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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 25, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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BYMAXWELL&IIILTON. TALLAHASSEE,cFA., SA71IRDAY, AUGUST 25, 1840. YLTJMEIO.33.] _

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Fiom the ri.ion. passed resolutions against slavery, not only in Such are the facts which in our minds conclusively
WHO HAS BETRAYED THE SOUTH? their popular conventions, hit in their State convict southern whigs of treacheryto HUNGARY AND AUSTRIA. balls going through my cloak and through the I car. I got only a slijrnt wound on (the fore* .

It cannot bo denied, that a very great legislatures and permitted no opportunity to southt'r interests. They cannot be denied INCIDENTS u K Tnn WAR. ,, long tail of my horse. With one hussar who head, which would have gone deeper had I

change !In relation! to the subject of slavery pass to inflame the popular mind against "1a. because they stand out in bold relief The Morgcnblult, before had been for a long lime my private not a silk handkerchief :In my shako broken its "
Slates in And in Congress, whig representativesfrom upon the records of Congress and the cOlntr.1 a paper pu htsJu'd at servant and served I contendedwith force.
has taken place in the free not only very. Stuttgart by the well known critic me truly, long .
the sentiments which pre"aillLtnong the mass! the North voted, on 11 occasions I Nothing but the most reckless mnedacity wiitntuf. contains a series letters German, h'nzfl officer ., my sabre ; we let fly our best at each Here the road are so bottomless that the '

of the people of those States, but in the politi. and on all questions, against South. At I: '- to deny that ten, nay six years in the Jellachich.by a throw other and finally quit without great but on cannon can often nol hiedraggedoronlywiih 4

cal action of both of the :great parties into home they waged incessant war against the I i the great body of the northern democrats I a good deal army of Jijiht tile mode They in which either side. Earlier comrades, with whom I the greatest efforts. Sixteen or eighteen' horses '
who had maintained the rights of: stood firml.and faithfully by the interests and upon had drained bottle often lo and then I
which they are divided. The fact cannot be democrats 'he war is carried between the so many gamed or gov are put a single piece .
denied, that it is but a few years since when the South. They joined with the abolitionistsin !I rights ofthc South, while! the whigs of the and Austrian on The Hungarians I sipped so many hours, rode RO many a wild can hardly stir it.- These bad roads are of. t It

abolitionism was a meagre faction even in hunting down and destroying politically I .North were then, and have ever since been, ing passages: from these }letters following translate ilter( t. race at night as we sallied forth from the ten a great advantage to the Magyars. With

the New England States, and its advocateswere every norther man, who dared to stand up in the enemies of the South. None will deny for The Tribune. In them we it should I drinking rooms Gallician castles for our distant their small. !, light, active horses they come off .

even there treated with contempt, ridicule defence of tie constitutional rights of the ; that from that time until the present, souther not be forgotten that the reading sympathies of the I villages now stood before me a bitter better ihmi our Cuirassiers, in whom our 'f ,;

and sometimes with violence! when they South. And while these whig enemies of whigs have been in political alance with writer arc naturally on the Austrian side foes. A hostile hussar, whom I had well greatest strength consists on their great, heavy t
I
in this infamous I northern whigs in down destroying : known in the helpless beasts.* Still the Cuirassiers haves .
attempted to hold meetings for the purpose of the South were engaged hunting "I I myself often find it to understand once shouted to mr in 'la'Ja I'
discussing the doctiines which they professed.Nor work of hunting down the true friends of the ; uOther democrats, who are the true that I an still alive and difcul whole limb t miiKt of a fight : "Thou wert my brave done much in this campaign and have: gained J'

had it made any headway in Congress.The South, sou'hern whigs aitrttlcT and encouraged friends: of the Soulh. Is it strange, lli'-n that my body. The hardships hate I have a been to I officer andi I loved thee, nowthouart the enemy great fun We Hussars are, for the mater I

South presented at that time, an undivided them, exulting'ir} orer aery rclim northern democrats should Jbecome dislleat-1 I I in the past few week, (the dangers I have through ('fmy country and I shoot thee !" Sayingthis of jpccd, equal to ihe Magyar! and a ther .

front upon a question which affected so : '/JT they hal prostrated and destroyed. ened, and in the end disgusted with IJck caped, are almost beyond of deserip.tloH. es. he let off}his pistol at me, the ball whistling is :great want of light cavalry in our army

vitally her great interest, and she was sustain I Southern whigs rejoiced in every victory, ingratitude and treachery on the part ( As I was always my with power the advanced too close to my head for comfort.A we are in great demand and often are kept ;
) I northern abolition allies of the South, and should change their day and niyht in the saddle. All this I would j
which their whigs
ed I IJ)' a band of firm and intrepid friends a- gained posts-wtlich, by ill luck, often were few days after I came together with the ,
rnong the democrats of the free States, which cverthic democracy of the North, upon whom course, and in self-defence take the 5UIC.: the rear poets (.four corp, latterly and as for (the most !! hussars of my former regiment in a curious endure willingly if this accursed war did not ?

enabled her in a great measure to !suppress alone the South could rely for the deft-nee of ground upon I the subject ofslavery which nor- [part I was on the move alone with little fashion. The little fights and skirmishes of cause events which shake my very soul. In
democracy of New them whigs have always taken, without incurring my I i these last weeks I hate suffered
When the deeply.
even the agitation of the dangerous question her rights. troop, toil and danger were measured out tome outposts had been so constant for many days ,
oi f slavery. eI cannot be denied, that not Hampshire was temporily)' lrok(1 down and I the censure ofllieiralliesof ihe South? I and mine in double I had long and so tiresome, especially for the horses, that i
I defeated the of Hale southern are not surprised that such has been the quantity. They will have Ilie ame advantage over the I KUJ-
more than "iJ years ago the South was triumphant by treachery \\e We forgotten the appearance of a bed or a chair ; both parties wanted rest, and a sort of spontaneous ian Cavalry -K 1,. Tribune
in the halls of Congress on this qnes- i whigs, both orators and presses, were loud in I hough tve are deeply grieved. and from the hour we left Peslh till day before truce arose between t the t\'in .- .
be
lion, which to intimately involves her peace their rejoicings at the e\ent. They exultedat are grieved that southern interests should yesterday, when we were forced to takea \ had set up our watches a ho t 2,000 paces From the Mobile Trbrm .

nnd security, and was enabled through the fidelity the election of Hale to the Senate, and I betrayed by southern men, and southern rights day's rest on account of ihe exhaustion ofi from each other, tolerably free from care as 1 SOUTHERN FLORIDA-ITS CAPABILITIES. I !

of the democratic representatives" from I again in the election of Wilson and Tuck struck down h)southern hands. Now, whatis i our horses-the exhaustion of is of to an attack, at least as to a surprise, for on !
men
the free Slates, effectually to suppress all agitation (abolitionists) to the House. These arc facts the remedy ? II i.' for the people of the. j never thought of-I had not once taken course off that day everybody preferred resting to fg'lt.I' I In my former I mentioned that three varieties I (

upon the subject. Such was the state which cannot with truth be denied or gain. South to hold ollcrl whigs responsible; for I clothm. How frightfully I look with all (this my! ing. On.our side the stock (provisions was of the great American Aloe grew with \\1

of things farther back than six years. sacd. I cannot be denied that so far back this criminal betrayal of 'OttJt'r intere&ts. I I coulj not help laughing when I first saw very poor ; and in the region about, there was great luxuriance between the sea and everglades 1

Now what is the state of the question both as the adoption of the 211 rule, the northern Let thc traitors to souther interests l be called I myself in a glass; a long beard nothing lobe had, as the Magyars, accordingto I on the poorest lands in Florida, and II
the friends whom the to account for the treason, which they have meandering that one of ihe'number (the ** PuJflueis) the I
in Congress and the States in which slavery democrats were on1' in no cry ornamental fashion over chin. their fashion, !had carried off or hidden or I '
South had in the Nor can be denied committed, by the people[ of thc South; whom chceki I destroyed I looked disconsolate same plant from which the Sisal hemp is made.
docs not exist ? In the South has i and mouth hair cut as it everthing. on
Congress ;
my
been defeated and prostrated on this great that fromthat day to this north'r higs. \ they have deceived, cajoled, and at last r betrayed. by a ,Lussar ; a black cloth over my happt'ner II as my people got ready the eternal 1 Ma- I I am not aware that there has been sufficient
aided and abetted 1 by whigs, havebeen Let the whig leaders of the South broth. this is experience in this to entirely! test the profit of
question. She has been insulted, and even "outht'r lo hide a slight cut I had received a few das maliga (corn ) At any rate, a
the sacred guaranties: of the constitution, which I constantly I hunting them down, makingthis I be summoned to the bar of t the people to answer before from a Hungarian llsa; my long, tolerably thin dish, but when you have had the culture. In fact, I do not know that thc .
the South and for their treachery)' to the interests of the plant has yet been produced in Florida in
should be her protection, have been grossly very friendship to support : white cloak cO'crCr with gray, black, brown nothing else for weeks it is perfectly disgusting
j violated; and t trampled upon in the House of, of souther rights the pretext and cause of accusation South. In this wa\can justice he vindicatedand i i and yellow! variegated; with stains of I and I shall never forget it in my life. [In such quantities as lo be of any practical importance .
"th'e
Representatives.: The rules adopted to pie. against them. the rights of South precn'ttJ In. i j blood, and cut and pierced by gashes, bullets ''our wooden flasks there was but little Sklikowilzer except to make cordage for the domestic .
this the unnatural revolting alliance of those who have
all the facts to way can and and there we sat forcing down our purposes grown it.
vent the agitation of the subject have been Hut these are not going | the firebrands of bivouacs ; my shako
I between the whig leaders of the outh meal I broth the of little wretched yet from the specimens sent by Dr. Perrino
south.ern
southern to backed by help a
repealed, and even on the great question re. show the treachery whigs I and smashed ; instead! of neat
j and the abolition vhigs of the North be bro1 my to the Patent Office at Washington the fibre
lating to the territories, she has failed in obtaining interests-conduct which has tended more I bootees, coarse water-boots, high the water, in bad enough spirits around our feeble 'I
1! ken and southern rights vindicated and Ocr of the plant in Florida is I and
the rights and securities which she I than all other causes to alienate the democrat. up leather r.dahes of trowsers and not watch-fire. I produced longer
I sustained. And (then (the South can, with pal ) ; I firmer than of that produced in Yucatan. tile f
claims under the constitution- And what i is ,c friends of the South, and to throw her great I a jot of fringe remaining on my black and] Our opponent seemed 3! I ual lo be belter {I
the state of the question in the free States ? ''inteiests at the mercy of norlher ahoJtiol. I some show ofju"tice, and with the utmost confidence Jelu\scaif.: My swurd is all battered by oWlr provender of all sorts than we ; their''j place from hence we import the most of this ,

A change radical and profound has ism. In the session of 1813-4 1 the i again claim the friendship and support I ) it has given and taken, and covered laughing sounded clear to us, almost like "hempthat comes to the United States.-
rqI.al I northern democrats.t the approaching The Bpeciu en in the Patent Office decided .
there place among both people and politicians. was repealed. It was accomplished by the I I with a thick rust of blood ; my favorite All, mockery. All at once 1 saw two hussars was
unanimous vote of northern a portion elections for Congress in the southern I stand on the other &iJe, and showing a by the naval bureau to ue every way .
Sis years ago the South could rely whig my% noble! war-horse, is worn thin as a cat, j up
implicitly upon the support of one of the great II of northern democrats, and several southern I tatt'j, let their patriotic and enlightened [f'0.1 and is minus an ear through the cut of a sabre, I white cloth: approach us. Curious to know equal if not superior to the imported, the fibre ,
recollect these facts and discard the of that being six feet
I Carolina and Hosts, pie what it was, I went toward them, and soon specimen long-much
North
parties at the North. She had friends in whig*-Stanley ( ) but fresh and ready for new taules-a ,
Congress frnm the North belonging to the I Virginia, being among them. Here is an ors from the public councils. .til d his master i is also. Mv soldiers!, I recognized two hussars of my old squadron. I, longer than the imported article, while it wa I t
--- --- finer, and
more pliable,
democratic party, who nobly defended and instance in which southern whig not only .TIlE LAST Mil UGK: OF .\ SCOrNDKHL.) I II I too, hold: out well, but? look even more like a They saluted me politely, said thai they had a I Until 146-7 I equally strong.
maintained her rights. [But now, what is the I, deserted the true friends of the South from he I[ troop robbers than I like a robber captain.. stock of good things, a cask of wine and a see no special mention

state things ? Nearly all those friends have I North, but tleyc8erlrd the southern eauscilsdf. There is another platform ; it i is that of I i For the rest. more than half oflhosp I had fat sow, and as they knew we were not very I Iwel made of the value of the gunny bags imported .

been strik(1 down and have disappeared Aler a betrayal of southern interests an honest man, who says that he is a "'hil,but !. with me at the beginning are either fallen or provided for, they had come to ask me if ; previous to thai time I presume they were

and .be left to battle for her rights almost I by southern whigs j. could the South I if elected to the Pn' idt'ncli will nlt the !j I badly wounded, and my little corps has had I share a part of theirs. As I knew included among the I thousand and one" articles p

alone and single.handed. These are facts I look longer even to the norihein (lemocratsfor : tool of a party-tit: he w.il be the President i l twice (to be lc] up. Hut the great 1 E npire that they were genuine Magyars, who, whennot not enumerated, acd I think from the
little to be from the table that thereare
stubborn facts, and they cannot be, denied. sympathy; and support ? We appeal to all of the ptopJe-that he no enemies to pun.i bas many people and what harm is it i i' we excited, always! act with honor, I gratefully gathered

And now it remains to inquire into the cau- j| candid souther men of all parties, and conjure ., ish-no friends to reward. I Ii oto the dogs ? ThE Emperor always ge'si accepted thE friendly offer, and sent a coupleof j Now nc.l Sisal two hemp millions is the of material bags' imported to make yearly.those

es which have produced this great change in I them to ponder this question. Hut this i "The palm ioitn( of mere politicians which i I soldiers. Human life falls low in value whenI fen over to them.They I bags and by the ofa little) .

the sentiments and conduct of the people of ;( is not all. The territorial question cam up,, explodes in deceptive party pledges, is un le r. I jou have tried a year of constant fighting as soon came back, laden with some.. ; be application whole inge.nuitJ

the free States, and in Congress, upon the i and wa'dchated inCongress. Northern demo.. stood (Urbe, as I Dr.) Johnson defines it, the we have done. thirty cans of good Hungarian wine, and the labor they in can woven bJ common :
that will
subject of slavery, and to ascertain, if possible j crats desired that the question should be set., last refuge of a scoundrel' "--'(Ce of the.Hon. II As we are always in the immediate vicinity quarter of a hog. Il was not long before my have ,to be long cut off pieces the so and sewedup only
right
who have been its authors.In I lied. )Ir. Claton's comprimi bill was ff J. ..17. Clayton, il Senate, July, of the enemy). and often set up our watch hard. I soldier were eating and drinking in great delight at one end to fit them for length market. From

judgment, there is but one cause, and 1 jfered ; and while} not a northern whig "olt I 1946.The j ly a mile from his out-posts!, we have had, especially I j not one" thinking that they owed it all this it be seen that bags can be

the authors of that cause arc as apparent toour I i for it, enough of the northern democratic rep. Ta\lor papers first justified Tayior'u I lately I as much fighting as one could to an enemy whom they would in a few hours made wi, and in gunny much .
probability cheapj
view as the cause itself. It iv the/ alliance I rcsentatives did, to insure its passage! if ail the u odious proscription, )telling us that only a i desire. Scarcely a day has past without our oppose in deadly conflict. One politeness is j er than they al .

of ihc Southern Whigs icilh the Sur/Ierl I I! sou'htr whigs had voted for it. Hut lhei \. few office holders Ind been turned out. I I \ein beset by the hostile hussars either in worth another, and so soon as the meal was can be can made from imported.Sisal Colon besides bagging

\\Vnigt.for zrhich the trader of ihe whig party i did not. Eight of them including ''fphel;', When this i tlo' ition fell h)\its own weight. !! grand! or modi-iate style, and_ we ellen had this i over, I took a real bladder! Turkish tobacco } I would hemp, .
produced
in the Suuih are alone responsible. Let us I Ilook of Georgia and Pendleton of \ i irginia, voted i they next told us that the "j"jl: of provrrip-1 j pleasure for breakfast: and then again for supper I of which I had a good. "loc, and which, j j lit, mon hemp and Manilla cheaply in supersede comj for ,
I a measure,
Laci into the history of the slavery (ques- : against it, defeated it, and left it a legacy for I tiunould only extend to n en (rfct i;: I)' and some da\S were nothing but one 135 I knew by experience; Hungarian hussars cordage and for other and I

lion il Congress, and see if we have not i lilt present, to tistracttJ} country! und menace :! Piesident Polk. '! continuous fkirli, IJ. G.'m'rlh'it was only are very fond of. and went over to the have doubt, that many purposes it be;
no
abundant evidence to stijpoit the position its p iace : trauqutlt'y.)'. Here is another I \btl this faiN}, by the proscription df, a few sabre cuts that indh'idual-Iwr"emen e;. hostile bivouac. As I approached the fire, duced there be as million soon as dollars'can worth pro
can a
which we have assumed. I desertion of southern interests by southrrn m(1 put in Tyler! unfr Van Hu- j changed with each other, or car/iut bullets the whole troop sprang to ,their feet, in the of the article consumed

Every fou11Jr man will remember, that racti"g in alliance irilh the irhiysof! ret), and under Jackson: then we were told i that the outposts: sent from or else most reverential launer. There were about I of the market profitably would! annually be in ; ,

the agitation of the slave question' in Congressis the Aor//i, ,rlU were vnanimous; against the that it was to. be justified! from the t fact thatIlemnocrats the business was to carry out or lo hinder sOle i :;0 men of my former regiment. They saluted -i 1! danger consequence of overstocked immediately no
II'
(f the comp'onmc bill. held all the otlices.I i iI shrewd ambuscade. Hut me just as if I were their officer, being
then the
compaiaiivdy/ of a recent date. I com- ]passage 1'1an I t sti ant!1 precisely the I kind of labor that should! be taken
inenced under the auspices of the John} I Hut the catalogue of lieachery on the part I This excuse having failed them, from time j mater became serious, and there was slurp thanked me gladly when explained! the pur.I | from the cotton-field, is the kind of labor best

Qiiincy Adams, who owed a debt of hatred of Iwutht'r whijislo southern interest is not fact that many Whig have Icel holding of. fishiiiig and buttles C"CI. in which the crash I pOe of my visit, and delivered the tobacco lo fitted for growing the anti for manufacluriHjz .

and revenge; P to the South for the po1licallls. yet complete. The presidential election en- fices under all our administrations t the next j:| of cannon came j into play! its part. Then I the old white haired officer who commanded f much of it. But hemp little outlay ofcapi-

tility which both lip and his encountered : sued. The democrats numiuattr a candidate, 1 plan is, tint Jeffcrson, Jackson, and Polk have ]j many, a lider must t change his seat on horseback them. I I tal would! be necessary to commence the business .

from the democracy of that portion of the who avowed himself in favor non-interven i I rClo\.d Whi;s from office. ] for a long resting place: in the cool! earth I stopped some minutes to talk with the JI and it would begin to make returns in .

