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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 11, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY MAXWELL & HILTON. TALLAHASSEE, FA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 11., 1840. VOLUME I--TM) 3K .. .

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If}] n dead faces of those I had loved and buried, lightning-like rapidity. The past seemed LETTER FROM GEN. OASS. extensive )wise and cautfotis deliberation .

'Catoehus< : and remembered the benign and placid] smile endlessly long-the fuiurrwas fore shortened to and decision. There were two many inter. t i.
which shone upon them, like the last foot: a breath a moment. clock ticked faster fly MRS. HAKK1ET BCECHEU: STOWE. DETROIT, July 10, 1849. ests involved. If general 1 propositions only ,
OR, BURYING A MAN ALIVE. prints of the freed and rejoicing spirit as it and faster, and time Tie to pour itself DEAR SIR : I am much obliged to you fur are to be laid down in such a Convention, tbe l

It was a breathless-nigfct in .Tune. My fled heavenward, and which seemed to bo- away in rapid moments, as(u rising thundercloud A little child shall led them." the extract!you have sent me, and for calling object is not worth the efiort ; for in the dm. '.'

xvindows were all open and yet the flame of token the recognition by the soul ofa diviner empties its fierce, heavy drops more One cold morning I looked into a milliner's rny attention to the remarks of some of theWhig ded state oflhe public mind upon the queston. j J

candle scarcely) flickered I had become sense as it was leaving its clay tenement, and and more rapidly.It such and ihere I saw a hale, hearty, well papers upon a letter from the editor of whatever platform! might be adopted, theopin-; r l''
Thy thought that, perchance even at the moment was browned the YeU 3 ork 4'$ Enquirer, published ion of parties and individuals, ,'
deeply' intcicsted in the pages tsf a new book] : very nferool-tlJ company gatheredthe young fellow from the country, with Corrc generaJyof f ;
while I was bending over them to take creaked beside and the his in that journal : time since, and in would remain the :
and was heedless of the lapse of time, thecir.cumstances t.hulcrs me, long cart whip and a lion shag coat, hold. 1:
last farewell look, with this feeling in window which an effort is made bv those to If a general plan operations! is lobe
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around me, until suddenly a moth my was open. I felt the warm breathof lug up some matter, and it about in papers proposed
: fluttered into the flame, the and crackling of its heart, they were enduring: the same: fierce bur. the spring air steal over my face like a delicious his great fist. And what turning do it convict rrre of insincerity. I urn sure you will and pressed upon Congress, the objections i \
thesam., horror and] you suppose bear me witness that I have been heretoforprety I are palpable and The members
filmy wing attracted my attention. Upon ning torments- feeling odor. I heard the birds singing among was ? A Las bonnet A little, solt, blue, grarr. t
despairthat gnawed me like a burning worm! the branches the patient under similar attacks, some of j I are under ; and as each
glancing: at my watch, which lay beside me gentle rustling of the swaying satin hood, with a swan's-down border, whiteas ltle responsibity l' ;
that it seemed to me as if all the joys I had ever trees, as the wind stirred the the new fillen them as remarkable for their virulence a: for section of country "ifs own objects
on the table, I found to my surprise it... among snow, with a frill of rich ,
was already e.fter midnight. I determined known on earth: would not counterbalance] so leaves. I thought of all the gladsome earthof blonde: around the edge. their' falsehood-remarkable even in this to attain, these must be attained by concessions .

thereupon to read no more, and shutting my dreadful a doubt. the blue sky-of the rippling brooks, Uy his side stood a woman, holding country, where political! investigations are so to the objects of others,and) the result i., I
I heard called from below 1 half pretty prone to degenerate hito abuse and will furnish evidence ofa mutual spirit ofac-
book, walked: across the room to draw the my name sunlight, half shadow-oflhe early evening with no small pride, the laLJ-fur .evidently personal ; f\ (
curtain, intending immediately to go to bed, made another effort but my tongue was torpid clouds, whose hues shift like the colors it was a baby. Any one could read that I had supposed, as the motive had passed away commodation, rather than a cautious regard \
but the moonlight shone so pleasantly in at and dull as lend.: Still I could not resign mypclflo on) the do\e's neck-of the stars-of the100011of in every glance, as they looked at each fact, with the occasion, that I should bo allowed a for the general interest. Such ah assemblage! ,i

the window, that I was forced to frit down and the thought that I was dead. I inward. the swelling and] heaving ocean, :md at the little hood, and then at the large reasonable measure justice by our opponents is a very different thing from (he attempt to \ ..
lean upon the frill, and gaze out upon the ly declared that I would move-I strove with and clung to the memory of them with a mute blue unconscious eyes, and fat dimpled even if my opinions or course hoJ concentrate opinion and action in favor of any ; i

scene.!; There was a few thin, whitish clouds almost superhuman exertions, but in vain ; I despair, loving them the more nearer I came of the little one. was evident: that chefs be deemed worthy of examination. improvement affecting a particular: portion of
hanging around the horizon, like the distant could not lake! my eyes from that spot on the to losing them. of them had ever 1 seen a like that leitlJcr be result shows I hut I have teen deceived ; andas I I the Union, where there is a community of information j

\,ings of an enormous spirit, but otherwise, wall, which had become more accursed because At last the dim whispering ceased-the fore. baby no considerations propriety connected j and interest, and where there is no> ,

the sky was perfectly cloudless. Above, the : I must see it. Sidewise, through myeyes clock ticked lo-idly, and IIJ cl rgJml'sice : nut really, Mary," saiJ the man, with my position now forbid me from defending weighing of one project against another, nor .
mom was shining peacefully and below, the I I saw tie pleasant !sunshine'; glowing into \ repeated those first sentences in the services is not three d !Jar.fr high 1" young my consistency, I choose to do so in the II any sacrifice to insure tIle desired result. ,

world lay dreaming in its misty t shroud half the room ; and over my" head the busy flies fur the dead-" I am the resurrectionand Mary very prudently< said nothing, but ta. present instance, not only because the charge And I am fully confirmed in my previous ; ,
obscured, save where the curving river glancing hummed and buzzed incessantly, and'crept the life," &c. king the ho'.d, tied it the little head, and is speciously! preferred hut because it i i" calculated anticipations concerning the Chicago Con : '
in the moonlight; shone like a burning belt now ai d then across my face. His voice ceased-I gave myself: up lodes- held up the little baby. /The man looked and lo place me in a false position before thspublic. vention. I imagine the first man U yet to be

of stee'% There is a stranc; fasc irution: in tit. How long and tedious seemed the moments; pair ; I tried to resign ni)self to (the dreadful grinned, and without another word, down I t found who will venture to say that any advantage 1_ '
ting in moonlight-and for almost an hour I they were jeais to my excited mind-no one thought that I was to be buried alive. Someone t'entthe three dollar, (all that the last week's, I have delayed writin to jou for tome days, I has resulted from its labors. ,
I sat leaning out into the air. All was quiet t came. All! age of torment seemed to have lifted the lid, to screw it down ere I should! butter came to) and as they walked out of the waiting the return of Col. Webb) who has But 1 had yet another reason for declining 4 .

save the monotonous musical gurgle of flogs I (passed when I heard a light lap ut thy doorI be removed. I heard a flint cxcianriiion ShIp, it is hard to say which looked the most gone on an excursion to the Upper Lakes. as I to attend that Convention l.drd not like if/ ,I
,in the pond, and at intervals th, rustling of Could not answer it. Again: I heard a from some one bending over meGood delighted with the bargain. I did not wish to refer to him thus publicly! origin. The earliest notice of it which 1 saw 1

green leaves, as a tremulous] breath of wind louder knock ; "I Knew it was Ill)' sister, for I God he must t be alive yet ; there are dropsof j Ah," thought 1, a little! child shall lead without previouscolaversation with him ; but was connected: with the names of some we I. I I
she spoke: and called The them ho has not yet returned, nor do I know when !known Whigs, prominent politicians of
swelled gently and then died away, or the me by name. I )perspiration now upon[ his f forehead I !I"
prolonged' bark of some far off dog. I had door opened and the came fbiward cautiom'j: I firing a mirror and place it to his lip I Another day, as I passed a carriage factory I ho will ; and as I am unwilling to be subject city of New York ; and I believed, and I have .i

fallen into a vague reverie, when I heard the I ly, and again; jpoke as she I he may breathe yet." It t seemed that the extremity I \a young mechanic at work on a wheel. I! to such imputations, without applying the proper yet no reason to doyb, that one great object ;
bell striking the hour of one.) I arose and bed. She looked a moment at me, and touched I of any agony had wrung out a cold The rough body of a carriage stood beside corrective, I have determined to'delav! this was to injurs t the Democratic party by takingadvantage
me-I did not speak but lay motionless, dew skin. No him-and answer no longer. I have known Col. \Webb oflhe excitement which prevailed
went to bed. Butno sooner had I Ilt'ft the window I upon my sooner had the words there: wrapped up snugly, ail hood
than I felt a sharp pain shoot throughmy with my e>es fixed on that infernal spot.- hel'1 spoken, than there was a wild hurry, ed and cloaked, sat a dark eyed girl, about a from his bOJhoo and have never cfased lo I in certain portions of the country in consequence '
head, which, after recurring at intervals She paused a moment, and then uttering; a and suppressed exclamations of tear, and year old, playing: with great shaggy dog. esteem personal relations have always I! ofthe failure of two successive internal '. d
piercing) scream, ran to the door and called doubt and u been kind. Divided in politics, WP i!I improvement bills.!! And I have since understood
throughjhe next hz.lf hour, finally settled into ; surprise about (the room. Whai) \.1 I stopped, the man looked tip from his work, I
a raging. headache.. My I brain. throbbed. ,'io.1. $ !rny mother. Instantly the horror of tho cry 1 a moment of agony was ihe.next The f'ar. and turned ndmirin'rlv_ to his little cnrnnnnion.. 'n'_ I have much not ceased to be friends : and he wi! he ,. ,.though- .1 1 I_cannot. .U-F-', -\lucJ for the,.fact. that.
i brought the whole to hedsicie.: f flu J lest alter all as surprised I was at tr.e disingentrouscflorK I bul.I Wi: im acium: iiueuuon, auU mat tat
Icntly and secmeu loose in my bead, so that family my j :anticipation, I, (here should beho as ni'jc'i as to say, sets what I have got a
They lifted hand and it fell I of breath ; to COI.'rt his letter into the proceedings of the Convention would have
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every motion added pain.: It was as if an i. my again upon signs was worse than all before. proof I
the coverlid. They of ht.'art-there The mirror of rny inconsistency idea, I ann sure, thatnever assumed a party character: and been directed
Ton hand compressed my temples with its tt.1 my was brought, and I krrnv by "Yes, thought I, anil] if the lady ever
griping fingers. I lay thus tossing, restless was lot a flatter of t pulse, for all that, it the sudden and fearful] cry, that toy real state! gets a glance! from admiring swains, as sin. occurred to him. Nothing I state in to th'! object, had not the design been frustrated -
and sleepless, for several hours, and finally I seemed to me as if hell itelfcould not be that of Catochus, was at last known. cere as that she will be lucky." this letter wi be called in question by Col. by th-j firmness of the Democratic mem .I' :
fell asleep. j worse than the torment that I was enduring. I I was bled instantly ; between lips a Webb; tnd niayaddthat Mr. Greeley's remarks LeT!.
I dreamed that 1 was ;3j Jing beside a wa. I I heard quick convulsive sobs, and fet a soft cw drops of brandy was forced, and my my limbs All, these little children !-little witches !- are written in no unjust spirit, and, Now Mr. Greeley will understand why I I
tcrfall, halfaIeep. Thxj water rushed, hissing I hand Fmoothethehairfromrriyforehead. Somelone and, head were fermented with heated cloths, pretty)' CHI in all their thoughts and ab.-urdi- though I cannot commend his care to acer- did not attend this Convention. But I cannot .
down beside me as if aH ocean were loosened I said-" He must have died in a fit ; and with such effect, that ill two hours I regained l lies See, for example, yonder little fellow tain the truth, I do not condem the spirit of| understand why he seeks my opinion onl
how calm his face is." Yes the in a naughty fit ; he has shaken his long his article. Whatever his brethren ot! the }l this' question ii: my letter which is
and hurried boiling fiercely down a jet was my power of motion and' sat up, I though! weak curs wholly jf
rocky declivity. The air was drizzled with I answer, .he probably suffered no pain and from the loss of blood and entirely (exhaustedby over his deep blue. eyes-tho fair I whig press may do, I believe be is disposed to 1 silent! on the subject, and not in my speeches
bent in frown-the rose leaf is in do me justice. and votes in the Senate ,
frpray: which fell over me like hot sparksandthe died almost immediattI-pchaps in hU the dreadful sulTerm" thruglJ which I had a pushed up of ihe United Slates! .,
I sleep" Then the voice distant infinite defi.ince-anid. the white thouldersthrust I am accused of inconsistency, amounting Eminent Whig politicians whom I I''
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trees above me, seen through it, seemed ? g'lore passed as through a fiery Believe eouI
at times human: skeletons, which bent their ,, and murmuring' and some one left the room. me, those pains l I would : ordeal ufTtr again, if i: t forward., Can any but a child look so to dishonesty, in my opinions concerning :I I name but that it would be invidious to s _

tong bony arms down to my face, and then i SOon the door opened, and the face of the t.c: p rice dJuul.flw;; a showering ofull I the wealth pretty e\'el itr their naughtiness I'Ibeti protective tariff internal improvements, and !! were invited to attend the Chicago Convention II

slowly rising uplifted themselves into the air ; (urt physician intercepted the dieaful spot and glory lhat the world can bestow. Such comes the instant change-flashing the extension Slavery. The first I shall I but neither answered. nor attended. I ,1
for Now I I.e I Miiiles and tears-as the good comrs back all dismiss briefly, but very The thought it due to the gentleman who invited
and become natural trees again. A thousand a moment. thought w ill know sufiering does not leave a man where it fir.d-, very explctly L
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circles intcrtangling or interlacing dilated that I am not dead, and wi relieve me from him. 1 arose from rny lIed an altered I in a nnh, and von are overwhelrnned with .Baltimore resolutions entment* me, to acknowledge! his:attention and did so.
and contracted incessantly, then slowly :: this, situation. He felt my heart and p'llse with my moral ar.d mtutul constitution: m'U completely ; i protestations! promises and l kisses. Thcyare on the subject ofa tariff; and ; to Col. I j And this act of courtesy, which constitute the i f!

the motion decreased, and they k )t creeping i for a moment, and then I heard him say in : changed.The I irresistible too these little ones. They pul! I WeLt nor any otherman have I uttered a j only difference between myself and others has t '
around mere and more genii, until, they ;j answer to the anxious inquiries" Yes, md.I away the scholar's pen-tumble about his pa. word inconsistent with them. I voted for the been made the text.Look whence my opinions i;

6 warn Into a broad sea smooth, glassy watcr I am, I am sorry to say he i is: entirely gone.My ._ main incident: of this story! however per-make! somersets over his books--and tariffof 151G, and there were some things I I are to be deduced, and by which my inconsis., J I

and fading out of my bight, left the air a. art can: avail hiui nothing." The improbable] it may teem, i 13 founded upon fact, i what cal you do 1 They tear up newspapers should have been glad to see otherwise ({and ) tency is t to be proved. On the question of J
!)ovc calm and clear. Soon a small voices then became lower, and I listened! in and has occurred within the range ofllio I -litter: lh" carpets-break, pull and find where are there lot in such complicated questions j tfca power ofthe United States over the subject .

teemed placidly looking at me, that grew eye!larger vain. writer's experience. Calochus is only a peculiar and then jabber unintelligible Inglish in.elf.defenceand !') yet I gave it mj hearty support. I I of internal improvements, my sentiments "t.

and larger until it filled the wide ring of }j I was a long; dark pause: -then] the shut.] form of Catalepsy, in which the patient what can lOU do for vour- never exchanged a with Col. Webb' on are in accordance with those of the"great i

the horizon ; then it changed into a face I were closed, and persons trod lightly a. retains the usc of his various senses, while self! the subject ofa protective tarifTin my life.- Democratic party, and are fully expressed in ,
which looked closed into my eyes ; gradually i cross the floor, and spoke lo each other in an the power r motion is entirely suspended, "If I hart a chi:," says the precise man, Nor does he say I did. Why he supposed I.. the resolutions ofthe Baltimore Convention. F
the features became distorted into a hideous: i under tone, as if t the place were sacred. The and presents an appearance; which may& easily JI should! see favored it I know not. It is enough to say he I In the words of one of these resolutions, I be. '
mask, and grinned, and then a thousand sim- j I silent awe which pervades the chamber of I be mistaken fur death. In removing some He does have a child-and his child tears is in error, as are all who form a similar: : lieve that the Constitution does not confer t

ilarTacescrowded one upon another, until the.j] death, and hushes the voice as if the senseI bodies from the vault ofa churc. in a neighboring up his papers, tumb'es over his thing, and opinion. on the general government the power to commence j l '

air freemed full of them ; they were huddled I j less day could hear,had Passdoertheir 8pirI city, on the otca ( erecting" a new- pulls his nose, like all other didrfn-anr In the course conversation between Col. and carry on a general system or internal r
together; a tossed about without body, like I the I its like breath,stains upon glass. I heard the church, it was discovered that three bodies. what has the precise man lo say himself, Webb and mysclf I referred to the last Presidential improvement," and no man living has '
waves of the ocean. owtI I suddenly seemed '! low confused murmur of voices droned through had: ] assumed such a situation, a! could onl" be Nothing! Ho is like! everybody the palpable injustice the right to gainsay this assertion. Cut at the < !
to be crawling on my hands and l Knees j i the darkened chamber. Now and then the accounted fur on the! supposition) of IIJir little child shall lead him." I which had been done me by the whig press ,, same time I have never disputed i the right of f l''

over slimy and slippery rocks, which were I, door opened, some one bent over me and gazed I lug IJf'cl buried, while in a state of suspended Poor little children, they bring and teach u[ and politicians, in holding up my letter to the Cengress to improve some of the great har : I
at rn", while scalding tears fell animtiuf stupor, they had turned in i Chicago Convention as an evidence of bors and rivers and lakes ofthe Union national .
covered with damp: green seaweed.; AsI I upon tny o OUT us human,beings more good than they get in my I..
groped along, the! feaweed began to change face.. Then the rom was emptied of all!! persons their coilins upon the recurrence of consciousness. I return. How often does the infant, with its j![ hostility to all improvements, however genera! in their character, and important to the. .,
into snake!, ultiltLe rocks seemed alive with I ; and I was left alone] in the darkness and The occurrence of such a fact a. soft cher and helpless hand, awaken a j! and necessary, by Congress, and lo my I letter I' commerce, and some of them fo the defence of
I the} nauseous crawling reptiles, that rubbed! stillness. I listened for voices, for anything I lone, togeiher with the known existence of mother from wordliness and egotism to a 11 I| to Mr.r iichosol.! a* evidence of m.dl'sire our country. While the Democratic partv ,\I I'

their slimy tide against my limbs and checks, was better than this dreary. stillness-but in diseases.which assume the semblance! ofdcalh, world of a new and Kijiher t feeling. How j! that Slavery tluld be established in.the territorieS deny the power to devise and carry on a vast 'Jti
a spell was on the house its sounds should! induce the extremes auJ I I ceded by Mexico to the United States. .i system of operations-whose p extent
and cast over me a chill horror : all my flesh j \'ail; ; caution often does the mother this, by doing her cniar i
teemed to creep ; and the very scalp to move |:?I of laughter, its rapid footsteps, its bustle and make it a matter (duty to apply IJl'fur burial I befct to wipe of!, oven repay before the time, the j i I called these ellbrts !the humbugs of the no man can fJre.ee. aud what worse, W

on my skuli. In the tnidt of my horror and noise were gone ; every step was careful( such tests us to leave no shadow o doubt! I dew, and fresh simplicity: of childhood, and j j. as they were, and must now be daY.j whose corrupting as well in the leg -i
t and flow, and voice awl mistake with have been by every candid man. In islature as out cannot be viewed but with ,
torment. I heard the wild tinging ofa bell I CH'f' a whimper. So no room fill regard to the make her daughter too soon a woman of the oft .
{ suddenly and convulsively opened my eyes, !', went on hour afer llur and I still lay help actual fact of death. world, as she) has been. of these letters is there t be found one syllable I the most apprehension: -the great major 'I.

