The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Extract from the Address: of the than to the democracy of this State. "This of interest in which the foundations of the r FICNIYG ; .
: )J WOULD BE LIKELY TO RESORT. ALCOHOL, MY Jot some hallowed impressions like the
momentous question\ ," (the Missouri agita. Union were laid, to species "Amid tb ; \Mc
N. Y. Democratic Convention.Since a'stainfro every general prosperity and Pa lendidsuccess'which bright t and halcyon days ,eiistin
I lion,) said he, Hike a fire-bell in the night of interference which may tend disturb the' has the adoption of the John Alcohol, my Joe John, the mind for future o ,
awakened and! filled me with terror. I considered domestic quietude, or put in jeopardy the fedl'rl constitution,folowed of\which he When we were first acquaint, year a spots ton
of the democratic dangers waste. ,
the foundations( I'd memory's
it It is of money my pockets! John
at once the knell of the Union. rights property, which the constitution was warned
were !laid by Mr.\ Jefferson, the slavery! us are becoming every day more evi. Which now I know there ain't: We now bid farewell a kind farewell, to t
party hushed, indeed, for the moment. But this is designed to secure. Mr. Van Buren de. and the signs of evil I pent it in '
in dent are sufficiently treating
question has never been regarded any ape al r.ur readers but more especially to.ourTrlendslo
a reprieve only, not a final sentence. A geographical cared, in reply to an application from North parent to awaken the deepest in .the Because )loved you so;
of its anxiety ihose
test with many'hours
fOI,m, as a of its creed, or as a But' mark whom we spent
put how
treated 1
line, coinciding with a marked! that if elected to the presidency he hosoa of t the We me you've me,
faith. It has been sufficient that upon the patrot. behold s y systematic John Alcohol,my Joe. in the chase, at angling, and in the
principle, moral and political, once conceived "must go into (ho presidential chair the inflexible efforts publicly tosorelie seeds discord '
and of that of
time of conversation.
distinctive doctrines measures and held to the passions of men, and uncompromising of between John Alobol. my Joe John, pleasurable interesting .. t
up angry opponent anyattempt different
section parts ofthe United Slates, A kind adieu to the Col. the Doctor ,
its friends, knowing no orgeographical too long Breeches
party will be obliterated and irritation the Weve
never ; every new on part of Congress to abolish and to place divisions tOfelher.
} dividing line, have cordially cooperated will'mark party directly upon geographical So you must t lake one and old Jolly : x
it deeper and deeper.- slavery in the District, of Columbia against
dlstmetlls to excite the South And I will take another
strong; .in concord as united in es. "Of one thing I am certain-that as the passageof the wishes of the slave States ;" he urged the against the North, and;the North the For we may tumble down;John, With Whom the weleave host of with good fellows, so jolly and kind.

cntiR.l doctrine ; leaving to every man en. slaves from State another would not of the North and South South against If hand in hand regret at a dU'tanr.behind;
and action the one to people "to visit and to force into controversy the we go.And May they hunt once a week, hare the best of good 1
tire freedom of opinion upon I will have the bill to foot,
make slave of human who with their
a a single being severest displeasure! ANT most delicate and which luck, *
exciting $
ATTEP topics
question) of \' I'That, great party mov. would not be so without it, so their diffusionover TO CONNECT TIC SUBJECT WITH PARTY POLL !it is impossible that a large portion upon of the Union John Alcohol my Joe. To kian old doe,or a tOY old buck. r
the North
iilg in .its true orbit embracing they never know not sorrow, nor care, j
a greater surface would make them individually Ties ; and he expressed the hope that the can ever speak without .
and the West strong [FOR THE rixmiDiAN Live free from all from all
the East leaf
and the South, and emotions. I.OURNAL tln.ure. exempt ; :
happier, and proportionally fac I. efforts; of those who in the work of REST THE '
may persist ASSURED THAT May their lives,like stream, glide
lines has To Readers peacefully on.
knowing: no sectional ever soughtto itate the accomplishment of their emancipation : agitation, may be overcome by reason, or BUSY IN THIS WORK DIS. our Friends, and Messs.Editors.BY When done with .this world,to a better be born
of the
sustain the the true interests and the inviolability countrythe by dividing the burden of a great number rendered inoperative by constitutional reme. CORD ARE NOT WORTHY Ol YOUR LINKU3I HTTLETU3I.NUMBER May thp present year 'bring with i its close, :
of States
rights From the of 179 of coadjutors. An abstinence, too, from dies." In his inaugural address he renewed COXFIDENCK AND DESERVE YOUR -NINE. to you, Messrs. Editors the shiners for f
of the constitution. era every
this act of would the these declarations in STRONGEST f.
of! British ante. power remove jealousy language equally ex. REPROBATION. subscriber, and an increase on your books for
during the period aggression excited by the undertaking of Congress to plicit. Repeating his declaration of inflexibleand Thus We have the ,
nor to the war of 1812, when the federal during the unbroken course of the run our race ; we have completed next. May fortune smile upon you ; may

taunted the democratic administrationthat regulate the condition of the different descriptions uncompromising opposition to an)attempt democratic part of the Union, through theentire the series of numbers which we designed. happiness and comfort! and peace andhealth, I
party of men composing a State. This on the part of Congress to alJolsh'sla\'pf'in si-noeof rrpuMican Presidents the agitation They J have been thrown forth as the labor ofa encircle your families. If have none
be kicked into war"during you
they could memorable not and unavoidable a certainly is the exclusive! right t of e"el'State. the District of Columbia against of of the slavery question, Its tuc.'oJ..,;... fJ,lV. IK,!.... !..... ...a. ... {;.. ffnnA f\. f.. mav tf he VOIIP rp.tv>rtr. *> )of. fn hp"omp nnliI

the con. which nothing in the constitution has taken the slave States, he made the strongest avowal asa party test or issue, and the attempts to evil, we cannot presume to say. If they have I ted wau t Ihose "

flict which followed that insolent taunt, so mo. from them, and given to the general govern in relation to any prospective action of Congress crate geographical parties have been regardfl served to rectify one single error, or awakea- That's fresh 3 the morning,the fairest in May. I r I
mentous and gloi ious in our annals, but which ed thoughts that lay dormant in the breast of Thai's sweet 931 I the ev'ning among the new J I
known in said and .
ment. Could Congress, for example, say that our public hi.-torv. He as an antagonist principle of haJ t
At blithe and artless the lamb the li
that denounced wicked and on
same party as the non.freemen of Conneticut shall be freemen .no bill conflicting with these views can everreceive the parly, and as an element of disunion. one individual, we are nobly and richly 1(". And dear to your heart a ai the light to jour e'e. "
unjustifiable, and embarrassed in every form that into constitutional sanction." He said But did choose the warded. We have not and do not pretend to I
or they shall not emigrate my they not to rest question And lire that when the d of liI
of the embittered may you ijs
party hostility-during con. that of ahne hold! ourselves as a as a model, 8 .
another State? also "the last, perhaps the greatest, even upon this high concurrent action up prototype
manhood shall hare
with the and its youth manly passed I
test moneyed power, gigantic the and others for we know that we are not exempt ,
discord disaster ;
And again: : The Hartford convention, the prominent sources of \ and expression democratic statesmen and I tr when the frosts of hare silvered
and the away ; age
corrupt auxiliary-during war victory of Orleans, the peace of Ghent, prostrated supposed to lurk in our political conditiol, legislators nearly coequal with the foundationofhl from the same frailties, from the same hairs when the of lime hare
with Mexico and its brilliant results but your ; fingers ':
not weaknesses, which we have endeavored to
the name of federalism. Its votaries was the institution of domestic slavery ; that government. They embodied the demo. I
furrowed brows wrinkle
less the of federal denunciation your with many a ; J .
subject whig or "if the intendedto expose, and to which mankind in general are :,
abandoned it through shams and mortifica. agitation of this subject was c lic sentiment on the subject in the highest the of misfortunes will j ja

attempted embarrassment and hostilityin tion ; and now call themselves! republicans. reach the stability ofotir institutions, enoughhad political assemblage known to their organi. obnoxious. Man is a creature of error, and balm retrospection in their past of bring .1
short during all the democratic admin. nut the name alone is changed-the principlesare occurred to show that it had signally zttiori. At the National Convention held at in the language of Holy Writ, as prone to your very I 1
Polk the democratic sorrows, a joy in their recollection. l:
istrations from Jefferson to the same. For, in truth, the parties of failed ;" and that, although SUCH ATTEMPTS Ealtimore in 1840, at which Mr. Van Buren evil as the sparks are to fly upwards ; and with Erin's bard Ten 1
has stood before the world may you sing ,
party as a whig and tory arc those of nature." "On the AT DANGEROUS AGITATION MIUI1T PERIODICALLY : vas nominated for a re-election, the democracy though men may usurp to themselves the pri. i
great NATIONAL TARTY presenting:: its broad rilege moralists criticisors the foibles Let fate do her worst, there are relics of joy, f
and distinctive ht the considerationof eclipse of federalism with us, although not RETURN, yet with each the object would of the Union placed themselves distinctly a upon Bright dreams of the past.which she cannot destroy; ,1 t

principles its extinction, its leaders got up the Missouri i be understood" The democratic members in record, upon this and al the questions that of the masse, yet it does not exempt them Which come in the nigbt-time of sorrow and care, it l
all of the honor of the
men jealous COW [ uesthn, under the false front of lessening the of Congress of both houses held a meeting, divide the democracy the federalism or from error, nor should that induce us to suppose To bring back the features whicb joy used to wear." \

try and the rights of the people-ever promptto measure of slavery: but tl' t't tILe real view of and though their chairman, John %I. Niles, whigism of the country. They resolved C that that they are infallible. Flemington, Fla., 1949. 1 1t
vindicate and maintain both
-bjit t avoiding producing: a geographical division of! parties, reprobated all efforts at slavery: agitation or II Congress has no power under the constitution Though men can speak or men can teach,

sectional issues, seeking no fellowship with which might insure them the next President.The sectional interference. And finally, duringthe to intel fere with or control the domestic institutions What few can practice, all can preach. "THE NOBLE WHIGS OF THE XORTH. I ,

factious and resisting all incendiary moveincnts people flf the :North went blindfold into same session. (1833.( ) the democratic majority : of the several States, and that such But enough of this: moralizing rhapsody, of I

whether a't the North or the Southcal. the snare, followed their leaders for awhile under the suction, and guidance of Mr. Slates are the sole and proper jud es of everything this prosing stuf; yes, We give the following specimen from a

culated to disturb the relations concord be. with a zeal truly moral and laudable, until Van Buren and Mr. Wiight, l felt it their duty appertaining to their own affairs, not Enough, lesson has been given leading whig paper of Boston, of the senti.
tween different the and to Forbid the Heaven! ments of The Noble
portions republic, repetition of the
they became sensible that they had been used lo arrest the periodical return of this attempt prohibited by the constitution ; that all effortsof Noth"the
weaken and! impair the cohesion and union of For we did not set out to philosophize on Conservative Whigs," as Southern l .
It assumed the abolitionists and others
merely as tools for electioneering purposes at dangerous;; agi'aiion. had the MADE TO INDCCE i
the States. It has ever proved itself the PARTY : the vanities of the human delight 'lo call them
race, but to papers :
and that trick of hypocrisy then fell as quicklyas form of petitions to Congress for the abolitionof CONGRESS TO INTERFERE: WITH QUESTIONS expressour

OF THE COUNTRY, THE CONSERVATOR OF it had been got up." slavery in the District of Columbia and in OF SLAVERY, or to lake incipient steps in mind on the pleasures and joys which we i From the Boston Alias, July 23.

UNION, THE PALLADIUM: OF THE POPULAR the Territories, and for the abolition of the internal relation thereto, are calculated to lead to the have experienced during our sojourn in this TiE SLWEUY QUESTION.-Our readers
RIGHTS AND 01A GREAT PERVADING, AND Another sexennial period elapsed, and the Land of Flowers." Hours and days and
) slave trade, so caled. The entire most alarming and dangerous consequences, will bear us e'idence'thai we have endear
PATRIOTIC NATIONAL DEMOCRACY. same geographical and sectional war was renewed whig and abolition strength, in and out of and that all such efforts have an irresistible months have rolled on byand yet have we ored to present the slavery extension question
started earlier in by the same and for the
at period same
Although an our party been here
Congress was engaged with great zeal in this tendency to diminish the happiness of the people fairly and candidly.: We have stated what I I

history by the eastern federalists, the slavery object. The democratic party was still in the fresh labor of party agitation. To meet and i and endanger the stability and permanency .Doing naught, and to speak true, every person: knows to be true-that every
agitation, as a movement, be saidto ascendant;; ; and under the last of the southern Not anxious find du"We
party may to aught to
defeat it, the celt'lmted resolutions of Ir.1 of the Union, and ought not to be countenanced Whig member of Congress from the free, ,
democratic Presidents the hero and of
have had in the Hartford ,
itsorigin com'en.tion. sage have wandered amid the dense and
Atherton introduced. by friend to institu. States would vote in favor of
were our political
They were adopted any excluding slavery
One of the avowed objects of that treasonable the Hermitage, the whole brood of federal
with the entire concurrence of Mr. Van ', tions." This resolution, drawn up as we : clustering groves of from the territories of the Union, and i

assemblage was to effect "a more measures-the bank a protective tariff and a Buren, Mr. Wright and Col. Benton, of nearly i I believe by Silas Wright, and certainly a p. Majestic woods of every vigorous green, would exercise his talents and influence to s
scheme of
radical reform in the national to gigantic internal im.
compact secure government which .vide diffused
all the democratic members of I by him, was unanimously adopted effect such a result. We know of
Congress, proved by no Whig r
the attachment and support of all the people pro\'ements-had been swept away.. But the !I A boundless, deep, immensity of shade.
of the entire democratic national and State the national convention, was four years afterwards paper in the free States that does not stand
by placing all on the basis of fair representation. restless desire of power remained ; and as I And we have been struck with the strange
administrations and of democratic of' reported by Mr. B. F. Butler, and reaffirmed uncompromisingly the platform of the
." The slave population, and the the fortresses of federalism fell, one after an. tie press 'II of which upon
peculiarity, hoary looking moss, '
all of the Union. They were resisted tJ I by the national democracy of 1544 non-extension of slavery. We know of i
fact of its forming in part the basis of federal other, they again entrenched themselves behind ) ; hangs in long gossamer drapery from the topmost no
the united northern federal or whig vote, l and again adopted and reiterated by the Democratic Whig that does not. We now believe that a i
representation, was the principal ground on their favorite geographical issue. They I' to the lowest boughs, on oak, on hickory t
tacked with violence by the abolitionists and : National fnnv! Pntinn nf 1919. large proportion of the'Democratic '
which the structure of sectional projuJicce roeortoj ouoo noro lo ttio old mcatie, Lich: and on pine, waving iu and fio at the gentle ;
I denounced If there is feature for which the national men from free
by the whig press. So universalwas I I one States will take the same pobillon. .
. was attempted to be erected. The first a. at Hartford and in the Missouri agitation had touch of every passing zephyr. The tall, gigantic .
the concurrence democrats in the democratic is distinguished beyond an. There art mcmln ( Indiana
among party ram ]
inendment that to the proved impotent to divide, dissever, and defeat ghostly looking
proposed by assemblage pines
present a strange linois
and ,
general positions of these resolutions in relation other, it is that of antagonism to the slavery Michigan, who will go againstfreedom
constitution of the United States was for the the democratic party. Suddenly,again slavery I ) look, and create stranger sensaticns within an }
to the slavery agitation, and the interference agitation in every (form. From first to ; while, on the other hand, there are
apportionment representatives in the several was the great moral and social evil that imaginary mind. They seem like some fabled .
of Congress in its abolition in the District they have stood before the world in this high Whig members from the slave Slates who
States accordingto their respective numbers of must be expelled from the country. The, la- giants of old, with long greyish beards, will for
Columbia and the Territories that be. attitude of patriotism, and have vote Mr. Clay we believe will
free slaves and in order ol began with the District of successfull. for and ;
suppression uncommon ,
person, excluding ; to 1'01 respected strength venerated will the
cause Mr. II. A. Foster (while he concurred maintained Ihe democratic cause so two Whig Senators from Delaware il
check the advancing population and rising Columbia ; and the country was fiercely agi. princ. for hoary age. We have wandered on
and Mr. l
in their general ) objected to the last pies. From the beginning also, or at ; Houston, the Representative
of the West, (chiefly carved out of theoriginal fated, and Congress inundated with appealsfor scope the of fine and extensive lakes and L,
power of that
bank State
resolution as trenching upon the right ofpeti. from the advent and fall of the Hartford convention gallant has always voted for it.- :
of the South its suppression there. The federal with have thrown
territory ,) they proposeda fatigued angling our.
(lion, t he. was denounced by the politicians who the slavery qestion and sectional division There is no doubt that Gen. Taylor will 'tJ;
second amendment, "that no new State which had resolved henceforth to call themselves selves under the wide-spreadmg bows of some ,
are the leaders in the and have been an elementand Place; signature to a bill containing the '
shoud be admitted into the Union by Congress; whigs, with the abolitionists of both present slavery agita.tion partyism venerable green, and watched for hours the Proviso. WE LOOK fci
in this State, as "unsound !" These adjunct of federalism and abolitionism. UPON FCETHEU EX. i i
without the concurrence of two.thirds." The f'u's were furious to suppress slavery in the playful gambols ot the speckled trout and the .
resolutions follows "Periodically these combined adversaries TENSION OFSL.HERY UPON THIS
movement at Hartford(: was sectional and District of Columbia. Never, in the historyof were as : sparkling silver ever and anon displaying their *' CONTINENT
of the democracy have renewed these AS A MFOSSIBIILITY.
geographical, addressed to the eastern this republic, has this baneful question as. 1. Resolved, That this government is a attempts bright silvery scales to the sunshine of hea. )1R\L

and northern States, and designed, by stimed an aspect of fiercer desperation It government of limited powers, and that, by at "dangerous agitation, as an auxiliary to ven, reflecting a thousand varied hues. We This conveys no new information to our
; their unabated desire to divide and overthrowthe readers
appeals to local and sectional interest and "'a met and resisted in the most Nonqualifiedterms the constitution of the United States, Congresshas have listened to the vocal songsters of the or to Southern people. The ToTes It'
democratic But until the last election of Northern t
prejudices' to control the government or to of reprobation by the united democracyof no jurisdiction whatever over the subject part- wood, the whispering of the passing breeze, whigs, in Congress as well as
the scheme of division, hostile tribe best the resolves of their
sever the Union. The South was democrat the Union. Mr. Van Buren and Mr. of slavery in the several States of this con- as it ruffled the green foliage above ; to the Conventions, not t

ic, Mr. Madison was democratic ; the administration .Wright at once declared the most unhesitating federacy. interests of the country, and threatning evil gentle murmurings of the tiny waves as they less than the uniform tone of their editors, ace $
far the strife of the of all full of
parties or hopes
i ; from the accession of Mr. Jeffersonto hostility to the abolition ofsla ery in the Dis. 2. Resolved, That petitions for the abolition beat restlessly against the pebbly beach, while confirmation.- It did not even re. t ,
individual resulted in the discomfit. the
that moment, had been in democratic trict. Mr. Van Buren as President of the slavery in ,the District Columbia: and aspirants, around quire testimony volunteered -Daniel

hand Hatred of the democracy, and the Senate, gave his casting vote in favor of the the territories of the United States, and againstthe are of its authors. Boon nature scattered free and wild Webster, to inform the South that the whig" p

desire of power, stimulated the federalists to bill authorizing the southern postmasters to removal of slaves from one State to anoth. Hints to the Bald.Ifeaded.-According to Each plant or flower, the forest's child, party was the original free.soi party oftbe i

constant efforts to recover it. A sectional is. open the mail bags and suppress the incendiary er, are 1 part of a plan of operations set on the following extract from an editorial artichin Until we have been almost tempted to re. This North, and stoo on the free.soi platform.*

sue'uuder the plea of unfair representation, abolition publications. At the Democratic foot to affect the institution of slavery in the main, far from the busy haunts of cities, crowded was whig meeting !

