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 15, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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garded moment. made the eldest brother, other, tho -- - : : --
only in all Arkansas be From -
person to
JOHN HILL, alias NIXON CURRY; George; a confident as to the secrets of his compared: with the J'iekibuig Sw/i/d, Jug. 9. POPULATION or CALIFORNIA. U\vnlf. OLDCX I
desparado in LETTER ; OF TIMK
Or,The Victim of Circumstances. previous) history.)'. It happened that this same: physicalstrength. FROM IR WM. M. GWIX.We THAN AT PRKSKvr roR.: POUTR
The ftthions
A TKCfi SKP.TCH conceived violent desire fur ; editor of the Altn ) ri.
01' UFK ARKANSAS. George political have been Calirllia" ( I
Howard grasped the barrel of the pistol as 1\/rcd by our esteemed F mites that t the of they say, rorne new every seven years ; some
*' Among the' truest fnVnds of !the people! of all distinction, and requested I Hill! to resign his Hill cocked} fiiend, Dr. I population country fn.. how or other knee breeches ,
it and Seymour Halsey don't
i the with the t follow the 1st come round
the preJenl Co"cnt.on. may be named John lhll.nl seal in the Senate in the illiberal friefld's' 'favor. ; their \l'3101 explndi-d in ing letter from Dr. ofXo\'Crj'r! next wi lIe 00,000 souls.! P ( l'
hands without : Gwin, which On the any more. They when Gor. Ilowdonreviewed ,I
.St. Kiancii. Once we say
His and presentour
morethey } I
eloquence Jantnryhiot
energy courage Hill refused and the 1t : says, was l.>,000f ,
conspiredfor readers
fully entitle him to the 'prouJ place he holds, and, terrible Strongs cpnclcd. and the most dreadful/ l struggle! : as giving the most? succinct and exclusive of Indians, and divided(! thus} !) the tronp* of Massachusetts, in ,t I t
jnv\e trust, will toner retain-lint of badt'r of the a revenge. Writing back to C.ro. ever witnessed in the west. The advantage inferring; account of affairs. in California Cahitrr.'iarms, 5,030 american fuon. 17J5, he wa dressed in a grey wig. cocked ,1 ,
Arkansas lina of the reward offered : vluch and 1,00.:) f foreigners t
Ihmoctatv.-Mttle Gazttte, in the! they procured a copy we with hat, white
a broadcloalh
Jays ofI1e Contention.. for the arrest of Nixon Curry, the far- shii'ulro/ side to the other fur halt : of all nations.. !'rol tho 1st of t: Janniry coat and waisl-coaf', t
the space minutes till both bathed SAX FiMxrisco, June 20, 18 W. : to the :Hth) June, arrivals red small) clothes, and black silk stockings. f I
famed robber and then ofa w'r by sea areesnated
filoody .fffray-A desperate rencontre occurred ; collecting a party in of their blood. ) !, In 17H-J, Gov. Hancock received t f
ttr'am, own the DOCTCK hisgn.'st'm
( Yon at 9,000 anlllho.
E\'cl Ir\lt : by land J'I
doubt at
lat week in M Francis. Two disIinguihed dozen desperate men, I they attempted to no expect a ; rOo. in
citizens Jellied bv-standers. ( looking on the windows hUeI from here Of these( there a redvlvct cap within which wa one of 1, .
were and three others dangerously capiU'C Hill in his own house. The latter through me and a description of the new corners were about 5,00(1( I fine
wounded. The dll1(-',1r%' resulted (from an attempt: had always! armed with his of I the log court-house, were tlc with wonder country. I kv.v,, this is 1..Iss, for letters Americans, G.OOO Mexicans 7,1( )() Chilians linen, hrnl'cllov'r the edge of the \'c'f' f r ,
to arrest r John Hill, a member of the last legislature gone enormous and a\ At' length and I the have arid 12,000! () other {( vet one two or three inches. He wore a bluo f
writhing v' thousand been from variousCnmmntrje.cc.
doublt-.barreledshot whi written: from ,
ami' two ( t"
long lrciglershain
onneily of UIP Slate Convention is gun rifle-pistols, < damask
who a* it 1 I like! tw. fjown, lined with silk. white
twisting racing the handleol a satin
alleged, i is the and knife that serpent:!, : you can! It'3t than I write l'rirarti that, to I
mrtoiious robber, Nixon Curry, thatcommitted a so heavey few other hands lore cal I SIW up embroidered: :
such atrocities fifleen years ago in the bcsidt-s his own could wield it. The assaults I liI'N I :i huge I bowie knif i;, nnthoiight of previously i. wiliiii i ti"| .space/ : of a single |,.Ucr. I was the :JJOfh: June, the preponderance of the' im clothes waistcoat, black satin small I 1 I

Mountain* of C.J.rt/ljna-I.itt/ lack tlartte of (if the Strongs proved horrible to themselves. protruded from beneath his: hniting-: I rt. SC'I'1* weeks. on the isthmus ofParnma, and migration: was l foreign, and! that the t following white[ silk stockings, and red morocco I : i

May, 1MH.We f. Hill killed two of the brothers and IJotn saw it at the same time, and both :attempted Jiuuot) reach this place until the tth inst. My was the character uf time then population : slippers.Tho .
(dangerous' to it. Howard I I J 111"1'3 I. ofihe l! Srmreml Court of fU_ I
have the grasp succeeded fils.l lei-ling was of
given quick ; one
previous extracts from ly wounded of their tends, him ; disappointment.: Na- Americans 10.000
fi\'l escaping I
the oldest! and as lightning he drew the keen its tort did not intend sichtisctN. late< as 177;;), wore robes of scarlet -
most respectable journal of Arkansas self unhurt hlal frI this place! for ;
although I than: t rounds [ great city, I C'Lirrhn' UO
lon scabbard: ani 1 but (( \vith! black velvet and in
it hilt in the circumstances,
) in order to reader that ilwarlld to ; summer
satisfy every of ball and buck shot were aimed at his up ; capital, arid energy, may 'Itxcani (fiOU! Muck silk
tic! following nnrratire: extraordinary, as 'some breast. Ilsol of his Ii itmid and his Mary's f father.; overcome t the obstacles! : of nature., gowns ; gentlemen wore coats of ,
Tl.olorth. ( iian 2, ()() i
outs incidents ;is tissue fie-1 TIm .1 ,'nm i is fulfilled,: !! 1 1 west wind blows! :(( every variety of color, generally the cape and II i
of I
lion. Indeed, tiny while appear no TJio excitement resulting from limo uiitir wih :Ksuilo of strange s\l clcaim11Ii cold and constantly have and is exceeding7 nations "..000f colJur nt* ".,li-..f /*(* .. ,mmr.; _....' ...i.- *"____ .L 4
itdating genuine events, piercing. I
and was boundless. A requisition came on (from () on his features even attei t.. ..-. I.uii<-r",1 ,. not. .for *years" .*% [In 1730. Gen. Washington arrived 'In i
j So -J
painting true scenes, we have been especially ( i **
careful to avoid all'i\(1 colors. the executive of Carolina, demanding: tho surrender corpse. I He then sank down, find expired under hur {blankets and cammn )t .keep warm at The Editor, then 'estimates 25,000 Amen. New-York from Mt. Vernon, to assume the

Should this short t>k<.lch, E by cliance, reach of Nixon Curry. The go\'cro of without a groan. that. Ihe site of m tin,; city h very much I like C'ins to be on their way to Cali&rni.i; from duties of the Presidency. HB was dressed ina

the forests of the Arkansas} any the there Atkansas published an additional reward for Howard(gazed on him tllrl as h: ,' lay, that! : of f Vicksburg:, but more broken! the States, all of who w'i arrive before the full! suit, of Virginia homespun. On his vis. .
will deem its descriptions tame in people comparison the arrest of John Hill I I ; and thus betwixt the with that singular smile on flC, and) his and'I ninmtaino'is. In "more respects; thrtti: ('nd of Octnl/C and an addition of only it to New England, ho wore the old contincn'f''f _
two fires, I the victim's chance seemed And) with this bar: ; I been rcrnin J led I of for : toll uniform
with the deeds uf the The writer who perfectly glazed ryes open. then, awaking: : : Vicksburg: since 5,000 increase in the foreign population( except" on the Sabbath; ;
has resided the I hopeless.Hill's wirl; fi__ srart:_H__ .if'.Jrrtitt_.. !nm'.... ".i.Iii..'. \'I"IH' I Clime: It-re.! a' it .1!Vii'1 r..il- _;in. 1_fi'\l_ -- SJm_ r11 I I during (the same: :iUH'. It is t thus he runs tilt appeared: in black. John Adams, when Vice '

Jor lanc, ) in. portraying long on its exciting frontier,lile.has- no Mm-use I I conJuct] in the crisis was prompt and o! the night, the po.>r,
pIe will serve him welL lea rkss a s tn r. I Packing up hastily I he setout head-long: ) on!) the boy! of,j crying intones II'' I) are fr beyond anything your city ever taw. next, which he classifies as 1 follows l. streets with his hat under his arm. At hi.levees .-* ,

j memory very' with hisif and dlildJ'I. in a common that melted nrtny hardened! spectators I a lllt! ijilmi st t !inctvviihle: to hear: t the rates t ofwages I l : 1 in riiiiiadelphia, I President Washingtonwas i' 1
fifty years ago there lived in Iredellcounty moving wagon, for, !, wllt'l into I'afi, "Great( (God: what' ; have I done 1" irice' of building! ma1'nah. and rents Americans 25.000 clad in black! velvet, his hair was powdered .1'

North I the Carolina, a Presbyterian he, knew of a band ofdHpcruloes Upll'rt.na he lIe. I lie kissed the clanrny, : lips of the dead: wet paid !lill; ] hU, es. Houses not near so good Californian! ; 0,000) rind.! gathered behind in a silk bag ; yellow! !

preacher by name of CU'T)". IIo was a 1tlcJould protect )him. lie was oveilraul-' his cheeks! -ill a rain: of unavailing sorrow ; 'nor lirr; ; than the one I Iln'll in Vicksburg, other nations 10,000) gloves ; knee and shoe buckles : he held in ,

man: in easy circumstances, of irreproachableelmactcr ) at Conway COlt hou c by two bundled essayed: to staunch time blo-xly! wound; with! his rent: formore' than one t thousand doll.irs !. \1 his hand a rocked hat, ornamented with a 0, '

: and having a large" family of promising men in pm.stiit, all t thoroughly tinned, and handkerchief: ; all then apparently sat i-lied.I a var. Such; a house. as the little t rf 00,000 cockad.( *, fringed( about an inch deep with I

son" anil daughters. Among these, the some of them renowned "fighters." Hill that all was over, sprang upon his Ii't.t with a J JI I t lice yo iiised! I to or upv, but nol half so comlorlablenr Oflhe black feathers, a long sword 1 in a white seal I
faioite ) in the' '
Nixon it
was distinguished when population already ,
a boy saw their approach inlhe I distant prairie, and i shout, or more properly a scream. Farewell j I well I"il, wil rent at li.oo five is cd country} bard, with :a polished steel hilt hung at him I .
for his ,fearless I !
siipno including
courage and the tenderness ol with his tn'ad/i,1/ GuuIJlc.llarld-that sure I Mary, father: i is gone! and I am go. to |li :c(1 hundred per, month, according children 1/.1 a I. women hip.. I (
his Least. He from )011 all are in various business
seems several anecdotes]
deal ,! r to either man or beast, in ing with ; anJ turning the point ol the I to location. Laborers: u'el from six to CI':17c :
Iff{his eat ly days, to have been a child ofimike I will sixteen, dollars l"t 'ljt., and tilL 111 half in digging for The Drunkard's Hntl.=Moses J"
towards his : from Stevens of
the range: of two hundred yaids-instantly/ gory l\il own breast! \11.1.11 I j p ,< and intense earnestness and passion.Vlien .- I mriKM: t "d I to meet his f foes.( rhi' incredible: have plunged it into his heart, had, I he ,not I sixteei to twenty-hVe. Lumber, common gold.-National Intelligencer.In (Ipswich, an intemperate nnn, carne to town i

only six years nfa.re, he had a combat 1 bravery. joined] to fear before! inspired by been: ptevented the bystanderslin had weath'r.boardiiiL'! : t three hundred I and fifty I olive on Monday last to peddle( fiSh, and put up atSavory's I .'
HI I Hcimol) with.. of tho tlc 1. the ,
U. bully play.griund near: htndred doll.-irs noticing recent elections in Tennessee Hotel. He complained of
thousand it feeling
hi* despeiuijoii' a '( I theadvaneinjj, t now c/w.h'c JIi' the room. per I f'ct. all ,
jy twice his own weight, 1I1It alter sufli-iing 11' ps The has bem hundred time Athens Post pens the amusing miudl and exhibited of delirium
\ith Mich an unaccountable/ : panic, i that the saint evening Mose Howard! disappeared eight dollar five folowing'cry syniptornpj
dreadfully, at t last achieved victory, due almost I whole two hundred fought safely 1 in a (disgrace air! was: IleaIll: of no mote, fur : dollars per day, very common: houses-two article.! FI lend hils we \ih we could tremens. I HB retired about 10) o'clock but 01 ,

entirely to the sheer power of I.is endurance. fully rapid flight. t'u leals, when a horse trader brought wary back; hnndrul alI} fifty dufar' if ymi' stay a month. sympathise with you but we can'I-Jou'l arose about -J, and going into the street, with I

From the time he was six years old. that is S other woid that he had seen him in S.tutuuil, UIti k., from to six hundred I !have to hold! on until we get tltl rejoic11mg nothing un but his night clothes, run about II --
It> from the 'first session lie attended in the \'crl attempts were untie to cap : half "
say : a mile him "
the 1\':xa*. ture
country school-hnu.se, had Nixon I Curry been dangerous: outlaw, all alike ending :I '. \\Vf; h'iv Ihe Aroused! by his cries, those in the I
either in ludirus ,) failures. When the shocking news reached funily houses one bundled and titty: dollars perm mrt enemy (tfhcg' ld. vicinity went .i,
I Ii the Hil
in) love. His I id..1IS a little! girl of the game ( ) :m nth! rd us by thunder After out to learn the cause and! found him .
meantime Hill's character and } the beatifu! Mary burst t into a laugh. (: ; sailors: the all'. If (:t'ml.1c'mlak. a whole \\' crawling 8''
a:e, and under the tuition of the same: master.The a complete chang Forced conduct to underwent be She is now in the Asylum for t the IuslH ut in, wit his hotel! was: here, he might pocket iao.t delightful: anxiety and suspense, wo have[ upon his }hands and knees in the mddlc: I _
attachment appears to Laxe been mutual at last received > of the road, and exclaiming that his horse
Orleans. a : : frequently hear returns t to show
Xt'\ aanlallr.ul : I
from t the ,, always on the look-out, and] unableto I 10U1 tnt
commencement. They stood up in thprelir I Had of a his Gen. dale i is ; of the : was running and that he
l follow steady business in order wo been inditing a tale of rountice, mm making t thousand a day. Somewondtifu Ttol to\'crc'r away was trying
one class and ahvays managed: to stand to. any o tos'tinpoithis would have I: ; have State of Tennessee. Of to stop him ; that the Devil was on the seat
t he resortedloth we : paused w itli a preceding! page : fortunes been made, but I seeno course wo were not
cll1t'r. During the hours of recess, whenthe table.! I He family learned also to indulge" g-imbling-in the fit'. but literal truth compels us to record another I real prosperity' hf' and there will be a looking! fir such a result! as we had every with )him, and that he was trying to turn him ,.
other Juveniles were amusing themselveswith i llict ( in to believe tint (: Brown wouldat out[ ; and! begging for help. -He then began
boistrous ry stimulus ofardent drink, and his disposition, equally' : clnracteriatic, both! as to the iI j jchitfactors mighty cra'l I.ee.llrlt long, and J'11 CU.eror
spoils, the precocious lovers l soured and the hackwojJs theatre: ol' the those \ho arc really wllll"I ( all in try I least! carry the State by 'his old! majority.But .- to pour out a stream of the most horrid oaths .
would wander amidst 1 1avy grove, or by the in the IJj f''t'nt events, .I main: tragedy. lug trtuu 11ld,. The ( moneymakersnow ? I some Low or other the old! General has that: ever parsed the lips of nnn, and in a few
mossy margins or sflver! rills. For ever, to ftJurdOIl cllr'mc. Perhaps there I "lemembere. I managed to slide ahead of his minutes after expi red. Such is the drunkard'send
never I will be !, lint the fallen des.perado W t' keepers of eating and boardingi cr nnetitor; and
was that
a mm
eternity, and whenever the soft of firstlove excepting only Napoleon ;
spell of James Howie: had} enjoined it on his son to slay the i houses, gr .Shfils, and gambling! houses.i : .- the Whigs are rot beautifully beaten. Lat ; such his i preparation for eternity. In

comes, it bring* with it the bright spirit heartily duelj"t"( I h have whla.> PO slayer I of his; father on the day that ho should i You never .,:L W gimblhig on such; a scale.'lucy .- year (;eu. Taylor carried the State by over his wagon was found; several bottles of rum. I

poesy, scattering I li ick.sttrr.iJ: dreams: and! di- undoubted eon t myself 1 persons arrive at sixteen. Without :any, such charge, I lave t the be>t 11'1* in town, which are 0000 votes. Nine months have elapsed, and IIo, was about thirty-five years of age.Laurence .-
\ illp visions of overall things liven raise turn ,jnlu merely at I the : i
beauty wo.ild have been considered filled nJ and day. Miners, whose hands there is a majority the other side. How Courier.
ol I H I i form vengeance by CH
then gigantic :
and appearance t < ; I
fiweut rey exchanged"milosJi/ pledges. 'of, llioir discoursedin ; iutioeblidal. ( belted and bristling i's with pistols.! He 1 broadly was that boy() as a sacred duty ; for on frontiers I look! ni th"r had not been washed in six I i h'ls it happened ? Some of our friends say that j

JH'n waylaid anrl shot at a number! of timos, yet ,tho I vi lmv'' of the slain leach venju-anee to ;i! uiuimihms, are seen in t those houses, betting from I the nellcrl's military fame did the business, The following anecdote is going its rounds

Etil I cscanod without :i srvir. But I m this ,11,1 I I t.t; chilrcn.! :ind occusinallv. execute it them- .I one to one hundred ounces at a Urn. Goods I others that the Whiirs were not organized.-- in Vienna concerning Hem. For many years I

And thus they grew up into otle delicious considered no wonder, ; fur -even: o- I brave( : : and provisions are cheap, and will be !over.I Perhaps rht'y'l, right-but it don t mako! any he has: had forebodings of bis death. lie

identity) of fmry,' and. of feeling. Their bias men's, hands: shook wlll they s-aw: him, and Accordingly! I Pili practised with. his t lath ; I :JhJ1;! of rlwI'aJ.: of d.liars'worth!! are II tif! n'ncetHrh?r so or not. F.icuses! avail.. himself has for many years assigned the year ','t I ,
each other's i ii
fill society, while children causedno shaking han ''s generally unite:; era's gun every day HII Iwo successive years, lying
particular metn rk. Such attachments are mdxot!s.I very poor and this c\'el before, he had any rumor as to sheltere! or protection, yet no one steals them and have, to come down and cave in as gracefully his stay in Paris he once dined with the North

common between the youth of opposite sexes I Dining) the September tem, 1S1IJ, of this' the place of I Howard's n-f--ge. I He then ''earn I livery: house in this place; if crammed: full, as we can.: The people have willed it American ambassador.: Tho conversation j

in the country, all, as usual, terminate abrupt.y Ciicuil Cotnt( t for 1'opu county, in which Hill I I ed that his foe was in Texas and] I two months II would' not store what is now here and on the and its obliged to bo that way. Our friends. t fell on forebodings, omens, and the like. Tho ,

] on arrival at mature years. Far different, resided, he got up morning i titicotniiiorilvgloomy before he was sixteen, set out to hunt him I way. What t is to become of these good who wen all smiles a f few diys since when ambasssador laughed at them,, but Bern declared

liowever was the case with Nixon Curry and and, while ole at breakftst! table! suddenly i up. I when .lie! rainy season SCr. in ? And where the returns fiom the counties immediately a. he firmly believed in them, and related ; t f

Lucy Gordon. Their passion: became; EO burst into tears. I At the end! of four months Bill 1 Hill camo I are lbs tens of 1 thousands of person and emigrants round( us first car!in, are now sowly! retiring how he had thrice seen, when in his twentieth i

evident: at fifteen, that all further intercourse .Wlrit i is the matter, my dear ? a'kcd i I, !back: and' banging j up the doiiblc-barrels! !' il I to find: : shelter*. There' fearful loss I with fices as long as hoe handles: and looking! year, his o\\'n;rave.stone, with his name, and

was forbidded by her pan'uls-among i the Lucy-that beautiful L'icv, who had: 1 formerly :i I llieir, i old IJc.iuirim rack:, answered his inn I and! sul/ring ahead. as though! they had heard unpleasant intelli-! the date: of 18oO on it. Hem received in 1
wealthiest aristocracy of Ca rol ma.: Then fol. left her wealthy home in Carolina lor the robi i I thi'r'seiijfiiriuiglook! Mother, Mose i dead ; I As i> the! min' :, you may believe all JOt: t'ncc. Wh'it a mighty change a few months Transylvania: several dangerous wounds.I'hc .- '

loged siolen meetings by star-light, firmer I her and robber's caxe. J j II I I lei him have both loid .-Though! I ciiedj hear. 'Their productiveness cannot be calcu may efiCl! ? Three da\s since theupper lip ot phsiciun' shook his head, but Dem answered f !

vows and wilder love, which, always increase I "I I have had a dreadful dream," an i j before I dOle it, and afterwards too ; he h llred. iud' tin; supply seems to be inexhausti: (Democray) was hanging down about a feet. Today it q-iite' candy by saying he had another

in ;proportion) to its crones, and like, the tree i tint husband: ,.shuddering! at t the wcrec looked so miserable pale, and bony as a >kelclou 1//(,. (here i is I the only place: 1 have crer seen some body else's under lip hang* down. year to live?. On the faith ofthis vision, ,

Lebanon, sends down its deepest roots into I" I saw George Strong in reco1ecliul; ," \\herelabor has: the control of capital. The Three diys since our sanctum was thronged Hern exposes himself battle to the hottest
the heart, the more it ;is shaken by torm<. f I II i ist'd me with his pale I lips my, that sleep burned ald I lik ; "Pooor Mose !r' s&.id] the mother. weeping. hand: mI I stout! muscle tell against all inventions. with anxious and inquiring friend Today fire, and declares that the ball which shall hit !

