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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: September 1, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY IAIWELL & IIILTON. 1'ALLAIIASSEE, FA., SATUlU'>.AIy, 'SEPT lILB R, -1, 1849.: VOLUME[ I---NO. 34. 1 ?

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J n IE !L JM f?: ;J round, and eyed me with an expression of iur. gal assistance: will no.doubf."c" necessary, 1nderldned 1. in a different in from that used .worm; and Isawthat the mudererVa5 who have for a time been red astray, doubt'
vied! alarm, which at the time surprised me and 1 am sure that I do not err in by the"
---- expecting writer of the letter.
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--- -- :: -- not in the dock, but on the bench Oh, ihe motives which actuated1the sire ? Tho ,
x JnE."CES: I not a little.U All is over, :\1 rs. Bourdon," that you will aid me in bringing to justice the The my
the
: OF A BARRISTER surgeon deposed! to cause of death. lord, think of what do-pause ere Van Uurens are not abolitionists, not demo. i*
,, said I, finding; she did not speak\ ; and your murderer of Mary Uawdon It had: been brought on by the action iodine wel )01
--:- I you incur ; 'for be assured, crats. Their designs are now revealed. And *
is probably needed by Miss J i Armit- A pressure of his hand the on1answrr.. which fearflllmzad
TH1 MOTHER -AND SON. I presence was administered in certain quantities, that for all these things will also bring what true democrat will now 'follow their lead '
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age.: A flash of intelligence, as I spoke, I shall\) call {for; you at ten o'clock," said he, produced symptoms as of rapid suchas Go
I atrophy, you to judgement into the of the Giddingscs and [Hales ?
Dinner hid been over about half an hour passed between the pair ; but whether indicative as he put me down at my.own door. I bowed, had appeared in Mrs. Armitage. The He ceased, and sank back exhausted. Hisfervid W- il'okf ramp our br-lljren to compose their rr' I
for of grief or joy, so momentary was the and the carriage drove off."Well : glass: bottle founl in the recess contained: io
one Sundaynfternoon only day yearson declamation a considerableimpression difierences be and so I
adinner glance, I should have been puzzled to deter. ," said I, as Dr.) Curteis and Mr. dine in a puh-cnsed state. produced ; generous forbearing
which 1 had been able to enjoy upon Ihe auditory)' ; but it soon far an individual opinion is concerned ; and
-and I wa: l leisurely sipping a glass of wine, mine. The housekeeper immediately left the -, the eminent surgeon entered. the libra.ry I deposed that, on entering the library on disappeared before the cairn impressive again rally on 111p old i platform I of democracy ,
room, keeping her as she pasted, t fixed at :Mount\ Place the following morning, after the : I '
eyes previous overheard
when a cairiage! drove rapidly up to the door, pven.ng young ;Mr. charge, of the judge: who reassured the star- which is the only party truly deyotrr to reform .

a loud rattan followed, and my friend, Dr. upon me with the same nervous apprehensivelook a long absence. Bourdon, addressing his mother say': Now tled jury, by reminding them that their duty. progress, and liberty.- 1.
"
which had before irritated Dr. Curteis As I the doctor vith that it :
anticipated, replied is done
recall
p past I will shrink :
Curteis, II my great surprise, was announced. not was to honestly execute the law, not to dispute M
The man followed more slowly. He a choking voice : "she has been poisonI !" from be
young any consequences, they chat Ion.l"'f"
"I hanj called said the Doctor they about its jus'ice. For he said,
as we was a tall and rather handsome youth, apparently I started to my feet. And the murderer ?1" may !" llimself the the Tmt6.
rhook hands: "to ask you to accompany me about two and t of "Our still\) Bourdon This tie sustained by a pure quite HOW TO Spirit'i ,?-A CANVASSING m'
one or twenty }ears suspicions point to young !! wa!' sulstanco of tile evidence ad
Place. willing to incur the hazard hinted: at by the
Mount I have received hurried !
to : just a ;
His hair black and his dark but the of both mother and diced and SK.rCI.BY
age. was as jet, ; persons son ; tie magistrate at mice comrniUl.dIfr "
prisoner. After careful and luminous **
a
notefrom \ that her sum
:Miss Armitage, stating THE VOt'X t. t'N.
were singular brilliancy ; but the expression have been secured. \ d Bourdon to Chelrnsford
eyes jail to take his
mother after a very brief illness!, is rapidly ming up, the jury, with very slight deILl'ra. In the '36 semiweekly i
trial we published a
I thought, was scarcely a refined or "Apart ?1"t at the nit assize for willful murder." tion, returned verdict of lear .

sinking that ,o'a rand requesting my attendance,as well" highly: intellectual one. His resemblance to Yes ; and I have despatched a servant to A coroner's hquisition a few days after also As the words a passed the"Guilty.lips of the foremanof literary journal in the city of Detroit, and 4i 4t

as legal gentleman, immediately. Mrs.I Bourdon, whose son indeed he was:, was request the presence of a neighbor-a county returned a verdict of wilful murder" the at the commencement of our career out thar'i t i t
against jury, a shriek the
piercing through
Mrs I exclaimed s
Armitage inexpres.sibly him rang we employed local travelling -one :'. I
very striking. Ho bowed slightly but courteously ma istrate-I I expect him momently. on the same evidence. court. It I agent
from tall
(
in black
proceeded
61ICrkt'd.'h its; a figure ,
scarcely more he closed the door After brief consultation all three directed About hour John fellow of infinite tact in his business "
to after
as an equal, as a we an his committal, and jm.tprcnms who with 1a
than that I her at the closely drawn veil, had sat motionless .
a brtnight/ I met
ago and I was left to the undisturbed enjoyment of our steps to the summer house, which lo the arrival of the vehicle whichwas I ordinarily one of the merriest, hap
brilliant during the trial before the dock. I
Uochforr in health and spirits. : just i
44 y own reflections, which, ill-defined and indistinct contained young IJounlon's laboratory. In to convey him to the county prison, Al It the mother. The instant piest, best natured bipeds we ever jet met
Evci. so. But will ? \a prisoner's next
you accompany mo but the itself of discovered fred! IJou-don with. John had of obtaining subscribers ,
as they were, were anything pleasant room nothing importance rerrej ted an interview with me. she : way
and
I don't kiow where to find else for the rose throwing back her veil,
and time any" ) one. company. My I reverie was: nl I length in. ; but in min enclosed: recess! ,vlnrliwo I vcry reluctantly c.jjiseiiirxl but stet-Jedas I wildly exclaimed, He is innocent innocent peculiarly his own, and his success was t f
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moment presses. tcrrupted by the entrance of the doctor, with broke open, we found a cmiou ly.fashioncd was ag inst him, I could not avoid feeling I I tell ye 1 alone-"' proverbial. If he undertook ,to get a man's I i
"It isan probably, rather than a I II name and HIOUKJ, *-.... .
attorney the announcement that the carriage was in glass bottle half full iodine. I drcadfuly shocked at the change: which so Mother mother for love Heaven be Kuriscnpiion the issue where a 1"had resolved .
barriste1, that is needed but tinder the cir- was no dodging -
; waiting to re-coincy us to town. "This is it !" said )1 r. ; "and in a briefanintervtl had wrought upon him. It silent !I shouted the prisoner with I'antic'c- thc

cumstatces, and knowing her as I do, I can. We had journeyed several miles on our powdered state too-just ready for mixing had done the wnk of}-ears. Despair-black, hemence, and stretching himself over John upon thing.
was a powerful man,
not hesate.| I. before word either oT with other available disolvrnt." utter despair-was written in lineament toO lrgp standing
We return a wafpol.en! by brandy or any every front of the dock, as if grasp and restrainher. six feet three in -and he feared no-
sere soon bowling along at a rapid ,
us. :My companion was apparently! more The powder had somewhat the appearance ofhis excessive countenance. .
aid( in little tiling in the performance of his duty at limes f
than hour reachedthe ;
more I
pace residence an situated in the painfully: preoccupied than 1113 self lie was, offinc black-lead. Nothing:;fu it her of any consequence I I 441 ha'c requested! to see you," said the "Innocent, I tell you !" continued the wo. when a resort to the "tricks of his trade" were 1 {
dying lady's '
however, the first to break silence. The being' observed: we returned to the i unhappjciilprit: ) ,"rather than Dr. Curteis because man. 1-1 I alone am the guilty person 't
I he home and his
bf, Essex and ever "at
distant about miles, was ,
county : ten necessary
emiiaciatedcurpse: we have just left little rcsem- house, where the magistrate had already arrived lit, I knav, i is bitterly prejudiced against r was I alone that perpetrated the deed and address !
from London. Wo countenance capital
entered and mimicry smiling ,
together- tiles the beautiful for whose smiles m<*. bit vill not refuse I think the solemn 9
gay girl you! knew it not, suspected it not, till it !was too .
friends 'i
made him almost '
Dr. Ctrteis the always scores
in ,
leaving
me library,
pro. and 1 shoot each Alfred Bourdon first brought\ in and t cf for .
you were once disposed to was ; ropiest a dying: man- a dyingman late. Here, she added, drawing a sheet of
ceded it t the sick chamber. About at first sight. But John occasionally encountered
: once to ither." The doctor's voice trembled, with he having: been duly cautioned that he was I feel( nrself:: be-however long or paper from her 'bo=om, hore is my confession 1

ten minutes afterwards the house-keeper, a emotion, and his face, I perceived, was paleas not obliged to answer any question, and that short tie intemi which stands between me I with each circumstance detailed." a tough customer. '
tall handsome You call thatA ? exclaimed
and rather
foeign.Iooking, marble. what he did say would be taken down, and, and the scafiuU. It is not with a childish I As she waved it over her head, it was paper a

womancame into the room and announced Mary Uawdon," I remarked, lives againin if necessary, used against him, I proposed the !hope tlat any insertion of mine can avail snatched by her son, and as lightning rough t big-fisted fellow, derisively, one morning /
swif where
that thedoctor wished ShN in colTee house John
to see me. was I a was can
her daughter." following questions : fore (the. tribunal of the law against \' IJC'I torn to shreds. She is heed her not,
and I observed trembled like vassing.
deadly pile T an :. "Yes; her very image. Do you know,'' Have: you the lay of your laboratory? adduce! this diy, that I, with all the believe hernot!" He at the same time shouted "
motioned her and i I do said John
,
to quietly.
aspen. precede me ; continued: he. speaking with rapid energy, "I No the door is always open." t ty befitirig! a nan whose days are numbered, at the top of his powerful voice, She is distracted Wcl '
she led the I d the
out
withunsteady bully.
Sogreat steps her, immediately that twice suspect :Mary\ Rawdon-:Mrs.\ Armitage, I Well, then, of any door or cupboard: in declarcto>> youlhat I am wholly innocent of the -mad Now, my lord, your sentence And get must responded subscribe !"

way. was agitation, would say: -has been foully, treacherouslydealt the room? crime kid touiy charge. I have no such ex- Come !" you toocorno
in the stairs she saved herself "Nut's knows continued the other
from ascendiig only : with." At this question his face flashed: purple : he lfcttic ; I Iil'ek only that you, in pity of The tumult and excitement in the court no you 01. .I
falling the bannister stieerirfgly. a I
by grasping railing. started with and) There is 110"- and ants fate should ni's humbug
The I drniv from the exhibition of I amazement; yet the an. stammered, abruptly I untimely convey lo language which I can employ would conveyan I That i
prosige nouncoment hut embodied and gave color to paused. IH'r'flm I lave madly presumed to worship t adequate impression of. As soon as cairn paper yourn.
such ovenowering emotion in one whom I Come, now, fine fellow, that won'tdo I
my own ill-defined and shadowy suspicions. Do I understand you to say there is this ms!ag,* : .\lfrec Bourdon was mad, was partially restored, Mrs. Bourdon was my
knew hive been
to long not only in the fecr- added not little He
I Good heavens HowBy whom ?" no cupboard or place of concealment in the but n< blood) guilty ; and] of the crime laid to taken into custody ; the prisoner was removed our agent, a pifucd. ., I
but the
vice, it confidence of Mis.\ Armitage, always stiod straight( for the "Thato'
Unless I am greatly mistaken, she has room !" his oarge he is innocent as an unhornchild' and the court adjourned, of course, without ( up paper.' I
was soon on firmed by Dr. Curteis, whom we talk ain't just the thing, friend/
my contin'I
been in the of such '" No here is the .
poisoned by an adept use : key. passing sentence.It
met com lt out of the chamber: of the expiring ued John, for there were several
patieit. destructive agents." "Has any one had access to the cupboardor "he pure and holy passion, young man," was even as his mother said Subsequent : persons I
Mrs.[ Bourdon ?" of which this is the said ) somewhat startled' his present.
recess key, exceptyourself by ilpresbh'cmaner investigations, aided by her confessions, "
"Step his way, said he, addressing\ me, 'I say it's a hum, persisted the fellow ;
"
and leadiig to an adjoining .- No ; by her son. At least!! my suspicions ? fJ\\'e"cr presumptuous, as (.1 as so- amply proved that the fearful crime was conceived "an'Jou're another."
apartment.We
.. do lot require attendance, Mrs. point that way. She is probably cognisant The young man shook as if smitten with cal onsiderations are concerned, it might be, and perpretrated by her alone, in the As the off this last remark, he i
your stranger got
JJourdonaid. he of thc crime. But in order that lOU should ague ; his lips chattered, but no articulate by wich you effect to be inspired, is utterly franlic hope securing for,her idolised son the
as soon as we reached it, the canvasser instantly, and ofier-
understand the which sound them. incotistent with the cruel, distardly crime of hand of MISS She approached \
to the hou!keeper, who had swiftly followedus grounds upon my conjectures escaped aud/orlune; Armitage. had cd some unmistakenble demonstrations of a !
and nor stood staring with in are principally founded, I must'!; enter You need not answer the question," said I whio such dairning evidence has an hour often been present with him in his laboratory, beligerent character.

the doctor', face as if life and death eager; hung eyes on into a short explanation. Mrs. Bourdon, a the magistrate, unless lot choose to do so. I sinctbeen given"- and had thus become acquainted with the uses John measured his customer a moment I

his lips. (lave the goodness to leave us," woman of Spanish extraction, and who formerly gain warn you that all you say will, if necessary "1J no more, sir," interrupted Bourdon, to which certain agents could he put. She had he advanced, and drawing back, he coolly a 1

he added artl)., perceiving the did not Mir, I occupied a much higher position than she be used against you." sinklg, back in his scat, and burying his facein purloined the key of the recess, and he, unfor- knocked the insolent fellow down very, then

but continud her fearful scrutinising glance. does\ now, has I lived with :Mrs. Armitage from No one," he at length gapped; masteringhis Ii hands : "it were a bootless errand ; tunately to prevent the perpetration of the grasping the rowdy by the throat- t'J''
the period oilier husband's death, now about the oil'l not, in the face of that evidence be- crime had by accident discovered the
She started l his altered tone, flushed crimson. hesitation }by a strong exertion of the will mere Is my paper a humbug ?" asked John. !

and then filed to a chalky whiteness, and sixteen years ago.: Mrs.I Bourdon has a son, -44 no one can have had access to the place! lievc myunstipported assertion I were as abstraction of the poison. His subsequent declarations Yes-cuss your pictur !"

muttering, 1ft the apartment a tall, good looking fellow enough, whom you but myself. I have never parted with the well, poiaps, she did not. And yet, sir, it is had been made for dftermin- It is, eh ?" continued the agent, bringing '
"
"The danger of her mistress has bewildercd may have seen. key." hard to be trampled into a feon's grave, ed purpose of saving his mother's life at the the fellow a on the side of the sconce "
rap
He was in the library with his mother loaded 'ith the maledictions: of whom sacrifice of his
her,'" remaiked. asI Mrs.\ Bourdon was now called in. After own which astonished him immensely/ is-is '

"Perhaps so," remarked Dr. Curteis.- I entered it after lea\'ing.Jou." interchanging a glance of intense! agony, and, you wool coin your heart to serve and bless The wretched woman was not reserved to it ?" and again he cuffed him vigorously"I-and t tlieu ,

44 He that as i i-may, Mrs. Armitage is beyondall \h Well, hem This boy, in his moth. as it seemed to mine, of alfccilonatc: Intelligence; I 1.1 dr'bo L.inltI.; ivlulct; '''PI/.r .jf..; ..1 !Inf.r.{ .tl>.jnctrw; of hnr rntintrj 'I'hp anon and umti tb bully began !

human he,\. In another hour, !the will er's opinion-but that perhaps is somewhat with her son, she calmly answered the questions I streame through (his firmly closed finge.s hand of Go smote her ere the scato!!was to believe: he bad"F.n commenced operations upon i
conceive the unutterable bitterness she smitten
"' to her. They were unimportant, ex lOU cinot prepared lJr ; was frenzy,
be as we say, n. more. excusable-exhibited early indications of hav. put the wrong individual.
ofic \vh:cb rends the heart of him and died in the Lunatic
Metropolitan 1
raving
*41 feared so. What i is the nature of her ing been born a' genius.' !Mrs.\ Armitage, cept the last, and that acted upon her like a gal- pang 44 I my paper a hum 7" I
that he is but Alfred! Bourdon after Imprisonment
not
who fes only despised, Asylum. lengthy j
van- shock. It was thisDid ever shrieked the
disorder ?1" who had: been first struck by the beauty of the c you -n- -no/ fellow at
loathedhated, execrated, by her whom his was liberated. He called
on me,
with the I
A rapid I informed. child the notion struggle jonrsoii on landing leadingto last. :
wastitg away, as am gradually acquiied I same ;
soul idhes'! Mine was no boyish, transient by appointment, a few days to leav- i
the bedroom of the deceased for the previous "
The What kind of
i is it
?
appearance 'enteu are those of a and the result was, that he was little by little pusscs a paper
person expiring ofaTophy, or extreme cmacation. im'ested-with at least her tacit approvalwith which had found in the stren"itned with ran}' strength. My I life has hands a small pocket.IJible on the flyleaf of "
: the privileges supposed to be the lawful we recess.A 44 Yes you do, said John, raising his huge !
been \Vt\ one long dream of her. that w hich was written one word "Ellen." His dim ,
"Indeed.I Ant so sudden too ?1" inheritance of such gifted spirits ; namely, slight scream escaped her lips ; and Al mailer over the other's head, in a threatening
sonad) drunk in of' in the with of its old fire
) beauty
lighted up something
Yes. I am .ad you come, although your the right to be as idle as he pleased-geniuses; th 'n she stood rigid, erect, motionless, glaring I earth my ( rd heavens-the light of setting\'isillo suns eye it glanced 01 the characters ; he then closed as attitude,"and grinning a ghastly smile-" ye& j

J professional bt-rvio-g"\vill not, it seems, be Imocan, according-to the popular norloll I alternately at me and at the fatal: bottle you do.
jou of the silver the breath of book (
the radace stars- the placed i\ in his bosom, and wavingme
teq'Jired-11 nei hboing;; attorney having: performed ( attain conceivable amount ofknowl- with eyes that seemed! starling from their Wai, le' me up"said the victim
I 'o with all which
we farewell I he durst
together mute
'>wer a saw not trust
the necessary: duty FOiiirthing, 1 beJieve edge per kallum; at a bound-and to ei.alt him. sockets. I glanced towards the on ; he was flnme celestial seemed himself I'll let you up, when you answer me."
ima"intif purityand I
relative to the vilf of the dying lady. self in the stilts of his own conceit above the also affected in a terrible manner. His | grace speak-hastily departed. never I tel you I dun' no."

