The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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CALHOUN'S LETTER.From the territories. This he fet: and bence his slaves might be introduced, at 36 30. This I I& CATarch, informing him at Ihe same contended ; nfwhat importance i is it, or how vhich no Northern man could sta. All !; I
bitter denunciation of them. But bo confined proposal, although made by a Southern member titnthat"he desired answers in writing from does it enable him to make out hU charge, his is just :as erroneous, both' as rtt'an i i*
the Pendltton .Mtitrngcr himself to denunciation without making an was taken up and carried by the vote of! "j the members ofthe Cabinet, and that the anSwers that the resolutions which be BO vehemently inferences, as are his statements and reasons I _
To the People of the Southern SUtei. effort to refute the resolutions by showing the North, and thus became, in fact, their of. vould be in time received the next denounces, were introduced for the purpou- : in bis vain attempt to make me the author of t t
Several reasons would have prevented( me they contain error, either as to the fact asserted fer to compromise. The South acquiesced, day. Such is the substance oflhe statement of disunion 1 The opinions ot the cabinet : the Wilmot Proviso. i, j;
from taking" any notice of Col. Benton, if his or inference deduced. lie knew that to without, however, yielding her principles or purporting to be taken from his diary. whether for or against, whether unanimousor If by abandoning my resolutions, he mean
Attack in his late speech' delivered in the be beyond his power and prudently avoidedit. assenting, or dissenting, a to (ho power of Connecting this with the draft a it originally divided ; whether written or uqwritten that it compelled! me to abandon their prfnci. 'i"J\
Capitol Missouri had been directed exclu. Hut, if the resolutions be true, as he is Congress, to exclude slavery from the territo. sbod, and the subsequent alterations were given under circumstances which would pies on a single position taken by them, or to ..,
ively against me. The line conduct I have compelled to admit they are by his silence, ries. It was a compromise, in which both. including date. memorandum filed with entitle them to hut little weight. In the firs'' be silent a to the constitutional power of f I!-1*
prescribed to myself in reference to him Ito how can they be a firebrand, as he calls them, waived, but neither yielded its opinion, a to I it,the natural interpretation of the whole af. place, there was no time for consideration. Congress over the territories, his assertion ;
have as little to do with him as possible, or be justly: chargeable with disunion ? Col. the power of Congress. fair is ihit Mr. Monroe drew up interrogaoiics lea, But one day elapsed from the time the questions would be false throughout. The resolutions l;'::1
and I accordingly, never notice what comes Henton has his own way proving things, Very different was the case in reference to and the draft of his letter intended for Gcner- 1 were put and sent to the members of the were introduced, a he states, the 10th day of ";
from him, even in his character as Senator, which appears to be very satisfactory to himself Ihe Oregon bill, passed at the st.ssion preceding al Jackson, on the 4th of March, tbe date of' cabinet until a final decision was made. In February, 1847, near the close of the : ,4.
when I can avoid doing KO consistently) with but to no one, who will take the pains to the last. There the North contended for the memorandum. It could not have been the next place, the subject was little understood session. So far from abandoning ser, I i''
P my public dutes.: 1 regard him in u light examine his assertions and reasons. the absolute right to exclude slavery from all earlier according to the diary of Mr. Adams, and had at .that time received little con. from keeping silent, I discussed the principles {I': '
very different from what he seems to regaid Despairing finding anything like disunionin the territories, and announced their determin.ation nor probably lator. He did not date the sideration. The great point in the discussion on which they rest in the debits on the bill to !;.: .
me, if we may judge from the frequency and the resolutions themselves, be seeks for it tOjdo so, against the efforts of the South draft because the letter could not be finished of the Missouri question was, whether Congress establish the territorial government of Oregon .
violence of his attacks on me. lie seems to in the motive, which he gratuitously assigns tome lo compromise the question, by extending the and transmitted to General Jackson, unti after had a right to impose any other limita at great length, at the next session, and i, I
think, 1 stand in Ins way, and that I am ever for introducing them. lie first asserts!! : Missouri Compromise line to the Pacific O- he had signed the bill. The was lion on the admission of a Sate into the U. established them by arguments that hare never ;i! *
engaged in fco-.ne. scheme to put him do\\'n'-I that they are the prototype of those adoptedby cean. The offer was scornfully refused, aad drawn up as it stood, in all probability on the nion than that prescribed by the Constitution. yet, and, I will venture to say, never will b i j. i>jei
I, on he contrary), have never the Legislature of !Missouri at their late the bill passed, without any compromise. I basis of the opinion expressed on the third of The question of its power over the territoriesdid refuted. Few have undertaken to refute ,I
ing him to the level (jf a competitor, or rival, session l and then asserts that the only difference was intended indeed to be the practical assertion March, the first day of the meeting ofthe Cab. not come up until near the end of the dis and those who have undertaken it signally ;
nor considered it of any importance to ni", between them is, that mine aim directl\! of the naked principle, that Congress had 1' inet, and which, at the time as (the diary states cussion : and according to my recollection, failed. Others, like Col. Benton,have taken 7
whether he should be put down or not. He at disunion, and theirs ultimately at same the power to claim for it, by the Wilmot pro I was unanimous," and the doubts and uncer was scarcely noticed, much less discussed.So .- the more prudent course to cry out firebrand I I&sunionjnstead
must think he has something to gain by assailing thing, fur which he offers no reason, ciccpt iso. It was the first act of the kind e\'er.. tainty opinions were expressed by some of loose indeed, was tho prevailing opinionat of attempting to refute
me ; I on the contrary, feel, that I that theirs pledge the State to co.operate with passed, and wascarried by the desertion from I the members on the two subsequent days (the the time, that the power of legislating over them. *
have: nothing to gain by noticing him, and I the other slavebolding States. He thus assumes your caus by Col. Denton and Gen. Hous- i 5th and Cth of March,) which caused the in. them was believed to be derived from that por- ButMf means, tbat) was deterred from .
when compelled( to do so am satisfied, il I es. that your aim as wel as mine, is disunion 1 ton. It is not suprising that the former should terlining and the first modification ofthe draft, lion of the Constitution which provides "that introducing my resolutions at the next session,
cape without some loss of helf-respcct. I ; and this, while exerting himselfto be desirous confounding this far more Or1ous as now stands. I is difficult to give nay Congress shall have the power to dispose of :. by the cause which he assigns, a simple state
have another reason for not desiring to notice the utmost to discredit me with you, as a I measure, with the Missouri Compromise other explanation. and to make all needful rules and regulationsrespectng ment offacts will give his assertion a flat con.
him on the present occasion. All) his charges; disunionist ; for it is apparent his speech was a much less dious one, in the hope of mitigating -I I (turn now to Cot Benton's reasoning up. the territories and othe properly tradiction. He has made his statement so as
against me, with few and trifling exceptions, intended to ha\e its effects on you generallyas your deep indication, occasioned by I on the sul cct. 16 alledges that the words belonging to the United States. Such il to make the impression, that Mr. Dix introduced
are but the reiterations of those often made well as his own constituents particularly.He : .- his betrayal of you, on a question so vital to and voice of every mtmber was explicit were would seem to have been the opinion of Mr. the paper at the same time that I introduced .
heretofore by himselfund others, and which I then drags in the Accorac resolutions I the South. Hut he had another motive which struck out, and "explicit" inserted, evidently Mor.roe, judging from his manner ofpropoun. my resolutions, or at farthest, early in the .
have met and successfully! ]l repelled in my place to prove, that the object a of will be explained hereafter, and which makes. to avoid violating rule Cabinet secrets ding the question. He puts it in language next session ; for otherwise, it would not suffice j
in the Senate. That they made no impression the Southern States, and that ho assumes to I it still more desirable to him, that the two 1 not to tell the opinion of members which the borrowed from the provision "to make a reg to show that it was owing to its introduction !
against me at the time, either in the Sen. be proof conclusive, that disinion, is intendedby i should be confounded and regarded as identi word unanimous" would do. His statement ulalion prohibiting slavery in the territories," I and the disclosures it made, that I was
ate or community, there can be no better my resolutions. He is quite horrified at.. cal When it cornea to be explained, it will contains two errors, as to fact. Ktplicit'! and not to make a law to prohibit. But since deterred from introducing them, 8 he states.
proof; than is afforded in the laborious and the idea of you meeting in Convention, in I seen, that it was necessary that they shouldbe ; was in the original draft and never struck out. then, a more careful examination has estab. The fact i is not so. The session commenced 4
tiresome effort he made in his present speech orJer to consult on the best mode saving : in order to extricate him from very awkward Unanimous made no part of the original draft lished: beyond all reasonable doubt, that this the first Monday of Dpcember, 1847, and Mr.
to revive and give them circulation. both )yourselves and the Union ; indeed the I dilemma in which he has placed! him. I as he supposes. I was a part ofthe interim- provision was intended to 'be limited to the Dix did not introduce the paper until the 26h: '
Under the influence of these reasons!, I madness of fanatics, and the treachery of deserters bflf.! Job exclaimed, Oh that mine adversary ing at first ; but subsequently struck out. All disposition and regulation of the territories, of July, 1648, nearly eight months subsequently .
would have remained silent, had I alone been should not make the latter impossible. had written a book ;" and well might I : this is apparent from a certified copy of the regardersimply as land or property, and lint: and one month after i bad ( discussed .
concerned. But such is not the case.!! His He next asserts, in order to prove that disunion have exclaimed, oh that my adversary might I. paper now before me. Thus his reasoning no power whatever beyond, the principles of my resolutions. Did ,
blow is aimed much more at you than me.- is their object, that they render the adjustment 1 make a speech. His adversary must have falls to the ground. He caries the rule of much less that of prohibiting slavery under he see,that all this would have been manifestat
Ho strikes at me lor the double purpose of of the territorial question imprac. been very much like mine. We have never !; Cabinet secrets very far, much farther than he such circumstances, even if it could be made once without a word from me, if he had
\vealtcniiig me in your confidence and of striking ticable, and that, that was my motive for introducing heard whether his had the folly to accommo. does the same rule applied to the secrets out, beyond a shadow of doubt, that the cabinet given the dates ? and was not that his reason
at you and your cause through me, uhich them. He makes this assertion, in date him as mine has had .accommodateme. ofthe Senate. Who ever heard that it was was unanimous and that its members gave t for not giving them ?
be thinks can be done more effectually indirectly the face of facts perfectly well kno.cn to him ; a violation of any rule Cabinet secrets, to written opinions in the affirmative. U could Col. Benton seems to be conscious, that it
than directly.' Thus regarding his attack that the members, with D very few I I have now effectually repelled his pp'pos- say the administration was unanimous or divided have little weight in settling the constitutional was necessary for him to explain why he had
I feel it to be a duty I owe you and your honorable exceptions, had rejected every effort terous charge. that I am the author of the i ? It is constantly said in reference to question. And yet, Col. Benton, in his not assailed my resolutions and the base and
cause to repel it.'l'he at compromise, and had declared their fixed Wilmot Proviso ; for it is utterly impossible i tbe meetings, and yet he would have you believe zeal to strike at me, and, through me, at you corrupt motives be attributes to me for intro. J
effort of Cot Benton, from the beginning determination not to accept of any. I was .. that he can ever show that I am the author : that it would have been a breach of confidence and your cause, insists that the opinion of Mr. ducing them, long before, and in his place in
to the end of his speech, is to make out against this arrogant and uncompromisingcourse of the Missouri Compromise, or that, that compromise : in Mr. Monroe in writing a confidential Monroe's cabinet for ever foreclosed the ques. the Senate ; and accordingly has attempt I
that I have ever been unfaithful! to your cause that I offered my resolutions. It was, : and the Wilmot Proviso are the same. I II letter to a friend of high standing, to tion against the South. To establish a doc. ed to make one. He asserts, that 'Mr. Cal. ,
and true to that of the 'free soilers and the abolitionists then, they and not me, who took ground I. But as he has made it the position from which say that his Cabinet were unanimous ; and trine 6 absurd, he, by implication, lays downa houn's resolutions are those of the Missouri I
; while, on the contrary, you had in against compromise, or adjustments. So tar to assail ma with the charge of dlsunon, and especially, as (the question was one of constitutionality rule that the opinion of Congress, or any Legislature. They are identical. One is t
him an unknown but faithful friend on all t'c-, liom this being true, I have ever been in favor through me, you, including his own constitu. l and not of policy. What m l. department of the government, once ex. copied from the other. When the originalis ,
casions. He assumes,that you and they have of any fair adjustment, which was consistent ents, I shall follow him step by, step through ber of any Cabinet would be so base and cow. pressed on a constitutional question settles invalidated, the copy is of no avail. I am :
been both mistaken in reference to my course: with your constitutional rights. Of this I the long process, by which be makes the desperate :I, ardly, as to desire to conceal his opinion on a it forever ; and this, too, when it is well answering his resolutions, and chose to do i it. 1 :
you in regarding me as a 'friend and supporterof gave very strong proof at the very next session endeavor to establish his preposterous i I constitutional question ? '\ho. accordingly, known that it was in diiect contradiction to It is just and proper that I should do so. He is ,1 1i
your: cause, und they in regarding me as by supporting the 1/11: reported by Mr. charge, by attempting to show that I have I I II did not know at the time, that the opinion of the course he pursued in reference to the I.i the prime mover and head contriver. I bare ;
hostile to thei:8. Judged by appearance, his Clapton, which left the decision to > adjudication changed my opinion, a to the powers of Con- I I the Cabinet General Washington was divided Bank of the United States. The right of'I had no chance to answer him in the Senate, ,
object would seem to be to expeithisdehusion of the courts. The Bi \Ie have gr ss over the territories. Hut my purpose is on the question of chatering a hank Congress to charter such a bank had again I and it will not do to allow him t take a snap L:
while in truth it if, to give you and joui passed but l for his associates, abolitionists! : morse to expose his inconsistency, contradictions !'and xvhat side every member took 1 Col. & again been sanctioned by congress and every I:judgment upon me in Missouri, in carrying .
cause what he hopes will prove deadly: i lo\\s. and free soilers, and the question in controversy and absurdities, than to refute/' what he I Bttnton's explanation is destitute: ofeven plausibility department of ihe government. That he disunion resolutions in my own State, which :'
This the abojiiionibts and free soier! well understand. between the two sections, in / advances a!argument. Ifhe could prove to t and leaves the draft to speak for itself: did not consider all this as settling the consti.! he has been forced to abandon in the Senate. .I ft
: The disguise. w.ts not assumed to to territories finally adjusted ; reltreuct yet, he I a demonstration, that I have changed my o. as stands ; and that clearly is against the tutional question. the long war he wagrd a. Duty to the country requires me to answer :
deceive them, but to deceive you. They un. knowing all this has the effrontery (to cal it I pinion, it could have no weight whatever, Cabinet beingunanimous. The diary of Mr. against i I the institution proves conclusively.It him, and persona! reasons re-infbrce that pub. '1.
demand htm, and have hailed with acclamation by no harsher name) to me, towards showing that my resolutions aimed at 1 Adams furnishes the only opposing evidence.Noxr is his fate. to involve: himself dilemmas I lie duty." i'
his speech, and! published it and circulated them, as opposed to any charge! and that disunion. Nor do I deem it a matter of an I hold it to be a sound rule, that a diaryis at every step he takes and which he is either His explanation, then is- that notwithstanding I II
it for: and near, and glorified it and its I too for the base purpose of destroying the importance, in this connection, whether ) no evidence of a fact against any, but he too blind to see or too reckless to regard.He .- I his burning zeal to defend the Union and 1
author to the skies. They rejoice in the belief Union. opinion has or has not undergone a change: I who keep it. The opposite rule woud! place has labored through many columns to his own character against these wicked reso. t r!
that it has: demolished me, and this too, Hut all these assumptions were but preliminary in the ]long period of"O years, since the adop. the charter of every l.an at tie meicyo I prove that the cabinet of Mr. Monroe was .i lutions, he could get no chance before to i :
while it holds me up as the truest and best to a charge still more audacious, lion of the Missouri Compromise. At that whoever keeps a diary. I is not my ohjectf unanimous in favor ofthe power of Congress answer them." What could get no chance ; :
friend to their cause. It remains to be seen, that I am the real author of the Wilmol pro. time, the power Congress over the territo. to call in question tbe veracity of Mr. Adams, to exclude slavery from the territories, and from February, 18 47, until June, 1849, (the .,
whether yju understand: him as perfectlyas viso. He calls it the Calhoun and ries had receivedjbut little consideration whit but he was a man of strong prejudices, hasty that they gave written opinions to that effect, date of bis speech) a period upwards of two f
they doand: will meet the speech, so lauded says that I am better entitled to pro\so.paternity for the last few years it has been a subject of temper and much disposed to view things as I in order to prove that I am the real and responsible years ? Could get no chance, when they 1-':'
by them, vilh the reprobation due to effrontery : than Wilmot himself, which he vital interest to you, and, as such, has been he desired. From his temperament, he would author of the Wilmot proviso, with. were first introduced and discussed ? None, I '
and des-rtion.! It is not the first time that by strong denunciations of the proviso accompanies, and a thoroughly investigated; by myself and others, I be liable to notice and mark what fell within out apparently perceiving that, if he could during the long session which followed, and J' !
u deseitct las had the assurance to address .. long enumeration of the many great evils whose duty it has been to defend your rights his own views, and to pass unnoticed what did succeed, it would destroy conclusions ; for, which lasted more than eight months 1 None :
those he 'icscrtcd, and while professing regard has inflicted on the country. What effrontery i. in the councils of the Union in referenceto I not. I venture little in saying that if his I if the cabinet was unanimous how could I during the long and full discussion on the Oregon ". f :
for tkjr cause, denounced those who re. He, the avowed advocate of the Wilmot diary should be published during the lifetime alone be responsible 1 He aeems to have felt Territorial Bill, when the principles of '
mainedfailiful to it. The history of our rem. Proviso, accuses me of being its author, and it.To substantiate the charge of a change of of those who were on the stage with him its the dilemma after be got into it,and has made the resolutions formed the basis of tbe '
Julian furnishes a notorious instance of the a desperate effort ( from it. For that I ment on the side of the South t None arg. ,
denounces it in the most unmeasured terms in opinion, he introduced a copy of what purport statements would be contradicted by many, o escape "
kind. Th deserter in that instance, failed the same speech, in which he praises it and I, to be draft of a letter found among the and confirm all I have stated. But few statements I purpose, he had to falsify the Constitution, and ply 'lo me, who fully discussed, and I may say,
tCMJecei. : tiote. whom he addressed,or to!shake declares himself be in its favor He would i papers of Mr. Monroe. It is said to be in his from it have have yet been brought to i I to assert that the veto power was rested in the established them beyond controversy ? None, l,
their confluence! in *those who remained faithful seem to be perfectly indifferent of the recoil ;,j hand writing. I is without date, not signed: I the notice of the public, hut even of these few I! Cabinet, and not in the President, when that during the discussion of tbe report of the select .
to then, and in return for his effrontery on himself, when his object it to assail nle.I .- I addressed to any person by name, but con. two have been contradicted ; (one, if my recollection I I instrument expressly provides that the Executive I committee, of which Mr. Clayton was chairman e
and deBfrti'ii' have sent his name down to I There is no term in the language, by which :j taiued expressions which leave no doubt that serves me,) related to General.i power shall be vested in the President;" ? None, on the discussion of the bill N J
posterity wih reprobation. It remains to be uch a combination of insincerity, iriconsis- j it was intended for Gen. Jackson. This pa. I Jackson, and the other, to a Mr. Harris of 1 and that every Li shall be presented to the from the House Representatives, which ap. ; i 1
seen, whetler such will be the fate of the de. I tency, and brazen effrontery can be character. i, per was (found filed away with another en. I Pbila'delphfa, during tbe administration of Mr. President for lis approval or disapproval ; and I'' pled the Wilmot proviso the Oregon territory ,. f i
setter in tla. instance. Ued. The way in which ho to dorsed 0 Interrogatorifs- lssluri-Iarch Mon roe. that, if he approves of it, it !hal become a law, and which was passed by his vote and ,! '
He coujtcnced his speech( with attacking; make out his assertions, are in keeping attempts with :JO, 1820." I To Ihe Heads Departmentsand Opposed to the statement of Mr. Adam*, : and if he disapproves it, not, unless passed his friend Gen. Houston's ? Noneduring the Ijj
the resolution, I offered{ to the Senate the: Huh their character. I Attorney General." contained two \ stands the fact that no opinions as-i is admitted by two-thirds:of both Houses of Congress.He whole of the last session: and still more wonderful f,
F bruarJ.t-3.1., and charges that they were He .first assumes that the Wilmot Pro\'ilo' questions, of which the I pertinent to the by Col. Denton, are to be found on the files of follows U? this false assertion by another, none in making his lat speech 1 I cay 1 t
introduced the purpose ofdisun i on. That and the MUssouri Compromise are identically present subject is in the following words : tbe department of State nor any evidence that that I had one-fitlh of the veto power in my none, tor ho confined himself to denunciation
you may jrige fur yourselves I!, whether they the same, and then undertakes to prove, that Has Congress a right, under the powers vested any such opinions were ever filed ; although hands, when in fact, I had no partand when and abuse ofthe resolutions, without even attempting .
are liable ti the charge or not, I insert them. I am the author of the latter, and ofcouise, : in the constitution, to make a regulation] the statement purporting to be from the diary the paper on which he relies to make out his to answer them. No, he never '
"Kcsolrtl! That the territories of the United also, of the former. This must be a [piece of I prohibiting slavery in a territory ?" The on. I of Mr. Adams says, that Mr. Monroe directed I charge, shows on its 'face (that the cabinet consisted could get, and never can get a chance to an. /'fa:
States blong to the several States comprising s'. intelligence to Mr. Clay and his I i ly material sentence in the draft of the letter, them to be filed. One of two things would I of six, and not five, and, of course, if it swer them. For every other purpose, be can
ihu Union; and are held by them as ( range and admirers. I had supposed there I in reference to the point under considerationis seem to be clear ; either he fell into an error -I had the veto power, but one-sixth part was get a chance whenever it pleases him. Nooner's >i
their joint aid common property. was no doubt whatever to his being the real in the following words : "I took the opin. I in making the entry, or that he failed to I vested in me. But this double mistake is not better at getting a chance when he isdisposed. '. i
44/ew/txf/ That Congress, as the joint author of the Missouri I Compromise. It ion, in writing, of the administration, as to : place them on file, in consequence of some sufficient of itself to support his charge. The I He had no difficulty in getting a -
ngent and rprefentative oft States of this was he who devised the measure, introducedit I the constitutionality restraining territories, I II subsequent direction from the President. Il question would! still remain : How could I chance to pour out a torrent of abuse, to empty "
Union, hasao right to make any law, or doan into the House of Iepre&enlatirel, carriedit which was explicit in favor of it." Theseare is hardly possible, if they had been placed on be solely responsible, when, according to hs: seats against the late General' Kearney,
)' act whatver, that shall, directly or by its through, by his gloried in the I the exact words of the sentence as finally I file, but that they would still be there, or some own showing, [ had but a fifih of the power ? day after day for the greater part of a week,
effects, make any discrimination between the I reputation of being its author. I a little corrected by its author. It is explicit as to evidence, in existence, that they had been I Upon what principle of"jus lice could ( be made and that toojust at tbe close of a session, to ::
States of tiii, Union, by which any of them I cruel to strip him of the honor of being its author the statement, that the administration, as a there. My own recollection is, that Mr. responsible for the acts of the other three, or, the utter disgust of the Senate, and at the hazard .
shall be pnved of its full and equal right in at this late date, and to (bestow it upon body, was in favor of the constitutionality, but Monroe requested the opinion of the membersol as the fact really is the other four? To es of defeating many bills tben ready for "
any territry of the United States, acquired or another, who no one ever suspected of being 'furnishes no proof whatever of its members being his cabinet in writing ; but that. inconsequence cape from this dilemma, he attributes to me final action. I might go on and report simi. U
to be acqurci.I' so unti Colonel Renton discovered it. unanimous and of course no evidence of want oftime_ to prepare a xvritten the most commanding influence over the cab. lar questions, until they would fill pages- but
liesoled. That the enactment of any law if he could really make out, that I am that I or any other particular member of the' opinion or some other cause, none was given inet-so commanding as to be able to draw enough has been said to prove, that his explanation 4
which ahold directly or by its effects, deprivethe the author of the Missouri Compromise, he cabinet, was in its favor. 'I and this I stated in the Senate, when General over to my side a sufficient number of members is puerile and hollow. l
citizen tf, any of the Stales of this Union must go one step further to make me the author This deficiency Col. Denton undertakes to Dix brought up the question a to the opinion to make a majority ; and this, too, whenit He had many and fair chances to answer .
from emigrating with their properly into any of of the Wilmot proviso.; He must prove supply, first from the interlining and next astatement of the Cabinet of Mr. Monroe, before the fact is i apparent from the paper from which fhe' the resolutions and could have made one, if be '
the tcrrUdbs of the United States, will make the two measures to Le identical ; this he has purporting to be from the diary of wag disclosed, that there was no written opinion draws his statement, that. Mr. Monroe had no desired it any time, but there were two reasons :
such discriiination, and would, therefore, be a not done or even attempted. Instead of that, Mr. Adams. First as to the interlining : in. on the files ofthe department. I have doubt as to the power of Congress. I, then, which prevented him. The first is, that
.f violation! othe constitution and the right of h.; has adopted his usual course of assuming stead ofthe expression, which was explicit" entire confidence, that if any was given, it in order to command a majority, would have although he bad made up his mind to deser ,
the Slate roru) which such citizens emigratedand what he is incapable of proving. It is a very as it now eland., it read in the original draft, amounted to no more than the simple affirmation I had to control three other members agains'him ,you and your cause before the of i..
in drogation of that perfect equality cal way to reach conclusion that desired. "and the vote of erery member was explic or negation ofthe power. which Col. Benton seems to think I the resolutions! be saw the hazr and was
which Lt"mgal to them as members of the In this too, he has disclosed his wonderful it." These words were all struck out, except The time diJ not admit the preparation of could have done very easily, if I had thought unwilling to take that step ha&tiy. The Missouri .
Uuiou, an. would tend directly to subvert the I! aptitude to see what no one ever before saw. explicit," and in their place the following an elaborate opinion. and i ii, any such had proper. He seems to have a most exalted Resolutions forced his intentions .. '
Unioa l1'e"ll.uolrl or suspected. Heretofoie all had supposedthat words were interlined in the first instance, I been given it is impossible that 1 should forget opinion of my abilities, far more so than I and to proclaim his desertion before .
that it shouldso have of his. Wherever I am placed, whetherin he was fully prepared to execute his design,
and afterwards and next
That, as a fundamental princi. they were very different things-that a which were unanimous it ; to impossible
pIe iu our -olitical crcd, people, informing compromise was essential to one, while the the words unanimous and" were struck o it, ]long have remained concealed from the Mr. Monroe's or Mr. Tyler's cabinet ; and hence the depth to which they have excited ,
a conatution, have the unconditional other necessarily excluded it-that one pre. I i which left the paper as it now tends. Now, public. As to the insinuation that I am the whether in the Senate, or the house of Rep. his ire. The other i". that he had too ..
right to forn and adopt the government which a conflict opinion between parties, I hold i to be clear that the interlining and only member of the cabinet of Mr. Monroe resentatives, or in the chair of the Vice President much discretion to address such a farrago toa
supposes far from the in. who has since been of State and I alone, in his opinion, am responsibleon body to well informed to be imposed upon
f they may thik best calculated! to secure Jib. on a question of right or expediency, to have striking out, BO strengthening Secretary ]
ertyi prosprity and happiness ; and that, in I been adjusted on grounds, in which neither ference that the Cabinet were unanimous, as all others of like character, I pass them with all questions. by old, stale and of repeated charges. He
Col. Benton contends and the silent due to their baseness and I have now traced him through the ]long knew besides, they would be promptlymet
conformity tereto, no other condition is im surrendered its rights or opinions. The other i strengthens sus. contempt
the So far then, it is the whence they came. process by which he attempts to prove that I and repelled, and that the antidote ,woul
posed by, th federal constitution on a State, on the contrary, pre-supposes a positive assertion very opposite. cer. source
in order to br admission into this Union, ex. of right, or opinion, to the exclusion tain, the draf of the letter, standing by itself There is, beside, a fact which clearly] shows am the author of the Wilmot Proviso, and, by go with the poison. He knew this .
instead that the Cabinetwere that there had been a considerable change of consequence,of all the mighty evils that have perience. He had tried it before. failed
cept that it constitution be republican and of all compromise. Thus in the case of the furnishing proof I
that the itnpsition of other by Congress, Missouri) Compromise, the North and the unanimous, furnishes proof directly to views from the 4th to the 6th of March. I followed in its train, and which he exhibits most signally.It .
would not oiy be violation any of the conttitti.' South differed on tho constitutional question, the contrary. Even Col. Benton himself allude to the fact that the draft of the letter intended with so much parade ; but, after all, mighty was in the session of 1847, a few days
that General Jackson was never sent. as he represents them to be, they are not so after I bad introduced the resolutions. In .
lion, but in lirect conflict with the principle whether Congress had the right to prohibitthe seems to have been conscious i furisbed for
from the fact that there is no much to prevent him from declaring] that attack he paraded nearly] in the same l
the ofthe is inferable] ,
on which introduction of slaves, as a condition no satisfactory proof) as to unanimity It s a
or rests.
political system c his himself be Wilmot Proviso man. He words, all that he bas charged i in this,
be found a
this defect letter
i They arCaII'oU confined a State into the Union. One con Cabinet, and endeavors to supply such to among pa. abut
see to assertingprinciplemjnertaining admitting search. It is not follows his charge by asserting that the ef. the Florida treaty, Texas, and almost every
and character tended that bad the right to impose from statements purporting to be taken from pen, after the most diligent up
to the' nature Congress
of the cabinet other subject. He had taken time .
ofMr. Adams. From these it would that the same change circurnsttn. fects of disclosing the opinion and prepared
of think the
oir of Government and whatever condition it might proper on dairy improbable .
system ma.
and inserting Mr. Dix introducing the compelled deliberately. It given he
ofthe Cabinet caused the striking out by paper \a
king infer about become State and the that a meeting was
;; nces clearly deducible fron them a territory, to a appear c.
; would demolish
induced him not to finish and me to close lips, abandon my resolutions me. The Senate was crowd.
and held the of March, for the first time and which my
wbiji are of vital in the other, that it had no right to impose any, ex. on thir
importance, of ed those uha wished lo the .
that consider bill, and that ac. transmit the letter to General Jackson, as in. and to give up my making by vitnes acd.fce.
question the Constitution to ( compromise
etween you and the North, in re- cept that prescribed by ; of debate at the ( I rose and repelled off his char
I the a next
UUon lojtuoVilrnot k should be The cording to the statement of Mr. Adams the tended, induced him, also, finally to dispense subject general band
be Proviso. If the fads its government rCIublcan. unanimous the with written opinion, and account whyno session, with the intention, to use his own language : ges. I leave those who were \ to decide -
questionof a
V a* thf resolutions that waived Cabinet were upon 'i
stated there do- North in case power
with what effect. It
no is found to make a chance for myself! at the was certainly net
also that the such on
It tying thjinference ; and if both be true then the proposal made by Mr. Clay to fix the consttutionalty. I appears opinicn his ''iff
on the But the case to be as Col. Benton I next Presidential election, h getting up a t ten to gratification s3isfction.! He did! notw
two on
you ooBI to emigrate) with your slaves into northern limits of tho territory, into which questions suppose ) -