Union. He became the great agitator, and 'I tion in reference to the ten itories. On the Thus, then, has there been shiililng. subterj j!i The greater bailies Wl'r in part very bloody! ars, almost e"tf' one whom I knew per. I little more than a year from the first planting.and .

the patron lithe pretended right of petition, other hand' the whigs put f lorwaid a candidate j fttge, and( prevaiication, to sustain a mui who for they were fought on both sides with thegreatest sonally, and % ( them why they had left I I have not the least doubt that it will

under which the abolitionists claimed the I I who would not commit him&elion i t the question;, 1:1.: commuted a wilful l and Ir'llditatt.d mis- |I I I courage and wilh indescribable ani- their flag, and fought against their king.- a&profitable as cotton planting was tenor j jI

right of inundating both Congress and the !I (afsLivery in the Territories. He was supported 1 i qmvse Ilat inn in declaring alow ni/sity. Thus, ai: (;JongJos I saw (tWI squadron ** Thil; we do not do," they replied very Ear.1 prove twelve I years ago.It .'..

country with their inflammable mater upon at the South, fH(he ground that llwas !! no party feeling 1 to govern his I appointing:i i ig powi of 1isuth.hlusars! charge thrice a 'hoi. nestly. Ferdinand is still our king: and we I has for a long time ceeraotd strange to me

the subject' hUvery.. In 138, t'ie nuisance 1 a slaveholder, wllicha..alt''d to be a i I er, /but that he would make .hwneMy, tapar.I'I! low equate of our infantry ; twice the quiet. will keep him, but the country shal not be I t bat mosi of the lemons consumed in the United .

had become K intolerable in the House of I sufficient guaranty to the South( t would it)and fidelity," the standard for the bestow. !I 1 i I well-aimed fire of (the f tiot drove iheru back ; divided between ihe Germans; Croats as J JJellachich Stairs should continue to be imported from

Representatives, that that body found it necessary veto the Wilmol Proviso ; wtlilet the North : :a of office, and I heir. absence the .cau.cI I horses and (!'l 1 fell; in platoons hit with a and Windischgratz mean to have i the Mediterranean, when the article can be ,

to take some -tops to suppress and( put he was supported on t the ground that he would for removal," (rfee: I Ilal lrl.) I In the fare; 1.I ringing shout of4 Huzzar, Eljen, E-jeu! Kos- i it." I laughed and assured t them that nobody i so easily i: produced throughout the whole of

an end to it. And hence the resolutions! not veto the Proviso, because he had pledged : of f this d'-cluration, and of a dozen other: simiI i Midi !" they dashed up i third lime at time lop had such an intention, but they replied hat | Florida,.in the same or higher latitudes in the _

known as the Atherlon( resolutions were himself against the use of t tie veto power ; I liar declarations, before the eh'ctiol, atiJ the, j of tuck !lrsf!' speed, regardless (If the hostile: Kossuth had said so ; and what he said was other! states. As fine lemons limes, oranges

adopted. Those resolutions were presented and, moreover! as averted by .\Ilml t 1i w. declaration of such men as Criu'ndl'l and | fire, and broke ihe ranks on which their saj (true ; beside, the Colonel and Captain had I guava.: citrons, pineapples and cocoanuts, as. 1-

by Mr. -Atheiton, a democratic member fruf'I'' rence and Truman Smith, had written piivale i I Claton, i, i to be wOldtr.J at that the sup :j lures now laged like lightning. Alas, we ordered, them to do what Kossuth desired. I f :W in the world are now produced in Florida,

New laml.llire. and were adopted by ( I fetters assuiing them that he would lot veto i Iport4s (ifS Talor should find tll'I".h'Cs driv. j could no! fly to t the !hell ofour brave comrades, asked the'J if I had treated them as well as but)lot in sufficient quantities to give them a I ;

1anmots; the part of the southern members t that; measure ii it "IIIJdal Congieis.Thus .- i en to the most contemptible shifts and evasions ;, I for at that moment were engaged: with; an the Captain who need to punish them so much I At Cay liscayneCapeFloridaI I ( ) I saw .!

and a large share of tie democratic: members : iras a deliberate fraud perpetrated tipun !' to justify his Clurlt. '.' i overwhelming I toice of the enemy's cavalry. with Hogging ? They cried Better! much !, a cocoauut tree which had been planted there

from the free tes'cr few if an) I cither the Xorth or tlr South, and perpetrated, | Mr. Claloi! intended to be very severe :i I I Though, at the end of the struggle we held better Thou art a good man, though German : i twelve )eais ago by Gen. Harney), which had

whigs from the free Stales voting for them. I Zoo, through t!
They provided that abolition petitions shouldbe *lai-(holder, and countenanced by southernwhigs. ,I (Ire!." I i is language which may be used by I I denied that the greatest part of the insurgents, like. better to obey him One of thf said, 'I as I can judl and 1 have shell of a nul 't'

received and referred to a committee without I And this base game uftrtacJ'r and men claiming all uYceny, but never couldj I and especially their cavalry, fight admirably, Thou, art a jjowl officer, and if we take from tlU same tree now in: possession ;1 .
I' my
reading. double dealing. is still going on. ( TaJlor j have originated from a I Democratic) senator. and show a courage and skill which! belong thee a prisoner, we will keep thee wf'II" I which holds a full quart. At the mouth of the *

Still the agitation \\'al not allayed. Under I has not yet made known the course which hewill i It is now a suitable time f'r'hi oratorsi I only to the good soldier. What are those laughed, ali told them they mnizht be Miami there is a lime grove, which was plan. :

the J lead of Mr. Adams, aided and assisted 1'1' i i pursue in the event of the passage of the i and Whig;presses to I.l us i is the last boastful: noisy. cowardly Italians to these bold sure they never should take me, for I would led piobably by the first Spanish settlers, under I II

Mr. Shade, a whig from Vermont, and Mr. ]I \ilmot Proviso. His personal organ in this i a scound tJ, if a ,'iolatiol of alI Magyars and death-daring Poles sooner bo cut in pieces than captured. At which (there are hundreds barrels! of limes

(;idding another whig, from Ohio, petitions ) city, the Republic, refuses lo answer questions sacied obligations, and the I lieachery of a I To describe all the countless little fights in this t the old officer clapped me familiarly; on 1 which rot every year ; let the few which '
of the most objectionable character, and most j put to it with the \ie\v to ascertain what I Parthian faith are to be the subjects of their which I llu.c been engaged lately I would be the shoulder, saying earnestly : "Thou art : have been sent from Charleston have paid I IOn

the, South continued be (. J justification ?-Kichavgc paper. I There are mournful events audI right ; a man who has once had ihe honor to I
insulting to to present. | course Taylor designs,to puri.ueiui_ re. I tedilu! runny from ten In fifteen dollars per Why "
cd in numbers than and .cn. I few agreeable.! The.! : and excessive command us a! an officer, must not let us take hane.
greater ever ; so I lation to agitating question. And to this gay spirits is that the of are so long
I .\ MAN'S look is the of It i isstaniped I I i gilt
great was the excitement produced by them, I day it is not /motr whether or not (!en. Taylor wOk years. I confidence wilh which we began the war him prsoncr. As I went away, many of neglected ?

and the consequent interruption of business, ,: will approve the H ilmot l'rnriso-hae and on the countenance by thents of! I have disappeared, to "ivo place (to : manlier! th1 m,? hand, and shout aloud, ErI I I Indian Rivera and a halt north
I his lice II the hand of nature degree
that the House was compelled, at the session ':. his followers hoping to extricate lhen!elves : nay, more, ) tone of mind.; Mrrywar, and drinking songsare jell Eljen after me. I of Cape Florida the pine apple has been produced .
bo rid of There
and it is not to ea ily. I
got
hours after horsemen
I A few at evening some
()1J J539-MO the celebrated 2Ul rule the infamous fraud and hichthey liow heard in our bivouacs. Every
to adopt I from deception s'ld(1 (for the last l few in the
it has been Led years greatest
is. i
us n'mal repeatedly, something
which' excluded the reception petitions upon have upon the country J by the day comes the news that this or (that friend (from :the Polish legion, of the Hungarians I perfection, and enough has there been learned
Iractic'd in flu i
t a person's at st sight,
appearance I comrade has his: death from hostile attacked us with such fury that we could htird-
the of This resolution twelve months whichthey or brave met
subject slavery. was accidl'nll of its culture, to prove that the lime land of
: which do like and which odd
we not gives an
adopted 1 by the unflmous; vote of! the. southern I hope may introduce California as a sove. tinge, but which is overlooked in multitude bullets or sabres,or liesdangerou woun I) resist them. Generally such truces be- the coast is most congenial to the plant, and :

members! and ttrtnly-eight northern democrats: I I I reign State in the Union, and thus prc'cnt of other circumstances till the mask:is tin own ded. When such announcements follow continually t"ttl outposts took place only with former I it hat there been proved that the cultivation
all the whig members from the free States the exposure ofthieir shameful machinations the soul must at last become op. regular troops, or the well-di-cipmed! Ilonved I can be made it being said by those
ofT and this character verified proftable.
: we see lurking
Doting against them except one. Thus, at !I connected with the Chief Magistracy of this in the in the We t pressed. Heside, latterly the order has not baltiillions or squadrons. There were manydivisions | who have experiment that from eight
mnnner; which it would
that lime, the whole whig party of the North great and proud republic. plainest slljlel been Forward, but H.ickward sad word for in the Magyar army j I hundred to one thousand dollars' worth of
and
struck first whatis
had abandoned I the interests of the South and Hut even this is not all. Southern whigs are at by : (, thc ear of a brave) soldier. When this unhappy have been dangerous to trust for a moment.If .- fruit can be produced from an acre suitable .
) characteristic also wilh
come out on the side of the abolitionists ; leaving aided in nominating and electing Millard peculiar alI ; per. war will end cannot be, told. The an outpost on each side wished for ahatmrs' f few- land annually. With all oftht'sP facts and
and
traits clr These
cts. ,
manent general "to feed" blown.If .
the South and I del c band of northern Fillmore lo the office of Vice Pn'biJent, whois afterwards oil'in set Hungarians will carry' it to the last, and it quiet, the signal was prospects before their eyes, why do so many
a unmeaning answered from the time
democrats to fight the battle of the South an avowed abolitionist, und i is in favor not go COl. will cost! seas of blood before Hungary and it was enemy armistice I planters continue to plant the ** g eat staple"
details. This of facie
tort :
monplace prima on-if not At
ihe incendiaries who endeavor the Wilmot Proviso but of the uboli- TransIvania can become conquered was agreed rejected.
of when
against were only pro. I they certainly do not realise more than t
evidence, then, shows! what a man: i is, better the time for hostilities to recommence the .
the torch of insurrection and of in the District of Columbia vinces. And then it take an army of from
lion three
lag to light up I slavery wi one to per cent. annually on their
what 'he docs for it shows
.
than says or us to saddle" was blown, and a few minutes ,
Mtrvile war in her very bosom. I and of the interdiction of the slave trade between 50,000 men to keep fire from bursting signal capital stock ?
the habit of his mind which is the underall .
same after the onset at least it all
or was
which) will burn under its ashes. came
After this clear demonstration that the South the States. This is another undcnia- forth, long ------- ---
circumstances and disguises.-Hazlitl. what is nil that subaltern officers ? fair attack. In spite of this friendly way of California Coin.-We had the .
bad noihinf to hope from the whigs of the tile and damning fact, going to show the But to us yesterday ,
North, and everything to hope from the demo. treachery of southern whigs to soutpr in. Parting between Gen. Jackson and Mr. \Vtat has lately made battle very disagreeable going on, the.fighting was marked I ly the extremes pleasure of holding in our hand one of the
-The Louisville in is that I had often to (the fury on both sides, and there was never new California gold is about the
Polk
crats who had pioved to be her I true and stead terests. Many more might be named, such Dt'mocrt aIIOIJ.cil to me oppose coiJ I
fast friends, what course ought she to have as the election by "uuthcr.Robert C. the death of Mr. Polk, relates, the follow hussars of my own former regiments!, and in I word asking taking quarter. The size of a 83 U. S. gold piece, but it i is not 4

pursued ? 'Ll voice of rea o'. and of com. Wmthrop, a nrrthera whig abolitionist, to ing incident : We shall always recollect thcfart.J fact was again and again compelled to fight Magyars hardly ever lake quarter, and our quite so band ome. On ont side it has the

mon sense answers, six would have stwttl I the Speaker's chair, and the appointment by between Andrew Jackson and James them the hardest. Once I was almost a wholeday soldiers fiht to'(he last breath rather than American eagle, with the inscription, .Cal.

by her true friends in tha the free: Slates, the Inn Gen. Talor of Messrs. Ewing und Collamerto Polk, when the latter was about to leave: skirmishing with a (troop consisting almost give up their swords. How ofien have I seena I" ifornia Gold." .Without Alloy." On the

ocrats. But what course did the take? The ( hi* cbinet two well known abolitionists for Washington in the winter of 1845. The entirely former hussars from the squad. horseman on our side or that of the Magyars [I reverse it has a circle of stars with the in.

democrats of the South continued to support and U'Hmol Proviso men-!the latter votingfor old! hl'T then counselled his friend and bid ron to which I belonged for )ears. A t former covered over and over with blood, defending scription, h Full Weight, Half Eagle." 'San

the northern friend of the South, but ihe.vhigt every abolitionist proposition while he was him adieu. He raised his wasted form erect corporal of my own company, whom 1 mysr-If himself desperately against overwhelmingodds Francisco." .N. G. iN%" 1849." The

; of Ihc South deserted them. After this in Congress, even Got's resolution to abolish and seizing James K. Polk by the hand, said trained as a recruit, commanded them as offi. and letting himself be hewn from his t edge is smooth and not milled like QUa coin.It .

demonstration of division the politi. slavery in this District ; and the removal by -' Farewell my friend ; I shaH never see cer, and it must be confessed that he did it horse rather than take quarter. I myselfonce II has. a difltren color from that of coin, being

ciancand people of the South among, and the alliance Gen. Taylor northern democrats who haveconstantly you again in this world. Do your duty like a well. I shot an old hussar through the head defended my life for near half an hour against of pure gold. It coined by a prirate com

of the southern whig with the northern and uniformly, in Congress and mal, nnd we shall meet in Heaven.' They with a pistol, who had known me as a cadet three exhausted 10n\'e and at last escaped pany. This coin will prove of great convenience .

what was the course of the latter ? They whigs became out of it, voted for and supported the inlcrcbts have gone hence. May they hold sweet communion and from whom in times past I had learned only by the vigor my chasm All. The horse madea I to tho inhabitants of that truly goldencountrv.iV. ,

open and avowed aLoJt unibt They of Ihc South. in tho world of spirits'!" some useful lessons ; he fell dead from his great leap over < across which they O. A'c., 5th Ist.



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-. 1 .d I; UJ Election North Carolina. Gen. Taylor would have removed every one Hungarian indepnde c .
Authorities Again.
The
THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL. I spoke the voice of the whale people of Florida Washington of The full returhs L1 from North Carolina show of thcm.long ago. \\'c have before' us the proceedings of a
in demanding that prompt and energetic mea. Let those who doubt the justness our .
-" - and the election of six Whigs, and three Democrats --- --- -- large meeting, lately held in London, in be.half .
should be persevered Florida.
sures hi once adopted views in regard lo the treatment our State has "The Administration and "
A. E. MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON, in, until these Indians were all removed received from the Administration, touching to Congress from that State- .making Under this head the Srnti.el aim what are l of the independence of Hungary I

EMTORS AM FROmlETOHS. frof'l11he Slate. the as the was addressed by Mr. Cobden and other .
the sari a
politically, m'm.bers
--- --- --- thc Indians! read the communication of Col.Whitner et'g3Iion intended as blows/ at us for ,venturing
', : Secre.
-::.:--=..:-= ;;;;::: -- ---I We have learned from :Mr. Ewing. sc\'er of Parliament, and
which the after
From the in whig
Saturday, August 25, 1849. ton' t>f the Interior that Col. Spencer, subagent and (Gen.: Thompson. We. are glad last. manner last week lo :speak as we did of Secretary I adjourned pass

.-: :-:--.-...:--._ --_. :::.:: has been ordered, without delay, to re- 10 learn from that, that a force of considera. exercised ihe priviledge of Gerrymandering, Crawford and the Washington authorities. ing unanimously the following; resolution :
r ;;.z.-: : In his t within the liniils l assigned i In in districting State, it is impossible for JUJolet Tirol lire immediate recognition
To the Voter of Leon County. pair post ile slicngtli, commanded by good officers, We wish no controversy with that paper, and of :
the Indian, and to demand of the Chiefs lo ) cm Int'nt ite facto of the
the Democratic force be representedin Jiin"ror
the.Mate to justly
J am a Can.liJate to fill the tacancj in will be and that il is the of the will have We have taste or .
{ ) have the authors of the late murders) and rob. sent, purpose none. no capaci.I of Hungary by this country is no deman:
occasioned the death cf the Hon. J. to this 'fact, the
mainly
Senate by Congress. Owing
Intlin announcing\ m> tlfl t act Ijenes arrested, and brought,,: to punishment. government "at all hazards": to remove tbbmlinn believe I ly for bandying. epitiVl. Such is not our TO- dcd by considerations of justice and policy,
H.TLoRiMi.n: Democrats who there is to are
.\\i'hifman i oltny : We regret hat we had the opportunity 'for(: ?. This purpose will satisfy ihe S ate," reason cation. Hut even at the risk of other hoary and the commercial intercourse of the two
in accordance with the rxpre > .r the President in a minority, if at all, only by a few votes, States, than with a view of
short interview with putting n tirhe
only a single shall
fellow-citizens, residing! in different parts; of I ho ;; ; vhen what is now determined upon" strokes from the ponderous battle-axe of its stop
before/{ he left the seat of Governmenton send only half as representatives lo I effusion of hammi blood, of termini. .
county. Should it !be our pleasure to have me he actually accomplished But there yet re. many gallant and valorous Editor, we reiterate; the the fearful atrocities an :
his Northern tour. And in consequenceof tine \ mark the ;
their proress
reeve you as Senator will discharge/;: the duties 01ihepnntmonasfemthf.mllv this we consider i it our duty In present the mains the slur upon our volunteer movement, Congress as opponents. views and complaints expressed in our J'f, ; of the Ausro.Russian armies ; i
as I may be ahle. But notwithstanding they have: ; no
A. E. MAXWKLL. tiers we entertain (representing yourself i and the, sling: of insult and contempt whichrawfold's abundant cll'c condemning the conduct of thradmiimiration Hungary, containing a population of fifteen
have
member} the Democrats rea.spn
he people of Florida in this matter.) to other letter relation the outbreak.
-- =-==-=-:-.: .'7"--. :::=:--:-- ---- = -:- originally eyed. in to Indian million of souls settled upon territory whose
== =: : = :
members of the Cabinet, now at the seat. of for rejoicing at the result of the canva s.
05-: Head the article from the Union; head- Wr are told thai he expresses: "strong re. The Sentinel; pronounces our article .ali area i is a little )less Inan twice that Virginia
Government, in the hope thai their further This will he seen from a comparison: of the o
rd"Wbo betrayed tho South ?1" It has been consultations may: lead to such modificationsof m gret" that the Governor ordered out \'vultin-. .Tsult: of the polls, at the lute with unmanly as it i is unjust." Ia.he so ; butsensible I is novr engaged in a heroic and palriotic strug.
cl'ctiul
on our table some time for' publication, but l the course herein indicated as we l believe i leers, because it was calculated to impede the the vote in ,the Presidential contest. In the men will know how to appreciate the gle to protect her liberties against the crush. j I
r
day] lias taken nothing from its truth and more likely to attain the results! at which ...11partil's removal/ of the Indians: ; and also that he :d I District) t Taylor's majority was 2022.Doberry .- Editor'.1 idea of what is "vnmnnly rind un- ing weight of' Russian and Austrian dr pl. i i

aim. lopeslhe Governor; will discharge them, even when him from ism. '1'he
just, they see quoting! us a independence which she has
power.HrNGARV. Your Excellency's note of the 2d l infant is Whig, it now elected f almost 1 1I enijoyed
-------- -- >efi,re the, troops he will order here shall arrive ) denouncing the authorities at Washington a from her earliest history, ,
The Hibcrnia brings most the only one lhat has: ll'achl'llus. ] _'OO-) showing a 'falling off in the Whig vote AU'lrlaat i

from The \Vo are, very respectfully, to furnish protection to the frontil'r.o .- of? 7 or 8 hundred. J In .the fourth District, only worthy of 'scorn and the indignant reprobation )ear attempted to wren from her by arms._
intelligence Hungary.
gratifying Your obt. servants, \\', doo not this evince the most contemptuous I of the whole people of the State,' But the Austrian were defeated and driven