and a natural repugnance to slavery was re. National Convention in 18J: ;. by which lr.1 several States, and thus indfreclly.destry the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, with corruption and.misery in the savage at Abingdon, Mass., that the free.soi cause ;

garded by the Es ex Junto and the assailantsof Van Buren was nominated, in an address I that institution within their limits. the easy and sure way to prevent baldnessis wilds of East Florida. But we trust, however had nothing to lose by voting } and a : t

( the war and of the democratic party as the prepared by a committee, of which Mr. 3. Resolved, That Congress has no right to go.bareheaded, or wear a well ventilated we may write ; that our flowery effusion Fillmore. He succeeded. The lassachus. ;

most canning and the most effective form of f Wright was one, and which Mr. Van Buren to do that indirectly which it cannot do directly hat : not have the effect to induce others (until etts whigs so believed, and so to

embarrassment to the one and of resistanceto approved, the whole scheme of slavery agita. I ; and that the agitation of the subject of A Atrefined civilization has brought with it a wi t they have seen for themselves) to flee to this believe tbis day that are the of the same opinion. Theysti iii i

the other. Pre-eminetit were the democracy tion was condemned in terms the strongestand slavery in the District of Columbia, or the train ol physical evils, which it is in the province land of beautiful nature, in order to escape i. in the election free.soi cause has nothing i ,
of New York, under the leadership of f most forcible of which our language is : Territories, as a means and with a view of of to control or si.bdue. Our the troubles and vicissitudes of life. For Taylor and Fillmore. a
We believe
the patriot Tompkins, in sustaining; the na- capable. It spoke of the attempt to create : disturbing or overthrowing that institution in tight hals scltce our warm rooms, closely fling thoughSo belief and this 10.that I is about the only {

tional democratic pirty( and its administration, sectional parties, as TiE MOST MISCHIEVOUS the several Slates, is against the true spirit caps, silk nightcaps, from which the perspira.ble wonderous wid. the whole might seem with these opinion we hold in common

and in crushing this the germ of a sectional AND WICKED THAT HAVE ETER DEEP MADE and meaning of the constitution, an infringe matter cannot escape, by their combined The scenery of dream Southern gentry. 1

organization and of disunion. AGAINST THE PEACE. AND IAI'I'I ";S8 OF T1IK went! of (the rights of the States affected, and agency, in connection with other influencesnot Yet it has its evils and vexations, for with lition of Northern whig presses prate about the coa
In the history of the country, the next effortin COUNTRY." It said "true republicans could a breach oldie public faith upon which they always easy to define, bring off the hair all its natural beauties are connected myriadsof and of the and Southerndemocrats s

a like spirit was the more distinct agitation never lend their aid in creating geographical entered into (the confederation. prematurely, and turn it gray, sooner than mosquitoes and sand-flies, regiments of democratic, Hunkers fraternization of Northern

ofthe Missouri question. Six years had not parties in the East, West, North, or South.1 4. Resolved, That the constitution rests on personal vanity is willing to exhibit such evi.dtoces fleas, red-bugs, ticks and gallippers, that tor. democratic Free Soilers with the Northern
changed the nature of federalism, its aims its It quoted the warning adjurations of Washing.ton the broad principles of equality among the of decay. And this is not all ; the ment travellers and visitors, turn their plea. tics. Will their local State: ti'

means, or the political aspects of the country. and Madison against those "detestable members of this confederacy, and that Con. skin is actually in a low state of disease, the sures into pain, and make them heartily wishto pel tell their they stop ire their tirades long

The national democratic party was Mill in the efforts to alienate one portion ofthe country gress, in the exercise of its acknowledgedpowers effects of which are recognized in the accumulation be once more back in a colder clime. enough to readers what the noble i h

ascendant. A southern democrat still occu. from the rest and to enfeeble the sacred ties has no right to discriminate between of dandruff desquamation of the ep. We cannot forbear from speaking of the conservative whigs ofthe North, with whom

pied the executive chair. The desire of pow. which link together the various parts." Andit the institutions of one of te! States and anoth. idermis. The bulbs ofthe hairs are inflamed ; hospitality and kindness of the citizens in gen. they do have for the coalesced South have ever done or intend ; ,#a 1

er was not less an absorbing stimulant with concluded with the earnest decaration hat( er, with a view of abolishing the one and pro. also from the same cause and from year to eral, for we have pleasurably experienced it. to I f

the federal party. Again the slavery question against/Aw dangerous spirit of rooting the other. year the hair degenerates and becomes thinner We sincerely trust and hope that time may A.sugar planting slaveholder\ and a Northern 1'

and a sectional issue seemed to offer, at and division-those unliallowed attempts to 5. Resolved, therefore, That all attempts and not unfrequently ending in baldness. effect such changes that soon they may be surrounded abolitionist on the same ticket, was a co. r' 1

whatever hazard to the tranquility of the weaken the bonds of! our glorious confederacy on the pail of Congress to abolish slavery in On all that part of the head not covered-viz : with every comfort and convenienceof alition of alarming import. The price ofsuc* ;

country and the integrity of the Union, the -if becomes the duly of every wise Van, of the District of Columbia or the Territories, or from the back side, between the ears and on life, and may they, when wanderers! abroad, cess was h of the sacrifice of the South, and the

readiest mode of attaining its object. So every honest man,and of every true Amerian, to prohibit the removal of slaves from Stateto the temples-the hair generally remains to experience the same hospitality which they triumj The non-fa-tension Fren-Soil. is ,

long as the democratic party, standing upon t watch with slecl8 vigiance." meeting State, or to discriminate between the in. extreme old age, however much the vortex are ever ready to extend at home. of this o slcfl. a cardinal't. t,

its broad principles, under the aegis of the con. was held in city Albany, in which A. slitutions of one portion of the confederacyand may be denuded. If females wore equally We had like to have passed and forgotten principle the of Even Southern
stitution, maintained its national cohesion, C. Flagg, John A. Dix, and John Van Buren another, with the views aforesaid, are in tight coverings, their hair would probably the fairer sex. If sot had been recreantto whigs of oppose policy is the further extension

they had nothing to hope. To SEPARATE IT were prominent, oyer which Wtn. L. Marcy, violation of the constilutiolJ destructive of the, suffer very much in the same manner ; but our own feelings, and dead to every sense doctrine. slavery.of I at this time the avowed t

INTO: FRAGMENTS BY GEOGRAPHICAL LINES, then the Executive of the State, presided andat fundamental the union of their light airy bohinets admit of ventilation, of woman's worth. To say that we had die should not many he extended Georgia whigs that slavery i

AND BY A. CONTEST BETWEEN SECTIONS, was which Gen. Dix reported the resolutions. these Slates rests, and beyond the jurisdiction and hence a bald.headed woman would be a reeled particular attention to any one, wouldbe territorial limits. beyond its present i

again the labor of the eastern and northern These were a most emphatic condemnationof of Congress ; and that every petition, memo. phenomenon. Who ever saw a bald-headed too.much ; for we like not one, bu all.We .- 'Augusta Constitutionalist. t 111

federalists. They were smitten, in the spirit t the slavery agitation. They declared that rial, resolution, proposition, or paper touching, Indian ? We have had! an opportunity of see have found them as characteristic of the ,
Singular PropMcylr. Edilior '
of the more moder Buffalo creed, with a sud. "the union of the States, which under Providence or.r lating in any way, or to any extent what. ing various tribes, in all the freedom of their sex-gentle, loving, amiable and kind. Tho' Dow of eccentric : Lor 1?

den and remarkably earnest desire to "re. had conferred the richest blessings on ever, to slavery as aforesaid, or to the aboli. unrestrained savage life-but a sparse bead we have not found the damsels all beautiful, enzo session of, German work memory, was in pos.
a the
strict and localize slavery." In perfect accordance the people, was the result of compromise and tion thereof shall, on the presentation thcreof of hair, we have never noticed. Atmospheric yet we can truly say of many, which he valued highly, and on Prophecies,

in sentiment, declaration, and effort coalition ; that we can only hope to maintain wihout further action thereon, exposure conduces to the luxuriance of the A thousand loves around their foreheads fly from. frequently made

with the northern abolitionists: they revived it by abstaining from all interference with upon table, without being debated, printed, hair and a healthful condition of the scalp. A thousand loves sit beaming in each eye. quotations of the author Hmong where

... the agitation, began at Hartford and the laws, domestic policy and peculiar interests or referred." There is another cause of the falling off; or We wish them excellent husbands, pleas. sayings these : ,,111

1'...' destined to continue a party adjunct in undy. of every other State ; and that all such These proceedings, so unequivocal in their rather the breaking offof the hair in combingand ant times, and a long life. ."I" would:not he a king, in 1848.- '

It +' ing.dcsireto overthrow the democratic party., interference, which tends to alienate one por. import, and so significant ol the brushing, not the effect of disease at the The boor has come ; a few days more and .I would not be a gravedigger in 1849."

Eyerjfc; reader of American history is family ton of our country from the rest, deserves to of the country, had been demraicsentiment precededby root, but the destructive burrowing ofa microucopic we shall be far from the scenes of the present, I would no be a soldier, in 1950. t

inrhlh'e progress and result of that embittered'ecctional frowned upon with indignation by all the parting admonitions of JACKSON.His .- insect-a living, invisible moth eating treading the soil of our native State, in the "I I would b either, in 1851."

L war. The democracy of NewYork.constant who cherish the principles of our revolutionary valedictory to the American pcopleover its way from one stalk to another, '''like the halls of our happy home,the resort The work alluded to was \written abut ,

'aa''arnidst the perils of the I fathers, and who desire to preserve the constitution whom he had presided with wisdom and Hessian fly in a field 01 wheat. Of :ore of joy, of peace and plenty-where, 200 year ago. I certainly possesses r. ,

war and the treason ofthe Hartford convention by the exercise of tha spirit ofatnity patriotism, was filled with equa topic. Alluding Supported, and supporting, polished friends est for t the curiol" How fri the tenure' by '
A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF EGGS. rA neigh. And dear_relations mingle into bibs. which their in .
actuated ings'held 1943 !
to the principles and organization of the I which 1 its Iramen. Gen. Dix, in the Address of crowns,
Washington he '
national democratic: party, successfully maintained his speech on that occasion, not only affirmed, to said Farewt'l cautioned us in the bor of our State l says that hog's'lard ii is the besttbin" Yet with all this in contemplation, it grievesour Who would like the office ofa gravediggerin
: : "le strongest he find to mix with the dough be heart .when we reflect on the and he
both, and triumphed over this second "as a fundamental condition of our social existence the formation can past 1849- uales were solely mercenary t
labor,of the federal politician.I tuat: the question of slavery a slave. terms against discriminations,as opartlu on,which geo gives to his hens. He sa)'that one cut of this the associations .with which it was connected.It How more than presumable is it that the

I I great name of Jefferson has been in. holding State shall not be ditsurbed by the. graphical the Union tat as large as a walnut \11 set a hen to laying seemeth as if we were about and really had military men of time earth will coqtribute multitudes !. .,i
\ yoked, recently by those who seek to, renew government of any other State ; and I mill ditturb WHICH DE immediately after she been broken up parted from some old and familiar friend, who ,in 1850,to fill a wide and quiet grave "

the agitation of the slavery question. people general government has no control from selling, and that by feeding them with the had.shared. in all our joys and sympathized And we may hope at'least, in 185 for tbs
How that S Among the member who voted for!the Atherton fat occasionally, his hens continue to lay our sorrows. But why shoul we grieve I.- fair harbingers which promise .
illustrious on
and there
patriot statesman re. over ; but he held that was a political resolutions! was Dr. Wm. Taylor, president of the peace
i through whole winter-So. They are gone ; yea, except earth, and! good! will to men." L. II. Y.
garded it is well known, and to none bette obligation: rising out of the compromise Home ftce-soil convention. tlc Carolnia. al nl'is gone .

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if /'trmc Plarila fentntl. SIP't!.t4&!5 Now the solemn question Ii before_. ; been ascertained that Mr. Crawford proved Tnrpentix* In Florida. Mr. Clay a Colonel >t C E1ecUoA .

4 (:r. A solemn Qoettlcti fcr th. People to d&de. dependent freemen of Florida, the obstinate-that Gen. Taylor} was opposed to boat a half dozen gentlemen last winter We doubt. whether there are'any Democratic number gentlemen lately propounded

'". There i is a ques'ion involved !In the' approaching I People, xvSether: the affiirs of our ,. volunteers even for temporary defence went into the Turpentine business in this t papers in the Southern States without the r i the following important questions to Metm.iill .
which tbould borne Sato > hereafter forever be imits Missouri, that bare not Indignantly and Town? the two Gu
electro come are caod.es .
t' t ihe Whig leaders find it necessary to ease ufffrom r county and Wakullt. The experiment thus o rnatora :
: to tb* people ol, Florida with peculiar eoleni. bee irresponsibln Assemblage of a ((" denounced the late: course of Co! Benton.. dat Georgia.: GOT. TowQ has !
the State authorities fur. made is conclusive in favor of the profitableness o replied
"I. nil and It is a qUf'stmn'Llch; xve l itical leaders. Whether, in fact, they supporting any -
11, k&re, often poYter.touched upon-which is iaughrdal People shall rule, whether to get a t iher, and prepare to sustain .Mr.( Crawford. of ihe enterprise. One of these gentle They have no been satisfied to l look on bit I boldly, (frankly and patriotically. Judge Hi]',

I. ,.orre-iueered and called! hum. ion by a few leaders assembled Will conduct with silent disapproval! Nor baT at the itfesz! dates, had said I: Uume
by at she masses of the Whigs follow them 1 I r men, who is eminently worthy of confidence, mlIZ.
t .,. bug"by...ome-aflern1jted to be bullied down hority from the People, it, in fact, as We think not. has informed us that be will make not less hey attempted any palial ion or admitted any r pr:',
j .' by ioro -to rxphlued away by some- >oait,to gain the election. [Whoever is t ban two hundred barrels to the hand. This I excuse in his behalf. They Lave openly,I example' set by Gen. Taylor, when a cz Ji.
0', met by none dreaded by all the democratic mated t will, certainly be elected.] Let ..A Solemn for the to ,
; Question People Ute
and And 1 for
deStde"a loudly, bitterly condemned him. is
". 'I, .' leaders. At aI!| ri.k0 Late a duty to. system r>f political intrigue obtain a firm t $3 per barrel, his estimate of its value, Presidency, toUowe bj lit
1' and the Before going to the polls on Monday, we : foJ what? Because he has from the (riends in pursuit J subordinate clBces.
:' perform and we thai!! do it. permanen- foothold in the Stale, I brings; the sum of of$000 per hand. Being "ppt"ale Bmsz
r We (the People) claim lo be under are.I pIe may dispense with the ballot-boi, wish that our anti-Convention% Whig friend* unaccustomed to the business, be tasked them: instructions of the Missouri Legislature on the we doubt whether Judge Hill] will! Hod this

f I !,' publican form Government, where the'! will die: and superfluous appendage to the of Leon County, would refresh their nemo- very lightly-not enough to keep them employed subject of slavery, and commenced a relent. Ioem of tactics 1 successful as has tU dfs.inguished .
:: of the majority, as expressed! at the polls, is I ion of officeis. A few leaders xvill ritz the of article which
by perusal a long we warfare the of
body Southern It
upon great :
Ii' t the laV. This is our theory and in I the important business for them. To later than to Thursday evening of proo.yp. may seem cstleii((9speculate
; "' )J its practical operation is our guaranty for the nomination is to get the election-and : publish from the Florida Sentinel of 18-16.- each week. By giving hand such tasks as Democrats who are not disposed to submit to a of elections in n.r

} the ofa choice when the choice has They have presented to them for their suifrages he shut.out from California, with their sister State and of
listence of a government administered for use I would occupy them full time he has no doubt t prop enterprising course (It CIQouly

.\; the greatest good of the greatest number" already made.: Mr. X. L. THOMPSON, DOMINATED for t that they would save three hundred banels' city, by the action of Congr u. Yet c'en be very uncertain guessing, but our 'ci.ation" .

(' and for wise laws enforced( by faithful public But a vigilant, independent and inte11i I he Senate by Whig CONVENTION which each. This at the above estimate, giellhe Mr. Benton, it seems, is no provisoist. Says I cu! is that she will give an interesting
4 4: servants. It is the perfection of all theoriesofgovernment. People: will vindicate their cwn rights.>
': t f The people! as a body, can will show these convention xvire-puller! lately met in Tallahassee. um of$900, as the result of the labor of the St. Louis Union, "If the instructions bad commentary, nei Monday( on the text sotna

..'f T} never become politically corrupt. They will I the day (I If their supremacy has gone Three years since the great mission, the each hand! Where, we would ask, this side been simply against the proviso they would(J time since propounded in one of the Admini.