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even attempt a rejoinder. BJ! what Lrcl1r.,, slave! population) : and it was: I iarg? enough to : *.! the right; natigatin ih *m t U their '''ses. ion ami property, and rntda the perma. 1 J the instance of Col. Butler Ibis letter will mittei: the outrage rcferreu to, (which latter;

cf his epjlogy. ibat be bad no chnc I.) answer make six: large States, or len common ones.Such rn .u..t.*; The acqumiicn FI'rJt: ;faTe fi.ig I nent :IIQUW of the ludtans, to use his own ex- I sbow with ht w little propriety tbe President wo hope and trust is ths die,) a few dim,

my rwululloo! T Th'y had been in'ro- is bis language, when his object is to this ri:bt, r.nd enabled us to tJ, ,. i ito! suewithe t: pre.*ion. I Ii I could select hm; as a mark for the operation will determine. -

dtictd but sijartJy Le/ure/ and then: be had a prove that I gave away Texas. You would cesrtn cuiiiati-n; :: a great; extent o'' fertile i There was no trer.ly made while I filled: 't ti of his violated! pledge! confined only to those engaged in t tLe .

fell cbane to answrrttwa. He then c&sail. suppose fro.-n this !angua. thai he was a slavery :iDtb1':1: h I ave adctd muc i t.' tlte iicreas: i the War Department, in Mr. Monroe' ad'ministration .
act, it to IJo"rlthlt they will b
ed every act ol my life! which h! thought! h? exteu
cou'J d"Sort.. no as to tntkr a plausible charge fend your rights, and t tfcat he p nerd a high Another iri xtrTant oint was afiectcJ l II y the :! tions in tin title of Indians to land weft ot the It is a bard thing for our State that she is l by the Chiefs and punished.

ihn omit value outlet I for slave acquisition.: It (rrminatt d tmuilejome.! MisM is"irlli.i i or where cl,e to rny know! I
ngai me. Why to answer reso. I on Texas uan jour a very I. | | any again to be disturbed l hy tLc and bar. Under any circumstances: we would respectfully
lotions: which hn now holds up as the worst and i I population, and lo preserve your just influence : dispute with Spain. growing out of tbe capture edge. The miking of Indian treaties con. ravage beg It'aII to

most obj! .ctionab'e of all Can any answer !Und weight in the Union. One would c.m. of St. Marks and Penjacoli by Gen. Jackson, taming stipulations for permanent titles. and b-irilies of Indians. The murders and. dep. suggest your Excellency .

be given except that be It not sincere in \vhut !iclir-! 'I"t! wih! th**!- t'-elinjjs; nd ;>Wt. be I in lie Serninole war ; atiJ, finally, itper oc.I their r nH.v1Vt" t of .the Mississippi, constituted rcdatious in St. Lucie are but the beginning tbe raising of one or two Companies of

1.0 now assed nr thai the tim bad nnl t tl-en wotiM' have been i s'r\n2' ar.a! !o of i/t!/ : I fl.ta( ti'i:! lo Oropnn l by cetiin: to u\ whatj' I 1 a large portion ofthe doings of chose adJ Lilsl2irIions la condition of affairs similar 'to that which mounted men, to take post at Enterprise or

arrived, at which he could tafely venture: tu !: treaty, that was r -j.'c'ed' i y the el:4t1icJ .''- li i.iht Spain bad to that ter/itory. J : ; and much of tint! on which they existed ten or twelve Tbcso savages Fort Mellon, on Lake .Monroe, and at New

bet ray you ? : proposed to annex Teaas without any r' 6tl\ Nor i it his next charge, in reJerencfijo: .the j rested their reputation. Much the greater yearago. Smyrna and M.ttanza, or such other. places

But, according to his own statement, be is !' lion whatever in relation to slavery, to as to tract of land lying west rf ArUansisand'soiith! I part was the work General Jackson's with have for a long time been roaming beyondtheir as may be proper for the protection of that

;impelled, in making hi* Attacks by private ;| l leave it, to use I.i. own language, as the outlet of SO. 30, less 11 Hee !. lie n strtslbalthis which Col. Benton was intimately associated, t : limits, and our frontier citizens have exposed frontier, until: confidence is restored.

I frief 48 well as public considerations. lie :, l to vo'ir! incretsing elate! population.! In. strip of land, as be calls it. was &:,ioj: )b to I amid. over which he )had sufficient influence loi frequently expresed fears that they were preparing While: the Indians remain in the State( the

says I instigated attacks on him He must stead: cl that, he made the most strenuous cf. I form two elates, and that I .'requred ibs; i make him responsible fir no small! shire of itsdo'njs to renew their inhuman warfare upon frontier people will always be liable! to be

have a cxalteJ-opinbn! : of }himself. I f fort to defeat it, and contiibutcd not a little j I strip of land to be gi\en: up to the luiians as a j jj : : especially as to wlat related to tbjU'e t the scattered settlements. The authorities of subjected to these incursions, and ..nf'rf'fo-v

\ never thought of ucb a thing. We move indifferent : t towards it. He went further. Alter its de-j j i permanent abode ; and that it was ot t to the :t. In attempting now I 10 shuffle off his we cancot too strongly urge upon your Et..leney .

Iph rt' My course i is, and has been, 1 feat he moved a string of resolution*. containIng I slave states." This, like his other rFSt'rI lns.I 'I portion of the responsibility, anJ that of the t tbe State have again J again repTesented c. the importance of some military

to have nothing to co* with bim. I never wanted ; provisions for its admission and among I i without foundation. lie makes rxi attempt i administration and to place it on me, who t the matter at Washington, urging that some. protection for the exposed part oftbe country,

l' his support nr dreaded bis opposition. others, one which proposed to divide Texas to establish: it, but leaves it t.) be inferred frnm. was boatile! to it. speaks badly: fur his imuli- I thing he done: to keep the Indian, within their now beginning to he in a mot flourishing si ir.' Ij

Hfl took the same ground in his speech, just : i in'o two parts as nearly equal as possible: byline I the mere statement that I was nt the tim 1 j ness or regard I for the character of the administration l limits, or else to remove them But nothing uation but which trill, we fear, be> in a short J

referred to, and endeavored to establish the : a running North anJ cub? and to allot Secretary of War, and member of ?Ir. Monro's {j of Gen. Jackson, for which he has been done and the fatal time totally desolated and ruined unless confidence :

charge by what purported ?o be an extract the eastern t;you, and the western to the abolitionists administration.! He knew it would i professes so much attachment and admirn'ion. we now see can in some way be restored to tna

from a letter, which he states wa delivered to 1 : : to the entire exclusion! of "our increasing I not do to go in'o' details, a, they would! refjtej L He wou'J hardly have ventured, in the !lifetime i consequences oflbe neglect. frontier settlers either by the removal of tta i

him by some person unnamed, and was writ. ;! slave population." It can hardly! Le .j; bis charge, and fcerce the vaguemss of the II of' the old! Hero," to make the heavy i I Our citizens are becoming very restive under I Indians or otherwise-and we doubt if any J

ten by an unknown: person to an unknown t thit be forgot all this in delivering bis speech; ; :j I !language: :in which! it :is c'uclaed.011t he I charge he his,_against measures of which he this stile things. They will not submit thing but the removal of the Indians can rt".

person. He introdu d it into the Senate, in '., bat if not, what matchless! effrontery and in- !' omitted: shall -UP?!. The history: of the af. j I was the author, and on which !be so mucJi tl) lit) barrassed by enemies that the General store tranquillity, and ensure the settlement "

a manner tu make the iaipresjion that I \.S'j consistency: to make the charge be does a. fair OT' be told i in a fewvortls.. !I prld.'a 1 himself.I .I.I I and prosperity of tbe country. 1

its author. I arose and asked him. if be intended i j I gains; : me There woud: indeed seem to be I The Chosiaw tribe of (Indians: at the tim, I his eagerness to assail me, he has: lost not I Government ought to have: removed long ago. We would add that there is at this place '

to assert that I was. He stood mute at :,I I no limits to 1 hIS audacity and inconsistency, t! i inhabited the state of .Mississippi, and occu. !j jI t oily. his discretion but Lh memory. In or- They will not tolerate a presence here which one Company of L. Artillery, a detachment .

first, but was forced to admit I was not. I and he appears to have selected! Texas as a I I pied almost its entire territory. Genera! j e'er l In make ot that the anti-sa\ery! p
then repelled his charge with a scorn, which : proper field to make the greatest display of: Jackson and Gen. Hice?, of Mississippi; were,1appointed ,i the North duly appreciated; the great service ofthe State, and which, as long as it by the commanding officer, as be i.'iformj Ii IiI

the bue insinuation, that I bad any knowledge I j! them. As if to cap the climax, after having by Mr. Monroe! to heat with them.I I ithat t tt I hid done iheir caue, he says thai I r remain, will! greatly check her in I us, by water to I In-iian River and other points ,

orconnection with it whatever, deserved. He I s o deliberately asserted, and so strenuously for the purpose obtaining! a cession cIa portion t they give proof of iheir gratitude, that I was I I growth I on the coast. lIe also has sent an express to IjIbe

was covered with confusion ; and yet he his 'j{ maintained, that the western boundary ofj of the.r lands. They succeeded in o'jlainiug I iben a candidate f lor Vice Presidency, and became : population and wealth. The Indians ought jto j j t offier in command of the U. S. troops at .

