The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
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 22, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
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System ID: UF00079928:00038
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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What De9 that Ian do for mark oft Picaynne, Kip. 1. the -
Ycteag -
lazy -
negro w.i '
trifling, -
insignificant .prt.ai -
no account out on a mat and : : -" -
chap, than in bun ,cUr. go ; rereifuI1r i1c. desigeiJ, 'hy a nuther to -. Vf *4-
JY LItrM xirn.tv. hearing always dran I until a pretended cdThsti [! cornpny,Jf' ,ereet a erery tiling that (
out that expression at everything of which The citizens of the- United States throughout i1Tt1Wer to leading MueS-S vva? HuorteeJ i, lance iaper IMF, wbicb, from the pirfyan4.atni.! I love.r w ine gu to the worthy.intoxicate.: Let. tf% I

VMJCR SEVEN. you may remind him. Wo nqver s-nv or the whole country have linen made tn ro.n: h.n,6r. > ls to ensure the; conu'clion ofi of (be water, cannot fii to succeed, I Factory, and his two President of tbe '
knew a man i in: oar life that ever accomplish, thrill with horror al the narration ofthn cru- trrf111 ?CCa3ed' nwhmcai of becoaso a profitab! investmcnf. whose wraith! T siifliaent, neighbors, on ibe biif! ,
How often heard that an ? J to
:avc wo question ed anything at nil-even If it was only learn cities practised by the agents despotic Gov. Vas sure lo follow, and thus the was peculiarly struck with the taste di?, of alcohol that wuld f purchaie a.sCft-
a1et1, whenever a dandified! foppish, well. ing his A, I 11 J, C, or making rat-traps, who was crnmcnts in Jiurope, m their fellow men, "WitMecrabfej icialmanlcr. played h the buildings and ths omatwnial army, ami! a nary, rlrowri 011. I
dressed young man passed by Nothing, infected when the latter have tet were comnit.! walKs ; the newly planted corrupt a natfyiT, nn with Dos'x C.nrzjt. It is the fore- fallen into their power, shade trees of elm, away tWrsfy. Il the I
nothing, Istbe) invariable reply. Is it possible 1 after combatting for r walnut the beautiful water rmLif,.. toper visits (irranitfivtfJo
runner o UI
everything that is evil liberty. The I4 hLLi and f
base, lowlifc, entznentof "npaYcd tiy hr. ( in v-.v v* v bt 1 VCU cam!"{ live four
Why how does he manag lo moke so line a and 'Whenever indignation which h Jfcfhi age Lie. shrubbery, and the iours illiout n Jrinkb
followed teiIow.cftjj5 great
variety will %
corrupt. we hear was of his aiu abun have
o boy ma worthy to bis
show' ? 0. that is very easily explained : that king use the expression, v.r wish to apply to them, and the regret has been rpecly pronouncud w.ts expcct"d Ii 'n spain exc-qztatur was vithhekl which dance of the Queen among the Flowers-tho it cannot ta carry replenished bottle i IlL bi .pocikCt, f *r, ,

young aim nborn you have just seen dressed his back a good thise of hickory oil-to teach by many, that distance compels them throuhi the r.pre'tatios made by the (:: ., cbitff IJos3. Capitalis's, will, no doiibr, find their if be mttt t drink, or OP In[ ( ranitevilie ; and,
in his fine broadcloth} satin vest and pump him that he shall care.Yhoe.ci to remain quiet spectators instead of joining: ernor. ;ptii1 refusing to interest in looking at the substantial factory 1 tor pfill the cork miserablehe bad bcH
recognihe hi1-i I in
boot, with a stick( dangling between his fin. heard a tuaa of sense, r.r a the votaries of froodoni in the JiloQJlreiicbed appointmttt was ac matter ofcuur his buiUinsr, the pe-rfectiouoftberiwdituery, opernfire boufd a sty corner, lest IIHJ 54)t( {
boy .
geTs, and pporting a gold cjjain, with nil the who wished lo become somebody, USR such an fhlds of Hung iry, against the Imperial tyrant's i d. ont 1hit ti'no oaly l a cotnmercid ftlmu! an'llbo industry and skill of the operatives, in lion for sobriety be cry shame* and bis reputa: ,., -

cae cfu man of fashion, and withal, (did you iiigni cant phrasR. Think you, Boy, that Austria and Ilusfiia. And yet, there exhts gtt [Jllled State has resided there a-- orJij.to f be assured of a large dividend.VhilitI .- vision has ? een emfangered. A wlfgprn; ,
Jiglico ?1)) so ojeessively to liis t ho and \ i: bavquo : mn.tfelj lh Directors -
polito acquaint.nnce at this within Consul datibt their (,
would moment
any thing ever have been achieved by arnmt hailing distance Matan *holds! control the minds would i be pettiafe /fur ninety-nine pcr
more particulaiJy the ladicf/isihe sou of warriors of our har> agency. wr fully xatisfieJ by such years at feast, (which
poets, statesmen, orators and mechunics s a Goicrnmeat, as irrefponsibipin an examirjaiiun, and is ns far us a louse ,
an ncquainttuce of iiiiue, a very worthy wan, if every one bad have iud whenever- power and as unsparing in crueltj as theoppressol.s 4 re hare alreaiYy Ofthe "nc every doubt removed Iti regard to the practi liquor from this can run) tbu exclusion of;
but > oat pjaccfltl
la jnoderale circumstances( ; and it puts he tttti reproved, or advised i in his youth to do of tbe gallant Magyar race. That Ptrrades.ieity him acts South feel
up f o mxhe both end meet-yet you see which (jJuvpMiment is Cuba ulthe Gov ; yet Jo tic| casual visitor lhatil i is Lonorabto
anything cia to the
was calculated t to an appendage; sri n'UieiUrbesp acts 'lbroo patriot to man to be
improve W
las son stalking about with all it! airs of disctnt Oer by the "e and philanthropist who engage! iu labor, and who have
a him ntilutiun and whilst
; be
though requiring labor, I DON'T C *KJ: i representative mon ) *** Conies only in fbe { desires t to learned the
finished Butlhis gentleman of HO independent fortune, i Would! you !lie enjoying he fruits of liberty j i archy. There rlom isbes as cemalete a despotism 'iIatiity! ot.i the domestic hearth. Sill! ?it see the accumulation of wealth- the result of verb : "Seest meaning tltou of ibe wise man's pro*,
J* m the Atolifih industry antI a man
> owing pride of the und as stained the iterprisc H tlilh'gent in
independence if ever annals civilized not ttHmTihlfuloftue business
now frpfather throt7h dark !
you 5 hints | e shall
who j stand
uieJies moral
to raise his i 11 i before
in improvement
sun idisuess of I.e
tip kings
I .tflhtUU nave said \v\wn\ I mini, nii'i HI me general snence.vhicl 1) "-" (I ;(, his fclkny.moathese | not ; shal4,
told : Uhtt ,' stand
were and prevails cetan befoco. .
} rzch lotb- --
because others bavp done iQy aul; ?. .. >. *. .r..>r>.an.. -
ejse; -- ?
so. Instead knew that their with a gagged jiifluet CrerIes eI.J 10 increase tliti fail liirn. I COUift .
an adU flflfr
of rights, privileges and liberties press unscrupulous who were to to be forcibly
putting that young man to a trade of some were about to be taken *iwjy, WE DOX'T Camarilla, and a relentless Captain (Jeneral. oeing: disafcted ti the tenure oftfie swpected h'hnd to the intellectual enjoyments, anti raise the fact in'connection,, imucjeii} wiib a striking
kind, be has indulged him in n disposition for atrocities ala Sji havo by standard of murals witfi the inil'i
CAIU I most hideous been the nce wbicb!
would character
dress : you be cujuying the happiness, are pcipelrated seized at the baths of Juno strike among operatives, will the etampfc of(a
to loujigo to keep good company, and comforts, and convenience*, as purchased unknown to the world. Tho-man fill never aiter hlearl of. It-s him most forcibly, and awaken in bis men exerfeJ: on all comni'mily oftttI labstiacncai
trusting, 1 suppose, that soiae lucky occurrence who is g-nity, or is tu1.ou:; therewith it cci. mind feelings of and oew cmite/sto tue place.,
by wealth, in your present situation, the suspected, of a political stated that boats have respect gratitude tojhe Tlui fruits which
will take pince, or dome situation hecntnrt of I crime, on entering the gloomy of Ha. l : late at night men, wbo, with expansive fefire tuuperaiicti proJucffl: rts -
sannjr legacy your parents, if your fathers prisons to pass ihi, gftard liberality, bate them, ir the
vacated, Ijy either of which his son vanna them w LOUt being bailed ship opened to their State uch beabby looks, the
had iidwlie told by their friend that their rarely quite alive /xrsi'i ilc c;- ; the men therein hvc sources tf industry, deprrfm'nf, ff't cwrrucl
might able' to make a living without work children must coma to poverty if they did not niitptranzii, or leave all hope behind, like' |ili'|| .- St. eiy! rested on their oars, when of ratrral uuprovciaent and happiness t'i large and Lpimies; genteel appearance, the comfort -
lie a of
bas henry ; s, those
now deprive himself cf St. masses of tlietr who bad
device of the Inferno" taLee.iasbeen ciccUfCiI
many ossentiai labor, \Vn DON'T CAHE 1! Would you be in Dante, may well heardto lie plungediatuthu feiiow-meu iu humble cir themselves frae from
necessaries, to practise (he closest ecouo- blessed( with the advantage of a education be fixed ou their doors. A few paiticulars %s- What that substance cumstances. able vice and the slavery cia lauhion-

my ; and his wife, an excellent lady, that if your parents bad saW superior, when admonished bercon have lately reached U3, which we ml missim of these boats, there was in what the dead was The yard of the GramJcviHe Factory ccntatns bjttle. There the Jegradition of t.t! ? \vhikey%.

young man's mother? i is literally wearing out that! you would shall give for the information of our rea 0"I' ai. what the 'intent of the about four acres of ground,. which is nMes were no broils"; no bloody
her ( prow up in ignoranee actors in those ; nn strike
fingers which
if not senito school WE operations are about families j air
Dox'-rC-iKi: 1 ?, whether twenty. rendered
keeping up appearances, to mix with good so We intreal you then Boys-by cur ownpride Few of the citizens of the United States charitable," are imtters 'bat have I five feet wide, nearly graded, and coated with bnj-band or fatber. miserable Ijy a (bunken -
cict3'f such can becalled eo whose dress is by ** are aware of the and explained, and never pulverized! granite. These \vab'aare They met them in their,
own honest teeliu tyranny bordered families
ysur in oppressionwuieh from
the | erhap the all
of the ivat order
latest gloomy ,
fashion With ; and
aud who value a man according name of arc exercised the ,J_ aiisl r .*.V<- r-' beautiful OVftrrr, B e .L-> **: peace ; til1 '. fi i; Iiowvd I- .
by' and v. } >
judicial .wv.ja
your country, by the memory of executive .taju-icr 01 me ) I7 uc t i u uraage, ffieni to the
your !
b.iLIiUiULtIfl cliiircli
the Arbor
to of his I
Did f Vilae and
coal. 'iheru
you no- fathers authorities Cuba. }ernmnt: Ac. At tlieJiien,
never, never use such a vagabond The proceedings, never wilt -he every step tIm ro.ie arid
women iu
expression explained. Hut may their
I ice his bo dress ;
pomposity ? fie is I in and -
as independent) asa let of tbe old Star Chamber tsrn in sera its beanty, Jeineasor,
nabob never it pollute your lips Have untier Charles tbe connection with the arrest end tIe totnJlisappearanee perfuming the air with genfiemeit and ladien 1 \venv)
-does not stu to respect seniority 1 more independence, mere spirit, more solid First, of England, were mild and humane in of t th unfortunate Creoles- its fragranc?. I was informed that let* tbou- to appreciate the lesson, tor they have learned,:

any more than a.boy wouM a common toy. sense, more respect for yourself than ever to comparison with ihosa of tbe Spanish colon- alf-'e! alluded to, they are susceptible of sand rose cutting* were planted last winter, Worth imkes : .
He i is an th
not aihamed to face any one, and expresses be heard saying-rin mutter what may occur, al courts. Tbe laws relative lo the estates of inrpretation calculated to freeze tbe many of which arc now in bloom, intended to Tbe rest irf i iJt b'it leather mat, the want of it ll> .

his opinion in as arbitrary a manner -Wutt, I DON'T CAKE f fF'leiaingtoti deceased foreigners are most mutinous. If a b'U' of their friend and immediate telatioas.very supply the pirdens of tbe operatives. The WLere ?nti! pruutlla." ,-- -
as the Sultan of Morocco. kits companions foreigner dies in Cuba Ulurjfjerst.imi that grass plats aie kept mowed f lberara no counter; iiifluencs tIu--
FJa., 1940.MATRIMONY. intestate, bis properly the Island of Cuba las aiul neatly trim wed: of
:are bird of the same feather, puffed with is seized bej in what med ; and a fountain is inducing- ;i tt lay a'tiuV.lbe1 I
order i
up by of tbe Judge of the dead/' is called the sfate playing tu the yard as alcohol is je oi't
vanity, swelled with self-conceit ofsirgr, or | long the ea y. In Charleston ,
a sense .-TO YOCKG WOMEN.v and the costs are soon made lo amount to a utr martial law fur about as tcbiuery is at work. The bou laboring whilst weartr-
of their! own importance. Some, perhaps the j -Ikct twenty-five years 1 ses in the vicinity of tbe to iu/uce( a man to give the
sum equivalent to the proceeds of the e6ii; e, unparrailed in tbe bistoty of a civil t factory are built on there art dozens up buttle*
greater part of them, itittke a pretence to MATIIEW CAXXV.Sonio Tim the heirs arc cheated out of their rigl.ts. izc )iation. streets regularly laid out. Tbe Swiss 'cualiee ready t LukE the j I'uion L.
cottages*, L ft hi
JMMgc in a M. D.! or Lawyer's 0fHc ,thnnib.utf a* they are called, Ij)5.! jN'orsu in ( __. I ,
In cases where a will has been nnd'% the R toregoinT, arc a few of-lfae facts wliieft am neat, commodious, a rut''r.fill influi'ltCL'S rarnlevit!! : ,
I .tho -
hail : rn ,
Jfanicr ono said *
occasionally :t or a Black ihmr. that inattiniony is beird fare Kale better. naree eJiciied $ iuiiiaruerjf.il buildings, painted .T <; at va>rt to saver but .
Tuey have v
contempt) and pas; by with scorn the hows! with nie it is nly: an superstitions tent
industrious\ mechanic clad! ] taut one,to Le s1.Jcs but o veracity. cottage has temperance lecture -_ _
or rough farxit'r ly one I
amoii many laws a.s the tiiiluwing shn-iM exist garden, ;whwe ilowers and twenty-four persons,
,., so near thistefLiJ1c.
.tn .wl. i vii tlm : Yege-
>. -I- co'npming
.. tables a '
: wiiose souis would wnijb down thou. b-- r.- and from the are raised great proportion of all that -
a oiioij ,
; IQ if a man fail from his hoi, ss diar/atou Mercury, serving ta fill up the leisure not were .-
f'iini uch 4isjw mjK us and as insignificant as kept entirely] osrt of view during several years hurt the 1 liw require: that ha hi>uW GILANITEVILJjE FACTORY.3as. t hours .of the laborers, affording then amuse I signed"already members, came forward and .' 4 _
:heir uwn. It does not require a skilful of their early life. Now, ;difference ment, and aiding F pledge. They
very gire lie there until the authorities me sent for1. I < : m providing lor them required no JaU>red.,
calculator to Jell what will be tiw end of s'jcha the other sex a great wlvaitageover you ; j Not a soul dares approach for if F KOITOKS : Having recently had #forts and luxuries. The effect com I arguments 'o couvigce them of (heir dutrJu-

vHith. It is plain aslhc nose on one's face I aud ih bcs! way lo cquaU/.o your Jot, and become to bis relief und the man should any dte one the went an 'i i>ortunf'y f visiting fie above insitutiont I neatness, order, and ornament,produced around by i this particular. Tbe practical working oftbn. -
an | and
He will either turn out an incorrigible loafer, as wise as they are, i ia to think us lutle standing near would be seized and throw person elieving evrry fvrfsution to the wealth, i within the factory establishments} bas I i system, iu ibs examples before them! furnlslitti! | 4fl
proper rity, eJ not an
about an' 4
a professional gambles, or a confirmed and iu. it as they into
there appreciated
jail$ lo remain unil beprove..'} he > ofour any by the stockhold. than 6
significant; *ut. If lie escapes, why it is only The less your mind d'-velfe! upon lovers and had no band in his tenth. The law di. lie S.-st'v s'iOiiW be I brought to pubco I ers in- some: parts oi'onjr country, but I any human tongue coulil utter- ? i '
nntricaiSy as a ttimuhi! more es will not :
1'.become an intolerable tiuisaiice, a hanger malj imonry, the taore ttgiecabio anti rofitable Jo men of: enterprise, pecially iu Ewvr'o. Ihave stop to inquire vvhatwould h.ivo 4'
j opposed to ours, ; olien been ,
presumes a prisoner | pair "maud. attack been the
an upon the goodness itaci of will be your intercourse with benevolence, I the j with the dullness I effect if iliis
generosity bis gc.utluiiif.o. reqneft use and wisp-prorision
iiiiiy until be is proved innocent, the bur'4'u! I orvihe columns ] dreaminess xvt.ich tlinij ufexcIiH%
friends who have not the Itttt.it to send Unitvfecre (f you regard men as intellectual brings who i of tliO enabling me to convey to vades through such inslitutiorij perj j 'dfarn-sbop IroiD-Gctzuun-i T '"'' r .4
proof being altogether laid on the latter. !I bic! *- j ISI
far aught to be. have acccs to certainourcn ofkiKnvJcd ii Otl A tt 1La..lL. tn4.rm Mr4 uer '(lie I (fjKrnr-tjrtpnniarrtor tuff price onrnng. iMrt {t Gep'n diaatrons. I. -,'t ,