nnd heard the breakfast bell ringing. For a i!! less, and longing for tho moment when I Ii ---- The hardened heart of the worldly man is fivorable to the consrctoll' thus put upon' ity of that: part, indeed nearly all of it, has ,

moment I experienced the most gratefull rcliefftcni :i iI i should be able lo move and] loosen myself A P1LYII HV KOSSUTH.-The following touched I I'l the guileless tones and simple caresses them. The letter to Chicago Convention advocated particular appropriation justified by I .

this nightmare which has more than I from the: close, deathly grasp which almost praer offered by Kos&uth, will be interestingto .'I of his son, but he repays it in time, by makes not tho most distant allusion! to the the circumstances of position and importance. .
once affected me-and no one can feel the pressed the life out of the body. As I lay thus I our readers. It was offered by himlwtc. : imparting to his boy all the crocked tricks (question Internal Improvements. A person Almost at the same time that I declared my _
suddenly heard a bird's of I amid the multitude! the may be ihu greatest latitudinarian, or the adhesion to the resolutions of the Baltimore t
glad gush of feeling which came over roe guth song from the jug at gravy and bard ways and careless maxims, which.I
when I found all this scene was but a d,cam. 'I: tree beneath my windows ; how joyfully it Magyer !heroes who fell in the battle of I llapoylua. : have, undone himself.Go : I strictest COstfctionist! nnd yet hive written Convention, I voted with equal good faith for :

I lay thus for a moment, thinking of the ] warbled] unconscious ofthe agony so near it and wn- originally I i pulJllu'd in til to the jail-the and find I i that letter with perfect consistency)', simply bills in the Senate providing: for the improve;' .l f.
I -and how heart sickened. I penitentiary- because all it does is to decline being presenton ment of rivers and harbors: and l lakes, and advocated 4
change, and then resolved to spring. from the my within rue as I Opjioiilion a journal of Pe t \ translate there the wretch most l sullen, brutal and bar- ,1:
bed and dress myself] immediately] : but what {.card it.Soon from the German.-X. 1*. Tribune. I dened. Then look! at infant that occasion. The letter to Mr. Nicliol-: their passage in my seat } and this.is t
Jour son. examines and denies the the
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was my surprise! and horror, when I found I persons came and wrapped me in i Such he is such son power of Congress precisely reason why accuse_ many of i,
up Almighty Lord God of She warriors ofArpad R! to you, to some motherwas to the Wjlmot Proviso and the Whig and .
endeavors papers politicians .
pass ofdisfngenuousness
could not move. :My\ body and limbs seemed white linen, and swathed limbs and made !
I my : Lui I k down from thy starry throne this man. That: hard hand was soft and show! that the .
to measure would be i inexpedient or something worse in that
rigid as marble, and of an intolerable weight the horrible funeral Some asserting
: I arrangements. upon thy imploring servant, from whose lips! delicate-that rough voice was tender and and if it Chicago letter, which contained '
even my
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unnecessary were a
I could neither turn my head, nor stir hand I one said, *' How ghastly his eyes Jool," and I :I the pracr of millions ascends thy lta\'c/, lisping ; fond eyes followed as he played-and constitutional. This i is its There is word on the subject, was proof of hostilitytoalithe
nor foot. My eyeballs) were fixed on a j then pressed down the the i ftent. 'I my .
epot I tltlJ over praising the unsearchable power of li was rocked and nursed as something holy. : not in it, from beg.nning: to end, one word I action Congress, iff the face
upon the wt.it wall above my head, and I Icoull balls of eyes. Never ti then did I dream nipotence. 0 God, over rne shines thy sun, There was a time too, when his heart, soft going to show my opinion wa that Slavery! I of my official course and of my publicly very de ,3

neither turn them nor draw down the thai this accursed spot, which my gate and beneath me repose the relics of my heroic and unworn, rniyhl have mouldered! to lids. In vain I strove to move-I was per. had been rivettcd for so many hours, could be. brethren ; above my head the sky is of his Maker, and been sealed with many good men who yet retain the.rmpression at most oflhe prominent. men of our I .
fectlystilTand torpid, and without the power of r con dear to me. The thought that wo were: blue and under! my feel the earth i is dyed red I the seal l of Heaven. But harsh hands seized they received during a period of rxciternent who while they held to the doctrines parly oftbo ";,
motion. There feeerred to be some'appaling: viewing an}' object, however mean, for the with the holy! blood] of the children of our un.cl'stor. it-and all is over with him forever.; and which they gained from the I resolutions! held likewise to the-poVrer of
disconnection between the will and the muscular lattime, always raises its importance, and So Ifthe lender child I special ,
he is
Let ihe beams of ( made .
weeping
thy often '
animating sun press, too pursuing its object without regard I legislat.on: and voted for tno same bills. f ;
system-between I the mind and the body, gives it a fictitious charm ; and now this spotto fall here that the callous, heartless man ofthe all.hiehiev.. iI
fuwers may spring up frm: the ; to the higher considerations ofjustice.Let .- I! I do not know, indeed, that there b a single: ,
as if J living soul was changed Mezetins-\ me was like the straw to a drowning :
my man, child the 1
the
that hulls of ing skeptic of beautiful '
bloi'd so departed beings sneering ; him who doubts! what I say on the sub. I Senator who denies to Congress all t Id ;
like to a dead body. There was no pain- the silver light Sunlight in a dungeon power 'r
prisoner's not moulder unadorned. God of l and modest-the shameless abandonetiand
may our fa.thers ; ject of these letters, turn to them and read fur legislate over this Certainly Mr. .
I
only a fearful sensation, as if the whole air -the last link to this visible earth. I God what the world I mater. It
and of the nations hear and bless I this is does for the little To the law and tothe Calhoun does not, who adopts the wholesome .'t
himelf testimony.
Lad congealed into a firm, strove in vain to l Keep the lids
transparent am. open -slowlythey the voice of our warriors while the arm and one. now ask Mr. Greeley-for I doctrine of strict; construction. I am aware
her which held me strictly imprisoned. yielded to the pressure of the fingers, and the soul of brave nations thunder break the There was a time when the Divino One his candor-what has my letter to a respect gentle it is difficult to draw a practical line at all 1 .
Suddenly, like the swift track ofa falling gradually the range of vision became more iron hand of as it forges its chains. stood the earth and
little
tyranny !) upon children sought man who invited me to attend the Chicago times Iet\ccn objects that ought and thatought )
star, the though shot across .my mind that I and more confined, until all was utterly out. \s I free man 1 kneel on these freshgraves tl draw near to him. But: harsh hminn; beings I Convention to do with opinions the not to engage the attention of Congress
was dead. Yes, that could be ihe only solution Never before had the fear of being IJried a. by the, remains of my brothers. By stood! Lch\'ttI him anl them forbidding I subject of Internal Improvements my ?upon I was and I think! therefore, looking to the abuse to j )
of this dreadful enigma: -I was sure that: 1 lire suggested itself, but now it came over me such a sacrifice as theirs thy earth would be their Ah which the whole Mil ,
approach., it. not .always been. I i a.-Ipil to attend that Convention : find that itct i is HnM! >., that, ,
Was dead but 0 God was this deatu 7 like a gulping wave. I thought that I shouldbe tbr
consecrated were it al! stained with sin. O F so i \o not even we, wita, our hard and un I was all that I was asked. I answered I should eflort should be to narrow and not to enlarge
Had we been always mistaken, and did IhetJul laid down alive in the charnel-house a. God oir this:holy soil, above these graves, no subdued feelings-our worldly and un cripll. not, attend ; and that was all I answered.; the circle of power; and such I understand '*
remain thus to haunt the body withoutthe mnong the decaying corpse?, and stilled from race ofblaves can: live. 0 Father! Father ral habits and nnaxinis-stand like a darkcrcen And yet this answer, as I have stated, was: be ihe viewsufihe Democratic party. t t'
ability to cast it off! Was death only a the clear breath of heaven, famish, if indeed of Father
"
our Mighty L.> child and
O\'r mpiads1. twtf"1 our its Savior, and circulated from one end of the Union to the The other proof of !
insincerity
suspension of power over this fibrous mass I weie lot dead then. All the frightful stories mighty God (if'the II'a\'l'n, the Karth and the' keep, even from t the choice bud of our hearts, other, during the late Presidential contest, as already stared, is drawn from, as the I have -7.
and these finely organized senses, and nicely of such occurrences that Iliad'tOr read! facts 'n.
Seas From these
springs a glory the radiance which might unfold it for Para- conclusive evidence of hostility to improvement that in leiter to Mr.
my any my Nicholson I '
adjusted muscles Only the came to mind and the hope ultimate took J
breaking one my re.covery whose radiance is on the brow of rny people.. disc ? "SufTer little children to como unto by the General Government, be ground against the Wiltnot Proviso
link in the subtle chain that connected all grew feebler] and feebler. Hallow their dust with Thy grace that the me and forbid them not" is still the voice of the character ofthe object what it might. I by l laxt' from the Territories, excluding"Slavery i i

the faculties and powers of their instruments ? The night came, and how dreary and un. ashes of rny tidll'l heroic brethren may rest in the Son of God-but the cold world still closes had supposed that the device had served its believe.that Slavery, with without, and nov ,'
Perhaps the soul was never freed until the! ending it seemed. Ono after another I heard peace Leave us not Great God of battles round and forbids. purpose, and was among the things that have striction, will not be established or : that re: i : .

body had rotted off little by little, into a mass the hours struck by the clock, until at last In the holy name of the nations, praised be When of old, the disciples would question I been. Little did I anticipate that a man of the wonder i is gravely there. An4 i '. 'I
of expressed how
corruption and exhaled or fallen to dust ; from pure exhaustion, I lost my senses. I Thy Omnipotence. Amen. their lord of the higher nnsteries of his king. Mr. Greeley's intelligence and reputation for writs that letter and the could t "
letter
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and of three lines
I was destined to inhabit this 1'vitig house 'I must have been late in the morning when I dom, he took a little child, and set him in the integrity would revive this exploded chargeand :10 the Chicago Convention i J
and feel it slough away from me and perish, returned to consciol( neu. I felt hands upon What Shadows ire Pursue."-I low poor midst, as a sign of him who would be the would refer to that t letter furnishing haracter of hone and yet claim to '1J

ere I could emerge into the light and beauty me-they were lifting; me into my coflin I does earthly glory nppear, in view of the re. greatest in the kingdom of heaven. That any index to my sentiments on this a subject, or tIe graver wonder to an bow t man It is a much ..

ofa new life. This I had never dreamed of, heard them screw in screw after crevv until tributions and consumlations of eternity... gentle teacher still remains to us. By every any ground to convict me of inconsistency in of public me whose intelligent Editor* 1 '
influence : Mt \
and all the joy and luxury existence, allthpaen.e the lid was fastened and only the narrow space The P.esiicnt of a great nation, carries a hearth and fire-side, Jtsussti sets the little my acts or opinions. I did not go to the opinion! is papr, should venture thus public deaf I
I of light and sunshine and fresh air. all remained open. I felt the sides oflhe coffin crushing load on his bade through four weary child in the midst of Chicago Convention, because I did not think with a political 1 in to i ii
the utter disregard of
thousand fold delights with which God has jar and rub against my arms, and I despairedthat years, lays it down, and This is the Wouldsl thou know, 0 man what is that lhat any good would result from HS labors his true position.opponent It will not surprise but i I i- :'

'I such strewn this pictured world were not worth I. should ever recover my power of mo- privilege sought by multitudes, who for the faith which unlocks heaven ? Go not to the did not believe, nor do I now lelevt that such it will many who have viewed course you I

would\ a price. Upon these lips the worm I tion. sake of the honor, are willing to undergo the wrangling polemics or creeds and form* of the. bodies, in perios political -per. in a party aspect, to be told that my in that only : I
their feed, and I could not drive him away- The coflin \\1 lifted and placed upon fatigue and misery. Let me fill that Chair ology, but draw to thy bosom thy little one, haps, at any period-either by the letter to Mr. Nicholson] I expressly Mated,very s ",

ed eyes, through which the saul had look. a table. Some one asked when I was to be and die is the aspiration of many an ardent and read in that clear and trusting eye the concentration ofpublic opinion or by the diffusion opinion to be, that Slavery would! never extencj mv \ '

fould upon a mild, glorious world, clear glasses! buried. This afternoon," was I In answer, politician, struck with the sublimity of the les on eternal life. Be only to thy God as information,can lead to any useful plan to California or New Nexico ; and that h Iho' il 1
change until they were loathsome and .' he has now been dead two day*." IlIad exit of Harrison, or the calmness of that ofPolk. thy child is to thee, and all is done. Blessed of actiofi. Invited, as the members of that inhabitants of those whether

'hoJgb'corrupted.! Oh, God I, the agony of such a then been unconscious for the length of a Yet one of the greatest of men caledit shalt tbou be indeed-" a little' child shall Convention were, from every portion ">f the depend on their plo! : s regions or their herds, they .

Nothing I had ever imagined{ equal, I whole day. Now the time instead of drag. all *' shadow '"- V. ,!'. Jour. Com. lead the/ I Union the sphere of operation was fJ too be Skmholders." I quote wit] full I

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0 Mr. Madison la red the action ; old Con. I TIlE FLORIDIAN .
Buchanan nod t.l ofttt .
the of Mr.
111\tion opinions j. 17S7 &JOUHX.cL' The people! cf New Orleans have }been recently The publication! of this valuable Southern, will not do-it is not a sure way of ply Ing the
Mr. Walker, the former: of whom says : Ii (federation in passing ILp OrJintC" ; -

is morally Impossible, th"rc tire, that: a majority and if I ('0 not misnndf rstand. ) the late .Mr. 1- A. E. MAXWELL R. B. HILTON, thrown into a state of gre=t excitementon I work, after h.iving been suspended for a few guillotine. Frt; t b"had him, (his being a

of the emigrants to that portion of tbe Jusic! Story" he entertained similar views t account of an alleged outrage: whidi we month, has been resumed, and the number i democrat ii enough fjr suspicion against him,)

territory touth of SO"1 30. will ever re rtablisu \vh'n be said I hat acquir-d territory)' nvnt !.!I JDTORI- --AD_ u_PflPflItTJS.__ -------- i., fist'J! stated as follows correspondent! of I for July! now lies before u?. I present to then find out whether he has been 6 honest,

Slavery within its limits." Mr. V'.:k- be under the dominion jurisdic'ion' of theUni.rn ]1 the Union : Lj a I (be reader tLe following rich and inviting fable I I iithf( and capable.! That is the surest
cr maintains that beyond the Rio del NotteShuery or it would be without any gOH'r"mentlt I Saturday, August U, 1S49. I II way <
will not pass not only because it is all." If to avoid this later conse. You may remember that some months of contents : to get rid of him. If afterwards. everything

forbidden by Ianbsl because the colored! 'f'frac j qurnce Congress exercise a power net other I COTTON CROP.-Until within a few days II iince, on the discovery cia conspiracy to annex I. Intercommunication lettceen the Atlantic should! be fund ri ht, no matter ; it will i be

there preponderates? in the ratio often !I \tir to be defended,that p-j-acr should be hcretcfore have shown, i Cuba to the United States, the Governor and Pacific Oceans. By the Editor.II. too late then to repair the wrong, a thij would
s.; as our accounts of
number
limited the of the occasion whichcal's p I I, General of that island! arrested a
to one oer the whites, nnd liolimg: as they ; > by necessity
the incumbent be
i of its new to turned
An the government and rn",t of thf offices fn j ( it fotth. To pressrve the! peacaofsocittv our planters! were Trjoicir.g: in the pro tlii of f must wealth and distinction and threw them into as By D. C. which of course, would be too a tiola.!
their pos!esioi: they will no! permit the en- -and tr .gruuud support w a very)' fine crop But since our last we of cmracter soi clmate great

statement of any portion of the coluted race.1
which makes and eiecutes s th Jaw-j of the : ;zrcss should conduct the legislation of the magical, change in their fields. fhe excec.sivcly their escape, chiefly through the aid ofa man Communication helium 'eu York and This Tayiomm his a trick of policy which
i''i rInries, than that they should! conduct the I named Ju.in Francisco Iley, one of the jail k
remarks I add The
country. And lo these : JYew Orleans.-Proposed new route by Rail the first Washington certainly forgot to broach.
of Masicbu hot wethlr\'hich prevailed fue\"erall and with the latter succeeded in reaching .
Virginia or ,
therefore t he etaini.nation legislation set.- ors, ,
question, it will t-een on shou'd GtAvr- after the rains has their had been here i Iload across he Florida Peninsula. By G. Probably all the less' ns of ihe :
doe not regard the exclusion; of -la.! I' It i enough iJt tl oy organ z days heavy s'ripped this clr. Key someweeks eu1er.times

f' very from a region where it now exists, but a ment; ; and the necessity for the iltlr.timnctr.eaCF. -I cotton ofa large portion of' its forms and the : }boarding at the house of a Jose Mo- II. Fairbanks! of Florida.IV. are through with, and the latter-day hero,th

prohibition against its introduction where it i i I And the result proves this ; I stalks! : in many places are almost bare of fruit 1 I' rante, when he was taken so sick that a me 1- Coton.-The only practical method. student of modeh," is noaancn into

: does not exist, and where, from the feel'ngs of\ lor the local governments do manage the internal except that which has already matured; called ical man was called in to attend to him. In presented to its producers of advancing and : hgher branches. How fortunate that a s4'rt
of the territories in most I the meantim-, a large reward was offered IJ
the inhabitants, and the laws of Nature, it j is. concern '
} its Hamilton has retarded his
morally impossible! as Mr. Buchanan: say i ci:es, and would as s'afely in all, if not restrained : the bottom crop. The showers for a day or t the Governor Generl of Cuba for te'. delivery controlling.. price. By Sraitb.ufKentucky. memory not progress !