Russians! and Austrians, out-generalled lathe BENJ. F. WHITNER, indifl'ficncetu, / the feelings and safely of Taylor's majority was 2,195. Shepherd's i is when in fact we did not say this, but said that from Hungary by the uprising the brave g
leaders of their heroic enemies have suffcred I.. A. THOMPSON. aiily 1,267-a falling 00'of 1,223. In theninth : o
our frontier citizens I They !have neatly all the Governor would hare deserved that h The cabinet of
scorn Hungarians. Vienna
_ nxtrf
l a series of defeats ; and we see the pro. -u I District there is a Democratic gain of
Southern Factories Steam VS.Vater Power. fled their homes! greatly alarmed at the dan. and indignant reprobation"} if he had not acted ing with disgrace and afraid; to stand alone
phccv, hazarded that the licit steamer will inform i20.? In the eigtb, which gave Taylor a majority : i
which threaten them, and yet this Secretary he did in the the +
gcrs as as gain petitioned the aid of
us of their entire expulsion from, the, The August t number of Deltoids Comimr- : 1,0:1: Stanley, Whig, i is now barelyelected. promptly answering 'Jr Russia,
would have: them left without protectionuntil of frontier citizens for aid and and it i is the Austrians
Hunarian territory. I rial AVnVir, fur which we have to thank it* : Hut it is lo the result in the fifth, cal oar prolection. now against barked
_.. he can sometime or other: send on troopsyea I the far t formidable! of
-- Editor. in an article on the subject! of South- District that we look with the sincerest gratitication I. by more power Nicholas

O-: We hate Mien many: specimens of very em and Western manufactures, discusses with he would even have the \oluntcers and proudest pl'asurc-not only as We puJII.lllc the whole of Crawford's letter ,that the )Magyars arc so manfully contend-

passable cigars manufactured in this Slate who have been sent there for present tempo and therefore what the I The have rallied
; says ing. Hungarians as
the i o1'the Sentine ona
;ureat ability highly important' question Democrals) but as soulfl'r men. That Distiirt
from tobacco raised here. Our friend J \1'. W. relathc advantages of steam and water rary relief and aid "discharged.: Would gave <:en. Cass a majority of 211.Veuale's .- about our "garbling and mutilating" it. and man, and under guidance of Ko soth (who

DAISNKV, ofthis county, laid a few on our table power. The Editor of the Review in introducing not this be trifling in the most reckless and defeat was rnriat confidently suppressing its: truth," i is simply! the oddest seems to be a Washington and Patrick lien.r '

yesterday which smoke freely and have avery his contributor, remarks: that : "The cruel manner with the wants, appeals and by the whigs : the of Dixunionist promised was sort of a charge, which will bu intelligibleonly )' united) thrilled, stimulated and cheered by }
flavor. He had them nnm.fac. demands of the there We cry
pleasant ::; people exposed to those who can comprehend the his determined
of abil Jo with the mysterious powerful appeals, seem to acqoit
question/ our ty compete where raised against him for the bold} ..
every
lured of tobacco raised by him some tvo or cannot look it in other light. Hut
upon any I exccntric themselves
of genius. in the
East t in the manufacture. of cottons!,turns very' s'and which he took in Washingion and'at outgivings most bravely struggle.;

three years ago, and when they acquire the much upon the proposition! here discussed. still there are those who would condemn us home the Wilmol Proviso the I But, let us turn to more important( matters But alas, On the side oflhe! oppressor b le !
against
mellowness of age, they will compare well) for speaking plainly on this subject, and,if we ; yet -matters about which the Sentinel occupiesa is friend f
Without being willing to admit, at this day, shows what his constituents thought o'' po\er"-and no t> humanity camlook 1
with the, best specimens. By the way, cannot \\'ilIuot remain silent, charge us with some f'SUI curious GO\ -
position.! the marshalled
lloseley, tinder combatants
I that there is a'gric.tion' whether the South! their faithful servant. His i is 710. very on while vie. ;
some of our friends in Gadsden and eUe- ; petty design of seeking to make "J'oit! ical cap majority the appeal of all classes of citizens
can compete with the North in the manufacture The Raleigh Standard thus in terms of urgent tory seems oscillating; between the banners of
where 'furnish UK with the, statistics of the: to. ital." Let t them murmur on-we care not. I pardonable in the South and East, with a view to quiet the free and those who would enslave them
of Cotton, we freely grant that it is a mat. exultation proclaims }his :
basso business in our young State 1 We So long as we can feel sympathy/ : for our suffering triumph the prevailing alarm, and to to without the
tcr of the utmost importance, especially to us "In the Fifth District, the tried, the faithful give security feeling most intense solicitudr.AH .-
would be glad to hare information of the kind, I fellow.citizens, and s.o tang as we can life and ordered out volunteers to
vale( South, lo establish the fact that f for manu&ciuring and the clequent] Venable! has, "eatl'ulen. properly the sympathies humanity are awakened

as that business is early growing to be of : purposes the agency of steam is tub raise voice to resent any injustice or disrespect ry K Nash, Eq. the Whig cildilatp, cl'I I protect the frontier settlers. This movement in behalf of the oppressed. Every lover of

greater importance. preferred to that of water. That fact we towards them on the part of those clothed i'I seven and eight }hundred votes.! i is a is almost universally approved in the State, as justice feels called upon tD give them his good

From---Washington. think clearly] established by the statements with authority/ we will most certainly speak glorious ncnt member result.! of Mr.the Venable Meeting was of Southern a promi being one eminently) justified by the emergen- wishes-words of encouragement and cheersof

out in their behalf.It I I cy, and the Sentinel joins in the approval.Now .- approbation. A large : even in Great
We publish below a communication recei. and arguments of the, Review. Steam pow"er members, during the last session of Congress, party

ved this week from the gentlemen sent to is shown by comparison of different North is complained at Washington that the, and Secretary lo that Meeting.J He took, on I lime I I Secretary Crawford writes to the Gov. Britain seem to have their sensibilities awakened .

Washington to confer with Administration : crn factories, for instance: at Salem and Low. calling out volunteers will impede" the !I stump and in Congress, the strongest giound I':' ernor that be does not see the necessity cr I and are taking energetic and decided

removal of the, Indians. Well, suppose it 'for; the South: ; and( }his, opponent Mr. Nash,> propriety of t'mproJng; Florida volunteers." measures to obtain the recognition of the In-
ell be lhanVater.
to To this
in regard to the Indians. It discloses the really cheaper : I joined i issue with him. taking of the iJe ,lemon-
should have that effect-is this any reason/ j He does not here. As if determined of from the British
purposes of the, Government; and also the tone advantage of cheapness, is to be added thtvery I strance against the Wilrnot Piovisn and Abolition j step dependence Hungary gov
why protection should! not have been given to | there should be no doubt of his disapproval o f! This if carried
of feeling of the Government authorities towardb important consideration! of convenience; I : I by Congress, and, if that failed, submission ernment. purpose, out, "H

Florida. Head it. for, whereas, he who employs! water has t to the settlers ? Is our Slate tamely: to look on Whigisin spared neither labor, nor expense I the CO\'CrLr's: course, he rr rl't3" that the throw a moral weight into the scale whose

and its citizens butchered and raisea abuse( : "authorities of the State would seek sub.
seek locations where it is abundant, even tho' sec not nor nor misrepresentation nor to importance cannot be easily estimated. The
for their relief{? Il the fault attem,'led ridicule to defeat this champion of htitute another element" in the of
WAPIIIXGTO! CITV, Aug.; 10, 1819.!) out of the way and of difficult access the finger was not Southern rights. The Wliig told the j way remove Edinburgh Review, the powerful organ of the

To His Excellency: W. I H.) :Mo'it.iv: steam factory may be built and the engine e. of Florida that volunteers became necessary. people oflhe Fifth DUtiicl that papers if they reelected I ing the Indian evidently referring to the cal. party now in power in Great Britain, haw

(rovrrnor of Florida, Tallahassee : rested at +hatever. spot the, judgment and plea' The Indians by their, savage outbreak madeit him they would sanction Disunion, with j ling out volunteers.. This construction is most earnestly and ably espoused the cause of

Sir-Hy appointment, we have today had sure of those interested The necessary! ; and we rt'pC'atlhat the refusal I I I all its awful consequences. Truman Smith i j confirmed by the letter of Col. Whitner and the Hungarians. The probability is that ere
designate. I
full may
a CIOH'nationilh Mr. Crawford, Secretary J' 10 call them; out would! ] l have justly. }brought I wrote against him, and Mr. Senator Badger Gen. Thompson, in whose interview with more steamers hare crossed the .
and many -llan.
HI' War, in regard to our Indian ironbles. \ interesting highly significant fact is men. franked Mr. Venable's District the I
) i down upon our authorities the scorn and indignant to (so says! Crawford it is plain he clearly indicated his tic shall have the evidence that )
In this, interview we learn that the following 1 tinned, that even in Lowell, the seat of the! Hilishorough Democrat) what this Abolitionist i j we Englandhas

things are determined upon by the finest water-power anywhere to be found inNew reprobation of the whole people of the wrote ; but still the people, true like a to the I disapproval of the Governors: course. We done all that she can co* as a neutral pow

President up( to this time : England/ a steam factory has been put State." What a despicable excuse lo our cit. Constitution, the Union and themselves, disregarded I I| condemned him and the authorities at Wa.sh- er, to give aid and encouragement to these

1st. To use/ and rely alone on II. S. legu.lar : \ in operation, competing so successfully with, iZf'ns for not calling out volunteers would it all these efforts and appliances, and M I ington for thus treating the matter. We considered noble }patriu.ts.The .
for the
of frontier
troops protection
our have been to have ,said. to them '' I I Mood nobly II their faithful servant. His it and
settlements. the famous establishments[ of that place whose ;: (true, you re-election is ) for Southern I still consider it, a gross insult question may here very p'rflcnllr"

2d. To decline the services' of the Florida ); machinery, is moved by water as to induce lie dangerously exposed lo murders and dep-1 i i.I and at the same time triumph a 'tearful warning 1, to rights such, j, to the State thus to disapprove of the action and should! be most emphatically, asked, what

volunteers even for tcmjmary protection, in ':';capitalists lo erect another of lamer dimen. redations, und all the signs point to a resolve'J! amen u as may be tempted to go astray? here i of her Go\'eror. in a course conduct which the Government of the United States intends
I. ;
the interval that may/ occur before. sufficient the of the Indians desolate the whole
nn to after. forced him
and
part plain duty which
was ? Arc to sister
force of be j sinus }in which the same agent (steam: ) is to I upon doing we see a Republic,
regulars the
can placed at
points to afford it. }proper be employed./ frontier, but the, State must not move, must Here is an example for the encouragement ;( demanded by a crying: emergency as well as whose right to freedom dates back hundreds o

3d. To ol'dttllc 7ih of not provide for your defence, lest it should of patriotic and unflinching Representative. i by the voice of the people. to existence i main-
Regiment Infant Hut if in the ;North/ where fuel is scarce every years prior our as a people,

ry, now at Jefferson! Barrack, and eight other I: and consequently/ dear, steampuuer be chea- 4 irnp<<>cJc' the removal of the Indians by I the I Stflnly, who, as is seen in a District I Now, the Sentinel approves of the Cover- lain her unequal contest, perhaps crushed "by

Companies: of regulars; chiefly Artillery, to 'I per than water power, then/ the reasoning in general government !" It is strange and which, gave Taylor more than 1,000 is elected[ |V nor's conduct, and yet finds fault with us for her enemies, without extending: to her one

Florida 4th. for To this order service.Brevet Maj. Gen. Twig: j I behalf I of steam .is blicnglheiicd as we come monstrous that the Secretary should! persist in by about JiO, voted last winter in the Legislature !i condemning this course at Washington. Either token of sympathy. I Republican Americato

upon duty there, to assume the command; 'in 'South, where& fuel is abundant and the priceof regretting that this course was not adopted.! of N. C. against the Anti Wilrnot Proviso | the Governor and all Florida are wrong, be found even Jhinc monarchical Britain,

person. it low. There is one other point in the views oflhc Resolution1 Let him and all other or else Ihe fault-finders at Washington are in giving encouragement to the friends of

!',th. To confine the operations of the, are We commend this sul jest especially[ [ 10 thc Secretary which deserves notice, as another southern men who oppose themselves to the i! wrong. Believing that the latter are wrong, freedom. Why dues not the Administration

my to a line of posts! to be selected by I the indication of tine bad tone of J which I j and that
have
officer attention\ of the people! of Tallahassee and its feeling: I maintainance of southern rights, take warningby they spoken unbecomingly of recognise the independence of Hungary and
0.
in order I
commanding lo restrain the
I governs his/ conduct in this matter, but whichwe his narrow the movements here, we felt it to '
our duty thus
Can escape j strengthen her, far moral torso
Indians within/ the, limits assigned them by vicinity. any one assign a reason/ why so as our

Gen./ Worth", and also to )prevmt the whites I we fchould! not have a Cotton Factory with its can only barely mention far the present. In four Districts there were no contests ; speak of them accordingly. Cut the Sentinel, can accomplish this object ? Says a writer

from intruding/ on/ the neutral ground around/ I' profits and advantages in lliis: place 1 Why We refer to the Maine which he attaches to between the two parties. I like the respected animal between the two I in the last number of the Edinburgh Review,

those limits. I the Cotton! made in this county should not be Florida for not guarding her citizens against t haystacks, finds difficulty in choosing between there can be no clearer fad in the historyof L
6th. To' effect the removal: of( the Indians passing into the neutral which he I The Baltimore Argus gives the following I them and
in its
territory, dilemma
; seeks to with modern
manufactured! in midst agree than the constitutional
: our saving the ; Europe independence ;
'
without bloodshed and) expenseof
to entertain for that of
: I account Gen.'I'aylor's and speech J
thinks the cause of the late disturbance. He reception I both. That is impossible. He who is not "
purpose a proposition/ which) has been submit- transposing! / the raw material to Boston, at Baltimore. If he does no better in his tour of!Hungary. The present moTe-
ted individualsbr and seems disposed to throw all the fault upon the for us is against us." If it really of ment is insurrection .
by one or more private the additional] : expense of transporting the approves nol an nor a revolutionary
where the elections
rcmoring the Indians Inj contract whites. We are not surprised at this, having through Pennsylvania, the despatch volunteers to the frontier
allowing a Cotton\ fabrics back to Florida/ ? Take the i i outbreak ; as the same writer remarks :
liberal sum, viz. $03,000.: )() I seen that he is determined to condemn everything arc approaching he will not be very success must certainly condemn the language of Mr.Crawford's "The
for the
the, Hungarians are contending
following of an.
statement given on authority
7th. In/ case all pacific methods)!' {for rerno. that State has done however ful in turning the tide now setting so strongly
I our necessary letter, which} cannot be otherwise
the} able writer above cient of their
val fail, then/ to use" the strong aim of force, mentioned : against Whigpery. The Argus : independence Kingdm"tbatis
sajs
and to accomplish it nl all hazards. .\ mill of 10,000) spindles will work up 6.',(0) I I Ii or proper. But, we have not room to On reaching the hotel, he passed quietly r.I r. regarded than as disapproving that measure for '"ndependence which they have ever

Mr. Crawford also Mated that a good steamer i tons of Cotton per annum, and I turn oil, 7 r)0() I say more now.- .- ._._ -- I and rapidly to his apartments, which up( were and mocking the fears of our people.If claimed-whirh, notwithstanding some inroad .

had been detailed for' service on our tons of cloths-sheetings No. 1-1-averaging I August Elections. watchfully guarded by officer Ridge'y, ingress Crawford' does not mean to treat with upon ire they have ever maintained, and

coast. Mr C. expressed strung regret 'hat the being; refused to any but the suite and a few I contempt the fears of the people, why doEs I'which the Austrian
: lo than Government
you had ordered' out any volunteers, as ('acu.! -3 3 yards/ pound, or something more The elections held during the presentmonth haS again
of the In the fifteen
distingue. course or he blame the Governor for them aid
fated only to impede the removal of the In. 1,000,000 yards per annum. To transport as far as we are enabled to ascertain! minutes about two hundred and sending ? I and again recognised and acknowledged.
fifty I
dians.Vc pledged ourselves' that your Ex. this, cloth from Lowell to Tallahassee, for a have resulted as follows : twenty persons assembled in front of the }hotel, and I may be true, that the Administration intended i What then, we ask again, should cause our

ccllency would nut keep these volunteers inservice market Mill half 'arc1.To in the to remove the Indians, hut even if that Government to in
coil one a cent per ) AT.A.IIAMA.-Democratic Governor and Le.ghl.tture his Excellency, having meantime refreshed I I delay acknowledging the
an hour alter regu'ar troops were in/ I down, under the had been known here, would it have justifiedthe
came escort of
position to defend/ our 'frontier. Mr. C. read transport the Colton used in its manufacture elected.: The Congressional dele himscl i independence Hungary, and in procced-
from Tallahassee Lowell will ofZ. Colns esq. and addressed the mea Governor in turning a deaf ear to the appeals I to establish diplomatic.relations
to cost t lug with her
of his letter ,
addressed
to us a copy to you, a say gation will stand 4 Democrats and 2 Whigs' gathering from thc portico. After I
day: or two since, and hoped that upon its re. also, at the, rate of one/ half a cent. Hence the in the gre taking made to him for help ? This seems to patriotic administration 1 We will not le-
same as last Congress.i'mNNissrs'Tennessee off his !hat, which he held in his right hand, '
ceipt, you would discharge the! companies you in supplying the, Florida) market with these his left clenching the iron railing, then adjusting be Crawford's opinion, but no one in Florida here that it is deterred by any sympathy with

had orderellout. We replied that his, letter goods there would be a difference in favor of; : : has covered her a pair of gold spectacles over his fore will agree with him ; and that mere intention her assailants-or any lack of interest in her
would not defend us, and that we must! wait self with a 'blaze of glory, electing Trousdale
the arrival of his a Tallahassee factory of one cent per yard in head, and bowing to the auditory who emitted is no excuse in behalf of Washington authorities success. Perhaps! it is wailing for a movement .