This: is an exact picture of many, very majjy which you vr
pung men who reside In our cities. You all :bo benefit you cau from their peculiar Kttaiameiiteaud over by a cart and: dangerously injtird. I jute J( with the operative. ] and moral characters. In: cou\vr.sittg ray next article. ".

may see theju day, parading und promeuauing experience-jf you talk to them No one durst approach him, uoi oven the :.tn 'is tr9 charter of this Cotton Factory was obj j with xvealthy manufacturer and icquiriBg -..: .'-. 111

the fitreeis, Uiiiding= at every coruer, at I as cue rational being should with another, and who drove liiia. and there be a was ai'o.ved ta>"Jat the close of the year 1SI5. I recollectfvlng whether nothing was d -ce for the intellectual From tfi: Detroit Fret Press-. jiTun

every pbt! cc of rsurt, chatting and puffing cigar never jeraincl them that yozi are candidates to lie in the bruiiing sun for mote than three t I previously rode over ibese grounds, I and moral improvement of his people, his answer I DEMOCRATIC SOUTH-WHATCITAMTION _

*, loa mny see ih<*m nt parties of olvasure for mati imoiiy-you will enjoy far more ban hours, until he authorities arrived, v, ii<> rci.i. t aut! nil nut soun turret that although I bad! was : ** My business is to make the largest I HAS DONE. The democratic party ofs

riding, iaugbiug,jolcingjaJLing apparent you can Uy regarding mew under that one as. dud tbrea miles oitl But assistance cam': too a gje tojdirccl me, \ve Imt our-way among proSts ; theirs to take care of uwniseives I the whole country are now rejoicing ovet -
Jy perfectly saUklicu, yet with little inomy, pect of possible future admirers and lovers. late-tbe in-in died. In these cases, shill th4solato chalk hub surrounding the spot -soul and body. It cannot, therefore, bg the election! of. a democra'ic' nnjorily irf i tF/j Cl*

more iapmJeace, and far lass bfuius. How When that is the rolling and ab orbiug any one see the accident happen be is the factory now stands. Little did Imagine wondered at, that, with such au iutiiffrtrence nexlllou- of Representatives of Congress;* ai

iti the world many of tln'jtt contrive to get thought, you have not the proper use of your arrested for the purpose of being secured the that in lees than four years this I to their best interests, and such cold, unfeeling majority to which they look to arrest the bar!" J

al urfao arc dependent) on thcif I own rosour- faculties ; your manners aro constrained and as a witness, and lithe deceased person V I wi mess would be transferred into a llourwt I. neglect, their operatives, without education or measures of tin Taylor Irninifratior?, Bat t j

c,s, u-jtbout work, still dressed finely and uivkwaid; you are easily embarrassed and estate IKJ nut enough to py the funeral 1i ', tasteful! ,anti l romantic town, ssesing moral restraints, Her spending the day in ia- who, let ua as!< _constitute this boasted mijority _
fashionably, is made lo say what is i illjudgcd, silly, and out the witness i hast of tiof cessant toil, resort to the gin-shop at night,, j
certainly a very great mystery. exueose.6, is aiade to dei'nty to at objects interest superior whtcb nukes the democratic party feel so .
Toe fact is we are fast degeuerating to a'na- of place ; and you defeat your own views by tb&m.Tbo theni- any other inland village in our South- and finally close t heir retched career in the proud, and the whig ptiriyso humble .' Tbe

X&IBII of paupci-s : the plough and lite hoe, appearing to a. great iifcad\antpge.) ox'or lion practised by men in high; 3ntry. poi>rhouse, leaving the descendants to pass majority out, in the proportion of about three

the axe and the rpinuiug-wbeei, have been However teciet( you way be iu these rpec.) oflice is ope.ii afcj unblushing. We arc asBtued a inhabitant oldie Western parts of New through the same career of labor,degradation I or Iwo* is composed of the rcprcaeniatives'""

thrown atidn, and uiverted into walking tdatio if you are continually thinking of- that a few years ago tbs Lieutenant Y( and the new States of the West, have and misery. from the southern Stales-tbe StaSea which! ;* I
canes and ianos. how is i it thrn,and auzeh ing undue imporia nee to the.ac. Gavernoroi Cardenas with deserved of tbe la Grraaiieville, ca. tLc c."ntrary, anis eS t
possible, (Len, -ninety mites from [favnna s; n pride rapid growth as a general rule, have always secured ufinr !
that we Khali l I.e enabled to keep up our teeourccst ac-juuintance gcatleiu, it will most certainly 'being iu want of private funds, actn-: ofi:73 Ut their towns, cvhere houses, stores, made to improve the moral condition of theoperatt majorities in CWgrcs*, and in the electoral t-

idlers are continually fonrea&iiig, s.ftw! itself it) your manners and conversation, ally, in the wantonness of his power, picked aciVtnies, and churches, tad sprung up, as I ea, by surrounding! them \v tb objects colleges. This majority cf southern mend! !

and the few are eupporting the tuaay. Wara and will betray a weaker ss-lbat is.bi-ki iu c*. I out certain individuals, caused them to be :..rrecled by agic, whilst tho Mumps ot trees, front I of taita and ornament, by giving them access which will fiava the control of the democratic "

fast decJIulng from the primitive simplicity pedal contempt by the stronger sex. 09 u groundless charge., and fined tbn: vh A. their hoava were constructed, were to good schools, and by providiog fur them 6 congressional caucus at Washington, are '*

of our futUers to t tato of idleness, ffemiuucy Lince the customs of society Lave awarded judg two or three doubloons each. From bisment I! still unding in tbe ttret-ts. Wo have put libraries- Sunday schools, churches and pas opfw. ed to tho Wilmot Proviso, and will, of: ; ;

; adif paflpcmm. O) mores, O tempora I to man the pm'ilcdga o.' making the first ad. I there is tidajipual. Tbe Lieut. Governor mucflii the South to be proud of in ibis par-: tors. They believe that what they expend I course, noruiuate and elect their Speaker, un t _

i' larcnis art much to be l.Iatncd.! I, vance toward nntrinioa}, it is to safest aJi'J like the Captain General, it would LOOm! e or.ches j lieu:j ; but we have here a Factory, wbicb, for these ohjccU will !bi> abtinduntly made uplo !' less the freesutlers bolt as the Ransom men

raise np their children in idleness and They !I! happiest way fur womeu to leave the matter the moat despotic sway. When wa'kinjj' I in l;| solirl mariner in which it has been con- them in the orderly conduct, ibe industry lid last winter in our State legislature, and ;

into Them (oisb! notion&ofprido., ingraft: entirely in bis bauds. She should bo so eel. i iucated the streets, if be should meet any indiuuis! j strufrJ its machinery, containing all the lafott&l ;and care of the operatives, and the interest: limit) v iih (Hie whig* to defeat! the caucus nomination. I :
:The.v will as to con aider thai the tboy will feel iti the prosperity of tbe enter
I Iistence i
-i great end of ox who failed to recognise bin by uncoveriug, ] iuinr<)Yt iiietits i the duaiit v cif tbo -
) --
iui maw.\arir iwys 10 uo any tfting, when it j I teem conJktejit that this their
is all 4?*seotinl fur tlioir own preparatiouibrcteraiJy-may be e he raises his cane and knocks off their nas. ;;ith produces; the taste and neatness dtsil I 1tSO. in expectations And bow has the democracy of tbe North
happiness and
the benefit of their that quaJly attained in married ur fciugie fife und This happens evan when the unconsei-nn j pi 1 k tii the grounds and imiUliogs ; the will not be disappointed ; and I am bad their strength reduced so low, in comparison
couuiiy they should that union but assured that in ibis
)Jearo'spme (occupation or trade. For il would all desirable.no ibe rouM perfect effort
contribute trfiheir health, to the t Mattimouy thouM l>o cotisid- stool: by an unfortunate person that rat arc rewarded for their labor ; and tbs they hearty concurrence of has been done by the slavery agitation, by '

,,! their minds, nixJ wld improv.tnent j c red as an incident iu life, wbicb, if it come committed suicide, waTb seized and imjriaou.ed i ititJigi- .,st which b tahen in their moral and re- every frien-J bfluimanity, and every well wisher Wilmot Provisoiam, which bas1 accomplished -
stability and 1 all of the best interests of
lu the couulr strength at must come .vitbout any contrivance of s' ven months, on the charge of murder.lie .-. h .8 improvement, is now, and will for nw.11 our common country. nothing else than to disorganizes an'l weaken -

Yijs, Parcuis. yours ; and therefore you may: safely put aside was at length liberated, on the unanswerable _n) s continue lo be, a mode! Factory, nOt A fine academy has been builr, the salary the democratic party and elect whig Presidetvt. --
when you bring great evil upon j'ouxrliildren ,all thoughts uf it till some utie forcu the sub evidence that be adduced, hf.vingj'iM ocl for tie: v. bale Smith, but in some if its cube teacher is secured, and such regulations Look at New York. When she stood .,

pamper their uppctite you nurture, aud them teach up iu theni laziness, ject upon your notice by profession of a, J>artieular arrived in the country when the person aluded let Is is unrivalled by any irn pro verne tits not have been entered into that no child in the upon tho old! democratic VanUuren-platform

* i&iterethu you to destroyed himself and that it was the milwo in ibis country, but in the world. This village, whether the parents are rich or poor, of 133G and Jo7, she was nearly all democmtic -'

inisfurnnn-s.; you If tliey will preparing them for sad Lively, ingenious, conversable, and cbanniug first tim bo bud ever seen him. ; I, ut first sight, appear rather! extra vag-tnt: is allowed lo remain uneducated. I 1 think I am ; now look at her tbtrty-fbar represehtativeu *- I

them adrift. A few tbort nol work, wlsy turn l little girls are often spoiled into dull, bash Curdcnae contains about fivo-or six thousand and iqualitied praise. I must, however, reho I within bound* when I state, that of the children in* Congress ;-bat one democrat, and :

them back like the years will bring ftrl, silent young ladies, and all because their inhabitants, where there is aconsitleraMeof ques* indulgence of your readers, whilst I Granitcville, not oue-tbird oJ'their parent he a half-breed of the}; goal's wool order, to -'
prodigal nan of old-asf h, ads are full of nonscense about .. able to read write. Hnd
c8ttcr4s fur that d beaux and f American merchants and American plan & acre into dotr.il. art or they tbirty.tbree fiillbbodud whigs. That h what 1

abuted-prrpared got in mind cs and whIch] they have l lovers. They have a thousand thoughts and lerg, having es-iaies in vicinity. In a coiu- T! 5 e&tabidhn! jut i* owned by a company remained atnor. their scattered lug house, in "agitation" bas done in New Yorlc. Lot : ,

some boiiefcl and industrious body to folloiv feelings which they would lie ashamed to mercial point of view it is of great impoitance,, of gi tleinan, about thirty in number ; and the Sand Ilills, ignorance would Lavo been tOO, at Michigan.( In the western district t
calling, rather confess, though not Hibatned to entertain und has almost much If cf the stuck is held luur individuals perpetuated through distant generation* and i
t tiUllic ; as weight ns Mitan/tts. one 1 ( by ; when Crary, aud, Lyon, anti Chipman vthc roi
]0.terE1 \vanderfng aud dependant. ,l and their prc-occupatiua with a subject which Some years ago, in consequence of a negro: _\1V Gregg, Ker Uoyce, II. !Iuchi
rkmiftgzo:1 Fl they bad better let entirely alone, prevent insurrection t several American, English, and I .Juelcapil mitb,uli gentlemen of this State. The wuulil have advanced a step beyond the s-tale \ sail l nothing about the slayerjr agitaliqn, or*. tt
their being) ; the agieeabJo and rational companions other foreigners icsiding there, were wized I 1, 300,000, bts beea expended in then ignorance and poverty which was the lot cept to denounce It, the district was un\i\ .-.?tn*

zccAIu of the gentlemen outhcir acquaintance and thrown into piison. They were placed I erect!* of the establisbmcnt, and the comas cf their parents, an4 J in which they weru ly ,democrat. But after aspirants for congt. -

which hwy were designed to be. i in f the fctocks. Tbo American Coniu!, .. ...... civca notice of their intention to an- I I born.Oao sicnal nominations mounted tbe. hobby ofp.itiiori .

KICWT. Girls get into all sorts of scrapes by undue Dr. Franklin C;; ge, as was his duty] interest 1Y1' the o Legislature for ;a modification ottheirctiarer of tho best regulations in the Factory and Wilmot Provisoism, they run ;them* ; ,

pre.occupation of mind ; they miecoiibtrue the t ted' bimsclt for his country.T.en, his conduct ([ $ in order to increase their capital at Granilevtlle, is its establishment upon total selves and the district under to the, tune tti
It U l vary Grange that iiotwiinstatidiug all commnnesl n1te $ions into na:ks of ticthat- being characterized when will bo able and abolition
pat 1ygreatactivisy. Failing td 8000,000, they to abstinence principles ; and from this?-atone, if i some 1,700 whig majority ; aj.i1
? thu( -iwJ* *ttio and couHsels which may bo regard, and thus nourish a fancy for a person it i in his intercession with tbe local authorities inak4use cflbo full uxtenl of their water there were no other encouraging features in nothing but a little tact at ibe. right time a>y- (

; inculcated by parents attd teachers now-a-days, wbo bas never once thought oftJsem: but as be wfote to the J Secretary State, Mr. powt, in driving 18,000 spindles, aud 000$ the institution, I woulJ augur its future pros i ed the northern congressional district from aci .

or at least attempted? ( to be inculcated into an agreeable acquaintance. They lote lite Calhoun, under President T> lor's administration. loonif perity. Tbo 1actoryand the whole village i similar fate.OWItlg "- -- fs iWe

children and pupiie, vc soe so .many decided enjoyment of a party, certain beaux are not Mr. Calhoun replied, that a ruan-of 'J'lp spot selected for the erection of the are supplied with the purest and best water.It may Jrc add, that lfvo have i ia

1flures. It cannot certainly arise front want there wbom they expected to meet j tboy become war should be sent thitbvr to afford our fellow) Factory and flu location ifthe surrounding pours through the canal-it spouts from the deniocratie majority in Congrcs.sit.wj1ibiI -

(ji'l4u4 apti opportunity, of books, o' jtreatte, of: jealous (,their best friejijs, if ibe beam: citizens protection. But alas for the Uiuo : villa j', is one of the most favorable iu every fountain- it gurgles from the hilFside! ; and I in a great tiegree, to tle firmness ai4 ,,

EaU+pld5; htd! ittciteuienu lo urge them on to, I are there and do not talk to iLini as .nucli asI jhat was the last eIther Consul or prisoner* particular, that could be found iu our State.- rca&on, and nature, und religion, proclaim : ability\witb which. Gen. Cass and bisnozth.' -

ml ciupi4tt .flf. something. Xo, it origi- I hey wish ; every tri.f!? I is tnaimificd into beard of) our Government in the eiiiie.- It is in sight cube South Carolina Railroad, this is good enough If a man wishes to be, em n Friends, have continued to Ifliitaifl.tIkW?; t

nat hum _.adrit r wf "Oojr'r CAitwsat". .omethJug of Importance-a fruitful! sum ce of I 'l'lzebe'snefl were libcruted after two or three tire miles west cfAtkcn, <*nd eleven east ofAugus'rt. .* healthy, wealthy and wibC," let him confine position ou the old democratic platform .