We will speak fuith-ir \together by and [by.- useful and honorable pursuits suited to the station : knees smote each other, and a clammy per. to mime iiier* The incarnated violence,of con his cntre emotions and choked combined saw him more. hI I say you do," responded John, and again

In the meantime," cuitiiued. Dr. Cuteis, witha in which: Providence had\ cast his lot.- spiiation burst forth and settled upon his pal- his!'ferance ; and deeply and painfully af- -4t Take care of the pennies ; the pounds lie raised that fearful fist, and showed his glistening w

perceptible tremor ii his voice, "it will do The Iruit of such training soon !showed itself. id forehead. hastened from his Mill tak care of thenlaselres.-Pleasantly-- ( teeth. 1

neither of us any harnr0 witness the closing Young Bourdon grew up) a conceited and csfcentiallyignorant Again: I caution," you reiterated the mag.istratc fected;. presence. trated in an engraving I have somewhere Y--ye-yes !" shouted the stiflerer. r

scene of the life of Muty\ Uawdon, whom you puppy, capable of nothing "that yoi are not bound to answer Titf sped as ever onwards, surely, silently seen ofan elderly gentleman seated at his desk What kind of a paper is it. then ? Tel I

and I twenty years ago'vorshippPd; as one of but bad verses, and thoroughly impressed with any of these questions." ; ,aw justice with her feet of lead, but hands near an open window, through which: a me, or Il smash every bone in your ugly .

the gentlest and most beautiful of beings with but one important fact, which was, that he, The woman's lips'' moved.: No-never !" of ira, closed gradually upon her ()tarr '.- draught of wind is sending a scattered bundle skin." *

which the Creator ever traced his universe.It Alfred Bouillon was the most gifted and the she almost inaudible gasped, and fell tense AlfreRourlon was arraigned before a jury of bink: notes, while he is clutching a pile of ,It's aan"Quick -"

will be a peaceful partiig. Come." most ill-used of all God's creatures. To i less on the floor. of his;ouutrymen, to answer finally to the coppers. It is a dangerous maxim, and, for !"

Just as, with lIoi less fottsteps, we enteredthe genius, in any intelligible sense of the term, accusaon of wilful murder preferred againsthim. l fear of accidents, shoed ever walk arm in. It's a goo-good-fuss rate one. Now, t.

silent death chamber: the last rays of the he has in truth no pretentious. Ho is en As soon as she was removed, Jane ,ritll.crs I arm with Don't save at the spigot and loseat Ie'! me uf/'

setting sun were failing upon the tigure of dowed, however, with a kind of a reflective was called. She deposed that three days Thet'idcnce, as given before the committing the hung." .A few fmve-cent pieces penuriously .Not yon subscribe,old fellow." 1
Ellen Armitage who knelt in speechless talent which is often mistaken fools for she before dusk "I iron'You / !" ;'
by previously, as was, just arranging npistrate, and the coroner's inquisition l cherished may cause many a heartburn
agony by the bedside of he: piling parent- creative power. The morbid fancies and some linen in a room a few yards was neated with some addition of passion- in the end, and ho who adopts it as a rule of won't ?" exclaimed John, looking 1 l ii

and faintly lighting up the pale, emaciated, melancholy scorn of a Byron, for instance: : distant from the bedroom of her late mis ate exx'ssions used by the prisoner indicative conduct, runs a risk ot earning the application loggers at the prostrate hero, while he grated I 'I

sunken features lithe so\ lately brilliant, court. such a gentry reflect back from their foggy i tress, she, was surprised at hearing a noise out. ol desire to be avenged on (the deceased of Bishop Earl's sentence ;-" !He will redeem his teeth like a mad cattlnount-ant thrashed

ed Mrs. Armitage Hut for t the ineffaceable! imaginations: in exaggerated and dU'orleu I side the door, as of persons struggling and te cross-examination by the counselfor a penny with his reputation! and lose him violentron|* the once more. t

splendor of her deep blue eyes, I should fecblencs of whining versicle, and soon with I caking in low but earnest tones. She thdefence was able, but failed to shake all his friends to boot ; and his reason is, he "I wi!'

scarcely have recognized her. Standing in other lights celestial or infernal. This, how. drew aside a corner or the muslin curtain in the ce for the prosecution. His own ad- will not be undone." a year ?" asked the :;ent.

the shadow, as thrown 'by the l heavy Led drapery ever, ,by the way. The only rational pursuitshe I the window which looked upon the passageor : tmiissi hat no one but himself had access to The preacher of this sentiment-(and his N 0/' I

we gazed and listened unperceived. ever followed, and that only by fits and' corridor, and there saw :Mrs. Bourdon the ross where the poison was found, told practice agrees with his preaching-is) in his What then ?" ', "

Ellen," murmured the dying lady, .* come starts, and to ;gratify) his faculty of' wonder,' striving to wrest t something from her son's fatallngainst him. When called upon to when chaffering and higgling wilh "Six-six months." t< \

nearer to tn-. It is growing dash and I can. I f.incy'al) chemistry. A small laboratorywas hand. She heard Mrs.I Bourdon say, You addre'ihejtiry, he delivered himself a speech strawberry cement woman ; there i is a fine "I'm That'll be two dollars," said John ; fork

not ice you plainly. Now, then, read to me, fitted up for him in the little summer shall not do it, or you shall not have it"-she rnlhc'ian a defence ; of an oratorical effusion not to bo swindled" look about him as he over the tin, there's no trust in this trade." m' w

beginning at the verse you finished with as house you may have observed at the further could not bo Hire which. A noise of some rtead of vigorous, and, if possible, worries; the poor worndown creature from his Le' me up, I say." t

ROod Drs. Curteis entered. Ay," she faintly corner ofthe I lawn. This Mu.ly of his, if study" sort secmpdlo alarm them : they ceased struggling damaig commentary upon the evidence ar- parlor-window into parting with five sixpenny Not till you've pai jour subscription." t

whispered, it is thus! Ellen, thy hand claspedin such desultory snatches; at fcience may be and listened attentively for a few seconds rayettainsl him. I was a labored, and in baskets for two shillings ; but to see him Wai, c '('r me '

mine, and with the words ol the holy book called, led him! in his examination o' vegeta. ; then Alfred Bourdon stole of on tip. part quest, exposition ofthe necessary fallibilibf .- in his glory flow him into an auctton room, "There"said John-who was naturally avery

tiouuding; from thy dear lips' that I would pass tile bodies, to a smattering acquaintance' with toe, leaving: the object in dispute, which wit- human judgment, illustrated by nu- and behold if not too much hidden accommodating at the same moment "- i r

away !" botany, a science of which Ellen Armitage is lies could not sec distinctly, in his mother's mew examples of CronOlS icts. His by the dual from that second-hand carpet ho turned so that his "subscriber, r

Ellen, interrupted.\' by her Llii; ><]!ng there, .iu ciilliuaiaaliv; atmjcul. Tljcj "cic fuiillftllly biting Mis. liourdou continued to listen, and I pcrorun I jotted down attic I time :_" Thus, which he is so closely examining with a could bet his hand into his pocket. The later .

making sad stops, complied. Twilight stoleon permitted to bolanisc together, and the result presently Miss Armila e, opening the door of my J lil and gentlemen of the jury, is it abundantljianifest view to purchasing if it does n't go too actually drew forth his purse, counted out

throwing its shade over the solemn scene, was that Alfred Bourdon, acting upon the her mother's chamber, called her by name. not only by these examples, high ;" that speculative look which he is now two dollars in silver, and the agent released !

deepening its holiness of sono\v. Night came principle that genius--whether sham or real She immediately placed what was in her band) but bhe testimony which every man bears putting on is caused by a measurement in his him t

with all her train ; and the silver radiance -levels all meiely mundane distinctions, had on the marble top of a side.tablc standing in in hiswn breast, that God could not have mind ofthe third story bae room of his palace John took his address, wrote :receipt, and)

kissed into ctherial beauty the pale fare of the the impudence to :aspire to the hand of Miss\ i (the corridor, and) hastened to :Miss\ Armitage. willtcould not have commanded, his crea- in Waverley Place, not from any misgivings hen invited his new made friend to take a

weeping girl; still pursuing her sad and sacred Armitage. His passion, sincere or simulated, Witness left the room she had been in a few tures pretended duty, which vouchsafed, as to small-pox ; but his calculations arc drink. The other, nothing lath,joined glut'r

... task. We hesitated to dUtuib, by the slight-! has never been, I have reason to know, in minutes afterwards, and, curious to know ihenu power to perform righteously. Oh, to no purpose ; the woman in the rusty black at once, for fear of giving further oflence. '

cst movement, the repose of a death bed over the slightest degree reciprocated byes object ; what :Mrs. Bourdon and her son were etrug- be if he had intended, if he had commanded dress will bid over him-God help her she Then getting up his specimen papers and) i .,

which belief and hope, those only potent ministers but fio blind la vanity, that when, about six gling for, went to time table to look at it.-- "a y to pronounce irreversible decrees up- has no pounds to take care of thcmsevlcs. other fixins, our canvasser turned towards his '

shed light and calm At length Dr. I weeks ago, an cclaircissitncnt took place, and It was an oddly shaped| bottle, containing a on yc tcllowman, quenching that life whichis I can't sport on such a subject. Some- new subscriber, and with a bland smile of 1 .0 l

Curtfis advanced gently; towards the bed, and the fellow's dream was somewhat rudely dissipated good deal of a blackish gray powder, which, huiighest gift, he would have endowedyou I Ixxly, whoso name I have not time to recollect good; nature, remarker '* .' ,

taking the daughter's hand, said in a low the untoward rejection of his preposterous as she held! it up to the light looked like black- ih gifts lo perform that duty rightly !- said that a just man struggling with 441 think you'l my paper, friend. I '

voice, Had you not better retire, my dear suit was, there is every reason to believe lead Has done so? Ask not alone the pages adversity i is a sight with which the gods are 44 Yes--yes, responded the other.

young lady, for a few moments ?f" She un. attributed by both mother and son to the WoulJ you be able to swear to the bottle drippy with innocent blood which I have pleased;" but the devi himself must sneer It's a capital paper." )

dcrstood him, and rising from her knees,threw repugnance uf.M1'S. Armitage alone ; and to if you saw it ?1" quote but your own hearts ; are you, according when he sees a man in an auction- Yes," said the 8ITJ r. t '

}herself in an ecstacy of grief upon t the corpse, this idiotic hallucination she has, I fear, fallena "Certainly I bhould." the promise of the serpent tempter, room !Home Journal. "An'"you will recommend i to your 1

from which the spirit. bad just pawed away.Assistance .- sacrifice. Judging from the emaciated appearance IJy what mark or token 1" godknowing good from c'i1' of such clear friends ?

was summoned, and the robbing of the body, and other phenomena The name .f Valpy! or Vulpy was: cast ornniience, that you can an unprepar. The Democratic Party is not Dissolved. "Yes"added the victim.
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girl w borne fjom the chamber. communicated to inn by her ordinary medical into it-that :is, the name was in the glass ed so before the tribunal outs Maker, in the John Van IJuren, in his speech at Clevelanda 44 I's a ,oo paper." I I'at

I descended, full of emotion, to the library, I attendant-a blundering ignoramus, who itself." full surancc that you have rightly loosed the few days since, prcaime that: the t.s_.__"

when Dr. Curteis promised shortly, to join me ought to have called in assistance! : long before "I I", this it ?" shire chord which he has have democratic party was We thinkit I may say, a very good paper."

Noiselessly entering the room, I came suddenly -&ho has: been poisoned with iodine, which, It i is : I swear most positively." justlbrokcn the golden bowl which he had "tvill continue to exist, and flourish, until all I Yes--" "I f

upon! the LlJu+vhee P era and a lull young administered in certain quantities, would pro- A letter was also read which had been taken fashiifd Oh, my lord," he concluded, his its enemies, including Benedict Arnold and Goo day, sir."

wan, standing with their backs towards me duct precisely the same symptoms. Happilythere from Hourdon's pocket. It was much diirkeycs flashing with excitement, "it is the Van IJurcns, father and son, are forgotten continued the patron, abstractedly, i,

in the recesses; : uf one of the windows, and is no mode of destroying human life creased, and was proved to be in the handwriting poss that the first announcement of my in history. hit continues no longer than those as the canvasser departed" but of ya'a

partlyshrouded by the heavy cloth curtains. which so surely lead to the detection of (ho of Mrs.\ Armitage. It consisted of a se. i inn ;ce of this crime, to which you will traitors to the cause liberty are rememberedfor one o' flee agcna ve read about, then I liaht'tno1'udga .

They were cviJently; in earnest conference, murderer as the use of such agents ; and of vole rebuke at the young man's presumptionin I give cdence, may be proclaimed from the the goo deeds they have done, its existence 0' bcestr!"and rubbing' the side of 1

and several woids, the higuifirauce. of which this truth' the past mortem: examination of the seeking to address himself her d.tujiiter, awfu ibunal of him who alone cannot err short indeed ; but If it survivesthe his crown-which had been but slightly damaged : ,

did not at the tirikc which insolent (he writer nid He is now us, recollection of their treason, its duration as happened, in the me lee-he disappeared
moment me, reached) Ill)' body, which lake place to-morrow morn. ingratitude, [HoW whose eye even upon i
cars before I t they) pciccivcii my apprnaclJ.J .- ing, will, if I am not grossly mistaken, she should never, whilst she lived, cither for. nhou then proclaim, '/, too, sat in judgment promises to be perpetual.( From such declarations .1 : reloh'ilg'nr'r again'" to Interfere ) t

l lie instant:; 'th-y did\ M they turned hdbtilvi su 1 ply another vivid! illustration. Lc. get or forgive. Thia but sentence was strong- un t tl Jay when you presumed! to doom your of the son, can honcat democrats, i with the power of t the press.

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.# TIlE--"- "FlORIDIAS---& JOURNAL- vas our duty to present. In 'like manner: to it, jet it was left to I their i own free choice logo To combat so dangerous error, we steamers" for SO or 1 100 miles.) the : I seems to us that tno

) ..,..,. ome days later, when your health and leisure or slay, as they preferred. 1 1The l' thought it would do good to give a short re eration?-penetrating their exist for having these elec.
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.r -- order thai of the in 1835 and thus pursuing them in every direction i ,
( afforded us an opportunity of seeing you, it Secretary of War, in his U Gen. opening scenes we cannot
A. E. MAXWELL: & R. B. HILTON, enabled us to learn, a little more in diauhthe Scot 10th May, 1842' authorizing hostilities show the utter treachery and faithlessness ofthe are h&rrassed into unconditIonal!! of coiceivo oftha
EDITOR* AP poFRjE1oRM, plans of the President ; but we entirely failed t to be suspended, directs that a posts Seminole A comparison will prove that >emigration ; or, to set such :price an objection against it.
". :_ : -- to impress that some change of th(1 I should be established and kept up aroid) l"helioundary the recent outrages. give much stronger evidence I head, as wil form an -* in the counties where vacan-

Saturday; September 1, 1849. would be more you likely to attain the object assigned lo the Indians, and that "a of a hostile spirit, than anything they i j I rilla soldiers or \ (' be filled, we would s: go at (ijjo
.f, _. ---- -- which he !had in view.We force equal to at least two regiments" should did in I IFGS.bcfore Dade's massacre. In the them down, capture nnd bring ( and eject the rght
-- --- --- ---- observed, with much regret, that there be retained in Florida for that purpose. And late attack on Indian Hiver, Mr. ll'issell' a.I chain of posts on the latter plan: sort of
To) the Voters of L6n County. seemed to be on the part the President aswell this precaution was then used, when k was Government Inspector, and Mr.I Barker, l his nish to these hunting parties: ig!may complain tha there is to
50-: I am a CanJiJdte to fill the tacancy in tl e and chief when at all, but let no1 that
brother-in-law the first overpoweredand meansof
as yourself! either a misconception of the supposed there were less than one hundred were objects j lessen
f StateSenat-. oC'l-ior.tJ by tile Jeathtf the lion J. ) The first attack, on the 17tb. at ) The claims of do
Gov. Museley in railing out volunteer wariors. ol suferers. necessary. our duty. They \istri\e to
II. T. LOHIMER. In tl.us announcing rnjwlf.Iact. I. object militia or else disposition not to rccog.nise We regret to appear tedious( but this short was on the Indian store, lulingthose be regarded, by giving a larger see to it that their .fibrU
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: accordance, with ihc c\r 't'lffl wibhcsof many ol I approve in any way sustain, what he review of the past seemed necessary loa clear in the employ o the traders regularly the capture of a warrior than for prove
nl) fellow-eilizen*, residing in different patti of th fO lad done. Ands I we doom it impottant that understanding of the relation in which ihe censed under the authority and protection of ter-and no reward in any --- -- --
county. Should it be 'O\Jr\ pleasure; to have tnc the views we have endeavored to present Government stands to these Indians, as well the United States The Indians killing of non-combatants. I and the lilians.
erie you as Senator, i fc'ill discharge the duties of should be liable to i no misconception, but as to indicate, by firmer experience, the wisest understood this relation well, and it is as voluntarily surrender and
.. the Io'itilln ai f.ithfuIJ: aliI I my he ahV. yet receive careful consideration by the President may. t course for I The future. bold an act of defiance as was the murder ofGen rewards too, on a liberal scale. ), thp.YaJ mal Intclliiencer it j fa

A. i K.: MAXWT.I.L.We and his Cabinet, we proceed to submit As soon as Gov. Moseley was informed of Thompson. Had Col. Spencer, the The speedy exhibition of a at Washington that tie I outra.
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;;: murder and comm'tted; I the sub-agent been there no doubt he them and an avowal committed the
them in a more durable fonn. the robbery by present among open on P-ninsua! of
(j7 frarnhyttic Eastern mail this Permit us (list to recur for, 1 moment to the dians on the 13th of July 'upon the settlers In'l woult have shared a similar fate. The store I treaty for removal must be now not at all countenanted by
!" morning: that there was! a respectable meeting origin of this war with the Seminole Indians, Indian River, he ordered out two companiesof I I I just been supplied with a fresh stock ofI I be the most humane and the of the Indians but the

