing and promenading- supper that I cannot believe it. northeast, side of the yard, are the marine consisted and .
articles of which the same ;
John Quncy Adams John Tjler mouth of the river Apalachicola, containing :an area
was supplied with refreshments. Her Majesty P. M. G. Why, sir, you know it was barracks ; at the southeast and west sides are Andrew -iackpon, James K. Polk of 11,591! acres,(excepting 10 acres sold,) having a value of each. ?hould'be,pe i1itd. ,- .

herself agreed to leave each Department to store and ware houses, sail lofts, blacksmith ot Lire Oak and other treesand Or
the Queen, bcre right royally managefor !lor. thrifty growth SECOND CLASS CASES. : _
iteelf and this principle, I and carpenter shops, and finishing work shops, Zachary Taj much fertile land suitable for the growth of Cotton,
upon presume
the young ,Misses :acquitted themselves hand- Mr. Warren has been making a t few changes. &c. Each of the four store houses contains. .'- -- - .- I I, Sugar, Tobacco, the Tropical Fruits, and for Garden second section cf the law enacts E "
DZt.CWETT'S SllAKCtt SVKIJP any person who ha* sustained or shall
; while the little flower-girls, beauti President. Hut do think it a cisterr, holding about ::300,000 gallons, for i cultivation. i the
omelJ surely you not ; CF SARSAPAIEILLA. Terns of Sale.-Ten cent in cashon the day damage by capture or destruction by an L'
were wiih roses, exhibited no budor understood that each the of supplying ships with wa per or by the abandonment or destruction *> the
ftd they) was Department was purpose The Sveereigi Cure for diseases of the Blood of sale, and on all purchases not'dm)00.,the I y
1 blossom more beautiful than themselves. do everything to disgrace me-to stultify me ter. The[ saluting battery is south of the barracks : hits the balance i.i cash in 20 days tberealter,when the deeds the commanding ter.or general, the commanding r
aruxmpur cf System. or qU3rterma any horse mule .
will be delivered. On all jOO. a i
and the purchases over
But- -to violate my p'edges made repeatedly be- guns are very tastefuly moun. As- the- Sprin opens, it is well known a languor credit of one and two will be fur one- I cart, boat, sleih, or harness, while such
fore and solemnly afiirmed after election? ted-They arc long 18's, twenty-two in num. I and lwtlessne years given \ was in the military service of the United
Paulo rncjora t anamt/,- my M. G. But sir similar have be r. of impurity of the Klorvl I either by impressment or contract!, except in
I of the exhibition of pledges or improper Eiltary se- cash in 20 days alter the sale when in cases I ;
must speak splendid Ia. been made before by the Whigs, though not In the artillery park, which is another cretion. These.!ioull be remedied if Health is to where the purchase is lest than 2UOO nc.tes111 betaken the risk to which the property would = .

lured beauty-so dazzling and dangerous. as as and know the opposi. beautiful ornament to the yard are mounted be secure J, and' 3elay in attending to themtoooften for (the credit portion, payable in one and two I was agreed lobe incurred tyt the owner, .
strong yours ; you who has suslaiurd[ shall sustain ;
How forms and grace pass tion the doctrine that to the victors five immense guns, the largest we believe ev. produces diseasa of such character as to imposesuf- years, with interest at 6 per cent per annum, ant : person the death or
I many ofJO.cInes act upon ferin; for life. contracts exchanged di tobedelivered when the b> abandonment and loss of any f d
before my mind's eye as the scene is recalled belong the spoil er made, called Columbia," being ten inch I Tue S)rup of prsaparilh of Dr. Corbett has especial pav meats are completed. On all purchases of $ OOo ,mule, or ox, while in the service afcre- ". .

I with face "beautiful and bright," I President. First of all, then, sir-these calibre ; they will carry a short or bomb efficacy in complaint- this nature. It! action aud upwards the deed will be delivered in 20 days consequence of the failure on the prt cf tba 1. ;.
see one made and weighing over 125 Pound three miles. The on the Bood! i is riost siirnal and efficacious-.clcaninj after the sale, and bonds and mortgage taken for the States to furnish tnevame with sufficient tcr- C; .
from the County of Madison. How vivid still, pledges were honestly are as more it rapidly from all impurity. On the Lm-r it credit portion, payable in one and two years, with any person who has lw, or shall ft'se. or ;'
ally binding me as oath to guns weigh over seven Ions; each, and were or shall have destroyed Unavoidable ,
upon my support exerts tht mo't hralthy influences, thus gitin the interest at J cent per annum. ac- ; ,
is the impression made upon my mind two or the Constitution and,I or you have ns much made at the West Point and Boston foundries whole} sf stern a vigorous and well! directed action. I The whole per of lhn properly i IH unincmnbered. It I any horse, mule os, wagon,cut: ,buat sleicb, '

44 Standing with reluctant feet I would have in turning his batteries upon hi41 The floating dock now in the course of trId osed generally .a their practice. Read the the Apalachicola Land Company. The title is derived ,time shall he be entered allowed the and paid the value there .

Where the brook and river meet,- \\'ar-wllich the construction at this yard is a most stupendous fuHmving: from the Spanish Government confirmed by the service: provided it ;
and childhoud ct." (prisoners opposition DOVER N. H..March :>7, ISISMe. Supreme Court of the United States and a Patent appear that such loss, Capture, abandonment /. ,:
Wom.ulhoo f noi, by any means judging by their achieve- work, and will cost when finished 900000. sr<. Edward Bnudlev, & CoGent1erreii.Ir therelcr issued to the proprietors by the United ,or death was without any fault or neg -
And now, after a separation: of many months, ments in Truman Smith's commonwealth The dock is to be built on the plan of a balance [ cocirilianoe with your solicitation States. The usual Trustee deed will be given to on the part of the owner ot' the property and ; -

during which the love of friends has waxed ter having: solemnly! promised that they should dock, which floats the vessel in, and then for ny opinion ai to the merhi, of Ur. Corbett's the purchasers.Maos it States.was actually" ] employed in the service cf the 'I '
the dock is closed and the Compound Syrup cf Sarsapanlla; I ran cheerfullystate max be had at the Office of the Company. r
cold, and ambition,too aspiring, has been dis. be treated otherwise I up water pumpedout. alter hat in: hen m>rJe acquainted with its in- No. 33 Wall slH'el. or they wilt be forwarded hv establish a claim under this provision will ,. _
appointed, and hopes have been deferred until P. M. G. Hut those who voted for lOU, The ship }being then on a railway is uredientj, aad: u sir- I run ashore to a ship house or any other flace'! i t 'that ilia supcMcrtaanj frenirationof of t lie kind I flee. from whom may be obtained: any further information I class! es.bececessarv in cases\tiers(tbet _
the heart became tick, and desire has failed, President. Those who voted for me did so t where she is to be repaired examined. II within my knowledge now brought before the pub- that may be ;'esired. lost was in the service by contract cr im-

and more than once, the eye has ached for understanding pledges, and though some has been suggested that by a bal.iuce ( "
the United
my of States who '
its flFicarious qualities in the cure of di,ea!es connected Jmt DEL\FiELD, ) impressed or contrac
the dark house and the IIce violate them for their sakes the floating dock at aHa when a rail- [tiined l' t eel. the service of the
long sleep"-again expect me to ) with Scrofulous habit and impure state of the I ] LEWIS CURTiS, 5 rus property mentioned in such ', .-

her, unchanged bearing now us then, great mass would not fail to despise me for it, road shall be finished; across the isthmus to system. and blood, Biliary ArTe-tionn. & &.. 5, 1S43. IS-9w! and also of;he officer under whose command ; "i
Panama, ships be taken with their Your, very truly, J II. SMITH: M. D. was employed at the time of the capture.
as I should despise mysell. may up ----- -'-- --- -- .
.In her heart the dew of youth, ,lotsor abandontientdec1aningin! what
On her lips the ensile 01 trutn." The Premier. Dm did you not yourself declare cargoes and put on the rails and ran over : Sold wbol alp and retail bv the suh-cribrsand Suwannee Lower Mineral Springs, property was taken in the service of the I;. -

Next, the adjuration is challenged b two before the election that you would nut for certain it is, if they can carry a.ship 500 their appointed a KDWAKDlJRINLr.Yi.:enN throughout the United Slates States the value thereof, whether or not the .,"
} retain in office brawling politicians, or inefficient yards in this manner they can us easily do so S J which tt would be exposed vas agreed to be ,
representatives of the fair Jefferson. The Nos. J ao'l 4 South side F.muil: Hall B<.Mon. ""I: .,
500 miles. by the owner and whet her or not,as reear- j

one tall, handsome, of serene countenance, of The men President.? I did, Mr. Clayton ; but, The building of the permanent wharf at Sole Agents LEWIS for&T.lIah1tiiPe.AMES, lIII-, with?,snfficient mute!,nun forage, he, in engaged what: manner to supply the the loss f ., '

\ and brow incedit remoxed Mr. this ard is another jrreatwork it is being ------- -- -.-.---- ---- COLUMBiA COUNTY, E. FLORIDA. '
majestic carriage imperial under that I would scarcely have > ; -- ned,and whether or notit was sustained with. .

i regind ; the other u beautifully less," a model istubbs, who was by no means a brawling pol- j built granite and will be 320 feet long. ]In MARRIED, This welltnotcn Fountain of Life is again in ifn fanlt or negli'esci on hi3 p. rt. .
department connection with its construction a belli In this ciiy' on Thursday evening la.t,by the Rev I fifth section ot the law enact:
iticiun and of the best officers in : diving

one your Glory
offauhlesscessof! ] form and face, upon which Mr. Scott, f'IIILIP'E. LAVELLET, Editor cf the in all instances where-arty minor has ben
i it which is used for the of
-all to please Mr. Webster, who employed, purpose HE subscriber rwpectiuHv tenders his
: I yT be engaged in the military service of-the U- f
.l a Grecian sculptor might have gazecJ with j the for and for Florida Democrat Mrs. A. J. EDMUNDS-both his friends and the
declared my nomination not fit to be made. examJning place driving piles I ii thanks 10 public generallyfur States and was o, shall be provided with a
approval, if not with rapture. Nor, my '!fiend, would this rule have induced re.noving: ol" t teles! &c. The bell is of square I of this city.-Pen.tarola Gazette, 2S/A ttl.! past patronage,and takes this opportunity to inform or equipments, or military accoutrements by :