Froqitb* fcoo ut tin*:Judge, to the vcrkwl vag misery-and things of real importance are months' rigorous cunfmemnt: awd made t to pj\> I ; A bold stream, calle.il Horse Crew! hi line If to a beverage with which tho .iod; of non-interference with questions slavery.

abond I boy of ibe arrant dwnka.d. ,that rtttflftfk- ncglcctfr chmjcras. And ail thU gratui. extortionate jail fees. Dr. Cage reque vd ( of the purest transparent water, istuing from NatureItas supplied him, and abstain from -

'nub siiig! of / Modi Utxre, is proverl al.-. tout) painstaking defeats ile own end i TbeUl.ur (icnuiuticii to supply one of the prisoners, a tie. side* o!f the surrouudiu and of the mute that which has p-uve<] the ruin of millions, I'ms-t him Joi.Z.-'fle Organizer -.I

1'111 this Uftit 1e never studies tbtl be will i& all In vain ; such girls are not tbo delicntely orgniMzed iinn. with a* mat'rass ; distant bills, projiels the machinery, II also, and which has 1e(1 l to excesses, calling down ed at Oxford, Miss. bas the following qnoert .

n ;yer improve, or tb>; other U be dons not most popular j and; those who seem r.erer to I {jul the Gownjor) sternly refused1 even this little drives: a eav/ mill, which hits furnished the the curse of He.uen. Graniteville, a rrllageiioxyotnearly h advertisement in its of date r' fl4
late ,
utMittJuiJ bi* wnyeibat be will become; equally barn thought about! matrimony% at all, are! fdvur. Tbe man was in the ktotks, clo u.ly necessary l ltrdnr: for the erection ofboii nine hundred inhabitants, isthe paper a >t

us tiifling &* bi paieut.._.and ten ta one the I sought and preferred before them. We may t locked between two ne;iocs. ,iitil} ibd Wxxl: work of tbeFactory, Tliecomaijf only town I have ever visited not excepting *0 The Iosl r Mnc/--!, Alvin D;aVUu*. ;- \

(4)p11iwi of boUi would add the dice, ,that of of fand for ioncf Samuel ITnis the fiddler, late ofgia f ,( ttnr 4:
Tell b t4plersa-4eewa&e or be w414heoone a i iiui4 L j I jsboiiM n iut t cojisiJcr; it A teiious auilrlunc' uvun > common fora Spaniard tOgOtt) the Lieutenant mllo|, arounJ 'ihtj Factory, .furnUhin the .Moravians, or the fanatical Shakers, where take this tgethou! to inform .n

d-hi *wwer is, 7 dtm'l cer,*, > Tell t if never marrieJ : tbere is nothing disreptitable or F-ibcal, as ho i is called, vvbo atlt'nJed thc I greatest atnin
ibat yom uu+l 41 piopfcity.$ wii'> ilrowes *ovell p ;vhte! there! may! 'bVmucli happiness ttjq'itsitorial cxariiinatbt) ,.aiiJ bribd bint to the nntcridU: for builJiiig and t'irevoc'tl for iht principles. There the Wasbingtonians, the whose names appear bc'oxv, tli4t Jtm: .. i iin

and M|>nrth so freely, if lju i* not unorft in tIP? cornJition of nn t>5dI unestanyone'agfiin'stwlwwi! be (the Spaniard& )) ..2&c.oI, the inhabitants.: They, are thus en, Sons qf Temperance, and other societies, tlih county, near S vier IVsi '.ia ;-, t:3:, -

frtgd, bal be wiJb| nit t to run ibrjtj1,. bisI..HS. I L .4. --.-!-. T_ had a piq*. -Tbe mode c-Jopte-J'was to forces allied to !Iceep off squatter,' and to' lef free'I f bave ra'Uetl their several banners ; and there, ibat I will ba |iappy to bear tn n> t-j: :

i-t. .. i k ir/// / ,t1wlU1C, ACI4 JVl ft< The corrtnrui -iclc; oi l drew in California, <>mo) miserable, negro ptisoiier implicated in, from the contagion of the dniin-slufp. Thfstream5 Irom the President, the Engineers, tbaf Architects of them, nnJ. fr> see any of tl"-ti aroumt ,..-J
&'rj.fl:: !. -ot.) ) ui'tid h4.t : horse Creek such as Mechanics of das down own fireside.. I will furthe! : v '.' ;ful I I-
JO'V % arts, or she tj'ji \ a < t te.back, with 3 hulci cut tor the hru LI mo outbtt'ak) ,* todcnu'Jiico the iudividtrtl ashavbii ? which form every ttbo Lu v'
:l xhe naine of a c- ijn"'cy ..;, .' -' ., -1-

Fa n't : \u / St i?, atiJ will: ir, en to \.iglo.Sacks.on it _, iiyitvatnl cn'-py.,/ iu the rebellion. -For tbj> f.r.S I cl >crred a loco'jonvhtro it wa ; tu.ihiul to tb ur pli"Jgcs to attain from I am free to :iy will n&) '* i u any t -


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..1 THE--ALTERNATIVE.- 1 Con t'ponJt'tIrt of the Jaclionvilte rirpublicanMELLONVILLC THE FLORIDIAN .& JOURNAL, Jacksonville Republican Eement"The Hill tries to Speaking of the lute election in Vermont, from California ? Then what shall be said of f

I :t':, \ : Sept. 5. 1810.Auh.al .-"- Crawford against the just in. which has been favorable to the Whigs, the the boasted triumph of the South in bringing
;;w"nd; screen :
letter of
We notice a very patriotic; of Uw'Columbia Co. Troops at Fort A. E. MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON, Secret'f. the Sentinel into a Southern Administration
: by power ?
Its late quoted On
Savannah as
') Cov.; Towns in thc Milledgevilto I Union, In donation of the people of this State. Republican,

f. icnlyto certain inquiries propounded to him Mr. EDITOR On Mellon.Thursday, the 29th!): of EDITORS_ _. AD_ PROPRIETORS. -_ I eflorts arc as futile as the first. I labors says, "This result is more entirely satisfactory the other hand, has every whig in Washing

".... liy a number of his constituents. We annex August, our citizens: of this vicinity were very i = : =-September: 22- 1849. : through a whole column to make it appear as it was a coiJfct between the whigs Ion" been deliberately misrepresented; ? iso (
$44 the concluding portion of the letter, in which and of % Saturday, Free Soil what shall be said of the appointment ,
nuch relieved in their feelings, many that the .new element" referred to in tilSccrl.tarJs on one side and the Democrats or to 1
'. ;, .*.!. ,... TV. ,,.im. i faithfully reflects the sentiment --- --- ------- ------------------------
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- hem have returned to their homes' in consc- -, -- insulting letter to the Governor, and abolition party united on the other. f foreign Embassy of a_ mm: vho is capable of
nnd;;] determination of every true son of of vol. To the Voters of Leon dounty.
quence of the arrival two companies the Commissioners there the reader well ask so palpable an outrage upon truth ?
hinted at by What is may
South i ia Ihe
: from Colnmlwa, : county* under the I am a Candidate to fill the vacancy
'li -,:; Lastly: you luk : 6 In Ihe event of the uuteers command of Capt. Knight and Lieut. Jones, !Senate occasioned by the death c Ihe lon. J. touching rewards for Indians and a in the character of Vermont whiggery: to A word more. The speech of Mr. Iauf

passage by Congress of the \Vilmot Proviso, Capt Ellis not yet having arrived. lie remained H.T. LORIMER. In thus announcing myself, I act 0 guerrilla code" warfire against them. I make its tiinmph so entirely satisflctC Y"- was intended to influence the in

M',',/oj.. or with its interference with tho subject what of behind to fill his company. I would in accordance: with the expicsscd wishes of many ol certainly must have known better. No sensible indeed more'1 satisfactory than ordinary political Vermont. The Hon. E. C. Cabcll, our .

slavery in the District) of Columbia, here remark, without the fear contradiction, my fellow-citizens, residing in different parts(f the Editors. We has taken the doubtlessly .
).-. lie the South.' man can doubt Gut Crawford spoke ,'ictoris-to Southern Representative stump,
I ., course! ought to adopted by that there cannot be a finer looking or better county. Should it be your pleasure to have me Ih1
"...'' h ;My\ answer is ; first to look to ourselvesrather mounted set of men produced in the Stale of sbrfrc you as Senator will discharge the duties of of the calling out of volunteers as the new would like to have some testimony on this for the same purpose in Florida. Shall

.\ than our oppressors-to take counsel Florida than those from Columbia county.- he position as faithfully 3:I may be able.! element." We have seen no one man who point. That of a witness whose intelligence, we hear from him the announcement that "ev.

,, ',.-.' together without distinction ofpalt, and upon They are all well drilled for Indian fighting;; A. E.MAXWrJ.L.\ : doubts this-whoever has an honest purpose : standing and opportunities of\owing entitle cry whig in Washington" is opposed to tho
otTo all recollections of minor .
altar offer up and their sole seems to be the protection .----- ----.- -_. -- --- -- .-- admission of in California ?
--------- --- it the would be especially acceptable. slavery Not
.. nnd differences, and( resolve, that if nei.tber -- ---- to learn his real meaning cannot slight him to speak, aLit

,f' past remonstrance, reason, nor argument will of of I the the citizens, leaving They t their arc,own with comfoit one or From Wash -Movement of Troops. est degree doubt it. Luckily for us, such a witness is at hand. I of any such thing. On (the contrary, he

.' arrest the brutal fanaticism that is sweepingover out two exceptions question.!, all young:; and athletic men, We learn from Washington that the follow Yet the Republican pretended to suspectthere i is the lon. Mr. Marsh, of that State, extolled will scout the possibility that Gen. Taylor, a

,\ I:{ the land, threatening a disruption of our : well calculated for tile laborious service they ing companies of Artillery, ten in number, was something in the Governor's letter as one of the most learned gentlemen in the slaveholder, is not with the South in this matter

.::.. social and political the union ; that of WP the, as Wilmo slave.holders have engaged: in. Capt. Knight: a most ex. have been ordered to Florida : which might justify i.s friend, the Secretary ; last Congress whom Gen. Taylor has appointed -that I Ic: will not unhesitatingly veto tha

: )Proviso, as regarding the prelude passage to the abolition of cellent officer, is determined the citizens to leave and: drive no stone the I company fiom Smithville, N. C. bit when the published letter drives it l'oO : Minister Plenipotentiary to Constant-: Proviso if passed by Congress-and denounce

".. slavery in the District Columbia, as well enemy unturned back to protect within his boundary, or at least 1 I Kuford, N. C. that position, it then seeks to find in t the LuiTuace nople. Hear what lie says, and recollect that as unmeasured abuse and revolting scurril-!

",' as evidence of a settled policy on the part of from the !settlements. On the evening of the 1 I I Tort asllingtonId. P O ofour Commissioners an excuse for theSecretary's he speaks! with something more than (the authority \ il}" nn) intimation from the Democratic

the Tree States to continue to disregard Unconstitutional arrival of the troops, Mr. Clay, a citizen residing :3 I New Yet k. impertinent language about the of a village newspaper," or of a press the South can place no reliance upon

provision slaves for will our henccfoiward protection in I some fomteen miles from this place, 4- I "Fort Adams, Newport, U. I. new clement." Now, it is just enough to nameless and fameless. demagogue. He is' the present administration to save her from

'.., look reference alone to to fugitive the justice of, our cause ; to the I was doubt diUcn, with from hostile his home, intentions by three, that Indians were, I is supposed that Gen. Child?, Col. Rel- reply. lo this that the Commissioners had not one whom Gen. Taylor has "delighted to impending danger. How long, we would ask,

protection of that Providence, who is able to no lurking around his premises: ; and, althoughthe I ton, and Lieut. Col. Gait will accompany, thiiforce. ,seen or talked irilh Crawford when he wrote honor ;" h" speaks! that which he knows and i is this game double dealing to be kept up?

l direct our footsteps In the midst of the greatest men and horses were worn down by la.\j It is decided, we understand, that if his letter, and he had no proposition before testifies that which! he has seen. Will ihe How long is one-half Union to be decent

'" peril, to our own union of all the means, phl i. tigue consequent: upon a march of some twelve the Indians wi not go peaceably, they shall him (to refer to, either verbal or written, reader receive his witness 1. ed ? The original purpose, that of electing
ourselves I
establish for
cal wives and and moral children, to freedom, equality and, lit our,. or detachment fifteen, days oflwcnt, the captain, under at the once command ordered] of a gl bv force. That is exactly what we wishlosee. from any source, except \\hit: twas containedin MR. :I\PSl ON I'RCESOILISM. Gen. Taylor having been accomplished, it

p watchword I the Governor's communication which hi I have been that
the Let the might supposed
crty or perish in attempt. Lieut. IIcrrin lon, to repairlo :Mr. Cla"sprf'mise -.--------. ---- ? George P. Marsh, member of Congressfrom : deception, tho

t be-the Constitution as it is-the Union. to kill or capture !the enemy, if possible Important from Tampa. was then answering. Indeed he added greater Vermont, and newly appointed Minister disgraceful i instrument by which it Ul accom

as it was-down with all odious and nncontminl to be done. On their a nival at :\1\ r.. C.'s, reached Gov. j insult to his conduct' by pointedly evading: to Constantinople, made (the following re- plished, would be thrown aside. But not so.
_Itt.;itlll.._.;.....:... <_1i._riimmntirn_.i...._nu: ___ between I the cil iZCI1! the tracks several Indiansa [Intelligence has :loslc Vermont r State
ihev' discovered I interview with the Commissioners before maiks before the recent The unfair is
that fioi an same unfair means, ( a word)
or the property of the citizens of the different but after t trailing from :Mai.\ Gen. Twiggs, runners
States the Ft-deial Government, or that 1I1I1( the house spiing ; Jones- Casq his letter was despatched, as ho bar been t formerly Convention- : much too weak to express. the full truth..!,(
: by them for some! time, they were compelledto'abandon Hilly How legs and Sam met Capt. Your resolutions refer to the Ordinance of Irr
every patriot son of the South having exhaustcd ; Indians that the outru apprised of their presence and desire to relied upon (to sustain his administration
it, owing to 111 (entering at Sara Sota, and assured him 17B7, an ordinance; forbiding the existence of
all pacific and honorable means to redress a dense hammock:, when- was impossible to at Indian River and Peas Creek wee sec him. This explanation failing, therefoie, slavery in the then new territory-it covered namely, of asserting in the South that he \vi71reo
his and resolveto ges
his wrongs, will rally to post!! follow. While in the act of hunting: up I the committed the of five Indians we wonder what the Republican: will trump al..the new territory ; it was made; and meant the proviso, and at the North that he willPI)7Ore
die or maintain his rights. These are my I those by same party
trail two rifles weie fired, known to (10 cover new then or
next. While it is accusing of being actuated alihe territory existing !
honest) feelings, and the result of my deliberate I lived within fourteen that these acts were disapproved II the. n up I The tell (Z i
of acquired. Democracy
Indians, as no person } t us
the the slave Slates solely IJ prejudice in our denun. Do need lhr evidence? of .the elections
to (
course party we
judgement as in the direc- who anxious to (,
miles of the place, and precisely were remailatIH.ac ) i it was only intPiuIfil! for the North Western
uhould pursue in the last resort ; but I hope a The shots woul ciations of he Secretary's outrageous conduct, In Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee .
will I'la'lhc wickt'dcarl'l'r lion the !scout had -juit passed. Howleg all Jones sent word that they Territory, and that I has no reference to territory

returning sense justice were not further off than a mile or a mile anda meet Gen. Twig and the agent on ihe 18l| it certainly has a queer way showing its afterwards acquired annexed. They with the overwhelming Whig losses, to
of unnatural and cruel tormentors,
and that no our!such dreadful alternative will be half and wee no doubt intended ,by the In. 1 1I for the purpose of arranging the difficulty.If :. own freedom from such prejudice by trying to tre unwilling that any law should be found prove that an administration. leaning itself upon
let the know their movements the introduction of slavery: into
have 'thought troops I II surrendered it i mislead the public' mind from a understanding such a foundation cannot stand ? For Ibo
forced upon us ; yet as you propl'fto I j wore seen. A heavy rain which commenced I II' the murdereis arc as ; proper California and New Mexico. l Hut I believe
ask 1 me : what course' ought to be adopted I of it will of what is clearly written-too clearly sake of this of ours, \ve answer no !_
the will be
falling at this, time, and near approach j hoped case, only remaij t the ordinance was meant as a universal prin. word

by, the slave: States/I \\hatcvcrinay feel incapable he of con.the I' night, precluded t the possibility, ) of pursuit'' for then for them to he tr:1 with as pertains t I to be misunderstood except I) bigoted ciple that all new territory then and forever Falsehood can sustain nothing-not even it.