Finally, seventeen! when lucJs relatives |j fire, and] smiled] of sulphur. I am sure I Ii Ij but it could Ift be helped. The son of ,. All maehi'H'rhus: far has itied.-: we are left solitary and alone to face I the pelting him mortally will not do so before the year

were endeavoring to force the arms i die before .sunset. s :ch a brave nnn as Nixon Curry mint nexr- The averageield to time digger is about? one! storm. Hvery mother's ;on of'cm gone down 1830.

of another, she lied with the lover of her I !hal Thei do not go to court, to div ," said cr bo called a coward, aId besides it was ounce )t'r day, although; 1'tt much more. i before the first fire li'fli Middle Tennessee I ,.

childhood. They were pursued-overtaken ; the wife, in : of earnest t your father's order." \\uIl'dill stories are told I the amounts I I It's awful We hav'nt: been a Whig f for the A True Piclttre.-The New Orleans Crescent
; :
and Nixon I aCC'ltl entre.dv. m
shot his
Curry rival and
of theliroul *.
Gordons dead the one Hut I will/ replied the hiIlbtnl: firn'y.: gathered by individuals: and companies, ant last IWl/I.f/ur hour'. thus defines the Democratic party (the .
and t then .
with his bride tH, although spot chased escaped When a man's I time i is corn", he cannot' hide Proud and l( .-Tho family (>[ Mr*. I 11:1): of them 11(. I siw a iJ.,). tho son ( ------ party of progress) and the Whig or conservative -

other and found hotly from death ; beside, i would. be the act of a Brown, a poor good widow, consisting by men, in the Allegany 1.I
a"Jlul i coward to do so, if one possct the daughters had the mUfoilune I lo be i" ir and what i is called. a pocket! and gathered five Queen -Mr. I>nncrot! presented to the Queen,
: Mountains\ near the souices: oflhe Ca. Then addressing his fine 11\\'c'r.-1 I mnunl hundred :.lHllw"lr.v eight dollars in one day. a copy of Mr. Webster's to which The two opposing American parlies, like _ _
tawb'i.: Here, under the he I son, a intelligent! proud. AtJIh! rlHi'ulprry; i Dicliular. all those who hive them in
plea :
necessity, 1 preceded history, :
Women and children well the :her ; ;
boy of I thiitecn, he continued Hill labor, though not dig as as mmmcmi.the.C0liEiiiCS [ secretary :
embraced the profession of a robber, and you all\'c 'lccssit.Ihc)I formed: I Iri\.ao repll'cl and all thi! :e which co-exist with them in otlu .
see his lived in .stock idleness in I the United States:
gun pointing he up" and: depended .I I' have been
finger as to
rendered Ids famous the number ) UI I cOllnndtt express countries founded
tlame by are the
: respectively: on
I' have thus far: broken f
and .. to great double-barrel on the hard: earnings oflhe mother' 1/1 flppCt.-j J : up, ail comlinationi your and to hwg ofyoti to transmit j.t'r j.
astotmhing boldness! ]' of his exploits.! hanging cxcelenc. principles! of faith; and fear. One looks fbr- .
buckhorims the door Maria I who the 1 formed on tll'p I aw 'the only that get J
over was t and OI'i ) her[
practice with that youngest, I to Majesty's gracious I
"\ I
'e may record it, not as a matter of merit, 1 It is I hot in the : ward,time othe r backward. One wishes lo advance I
I every morning, and the day you are sixteen, rather pretty managed to win the heart and alolg1,1. intensely t mines thanks I for this beautiful present, which her t '
but for the .
sake of h I leaI truth and ahead the other would
pothups, :
slot } >
'I shout( the loads of both )IJ'TlJS' into the hand: ] of I Ihcihgn physician, and got mar: ''IJch! sickness must be the result of operations Majesty highly values not only on account oftin go ; go ,j___________
I hat the vouthfid bandit never was known i I there. Dactois will backward if it could, but failing in this, strug- j
m:11 I harvest :
who will this kill I ried. a
day your' father. being considered a reap_ ; great merits: of tho work itself but
to perpetrate any deed of murder for the . alialce u. i sri TIes hard to stand still. And all their principles -
purpose I "Yonder comes Inc Howard ; he will I decided step up in time woild ny all m me this I t ft:! ; lawyers alt e r a wlalt.I iSow I they I more so asa sign of i nose feelings towards her
plunder, though he several to avoid I instincts be summed i in the
; and : may up
protect you, pa," remarked Hill's I Mary, eldest family, lie single sisters grew lazier andprouder are speculating d'pgii'g gold. As to ngri- royal personage, on the part of a large portion
I faith which!
nrrcbt.t length the tumor of his daring felonies I culture is I do ono) has in the future, and in tho
ceased ,suddenly, and, notwithstanding daughter, a lovely gui of fifteen, who was lobe ever, while the doclor.1 wit i not thought Cf not IJclc\ I II of the Anglo American nation, which your excellency fear that tIme other that, if we change ll
a possesses
there is hundred exclusive of
mariied the took and l of airs I a acres, gardens' ,
the a set to informed it
reward of five thousand dollars IC.\t day to jouth then lew ilplo\'c ; me was intended to represent in the least social condition it bo _
was offered for in cultivation in the part of the tem liii). our may __ _
advancement in of
goid upper which after
society. the disunion
approaching. political .
his apprehension by the of the State for the wors Hence one party' struggles to
governor and Howard In-stowed in her house rUanches are abandoned ; herds of: cattle
li departed : Lucy with Ueing comfortably which has taken place between tin United
he heard of in North \ increase the individual of the citizen.
was no Carolina. liberty
and horses sun n'J wild herds-! _ _
loe to
!, and Mary 1 blushing, both calling out she began: to eel (111 need of somebody to urn ; C\\llS. Kingdom: and the United; States, could! not Indeed .
i while the other wishes increase the
At the fist settlement of the fertile delta and children I! l all the mines. restraints ,
as they J left "Tak mind her and I kettles and I go to I
IIIH gate, care of him, |P'/t ; seeing a mel11 I V Il'e found a more appropriate way of which the central
'bordciing on the St. Francis, there came an ;Mose ; and be ure to bring oor him buck tonight. neighbor (:a I thrifty mechanic: : .who used lobe Tin're are near a hundred ships lying at alclo I expressing themselves then time presentation those under its control.government" imposes I'i

emigrant, who cal.c himclt John I Hill I and ." IMS-," to her father( in t the samw shop) I in the harbor, :abandoned: by their olcl'rs alH! to her Majesty' ofa work on the English language on .

who soon luccccd.d in acquiring universal .' Ne vt'r fear answered t 1t' yom ml ii, with i going: past (III door, she called out to him i ii; i crew ; and hundreds Immure on way will I : which directly refers to that powerful

popularity. .Although of moderate means, he a laugh ; II ill, will never die till I kill an allectcd manner, to know where! she could !lam: the slue: fate.; The people are most and indissoluble, bond by which the two cognate The Hungarian Hern, Ban.-The follow. '

was lu1Jer, industrious, generous and hospitable him." find a servant-expecting to get, an oiler of indignant at the course of Congress, and will, nations on the eastern and side are specimens of the bulletins iu which this

; and such continued to be his, character, "Then ho will live forever," rctorteJ Ma. one of his (hLlIgimmc rs.; ,rel I I, I don't know," I within ninety days have an organized state nf time Atlantic will J forever remain\CStCi united. heroic Comrrrnder announces his victories.

in the new country of his adoption fur twenty also. said the little haul! government, and( send Senators and Ueire.henlatives .
ry, laughing carpenter help a to Your excellency! as well as Messrs. Merriam, They have no parallel, unless it be the famous _
successive ) CaTS. During) all (hat long period .\jOII as the friends reached the vill-tge, be got just, now ; but there is 111! wiJI\! : to (Congress. Tll'f is great disaffection : will Iii) doubt l feel great pleasure in learning .
lie never had a personal difficulty or quarrel II I'rown's i who 1 shculd think ; towards the military government and dispatch of Caesar, veal, ridi, rici.IHstrilz .
began to drink; deeply, and manifested! irs m you might ; I that her :Majesty i has placed the work presented .

with any human: being ; and yet eveiy body more than ordinary anxiety fur a combat, insulting gel, as (hey ate dreadful poor, and seem to be- nothing prevents an outbreak but the prospect through your excellency amongst the few June 2G. I IWo

was satisfied, (hat such a peaceful lifesin.gutar everybody that crossed(J his path ; and always out of f woik." SOMIO: neighbors who of a speedy State organisation.: I am goir.gto I f.Jt'crt'd'nlumt.s which compose her own h have taken liristritz to-day. No de-

for that latitude, was not owing to want all (he youth's entreaties failed lo pacify: him. overheard the colloquy" bay that madam retreated take a thorough tour of examination: thro'ighthe } private library." fence was maJ,'. The enemy retreated. I _

of courage or deficiency)' in power to pctform At last, the desperado swore that he wuul into the house with a precipitancy that I I mining district i t in company with Governor : will pursue them to-morroW. 1 HEM. !

goo service, in an}' soil of battle-field ; for of r clear the coutt-house : and a was quite alarming to behold, and never, spoke Shannon of Ohioand Moses (i. Leonaid pex.mmiermmher }.CllJ Rcligioll, .Association. mystical t -

bear-hunters that ever pierced the jungles furious countenance, and a cntcrng.as to his of the carpenter afterwards! but as a vulgar ,J Congress from New York. association has j jut been formed in Eislrilz, June 29.I '

of cane in "the great swamp," or detcended purpose, judge, lawyers, jury' and spectators person who knew nothing of the proper distinctions I am pleased with my visit and my pros Heilin, under the presidency of the Count Ol.to I have: beaten the Russians My outpost : ; ; J

by torch light into the caves of the made a general rush fir the door. One old of society.-Ituslon Post. pects. I have ,wtlll"1 seized with the moneymaking Von Schlippenback under the denomination are at KacKendorf.: My% maiden army fought} :
Ozark he was celebrated as the mania, nor I be. seven hours wih: the Russian horse amid dructi ,
1ountaint drunken man alone did not run as fat. as Hill wiI of h League of f fidelity for women, of .,

most s. wished, and he sprang on the imbecile wretch, Pleasure of 1catIiz.-O1 all the amusements Yours, truly, which any respectable lady-married or sin. I)la'ni back. -

He was repeatedly elected to the Territorial and commenced beating him unmercifully. that can possibly be imagined f for an iiidtmst \ I. M. GWIN. ,jl\vho-adopts the motto of King Frederick Pustscript-Iy troops have entered Val- ?

Legislature, where ho distinguish! himself by Howard then caught hold of his future fa. :inns man: after his daily toils or in the '\'illiam-.I I and) my house have decided to dorf. BEX.fiistrilz. .

a strong, impassioned eloquence, as a chiefleader I ther.in.law, (alas who was never to be !) intervals, there is nothing like reading: news Ti huller Dirorcc Ca, c.-Wo see it stated walk in the paths of the Lord"-may become July.- :

of th. Democratic ranks. lie was; and attempted to pull him away. papers. It can calls for no bodily exertion, of on what we det'l good authority, t that a member. Candidates for the honor are I have for the fourth time advanced to Bi.- .

next, as we have already seen, a member of With eyes red, and glaring like a mad dog. which. : he has already enough, peihaps! too t the 1(1' of a divorce i% have been agreed up.on subject to a form of election. The order is Lutz by way of
I the con\uliol that formed the State constitution Hill ilstanllyturCd upon his friend, and wiili much. I I t I lelieves his home of its dullness I II)' the counsel in the case of Pierce But divided. into four degrees-1. The Henri. hold the enemy in the defiles of Corgo, without _____

and was elected 31'ln: the ensuing year a single blow of his first felled} him. t 16 the Nay, it accompanies him to his next d"l'awOI ler rs. Fanny Kemble, IJutler satisfactory to t( elt\: degree (color green,) in honor of time having had occasion to claim the assis- __

to represent his county in the Senate of Ar floor ; thl'1 following up the violent act, he IC ; and gives him something to think of both pailies.i The principal: conditions :are, wife of t the great elector. *-'. The "Sophia": :iincef of our troops at Kirlsburg.PLEUGK. m .

kansas. 1 leaped on the youth, nwllcgnn a most ferocious I besides the mere mechanical} drudgery of his that Mr. Butler is to allow Mrs. Bllicr $1 I,. degree (color while.) of which the queen uf 1

At this period commenced his second series battery. In endeavored to I I every day occupation : something he can enjoy 500 annually, lIe to retain possession of their Frederick is the patroness. :. Tho Lou ---- .
We find the in of
of inisloituncs. I E ill's nearest neighbors i escape, crying' ; out in tones of beseeching horror while, absent, and look forward] to with children, (two daughters,) excepting two isa" degree (rose color) in honor of the defunct following one

were the Strongs-four brothers of considerable "For God'J; sake cease I Hill i don't pleasure. If I wt'r to pray fora taste which mouths in each >car which they are to spend qlll'l'lI. -L J; The Elizhcth"l'gree; our exchanges. It is too good t( be lost.

wealth, more ambition, and, if we may you know mo ?-Your friend Mose H'fem. should stand by me under cverari t), of circumstances with their mother. The arrangement was agreed (color blue) in honor of the present queen' ffen. Ta>!tor has invited Father Mathew .

borrow the phrase of the country, "famous I her Mary !" Hill's anger only increased, till I and bo a source of happiness to some months, since-both preferring:; consort. The fetes oflhe league include the to visit tim White House. Falhew Mathew :

fighters." Notwithstanding t their character finally, he threw his hand: to his belt, and I and cheerfulness to me through life, and a it to a (Iui liter contest before courts, -and the birthdays (Ir the king, the queen and the must avoid administering the pledge lo thc

Was so dissimilar from that of the pacific clutched a pistol. And then Howard's blood shield against all is: ills, however things 'daughters are now with their mother in Massachuselts I. crown "prince, I the anniversary of the t foundation President, as his Excellency ha* broken all i"

bear.huntcr," a close and cordial intimacy also boiled, and he resolved to fight for his; might go amiss, and the world frown upon where she purposes taking mum her of the older, and that of the las t king's (hat he has taken since he was nominated for

grew up between them : and Ji!!, in aij; ui. lie was of as powerful a frame as the t me, it would! be a taste for reading. rcsi cnfc.-l'l/mZdlMa/ .\etcs. death.! Ihe! I Prcsfdeney." I 1' ir __ _____ ___



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showed by quotation from his organ in a rrueltr, ia
.e Edttdrt Fbridian Journal : great degree to conciliate the North, and yet THE FLORIDIAN[ & JOURNAL, all trifle with ;
4'$ I Bowlin with Benton.For 1 s'efeel commend most earnestly to who sultingly (the misfortune and
South. Thus SitU. agrees .
maintain the rights of the -- Louis. biter ,
'The Unlimited and vindictive proscription : Ated. many of all parties believed that Gen. B. HILTON the rest, Ex-Gov. Thomas, of Maryland, any interest in the prosperity of the South, fate of those whose lives and whoseall are QQ j
bf all who differ from the reigning Adminis. Taylor 1 was the only man who could settle has for years been believed partially insane an article which will be found in to-days paP dangered by charges like that oboe !

/ traticn, has at lust roused every honest and this : amicably. Relying on his, hon. KPITOR AXD PROPRIETORS. S. C. Telegraph The fact is-and should
:4- thinking patriot to the danger which threat. question to maintain .- .- --- .:---:-=---- .-- -Blair and Hay ward are utterly) without influence er, extracted from the we thick all who
his determination
and firmly
-. ens the independent exercise, and free ex. the esty,Constitution unimpaired, more than one Saturday, September, 1849. -tho latter long since having been on the subject of MA( tF.'QTtRE8, as are not disqualified, by ihe st ipidiy of their

inn of public opiilion, on the acts and hundred and fifty thousand Democrats voted fir --- -- discarded from the Democratic pari ". the means of raising the price of Cotton and heads, or the baseness of their heats to judga
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r'P slit)' of the present Cabinet, who are of now the him. The honest portion of the! Whig party To the Voters of Leon County.- The Sentinel is "not awaro of,a single augmenting Southern wealth. The reader of the truth would at once pcrcei'e it-the

exercising the constitutional powers believed tbe perpetuity of our Union demand the South who is the will in mind that it was written some people Oflhis State desire shore ;
President. In vain has: our Federal Conitittition lx- I am a Candidate to fill the vacant in the; prominent whig at open bar al.thing *, u
declared that Congress shall pass no ed the services of such a man at they wouldPod were i, State Senate occasioned by the death of the lion. J. advocate of tho Wilmot Proviso." We haveno months since-the figures marking the price it is their interest to do, (hat should
and did believe
tar ught to they b
r; law abridging the freedom of speech or of thepress in Gen. Ta "lor. This too was at a time II. T. LORIMCR. In thus announcing reytelf, I act ( lime nor space to go into this matter at of cotton are therefore to be changed-but the no Indian hostilities. They hare: cone notb.