Of the fair lasses of Leon, as I am without me to remove Mr. Wood as Despatch Agent ,I I form and very large. At the time we visited Albany, Georgia on the 1st in.tantbytheRcv. ment them In building thai tie new has houses made for considerable their reception improve, or guardian,and his died,or shall die, 1 II'
1 ing for said and the ha
that enthusiastic admiration which acq'raint. I' at New York, and to appoint in his place my it, this remarkable! submersive engine had J. J. Seate} Rev. JOHN C. LEY, of the Florida which he can now ofTer (them comfortable quarters. or shall pay be lost, captured property.destroyedor same aban

t ance can only awaken I know not what to personal enemy, if his writings mean anything, been down three hours with a workman employed Conference, to Miss ANN ELIZA WADE, of To those who feel disposed to visit the >pring in the manner before mentioned, said parent j i
f Matthew L. Dtivie-one ol the -Yan Buren at the bottom, and it took four men Albany. a this. season it is useless to say any thing abtut shall be allowed: pay' therefor,oa making

i Ray. And yet, perhaps the most beauti. leaders. with a force pump to keep him supplied with -- --_- -,--.-- --_- -. medicinal qualities of the waters, as they are well! prcof a* in other case, and the further l
------ -
| known, aud having been visited resulariy for that he is entitled thereto, furnish- .
by hating
\ 1(
ful lady present is a resident of County. The Premier. Well] mistakes will DIED, .'
your happen
air.The J last eight; or nine year past and believe that tbo.e same." I
Her eyes are black-her hair of the same col. I in our family, as they happened in that of our next object attraction is the Naval Abont 12, M.on the 3d inst., at her residence in I w ho have usittd here have received general : i. parent or guardian of a .dpt ased minor will \ .1'

You predecessor. Hospital, which for its location and corrforts i Leon County MAHALA BHMBUYconsort of faction.The in addition to such testimony applicable

or. must guess whom I mean-and as The President. Too true for at the is not to be surpassed by any of ihe other five i Mr. Kenneth Betnbry, and daughter of MM. Jane: and subscriber has improved his Spring with claim, as is previously describedbave to. fjr- : .
there are several to whom this description ; very : good Bathing House-, and -a Pump inserted sa as proof that he provided the minor with the .
applies tho Isle UYiiiam prop
halt cf this
first election held since similar establishments in the union. It u sit Maj. County. .
my inauguration get the water [from the main spout; al'o, h :): thereinmentinnedlhattheminordied without i
you may guess wrong, and still make no State is revolutionized and three uated 0:1: an eminence fronting the Gulf, a. : ..-'" -. whicn the most 'iraid ladies. Jrl .
-- ,
a Whig --- -------- -- -- a Cradle, by for such properly, and that hejfthe. parent cr I 7 iJ
great mistake. Speaking: of eyes whose are Whig Congressmen lost. bout half mile from the jard. The wards GJ- THERE will be service in the Methodist Protestant children three >ear old can bathe in perfect securi entitled to payment lor it,1} his hating fi

those so darkly, deeply, beautifully blue," The Home Secretar}'. And you might add are large and airy, and the\windows, for greater Church, on Sunday next (to-morrow) at halt I ty. This Cradle i is !suspended by stron; rope?. the same. ,. it
when I
of the not
I can be hoisted O'it way sixth section of the law enacts i 'J l
beaming with life, animation and mischief? on account of.a union, between the Democrats i, advantange of light and ventilation, are 1------, past J 3 o'clock. I Those who wish to seek 3. place for pl aiure, in all instances where any person*, ether :I r.--
and the Free feoilers. cut from the ceiling to the floor. This los- -- -- ----------- -- -- --- -- here find it delightful to pas away their time \ a miner, has been, or shall be.engaged in the 'l1

Cannot Messrs. bear testimony that 'I' The President. The argument means pital is in charge ol Dr.) Isaac Hulse, Surgeonof GEO. H. BESTWICK, --I pleasantly by the numerous amusements that nay service aforesaid and has been, f-r shall be; ',. ,. ii''

they are dangerous. nothing, Mr. Ewing, Ll'C3I1SeIr.. Nile, a the Navy, a gentleman! : celebrated for his Wholesale iKctiil! Grocery & Provision Dealer, suested. t'r with a horse or equipments, or with mili ; .
I in fire order and have ? the there :
The pinll" are now actolltrEtnenffbf owner

The .:\ '-Qut n c'47, is surrounded by t Free Soiler, ran for Governor, against both j skill and talent, as well as fin his hospitalityand TALL.IiASSCE.'FLORIDA.T7"ECPS so for a l Ions time 1 and bid fair to continue longer.Person ha. riqied.ot any shall person take the rit-leor such i ." K

admirers. She is handsome, but that is riot the other parties ; and Heaven knows the i, noblenem of heart. It was through his constantly on hand, and for sale at the I wishing visit (them for medicinal ', eqUipments. or military accoutrements on 1 .e .

all. Her greatest charm is found her vi. Connecticut Whigs have been quite as bitter humane and laudable exertions that a library IV lowest t cash prices, for cair.all t the articles in I would do well to call early. All who wish to and the saP has been cr shall be I Io t, cap ,

in ;I against the South as e'.enrr.. Gid racity and intelligence high moral principle desire. I solemnly )believe the people voted 1300: bound volumes! for the use of the sail- Coffee, Tea, Bacon lIaiimsSoapCandtei, Nuts {ar'l vevance from Tallaha! ee and Savannah as there such owner shall allowed pay there I tll
i week that ir
and sins, Lard V*hi.key, and all other articles usually (four arrivals of mail stages every on making proof as in other es.and the fur ,
commanding: force of Chlr.ctr'l to condemn the deliberate errors committedhere ors and officers of the navy.-Xeic Orleans found: in similar ebtabluhrsents. All personsanl- from Tallahassee, and two from Jacksonville, proof that be is entitled thereto by having fur .

.which exhibited by one to young, awaken since th. 4ih of March. Picayune. ing to purcha any of the above articles, are respectfully the stages (there connect with the mail steamers the same,and having taken the risk on him'J

alike admiration and Not far distantis Attorney General. think I avoidfd all invitid to call and price them before buying Savannah to Jacksonville, thence direct to mTliouse.I .
respect. would remark to those who wish to come by the in of his ,claim! -
TJie Charleston Mercury has the following elsewhere. I[ testimony support ,
trouble officers Mr. Pre i-
another sunny face, wreathed in miles and by retaining my Store formerly occupied by L. t II. Greenberg own conveYance,his stable i is provided with a \ before requiredevery such owner thereof a ; I .
the sweetness of innocence-and how dent. I on the subject of & Co.,corner Monroe and McCarthy streets. of rood lod"der, corn, and hay, also an attentive ho nave to prove that he did provide the horse, e- j ;.
many i President. Just what ] had reason lo an. THE VIRGINIA ELECTIONS.If May 12, t 1S1!!. 1 IP. tIer. And he further promise* that no pains or .or military a co trement.tbere1D men I
others are there whose beauty claims our re- ticipate, Ir. Johnson ; for you were one of 1 -- - --- ---- pense will be spared to provide as good a table a! ( 'd.and took the risk thereof onhi D elr. and that
our telegraphic reports are correct, of 1---- Just Received country can afford ; to those who have visited i, entitled to pay therefor by having famished t
gard.The the few Whigs who did not hesitate openly to which there is strong probability, (the route or .I place.; lie knows it is useless to sav anything about same and taken the risk thereof on hirr!el! ; ar.d : fc

County of G ad& n contributed to the support the justice of the war In which I wun the Whigs Virginia is overwhelming, and ,II I Tr.R SCIIR. TALLAHASSEE, a lu e and fresh Those who are lond of spoiling will find prnof should be contained ins deposition the ;

I my laurels. almost total. Of the fifteen members of Con. I JL supply 01 U4r-cuied Ham, plain Hams Rice, quantity wild game, which this section who had been so provided .by him with such .
array of beauty, by the ofone of her Uacon Sides,Lard, &-\liofwhuh\\itILt. .
presence of the I Hour in, and very near: the premises,as deer are equipments, or military: accoutrements.THIRD :,
: Secretary Treasury. am sure, elected fourteen Democrats
grees are and sold the lo--tst rates for cat only.
at very the house.
most Ihe
agreeable and [ through day quite near .
accomplished, Iv seen
interesting General be made about the CLASS OF CASES.
no complaints can the GEO. II. BKSTVVICK. .1.
i' I remaining one an Independent( Whig, true If there should be any visiting here,and '
daughters. Treasury appointments for Penn .rJlnia.Presiaent to this South, elected over the old Whiz member Corner of MOnroe and :McCarthy streets. I require medical aid it can be bad verj near,as ; seventh section ot the law enacts: 1

hut whJ so much about BEAUTY T There Mo, Mr. Meredith ; I know I Pendleton, who voted with Stephens and Mav 12. j49. H' as the State can prod-ice.! Terms r-l Hoard That in all case* where horses have been c'n- J
and above all I -- ate. D. T. TREZVANT, rropri tot. by a board cd'.cers on account of their on-
are tbo present whom nature has endowed your good sense, yocr ability, Toombs againi the Compromise bill. Virgin Notice.HAVING E. 5,1S43. It f-
i Copartnership Lower Mineral Spring. F-, May ** for service i in consequence of the Govern
with gifts fitr more excellent than handsome your moderation. Tois much, gentlemen, I ia, therefore, on the great question of Southern I taken'int:
faces with and truthfulnes with beg to say iu conclusion that cither my Cab.' Equality and Southern Uights will presentan H.-HOLJrKIS: >, Esq the business For New York. equipage shall be allowed anti paid for. when .
: sincerity joel mutt be true I to my avowals, or cUe I take undivided front in the next Congress Till be in luture be conducted under the name firm TilE Brig WACISSA[ Perry master, the 'lact' shall be proten by I legal and satisfac P I n.