II ccaling my opinions to me ,personally. I am vellaware : that evening. Early the next morning the 'i justice, and for ihe nation to remove brolr If, politicians. should' }be free territory-and this is the Whig sel: An ephemeral existence it may harp;
consequences but to the -- ---- ---
that I may subject myself the assaults j II!, t troops started rain that in puisuit had fallen,! the owing prccehingeveuitig .1ississlpi. The question of icmo\al is tlj Extract from a letter to one of the Editors, doctiir.e everywhere.The temporary purpose it may accomplish, ; but

of Borne malignant and designing men, who, heavy no trace of them could be discovered, j ,ll important one. .U1 until thai is setlll dated Democratic for (tin* solo! party annexed of Texas providing to the a bUnion y laws old as the universe, and by decrees

for party purposes! to, may the ascribe to of me the senti.Un. \ until, within six miles! of this post, the tracks :, nothing ofconscqueice is accomplished.New \ Sr. Arr.rsTiNn, Sept 17, 18.1. I slave rmrket for (the purpose South ; and they have as unalterable as fate, it is doomed to vanish,

S menu ion. Be unfriendly this as it ,perpetuity I cannot withhold, at I 101 three Indians who hud from npppearances I t I learn,, fiom a source to be relied on, accused the Whig party of aiding in this nefarious and the cause which it sustains, is consigned
crisis like the from the ,just ,passed, and seemed to have been in a York Cotton Market. dipt. Casey went down from Tampa (10 Charlotte scheme to rengthen (the institution ot to remediless ruin.
present peo.
u great of native State, deliberate convictions j I run, no doubt from either seeing) or hearing I Prices in New Yoik:, on the 12th, cod| Harbor, and succeeded in getting speed slavery. But what are the facts ?[ Look at

pIe as my to the best mode my of preserving th! the troops here. again, were di-co\.t'Itd-into for Upland and Florida, (Mobile and N. OiM with some of the Indians. They professed! the record and you will find that in the Congress The South and a Protective Tar 1

Union as well as our propeity. I know, no), They foiled plruitll)) their entrance an. i themselves friendly, and pretended I they were which annexed Texas, the Democrats The Northern tarlffites have been for years \
hammock. As as this detachment : ade higher! ,)-ordinary to good oidinary.j'
: him said that
man is more devoted to the Union than I am ; inlwnsl : 1001 very glad to see ; Howlegs! was were nearly two to our i ne, and that one promising themselves! and assuring the country .
first of men I citli ned their pot sixty other\ :I a 9$ ; middling to good mid. f!) to 10 ; mr I friendly, and wanted a talk with Gen. 'Twigg. alone voted for the measure in the '
it is no new passion of mine ; it was my ,' \hi.! t tl.at It .
; and only remained for the South lo
I it be last Jove ; | men! under command: of Capt. Knigr-t. p tiling (fair to fair, 10.* to 10J! ; fully fairs One of them camo i-p, to Tampa and saw Gen. house Do the Free Democracy), they whoh'1'C engage
:1 ts fervently pray may my !; I accompanied by Col. J. P. SuIIl': ol, !set forth I Twiggs, and the lime and place for a talk wasp }become converted do in the work of manufacturing, when *b"*
let mv lamp :ro out under the folds! of that I I : good fair, I O.tO. 1 I }. On (the 14th llt mjkct ;' lately they pretendto
.. banner \which- isinscribed Justice, LyitaltUnion. j in nursuit. The t tracks of three Indians were I arranged, and hs has gone out to inform Billy have repented of this sin ? No they boast would be loudest in her demand i fur protective
on \! n". il discovered, but owing to the continued |I II ( was dul, ami prices dccllel an g at ;I! Bowlegs and his tribe. There is a fartherrumor of the have
/ '; Such an tinirn is worthy a I patilul's t. j : outrage-they never expressed duties. This we see to be Car from the truth.
!/ live-a blood but union with\ !j I to!rent: of ruin that fell, i was impossible to j! On the loth the Europa's advices: had an J I here that they said to Capt. Casey)' that any sorrow for I the wickedness, the crime The
patriot's ; manufacturers of South Carolina Georgia
inequality, with injustice.: with dishonor, with j t[!:i pursue or I trail tlt'1 up. Tl.eie is no d-Mibt! t i, favorable effect upon the market, antI prie i the Indians: \\ho committed the murders at thus committed-they exhibit no repentant I
!:: of the Indians king around in thisicinity. : \\li Indian Hirer and' Pease Creek and Alabama, are entirely satisfied with
would be
the market closing I I I given have th In
oppression inscribed upon its folds, to the ;ntrioi's : : i again declined an J, feeling now, nor y ever. proof, I
a head, would' be less tolerable than '.. ;ath I!I \Ilat their oljrc is, we are not able to pay, I up for punishment ; but in the letter which I read the H.iltimore. resolution. They do t the profits which they are legitimately! and

itself. Entertaining these views, yo. can !I,, unless it is to find out the. forcp or to commit some buoyancy. ,_ -- --- __ I saw from Tampa, and which was from an not even allow that Congress ha* the power I j justly making without: the consciousness, painful .

appreciate the cordiality' with which: J ,",uh. I i i ;s .!'ue: murder or depredation.. There I is one De Bow's .Commercial Review. ofiicer there, no mention was male of giving lo abolish slavery in the District) ofCuiumha, I as it must 'be lo honest men, of knowing
.,. sentiment embraced in of the i! thing I certain. I \ rt'irt'd here fr five orSi : up those men. .\1 t'.is' Ioks very well, and and yet they tell us they are I
e.zilie the one
f> to i woods We have received from the publUherjstion. that their gains
and) have ; I.in I are enlarged by impositionupon
'x : hopes
-- Sn9ttIf71e.d.C4L., j4I.I "")t\r"wElll.Y (,;tfiafctfJ.! : f l ... .a.years_.-_,. **.-. ..._.<111'u.?. .mlC.j. -...,fK-M.i '.. "'ifi C' 0_ ,... _._.l....0,1,:.i..I..I. ,"ul.'. I f tOOily are oniivtuaton(lleltained.f ,that. tpnttttlua.it may load'Fi to a pirty. their neighbors. The South needs
: s none
> \
I. \-o 7i the abolish
lumbia, I can Lan no difficulty in choos. j this vicinity, and we : presents the table or } .A. ony Congress power .
are certain it I
) :argues following : cers ol t the I think
ing between the I : t. Army imagine, so, and I slavery] in the Iistrict-they say no such ufahe protection offered h high The
only alternatives! nothing ftvornble! tents I tarifs
that heir
will on I t. There i is ; : it but )
j be ,
hope to candid
pait. : : vithiotj I
remain of may thinre Congress ought to abolish the f factories: in direction
: abject submission to aggression ,,! a rumor, that has just us that the I. I say nowspringiiig up every
ICixTCi-Kv have
and reacH'd \'IJ.I : -Hythe Editor. ', no hope of any such result. I have no ratlic in human flesh such
no thing.
outrage on the one hand : nnteers be say an* paying their handjoma .
are to
or determined soon out of ,'vice. owners pr -
lurrrd sei I U. Nix ; I dout! that! Hilly Bowlegs will meet th-m and fls.With
resistance on the other all : Iflhis is the, fact : ;KM( SL\'Pr ix rni: SOUTH[ j We desire that California; and New Mexico
at hazards this
and the .
to ;, poi tion oflhe ) : make the advantage which she holds in having
country Solon, j strongest piofessions of and themselves the door .
the Jast extremity. j jmust be abandoned Iiobinson of India iii. peace may present at of Congress
as there is not men I friendship, and probably! offer to give those and knock for admittance into this l the raw material in her midst, together
I have U.
the honor to be, enough in it to I :i. THE up .
your most t obedient Protect it, and we consider ComncUI.ncB: ; the E.tor : who
committed the
) outrages at Pease Cfd. nion. Jlcrry Whig at with an abundance of the cheapest labor that
servant, fj0.v.: Towxs." j ourselves in imminently danger than I I Washington, including ,
lore all and (Indian Ilivcr but all this will be
J for the
Messrs. Jos. Day), J. .\. Wingtield, and 1 any previous time. ,1. SI-';AK Translation he Cabinet deircs thai California sJiall pre. ofsl:1'e5.: when she chooses so lo if, she
I of M. 1)egrant) i purpose of quieiing; the disturbance} and being admission; the aptly
others. sent herself Jor at earliest
I cannot conclude without' ii_ mo. has nothing Jo !fear in the production, at least,
mentioning Capt. I
'I'o. permitted In remain in the orntrl. This, .
p frI oj next ,
a proviso against
Ledwiih's Congress
};'om tit Kara n ah IlluMicall- opposite side company f the, ijvcr.which is Mationed"on the I 5. hUlx-Bj Hamilton Smith .i I, COme, is inadmissible. The U.'S. Government melt slavery tlc and it is th" will of Whigsveriicherc ot" coarse fabrics, from the competiion ether
L. has
( Capt. an 0. of\y.I have takl'l the position! that the Indians ( that California and New Mexico of Old! or New England.We .
ARGUS admirable '
company: and he himself] efli.cient AMI SOUTH.-HyElwoj i .
an ; mut.1 be removed. The State and the .
OCALA, SKIT.: 5th, 1819. S officer. Wp shall] never forget the Fisher of Ohio. |: of people.j shall!! thus become a part four rI OI. It -
GCIIlrmmTbe mail promptness) with he j Florida will hold thorn to this, and nothing: will be done, unless Texas, and( her Locofocofree Qzr see that the citizens of Ik-nton'
leaves (this in ten [ wlael answered( our call hnn 1 : IMI' !Ishoitof, it When the
OVIMIXTS: answer.
minutes. In the absence of I to drive' back the : when we \J. AT TUB SorT find wi soi agents hen at the North shalslc- County, in a public meeting( have passed resolutions -
own savage that
my the
Pitoonc-ss I alternative
a paper I from their eXJt'cled : or I THI i: SorniKK.v: STATKS. i tli they will fight. ceNt in their plan including:
containing local I have hour present l of the
any) news, barely time ro\'emells every i They not is, highly laudatory views anti
) General Literat go peaceably. barely possible the limits of that slave all New Mexico .
to send the I tacked. He in ire. Editorial, I territory ,
you P. S. of letter came and scoured conduct of
a from I person our \ hut not probable, that by large bribes li"g east of the Rio Grande. thus wider our Indian Agent, Col. Spencer.
a gentleman at Tampa Hay. You will see'( country for IJlr tap! although not instructed -- ---- '-'-- and other inducements! that bo held the
that latest to Holden's Dollar I may nut spreading the curse of human slavery as (theDemocracy Wes'iggest to f gentlemen! who officiated'
side Magazino.
/ of
on the
your intelligence, via New Orleans \ operate liver nr' this
sec. to them be
they may bought over, but I con. did over all Texas. Hut for Lo. i in this matter to from this Colonel
that lion of This I procure
f. ._ Billy___ _I noitlcgs,. .has .come_ ..in, is incorrect. j country. A CITIZEN.BRITISH notwithstanding i its cheapness is 011 sider the chances ninety-nine: to one againstany cofbcoi&m slavery would ere this have ceasedin
ji is c copies ofhis to the authorities Washington .
mucn icareu that me of reports at
Indians have ----- best
scat very ofthc such result. In lliu
XOlther MmiiM. ..; I I meantime) we shall the District of Columbia. The of
-- people
see tercd.what If must such become is the case, I really cannot GOLD AND WIG I INFLUENCE. The number foi September) has been d'Iy." o o- have quiet till this talk is over. God; grant Washington, themselves, are in favor of abolishing i as they may be better able to judge
: of those of us who arc We are scarcely disposed to credit the (that it successful." from these to what he
I holding state ccived.i '. niny prove i in the District, and have made efforts extent i is:entitled t Ie
on. now is inents going the rounds of
and completely public prints The Publisher to petition: Congress to that effect ; and when t the laudation and gratitude of the people of
prostrated, of tllis. nndi
worse than all, our people! are respecting Mr. Maxwell, the Magazine has General Taylor's Vist.
newly appointed' "No-Parly"
the of .
< people Washington ask for the abolition that It will ofiTr better
beginning to suffer. taken region. certainly
; a
God knows collector of New York an Agency for the
of every man I whig ; but if they be purchase of Hook The York Gazette publishes! a report of ( slavery in the District, I should like to
us deprecates this true ;Mr.\ \ .I opportunity to make their after
war. With such Maxwell i h
foe not the Statuary up opinion
a ,
p what arc we to do ? Can situation under man lo 11M a Autographs!, &c., to meet orde 1 I General Taylor's speech at tint place, from see the Free Soi Democrat who would then
we be blamed for the government of ihe United from t they have seen ALL that he has written on
any portion of the Union., { dar movement then dare deny .
being too cautious T Who is States. is Money cr i which we make the following extract : oppose or
S to risk his wife and little ones so in fool.hardy an isolated as be is a foreigner I no objection by birth, or to that an individual he that be sent at his ri.k, provided it is enclosed anj ,I' He thanked his audience fur the courtesies that Congress has the power to carry out (the subject. Quere ? How do (the reports of
position r _.. .L._, where E"u___such__ ,an.enemy. .is around him T a st ronr attachment n_ -for-. .tlin.... .hn.,1_-, ,.,.r .i J.:"=" IhU"?-.:... ,. mailed in presence of the Postmaster of tli. !,' shown him by the people of York-refirred (the in the will of the ot people Columbia.And by abolishing. slavery the Col. to the Department) at Washington
.. A";; un; Uu\c-muem place ibis war in the. fly ; but the cauirel: is highly: culpable! in se. office from which it is sent. Any book oj |I to his position as Chief Magitrale of Distric and his? letter to Gov. Moscly conepondwilh

hands of our citizens ; vc have all at stake ; lecting for the most lucrative position in the derecl will he purchased at the the United States-felt very grateful indeedfor now I ask what you or I or others of each other ? The latter has been published,

0 we are now useless-awaiting the action of first State of the Union a foreigner who, and be regular prici such an office-and WOULD ENDEAVOIl our party; expect lo gain by joining the ranks the former has not. In all these matters the

strangers, in comparative idleness ; when if his fiwt entrance into office, avows his deter.mination upon. sent by return mail, enveloped i TO CONFORM TO TIIE VIEWS of the present Free Soil party.. We can gain

we had been desired or ordered, by this time I to effect the removal of an old na. strong wrappers, and carefully directed. .4
..1'. we could have cleared the country of Indian, t\.hor citizen, who had served( his dress C. W. HOLDU.V, 109 Nassau btreoi THE PARTY THAT ELECTED HIM." State officers, you have nominated a strong

and been quietly pursuing our occupation at in the hour of its adversity, and whose country char. New Yoik, postage) paid. How does the above with General'I'ahor's ticket, against which not a charge can be, I O When the Jacksonville Republican
..4 home. Such a in I brought of the slightest is the difference between
course the first iifstance: acter is above reproach. The removal from --. ------ weight. I composed Jears mere neglect,
would have saved thousands! to the National office ttl Mr. Lewis P. Clover, an aged Ocean Steamers South. I I no.party [pledges before his election 1 of men who have not made( politics a and positive insult and injurv it will understand .
treasuryand tens ofthousands: us personally who received from ox-President gentleman One of the I How often were we then told by him that he trade: and who Jo I not believe that elections the
important why of
Tyler mOlt people Florida
and in the check that our State has a minor enterprises lalyset would not be the candidate of a -thai, arc to be won as petty gamblers win chickns complain
received I. appointment.. the.New_ York custom. on foot is that connecting, ?hft S""h isili. party > moro bitterly of the conduct of the administration .
u. ( hustling in hat. All present
burg, &c. lu e, fiRs exciipu universal indignation. Mr. the if elected, he would do nothing to promotellart I) pennies a are unitod
i JAMPA: FL.t., A t'o. 27th, 1849. Clover received his appointment in consider Kurrpean world by Ocean Stearncrs.Ji;: ; I schemes-that he must into ( ; minor questions of local policy, pet son.iii in reference to the Indians than

"That the Indians have coilly and deliber. ation of his sufferings \vhilo American is said that a gentleman has recently arrived I go office I I partialities concerning candidates, have all they did of the conduct of the last one. The

ately commenced hostilities, there is no doubt, ;prisoner of war in Dartmoor, England, during in this country from England, to make jr. untrammelled by party obligations ? But at t given way to one common, universal sentient Editor ought to know that it is more .
but the facts of these the that tine Democratic votes were to be ob. of union, harjnony, everything forlhe
murders, except as to the massacre of 18ir, and 'his removal, sim. rangements on behalf of an English COM. } cause i lo be let alone than to be goaded. Let
lime and names: of ply on tained. had been and the good name of the S ate. The .
persons killed 'have party grounds, is fo.nd by divers trials resolutions
3 not likely to redound to for the establishment I
pany of I him
what he
line chooses
been correctly the discredit. of those a of stean which were passed by the Conventionare say about our partvism
.4 reported, nor is there one word by whmn it was effected. that there were not Whigs enough in the
of truth in reports of Indians seen and dcpre. A smguar lad, worthy. of note, is, that at the packets between Charleston and Liverpool. country to elect a President. Democratic most exrtllent and must bring" Lack to 0 ho can got no one to believe that we are

dations: committed .wnce those first mentioned., very time Mr. Clover was sufFering in Dart. One great recommendation of a Southern liie the old Whig party those men who went wrong in defending (the State and her citizens
,. Our support was to bo secured those Democrats out from it into the Van Huren
; ,, ranks
Government is the
moor Mr.
is about prison, Maxwell exemption from ,
to take the was a subject of exposure to the cold, snow against t the insults and shameful insinuations
Indians all to Arkansas the English numbering nut a few, who felt desire that vain hopo of finding there a
a t
soon, and as I they must government. Poor, aged, and and ice, which is hazarded by steamers coin. party more of Gen. Taylor's renowned
pp'a' be caught/rrt, I apprehend some danger on Jifirm, Mr. Clover i is now deprived of a siiua. 'to Halifax, Boston and plug the distinction and contests between parties I truly devoted to the cause of human free Secretary ofWar. )

.p our frontier while Uncle Sam's boys arc catch. lion yielding a mere pittance in his New York, aid should cease, rejoiced in the dome
lag them ; !but until the catching! years: and the wealthy foreigner who declining: sailing from those prls. assurances The Whigs Vermont have now a fair op.portunily From the Detroit fi ee Press.loira. .

0 I do not apprehend any danger,commences to him elevated! to one of'the most profitable offi.\ I has long been a matter of surprise and they found in Gen. Taylor's! pledges, that, by lo distinguish! themselves in tho battle .-The democrats triumph notwithstanding .
S mall detached portions of our community.except ces within the gift of the administration !_ humiliation that Southern merchants his election, something would bo done to for the new Whig administration of Gen. the whigs and free soilers made 1

."j.. The Indian Chi and his wife Polly, this Much ha been said of British gold securing allow themselves to be should} check party spirit, and destroy parry domina Tn)lor. I have undoubted confidence that t they: bargain and united. The democrats refined
p day made their appearance in Port Brooke trhiff influence, and wo are forced to confess, New York for entirely dependenton tion. They voted for him, and secured him will do so. The Star Jf Vermont has never way to the derancl of the free soilers,

and had an interview with Gen. TwiggsI ,J with a blush, that the circumstances of tile foreign goods. What, we I (the Presidency. How bitter yet been been obscurcC; and I have no t fear and adhered to ih established democratic
: 'lit understand : would ask, is to must be their that it will creed, without From
that ho Jell the store on Pea. above leave but little doubt of the correctness prsvent Charleston and Sa. ever interpolation. the returns -

;-' .I, Creek three days before the store was burned. of Ihe charge. Ut the Senate of the United vannah from supplying themselves disappointment, now that they are grossly deceived already received, the Iowa Capital Reporter .
In the
!}t Ho says he hat been fishing and hunting on fifties see that this mailer in investigated before from abroad, and thus saving the 1 Though not a party candidate, he is: foregoing extract Mr. Marsh says eVe says :

., the coast-that he has not seen an Indian t/ieapjwntmenl of Mr. Maxirdl is cOl/rmed. of South Carolina merchants now a party President. Then he would re. cry whig in Washington, including the Cabinet Thus abolitionism and whiggery combined1

Y since 40.Le.. left the store__, nor did he know of the -Union. Georgia, and other Southern move no man from office for opinion sake, and of course Gen. Taylor also, desires in a regularly affianced marriage, solemnizedby

Ur! war mi be came to For! Hrookc. This Mr.\ Staten from a long_ trip. to Northern n .norts___n hated, loathed he has that California shall present herself for ndmis. al the usual pomp and parade of an open
-J. Chi has long claimed friendship for th- whites Great Inducement.California adven. with the heavy charges (incurred for freight; 1 proscription ; now been have been beaten, as bad if not worse

'r.";. and frequently' expressed fears;, of the Indians, turir, writing to his friends, says that when We hope the time is not far distant when all in office eight months, and the number of the I skin with a proriso AGAINST slavery. Has he than before, and that too under (the most ag

j!' on this account. lie had deposited ho firM went to the diggings 'he hadn't a the proscribed roaches five thou and.O I told the truth, or has he not ? We offer this gravated circumstances detraction and scandal
I some goods consumed in the I
.;.. money with some one at the Fort, and of rag on hu back, but now ho is covered with be South will dilemma to our whig friends, and ask them t to in circulation against our candidates,added
'" he does t them. entered at our Southern cities. We are indebted to our friend Louis to loss of about half
course not wish to forfeit it by a hos. choose between its two horns. One or the a twenty democrats to
: tile movement on his part. Some think}, Chi Esq., late Senator from Alachua, for, thai number of whigs, In of IbO
IT unavoidable consequence
5I ((1)I) Gen.
WILMI.OTOSept.". 13. Yellow Tun U' : Taylor and I
:", is a rascal, and others say he is a true friend. Dip Tur. A TEn CUKE: JOURNAL is a beautiful two numbers of ihe Panama Star. Cholera' California fever.