..; ," these who exercise these high priv. when the majority of the Whig leaders repudiated i in accordance with t t the expressed wishes i of many of present. \0 only say that the Boston Atlas, reasoning and principles therein set forth are, l ing to provoke-they nor ihe auttoritiei of "

",' Ik-gen are to be punished by the President or him, and only at the eleventh hour my fellow-citizen*, residing in different parts of the the great New England organ of Whiggery, we believe, unchangable and incontrovertible. the State-an Indian outbreak.
his :\lini ten. What a commentary on this. county. Should it he your pleasure to hut me They
t.,":; clause of the Constitution is the action of Gen. came to his support to save: themselves! from' nerve you as Senator I will Jdiacharge the duties of seems to be aware" of some things which The argument is so plain that he that runs the savages pearably and speedily removed.
being deserted and thrown off{ )Try (their part .
; Taylor and his advisers Th'y'iolate in It is possible that at the time Gen. Taylor) he position a faithfully as I may be able. have escaped the Sentinel's attention. [I may rEad ; tho conclusions can be neither the more speedily and more peaceably the

\, :: practice the language: and spirit of the great : made his pledges and up to the time of his inauguration A. E. MAXWELL.. says, There are whig members from slave gainsaid nor denied-none but those wilfully better. In the meantime jhowever, for them

t' National Charter, in opposition to their own I he intended to maintain them.- --- -- ------ States who will vote for it. Mr. Clay, we blind, one would think, can fail to see wherein quietly to sit down and fold their arms,aspic
declared :
,. ', sentiments and pledges sensible RO recently believe that Finding himself utterly i ignorant of the policy, Mistakes of the SentineL believe, will ; so will the two Whig Senators licth our true interest, and the means Ly I not a word while themselves and their broths g
... ))0 they, or any man,
action and of his GCI\'ernmenl-unac.
our citizens for the free exercise of t these history be is with relations, Though we wish no c controversy w it\ from Delaware ; and Mr. Houston, the representative which we are to become wealthy, powerful, ers are murdered--or for the State authoritie ;
quainted as our foreign
,,: rights, should be proscribed and punished as and without any poli'ical experience-he soon the Sentinel, the cause of truth may from tim of that gallant State, has always prosperous and independent.This to do nothing to save the lives of the citizen, ;i ;

::: enemies to their country We shall, no found himself uninformed and incompetentto to time require us to correct its errors. "'er voted for it. There is no doubt that Gen. subject commends itself to the minds, of the State-if ll Jr. Crawford or his whig and !

doubt, be told, with sneers and scorn, that Jef. discharge the duties of the high office of they not exposed, the inference might le his : abolition friends ; 1
ferson!! set the example of proscription for opin.Jon's Taylor will affix signature to a bill containing and it would not be difficult to show, to the expect t tliis-they most resign 1
President. NAY, he felt even the ordinary drawn that silence assenl'd j
they are, by our the themselves
sake, and they only follow in his foot the proviso. consciences of all Southern men. It is a corn to disappointment. 'f
steps. I trust, however, to show that the elder transactions of every day business were too t to. We hope that it may so far amend its Nor is the Sentinel right in its attempts toshow mon work-our interests are ---- '
". I much for him though it was but mere formwhich common-every !
Adams is entitled to the honor of first car. as to require no notice at our hands. Fate !
ways ] that it is of little to ofHua
the under-clerks of every Department, importance enquire community should do something. The time

rying into execution future number this prescriptive I to system make, (that are not as new in office as the Presi. In the last number, :\f. Atherton, a Deno- who arc our friends at the North." The has come when it is a reproach to the inhabitants Never came sadder news across the Allan- .t

which manifest.in a No doubt we shall be hope told that the dent,) have no difficulty in performing critic Senator from New Hampshire, we are passage of the Proviso has again and again that there is not a single factory in the tic than that brought )by the steamer Niagara. ;

Thus situated, lit wa compelled to look t to told is bred abolitionist." We defeated The intelligence of the fall, so sudden 1
present Administration does not interfere others for advice and instruction. He was a regular been by the votes of Northern Dem- whole of Middle and East Florida Shall i it and !

with who his deny ihis charge, and call for of it. Wet it. And if the Senators unexpected, of HC.NGAUV, startles and
any man: may speak or publish unfortunato in the choice of his Cabinet proof strafe against Whig be said in excuse that we have not the wealth! appalls

TUOUS rtiiers. 'isii ifo, Bay logy; tms'ngiu'is e the largest of the GovernmentEwa ""Vji"t Sentinel' either to make it goo.orwithdraw Delaware, a MU.G, date vote for it, to say Wcic this tho fact we should blush lo confer us. Freedom shrieks at receiving a blow s(
secure to everyfree citizen. You Democrats patronage S it : otncrwisc I smji.. __ oi Mr. ask terrific and
/ who
retrjfo .i.mg Clay, we but Northern We
it. overwhelming. [
\'en-tecolld For with anxiously
do as think You g ), in having his Secretary of the imputation of false a salubrious climate, with lands
may you proper. may ex. hearing w .
Slate without moral to him l to Our Democrats are to prevent its becoming alaw whose ask, is no hope left ; the response is
pose our errors if you can, condemn our poli.cy courage; urge will at bo fertility need never be exhausted, with hear
-charge us with deceit and ll'pocrisnnd redeem his pledge, which :Mr. Clayton him. request once seen to be ml unrea. ? Wi Gen. 'a'lor'eto it ? We do not a most and that all is lost.
sun, which
seasons make
self had endorsed and t guaranteed to the Nation sonable} since !proof of the fact, if it Ic a l fact, believe that the
that even think
aver every pledge which has been made Whigs he will.We in Florida less impressive evidence has a few months
and is hand. crops uncertain than (we believe
thirdly in his at For Mr. -
permitting ministers to Atherton
to the people by us has been violated. You haviig: been have devoted far
of the
more than given, mutability of human affairs
persuade' him it would be his best and wisest t &r a member space we I ) any where else, would it not be a burning and
blunders his
laugh at ridicule yeais sbolilion
of Congress
may our our ignorance I : designed to the mistakes of the human
Sentinel.- opinions. A since
course lo transfer! his constitutional t to shame the year every throne
as State is that
and expose our party rancor and assassinating powers I votes, if he are of record its, young she
hatred and revenge towards everyman them, while, to save appearances, he was l lobe gave any on That it intentionally has made mis-statements I should be thus sunk into poverty. But the in Europe was tottering. The knees of the

who does not sing our praise, or echo President] of the Cabinet, and have one I' journals.and Tie subject of anti-slavtry was we do uot for a moment suppose ; but that i it fact i is otheriflic, as is easily shown. A oppressor were shaking with strange t rem
our sentiments. You may freely do all this rate-thus retaining to himself! one eighth ofl again presented while he was in has carelessly and thus ;culpably misrepresent bling. The of cruelty were all
pectablo and on
his own The of this the House of highly profitable factory be
as a mailer of right. It is fair however power. people Republic, Kepresentolives s ; he stain and may
to ed :Messrs Burke and others sides from
\therlol hands.
into falling palsied The whole
warn you, that for the exercise of this constitutional for the next three years and a half, will be again voted upon ; let the accuser sustain il f put operation at tho cost of 30,000..

right, we shall' denounce as disorganizing governed, as they have been for the last six his accusation i charging them with abolitionism and free-soil- iaterestontbatamnunt is $1SOO. There Caucasian race seemed to have held out to i it,
you reference
by the
Jacknbin, unprincipled and dun* months by a set of irresponsible men, over to journals, or i ism, we think admits of no doubt. At are single individuals,-how hopes of Freedom. .YV with the shameful
withdraw it. That others
porous men, who delight to oppose your own \\hointhc people have no control, andvlio under Legislatheimtrc.tiollS rate we deny the charges against Messrs Atb.1 may sa-wJ! year after many, apostacy of France from the liberal faith,with

Government, (witness the opposition to the they cannot: remove but by impeachment. Mr. Atheiton may hate \'uledfor the erton and Burke and demand proof. year as regularly the relapse of Prussia and Austria into

Mexican\ War.) You are men not to be trusted This! sovereign! and irresponsible cabal I i is Wilmot Proviso, we do not deny : but ((tie will 1 In conclusion there is !! as summer comes, spend more than this
busy in sacrificing the character of a pertinent question, amount in visits to Northern I despotism, with the capture and degradation
; you might tell our secrets to the people, our country h hardly constitute him j watering placesamong
yea the Cabinet secrets. So go on in your and in trampling: on the fame: and honorof Seutinrl-if'o an abolitionist \\tl; the which, we would most t respectfully, and yet 1 -.. their enemies, amid those, who but of Rome, and, bitterest of all, the utter wreckof

course, and we will denounce you for your an old soldier who in the field nobly served] every Northern Whig Senator emphatically[ put to the Editor of the organ Of'I, f for filthy lucre sake would scorn them from the- Hungarian cause-how sad is the disappointment

hardihood, as unworthy trust and con P the Nation ; and they thus betray his simpli. and Representative is an abolitionis.Again. the whigs of Florida.r c ask, Sir, by what ft I their presence-who take their and of the wise and !

dence. You shall! be dismissed from the city and confidence for the sole object of accomplishing The money go
service same paper charges '.t Mr. right you denounce Democrats, whethrr I
nor deride the
their \\"p give extract from
their pretensions the a lecture
of the and the I own little, selfish, pitifulscbemes I Suppose means following
country, disgraced Burke of the
the people.Is eyesof I of personal ambition and party re Washington L.liol, is "motherhot than or southern as being free.snier and I i j t thus squandered' in absenteeism were laid out delivered by Dr. Kraitser only fewdiy

this to become the settled action and venge. Every frank and honest patriot must headed New I alp hire abolilionitt" We abolitionists ? Were you not last til the eulogist !j i in building a Factory in each of the towns before the arrival of the sorrowful intelligence.e .

feel mortified and indignant to see the old h plead, in behalf of the accused, not of :Millard Fillrnore ? Did I
e gully t lo you not pro j and there
practice of this, Government ? Shall your I ; villages of Florida-who can estimate th Possibly may yet something be done bj

servants dare become your rulers by gagging J ly ro exhibited transfouned daily by to his the ministers curious,multitude and: wicked this indictment too. If the charge is trop, i it t claim his praises ? Did you not give Jlil i !j i gain to our State ? Our population ouMmuhipl Kossuth. We fear the worst. Dr. K. is an

public! opinion ? Shall these rulers with impunity I. all the ridiculous contortions of,that undergoing i- is easy to prove it. :Ir. Burke' life i its not Jour'otc ? Did) you then, or do }ou now, I j }', our wealth accumulate, the poor, of eminent Hungarian scholar-a few years

openly violate the, 'language. and Fpil it ludicrous been spent in a corner. His sentiments doubt that }ho is a Provisoist ? Did not I
of toy called supplejack, and worked are you all classes would have employment furnished since professor in the Va. University :
your by the wisest and by his in of the head and before the world. His votes are on ). know that he went furbeyaul mst of the Pro
managers tossing I them
| and '
with it the
purest patriots of the world for the security 01! means of improvingthemselves He said the question with the Hungarians
heels, by tho of He was member of
pulling a btring. a Congress during visoists in a disposition to interfere with slavery
the liberty and happiness of their posterity ? The old many i | and educating their n. .was,

Are the free citizens of this renowned Rcpub- actually made weather-beaten by. his Cabinet warrior to believe, too hip, is. of the most exciting scenes that tIle cpestion ? You knew that he took ground against Churches would be erected, schools establish. To be or not to be ;" to be free and ibem-

lie willing to sanction this sacrilege on their, self: a second Washington} -that he has kept n of slavery has ever created. Hot headedabolitionists" j the annexation ofTexa' under any circumstanccs ed, thrift, prosperity and cheerfulness would selves, or to fight and suffer to efctremitj. He

Constitution ? Or will they submissively ytVld all his pledges, when in fact they! have induced are apt to speak their sentiments. ," so long as slaves should be held!' take their abode I spoke of the consequences of either tontinegenc
their necks to the yoke arbitrary rule ? Are j up where poverty, ignorance and first if the issue should be unlbrfu-
Hot !
him to eat his own words, violate all he headed abolitionists", are sore lo givevotes. therein. You knew that he was in (favor of'' and desolation )
the people prepared: to stand passive!! whiletheir now reign. Are there not nate. Suppose they are defeated pitched
pledged himself to {, if elected The /
perform Prcsi-i Journals the
exercise of the
rights are thus lorn and trampled under dent, and now his laud Congress are acces. power of Congress "to I some who will reflect upon these things battles; wil they lay down arms ? He believednot.
the, feet of partizans him becausehe ible to the 'itorofthe abolish the Internal slave trade." '
the very men who but lately fawn has forfeited 811! Sentinel ; they contain You knew ---- -,-- people were thorougly aroused ;

ed, legged, and cheated them by false promi i truth and honor to death.sincerity Should, by the swearing old sol- the votes of members. The Cn'.res. that, even fen years ago, when only the hottest Undoubtedly there a'r men in Florida who they would die rather ; and the remnant

see and pledges of the power they now use to dicr'er have his eyes opened to his true con. signal Globe can easily be obtained-that fanatics advocated it, }he was in favor of would gladly l draw rations and pay from Un- would keep up a guerrilla warfare. He explained
invade these } and with little the
have rights, as scrupleas dition, he will\ find, instead of being (the second contains the speeches of members. We say immediate legislation for the abolition of slave,. j cle Sam till this second Florida war cost t the tor great advantages oftbcir territory
their this their
they disregarded pledges to the I ; mountains, (their forests and
people ? The leaders of the Whig part, Washington, he has only been made a second, (o the testimony Prove the charge, o do ry in the District of Columbia.: Knowingthis .j!' clollcii people"of the United "forty millions of I also their plains were favorable to Ihe, acii-

since the establishment of this Government, Munchausen. oNE or TIIK VEOTLV. not be surprised if we are slow in believing you VOTED for him. Others who had not 1 I be gratified us did by ihe f first clear; but they and will hardly i mated Hungarian horsemen. Their marshes, '

have always claimed to be the true guardiansof NEW- -- ----- others. We are willing to aid your investi i the means of knowing it, you persuaded t to j; financier as GEO.so\ sighted good a'j! their rolling Sahara deserts (to which they
the Constitution. Full of Sept.-1.52 P. M. j \ CRAw.'onD.--u were but which .
professions for gations. By referring to the Ho. Jour. Sess. vote for him And you now denounce Chronicle. i accustomer woul be terriMe
the safety and rights of the people when con. There were 300 bales Cotton sold hereyesterday : | stranger traps) as good
20 Con. p. 210, it will be seen that Cod Johnson Burke as "a hot headed abolitionist" lr'l a
tending for power and ever ready to violate at full prices-iinong them were That such a sentence as the fbregoinjr[ j i mountains. Suppose the greatest possible

all their professions, and to betray their trusts 50 bales of the new crop at 11 to 12 cents. moved that No petition, rnemoral, resolution Burke who voted against even receiving I should have been penned by the Editor of t the|t ;i success to the Austrians and Russians. In

the moment they get poaseesion of the Gov. Dates from Havana to the 29th ult., have been or other paper praying tile ajolition titions, in behalf of abolishing slavery in the I Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel does not surprise I that case their utmost would be to settle in

ernment. received Mobile:\ brought by the steamer of slavery in the District the cities, and send out these
of Columhiaor! an District and the slave trade tho Slatrsmca j troops against
) among : But that it should '
us. be
Let the history and action of the first President Severn. Letters appear in the Delta stating State or ) I approvingly 1 I I little bands, and to make exactions of the foot .
Territory, the Slave Trade h which
or ures friend Fillrnore
Adams speak of the hitter partisan feel 1 that a great excitement prevails throughout;: c your sanc.,1, quoted by the Savannah Republican was n ,, habitants of the cities. But they could not
the Island cf Cuba. The tween the States or Territories of the United tinned by his written approval. We I'
which General be
ing governed his Administration in vi.i Captain l to expected. The late Florida war was get much. Hungarians had not, money, but

elation of the Constitution. Look at all the has called out a force of 4000 men, and large States in which it now exists, shall b. received i there not a consistency in your conduct more'precous every where, by abolition presses, anathematized j tbe:concrete wealhund they would sooner de-

false' professions and promises which were bodies of troops have been sent to [Princepe, by this House or entertained in my way than jewels ? IstrlY ihe later. as Kossuth recommended,
made the Trinidad and St. Jago, which towns, itw __ I as a war against unoffending Indians l than
previous to election of Gen. Harrison as whatever. Mr. Burke voted with thj Southin supply a foreigner in their midst there-
and the bitter proscription that followed. rumored, were in a state of insurrection.The (Supplied their places h)' wiser and j I for the recovery of runaway slaves, and for with. Suppose the Hungarians should seen
Nothing but the moral and English Consul ;hud written to Jamaica favor o this rn++tion. But we are lot called I' better I plundering the United States Nor-
courage patriotism |- men I it not thus that whig papers I Treasury. to succumb or really in warlike op-
of President Tyler, saved: this nation from see to send more ships for the protection of upon establish his innocence anti) there discourse about the removals and appoint them anti-slavery papers having thus abusedus erations. Would succu backHouse tM ,

rious disasters: and certain disgrace. British properly. is some proof of his guilt. We again isk that and of Austria, which they retele proscribed
formerly, resumed the
of tho now
ments Administration ha
new ? Well same tone
Hat the election of Gen. Taylor added any The Captain General had forbid the deliv. the proof bo forthcoming, or the dis- one since Ferdinand had called m t e Russians to I
thing to the confidence of Whig declaration) ery of ew.OrJeans papers through; the Post missed. chare of the tie and good" seems to be undergo.ing in anticipation of the renewal of hostilities, it crush the people he swore lo and who

and pledges to the people ? The only difference Office. persecution in New York-and we are is not strange that their southern ally! the ,I were faithful to him when dern. other
that marks the several Whig Adminis. Tho letters pay nothing of the insurrection. Once more. The Editor: says, "It's with sorry to say, not for righteousnees sake either, Chronicle and Sentinel, should strike up the I kings were endangerd ? No S; he believed it

trillions from the elder Adams to the present ary movements. They attribute the military pain we are called upon lo note the noustl as our readers might samo notes. I is acting after its kind. We 'L would not. Suppose the conquering Austrians '
suppose. II
die-nasty is, they have sunk from bad to worse, demonstrations to the reception of Ihe Proclamation [[ ?] of the late brilliant Secretary, the have no for should propose new elections. What' 'i
Tell it in Gath it arguments antislavery
till now it has become t fashionable to be dis of the President of the United States, Hon. K. J. Walker, of Mississippi into t the not publish not in As. papers I then ?-Would not liberals rechosen by

honest, false, and hypocritical. Other Ad. and! fears of an expedition against Cuba beings bosom ? of the free ", kalon lest heathenish democrats make light of whether published in Boston or Augusta.- the masses, who b elect, now
( ) Dcmocrac
ministrations! tried to maintain the appeari foot.-Chat lest n Courier. ) The announcement us." One of the veritably faithful of the tvhig I 113ut to imputations of this kind, coming from that their reformed Constitution had made eVe i

none oi sincerity, truth, and patriotism TIle ---- --- is made with pain"-" could .f._.1.1., .A. ._.v .>KA..nrlv n nnJint f\rV .nrree.. ri,ntrte' ',.in .1. other quarter and those ,'er blob nunrlfrs. orv. Ilnno arian worth. tin olirviMo. lw tia .nn..
WILMINGTON, Sept. 7.-Naval Stores.- .J '- .' .no.- :--"-' -' --0'---- -- --
present Administration glories in its dis. hope that it is rot so," but the evidences of I well be : be! or professional, lawyer,
own The sales Turpentine for the week ending New York Custom House, now finds himself a reply might given. Insulting as is physician, priest,

ful regard of truth and honor. What a bcauti- today at noon, reach about 2170 bbls, viz : his full com'crion multiply in such a way," "incarcerated in the Tombs" (prison house) he charge, there is a refined and exquisite i artisan-without distinction of creed Catholic
moral example for the of the Protestant Jew And
improvement Mohammedan 1
1800 at 82 40 for yellow, and 83 15 foi virgin &c. Wi not the reader be surprisedto cruelty about it, which well i
people Previous to the election of General for stealng. A whig paper, the New York may cause one, if no elections were made, through the
dip, with an advance of 5c bbl in find that tIle evidence 'I prevalence
when all multiplied
one .
Taylor, his letters, containing his declarations per Mirror gives us our information : for a moment, to forget its offcnsivencss in re- of intrigue or force ; if the Constitution
instance for
and pledges were published in all the papers quality yellow virgin at 82 dip 45;-and virgin 3000 at bbls 82 :25.extra amounts to this very small product, A Custom-House Officer? in the Tombs.-A fleeting upon its cold blooded barbarity and t continued to be outraged and neglected ; then
of the day. The Whig speakers everywherewere :Sales=> have been made today at quotations, namely I a "report" which the Editor who paragraph is going the rounds of the press, atrocity What was there, wo would ask, I there would be a social war-a continual

his clamorous in lauding him to the l skies for at which prices the market: closed. SpiritsTurjtcntine published it stated he "was n prepared tobe- stating that one of :Mr. Maxwell's newly appointed about the late Indian war that should} make I cruel, social war ; for, should the Diet

.. military achievements, for his frank, man. // has been arrested for .
ere"Now Inspectors
has been selling the week subtract fiom. this product the surren-derN0.
during he people of Florida desire
of it
ly virtues, independence! and hone a repetition ? would
sterling and is incarcerated in the Tombs. They however, become
at 2 3 a 281 Jc gallon 81 for bills denial
positive of
$ not
., CSf)'. His patriotism: was above nil doubt per re. statement by Democrat. B 5y that war emigration to the State was I In
or lurnable. Rosin.-Sales :No.: 1 (white) Ijcperlb ic We were slow to believe t the rumor, but after poorer. perpetual guerrilla warfare they
.: question. Triumphantly victorious over the ; No. 3 at 7oc per bbl. Tar.-:Sales:: presses in lissilsippi. on the authority of making duo inquiries we find that the reportis >ended and not a few persons driven by danger could not cultivate the earth ; they wonld not.

hosts of Mexico who could doubt his ability to at 81 40. Mr. Walker himself and is not the result (true ; and, believing that the l facts should be from the territory never to return. The I wish to supply (their enemy. Less would 1 b