./ Crawford further mm.Mr. said that Florida was the manufacture of cloth. The, difference of democrat, Gccror. I by about 2000 majority, a few sickly cheers akin to chirpings of a for .regretting" that }'rorida did net among the people. If so, that movement
and a probable democratic majority in theLegislature. brood of chickens with the pip
not without blame in this matter, because having one cent per yard on 4,000,000 yards would fenerl lie still after the outrages of the Indians, and should be made. The press at least ;
for word for word
''oHo
7 Democrats and 4 elected 'l'ay spoke, as :
; extended<< her laws over the neutral amount to S.tOOOO-eoJllpared with the profits Whigs "1 thank you, citizens of Baltimore.\ instead of giving; protection to the setters; al should speak out-and thus stimulate the government ]
it became her rather than of to Congress democratic of one. I
ground, gain
duty the of the Lowell establishment. This would affords me, pleas-gratification to meet so once, wait quietly for the lardy movements of action, if it wishes to act, and intimidate I

intruding General Government there, which to he keep doubted the whites,not from had be 20 per cent on a capital of S200OOO-thc KENTUCKY-fhe J election in this State goodly a number of my friends on this occa the General Government.Il it into the' discharge of its duty a i

been the great cause of the late disturbance. probable amount invested in the factory. was for members to a Constitutional onn.tion sion. The cholera is now lingering aroundus may be true al-o that the Governmentwill the head of a free country, if it is disposed lo

We explained fully object in orderingout and for Congress. The Emancipationists ; and although I have no apprehensionsfrom send a force here "adequate to full shrink from it.
your We add, that by the Washington Union of the disease, I feared that the gathering our _.
,volunteers intended for have not elected a single member to the -- --
as only defence. -
present Wn hope it will. But does that -
latest date of crowds of
learn that the together
we of the might
bringon
owners persons
until the President could Gen. Lane, a noble and heroic soldier,
to.
protection, bring
Convention. The
Amoskeag mills have just declared dividend Congressional deealiol the disease ; and being anxious to keep justify its presumption in blaming the authori. (
a ofl
forces and such he
gether adequate, as might greatly distinguished himself in the Mexican i.
of 20 cent will stand as in the last Congress-4 Demo. the disease: although I don't fear it myself, yetI ties of this State for doing their duty in calling .
to for that That the per annum.cecl
prefer' use per we
purpose. war, Iris been removed from the office ofGo"ernorofOregon
crats and G I thought it prudent to avoid public de.
terms on which they were called out, left it be incredulous then, when we hear factories Whigs. any out volunteers 1 If the Sentinel thinks
monslralions that might tend (to increase the because he is democrat.
in the of the !President them for NOKTII CAKOLINA.-Three Democrats and then it has a
to
power use in Georgia, situated as would be one at Tal.lahafcsce disease. (Here he convulsively the so cause to vent its wrath uponus
twelve months, or to discharge them the mo. Whigs are elected to Congress from this grasped Shameful that a President of the U United
if it does think
where no is incurred for railing.) On North, in I ; nt so, certainly we must
expense my way passing, ,
other sufficient force could be States
inent placed in State-bame as in last Congress. has not a more honorable) sense of thedijrnity
freight which from to thought I'd stop here tonight, and go along go acquitted of its complaining charges.
Florida-and that these volunteers while yield thirty forty percent
ac. of his
than -
position to be thus proscribing
INDIANA.
: -The Democrats have the in tho morning. [A ] On return
swept pause. --------- --
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ting under State would be on their capital ? my
authority, carefully .
restrained from calculated State, electing Governor and Legislature by I shall be unhappy to meet the citizens of Bal. The Next Congress. i the worthiest and most patriotic citizens, I
any measures to ------ --- --- I
bring; on hostilities with the Indians, if the Oz-The; Northern papers speak{ of movements increased majorities, and gaining I wo members timbre hand and I take Here as many ho rubbed of them by the The New York Tribune gives a tabular list notwilhslandingall his pledges. lo the contrary. 1 1O
for
as can. [ his head.
murders already committed are disavowed of The ] of the members of the House of Ri-pp-xenta..
by in New Orleans and Mobile\ the Congress. present delegationwill The
on But I thought it better to avoid bringing together Washington Republic, Taylor's
the Chiefs, and the murderers brought:; to pun. stand 8 Democrats, 1 Whig, and 1 Free crowds lives, already elected, as follow : 101 Whigs, of
of individuals
collect the is
I ( i smcnt. Wo also urged that the Indian part private lo men for any on my way, as disease organ, already boasting of the blessings ;

agents, traders, &c., all be required to estab- an expedition against Cuba, and state this as Soiler. In the last Congress G Democratsand might be thereby increased, and I should afterwards 99 Democrats, and. 13 Free Soilers. But the .peace and prosperity" which his administration 1

-.. )libh themselves within the limits assigned to the cause of Gen. Taylor's proclamation. 4 Whigs. reproach myself with being the Tribune is mistaken (if our accounts are correct has brought to the country. Wonderful! 1

the Indians, so as to leave them no excuse for They give rumors of from 300 to 3,000 men Tho Democratic Party is dissolved," i i? case.Hero the Second Washington" ,) in claiming three whigs from Alabama, "Jack, what made that apple grow go big 1" ,!

roaming out of their bounds under tho pre. having; joined in the expedition. We know close of his his speech by puttting signifiedthe on his where they have but two. Making this core I .'Cause Gen. Taylor is elected." .%Vell,

_ that Icnce it of was visiting equally thn the Agent duty of trading the U.Ac.S. ,Gov.and not what truth there is in all this. The New C: Among the lately announced appointments ., hat, and then turning abruptly away, a faint reclion, we have an equal number of Whigsand Jack, what had that to do with it ?" "Noth-l

Orleans and :Mobile have is that of JOHN I R. ROLLINS, Esq., of cheer caught the dying echo of the last Democrats already chosen. There
ernment to prevent both the whites and the papers we seen say up seems ing, only we must say so to keep .Old Wbi-
Mississippi, Indian Agent for the Western word "cause." The General then retired to bo decided I
Indians from intruding the neutral ground ; nothing of it. part a probability that neither democrats ley" from kicking us."
of Texas. This gentleman has been lo his apartments, to enjoy some repose after
that it was purely a military arrangement, -- --- ----- snjour.ning or whigs will hold a majority of the
this tremendous intellectual
with which State laws or authority had noth. 03" Gen. Taylor is wending his way North, for' some time past in Florida, for the few minutes the area in front of effort the, hotel and in a next House, but that the balance of power will &Albert Gallatin, who has long occupied .
was
ing to do.Vc also suggested to Mr.\ C. that .receiving salutations, laboring out his own benefit of his health. His acquaintances in vacant. be in the hands of the Free Soilers. The a prominent place in the history of the

owing our Atlantic to the extent, Gulf and and Cape dangerous coasts characterof it would peculiar sort of speeches, and admiring the our midst, who speak in highest terms of his paper above mentioned asserts that Messrs. country, and who has written much on various
j
be prudent to have at least two steamers or. great improvements of the country, resultingfrom I character a a gentleman and man of talents, 0:' Our Dan, who has heard a great deal Winthrop ot Massachusetts, and Cobb of subjects' of history, science, politics \(,died

dered there. I the benign policy of Mr. Polk. Our last will be gratified lo learn (that office has been lately about the removal of the Indians, says, I Georgia, will be the principal candidates' for recently on Long Island, near New York city.

Above all, we slated that the Governor but accounts reported him at Hall hLur;;, I'a. given to one to eminently worthy of it. if Mr. Pull had only appointed them to office, the Speaker's chair. He was eighty-cight pars old.Lo .



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THE PRESIDENTS il. a I Is. train unchanged. Cctton steady : Wesleyan Female College.fitlF .

Our just t Kt irtures i on llie course of the an- The folloxxing communication from Colonel] PROCLA I.\TIO The annual examination: of this institution Fair Upland IO! ; Fair Orleans, I 1. r > dnri' oItbslnstilutionwilibe I resumed

inclines at Washington lemleis it evident to Spencer i ic submitted to show the state of things Our readers, doubtless, have read the Prop came off on the 2d ins1:1nt'hh much etc lit --- -- ---- -- ---- -- -- -- -_--. -- -- ---- _I_ the lirsf Monday ID October lil9. f

the SctnfinfJ lhat xxe me peeking to make "po. I J I in the Indian region. The sullen xvithdrawalof lamaiion of President Taylor against supposed to all the parties concerned. The exercies The lion, (;eorge II'. .\'efniitti ,ft"., icrilm an to Mr The College u situated upon a high and healthyilIovert.t.uttiertiyuIMaconandotfrTtothe
that invilualle h
movements in Ih,' I'uited States continued for nine or ten hours nnd l"CmdcTfutficacl of mtditine,
to aid the were attended
utica! <:pilar' of the Indian djtc,1Iit How the Indians from all communication with by a crowded audience that Dr. t'wlrtrg Highly l uncen(rated publk superior tducafional advuntagf The Board
Cuban throw oft the for
to under '
which respectability
tyranny ln .
ul t
of Rev. \\ II. EX.LIIOJV,
iructton is cmpooed
1 Cannot we defend the action of Florida, : the xvhite?, is certainly portentous of a death. and Shaker S'riip of an'lIH\rilia.
so with little intelligence is seldom D .
they gioan, no surprise. If such a stirpassed D.J'res.denl.and Heu. E. H. MfrBi, A. M., I
approved (if liy nine.tcnths} of her citizens, struggle on their part against; all interference Proclamation bad( appe.fled, forbidding t the in town or country. Cheerfulness, [CertiticaTe U". of M.iry \. "lmilh. wile of Ihe lion. JAMC t R. THOMAS, A. M ,nd GEOHGK H.II,=- )

:against ihe insinuation: that her authorities 1 xvith them, either for their removal, or for the citizens of the Lnitcd States to aid (he Canadi.ins attention and genteel deportment prevailed, tieoree Railroad] Nesmith, President of the Northern COCK M r. ,P.A.(:M"-TTLEGEE, Proft:110f5 ol, lYolesror Science and of Literature Musicand;

.' would peek" to throw obsir.cles: in the way j f unishmenl of their bands of nlllrcJcrcrs.I .- in their scheme of annexation to the as i intermission may be presumed. During the hour of This may certify, r\va afilicttdAith! Soil Rheum Mrs S. S. HAJCCOCK, Goveinessd\ Teacher of ;;

I 1 United States, there tvould have been no ('IIIN'lor refreshments in abundance were for more than rtttemCJIH prior tu C-IT tried Ornamental Branches There VM iH!| bv hereafter a _ _
of i removing! t ttjc Indians: xxithout subj-cliiig I Col. S. very propel t) approves cf the action wonder ; fur we do not doubt the troth HflIJp jprend out l-y the patrons of the Academy: different remedies \\illiout peimanent: relief Preparatory' CUss under the charge ot thaJFmilly

ourselves to the charge 'of being actuated by a I J Jrnolivr Jof Ihe Governor in raising troops and xve a!scilionthai I t t t ihochiefagitatorsofthat t ctll'fIIl' Drill a pre$ ing welcome to participate,extended In the spring f.1( the >Jar 1 IS I 17, 1 J'a.. induc-d to n"5U"ird' t hy competent inltrutlouIO fit pupils for
> te!t Iheetlicncy of Dr. Corbett entering C >tlg* _
ere to subserve party ? Cannot i 1 h hope, in his visit to Washington, he will be of J rebellion against t one of t the mildest: and i to all. I During the examination, looks and of Slr:aparill.a.*' D lrlp the .spaccof Compound three month Syrup The Collegiate >ear (or Trrm) extends frrm first _

we rpFPiit insult to the State without a .po. able to satisfy the authorities there of their rno!t beneficent (;lovernments, are from the murmurs of applause were exchanged in every I u"ed ab,and every experseihIhe

United States ; whilst! past experience ; part of the house, and heartfelt satisf.ictioc "U fully rt'lie\'l"lllrnm said catp.and can therefore College. Course. inrliidini Tuition, Hoard, '
lilical" aim in fo doing ? Cannot we justify error and unjust views on this sul) 'ct. there are thousands' ready lo prl'stha.t t sitting on the countenance and sparkling cheerfully recommend ot hers.who may beatflir- Lights. Wattling liooky and Xtalioneri/, my be

he Governor in furnishing to cooperateall fion the of ted in ;a like a manner, to try Ihn cheap and valuable more I than covered by Ttco Hundred Ifollar.
: troops protect JACKSONVILLE, Aug. 19, 1S19. along our Northern frontier to force such At eye many a patron and parent roed.rine. MARY M. NES.MITII.Franklin The abovestatement: applies only to the course titI.iteruv .

our citizens against;; :savage outrages, nnt Dear VV-On my return from Tampa, I a result by the swore Or if expo itious to :andle light the crowd was increased to .\:! H Jfarrh 17, 1",15. injunction. The Extra Studir whfch'Ue _

condemn) the administration for blaming him received a communication from your Excel. I Hungary I had been denounced, t ibis xtould; I h listen to the declaiming, which took place .. i"Messr E. Brinley & Co. : Mv wife had some re- 'al t the option; .-f the parent are charged a. follows : I

talk with have had .tion from I soor after. The themes, read by the liiclanrc to having her name in but Music and me of' Piano, $)5 00
this without to make I lency, advising a the Chiefs: and i some gn u tdofjustific; movements young appear print
tor course, pecking po. I I II I ladits, were creditable and considering knowing that she had experienced bcnofiljIrom Drawing anci Painting. 25 00 I
( the great
made in of
headmen of the Indian tribes in Florid.- openly our Noilh- !
litical capital" If it be seeking "political many | natural timidity of the sex well I I his Compound, she ', iclded all modest objections Ancient Languages.each 20 00 .
| I was in advance of your letter hy several ern cities. But xvhrn a Id where has, ,) read. Af- to a .'eii"e of duty, that the public know Toe French Language is 'taught to those who desire

capital" to approve what is right, and condemn j| ,xxceks. On the 23th June, three weeks ,before I iheic h been any demonstration on) the part j'Iter t tke reading of the themes, nine declaimcrs where they ran find a good and safe rnf'di.in"lhal may It withrut extra charge. _

is and the of citizens aid in ; : ( f I mistake no:.) stood forth from the will heal of diseases. I watched the Tuition in Preparatory Cla $25 00, .
\hat wrong tbcl x\c are guilty, : j( the first outrage, I wrote the Department I our to revolutionizing Cuba !' |! many our operation '
I of the removal the Indians Open dein )nst rations to aid! the Canadians i S':1g(, and with the grace and beauty of lfthi-4 1 medicine upon m> wife with much Candidates for Ihe First Class tnnit JKr in hefpI ; '
';rnti"c is welcome to make the most of it. j jl on thc subject o tiscil from the prac- solicitude but without, belief that would I tth >ear, and a corresponding! age is required in I the '
orators least
-
I the any produce
asked increase of to enable and hungarians: nnrchtiked ; to greatest 1 1I I candidate Ihe .
'and an means are passed by ; j the desired lor higher classes.
l Hut!, is our great crime that we did not i' rn'h won he of the efWf. Jam. howevt-r nnw ready I .
house.
i | t lo discharge my duties loxvards the I h but stj| post lili l, U", Cf rlainl i } not pitt,1..e. inani- i applause As looked Ins iv that I Inve: great confidence in the cleansing It is very desirable that )pupils be present at the I
biue) the last administration for its elinqucn.it' i upon the nobe! ymlh: all of whom seemed open'nefof the Term. The CIasse are I hen formed
i; and the xxhites. That letter has been prompt.Iv festal ions by our citizens to aid the Cubans; i to \( aid healing qulitu-s of this I%rnl'. and ran >Mfclv
in regard to the Indians. We have no l and fully answered by the Department) and is foilhwilh made the subject of denunciation [; h have caught the genius of their subjects and attest toils value, and would! cheerfully recommend I and "!eyoiinc ladies: who enter upon the course
wiih their class, a decided advantage t
lI j their bosoms with it to the patronage of the public. poa.e.s over
apology or defence to make for its neglect.Hut .- I f immediately repaired to Fort IJrooke, but, I Ia)' this truly Southern .Adminstratbn.. glowing the patriotic ardor. Trimly >ear: .; (;EoRI.( : W NDSMITH.Franklin those who art admitted atfer the clashes l have pro-

there did not then arise an unfortunately there was no possibility: of an though, I in this cily there Ins: t transpired not Ii. j whileimitatmg illustrious characters they i; .\*. II.., March 17, 1SJS gre!?ed in the studies rf the year.Any ,
cmeigency i represented( I could, but wish there other information needed, will be furnished
interview with the Indians. No guide or interpreler ing lo justify I the Pioclnmation of President ', was more
'like the pnwnt. There was no barbarous unitof effort and feeling, and solid : l-Dv.rtD: HRINLEY& CO-, Sole Aelll", oNthi. n appIiTatinii lo tIre Prc.iden'. or to I IH
could be prevailed on, or hired for I Ta\JlJr l and it looks! therefore, now that the more 3 and 'I South side Famnl Hall Idstou.! fc: MYERSSec'ry Faculty.
outbreak, for xxhich that admiuistration j judgn.nt in the cause of education. *
war any amount of money to enter their territory.There Sot it hern, elections are over, very like a small:, ;: ; .Many Ansr 2:. t' t 10 : rt-4T

,'alpl on to punM' the Indians. Hut if there was no evidence of Indians outside I eflort' to gain )populalil)) at the North, ,"Ij..ith. j In! roug i pebble in our sunny land might come Sole Agents LEWIS.MES for Taliahassee., -- --- .- -
forth
had been, all the Governor had acted as t their borders, and they seemed to be preparing or he is now moving on his tour, xve sincerely j to public than worth and admiration, of greater ALEX. C. MORTON, r.

; i for defence and I have hope there is good ground for I this most j price Californian mines If not Attornrj at I.mv, A Commissionerof
promptly as he has done on this occasion, and desperate : no doubt ( cx ra. i j", some Cromwell, DIED 'I
guiltless of his
Iii" conduct had been regarded and treated at !' (the first entrance into the Indian territory xvill i, orlmary pio ;I'e l.ng. Never xvisthre a i p or 'I b ." yet a Clay who under Liod.couutry'sI In Qui 11(), August IS, l3l!>, Mrs. ELIZA C. Deeds for I'luritla. .
I be met xvith a deadly onset, unless the f-irce people more oppressed I than I the unfortunate i once si. f- >HCE AT CoLCMBL'S GEdStilA.-O)
i so : l lenced the thunders FERGUSON, wife i.f Naac Ferguson Jr., Il and .
Washington! as the present authoiities regard shall be I inla/'ilant"nfCulJa. only or lisunion-a Randolph, 'J j ILL cive; faithful attention to such business;
They arp not j
entering strong enough to compelled I \
overpoxxerj who of different dmshfer of Major Isaac Nathans,a,ed 23 cars and "
etitrusfed him '
politics but be lo in the 1 of the
OIl
and treat it' we should most certainly have their forces. In this to Mippoit an for their sublection fearing riot to may j'
i
j t event, as they have: aU' I army own i oppose him at the pistol's muzzle and held it I months. I Cluttahoofhee' Circuit, TJeorgia, co-r.posed of th if I ;

denounced those who had thus trilled with I t the advantages of knowing our strength and I but the rlTete and corrupt monarch) !| 1 in awe and admiration I In the death of Mrs. Ferguson a nnmeroiiocirclenf Counties .f Mn mee-, Harris. Talbot Stewart and i

o'ir people. was not for the inremoving tl l position they "ill ccitainly scatter, and prob-1'j i old Spain lives by the money extorted fillmIhem. : !1 i Master our nation's Senate. relatives and friends mourn an irreparable |I"... SiI..1 Morion ; and in the Counties of" u"sel1l\IacoD and
neglect Benjamin of
I I' ably spread through lh interior' of East and I j j'' The taxes xvrung from them annually! : Byrd, Sopchoppy, in 1 was amiable in her disposition. agreeable; in Harbour. Aab.ima.! i
the Indians that we spoke of the a semi-satiric, semi comic oration, of chaste \utHI I.. I t'tI n. :2'-10
the borders of Middle Floiida. ;i I would long since have cinched them, but for manners, flllhhll in every rrl.ition ot life, and' beloved 1 r
: and bettttifiuhlantiiage, held the audiencealternately bi all that knew her. Hut t though her l. isdeeply -- -- l
administration '1 xve did. I was for commenting I I could not demand the murderer and robI i I 't their energy, :md I the unequalled richness and in breathless feltand weeping friend. cannot refrain from js Lessons in French. ,

as they did on the employment] of r ila t'fs. I did not offer a f?ward for them ,(. 'I I 'fertility their I wonderful) and beautiful conn- attention convulsive tears xef they rio not mourn a* Ihn-e who have no .
j laughter I Iry. and thundering applause. An an ler"igned, in compliance with the request
Florida volunteer! *, when an actual' necessity, j j'oVwano'cd 'c ause pursued Inttt their territory. the incv- i i'I 't Twenty millions) of dollars a rear are: : dialogue then enacted amusing hope"-tor they; believe that fur her to die was TilE !<,veral gtntieinert desirous to learn the I
exacted by the (;iox'ernrnent was which gave g 4in. Tho'i! ;h she had never made a profession of
I 'i ituhle result would be llight into our country from some three : Krenrh Linyiasie, has procured the old Reading :
their presence on the frontier., To j' much diicrsMn to :all. The exercises religion. the subject had for some lime .t been !
: and among our citizens, increasing our danger: hundred) thousand: people. And w hal; a (;lovernmenl I were pa j Room of the Floridian: Orfice, over the Store of Mrs.oc. I
ilfwpprov of this to regret that protection I' The of then closed by a brief and appropriate address dreph impressedon her mind ; .she fell the impor-!j { where he will mnve a series of Lenrw, comI j
(tenfold.I j despotism t Ilu-ssia Turkey
: or ol her
taace having peace of mind with God before j .
I on the subject of education; or the I ruencin. oa the first of September. lie will attend
\\assent to the tt:>mcnts, because that pro- I thank your Excellency for the suggestion I I / is lel.l'ficl'nce itsl'lI! || compared; to it.I .- of education by Dr. Thomas, Leonard.importance! t this f.f'fing life should close, and. f this Grid'I'a I there from 7 l Ii> u c'clork, A. M., and' from 4 to Q

'.ctiofl would! interfere with some purpose of i iF. in Jour communication and take i the liberty 1! Should: a people so situated rie lo vindicate who j jt k.i-ed to uraiit hin dear evidence and enabled her I oVlnrk P. Man \ ill accotmn rlato students a*
represented the Hoard Trustees. her
t tocnmmit sou' without waverms into the hands
of at the 't their rights and draw their suords for indepcndei.c' their conveiiifiire may require. Term of tuition,
expressing gratification
this is what oft F. -
government, xve complain my prompt \Ye nf f that faithful Mediator who is able
heartily uish the infant to keep that i .
success to institution I which ill be uiodtrrate b learned
-
v> may by appli-
I and in hich ( there i h not a }heart the broad I
Excel-
the Washington authorities. There was energetic manner U your I h in and .llclic'ith and which we .commit iiiito him till the great day. Her i calioa tO JOHN B. DcCORCE. J

l li euc'y has met the piesent exigency of t the i I South not a friend to her institutions. but will I, address the of the proper energy end was ralm and peacefuland on Trustees
::1"11 i any thing of that suit against the late country. I also suggest that a Jar r( number.\: h burn, with sympathetic ardor in i their cau"p.- (j jI part who have n >ncelhe t [truthof t tha* beautiful ver'e of Dr. Watt, t

.itiaiiui>>tration to complain of, and therefore .I uf effective men, (indeed are now otgatiijied,) I I Ion President 'i'illIClr may put forth his proclu: ma. i!I now in some measure connected their reputation which she repeatedjii-t before her death : Florida Land Sales. I
with its elevation .
| or decline it will JeiCarl mike living !bed
die remarks the Sejitinc ou this score are the immediate frontier who are anxious1'', 'I lions and use orabu e J his high olllce tll t II i tuck asa T'l/"ILL/ be otleted Auction nucitroiH tract of
Fw! Ion
school take ,
I primary an elevated stand as downy pillows are
wholly for service, and xvhose families, //arms and in. :I: 'le h Northern t fanaticism: and lo repress any Confident I in Whilst on hi* breast I lean m> head \ Vdl'iable Land: at the places and times tol-
our that
unnecessary. j.I terest aie all in almost juxta.po"iti I xvill not be by out act that party questions paternal as well as maternal bosom received At Pensacola on th1th DecembCir, next. ,
I Indian territory. I am rather inclined, to the 'i in the shape of men and bayonets, to aid in I 1 at this examination fresh in the 1)ieil at the residence of lr."m. G Ponder of r; Milton Santa Ro'a County o'n the 6lh DecV.