I : I I have no knowledge of him from which to pentine, 52.30 ; Virgin Dip, $3.15 ; Hard, monthly periodical Iu/lhhec by Fowler! & seems lo be extensively prevailing in the isth- his Cabinet wish California admitted into ihe

1 judge, except that ho; and his wife Polly get 81.20.: Pitch; $1.00.Nzvnr.it Wells, 131 Nassau street, New York, at the mus. The Star mentions death of num. Union with n proviso dgainsl slavery ; or ((2)) NEW YORK, Sept. 10.-500 L&ri. North

(athletic frequently) gloriously rfriHifc:-"lie is a strong, ; x, Sept 10.-OU Dip $2.00 ; price of$i per annum. I contains variety her of Americans___among others, Capt. K. Gen; Taylor han elevated to a most distinguish. Carolina sold 82.75 per 230 Ibs. 500( ( U'if-i! I
morose looking ed office who
nirui. Virgin, 52.50. Tar, 41.4'..". of useful and entertaining matter* IL, Floyd, laic of U. 9 .Army.. a man for party purposes, has min ln Common Rosin, $I.0. 400 Spirits

told a dcibcratcfczfschojJ.! U every \big Turpentine at 3;i :a :;6, to 36 a G7c CM.b.r .

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in Texas. t the xvorld. Convinced that 4."j
Indiana as xve are Gen [FOB TilE FLORIDIAN t JOURNAL. I -- ---- -- -- -- -
The GcneraTGovcrnmenl has at length de.termined Taylor I knows all these facts and is well acquainted I TO HIS EXCELLENCY GOV. MOSELET.] of of f Ibis Ihe land foul have enlisted for the extermination : do far better than this, while others scarcclx Notice. -
monster. Yet there is
with herctofoic nol thai (r. realize t MstJrn..
its mode of tactics in dea!. our sufferings xxeleally months after date, I will apply to the
to change I Sir-Distinguished ganised, systematic social effort THREE
expected ere this rome efficient mod of as you are for your love making that On the Verba river, fifty! miles from its JucT-jp of Probate for the Crunty' of Jirf,
in" with! the Indians \\io' hare, for so man* j pnitfctiun: in xvhich we line much deceived i of liberty, order and good morals, and devoted its importance demands. The approach of mouth, miners have recently commenced fersnn for )leave to sell! the personal estate of Thomas

months been devastating, \\ilh impunity)', the <>ui selves. to the advancem '0! Society in nil the elc. the Asiatic Cholera to our shores has n'r working and. liiive been highly successful.On Stephens deceased. .

of Texas. The utter imputencjr of! meuts that contribute to its well being I shall justly filled the country with alarm. Com// Feather ffvW, also, new discoveries have OCTAVU II. OADSDE.V,
frontiers l be cils and boards of I Guardian of thechildren of said Thomas
pardoned for health have
A kick up in New England. addressing you thus publicly united to pre. been made.
I'nited tats Kcgulars for warding off the ((1101 only as an individual, but as the Executive vent its approach, and mitigate its evils. Ve the weather Jt'fferlon Stephens, deteatfd.
We take the following from the Although has been excessi i ely County,Sept. 22. 1S19. 37 2jm3m i
asMiulls of the Camanchcs from the frontier, P'nnsy1'1 l head! of) a people over whose destinies you set, from infected ports are held at quarantine, hot it is j not accompanied by the amount of .

..1tkIII1)1s< ) has, after so long a time (\(1 vanian: of the 21th nit. The Bo have watched with a commendable! fi.lelily, ) while d.smfecting. agents are freely used.- sickness anticipated. A few cases of sickness Lost' t
i i"r(1
pccei;red by Gen. Tailor-dexoteiity: i. f>- tipt, a staunch Federal Taj lor paper, alluJesto !. on a subject of much needed moral reform I This is right-is a wise and prudent precau exist in the valley of the Sacramento, and the A PROMISSORY NOTE for one humlrnl and
subject vastly important in its tion. But, why be so careful eighty-five dollar:. lIi ijjned bv Larkin Bfll.
l the enmity existing between bearings and to arrest one thermometer stated to have: reached 145 ptyihle -
partial as he is lo the standing army, anu honest"i i influence on the of plague. while,! there! is another toj.tn Dar"ey or order one d..y alter dale. i'en I
j rights man and the advancement at work : ill the shade. about I7lh
i John Davis and Daniel Webster follows carry Aput, Isl'J. All
as : persons are hereby
.tr.. as seems )his prejiiJiccs against xolunleers. I of society, politically, morally! and mg thousands and} lens thousands, an. Provisions are plenty at the mines nndgoods caurioncd,) against! trading for said note.

Gen. Hroukc who holds command in I! It has been a matter of l public notoriety, pecuniarily. I do not address jou, Sir, under nutll.).?-\_.,., hold. __tho_ Cholera. infection atn..r. can be obtained at Sacramento at Francisco JOHN DARSEY. .
the .., ,.';.," .11 Decatur Co Ga.
has made a requisition the Gov. t hat tho relations of our distinguished Senators I l apprehension that you cr.n of jfiur' >elf 'I', ? "- lUlU um,\ iiranny rum, cm, svhs. prices. l.nsiness is brisk at the former Sepfember 2i, 1913. 37 3t .
TellS upon, t to each other of f bring about the desired l key and their pestilential JI .
of were a decidedly unfriendly information : but in. confederates to enter place, and improvements rapidly for. I
crnor ()f the State for three companies character ; but Mr. Dads had a perfect rteht fiuence from, the high and commanding posi. our cities, lo pollute and destroy public ward. Property 'which three months going since A. E. MAXWELL > .

mounted men, \\ho are at oncn to be mustered* to exert his influence to exclude r. Websterrom I l ion which you occupy can always be power morals, and to fill *u often the drunkard's sold for four hundred dollars, now commands A7lr Fl1 }W i L.j.\ 'Y1'I I !

into the sen ice of the United States. The ( the Cabinet if he disapproved of his fully exerted through: those social channels giavo will, its besotted victims ? Is it rational from ten to 'fit"en! thousand dollars. 11TILL attend all the Courts or the Middle Cir; I

late administration, at the conclusion of the going there ; and Mr. Webster :and his friends which bring the citizen in contact with their ? Surely not. The average length of Ihe passage of Amcrican V V cuit. 53- OlSco back of t the Floridian & -. 4 !

Mexican doubtless acted unwisely in had a perfect right to prc't'ntIr.) L'ixvrenc V .highest_ public! officers.Ve Then is ii not time I thai the! good citizen, vessels from the Atlantic coast has Journal Reading Room. ,r,

war, receiving the nomination: (for the Vice Piesi.i.dt'ncy. are living, Sir, in an age of wonders. whether occupying. hirrl.,: atsonn".r-- -. -_ .' ." nr.II.' I. I been 1G3 days. Since the sailing ofthe last Tallahassee; July 2s, 1S-I9. 20BAGGING r
suffering all the companies ofthe Texas Hangers if it nomination Revolutions in all ling subordinate! stations in J
they thought a 'not fit things hut morals have but Society, lieginto steamer the number of persons arriving at San
I i
be disbanded. is true that thereMasan be made.' t to be willed take pioper views of this ROPE-Just received. .
to I to and the energy of thc public! subject, and to act as Francisco has been 3,014. P*. Bjjrsjirg. >

excuse for it in the peacable disposition The Transcript is published by the State mind i carries them out. Physical science for become rational; men ? The Empire City has $600,000 in gold fty Coils Rope
i instance, under the direction of almost Thus much, Sir, preliminary a discussion dust. Charleston 10.) ills. Tvx Sue, .
which the at that time evinced. super.uman Mercury.
savages Printers of Massachusetts the (following h ingenuity" has triumphed over ofthe evils of intemperance, Ihe causes, and A ,full supply of the above article .will Lv kept t
Hut relieved from their supposed -- -- -- ---- -------- -- cor.stanilv: on hand, the by.
no sooner xvere they remedies. In -- during season
talk be taken
plain must to I I.
mean something.In impossibilities, outstripped imagination, my propose to notice Cure for Headache and Nervous
dread of the daring horsemen, who under I writing of the new foreign appointments, annihilated time, overcome spice, and tichic- some of the evils growing out of the use of ar Irritability. Tallahavce, Sept. 15, ISta. 36 4 \ I

Hays, McCuIloch% Walker and other?, had so t that papervith substantial marks of feeling, red results: that excite the profounadmira.! dent difccu spirits and if my limits will then permit, The following( letter from the dis'ins mhetl Edward : -- -' - -

(frequently and so severely chastised them, continues l lion and wonder of the world. Manual to i the causes to some extent which I H.: Phelp3, M. D., Professor Ther.iprutics and. New Fall and Winter Goods.

: bor, entailed by our federal head, and enfor. have so Hooded the land xvith intemperance, Materia Alcdica in Dartmouth Collegf, is worthy oJ rvllE UNDERSiGNED informs his customers and I
their incursions.
than they resumed marauding What possible claim had young Messrs.Critienden red by the stern belies of Jehovah himselC] and finally to propose and advocate a careful reading; : I the public Z'u nerally. that he has agents rf experience
The rings (If ihe whites on the Texas Clay and Davis to their appoint; ofremecJ-'es. Astern Me!"rs r. UHINLKY & Co. : and capacity, in the cities ot New York.
6u( has to a great extent been, overcome by steam QI: Cl". You ask me to and Huston, tor the purchase of gods suited this
give my opinion of he Fluid E.tract t to
border] have been most heart reuding. Take! ments, except the accidental qualification of and other appliances' of art. The remote and ; of Valerian which jou prepare. Were it a- market ; and that he will, in a few days be receiving

fur example what has befallen the inhabitants birth ? I How many "older and better eol- hitherto almost inacccssable corners of the LATER FROM EUROPE. secret remedy or a patent medicine,I certainly: oti'.d awl will continue to receive during the fall and
diers" xvere pushed aside to make place for globe huve been hi' almost into not reply. But from the honor.blt'.pound which winlt'r. n large and well assorted stock of. AMER1V
ol Corpus Christi, which is not more exposed ought contact. The. faIT
t these tons ol Senators ? oj Hungary: confirmed-Georgy a you have taken in this mat ter,and knoum: :: also the CAN, BRITISH. FRENCH GER IJ\S. 1TALMN
than other portious; ofthe frontier. The Star *' In the case of ; of Hy) the power of stenm! propeily controlled pri\onf a! Olliiiutz-Escape nf Bern and .: iahcr! you h.tve bebo! \\ed upon lhn preparation' I am AND INDIA GOODS, embracing every article.sla- :
isecietaryi-hsp Legation and directed, we navigate: with dispatch the Kotsuti into 7'ur1eand I willing to !:;ire publicity! to my opinion of f the pIe or fancy, usualtysold in this market The facilities .
of that place' says, under date August 16th : in i England. xve regret most sincerely, on Mr. common) highways of nations ; the t) canvas of r ra land-- in probably to fng. parar ion referred to. Ever since our knowledge Pte-of winch he now possesses for k'jepinjj rn handa ,

.* Murder, rapine and plunder are of most !4avv1 ence's account, that he has been depii- pio-perous commerce whitens I lie bosoms of E Market ijttirs Italy and France-The \ organic chemistry has heen ko much increased, we constant cupnlr! of new and de-ir ble goods. enables t
daily! occuneijce. Within the lat four ved of the invaluable services ofJ r. IJiod- while -Crops, state of trade, 4c. havi-. fntu.tl( cut that many: very excellent remediesare him to offer much jrreate? indjcrmenM lo hifriend4agd ._
sea, thai hitherto
) wild
dcclricity I
every ,
,, I
in the the
natural state so combined! jin-J associated public, both in prices and assortment..
months txxcniy-four citizens of our little town h head the late Secretary ; a gentleman most t ; uncontrolled and imponderable agent of nature The IHlish Meamer Kuropa, arrived; at j I i with other principles oto render them inJ than heretofore. These wilb strict attention lo Lu- !

alone have been murdered by the Indians ; admirably q ,inl.ficd for; the post t ; (f the most 1 has been harnessed, pressed into service j,! Halifax:: a the llth, xvith Liverpool dates to !f: decree ujele-i* to U4. This was remarkably the jrreat case sinesi, he hopes will rrceive for him a liberal sharq I

$ OOOO worth! of proper! has been stolen acceptable: ; address the largest t experience in and made t the medium of communicating thio': the 1st jut.lhNGEV.'J'hio. j \\ith! the Valerian.Ve could riOt u-e it as ollen as I of p:1lro"lJgJ orders promptly executed, and ..
aflliiis.: well versed in fall r-c wished, because of the great buk! both of pvery efiort made to give satisfaction- The under
and carried away ; ranchos, farms and settlements European languagesand with a rapidity t hat refuses the agency of t lime. of Hungary i is con. I and infusion powder siznrd will also 1
which purchaie- :'ni make liberal
in the country have been politics and au fait of all matters per. If we tuin from the il1clt'asin.trio firmed, :ul the papers are filled with the was nece-nary to threw into '
destroyed ; steadily ept'cu'i stomach in order roget a fulletli-ct.. Nausea and advanceson shionients. to his friends in New York. ).
ail commercial intercourse wilL Mexico (one t taming to the diplomatic: bureau. It is dim to umphs of physical ', t the eye is greeted _lations.._......a to.(Ihe_ ..causes of the, tli_ :uler. One I even vomitin-r resultd from the large do>c". This S. ... BURNEY.
of our greatest sources of xvealth:' ) is entirelyrut Mr.r Laxvrer.ce to say, that he was solicitous! by t the not much less wonderful changes I that I iC\\IIUCII I- mai A me surrender ii the result of j compelled. .1._. .1.I_us_ _abandon.. its! .use. Chemistry -hrmed September 15, 19.t 19. 36 ::4
ofT, and( xve are left, impoverished hed by these for the retention of this gentleman in i the post are daily occurring in the political ImegiJi ial wis opened at the suggestion of file j I: Valprianic ut 111-41 ineariive acid principle is a pecnliir acid (the -- .

(outrages, to the payment heavy ex- he graces. Mr. Drodhcad is no polilician.-j The subjected and down.trodden t worltJ.1 ((50veriiiiir.nl, prompted by its anxiety in the root In)your which method exists of only) in small quantity Education. I fl

rn ('s necessary for the defence of a wide He has no paitizan: ; ( gratiY'j( Kmope hive caught the sentiment of liberty to get th' Russian, army out of Central Europe principle H i detached fnm the preparation;mUBt'lIing coR.stilucnts active .- milE I : citizens of Tallahassee and vjcinity are reptctlully *-*

tirontier." He I would have I been to Mr.l \ ( t and equal rights fiom their transatlantic1 I I as301, as I'O H.1' This may I be till', of the root, and obtained in sl'lurion.rr MaleSciiouI'under informed the direction IbM 'the aid exercises, instruction of the-of .! i

In addition to this, we copy the following mo m )t agreeable of auxiliaiies i : and! we can see j |brethren. Their thrones and dynasties instantly but the incondiiioiial; surrender of the Hun- j may a solution tlwn! lc>ok of upon V.ilerianic;\our Fluid Etlnct of Vateranas XEix.wiIIbe resumed. ou Mon ) 'IrheRevWJLLIAI

neither m h)me nor leason in his being thrust i j.. crumbled to dust. Crowns that ha>'c ar a i fcc S SI' m tube peremp'orih i .sisted !1 article Acid. The action ot Ibis day, the Is! of October. Terms33usual.
extract from a letter from the frontier pub. ,i upo'llht' nervous system is ntn st t happy in all: t -
aside for a young man, who, howeier worthy j been upon byluasiamil! .\ui lria. Tue"Kuasiau ,! where
ca-es the The
dispensing t tyranny and oppression forages ; i, sum total of nerrnus i is he- next session of the Leon Female Academy-
iished in the last .V. O. l'icayune.'I and intelligent he may be brings no claims : !laded' and lost their tmgic. Kings and army coiisted .f nine Divisions, embraciivr j j171,000oot :! low the healthy rtandJrd, and it hence energy beeorcej a : under the instruction of Mrs. E. A.NtiL, will rom, .