: of the citizens of St. Johns at St. .\ngiisthn', a which b'oke out in I the summer of 1633, was mounted militia \'ollnte'l, ojc to proceed I "ood. The house was plundered first-a cause the quickest mCthoe of few that they
the of the settlers 'he Atlantic of much labor-before it was burnt I difficulty. Any by a abandonedemalaL.s"t
; few das since, composed of both parties and waged untiUglst, 184'J. ; 'hen suspended to support on ; attempt 'I'
by who assigned limits tothose and near Lake Monroe and ForlGatlin, forming and, when visited by a detachment of troops I or temporize with them will only t the President and Sec-clary Of
headed. by prominent men of both, to express' t who refused tot'migiale; ; this suspension our South Eastern frontier ; the other to and citizens from Fort Brooke, it was very their opposition. The plan of I Intelligencer says, R-8 fcot{,.
.' their entire approval oldie Governor's course continuing until July 1 1849, \\hon" hostilities march to Tampa, to guard the Mil'ements: extending plain that many more than "four Indians'1were I wards is approved, arid was ( with the Indian chaacter
: in calling volunteers.. They took hold 1 of have: been iWumed I by them. We have from Ilitchepuck-sasso *) Sara.Sola( engaged in removing the goods. On I I tlemen connected with the public I h it to be
the matter in the right spirit. We are glad had a seven years' war, followed by a ,seven on the Gulf; .Mexico, which torn our South the right of their escape the McCulIochs distinctly having much knowledge ane !I'i a strange;: infatution t lo
Jacksonville years''armistice; or quasi peace, and now again Wrster frontier. And when tie Go\'*>rnor heard the war-whoop of the Indians the Seminole character of are as well acquainted xith that
also to that the Republican
see by war. received: the further inteJg'ncc of the 30ih is taking the proper view of the It was the settled policy of our government attack at Pease on 17th July! at tance. The bridge en the road to Tampa I which we should not claim had i lei bborhoo and whose onstant.
matter. There can be no doubt but that the during Geneinl Jackson's Administration, to I the store established there for Iidian Iradft was destroyed. The store was probably with ourselves.We I i for knowledge' would
Go'crnor"jJll I be., sustained by the people' of. "enr off'these Indians (and all others living under the authority of (the (United States, kiln burned on the evening of the 18th, and on p were astonished to learn / seea to en.
: the State, and that Crawford's) course will be l:ast of the Mississippi) to a new country to two of the inmates, and wording two the morning of the 1'Jth they attacked the partment having charge Indian: ; t opinion to some little wighf._
be assigned to them in the %'est. In pursuance who escaped, and of a l further attack settlement (camps) of the father of one of the not regard the general laws of I none of these persons, si far a
condemned. of this policy, a treaty had been effected I on the morning of the IDlh upon another fete storekeepers whom they had I killed, wound. ulating trade and intercourse I who express the slighter doubt
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with the Semiuole for the removal oltl. ( tlouxMit cij-li( miles from (he store, he deter. : ing a lad-but these all escaped. A !arel 1 ans, as being in force with respect of the India .
S (tj-There... .. ._was_..n_.small.......: UIII\.11 Whig meeting: nIM'MIIIIUIfU I I..a.: : ;. 1,00 Cli..f.' _-j o 100:. iij .,. muted to call out, also, two companies of in. vf whiskey was left untouched. It.Is well I ininulea in Florida. We had I i t i id purpose If
pretext or another the Indians; evaded the lll.) faulty militia, for further security and difence.He known that the Seminole is as fond of strong; all these laws were disposed so entireljto di,.
fully
NOAH THOMPSON a candidate for the Senate t fiiment of this treaty, and plc\'aicd on t J the more urged to this Ijecausclhe of.ficer drink, and indulges as freely in it as any other made of force by organic I opinions, and to act upon i own

subject to confirmation by other meetings gent, ( eti. Thompson, ancl! ;en. Clnch.llu command at TampaIuj.;\ Morris, savage, and had this been merely a party r amender1ws for establishing a I :, knowledge, it will case to
Mr. THOMPSON who in an estimable gentleman U. S. Officer in rommand. to fII'rHlthe till plainly indicated, in his officiil report t, that of plunderers, they would not have foregonethis } of Florida. But that they have treatd
is now absent from the otate, and it i is I until November, 1835. In June, 183;, t htle these attacks were only cotmntied fir ;"'hmmti. indulgence on that occasion. But it i is in error, and this remnant of I t here for defence our
said to be doubtful whether he will the was a rencontre between thirty Indians and a der or lo seek revenge,, and inyhl; vcr; probably equally well known that, in their seven years: territory, trade and intercourse, with trier bi'gb!
accept patty of white men, in which three of the latter have been done by the sanrfour Julians war, no such license was permitted when tirely to be regulated by o : i

nomination-- were wounded. On the 24th. (len. The companies thus,called oLt, both mounted they were out on any hostile expedition. It becomes more imperatively the I I they sri believe that the IidTansj
The Mission to Washington. Clinch met the Chiefs in counci, and they men and infantr. were instiicted to report is said to be one of ther" rules and articlesof President to get rid of this j lo engage in hostilities ?.Have
promised to give up those engaged in the a. thpm ( United elates jffioers war," that a fcarior u/o gets drunk while intercourse by closing the war, j t
Our citizens will read the following com. hove affair. Gen. Clinch then said that he in command at St. Augustine and Foil out on the irar-pith may put to death. The pended, and sending these i \ord of communication wth the
munications from Col. Whitner and Gen. 1 i had a wjlicient!// force to crush. all those irho Brooke (Tampa). And, if the* offices t had suggestion of Major Morris that the two at off to the body of their nation in I j j member out, which lead them

Thompvon, with deep interest. They close may show(any dixj'xtsition; to become hostile; and I I any orders to receive their sertices fir temporary tacks, (at Indian River and at Pease Creek) The above decision of the 1 II t ? Nut one. Have the nurder

the mission of these gentlemen to Washing, adds, but it is my firm belief thai the Nation, defence, to act according ; or II le, to may have been committed by the same four seem to conflict with the recent by Ihe Chiefs, and a.offer
never teas (lipocrto be nsorefriendhi.; TIl proceed to the pi.iuts designatedin the )idcrs I Indians, because the same number showed 1 of a sub-agent, and to make the I the wicked i
ton, and we cannot refrain here from express. people of Territory, the plain i issued to each Captain. And tier wen particularly themselves in both instances, although the I j command in Florida, as j up perpetrtors lo ::1
in::our high appreciation of the zeal and abil.) entertained a very different t opinion p'oman.! commanded to act on t fie defwiec, points are 150 miles apart, by any Indiantril I proper medium of intercourse j I ?! No-nothing of the nind.-
its with which they discharged" the duties dl Next followed I the murder ofliemai rider and to do nothing that would prevoke tostili- and only three and one-half days had(I 1 Indians and the Government.It i do they arrive at this belef? By lit

volved upon them. Even if there were nothing from Tampa to Fort King, cormill'd on the ties, if they did not already exist. The' were .I intervened-for (they first appeared at the has: been a great mistake ever !I what has been aid, and
else to do this communication full llth August. A little bef.uo this it was to drive hackI\1 or capture 1'idiam; found I store near mid-day, and bad their plunder nt to permit the agency for these : I) by every man wh> reside "
so, stated that! a Seminole Chief, had an interview I outside /, lilit, them ; a IK were I Indian River to dispose of-is so extraordina. located outside of their limits,
clear! and able in its exposition of the entire with President Jackson, at the Rip Hall, at t I also to remove "llite msgnct men "11\v re inruders I ry that it can only provoke a smile. to them a constant pretext for l i I and who is famliar with
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Indian controversy, would' attest the industry I which Col.) Gadsden who had Ii on the neutral ground, viz : twcntj mil< out. During our interview, you were pleased t to these limits. And, when the <: t anti c.rractcr, Iud, Insfcad of ac
and devotion to the interests Florida, which the Indians at Payne's Landing, was present I, I side I these_ limits. I remark that Florida was not w ho'J blamein cent!}' transferred from the slight respect and xve ht to the
chttrnclerifced I heir labors. We regret that |land t this chief appeared EatiMied with i the ex.planalions All! these were temporary expediens to., this matter, because she had not restrained I vii department had the new I[ j; men, by acting upon heir own
could and as urancps he received, and I support and encourage, frontier settlers tutu I white persons from intruding on the neutral 1 promptly to his post at some point !; acquaintance wib the In.
authorities be
the Washington not per. left them under iso doubt that the Indian t the President could mal :ample arrangerrMifs; ;:'I ground." We replied, that i was looked I dian country and been present at "
suaded; to a conclusion more satisfactory to would quietly emigrate in November." We (to meet the cxgency. The Slate of Fleidais upon as a military arrangement-that the U. 'I annual festival, or green corn I ter. This is very nuch of a

the people of our State. We regret that lIlt! are unable to state the pit-cUc time when Si in no condition, lo sustain tioops in the I S. had troops and could easily efect this, as ; took place about the full moon (, ) 'j immaculate Secreta 's unjust
Secretary of War obstinately adheres l to his I Gen. Clinch's opinion changed as to I the prob. There is no money in her treasury lo I'i was their duty." You denied obligation, -when theiro'm mfn. who 1 regrets" about the jrder for

monstrous views about our volunteer move, I :.ability of a war, or when he railed on the the expanse of these movements. Sh i is and said that the General Government was !: the proper age and profdency. I Ii :' We hope that the conjec.
Goveinrnent to furnish, him with snore without supplies or means of t ( r I precluded from doing so, because the laws of I as warriors-he seen '' is the outbreakof
only few
ments. But it is evident that the failure, to troops. I His I appeal to the Governor of Flor. II' t the volunteers, and the rn"pnrtltio.f s.tl'rs! ire j Florida had been expressly extended over this 5'':, bled nation, obtained a correct I[: a
procure a better result Is to be attributed to ida for aid reachl.t Tallahassee the Oth of December scattered, poor and! without any surplus ro-, whole territory." These charges took us by k [ their numbers, and probably have i be right but it is mee conjec.

that perverse indifference to the :slate of was an8\erld in less than a week I \'iinl'to feed them, {'\.I(for a few week.-;.-.... I surprise, but were too grave to be passed over 1 whether there was any general I to the beiefofahI tbos who are
things here of which we have before spoken, by the march of 230 volunteeis from Middle But (;0\0. : Ioseley could not nn that acctint I We have since looked carefully into the sub tility in the nation, which I 1 to know something: of te matter,
Florida, and one or two hundred from the hesitate, (for he could entertain noduultthat I ject, and now give you the result of our in few days afer: on Indian River i t by particle c'evidenca
as characterizing; the conduct of (those at Ea&t. At that time, Gen. Clinch had only) t the President would rightly appreciat the vestigations, trusting: they will be received I Creek : and, if so, might have put any
Wathington who have: the matter ;in charge. 230 or 300 regulars with him in the Nation. spiiit and motive of proceeding He with as mcch pleasure as theare given. I most exposed on their guard. out.
We hope there will be some change in the j The Indians embodied in DecrmlJer,, laught. well knew that weeks, and months} ; mus elapse In the first place, the order of your pre most happy to find ourselves learn from the Iiitellignccr that
present unjust determination, when the President !, erect 110 regular troops! under Maj. Dade, I before an adequate force of regular troops decessor in office, Mr. Spencer, already re I fear that such change of I i this belief of the Government

returns from Northern tour. with which he had rashly attempted, to march I could be placed at proper points arnnd( 'the ferred to, distinctly recognised this duty whenhe I agent cannot now be effected in ??..?postponcli'P; S i I "enough. however, hs already
through the Nation to join Clinch at Foil Indian frontier to afford( our citizens ay atle- authorised hostilities to be suspended, and I the late outrages are not only t suggest the idea rmoving to
King ; and fresh from this victory, a few days quate protecl ion. It is now the most jheal- t directed a chain of posts to be established and I the chiefs, but the perpetrators j
\\'ASIIIof6t'U.: CiTY, Aug. :L'U! 1849. :aitei on (\\itlilacoochec, they gave balile} I t tl) ol (the car. It troops are movedpromptly I II 'occupied, and at least two regiments eo be reserved livered up. t entire Indian popuUion ofFlo.

To His Excellency] \\'. I)< ;MOSELKV\ to Clinch's army, and compelled them to reHeat I from remote points ; take forxam- \: for this duty. I We now enclose our authority I hope to carry on*this sugges
Governor of Florida, 'Tallaliasftec : ( Almost t at the same time Gen. Tholp.I I pIe the 7th Regt. which you have tiered i I In the second place, the United States were Governor of Florida, to represent S i L te" inten'entionJrwar.'* "If
Sir : Accompanying this IOU hate a son was murdered at the Agency. I from Jefferson Barracks, Missouri-wilchol- ( sole proprietors of the land within this neutral j to the President of the United t :| t will only listen to-he overtures of
of the communication addressed:; to G.copy n;. These events all occurring within a week, era already prevailing among tlu'm-o be j ground, and had an exclusive right to S i! did not present this paper at our frst I ," the be prevented
I aroused the I i down I lie Missouri keep off all intruders. j war \,1
Crawford : of War country, and obliged the admin- transported Mi.sippi I interview with the President, I I
E.1"'] Secretary: on yester ant "
day.: II is not necessary to explain more/ ful- i iteration to make more adequate provision forwar. -through New Orleans and on to IVnpa, / In the third place, part of these lands have i oilier engagements limited it to "reatbenefted.. -
I Jy the circuniKta'nces\ which: appeared( to re. No well informed man doubted then: or and it cannot be supposed that one Lit the been since surveyed and prepared for sale, i i and we did not wish to embarrass it 1 But this hu-naneand most
irc it, than the perusal of it will atfm1.- doubts now, that by a suitable de.monstiationof men or officers would be capable of l"clive jl; and some of them actually sold; thus, on the i formalities. evidently peaking by au.
tl force to the the service after ( get there. The I one hand irritating the Indians by the pres-i I We
With this exception, we have endeavored to carry fut treaty, war might I they Sijilies, now respectfully request that t not word pboit punishing the
the. trust confided to without !1' have been ax'ouled. The presence of 1300 or &c., arc. at Tampa,_ which_ is_30_ or Omiles erice of U. S. surveyors, who are ahvavs objects munication may be submitted to a
discharge;:: us I I citizens. The is to
t formalities. We sought I by personal inter-1 any {t i :2000( troops would have over-awed the In. i from (Ihc nearest point ol the. iidial 'ails- .I of jealousy to them-and on the other, I i dent at your earliest convenience. our plan
views with the President and Secretary of' dials, saved the country from distress, pillage and twenty-five to sixty miles in the-vr. of, inviting white people to make the very settlements we close our official relation to the Indians .nd remove them

War, and since the President left Washing* }& and murder, the government from squandering the white s'emnl The country cirafford i! of which you now complain! under the authority now presented This is Tery\'el if they can sue-
ton, by conx'cn-alions with every member of I millions of t treasure, and its armies from no help in furnishing tran porla.ton( t the >! And, in the last place, the law of Florida, I t that the Seterminations of the they do ther duty to our State
Collamer who ridicule and] mortification.By frontier. The officer in command th', has I to which you alluded paralyzing the General be forwarded to Gov. Moseley, or
Mr.
the Catiltl, ( excepted, is oblations to our citizens,
also absent from the City,) to explain fully such :timely I ellihitiol of the power been embarrassed for even (the want 0.'ulf a Government, turns out to be .An act sor, at Tallahassee, Florida. the "
the views entertained by Excellency! in and determination of our Government, the dozen horses How important then is lima; to extend the laws over the Indians within We have the honor to be, and Pluish outlaws,
your Cherokees the shourd while the Territory of Florida the, With will find th-'mselves much mista-
regard to our Indian difficulties, and which were compelled lo emigrate without President awaiting lhar passed by high consideration, t
prompted movements for the, defence of a drop of blood. And had the same rival of regular troops, make use voluijers Legislative Council, and approved by the Governor Your obedient servants u their efforts. The
your fiontier occasion course been sooner adopted towards the Creek on (the spot, with constitutions inured '(the I llth February}', 1831 ; and it express BENJ. F. '\HIT woud to have these
our exposed -taking to rejoice
press Indians, they too would never have to climate. It would obviate the necpisit1' of I ly provides: That this act shall not lecome I- A.
upon emu obligation every member resting of the the Cabinet. Federal the Goverumcnt sol-!. I war. Yet both these Nations were as gone strong. l hurrying forward regulars, at the expem oftheir a law, or in any tcise operate, until specially _____ _u _: sb tfcen from their borders,

to relieve Florida upon from this remnant ly attached to their country uhd as much opposed lives or future efficiency before the TOper approved ly Congress"-and this approval Ir I State Elections. no idet submitting to depre-
of accoiding to the stipulations of to emigration as the miserable Semi. season of the year arrives. Congress never gave There is no other law The Sentinel, in its appeal to the f an
their savages treaty, which have been permitted to ie- nolcs possibly can be. For these are chiefly There is no disposition to urge upcrthe on\\'e our trust statute therefore book that touching the State the 'lestion- this county to march up to the 1 upon the vagabond and
Florida
main unfulfilled more than fourteen years.We .- remnants of tribes that originally inhabited President the employment of our vol ms stands this L t this place to nominate a candidate for for .heir injuries. The Sec
have: endeavored, by a careful exarnina. I Southern and South.\cster Georgia, and rather than regulars, for any purpol be. fully acquitted on charge. complain that they defend
tion documents and collection of facts, to re. I have, gradual)' retreated into Florida before )yond the present exigence.. They aciubject We find the President( under the impres ate, a sort of proceeding which our may
the of the white sion, derived from Capt. professed not long to hold in they will do it nevertheless ;
move every valid objection against the course \ man, or have been j to be discharged the moment the ?ri- Sprague's reports, ago I
of action which it has been our dy to expelled as outlaws by their own race. Their ces are no longer required ; yet we dim it that the warriors of the Seminole ties do I rence, breaks out in a new place Government takes hold ot the
and have then thought it better to give urge time present home is not that of their ancestors, but justice to the patriotism, promptituiand not exceed I 120-and that there are I I necessity or propriety" ofholding I will demand that justice be done
for reflection, rather than to press for any and their attachment to it is only that felt character of those who volunteered ind -400, of all ages and !exesVe learn through now to fill ihe vacancies in the will spurn even the suspicion
speedy answer, or intimation of the course the pirate or the robber to the swamps and marched, at two or three days' notice, Torn the traders, and other reliable sources of in seek" lo embroil the coun-
which be adopted. The President's absence fastnesses of a secure rets cat. parts of the State three hundred milfefom formation, that near 400 men or warriors S sembly. We are sure it does not

wi probably)" he prolonged for ten days len.Vorth'g arrangement in 1812, as. the places! where they were to serve, Lout\ have been distinctly recognized in their Ira. comprehend the importance of this L t difficulties In removing the

