The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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STORY OF A SAILOR. bat. I chair, and returned to his occupation pointed be-a 'New Jersey with as sweet and beautiful Many new settlers had come in from tbr other furnish even pretext bosfilitiet and!
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BV D. W. lURTLHTT.O --- fore. The Doctor) took his hand, which a he I looking daughter as ever graced the States, and after the usual privations and hint the recent Indian tr ;
KOSSUTH AS SEEN proper habiliments of her outrages were wholly t
my voyage to Liverpool I became ac. BY HIS SECRETARY.A yielded, as if it di I not belong to him, and to distinguish her sex, with nothing hardships of new settlements and frontier life, unprovoked and had their origin only in the
qtnlntcd: with the first mate ofo and DAY IN HIS CABINET. held it for them but her exquisite" were beginning to in the innate
r ship, some fifteen minutes fee ing the personal charms and her repose prospect of latrfc cf these savages lo the whites,
one moonlight night while tIle decks heat of the shortened locks, comfort and The settlements in their !
: pacing ; pulse, after which he withdrew, competency. unwillingness! to emigrate, and in their
ith him ho Extract from a Mal3r dated Dtbreczie,June, wMcl. complete the illusion, she had in East (
I.fler Florida
related the following ecene in his without any f further notice from Kossuth. crop. were becoming very numerous filed ,determination to all r
llsl'J' t translated' and communicated tor the Tribune subjected to the hand of the barber. prevent settlements( .
l life : At 11 o'clock tIme head of and the country in a high state of in their neighborhood and
by Dr. Cabor !apb one ufmy col. As to the cause of this prosperity thereby again to l
44 Four I left the of Boston < leagues strange adventure of the at the of the reduce ;
years ago port was already nodding.and both myself young (the sad beginning present summer; the! rnuntry to a wilderness, more
tJ('. mabter of a fine ship hound for! China. I .\ you are already aware, at the very beginning and the one opposite.me could hardly keep our the parents gir forbid( unapproachable'. silence of and with (tho prospects of a most abundant congenial to their habits' of life. 8 !

was worth ten thousand dollars, and was the of the Hungarian revolution, several eyes open. I as it began: inquiry.) and the affair. ended harvest the present year, an impetus had beengiven Rcsohcd. That we have witnessed with

husband of a ]'otJOg( and handsome) ] wife whom Secretaries were appointed in Kossnth's Cabinet The clock struck 12, and the noise of ibm -a mastery.. highly fa\'orlle; to the (further settlement pleasure and) satisfaction the disposition oflhe '

I had married sortie six months before., When one of them understanding Bohemian, departure-of the copyist from the neighboringroom Public in St. ofthecountry. The private land grants, : Executive of our own State, to meet the emer.
I left her, I promised to return to her in Ifss! another Croatian, another Italian, another rouet him from his reflections. What Meeting Augustine.Sr. owned by numerous individuals of all conditions i gency occasioned by the late Indian outrages

thun a twelvemonth. I took all my rnon"*y French and German, and all of them und-T- time is gentlemen ?" he asked ;and when ArorsTixi:, Fla., Aug. 2 IS W. of life, and which are dotted over the in a prompt and becoming spirit, and to furnish ;

along wilh me, save enough to support my standing M igvar. Among them I had the we told him it was ju"t after I:!, lie It'care Pursuant to call : country, were beginning to come into market adequito protection to the frontier and h
wife in my absence, for the purpose oftradin I place of Trn.lato from the French into the unquiet) and a cloud suddenly spread over his of the a large and respectable and to he valuable to the owners ; and in exposed settlers, and that \ve approve ofthe

when in China on my own account. For along Magyar. While we were still in Pesth I Iwoiked !brow. He rose from his seat saying, Has ty meeting, assembled in inhabitants the Ils of St. Joln' Conn- short, all classes of community were experiencing course which he has taken and trust it will

time we werc favored with prosperous in the Chancery at Buda, and had on. no express arrived from Pesth ?1" No," was ustine this afternoon.t Court I House St. Aug. the' benefits of peace and supposed meet with a like approbation from every citizen i

\\ indl! ; hut when, in the Chinese Sea a terrible Iv now and thl the oppoitunity of seeing our the answer, and lie began to walk up and I B.! A. Putnam! the On motion of tile Hon. exemption from any further Indian outrages. ofthe State ; and that we are also rati. i

storm came upon us, so that in a short I Kossuth. But g-'nctt the Chancery was removed down the room. He did not seen to think it der, awl the Hou. I.meeting II. :was called to or. In (the midst of this state of things, we were fled to learn t that the authorities of the U. S.
time I saw the vessel must be lost for ] to Debreezin) I have been l time HRONSON was ap. awakened from this fancied the Government .f
we almost every was high to seek rest! and as ifto prevent! (minted Chairman, and Messrs. security by ( I have expressed their fixed defertn ...
were drifting: on the rocks of an unknownfchore. day: at his side-or rather, I might say day us having such an idea, he said : There is TUX, P. C. ZVLSTUA and G. WASHIV. <;. t most wanton ant unprovoked aggressions of rinalion; ; remo\ the rcmainin Indianl

I ordered the men to provide each for. and night, for hardly a night in the week pas.ses work to be done vet." Secretaries.At JohN Jn\) l\.r these savage marauders. .At two) points on from Florida, and in the meantime!, till that :

}himself the best possible! manner, and forgot away in which we ale not c 'mpelled to rinally, after wailing vainly for another the either side of the Peninsula, and both without can be ('f'cttr, to furnish adequate

the ship! as it i was an impossibility) to save be busy. I say rrc, fo that great man always I hour, he said to us : Let us take a little rest, Fairbanks. request explained ofthe the Chair, the Hon. G. H. the Indian: Reservation, we learn that they to the exposed settlements, and that protection In purstnncc .

tier.'e struck-a sea threw me upon the employs) ) more than one at a time. I will accordingly gentlemen, while we are waiting ; I wi cal to b j t to lake into object ofthe meeting had again commenced their old work of mur of these instructions troops are *
rocks); senseless and the next would have far when I need consideration the character her, robbery, pillage and arson, and this in Florida daiy
car. (nrlea\r, as as words will allowme .you your help. I He I went of and cause of the too, arriving and other measures r
rid me back into a wateiy grave, had not to introduce you into our woik room andto his !bedroom, and we arranged ourselves on dians the recent outrages' ofthe In. without the slightest provocation, and, so far taken lo insure the accomplishment of these '

one) of. the sailors dragged me farther up the. let you behold with your own eves, as anobserver the l/elcaS and slept with our: fatigue as Peninsula i occupying, t their( i Soulllcr portion of the as we can learn, under no pretence of retaliation designs all of which is highly satisfactory \

rocI";, the Liberator, of whom i America soundly as the so'tcst bed. But our rest towards the all present hostile attitude for fancied o real injuries. On this and meets our cordial and hearty
There were only) four( of us alive, and, when there is no jtM conception, who is cnn unknown was lot of long duration. Between :3 and -1 J eloquent and people forcible of! Ealt i Florida ; and in an point we have been induced( to make most t particular and we shall take great pleasure in co.opera.,

morning came, we found we were on a small in neighboring cnuiiti ics, and whom o'clock the expected (h> arr d.- of our citizens manner urec the duty enquiries and we have not been able (ling with the constituted authorities in
patcls ( (
act and any
uninhabited island with nothing to eat but the (few ofour,, correspondents can describe, for Still half! aslep, we took our places, and Kos ness and ( in ihe speak with prompt to Jl'ar:any fact or circumstance leading to way that may be needful and proper to aid in
wild fruit common to that portion of the earth. there are not many who had the oIportunityofcareful suth, that watchman of his country, dictatedto ucchiol present emergency. time belit.ftha nn)wrong or injury has been carrying out the objects above '

J will not distress! you by an account of our .tuJ., lug a Kossuth.I us as befoie. At six in the morning wu ,! still The Hon. I n.) A. Putnam succeeded( ( and erpetrstcd|> by whites upon the Indians. ,plo.cr. That in our opinion expressed.the Governor ,'
"l1 f ring there ; sulfice it to that received farther enforced the same views, in a few We feel justified in s'tying that the whites should .
say we re- I hardly know how to begin as there, is permission to go away while he went arc : not withdraw the volunteer! force
inained: silly days before we could make for bath with the earnest t rlmarks. commenting with just and in no manner the aggressors : that the outrages now in the field (
our. hardly ever a pause: in til course of his activity n though request I to be nor cease in his efforts for I
,selves known to any ship. We were taken to to start from, but, for example, I will- there again by S o'clock. We are )young Ihe indignant: severity upon I the attempt( to :asperse at Indian River: (some thirty miles distant the protection ofthe country, without first be t

Canton, and there I had: to beg ; for my mon. ; write down for 'mlthe doings and strong and such a lIi ht's watching now character oflhe people) of Florida as desirous i. from( the Indian Reservation,) and at Pease lOg satisfied that the United States Government .

ey was at the bottom of the sea, and I had not I Yesterday morning aft r I ffJestl'nJy.-, and (then wi injure> us ; but it i is not so with the ol a war, and as being the aggressors up.on Creek, (which is their northern boundary) has pr\'itcd sufficiently! for the defence r .
taken the precaution to have it insured. Irealtsled him. this Indians.Oa were unprovoked. And they are of such of the nt .
j I hastened to the Chancery-that to to'' Hlw long can Hero of the Nine I a sftlem ,
It was nearly a year before I found a chance Kossuth's: which contains four say teeth Cl'lllrJ-this guide of our .1, motion, a Committee of ten \a sap- character, when taken in connection with other Resolved, That from investigations made I

I come home, and then I, a captain, was ob. ment, his Iouse.sleeping chamber, a parlor apart., (the amid the foes that surround it- Falll'ralr long cal pointed by the Chair to prepare and report alan facts since occurring, as to lead to the conviction we are fily satisfied that the i'.lea that the,

_r>*d to ship as a common sailor It was two Chancery "ia'rwc four correspondents have this spirit sustain the contest that it ever carries adjourned meeting a statement of facts and that this remnant ot Indians now in outrages at Indian River and Peas Creek on

':ifrom the time that I left America that I our place, and a room for on with I the little of physical nature: that appropriate resolutions! expressive of the our State have again deliberately commenced opposite sides of the Peninsula were committed ,
} ..UKled in Koslon. I was walking in a hur- couriers lal despatches copyUls.Three in the- is attached to it ? views of this county) in reference, to our pres. hostilities, and are bent on war. The result by one and the same band Indians and J

j i It( u m inner up one of its streets, when I met room as I entered, and Jvossuth sat Wfo in his imsu. :My i fri'IJI. if beyond! the ocean, in the free cut relations will the Indians.The I of ail this as is well known, has already been exceeding five in number, is altogether not erroneous .: :

;.uy; r'T/iir.in.law. He I could not speak. lIorjUon. al place) \\'ith'u j in his i right hand and in and happy America, there are fl'l11 l feel I following; gentlemen were appointed mot disastrous and threatens to be more so, ; and among the reasons rendering I

e. hut 2$ he grasped my hand the tears the left the drches;: jiM brought him. I sympathy for our good cause, who desire thesuccess such; Committee, viz : (jen. J. ::1 lie rnaniez. unless the mo-jt prompt and speedy relief af I such a supposition improbable may be men :
.f.f!: d icon: his I Hon. (J.; R. Fairbanks, I Hon. A. Putnam forded to restrain or remove the Indians tioned the
eyes. of
do remains (
had come rath too late, fur it was already; our etfJrll. not ak their prayers aUI I nfbe camp fires of a much :1
i. my \\ lit alive ?V I asked.H" quarter past five,o'clock, and another S'c'no.tarr a. so much for triumph of the : as Dr. W. H. Simm-Kis, P. IJcnet, I Hon. W. A. protect the settlers. All t.e: settlements from larger number of near the scene of"the
sa.d nothing.Tfiri for Forward, J. M. Fontane, 1). H. Dunham) It. New Smyrna Souhward: on the I .' ,
had prepared in place two dispatches the life of Kossuth, fir Hungary I : cannotbe eastern or outrage e at Indian River, the short
I wished! I Iliad periled! with my ship, which were sent off before my five. As I enter-, conquered so long a* this incomprehensible! Fiovd. Allutic rnisfbnvp, Jippn putirpfv- 'J.aJlanonPl} ? of time, not ..?ru.-lin,, four davs t.(......._!...space If", 'I I

..1'j I (bought my wife was dead ; but he very 'd he wa' employed in several ways his beinir, whose name \is Kossuth' is soared, On: motion of Geo. Washington, the name exposed part ofthe country in the intc.t 1 two attacks;the distance- of over one hundred
,, :. of the !j
i :I ii'i Chairman added we informed that '
'JI : : to the committee. are miles in
numbers air line
I thiMjgh Russians and great of an to be
hand was writing. his i mouth .ttitm iatis. enter the traversed by
.""'H'' \ao JcTtit.li.eye j On motion of the die settlers! Indian
is alive. Hon. (Geo. It. and laden
glanced: at and read the opened. despatch I j count ryhy, myiiadsan J thousands ofom breth-, FairJalJk particularly those who have with plunder, by circuitous paths and
T.Ia it t was my turn to for joy. He : len fall sacrifices of clizcl (If' other counties present were initedto reccntj! come t have abandoned intervening water
cry C s, and his mind directed and followed the a s Freedom. I He is thii'I courses, swamps and lakes
.4; tome, and said : w'hole.He i image Liberty Equality and Fraternity ; he participate in the proceedings of the their t farms or plantations! and fed from the and the amount of plunder removed at each ,
lout funeral M'rmon has been is i the m meeting, and Mr. C. L. Bra of St. Lucie State ; many others have sought point. And that
preached, looked paler and more suffering than 1 I incarnates-spit i it of Justice( ; he i is the \ln safety bycongregating we are satisfied and fully
..Ir we have thought you dead bra Jong time.' usual. A glass of me icine at 'his side, from j j 1 Washington of Hungary, amid so lllijen Kus1 county} appointed one tit t he committee.On ; together at points most fJ'orahle! believe that these outrages have been countenanced j

lie said my wife was living in our cottage, wllic, he tast 'd from, time to time, as if it sut II !t ) motion, the t meeting adjourned till 1 for mutual defence and protection) ; others, by the Florida Indians generally and
in the interiorofthe State. It was then three were the intans of his Saturday, to hear report of committee. more hardy, or less exposed, have fortified have not proceeded merely from the individual .
o'clock in the afternoon and I took I.cepin. up A ROMANTIC their own houses by pickets, &c. determinedat acts
a train of exi tence. Indeed, though I have often k. UFACTY" AT SARATOGA. or feelings of any limited or particular '
cars that would carry me within 25; miles of cod at his side from early in the wo till ST. .\naSTIXF August ;, IS 19. least to secure the present years' crop, and number

my wife. Leaving: : the, cars I hired a boy, l late, in the night I do not remember morning A correspondent of the Xew York Tribune Pursuant to adjournment, a large concourse all who remain are living in a state of con. Resolcetl, That much credit is due to Col.
though it was night to drive me home. him stop to take nourishment havingseen gives the, fho! \lug rid-, rare, and interesting oflhe I inhabitants; of St. Johns and' many from stant alarm and anxiety. Andvhen it is C. F. Smith of the 2d Regt. Artillery, and L

It was about 2 o'clock in the morning when t this mixture, and though any he sometimes except eat, I j account of a beautiful ',uale adventurer, who t the adjoining counties ai"cIIJct. in the Court borne in mind that these settlements, though to Major Riptey and Lieut. Adams, under his '

that sweet little cottage of mine appeared in csight. an assure you that the amount of food he assumed tie garb ofthe sterner sex at Saratoga h lou e at t the appointed comprehending great numbers in the aggregate command, for their prompt and energetic ex- C

It was a warm moonlight night;! and I sumes is enough to keep child con. t : the meeting had been called (to I order, are sparse in reference to each other. ertions for the protection of the:citizens. !** _
remember, how like u Heaven it looked to me. from starving.hardly) a young A most singular and exciting instance: If: and( the proceedings of the last t meeting read and expanded over a very large extent of Resohed, That we respectfully. recommend

I got out ofthe carr iage and went to the One might almost that the female eccentricity and] daring recklessness and approved, ( en. J. M. Hernandez, as'' country, and therefore not well! situated to af toourfellow.citizens of other counties throughout '>

window of the room wheie the servant :girl h him has no longer an say existancc ofits physical put there: of. has just t transpired here, lo the ('(11:1: ninu'c- Chairman of the Comm'ltee: submitted the ford mutual protection, it will be seen at once I the State to meet and express their opinion '

slept and :gently: knocked. She opened the i is nothing but spiritual for own if ; mcnt I and] amaz'>rent of all. ten days: following Report and Resolutions, to wit : that this state of things cannot last, and unless I on this! important sur ect. *
window and a keJ. Who i iii energy ; i wereso since there arrived in the Southern (train and ample is furnished I ReJoiCed
( there ? the perishing sickly hull would The Committee: who were appointed at a protection to them and the That the proceedings of this meet-
Sarah do you know file !P said I. h have btten( dissolved in Fpite of long of: took lodgings at Union Hall, a youth apparently previous meeting to make a Report and propose I Indians removed entirely from our limits, the ing with the foregoing report and resolutions, j

She screamed with flightfor she thought. t the physicians., But ho is alljwisdom the i I about 13 or -(() years old, of singular beauty Resolutions for I Ihe action of this meeting, country must again be abandoned and givenup be furnished ,for publication, and that the news- j

me a ghost, but I told her to unfasten the door living l being whose perhaps will only I with raven locks, a .sparkling 'black eye, a respectfully HEIOrI: : to the savages: and wild beasts, and all papers of this State a? well those at Wash- f"ingfon _
is a
alone :
and l Jet me in, fi,r I wished to see my \vi1e.-. ficient by its own force mighty to fuf the complexion( in which the lily and the rose That in order a right understanding of hope ofthe future settlement! of this part of are requested! to publish the same ; -

She Jet me in, and gave: me a light and I went wheels of physical nature urge, and fcl\'urd them I seemedividly striving for the sunrcmacy, a t the present position of the people of KaM; t tI our State relinquished.All and that copies be transmitted by the Secre- t I

up stairs to my wile's; rooi';, She lay sleep. constantly in movement. He will keep be voice of silvery tone and mellow richness, and I Florida with regard to (the Indians within, our this is no light matter-no trivial! causE tares of this meeting to the Secretary of War '' t|

;ing quietly (Upon her bosom Jay our child I J sick, and he is not. Great as are his not boldily I an ease, maturity), and brilliancy}of mlneralo I burden, the temporary occupation of a portion of complaint, and when the people of East the Governor of florid ] _

whom I Iliad never sec>n. She was. as beautiful infirmities and sufferings. he is dher unusual in a so young, and I ofthe country by a remnant of savages, and Florida, recollecting the desolation and ruininto' Which having been and listened to '
as when I left her, but I could see a mourn. :I defatigable. I His I strong and in wllic attracted the attention and excited uni, the events of(the last six or seven years, should I which the last Indian War plunged! the with attention L the meeting were on motion

till expression upon her face. Perhaps she wi, his enthui'ia'r,spiritual endow him resources with the, his \ ; adrni rat ion. In I sot t, he appeared to I be correctly 1.10\\1 and appreciated. On (the country, and from which it has not yet recovered Thomas T. Russel} Esq., adopted unanimously .

was dreaming of me. I gazed fir a long time a giant, although hs; pow- be one of those specimens of !oJlwo upon I cessation of hostilities with the Indians, inlgnst raise the note of alarm and call earnestly and a dissenting voice.
physical !
-I I did not make any noise, for I dared: not ( more than that of strength isnot ,chichi nature is sometimes so \ brstowfiicnt .\ 1312, the few then remaining, and upon the General and State Governments forrelief terwards, on motion the last -t recopy t
awake her. At length I a boy of six tars.I ; of her gifts, and which are as and protection. rotisfrter th. they considered and amended resolutin.was
imprinted a soft I I He 'bids defiance to death that threatens rare "II were unwilling to emigrate: were allowed we it gO as renuirf "-
kiss upon the check of my child. While do. I him in so maladies his I i as they art' pleasing and attractive ; combin. (to rfiium temporarily within certain limits have good reason for doing so, and that it I ofthe same to be transmitted to the c-fl

ing it, a tear dropping from my eye fell upon) I iodalive.|< many That, spirit is ; spirit and keeps the. ing all the delicacy and richness of f female! assigned to them, I by direction ofthe President, should by no means subject them to the imputation President instead of the Secretary of War. ; B

her cheek. Her eyes opened as though .she I and can Mi be young vigorous beauty, with a precociousness (,f mind nUJmanner and bv. arrangement i between them and the of'makimig much ndl from small In4 answer to a numerous call, Col. C. A. *
cease when .
had not long; been!) .bleeping. I only so $thetoo equally marked and With causes. Any one M. Mitchell I of Marion |f
saw that bhe: I great t tension .shall have irritated ulmual (then commanding officer of the U. S. Army acquiintcd with the insidious county addressed the j
began to be frightened, and I said: : nerves to such that the a bold, Jet by no means rude familiarity; he in Florida. That this arrangement was character of the enemy, and the nature ofthe meeting portraying) in an impressive speech
a degree ,
a :Mary\ it is your IJtI fJanrl.' obey the and thus the I they refuse to soon) made (tll acquaintance) of mothers and merely temporary, is so well understood as country, cannot but admit that the small. t the disastrous consequences to the county generally '

She clasped me about my neck and fainted. itself. I wil not organism destioys misses, who seemed alike captivated with the hardly to need comment. The General Or ness of their numbers affords no security against that might be anticipated from the recent ,

Hut I cannot describe to you that scene.- words will scare express myself clearly but t young charmer, arid courted his attention witl then issued by the commanding officer, so a repetition of the same calamities Indian hostilities, expressing (the views
me further.
She is now the happy wife of a poor man. I labots. no Hut to our j jealous livalry! ; the former confiding in announced it ; audit has been so declaredand which followed (the outbreak of 1335-indeed and wishes of ihe citizens Marion county

am endeavoring to accumulate little property I had taken youth as a protection to their daughters, and understood by .I departments of the government it is to be apprehended that the very tad oftheir with regard to the course that should be pursued .
and then I shall leave the sea (forever." to scarce a letter to my Uem place for when he begun the latter subdued and enraptured by the from time forward. being so few will lead to more prolongedif towards the Indians, and! urging their

and so we were me to wiite, beauty of his person and the elegance! of his (her the President nor any Department Xc. not more injurious aggressions, than if their speedy and entire removal. .