"that it can over re-establish! itself." I have || by Congressional interposition ; and 'I j t two past may arrest the further falling off I to him ot I Iley, and it i is said that his whereabouts : .

never uttered to a human being a sentiment i| ifColrps'can pas beyond the power to or. 'i, but these came too late to save anything like I having I been at length asceitained Ijthe V. The Mississippi Swamp. By Rev. :Mr. The Indian OtbreaUp

in opposiliou to these views ; and subscq sent j I gani/.e Governments they may ruc a territo. j I a full crop. We have }been tod! also that a Spanish consul here, Don Carlos de Es- I Price of Louisiana.VI. to this time (Saturday) no further au.

et'cnts-the events indeeJ of every day-confirm -j j! ry ii their pleasure and prostrate every barrie'r faw been If I pana, that functionary oflered 3 reward of I Sugar. By Prof. McCulIoh, of Washingfon thentic' intelligence has: been received from
cateppiHars'havc seen. they
of freedom. If: 1 have heretotoie fan J, who would
as : $300 to Iley
their and render U any person convey
impossible i .
justice the Indian Some of the .
I I). C. country.
that Slavery should be re-established in the j they can regulate the relation' i.f master anJ :, shoud! come now in any large numbers, the I to Havana. It appears further, that in compliance I correspondents

region ceded to ui by Mexico. Such is the i[ servant, what but their own will is to prevent i j crop will be cut very short. i I : with what is believed to be positive ', True Secret f American n n ..Jlf- of the Governor mention that the Signs

general)opinion in the nvn.dl\"t boldiog Stales IhpI from regulut'nj the other relations! j t I instruction: from the Governor; of Havana, king. By SidneyVilder, of North Cardina. Indians have been seen in different places

among those who are mot Attached to thocompromises I' of JV,| -the relation oj t husb.ndand wife, and ti i Tun .INDIANS.-There are many flying i the consul took measures, by the employment 'I YI I[r Slavery in the i'ez Territories. among the white seltle&en! !*, but no clue '}a

of parent and < child ;. and, indeed all tilt of two or ruffians and by bribing almost
ofthe Constitution and most de. i, rumors from the lower counties, but nothing ; tbrt'p IX. lImo shall Cotton maintain remunerating been given as to their movements. In the
termined maintam them and I do not doubt 'objects which belong tLe social l state .- 1 I every person having any communication with I
but that there are many persons; in the South. I There is no man who can stow the slightest :, ceitain or definite as to what the Indians arc or influence over Rc10 hive him abducted Prices ? By Miles II. McGehee, of absence of other news, we publish extracts!.

crn States: who resist the Wilmot Proviso with I necessity for this in'erfejence on the part of, at. The settlers continue in great alarm, and \ sent back to Ia\au.a, and delivered to the ississippi.I from a letter or two received at the Executive .

all their power, as offensive to the feelings, I the General! Government and there is consequcntiy ',. are flocking in numbers to the villages in the government Iley being sti confined Commerce and Resources of the United office. Mr.[ J. Daring.T Lo is familiar

and injurious to the rights of the South, IJutwbo '; : no man wbo can show that it has any | South and East. Others are banding together to his room by sickness, the assumingthe Slates. with Indian character, writes on the 23th July,

still believe it is a rather I right to iutcrfeic on the ground of its necessa. \ i character cf a physician, succeeded,thro',
question ofprin-
and for the of other things, as follows
defence their :
preparing Progress of thr S Slates, 4c., ffc. among
ciple than of action, and that circumstancesare I rv action. The people of the Icrritolts are his agents about the sick man in having himself u.er

preparing an exclution which Congress lully competent to conduct their own IfT.uT; J Jand'lhe homes.It substituted for the attending physician The third article in this series, by Hon. G. .The official reports will informyour Excellency I

principle! of our soci.il: system ; is said the Washington authorities have who unskillful. Heh II. Fairbanks of that thee: depredations hare beta committed by on"
has no right to pronounce.In very frt was represented as very St. Augustine, is devoted to I and the same m&rauding party, and that that

the view here taken, the efiott lo engraftthe demands that should be permitted to"do, so': j! ordered troops to the line, but how many we )d previously made arrangements with the a notice of the proposed Railroad across the I consi, ted ol onl four men, but from private a.ice/, I

Wilmot Whichever may be the source, says captain of the schooner Mary Ellen, a regu. I and the quantity of good.*, &.c. removed,ir is evident
proviso upon an act of Congress, !: are not apprised. Isthmus of Florida from St. Cedar
had the Chief Justice :Jarshl, speaking doubtfully of j Tar trader between this city and Havana, to Marys to |j that the party, particulailj at the Ir.dian Sicre,must

even Congress requisite power, i is a the origin of jurisdiction' whence this j The Ocala Argus ofthe lid states : Iley to the last named place.! The captain Keys, an act of incorporation for which was i I have rompoinlof a lrgl number of Indian*.-
useless attempt todirert the legislation i of the jlakl A glance at the nap of convince
country to an object which wuud! be just as power may be derived" the possession of it isunqueslionaLle. j'i That Indian signal i fires extend over the was receive SI,000 ; and the better to granted by our last Legislature.: Since its ,I that it i U not at all likely thai< I the oil party who were you at I

certainly attained without! it. If Congress lie i is speaking! of the pow. country from the Oclawaha to the St. Johns I' cloak suspicion, had the vessel cleared for St. publication we see that this subject has been Indian River on the 13th were at PeaCrek .a the I,
Government : and no doubt it becomest ( I'lh. Our stock of 'd* at the Indijn Stoic
I er Thoma The vessel had been four das go *
have not the power as I believe they have i i and thence appear !lo connect \ith signals on I engaging not a little the attention of the than the habit of
t people larger we were in kccpuis
important to ascertain how, and h AV i 0
not, in common with a large of the j I the Atlantic. A .We have, ready for sea, although in ballast, when, Ileyi :ban
portion I far has justly! possessed it, iu order i postscript says : l' of New Orleans. The Editor of the Picayune We had lain in a stock fnr the whole Irvlian
people! it becomes worse than useless by becoming Congifss i: this moment authentic news from Benton co., i having recovered sufficiently to venture a- I for four months, to avoid bavin to haol hv land lu-
I to ascertain to what extent it may be exer- broad, the consul, with two of his accomplii ha come out in a long leading article rin: the : wakUled
unconstitutional. And in addition lo : and stop the pres to announce it. The In. j t ; rainy 9-a30n. Captain} Payne en
this It is peculiarly! offensive to one.half of! cised. In almost all-I believe I may say all J Ji | diuns have burnt one dwelling-the familyescaped. i: ces, proceeded to the house where he boarded zealous'y enforcing the importance! of the new life 1 l"th, between sunset and dark, and the store
-the and in of thepower was burned on Wednesday nht: the (15th.#
ihe States of the Union, who see in it an attempt i! speeches essays support I!; They are now in small parties.1 I and expressing the opnion: that a little exercise enterprise ; and has been followed by the j .The systematic manner inthich these outran
I of Congress to legislate! over Shivery j
to circumscribe their and 1: the '. No in the open air would do him good, invited the 'a
rights to mor- after to deduce it from spreading over country.) lime for communications of several correspondents.! I wEe commit :nr profound secrecy that rI -
lily' their pride of character. No man can endeavoring vaguely : more to save mail. Send him to lake a ride.. The unsuspectingvictim tended the project the leaving the bc-dy of Mr. Barker -
look at the signs ofthe times without some clause or other of the Constitution, the :: troops. acquiesced, and having rode about for j II Of the Re\'it\", we wish we could say I}I unacalpf'J, their Grin.; on ,he camp of James
being principal reliance is at last the authorly !. | j that would: j Whiddenand then walking away. all show that the
satisfied that the prosecution of this I; upon i G2a. Cass' Letter. an hour or more, the party stopped at a res. I something convince those of our !'
question under orders. It i is
i I were
not
of the few instancrs of its exercise be perpetrators acting
is producing the worst state of feeling ; and ;, to | j taurat to dine. Here Iley was plied so freely readers who are able to subscribe for it, ofi / known whether the two men killed at the Store were
found in the statute-books.! and ; -We call the attention of readers to the 1
though I trmt (bat, happen; what may, our i, t Authority i our I, with wile, that owing to his weakness, and 1i i its sterling icorth. Devoted as it is to the ad. scalped or cot, because their t.odie.'were consumed
Southern IretbreniH still cling to the Union ;; precedent have weight-:and ought to have i letter of Gen. CASS- which we publish on the perhaps to the addition of some narcotic drug i '! with the buildinz. The fact that Mr. Barker VIM
: some weight-in doubtful questions but: 11 : vancemenl of the interests t and the development j I not scalned prove nothing; several Indians togethI -
; he became and in this state
equally their ark of safely and still thereare outside! cf paper. is a production i' soon stupid, was
OtTS. :; trust there ate few to be found who are pre. I to.dajs I I hurried to the schooner. As the fellow of the resources of the Southconduc.ted I! er killed him, and riM hare !Itfr rl bedy, becamei ,
evils! short of a separation which! i-very i i eminently worthy of the character which his; poor i it belonzeti to neither in particular: ard besides they
pared lo shut the Constitution, and to seek in jt j the vessel confused idea of foul with talent and skill which should! make
good citizen should eeek to avoid. He should! approached a ; might; hive been in to treat haste toburn. plunder
i the practice of the Government the {Hnlation ,:, most enthusiastic admirers have given him,. have crossed h.s beclouded and destroy, as the pporle t,;d escaped. and night'
seek to avoid a.'l occasions of unfriendly f feel t play must : un er. i the Squill proud of it as her commercial or- [
of its ; and more especially when, as :: as a patriot and statesman. What Soutbl'r. I! for he hard to I I rturn upon them. From what I know of these Indians .
power
to avoid far be the agitation I standing. get !
ings as struggled
as ,
; !suddenly (
may j this the gin-surely the people! of this portion cf the ]:| I am convinced that at the last green corn
i case, ) legislative proceedings : is there who lead ibis and 1 But the consul and his
powerful
of s.tions boitile to the sentiments inter. ear man can j away. satraps were .
flu or Union will suffer it i d'Jc, whichtnok place in the latter part of June
to believeiithotit I not to languish and die
patted, as we reason away -
otts different section of ihe count rv, and paTcH argument against the constitutionalty !. i ready fo the contingency. They iniRVuii- the Indians determined to make war. and fight it out
: objection or inquiry. They commenced by 1 I' him and the in- for want of is published! j jrnnithly j that thwdefertni-Tiiioawaa' their
support.
thus tending to array one of them agninst, an. ( of the Wilmot Proviso, in which the resident ately pinioned ; answering I 1 I precipitated by
adapting the provision of au oftheold I rcent confinement to their f." Units i if ,
ordiunct n. probable
of that he drunken !
other. There is euougb passing in the Old I quirks passers-by, was a at $5 per annum by Messrs..Weld''
Government to the administration! of new ofa northern State, in the midst of an o. I j aifl that hcrt of spnce ad lit it em. n-> peace can: te
World-and if there were not, there is runaway sailor hurried !him on board ihe vessel & Co. 72 Street New Orleans, .
enough Camp -to made with them. The reason is.tbaf the two raffs
around i{ cue, and thus implfdij' jectgnizing: the ( : helming majority of those opposed to the I which immediately pushed off into the rh. I
passing us-to leach u? the inestimable \'er\ whom business l letters should be addressed. [ are naturallY hfwfi'* fo each other. The Indian.Vfithout ,
value of our institutions, and that these elusion of Slavery, seem to have gone on !! South, has fio forcibly maintained her cause,, (The man has, long 'ere this, been d.! : I tl! e KD ,wledgj ofciviiizati nfca attedup-

ought not to be hazarded by internal dissensions J silently! and unquestioned: fur jears. 1 have j ji i without fcelins emotions gratitude! ? Gen. I Ilr.: to the authorities! of Havana, and pro.I I Ion bl'i instinct in ceu-uefer.c.. rejprait.ij ct cine
: not had time to look back! to ascertain the : I! laMdied! the hands jhe executinpr ) Th re is always a willingness among the j j quences acciall lt in by
as unnecessary their origin as they 1 CASS is under 1'rlle! to the South. c the : cr remove theta out of itHad the
: obligation Floridians country
; bets precisely, but I believe it \ be found !I The.circumstances of this furnish the to get up a war with the Indians j
are portentous in their consequences. ( i ; case 1 Indian; na'inn been well disawed. their would before
''that this Las iieter exercised Though he espoused her cause, she yet and the public! are ever sure t/ be ,
power promptly
So much for the f.Hec j grossest violation: of the rights secured to those this time h,e proScred sJfisfctir for the murller4
expediency of urging a ; where there was a united sectional opposition J to sustain him in the last Presidential can. I who oar: soil, or who are sheltered byourflig informed of the "cruelties: of the savages" :" and oatrasrs:1 committed.! Their failure to da *o is
thus advocated
measure and op;osed. Hutbe'ond to it. Precedent may weigh much in the I ,treat that International when tie truth often i is that the Indians are !t another proof that they ''dein earned and that '
she ,
| He has no reason to believe that : was ever perpetrated.
this question i i. a nill more important i consideration of a doubtful I question' the \\Iot.! I "as' goaded into acts violence by the injustice i!!i t these a :rc55i.mJ are not the work of a mere cmauj : -
law has been under I
cne in a Constitutional Government will dal him future occa- I : trampled foot a j I ding To demani the delivery of the murder-
and that has been considered more justly by on 3 and ofthe party
: and perfidy Traveller.
iuliec maturely i breach of the has been commit-t.I whitcs.-Bostol J: force will
to be
is tbe of 1 I! gross peace I j ITS no jui'iee a military rt'mrf'di ;
o\ver Congress to
? legislate the from South.
owr But if he has little
; many mind have been brought tn bear liun. to hope I 'i .1tjfcientt..wtilothe \\liole Indian oariort.r.d
and this be "p'JI i I t td. to compass the accomplishment! of an act is thus northern sends out its | the
subject ; niut t settled? affirrnathely its adjustment. But as the foundation of polit- | ern favor in the course which he has taken, i of the most criminal nature, agrievi I I : [piper i: moment snch a frr<*e appears oa their b.>rJtr*. the
before tbe propriety of legislative! acioti: can i! ical thus inlrojuced is of involving calumnies: against our citizens. These evanHelizin i I j Indians will attack i it.**
be considered. I power, :practice j what has lie not to fear for his popularity in i. tills wrong to an ildi'ithnl. and a grave out. I i
am not going over this little ,'ahll paiticuiaily when i comes to in. 1 : this nation and this too, by a ;* New Englanders can expend oceans j We hare room for but one other extract
ground at present. I have already touched I the North fr persisting: in the avowal of his j'I nge upon ; con.
t 1! voice I grave question: ?, eniouly I afTectin I the I I sul of under the of sympathy upon our who are too '!
auin2 negroes
taken
upon it in my letter to Mr. Nicholson! and I sentiments even in language: more forceful! pain residing t.crt, ; from a letter written bv Cu!. Je"se Car.
; Union. We then horn
turn instinctively and the directions of the Governor happy to thank them for their t
shall have I I authority by over-rigbteotisj J of the attack Peas
probably an opportunity of ter. Speaking on Creek
,
been done hat and than The
cxpres. what has to \ ought to de done emphatic ever. tiopti'ar current General of Ciba.I .
ting my sentiments more fully at the j : : intermeddling, and upon cruelly inhuman! he
next 6es- from the to the says. :
authority
precedent au.J
has swept as a mighty flood over that
pore I The friends of the Spanish Consul have
ison of Congress. J of the Constitution.: These times 1 : I savages, who are steeped through and through I .'
ihority are lion of the Union. That current is in ( In this attack they(the Indians)tbtaiced twelte
I shall content myself with presenting a i! which. try such questions. Who can wonder i u'o! publshed a statement. denying an)criminalityon with the venom barbarous: malice and are I I I new rifle, two cr three kegs powder, and near one

few general remarks here as thc subject lies ;< that with the views entertained on this subject {i| of the Wilmot Proviso. There is not the 1 his part, and alleging that Iley went on utterly perfidious in all their conduct, }but never hundred pottn l l leadwith a quantity: of drj-gocdi. ,

in my way. There ia one important cousid- i I"y" the South, an appeal should be made to I Ij i slightest sign of a reflux or reaction. I has I| boaid the vessel voluntarily! under assurances a word sympathy have for the I I trinkets&c.
they suffering A McCaller and his wife he with
escaped two.
eration which meets us at the threshold .j the common charter ufthe or that i ij broken the barriers
very country a through
presented pardon and The !
1\1 : [ safely. matter is un'Jergoing white man. Let Indians murder butcher and she with or.e wound-with x\hotn I converted
of this inquiry ; there is no express power in i j large portion of our citizens should be satisj I{ by the }boundaries of slave states, Missouri and and] us, : The attack was made \'hue the party sat at !uppr
the
Congress to legislate over the Territories, to j fed with no answer not derived from it 1i ?- ; judicial investigation, truth our famile, and destroy our property, oh ill{| on lheveninsof 17th. The Indians took |'K t-

be found in the Constitution ; for I believe it i That what has been must t continue to be, is a I Kentucky. I is now-when} the love of so'i i i' in regard to it will soon be better known.- U but the fruit of our "injustice and perfidy.\' 1 ion in front of the door.and tip d a volley into the

is now generally conceded-as indeed it must principle which has done more to perpetuate many', who were warm supporters ofthe con. 1: If the accouns: against the Consul he verified, this i hnnse, killing Messrs. Payne and \Vhiddcn instan'I!.
1 I I was cry against our citizens that caused j They had not drank spirits, and there had beea
be-that the to dispose of and all the other have stituticnal of the South has | any
power mike '
thin
causes uhich wax-1 I
alt\'j will
guarantees the assume national with them
I case a importance such tardiness in taking the field these nodiflici.lty! and the white by which i it
needful rules and regulations, far the Territory operated upon political institutions. I' ed cold, when almost the entire North is against the action of Government. against |i could hare been provoked. The attack n Mr. Whid-
our
and other property of the United States Those who advocate and those who oppose : requiring savage foes in the previous war. This same !!1 deajoccurred on the mornins of the I0th ultimo,
and without feaiful ---
contaius no i us, we are not apprehensions is to be used but it is iibontsix t miles from the store,in direction of the
grant political power oxer per. the Wilmot Proviso occupy very! different GOVERNMENT CALIFORNIA. The cry now ; hoped it will ]
1' that oven the South will not be : FOR i settlements; he e capl'dtith hw limilj-one of
sons upon such properly, either within or with sitions. The former urge: its adoption : not check arrangements; for speedy relief.! | whom received wound.
out the respective States. And if it does in matter expediency, in order, toclrluut Slavery true lo herself that Gen. CASS puts foith, in j Taylor .\dlinistralion have established a \'j I Indians have I
I The renewed their horrid [ On my return throozh the settlements I found the
the one, it must in the other ; for these wordsare I from the newly aC'lJircd territories, the touching language of earnest patriotism, government for California, with Gen. Riley I prac- I inhabitants in great alarm, whom I adviaed to assemble I,

equally applicable: to the Territory and : where it does not exist i \lcr it cannot I an appeal in behalf of (the reasonableness! of I as Governor. Tho General has undertakemithe tics without provocation. There is no |f at point most convenient to save their crops J

other property of the United States wherever -'I, be denied that this as morally I her duties assigned him, and in a published ground for saying that they have been "goaided" ;I and stock and to organize in parties sufficiently I
the
to Yet the
chargeis
situated. But there arc some five or sixprovisions certain without as with it; while) the latter i opposition Pro\iso. into it by our citizens. Our frontier ![; strong defend themselves; which they are norrdoinc
in i that Gen. CAS-S h a trimmer!-standing I i proclamation tells the people! of that region -ome of the nearest settlers coming in here.
the Constitution, whence all oppose (his measure on the ground of irs : settlers have been much annoyed by the con i From the demonstrations made I am convinced it i is
the power is sought to be deducedsome unconstilutionality, and a large portion of(he ever ready to snuff the popular breeze, and I that the laws and system of government in stant incursions of the Indians the commencement of war "

persons deriving I from one clause, and Union on ground also of its interference with throw himself into tho ranks of the majority force under Mexican rule not inconstant with beyond their 'I .* a a Information from Manatee this eveniriZ.