I .' always seek their own highest intt"r.l\t.-and\ I Their first act war to make a mockery end and aim, of Florida Whiggery, seemed to of California, is such an opportunity offeredfor have been obeyed ; for Mr. Benton is himsrl tra lion organs, that the Whig party ttrong I

,' those interests' are all harmonious and lie in elective franchise-but the independent be the overthrow and abolition of the system the accumulation ofa fortune is opposed to it and will tote against I and becoming stronger."
as i
b: a and wholesome men of this State, deceived: by them Conventions. Down with Con. present "dhw
pure :government. political instructions. Yet though opposed to the But to questions which toe
ed in the lands af Florida 1Ve do pro. the Democratic
' \: Now it is manifest that the introduction of have: pronounced the doom of these pine not .
I' any practice at war with ibis fundamental I rial assemblages. ventions, was the rallyingcry everywhere doubt that the Turpentine interest is, at a very) VIE, as h? has taken such a position a to I candidate has, and tho Whig candidate h$,

: ideas upon which our government is hued, .. _. heard during the canvass ""which resulted i in early day to become the most important' in the weaken the South, and give aid and comfort not answered. We presnme Judge Hill finds
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.. ,;3 (the.will& of the majority.) is fatal to the whet THE FLORIDIAN: & the success of Mr. Cabell over Mr. Kain.- State-and at no distant time, the source from to her enemies, he well merit the censure difficulty in responding to the third interrog

yitam, and destroys every guaranty of a ....- ** Down with Conventions," was the text upon whence the capital Florida will be increased with which Southern presses have visited him tory there being a difference :among thnWMgs
wholesome government. If njev have the which Mr. Cabell discoursed in Coun.
every But how contrasts this treatment of Benton of Georgia the
.y: ten fold. Our State offers incalculable ad. touching
selection of our public officers, where is the A. E. MAXWELL &. R. B. sme-JuSt
a ;., guaranty that they will! be faithful to the m \. EDITOR AX9 rRCFKICTORS.oeptcmuer t ty from Augustine to Pensacola. This Convention vantages over North Carolina, to those who With that which Henry Clay has received from fl erniemi and his friends! having advocated, ojMessrs.

,. ny The agent is responsible! to his principary.yanv LI system, said he in his published ad. would! turn their attention to this matter.- the Whigs ? Mr. Clay says : No one can Toombs and Stephens having opposed,

r -bitifn IucU1IcU tne principals"renrm.nI:, tue ""!'ft malt oft ;i .a.uuua.J' 2l1, dress. 1.4 AV 'WMNTION' OF MODERN FOLITJ.fIAN3 There are, first, .inexhaustible quantities of f bu more opposed than I am to the extension the Clayton Compromise :'

our officers, the latter cease! appntnfrs in reality, to ----,--. AND ITS END IS TO CONCENTRATE: pine lands to be had at government price.- of slavery into those new territories, either by 1st. Has Congress the right, under the eon.
'- hold any responsibility to the people or bold! To the Voters of Leon County. POWER IN THE HANDS: OF THE FEW: Bf TAKING !L. These lands in North Carolina command the authority. of Congress or by individual en slluio.to legislate! upon the subject of slave.ry .

it vaguely. in theory, which they do not recog. s.r am a Candidate to nil the vacancy i : IT FROM THE MANY." Let a donor ten dollars per acre. Second, owing to difference terprise." Have the great body of the Southern Territories?
nIle it fact. The People! it is true, have State Senate occaioned by the death if the } twenty candidates run," said: he, in aspeech condemned 2J. I or is not the WLJmot Proviso a vie.'
of the Whig press him for this ? A
t an undoubted right to this temperature, turpentine commences |lalion the Constitution ?
delegate appointing: T-LoRiMtn. lathu: announcing delivered in the Court .
in Ti llahjucee l-
.. power to agents. This they have done under accordance with the expressed! wishes cf tof running about a month sooner and fexv, it is true, have expressed iheir disappro 3d. Do you approve of the Compromise Bill
the Constitution and laws, every one of which m>' Miovr-citizena, reaidi ng in different parts away with this system xxhi?ii 1 continues to run about a month later in Florida i- bat ion : one, the Republic, of Augusta, has ,:t ffereii in the Senate of the United States by

it itself'an act delegated: authority. BM ii 'COUllt!. Should it be jour pleasure: to ha\ : deprives the people of their right ofchoosiu g than in North Carolina. The probability heartily r nounced him. Yet, for the mOlt M Ir. Clayton of Delaware ?

whenever delegated power is exercised, th. erve as Senator I the those whose services they desire. Don bile .tfJ., In the event of the pa age, by Con.
willdischarge? ; i is, that the yield will thus be from a part \ they will! startle their readers xvith
.. right to exercise it must be clear and unquestionable the politico 8J feitLially ai I tcy be able.: with Conventions," was echoed and quarter gress, of the Wilmot! Proviso, or of its inter.
or the exercise of it is a usurpation. \. E. oed, either in word or spirit fiom rr.eti.1/! 10 a third mere here than there. A third ad.: alarming accounts uf coalitions in the Non Ii, //ereuce with the subject of slavery! in ths DFs.
,, There roust be no room for doubt as to whether every ';i.vantage i is our proximity to New Orleans, ii I'. and are horrified at the vote of Houston and Ir ict of Columbia what course ought to bo

: or not the People: have so delegated thi Late Indian News-Capt. Jeralgan fired press in the State. This, (said the Sent'' j, best market for Spirits of Turpentine'lli<<,'hI Benton on the Oregon Bill, they forget the adopted by the South?
power. This must be clemly! shown to be nel, in the article we quote.) is a qtiestioi''
affords. position of Mr. Clay, and find .
Yet is can
'" the fact by: some direct and positive expression By vessel just up from Tampa, we which should come '!home to the people *f | ourcountry i notorious that no no opportunily Abolition Dent i the Mails.The .

.:. of their will. What would be though important intelligence that the Indians Florida with peculiar solemnity and "* people in the Southern Slates have for the of warning the South against him. citizens of Pendleton, S. C. hearing -

.. ofa man who should claim lo be fothe I Gen. power last ten years accumulated fortunes, But though Southern presses.are comparatively of the arrrival their
ray agent r to meet Txviggs at Sara Sola on And yet Mr. Cabell. the Peter the Hermit of compara- post-office of a large
r disposition of my affairs-because I never I lSb had lively so rapidly, as have those North silent in relation to Mr. Clay's views,I of
: package incendiary publications
as they appointed. They the crusade Carlni.ans ,
.. told him he against Conventions three demanded
teas not my agent ? and is years those views have
a posi- have had lands not escaped the notice of:
who in
no one but pine pOlession.- th at they should! be delivered the Post.master. .
tlve power to be claimed Iron the People, be.: Capt. Casey. They invited since, has note taken the stump to awaken Northern by
: A cause they do not rise in miss and deny the Twigg_, through him, to meet them Whig enthusiasm in behalf of a candidate wi What increase wealth may we not expect Whigs. A Massachusetts paperthus He 'fiwin they went into tha

}po'-vei ? nineteenth October, for a conference would be in the field kof from the application of capital in Florida to contrasts the sentiments expressed by him office, and pushing aside the P. M., laid hands
nut but I
for the
.' Now_ the qtifstion; arises-Where did thev"i "t._ t.____ u_ _... "., S S .. .... .' '" .. -work- -!' this inviting field! I II in his letter to the Cleveland Free Soil Convention I on the objectionable( packages. j
inn powerTLen did the Peo,,Ie ofthis nc uatc tin uuuui ui luc gam*; YVIIICU muis InenllOn 01 mor.ern: politicians," wooer S with (hose of Gen. Cass as embodied

State delegate lo a few leading politi. arc playing. They with to obtain I end is to concentrate power into the hand_ : I Honker* and Eanburneri-New Ycrk Politic: in his communication' to Mr. Ritchie : XOIhl"rn"Conservat lye Whig"widoub.Je"

"!. cians the power selecting! their public ter- Their representation which we last of the few by taking it from the many." Ant I The two wings of I be New York Democracy .* JVb stand aghast at the perpetration of such:

ants Suwannce, and arranging public affairs. The published as to the two outrages being; !''the j t Florida Sentinel J, which i in 1846, must, so well known by their nick.names, sometime opposed Henry than Clay 1 am says fo:the man can of bf slavery more an outrage And perhaps weak nerves even

a claimed to be Convention called in their mnifelo, milted at Peas Creek aud Indian } I peal out, xvhether men would hear or fir. t since held Conventions at Rome, in that int' those new feriori s. eiUT ezttnsa by the authority South of the Potomac,may be shocked. But

the people." Let those together who set by the this roice claim of the same party, unauthorised : I bear, having;:: a "duty to perform," in arousing State, for the purpose, if possible, of uniting of Congress, or by individual enterprise." w e are inclined to think that self-preservation

show their commission,their xx-arrant.up They we now believe to be false. fhe JI the people to pronounce at the ballot-box the The project failed the Hunkers resolutely refusing 'He rejoices in the tact that the Ordinance of is an object which should be secured, even
87 has shut from the States
did exercised positive poxver. When and where will never be given up, but at the last doom of these dictatorial assemblages," faith and the Barnburners a strongly desi. operates, the evils of slavery., upon From which these. I though sentimentalism should in its agonic,

: they the elected!People by Iorantlhem the that (power? Were ty. As to removing they have no !] 'fully performed that duty. Has it no dutylupeiform I ring, to make the question of the extension of declarations, it is a strong and legitimate implication : t tur up the white of its eyes.
People 1fere
jority of the People of a ma doing it. : in 1849 Yes truly : its piesent 1 slavery a test of party fidelity. ThereupnIbe that, if necessary, be wi vote f for: The Pendleton .Messenger r m1TJ:

'S.. #. at any time to any giv their one coun'y oral sane-, assembled In addition to the foregoing, a letter duty is to call the voters of Leon to the sup i former p Irty, claiming to be I C the Wilmot Proviso and be says be hopes It would be much more agreeable to O if
the question be met with calmness M r. Collifmer woud! lake the view of
lion<< to, or arqiienv.? in !tne pjx>intm"nt of r Governot from Fort Gallin Oranpe !I, |port of a gentleman! whom one of these same mocracy of the State, put forth a masterly ad. candor, and finally\"i settled in a manner give and the law that was taken by a former same Postmaster .

\ a. anyone ry, is it not ofthcee& notorious delegate/fact t? that On the contra. brings intelligence! of an Indian attack I "dictu orial assemblages" vould impose dress in elation to the history of the anti.slave strength and stability to the Union. Here t i iA General and keep these incendiary paper

every where cautiously abtsnted, the themselves People i three Indians! upon Cap Jernigan, 1 1 upon them as their Senator, alike in opposition ry qpe-81'ion, showing that the course of the, no equivocation. All is open and above.board.; -o ut of his mails! but we suppose bU abolition

.' from these primary meetings. Who will dare) miles from that place. He xxas several 1a t we believe, to )IUK wishes and theirs.Vlijr .-. Democratic party has ever been to keep this,$ l He has declared himself openly and boldly an feeling* warp his judgment. Be this as it
... ibat fired from ib. \ question of advocate c-f frpe.lwil. and this declaration, [ ay he may be as nssert one forty. M<.!bth pirt of ihe voters I at iliiianoa of about Mxiy I Jo nnt iho Whig; organ new a.li, at l;It 1 1did t out Congress, leaving it I to the t J1vrliicb

-, '. of Florida. (reckoning them at fl.OOO.) were and only saved his life by taking shelter hili'I: in 1840 WHERE DIP TilE CONVENTION: :; people of the several States to whose jurisdic- upon emancipation, ;ill bio pr.io..ly, is the crowning cipreeeed glory Vi we of I{i Carolina.is! his dtprmnl government i is. :owerea or law ever in South was

.. :" p.0."t to t the itiese exercise meetings of this or in any xvay these assented f finding concealment in a piece of woods. WHICH NOMINATED Mr. Thompson, get i its r t lion it rightfully and alone belongs. We today his life, is the expression not only of the whole>! enforced in a free country which was not stu.t .

so called delegates. These facts power by noto. power to elect a Senator J When and u-here publish a long extract from this address, xvhig party of the North, but of its majority 4t lined by public opinion. The Post OtficaDepartment

.r' rious. They have never been denied are nor Government Troops. did the people grant them (its members) that, which Southern men will find eminently worthy the South. In his opinions, at home and in since the advent of the present a

: can they he denied. What then is the dt Mr. Craxvford put his refusal to ? power ? 'Were they elected by the j J; t t of perusal. I is probably 'from the pen hi s own party, he occupies no isolated poitin'h.. j J ministration, haa been an annoyance and a
people l HP gives hut I to the of this.
fence 7 Florida volunteers for: the I utterance lo nothing c urse people State: ; and theOf
setup They the
say people might t temporary The of Mr.( of the
one ablest
". have attended these ifihey of frontier the people might hate giren them thalJor.tC1 Maivy) ver pollicalwriler toned and liberal sentiments of the majority i i Government at Washington may look for
meetings thought L our on ground that ho in the
: proper." Thus they assume a positive dered if they had thought proper. But the people Union. Southern \hi s. higher and stronger measures from them un-
er from the People-a power to act as pow.their eight companies from variou; I did not think proper-they did not give them Soon after the Conventions which met at Lewis Cass in hU long effusion, give* no j i l les' it !Interfere to protect us from the a&ult

.", agents for the transaction of their business t the Gulf and Atlantic, and ihe 7th I this potrer-they did not consent to its tzerc e.I Rome had adjourned without accomplishing I I utterance to a single sentiment of the kin id.t 1 | j o which we are daily subjected.e .
t because the : from Jefferson Barracks ((10 companies )I le does not avow one sympathy, with the
people might" have given them I What then is the unavoidable conclusion ?, any thing, the Hunkers held another Convenetion which the o I The New York Courier &
that POYUIftbey thought But lo the Indian frontier ; and held out the jec advocates of Free Soil seek Enquire
; the people did not think proper-they proper. did not t I t that these troops would form an effective Tin: POWER WAS USURPED 1" Language like l for the nomination of Slate officers. A- attain. He does not give it as his opinion, : says : ," A.line of steamers between Charleston .

give them this power-they did not consent I of thousand t this, (too strong for our approval, we confess,,) fc1 ticket was nominated, with the proviso, t that the introduction slavery into the terri. and Liverpool is talked of Mr. Davis, .
a ticthe
toils exercise-they were not present at the or hundred men, I wall uttered not alone in relation to National however, that in case the Barnburners, who se 0 j|i lories' would be an ei and, by bis allusion to oS.IUlb'Carolina,.just returned from Europe,
would require an average of sixty or \ i the Nicholson without disavowal
a of
primary meetings, sanctioning: the conventionand or Stute Conventions : County Conventions, Convention was soon to be held, would unite | ; brings a direct proposition therefor from a
% selecting the delegates. men to each company.Noxv 3 nyofitasentiments, he leaves- lo infer thai' j
we arc given to understand in the canvass, they might supply the place of "J. wealthy and influential
What then is the unavoidable conclusion ? what are the facts ? The Iwo are no better lis opinion now, as then, is that the numb Company in the litter
The t than the rest. We are told that the "grand several of the nominees with men of their slates would not be increased in o I Iand city."
!?Iwer'at usurped. And thos so call panics cent fr'.rn Augusta and Savannah cs _ _ _
rd delegates, who assumed to therrjvelves tl.e Convention is but the creature of State Con. own. This proposition the Barnburners have: consequently the evil in no way e n- Messrs.
.a ... office of not only of putting: down ona man and J ountcd to sixty men, all told. The ventions; and only exemplifies, on a larger accepted. The probability then, is, that in hanced In the face of the fact that sIne : .
setting up another, but even of civing utter from Charleston contained not more \\\\z.n\\ scale, the mischief and evil the t he ensuing contest in New York, the partiesin are already in CaJfornia. and many on theirway was told sometime laleek ((1 think it
.. ance to the sentiments of the of : ty. The 7lh Regiment readied New consequences, thither ; ordinance of'87, was on Thursday.) by one of mv neighbors
people this i the field will be '
tyrannies and as in former the I that there
Slate upon political and about usurpations emaller: bodies of years xvhicb he endeavors toshow is an unsafe precedent was to be a meeting the net day
measures those numbering 360 3SO
1 who did ibis, exercised men, or men, Ihe t kind in the Stales." Abolitionists of.the Birney and Garrison school, ; in face of lhat article of the Federal at Pi gah, and that Mr. Cibell would address

p ..,. the peop'o never conferred a prerogative them which and a large sick lut, and cannot contain 300 Just before the: election in 1840 the Sen. t the Whigs and the Democrats. Of the two. I Constitution, which declares that Congress t the people on various topics of interest to

.u to which they had no just claim upon xvhatever.- r'clh'e troops by the lime they arrive in linel put forth the following emphatic and sol.\ great parlies in the State, Whigs'and Democrats I i shall have power to dispose of and mak all them.t l Although I do not usually attend p.ltical
rida needful rules and meetings, I thought I
The or an of tbirty'men to respecting
assertion that average go
that woul
convention was emn appeal the people of the' State. As it i is probable that well nigh or quite i fPtulations xvhat
called together by ihe voice of the company. al t territory belonging Ulipd States," he hpl Mr. Cabl'l had say. Well, I
II no more unwarranted than the still people bolder, In the Quarter Master's hat paper is now placed as lo make it imprudent I. of each party are abstractly opposed to the in- staves off the question of I Wilmot Provisoon (l iid go, and ure enough MrCabell!! di3 make

one, that ** xvhoex or is nominated will Department, to utter such sentiments through ,its t troduction of slavery in California ;j' thai the the ground of .unconstitutionally." I He a speech. He talked a great dea about disunion

be elected." Both are the offpringofan certainly ut. hyse- and mule ((130,) and nearly all the columns, we feel 1 that its readers will be Whigs without exception are in favor of pro. will have none of it. This, loo. he assures u., and .Mr. Calhoun's s and gate
firot t sent to afford of i is not to be the last of ome, reasons why he did He
ter fJuirj6rd! of the means transportation it with him. but on his not sign it.
rights and power of the! obliged lo us for addressing in its name tho hibiting it from going there by Congresionalenactment I
People) which is ihe and ; Tampa to the Indian boundary, were return to the National Councils he shall have t hen glorified Gen. Taylor to the skies, and
beginning endin
same solemn in the form of iha Wilmot
: Proviso
appeal to
voters of Leon ; the rubbed the old General
of all these schemes to upset the fundamental i 1 up in some od! steamer employed in the "opportunity expressing his sentiments up into a star of the
p theory of our government: and I County through our pages : that one half of the Democrats, the Barnburners more fully." first magnitude. But what bought me to tho
concentratepoxver to that
Mr. Crawford had
into the hands ofa few active political no use Now the solemn question is before ihe in. agree entirely with the Whigs in their Here we have the sentiments, opinions, and d et-ernmiatjos,, to write you letter, and

:. leader : I| Florida mounted volunteers 1 dependent freemen of Leon County, the sovereign purpose of prohibition ; that the other half o'' feelings of the representatives of the whig shoxv my felloxv citizens what sort cia m:1
6 Lately Mr.\ Crawford has whetherthie' and democratic Men Mr. Cabell is, was what he said about .
.: And yet strange to say, the advocates and stripped all : People, affairs of our yo-ing the D..mocrts the Hunkers, are opposed to parties. of all parties the ap.pointment
:" abettors of this system in our Stale, claim to Northern Atlantic forts of their skeleton State are hereafter forever to be controlled by I draw their oxvu inferences. They are e in. of an Overseer to office. He staled .
:, be the peculiar friends o. Mr. Calhoun, and t tillery Companies, to raise another ; these irresponsible assemblages of a few political the Wilmot Proviso or any other action I of : quent in their elucidation principles! and that the Democrats charged him with theoffence

to hold up Ibe doctrines of that great states t. for f Florida which will leaders. Whether, in fact, they or the' Congress on the subject, believing with Gen. suggestive of party policy for ihe future. The of getting an Overseer appointed Live
man as the rule of their political fkilh and probably add People shall rule, whether lo get a nomination Cass that Congress has nothing to do with I the principles of Gen. Cass are ihe principles of Oak A:ent, and tried to create the impression
practice. Do they forget that such is Mr.\ 400 men more lo Gen. Txviggs force. by a few 'leaders assembled xvithout authority matter of slavery in any form or shape. t the Union," the principles of the Boston that the Democrats did nu consider O'enfengOld

; "i- Calhounfs abhorrence of these conventions I, I strongly sunnised that this large -'. from the People, is, in fact, as I hey Post, and of the entire influence of ibe b Co.beopress. enough to hold office, while he, Mr.