"furrOIEXOJ" Hcxau\-F'romnn' ar, which I wrote employed two letters some and four houis;, address. In the ball-room: with his fashionable (u\'crlnentIJad tin power' without some law numbers were many, as they have it more in The Hon. E. C. Cabell succeeded, and 1

ticle on Hungary, by J. F. Grund, published I my three colleagues three, all by his dictation each of dress, coat buttoned 'o the chin, his symmetrical or resolution of Congress, to make any pernunent their power, to elude pursuit. The lives and was listened to with deep attention, while in

in the Philadelphia Ledger, we extract the he himself had in the meantime ; limbs, his contracted waist t, his round, arralgrlcn of that kind. Such assumption property of a large part of our citizens are at a Jew pertinent remarks, deprecating the introduction .

following rcmaiks concerning the Hungarian I two dispatches, one for Porczel the other prepared for ful chest, his delicate hands and tiny feet, as of power would have been wholly stake and the future welfare and prosperity of of any parlizan or political allusion "

Women : I moved with exquisite elasticity and: grace mwarranted., __,But even,temporary as it wa., our State( are seriously jeoparded, and under that t might tend to mar the harmony of the
To the great moral resources of Hungary After nine he left through! the dance all eves and many hearts (tie people ot Florida did not acquiescent it. these circumstances as already detaiet, the meeting assembled to consider the interest jfc

in her present death Mruggle; for indepen. I dance for I he o'coc.day and us work in a1mn.J were! t fastened wilh lavish: intensity.: After' They feared that a temporl' occupation or people of East Florida are caled upon by and duty of a common country under a common '

dence, must 'etl be reckoned the characterand J ministers Szemere and went with the t thus rioting a week amid the most extrava. possession might in ripen into a preten- every consideration of duty expediency to guidance, he detaied"hat he understood

devotion of the women. For years !back, for 1'iin to, the House of Duechek, who came gant attentions of the mamas: and the no less Jed permanent: right, and from the beginning, nct imromptly and to speak strongly urgently and I t to be the policy of as to the

it was the women of Hungary who gave king along. with him Representatives, ta. extravagant affection of their captivated t i hey(protested against it, and urged upon the. earnestly to those whose duty it is to hear and I i immediate and total removal of the Indians

the most powerful impulse to the national he had made several some papers, on which daughters, the young Uriah Baden," as he United States Go\"erment (the earliest practicable redress our grievances-and hence they have n and its disposition to afford every aid and protection ;
feeling. It jb they who fostered the lIun 3r. He back about booked himself! suddenly disappeared.Fiom removal of the Indians. They were, called upon the General Government for, and I t to the citizens Florida that they had '
Jan language and literature, and who inspired t care o'clock in the afternoon a fear of detection, or some other well aware of the dangeis I collision and difficulty will no doubt continue to insist upon the entire a right to demand, or could justly cApect.

patriotic sentiments to their hu"b.inds; sons l with, accompanied whom he by several Kepresenta. cause, he toUred to the neighboring village between the border settlers and the Indians and total removal ofthe Indians from the bor. The meeting was next addressed by tho'Hon. t
and lovers. lives, Imc a conference of two of IJallbton, and entered ders( of our State, and the full l D. L. Yoke '
Ever since Pesth-hJ the Magvarg hours, answering .. 1ational Law ; and I bat so lung as the Indians remain. and complete. ,11 excited profound interest *
themselves, from its rapid progress!, call. this did not questions him fiom and suggestions : School there as a pupil under pretence ed, their presence would retard the settlement execution of'the Treaty of Payne's Landing, as he pictured the distress and suffering
l'.d' "The New Voik of Oid Kurope"-became the. documents; prevent had examining: that his parents would be on in a day or two and prosperity of the country ; and hence which i is the supreme law of the land and of our ban frontier settlers, driven from their

the capital of Hungary, the noblewo. absence, or from we prepared daring his (Vilh the Iull of his baggage. Struck with t they were anxious for their total removal, and i which the General Government is bound to homes rendered destitute( 'by the dread of'

men refused to tpeud the income from th''ir While he dictating more- Jelt'rs.- his appearance, and the case and eloquence t for complete immunity from any l further hoslilitiesfronitnem. execute and carry out. In the mean while the savage. i1' r. Yui'ee further said that con
large estates at Vienna. They looked on the l with was dictating to us three or tilur1cIprl of his conversational( powers, the Piesi'Jenl, J.I I I The Legislative Council I t they ask that protection and defence for the: fiding t in the goo purposes and satisfactory
diffem i
Hungarian families of the Estcihazys, Koha.Sadas.s ,off together totally the Cut contents, being \. Fowler, assiglct him at once a perfJr. of the then Territory and the Delegate in I frntit'r and exposed settlements which is ren assurances of tle Secretary of War, he #ds '

w., undCz'.chys, which arc almost given to be exceedingly by careful same in lips we them had I mance of uff.llarll speaking which, thetrial Congress, earnestly ) repeatedly expressed I dered necessary)" by the existing state of things; not disposed 'Jo hasty or cl'nsorla Irt hitidgemnenir. ;

loiinciliated in Austria, if not as absolute. down. taking I and argument of causes, form a prom. t the views and wishes lithe people to the Auihoritics and which may continue to be necessary until I j He thought Department at< 1

traitors, at leart as deserter of the cause of At six o'clock inent part in the institution. In this, his- i of the General; Government( ; the the Indians are finally removed. t fault, however in some particulars which be !

''tajr country.And ani verbal inquiries came all of more despalclf; speaking capacities wcie put to a test too severe GcnerlsserIly of the State, (since our; In conclusion the Committee beg leave. t to proceeded to specify, Lu which h hoped* ,
here "hic were an. fiJr a matter of mere amusement and admission State ) and submit the following resolutions : would be remedied
I Iruulit! pay a just tribute to the swprej without ; as a our Senators I !
Personal charms of those women who devote sister! ,f'l ( of any delay. con dreading an exposure which the presence of Representative( in Congress, have repeatedly aut! f (Signed,) On motion oflhe lion. B. A Putnam a rote < *

'theIr lives and fortunes to the moral and in. some I in( ad glass] which "ine I had, a piece of ham, all:I the hundred young; gentlemen connected with. expressed the same views, and! reiterated t to Joseph f 31. Hernandez, George II. Fairbanks!, thanks was tendered by the meeting lo their ; 1 I
tellectual elevation of their When : on the table beside the school might effect, and certainly would the U. S. Government the desire of the peopleof II. A. Putnam, Math. Solana, Pedro Bench, Chairman and Secretaries. Then on motion o' '
conntry. me, nld disposed of with the best appetite as I Iwas render most and W. II.I I Simmons I). r R. Thomas Russell the
beauty fires patriotism, indeed be embarrassing feaiful, he again Florida for the removal oflhe In iaus. In, Dunham John M.Fontane l. T. meeting adjourned1 '
to witness deeds of woiriay heroic valor. And prepared writing. Tlc Representatives, wilh one, took \ returned to this I short, from the cessation of hostilities in JSl'J, William A. Forward, I. H. ISronMHI sine die. I. H. IJRONSON. Chairman* ; A

what beauty is this,; that acts as a talisman ona I down exception by,the went side away of'; the Kossuth remaining: one sat I place, and stopped at onu of the minor hotels,, to the present time, the constituted authorities, Rich'd. F. Floyed, C. L. Urajtun, (OEa.V.SI G'to.' ) IP.
"brave and began to where he the night before last : silent who C. ZYIATRI, V Secretaries. .
people in arms for,their dearest rights?! help us. This five spent il I represented the people of Florida have Commie. 1
No fading nude secretaries ; and t togive seclusion, as if reflecting on the error of his I uniformly protested against the Indians reinaining JOHN DKYSDALE, j j
Ilooul"ht countenances, blanched I 3011 some conception of the labors of iheevc.ning .
Iy ways. iu Florida, and have andear'srl ;
lit pr 8tlJ Harrow-no waning cheeks I will tel )'II that from half.past t Dining) his former visit he had repeatedly RrOLUTIXS The Emperor of Russia's Quick Travel V
with I the United States
up a coquetted requested Resohed That J?
of ) Gu\'er. we deem the .
paroxjun despair-no polished I he present a crisis
seven halfpast dictated to with ling.-An anecdote '
nujblc, with iu us.at tlc (the fair ones, and made three or four ment to execute the of Lan. showing the rapidity j *
ot interest
cold Treaty deep ,
indifference} laJne's importance lo the fu
repulsive letters all of I. with which
same different the
fi\'p COt) solemn of love which ant emperor tniTels": *
protestations atvk and the and his
no figure of the lf ding fully, remove to Aikun r* lure welfare and of East J
drawing-room; ) ( tortured inkhapeby tents ? Ono( ofihotn vas 10 Dembinski, one tuBer t : cued a delicious hope in prosperity Florida' indifference to the modes of is '
tl as many unsuspicious has as agreed by that in the and that contljanee *
some heathen treaty mean a speedy removal oflhe Indians
milliner-no witlJ'r the third to Paris the fourth Vienna nowlemaining narrated: in connection
hearts. Hence the with bis
of his last
cd relics 1 news return led to while the and journey ,|
conventional peaceable conduct 4. and
I Iole quiet I among us a final! termination !
endurance. There and the fifth
a wild, daring, to Gyongyos, two were German, many)' eager but unsuccessful inquiries for( his of the Indians has inspired confidenceand of hostilities are of the consideration to Felersburgh. On arritiug wilbin about ", '. *
piecing beauty about these in l'renchaidono, in frt and i hundred miles of bis
Hungarian whereabouts. destination; the
Yesterday morning t there arrived Time had in II i|
some desired all
\olnfn sprung directly from the Caucasian L It is a man "hI can do such things here a fine uftelngofsl'curilj. earnestly by that so far as we oflhe imperial carriage.ere found to I
'untuins looking, middle-aged the of the on
by the, side of which gentle mind. men are able, our best efforts be used Iu {
soft blue, After this he for shal pu) fire,
: flaxen-haired your was some time engaged\ man and his lady, in I state anxious excite. horrid atrocities ami massacres committed I., duce these desirable whereupon the emperor jumped oat moon- j
jyed Saxon y
maid: looks with which he led ,lime little (
like reckoned and teluka which
reckon in his
a sat
lt lithograph by the side nOstate ren having tr.ced their errant daughter atlenth I these savages in tho Ute. Indian war, and as Resohed, That the investigations which tf. A. ,>, j
( Corregio's in.. ed in of almost perfect abstraction. ger (courier,) rind Jeatin "
t to the theatre of her rolled ,: Cott .
Such corico.tragic years on, the country began to he se I. we have made and from the facts and circumstances Orut ]
rna.tonl.a wnse of their women, deeply, "irutJcd'IL While he was thus occupied, his friend and:1 adventures ; and being directed to her tied ana improved. Old plantations, that had:(] which have come to to extinguish the fire and follow proteded "'"" I
hhlu. our
country's wrongs, and I family physician, the Dr.) and Professor IJug. her Imuwl'JgeC wards, und arrived as fresh at
a wuiale t they bought rooms tore r been devastated during the trrrcr war, were I: arc of opinion that PetersburgU \ J
!purpose to avenge them, are noL at Pal came in and interrupted him. lit! male disguise>, and list evening left for their' ro-occupied, and new ones opened and settle I t no aggression fully I tie}the whites upon the Indians I/el, as hours if he in a had vehicle not been without jailed Rprings during twelve 1 ft;?

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:_:..i:1LLtro : --::: :L .- Eton i Indiana. Postmaster General Collamer.
sie him. To this he appointing
( THE FLORlDlVs t .rOl'RofAL,] 'ebony en I 'lapan' democracy" is destroyed TIE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL, 1 o'clock on the 9th for replied an audience. We fear that the time is distant when we Whig papers of the South are publishing a

for the Well, the election returns say the Democracy ** ** **+* *+** *** ** + chronicle with uumafloeslpleasure letter from t this gentleman: ,
Messrs. Editors :-But very cxtcn. h thc Secretary shall be able to denying that be i It
arc in the field, and are gaining a few glorious When the parties met on the ,
# tied notice individual bumble yet A. E. MAXWELL &, R. B. HILTON !
given loan so as the result of an election in one of the an aIHlllnn; t. We se that tbe Jackson.
and bat triumphs. All we wished was that whenan t read them his letter to Gov.
the Sentbiel 1 21. lloselt.t
myself! by August
ranks for LDITORM AXD PROPRIETORS. Of of the North tulle Republican has taken t the
appeared in the Whig Northern States. one parties up cud"eU ia
for its inl'jfH.j".ncit'lIII, and its wretchedmemory. enemy -. which be said was prepared on the ,
J many. 1 1'*U 8 1849.
to defend) one who was an enemy to the South, Saturday, September blood the real men from whom the South
". again.$ I cannot: .help( too. upon tho pros- blindly! defend him. But the Editor: says he -. .- _. .._ '-_ -0 .-. Thus it will be E't'l he wrote his offensive to slavery: seem to be the life very has danger !
cut occasion, paying compliments to the - roWhether to fear are not the northern
'. my which it 1 whigs,
*' who the desti. I ion the watch lower of Southern rights. To the Voters of Leon County. letter after he knew our Commissioners WEre upon .es\d etery cha
matt guides' mighty
joung ; i is be elected) or a constable of whom is a rank freesoiler! Lot those
flies of the Sentinel), because among; his many I am really glad to hear it, and hail him as a ffjI I am a Candidate to fill the vacancy in the there 'to confer( with him on thc important a governor to demo f
\ friend and champion of our' rights. I think, the with which the members crats who were pronounced by rr. Jeflersonlo
accomplishments' he i In preeminently sucha State Senate occasioned by the death the Hon J. to which it related, without deigning chosen, rallying cry
too, he must be thoroughly; honest t in his avowat c matl'r i for the be the "natural: allies of the South I
funny man. In one breath this Editor I honest confes- II. T IoRUUR: In thus announcing, myself, I act first to ;tear what .they had to communicate on i of that party are marshalled con. ih0
tells his readers that lie has *' surveyed the dimensions i because he has mad: some in accordanceilh tu! explodedUbesof many nl I flict is the "downfall Southern dominition," : northern men with southern primtcipe,."_ I
I ladioson.l1 the } This evasion of an interviewwith
j lions: in his noted leader subject.
of the man i\llil'un I ,' and got the 1 I I upon my fdlow.ciizen ri'sidini in different pacts cf Ihe overthrow of I seems that the morn nearly these
| Hear m : '* Southern Whigs have never denied : them, connected with the :hat in the .no more slave territory, an I I norther
.. measure of his foot, that he has: u eJ him county. Should! it b? 'our pleasure to have me Ctc i
but what the Whig at the North Gen. Cass and his Democratic friends who democrats agree whh! us in holding to the .
part inviolability
up, and will not ho drawn ;into? a controversywith *' serve you as Senator, i will discharge the duties of meantime he prepared his letter regrpuing"that
him j In the next he tells: us he will I i are generally in favor of non-extension. the [positions faithfully! as I may he able.I Florida had taken steps to defend have: sold themselves to the South" A high I of our slave institution the roora

't very coon dispose of his case ;" bays :Madison\ I I'h( )' not rome out like a man: and say all. I .\ "n: MAXWELL. his conduct with a premeditated hrselfstamps design a United States Hank, Distribution of I bitterly are they denounced by these southern
the vice-president at their head.) Well, thisis tarif
is not \Vorthr of his steel," yet devotes an editors. Bad this is and
of the Public Lands-these are I whig as 't has
-- -------- -- ---- -- --- proceeds cer.
his bencfit. something new to me-I thought in Tay to disregard the representations of the position I
immense leaderin length) especial
lor's election Southern defended their We publish on the first the mentioned in the Northern l tainly acted powerfully weaken the
: This same Editor, after defending the Whigs f ( page pro. and wishes of Florida, which cannot be scarcely appeals : position

Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel, and inflating Whig; brethren of the :North, and warned us! cfedings: of the meeting in St. Augustine in otherwise characterized than as insulting and Whig leaders to the Northern people. Hutit of the South, it is not so bad as th-ir defence

i with piteous cries to beware of the Free. SoilIemnoerats the whichwe !{ of the abolitionists. be found in
: himself bursting with indignation, when it reference to Indian outbreaks to We so regarded it, judging is because Gen. Cass, Dickinson, Hanne1 to the whig
}) of the North. then do South. contemptuous. '
1 is charged with unsoundness] now says tht' I Why referred lat week. I: leadi ranks. Take the of Collamer!
other case
I 1 Brown, Dana, and and
from his letter. This is still belief Douglasa see
ern Whig prints warn us of Free Soil Democrats simply our g.1
tact is, he has never seen a number of .tlut ". '_'0 __. __.._ I how him.
: paper, don't exchange wiih it, don't know its. of the North ; warn us of.the amalgamation : The communication of" A IoimtierSettler" confirmed I by subsequent information as i.: ing Northern Democrats, have opposed the tl'y treat

sentiments was not for the .' purpose of of the two parties the Free Soilers and to his views and feelings.The Wilmot Proviso, and formerly advocated the True, CoIIamersayshe is not an abolitionist! ,
but he the Democrats heretofore!; lice, from the taint i is from the pen of ole fiiendly)' to the I. annexation of Texas that the voters in the I but let him I
defending our Georgia; : extemporary, l .' and! other whig papers may us judge by his acts, not his words.
of abolitionism ?-why do Southern Whig: administration. Its views accord 'rltilc I .
wishes! to rebuke' the Floridian & Journal. ; present zeal whose intensity
} the redoubtable War- | Free States are warned, with While! in Congress he invariaby
call Southern I object to our denouncing opposed the .
: prints us ( Democrats) to
upon with and !
This funny Editor must: be fond of dilemmas! those expressed by us, they cannot '
j desert! Northern: Democrats, to leave: such Secretary under circumstances so loudly cal. knows no relaxation! to spurn, as unworthy 21st rule, which excluded abolition petitions.
perhaps) he gets into them 'to be ascribed to party' animosity, such as we i I'
shrewdness in getting out of them. Again, the men as Cass Dallas) Buchanan: Woodbury with. ling; for it, but respect for our State: duty to..I confidence, the Democratic parly. HI- also voted for and strong'y: supported the "