Bore from another ; while each is more for.tunate I their rights and feelings. The contest lo Would to God that there were more trimmers I the U. S. constitution, laws and treaties, will limits but have borne it patiently. And now announces the discovery; of a great li.ht Iat nisht indirection
in showing where does has rise has that their forbearance has the of Sarasoto, which we apprehend has been
i not, than which: this subject given alreadyIJecn be in force until the tempted wily
of the same character 1 kept general attacked. Mr. SnelPs presumed lobe
where it does exist. government negrle3'I'ere
The exercise ofa great productive i of the worst (onslqu changes
------
like upon
political power this by a legislature two has prevented all people in Manatee.! ."
years i legisla. is to be set down as the result of their i come ,
injus-
deriving its existence li'or a written tion over most important regions: and has left Foreign Intelligence. to elect delegates to a cOn'entionlo frame

Instrument, ought not lo depend on such them without government and in a state ofsocidl The news by the Cambria possesses more a State constitution. How far all this delegation lice and perfidy !1" What a pity that these C:7 A writer in the Whig Review modestly:!

loose constructions. Nothing shows the disorganization: to our own reproach and I than usual intcicst. Another advance of an authority to Gen. Riley is compatiblewith men, who think it holiness to" vilify their advises the democrats of the South to join in

well grounded doubts respecting I ihi* to the of the world.I brethren and to lake to their embrace
better than the power surprise I eighth ofa penny in the price of cotton, with the powers vested in Ihe administration some support of the Taylor administration, because,
very uncertainty in which we I do not believe there is another countryon outcast race of
and
are involved in the endeavor lo maintain it the face of the earth which would have immense sails, connected with: the encoura. is a matter of importance not to be lightly negroes, or some degraded if we believe him, northern democrats are getting .

by an express constitutional grant. And no permitted such a state of things. And how ging prospects of European grain crop, gives passed over. The failure Congress to give wickEd race of savages, cannot experience to be as unsound in their free.soil notionsas

wonder that now, when peculiar crcumslan.I I long is it to continue: 1 Is California, to I the southern planter abundant grounds for the country a territorial government was at something ofthe hardships and terrors of border the'northern wbigs. Very strong for whig

ces bring this question rr\ore forcibly ev. become a to intestine dissensions in of life, that they might learn a little of true
prey hope remunerating rales for his staple.- the time considered a great disaster, but if reason, to be sure, but not strong enough to
er before Ihe country, the true foundation of the absence law, or is it to be driven to sympathy and decent patriotism.
ofa1 The accounts of the armistice between Prussia Gen. Taylor can so easily over the **
the power should be severely iriveRii<*uie Thoie who maintain ihe and Demnaik, which had just reached difficulties of the case, there wasa I
ri4ht of Coogres* to charge one of our first duties-a utyofnecessity Removals and Defalcations. fable" about a certain something that vas

pass the Wilmol proviso must maintain not -that of organizing a' Government London at tho departure cf the steamer, it is great deal of unnecessary regret.We warmed into life in a certain somebody's bo
do not understand what has become of Out ofthe thousands who have: been .
only the right of that body to establish gov.erntncnts for the people) who inhabit it. Those who believed, will exert a favorable influence removed
upon Not for that.
Gen. Smith what is the he some quite strong enough
and to provide for the necesii- oppose the Vr'ihnot Proviso on the ground of or position now from office by the present prescriptive
the cotton market still further advance .
causing a It is that the full
lies of J legislation over the public territory, I its unconstitutionally, can never surrender (occupies. hoped particulars Administration, some three or four have been
tH:
in of this will bo made QJ- Whig rejoice ia echoing
known
price. movement soon papers
which is one thing, but also the power to die : their opinions, and vote for it. Those who pointed out as defaulters, though with what
reel all the internal territorial legislation at have heretofore advocated its adoption There is reason to believe that a gloomyand that the people may learn exactly what is truth say-so of John Van Btiren, that the "demo
may remains yet to be proved. The Balti.
its pleasure, without regard to tho will of the well abandon it, convinced, as they must be, sullen reception awaits the Pope on his going on. cratic party is dissolved. It i is well they can

,. people to be afFected by it, which is another that their object will be as well attained with. return to Rome. Money has been dealt out Receipts of Cotton. more Patriot, noticing these charges, winds up derive such satisfaction from Prince John's

,. and quite a different thing. I shall it with it. of thus :
not out to the
enter me one
a I appears to the populace by his friends, wilh,.the hope witticism, as they themselves must regard it.
into subtleties The N. Y. Shipping and Commercial List
,
the
any touc.ir condition of most barren questions that ever divided I "There is no knowing who the

,, sovereignty or the rights it brings with it.- country t ; barren in useful results, but fertilein awakening some enthusiasm in his lchlf of the 4th instant, says-" The receipts of office holders! are not defaulters until among they are for their own. columns, teeming with Taylor

= That subject was a good deal debated at the difficulties and dangers. I freely confess But the purpose fails.< Cotton at all the shipping ports are 2,691,359 remo'pd.'brn such Locofoco officers as appeals betokening alarm and with fierce

last session oi Congress; but it had been ale) that I look with amazement upon,the zealand The accounts from Hungary, though some. bales, against 2,255,515 to same dates last t Patrick Collins, (Port Surveyor at Cincinn.t denunciatinns democrats betokening great

ready exhausted in the discussions previously pertinacity displayed in urging this measure what contradictory, leave no reason (or the increase this of 0.) and Nathaniel Denby, (U. S. Navy Agent strength of opposition, which requires tbeir
; lo our Revolutionary] '. under these circumstances and from year-an season 425,314 Marseilles France
Itrug1Je.'e are \ augur at ) defaulters, all that
IO11 friends of lo of this ultimate prove full force clearly
liberty despair to repel it show
1 ; said the very
bales. The total this is
ereign
riiab (orermcnt to the ihemthe wort cons qt'nces.Thes6 foreign export year must feel that they are liable to be suspected.To .

: Colonies, and may legislate over you a we are my sentiments. They will triumph ofthe cause Freedom. The Hun. 426,853 bales more than last, say 237,241bales establish their integrity, the only remedy they do not regard it as fict.Oz2 .

please. Yo<) are sovereign, said our fathers, give ofTenco to many, and will expose me to garians have probably gained an important increase to Great Britain, 76,831 in. is to resign or }be removed. None will do the friend

and may establish! Government ; but you have much obloquy. But I do not hesitate thus o. victory over Iheir allied foes. At any rate first-the administration, therefore, con. -' In reply to the question of our

I '. no right to interfere, by your Irgi.laton, in penly to avow them ; for every public man strong in tho natural defences of their country, crease to France, 45,545 increase to North fer on them a great favor b doing wi last." 1 ofjheYalulJa Times touching the Comptroller

our internal concerns. legislation who is not to take decided of Europe, and 17,136 increase to other foreign ) state that
prepared a part a- still more in the valor of their hearts and the A new plea,truly,for violatinganti-proscrip.! and his Ofnce, we can only
without r representation is the very essence of greeably to his convictions in times like those, ports. The shipments from Southern to for his health: which tad
tire how well he left on a tour
pledges. calculated!
despotism. This dispute divided one empire. is not prepared to discharge one of the first justice of their cause, wo confidently anticipate Northern ports are 131,540 bales this season Ant are that we

Let us take care that a similar assumption of duJies which belongs to his position. "To ( the overthrow and shameful humiliation and such wholesale! inucndoes against democratic been quite feeble for some time, anti
than last there is decrease
more : a in short
4. power does not divide another. jnsure domestic tranquility," in the words of of their enemies and oppressors.In Stock of ; bales." office-holders, to bring about the era of understand he is expected to return in a

Have Congress any power lo legislate over the Constitution, was one of the great motives Ireland though tho potato disease has 56,290 good feeling" which it was th3 mission of the
the Territories 7 I said in my l letter to Mr. ofthe people of the United States in the or- time.'I
Nicholson; How for an existing necessity ganization of their present Government. made its appearance, yet the prospect gives Ozr: Thc New York Tribune of August .Second Washington" to restore But, no : t n" \TiU'

t may have operated in producing this Icgisla.! Measures which may endanger that tranquil assurance of an unusually abundant crop. 4th, upon what authority we know not, says excuse ofthe kill! is necessary.) Men fatally see that Major Watts has resigned, and !thai

ton, and thus extending, by rather a violent ity should! be scrutinized with great caution, It is rurnored'lhal Commodore Parker has benl on mischief and having the fear of an election has been ordered.

implication, powers not directly given, I know and never adopted but in the last necessity, President Taylor will soon make :Northern been ordered to proceed with the home squad. pledges before their eye, need no salves fur

S not. But certain it is, that tho principle of and then with great reluctance.I tour. He writes however to the Boston Common ron to'Cuba, and demand the abducted Spaniard their wounded consciences. The offices maybe 03- )Ir. CL.VT at S.tratnga-bi3 healthirnprovin.
interference should not be carried beyond the I am, dear Sir, with great regard,truly, yours, r"rt
implication which produces it." LEW. CASS. Council that tho time of my departure, Francisco Roy, and restore him to Lou examined, tho. accounts rigidly scanned lie goes t thence, to S'cw

necessary ____fr- n_______ t,_ .amliha route to ha takenre .uncertain.. I isiana." I and the fact of default,or no default ascertained [Rhode Island.r .
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i[:FOR THE rtORIDIAN i JOURNAL ] [FOB THE KLOIUDIAN t JOURNAL..] Tdegi aphfd? for the Baltimore Sun. A PRIZE"- --LOST.A Spring is the time to Cleacs: the ElocJ Prciclanlatlon by tie Governor: i.i

Whit should Parents do with their Boys? Messrs. Editors :-I was pleased to read Arrival of the Steamer Cambria. :.
few ;,- Read the following as to Dr Corbclt's Shaker
BY UNKCM UTTLETCM.roun. your remarks upon Southern abolition, or Wil- SEVEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.Tho days ago as the packet ship Hotlinguer Syrup of Sar aparilU :
Capt. Bursley, came up to iho wharves .
VNBfl mot Proviso editors and papers. I trust, Sirs, following despatch reached us from a t the foot of Fulton-st. with an immense car. .MeRSTY. i:. Erinley Sf Co. -

Southern our correspondent at St. John's, at 2 o'clock of Gentlemen :Allow me to afford you. for a ir use .
Editors of will all
as a pi'nt, you always go passengers, well, two smart
It i is common to hear parents say, who this morning : officers of the very that you may approve the facts as to my restoration
very New York
be found ready to condemn without Mint Police! came aboad, from a protracted sickness, that seemed to defy all

hate children arrived nt years of discretion. t hose among us who, under the pretended garb ST. JOHNS, N. B,. Aug. 2-9. P. M. t to pay certain international respects lo some cure. In the year 15-1(5( a severe humor developed Cectt! < of state Senator. :
What shall I make of them"?-as if lost in conjecture unfortunate criminal (in the of law from i ilself, first in some blotches on the arms,then on my A VACANCY having occurred in tt.c "ffce of
what really shall be done with them. friendship and defender, are attempting to The steamer Cambria, with one week's la- t the oilier side. eye ) body generally, particularly on my face and neck. SUteS'enaror iwtheTwelfth Senatorial Dirrict. ; -
quiet us, to deceive us, until the yoke is They searched and searched, occasioned bv the resignation ct the HOD. Joseph
for instance there is neighbor Clodhop. pre. let intelligence fiom Europe, arrived at Iluli. Mter this I became subject In a severe structure on J< j
and looked
Now, ,, farmer and friend Pick pared and made ready fir our necks. I hon.estly fax this morning at 3 3 o'clock, and will lie due and looked, at every "greek"who my lungs, until 1 was compelled to abandon my business T i. Watts( : It iifierety thtlrrfj, Thai an election b 4 >
per, who is a thriving believe that Dr. Lee of the Augusta presented himself till one noble looking occupation. held in vatd l>isrrtct .,Monday, the.firit day ut October
who is industrious at Hoston to morro'w at 4. P. HI. The express next, to till 9Jid .
,
adze, an prospering me.chanic Sentinel is Wilrnot f fellow ofstalwart frame and well-fashioned Confined :o my chamber. I sought tha aid of physicians vacancy.
Chronicle & Proviso
-. they arc well to do in the world ; a with the news reached here this evening h limb passed jn review. who prescribed both internal anti external Given under my hand and the gr.st ,
children stout hale well. man, and I nm inclined to believe that he is at HA o'clock.Tho applications;: (kr cure. Tes<* all failed of benefit, S lofths Stai.ofFlr.tict.ai! the .
have hearty J1tiI
both abolitionist heart of his : !1" said the New York officer [SEAL ] Capitol), in the CitjT ot Tallahas#,
as much an ) at as any Cambria the hours Iiie! the atTection cf my skin seemed to inoreue.I
disclosed boys, whom they desire to raise up brethren brawlers of the North. A spoke Niagara 15 your. name, sir, if you please.! I resor'ed then to mwlicafed baths, birt found my the tourlli dar r>( Azor.( AD.. .
They are in excellent circnm- young out from Liverpool.1NLAD.'l'he. Welsh ISs .and of American Independence "
respectably.
said the interrogated. compliints i s-teadily ir.creasii j\n\i mj to escape
who resides in told
gentleman Augusta
Fiances, but somehow or other they seem to me ; Parliament is to be pro.ronstcd .' No," said the officer apparently approaching death I aJof.Jcd the use cf ths 71th year. -
last winter that the Southern Cultivator bad that's an assumed 7. D. MOSELEY.:
the 9ih August. various ilia < ;
think that il would never do to bring up their on title. Sirsapat compound, a so prouu-inily I
l lost much of its popularity in that portion of The motion which Lord Rrouzham advertise hot my omich became acid, rejectirgl Attest : Governor i4 Florida. ,
boys to that which they have been used lo- ; previouvly "Tis true if it is C. W. DOWNING. Sec. of State. .
assumed said l thus #
the
saverely acute sensitiveness
Georgia because, ; of the known abolition sent a very assrrjvafinj ,
announced his .
Lard work. No No! h must be Rome higher, intention of making inrefeience 4uznsP4. 13.9. 3-J [Sent.]
of
lun
pretty wnman: coming and my s, and Ihe eruption on my skin. Advised -
up appearing
I)
-ivnts of its Kdilor, this same Dr. Lee. It very'ztichm
nobler business, than ns a mere farmer or to I the Fjeneh expedition lo Home, i agitated, but not %vit I, at last by Dr. -\bbce. of Boston, I resoitid to .
drudging mechanic Well, they resolve to I j is right, Sir,-hold such men tip to the public was l.i5J on the Peci's table on Friday. The ft>r any d sgraceful: or dishonorable( great emphasis") Ccnbetl'd Concentrated Syrup cf( Sarsaparitlv To General Orders.

fill the of tho promising boys with execration of the patriotic ol the South ; cry resolutions: embraced) a wide range subjects, The crime. my surprise, before taking three bottles, I found the EXECUTIVE DEPARTMEMTaltahante. -,
up) noggins gentleman 'v as transfixed. He could ol stomach and July 25 is 19.5
not like some, of our Southern prints and men, ami direct Vigor my returning my appetite restored
implied
Latin and Greek, lo send them through College censure 0:1: the fuieign tot move an inch. ; and thiI! I attribute mitch to being .q'ared{ A N ELECTION i hereby Ordered to b? heM 1..

designing for a lawyer, another for a ** peace, peace, when there is no peace ; be policy! of the government. Of this fact: it is What is your name ?'f said the officer. Irooi such inordinate quintific as are recommended 1\ the Fourth Bripde of't'loiidu Miliffe.on the

doctor, another for the divinity, and so on. In fiithful and warn us, if wo have an abolition understood that t the envoys and agents of Northern Walker," was the in the u-ual Sjr apnrii5.. mixtures ol tho day.- first Monday in October next,nt ihc places appoint

the meantime the honest, well.meaning, economical I piper published within our midst. It is high ( Italy and! Sicily will be duly notified.! gaged in the response. I was en After the use of Corbel, .Sarsipaulla s..rr.e three ed by law (tor the election of County Officers, for a

t'rne: if we have enemies dwelling with us, During) the last week there unfortunate troubles in Ireland, months, my health was restored!, all atVction ot the Brigadier General to fill the vacancy occasioned by .
but mUguided fathers, toil day and t rat we should be made awaie of the fact.I .- wete ttOO aid put in thin Ilne-and-cry.' I thought I Lungs was removed, and my akin made clean and the resignation of Gen. Charles Byrne.Als" t
night, deprive themselves of the neccesanesof deaths of cholera reported: in London ; double was free when I landed on the soil America //air. ;tn Election i; h.reb> Ordered toLehld in;
see your neighbor the .Sentinel, of Talla.hassie the number week. ; To Orbett's! Shaker I the Third rigati- of Florida Militia,at iIiiIin ar.t
life, in order to accumulate money Milfi- ofthepteceding Along if i 1 am not, I yield elf Syrup rf Susapari'la! d i ?-
cient to defray necessarily arising raises (the olil
expenses and Wilmot, as though t that: had;: :tnilit to in form and lie ofiirer, "you mni.ake I find any escape from suffer( in?. by the resignation of Gen. Samuel f'nselt.l{
from scholarships in college. All this for the do with I this; the qtleit lion of t this IMitor of a a veiy malignant i mortality me ; I have nothing to do with such matters. Truly .your grateful s cnrinf.V.M. : AUo, an Election: is heM Ordered to beheld ia -
purpose of making their sons more respectable j' is very tiieat. At Liverpool the disease is If as a political martyr, ; h-ive \ S. GRCEXLEAF.SuOMV the Cavalry' Raiment of the Second Brigade.Florida '
Southern print.; 1 am' proud to know t that' inrreasing.JJIL joti escaped lo ; Militia, on" the first Monday in O. ti/bfr next. the
and enabling them theteby to take a highcr rapidly t this free lir.d, here's hand for so. ? :
them i> not a Southern, Democrat within all This continues my you and a Ro: on, [Ecb. 3, IS S3. j 5 Then roially( appeared places appointed by law for t!.(? electim of CnnrtyOiGcers. t I
position in society. Now this is folly, a : : \>;> ormtry gem;- I hearty welcome mid ,
rnv knowledge; who sus'ains Van Huron orWilmot a if you or the"lady here before me the above named W SGrfeneafan{ ack- : itlill the vacancy occasioned by the resig- f
f fiom the of chol!
very great mistake. We don't object to \n.retiti or who is even an apologist for th'-m orally exempt : scourge ; want money hen is my purse, and if you come iiow1eded the above statement to be true, axJ: his nn'inn of Col. Samuel S. Spencer. .
giving their POM'S education. No-il is ; ; era. along with me you bluil have as much free act ami r< roe, OBcer rumm.iniJing Drisades. Kezimeifs. Haltal-
nothing more i than their duty, than justice. open mouthed they condemn ihent; ; ,, and with On the 7lh of July a very severe collision require." syuti UEN'J IJ CURUIIin. Justice of the Peace. ions, and Companies within this State, are hereby

them the Missouri b'ltubu' ; the I tra.tor Th'oin- red in into eflect this Order within the
took between of armed meq'
Hut we do object to sending every leather place parly O rangetii'n >irs. U'aJkprati'I! her ilanghler beautiful :r3- IDVV.MD: : DRIN'L.Y&! ro. sole AN .ents, carry ..
headed under the as I'entnn. and every traitor from) our ranks tojthe and a of Catholics Castle (a 3 j 4 South sick Fanuil halt fusion. liotita of $then respective comrmndW. -
boy to college, impression nt of paity near girl of 17)) v.ept tears i>joyful thankfulness! s. Constitution and the I c
t
our
country right
nuking him more respectable. Admitted I i William. arid they all cried nut together they I.IIWK & AMPS: 3nlv. 1Stt. )-lOvreiiiht4

that young man has tun his collegiate course, of the, South. Wilmot and Van I'uren, sa: > < The Coik Etim'ner, alluding to the po. dis-i! pointed in :their expectations o"| ihe wen' "lo.rious not. S.le Aenti tor Tdlloha5
\vhen ho leaves college, what is he to do ? thc St'niineland: \et there is not a single tat;; crop says that i the disease Ins certainly I/ind of Libert ." Told '- will copy the above until the lit oftctcberanit!#eud

(Practically he is qualified for nothing if he is Noitbern; Whig i the Sentinel can! point out, appeared i in a few fields, but it is equally cerium t the story! in very few) 'vnrn]Capt..?. He Hursley state;! that! Volunteers for the Florida VTar. bills to the Office of Secretary of Ftate.Ezscutive .

not rich.) Why his only resource i k to turn who is not Wihwit Proviso man-fiom the t: that the general I crop i> sail-. n I idy; rime on boird his vessel with four J 23" Numerous communications having been received Department, >

school-master.; Well, he pursues it for awhile great Daniel) to the man: Abbot Lawrence, The Ndt jour!!;' flU fllnr'el i| that i t t the 1 Piinee; f live children who wanted! o Tallahassee, July 27. 1339. 5 ITT
who carried one of the imny famous; letters of Canaii'i sonf Lucieii Iti ; passage from Livr by his U\ceilency the Gov-prni.r. from pcrsinsin IS HERESY;: : ORDKRKI), That those person Lii
and
hammering learning into the youtlifiulCiOfl'S :t ni p'i rte, exj erpool l .NVw York.
of Gen. Taylor in his bieedies; pockets. We (; I He took them into the difTcrer.t si-ctjona cf the State, otlering their services JL who sh-ill be appointed by the several Judges of j
President of tl.e I Roman Constituent
head, teaching the idea how t tofhoot j I I A "inbly cabin and became
young very much interested inthem. to raise and organize to Probate of this State InsptCfora of Elections to be
have Democrats and | Companies serve ajjiinst -
; but really, be docs not think of follow never as hope never had been arrested at Oileans, by orJcruf I In three or four days after thee el the Inillmns held for Connly Officers en Monday the first day r-f L
anti!
ing the business as a permanent; ; profession. will, have any feeling in common with lice the Goveiiiment.It ; had! been req-iestin; Commi'sions to October ne if, shall als act as Inspectors the Elections
soil or abolition Democrats of the North.Theie I,. at s"-i: a PIStger: in PeaSttmt'sdress that effect, I am requested by him to state in answer for OOlcersr.f the Florida Militia, ordered to
said that n'aims
Well, he follows it for a time, quits it finally, I t i ii having agaiii'-t hi, presented! him-elf on"the
s quarterdeck tliprtto, that such be held said first Mor.da\ October
few no is vested in Uin. on
are a bright jewels the authority
and commences the study of borne learned among cousin.) L'>uis Napoleon, f for, money; lent in and :silked for Mrs. Walker. %y. I>. MOSELEY, Governor.

