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: August 4, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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MR. CALHOUN'S LETTER. which the State is to be admitted, shall have the whole! of lhat territory, the which I of {
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object authority Island, was an ac in violationof those opposed to you in ..11. discussion on the property territories, or wherever elsa ,
been ratified. was to commence systematically, the work oF the laws of nations, and highly unjust to our Oregon territorial bill), during the session its authority extends, beyond that of the state .

}\ore lf f rendition senger. "That they may be more readily, and with colonization and settlement on our part. I own citizens to whom they belong." preceding the last : and which were then fully separately! ? or to make it still more so,can it

To the People of the Southern States.CONCLUDED. INs difficulty and expense carried into effect, took my seat in the Senate two or three weeks Such was the condition in which the admin. I met and refuted by me and others, whu took I establish! slavery in the territories 1 can it enact
is plain from the fact that the details are few. after the commencement of the session, and i istration side of the law mulatto li
[ ] of Mr. Van Buren these your question. What I now pro. I a providing that any negro or
His next charge is that supported the abo. i er and less complex.) It is obvious that the found the bill on its passage, without opposition, otis cases. They never lef brought to the pose is a very. summary and brief notice of found in the territories'!! of United Slates shall t.

lltion of slavery in a State. Among his other numerous and complicated provis on contain- and apparently without division of opinion.I .- : notice of (he public, and Ihe principle first these several assertions. be a slave and be liable to be seized, and trea. r

traits, Col. Benton is distinguised for char. 'I cd in the amendment of the Senate, must involve I \ the danger to the peace of the two : contended for was surrendered and that main. I begin wilh that which asserts that Congress ted as such by whovevcr may choose to do 1 1
much time and difficulty in their execution countries, and that the time had come to takea tamed Great Britain has the to do it pleases to Col. Benlon'a doctrine that Congress f b
gingon others, what he knows he Is guilty of I by in the case of the power a upon according
himself. Most\ men from prudence and a ; while, a to the expense, the appropriation stand to save it. I determined to do my Enterprise! acquiesced in ; and, of course, all the subject of slavery in the territories. I may legislate as it pleases, upon the r.t

sense propriety)", cautiously abstain from assailing ( of SI00,000 provided for by it, is a clear duty, regardless of consequences to myself. 'I claims of compensation on the part of the deny the assertion.: and maintain that Congresshas subject of slavery in the territories, it i *
additional cost, over and above that attendanton arose, and opposed it and thereby exposed myself such there else would have
others for what they know they may owners rendered hopeless. The following no power over slavery or the power but I doubt whether
in turn themselves be justly assailed. Not EO the execution of the resolution of the to the opposition of the entire west, whichwas administration' had nothing to stand on, but my where, or over any other subject. I deny there is another individual who would agree i. -
House. strongly in its favor. My name then, resolutions and the that Congress has absolute what. with him. But lift has the to
with him. lie is one ol the few who are vote of the Senate in their any power not power es. ?
evermore fierce in their assaults when they But the decisive objection to (he amend. as well as when the hburton treaty was favor. If then "the ijl-fated owners" were ever; or that it has any of any description except tablish slavery in the territories how can it > -
ment of the Senate is, that it would endangerthe pending in the Senate, .vas before the people sacrificed such have the : il The iA
that abo'isb ? the
know they can be assailed for the same thing. was not by me. Their case wan a are specifically delegated, or power to one
*fhey seem to delight in dragging down others ultimate success of the measure. I pro. for the highest honor in their gift-placed rendered hopeless by the preceding adminis. are necessary and proper "to carry them into counterpart of the other,and where is the pro. i i !

to their own level, and to have a concealedjoy poses to fix by negotiation between governments there, not by n Jselr but by my friends. DidI (ration, with which! Mr. Benton was intimate. execution. I maintain, that all its powers vision of the constitution to .be found whichauthorizes .

in thinking others partake of their own of the United States and Texas, the then permit motive of aiming at the ly associated, and in which he acquiesced ; for are delegated and trust powers and not positive the one and forbids the other 1 : t

deformity. It is a trait *o detestable that terms and conditions on which the State shall Presidency, to which he attributes )courseon he never raised his voice in their favor in the and absolute, and that all of(the latter The same question may be propounded a "

those who are distinguished for it are usually be admitted into our Union, and the cession of the treaty, to sway me frol1the path of! long perio(often years, during all which lime description, belong exclusively to the peopleof to public and private vessels belonging Id ,

likened to a notorious reproving the remaining territory to the United States. duty 1My his ,' might have been potential. I turn the several States in their sovereign char the United States nnd their citizens on u
personage Now, by whatever name the agents conducting stand prevented the bill from becoming now to acter. also hold that is but their the the which .,
cin. Col. Denton has strikingly displayed this explain what was done in reference to Congress high seas ; rr principle, ap. \
the negotiation may be known-whether a law, and that constituted the second link, in this and trustee and that in the them '
trait character in the present charge. He subject by the negotiation which ended in representative carrying plies to territories, equally applies to ,
Veil knows how utterly false he was to you they bo called commissioners, ministers, o the series of causes, by which we were ena the Ashburton trealy, and how much the into execution its powers it cannot rightfully and to all places, to which the authori'.yof: iho ,
by any other title-the compact agreed on by bled to avert war between the two countries.Col. South which he exercise anyjinconsistent with the nature general extends the
throughout on the Texas question. He took, accuses me as having abandoned government beyond state
ai has been stated, an active part to defeat them in behal of their respective governments, Benton then went for the bill, and was I has gained by it. For that purpose I and object oftbo trust, or with the characterof regarded separately.
would b a treaty, whether so called or desig. believe for the whole of Oregon. Had the insert the who created the trust and for "
he treaty of annexation, negotiated by me on an extract from my speech on the party It is, indeed, a great misconception of the
nated by some other name. The very meaning treaty been rejected at the preceding session treaty. whose benefit it was created. I finally hold '
the part ofthe United States. He knows thatit character and object of thc general govern
of a treaty is a between independent Ihe stand I look and the resistance I made to that instead of the absolute
compact Such the having
contained no provisions that countenancedthe was state of the fic.ts, when the power o. ment In suppose that it has the power either in
states founded on negotiation, and if a the Li, would have been all in vain. would ver the territories of doing as jt pleases, that
abolition of?la very in any portion ofTexas. I negotiations commenced in reference to these establish or abolish slavery, or any other I
treaty (as it clearly would be) it must be sub ,' passed, and the try precipitated into cases and it Congress is restrained these limitations -,
cot remains
I wai:strongly urged during the negotiation to ; now to ha shown in Ilyal properly, where its authority extends beyondthe
mitted to the Senate for its approval, and run war ; but as it was, time was gained, which what state it has left them. and that its from
powerto i
insert a provision to extend the Missouri coin In the first place, you limits of the States regarded individually
promise line across Texas to its western boun. the hazard receiving the votes oftwo.thirdsof was all important. The agitation, however, the broad principles of the law of nations, on emigrating with your slaves into them, can. Its authority is but tho united and joint authorily 3

dary, and was informed that it would aid in the members present ; which could hardly was kept up about Oregon, and similar bills which I placed our right in my resolution not be maintained without denying that our of the several Slates, conferred upon it bya ,I
be expected ; if we are to judge from recent were introduced the two succeeding sessions hate been is a government of specific that it is
securing a constitutional majority in the Sen. clearly stated and conclusively vin. powers ; constitution, adopted on mutual agreement,
ate, in its favor. I peremptorily refused. lie experience. This, of itself is considered by which failed by small majorities. In themeanlime dicated in (he very able letter of the Secy of a Government of which States and not individuals but by the separate act of each state, in like ; ,

knows that he offered a proposition! to abolishit the President a a reason for pro. negotiation was commenced and State, which has strengthened our cause not a are)the constituents, and that Congressholds manner in every respect, a* each adopted its :
posing the resolution of the House, instead of the claim to the whole of made. The
in one.half of the whole of Tens, and that Oregon little, as w.1 from its intrinsic merit, as the powers a delegated and trust pow own separate; constitution with the single exception ,
the amendment of the Senate, the basis of cry was "all or none," and so was the ers. Nor it be maintained without
: strong can ,
by a line, not drawn east and west, }but north a quarter which it comes. In the next assuming that one was adopted without, and
and south, so as to hem in the South on all annexation. current in its favor, that lioth patties yieldedto place, we have an explicit recognition of the that ours is consolidated Go'er the other on mutual agre ment of all the ; t

sides, by surrounding her with abolition States. The above extract will place you in posses. i in the early part of the session. I had principles for which we contend, in the answer ment, and holds its powers absolutely in'its Slates. It is then, in fact, the constitution of '

He also knows that his friend and supporter sion of the leading reasons for making the se resigned my seat in the Senate, but was reelected of Lord A&hhurton, who expressly savs that, own sovereign right ol doing as it pleases. each State, as much so as its own separate ;. I

on the occasion, Mr. Haywood, of North Carolina lection. Events prove that the selection was a short time before the session commenced "On t the great general) principles, affecting this I also deny the truth of his next assertion, const itut lou, and is only the constitution of all I i

went still farther, and offered resolutions judicious. Texas was annexed against every and took m)seat several weeks af case," (the Creole) they do not differ ; and that it has exercised the power over the territories the States, because it is that of each. As tho t
effort of enemies and treacherous friends, terward. I saw felt the strength of the that is followed as pleased without being questioned
to extend the ordinance of 1767, not only overall open by au engagement that instructions i constitution made the general government,
both here and there, and the most strenuous current, but resolved to breast it, and save the until 1 introduced resolutions. I maintainon I
Texas, but even all the territories lying shallH given to the Governor's of my that too i ij, in like manner, a much tho gov.
west of Arkansas and Missouri, and south of efforts to defeat it by England and Kranee, peace of tie couuliy if possible. It was ar her Majesty's Culolies. on the Southern borders the contrary that such power never was ernment of each state as its own separate

30. 30., with, however, a proviso exceptingthe 'and by it your weak and most exposed flank rested and a counter current created. Cot of the United Slates, to execute their own exercised by Congress, until he and his associates o\ermnt. and only the government of all,

portion ofT(' 'u south of a line J.....%.u *vas protected fiom danger from without and Benton himself yielded to a counter curr laws with careful attention to the wishes of passed the Oregon territorial bill.- because it i is Ihp government of la b. So .

east and west in u4m nee of parallel of lati (the machinatol. of abolitionist and their a. and delivered a speech alter the battle was their government to m ,intain good neighborhood That was the first bill containing the WilrnotProviso' likewise are its laws, and for the same rea '

tude. The presumption is strong that in offer. betors at It was a great victory, both won in which he belabored those who stuck ; and that there shall be no officious interference that ever passed, as has been stated: son. Its authority, then is but tho united 'j

ing his resolutions, he acted with his friend f for your cause and the country, and was felt to "all or none" after he found they were ina with American vessels driven by passed solely! to assert the absolute right of and common authority of tho several states,

Colonel Benton, to whoso course he adheredon to be so at the time. That it was due to the minority. It was this chain of causes, of accident violence into their ports. The doing as it pleases. .\1 others including the delegated by each to be exercised for the rau- I

the Texas question. But, bo that as itmay selection) made, 1 have the highest authority. which the Ashburton treaty was the trst: andindispensable laws and duties of hospitality shall be ex. ordinances of 1787 were pissed as compromises tual benefit of each and all, and t for the greater -

: certain, it is, he sat mute. He raisedno Mr. Donaldson, in his letter to me, after an. like which averted war, and by I ecuted." This pledge was accepted our which waived the question of power, a has security o' the rights and interest of each j

voice of indignation, against a measure vexation was achieved, said that any other it saved the two countries from one of the Executive, accompanied by the express declaration been frequently shown. Nor is his assertionmore and all. I was for that purpose, the States ,

which proposed to exclude slavery forever course, but that pursued, would have defeatedit. greatest calamities which could have befallen of the President through the Secretaryof correct, that the power never W,8 qrJes. united in a Federal Union, and adopted a I
them, and, I might add, the civilized world.I tioned, until the introduction ofrny resolution
from that very region which he charges me State that he places his reliance on those common constitution and goernment.Yith ,
with having given away to the Indians, and But Col. Benton now objects, that the House I Ilhal ever remember wilh proud satisfaction, principles! of public law which had been It was questioned: from the starfbeginning" \ith the same view, they conferred upon the gov. 1 i

losing it to the South. As bad as the policyof resolution contained a provision to extend the took a prominent lead and a highly responsible I stated in the note of the Secretary of State." the ordinance of 1737. Mr. Madison pronounced ernmenl whatever power it has "of regulating f iU l

Mr. Adams and Gen. Jackson maybe, in Missouri compromise line to the w'ster part on the side of peace throughout Here we have a positive acknowledgment that it was adopted without a shadow and protecting, what appertained to their ex. ,

reference to that region, they did not excludenKvery. boundary of Texas!, and asserts, that this extension the whole.I of the principle, which the administration of of right. Since then it has been acquiesced terror relations among thEmseles with the

The Indians, who occupy it, are I abolished 51"ef'in the State ; mean. also admit, that the treaty contained no Mr. Van Buren had abandoned and a pledge in not as a right, but as a compromiseuntil rest of the world : agreed 'f tIt'

slaveholders and uaxingan interest in com ., ing, as I suppose, i prevented ihe intro. stipulation in favor of the owners of the vessels I that necessary measures would he taken! to the North rcfuseed, all compromise and wilh the others, to unite their joint authority '!! !
with he I j idiiction of slaves! in portion nnith of the nor to similar in future forced the South to stand on its rights, whereit and the and '
mon you, may\ regarded as faithful any prevent outrages I II prevent similar occurrences and the power to protect safety rights, 1;
allies on that vital question. The resolutionsof I line, when at the time there were no future. I was an objection, and I ado'ttcd laws and duties of hospitality be executh d.- should have stood from the first. and promote the interest of each by their unit t

his friend Mr. Iluywood were designed to ments or fel ives. It was not, it seems, betIe.1 I it to be fco in I speech in favor: of it, not a | Now when I add, thai all thin, thus f far, has The next assertion, that slavery: is local in led power. d<

deprive you of this advantage ; and yet Col. solution of those who'oted for it and passed MiflJcieiU; one )induce its rejection. But, )been; fail lifu I)' executed, I may assert with is: character ; that it must be enacted by law Such is clearly the character and object of 1M

Benton now raises his voice in lound denun. it, nor Iirmelf whose vote could have defeated although the treaty contained no stipulation to truth, that you giiu much, far more than I and cannot be carried an inch beyond the the general go\ernment, and of the authority ,

ciation against me upon the false charge of it, slavery, as he calls it, but guard against like outrages thereafter, much, : had hoped, considering the state, in which limits of the state that en 'cted it, h e- and power conferred on il. Its power and au

giving away the territory) to the Indians, while I, who made the selection of the House resolution nevertheless, was done in the negotiation to the subject had }been left by the preceding qually unmaintainable. It is clear that* in thority having for its object the more perfect t

he approved, at least by his silence, of excluding in preference his amendment. The prevent them and to place the south on much administrations.: So much for the charge, making i, he intended to affirm, that in very protection and promotion of the safety and { i

you entirely from the territory, and one slightest agency it seems on my' part, in reference more elevated ground in reference to the sul,. I that I hid abandoned you on the occasion, respects, property in slaves"stands on these rights of each and all, it is bound to protect by i I

half ofTexas to boot( and to extend the prin. I to any measure, makes me solely respotuible ject, than where it !too when the uepotia-I j and the assertion of CuI Benton that he had different ground from e"er.other. descriptionof their united power and safety, thr rights!, the ,. 1,

ciple of the ordinance of'87 over the whole, for the whole. It would be Netter tion commenced. understand how much I stood by .the ill owners." property. property, and the interests of the citizens of all I''

including! Texas and the territories. So at once for him to take (he ground, that I onlyam was: done toward this, a brief statement of! I have now repelled allhf charges! intended I deny the fact and maintain that there wherever its authority extends. That was

much! for his own position, in reference to the responsible for all ,the misdeeds of the gov. facts, connected with the case of those reports to shake your confd nce in my fidelity to is no distinction between i and other properly the object for confprrint whatever power and ,

subject of the charge.It I eminent since I came into public life, whether is necessary. you, in reference rot vital of all subjects in that respect. I no more requires to be authority it fails to fulfil that, it ", i

of commission or omission. But what could] They were coasting ,vessels haying slaveson to the South. 1 have shown that they enacted by law orto express it more specifically fails to perform the duty for which it was cre- i '

noremaim to show that it is, like all I do ? The President had to act, and to select hoard, and were all either stranded in I all rest either 0:: statements that are utterly to have a positive enactment for its originthan ated. It is enough for it to know, that it is. 4I I
his other destitute foundation. He
charge, I one or the other resolutions-bib or the ( OUSf. their voyage from the Atlantic ports to those false, or conclusions that are entirely errone- property in land or any tng else. Therelation the right, interest, or property of a citizen of i

rests his charge that I abolished slavery in ]! The selection was lef to him. If that of the on the Gulf on the British possessions, Bermuda otis or inconclusive. I have also shown, that bfmasterand slave was one of the first and most one ofthe States, to nrtke it its duty to protect

Texas, on the fact that I was then Secretaryof House was tainted by the Missouri compromise : and the Bahama Islands, or forced to put Colonel Benton has involved himself at every i universal forms in which property existed.It .- whenever r it comes within the spere of its '
Stale and that I selected the resolution
it the (House of as with abolitionism:: a he states, his reso. into their ports by stress of weather to save step, in falp statements, contradictions, inconsistency is so ancient, that there is no record of its authority ; whether in the territories, or on ,),

passed: Representatives, instead lotion: was much more deeply infected. I themselves from ship.w reck, or wero carried | and absurdities. I will not say, that origin. It is probably more ancient than sep- the high seas, or anywhere else. Its power a :

of the the amendment originally proposed by himas I have his own words for the assertion. He in by the rising of the slaves and taking the I! he made his charges knowing them to be arate and distinct property in lands, and quite and authority were conferred on it, not to establish '
on which to nnn';xTexas. Thus declared, that his amendment, as adopted by vessel into port. Their fate was the same.- [ false ; for that would brand him as a hasecalmuniator I as easily defended on abstract principles. So far property, or to abolish property, or
Mated far, be the facts parted from I his I shun usual rule, and. the Senate was the same wilh the string of resolutions The slaves were liberated, under circumstances and slanderor. But I will say I from beingcreated bypositive enactment I know rights of any description, but to proect them. I"I' "'

I correctly. take the no whole re"pon.sibilily. he had introduced at the preceding of more or less violence and in dignity, by he ought to have known they were. It may I, of no instance, in which it ever was, or to ex. To establish or abolish belongs to the j

am willing lo on session, and renewed at the then session. He the local authority. The outrage was enormous be however, that he was too much blinded by I press it more accurately in which it had its States in their separate sovereign capacity f ,
this occasion but it is duo the President
and the members; of his administration to also declared that they were generalized and and the insult to the American flag great. his passions and prejudice or lacked the discrimination origin in acts of legislatures. It is always in which they created both the general and .; .
to say comprised in one, to avoid objections to details. older, than the laws which undertake to regu their separate state It would :
The first occurred as early the year 18:30: to perceive they were. governments.
unanimous favor of the I
-they were in selection One of this string of resolutions thus coveredunder and] all under the administration a of General I have passed over all that was directed I,llle. it, and such i is the case with slavery, as be, then, a total and gross perversion of its I i; :
made. I selected it but
not only assign!:> general terms, "'a to divide Texas Jackson or Mr. Van Buren, except ihe Creole. against me personally, and not intended to impeach with us. Thej\vere| for the most part power and authority to use them to establish i '

ed my reasons 1 for making: / it, in a despatch to into two equal parts by a line drawn north and Application was made to the Executive by the my fidelity to you and your cause ; because slaves in Africa, they were bought as slaves, orobolish slavery or any other property of g
then :Minister\ Texas Mr. Donaldson. [
our South, of which the wc!:>ter part was to be I owners for redress. After a feeble and tame it did not fall within the reasons which brought here as slaves, sold here as slaves, the clizensoflhe U. States, in the territories. ;