: that in his place in the Senate two or three force is in response: to Gen. T.'s I boast, to gain the election. [Whoever is nominated The Mails. I It is at the tail of I this car that Cabell, looked upon them as being the best

": 4' months since, lie declared that unless the call fur a Regiment; of mounted volunteers will certainly be elected.] Let this We have hithe to forborne tojoin in the Northern Democracy is doomed to h drag ed. men in the community. Now, Messrs. Editors .

whole system were overthrown, I'the overthrow We system of political intrigue: obtain a firm and, general outcry raised from every portion I of The principles of Henry Clay are those of I never heard any Democrat make this
I: "-' of our political system is inevitable I 1"; profess little knowledge of the >foothold in the State, and the People the country in regard to the shameful cot t the entire xxhig party at the North and the objection. Mr. Cab-II is the only man from

..', True, he spoke of National Conventions war, but would suppose that Artillery ; may dispense with the bal! ot.box, as an lion of the United States mail service. di.Ye entire liberality of 'the South, which forms themajorit whom I have bt'ard.tbe slightest bint of this
but what are National Conventions but (he panies will he about as useful in an in idle and superfluous appendage to the seIe l c. } whig party there. These let. I sort, and I could not help believing that bethought
: offspring of State Conventions, composed of I war in Florida, as mounted men would of officers. A few leaders will do all do not suppose now that any thing we can say t tI ters wi do a good work. and we commend. ho would make all t o O"tftel who

It', delegates appointed by the latter. The whole been (to storm the battlements of St. Juan impottant business for them. To get the will work a change. But we feel that it i I tis t their perusal to the people. heard him believe ibis and prejudice them

system is one and indivisible. It begin I in is 10 get (he ell'clion-and where due to our citizens that the complaints heard against the Democrats, while hit, being their
Ulloa and that Mr. N. Y Journal
would have
; the little convention of eight or ten in ihe ; Marcy us* of a choice, when the choice has been from mouth in this vicinity should f find Commerce. friend, would! commend himself to their spe
, 'to villages, who send ihe delegates lo the State as much sagacity in supplying Gen already made ? The Editor of this Journal has seen fit t t to cial r favor. I had frequently heard the word

,,.. ', Convention, and they in turn send delegates with such force for that service, as Mr. ', But a vigilant, independent and inlelli 1 utterance through the press. It is now, i and I publish a letter from his Washington correspondent Demagogue used, but I never knew its pre*
to the National Convention nt People will vindicate their ba been for weeks and months, a ran occur. dated llth rise meaning. As soon, however I heard
and,so arises lhat ford does in the present instance. own rights.J ( Sept. 1840,) with as
1 huge, overshadowing power, whose voice 1 is Thus, out of ihe 28 or 30 companies of : They will show these convention xvire.pullers, rence "papers and letters to reach us whendUPe false,! aspersions of A the authorities uf Florida this t e meaning of the word, flashed across )
more potent than that of Congress voice I llie day of their supremacy has gone by. Communications from East Florida, my mind at once. But Air I Cabl has mw.
' :r which undertakes lo dictate the terms-of trea. ulars ordered to Florida Gen Twiggs I The independent freemen of this which should come in three the Florida people, and A Floridatroops. ed his mark These int Overseersthat
days "
;;4; lies, and by a few hastily drawn resolutions have less than a thousand men, for all County, have pronounced the It is evidently intended to rmsleac he praised so highly, are no 10.b dupedby

; 101 t ft: to settle the whole domestic and foreign: poli.I.f' -and not one half of these suited to the of these dictatorial assemblages." two weeks on the road. Washington date Ibo public at the North, and divert their attention what hemay choose to say or .-

f' :; cjr of the government during a Presidential vice he requires-and we doubt if he has t I P.. ,due in five or six days, arrive on the tenth I or 'from Mr. Craxvford's supercilious, in.. They are not going to abandon their principle
:! 1t-: term. Under this system, the voicn of the New French Minister. fifteenth day after, being mailed. To-day MS without better reasons than Mr. Cabell has
been able to establish in ';; course towards the State of Florida.Wi
1.a: vast majority; as given in Congress by their a single post The New York Tribune says that it has Saturday, and the last Washington Union i suiting the given. This I believe is what politicians cal!
' "J! duly elected of the white settlements! or on the : wa Journal Commerce re-publish the But
representatives, is completely! lost informed that the French Minister's re- received last an attempt lo mko'p1tical capital.
>* :.- and sinks into insignificance before the voice assigned to ihe Indians-unless at iom '! I : l has been decided on by the French Gor. Sunday. letter of our Commissioners Mr. Craxvford i think Mr. bter wait until tie
4 of a. moiety of the People-a few leaders, as such as Manatee or Indian River, that The explanation of our difficulties and disappointments and let its readers see and judge for themselves charge is made against as an offrnc .-

given in Convention. Were the'delegates t lo )>e reached by water. independently of his difficulty: with i is douhtleu to be sought in the .1Ve 1 offer and ask for no other vindication No\r I ask my felloxv.overseers if they ar*
": this Convention, or to the Slatn Convention t, Cabinet at Washington. A son of Gen. I appointment of an inefficient Post Master going lo lei iMr. Cabell gull them in this .ny
In the face of this of our State authorities "
1 r elected by the People such an assemblage, fatuity, obstinacy, ; is said to be named as }his eucccs General and the .people! or wi they not rather condemn this w.**-
disorganization "
t.. though unrecognized Ly the Constitution: and: ranee or stupidity or'bltevt"r it may be, the consequent and .troops. yes, call i xveak-attempt to imp"Sj> ca
'u removal
the Laws, would nevertheless be more in con. the part of Mr. Crawford some of our upon of officers acquainted with : Mr. r ihem* ? AN OVE&5EE*.
Edgar A. Poe of the .
their duties and one
tho .
substitution of O mot :
sonance with our form of and leaders ( ,new ones[ -
government are beginning openly to defend MAKYX.AND ELEl.'Tloy.TbeVaabington 1
; of the By Telegraph for the
popular American [ Republicankoa
; ::1 the who are pe contributors -p
for their ioicl
representative* But this is yet places.
system. not i 1. 1 Florida. of he 8 uaqua1ift"d .
: ; even At first all parties, ft i Charleston Courier thin SpRiuoriciD, Maw. .
the case. A few leaders appoint a few lead. U.V. ,, has become a member of the Shoc. : lp
; J it*, .. !rs -and these in turn appoint still fewer, and i larly in the East, united in calling upon Democrats will gain two members ciCo a- (ttT:: The custom of wearing long dresses Hill Division of the Sons of Temperance' The Democratic Convention assented

$4), in the successive usurpation of poxver, the Moselev\ ] locnll out Militia fcr the in Maryland( at the.ensuing election. is thought by some to have been ,introduced Richmond, Virginia.' Mr. Poe' intemperate! here to-day, and nominated Mr. (Jeorge S.:

I oic<*.of the People S it wholly. !o.t.. our exposed frontier And. lf seemed nave hopes of making a gain of one by a .lady. \\bo had doubtful feet ':1nd.qt.. habits have long been a source of deep regret Bar.wel a of their'Massachusetts.candidate for, T&G&fnt,? fi If.i :

S red to susL&inwh'at he dilL But after it in Milliesi ,1. .lionable ankles.I his Stae. WI
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[ion THE rLoniDiAw ft. JOURNAL.] -that Icadato may we shudder i the allied forces,-4 districts bft j .
rin.Vel yet escer- you alto a.portrait of Garibaldi's negro, (now I DR CORBETTS ; Notice to Tax Payers. ,

TO HIS EXCELLENCY GOv. MOSELEY. a we extend glass. tam ed. : d.ad;)- :'Hen a fine 're10w; his dress f I Concentrted Syrup ofSuapaUa lax |,serf i.f Leon Ctnrly ar. hereby in. .

SIR :-All candid reabonera will admit that The man that with a brow oLbrisi, The fruits of the victory on the 10th, may red lose'coati.Bn a.o\ : bandker. singularly preparation maybe relied THE that their TIS" MUST be I'.I$ bf <

the eVils that Piescnts the ovetflowingheJeeSs g1s" tLcrefl' \f4i "iimed up as illows : chief. loosely over his shoulders.. The upon IS efndou" in Yt*.'. that hare MONDAY the first day of October,M Ihe hwjxjfi.ix
is I
drunkenness greatest T.c.hsv merit b.iDg
among your ; GOVERNMENT'I be rare other tic lt forbid* me lftin! 'njr further d-lty. Those
fellow shot t in the last \.b.tout.-
I* such a friend as you had need, poor was fight. vhw'comply with thi notice will be saved tb a4dl.
has crcr elected- the family! of man. ItsUiht throujihniit--nnd UNI. distinguished\ Prolesso Have*,Sate As tr o'f \
Be'ry much his fiiend indeed 1 DE\OCRATlc
of ort'their prnpifv.fo'niski
spread.on'die whole: 'lace of nature, To pardon or to bear it." TED STATES fr6.yearfromtbe I Queer Libel Suit.-A Mr. Templeton. Massachusetts.. should ;have says:a-preference over all others for rionalex'enW r.e taxe a levy JAMES W. SHERWOOD

B: E'M trUth in terms too eloquent to be m*.. It comes like the serpent to Eden's fairy 4th March, 1851.-Augusta Age. who reported the speech of Gen. Taylor, at cure I in which medical qualities of Sar,aparillt uesought. Tai Ai'r. & Cc!. LOB, Coonf J.Svptotnbr07 .
underflow: !, T nJ t'\o*,Iemn to he disregarded? bower with all its deceptive witchery. I Pittsburgh} Pa., has commenced a libel suit .". J s.I31 2r '. ,.
From the Charleston indo but what others who stand the ablest in the .
lay ,
while the bvk 'of God thunders: from its 'sacr .It smiles,but murders to that which while it smle its Court 22 against the editor of the Pittsburgh Post, who : "healing art r" a ,Notice. :
"d pges "no dnmVartl fchall enter into the its cheeks with artificial tears beat' declared the report a forgery and a carica From Dixi Crosby, M/D., Professor of'Surgery; and THREE/ rrcnths rl.r.dart, I nill *pplj.to t tM") '
It wes deceives more sly than BALTIMORE, 19. Obstetrics, &c., tt Da.-lmoulh College, N. H.: lad s of'Frobate for th* County of JtfVertcn "
l liinj dum .f hvaveh;" Here, then is an evil yet UJ'Ue. September ture. The.foIlowSng is the paragraph. upon Hanoter. N. H., February 22,1817. for }frave to sell the'personal. estate r cf TbcfiaStephens /' .'

the latid with untold and These are the characteristics of the social The following are the particulars] of ihe which the suit was instituted. ;- Dear Sir:-In answer to your inquiries concerning deceased. ., < J
filling unappreciable glass, nnd'to what awful results have they led ? difficulties with the French Minister: i 1 the Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla prepare OCTAVU? HJ GADSDEX.Ouardian ,
evils, and here is, the sentence visited upon it How much of family peace and comfort has Last February, M Pouss lo Mr. \V' ulJenecthat the caricature' on by (the'Society' 'of "1'.kef in J Canterbury, No ., of lie children ol widThcmM '.' .

fr i the throne'of God, and from'which there it sacrificed Who can estimate. it ? Its vic. Buchanan, I then Secretary of State presented, n claim in Gen. Taylor's speech delivered in thii cityas would say that .I have long been familiar with the Stephens'37 defeated.' '. I IJ.fTen'nn
recommended it, from Cnuntyept 2C.1849. 2an>3m
reported for the Gazette and Journal, is !".'. prescriptionand have always .
it no appeal. What is the duty of the patriot, lories have been confined to no age, condition behalf of M. Porte, a Frenchman, residing in, i ing published in the federal at (the my personal knowledge of those concerned in ifseparationwbich f

the philanthropist, and Christian 1 There is or sex. The young man with high promise, Mexico, who purchased a quantity' of Tobacco East. We again the papers pr I to me is proof that it is just what Lost: .y
the hope and slay of fond parents has launched knowing it to be private property. General I repeat declaration, on it purports to be. DIXI CROSBY, M. D. PROMISSORY NOTE rut one hundred wd: ; '
no issue upon the facts. There is and may out upon the great ocean of life. At first Childs ordered the Tobacco to be restored to I unquestionable authority that no such speech Dr.Thomas Cbrbetl."Shaker Village N. H. A eighty-five dollars, signed*by Larkin Bell payable -
ris that reported was delivered by Gen. Taylor Bristol N. H Jan. 20, 1S$7.$ to John Darsey order one alter date, .
be an honest difference opinion as to the all l went prosperously. The bow of the right and the Frenchmanback or day gives ,
promise owner, gave i in this city. Topics were introduced into the "Having directed and used the Compound Concentrated about 17ih April. 1849. All PT OM are berebv
true came of the evil and the best mode of extirpating spanned the firmament of his high ambition. his money. The French Minister then printed speech that the eneral never alluded Syrup of Sarsaparilla,' prepared by the i cautioned against trading for said note. ,

(it. Perhaps, if wo could all take a Friends crowd around him ; are profuse in set up a claim for damages. A Court of Inquiry to ; indeed, the : is the caricature United Society of Shakers in Canterbury, I confidently JOHN DARSEY.DecatucCoGa.September22,1S49. .
thE tender of their confidence and love. He decided against the claim, and their de. reports greatest recommend it to the profession a a valuable 37 3t. )
proper view of the cause, it might be less difficult and forgery ever perpetrated upon a auxiliary in the treatment of Scrofula, and diseases: -
wins to his bosom and from the maternal
cis ion
Gen. Scott .
was approved by and after
roof public man, can attested those who of the Liver. 1 also consider it an efficacious rem A. ,
to unite upon a remt'.d). I will, therefore the maiden fair. She centers in him the wards Mr. a L by E. AXWELLTiY :
by Clayton. M. Poussin, in a note heard the original for the cure of a variety of cutaneous diseases .
state a proposition, and proceed Jo rea- ures of a heart first taught to worship In love's 10 Mr. Clayton used insulting language agnlnst General Taylor I"K has declared the something' about the formula of.this Syrup, \ J AT LAW,

it. But in I mystic court. Love peace, happiness surrounds Gen. Childs. Mr. report ere and watching its etiects on the system, I can safely
ron upon doing PO am aware Subsequently, at in
rayton's many particulars, and as a matter recommend it of 't TILL attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir. 'f
thai I throw m"t'Jfinto the midft . \'Y cuit. 03- Office back of the Floridian & S I
aition distinguished at leastor/ its overwhelm- :Id, the insidious serpent enters the offensive letter. 1. o Journal Reading Room.
the defence.
1 will, indeed, be a rich The subscribers therefore place this before the I
jug numerical superiority, and pampered and e r. The sparkling glass, like friendship's offering M. Poussin addressed another note lo the fair. I af public a the most effective remedial agent known: Tallahassee, July 2s, 1S4929 I Ir r

fed bj an appetiteliich brocks no opposition. tomes to enliven the scene ; to give State Department, making charges against 1 to tbe age! Testimonies as to iu wonderful cures & FOPE Just received. .i )

Hut truth i. powerful, and armed \\'il bits power j ja y, spirit,. and increased happiness. Its in. Commodore Carpender in connection with I DISGUSTING ITS OWN FR D3. in general t Diseases of the System, Impure Bo BAGGING Ps. Baling-,

und shielded with ;its panoply, I shall fearlessly spiring influence is hailed with rapture. It saving: the French hip Eugt"nin from shipwreck Arleclion of the Lungs which daily are (biL OlCoiU Rope -

rlrp forward in its defencenndmee?, if nerds becomes the' family guest. It winds about theunsuspecting for which Com. Carpender claimed The reckless and.shameless assaults which the those greatest who believe cure il of a duty to give and thi-m,1 restoratives prove tobealh L 100 bU.Twine. .

be, in heroic martyrdom: ihti fate that public husband and father its deceptive salvage for his crew. This was On t the Republic-the organ of Gen. Taylor and ever yet known.dise3el A 'fall supply of the above article '"ill be kept
tpinion may award me. toils' and a he tutu iates in its lite-giving in. this "ul .c.l. P.uain wrote a very insulting r t ihe clbinel-u'lnual."A upon someof K.: BRINLEY & CO., Sole Proprietors, c constantly on handduring the season S. S.4CNIGHT.bY. '

Social lipling, or what some term temperate fliif IICP and takes it more and more into his letter lo reflecting on the hon -r t the emnt"nt distinguished men of Nos. 3 and 4 South side Faneuil Hall, Hoton. Tallahwce. &rt. 15. 1549. 36

drinking is. in my opinion, the true cause of confidence, it is increasing its mastery over of our Government. Gen. Taylor then cans this country happen to be opposed to the LEWIS A AMES

drunkenness-the nursery of drunkardx.I'hilosophy .- him. until at last, when too late, bp disco\'Pr ed the whole correspondence to be laid beforehe party in power, is beginning to excite the disgust Sole Agents for Tallahassee.--! New Fall and Winter Goods. .

teaches that every cause produces the false character of its friendships. He French Government, expecting immediate and rebuke of its own friends. The New I TIlE UNDERSIGNED informs his customers and

its legitimate efiecUj; therefore, if ejects are 1 finds himself cru-hed h its constrictor.lkl redress. This not being done Gen. Tay. York Exening Mirror, which claims to be the MRS. DEMILLY public e nerally that he has agents of experience .
) and capacity in the cities of New York
injurious and require suppression it becomes I II 'b!ls.! He stiggcr: and wihout power b lor ordered all correspondence with M. Pout original Taylor paper: thus comments upon and Boston. f fir .the purchase of pmds suited t& this i I

I necessary to strike at and remove the cause. or disposition to rtlease himsclf he fails sin to be closed, and his passports placed athis the -Hack of the organ upon Mr. Bancroft : A market ; and that he will, in a few days bereceivg '

I No; husbandman would think of exjirpating into the drunkards grave, every findhope disposal. The Washington Republic has an article in i aol will continue to receive during the fall: and -

, the noxious growth of weeds and bushes with; of her who had linked her destiny with attempting to exalt! Mr. Brodhead, and to ridicule winter a large and well aborted stick of, AMERI. .

i which his farm infested his 'blighting forever the last leafof i Mr. Bancroft. We think it TENDERS her thanks 1( her CAN. BRITISH FRENCH GERMAN, ITALIAN
was by nimply loppinzoff ; green a BALTIMORE September 20. signaly RESPECTFULLY public generally for the liberal 1 AND INDIA GOODS, embracing every article staple .
! the tope, leaving in the ground the roots and i wintry hope. The church of the I living God, The Washington Republic! of to-day contains I- u fiiils in both efforts ; and we cannot see patronage she: h>received formerly, and for a continuance or 'fancy usually sold in this market. The facilities

tulibe! *to re-produce; intiantly! the sam eflCL: and even its ministry, are not exempt from the three columns giving official any capital is likely to be made by abusing a of the same she can confide illy say that for which he now possesses' for keeping on hand

No .tinn wo-ild consider hirniell'' acting. wisely, r avagesofuhe social glass. Oien: has it been of the between an account man who is tneral\ acknowledge to have r the coming st-ason unusually strict attention. will be a constant supply of new and desirable goods, enables .
of of difficulty our GO\'Erment and been oft he ziveii to her business Her table shall not be sur- him i to f\ff'r much greater inducements lo hi*
it, finding his tJ'caJlinz'r"pl in flames, he the lot the writer this to see ihe accredited one : of the Navy wehave I tt
the French Minister. Tht substance! i is Ihp pas ed by any of this place. Hunters will be continually friend: *and he public,both in prices and assortment .
should' simply sranther that flame and retire minister of Go not only communing same already sent The Republic ever had by all the veterans of the ser. employed during the winter for the wild t than heretofore. These, with strict attet lion lo business

tstisfied, while the glowing! coals and burning with this the. great enemy of the cross, but thinks 8 there is no apprehension you. of i in \'icf. Thp article in .the Republic is both I game of the forest and for the feathered fowl of theUket. he hopes will receive (or him a liberal share t 1,

cinders remained to kindle h fir the next; imbiMng i its spirit so freely as to expel that of this wr ungenerous and ungentlemanly ; and that our of t patronage. All orders prompth! executed, and .

mcceeding breeze. Cause and effect stand I spirit which commands, Look not upon the consequence difficulty I readers may judge of its character, we givethem" Her tales of charge for board and board and lodg every effort made to give satisfaction. The undersigned I
has been received the War will also make liberal
Intelligence at in g per day, week, month or year, shall. be satisfac: purehasecottn or
connected. wine when red when it its color in a specimen
inseparably To destroy the latter: ,,p ; giveth Department, stating that the Seminoles disclaim tory to her patrons, a advances shipments to his friends in' New York.S. .
it is necessary to remove the former. the cup ; when it moveth iuelf aright : for at all connection with the recent We omit, the article which the Mirror cites I A stable, with a good ostler i is attached. F. BURNEY.Sptember .