profession ; very good. It will require of him Democrats of the North (with the Whigs not aid of his i election, the t Prince came i In FranreIn What ilo you want t- ithm her, friend ?" Should he deem it necessary to call out volunteer JuIyQS SI9. 2 )-4wOCJ I

two or three years additional study to become one) whom we remember with pride and demind.: : it t the cousin's conduct against "She'll tell dear for the above purpose, he could only Commission :: All Ihe papers in the State will! crpy tliis or-

properly and legally initiated and admitted asa pleasure. It is a gieat crime ot jours, with Rome; having tirred up his anger., The sees me," slid yru.the Captain when she inon the election of the several officers by the ic- dar till I-f October,and send hills tc, the Otce of the

professional man. Yet an expense to his: the Sentinel, of accusing a Southein print; of Prince, however, it i is believed will not a l"r in his steerage pis-senger, with! cctive cotnmard Companies elect their Cap- Scrrrfaty of Stafe. _
eye. --- -- --- --
hostility to the South I; w ith him t the j bins and Lit-utemnfs Bnstcrtheir\ f.ieuf.
; argument be but; forced embark either ;
Father. Granted that ho is admitted ns a I imprisoned, ; lo Mrs. W. \vai nvited deck Proclamation by the Governor
on and ml.! ;
t
the convincing proof, clear! as sunlight \< IIit moment ColoneN and! Majors elect their Volonds.cir.
''or America. ; Regimenlx -
a Lawyer, or received the degree of SI. 1)., or England; ; or she saw the "
I "Tipperary; boy in hio
ordained to preach-the next thing is to get published within our borders : therefore; ilis The questions of a consulate fir life th freize jacket j she ran and threw herself ints :.

a living by the profession he has cho en.-: true to our cause. Arnold, one of us in Empire-Henry t lie l Fifth, and the Count de his arms. For present purpose s, in the pinion of the Governor ( ) I

Now all professions! and almost all places are I dais gone by, became a traitor for I'ritUh Pan aie i openly' di-cn* ed in the Assembly.A Devilish) queer," said the Captain. a sufficient force has_ been called out. This

filled to overfl.iwing. The young aspirant gold ; Clay and Henton have sought and are change of Ministers is considered an event Vervq-iare; intirely. force consisN of two Companies from Dural and
Captain said Waiker.
starts forth to locate himself and In win a seeking the President's scat as a reward for almost certain to occur within a very shunt Julia hen is Nassau, two from Columbia, one froni Marion, tne
nothing short of my wife. I3cctti! of state Senator.
: their treachery, their betrayal of the South tim-. from Hitl-boroujb, and two from Leon Connfie
name, but finds to his infinite chagrin that all ; i
I escaped John I'jlls'! hemp, thank Go'l; 1 and ir.'vin occurred in the Office of
i therefore, it seems leasonub'e, or probable, IT\LV. The I ; C. Vv DO'vVNING, AVM4AN'"Y
well addicted
places are supplied that aspirants arc as Pope as an att"graph ifo'! have no objection: 1 I'11 spend the reirnin- in he Sixteenth Senatorial District
ants ant.hill. The l that a paper published; South and edited by letter to Gen.( Oudinot the Adj. and Insp. Gen. ad intttini.
numerous a* upon an nat-1 on occisiitn tier of the with occasioned by the resijnafioa '>[ th Hon.
ural conseq'iencc; i is, tint he becomes discour. i i Dr. Lee, a Northern man may ili] .* of receiving from him the !ke> s of the city voyage you as a cabin, passer *,* Sentinel, TIhhiasee, News and Republican, Erasmus 1>. Tncy : II is 1.err111 Ordered. That an

nged, drags along a wearisome life without sentiments or views cleaily hostile: to the of Rome. I His I I Holiness I rnngratiiiales t the looked Jacksonville, will! publi-sh three times. election be held insaid District on Mondayttefirst I
Capf. IJursley at the freize coat.- Jay ol October next to fill said .
South it is
of
no stretch ihe wcarcy.tSicen
getting business enough to pay for the rent ofhis i. ; great ; itmgina. General; : on the triumph of order in Rom< Mr. Walker nnJtr hard and the seal of
pokc eloquently; of better ir.y great
office ; month after month, year afier jcar, ;,! tint) to suppose, as ho is lately from the North,,I land expresses a hiopt; that Div Provil'nce her beautiful the State of Florida, at the Capitol in
i clothing through and the JCyWE: are authorized ami requested to announce
glides away ; he would toil if he had ain thing: that he entertains views upon this gieat que ;! will remove any dilliculties that may still ex1 ci-deranl eye [SEAL.] the City of Tatlah-issee, this 20th day
peas-in' was regularly installed as a L Col- ALFRED A. FISIICR! as a raudidite for reelection
to do his continually increasing I t lion to us similar with his Whig )brethren of ist. r.| July, A. D. 1SU, and rf American
arw
; expenses the North from cabin passenger. The Captain of the Hot- to the oifice of SheriiTof Leon Couatrat the IrJcpendedce the 71th
nhom he i year.
so lately parted 1 He adJs that he has
; in debt hctU over head, for board, clolhIng not ceased to direct that WILLIAM D. MOSELEY.Attest
tingucr a fellow ens'ing election in October nexf.U"E .
; J Lt us be as ever ;icaciy to out, to brand says gayer or more pr- .
point
his
anJ other incidental necessaries. We adtnitthat prayers to Heaven for the General, the feel nntfrnor of Florufa.
gentlemin ne\er navigated the Atlantic
i a Democratic) traitor as soon as we would one city and the French nation. This letter C. Vf. Dcvrxisc, t\f tatf.
occasionally some one buiststhruiigh; I : was Secretary \ > _
with him than the I
f : t t Irish outlaw: and felon- (r- are authorized and requested to announce
of the
opposite party. Party influences I i j July 2S, 199.* 20-tOtv
dated Gaet.i.;
the trammels which bear down the common! ( I July it tn. Cardinal Piroli
1 chief. Walker and finikvert Weal" \NILL McKACNY as a candidate for the olHceof'i .rd Ne-ws,Jacksonville .
I know iih cords (XJSentrnel. R"pab'ican: ? ;
arc strong w I triple
; ate
many
and time
but Cacheli
that is intelligence had
arrived
run- owing to superior bound with them but when i the honor and.I Marques at two days afier they landed in New Yotk. av As tss';r and Collector for Lzuti County, at the will copy till 1st October,and send bills to the Oftir .
and more commanding talents, which:I ; j Rome from (Guota on t the nth.j ; f>f Secrpfarv ot" State.PROCLAMATION .
are ever bound to elevate a man at once to the good of our native land; is at stake, lot pat j I The Pope's engineers having been asked election in October nc\t. -

eminence and station;, enabling I ini lo command riotJMii in its purity and! virtue come to our i lo make a demonstration in his favor, rcfu>ed, the A Hornccr. fact f.>r the Hungarians is, 'r-: VH'K are authorized and requested to announce BY GOVERNOR. (ii'D
rescue, enabling us to cast those bands from 1 success of the Circassians against Russia.
business that wil! tender him in- the service.
a soon preferring; to quit t Thirly-nine nr. OSCAR A. MYERS a candidate for thfoiEce

dependent. Hut like' angel visit*, these are around us. Let Whigs and Dctnorrats) standby I : out of fo'ty-iliiee resigned, and the \hole rank Schamly their and his who intrepid mountaineer, like of Clerk of Leon Circuit Court, at the ensuing election ill

few and far between.We each other in so trying a time as the prosejit J aii'l file disbtnded. ancestors defied Alexander, have in October .

demanding with one; united voice for years held Nichohs at bay, and are vie- next.5v
our
firmly believe that that genius, that RUperiority j GarabaMi succeeded in making his escape

of mental power, is always sufiiciently rights. Let Whig and Democratic) pipeis. 1 fiom the French division which was: put up.( lOIS on tl.e 1misian{ frontier. Powerful as : I respectfully announce myself to my fellow tM-:

developed before hand ; so much so, whenever a traitor or an enemy shall: appear | on a fale sconf. I He I is now in the mountains men), hirdy in a race, liberty loving and chivalrous citizens of Leon County as candidate for the Office Election of State Senators.

in their Kinks, oppose him,, mark him; brand]I I hey have been as a |iestilence to the VACANCY having occurred in the ofEce of
that it cannot be mistacn! conscqunjitly, it 'ofAhnizzi. Previous to his departure from of CIcikof Leon Circuit Court, at the cnsuin?election A
should be. cherished. I) it the I'uliioiialilernojo him with 1 his i I treason to our raise, so I that t liomo he had secured a large quantity of ammunition impend; arnrs. Though assaulted! by immense in October nevf. JOhN K. KEEN. State Senator 'in the eighth Senatorial District
odd bv the death ot Hon. JIHJ-S II. T. Loriincr, and in
they subdued
whereever or in whatever he were never re-
of tearing up every doll head for a profession j light appears, ; and military; stores. Tallahassee, July 1 11, IS ID. Ihf thirteenth Senatorial district the resignation I
by
be be "known and read" of Southern I Inviting with t the speed; of the chamois info
noknsrolcns, i i.* certainly a great error. may I Another, account states that Garibaldi i is on of Hon. J. P. Sanderson! also, in the fifteenth

It is rubbing society of useful members men.; Let us not talk of agitation, of our injuring I the Neapolitan frontier, where he ha: been their mo'intui'i flatnesses, they emerge as ud- SrnaK rid! rfsrrict: f b% the resisr.ation ot Hon. fconi*

i lh(' cause by agitating the question. I I It denly, like an avalanche; sweeping serf Improved McCarthy Gins.WARRANTED. AWrrrh : l! it htrtlnj Ordered, That an election be
by creating within them a false pride : it i l joined by another; ; body of hoops t i and formed,, I'
nurturing up those who might and wjald be ''think t il is high t time for agitation and the ;it, ;U sr,iil. :i Imdv tf'{() 0(1(1t ( ( 'and Cusick fr.nn their tn'h.' They 1 1I hive held ia s .>id districts on Monday,th" first clay of October I

the bone and sinew cf the country, in habits: alarm Jo be somid i!, when the enemy i is at t I Huxiiiiv._:..The; Tiuki-h! atnbi sador at j I Iitely capture an important; Russian fortress A YEAR'S PTneri nre has given the subscriber next, to Given fill said nnder vacancies.mv hand, and the seal of ,

I our door- when the wolf is : j carried! oil its munitions, and! razed its walls. a perfect kn-mled of these Gins, and .
idleness and extravagance ; it is injuring my prowling; Paris is paid to have received a dNpitch on; I j repeated th- State: cf Florida, at the Capitol

and blasting the prospects of the sons of our j j amidst us-sneaking into our family,, circles, j I lie 1 9th;. by coiner, tint the Polish (General l J Th ? Russian soldier has come to dread a experiment has not only showed him all the dtfecls > stai.J] in the City of Tallaha ee, thi 2Grh
I Iviperlike Circassian titan exile! but h. -nik>lpd him to overcome them lie \ of J'ine. A. D. lS49.and 70d
e-unpiigii; lay
firesides toibera.
land by our disguised in a fiends clothing. worse an
more than them. Fathers Hem, had defeated the
bencfitting again completely Rus-1 bi-iicves that they .ir> the b'-.t Roller Gins in the American Independence.
I j He l.novvs that certain deaths is before year
may waste their money-drive their BOIIS prepared to pieice the bosom that siam; forces. I world, ai.d (eel* confident that they will give satis- 17. D. MOSELEY.

through college-but if the ability to learn; is warms him and adriiinisters to bi.s want*. For Advices 1 I from i Vienna of t the l&h:t: July, ) him. The Siroc is i not more fatal t to the de. lactton to any one disposed to try them.Ortinsto Attest : A. E. 'LxwrLL.Sec.SIate.

part, before our equality as freemen and sert traveller than the si1it of the Circasian inrressed labor and expense on them :i- The Florid Sentint-1, Florida Repub'fcan;
not in them, The} 11 gang in &tirks and come my slates?: that I I.uila-PeMh; surrendered to the Ail*. '
the independence of the Southern States i-ho'd j t to the; Russian. Whatast ;armies the subscriber is compelled to raise the nrirp ti: one J3ck- tilIeNews. Ocala Args, publish to day of
out asses. U lam; and Russian: on the n llth 1 without i iresistance. !
i tioops l.ti-ulr.-d dollars. J. M.! \RROf.
election, and forward arcoants to office ct Sccrerelajy -
be | have been decimated at the bases, ani I
In trampled upon;; by the Northern. I had amorii ; -
humble
rather
our opinion, as professions are j QuincvuIz'bt ll.l I IS W. 31-->w of State.

now filled up, running over, we would advise MM the Union, howete.r clearly I love it, From a report of(Gen. Il.iymn; ail-Iressedto i t the steppes of thnse mountain i ;*. Legion after Jotie 'U 0. ISI9._ Crt. _
be rich be I tumble about our head Never let the Southern legion;; has perished there, leaving; no nionum CHARLES II. BUNTING,
they be -
parents or they poor, they the Emperor of Austria i il appears tint n EcU.rwE: DEPARTMENT, )
I
but their .
professional men or be they farmers, to give Sta'rs pay the tribute of submission,; of very sharp conllict took place: on the lllh, nt unlturieJ bones. The Jour.I Tallahassee,J-ane 26th( 1S49. > '
their education their rihit.s to the dictation of the Northern I I rials of St. Petersburg are silent. Tiiu niiiiitary ** his nrotes-.ionil services to the citizens -
sons a good and then put ; I beinro Coniorn, between t the I Hungarian I (hNFfl.tLOlu'rli'4.]
them lo some trade or occupation. Who; bus never let it be said that the proud .Southron forces and I the combined;; armies. The M I iv- gazetts breilhe no word of the awful of Middle Florida. He silL attend with des ANU'ctirm i it hereT nrtferpd tpt," heLl in the

not read the of the Genoese nobleman ? bent the knee; of fawning; adulation to his sicrfiC' of soldiers in a vain attempt to patch to any calls that may be made upon hint and ; on <>f the Ftoridi 7rilitia! on. the fir-t -
ease fought,, fietccly but the Austrian claim !
gap ; ; perform, with and skill alt
su'xJut' nIm! who cire oper.itinnscntrrmst. Monday in October) Hfxt.at, the places appeinled by
Nonbern brother, and as he the yoke! ( a p: >t e never were con
and phiced
do likewise.
-go To labor is no disgrace the Vctorv. rd to him. His price* will be as moderate and liberal 1m for the election of fYn'-tv Oltcers. tom a MajfrGeneral
; to learn your sons an honest occupation of b.imlage! around his neck, with i these letters Another account of this Irillle: states that quered. Shil Nicholas; madly keeps tip the as they can be incite, consistently.; His residence I tocomoiand said Divisionto #fill the vacancy -_ :_ _

will be no stain on the escutcheon of your engraved; upon it : I am your superior, submit 1 Q(0) pieces of cannon were brought into I the tar. And as tri idly, he corn's down to ll-'sh at t present, is Quincy,where communications t I occasioned by the resignation of Gen. William
-hear his douching form exclaim I his sword in the; bright waters of the Danube.) w ill be received by him,and immediately attended to. 1 1.fl iiailtv. _
family, rather an honor. It will lie fitting aniI fiel.i by I the I Hungarians, and the loss su t.iin.; -
I thankful; the Union is saved. Some there Lordly river-like (lliojxj Circns iirj mountains n F i: K i: x c n s : And an election !* lifrchy rrdered In beheld in I
them for the duties of
I life, and prepl; ring I l.ezn. are ed by the latter in artillery men my be esJ.mtteil : the fff nrl t>5vi ion of the Florida Militia on the '
it shall raise barrier the Godblaspheming *
wbo would it a to Hon. CHARLES V. DOWNING, Talahnsei.!
should the clouds of adversity ever surround prcsene even at that price ; but ; I ainng I the c i t cini'.t:tmces.: Nothing tir.t M"r>d 'y of Octrbcr next, at the plncca appoint
Russian. Ge-ii; C. H. DrPONT. Dr. D.\VI1)'N -
,
you, and misfortunes defeat your expectations: for me, it would be dear, very dear, at such a j! could be more complete I han I the defeat, of ; (Col.V.. T. STOCK FOX, Dr. J. L. SIP! RLDS( t-d by L 1-uv Inr the election r f County OfEcer. for a : _

of giving them something to be price. No sovereign State, no freeman, can Kite united Rnssinn and Au-trian, Major Reneral command said Division, to fill the
independent : : armies 'ri Free-Soil Letter from K. B GIDEON. l>q Rv. J. HiELPS, p
Henry Clay occasioned by the resignation cf Gen James
and capable at all times and under all circumstances fcufier dictation, when our Constitution de. der I Haynnti. I He I was obliged to fall hack Mr.! THOMAS; II. I HODGKISS.Qoincy.Atuust (vacancy;. Cooper.Ofllcer .

of i honest I dares us equals) in all things ; fieernon con. j I II. 13U+. 31-?rnJ. .
caiiiing; an j livelihood.I i on Raalr. where his heatiquailers; are at pres. commandirjrFjiprades, Kpgtnent'.Patfalionaii IF"i

Yes, Parent we would repeat it again and tend for principle ; the very t thought that it is i[ ent, whi b city is filled with wounded, Ti.OOO( ) ASIILAMI, June ICj( lB 19. I.. SHIELDS, At. D. J. S BOJTD, M. P.Brs. (l lonipani,'< within t'neStatearehereby re-

again, give your sons a good common educa- 1 contended that I our Southein States and peo. j J of uhoni, tic h is been obliged to scud to Pres- GnTTT.KVK.v: : I received your official let.ler qnirej.* of their to cany ictaeffect cornmandsand thit ricr! within make the returns limit.

ion, then bring them tn labor pie should not have the same; lights with I lie j 15'it for tIt arrival of the Piussiunv respective :
up apprentice j burg. ; %timely in behalf of ihe Freemen of the Reserve, SHIELDS & EOIID, I according to law.' ,

them to farmers or mechanics.; Rest asfiired Northern States and people, is enough to de. to rover his i retreat, I Haurin I and 1 hi i? inviting; tin1 to unite with t them, at Cleveland associated thenwIv together I it;, the 17. D. MOSELET- I

that it will insure them the ways and grade a i pioud i freeman i in his own even. May stall'v o'iltl \\\n\c\ been captured.TIIK in celebrating t ihe aniversary of the HAVliCi'I of Medicine! Surjrery. &<*.. i.fier their ( {t-:: All the paper in the State publish until day
pa sigtof
means of living comfortably, honorably and the day never come t that I this I degradation shall M.tnxtTs.-Ltvroor.: : July 2st.Husiness ..-. Ihe Ordinance ti 17S7, on the 13th; of July! s.ervict"< to Ihe citizens cf Quincy and thesurroumlinz ottc Jane ion.3f, 1S-19. 2(7.( ;

happily and in afier when shall bo f4stened upon the Suuih.He I Ihii! wetk have : country. :
; opeiations) i I been
years you next. I concur' entirely it> opinion as lo I the Qiincnsttist 71 1, 1S-19. T.l
have passed away, they will venerate your as faithful defenders of the South as lar at improved: prices, especially in rot ton. ui-.diim ol'that) mMiinand: I am lid; t that A. B. MAXWELL

name, and bless you for your kind consideration you have heretofore proved yourselves, Mess.IMitors The produce tnaikets ha\e lie.Mi well saji.| it has secured to I the states, on which! it operates For Sale at Cost. :

of them in their youthful days. and should: jou not receive your reward polled, and a healthy feeling continues lo pie- an exemption! from the evils of slavery.Uut C) SIVTTS JIIMi IKONS, of the very best ATTORNEY AT LAW, .