Sentinel a little !tv stJOllliutaim the measures j and others. and join such men as Collamer, were unjustly-)-charged-- -.-.- .- our citizens, and duty to our country, demand I When a candidate for offiro secures his I Wilmot Proviso, even going to tbe extent of I

pursued by Gov. :Moseley\ in relation to our i Ewing. Fillmorc and nuny more such The The lion. E. C. CATIKLL: arrived in that we should expose and condemn the gross triumph by appeals such as we have mentioned voting to have that odious measure tacked on
Northern Whig party: with the ;great Daniel) 1 (
difficulties that
man.cn.nundentatldJminitration Indian ; incomprehensible! at Wash, no. ut their head, all boast of being the original town on Wednesday last. [! misdeeds of high officials. Does the Scnti.ncl I we announce his success with regret to the three million bill. When Giddings of.
I 'I
ington censures Gov. .Moseley for defending free soilers-would: it not be "jumping' ; out ot" -- ----- justify such conduct as this of the Secretary I j very dinT-rcnt from that with which we should fered a petition for repealing the laws which
from Johnson.
and attempting. to save the lives and property I the i'nui2: pan: into .the fire" ?-((10 use a quotation Ne\v Capt ? will not do to say he has done well j record the election of one who merely stands. I authorized the slave! trade in the District of
of his fcllo.citilC'U'anJ the Sentinel I equal to your potatoes in a hill.")- Capt. ELIJAH JOHNSON, who left here not' I Columbia Collamer
the Hank and voted
says in determining to remove the Indians, and to j opposed to us on 'I'arifFqiestion. against lying the
well done !-and devotes another leader I That slang whang" is exten-ively used now long since \\iih his men for Tampa, has writ '
long I that the of 'I on the table. When
in for the send a largo number! of U. S. troops for our Yc we venture to say history every petition Palfrey asked
Georgia !' (electioneering,
in and the Administration
defending sustaining; ten back that he arrived safely on the 21)ih
Funny and consistent this Editor I j :a the seconi'ahiiittntm", was in the late pr{ tection. That[ is well enough, but it does !' political Congressional canvass between leave to introduce a bill to repeal all laws authorizing .
man :
of the Sentinel. Gen.; Tnlor thinks himself, I Presidential election ; but we trust it will aotI August, proceeded immediately to the not wipe fut justify the insulting insinuation i Whigs and Democrats :North of the Potomac and maintaining slavery and the

I suppose, in his old Regular! Camp and Gov. I succeed to! woll a.s the former outrageous Manatee settlement, where he is now !!ation.e that our State would seek" to impede the I I jfor the last five years, would! prove that the slave trade in the District, he voted for that

of his under officers and the IHJmlJlJ Carry with t them 'a few brightjewels' ; lie had seen Gc n. Twigs; who adiUed I too. When Gott
Moseley one of the Government. That insult Whig candidate based his claims to popular! an insulting resolution .
people of this State holding; the paine positionas from !the 30'ltb-tro: ( the Whigs: not him as to the disposition best t to be made of purposes I
"' still ihe State and it is remarkable favor the t fact that his was party directing a bill to be brought into tho
Regular Soldiers!'! under him. lie certainly one. ) I said in the first of my article this rests upnn I upon party th
The General
cannot know the relation in which, an In. I \oung; giant possessed! a wreti-hcd memory. Company. freely expresses I! very remaikable: that the Sentinel has not a I which stood opposed to the *' slave power" olj I house to break down the institution of slate ,

dependent State Government stands towards! j Houston and Benton gone over 'to the fieeSoilet. his desire that the Volunteers should betaken word to say against it, but on the contrary the South. Again and again, however, have: ry in .the District, he voted for that too.- :
the General Government. ofiicer :, have they. !-and where. is the ''aembodiment" reat into the Fulled States service, and l le> i is dis j I When offered
Uvular I shows a disposition to screen Ihe great Secretary we been called to witness the crushing and: Giddings a .proposition. to allow
like, he is perfccily regmdleM: / of the lin>and i of\dl :; ery.fa who is now receiving posed to enter with vigor upon the duty of removing i i ,the slaves of,the- District *
the welcome of his northern from the jUt t indignation: of our people. i hopeless overthrow of Northern Democrats ; to vole on the question
of his fellow.citizens whom he has plaudits: j
property the Indians. 1 He had sent Capt. Casey j ___ I
sworn to protect. lie has neveret been I allies, Henry Cay! ?-and [Cndl'nmo too, of \ho were opposed to the reception abolition !I of their own emancipation: he voted for
what intended I the feathers
to see was by Tactics. [
able to learn that the highest and most sacred'! I kenuckycan! ? you say you exchange Whig petitions, opposed to the abolition! of slavery : that too. Now, we place all these acts, these

duty of a Government is to protect, to defend :! with! them, and don't know their sentiments ? &c., at the door o the Spaniard, I'hilippce, The desperate zeal with which the whig ;( in the District of Columbia-in fine, who were ; votes, in opposition to his word, and if they

at every hazard, the Jives of its citizens. Perhaps I You art too
H the General becomes a close student, too, defeated the Clayton Comptomise, when Cap'' Johnson! ; wrote.Oihor asati1tthe great measures of Ihe last Admin- any I then !
I this .vexed tion"came salis- of slavery! by Congress ; and seen their places Giddiogs! Palfrey and Gott, who are
after time he lea, this first les. 11t so near a
may n great : correspondents mention that a friendly i! i.tratiol, is fully evinced, in their strain: about I where down '.
settlement !-as famous I filled! who successful, only by every set as rank" abolitionists,
Eon Florida]: too; is she not handsomely re. factory you: are so a by Whigs were j
warded for her overwhelming confidence in I 1)(! worm" it is supem lf1ufUi to enlighten I 1 InJuti had cOle in, }but nothing could be J the Derby default. They tried hard) to get such appeals! as those to which we have I are not what they are thus represented to be.

'raJlorht'adJ! is the rry raised!! North tl.at you. How, too, have the votes upon this flu.1 I'3rt fiom him. He pretended i ignoranceof the use of another case f>r their purposes, by :, ded. And this is not all. Southern Whigs i But he desires no interference with slavery ,

Florida is desirous: of this Indian war-nay: I tion ever stood j in Congress!' ?among the the outbieak, and] all efforts to gather from fierce and hasty charges of d"facation! against'IPatric II I
I habeen found a*, the ofl in the Stales, and that is the ground on which
sects it. Perhaps Secretary Crawford'! l letter :members of tIleorth: the Whigs voting against him what his :\atiul is at, failed. Collins, of Cincinnati, but when his n'jicn del.at
will it nvWhile I us so long that tt.c"memory of man these men, thus immolated on the altar of the j he places himself before his southern friends :
help on M> am ---- ---- --- entire innocence was made known, the reck. !
peaking of the General, it reminds m "' of his runneth not to the: contrary." Among what Gen. Twiggs"-Troops for Florida the Constitution, when their paces! were supplied j in contradiction of the charges brought against

Baltimore speech. Have you read it, Sir members of the Noith have we ever f found We are glad to see that Gen. Twiggs has less spirit which goads on their designs deprived j by those w ho, in principle If ncl in name i I him. This will not answer. .\1 the abolitionists II
aid and this ? them of the manliness to retract their
Hf'ntint'11-uJppoEe dub him second comfuJ" upon ; question -ure.
a been the command t the In. I were 'he moat decided and uncompromising excepting some few hare-brained fanatics .
to again
}Patrick Henry ?-we can do so with as much ly you will answer, the Democrat I arn noadmirer assigned ; charges, and they remain silent. The Denby I I .j
; of Houston much less tlians in this State. He is noMe! old! soldier abolitionists.! ': disclaim any intention to trouble! slavery .
as a man, a
justice as to call:J !him the second Washington.A .as a cas", though, i is left them as a solitary lever tn' I IWe
wondrous display! of genius;, that speech politician, and of I'enton still J'p"-wjl you i and an officer in whom the people! of Florida I have puLIbct without comment the ; in the States. John Quincy Adams did ; i
work with. They point to it, and sneer at it. ; J
No doubt after so tremendous a mental effort say us much of Clay and other ( jour plr'Jf Indiana the Giddings does ; Hale does Gott does ail !
ha\every confidence.as.they have the be*! JI JIwil result, of the late election in I severest ; ; :
I have not so high an opinion of m sclf as an instance showing e\'j and dangers in.
the General was greatly exhausted ; anything; > assurance from his past t career eminent ] defeat, save thai in Virginia, with which the others of that st-imp, who are notorious
the General does or can do will not surpriseme : us vou think, Sir S'utilc. I am a modest oflis the Sub-Treasury system which calls for: ,
un'n. fitness for the duties devolved him. Heaimed T Iorism has ken visited. To the last as abolitioni} and with whom Collamer has
and ) Jet :
The Editor |lei haps as this be
now. pro tern ol'the Senti you cay rten"a'fn1alt a change of policy. Allowing to a
nel differs from hiM iliu\t,ious leader in one \ youth. Madisun I is not anxious to :at Tampa I lILy on the 24th- of laM case of even dishonest default, which i is I, no I, Congress Indiana sent four Whigs ; in the; always fraternized in Congress in their fierce I

respect : the former is emphatically a windy, break a lance: with you, (as Jour lance is month, and it i is reported that he has ordered means admitted, it must be the despenx-1} ; next, one .solitary,. and alone" from that populous opposition to slavery, profess the same thinsr. :

wordy man," the latter can never be long or home what on the shot gun order, and loaded Company 1 F. 4th Aitillery: to the set. veiy t State, will take his seat in the nest j Of what a\ai is it. then, to say he is not now :
with bird shot,) and cannot .that I threw ) protect lion of party expedients which would blazon it I j jabroad )
trifle, much with words say '
particularly as an or. !
We have felt in of interfering with in the i
House of less fa\'o slavery
oilier :
tlemt'iil! on Manatee river, and two companies lleprehCtitHtivcs.
before in these I
for the Sub-1
:tor. The General, too, is famous for his my "glove" Jfu-ptllap" as a reason overturning I
edicts or proclamations: ; the Sentinel is gifted Indian! war times you thought so ; and I towards Peas Czech and Hickapos. Treasury.. ,i iXo pleasure, ho\\c\er. at this well merited rebuke I States ? They must all make some show of I

that way : it is sufficient for him but to rais should!, not DOW have I doubled i my friend sa*"a. I i is also repotted that he is in favor law of the present Administration, from our ignorance regard for the constitution. They strike at
nor policy can provide oc-1;
his lance, and :Madison, like Capt. Scott's ihc} Floiidian$ & Journal, but 'for your lengthy, I of receiving the Florid.i volunteers.: against of the Constitutional views of the successors -: us through the territories and the District

Coon, "comes down." The Sentinel's long I word)', windy attack upon :ladill. I had Four companies of U. S. have arrived casional instances of personal error and (p'r. :, of the three defeated Whigs in relation -: Columbia ; and none ofthem have ever aimeda o
leader Madison, is a singular production.For no idea I possessed the power ot troops sonal di honfs:)'. Certainly the United | I
upon ut'roiiilill the Allan the slavery and the Wilmot! !! blow at us which he dd; not readily second.
in East Florida from to question
the life of I I the Augusta Chionicle & Sentinel I ports on ;
me can pee nothing in it but ; willwdI States: Bal!< had not the charm to divert men |
words, word' If words jumbled! together; ) I only to bear my evidence to the ti itji of the tic. The 7lh Regiment of Infantry ordered of corrupt impulses. Ii the Suli.1'rea'irycannot t: Proviso. Yet we needed no assurance to satisfy !i Let these f tacts: which are on record be duly

without sense or meaning be evidence of mind charge made by the Floridian &Journal here from Jefferson Barracks had not armed do this either, the supporters of the j us that they could not be more obj ctiona- ': weighed, and what will southern people say

or genius, then is this young Editorial giant I against; t that paper-to war whoever I might at Tampa at the lusl t accounts. When they Hank not to bo it. ble .than their opponents ; while there was I to the course of whig: editors who defend sucha
if : of its sheep skin dress. I regarded ought greatly surprised at
eminently gifted. Perhaps was written to your arrive there will i be about two thousand reason to hope that they might be much safer ; man 1 not is enough that he should! hold
convince the world of his being a very 'fun. j course thenas in some others, wiong. I, too, government Hut the effort; to turn such casl's of default, so I a

fly man"or to show us' his' aptness' at quotation i i did not \vi ihi or intend to demolish: the I1oi ida troops in the State. The sufficiency rare in comparison with! tliOiO under other !t tI men. For there arc some (many, we believe) I position of such commanding influence in the

(he seems to us to hav* to fix a quotation Sentinel ; I had] no idea that such an august I I this number can be }better jllJtt of when I systems, against the former measute, cannot I, Northern Democrats who hold sound constitutional Cabinet, without being thus taken to the em.

in his mind and attempts!; to make his witting: ali consequential ,personngn as its souse. it i is ascertained with more certainty what I bijt abortixe. That measure has amplyproved views on the Wilmot Proviso ; but no : braces of those whon: his whole public career,
fit it ) perhaps he WriTe! to astonish the pi-1: I .time" Editor would deign to draw his bow up. prove I
; be So that when hear of! far
course it will necessary to pursue towards excellence and the Northern ichigi. we so as slavery is concernd, has insulted
ny.woods men with the'a..t. fund of his knowl.] on an individual so green" and] humble as its 0\\1 people are
edge, and to let us know how many books be I MiulUnn. What would: become f' the ,\d.I the Indians in order to get them from .the not willing to change it for any of the dangerous ; the election Northern Democrats we con. \ with threats of injury as well as contempt '_

has read, and that their contents! aro (like I ministration and the Whig part}in Florida, if State. If the Government i is mistaken in its scheme of banking which whiggery !i elude .that it is not improbable! that they are j I We cannot. understand how the people o the

Hob Acres wit) at h his fingers' end." If so, I the Sentinel was demolished ? who would hope of' treating" with them, as believed liveverybody would impose upon them. They are satisfied: ;, opposed to the Proviso ; when we hear of the j. South can b satisfied to have such enemies of

we forgive the young giant, and say all "isi I 'be its light, its guiding stir ? What, too, here, we suppose it will not hesitateto with it with the other dem-i+ election of Northern \\higi, we deem it morally ;i their interests openly defended in their midst.It 1
Now, we are told there is hut i I would! }become of I the South, if the Sentinel as they are great
vanity Mep from* the s.ublime to the ridiculous;"one we I comedown fiom its "watch tower" ? I am direct the most vigorous and stringent ucratic measure, the revenue tariff of '46. j certain that they ale in farr of it. The i ieviJence is a strange and fatal! apathy which tolerates 1

therefore assure our young:: giant that he has i!, more generous than to think of such a thing. measures ; and to act will success more troops The test of a severe trial, .through war and in :; which we now have, though not con. j this nursing of an open foe. The aspect of I

not appeared in his long leader devoted to Demolish, i a famous woid] with this young, will probably} be required. I peace, has falsified. all the ominous predictions elusive that the Democrats elect will oppose | public affairs is already gloomy enough, but a

Madison in the sublime ;perhaps he can uri.dcrstand intellectual giant. He must regard all Dem- ---- .- of their insufficiency, and fully vindicated the I the Proviso, goes to this extent, admitting a I much darker day, a more dreadful crisis is to
) in what light his Editorship stands. ocrats as .Gohiahss"--shey( are Goiah.s! in Conduct of the Secretary of War. I
which No *' leading Whi; paper as testimony, namely be apprehended, if southern men continue to
1 have called this Editor I the truth of.lu'ir. principles.! ) New I say to policy on they are founded. tem. : }
a "funny
young man. The Sentinel Mill thinks that
we were
Madison says he was informed "that. the you, don't say I intruded in this communication : pest i in a teapot," nor any great hue and cry : that the Taylorites took higher ground against ; devote their talents and their papers to the

Southern Cultivator had lost much: of its pop. to demolish General Ta 'Jor'8 administration hasty" in condemning the course of the about some officer's default, can close the j slavery during the canvass than their oppo- defence of such abolitionists as Jacob Col-

tilarity in that portion of eorgia; because of' : there is no use in my trying-it is l falling l. Washington authorities in reference to the sense of tho people against appreciating the :i'j nents. Even the Free Soil Democrat (who lamer. .

the known abolition sentiments of its Editor now ; its 7/cglt w ill destroy it ; its cmpti- Florida volunteers, and it expresses itself" at wisdom and success of these measures. Some 'I takes the place of one of the lost Taylorites) j The course southern whig in regard -
this Dr. Lee" but this fair and "funXI ness or \' head (like the whose I papers
same mal a loss to imagine whatlnore the Government elected union of Free Soilers and Democrats .
by an
other tactics will be some different to northern
intellect clouded with rum) it necessary men presents an anomalyhard
man" but word the prostrate I
a to ; "
man wil
) says young
could have done than ilun done. This
who told Madison that the crops had failed inconsequence i its head the General, its Ewing and excuse required, before the country will agree I, fills short of the ultraism ot his Whij; to be understood, if disconnected with
Collamer is sufiicient of its down. continued defence of I the conduct of the Ad.) in opposition to Southern
of the anti-Southern principles guarantee to give up measures which have worked so opponent Rights. the strong influence of bigoted m.-

inculcated by one of its Editors, (Dr. Lee.)" fall-of its own prostration. My efforts,there ministration is strangely irconsittent with admirably, and so much fur ihe general good. For while the Whig candidate not only contended i Who does not remember how they pary denouncedCass

If the young :yiant! intended the above as uit, fore, (were I able) woullllJe entirely gratut.ous. that paper's approval of the acts of the Goeror. \ for the exclusion slavery from California .
let it and here In I 'know the Editor ( tern.) WHAT TASK !-Gen. Taylor is I' on the subject of bis opinions- touching
as a practical joke, we pass,- person pro Crawford condemns the raiding of A report.cd but with Mr. Fillmore for the abolition '
}by declare him an exceedingly finny man"and of the Sentinel and regaid him a a clever to have said in one of his recent speeches, slavery, though it was well known that he
and desiie
I think "his volunteers, expresses a that theybe slavery in the District, and t for the I'
possessor of a flighty iroaginationthereader gentleman. only ruling passion, that ho would endeavor to out the pro. i opposed any interference with slavery by
of many books, both ancient and mod vanity, is the cause of his strange flights. No withdrawn even before his troops arrive to carry hihition of the slave trade between the States, j i Congress, not only in the States, bat in the

crn. Now shall notice what a polite and doubt our friend, the young giant thinks his protect the settlements. Are we wrong to I wishes i of the party that placed him in pow. Julian, his Free Soil opponent, could not go I territories. He voted Wilmot

.: courteous man he is-to know it, hear him : big gun" the long leader has dtI>tH'Jcd Mad.ison denounce such indifference to the feelings and er." To give an instance of the sort of labor far to advocate the last against th