.: or a fortnight to come, and we have no rea. signing new limits to the Indians, has never tents or any equipments save their am, furnished ding visits. And those who have the best L would not speak thus. I there
son to suppose that we couI effect anything been considered in Florida to be more than by the State, and depending: hifly opportunity of judging ser down the fighting casion for a called session of the C.tEs.-So
: further by remaining We have there. temporary. It certainly could give them no upon the patriotism of the country trcghwhich I men at and GOO. go a large portion of the State would be : ALTER say I
much
in
for requested that the Secretary of War will new right to a country which they had once they went, to supply them whthc higher their estimates. We pretend whenever they can trump up
communicate the determinations of the Prcsi. relinquished to the United States by solemn mere necessaries of life, to say that thy on. to no personal knowledge, but feel it our duty senled. Whether such occasion year.old letter of Amos Kendall

dent directly to the Governor of Florida, andconsider tieaty. I was no modification of that treaty : stitute a material affording as much cntge to make the above statement, in order that t we do not know, nor can any one else, to show democratic appro

our duty as terminated. was never submitted to or sanctioned by the and capacity for enduring the hardshpex- the President if his may not be taken wholly by I Certainly there is wisdom in and thus rebut the complaints
Wilb great respect we remain, Senate of the U. States a such, nor was it posure and privation incident to Indiar far- surprise in this ofcia information turns out the contingency of such an event.
Your obt. servant, accepted or ratified even by .ihc principal In fare, as any troops whatever. to be erroneous. is not all. the against Taylor's unparallclled
BENJ. F. WHITNER I dian Chiefs (theml<"h'cs. Some of them said We regret to have seen in respectable nvs- We were gratified to learn from tbo President Suppose They had as well remember
I.. A. THOMPSON.( then, as they had often said before, We are papers, and to have heard in other quifrs, that he fully approves of the removalof before (the session of'50 should leave t ago than twelve months they
t tired of war,"-" We are willing to stop fight insinuations that the Floridians desire nth' these Indians to the West ; that on this without a Governor, what would be against; the doctrine of remo-

: WASHINGTON CITY, l ing, if you will." Their ammunition and er Indian war, and doubtless have prated subject there is no difference of opinion, so dition ? The President of the appointments which they how
August 15, S other means of waging war were in a great the recent outbreaks. We cannot apse far as we know, among his Executive advis 1- our constitution designates to fill
18.1. measure exhausted and ers-and that the best methods of ; and they can with thousand
; they yielded a sullen that such insinuation!, if they harD rched effecting such has been
G.r.
Hon. CnAwroni a casualty, appointed :
acquiesence in Gen. Worth's terms, with as the President at all, would receive ihe'ight- this have nlready been disclssed. We also apply the above comment to
Secretary of War : certain conviction that the old) understand from that fcc under the U. S. ,
a controversy est countenance, or we should repelhem yourself : a proposition government I seems to us, too, that
Sir-We have been charged by the Gov. about removal was not settled finallyas Gen. with becoming indignation. There hot a had been entertained of removing them by private signed. The same is true of the elections show a decided

ernor of Florida with ihe duty of bringing to \'orth himself felt. They never have confi. citizen Florida, capable of observatj and contract-and a large sum (viz, $65,000,) the House, who, in case the the very rule
the attention of f the President of the United I \ to the limits assigned them, reflection, who does 'not know that th tate actual}' named, at which responsible persons Senate cannot serve, is the only people to make the
States the condition of our State in regard to nor waived their right to the, country above never has recovered from the shock rtivedin undertake itVe do not pretend to authorized According to their \j it
.. the Indians till within her limits, particular. this boundary, for the purposes of game oreven 1835, in turning away the immi i ition give any opinion on the feasibility of such a to ac as Governor. "cases alter circumstances and
ly since their recent acts hostility ; also, of of residence.! And so far from contemplating which was then rapidly filling up r rich plan. its success would prove the people no person who could fill the humbug} ota no-party adminis
I explaining the measures adopted by Gov. a removal to the West, at any remote hammocks, allured by her mild clii e.- of Florida that there is some element in the State would be left without any : a "circumstance" only
*; Mosclcy for the protection of our exposed frontier period, in fulfilment of (their treaty, their Jaw Persons of enlarged views-while tlj deplore character of the Seminole, of which, hither temporary disorganization would living
t 1 r: settlements until the General Govern. remains to this day that any warrior who ul that death and robbery should 1 lie visited to, we have remained profoundly ignorant.- '
: mcn% which is bound to see this done in the make such a proposition shall be put lo the humblest citizen-may noigret But while we may admire the novelty of the sequence. -
AinraZ Stores.
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t amplest manner, shall have time to collect I The spirit of Indian hostility, therefore, hasslumbered that something has occurred to awa4 the I undertaking, we sincerely trust that the President Now, we ask if it is not the part August -. the
and dispose of the military force required for but never been extinguished. And attention of the present administration the will not be diverted from such enerpet- and wisdom to be prepared for all I and sales Turpentine for

,.' this purpose at the proper points ; and of urging the Governor of Florida, in common with the necessity of removing these faithless s iges ic measures as have usually been successfulin 1 tingencies? They aro by no to-day. at noon, have reached

the whole subject 8 entitled to prompt, citizens eneralJ' has believed that there entirely out of our State-being ful convinced like cases. ble, hoxx'everlamentable they might bbl ., aoout 800 of which were
.j energetic measures, with a viewtothio rcmo. would be of hostilities a soon as that the enl day would last. Wereve to venture any suggestions on a State should be in condition week's quotatins-thp b111Dce
val ol these savages entirely out of the State these wily savages had recruited their supply The work could have been easier and Uer subject of so much difficulty and a to : dip
5 and 10 f for ;
delicacy cents
o A single interview wilh the President, of of ammuniion, and upon the slightest ltnilta dOne I 1812 than since-while one of the two following plans of operation; The elections can be held now as yellow for
half an hour, was the only opportunity we en. the plan of sending tlm West teas persevered cannot lessen the difculy.furtherfcrastination I would seem to us most likely to insure suc other time. We do not see how virgin dp: ; closing at $2 35

4 joyed conferring with him personally before in. For, be ii kept in mind, that in Gen. feel bound to impress upon t cess. First of all, on either plan, to establish of it, to which the Sentinel refers, 15 for virgin.
''t he left the seat of government on hit northern Worth's talk, tnt to Hilly Bowlegs by Fosse firm belief of the Governor and our citimgenerally I such a chain of posts as the Secretary of War the matter. What the character article has ad-
:., tour. On such an occasion, we could not t Hajo, 2Ut July, 1842, which led to the thorough that the recent Indian outrag n ordered in 1842-to be manned even witha linc.This and
l do than learn the views ho him pense is we do not know, and we] quote sales for Friday
hope to more pacification" he shortly after announced, dicale a much more extensive spirit of h 1 I. larger force than he designated, say 2,000men
self entertained ; certainly not to be able to it was distinctly stated, that while their Great ity than seems to be supposed, either bj e I ; and then, either to send an army into lure. But even if there should be J to 27c. No sal. s during th
influence him to any change or modification of I Father (the President) would provide them I U. S. officers in Florid, or, owing to.; irrerrcbcntations the heart of their country, making the Cat be but the smallest mite and will not -23o offbred and refused.

.$ such views; if not in accordance with those i iJ i t home jn the West, and advised them to move by the President and his x. loosahatchee river (which is navigable for er on the State now, than, lilt were 1.-Sates at J to lc per lb.



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Aniwerto- a "Pregnant Inquiry." 1 the impression is abroad in Missouri that ow. lary of War for his decisolLThis might to th
Republican, like the Senlincl ing to the personal intercession of Cn! Rc'n have been passed over, but for the instilling some"- .. They still occupy the the wooden deities benighted nations. To ATHftllY AT LAW
The Jadsonclllc communication made by this same Secretaryto line of the Theiss. It the of Christ in order ,
is
to
that Hem
ton in their behalf, they are not to Lc remo. reported preach up gospel enlighten
berates i* for the strong remarks we the Governor (Florida, with insinuations without 40,000 men had completey beaten a them in the principles of Christianity.Like 1TILL' attend all the Curt oO the :Middle Cir. t _
it ved. And that the Administration, to 1''t cuit. 53- Office the FJordl n
letter. Probably appease in his communication both lidiculous &
made upon Crawford's I and in- Russian force of 00,000 in Transylvania, and the Pharisee of old, we go up to the Journal Reading Room. ,

will change itstone when the Editor sees IJenton" has consented to gratify him suiting.In that he had taken Hermanstadt. It isalso reported \ hon.e of the Lord, fold our robes around us, Tallahassee, July 25,1S-J9. 2) 1 _

of Mesn Whitncr and the'I'I by the retention of all the unscrupulous of. the letter of the Secretary of War, which that Klapka,the Hungarian General, had attacked I and thank God that we are not as pagans, -

report secn'ed confidently to expect fice.holdcrs in Missouri.". We have: this we published yesterday, Mr. Crawford remarks and captured Raab, and afterwards had ', when we arc in fact more idolatrous, stricter Wesleyan Female College.
which he so : seized of followers and devotees the shrine
Hear what the Urge quantity provisions and munitions warmer at be resumed I
of the letter much from Whig testimony. duties of this Institution will on
would show thtt our construction I think that the force which is in progress of war, with which he fell back to Com- I of mammon than the darkest pagan that ever THE first Monday: in October, IS49. f 1

was wrong ill that we said has been vcrifcd .Metropolitan, the anli-Denton organ of the of beins placed in the Southern settlement of ore The London Daily News gives thc existed. Men rear up their sons to the worship The College: i, situated upon a high and healthy _

by that nport, and we think we would' Democrats, says upon the same subject : the peninsula will he adequate to their flI flowing : The Austrian and Russian troops oft as the one thing desirable. They hill overloiri r thecity of Macon.and off The*n to Beard the; 1

nil the States that arc defence. That force when assembled occupied Hermanstadt and ladt train their to have public superior edueationalsdvintagcs.
been justncd in using even stronger Ian.guage. Whilst in nearly Crts to the up daughters an eye on of Instruction is composed of Rev. W.. H. LU.Ol.
'have decidedly I Democratic-decidedly anti.'l'ay.lorishthe in numerical strength be quadruple that of number of(10,000 men. Bern, with 40,000. the broad lands and numerous slaves of their D. D.. President, and Revs. E. H. MTEKS. A. M..

As to the insinuation of the Rcpul. guillotine of proscription has de. the Indians." You propose to raise a force advanced ngainst them, and a battle ensued, guitorlnti it has become an engrossing JAME: IJ THOMAS, A. M, and GEORGE H. HAMCCCK I

lican that ou course )has been dictated by capitated every democratic ofcc.lI01der'how which would he greater than the whole l force in which the Imperialists! were defeated and la\ language of t the poet, A. M.Professors of Science and LilentlneJ.Mr.

it not. We rely this of the Indians." "I confess I do not see the fled precipitately leaving dead and P. GtTTE:2EIGEn, Prcf '!or of .
motircs xve regard stands Iissour in prescriptive 10,000 ; Gold alone docs pmion move, Governess, and Teacher ofOrnamental
party : Mrs. S S. ,
the truth of our views and the justice of oning ? "'ih two or three exceptions', the necessity" of employing the volunteers of wounded on the field, nearly all their artillery Gold monopolize love." H\scfCI Urnches. There will be hereafter a '

upon that incumbents are still in office. The Post masler Florida. and 8000) prisoners. The bonds of matrimony are not properly Preparatory Class under the charge of the Faculty

bur cause to npel the charge, believing the Hemp Agent, the SuLtrensnrlr. the "I think it will bp a subject of regret, at a There is nothing further nfimportancc, andno hound by the law of God. but by the power a" i I.rt hv competent instructors, to fit pupils for _

the people, wlttercr partisan newspapers mysay Register, the Receiver and Recorder of Land period when the United States were about to new features in Irish affairs.Xtw and strength of mone Talent and merit in entering College.The .
will beller than mere po. how attempt the peaceable removal of the I lndiim: the weighed down in the balance confute year (or Tr) extends from firstOctober
see lomclhing titles, all of St. Louis, and I know not contest are to l th* Ilt'h Julv, IS50,and every e in
litical tricked in our rcRenimcnt at the in. many olheis in the State, are still )backing: in from Florida, with the hope and pruhhitj; YORK, Aug. 23, ; and found wanting. by the preponderatingweight the Collece Coarse including / ufen ,

trcattient of our State by the Washington the sunshine of Executive or Benton's favor." of success that the authorities of Cotton has advanced J since steamer'snews. of gold. How truly is it written : lights. Washing, Books and Stationery, may be ,
.
suiting would seek to substitute another element, aid They that will be rich into snares more than covered by Two Ituntrtd Dollars.The t
auibrrities, and in our efforts to justifythe low is this, we would ask ? Throughout place at hazard that which appears to be thc The Canada arrived and and fil many foolish and above statement applies only to t e conrsewf
this Our temptations mtny tnstinclion. The Extra Studies,which are
callingout volunteers for the defence of the whole State of Florida, from Pensacola to object of deep interest to Florida and also : harbor presented a splendid morning. hurtful lusts, which drown them in destruction at Literary the oftion; of the parent, are charged a* follows: ,

the tettlertagainst the disapproval and blame St. AUfYutinc-from Jacksonville to Key duty of the United States, the removal of the fine steanershie: Canada, Sarah spectacle.Sands Thrt't, and I and perdition.The Music: and me of Piano $35 00 ; \ _
Indians from the soil of the former." noblest and functions IrawinranJ Painting. 2: 0 'I
of
jnp regret ofthc Secretary.The \Vcst-where the democrats are equally op. Cherokee-all coming up at once. The greatest lft Ancient Lansuages.each, :
There is something very incongruous in ll'is' Cherokee shot thead, and in first. may be discharged without the aid of \ ; 2 0 de. \ _
Rtpltblir.an thinks it likely that Craw. posed to ncnlon, and to Ewing and Collamcr, came The French Lanzuaje is taught to ( \
letter of the Secretary of War. If it mars
we enjoy the inestimable blessing of
may sire it withruf extra charge. .
ford't lette, disapproving of the lIew dc.inent" there are to be found fewer democratic officeholders any thing it must mean this. That it 'ahighlJ New YORK Aug. 23, 0 p. m. h to mix of Post officers whose improper that Governor Mo eley should Candidates for the First Class rnu-t br in their ;
thtfiovemor was seeking up (saying nothing The Cotton Market} has been much excited in our souls ; we may fill the highest staI in the '

with the (Iidian affairs had relation to some. places are not worth seeking,) than in the have called for volunteers to defend the peopleof under the favoabe! news from Europe. The I tions without gold, yet nothing. nothing, will candidates t Mth year, and for a the corresponding higher elates.If age. required _

thing else than the volunteer movements, to single city of St. Louis, where the incumbents Florida l, bio own ft'low.citizfnc, and over sales have: ammmted to 200 bales at J advance do without it. The cry of the youth, of the i!very deifble that pupil" he present at the t _
whom he was ptcsiding( as chief-magistrate, } middle-aged and hoary headed man, of the opening the Term- The Class'are then formed
** ofJlis Excel. of the : Fair Uplands, 10J) Orleans, j.Breadstmis j.
some nei'.fanpled proposition" are devoted to Jtcnlon. Nine-tenths from the ruthless attacks of savages, left contrary 1 I Christian and sinner, is more, more, more. and thrwp voting ladies who enter upon the course

leiicy on (the subject ; and therefore it complains Southern people, without respect to part, look to treaty, by the General Government, changed.The are weaker, but prices are un- Deprive them of hopes, of expectations, of the with those! their who class are admitted, possess after a decided the classes advantage have over pro- .

tha we did not publish the Governor's upon Denton as the worst enemy} ofihe South. within Ihe State ; without first sending to Board of Health has stoppped its dreams of accumulting. and life itself i is not greiaed in the studies of the year- f (, _

have served Washington to ask permission of the Secre. daily worth a fig. for our country Any other Information needed, will be furnishedon
letter als as that might to cx. Democrats of Missouri are as for report of eases.i _
strugglng tary of W ar. Mr. Secretary Crawford, as hesel'ms thlipr The deadly malaria of mammon's poisonous application; to the President, or toEH.MYERS.&c'ry, I
plain away the offensive portions of Craw.ford's life and death, for the ,' one whom -- ----- Faculty.
to 1 be the President ad interim in his i[:FIR Kr-OKIPlAN breath has penetrated into household. i' _
& every "
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THJ JOrns.\L. 33 Iw
refy.' We can assure that paper we thc slave States, with so much reason, con. peculiar department, might have declined to FEMLLES OF THE 19th CENTURY. From the stately mansion of the city lo the An? 2 >, 1549.- _,

have no onccalments to make in this matter. demn. The South is watching the contest 1 rt"cc 'e volunteers, if he M> willed to do, )( LITTLKTL'M.NUMBKR lowly cottage that can scarcely bft seen em.hios'ered ALEX. C. MORTONUoru.y _
\ L Kt
We are t>t disposed to withhold the solutionof with breathless anxiety, agitated by contend. but his offensive remarks about another in woods ; from the ,Judge on his tt L.au\ & Commissioner -
element" and in of the Florida an- I Bench the cobler wit h his awl !! the : 1 (
censure a
its ** pt'gnant inquiry." It will find itself ing hopes and fears. And here we have an : FIVK. to l en. of Ilcctls tor Florida.
thorities do what ihe .
for
to
preparing of centered and
government ergies man are gold.
tiistaken in about thus which is claimed Southern upon OFVICE AT COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. .i G I _
greatly catching toget Administration intended, remove the Indians, i is but adding low tiuch have females degenerated from cankered by this one corroding principle, the "V c attention to such business '
'faithful
hold something to prop up a forlorn to all appearance throwing its weigh into the insul to injury. It will so be consideredby the oldei time, when they were stout and insatiable thirst for gain. The plough and \T,7"ILL\ \ may give be entrusted to him, in the Courts the Jj'_ _

hope ; bit as it is anxious to have the Go.ernor's ". I scale of Ilcnton against t\c\ South people of Florida. The Government healthy, ial and strong, blithe and cheerful ; I the saw, honorable tools in a primitive age, Chattahoochee Circuit, Georgia. composed of the

will may remove the Indian, *-it can, it should do could tun their hands to an.thin'-slinl'. t tie have been thrown aside for the of I Ii Counties of Mnscogee Harris, Talbot Stewart and
liter below. It
we give it see We add another fact. In a speech lately I gewgaws i
Counties of Russell, Macon and _
iron wash and in the
rise M.mon
so, but it will require months and years to aecomplish pots sweep scour, up by daylight imperious fashion ; the wheel and the loom ;
ii that of things atVashingtrn. delivered Demon Mo.[ he i Harbour, Alabama.
nothing to justifthe course by at Lexington, breakfast
it unless and preiart discharge a thousandhiuuebol
more prompt energetic have ceased their music to the dulcet tones of 1 ISiU.' 32- ;im
\ hiLt we have reason to hope said That he would sustain Taylor 1 duties, and then ifit Augu4IlS .
lC. measures are pursued. The Indians will 'II was necessary: 1 the guitar and piano. .\1 all, springing """ --

the RcpiJican is righted on this subject be. should he sanction a 1)1:favor(abolishing scatter, and all the whole army will not If sit down and converse with good common from the i idolatry of wealth. Lessons i French.