I do not recognise as properly cxpress\'e l last it biteth like a serpent, and stingeth likean Twiggs the Indians outragtO.nencral t to prove {lie justice of its strictures' upon I September 2:, lHg. 38. Cm- 15. 1i9.; 38Edncation. I
adder." says are peacefully t the of the cab These
the term temperate drinking. It is a solecism disposed. course net organ. scur. .

in terms. I hold that the alcoholic slim The last triumph of the social glass i is its Commodore Ballard has rillous nnd'Yugar! : attacks of the organ upon :NEW GOODS. I
ulunt of all is triumph over the Christian church. That Is assigned I lo such eminent men as Mr. Bancroft who I citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity are rr;-
liquors a deadly poison, and ab. the command of th. Yard. t SEYS. Linreya. Plains, Osnabor ", Blanket!. TIlE informed that the exercises of IbIS I
ftoliitely] destroying to the healihy functions of the citadel of hope ; and as its high sentinels It is now ascertained Washington tHat the Democrats Navy talents reflect more honor upon his native JV Mariner': '*,Tiking". Browrn and Bleached Male School under the direction. ar.d instruction rfI 'C.a I,

life. and cannot therefore be taken as a ber.ag tamper with the en -my ; as they allow that Maine have il country than twenty such cabinets as the pre I Shirting and Sheeting, Cashmers Irish Linens. I. I heRev.WzLLz&31 NEIL will be resumed Monday :
a in both I
branches of
into their midst all majority sent, while do harm the object .Alpacas,Hosiery,assorted Satinets and-Tweed*. the of "'
tempcratily. Medical authority of the entmto come armed and the Legislature. they really no to I Just received,and now opening,per schr. Vincent 1st October. Terms as usual. .

most eminent character: and in multiplied I equipped ; as they receive the Judas kin ; sodo j of their venom, show the recklessness !Tromev York, and for sale by The next session of the Leon Female Academy :

farms, bears me out in this opinion. I will:I they expose their fortress ; so do they dishonor -the by which the administration seeks to sustain September 29, 15.J9. 3S S. F. EURNEY. jr.der the instruction of Mrs. E. A.NIIL, will con, j I '

cite one or two hasty extracts from the many (their posts, and so do they enlist in the Ji'om Savannah Georgian. itself in the places which its members obtained merice the tat Monday in October .

Hu'horities: now before me, and pass on. Dr. service. Sir, the heart sickens a Georgia Burr Mill Stones.It by promises and pledges which they Now Opening" Tallahassee Sept. IP. lS4. 35-6 r .

Massey, diMinguithed i for his mt-dicallmw. enemJs and waste of intemperanceis passed will be seen by reference to'our advert have shamefully violated, and which they T ADIES* latest style black Silk Visets, black and ,

ledge, and who was formerly President of the in r \it"The country has been filled with u lising columns, that the Manufac- hold ,again .the. will ofa large majority of the! .1 4 white Satin 'or ladies dre e3, superior cmbroieted For Sale

:Hampshire Medical Society, and Pro widowhood and orphanage by its agency.Poverty .- luring of this Lafayette people.-uno. d Swiss party dresses,superior embroidered colrrd ]I. THE HOUSE AND LOT formerly occu '
Company city, are prepared t to '
o Swiss dresses, superior; .vhite dotted Muslin ;; by Judge Br ome-. known as lh.
fcMorof Anatomy and Surgery in Dartmouth I and want have t\'er been its miera.ble furnish any size or quantity' of Mill Stones rich bonnet Ribbons black and mourning bonnet I -Austin property a veiy desirable r idence.For .
College, Fays that *ardent Fpirits, after being1 attendants. How many of us have: failed I manufactured from the Georgia Burr. This:: Th Empire of Hayti.-The intelligence libbons, fancy silk Buttons, black Gimp, velvet terms&.c .afP1 'IG B. C. LEWIS. I IS

taken into the stomach are soaked up by the: \\itnt"l its ravages: ? How often have we Stone, we learn, has been thoroughly tested of proclamation ot an Empire of Hay i, fs t rimming: Ribbons. pt. 15,1S49. 3'5
: fully confirmed by ah arrival at New York.from Ju.t received schooner Vincent from New .
nh'iorb'nt'ese1s.! carried into the blood, circulated seen the besotted husband remorselessly con.verting and if per
proves equal not superior to the French Port au .Prince to 3d inst. rank York,and for sale by S. F. BURNEY. Sale of Florida Lands -
through the alimentary the I last into the means of intoxication thE The ,
organs, the penny Burr.Ve have heard ol the best judges I inNetv September 29, IIj.J9. 39 .
Kings: muscles, and brain. Not a blood yp i with the full assurance that he has York, who either could not distinguish' Emperor, under the name ol Faust. I, has and Lots dnd Wharves in city ofApalachicolai 1 4

id!, hrwever minute not a thread fif nerve in l left at t his poverty-stricken home a helpless! it from the French Burr, or : it the been conferred on Soulouque, by a decree of Potatoes Onions &c. Tar- -\rahr! ic"ta! Land Company will otTer (or' .
;i!\ whole animal machine, its infiu- suffering wife, who i clo1 gave prp.f.r'nc the legislative! body as a mark of gratitude at the Merchants! Exchange, in the City of
iv.vuich: i i. to disturb! the excapes functions :IL .. on (!lmiuli l. The Agent of for his eminent services." 'The declares that 1[ A BARRELS Irish Potatoes, New York on %VednesdytLe 11th d IY of July next,
life, Dealt her scanty tore t ; has mid l\J\ 1 Onions,
; such arrangementsas crate at 12 o'clock,and't-n the f..lltving ,by.. bent lOCO ,
COrIulj the laws and institutions shall
&c. &0. !Hr. Alden, not less eminent I in: To friendless babe at to secure on full present remain 10) sacks Liverpool Salt. Just received am! fr'dIe t lot* in the City of AcalachicoTj ss Described on the
mt-Jicv; ...;>;.(-. snvs : "On every organ they And wept to give no more?" ] al hnt a syp- in force until they can be revised. Soul I uque by S. F. BURNEY. map of the City.. Many of.ihcs, areun the Da: '

fs.-t.ci. ardcit s-iri'.t! operate as a poison. No The land is filled with misery. and yet the ply.r We the accepts the.i nitJ in a proclamation dated! September *). lS-t!. 3:1 and River and are among the most desirable for resi-

wlr-re in 'h!) > ii-"Mii; tyMnri are they allowed! unrestricted current is permitted, yea, aided, Scientific copy flowing article from the, at the "Imperial Palace! Augist 20ih, 1849, denrcs, a) well a. purples of busin-ss.
of .3/55 tha Wharvea and Whart ri h.'s: .
ArPican. a merit ; belonging
a In-J'jcrnent. un'.ii! the vital lltll\\'rs by men claiming to be good pnper in the 4Cth year of our Independence, and[ ec et'Si 6Z iqtadg .'
are so far cliz.ilf yes and respectability, .the editors which \ the Company in front of .the City.J 'I
of ar' pjosun HJ ApuCJff ':;nliu.IPI'
!prorated tint iliey cannot lie t removed. They Christians, to multiply its disaster mist. scientific men, .; have given the Georgia: 1 first of our reign. He calls himself the 1011 f ,uol/fJJ \; V vuiunxa!! 0'| jijqndsiq al Ll IiJtuumia ,- / f, Ihtf unsold Lots or Tracts of Laid on St.

jt-c r unifd oufnn, one org4n to another, ma.iv.tU ries.The Stone | slave of iho country, and seems to consider rue SDIMUI,! aq q45pc09! jjui.AdJns \\ Gt Jrge'j Sound, or Bay.arfjriining the city.descriWi }
a thorough test and
lue'r course with irregularity of action criminal dockets of the country are comparison! : uiihihe i :: it a great sacrifice t., suffer himself be made rue 1IIJ jo [ aSJCj te 075o y .UUI\\Us : on a map c r survey ot Ida lots. made bv IL B. Ker.
I) French Burr. '
The American remark I I These lotsrary in size from 3 to 40 acres each.scdare
and disturbance of functions, until at last, as a crowded with cases occasioned by intemper.ance. GEORGIA; BURR MILLSTOES.-'fhm' ; |' Emp ror. He swears to compel the ..obser- 'eupo'.\In,'tuaauA'ez13! "IV aql quAiaai!! SrnawvD very desiralefni! building sites or. cultivation. '

common enemy to the sjblcm, they are taken Perhaps three.fourths of .11 are pro. most used fur stone vance, of all prescriptions and be ,winds. up :-a sai vrSdOOO ..ilso the.un'old Lots at Portland Bluff, on the,
by the emuuctories the scavengers of the I duced by it. The State Treasury has been 1 known commonly the grinding" wheat, is the usuil clap-trap excl'millions of "' \ivtrJ ApalachicolaRivrrabout miles from lri. Citvas.. t

tern, and unceremoniously excluded." sys Dr. l literally emptied by the heavy drafts made on by name of a French Burr; ,"j i Libert* et'E alile," &c. A list of No MaN described; on the, map or surey naHe bv K B. Ker,"
became they are imported from that eaeh lot "750; fret in and 250 feet in
beinj length
untr ;
Kirk, whose reM lrchl'l have shed light onthe I i it t for the means of defraying these expenses, This species eton is c V. f, bility! Princes, Dukes, Lords, Barons, &c. width. They are eligibe! for woodyardj.shipyardssavt

science of medicine, nays that Alcohol t thus extending the injury to those who have so of hard, that a porous of siciousmin..ral | would be named in a few days. The nionop-; Sale by Master in Chancery. -mills,&c.Jitaot g
contains its basis had no in the Can very a pair stones oly remained the same. The coffee wasfinNhed. St. Vincent's Island lying opposite the
as a narcotic stimulant, agency producing causes. rfill last crop order of the Superior Court of Leon County'
pOSeeuing quite a number of full BY
the qualities of opium, which is knownto nothing be done to suppress an evil of such years at work, in Equity, I will offer at public .ale.befol the I mourn of the river Apalachicola containing an area 4
be fearful l magnitude ? There is in without being worn out. The French burr The Dominicans it is said refuse to Court' Housed in Tallahassee the first Monday in of 11391 acres(excepting 10 acres sold)having ,
I ac
a poison. might fill! from my opinion I, ,
pages eminent t. stones owing-Io their great price, have from December next, .the following property viz : 'thrifty growth. of Life Oak and other trees and j
medical authority, all establishing the a remedy, safe and efficient, which I propose time to time stimulated both the Americans knovldge .the self-created Emperor, and I Lot No 52, in the north addition of the city d< much fertile land suitable to the, growth of Cotton

fact that: alcohol, the stimulating property of t lo discuss hereafter. QU1NCY.f and the English, to efforts maintain their independence. Their temporary I. Tallahassee,(the residence of Jesse Atkinson Esq.t ;) Sniar': Tobacco.theTropicaI Fruits and for Garden

liquor, is a deadly poison and destructive many to supercede president, Santana, it will he recollected 1, and lour negro slaves,viz: Harriet and her children cultivation. ,
I to
tLe functions the Saeannah Georgian. them. During the last war between Franco lately! repulsed! Soulouqun in haule.! The above sale is for partition among the heirs and Trims of Sale.-Ten per cent in cash,en the day -
healthy oflife. But as it is not One week later and England, when it was impossible] to get listribulees of Samuel Bryan and of Leah Atkinson. of sale, and on all purchases not exceeding $;,th'
moo'ed point, 1 will pats on to the questionus from Europe. burr stone the London of Arts offered _. -- -- -- ---S both deceased. The negroes will be sold for cash balance in cash in 20 day thereafter; ,when the deeds' *
to what i is the real cause of drunkenness. At 10 o'clock yesterday morning we received Society ;- QcciSepkmber1S49. and the lot on terms made known on the day ot sale: will be delivered. On all purchases over $400 a
I asserted that nocial 1 the a premium ofa gold medal, or one hundred Purchasers to for ti'le credit of one and Uvo Yl'ar:5"i11 bo given tcr one-
lipling the firM following Telegraphic despatch Gentlemen:Having determined not to be a candidate pay papers.
Wi cause I,
pounds for the of ball of the .the balance -
discovery a producing BENJ. F. WHITNER, purchase money< to be paid '
social the dated quarry
and fipler nursery horn whence ; stones equal to the French Burrs. A for Major General in the approaching'election Master in Chancery. in cash in 2U days after t he ssle when in cases where

rprings that mighty host of diunkards with i i BALTIMORE, Sept. 21, 1849. was discovered in Wales with atone similar quarry you will please discontinue my name a such September 29,1S4939 lOw the purchase is less (that $2000 notes will b? taken ...
which the land is filled. for the credit portion payable in one and two
T'Jil to I in and Yours, years,
appears my The Cambria the your paper
arrived to French and
mind self-evident nt : on Wed. answered tolerably! but LOOK AT THIS. with interest at ft,per cent per annum and contract
its proposition, on that stands nesday evening labt, \with Liverpool dates lo t they were not equal to the French. A number A. K. ALLISON exchanged-deeds to be delivered when the vment :- -
upon own structure, yet thenare thousands!, the Bib inst. of masses of rocks were also discoveredat ( are complefed. On all purchases of $ OOO' .
perhaps the whole host of ion vitants and reg.ular ;;. LIVERPOOL Mntrs.-Cotton t I respectfully announce myself to my fellow. IIC\-. D. WHITE, JR., and upwards the deeds! will be delivered in 20 day* ,
Market i is Stirling, Scotland and made into
topers who dissent, I therefore stones, citizens Leon County a candidate for the OfficeofCleikof aunounces to the public that he is travejs- after the sale, and bonds and mortgages taken for tho '
side r 'lor a moment the wi. coi. 5. unchanged, excepting middling and lower some which indeed gave better satisfaction Leon Circuit Court, at the ensuing election THUS.the counties cf Middle Florida as a DA- credit portion, payable in one and two years, with I
The drunkard grades which are a h.dl easier. Sales of than t the French 'burr a they were of a more UERIilAN: ARTIST, prepared to wait on individuals interest at 6 per cent per annum.
must ofnecessity have a star I. : the week amount to 36.; 39 hales, of whichwere even feature, but the French stone still carried in October next. JOHN B. KEEN. at t their homes and will guarantee a good p1 C. The whole of this properly is unincombered. Itis

nj point. That point dates buck to the K>. taken by tpeculalors bales, and t the bell. In our substitute for it, Tallahassee, July 14, 1549. I ture. or no charge lor his trouble; and will ;jo into a part of the Forbes'.Purchase." LeTon'aing! ,tithe 0\
cia or occasional glass. :\o man ever be. for 8,51 has country a any neighborhood where there are a half dozen who Apalaclucola Land Company. The title jl, derived -
exportation 0,070 long been a desideratum. This has now WE authorized and lo have ,if notified Tallahas from the b
a drunkard at" imports ( J- ::are requested annnunce will pictures by letter at Spanish Gov.rnment..confirmf'd !
came once. is
alcoholic There no na" for the same lime 6,073 bales. Sales to-day been obtained. In Burke County, in t the Mr. OSCAU A. MYERS as a candidate for the office: : see, Quincy, Monticello, or Madison, as to yi>urvhereabouts. the Snreme Court the United,SrafW( ,and a Patent; "
tura apetife-for stimulants. They 7,000 bales, the market firm. Up. state Georgia, a large quarry embracing : Can make a good picture at any L- g therefor issued 'to the proprietors the United 1i
of of Leon Circuit
at first revolting to the taste. (Habit long l lands range from -Jjd.! to cloiinl .1)i r. an area of 17,000 acres has been discovered; Clerk Courtattbeenuingeletimi c. Cabin in Florida, the declarations of any Artist to Slate The usual Trustee*deed will be given to the r> i
indulged steals the Middling in October next. he Instruction in'.h
notwithstanding. pUrrhaer
upon individual, contrary given
leans and
tb tase: and finally the perverting g 4id. a Company named 'Ihp Lafayette Burr art, and an apparatus furnished at from $75 lo Map m'av be had at the Office of the Company. -
hen look acquires r"ery.- The number of deaths in London, from 1i Stone Co., has been formed lo work it 00-: WE are authorized and requested to announce $tO:. Price of Pictures from St *>0 to $4. No. 3: Wall stteel';or they will be forwarded bv It
locks\ we "1"1 the old man with silvered Cholera, last week, amounted to IOO: The furnish Amen an Mill Stones equal to tt EDWARD FOOTMAN Esq.. a Candidate f lor September, 1S4 9. 33 3t mail ii"on application 'In th. su' scribeis, said office :
and trembling see the natural l a from whom be obtained further i information :
re. : galt'e Cholera is raging also in Dublin, Berlin, Viennrf i. French Burr. The principal ofiico of this thE office of Tax Assessor and Collector for the may any .
ut of childhood.Ve that desired.
know that be BURR MILL STONE: may
ce infant. was and Paris. Company) is in Savannah. About 1,000 sets County. of L M>, at the ensuing election in Oll btr. JM.YUF.iCTURLYG New York, -\I'J'1127.1549. 1
? an When COMPJLVT
we witness the rush.g : .
FROM TJID CONTINENT.-Comorn and Peter of stone Jla\'f already been put up, and are
torrent of the mighty rirer h empties WK authorised iud toannounre BOLTO:'* BUILDING, RIVER: BT FOOT OF WHITAKIR, {: The above sale is po'fpftnrd to the tenth cf. >
8 Warden, still hold our, bit are negotiating now in operation, and some of them alongsideof { : are requested ,
II. October next, at the same hottr and place.
waters into the ocean,we know that it has terms for surrender. Several Magyar Chiefs the French, where in every instance they IES 0. RONF.Y as a cjndiifale for .the 0 I.. SAVANNAH, GEO .