Whom this brawling democrat with his clay -that for shame and confusion of face" of citizens is thus betrayed by he will have to perform, it is well known that I so as two positions. I Proviso, and he also opposed any action by
and brass front ;" again, this interpreter ofthe he has retired with {dread dismay}' and hung a .the whig party of .the North have: him So that Northern Whiggery, so highly eulogi. Congress, on the ground that such action
this Cabinet officer ? If tho Government has \\ult
his the willows. I would believethe : zed Southern orators and editors
and harp presents
ebony tapan' democracy ; again, upon would be both unconstitutional and highly im
done all it could do. it has also done what it sanction the principle of the Wilmot Proviso,
"that. has induced us to notice his coarse and Young TUn' at heart is a feeling man- i itself to us as really more inimical than the so Yet ,.
he bitterly
scurrilous: attack." I cannot mention them therefore, I say to 'him, no such thing has ought not to have done." I has insultedour I while the whig party of the South would have called Free Soilism itself. A t fact for the meditation politic. was denounced,coarsely,

all the leader come us : as big him that If he undertakes denounced by these same men who thendefended
long is full of such gentle and upon your : gun" was only people by .regretting" that measures oppose measure. really of those who
courteous phrases. To all of the above we loaded with powder and no shot, )Madison was taken for their defence. has made to carry out tho wishes" of those are turning up toe whitesof and supported, and still defend anJ
the honors Madison noted only a little inconvenienced, and slightly suffocated : were I their eyes with puritanical horror at alleged .
deny is for his who elected him, his policy will bo a patchwork support, politicians who were in violent
its terrible smoke. To light of their fears by desiring that self-protec op
show between
modesty : hating but little brass and a poor i by (that coalitions Northern Democrats and to the South all pertain
opinion of his abilities. Ahem lie is no I i II I have respect for the health of this young editorial tion should be stayed. Now, it is (for this of conflicting measures such as never :I Free Soilers. position on questions I

interpreter (the fame of our nation interprets, giant, a it i is the habit of physicians disrespect to our State, this contempt of the before puzzled the brains of men. His ad. ----- ing to this subject. democrats threw of& I
'I that) Democracy, but a lover of the land now to give Chloroform to their patients alarm of our people that we condemn the ministration would answer U ke's celebrated from the Senti"e. northern man who had deserted them, there

that gave him birth ; a lover outs institutions! while extracting their teeth to free them from Secretary of War. description even better than did the originalit We understand that letters have been received was no end of the jeering and taunts' they received

of its rights, and] a respecter of the Constitu. pain during the operation, I therefore earnest < checkered but never has a northern whig
be and yet
tion ; would sec it preserved, and thereby our I ly recommend, when .the old Editor returns to Every thing we hear in regard to his con. would 80 speckled, from our young friends, I B. Max been thrown off

glorious Union ; in preserving the Constitu. resume his labors, that a physician be called duct satisfies us that our denunciations were a piece joinery so crossly indented and well, Wm. 1 Footman and O. O. McMul- under similar circumstances.

into :administer Chloroform! to the "Young whimsically dovetailed such a piece of len-whom if recollect This singularcouurse southern whig leaders
tion pure, in keeping it holy and inviolate, inV o neilher has'y"' nor unju&t. The following we right, left Fort
the Southern States demanding their rights, 'Un" before removing him from the Editor's circumstances which diversified Mosaic ; such a tessalated pavement Smith (Arkansas) about! the 1st of April, t betrays an alarming devotion to party( and

their equality under the Constitution, lie Sanctum. MAUISO.V. come to our knowledgeon without cement ; hero a bit of black and route for Cahfof.a. via Santa Fe. Their parly hacks, in contrast with tbe professions

thinks is the to the Union. To Madison County, August 9.WILMINGTON the best authority, would seem to leave no letters bear date 4th of July at that of
.. way preserve .: there a bit of white that it would in. placein of their leader, and with the conduct tb
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the last charge, again we put our denial, anu --- ---- doubt that his conduct was a premeditated in. the vicinity of which they had stopped for
for proof refer Madison's!\ former article.- Aug. yu( -.Naval Stores.-' suit to our State. On the evening of tho Gib deed be a very curious show ;" and to framea a few days to prepare for the further prosecu democrats on these questions, which we are

Wo did not intend, neither did we commit "a Sales Turpentine have been general by firm Messrs. Whitncr and policy after such a model would require a tion of their journey. There are some 400 sure the people will not longer tolerate.-

., coarse. and scurrilous attack" upon the Sentincl during the week, at previous rates, until this of August, Thompson, higher order genius than Taylor has yet in this company, escorted by a company of Men who thus tamper with the intelligence*
{ ; we consider ourselves guiltless of the moring when an advance of5c was obtain who had just t arrived at Washington, address acquired reputation for. He has certainly U. >'S. troops, commanded by Capt Maasey. of the voters of this country will sooner or ,I

-' charge. Now I can only account for the many sales loot up about 3650 bIds, viz : ed him 3 note informing him of their arrival, They were all in fine spirits and in the enjoyment later be repudiated.
H 513 J at S'2 30 for yellow, and 83: 10 for virgin assigned himself very onorous task ; how utterly 1
lingu1a.riticsofthc giant in tliii way: ; at the instance of Gov. Moseley, to confer of good health. The remainder of

/ his inordinate vanity blinds his mental VJMOIJ ; J939! bbls at 82 ;for yellow, and $3 15 for with him'and the President in regard to the he will perform it the country is anxious to the journey, (or the sake of expedition, was or A communication from Capt. Frncia I

'I when a man happens to differ w ith him, it is a virgin ; and li5! bbls at 82 40 for yellow, and see. to be performed on pack mules ; by this time
coarse and scurrilous attack" upon his dignity :3 I:for virgin dip. Spirits Turpentine.Several .- Indian outbreak, and desiring biO to fix an they are at the place of destination. M. Durance gives information that scout"1? I

his dictatorship ; a little "I"I il'f authori. small lots have changed hands at 2Pc hour, at his earliest convenience, for an in. cKi- The Sentinel still .halts between two after had their party on the Big Wilhlacoochee! saw iigna f .
they pitched! tents there
.ly"has ruined his prospects in Hie ; how can per gallon, and i'l 75 for the Mils! not returnable. terview. No notice whatever was taken of opinions." It approves (the Governor's course came Son a company of about 200 Camanche In. Indians, who had been dricingcatte! Sou&mtbe '

.you, Sir Editor, ever again descend (from your SOle email bbl.lots ofT r havo been that note, nor was any reply given to it. On in calling out ,'olunteer but finds fault with u* dians dashing upon them-but before they direction of the Indian country. One
the I sold at 81 40
., pro terneditor's seat to t common walks per tho afternoon of the 8th, one of Ihese gentlemen because we bbme the Authorities at Wash reached their camps, the white Bag was raise party was supposed to have consisted 01* a*.
of Iii2? This vain-glorious giant of.the quill NEWHKRN, Aug. 27-.Naval Sture.Tur.pf'htino Tifo ed as a signal of and frienship.
drove to his residence, but the Secretary ington for condemning this course. peace They fifteen another, of tire-
the morals of the men-
thii public censor> of people, I has continued to arrive trcl'lyand the describe the men as being large and fierce many a :
" Ihiilti:: ho has but to shake: his quill over a prices have been steady at 82, a 82 J, 05 for pleaded indisposition and fatigue, and did not would bo but a short journey if all men took and the women, i is said, ride better and use, Tho conjecture i is that they are provides

sin M t of paper, promnlge;: his edict through the old dip and SO 50 for virgin. Tar at SilO I see him. A note was left reminding him a step backward. for every one (hey made for. the lasso with more ki than the men-all themselves wilh supplies against the misbjp[

cd inins: of the Sentinel,and! his enemy, the al )15. that the Commissioners had been waiting two : ward mounted on (fine hor c which their outbreak may bna: upO1 tbrlo.i. .

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Tic following communication from Maj. Letter of the Secretary of War. Secretary greatly fears that the action of Gov. 1 .ITEMS FKOM ENGLISH rAPEI' :- I.I at the fifth exhibition of theM.iss3chr' ettsCharita-,I A. E. MAXWELL,

ble Mechanic Asjjcution,held in Faceuil: and(..Jinncy .
Morris states *the facts on which it is reported Moseley may have: retarded I, Mental Derangements. is stated that Dabs, in Boston. September IS47.;- #TTiT 'T L1,

that Billy Bowlegs has sent in a flag of peace. Editors Floridian 4'$' Journal : Again an effort is mad to lull our people i three clergymen iu succession who were appointed ,I "Dr. Corbett Shaker village. N. H.-six bottles \T7ILL attend all the Courts o( the Middle CrV .

"'e have not heard the result of the confe. The Letter ol( \the Hon. Secretary of War, into the belief that the recent murders are but ; chaplains to the Liverpool ceme. of"Compound Ths Compound Concentrated Syrup Sarsapari'.la.as Sarsaparilla' )':prepared'Jp. \ cuit. SOOffice: back cf the Floridiau( fc I

rence, if any was had, but hope it may prove and the communication of Messrs. Whitner tho acts of three or four outlaws, and with I tary have bee me imn'al y deranged. The by Dr. Corbett of t the Shaker Society CanUrbuiy. Journal TjuahasseeJuly Reading Room.2r,, 1$49. 2?
Mose. .circumstance is attributed to their constant N. II-. the Committee have carefully examined. It
and to his ExcehlcncyGov. repetition
favorable, though there arc few who eipcct Thompson which the nation has had nothing to do. In sometimes often comes sustained by the names of the most distineuitbed .
( six times in
this. ley published in your last paper, may lIe Iaken believed, it will, be a fatal delusion. It is well' day) of the funeral scrviceand as the impressive.ness a. phyjicians in the country ; and from a know- Wesleyan Female College.I I

Fort Broolc, E. 1'., Au. 20th, 1 IS 19. I as the foreshadowing of the opinions of known to all upon the frontier, at all conver.sant of the sad spectale of which they were but led;';express ot its component their full part belief. the as committee to Us efficacious cannot TilE duties:i cf thi Institution will be resumed fin

Sir-A white flag, made of feather, with the General Government upon our recent In. with the Indian character, that they have II habitually the spectators. qualities. Theinredknientening inlo comp il ion The .College first Monday is situated in October upon ,a 1-19.Ligh and healthy' I

ths symbols used by Bowlegs, head chief of dian disturbances: and the course to be Iur. been preparing for the. last year for war. Indeed Tim country papers mention instance! in are that of Ihe such Committee a highly willingly incful and pronounce alterative it character lobe: the hill overlooking the! city of Macon and offers to the P 1-

the Seminolt .tob\ccocncircleJ with a string sued in relation to them. I confess I am which thieves and of known j-uWic! superior educational adv-ntacrs. The Board
they have made no secret of it. Hilly I burglars have resorted Io PIT preparation Sdrsaparilla Syrup jet ; of Rrv. W. H. EtLuox,
of white beads found yesterday! l lOtli Instruction 1"ICC'mpolt'd
was and such think it desfrinof
as a Diploma.Multitudes '
instant fastened to the door of John I'hillip- disappointed. I was the course pursued bya How Legs has openly declared, and on every chloroform for t the purpose of facilitating ( now testily to the virtues of this medicine l 0. D., President and Revs. E. II. MYERS.: A. M.,
their operations. The modus I. R. THOMAS, A. M and Groncr. H. HANCOCK.
operandi consists
former administration under like circumstan. occasion that the soil of Florida should It doo- not drench and the stomach
Bermudcz at Sara Sola. annoy
pee (Spaniard: ,) coverhis I lathe application of handrher- A. M., Pn-fM-ior of Science and LittratareMr. :
a steeped ;
by inordinate doses, as do most of I the Parsnpsrilla !
This man has lived on most friendly terms ces ; but I am surprised and astoni-hed that bones. And from all the evidence which chief towel P. (;(rriENC'RGER, PnfH"cr cf Musicard j
or to the mouths of the subjects of compound.. Hut introduced in moderale quantities,
with the Indians-but having also been in one holding the high position of Mr.1 Craw the Government in its diligence has been able I the experiments. it i-ives a healthy' tone to the whole s\' t'm. (Ir* Ornamental Mrs. S S. ItANCfCK tranche*., Oo There*ines5 ttill, a"d be hereafter Teacher cf aPreparatory I

free intercourse with the whites, abandoned ford, and he a citizen of the State of Georgia, hunt is there II The aperient qualiiiescornbined with its highly alterative Class undf the charge cl' the Faculty
'}iis at Sara Sota. On returning he to_ up, a single jot or tittle goingto Hungarian General Bern, when, a fl'wer4. tend to prevent a* well a* eure dieaca.atT ., : ; r
property instructois, to fit pupils ft
Hv j
rd cr.rr.pet6it:
found it unharmed and the emblem of peace should so far forget himself and what was dueto prove that the whites instigated the mur. : teacher of languages, aWiftwo! years ago, in purifies the Pilood act "iznal'y 0 i the Ll1r"* and i o' !
College. \
on his door ; he made, the nccessiry mark, a sovereign State of this Union, as to utter ders at Indian River and Peas Creek ? And Oxford, won golden opinions of all parties, 0:1: Liver cure and ,th'accredited}" produces statements thes? num ot( r which u. and are wonderful now- ,. entering Tile Coit**<;i.tte year (or Terra) .xteiia3 from Cm t'I .

time he had found the flag and such sentiments. The General account of his noble barinZ, hU modest demeanor rendered October to tli llth July, 1S50, and every expense in .1 -
the I and what jjenorally I.
signifying I promulgate has been the course of the Indians since and his virtuous mind. so us. the ColLege Course, including Tuition, Board. I it itI
his intention to return at full moon. be under {r:olt1 by Edward Crinley & Co. Drnssists i Rost I be r
I Government must laboring a these aOl: rs ? Has the Nation come forward I I Lights, i ll'if'tinfi. B':oks and Stationery may :
Ciptain Casey will accompany him, and I The Xt-Deutsche Post and Lloyd repoit, n. S le JI'oprif'tl'rl.; rand thfirgeneral Agents: more than covEred by Two Hunrl'td Dollars. t t
s'rangc hallucination of some kinJ, either : and offered to surrender the murderers ? No. None genuine without Dr. CorbttV signature I 1
us Phillippee's word is to be implicitly reliedon I learns from a trustworthy source, that Prince The abvestatement applies only I to the ceurseof :

I have a hope that some information in : frmi wrong information or perverseness, The truth is, they have not been seen since, Metternich i is sufPriny from softening of the LEWIS: & AMES, Literary. insiiuctron. Tie Extra Studies' ,which are ,

regard to the feelings 1 of the nation will be ; to' induce them to offer such gross indignity I II II I II ,. and Col. Spencer, the recently appointed In. I brain, amid} exhibits ui.quivccal symptoms of U-- ---- -- Sole Agents--for--TallahaHf'I'-:.- at the Music option and of use the of parent Piano., are charged$as.J.J folloir 00 f f fDrail1 ;I t

gained.Upon. I and insult to the people of Florida, throughtheir dian Agent, tells us that he has been unableto i this disease : he i is in a complete state of MARRIED, ;: and Painting. 25 00 j !

the receipt of this flag, I determinedto I I apathy, "rea'lv depressed in mind, and so far I Ancient Laneuafcfs.eacb 20 00 f !
I J Executive.It communication with them and that In Annapolis, Md Ihe 23d Augnst, by the
a on
countermand the order for the troops to open I sunk in dotage thai he did not recognise hstIiuihiter ; The Frenrh Lansuaije is taught to those who desire .
: seems that the powers at Washington effort to enter their fi, this Itev. Mr. l"el:hn. Major LCTHFR Girrtfcs, ofI.isIcn it without extra charge.
move into the country for the protection of any territory r purpose the Countess Sandor who mule a I l i Class $25 00 f
Ohio C..Tiunru second .f Tuition in Preparatory
to <
; daughter
the settlements, as the move misht tend to I are determined to hear but one side of tt will no doubt be met with a deadly onset. I journey to England for the arrangement of I Candidates for the First Class must be in their .
.T'idtThma4 Rinddll, of lhi-i}
alarm the Indians and endanger thc safety of question( or if heard, io hear with that prejudice .n indignity has been ofP.-red our Executive I family affairs.Improvement. --- ntv.. -_. -- I-lth ear, and acorr roudiT1; age i is required in tho r rI

Capt.able C:1ECY'ho to"ascertain will whether, in a very this short flag time was, which stops the cars and eyes of their and State, in the action of the Federal: I I in the Zlamtfactvre of Srrtar.\\ ::;- EDWARD WEST, Esq-. will- be- supported I candidates It i is very frr desirable the higher that rlas pupils.t*.be present at the; 'IJ -

be Bsrmndez 'I'judgment. I propose to enter the list in suppoit Government upon this subject, which must bewi.icd There is ;a goo-l dealjin the journals at? the ensuing; election; (for tIP oiTice of C,'uitv open in: of the Term. The Classes are then formed )
placed at the door of as an assurance I ladies who enter the course
and Umbels 014 a discovery of a new plan 01'1 I MANY VOTERS.00THE :[ and those young upon ,
ol the of Gov.; Moseley] and : i-inr.er. by
) course our The and will
of his own security, or : message to the out. people must rally with ihrtr clas-t po". extracting: ( the licet-root and the -------- ---------
Agent here-no mark, other than those before State, and 1 believe, too, I have the c\'iJencl: around (he Governor and sustain him in his sugar mm I II fri nJs of General L. A. THOMPSONnnnounce fho-c! who are admitted alter the duje, have pro-
f-ug.tr.cane, by xvhich the jieM( rfsuir: : i isniit'thurd .re-sd in the studies r-l theycar.IPV )
mentioned, having been made to help of (ruth and justice on my side. I II course, even'hough he may feel it his duty to I i or even one.hiaifgreater, t the quilily I him i as a candidate: for Major-Gfnenl! 01 the .\ other intormut neetd! will be furnished "

conjecture. these at the of the j is impioved, the ; vastly : aunt first Division !I'lori ;Militia, at the election on the on application to the Pr 'ident. or to i (
:My i object is to arrebt public attention. expel savages expend process simplified, \
ob't :
serv't I
1 am, vcrv respectful I your the f firs: Monday in Octe>bir next. 1:. H. )IYrtSec'r; : Factilly.AUI. .
(Signed) W. W. .MORRIS contribute in correcting and reforming Slate, and that, too, with her poor despisedMilitia. ; expense: materially dllJJIIIshcd.l1lll1s ---.._--- -- ------.-- 25, l i-r. 33-lw !,
; effecti'il by some chemical which
U. S. A. Indian I / I operation: 33-TiiKlriemNof: Rrij. Gen. A. K. ALLISON
Major Agent what seems to It the false impressions of those is at
present a secret. The French and )
( l.il\l04 candidate for General the C. MORTON
announce a Major ALEX.
:Mnj. Gen. It JONES, Arjt Gen. U. 1 who ought to be better informed. Trlth on The truth: is, the history of these Indians, i Belgian (;u\'ertlrnent have ordered) ,
Washington City. I expert.rn Lit Division, F. M,. at the approaching e'cction' on at Lmvf A (ollllUi'itilor.cr
I and the should and the of the in which ;nUto be niid in lie! of Attorney:
desirable :
-- .- -- all subjects is people I peculiarity country' ; presence scientific 1st Monday in October next.IAST VoTtns.rj ilec-ds for Florida r

; fiowu who would at. i iI they have carried their and cruel ; commissioners. Our l'rnillent..aralll, Duma) !, GEORGIA. .
Sentinel informs the public that indignantly upon any on savage I ; rz5- OFFICE AT COLVMBUS, .flITtLE. 5}
OThe I has already II ied the w. \ : authorized and requested to announce
thing small scale
I on a
"'. Davis) K<< ., of Apalachicola has tempt) to mislead them, even upon matters! waiwarc. with unprecedented success, for KO I five faithful attention to such buirus33 1""14.,
] with CII. .
1 is said ALFRED \ FISHER candidate for
I it &"ignal EICC: 'ss. The author M a reelection \ be entrusted to him. in the Courfsofthe \
been offered the of' of : lUOst t trivial. How much more so, then, w hen I It long a time, it seems to me, ought long sinceto may r
appointment Inspector of thii threatened saccharine revolution! i is .M.Metisels l 1.1 to the oT.ceof( Sheriff of Leon County, at the Chattaho& Circuit, Georgia. composed of tl.<*

the land offices in Florida, as a mall of eg- t the lives and properly of their foliow-citizens] have convinced :the General Governmentthat an employe! d the Belgian Govern- I II ensuing election: in October next. Counties tlf Mnsrogee, Harris, Talbot. Stewart and I j
I I I Marion ; an(11O! the Countiesof Russell, Macon and
teem and confidence of the Government.. ': are at stake. 1 regular! troops, (especially on foot.) are j merit. JLJ- WE are authorized and requested to announce 11trhourl hamt. ,