the effrontery introduce again to the pub.I Texas did not extend to the Rio Grande, he t a large tract, hing: in the very centre the favorite of the North l beating even t be removed-they mntt he removed i j Tampa, giving him information of the above !

lie accompanied with tbe same insinuation I placed! a short time afterwards, his vote on of the State, and extending from Pearl river'! )!lr. Adams himself on the free soil .track," I There can be no peace with them l.creafter.I, outrage. and has also communicated the s irr.e i

which covered him with disgrace at its first t record that it did, by voting for the bill declaring t to the Mississippi! in exchange for the '.errito- !1 I t forgetting what. be bad said just before, that j!I The outraged whites will not rest content to.I.I to the War Department.We .

introduction.But I war against Mexico. The bill: assumed r! lying between the Red river, and the Arkinsas i i i I was: 'Vice President at the tim?, when he i i iwcli are, Sir very respectfully

tbe deepest wound, it seEms, was inflicted ; did, in asserting that the blood! shed on the .t t.t westot'thtt: line drawn from the pir.t f knew that I was elected for the first time 'sufierthem in their neihLorhood.re hope, Your obedient t r 8 nb.

by a statement in my address to the people: e&itern bank, was h.'ood: shed on lise' American tbe Arkansas, opposite to where a !lower ol: ;,J; Vic.' President with Mr. Adinis, and ofcotrrse, j 1 ;and we urge that the authorities at Washingtonwill JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ,

Charleston, on my return bore after tbe soil, which cculJ! not be unless Texas extended !i the Cherokee Indians struck it, to a point on | t ihe vote cube, North could! not have been I"i". ,: take the.malter in hand at once, and relieve Mayor of St. Av&tjtine.

session of'47 and '4S,tb't be voted for tbe bill I t to the Rio Grande. lilt dd; not. the j I Red River three miles! below the mouth of ,;
establishing the territory of Oregon, contain.ing I I war stands tvihoutjustiication.{ : ,hit did not, I i Little! River, and westivardly to ibt source of I [co.\fLfonii :\:\T WEIK.] 'I i The Governor has called for To His Excellency W. D. MOSELEV,

the principle cube Wilmot proviso, and the march of cur army to the Rio Grande was tbe Canadian fork! of ill- Arkansas, and a line .; '""" '. -!-. -- --- "' I!,I two companies Governor cf Florida, Tallahassee.From .

that he and General Houston were the only an invasion: of a neighboring country, unlU. !''drawn due Sou'h to Red Hit.er. But she trea. 'TIlE FLOBIDIAN & JOURNAL. !j!: of volunteers! one cf which, we understand! -

two Southern members who voted for it ; that 1 thorized by Constitution: ; or law ; and Colonel'j : t y, in making the exchange, mt'e no proti.o..I *. j I! i h nearly made up in this county, and these lie Jacksonville.\'testJuly2l.(

without their votes, it would! have: been defeated j Beuton who had Lut a short tim-i before f f i ( fJ"WJfc J "T -jJ-fcT'fcT" fc"-""- i I i r i i-i ir-ij-r-ir-i j I for the present will furnish protection lo the On Thursday the 12th July! inst., four Indians .

followed by an expression cNn Cp in. 1 j dared solemnly! after investigation, that ali I tt t to the land given Arkansas. in exchange tor i A. E. MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON, I frontier settlers. But the General Government came into the settlement af Indian: ruer \.

ion, that for so doing, they deserved the reprobation I j 1 he east side of tbe bank cube riverfor some that, which we received in Ii 'ii.ippi.or j LIUTORS AXD PROPRIETORS. and ,
the .
early in morning, isired ihe hou.s
ofthe whole South.: Neither them I I hundred miles wide the I did it make it the ai ode il : must not let the matter stop. Something
belonged to Mexican permanent: of >? 111.1 j =- -= ---- --- __ h _--- -- : I e of Major Wm. F. Russell!, John B trker and
have ever denied the truth of my statement, I republic, and emphatically declared! be ; (hans, as he a,*ert!. They hold! it just as tr. J i Saturday, July 28, 1849. !i t should b? done to be permanent. As i? D. II. Gottis. Thev were fed at Gcttis

nor ever can. Every wor is true, as the washed. bis bands: of all altem; t.< todiVtnem- i| !bold the laud they. ceded in Mi>.ii*.*;|l'ri. :crith.n j __ _u u __ __ j I i ii is designed to remove tIle Indians uhimatel -, i iit 'I! house ar'd also at Major Kusse'lV.! and remained
journals of the Senate The statement! her the Mexican 1 Republic, by seizing her do. I i ; was lost by the *!avebodirig! States, but a ---- -- --- --- --- i hud better be done There
now. can never at the !latter during most cube
itself in plain language, and free from dis-1! :ninifns'CW Mexico, Chihuahua, Coahuila, I gr.'at deal gained by the trca'v.: A Urge anJ i ij 05" The length of Mr. CALHOCN'S letter, ; be a fitter time. They appeared perfectly friendly and day...
tortion, or exaggeration. The fact stated, re. i and Tuumalipas," voted for the bill He j j valuable; tract, in tt.'PrY heart I oflfl cotlon '! which: we are desirous of placing before our I natured, and no difficulty or quarrel occurred go

lated to official acts, which it was important j, went further. lie reported it as the dair.1m311 r region, and lying convenient to mmkct, was readers in the present and next i issues of our The Weather and Crops. between them and any of thes"ttlei! ?, nor was
m constituents: should know. In expressing I of the Committee on M iii'any All t ins, in 1 acq.iired by Mississippi ; without the loss cia '!
) ruut be our excus for the by ibe settlers forth
opinion, I abstained from impeaching I;I trIiJ,1 t disregard: of hit own motion made the single acre to bar sUters i jf the slave boluing! i j jI : p.lper. non-appear After heavy falls: of rain it is again: clear ., any provocation given
I j which the Indians subsequently com
motives. done within the rule! of : l.ef, refer much of tbe ofj :tates. So that the ance Jf the usual "arietof reading matter. i outrage
Al was I, Jay re to so Message I great sympathy which I i ----- --- _: --- and excessively warm. We are told that I rnit'ed. In the afternoon, about 3 o'clock
decorum, those that t the President, as related to declaring to ;| !he professes for the i>!ave States, in this | I
parliamentary i war cases i the '
o\er i t in this both of and his
C&: The proceedings of the -llh of July at 1 i crops quarter corn cotton Major Russell went over to see neighbor,
proceeding. Wherein then consists the i its appropriate committee-that on l'uzeignfleatiin I I ]i misapplied. If he chooses to consider me I;
fence ? I lots fr( I filr tbe 1.. V.'acissa have been on band several das, hUll I i are promiiing to be very good, and we conj Mr. Barker, who lived about 300 yards South
am at a lo perceive, except @. Comment is unnecessary. j 'responsible 1 rea ty. i instead of Mr Monroe* j
principle' be adopted, that tbe greater the j But I em not yet done with Texas:nor with '; 'and li! from Russell's hnu e :and :tOO from Bir-
truth the greater the Jiliel. It may be, (bat 't the effrontery and absurdity; of the charges be i ;Senate, that approved of it, Le is welcome tot : other matter. We will endeavor to make II i I I I are better ofTthan most other: portions of the yards ker's. Th Indians left his house shNlvaf.:

it regarded an because it made against nv in reference to it. lie <,I so howetur to the truth of tbe '
"a a ofnce was sa> 1S i ij contrary room for them in our next. We rrnke this i planting region. Our exchanges show that ter t Russell did. bidding. adieu to his fanvir! in
calculated! to embarrass and thwart what i I II gave i it u'a"f1'ait a"'a11. the l'iorid4reaty. j 4i I f statement that our Wacissa friends see I! t the prospect of a full cotton crop in the larger t the most friendly manner. Russell and B.ir-
be then meditated; and has since carried: into i i t How could I give it I.aIn'lhat. or'j ji .Another and only: another treaty was rind may I
execution, an open desertion to the abolition j i :ajits. ny other treaty Tbe( power to make trea- j j i'with! that tribe while I remained in the War j jDepartmenf. 1; that we have not been unmindful of ;them !i i I portion of the South is a bud one. and recent I ker were standing together in th these? field four talking
fired I Indian
j i iI ties belongs to the President and never was ,' ) I wa the commissioner on the;: \Ve claim their indulgence. I personal observation and enquiry through I when they were upon by
ti Russell wounded three balls :in
I pus now to his next charges. He asserts ,i i invented in me. It was at the time invested 1 part cube United States and of course, ac. !'I Ii I t the very heart of thj cotton lands of Alabama ?, and by :
and also in the aWcmn' whichwas
!i Mr. Calhoua's Letter. t the left ,
that I gave away Texas, and to make I out. !' i in Mr. Monroe, as President of the United I knowledged! my re-.orisibilSy{ for its provision :! have satisfied: us that it will the arm.
I ft'q'irc most two balls. after
he asserts, that Texas belonged to the United ;j.States. Nor did I negotiate! it. I was only i '. Instead ofieq-riring! a strip to l fe given !' We are sorry that the great length of this i j grazed by Immediately
I j f favorable make the there the fire the Indians broke! tHm their
States, whwn _the trca'y with: Spain n was made I i(one member! of ihe Cabinet and th* youngestof 1 to the Indians for their prirmnent aWJe, the document I forces us so divide it for publication.; seasons to crop[ even cover,

by which she ceded Florida to l. He claims < the whole. How cojld! I, then, give away ;; Indians I receded lo the United States. hy trea- : We will! conclude it next week, and our read. j.i an average one. Cotton was small, in many about 40 rod otT and ran towards tlem.-- .
I j Barker in direction and Russell in
that Texas was a part Louisiana i and tnat : Texas To prove the cb irge: be rcorta to I ty, a p.irt, aol I a most t valuable: purl, without': ers will! find it a full and triumphant answer I!I Ito places overrun with grass, in others, larticu.1 another.ran The one Indhns all tick afrer Barker

its boundary extended to the Rio Grande ;i- j his old patent reasoning-but I was all pow- II| our ceding an inch to them. The entire line j l any! in prarie lands, suffering from two much
t the elaborate! attack: of Co!. Benton on the II and despatched Mm with their kr.ives. Russell
that it was all aLive territory: and tooktd to an j i t'rful-fJ much so, as to make the President wa: moved westward as far a* I fort Smith: on rain. The boll
worm was at work, though in the meantime lo tbe house of Mr.Gouls' .
the natural outlet for th ir great increasing j I and all the members of bit Cabinet mere cy i iIlaf'fi. t the Arkansas, and tlei hCC; by a :line due: South, author. It is not only* a successful defence, iI! < ran

slave population: and finally! that i was ur. ; lie would have it, that they were but lo'ReJ Itin.'r.Qr diJit intk; the slightest! '1"Jt' it smites down the treat Missourian" !; not to any great extent. Planters! seemed % (the Indians: being I-etwceo him and
his house,) jo ti.iO51'\ was about half
rendered by the treaty of Floridi, made in ; 'tools! in my band ; und I alone was responsiI change: in lb. title to what lerrriined to the Indurjs w ith overwhelming force. 'I 1 be quarrel I, how. I j unursualiy fearful of a great falling clTin their mile own South of Russell's and :immediately!

1819, during the administ'ation of Mr.J Mun- t ie for all lhat was done. \ell-if he will or provided a permanent hon for crop. Having been cut ofFby the late frost, a enj
between these i cf Indian Kiver
ever, two Senators regarded j t the shore ofthe Lagoon or
roe, ( which I was one of 11m members. On i have it so, I meet the clurge directly. It is I them as he wo-ild hive jo-i IJcHt"ye. So 1 j{ and driven to begin anew, they have been all!! I St. Lucie St'irid. 3Y.0! Russell mdnuk.s
were :
this statement, be rests his charge that I gave j :not true, that the Florida treaty gave niurh fur ibis charge and iti author. a! one merely [personal!, is of little importance: as
away the while! hard pressed, and have, still to complain I there Le found G'mi;, Mr.: Xavdr.
away Texas. :, Tt'x .. I did not believe, when, the treaty I Tbe next is cf a kindred;: character. lIe compared with iu political! aspect. Sad in.' ;
is difficult for one, who lacks made that Louisiana extended. tates it ttill!! I : deed I much of being behind-hand in their labors. ro, Mr. Bray.ton' and a young mm uameJ
I sincerity I was or ever I rn )vaguely, sim iih so, i.'nt: is it f for the South that two such men, ; .
and is actuated by violent! passions< escape j ne of the I in intellect and in influence ar.d h Ton! ,. They bad no ::'ir' a crrl1r, Ir.d zccorrinjly
great occu. : nil of them p-it cfF imr!ir o'l:. :I- i ii
the greatest inconsistency and contradiction in [ Nueces, and that it was uncertain, whether it many treaties ttrtde: with the I Indians, about '
1 ping ell inent position*, should! be so divided From our Extra of ll'e ,ndj IY, i! ''vo Laat: on the Sound anti 1 aiff''h si-rr': *
defending I.imielr or assailing other*, in ma. :'extended< beyond the Sabirie. I know was the region in question! bf refers. [Uopeaks j I tt *
i .
king long Benton funmhe& a strong i
illustration of the truth of this position, and !I :Grande; ; jU..1 t as we claimed; the whole! of Ori !long; cut Of h ii oat .\d.a'I\t' and given to' And it i it still worse that one of them should! t The following communication; was this After>o"e the put two off from LO 'i bs in: whU lur.ding! : Tte in fjeir,' and lr! Go>Vs.,*.

never more so, than in making the nLu\'t:i egon, and with ju-t about as little title. I have: t the Indians ;" that it was done l I.y (Indian lute deserted! and gone over to the fnem- i ij morning received Lhi Gov. &
: abor.rf3
Excellency, tis i and otbrs were baric01 yarJi
statement. In order .to aggravate the act of i i seen nothing change: this opinion : On the treary-treaty tn:tde by a protege of ilr. C tl.hoiin's l- j -
j Hft.r! C- !1. Betitun's hatred and !
Texas : > jeakny'If i j MOSKLEV. Annexed to it, we publish! from 1 f from the shore the Indians rcinmei-Td: f.iin
giving away whicn be charges: tne contrary, it my informant is correct, there are ; and adds i lbs.t I Vicc-PresiJent :i
with be has made I :Mr. Cdlhcuii, who has acquired a leading !! t the Jacksonville Yeir the substance of ro.1 I at them and continued to fire at ihem until:
assertions entirely" inco:. now documents in the Stati Department, obtained at the t lime I but gives noliot.ndary, :and avoids: I; ?

listcnt with the grounds be look, and the within the !last 1 few year- which. con- naming what treaty it wn with what tribi of; position in defence of Southern institutions, I i II' sitions taken before lIon. I. II. Bronson, Judge !| i they were out gun-shot.?. Wb"ntbey went
and .
course be pursued while the question of the I elusively prove, that Louisiana titter extended Indians ,r.aJ. annexation Texas was before tie Senate.He inch bci'oni I tb" Subine.j calls It is indidrnenr: '
an "protege. >
I I toy hard to tell ; but that their! influence ha j j I: del tiling an account ofthe outbreak.Gov. and Russell and aid sacked :
now au .rti that the bound of Tem In to C l. Bunion's the without : uftirnr. .
;.ry j reply :uaus as to ; .pccf.cltiun: j.Jace. or cir. ,
coutiibuted largely to ibis result no one can them much damage as it afterwards
as a part of Louisiana extend! lo the Rio : 1 treaty, I aun.'X an abstract from a *jw'ccb in n.mstancr- which it i M in<|XKil<
Grande ; when the Treaty of Florida! was j,I ar.swer lo him, when lit rnad the Rime a specific an wc'r. 5it; fortunatpjy tuch :11: Jouit.i (or the protection of the people ol the State. I!! appeared from mere wantonness, >y destroying .

made, in th very tet-lh of' the assertions, be Charge, ; 1847. II x\as Jin elf-band rej'ly! to one is not necessary t.', repel it efjecltnlly, 1 I i The alarm cry of Col. Benton is, that Mr. An the j and breaking and tearin? the property.
I' express g-ies to-day to Colonel of Iu- 'II and also carried otTsome. Tbe Stmiltca! of
made, when the quehtion of annexation; : was 'j ja ptcrnedialed attack. without; : de cen't lq into d.'tnK whirh! it i i' ftir ''Cuihouu; is a "disunionUt," an "agitator" I [I
1 val I County, requininghinmto raisa Barker and Russall had. in the tjmE'. fled
before the Ser.ate. In tbe f-j-eech be made i I .* The Florida Treats, forming another: mb- to pc sllrne.; were om: t''d'! lieraii ibfty could! I &c ; j in :which! helms joined; in the constant company j rr.e
while the Indians
in May, 1944, on the treaty for annexing Tex.I I of attack figured aKo tInt I not i e given without exposing( : the fL1J'iurfitv of t tI of mounted men vrho shall repair immediately ; by water, were ft/ing upon
j jt'ct e.n occasion in ,
I chorus 1 kept by most Southern wbigs in I I II Iuniion Gottis and Russell and their boats and! turning .
as, be asserted, that The Texan which we conneclio!! wiih annexation ; and what beaiJ the charge. I His I admission: thut tlfJ !trPity was :,I up J to the scene of the outrage. A similar comji I!

acquired by the treaty of 1603, (that cf Loui&ifcna now is 'but a repetition: (jf what, be stid made while I was Vice-Preitident, furnishes '>:I with their brethren of tIle North. But t !i ij i I II pan will be raised in this vicinity. Blood ;j jj Gottis' house.