.hal arise from these, Indian tioubles. If opinion that these men are entitled to ;the preference 1 I 'such a struggle, but lii is edicts will be in vain.He of education.: a impulse Thomis county. Ga on the 3.Jn 'i.t. inst.. STEPHEN .. Kiicneeannj.: Walton Co., on the 10th co ., I

.enough troops and of the right sort" are f in the event a strong force I is laised l wilt have to establish here, a tyranny ; cause SPECTATOR.. l '.\. tEI:, of Monticello.- Florida! after a ,I Roach's muir, V/asIngton!) County, on the p .

fcnt Ijereliy the administration, we xvill thank for the protection of the frontier. ;as despotic ns that which exists! in Cuba before .Miccosiikie, Leon Co., Aug. 18-11)) shjrt! hut !>e-ere iline"s, in ti! > 7th rear of his age. 1 13th: Dvcenber.At .
The deceased was cnntryi tl to this place on the 4th Mariatma, JacVon County on the lf lh Doer.
auJ praise them C tor it. If they conduct the I have some important information for the 't he can hinder American citizen from; '' (&: Hie New-Orleans abduction case has and interred in th. Monticrllo crave janl., h Loft's Mill, Lalhotm Co., on the 17th I

the Indians with due (loveinment, and will leave on Tuesday tor'I't I going here he pleases to fight for; an oppr's.I ; l been decided at last. The Spanish (CrJlhut"tll' This adds another Iroof.o the truism that. in the (liucy, Grtd.ten County on the lj\h\ "

t'IUU'tJ'crlwitI a rrtud Washington, 'lemindingyour Excellency\ that I'I S t'J people against: their oppressors. Thous. was charged with the abduction of mid
: to the interests Florida, and toths safet ]! Major Morris is the Agent 1 for the Seminole! :,, ands of our gallant sons will go to that gloriousI Key, has: been required lo give a hoad: ofS3.OOt : .. I| J the strong and vigorous i possessing iron constitution I Mtmiicello, Jefferson Co., on the 27th co.
"
t;; of her people! and! xvith decent res-pent fur [ J Jhe I Indians at Tamfa.and luis been for some t time I I I i island to rescue it from, SpanMi or Negro do. ( ( ) to appear at the I December) Term U. S. I I ICitctiit I.efore, with him.prospects without lurJIy the most a moment's flittering warning spread. sent out';; }' '* J.14 Madison)Hamilton Court lIou County*t', on on the the 20th 1st Jany.

feeling of tie Slate we shall cease fuitbtfr ', I past, and xvill be until I assume my office II.j'I ruination if called on l by the people: of Cuba. : Court. I He I complied xvi'h the deci<. by the! Uflf'rran'haft of death from life, when hope 'I| Alu-aror, Columbia Co., on the 3d "

complaint, forget! the and : there. I am yours sinceielv I I TheJ'111 I I not a I low t thi k g-mliMi spot of the ion. but entered, a solemn. protest: aiaintthe! wall in it! zenith to that undiscovered country !I TERM* :-One fourth pavable at the time of sale,

; past t applaud $'-. SI'ENCEIl. I I i xvotl.J) -this Key of the (;uhf of Mexico-this xvhule *. Others who from whose InuTIle notraveller returns. The ways I I and the baanc! in three e.\ual annual instalments.
them for the good they do. 1 is the protection I gate fll.c Mississippi rixer proceeding were sup- ot 1'ioviJence are indeed mv..teriOUiih.." was not: i Persons destroy* to know what p.-.rticular tracts
-more important: I 1
ooifd be
of to accessory to the abduction, among some one less useful Ic,s l loved and admired, taken, are to be sold!, will be fnrni"ht'dnlh) hand-bills on j
: our citizens the wicked the !
against detfruction Jlol'ti:11c! \ !to South and ,the greatallev of the '
: them Caj.t. McCo.NMt: have been bound and our friend! stilt permitted to fill up the full measure -! application to the Post Master at the above named

of their peace and properly, that xvc The following is telegraphed! to the I We.-t, than all the Middle States, an'd"IIrtlJ- ', over in tin; sum of S'-J.oUO.) -Sacaniish Re. of rife Still we should not murmur-the mys- j l'hce". or tithe ub.-ciiber it Tallahasseeby letterpostazt _

Late at !1arL11En efforts here to effect Charleston Mercury as the latest foreign I j I ern to )boot-to full und.-r any control initni- FilM rtlll.I tley: uuy be reveilt-d! in future and we tee that it was i>aid. '
I cal to t their interests. Indespite of the IJufialo : i for the best. .1 JOHN BEARD, Heziterjf
iliefco cuds are condemned by the adlili'tr. news brought by the JHlcrnia : 1 platform)! which Mr.l Webster asseits t I'i 1 From: the fulloxxing telegraphic despatch to The deceased was reared in oar village, loved and) Public Lands lor the State tl l Florida.

:.jou there is cause to fj cak freely in behalf ii t' DALTIMORI i be Iigenuine lime Charleston Mercury, there would seem to .. respected bv all who knew hm: possessing, as he did I I Tallahassee Au-. IS, lb I 19. 322nrm.x
AUGUST 1 IS. Whiggery, declaring tint I
no more
those qualities calculated! : to attach others to him. In ):}- The foIlO\inc will publish the above
our State, and we will not hesitate to do eo,, I Th English newspapers and circular: *' Slaxe States shall: I I be added to lhi I Union, they Va be little doubt about Rev's abduction : !bl intercour with the world. he was polite modest i|: '" week tor three papers months, and send their ac-

t'rther th tough fear of that administration, or | the Hibernia have to hand. .McIIen-per xx ill place another star in our fl.ig, among the H.LTOIOPoCIIzU: t 1 S. and retiring ; with nuimites and friends lie was soiihtc II j c ountto the I Kegi-ttr:"
come '
brightest of them all, and make it c aid confiding! ; with rf .ite. !UtiiJ and alTictionate. [ Toe papers in PenJcob.larianna and Ajialacliicota -
ticm tlitt apprehension that ole bug-beai | ry's circular says the home demand for sugar: I shine forever. The there lo 1 > The! j Falcon has arrived at Newnrk and po. ssed. in the hi ln-at degree. the most 1 I i iI : the Savannah Georgian apd the -pubticart[ ; '

seeking! to make political capital" j i is limited, and an average reduction of Cd i is ;i \ froxxns of a weak, and 1: last t front Havana. It is reported that Key estimable of all qualities! in a child: -reverence and I Charp-t| Courier and! Slerrurv : Mite! Register

clr x\tll ''conceded.! Cotton is unchanged, though t the already prostrated administration-the op4| ft. ",'ive Iii! answer to the American Consul! in I 1 Lve fur his parents ; always tudymg to avoid that;I I and the Advertiser ; C\J umb:1i Times, Ga... amt the

be made against us by some literary)' gensleuun demand has been occasionally flat and dull, ,! sition of Southern t tiailors, in or out of ('nit. ;presence /a' IiI" of Spinish} soldiers! and tin which would! wound and doin? that which would I I I: Raleigh Standard: and the Reri: "ter. J
xxhp has gresthe cries Northern please those to) whom he was indebted f"reXis --------
learned the art of Lowing! J aspirants to power der threatHe I then
; but
but the whole xva*
i upon the market must be considered : imprisoned, l character was well csiabi! hed.and none ellce.l; $20 Reward.
Northern
both hot and cold at the same time. I,|. firm. The great questions jiHecting by predominance, or of iriotis S con rived to send txvo letters lo the American I aught agiin- it I He was moral! in conduct I

I t the mii Let remain! unchanged, and the lapse i: f:fanatic poisoned, like ihe rattlesnakes in 1 Consul!, staling that 1 he bad been, abducted. t trious in habit. and strictly! honest in dealing! He: I .' 1) ANWAY on mmed the!:MILLY-th- of July, smait la"f.a and nrru -
woman
Hankers and Barntumers. j of time apparently :i\es additional confidence I ,August, by th'ir'n venom, xvill not a'c'rlIhe I and de"ireun"ricm: : protection. The Consul I l leaves a Urge nivnlter: ol tritnds and re!
Tnt two wing.of the New York Democra) j to the holders. The Committee of Broker 1' I onxvurd march ofevents. C ilia will I be apart :1 demanded to see him. but, after deliberation. I mourn" This his: i of these man. puts
'1.\, hax-eju t held separate Conventions, at the, I' still quote Fair Uland, il./ .Mobile, 5.I. Orleans) l United Southern States--and (these 1' this xvas: refined by ;die! Spanish nil?hcuritics.'lucre .- The tinder leases of h/pc. to-nwrrll\V blossoms I .;ht ide of her cht-t The above reward will be
States. Hut lorbear given tur her apprehension and confinement in
any
$?. The stock on hand at Liverpool is estimated xve speculatingi ;: wall great excitement in havana I upon And bear his bu! >hing honor. thick upon him I ITl.C
Amijij the which increased the third d.iy couies a frusi-a Iilan frost -
700,000; () bales. The circular of iitr. : subject?, was upon ; I I ( r. her will be thanUrully received. AJdres- _
!tr; a union lias been some time in agitation. j';i l ing's Brown, Shipley! and Co. and others. con. j!j ist i rut ion is only speculating. "'t' hope the :,; arrival of the U. S. sloop of war (;entnaii.towit FUICXD.JT I the subscriber at Tallahassee, Fla. -
j whole is t ih,' puffing of a broken bellow*, to t till I i ij : -- --"I V. POWELL.
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Some tO.rt han been made I. the two l ho [: cur in the totegoing. j ji xvhich, hoxvever, sailed without taking
) I j I its nagging and flapping sails with! Northern I < j- WE are authorized and requested I loannource August I IS, !IP 19. 3:-ftSrSivannah
.it1 to 'bring it about, but failed, as xve learn i I'I Hreadstufls are as noted in my first t des breezes. 1 any measures upon; the subject. Mr. FLETCHER WHITAKER as a candidate for the Republican and New; Orleans Picaynnf -

"by the telegraphic accounts in the CharleMonMercury. 1 ''.: patch. Wheat has fallen 1 a "Js. Corn firm. ;'! Here is the thus I Ainu-cr Tlrif ,'-The federal whigs have o.Tice of Sheritf of the Couttty of Leon, at the en,u- will (p bli-h, the above once a month for lour
Ikeisteady. Pork unsettled, the imports) being proclamation, spoken of month1, and send l il'.3 to this office for collection. ...
The trouble teems to have been I greater than the demand. by the Charleston Mercury : much to say: about h coalitions" between northern m i : election in Octubr.r.IJO

''bat though the Hunkers expressed nooppoti. I American stocks arc heavy at .retioiis rates, Official. democrats; and free lJilt rs. L t them U'K are authorized and retUeted[ [ to announceEDV'ARUiFOOTMAN Improved McCarthy Gins. -

tion to the exclusion( of slavery from Califorj I*j I Preparations ane making for :.. splendid reCePtion fly TilE PRESIDENT Of' Till: UNITED say( Millard l Fillmore i i. not a free-soiler! ?- t Esq., as a Candidate! for WARRANTED.A .
and there is xxith the
tia. they \\uI not agree that Wilmot:t t i ol the Queen in I Ireland. STAT 1A 1-. so. 1:0: paper slightest 1 1rt''Pt'ct the office of Tax Assessor and Collector for the YE \R'S experience ha*. given tl'e. subscriber .
tlC truth that ill it Ihe
Proviso fehould lie made test of ;, The reports ofthe Hungarian ur cs an: t lor xx deny was not County of Leon, at the ensuing election in Oct'ber.1 a perfect knowledge of.these Gins, and repeated '
t
a party fidelity, l'CJCUI.t TIO.Y. union of his with that of (;
I
all confirmed. name en. Tajlor j experiment bas not onTy showed him all the de-?

"t incorporalc it into the creed of the Demo-1 I Prussia, it is said has ofL'ied a&Uiancc There is reason to believe I that an armed i! on the I'fI, idl'ntialtieIl'f, a coalition ufwhi:. (J.E: : are authorized and requested to announce i I UrcN, but ha* enabled him to overcome them. He
j t to
erotic party iuilie Slate '' Austria. expedition; is about to be fitted out in the Uni- !i I i i.m amid I I"H III lit "ruJiom, xxhich is only Ti,I. ALFRED A. FISHER as a candidate for reelection believes that they are Ihe best Roller Gins in the .
j world ai'd feel: ronfMent/: that: l they will give satisfac'ion -
Can our opponents us to any assembly I ICI I There arc rumors that the TUlks will unite I t led States uilh an intention to ill\'adc
f Northern Joint } with the II iltitrialis.SwitzeiIand Cuba, or some of the Provinces 01Ielicu. | 'I \\nthrop. speaker of I the I Hou-e, a provisos p clI-l'lin election in October next. C,'ir..: to increast-d labor and expense on them,

Whigs 1 % () lluc disclaimed the j j is in : i The best information: which t Ii titan t that: is-a tree-Si iii,-r ? I If l so, was not the :subscriber:: compelled to ran the price to one
'j levying
Protr as one of the pii cipl} of Northern' I i' of the violation of her troops territories cOII"e.fJUl'neC : Executive: i have been able to obtain, points I to; |I i his election to that high and responsible! of 53- WE area-ithorued ind requested; to announce hundred dollars.! J. M. JARROT.ijnincy I 41
|
j jI
by
? August I t. IS IP. 31-Sw
\\igcr ? Hou't) al pak at once I the Hessians.! ; the Island of Cuba, as the object of their expedition. :. lice by \\ hiigs "otcs, ani" ng which werE those Mr JAMES. RONEV: a* a candidate for the Office ----- --

-- I The Kus>>ian Government is establishing r 'i of every "\ big member from Tennessee L l of Tax Assi-sjior and Collector for Leon County. CHARLESH.B'UNTING,

Sotn It.U'IThe* llaliiaiore. Patriot i, arsenals in Poland from an apprehension of an It is the duty of this .overnmcnt to observe !I{ coalition; between xxhiggery and free-soil ? at the ensuing election in October next. DTil il"

consoling iuelf for the recent defeat of Tayiuriim !, insurrection in t that J country. the faith of treaties and prevent any aggre.!'. i ision 'I I Are not .Messrs I John M. Cia)ton. Secreta: ( F'FE ; his pmfe'ss'onal: services to the citizens

is unable] lo H e what advantage" :.I Pope Pius has issued a proclamation to the by our citizens 'upon the territoiies ot 'I; ry of State, Mr. Meredith, Secretary of theTrtMsiry. (y- WE: are authorized and requested to announce of Middle Florida. He will attend with despatch .

f I have therefore %Ir. Collam! '1', Potm istcr General, DANIEL McUAENY asa candidate: for the office of I to calls that he made him. and
friendly
thoughtI
the 1is could Roman from Grtu: in which he any may upon _
haxe II people ; j
\ gained by o having, a t i: that God; has the SIJI necessary and pioper, l lu issue t his Prod :1. arid! 'tl t 1': living, Secretary of the I Home De-) Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon County, at the perform with care arid skill) all operations entrusted
majority in the next lIUe guided Catholic armies, and) to him. His price3 will be as moderaf and liberal "
( Representatives 'cs. !i the offices election( in October next.jG
niation all lug moat important
to citizens of lie United ,
PUllIlI'l
warn ( [ OCCUP)
:
has enabled them
;i to sustain the rights of hUe I as they can be made consistently. His resi i idence i-, .
Why didn't tell Tiuman S.nilh that before! 1 i i Statesviio btull connect themselves, with I in th"jCabinct, provisoists or free-soilers 1 1 If
i j inanity, which were trampled under foot, and:I ( WE are authorized and requested to announce : at prwent, is (Juincy,w here communications1

the election! I would have sated: the elec.Pioneering :. !I to restore the rights of the Holy Bee, and) hisoVe.rJgIuty. f" an enterprise, MI grossly \iulaton fir ourlaw I so, Was not their appointments a coalition be Mr. OSCAR .. VEIN as a candidate! for the office will be received by him,and immediately! attended to.

@polelmanffthe administration all| j I His heart was t tilled) with bitterness and) our treaty obligations, that they will ween vthijrgtrv and! Iree-soil it-Clerk of Leon Circuit Court at the ensuing elec- REFERENCES :
thereby subject themselves with h'aI'nal.! 1. I Is not :11''I.If'l' a ftee-!oler! ? Is not Hrn. CHARLES
Iis, arduous labors in \ in) reflecting on the wrongs of the Church.!i lion iu October next.OCh \Y.-DO\VMNG. Tallahassee.
circular-xvriting and i in lIe the that would lies announced.against tlH'mJ our acts of Mr. Seward a free-soiler Is not \Ir. Cur Gen. C. II. DuPONT. Dr. DAVIDSON,
anticipated pleasurably day 1 -- -
coingiue xxire.pulling behests of the Cabinet see him again amongst them. Yet, above Congress, and will forfeit their claims! to the: I win a fiee-soiler, ? In fact, is not every leading I re-pectfully announce myself to toy fellow C..I. W T. STOCKTON, 1)-. J. L. SHIELDS, 4
R. E GIBSON. ES.J, Rev. J. PHELPS.Mr. .
---
; all, he desires to secure the independence of irotection[ of their country. No such persons xvhig politician and eeery xvhig press alt citizens of Leon County as ;candidate for the Office THOMAS II. HOUGKlSS.Quincy.
: in St. must the interference of ibis (! t the North and Northxvest fret'.SOl I : .ix-ocates 'r'
'Iisouri-.fcc"g C1Larlc Courtly. expect o\ aj,
the Sovereign Pontiff, so necessary lo the of Clerk of Leon Circuit Court, at the ensuing dec August It tat'J. 31-HrnJ.
-\ J lay > our readers, to-day, the pro.I I Catholic world. In the meantime, he would eminent in any form in I their behalf no mater : t. And( i i.snot Henry Clay, and! Casaius M. Clay, lion October next. JOHN 1 B. KEEN.