forth". source from in the little streamlet that gushes have been'executed many them one Austrian had equalled-and I little more. the very fcc of Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon County. 111'' II [Signed. ] JOS LEWIS DEL.CURTl"FIFol'.D.-7.Trustees: -:

the mountain side, which is aug. f1.. linister, ,wih his mother and children:i, best French Burrs. Samples of this stone at the ensuing election. in October next. ppl '. 1 9.3w -

nmed by I thousand sources in i' onward Presburg prisoner have been in our office for some time. We :
flw. So c( WE are authorized and requested to announceDANIEL Notice :
I too when :
we see the drunkard Georgey has been pardoned by the Aus. have contrasted them in with t C
fe.lill. under the influence of his intoxicating trian Emperor. French burrs, from which without every McRAENY asa candidate for the office of SIX niont'hs after d-it-. the undersfgned will"apply- .
we knuw that he knowingthat Tax J\uuslr-nd Collector for Leon County, at the '. Hon. Jud.eof Probate for Leon County' .
PlOQ. was once an oea. The Russian troops tre leaving Ihe country t the one came from France and the other election in October next. i a\ lor( letter. of di"mitioJ\ (rota the Estate of..ArtfcnfBurney

lion& r, and that he 1 is now the full de. except enough to garrison Gr from Georgia, no person could point out a L- : sen. deceased. : .

rlopement of the embryo. All experience Pesth. Buda German Conferalion to swar gov. differ-ncc. Those who have used the Georgiu s-: The following gentlemen will supported 7 JOHN S. HART Ei'f.Sepfember .

Pr'>ves. that man b..come a drunkard by de.pees. erned by a Directory, appointed by Vienna : stone, prefer it for a more enduring fine for County CODmisioner for Leon county b ; at the % 9,149. 3-5-6rn '

between The same intermediate stages exist and Munich Cabinet. sharpness and in that case, it is more eeoc so. election in October nnt.viz. Col. J J. MAXWELL ei 1 1i' \ Notice' : -f. '

the period of moderate drinking and The French government refuses passport mica) lo use. From what we have seen ofthe JNO. S.SHEPPARD JAMES b ..',.

drunkenness d that exist between chidhoo and to German refugees, in passing through Franceto t Georgia stone, and heard about it from the 1 S. MURRAY. ; WILLSar.dWILLA Y"TRi. 2'5 BARRELS XentuekyBagging: fresh Thomaston., Lime; '. _.. :.
.ANY "
I for
Age. Suppose,
J drunkard every America. most respectable] sources, respecting its practical ] rei Gunny Bagging, '- r,*."S

and the on earth should] be suddenly cu off; Jarilla, (the Pope's Minister! Imperial, has: resul" we are confident tbat tbrf quarry !EDWARD :I..WES i Esq will bIIUlport.r: Hemp Rope, SaltAc.. -4 ...: S'.
balance of the human family stood a arrived at Rome and installed himself Head must value. ed the ensuing election for the office County For sale by McNAUGHT K ORMO3D. .

tlwy do now, In two classes, the moderate of Police, under the protection of the French Commws'ionerby MANY VOTERS. Newpirt.Sepr.S, t 5.JQ. 35 ,
winkers and total abstainers, how long would authorities- "
tie before GARt8ALDI.-'he correspondent ana s are We: are authorized and requested to announce Leon Academy '
Vlong line of drnl.ar. would ape The Austrians hare evacuated Piedmont. tist of the London Illustrated) News, wiiling Col. JOH! MILTON candidate for General ? eterci" .of the Male
ear lo supply the } .a Major e Department of this In-. I
places] who had THE
Nearly all the candidates in France ofconservative from Rome the '
are gives forth
off following description of the 1st Division F. M.atiheelection; ont n en.uingyear. will cmnmeoce '
cut ? nut
ten trreneye all a thort period would i in. I sentiments. Gftribalda and his negro : .I was fortunate! first Monday' in October next. ::'* J on Monday, thVSJth of September.( Charge as, '
know -
; and where would they enough losee Garibaldi the day be left Rome, ] ] x'-4c-c :: r hefrtofore ,- '(

"Ping we from abstained? Certainly; not from, the line of RESULTS OF THE MAINE ELECTION. and bad a good night of,him. I sketched him *&- THE friends' % .GeneYal L. 'A. THOMPSONannounce -,! .. -ati- _.- For, any further information_ P.please R. B.-\KER.A.B.enquire cf* .', .

"hI toto. No. the mod e. Our returns, published in another place, and send you the result. I have been very him Ia candidate for Major-General of I the T.-.lIahas S !! I, 1649. 54-3wItetUons .
rte of drinhera! would'turn out their daily recruit show the election of Dr. HUBBARD for Gov. partielar to'get like him. Ho is rcmarka- First Division Florida Militia, at the election oni the'fr WILL keep on band and for sale BURR STONES] S

Drunkards, and they would then-fore be the ernor by the people, by a nwjorhy of at least person hut wonderfully I tic. Monday in October nest. recommendation IS inches ta.-He.I,nd-we judge" it sufficient in French. S
| lily ''It"t.lokig to say 1000 st l ,of these
tblery drunkar. I It ii rue that of 1,200-and a democratic net IVesi. white -- cn S't unirsgtied J, in compliance Wilh the t 1' '
many gain oir turesque. wor- a sort of cloak, : stones have been bid- the 'e. of Georgia, Ala h THE reqcr
:'ue M713 gad tbtmseh'el' and'never reach' dentilh'ole of 1848, of 8,5001 Jltc with red and having 1 green velvet col- ,C.\YE are .authorized and requeued to announce bama.North and South Carolrn,'and Virginrj; eiving ir- several jrtniltmen desirous to learn the' ;
Rut .that i i. '. A. FISHER candidate ( Ihe moat perfect satisfaction Tar'bdftf Corn and Frf'nch.tangt1l1le. has procured tilt old Reading? *
grave. The election of 14 democratic Senators Id had plenty of bullet holes in it. There ) as a or re-e
Im n Brg. llr ; i I Wheat. Room of&lb. Floridian Office ever the Sf c!.' Sir. 'i. '
: 0fltLe ainlt m.v preroi' They would I 11 l In, the allied forces of federalism nnd abolitiouUm. wns no npr Thg visible .in the garment, so I lection to the office SherifTbf tLeon County,at tbj C I September-29. 1849. 38 3m Hoc where he will give a series of *ss l1''. crmmenclnz -

nhllysoad that ltkd t!.ert. itud if Id e. Tim, remaining senators will b demo imagine he puts it on lke'a shirt, his j ensuing elcliorifin October next. on the first of Sf'ptf' btr. Ht will attend'Therefrom
:::retto aroid reaching a poiat of total o\l For 7 to 9 o'eWk'A. ).. and from
o,1 VVmW < 'lruc. OC11ic( (This lalemtnt Is subject to qua1t. head, like'the pdnchor, or Souh! American We'arautKdrteed and requested"toaiirW.unceMr. Sale,' o'clock P. M..an "ill arconunodata student 4 to*
1i: certainly not travel w
Si: ''y rad, that leads it. the road and cation by the result i in ;/catlquil.) lak. His trowetera "r common gVay{ .FLETCHER WIIITAltER 3 a candidate for Ihe 1; A LIKELY NEGRO MAN.about 25 Jean of age, Ih. r. convenience may reqnirft. Terms cf tuition,
to \b, It i ii the The election of at least 87 democratic ; a tolerable good carpenter, which will be be
mrdmte learned
",-a 10. mem a grecbstripeantlablackslouched: ,hat office of ShcriflTof(he County of Ion< at the enioinj byS.. S. way by applt
rbtllen hou ehoM! Lo pU Iitv Lets of of and'cather.. KNIGHT.Sept nh.1 to JOHN B.I DZCCE.Anqt .
the IIou c.of lte the
Representatives 6 c0roj> cOIur". Is send i election in cktber.< ember C2, :
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,: Proclamation by the Governor.t Ltgal 1bvcrti5rrnrut., MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA. THE FLORIDI; &JOURNALIS : Ford Land Sales. CAtTiO.N KXTUAA

mn by t.e! tJ
Session of 1849--'50. PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDA*. at Auction numerous 3cfJ of' nm A
WILL, Land, at the places and times following ass of the .*,,*. rf, p. T aud re. hi. **. y.
nest Course of will be com- a s wh.ch ?*** .
: Middle Circuit of Florida. THE : LECTURF. TERMS : I ,wiz: p aapsrmlia ih y call tV.T.'Wa4'1 ?,
on the in Novemer Pensacola the 4th December n1xt.u rf ..m.n riffi il 0fr.VCr/AT.Orisirf.ete. 71iHKiortnr.
At on Tti.Tow.
Leon Cmtnly Circuit Court.-In Chancery.AKXA and continue until the first of March following. THREE DOLLARS. per annum if paid in advance. Milton, Santa Roa County, on the 6th Dec'r. saJ! levtrwat; tmi was ffmrrlr *,!,?? !*

M.\R1 TR.\DF\\ELL, r* JAMES D. TRACE- I FACULTY. THREE AND A HALF, if paid within six montl.s. .' Co., on the 10th ,nttscaaI.! aid i tx! Us. Yes be s..wn the nj0frw
t FOUR DOLLARS, if not paid until the end oft he)ear.: EucbeetnaValon i he of iq
of William Tradewell. the ptirpme pinto cifnv whas be
Administrator ; n
WELL, u County, on s.t. TfcJi
GEORGE M. NEWTON, M. D., Professor of Anatomy Bluf h teei ***
;t" I Election of state Senator. TT appearing to the Court on the affidavit of com- and Dean of the c-Thesetetm, wihibe rigidly adhered to, and 13th ? Ik* pK asl k> k> fcw s.d

\t A VACANCY hiving occurred in the office of JL plainant's Solicitor that the defendant in the L. A. DL'GAS. D (1'aruly.Physiology no"paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are At Maianna. Jac .eon County. on the 15th Decr'S 0CVOTArc ORiaUfJL DLI)

t.f[ /i. State.Senator in the Twelfth Senatorial District, above stated caup dOs not reside in Florida, but in Pathological Anatomy. paid, unless at the option ol the publishers Subscribers LotfaMilU, Oalhonn Co., on the 17th I ;)Rnfli. h *ior on U Ik* Old Dfs. ktDP'I1' .b -- .

occasioned by the resignation i ol the Hon. Joseph i the Slate of South Carolina: It is Ordered, That the ALEXANDER MEANS, M. D., Professor of Chemistry will be received for three months at One Quincy, Gad..ulen. County, on the 19fh I iwt, *ait hit *Um*inre HCWM ike esiat of anm.Oftt .

: .(: B. WatU : It v hereby Ordered, That an election beheld said defendant appear and answer the complinant't and Pharmacy.I Dollar-six month3 at SI 50. Every order for the Tallaha*.ee, Lon; County on the 22d u 1'rei 1W.Va..s it,N.., r.1 ,.

\ in lid District on Monday, the first day of October bill on or before the first day of P. GARVIN, M. 1). Professor of Therapeutics paper out of this county must be accompanied wit I Monticello, Co., on the 27th "

.' ::'' next, to (ill said vacancy. e \ise the same may be taken pro confenso. And itiJurt"t and Miteria Medica. the cash unlesa the order comes through any ( Madison Court House, on the 29th I .

1"; Given nnder my hand and the great Ordered. That this notice .published in L. D. FORD, M. D.Ptn'essor. of the Institutes andPractice regularly authorized agents in the State.APVERTISE3IENTS a' Jasperi Hamilton County, on (the 1st Jany.

alofthe! Stale of Floridaat the s newspaper printed in the Middle Circuit of el Medicine. Alligator, Columbia Co., on the 3d .

t r 1 [ICALCapitol.] in the City ol Tallahassee, Florida for four months as prescribed hv law. JOSEPH A. EVE, M- D., Professor of Qbstetrics TERMS :-One fourth pa>able at the time of sale

":"A this fourth day of August, A D. THOMAS BALTZELL,Judge. and Diseases of Women and Children. Will inserted at tthe rate of Oneflollar :and the balance in three equal annual instalments.
;. '4 f 1619and American Independence July SlhlS49.. PAUL F. EVE, M. D., Professor of the Principlesand twelve lines for the first, and fifty cents frr squareof each] Persons desirous to know what particular I tracts r\
.( ) flie7lthyesr. A trnecopy. Attest : D. McRAENY Cleik. Practice of
Surgery. be furnished with hand-bills
insertion. A reasonable deduction are to be sold, on
,; W. D. MOSCLEY, July 21, 1S49 -2S flyJ.B. KKE.V, D, C. H. F. CAMPBELL, M. D., Demonstrator of Anato- subsequent notices application to wi Post Masters at the above named
'i' Governor ol' Florida. will be made on l legal notices, estate ,year
,i. Alesl : my.ROBERT. notices without alteration, having placej, or to the subscriber at Tallahasseeby letter .- _
ly by
W. DOWSING Sec. of :
St.tt. i; CAMPBELL, M. D., Assistant Demon k.
Middle Judicial Circuit of Florida.Gwhden regular accounts with the office. postage paid.
4 1 Sent. I
,I August .9.:0 [ ] strator.
JOHN BEARD Registerof
All announcements of candidates for office, FIVE
Fall :
Term 1849.
: ,. COtmly.-1' .- Course of Lectures upon Medical JurisprudenCe DOLLARS-invariably in advance No attention Public Land (for the State ot Florida.

: : General Orders. Robert L. EmOndl'} Suir by attachment for the will be delivered Professor GAUVIN. The Faculty will be paid to any order for announcement,unles! Tallahassee, Aug. 13,1S4932-3ra
of 20. will endeavor to make their instruction demonstrative -
r* sum $7t
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT a with the cash. publish the above
accompanied .
r" papers wi
( Tallahance, July 25,1S49.J l HezekSah Smith. ) Bond in $1,10.? as possible. All rtleious. marriage, and obituary notices pub once a week for three and send their ac .
Graduation heretofore.
'. ELECTION i i. hereby Ordered to be hfl i in lIE defendant and all other persons! interested, Requisites for as lishtd rtuitou'$ly ; but editorial notices for private I- counts 1 the* Register: :" J "
AN Hoard be obtained at from to $17 ( I "
$13 \
: Fourth Brigade of Florida Militia, on the X are hereby notified oft he institution: ol t the above ma> permonth benefit, ,vilI be charged a advertisements.JOB The papers in PensacolaMaUanna and Analach-! 'N' .

:. first Monday in October next,at the places appointed suit by attachment, and are require.] to appear and every thing included. icola ; the Savannah Georgian and the Republican ;;
: :; law for plead'to the declaration filed therein within the The fees for the entire course of Lectures, including OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND
I by for the election of County Officers, a WORK. Charleston Courier and Mercury ; Mobile Resister ,
\t IrigadierGenera to ful the vacancy occasioned by time t tt prescribed law. Dated July 1'th. I 1SJ9. Hospital Ticket are $115. Matriculation .. and the Advertiser ; Columbus Times, Ga., and the ( TnF)IUGt ALlJlSfUVERER Of TIlL
the resignationolGen' Chaile Ityrne. P.W. WHITE, Plff.'sAtty.July ticket, (once only,) S3. Practical Anatomy, (to bp We are well prepared to execute Job Work, such Standard and the
Register. Townsead
.". Also. an Election if hereby Ordered to be held in I 21, 1549 25 I taken. once only,) $10. a bills, cards, blanks, pamphlets!, &c., with neatness I Raleigh Genuine Sarsaparilh.

the Third Brigade of Florida Militia, at thetimeand I The friends and alumni of this institution are in and despatch. All work of this description, (Jj! Ir.Townsend U nnpr abont'0 year of asp.ad ba*IM

,. 'j places aboveapecitied, for a Brigadier General occasioned State of Florida.--Monroe County.I| \itCd to send to the'Faculty, during the course of I except for peron* having yearly accounts \yith Improved McCarthy Gins.WARRANTED. Jn known OR/G/an the .V AUTHOR 1. .TO and, 1SCOYFRTl

,::1 by the resignation of Gen. Samuel Rusell. Smith Movtryr ) Lecture persons in indigent circumstances who: the office, must be paid for on delivery. UF.U/F- r.iu: 10"1. be wairnni["Iled t.limit it'I'lld''I'1 fRS.IU
surgical operations, as provision has ---- -- .hlch been kept ,, "
: may require "e.1
Also an Election is hereby Ordered to beheld in I ,. ; ,u "rlet al Le
BILL IN C1IA CERY. whilst YEAR'S given the subscriber PIIICr&PMJ I._ only who had I tt
been made for their under r experience 1l0 ". it
; the Cavalry Regiment ot the Second Brigade Florida I Joseph Lawton. } accommodafon For New York. A a perfect e lg the e Gins,.and b vulne.' tl ,che.1 th. ears .r mt'y. 'I.a'.1.MlhiM .
.; Militia, on 'the firs-t Monday in Otobernexlat the t tratmCnt. knowledge repeated perwns who bad been healed of nte dliiel.ei nut i I&'tc
bv affidavit that Lawton
I .. IT appearing me Joseph Bv. order of the Board. experiment has not only showed him all the defects (rom lie alh. pruclntmed in eicellenee ami wonderful
law for the election of
places by County
appointed defendant in the bi filer! in the above cause, resides G. M. NEWTOX, Dean. ,but has enabled him to overcome them. He I I HEALING POWER.