,) never approached the Rio Grande, then. lIe then rnvle hilt with atnjile! means I lr that t purjm-c. i i I :!hrse go father. They! raise the same cry I do Gottis and his party in their ;jests! then
as now, m-j recpfmsi. '! j once spilt, we not believe the citizens' of continued down the Sound to chr: settlers.
excepting near its moul h" Tu slow that I by bu! for lb. I but ., of It i h mfficient dii :I against: : Southern democrats 1 generally. 'I' I I IJ
t Irenty, although was flC r 'pol it, to 'ate' that i ; o.[ this State will consent to sheathe the sword I and gave the alarm and all that c-sld! be suddenly .
near its mouth he did not mean that%, it Sit members of Mr. Monioe's Cabinet andtbeungefct ring the whole period that? I filled) the ofnce !J i talk boldly, freely, expressing a sure determi- last I collected got on board a sm j sale boat
of these
touched the river b..ai.:1 : shall have been
speaking of T.imaulipaj savages I
Vice President
its 1.1' I
(; of f m'rllllf'r8-rf'pomiLp! without that c., I President w a* filled j
nation bland and resist all the t the night ad
to [
J: to our ground ofCspt. during came up
one of the States of Mexico, that it removed from borders. It is too much I
our to
either Mr.
advancing n pirticlc of proof that I even by Ccnr; -ralJarlcs.ni: and I j I
the Sound and in the acbored off
"covered both bides of f ibe. i l approaches of antj.slavery, is condemned as morning
river fiow .iu
: :tavc it my sirppoit or approbation. He i rests f I tint it was my foiluriotobc in opposition to both I i expect them to live in constant exposure to I Russell's house. There
mouth for some hundred miles up." Ho asserted the charge ou) some disclaimer: as it s.-em" I and tho object of their strong dUlk! as must L i!;'agitation, as reckless disregard of the Union, and murders such Ir opposite aey sent a
depredations ashore found
in the I as we nowhave party and (that Russelfe and Bar.:
same speech, thai all New Mex. that the then Secretary of Slate (Mr. Adim ) I'I he well !known to all. I not only had no in. It.i ilavcry! fanaticism. It is bad enough that I ker's house had been nd sacked
lea Chihuahua Coahuila to recount. Let the General Government plundered ,
and '
Tamaulijias I has at some time, rnnde, that l b e was not re- fluertceitb: : cither, but was ihe object of their this should from known enemies but -
come I and also! found Mr. Barker's the field
made ofthe Texas which I I to it Oherwise let
no :
part we see not our people
for the The r.utifn.
sonsible( treaty. Senator m ly I ppr"? My support of measure nrjrecornrriondation i
acqui-1 any that Southern men should it where he had been killed. H; ippeared to
red by the Louisiana. He repeat against ont
treaty be right as lo that ; but bow can that, by of any individual was sutFi-i I be blamed for adopting their own remedies.
the part belonging to Mexico lying on thc I ; j or all of us who are quick lo reseat encroach have been killed by stabbing bin with knives
possibility show that I I3" responsible 1 But cieut to defeat the one and] reject I the other ; I
east side of the Rio Grande to he 2000 miles I I am prepared to take my /lull! share. of responsibility let Col. Benlon. who! familiar with! all .this, j I|I incuts is almost intolerable.! AcccsTpin, FLORIDA, l !but was not scalped or strippedof bis cloth

long. (Ihe whole length of iho river) and I as a member ol Mr. lfl re'S Cabinet assume, in making his charge, thai I am reftporiftiblu j Mr. Calhoun with regard to himself which m July 19, IS 19. S ing.Russell's
some hundred broad, snd* concluded by without ) Sin :-The undersigned have the honor family in the meant'mehad corns
"av-I having uny particular agency I informing for a treaty rmd: f l.y either: one or to
ing ** be waMied\ his hallJA"f all : will apply equally to those who have co-opc. on up the Lagoon in his boat, andals Barcr'sfamily.
the treaty, or influence in inducing: : the other cflhetu, it matters not which. It t j call the attention of your Excellency to the
dismember the republic ol Mexico i 1 rated ith him has such accusations .
i v. ,
hy (seizing the cabinet In adopt it. I then thought and I was going ar to make mae solely! jjionsiMe, f for i put upon enclosed
her domains in New Mexico, Chihuahua, C, I their What has been said testimony or depositions of Win. F. The party in the sail Boat, :ben weighed
still think it a good treaty ; and so thought' I the acts of au :administration of which I was I proper ground. or
nbuila and I Hiiisell Dorman H. Gottis Manuel anchor and the crossed
Taniaulipas. Navarro next morning-earl
the Senate ofthe United States : for, ifmymemory I 110 member) ; but 'to make m responsible, done was only to resist aggression. Discus
These were his ustcrtions, made I and Wm. B. Davis, taken in of hit the Bar and put out lo sea on iheir nay to St.
solemnly does not deceive me, it received every not only for ihem, but for the nets of those j sion and! agitation slavery did not begin in pursuance
and as be stales after" thu fullest examination, vote ofthe Senate. (A Senator : .* yes- that were deadly hostile to me, is a piece ofj I enclosed resolution, relative to an Indian out Augustine, and arrived there on ft morning
when his object was to defeat t .the which It the South. Northern abolitionists commenced of ihe 15th early, having stopped ir.he mean-
treaty every vote. ) then received ihe unanimous extravagance beyond the reach of any indi-j! rage recently committed at Indian River.-
I negotiated with the commissioners of Texas vole of the Senate, promptly gh'en.- idiuil !but the author of the charge. Kven be, it. They demand interference with our property lime at Cape Canaveral l'ght h>uje 'lo get
On the 12th
for its annexation. For that puipose be attempted Of come, if the treaty wan the cause of the in this instance, seems lo have misgiving and in frequent instances have: attempted Thursday, instant you will per. water where they found a little )iu2hter of
to show that tbo with Mexico the c *ive that a person named John Barker was Mr. Russell's about 12 cr 13 yeas, old: and
covered Senator
treaty a i war as seems lo I that be bus gone too far, and, in order lo give t : ihe accomplishment of their purposes. Shall I
large part of Mexico which neier belongedto I suppose this body is as much the author and I some color to so wild a charge, adds that lh. I democrats be accused killed Iiy the Indians, and Wm. F. Russell Eight of his negroes, who had gc separatedfrom :

Texas although the treaty specified no I cause of the war as (the individual on whom treaty was negotiated by a piotege of mine.He agitation and disun. the Deputy Collector at that place, severely the rst t of .the family and hid come tip

boundary, and left the boundary open on the I he is now so antious to iiI it. must have been a fortunate ,i ion because they meet the danger whenever all ibe way on the Beach on fud a distanceof
man, bearing wounded and house
one burned and another
"* aide of Mexico, intentionally, in order to settle I I I have aid that it U a good treaty, not t that relation to me, lo have got nn appoint- I!,i it approaches the ihreshhold, and with earnest about 60 miles or more. I

0,. it by treaty with her. But now, when his without duo reflection. We acquired much I I merit, from either of the t two a mini fralions.1( f! indignation seek to drive it back 1 Surely, sacked and plundered, by the Indians ; thath"ntyse.en The number of persrns wbic! came to St.

object is to show, that I gave away Texas by by it. It gave us Florida-an acquisition' not t I have examined all the Indian treaties reh- I those who make such men, women and children arrived Augustine in this sail Boat, ot4ons burthen,
grave charges forge I
the treaty of Florida, be holds a very different only important in itself; but also in reference ling to time region in question, made during here yesterday morning, having fled to was 27 in all, including women n-i children
the fact that the South
language. lie does not, indeed, say in so to the whole southwestern frontier. There their administration, in order to ascertain acting on the defenbive. this place for safety, and that others are From their report it is probab that all the

I many words that Texas covered the whole Win, at that time, four powerful tribes of In. who this lucky individual! could be, but have, I The zeal and warmth she manifest* in their who be on settlements in Sr. Lucie coun are abandoned .
. region from the Sabine lo the Rio Grande, I dians, two of whom, the Creeks and the been unable to discover 'him. There is not a I her cause spring from a just sense of injury way, may expected shortly by thi time.
' for that would have been too and I Choctaws, Florida All the Indian River settlements, some two: They all concur saying thajcnly four cs
.t If openly were contiguous to and I single treaty negotiated during the perod, that i Insult and outrage force her to speak out.-

; plainly a direct contradiction for what he con the two others-the ChiclcHsawsand Cherokecs was negotiated by any individual who had This cannot be denied, and it is time the hundred miles south of this, Lave probably! five Indians were seen or hoaroof the settletnent .

tended for when his object was to defeat an. were adjoining. They were the most I any claim to be called a prolega or mine. I cant been abandoned by this time.It en the 12th insf., wher this: cutrsg
Delation but he does the cry against Southern democrats on this sub committed but Russelhad cihers cf
; same thing, in amore numerous and powerful tribes in the United I But was Maj.
I covered and objectionable! why charge me with being tlie author ject should! bo hushed.Cot. is to be apprehended that the Indians, them of the fro o.
way, by using: States, and:! from iheir position, were exposed I urn measure by which these large are opinion : tIe| amcuct
.j languagti that could not fail to make that im. to be acted on and excited against us from he Irajtsftuf.ficient having succeeded in dispersing those settlers property carried off from his !toe, and fron
I all who beard him as say, to make two States, were I BCTLLB'S LETTER.-We make with much and with other circumstances that there wire than
presiion on or who may FJol da. It was important .that this stale: of lost to the slave States, rind given to the room so impunity, apparently more

read hit speech. things should terminate, which could only be Indians, when the authors of the measures away I for ibis interesting document to-day, satisfied(I so'srmll a force, will have become so emboldened the four about there.

lIe goes further. In order to aggravate done by the obtaining possession of Florida. which I hey were given away are known by to I i that our readers will peruke it with both: pleas as to continue their outrages and dep. There had been no difficulty! OT qiarrel be.

the charge against me, he becomes apparent.Ij But there were other and powerful con all, and to none better than Col. Benton.- : tire and profit. Gen. Taylor having declared! relations: among the other sparse settlements 'tween the and Indians and the setters there tending as.

1 a warm advocate of slavery extension, ash sidertions for the acquisition. Wo bad n I They were the mea'uro ur Jr. Adams and they say no provoclion'blte r,
:that honesty, capacity and fidelity" would! of our defenceless frontier, unless to such a result. The \! to have
a seem
( calls it, and uses strong language lo shew short lime befiire, extinguished the Indian tie General; Jackson and .their admttmirations. measuresare

: he value of Texas lo the South, in that re. tie to large tracts of country Alabama, 'J is.iasippi Ono or the other made all the treaties l by F bo his, tests in cases of removal from office, speedily adopted 'to present .them. been one of mere savage wantonnesar.d, cru.

. epect. He says, it wtt all! lave (territory :- ) and Georgia, lying upon streams and I I which' thu old merely' possessory lilies of ihe it is natural that those whom he proscribes Whether the outbreak! alluded to extends to elty. and

I that it was looked to as the natural outlet ol I livers which passed through I Florida to the Indians .lo their land were converted, over ibe should feel it lo be a personal matter, touchicharshly the main body of the Indians, or whether iiis I I Major Russell, though badly wounded well
the Souiborn States, rush: their Gulf )lands in a valueless whole suffering much from his wounds, is dug,
increasing great measure territory/ info a
permanent right of character and
poi I upon reputation. In only confined to the small-party which corn and has a fair prospect of a speedy covery.

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ELEGIAC POBS, ca !1i7 the breathings of slander, or puliiicaltergitemiion. wander in Chief neither Carroll, Cofl'ec, or My faithful and arduous services as Survey \V't arc authorized sad requested lo announce Proclamation.r .

1.1 frrtTy of JAMM KNOT Pott, Isle Pntidtxtafthe t I shall be as coricis, RS pos.stblo. Hinls, would havi' arrived( in iim
United Stairt, to-Voj dcatiif trained a' I Uj rrf-ionce to fl'P past', I (fi.'id that vices at, and during the siege of New Oreanas unceremoniously ;thrust, (my commission to the ot ce f SherilTor Leon-County, at the Mir'sOricx5

tjj7it. crLtc( .CU 1'ir' i 3/: day my grandfather, Thomas I'utler, wh m I perwinally Adjutant General and (Colonel by Drevcl, would have expired in about seven months.) en sninz election in October next.fj3 TjlaJw'ssec' July 13/1819.j :

IL lSli>( aced 5< i'tar 7 months, and 13 cii'A ) remember, emigrated in search& of were unremitting-having been absent) but t ihe record of the General Land OflJcf. in tir. CITY COUNCIL hivin? reccramended' .

freedom at tin i ail\ p"rit with his wifr: from once f>r two hour al t the City 0:1: d.ity. They conjunction wilh! my last annual report i.f. Oc- : WE arc authorized and requested to announce T revival and carrying into effect ihe Ordinance ,

Jfition'j threes hath epfd :he tear Jrop c -Us, t the Kmeraid! I ble to America, and fouled a wcie rewtided by a Drexet to u grade t la'fr.! 1 43, K) Congress, nff.rd and DANIEL McKAENY asa candidslc for the office of paistd in Jane 1541for establishing a Beard of Ccfcmis j

And l1U'cd the chrla t l gems like dew to lull, farm in Cumber'and' County, Pennsylvania: lower than thai I served in, aid; for gallam conchisik-e testimony, and as it forms ample of Tux Assessor and Collector lor Leon County, at the .arie? of Police and Health, and it bricg impcrlanl -'
part to and treasons for .
O'vth green spot of tnrtn'rj' fatting was>, where my father and I \er burn. They! conduct and general good behavior." Thi your anomalous department of patronage is election in October next. adopt and promoting energetic the means health of Ihe inhttril$preserving r|8: t

Ktcalliti scenes when life was young and blight. reared five sous and two daughters. Those brexct I Eubsetpienily returned to the War at: conunind. Now
your I refer /i authority
sir you to &?* WE are authorized aud requested to announce pursuance thereof and ly virtue fthc I
Com*, gentle Mu'e, wake m nliood' early t ; nfjns wero all in the service of this Republic; Department) retjuesting il might be expunged t the President for your reward. The lain you M r. OSCAR A. MYEKSas a candidate for the office vetted in me, I have laid cf! Ihe City into Fire :

Of Icvr, and lrienJ'nip ; and thru Gratitude, at tha mine tirn. and bore I the nppe'latmn.! from the reconU. I Hfcrwards: received an hive acterj between his voluntary pledges in Wards, as follows, viz :
of Clerk of Leon Circuit Court, at the ensuing election
Awake, and benign icsniratirn spring ; fr''m the mouth -ofVu hinton, nf 7/i>,i.7r'.v amended parchment, shewing I ought to have t the inau.'ira! address, and my reputation certainly ( in October next. WARD No 1-commfneinjc at the North end of r

Tot tbou canst gi ie to (fly long silent imp Hand-namely. General Ilichaid Duller, Col. been hrevetted to the higher grade of Bri"adicr t derives recompense of some kind.- Adam' street tannin? S uth lo McCsrty street '
th ence E.t to the Eastern limit of Ihe City, thcrp
The pow'r of song, to touch the fecli.ig bret ; \Villiam Duller, Col. Thomas Duller (my a. General, under the decision of the Attorney ThatrejntfaUan Tfcells safe, and the loss of OCJ-: I respectfully announce myself to any fellow- North toils Northern limits, thence., West. to-Ad. *

For Iriend laid low,th.V late exalted high.Tho then) Gen Percival Duller, (father ofV.. General of the United Sta'e, but by a a petty office forms no part of my considera- Cit izens of Leon County aj a candidate for lha Office ams atre f.WAC.D .

earthly tomb embrace his mortal frjrae, O. DiKler, ci Kr.,) and Cnpt. Edward Duller, different i'lesident. Its record is in the War t lion in thus addressing you. I am well satis- of Clerk of Leon Circuit Couit. at the ensuing election No 2-crrnmendrj; at the North-*nd cf. -.:.

ii;. tecond birth exalts him to the skies.Da (the father of Col. FJ. S. W. Duller, of La.) Office. I served with General: Jackson, during f lied in being a lice citizen, and from daily events in October next. JOHN B. KEEN. Adams street thence South lu MtCarly street, .

.. t to dust" i i. but a funeral song- Richard was with Wayne at the storming of the Seminole campaign in 1S18, where I begin to think the Pledge of the Tallahassee, July 14, 1549. thence North to West the to Northern the Western limits limffa, thence of I Ihe City East,thence lo Adams .

God gave his spirit Deiform, to rise, Stony Point, was killed at St. Ciair's defeat: the army lock possession of St. Marks, I'm., President wa intended as a Farce for the at.eel. .

And dwell near Ilcm'ns throne, with rights divine, on the 4th November, 1791, wliert' my fa. sacola and Darancns : having beaten the Inliiins Cabinet
Where stands; the Savtoi with his angel host, ther. then a major, received two wounds, one ( at Tallahas Old Town! Miccasukie, l !" and (hat no reputation is safe under TOBNIY AT LAW dams and McCarty streets, thence South thrcoghAdjms

To welcome him a guest loietermore. of which Inoke his leg, had t\vo horr-es shot Ecantina, and Dowleg's town on the Su\van- t their acting, if implication would destroy it.- street to the Southern limits of ;lhe City, .

What incan the Muse ?-In sorrow I began tinder him, and his plum? from his hat, and nee River, and the inccndious outlaws! Arburthenot The American People! ever just in forming: 1 TILL attend all the Courts of the Middle Circuit. ihence East lo the Eastern limits, thence North toMcCarty
V Office back cf the Flcridian t street, theice West to Adams street. '
To mourn the. dea.latid lo her magic wand thus borne from the field by Edward the young and Ambrista, met their just re. opinions, from plain promises, will guard my Journal Reading 0:i-Room. WARD No 4-commencing at the intersection of 4.

Brings to iny tioubl iloul lie joy of grief," e t brother. Ho was also wounded when ward. After this campaign closed, the reputation in the past, and hence the forego Tallahassee, July 2S, IS49. 29 Adams and McCarty streets, thence Sooth through I'

By sweet sou ads,echini celestial liarp Captain at the batlle! of DranJywine, during Chickasaw treaty was concluded by General l ing facts and inferences are laid before them Adams street to the Southern limits cube City,

That ci.ants a welcome tb a new bom soul. the Revolution.! They all! loft sons one or Jacks'tn' and Governor Shelby and I was uis- in i ,perfect confidence, and the President's General Orders. thence West to Boulevard street, thence North to-

4, Mourn not the dcid." f jiakc i he as ne'er man spake. more of \\hoin served in the Army or Nary of patched as the heater out to Washington City Pledge is rny only apology for thus troubling ExtcimvE DEPARTMENT, \ MnCarty street, thence East to Adams street. 'i

with honor and and and thence to Philadelphia! with funds t ihem with the Butler Tallahassee, July 25, 19 W ) WARD No. commencing at the intersection.cl.
Our friend is i gone beyond tbii vale of tearS; their Country reputation ; tt> family, or my personal ELECTION 11 hereby Ordered to be held in McCarly and Boulevard streets, thence South '

Yet I may weep the tear of sympathy, one of them, of Monterey memory) was rerently comply with one of its provisions. Early in history. I now take my leave of you, sir, with AN the Fourth Brigade ol Floiida Militia, on the through Boulevard street to I he Scut hern limits of '. .

For those bereft of one they dearly loved. on the Yic President's ticket of the 1621: the General was appointed Governor of I i due respect lo myself and for your station first Monday ia October next, at the places appoint Ihe City thence West to the Western limits thence 4

Pious Mother, tender Wife, kindred lies, Democratic) patty.( Is it to bo, wondeied at. Florida atid Commissioner lo receive it from I o-ily a proper consideration, acknowledging ed by law lor the election of County Officers, for a North to McCarty street, thence East to Boulevard I Ireet. I IV

The Son,the Husband, Fiendiitb i the Lord that springing: from such a family, I should be the Spanish authorities ; delegating to me, ore deadly sin in the eyes of you, and your the Brigadier icjignatinn General of Gen.to fill Charles the vacancy P.yrne.occasioned by st IM

Let that console to iry! jour weeping cjet : tenacious: cf my rt'IUtatiOflthis Ionor"s under a his I instructions from the President, t iho I Chief; that of having wont fir forty years the Also, an Election is hereby Ordered to be hld in The following pentlemen are hereby constituted.of Police .'
and Board of Coir.mijsaries
In life, in death,he met just resvard.HVpavo Hand, I th hat served their country in limes ofperil reception of East Florida-uliich I accomplished coat of Democracy, and not threadbare yet. the Third Brigade FloridaMiltiaat thetime and and Health appointed, with a authority on f heir parr to enforce "

to him while here a civic crown, tlt tried men's sou.s." as Commissioner on the 10h: day of Your obedient servant, place? above specified, for a Brigadier General occasioned the provisions of an Ordinance, entitled "Art Ordinance -." j. -.

AdomVI with mantle of /Yai'0H* old ; I too, have performed urduou services in July following, and had the flag of iny country IIODEIIT BUTLER. by the Election resignation is of Gen.Ordered Samuel Russell.beheld in establishing a Board of Commissaries cf PoT

His wisdom gained fur f/-sajust tenown, th1 tented fic'ds! of my country ; and in ail the raised on the battlements of the ancient fur: P. S.-This letter has been delayed iu con. t the Also Cavalry, an Regiment ol hereby the Second Brigade.Florida to lirr and Health, and providing for the jr.anner duties if" '
their and their
nitMits with her enemies 10 tress at St. Augustine. The organization of sequence of indisposition. the first in October at the t appointment, prescribing ,
With ttriilin; ;care, atdCatiwinia'* gctd.Arut.rjUSt Migag ((15 or Militia, on Monday next passed 15thJune, 1541viz: .- .. .
% and firm, jet cVr benign ; I large and small)) we were ever victorious, and the army took place in that year, and I was -- placci appointed by law for the election of CountyOfficer WARD No. FEACJS, EPPES, Esqr. ,

His Cabinet of talent teat lees ttuod I I feceived, from time to time, the umiqiafi.'dapribation arranged, and subsequently mustered for some Ozi Ve do not find that article of the con- ?cf, lo Ci,1.Gil Samuel the vacancy S. Spencer.occasioned by the resignation WARD No. 2-Dr. JOHN T J. WILMW,, t. .

With Constitution as their plumb and line, ; of my Mipcriots, and Uvieo, Kith months as Colonel of I ihe 4ih} Regiment ofln.t'anlry stitutin which our correspondent "Ila.-nil- Officer* commavling flrigar] s, Regianentn, Battalions WARD No. 3-DAMEX. II.! AMES. Ei qrsWAID .