purencEs of heart and gentleness of spirit, with the reins mpelf. I did not turn politician nnd position eminently worthy of her as the Empire and stile of \V.V.. CROOM t & Co.Ve shah be have despatch. For freight or passage evidence, whether oral .or Written that such 1 I .t
horse and he turned
beauty of soul and nobility of mind. These I I President to exhibit myself in a humiliating State of the South, and the old Flag Ship giad receive the continued patronage. of our former ply to JOHN DENHAM. quartermaster of{ the equipage army whether WES any over re. ..

are graces which never fail. A blight eyemay attitude to my country. This council is ad. I of the Republican Party. customers. W. W. CROOM! Newport, Sth May, IS!10. 13 therefor was given and produced or- nAt." 1

}lose its lustre raven tresses be thorn journed. i In the Legislature, too, the Democratic par. TII03. H. HODGKISS. establish a claim under this provision the I
I may [If the above scene did not take place in ty retain their ascendancy ; as a matter of Quincy, Mal S, t IS9. I 19 4w (Sent.) : Information Wanted : must adduce the evidence cf the witnesses "
!, of iheir power to charm, the light of the most the White House, on Thursday last then all I I under ihe head cf the tint class of cases, "
I I especial gratification, we may allude to llu Edward TiJiliiion, Merchant, proving that the property therein de. j '.
brilliantjcounjenance! may be dimmed with tre the auguries are most deceptive.] defeat Robert E. Scott, the leader of the MEDICAL NOTICE. OF left Dublin about fifteen year ago for New was, while in the military service cf.theUni : .

fight of }ears, and features which once bewitched [Pcnnsyhanian. small minority in the last Legislature, who Charles-T. leans, and It supposed to be at present in of his States", condemned by a board cf officers en ac ,. ,
Dr. Darby Full l particulars on the subject inquiry of their being rendered unfit for service in con ,. '
by their symmetry, only mock by a voted against the Southern resolutions. I T) E3PECTFULLV announces to the public in eenIV ler to Ireland last year can be obtained by of t the Government filling to supply! forage;
; of what they once were ; A singular case of deformity in a young In every aspect of the case, the result in eral! that he has permanently located himself inIonticello. in! this advertisement. Any information thatsti'ch property was turned over to a quarter -
lingering likens woman, living in Athville, North Carolina, is I Virginia is gratifying and important. We } riorida, and will be.f und at all times ing him will be thankfully rece-ved by ol the United States army, explaining when 4
i i the truly excellent mind and soul which in the Journal. She Stfict attention will CEJAS. M. C. DELANY. insaiil
reported Surgical wait trust that it will not be without its effect upon unless professionally engaged. i New claimant was remounted&; required .
change not or change only as they are developed born completely destitute both of arms and the Democracy of the other Southern States be "aid to ill professional calls. : Counsellor at Law,69 Nassau St., cla5 of cases, < a
May i, IS.t' J' Other Florida papers please copy. no case can the production of the evidence pre
into nobler worth, and improred into. legs, tho situation of'which is merely indica. I whose elections are cpproaching, and in April 2!. tSot!. 4w-Ifi C. M C. D described be dispensed with, unless! the ira- i. _,'

higher excellence. I forbear to designate those ted by email round projections, thus being, in which, if the proper spirit prevails, and pro. Notice.A War Department, March 26, cf producing it be clearly proved; .
I! fact, a mere human trunk, surmounted by a per exertions are made, sufficient gains from LL hiving claims and demands againstthe then the nearest and best other evidence which
by whom these thoughts are suggested. There head. She possesses, however, a remarkabc tbu ranks of their opponents be effected persons Estate\Valler W. Taylor.deceased.lateof RULES IN REUAT IOWTO CLAIMS PROVIDED MARCH FOR BY case is susceptible must be furnished in lieu, .
is sacredness about such worth which forbids notified to present themto ACT or CONGRESS, APPROVED ,<,.
a power of locomotion, and can transport to annihilate the majority in the next Con. Len County. are hereby authenticated. within r iTtTLLD ty ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE Every claim must be accompanied by the-ccpcai E
me to emblazon it : I choose rather! tf' herself over the floor with ease, by submittingher } gress which the Whigs have so confidently the: the tilneprescribed undersigned by properly law ; and all persons indebted MENT Or HORSES ANPOTHER PROPERTY LOST of the claimant. declaring that he has net re ,

admire it with a secret, sincere, half selfish body to a kind of rotary motion alternate calculated on.SpcaJing tu t said Estate are requested to make immediate pay. DEBTKOYKD IN THE" MILITARY SERVICE OF from any officer agent of the United States j '

ly from the right to left, and the contrar'fhie }.- __ n _'__ __ ment. R1C11AKO IIAYXVAKO. Adcu.May5IS1O. UNITED STATES. horse or horses, equipage, accoutrements,mule, .
devotion, than exhibit it to those by whom it is what Henton would call revolvingon out in Church. Under this IS-'2m. CLAIMS wider the provisions of this cart, boat, sleigh, or harness, (as the case t
-- ALI t be presented at the office of t he Third be,) in lieu of the property lest.nor any'ccrn. -
might ho --
not appreciated. one's axis. head the New York Tribune gives the follow. Great Bargains-Real Estate.I ditor of the Treasury: Department arid each curt for the same," and be supportedt prac
In conclusion, let me mention the fair stranger ing very good incident : substantiated by stich evidence a* is hereinafter d by the original valuation list, if made by .. .
Island of Cuba ** WILL sell ny plantation' C49 acres, one mileNorth to cases of the class appraisers of the property at the time the same
from the Vest, of whom FJorida,the State Island of Cuba.-The con. A young lady of this city, who is engagedand of TanEh3l' ee. finely watered more than igna.eltIth falls.respect taken into the United States service, and in ca .-
which it i
tains three thousand five hundred: superficial will shortly be united to the gallant son in t timber, rich $Ci.OO
of bare occurred becacse
her adoption, might be justly) proud. If one FIRST CLASS OF CASES.By where the loss is alleged lo .
leagues of land, only two.fifibs of which are of Neptune, visited the Mariner's Church on per acre. Al my house and lots in Tallahassee, United States failed to supply transportation for
there be any charm in sweetness of (JISPOSi. cultivated. Of the retnsiningthree.fifihs now Sunday last. During the sermon the pastor 'for $1,500. 7Vr//w-One third Cash,the balance the first section of the law it i is enacted : horse, and the owner was compelled by the order .

ion and simplicity of character-if any Jove- unused, one is probably valueless, leaving one- discoursed eloquently and with much earnest. two equal annul installment! fiotn 1st t January. .'That any field,or staff,or other officer, his commanding' officer to embark acd lave him,
j!:'). JOHN P. DcVAL.Bel militiaman, volunteer ranged, or cavalry, enraged provided for in the first section cf the law; the '
liness in piety which softens and refines without hall of its agricultural resources developed. ness of manner on the trials, dangers, and Air, Ma/5, 181 ID- 18 the military service of the United States since of the claimant must, in addition to the

making sombre the and It has twelve cities, ten towns, one hundred temptations ot the profession of a sailor ; he ISth of June, 1812 or who shall hereafter be in above mentioned, declare that he did ;.-
spiri-if and eight villages, and ninety.sir hamlets.In .- concluded by asking tho following question : Plantation for Sale. servkeand has sustained shall hill sustain while obedience to the order of his officer, leaf e ,said'
uhica neither envy nor jealousy sharpens sale his Plantation without anj fault or negligence part and equipage, and (bathe never sold orolbei- 4
1841, the population was, exclusive of soldiers !. 'Is there one who thinks anything of him who subscriber offers! 'for the (lossofa horse iobattie. rby
THE said of the said horse and !
Blue Hammocksituated Lit e disposed or eqiipaje nev
can if conversation enriched asthe upon
please ; by and resident foreigners, one million sev. wears a tarpaulin hat, a bluejacket, or a pair Cidsden ,containin 1,3QG acres. loss of a horse wounded in/battle, and which received any compensation for said horse cr I

reading and thought, and made delightful by en thousand six hundred and tweuty-iour ; oftrowsers made of duck-in short, is there tIe Upon River the,in tract there H uunty one valuable millpeatwitha died, or shall die of said wound or being 1'0 and lost from any person whatever" ,
his officer
genuine kindness of feeling and elevation of but a more recent census has shown an in. any one who cares aught for the poor sailor}l' dam in good repair,also 100 acres Hammock Land shall; t be abandoned by by order the loss of of day horste by All evidence other (than the certificates of officer : p, '

the crease of about three hundred thousand. A. A little girl, a sister of this young lady, who cleared in th* last t twelve months, and ahout &OO shall sustain damage because of the.unavoidable .\ at the time of c'mnsj thro,were in the milita
sentiment heart and
can win (he rich valuable tobacco land to clear, with Negro or abandonment service of the tlniled States, must be sworn be.
of the is black and her acres United Scales
bout one-half board
population was sitting by immediately jumped ofthesea when on a
Cribs and Oveneer'lI1Inen some judge, justice of or 'othef *
melody music enlut! the affections-then is Cabins, Cia. Houses, Corn the United States failed to peace per
o of the negroes,from one-fourth toonc-tbird are and looking archly at her sister, said in a tone good repair. For terms, the sub. vessel, or because duly authorized to administer oaths, and of .
and tbeowner
horse t
this lady-go where she may-declined to free. About one.fourth of the imports are loud enough for every one to hear : Yes, sir, sCriber! in QlIney. transipottatioQ the for order the of his, commanding was authority proof should accompany the evi 41

hare warm friends and sincere admirers. from the United States. 'Beck' does !I' The audience was convulsed WILLIAM MUNROE. pelled embark by and !leave him, or In consequence of the 'GEO. VT. CRAWFORD 1 1
with laughter the minister bit his lips and Quincy,May 5,1849. 18-4w States to supply sufficient forage, or Secretary oHTar. .
Happiness to her, and to.all those lair being nit d failing MutaTED, March 2 1949. .
who Parson Brownlow, the Editor ofthe Jones- concluded the services by requesting the con. S. S. 'Knight cause the rider was dismounted and separated 1 TAYLOR.: .
participated in the of the /
festivity oc. borough Whig, writing from Wasbinton, gregation to unite with him in i his horse, and ordered to do duty on foot at a
tion.ii the farewell wish of prayer. continue business at his old stand where I detached from hi* hbrse, or wh>n4he officer in
*Since it is understood that not WILL ? ti
) have
says : hoped to wait ou such of his as immediate command ordered or snqll! order '
UN ETIUNGEB. one of the fifty and large odd thousands of The Turpentine Trees.-The Wilmington heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, promising hone tnrned out to graze in the'woodprairie* TblrfAudilor's OfticiMareh 3rlW9.5 .