I assigned them because I anticipated that subject to the ordinance of 87. A measure negotiation of the British Govern- induced me to notice him at all. I have also and held as slaves, long before any enact AH power has, in that respect, is to recognize h
many I
there would be an attempt to undo what was coming from a quarter so hostile and accompanied agreed to compensate years the owners in the passed over the torrent of abuse, he has pour. ment made them slaves. I even doubt, whether as properly there, whatever is recog.

done, after the expiration of Mr. TJJ'r'l ad. by such a declaration, was justly suspected case melt of the Cornet and Encomium: but refused ed out against me ; not only for the same there is a single Slate in the South, that i nized as such by the authortiy of any one of
ministration. This I resolved
was as intending mischief. It was so considered I to make in that of the Enterprise, on the reason, but because I deem it beneath my no. even enacted them to be slaves. There ale the States, (its own being but the united authority v
by stating reasons for the selection! that could the friends of any hundreds of acts that recognize and regulate and of the States and to
each )
generally, by annexa ground, that the two first occurred before her tice. He doubtless thinks differently, and of al "
not be overruled. The attempt, as I suspect.ed lion in the Senate, and was assented to reluctantly of had into it the finest portion of his speech ; them as such, but none, I apprehend, that tin- adopt such laws for regulation] and protection i
act abolishing slavery i
gone opera. regards
was made, and the late President has: since and because he had few a dertake to create them slaves. Master and of the 's
only a sup. tion, and the other a ter it had. The Admin. for he has used expressions which pretty) as the state case may require.'s "
.been arraigned before the pulJlc by two friends porters who with himself held the balance, iatralion i ( Van Buren's) accepted the compensation I clearly indicate, that he anticipates it will slaves are constantly regarded as preexisting Nor is there the slightest danger, thai the re. 11

and associate of Col. (Blair and Tappan and refused] to vote for the resolution of the C\r. acquiesced in the refusal, in I raise him to the le'elofthe great Athenianorator relations.] cognition of the property of citizens of each rand *

rule) because what his he could not be had forced done.to over The House without the amendment. Among the case of the Enterprise, without remonstrance for indignant deuncialion. He mistakes Nor is it any more local in its character all the states within the terriories. would I' u'tt.e'*

predecessor them, if my memory serves me, was his friend or protest, and thus waived our right his fate. He will bp fortunate, shouldhe than other property. The laws of all coun turn them into a babel, as con.

following is an extract from the despatch : Haywood, who was for covering all Texas and admitted the absurd and dangerous principle escape sinking to the level ofTheresites. tries, in reference to every thing including tends. All may co-exist without conflict t. I

It is not deemed necessary to state at large and the whole region north of 30 deg. 30m. on which the refusal was placed. He seems not to apprehend, that the differ- I property of every kind are local, and cannot confusion, by observing the plain and simpfd

the grounds on which decision rests. (The with the ordinance of'87. T'tmco Dcanaosct What the Administration shamefully omit. ence is wide between the indignant eloquence go an inch beyond the limits lo which the authority rule! of duty and justice. < 1

President.) I will be sufficient to state, dorm ferenlcs.I of patriotism and truth and scurrilous defam- of the country extends. In case of There is another error akin to this that ; i
ted do 1 resolved he Senate
that of the resolution to to through ( his attack the of jilt : beyond the Mexican law abolishing slavery is still irf : !PIti
briefly, provisions a come now to the last of his charges ; that if possible, and with that view, and in order to ation. I also pass over on property every description passes,
it from the House in because it has been the of the where it i is, force in New Mexico and California, whennot
came are more simple I abandoned the South and left him and a few perpetuate our claim of right I moved in the Southern Address ; too authority country
their character, may be more readily, and with other alone by the side of the ill fated own. Senate in 1810, the three following resolu generally re.id, and is too well understood, into another, where the same description of a particle of its authority or sovereigntyremain 1 .
less difficulty and carried into effect, for him to do mischief by assailing things are regarded property, it continuesto in either. Their conquest by us and-
expense ers of the Comet, Encomium, Enterprise, and lions, and succeeded in passing them by an by you any a whole i
and that the great object contemplated by Creole. He does not state by what act I unanimous vole, with some slight amendment, it. 'fhe wonder is that he should venture to be so there, but becomes subject to the laws the treaty that followed extinguished the t !
them the hazard of ultimate The and of the place in reference to and with it, annuled all her laws applicable r t i ito
is much less exposed to : abandoned you, but leaves it to bo inferred Col. Benton voting for them but not standingby make an attack in open day light. remote regulations : !
defeat. of the lying be. such But, if it be prohibitedas them, except those relating to right n
twilight region past property. prop.
from his remarks that it in fa.
wa by voting me, as he says, for he never uttered a wordin between
and relations individually f
and fiction best suits his taste and in the into which it it of property s ; t
which tween truth erty, country passes .
the Ashburton containedno
"That in their character vor treaty, their s
ff support :
they are more simple forced in be to prevent anarchy ;e. t
ceases to be so, unless it has been may necessary
few remarks will suffice show. in favor of the owners of those genius. I
a to stipulation .
very vessels. is a trick of his to make his char. Resolved, That a ship or a vessel on the 1. Passing all these by, I am brought to where under circumstances which placed it under and even these are continued only by sufferance t t I 1
the resolution it from
According to a came I in the time of n. international laws. Tbt, and on the implied authority ofthe cotf.quering .
high seas, peace, engaged in he throws off bis disguise, and enters the camp the protection of
it difficult t
as to make to
the vaguely t o
House is than very > t ,
nothing more ges the
necessary the laws apply in this respect country and not the authority of
lawful voyage, is according lo of of the and openly himselfan one and the same principle
his and his slanderous enemy proclaiming
detect at-
that the Tens should be called errors repel
Congress under the exclusive in animate and conquered and only from the necessity of In'ft' ,
nations jurisdiction of the endorses dotrinls. to all property ; things
I admit that I voted for the Ashburlon abolitionist al
tacks. +
together, its content given to the provisions rational irrational. There Her ]law abolishing slavery, are not ", .' :
State to which her flag belongs ; as much so and forth their champion. In that inanimate, and or case.
contained in and the adoption of a con tilu. trealy. I did more, I delivered a speech in its steps a the and ii it it \
embraced :in were,
i if of its domain. air and be exception everywhere : exception ;
as cunstituting a part own character, he assumes a dictatorial pronounces can no ; a property
which in the of its friends savedit
tion in convention be tub- favor, opinion "
by the people to of if the nfCnn.
and of kind, is to the would be taken! out n assent
fiom Its fate doubtful.- Resolved, That if such ship or vessel that it is absurd to deny powerof every subject ,,4
rejection. was '
ofthe United for 1r
milted Stales
to the Congress of the Thus could not be ] to continue J
implied a :
he control of authority
it pleases on ( country. gress 'a\'i
The headed Col. Benton be forced by stress of weather or other Congress to legislate a
its approval, in the same manner a when one opposition was shout into the of of slavery in the territories ; that it far, I hold, that there can be no reasonable which it had no right to establish* j
of our own territories is admitted as a State. violent, and it required Iwo-thiids{ to confirm cause, port a friendly subject But still higher ground be foundation doubt.
take she would, under tho same laws, lose has exercised the power from the may
I to whatever ,
On the the am willing power j
contrary, according to the provisionsofthe treaty. questioned, until I introduced Nor can there be any, that the same pnn- The moment the territory became ours, the a
of(the rights to her the without being .a
of he think none on
share responsibility to appertaining
Senate's the Congress of may proper the several in constitution and the whole
amendment is local in its character ciple applies between states passes over covers .f
Texas allot to me for voting/ for it. I look with no high seas ; but, on tho contrary, she and her my resolutionsjjthat;\ slavery '
must in be it .
manner co'enrd ; created law and of Slaves, or with all its provisions, which, from their nature
and board with their that it must be by our system government. any '. ts.
must then go through the slow and trouble little satisfaction to that my I course rendered on the then occasion, cargo, and all persons the rights on belonging, to their proper. cannot;t be carried an inch beyond the limits I other property, carried into a State where it are applicable lo territories, carrying i)
the belief ty per
some process of a State out of a part from great slaves Continues still In be but with it, the joint and authority of
earring sonal relations, established by the laws of of Ihe State that enacted it ; that cannot is also property, so ; sovereignty 0
of Us territory afterwards it must appoint agents and permanent service to country. For a each and all the States of the Union and }
; the State to which they belong would be placed be carried into New Mexico or California if into one, where it is prohibited, I ceases to '
the first link in thai series of
or commissioners similar its adoption was )Jaw incompatible !
all. Mexican
to meet agentsor slavery This Is sweeping
under the which the laws of nations because the Mexican laws abolished be property. ad0itt'd by away every
between Britain protection ti
commissioners to be appointed on our pall I, causes by which war extend to the unfortunate under such there and are still in force, and concludes, It is also admitted by the general with the rights, property, and relations
to discuss and agree on the terms and condi and us WHS averted. \11 is there now so it'is a abstract question of no importance government cannot overrule the laws of a belonging. to the citizens ofthe United
that mere
tions on which the State 8)11 he admitted, and blind, as not to see, that treaty had been circumstances. tho because the people there and especially State, to what shal or shal not be proper State, \Vithoht regard to what state they belong J j
Resolved That a
the cession of the remaining territory to the rejected, \rarcould not have been avoided ? Enterprise, the are opposed to it and ty, within the of authority. The or whether it he situated in the north or southern q
United States; mid after all this, and not be. The two countries were in truth, on the very which was forced Port Hamilton unavoidably Bermuda by stress Island will ,not permit foreigners to emigrate into the terri only question then is. what: is tho power of section of the Union. The citizens of alI ._
weather into you
; fore, the people of the aid State must a eve of a rupture, the way events were movingat with the general government where Its authority ex. have equal rights of protection in their prop. ,

con\'entiol, frame a constitution, and cal prc- I the time, wilhoulltht'r being aware of it. while on a lawful oflhe voyage Union on to another the high, comes seas tory I do not your propose slacs.I to enter into a formal rep. tends beyond the limits of the authority of the I erty, relations and person in the common'ter. t'

, len it to The Congress of the United States Attbo very n 5e6 Oregon question]' from one put embraced in the etition of assertions so ostentatiously pro. States regarded in their separate and individual ritories of each and all the States. The ama }

for its approval, but which cannot be acted onunl111ho for the first time assumed n dangerous and within the principle and that the and foregoing de. nounced. It is not necessary They were character? or to make it 'more specific ; power, that swept away all the Iaw of -

terms agreed upon l by the ne 8 otiat -I menacing upcc. A li was introduced immediately tetitio resolutions of the ; on board 8tizure by the local the same that were put forth and relied on by can it determine what shall, or shall not be I Mexico, which made the Catholic religion, '

on, and which constitute the conditions on ) atc its opening, which covered It I negroes

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y ![- 'IIi'l1 n Froia'our Extra of Ji.tdlludall ;. 1 ,' ; 'lt the counties, of Hent'on anI! .inJ Ready'' IMS cgain: pit on his epauletsajand : :
let in lire 1.t'i: iU. I' f.r it; xvas: unJcistood them, that the doc.J THE FLORIDIAN) & JOURNAL. F5Hillsbortjugh
til fthe c.iunlr), and xvnioh the people are forting themselves tuoun'eJ Old: \Vhitv.::
t'f kll xvrih! a, itic bc an lobe liroachril, that the Jixxs of I More of the Indian Outrages. I
denomination' s.t'pt'oIY s** -o---- *+ s ---- -
with !laudable {
inn also! in rbi* :a
I ifrt!b*la\v prohibiting! the intri> ucliun of prop Mexico ebolithing .:: 'e.y xvoul.I continue lit A. E. MAXWELL L. R. B. HILTON, Oa: Monday evening last, the Jim. J. T. j jMagljec county One V/eel: Lalsr frcaj Europe.
tfMImuet de r1 "'i'}! some' au < fjrce, unless ihey x\rre repealed, if tint pre.ventrJ clctnnr.inatifin! :to keep their ground eutii
erty ixeey ] arrived here from Tampa Bay, bring
rfil'ctual IliflJ.n addi. UDITOI13 AJTD &OFRIT'i. 1i j The steamship Muropa, arrives&!.fcrin..
finder tbe condition hy some isrrive.
1ut sly and others i4'pay succor can
the Indians
In iluthes! and letting them in duly free unti :>onal renmks Qua: niakt his disobedience i ing intejligenco: further: : outrages by j ing 1.i\"t'rlMl'&te.! rll the 1 Mi!! and Londonto

ether;; ?isa provided for swept that xxhich nl,.| note lrar, and, ho IMW Man-!* conJ'mnediir Saturday, August 4, 1840. and! bearing a dispatch from ) 'I he foouinj!! is an extract from a com the} 13li: : July-one xvetrl!; laser: (than Ibo

!ted lax.'rry, AnJ let in ptopeity in !ATC..- ; dis'iheting ''ho itisti(Icti'l14 of his legslaturv -- --- Morris lo Gov. (05el( ). The intelligence I municalion of Cx>l. Mitcbcl I ol the lOlh I Uc-g. ,by theCaledonia.} 1)

No distinction can he made between it nnJ another which hehimsrjf praises and lich CO" Brigs Cushnoc and Suxvannee, were was given in an extra of the Wakulla Times I F. M. : Thfc I-'nglish! :aiid French news i Ui
descript'on' of property or thin! ;: c ,mistently iw does noltxen pitttMid to charge with d15.I New YoikonlheSjth ulr. for Et. Marks. this
up at as follows : "The dypachcs wlidl| accompany taut.t 'IL Cotton kit ia
with thft constitution: tn& equal I rights o''! iuii.: ___ __ __ IJ\I Liverpool conlinueJ _
n ,* Late Tuesday evening, the 17th inst.? will apprize joy that they hare manifested n briilc, and further ad..anctIlf
the several states of the Caioa( and their citi I noiice in the progress of tfciseommunica.inn i NEXV YOKK. JCLY 23.-Cotton.-Florida r on a en"
that Co!. B"ni<) evinced; unusual jolici.u four Indians made their appearance ftt the In. serious intention to renew their course of eighth per pound! is repotted. The sale fr
zewe.Be that the Cotton?, including grades, from ordinary to diun store located OH Peas Creek, kept Iya
: tv-c arc tt33 1.}' Col. Benton. ,ie lo rotifound the Missouri f i : compromiieind plunder and bloodshed. the xreek amounted to S,330. : laics.IEKL.X.ND. .
'question: ha* tie'cefre a mere abstraction ofii"rriort.incc nil o'hcr con {"TWti' os of the kind with I'ully fair and good fair, rane from 8 to 10 Mr. Payne. They desired to sleep( in the If they in this intention, ftp.J Ijc-
persevere The Irish
< ; 5 i1Iu: few have gone ito eithci .he WiJmi.t proviso I :ttn.ihiie it, in pat: t, tot cents per pound. New Oilcans: for same: !>tore. )Ir. 1'. informed them that it was against papers are filled ,

'rrltd.- ', ticept citizens of the norili and foipifcfftts desire t'' screen him: ***!!" :ron: the oJiuai ot grades: range from S to 104.! The sales on j I the rules! of the phice.! They then reported come aggrcssixv [in their hostilities, the w}oe xvith accounts of the distressed condition cf

I. ; and that they are all opposed t to u?. hl'il1'lJted for the Wilmot! proviso, by confounding the 23th! wen 3700 hlles.ofUpl&nJ and] Flori. having large packs for trade on the oftht! lower portion of Fist: Florida: xviil be their unfortunate countrymen. The work.

XVhat inmltJ! What? taunt u* by by telling : it with other measures! that were f.uIplj. I opposite side of the river, and tried to induce abandoned, and J the people( RS far North as houses are filled t t.J repletion! ar.J thouapp'ar
us we cannot go into them, because foreign. l offt'nsire ; but I said(', that there xx\a an. da: and :3300 Mobile, New Orleans and Tex. i him tf) go after them, which he promised to this will feel themselves insecure onhs some I to uestiis.e of ihs & "
to ;
r. era and others\ who have: been let in frt'e h.. other iwru, powerful reason, which xvould be as, at these prices. attend In after supper He, together with a Tntirrlj meant
and xvc I kept out by the thieit of conficatin\ ;:; exp'aiui'd' in the sequel. That: reason was t to Ir. Whidden and a Mr. McCulough! went measures be adopted to insure them of prtfec- J for I keeping soft! and !body together.The .

o ir property by himself and his, associates, 1 I s'lelter himself if p, ible, against the charge Cotton Shipped from St. Marks. into the house to supper, and hid scarcely taken tion. Indeed, great fear begins to show itsvll l: Irish [p'it riots, !)'Iriri, Meagber, Mr.Wannia I \

bavo become sufficiently numerous to t keep us i of violating instructions: : x\hich he ackr.oxvl. We !learn: fntin the \ValulIa Times of the I: their seats at the table, "hen the Indians at this time. I and l b.'u'Ltze, }have: been transported :

*wt t, without the intervention of Congress to I: edged t If' be abnvc eic pion. If he could :31st u'.t.: that there were cleared from St. fired through the door, killing dead Messrs.. 1 have adopted measure? ?o makeks\ rrs- lo Van Die aau'* Land. This is the sarneplacets
Tvid them lie knew that property is timid" I pnssibyjttalish! that that the Mis&O'.ui;i compromise Payne and Whidden, and wounding McCullough
the Hat.
of 3d lOih
Maiks fnmi I lS4rf, to July 29, pective companies Uegt., xxhich the British! Government
September ,
I in the shoulder. han.
ind] could be kept out by the threats, and that : ami' theVilmot proviso: were idctiti- McCullough sprung
of thrways I l It519, 32J18 J bales for New York, and iO2for : which deterred them long cKrugh, fit for service, and swill continue to do thb! un- ished of the Canadian:
to keep us outl Tor a hoit! time was one cal', as he would have his constituents believe, (to a gun, many "rebels"of

to exclude us ultimately. What ft cern. I tn obey the one would be to obey the other. Ncxv Orleans mailing a total!. of:83,720\ () for, his wife tu cilch up her child and rush! till I receive instructions! from )'OIIr't>tt: J; I 1337: some of \xLcin escnt-cd in American;

went on the eq-iity justice of the governtnf But I have: shown that was impossible, and :. haIl'simt; 't3,317 bales from 1st September from the house, he following. The Indians\ : I 'believi' a draft or requisition' for fnsn illtny I vessel l and arrived nfvly in N'ew Voik.
nt that v ho hr.vc in freely spent our thus he is left fired them as they run, wounding' both of '"
we, "itumtt'( iby cscapini; I 1'3I1to3htlJgu 1 ', 13 H. ThiHhuws upon : form swill be promptly met and! supplied. The in Ireland arty .
Moofl and trcnswc loconqf.er the country" the charge of disobey! in ; them. I hern in the I legs. They secreted themselves crops very promising.IIoXE.
thoul<3 "be deluded Item til benefits, w hik I With! u few additional reniar, I shall close: an increase of the &hpn:: >eiits in the last over in some pahnett es and escaped. In IHi'inn to the company already sent off I .-The French army entered Home I

it is left open the use and enjoyment of all this long comIMlkJtion.: the {(irexio.isear, of 7,903 bales. ** A canfji in the same neighborhood! wa* under Caj*. Fisher, xve understand thai another : on the *th July. On the 20th: June, the final

Ihe rabble foreigners!, which) he enumerates I Co!. Henton assigns dcx-otion to the Union -- -- -- -- -- --- tired on, the 19li: by four Indians: and a I Inv I Ishut. comjviny xviil be raised here, an-I that the assault! was mal 0:1 the city. It i is stated
the efficient of Maw Cotton-First Bale. The whole of the East is in confusion, I
with such zest, as means our as his motive for taking the course which he
Governor will attthorize one to be raised inMarion that the llornans tough! t drwicrately, Ieavin-
exclusion. Is there : ( instance of such an i has ; anJ by implication cliirges yours, as boing A bale of new Cotton was received at the' the Millers leaving a'3I fast as possible."There I .I
found the of other : i is doubt of his county.;: I These, it 53 hoped, .xii! pjrnii 100 dead; .viti! liU prisoner-, includi.19!
outrage to be in history! any ; the side disunion, *n<:? his aril the abolitionists Store of Mr. J.iiue M. \William, in this now not a ? ( being a i ,
gorrrnrnent thtt: ever existed ? I that efiiiion. In :ttii*, he but follow.-! city. proconr rted moxcment cf I the I Indians ; and) security to the svtilers;! and enable: them : oiUcers cf zl'!: ranks, in tbe hands of the ene.