Cedinsofa: public rn 'eting, held on Satur-"j II[I appoint commissioners, who, assisted hy a to what extremities[ they may 1 be reduced in i in the South, free-soil? Tallahassee, Jill 11,1S4! 1.. SHIELDS, M. D. J. S. tD, 31. I'.

(lay.tlae 14ibiustMutFlintilillinSt. Chatles ,!j.I Ministry l would have the conduct public) ( con-equence. of their conduct and enterprise.An It requires a conscience of India rubber, ,

Counsy. I I. affairs, and he hoj ed that all who had forfeited ; enterprise to invade the territories of a I and a face; of brass for the xvhigs xvho have P-: I5v divine permission [there will be a three Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, .

At this meeting,we note with pleasure' that I God's; blessing their would friendly I nation I set on (foot and prosecuted| j supported Millard Fillmore, and arc now in i lays meeting in the MethodNt Protestant !JChurrh HAVING ociated thenvelvps together in Mia
by errors returnto
C0!1. Henton vas condemned for attempting I 0"Cehe | the path of duty. \\ithin the limits of the United Slates: is in the I I :full) fellowship with Seward and Corwin and I I:. Tallahassee to commence on ,the P'riday prece-; xervicfs to the of citizens Medicine of,Quincy Surjrery and, i.c.the, surrounding fler their-

the jieoplc with fahc issues. He -_--_ highest degree criminal, at 'lending to endanger $'I Webster, and Collamer, to talk of coalitions ding the first Sunday in September next Inch will country.Qiuncy .

'\8' condemned for ingrati'ude to II on. C. F. I the peace and compromit the honor of thi between the northern democrats and barnbur be the 31st\\ugujt: t. and 1st and 2.1 Sept. August 1 1 1S40. .II .
Western
Jiu.k*oti. and for jtlagiurum, in extracting, Electioneering.Lilfrnl Offers nation ; and therefore, I exhort all good citizens ners.-.'utfitillc I''nion. i\u: 1 2:. i[:Sentineliteate corn
J We find the following cards in the James. For Sale
| at Cost. ;
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largely from
David IJai ton's speech in the l.1 j as they regard our national reputation, as
s. &nate, in 1830: without the accustomed i town (N. V.) Journal. they respect their oxvn Jaws and the laws ofna- AVlL3II>'GTOX, At'O. 10.(J f1J-: Camp Meetings.-There will be a Camp SCTTS .111 LI* IKO\>. of the very best
"dit. I To the Electors of CIL llta"qllr. county :- I Meeting at the Sink of Lost Creek Shell Point I, __, <|jalit> ,each Sett consisting ot Whtel Crank, I
lie was condemned I lions value the of
for his and .val.a Slorc.\-The of
they ,
as blessings
appeal'r I offer myself as a candidate for the office: peace receipts Turpentine) Waktilla Circuitcommencing on Wednesday night I, cmiiieIe, with 1 I 10)) i inch, 1 11 1 inch, and 1 12 inch
m the instructions of the Legislature, and the welfare of their country, to discountenance have been considerable during the week, say sweep, Pittnttn Irons Stirrup and Guide Rods lufSa
fur : County Clerk the following conditions the .Jlh September; and a'.so: at[ the Miccosoukie
ii'i' lutitudinous contractions:] (,1lle( Const I ItaiJn upon and prevent, by all laxxful means, any such: about ;,(WO barrels, all of xvhich has changed Sdsh. For turther particulars apply to
\'ilIf elected I will $: IUUO( () Ground: Leon Circuit,commencing on Tuesday
: give, per year, Camp ?Ic.VAUGHT A. OHMOND
of the United States-and the meeting i enterprise. And I call "I'on'r) officer of hands at 82 25 for yellow dip., $3 C for virgin Newport, or '
ffsolved I I during the time in office, for the benefit out;I : night, lllh September. 'Ministers of the Gos G. S. KING i. CO., St. JIarU Mills. '
thai his course ,'ati not only an insult this government, civil or military, to iisu ail dip, and 81 15 for hard ; cloning at these
to the County : I will expend 8 coO, if necessary, pci and others friendly to the cause of Religion, an Nestport, August 4. ISJ'J. 30-Iw
Legislature, but to the people l of the I'florts. in his power to arrest for trial and punishment rales. Tar arrives slowly, and sells readily

*'hole Slat. for the purpose obtaining the passage of a every such olll-nder agiml the laws: at 1 30 per l,bl.! Spirits Turpentine has advanced cordially invited to attend. Medical otice. ., ;
the fees and the
Jaw reducing remainder of IRA L. TOTTER,
The meeting denounced the Wilmot Proviso; ; providing( for the performance of our sacred i cent per ;allcHI. Sales of some H. T. -WIRT, 31. P. I. I.. CtLL, M. I>'
the received at the office after dc-
-and endorsed, the Southern Address and the I; t amount : obligations to friendly powers. tiJ5: barrel at -tJ cents per gallon ; barrels Presiding EIJ r. DRS. WIRT: & CALL hare annotated themjtelves
(Jucling the above mentioned charges I will ------ ------------- 1Z j the of Medicine
tescIulions pay --
i of our Je iilatuie. It was --101'.1 I (;Jiven under my hand: the lllh day of An. % l 75 not returnable. Rosin-Sales! No. 1 practice ,Surgery, &c., ant! .1.1i
their
for the ; otter services
JU to competent deputies doing work I in A. E. MAXWELL to the public.
Ii
( with I ,
meeting, glorious( results; and xve the office. IIv. HAKEK.Jamestovn gust, in the year of our Lord, one thousand at |c per Ib. No. 3 at flUe per bbl.NKXV Office over Drug Store;Monf icello.Florida.

bllw send out the glorious noW8 to cheer tho July 19, 1849. eight hundred and forty.niwe, and 5C'l'UtJ'fi } YOHK IS.CJen. J ATTOSMEY AT LAW, August :f, Ibts. a iy
Jf the ; August
!
glorious Jt'rnlcracwho will rth of the Independence of the United
year attend all the Courts of the Middle I Ci
I\f'nd up t the glorious I shoutg : Henton is onrrcrwn To the Electors of Cliaulaque county/ : -I I, States. .fjwarrplinisler of War under!, ': VV cuit. fjc>- Office back of the Floridian &rtITILL ijjn ToitLE:. aiAi.tNO D pAfy; '

glorious !" Let that ball roll ott.Jj.rsQfl .- the lion. Milton Hill, offer rnyselfas a candidate Z. TAYLOU.Dy the llonian Tiiumvirale I has arrived in this Journal Reading Room. I TCttVLE &. PAPY,

City (Mo. ) J1c/roJtJlilall. for the Office of Country Clerk. Ifi I am the President. city, preparations are being made (to give Tallahassee, July 2s>, 1W9. 29 I Motntys! and Connwllars nt t lair,

elected, I will give 81500 a year for the benefit J, M. CLAYTON, Secretary of State. him ;a grand reception. Notice. HAVING lormed an association for the Tractee '1

tiA8TCRV F A o\., c.j.-: Would you of the widows and orphans of the County, The Hunkers and! Barnburners who asrembcd will attend the several Courts of the

a nettle without being! Muug by it ?_ ,500 to the needy generally and Si50 1 to get XEWUr.Itug.. 7, IS W.-J'avaJStoresSales \ at ttom, with a view to reconciliation SIX weeks lion after Judge date of Probate, I will inifce for Jefferson application to Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the Di lrici Court _
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a"c hold count of the (U. S at Tallaha eeAll business entrustedto
aUlWyauccs ont stoutly. Do the same to other the fees cut do .n. Tho balance I shall pock have been made to.day tit S-!,(O2! a &:&. have: !adjourned without being able to aTeo for Letleis ol Administration! on the EjifBl' 1.1( o'ir- their care will receive prompt attention.t -

'IOU, and| |CW things will ever annoy I cl myself. MILTO.N HILL. 05 for old dip-no chxinge in Virgin' -price t'J upon' a comptomise. quhar Macrae deceased. JOHN M SMITH! {( OlBcr in ihe Captlci _

!arnrtuzL Ii, July ti7! I49 L:!, f'O, Markets are steady Flour has advancct \ulJst; .;". f81 J.' February P il'


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Proclamation by the Governor. NOTICES. MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA. THE FLORIDIAN &. JOURNAL ESTATE NOTICES. < U 'i iO.N iTIiA"vflpai.

A rnr sy It.. r'rn .. t ,' '
50.
hiLl
SCs'PtIOII of 1S1 !>-- is Poni.iiiiKD rvF.nsvrrRUA" waihen
Notice. ..f ,,. 4 t_ I.. &,,
Coui l.ECTTR w.ij be rorr- *
next of
Middle Circuit of Florida. THE an -. .- .'!*,. wn.rh .
tl. ,; f r* ,
> r.wssd
on I the FIRST P.luNI'AY' in November TInr s : QMX months after d.U'! !< the undersigned executor

Leon County Circuit Court.In Chancery. and continue until ibc fn-t m March folluwin ;. TIIHER !DOI.URS if paid in advance. k_* ol the last will and teslameitf Le\\is Saiinder.deceasd 4euiua.nkl.ite il flf'\'t.l\: :. i r rmal. *i< T.w.
per annum, noriortor. *nd never was. bnl vian wnrsr"
>ierr
ANNA Mni\ Ts.nr.tvELt., r* JAMM D. TRADEWELL. FACULTY.GEORGE TIIRKF. AND A H %Lr, if paid within siinontl s. late of Leon county, will present hi* rn2.is.csti.! and ub. ike. T.'t h. a.nii.., !
Adiniiistrator of William Tradewell. M. Professor Anatomy FOUR DOLLARS it not until the end of the. car. final aecmmis and vouchers the Hon. Judge ol the HU!.of J), ,7.tne .
: NEWTON. M. D., paid j |.nn "e nfpinaas cilt I* what he i. not. TbU
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Leon Probate and! k lobe di-charued. w t,
Cotirt. a "
the Court the affidavit of complainant's and Dean ol the Facull fcou :t pnXtf: s.; s' ia t.a.i-.I. ?"
iiccUiin or State Senator.A TT appearin to on :3- These tern* willlw t rigidly adhered to, and LEWIS M. SAUNDERS, Executor.JuIvSI. an< pnrrhvw ROM i,..
I Solicitor that the defendant in the L. A. DUG M. D Professor ol Pl-Jfiolozy and ttC.YCt.VK GXiniJflL./ .i.r' t. JarlbTnwS.id.soii.
VACANCY hating occmrtd in the office of no paper willbe discontinued until all atrean iarp IS 10. 25-Cm I
doc reside in Fintida. but in Pathological Anatomv. : hvin it m>. C'-J .
abng stated cauce not Subscribers i PTlikne* his
Di ,irict ol the
SlaleSenator? mthe Twelfth Senatorial paid, unless at the optio'i publishers.
4Lc.clioned bv the resignation ot the Hon. ifqdi the Stated Soulh Carolinsi: // is OrJtnd, That the ALEXANDER MEANS, M. D., Professor of Chem- will be received for three months at Or.p vnrs and his 'L'.rnre ,ero,, 'JNc.: it of -rn .

JJ. Watt* : Itiftirirbtf OfJfn-J, That an rlnrtionbe said defendant appear arid answer the cnrnplainatit'bill itrv and Phatrracy.I. Dollar-six month. at 810.. Every older for the riot ice. P7HSi1C ()fft Tr .' '... .,i 'V'4, y.,. c.

heM i-j naid District on Monclav! the fuel Jny ol Ostobei on rr before the frt: da> of Decrmr>ernc\totl I. P. GARV1N, M. I D.. Professor of Theripcutlcs paper out of this: county mrst Ie accompanied with Months after date, I shall apply to the Hon.
confejo. .Indil anti Miteria Medica. SIX
ne.vt lo till fan) vacancy.Giten ercifct the same m.\v be taken peo the cash, unless the order cnncs rough any of ourre'ulaily ol Piobate in aud for the County of Leon,
I in I.. D. FORD M. 1). Pro-essor c.f the Institutes and
ftirllur Ojn/'/. That this notice I.e publi-lird '
'Jiuler tnx band, and the gicalSaalcflhr authorized agents in the State.A for my discharge from the administratorship upon '.re'
lie Middle Circuit ol Practice ot Medicine.
'rint'tt f (
Siale( of Florida, at the eotnc newspaper in the chattels anti estate nf Thomas Knight .i
pcw.ds, %
Flotidafoi four ir.ontb a* prcsciibed law. JOSEPH A. EVE, M. I)., Profes.or i-f Obstclrica c.
[n.AL I Capitol, in the Cily el Talluha,.se*, nVEKTISK.MKNTS deceased. ROBERT P.UTLER, Adm'r.
!
LALTZELL Judje. and Diseacs of Women and! Children.
THOMAS ,
I D.)
this fourth day of Aujnst. A Much 21,1819. 12-Cm
I IP,and of.%nricl I ndeI'enen e July t'tb.l'-tt'I PAUL F. EVE, M. D Professor of the Principle Will be in-serteil ul the rate of One Dollar per square t

the 74th %ear.t A tine coin-. Attest : D MrRAENY, Cleik.Julj and Practice of Surgery.H. r.f twelve lines for the first, and filly cents for each

W. n. MOSEI."Y, 21 I Isl'J J'j Uy J. B. KKE.V, !). C. F. CAMPBELL, M. D., IenionstratorofAnato. subsequent i nert inn. A reasonable deduction Notice.SIX .

!nv.ROBERT will be made on legal notices, estate noticeyear-
4upt Governor ol Florid weeks alter (late I will make application to

C. \V. OOTVN-IM, Sec. of SUt.-. In Middle Judicial Circuit of Florida.'daiJsJfn CAMPBELL, M. D., A isant! Demon. K notices without alteration! by persons having Hon. JuiUeof Probate for Madison County,

Avut 4, 1S1. 30General (ceni.) slrator. rezular account with the office. for letters ol Administration on the Kntate ol John,
To FaH Term 1S19.Robeit Course of Medicrl Jurisprudence of candidates for office
County.- A l.ecture.tuipon All announcement* FIVE J. nnvci% deceased. JOHN. McCEHEE.
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r ---- L. FJrnoiuU, ) Suit by attachment for the will be delix-ered by Professor GARVIN. The Fat- DOLLAR"-invariably$ in advance. No attention Nay 2', 1s19. 21-C\v

Orders. Cs. > sum of :$70l 2U. ut\! will endeavor to make their inMiuction as d>- will be paid to any order lor announcement,unless

KXRCCTIVETallahotftf; ))EpArtEcr, ) Hezekiah Smith. ) Rond in f 1,000. monstiative, a't pos-ible. accompanied with the cash. Notice.

July '2.>, 1S49 < Requisites for Graduation as heretofore. All religious marriaze, and obituary notices pub
ELECTION! u hereby Ordered to be heJd in rPHE defendant and all other person* interested, Hoard mas be obtained at from 13 to 17 jrr lished gratuitously ; but fdittrial) notices for private SIX Month after date, I shall apply fr> tie Hrm.
As J. are hereby notified nfiheins'itutionof theabo\e of Probate fur the of Jefleron for
the Fourth llngade ol 'Florida Militia, on the month, every thing included. benefit, will charged a* adveitisements. County
itt Monday in October next, at the places appoint suit by attachment, and arc required to appear and rise fees for the entire course of Lectures, incli- lattns cf; dismission as E\ecutor of Esther Korne-
to the declaration filed therein within the OLD UK. JACOB() TOWNSKXD
for plead Ticket 15. Matriculalbnticket gay, late of aid Coun'y. tli'eeised.
ed by law lor Ihe election of County Officer*, a ding Hospital are Jolt vORK. ,
\\t\\- Dated 17lh ISl'A
Brigadier General to fill the vacancy occasioned by time pi escribed by July (onceonly,) 3. Practical Anatomy, (tobe JOSHUA! TAYLOR Sent., Executor. I THE ttKif.lN M. !.ts.:'.X'KRER OF TUB!
P.U Will IE Job Work such
Plfl.'sAtty. We well prepred to execute ,
are March 21. Is-JO. 12firmNotice.
the resignation of Gen Charle- I3rne. taken once only,) 10. t ('enuiae Town cnd Snrsaparilla.men .
July 21 IS 19. 2> as bills, cards, blanks, pamphlets, &c., with neatness
tobehld in of this institution
Election Ordered The friends and alumni are nvited -
Also an isrhercb.t !
and All work of this description, nt T.wnn4 i'; flo ,.b..rt () yitr vr P, :init tia
the Third Krigade of Florida Milita, at the tirneand to send to the Faculty, during the course of despatch. men known 14 the .It'THOK and' DISCOVKRF.R nf "Jj

place? above ptcifk-d, foi a Rrigadier General occasioned In Chancery.- Lecture, persons in indigent circumstances who ecrept for persons having yearly accounts with! Month after date I will apply to the lion.I uK.vn.VK: nRifsijv.n. roi '.v\\v: > '.iKy.if.iKii.
Samuel Rucsell. ias the office, must be paid for on delivery. SIX A.*.** Being po..r. he va; rnmpelied to )limit it* nmrnfartun,.
of Gen. urzical by
by the resignation day require operations, as provision I ol Probate fir Gad' den County for letters
OF FLORIDA. IN GADS-
MIDDLE CIRCUIT which Ufa in u hn l*rn k.r '"it of m -rket. and the MC) trriinacribed ,
Also, an Election is hereb Oide edt beheld in DEN CIRCUIT COURT. been made for their accommodation whilst! unlei otdirr.is'ion from. the administration cf the estate of : tn :h>r>e only wh> had pruvrd m worth am! know*

the Cavalry Regiment ot the Second Di igsdr,Florida treatment. New York. James II. Gttwon, deceased. 14 vultw. It hail r icacil thr rir nf many, nevrr.hrltmho ii

Militia, on the first Monday in October next, at the The Branch of tho Bank of ihe") fly. order office Hoard. For R. E. GIRSON, Adufr.March ( **death p.r..ns, procl.mwd who! h-ni l iesi.if > h,'Ml..!llefire-.l of sore ami wonderful dise*.e.. mUfrom

places appointed b> law for the flection of Cdtinty State ul Alabama, Corapl't., G. M. NEWTON, Deal. 10. i Sit*. 10GmNotice. HEALING POWER.

Officer to fill the occasioned bj the resignation r*. Auu-ta GA. Anu.t 55. 1S4'. 32 fw
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vacancy Know in?. .uz*. yar* <'ga. thit hih"d. by hi* skill!.
of Col. Samuel S cpencer.OlScer Benjamin C. We-t.-SheriflofCads- nil eTpennr nVvisd .tn ,.r1ir. whirh wonlrt I be nf rni.Io .
commandinc Riipades, Up irr.ent*, Rattalir den Ci.u'ity, and rr-officio admr. ( Uill to foreclose Medical Department (able ndvantije i<> mink>nd when the uien* w.Mil.l t be fur
on the Ktate ol Jair.e* Innetai- Mortgage OIX months after d.ite.I shall apply to the Hon.O Btshed l*> brinf It into universe! notire. vvhr its in viinuihiikiftBrs

>ns, and to Companies carry into, within Heel this this Order Slate, are within herebyrequired the ity, dec'd, J<..hn F. InnPiarily, (if Jlainpdcn Sidney Collccf, RithmonJ, Ya, rililE REGULAR: LINE OF PACKETS !wtecii Jude of probate for the county of Jefferson, for I the UK"in neiuIJ*i lrP EC nupplird known:and this a'rrrti'ie4.; l This time tui tin i,.

lictit* of then respective ccxntnatid.v. *. William P Inneiaiiiy. Santiago rpeE; twelfth annual course of Lectures in this .1. New York and St. Marks anti Newport, will letters of dis-iiU-Mon as administratrix de boni nonA ti. LV!) .1..i) L'-F'; : ,., ?:1) Ji 5F'.5RVtTIO.