Flemington, July 13: 1 1849.POLAND. in dollars and cents, you will'have: vail. t the event of (the passage of the Ordinance i--, q.ulilyrarh S-ft ronst.-tin nf Wheel Cruik(4)InI.ICIe \/"ILL/ ; attend ,H the Cmrti of tf> iJdleCir-! >

the pleasant; recollection and \itluous, consolation The prices of cotton Irive continued to advance has never, within knowledge been celebrated with 1 10 inch, I 11 I inch, and 1 12 inch % V cult. fj3-: OiTce tack cf tb'c.Floridjaa! S.
,
.-The London Quaiterly Review of knowing that you served your country to a considerable extent my ..vei 1'ittm.in Irons. Stirrurs; ; aid (;uid.? Rods for Journal Rf? Jinjr onm. -
money being in of the
for January in an article on Austria and (Germany faithfully in day and time. : any one sixty-ono years Saw Sash. For Imthf-r, particulars apply to 1'allaLa.see, July 2>, 1S49. 29C
jour invested in I this tick'. The}
am consumption which has since; inlet vened. It i is proposed, MVN'Al'ttHT &. (iRMOND. Newport, or
has the allusion to the activity M.vinsox.
following is now greater than: it has ever been known I for the first time, to commemorate it. It is G. S. KINO & ('0., St. Marks MilU. ) I DDLS St. Lcui.s Flour,

and energy of&the countrymen of* Koskius- Madison County, July 20, 1819. I to be, and the prices) fum. The spinners influenced impossible) lo disguise the conviction that this Newport, August 4, 1840. 30v! :j4 2!> bbU. Cincinnati! Flour,
ko in the laic revolutiotnry movement inKuropo 3D Whiskey, o
t the state of the
by buoyant t market
ort of the
'I'Iic Poles have Hirpose originates question now University of Louisiana. $000 Ibs. Daccn Sides, 1
: played a leading Rebuking Patriotism! and Rewarding Treason. and; the advance of id Ib. .
. per on colton, in all the insurrections in the ofEurope. i
part capitals .-We clip the following paragraph from an additional price upon (heir poods. the introduction of shivery into New Mexico MEDICAL DEPARTMENT-CI.CK3E OK 1S19.50.T 80> Ibs. Hams. Fcr Sale low brS. f1i

They have, in fact, become I the COTTON M.siiu-rs.-'I'hio: sales of Cotton and California. Whilst! be ilE Lectures in (this Institution will commence S. KNIGHT.
Free Corps of( Democracy, the Knights IJr- $ tlia Cincinnati Knqulrcr : for the week ending t the no one can more on MONDAY, 12th November, and continue July 7th. 1S49. 27 '
; evening; of thw20th I opposed that I am to the extension of slavery ;:
rant of Revolution, and like the companies oi The only! post office in Ohio named;! Wei. amounted 7fi-l9; () bales, of which four months. -
.
spec into those new Territories either the S.
CAB
by anihority FACULTY. DiLwoRTu.1 [ A WAT SMITM.U .
adventure in the fourteenth century, they proffer 7cr" has been clringed lately to that of" dv.win. nlator look lio.OGO() bales ;
T.oOO c chales.
cxpoitcrs
Congress ind.vidu.al.
or by enterprise .
; JAW f
Theory and Practice Jot1 ? D '
their assistance in every quarter where ." So hostile is the administration to I The mat ket, ui t the earl y part of t the I should bo unwilling to increase the Surgery, WARREN STOXF M D

there ii a prospect of mccesslul insurrection everything squinting at t dcmoeiacj', that il I week wn active: and closed yesterday at a L prevailing excitement. I hope that the Chemistry, J L- RIDDEL. M P. ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,

againsi monarchical authority." won't even allow apostoflice to letain the further advance ufd. per Ib. for all descrip. will Le met, in a spirit of calmness question and Obstetrics and Children.A'diseases of ? ",' *--E-VA3 *f n" MOXTICELLO, FLORIDA. .
nnrnc of a democrat. They first remove tho tions. Women and July 7. 1949 27 '
\'ILMIxe,1oN, N. C. Arc. 3. gallant Wcller, and then change he office candor, and finally setlld in a manner lo Anatomy, A..?. WrsDCJfBUHi, M. D. --_-_- _- -_ i 3'i
post add strength and stability, istead of bringing Materia Medica and Thcrar .
Naval Stores. Some :JGGO barrels of Turpentine his to that of Corw-in !" A. TTM.D. Notice.SIX .
bearing ;name Uti otUt) 1oot.e once beard (from the, any danger lo the existence, of our Uniorj.- P i:; ,

have arrived during the week. The Col. Weller volunteered and fought for his lips ol an old man oldie Puritanic school that,, In all our differences of opinion, we should! Phjsioloiiy and Pathology, TIIOS. HUST, M. D, Months Probates after of date Leon I .hall apply to the !ude'< ..
Demonstrator! ol > ,. County tor a final settl*
price for yellow dip has generally been firm. country in tho late war with Mexico. Tho.mas when brown lop boots were first introduced, never cease to remember that we are fellowcitizeas Anatomy, y p rVoNNisn. M D. : n-.ert of my accounts as administrator $theEitifes ,

One lot brought $2 23 per bbl.; all other Corwin opposed this war, voted against L he took a fancy to a pair which; ho wore for of one common and glorious country Clinical instructions will be given dailv by the of JeseTpwn l and Daniel Torniaen deceased.

sales were at 2 supplies, and invoked the Mexicans to glee I a Sunday or two, when to his great surprise nor lo exercise mutual and friendly forbear Proles-som in the extensive wards of the Chariij and for a final di clnriratron the atfminwtraticn of
20. New crop virgin dip I and he summoned Hospital and in the Ampilheatie. these estates. All person interested will take no* .
Gen. Tajlor and his brave troops with I annoyance; vas lo a chinch!I ance. .
lice
Las advanced] $3 The tacilitiejofit-red l br the stuJy of Practical accordingly.
to
per bbl.! We quote as; How meeting to answer for the ungodly manner; Jot{ gentlemen all other considerations -
bloody bands to hofpilable graves. rI waiving An.itiimy and operatic Surgery are \ery great- UEN'JAMW MANNING Adm'r. .
follows : yellow 82 20! ) ; lirgin dip 3 90 to p natural is it for this administration to rebuke in which he appeared on the Sabbath. The indispensable engagements will pre subjects being furnished free ol charge. %3- James T. ArchetEsq.is my Ayent to attend I

13, closing atthis; quotation. ICO barrels Tar patriotism and l honor "moral treason !"-: good man, with the brown.tops, looked as if vent my attendance on the occasion which TERMS: toLl imttnrs connected with the vlministraticn of ;

at 81 80.: Several hundred barrels Spirits Would the First Washington" tolerate these he had been charged with visiting IJarlhnlo. you have done me the honor to invite inc. Ticket nf ewh! Professor, $25 00 -these July estates 2.1-LC.. S9-Tm B. M.

acts which are now bringing discredit upon; mew Fair. Thn; elder gravely and staled the n With great respect, I am your friend andJbC.ititt Ticket for Practical Anatomy, lujjf) -I
Turpentine 23 and
at 25
J its.t per gallon, co- the name of lie Second ?7" No Ho would I tlie'judgrncnt oflhechuich which ran thus : ( servant, Matricula'iou! ; lee, 5 00 JUST received frrm New Orleans, NerT'a Snsrsr

sing at 25 cents., and 1 73 for the barrels not offices lo be named I SouM brother George Slater again appear II. CLVY. Diploma, lee, 30 Ol) J Cured Sides ad ShcuWers, (a new article,) Su.-
have permitted
as soon( post No charge for attendance on (he Ilosoilal.GUSTAVUSA. !. .
returnable., Sales No. 3 KonVr on) thiS Lord's day in ungodly brown-top gar Cured liana, 30 bbla. Flonr. &c. ynr sale by
at 55 cents afier Benedict Arnold ai Thomas Corwin.t .-- Afoir Jolts c. TAWIM. ) Commilee.{ NO1T. M. D.Dean, JOHN McDOUGALL.

-mj No, 1 a 5>? 374 ppf bane', Union. boots, he will be expelled from this church." THOMAS BKOWN, J New Orleans July 3n, 1549. 30 I w } July 7. 1549. 27 a


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r.vi 1nt.\ J\THA LEGAL NOTICES. Received, For New York.rplF. ESTATE NOTICES. A VALUABLE DISCOVERY

A .ne *T ll. n irw ,rf Ct lFf b.u wnfi vd with s ow ; -- --- ---- -.- AT LEWIS fc AMiS';: DinSt' re, a frehNv supply Notice. DR.TARVIN'S LADIES' RELIEF

I. of
up c nwritu h ti ibf f tall Or. Town>*iKi' Ptntapcrilla, c l. tiit- foilDILSPEXCER'S e.iti : SIX mrnJhs after date, the undersigned execnfcr A RE an effectual remedy for the M\\ ,P

4 4>*ii<>iUiDl.nf It ui'7.'i.: OnfiBil. *w. 1"Mi Tnwownd 11Bo Leon County Circuit ('curl.-Ia Chnncrry. ; ] VERCTAPLi: PILLS' AND RESTOUATIXT. Ld L ot the |j.t will ami testament if Lewis Sani- .1. nuid d..rtstsuiz: feraaie cirntans, v z" H"uii: t

dortnr. tfel n.rT MM but si fitmicrl) a work won nil ANJS Mtnn TBADLWCLL. tS JAMFS I). Tn.vc- : H1TIKRS: : REGULAR: ; LIN-J OF PACKETS between prieceas.-d! late tf Lecn county, will prf-ent Iii.a otrbtea.or obstructrd nensIzuatwn, \,tttEc '"

tOa4..tu.f.'I4! tbaUte. V.4 he .-. ,im.thetttecfbr.. fi WELL, Adiniiiiilrjl'ir of \\ illiara Tradewell.TT fi.cigned ff>r, and will corf. Uv |>ep .ia, Liver C CT- 1 NVxv Yoik and St Maiks and Newport, will final accounts aiid vouchers to the Hon. Judge oi or painful and ilr.perftct mr.siroat"ion* at.i' '

4)).. purp.E 4'r>U>tnrr'c' lfirK*t )be i 1 cot. Tin It toeaur ann<-ariri to tbe Outt on the aff.davit of com1 ;i.iii.t| Pile Sfrofuli juidce-and all kindred I commence r't'ning at the opening cf tl e till trade, Leon Probate Court and ask lobe dicbaned. with sick heat-achesctn! timrsprclnjCfcrarrVerabU -

.a It* (r W *J! M ka fcrxJtrtl. and purcbkw none but the 'plamanfi Micitcr that the defendant in the ii essps m-ultin? train a disorder l stomach or 'in- i and continue throughout the entire jear, viz: LEWIS M. SAUNDERS, Executor. limeand then entirely >upprr fl Chi '' '
VfJk'VI.\'E: CHIOUfJL 0lf.. Jnrob To Dwod'a $er.&- Florid state' of hU.rd.DR. Jay21.! 15ID. 25-6rn cr green-jickness, Leccccrrhora. cr WbjtitJ 1'I
in but
ifside
aiirWa. trvectaleui csn 4> dot- not in j |pure Eri;; WAKCALLA, Jnsel\n, Master,
Levtg on a tkeO 1 l'i'. MUGCM. bit Cutlly coal ot( I HULL'S WORM LOZENGES. I and eoses the turn wrn0///-Stippre tb/S/
the State rut South Carolina : It i$ Onltml That t tbe OCILLA, Trim do. ci ?
rir% and U.. eign.inre nccrti the cunt of ejic.htmem. The safest effectual and Notice.QIX I during confinement, Spitting! u bleed
most preparation
sail! defendant iipnear and answer the cnmplainalit'i.ill I ;pleasant LUCY Hosmer, do. j or bleedin!
5rt at .V t E.r Q b on before lhefii f day cf Decer.hernet.ntt j bfor the public, for the eiadicalion of Woasis, in SUWAN'NEE, Clark, do. (new,) Montb after date I shall apply to Ihe Hon. I, theeams.CnnVolMcns.cr Epileptic fits Lo\tr. *

erwise the same may be taken proeonffffo. ,1nJititurihrr Children or Adults. WACISSA, Perry, do. (new.) O Judge ol Prob-ite in asd for the County of Leon, j! spill?!. Debility and Nt'rvon.rec,, CestiVerrj, Ear

Qrdtrtd. That thi* notice tie (>ublii>hfd in HULL'S COUGH LOZCVC.ES, Thee Cri are built in the meet m.ubtantialmari. for my discharge from the adcjinijtrafcrshrp upon renness-and many other diseases that are fen "

cnt9 nnsparr |irinfd in (be Middle Circuit of Will pntvLNT Consumption, and CURE all ra es of ner e'cpre-.Iy for ti.is trade, and are commanded by the goods, chattel, and estate of Thomas Knight, (j' dious to mention that are "rnerbilT taosd bv an cb!"

Florida for fourrn >ntri a* preiiciibt'dbv, law. Col
THOMAS Bi1.TZELLJuJge. Shortness of Ereath.and all other Pulmonary Cunplaints. al the lowest rales. Ajjer.l*- <0. 12-Cm I j gans. i r-

July lfthlJ'. COE, ANDERSON & CO.. | They procnolr? all the' secrelior. and e cr.tip, '
I
A traecopv. Attest : D. McUAKNY! Cletk. 10 Heaver street, New. Yoik. Notice. |j the female organism >; they elfctually; remote .

7 July 21, l sly -2S: By J. B. } F.ENl) 0. DK. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS JOHN DENHAM, obstruction from t he female coflsts :.utirn.nnlesis,
months after date I shall ,
apply to the Hon- j
4. Well known as a Safe Certain, and Effectual Cure McNAUGHT & ORMONI), SIX I plicated with sorr.e < ther d3easraLd then, ?"
Probates for the of
Gadscltn
In Middle Judicial Circuit of Florida.County. fur Utter and Ague, Chills and Fer, Intermit lent Newport. Judge County relieves it. Gradually introduced? into the) v'.fl
for letters of dtnis.! Executor the
j "
and al 1 other Fev era. 1'rice reduced to Sctenty-fire they restore a healthy action in the utero .
NewpcrtAuzust 12, 1S4S. I of Samuel SirickLinil IecM- late cf said I III. ,j '
(;arsdti To Fall! Term 1519. county. The afl
Cents per Dor. appendages. great ant uear.doj,,.,,

Hubert L. r.dinonJ )> Suit by attachment for tber The abote Medicines, fiosh and genuine.are fo- Till fl: WAKULLA l HOTEL, January 27, I'tlt'1. II. STRICKLAND, Extcntcr. | the Ladies' Relief Pills! r.Ver all ether n cdl, cute III, "'

*. > sum of STOt Mj ). sale by LEWIS & AMES, that while they eradicate disease, they in igora;
t
j TIesekiah Smiih. $ bond in $1 ,'>JO. Tallahassee, Fa. AT'NEWPORT SPRINGS, FLA. Notice.SIX ; body. Many persons have been cored b> The

'V. 1 PilE! defendant and all other persons interested, For certificate:) of recommendation, and othei inforrnati'in ?rrrilHlS) I I HOTEL has been completed, and these pills after an atSiction cf ten year**. fn

I. are hereby notified of the) inntntion of tbe above concerning the above Medicinesee future 'nSin now ;l're't'"''* the'' Pu'Jlic' a desirable month after date, I shall apply to the Hon. these pills are a perfect regulator cf the tc

I suit attachment, and are require to appear and ndvertkt V1P'it and pamphlets, which may be obtained ..\ __*_H. place of resoit for the appi; caching eason.It <>f Probate, for the County Jefferson for evacuations of frmale-j II they areprofaseir italar

pleni'to the decoration tBd therein within the ol tin Asrents. I t isnot deemed nrce 5ary to peak ol the adv.tnt.io> letters ol ,!mi-siot as Fecntor cf William 11. ; they (the Relief Pills) restore them to h7"

OLD) DK.{ .IACOH 1 TO\VNSEXD\ ), time l presciibfd by law. Hated July 17th. lA4t.; March IS.IclQ.! 35 Derived t fiom the waters and bathing b> tho*.> who I Mathers, lato ot said cottntv. licceasril. rear !arptrio a ,i '

.JUK; 11 '. .* V. t l Ice."VF.tK!! < >K 1MK P.W. WhITE. Iltf.'sMIy. have trp |iientfd the Spi 1115:9. The virtues of the SOLOMON E. MATHERS. do likewise if they are scant IT cb'trccted. LI

Genuine Tovrr.tnd: Sanaparilta. July 21 !*4t. is Drugs, Medicines, &c. water are well known, and requite no adulation. Jefferson County, February 1O, ISll). 0 6mNotice. Many females are thrown into convulsion or Fr" p

In addition to the former attraction?, an Ice Honve! leptic fitby the suppression: cr cbstrncticn cf iJl
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0 < l>r ToePnd eu ktwii *b the ltTlIOR *fl $ mcovEk'R r_ HE'
V LUf.Oil:( !.% I. T'fl.V 1X1) & r.f 1(1- MIDDLE CIRCUIT FLORIDA. IN GADS- ( iJ TT' riceivcd, by the late arriva'?, a Gardtn near by. New Stables are being erected week after hfe f will make application to j ether cause) and remain objects cf f itj and dutrc ,
Beirg tw*. *e Mc*Mnp>''l >d t>i l.in.t It* m ttue, tiy -rif 1I. l luh addition to his stock ot GENUINK and vUitois will receive every attention calculate SIX Hon. Juil e ot Probate for Madison County, the remainder of their lives ; these pills cur. bv removing -
.f i.d ifce wit DEN CIRCUIT COURT.
Mth li !tieen kept flAt oi.-fi.et. c.rtioiMTittd
mt&cs )as
a' '> "nlv! wtu h4 K"1* 't* w..rth. and know lKUs; AND! MEDICINES, ill ol to mAe tu! ir *t.n at the Sptinst; pleasant. for Iftteis ol Adtninislrjtion on flue Estate ot John the cause which first prrdnced the d-s'eaj.

M etUe.l It bad wce4 the es. of n.nn. aeerthtki t ii The Branch of the Bank of tie'State L __ which are of good quality, Ihirfor Cash. Newport, Mal l:>, I It'. CO :tm J. llovce: deceastd. JOHN C. McGEHEE. Many ladies, trr.ro imprudence cr srme ether ran e
tif4 IIO1 hcI hi tn htr1 .ure nd of Alabama Compl't., Al han.i zeneral oj the take colt} after cr during ronfintcenf, which
LU, on a assortment fo.low- May -JO, 1 1'.tt.! 01-6\v cat ,,*
-cl ..Mid t. ** llcnc* nod wonderful'
(rutn dealfc i*
HEALING POWER. r*. ins, which ate warranted genuine vi/ : GEO. II. BESTWICK, Ihesuppression of the lochia ; fir tbat.acd all! sIa.i.
Iterjamin C.West. 'leriffof ads- Houck's Row an.IN Tonic Notice. br diseases, the Ladie' Relief Pills ate
!. Paiiecfj, Improved Mixture an efr
4uLt r' :m <: thai h'- hid. t'> h'.t ek I ul U4i
md .gpef&-nce ** <5 *." aTLt> h fb u<4 be jt incaltutu I I4J&ztre den Comity, andfj-. tffido sdir>r. Bill to foreclose Wistar's 1Ltaiui! of Wild Cherry, Urandrttb'.Pills Wholesale S i Kftnil h'rorery X Provision Dealer, remedy. They are a valuable aperient during rcn.
oi'tikt.i' ibe e.sui..eb,4 U I* I r the Estate of J4tesi1,4rjcu.c., TALLAHASSF.E.'FLORIDA. Month aftrr (late, I bali apply to the Hon. j finement
ueii menu on j Mortgage.ii Sherman's Celebrated Cii Ias tic, Camphor. SIX cr to correct a costive habit, ;ck hearf.
$ Must >t a* unefLI! notx tir* iti MtItUIIJ decM., Jnhn )F. lnn ?rarity.Wsiliarn of Probate t wheel would lie Iinwn ad *teciied. Tkt time kes c'iwi3c Worm, Cou h, and Dinner Lozencfe., Donpland'Celebrated i T7"EEPS constantly 0:1: band and fcr sale at the laittis of dismiHsiori as Executor of Esther Korne- : : they renew

iiseI *ie .upLrJ th : P tnu .rarity. SbalhpiInnerrntr Fever aid Astir Rente'!},, Lucenia Cordial, j JL\_ lowest cash priced, for ca'h, all the- article* in late of -.ii: iul J i"i 'ia' utJeatetI.JOsItx and invigorate the blood.give tone aid activity to
t3R4.7) .4Xft tX r.r.rp r P.IR.$ zx Lew i* W. Minor and say > the nervotH and the
system are culdtst
Th'm.ttn'e; E>p Wa'r, McMunns' Eu\ir of Opium, t this line .,t bu-ines9. FIc ur.of best qndhtire.Sinr.ir, TAYLOR. Senr. Executor. vt the
tht'k
m%n f&einf xl on t tTtt **j $ tt.et lot He'.oise' Minor Defendants raost certain
',t the trorib tr.4 hrnrfiU 'f tb* e& ecce.) e u i$ f uUZ f Ssnds SrataiiI1.t.| Turner Fevi r and Ague Pill, j Collec, Ti a", liacon I buns, Soap,Caudles, Nuts, Hal! Mrreh t1. 1-i's. ; aperient known, they are harrrlessand
anul>le uf geert il ItbIt of 4i4T4Iitem. TT BEING MADE TO APPEAR by affidavit filed T\ !kr's ditto, (J<>'r'l.rt'l Billion* as.d Anti-Dvspeptir i MISS, Laid, Whi.key and all other articles usually innocent in their efiircM. For yr.ons ladies who
I'nlifc* ) .urf S. P Tri n end' it tItwAvPe with are.. &nd i in thi* cause, that Job }'. Innt-rarity reside be- Pills, fieckwilb's A'iti-Dvpept Piils, Peters'andSpencer's i t found in similar tablishineiits. AH wanting Notice. [ have arrived to the age tf woman fact?, and whcsu
,, cb.Tts. Mat 1'* tie etttPr ,bec*as it te ;*qpare4 .eti't persons I
y'b"d l the limitof the Statu of Fiotida, to witin the Pills and ii S. P Town-end' I ay stew s are too feeble or relaxed to brirj forward
hr .
pfet44 -y fIe.fiC mae. Tb* Mrkett fcwm *dre eVbemevrv. ; \ Agtnt: i Itt purcha-e any of tin: above article*, are r *- Ii the
e4 the i..t d.et.enes of tlw art. b vr .il State ol Alabama ; that IVillidtn P. Innerarity re- cdi-bratcd Sarsaparilla, in quart bullies, at gl l per j t pt-ctt'tiily inv iud to call and price them before buying r'tx Months atfer date I will apply to the Hon. natural evacuations, the Ladies' Relict Pills are a
*;r..yeti. u> nsjm.iti.Mj 10. the m n f'rtsre ol( li e O.d: Ur t. j *ids iiu' ot the Mi<3tle! Circuit of Florida, to wit, in ii bottle. Alo, superior Lemon Vhciiru.rtr. tml. il w < e Hn'iwo in nieoie*
r.e*.CuIiS lj tnedie *l pToTU. ana> 'mt pr-pertiet i the City ot 1 Pt-nsarola, in the State of f Florida ; that I I tulle Citric or Lrmon Acid, tar itre'erabie) for the Store formerly occupied by L. & H. Greenberg, diffiis-ion from tIe administration cf the estate of are about passinsr the critical period ot life, will derive