His avowal of the doctrines of the abolitionists .! the: example! of all xvho have betrayed )0-:( Jt' tl'nJaJ cvenin*, from the plantation: of i iJuJ their evident plan is to any on the worst t I In return to tf.! -. ir cn;J?. It i h an enserijeRcy :i etny. The French! admlf only 0 killed, :aal

i will have an cftVct he little suspected, I' It is so common, that it has: become notoriousthat c Thomas 1 Ibcn"U! i)f Jdr) County: of all xvars-:a guerilla' war" requiring 'p[ t'dy action, aid the! prornpftie'sxxith :: !10 xv unded. Otft; cf the Itunau fJi Im.:.

when he made it. It furnishes ample! cvi- I a strong profession!: : of attachment to tIll Fla. The *::pe! N fine. This is the first Tlw despatch of Major Morris expressed 'i
which the Gotern-T has met it will tIJr:1. ratt: *, Garab-ildi surtPriled ia : inns
dence show tt he used deception in assigning Union condemnstion of what ii calk'd the .
to It r and bale of the that Iris: come ,loour the have I
present crop opinion tint these might i
outrages mind the approbation cf all who desire 111;.. iktiv xitb IO.OL'0 rnptt, 3r.daJ
his reason for declining to I! violence and uttrai rn (II i the South, accompanied loudly
ht and indeed it is the first b.ie! .
obey the instructions of his legislature. II i: by a volley of abuse of me. an !frIll absence mar ; new : been cctninitted by a few savages" for the purpose their feilu'.v citizens shoiJJLa! properly pro :. t-'ieered as he passed out oflhe city. Ills re.

will bo remembered, he offered as his reason, of all censure and condemnation of we have heard (f i in any market in the cot of f plunder! and that he had sent a strulldetatchment I tected. I ported inftiiiiinii i is lo iiuac'e lie* kin: ilurn 11

thai th ir n lolutions ii aiding h'm were i i assailants; are certain signs i that I Le who ton growing :Iatcs. We would! lemurk in of men to the ground to enquire ;
ynur He has sl hr: 'Je.'[pitched! G?I1. L. .\. Thonrp- ijt f N'uplfs, in xthi-cFi country I\jp Pin has
Borrowed from mine, and that mine were in. utters them i is ready to seize the first oppurtunity this connection. that; thu cotton in Flori- I
crop into the matter. The following! derpatch, acopy
; .11 Col II. F. Whitner taken the
for disunion and that there ; I : son: a'' as Commissioners : rvfig A lIt t d.mpnt of French
purposes : to .ntr cause. ida but in Mi-Idle: Florida i is
more rspccially the Governor
of xxhich) received
was ne difference between them, except that !I To these pi ins may be adder] another-ati I was by Washington: It t ) confer with the General : army hail uti':i enl in: pursuit: of (him,.

f..t ifw aimed directly, at disunion, and theirs appeal to that portion of the farewdl address] very promUin and should! no disaster! over i ii I to-day, givts the ru ut! of that expedition : I Government; on the subject, and I tu urge i I It; xv.ts: thuag'ul! that an arrdhgp.iient bad:

ultimately at the tame thing. lie added in of the fit her of his Col. I i take it, the yield wilt be an avenge, and in ;
i country, quoted by FOKT BROOK:, Tanijvi, I t some speedy action for relievingctr! Stile been( coticluned! between lha French and
effect, that hisdexolion to the Union would I Benton, under drcumtancl'"Ilich make its i some sections: parliciihtily!: I in Leon County, July 25, 1319. $
from the incubus of thejfc.savage; foes. 1.\U; hiL1! Minister, IIJ.tiic the Pope will:
not permit him to vile firiesilu, ion w def p'y pp'i ;atiou apply; ; to you, an J not to those xvho j more iluui average. There i it iw State in Sir : Lieut. J. S. Garland has just reported -- -- ---- -
tainted with disunion. That x\as at the coin. I assail )'(U. I respond to exeiv word it contains : Baauties cf Tayfcriain.AH i I return lo l oml'. Indeed, x\e look upon the
i the Union xxhere crops are more ceitain, one t to me on his return from [Peas Creek. '
mencement ofbis Kpeecb. We no-v havein xvith; a heaity amen. It is indeed deep re-establishment of the Pope's power nosy as
!! the late for the Presidency
with another( than in Florida. 1i Iced through cauvj ; .
its conc'usion conclusive evidence from I ly to be deplrred! that parties should be de- year ; He saw no Indians. Tho trading house, : settled, sncc.om has: fallen.lL'GAs .

himself that all this was a roere fe'c, .. a strat. signaled i by geogrnphical position" anJ I regard I there are very feuif any, ss hid eq-ial it in with its o'it.IIUiIJillt"NC! found burned lo j, it was made a cardinal doctrine of die'l'aylor The Hungarians: continue tba
\ -
aem to conceal 1 his seal motive from declining I: whatever party or individual may have this respect, as the experience tiiltmc\ vs ho the ground, anJ a small bridge near I by partially I party, that the will! of tl,e prcple! as ex. with Austria and Russia.j i

to obey them. (HU real motive, as it now [: caused it, as deserving of public! reprobation. have tested the matter fully proves, and we destroyed. The bones of Payne and I prrs'vd through Congress alone should! ccn. I I! unequal s'rugglc -
that he could nut vote for them But avoid of I j Tbe I issue is involved: I ill great unr.ertainly.iver .-
was to geographical designation
toil the
par. of
appears i : policy the Government that their
I have good reason to !believe: lint the Whidclen found the where t ;
under any circumstances, for (tow could an j ties, it is in lispcns.ible: ; that each' section of prospect were on s, theyhail :' : ) lover ofliberty ardently! hopss for Ibeir
he avowed himself be ia better at this t i time t in Florida than in any fallen! an'l 1 were collected!! and buried I I i Chief wouM: even surrender the veto pnxxer
abolitionist! as pos. i the Union, should respect the rights fir the olh. I! success. Il.iab has agaJu Hilleri: into their

cibly! obey resolutions "hic J are utterly at i ers and carefully abstain Horn violating them. any other Southern. S( ite.Tba A barrel of Whiikey! was luim l near the I! vested in him by the constitution; to that will. ; ;I hand*, after a sharp! resistancefrurn! ibe .\U.i.triam. .

variance with .their. "doctrines." I To obey ;: Unless that is done, it will be impo;silile! to" house, untouched. From i this circumstance!: II I and that in the election! the people shou d 'be .
would have involved him in p-ilpilj.e: cOIl'ra. avoid aggression will, and ought to lead to Indian Hostilities, : let alone to 31t5 their own wisdom dictated.
and the fact of there
diction: so much so, tint! it could not ftil: to I resistance on the part of those xvho'c rights) Since our last, accounts have been received hem4 no siyn ofany thing 1 The )leaders helJ! it as the beauty of A letter: from Vienna, in a BnrweJsi piper,
else which: !bad been I Ic't't uj very
in the
: there is
prostrate, and to overwhelm him with shame, I arc trampled and safety endangered.Oectioeial .- store, I states: that tht! Hungarians; have retaken
if he his not to shame invulnerable. This he : assault upon! on one fide and sectional here of. further Indi.ui; dejircd.ttioni'! xxhich yet ground "or hope that it may have: been a : republicanism' and as the esser.ce oldie AHi- Szrgetin, and that the Let was to be opened

saw, and that he had no alternative left, but i siitHticc on the other, cannot fail to lead to I I will be found e\vlicie in this paper xvith J parly for the} purpose of plunder.: Tracks STLletter creed, that: the President would! not on the Is!.

to resign or disobey., He determined in favor sectional designation parlies. The blame the comments: therein made in our Kitra.- xvere seen going to and fro from (the stoie to quirp' a party to surtaili and defend: !him in I I j! Intelligence! Lad I been received bv a !1W.!

of the latter ; but this of itself did not relieve ; and responsibility rightfully fulls on the section Two almost! tiim'.Jhaucous, attacks upon settle. the river if the Indians had been : all his opinions and act, but thut hu would! :ian joiSrm! to the effect that on the 1st and
him of his dilemma. lie knexv well that: it : and that which assaults. enjpjjed 1 id of JtJy Dembtnski, with his own
that assails, not repels : ments f.ir: I and all the circunutances at- corp
: prut, confine himself a he should du, to" carrying
would defeat his object to come out boldly, : Which that is in the present case, adm Is of noI in bearing off iht* good I | and all the reserve of the Venetian troops

and say that he had adjured his former creed ,I I doubt.' The South has been on the defensive I II tending them, have satisfied those well acquainted WhidJen's camp near five miles ill, xx-a.< I out the popular! will. Anything! like parly drav.ti from the army operations now ac-

and that cfthe abolitionists. And I with Indian character that It: is IfapUrpO3 il&pport'oul1)) nut b-I needed by a : tins in di&rent of Himgarv,
no.parfv amounting
adopted throughout, and borne for I a lon scres of'eafc i left undisturbed) : with :be exception of a small I | parts
hence, Le was forced to adopt some other ex.pedicnt I indignities and encroachments on rightsand : of theso savages to icnexv their inlin.nia surjj of takn.Footjuints PresMont.: lie xvouU be I led by the country: : ;. to 3(7,000( mn., a tacked the Iissaii: army

; and for that purpose, adopted tinmiscralile I safety with a patience unexampled! and i xvatfare. Coiit'Hpun'leuts state that 1 1i money rather than! ; : attempt to have il fallow La: I h ad. consi5tini! of 110.00'J' commanded by PrintoPaskiexThicth I
of slandcrouly chirging me tho is with disunion and I were seen both} tu going to the ; fa thc defiles between -Mwkolze!
prtteit basely charged ,
\et (there is excitement in the South und .
I sounded
i great All this mI:iv have well!! at the T
and my resolutions, and his own Jegielituie the North lauded as its advocate. We must l I Trading I lion?, and in returning, and the I very arid Oilan.i .
and their resolutions with disunion, and of as.I I! learn to disregard such unfounded amid !I I I Kast: on the subject, nnl] the people; are urging Indians were iloub''ess! !! aware of the mow.nvMit tim, and, lJ"'lhtless'a5" well received by the I i attack too!; place in Si ink so a? lo drive

signing; that as his reason fur not obeying :. unjust' charges, and nunfully do our dut., to" j I ;!lai (juvciuur to Juruijli them ..tiU pro. ofilie. troops. Had lieh. en in (force, !I popular ear. lint like everything else! preached i the corns, committed by thc Prince in per

them, when he knew that his posit ion mud disposed,
; they might
impossible for him, to obey them. Hut these I; consistently \xith our equality and I ; have not yet ben auto to rcceivo toe c'etaila
Ix thrown aside. The han.1 i/f
Excellency has acted with andproinj'liiefes ( right man
I I I energy in I
attack them.
nro nut the only resolutions adopted by the our safety ; and if not to save ourselves at vantage an on : of f this important battle, but the success seemsto
legislature of his state to in-struct him. The I all events. In doing t>o, we would but be f>)l- :. ) deceiving high comineiirlalion, Lieu? Garland pvitormrd this iluty: in a ra. I time President, the man ss ho has his cofiJence: : have been so corf.plefe! lhat I rlll* same: Hun.

previous legitlaturo adopted two others, of lowing the example ofour Washington in the and has been assisted in the most laudable jiid and soldierlike: manner. I.icut. Gibbon; ,, i who was ou'rCl a teat i:11i5 cabinet, \ hick :! !ariati reserve ntirJibcringl'JOJO) men,

which ho says, that they truly express the I great struggle which severed the union be. manner by the active: co-operation o! II. A. who is equally prompt and energetic, I have I he dvclinvl on tIme ground: that he could! 'be marched the next diy I lor Ccmotii, to rein

sense of the atate, and that he obeyed them, I tween the colonies and the mother country. Shine, Q'Jarlcrt.t tcr Gener.il: of the State: sent to Manatrc xviih and I more useful to the paity in the Senate, !1 lore" the army of(lor:ey. xrbos'nce the 4th
only in their kIter l but not, epirit.{ They are He was ardently attached to that Union, I nuns aininnniliui), 1 : of July! h is been unable! to r str.c the otF.-asitu
and! who! installed \
and Dr. Wm. K. 11.i: )xvard., Treasurer. The the of : i is now : at Vaatiingtuiito : ;
at t the settlement fur :
in the following words : struggled hard to preserve it by resisting the rcque> assistanceand :. ajainst the Austrian arirlieS.I .
"Resolred, That the peace, permanencyand encroachments of Parliament on the old) and readiness with which u company was raised protection. send out circulars to the people! to dictate i Dembcr.ksr:, with 2.1.000 rrJen, wag in piir*

welfaro of our national Union depend up. established rights and privileges of the colonies and started for the scene action, nolwilh.I I am, very respectfully) to them how they shouhl vote-this man, :! suit: of the army of Paskrenich, atid 1 it is pr 'h.

on a strict adherence to the letter and spiritof but the (tully and infatuation: of I'aiHa. standing the xvant of nvam and other emburniSjiiicnts Your obedient' set vT.' Truman Smith! who assured (his Northern !1 ahle that as scon as tho news uf Demhenskr

the 8th section of the act of Congress of the ment, and the vile machinations of tories a. I. : also ntteals! the zeal manifested: W. W. MOIUUS constituents! that: Taylor would! not xetu thePViO i I \ ii'tory becomes knoxx, the xvarlike! po;>'ilaI .
United States, entitled, "an act to authorizethe uioiig ourselves, rendered all his efforts and i I lion of the defiles, in which tile Huv>ian
people the Missouri territory to form a those of the partriots of his day, unavailing. i by oar citizens to piotcct the frontier settler Major. U. S.----------0-----A. Coni'ir Post.MHJ. Wilmot( ( i is nu\\ flooding, the country! i j Prince ha? pnraitglc.I! himself will rite cnjj.i .

constitution and State government for the admission The world knows the consequence. My f sincere \vo do not doubt' that the steps already taken ((7en. I'. JONKS: xvith documents urging and hiese'cuiig! the I ; .s t to cut oil'lii relreaf

of such State into the Union on an prayer is, that those who arc encroaching xvilll soon throw sofficier.t[ succor along the Adj. Gen. U. S. A., \: hinton. |5eope! to elect! Congressmen! tu sustain the Kossuth issued on the 25h: ultimo, at Bon-

equal foot with the original States, and to on our rights-rights essential to our safe borderline to relieve the :inhabitants! : Horn their President: in Li.: vimvs and policy. Here is a da and Pc..th. a proclamation! calling' up"it

prohibit slavery in certain territories ;" ap. ty, and more solemnly! guarantied than those alarming condition. In a pojtscrijit, the :Major! adds : [put of his talk 0:1: this subject the people! iu the most emphatic language; tu

!proved March Oih 1820." of the colonies, may as well, for their sakes I omitted lo state in lh; body of my report \ rise in arms against: the invaders. .
Resolved, Tint our Senators in the Congress as outs, profit by the example. We understand it will simply be the pur. that from the testimony of the persons> I "To clvvatc: any man: t to the Clit.f M-tgis- 1 The campaign; ngainst: the _\lJtrn. IJS-"Ian

oldie United States are hereby instruct. J. C. CALIIOUX. pose of the Governor to furnish relief and pro. trtof our cniu.tiy, and officially such a ; army is called a crusade! a> ;itU iutrutej, tu.or

ed, and our representatives requested! to vote Foil Hill, July jIll, 1919. lection, and not lo take any aggressive steps. who escaped fioni the Trading I House, and man as General; Taylor, and then turn routiJ f i \,. ; on the religions; reelingof the! people; ,

in accordance with the provisions and the ------------. Whidden, the Indians arc believed (to have and constitute, a Congress In resist and oppose and i its! st\ 10 is !:&rid t lo be must clrquent and
spirit of the said 8th section of tbe said act, in Jlrterdy Johnson and J. M. Clayton! His first duty and aim is lo give security to been peifectly sober on bo'h occasions." him in all his viexvs of public! policy, woIlle! l : *mpts: :i'H t"t. Ko-ssuth left: Pcsth Ui: ihsJ

all the questions which may come before The Wilmington ( lie!.) Journal contains let. the citizens of the State. But while he will I It i is remarkable: that the ofiieer in com a reproach to the American name and char 1 t for lcrgselill.I .

them in relation to the organization of new Jers from these gentlemen, members of (;Jen'lTaylor's confine the companies ordered out lo that object acter. TIm tendency of such instability, and? I 'Th J stru ijlc in other of tlutigary .
cabinet declining invitation to be I maud ut Tuinpn is the only one of all the correspondents such fickleness'voulii! be parts appears
tcrritorie or States, out oldie territory now an ,, he will most urgently insist an im. 'I In brinr: : {free institutions :
belonging to the United Slates, or which here. present at a grand Whig festival! held in that mediate lemuval of the Indians upon the General ( from that: quniler who seems to I ( into tli'n>l'utll. It niii>t:-therefore; be tl to bu pro;re si: xVilli Varying: sucees> .

after may be acquired cither by purchase, by city on the 4th of Julj'Irl Johnson, in his by entertain doubt as to the hnitile. intention oil, deemed by all! moderate and rfan.able! men, Thus f fir: hoxx'oX'er, Ihe Mazier! seem (In

treaty, or by conquest. letter, indirectly, but still pointedly! takes oc. Government. The people of the State are .the Indianand it is still more remarkable desirable that ihe next House of Represent I have had the_ advantage. God give them a
himself in favor If not to submit to Gen. tires slnmM "be favorable; rathrr .
casion to express fctronly ( xvilling longer delay. than: oh: 'r- deliverancefrom
It to is proper observe, that the 6th section to that Major Morris should ba.se /('< doubt! on speedy, hid r enemies.
Intcrnil Improvements by the general govern Thompson and :01.'hillier have on wise In the IhecutivtIt! xvlll be time I
which they refer contains the Mimuuri corn. gone i --------- --- --
and of! restrictive or protective com any ciicunutance stated in hu letter to the nough! to ilNcaril President when he-
mcnt, a ; Taylor
promise, which established 301 :30 as the to Washington to press the mutter, and it i is Mi:. CrTbi5 gentleman, in a teller loa
mercial policy. So his sentiments, at least, Adjutant General. has filled: lo realise the just c.xpectiliotis: cf the
dividing line between the hlavc.holding and official hoped that the Administration will be inducedto I free-soil convention iti OhioaJJ that ".m.
are l non-slavcholding States, drawn between the To all who arc acquainted xxith the Indian
western boundary oldie State of Missouri and Mr.I Clatou acknowledged that he i is so act as this wishes and interests of Florida. I '. * VvV, xxho hax'e contributed lo 1 one can be more opposed t that! I am to the
character and
the western boundary of Louisianua. These much harrassed by office-hunters that lie i is demand.It with past experience in regardto I elevate_ him in IIH present exalted: bMtiou (full I I extension of sfaxsrv! into tie new territr.rie .

resolutions he says ho obeyed, in letter and chained down to a spot from 14 to 10 hoursa I will not be enough to send soldiers lo their mode of beginning hostifities, every I ot harassing cares and dread ilollsihililit"iI; ) ; either Ly the authority:. Congress or
and all the while.' lie circumstance iclated thus f.ir tends to luring niu-t fctanJ by him. or .vt' shall b ? :rllil"-lil' all "
spirit, when in fact he flagrantly violated day, laboring our aid, which of course they cannot refuse to i I by: inifividml: enlerprUe. lint he aJdcd that
the baseness of d"' ertion from the'bailie
adds conxicliou that 'n the of
them his vote for the territorial : tear object the bavages. -
by Oregon hi was averse to !, t lo1 : or
Joing thing keep
do. They bhould gi> further, and adopt"mcas. field of Buena Vi ta. any BJ
bill, prohibiting slavery in the territory, xvith- .1 cannot bo mistaken when I say that from .
increase the cAcitement tp! vI'In.cry
out any compromise annexed ; and that too to the origin ofour IlepuMic down to this present ores to rid tho State of every Indian in her To say nothing of the murders-if I hi* sole I How changi'd. Whatever might have been on suliject

assert the principle unlimited power to writing, there has never been a period during I borders. The reasons for this course aro ob object xvere plunder," would the Indians have said befor-J the eleCtion It swill not do! mow ; and thereupon the RichmondVhigt