How creeping, sycophantic and unfortunate office. (N. C.) Chronicle states that the iniect which thit all shall have good articles at fair prices. Commons, because the United States failed, or Each claimant an hate the sum whfch maybe al* '

t Preserve Egg-Take eight quarts seekers with which the city abounds, I am was so destructive last year to the turpentinetrees April 2J.1&49. 17 fail to supply sufficient forage,and the 'loss was on his claim retnltfeA to him direct, on his }
of UQslacked lime, pound of common shall be consequent thereof, or for the I los of ; a wish to that effect, and naming the .
in that section is again at work and
silt regarded here as rather a clever sort of man Overseera of Roads. of the loss Is be
two ounces of cream tartar mil in wa. Notice'to sary equipage in consequence oftjs ol bis residence; bat if the money to re -
ler so as to bear an egg with iu ; just above I than otherwise.An that serious injury is apprehended from its_rav- A LL oveneers of roads having claims against t the as aforesaid shall be allowed and paid the pf paid td any other perf en, a power of attor (

the surface the mixture top old walked into the office ofajudgeof ages. _ JCounty, of Leon,for measuring aud posting, are thereof, not to exreed two hundred dollars : la him from the claimant, dalvexeented and au- -
; pour jqio a water lady requested to present them to the Board of County ded, that if any payment has been or shall be r sloolfl be forwarded with the claim. t
tight cwk containing the eggs and they will probate, in Massachusetts, once upon a COTTOX FACTORY is MIDDLE FLORIDA.Mr. Commissioners at a special session, to be held on to any one aforesaid for the ue and risk or for To facilitate he renttislte searches,and avoid debt '.

, Keep good for hvo'J. l1r1. So says the Amert" time, and aid, Are you the judge of repro. GEORGE JONES of Jefferson county is, Monday the 14th day ol 1 May next. It i il desirable age after;the deat b,loss,or abandonment of his \\ the adjustment t tbeclaiinseacb claimant should

\ wn Agricultvritt. bates I" I am the judge of probate," we learn actually engaged in preparing for that persons holding such claims should be present. said payment shall be deducted from the value : on his papers, tbe.pajmaifer ot tber disbm-
of the unless lie satisfied er shall satisfy the officer whom lie wa* paid for the services ot
in reference to the character of, pay \ by -
- Cleveland.-Then was in store atfdete. wa the, rep1.f.VeU, that'i it, I expect, the erection of a Cotton Factory on his premi. as explanations be at the time he made or shall make the ,-horse, wtgon,carUteam,boat.&c. W

I land tn the opening of navigation, 630,000 quoth the old lady. You ace, my father was sea in Jefferson county. This we hope will work'msy.Bv.order of necessary.the Board* County Commissioners : thereafter show by proof that he was temo PKTER HACKER c %J

I libels of wheat, 1600 bbls. flour,::,OO ,bar.. detested, and helen several little.infidels, andI be only the'pioneerjn'the' work of progress, r J JAMES E.BROOME. which case the deduction tchalf only'eifevtf: to 4% ,-- Third AJtr.

fe'*, >wkan4 tOO barrels beef., \.' ,'f'. tantto be their execution*" ,,\, 4, in

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---r'' Dissolution. GEO. W. IIUTCHINS In Gadsden Circuit CourtT
copartnership heretofore exist Dg between AUCTIONEER 1S49.

q A *MI tty tt.. nun* of (,.,rl' ha pifvd with al fOG' DR TARVIN'S S' RELIEF PILLS THE S. Knight & G. 11;Bestwick;under the name ', Thomas F. Martin, }

** of th. Km*of tf. P.T.*...<. .n4 um hn RUM to pat LAD and style of S. S. Knight & Co., is this day disco! TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ti. AttLtiArch.B. 8106 JQ.

S I" e tkruptrilU. m filch th.y mil Dr.Tci"'ncnd'i fruvaptrilla an effectual or the following painful' ved. The hooks and papers are in the hands of S. REFER TO MeDougaldV J Bond In 8WO.

4BoniiBttia It O F.\"CtA.F; O"iut.1 This To.Miend I It ARE distressing female complaints viz: Amen S. Knight. All persons having, unsettled! business Messrs. 11. Boxa, J. W. ARGYLE D. C. Wiio, THE defendant and all other persons interested

I"doctor and I.'w '%1; *IUI WM I'rr' trnrkermi nUt otrhcra.or obstructed menstmation.Dysmenorrhoee, with the firm will please call at an early day for set F. H. FL400, .J. Iionso' and J.T.Aacnz.a. hereby notified of the institution of the

_.Vt \u.umc t the title of I> or painful and imperfect menstruation attended tlement. March 10, IS-I9. 10 above suit by attachment.wid are feq t1 wed to appear

It pan** of e*'"'.J eredll for.hat he it not. 11,1 ii UirtuIXMI with ick head-ache, sometimes profuse for a considerable Tallahassee,April 24,1S19. and plead to the declaration filed therein within the

tiw pubLic lot t k ..f tbd pnrrtute BOB bat tt time and len entirely "uppret Chlorosis, S. S. KNIGHT. In Chance time prescribed by law.
OklQIJfJI. JIfb 7ou..nds i>*ri-- Lenccorrhca Whites soothes! H. BESTWICK. Dated 29th A.
01\1'1 01.11 or green-sickness, Or GEO. MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.-IN GADS- January D. 1349.
pnlli. hiring ou it tLe Old lri. likrnv. hit ftitily cost and eases the Win oflift-Snppressionot the lochia April IS49. 17.Administrator's. DEN CIRCUIT COURT. JOHN ERS7INE.
nr', ,nd hli .inalur sesi ili{ c<*t of Wnn. during confinement, Spittingpt blood,or bleeding of Plaintifl's

/,. (::c. I \'U"AI,/..\.. )'.,,Q ,. Ille gums, Convul ionsor Epileptic fits, Lownessnlspiiits. Notice. The Branch of the Bank of the1 1 '. February 10, 1549. 6 3ai Attorney.

Debility and Neu'ousntI, Costiveness, Barrennes ,
months after date I shall present my accounts "
.4' *-and many other diseases that are too tcHiou Governor of Florida. SIX M.
and to the Hon. Judge of I SIMOX'TOWLX.
to mention that are general! caused by an obit apply Benjamin C.C.West.Sheriffof MABIAJO P. pp .
) rocl ion or want of tone in the female genital organ WHEREAS it has been represented ; res- Probate for Gadsden County for a final settlementand den County, and ex-ojfieio admr. Bill to forecloseon TOWLE &, PAPY
citizens of this State that one of the ,
V.. discharge Irom Ihe administration estate the Estate of James Innerar- Mortgage.ity .
\ ENOCH SEVER of Jefferson County, did, on, or and also settlement and Attorneys and Counsellors ,
They promote all the Vecretions and excretions in Archibald Black, ; a dec'd., John F. Innerarity.1 at lair, i
t about, the first day of March, commit a murder in final discharge as Administrator on the dower allotted formed
all William P. Innerarity. association
the lemalt organism; they effectually remove Santiago an for the Practice
t.'. .. {,,,.,., ob t rurt ion from the letnale const i iul: 1 ion,unles complicated the county of Leon upou the body Anthony C. and set apart to Margaret widow Innerarity, Lewis W. Minor and HAYING,will attend the several Courts of the ;

.. Er '-. I j- with some other disease and then greatly Hand : : of said Archibald-Black, dec., late of said ounty. Heloise Minor, Defendants. J Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the District Courtof
: relieves it. Gradually inttoduced into the : the U. S at Tallahassee. All business
: tl'm system Governor of the State of Florida byrirtue of the TT BEING MADE TO APPEAR by affidavit filed entrattcd
vl .. restore action in the uterus and its I 7th, 1S49. 14 to their will receive
they a healthy authority in me vested by the laws ofcaid Statedo i. in this cause, that John Innerarity resides be- care prompt attention.