: discharge the arduous duties of President Niwnnux, Sep. 1919.=JVapaZ Stores.- of this charge a minus quantity f Yet the Ed. immediately given to the public, we wi state frontier was desolated-houses burnt-plan- ,, produced, and s Austria, which depends on
Besides all this, the Whig speakers urged before the of the that Hungary for its supply of
itor particulars case come men
Turpentine has continued to arrive freely and fairly sheds tears over the sad announce. al tations, of the valuable pr"iions
the people that Gen. Taylor had from sonic most in our bordeis and raw materians of kind for manufacture

our knowledge.
his youth been trained in far far in the the prices have been steady $2 a 2 05 for old ment of Walker's apostacy. [The way deserted. The settlers i would be every
camp, dip, and 8250 ( Tar Goldsmith is the name of the} person arres were exposed to crippled. As Lord Palmers
virgin. at $1 10 $1
\Vestern} wilderness. That (pure in heart, 15. the crocodiles of the Nile do wet.'p'er fat ted, and he was taken by the officer Justice the horrid btjtchery of those whose only modeof ton has said, "its right arm would be shatter-

simple and unaflecled in manners, he had escaped porkers, when they snap them between their while performing his official duties as CustomHouse warfare i is an indiscriminate massacre, ed." Austrian- princes may not believe this ;

the contagion of political intrigue. All CALIFORNIA AITAIUS IN A NUTSHELL.; jaws, is most affecting !] Wo would not he [Inspector, in discharging;: acar o. He without they do not know the indomitable: spirit of
to condition
respect sex or Butit
party' distinctions would be forgotten, cud pro. One thousand passengers per week at San uncharitable but was seized on suspicion of having been concerned age Magyars. They never have lived in their

F-cription fur opinion's sake would no longer FrancUco. in June by sea ; 15,000 in all, is sadly fear that the Sentinel in the robbery of Jewelry in Philadelphia is said that tho people of Florida were enriched country; they know only a few sycophants

be tolerated. lie had been fostered from his computed to have arrived by land.-Coin was glad lo meet with this rumor in relation some months ago, when one of the watches by furnishing provision for the army who go to Court. In three hundred years j,

youth by his country, and was now in his old scarce at San Francisco. =The average to Mr. Walker., If not, why publish with so stolen was found upon his person, anotherhe and by Hit government jobs.Ve ask what they have not been able to find them out.Would .-

npe crowned with unfading laurels by a grate- price of gold dust was $10 per ounce.- little foundation for it ? Seeing that its con had just put into the hands of one of his of. supplies could those furnish, who driven from I they raise an arm from conqured Magyars

mini people. He would act as the President ofa Storage was from. 81 to 3 per bbl\ per month. ncction with abolitionism the ficial colleagues for safo keeping, and one or ? They would soon see what sort of soldiers .
Nation, and not of He had Rents of the smallest ] was sinking their plantations and homes, were in many instances .
a patty. no enrmics lodging looms were two more were found concealed in his straw Hungarians would be, who had lost their
.. to punish, or friend to reward Vol. $100 to 8350 per month.-Landvhich a whig party in Virginia Tennessee, North bed at his boarding house. The ingenuity :posed to starvation themselves constitutional rights. Such an army wouJd

untarily (Jen. Taylor solemnly ratified these few years since was purchased for $;00, will Carolina and Kentucky, and probably throughout evinced by our indefatigable criminal detectorsin And as for government contracts, rich in their not fight ; it would desert. Even now l!

pledges to the people. They honored and now command 200,000 cash.-Money the South, the Editor in his attempt to saveit this case, is one of the most admirable instances i profits, we only say these were not given to Hungarian army in foreign countries-in Italy j

trusted him, and he has betrayed them.- loaned on good security at from 2 j per cent, was probably ready to clutch, as would a of police strategcm that we have ever the people of Florida. There and Bohemia-is officered by other uattons. I

Where now shall we look for faith, honor and to as high;: as 10 per cent. per month.-Or. drowning man at a straw at this heard of: but we will not put rogues on their were always Magyar gentlemen will not serve against -
truth, among the Whig leaders, when the man dinary day labor, 80-varying from that to charge against guard by publishing the secret.It shrewd and calculating Yankees-the broth. !i freedom anywhere. !

most renowned in their ranks. for these noble $ mechanics in proportion.-Col. Fre. a prominent Democrat-thus, hoping seems that this Goldsmith is an old en and cousins of those who were so fiendishly ,.

qualities, has proven so rcctcant and faith mont and lady had arrived and purchased a by making an attack upon his enemies t to der. He was caught some years since oten. stigmatising our people-ready for an lucra. And we suggest, Cur the honor of the State,

!': lest? rancho for 8200,000. The Col. is expected sllit'l his friends. act of picking a pocket in Phiadelphh\ live job which presented The}steam at home, and more especially abroad, to the
The question of slavery had become one to Le a candidate for the Go\'ernship.- which he ihelf dual Editors the
'I The Sentinel that Benton served a year in the boats cf the Floridian &: Journal,
charges Bowlin at $500
;- deeply exciting, and of vital interest to the. :Many shipments from the United States and ------- -- per day, were not furnished by Nestor of the Florida if they can't find
l', South, during: the late canvass for the Presi-j Europe will prove a total loss, not paying ex. Thomas of Maryland, Blair, and Hayward f c TiE DEMIV A..AI.-The whig the people of Florida. The State has not yet something moro sensible press and interesting for

dency. The people had keen from the action I I'Iio penses ofJandil1 Scow hire per day,taking N. C.-with many other Democrats of the presses which aro now making such a huge recovered from the loss which it suffered, i in their readers than the numby. >nby co rn.

i. of the House of Representatives in Congress, i but one load, is $150 ; men to discharge, $15; South, aro loud" in support of t the Prviiq. outcry about what they term the Denby defalcation so many ways, from the Indian war. Yet munications of this man who calls himself

i: that the best interests of our country were 8.1 sailors receive 81000 to 8200 (per month, All this maybe-but to we must forget that tho country owes the now, when the people are threatened with Madison, they had better publish Dr. Jacob
Le sacrificed Lelc\'e.t appointment
bout and
: to Constitution: mates and captains, from 83000 to 86 month. Townsend long advertisements of recipes
,;:' which look as have some proof. Of whom the of this gentleman to themselves. the same terrible misfortunes when it is
to we a protection to the South, -:Mechanics will be in great demand at I ; no and infallible! cures" with the wood-cut of 1

i was in danger of being invaded if not destroy.d this season, lo erect buildings to shelter the Sentinel a short time since had to many fine we iccollect rightly Tipecanoo and TYLEr longer matter of doubt that many settlements huge bottle at its head so to occupy R*

.: .. Ly party rage. They saw the Union wa mining population during the winter.- things to say, we only know that ho does not, loo were brought into power by the whigs- have been broken up for a time-the citizens much space as possiLle.-Sentineiof 8 &/"*. 1J.

in danger from the abolition schemes which Clerks at San Francisco got from 82000 t to in his famous Jefferson speech that ho i is and to their lives
say Denby was appointed to office by the ju save having deserted their homes Thnnk for the neighborBut .-
threatened the ruin of the slave-holding States. $4000 annum and their board.-A you suggestion
'' per favor of the proviso. Though contending than t nior partner of this well known firm., and tho which they had raised when make one
crops how is
The hope, to dispel the approaching storm, private mint has been established at San ; it that the dual Editors"
.1 1 depended, as believed the electionof Francisco. is not unconstitutional, he intimates (hat his e women and children are overwhelmed with "Nestor w&oe
many on The salary of a drayman is $6, Religion Notice.-Service may be expected in i ?1" Furthermore the. Nestor I

a Southern man as President: who could I 000 per annum.- -Washing is $G to $1 0 opposed to it. And this is the ground takenfor the Methodist Protestant Church on Sunday nut t,a t fears of their savage enemies-there arc not Homer has immortalized, is made known to

La.a. controlling !influence so far as in a per dozen. him by his friends, as wo aOIedme Iinco I t the UMial hour September I 15. I wanting demons.in human: shape, ,to mock at t the reader as a most 'venerable and abed

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hero. One who had'outlived three generations NEWPORT." the price of the Southern staple, we will find, 1 I II If we come nearer home we will find Ibp-n. WE are authorized and requested to announce A. E.: MAXWELL;

of men, and who, according to some, was 300 \e know not how we can better give to that it is principally owning, to ,an. over pro.duction I I I CIO precisely to be the sme. In fire of Mr.I: FLETCHER WHTAKE a candidate: for the ajafiir AtTTflLL L W

old according to others ninety. Surely I ; this over production originates from the New.Enland Slates, New-Hampshire, office of SaenfTnf: the County of Leon, at (the en.ung ,
years Newport, its Springs, and the excellent public 10 much labor being thrown into one particular I Massachusetts, Main Rhode-hland and Con. election in October. attend all the Courts of the Middle CirV .
that either of f
you do not intend to insinuate house which its doors to the visitor the channel. labor V cuit. Ctf* OtEce back of the Floridian
opens Diversify by manufacturing necticU the capital employed in the businessis I
us, or both together, are as ancient as all tins notice which we feel that they deserve at our a portion of that surplus staple at home, estiuated to be about 830,000,000 per an. I: I respectfully announce myself to my fellow- Journal Tallahassee Reading: July Room.2S, 1S43-' 2 I
citizens of Leon acandidate for the Office ,
and the benefit will be
amounts to.titmiby. hands than the letter two-fold-first by ren. num. Deduct thirly-three-and-a.third a
by copying following per of Clerk of Leon Circuit Court,'at the enduing elec- .
pamby? !" what is that ? We dering that portion of the labor thrown ofT cent, Or the cost of the raw material, laborexcept'd Wesleyan Female College. '
which find in the Patriot. is
we Albany I from the old channel lion in October nett. JOHN B. KEEN. '
more productive and
have consulted' Walker, but he says nothing from the pen (doubtlessly) of E. II. PL.\T next hy being enabled to realize a ,better the net ,product say 815,000,000 industry $30,000,000 and you have being as Tallahassee, July 11, IS.S9. THE duties i of (this institution will b resumed od '
first in October, 154
the How.over I
Webster is silent
too as grave. Esq. a highly intelligent and gentlemanly price for the part which we have t the} actual '
remaining creation of wealth in these five 55-: WE are authorized and requested to announce The Collec u situated upo a high and healthy
we le.s what our neighbor means for exportation. hilt.ovenjoking the city of MPCOH,and offers to the
who of
lawyer of Albany, recently spent somelime ;Stats uy.1e manufacturing cotton. Mr.'OSCXR A. MYERS as a candidate ( the oftt
and hare mind to give our readers a sped.men Experience .has long that in the United Slates for iBIS or public suprior educational adv"Ali&es. The Board
in with his The proven crop
: Newport family. pur : *>f Clerk of Leon Circuit Court, at thecnsuirgclecion "' composed of Rev. AV ., .Eiusow,
of the article, by publishing some of the pos.e here commended of a plank road from of cotton of 1,900,000 bales, will bring under I is estimated at about 100,000,000 pounds.If .- in October nest.c f I D., President:, and ftV. E. K. MyFH: '; A. M.. _

Sentinel's Editorials. We think take ordinary circumstances quite as much moneyto averages G'cents pound, it wi bring 8GO- TAMES R THOMAS, -. and GEORGE H. HANCOCK J -
they Newport to Tallahassee, thence on through the planter, as a crop of :OOOOOO bales. 000,000. To produce this, requires, ac c O WE are authorized and requested to announce A. M., Prdtorl of Science,and Literature ;
the fchine off of Dr. Jacob Townsend en- Thomas into the of if it out is the basis : RO FOOTMAN Candidate for Mr. p. GUTTOBERGER, ProleMor of MuaicanJ _
up region Albany, Tie reason very apparent. If we raise cording to assumed, a capital of IDW F.'b as a t
Mrs. S S. HANCOCK, Goteiness. aid Teacher of
tirely. should ever be realized, would not only he of 1,500,000( () bales, after taking out 1.2 mil. I. 8310,000,000.: : the office of Tax Assessor. and Collector for the Ornamental Branches.: There will be hereafter a

immense importance to Newport, but to one lion bales, which is required at present for In order that the Southern planter should County of Leon, at the ensuing election in October. Preparatory Class nndT the charge of the Faculty j

J News from Tampa.-Steamboat Disaster. domestic consumption, we have but 1,300 create wealth a fast as the Northern manufacturer ai"'fed hv competent instructor, to fit t pupils for
I of the finest cotton growing portions of the ::t'Vs are authorized and requested to announce .
Extract of a letter received from Tampa 000 hales for exportation. This amount is in proportion to the amount of Cap- entering College.The
Southern States. We hope that sufficient at. ilal Mr. .'A IESO. RONEY as a candidate. for the Of- I, Collegiate sear (or Term) extends from first u
the of th' of
barely enough to supply wants the for. employed, 1819 should have '
3d crop .
October and in
thUlh 1
under date September : and Collector for Leon to Julv. ? >O. every expen e
tenti"n will be directed to the subject, at leastto eign manufacturer-the consequence is, that brought 00,000,000 in the place of 860,. fice of Tax A'it'SSo County. the College Cnur e. including Tuition, Board,

\'e have no Indian news here. Capt.Casey decide the of such an tin- according to the Jaws of supply and demand: ), 000.000. rt t the ensuing election in October next L.'b.. nrt..lfl Rnof./and Stationery, mt be .
upon )
of the Regular .Army, has gone 10 Sa. he has to pay more for it than if the : I have said I at the outset that the Southern more by Two Hund'td Dollars.
ra-Sola wJu'rf the I their white flag, des taking. quantity : are authorized and requeued to arnounce The ax>ve statement applies only to the course oC I
ndmnslcf But the of late (the o1
CJlcs.4rs. were larger. has to
capacity minufacture
crop ,jStah's P08t.t1 at ,
talk liii them them Jclrs D as a candidate for the office of Literary instruction. The Extra Studies,which are u I
to ; dots meet averaged very near 2.500,000jliaes: and we [,least *r>OUOOfly worth of the raw material.; McHAFY the 1 at (the option ,'fthe parent, are charged follows i
and Collector for Leon Countyat
,- a
lli're! he will the nation and he Tift{ 4., BouglzkmINrsI Tax3ifSsr.r f
go says are compelled to throw two millions of baleson ,This: would) If consumed in the manufacture of Music and n-e ot Piano, 33 00Drawing I _
if GI: 1 am now at the town of Newport, election in October next.BAGGING .
will three four weeks '
.tl or necessary.lie I the market of the world, which being more I :o-irse fabrics, with which the South could and Painting. 25 0 (
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and Ancient
is determined county I
to owlcgs rot
see Hilly
than the demand calls for has the effect of defy competition.: I examine what Lnuac3each. 0
I it ifcd. '
vith4iim.leneral delightful place. The town located winCw ] nOPF.Jut rl The French i' to those desire _
have a talk \ js upon I ; uJt tarh
I causing the price of it almost entirely to be told that the St. larks river six miles above old St. j
(; ,
'IViggs me they regulated II t foreign: manufacturers and spec shown) that a permanent adrance in Co'ttoziWcfllI :no Coils Rope, Tuition in Preparatory Class $25 00 ,
(the Indians) must give up the murderers I before Marks, and about four below old Magnolia, of ulators. ) ( be bound tofnllntc, from 2 lo to) bU. Twine, Candidates for the First Class mint be in their ;
he talk or doanjthing else with Bank memory, and contains about f forty families say :cents, A lull supply of the above article wi be keptconstantly I ith and i is in the I
ear a \
wil But the culture of Cotton has been 'to be d, lot us but 2 cents j corresponding age :required ,
pushedof say the
\'er'lmil ,
per on se t>>nn
< .
them- to remove them. has four stores and as many ware houses, during; candidates for the higher classes.It
/ proceed I of late to such an extent, that without pound, give the South 2 millions of S. S. KNIGHT.
years is desirable that pupil be at the
ice house &c. I think the business present
of the Government an very
Four ,
days ago: one prospects a failuie, ,;((OOO bales is likely to be an bales, allow lug 40 J pounds to be the Tallahassee, St-pt. 15, Ib49. 30 opening of the Term. The Classes are then formed
from New Orleans reached of the place promising, highly so.- average ----
steamers Egg. -- - ---- '- -
for the fu'ure, and the question wcjglit i t per )bale, at least an increase of 16 and those young ladies who enter upon the core _
She had burbled her boiler about I There was shipped from this place la.tear average crop and Winter Goods. .
tnont. sev.ruty is tll. prices to be raised. and miiom'enrh. NeW I with% their dl.*, potmen.I d ci lc l advantage over
miles trom the light house, four or five about ten I thousand bales cotton, some of which arslhow nnilE UNDERSIGNED informs his customers and I those who are admitted after the classes have pro-
( : of the South to be permanently TI' .100,000 bales! which we would. L the that he has agents of exen rd I Ihe studies of the _
\\Iftrc rally in ar.
tluys 1)eforc-Iilling fcevenieen men and scal. was of (;Georgia growth, and it is believed that I mal. public i g n. srre- < \
? The answer is at hand. Let the ufactu-e ourselves, would' be worth 8'J.j, > Hice, and capacity, in the cities ot New York I Any othr information needed, be fbrniahedon
ling ten m >re very badly. There were also the receipts of the crop of 4U will exceed ff.tetn South rU1flclll: a portion of her cottonherself' p-r bflf, about $t' ,5O,000.() As the raw ma- arid !IMturI.! 'lor t the purchase of goods suited tfr his application! to the President,or,1 't I

on hoard of her one hundred and thirty horses thousand bales. Il is in contemplation I object in view will be ac- ten il 1-uulIy: cots about one third of the man.iifdctuvtl iiarkel ; and (that he will, in a ftw days!, be receiv- II H. MYERS.Sec'ry Faculty. _
and mules, belonging to Government. 'I'Iieyere to build a plank, road from this point up into : d.N! the il awl will continue to receive.during the fall and Aug. 25, 1S40. 33-4w
complished.To go.> product of it would be .
about and well assorted stock of, AMERI
all that Lowndes and Thomas, making some in i Wller r large
or so they point
kilc.d injured m.000,000: leaving 8 ,000,000 for FRENCH GERMAN, ITALIAN
explain this matter better, let us assume ': CAN KRIT1SU.
I) This is I Ii ALEX. C. MORTON
had to be ovejboard. There is a Dooly ihe terminus. enterprise the ,
: part upper that t tlic South would t this i policy, : laor and profit to the manufacturer, and AND JOIAGUODS. embracing every arlice.tdpIt -
of the 4th Aitillery (expected here daily.- in my opinion an important one for I the Slate i i if we idd to this the Si0,000,000 I the South or fancy. usually sild in this market. The facilities Attorney nt Law, & Commissioner
This is about all the news of (his part of the of Florida, as well as the citizens of Georgia I and each of the cotton growning Slates, ten would become :which he now possesses for keeping on hand of Deeds for rioridn. 1 _

Slate." within reach of ils benefits. A direct line to I in number,would manufacture bui 50,000) bales 811,000,000 richer every a constant supply of new and desirable goods end.bIeo fOricE AT COLt> Gr'B<;:.' -/ .