Congress over the territories and in open do. which greater difficulties have beset the path: vious. Whether continued hostilities are 'that iho President should IblloXV he the Taylor organ in Va., rt-marks :

fiance of all compromise. lIe calls that bill of a public man than that which comprises now intended or not, it is too much to burned dwelling-houses and a store ? would: must "Tho letter of Mr. Clay evinces I the San &
his proviso, and well he may, for he passed the four first months of the new ndlllini!trntion. expect they have destroyed a bridge Would they lead. His'views of public policy" should! degree! of patriotism and 'fortnight ttliiclt hart

it, when it was in his power to defeat it. A The Departments Washington have been that our citizens should be quiet under their have left untouched a barrel whiskey! !" not be resisted i and opposed, because this (lit tingllisf'J him th roiihohit lift t : 1 lie I a3 xxell

vey few remaiks will suffice to show that I have II crowded by a Lost of the expectants of office, I present dangerous exposure. To be harrassedby No : the filet thai they have committed all would be a reproach to the American name as they who raised thf torn, saw the tan-

not expressed myself stronger t than truth xvarrants. never before exceeded, not even in the fin I i constant fears of! savage depredations, to these cm rmities xvhilo 'perfectly sober," I: and character," and xvould! bring free institutions ger. But unlike them, he determined iv

year of the advent of Jnc1 !
The first resolution asserts that the peace, Oh what: disinterested patriots these Taylor when plundering barbarian, who in sure to with a barrel of whiskey in their reach, too, follow done, and (to lend mtcutmlenance to a schema
harmony, and xvclfare of our national Union men are How they hate offices and .a is incontestable proof of their design to wage er of the popular will ought now to have en:. which threatens her aafeijn"

depends upon a strict adherence to the letter otlicc.huntingWilzningtoii! Journal. break out sooner or later, will make his cruel, war. And the burning uflhc bridge-to obstruct thing his o'nVa"J Verily, this i is striding *. I'ltfritttiJtm"; f fur a Uoifthprb tuero, the vrr/

and spirit of the Missouri compromise, and btealtliy attack, to be daily apprehending, the pursuit, either present or in future-is with?! a vengeance from the rear to tho front einbwlimenl"' of whiggefy express Iiirf
the last instructs their Senators and represcn. The Poison in Kggs.-Tbo editor of the destruction or loss of their properly and the ranks.
of the least of all the f
one equivocal' signs and opinion 10 Iree-sotiers! wills theirs J JYes
t&tivtt to vote in accorJance with its pram. Salem Gazette in publishing an account of murder themselves and families, is more Out if show how agreeing
t son* and spirit in all questions which may the death of. Ir. Bassctt'a children! of Brooklyn than human endurance can tolerate. Either demonstrations. as to abunl Tayloristn patriotism provided he xviil hint it i it
them in relation to the organi. The from letter can make itself. Smith's circular repeats the better !-
come up before I says : the Indians must be removed, or the fairest following a not to get excited on the sal'ject
zalionofnew territories or S7atejout of territory A friend, on reading tho above statement, an intelligent gentleman ofOcala shows old! doctrine thus : flit is the patriotism of lVs Taylorites! thus \10

, 0' now belonging to the United" States, or which gives us the following extract from a Cyclopedia i I portion oldie State must bo abandoned.Tho .- tho state of things in that quarter : "IftliO people desire to have this or must urrCU t'r the Soo hern grotlinf, thus to ap
hereafter may be acquired. No instruction : The xvhite of an egg, boiled hardin time has come xvhen one or the other alerative .
J measure or policy adopted, they have \titn i
4L could be more full or explicit, or assign stron. the shell, and suspended in the air afterwards I ( must Le adopted, and it certainly cannot Much excitement prevails among the cit. President Taylor at the head of the prove of free-soil sentiments, with vnly! *
rer motives for obeying lhemepecially to one a liquid drops from it which will dis. happen that those who have the control izens South of this place ; and unless a force meat, only to will if, and to instal at ,the salvo against agitation' and excitement, a gen
professing *o great a devotion to the Union. solve myrrh, which is more than either water, cap lie too pressing
of tbe matter will suffer our citizens to be sufficient to protect the frontier is ordered in ilal I a Congress accordingly. drawing bsckagsinst warrnl/
lie is
There Js no mistaking meaning. -il, spirits, or even fire itself can effect. A driven to the latter. the field, they will abandon their homes and the doctrine, then! vte are sure the Suutli: \\.iIt
instructed to vote for all bills in reference to little putrid white of an egg taken into the Then why industriously interfere to instruct
tbe territories which may conform to tuB let. stomach occasions nausea, horror, fainting, leave their crops and stock to the mercy of the people what sort of men toot for ? Whynot earnestly pray lo k. wholly delivered from(

ter and spirit of Jhe Missouri compromise, and x'Ctniting, diarrhoea, and gripes. It inflames CJr We learn that Elliotson Mobley, of tho savages, who, from all accounts, are better. let then choose for themselves 7 How Sitr.\cE.---Th--Sentinel waxed-- strong a*

against all that do not ; that is, to vote (for all Ibo bile, excites heat, thirst, fever, and dissolves Marion county, was killed at his residence on prepared by fur than they ever were for car. I could they be with Ca'-
charged baseness"
as to th force ofiJenton'a tirade against
from .
that; extend the line xvekfxvard itstermi.nus tho humors liko the plague. oflast month .
the 29th by one Henry Massec.Three rying on offensive .
the western boundary of Texas, for operations. Nothing recent degrading as "desertion from tbe batlle.fiold houu, but say twining of tbe defence ot th*

that ou is Its letter; and to secure (to the South Not Had.-The marriage of Col. Bragg, other men, Abner Johnsou, John Mills to the two outrages of Indian River and of Buena Vista," if they selected men oppO. latter. Struck dumb, of course.

that (portion of the territory lying on the of a a little moro grape" notoriety, is no. and Abner Thompson, went with Massee lo Peas Creek have reached'our ears, but it is sed to hU policy 1 It means simply"do as -----

Southcin fcida of the line, as effectually as ticed by the New York Globe as a surrender the house ofMobley, but the particulars of the apparent to all who are the least acquainted you please ; but if you oppose our selections NEXYPOKT, Ftt. July 31.-Turpentine.-

tba compromise did in fact all tho territory of the gallant Colonel, "which," the Globe difficulty we have not heard. Massee and with the Indian character,, that they are fully of men are a deserter, atid oUght to lo We alter oflr quotations from Si 25 to $2 a
i its southern side, to vote against served him right He should have you
,'biclllay on says have been arrested the others
Thompson fot cent
all bills, that did loot, for that is meant by !its known that his battery could.uot resist small prepared war, and are determined to wageit shotHigh ground, t this, to assume towards Si; 12|. Spirits Turpenline a 50
% of have escaped. (tu the knife. his former \Jlon. Rosin Lurch' 90 t a $- W'a (
spirit. There wa good reason to put *pir- arms women. a supporters. Certainly -lio'li l per per ,


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&c.VJigrcCS and relatives of Mr. POLK ourtinccre' condo. 1 Education : A good ry&tem of free it dow 'i ? Let us show these bate con pira- ;. For Sale at Cost. Proclamation. r

\ ('f the' 5outh sccin never so lence in their, afilictivo bereavement ; yet schools and internal improvement the best bra agtluist the peace and integrity of the Q 5-CTTS MII.T. IROSS', cf the very be's M.tci's OFFICE, > -'
\ with no obtrssh'd ofieiing to the sacredm-ss guarantee of Gtate SOVC rcignty.J Union,tiiat we can and will maintain them .- qdalily.cacli Srlt OQiisfcMitu! of Wheel Crank I
Veil laTisfiecl as when ihry can point to the of domest'ic borrow, do we presume upon iirefeiencctofttblic J 12. The Union : A bright model and example and that fet any party, or all parties, of the; coraplele, with 1 10 inch, J 1 II rich. and 1 12 inch TttllahasM. July 13, 18 19. $
!Iron Stirriu' an-J Guide R Ji
dciertion of Norlhcrft Democrats from our sympathy in its a1leiuticti.A. of free government to all the world ; North, ""Jc: yrrpared to rqressf ib: ," we, I Saw sweep Saih-, '!nan For further* particular ?pj ly to lor ''T'I1 CITY-COUNTtL haric rpccmroemied.
cause, or to thxj Union cfthft true democracy L. WOODWARD, the brightest illuminating star of Irtipe to the too, are prepared_prepared .in e\pry form !rN'ttjGLIT&MOiU, New pert, orG. .1. rr-v'm.t and tarrying entablisbTn inffer Board of Cctnftf -

with frec.soil democracy. tast at this time Chairman Committee on llesolutions. oppressed of every clime. It must be pre. they please -lo miinlain our slave inMiiu. S. KING &. CO., St. Maik.Mills.. pa'se nis4aIie tn? Jf.Re. PnTf 1 S"11.e I and, for tkulfhand l,a 1 5f being impcr- .

is thc.r hobby. They allege On motion of Col. Milton, they were unanimously served. ions, and the rights they involve, 16 the very I- Nev\|>ort, Au uit 4, IS49. 30 Viv taft to adopt fn rjrtrc means nd rrtSmtfM preserving

the latter great adopted. 13. Wt>mftn? : In the darklionr of adversity last extremity. Let them indicate lh6 battle A. -fa. MAX\VFT.T., and (promotinj; the health of th'emhabitaDls:

a "coalition" of fell Northern democrats upon On motion of W. D. Dickson, it was she alleviates our cires and pilloXvs'our misfortunes field ; we will be there. We will savt them In punuynce thereof, end ly virtue of'ihe tntler-

the free-soil platform, and point the Si/alb to Rcsohcd, That the proceedings of this ; when the Denial sun of prosperity the trnflhle hunting us down as dastard Kfuyiiivesor ATTCfSlWsV AT LAW, ire.tt
the fact as a reason why she should corn to1 mectitt be forwarded to the Florida Whig, shines on us. she partakes of our pleasures! and skulking traitors. WILL attend all the Cut* of the Middle Cir- a* fojla'ivs, v.iz,; "
and FJoriJian & Journal with Vor* enhances our enjoy trtents. li lOrtic ti-k of Ihe FlortdiaA 'd, WARD No 1-'co nmencinz at lh Ncrlh erdof .
a icquebl '
The rescue of Taj I lor Whiggery. I f We wereo LFTrE1 Journal Readirn ooia. Adamstrpft, tunninc South to McCart pfscet, .
their publication. bcautcoos lW. cr, Lorn lit bjns'sbhi, FROM GOVERNOR SEWARD.AVBURN .
'faI.ikiee! 1S41 29 ihfnceEa t'to llteEa-'lern limits, of thfitvtherci,
admit the fact, the conclusion would by no July 's. >
\ Oixins he
On motion, the meeting adjourned.3AM123 gladness ojeI July 15 1S49. North. tc, its Northern !limits, thence West, to Adams j p
'mcatr follow. \Vhal is the South to expect : J. PITi'MAN! Chairman.K. I llatf dcsi nc'l for man's limd bosom, Proclamation by the Governor. stree!. :
ialf a creature cf the sky. Gentlemen '
from Taylor Whiggery 1 Look a moment at S. DiCKsox, Secretary. -Your letter inviting me to participate WARD No commencing at the .North end if 0
VOLUNTEER TOASTS. in the celebration of the recent anniversary Adam* street, thence South lo.McCarty street, 'J, .
its composition, faflsee' bOW utterly unfit it is of Independence, by the th.-r.ce. We t tothe Western limits v the City,thcc
l .D. P. F. Newsom of the Whig citizens
Fourth cf July at Wacissa. >y thence Las( to Ar-
and Soethcrn interests.It of North to Its NortTiem limits, 5.
to guard protect Philadelphia, was receireil
day. Thr> Slate ,f South Carolina : FarriTd when I ains street.WA . ; .
Is true, The iVesicfcr.t 5s a Southern man, '11! o ever glorious I'ouith*!rj: anniversary fortlie wisdom oilier statefrnfii: the equi'y ofhei was so intensely engaged !ia professional du- ] D No. coniraenclnz at tfca -ilifcrserlion: fAdain

shorn hifn&elf of sill national _thb that lu and the of her citizens lies at Canandiagud, aa t td prevent rra from thence Soul b through I
but he has voluntarily ol our jubilee tlay gate s, t hos-pitality ; nd.. lilectiun of Mate Scrtatoi.ACANCY $ and AtcCarty streets, .
strength, and he stands in the highest office fi et dom to millions-that founded in asylum a bright model of pa'riot isn; viitise-i t chivalry i r rnr u bcasonJlbla! acfcnowledgmeftf. I \ having cccnrnd tn the office "of Adanu street to 'tlie Scuthfin liaiits of the City,
of clime and and honor of il.efcritUiteSl cannot now perform that dtfyrted duty w'iihr>nt A thence East to the Eastern.linitsthcneeNorth tuMcCarly
for the made she remain
oppressed every ; ma ever one Stale Senator in tbeTwrti.h; Senatorial District, .
in the world, Without or influence. street, therce Wo'ttp A<5an3.irreet.WAJID
power conviction
all sovereigns, was celebrated at the Head cf jewels in ihe diadem of our republic.Uy expressing my of the truthfulness cca4fooed by the resignation ol the Hon. J.-oph
The officers of his Cabinet having the largest Navigation on the Wacissa ll'Vcr, by a large John A. Edv.a.tls. The Oid Dominion I and just ire cf 116 views of the rtsponsibiliiiesof B. Watl3 : a ishercty OiJerf/, Thai an election behelt -\dirris! an'd No McCarty ominenc.ngji\: reels,7 thence\ the Sauth intersection tbrruahAda'ns of ,

patronage and most exten 5Ve influence, ate concourse of our citizens in a hot patriotic : The firm and determined stand! she has I the Whig party, which you hdVe exhibited. < in nest sail, \n District fill JiLl v>n Monday, the fi'st day ot October >ireet tO the SontKettu Umita .of the City, **

'Undoubtedly free.so.1 men. His most active and enthusiastic manner. The tty was most taken for the maintenance of Southern right* Lv\peienb: has sitown, that th'c counsels of nnder vacancyGiVeri icy -hand, and the great F thence '.Ve4 to Boi.le7ar3 Street, thence North to I !

the wotting men of propitious ; not a cloud was Visible i in the and Southern instittitiohs mrs with! our that party lead to doaieslic prbSpeiitwhile Sjalofllis State of Florida, at the McCarty! s-tretr, thence East tp Adams street. %
and zealous supporters, they aie iir.bsed wilh national moderation in the City W.vlftD No. commercing at the intersectiorvrfMcCarty
and {SEAL ? Capitol ql Tallahassee.h'n
blue vault of heaven ; the air was balmy, hearty we are ready whpnV cii-
his party, are of ihc same stamp. The rftan response magnanimity. Hut there is now opening i | bunt day of August. A I). and Boulevard! streets, thence South
tool and the glorious orb of in sis arrives $ fo a .
bracing ; day, tm'nnusoinbus upjxrril'ilo our field actirtn .ISIO.and American Iribepe&uenre thronah Roulcvard street (theSonthero limits of
who is selected and btationed at Washington all his majesty, rose, and resting his beams duty, and( will I be found battling: by her side cfpoliii'cil hitherlounexpltircdljy the 7 Ith year. .. the City.lh.ence WM( to tlje Western limits, thence ; s
as a leader to operate upon and cotrfrol the upon the silver bosom of the placid: Wacissa, for our rights guaranteed to us by l&e! 'Constliuliou. parties, ati'l measurably untrodden by states. ; V/. I). MOSF.LF.Y. North to JlcCatty street, tlience East to Boulevard f
approaching Congressional elections, ami'who vied in splendor \vilh the matchless beauty of men. Tnii inevitable conflict between human Attest : Governor ot Florida. street.. .
: Slavery! a id t'.Je Democratic prrcipes! of Free C. W. DOVVMNG, Set. cf StaN-. The foilmvinc gentlemen) are hereby constituted
the woodland nymphs who were promenading Hy Miss Mary MMler. The Oratnr cF the ; :
is sending secret ciicnlars through the (joVCrunietti; Idng rerressed.. has br .len) l irth ; August, IS 19. :30; t- -nt_J and appointed a Board of Commissaries of Police
hi-r batiks. It May the and g
flowery was truly a loulyscene Day : luighici't glances sweet-
their to
for that the notoiious Con.hccticut at last. Thu cf and Healthwilh authority on part
country pjrposp, -, to behold the sons and daughteis offreedcrs cst smile: fc of his flanic reward him for his noble policy abtfliihing Slavery in University cf liouisiana.AL the provi-ion of an Ordinance entitled An Ordinance

Senator, Tinman Smith, is as deepJy f : on this! I the nal.i day <>f u ir republic, arid eiihe3 opinion yf woniii' cinrl'Stcdin the Federal Hi.trtoarid) of Prohibiiing it in ::; DEPAKTJIE T-COt'RSK OF 1840-T. p. Ihe Federal Ttirritorips, has excit-d a d'buite anJ Ha1lh, .i4yuov.idjn for. the manrjer ff
) dyed in fiee-soH doctrines as the worst ofour mingling) n swoct converto with each other. his nritioii. r Lrrtiire in this Institution will commence "
%f which 'the their and pres'chbiiig their 'dnties, -
pervades Union and appnfnlmenl
enemies. The Taylor-Whig Vice President There'? a '.an 'iage that mitt, tlicie'sa] silence thatThere Uy %l. .M. Michea\ ::. Woman : lends :to distrgan!> all eihling! dislmbi pailiei and and fo'ir. months.on MONDAY() 12th .November, ai.d continue passed 'I5lh June, 1541 viz: .