*, e air Mcrt r u* e'i. nnd uth T$, h>ct) if ru nf
S ft* i-rmsaw*.4ri'it1 # and .c.i. 'b.cS M t1 > State of Florida, to wit, in t the Nhnd of Cuba ; that Porter, &C., &C. Ma 12 IfI9.! I1.. R. F:. GIBSON, Adm'r. I j pills ; they will serve to keep up, and assist nature
,ninou W the .vt.n' i ""* "f the rtipenw* "f aw |i*nilatr > ,
*. > W i that itipy c.-.tirru eai>unie anJ we ioit in the Lei\i i W. Minor and HehiUe Minor, reside betondI _June II). ISIS. 47 March !O. 1>. maintaining, a healthy action lathe uterine func-

$,utntiun. tf tief at it.t ureuftred tiy *tltjit fratfft I the limits ol the State of Floridatn wit, in the State Groceries &c. II lions for several years ?lonsjer.I .
n.a only* tii" e | f*' -J t* irii flv .jT! j! tn ir. Ut m an rthata- ( espe-
t. RIO COI-
then 1 BAGS FEE i
1 aid narr.H dffen'hi.ts doappeat and answer tbebiil from New Yoik and New rience, and have long been used by the invtnii.r with
I D. t4f tIf tut: 'UY ? pv.idi prcptrf.U tLeI USTreceiving Orleans, iO OIX months after dateI shall apply to the Hon. ;
,,. IIU I.. 1 ;, complaint filed tberfin, within the times limited I J a full I I and itic.t3s3iri mtzt, of Groceries, coni j> d'>. St. Domirigodo.o O Jmlze of prnhitte tar the county ot Jefferson, for !J Jlettus the happiest and most universal success ; they ate
ACV ft., (.M 1 they sets ktk f&flred to them that is the aid John do. White Java do. j composed entirely ot
to
d. ( respective say- -i-.liiir: n part of Bacon Hams, Sides ard Shoulders, (ifth4rijsi'Ut a* administratrix de boni non j vegetable substatces. They
wfcich
w 1,1 >re i im ti < -I do. do. !
*>!>{ Uvt1titi the root than 2 Drown do.
frau ap y thieg lw Uie r-n ti ea .it.i ui.. tt'pid ut1q..d. ; U. InnetiirilLewis Minor, nd Htloise Min->r. M.ickeral Xo. 1 and 'J, Candles, S ap. Flour, Colic e, with the will amievd, of Jeremiah J.-hnson. late ot act favorably, both as a mild aperient and fcnic. on
,*,rle. LI *..< r iMuia ftfl4 l tticti cdl!! .t wit'.itn t.e! period cf: four tnoiitba from the date of 1 Lird.T 1 ii'iacrn) : Tins, Alrooud.-,
trtSe4e tApgILI knie *CXTKAtT. the wf $b jtt r." But ,utlj etnILe the first publcati; cf this) order' : the/said William I lea'is S'iir, Soc.-which I off.-r !
GENUINE OLD\ DR. JACOB TOWNSENDSfAKJsAPAIULLA. P. Inn<-rarity withinthe wricd of two months ; and I ,removed licit do'-r to Ju l.n W. irgvle' Hutter, Box, and Pine Apple Cheese, Supeperic.r what their pane implies, Ladies' Relief Pills. .Many

tbsaid Santiiie> I Innoratity within the period of six JOHN MclJOUGALL. Family Fb.ur, Cider and \\ bite Wine Vine- I tesfimonials of their ef cacy cculdbe f reduced,
months! in default thereof the said bill of gar, Cathii, H*>niig<, Chocolate, Candies, Sauces, Notice. but a fen only will be the
or ,
This ia& to pTe'ved l thiti 1 tI| the men |iri>>. rtle. of The fi ar cmn- Jim.-, JMf 2"} I given as public will! hs
prila! fix,t ,.re r.r.t r.4a.wed.-very Thir> t.et>e of 'leToiiiir.f i plaint tftav be taki'ii as conl fsed bv flue said def<*n- j Pickies, Almonds, Fi/9, Table Salt, &c. &c. SIX month after date I will apply to the Hon. I better able to appreciate their value after they hare

ar>4 or of fenaeauil.nii h citnetnl nC tejtrtc
put.form eel ol for th')if il| thfin r twciivHy in this order. Provi
eDit and hrmrr: prr: e J'/ (.iucd IK tli.t we{> ,rvj it u wade tie i! order be pybSij-h 1 nice a wwk for th<- tetta of four ?br\ L ivcry i \ alc Stable. Newport, March 10, IS l''. 10 Norborne T. Ta*lor, dec. H. B. BRADFORD. Physician"and thereby relieve jcorselves of cany

(avsLjdn&Cine, !< i rite munths, and at the expiration of the said tcirn of'four I _!jut_:L- TAl.t..sUA'tE: ri/iltitA. L.L.r April 14, l-t-t&t. 13 r f those diseases from which Tfce wale part rf tnt
of itintiiiicmljli; . montbti hen month THE GALPIN HOUSE.N human
cotitiwionejy nice for ; race are exempt. Each box contains
JItnc the r, 4 en e !rwe hc >r foitinn-ndit .n r every ek : i j t|!i ub ) tIc t.- of tw> tnontha in > ul |i-hcd Notice.SIX three pills- rife
nn a nra ; r JJ1.QU box.
il lU f vor ty nwn. W.aen. erni children.Vc find it 4is paN t i 1. bruk SLibUs, ai d tiLe t tins op|>(irtunit\ in'iita E\VN.NVILLE I F1OUIIA.) i per
ii'.indtf, in I Mc ftU- fb f nithin the limits of the Mtddlt-J'irrmt of Fins ida. I Kept for sale bv
Months after the undersigned will
co.vncMfTJo.v. i> rrt er.i, n d r 1FR ('TLV : THOMAS BALT2KLL. t th'-tr lrii... Welch D'ruzsisfv Albany. Laker
JLAl. r iinl) 1 Ii 1 ; J Fobrwarj In. A D. l'U. j PIN 13 now Oi, fit-d fur tie rect-ptiun; I C. Sehcas, Druiraisf Thrmasviile.Ga.
Judge.C. ,
c.EriJ'i.Fs. fit et 7. ;.. / "f s mi'fTicsfs, have hereloforr n-ct-ivid I. "elicit continuance for letters of dUriimion; as Administrator of the
Ps. IIL(.' IIllrir4 -i iri-<-ii ". r me from U. bvloT. Sol. foi Compl't. he they. a lit J'nofilLM Situ Travellers: and they m.i\ j I Estate of John Smith, deceased, late of said eountvj t Hamilton W. Sharpe, 5harpe's Store, Lown f
cl I and tbcn ehM to
>.ine pledue
MPRITV OF THE BLOOD.if A trio c'ljiv) : spare no | ains j rt-st as-uri-d th( (e will! be nopatrsspared in makins i t conntr, Ca.
It & i1r" ..ctu tlflt'r tu iI .. for tl.e acr<.mTc'Jaiii: u ot I th *e who flioy patroniye i them corntortable far in the the Pro-1 j PATRICK SMITH, Administrator.
.m.lt1? tr'.In$fr.m I. n. HARRIS, r>rk fla.Ulon Circuit C urt.Uy sis as power ol March 10 ISl'J. 10 'Jia S. Poleston, Druggist, Montrc.Hr Fla.
:
Zdcr'ia.w.ftlwI .1 .ily it' .S'4 Ma/A, irnin them. Tln-ir Stjiilfs shut-itt 4 Washinsjtori' -
ttrtenmniLon i | lp'UUuin' mutual of he circulaIMM. hvart.cukt .- 0. C. Lt: Tin, Deputy Cl -ik. are ru I |;prietor ti> d>> :iu,. Ill-* stables are new and in fir.t i iI H. Barnard,Jr., Drn45i-frTallaha iee, Fla.W. .
f et and i iend.eoM Hi.iU M ml itm fliuiiet ot' f the dody. it March 3, 1SJJ (t-Om S'jiian1, in the most ctmvenit pit ot the town, and I j!! i ilor rate oidcr, ana a first rate Oaticr ulAuys in at ten- 1| Notice.Q I Brinsoa. c. B.rotherDruijrMadisao: C. H.,
}>a* Brit Us tqt') I lit i'.ilJ* dud Ojuft* ; nd jironi'it*eec). tfectctntmn -. roinlort and convenience, thfy cannot be surpas'd i dance. I Fla.

tlirimt ut.l iind l tt-ntl*v ry* ntb'r p.rc.r4tIit; p rt.< rtinxinj ctrictaro of *beurI. Jefferson Circuit Court. b> anv Stibf; in the Southern country. N. B. Private apartment* awnvfnrni'hed? for !ladies. IX month* after date the nferinrJ! adminfsO r And by t'e'? inventor, at tbe* ilineral Spring
Cut in November I IS, J'l'LEVX3! -. Is GEO/M; GALP.N Iratcr tie boni* non of the estate of Samuel ,
noth.nj i. a cic l.nc< iH Lacdged then in all V\ndi\ nnd tef William Uailc-y, a 1tt.r.. Proprietor. | Tbeus, tate of Leon County, deceased, will present

FEMALE COMI'LAINTS. .,on of Job icllu. I pm' f ,{,!kfKor &. AMES, II I i !his accounts and vouchers to the lion. Court of Pro-

the tt JWWJ vorki Jliflrurltil.wnder' in *rnwmf t.jtfiren'd f'uor ur .lit Ia.ef.ii**nr JDtntrf.It'litrt,lrrrfidr Fai'vigo) my.dcc., Lcmp. Ulc rfUr.d-to:. t # de IttL1l: : : IS WHITE SPRING, 1 bate for Leon County, and a-k for a final settlement M.crsox: CotNry.

t'f td l t w ,ike iu4 ii &. e1eauid DaI I Cwive oce, fcc.j and discharge from his said administration. Some time about eiM I rri-ica'rieti.
henry Ltogtt and DRUGS; : : HAMILTON yeaiso
ia curing all the ..rns .'t K li>y l>>fnrr. MF.DICiNKS PAINTS, OILS, COU.VTY. I'LOKIDA.'MHK SIMEON T1ICU3.
By rrmovin; /nririi.ns.! hint utt .tti the i'en.Td Iy j rid Harrow, JJefts. } butt Artirlcs. rcrfumery, it., l Viindow Glass! I II.t1 undcrsiiined respectfully inform the pub'.ie: | Mar to.t l9. 20 Shortly which seas alter the the second last miscarriage time that I bad done 51 -
tt I
Urn. i-r.d
!'le.i
cite* tuw '
seu t CrJtb tI.4tfll l <>r 1 1' to the satisfaction of tbis Court by} ? I I-it' Ititt IU '. ANT) rqi.'a-: J. that I in v \\i.i\t- Icj-td I ibis >/> isi fur a te m t4 Ii je.ir j lie out in the woods all night train The Irdian-.nhicii

: ei CPII. lli.cIc% and :eliilitytt .1. affidavit mude in thi* catire (bat the said dcfen- AJlitli4l tI( ( !:t', \HI*. A I \ ; *. Tl.i-miii'T.il' ; propertiks; II the water are sicialh <[{ Notice.t caused me to take cold, which caused tubtmui-turt i

.r>d tbu prrtrnu urk n '* gr- >t \ rn u of utli.., snziJ;, din's reside out nf t'i State: of FM! itJ.i. be jot.d tbe i r MHK: 4t br- cnj: ;t.tnlv! 'n band, and lot s.ileat the .-: : knrtwn tlut it is neediest to say anything S ;! Ix month after date the underaisned, one of the of the monthly evacnti- which an >

JpI1a* t-fiKff( imtat.tn.iuMn IIrt2. fitr. At. $'da.' Ja.ur. I| juii diubji t-t. i iTothof t O administrators ol theestateof WilliamS Then, j peared about three years aui,>. Sine en'irely then 1 rjp-! hae

.. It if Ordered, Tbi-t thc-snid dclt-ndanti*. Hftny U ..ssett J LEWIS t AMES. Il'ieiimatNtn of Leon d ceased will his
(1 th 1. CMt. tho !i Tf fi Iwnlihv union tnne I Ie atbiCtedwith Scroffub.DHippsia j late conaty: present ac- been subject to violent atfucka ol epileptic n's
etuaiiii-h, e,1 e. I5'd4 l lhd ChnLI .jf.fl.> *Ur. ii.ll iiiuminm. p IWTIh tn tho akin. j Hill of Compliiu lik-d in tbi* caueitl.in ti.ur i would Leon anda k for final settlement and dincharge < \ej of
it we le-q.icJlully su sest that they its County a Dr.
equliuee! the i in u'l.ii.m t tie! l., nil months from (lie dat of t tb public-titi rut t this or-1' Confectionery and !belivviiiit almost! fru, his said administration.
quatl) over the Inirtv, nml lti<* mn ili e j" r | .f.t.in ff- j Bakery.i : -! (trim itmany rmnuulint- f me liora those anpieaanr diseases above
lnie at l ttrirlur nml Iititn *.. rnn, tid I I313ilfhfhItP ; dir, or the said Bill will nc talu-n for touftrtt i ENKY K1NDOX! would infoiin his friends and I ] curi-s etlected by IN tie that they aka will ht- simi- SIMEON THEUS. tionedan from cxperimirnfal knowlct're! I retu-
$ the tsr
entire ner'Ue :>Hi in. U nut this ihcn :i_ -ii'i-t' them ; .1ml itasfurlwr Gidtrtd, Tl.at Pull 1 In Iy benefitte.l Ant! we to all who visit this May ID, 1S-l'I 20Administrator's
JL.I. the u'jlic ucin-raily 1 that bt h hatid j say recommend them to alt
The mrdifiuc you ]:rr-pminetly: urcd ? u lir.iti'tn of tbi ordet be made in siime ( s *; un and I I n>y female frier.'isiaL
Itut Can ny.if lh we thinfn l te ld uf r1. 1'. Tuwnteud't ujf- published at Tallahascee wctk for ntwjipuper the i9 (-oi.-itaith uijiivilactuiwig, C.ND1E&ifH kiad 'iringthat in the tvt-nl that they are not bent fitted fi.in.anrf 1 rfn tl.ink. IV Hi the cnprzpnse t f Iur. I
rwr art rr ? Thu young iwt '" iijtii.' i .nt M I tic 4icc a space sucb :i> : alt'-r a fair trial, the re will be no charge tar boar Notice. they are worthy ot all that c'iimed frr them.
of four rn'Mitbs.I .
co.inVTII THE OLD Dlt'S PEPPERMINT: LEMON DROPS The seekers <>f ;pUa<*tire will here find a delightful MOLEY
OVER5TREET.
brcanw lit m' t;|a( *MJ I'.VC i tum tUe hue ,i l.NCAI'AUJ.Kor I certify the ilnreto be a tr'ie copy from the records rNN.UON? LEMON I place to while away their time. SIX months alter date I shall present my accounts
CANDY
inn : vouchers and to the Hon. Jude I do hereby certify that the sbove certificate
EIUOIATK I\, 4rcE'ER ol Jefferson Circuit Court. apply ot uhr-
t 1 be Hotel h.uting been renovated, and the j
WiNTEUGREEN. BARLEY CANDY rooms
SPOILS Probate for GatUden for final { eraliy true frtia knowle.ze.
C. G. FIFE. Clek. made comtortable. and supplied with Dew furniture i County a settlement rav own
11151.! Hi* othf-r Doi.s touring', firmtHtmp, nnd Urriw w fie March 31,1.1J. 13 UOARIIOUND ; i and discharge trom tie! administration of the estate GEO. F:. OVERSTREET.j .
bmti oinuuiin it into Imf menu ,'i Ltjf? *uur, ncli) tlijuid ctploIt.ciir. And vatioiis otl.crs, arnon thttn several that arc we hope; to i give general sati-lactinn. [ Archibald Black dec : and also settlement and j Madison County, Fla.,near Furt Hacilton
Apiil23d
BIII< dunag.ne utlur ptoilt : M-ntm.i tln linrnhle torn I useful l tar colds and coughs'and i i'. [ i Our ;arrangements for supplies, &c., are such 2* to i ,
pouml tic IKMMMIOU to the .ytlh *- Hkal arid ( State of Florida.-rrliddle Circuit prepared tornanu- j 1 | final discharge a< Administrator: on the dower allot- | 1S40.I .
>at.
put alyitm
rcable table be
us to as found
keep good a ai can
luciure ami all! kinds 1:1i
etrttJj dttrarij uitkttid' \\ hat rauw: l>y )ie| la fcnt J .iflY, that roaj be ordered, both,I [ t t'd and set apart to Margaret Clack, dec., as widow I
acid 1 Ita ce nut cii kniiw that M ht-n luod auuri in our tloiiiacht Sarah M. Whiting, ? In Cbattcerv in the Circiitr t t i tchoftia/r and retail''. i! the S'iuth. of said Archibald Black dec. late of aidt
ht niiMliM.fr it 4)4IIII'J fl.ttuencr, heartburn. |ml|>itMtinn *. > Coin t fur XVakulia County, on He i ii al No ;prepare*] to carry on Raking in all its |' Thrt stable will be provided with the best proven- cantv.E. 'j 'About ten years ao,and shortly af t.r ccnfir ement ,
of the tienrt. liver rnmnta nt. fitrriia*. at.enUry.l colir, Fr-mcN H. Wbi'i- tiled. dcr that the erds and with attentive S.SHEPARD.Admr. I took cold which brmiht
Hill
) biancbi-t fiotn tin- country a on itreguhriry and bsfroction
and c corrui-tiim 14 Ifa* litoud 1Vbnt ii r-VroluU tut mn acid g. plain JjoaJ of fit r ad, to the most, --April 7th, IS to. IINotice. t> -
humur fti U.e txMly U'hnt troduix > i-iti' Calf, ami Ptrx. !I 'otkr. ; of the monthly evacnaticn
( sdI the hiinmr wturh I appearing to the sati-fjction cflbe Courtthat t < .vq : P..itics and the public accompanied
*brinj: ; on. While Euupturn Pw nf- Ihr tki', -vnM lleiid. t'nU Khrum. fcoia )- I IT tlie iJcfeiidant, Francis H. U biting, nidis HI t can ui\\a\s be accrmtn* (!at< d by Divine i timr-lv i notice |: Passenger? from Tallahassee and Jacksonville will with Lencorihcsa, cr \Vhites; frcra that tirr.e, rr.yI
) linf Ktier Sure .
unit all ulrrrattoo inttrOnl
mid itrrn/il tt w notlur.c. un.li-r hpnvni. lien an ecu?- Tex-is; one of the Sialo ol the United Statfs.and out t at tl.i! lijkt ry and (Conltctiiiiiaiy, t-n fl.-rwin; street,, 'meet with no inconvenience in ettinrom! ; Alligator I health gradually declined, cntii I was bri-usht to a