Fo upwards of six months the citizens of superior to tlioss that could be presented by j de."|>uts fled from their seats of power and I, ( 30,000 horse, amid 804 canllon. I most important remedy. We owe yon and I i/thers ntnce (ll.e 1st Monday in October ,

these frontiers have 'been harrasfed and dig.tressed 333 joung lawyers i in Court street, save the I limn tile presence of their enraged subjects.. The '\'I' ian army ofEijhl Divisions, consisting Valerian minj! thanks into fur rosmnier.t putting! so valuable a lemedy as the Ta1Jat.a osee. Sept. lo; ISfO. 3C-6vv

'by :most ferocious I Indian enemy who fact t that he is the son of a Senator. The great ecclesiastical head of the Papal) of 9300 foot, 10,000 horses ami ;344 I' Your respectfully shape, for use. -

hate located themselves within a shoit! t dis. ** Mr. Iliies, our new Minister to France, | Church,, seated as he supposed, and as (!he cannon : taking a combined fbrce nf26. I EDWARD E. PHELPS. M. D., For Sale. "

tanre of our most populous frontier wit lemon's! i is said have urgpd the appointment of his n>n world supposed, in the hearts and affections, OtJo) foot, 7.1OU( horse, and 1MS cdnnon" I Piof. Therapfutics and JIat. MeJ in DJrtI b--- rl'I1E HOUSE AND LOT formerly wctt-,, .1
order thus be Paris. This j' The I March! 15, l&t- rn-tifb Ii:'!. 'd by Jude l>roonie. known as the
in to better abe! to make their as Secretary at was very properly : of his people and goal dc', by the bayonet, ha s luigarian forces were .divided into j K.: BRINLEVfc ('0., Sole Proprietoii College., -----A ut finNllpt'rty-avt'ryd : -residence. .
frequent incursions ofmurde r and robbery refused ; but a creat blunder has been been of his nine Divans, or rather distinct armies Xos. and For t'o .
upon ejected stripped pontifical r-'bes, num 3 1 South side Famiil; Hull!!, K .Jrn. terw'&c apply B. C. LEWIS.
us. Indeed upwards of ole hundred citizens i in substituting !lr. Alyne Oli t i. I If t the object'i' and driven a wanderer and outlaw from his : bering hull 20-0,000) men. These I)i\'i io8 LEWIS: x AJIE-s Sep!. .! j. lStl 3-:

tiHve been baibarously murdeied by them ; were to select an invoice of kid gloves, or toI' terrilOl ial dominions. The old wor'd' has j were scatied oxer the country anj were cutoff Sole A ent- for Tallahassee..September ---'- -.

fnme t(1 or twelve families, chiefly composed decide upon the merits of an opeia dancer. or been thus convulsed, despotisms oicnhrown! II I or caaed| in dct.lillJr the combined! ar. -------- -.----- .----- "--- ------- ------'------ --- House to Rent.

of/ li'malf )hav been earned off into captivity, a primn donna, this gentleman might be sent, :' and something like republican trues. Qtt: 13, 15W. A'ih.: WILL. be rented at Atrctoa, by R IF. Ben

after witnessing the murder of I their husbands! ; on his own pI{.(lI1i II t'lit qualification! for the (.'ttIli1, hf'J. These have been governments great exenN |I Iin hLA1'E' one of f the Hungarian Generals (mlenlClZIIa'in; determined not to be a ;.!'!i'; rr, on Satard.iv! CDtb! &September the lIrus-3(

or fathers ; ana mothers frquentl.hlu'e had m mission. Hut the object being to represent! i history-triumphs of popular sentiment and it is said, ill holds on to tl.e strong fortress ]I didate ion ilajor General ii the approaching; can-I the t-l occupied October.: by TEKMS JM. Barry-jCofes'with! pr.ssessioa approved pirerjon I

their children torn axvaj' from them, nevermore American republicanism! with due regard to civil liberty which give !peculiar brilliancy to : oj Coinorj, (;'i.orjry Las been sent prisrJnt"r j i I lion, you will pirate discontinue my name: aJ Ouch security, payable! Q' rrerl\. .

to behold tll'l in thii. world. Besides I I the fitness! and claims of the individual, i few( '| the chronicles of i ihe nineteenth century. Hut, i to (O.iniit Bern and Kossiith are reported >j i in: your paper, anti oblige Your, THOS. J. PERKIN5

1111 atrocities, not less than forty thousand ,appointments more objectionable could have : Sir, while these reforms and revolutions have, to have caped into Turl.:111I11110. i latter I ij i A. K. ALLISON. Stjfen.Scr lo, ISJD.) Agent 30 T. D. \-\'tHO&S.

dollars worth of property has been either to- h been made. His claims were, that he was I| been progressing) in the old world, and while i I j is reported have s.iled. for England, ca rry. i ij I j $3I: I ----
respecttully announce myself ton f l1ow-
\\n\ or dt"troJ.d ; so that til's.* frontiers are the son of his father, and had tome great man our own people under the sanction and pro. I| mg xxith hi, the Hungarian crown and jewel '! citizens of Leon Sale of Florida Lands, I
County candidate
II 33 for the Office
and almobl for his IJac1 | .
abandoned.4' :er.
\ lection of well ballanced
a have and Lt'J and
government If Clerk of Leon Circuit W/iarrcsin cilyofApalachicoJa. .
'ul.! II. L. Kinney alone cannot have lost This looks! like rebellion, in a quarter that I been steadily{ advancing in wealth, iu science II .\ lettpfrom Kn"'IJI1I: written before he tion in October next. Court.JohN at the B.cnsuingelec-KEEN. :lachlcula; Land Company will offer for, ,

1f1;! than twenty thojpand dollars worth of has been all loyally since the days tJftllC Hart. and the improvement; of machinery, how little was injured of Heorgy's (' :( .' contain. Tallahassee rrH'p Merchants'_ Excr-arge the City of
all best :... f' ..1., __ __ .' _. July I 1, 1SI.
his stock ,,
propt.r. having been stolen, J ford Convention.Mechanics' j attention has been paid to those not less es- !; ''' i i.a UIIII,,:/;, ,? Uje 11CI1'C'lesIIt's oil ;'ew Yer:., nfl tVd"p !JV, tLe tlfh r!nf rtf Jutv nert I

his bert ranchos entirely destroyed, sential: moral improvements and reformations ; t the caiKoi: the Magyars, is said to have ,I ._.rJ0"1'. ___ ..an.. .:.aUlnorizt'. ... .._a .d..;..7TT.tf'tn.. \ .\It taQ'unce! I I at map 12 01 o'dorkruf tn" \In.JJIV OJ' ril" ftTT..t.:,1"ro.itr.are ir"--id11,) I n"I r.l.f :
and the .people! either murdered or have had I that should! march hand in hand xx'itli science ? l been tounliy c tl I., .A...c6 i4'I.I -. i Leon Circuit Courtatbeensuingetectine -f and Iii yen,and "re amit_,I he most desirable! for rci- ;' W I'll
of Clerk of
t-iirh hair-breadth escapes that they will not Wages in CaliforniaThe j On these subjects the public mind has !lagged I I! I.I I is us sg togo into fnitherdetails.1 I The. 1 dences, as well as purposes of bt1"rn'.::.. I't J. "'j
tHurn he has been Nantucket contains letter from j I l hist have been I in October next.i ,1lot the Whan63 iinc! %Vharf.niht3 belonging to
; consequently obliged to Inquirer a a No effort has been fnrw.trdimj : : sparkif liberty seems to extingtii I --- "
to --
xvanting -
: --- ------ -- ..
toiego$ all his tat rning .projects, and his limitsate : Yankee (a carpenter) who went from Peruto I ;'rovenioiils of a physical! character press and to ( t >heiu Europe. I II |I
much reduced for stock breeding., In 1 Cali fOl'lli:1. We extract from the letter the j dox-elopethe resouicesof the country, but how j I GCIOI.lt; appear; that the scheme of i I EDWARD: FOOTMAN* ., as a Candidate fcr George's S.'Uhd, or I> i.y,adjoining the citydescribed

1.t he has been compelled to abandonlands : L:.1 i have xve met and how overcome those UJ'rnlwhich ;. c nfedera proposed by Pm!h: Saxony 'j the of2ce -)f Tax Assessor and Collector for the oni a map I'f survey ot lo? lots made by R. B. Ker* '
and large (quantities of stock to th.! > h. j following relative to his receipts and expend-! obliquities and I HanCr, has been intified b) sex-en other ;- County of Leon, at the ensuing election in October.5CJ The>e lotsraiy in size i: from 3 oF) acres eac:,act f\ '

os. I'',.l.-g.-- -! .fTi..* 4.li..t>-nn- .mnnfnc-......-_. .fin. cltc. '' impede our progress and Slatei Seven others have announced are very desirable for buiMinzstte(( ? or cultivation. '':
cia 'J- mar the IJ'autalld. harmony our higher WE areauthon/ed and requested! tnanuou&re .-?/,(, I the unsold Lts at .itlar.d :Bluff, on theApalachicula :
At one of Kinney's ranchos, about fiveuiiiffcfioni When I landed in San FnncUco I had and more sacred relations ? J They 'have not t their inteion to ratify) and seven others: had RONEY candidate for the Office KtvtT.aboutG miles: troin the Ciiv.as :
0. I
Corpus C'J.j"ti' some three weeks twenty dollars in my pocket. The following I! been properly met. Shall I disclo'e to ;j h not decla-d. Mr. JAMES as a described the u.ap I.r S'JIH'Y naJe by R- B. Ker, t':',
: on Collector for Leon
Io a whole! family was either murdered) or statement will show yoU how much I baeearnd |', tho monster, ;the j,la! ;ic, the ju'st Hence! xvhich j i!! Ilrssi.vThe Uu.sian Minister, nt Paris, j of Tax .\;ssor and in October net.iCj County eaeh lot being ".V> 1"?et in Irnstlt and 200 feet in ''I I.

dragged into capliv.ty; for nothing is knownalout since my arrival I here : !;; xvalketh in datkncM and xva -tth at nooniJ.tr, ;' h has fiieily assured the French Government ;at the ensuins election width.saiituIs&c.!They are.eligible wood-yardi.ship-yarcs I 0..

: them, excepting that a man's hi'a.d was IXnentliturp: frnm1arrh! ht to June 2d, $131 TM : and xxhich i is, in my opinion, the greatest t one.r', 'ihat i the Jnperor never t thought; of rritorial I ( WE are authorized awl requested' to announce. .-mo, St. Vincent's I.-UnJ, lying opposite the I

.lotind tied up in a sack, so much disfiguredthat Cash un band, June Jd, 0(3( r j ,| my xvilh which we ham lo contend ? II i js :: aggrandirment, aud that he will recall his I DANIEL McKAENY as a candidate for the office ofTax mouth ibe river Aratacblr'Ia.COflt310i" an area II

it could not lJ rccolizer, and left hag- -'1,121-(00) I h'rCIPEIt.\\cc-lhat soul as xxeil as body'1.! *troop*as'lon as the Hungarians have !laid Assi-sor and Collector for Leon County,at the of lS'Jl c'owlh 1 acres (of excepting Luc ,Oak 10 and.acres other sold,)trees having, and a

inJon< a tree near ,lanco. which had been Deduct what I lud when I armed, -0 OJ t destiojing )pestilence which is spreading its !,: don the arms. election in October; next. much Ihritfy fertile Iand.smtahe! t If the growth cf Cotton -. I

'niirely destroyed ; every thing was stolen, -- blight and mildexv on the xhule. face of nature. I!I,I FU\\l.-The esident of France is a. SiuJtr, Tobacco,theTropical Fruits, and for Garden
and the Total amount of earning* in thtpejnonlln, $1 lUJ J 00 of the. S3* The follow! gentlemen will be supportedfor ;
stuck belonging to the farm has not Here is h boul (tu 5 married to the daughter t cultivation.! Il'tr'lll.O l
It be
been sen.i inco'. About ten days four During the whole of March I Ihad but 83 slow in its our enemy. may considered ,,, King ofireden. The French Assembly hasadjournetamid County Cor uuiontr: f'r Leon county, at theelt'clioninO.tohHnt'xtviz. of Sale.-Ten per cent. in cash,on the day ..1 ;
ago day which the } } i approaches, yet it is fixed to iu Col. J. J. MAXWELL ; -
then excecditig$54J0.the
highest all
men were killed and another left the per was wages I Ii 1 all politica' excitement has of sale, amlon purchases "
on spot i purpose, sure in its results. To ascertain the ..r WILLIS and I in cash in20 day thereafter when, the deeds
Two thirds of JAMES balance '
tor dead within three miles of this place paid. my expenditures thus j I I i su" iI"ll.; (;Jen. () mdiuiot has been recalled JNO. S Sti EPP.tD, over100, a '. 'Iio.
; magnitude an evil, xxith the view of deter-l! MAY Vc will be delivered. .Ou all purchases rJ
while another far, have been for articles which I now have \ : WILLIAM S. MURRAY.[ TT.R! \ I ,
par'CI closer to town, \ :j mining the effort to it it from Koir.i credit of one and two years will be given Icr one-i, .
Mopped a man (plr. Ayers) on his \\'a.to on hand ; consequently my expenses fur the |1! is usual lo icviexv I necessary its effects. How suppress i i' Ir ..'AtF.iirs are quite unsettled andtliJiI'illties :EDWARD M. WEST, will be support ha'lofthepurchascmollpythe balance! to be paid ;!
(;ioliad. They robbed "him ofthe next three months, will not be more than one \ can wedo heI ct'llthe Pope in cash in2uda\3 alter the sale, when in ca!es where 7 .
'Iorsc he in this f- ;apjiiehended( \ ed al the ensuin election for the offce ot CCUT.tyCommi f I
instance Where ; be taken
third of the while I have : so ? would wc i I the purchase is less that $-2000( noles will
preceding doubt
tuile, a mule laden with merchandise, and no l. find 'language and figures compiehensivr i'and Fiene'Army: noxv 10,000 strong, under ioner, by !MANY VOTERS. fur the rredit portion, payable one and two years ) "i ,
&.*IO() in cash, then him that wages \\illbe higher for tome time to I ------ -- -- 1 r :
snipped entirely naked Geu. Pastlan.! -- ------ with interest at (' per cer.t. per annurI.a.ndcon'ract3
enough to : idea of the sad ,
and turned him adrf to scive them )a target come. Tl.c present rate of wages range I I of convey any raxMge* '| Pope Pis postively refines to recognize as CG- WE are aulliorutU and requested to announce exchanged-deeds to be delivered when_ the pay- I
to shoot at. fellow made from $12 lo ':15 per day ; boaid, $ l.1 per Iltemperance'ulllmt'smilt, be written, his soldier'any!( who han born" arms against: t Co!. JOHN MILTON as a candidate for Major General meats are etnpteiid.< On all purchases of 20uO ;I
most miraculous poor fiom a week ; washing, 80 to 83 per dozen." the tears xviongrd and injured innocence, if I other hand the French of the l 1st Division P. M., at the election on the and upwards the deeds will be delivered in CO days
him. Oahe ,
escape a haibarous they could be g-jlhercd, might make an ocean, I ; glJ't'ru.II1l'lIt in October next.COTHE after the snle, and bonds and tnort;a es taken for the* :
death by having of mind. The same correspondent : Iav recognized all who are willing to I first Monday and two with
presence Being says the blood that has flowed al its bidding would | : credit portin, ra.'ab1e *n. one years "J
close to the Araiisar be threw himself i continue i the General L. A.THOMPSON! interest at 6 cent. per annum .
into I send you a California half-eagle ; it is foily; limes rt'.tt llIge the field of Waterloo army. friends of per I '
is unincnnbered. It. r.
it. keeping himself much under water as worth more than the U. S. half-eagle, being I the vice, the ciime, the mUcry, which has: i EXGL1n.Thc.cholera is quite fatal inLondon. :I announce him as a candidate for Major-General 01 l the U The a : whole of the ol thi" Forbes" property Purchase," belonging to }.h
possible, until he got quite out of reach ofshot, 'heavier and without alloy. They are madein folloxved in its train defies calculation. The I II tMoney( continues i abimJant?, and the First Division Florida Militia, at the election on.the Apalachicola Land Company. The title is derived f

and thus got back to Corpus Cut i ibi alive the a building which I have jiM ni'lH'cI.3I1d death, temporal and eternal, (ah here is an best? jupelis discounted at ii J per cjnt. The first Monday in October next. from the Spanish Government,.confirmed by
following day. News anives here almost (for these two days past I have been assistingin item beyond the estimate of finite mind.) all prospect Ir a good harvest t i is fine, and trade J the Supreme Court UnitedStates.and Patent 4
I authorised and to announce tli.e United.
every day of fresh murders and distresses i iu the districts good. gCWK are requested therefor issued to the proprietors ky I
and striking them off.: The proprietor has, .I remind us of a high imral duty-the duty of I "OJ) ALFRED A. FISHER as a candidate for reelection States. The usual Trustees deed wfll be given lo the
we cannot po out three miles in Farm. fered equal share in the fiJr8GOO I i ---- -
fufet) me an concern j enlisting ag.iiii.si t I this our common enemy. I If the o'Cice ofShenittofLeon Countyatthensain. purchasers.
ing and cattle breeding are virtually' ni end, but I think I can do better at my busi it was an enemy which like modern p{. tllC'IICc' LITER FROM CALIFORNIA. .to flection in October next. Maps. mav be, had, at the Office of the forwarded Company,
Tir.ii ni will be by
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is ? ??? nr
commerce -
completely stopped and in fact ness. It pas well however. For example, approached us and receded periodically, tht'ie n tTI'Pbllr Sent. 1 't.-The steamer Km.pire ;' to the subscribe!* at saiu el-,
v-e are entirely cut off from our lands, as arc after giving me $14 for my labor yesterday, would, apprehend, be but I liltle t diU'icu'.ty'! in | | -City:: Arrived' at New YOlk yesterday, I I \ ; authorized and requested to announce lice mail, from upon vhhnia application, may be obtained any further information -

'the inhabitants of most of the towns in this! the proprietor made a clean profit of 875.- enlisting against it a united social clK.it.( |5nt j i brin-'ing Sli: Francisco dates to the :31: of Au- .I Mr. FLETCHER WlllTAKER as a candidate for the that may be desired. i

section of Tex at, for the Indians actually hold lie buys his gold generally for S10 an ounce,, not so. It has antiquity for its parent. rust. Theicamer California arrixed at Panama I office of SherifTof the Co.unty of Leon, at the cn.-u- New York, April 27,15-19. .