'is I lb4l. In short there is pea}c s If aught: on earth ranloi il! hi- 'jilc UAKI NO FRANCIS CPPF.S, Rrjr.Wao .
as no Conlhji
J *
is so cthinc: that cannn! br toc! ] ; Its lo\in womah's cheering >tnili" IntemjiehUXs ?eal wn ci.her FACULTY. No. 2 Dr. Joni T J. WILSON' ,
Whig of the Norta, where 'I'.iylorVliiggery Thei c arc words!,itli can onl\ tc eud in ths chstlcsnd Its brightest iiie 'J, iN l list reivai'i side! of the debate, tttifatens! lh6 sulivttrsioii of! Theory and PrSc'tlre, JAM, JONF'S, M. .0. WARD No. .*}--PA%IFI. H. AMF.I, Eqr.
5ias its strongest' kola, vho is not a fice.boil .\ I Iliuli hts but I thee c.ui ual< ]..j. Is loving wnman's' kind! icglid.Ky I The Government, attd: ti-i! dissohtioii cf thfe Surgery, U'ARRF.-V STONT, M D. WARD No. -1 M.!,jnr RICH. RD HAYWAKD,
And oh the !e4itt in the lef.r.iM-s I that shine
The bosoVi I that! melt, W. S. Murphy. The LacTics : to ll.it Union ilseiT. Chetni-lry, I. L. UIDDEL, M. D. WARD No. 5-CAUEB H. L'LOOD, Esqr. ,
man-not erne. lapluresthe: .
Oj'ift-triC' itij> )
\Vhtn tilest v\ ith t-ch nt'-.t't! this c"jacisc divine occasion as the dew.diop is to (lilt mor.'iing All enlighten*. sagacJr.u? jindc n-did men, Womert and ar.u ChiKren.ascs ot \ A' "' CECA*, M' D'Anatptry. Given under my hand lliis 13lh day of JurT.,lSlU: ,
What, theti, has the ofith to expect from Iwutui1I anti Itt.! s'pe that ihe d ha- J. PERKINS, 9
t1)ukeIt 'lowers-adding a beauty and a 2est to every p'erii> Arrived 'hii slavery ., A. J. WEDPOBURS, M. D. THOMAS
this taylor 'liigeryVeTot'bcar an ansvverof The Star Spangled Hatmcr of our country, the thing. ought not to defended, and c.mnnt he protecteJ Ma'eVia fledica and Th ra- > : Inte&dauf.Allest .

our own, bftt refer our refers to tin- emblem) of a nation's fieedoni, was run aloft fly! A. R. McCall. Hen. Zicls Taylor : ( hy the ji.nver and influence of i the (Jen- relics, '': C.A.NoTTM.D.PJ.ysif.lo -GEO. W. HUTCHIJSS, Clerk.

letter Senator fiewan?, where they will find to the top of the Libeily 1 Pole amidst the The Hero of Oltee-cho-licc, Palo Alto, Rette- era! CuiLrilir.unt, r.s it has been heretofore C} monstnitor; y?and ot Pathology> THOS. HU.NT, M. D,

the strains of nmitia! music, and the shouts of as. ca de la Palin.i, Monterey! and Iluona Vista ; protected an'd defended, ?L'diu I itthe legitimate Anatomy, J\.R. LEMcaMEtt. Jl. !>. 1 0.SHI.. ,; *
lea man Taylct .
one given by n -iftg
sembled fieeinen. As soon as shb unfoj'ded by his pairioli.Mn and kah.i- hi has encircled, F con ili: .irtal ctloits Irt confine! it within the C'liucal in'tr-ii'tions wi'l ht; p Vn daily liy (lie An Ordinance esliDlish5tfa IToard of Commi ari "
Whig parly. If he, who ocglit t to Itnovv of, her stars and fctripcsto the breeze, it iVas die. u thv Mats and stiipes of his country t'. I.1I I ihe I Slates, \vhere it i is sanctioned by {Jonstitutions P'rolVnr3 in Ihe ec'enie Satyj oT th? Charity of Police and Health,and providing lor the manner

\\hat he speaks, truly represents the purpose covered that she was clad in motitni: ><{ for the effulgence of his own glory, an'J erettrd for and laws it is eq-ially apparent; that the Hospital The facilities and 5n the oflVred Arnpiiheatrs.for the study cf Practical ""dutie-: ot their Paed ap1.ointrnett 13th June,, 1S41.ami prescribing
and aliii of the dominant party, surely South. I loss tof one of tr not ilijiiiguished and gift. himself a nionumenl in!I the hear.3 t ca* griteful withdrawal c1 that protection) and defence will I Artfttoiqy and operative Surgery, an crr great SECTION I. Be it ordained ly (hrlith'ndanarnl

trnhig papers might find others to re- ed sotis-'--one who had fi'Kul the measUni of people.Uya K>ti5e the spirit of fat!ion and secjilion. Whit islbjecls being! furnijhed fretot charge. City Council i f TuUutiasste, That it shall be the

and denounce besides d'imoira for his country's honor, and won for himself a I Lady, (leorge \'asiiuilOn and IMMIjamin other jJarty th-ui: tte Whig party has fully : TEIIMS: : duty of the Intendant,4mrcediaey! alter the pasnaceof I

Broach fame as laVtfrg as his country# records.At : Franklin : The hler and Sage of Airterlca adopted as it? bisis the inalienable! ri/hts of Ticket each Prt>((fb3' this ordinance, or a sogn thereafter as may be.lucausclherilv

uniting with frce.sollers. Itat n'd : to be a twelve otlocli, the maitial dniiii and ; The tenijitalions: : of earth t-ould not linn, and i is therefi.re, so well qualified to divorce Ticket for Practical Anatctrr, \n IK.Matriculation > the uiannipr tobe that laid in jndpnent oiTintofivedistrictsu best compcrt waiils,
in may
"Whig covers a multitude of shir, ana1 silence spii it.stin ing f-fj( ; summoned us to the Rostrum sedUcr the pad iolisni of the one, whilst the the Federal Government from slavery ? fte, ice, 3.:5) 1.0Dirtloma wit! lfcep'ibic! good,whicli districts may becLatpcd

cspbses nobody.GE erected in lL'.l grove fur the Header and lightnings of Heaven yielded to the philosophy! What other party has so implicitly ado; ted N charge for oltpndince on Ilietlfspital.GUS1 !. ou or irtcrejr-ed iu .number a* the public convenience
Orator cf the day. The exorcises commenced of ihe! ttirr.Uy ihe principle: : cf l the ibsoluiu! wipienncv cf the A VUS A. NO IT, Al. I) .Dean, nav retpire ; anJ ,to appoint lr. m among the members

>. CASS.-We are sorry not to be abc! by a most fervent, vloquent and appro.ptiate 15. .V. Iwards. Mij.! den. Wiiineld laws, and! is i t cp'fine, sovell ph-pared lr New Orleans, July G, isiii. 'M-|w_ citizens bf ,the one City cotnmi.-Sary' Council for, or each fn in ol the the said body distiici cf iLe;*

to lay before cftr readers this week the ab'eletter prayer offered to tT'A Throne of Grace, Scott : The greate commander ci'ihe age ; repress fact ioii ? The exigency of the ttin'-s General Orders. or ward-i.and sha'tl; annually Ir.efrafter. iu the month
Dr. William F. IFarriWn. The drclara- that ihe shall rf commissary for eac'i of Ihesaid
While by unequalled cither in ancient or tiiodern! liinci- ; requires vcrnmcnt combine Ja-tu-iry appoint one
of this s'iie&man.
t disttngfti&cd EXCtT1VK Jp.tiTiEcT,
tion of Independence was read by WILLIAM lie has by a st :ics of the most sp'endid vie- buth these principles !lii its actiu avdiuig onUui .. e, July ,'">, .. warda t r dilricfthat may r.cvv or t.ereaUer be
; and till thai
and the Boutlhe laid oll'ui the said city,
Benton Clay are deserting any iac.ir.cy
H. AHUNDKLL. lq in a manly an4 impressive tories ever recorded on the |pages cf history one haiid any concession? to slr.Vsry beyond % N EiXCnON I is htrret-y OiderttJ) lobe hel.! in occur Irom time fo lime in the board, vtlmh
still stands by her, nobly asserting lier con style. The. Oration was delivered by encircled the fl.ig of his country with intper- the !letter of the Cunstitiition, aiii ua the ._-1 the Fourth Brigade ol Floiidi jMilitia, oh the shall be dr-nominatc'dtbp! .Hoard of Cenmisiaries ot

fctilutidh.ilte'ats against til the ttta'cha of Jr.) Micrtvr ;-a prcduction: replete u ilk pal.liottu i hablc honors, and won fur himself a lime; other, inteciperatti 7-at! which appeals fnn) tiit Mjririay io October nest, al the pt.tceappoint Police and Health. And tie Inteudant shall cause
ed Uv. for the elertitJn of Officer
sentiinents, anJ in gloui! which will! when con IliStcd to violence And sedition' by t'oi'uty :*, for a public notice, by advertisement i'ne< of the iiew-
Wilmot Prfcviscmn) or abolitionism in any poitrayin g peiish only an: admiring auttiorily E'ri idicrfieneraHw; ; Pll the vacarcy cccasionerj hy tor bast$ loarvreks, to Iveiv..
ether fehapc. We have no hope that .otitli.rn language! thu trials and patiioii&m of the matrons : and grateful country shall cease to eiiS!; It hasaiv'vays seenicd lo ise that the \t'JijgI the K-si nationof CeilChre! < J'jtne.; et ijeernuthediv c *lib cr.in'.larin ut and.: limits of.the districts or i
; and heroes of the revolution, and ihe jzloty I Uy C. (I Edwards. The memory of I party, through its long and ofien dishearten Also! an F.'ecliou' i he-ttj Ordered tol'eheM! in wards w liert they -hall have been laid 08, and of-ary '
tth'igs will repair the gross injustice they and fame of our great and glorious Itepub- Gai-ie-s Worth and Polk! : A jral 'lUl uftiisJRuifiums ing; trials, was acquiring the firmness, the Ihe Third I5nsaii: if Florida Miiilia, at the titneanJ change of a'.leratton that tim from time to- tim b f

did him daring the late canvass { bm we will lie in her present proud( cut ious and elevated hit ir loss ; their irumes alike ent-orn- consistency and tim discipline tieceszary to places above t'y' the specified resignation for of.en.a Grimier; Sahiuel Gereral riiselUo occaiion'd !. made"tht be rein, an'! the each mime.tvard of! the c'j district.commissary- .that

in our next let him ppcak Tcr tie1ft show' position! 'ot! grandeur and rcno n. The gifted passed by tie Ju tie of their renown have become eitablti Uto 5n.tict! the ctHhitry eafely through ,\
bow unfutiickdcre the charges so unscrupulously oratnr was ire icntly interrupted by lini sis ofapplairtefrimTJaiJ i'Jcntii'ed! with the honor and glory of this its rellrst etiiergency. I agree, iheieI'on \h*. Cavalrv; Rc .ment rt the Secrad igo.de.FUoridiIjihtia the (July of the enmiare% of police! and health*
;Jgltcd! auditory, and do. their country. *} niosi cort-iilly with )o>: in your opinion! o:> the first Monday in OctoEer cp>:tat.ilic eei.eral.y toive that the oidinanceszrd regulation
urged agtJiibt him. feed his uloijiien! &'"rrss by a feeling! t tiibute of U. M. :M. Micntu.Vacisst : Fie this of the! importance of inrt.caing! : its priiltiples pac4: :. appo'.ri'H- by Ia\V for occalloiife'd the election .f County. of Ihe City Council!, i in relation (to police and health, .
Olf-cei", tf. the racan y by the reig.na'n enforced. II shall be the duty of each commissary
\\'ILMIXCTOX: X. C. July 20.=-We rjuo't? respect tx :!he memories t>f thv matn.us of the epi.ch shall again dV.4rn upon the American now i'.jore zealously and energetically! than ever of CoI..SamnelS. f are to visit ffqiteritlyf and as otten a* practicable,

teMjlutin;:, atd retired from the roatruin horizon, may this jimptd stream bear on its )before, and rejoin; that lb j first permanent O.Ticercommanding Rrigd's i Ue irsent3? 1att. eVery pert of his psctite dislftctan'd vtarJ,and t trciiotl k
'as 'current rates to-day, yclhnv dip 2 t20. amid ihe clieeis of his fellow citizens which bo-sotn a steamer to facilitate our enterpiise Administration which! I the Whig party has called I. ion-,, and Compar.ie*, within this State, axe hereby I totreInU: >!xiaiitalUiclatii>nsoft!>eoidinanreii E--

virgin dip, f 2 6B, Rtd hard turpentine ai made the welkin ring. After an hour's re. while in infancy, and turn Opo'i us naviga. into power has (fully' a tid! completely indicated (limits requited of t to their carry respective into ellect commandW. this Order. within the and regulations of the city Ihathe may b< able to
tG bl
$1 12a C'l 13-chiUngat theM-prices. cteatiim, l by promenading! ii: the! grove and tioa's; richest its pifnciples, its uijJuni and its patriotism. % 1). JIOSELCY, Governor. defect duty he; and may particularly observe in any report ot the any city dereliction officers or

Arrived dcring the \ 'eeh rpvards of 3,600) partaking (..fice leinnacl: and j.ouiid: cake, the July 23, IS ID- 2t1iJvE.'ptihtiranNew. night watch-to inquire into,and cause to be remor-
barrels.Nnwncnx Ladies uerc handed to the I DIiiHcr Table up. J-'iom ike CiarlonPIOGRESSIVfl .Mirevrt,*. I am, with great respect, 3-Sentinel. and Ocala Arjjmv ed, all obstructions in the streets, side-walks, or art
on which a sumptuous repast Was piepaied, : VTHIGGERY. Your humble Servant, \ ill copy the above until the 1st October,and *>end (the public squares, in viobiiou of the provisions of

-Tilly 1 7Z.Var1 Stores.-Turpentine composed of all the luxuiies and delicacies of, Many l of our cotcinpot a ties in i ihe South WHIIAM II. 'ivtin. bills to the Office Secrttary of State. the ordinance relating to streets and side.valkar.d

continues to arrive but ppir5iigly; and the season. After the ladies ictited, about seem io be in tluubt as Jo wh.it son of Adminiitration Uerij.iniin .Matthias, I 1). 15. 1 Hinnnn 1 George zecutv<* Department, ) cau.4eatl to cau e I nuisances he said ordinance in any part to be of rigidly the said enforced city to b-j!lo

the price steadily advaiiTini; liui rVached 52, two-hundred gcntlemon dined we tave: placed in Washington under I > Tallchtoitrc, Jufy' !, 1 3 19.FT <
: (Mineipailv upon T. .rfrn. Ci.a.ies I). L>Ur' ml.! John MeCanaics TioVe-lor abated, and tar( that parpcse to examine
10 f'r Od dip.Uui 14 ofVIi-itt aJ J years Trout, taken ficsb from the limpid ti ean. tin auspices of tlen. Tailor. Foj: their i liii.uiiinat 1 II.! K. Siionj, Jusq! U. Mjers, VhO IS shaLl HF.PEBY be ciH'o'ntct ORDF.IIK1)! by the, That several those Judsj.'S ptrsonsJ. ofi'robale I into any hauseor' back-yard here he may have cscs'*
Kild latt weK at $!JCO() for thfe former) and After the cluth was removed a number < flegiilar ion, we lay befure I them a letter which Coinaiittee. \ of tl.is
,2., firth--* Inner; but t-,3Q for Virgin may an.! volunteer toasts weie drank amiiiet has j'ist appeared from governor Seward, now -----.4'Ir-- __ held for County Officers en Iloiviey the r rsf. 'day: of deietenou; : Pi-otuln1f matter may That have no conmisary been suffered shall ioaccii-enter*

t,e coiihidon-d) the highest }ric at pri vnt ; u' ( thr deafeni'.ig thetrs bf 4l! p.swnbly. a Senator !;nm the State of I New York, and October n lot of ISO Iihs!>! scraps; sod! to.'iay at SSl.fci for ; ThCnrtijiatiy ieiV.Sintd Until Illy In !:: eve.uing chrtt'di.ptiiisVr on the nart of tlie Adminislra.tion Let tlis virtues of Corbstt's Concentrated Syrup for Otiicer iIhe! Florida Militia, ordered to out first siting the owner or occupant thereof notice.

tJyObbls-Tr, but huhof this arJitle! ani- I the ladies having; been gallanted by thegintJerftoii of the Goreriitneni UVtirs ami tJlFweg inthit of SaraaparlHa be Known! be held oil said tirt.Ii'ndav%v. D. AiOSCLEY of October, Governor. end Bet( .v ben (the hours of S o'clock, A. M., and 5o'clock b

ling, may be quoted at $tIO a 1,1.'), i-i a slnct cf boats tin the river to : Slaty t tnA i Whigjei-ting! in PMlidt'Ij! ; ; : Ti.e uiulersiirmil* troubi.xi aboMt tour \ears July 2S, tSI 19. dp tvvr be so construed, P. M. ; nor a* shall to prevent anything a commissary in I this ordinance flora

enjoy t tha cool and iefvtJiin M'a bieeze, I TheelfUii1:)!) of GYi. Taylor to thb l'riI\: I Siiictvntl ScriiuI.i. and tn> er.tral health not good.I >- All the paper in the,SJale will copy thi or- I beyond the limits ol his owndistrici overjwhict; '
I 2 >lul! li> !J- SIlinighl, iM Dtol I liiii >Uce, dr till October,and send I'ills! to I the Oflce of the acting
dency hot >h have | | |
hiOI : o thrown
Mn. Cett.Min Fj.ii.ND3 AT WORK.'The tie up )ii the "eiitle wave, flesh from the appears; only i to he hasoi.Ly a moreimmcdiate and particular control.!
ii-i! (h'r<'rli 'ti i ifm I.ar"-ij! rt j.n.incfd: Using Cur- of Stale.Froblamation.
I 8th inst., i.otkcs Ihtt an hal at l.anrens C. the w.iriy, and having: fceltjbiatcd it as became I the Souh in t the Free Slater, hut to have emhjldcned tUIiJht! it riiMbe! nrces-iary h r nelo t Jce it by the Governor.I dlher.ward.:; or districts. .,.as the public, good may require.

II., of a pack ge cunUVnln* one hundred and Americans we letnrned :to our) happy' homes them to u. sun e an air of arrogance flti&\ ; (itnc. tjfin. hi badly di>c-iled lhal a lar eScroliilo'Js SEC. .t Kc it furllitr at dained. That the commissaries i
fifty( abolition documents. 'i'1ny 'tC diree. with "latsful a iivarls t& lire t Author of ail gftid and uiii'r.: Afltr'declaring hiaiiill l hi fa. t-tcer lU'Velojiet! tStH"Urllm! ;- and cf police. shall jointly constitute aboard- cf

ted to thu po.itmai.u-r, pc sl.i )nnld] and now5t iir the protection of our civil and rvli'nJslibcities. vcr tf; pruhib'ting, by art ConjiieMs, biavt'ty Spreading A rotViral'iimto sotdl-e lif-alth y t.ndt-r I C.as I he d!fell*ipaiUJ..f side! cl, an'Jscriom my throat health for tf.e rty, and be required frcm in time relation to time f
mark width! detect from (:flt 'ring o'Jr Terril.uies and !o make to the CoUneilsuch suggestions to
| by to their origin. abolishing i doubt i were cnlerUined by my phyaifcianS au.5lrien Ihera'advisa-
the : to
tha health of city s s may appear
it in ih(5( Uifelritt of Col'Jrilbia, aid cmifiniiMr I Is this the REGULAR ble dndon the .ulual introduction mere apprehension
entertainment TOASTrf. ;
(ans a cntctnporary it States in whiihi I commenced Inking Cerbeit's SvrUp bf SiVsapaiilla. .
to iie it zuo e3isti, Ii sn sI of contagious orinlVclious di ease. may con
) to which the iJouth was ii.vitcj, w hen I 1. The d.iywt; Cflebrale : The ahniVcrsd-: %'Iiat otlior 1artS' tIizt tt: %Yhtg Ii.t:: I and N.KHJ fitdnJ relief.In bf state Scr.atur.A suit. ilk oner. more physicians of the city,acdrecoiamenu -
: I the OOIre nf
ant lour Weeks afler commenced tAinij it VACANCY having occurred in
called upon touta for Gen. Tayldr! It is ry of a nation's lleudonu, It \\l\l\ ever stand Iilly: dLptL'J ? its I'isis thin izthi2utle! u 'Ms tilrer! wa-? healed up. Alter tlkat I Iva Ihcn ah- State Senator iu lh- Sixteenth Scnalovial District lo tiic the adoption of Ihe CoBneiltruch introduction of tne-sss-thSarae

such as might be expected under an hdidinis- illumined in the lihet point of a peopled of man, and is the;culre o well (jtiahT'ed l<) I sent abotit f-jtir weeks on a journey, but taking none occasioned by ttie resignation of tht> Hon. ores to, aa present nay setintw spreading them expedient or and peeper;
ration \vhuse chief aflections and anatioii'ralituJ -. The biSgh! dinuc.' t lie Federal I (iuxernKirnl l lioni slaVery of the S>rdp uitli, me, the humor returned and an.I F.rasinus I). Tracy : It is Xci'q Onlired, That n and in cases o* eisergency, that may not admit of
is incompetent, antlu ma.t I of votarieroffieedi.m What ;.tiel'! ucrr art-vv tSiuleS: hij' ?tlirnat! larger and mere elect ion he held inlaid Disti c.vO Monday, I thefirst '
culminating star hope iu the ? other: party h.s !imrilicitly; ido.! d.Itrna at once adopt such precautionary mea-)
t Only of whose members are abolUiotihts! and : ] ro.-tnMable than I lit rttft.AlVr day ot October next to till said vacancy. ures as the public safely seem to require-ar thtojiuut! may
tho tell] hci
; I i wiuld.Z. ( plintijle of i lie absnlite: Mirenacv: | : of mV M'irn! hi ho t coRimrncPil taking Ihi3Srrup Given under my hand and uh go-at seal of
Irce scllr. The Meu'OJyof S'.tsliegtiiu! ; the Father the! Liu-s ahd i ii tljrt'ore:; JTJ rr'! jrurjrf // fain and in a few \vn-kp the ulcers ere lieaVtd the State of Florida, af t IhL Capitol in generally of to the adopt City such Council measures, as in, subject their to judgment the approval