Lowndes and Thomas can be reached in .: yearly ; this would give; us a consumption of yen r. him 10 offer much greater inducements lo his iLL give faithful attention In st-; .'.-..1.! "" ,% 1

Telegraphed fur tie Ctiarlttton Mercmy. about miles which will place the 500,000( ) bales in the South-add to this, the Butlherc is still another question. In the friends' and the public, both in prices and assortment, '; may he entrusted to him, in the fou.\- <. ::>cChaltahnochee
ARRIVAL THE NIAGARA. fifty plan. amount consumed by the Northern Slates, say: preseit position into which the South has than heretofore. These, with' sfricllalfrlf bum bu- Circuit, Georgia, composed d t ..
OF ters oftbt region at once in communication been : .incss, he hopes will receive for him a share
BALTIMOIII:, Sept. G. wiih New Orleans, Boston, New York and f))oOOO() !aIls! more, and it will give us a j I I North placed it i is by the aggrcssivu policy of the of palron: e At ciders promptly executed, and Marion Counties; and of Moscogee in the 14ri., Talbf. ,Stewart:Maccn: and ar. i
I I highly important that should RUstl
The steamer arrived at Halifax Liverpool. There tre three lines of sail home consumption of one million of bales We every cflorl to give sali faction The undersigned Barbour, Alabama. '
Niagara take
>terday iiioining and her news has just packets running: from this place through the : Now let us see the reul of it. In the ;I pnroachrnents sich steps ofthse by which bloated wc could by the resist profitswrun the dvanceson will shipments al"l purchase)to his cotton friends nr in make New liberal York.S. August IS, 1949.. 32-firn I

IH'el received. I send you the following I year, and in the business season vessels areas place exporting now a full crop, about :,, F. BURNEY.
from the labors
abstract : I ITur plenty as at any other Southern fort, in I two million ol bales, we would then export hut ; our planters. The September 15, 19 I JP. iW Lessons in French; *
which: has been .
IARKIn.-Trade is comparison with the demand for them. Four i I onc.amij.a.halfmjlhions. The effect\ of thus di- | policy repeatedly THE undersigned, in compliance \ith the requCf L
steady in trgrd on us I believe to be the true one Education. several gentlemen: desirous lo learn the
department. The! prices of Cotton e"er.i das is about an average passage to New Or. rninUhing our exports) one-half m'llon bales I which! the South ought to adopt as fir as it of Tallahassee and vicinity are res French Language, has procured I the old ;
vanced, and large sales: were transacted daily. I leans, and two weeks t full! time for a trip.- : yearly would be, that we woul no longer beconupehled can hi put into operation. But how i is this to THE informed that the exerciaee of the Rl"l of the Floridian Office,overlie I Store Rtadoi

The accounts 'trorn the manufacturing dis. The question arises, are \ve of Lee nnd Ba. I to cast (ursel\s the mercy of j be nff'cted ? not by Male School under the direction and instruction olhe Hoc. where he will give : series of Lessons., commencing .
Iricts were The of I ker counties uninterested in this plank road, foreigners to beg a purchaser ; we could in j Certainly pursuing our Rev. WILLIAM NEIL will be resumed on Monday on the first September. He will attend ,
satisfactory. operlons I and would we not act more wisely our fact regulate the price of it ourselves, and in prespjf 1 course, by depending for everything the 1st of October. Terms as usual. there from 7 to o'clock, A. M., and from .to fl
harvest favorable! drop I
(tie and the ;
were crops we tiel! in the shape fabrics the o'clock, P. M.. an will accommodato students as
\\ere good. long indulged hopes of an Atlantic Uailroad ,. the place of 0 to 7 cents, being now the extent !ii and upon .orth The next session of the Leon Female Academy- their convenience may require. Tertna of tuition I _
generally I I nanufacturing
communication, and contribute our mitt to i we can obtain, 9 to 10 cents would then : nothing olrseh' s. under the instruction of Mrs. E. A.NEIL, will com, which be moderate, may be learned. by application -
The! sales of for the true aid wise of the wil .
Colon week ending build this or some other Gulf town ? be the price.It i policy South, i is: to manu. mence the 1st Monday in October JOHN B. DECORCE.Aniuct ,

the :!.4th amounted to (;,000) bales, of which Newport up can.be. reached from in must average be admitted, that there is perhaps ] foetus all ire can olrhc.4 to render her as Tallahassee, Sept. IS, 1540. 3o-6w IS. 1S49. 32-4 w II
pecuatorb! took 33.000: ?nd exporters 0500. Albany indeptndent as possible of the North.
one hundred and ten to twenty miles, being no portion the face of the earth which abounds For J
The tenor of the Continental advices was fa. Wit the raw material at our very doors, Sae.mTHF Florida Land Sales.
the same distance, or taking the largest cal. j i so much with all the of greatness s, I .
vorable and the cements could (HOUSE AND LOT formerly orcu-
satisfactory accounts received no only but could
compete soon
\\'t /"ILL be offered Auction ffacl of
culalion but ten miles further than to Macon.At |i and no people more means at their at numerous
possess Broome, known ihe "
from India in the of the week had undenell Northern in the ;; ; by Judge as '
early part b- I our neighbors mar. i valuable Land, at the places and times fol!
Macon we have two hundred miles of in. command to come wealthy and independent -a very desirable residence.
the effect to advance kets o'the World. 10"in''iz
until : ,
prices $ then will
pence per laud transportation to the S"a board-at New. than the people of the South : yet how I we apply la B. C. LEWIS. At Pensacola on the 4lh Decemberncxf. 0
pound. On subdued feeling full rewards of I
Wednesday tie labors
a more and be. .
reap our 36
port two hundred miles J y shipping, takes j i little have they taken advantage of it ? I Milton, Santa Rosa County, on (the 6h( Dec'r. I
prevailed awl the advance the -- -
sustained most and I
was your produce half way to New the i It must be likewise: admitted, that the ro'tonplanter I core prosperous independent House to Rent. Euchecanna, Walton Co, on the lOth "
with difficulty. The Committee of the Hoard Oreanl | under has I peopleon the face of the earth. M. .M. I Roach's Bluff, Washington County, o'ti the
of ghes the following great cotton market of t the Slatls.- I present crcumslancel, to be rented at Aucton, by R. H. Ber J3th December.

I'air Broker Uplands, Z>1 ;* Fair Mobile quotations-, 5* ;* Fair Before the Central Railroad would think of' work hard and receives Its5 rerulcHtlion for I The Hunterdon Dfinocraf, speaking of a mWILL$;; ; 20th Sptembe Ihe house Mananna, JacVon County, on the 15th Deer.. I tAt

Orleans 5i& jour cotton down their awfully man. I'I'Ihipping the amount capital which he has il'slec I brother editor, says be would steal a to by Mrs. Barry-possession given Lotr's Mills, Calhoun Co., on the 17th a. I
aged road, it could 'be tent from this place toNew than any olher class of men, and ( : \i Ileavaj in a secret of streak of on the 1st October. Tr.nsts-.Noteswith! approved Quincy, Gdd.den County on the 19th .
[* These conflict with the corner a lght. security, payable Quarterly. Tallahassee, Leon County on the 2t2d
Orleans sold at the best of the staple he produces mrichcs almost : '
prices rcry t
I z/cI aid PERKINS,
from the
I ning smugggle "
rnent that there has been advance. Those gold 6lrtets TlOS. Moniicello, Jefferson Co.., on the 27lh "
an American market and the returns safe in the j CMC, himself is the least benefited h j D. VANHORX. I
received b the J every !i i Net .rmsalem (to buy half penny slumps of Agent Madison Court House, on the 20th '"
) steamer were, Fair Up. pockets of the producer. The planters of If. |I I cigars September t;, J 13 tO. 3t3 a' Jasper, Hamilton County, en the 1st Jany

lands, 5J! ; Mobile, 5* ; Orleans, 5.J] Soulh.WCler Georgia need a seaport town \ The reason of this is very obvious. Every : -- --- -.- -- -- - ------ -------- '- Sale of Florida Lands Alligator, Columbia Co., on (th 3d .* it

Flour was rather lower : Western Canal, to which they can trade with their wagons, bale of cotton he sells more than triples iu I i FURTHER EVIDENCE i TEUISOne fourth payable at tfie tirne of sale, .'

2.G:) a 24s ; Dahiniure and Ohio, 24.0 a 2os. and carry back their plantation supplies.Vil1 .- I' value from the time it leaves him till he bus | .?$ to Ik qi eatijficaey of Dr Concentrated and Lots and Wharves in cityofApalachicoIa.rPHE and the balance in three t\\unl annual instalments. j
CI/'bll. what
Persons desiron to know particular tracts
Corn was steady, at 2."i.G a 20.0, except they nut look to their interests in this it back again, if it be even cotton shirtling.If I 'Syrup of .S'arsapaii/la. L Apalachicola Land Company will offer for to be sold will be furnished with hand-bills on
sale at the Merchants' Exchange, in the City ofNew are
Prime White, which was scarce and brought particular. I he receives ;dollars perbale, the munu- I| 'MessM.TIdward. I3nnlrCo..- Yorkon Wednesday 11th diy of July next, application to 'the Post Masters at the above named I, _

23 a 23.6. File qualities! cf Wheat, steady ; I The springs at this place are highly medicinal .I facturer, with not half as great an outlay of Gcntemen.-1 wa" brought quite tow in the at 12 o'clock, and on Ihe following days, about 100U place, or to the subscriber at Tallahassee,by letter t
qualities easier '. !I summe-of' ( 1 h41, with the D I sought aPhysican I the of Apalachicola, as described on the pota repaid. .
tecondary to II) American -a cure has been performed under my i capital as it lakes to raise a bale of cotton, s.nt"ry. lots in City
and Canada While, 7.2 ; Hd, 4d per tush.e1. I own eye, since my arrival, that the receives at least 50 dollars lo manufacture it several Jit' and was dan"gprnn sick, map of the City. Many of thEe lots are on the Bay i JOHN BEARD, Kezisfer I ,
( proves I of Public Lands lor the State ot Florida. !
so mud so as IOl must die. I grew worse and River,and are the most de.irabll for residences -
!. A fa.ir. business was doing in Beef at I quality of the waleI. A lr. Broome came into goods ; he creates therefore more than :: daily,.ad was ?o rtdllcfr and weak that I frequently as well as among purpose* of business. Tallaha, ce: Awj. 19, Ib4332-3m I

Mcady prices. Bacon and Pork were lower ; I here in a helpless condition ; I saw him as. twice as much wealth, wilh not hal as much \1 i i' fainted away. many davs. I complied with the .Iho, the WharveJ and Wharf-rights belonging to (s-: The follow ing papers will publish the abo'I; I ,

Shoulders dull. Carolina Rice, IS.Gd in I isisted from his seat ii' the carriage that con. capital as the cotton planter.To :[ direction oi'm l'Ii\''icians. Rut! cblaining no relief the Company, in front of the City. once week for three months, and send their all- '

bond ; tales of GO tierces. j veyed him-it taking near five minutes to fortify this position it only to I and hewing of "Corbett's Shaker S_.rup ol Sarsapar- Jlfso, I the unsold Lots or Tracts of Land on St. counts to the Register:" j
I get necessary I was induced lo make trial of it. Sound, or Bay,adjoini ng the city,described The in Pensacola, Marianna and Apalachicola ,
The news of the probable termination of him out the ground he could. with the refer to statistics whose authority is indisputable. I!I I ila1 George's papers 1
I upon ; I hue boy ahoiit fiveears of age was also very on a map or survey of 150 lots made by I K. B. Ker. ; the Savannah Georgian and Republican; !
the war in Hungary had no effect in London aid (crutches, just crawl along, taking about McCulloch, in his Encyclopedia of! irk of lie ame diseixe at t the same time. The first These lots vary in size from 3 to 40 acres each, and Charleston Courier and Mercury ; Mobile Registerand I ,

upnn the price?, of public securities. The I ten short steps to the minute. Now he hasso Commerce, published in London in I 1347, estimates 1 few dosw I look revived me speedily. The pains are very desirable buildin sites or cultivation..iho' ; the Advertiser ; Columbus Tines, Ga., and the !

Knglifch funds fluctuated slightly, but Consolb far recovered as to walk with with moder. I amount of American Cotlon consumed ] wne sleepily allayed and I lhediea.e was so early : the un.old Lots at Portland Buf on the! Raeih! Standard and the Register.
(checks! that I was enabled to attend in the Riverabout 3 miles City,as
for the account closed at 93>j a. j. II wilh British Manufactures about I \\orl Apalachicola truU
ate at
speed a common walking canc.- by 500,000,
: i i course If a week. My bill boy was soon cu- described: on the map or survey made by R. B. Ker, Reward.
FROM IIrMARv.-'I'IIe intelligence from This change war accomplished in about ten 000 pounds. The present R"erage'alles of i. red, anl) only (pair ot\ i bottle was taken by both of I each lot being 750 leet in length and 250 feet in $20

In.M dt of :\is of the most t disastrous' char. i ilctlr. I days. I make this statement because I look cotton in Engl nod, about U cents per pound, I' us. A'*ent from hfime some time after, I returned widt Ii. They are eligible tor \s ood.yardshi.-yards R" ANAWAY on the 2Sth of July I.lstanr- a

: The Hungarians hate been defeated these springs as a placed and the aggregate cost of this cotton to the from iontrral, HI, IMS, with the same disease, sawmills,&.c..If.io I -, .. gro woman named MILLY, a smart and
great blessing i'
upon I which Sad hteii inr' aging: on me many da> I St. Vincent's Nland, lying opposite the ". intelligent houe servant. The said womari
at all point, but the details : be lore the i .
attending these' afflicted for their relief. The Wa- British manufactures, is therefore about '
,,; re-orteilaKain lotl.e'Sh.tkerSvrupofSariaparilla. mouth of the river Apalachicola, containing an area has a car over her tight eve, and on the
unfortunate results hate. not been :fully ascertained. kulla Hotel, kept by .Mrs. M.I A. Madden, is I $13,000,000. At this rate, the highest amount and tool only a tew dues when : ain I wa earls of I 11.S9I t acres, (eceptinZ JO) acres sold.) having; a I I runt: tIe ol her chest The above reward will be ;

It is known, however, that a large a most excellent house. The table is regu. the American cotton planters can I'cci\, Mid lully r.tnC d to lifjlth., I know this Syrup thrifty growth of Live Oak and other trees, and ti'en, Ion her apprehension and confinement in any t ;

number of'h Hungarians been forced to l lay j luily supplied with fresh fish and oysters, and would be, (after taking the expenses of1)) say" turf 1 tfit n&l recoi.T.rnd: it to all who may suffera much fertile land, aiutiblf. I 10 the gii.wlh of Cotton, jail so that she may be obtained. Information re- 1
GKUKGE L. Tobacco,Tropical Flu ts, Garden pectii.g her will be thankfully rett'ived.ddrt'u 1j '
down their arms unconditionally to the ]Ilu& 1 the IIII.C l.IEL SIar ar.alor
in her 7 the of
landlady endeavors
unremitting to cents per pound, sum $35,000 Caauridgeport. } Mass cultivation. the subscriber at TaUaha sEe,-:. 1i j
sians.The make Ir'i ilors comfortable and contented, 000. Slate of Mas, MilMlesf3 ss. } Ttrm.*of Sale.-Ten per cent. hi ca.h,on the day .. V. POWELL.
Viemta correspondent of i the London | and 11"t of it all her charges are moder According to the estimate of the same m- I January 2'J, JSI! J of site, and on all purchases nut exceeding $5uO,the August t 1,15I9. 32-tf i

Times, under date of August 10, gives an ofli- ate. There is no effort to size a fellow's thor, the value BrilUh, Colon .laltlacluresin Then' personally appeared llhe above named GPO. balance i in cash in-2u da\.1 hereater,when the deeds : Savannah Republican: and New Orleans Picayune -

cal repoit horn Col. Dirsner) giving particu. I pile." I feel constrained to recommend New. 1647 was about 12,000,000, L, Djrrcls, and made; oath that the abo\'t;.ifHJavltby will be delivered. On-al purchases: over $400, a will publish the above once a month for four
o neatly himtuoscribed A. EDWARDS, of and will be for one.
is true. credit one years given months and send bills to this office for collection.
operations in Trans, }Ivania since the port and the Waktilla Hotel as a place where 81 BOOOOOO. I estimated that I the a. Ju.ticf of I Ihe Peace. half of the purchase money,I he balance to be paidin

4th of \lgu July at he towards their aipointt-d Agents. ihe purchase is less that $-2000 notes wil be taken Improved McCarthy Gins;
Schirbraug proceeded not jtosilicrjy sick im'iorah.t, and young is about the same as of the product I
lie for the credit portion, pajablein one two ears, WARRANTED.A .
Midgyor t \\liich he reached the 3d and \
on with gay amused delighted. place per annum. As the American Cotton cnnsli. LEWIS &AMES, with interest at cent. per annum,and contracts
only IOOO men and 17 guns. He was joined owes much of its prosperity to the (enterprise tutes about four fifths of the entire cotton con. S"le Airenfs fo Talaha oe. exchanged deeds per to be delivered whn the payments YEAR'S experience Las given the subscriber ; _

here b)a corps from Ckrenburg, of 4000 and untiring energy of Mr.%! Daniel) the sumed by the manufacturers in England, the are completed.- On all purchases of $2000 a perfect knowledge of these Gins, and repea' ;
LuJ has showed him all the defects
I ted experiment not only
foot and 1200 horse with he DIED and upwards the deeds will be delivered in 20 days
proceeded and father of the dace. to manufacture the will
"lliel [ keeps a I capital requiicd same ,but has enabled him to overcome them. He
I towards Ilertnanstadt, and after a murderous I large Mock of goods, and drives a fine IJ i. : be about SI50,000,000;1 ) the product about At the reidence of hi* father in Gad len county, after the sale,,and bonds.in and one mortgazes and iwo taken for, with the believes that they are the best Rotter Gins in the
unc credit! pt1rtion years
battle: in the streets in that town in whichmany but he I on the2d inst., CORNELIUS 1.0'.1 son of Alex'r. payble world, and feels confident that they will give satisfaction
! ness ; is a bachelor, poor fellow, andas the sam It will i ilitis seen, t that t through interest at G; per annum.
i were killed and wounded he Lun', .q.,in Ihe 10th) ) of)his age, from a wound this is unincurr.bered. to any one disposed to try them. ,
he has year of
was ob. resisted} the smuiks of t'e' faire ofFlorida's the combination of British h capital and skill, The whole property I them
I: ligcd to retreat. Subsequently lie fair i've is I .of the received from I the"accidental charge r a gun. is a part of the I Forbes' Purchase." belonging Owing to increased labor and eipnse on j 9 R|
was overtaken : daughters, n notion to write 150,000,000( produce out cotton the subscriber is compelled to raise the price to one
by Gen. Luders, and routed with great to Albany and} get a ** gal" or I two of our town for which the American planter receives but Thenubject of this notice had in youth exhibited Ihe Apalachicola from the Spanish Land Company.Government The, confirmed title is derived by- hundred dollars. J. M. JARROT. t

loss. These unfortunate r suits had a very to comedown and look about twice at him, if 833,000,000 ; and that alter taking ott! the those rat; ,of character, which in Ihe young give the Supreme Couit of the United Slares.and a Patent Qiiincy August 11,131 31-&w -
dispiriting efT-ct the Maygar it is show material the of promi! of a virtuous and useful life and fill the the the United
upon troops, ma. only to him that he can be caught. raw amount wealth ere. Iherefor i issued to proprietors by

fly of whom threw away their arms, and The! cotton crop ()this State will lie at least ated by the British cotton mills, is the net hearts of relations and friends with pleasant antici- States. The usual Trustees deed will begiven to the CHARLES H. BUNTING;

sought refuge in the \oo, while others went one third &hort. Of this I am satisfied from bum of$11 iOOnooo. I palion(for I lie future, when the unerring shaft struck purchasers.Maps may. he had at the Office of the Company, D1NTDST, I

over to their conquerors.. observation, 8 well as the information of Now let us estimates the amount of capitalthe him d\l at I he very threshold of manhood. While No. :35 Wall- street, or they will be forwarded by his professional sefvicci to the c;':>er.3 "

Accounts from Vienna, by wa of Warsaw, merchants and planters. GIOltJ American cotton planter wi have to invest living be fled the relation of son, brother, and lai upon application to the subscribe, at said of OFFERS Florida. 'He wilt! attend wit': (:?*- 4 ;

state that the Hungarian Diet,)having surrendered August 29th. 184 O. to produce the. bame companion, with the virtues belonging to each, and from whom may be obtained any further infcrinaiiofl patch to anv calls that may be made upon hirr. and '

its to the Germ C-mfede. Allowing about 200 pounds to be the his sudden departure has left a void which the lapt that may be desired. perform, wif 1 h care and skill all operations enlru-*-_
pro. New York,. 1519. ed to him. His prices will be as moderate and liberal
ration dissolved ituelf. }From the Columbia (JS' C.) Telegraph. of time heal, but cannot till. But though he prI27
A meeting afterwards duct of an acre, it would require about 2,500 may t as they can be made,,consistently.; His! residence
took place, near Fread, between Georgy, MANUFACTURES AT THE I SOUTH. 000 acres lo produce it, which we will estimate \\.0'called suddenly away, we mourn not 3 lho.sexho 09-:: The above sale is postponed to the tenth of at present', is Quincy","hero mmumcation3

Item, and Cossuth; when it was determined Mr. Editor-My attention has lately been at an average cost of $15 per acre, making have no hope, sinco he trusted in Him who i is: October next, at the JOS same DEL.hour and FJELD place., ) will be received by him,and immediately attended to

at once to (put an end to the war as sanguinary directed to a controversy which seems to be about 87,500,000.() To produce this, able to save. to the utmost, all who put their trustin [sgnedj] LEWIS CURTIS S T rlstees, ,. UEVEUENCE" 8(1Hon. ,

and useless. Georgy, addressing the Coun. carried on with considerable zeal, between it wiltaIe at the rate of 2,000( pounds per Him- G. Sept., ISW, 35-3w CHARLES W. DOWNING. Tallahassee.Gen. .

cil, said he had no hopes for the cause of Hun. one of your cotcmporaries and yourself on the I 250,000() slaves, at $500 each, C. H. DuPONT,. Dr. DAVIDSON. ".
gary, and that but ruin would expediency and of the South the value of the slaves about $125 Notice. Col. W.T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. SHIELDS; ,
utter practicability be
nothing; at.teid nriking : The following gentlemen will supportedfor R. F:. GIBSON. Esr<]., Rev, J. PHELPS, > *1 1J
the prolongation of the struggle. The enteiing into the scheme of manufacturing. 000,000. Thus the land and slaves together, CObmi"siolcr for Leon county at the SIX months after date,the undersigned will apply Mr. THOMAS II. IIODGKISS. Quincy. <
war party, however, headed by Cossuth and Without wishing to enter into a controversy with other necessary items, such as farming election in October neM,viz Col. J. J. MAX- letters the of Hon dismission Judge of from Probate the 'for Estate of Countyfor Arthur August It, Ig-19. 31-331 !J

Hem, and leading members of the Diet, ad. wilh any one, I merely pror oe a an utensils, mules, horses, cotton gins, buildings WELL, JNO. SHEPPARD, JAMES WILLIS and Burney, sen. deceased.

journed the body to .\uror. It is said they humble individual to give my opinion, being ic., would exceed the turn 8170,000,000. WILLIAM S. MUtRA Y. MANY VOTERS. JOHN S. HART, Ex'r. J. L. SHIELDS, M. D. 3. s. BOND, M.Drs. D'. -

have already entered upon Turkish territory. at the same fully sensible of my uler.inabi.. In making a comparison in the matter, the September 8, 1S40.. 35mNotce.