The same paper add*-" Florida, it is said, is i[ The Hon. Secretary of War is pleased to I II not the kind of troops to be employed( ; that !j Important -Victory- of- Hungarians- Mr.( FLETCHER WHITAKER as a candidite for the AuutItSl9.-1 3-2-Cm I I I It

cared for by the Admili"tration. and] our Hep.rescntative : express s his strong rtgrti that Gov. Moseleyshould I Ii mounted volunteers, raised in I the country, are Letters from Constantinople: ot' tie:" l5h! : n't.' I office of Sheriffrf the County of Leon, at the co-u- Lessens in French;

Ir. Cabell stands wel in Con. 'I i have thought proper to c.ill out volunteers !. the only troops that can be relied on with any I j 1"-'av that a courier (from (Galatz; had brought I in:; election in Oct.brr.I t : undersigned, in compliance with the request I'TIll

press and before the Cabinet. Whether I for the protection of the! lives and properiy hope of certain success. \'e have not let news that the Au-.fro.iiu, "siiti :.rmy, G'I.000 i I re-peetfully announce tavjclf to my fellow- f <5sveml gentlemen deiirous to learn the

;. stioiij: ;, which, alter it had compelled t tie I Him-I ciiii.ensol i Leon Connty candidate for I the OfIce j French Language", rus procured Ihe old Reading i _
!' Davis will accept the ttfier, and to what 1 I of his fejlow-citizens. Is> this not an in- j forgotten the great display! of Gen.: Scott, with gatian eneral, I'errz'-l!, to retire, and had i ii (.1 Clerk of Lecn Circuit Court, at the ensuing election [ Room of the T Floridian Otf>e, over Ihe Store i>f Mr. 'r

mount cf the loaves and fishes Florida is suit: offered to the sovereignty of Florida-a I his ,three grand divisions marching up the hi I i occupied Cr ,}>1tdl and IIen.iMsfatt! had ad1 Hoc, where he will give a eri5 of Lessons, cornI -
i : inOctobernet. JOHN D. KEEN.Tallahassee I menoin the first of Septemurr. He will! attend
cared for and whether Senator Morton J or stigma t the I common lerlings of 1 humanity and down again, while our defenceless people 1! vnnced f far had on 'I
: upon I as us .lfl'artl, been met I I.I byi July I 11,15-19.I I' there from 7 In i 9 o'clock A. M.. and from 4 to ft ,

anybody else stands well" in the high places! I t that our Executive: should be taken to task, I were muidered with cold blooded and savageferocity. i Bern! \viih i -10.01)0 men. The latter immediI o'clock, P. M.. aa \\ ill accommodato students zi ,

and that in neither In fact fellow.citizens the ately j jtve battle! to the imperialists, who werei ;::3- WE :are authorized and requested to announce I their convenience may require. Terms of tuition I
the j j is said. too : to
tpolccn of is not icported by t i a manner courteous or me I I which will be moderate, may be learned by application \
.. under Gen. Ltiders. Mr. OSCAR. MYERS candidate for the office
i a
---- ----- 'I'
polite, by an officer of the Federal Governinent language of Georgia's distinguished: : Troup t.> JOHN B. DECORCE. I
Mom FAUTOJUUS.-We see it stated that f! The battle: commenced on the lOih! !In' aI rf Clerk of Leon Circuit Court, at the ensuing election Au- ist 19, 1St.Florida;!. 32--tw
for doing that which his solemn oath the Hon. :ecretar\ own "The I
: required ) countrymen I the : .
stratagem movement on [put of Bern }bv in OcfolM-r! r.f'- t. -
In \utua : Ah.b una they build- ,
county are } of him, -to plOtt'ctthe lives and property cup of forbearance has been cxhall'icd-wc! which he cut off the t Mi win" of the Austrian I --. -----. -- -- hand Sales. i!I Ii
in I two new One: with a capital of I I & WE are authorized and req-iested to announce
faclri( of his from inhunrtn Fbi dians must stand attacking the ri ht at the lirne
; I i countrymen by our arms. army ; same I T 171L1. be offered at Auction numerous tracts of

S 100,000 to woik 3300 spindles! and 100 ery and destruction ? And this alone IJUtch'l i A FRONTIER SETTLER. ;! and compelling i it to l fit 11 back on the cenlre.\\ the EDWARD office il FOOTMAN Tax Aj-tesor, Esq.and, as Collector a Candidate for the for i I 'I valuable; Land, at the places :and time follow I

looms to manufacture goods alone, will : -- Gen. Bern seeing the disorder of the enemy's in< r-\iz : '
colon : offence! of Gov. Moseley and the people of --- -- ; hues ordered the to advance which I County c.f Leon, at the ensuing election in October.f At Pensacola on the 4lh December nexf.i .
reserve ,
into next January. The Telegraph to the Charleston Courier
go Milt-, Santa Roi the 6lh Dec'r.
Oltf:1iol otl.'r I Florida, which has so pointedly called down determine.] and County on
'! i NIW.OII.IAXS by a gallant charge, decided f> W F. are authori/ed and requsttd to announceMr. } Wal'ori Co the 10th .t I
has a capital of 75,000, and) will be fvl cot. : Aug. 'J-3- 1, P. M. u eeanna. on
i the anathemas of the Hon. Secretary* upon' :; the day in favor of the lIu uians. The un.m'riIists JAMES. RONEY tw a candidate for the Office Roach's Bluff, Washington County, on the
ton and woollen' goods. Both are near the' Return of Rey, the Abdncfcd Spaniard.
look to the 13th December.At .
flight field
i our heads. [ : leaving on I of Tax Assessor and Collector far Leon CoU-I:. I
Alabama river, and have fine water power." : The brig Salvadora has arrived at this port, : 1 10.000 dead and wounded, nearly all the i : Jac Von County on Ihe 15th Deer.
What should have been at theeniuin election in October next. .
: "
i course pursued under ; Lott'sMilU, Lalhoun Co., on the 17th
in eight days from hlavaiiazariri., ,' on buardas and S.OOO( whom i
TLus on tho woik of turning sutlJf: : artillery, pri.soners, among "
goes Gadsden the 19th
Q-iiucy, County, on
the ciicumstances !hive the
industry and capital into profitable! channels. :t to met approbation a passenger, Rr.v: the abducted Spaniard. ., is Gen. .\uernlJer! :. Jen. Hem then repo {cu:/' We ire authorized and reqtie-ted to announce Tallahassee, Leon County, on the 22d I

of this high and humane functionary Rnr, we are inf
sI!<,\ Fluiitla; is to move, \ve hope yet to 1, ? lie leaves us not in the daik here, fel.! : Captain-General without any formal dcmunfl In Gallic! Gen. fmtiniIhts also hada Tax Assess-ir, and Collector for Leon Ccntytat theelection Madison Court Honse. on thl' Zth "

her in the movement which her made for him. lIe U Ja per, Hamilton County, on the 1st Jany.
s.e joining havinjbeen
: was sent ,'iclorlud t-tkeri (
: in October
low citizens but too lulls! when I 'H. Freytag prisoner. next. '
: plainly u*, Alligator, Columbia Co., on the 3d .
sisters have home by the American Consul. Tiie -- -- .- -_. I
auspiciously begun. i Viennijo'iri-alsofthe! 5t Ih i uitant supply
; -- ---- - -- -- ----
; Col. Whitner One fourth at the time of sale,
through our Commissioners, j I TERMS :- payable
-- -- ,------ Since his arrival he has testimonythat I
I given : : us with newsfroin Hungary The adminisfriitiaa and ihe .S'oui/t.-IEor. i i and (:t.'I1. Thompson, He declines the services I II ; he was abducted. It Ins been orderc'lthat if(true. It appears tint:. on 1 the -1th inst l, thc ; and LoS and \Yhctrrcsin city of.1palaehicda. I Persons desirom to know what particular tracts .

aoe Grcely, the Cditurofthc New VoikTriliune ,I of the Florida Volunteers even fur tern. I! he should! give bail to appear at the trial Hungarians htole! a tn-irch, and surprised the Apj'iachicola: Land Company ill offer for I are to be sold will be furnished with hand-bill on .

recently delivered a very long address to i,' orary ]>rot
i I ; which ended in the fortress and! the city he. : New York, on Wednesday, the 1th d iy ot July next.at I
ihe of Vermont at Woodblocks. The ; cur before f a sufficient force regulars can I i I potlase paid. I'
Whigs o'cloi-k, and Ihe about 10W
l.i lollowin days
: Aug. U9 9 30 A M. en
i ; ing occupied by the I IlunfaiiansAlicrc: :hey JOHN BEARD, Register
Mercury, published in that town, says :- I It be placed at ptopcr points. The savage: i The Market. 1 found S .OOO bushels of oats, ,-tOO head of. lots in of the the City Ciiy.of Apalacliicob Many of t these as lots described are on Ihe on Bay the: I! cf Public Lands for the State f Florida. j ji

He,met the clamor which i i', now raised I hell-hounds should have been let alone to lay I There were but sm:ill sales of'OT'fOJf's.. j cattle, and large sores: ; of miscellaneous pro. !I and imp River, and are amen the no-it desirable for resi. i Tallahassee, Aug. IS, 1S49.' 32-Sra ,
above i
against the Whigs! of Vermont as being 111. I waste t and destroy the fairest portions of our Icrd] Twelve bales of i visionshich they carried to the citadel of I d'nreas well purposes of busisi.J.so !. I' 55-Thcfr.lo'.ving! paFers will publish the ,
I ) new crop brought i the Wharvej and Wharf-rights belonging to once week tor three months!! and send their accounts -
c1arerifur having supported Gen. Taylor, fillly : State, and to gorge themselves upon the blood: lie. .' (OJlOfll.or were theso all the trophies of: the Company, in front of the City. to the Register:" .

J and on al point, by' t the general cast of histpeech 1 1i of our helpless women and children. This The Sterct Krpcdit'um.Lieut. !! their victory, for they: captured six uns, and i.1 .Jinn I the un-iold Lots or Tracts of Land on St. I t The papers in Tensacola! Marianna ard Apalachicola Ii

particularly by, the avowal and i I; tout two companies! of Austria iuitit! lit ry priso-I Gl'"r:(;': Sound, or Bay,adjoining the city,described i ; the Savannah Georgian and the Republican: ; _
proof that Gen. TUJlor will approve a bill for i I would and must have been the result but for TOTTKX of the C. S. steamer Ya. ; tiers. Klapka cournanded! : ihe I Hungarian I I Ii on a map "r survey ot I.J5 lots made by' R. B. Ker. I Charleston Conner and Mercury ; Mobile Register I 1
dip admiHtion, and government of the new Territory I thrt prompt and energetic action ol our Exec- I terVitch, which \'s..elhL.s been stationed asa troops, who afterward quilted the city (,I'IaalJ, These l loN vary in size from 3 to 40 acre each, and I I and Advertiser ; Columbus Tines Ga.. and the 1
and the
watch the i are de ira!hl lefor buildm:sites or cultivation. Raleigh Register. 1J
with the \Vimot!! Proviso, and by the avowal u'j ye. on expedition at Round I Island, : and took uj th'-ir abudu in the fortress, where .Uto'very: the unsold Lots at Portland Bluff, on the I J

and proof of the further fact, that the Foibearance longer with these Indians has has sent formal notice to those there astern- : they seized the Vienna rnuiIs.I : Apalachirola! Ri\tT, about 3 miles from the Cit, as II I $20 Reward.

Cabinet of Gen.; Tallor, as well the meml/ert bled, t that they must disperse, under t the penalty described: on the map or survey made by R B. Ken, '
from the daveholding HS from free Slates are ceased to be a virtue, noluiihM-ui'Jing the I of the law, otherwise they, were threaten.ed I Another Floridinn foCalifornia.!/ .-It is eaeh lot biing 750 fet in lensth and 250 fett in Ii Q "O: A.VAV.'AY on the -2jf h of July l.st.3. ne-
i Hon. is to that Florida to have supplies cut oft The much the widt lh. They are eligible for wood.yardaship- :; Jtero woman named MILLY, a smart and !
oj It;'oed to the extension slavery into Cali. Secretary pleased say answer was wita: regret we annouce departure STmills, & 5v. intelligent house servant. The said_ woman
I .c..lisa
f ft'fi' and New ;hi'xic.UrGov.MobelevbypledgiugJiis, 5 h not without blame in this matter." lie that they ou ht to I be unmolested, s' they were \ fir .Vevv York, en wi'e. 1lr; California: onl St. Vincent's Island, lyin? opposite: the ; __ v( hxa -cnr over her tight eye, and on the
unarmed, and had: no intention of fringing the : TUl.'foIJ.t\lSt, Gnccoitv YALC rissht 'ide of her chest TIle above reward will be
--- ---- -- -- --- seems soon indeed to have imbibed the sickly I l Eq.'hf n noulh of the river Apalachirola: containing an area I i
( | private I 1'. '!. They intimated that t they should leave I! we nv. that Mr. Yale's loss as a citizen i is full of t 11.S91 acres, (excepting 10 acre sold,) havm; a citen lor her apprehension and confinement in any '
sentimentality of the North upon this uJ eel. lime Island! I thrifty jjmwih of Live Oak and other trees, and : j jiil so that she inav be obtained. Information re-
credit, has: effected a loan of 0.0OO from the i I as soon as they could procure the : deeply we exprebsthe sentiment ot tIme commaj Addreftthe ,
: I fertile land, suitable to the of Cotton, spfrtu.jher! will be thankfully received.
much growth
South '\' What progress he may have made in another ireans of transportation.The !j nitj with scarce an exception. The Bar of .
e.ter Kail Road lUnk of Chailes- I Stuar, Tobacco, the! ropical Fluit, ard for Garden I subscriber at Tallahassee, Ha. .
lou *Aub which to sustain called! domestic affair, time alone will show. What Abducted Rry.RHY I iliiht:: Florida has been ierived! ; of one of its cultivation.Ttnns: V. POWELL.

\'ohll'er I are the facts and circumstances :''. :',!in'T has 1 been placed in piison for the present mo't able and cflicient members, and the I:, i>f Sal'.-Ten per cent in cah, en t the day I Anj-u t is, ista.:: c-:-tf.
out for the protection of the froiitif The I e\cerdii $JI}, the ,i and New Orleans Picayune
ranks! of ardent though courteousclnin.ion. of site, and on all purcha-e' not ; 53-S. vannah Republican:
political an
Sentinel says, this shows that the Governoris these Indians, and by what authority are they I at own reqtie4. He says tint: h i, I balance in cash in iiO days thereafttr when thedeedswill !.I! will publish the above once a month for four .
here Look fears that ho may meet with personal in. : [ be delivered. On all purchases overllU, a.: morttiij. :and send hills to this office for collection. _
? the
sincere and the at record. By that we find I We learn that Mr. Y. intends to le'oei :
governed by very best I jur). ( credit of one and Ivo years will be given for one- ,I ,
motives.. !! that the General Government was bound to i himself his profession in California, vviiiili- halt of the purchase money, the balance: 10 be paidin : I I Improved McCarthy Gins. A

-- -------- ,i have them removed beyond I Ill borders of our ;:wOnLlaIIg'. :,0-10, UO) A. M. I er he conveyed one of the best private c.h in 2U days is'les-after the -sale, when in will cases be where taken : WARRANTED
Tfiegraji't to the Savannah Ucorglan. I libraries iu the States. We hope he will the ;puicha that iWO J noies: I ;
B.I I i State in the sear 163o or ':30. Did they do The Maiket.Yesterday ; I for the credit portion, paynblem one and two }tars, I I \ \ :.\experience his given tlie: !ub ct.b"r I
One Week Later from the fullest extenthis
Europe. I realize to anticipations : I
it ? Xofier! killing and ontt t thousand bales COTTOX w ith interest 1 at t" per cent ;per annum, contracts -fL a pTl'ert kniwledge cf these Gins, and rej ,.a- t
Arrival or the Caledonia., I murdering our disposed J of mostly! for the English; t I ill I the distant legions of t the Pacific.With .- clolrteJ-d.efh! to be delivered when the pay. i I ted exprrinient has nut only! showed him 01111 the tle-
were uur. I
At 9,30 yesterday we icceived the following I citizens at pleasure for several years, until I intelligence, cultivation antI energy, he mf nit are completed. (ii II al!! purchases 20UO 1 I lecB, but hu. enabled hiir to overcome them. He
ket. icccip's of the new to day amount I II the deed will be delivered 2U f davs
crop and in t
they become completely satiated with will be l found prepared (to do his part in perpetuating upwards believes that they are the beat Roller Gins in the _
dated : our to -I'JT bales. I after the satis
.relpgalbic dllitch Government world, and teils confident that kiev will give
tie fabric: of ord"r which
n.\LTIIORC, Sept. 1, 1549. blood, this same Government, after a fruitless From Texas. I I our cred.t portion, payable in one and two years, with : (action to any one disposed to try them.Owinzto .
i i is now endeavoring! to erect in the interest at G; per cent per annum.
The steamer Caledonia, anivcd at Halifax I attempt and an unheard.of waste of public Accounts fromtuitoniio1 Texas, of the KJihinst. I newJ rriI.'ri! Jacksonville RepublicanThe The whole of Ihis propwty l is unin umbered. It the subscriber increased is compelled labor to and raise expense the price on to them ono

( n Friday lat, viih seven days Jatei iutelli. I I money, and in direct opposition to the, will of state that Gen. BROOKK:, the comm.iuder I 23. is a part of the Forbes' Purchase." belonging to hundred dollars. 3. \. JARROT.

gence from F.urope. The express reachedSt. our people mr.do a conventional of the troops in Texas has, in consequenceoflbe ApalachicMa Land Company. The title is derived Quincy, August t 11,1510. 31-Sw
arrangement I Irom the Spanish Government, confirmed by
lsilluriof island is
Cuba.This 021!
John's to-day. of I the I Indian The
repeated depredations ,
which remain the Supreme CowL 01 the United States,and a Patent
by to A
LIVERPOOL COTTON M KET.-Liverpool, they were among us. called out three Companies of Texan mounted I miles in extreme length, with a width varyingfrom therefor i issued Io the proprietors by the United CHARLES H. BUNTING, I

Aug. 18.-The unsatisfactory. accounts horn I portion of country was assigned them, comprising Rangers. I -- to 11" miles, and covers an area of I II Slates. The usual Trustees deed will be given to the D wJil&ir 1 i

America, [regarding the growing Cotton crop the richest land in our Stale, and cv. The election returns indicate the belief that 37,000 square miles, being about the size of purchasers. his professional services, Io

caused more firmness among holders/ and I cry protection was given them. Our people: BELL will hire chosen Governor.! I the State of Maine. It contains a population! =o.Maps 35 Wall may be street had,at or the they Office will of be the forwarded Company.by I OFFERS Florida life will attend tlJe.ifizen with despatch 1 !

prices further advance, with large bales.- peaceably' submitted, and from that time have Capt. VIACH'S: Company, in the State of I at the present lime of 1 1,400,000 ; of which mail upon application to the sub .cribeis at said office j to any calls that may be made upon him. ami

OiTicial quotations arc )Fair Upland :!d. Fair I Chiliuah ja, is xaid to be engaged by Govern.ment I about 610000 are whites, 190.000 are lice from whom may be obtained any further information perform, with care ami skill, alt operations'entrust i .
treated these savages: with every kindness and I IaUcntoll. and ) slaves. Its imports in that be desired. ed to him. his ;prices will be as moderate and liberal
Mobile, 5d. Fair Oileans $d.Farahle I to protect the country against: the In. colo-ed, 000,000 may / His residence '
: have been to'' wereW.l3i,119: : 1 of which $7,049,073 New York, April 27, 1349. aj they tan tie made consistently.
accounts were received of the 'l'hey permitted dian?. 1817 I. at present is Quincy.whele coomun' 'ti r.'I' *

gr>od bufeiifss in the tnanufactuiing districts.The roam beyond their, limits at pleasure, and have were from the United Stales. Its imports 53- The above sale is postponed to the tenth of will be received by him,and immediately attended to:
FATJIEK MATIICVV .\ ui-Thie Bos. the 9,90S,770 of October next, at the same hour and place. 'I'
period were ,
same: I
Money was cay. been hospitably received and fed bv the nETlRE'fCES: :
ton Transcript K.iysthat Garrison, of the Lib. to the United 'tates. JOS. DELAFIELD ? 'I ,
which $12,307,670 were
i [Signed, ] CURTIS.Trustees.. I linn CHARLES. DOWNING, Tallahassee.
whites on every occasion, and still we are erator, has: opened the Imrt.hoe'i! ofthat con. LEWIS J i
the number of arrivals its
III 1847 ports Dr. DAVIDSON !
The ((oh lOW, received Gen. C.
despatch was estc r. t\\
ng Sri 3w
day at 1 45 1 P. M. dated. now told that the people of Florida are not cern, and fired a broadside at Father Mat hew. : was :37.10, and the number of clearances Sept., IS 13, Col. W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. L. SHIELDS ;

without blame The lion. Secretary must The offence oflhe I latter is that he declined the I 3.J 10. Its' principal harbors are the finest in Notice.lix It E GIBSON }:iq., Rev. J. pHELPS )
ntLTUOUC, Sept. 'J, 1949. invitation of a committee to attend the cele. Mr. THOMAS II. HODGKISS! ,Quinc\. -
this 'm'' I t the wor IJ. The amount American tonnage months after date the undersizned will apply ,
speak enigmatically upon ect. lIe August. II, 13J9. 31--7ca
The Queen's in Ireland contiu- bration of the abolition! of British West India
receptions! employed in the trade with Cuba is .17G,773I I to the Hon Judse of Probate 'for Leon County .:
tied enthusiastic to the close of her vi-it. must certainly mean that we arc not without slavery ; giving as his reason, that he had I tons. It 'has lOo) miles of railroad completed! for letters of di mi, ion from the! Estate of Arthur .