of his Country : I His! nairtte: ) Js bnliitn'd; in ihiheaits rejircxl faciwn 7" up,and Ii'4 e so remained ever, since. My health [sE.ti-3 I tif City of Tallahassee, this 25tli& day be calculated fo promote the health qt.ihe city, hw:
Dsat! cf of i-i now fully restored, am ((0 tIis{ iiivaIk; in>-(Ucirutii oh! Jdly, A. 1). 13 19: aii l of Ai ricanIndepertlce rnny
DsreSiv the talk
St Polk, Atiieiican people ; his fame is Thi', is very plain ibid We lil'.ti it tX.ceedingly. a'onpallriljnl! Src. 4. .Indie itfurtfier ordained, That all ordinance
I Liin. the 7lthcar.
) > ) spared an early
eternity t ihe world his monument.iL I It t clabhS! for the t\\\\\\'' thdt my ; and parts of ordinance conflicting with the
At a infctiftj ,f the ciiizehs oT.Marlar.na ; paitVi ti.1!sufltfiiiS dcit 1*. ... ., t >\ WILLIAM! I). and the :
and] bt-U The President of the LnU'! l States : Hv t this i ;jlaity: i : abJili: hib: fully d.h.pted. aft ilk ba.hi F-rEEMAI: nAMiot,. Attest : Governor af bitoi.ht provisions of this ordinance, be, saze are
the !
( vicinity, at Chiirch in iiereby repealed.
Episcopal his L.thitilin; I' H, i.n. L I, It?. C.V.. PO-T.MNG, cf Slate.Jnlv2S .
pitiiotiMn and valcr in t the field! of b..lllti l the iualieilable lights of man, and I it. Secretary Approved 2oth August, !S-I1.
JMariatma, 14th July, ICHU, to render appropriate lit has Vindicated the lights uf his contitry* anJ:] I therefore most admirably qualified to ili. State of N. H., MerHmacli, ss.J.mu.iry ISt'J. 29-lUwXf ( I
I It I, I3W.PcMor.ally : I 5 { : Sentinel. Rppublican and News, Jacksonville! .
limunials uf to the late JAMES has added the Federal "
icKpecl additional lubtn to thu Am rican Dice Gnveniiri fr&iI SlIt'try; ?ared Ihe siboVe irarned !Freeniaflllainiiioiid will copy till! l.-t October, and acnd bills to the Of- EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, 7 I
K. POLK, Cal.)! Jame> J. Pitlnian Was called An:.'. May! his adiiiniftiation[ of t ihe tJov.efniufnt and] as they uphold *'loS principle uf ihe su.pietnuey 1 ;and ap undUe Solcii.il oath to tlif ttUth of I the tic** of S*>cretarv of State. Tallahassee,June 26tb, 15-10. > ,

to the chair, and Hubert S, Dickion) appointeJBecrctdry. finally redound to the honor and ylo. of tile lawsJ no other parly ban l hit i abore! 5telI1.Iit. GOVERNOR: (;ENIrR 1. ORPER'4.) L ;
ty ol> ins coniti'. *0 tidl prepared repress fotlitm." The liclore mb; j U' CLEM \NT.IVotary A NfU-ctton is hereby ordered to be.bc.11 in tl..TL .
1. The Consii'.lltirtn! of our Country : The.groat faction( which the Whig parly am 5d trcll Public. first Divt-ionof the Florida Mititia.ou the first
The meeting ha'-'Sng been called lo order, Charta ofnur liberties I'j consists! of $!ae of N. \\l.. Blerrimacfc. ss.J > Monday in October nest,at the, placss! appointed b.f ,! ;
Mgna bond
; prepared ,
I a rrpmsi course ofthofce
; '
1 .
I 1.1 \f9.\ $ law for the election of County 0Ectr{ lor a Mijo( 4
It was opened with !l7 Mr.! latnblcloi.! if union cetncnlrd thu best blood who LI5 Aiiii-SIaveiv iniiary
prayer : by our >|tpoae policy- Ii Alice Ii )Hitrmond, wit- of said Krevman llam- General command said thsiohto.fiIL tlir vacancy f
At th rt'T-est oldie chair, Col. Milton explained revoln'ionary ancestors } a euniMft| of ex.presstd in plum wonlo, thu oouiheni Stales, bevondKenlocky tnrnr!. reruiiy u to [IhetrUlhul t.he tho11e and know it H ovcasione'd by the reiignatio'a of Gen. William
del' nted iovet'r. upon tlut strict con. and :JJhsonri: iindsr thu t inlluenteof i lube true. .Ai.iciB HAMMOMX Bailey. jAiil
the object of tho Election df State Senators.A aneiecli >b i is hereby craeredrfo be held in
meeting.A. (
>triietion tjf which l dejientis t the preeeriation of Mr.l Ciay and t Mr. UiMiton. elhts In JliVor: Sworn lo before,me, the tecond; lwi ion.of the Florida Militia rn the
L. Woodward, Lq., moved the nppoitii.hiehl our glorious Union. of hU uuieastiu Cs. We like :iii reference to JV CI.EMANT, Notary Public.! VACANCY, hayins ofcurrfd in the ot'.ce ol fust Mot-day of October> next at the places appoint

of a Cominiilee to prcpuit) ; resolutions t,. Southern l Rights and ijoiithrtn tiK'.ilutions CUTCIOU. It shows us lo what a pilch of in.solence -KD\VARI. ) KlMNLEYJc CO- Sole Agents, State i'enatrr ih the e'gbth' 'Senatnrial. District. .d by law lor the elect sen nf Cbnhty OfEcetn. for.1
the death nf Hon. Jan.t-s U 1' Lormurr, and in
I Kus. 3aii-l I South side 1'unui I I ilalli J'o$lun.Li by Major Gent-ra! to command said Division, to fill thq
oppropriale lo (lie occasion, and <>xpivjsiv! : (Guaranteed Ions l-y t the CotiMiiiiliiuof and audacity mlr inUi'nible feequieSCHiitu thirteenth & flf the sense of thin iin-cling. in reference lo oiircojiilry are rt'Jtdy! ajid deleruiiiudlo and Miliniission tu outrage .1uutl wion" : .yis &TaMaliajsee.A sirs;, I lion of lion. J. P. S.utiersnh, aIo. in the tiltetnlh G.vacancy(.'ooper. by ,

tile death of : :ir. r
Messrs. A. I.. Wt >dv\ftrd, J J. Finl. y, Wil.Jiain duty to the South, and leave the consefjuences \)*** of tlognidatioii! it has bunk us. They -------------- Aldrich : // 1., htrtly O, said districts Monday
htlll in on .
I 1J Dickon) L*. i'ittinan and William with (;iod. d-itu not oiily) In tntmple! on our rights but to MARRIED, tuber liCSt, to till said Vacancies. tjutred ihe.nf toccr'y iato effect commands this order, and within kerelurus lLe.liin- i.ln I

31cNealy, oil taid CoiniHitlrjp.On 0. John C. Calhoun, the rcat SoUtiifrii threaten us with chastisement) ; by thd Tederaljoveinment fly the IJt'v. P. 1'. Suiilli, ort the evening of the Oiven nnUer mv hand, artl the seal of according jiieirfespeotive to law. m <

motion cf C. C. You e. a Committee Statesman : 11 Cr finn and unflinching !fiiciidin ( And this is lo L'u done by the 2Clh ult-, Mr. C.. JI. URA.N.NKH, of Mossy Creek, the Stale oi Florida, at the Capitol W. D.QStLFX. .

\vag, appointed Iu teloct all orator to deliver a every crisis ; whilst others hate deserletf Whig party, under den. Tayion It has alVa Jeirerson County, E.: Term i to Mioi MAGNOLIA M [SEAL ] in day the of City June of, Tallahassee Al>. tS4',,llii2i and .13d'>ih ( :}- All the papers in the State publish! until day .

funeral Oration on some early day. end to Jit her cauy and thrown themselves in the anus \ s eemcd to me,'* hays tfiis Wh'ig exponent BRYAN, daughter of Hardy Dryan, Cot] Thoin- year American Independence.V of( June tried ion.30, IS 152G..';. p ;

Upon the place! and tini" The chair appointed of t the abolitionists, hu, like I the Table U"bk rtnd champion, that flue \Vhig party, asville,Thomas County,Georgia.WE /. I). WOSELEY.Altesl : ,
n this Cnuimiltcn Messrs. C. 0. Yonge, of his own beloved Carolina, in its lofty gran through' its lung and often disheartening trial!*, : AK- ?lAXWFH.Set.Sentiiul Floiidj State.irj r.Medical; ; -- Notice.\.u ;--
Florjkla! KepuL'icari, $
Thot. M. White, and tins. .V. (flautier. dour lemains unchanged and immotah'l'! was ucqtiiring tho firmness the coiiMnlency arc authorized and requested fo announce Jacksonville- The Newt. Orala Argu4, ;publish to day ot ?

The meeting then adjourned till 4 o'clock 7* The Star Spangled Hjnnerofuur CoiJn-: and the discipline ntcessiiry lo enable it to Col. ALFUF.D A. FiHEK} as a candidate for reelection election, and forward accounts to office of Secrereta C..
P. :M., when being! called to ordr, Mr. Woodvcard try : Now dressed in the sablo! haljilioients of conduct tie! country safely through \its\ grraF.s! to the oHce o/SlierriTdrLeon County, at the ry ot Slate. DR'a v the practice of Medicine, Surety t''nze1eg s, aiui'otter .

rrpgrted the following Preamble and woe for the loss of one of her most gifted and cmcrgr.ncyt I agree, theiefore, moil coidial- ensuing election! in October neil. --June Id. 1549.. 2t' their rvices to the puhlic.Ollice .

Iisolutiuus diethiguhhed sons ; may it ever wave over a ly with yoti in your opinion of the Importance Notice. over DrJ; Store,Monticcl'n...Ffendal: .

Uy a dispensation of Divine Providence, free, united and happy pecjsle.e. ofineulc.iting its prhicipJex now more teal WE are authorized anil requested lo announce Months after date, -.hall apply tti the Jiuk, .Attut3t613. 3 fy :n..

JAMES K. POLK, Ki.I'rctiiieiit of the United Tho Militia! ni tho United Stales : The ouily and energetically than ever before, and DANIEL McRAENY csa conciliate for the affice of SIX Probates of Leon County tor a final settle -' ; BBLS St. Louis Float,. S

Slatef, has closed his motfal career, and we, bone and Siflew* cT the country ; they b'a'vedeiuonitiuted rejoice that (flie first permanent( AdaiinUtfa- Tax AsitutuT am! Colfec'Jor for L'eott Co'infy, u't the ment JeswTowneniarul ol ny account? as Wanifl a5nnnitialor Town-tend oftna, deceased.Estate. _.)_14 2Obbls.CjncjrnniIFtor34) / .., ,1, ]

desirous of tfslilying our high estimate of his to tIe! vi'oild that we need no li.>n which the Whig party has Cfilled into election in October next. of and) for a final dichare Iroirl (-Klmihiftration of I' Wbiskey; "rT iiO'fJ

moral worth, and public service and character standing armies fur tho, |Jiolec.tion of our liber. potter, has fulli! ) and completely indicated its tlieseMtites, Alt persons inicr led will take no- IQ) ) Ibs.L.con Sidesj -

talc this mod* oOxprfcMii our senti. ties, for the ensairgtiined bailie.fields of Mexico principles, its tmf/ort, and i'.s! palrotis.n."' ( j-V.'sare authorized an.? requested lo an'nnunce lice aceorjln lr.HKXJAMIX sot) Ilia Lbs.S Harus. F f. Sal t*.low L bvi -. -.

inents, and rendering due tribute to his me.morj1. have proven them to b'e victorious. Here is a plain! intimation, : not only that Mr. OSCAR A. MYEilSa* a candidate for JhpolScoofClcfk >- -, ; < .MANNING'is oyAjCei.t.toaft, Adm'r. { S. S. KNIGHT.XV. ; '

0. The Army and Navy of the United this is ihe policy of the Wliig pcr'ljb'u't that of Leon Circuit Court, it the ensuing election (null i-.JamesT.rnstl'W connected A rc'hfrtC-wiyi the admiuistratiim ni of July 7th, IS IO. 2 7

4 ft i is th-reforfc as the sense of this tn'eel.IItf States : The pride and glory of the American the Administration' of General Taylor will enforce In fcttiKer neit.irepectf thes* estate* D. il. 'tJ
)f* ** people ; by their chivuhy and honor they il. Democrats of Ihe South WhigS of July 2 .1 S49. 20 :rnTUST S DZLwoT1i,] .) ''I i

Jlcsolrrd That we dopply deplore the event have elevated the name of their country Jo the the South was it for such ends that you placed OCT" I1y announce tnvself to my the fellow-Otriceof received% (roni New Orlean-i, Nesf Siar .7fl4 & 3Th, J I )

by uliiclt our country ba loci her late hiotiord liigbeid pinnacle of fame. ihU Administration in power ? When citizens of Leon County as ucaadiJjte for Shies and Shoulders, (a nw arliclej J to. ATTORNEYS AT LAWj
3 faithful such vouch for its sustain Clerk of Leou Circuit Court, at the ensuing election Haiui 3U LbU. Flour for F.' l !
< and timable chief* magibtrate 1(7.( Agriculture, Commerce and Manufacture men course, can you liar Cured r by iMONf rCETLLO. FLORiD.Y.Julj ICoiit1os

devoted patriot and profound Statesman 1 Equal prelection) ty all ; unjust tax*. it 1 1 When such men are !its counsellors, and ( in October next. JOHN D. KEEN.TalUh33iecJulTl July- 7, IS I'J. 27 JOHN JIcPOUGALt. 7, &1, :

fii tL.i& tigL& -_ dj jcnscf3 of hs favors, can you fail to'sriku 1,1319.

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A .* \J tU MOM et CJPPs.ig.4wtIbsTofif LEWIS &. AMES' Drug Store, a fresh supply

.. e ,.MM ofP.f TowD. 'd. siid BMI Mi .'Do&J>QI Middle Circuit of Florida. ; AT New and Valuable Medicines-among which Notice. |IDR.TARVIN'SlADIES'RElIEFPills I

-r r1m.. ."ll ih eH Dr. TownwRis SarMptrillt.tJfCtJfK i are the folbwing : Si A. month the underpinned. RE effectual
Leon Circuit Court.-In Chancery.ANNA SIX after date, executor ;;I ,4 an remedy for thefoliowirgnjj ;
... .K 9 ,0.1.'c. This To"uwnd" County i DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE I I Ihe hit will and testament ot Lewis i Saun-I II I! \_ nd distressing ttmale con-flamrs. : (
I .d nwr .'u; wss fiirmoflr a .acker t" b !!er!.deceased, late of Leon will hi. i crrhrzaor obstructed't'
; county !
between \ .
r..w it*Ilk* Ye h anithctttleoTDr. WELL.Administrator of William Tradcwell. DeinN and wilicure. Dynprpsia, Liver Com THE York and St Marks and will final account and vouchers to the Hon. Judge ol i or painful and impt'rftct.men5trUalron r'I '.I"w
.MirpnM ..tIm. craJlt C*wh&l t. It *K. Tl,l. I&eu- appearing to the Court on the affidavit of comJ. .I plaint &roful, Jaundice-and all kindred commence running at the opening of the tall trade, Leon Probate Cruet, anti ask lobe discharged. with ick head-achesometimesprolu: !,for, atlencVd
ito >
pMs S tatted, said> f arcbmx none bu'fU.VI"1 the a
I Solicitor lhat the defendant in lie diseases resulli tonIc
( disordered impure
stomach Executor.
plainant's rom a or and continue LEWIS M. SAUNDERS, erable timear.d tbtn entirely
HIOUrjL throughout the entire viz: snp.rsstd Cblorrin"or
OLD ) Jib f year
O. T..wa' +n cause doe not reside in FIcrida.but in stale of bl.w. July 21. ISr!. 2S6mNotice. green-sickness, Ler.ccorrl.tta
abo'utate Brig WARCALLA Jossehn Master or
svig 0 'M O4 Dr s : fciVly olOTM Wt.itu-arJ't.!
1 1IIPu.
II. C Carolina' : 11 it Ordered, That ihe DR. WORM LOZENGES.: It and eases turn *
>4 hi OC1LLA, Trim do. ;
\lnr u, it* COI of*ru. said defendant and answer the complainant'sbill The safest, most effectual, and the lochij!
Ie.t Of,, )WVa,<.* ,t..%*.. JVr COLD \ ,. appear pleasant preparation It LUCY, Hosmer, do. during confinement, Spittinof bloed! ,cr bledir.ee
before the first of Dccernbcrneit.otl before the for the eradication of WORM in |
on or
day public,
t the
II gums. ConvuNior.s.or !
SIJWANNEE, Clark do. (new.) Months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. Epileptic fits, Ln\vne4ef

erwise the same may bUken proconfeno. JlnJit Children or Ailutls. .. WACISSA Perry, do. (new.) SIX e 01( Probate in and for the County of Leon, !pit ilS, Debility and NVrveusne, Ctliteness Bar. ;
further &deed. That this notice he published in HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, *
These Brig* are.built' in the most substantial manner for my discharge from the administratorship upon renness-and miny other dUeasrs that are to ;
.ome in the Middle Circuit ol Will and of e-
Florida\vppiper for four months printed 1rsciibedbvlav.THOMAS Colds rm.vt.vT Asthma.Consumption Srillin ol Blood, ctfE Pains al the ca!cs Side, expressly for this i trade, and are commanded by I the goods, chattels, and estate of Thomas Knight, dious to mt'ntinnlhil are generally caused ly' (n c.b.
I struction or want ot tone
careful and experienced Captains. Freight and deceased. ROBERT BUTLER AduiV. in the female
pas- nilal
g _
BALTZELL,Judge. Shortness of Breathand all other Pulmonary Com or
sage at the Jowesi rates. Agent*- March 2-1, IS l9. 126rnNotice. gan*
\ July tStb. IS.P.. plaints.' COE : They promote all 1 t the secretions ;
b I n.
: McRAENY. Clerk. A I.Iln } IR
trlecopy.ltst 10 Beaver street New York. the female organism ; they refuAva
'\ + July21lb49 -2S By J. B. Kr.tN.D. C. DR. HULL'S FEVER AN!AGUE PILL obstruction from Ihe female eflVriually all I

( ., : .... ., M -- Well known as a Safe Certain, and Effectual' Cure JOHN DfI'II.lf.McN.UGHT SIX months after date, I shall apply to Ihe Hon plicated with other d'sea const a :utlOn.lJnJnll ('!.
'- .:: ,.- .' i'.' In Middle Judicial Circuit of Florida. for Peter and Apie, Chills ami Fever, Intermittent t ORMOND: le Judge Probates for the County of Gads- relieves it. Gradually intrtduced:,and into then greatly') .

b r. and all other Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-fre Newport. rlen for letters of dismission as Executor on the estate the sjiteni
.; .. ,, GathAen County.-To Fall Term, 1649. Cent per Dor. Newport, August t 12, IS451. 4 of Samuel Strickland.dec'd. late of said county. they restore a The healthy action in the uterus ar.d its';
great and
Rubert L. Edmonds,) Suit by attachment for the The abote Medicines, fresh} and genuine, are for H. II. STRICKLAND, Executor. the Ladle Relief Pills advantage all other superiority of
\ r*.. V sum of $769 20. sale by LEWIS & AMES, HOTEL, January 27, I S.I. 4 that while medicines
they eradicate
1 7ck \ HzekiahSmulh. > Bond in $1,60. Tallaha;see. Fa. AT NEWPORT SPRINGS, FLA.1ill1TIIIS body. Many person have been,cured they invigorate(bj ;

THE defendant and all other persons interested, For certificate* of recommendation and other information HOTEL has been completed and Notice.SIX these pills after an affliction of ten by the In me cf j

-k\\ ; hereby notified of the institution ot he above concerning the above Medicines,.ee future ;; ; presents to the public a desirable months after date, I shall apply to the Hen. I these pills are a perfect regulator years of the monthly sttrr.