( -,'. ,< ,.' appendages. The great Jvantage and supericnty of hereby ofl'ertwo hundred dollar*reward 'for the apprehension Jefferson Circuit Court. yond the limits of the State of Florida, to wit in the 03-: Office in the Capitol. .

y ,:. the Ladle Reliet Pills over all other medicines is, ot said Sever, and his safeJelivery to the State of. Alabama ; that William P. Innerarity reside February 17, 1849. 7 ;
that while t eradicatedisease.lhey I inigorale'lhebI William,Bailey, admr. de) IN CHANCERY.
t they Sheriff uf t the said ol Leon. out of the Middle Circuit of Florida, to wit in
( : ,f '. Many persons have been by the use of county iionis non of John Bella the of Pensacola in the State of Florida that i
\ ; curr Item-The said ENOCH SEVERs, a stout, well Bill for Relief For City ; 200 Sacks Salt.
; \ t ttu-M pills\after an affliction of year In short, built man, about six feet high, rath pale looking, my dcc., Comp. sale of land-tot aside Santiago Innerarity resides beyond the :limits of the J

.: \\ J these pills are a perfect regulator of, the. monthlyencualions and has light hair. vs. Conveyance, .c State of Florida to wit. in the Island of Cuba ; that RECEIVED per Brig Wacissa. For nit by 3
of females. If they are profuse irregular and David
Henry Doggptt DE."iUAM.t
\f : : 7/1 icitnett whereof, I ha/e hereunto set Lewis W. Minor and Heloise Minor reside beyond
i"; I they (the Helt Pills) restore them to .their i[:SEAL] my hand ard catned tie great seal of Barrow Deft J JI the limits ol the State of Florida,to wit,in the State Newport< Feb. 21, 1849. S

OLD) ) IK) JACOB TOWNSEND, rretilar period proper quantity and quality, and the State to be affrn-c this 3d day pf I appearing to the satisfaction of this Court, by of Virginia : It6 therefore Ordered, That the -
do likewise if they are scant CT obstructed. X affidavit made in this that the said defendants said named defendants do and the bill
THE OHI(I V AL IlISCOVERER OF Tit: April.A. D., 18H). cause appear answer Flour, &c. :
Many females are throw into convulsions or Epilepficfitxby WILLIAM D. HOSELEY.By reside out of the State of Florida, beyond the complaint filed therein within the times limited '
Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla.
the suppression or obstruction of the the Governor: Gorermr of Florula. jurisdiction of this Court, but in the United Slates : lo them respectively, that i is to say-the said John RECEIVED per Schooner Randall Marshall
(M Id "'""n..nd it iiiiw nlxiul 70 Venn or ncr. and hii $nsgs. monthly evacuations, (occasioned by cold or some planting Potatoes
nail' ItlUCOyF.KF.R of the "A. E. MAXWELL, Secretary of State. II it Ordertd, That the said defendants.Henry Dog. P. Inneiarity, Lewis Minorand HeloNe Minor. II
.tin HUH
Lsii. the 16
"n a is' other ,) and remain of pit and diet superfine Flour
cause objects **
s.iKsir.inti.- y eett and David Barrow do appear and answer the within the period of four months from the date of
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10/0/401.\.0.1."I"la&t"! ...."I".d|7'U"\r/! I' ",,..arlur. ') the remainder of' their lives ; these pills cure by removing Court of Probate, Bill of Complaint filed in this cause within four the first publication of this order; the said William 50 sacks Salt, for sale byJOHN

ii but ... .. ff"' ''tL the Mle the cause which first t produced the disease. months from the date of the publication of this order Innerarity within the period of two months ; and DENHAM.
tl4tI'IrT.e4I ehO only "ho had protrd It worth. and Nnownit ladies Irom other MARCH 21*. A. I D. J isio. )e\vportJanuary 20, 1849. 3
Many imprudence or smne cause,
iue. hud r.h.,1 the elr"I in.n>. Iu.nhelf'II or the said Bill will he taken for conjured the said Santiago Inneraiity within the period of ">\
,HIMIr. 'on I. who bud teen bratrd (f cove diMm.... sinj "avd take cold alter or during confinement which causes STATE OF FLORIDA-CoU.NTX or LEO=. against them ; .ind it further Ordered, That pub months, or in default thereof the said bill of complaint .
rr>im d" Ib. ,iirncnlm! l it.! ....I.nt.and wondirfulHEAUNG the uppreeion< of the lochia ; for that, and all similar .
POWER.: William G. Ponder, Executor of 1 lication of thi order bv made in some newspaper may be taken as confessed by the said defen- Blacksmithing. j
diseases. the Ladies' Relief Pills ctlectualremedy.
are an the last will and testament ol published at Tallahassee, once a week for the dante, at and after the several periods limited to
Kit''")"!, MUI v.r, c ft thi l h.hcd.( by hn kill. wl$'nee They valuable during /100D, substantial and cheap Blackstiiithiog of
are a aperient confinement
.n4 .ijieri.!!". drtiM-d on lutirle wlnrli would br of inr* Archibald Graham deceased Petition for disr four month them respectively in this order. Providedthat this VJT all kinds done at the 1
tulvintnre 10 mankind' when the uinHHt would he fur or to correct a cos-tit habit sick headache *. tribution "J l the I certify the above to be a true copy from the rec- order be published once a week for the term of four last Shop near my Stable occupied :
""ho f bring it tnw unl"fr3I l nntire. wVn 'titwuItIaeI inr"timnlil. &.c. They relieve barrenness ; they renew Am Ponder, John Swnn, Peter estate of John ords of Jefferson Circuit months, and at the expiration of the said term of year by Miller & Brokaw. i
would known and ibis ha> connlh Court.C. January 20. 1549. 3 A. A. FISHER.
inrnt bye b. ..ajiprrrialed. Ille and invigorate the blood.give tone and activity to I Carleton Isaac N. Cook, and Graham, decea- G. FIFE, Clerk. (four months then continuously once a month for

GH.fNI .f.\'J.111,11'lb.r'\'IQtU.II; rUTI'.tR.tTla.. the- nervous system, and are the mildest yet the Rachel his wife, and Coll in ed. March 31,119. 13 Ihe term of two months in a newspaper published LEWIS & AMES
w m"nll..I"o/ch. .. ,an/ f" ," most certain aperient knownthey' are harmless and (;Graham heiis at law of John within the limits of the Middle Circuit of Florida. ,
>u the 'Irncth(Verm-rilion and bmilth or uf drirrinnUion.I'nl'ke the jM-ciiill. ) .II I foundliirnpalileiif innocent in their effect For younc ladies who I Graham, deceased. Notice. THOMAS BALTZELL, DEALERS

ynitnc S. P fnuuwnd'i.iL inrsr..c| with\ afe. and have arrived to the age of womanhood, and whose made to this Court that Collin Months after date I shall to the lion. FebruirySO.A.D. 1 1S49. Judge.C. DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS
being appear to apply OILS.
feeble relaxed to hi forward the
tnt inj
fur the better sjbtems are too
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titt priftiplei hnl.s.I"lt\y lontift &'rbf il. Irpu.d.111"'dre PMirin natural evacuations, the Ladies' Relief Pills are a Graham one of the defendants named in the said e of Probate in and for the County of Leon, H. DC PONT, Sol.! for Compl't.A ToileL Articles, Perfumery, 4e., Window Glass

: ">rk. and tne l lal".1 dmri.\erm, .,f the art. b..e nil twrc-' and efficient remedy and old ladiesho petition, (if he is still in being,) resides beyond the for my discharge from the admini tratorthip upon t true copy : PAr tTE1tI' BRCSHES AND COLORs,

imurU,r."a"n.| nw The'''IIIIoa ar.epiiruiIc| In the rnnt.tanlftlur tt it! well $known v( the to Uld,,r.a.Inf *: I are prompt about passing the tiitical; period nl l life, will de.rite limits ofthe Slate of Florida, but within the limils 'the goods chattels, and estate of Thomas Knight I. R. HARRIS Clrk LESTER Gadsden Circuit Clerk.Court. Apothecaries Gins Ware, &c.

lien.rontnlnt% 'lla>' inrdicmal' prn|.' .nnd conic pro|. j jnlnch much benefit from an occasional use of these of the United States: It is tlintfore Ordered, That deceased. ROBERT BUTLER, Adm'r. By R. C. Deputy T U E above constantly on hand and for sale at the
"'inert or u.cin t, etid .II,,, which if, rvlamrd in pre- pills they will serve to and assist nature the said defendant, Collin Gialiam, do appear and March 21,1849. 12a3mNotice. March 3, 15-19. 96mLiverpool lowest market prices. i
i nnt 'II for u"ef'Nlue' trrn.ntutte* and which it inJurwim ; keep up.
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l., the 'y>u>in tvmie of the |>n>prrtie fr Snr.itl>iirillart it: maintaining, a healthy action in the uterine functions answer the said petition within four months from Salt. LEWIS t AMES.
... if they are n'.t un"n.d a .rtmfi/ir n ECEIVED per Schooner Lucy Blake COO Sacks
the taken
Complainant's petition af'
'. thoreetiK-nenrrdinlUmniiufirlurr, M.irrover,, These pills are the result of much anal long experience Months after date, I shall apply to the lion. 1\
ontj! Salt. For sale
e which nfTui esbatatun. and hate been used the inventor with conle! lf >c rmlnlili prmci/o'c fly vujM.r. f' .no long by t )! Probate tor County DENHAM. MILLER &,
Hie v tmmtuUmnlttal the order be published once a week for the term of four BROKAW'Sk
untlcr ht11 are friyrrlir If the huppie-t and most universal success ; they are latteis of di!>mi "i ion as Executor of Esther Korne-
to'.. w'hirh fi.i Ui '1' IU mine. months in some published in the County Newport, 31st March 1940.Pickled .
'I'mpotpct'nlirf'l vegetable f.ub.lal.ces. Theyact newspaper late of utid deceased.
; County Lirery Sale Stable
Any perann "Aa b,1 u r tir the rout till the) coloredHquid. gay -------
whirh it timrc I 'im the iimitr c"I..I.I in ihr mm 11110fmm favorably, both as a mild apeiient and Ionic, onall of Leoa, and State aforesaid. JOSHUA TAYLOR, Senr., Executor. ,

aov thtn{ eli.| .-. Uir\ run then' '.,all thirinkiuid, nr tnpid\ constitutions' and without injury to any. They JAMES E.: HROO.ME, March 2tI*-J9. 1243rnNotice. Mullet. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. _. ._ _.
liquid. rwrrten will, urn! mulH.-'. and turn cull it .S.'RPAPniM.A Judge of Probate. BARRELS No. PICKLED MULLET of
EXTKAtT Iwc been prepared with great care, and are indeed ------ subscribers have moved to their
vi fYKfr.: Hut urn it the D-O THE up fire-prcof
ariirl.knnwn at thi alI what their name implies, Ladies' Reliel Pills. Ma. March 21, S19. 12-4m the tirst catch and in fine order. Stables, and take this opportunity to inform -