I'1tAcE.-I'he National Assembly has blame for not following the precedent set U'J'' as much as he could do to save men from the I and in successful l operation, and 01 miles in Burnev. sen. deceased. 1. L. SHIELDS P. .. a !oH;, D.

)been closed, ending; in an excited debate. his State similar occasion. slavery oCinternperance without attempting It is well watered JOll\ S. HART, Ex'r.
by own on a course construction. by ci, Ig.t!. :5GmNotice. Drs. SHIELDS & BOND '
I September
Pierre; Bonaparte truck an old member in theoTerthrovv ninny other kind,of slavery.: In
rivers and its surface: in the
We are also told that wl're' numerous except awchted themselves fpgetbe'r: .'
the face, and was immediately arc ted, and fl'taliutionIr.. Garrison gives his versionof of the islands! diversified with HAVING in the
central portion uf Medicine. SoVgery. ." ..
for the removal of these In. c otter theirservictslothe
ill be tried therefore. interview. which he and another Lime
per. mountains. Only two-fifths of its surface are ; BARRELS fresh Thomaston citizen ot QuJ'cyrd the surrorindinp r
ACBTHIA .AM TIC Ih! : rAI.\ !-It IS dians. "'c ask, in what way ? It is well son had} with Father Mat hew, during which cultivated. Of the remaining thrce-fitllis, .1 Kentucky Bagging, country. j

the Government has received information the latter is to have made of the Gunny rfagjin QllincyAu-:7ustl1.1. 1
.aid French known to every frontier settler, and to every reported use now unused one is probably worthless, leav- llemo Hope Salt &.C., :U 1

that Ati-trifi ban asked aM"istance citizen at Tampa flay, that for the last two above expression. in" one-half of its agricultural resources un For sale hyIcNAUGlIT & ORMOND.

from !Havana-the latter will bend a force of ------- developed. The climate is so genial I t that it Newport, Sept. S, 1SW- 35: Fcr Sale at Cost. _
after effoit has been made
effort to
fifty thousand men for the protection of Vienna years t open Murderoiii Jucl.-Tw.o young colored two a of many: ef its produclions. 0 SETTS = ,.1:', JItN!. of 1af ry be4 \

S where great alarm picvaiN.Thcentrace a correspondence with them, and every at. men, named Charles Hanson and Lcvi Smith, yields. It also crops abounds year in materials! for manufacturing Leon Academy. I qu.4utyfh Sf-tt consistince \' Cran1 }
fought a desperate and bloody duel with Male of this In. c'mpkte 5mth 1 10 inch. J n i ihanJ I fZ inthsweenl
of the Hungarians into Raab t tempt has signally failed nnd been treated wiih and its mountains contain r pHE etercUen ol the Department :
knives themselves in ofa purposes, I for the ensuinR sear will commence l I'utman Irons Stirrirj's'and'Gilnd'e: Reds for
is by an upper room stitutt">n
fully confirmed. A battle is repcnicd tu.. silence and contempt, saving and excepting a house in Yeagcr's Court, in the Southern mine of copper, which are wOlf ed to con. on Momhy, the 2'th of September. Charges as I Saw Sash. For further' patf-icalars apply fd
JIUC taken place between, the Russians and I part siderablt I McN.-\t IJT& ORMOND; Nevrport or
which three days-the recent occasion, a short time previous to the of the city, on Friday afternoon. Jealousy advaiitage. herrtof-ire.For any) further infcrmation please- enquire of G. S. I KING Jb CO., St. Mark Milts.? .
Hungarians .
Rui4jans were badly Ill.tt damaged-the murder of Payne at the blare on Pea Creek. about a f female the cause. The parties butch. := -:-: =- :-:::-7-= =- P. R. BAKER, A. ij. Newport, Aujust .1, 1D. 30-4vr
Magyars ,
Jowly leaving their pwiiioii.A Capt. Casey bent an interpreter to see BowLegs ered one another frightfully. Hanson was The ITlass. Charitable mechanics'Association : TdLatiasee. Sept t. -s931( -3w .. -

Setter s'n' rep'-ived iu I'.uis from Viena and endeavor to get him to give him a mortally wounded in the lungs, and died; at through a Committee composed of,Ihe ablest Chemists Notice. Medical Notices,

Pennsylvania Hospital yesterday morn hig.- H. c.! TTIRT, 51 1'. .1 -U CAti H. 'V
staling (hat the AtiMmns about and otheis, anaided m 1S47, a : ,
in the ,
were Chief did then graciously condc. country after date. I will make
The weeks "
talk. Smith in covered with shocking though not his invaluableand : SIX application to W1RT & CALL line nciafetl' tbetnse,. !
; with I I DIPLOMA to Dr. 'rhonasCorbetrlor DRS. %
tperilnj; negolidtioiis Hungarv. Hun.Judge of Probate for Jefferson
his servant to that lie of his of County the practice of Medicine;Ju'rgery, ice., I
scend to tend in say fattl wounds, one ears being nearly highly concentrated Shaker Syrup Sarsaparilla.Kcad : anrt
Tins Administration the
of Estate
French lioops at I Rome{. were! great.ly fur Letters ri( Far- offer their service to the public.
I. ttihatibfit.d, not being to return had no lalk for the Government or its officcr severed. He is in prison.. -Phil.! JV<'r7Aimcrican What They Accorded : 1'lh"rhl''Ue, deceased. JOHN M SMITH. Office over Drug; Store, fontictlto. Florida _
141J1Z1C.Ii I It ;" ;and] t this i i* the effort which the II UII. I ? Extract from the Report of''lie Ju'l.jcs of Chemicals. ,, A 5i.Jt 25, t IS 19. :33 \I1'It- xs: 3 lv* ... .I



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Proclamation Governor. Notice.
by Iho j
A mn by tie n.me of < / gpp b.M rd
Sescioll of 1S19.-30. IS PUBLISHED EVERY HATCRPATl.TERMS vng with a yn t.
months after date, the undersigned executor 111 of lh nan. of A p. T'wniitd. Mid his
Middle Circuit of Florida. next Cour.e of LECTURES will be com SIX ovst o*m to *
THE on the FIRST MONDAY in Notetn- : thela-t will and testament of Lewis Saun- | 'PC fMpanlIa, i bath the> cn Dr. TomOMiuT* 5r ap rilU

Leon County Circuit Court.-In Chancery. of Leon will hi* .kn..mnaicr it o-v1.vr. Otigmnl.
bet and continue until the first of March folleming.FACULTY. derdeceased, late ci-unlt present j rlr. Thu Townww| ,
ANNA MARIA THADFWFLI., rs J\MFS I). TRAPEWELIM THREE POLLRS per annum, if paid final accounts and touchers, to the Hon. Judge' of n<> doctor and never wit, but na., f.-rmcrly a Wt.rkerna njij

Administrator of William Tradewell.I THREE AND A IHI.F, if paid within six month" Leon Probate Court and ask folio discharged. rmJ,,e nai.! ad tb. Site. Ytl he a,utn,,, the title ofr r, f,

GEORGE M. NEWTON, M. D., Professor of Anatomt FOUR DOLLARS, it not paid until I he end of the j car. LEWIS M. SAUN'DF.KS: Executor. I IJnlv21.1Sia. the |.nrj> ,.e nf ninm frudtt t>r wh t be I ii IH.I TbU U l t

appearing; to Ihe Court on the affidavit e-f complainant's and Dean of the Faculty.L. and I lion tk r 3t tr' te Inoitrd. and purchsv. ij.
Election of State Senator. I Solicitor that the e'efendant in the ?- The e fei ins sill be rigidly adhered to, 2'tmNotice. ion* but tUOK.VVIXK
A. IUGS, M. I D Professor oi Phjsiology and OKIG1JT.1L OLD \i'r. J.c.l> T .
: VACANCY havim? Palholosical Anatomy. > rilla, having on it the Od IVs likrne, h.;
A Sulefenator inlheTelltii Senatorial District, the Stale of South Care.lina: It is Grdtitd, That the D. of Chem- paid, unle'oi at the option ol the publishers Sub- > uly eoat g(
MEANS N. Professor nnj
ALEXANDER: inonihs at One irii', his ajniiure senm the runt of arm*.
occasioned the of t the Hon. Joseph said defendant and answer the complainant'sbill -cribers will be received for three
by resipnatie.n appear t-lrv and Pharmacy. 50. order for the Month after date, I shall apply to the Hon. Prncifoi (siptc, IO .S'lSoO( n, ,V gjO Ttrk C.
Ioitar-&ix months 1very f.
Vsttt Oidridt That an election beheld before the first day of 'cemnernc\totl at gl SIX
II. ithtrrly on or
I. P. GARVIN, M. I D., Professor of Therapeutics with ol Probate in ad for the County of Leon,
) in MiJ District on Moudav, the Ci't day ol October erwisp the same may betaken jimronfmso. .Indit and Me-dica. paper out of this ci>unt> must t be pccrmpanitd
next to fill raid ii further Ordtrrd, That tl'i- ne-tire be 1'm'hli.hed in the cash! unless the order comes through any of our for my discharge mom the admini-lralorship npon
vacancy. \ L. D FORD, M. I D., Pio-c-sor e>f the Institutes and authorized in the State.A Ihe goods, chattels, and e-tate of Thomas Knigtt,
Given under mt hand, and the prcat -"me wspaper III int.d in tie MiddleCircuit ot Medicine. regularly agents
Practice of deceased. RODERT BUTLER Adcn'r.March .
Sal nfth* State of Floridaat the Flurida for four months as preveiil-eo'hv, law ,
of Obsfclrics
EVE M I D or
JOSEPH A. 21 ISll>. 12-Gin
[SEAL.] Capitol, in the Cut of TaIIahase, THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. and Diseases of Women and Children. P V E R TI S E M n X T S

thi* temrlh day of Auut. A I.). July 1Mb, IfiJl*. PAUL F. EVE, M. D Professor of the Punciples Will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per squire

1519,a nd of A me nc n Independence A trnecopv. Attest : D. McRFNY, Clink. and Practice ol Sur erv. of twelve lines for the first t, and filly cents for each Notice. 4\ -

the7Hh3ear. July 21 P'192S By J. B. KEEN, I). C. II. F.'CAMPBELL, M. D., 1)crnonstratorofAnatoIn subsequent i insertion. A reasonable deduction weeks after date I will make application to
V.ROBERT will be made e>n legal notices, c Florida.
Mttit : Governor ol In Middle Judicial Circuit of Florida.Gahtlrn CAMPBELL, M. D., A -Utant Demon I h notices without alteration, by persons hating for letleis ut Administration on the Estate r-t John k .
J. C. W. DOWMNG, Stc.tJfStat.! ;.
strator. regular accounts with the flice. J. deceased. JOHN C. JIcGEHEE.
Royce, i
Aiignsi: 4. IS41. 30 tgcnt.] County.-To rail Term I 1819.L. .
A Course of LecluresuponMeHliczl Jurisprudence All announcements of candidates for office, FIVE May 2119.. 21-6w '

V Rnbcrt Dlinoud, ) Suit bv altachmetit for the will be delivered by Profe-sor GRVIN. The Faculn POLL\K>-invariably in advance. No attention J r '" 1J "

General Orders. r*. > urn, of S7t'.i 'Jo.fezekiah will endc-ator t o make their instruction as de- will be paid to any ordertor announcemnentunlcs i iv
EZECVTIVE 1)EPAnTMr.T, ) Smith. ) fond inI! l ,.OO.}< tfltiii..t rat ive a< possible. accompanied with the ca .h.

Ta7Ialzsee, July 25, 1S19 ) 'T'HE' defendant and all other person* interested, juices lot Graduation a* heretofore. All religious, marriage-, and obituary notices published SIX Month* after date, I shall apply to the Hon.

A N r.LECTlON ii hereby Ordered to be held in J- are hereby notified ol the ,nicTitution? of the abut Board mat be eibtamed at from 13 to $17 per gratuitously ; but editorial notices for pri- e.f Probate t >r the County of Jefferson for

J\. the Fourth Urig'ide ot Florida Militia! on the suit by attachment, and are required to appear and month, erry thing inclu.led. rate benefit, will be charged as advertisements. latteisof dismission as Executor: of Esther Korne- ....

first Monday in Octobernext.at the place* appointel Plead to the declaration fiUd therein \\ ithin the The fees for the entire course of Lectures including gay, late otaid County. elt-cetised.! (OLD) ) DR.) JACOB TOWXSEXD

by law for the election if Ce unty Officer*, for a time prescribed bv* Uw. Dated July |7th, 1S41*. Hospital Ticket, are 1 I .Matriculation Jolt WORK.We JOSHUA TAYLOR, Senr., Executor. ,

JJngidier General to fill thevacanct occasioned bt p.w. win IT, P1fl's Ally. tie-ket, (once onlt ,) -s'l. Practical Anatomt, (to betaken well prcpred to execute Job Work, such March 21 1l9. 121mNotice. i inc i Rti: vi. i:3tgun,: UK THE

the resignation of Gen. ChaileBtrne. July 21 1549- & once only A ?l lU.< are bills cards blanks, pamphlets, &.c.wilh neat- ('ciir.inc Toun>end Sar>aparilla.M .
tobeht-ld! in The friends and alumni eif this institution are invited as ,
Hlectiem isherebt Ordt-re-d
an ne*.* and dcsparch. All work ol tln de crijition, < > Dr 'l'.. ni."nl 11 r."S rflHi.it 70 Rare ni ti' andhantnn*
: the Third Brigad of Florida Militia at thetimcandf to send to the Facu'ly' duitng the course e-l tffa known IH th. ll'THOH a'i.I! VISrnrFRF.k ?{ the

>l jcen above *|peci i lied, foi a Brigadier Gt-niral occa- In Chancery. Lecture, person in indigent circumstances who except for persons hating \eailv, accounts with SIX Month alter date I will apply to the FTon. Wf.V.V*. VRmi.V.H. 7WV.>A.V/> S.IRJir.1RllfII"

iioncd t,v i thereumniition of <*t-n. Samuel nucsell.AUo.an MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN GADS- may require unical operation*, as protinion has t Ihe ollice, mu-t be paid le-r on delaery. ot Probate for.Gadsden County for letter Remit fMxMr he oininrll| tl ti> lan.l it*anit m.-l lie nfVttir: .. kjhich
tl h been "ut ol m-irket. *al
Election is Iterebv Oideiedto beheld intheCavalry DEN CIRCUIT COURT. been made (for their accommodation whilst under oldirr.is-.ion trout the administration of the estate cf inemi>cil l 4) thme;t*..nty sets., hl |ir ve
Regiment oftlie Si'co-id% Brigade,Floiida The Branch of the Bank of the' I real nietit.fly For New York. James II. Gibson, deceased.R.. vnlne It tout renche't the r.ir< nf nnny. v.evrr.heIes*. n
October the order of the Board. E GIBSON, Adn.'r. tin** |'r..ns whi h.tit l>en hesWtt of ifi d.e.i.e,, nnd wntrf
Militia, on (hefiM Monday in iient, at State ot Alabama, Compl't., (turn tie.ilh, j>r .rl mnrA il r\r plice appointed bv law lor the election ot County CR. G. M. NEWTON, Dean. x yE- March 10, ISl' 1umNoticc; HEALING POWER.