fore now. He that as it may, we know that slavery ;1 the District of Columbia!" able to find them. U. S. troops; arc not the I sense. ), thieve were women They worked Shal this go on ?-wi WR admit pride and n HE undersigned, in compliance with the request

bet troops to hunt Indians in the Hummocks like buvers from morn ti night, and were luxury, fashion to the Jof several gentlemen desirous to 1Er the _
the 'will be usurp
people not jaundiced by party To *vhat inference do there circumstances woodsmen merry a = all the J 'c long French Lingnage, has procured t the old
:and Swamps ofFloiida. I requires crktts day. They I pace: former fre..dor and virtue ? Can iti ;. reading

views, and hat with one voice they will con. point ? not perhaps wilh absolute certainty, I (for this service, such as are to be fund were not with hysterics and laintin: s, i be possible that the land of Washington, ot Room Hoc. where of the he Floridian will give Office a series, over of the Le-lons.Store commencing _

dcmn the tnatmcnt volunteers have re. but With sufficient grounds of truth to awakenthe among the pioneers and] hardy frontiermen.Mr. fri" htenei at a mouse, and alarmed at t"cn'trifil. I' Jefl'T.; :on and Franklin I'I'I or. the frt of September. He will attend I

ccived from.he administration.Here t suspicion. Itisjhis; -lhat the I Secietary Crawfim. will yet find it necessaiy I I djiger. No, no. They could load a \i The home of the free,and the land of the brave"I lh re from 7 to ) A. M-.and from 4 tw' -
strongest (to policy. and reecho the hot; a wolf or a catamount, ride! on abe I o'clock.: P. M.. ant! yin 'accommodato students a<
is the Governor's letter to wllichCrawford.s I will be inhabited h I I
I Administration is willing to aid Denton in his ,' claugo. I ir chc, ply a canoe, and keen at bnv. ever )a set of dastardly, I their convenience may require. Terms of tuition

vas a reply] : efiortsto crush the Southl'r party in Missouri 1 i wlll u hand of yelling ; servile, cningilig slaves ? Got! grant that 4it vtrrcti \>ill be moderate, may be learned by application ., I
\-s.cc savages. may) never haj'vri| May the spirit{ which !I! to JOHN B. lECORCE
while Denton stands ready to support the Administration : The Rullimore ArgusnfiVrs to proveby They a g'wf l old age, raised up stout now in our land give to Inc I August IS, Il9.i 32-1w "
Kxrccrivn Omen ( prc"aiu way
I children i and -
ails Inly sunk down finally i into ;
Tallahfsr; Florida, July 20 1949. in aggressions l'pon the South in respectable; witnesses: that its report more better adapted to freemen. I ''I''I'I
S wbic the covered with scores of O Horida Land Sa1e.TILL .
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gate _
other We do that there has years. But if it is not staid the hour the
I not '
quatters. Sl: of Gen. is complained! day | i I
Taylor's ds!
His Excellncy! Z. TAYLOR, slf'ch'hica I he ofoiirgieat grand parents Wish: wii I f
I whrn shall be buried \ be offered at Auction numerous tract >
come we
IJresidflt LT. Stales. I been _any regular bargain made, any treaty or as throwing upon President, is I how nuchi of envy do we think of them Howsorroifuldo ( hopeless and irretrievable despair.as a I '. \ valuable Land, at the places and limes fol

I formed, or covenant entered into, either in literally true and correct. He them emo. we feel that our own ru.-,h.l'"ht, I lowing,viz: I
I hsten
Sir : to advise you of the fact of j Flemington, Fla., 1? 19.DIE. .
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the recent stack by the Indians upon the set. ; words or writing; I,)high contracting parties, crats or be them whigs," as the General said did n
tiers near Idian River. The enclosed print.I the Administration on the first part and Hen- I on another occasion, there is nobody, we alas vc were born in the present century.It i! COIiliKTTS IIIGJILYCO.V( E.YTZD Eucheeanna.ratlon Co on the 10th j
ed will jrnish all the i It i our fate. to live in a degenerate, sickly SHAKER I Roach' fluff, Washington County, on the
slip This SYRUP OF
particulars. | ton on the second. We do not believe it. A tliii1k, who will hereafter claim that he ha and sntimental \ SARSAAJLLA. .
look around 13th December.At I II
.tate ofthiu I had fully anicipated: as will i I age.YII'u we ; The cures ejected! bv t this! alternative of
powerful
irish for such an so disgraceful, than but Mamnna, Jac'von the loth flecr'a .
as Conntyon
agreement an higher capacity for speech-making in, wisee nothing airy forms and painted itlieblnod are I .
be seen frorrmy letters to President Polk and | ) I multiphins daily.: Certificates, as to the 17th I _
LotfsMilU, Idlhoun Co., on
to our Sensors and Representative to Con.I .Randolph once said, men scarcely I whisper for directing public affairs. hues- \liiliputian offspring of nobler: structures. 1 I| its unlimited efficacy, are rendered voluntarilv, to an almost. I G..d
press, copiesul' which are herewith furnished. :i e\e'l to their own bosoms. But that the Ad. ------ \\e It1dc moving mincinoh' along during aak not extent.the public But to on rely.these The alone wordi the Proprietow of Scij Q'lncy. qee, Leon County, on the 22d : :)

For the) last HIT. Those that everjddhundreds sickly, pale, di. Monticello, Jefferson Co., on the 27th _
nee years it seems the Indians i ministration, at this important epoch In HARP whig papers : corn. j euce Uiujnestionably: must bring more conviction to V V
have not rcmined within their limits but on Southern is hc aid and of the reports of Gen. Taylor tuinutive: ooking git!Is, seeming with hardly the d bubtiii! :;, than even accredited statements ot .. Madistori Co-jrf Horse, o!the the 2fh lit .
the j' history, attempting to gi plain li/crl enough ilimallifc to drive the blood thro' I hundreds rescued from the grave. Japer, Hamilton County, on Janf.on

of theft coulraryjave repeatedly committed acts comfort to Denton, the opponent of thf South, porches! as calinj; ridicule upon the Chief I I their vcis. Tell them of their good, old,! The di-tin uHhfd: Chemist Ati;'istcs A. Hayes Alligator, Columbia Co., the 2d .
,e of the whites. The i time of sale 1*
upon property M.l D., who has chemically) this preparation TERMS :-One fourth payable at the ,
white settlctsiave heretofore been restrained j with a ,'Icto scenic his Senatorial support, Magistrate of onr Union therein hit the second ;grandmmers, advise them to adopt the same I v\iittsai follows. tele and the bll"nc') in three e.\unl\ annual instalments.

from taking tl: means of redress in their own 'I we think is clearly inferrible! ; and we think, '! Washington himself harder than they-I rules louse early, lake exercise, to inhale I ( u. Edward:Brinl: v &. Co.- Persons desirous, to know what particular tracts

hands by an _
< on part to J if i be a fact, it is one of most significant import lo any body man: application to Post Masters at the above named
embroil the c, in another Indian I !I lab<4 why it would prove an unpardona-: Concentrated Extract ot'Sirsaparilla," I ret ,
ntry war, to the Southern people. more reason than any public! man we know. places or fr t the subscriber at Tallahassee,by letter t ,
And by the )Impqhat the Federal Government blc ulla e-tll"\them into htntt'.rics anl ceivgci a copy of !hi,Formula for preparing it. pstagepaid. .
-- -- ----- from friends." From te, the Syrup, the fact ol the existence
would \ to crv- save me my serve tfiiatitfu the term of an alieady t"s JOHN Keswtcr 7
speedilv imke the .
necessary arran p. Ilric in it sfthe azt suttance4 namedwaasctrtninrd, rE.RD. V
Letter
Crawfor's --- life. Sch of Public Lands for of Florida..
meats for their potcctinn and security againstthe Agan. a thing as to get up early- and the general good qualities of the preparation in- :
The from the Savannah thf Cli arFe-Ion .1Jrrcw' j Tallahassee, IS, IS 19. 32-3m
following Teligrcput1 for Aug.
incursions oftl i!, Indian As yet nothing \ Georgian ever herd the Wit!-to go 10 woik-downright ferrrd.I _

has I.een done by tie Genaral; Government; will show how the conduct of the Washington Arrival of the Caada.u.TDlnr fiy t !-to be caught with a scrubbingbiush ,I The Formula fdibili: the union of some of the 53-: The week following lor three papers months will,!and publish send the their above.

although the au.hoiilus of this State have I i authorities to"rdl Florida if regarded! Aco. I 1,119. i one's ha nil-\vhy it would be an j"I substances best of our of native the hizhe rnedirinal t root and remttlia plants! with once a to the' Register accounts l'I _

been active in arhising the public and the : abroad. What the : e\ disgrace Poor creatures they i repute 33 agents, I The in PensacutaVMarairtanpd Apalachicola i
Sallwl The steamer Canada arrived at on raw and doe not include any nirtalic compound. For papers _
authorities at Washijgton of the necessity for I I' Rr/lUical lalif. \ 1.,0, lore about the rising of the sun than ; the cures in which tu! medicinal iiulities% of Rarsaj t ; the Savannah Georgian and Republican, ;
of the U5th says on the subject, simply Wednesday evening, having been h b>' ] : Charleston Courier and Mobile Register.and J JI
mun' the Mercury ;
the if
the adoption ofoire n"asurcs fur the defenceand i'I' man i moon, and it was not for the j paiilla are sought for, this preparation should hu ea I 1r
the Advertiser Columbus Times, Ga.. and the
security r.f: solders in the IVnitnuh. In that Floridians and all others must t keeJ their heavy weather. The following is an altrac'lof sonant uid or some other Idlllerson, they preference in consequence of the care and skill I r Rjleizb .Standard and; the Register.

evidence of this I r'l. your Excellency to an I mouths shut, no matter what o Tav.; II'r intelligence! : would necr know but ( I lo evinced incorr.poundins it.. .
A.HAYF/sMD.
extract from my last ainu.il; message, and to i lor may choose to say or do in repaid to the \IAItKIT1.--LIVEItPOOL,of August tiade 11.Dnsinessin shine on (rever. As for courage of an)kind. ,i Slate"tG Eisayer of JIajsachuactts. $20 Reward

resolutions of the Genial; of this I every department con. (except I.tj-t m .ri< .) why it is very I! Mirth Iii. !Sl>. .. } -t4Vr\.ItV _
Audibly acton of our State authorities in defence- or tiniies healthy, though there is rather less / c I ._ T) ANAWAY on the 2Sf h,of July List. ,a ne-
afraid
State shadow J of
the subject of which lune.: They are agun u .
, upon copies are the lives and of citizens. Our' in but the whole woman named! ILLY. a smart and
herewith property our' doing produce, on things wHoi lock stock barrel an-1 the !
. furnished.For or MARRIED, 'r intelligent house r3nt. said woman .
the temporary defence of the people people of every class and party will spurn the look cheerful. very sf rt of a beetle is enough to throwthien I In Thomnville.ou: the t'\'euin <>f tjssI I lOih in-t., T-- ha.- a scar over her right eye, and on the ,
I Throughout the week an active demand has I 1 right side of her The above reward will be 5
residing near the Indini and insinuation that our just complaints theSecretary's t i jjo fts. : the Methodist ( the Kev. chEt. t
against Church
boundary at t by Lucky. (4II
upon Ir
the prevailed fo cotton and there has been a labor in : I| given lot her apprehension and confinement in any _
The cannot useful
evidence outbreak and violence on the impudent regrets" about any business, Rev P. SMITH to L. A. GONEKLK, all
calling large attendance of the trade, who purchased ;, tfl' 1 tf. I i jiil so that she may be obtained. Information respecting -,
part of the Indians whicL I have before but ihj'can dnCf fioin, one Wtth.S end to her received. Addres
thankfully
me, out the volunteers, are dictated] by low motivesof less of that place.5J'lHE wit l .
Holders! have been to
I have thought it neccssa-y to order out two frt-ely. disposed anothc ; they cannot find time for any do. j the subscriber 2t Tallahassee,Fla. j _
fault-finding. In contrast t with the take prices and purchasers had to u. _
partisan previous bill V. POWELL.
they lime
companies mounted mui to aid in t the de. :: !! ha"t to promenade friends of Gt-ntra! L. .\. THOMPSON
fence of the settlers. It cinnot be expected sneering of the Rejniblican, here i h what the pay I I.a \ advance on American description the stnMs,by the 'hour. Young laiiies tovr. I August t IS, ISP. 30-If'KJ
; announce him as a candidate for Major-General ol the
that our people shall wait pntiently much Ion. Georgian, which has a just sense of FJorida'spOEition The following are the olficial quotations, as a-d&jsjonothing hut thrum the piano, dress Savannah Republican and New Orleans Pic-j
declared by the Board of Broken : Fair Uplands ;; First Division Florida Militia, at the election on the ayune will publish the above once a month for four
f.fJf for the action of ihe Federal Government. and conduct, says on the subject : for coniJiy, attend IJaIs. walk the streets, tiri l Monday in October next.OStu month*, and send bills to this office for cotection.
Orleans ;
5 Mobile[ 5g 5g. The
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Unless they have some assurance of : trad (!ls, pay ,' waste money.- -- ,
protec- -
THE FLORIDA WAR. sales of the week have amounted to ( I I
tion from that quarter, they nust either abandon ifOOO They n vr attain to a gocul old age, but perish I : : friends of Erit;. Gen A. K. ALLISONI Improved McCarthy Gins. _
their settlements From present appearances, we are about to bales. of which speculators took 21,000, Iron tistence long before have I
or tale the means of they entered I announce him as a candidate. for Major General of the WARRAN'rED.'V
redress in their own hands. have a fair specimen of the \arofl'?3-G, exporters GOOO bales. pj the joys of lii( What is the cause 1 j 1st Division, F. Mat the approaching election on .
and which continued till '39 or '4(.o.one) The cotton market was calm, but YEAR'S experience has given the fubscriber
The of this It is fuJ in idleness and latchours A
State lane
people so largely Interested inactivity, bit Monday in October next. MA.NT VOTEIIS. a perfect knowledge of these Gins, repeated .
in that section Florida, expect imme. very same policy which then prevailed, it ape prices were Mistained. tij? lacing, thin shoes, muslin dresses, --- -- experiment has not only showed him all ,the defects ,
diate action on the f ul ect. What that immediate pears, is to be adopted on the part of thc ad. The Grain Market was depressed at the imprudtnexposurc and that gusto for taking :i- \Vi: are authorized and! requested to announce ,but has nabled him to overcome them. He V

action shall be will be readily ministration at the present time. One would close of the week and most descriptions exhibit mcdiciiejr every little[ ailment. No wonder Co!ALFRED A. FisHER as a ,candidate for reelection believes that they are the best Roller Gins in the V

RCfcted by yourself M-ho are so well sug. think that the authorities at Wellington hadlearned a declining tendency. then thlt'iousands' continue to drop ofT annually to the office of Sheriff of Leon Countyat the world, and feels confident that they will give satisfaction _
acquaintedwith
a lesson. And particularly, that Gen. Harvesting operations had commenced under ensuing election in October next. to any one disposed to try them. .
the I toill Can
country and the character of these a premature grave. we Owing increased labor and !expense on them '
Indians. The public impression here seemsto Taj lor, who has had some cOIideralJlc ex. favorable auspices, the crops*giving prom. expect illrwise I when everything contrary to (tfWE; are authorized and u'fufiteci to announce the subscriber i U compelled to raise the price to one '
be there can be no pericnce in Indian warfare, and in Florida isc of abundant icM. the hca'tkuid strength of the human frame is hundred dollars. J. M. JARROT.QuincyAugust '
permanent security to Mr. FLETCHER WHITAKER candidate for the
too and with these same Seminole Indians There was a good demand for cotton and as a 11,1810. 3I-Sw
the lives and I Death will continue make
property of the settlers in that indulge to office of Sheriff of the County of Leon, at the enduing --- VV
woollen manufactures. --------
country until the Indians are removed. would have learned from that experience them hii dims until they learn to adopt the .I 1
election in October.
I have no time to write further this something of the duties of the government at Money is abundant,and prices are advan- good ddriiles of their primitive parents CHARLES H. BUNTING,

subject, except to express the hope upon that the Wafeb'ngton: in reference to the recent out. cing. The bullion in the Hank of England which v\\ insure to them health, strength. i. I respectfully announce myself to my fellow- = u .

Federal Authorities adopt such speedy breaks of the savages: in Florida. The Presi. amounts to fourteen and a half millions sterling. and lotgiity.FIeniton/ citizens of Leon County as acandidale for t the Office OFFERS his i professsionatservices Jo.th*citizen.* vJ.

wi dent, we have any right to call Gen. Tay. Fla. 1649.TH1IDOLATRY Florida. He will nd'Ith des-j ;
measures ,
protection our that the i ; July, of Clerk of Leon Circuit Court at the ensuing election
tide peollta lor President( has been shamefully negligent ,\ .-The Danish Minister of Marino [ patch to any calls that may be matte i iipo.n !,im.an.rpfrform. .
immigration which is into I iuOctobernext. JOHN B. KEF
: with care and skill, all operations entrusted -
the blockade
the Peninsula be lor his duty in this matter, by turning over all ham given olficial notice that WEALTH. Tallahassee, 1-1, 1SI9. and liberal .
may not checked by a want OF July to him. His be a moderatE _
his fiutii Florida the of the Elbe would be raised during the prceATi
dcfrjiatchcft lo ( -
confidence Secretaryof con'afctec'lljf. His res7dence
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in the ability or inclination of a: they can ,
the Federal Government to afrbrd ample se. Wnr, for his decision, nnd leaving the peo. month of .U Ubt. 1.1BER !IX. c-\VE are authorized and requested to announceMr. at present is Quincy'where communicatforu! _

curily to the settlers that they shall bo fully pe! ol Florida lo care for themselves, while he The Englll papers are filled with accounts I'ornTipy being the common scale OSCAR A. MYERS as a candidate for the office will be received by.him,and; mifdwteIyatendtuto: .

protected in their livei and property.Very lakes a pleasure trip through the !other of the reception of the Queen inIreland. Of ink* by tnrajure, weight and sale, of Clerk of Leon Circuit Court, at the ensuing election I REFBnNczs.; :
States. The cholera is increasing in Lou In .Jie| atJjirs. of church and stale in October next. Hon. CHARLE V. DOWNING, Tallahassee.