.,- -.. Officers, to fl the vacancy occasione by the resignation out ol the of Florida and in Europe: Aiignst-d, Ga., August IS. 1S19. 3Q--tw 6 believes that they are the best Roller Gins in the I Knowinr. nan* jr,ir. g f". that be had. by bin skill.wll'nar
'. ,,V of Samuel S. pencer. It is Ordered, That said defendant appear and answer world, and feels confident that they give satisfaction I- t and trnrnce.\ devisrd an anicie which would he of i itible illuJt1t"
commanding Brigades, Regiments, wi ndvantate H> Innknd when the menn, wnni.I.vbe.I M IV"
Balal- the said bill within the time
Ofcert within this prescribed by law, Medical Department to any one disposed to try to bnng it into unJTerj.il n""<. .n.n iu torctiMu i.
oj Companies, State, are hereby REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between
otherwise it shall be taken pro cfinlesso. It i I l"r- TiE Owing to increased labor and on them I,, j virtues. would be known and appreciated. This time ku com
'i: '.. required to carry into effect this Order within thelimits tJitr Ordered, That a copy of this ordei be published o Harapden Sidney College, Biehmond, Ya York and St Marks and Newport, will I the subscriber H compelled to raise expense the price to one the means are supplied.; Ihi$ *
of their respective commands. the of the fall trade OR.1.YD .1.YD t'.V/-Qt'.fA/.En: PRSP.IR.ITIO.ymumnhIfCtnle4i
running at ,
I in some in t the State of Florida commence opening
newspaper printed annual of Lectures in this J. M. JARROT.
course .
\ W. D. MOSELEY.. Governor. THE t\c,1b and continue throughout the dotars. I on th largest irate*nI U called Ii.r thrmtrtwl
month fui nine months.
nce a will cominenceon MondayOctober22d entiear. Quincy, August 11,1819. 31-&w I the l leulh and breidih Ihe) laml.eipeciallj. u it it round
July 29.1S19. 2-10w JOS. B LANCASTER Brig WARC.LL.Jo ) of neeenerali..n .. Jet.ri..piC -
.' IS 19", and continue until the middle of March I iurftpalile r n.
(kj-Sentinel, Republican New, and Ocala Argu I Key West, March 2S. D. 1S19. JudgeSo.Cir. OCILLA. Trim, do. I Unlike ,O" :. I* TtumseniC't.it Improve* wilk ip. MJ
I R. L. BOH ANNAN M. D. Professor of cbmirr bnt for the better beeanse it is I
t .' wi1tcopytheaboveuntiLtheIst0fOCt0ber.3ndend I THOS. F. KING, Sol. (or Comji. Obstetrics LUCY, Hosmer, do. CHARLES H. BUNTING, I never ;. prepared tttn-
'. bills the Office of of State. and Diseases of Women and Children. tific frtnriptet by a itint'jte nm* The biebetl knwedtc) t' I
to Secretary A true copy from the minutes : SUWANNEE- Clark, do. (new,) M Chemwirv and the latei-t dunrvene of the &. hvre all b c.
". W. C. MALONEY, Clnk. L. W. CHAMHERLAYNE, M. D., Professor Ma- WACISSA, Perry, do. (new.) I cningb. BU reqnuinim in the Dunaf l Executive Department ) teira Medica and FFERS his professional services to the : '' nrwpflr.ll, TheSnrwpnriiU fn.t. It i i.* well;' knmra ..-.L a i
Therapeutics. These built in the most substantial manner citizen

April H. 15 By R. L. HICKS, D. C. Brigs are O .
Tallahaee, July 27 1519. < MAUPIN M. D. of Middle I lieD.CI1I1&III" xiany nie>ticintlro| )>ertie. and propertittrrbieh I
S S. Professor Chemistry and I expressly for this trade, and are commanded by 7 of Floida. He will attend ,with despatch I. :: are inert ur etet9i. and uthen. which I if rru..cd i a pieI I
FT IS HEREBY ORDERED That those persons$ Phatmacv.CHARLES ; to any calls that may be made him, and: for and
Notice. careful and experienced Captains. Freight and passjgeal upon partnj it uoe. pmdnce frr-mtntnfum eci. which I Ia Injurious -
:: JL who shall be appointed by the several Judges of BELL GIBSON, M. D., Professor of (the lowest rates. Agents perform, with care and skil, operations entrusted : I'I to the ,y.t!mSvnie of the properties of Sanapanlia

Probate of this State Inp' ctors of Elections to beheld SX! weeks after date I will make application to Surgery and Surgical Anatomy COE ANDERSON & CO., to him. His prices be as moderate and lib. I %re to volatile that they entirely TuM.eit and w loot 1 ia tkpreparation. .
,3 for County Officer on Monday the first day of!I Hon. Jude of Probate for Jefferson counf', CARTER P. JOHNSON, M. D., Professor of Anatomy 10 Reaver street, New York. eral as they can be mal consistently. His residence I j only. tn If those they are eipeni-need not preserved in its m.\Duf..m.e.by a irutjUknnun M fPj'Iy"..

: October next shall als act 3 I Inspectors of the t Elections for Letters of Administration no the Fstate and P: jsiulocvDAVID JOHN DENHAM at present, is Quincy where communications I Iw these vuletile jrmciniet. whirO fly nif in npt,..r us an cikitvnn. I

(o Officers the Florida Militia, ordeic-d to fjuhar Macrae, deceased. JOHN M. SMITH. 11 TUCKER, Mf D., Professor of Theoryand McNAUGHT ORMOND ill be received by him,and immediately attended to.K uDder heaL are the"very..",ttl medu.L jrrjyrrlit* .4th.
I n,.I whirl ivp tn it iu vilae.
August 5. ISIO. & .
be held on said frt Monday of October 33 PlaiCe of Medicine. I
Newport. E r I Any person can boll or>w" tne rwt till they 'cI u ihrk
I: R I: C E S : r talent
A. E. PETICOLAS M. D. Demonstrator of : liquid whirh .
Anat is
Go\.tror. & 12 IS4S. 4 I rnnre f"TJ ibe o li>rnf nutter in the ruot Uua
Newport, August ,
-: July 25, 1519.I 29-4 w : .. omy. lon. CHARLES W. DOWNING, Tallahassee. I. from any. thing. else; they can then strain this insipid nf nprf

.. {Dzt- All the papers in the State will copy this order SIX months after date the undersigned executor The Mueum, Apparatus and illustrations for the GEO. H. BESTWICK C. H. DtrPONT, Dr. DAVIDSON S.PAtUf.l.F.XTR.'T.liquid; weei rin sonrDM ur>i.SYRCP.-_ Hml lh.n CIOU! It "SAJ.

till It October,and send bills to the Office of theSecretary {f the la.t will and testament of, Sunders demontiatnr departments have recently l received CH. %V. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. L. SHIELDS, arnel kMrwn as the Dm siub: isnota*

of Stale. .. deceased! late of Leon county, wi leis present hi3 I many additions, and are now very complete. The Wholesale &Retail Grorery &Provision Dealer, R E GIBSON, Esq., Rev. J. PHELPS, GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWN'SEND

: --- -- f final accounts and vouchers to the Hun. Judge of facilities (lor Practical Anatomv are un.urpald- TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Mr. THOMAS II. IIODGKISS, Quincy. SARJ5APARILLA.This ; .

Proclaaton by the Governor. Probate CO'lt. arid ak tnbe discharged.LEWkS The Clinical advantages are fully commensurate Auznst, 13I9. 31-3m i ill so preptreil that all the inert properties .f the iIarsltrt"lta
Lon constantly on hand, and for sale at the _ root lire first rt'UI e.!,rvery thioz C'IOI"'Itet
t SAUNDERS Executor. with the wants of the utuJent and especially valuable KEEPS" cash price, for cashall the article in acid or nf fermentation, in extracted and rejected, then vary
July 21. ISl'J. those to at the Sonth. Tobaccos. particle of medical vinue secured in
2S-Gm tot preparing practice I a pore and coatentnW
hn i I line business Flours of best
I qualities,Sugar
form ; and tbns (it t Is rendered of
Clinical Lectures twice week I incgpnM 'm:anjr"'IU.it-
in the
.i are given a Coffee. Tea?, Bacon Hams, SoapCandles, Nuts, Raisins A FULL supply manufacture Tobaccos,just re I able! and healm;properties. Prepued U this way it ia uadt DM
Notce. ColleeeInfirmary, (which i id in immediate contiguity Lard, Whiikey, and all other articles usually : cei\el and for e ruoit: 'powerful enl in the j
Months after I with), the College,) and once week in the Richmond McNAUGHT ORMOND. Cure of innumerable diseaitjk
dalt apply to the Hon. found in similar establishments. All want &

SIX ot Probate in aul; for the Count of Leon, Alms House.in Southern In these in.titutioni the with diseases ing to purchase any of the above article persons!, are respectfully Newport, March 10, 1S49.. 10 In Henc its favor tbe by reason Dies,why women we hear and cmnmeBiLitimis children., We on find rvry it *ii practice met otaf
i.. Election of tate Senator. for my discharge from the adminilIratuhhippon (occurring Li invited to call and price them before buying wnndrrs in the cure of
t the goods, chattel. and estate of Thomas Knightdeceased. and the student ha the most eligible opportunities elsewhere. ALEX. C. MORTON, co.vstyi/'T/w.v nrspF.ptrji. and i.trF.R COMP
A YAC.Ch3ing occurred in the Office of /_*/.VT.
of acquainted with their types and treatment and In RHF.l''f.ilTSCROFcf..
becoming PJLXI
.." State Senator in (he Sixteenth Senatorial Dis ROBERT BUTLER, Adm'r.March i The dequency of Surgical operations before Store formerly occupied by L. & II. Greenberg: I Attorney at Law, & Commissioner ros-rirr'.!. ail CVT.LYF.UVS F.KVPTICXS, rioPJ.XS -
31,1 12-Gm & Co. of Monroe and Jefferson streets. BI.OCTHF.S. and arTrtin .
: corner
trict, occasioned by the resignation tf the Hon IS.H. t tt the class, together with (the facilities for witnessing May 12, lS4f 19.ATTORNEYS. of Deeds for Florida. IA1PUR1TT OF THE* BLOOD.It urisino tY8IQ.

I. Erasmus D. Tracy : It it her/by hdrred, That ">n t the treatment of Surgical cae*, nnd.r(thiioneof );- OFFICE AT COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. .4f I piwesses a IDIIrvellonst'lficuf ia all complaints srisinj IVnm

election be held in said District on londaythcfirs I Notce. t the best Schools of Practical Surgery.:: roceries &c. give faithful attention to such business- | 'J.: t,".(rooll .?ci'fjr ./ikt s_.(II. tnxa unequal CircuJ.v
day of October next to fill said SIX weeks alter make application to m CHARGKS-Matriculation $5, Tickets of the Professors "'TLL as! ';nn. drtermmatinn of Worn! to he llronl rolp.HtUm o(tbe heart
vacancy. \
Hon. Jndaeof entrusted to him, in the Courts of the I cold feet and hands,cold chiil and hot flashes nrrr tbe If
Probate Madi-'on body.
: Gicenimdir hand and the seal of fur ,, BAGS RIO COFFEE.
great County Practical 10 Graduation
my Anatomy r
> has ,
61 1 Chattahoochee Circuit, Georgia composed of the | not its equal ia CoUt ai d C *zhi ; and rornuwieziy U'
: State of Florida the in for letteis ol Administration on the Estate of f John u S do. St. Domingo do. .
at I IBoce
the ) Capitol Fee '; Board, including fuel, lights, and servants Counties of Harris Talbot. Stewart pectnralion and eenll pt'fS. rali..a. reiaiins strietare of Ib*
;. [IEAL] the City of Tallahassee, this 25lh day J. deceased.. JOHN C. McGEHEE.May may bp obtained at S2|110 $4i : do. White Java do. Muscogee an dMarion I lnne., tlrfot- and every oi.Vr js..ar.|
ateldan'e and in the Counties of
ot July A. I D. 1S19 and of American 2', 1S-J'I ). 21-Gw per S. MAUPIN M. D., 2 do. Brown do. do. Barbour; Alabama. Russell, Macon and 1 kaowkcLed Eut ia noihmK than' in ttsew.ierce alt kind* amt sta niore e".of", (-Uy! sen ,du
Jiidependcdce the \\\\ ear. Dean the Faculty. 2 BbN. crushed Sugar, FEMALE CO\tpL.. '.
f August IS, 181'J.I 32-Cm
'; WILLIAM I D. 'iOI LEY.. Auzusl IS, 1SI9. 32-,l-.v 2 Boxes Loaf do. It works wond r.in ewes( .* '.': .,nr 051$,,. Faffrtfif
Attest: Covet'nor of Florida. Notce. Gshen Kutter, Box, and Pine Apple Cheese, Sup tie If"_b. Gbitruetrd .",.,.or Panful Jtfttrs. trrttltr-
Months after I to the Hon. Medical Notice.H. It, of the menstrual pen.xls. and the like and. elfecaal
; C. W. DowaiAG, Secretary of &tate.1S49. SIX "hal apply University of Louisiana. pericr Family Flour, Cider and White Wine Vinegar ia rnrinx nil the C>rn .of Kidney Distajf*. ; a"
a July 2 29-10w t e of Probate for the County ot Jeffersdn foi ,Codiish, Herring*, Chocolate Candies Sauces", O. WIRT, M. D. .J. L. CALL, M. D- By removing obitrjctums. and rrirn.itlin( the eaerat sy :

:: Sentinel. Republican and News, Jacksonville, laticis of dismission as Executor of Ethe Korne- :MrDICALDEPAUTJIKNT-COURSC 1849-'oO.I. Pickle, Almonds Fies, Table Salt, &.c. fcc. 115. WIRT &, CALL- ha"t associated Ihemsehuin teni. it rives tone and strength tu tile while bony.aad ton*
u ill copy till 1st October,and send bills to the Of gay, late ofsaidCounty. deceased. ; Lectures in this Institution will Received per brig Sll\annet and for sale by the practice of lediCineSurgery': &, an a | cnres all fonns ofNei'coiisdjeascs
JOSHUA TAYLOR, Senr. Executor. THE rommenCe and debility,
ZleeolSecretary of State. McNAUGHT ORMOND. offer their service to
12th November, and continue \ and thus .
March 21 1D.\, & prevents or relievo a er>it nf oiher maladies, I
.",. 1519. 12CLNotce four ,. .Newport, March I 10(MS*.9- Office over Drug Store,Monticello Florida. as $,...1 trrttati'a. -'IITflrtll. St. variety ra.* JJaxce Smwf
BY GOVERNOR. August, 15 IS. 3 ly ffilrptie Fitt. G... .;*,. &.C.
f PROCLAMTJ: TiE FACULTY. Thomas Jeff. Heir, clennses the blood etrites the Ever: tn lienlthy aetm*.tree
the stomach and gives good d.f; m.oo' reliere* tbe bnweis oflormr
S IX months after I apply to the lion i Theory and Practice, JAMES J0NESM. D. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Pickled Mullet. | nnd contipaion. allays inrt Imulati.. puru'hw the tk>t.equalises .
Juilgo of probate for the ol Surgery, WARREN STONE. M D. the eircnlntioa "f the.Mm.L pt.ducinr..ie wsnuldequally
county JeterionJlor J. practice in the Cite lit Court in each BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED of all over the and'ihe
1 letteis diimission as administratrix Chemistry, L. RIDDEL, M D. WILL I 50 1ILLE body h.oeo".be! penpimr.-ia.; re
non I of the Middle Circ lit, and in the Supreme Axes roll stricture and
with Obstetrics and diseases Of ) the first catch, and in fine t'fhtnesrernnves all ohv.iiet- ud
:.' said countdeceased.the will annexed, Jererniali MARY S.Johnson JOHNSON.late o I Women and Children. < A" ". CE-VAS' M" n. Court and United States District Court a For sale low by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. invizorates The medicine the enl're nervnaa >y-iem. 1 Is nxt tht* then

Jefferson A. J. WEDPESBURX D.) Tallhassee. Newport, November 25, ISMS 19 joa pre-eninenily need
CountAIri7th. 1S3'J. 11 Anatomy ,1I. Monticelln, 29. 1S4S. 23 Bnt e-\n any of thne thin;$ be sxud oL'. P.Towoiead*. tote-
Election Materia Medica and Thera- ) January .
of State Senators. rior .ftrle T This ynitn m.tn'Iknid l H n"l I.

p VACANCY having occurred in the office of Notice. ftuliCs. jG.A.NoTT.M.D. CARAWAY SMITH,] [Lw. S. DILWORTH.- Liverpool Salt. COMPARED WITH THE OLD PR'S.
f A and Pathology, THOS. HURT M. D), ] ) ECEIVED per Schooner Lucy ,COO ; hee1uLeof1)ne OK,\Mi KACT. that the .oe 16 INCAPABLE
State Senator in the Senatorial District months after date I Bake Sack of I
eighth SIX wi apply to the Hon. Demonstrator ol f "@ ] JA Salt. For sale >k'J"ERIUKA TIOX.lUcINEYER
Liverpool by
by the death of Hon. James H. T. Lorimrr, and in i !of Probate 'for l.on county, fur Letters(f I { ', r I.EMCJER. : M. D. }J SPOILS.

the thirteenth Senatorial district by the resignation Dismission, Irom the admiuUfration of< the estate of Anatomy, AT LAW JOHN DENHAM. while lbs other IXlE ; ,:raa:, fermentmf and. Having tit
Clinical instructions will be daily by the 3Ist March IS 19. .
given Newport, etiniamnmnim it into fragments the
: soar Kid liquid eiptit
of Hon. J. P. Sanderson also in the hSenatorial Noiborne T. dec.
Tavlor B.
I. BRADFORD. Professors in the extensive wards of (the Charity MONTICELLO, FLORIDA.July dinjf. and damaging other goods! Most not ln. hombre con
district b) the resignation ol Hon. Louis April 14, I5l"! .15 l !and in the pound he poisonous to the .systcln.If7! pt .c>J ni ttyitnn
; Aldrich : It i* hereby Ordered, That an election beheld Hospital Ampitheatre. 7, 1549. 27. _ __ Just Received, atrrady tittaitd tritb u>1'b&1 caases Uypsia| but
.' The facilities otfered for the study of Practical acid T I>> we not all know that when fund In oar stm' -
in district on the first of October LEWIS & AMES' Drug Store fresh soon
sid day Notce.SIX NOTICE. a supply I '
and AT aehi. what mischiefs it .
Anatomy operative Surgery, are \ery great MEDC.A. pruduc.11f:1ta..nu. hearthara f*>-
next, to fill said vacancies. month New and Valuable Medicines I
after whichare tatioa of the
undersigned; adminis subjects being furnished free of charge. among : begirt liver coni|>I&>nt. dmrroie.i. dy>encery. colic.
\ Given under mv hand, anflhe seal of dt boni nOl of I the estate of Sarnue Dr. Charles T. the following: I and e-rroption of the blolod'.h.t! is :.rou! but an arid
: TERMS Darby I humor in the body 7 Want produces ail the humors "laidl
: I
the State of Florida
Theus late
Capitol of Leon County. deceased, will SPENCER'S VF.GETABLEPILLSAND I
RESTORATIVE bring on Eruptions of the Skin, Salt Rheum trfsipela.
prtent ocald Head.
[SEAL.] in the City of Tallahassee, thi 2Gth his accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Court of Pro I. Ticket ( each Professor, $1; 0 RESPECTFULLY: announces to the public in gen- ( BITTERS, I % White Swellings, Fever S..,. and alt: atr.rationslaternat -