OJRcer: to fill ihe vacancv occasioned by the re igmtimi flenjarnin . 3iIw yEffir Knnwinr. mint *r.sr* agu. thin hh.i. by hi* thill. Klenr*

of Col. Sam M-l S i enctr.OsSceri den Ceiuntj and ir-oflitio adini Dill to forcolr i& \ >\ intl r\l mtnknU vrlipn the iwnns wnnU I fur,
cotnmaiflmi Bi ijr:idw., Rcpmentu, Hattal- on the Estate of Jdtnet himetarMortgage.. Medical Department Jsa=i34I OIX months after date, I shall apply to the He>n.O nuheil nd.antiee b> bnni it n uiio nnivrrs.il nnt>rp, wtiei ale meitimnhlo*

ion, and Compat i c, within tl.is State, are hereby in, de>c\i John F. Innemnty. I Of)! Hainpdfii[ Mdnry rollrff, liirbinsnil, \ a.rPHE rphlf; UErLAR(; I LINE OF P\( KETS between Judge of probate for the county ot Jefferson, tar virtues nonld be knuwn :aii.lUM

reqnired to carry into efiect this Order within the William P I nnei ant t Santiago l twelfth annual coutsc of Lecture1* in tl.i-) .I_ New Yoik and St Maik- aid NVtvporl will letters di-tmissfjit a* administratrix de beints non the IIRI.nirtn%.*!?nr* uniJu-il f.vbqr.Ji.i.ai. "I: i PkP.R.IT1OYr

tiu4iti of their rcpectiec.'mmandt. Inneras, Lfw !is W. Minor and .L inslitutiem will I I cmnmenceon Momi!: ,O-tii! < i i22d c.trirnene(. running at t the openitiir of>l the fill trade, with the will annexed, ol Jeremiah Johnson late oi r niantiftctnreil 01 t* I trjBit
v. D. MO as tl u fuuoi)

Juy2S) 114. 21'Hv IT BEING MADE TO APPEAR bt affidavit filed Brig \RCALLA, Jei.-eltn Master, Jefferson County, April "th, I39. J t inrajoMe; of nceenpntiim' or n.I'nhk .
WentineI. Republican, Nc s, and Ocala) Ateu R. L. RO1IANNAN, M I D., Profe-sor Obstetrics yotflg S. I' I,8 n emf,. it improves wIh ae. aait
J in this cause, that John F. Inneraiity tesielt-s be- OCt Li.A, Trim, do. never rh..n2e' but f>r the lietwr: be Mn'e it ;< |i.retrrd o a icxtijit *-
will the above unl il 1 I be 1 si i4| I >ctober and send anel li-.i-a-c of UVinen and Children.
copy The haehet knowledge Pant
rer.fic 'vu. '
vond the limit ol thc Slate of| Flotida, to wit. in the LUCliosmer, elo. Notice. pnfKftei by a
billi tu the Office of Secretarv of Slat*. L. W. ChIAMIEtlL\ VNF:, M. I)., ProfessorcfMatcira Chemi-.li:, the Ulrst ,l.e..vrie' rj the art have all been
State of Alabama that William P. do.
; Inneraiity re- Meelica and Therapeutics. SUWANNEE, Claik, (new,) months after date I will apply to the lion.h tfimzh. ni, r<*inNti in the m.>n>if id. s out of t tie Middle Ciicmt e>f Florida, to wit, inhe WACISSA. Perry, do. (new.) SIX 5sazor.t.a.'!! Tlif SiMitjioniti; nmt. itU well known t., mciCcn!
> h |
Executive Pr..K-ssor of and
Department S. MAUPIN, M. I D., Chemistry e>f Probate for Leon county, for Letters of .
City of IVnsacoia, in iie! > Slate ol Florida ; that Thee Bri sare built in the tnt substantial manner I ii.n. ot.iiin m>tny n 'ticic-il properLei. and >me pmperlic
Ta/lahame, July 47rr IS10. 5 Phiat macv. Dismi-Mon from the administration .1 I the e tate ol ayhith iff ;.nert .'t u.ees! v "ml irthfrx which if ri-t-unrd in prel -
is unncnv OUDEIIED, That those peiuna antiaiolnne-rauty fe-side beyond the limits ot the CHARLES BELL GIBBON, M. I)., Professoi of e'tpressly for ti.i- trade, and are commanded by Norborne T. Tat lor, dec. ii. fl. BRADFORD. pnrn it f<>r me pro.lar. frr-antatmm ami tent which to inU -

J- who shall be appointed bv the several Judg.-s of State ot Florida, to v. it, in the Nland of Cuba ; that Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. careful and experienced Caitai ns. Ticight and pas April I II I, JM'i 15 I rur.i the y.tKiii nine if the properties of ftinapanitarc
Lewis \V. Minor and He-l iisf Minor iciide ,.,. thai evaM.nte and ste lost m the
lieteinc radii they eiit.rely
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at the lowest rates. Aenat- % *1)
Prob*t s of this State Ini>p ctor r.f Klection to be CARTER P. JOHNSON, M. I D., Profe sor of Anatomy sage If are aiit creirrved by a *c.sat.fte .
I lie limit ol the State dat ot .
l eld for County Otljcer* on Mondat he first and Pi timlojiv. Notice.SIX bi th' *e eTperienreil in its iiwauf.trtuie M' rei> et.heie .
October nest, thall al act a.* Insnectorfsof ttoe Ek ctioni of Vupmia : // in therffure Ordr. ni as an ehilaton. -
said named defendants doanpeat aid answer the bill JOHN DENHAM.McNAUGHT Months after date, the unelersigned w ill apply uniler heit. arc the er> rmi,til medical frcfrrtut uf then
for Oiieri ett the Florida Militia, ordered to and Praet jet- 'if 1l d ici no. '
| tiled therein within the times limited the Hon. Judge of Probate for Leon County .ii whirh give b> it H' tioe.
r.ttnplaint &. ORMOND
md first Mondat of October M. I D. Demonstrator ef Anatoin .
be held on A. E. PET1COLAS, for letters ot dismission Administrator Any frrwn tin twit or M M Ire rr.oI nil they ert a dark errtnttdHqaiil.
to tintu pcctite-lt. that i is to -the said John Ne a< of the
say port. vthirh is more fs'iit
\V. D. :MUSELEY, Governor. tin- r.-lorirp muter m the rtwt than
July 2c 5, I !l9. 2f Iw5CJ F.[ Inneiaritt: LPWIW.. Minor and Heloi! Minor The Museum) Apparatus and illustrations for the Newport, Annnst 12, 15 IS. 4 Estate of John Smith, deceased, late of said county. from an> thin: ei-m .thcm the,, triin thu aniapid or v ptdliqiij.
within the period eif four months from thed.iteo P.\TRICK SMITH 1, Administrator. sweeten sIa: "iir ,jsHt. e nn.l then eill it "SAR-
: All the papers in the State w ill copy ibis or- domonsttateir departments hate recently recvive-d SAPRII.LKVTRALT or SiULT." Bat such is not thtartirl
March 10 ISV 1JmNotice.( (
tlie fir-t of ihi i older the said William ,
dr till 11 October,and send billito t he Ollice ol the publication t ; main additions and are now very complete. The 'I'll I WAKULI.A: hOTEL: kmwn at the
I P. lunerarity withmthr t pcnod of two months ; and GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSAR3APAR1LLA.
Secret aiv of StaleProclamation facihtie-, for Practical Anatomy are un urpa<> nl -
the said Santiago I Innoraiitt; within I the period oli\ AT NEWPORT SPRINGS, FLA.MrMlIlS .
The Clinical advantages are fulty cotnniensorate-:
by the Governor. month*, or in default there-ol the said lull I I of complaint with I the wants e.f I lie -tude-nt, and tpe ciallv tdiua- hoTEL has been completed, and j O1X month after date the undersigned, aclminisO I Th I'rtMit'. prepatrt..t.ire lint rrnmvi'ii that all the r\rn inert thinz|ir |
mat be taken a conlSMd bt the t-aid
at and after the spveial periods limited lo Clinical Lecture are* -iive-n *wice- a wci-k in the ( >e>oit I for the apinoachmg season.It I The-us, late ol Leon County, deceased, will present pnriirlr .f nu-ilir.i; virtue i< curtd in n pure and cnnrentrHtrd

them peclivdt in thi* order. tidrdthat iltisitd.r i C.lle--relntirmait (wbirli is i in immediate contiirui-- I t is not deemed wctary t lo speak ol I Ihe advantage I his accounts and toucherj to the lion. Court of Probate form ; atid thus it is reniirreii. mcnpahle nl lixinf ary of in Tillable

be published once- we-e-k for I the teim of |four i tt with the Ceille-ne,) and etnce a wt-i'k in the Rich- derived fiom the waters and bathing bv thos who for Leon County, and a-k for a final settlement limit atn4{lowerlnl i healtn.ii'Tt: pri.pcrIa.; m the< i'rrparvd tat ihis w.ij it is nuuie tb
moTitls, and at the oxpnation eif liii- said toiin of( | niond Alms I House.I In these i inslilutioiH i t t the dis- hate lie-iiie'iited( the si'| 'jugs. The \irtue'> of the and discharge from his said aiiniinisf ration.SIM Cure of innumerable diseases.

four tnonlbs, then coi.tnuou ly iice n month for easl ccurriim in Stit her ii practice are mcl with, water are well known,, and requite no adulation. CON THEUS. I henry the re;< "n \vhMI hir roiniiK-nflttinns nn CVeTp- Min

the t per published and I Ihe ftude nt hathemot r-lijtble oppoitiiniti[ ) s I Inaeldition to t the furrier attractions I an Ice I Hotue May 19, i.l9. 20 I I womf itt "fixnr< in lti by.- rnre nice,ol niuiivn. nna chiiilrm.Ve find it do.eg

Klectioii of "-late senator.A within the limits of the- Middle Circuit of lbs ida. eit l.i-cominjf acejuainte-d with the-ir t ttpe< and treat will be we-ll filled with I tin- tie-li alale article, and a.liiuit l .l.VPTIO.Y MSPfPSM. and l.lfF.R COM-

VACANCY hatim Mcuued HI the Office ol THOMAS BALT2KLL, nient- The fi<><|Ue-ncy lA Surgical ope-iations before t (; Fehruaty 1K', A I). 1 1J'J. JueJge. ti-ttois will receive eerallenttou al- (Tlt't.VR1.. all rm.VHH'1 KKl'PTir.VS, PiMPl.t.Ht. -
reeled and <
State Senator in the Sixteenth Senatorial District I lie class lojje-thei with t lie fae-ililies l"r \titnt-'siii t tI j
C. I H.'DuPoMSeil. ix months after elate the nnelersisrtrd, onenf the I . occasioned lit tlituM i.Hlion <.f tlu I Hun (lot Cotupl't.A ol Sot renders I this ollh cul.ile-eJto make t their .tiy at the Si ir. plt-asant.
; i I he I treat men! gicul ea-e one 13 administrators ol thee-iateol William Theus, IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.

Erasmai D. Tract : Jr n litrrby Ordtrnl, That n true copy : I lust H-hoe U of| Pt .itt ie.tl Suriti ry. Newport, M. t' l I", 1s I1'm' ') :; late eif Loija rtoraty, if ct-ast'l, will present his accounts I It pn-w-w*a mirrli'iu! eilc'tM in all k..mplaant( ,anvin;fmr
_ _
I. R. HARRIS! rink (Gsd de> Circuit Court.By
n [*Jtpr.tnm from .ifultty uf tkr Pt.imark. In.ni
election be held in said Di-tiicl on Mndsv,1bcfirft! CiI.nurs-MatrktIIatoIt! .>, Tickets of the Pro- anti vouchers tei t the I lion. Court tf Probate of unequal eircaLvtmn.
il tetrranattitn f.fI.t.HNh| | the
R. C. I.IsTr.R Ch-ik. tn Iwn4. of the
aliilniiin heart
Deptilj i |
day ol October next, to (fill s.ud tacanct.GitnH March 3 1 1S49. < fos-ors !*
vudtrmy hand and the gruil seal of )-Orn Fee >?>'>. Board, including fiitt I, lisfli', and ser \\ & Retail ('irorcry & Pros 1iO1l Dealer! from his said admir.i-trarton. has not lit ru.ittl m iaUt and (vff/lj ard promote easy exp -

(lie State of Fl'ttidi.at I lie Capitol in vants' atlendan c, mav bo nhtdir.cd; at .?-Jj to l SILICON THEUS. ctumtinn nn.l L'rnilurrs) nr >ti .o, reUung sVicture of the

lKt-3 Itt) Cit e, thmtTilh div; State of Florida.-Midflle Circuit. per week. S. MAUPIN, M D., TALLAIIASSKK I TLOKIDA.Knr.PSconstai.tl ( I May 11>, 1SIO. 20Administrator's luni But: in throat n.thant anal u every mr other*lienrmore pnrt. nmiifeitl!> seen and ac

ol 1 Julv A. D.) IM'i, and of American Saiah .Whiting, ) In Chancery in Ihe Circuit Dean ol the Fatuity.Aujrusl > on hand, and fir sale at the know irJ 'eii than in all kin
1 Indepcnckdc. the 711h jear.WILLAM r*. > Com I for Wakulla Count,on IS, ISl'i.: 32--hv : 1 | : \ |lair( ca-hall I tl he art ides inj Notice. FEMALE COt PLAINTS.
i). MOSELEY tt w ork, ,tnnaler' in ct.e. of *ar.1Ps nr (Flitrt. mhagif
Hancis 1 H.$ Whi'irg. ) Bill filed.IT j this hinecat hu-incvi. I'loursol le't t qualitiesSugar; .
the Humh filntrtirtm .
Supjtrr t>it or ViW .1J.ases. lrrtylr-
Attest : Cocfrnnr of yiviida. to the sjti.faclion of the Court that University oi Hiouisiana.rPJJE t Cut'ee, Teas, It.tcota Hams, S'eiapCandles, Nuts, Kai SIX month after elate I shc-11 present my accounts tty nf the iiifintniil |K-rni.K. mil thr .ike nniiis a as etfectiml
C. IV. DitvxiNG State.Jttly2S. appearins t I voucher and apply t to I the I Hon. J tide of f fPreibate itli!
fterrttnrytif 1 19.'Zl.( slitS, Laid, Whi>kev amid all other articles usually in nirmi' l the forni' of KiJmry lrirn.4\.
the Defendant, Fiancih B. Whituc. re.jdcs in :iI 11)IC.tI. zii'.tIrr1: mcr-c1NI: : OF
1M9. 29-!0w Jfiund in similar establishments. All persons want'ing for Gac'sden County for final settlement By reinmin; obstrurtiont. .tinl rejuiatmi ittf fntmyv\
Te\asone ol the Stales of the United Slale -and out tem it Ki\e* lone and stren'lh P the wh.Je and thirfcnres
> body
Jacksonville Le-rtures in this Institution will commence anddicharzctroin the administration the estate
03Sentinel.. Republican and News, to purchase any of the abo\e articles, are res- M dtnn ofrwrion
of thin State, so I that oidiu.irv p1 octs- cannot l be served ._I. !MONDAY( 1.2th November, and continue of Archibald Black thee. and also settlement and
\vili copy till 1st Ootuhcr.atid seud bill to the 01b on !>.-clfnllinvittd to call and price them before huting ; a (li f>nso* ami debility,
him It i l/erifj-. l crtd and onlnfd
lice of Secret irv ol State.PROCLAMATION upon : < < four months. eNewhere. final elischar ea* Aehnmisfrator e>n I Ihe dower allotted and thin prevents or n-iipr ., riirstu ot other iniladiM.ifiniti .

That a hi-aunz of the fact* chargt-d in s.il l hill be FACULTY. SI ore lonneilv occupied by L. &. I II.! Greenberg and set apart to Mariret Clack, dec, as widow a, irrttatie ..Viwr'w. *J. it**' leace. Sxootunf
had on the first Monday in September next at New tpr/rptir Fit*. t unrui'iuni. i.i\
ol said Archibald Black eiec. late cf said ( .
Portin the coun'x of Wakullai-t t which tune aid Thorny and Practice, J\MKS JOM-S, M D.Sure'rt f> Ca,., corner ol Monroe and JeCron strect-j. ounfy.E. It clirtn'es the bliMNl excite the li\ert heilthy aftion. time*

defendant and AVRR >:v SIONI, M I). Mat 1-2, 1ST. 19.Croceries. :. S. SHEPARD.Aelmr. tie i l.mnrh. tnd gi\r, g.ssl! dismum relieves the bowels ot
plod to and
or .
may apiic.tr answer April 7lh, 1MO. 14 torpor| mil con-tipiitiim. alliiiirtiiiniiton. punfie the skin.eiiinl. .
defend against said bill .quI it fuilfin vulrrcil, Chemistry, J. L. RIIUUL, M. D. .
That a copy of I this order he pitMicheo1! i in some one O'istetrtc and elspn! r s ol f A. II. -. &c. Just Received { .rjit thy ah over the UMV! mil it.e m'ms.blr | rspiration, rel.iiej -
/ t all tnrinrif mil ,
; tifiiini %ll i and
iin utMlrnctto ,
of the newspapers printed in this Ciicuil once a Uoine-n and Cuiidieti. ) 1 7 BAGS RIO Cot. iiE, tiiig.mtt'i the coLa,., ncrvi, 9trin.. Is not this then
week, fur at leapt three months. Anatomy, A. J. WKDDFXBCRX, M. D.M < Ait. St. Domingo A IT LEWIS 5c AMES' Drn- Store, a fresh supply The medicine need
MeOica and Thcra- > New and Valuable Mftlicines- which 5011 prc-rminrnilr:
THOMAS BALT/TLL uteri 5 do. White Jata da. among i
Judge. f. NOrT, M. ,1). But rm ;mol time things I be -ml .4:?. P T..wn'euJi iai-
Election of State Senators. Kewpott.May t I 12. ISJ-A peutic, 3Physiolo 2 do. I5rew eo. do. are I the followin : nor .ri i :.r 'I hf yotin: mxn*' I.IIIIK! iint lo he

A true copj": GIX L. BR: YA NT, Clt rk. ;:}' and Pathology, Tnos. I HU.NT I JI. I D, 2 Hbls. crushed Sugar, DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RETOKATIVE ?- COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR-S
VACANCY hat me occulted in the office cf Demonstrator) ol ) rfti'i.- or one ;it: AM KMJT. lhx t the t.NCAPABLE
.av as
A June
f l'I9. 22 2 lioxes Loat do. BITTERS
y R LEMOA.NIER. M. ]1).
Slate Senator in t the eighth naloiii.l District, tat Hfc'I EUiOKATION. art
i\flatAnV, ) G ishen Uutter Iox-) and Pine Designed for and tcill ,. Liver Complaint
Apple C.hee*' Supep cur Uy-pepsia, NEVEK,:
by the death ol I Hon. Jau.es H. T. Lontnrr, and in SPOILS.
Florida. Clinical instructions will be given daily by the
the thirteenth Senatorial, district bt the U'Mvna- State of --Monrcc County. p Family I'lonr, Cider, anti White Wine Vinen Pile- orofula, Jaundice-and all kindred while the other !>>Lrf ; nerof!. ftrmentinf.n4 Nrvrnf rffculte
PrnlVsfrs in Ihe e-xtensite wards of the Chants Coelli h I Hen ing- Chocolate Caiiehes disease (fror.i disordered stomach im- containing u mti tr the iir."i
SjUCe-s ,
Smith Mowry, ) renititig a or >t nMruts 5<> nd lirfnnt explir
lion ol g Hon. J. 1 Sandcixon, aIM, in the filtt-ciith
JloKtil.il and in the Ampithe-iitre. d.nif iml tlimajini! >;her ginuls' Mast this horrible
| PickleAlmonds Figs Table Salt i.c. fcc.Jlccened tti tcof blood.DR. fbi roam
Senatorial ltnri! I IM the retiiiznatu n) of II* n. Louis e* The facilities oflbre-d fur the study of Practical pound be poai..n..os tu the s>9t mT- Iffiat' put actd nt. a
i hi Sutvinnee and for -ale btMcXAUGIIT HULL'S WORM LOZENGES.
Aldrich : It itlurtly OrJtrttl, That anoU-dinn be .oph Law ton. ) per ng tystrm already disrnrJ vihac\d' What canev D\i|'e|sia but
"I T appealing to me by affidavit thai Law ton Anatomt' and operative Surge-iy, are tery great- &, OR.MOND. The-safest, most efiectH.il, and pleasant preparation acid 1 I'D we not :til fcn held Joseph
in said district* on Monday, the (fiifct day of October ,
subjects being furnished fieeof charge. March HI !II'! lietore the fur the eradication of t% h:it mischief- priHtiirrs tl.itncnce.! heorthnrn. paie*
J Newport, public, WORMS
next, to All said vacancies. defendant i in I the lull I I filed j in,i f the annecau-e! resides tat-on of the he-irt. li\er roitiiuanit.; a1.rrhtat. d> entery. colic.