oUtnicf. utitcta n.rurv and tbu fm U all! the fluiil of tt.e I of this State, so that ordinary proceaa Cdimot lit stir fj>;i: o-Ilc tiif Jluelion Iltwm of U. II. Jlmy, ll q., J, to (he Spring, as arrangements will be made to \ LL persons having demands against the estate of.iX very luws tate c-f healrbso that I was scarcely able

acid bod i.Hunt tint or i -s U'h-.t .uca i ItiauuiatiMii l t.ut a aour (I! I j vt-d upon him : // '* 1h bring them without any delay. John Bozeman, late of Hamilton cour-tyde- : to get about. I took medicines f re in several! i'hvsi-
Htoirb lnh.nnu-a lt-4-il l>iten the j iinte nod elnsbm. Hoard will be moderate. ceased, will them tone without delay do- cian's and found but utile
irrit .iiiij end tnttuniir the delnalf tilauci which That a Id'ariii of the farts charged itt s.'id bill be present relief, nail! I trsan to'zs-
tt net t tii uf t.rrvogt
orrancej rirruiHUou, ind octal- All the uln.eoU wiiith arJI.ct I ) in the courrcf WAuilaat winch tune aid 1 CHARLES E RYAN. or they will be barred. ;i! lion caused my ruck veins to tbicb, and I had a
tiHnian nnturr.u t> t fr\li\\\\i\ & III.IMAN arc new rccc-itinu a i iJ 1
: April 7, 1 9Jf'. 14--4wlamn3m I JOHN G. SMITH, shortnes- breath until
I'ow it cot nitmble to make and edt, end tntiutav runt d' lcnw sometime last Dececlier
June! 15 U>. w-23 Sheriff*: ex otliciuA.'nr. I obtained from Dr. Tarvin
u use thiiSOLI..AG seine cf his Ladies
defend auainst said bill. dad it ixfwihtr oidtrtd r, IS! MMER CLOTHING, together wall a Jew ant. be
rntAirrmiYG ACID! "COMPOUND" That a copy of this triter! be publ lu'd in t-ome oneof I <:IcsulwII asa MEDICAL NOTICE. lief Pilland I Jo hereby certify that I have fnindt
OF s. I'. IOW.NSKND j Court of Probate--Leon County.In t more rebel from them than
medicine
the ncw>;papr-ji printed in this L'iicuit once I 1)1 Ills ) cl'IMc any I lave cv-
Drap
1HtuiiuihI undyittie'I wiud| tun htvr ii unihr.od that (flu l i |ir. J wti week, fur at ItaM three tnontlis. Catmuit'icttes )tauitlUes Dr. Charles T. Darby the matter of the estate ) AT CHAMBERS, er t.tken.and vrould therefore rtcctarntnil them to
fir ,
ri/ > ,
-i It
iir it fCTI4W hfnfit. an JMUAllUNloriMd THOMAS HALTZELL ol Letter Crook, d.ceased. $ April 1 11 IS ii'''. I females in similar situations
WPflILThI4hiI Judge. Suitable munuf.u-turt1. and to be disposed of for T ) ESPECTFULLV: announces to t the public in zen- !
Ikeern iiiu sr .fiM uNit in an nrticle vh'.ch) wen2i I Newport May r>, I l'1'!! I V. eral that lit- has peimaruntlv lotatPtl himselt in the petttion of William Bailey, security, SISLETER HODGES.
Mar Ihe tills 1iHjirU.iiiihHnrc: to f. P. CASH I, and CA SI lf ONLY, al nn-dc rate profit* ; and j I j ON !
end w luch ahould brine 4 .wti uK>n the Od! Tnwntcnd'acrd'Or.fttrb a mountain.' A trup copy : ( C0. L. BRYANT, Cb rk. oiild conlulU inxile I tlu-ir old Irierids and custcineti Montict-llo Floridi, and will be found at all lime-, playing that Luke Moore, adii.inistratorof said I do hereby certify that the above j.faemenf, made

load cnmplun-a and rr.nniiationi from A cent, wlio tii e nd.! June: 2, Ihl'J Ii2 to call) and ;purcbs'-c. unless proles-ionally enageii. Strict attention will estate may be required to gite new security in lieu j by my wife Stricter! is just and true, this Mtb Dec.
and
(11)IPUIJNI imrrlikfrii),. utio bate nurd i*. I'.Tuwniend'griHMtM'IXUWe Tallahassee, Match 17, 1611 II be paid to all professional calls. petitioner, or in default tlu-rect that ?aid Moore be ; 145 A. HODGES P.

wi.h it ondeM v>.i. lirria'<> it il the etiolate trutk, thnt State of Florida. Monroe County 1dav 5, ti9. IS removed from said administration, it appearing io Lowntles County, 660lh Dit.G. M.

P. I. lowntrnd'a hrt-rlc- and Old hr. .Jerub Tow ti nd'i ,-aripanlla Smith Mowry! ) J.uid I'or N:114', the satisfaction of this Court that said Luke Moore,
$ are irii>m- >, apart. and < f*,lely Jimiafar; that e*. i UILL IN CIIAr.CERY.Jiucirib MMO.V TOWI.E. "MARIANO P. IMPV. admini .tratcraforc aid oi the estate of Lester Crook,
thvy are unlike lu *v* r> pnrt.rular. hmuiiuot .1 li .1 1 I:: C I!_q ( i: I
10 common. one single thine Lawton. ) TOWLE & PAPY resides beyond the limits ol the Slate cf Florida, orin A C A K D .

At $. P. T-.wnxe'>
hcmK' than no an tibnrnmeruiUt tjier fcntmn no more ol -dirine or dineM .1. <1clcndaiit in I lie lull filed in t tlic above cause, resn1i rinks ti'iitbot"Tallab.i t nt'ar the liioDia illorneyN and: Coiinstllcrs; at Law, self, so that noiice of said petition cannot be served DR. and Fall at tIe Mineral Springs preseti on the

hid gunrtMtft) can o.uin.ihi> jjuUlic n, tinar.enutir.hiivt that unpruuenaJ lima. <4 nut of I the S't.iUt t ]Fluut alt; uiid in Kitrtipe : yule to.id. .idjoinint; Gov. l'rancb' plantation: containing HAVING (formed an association let the Practice upon him : /.' h thtrrfvre Ordered, That the said Uitblacoochee River, eight mile* below Trcupvilie.

renuine. ccivniltie iiifdicme nintiiiniitx all they the eut virlw WWIVIIIB* of t .e a 11 in Gidiml, That said defetuLnt uj p<*ar; and unulw4'r 7 ur SOt acres. Will be Mild low, and orballst.ietary j will alten.l the several Courts: of the Luke Moore, administiator as aforesaid, do appear Lowndes County, Ga., where he will onS
practice
rtir 1Jp.I l 4n |irrjm ;ne it mid w Inn, remrn.Mtile ol rh-iccr tbe said bill \\illun the b tfiiiis to one wi)>liii.i; to puicltase. For r i Mi'ldle j and answer said within lour months the Chronic disease
%%huh | I I thru-prescribed ) law, | Circuit i I of Florida, and i in t the District Court petition Torn S i-rii.cipalh. He las jut rceivedachoiceselectitn
mrht rndcf llieiii
LcIth. the AUt.NTS uf DiMSHtonoieAd of F uttherwie il shall be luto-n pio contemn. It ii fur Sum I liet puiiiculars; I appl; ; } to E liarnurd Tdllaliate, j; of the U. S at Tnlialin 'ee. All bti.ine>sentrustedto I date ot I the lirst publication: ol this order, or (he said of nudicines.directfrcm Savannah.

Hut W MI rise houldf* ilirf Ordtred That ot this ordet be or DANIEL) LADD, Nt-w Port. their will receive petilition be taken fur confessed and Persons
jwiie.lfriOT one who know t until a copv publiahr c ire t pionipt attention I may tbepraver atTIicteil with Eruptive diseases, scald
Inc of aoine comparatively rtjx-rirnrc lit tu nwd ow*iuenrd dud .icawi tlre<|uirc> nr.on| I i in sutnc newipup'-r piint< .iiu the Stutcol Florida Jan. 13, 1M9. 2 U (;prj-: Ollirein the (',;uituf thereof granted : Providtd. That a copy ct this order bead, white swellit g, eld ulcers, sere legs, &c., female -

liPkl. How iniirli innr i $i|>uruut trnti il it thnt uivin} the J*a..TH.J cojimmn who dcn-m loan I once a month lot time niMiths.JOS. Liverpool Salt. February 17, l lUt.. 7W.tiAIIKtHbUHUhSS&GU be ptiblinhtd once a wtek for four months, in ( di-eases, drop y. aid other old chronic attC-!
kfiirlnr fli4jiie, duneij lifWSAK fi. LAXCASTFII.KPV dome newspaper published in the City of Tallahassee. |I lions, that should think j-roper to place themselves

ETOMACIIS AKD L.vFF.r.ui. SVSTKMS, WVbt, March S. A. D. l lw. Judge So.Cr. FaThoM. I. I I ) ECEIVED per .Scl.ixiner Lucy J1ke. COO Sacks JAMES C/I2ROOMU: :, under his care, will be apt to be xvcll satufiid with

e.uner hiujId know il well the uiodrsl l |>r'iw.rurs| ,f |ilant<. the tet F'. KIN, Sol. fur C'utnp.; IV Liverpool Suit For *->le by ,, April M$, 1SI9. 15 Judge cf Probates. his treatment. This mineral water has made many

Ainu an eiicnu.f tf-'inag I in \unit't.r rmirrnirnlin of tli* t in,]"n their d.i henlniC e i which virturs art ret, A true copy horn the tninuies, : JOHN DEMIAM.Nt'w1i'tt llcti'iiiii Furwardins iV Coiiiiijssioti cures ol Dvspepsia,Gravel, fibeumatism, &c..and be

the It hutiiaa ii In tj>l 'in. .i..', t>->\\ in Adipi;. rnodin to thcte ilinca nt W. C. MALONEY. Clerk. 31s! M.ircb i l''. Notice. hopes by his aisiUnce, that they will cure many

wounded hnioanity..irreft IrMiid to* tii kinUi>
leCture. and tienllli end bloom. *nd ., -t nto th>* rriuhcd and LMkrn. --.0- neither out ol the State of Florida, chronic disease by cortr ct for an interest in them.

haS rUL'UliT to bint.h unit Intumit I'"}* M', thai the< il.ll lilt J \C< til TO\VNHi\t) State of Florida.-Middle Circuit ; 1 BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED) MULLET, of j ].,ecrs in Western Produce nor conccalril, but uny correspondence; wished with { This location is remarkably health

tu* n| |Mtrtiinity nod meant tu litre Daniel Ladd. Camp. \ ._) t_, the I tirst catch, :md in i fine order. him will inetl I with immediate attention by direct- t May 5, 1S40.

(;rand Univci nl Conccnlratt-il vn. j In Chancery in the CirAuiu For ,.:.!It low by McNAlJGHT( I &, OR.MOND. (j'i Pnjdras Street New Orleans. i in, :: to him, at Jacksonville, 1 Fla.% where he is at present

; tu4 Steele fc rii/a- nut Couit tnt W.ikulla Nfwpotl;i t, Nov mb< r -!">. l l-. 1'J I F'ti.3, is 19. 5 Omcio. en siced in adjusting the acccunts cl the f>late I Xatnre's own Kenrnly for Cowcl UompIainl.r .

within the r they ss.'J raii teem'.mul ci'tidriit knuw l.v jtu j |i.-/u-ti- '* it both Cot t I ham, Del'ts.) j THE FLORIDIAN &. JOURNAL ; %V. IIUTCHINS the same. LUKE JIOOKE. [ [' mix: flout is a specific rctaedv for P.Ii.-

I'oir (o lienl. IT I appearing; to t the natiilaolion of I the Court f that* June 30, IS 13. 2fi 1 dy Flux, Diarrhea, D> eutery, Jlc. "if is lie
Sold \vlio! i5alc and retail I 1i v IhudulendantijicMiiLMii I this Slate, but not in I the is PUii.i1liD r.vnnv; : ATUIIDA\ AUCTIONEER sitnple-f, yet the most certain and safe remedy ever

THOMPSON. SKII-LM'AX A: CO., Circuit in which I th<- bill i in filed : //1/ therffoie.IcrretdanJardircd i -- 2V/LL. i ILl.v 7;/:, //>/. I A iAnKELSPUlMi; : PORK, (discovered few hours will be sufficient to cure the

_ 102 Nasau tired New Yoik. That unlct-s liie ai.l JHciulanlso : TIUMS i: : L\J 5 tMik- bacon SbotilJer-i, mast violent case. It was tirat t discovered and used

And by LiWISds AMI'S, the fiit Monday in Au tHt next the same will betaken TutiRt: AND A HALF, if paid wiibin six inor.tl.H.Foun Messrs. II. Roxn, JW.. ARCIM, D. C. WIIAO.V, 5 Sacks Uu Coffee, eminent success, and by them the use ol this very

Agents, Tallahassee. confessed, the matters thereof <1<>neei] ac Dot.L.ARb, it not ;paid until tbe end of ll.ejcar.03These F. H. I'i.\icT. J. Hon o.\ and J. T. Aitcn, a. Li'piotsot all kii.ilJut received antI for sale by valuable root was made known to the whites. This

April 21, IS4). >. 1C- Iy cordingly : rratiJtil, That a ropy of this order be March U>, ls |P1.; 10 GEO. H. DESTWICK.Tallabaisee plant nourishes in the valleys of Western Georgia,

published in eoine one ri the newspapers printed in tc-mis will be timidly adhered! to, and June 12, Is)-IV. and North Carolina. It i is neatly put up, ready for

I3lacksmithing.G this Circuit once a week (tor t two months successively. no ;paper; will be discontinued until all atrearag -s are Thomas Jeff. Heir, use. in ounce papers, soOlcient to cure several cases,
paid, uiib'-Hat t the the
ol I
option; publishers Subscribers
OOD THOMAS IJALTZELL, Judge. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR: AT LAW Just Received at 50 cents per paper.F .
substantial), and cheap BbckstjiilLirigof will be ri-cfived for three month at One ,
T ialeby W. Rrinson C. HFj. .
12 1'19. Madison
NewportMay JL Brothf
all kinds done at the Shop near iny Stable occupied A tin GF.O. L. BRYANT Clerk. Dollar-MX months at fr'l .,u. F.ver: ) otdci (tir ( lie WILL' ;piactlce in the Ciic tit (Couit in each -1)l!:[ SCIIR. TALLAHASSEE, alar eaml! fresh b | ; K Siesas, Thorajsvillen Pulestoit Non--
: ?. .
C bit rear by Miller & Urokaw. June 2, 1649.copy 22 paper out of this eitiiity tnu-t !i.e act< tn|
January 20.1SJ9. 3 A. A. FISIIEK. the cash, unUfs the order cnntH through any of our Co'irl and United SUIcs District Court a Flo'ir, Hacon Sides, Lard, &c. All of which will be hawe, Via.Ma ,

regularly authorized agents, in the State.AIvIItrIsIrTs Tallfl'as-tp. uIu1 at the cry lo-.vcst ratts for cash only. 5 1Sii.
S. S. Middle Circuit---Leon County.Silas Monticello 15-3m
20
Knight January 1SJS. 2 GEO.; II. BESTWICK.

WILL continue business at bin lid starid, where F. Uurney, ? In Attachment. ICE" Corner of Monroe and Jellerson streets. .

S hopcffto wait on *uch of big (friend as have vs. V Sum sworn to SO) 4S-100. Will b" inserted at t Ihe rate of One Dollar ICE : : May 12, 1&U>. iy S. S. KNIGHT,

,.w heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, pt omi. Isaac I hit to. ) Hond in
___h ing that all hall have Rood articles lair prices. rpJIF.I defendant and all others interested I arc here- sii'i>f nient insertion., A reasonable deduction be kept at (tIe Kail 1 Road Depot in the course Great Bargains--Real Estate.

April 29,1649. 17 JL by tiotifu-tl ol I the institution of t the above puit' will be made on lejral notices, ehtate fl.iticrtar. uf next \\ cc k. Those wishing t the article will sell my plantation, CIO; TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

and requited to appear and plead to tile declaration ly notices without alteration, by persons having ;please prootne their Tickets at t the Drug Store of I'KARNARI TWILL ol Tallcha-'sei1. iinely watered acres, one roil !, KEEPS constantly on hand,and offers for sale at a

he Pure Sulphate of Quinine. tiled therein, within the time prescribed hy law.WALKKR&.GWYNN regular accounts with the oilier. ), Ju. Ice will be delivered at tIer Htil; one ball standing in limberrich hanunckat, more than advance on cot, for cash, all the st3fldI -
Road' Depot uiitil j I 7 o'clock, and in no ease icillitbedelitxrtd 50.00 I ard articles in his line. qoal-
rpHE subscribers have on hand two hundred and All announcements cundiil.ttes for office, nvr ;per acre. Also, my bou-e and lots in Tallahassee ; Flours of approved
.s JL fifty ouaces Sulphate of Quinine, which they May 20' IJ9. 21_ Atty's for ITfT. rOLI.An.t-invariatily in advance. No attention n-itlioiil Ticfttts- uromis, wishing the article lot $5li)0.() Tt mis-One third CVhthe balance in, itics-Sugar", CofJecs. Teas. Bacon, liana, I'cr.

have obtained direct from the manufacturers, and will be paid to any oiderlor announcementunlcbs will pease take notice of liii,. The ;price delivered two eipial annual intaIilLeIrts. firm 1st 1 Soap, Candles Lard, and all similar articUs to'Relher -

they will warrant it to be a superior article. Florida, Middle Circuit. accompanied with t the cash. at the lupotis 'J cents per Ib. Tickets fur lS.)0.: JOHN P. January, with Fruits; Irish Potatoes, Onions, 'sUt5 tj .
.
We have enlarged our stock of Drups and Medicines IX CJADSDHN) CIRCUIT COURT. All religious, marriage, and obituary tint ices published ft i lb tilt be issued. IMAir.RIayS, 1SPJ. IS DoVAL. j Raisins Figs Almonds and all othet articleusually!

by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute Archibald M<*Piialter, GuarO Ktatuitou ; but ditoriat notud. (for private A sma'.l supply of Ice will beat K. Rarnard'.s, found in similar establishments.

6 orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail dian of Thomas Wilks, I I ATTACHMENT benefit, will be charged as advert ieuieits. where a TIt ket tot 5 Ib*. will procure 4 IDS. Ice. Store next door above G. II. Meginniss'f Mo0*
Those
on the most accommodating terms. t*. ( Sum sworn to $1l( wanting Ice in large quantity, lor parties, Tin Manufactory. roe street.

We have auto a few account" yet due to us for the John Johnson. j JOB WORK.'e &c.wiIt please send their ordeis to Mr. Nash. at enjaeil additional workmen April 29, IS40. 17 Iy
HAVING we are
the Depot, two or three da before it .
s will be -
rear 1847. They are generally in small amounts, IK i.rfi'ndanl and all other inteie, led will talc ) called ( to fill all orders in our line in a -! -
I'M We are well prepred to execute Job Work, sucbJ for, ?o that it may be at hand if possible.
but if the whole could be paid shortly, it would note of the prompt anti satisfactory T baccos.
go commencement sti thin Miif by at-I.tarliment as bills, eard*, blanks, pamphletskc,, with neat- principal Depot is al A'tirport here manner. All orders from I
w it
- far towards liquidating certain vtumswhichwetme. and and plead to thedcclarafionfiledn i- can the country ts ill receive immediate attention. A received -
appear
lips and despatch. All woik of this desrtipton, he Abtmnrd in any quantity by A FULL supply manufactured Tcbacccs.jt'st
applying to Mr!
LEWIS & AMES thucase- liberal discount
to metcbant
R E GIBSON.M ) e\cepf for persona having jeaily accounts with DANIEL LADD, given and rfealri &. and for sale byMcNAtTGHT
April 23, icIt 41 v i t'>. 14) ">4 f,> Atti of Tiff.: T WHITE &. CO. ('EMO!'
the office, mu t be paid for on delivery Tallahassee, June 2, IS 19. 22 June 9, 1349. ji % &

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