Respectfully, This course might not appear so reprehensiblo } don. 'Tis'h' (the balance and the weight Gert. DtPONT, Dr. DAVIDSON.
W. I). AIO3ELEY.
tl the secretary had been a man whose President Bonaparte denies any desire to The iplicity ancient limes has passed {JCJWK are authorized and requested to announce Col. W. T. SOCKTON. Dr. J. L.. SH IELDS.' V : 5
R. E. Rev. J PIJELPS
he WhigAdministration and CoL feelings f coulJ have communion with those of change the present form of Government., away lie purity the honesty, the'irtuf', EDWARD FOOTMAN, Esq.. as a Candidate for Mr. Ef H. HQDGKISS.Quincy.Auust _

Benton his fellow.citizens of a neighboring State, Some of t the journals insist that Napoleon'svisit which whear so often spoken of as attached : the office of Tax Assessor and Collector for the I, IS.19. 31-3m _

The Whig presses everywhere seem to be many of whom have been driven from their to the Western provinces was 3 failure. to those"}"* has faded, waned and departed. County. of Leon, at the ensuing election in October. ., -

Bluffing the breeze for the scent of coalitions.If homes! I by the marauding savage, obliged to Gen. Oudinot has resigned the command: of An insaiatid, insatiable desire for accumulation \VE are authorized and requested to announce L. SHIELPS, :U. D. J. S. EOSP.Drs. Vf M. D4 j

we thought they would follow it, we would leave their crops and all their substance, and the Army of Italy I because, as is said he ufrtpert preys upon the vitals of man Mr.fjQ-JAMES 0. RONEY as a candidate for tr-e Of. -

like to put them,upon a track which, if well seek security among their fellow.citizens in could not act in harmony with the Pope, who kind. ?e one ruling passion. The only fice of Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon County.at SHIELDS &B6&D, _

trailed the lore densely populated portions of the has always treated him wilh distrust. Gen. polar stais! money, money, money. In sickness i the ensuing. election in October next. HAVING associated! th-mer"t? toetht in the' .
might lead lo large game. I State. Rotulaw has het'1 appointed in his place- or )health, in prosperity or in adversity Medicine.. Surgery, .c.. ofer theirservices :

)My way giving a hint, we would suggest Upon the first intimation: of outhrt'nkl, There are serious rumors of a change in the -yearom the cradle to the grave" theo isa'n 3-: \Ve are authorized and requested to announce inp to t the. tt.z "of Qulncy, and t be lur1Qud. V

that in these times while nearly everywhere Governor Moseley, with that decision of char French Ministry. The Minister of Finncf i idol4jlis! estimation of the \altm of property DANIEL McRAENY candidate lor the officeof country.Quincy.August V 11, 19.tO :;n 1
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throughout the Union democrats are indiscriminately acter and paliiolUin by which he has ever in his statement to the Assembly, says that the in seem lo Jive, to exist, for the Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon Cotinty,at the ----

been actuated, without.delay called out the deficiency in the Treasury on the first of next mere puoso saving, of making, of hoarding [. election in October next. For Sale at Cost
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removed from office, and c"el of he State will be 530,000,000 francs and hes for themselves and their children -- ; ;
volunteers ( to protect and defend January, die | ------ -
Up ----- -- -- - -- -- i f) SETTS 3IILI IRON* i ft'i '
\ -hi rf bwt
\ rc/y
; appointed}democrats, find it difficult the more exposed settlers on (he frontier. estimated deficiency the ensuing )ear will be jhey appear to think as if character, Leon Academy. qualityeach Sett! consisting, Wheel .Crank--

to keep their places, the Administration has This'as his duty, in the absence ofa regular 320,000,000 francs. talent t>dom, virtue, even the hopes of eternal exercises of the Male Department cf Ihis! In- complete, with 110 inc.h.J, Vl11nhn43 12 inch 1.

given lucrative appointments to both of the force competent for the service, there being; The Pope's Commissioners had arrived at bill hereafter, lie wrapped up in gold.It TiE lorthe ensuing year wi commence !sweep, Pittman. Irons Slirrui-s and Guide Rods for ,!\

Ins.in.law of Col. Jtcnlon but very few regular troops in Florida. Had Rome, disbanded the whole military organ is tlnj god--Llie god of families-the- god on Monday, (the 21th of epfeml> Charges: as Saw =ash McNAUGHT.ORMOND.Forfurlher.partKuUrs applyo't/ ,.
FurthermoreWe beret ulire. Newport, or I'
We : he not done so, and more murders had been ization, even thoso corps been of nati ". Veri., great, great i\ the god of For any further information. please enquire of I G.1 S. KING L QO., St. Mark Mill
I whig authority for Mating that all the committed, who would have failed to charge faithful to the Pope. It is reported that GAR. the E iins I T. R. DAKER.A.B. MwportAugust tI, 18.f1. 30- 4w

deral Olce.holder in MisBonri have taken him with neglect of duty, and a disregard f fo r IIIALDI has beaten an Austrian party the at at. In thilnc8s of our pride as a civizct and T.'laha 'le. Spt. J 1,1S49. 34-3w :" ,

aides' with Ikutoti against the interests of the the lives and property of his fellow.citizlls1 tacked him. His forces have been increasedby christ ed Itopll blessed as in a Notice. Medical Notice. V .

S in the crusade which he is Governor; Moseley discharged 'his duty faith. the access of many Hungarians. wondrowith are disposed to look ,. H. .c. winr.M. D. J. r. CA.i.i.? if. t>. '
waging a. the weeks! after date I will mike applicitfon to cALl. have a-wociaferl
of and WIRT k themselve
on
when made to Presi Venice still holds out. It is reported thatthree a ling sympathy pity SIX DRS. *
'Iust the opponent of the U'ilmot Proviso fuly-an a report was Gui- (Hou. Jud, e of Probate for Jeffrrsori county, thf' practice of Mwficine,Surgery .c. and'
We have a report from the highest office Armenian or American vessels had arrived dark.suded stilious idolatry ofagespast. for tetters of Administration on the Kstat nf f FarMcne. offer their services. to the public.Otfir V .
the evidence o the lame authority, I of a sovereign State,. that report receives the } with provision for the hcsieg pd. by at we conceive to be a philanthropic qtibsr deceased. JOHN M. SMITHAuj'tat'.j "over Drn-; StoreMonticctlf norid.,

(a wrier in the Washington Republic j Hut I, uUcntiun of being handed over to llic Secrc The news front Hungary is Mill ru'orahc) aolc"oicit disjioshiojr, we have cent : IS-| 3! Augmt :S, t ISIS :3 tT a

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Notice. of the rainq of$. 1' Tuws.ml uclllln III
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i.e\t' "our"-of LECTJT will be conJ. '
Middle Circuit of Florida. 'P c ?*n*|*nlt!!*. wkTfb, Ihey call Dr.Towr..54 .r PI'
mmccd on the FIRST MONDAY in November TERMS : months after date, (the undersigned executor ,

7>on C* ;7i/v/ Circuil Court.-In Chancery. and continue until the .first ot March following. Titnrr Dor.r.n annum, if paid in ndvance. SIX( the 1.I..t will and 'testament of Lewis Saund
:: A NX A MART THADFWELL, r.' JAMFS I D. TRAPI- FACULTY. ThREE \ND A HALF per if paid within: si\ montt.s. <>rdecea-, late of Leon county, will present hi* mw.CU".lInet doctor .! nJ Duet thclita.".; but Yet.he as dowry I wcorIIa ro_ ,7

William Tradcwell. until the end thevear. I final accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of. UoQ"" Ih'lI oIDr"
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WELL, Administrator GEORGE M. NEWTON M. D., Professorof Anatomy FOUR DOLLARS if not paid Leon Probate Coiirt. and a'k to be charsed. :, the pnrpn*nf gainlr.f Cm3l (r_h*t be to w.OFJfCIJVK T1IIt\a Ie.

to the Cowl on the affidavit: of com.plainant's and Dean of the Faculty.L. adhered and tile &M sat 1DIe6...Ind
Illrctloii of Slate Senator. appearing 53-; These teinn will be rizidly, 'to, LEWIS \. SAUNDERS: Executor. pusha ao. I uC
I Solicitor that the defendant in the A. nti1. D., Professor ot Physiology and discontinued until all arepaid OftlOiJfJLmi OLD ,.J"rollr..a4.
: VACANCY hatinq occuinil in the off.c* of no paper will be airearages July 21. 1SI.> 2543mNotice. .
A .StttcSenator intheTwllth) Senatorial District, abovestated can** does not rride] in FloridJ. but in Pathological Anatomy. unless at the option ot..the publishers. Subscribers iu4fla. bui. U tlM O'd! Dr'. liII" ,. fanUJ agisle

.>cca ionetl try the resipnatn-n ol the Hon. Jo'eph the State of South Carolina: /.' i. OrUrni. That the ALEXANDER MEANS, M" D., Professor Chemistry : will be received for three months at One.. ,, .nl hi. ilfnumre ncnx. the tout of an. "

slid defendant appear and an"wer the complainant' and Pharmacy. 50- older (for the PTThe,6t Of it, 11)1.\n-t .... r. ,
15. ,Watt : It ill !.tr/>!UrJnr.!, That an elect ion beheld Dollar i months. at 61 Every r CV ,.
in aid District i on Monday, the fust day ot October bill on or before I the fiiM day of lccernhernextc.ti'> I. P. GAR'nlf.. D.. Professor of Therapeuticsand paper out. of Ibis county mut be accompanied with Month* after date, I shall apply to Ihe Hon.

'f crw ise the sane may be taken ]>io rO'I.r, o. ,1ml it Miteria Mcdica. the unless the order comes (hirnuEb l.f cur SIX in of Leon
next to fill raid "acanc\. cash, any : of Probate and for the County ai ,-.
Onftret That thi notice he I.. I D. FORD SI. D-, Pro-cssor of the Institutes and '
: isjiirtliir published in in the Stale.AUVEKTISKMENTS "
Given 'irnk-r my liand: and the crestS regularly authorized agents for my discharge (rom Ihe administratorship upon -
printed in the) Middle Circuit of Practice f'.t l Medicine.
e dt f"tHhs Suteof Florid,at the newspaper Obstetrics I the go d-,, chattels, and estate of Thomas Knight, S.l.._.. ,
months i JOSEPH A. E1. D. ProtVwr of
Floridafor (our a' pre.ctibeiihvhaw. ,
|
"
in the City of Tallahassee. dcc a.ed. ROBERT BUTLER Adm'r.March .
[SEAL.] Capitol .
THOMAS .\L TZELL, Judze. and Di"ea.es of Women and Children. .
,
thi fourth day of Auust, A D. July' lthl i li'. PAUL F. EVE:, M. I D., Professor of the Principlesand Will be inserted at' the rate of One Dollar per squareof 21, J910. 126mNotice. i

IS 19.and American Independence .\ tmecol" '. Attest : P McRAFNY, Cleik. Practice of Surgery. twelve lines for the first t, and filly cents' for each ? S- .-.. %'_ I IfI ,

.. Ibe71lbear. W. D. ;MOSELEY.Atjc July' 21 1 h2>> ByJ. B. Kr.F.\, D. C. II. F. CAMPBELL, M. D., 1)enionstratorofAnato- suWqiient i in ertion. A reasonable deduction! '. '

: t'JRODEnt! will be made on legal notices:1 (-tat'n"tlcr ,yrarIv -
week date I will make
Governor ol Florida.C. after application to
t : CAMPBELL D. Assistant Demon- l notices without alteration, by havin SIX I
W. DOWMXC, Sec. of State. In Middle Judicial Circuit Florida. with the office.A persons ; lion. Jud. eof Probate for Madison County' .
st'rat or. egular accounts letters Administration the Estate ol John !I
lor
.SIf.W [ ) ot on
cnt.lGeneral
: J\11.u11 4, Gadsdrn Counly.'FcJ Fall Term, 1549. A Cour-e of Lectures upon Medirel! Jurisprudence ? announcement of candidates for office VIVE J. Boyce, deceased. JOHN C. McGEHEE.May i
will be delivered I'rofe""or GARVIX. The Faculty ,,r.L'R\-in\'ariabl\ advance. No attention I(
Suit attachment for the .I" I
Robert L. Cdtaonds) by '., 1SJ9. 216wNotice. I {
Orders. will make their instruction as demonstrative be to order lor anriouncelncnt,11u1cs4 I
r*. f. sum of 7"vj 1 20.Ilp7ckiah 'nJ I\or to will paid any )\

ElECUTIVE ]DEPAnTMTNT ) Smith. ) Bond in j-1/.fn 1 ). as possible.Requisites accompanied with the cah. \ \\it&; '

'. TallahaiMe, July 23, I IS I JO. j S SAN (or Graduation as heretofore. All religious marriage, and obituary notices pub- I
n Tiin defendant! and all other person interested', editorial notices (for ).knths l after date, I shall apply to the Hon. \\
ELECTION i ill hereby Ordered to be held in Board mav ht> ohtained at (from 513 lo 517 per liihed eraluitou-ly ; but > private SIX t I

Fourth Brigade of f Flotida Militia, on the Jare hereby not ifu-d n! the institution the above mouth, every thins included. benefit, will be charged as advertisement !e of Probte for .the County of JenVrsonfor I .5 3"t! 'k' :
lIuit by' attachment, and are re<|tiireJ to appear and latter of dismission Executor of Esther Korne-
including a
the The fees for the entire course of Lecture*, I
rst Monday in October next at places; appointed
,l -ad'Jo the declaration filed therein within the OLD) IK.) JACOB TOWNSEND.THE }
l Matriculation late cf laid deceased.
County
b" law for Ihe election of County Officers, for aflrigtdierGeneral Hospital Ticket, are ?l ll-'i Jon WORK gay, ,
Dated Juh
time prescribed law. 17ih, 1S41 rra'ti'alnatom ', tube JOSHUA( TAYLOR, Senr., Executor.' tiRIOIXAI. M3COVEKEK or TIE
to (ill the occasioucd byibctagnaionnorcn. ticket, (onceonl 8i. (
vacancy Job Work such
r. \V. Will fE.pitr.'s Atiy. We ire well prepred to execute ,
March! 21 1'19. 12 Cm
; Chad Byrne. taken once onh'.) $lCl. '
July 21, 1S49. :2-s as bills, cards,blanks, pamphlets &c., with neatness Genuine; Townscnd Sarsapailla.
Also aa Ebxrlion' i is hereby Ordered to be ht-ld in I The friend and alumni of this institution are invited
and de-.pafch. .\Hulk of thi description, Notice.SIX 'M I>r. Tiiwnwnd i i. nnvr ntont 70 \ftin of trinit kulimriftn
durirc the of .
tbctinc ahd send the course
Ihe Third Hngsd.- Florid Militia at to to Faculty,
for having yearly accounts with known as the .1UTHOR and IHfCOrRtH of the
plic- above*j ecirlfd, for a Brigadier General occa. In Chancery. Lectures, peisnns in indigent circim fances who except persons be for delivery.: Months after date I will apply to the Hon. '''I WK.vr'/.vK: OR IQX.I I. TQir.YSK.yn s.is.ir.miL.:
,( Gen. Samuel' fluse1t.e nrcical a; provision has the ofjlcc, mu"t paid= on ,..I." Rein .". he waa eomprOii: In limit iu
operations
lioned by the rragnation ( MIDDLE CIRCUIT: OF FLORIDA.: GADS- may require a e of Probate fur.Gadsden; County' (for letters : \I" m.uIIt'IQte.1If
--- --- ------ ------- hieh inet"t 1 it b21n krpl mini of market and jie wit*
Also an Election is hereby Oideted to beheld in DEN CJKCU1T COURT. been made for their accemmodatioi whilst under -- ---- of diffii .i on from I the administration of the estate of to tbox* only whu low prwved. won, and know ttv.inirnbeil *-

the Cavalry Regiment of the Second Brigade,Florida treatment. For New York. James II. Gibion! deceit tvnlue.. It bltr rrncne.l the ear of ninny nrtrtkrlnt.u
Militia, on the fiM Monday in O'toUer-next. at .the The Branch of the Hank of Ihel) JJv. older cfthe Hoard. R. E. GIBSON, Adm'r. lb'_ |>f r oni whn hail been hentni of Mire d!"..sat urctf

places appointed by law for the election of County Slate oi Alabama! CIJlllpl1.. i G. M. NEWTON>:m. March 10, 1q19. 10-Ora (ruOl teith! iiruclnimrd, HEALING K' nrrllfnre POWER.moot wondtfal

OScfs fill the vacancy' occasioned by the resignation i r*. .A"sn"ti, (Ga., August 15. IS-lv 32-tw .,
C.West Sheriff of Cads. Knowing mi*} far* igt, tb.mihehisd. br b ki11.*rlncnl .
Benjamin ,
: Officer commanding lit i igades, Regiments Dattiilinns : den County, and vfficio admr. Dill to foreclose Medical Department E ntivanbitfe tu intend when the OMCHO* wnU loCI (tttfouhul -
the Estate oi Jame 1 after dateI shall apply to the Hon. to brinlrI into universal ootire. "hn itinttmnMirtnr
on tmerar- Mortgage. <
and Compaiuof' ii.toflect, within tin this Older State are within herebyt the ity deed John I'. hint rarity. !| (Of Ilampdfs Mtlnry Colics, Ilirlsracntl: \Va: THC REGULAR: : LINE OF PACKETS: between i S Jude of probate for the county ot JcfFernon, (for wnnld be known and appr tia( ,L This till ha*toni.

liutita+qtnm&of to their carry respective ci.Tnmatids.* William P 1 noci anily. Snt ign rpHK: twelfth annual, course of Lectures in this York and St Maiks and Newport! will letter di-jmH-tion a-j adminitratri de boni non I ihs OR.I.VD,inenn are.mnplird,"/> ,.: thi,: C.?f.f.F.1) rRr.p.iJTio.Y