,Military possession of the country. Unless though he gets some as low as 815." <'mi ess was amongst the first evils that Drullli.1 on theZoih August from San Francisco, I log election in October. (!CJ- The above sate is postponed (to the tenth of i

wimp prompt and efficient assistance is sent us, ted themselves after the flood. The patriarch j i making a jissage of liG days. She had on .__w -- -- October next, at the sate hour and place.r .
"'e shall be obliged to abandon onr homes and Some Truth in it.-The following pointed Noah selected as the best mm of the old I\ }bird 870,00'J! in gold dust, and 51 pass"n- OBITUARY. JOS DELAFIELD.' Tguste :

the rest of our herd, earned property. Theseatroritjps remarks are from an article in the North would to become the lather of the nexv, became gers, nearl) nil! of whom came on in Empire Died at Quincy on the 10tl instant ESTELLE, Signed. 1519] jF.VVIS 35 3wNotice.CURTIS.Sept. -
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are but a few the enormities comfti.ited Carolina Standard : drunken on the product of time first vineyard City. T steamer r Oregon was still at Pan- ot Philip A. and Rebecca Stockton, aged -
daughter ---
by the 'Indians. Only yesterday news You talk about Coalitions, and you af. on this side the Hood, for xxhich act a ama. She' had: been rep.iired, and would months and 4 days. -. ..
armed here that a Mr. John Sniveiy was fect to be shocked because the democrats in most rebuke administered in few 4 ,
signal was sufferej Francisco a days.
sail f for Sai; < Suffer little children to come unto m.c, rnd forbid months after date, the underpinned willaprlyto
murdered a few days ago, between, this and some of the non. la\'e holding States arc uni- an entire prostration) of all decorum and! Great; dcitt'II1lItl're\'aih.d at San Francisco them not ; for of such is the kingdom of God." i cjx_) the Hon. Jud. e of Probate (lor Leon Cqunly.tur .

the Rio Jrande. The particulars of this case ling; once more and voting together-you talk dignity ; fiial! affection 3 yielded to mockery and in cin pquenc-e of a riot which occurred letters of flismi-if>n from the Estate of Arthur I
art lot yet known. about these things Is not the mere (act that insult ; and the father, though restored U I the on the 16th of Julj-! Seventeen of Ihe 2--- Burney: sen. deceased. ; -
. Upwards of a they divided on ihe .la\'erJ question proof conclusive and :Notice to Tax Payers. JOH? S. IL'RT. E'r. .
exercise of
year ago we were promised reason, pronounced a malediction rioters wew apprehended are charged s, IS 10. 25: -Gm .
troops for the protection of our frontier by the that we have friends among them ?- on his son for failing to how! that respect with conspiring to rob the inhabitants. Theojore THE tax payers of Leon County MUST are be hereby paid by'- September I

late President, James K. I'olk but they never i How could they coalesce, if they had nol separated : which he was incapable: of appreciating, and Saunters and Samuel: Roberts, upon trial MONDAY' t the that first their day Taxes of October,as the law positively Notice. .

came. After the election of Gen. Taylor to I : ? And how could they separate, i if I which caused that fon to become a wanderer were fond guilty, and sentenced to ten t 1 forbids me allowing any lurl her dlay. Those .X BARRELS) fresh Thomaston Li -,'

the presidential chair, we nl rjtico belie\r. they had nil thought alike ? You reproach us I and a servant for life. And from that day to years imprisonment iu the penitentiary. The wh 'comr.ly with this notice wilt 1 be saved the additional .9__.J.J Kentucky Bagging,

lng most posilh'cl.that nfmJ us because Harnburners and Old Hunkers are the present has intemperance waged a war substance (f the entire news is contained in expense of a levy JAMES on their. SHERWOOD prop: rty Io make Clunny Ra ginz, I

t'ich protection as.the nature ofthe enmy united Can you point lo the first ul from upon all that was holy in religion, exalted in the folloxvidg extracts from letters dated San the laze*. Tax As'r. & Col. Leon Count v. licmpRope JfcNAUGHT. S.tt.C., fc.ORMOND.. ->

rill for, from his personal knowledge of tie free. Stale irlto ever voted against tile \\Vil-! intellect, pure in virtue, or amiabo! in the so. Francisco, August 2 l : September 2'2. JS4' 37 2r Newport Tor sale Se'pt.by S, ISIt i ). 35 -- it

Indians. ((1. Taylor i il well! aware of mot Proviso or for the Missouri.Coinjiromise ? cial afl'cclions. Strong drink, nnd not the An s'ltack was made a fexxdays since at -

trncitiet they committed during his stay at L Have you, among all your whig brethren host of Cyrus conqueied mighty Uah) Ion. the mines l,y a large party of Americans upon For, Sale, Leon Academy. .

Wpus ChrUti, and which ho could not pre : from Maine to Ohio, any man, big or little Strong chink has paved (he way to much of the tents occupied by the Chilians, and all LIKELY NEGRO MANabout 25 years of age, exercises of the Male Depat tment c-f tr fs'In- j'
tent, although who has taken such stand I I A tolerable good carpenter, by THE n for the enduing year, will ..cnhiuenceonvMonday } 41
at the time he could dispose ofaj politically ever a nttional ruin xrilh which history abounds. the properly found in them was destroyed or a t

o\verful U. S. army composed of most efficient for the South timid tor the Constitution: as' The entire population' of wise, refined and elgant wfnl.n. The excitement occasioned by this September 22, lS. Q. S.37MILLER S. KNIGHT. herg.igif.jp the Ulih of September. Charges as t '

troops and able officers. Gen. Taylor' Messrs. Cats, Buchanan, Douglass) Dickinson (' ( Athens, in the days of her splendor, lawless act was.t'r)' great and nineteen ot For any further information. plea ? enquire or j

UOAVI but tcio well that notwithstanding the I Huike, Croswell, and Forney, have done? \t're pciiodicully debased during the (feasts of ihe offenders were arrested. & BROKAW'S BAKEK.A.BV: ''

zeal 1 and alacrity of those troops, they were1ljic Who did lOll vote for, last fall, for Vice Pres. Bacchus in profound drunkenness, and consequent The new to"nonJiuing association had Sale T.llahat'secSrpt. 1, iE'-iO.' 34-.3w :
| ,inadequate to operate against the 'barUrians ident ? And who is it (hat now sits check unntteiablc obscenity and licentiousness. nearly completed its works, and shares were Livery to

with the least chance of success, fur 'by jowl' with Old: Zack, in the Cabinet at Intemperance and its affiliated vices enthralled now selling at S 1500 each.' _' r TALLAHAfcSEE, FLORIDA. Lessons in French

*e *ous which did not escape his perspicacity :: I Washington ? Ewing and Collamer, AbC, and debated Mark Anthony, and lost him Very rich desposits had been found on the subscribers have moved U' ."I heir tire-pn.ol I M1E undersigned, in compliance wilb tlie request ,J HI
ucb. m tile},, litionists the union of the South of American river, at a place THE Stables, and lake this opportunity to in J. cf several gtnlkmeu desirous to Uaru the
enemy's thorough knowledge! of notoriously- the command of the world. Intemperance, : North Folk their friends and the public generally of the French Largnaffe, has piocund the old Re ding
tlie form
country, which enables him lo lake ndvan- ern planter with the free soiler of the North and its I indl'ed'iees, ate growing mightily known as Smith's Bay, and the diggings hid fact. Deing thankful the liberal patronage they Room of the Froridian Office, over !Ihe Store of Mr .' .

taRe ofevery small bye-path through the dense Have you ever thought of that 1" upon the very pillars of our own happy fabric. been attended with great success. A Haiti have heretofore received they solicit a continuance Hoc where he wilY give a w-ms: 01 Le>son?, cunmencingou d 4

tnapparal of these} endless prairies government nnd humanity seeps over its inorran had lately arrived from thf m bavins ot the same, and pledge themselves to spare no painsfor the first September. He wilt attend
; -eondly, who there from 1 0 ocr. rk. A. M., and from 4 to ff
accommodation ot those may patronise r< #1I
worth of I the
,' jiatjon being chiefly carried on liy Legal Inielligcice.Ati exchange paper blight upon ihe beauty and br'ghlness of her taking in one week S'-OOOO gold. them. Their Stables arc situated on Washington [o'clock, P. 31.. an wift accommodate students Mthtir '
ll'jut-.one; ol the natural ionsequences of his i says t that judge J. lately decided in favor of a primeval empire-religion from her sacred xvitbo'ut any other aid i than t tho common mining Square in1 the most convenient pait ol lhet.ivrn;at>d convenience may requhe. Tcirui of tiiilicn,

8yl'fiior l knowledge of ihe country; find lastly, I claim-; by a roller boy in n printing office, desk confirms that voice in her solemn warn. implement. The daily average pet man. for comfort and convenience, they cannot' be" Mir which will be mode rJte, m y belearrwd by applifo. -

jl'C rapidity Of |IIIIJ,; movements, which cannot; against his: employer, lllc.Jtrouutf: ibm Hi I lags and adjurations-patriotism catches np from the best authenticated accounts, can he 1iastdby any SfaWesin the Southern IS" countly.ovlnhc .aUoi IS t i- JOHN 3i-P.DxCOKCE.Iw : _

fijmlled 1 by any bwly of regular troops in I .tlc devil should have his due." the xVarni' appeal-ami many of the foct t _men: safely set down at about om om c.'n) IS, 151S. August

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Proolanjation the Governor..irr .
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__ I () or is lit *5o. IS PI.'BI.1 <*JEI KVEHV <" VTCRPA1- TTTILI.I i-otftrt V\ va 1.eJ.-'U; : at the! plarw! a d III.H I ,1- j
; i m TiTT e.t Coutj ot t.JCTCil! : crm- : .r-.r,I-t. u. ; 5 :h--- t' -
Middle Circuit of lowinp.vi/: :
TL':1a ;
j It5r rimoed on the FIRST M'tNlMY! in Nf At Perwarols on the 41 h lhceior rn-st. ; 4 ivc.Ya:. Ovg'sl. et. -. ;

1IN UI CUflIt CITCUtt COV't In Ckvurn,. f and continue until! t tl.! .- llr>t i-f t Match fo.lofftfg- THREE DOU.ABS per annum, !if PJJ: M advance.FHSKE 4' M1to; SaiT i.4 ( t Ut 4. F4 D-r-c.-t. dI1)f. k13 tPt 14- -** & 4- --

JA146! A.VD A MA1. if paid nufcin six moBtts.Fora mN z c&t $ *i-I th .. Yet tie irn* : r
11 j FACULTY. Ct. :
AiiI1ec(1on MAft1 *. tDEW1L1. rX 4I 3 t..4
V) I IWEI.L. l.'f.u.KS' if m-t paid mail. the end c I !he; car.5JThet n. cm .,
Adni.-u trat r 44 \Vi.ari!! : Tr.deivtu.TTap I <5rX'i-n: ; ; M. NEWTON, M. D., Profe orof Ann J i-.ac|I' s l>iu,T, V'a.iijjt.t.! ; Ceuutv. i.- tIHth t t\\ ? t s. : -
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f S&4e* etor. earincl ftc Confltm the i.dait of comI o-v and C"ean olj t1if'acuU' tcinx willbe rigidly adhered_ ami I I Dvcri:,bpr.At FNWN1 O:0XaL ** % ,, .

UfiJAa. :M. 1> liAsr J rtuVaivr ;! be tli-ronHnoetl imfil l ail I .siiora aaici Mariann! .iu9on: County, *>n the 15th rer. J Hr. b
VCAtCY Mbi .tt! S tu the CJMCI n: i j pljnanl S-'lkiior *!>* tcvet.iTi i1*" j I. A. oi nu* Ila ti f4
SL&eent&ii- ), r; .4'.. ran- div* nrt if tde in Fi kiiid.> Imj in, .. i ji i(1.!, U !*. !" at the I ofii"t i the publisher!, Subjcribeis Lolt'sSIJib. Cjilioiirt Co. oi the I7fh li U r &Td bt. 1'.. Ul --. r
I % tnrt 'I' $t.
c4 by the' Tefl4.t. ol thr. Ik-i. iv-.h ? tatt1 S.*atr Cat.-Jitta: : // Orhred, t! .- I ALEXANDER MKAN-S. M. I)., Professor of Clidsi- I will be received l for three luonitis at One Quincj! GaJMtett Coenty, on the If.rh i (jue, 1c*' .Y a (

ails : aitictely Ott1 # 'if, That an tUctioo: i/e aid defendant pjwar and an-.v 'h- CApipIainjc'Vbill ,1 i. try and Pharnc. !>".!iar-*ix month* at Si &". F.fcry older for rhi Talinh.i>, Ln: toir.'j.; '.'i t ti.-.- J34 -w $f. .Vtj 1. ; -

Md l* amid District on Moni'.ar, li.c u; -ida% of CcSOCt.lo on or iu-or! ihefirit daj cf 1)eemrezt4otI I 1 KP.G&R'VIN. ::U. f D.. ri.jKssr* uf li-oitp-itc; ? ; .. ;>. -i: of this! rouniy txnst be acionij-ar.K (1 i w itn '. >5o.t.: .>]';<->. J-2ftr4;i t'o' t'i ; Ih "

ia,: fill $41 J vacancy.CI erwise t he saw may he taken /wo camfetM 4ndit N j ai1 l M *lena MfdJCJ.! I j'1'!e ci-h, auk-sis! i the| order comes through ABJ tI our *' Madison tVjrt tfimtc, (01 thC': 't !> "

r ei inder my hand, aiu! the great itjttrlitr OrdtKit TJiat Ihis; m> irr *>e ji ubhh] t,' in I j jt '.LJ D. FuRD, M. i>- I'r of th-- !tii :!tutsi unu re suluriy nu&borisi& ageat* in the State. 44 Japer.1IaunUCuuty, i-u the lt Jiny. I

iSvaitifths Stare f FI.-rHa.at tli > n ** >Brfr trir>t.ri jn the Midl rjrrii:', o)I Practice ..t Mctticifle. '4 AUisntur, ('t.n to., on te 0-1 ,-

(* .&- Ca4itt1, in the C* y H TaHabasf*. 'h4J ra; for four inr-ntlw s* preset Jbcd bv law. JOSEPH! AEVK:, M. 0> Profwsor-of fltetrk TERMS :-One ("nub p-Xfable at the Jime f>t Jsl.1f.t *. .

this foortfc 113 5 f Angort, A V.lS9atid THOMAS UALT2ELL, Jmkf. asd Dirfa 3 of Women *iuJ Chilrlren. W I! t'- tt t'r- i lI th. !hijf! irrtbf<*> eKJftal annual srrtf3lm" .. -- k'

rf.tce-tc*a Iwwpendt: sit cyct Jah iSIi,14. PAUL F. EVE, M. P PTt-S : i : ; i-\ i-F I twcl: v- :::,,-- :IC.T t n-e n.-jt.an.i !it! > cen-t. i each PI,4i i !i, (1e'IY i: >!!4 to (kn jw what particular fracH, } :- -- .. -. -

A trne e f1rihed witfe ban.i-bitlf ou I j *

: -. W. D. MflSELFX, J qy 2 I41I BvJ ii. Kr.KN.U T.In I F. CAMPBELL; MD., IVaicnrtralorof Anata'CAMPBELL & will lie Glad? OH Ufei notices, estate notice*, warlv application to the J'u.t Mj't rs at the aL.c.e ;,ayj, -.: -; .