.' day of June., A. D. 15.!. and 73d bate (or Leon County, and ak for a final set tiemeri I Ticket for Practical Anatomy)', 1 permanently located himself I in Designed for, and trill cure. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint '- 'i and external It is tu>thni! nnder heaven bat aa tat
year of American I Independence.W. and trora his said Matriculation lee, 00 Monticello, Florida, and will be found at all times, I .ub.!cclI. which .on,. and thos ,spoil all the fla.ds of lU
discharge adrinist rat ion.SUIEO : Piles, Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred i t body more ur les... What caase Kheomausm but a matr
1). MOSELEY. THEUS. Diploma fee, 00 unlesi professionally engaged. Strict attention will diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure .j acid fluid which insinontes itelf' betnoea the joints aidfi--
Attest t : A. E. MAS\ELL&C. State. May J 1849. 20 Nochaigo for attendance on the Hospital.GUSTAVUSA. be paid to all professional calls. stale of blood. I where irritating and mrri.in nj tbe doiiraie IIMDTS ap'aaicb

KhThe Florida Sentinel, Florida Repub'ican. NOTT.M. D.Dean, MaJ' 5, IS. t. IS DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, ,I It dennged acts? circulations i*<, of nervousdi and > "!s,ail uf impurity. of the Wool .a*
nearly th ailiuenu 'btIicbi
: Jacksonville News, Ocala ArJuI, publish' to day of Notice. New Orleans, July SO, Ibl9. 30-Iw The safest, most effectual, and pleasant prepaationbtforp I human nature.
election and forward office J. L. SHIELDS, I). J. S. BOND, M. D. Now is it
of 1. not nornble
'rereta.r I. months after date the the public for the eradication of WORMS, I in mii and seit. and nliti turn
of State. undersigned, one of Ihadministratorsoltheestaleof e to uaiihisZOL1G
Female ,
; Wesleyan College. Children or Adults.
,1 Juue 30, 1619. 2fl.EXECUTIVE William S Thetis Drs. SHIELDS & FERMENTING. ACID COMPOUND
late of Leon county, d 'cfaseJ. will present his accoUnts du ie9 of this Institution will be resumed on BON HULLS COUGH LOZEGF. I OF S. P. TOWNSEND,

and vouchers to the Hon. Court of Probate (i If THE first Monday in October, 1S4U. HAVING associated themsehfs together in tie Will PREVENT Consumption, CURE cases of and yet he would f.iin h.-.ve it un.Il' I. thai OW Dr. >co

DEPARTMENT, ) Leon County and ask for a final settlement and discharge The College is and healthy of Medicine, Surgery, &c., afTer Colds, A thma,Spitting ol Blood, Pains in the Side, I Town.n.i\s Gcaive O'- mat $'' &.; *. is aa 91 HTATIOlof !
a high his inferior
Tallahassee,June 2Gth.1S.f9. ) from his said situated upon services to the citizens of and the I. Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Con t.reperaii.ulJearen : :
administration.SIMEON. Quincy snrronn -
hill ,
oveilooking (the city of Macon, and oilers to I the forbid that we *h iild deal in an article wkleb w.nU
GENERAL ORPERS.] THEUS. public superior educational advantages. The Board ing country plaints. bear the most distant reseuibianrel., ?. P.ToWB* nd'*mrOld.f

AN tlection i is hereby ordered to be held in the May 19, IS 19. 20Administrator's of Inshuctiol is composed ot I Rev. \\'. II. ELLISON, Quincy August 11 1'.9. 31 t -ALSO- and which should bring dw a upon the Old! Dr.snch a nmantaia
Division of the Florida Militia the DR. FEVER AND AGUE PILLS I load t1complatnt.aitt dcncMo.ia from Agent> who have sold
on ,
-- -
S --- D. D.I President and
futfonday and Revs E. HMVI.BS.A. M. parchnsei who have :. P.TOWD* ud'lnaIE.'TL'iG;
in October next,At t the places appointed I Notice. JAMES R M and GEORGE H. HANCOCK ii SIMON TOWLE. MABIANO D. FAPY. Well as a Safe, Certain, and Effectual Cure j COMPOUMkit
law for the election of Officers TI031\ for Fever and Ague Chills and Fever I '\e' If nnder-fiwd. .. that
Connty for a Major A. M. Professors ot Science and Literatare TOWLE PAPY Intermittent because U is the **rf Imtt.
Generl to command Raid Divisionto fill the vacancy : SIX months afterdate 1 shal present my acCounts: Mr. P. !; & and al I other Fetrs. Price reduced to I P. Townsend's article and Old Dr.Jacob Towasend'tSni-
vouchers GCTTEp.RcaR, PH'Itlor of MusicandMrs. Sere1uCm8 lapunlla are n-rule afart. and tnjlmitety Jittimgtr; that
occasioned the of Gen. William and the Hon Judge of I Attorneys and at Law per Box.
resignation Counselor they are nnl Jtd
S S. in
b Go\einess, afid Teacher of every pardcutar ha vine uotone single taus{
Bailey. Probate for Gadsden County for a final 1 1.\sc'CK The aboie Medicines fresh and in .
;: 1tItlpnl Oinamental : Tl.ere will be hereafter formed an a or the Practice genuine, are for> cnmmori.A

', the And second an election Division i i.of)hereby ordered to be held i in and discharge Black Irom ,the dec administration and also settlement of' the estatofArchibald Class:under the charge ol the Faculty ai'kpaiat..ry HAVING, wi attend the several Courts of the; sale by LEWIS &AlE che*i'l.S.no P.phllfmlreQliaekn'S Townsaod is no docin no,.more and of never medicine..or if
the.Florida MiliUa on the ; a am J assisted by competent instructors, to fit pupils for Middle Florida, and in the District Court : ease Umn any other Common, unscientific unprofessional L*..
first Monday of October next,at* the places"appoint I final diecharge as Alhninislator! on the dower allotted : College. of the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entrusted For certifcate of recommendation, and other in what guarantee can tbe public haw that they n.re reerv? I

fd by law for the election of Connty( ,, a and set t apart to Margaret Black, dec., as widow erhrinl Term i I to their care will receive attention. concerning the above Tmtedicines,see future rename se.eiitilre: ninihcine. conttinin ail the virtue of the
from first prompt
\ Major General to command said Division of said Archibald Black, late of said ( Collgiaf. lear (or ) extends advertisements and Brle'e'; "*e"*,in prepnriu it and which are ineaptble of chinse* .
to fill the dCc. ounty. October t 1th July, 1i4).and every expense i in G- Office in the Capitol. pamphlets, which may be obtained which niisht render them Ihe AGENTS of Vi"teaJ of t
occasioned the of Gen E. S. Sit EIARDMmr. of the health..
t vacancy by resignation James t the College Course Tuition, Board, February 11, 1I9. 7 Agents.
S G. Cooper. April ith, islo. 14 includinJ AIarch_ 18.1S4S. 35 But wb ceL!should be etperied from one wb ko"wKh '
Officers commanding Brigades, Regiments LfJ"QII"I.! loob Q1t Stationery, may be in:com|wn lively of medicine or disease' It require. a ptftIl. f
I -
., natal. by lluml'td Dollars Groceries. ot*nnw experience to cook and dertit
ions 7'vo erve np even ro irti> r
.: and Companies within the State,are re Notce. The above statement applies only to the course ofLiterary Drugs, Medicines, &c. neaL How much more important Is It that the person who to*
quired to earn into order within the tim JUST receiving Irom New York and New Orleans 3,1 fucture medicine designed( for J
efcctthis Months after daje, to the instiuction. The Extra Studies, which are
and choice
Judgi assortment of Groceries
its of their SIX consisting WEAK STOUACH3
respect ., and make returns ul EDWARD BARNARD, JR., AND ESTIEBtlD: STSTIMS J.
according to law. f Probates of Leon County for a final stttle- at the option of I he parent, are charged a follows I : part of Bacon Hams, Sides and Shoulder shonld mwr well the raedicil p"'l,run of plants thek runner

W. D. men! of my accounts as administrator the Estate Music and "-e ol Piano, $-55 (A I Mackeral No. 1 and 2, Candles Soap,Flour, Coffee, 1 received, by the late arrivals, a of securing and conrentnitmg their healmr virnw l
1 MOSELEY. of JesseTownsend and Drawing and 25 00 addition to his "00*extensive kao'/vledge or the vamiu disease which.**
Daniel Townsend Painting. stock of GEN
deceased, Lard, Tobacco, Teas, Almonds Candies New :
All the Orleans '
: #J- in the State the human ,
until sy.t.nan4 b- to 1I..rl remedies to theRa***
paeu publ.h day and for a final discharge from the administration of, Ancient Languageseach, 20 which DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of
4. election 0 Sogar, &.c.- I offer low for cash. U I. to arrest fraa U upon lie nnfortanale. W>r"u,kim into
June 30, 1540. 2G. these estates. All persons jnlc'ested will take no The French Language is taught to those WIO de- Store remored next door to John W. )Ie's. i are of good quality, IoU fu Caa h. wounded bnnnmty. tit kinxlU: h";0 U the despairing b."' .*
t ice Bite it without e,lra charge. JOHN McDOUGALL.-r a general assortment of the follow restore health and bliwnu and vtr-r .nto the crushed and km-
accordingly.BENJAMIN ken.and tn banish Infirmity that I'Ll>I JUHlB TOVV.NSE.SD
Tuition in Cia 25 00 viz
MANNIrG. Adm'r.OChJatnesT. Preparatory !! June 0.1843. .23Confectionery genuine : baa SOUGHT and FOl'Mi the and neaa utbnifA1S I
4, THE GALPIN HOUSE. Archer, Esq., to'attend Candidates for the First Class must be in their RowanJ's Improved Tonic Mix: oj.portnnily I

.. NEWNANSVILLE FLORIDA. to all maters connected with the administration: o r I 14th. sear, and a corresponding age required in the and Bakery. ( of Wild Cherry, Brandreth's Grand Universal Concentrated
these : candidates for the da Pills, Sherman's Celebrated
ebtates. B. M. higher ls. KINDON would Cathartic, Camphor) Keiucdy
his friends
I TiE ,public are informed that the GAL July 2S, 1849. 2-m It is very desirable' (hat pupils be present at the HENRY and Worm, Cough and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland's I, ; within the rerhand tithe kmiMledje of all wh.' need itkal
.' .: is now for t the generally, that he has on hand, and Celebrated they uwy learn and know hy jorfnl it
i;; : IIN opened reception opening of the Term. 1'ht Classes are then formed is Feverand Ague Remedy, Lucenia Cordial, 'Transcendent experience.
constantly CANDIES of all
:. ', of Boarders and Travellers, and they may ICE ICE and those young ladled who enter upon the course such as : kind Thompson's Eye Water, McMunns Elixir of Opium, Iu\ver tu Heal.

rest assured there will be no pains spared in making REGULAR supply of this desirable article I with their class, possess a decided advantage over PEPPERMINT( LEMON DROPS Sands Sarsaparilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, Sold wholesale and retail \by
] ,
them comfortable far in the power of the Pro A I ,t those who admitted alter the classes have Tyler's ditto, Gordon Billions
t. I a are and CO.
be kept atthe, Rail Road Depot in (the courseof progressed CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY, I Anti-Dyspeptic THOMPSON. SKILLMAN & ,
do His stables
; prietor to so and in '
are new first in the studies of the, Pills, Beckwilh's
Anti-Dyspeptic Pills
., Those year- Peters' id
next week. the ai York
wishing article will WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY Nassau. New
; rte dance.order, and a first rate ostler always in atten please procure their Tickets; at t the Drug Store of E: Any other information needed, wi be furnished ; Spencer's Pills, and is Agent for S. P TOvnsend'scelebratfd street,

I N. B. BARNARD JR. Ice will be delivered at the RailRoad i I rt application to t the President, or And various 10AnnOUNI, among several that are Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 per And by LE'IS&AMLS,
Private alwar
apartments furnished for lalies. bottle. Also
f CEO.: Depot until 7 o'clock, and in no case U'i/lit be v E. H.MYERSSec'ry Faculty. useful for colds and coughs,and prepared tomann- superior Lemon Syrup prepared from Agents, Tallahassee.Blacksmithing .
i. ;1 ewnauvilteJone23, IS49.-25 GALPIN Proprietor.C delivtred wihovt{ Tickelz-eisons wishing the article Aug. 2;, 1549.. 33-4w facture any and all kinds that may be ordered, both sick pure Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable for the April 21, 1S49. 16 ly

T I will please take not ice of lh. The price'delivered wholesale and retail. or ordinary use than that usually sold, London .

l .,4' ) A BBLS.:St. Louis Flour at the Depot i if :3 cents per lb. Tickets for LEWIS &AMES, He i is also prepared to carry on Baking in all I its: Porter. &, &c..IuneIO,1SlS... 47 -. *

: .,: / ftf 20 bbls. Cincinnati Flour, r i lbs. will be issued. DEALERS IN branches, from the plain LoafofBr!ad, to I he most substantial and Blackstoithing of
A small: nupply of Ice will be at E. Birnard' Cake and Pies. Patties and the GOOD cheap
V 30 I ,I exquisite public BARRELS PRIME PORK Stable, occupied
"$ : : il Ibs. WhisKy. where a Ticket for'5 i Ib!. will procure 4 Ibs. Ice. DRUGS, MEDCINES. PAINTS OILS, can always be accommodated by giving timely notiCe 10 casks bacon Shoulders kinds done at Ihe Shop near my
I 't1P' Wt Bo( Ibs. Shoulders Side., Those wantinglce in large quantity, for parties, Toilet Perfumery, it., Window GlassPAINTERS' at the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson street I J bbl St. Louis and Western Flour, January 20 year, 1SJ9.by Miller 3& Brokaw.A. A. FISHER.
:', ) ??. 600 Ib*. Hams. For Sale low by tie., will please send their orders to Mr. ,' ah, at BRUSHES AND COLORS, oprositf the Room of R. l.Berry Ei 1' = Rio Coffee,
' the Depottwo or before it will be cal. Apothecaries' Glass Ware, arc ,Dec. 1C, 1848. !
'i li. ,J. S. S. KNIGHT threet2) Talahasp Liq\or of all kinds. Jut received and for sale I S. S. Knight
I led for that it t by
I July 7th, 1819. 27 ,*o t may hand if possible.Theprinclpallepot a JtUEabove constantly on hand,and for sale at the GEO. H.

: i$ A'evport, where it can L X lowest market price* GEO. W. HUTCHINS Tallahassee, June 12 1849. BEST-WICK. WLL continue business at hi old stinJ wJ>
; Spring and Summer Clothing.I I I b" obtnined in any quantity, by ,applying to.Mr., LEWIS & AMES. hopes to wait on such of his friends *bt'.

. DANIEL LAnD.TallahasseeJure. Tallahassee November 20, 184!. 18" AUCTIONEER heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, pronu-

C bAnK & STI1.L.MAN! are no,receiving a 2, 1849. .22 Just Received, ing that all shall bare good articles at fair ncts.

? I mall, but select assortment ol SPRING ANDSUMMER MILLER At, BROKAW'S TALL.4HASSEE. FLA.BEFLR PER SCHR. TALLAHASSEE, a larse and fresh April 23,18-19. 17

CLOTIIG. together with a few aflj.cles S. S. KNIGHT, TO ol su ar-cured Haroc, plain Hams, Rice

J, .;};, such a Wholesale & Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer Liver) & Sale Stable, % ,. Messrs. H. BOND, J. W. ARGYLE, D. C. WILSON, Flour, Bacon Sides Lard, &c. All of which will be, Pure Sulphate of Quinine ad

Drill, Drap d'Rte, _l/_ _. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.rpHE F. H. FLAGG.T. J. HODBO and J. T ARCHER.: sold at the very lowest rates for cash only. HE subscribers have on hand ,wohnndr !

$ .1."; '. Cathmerctles, .Marseilles, &e. TALLAHASSEE, .'LOUDA.TE I subscribers have moved to (their March 101849. 10 GEO. H. BF.TWICK. 'I" fifty ounces of Sulphate of Quinine which the sad

..- Suitable( manuaetureind to be disposed of for ;PS constantly on.an, (or sale at a X Stables and take this up freproofbrick -I- Corner of Monroe and Jeferon streets. have obtained direct from the manufacturers,

; md I It. advance Land 'For Sole May 12, 1849. 19 they will warrant it to be a superior article. .
CASIlndOASUONLY.almofrate profh' mal on cost, for cash, all the standard form their friends and the public generally of Itact. e ) and Nrt

t., \ul cfrdilly I in his line. Flours of approved qual. fIiesSugar. Being thankful tor the liberal patronage they A RARE CHAJfCE! We have enlarged our stock of Drug it0 exec
purchase. i i *. Colleen.. Teas heretofore Tin cines by recent arrivals,and are prepared
Bacon Hams, Pork, h ave received, they solicit a continuance: land known the reran,
: I
Tallahassee, March 1 7, 181g. :Soap Candles THE as "Overstreet Tract, 9 orders tor articles in our line, at wholesale or
1 Lard,end all similar articles-together of. the same, and pledge themsehtltospare no palm s north of near the Thomasville engaged additional workmen, we are
--- '. will) Fruits fritili Potatoes Onions, Nuts, for the accommodation of t those whe may patronise toad, Talahasee. HAVING to fill all orders in line in oa the most accommodating terms. ftrlh.
received from New Oil tans, NcfT'a Susjar adjoining Brnch'* plantation, containing our a We have also few accounts yet dtie to
Almond a
JUST Iti2ins. Fig. ,and all of her hem. Their Stables are situated and
artice.ujuaUy on Washington .or bOO acres. Will be sold low prompt satisfactory manner. All orders from small
Rides and in
and article onsatisfactory
hou1eT.. (a new ,) Sugar f in similar esfabi ishmnent.. i Square, in the most convenient ot the town and the country receive immediate year 1847. They are generally ,cud!
terms attention.
I. Hauis, 30 &c. For sale' by Store dour part to one wishing to purchase. For m wi A but if the whole could be paid shortly it
i abutc G.
Monoeftreet. for comfort and convenience
,I JOHN net. I. lrginniss', on they cannot be gur further particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, liberal given to merchants and dealers. far towards liquilating certain sums ibiCb W O
pissed I by Stable in the
Mc\OUGALL. any Southern
Jut 71819. 27 country. or DANIEL LADD, New Port. I T. WHITEfcCO. LEWIS 4M
April291.l 17 lv jQyember is. is.is. __ g -- 1an IL 1LQ_ 0 June 9, 1849. 2 AO A1_ _- .--