Georgy surrendeied himseli I to Prince i I ty of doing foil justice to a question case stands thus : The planter invests $170,. fjrj- EDWARD M. WET, Esq will be supported SHIELDS & BOND

PAhkewitch, on condition that he would inter. tal importance.One 000,000 to produce about 835,000,000 at the ensuing election for the office ol County H AVING suciated themselves together in the

cede with the Austrian Government, for him. thing must however be admitted at the worth of cotton ; the British manufacturers Commissioner, by MANY VOTERS. 9 BARRELS Thomalon Lime? practice of Medicine, Surgery, fee., ofter thei _

self, his troops, and, his country. Thenum.. very outset, that public opinion at the South employ a capital 0150,000,000, and produces -- ---------------- .1o Kentucky Bagging Bagging, services inconntfy.to the citizens of QuincV and the surru1n : j

berof troop* said to have capitulated with him has undergon a considerable change wiihin' about $115,000,000 worth of goods, Q3 WE are authorized and requested to announce Gunny Hemp Rope, Salt&c., QuincyAuguit 11, 15-19. 3!

were 27,000, with CO pieces of artillery. the last few years, and, that the long cherished' after having paid for the raw material.So Col. JOHN MILTON a; a candidate for Major Gene. For dale by McNAUGHT ORMOND.

Vienna letters of the 11th state that Kos. doubts and projudices have given away to a : much for the productiveness of British ral ofhl 1st Division .'. M., at the election on the Newport, Sept. 5, 1511)1 ). 35 For Sale at Cost > 9

BUth intends holding out to the last, and has more general conviction, that the South will I capital in manufacturing American cotton, frt Monday in October next.friends C) SKTTS MILL IRONS, of i.Ju; very best > 11_ _

issued a (proclamation announcing the transfer be greatly benefited by manufacturing herself and American capital in pro-ducing it. : -;"JE of General L ThOMPSON Leon Academy. / qualify each Sett consisting of Wheel Crank

of the Seat Government from Fread to Or. a portion of her own cotton in fabrics for Again. The British manufacturers employ announce Him as candidate for Majo.Gpnera of the r nilE exercises ot the Male Department of this InJ. complete/with 1 10 inch, 1 11 inih.and 1 12 inch

chova, where he i now protected by the home consumption, in the place sending it about 540,000- operatives. To work up the .irlt Division ['lurid.Militia at the election on the on.Monday atituti, the for 21th the ensuing of Fepfenibcr.year. will Charges commence as Saw sweep Sash., Piltman For Irons furlhef Stirrup particular and* Guide ppij to Rods for j

Hungarian army. entirely abroad. i American cotton, it will take about four-tlfihs first Monday in October next. heretofore. McNAUGHT ORMOND Newport, or .

The Russian papers publish a letter from Already we see cotton Factories springing ofihat number, say 432,000 hands ; divide ------ For any further information please cnqmreof G. S. KING & CO., St. Jiarks Milfc.

prince Paskewitch to the Czar, in which he up[ in every direction-towns and villages : I the above 8115,000,000 among them and they THE friends ol Brig. Gen. A. K. ALLLkYN P. R.. BAKER, -.B. Newport, August 4, IS-tO- 30-Iw

K JB that Hungary is at the feet of un.I'erial .' I are built; up, which are ent'rely supported by will have 260 dolar as the value of product announe him a* a candidate for Major General of the TallabasseeSPt. 1, 949. 3 1-3w '

Majesty. The J turffenli transmitted you the spinning jennies and the loom ; many : per hand ; tlo net receipst $35,000-: ,. 1st Divisio. M,, at the approaching election on ( Medical Notice. .

their power Georgey, and he has made an .persons not oth -rvvise employed have found : 000 among 250,000, hands, you wilt have [41 1st Monday in October next. MANY VOTR! Notice.JI H. G. WIRT, M. D. J. !.. CALL,-M.: If. .

unconditional surrender to Russia employment euch establish. dollars hand for it, less by 122 WK and reijifesied to announce seek, after date, I will me arp1ication to RS. WIRT Jfc CALL have associated themselvesinth "
and his ; per 33-: are P
profitable ant IrouCng .u1 hori'ta ii tie lion. Judge or rrotate! for JefTersifl ciiunty, practice of MedieineSurery&c... aui
mmple will be generally followed. mentsvh'en properly managed, have proved dollars per Inn'n in the pro. Col. ALFRED A. FfSHEti as'a candidate for i-e-e fo TAtters of Adfl'usnistratiofl on the Estate' 1,1 'art'ar offer their services to the public.

It 11 in some that excellent} iftvebffnerit.If duction of th e aiticlo'j than 'n realized) ot [ (he deceased. JOn SM ITII. Store,Monjiccllo.Florida.
L reported quarters Gtor.y a most ; I lection to the office S rif.t'A'n' Cou1iTy,
a:I'ro\c' c trace (lie came of die presiioii of manufacturing it. ) ensuing etcctToR in Octo&cr It t. ; ::, IS W. 33 August 5/lE4. 3 ly 4 _


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Session of 1S19--50. Is PUBLISHED EVERY ATCREA1.TEHMS Notice. A mis fcr tt.* panw' ( i ,r r *,, "ffrd Wltj, bait

Middle Circuit cf Florida. 'T'lIC next Cour ecf LECTURES will bacornJL SIX months after date, the undersizned, executor 1% tt i ii P Trwo,.rd. *,,4 a'e bi. M1 t toit

of Lewis Saunder 'p' npra.. tu ii. Lsr. 'r..n a.v.4 ,
nit-need on the FIRST MONDAY in ?4vtmb : the l3t will) and teUincnt -
4 Leon County Circuit Covrt.-In Chaacrry.Ajt.vi Ieceast d late Leon will fcU SPiULP! ( ?XU.VR. 'nii.s;. .;e. Th. .
rr, and continue until the first of March folliwing.FACULTY. if in advance. > of n 'inty, present ,
DOIJ paid ,
MACIA TBAOETVEti, ri J.*urs D. TRAOETTILL THREE %RS per annum, final accounn and voucher* to the Hon. Jnd e cl a wtr. sad .ytr *s; bni wu atuery a 1t.r ,
inontfrf.FOCR .
THREE AND A HALF, if paid within si* ?cwl4LC&II and ibc !'iSa. Trt .
Administrator cf William Tradewi.ll.T Leon Probate Coi.rt. a-jd ask to be discharged. beair. .he bC of Dr (
: GEORGE M- NEWTON M. D, Professor of Anatornv DoL.tns it not paid until the end cf the}ear.Q3 LEWIS: M. SAUNDKRS, Executor. i,. 'r4a1ai r'.2i .r Wti1 fee t* a.t. Tj,
to the Court nn the affdarit of comr -
: aartearm? and Dean ol the Facuhy. e.* .. ptk: at )' a aid ,.,
II'ct1'ii of Slate Aerator.A plain's1 ts Seliritor iat the defendant in tlifaboe These teias will be rigidly adhered to, and JuI21.1Sti! 2S-6rn prct.a
L. A. DUG AS. M. D Professor csi Phynolciy and BCJfCLVKinlf CRIrn.'StL CLD t'r. jw'
VACANCY hatine '
State Senator miheTvrriftli I Sewatotial District, the S"a'ei S'tjth Carolit K M Onitrrd, That the Pathological Anatomy. \I |paid. an! sat the ontmn ol the p-iblishers Soh. Notice. *. k .iet 03 it tie TUJ Dr's like art*. !u fnily co gipi4

; (.Jcc1.ioeJ bv the' reipn!'! "T' of the Hon. Jiet aid deiesdant appear and an
i-trv and Pharrrzcv.I : i Month after date I shall to the Uon. I'raaia, I .V,.... .*. .Va r, c .
oidcr tor IheP apply
Wattt 5fl. ,
l B. : Jt itJttreitff OrJrr4, Thai an election be bill on or before the first day r.f De'eembernetotI> to1lar-iN month at 1 Every SIX

.. .! e1d In ,iid Dimict on Mfndtv, the 6ifl dy ol Oc- erwwe! the same iraj be taken yro fwfftto. And if I I. P. GARVJN, M. D. Professor of Tberapentie per ..il! of this c.Minl> must be acrrrapaturd w.th of Probite in and fur the County of Lena, I

tcttt fiext, to 621 nid vacancy. U further Ordfrtd. That lhi tustip<-rx r hli.hrd in and M teria Medica. the cash, unices the order cotnes through any of cur for icy discharge from the admini trat ir hip> upon j
L. D- FORD, M. D. Pio essor of the Institutes and in the State.APVEKTI5BMEXTS the Jt, chattels, and eate of Thomas t F,
Given inder inc hand, and the grwtSmloffhs riwMir-er frinffd in the MirlHle Circuit ot f reguLarly authorized agents got '
Practice MtJicir.e. .
R'ate of norida.vt the Florida for ft-urrr> n1f' ** fi ri ibrr4 hl l hn'. et dcceae. ROBERT BUTLER, Adn/r. I
JOSEPH A. EVE M D Profer'r of Obstetrics
: J Ctnttol, in th* Cit of Tallaht ."e. THOMAS BALTZELL. Judze. Match 21, 1549. 12-Cm
and Disea.e cf Women and Children.
Hii foor'li dty of Aopntt, A. D, July 1'ih. 1c-E.. tx*
Professor of the \ttll b inserted the rate of One Dollar *
PAUL F. EVE M. D Principles at per quareof
l i9tnd ef Afflricn liidependencetlEl A Attest D.McTtAFNVCI k.Julj .
triuecopc. : awl Prac'ireof! urrer* twelve lines for tPe list. aid flits cents reach Notice.SIX :: Ei
.. Iie74tb vest'. : 21.1-549 -2S ByJ. B Krr.xD C.
\7. D. IKKELCY, H. F. CAMPBELL, MD.., Demonstrator of Anale- so'xeqnent i insertion A reisonable' deducti inn week aftT date I will make application to ; ., 9

wUtt Governor ol Florida. tn% will he made on I.iral l notices, e-tatenoticr >early lion. J adze of Probate for Madison Connty

.. C.:W. DowKtXfJ, Sec. of State. In Middle Judicial Circuit ofF!orida.Gaisdea ROBERT CAMPBELL, M. D, As.is'ant Demon notices without' alteration, by persons having tor letters ot Administratit on the Estate el John -

4Pgit 4, 15I830 [Sent.3 County.-To Fall 7Vrrn, 1549. strator. regular accounts with the offie-p. J. Uoyce decensed. JOHN C. McGEIlEE. t
A Cour of Leci tires noon Medicrl I Jurisprudence ill announcements ol( candidates for office nvcDOLI.R May 21, 19-UK 21-Cw '
: Robert L. Edmonds } Suit b* a"3chn>er.t for the will be dehvereJ {>> Pn.fe-sorGRVTv. The FJC- -invariably in advance. No at'entFon

General Orders. r*. > *um '4 f 7-.y 20. tAlly will endeavr'r tc<> snake their instiaction as de.for will !be paid to any order tor announcement,unlcsaceornpaiied '

tIECLT1VE 1)EAILflSEWT, ? Hezekiah Smith. ) B.d in -l3oO. mu'tIraTice as with the ca *h.Ml Notice.11X .
: 1p
TatJakatttt, July 25, 1S49A ) THE defendant and al! other persons interested, Reniiite. Graduation as heretofore. religious marriage, end obituary notices published Month* after 'ate, I srll l! apply to the Ilr.n. ip

K H.ECTION i faerebx Ordered lo be ht-ld in hereby notified nfikt l inritutjonol the abuve Board mane obtained at train $13 to @17 per gi-atuito'i-Iy ; hut editorial ru-tires for private L) Judge f.f Probate t r the County ot Jefferson tor .

J\-lteFourtn iirijtiHe ot 1 "Florida Militia, on the suit by atTirbtr.f.t, us d are require to a:>j ear and month, every thing inrluded. benefit, will be charged as advertisements. ia1tcrs of diimnit4rn as Executor o( Esther } orne- .4'i: '

first .1Gt4W in October next, at the pUces pj oiiit.ed !pIed to the drxrJjrMion :".; d Herein within the The tee for the entire coarse of Lectures incl'i-! "av, late of -,'id C< nn!> deceased. (
OLD!) !1)) !{ J\W( TOAVNSEXD
,' by liw tor the eiertion of County OtScer. for a time prescribed* lav I Iat.4 Jtt; 1tb. )154s !i'tv hospital Ticket, a'e Sl R. ?Matricui! JOB WO1K. JOSHUA TAYLOR. Sent., Exccotor. .. ,

Erigiiiet General tolisl the act.cy occatioiied InIte P. W. WHIFE, Pjff.' Any. t-ket, (nneeonlv,) $'). Practical Anaturuj, (In b.> Job Wr.rk such March 24, ISJf. I25uaNotice. TMf: It..;! 'I. -' >\ KIIlr si. .
We well execute ,
,teignation of Gen t'hatIe.] t?>rne. July21.! IM9. & I tdketi only.) L are psep'red (:ttuIi' To'vn'cn Straii.riIIa.E,1 .
card-shlank*. pamphlet &< neatness
bills -
Alto a o Elertn.a ih -rtbj Ordered tobeb I and depaJch. Ail work ot thi- description .1 .' r. ; 'I1 'O ein' 'r. '.ns ..,.
the Thud Brigjdo ?< Florira'Militta.a1) the time and In itt d to send to the Faculty, dining the cture e* know : i toe .->< Tiai.v.ii. />" *ai I'SCfiVI7.M ..1us'ui.v
f lCe above k| eciued, hi a frigsdK r G<'nrrsl * MIDDLE CIRCl'IT OF FLORIDA IX GADS- the office, nmt he paid for on -livery.. SIX J. lieinc IK* Wa* m't! a' limit ..tvtiicb
bylherizM ol <,e. SatnntRuioej! !. may require wireJcal operations, as provision ha e of Pr.>bat.- fi.r Gadsden Coooty for letters IMoir. ( y
it baa bern k1>t <>a: -.1 mttkrt t J.1e ,
Atto, au Elettni'i! i is hereliv Oid*>tedlo beheld in DEN CIRCriT COURT. !ten made fir their accommodation whilst undt ofdirniion from the administration of the estate of ute-tos U> those only who) h ul tir ,erf itrth. ,,4 ,,n.e ,

f be Cavalry fieiriment ol the Second IJngade, F"nda! Ti.e Hraicn <>f th Rink <.f ILal) trta'ment.Bv For New York. James 11 Gibaun, decease t* -%: ItliimM ha.I reeehad utre rnr nf mnnjLmrp aevr.ae.n

Militia, on the fir$ Motid y in Ottobei nt-xi. at the State ol! AJab.-.n.a, Ciuqd't., order ofthe Ioard. R. E. GIBSOX, Adm'r. (*r,i>n* wb a.'td brKin f "nml>rr >i
places spool D ted b> lw lor the election of C<>unttO r*. 4;. M. NEWTON, Daru ; March !0, 1SJ9. 10-6m Anm ileuth, po.im'd HEALING POWER.siur4tiL1

&oer*. lo fill hi> raranry occasioned b) the retig.cation Re'j7ritl C. We.t, Ant.a,, .t IS. ..Lfi'p Cnnmnf. nj'- JP'.JM ag.. that iw hJ ny hin k.' ,.i., ,,

if C(1. S4Th0t4 S. Spencer.: den Ct.unH, a-ui fr-ajfiuv adiut. Bill! to forerlnte Notice. sIIi rvwrwnw 1Pk44 ani'V wbKh w..aH Iwthrn ..

Officer* rornraanrlmif Biiff d.--*. Ilesitneni, nsttni.loftf on th" E-ta'<- ol JaUff Irtw-rar- Medical Department MMe! ,tdiast.5e U, aitfl; .4 1e D-.s V .s,4 -
( tortge.
LiXmonti after dteI shall apply to the lion. a 'Jst'.: z. .wr : int4 ua v.FI .i, .1't'iuIp ..
end C lmpal.iec, u a iuii t Li State are 1 r rb\ it\ Jw'd J >ha F. Inr.narttj. Cf IhffipdfB SidnfT Ccllese, Ricbia nd, Va.T rphIF. RlL.R: L'NE OF PACKET between Li Jtwlsie of prtihite. for the county ol Jffrer*> ,for ifl1ws wuu4 tie kna .d ajir.catei. To. lsni. Bat connr
t'equied t> into eCect tin* Order: %% iiiu thtof -
r-jrry Wi.iiata .
P 1 IniK
I SaBtMgo Ihe nre < 'Iflie4
i hitE then rpectivecnena4.. lnnt'triL4'wu'arij.\V. Mi* and HE twelfth! annu*! cout e of Lt-rl'ire; il th! < L New Vuik aid St Maik nd NtTjrt, v.ill 1 letters of.Iisrni3sisn! as administratrix de boots Ron (JR..i.vt uirt'n) .?Xf) t'.vrF..Ffl 1''ITP lIZ

tV. fJ WELtX, GorernJ1y : i > jr j JL iWitation will ajmi.re on Mt t..yOiurr ci'f.tnt-tice ru-i'uii: .-f the <'pefliri. tf ti t fill trade, with the will annexed, ot Jt-remi-ili Johnson late ot roamtSctored on tb* Ucr-it Kale,six! is cn'inl hr LM.. rn
IICf: :
25 2'-5"" ) iuiir. 1)eerulav.is.' JlJ, l Jl aid l co'iltnuc until the irud.ile ot &:rchR. arid c.-nMn-i n'ni'1'!",'if the e-ntue ver, viz: said c >unt* decked. MARY S. JOHNSON. s sJ wit the teagth and bremlMi f the anrf. epc.a.i, u il t* '-..u..lof

j IT BEING MDE TO APPEAR h* af-davit filed | UrtV'.M;< AI.LA J'-'eln Mj'-ter rff Ct, t Tlh I a3& 1 1 itttmtrntfinn nr d.enonDon.
rroon or April
j '
'Seni--e1.! Rptibuu. Nt.w atiJ Ocala .'irgi i A I.. BOH ANNAN, M. D, Prole-f.r ('I| Obsetrifs t'.ti. yoanz ?. f i'.ien4'.t imyrote wxi tj m4wrMf
in tn* *i f>, t!, t John FInt tr.>! i'j rtide !>e- CM. ILL A Tiitn do. ,
,, ,,,
v.-tH t'i* abore utitil the J%tbiib 4titherind r&d and Di i'e \\"i.nieu ai.duldren.. e bflt *1? r.be: nnetti |
i \r>nd thelimj'sfi! nie *tti 4 f I'ioua.! tw wi?, in the I Itac LfTY, H.! rrtr, do. tc priiei.* b'* *ci-ste nm. The krabes inewnjs; Jh41i..rV.
tibe Office of Senviar* of Sat. L. W.CHAMBERLVNE M. D.j'roft'ssor4Ma- |
to .l ltam- : Ut % iiam P. hinctitiu re- SUWANNEE Clark do. new,) and Ihe !aK-"t i!1ftVfV'*s 01 th* art hat. 'ti.'tf'W21. .
li-ira Mfdsca and TherapniUc SW rurBUifioa in the minif-cta'p of tos tfl4 I hr.
months after date 1 will apply to the Hon.
I *;d s < -i' )e tne MitJ-511 Circuit t-f Florida tn wit "
inj WACI SA. do.? SIX '
EzscalirsFT Dartzett ) M. D. Prtrfe-soruf Perry, (new.) ar.ent.rIta. s"h. ir ii we:! kit..o io
thc City of Permrota in ih State of f Florida that S. MAITP1N, Chemistf < of Prubife l hr Leon CT unfy, for Letters of ,
Ta/Ivite, July 27 14' j ; ; These Burs are built in the most substantial man- ( fjeormt *isivbicH narv pnroei. p4fhui
.tjro lnnriity rfide b. on<1 the lirtnisot the Pharmacy.CiiARLE Dismiisittn from the adtnuustnition ot the estate ot tr* in-fl*>r u.e*!. ani .ftrx whieb .? ffi's<*ii tft prepurfn -
IIF.REBY} ORDERED That those"person > tor tii is trade and commanded
IS tier espresil by
: BKLL GIBH\, M. D, Prr.fefci ofSurteiy ; Norborne T. Ta*lor ckc. U. B. BRADFORD. ; il f.f n*?, fiTmiiit*fFmtntttv* *3<1 g.i. i bcb i. IB-
1te: of Florida, tn Wit; in the Inland of Cuba that ,
J, who hail b* app int *d bj the **cral Jude ofProJwt ; and Surgical .rntctny.CARTER careful and eperiencid i Captains. Freight and pass.t'zeat ruoui; tD y-t.fn .4 e pu etus '.1 ,* *
of thw Sta'e 1n( ;> t"ra of Eiertiorst to be Jdc;% i is W. Binor and Itshie Minor reside be>ond P. JOHNSON M. D. Professor of the luwc-s raffs. Apnt- April It, 1-54J 13 1 ire ,>, is'&ue. snt they ecttnlv evwpvrtse aad ire Ij1 J it*
the !Jirr.ii-! the iateof Floridat cit, in the State ttnt- wror4uoia. (,loty are k .i fl.itTt.d b; s s'.seJz css4.b
field focCounn Officers on Monday the fir-t Hai of ; COE, ANDERSON & CO.
r.invaod Psul5 ,, prmsfciase .
> M..re.
v. Notice. & flV evp.n.t'rid 'L' 'vet.1e4CV.aML.LeprcI4.
ktubefta4wt.vh2t! alsact ail-'tsfthee.. ) k ( Vituiiia : It ut tiifrr-fvre Oidrrrt/, That the DAVID H. TLVKKK M. D- Professor ol Id Beaver street, New York- WO.t1 flv .il'in .*i..r. .'r '.