Shield Democratic for the IVnpleV good. others associated received the thanks! of Con (my father had commanded the Oid I ton" refers to. His objections to i and Companies, within this State, are l.ere'iy No. 4-Major RICHARD HATWARD, .
Thi palafmind bid faiewell jrress. A Captain in Ifll! ; .%'t. Ajt. (J 'neral 4 h Re in: 'M'.t,) having previously waived my reiued| to carry into effect this Order within the WARD No. 5-CALEB II. ULOOD, Csqrv
holding! on to his cffn-e ofSeualor hfter commands. Given ur.dr had this 13th day of July, 1S49. ;
1 Iiril3 of their ny
that condition the General". respective
And sought rttirement from ilicir labors diie. in 181 1 8} ; at the secoi.d itivehtment of Camp right on to Ailjt.
W. D.
under Gen. Jreen of the -to which station I entitl.'d removing from the county will doubtless be A103ELEY. THOMAS J. PERKINS.
Till l Ull f3-.esirike* the funeral k..di Meigs Climyf Kentucky cy army was July; 23, IS 19. 29-lO.v Intendant. *

Of theirpreat chief, on telegraphic wire.Ob when assailed by the combined forces of thi from seniority. When the Army Register felt by the citizens of Hamilton generally.In .-- CT-Sentinel. Republican, News, and Ocala Argus Attest-Gto. W. UcTCHiNS, Clerk. <* :

what slender threjd is lot e.and friendship's tie Indians and IJntish, under Proctor ; with of that year VaS issued, it contained near I case of a called session of the General I w ill copy the above 'iratil the 1st of October,and send
(;Jeneral Htrri in his d I its close, the following recommend ion bills to the Office of Secular; ) of State. .
Evincing trailtx in terrestrial) things; on ec Mit on upperCanada it : i Assembly they would certainly much prefer NO. XIII.
re-occupancy of D"tioit, and (forming 44 The Donrd of General O.fieer (Drown, Executive
Delusive hope exulting springs to die : to be Department > An Ordinance e'tabIihing: a Board of Ct/rnmissarit* ,
Death ints I the Iender thread,and anguish brings. his army of t ihe 5h: of October, l I iy, on I the: 5v;t and (iaines) beg leave lr recommend ; represented by a citizen of their own Tallahassee, July 21, lS49. 5 of Police and Health, and providing Icr the man"

Our mourning ei-bltm, soaring on the breeze, Thames, in the absence of the Adjutant General thai in casu Drevet lirigadier General Atchiiison j county ; hut if the Major will not resign weI TT IS HEREBY ORDERED, That those persona r.er of their appointment, ami! j rescribing their :

Nations admire, and sigh for Liberty. Gaines. left sick at the Jailer place when I bhouli.1! prefer to take a a ie; iment of Infantry I do not know that the authorities will deem itwkhin J_ who shall be appointed bj the several Judges of duties. Passed 15h! June, 1-IJ. KtVHtd. m
Probate ot this State Inspieiors of Elections to beheld SECTION 1. Be if ordained by the Inttiidant and
Genera! Prorlor'b combir.etl wasdcf.'at- (say the 6t hi.) ( o1. Duncan) L. Clinch their
O'c'Und and vite: between two army : power to have a new election. Officers the Crst cf
mighty seas, f for Cr.uniy: on Monday day City Council of Tallahassee, That il shall be the
Our Goddess mourns with true benignity, ed, tile British troops tahrn prisoners und Te.cumseh lie in that case arranged to the 4th Infintry, October ft next shall ala act as I n..pfcfors of the Election duty of the Inlendant immediately alter the passage

jLd points to James K. Polk as worthy son, killed by Col. Johncon. Was appointed Col. Robert Duller, as Lieut. Colonel of theM ozr:; O Monday last Charles W. Downing, t for Officersr.l the Florida iMiiiiu, ordered tobe of this crJ.naure; or a. non ttf reafter as may LeVtorane

Adjutant General of the 6th Military Infantry, Lieut. Col. Taylor, as Major ofho received his held on said first M.mdav of October theciiy to bc-iasd! pS'into five district! or wards,' '
With Jackson, Jefferson, and Washington. B. EMI., commission-and qualifiedas
W. D
MOSELEY Governor.
Department on the 5th of March, 1814. viceGen. ( Seventh Infantry, M jyr VVoolley to the m the wanner that in judgment my best comport
Secretary of State. July Q?. 1510. 2&-Jw with the public good,which districts may be changed '
LAKE JACKSON, (near Tallahassee,) ) Gaiups; promoted, having previously 1th Artilleiy as Cap'ain, in the place of Cap!. ------__ ___ -- :$- AH the papers in the Sta'e will copy thi i* order or increased 11 nr.mbt.-r as the public convenience
served will Urig. Gen. Cass at Detroit Sands, the lutlet transfened to the 1st Infantry Octoberand stnd bills to the OlSceot the .
JzIy 4th, 1649. $ and A New lodgo: of Odd Fellows. till t 1.1 t tcay require ; and to appoint lrt.in.amo:; the totm-. .

receiving a high testimonial from him for ar.dunu in the place of Captain Cobb, to be left Secrttaiy of State.Proclamation. hers ot the City Ccur.ul, cr firm the body of the
THOMAS EWIJVG The friends of the
To Esq., Order have begun their ------ '
citizen-jone comroi-sery for ol the saiddistricta'
ceri'ices nerfoi uicd as Inp. General in out- JAC I Rnowv.
Secretary of the Interior! : womb in the town Quincv. Franklin by the Governor. cr wards and .*halt annually ttieit'after.inthemonth '
i of '
udJilion lo my other duties, in muttering: the City Washington, May llsh, 1 21. Lod"e C
iVr eacli! of tie
of t January, ]pptut one contaiaejry
Sin- yourn<.teofthe 2ht ol May, 3PtUrH. J under his command during the No. 0, 1. O. O. F. was organized there
troops itielem.] Thus was I selected I by a Whig Rca z d for en said carts r-r di-tricN that may now or her*>after [be
ing my two Ittters addiesscd lo the President winter of I 1913, and thu bid otfin the said city, and fill .. that '
jciit wbeierny counsel ina I reduction to a Lieiu. Colonel | 10h: tilt. Dro. J. R. Meginni., P. G., 'y vacar.fy
of the United States, of dales 23d and 2Gth of i Board of Field Officers though ranking! n iy occnr Iron time to lime ira the board, which '
was mainly instru- Col. Towson, xvho had been arranged Col- C. V. Montgomery I*. G. Jo Law. P. G.
April kit, with documents the as j ? shall be rlenntnir.atc'l Ihe Eoard cl Coirirr.i--.iries ot
accompanying j menial in saving the t from famine
latter, has been received. I troop the i i onrl ftotti the Paymaoter't Dureau without any S. S. Kuight, V. G., and Dro. C. W Dwwning Police and Ht-alii.! And! thft tuiruda.t i'r.alrcau'e
|j LUe being closed. After Gen. Ilarrisrma'srcsgnatiuu tank of command ui the tinu and of the jabJic no'ire, by adverlisetr.er.t i i'* ITP f the rtvfspafi.r -
These papers. froru their endowment, I 11am !' I transferred lo the Tsh Miii. Hoard this ; one | ; officiated, aided by others. The pillow.j election of Mate eator.A : .; f f th* c lv tnt at le iyt lcu w' tk<, to I be iv* .' i
making I
inclined ta believe uever met the eye of 1 Department, undertlac command of Gen. j it-corn nen: : lion, had then brethren wens elected officers for the VACANCY having orrurrtd r.t; ihe OfE<*e of en of Ihe bound.if ii.s anti iius rf the district j or
lary :
the PieuJdent ; m if f to, that they were"" je. Was with him t in his posKe'.Mofl, a letter fr..-n Genera! Atkin-: j a' Sta.t3; : So-ii-itor in tk-i Sixteenth Stnntcnal Di.tricl. .-*I. wnrrjj when they! -hal!I Lne been laid oil, and of any. e

lerred" t', <*j for of !jJackeun.I at Port Jack on J!i iI on, relusing ihe appointment f Adjt. Gentral pressr.t term : occasioned by the reMifnadon "f t.e lion change or alieralicn lhat nny frrm titpelo liineLeniaJe -
furnished wslli y lle Laving m> I 'vhen he made the treaty capitulation wit j jI of which fact another of the Hoard was j Dro. J. L SKICLUS, N. O.j Era-rnn- I D. Tracy : /' it hertb'f, Ordered, That n therein, ami the cane of'the cca.njissu.ry that
: pounds of my tJitmis-iojj j f I the Cf ut>k Iiuiatis.iu the hummer of 114-1 in: .rnjfd and election be held iri 'aii1 DHIII on Mvrday, the Erst: may beanpoinUd to each ward or d.strict.Szc. .
: Mjbfccqueiii'y cominunica'r'd
as Surveyor: .i.-i.u f FirrirJa. In ilh,r fiotti which: ;j/.ace he seat: roe to Nashville, '! I it j J. VUCDIEII, V. G. day ol October next to Gil said varar.ry.Gifn 0. De further! ordained That it shall be .
f .*nt. 1 am lef.istjd and which re&iai jiM? proteated against (his arrangement I 44 R. Kiso Sec. vfrdtr rayand ar.d the great seal ofhe the duty of the ( orrii9arif' of police and htolth, .
do.i own. i 'it'iUK'tiff, to a.v i!i orders, bbi>'i; r.ud unite j a time, and claimed tho Adjutant Ccne.ralcyus ) I ( State of Unrid.t, at the Cupitbl I in ,generally, to 'ee that oidinances\ and regulations .
Jr /ron: in ib!
"ol lea
> iio. t urprieinc. deficoiKl.ng ta Mob'!**, wht-re he becnme aware of right: by letter to the Sjgre;.> of War 44 D. C. Wr.sr, Treas. [szAL.3 the City of Tallahassee, this 23th da> of the City Council, in relation police ar.d health, WI
My ieVr. Xo. Id. of ualo ry ._________
23d ull., fihp oj ii tj intended invaRion itf LoiiMiana. of date Gth June and --- -- ol July, A. D. 1S41', and cf America are enforced. It shall be the duty ol each cotr.ciis.

Commoner, "epmsalRo lo hat reached Unlh* lOiii (it Sepicuiber, I9i4,1 ren ireil I | was det.ii-j. Subsejiiently k Gtoity.-The Itoelo.i; Transcript, a Whig iBdeiK-ndftlce the 71tSi yearVILLIAM ury to visit frequentlyand as oxen as practicable, 1 n
order of
:jour filfi on its tny lolhe President aud i isiihfwite at Nashville bit* tnstniclionfeio have I i ( an date I lij'i: of Au-us1, e.m.inaled paper luus exult over the appointment of a \ D. MOSELLT, every part of his rcam'ertve district and wcr f, and lo
mKter mutt lie Deparlment) attempting to Attest ; Goeernvr of itoi i>la.C. report to the Intend.inl z'l violalionsof! the ordinances
rettnnd: ty you ; ihus, in ibis CHSP and marched forthu Federalist of 131-1, lo a Custom house stalin:a
Cno N ,
; tinn on< pnj.. j jmeiitof reduce me fiom a Colonel to a Lieu'etnm' I Vf. DOWMX) ;, fittTftory of i'aff.July2fi and regulations of the city that lie may be able to .
nUd.tij; instill In irjiiry. As it i is ati odicul'd.jcuinciii militia from Mid.lle .by Collector! G ret Ivy, of that port, one ofi fffiXJ'Svntinsl.
Isl'J2'J \
Tenu xM>,>, and | Colonel, and 7.. ** he detect ; and parficotarlr! lo rejnft an* dereliction! ) of
Taylor second Washiugit.n
( -nd fiavMii.- copy ihprenf.) 1 have j n battalion from East Tenues ec, lo relieve I. !i Tailor's first appointments! : { Rppuhlican and Netvs,Jacksonrillf, duly be may observe in any of the city Beers, crniirht .

ngain IraiiMsri.'d it f.ir the files of lhat! De.partraent the troops in the several foils, whos<. of'' tiow. President of tte United Mates.lo : m.a i "Among the ins we notice with pleasnjv! I will copy till 1st thiuber. and send bills to the O.fice .- t watch-lo inquire into,and ca'iaet-j be renov-
lurfjture lefere.iicc where terms a Major-awl ibis, too, by a %% big IJoaid ; of Setitaiv: ol Sate.PROCLAMATION ed, all obstructions in the streets, ide-wVk', cr on '. '
it pi op.eriy I service wtre about to xait'e. and with n view. !i I met the pajiLiun: arrow, and sent a 1 that of Dr.) Juioph Palmer, long and well I the |>uM5c square, in vu-latian of li.e frcr'sicasof

belong*. TJie ddt &tod powers of the ultimately, to cover the def Oce of> MobiV. by Lieut. Jouettio Lieut. Cdl. raaeag; known to the merchants arid others, arid f for BY THE: : LoLLt.OR. the ordinance r l. rinj to -lrret ai.dsidc--Aal: : and
On!rdl 1 Jovtrrnn ni. tii.d-r ihe Cnt2 !itu ion Taylor, caaselhe said ordinance beri, idiv enf..rctd-lo l
Also lo raise a corps of mounted tolutitei'ms.to ,. d I d nut intend to his firtine twenty-five years connected with the to to
Ktt.l Laws, donot) contain as in KugUnd: that' be comnmnded by Gen. John Cofiee. occupy grade, or be instrumental a. press of this cily. The Doctor is a true blue csa eall nuis-inces in any part ol the.iJ city to be
)fi'iu(! featun. to freeman of :' in reducing him and other rnerito.rious removed or abated, and tor that purrose lo examine
every placing TJies orders were laiibfully I' I ilartftrd t Convention Federalist and wlnt is
executed and I r ,
officer iiom ,
house where -
grade to grade, and place I to into any or back-yard Ue may ?cause
rcFprnsihilin ;n the! ministcre, and that the witnessed the march of the i be in it." .
regiment of milii place; diMiiissing one from the that I more, glories lo believe that, through carelessr.e 5 or neglect, amy
; I
'Kiiir; can drtiorofijr, but holds the Prex.idcnt tia from after army ; t deltleria'Js matter have ben surered to acm-
hi law ,r.d fact fur( the :' rayettevillf, having them I | would resign ;-which I did. on the T IGth of i Whit Ncr /-Dr. J. F. Wright, cf(Greenfield mulate PioriJcd, risy Thatnncc'rrimissaryshallentera
rcKjionsibJe : ,
arts : mustered into ice the
ten gave iecemsnry or. November, IS'Jl. And t th! Presid.-nt Ohio! has invented michine : i Election of State Senatoro. '
cf f his minister ; and prelects citizen dersfur the wan so n to print t private house or back-yard for such purpose, with ,
in life, limb, i-p'itation and wrry* organization of Cofice's command, fully convinced of the inj-islice th.ne tale I lhathe | the n'uiiej of subscribers in tiewajK; ; 'rs, bv VACANCY having occurred in the: office i cf out first givinz the owner or occupant thereof notice I

President proper!} I'be lh Mi arriving daily, nay, hourly, from diMnni I I lu-ld over my resignation for some time which eighteen hundred can bi* directed : State Sfiiator in the eighth Senatorial District, and between the hcuTsofS o'clcck, A.M., and 5
in Ks Inaugural Address to the na. counties, under my jmblic appeal and ; p-ipers by the death; of Hon. Jamc; IL T. Lnrimer, and inthe j o'clock, P. M. ; ncr shall an thinr in this crdinar.ce .
lion, | to prevcn' disorganization to the army ar.rangement in an hour with the jrreateit accuracv.i .-- thirteenth Senatorial district b the froni ..
pave a volunlary pledge definiujt i i ht. printed handbills and the > re>ignalion be so construed as to prevent a commissary
grounds of reiwal from otTice : and Gen. Coflee public papers. I I I I ihi-n in full operation, I was noli. i is to be patented-Wdiraukie Sentinel.I of Hon. J. 1'. Sanderson also HI the fifteenth acting beyond t he Units oil.is own district orerjwhicti .

one made l hy him, or under his every gave iructions for his govern, I fled; that my resignation would not bo accep. I t I The Doctor) should now (turn his attention Senatorial d'strici b> the resignation rt Hon.! Louis he has only a mrrf-in.mediateand particular control, '

authority, ment, and route he was to match to Sm. Stc.phens ted, but lhat I would consider myself as to some by which subscriber j Aidnch : // hereby Ordered, That an election 1 beheld but way act jointly or irdividually in any ci the '

stamps, by ihatjiledge, odium upon the perron j ) on the. Tornbeckbee, where he would,, of ihe disbanded one process every in said districts on Monday, the first day of October other wards or districts, as tht public gocdjaajr..te- -
officers with the will be m.ide to for bis Such ,
BO removi-d. is of I advantage pay paper. a '
them till said
one have ou1Lt j and did meet further inductions., next?, to vacanru quire.SEC. 'I
I then), .
con. itutional1 fur the grounds of disriTis- pro.ceeded ofhix months i-xlnt: pi.y. Thus tt-rminuted: j discovery! would render him not ony rich for f Given uudir rnv hund.and the seal of 3. Be further ordained. That the ccmmis-

&aI from the resident and hen my wilh a company of {{angers lo join ihe, j my military career, under an arbiiran attempt, [ life, but, wlnt is of more consequence: the the State of Florida, at the Capitol sarics of police shall jointly confute$ aboard of
w referred
to General at :Mobile, whoa*> ;sltssed! to give lo reduce my rank by an order and i the sword idol of ihe press.-Albin'i Journal. [SEAL ] in the City of Tallahasn-e, thi2rth( health for the ritv, and be required Iron time lo time '
you, my application,couched in delicate terms, me one l such 3tu e tion' in relation lo
nrr f wore in honur returned ---- --- -- -
h returned u-tinit was to its seubbarduntarnished. -=: :;:= :: : : --
nmeiit. his i of American Independence the health of the to them advisable
true iven ctfy a may appear
you was by a sup ofliror, for the faith. I Under all these t Home Testimony-Always the Best.j I
have not disapointed me-having often circu'n-tancee, I \V. I) MOSELEY. ; and on the actiinl introduction or mere apprehension
seen and
in the paper* bat have ai-quired the} j' speedy execution of his ordets. Li I j well known in theird.iy, and nearly all of of.ficial : j Jnj DAVIS, the Sc-\ton ol the Church ol that goodman Attest : A. JlAXwri.i..S
you.ft the unenviable it be home in mind that Coffee' Hri ade record, this second Washington," and Father Tailor," thu-t writes as to the benefit J- The Florida Senliiul. Flciida Repub'ican.Jaik wilh one cr more physician.1* of the cityard re-
soubquet: Hulch-r &crta ry. joined the army and Milf red P" n.ar >) th I a on instance Lc has received through the virtues ct Ur. t'vtbetf
presume a issued his -
I remind youJioxvever, lhat he i s doubly 7th day of.\ou-inber three your n-cently election, and forward accounts to office ot Secreretarv to prevent the spreadiri; or introduction of the

arm *d who h rfi his caune of quarrel just ;'* i! two months from the, being days Khortof I mandate sigamst me. cf which I give you tho Concentrated Fyrvp of Sarsapatilla : ol Slate. same, as nay seen to them expedient and proper; 'I-I

and had ben day I received theGeneral'fe following pi obable version, but do not \ouch The undersigned, St-xtim, of the Church of the Jump V). tt9. iid in cases o1entgency. that nay net admit of'
you repponsible to and
fceksin the ni', pos. : ; < rdeis-having been raised, miis.tereil fur its being u literal translation : Rev. Father Ta>lor, of lo! &ton, states t the following ilelav. may at once a 'opl such precautionary cieasi -
) feting of a jentleman! you would and marched nearly HOO initet. After tacts : sa3 burma at Portugal, and am miuw 4'>> vra
not thus haveicicd. I addiessyou this Iftler ;! the descent on l'ensacola. the (Ji-neral CA' A z.twc,4th Moonand Stormy VcathcTTo of age. Jly partatiiwere Lcallhx and I was not Q I X Mor.th after date I hall apply t.-> th > Jsiu'ze: Merally to adopt such measures subject to the ap'I.'I. il