GENUINE OLD DK. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSAIteAPAWLLA. ny timonials of their efficacy could b<< produced, ---- ---- ----- having demands again the Estate For sale low by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. their friends :and the public generally of the

but a few only w ill he given, as the public will be Court of Probate--Leon County.In ALL persons Edword II. Wilder, late olGadHen County, NewportNovcmber2i_ 1S.JS. 19 fact. Being thankful' the liberal patronage they
Th' it t rtpitrd. Uiat all the until |>w|*>rue< of the !artapurilla better able to appreciate their value after they hate the matter of the estate ) CHAMBERS, : --- have heretofore received they solicit a continuance !
thm without
ru.t *r* tur&rrmn\ed cry thine tnimh.e nt tircomitifarid dtceaedtsill present t to me delay.
..of f>>rmott'on. 'Is extrsrii-d and rp.ctl.; then etrer) proven I them Ladies, this i medicine is oflVrrd you I ol Lester Crook, deceased. 5 Aprilll.l I 1S9. J. M. W. DAVIDSON, Administrator. Tobaccos. of the same, and pledge themselves spare no pains ;

,*",,!. of mriiicul "Ifu",.. ,it t"<4 in H (" anf mureiurnfill that ou may in a great measure become your own the petition of William Bailey security, March JO, --19. 10-bw FUll. supply manufactured Tobaccos,jost received for the accommodation of those who may patronrs

"Ib." and. and thu I prnrtm it| ...rrd I'fjHired''''"II'e.'in tin(lotme'*w a)a,n\a' i>f rnnde\Iu viilu-the Physician ,and thereby reic''p jc-urbelve* of manyof ON prating that Luke Moore, administratorr>f.aid
OHM! (>o.Mllulj lr,1 I"f't in the l \ those diseases from which I the male part (
Cute of inmiinrrnlilp) disra I h'.iman race are exempt. Each: box contains thirty- of petitioner orin default thereof that said Moore be 1" it may concern, tliit I have this day filed in Newport, March 10, 1519. 10 for comfort and convenience, they cannot be surpassed .

Henrv the '..n *b\' "t heir oiniiirndnti' tin <-vcr>' vide I I hire pills-) rice gl.OO per box. it-moved from said administration, it appearing to the Clerk's OtEcecf the Circuit Court for the county by any Stables in the Southern conntiy.

la.on its el. ,
O..L..UITIU.\, t' urd I.IVV.R: COM I": O. Welch Druggist, Albany, Raker county,Ga. aid of the estate ol Lester Crook, ,a petition in behalf of Andrew. Moore in rightof HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDA.

11 IIT..4TICnrl'l.f.. riLV.S.rusnt'rvt : E. Seixas, Druggist Thomas;'ille.Ga. resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida, or his wife, Rachel Ann Moore, one of the heirs at ,

n.t'S: Rl.<;;fs.l'HIand MI: all hffbni:
IMlURI OF THE BLOOD. county, G.i. ; so that notice of said petition cannot be served I who died intestate, for the partition or"lhe Real : thej have leased this Spring for a tem of ALL creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to

It fx>. .'.f. na".I. nIfrar\ 'ID all uimp,!"int
.from .Icidiff "J Ikt Stomefk. (ruin In.11|> circumtiou. : Ihrnard,Jr., Diuccisl, Tallahassee, Fla. Luke Moore administrator as iifoiesaid, do appear} I I'o1otn! deceased and that I will apply to the generally known that it is needless to say anything cf Jefferson County, deceased are hereby notified

thf c 'Ixxly limn.r l. 'v. Brinson & Brother, Druqpisle, Madison C. IL, and answer said petition within tour months 'rll''l the I i I I Couiton the Third fonda in June next 'for the appointment on that subject.To that their claims and demands will be barred at the

hkt not ttt equal in <*.'.< ami Catfkt ; and pn.mut.emytvelnrnrlnii .1 Fla. !!date vfl the first publication of t hit order, or the said j j: orCornmi!sinners to make partition; of those afflicted with Rheumatism,Scroffula Di.- expiration of two years from this date, unless the
and ecntle |Ttnnton.; trictore of the Arid by II e inventor at the Mineral Springs, and the thousand ills which mortals' are heirto exhibited
and nl8111 petitition may he taken for confessed, and the prayer !i r said estate according to law. Monticello, March 3, pepsia same are to the subscriber ; and all persons
luort\ in chlt.tioihire !ever. it. ec.enue nlh.> |"ri.ISut '' rmnilentlj seen a-id ae Lowndes county, Ga. I' I hereof granted : J'loridiJ That a copy oil his or-1:! 1 16,43. THOS. JEFF. HEIR we would respectlully suggest that they try its who have any demands against the said deceased

keowkded thnn in all k.nd< and "'I!e. ..I' (ler be published once a week for four months, in || Solicitor for Petitioner. virtues-believing from its many almost miraculouscures are hereby notified to present them without delay

FEMALE COMPLAINTS. some newspaper published in t the City of Tallahassee. March 10,1S49.! JI350Notice. effected by its use that they also will be sitni- and those indebted to said estate are now called upo&
ft .nk"ondi.r in rHM tif ,:"..1/bwg.>r ll'At'rf 'il'I A MADISON Cot T\'. JAMES I 11 BROOM, _ la ly benefit ted. And we say to all who visit this to make immediate payment to
lit.H.* O/t,4 lH/r".o> fmttfiu .\,,,.. irrrfiuartif Some (time about eight I mil carrii-d that in the event that they are not .
of the | clteclaalIn years ago :'prill.l. 1".tt: l l.r> JtuJce! of Probates. Spring, benefitted JAMES R. TUCKER. Sheriff,
rurinf all lite fornit 1"1'1., ,ry.1t III'u Iil lIe. ; U a which was t Ihl' second time that I had done 0.- __ ___h after a fair trial, there will be no charge for boar and ex officio Administrator of said estate.

rrnirtvinj\ iihttnicluint, nijcl. ,,,liallrl; the fcot-nd tjtlent. Shortly after the last miscarriage I I311 compelled Just Received, cj'x Months after date I will apply to the lion.ii The seekers of pleasure will here find a deli&htful Jefferson county, February 10.1S49. 6 6wW.
It rivet lone and bo.1). and thutrnrti lie in the woods all Judge of Probate for.Gadden County for letters
'teatll t f out night from the Indians which place to while away their time.
all fornn ofScn'Ol8 LEWIS & AMES' Store, a fresh, supply
caused take cold which AT Itl imi '.ion from t the administration cf the estate of been renovated and the
I me to an obstruction The Hotel having rooms GAITHER BURGESS
ami debility, New arId Valuable Medicines- which & CO
IG' 4iet..itP "chpasc'a.... v"rMlv tit otnr : of I the monthly evacutions, which entirely disappeared -: the among James H. Gibbon deceased. made comfortable and supplied with new furniture ,
5't l.allcl", are lolliwing:
.ce,mtaif.. .Vrrlftti. 4t. S'stkS* }).*.(, luc.'r I i } about three jearsago. Since then I havebecit I R f:. GIBSON Adrn'r.March we hope to give general satisfaction. Receiving Forwarding & Commission
l.i1.. C "rlimif. &c. subject to violent attacks of epileptic fils.I .- I DR. SI'EiCEn'S'f..GF.TABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE 10. 1 S tl. 1OmNotice. Our arrangements for supplies,&c., are such as to ,

the It ttnujarh.clentet cl..n4 bl.,1{i,ct i.g.tod.1"t dI the e.tlnn.liwrtn rel.em henlthy)the' action bowelt tnnet, of I'.I Some two months since, I obtained three boxes cf BITTERS, enable us to keep as good a table as can be found in ''Ci1T.

r "'and condipKtmn. all\i infUinrrmiim. the km. Dr. Tarvin'a Ladies' Relief Pills, and they have relieved Designed for, and will cure, D}>pep"ia, Liver Ccn- the South. -ALS
vquiilitet the .'"llrl"1 cf the hnn| .. the ,nte me cm unpleasant mentioned O'X' months after date.I shall apply to the The provided provender
over tody nnd the Dealers in
(..aU.cltlr Hnd tithlnett r'm.Illnl.lle. ., obttrurtiont jieri pirntion,;and re- ( and from experimental knowledge. I would Ueases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure O Judge of probate for the county of Jefferson, for that the country atlords, and with attentive Western Produce,

'n"ltfnue "( nu. .)"Itl. It rotthui then recommend them to all toy female friends in affliction stale blond. letters dumission as administratrix de bonis non ostlers. 62 Pojilras Street New Orleans.

The medicine you need and Ido think, from the experience I have ha j, : DR. HULL'S WORM! LOZENGES.: with the will annexed, of Jeremiah Johnsonlate of Pa s*>iuer? from Tallahassee and Jacksonville Feb. 3, 1849. 5 6m

But can any of three thinpt prr.rmlltltl' *! iafe- they are worthy. of all that i i. claimed for them. I The safest most effectual, and pleasant preparation said countv. ,deceased. MARY S. JOHNSON. meet with no inconvenience in getting from Alligator .
,k article t 1'hli y.unc lnH" 1 "liquid; i< rmt c., tie MOLEY OVERSTREET. lelbre the public, for the eradication WORMS, in 7lh the will be made to Notice.
COMPARED Jefferson County,April 1 Ib31 14 to Sprint, as arrangements
WITH THE OLD DR'S I Children or Adults. _.
.tU..ann.r KAMi FACT, tliit the one !INCAPABLE I daJSereby certify i that the above r.ertificateillit- HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES. of Attachment. bring them without any delay. SIX months after date I shall apply to the Hon.
CI>"EKIOUATI".lldE'ER{ erally rue (from mown. knowledge.GEO. I Vill FRtvENT Consumption, and CUR all calC of Board will be moderate. of Probate for the County of Jefferson for
J E. OVERSTREET.< Silas F. Amount sworn to $SO 4S-OO. SAM. BUFFINGTON, Jr.
SPIL Btirnej, ) uf dismission as Executor of William H,
Cold Asthma ol Blood Pains in the! Side
the other polls ,Spitting ,
: and ,
0 .neru. glue CHARLES E. RYAN.
J. ei.nimninjit intofnunienit ; the"..u,,. acid liquid UurtKf eiplnding Madison County, Fla., near Fort Hamilton, Apiil Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Coraihints. r,. > Damage, $160 00. Mathers, late of said county, deceased.
and duniujmj oilier rjioilt : Mo't not thw linrrihie nan I 23d, 1949.About i I Isaac Hutto. ) Bond, $160 00.'pilE April 7,1S49. 14-4w 1 am3rnNotice. SOLOMON E. MATHERS.