__ suit by attachment, and are required to appear and advertisements, and pamphletshich may be obtained resort for the approaching season. of Probate (or the County of Jefferson for evacuations females. If they are profuse irr' I

DR JACOB TOWNSEND plead to the declaration filed therein within the of the : ents. I If( i is not deemed necessary to speak of t lie advantage letter ot' dismission as Executor of William II. ular, they (Ihe Relief Pills) restore them to J
time prescribed by law. Dated July 17th, 1S49.- March 18,1SJS. S.: derived horn the waters and bathing by thos who Mathers, late of said county deceased. regular period and proper quantity and
THE ORIGIN AL DISCOVERER OF THE P.W. WHITE, PIff.'s Ally.. -- have frequented the Spiings. The virtues of theater SOLOMON E. MATHERS. da likewise if they are scant cr obstructed. ,an4

Genuine Townscnd Sarsaparilla. July 21 IS49.- 23 Drugs. Medicines, &c. \ are well known, and require no adulation. Jefferson County, February 10, 19.J9. 6 6m Many females are thrown into convulsions or Epileptic .

I liv. > now honi 70 ye*" of arr. and ..InhC In addition the former attractions, an Ice Home fits by the suppression or obstruction of the
.0. To..e41.f.THOR ud> DISCOVERER of the In Chancer. EDWARD BARNARD JR., will be well filled with this desirable article, and aIint Notice. I monthly evacuations, (occasioned by cold or

r IVUINE. ORIO/.V.f. TOW.U.V: .S.fRS.t1'.fl.. MIDDLE CIRCUIT F.ORIA.I IN GADS. received by the late arrivals, a .\ Garden near by. New Stables are being e- weeks after date I will make application to I other cause) and remain objects of pity and distress seme :
BI.C p .rnmple : !h addition! to his stock cf GEN rented, and visitois will receive attention cal- SIX the remainder of their lives
ui! DEN "HAS every these pills
the ;
rhlch rn. & niftrktt, and cirimicribcd CICUT lion. Jude cat( Probate for Madi on County, ; curs by re.
1 thow who had proved lu worth, and know The Branch of the Bank of the DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of culated to make their stay at the Spring. pleasant. for letters Administration on the Estate ol John moving the cause which first produced the disea. i

who bad been h.nlcd of .ore dt e">e'. and saved Slate of Alabama, Compl't., cause, ;
Jf. Also, on hand general assortment of! I the follow take cold after or during
(roes lub pr.cllm.d In t.l.nce and wonderful r. May 26, 1S49. 21-6w which can-w/ ,
Benjamin C.WestSheriffofGad- log which are warranted genuine, viz: GEO. H. BESTWICK:, the suppression of the lecriia ; for rbat.and all simi

that be iktll. tclenrc HouckV Panecea, RowanJ's Improved Tonic Mixture lar disease, the Ladies
Kaowtaf wan had. by Relief
rur age. h. Notice.S are an .m. t..i
and .ip.rlene devitrd aa article which b of incalculable den County, and er-ojfirio adrnr. Bill to foreclose Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Brandreth'sPills Wholesale & Betnil Grocery & Provision Dealer) I remedy. They are a valuable "
to mankind tvbeo the men would be fur' on the Estate of James Innerarity Mortgage. Celebrated Month after date, I shall apply to the Hon. I aperient during con
IYDtt Sherman's Cathartic, finement
: Camphor TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. or to correct a c lihd' loto notice when lu Inulimabl..Inun dec'd. John F. "e sick-headache
unlnnl .
Intrrih'"iiam Judge of Probate tor Ihe County of Jelr..r onf for -
would Worm Cough, and Dinner Ieienges, j 4.c.
know hat Bonpland'sCelebrated
time tuiiiie ; They relieve barrenne,
b Til. constantly and for sale they
apprale \\ P '. Santiago on hand at Ihe ; renew
Utters of dismission of Esther
hi Innerarily. KEEPS Executor Korne-
the as
supplied ( Fever and Lucenia !
Ague Remedy, Cordial and
RAND ma. a.., (D V.VRQV.II.t.r.n rXF.P.IR.ITIO.Vmagufacinred Innerarity)., Lew is W. Minor and E "t cash prices, for cash, all I the article? in late of aid County, deceased. invigorate the blood. give 'nne and activity to

S on the larj'it .c*'1e,and I. called for thnmf ll<>loi p Minor.. Defendant I I Thompson's >e Water, MrMunns Elixir of Opium, tins lined. business. Flour of best qualities, Sugar, gay JOSHUA TAYLOR, Senr. Executor. the nervous system and are the mildestyr t'lh.
the and breadth of eipeeiarly at it It found Sand Sarsaparilla Turner'lI'evt'r and Ague Pills, mOit certain aperient known'
.Ib. Collee Tias Bacon
Hams they
.nttl Iud ,Soap.Candl's, Nuts,Rai are harmless and
IBrKnainc vl UflUCV.uini or wi t.iii..BM.'H. IT BEING MADE APPEAR by affidavit filed]I Tylei's ditto, Gordon's Billions and AntiUvsprptirPill March 2J, 1919. 12GmNotice. innocent in their effect For
Unlike 8. Ton end't.It with and lin".l.ard'hiriKey, and all other articles usually. young ladies who
yonni IniproTet life in this cause, that John F. Innerarily resides be- *, Beckvvilh's Anti-D\speptic PilU Peters'andSpencer's have
ae,er ebunfet.bat the betier :beraBte it prepared ton- found in similar establishments. All I arrived to the age of woman hood, and "h.
fo 1 vond the I limits of I the State of Floi ida. to wit,in I Ihe Pills and i is persons wanting a
for S. P.
The Agent Townsend's
tilt. fntcifUt by a fctntt.tc -.* hlrhett knowledce f ; to purchase any of the above articles, are systems are too feeble or relaxed to burg forward the
respectfully -
Cbumuvv. and the l lass's.ditroveriet of the have I State of Alabama ; that William P. Innerarily re- celebrated Sarsaparilla in bottles, at Months date I will the Hon. natural
an al quart $1 t per invited to call and price them before alter apply to evacuation, the Ladies' Reliet Pills
tnturo. reqnitluon in the innnnf'tttir I'r't sidrs out oft the Middle Circuit of Florida, to wit, in buy SIX are a ;
.c bottle. Alo
> superior Lemon Sirup, prepared from t e of Probate for Gadsden County for lettersof I prompt and efficient and
The art pnriila it It 'ell know n medica! hag elsewhere. : ; remedy ; old ladies, who
ront &
"prl. the of Penucola in IheSlateofFlorida that
..entl. many medlCllal properuet. and tome pro|" riic City ; pine Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable! : for the Store 'formerly occupied by L. & II. Greenberg dircigiion from t he administration of the estate of are about passing the critical period ot lite,\tm de!
I resides the :limits of I
which are Inert or awi.. and others, w hich If rrtamed in pre Santiago Innerarity beyond I sick or ordinary use than that usually sold, London James H. Gibson, deceased. rive much benefit from 1
& Co. of Monroe and Jefferson an occasional
streets. of
Mnnf ( produce ftrm.etuttv and U in* Florida, to wit in the of Cuba that Use these
n DN. ebieb Island .
I Slatf ; Porter, .c., &(
R. E. GIBSON Adm'r.March I pills they will
rariout &the a"R. &me lt the proprrttei of SartapanUari Lewis W. Minor and Heloise Minor reside I Maj 12, lStf 19.Groceries. ; serve to keep np. and assist nature !
\ r*. li.,. that they entirely and lot in thepreparation. beyond June 10. ISIS. 47 10, 1S19. lOtJmNotice. in maintaining, a healthy action in
1 -------- the uterine
If they nre 1.1 |> a $/e frotin, the limits ol the State of Florida, to wit, in the State tions fcr several func
known oil)' &thute experienccil II itt mtonfnrmre. Moreover of Virginia : It it tfurtfare Ordered, That the Fresh Groceries. &c. I \earslonger.
9 ltltii frnttfln whlrh Hy | or at eihnla- named j These pills are the result of much and long
Ie nll.pr. said defendants do and the bill I 1r BAGS RIO COFFEE expe-
heat.are the very frtftrtitt Jibe appear answer receiving Irom New Yolk and New Orleans i I rient'e,and have been
'IL "W.t.l.c lcl JUST O IX months after I shall the Hon. long used by the ;invenh> with
date to
ei4. ..11. .\U i Itt nlal. complaint fled therein, within the times limitedto I and choice assortment of Groceries ItS do. St. Jomin o tJo. apply ; the and.
Anr peraon ca. boil or stew' the root till they eel a dark colored them respectively that i is to say-the said John I of Bacon Hams consisting 5 do. White Java do. O Judge! probate for Ihe county of' Jefferson, for happiest most universal success ; they are

liquid. which It more f inn th, c.ilonnf mater in lb. rnol Innelrily, Leis W. Minor and Ili-loi.e Minor n part Sides and Shoulders, 2 do. Brown do. do. letters dismission, as administratrix de bonis non J composed entirely of' vegetable substai.ce They
ton any tbinf else; thy u. then susie Ibl.lnalpld or vapid IF. Mackeral No. 1 and 2, Candles, Snap, Flour Coffee act favorably, both as a mild
the with the will annexed Jeremiah Johnson late of aperient and tonic,
llqald HI'. wllii tuur iuni! "'" and then call II "SAR. period of four months from the date of F Lard, Tobacco Teas Almonds, Candies, New Orleans 2 BbU. crushed Sugar all constitutions and on
BAPARILLA EXRAlT. fVRL'r." But tnch i. 101 the I the first publication of this order; the said William I &c.-which 2 Boxes Loaf do. laid rount v,deceased. MARY S. JOHNSON. without injury to any. They

artlel GENUINE known OLD Ihl DR. P. Inncrarity within the period of two months ; and I Store Sugar removed, next door I offer to John low W.f r cash. Gshen Butter Box, and Pine Apple Cheese, Supe- Jefferson County,April 7th, 1S0. 1 11 what have been their prepared with' great care, and are indeed
JACOB TOWNSEND'SSARiJAPARlLLA. Areyle's. name implies Ladies'
the said Santiago Inneratity: within the period of ci i\: JOIIlIcDOVGALL.. pericr Family Flour Cider and White Wine Vine- testimonials of their Pill,. Many

Thlt It that all the months, or in default thereof the said bill of complaint I. June 9. 1S-19. 23 par, Codfish, Herring, Chocolate, Candies, Sauces Notice. I efficacy could be produced
1 pplr. mm |roperUei ef the Ear but a few only will be given the
I I as public will
Mpanlla ( be taken confessed by Ihe said defend Pickles. Almond Table ba
ar rrmnted.every Ihmr' cil becoming may a Figs, Salt &c. .c.
.be alter date I will the better able .
arid a or frrmeiaialira. Jt ezueei.d) and then every I nts, at and after the several p"rio limited to MILLER & BROKAW'S Received per brig Suwannee, and for sale by I SIX apply to Hon. to appreciate their value alter they have
"De" sp(medical virtue I trtuirii in a vure and ) them in this order. this I ude of Probate 'for Leon county, for Letters of I proven them Ladies, this medicine is offered yea
ald thn tt I", incipaMe<>f luting an enee.tlel I respectively \ McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Dismission from the administration of the that in .
"r nt ll Livery & Sale Stable estate of >ou may a great measure become
ibis and besting ia this way, tt the order be published once a week for the term of four Newport, March 1OIS4fJ. 10 I your own i
ppniel. \ Norborne
PApred nl& I T. Taylor, dec. II. B. BRADFORD. Physician ,and relieve
10.1 |nw-crful% .el months, and at the expiration of the said term of k ----------------- thereby yrurselve of many _
Cure of. innumerable dhcaici. four months, then continuously once a month for TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. THE GALPIN April 14, 1519. 15 I I of those diseases from which the male part flf the ,
Ilenre the rea* 'n .by .e bear riHiimrndAtmnt tide I subscribers have moved HOUSE. human race are Each box
oa every the term of two months in a n published TilE up t<- their fite-prnof exempt. contains thirl.?. ,
It ttt fivor .
w-ondert I. the by cure men,ofcojvscMrrto.v ",1nll. and children. U'e find I doirg within Ihe limits of the Middle Circuit newspaper of Florida. I Subles and take this opportunity to inform N E W X ANS Y ILL E FLORIDA.As I Notice.SIX three pills-j'rice $1-00 per box. -

: nrsrrrsi.i. ar.d i.trr.R COM. THOMAS BALTZELL I their friends and the public generally of the I Ii THE public arc informed that the GAL- Months after date, the undersigned ill apply Kept for sale by
11.1.' and in RHKlJa.lTH.V. 6CKOtVL.t. I A D. i fact. Being {hanklul lor the liberal patronage they the Hon. F: 0. Welch.Drugi3t. Alban BafcercountyGa.
; ci'n.vnivs$ 1LF February 20 1S49. Jurtge.C. fjiliH I; : n.v HOUH is now opined (or the reception I Judge of.Probate for Leon County
r'TI"I.F1.,LEI 'al. ," t all nfl
LPCRT' OF THE BLOOD.n'f A true copy : of the same, and pledge themelHstospare no pains rest assured: there will be no pains spared in making may .I Estate of John Smith deceased, late of said coontv. Hamilton W. Sharpe, Sharpe's Store, Lownde
It & In all tumpUuntt I. R. HARRIS/ClerK for the accommodation of those who patronise : PATRICK SMITH county. Ga.
r J'-m"n'"I"ua, anting rrn GadsJen Circuit Court. may them comfortable as far as in the of the Proprietor i Administrator.
.r. .litdtty .Jt tiamtck. from unequal rirtBlal C. them. Their Stables are situated Washington March 10.1919. 10GmNotice. S Puleston, Drnzzist i fMcnficllo, Fla.
Bv Deputy Cleik. do
J.J"TJ to so. Mis; stables and in
the are
to liond. R new l
.llnn'I"n ufd.nJ patpltauon of the heart.
cold hia., *and hut ftnthet over the body II March 3, 1S4?. It-Cm Square, in the most convenient part of the tuwnand rate order, and a first rate ostler always in atten E. Barnard,Jr.Diuzi!t, Tallaha.*ee, Fla.

tat .o lu .qu.1 h CWi and c"rh. and protnoie easy expectoraiion for comfort and convenience, t they cannot be surpassed dance.N. I W. Brinson & Brother, Druggists, Madison C. II..

and ,rli. JRllu. relaisng tlriclure of the bv any Stable in the Southern Fla.
tcera, tbrmt and every other pun. Jefferson Circuit Court. countiy. B. Private apartments always furnished for la- months after date the undersigned, adminis !
November And t t?
j by inventor the
lIst In IS, 14S.LEWIS 18 SIX e at Mineral
laowleded noihme than it In iu all kmiU.rIlenrp, and 'tnor< nmnilt nf ( ,tiy teen and D William Bailey aJmr. de 1 1:CHANCERY.boni. dies. GEO. M GALPIN de Joni nun of the estate of Samuel j Lowndes county Ga. Spring,

FEMALE 'r. nun of John Bella- t NewnansvilleJune23, 13JD.-23 Proprietor. Theus, late 01 Leon Coullly, deceased, will presenthis
: J Bill,, for R e,r Ie(-F or AMES
"orki ,'od.in c.S'es of /Tnor.f/>H*or Mlrtn. flHnr: tj mv. dec., Compo. sale of,and,0, aside accounts zr.i vouchers to the lion. Court of Probate -
tkt H'mt. O'r.err 5.1"14.or Ftimful .Vrmnt. IrrrgtJar ( j t DEALERS WHITE SPRING, for Leon Cutmfy. and a-k for a final settlementand IArUOf COUNTY-

spy o the mlta Jnod., lh lk; and it at effectual Do e'tt and Da. j Conveyance &. discharge Irom his said administration.
: t
U rrrr1.h"I 1&ld.f.. ", I C' ; I nmGS, MEDICINES PAINTS. OILS, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA. Some time about eight years ago I miscarried!,

a rtutotiut ".. ,uru.na. .in* rri; ;. .!ij iiir ccnci.il tt vial .arrow, lr)I'. J Toilet Article, Perfumery, if., Window CIa.cPAtiTEBS' SIMEON THEUSMav which was he second time that I fl bad done so -

Wet.cnm U ell c(>utau ve. "of and tuengin, to the "h,1e t) and thus I IT appearing to the satisfaction rf this Crnrl. h\ : nncsms: AND COLORS, TilE undersigned have I respectfully inform the public 10. .ist9.' 20' Shortly after the last miscarriage I was compelled
l.en'OUt dUaS mid debility, itliJ; vit ii.dJejn. thio cause that the said defendants Apoflit rarics' fJIi sVnr >, &c. The they mineral Spring for a teem of Notice. j lie out in the woods all night from the Indians,which
tb reside cut of use Sidle of Florida bevotid. the years. properties ol water are so ,1 caused me to take cold, which caused
of ( above ob-tfrnetioit
great vn hand an
al ty constantly on and
for sale
th.r at the
fftftt rmuttem Jfturl!., tt. "",'*&' Jjtitce.< Saanitiff malndln. jurisdiction of this Court, but in the United States' : T lowest market prices. generally known that it is needless to say anything S months after dae the undersigned, one of the i I of the monthly evacufion, which entirely disappeared -
Er"t Cearkis.a.. C. 'I' Jt it on that subject. administrators ot the estate of William S Tbens,
the < Ordered That Uie said DOR.trctt I| about three vears an. Since then I have
blo.Clet.: the .'uvPrto henlthy action tone tefenlantt,1emy LEWIS & AMES. To tho"e atlaicledwith Rheumatism, Scroffula Dis- late of Leon d ceased
will his
Ikt '\lb. aid e; t good relieve Ihl of anJ David Uarr(5w do appear ar an"\r the Tallahassee, November 20, 1S47. cOUilty present accounts j been subject to violent attacks of epileptic fits.-
clseltun IS
torpor *nd cunktipatiua Bill of pepsia, and I the thousand ills which mortal are heirto and vouchers to the lion. Court of Probate of Some
.1-\ punfiet the skin, CompUint filed in I this casIe; within four j two month? since, I obtained three boxes of
qnaliMt & circulation t. bivxhl. producitg gentle warmth months from the date ot the publication (' this order we would respectlully suggest that they try its Leon County and ask for a final settlement and discharge I Dr. Tarvin's Ladies' Relief Pills, and they have

I\lr.1. vver( ..the and bJ tlchtncn al.llie rrni'ittri loxmnble all obstructions prri|>irat.on;ire. or the said Bill will tie taken for 1 ronfcsted Confectionery and Bakery. virtue?-believing from its many almost miraculouscures from his said administration. me firm those unpleasant diseases above relieved
lid mentioned
lavif' orau* the tn&r nervnn ty icm. It not this then against them ; 4nditi.ftarther OtdtieJT\zt\ pub. HENRY K1NDON would} infoirn his friends! and Heeled! by it< use that they also will he simi- SIMEON THEUS. and from experimental knowledge I wcul.i

The medicine 1 generally, that he has hand la ly bent'fitted. And we to all who visit this H II!. 20Administrator's
jon pre-eminent-] need lication of this order be made in some newspaper on and say May recommend them to all my female friends ia affijc-

Bat can sey of thec thioci b lid of 9. r.Town.end'i Inf- published Tallahassee] once a week for the spaceof is constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kinds, Spring, that in the event I hat they :are not benefited finn,and I do think, frcm the experience I have Lai,
hot article Thit T unr lionid 1. nut four months.I Mich as : alter a fair trial there will be no charge for houri. the'v
\ worthy
h Notice. are ot all that is claimed for hem.
COMPARED WITH TiE OLD DR'S the above be PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS, The seekers of pleasure will here find a delightful I -
becante of one GRAND certify to a true copy from the records MOLE? OVERSTREET.
ACT. month
date shall!
after I
tt on* A INCAPABLE CIN AMOJ.FWJ: CANDY place to while away their time. SIX present my acconr.fs i
sir of Jefferson
DLTLgIOEAT1ud" ._ __ __h_ Circuit Court.C.. (;. FIFE Clerk. WINTKKGKEEN! BARLEY CANDY, The Hotel having been renovated, and I the rooms I vouchers and apply to Ihe Hon. Judge of j! I do hereby certify that the above certificate is Ut-
\.H IIL Probate for Gadsden County for a final ietllemenr emIly true from mv own knowledge.
wrhlk th Other DOKU 'rar>.5. and LAI March 31, 1S4$. 13 HOARHOUND ; comfortable. and !supplied with new furniture. j
ifttiit CflDtaiamj it into frafineatt rr""t"r.!, I.i.r eiplo And various others, among them several that are vte hope to give generalsatia.faction. and discharge Irom the auministralion: ol' toe estate i} GEO. E. OVERSTREET.