W. I). MO.l,(aie.\ and is exllerj a ihrmifV

Heloiso! Minor Defendant' J 22d, l ht land continue! until the inidJle ot March.R. ind continue. throughout the I enlne year, viz: i said count>,(!CCCa3Cd.: MARY S. JOl INSJN.( )il the leng'.lt and brrntlthof the land. .<} eialljaii is fuaaitmcawble
7u1v2S" ''it! 2111jeo.SerrtiMI. !> of afirnfnlton ..r deterioration.L'ulU .
\ WARCALLA ehnf".Itr.
neru1Jli"anl'Vt. and Ocala Argu- IT BEING MADE TO APPEAR affidavit filed L. BOH A":.\:, \i. D., Pmfe-sor of O .tetricsainl Brig" ; : do. I I Jefferson Coitr.fy,April 7th, Ib39. 11 | yonn K. I' Tonn. nd''.it impmre w4 i aa4
OCJI.L.Trim
will) copy the abov until the i 1st ol October' ,and send 1. in this cause, that Jo11F.} Inncrarity resides !- Dit-a-es Women and r the hener;!(, .it i i. prepwd n*intftc -

bilbi tw tbe OffIce of Serr iida, to wit,in the CHAMBKIJLY.E I M. D., Professcof:Iat "Ie SUWAXNEE LUCY Clark Ilosmor, do.do. (newVACISSA ,) Notice. I principle. and by the a >eirmij!"
State of Alabama : lh.it William P. Innerarity r<-- 'iralL.i! it.\ and Therapeutics.S. \ do. month after date I will apply to .the Hon. I n:<> re'1r1isil..n] in the n..nufeune of U Old( t f.
Executive Department \ .ids nut ot the Middle Circuit of Florida, to wit, in lIel'lr.l.. I D., Professor of Cheinitry and Perry, (nevy.) SIX ( e of Probate for Leon for Letters of I 4Itr't".lIa.| The iMnpnnila rm t. it U well know to nwdicalr.en.
These built in the mo--t substantial! manner county, .
t Brigare nieilicinil and
Tallahan.rc. July 27 S S. J : nmtun many proierUef.[ ma pVnpefl.SIwhich
the of Pensacola in the State of Florida that .
City Pnarmacy.CHARLES
; Dismission from .the administration of l the estate of and which if
for t ti.U .trade and are commanded by are inert !r n" lm othen rrtnH la pre-
TT IS HEREBY ORDERED, That those peror.i Santiago; Inneratity resides beyond I the :limits of t the t BELL GIBSON, M. D., Profcssoi cf expressly Notborne T. Tay lor, dcc. 11. B. BRADFORD. pjinn? II for n'e. pratzc.fmi.eiS4i.e and tii hich i I i.-
careful and kneel and
.1 who shall be appointed by the several Judir-* of state ot' Florida to wit. in the Island: of Cuba ; that Surgery and Surgical .\nalom). expei CaptainsFreight passagcal Apiil II, IM'J.! 1T: luricns to the !yit.m. Some of the properties onaMapanl!tare

IVobat of this S'ale Insp c'ore of Elections to beheld .'\% W. Minor and Heloise Minor reside bevond CARTER P. JOHNSON, M. D., Professor f. Anatomy the lowe rates. \'Itll- ; \ ta noln.lt'- that they entirely., evap rate and &j lost ia the
CUE ,\ UEnSCO... prepnrtion. if they are n t vr..en,01 by a ttirxfc prtuit,
for CountOfficer* on Monday the first day o! the limited J the State of Florida to wit', in the State and' P'' \"i"loay.DAVID Notice.SIX Kr.iiwa only U> th .e etpenencrd in it"m..nnactllre_ Sloreover.
October nest,shall als act as Inspect tr.ofthe FJfCtion ol Viieinia : It in tftcrffvre Ordered, ThM: the Ii. TUCKER M.I: D., Professor otTheory 10 Beaver street' New York. i these ".tAr.l,"'ICei'u., which fly olfln vip4'. or a aa eat)

; for Officers 01) the Florida Militia, ordeied to raid named defendants do appeal and answer I he bill and Practice of Medicine. I JOHN DENIIAM.McNAUGHT Months after date, the undersigned will apply i, bf,n. under heat are the very urrxtud meJitat prfjrtit* of th.

be held on said 6rt Monday October complaint filed therein, within the times limited .\. E. PETICOLAS, ). D., D'monIrator.fnl.t.- i. ORMOXD, the lion. Judge of Probate for Leon County 1' to.i5 Any whirh person'ye cnn tn noil it r or: iu tew mine.the mot till th.y get
%v. P. MOSELEY Governor. to them respectively that i= to say-the said John omy. \ r\e\\ port. for letters of dismis-iion as Administrator of the Ilquul. which i. riHire ('..m ihf coloring' utaf.erm w root that

Juir 2'. F' 2'.- h" I I1'. InneiaritvLewis I W. Minorand lleloise Minor. The Miiariirn. Apparatus and illu ''ratio,for the Newport, August 12, IS 19. 4 Estate cf John Smith, deceased, late of said county. from any. thin? elsei.; ..*} can then nntn this in1>id or Tp 4liqnid.

AU the p.nf-r* in ti! > State will] copy this order within the ,period; of four month, from the date of deinonstiator departments have lecently jceivi-d PATRICK: SMITH, Administrator. SI'IUI.I.EXTR.U.'T
till lit Ocio-r! aiJ! sti.ii bill. to the Office of the the first publication thiorder : t the said William many additions and arc now very completi. The THE WAKULLA HOTEL, March 10, IS 19. 10-Cm article' known a. the

Secretary' of S'a'cProclamation! P. lunorarity within the period of two month ; and larilities Ion Practical Anatomy are un1 lIrJ .ed AT NEWPORT SPRINGS FLA. GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWJSEND'8

the maid Santiago Inncrarity within 'the period ol -i\ The Clinical advantages aie fully comnwisurate: Notice.SIX SARSAPAR1LLA.Thu .

by the Governor. months, otin default thereof the said bill of complaint with the wants cf Ihe student, and especial} vahu- /Erl rMIIS. i 1 HOTEL: has the been completed( desirable( andml. r months after date the undersigned, adminis aaparitln I if rmit'o prepared mire fift that.".."all.,.the every inert tbmr prnwm enpale i becoming of the Par;

may he taken confessed by t the said defendants lile to those preparing to practice at the }i>uth.- ; now presents to public a de bonit nun of 'the estate of Samuel} acid or of fermentation, ii eit/actnt and rejrrrd: then every

at and after the several periods limited to Clinical Lectures are zivenis ice a wr-f-l' in the I of report for (the approaching season.It I The', late of Leon County deceased, will presenthis p.trr.rie of 1IIC'11|; l rirtue is secured in a pure ad oonrentratmif.rfin

them respectively in this order. Providedthat' thU CollegeInfirmary (which i ji iu immediate cut igul- Ii JIlt deemed necessary lospeak .-f the advanta' accounts and vouchers to the lion. Court of Probate I : ; and that it is rrml'pft inpahueokamnan outs Tal*-
and thos! who able and heahn;properties. Prepared in this w*,U U mad the
it derived from the waters bathing by '
order be week for the. If of four with the Co11e20) and once week in tc Richmond 1 ..
"publUhed once a tin ty 1 for Leon County, and a-k for a final settlement must powerful *z 'Iln ih<- .
said I House. I In t lhe I in-li' tut ions le dneasis have he-juented the Sprin ". The virtues of the Cure of
months, and at the expiration of the term oi Alms -e aid disclaargefrcrn his; said administration. iiiiiumerablc dieasev I
four months then continuously om-e i month for occurring in Southern practice are me with, water are well known, and require no adulation. SIMEON THEUS. hence the rt'1\eo'D why .e hear mii>iwalitir o. every uSe
? I lnadJitinnto I the former at t tract ions an Ice I Housewillbewe.ll [ In its (.\,, by men, irinnen and children.: \\ find it doug
the fi'rm of two month* in a newspaper published I and the student ha the most eligible opportunities I May 10, 1 IS I 19. 20 wonders in the cure of
Hltctlon of Mate Senator. within the limits ol f the Middle Piicnit of Flotida.THOMAS nt becoming acquainted with their types and.treat filltd with this deniable article, and aillt co.V5f.vrr/o.v. rSPF.P.Hof. and IVKR co.!,-

VACANCY bavins! occurred in Ihe OlEre d BALTZELL, incnf Thiiliequtncy of Surgical operations' I kti.rc Gurdin near by. New Stables are bems: e- Notice. P/./. '. and in KHKl'.V.ITISM. SCRfKt-1. tlLT-S
A in the Sixteenth Senatorial District facilities ion rected and visitois will leceive every attention calculated cosTirr.vKss: : ail CUT.I.YKOCS; r.k c-r/c.rs 1'1.'
the
State Senator February 20, A D l 1"l'J. J u'le. t tbe class, together with t witnesing .
ccMoned !by I ttie rl."iTl lt ion uf the Hon C. H.'DuPoNT, Sol. for Compl't.A the t treatment' of Surgical caes renders thi, Ole cA t to make their stay at the Spring* pleasant. S months after date the underlined one of the. PL.F.S Bl.l LMPURITY)( THf''. -nd OF tll i.ff.'rri.n THE BLOO.:m.mifrom

Crasmu D. Tracy : It i" hmbii Ordtred, That ;:n lnIlecihiyI. : thebi.st S boots of Practical Surgery. \ewl'nrf.1I.lay !19, IS t t'J. CO-3m administratorsottheestafeof WflliaciS Then It pwesses a m-irre-Hons eUjrarv ia all cnrnptets; arising(frnn

Section be held in eaid Di-tiict I on Monday,the first R. HARPiS'Clerk! Gadsdcn Ciicuit, Court CJURfa-J"tr; r.lJ1ation t-'', Tickets of thf'iofessors late of Leon coiMty, ceased, will present hiac- l"Jif.'ti said 10' Gradi.tionFeefJ.'j. GEO. II. BESTWICKVlioleMilc rounH' and vouchers! to the Hon Court of Probate? of determination, uf..I"'NI| | to the ht-a.1.;pnlpiutn) or'the heart.
At) 4 October next to (fill vacancy.Giecnitn lly R. C. LKITHI, Ueputj Clerk. SIO'i:l( Piactical Anatomy !? ,
cold feet and hin'H.coM chill ami hut flashes .
theboml
Leon ak ( final settlement and discharge ter Ifbis
County alit or a -
his said adminUttaticn.
tlie Stale ol Florida, at the Capitol in *' attendant, may be obtaIned at 2lto} :t li! from pectnrttion and eentla .'.:.nli.n. relaiin; fictive of ube

tEJiX.3 the City of Tall )hatlsee. this 25ii .day State of Flori a.--Middle Circuit. per week. S. :I.UI'I1.! : D. T.\LLAIL\SSEE. FLORI DA.T"EEPS SIMEON THEUS. lung,. throat and every oth-r part.
I''it in nnihmz it us IVncp! tadMkaow
I 10 !Ie W. 20Administrator's Mc> more minlfely seem
.1 l July, A. D. 1 ,4'', and of American Saidh Whiting, ) In Cliancciy in I the Circuit Dean of the Faculy. constantly Oil hand. and tor sale at I the May_. led'jeil than in all kind* unit "If'-e' of
--- -------
Indcpciidedce the 71th year. > Coiut fur WakullaCountvon August I J IS, 1 2tJ. 32-4w J\ lowest cah prices 'for cash, all the articles in FEMALE COMPLALNTS
r*
WILLIAM I. MOSELKY, I his 1 line i nt f bu-inc.3. Flours of best t qualities Sugar, Notice. It work* w-rmil*>n in ra'eicf J.1"*...:'iinr Atttt. Fallhftf
Floiila.C. Francis: 13. Whi'is g. ) Bill (filid. of Louisiana. tilt H'ortb. OlatrurnJ. Stfprtitrd. or Vnntfui _'.,e,.Irrtftftrity -
Atlcst Cottrnor (f University Nut Raisins
: Coffee, T as Bacon Hants, SoapCandles months after date I shall present accounts
the satisfaction f the Court that' SIX my H' the nienstniil pen.Mls, ami the like; ai u M effectual
to n I
W. DOWSJXG, Srrntaryvf IDle. IT appearing MniUi'AL nF.I'\Irnl r\T-t'htUJ: : OF 1'eJ .':jQ. ; Lard, \Vhikey, and all other aiticles usually voucherand apply to the lion. Judge of ia rurinz all the f,nns of Kid y IriHiur
% July 23. 1 I4S' >. 2rJ-I Ow the Defendant Francis B. Whitutir, resides in found in similar e-st.iblM'mento.! All ptisons wanting Probate for Gad-den County for a final settlement By removiaz obktnictums. and irrn'atine: h* e''Jenl aye-

ftSeotmcl.. Republican and News, Jacksonville Texas,one of the Stales of..the United States and out rl'J E Lectures in I this Institution will conmmcc' to purchase any ot the above articles, are respectfully and discharge (Irorn the administration: of (the estate Irm. it give> tone und strength to the w b. kody aoj thee
C
all ofItcrt
wiucopy till 1st October, and end bills to the OfJCeecfSecri'tarv (.11th' State, s.I i t that oidinary process cannot bc served MONDAY, 14th November, and lonlnae invited to call and price them before buying 'Archibald, Black, dec ; and also a settlement and cnrei >rnu'oii5 tIicasc* and doillty
him It i Hurt tltcrnd 7 ail ithnil
: fore i> four months.
ol State. upon '
-I-ewhe-ie. final! di'char Administrator; on (the dower allotted and thus prevents or redevra a grtsu varwty other maladies.as .
-- --- That' a hearing of the fact eharff, i in s.id t bill I be FACULTY.Theory i Store formerly occupied by L. &, H. Greenberg and set apart tn I Margaret Black dec., as widowof ffinat rmtttm*, .JVtmrfifia dC. Fit**' >ancS, S.C
PROCLAMATION BY TilE O\'EH\OU.{ the fii-t in next at NewPort t.pdiflic fill. Conrulnomi & .
had t .c.It
Monday September
on & Co. Monroe and Jefleryon itrttti.Mav ( .
and Practice, JAMF J'IS.I,1. D.I ; : ,corner said Archibald Black, dec., late of said (Count( cleinses the tliw.1. excites the li""f lit .tby action. '
which o
in the county of Wakulla! tune said
Surgery, W."RRF.N :TON, M D. 12, IS-!-. IiI.zrocerics. E. S. SHEPARD, .\dmr. Ike .tiiiimcb and fires g")d digestion rerxes the bowel of
defendant may appear and plead) or ;an-wcrto' and' J. L. RIDDKL, D. --- --- : .\pril 7th, 1 IS-19. It torpor -tnd contie\tion.| allays Inltimnntmnpanfies the ikia.eaimlurs .
Cheinihtry,
defend against !liIIJill.1l1J it infintlur vnltittl, ( l..c. the rircn.ition! of the bliMMl. pnvluDg t.nrJe warmth
'That a copy ol this order published j in ome one Obstetrics and disea"' A. jj. ,-,E.VAS, I. D. equallyalt over the biHly. and the in'.ens lf prst.n' ; n-
Women and Children. 01)) BAGS RIO COFFEE, Just Received, lame nit strictures ned tihtnes.. remove obstructions aid
of the ncw>papert) )priutc-d in this Cilcuil once a 15 Invienrates the entire nervous It M this then
\ WrDDt.NncRNM. syitem.
D.
Anatomy b do. St. Doiningodo.Ct LEWIS fc AMES': Drusr Store fre-h
week, fur at least three months. AT a supply The medicine pre-cnilfx2tIY need t
THOMAS P.ALTZHLL Matcria. Medica and Therap A.OTT ,. D. do. White Java ml I.). New and Valuable l\ItJlcincl-amon whichare you
Judge.
But cnn any<>f these things be Mid of> P-Town..nd..1aIa--
Election of State Senators. Newport, May 12, I I1 u. peutics, 5' 2 do. Hi own do. do.! the following : riot article. Thi. yr>unr ans' lionid ..* "* he
Phvsiolo'zy) and Pathology, THOS. I1v. TM. I), 2 BbN. crushed Sugar, COMPARED DR"S
VACANCY having ocrum-d in the office of A true copy : ( EO.: L. KRYANT, Clt-rk. DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RES'fti.TJ'E WITH THEOLD
A Deinonstiator ol ? i\1. 1 2 no'\! e. Loa I do. hecao, of on* RAND KICT. that t' one >* INCAPABUt
LK.MONMF.R
June J JtI'. 2-2 y. R. BITTERS
State Senator in the eight' 'nltorial: District ,
of !Jt.TElUUKATlO.tndNEVER
Anatomy I 5 G hen Box: and Pine Cheese
>-> Butter, Apple Stipep -
h\ the death of Hon. James II. T. Lorimcr, ;and in -- ----- Clinical instructions will be given daily .the .. D.i ;ned for, and trill em'. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint SPOL,
Florida. p. "rior Family Flour, Cider, and White Wine Vinegar -
lie thirteenth Senalcml dit irict by the resignation State of --Monroe County. Protes-jors in the extensive wards. of the 'fiarityHo Pilerrofula, J.lI1ndice-and all kindred I I while the other D<>Eri : .*.nJr. frmeti. and Mowing tit
: Codfish I Herring Chocolate Candies Sauct-<
,
of lion. J. P. Satidrr.-on, al-o iu .the fil'<-eiilh. Smith Mo\uy, ) di and in the .\
"\pital' unpitheatre.hue Pickle Almond*. Figs. Table Salt, kr. iic.Ktceived and damaging other KIM>JS ilnst not this horrible con
Senatorial district I Ih the icsi;nation cil 1 Hon. Louis i r*. I DILL CllANCLKY.. facilities utTered f for the study of Vactical 1: brig Sawannre, and for ale bvMcN elate of blood.DR. ponnd he poinonims to the sy i'iwm'- What put tetd nttytttm a

Aldrich : // lurcly Ordtrtd That f-lr-ciion be Joseph Law,ton. ) Anatomy and ope-rativo Surgery, are vcrjtrreat' per AUGHT & OKMOND. HULL'S WORM f LOZENGES alrntiiy diiea.it'l Kith arul! \Viat easea Dyspepsia bat

)ic1dinai'3 dutricts on Monday: ,the firft day cf October appearinzto me \\H' affid3\'i.. that Joseph Law ton, furnished free of charge. The ;afe<, "e not. all know that wiet food sunr(moor ..1achs. -(
I IT subjects being Newport, larch 10, ISI'i. lo what mkvhlefs pnidures? rt.uenee. neinhwn. ylptntion -
next, to fill said vacancies. dth-ndat.t i in t the bill lilei' i in I the above "auc, ic- (the public, fur the eradication of WORMS: in I of the heart liver eomplaut itarrhiei dy> nlery. totic
TERMS ------ - -- --
Given under inv hand, and Ihe coal of ids rut oi I the Slati- of Florida, and in Kuropc: : : Children or Adults.' and cnrrnption of ibe bf1C..I"1: :' is uulwia bat acid
Ticket of each Professor, J$l ir OT) Thomas Jeff. Heir, COUGH humor in the body U'rrn all the bwnon whicbi
the( State of Florida, at' the Capitol' It isOnlirof, That. said defendant appear ai.d an.1I'I'r HULL'S LOZENGES, pr..iir

tEAL ] in the City of Tallahao! thi 2Cth( ) the, said bill within the lime i picFcribed by law, Ticket (or Practical Anatomy \ 10 00 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Will PREVENT Consumption and CURE all eases of brine" on. White Rmpbons!*welline of! the.Ok I'tve,,. scald S>re*Head... and ilt alt nlceratiens Rheum.Eiysifiei.ts. In--

day. cf June, A. I n. 1 I'ltt and 73d otherwise it hall he taki'n JIll conlet-s-o. It is further Matriculation Ie.c. I' 5 (UU practice in the Ciiciil i Couit in each Colds, AsthmaSpitting ol Blood, Pains in the Side ternnl and extern.tk ? It is nothne- under henven. bnt MI 1M

yea r of American I-prndence. Quit ml, That a copy of .this oidet be published i Diploma' fee, 30 (Ou WILL of the Middle Circ lit, and in the Su- Shortness of Dreath and all other Pulmonary Com- I inbtticce which sunrs. and tins spoils all the fluids of the

W. D. MOSELEY.: in some newspaper printed in the State oi Florida No charge for attendance on 'the HospkafGUSTAVUSA. Pre Couit and United States District Court a via i ab. acid body,riuiii.niorr which or I."b"l Insinuates CiLties i'!lf between Khenniatnm the joints bat a andetae nnr or* ,

Attest A. E. MAXwri.rScT. Slate. once a month foi tine mlllll his.Jos. Noif. ). I')., 'lOIn, TaH b5re. M.SO- where imtitmnr anil inrUminf 1A. delicate tissues upon wbiea .