pound be |MtiRnnoti4 .the .)''h,- H'tkat! fl arid ..,. A I I -\ ..- defendant and all others interested are hereby Jefferson County, February 10, 1S49. 8 tSm
tyftrm a..J, *lf"atI! What cailwt ltiritia| | but .
acid not all know that when food bun In our tuiniach ten yearn ago,and shot tly after confinement, I II DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, J. notified of the commencement of this suit,
( what miwhleU 1 Jialpi- returnable the Chruit Court to be held at Talla. months alter date I will apply to the Hon. For New York.
of the I r.lun., t"tuRntr heartburn. I took cold which brought on irregularity and obstruction Well known as a Safe. Certain and Effectual Cure SIX
tl./n he"r IUw ..m'' dllrhlA dvt.nutery. colic. hasst-e, in the County of Leon and Middle Circuit of e of Probate for Leon county, for Letters of
corruption 1..til< Nrolul" but an andtumurin of the monthly evacuations accompanied : for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent
'b"ll Ditmijsion the admiuiafration of f the
I he State of. Florida:"on the fourth Monday ((20th from estate ot
thelxidyTVhiu produces the hnni..n which' with Lenccerhffia, or'bites ; Irom that time, my : and all other Fevers. 7Vice reduced Seventy-five
brarr: flu riuiiioiii| avery
ipelVhilo *.Ullr. t'r\fT s. and all April 14. 1 1M9 IS
and .".',na' U m under. heaven"Ire'aloa.ln.hI,1 but an aciduUurrr. low state of health, NO that I was scarcely able The aboe Medicines fresh and genuine. are for the same. WALKER Si GWYNN

'I.i.$.".nre. Iotblnl|Miilt all the fluidt of ibe to get about. I took medicines from several Phsi- ale by LEWIS AMES, Feb. 2f, JSt9. S Attfsforl'I'If. Notice.SIX .

body innnr n l 1.1.. \\'hn_ ..n'1 Ih"UII"I"1 but a tour o|. 'ialls. and found but little relief, until I began to assume Tallahassee, Fa. }1E REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between
arid f.uld.. wliirh and in.u.u uitwlf the.<.1".1 irllr ie titnuet thejoiolt lad which el.ewhere. I a pale, sickly appl'arlncLand the least cxer- For certificate of recommendation, and other in. Iron, &c. months after date, I shall apply to the Hon J. New York and St. Marks and Newport will

.it anti t\"I"lnt. ,.ev.u.inr""lu'l tN"N'of 'inijiunt of the upun blo. of ion caused my neck veins to thiob, and I had a formation concerning the above Medicinesee future FULL assortment of Iron,2 to 7 inches wide, Judge of Probates for the County of Gads- commence running at the opening of the fall trade,

bunmn lernnpedfuiruiiauin.ana. ( nearlj) all the ailmentt atlcI short ness of breath, until sometime last December dvertistments, and pamphlets! which may be obtained A 40 kr:;* Nails, assorted sizes, I den for letters of dismis lon as Executor on the estate and continue throughout the entire year, ?iz:

loc naiurr.,.a not ournble to mike ind tell and 'mfititrl utritIOUM I obtained from Dr. Tarvin some of his. Ladies' Re. of the Agents. ft Just received and for sale byMcNAUGHT of Samuel Strickland.dec'd. late of said county. Brig'C WARCALLA, Josseljn, Master
thl.50lW.G.l'JRMENTIG.. ief Pillsand! I do hereby certify I hat I hat e found. March 19,1848. 35 & ORMOND. H. H. STRICKLAND Executor. OCILLA, Trim, do.'S .

: ACID COMPOUNDS more relief from them than any medicine I hare ever ---- r-f'wportl\Jarcb 10,1S49.) 10 January 27,1819. 4 LUCY, Hosmer, do.

TO\8 ), taken and would therefore recommend them to Drugs, Medicines, &c. -_ --- SUWANNEE. Clark, do. (new.)
stud >vthe would(h" fj.n. bn\e I.und.nla.d. that Old> I. ..ICCOb'nen.end's females in similar situations Flour, Sugar, Potatoes, &c. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. WACISSA, Perry do. (nevr.)

hit ia'e"f' |irrparauon.'. (w..c:: 4 -.orii.I..u nH1A'nOff RLETER HODGES. EDWARD BARNARD, JR., BliLS. and 10 half Bbl!. superfine Flour, THE snbtcribers have on hand two hundred and These Brigs are built in the most substantial nanner -

He. ten forbid that we tbonld deal in article "hicb would 10 10 do. ty ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which they expressly for this trade, and are commanded bj
a I do hereby certify that the above statement, madeiv _:AS received, by the late arrival, a Whiskey,
bear the careful
n"KI dastcnt and
"a"'lb"nre to 8. P.'"I"n..nd',..rtic.aad wife Stricter is and this I4th iI 'fresh addition his of GEN. 10 half Bbls. do. have obtained direct from the manufacturers, and experienced Captains. Freight and pas-
'Uicli thuuld brlnj duw n upon' the Old D,.turh a my just true Dec. to stock at the lowest rates. eoniil.liiii and rrinilnatliint from Arent ho have told I J'it"i A. HODGES P. UINE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of ft i Hbls. Vacuum Process" Sugar they will warrant it to be a superior article. sago Agent.-
and Iarh"lt*bhVe used f. r.1'o"*ead',r RIE:1'IrU Lowndes County, CGOth Dist., G. M. which are of good quality lor for Cash.Also 4 Kegs Butter We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines ,, COE, ANDERSON & CO..
lmIPOI., band 4 Hales Gunny Fgs, by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute 10 Beaver street, New York.
". heraut it it the that on a general assortment of the follow JOHN
F. p. To."".Ind.t.a.I.and Old Li,. .1".lla,\ .totl.end'i Baraauarilla in
are A''I..1 efert AI*usfic.te!, 4i",..,!,.; that A CARD. Houck's Panecea, Rowan.l' Improved Tonic Mix Received per Tallahassee,and for sale by on the most accommodating terms. McNAUGHT & ORMOND,

they are uall'. n every) particular, batingootone tingle thing W. J. TARVIN has located for the present lure, Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Brandreth'a McNAUGHT! & ORMOND. We have also a few account yet due to us for the Newport.
1 $. P. Towvtend U no doctor, and never wat, la no DR.ummer and Fall at the Mineral Springs on the Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor Newport, March 10, IS.19. 10 year 1S47. They are generally in small amounts, Newport, August 12, iS-IS. 4

C .cbeinUL no t'hcrrnac.etustknowi BO more of m.dkiDI or dliatethaa Vithlacoochce River, eight milei below Troupville Worm, Cough and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland's -- -- ----- -- but if the whole could be paid shortly, it would go Salt

')hat fvurtntee any other,can. coimnun the public, tinteientlnV.have that tinprolenional, receitint man. Lowndes County, Ga., where he will practice on Celebrated I Feverand Agw Remedy,Lucenia Cordial, Spring and Summer Clothing. far towards liquidating certain sums which we owe. and Rice.

feanine kCtrnlihe. rm-Oirin. cuntainirc .!ch..1| "Inuplof the I I Chronic diseases principally. He hal just received Thompson's Eye Water, McMunns' Elixir of Opium, 1IiAltK & STII'LMAN are now receiving a LEWIS & AMES. FOR: saleto arrive in Brig Fiorina,

article wbich n j 111"tll it and w hich ..inrmwihle; f(huntei achoiceselectionofrnedicinesdirectfrom Savannah. Sands Sarsaparilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, I _1 small, but select assortment ol SPRING AND April 29, IS4S. 41 Sacks Liverpool Salt,

.till.ruifbt ,> tb.U the -AUE.\T8uf 1.IMW.i..Iea o( Arsons afflicted' with Eruptive diseases, scald Tyler's ditto, Gordon's Hillious and Anti-Dyspeptic SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a few article Take Notice. 26 small packages Carolina Rice.McNAUGHT -

Bat wiim die should fe expected fniin one "ho know noah head,white swelling, old ulcers, sore 1 legs, &c., female Pills, Beckwith'd Anti-Dyspeptic PilU, Peters' and *, such as1)rhIts & ORMOND.
IiiccamparttivHyuf niedicluecirdmeate'' Itrt-quireta |herbal diseases, dropsy, and other old chronic affec- Spencer's Pills, and is Agent for S. P. Townsend's TilE subscribers respectfully request their cus- Newport,January 27, 1849.. 4
"!.esfwrseore 10 rook and terve up even a rommon decent Drap d'Ete to call and settle their accounts imme-
ions that should :
think celebrated in
ruesi. How much important proper to place themselves Sarsaparilla, quart bottles, at $1 per Cashmerettes &
that the ho Marseilles e.
kfacture medicine mu,1, dencned for I i Mrmoi w man under his care, will be apt to bt well satisfied with bottle. Al superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from diately, as they have engagements at the North Land For Sale
WEAK STOMACHS his treatment. This mineral Citric Lemon Acid Suitable lo manufacture and to be disposed of for which must be met promptly and earnestly hope
AKD K.frEKBLZD STSTEMS, water has made many pure or far ;preferable for Ihe .1 R.1RE CHJJTCEt
ehould how well the iiiedint, propertiet u plant' the beat cures of DyspepsiaGravel, Rheumatism &.c.,and he sick or ordinary use'than that usually sold, London CASH and CASH ONLY,at moderate profits ; and their friends will aid! them in so doing or they will

,niauner lmMext of aecurlng. Ibuwktt.and! conrrntratine of the tL" healing 'irnirt, topes by his assistance, that they will cure many Porter, &c., &c.JunelOISIS.. would cordially invite their old triendsand custom be compelled to place their claims in the hands of THE land known as the Oventrect Tract," 9
diwatet Tallahassee
which the Thomaiville
"nfu. call and tear -
to purchase. lIection.N. .
the DUinan atec Dr. Tarvin an Attorney c.
)'1<0.1.and bow to adapt reniedirt them more. will cure negroes afflicted with 47 road
I U 1 arre.t !frauds tahoe| thf ulff..e. t u pour balm Into chronic diseases, by coctract for an interest t in them. --. ----- Tallahassee, March 17,1819.. 11 B.All% unsettled accounts closed from this adjoining GOT. Branch's plantation, containing

"'u.d h.atltr. e.lldJ. t.,;".- the diipainng ".unl. t i This location is remarkably }healthy. .l.INSUIUXCK COMPA.1V. date March 3d, IS.19. 7 or 600) acres. Will be sold low, and on
km.n.t t.talL bloOl t;* r into the eu.h. b i Bagging, Rope, and Salt. CLARK &, STILLMAN. satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For
Infirmlly thai May 5,1S4!
and.c. OJ.I I'K.J \'? further
UXJ particulars to E Barnard Tallahassee,
t.I.OUGHT Md tVf.M f O> opponnnity cd means t brie YND | RECEIVED! per Brig Ocilla and other vessels, March 3, 1849. 9-lOw or apply DANIEL LADD, New Port.