uS pound,. aad da.sisirg poitoaoni otb r f" |> : Mu.t "0 Ibl.cd horrible com I State of Circuit. meful/ for colds andcou-h.<,and i if prepared to manufacture Our arrangements for supplies,&c., are such as to Archibald Black, dec. ; and also a settlement and j Madison County, Fla..near Fort HamiltonApril

trtiem Irutf. .u.\. tb ttuat"-'hat WhZ canwt,a yiirla teU ."t but. Florida.--1'ddle any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both enable Ui to keep as good a table as can be found in final discharge Administrator t on the dower allot i 2fld, 19-19.

acid I t o we not a:. ew I','tt.e1. l>rt srs in our itmneh I Saiah M. Chancery) in the Circuit u-hotetale and rt tail. the South. ted and set apart to Margaret Black, dec., as widow

tab. **,)what the much t.*n**!(v u >tM.",it.t.e. .m<:*. *"tra Jlpi c*. > Court for Wakulla County,on lie i is also prepared to carry on Baking in all its The stable will be provided with the best proven. of said Archibald Black, dec., late of said ( cnnty. About fen years ago,ar.d shortly after confinement,

and rropliM f f be.tw1 V. .nt.. TMltr add :, Francis B. Whi'irg. ) Bill filed. branches, from t the "plain LtxiJ of fliead, tolhc most i der that the country fiords, and with attentive E. S. SIIEP.\RD, \dmr. I took cold which brought on irregularity and obstruction

fcuaaor 1 the f""u,. vt-A'tfn A all.the bcnv.i a which I IT appearing to the satisfaction cf the Court, that exquisite Cakes and Pies. Patties and the publiccan o't leu. April 7th, 1849. 14Notice. I of the monthly evacuations accompanied

.tnng 01. \\111 tUliaOi$"(f the ek-n t.*,er fcal4' Ind fait all Rheum, Koipelai '. the Defendant, Franc! B. Whiting, resides in always accommodated by pivins timely notice II I l'aseners from Tallahassee and Jacksonville will i with Lencoerhcea. or Whites ; [rain that time, my

\ external'tII.a. nothing under ulrratoaln'r.1 but an acid Texas,one of tl
toUunca.body which or D". and that ipuilt all the, fluIds of the of this State, so that ordinary process cannot be served opposite the Auction loom of 11. //. Berry, Ef j., 'j I I to the Spring, as arrangements will be made to ALL persons having demand asain the estate of i j laws tate cf health,?? that I was scarcely able
acId fluid,which I.intinuatet c&une itulf Ibeumat m bat a tour or upon him : It ii thrrrforr decreed and ordered. TallahasseeDec. I Jfi, 1S4S. 22Spring II brir. ; them without any delay. Bozeman, late of Hamilton county, deceased to <;et about. I took medicines from several Physi-

trntabng and Inflaming the bl delct"un jlot. "and which elwwhtre. That a hearing of the facts charg in sid bill be Board will be moderate. will present them to me wilhrnt delay, duly ,' clans. and found but little relief, until began to assume -

U acut 8 of nervout diteniie l lpurleyo the iio. ot had on the first Monday in September net at New and Summer Clothing1. .: SAM. BUFFINGTON Jr. authenticated' within Ihe time prescribed by law, I a pale, sickly appearance, and the least exertion -

l.mA"rt nlilr cculatul.and nearly .llh aUn".I amc Portin the county of Wakullaat time said hARK fc STILIj.MAX: are now receiving a I I CHARLES E RYAN. or they will be barred. I I caused my neck veins to thrcb, and I had a

Pow '' taos n"rrit' D'k sod sill. and "\bil', a'rsd defendant may appear and plead o1? answer to and C small, but select assortment cl SPRING AND! j April ?, IS 19. IwlamSm JOHN G. SMITH I shortness breath, until sometime last December

1 tl. thisOUkizG defend against said bill. .JJnd it infuitlier ordtred, SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a few art June, IS 19. Sw-23 Sheriff&ex officio Adm'r. I obtained from Dr. Tarvin some of his Ladies' JJ&-

FERMENTLVG, ACID .COMPOUND That a copy of this order be published in some ont des, such asDrills MEDICAL NOTICE. I lief PilUand I do hereby certify that I have found

OF S. P. TOWNSEND, of the n printed in this Citcuit once a Court of Probate--Leon mor? relief from them than
and "st be "spaptr % Drap d'Ete, j any medicine I tave ever -
'luldtl bins I IDd.,1 that Old lie. Jitcob week, for at leatt t three months.THOMAS Dr.
Tos.nds Charles T. taken,and would
of his 0" "' Olr'.1 l'.p'';&i sc IMITATION Caahmerettea, Mart>ellle Ac. DarbyP I In the matter of the estate > AT CHAMBERS, i I therefore recommend then to
alf.rio !! BALTZELL, Judge. I females in similar situations.
prJrlulu. Suitable manufacture ESPECTFULLYannounces to t Ihe of Lester Crook, deceased. 3 April 1, IS 19.
( should] deal in an article whIch Newport May 12.1949 1 and to be disposed of for publicjn gen1 i I

Ma the,!Dol distant! re.eujbsuc.: to f.Towmend'i 'oul A true copy: CEO. L. BRYANT, Clerk. CASH, and CASH! ONLY, at moderate profits ; and \ era! that he has permanently located himself in ON the petition of William Bailey, security, SIKLETER HODGES.I .

ad should bring dow a upon Old Dr.inch a D>uanuia JuueS, lS4'). 22 would cordially invite their old .friends and customers Monticello Florida and will be found at all time, praying that Luke Moore, administrator of said do hereby certify that the above statement, made

.parchwf ocomplaaTld" *erllinlloll from AgeaU who Lave told. I focal! and purchase. unless professionally engaged. Strict attention will estate may be required to give new security in lieu by my wife Siileter, is just and true, this 1-lth Dec.

( I F.Tonn.esdsIjTj State of Florida.: Monroe County. Tallahassee, March 17,1849. 11 be paid to all professional( call of petitioner, or in default Ihp.recflhat said Moore be i ISiS A. HODGES,J. P.
S. ?. wl.1 1 Ildel& becauie. It I I. the ItttnU truth that Smith May 5, ISl'J. )8Ir'ION removed from said administration, it appearing to Lowndes County, (560th Dist.G. M.

stpsri1a "are &llrl. ad Did. 1)r.Jacob Towntend't Bar- Mowry, ) Laud For Sale the satisfaction of this Court that said Luke Moore, .
At".ii apart. Wi.t.r r*. BILL IN CHANCERY.
that '
b tb.y u. laUk 'et parsicu1sj "IJlutcr IIDCI.;flung Joseph Lawton. ..fl.f 11 E C 114 .J\-C E! TOWLE. MABIANO D. PAPY. administratoraforesaid( of the estate of Lester Crook, i j
COmO.A. Do 01. ) TOWLE & PAPY resides beyond the limits of the State of CARD.
P. Townt ,"IIE1and! known the Florida or .
nd U to affidavit that as "Oversfreet Tract9
no doctor, me by Lawton
and never wa. 1 I. no IT appearing Joseph in the Eastern Ciicuit of Florida IL W. 3. TARVIN
thcmltt. conceals him- has
BO PhlnlleuL"4nnw. In more of medicine or dl,- I defendant in the in the above cause, re .1. miles north of Tallahas, near I the Thornas- Attorneys and Counsellors at Law or D located for the present
bil ,
.t any Olhf fled ville self, so that notice of said petition cannot be served Summer and Fall at the Mineral
ehmn. i load Gov. the
untclentiiietinpr tnprufenlonal out of' tIle adjoining Branch's Springs en
what and in plantation, containing -
mal. tides
,.U nllfie i can """le lne they a.re receiving' a Hit That said defendant( a. Europe : 7 or KW acres.Vill be sold low and on HAYING 'formed an association for the Practice upon him : / ia therefore Ordered, That the said {i Withlacoochee River, eight mile below Troupville
IIP.lrID containing all the vIrtues of the OrJgf appear and answer will attend the several Courts of Luke Moore administrator aforesaid do Lowndes
used In the as appear ]j County, Ga., where he will
anca which % bill tthin the time satisfactory: terms to one wishing to For practice on
of u purchase.
'blh might plpnr .rell""able chtnget prescribed by law, Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the District Courtof and said within four months j Chronic diseases
answer petition
Jj 11 tbe ( sat fuither from the | principally. He has received
AcE TI Uaal'lllea I of otherwise it shall be taken pro confesso.' It it further i particulars apply to Barnard Tallahassee, just
the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entrusted date oft the first publication of this order, or the said a choiceseleclion of medicines direct
But j from Savannah.
whM else ithorUd Ordered, That of this order be or DANIEL LADD New Purt.
a ,
ezprit4 J from one who knout copy publishfd their I
b to will
hI nnth care receive prompt attention. pelitilion may be taken ('or confessed, and the Persons afflicted with
-- rf Jan. 13 prayerther'eolgraisted Eruptive diseases scald
1649. ,
d. in 2
or It some If
eflrUlll mdlene a printed the State of Florida
tv ,._ requlra 'Kr.on newspaper ( ::1- Office in the Capitol. : FroridedThat a of this head,white swelling old ulcers
pr.nc .cok Per up even I common decent once a month foi nine months. copy order 1 sore legs, &.C.. female
_kea 10w,Iedclhe. imrtr IIU thai the persons "bo usia JOS. B. LANCASTER Liverpool Salt. February 17,1819. 7 be published once a week for four months in I diseases, dropsy and other old chrcnic affections -

WUk 17OMACUS'' K-y Wlst,March 2. A. 1M9. Judge So.Cir., Fa. 1) ECEIVED Schooner Lucy Blake Sacks sume newpaperrublisbed in the City of Tallahassee.I that should think proper to place themselves
s.nId ksow r2rrrJLJD W. GAITHER BURGESS JAMES E. EROOME under his will
well the 5ahftnhs. the beat THOS. F. KING, Sol. COn}'. \ Liverpool Salt. For sale by & CO"Rccei"ing care, be apt to be well satisfied with
s&ser 0 acunrg cud .nc April II 1, 18J9. )15 Judge of Probates. his treatment. This mineral
r tiiic water haa made
virtue, A the mary
true from minutes
150U Ihel copy : JOHN DENHAM.
?ar. !'r "nlwled: of the 'araiw.dta.e. which affect Forwarding & CommissionLrealers cures of Dyspepsia,Gravel, Rheumatism and he
.I 'Y''t.md b'aw W. C. MALONEY, Clerk. Newport, 31st March 1849.Pickled &c.,

I S 1 hwncuatty.snail (rct4 10, "Ion kindle t II.e4p..''olnat.tnld.e &L these ball discuss Into! April 14. 15 By R. L. HICKS, I 1. C. rrJ.I C M # NI Notice. hopes by Dr.his assistance, that they will rare many
WODee mere. Tarvin
hope aALSO will cure afflicted with
and dtpDC bisom, Mullet. MOORE Administrator of Lester Crook, negroes
and 1 LUKE
"f hl.II
1 bl.tf. I/al vtt s.f; rIK.J into :eru.le and State of Florida.--Middle Circuit. I t'd. is neither out of the State of Florida, chronic diseases, by cotlrrct for an interest in them.

.BOUGHT and roLAD the opportunity sod 'M' 50 BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED AJULLET of in Western nor concealed, but wished This location is remarkably healthy.
taaaai Produce any correspondence with
&bring Daniel Ladd. Comp., the first catch, and in fine crder. May S, 1549.
him will with immediate
Carotid Unirervnl Concentrated ".. In Chancery in the Cir For sale low by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. 62 Poydras Street, New Orleans. meet attention by directing I

Remedy Augustus Steele' &Eliza} cuit Court for Wakulla Newport, November 25, 1648. 19 Feb., 18.19. 5 Cm to him at Jacksonville, Fla., where he is at present .I
wtthla the reach, beth engaged in adjusting the accounts of the estate Nature's own Remedy for Bowel
tad IA the ku II IMT learn and know by joyful beth of Lester Crook, deceased, for a final settlement ol ;
"J'rnaCendeut Power experience.to flea Iw ). T appearing Cotlingham to Deft. TilE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL GEO. W. II U rl' C II INS the same. LUKE MOORE. rPHE JL Flux Root is a specific remedy forBIoo-
of the Court
Sold wholesale [ that June 30, )S-IO. 26 dy Flux, Diarrhoea, Dysentery &.c. "it is the
and retail by the defendants reside in this Slate 10 PPBLIKHED EVERY SATURDAY.
but in
not the AUCTIONEER simplest, yet the most certain and safe renoJy ever

THOMPSON, SKILLMAN & CO., Circuit in which the bill is filed : It it therefore decreed --- T/ILL./lIl.llSSEE PI-f. irk 1 BARRELS PRIME PORK discovereda few hours will be sufficient cure the
anJ ,
102 Nassau street, New York. ordered. That unlen Ihe said defendants TERMS : i\J\ 5 casks bacon Shoulders, masl violent case. It was first t discovered aad used
do here
Andbj appear answer Ihecomplainani'a bill on THREE DOLLARS per annum, if paid in advance. REFER TO 50' bhl. St. Louis and Western Flour by the Chuochee Indians for Bowel Complaints with

LEWIS & AMES, the first Monday in August next the same will be TUREE AND A HALF, if paid within six months. Messrs. II. BOND, J. W. ARGYLE, D. C. WILSON,, 5 Sacks Rio Coffee, eminent success, and by (hem the use ot this very

Agents Tallahassee. taken for confessed, the matters I hereof' accordingly FOUR DOLLARS if F. II. FLAGG,T. HODSON and J. valuable
not paid until the end thejear. ARCHER.. Liquors of all kinds. Just received and for sale root was made known to the white Tbi
April 21, 1849.! 16-1, : Provided, That a copy of this order be March 10, 1849. 10 by plant flourishes in the
or These terms will be GEO. H. BESTWICK. valleys of Western Georgia,
5 published in some one of the printed in rigidly adhered to, and and North
; newspapers will be Tallahassee, June 12, J&4t Carolina. It is neatly put ready for
discontinued up
this paper until
t Circuit once a week for t two months successively. all airearagoiarepaid Thomas Jeff. Heir use, in
Blackemlhlng.GOOD unless at the option of the ounce papers,suicient to'cure several cas.
THOMAS BALTZELL publishers. Sub-
fl Judge. at 50 *
Blackawithing of scribers will be received ( three ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Just Received cents per paper. -
( or
.C Newport, May 12, 1649. months at One
: ,
kind. done at the Shop near my Stable oc. Dollar-six-months at 50. practice in the Ciiciit sale by Vf. Brfnson & Brother, Madison C. H-,
A true copy.GEO.. L. BRYANT Clerk. $1 Every order 'for the Court in each SCIIR.
cupied 'lut WILL TALLAHASSEE, a lare and fresh Fla. E Siexas
by Wilier ; ThoroasvjIeG-
year | PnlesfofMon
Brokaw. ; out of this. of the Middle PER
I. & June 2. 1849. 22 paper county must accompanied with Circjit, and in the Supreme
20, 1849. ol sugar-cured Hams, plain Hams, Rice ticello, Fla., and E.
January 3 A. A. FISHER. the cashunless the order comes Court and United States District by Barnard,Jr.,Drnggist.Talla-
through of our Court a I Flour Bacon Sides Lard
any &c. All of which will be hassee, Fla.
p : Middle. Circuit Leon regularly authorized agents ;in the Stale.ADVERTISEMENTS Tallahassee. sold at the lowest
.1 S. 8. KnightWILL --- County. Monticello, January 29, 1845. 23 very rates for cash only. Maj 5,1949. IS-3m

i continue butinem at his old stand Silas F. Burney, ) In Attachment. GEO. 11. BFST WICK,
) hopes to wait ",. > Sum sworn to ICE ICE Corner Monroe and Jefferson streets.
ou such of his friend aa have $5048.10. Will be inserted May 12 1819. S. S. KNIGHT
the 19
heretofore extended Isaac Hutto. ) Bond in $160 at 1 rate of One Dollar per squire

c that all dull have ao liberal articles a patronage, promi.ing .. defendant and all others interested i 0.TiE of twelve lines for the first, and fifty cents for each A REGULAR supply of this desirable article will Wholesale & Retail Grocer & ProT/sion/ Tealcr! ,
at here- XJL
IOo air price* notified are subsequent insertion. A reasonable deduction be kept at the Rail Road Depot in the courseof Great Bargains--Real Estate.
April 28,1849. of the institution
a 1 of the above suit will be made on legal notices, estate notice next week. Those wishing the article will TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
and required to appear and plead to the declaration ,yearly please their Ticked the TWILL sell my plantation, C40 acres, one mile
notices without alteration by procure at Drug Store of E. constantly on hand,and offer for sal at a
e Pore Sulphate of filed therein, within the time prescribed persona having J. North ol Tallahassee: KEEPS
by law. finely
BARNARD, JR. Ice will be delivered the watered more I than
I Quine.THE regular accounts with the office at Rail half advance on cost, for cash all the standard
aobscribera have on and WALKER &GWYNN. All announcements of candidate (or office FIVE Road Depot until 7 o'clock and in no ease williS be one standing in timber, rich hammock ar 6.00 articles in his line. Flours .sf approved qualities
of of May 2 1849. 21 Atty'sforPl'ff. delivered without per acre. Also, my house and lots in Tallahassee
ouneea Sulphate Quinine which in ersons wishing the rk
they DOLLARS-invariably advance. No attention ar for -Sugars, Cotlees. Teas, Bacon, Hams, P
have obtained direct from the mtnufactuteri, and Florida Middle will be paid to any order for announcement.unlesl ticle will please take notice of this. The price de. $1,500. Termi-One third Cashthe balance in Soap Candles. Lard, and alt similar articles together

they will warrant it to be a superior article. Circuit. accompanied with the cash. livered at the Depot,is 3 cents per Ib. Ticket for. two equal annual installments, (iota 1st January, with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions.Nn's.'

We hare enlarged our stock of Drug and Medi. IN GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. All religious, marriage and obituary notice pub. ft Ibs. will be issued. 1650. JOHN P. DcVAL. Raisins, Figs, Almond,and all ether 5ttcIeI13af1

cines by recent anivaJt, and are prepared to execute Archibald Mcl'hatter, Guar.)) lished gratuitously ; but editorial notices for A small: supply of Ice will be at E. Barnard's Bel Air, May 5,1S49. 13 found in similar establishments.

orders 'lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, dian of Thomas Wilks, I ATTACHMENT : benefit will be charged as advertisements.JOB private where a Ticket for 5 lb,. will procure 4 Ibs. Ice. Store next door above G. II. Meginniss. on Mon

on. the rno t accommodating terms. vs. }[ Sum sworn to $110. Those wanting Ice in large quantity, for parties Tin Manufactory. roe street.

We hare alto a few account yet due to us for the JuLn Jolir.yju.: J J WORK. &c., will please send their orders to Mr. Nash, at engaged additional workmen April 2S, 15-19. 17 IT
we are
yea 1847. They are generally in small amo'i"K Till: : cefcndanl( and all oth-rj inteicstcd take the Depot two or three days before it will be cal. HAVING to fill all orders in line in
but if the whole could be paid would of the ccinuieuctinent of this wi We are well prepred to execute Job Work, such led for,so that it may be at hand if possible. and onr a TQbaccos.A
.borty. i go "Iit attachment prompt satisfactory manner. All orders from .
as bills, cards, blanks, pamphlets &c. The
far towards and with neatness principal Depot it at
liquidating certain. we owe. appear and plead to the declaration fi JVettport. u here it can the country will receive immediate
and despatch. All! work of this be obtnined in attention' A FULL supply manufactured Tobaccos,]"*' re
LEWIS &AMES. l led in f thi* cac' R. GIBSON, description, any quantity by applying to Mr. liberal discount given to merchants and dealers. ceived
except for having yearly and for sale by
AriI29,1IJ. Nay IP, 1S49 20 persons accounts with PAr'uEL.LADD, -
4 Aty. of Plf. the office, must be paid (or on delivery. Tallahassee, June 2, 1849. 22 Jane 9, 184!. 23 T. WHITE CO. McfAT'GIIT & ORMO>D.

Newport, March 10, T3J3. 1O ,