tioM for Offic. ot ttf F. jr.'iii Mi'itit, ordered to *311 nsr<>d '1e-ndafit fai a*:'d ai. wer the bill and Practice- ol,Mtdione.A JOHN DENHAM.MeNAUGHT SIX! Months after date, the? undersigned will apply :, : n. Biwer beat are the very ,,,.ritagi refer, : t i -. ia.
I tOxrrlsir.t: luedther.-In, within thetinies !limited Hon. ,I.': whlrH ie b> it r : .u viioe.Anr .
be beld on **id 6M M T dj> < f On;\* r E. PETICOLAS M.D. Demonstrator ofKnati fc OR3TOND, the Judze of Pr bate for Leon County ; .. ..
: t h-1: re* ertivejj. ?tat! i io the said John p.on oin sict .tr flq n> ',,' tbextqa..i. grt a.titrk eow.t
W. 1). MO c rrs ns tfri :h e mntfuinid. m.bti
F. In< ttrmLf .% i V t Mi'r.and hi..lrie! Wmr.r. < Estate of John Smith dccea-cd late of slid Abffi th'o .
7S19. l* Newport, August 12,1M 4 crunt *fl e..a nen 'r..ii (5 ,4
wi.n! the l perid i.f Jrtir n.-riths fr-im ihednten ] The :h3enm. Apparatus and illustration fcr the !*>. [*. wij ir .,i .. '
J- All the pape-r-s in I Vf -' viiU i 1 Cf.py !hi* rr- j PATRICK SMITH, Administrator. > m t* < -n-t rhn e il! u S %RS
Lave "
Art till 1st Octor, ai.'J sr t.'i' iii.., tu t I he UJic ol tJ.e the firt f'Ubhfal in rf tlnf rtdier; the said William ,f dfmons.tiator ldtiotr dej and arttnent recently complete.nienniif The* THE WAKLLLA HOTEL March )KM 510. IOmN1ce. afllp.P.ti.i.v l k-,.wfi a EXTKM.r* !) /f V Hl'f. B .i orb 19 not l&4
P. Iiiti inauy are now very .
Secrcttr* of StateProcbnaton rirt tv vviti.inthe) }p-Tfd of tv riitinlhs : and GEi'DiE OLD DR. JACOB TO.VNSENDSSAR&APARILLA.
the ajJ Sthliag4 Inn i'Iin t jCihtics tor Pr.ictsc-i! Aoatt.mv are un urpa>*d |
entity w th* period J of *istnonlhs AT NEWPORT SPRINGS, FLA. .

by the Governor.A ot in deat t', -rt-fl ihe :d till of cctnpt3 The CiitiJpal advantage* are fully comrftei j'e hOTEL I hs btn onplefed and Z l'iii i* 'o.prev'if4. th,l (i'l t5e nBnrtita pe..ver. .. .f the tr
-ilm-1 Ainsrn rjlHIS OIX BKinth 'affer date the derizneJ adminis-
with the wants (.1 lli l s'udent, and -s:'ecialy! ,
I j rfMH itn? tmc rrL.1Teefv t tibp (
ir.abe taken iins ci
d delen- i.
the desirable
tile to t i.c'se prej-arinf to prwtice at the St.fl.- I1b ii jw iire--it- lo piruie a | O trator tie bonis oust of (the estate ot Samuel acid itt uf fermcotal.rni. is exmctnt and reeet.u, tnenvrOwI.e
fi: inti, at and aU.-r thsevejal p'-iicds limited lo __ ____.. .
tJiace ct r --tit lor t t'.e ap'rr.arhiu.c; season. ui fwl.r: vir1u. is, a
: \\t-k Theua, late of t Leou deceased will p.ire
Ciii-Kd! Lccturon are given wice a 41 tirCilt'celfirniarv County, present
I tinrnns'tiv 1> in thUot!.;r. Pr rtjd< d,that this fshch is in irr.meafi'! cuni- 1 I It is ii'it to -peak o! the- advantage tuerivfd hi- accounts arid richer to the IFon. Court of Probate goon aiul tbos it .4ft-1'A.fr.t i >nc"paelet4 loam: arvy .4 ID ivo
: ] ? -
( I <-r J.r t be j ubli! *.< >} once a week for the! bum of four able' acd he'rIn: 'r'.pert.sPrep.irej IH th.s wt>. ,t i> oioiie Ijo
licin the vx-tttr' iid batii'r thos who j '
theCoifeae and week in Ihefijfh1j :; by ; t | for Leon ( ..nnt. ar.d) ak for final settlement
; tv with ,) t>r I Vi't'Jtbs, and at the p\;< ration of tl e said term efl | ti. The of the
\have trt-'i.nt'd e Sprina- \irtnes
i w*>nd Alms Ho *e. In the* 'iltitions thidi- and discharge rum Lis aid administration. of inmtiuprnblo lieae
l hjnt< months, thfti r in S.
ejsfi nrrurnii2 iiin rractice are met 9 it i
I !h ft rna of two munlf in a newsija cr p'ihlis.led 5 it< tim,' by III-TT, wtunea .na hililfB. We Scd
tlse f ntuacttc Ice Ho .t a
i ; :t tn-ritf> < trr.i-r :jsa ti jei ;
19 1lt. 20
May ,
aid iKi- -tudt-iit i -t ti rt
aI r nv i'ikofp* fiius ,v..n.frt* in *hi fnw offOJVur'JItrTIOJf.
the limits '
the Mid.lp'f"iicut
1kctIn ol of Florida.
of tiUVACANXV (1at'r. v.im
i u.llbcwdi fillfd with hilt desiraie article and a.11hz
.J htc'n.i'ta; aC'jUjiated with u heir types andlrcat ; PI SPrP*'.<, ami I trF.R ff>..vto'stTrrjrr.sg.
:; hir.i ILSltte r' C 2 i-it he O'TrP rf THOMAS BALTZELL, The ol Sarsiical ('pfratiarisL'loretfip (Jar-ltn near by. New 't tahKs are b -i'1 Notice. [ PJ.41.S1. :ii.it m RHF.lMTJ&.lf. .rCRfl L. '.
in* fier.aerry ;
Seatfor in a,.- V*' 'h Scne'oriel Jn.1ct Fe'.nn'y 2\ A D 1S19. Ju C. H. DcPoxT, S 1 1. lOt Compi't.I. claf>e >ther with the facilities tt r witnVri: jiiie IX months after date the m>der isfned, one of IhetO PLES, BUn'Tin <, T.J ai >trn-i ,n 'rv iminLMPrRITY
JCtaJ.Iotrj bt" ti ;t-- ition if ib- Hn. j jO. treatiiitnt til Surgical case., rendfis thiaioeoi'tin i cuafe! lto mke their stay at the Spnnspitasant.. i :: adminirmtnMotthe William S Then OF THE BLOOD.

E4ea Tray : / *. 1'( Oidtred, Tit ; New pott, MJJ i : J JiJ. ''-' iii '.,
) HARRts'i'rVrlGd4ea hot Schools of Pi< Jical Surcery. i iCn.B late of ceased will hU Itpos SiiiK rei' nslfi- -vmal! rnmyinjHTaTZfr' >:
I. R. Leonouttyd ,
accounts -
t'eetion be hi j in m.! Jyioj ; t n M- tdatL. :. Ci-niit Coort.B M .tricnlatio.1 Tickets of Pro- present 1I.kr.stia*. froua .kid&tt' 1 i* sogr. j; Xl 'eq' err..
t, Octobrt fleIt. to till R. C. Lr.sTtRDei utv Cl.-ik. ;rh- & thj G3O. II. BESTWICK |\ arid vouchers to the lion. Court ot Probate turn it.tern.'nnnn i'f'.i'.t '"the 'n.-cd, '- ':Mtaiinn V. :*- .
fii'ti PrrtiaJ .nitcmy IO, Cra&itin k O M feeracd hrto l4.coid cbjui, ta.. ll ,
r'.}; 3State Ll'dI County and a> tur a filial scttieuent and ds.char.e < < ; nn< l aev ovvrtfcr J.
kand aid 1 he {tn at :. .1 Fer Pi.V. Board, including fuel, lights, arj serv.jnt Wholesale! i Ketail & frovisiaii Dealer froci LisuJiJ adtnicintratir. bc n t it, )s a' .1 Cu.g.. ; *uiI e.apedt.mt'nn
Grottry < i iSLMCON
the State el Fiotida, at the Ca;>:t< LLlsL3 i .') *' attends e, ti-aj Iw oblj ind at : tbeCit t1 T.1lhie.tta 5h diq4 af Florida.-iMiddle Circuit. TALLAHA&JLE r L< R1DA. liii.. thiu.t :uid e eiBut > "tilt? .i.zt.
week. S. 3IAUPIN, M. r j } .
Pet May lt9. 20 i- r.'h ns i< .4 fC-i;:"IM more m.n.er.y seen 4-4 i c
LI. !SI", ar>d ot Sarsh M. Whiting, ) In Chancery in the Circuit Dan tit the Fat 'y. !i TEEP> constantly on hand. and for sale at the i iJ.V kioktd! than m all kinds and aii.t'e. <>f

Jndt4ndofr > the 7jth ear. e- > Conrt frrVakuia] C'cuit\on Angus: IS, 15lr>. 32- Iw lowest crfjit puce-, fur cashall The ariicler in j FEMALE COV1PJL1INTS.
i Administrator's Notice. ..
WILLIAM I). MO ELEy, ft I'orkt, *!nmpr tn ctof >' jr..i 'Mtf.t wi. F ": 'i
Fmnci lluslinest liuHesHourol be-t .
B. Wf.ri'jr. > flii filrd.T"T : ) qualities, S&nzar, ,

Attest : Governor of Florid appearing to theti; .f< ctien of tlje CourtthatJ. University of .Louisiana. Coffee Tea1Kac<.n H.n.s. Soap.CaitdIt-9, Nuts, Hal i| OIX months afterdate 1 shall t re ent my account \ ,Ijr M St..stb.tt>. O5qtr rne'.iru'ti vL p.-fi SlrvA..4., --id tne t Pgn.f..2.ice ad.V' ".i-'.&Itei.cCeci.-

C, tv. Dowjftsc, Secrtlary nf &tate.isly .. the DcfeuddUt -ir'.,. Lard, Whiskey, and all other articlti 'i'nally i O rpi> at K'a.v !>:t'o"i.By .
Franris B. Whitnf.; -ides in MnDir\iDcrAnT ENT-ctRsE: OF 181J.MO.ri .
s. l444. 2r'-lOw found in similar e-tablishments. All want- 1 Probate for GaiUdcn C'.u'.lv fr t final wtll' menfi reitk m; uotrirtM.n5. rrsu.n thfImi l 5er'I .v
3. Sentinel.) Repnbli'-an and New*, Jack onvil> Tsaone of the Stafes( ot the United Sttti. id wit ijE L'-rtures in tln'itufi"n! will coniienriJL persons J i i: riTt niend stien-in tu tie wb, e bnJv nod ui-t*
1 iitrf to purchase aui ot the abote artkle-*, are res1IH a'd diachar t ir< in t tiie! ad&utn-cration cf t the estate cUl1 t'rnu ofcn

t'dLuI3 tit] 11 O'tobtr, at.d ' s.er., ori MONDAY, lilh Nuie-mbtr, and cctiii.ue- cMuiSv iiiv n t d to call and price tl.eru! before ha) ? 'Archibald BhH dec ; and also. a settlement ami : (illS dieic ant! ilt-bilitr.

CeQfSecTeary Ftc. four months. f iiij; elaewher |I1 final discharge as Athnmis'ralnr. itn the dower allotted and *hir'< prevnrtk <>r ;r v. s >in r: r nr .i.'r nt': .!
Tt al a hearing of the farts charged io aid hill be .,
and set !to Margaret Mackdec. widow a. pfd 'rras.si. J'g' h.vc!, $4.II
FACULTY. Store Iwrrnerlv iwl hy L. &. II- Greentxrg I apart as
had tIne 1r4 M in S recur ,. .,
PROCLkMATiONJvTnEGuvE1L'o1t. vn < <5ay pten.ber net at NewPort r'.c F.: Ctt '.r se.. &:.
& Co.corner nt| Mcnroeand Jefferson streets. ot said Archibald Black, dec., late e>t said < ount%. j .
in the <-cun>> \VakuHaat which time said Thenry and Practice, JAMFS Josr, M D.i clPiE"* the :;*- tivpr! rti> hetfthnctinn. V'r'lta.
Ma\ 12, 1519. IAGroceries E. S. S11EPARD, Admr. an 5ive ..d c.t'osn.m tp1.vr tb.' .
defendant nay apm-ar and plrad or aisw rto and i Snnrry, WARREN STOKFM! D. .
Aprinth, I4 14 | Ktrpor; 'Bit emmipiiiH'B. ii l av' mftunnKi.ti.. pu-i.w, :ce ,un.
defend a ainM said hill dml U it furilur ordird, I Cheini.4rc, J. L. RIDDIL, M D. .. __ __ _ equaJi e* the rirrul.itiue ft in- sn.xt. {
That a copy of Itus, otdcr he published in some one Q,1ctric: and diseases ot ) .. n 6.c. equally over the b. Jr. Tit the iiuew.b ?'erit.l.9. -
A. II. CEXAs d. 1. : Just Received taics a. swirtnres *ixi .
t nn.ve< >il i.i'iriict..n. s.J
of the in tins Ciicuit Wome-n and Chiidrta. J 1 DAGS RIO COFFEE
printed <
ne-wsspapc'is once a j in !2Tirate t&e ent.rf net,. u, s-.sum. U r.-it:1! ..
wee-k, for at leat tl.ice tnontlm.THOAUS Anatotnv, A. J. WCPJ>FKBCBS, M. D. 1 :J S do. St. Domingo do. A T LEWIS &. AMES Dm:; Store, a fresh sopplvJ."JL. The cicdtdne TCIJ prf-cniaently ierd ?

1dtcrit Medica and r- ? 5 do. White Java do. New and Valuable M.dee-among which
CALTZELL Judge. : ..
: <;, A. N ,, Cut cin m .l'! then. th r be "ii! of; P. T''wn.udi ,nIe-
Election of State Senators. I14. 3 do. Brown da. do. are the full : Th.. .
Newport, Way 12 piutic 2 A\tug glut art e r T mnr i i i;until t n1 t > i*

VACANCY hatui!" orrntnd% I in the ofiice of A true copj : GEO. I.. HRYANT, CU rk. Pb.sii.hgy and Patljologj T io>. Hc>TM. D, 2 BbU. crushed ngar, SPENCER'S VEGF.TAF.T.T PILLS AND RES- COMPARED WITH T1IZ OLD PR'S.

A June 2. 1MU. 22 Demonstrator ol ? i 2 Bo\es Loaf do. TOKTiVi: LMTTERS befstL'ii;, FVCi. ti .tl tte ne LNL.lPlBLS
State ,
Senator in t tin- eighth, Senatorial District, y. R LEMON.IER. M. > of b1Ea&wuAro's. p',4NEVER
by the dr-ath of t lion, J-ITMS II T. L'liitnrr, and in A Kilou\: ) j f M hc-n Putter, Box, and Pine Apr le Cheese, Snpe- xcrrpd for. arid tcill fttre. Dt.psia, Liver Complaint SPOILS.

the thirteenth Senatorial diftnrt! hj the rcsigna"-' State FlorIIa. --Monroe County. Clinical instructions will be given daily Ly the t [" rif.r F. mil> Flour, Cider and White Wine Vine- ; Piles, A-rofnij. Jn"dice-ad all kindred white the "thert&tn Dtj. : f.ntitwn't Vsb.tti

lion of I Hon, J. P. Saiidnvm, Uo. in tli fiftwnth$ Smith Mow iy } Prfers in the cxte-n-ive wards of the harit% air,Codfish, Henine, Chocolate, Candies, Sauces, di< eus! re.utit4 hum a diaordared steoacb or Un- .. .ns,t invt t4IU4 :'the i.'iu'. ic i.u.4 IIN.'
Iiu><>iUl and in the Ampithatru. Pickles Almonds Figs Tuhle Salt iic. &c. blt.s.d.! an of
Senatorial d-tn t h CltMCERY. pure
the Loois.Mdricn pv.
i )1| Urn. t tDR. ,
_ _ > r< :: ) f he PIHJOMHU tu the .\-eii,, JtaS ft ictd nl a
: It in butty Ordtrnl, 'i hat an election he Joseph Luwton. ) The tarilities ofl're.1 i.r t! e stitdv of Poetical I Received per brig Suwannw and for sale by HULL'S! XVORM LOZENGES. rjftfn air-vjy attemtd iri/4 in:.dVh%; cau'. !hv.i.e1n& Diii

Anatomy a>id operative Sui. trj are \erj ; MrNAl'GHT &. ORMOND. The afest effectual and act ? !>' n r B!.: all know that when 6if J
held in said districts on Monday, the first day cf October appeannirto me In all'd-nit that Joseph Lawton, jreal { not plea ant nreparafion > t'>ur> ta onr SUHUaeb

riext, to fill said vacanrie*. IT delendant in t lielull tiled in the ;i'xn' e cause, rcstdes subjects being furnished (ice ol charge. j Newport, March 1'J' l''>. 10 before the public, for the eradication ot U'ozji", in tatM.n* whit dl she mivhi be-.rt. bierctiu; it pn-.lut.e-s,'a,n':.f.ti-.rrnm--tnepee., heanDGra.teatrT! paipi-to, c.