lor the eye ofVour Chief; (you being the min. tinned lo .Mobile, and made the re our Jilral though rcsponsihle afflicted by any disease until IS 15. 1 was then residing of Probates of L on County Icr a final ettlej proval ifi the City Coucil, as in their judgment
later having fj-cial relation necessary nr.rangtments Sccietary of the interior: in uWinn. At thai time ny s'niri became subject j men ol m> accounts as adainisfratcr of tne Estates cm be calcnlatfd to prorrote the) health of ihe cily.Src. I
lo my case.) as for its defence, haxing which laxt fo Truvnsend deceased .indbe arjainei Tl'.ntalt ordinances
ptcvinusiy SIR to a Humor, tvai at ; i bad as aLt m of JpsicTowiisend and Danifl 4. further
he is consmutnially bound to hold you res.pousihle dispatched CofiVe cntntnand through the m.self; and friendsStvere Soies and Ahsces-je developtd I and tor a final di ct
for } l\. these estates Ail persons interested will take notice provisions of this ordinance, be, and the saxe are
mil him Uittlil hand inau ol our great Coon-Skin Ty".- lortlit-ntl and other of .
delegated ) committed imprinted en may parts rr.y body accordingly. hereby repealed.
to powers river; when we proceeded by land to New Applied the knife to thii lintUr, too, by their excoriation and indention even into the 1 BENJAMIN MANNING, Adm'r. Approved 23th A'i5D, !S4t.EXECU [ l
your guidm: ; ati'l| how fryoii have done jOileans( niriviiig in that City on the. l t day Rut! it \\uld Hceui Itf will nteir die: bone. Abuut twelve moiths tince my afflictions rj,- James T. \rcher, E"n| my Asentto attend -_ __ p

to in mv casej shall endeavor loshow pre. 1 December) I1 .1. Shortly after the Gen", Tor when iV'lk yithi eric wreathe Was cr'wnM, wemrd increa-'inj Deep seated sores cf the tcut- to nil matt -rs connected with the administration of ( HVE DEPARTMENT. T

liaising, that ifl! had )been, undithful to my era! commenced a hasty examination of ilif. The rec.rd., t-arcI.l) 1, atal( | pn. hfd liimlo tie cere ; est chaiacter, came out' on my arm-*, my head and these estates B. M. Tallahassee,June Stitb, I S49. 5

trust at a pubc officer, it was due to the Who. thiousrli the IIait, this tnendl billet lound- 'I fen attacked) Hi} t'ee. I ltv.tr.e weak, (tarz a- July 2-. l W.' 20)- m GENERAL ORDER*.] 9
na. ferent Ihe '
defence 'Twiit "
tion the Present positions, touching of that cue me lsuit. Id apfcin te luir, ted, and unable lo perform the duties of life for naj i N election is hereby ordered lo be held in the ,
and to mo, to have said so. C-iy, leaving um with difccrelionary powers. ras iiij; slraUKe, I Ihe Spoil" he hail not sought : I 'duly bread.' In Middle Judicial Circuit of Florida.Gatlsilrn !i first Division of Ihe Florida Militia, on the first "

and not, t mp1d if. In the uirt t place, know, !1 Dining his absence lo the Lake*, I rereivi-d Wouids't thou ur.asl.d, of suck justice thought ? Failing to secure any benefit from the Physicians Fall Term 149.RiberlL. MonJ.iy in October nestat the places appointed by

iiigly, and xvitbmple teittimoni Its in my pns. '! official inteiligenc'! of ihe allan and Thete ti t nuuzh from I ho tecrrt eo/pi, I see, who prescribed for me-, I rts-oitrd to the ue :ot Courz'g.-To law for the election of County OlBcers. for a Major
sefcbion lo luliAnliale, I enter solemn \ : on cap.I : Hut whether I due 01 lal-e. j just t the same to me ; .uiSjrs2f'3iilia Compounds, tnt v\illi nobtrefit. : E.lraor.d,7 Soil by attachment for theo I General to command said Di% nrr lo fill the vacancy
test inst my ;pro. I lure of our gun.boats under tJi' comtnan'l of TinKitiir.*. rin io no wrcmi;," |>lac him under ban, The able and disliniuished Physician and.! ureni n. > sum ol S7CO 2'KJfezekiah m-casioned fc>\ the lesi aatior. of Gen. William
ag ay information, rcrc/ or other. (he gallant Jones. After one hour's deep reflection Then (ttfijtili his head-fomtfrtifor Jlurlcing- J rnM Aycf M. DH mover street, [Hoston. who had miahBond in !jtl,'>00. L'ailey. ,0 .

ise, which jti or the President may have 1 dispatched early on the ITith of Dc.cemnber /tamnf' ROUGh AM HEAD % airhvt! ray re, al 1.ad advised in} using Dr. Cc rs THE delendant an.t all! ether persons; interested, And an election hereby ordered to beheld in ., *

itceivcd demoting from my character a* nlaithful and on my own icsponsibility a an ex..prehs I am flit font of splitting hairs," nor etdiawing bett' Sar 2arilla.| hereby notified of the i ins'it tit ion ot I he above the second bivt icn of the Flr.rnU Militia on the
and public officer. } J am happy now to state that rny seneral health suit by alldchmer.t.untl are require to appear and first Monday of October nextat the places appoint
My with orders fine deductions
to and without
tiRtRctei proceed day night,. Fpnn strum a" i I* lastjimprntin Thescroluloin dcvel'ipeinent onj plead l Iii the declaration filed therein within t the td by law lor Ihe t-lfCtloa of County pflicers, for a '
?eItioi an aQn1c! ,: mm. faithful in ull my i (not sparing horsc-fl-sh,) the bearer of in.i premises, but in this instarice! : I would inquire j inv head, arms pnl face are quietly passinjr away, time prescribed law. Dated July 17th. 1S49. Major General to command said Division to fill the

: j is fcfM-el! esiablislvd in polite M.wheie i &trur.tiori. aS by command, to General Cofi>e.i whether the following might n;>t have been dtH not until this moment have I had any hope of a p. v. WHITE, PUt's Atty. vacancy occasioned by the resignation cf Gen James )!

Ciety I >rl well known, that I defy the i and Col. Hinds of the Mississippi Dragoons, the consequence: h.vl I submitted to tht* order r.>acue frnrn grave. Tu Corbet| SnrMparilla do I Jtly2t. 1,49. 2's G. Cooper.03lc m L*
filatket atomic altiibute this amendment, as not until I had rcoDimandinzBripdes.. Regiments,Battalions e
unJe maleolence, in cat with truth a !' to proceed by foiced marches d.iy and night, of my reduction : Lieut.? ('oh.! Taylor would l idopled its t'e, (and thi in itinute qiianlilie!I,) \V. S. DII.WORTH,] [C \\W.\Y SMITH Companies within the Stareare hereby required

)I'r' upon i I nm noithf Jhugh in man-: I'for the protection of New Orleans ; and also have been a Major and t therefore would not have I (for four years found any relief from 3- tic r- J'1L 1Th & to carry into efli'ct this order within the limits .

$, not yet baJy to Jo wrong. I have for General Carroll, then Mippo.ed lobe near hiue men lo the. command: of the American ing." ATTORNEYS AT LAW of their respective commands, and make returns.

'WJSllin vain, for cause of my u-moval, or j[ Coffee, on the river with the Tennessee! and forces in Tuxas: and the north wing of tho JOHN DAVIS according to law. -.
M ihe Sexton of Rev. Ed waul T. iMONTICELLO FLORIDA. W. D. MOSELEY.Xj .
'y uhra .fil><> political party to which Militia l in flat-boats him in Mexico and other officer Taylor's ,
ou Kentucky directing army como (rnssiUy Mariners' Church. ( All the papers in tie! State publuii until day .

}t belong defc'cd il, other than my office be. to double man his oars tn fleet; his arrival in mwif; as It-ing in the line of" safcjirecrdait EDWARD BRINLr.Yfc Ct-. Sole Aien ts, -July--7.----IMP.--- _27." '_ of elect im.Jtnp30. .

ap one ot the gpoiU" o ardently wership. time. On) the evening of the next day there. !,") would have beaten the sfarving r Nos. 3 and 4 South sickFaninl llrtll, R4..luiI. Notice. Is; 10. 2'

p'd$4 by tIe \vt party kjCft they, ceased tocry after, the General arrived at Head Quarters, Mexicans at Haeua Viila, and possibly a de.scendant LEWIS & AMES morths after date: the undersigned exerntor ..

/c. 'e prnqIe prvscm iiiOit." and in a personal coinersatim, he dis.'ip. of Honor's Hand might have been Sole Atent; for Ta1Iabasee. SIX: the la4t will and testament of Lowis S.i'mdtr Medical Notice. I

*a tie JulfilfiDot! ()mviiromi) ? abtnp mide, ; proved of my having: dispatched) the eJ \- hailed as the second Washington," but ne V. __ ___ ____ __.. __:.rI ,deceased, late of Leon county, will pre-enl I In- 1!. (,. WaRT, M. D. j. t- CALL, sr. oDR -
j ** final accoimn and vouchers to the Hon. Judge ol WIKT & CALL hire a ociited themselves '
D. T.loff plfd the President's plalge and J alled ing that the might as- er t to have saddled the nation with a "
press rnemy no-par- ths
n) official OBITUARY.Died Leon Probate C' 'irt, and ask lobe discharged.LCWIS in prictice Medicine, Surgery, &.c.and.
aclsin juttaf>o.ition, it becomes ,i rend Luke Ponchattrain. and et in his rear. ty Prebident," anil an ultra Whig Cabinet, lo M. SAUNDERS, Executor. ofior their sen ices to the public.OrT.ce '
uecekMiry fur fie UMtarni&hed reputation of j i 1 I the defence of the ihe confound the I hue politics! of the Constitution on the morning of the 2'M July instant, at t this JulvSI. ISty.) 2>-(6m over Drug Store,Minticcllo. Florida.
urged narrows by ) ;
JMadison Captain WII.UAM ---___ _______ ____________ _______ __ 0
any lorefathersand the landing down to poj- fortress Coq'iille. On the morning of the and best intercfctt, of our country, and purlaps i evidence in County Middle Circuit of Florida. Auaust 5, 1S4S. 3 ly5BBLS.
of his alter _
terity in sixtieth a
the sear
Inf own p.od name that I should pub.n 19th however he leading to the creation f LIVINGSTON age.
1 f dispatched: a largo ttram /> a hydra-headed papr -
mi ii IeHeriv painful illneco of ome eight or tni da>8.In Leon County Circuit Court.-//: Chancery.ANIL No. 1 MULLET. For sale W by S
tie, informaiioii of the Amer- D'Hik! which I however ttry
boat lo aiJ Carroll's (descent I fl y a move. see, obsolete, S.S.KNIGHT. '
Acan death tf t this man,cur county has lost one ofit ilAHt.\TBADEWEI.t. JAJir.3 D. TllADEwcu. *
I ihe W -
PteiJ.it people, ad through you, inform the f.TMit almost; unpu'cedented; in the nnnaU of is again agiUled and that' distinction of ihe ., Administrator of \ViIliam TradewtU.I July 7. 18-19. 27 .
excellent citizens, society ore
: !lae < ot theL'uiud-Siateh( (as it i IS fla'ed history, Coffee arrived in time to take nn important veto power probably attempted( ) which Ibri,tic rr.ost worthy
tecer the most perfect niodtU of the gentleman cf t ti.e TT appearing to the Crutt on the affidavit of comJ. C A BBLS.St. Louis Flour .
ol I -
deem read *Jenocrttlic: papers !) that } part in the iitiack inad* on the DrilUh one of tht most latpilv, provi inns and important treachery phinant'3 Solicitor that the defendant in I the 2'J bbU. Cincsanatti Floor, -
: his his ftiend heart that knew no
tlor; act off".v removal in direct oppos''. Camp en the evening of tho L 3d of Decem. si'fdy mlrcs for the miuorily, v/iiiin! ihlolu's 'C olJ? tirn. a j above stated cants does not reside in Florida but in 30 Vhiskev. .

ty._1QjIh pledges, if I am not puil1j tier below New Orleans ; on which occasion of I he (2otait UI in.). I trust t thst (Piovideiiliall i. anJ his relatives a most kind hearUd and affectiona'e the State ot South Carolina: It is Ordered, That the* 8000' Ibs.Eacon Side*, ?

tude tarnpt, is swemte oou %%iII ;1tiri, ;. I I i.aJ iiie ,iii"'a ohdi-r thn Maj. Genernl'isOrder \ ) tame Senate of the United States will, kinsman. S : mid defendant appear the first and answer of Decemberncxt.otherwisa the complainant 000 Ibs. Shonlders; .
bill betore
: on or day : SOO Iba. Sate low
Hax For orJaly '
", ZfLaolIpLYQ.S.j ; ; and I proceed IP shewIf *, ib foriTrihr-arnry for acttnrr, nnrf led pievent either rvrxe from being adopted, nut! If ardent love and tl-vption to his country and its i the-sjme may be laken-fwo confetso. .f tit :: S. S. "S '

), Ly
haitv Ci.s0f lie fmjy, whence 1 *oianand/ ai ring that important engag Mnent-the forluit.ou of liln-rly will manliest their stretant F' in his Iran-actions and intercourse with hitlellnw men, ? printed in the M'ddle Circuit cf .
bke1) ibedbv IJ\Y. from New Orleans, Neff's
) Florida for four months as received Sur
whih i .0r ?.v owt| S<*rr5re ('ut part olmail. $ issue of which becamn the rock of c<..nfi.dcncc giving n rnn-oiityin I ihe other branch of Coigies : clnrity for their thoitcomings ami a sincere fjmpahy TIIOM.tSBALTZELL preset ,Judge J Cured Sides and SN4ilders, (a nw article,) a agar
.!. I* ? Hisociatcd somewhat mti i[ bout incxpt-ticnccJ troops, leading on this winter, und then our cnun'ry will for their inufortuncsshall plead before h'isCu re- July lSth.49. Cured Hams, 30 bbts.! Flour! tc. For *al by .

ihr\'f*V,. Dfnif* K..t his junior some two or I t I to victory and the final expulsion oi the ene be sae: : until again regenerated from Whig ator, then is this man among the redeemed May it \ true copy. Attest D. McRAENY, CI rk, 'TORN McDOCGALL.
( ) M July 21. lst9 -25 Ey J B. Kr.EwD C July 7, 1843 2-
an ttctfu lily unUrm&h my.' Had I awaited (the return of
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A M* fcy ic e M ef CLAP iu .,s r4 "ith 'UII" AT LEWIS i. AMES' Dme Store, a fre h supply Notice. DR. T ARVlfJ'S LADIES' RELIEF

W MM ....flCB. f r.-,&md ._ kti '._ to pm In Chancer. ew and Valuable Medicines-:aaonf ,which Pills

S .& a.u."cl th.y .0.To... s11 MIDDLE CIRCUIT FLORI.IS GADS are the feiwing!! : SIX Months} after date, I shall apply to the Hen. I A RE *T effec'Hal remedy for the following pinf. .
'w ot Probate in and (or the Costly of Leon \. *
&:r:OCJfVWC. Orl &IC Ttt To- DEN DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE inddisiressiagftrr.alecccphinu.viz:

.focnr, ul ct *r .". Ml wu (tan.rlr a worker.nfl Th Branch of the Bank the : nrrnrs.: REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between for m> discharge from the adciiniMratership njwn urrtxza, or obstructed menstinaizon.cr DJsmeDfrrbllf"

'6&44Il.SS4 a. Uhi. Yl he MttMf th til*of Dr..faThb State of Alabama, Complt.c, Desicned for, and ,Cil mu. Liver Ccn- THE\Y York ard St Marks and Newport, will the goods, chattels, and estate f-f Thomas Knight i painful and imperfect menstruation .rr Dit.

h. prpo.s fp'It clb.UI t.ir4. I b>t BfWie t>$. plaint Pile*. crofula. Jaundictad all]) kin .reJ commence running at the opening of the fall trade, deceased. ROBERT BUTLER, Adm'r. with ick head-ache, sometimes pretax for a ceuiZ

t"e* 1 ..t t.tocmrrt. farthiM I bat th. Benjimin C.tSherirTof Gads- diseases resulting from a disorder stomach or impure and continue throughout the entire year viz: Mrch24.1S49. 126mNotice. crab!. time and then entirely lIuppr .,* Chloren l
.' or.CJJF OKiarjfJL OLD Dr.Jacob Townwad't Ptn.- blood. or green-sicknesj, Lenccorrbcea,
den County and tf-offieio admr. Bill to forecloseMortgage. date Brig WARCALL'A, Joseln, Master I or Wtitrs tof
r/lU.! ef O(t.b OU Pi'" likrvmi. b! fctlllyUir c. on the E tate of James Innerar DR. HULL'S WORM I LOZE"Cr. OCILLA, Trim, do. I II I$. and eases the twn eflife-Suppression ot the
\ .k>t tltnnicr* term the enl ef dec'd.Jobn F. safest most effectual, and months after during confinement. Spitting of blood
anl' iiv, Inncrarity, 11 The LUCY Hosmer, do. date, I shall apply to the Hon or bledia
'PIIpl Cj1. ing X... ,(.. .V JVr Q ,. William P Innerariiy. Santiago before the public' for the eradication of WORMS in SUWANNEE, Clark do. (new,) SIX Judge Probates for t the County of Gadj- the gums. Convolsioos.or Epileptic fit.. to"'Zlt.;ef ca

Jnuailv. Lewis W. Minor and Children or Adults. U WAC1SSA Perry, do. (new.) den for letters of dismisjion as Executor on the estate spitits. Debility and N>rToa'nes, Costiveneas*,.

Hfloi.e Minr. Defendant J HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES These Brigs are built in the most substantial man Samuel Strickland,dec'd- late of said county.H. renness-ind titan other diseases that ire too t.

BEING MADE TOPPER by affidavit Will FBCVKNT Consumption and cent ill t ca es of ner expresly for this trade and are commanded by H. STRICKLAND, Executor. dicns to mention that are generally caused bj IQ c.

"I.r ..--' IT thii cause, that ,. reside fle Colds. A.thna, Spitting Rend, Pains M the Side careful and experienced Captains. Freight and pasuge January 7. 1549. 4 struct ion or want of tone in the female genital ON

)ynnd the Iioiu of he Slat of Flcrida, to w it.in the Shortness of Breath and all other Pulmonary, Com at the lowest rates. Agent*- gan.

State of Alabama ; that William P. Innerarity re- plaints. COE, ANDERSON t CO.. Notice.SIX They promote all tb* secretions and rxcrttions ia
iidr-i. out of the MiJdle Circuit of Florida to wit in -AIM- the female organism; they effectually
10 Beaver street, New York. months after date I shall pply to 'the Hon. remote aQ
__ the City of Pensacols, in the State of Florida ; that DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, JOHN DENHAM. of Probate for the County of Jefferson for obstruction (rom the 'female constitution,anlra .

:) Santiago Innerarity rtidt beyond the :limits of the Well known as a Safe. Certain, and Effectual Care McNAUGHT & ORMOND letters of dismi-sion as Executor cf William H. plicated with some other disease,and then r.-o.f1

_. -4-, S.a.t of .Florida to ,-it. in the Island' of Cuba ; that forFeterand Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent Newport. Mathers, late of said county. deceased. relieves it. Gradually introduced into the ')It.ar

Lewis W. Minor and Heloise lnor. reside beyond and allother Fevers. Price reduced Serenty-Jitt Newport, August 12, 1949.. 4 SOLOMON E. MATHERS. I I they restore a healthy action in the ot n aid ?;

the limit ol the Slate of nor "it.in the State Cents per Boz. Jefferson County, February 10. 1549. 6 6ra I appendages.: The Irreat advantage and superiority of
r t Virginia : It it therefore Ordered That the The abote Medicines, fresh and genuine, are forsale THE WAKULLA HOTEL I the Ladi 1' Relief' Pills over all other medicine :
'if: \: said named defendants do appear and answer the bill by LEWIS & AMES.Talabassee. Notice. I I that while they eradicate: disease,they intigoute fht

\ complaint filed therein, within the times Fa. AT NEWPORT SPRINGS, FLA. body. Many persons have been cured by the B<
Jmi.e I'I I of
\ to them respectively that is to say-the For certificates of recommendation. and other information HOTEL has been completed and SIX weeks after date I will make application toI these pills after an affliction of ten yrars. In jh

\\ 1' F. Inneiarity, Lewis W. and Heloise Minor concerning the above Medicinesee future .TIIIS i;; : presents to the public a desirable Hon. Judge of Probate for Madison County, !j!I these pills are a perfect regulator cf the njcntUy

& within the period of four months from the date of advertisements, and pamphlets! which may be obtained retort (or the approaching season.It for letters ot Administration on the F.state ol John evacuations females. If they are profuse irrft,

the first publication of this order; the said WilliamP. I of the .oent... I. isnot deemed necessary to speak of the advantage J. Boyce, deceased. JOHN C. McGEHEE. ular. they (the Relief Pills) restore them to their

OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND, Innerarity within the period of two months ; and I. March IS, 1S4S. 35 derived, from the waters and bathing by those who May 2-1, 1319. 21-6w regular period and proper quantity and quality, ud

THE ORIGIN. IIScnIEI Of 1 HE the said Santiago Innerarity within the perio of *ix hate frequented the Springs. The virtues of the do likewise if they are scant or obstructed.

Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla. months, or in default thereof the said complaint : Drugs, Medicines, &.c.i wster are well known and require no adulation. Notice.S Many females are thrown into convulsions or Epileptic .

may be taken as confessed by the said iefen. I In addition to the former attracticns an Ice Home IX Months after date I shall apply to the Hon. fits by the suppression or obstruction of t tbt
ud k
0.D To..n1. row abl:yew* of .C .fihC7JCAT.V 10C. : dants, at and after the ,enra periods to : EDWARD BARNARD, JR., i .iII be well filled with this desirable article and a Judge of Probate for the County of Jefferson for I I monthly evacuations, (occasioned by cold or seme
*: ORIOI.V.IL. '. TO" S.fS..fRlr. them respectively in this Pro\idedtht: this. received by the late arrival*, a.I .\fint Garden near by. New Stables are being erected lattcrs of dismission as Executor of Esther Korne. other cause,) and remain objects of pity and distress

vhieh t_...Beat PO It*hit. t*bees"t* compelled oat of'limit lu.tlralGr.. the _!.. clr- order be published once a week (or term of four HAS: addition to his stock of GENUINE and visitois will receive every attention cal. gay late of paid County deceased. the remainder of their lives ; these piUs core by re.

mlrb iMaot 1 lb oely who bro htd Irtr'wonb. a.d knowiw months, and at the expiration of the said tern of r I DRUGS AND MEDICINES all ci f culated to make their stay at the Spring pleasant. JOSHUA TAYLOR Senr., Executor. moving the cause which first produced the diea, .

f e Ibe r\n of m ) i..rtbeks. u four months then continuously once a month for which are cf good quality lour for CoJi. Newport May 19, 1S49. 0-3m March 2-1, 19.t9. 12GmNotice. Many ladies, 'from imprudence or acme other caive

MKM prroa who had bl b".i of tore a.4 d e o'. *o< Mrcdfruca the term of two month, in a newspaper puSH he Also, on hand a general assortment of the folliw- take cold after or during confinement which r*..I

"t.pracUlmrd HEALING.Ireluu -odera within the limits of the Middle Circuit of ing which are warranted genuine, viz : GEO. H. BESTWICK, I he suppression of the lochia ; for Ibat.and-lf-;: .

ic. Mrti r. .ay r"" Ce. lh*' b)ba. by hl* 'k'cJBCe THOMAS BALTZELL Houck's Panecea RowanJ's Improved Tonic fix. Months alter date I will the Hon lam diseases, the Ladies' Relief Pill are an effectual
apply to
lid! rtrnce drrivd be of 20. A D. 1S49. Wholesale & Retail Grocery & Provision Dealer SIX remedy. valuable
"tp a. .nil. "uul Ineu Febnmy Judge.C. ture. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Bran/reth's ofProbateforGJden ( letter They are a .aperient during confinement -
teble .i4vaste to mink' 'b.1 the I' would I H. DcPovr, Sol. for Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic. TALLAhASSEE, FLORIDA. County or ,I or to correct a costive habit sick
ComplLA Camphor head
ouhed t tTinj it ialo untvcn&l oolre .tirn tu l mestimsb5jfljaf : dimisjion (romthe administration of the estate of
nakd be know.aid appn Tlui but b&* coiIshe true copy : Worm Cough, and Dinner Lozenges Bonpland's constantly on hand, and for sale at the James H- Gibson, dece ed. ache. SLC. They relieve barrenness ; they renew
meitri tapped this I. R. HARRIS Gadsden Circuit Court. Celebrated Feverand Remed KEEPS and invigorate the
are. Cltrk Ague Lucenia Cordial cash price, for cub.all the article in R. E. GIBSON Mm'r.March blood.give tone and activity to
OR.1.YD UVI'QV.fI.FD IRY".fR.fTJO.. By R. C. LESTER, Deputy Clerk. Thompson's Eje Water McMunns Elixir of Opium, the nervous system and are the mildest,
m this line f business. Flours of best qualities ar, 10. 1S49. 10CmNotice. yet the
nt.aurailred the l DKth and tb l.rl.1( the lad..e1.e: ) I U&r'lh.I roan March 3, 1S49.$ 9- : Sinds Sarsaparilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, Co flee. Teas, Bacon Hams,SnapCandles, Nuts Raisins most certain aperient known,they are harmless and
UcAfaUt of c f enrtDifl or Tyler's ditto, Gordon's Billious aod I innocent in their effect For
detnnrlw. Anti-Dvspeptic young ladies
Lard, Whiskey, and all other articles who
Court of Probate usually .
I'allke r TtmB id't.ll "tth .
improvet see have
mug Pills Beckwith's arrived the
ut Pills of
Anti-Dyspeptic Peters' and age womanhood and
I found in similar establishments. All whose
never cbu but the better wanting
suit, prtclpis.by S fo'ceutJIc/! *..;tUAIIII. ppue to.edf!. cCbem !.oRCJ 2ht, A. D. 1S49.' Spencer's Pills, and I* Agent (or S. P. Townsend's. to purchase any of the above articles persons, are respect SIX months after date,I shall apply to the Hon. systems are too feeble or relaxed to bring forward the
>kirv, sAd the Utot dlKiiverle* of the e celebrated in bottle .1 of probate for the of Jefferson 'for natural evacuations the Ladies'
a ..1 STATE or FLORIDA-COOT* OF LEON. Sarsaparilla, quart at SI 1 per f ally invited to call and price them before buy- county Relief Pills! are a
in the Buf ( Ira
eniuch. 1_ nqU"ltlol ro eture or tbe bottle. Alo, superior Lemon Sy letters dismission as administratrix de bonis non : prompt and efficient remedy and old
rup prepared from ; ladies
Tbe : rfL ills well! known to n4< William G. Ponder, Executor oilthe elsewhere.. who
ntu.1'Ir.l wn.,.. may t.\a me.I..1 (irn irbicb are Inert other, w hich i if rela.Brd E in sick said countvdeceased. MARY S. I much benefit
preparing than that from
f u u.I.. and inunoot Archibald Graham deceased, Petition ( disrs. ; or ordinary use usually sold, London & Co.,corner ol Monroe and Jefferson streets. JOHNSON.I an occasional use of th spills .
it ir which It or -
$ I. pDu/rl411 ac1 : Porter &.C., &c.JunelO.1SIS.. Jefferson County.pril, Ib39. ; they will serve to and assist
keep ,
to the 'y Ie properuet cr Hwnpanlla.re I I t tribal ion 'if f the Ma} 12, 1S49. lf. op nature
to t.ti.. thai they i t.rely e ap> I aDd ire 'IMI U the IprprcD An-i Ponder, John Swain, Peter } estate of John 47GRISWOLD'S in maintaining a healthy action in the uterine (\Inc.
If they are cot prrsrrrrd a Notice. I tions fcr
ict *tife proem. several
th>. eiperirnerd In tu m.nof. [ure Moreover.tbe Carton. luac N. Cook, and Graham deceased. IMPROVED Groceries, &c. II years longer.
*t fifltttle 1 prtmtiplti wbtchfix nfl I'ap<". or .an eihila- Racel wife and Ccllin I I -T HAGS RIO COFFEE SIX months after date I will apply to the Hon. These pills are the result of much and long experience .
e., fu.0 whirl, rise* Graham deceased.IT Subscriber will I from the admin 3fration cf the happiest and most universal success they
1J11IC continue to Manufacture estate of ; are
penoi boil new the root till : J r do. White Java do. .
Cl < ret S I
liquid which dal elM .L Cotton Gins I Norborne T. Tailor dec. H. B. composed entirely of vegetable substances.
f The
more tim th* "" naStier in made on u.ual extensile scale, aid
fl Iba I I being to to this Court Collin 2 do. Brown do. do.
from any tbinf .Ie. aP\ ton thee '1"1" this ..1114 or varHd Graham appear Ihi ed by long experience, first t cbss workmen best I April 14, IS.t ?. 15 ,| act favorably both as a mild aperient and tonic, on
ll cf the .
ald. one 2 Bbl crushed
<| tweeiea the said I Sugar
,11 wlr had thn "SAB- defendant need I I I all constitutions and without
JI. and the injury to
1.rA RILLA EXTRACT tr SVRLT." BUI inch uneltbe petition, (ire ihil! being,) resides beyond the most improved machinery,which I 2 Boxes Loaf do. have been with any. They
'ntl known at the limits! of : enables him to furnish an arlicJt,\-hichfur faithful Notice.SIX prepared great care, and are indeed
Florida, but within the limits Gshen Butter, Box, and Pine Apple Cheese, what
GENUINE DR. upe.penrr their name implies Ladies' Relief .
OL JACOB .TOWSE'D'i I of the United States : It ii thrrtfare Order.l, That workmanship, durability and superior perfbrmarce, i j' Family Flour, Cider and White Wine Vine- Months after date, the undersigned will apply testimonials of their efficacy could be Pills. Many

ThU I a ppl ARAP. ARIL.rt pro.er.s "r( the @ the said defendant, Collin Giaham do appear and is Ha\inz not surpassed in addition by any crlered Reed's in the United States. 'I ga r.Codfish, I Herrings Chocolate, Candies, Sauces, the Hon. Judge of Probate 'for Leon County but a few only will be given. as the public produced will b.
to Patent
tapanllarm' removed may thin capable i'(btcorsnil.( j answer the sai petition within (our months from b Combination Pickles, Almond, Figs, Table Salt, Jtc. .c. for letters of disrnis- ion as Administrator of the better able to appreciate their value
acid oof femtDUlinn. It and : 'he date of first Water-Box, procured at pieat co".t the sole right louse Estate of John Smith. late I after they have
rJlnct rejected. then every | t publication of this order otherwise Received per brig Suwannee, and fcr sale by deceased of said countv. proven them Ladies,this medicine is
ptrtirle medical virtue : Cotton Gins offered
a a and conrenutled th on Devalin Wood & Ihn ock'i you
r. : thai ill.rendered ,! Complainant's petition may tie taken asi McNAUGHT & ORMOND. SMITH Administrator. that in
) rcspseufIosarga.j.l of tu *i\a-\ celebrated Patent yea may a great measure booocw.
your own
able aed heallnr pmprrt.t. frtpared i I.tbn"Ir.l made the: i confessed bv said defendant. Provided That this Oil-Saving Box, which is considered Newport, March 10, IS 19. 10 March 10, 1519. 1O6mNotice" Physician-sand thereby relieve yourselves of
must lowrrfal ncent in the I order far superior; to any now in use. many
bep'.blibednnce week -
a for the :
term of ( of those diseases from which the male
Cure of innumerable I .li Having furnished eight hundred Gins 'o'the Planters part of the
ditease months -
Hence the in some few-raptr published in the Countvcf THE GALPIN HOUSE. human race are exempt. Each box contains
nu 1.a etmtmendatmnt nn tide I last season, which have i"enmi"trul satisfaction thirtj-
II wondert itt fivor IB the by cure b.en or"'npeo and children. We (ftnd eve !, I l.eCI, State aforfliid! I:. BROOME. will be a sufhcient guarantee that his Cot. XEWNANSVILLE FLORIDA. SIX months after date the undersigned adminis three pills-('rice $1.00 per box.
delonisnon for sale
J.\E of the estate of Samuel Kept by
CO.\-SVMPTIO.\. > Tspr.rst.i. .nd t.irrn co.v Jud e of Probate. ton are highly approved. THE public are informed that! the GAL.utisiriN Theus late of Leon F 0. Welch Alban
IIf.le Rlr.TI.I.Y. SCKfft/ P1/.CS Engagements can be made the County, deceased, will presenthis : Drurgiat, !. Baker county,Gs.
March most
7I: _. ....I 'T.\o 's F.KLrTICJfS.FlMIrom :: j I 24. 1919.! 12-1m with his Travelling on arccmmodatincterms I J HOU E"is now opened for tbe reception accounts and vo'ichera to the Hon. Court of Probate I E. Seixas. Drugzist, Tbomasville.Ga.
"' < I Hr. "4 pU WhlSlflf It'ntl"ho will Boarders and Travellers, and they for Leon Hamilton W. Store-r.owndn
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. I Jefferson Court. call on Planters generalvor! by letter, addressed tu may County, arid a-k for a final settlementand Sharpe, Sharpy's
Circui assured there will be in
rest no pains spared making discharge from his said administration. county Ga.
ps..e.a mtneliont) him at Clinton Jcnes
.I,' ".r"Mu .*.dtf, ./efficacy t4e Sunufk.In all compl from.unequal:nti aritlnf. eirenlaw ,from. 1 William, Bailev aJmr. CHANCERY. Gins delivered to .the county Georgia.free of them comfortable as far as in the power of the Pro SIMEON THEUS. S Puleston. Dru ist, rontie.no, Fb.

cold* > dvternnniillon aail bud...oloou.lbr h.d. IllpllCO of the Iea boni non of John Bellamv J n"I' I' I'Ie r-F or and warranted to perform purchaser well. expense, prietor to di so. His stables are new and in first Mav 19,1M9.) 20 E. Barnard Jr.,Diugeisf, Tallahassee, Fla.
cbli. and HM nub.over the body. ucc., rate order, and a first rate ostler in W. Erinson & Brother
bu Dot it* tquk k Cutgkt ; and pr..ruot eaty ex- r, sale I of land-t tog. t aside The Cherokee Counties Georgia.and the Northeastern dance.N. always atten Notice. ,Druggists Madison C. H.,

JClltk. rnll fAlnlion; rcUilnj ttnctnre or the Henry Dozge'tt and DaI I Conveyance *. part of Alabama will he furnished with Gins Fla.And
.. ana t?"r7 ntn. p nt. J f from a branch of his business at B. Private apartments always: furnished (or la- i IX months after date the undersigned, one of the by It> e inventor at the Mineral Springs
B in ; it | vid Harrow; Rome Flod County S
.Qlhlc more m nlfeilty: and nIl.IT J dies. I
ncliece seen
GJ-O. 1\1 GALPIN Lowndca Ga.
administrators of the of ,
hl.'kdSe ttn In all Lir. and tuurr* ( t Georgia known as the firm of Griawold &. King. estate William S Then, I county
FEM.kLE!COMPL.\LNTS.< appearing "to the satisfaction of this Court by Any orders) to their address Rome Georgia, will Newnansville, June 23,1S4&.-25 Proprietor. l late of Leon county d ceased, will present his accounts -
affidavit made in this cau"e that tbe said defen and vouchers to the Hon. Court of
1 'ai wonder In e* t'of t'uar.lttu o irkrtn, FaKtur ij meet prompt attention. Probate of
( d".l.SvpfrnfJ,f rall/o.Vrn. tmfidtrif dante reside out of the State of Florida, bejond the SAMUEL GRISWOLD. WHITE SPRING, Leon County and ask for a final settlement and discharge hruor COU TT.

ii ecrifif 0 t_the,form 1 pr.oJ. and., D.itun.By and u .eflectaal j j'Jisdilf.1' of( this Court but i In the United Slates : Clinton. May 2C, 1549. 21-Sw HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDA. from his said administration. Some time about eight years ag. I miscarried
That the said defendants SIMEON which was the second time that 1 lad done
remuvtef, nUirurtiunt. ..0 reru'atjrig' the (general tytr Ordttd Henry Dog. THEUS. so.-
'Ta, 'I civet tone tnU .uut&the "bule Ui>ly, and U mcnret Zett and David Barrow do appear and answer the Fresh Groceries. TilE undersigned respectfully inform the public May IJ!, 1919. 20 Shortly after tie last miscarriage I W S compelled to
Si f rna "rrn'OU8 Bill of CompUint filed in this cause within four they haije leased this Spring for a teem of lie out in the woods all ni, ht from thelnJians,which

% dIieacg< and debility, months from the date of the publication of this or JUST receiving from New Yolk and New Orleans, years. The mineral properties ot the water are so Notice. caused me to take cold, which caused obstruction

nc Uiuipretenuorrellftei a rTat vnrx-tr other mtltdie% der, the said Bill and choice assortment of Groceries; consisting I. generally known that it is needless to i of the monthly evacutions, which
ttnal tmUtr. o cr will he taken for confeatedagainst say anything in'irely dissp-
\'c.r. St. Iatai having claim and demands
of Bacon
Dal" S'I" -n part Hams Sides and Shoulders, persons against i
CuKtiiit'mt ,1. them 01 that subject.To ALL | peared about three Since then
l"t Fats ; .indititfvrthtr Ordtred, That publication 1 1I Mackeral No. 1 and 2 Candles! Flour Coffee Estate of Wailer W. Taylor.deceased of years ago. I have
*** tat! t nod.eir.lt> tae: liver ti hf"ilthv action I of tliii cirdet be made in some Soap, IhO affiicred w ith Reurnatism.&roffi)1a.Dig-, been subject to violent attacks of epileptic fils.I .-
Ik nJ le I newspaper II Lard Tobacco Teas, Almonds Candies New' Orleans Lean County are hereby notified to present them I Ito

fi god rIie.s the bo (
e.P.IOI. published at once a week for the pppsia, and the thousand ills which mortal are heir I two months since I obtained hree boxes of
lor.; equ.itst. of four to, we would rcppecllully suggest that they try its I Dr. Tarvin'3 Ladies' Relief Pill, andth have
bu od. mln' y re-
ul.,.rU. producing jrtrLe warmth t the time prescribed by law and all indebted
removed door John .
i Store next to W. orl1le's.JOliN ; persons
3ualvall over, lie body, the in. ,'ible .prripirition; relatM I certify the above to be a true copy from the rec- McDOUG'ALL.June i virtues*-belieunz from its many almost miraculous to said Estate are requested to make immediate lieved me (flora those unpleasant diseaies-above mentioned
,. al.llctw .mud Ult..., removes .n!l f"'IUC&UI and 01 ds of Jefferson Circuit cures effected by its use that they also will be simi- pay ,and from experimental knew"dge I would

.The\J"neJktne c entire l 1'}'''r I. not Ibl&b.nerd Court.C.. G. FIFE, Clerk. 9.1549. 23 I la Iv bentfiUeJ'nd"e say to all who visit this ment.May 5, 1549. RICHARD 192m.Administrator's HAYWARD. Admi. recommend them to all my female fiends in affliction
yon t
Bat ee ff Umi pre-emlaenily Mid of d. Towniend'i March 31. l4) 13 MILLER & I that in the event that they are not bent-fitted .and I do think (rt.na the experieice I have hai,
tb. BROKAW'Sa.
irtacip.t Thai T unr m.b liquid Ii ,ot to lie UfarW a fair trial, there will be no charge for boara. Notice. they are worthy of all that i is chime for them.

COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR-S State of Florida.-Middle Circuit. Livery) & Sale Stable The seekers of pleasure will here fir.d a delightful MOLCY 0\ERSTREET.

Iperaaie""' of one CRAM(, ) F\CI.that the vie I INCAPABLE Sarah M. Whiting, ) In Chancery in the Circuit j tc' place to while away their time. SIX months afterdate I shall present my accounts I do hereby certify that 1 the above erlifcata i is literally

NEVER I I w. > Court for Wakulla Count TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. The Hotel having been renovated, and the rooms vouchers and apply to the Hon. Judge of true from mv own knowledge.GEO. .

while the other, DOE ; SPI; led i Francis B. Whiirg.! ) Bill filed. j (( T lIE subscribers have moved up to their fireproofbrick made comfortable. and supplied with new furniture, Probate for Gaihden County for a final settlementand E. 0ERSTREET.Madfcon .