Given under niv hand, and the K-alof out (,1 l I the State of Ilot ida, and in Europe : TERMS : Children or Aiiiilts.! and c rruj;'tion ot the blood U bnt u rrolula but an aciithnnM

the Stale of Fbi ida, at the Capitol JlinOnltnJ, That said dt-fenddi.l appear and answer Ticket of each Professor, fclS 00 Thomas Jeff. Heir, HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, >r in the NNV| T U'hat prmiures all the humors wbitlihnng

[i-KAt, J in I lie City of Tallaha oe, this20th) I the said hill itliin the lime pret-crihed li\, jaw, Ticke for Practical Anatomy, 10 W ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Will PUF.VE.NT Consumption, and CURE all caes of on. White Eiuptiont Swelliii.of the:*,5km Y
day of June, A. 1). 1S4U. and 73dv othcrw i, e it (shah he taken pin confeso. // M ftirthtr Matriculation lee, 5 <*0 T"\7ILL piactice m the Cite it Court in each Colds. A.thmaS| ittin.ot Blood, Pains in the Side, ) and external .> It in nothing under heiven. but an Scot

car of Ainei ican I ndeprndence.VVT. Onltrui, That a copy ol this cider! he pul li .h- Diploma fee, 30 Lit) % \ (County e-f I the Middle Circ lit t, and i in the Supreme Shortness ot Breath, and all other Pulmonary Com sabobirce.budv. nmre which nr let'sourt... Uh.tt anaL c.tu-es thus spoils KhenmaiMiu all the hut fluids a sonr of the W

i). MOSELEY. ed in some newspaper pinitedin i t the State of Flui ida Nochaigi' for attendance nn t lie Hospital. Court and United States District Court a plaints. arid llu.il. which insinutte* it>ef! between tnejnmts and else

.Attest : A. H. MAStvri.kSec. Satc.'jr once a month lot nine months.JOS GUSTAVUSA. NOTT, M. I)., Iean, Tat I l'n- 1.50- where. irnt tinnn infl.uii: ; the dei.cate tissues upon wh>ebit

The Florida ScntinM, Floiida, Repub'ican, B LANCASTER, New OrleanJuly :30, l Iitt.. J Iw DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS arts? .-;.> of nervuui ili,ei3es. of impant of the blotid. .tdemnccei
Monticello 20
January IMS. 2SW. Well kneiwn as a Safe, Certain and Effectual Cure cirrnlatiuns,, and nearly nil th* ailments which aiJSiet
WestMarch2S. ,
Key I D.
JacknontilleNetv*. Ocala Argus, fjtiblish) In day of 1 2'9. JudgeSo.Cir.I'a.'l'uns. human nniure.iNuvr .

election, and forwaid accounts olIJcccJ Sccicrclalycif F'. Kivfj, S SMiril.
,] [
and allother Fevers. Price
reduced to louse this
A true fiom the minutes Strenty-Jice
Slate.Juue :
copy T USTroeciving from New Yenk, arid New Orleans
Cent Box. sOl lu.\G, FEH3IENTING. ACID "
30. 1S39.EXECUTIVE. 2fi. W. C. MALONF.Y. Clcilc. ,J a full I and choice assortment <''I! (Groeerie-s, ee>tiiilini per
April If. 15 By R. L. HICKS 1). C.. The above Medicines, fresh and genuine are for OF S. P. TOWNSEXD.
: n part of liacem; Ilams.Sieles and SlioulJe-rs, ATTORNEYS AT LAW sale by LEWIS & AMES and >rt ti' won'il KUW bxve it umlrrf...l that Old Ilr. Jacob
DEPARTMENT, ) Mackcral No. 1 and 2, .indies, Soap, Flour, C< Tallahassee,June, 20th, 1S49. ) Middle Circuit---Leon County. Laid, Tobacco, Teas, AlmondCandies, New Orleans MOXTICELLO! FLOR Il). Tallahassee, Fa. of hs interior prepamtion '
For certificates of recommendation, and other information lle .*fn torbul th it we 'h.'uhf) i.'eal in an article which wonltl
C ? ALOllDERS.] Silas F. Entries In Attachment.r Sugar, S-c. which I offer low for cash. July 7, 1SI' 27. concerning the above Medicines future tie., this imMt alI.Ltniyeeahitncet,, f. T. Towns,nd*,arfMf
-lexrtion is Le-ieby ordered lo be held in the retnoved door John W. ,see and whx-h should
AN > Sum hworn lo 8 S(0 Jb-100. Stoic next lo \nrtle' advertisement and bnnj down npon the OI4 r.such a am.niuai'tt.oi4
JIM! Divifion of the Florida Militia, on the fire I Isaac I Hutto. 1 Bond JOHN McDOUGALL.) MEDICAL NOTICC. pamphlets! which may be obtained of iipliints., . ) in 1 of the
Accent and
j. purrhmeis hate
used 5. r.Tow TlMiCOVPOI'M
nsend'j rERAIi-
Monday in October nextat the placet appointed by June 11 i, IS Hi. 23 .
}law lor the election of Count (OiLctr defendant and all otheis: inlereslcel are hereby -- Dr. Charles T. March IS, 1IS.. 35 )
lor a Majoi Darby We i.ih nnder
) J. w it General to command said DIVIMOU, to ill the vacancy notified of (the institution of the above suit, MILLER BROKAW'S S. P. Townaend's article and li'd' Dr. Jacob Tow mend's Sar9H -
) F.PlcTI'uLLvaIintJzaces: the
and required to and plead to the declaration lo public ingcnV Drugs, Medicines 6tc.HAS >nrilU kraven-tfide
oocasioi.cd by the resignation ol Gtn. William appear { | are apart and imjimilelj Juititlar; that
IJailoy. filed therein, within I the t time vteM'rihed !blaw.. Livery &; &ile Stable oral that he has permane ntly located him elt inMonticello thry are nnlike m every p-ii cuUr, having not one singl thing
L Floiida, and will! be found! at all lanes, EDWARD in common.As .
And an election i li hereby rrde-red I lie f-ceoiul I Dhii-ion ot the Florida Militia on 1 the May 20, IS 10. 21 Alt} for Pl'fT. | received, bv the late arrivals, a no pharrnatcrott.t-kni.tve no more of mrdieme e>f dts-
Ml I HE I siihsci/uers hate meite'el up I le> I heir liri>|>r< o| be pud to all professional calls. r\e than any other common, Qocurienlirie. nnprutessHmal maa.whit .
Jirtl: h adaIi lola his
Monday of October next, at the plnrct appoint -- to tock of.>l GENIJLN.F -
Florida I. h buck Sl.iliU-s, and lake this t>\>\ oriunitt: to inform May :, IS IH. ISMMO.V xunraxtfr c.in the public hzive that they nn receiving afenn.ne
cd by law for the election of Oil.cdn for Middle Circuit. : DRUGS) AND MEDICINES all of
County a I liii u I Iru-nds ai.d I thepnMic pniialh of I tlie scientific nifdicini. r numin<; all the virtue of the
Major General to command Mid DiMMon, tn fill the IX CUDSDKX) _ta-: which are ot ;;ooc! iuaittote( for (Juii. artiCle u-ifil m prrpnrint;it. anit whirh are ineat.ahte of chanCes
COURT.Archibald fact BiniK I thankful I loi I the I libc-ial patronage t hey lOWLP. MAKIA.NO D. PAPY. lint night rentier tiniu the AK.NTS of tiiseasenn teaJ ofbontth.
vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Gen James .\l->t>, on hand a general assortment ol the follow- .
McPhattcr Guar-1 have he-re-teilore re-ccited I hey solicit
a continuance TOWLE & PAPY
U. Cooper. dun of Thomas Wilkb, I ATTACHMENT ol I he same, and 1)ldC I Ihems-elte-steifcpare't no : ins, which ate warranted genuine, tiz : Bill wtiiceNeshonld l IP expcrtcil from one w h.i knows noih
Oflicers commandingRrigades, Regiment., Rst tal- : pains Atlornrys and Counsellors! nl Law I Houck's Panecea, Rowan.Ps Improved Tonic :Miv- in!: coinpiriti\el\ HUM!.cine or d.seise ft reijinre a pemm
CR. f Sum for I the acce'inmeidation' ot hose who ,
s'\ori> lo Ii). f mat ol SOIIIH
$ ptroTiiseI rtwrieiee| In rook andr decent
iona and Coinpanii wilhin the Stateare hereby lequiredfocatry tore, Wistar'n Balsam of Wild Cherry, Brandreth's e tip even a romtiion
John Johnson. j Tlie i i Stables an- situated on Washinte: into e1el! thin order within the litu. HAVING Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic
il T] HE fendanl and all ot hers intere t eel will lake Square, in t the most convenient pait t eif t the-tottn.-and : will i attend I the several Courts eif t the Camphor, uftrlure mrd.rine.: desisneil t..r
of theirrefipeciitc cotnmands and make Worn Certi h amid [Dinner WKAK
returns Lozenges
Bonpland'sCelebrated AXD
: note of t Ihe commencement of t his suit! by attachment for comfoit t and convenience, I they cannot be sur Mieldle' Circuit ol 1 le-rida, and itt the Di-tnc' Court sh'nld FSFFKBl-KD STSTIM9: ,
according to law. Fev eraiul Agut. Remedy, Lncenia Cordial. inXv well the intilie.il f the belt
pruwrt.es i> plants.
!, and and to Ihedet laration Stables i the Southern eif the U. S Tallahas-ec. |
pkad pa-scd bt
at All business
%v. D. MOSELEY.C3 : appear fi any in countit.u entrusted Thompson's E <> Water, McMunnV Elixir of yi.innrr if sc'-inn? and conrentrnting their henlmf virtues.
led in Ihu ease J j.! i E.: GIBSON, November IS ISIs*. IS to their care will lece-ite piompl attent ion. > Opium, ala..art titena,,r k.s-ve.leof: the tnrious,diseases which affect
All the papers in the State publish until day Sjruls S.irsapanlla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, the hun an < U'in. nn: h-\v ;
May !19, JSI'J 20 Ally, ol PlfT. CTJOllice in the Capitol. > tat nit-i.t( remedies to these diseases
elVleClion. Tyler's ditto, Gordon's Billions and Anti-Dvspeplic It is tit nrreit iriiuls upon 'lie unfortunate ti pour balm into
June 30, 1949. 20. LEWIS &, AMES, Fe binary 17, 151'J. 7 Pills, Beckwilh's Anti-Dvspeptic Pills, Peters andStiencer's woumlfil hiimanitv. to kinillu t...,-- in the ilespairio b.isini. to
ICE restore heilth; tout bluoui. and .. anJ bn-
: ICE : & r ntn the crushed
IUAI.IKS: : IN Pills and i js for S. P.
Agent Townseml's
ken and lobinish .
infirmity that 0! !) IK.\fllUTOW.\9END
THE GALPIN HOUSE.NEWNANSVILLK A REGULAR supply) of this desirable art kit will DKUfiS) Mr.IILMNiS) : PAINTS. OILS, W, GAITHER BURGESS & Cil, celebrated Sarsaparilln in quart bottles, at $1 per has tfULGIIT anJ FOI;M> the upi >rtunily anrf means to bring

be 'kept at the Rail i I Road Depeil in I Ihe Coil i se Toilet Artirles if bottle. Also, superior Lemon Svrup, prepared from
I'trfuinery Window Class ncceivii Forwardiim & Coiiimissioii G
) rnntl Universal
'S I'LORIDA. ot next week. 'J'liose wishing the article will pure Citric or Lemon Arid, far preferable for the Conceit ratedwithin

THE public are inlormdlhat the GAI.nv .- please procuie their 1'iekets at t Ihe Diug Stoiuol E. I'AINTKHK1 imt'SlllS AND COLORS, sick or ordinary use than that usually sold, London I{ta In e*1 y
< rmcn.ttd li) the k.H, it that
Apothecaries' ltssVii <>, A.T.TMIKabnecoiManlIy %%ledsii of alt wh' need ,
HOUSE"is now opmed lor the teceptiunof BARNARD, JR. Ice will be eUlncitd at Ihe RailRoad I I i: baud Porter, &.c..c. they ui iv learn and It now, by j-nlul experience its
I Hoarders and Travellers, and (the-y may Depol; until I I 7 o'clock, ami in noctitr trill it IfItlivirnl on. fur sale at t the --AlSO---- June 10, ISIS. 47 Traiisceiuleiit I'ow.q tu Heal-

roM assuie-d Ihirewill be no pains spared in making without Tirt. -'x-ihons wishing the article ] Dealers in Western Produce
LEWIS & AMES. frJ. B A R P.ELS PRt\1[ I'ORK Soul wholesale and retail hyTHOMPSON.
them comfortable an far as in the power of the Pro. will iileaselake nut ice of tliin. The price elelueied ,
Tallahassee, Novunbrr 20, IS7.| ]IS G2 Pojdras Street, New Orleans. .\J 5 casks bacon Shoulders ,
at? the SKILLMAX &
prietor todo >>o. Ilia tables ate new and. in first Depot, it 3 cents per Ib. Tickets for ,
Feb. 3 IS 10. G
rate order, and a first rate ostler alwajt in attendance. .r lt)8. will be it*&iieel. rm 50 libl. St. Louis and Western Flour, 102 Nassau street, New York.

A sinai -upplvf Ice will beat E. Barnard's Confectionery and Bakery. 5 Sacks Rio ('titRe,

K. B. Private apart mentnalwajo furnished for ladioH. where a Ticket for 5 lb will piocnie 1 Ibs. Ice. } I N lON would i mloim, IMS frienels! audI ( VO'T: UUTC1IINS Li.juorsof kinds. Ju-t rect-ivcdanel for sale by And by LEWIS I & AMLS,

GEO. M GALPIN, Those wanting Ice in large quantity, for paities, I Ihe public general 1>'. I thai he- has on hand, andis GEO. II. BEST WICK. Agents, Tallahassee.

Newnanstille, June 23, 1 S49.-2 Proprietor.11BLS &.C., will please send I heir ordeis lo Mr. Nash, at ce>nsliiilly mnaiiufacfui lug, CANII-5] } of all kinds, AUCTIONEER Tallahassee, June 12, ISfl' April 21 IS 10. 1G-Ijr

the Depot, I two or thrte days before i it t will I I Lo called such as : TJLL.1JL1NSJFLA.. -- -

C I St. Louis Flour, fort>n I that il may be at hand if possible.Tlifjn PKPPKHMIXT, M.MON: DROPS, REFEJi T OMesrs. Just Received, Blacksmithing.GOOD .

,,1Lj4 20 bblv. Cincinnalti Flour, inripnl ])ot is nt *\' ,1i'oil, w here it can CINNAMON, LEMON CANDV,
II. Bon J. W. Aue-vLK D. C.'WII.-ON PER SCI1R. TALLAHASSEE, a lar-eaml fresh substantial Blackstuithing oC
anti cheap
be tibtnined in WINTIHIJHIKN: : ,
30( Whiskey, any juandu, by appl ling to Mr.DAMH. HA U LflCN DY, .
8000 Ibj.Bacon Sides : LAMI, 110AJ5IIOUNI I. I H. Fi. % .eT. J. I Honso.\ and J. T. Aitcit i.it. .I s'jpplyol sugar-cuied Ham, plain I Hams, Rice, kinds done at the Shop near my Stable, occupieel -
March IU ISI'J.' IUJLnml Flo'ir, Bacon Sides, Lard, &c. All of which wilt be last Miller .
And various others year
Tallahass.ee June tluta
SO JU tba. Shoulders, 2, 18 JO. 22 ainoiif t several I hat are
sold the lowest
bOO Ibs. Hams. For Sale low by useful for colds anl rtittghis; ,atiti i ii pre pared t toinanu- at very rates(;Eo. II.cash only. January 20,1319. 3 A. A. FISHER.
1'or Sil* BEST WICK
S. S. KN1R1IT. S. S. KNJd'HT facture any, and all kiiiels that may be osdertd, both ,
Corner of Monroe JehYrsoii
nut streets. S. S.
July 7th, 1919. 27 tpfiiiltttalc and if tail. .1 HARK U1t.1.c1fI : Knight

I Wholesale; & Rclail Grocer I Froiislon! Dealer, He is also prepared to carry on Making in all its I V. land kneiwn a* the ()rerstnet Tract," 0 May 12, l 1S19. ll WILL continue business at his old stand, where

Notict.SIX TALLAHASSKi:, 1XOUIDA. brandies, from the plain LoiiJ nf fiitml, to ( he most Jt_ mile-a north eifl'allahassfe, near I tie Thomas hopes wail em such ol hisfnendsashave

i Months after dale, I t-hall apply t to the Judge constantly on handandofcrs! for sale exquisite Cakes find Pies. Pailie-s, and the public t ilk toad, adjoining Gov. Branch's plantation, con- Great Bargains--Real Estate. heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, proof

Probate of Le-on County tor a final nellleincnt KEEPS advance on cost, for cash, all the btand-at a can al\\a\she accommodated by giiing timely notice laming 7 or Sot) aeres. Will be sold low, and on 1 VlLL sell my plantation, 01))) acres, one mile int; that all shall hate good articles at fair prices-

t -- of ny accounttan adtniniklratoi of (the J' .tatt-s aid articles in his line. Flours of at the Bakery and Confectionary on Jtir.-i>nnoptoiile t.frcet, satisfactory| terms to one wishing to purcha For I North of TallEhassce, finely watered, more than April 23,18-19. 17

of JCMCTow nuend and Daniel Townsend, de-ceased, > -Siijrar*, CoHees.! Teas, Bacon approved Hams 1'oik cjual.ilie \the\ Jliietion lloomof R. ll.lliny, Esq., lit (flier particulars apply to K liarnard Tallahassee, one hall standing in timber, rich hamm<.ck.at ((5.UO

'I and for a final Ji'chargelrom the adininivtration, oftheseeklates. Soap, Candles, Lard, and all bimilar, aiticUs, -toKether Tallahashee.Dcc. l Ifi, ISIS. 22 or DANIEL LAD! New Port. per acre. Also, my house and lots in Tallahassee, Pure Sulphate of Quinine.

All personniiiltice( >d will take notice with Flints, I IiUb i Potatoe-s, Onions, Nuts- and Summer Jan. 13, 1S-I9. 2 tf for fl,5)O. TVriiM-One third Cashthe balance in : subscribers have on hand two hundred and

accordingly. Raisinw, FIRS, Almonds, and) all other at I ide.usually, Spring Clothing. two eiual annual installments, horn 1st January, THE ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which the

BENJAMIN MANNING, Adm'r. found in nimilar CMtahlishmenls. ipIAltK & STII.L31AN are now receiving a Liverpool Salt. 1550. JOHN P. DuVAL. have obtained direct from the manufacturers, ana

t:> Jamen T. Archer Csq., is my Agent lo attend Store next door above G. II. Meginnish, on Mon H..1 small, but select uhsoiimrnt ol SI'IMNG AND 1) F.CEIVED per Schooner Lucy Blake, COO Sacks Bel Air, May 5, IS 19. IS they will warrant it to be a superior arlicle.We .

In all natfrra connected with the adtniiii.tiation of roe si reel.Apiil2. SUMWT.R! CLOTHING, logilher with a few arli- 1i. Liverpool Salt. For bale by have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Meui*

thpipehtate* B. M. >. 1MO. J7 Iv des, SIH h) asDrills JOHN DENIIAM. Tin Manufactory. cines by recent arnva and are prepared to etecafe
4 July 2S, 1J10.! 20 .m Drap d'Htc, Newport, 3Isl March 1819.Pickled order for articles in our line, at wholesale ron metal .

Tobaccos.A Caubmeretlet, Marsclllca, .. c. HAVING encased additional workmen, we are the flaect arcoMmodatmg lerras.Ve .

JUST received from New Orleans, NefP* Snzar Suitable lo manufacture and to be disposed offer Mullet. lo fill all orders in our line in a \ have also a few account yet due f fi> us 'lot I ltie

Sides and Shoulders, (a new article,) Sugar FULL supply manufactured Tobaccos,jutl received CASH and CASH ONLYat moderate profit and RARKF.LS No. 1 PICKLF.D MUI.LHT ofthe prompt anal satisfactory manner. All orders ftom year J 1:117.: They cenerally in srnaIham0''
Cured Hams 30 bbls. Flour, &,c. For *ale by and for sale bvMcNAUGHT \\otild invite ; ) the country will receive immediate attention. A would 50
cordially tlieir old friends atid cugloin- '.1 first catch, anti in fine order. but if the whole could be paid ,hortlv.it I
liberal discount
JOHN McDOUGALL. & ORMOND. eta lo call and pnirha For sale low by McNAUGIlT & OIJMOND.Newpoit given to merchants and e'ealers.T far towardIinuitlatin:: certain sums s bath w''Lwr'

July 7, IS 10. 27 Newpott, March 10, ISJ'J. lo 'I'ahhahiasseeMaichi 17, 1819.' 11 Notcmbe-r 20, ISIS. 1'J June 0, I Sly '3 WHITE&CO LEWIS &- AMES.I .

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