I). MOSELEY, Governor. Itinerant v. Lewis W. Minor and J. institution will commence MondayOctober commence runtime at the opening cf tI.e tall trade, iltt the will annexed, ot Jerernhb John on. late ol < on the l.irvi wml *..C. *nit I. catieil f.-r thmnrhUj

July 25, IS19. 29-lOw Jleloise Minor, Defendant j 22d, l 1'1i, and continue until the middle of March. and continue throughout the entire year, vi/ : said count\ ,decea d. MARY. JOHNSON. ,IIrJIEI the! !Ifozlh Of re1erttDfl an.l lirn>tlhnt ii, 4sTpn..rti.n.FnIiht lv land. a* u u fou fnrtnnftetnreil

( J-Senhine2, Republican, New*, and Ocala AIJ.'US ] T BEING MADE TO APPEAR bafiidavit filed R. I... IJOHANNAN, M. I)., Prolessor of Obstetrics Brig' WARPALLA, Jo=sl\n" Ma'-ter, Jefferson: County, April 7th, IbS'. II I yi.flnf I' '1.wnsen4'i eo.pmv., wgh i.ge. ap4
OCILLA, Trim, do. never rh insfj. htit for the hotter : beentj ,t i, prvimrefi ,, *.-?--
will copy the above until t he 1 t ol October,and *ecdto L in this cause, that John F.lnne-rarily resides beyond and Diseases Women and Clnldttn.L. Thr hit best *
't prtHCtflet hy a rcii. t' knowlvdrt o
bilig the OiEep of Secretary cf State. the limits of the State of Floiida, to wit, in the i W.CIIAMIJERLAYNK, M. F)., Professor of Matfcira LUCY, Hostner, do. Notice. I tTii'mnTrv, unit the Ute-t ilur ,vrrie, nf the art. hJ ve .ll treq

State ol Alabama ; that William P. InneraiiK re- Medica and Therapeutics.S. SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (newCISSA. ,) months after date I will apply In the Hon. ,r.ni., rti> ti'.jt1tiStl.fl| m tbe rnsnE.cr.> of the INd l>r't5aMamr.il

executive Department } sid.s out ol the Middle) Circuit of Florida, to wit, in MAUPIN, M. D., Professor of Chemistry and % :\ Perry, do. (new.) SIX of Pn.bate for Leon for Letters ofDismission ; -< The Sirptmilt. r.-.l.. ills well known tn medir*:
county, nen.riMit.unK *n'ny nipii inti j>ri'' erln. and 4ime
Tallahafftc, July 2 ;, IsJ'*. J the City of Pensacola, in the State of Florida ; that Plnmacy.CHARLES The lings; are built in I Ihe most substantial manner from the admiitijfration of the estate of nlf ni-rt ..r ,a"eIri.! .tnd ihr which if retnuifd pmpertimnrhirh in prpnnni *-

TT IS HEREnY ORDERED, That thice; per on Santiago Inncrariu resides be\ond the limits rit the DELL GIDSON, M. I D., Professor cfSuigerv epre-Iy for ti.is trade ar.d are commanded by Not borne T. 'I'Ior dec. II. R. BRA OFORO. I it f.'r n.e. pnM>arrrrrn'.tm* anti acii which I ii mtiriiii V

4- who shall be appointed b\ the he\eral Jiidg's of Slate Florida, Probate of this State In ctors of Elections to beheld W. Minor and Hehiise Minor sazcat the lowest rates. Airerit*- Apriiti'.V'I \13 \re *i rut'tiir. thai they ent.rely Atninir and ire Inst 10 thpreparttioTv. .
p Lewis reside be>ond CARTER P. JOHNSON, M. D., Professor of Anatomv If they are flAt nrrsrrwd by a itmtijit fmttti,
for County Officers on Monday the first day ot the limits ol I lie Staled Florida, to nit, in lie State ) and P: \ .,,tlogv., CUE, ANDERSON[ & CO., Notice. innwn only i.> thiws eif. neprnl .n it.nwuurifta.e. M..rr,*rr, V

October next, shall als act as Inspectors of the Elections of Viieinia : It in therefore Ordered, That the DAVID! H. TUCKER: M." D., Professor Theory 10 Reaver street, New York. lie-e fviftiltt p'rwci'ztta. wh.tf d\ .ifT ui vi.sir. of as nn e\Rnl
for Officer of the Florida Militia ordtuil to JOHN DF.NHAM, Months after date, the undersigned will apply M.n. undrr best are the rr> t >n'l ume>iu1l proyernet .f thtnf.t
raid named defendants dn appeal and answer the bill and Practice
be held on said firt t Mnnda) cl October.W. complaint filed (therein, within the times limited E. PETICOLAS, M.U.I Demonstrate cf Anat- McNAUGHT &. ORMOND, the Hon. Jnd e of Probate for Leon County p. rrn rn hoii! r tei, the rw4 iJ!| th.v :rt a iMrk rnlnrv4!

J). MOSELEY, Governor. to them rcH'cli\fly| that i is to say-the aid John (itflV. Newport. fir letters ot dismission 34 Administrator of tl.eIl II.i'inl. w hlrh is nmre f ni th r..l.>r.pe riMiir m tfw root tnaa
OT 4w Newport August 12 ISIS. J ,tate of John Smith deceased, late of said rountv. fun,, any thn; eli', : tr fe- ihn nirtm i aIS in'iml| or *p>dliqmd.
Ju1y2,119.fJ F. Inneiarity, Lewis i W. Mittor. and IMoise! Minor The Mu.srnm. Apparatus and i illu'.tratior.M| for the xweeien win -<>.ir ns..w'-.< unit then c4i! it 3R
: All the papers in the State will copy Ibis orT within the period of four months from the date ot demons-tutor. departments have recentl received PATRICK SMITH, Administrator. I SAPAKIM.4 EXTRACT c-r SVRLP." Brit -orb ivneitMartirle


isecretaiv of StaleProclamation. P.Innerarily within the period r.f I two months ; and j fn: .lilies for Practical Anatomy are unsurpassed OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSARS.'tPARtLL.
the said within the of sj\ AT NEWPORT SPRINGS, FLA. Notice.SIX \.
Santiago Inneraiity period The Clinical advantages are fully

by the Governor. months, or in default thereof the said bill of com. j' with the wants of the student and especially cotprnensurate valuable ) ::& r1 I MILS HOTEL: has been completed, and month after date the undemsned, adminis ,*This*r>lli M riM.t sn prejmri-d.are first i*that>ni'>ve allro catmble| rtie brcomnf f th. Hjrp

plaint ilia) betaken as confessed b\ the said defendants t| to those preparing tn practice at the Stiit h.- J I now presents lo the public a desirable j tie lonla nnn of the estate of Samuel acid tin of fTmenVit.nn. 15 extracted nn4 -reb-d. then ** rypnrtirle
____!.._H_ ot| rfort lor the approachirig ..f mr place ; season.
at ai.d alter the wvt-ial periods limited lo ''Clinical Lectures arc given twice a week in the j jJ Theus, late of Leon County, deceased, will present ( : and thas it is rrniterrd nrprV; t.1 )Wmn: imp nf it* TiiB-
them respecti\cly in thic (>rdr.. Pros idtdtbat this J College I ntirmary. (which is in immediate contiguily II 11 not deemed necessary to speak! of the advantage i liii accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Court of Probate able mil healing prirr.eH I'rernred m .his way u is made tht

order be published once a week for the term <>f lour > with the College.) and once a week in the Rich- ( derived from the waters and bathing by trios- whoj for Leon Connt and ask for a final settlement I mint |ioi.rf'i! aeit in the

months, and at the expiration cf the said term e.f( i mond Alms I H I.<>usi>. I In these i institutions t the disi have trcquenh-d the Splines. The virtues of theat.r and discharge from his said administration. Cure of inniiiii well known and adulation.I Henr itir rs'. n whv ue >if;>r r.n.n.at.n. no TCTT iulii .
four iiioitths, then continuously once a month for i eases occurring in Southem practice are r.el with | % are requite no SIMEON THEUS. i its f vor by m-n. women nn.l chldr'n. We linti it duiitj
the term of t two months in a newspaper published and the ctudent Ita' the most eligible opportunities I
Klccllon of state Senator.A within the limits of the Middle Ciiciiit of Florida. becoming acquainted with. their typos and treatment \villbi-i\cll filled with this de>iiable article, and a.tJ'iat co.V.'tt'.lIPTW.V. 1' T.'PFP.J. av'd jirri co.,

VACANCY hatir.g cuirtd in lie Office of THOMAS I5ALTXCLL, The fieijtivncy ot Surgical operations beloreI (iiinltn near by. New Stables are beinir P- j Notice. riai.r. and \n'Rlirf.W.TVw.. M'RfFI'J'g. 1LiS.
r (;O.5Tis'j.S. .n! r r..VA.,.:(> r.v ? ,c UPTI.V.5.
Jt\ State Senator in the Sixteenth Senatorial District February Qft', A I D. 1M9. Judge.C. I he c la**, 'S4thr with t the fac.litn-s fut witnes an.! a!! .itf>s>ri>,.,. *, ,,,?? from
occat-ioned t by" tt.e resignation i
Erasmus I). Tracy : //i i fienbij OtJtml, That .n A t rue ctiti\ : the lu-st Schools of Piaclical Surgtry.CiiAiKiKt. Newport, May !9, !< lii. i J-:'Jin administrators ol the estate of William S Then, po*'.s. a iirtrvet..ns.. T. in ,$11 r"m[>!tiitn flii !
lection be held said Duliif MotjdjvtLcfirst HARRIS.'rieik late of Leon couaty, d ceased, will present his accounts I t 4>jfr tuHi.ftnm .-lnuity nf 'ht 9'nna-\ lr. m nnrquai i rircuu
in on I. R. Gadsd Circuit Court. .-Matriculation $5, Tickets of the Prolesjrs .
arid vouchers to the Hon. Court of Probate of tHf.: deterniiniti .f'.I..4! t" the n *il t tnMtria!| of :lie hesrt,
*iay ol October next, to fill said vacai.cy. Bv R. C. LFSTKH: Dcr.uly Cleik. *KJ."i, !Piactical, Anatomy 'jlO I Gradrist; ion GEO. H. BESTWICK, rnUi fee: and hand, r oId chiitnd hut tLishes mrr the bod) ichii.
(Hvtnutithr myhand atid the gnat f-calof March 3 t, 1S49- '. Cm Fee $"J."i. Hoard, including fuel, lights, and ser Leon County and ask for a final settlement and discharge n"t it ,i'itI in (nin...! ,... : unit .m-

the State of Florida, at the Ca;>itol int'EAU3 vants' attendance, may be obtained at jS'l to sti Vi'liolcj alc! & Retail Grocery JL Provisioii Dealer, from hi* said administration. rwctnrnnon ana erntl rsnntion.; rv.s&ng$ atrictare of thlune
thrcrnt and irth-r
) the City of Tallahassee this 25th day State of Florida.--Middle Circuit. per week. S. MAUPIN, M. I)., TALLAHASSEE'FLORIDA.KEEPS SIMEON THEUS. Bin* in n'>ih>nir i*every it vsc.Ipiice p itt.rw.re m nitevtly seen .*nd tck

<.1! July, A. I Li. 1S1H, and of American Sarah M. Whiting, ) In Chanreiy in the Circuit Dean ol the Faculty.Aujusl I cor.'tantlv on hand and lor sale at the May lf, IC !tf!>. 20Administrator's *tided tnun in alf!! kiroft *iil! cs!enf

Indenendiflre the 7llh %'ear. Court for Wakulla Counlv.on I H, IRJft. 32Ivv -| cash price. (for ca-hall. the articled in j jI FEMALE \IPL\INTS..
WILLIAM D, MOSI'LEY r* > Notice. !l i 'nrkit wr.nl.pr'4 In ctie.i: J'Mbr't'usir' t.t', Fdiii'f
I bis lined business. Flwir.sol be'.l t qualitii.?, 5ujjr, j
Francis R. Whi'irg. ) Rill tiled.IT ( H'fmk. ffitlmctm. Suzp.r..j. or I'lHnfni Mrmin. j.e..r
Allest : tlotnneraf Florida.C. University of Louisiana. Collee, Tea*. Bacon Hams, SoapCandles, Nuts, Rsi; I months after date 1 shall premit m> account" ify nf the rwaitrni! perim's. mil tn'eke : and i* ajinrurinzall td ctiitd
W. DO\VM.\C, Secretary of Mate. appearing to the satisfaction rf the Couit.that sins, Lard, Whi.key, and all other articles usually SIX vouchers anti apply lo the lion Ju 1je; ot V, : ihefinw ,.f t h.iiifi !friO1.ei.
IS4U.50.rI1JiF
Francis H. Whiting, tecides! in MEDICAL: 1)1P.tItTMINT-CPt.rItSI: : or ri.i..in i.lq ,,,.
July 25,1819. 29 lOw the Defendant, By ; >tnirtii> >n>l n/u tiling th s.nrst n*
luiind! i in similar c-t. bli.-hir.eiits. Alt 1 I peisoiis want < Probate for Gadsdrn County for a final settlement ..
Hii. IE t.me lhuenre
p jrj-: SentineL Republican and Nwi. Jacksonville, IVxap.oneof the Stales of the United Stat *,and out | Lectures in this Institution will commence in<.; to purrha-e any ot the above article, are resjuctfully and di-charze! from the administration of the estate al!!rive f>rms r.fAeri sad sutuziti to the wnnie body and >

tvtUcopy till lit Octoberand send bills to the Of.lieeof oi I his State, so that idinar} JTOCC-HS cantiot be served 1. on MONDAY, l 12th November, ai.d continue invited lo call and prjce them before buyhe ] 01 f Aiohibald Clack dec. ; and aLto a settlement and UII4 :i
Secretary ol St.ite.PROCL.tM.TZuN upon him : //1 is Ihrrtfvif ilterail ami trditrd. four months.j esewh| -re. | linal discharge as AilmimsTafor on the dower allot and thm prevents ..rr ne\, i .1 sr. .n mrtof it'aer maUdiM: ,
of the ( charfd .id bill be 44 f-ftnat >mlnt. ,Vmr,. fttttt, Swoo.i'
That a liearius acts in s n. 7f. t'it
IIY THE on Monday J Theory and Practice, JAMKS Jo'.EsM. I). & Co.corner of Monroe and Jefferson! trteH.Groceries of said Archibald Clack, dec., late of said ( oantv.I I, It cle; ow Os bI..wj. e\ciu>3 the !iivertn healthy cnon. ane
Port in the count of Wakullaat which tune said I the ,tutiiach. mid 2sve' ii ilij M.Bnrelieve* he) bowels "I
:"i.t S. SHEPARDAdmr. p-
I 2 I S.19. I t.
I Fur erx WARRK> STOXE:, M I). i _
defendant and plead or an'wr-rto and torpor and constipaiion.. .u'.axn inttn.tv.ui. ponfr die skin,
may appear
defend again*! said bill. .1nd it ftnthtt nidKI., M. D.Ob April 7th, : 'f't! 1-1 equali'M the circul.au.nj'tlj tn..'..l. j wrfir: >nf eenSe w.uuth!
5-trics and lUea-e cl ) &c. ualyall over Ihe ka.4y. .ir tl the m-Hns.ble Kr-jwrr.iion. t-
That a copy of this order be pnbli .l.od in some one A": "' CENA" M' Just Received I4e1 all!i 'trr; tir: .s .nJ ii, hfnoss. r.ini ti"* n.: ol>vr>tf>.o>. Jinvisonles
of the nevspa ers printed in this Ciicuit once a Women and Children. ( 1 7 RAGS RIO COFFEE, the entire ntrv.m. >,Strut. Is not th.s. then

(veck, for at leavt three mouilix. Anatomy, A. J. WEDPE-NBUI .V, M. 1)). j It J s, jo- St. Domingo A T LKWIS &. AMKS* Drti Store, a fresh snpply The medicine you pre-eminent] need ?

THOMAS OALTZELL, Judge. Malerii Medica and Thera-7/...A. VvrrT, n. *> do. White Java do. New and Valuable Medicines-among; which But r.manyof th<- e lhip? biitrf .f P. TPH n ea
Election of State Senators. Newport, May !12. I)19. peutic-, J- 2 do. Brown lo. do. are the following : itrL.r Thi .,nt lo.tn'-. !..iiit in..t a I..

VACANCY having occurred in ll.p office of A true copy : { EO. L. LRYANT, Cl. rk. Deiiion-Hator Physiology and Pathology, Tno HCAT, M. I D, 2 Ubl*. crushed Sugar, DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE Spran-w; COMPAEDVITII i.f one
A State Senator in the eighth Senatorial District, June 2, 1S-1'. 2':' ol j y. n. LiMfx.MKR.! Jj. j,. 2 P.o\es> Loaf do. BITTERS, tic -nJNEVER
Anatomv, ) Gwhen Butter, IJov, and Pine Apple Cheese, Siipe Dc-igtied for and will Liver Complaint SPOILS.
by the death of Hon. James II. T. Lorimer, and in fine. Dyspepsia,
the thirteenth Senatorial f'.isirict bv the resignation State of Florida.--Monroe County. Clinical instructions vul! be given daily by theI'r.iIsors j |PPrrr Family Flour, Cider, and White Wine Vmeii.ir. Piles -vrotula.! Jaundice-and all kiiulred wbie! the .thr Dot*. : jtt mz jr-mcntt.:, Tnd A'nrrs tt(
in the cxttMLsivc wards of the Charity ; Codtish, lI'Tungs, Chocolate$ Cannes, Sjucta b.tf1ese.rt5inin.I mo!riwri the *>*:r. seia liqai.l einndiiif. >
of Hon. J. ial.o. in the fifteenth diseases re-ultiug from( a disordered stomach imptite
P. Sati'W&ou, Smith Mowry, ) and in the Ampitlieatre. or and 4.Ii.3tii,: other ;..miM ut rot this borr hie rmn>
Senatorial districl b the I Iho.! L .ois Ho-pita I'ii'kl, Almonds, Figs, Table S1t, &c. &.C. Male of blood.IKl. P pound he to Win ,. iciA nH
> icsiicnaticn <4 f r*. V WLI. IN CHANCERY.Jo orll-red the of Practical p.i.nt.te. they'O.'r -- p f
The facilities for iludf Received brig Suwannee, and for sale hMcNAUGHT \ 3trm alrtcity ilueixnl ,.' itn.i U hat ., tK bnltut
Aldrich : // iiihittLy Onltttd, That 1 .intloctitm be seph l.awtnn. ) per ) HULL'S WORM LOZENGES. ir ri i 'iel'la| l
Anatnim, and operative Surgery, are leijr great- it ORMOND. I Iv> nen.it nil km>\% tliii wWa i'ji.l son* in our stnmneVis. -
ed in said districts on Monday, t lie lirit day cfOclobcr 1 appearing to rn'-bvatlidavi! that Joseph l.awtnn, furni-hed fret ol charge. Tlipsafest, most effectual, and pleasant preparation what Hisrhief it I.r..tice3 .' tI.iwncr. fceiirtburn. palpi-
ce\t, to fill said vacancie IT defendant in liietiill fill in the a!>oie cause, irsirtes subject being Newport, March in, isl'i. l lo I before the public, ir the eradication of WORMS, in titi,.n of trie hetrt. liver c..IIPp..unr. Cjirrh'i'L. dv3tery colir.