Given under niv hand, and the r-a1nf t-ut < .; \Aoit is ffrotwi but aa amibnn

- the State of Florida, at the Capitol // jAr Onhrtil, That stil defendant appear and anxwvr Tirket of teach Pmfwsor, \\l-t l 00Tirktt Thomas Jeff. Heir, HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, :.'r in the in)ly 7 lYe it pZ.'il.t-4 \l! the l''n..n i hinj

ftE.AL j in the City of Tallahassee, this 2f>ti3a the said hill w ithin the lime prescribed hv law, for Practical Anatomy, l' '") ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Will pRC.rE.vr Consumption, and! CCRE all! cases of tri vipM.- ( on Whit J:iiipu-iaiof#v rtinis.! :be Sn.n.Krrp'c.d Mun.tleod.and S.lt a'l rtrf0flC Rhenm Fr.WterBtt -

(i }' of June, A. I). ISJ'.J, and 73d otherwise il shall lie taken |>n> contend. // 1* further Mjtneuljiion lee, 5 \TlLL practice in the Cue lit Ccuit in each I Colds. Asthma, Spitting ot Blood, Pain. in the Side, anil riwrnnl It is nutn c? nmler h* tr r't nvciJ

Jtrar of Araei ican Indi'pmdenre. Jrdtrtd, That a copy ol this order be publihd Diploma lee, 30) OuNo t-f the Midd.e ('irc iii. Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmoaan Cotn- snbclnrce. wu.cn sours. ami It.i. SIXUK all the fu and the
t'iiuiuty i .
in >ur IV ,
or na. hat ttu c> hhcuntati u t bz.t a innS nr
W. D. MOSELCY.: : in Butne utewlap.r printed in the Stutc- of Florida charge for attendance on the Hospital.GUTA ;> "ne C.turt and Unittd! St nt. inJ he

MJes1 : A. 1', 11w.tSii'. State. once a month loi nine months. VL'S A. XOTT, M. D., )ean, fal1t'z.-t'c. -ALSO- here imt tinj "DI| taSborn; tae dffiicaie tissues IUEfl wn.cail
jrir1a Ills P LANTASTm OIL HULL'S PEVEll AND AGUC PILLS act* # > of nrrvoin dsi.i,. of of tn. .. ::1!' TI ie florid Seatin, Il< pub"iran, !few Orleans, July 30;, I1'49. :Mt-2; Montitello, January 29, IS 15. 2SW. ir.uar.rv j
I chru
Jatkiona'fllc: rt'ws. Ocali Arctif, t>ublish to day of \\VMMar-h 2'A. D. IM'J. JudgeSo.Cir. Well known as a Sife. Orfain, and Effectual Care CfraujrtJ taman nature.anuna. .ind nearly a.1 th uiiueuu wtmr fl.O

.itci&n. snd forward Accounts to otfice ot Sccrereta- THOU. F'. Kir,, S..1. foi Comp, Fresh Groceries. S. DII.W-ORTH,] [CARAWM Siiiru for F'ever and Asrue, Chills and Fever, Intermittent Now u it BUI enmhie to nit aadteil, aaJ 'asra, jr ss.
,1 of E131e. A tiuecopj lioni tl.r' niiiiutp*! : i and allother Fevers. Price reduced to Seeenty-Jice iGu ii.
"I UST receiving from Xw Y'-jk and New OJeali4, SOL !. .:\G rFRAIET.'TlNG. "
iL..tFN Cents
Jan 30. 1 49.KXECUTIVE. Qf. \v. C. M\LONr.YOrk. : fl1Lr.FJ, j per
,/ lull and choice Grocetics.ititjf .
a-'iortrnr-nl if
April 1 14. 15 Bv R. I.. ll1"E*, U. C. a c'sn- Th.above Medicine, fie>h and genuine are for OF S. P. TCAV.VSEXD.
> n p.irt of B c .n I ll.iiiH, : DKJAUTMINT: 7T sal- LEWIS
by Jk AMES
l No. 1 and i, <'d'sdlc! -, Flour, Coffi-e, Towniil. dent,arr'gin.d srfiifaritta, IS anrif iWITATIO'4
rf.r1v.Th *
County.Sil.i Laid, lhacn, T 'a-, Alrr.oridCandi.- For certificate of recommendation, and other information lle\t ttirfi.it, ihit ue "ro'iI; r.en'; in an artic'e! wh.chfceir .nhi
1 1MI 27.
F. Bui ne\ In Attachment. leaii" Su ar, &c.-which I offei lois t tr cash July the the ntoit di-t-nireirnth,. n t>. t'. P. r. wr enu'irtutt
A >'c-lectioa K hereby ordered to be held in the concerning above Medicines,see future
vs. SSum hworti to !?SO 4S-KX. State reijo\fd next door tn John U'. Archie's. ami whwh should boar u-w o nixin ihr Od IT.s j-*> t mooataiwIworf
/x firbt Divuion MEDICAL NOTICE. adverti' cments, and pamphlets, which be obtained of .
cube Tlorida Militia! on the first JOHN may cnrnptaiin Bit cr mio.itions t'niutau no have M>M,
Isaac MclOUCLL.
Monday in October next,at the places appointed by Hntto. ) Uond 111 $10J( OU.rl of the Agents. i iMirrh and nurrhtsetj wno have used ?. P.Towaen.f,F'EI.ILTIMWe
June 0. 1 I'l!(*. ','1
law lor the cl.etjon! Coui.tv% Onic -r*. (for a Major J IE defendant and all ( thris inlcreste l are here. Dr. Charles T. Darby IS. )S.JQ .S wish tt cnder<&wit. becaa uh.z
J it .s the attm'tte iri.L.
General to command said Diti iontc> fill the varan* bv notified ot tin institution nl the above t.'iit, MILLER 6t BROKAWrLivciv S. P. TuwBsend* article and Old Li?. J, rob Tnvnent's Ssrs.tnnlla -

cy occasioned by the resignation ol Gen. William and required to appear and plead to the declaration RESPECTFULLY announces to t the public in jcn- Drugs, Medicines, &c. ( are hepe-z.L* ap..ri. t u.S tA*
lb iley. filed then'in, within (Ihe time pre fril>ed h\ law. Zl7r\ & Sale Stable ) )pcruiantntU located himself in they are unl.ka 13 every pirt-cuSar. h.iviu;not one sBla thin;
Montict-Uo Florida and will he ua foTMiton.S. .
; found at all lines,
And an election i hereby crii.n'd) to be held in V/ALKEU i. G1VVNN, EDWARD DARNARD, JR., S. P.
Towosenii Ia no i2nctnr. antt e.vr w*', 1 Ii Dl)
LLL unit- roff ionally engageil. Strict attention will
TAi.LAiIA'EE, > >
the second May 20, 1 %49. 21 Alt* V fur I'l'ff. CIeflh&.l,
Immtun BO
of the llt/rida Uilitin, on the TT.S received, by the late arrivalIr. -", a potntinrewtstknows no more of medicine or db-
i: '.uh.'crshtrs ha'e moved l their fir < < I he paid to all pro sional calls. eale than ar.j other fl3JkflMfl, nntcicnntte. man.what .
first Monday of Octotx-r tiext.at the filncre appoint up < -pr t-t'.f [J h adlilum to hii tocfc of GEN- j nnprutVisinani
J brick Si !lito! aiid take thia intoiin May .I, isl'. 1 *> gwnmttt rtn tV i -it.ic: h-tve that there receivms agenn.ne
-d t lavT the elect F1rida TrIiddlc : !>, t iluiiit\I -

jorGent-ral to rommatid said l/itisiMin, to fill the CADSDKN; : ClirCL'lT I hs'i ir I trieiids and I tlir public generally ot I tin- SIMON TOWI.E. _: which are ot goodqudlity, law for ('a.It..si arbc.es: tfM-d in preparing it. and which are incniMMe ol ebantr
3IB1O s
COURT.Airlubold D. PAI'V.
fact Brine lhanklul toi the I lilxial tlievlidve wh.rb mi-lu nadei tlwin
I the <
% acancy occasioned by thejcsixiiatjon cl Gen JaraetG. ;palronauf : han.i .1 leniT.il osaortuie-nt ot the luiluw4 be-iltb j\t.E.VTi of t.eie.-iea4: o
McPhaltcr, ( iitr- ) heretofore received. the) tolirit contunanceol TOWLE 6c PAPY
> a
Cooper. whit li irrantul Iii
dun Thomas | :4, are w genuine, viz : 1 Wh.LiephflflT4! r*etnecfrj frum one hi. kn.iws muh
\VilUu .
Officera commanding flrigadc. Regtinentii.DzttaK ATTACHMENT : the salte, and pUd e tbenint'1'ta to spare ft pain- llourk's Panecr.i Ruwan.l's ins- ClIfliC2'Vy| of nied.cme d '
.illorucys ami Counsellor at Law Improved) Tonic Mix- or -tease l! reJ'Iiri\ < a (*rmof
ton and Companies within the Staleare hereby required tt. ( Sum aworni to jl 110. tot the accommodation ot tho-.e who rna p.iir<)iii.ethem. t'ir Wi-tar's Hai-iani! of Wild Cherry, Rrandre-th's s.>.in CJtfIflC t> CIKIi ni.J v. rv. up fvi. t 1'.PMM..'n decent
locarr> iutocficct (this order within the'lim- Juhn Johnson. j Then Stables au- situated on Wasriii tonS T.TAY1NG formed an asjociahon Jor the Practice Pills, Shertnzn's Celebrated Cathaiiic weai How ninrh more .m|>nri>nt Ito that ihe,*rsi.n who nuatifocti.re
: i. -f-idatit: and all otheM inte-rchte-d will lake iI. ol Law will attend the several Courts if the Camphor nuMiriue, ii5iciied I>TWiUK
jtIf f Uieirrt-p J. note ol the commencement of this suit Middle Circuit i.t! Florida and the District Court > ESrr.E3LID SYSTEMS,
according to law. hy at- lor coinfr.it and cotuernei.re, lhe> cannot he bur- > in shiiil.l)
aiur well the
: Ague Rcit'tTy, Lurenia Cord i.i) n.e't.c.: pV'q'trt.e1| ot plants the b't
W. I) MOSTLEY.c taclitneiit, and appear arid (.lead to the derlaialion filed liaed bv an\ .Slabit's! in the Southern country. ti the U. S jt TaIkiliace. All business entrusted( Thompson's Eve Wafer McMunns Elixir Mi.uinrr it *f of
3: All the papers in thE Stale publish until day in this caw- J II. F. GIUSO.X, NoviiiiUr IS 1M< IS to their c.ire will receive proini) t attention. Sands TurnerFever Opium, atM>au exens.r l:.t>* .cite) .f: ihe vinni'J ease* v,hich alftet
oft-leclion. May iy. IM9 20 Ally ol I'lfT. C3Ofliiein the Capitol. Striaparitln, and Asae; PilU, the human n iln ,*n.! n-iw to 34.a.i| w-roedin tn thve diieoaei'tt
: 'IMer's ditto, (><.1t1'Jn'- Biuirus and AntiDyspepticPills b> rrre l imtitU u j<> '.,f un.urtuaate. u> |lhUF balm Into
June 30 1S10. LEWIS &. AMES 1'thrtmar3 17, Pl't '. 7BURGES& wnuniieiibiiniat .
20. Deck w ith.'s Anti-D\speptic PilLs, Peters' andSpencer's >t> ti> k.niil.- -, : in Lbs Icj.a.r.cg tmsuni. lo
ICE ICE I r Uie h-it.th and bloom and ,..r r. th crn heil and bn'-
IALIIC.S: : IN iii Pills, and i js Asjent tor S. P. Townsend's kea and : bnih mnrinit Cat H.U Li.J) tL'IIl 'n>W .NSE.Mha >
THE GALPIN HOUSE. I I'tGCLAR: "IP'| | |> of tbisiksirahle atticle ill DRUGS) MEDICINES: PAINTS, OILS, G0n ., celebrated Sariaparilla in quart bottles, at 1 per 1IS* tOL'GU uoi IUI M> tl.e orp*ramy and mean w bring

NIVN.tSSVILLfl i: 1I I, t) U IDA.AaV ol LI next be kept week.at the Those Kul; Road wishuii,Depot) ; the in article the course will Toilet .Utieles! Perfumery.' &r, Window,! Glass 11 CCi'iIl( Fov\Minliii2 & CommissionDealers bottle.pine Citric'tlsu or, superior fonton Lemon Acid, Svrup far preferable, prepared fW from the 'i Grant! Universal Concentrated

THE public are iiiJornied (hat the u GALiiiim pirate P\I>TI:Hi- IuittliIs AMI COI.OR1, lvi rr, \ sick, than that '
; procure I heir Ticket at the Ding Store of E11ARNAIU or ordinary use usually sold, London .
JJLJrJLrX1J Mithm the rearh.ant t> U ko.e4S!
>e i.f J it.that
U )3 all who
- i;;: r'N "ou<* "* nw 01)1 tied lor the ieceition| ), Jn. let- will lit deim] at the Rail it lo ( (' $ ( ln'. ; u., Porter, &c., &c. tiy .n>iv Ictrn IMI) Hn.iiii j \m' <;>e.'irni-e it*nef
1. 1 m.of Jloarders and Traveller and Road 1 I llCaljo\e I coUr-Iaiitlv nn )hand, anu lor sale at t the --.'Ls'O- '
June '
lbt.ylet ma\ JJcpot until 7 o'cl
asfure-d thcte will be no pains upared in making Jelietrtd wilfmtit Tickiti._.jtiwms wihhiii the article low e-ist uuiket prices. in Western Produce,

them comlnrtablc an tar as in the power of the Projuietor w i" pleafce take notice of thit. The de-- LF.W1S: fc AMES. \f\ IJARREI PRIME PORK, Sold wholesale ant! retail l>v

todu no. Hivtitables are new and in fh>l lnvrd at the Ue-pol, u 'J cent* per lb. Tickelb price t lor Talahnteo! November 20, IS.17. IS Feb. 3 1SI' G-2 Pojdras 5 Street, New Orleans. JLvy 5 i casks bacon Shoulders, THOMPSON. SKILLMAN & CO.,
rate older; and a fust rate oilier always in atle-D- 5 HIM. will be issued.A 5u bhl. St. Loui and Western Flour, lOi Nassau street, New York.
dance. Confectionery and Dakcry. 5 Sack Rio ("oflVe,
small: u'ply| of Ic-ewill heat E. P.arnardV
N. U. Private aparlmcnts alwaya1rniahi.d for la- when- Ticket fur 5 !lbs. will ptocuie-I Iln.) Ice. : l I UON would u.lt.im In* Iriends and GKO. W. UUTCI1INS Li. 'iorsot' all kinds. Jnt received and for sale br And by LEWIS & AMLS, *

die,. Jio M GALPIN; Thoue wanting l le in large quantiU, for pat ties, HEiNRY I geiie-ullv I ll.ut lie li.is on hand, and AUCTIONEER CEO. II. UESTW1CK. Agents, Tallahassee.

Newnaruville.June 23, ISl'J.-25 Proprietor. &c., will please bend their onlets, lo Mr. Nash, alIhe isroiiMaiitl ly inariufacl unrig, CANDIES of all kind*, Tallahassee, June 12, I is l'. April 21S49.y

Depottwo or three (li}* before i it t wdl I I be cal- &uclat : T.1LL1lLl.ssJl;, .b'L..l.

1JCLS. St. LouiI1onr ledlur.Ki I thai il i.he hand if pr.ITF.RMlNT Just Received
C)4 tn< at pus-iiMc. LEMON DROPS.) Rnfr'Eir: TO Blacksnilthing.G .

#.._s'-il 2rJbbI" Cincinnatti Flour, 'I7ejis iitijaI Di/iol in uttirjioit, whcreit can CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY, Me-srs. II. I'OND, J. W. ARGYLE, D. C. WII>O.N, nr.R SCHR. TALLAHASSEE, a large and fresh 100D substantial, and cheap Dlacksruitningof

fO4)J 3'J lbs.lhcon Wbukey Side, he dimmed. LAIn.Tallaiaec in any (jtinntiu by applying to Mr.DAMFI. wiimiiGiiirN: 1IOARI10UND: : UAIJLUY CA.NDY, F'. II. FI.ACG.T. J. Hon oN and J. 'F. AKCIII.K. .1_ supply ol hii ir-cured Harn*, plain llaun, Rice, all kinds done at the Shop near my Stable, occupied

; March 10 Ibl'J.) 10I.auil Flour, liacoti Sides Lard: &c. All of
which will be last by Miller &. Drokaw.
:0>Jlb Shotildera ) year
June 2 And others
1S19. 22 variom among them several that are soul at the lowest rates for cash
only. Sib. FISHER-
very January 20,1 3 A. A.
'I SOJ Ibs. Hams. Tor Sale low
ti by useful lot cold andcoujrhsand i* prepared tomar.ulaclure Tor hale, C.EO. H. LESTWICK

S. .S. KX1CIIT. S. S. KNICJIIT any, and all kinds that be ordered both ,
may Corner of Monroe
-, July7lh, 1S19. 27 wholesale and rttail.He Jl 11.1 HE CUA.VL'E and Jellcrson streets. S. S. Enight

\Wholesale L Retail Kroecr & Provision Dealer, H also ;prepjred to carry on Raking in all its fn HE land known aslhe "Overstreet Tract," 9 May 12, ISI'J. 19 WILL continue business at hi old stand, *r

Notice.SIX TALLAJIASSLI:, I'LOHIut. brandies, from the plain Loaf of Jiitad, to Ihe mot JJ. miles north rifTallaha-o-ec) near the Thomas- Great hopeto wait OH such ot his friend* as

Month after date, I shall apply in the Judge : : hand fX'juisi'e' CaLis and Pits. Pat tics and t lie public yule toad, adjoining Gov. Hranch's plantation, containing Bargains--Real Estate. heretofore extended so liberal) a pitrcna., fr'1111' *'
Probates of Leon County lor a final settlement KEEPS advance ('H on cost, loi, cash offers all for the sale at a can alwa> sbc accommodated by givint* timely notice 7 or bOO acres. \Vill he sold low, and on T %VILL sell my plantation, CIO acres, one mile log that all shall have stood articles fair prices-

of my account* as administrate! of I the Estates ard ailicle* in his line. Flours of Mand- at the Bakery and Conlrctionar) on J Hron street, sal isl'actory terms lo one wishing to purchase. For _L Nnrth of f Tallchas-iee. finely watered, more than April -JS.1SI9. 17

of Jesse Townsend and Daniel Townscnd deceased, -Sugai ColWs Tea, Bacon approved I Hams Pork qualitio oprosile the .Jiiction lloomof Jl. //. HtHu, Jlnfj.t lull her particulars apply to E Harnard Tallahassee, one half bonding) in timber, rich hamm >ckat $f.OD

and for a final discharge horn the adininUtration cf Soap, Candlrx.) Laid, and all similar, article-b, Tallahas er-.Dtc. 16. IMS. 22 or DANIEL LADD, New Port. per acre. Also, my house and lots in Tallahassee, PureSulphateofQuinine.T .
these estates. AU inlc-ieMed will lake Jan. 13, 1S49. 2 tf for J1..1W.7') iwM-One third hundred ana
persons notice get her with Fruits, Irilt Potatoes, Onions, Nuts balance in LIE subscribers have on hand two

accordingly. Raisin, Figs, Almonds, and allot hei arlicleiujually, Spring and Summer ClothingT' Liverpool Salt. two equal annual inslallinenti, from 1st January, iiI ty ounces of Sulphate of" Quinine, b'rh '"'

J BE.VJAMIN MANNING, Adm'r. found I in bimil.n cMahlishmcntti. I4tItK V STII.I..tIAN are now receiving a tSr's); JOHN P.DuVAL. h.ve obtained direct Irom the rnar.utactorers a

CO James T. Atelier. l>j i ii my A Kent lo attend Store next door above (G. II. Meginniss*, on Monroe C small, hut select assoilment ol SPRING ANI> RECEIVED: )per Schooner Lucy BlakeCOO Sacks Rel Air, May 5, IS 10. is they will warrant it to be a superior artii'lfU'c _
: to all niatlrr0 connected with the administration Salt. For sale a''d .J' '
of street. SIJMMF.R CLOTHING, logtlhe-r with a lew aill- hy luve enlarged our stock of Pru2

thctfee tatcj. 'a U. M. Apiil2S, 16J9. 17 Jy des, biic h at JOHN DENHAM. Tin cines by recent anival-, and are prepared 'It .

July 25, l19. 2D-",mFloui Jt'llts, Drop l'Ite, Newport, 31s| March 1519.Picklcd Manufactory. ordt r-. lot articles in our line, at wholes*!* or re |
( .rslizncrcttes, Ia rbeliles, Jc.SuiIiIle n engaged additinnnl workmen, we are on the most accommodating term .
UST riTeived from New Orleans., NefT'n Sugar Tobaccos Mullet. prepared to fill all ord.-rs in cur line in a We hive also due to< us ,ia
to manufacture. and lo l he (Jispo ed i.f fort a few acconnt yet
I I Cured Sjdt n and Shoulders, (a n-w aiticlo,) Su> IT'LL Minply riianulHCtuu-d, Tobaccos prompt and sali lactor> manner All orders fmni small amo
ASH and CASH ONLY modi year t't. They generally in
A at
just re- 'rate profit.and) ; ; A HAIIUELS No. 1 PICKLED: MULLET: the
gar Cured lUuiii <" Obla &, |Nu talc tyJow' i r. i' -d uii> for i;.I li 4 livM invite heir old of roiinlry will receive immediate alleiition. -\ but tt the whole could be paid shcrtlv, ItWOUS' "
wouldoidi.dly I Itictids and ciuloinei fJ\J the first catch, and in fine order liberal discount
MuDUUGALL."I K-\I (,11T & OKMONO. call uiid given to men h.mN and dt-.it.). .- fit sums which
j July 7, IS:10 27 Ne-Wjio'l Mart'li ifj, IMD. 10 Match ORMOND. T WIJITK&f'O. LKWIS: & ..UIEb.April .
17,1510. II Newport November Y l lSb.
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