i ttiIl ; Gcrcmor ot i 1I.r-i; notices uiihout; ( alterdtton, by having pl3ce cr t' the suctii'i.i! at Tailaha&w, by letter (
II C. W. Dow3tt, Sec.cf Stale.i Middle Judicial Circuit R-)BERT M. D., Ae iact! Derarw persciis paid:
ofFioridaI ICZUIM! aecnwnl with! f be "fficp.ft po svgr
4, tW*. : Gafalrn To Fall I Irtr. or"csmtfi* f JOHN! : HEARD, Regrr
County.- A anrnvanceiucflls ** 'r offir! *. nv*
,- t A Ctmrao ot LsctfU u-n! M .U ? Jwns\\ .n tf PaMtc LaiwJj fot the State of Florida.X''Tie .
14 Wrt L. Esmond/ J S m by alurtr.c f-t the Her -> ". I. t i----- : .; '. al a.ce. X, J'L I '"> !' '1 .
? ] A.; !>- ,k.-v.r-i.! Pr; : T'.VIN. .
.4. General Orders. sm ci .M. ; vlil-I ..' |s.v"1 t t4) 'joj f-[tier !('; .1il.o anct>lnt: ilUIl I< : TULl .ee, 1 ,, 4-n1:
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Esect'Trrr.ilrin4ier DtAILT3.1LT. IU-zckab Sraith. J Boc-ti i lu 1 =>,' I 43:1v44; a ;) ; .. aionit.auitd with the cash.All : :; ) tI.w'g! paper* will publish the above j

c. I !Wiiriois: marriage sruJ obituary nr-Siccs pb bltsh ; n v -,-.vi-fc lr; t flrcitttmths! and semi their ac- f
-is iKfdt.f.re.i.htd
all ctl intt
tlefendaat vi er j eroa# roJed!L j j iiii-ife* for Graduiti >n i s
N ELECTION i hereby OrJensS to he belt! in i THE j[ 13 cui >d srainitoti4y ; but d'torta' ) .ti4-e for j ri- | ccwt.fi t t tiic !K! 'ii-rt-r; :" 1
"the i i Ji'ij : to
I ; ttttilit-d } ))13t. a ot* !tw aUo*th.r.ty way: I..- -bt at ;* ?? per
ti Fourth Brigade ci f FUwitfa Militia t n th 1 j I sait !>j a'tacht.it.Tir, ar.d are iWj.J ;i' i Jo aupcai; a'u*. j| :&< 4'.C3V tu ; ,-,r.:,. I fate benefit, will b
fintUow'.ay' in Oclub?' : cxt.at l1ii1a'ti atipnt- l>!caj"tt. tbs: di-rSjrasi'jfi lUcti fir-r.-in W.t'b.n! h- ; 4 i. ; : : ? -.e b (;;--rai: a.tt th R&n'it'r A OLD 1)ks IU ) J.U'tii) TOUNSLSD

8 ed fcvlawfor ekr : ,( ; late Jtfv 'K ; -.' M ,- r j O n V\ f H J t .. .'Vstpji f'unr: *! Mercury ; f ,
: time prescribed'wtssw. !17 > i i .. ... ii -! i5il i i. l' -' -; ; ; i [ THE' C'::; '* \ >'. i! ;.- AK,;.;,; ; .-: .
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Alto, *a Eke 2.<.rt-by '- e LiiA J.4 .. i i Tiic fiit-ti'Ii and tiu:4: :: i *"f 1 "' *;'" .' ., ;;t -! ''*' tt *< as..! dr-iitDh-'i.: All \v ik "t i I.> tV-nii Ii l4 fl.i f>r. Ti-i.d hflI O ye' -' .. .. .
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of Floiida.-Moaroe Count ; a -c tid t te rr f.f Gins.
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GOner?! to fit. i-n. ... .1 )' ', ji. % ; I v1''ii'tiiibs, : afkT date i ska! ;>i.-it i.t mwr '! f-.t-K. A. :M. !"i >ft".f: v. a; J l-> ; ; TOWLE & FAPY j tar Fevor known and-H A;?.::w.S.f.-: Chili, U. ?;:!*i,1 n.i\ F.-vvr i.tuvt, Interini'ti-.it* ('-.r& I j We wish i: asier>tnod. kcanie it in rb. :ri

Cjrac ;f'tietl' I ; -t alien of(&*r t, \Vi.; (.-- 4td vaucIerft -d to thi j-Jfl. Jut.- t :"It. [- ., i j rr, M r.-.i.M t ;. v.r ,.i ?.*i f : I (} alidhtir Ftvi-is. Prict i Sjii Towosend''* mnir; and Old f r. *4parIt&

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a dfajrJ.mt'r! ( the October ijrt.ai thi- p! CP apptiitu I t t linsi; diM'ljargc j Amiiii(! (raf -'t ,' r"r) ."' "!,".. A111 l J t: M !.!l t ; ;! i K.oi'-iS.i, anfi m tin.S3ssrici C' arc Td1Lthtse Fa. tisaa .iay ::Mvc e.i.u.ir. iiu r"f ieotiiic.OK more of ntq i.riJ 'ur Iiss b.
Hwtvjfl ted ,
of Onrl i Offiwrs, for a apart 1o M.ircfare? Iii, ch, i"c., :ru wid w 1 ( U itit'ifu- (t-.S at Tjtbha-.s 'f. All i'UjitI i-4 (! Fr rertitU.v1 1ccrzr- wicu f trifnief can the -.ib'ic i htv t* lft. nBj''C'"i"tl> \ w tf' :
jflr-fl'-nfral : Ltd4her -
to command said Ikjj vacancy ocom the ;: ce tie futu *SEIct.a4td n .
oed&y rengaatiOb ci Ge a Jaflie? E. S, SHKK&BD. fkdw. ( -t. : J.v.: Cr?" $)t-lin; the Capita!. adrersi wturh rz-.slI .L .td '-- r
C. Cooper. .yt i.- ( | iin-nt*. and panr hct4! which beob- f augbt H.-wr iiim Use .WENT.O(
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Officer April 14 1. 14 i he (-i-fli Ct>ur-c, r..cu! IU..JL 'Jtd'H'ii, J Fel'j'WV 7, !P-ut'. 7 tauted of ttMsreh Aent. ketilui.
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-S. within ih" Slate, : rt litrcby rt- Notice. fetrttv I tiai* : covwwi: t l/j .f/1* lit,ide d JJ-1h J Fresh Groceries. I ris..dkne; srcs.i., fire.i-re-* t ; rmm
glared to carry intoeftecl this nkr within the iro- I 1 lie .1...% I l9>uuw exwrjenij| '" couk ;>ot! serve i.p *,vID a c..ni>n 'n aecot

.1 1Iaf their respective cofaoiand, and make rettirm STX jVfiiaf Mr.r-thf after date, I shall apply tn the Jn-Ve f.itvmry Jurtrucf.'r.n.t! Ti I-jU.--1.:" Ksfin( t..k Sai.-t-( t] 1it 1 j JUST receiving ifotn New \\-rk aatl New Orleans Drugs, Medicines, &,c.BARNARD. I rL czuAt isIcie--i, .kspe.t wfSTOJ.tC U u &. &thi- wi. u. -a

aecordjog to law. s of Lfutt County (or "a final a* tutMH at the oplioti 'fthe L ; 4 a tali ;and *'Jjiicf: .' -K-rtUient of GrocerJc1*, conii I ai JW
parent, are clias td blk EY'IflI..Dst4 SY3TIi3,
W. ;). MflSELHY. : of '2.} accuunU a adtuiisif.f' rakir of 4 te Ef ales Af Hftic aid USP ol t Piano, as 00 w : n ri of L' C'I: Ifainj SiJes an$! S&uelder*,, .,, EDWARD JR. a4w: WU the m.d.it. fl rie* .4 !

,. AH Ibc piipcw ia i The SUte utiiUvii until oj ad lsniel Draiuut; ahd j'aintiiig. M4ckrl -Nu. I and! 2, Candles, Soap, FtourCtlc, H AS received, by the fate arrivals, a. [ 1 .- atift o'rr14LrPr, be.t
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jr.dfW! aiin-'i; ; : ditiatge Jio'tt tiiu : DO f.tt4 Tobacco t eLaa kr4wkde o(tha vri-. dats Wft.
< aJmiiusfration 01 f Ancient Laiigua x.d.-each Teas Alroomfcj, Cautiit*, New Or l ith addition' t& his stock *t' (iK\-
June 30, 1S49. 20 these eatataAlt jrOfl* initrwted; wit! take r Ou leans Su ar, &.G.-wiii.-'h! 1 oiivr Sow far cash. tii.: | : Kt'GS A.ND .. i. dt *
Thu French .MKDltfiNFS arreit Lrjmii .
trJirrftv.! notice Laujrun; c is i fangit fo those. ha desire alt!t tLJ of [ U;"R :! < UUUM mmaic. u ;> tMim iau.witzd
4. it cvilh<* t cvtjca charge.'IVtlf Store rc-noved: next Jcor Jo John VV. ryle' which ar n>f good! quality, lowjfar t'asA. i d bon.an- itin. ; h.-,9 ;o Lhe il < -....fami

J. &zaNIIVNANSVILLE f..-f 9 _. m BENJAMIN A MANXiNG.! Adm'r. M In r> ..l >.n*...-.. /lu... .fr ICauddat&3 -./\ JJUN tctOUGALL. A1o>, .n hand; a gvaeral 3 .- ortn>*r.t of the tirlluwJ 4I I J boiI;. Uhinfiriu binam.> A=irt gr :nS the ci .1 -la'.l :i.t bi'.i
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to all -4I% lu IU j : for iIu( Ftnt CLSS ntuf ij u -- : j flitU i&u o; -ray x.a UKUI t< 'tF-P
FLOftID.w Uses matters coRnicied with the adfiuiowiration of 4th >car, and a correspoi lin agt isfandidatcs dh i.i HanckV Pjnec i, Kuwait.!** Unproved Tonic Mix-f t bi*
I / THE public estates. J3.j j j I'M the Confectionery and Bakery. turc, V/tatai'a Balsam of WHJ Grand ITuircrsa! CoacentrateJtn
are informed that the '* Gju.. Ju'y' I : ; higher c4! $ f$. Cherry, BrandretL's i iIJ
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** } d..o1 Cowdera and Travellers, and they CE na4ninO(f sha Term. The Classes aieihei foritttdaug thc public gonutally that he h** on hand, and I ( Worm Cuh, and Dinner Luzcnjies', RonplandV ttriV Icntrt 3n i kquw tn th, t.-k i-unk,4j-..ytul ; of a'| u h<- ae } it. 'L&Iey
rest Bssored there"will! be no ffo in* spared in otaking ICE hiltl 1iIti ) ) Indie* wl.o eiitw ujion ti! courses ; t is constantly roanuiacturmg, CANDIES of all kind?, I eIebratei Fi-verand 3.gn,. Reratdy, LucentaCDr.lIl '1mtiaCe11eut i'o-v vxpviwi.ce.to ilt-al-o

them coffifrtirabli' ** far as in the power of the J'ro- A REGittAR aupply of tins desirable article' will wish! !Uu'ir c'l.. i, po-->* a (krided advan I h ns : ThompVin's Eve XVater. MrMnnns' Elixir of Opinm'
J>n lorto new tiid in first Depot in the ciurc arc adniiucd ai pi t9
fate order, and a first rate oi1er!l always in atten ol next week. TLo-r v iahiue the arricie wlI ; e .8cd in th*" sf'idii-9 <'f thr year'. CINNAMON, LE.M UNHANDY* Tyk-r** ditto, t'.oidoft'; liiii: i.ua and Ami-Dyspeptic t THOMPSON. SKILLMAV & CO. ,

dance.K. please procure *ihcii T/cJtds t at the Drug Sfw wf fi. An)' ctlW information nredu d}, will be 1 irnishcd l VlNTKttCKKEN- ttAKLKY!: CAKDY, PilN, Beckwtlh'a Anti-Dispeptic PilU, Peters* and I 102 Nassau street, New Yurk.Ami .

B. Private apart tnenti l Miy* Airnishcd foria- UAKNARD, JR. !<*< 4.lJ1] l be di'Jivered at IhO Rail on nimlicatiuii to tin Prcsidf, or to HOAttHOUND ; Spenct-r's- Pill*, and Is Agent for S. P. TownaHufa

tfli-a. CEO. GM4P1Jk. Uoad Depot until 7 o'clock, and in no case wit/it fa L. 11. MYFss.c'ry: F coliy. Arid Tarioti others, amouji them several that nr ettsoiul celebrated SarsarorOfa, in quart battles, at $t per by LEWIsiA: MLS,

ZewnnsviLLe4iine 23, 1648.25 Proprietor. delivered without TiJ: >fti-'>enoni wishing the artkle Aug. 2- IS-Jf. :'i'j .hv! tor colds and cmj hand is prepared tomanti- bi ttlf. Al* ,superior Lemon Srnp, prepan-d teem_ Agents, TaUaha5e-

.4t vviJ'' please tak iu, ice ol //IM. The price dt> T ____ __ ft4urt any, and all l kinds that! may be ordered, both pnie Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable for the April at.8- IEi ly

O/J BBLS.SL Louis Fiour, liveied 1 at t tlio) DtjKit, i is 3 ct-nta per Ib. Tickets* for MILLER & BROKAW3S tehlfule, and rtlail.He sick or ordinary oautban that osiully sold, LenLt.t. -

...?'jy 80( libli. Cincinnati! Flour, 5 id*, will he issued- is i also {ari"d to carry on Rakitig. in all irs P >rter, &.c.Stc.
it 30 S1iake A small niipply of fee will bp at E. Darnard'*, 1Zr Livery & Sale Stable: l lir: i<-hes, frorp the plain Locf of lircttd, In I he mos t June 10, 14S. 47 -

930 Ibs.Dacon Sides where a Ticket for 5 i Iba. will piocure 4 flj. Ice. cK'i'jisite Ct>kt$ and Pita. Pattie* and the public GjOOD. substantial, and cheap

Oiu; Ui.. Stu44.OQ Thoe wanting Iceiu i lajge quantity, for parties, riLi1.irr. FLORIDA.subwnbfiafaave jjj c..n ahvaysbcaccommodattd by givii.t: timely notice i BARRELS PRIME POKE, done at the Shop near ray S.'at'JC"!

1U.' Jiaoui. For, Sale low InS.S.1TJS1GUT.- &e.,. will )li4t si-nd their orders to Mr. Nash, at 911u: tinned op to their fire-proof; ji the Bakery and Conferrianruy on JofTerron street, bacL4Shnu1dcr copied hwt ye*r -by Miller X Brnkaw.

Uit-Dq>ot, wow three days before it vsrill be eallertfm JL buck StubUiS, and lake tin* oppoii unity to iu- I opr )j itc the .luelion( ROUUI of .1-:. II. Berry, E7., &) bbl St-. Loui, and Western Floor, January 20,18 fb.__3 A. A. *

Juy1tbI4.I tn -, so thai it may I.'e at hand if postible. form their Irieurta and th( jMic generally of the 'fa1aha'ID5-e. ;i-\ ici.! aE.EFEK -> 5SjtekKipCotfrc, : -

Tkfrrintipal Icj>eti atJVnrfvrt, where it can Tact. Iking thankful tor the liheinl patrunige thrv Li.aor3 ol' all kind Jut reet-tretl and For sa! fcy S. S. Knight

Spring and Summer Clothing.QJ bo obtained in any quantity, by apptyjag to Sir.Tsli have heretofore received they solicit a rrtntniiiaore w GEO. W. ULITOIilNS! : o.ixx ti. fitarmuic. WILL continue busirw** at his oW sfaniJ,1 tcr:

DA.Ea. Lpn. of the eime, and pledge therr.seiveatr, spare eopAin* Ta1tabaaiee, June 1 i2, lW. bop*? to wait im LICh of his fi ien b a l--\
t.f Hnceiv hi ;iMK.. lithe JK For Ihc$ accotnmodatiou *'
nz of thotie heretofore < ra1
,, who way pal/o iRt AUCTIONEER extended so liberal a patronage, 1 i't
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m.t'H-Iflei1L QJ ruu&e Ei) t them. Thfif Stables ar s situatedV'a Just th ) *
8UMMCR CLO-ttliKG j iiiigton Received lag si alt Aall liatregood artirtcs fair price

deal, aucli asJhfls aogj tUr with lew arti. S. S. KNIGHT. SQiiaro, in the roost conrenlcnt par} id t ite t.,wn, and TALUIUJ1SSVE, iLL SCIIK. TALLAHASSEE } ; Aprit 25, f849. H
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for comfwi and conv (iencitbey TO Large and freh _
Ilrap l'flt Whe1cit&2ctfl Cwwr & r/6Tisiji! Dealer -pasd iv Stables in cannot be .su 1rsr >jv ot snxar-cttJfd'Ham plain Ifaroa Kice -
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()iI.li1flti ttt1'1', MR4ft cttz14Iy. 4 CChStd.,14t4; &t. Art wfV&ch! : ; Pure Sulphate of Quinine.rriMK .
$ fl N4wenALer t F. wilt
TAttAHAUSKE IS II. Fj AtJn T. J. Uuc and J. T. -
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Stijiablelo maufartt2reaiid to l ip dii>n edof for r_ __ .*. raPh 10, t.to.; .irt very Iv'.vcst rates fur cash anfy.CEO. ; anhacr'eca hive on hanJ no buwii!' p'1, '

CASH. sa J CASJI: OAXY, at tiiodcra 4J IL ootistaiUly i.n band. ndoijl'rg fcrMle it a LEWIS & AMSS ----c H. BISTXV .L fifty winces al Sulphate ot Qjiiiuii*. bl '

would cordijilly invttt Uu-ir eld iriendl ; snail ad/iuite on cost, for casfc, all ibo tan<|. a.aatIt! For Sale Comet of M"iiui'! .uu! Jttkrsij: Irvet'. haw obtainetl dict? fn>nv the aianui-";" : -

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met-Sugar*, Coftt1LiTC1 Bacon, Jjiuttt Twh UJUU,5UKMCi.XKS.: J2.1)lt2CJIJI.7vCE ------ ------- ---- Wehaie it' -
l7,14t. 3)) 1'AJXTX, OljLS, : -, rrLtarP4 our stock f PrR'
'V. Soup, Cainllc.-'LuiJ; anJ all suui'lar articles-_ ii*. Tciki Artkli's, Perfumery if. fWHE land known as (He "Overstrtet Tract," ) Tin Manufactory. cit'; hi. I.) I

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