Jeff. Heir in the body VVh.n ir.'rftirill bnnwir whirhhrmc'n
Thomas the
the stale oj Florid.i, at the Capitol it i ()rlatt1, That! enid defviiddtit appear and an'xr Ticket of oach PiofYssor, 15 .ili Rheam. Erjvpfia -

I fiEAL.J in the City <--f Tglah-w! ; o, Ihissr.il> the said bill wilhtn I the lime prescribed by law, Ticket for Practical Anatomy! 10 Mj' ATTORNEY) COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Will PBF.VENT Consumption, anti CURE all cases of *. White welltnzs.! Fever ? rc4. and nil! nlcerntioasiniern.il -

day of Juno A 0.) !I.itf.!! and 73di otherwise it shall be taken pii ennfesao. It ii further Matriculation kc, ft Ml' piacllce in the Ciic lit Court in each Colds. Asthma, Spitting of| Blood, Pains in the Side, andeiternal It is nutmeg untie; hen Ten. but an and
'Ors.lsrce. which of tfcebudv.
ar of American I Indp '!..dnco.W. Ontfffd, That a copy of this older be publi>h- Diploma; fee, 00 (JO< WILL of the Middle Circ lit. and in the Supreme Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Com inurf tic ies.SOUM.What and; CHU-M"thus srMtN Kheii-uitMiii all! the bnt ftaids a *>or or

1). MOSELEY.Atlc.t ed in some uew p3ppr lu ii.ted! in Ihe Sutc ol Florida Nochaig.' for ittendance on the H'tspital.C.USTAVUS Court and United Slates District Court a plaints. drill tinid. wbi'h insmuttei,. it-elf twtneen the joints *ndet'V

: A. 13. MAxwri.i Sec. $Iate.'j1. 1 once a month lot nine rr.mithii. A. NOTT, M. I D., Dean, Talhl'ase S where imtitin* and inflaming the tiel.caie tissues iip.iiihicb
e.
The Flori.1* Sentiutl 1 Fluiida Repub'iran, .J()' I! LANCASTER, New Orleans, July :<(0, IS-l'.i. Z1)-4w Montitello, January 20, I Js |fS. 2S DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, I demn It acts etl? eircntatiuns St of rerTOU, and, gievvs.nearly alt,,f lh.iMipnnty. ailments of the which bts.4"i iflictboman

Jaconvil1e ews. Ocala Aigus, publuh to day if 1'ey 1Vt, March A. l 1S4'). JudgeSo.Cir.Fa. Well known as a Safe. Ceitain, and Effectual Core mtturv. Vow

election, and let ward accoui.ls to oiiice of l Sicrereta13of Tn fc. F. KIK(;, Sot. for Comp.A Fresh Groceries. %v. S. DILWORTH,] [CARAWAY Snirii for Fe>er anti Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent burt., thisSOLKUNG is it oot n.MT.ble! Ii, ike aadscll. and ,*n&nttnt M"*

State. tittc Ciy! fiuji I tlii- minutes : "I UST receiving from New York and New Orleans and allother Fevers. Pi lee. reduced to Srccnty-Jicf FEILVlF.NTINf ACID COMPOrXD11

June 3U. lS4y. 5rt.HXECUTIVK W. C. MALONT.Y, Clerk. tl n lull and chi'ici.issoiiment rf (Jrocciie-s, con DL)1ic1N] ; Crnl* per I'ox. OF S. P. TOU'NSEND.

April 14. I l"i R} R. L. I HICK, I D.C. sisting ;part of llacon Hams, Sides and Shoulders, ATTORNEYS AT LAW The above Medicines, Mesh and genuine, are for and \et l'.f' woairf i.w h-ive ,t ui;.irr>t UEPAIJTMENT. > sale by LEWIS .t AMES.Tallahas'ee. .wn M ickeral NO. 1 and 2, Candles, S"ap, Flour, Colli-e,
T.4Izhaee.Tunc 20th Id. MONTIUKLLO, I'LOIJIDA.I nt his !lnreror preiartlmn; Vlittaten
IS
) Fa.
Middle Circuit Leon Ltrti 'Ftihjccit Teas Almond Candies. New Or- ,
--- County. ; *, V forhirt thin we h..iil! tie*.! in an article which would
C B ALIt lfa!'.< Stigar, i-C. which I oiler low lit cash. July 7, 1 1S19.|t 27. For certificates of recommendation, and other information !txnr the UHiat di,ttnt ir'suib.anre! t.' S. P. TowDwnd'* arrucle '
Nt-lcctiou it liereLy nrderrd <" 'ie held in the Silas F. Uurney, ) In Attachment.r Stoic removed next door to John W. Atmk-'s. concerning the above Medicinessee future and which h.>olit bnnzd'.wn up.n| the OiH Dr.snrh.. nnmatamliKul

/I. first Div siotioIthe Florida Militia, on the first *. > Sum i-woru lo S O IS-ICK. JOHN McDOUiALL. MKUICAL! NO1ICE. adtertisi merits, aa-1 pamphlets! which may be obtained of complaints! rind rrmnn Imc I Huft I to. ) Rond in l 1GU( (Pt). of the andpurchiivtiubo ha>e UatJ ?. f.Ton n.e.iFiflR3IE.\TL\((>
Monday in October rii-xl.nl the jilares eppointcd Ly June ft 4, l
law fofthedi-clion ol Co jrity OUct-rs. fin a M
General tocomrnaud aid Division, to fill) the vacancy I by notified, of I the I iuMilulion i I ol the above suit, MILLER &. DROKAWSLivery m;. P. Townaend's artine and.) Old Pr. Jacob Towntend's Snr9ik.irill.l -
HSPF.CTFl'LLY that. in
to
and to and plead fo I Ihe declaration 1 1") announces public gent V Drugs Medicines &c. ) Hrekticen tftttr afart. ana rNfi.it.y dttiimfdr.; thll
occasioned the ol Gen. William required appear ,
by resignation & Sale Slablc era! t that he has pennant nlly l located himM-ll p I in they are unlike m every piri-enUr: h.iong notoaa sing!* tbmj
JJailey. filed therein, within the time urexciihrd, !h i\ law. ( ia common.As .
Monticello, Flurid.i, and will be found at all limes, .
WALKER iiGWYNN .c' EDWARD BARNARD JR. i*. T. Tow ,eml Is no doctor and ichfiinit. D
And an clerfion 'n hereby trderrd to LP LrTd in TM.LAIISM.K, FIRIDA.rI unle<4 proffstionally rngased. Strict attention will never w.
tlie fcrond I iiicn tl.e Militia i tl.ellr May 2'i 1S1!>. 21 AlijVfor! ITlT. : no pnsrn.nri'iZknvs utl nx.re of mediciDe of dU
of Florida I ,
; ; MI ii HE I subscnbe-rs have n o\ed up t > t their lit t.j'rr efJ. f be paid to all professional calls. ___._ TJ.S received, by the late arrivals, a ease than any other common, unscientific. unj olessional man
t Monday' of Oft<.b< r next, at the plsco appoint brick Stables, ai.d take t Ibis opportunit} tn in* May 5, IS I1.'. 1MMOX -* addition to his stock of GENUINE whit guarantee can the public have that they a.re r.rrsflt afenu.ne
< d by law lor the < Urtion ef Conntv Gfl.ci-r*. frt Florida Middle Circuit.IN V DRUGS AND MEDICINES all ot ; scientific mnlicine rontuniral! the virfiesol the
,
fffrn their friends arid t Ibe public generally of I Ihe articles n.et V
in prrnarinciL and whirhire iabe! of ehsnzrtwhirh
General con.manrl said Division fill the V mc*|
to
JVJajor to CADSDHN'; CIIiCUIT COURT. fact!, Being thanklul lor t Ihe. libi-ial! patronage I llu-\ TOWI.E. MARIANO D. PAP\ which are ot'rood quality, loir for Cash.Als ni'ght reuikrr the,,, the AUE.\TSuf InseasetnMeaJof
\acancy occasioned by the icsignationol Gen James ,,, m l hand a general assortment of the following hen 1th.Uut .
V

Archibald McPhaller, Guardian -} have hertlofore receire-d, they solicit a continuance TOWLE &. PAPY
W'IMIelseshonld thin
G. Cooper. which warranted viz herxperted from one whf>kni>w m>
RgiTflrlfi Bat of TlmtnaVilk*, ATTACHMENT : ol I he same, and pledue tbeniselvt-s to spare no pains are genuine, : ; Ciunp.irativel of niedicme, ,.r i| seat Itrnjmre a Iers..G
Officers commanding IJrifraden I nnd Counsellors
a' at Law
JlKorhrfi Houck's Panecea Rowan.l's
Improved Tonic Mixture ,
r*. .Sum sworn lo ijllO. for I lie acccmmodatii'u ol t hose who ma\. pat >ethem. el s..un experience U> rook ar.d .erve upv -n a ci.nniHin tletenliinil.
ions and within the Slateare j .
Compaiiii hereby icuircd John Johnson. j jr t Their Stables aie, Httiated! (all Washington formed an association l lr the Practice Wistar's i.d.saru of Wild Cherry, Brandreth's How much more iniHr-irt| is it that the persons wbo man
<) to carry into effect (Isis (eider \Mthni the I limits HAVING Pills Sherman's Celebrated Cathaitie Mfacture medicine. dcsiEned ,l.ir;
HE 'fondant ami all others inleicsted will lake S of theirresptriivc cotuiuaiids atid mike rclurns sToMAcHS AXD Tf.STT.KTO.TO> SYSTEM
for comfoit ami! convenience be Middle i Ciictiit, ( of Florida and i the District) Worm, Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland'sCelebrated
cannot Couitof
they I
to law. note of the commencement of this biiit by attachment surpassed in h'.nld AH >w well the iuiticst l in..vues. of plants the he't
according
W. D. MOF.LEY. and appor and plead to Ilindeclaration filed bv anY Stables! ID the Southern countiy. the U. S at Tallahassee. All bumin.ssentru5tcd Feverand! Ague Remedy, Lucenia Cordial.Thompson's manner if e.--irin and ?ronrenlraim their b.ti.s *inuf

iu this case- R. i E.: GIRSON, November IS. 1S1*,. IS to their care will receive pioinpt' attention. Eye Water, McMunns Elixir of Opium, al!,o an exteni.vr. k n-i-.vledse of the -..n..us creases wInch aifwl
fjCJAll the papers in the Slate publish until day Sands Sarsaparilla, Turner's Fever and Pills P the banian s>stein, an.: hw to nd tpt remedies, to these diea"Ii
OiFiccin he Ague ,
{&: I
Capitol.Ftbiuary
c>ftlclion.. May I'J!, 1S13 20 Ally of PlflT. is to arretl irauui uyuu 'he unli.riiiiiate. t> poiir balm. m"
LEWIS & AMES 17 I1-10. 7w. Tyler's ditto, Gordon's RiUious and Anti-Dyspeptic. wounded >
June 30 <* I humanity tn kin.i! lu, <> in he iiepainn bosoni. B
1S49. 2 i. Pills Beckwitirs Pills Peters restore health and I | and bm-
-- Anli-Dyspeptic and > IHMU. and .e.r :ifi the emptied
ICE ICE IIAMI.S: IN Spencer's Pills, and i* Agent for S. P. Townsend's ken. and t..b-uiuh mlirm't that Ol.l, l>i{ \iiuTOU"\sE>Jhn >
: GAITHER BURGESS & CO SOUGHT au FUU.VlJ; thru au* W brip:
THE GALPIN HOUSE. REGULAR supply of I this) desirable article will DRUGS) ; MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, celebrated SarsjpariH i. in quart bottles, at jSI per ''hui opjioruii.t) dOs ni

N E W N A N S VI L L li 1' L () R IDA. A be kept at the Rail Road Di-pol in the course Toilet Articles, Perfumery, if., \Viiitow! b'lass Rcccivins, Fonvarding &; Commission bottle. AUo.Miperit.r Lemon Syrup, prepared from Grand Universal Concentrated
of next %%eck. Those v\ishin the article will PtI.NTKICtt' linfMUS P'lie Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable for the liriiicily
AMI COLORS,
) -.j; THE public are informed that the uG.i.- pleasu procure their Tickets at t the Drug Store of E.BARNARD It Autliarirs' Class \Vai <', tVr.ri sick or ordinary use than that usually sold, London within the reach.and ti, the know IrU e fad wh' need tt.th"1
;ii IV IIou-i;" is "ovv ll ned 'for Ihe leceptionof [ Jn. Ire will be delivi-ied at the RailRoad Porter, &.C., &.c. they ui.iy leurnand know. bj ,vtul; experience., it<
iIii| | Kabo\o constantly hand for sale the
on and a- -ALSO----- transcendent flea I.
loarders! and) Travellers, and they may Depot until 7 o'clock, innlin tmcaxeu'tHil beileliterrtl JL lowest market June in. ISts. 47 luxver to
lest as>>uied there will be no pains spared in making without Tick the prices. Lrc lers in Western Produce
< tjerHons isI.ing(; article LF.WIS: & AMF.3. j/yiJARUKLsTRIMF. PORK, ; $oltI \vliolesale! and retail by

them comfortable as far as in the power of the Pio will please lake notice of thin. The price delivered Tallahassee, Novunbtr 20), Ibl7. IS C'2 Poydras Street, New Orleans. J.\J 5 casks bacon Shoulders, THOMPSON. SKILLMAX & CO..

)>rietor todo HO. His stables are new and in first at the Depotis 3 cents per Ib. Tickets for Feb. 3%, 1813. .". DmGKO. ) 5(1( liSl. St. Louis and Western Flour, York.

rate older, and a first rate osller always in atten .r Ibs. will be issued.A Confectionery and Bakery. 5 Sacks Rio ('riffle. 102 Nassau street, New

dance.N. stna.l supply of Ice will bi at E. Rarnard'a, W.' UUTCHINS Liquors ol'all kinds. Jut received and for sale by And by LEWIS & AMLS. .
D. Private apartments alwavs furnished for la where a Ticket for 5 Ib*. will piocure1 4 Ibs. Ice. '. !NDON would mini in his friends and. GEO. II. BESTWICK. Tallahassee i)

dies. GEO/M. GALPIN. Those wanting Ice in large quantity, for patties, I the. pub.it generally. t that he has, on hand, and AUCTIONEER Tallahassee June 12, IS Itt. Age nrs,

Ncwnansville June 23, 1610.-25: Proprietor.DHLS. &,c., will please bond their orders to Mr. Nash, at is constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kid, April 21 1SJO. ItJ- Iv __

the Depot, I wo or three dz8 before it will be cal mcb au : T.lLI-llLiSSKK.: : FUl.

9 1 St. Louis Flour led for, tm I that it may be ul hand if possible. Pni'PF.RMINT, LKMON DROPS. RISER TO Just Received, Blacksmithing.G t

._..iLJ.: 20 bbls. Cincinnati, Flour, Tlitfiriiiripal Depot in tit *\lrirj>ort, w heie if ran CINNAMON LEMON CANDY, Messrs. II. BOND, J. W. AIUJYLK, I). C. \VIL-O.F. \, nr.R SCHR. TALLAHASSEE, alar eand fresh 001), substantial, and cheap flck5huithm0g occupied

30 Whikkey be old iii iicd in any quantity j by applying t to \1 r. WINTKIiGKEEN! I5AHLEV CANDY, II. Fn iT. J. HOHSO.N and J. T. AHCHER. J supply ol Mti ar-cuicd Ham!>, plain Hams, Rice, all kind done at the Shop near my Stable,

OOOlbs.Hacon Sidei, I.4NIEr. LAnD, 1IOARHOUND ; March 10, NI 19.!) 10 Flour, Hacon Sides, Lard, &c. All of which! will be last year bv Miller & Brokaw.

50) () lbs. Shoulders, Tallahassee, June ?, IS40. 22 Anti various others, among them several that are sold! at the very lowest rates for cash only. January 20, IS 19. 3 AA.F1S1IE

600 Ibs. Hams. For Sale tow by'I useful tor colds and coughsand) in prepared tomamiI I.iinl I'or Male, GEO. U. HESTWICK: ,

S. S. KNIGHT. S. S. KNIGHT! I act u re any, and all kinds that may bu ordered, Lothultolrtale Corner ol Monroe and Jefferson streets. S. S. Knight
A l'I1lE C HA vV C K!
July 7th,1649. 27 and retail. May I'', ISl'). ID continue business h'n old sland, where
Wholesale & Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer, He is also prepared to carry on Making'in all its rglHEland! known as the "Overstte-et Tract," 9 WILL wait such ot his friends n eheretofore

Notice.SIX branches, from t lie plain Loaf of Ri end, lo i ihe moat -B- miles north of Tallahassee, near the Thomas- Great hopes on promiin *-
Real ,
TALLAIIAHSKK, IXOIMDA. Bargains-- Estate. extended so liberal a patronage
uiile Cukes und Pies. Paities and the ville load adjoining Guv. Hianch's
ex< plantation
| public containing
Months after date, I Khali apply to lie Judge that all shall have good articles zair Prices'
KEEPS constantly on hand,and others for sale at a can ah%a)s accommodated by giving finely notice 7 or NX' acre Will be sold low, and! on TWILL sell my plantation, 610 acres, one mile
Loon
Probates of County for a final sctlle.tncnt April 17
p S advance on cost, for cash, all the standard at tIe Bakery and Confectionary on Jclf.-non street, salis-factory terms lo one wishing to purchase. For Tallehycsee, finely watered, more than 2'3lSt9.

of Townsend my account and as Daniel administrator Townsend of the Eotatesof aiticlei) in his line. Flours of approved qualilien !- opj osile the .Indian Jliwin of 11. If. Jitny, llsq.t fuither particulars apply to E liarnard Tallahassee, one half standing in timber, rich hamm ok, at $t.uo; .

Jesse deceased, -Sugar*. CotWa.! Teas, Bacon, Hams, Poik, TallahasseeDec. 16, ISJH. '?>> or DANIEL LADD, New Pert. per acre. Also, my house, and Jnls in Tallahassee, Pure Sulphate of Quinine d
di from
the
and for a final ctiarpe administration of Soap, CandIes, Lard, and all irnilar arlcle| -to.Hlher Jan. 13, 1819. 2 If for $1,500.< Turns-One third Cast..,the balance in subscribers have on hand two bundrd0( '

these estates. All persons inleie,led Mill take notice with Fruit. Iriih Potatoes, Onions, ruts, Spring and Summer Clothing. two e iual annual installments nom 1st January, THE ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,whiCu ..

accordingly. Kaisins, Figs, Almonds, and all other arlicleiujually 1Afti A 8TII.K51AN Liverpool Salt. lS-10. JOHN P. DuVAL. have obtained direct from the manufacturers, an
are receiving
BENJAMIN now a
MANNING Adm'r.JamesT.
.
found in similar efclablishtnents. C select I ) ECEIVED Schooner Bet Air, May 5, IS.I'J. IS they will warrant it to be a superior articleVe -
Archer Esq., is toy A Kent to attend small, but assortment ol SPRIKG AND per Lucy IJLke.r.OO Sacks a Drt Mcdi-
I 4 fj- Store door above G. H. Monroe have of Drug
next Mrginnisa', on IX \ enlarged our stock
to all matters connected with the administration of SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a few art i- Liverpool Salt. For sale by '10 ex ..ecincsbv
B. M. street. des, such asDrllla JOHN DENHAM. Tin recent arrivals, and are prepar .
lhie* estates. Apiil 23, 1849. 17 ly Newport 3IstMarcliISlO. Manufactory. orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or rei
2S 1819. 20-1mTUST Drap d'Ktc, ,
July engased additional workmen the term .
we are on most accommodating
Catdimerettes Mar ellle kc. HAVING thee
,
: : TQbaccos.A Pickled Mullet. to fill all orders in our line in a We have also a few accounts, yet cine to us tor
received from New Orleans, NefT'i Sugar Suitable to manufacture, and lobe disposed of for prompt and satisfactory manner. All orders from IS 17. They are generally in small

J Cured Sides and Shoulders, (a new article.) Suc&r FULL supply manufactured Tobaccos,just received CASH, and CASH ONLY, at moderate profit ; and BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED! MULLET, of the country will receive immediate attention. A year but if the whole could be paid shortly._ i itvoU, b

Cured Hams, 30 bblo. Flour. &c For sale by and for wale byMcNAITCIIT would cordially invite their old lends and customeis eJ the first catch, and in fine order liberal discount given to merchants and dealers I far towardsjiquilatingCeitamflSUmS'

. JOHN McPOUGALL. & ORMOND to rail and purchase. l'nrsalelow by McNAUGHT( & ORMOND. T WHITER CO ICAMFS..

' July 7, tS1. 27 Newpoif Mir -h <0, 1619 jo Tallahaisec, Maich 17 Ibl9. 11 Newport, November 25, ISIS. lrj June IS ID n I April ?rt 'St., -II


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