HUC c ,iiWiBlBrUiau>rneiurau'PI. the." "., llqnid UeriW eiplo d. the Stable, and take this opportunity to inform we hope to give general sati-facfion. discharge Iroro the administration of the estate Couatv, Fla.,n ar Fort iamilton,April
IDR. .1 d.roacmc other (
pouid I I. {Miitoauuf 4 to the ')slew t-W 41' pit, scat iU
T'trm Mid 1 ar.c. not itwi all knu." thai fttdVb" 't fJyfi| but Teiar,one of the of United Statesand out have heretofore received, I they solicit a continuance I t the South. t and set apart to Margaret Black, dec., as widowof

ache "b.t niiv birf. U pmdurn 1 when""Iuenu.ru toon heartburn.In our paI ttnm-lplUtmnof ,I of this State 6f that ordinary'procett* cannot be nerved of the same, and pledse them'eheii to spare no The stable willbe provided with the best proven. said Archibald Black, dec., late of said ( ounty.E. About ten years ago,and shortly aliT confinement,
the btaizt. lve : di&rrboea. upon him : It it therefore decreed and ordered, S. SH EP.RD.dmr.. I took cold which brought on irregjlarity and obstruction
and of c11all& d'onlf. COIM-. the accommodation ot those who may painll// der that the country fiords, and with attentive
C.I'IIOI i. acid That a hearing cf the facts charged in said bill be 7th of the monthly evaccatios
bunM)r in the body n'bal prnduce. all the bun,..,.. them.t Their Stables are situated on ( s tiers.Pasen5er. April 14 accompanied
bring oa Ertiptunu of the Ckin, Hcald Head Rheum which had on the first Monday in September next at NewPort Square in the most convenient part of the town, and ? from Tallahassee Jacksont iUe will ---- with Lenccerhcea, ortWhites ; froir that time, my

lemal i ipiqq l and, Ul.itf eivrnal g"riln! '. t'rnr Surei. and S.1 ulcr ln.E. in the couniy of Wakula. at which time said for comfort and convenience, they cannot be surpassed meet with nC' inconvenience in getting from Alligator Notice.ALL health gradually declined, until I vas brought to a

"birb It Ii nothing under he.ea. but an acid defendant may appear or answer to and bv Stables in the Southern to the Spring, as arrangements will be made very lows rate of health, so that I vas scarcely able
any countiy. to
"al"rf' s'urs. and Ibu inoili all the floldi tat f persons having demands again! the estate of ,
defend against said bill .ind it ordered
brsd. more Ut le.. U'>.a| ctje. kheumaliini but a anur th i.fu.tur November 1 IS, 1545. 13 bring them without any delay. Bozeroan late of Hamilton to get about. I took medicines frca several Pby ii i-
acid lulS. $ which IUlnU.t. $i'aetwtween thejoiLU and else- That a copy of this order be some one Board will be moderate. county, de-j i clans, and found but little relief, o til I began to assume *
'b"e t"tnc and Inflaminf Ike dehut .ue. Upon which of the newspapers printed in this Circuit once a ceased will present them to me without delaydu-j a pale, sickly an! the least
'I act 1 of LEWIS & AMES SAM. BUFFINGTON, Jr. appearance exertion -
Iv authenticated within the time !
*eranred .. Irr.vu. dll.. itnpuntr of the blood of week, for at leatt three months. prescribed by law, caused neck veins to thro and
| I had
my ,
fi'cuIII'C' nod nearlv all the which affliel CIIARLF.s E. RYAN. or they will be barred. a
taiiian lallr.fow &lulll THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. DEALERS IX April'7.IS.ti. t4.Jwlam3mMEDlC.I4 j| shortness of breath, until s ometim last December
JOn:; G. SMITH !
1..tbiaSOL. il aol nurrlbbe 1 1,1 and .II and iaJ.iU ee' Newport May 12, J849. DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS June, 19.t!. Sw-23 Sheriff ex officio Adra'r., ;I I obtained from Dr. Tarvin some of his Ladies' Relief -
A true copy : CEO. L. BRYANT,Clerk. Ii! Pills,and I do hereby tht I have
\G, FERMKNTI.VG: ACID O COMPOUND* Toilet Articles, Perfumery( &r", Window GlassPAINTERS' NOTICE. i certify found
OF S. P. June2.149. 22 more relief from them than any meccine I have ever
TOWNSKND, BRUSHES AND COLOItS.Apolhtarlcs' Court of Probate--Leon County.In I

Tq..ld."Dd >rlh .would G'aei.t("in($bur.', I and.nlo that'. an Old IMITATIONHeatrn H,. Jacob State of Florida.--Monroe County.Smith Glass \Vnie, Ac.TTMIEabote Dr. Charles T. Darby (the matter of the estate > AT CHAMBERS i females taken in,and similar would therefore recconend them to

raf he IDre"forbid preparation : !"a4.r.a'.ra. Mowry, > -L constantly on band,and for sale at the T) ESPF.CTFULLYannouncesto the public insrenLX of Lester Crook deceased. j 5 April 1 11,1349. I situationsSIRLETK HODGES.I .

lar the annul th.t..oireMmblance w e ihould deal to .In. I r. article.fchleh'. mriicttt wonU ",. [ BILL IN CHANCERY. lowest market prices. LEWIS & AMES. eral that he has permanently located him
1.4.. which ibnuld brlnj d->"'B Up.m the Old Dr.inch moon Win Joseph Law ton. ) Tallahassee, November 20, IM7. IS Monticello, Florida and will be found at all limes, praying that Luke Moore, administrator said by my wife Sirleter.is just and truelhis I4th Dec.
ld elnJ'WoIi"rch.bo arid Ulildloa.used .frm-eei"ho have told. IT appearing me b.affidavit that Joseph Lawton, unless professionally engage.. Strict attention will estate may be required to give new security in lieu ISIS A. HDGESJ. P.

COI PojWe b. I. fIUU1'ING defendant in the Ili filed in the alioie cause, resides Confectionery and Bakery. be paid to all professional calls. of petitioner or in default thereof that said Moore be Lowndes County, 660th Dist., G.JI.

wl" U ",4..1. beraute I It the litlvtt 1. that out of' the of Florida, and in Europe: May 5,1S4'J. IS removed from said administration, it appearing to
I. r. .. .
uptrjlba -. aid Old D.Jacob TownteBd'i Bar- It it Ordrrr. That said defendant appear and answer HENRY KINDON would inform his friends and the satisfaction of this Court that said Luke Moore,
Ua.T ire ,h1gii-1d.' apart, ..< Mr rfi"m*.r; that bill ithin the time prescribed by law, t generally that he has on hand, and SiMON TOWLE. )IAIUA O D. FAPT. administratoraforesaid of the estate of Lester Crook A CARD.DR.

il .,taU i eciry particular, luiC not oDe tiejle lbic| otherwise it shall be taken pro contemn. It in further i is constantly manufacturing CANDIES! of all kinds TOWLE &. PAPY, resides beyond the limits of the Stale of Florida, or .
%V. J.
eberplaL I. P Townsend l II doetor< and never *'U. I. DO Ordered, That a copy of this order be published such as: in the Eastern Ciicuit of Florida, or conceals himself I located ir the present
:DI pbaICtat.I-lnow. BO more of medicine or dU- in PEPPERMINT LEMON DROPS, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Summer and Fall at the Minera Springs on the
*.than some newspaper printed in the State of Florida so that notice of said petition cannot be served
what/"* e.r em"rD Ue p.llc UateDtlc Inpueul.111 they Ve ..a. once a month lot nine months. CINNAMON LEMON CANDY HAVING formed an association for the Practice upon him : // u therefore Ordered, That the said I., Withlacoochee River, eight miles Now TroupvilJe,

cnUI.e c.eotifle n.dldne. conuiininj U.1 the virtuet receivIng of the JOS. B. LANCASTER, WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY, will attend the several Courts of the Luke Moore administrator as aforesaid do appear I Lowndes County, Ga., where he all practice on
"bcb nlcl., al! "vendsr 1 >r <*rlll bleb are incapable of thttrtt Key West.March 2S.A. D. 1649. JudgeSo.Cir. HOARHOUNI) ; Middle Circuit of Florida and in the District Courtof and answersaid petition within four months trom the Chronic diseases principally. He bs just received

bee bib.Jirbt thrni 0.AGENT$ of 11.IIO.t.or THOS. F. KING Sol.! for Compo And various others, among them several that are the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entrusted date of I the firsrpublicationofthis order, or the said a choice select ion of medicines,direcfrom Savannah.

But Wl"l clue should t eptrm one whii knows Ioth A true copy from the minutes : useful for colds coughsand i is prepared to manu. to their care will receive prompt attention. petitition may be taken for confessed, and the prayer Persons afflicted with Eruptive diseases, scald

Iij of.Cpr'llv.l|,'of to .. .! It require a person W. C. MALONEY, Clerk. facture any and all kinds that may be ordered both ft-;: Office in the Capitol. thereof granted : Provided, That a copy of this order headwhite swelling, old ulcers, see legs, &.C., female -
!! said sar" "P even a ""'ln.n decent wholesale and retail. February 17, 124t!. 7 diseases, dropsy, and other ol chronic affections -
.t low much mice lnspoi-tsr.j U that the pesoa. bo April 14. 15 By R. L. HICKS, D. C. be published once a week for four months, in i
"eln.De ro 1 11& lie is also prepared to carry on Baking in all its some newspaper published in the City of Tallahassee. that should think proper to pee themselves

C "how IOIUCUI AlI!JEFBLJ1 aTSTJMI, State of Florida.--Middle Circuit. branches from the plain IoafofBieadtolhe I most W GAITHER BURGESS & CO JAMES E. EROOME, under his care, will be apt to be wd satisfied with
.b.nld well 'h. dlel plaiti. the best exquisite Caiet and Pies. Patties and the publiccan ,, his treatment. This mineral watenas made many
esa.nr 01 proprtlrl April 14, lS.t9. 15 Judge of Probates.
and Daniel
f4so.CiIRIig 1tIIIIC" cun.nL.&IC heallnf rirtuet. LaddComp., always accommodated by giving timely notice Receiving Forwarding & CommissionHANTS. cures of Dyspepsia,Gravel, >mic.and he
,b lpa iy.Wmand taw 1 tt. If't.retediea dlu.e.itse.e'bltb aflecl ",. In Chancery in the Cir- at the Bakery and Confectionary on JeflVi>on street, Notice. hopes by his assistance, that they till cure many

V.Ouidcd' rr..i Kand.saaos a"to.C.UDloun". &C r".r rleu...loc! Augustus Steele &Eliza- >cuit Count for Wakulla oprClsitt'i the Auction Room of It. I! Berry, Esq., lr J lli more. Dr. Tarvin will cure n<"groi afflicted with

"etore health blultr.and bl.l..odl.a"and '.ID.the deipairing' b."nl. beth, hit wife ElizaCoutaly, on Bill filed. Tallahassee, Dec. 16, 18.tS. 22 -ALSO- LUKE MOORE Administrator of Lester Crook chronic diseases, by cor trct for annterest in them.
.r .nlt the crushed and brakel. ,- beth Cottingham, is neither of
and 11 b..I.b '"lrmllr tbl OLD hll.J Derl.T out the State of Florida This location is remarkably health

h"l:i : ICGH1' and nmlD lb. O'pIUIII,. )CU 1.'O\\'NtENU c hr, [ appearin.to of the Court that Spring and Summer Clothing. bealers in Western Produce, nor concealed, but any correspondence wished with May 5,1S49.Nature's C
t dtfndantseeide in this Slate, but not in the 62 him will meet with immediate attention by directing
Grand Uu Ire run I Concentrated Circuit in which the bill is filed It it & STILI'MAN are now receiving a Poydras Street New Orleans.
: therefore de.creedanclordered CLAHK Feb. 3, 18 19. 5 Cm to him at Jacksonville, Fla., where he is at present
Remedy but select assortment of SPRING AND own Remedy for Dawi Complaints.HHHEFlllX .
whnli That unless the said defendants I engaged in adjusting the accounts of the estate
the reach,tad to .b knowledge. of alt "'bll need it, do SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a few arti.
< liey NJJJT lean and ho, J.rrfut "pri'ne.''L tXtt Ihefint appear here and in answer Ihe complinant"* bill on dell, such asDrillH GEO. W. II U rl' C II INS of Lester Crook, deceased, for a final settlement of I Root is a specificemedy for Bloo-
Jraiitcendeiir \ Heal. August will be the.same. LUKE MOORE. JL dy Flux, Diarrhaa. Dyseotery&c. It is the
taken\ to confessed, the matters theieof' decreed accordingly Drap d'Ete, June 30,1S49.) 26 simplest the
Sold wholesale and retail by I : CabhmerettesMarseilles &c. AUCTIONEER yet most certain and ife remedy ever
: Provided, That a copy of this order bepublihedin I discovered few hours will be nftientto cure the
THOMPSON' SKILLMAN & CO., some one of the newspaper printed inthis Suitable manufactureand to be disposed of for T 1 LI-1 II.1 S S B E, /'- 10 BARRELS PRIME PORK, most violent case. It was first distfvered and used

102 Nassau street, New York. Cucultonce a week for two t month.successively. CASH, and CASH ONLY at moderate profits ; and REFER TO 5 casks bacon Shoulders by the Chuochee Indians for Boweljcmplaints with
THOMAS BALTZELL would cordially invite their old 'friends and custom- 5.. bbl. Si. Louis and Western Flour
Andbj LEWIS & AMES, Judge. Mt'lSfr. H. BOND, J.V.. ARGYLE, D. C. WIL,OIV, eminent success, and by them the{sect this very
Newport, May 12, 1849.A eta to call and purchase. 5 Sacks Rio Coffee valuable
F. II. FLAGG.T.J. Horso.s and J. T. root was made known to te whites. This
Agents, Tallahassee. tiue copy : GEO. L. BRYANT, Clerk. Tallahassee, March J7, IS49. 11 Liquors ot all kinds. Just received and for sale bv plant flourishes in the Georgia
March valleys of Testern
April 21, 1949. 16-J, June ', 1849. 22 10,1S49. fiFO- __ _. H.n._ _RFSTWlPJf_ __ ______ and North Carolina. It is neatly Utnp, ready for

. -- Middle Circuit---Leon County. Land For Sale* Thomas Jeff. Heir, Tallahassee, June 12, 1S49. use, ia ounce papers,sufficient lode several cases
A RJ111E ClI.-iJCCE! at 50 cents
per paper.
Blacksmihlng.GOOD. Sila. F. Burney ) In Attachment. f Bill E land known as the "Overstreet Tract," 9 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Just Received, For sale by W. Brinson &, Brothei Madison C. H-,.

< e kiodi done at the Shop Blackfiuithing of. ti. > Sum sworn to $SO 49.10. JL miles north Tallahassee, near the Thomas- I WILL practice in the Cite lit Court in each SCHR. TALLAHASSEE, a large and fresh Fla. ; E Siexas, Thomasv ille, >MtPulestoi',Mon-
my oc.CUpIed hue Hutto. Bond in
Sable } $100 00. of the Middle Circ jit and in the Supreme PER ticello
ville Fla.
last year by Brokaw. road adjoining Gov. Branch's plantation, containing sugar-cured hams, plain Hams Rice and by E. Barnard,JrjDruggistTalla
January2O,1519.)2le& w\ A. FISH ER. n'HE defendant and all others interested are here- 7 or 600 acres. Will be sold low, and on Court and United Stiles District Court aTallphssee. Flour Bacon Sides Lard ice. All of which will be hassee, Fla.

-. Jby notified of the institution of the above suit I satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For sold at the very lowest rates for cash only. Nay 5, 1549. IS-3m

.4 8. S. Knight and required to appear and plead to the declaration I, fuither particulars applv to E Barnard Tallahassee, ; Monticello January 29. 1849. 23 GEO. H. BESTWICK,
filed therein, within the time prescribed by law. or DANIEL LADD New Port.
'I ,
1 Corner of Monroe and Jefferson
L.J WILL continue busmen at hiv old stand, where. WALKER GWYNN Jan. 13,1S49. 2 tf i ICE! ICE streets. S. S. KNIGHT.
& .
May I 12, IS4! 19
hopes to wai ou such of his friends as have I May 2), 1849. 21 for Wholesale! & Dealer,
heretofore 1 liberal a patronage promiiing Atty's 'I'l. Salt. A REGULAR supply of this desirable article will Retail Grocer & Pavilion

that all shall have good articles at air prices. Florida Middle Circuit. Liverpool J\. be kept at the Rail Road Depot in the course Great Bargains--Real Estate.I TALLAHASSEE, FLOSDA.T7"EEPS .
April 28,1640. RECEIVED per Schooner Lucy Blake,COO Sacks of next week. Those wishing t the article will
1 IN fiADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. Salt. .'orealeby ,, please procure their Tickets at the Drug Store of F. WILL sell my plantation, 640 acres one mile constantly on handaoffers for sat st *

Pure Sulphate of Quinine. Archibald. McPha'tfer, Guar) JOHN DENHAM. BARNARD, JR. Ice will be delivered at the RailRoad North ot Tallahassee finely watered more than -I\- small advance on cost, for ojhaU the standard

dun of Thomas Wilks, Newport Glut. March 1649.Pickled Depot until 7 o'clock and in no cane if HI it lie one half standing in timber, rich hamm<'ck,at $6.00 articles in his line. Flours d approved qua -

THE subscribers; have on hand two hundred and r.. ATACHMENT : delivered without Ticket!-oersons wishing the per acre. Also my house and lots in Tallahassee ities-Sugars, Cotlees. TeasBaon, Hams, F rn.

ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which I they John Jobnson. J elo. Mullet. will please take notice of thii. Tbe price delivered article for $1,500. Terms-One third Cashtbe balance Soap, Candles, Lard, and all sioilar art'cl<*Ttl0"
bare obtained direct from the manufacturers and two equal annual installments ( gether with Fruits Irish OnionS, .
cefendant and all others interested at the Depot is 3 cents lb. Tickets for torn lit January, Potatws.
they will warrant it to be a superior article.v rUE wi MULLET, artiCIe1fh01found
50 1&50. JOHN P. DuVAL. Raisins Figs, Almonds,and all otter
of the commencement of this 5 Ibs. will be issued.A .
al.tachmtnt the first catch, and in fine order.
\ bar stock of
enlarged our Drugs and Bel Air 5 in similar
Medi. May 1849. 19 establishments. -
and and to (he small: supply of Ice will be at E. Barnard'
cines by recent artivals, and are prepared to appear pled fi For sale low by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Store door Monroe *
execute above G. H. M.inniOD
I led in this > where
I case R. E. GIBSON Newport November 2.'I, 1848. 19 a Ticket for 5 Ibs. will procure 4 Ibs. Ice.
ii order. for articles in our line, at wholesale street.
the or retail, May 19, 1649 20 Atly.oFlff.DR.J.S.BOND Those wanting Ice in large quantity, for parties Tin Manufactory.
oo moot t terms.
accommodating 25
April 1919. 17 ly
&c., will please send their orders to Mr. Nash
We bate also few due Iron &c. at engaged additional workmen we are .
a account* yet to us (or the HAVING ,
the Depot,two three before it will be -
or days -
147. in cal. to fill all orders in our line in t
yea but if the whole They are generally small amounts A FULL assortment' of Iron,2 to 7 inches wide, led for.10 1 that i it I may be at hand if possible. prompt and satisfactory manner. All orders from Tobaccos.
could be
it his
paid would
.horly. go OFFERS professional services to the citizens 40 krgs Nails assorted 517.18. The it at
far towards certain pjintipal Depot Newport, where it can the country will receive immediate attention. A re
liquidating sums we owe. and surrounding Just received and for sale by be obtnined FULL supply manufactured TcbaCe08Jht
whih country. in any quantity, by applying to Mr. liberal discount given to merchants and dealers. A
&AMES. Office it Col. Fisher's H tel. McNAUGHT t ORMOND. DANIEL LAnD, ceived and formal byMcNATTGHT ,

t Aptil 29, ISe. 4 May 29, Iln. 45 t Newport, March 10, 16t9. 10 Tallahassee, June 2, 1849. 22 June 9, 1849. 23 T. WHITE & CO. Newport, March 10, 1819 &10l ORM"

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