Grand niH'r al Concentrated Xatnre'i own Remedy for Bowel Complaints. THE undersigned having lately been appointed. Bagging Thomas Jeff. Heir, Jan. 13, 1S49. 2 tf
agent in this vicinity will insure Build : 200 coil. Rope,

within lL. ,cb.said to lli Remedy. (.r ill whi need it,thil TilE Flux Root is a specific remedy* for Bloo- ings and Stocks against loss by fire on the most favorable 600 sacks Liverpool Salt, for sale by ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Tax Collector's Sale.

U 1"'ar tea and know by tUI..I.'dl eiprrirnrc. im Flux, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, &c. It i i is the terms. Persons who wish to renew their insurance JOHN DENHAM. practice in the Cic1it Court in each

Iranfcceiident I.ower to Heal. simplest yet the most certain! and safe remedy ever with this Company can do to on applica- Newport, November IS, 1S4S. 18 WILL l of the Middle Circiit, and in the Su. B virtue of the authority vested in me by law. I

discovered few hours will be sufficient cure the tion to R. B. POST. Court and United States District Court a have this day levied upon, and will expose for
wholesale preme
: and retail by tmsl. violent! case. It. was first discovered and used Tallahassee, April 7th, 1S49. 14-tf Notice. Tallahassee. sale, before the Court House, in the city of 'Tallahassee

THOMPSON. SKILLMAN & CO., by the Cnuocnee Indians for Bowel Complaints with Months after date, the undersigned will apply Monticello, January 29, 15-1S. 29 on toe first Monday ID June next.the follow

102 Nassau street, New York. eminent success, and by them the use ol this very State of Florida.--Monroe County. SIX the lion. Judge of Probate for Leon County ing property or so much thereof as will pay (be Siat
valuable root was made known to the whites. and County Taxes due bj the thereof forth
And by LEWIS ds AMES This Smith Mowry } for letters of dismission as Administrator of the Medical Notice. owners *
plant flourishes in the valleys of Western Georgia, e.. J BILL IN CHANCERY. Estate of John Smith deceased, late of said county. year 1S49, to wit :
Agente, Tallahassee. and North Carolina. It i i. neatly put up, ready for Joseph Lawtcm. ) PATRICK SMITH, : dminislrator.Marct. H. G. W1RT, )f. C. have J. L. CALL. M. D. Lots Nos. 19, and part of 175, and Id, 0. P.. and

April 21, 1949. 16-ly use in ounr.e papers, sufficient to cure several cases, DRS. W1RT & CALL associated themselves 152, N. A. of Tallahassee, belonging toAnderion
TT ISH). 10 Cm
., appearing to me by affidavit that Jmeph Lawton 10. the of Medicine & and
- -- -- --- at M cents per paper. ----- -_ _ _ practice Surgery .C., Peeler.
J. defendant' in the bill filed in the abive S
a Rail Road Notice. I For sale by W. lirinson & Brother, Madison C. IL, out of the State of Florida, and in cause Europe, resides : Help Help Help offer Office their services Store to the Monticello public. Florida. Lots Nos. SI, 52, 53, 84, and S5, N. A. of city of
Drug ,
Hi.; E Sie\a, Thomasville,0% S. Puleston Mon- over Tallahassee,belonging to Charles F. Mercer-
is Ordered
// That said
defendant apf ear and an- subscriber most respectfully calls on his ens- Augusts, 1813. 3 ly
ticello Fla. and E. Barnard Jr. TIlE W. SUER WO9 '
by DruggistTalla- swer the said bill within the time prescribed by law, who are in arrears for 1S47 and '.cS. to JAMES .

hassee na. otherwise it shall be taken pro confesso. It if further lend a helping hand by calling and paying by the Gunny Cloth and Rope. Tax Assessor and Collector for Leoa'Countj.
i IR.9. November 13 f ts
May 18-3m
Ordered That a copy of this order be published 10th of March nex.t. the amounts they respectivelyowe. 18.1S4S.

NOTICE i hereby given to the Stockholders of -; in some newspaper printed in the State of Floridaonce FRESH supply just received and for sale byMcNAUGHT Groceries &c.
a Hail Roa S. S. KNIGHT month for nine months. & ORMOND. ,
< Cmpany. that on a He sincerely trusts that this notice will not be disregarded

Wednesday,27th day of June net. an electon will Wholesale & Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer JOS. B. LANCASTER, by any, but that all will call, and thus enable Newport, March 10, 1849. 10 1 Z BAGS RIO COFFEE,
be held' at the Office of the March I). ItS do. St. Domingo do.
Company in Talahasle. Key West 2S,A. 1849. Judge So.Cir.Fa. him to continue his present business.
I I for seven Directors to manage the TALLAHASSEE FLOBIDA.EEEPS THOS. F. KING, Sol. for Cornp. Those who disregard this notice, will, after the Confectionery and Bakery. :5 do. White Java, do.

Company for twelve' month from that d le.'I constantly on hand,and offers (or sale at a A true copy from the minutes : time specified be called on by one duly authorized HENRY KINDON would inform his friends and 2 do. Brown do. do.

R. ii:. CALL Pies..T. R. Co. advance on cost, for cash, all the standard w. C. MALONEY, Clerk. to act in the matter. generally, that he has on hand andis 2 Bbls. crushed Sugar,

: TatTabiatApn 7, 1S49. 3m-!14 [Sentinel. articles in his line. Flours of approved qualities April 14. 15 By R. L. HICKS, D. C. D. C. WILSON. constantly manufacturing., CANDIES of all kinds, 2 Boxes Loaf do. ,
'I ------' such GDshen Butter, Box, and Pine Apple Cheese Sup-
I -Sugan, Coffees, Teas, Bacon, Hams Pork February 10,1819.) 6 as : ,
Now Opening Soap, Candles, Lard and all similar article*-together ., Plantation for Sale. PEPPERMINT LEMON DROPS. perior Family Flour Cider,'and White Wine Vine>

l with Fruits Irish Potatoes, Onions Nuts undersigned being desirous of moving to the Long Cottons wanted. CINNAMON LEMON CANDY gar Codfish, Herrings,Chocolate, Candies, Sauces
: and of T
COMB see' Dry a entrl..orlmfi and Raisins Figs, Almonds, and all other articles usually Western country offers his place for sale consisting K\f\ BALES Roller-gined Sea Island Cotton W1NTERGREEN BARLEY CANDY, Pickles Almond, 1.'igs, Table Salt, &c. &c. "'
Italc) SlpleCuo. Received brig Suwannee, and for sale br.
of 398 f about per
found i in similar establishments. acres < 60 acres cleat ed tJ\J\J ;
wanted for which the full value will
I Halt Clothing are ,
nOlletleady Ilad and in a high state of cultivation and under And various others, them several that are McNAUGHT &..ORMONK
Glass Store next door above G. H. Meginniss', on Mon a good be given byl' S. F. BURNEY. among
.: \Sfo.and not., Crker. roe street. (ence. There is on the place about 120 acres of u February 17, 1849. 7 useful for colls and cough.,and i i. prepared to manufacture Newport,March 10, 1549. 10

VoUlw.adla4 P.Wa BURNEY. April 28.1849. 17 ly good tobacco land an the county can boast of, a tolerably any, and all kinds that- may be ordered, both

t M' -- good dwelling-house tobacco-barn and all I Notice.SIX wholesale ami} retail. l7 .

i. .t Apri 7lh. 1609. For Sale, necessary out-buildingi, with a pleasant situation i He is alto repared to carry on Baking in all its Attorney at Law,

J. $ -.'BONDOFFERS S'and'-'w good spring of water, good summer range for stock, months after,date I (ball apply to tbe'llon. branches,fro4i the plain\LoafoiDread, to I Ihe most Florida
DR. TWO Monticello
Jefferson Comity
-, UGGl HORSKS &:. Any person wishing to purchase would do well of Probate for the Count of Jefferson, exquisite Coy* and Pit,. Parties and the publiccan ,

his professional services the citizens d. ,cheap. They wilt be sold nep to call and examine for himself nine miles southwest for letters of dismission' -as, Administratorof. Paul de always be iccommodated by giving timely notice TILL attend the Circuit Courts of thoWic-

) and the surrounding-ountrjr irately together. Euquire'atthi'office. of Quincy., M alhabe- ,'d eeascd. *. \ "tat the BiVery ind Confectionary Jefferson street, Circuit,and of the County of Colombia itith .

OKJc Col. Fi h r', Hotrl. t, I' ALEXANDER E.; GREGORY. RICjtAflDlIARtON.- [oprn itethe'j uttion nowruf R--If. 'Berry, E 3 ., EasernT Circuit.J'YL .
__ __ ;' ,I 1LL- A f ._ nq Q J7 L=___a_i s e,__.- -a ---- -- Li ._