)1.) The Florida sent inl, Floiida Repub'ican, 15. LANCASTER, New OnleausJuty 3(", IS ty. "-. Monticello, January 29, IS IS. 2SW. DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, It acts? !<> of nervous d.... of Imparity of the blood afiid ofdernnced
which
cirrulatious .ad all the ailmenu
Jacksonville News. Ocala Argue: publi' .h to day of Key West, Harch QS.A. D. I 1.It). Ju JudgeSo.Cir. Well known as a S.ife. Certain, and Effectual Cure human nature. cetrly

election, and forward accounts to office of I Seci ercia. Tuns. F. Kt%n, Sol. for Conip. Fresh Groceries. S. DILWORTH,] [CARAWAY SMITH.ATTORNEYS for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent. Now is it not nurr.ble to n-Jte lad sell,and lajCaita'y wtrit

I) f'JfSlale. A tiuecot'y from the minute : TUST receiving (from New YOlk and Newt 'rins. I and another' Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-Jive loose thisSOUtvUNG *"

J QUO :10. 1S49.EXECU1IVC. 2r.. W. C. MALONEY, Clerk. ,* a full and choice assortment cf Grocciiesjonistiup -. LWiTJ WJrtlJ, Cents per Vox. FERMENTING.: ACID COMPOUND

April 11. 1ft By R. L. HICKS, I 1). C. -i II pait of Bacon Hams, Sides anil Shouters' AT LAW The above Medicines fresh and genuine are for OF S. P. TOWNSEND, .
an>! )elhe uond: I'M in hnv u undentotid that Old Dr. J okTnwniend's
DEPAI5TMENT, ) Mackernl No. 1 and, ?, Car.:1.-: : Soap, Flour, O ee, MONTICELLO FLOIID.Jul \ sale by LEWIS & AMES 0,,",,, Ongital SinaparuJ, b an IMITATIOIfof
.
Tallahassee,June 20th, 1849. ) Middle Circuit---Leon County.Silas ;Larii Tobacco, Teas;, Almonds, Candie!, Nc// Orleans Tallahassee, Fa. h.s Interior |arati,>a '
7, 1549. 27. For certificafc? of recommendation' and other information Heaven lortml that we sioutd deal in an article which wauld
Gr.NrnAL ORDf-RS.] Sugar, &.C.-which I offer 1 lo\\< l Ilir ca-li. )
In Attachment.vs. bear the most iii>Lint rcseubiance t<> #. t'TowiusenaEs.rtwt!/
rC fleet ion i i.lurt"11nrdl'l'Cd I to he held in the JJuiney Store removed next door "to John W. rt/s. concernms t the above Medicinessec future and which should bring d 'n Dpon the Old Dr.suchaiBonitaui

A firfct Division of the Florida Militia, JIJ lie fir*1 ( Sum IoWNfi to jjSU 1S-100. J01lIcDOU.LL.. MEDICAL NOTICE. advertisements, and pamphlets! which may be obtained load of complain is and cMiinations from AenW who have Paid

Monday in October iir\1al the placrs appointed] by iMac Hutto. ) JJond in $100 00. Jllnl'. 11'. 2:1 of the :gents. and pnrchn er* w ho huveustd u. .Tow naiad's .>TUGCOMPUIT.NO.

clef'ndan'and' all otheis interested' here- __ .____ _____ __--4--__ Dr. Charles T. Darby March IS, is I IS. 35 .
law for the flection of County Ofliwrs for a Major rplIC are \Ve wish it nnder.torH{ because it Is the ah..hta Jr U.that
General command said ]h'i"in.'o, fill the vacancy JL by notified of I the i institution of I the above s>nit, MILLER & DHOKA\8 T) ESPF.CT: FULLY announces to I the public in zen- 8. P. Tow nsend's nrtici* and Old Dr.Jacob Townsea4i! SafsaparitU --

occasioned by' the resignation. of Gen. WilliamBailey. and required'to appear and plead 'to 'the lfcluiation IX oral that he has permanently located himself in Drugs, Medicines, &c. are ktartn-tridt apart aiJ mftntity JunmKtr Ibal
therein within the time Itreceril'l..1] 1ZiLivery & Stile Stable they are unlike in every particular, havinnotonesingt. thing
tiled t t : l by law. ) Monticcllo, Florida, and will be found at all times, in common.

And an flection i it hereby ordered to beheld in WALKER: & .OWYNN ..L.L.:1] TAI.I.AIIAH, tJ.DRIII.mi. unless r rofi"->ionailengaged.. Strict attention will EDWARD BARNARD, JR., As H. P. Townsend U nn doctor and never was. tocheni a.

the second Division of the Florida, Militia on the Maj2 J, 1S40. 21 Attv'" for I'l'lT.. sulfcribe-rs have moved up t to thie iro'ir..f be paillo all professional calls.MayS.lSl' > TTAS received, by (the late arrivals, a than
first Monday of Oetoticitiet, at the places appoint rJ'lIl- Stables! and take this opportdityto' inform *. JfclMO.N ; .: J.J. fresh addition to his stock of GENUINE what g-unrantef can the public hate that they a.re receiving &

('dbyJawfor.hed I ctol1lf 1 County Offce-itf for a Florida, Middle Circuit. their friends arid the public enerjly I .f the DRUGS AND MEDICINES all of Pennine scientific medicine, containing all the virtues of the
General to command foaM Division .lo fill the articles u"ed In prnp rine it and which are incapable of chsat**
Major TOW''. MARIA.NO D. PAI'Y. which are of good quality low for Cash.Aloon .
I IX CADSDKN; ) CIRCUIT COURT. fact. Being thankful for .lie lil.crall'all1ia<. 'they wh.rh might render them Um AGEXTSfrf D13eaieIflLII of
vacancy occasioned by the leMguation ol Gin JamesG. hand a general assortment ot the following hen 1th.
Archibald MrPhaltd, Guar-1 have heretofore received they solicit a ufilimance TOWLE & PAPY,
Cooper. the and which are w.in'anted genuine' viz : But wrMCeNeshnnM be etpertpd from one whu knows nothing
of I -
t them'-eHeitoip:
Officers commahdin Dl gad(' Rejriintiitff, Battalions duu of Thomas Wilks ATTACHMENT : for .the same accommodation, pledge ol t those who lit pains Atlorneys and! Counsellors at law, llourk's Panecea RmvanJ's: Improved Tonic Mixture coinptr.itiwly uf medicine or disease Urni>tr s a pemxiof
ma patroniseIslington
rg. Sum sworn to $110. some eipeneuce t<>rook and serve up even a, common decent
and within the j
:: Companies} Slateare hcit-by required John Johnson. j j t tin in. Their i Stables are situated i t on ; formed an association for the Practice Wistar's B-iUain of Wild Cherry, Brandreth's lienl. How much more iuiMirwct| U it that the persons who can

.5 localry into. effect this order! within the limits *TMIE crfenJant: aNI all ethers interested will take Square, in I the most convenient pait, t ot t tli own, and HAYING, will attend tile several Courts of 'the Pills, She.maui's Celebrated Cathaitic, Camphor ttfjclure medicine, desicned for
of their respective commands, and make returns Worm, Cough, and Dinner Lozenges WEAK STOMACHS AXD EXFEEBt STSTI3".
to law. JL note of .the climmenCf-m"III (.f thi: suit by at-' for comfort and convenience, t Jcall t Ie sur- Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the District Court Etmpland'sCelebrated shiuia nOw welt the medical of the bert
plants
according W. D. MOSELEY. tachmeiit, and appear and plead to t declaration filed passed by any Stables in the Southern co tiy. of the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entrusted Ft'er and Auie R..m'dJ.Luc'nia Cordial Hi.iuner .it' securing and concentrating properties their heaiinf ftUiLlao

in thU R. E. GIIJSON November IS, ISIS. IS to their care will receive prompt attention. Thompson' Ee Water, McMunn Elixir of Opium an extensi ve knowledge of the various dueases which affect
(JA: 11) the papers i in.the State publish until day case I C3-: Otficein .the Capitol. Sands rsaparilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, lite human sy>(en>,ant! how;i>ndipl remedies lo thse diseases
l IP 1S49 20 of 1'llT.
it.ctection.. May Ally. It is u> arrtst imnili the balm intO
unfortunate.
( TJlcr' ditto, r.ordn' Billions and upon: u>pi.ur
LEWIS & February 17, IS 19. 7 Anli.DJpt'pli
wounded humanity to Lindixu in the bosoni. I*
June( 1949. 20. AIVIES\\ >f* despairing
----- -
Pills Beckwilh.f
t Anti.DJ peptic Pills, ret..rs' and reotore health and bloom and ..ft '.uto the ertwhed and broken
ICE ICE DIALIKS W GAITHER BURGESS & CO I I't'nc'f' PiUs, and is Agent for S. 1'. Townicnd' and t.,Imniih iniirmitv that OLD I>K.\COB TOWNSE. *

THE GALPIN HOUSE. REGULAR supply of thiadoirablearticlcwill DRUGS, MEDICINES: PAINTS, \\L celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 per his has bUl'GliT anJ tUL.ND the opportunity bud nraas lobrUf

N E W N A N S VI L L )K F L O R1D A A \be kept at the Rail Road Depot' in the cuur: Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &r., \Viniw ("lass Receiving, Forwardiiii; & CommissionMEROIKIAKIT8. lllttle.l'lO Citric superior Lemon Lemon Syrup fir prepared from Uraiiil Universal Concentrated

of next \%cek. TI.clscilhill) ; the ai tide will I'AINTKHs' liItt>]U.!> AN1> ('OUJI\ pluTo or Acid, i-reieiable IW the Rejii eu y

AffvV THE public arc informedthat the GALr'S'H please procure their Tickfts at the Diua; Stoieof E. Apollirrarirs' <.::!<> U.:.< &'c. sick or ordinary use than that usually sold, London within the rench.an( ti the kn4,% |pL. of all wh.> need It,On*

; PIN HOU i is now opi ned for the reception UAUNAKD, Ju. Ice will bedelneiid at .the, RailRoad above hand and Porter, &c., &c. lUcy IIMV katie constantly on turtle tt t t the -'Lto-
!. rl'H.of' Boaider'and! Travellers, and they may' Depot until 7 o'clock, nndin, no use will it be THE uiikct price-s. June 10, IStS.I 47in 1 ranscrinlent 1'uiver to Heal.

J rest asMiied tlurcwill be no )pain! "pared in making
them comfortable as far as in the CJf the Proprietor will I I pll.a l ... take nut i ie thin. .
power | fJf The price deliverod November 20, I Ib 17. j C2 Poydras Street, New Orleans. _LL.r> casks bacon Shoulder, THOM I'SON. SKILUIAN & CO.,
to do so. Hi;* stables arc new and in first lit the De1)OtiS 3 cents per Ib. Tickets for -------- --. Feb. H, IS1 10. 5 Om 50 bbl. St. Louii and Western Flour
rate older and a first rate ostler always in atten ft I lbn. will bis i insued., and 102 Nassau street, New York.
Confectionery Dakry, ft Sacks Rio Codec,
dance. A snidJ. : supply of I Ice will be at E. P.arnard'n, GEO. W. 11 U '1' C II INS And by LEWIS & AMES,
Liquors of all kinds. JiM received and for sale ,
N. B. Private apartments always furnished for ladies. whcie a Ticket" for 5 Ibs. will piocuie Ibs. Ice. HENRY' KINDON0111.1 inform his {'mis and by

G :O. M. CALVIN, Those wantiiij Ice in large quantity, (or paitics, generally, that he has oifand, and AUCTIONEER GEO. II. BESTWICK. Agents, Tallahassee.
Newnansville June 23 ISl'J. 23 ill coiibtanlly' I manufacturing, CANDH Tallahassee, June 12, 18-t'J. April 21, IS-ta. 16-ly
Proprietor.BBLS. kc., will please send their ordeis 'lo Mr. Nash, at ,
the Depottwo. or thl' days before it will bo cal- such as : Cl11l..illdo j T.1.LI11I,18f.FLl.. S 5

.St. LouiFlour, led for, t>o that t it may be at hand if possible. PEPPERMINT I LEMON I R E K E R TO Just Received, Blacksmithing.G .

24 20 bbls. Cincinnatti! Flour principal ] 'ot if at"'.t'u1JOrl11're it cnn CINNAMON, LEMON CfcDY. Messrs. ]. BOND, J. W. ARGYLE, D. C. WILSON, -Dr.R SCULL TALLAHASSEE, a 1ar, e and fresh ,. substantial, and cheap Blacksmitl> n? ol

3Q Whiskey be outninod in any quantity, by applying to Mr. W1NTEKGKEEN( HARLEY CNDY, F. II. Fi.Ar.n.T. J. IIort:o.\ and J. T. AUCHLK.: I supply ol ar-cured HalO plain Hams, Rice, all kind done at the Shop near my Stable, occupied

8000) Ibs.Bacon Side*, IJANtrr. LAW, HOARHOUND ; | March 10, IS.19. 10 Flour Bacon: Sides Lard, &(. All of which will be last year by Miller & Brokavv.

50'X: > Ib. Shoulders, Tallahassee, June 2, 1849. 22 And various others, among .them never that are sold at the very lowest t rates for cash only. January 20, ISID. 3 A. A. FISHER-
bOO Ibd. Hams. For Sale low useful for colds and coughs,and i isprepan ---
by o manu I.uiitl For Sale, GEO. II. BESTWICK! -- -- --

" S. S. KNIGHT.. S. S. 1\ IGIlTfI1oIcsale faclureny, and all kinds that may be on&ed, both A HARK CIIAJVCE! Corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets. S. S. Knight
tt'holctah and retail. I

( : -July 7th, 1849. 27 \ & Retail Grocer & }Provision Dealer, He i id also prepared to carry on Rakini n all its Tin: land known as the "Oversreel! Tract," 9 May 12, 1SW.) 1'J WILL continue business at his old stand, 'where*
as na.r
b- north Tallahassee .the hopes to wail oil such of his friend*
Notice.SIX branches, from (the plain .oajofI3euj, he most near Thomas- *
n TALLAIIASSKR, IXOKIDA. Great Bargains--Real Estate.I heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, prumising
Cults awl Pies. yule load Gov. Branch's
exquisite Patties: and publiccan adjoining plantation' containing -
t Months Probates after(if date Leon, I County shaH apply.lor a to final the settlement JuJge KEEPS constantly on hand,and oilers for laIc at a always bc-accommodatcd by giving tin y! noticeat 7 or MX()) acres. Will be sold low, and on WILL sell my plantation, 0-1U 3'rt'J. one mile that all shall have good articles lair prices-

Is, of my accounts as administrator. of .the Estates advance on cost, for cash, all .the standard the Bakery and Confectionary on Je-fTer street, satisfactory terms lo one wishing to purchase. For North of TallKhassee, finely watered, more than April as, is to. n

of JesseTownsend' and D.miel Townsond, deceased articled in 'Inn line. Flour of approved qualities opposite the Auction; Room of II. II. Bci Esq. nuttier particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, one half standing in timber, rich hainmaick.at jjtV.OU -

I final di. tWin the -Sugars, Coffees Teas, Bacon, Hams, Poik, TallahasseeDec. 1C, ISIS. 22 or DANIEL J LAUD New Port. per acre. Also, my house and lots in Tallahassee, Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
for charpc administration
.j and a All inteieMcd of Soap, Candles, Lard and all similar articles-toK ---l- Jan. 13, 1S19. 2 tf for $lnm. Tumi-One third CashIhe balance in subscribers have on hand two hundred and

I these estates. persons will take notice lher with Fiuit?, I Iri'h Potatoes, Onions, Nuts, Spring and Summer CIotiC -------- ._ -- two equal annual installment' horn 1st January THE ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,vvbicb ine.

I accordingly.BENJAMIN Kdisinn, Figs, Almonds, and all other arliclciu&ually Liverpool Salt. din-ct manulaclorfrs an&
oj i MANNING, Adm'r. LARK .V STIII.MAN ale now recrif>K a 1 ISW. JOHN P. DuVAL. have obtained from the

59JarnfiT.: Archer, Esq., is my Agent to attend found in similar establishment small, but select assoilment ol SI'KINT{( ND RECEIVED per Schooner Lucy Blake, f.OO Sacks I.dAir.l\layjISH). 18 they will warrant it lo be a superior artiI di.
door above
.j; to all matters connected with the admiautration of Store next G..11. Megiimiss', oji Mon. SUMMER CLOTHING, together with a fc arli. Salt. For sale by -- -- \Ve have enlarged our stock of Drug 3nu ut

B. M. roe street. city, such as JOHN DENlIAM. cine bv recent aniv al- and are prepared e ..
these estates. Tin .
4 July 2'3' 1b49. 29-1m April 23, 1S19. 17 ly Drills Drap PEte, Newport, 31st March 1519.Pickled Manufactory. orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or reri

Caslimcrcttcs larhelllts, &< HAVING engaged 3MilionalVorkmt'n., we are oir the most accoMiuoddtin: terms. ,. lhaU'e
: Orleans Nell's Sugar Tobaccos. Mullet. 'lo rill all orders in our line in a have alw a few account* jet due t" M
received from New Suitable to manufacture, and to be Tor
disposer *
JUST Sides and Shoulders, (a new article) :u. A FULL supply manufactured Tobaccos.just received CASH, and CASH ONLY, at moderate profi and K\ BARRELS No. I PICKLED MULLET of (the prompt and will satisfactory receive manner. All orders (loin year IS 17. They are generally in small it$ w a ro"a!T'
country immediate attention.. A but if flue whole cumuli) be paid shoilly
gar Cured Hams 30 bbls. Flour, &c. For vale by and for sale byMcNAITGIIT would cordially invite their old Iriends and ( om- tJ\J the lin-tcatchand I in fine order. ,,
liberal discount sumsuhich
given 'lo merchant and dealer,
far tos>ardi li'iuiilatinscfitain'
McDOUGALL. & OR WD.
JOHN cis ''n'aU and purchase. For ale low by McNAUGHT & OUMOND, & Aus'jjjjj.41
T WHITE CO. LEWIS
July ?, 1S49. 27 Newport, March 10, JSIO.) 10 Tahtdhasec March 17, Ib2!. 11 Newport November 25, IS IS. I 10 June, ;"!). 33