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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: October 6, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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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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MiSOEl IL AIM @ could require. At length Aurora's father came assured that the curate and his niece, rora: much improved by adversity, and hare }.'0 the Columbus (Ga.J j Democrat. *Iut EttchiiciTY.. There is "flat

a little fete in tbe country, of which I despising my mean condition, had: been the t lasted, a'degree happiness with her suchas A CHAPTER ON TUILMPS.' fish found on the shores of the Mediterraneanwhich

THE MARRIAGE : evidently hero. A moment occurred, in urgent advisers of the step Aurora had ta- no penitence for.my past offences could ev.er has been known for hundreds of years. c
which, thoughtless of all but my love, threw ken. I hastened to Lyons, where the affair make me _deserving of. One only incident Don't t talk to me about planting Turnips," to give benumbing shocks In any one whit
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TAU OF AND ;
A T ttitinrc myself a suiter at her feet. She heard me had now created a great sensation. I J Jived in my history after my reconciliation wilh Au. says many an old Farmer! "Have I no' handles it. It is named Torpedo, and when,

Those of readers-who have ., modest dignity, while a tear of joy, which unknown, however and obscure and saw only rora seems t to te'worthy of attention., I took planted 'them these thirty years ?" 'Vei if is dissected there are (foUnd two honeycomb ,=

[ our beautiful for a moment her fine eyes, convinced the engravers, who, notwithstanding the my son and her with me to Paris, but at the I how much do you make per acre ?" organs in near the head on each side, and
acted, or have read, that Bulwer that pride was not the only emotion which base plot which they had through me effected i same time, seeing it to be my wife's wish bless me, I only plant a little cow.pen patch occupy 'the i whole thickness of the fish from _

ma of Sir"Edward Lytton fartberthan, her heart,-yes, I discovered that I were men of not ungenerous dispositions. I bought n email country houso for her near just enough to keep the niggers in reens." breast to back. They consist of f a mas of
ol Lyons, need look no beloved I II As they had driven me out of my Jormer Lyons. Sometimes we spent a few weeks But on what do you feed your milk cows, roundish columns that appear upright when ,

ing ketch for its foundation.] was impostor, but heaven is my wit. means of livelihood, I conceived myself at there, and on one occasion she invited me to your sheep and your stock-hogs through the the! fish lies flat. These columns are supposed -

in -of those I deceived her not without remorse. In liberty to accept a. sum which they offeredme go down with her to be present at a fete for winter months ]1" Why the sheep shif to be gahanic piles which in the.aggre
I was born one presence I remembered nothing but her-( to enter into trade with. They advisedme which she had mad preparations. Wbo pretty much for themselves, the cows gate make an electric charge. As.many as
of \ i
situated in the neighborhood ; but in the stillness of solitude, sophistry how to dispose of it at once, and I laid it were our guests The ten engravers who were the' Range' until the feed gives out, and then eleven hundred and eighty-two columns bare'

in the couth of France. My\ father! passion disappeared, )leaving a dreadful out in a way which speedily and without troll},- the original cause of all that had passed! It was we give them a little cotton APed." Cot been found in a large fish, and nerves

, many a fruitiest effort to raise in before me. When I associated Ie to me, augmented it greatly. Meanwhile, indeed a day of pride to me, when I heard Au. ton seed you might as well feed them on colum, and are distributed tboughout rmtfeach il ,i
indigence. His last resource idea of Aurora with the miserable fate the father of Aurora had made every prepar- rora thank them for the happiness which, under cotton rags; they arc perfectly indigestible fine filaments.

I f arose from the exercise of a talent was soon to fall upon her, when I fig. ation for annulling the marriage. This the agency of a wonder-working Providence to the stomach, and the only nourishment. The back of a torpedo Is positive and the, it'

Lad acquired in his youth,the that to myselfher delicate hands employed in could only be done by publicly detailing the they had been the means of conferringupon from them is the oil that they contain, and belly negative, and the electric currents pass' II '
I mending. This, too, was the coarsest nourishment, I shrunk treachery which had been practised. Never, her. then you rob your land of one of its best manures through the body between the'breast and back.

I i fcssioii; which I was destined to with horror, or started up covered with perhaps was court house more crowded than in thus misapplying your cottonseed, On touching either, side of the animal, a nhoctt! J

ing endowed by nature with quick I cold perspiration. But self love come to .hat of Lyons on the day on which the case ANECDOTE OF AVARICE. whereas, had you planted one, two, or, tbee is received, and by seizing itron both sides,, II t ta

i faculties, both of mind and body, I aid, and I thought, if she truly loved me, was heard. Aurora herself appeared, and Avarice, says the author of Rellgio Jlrcdic acres in the Rutabaga and Red top, your table more intense shock !Is felt ; and after receiT- r

skillful in m} trade, and having an might yet be happy. I would devote my riveted the eyes of all present, not to speak of seems to me not so much of a vice, a would be supplied with one of,the healthiest ing the first, tbe charge: accumulates'and discharges

,I spirit, set off for Lyons, to I swore, to tbe task of strewing flowers my own. Unknown and unseen, I shrunk into plorable piece of madness ; and if he had added i, of vegetables, your cattle would be fat, your again, and a succession of twill
ling there. I was so far incurable his definition would have been milk and butter would suffer no diminution, sho
her path. But all my hopes, all my a corner like a guilty thing. The counselfur thus be given until the strength
became a great favorite with the cannot be told. Suffice it to say, that Aurora stated the case, and pleaded with perfect ; for an avaricious man is never to be either in quantity or quality, from grass feed. fish is exhausted. The electricity of the torpedo l

maids, who were my chief father believed me when I represented so much eloquence to draw tears from many cured unless by the same medicine which perhaps ing, and your sheep would be healthy and 'is of the same character a dischargeof t
whom looks and a
my good youth estates as being in Dauphiny, a distant eyes. No counsel arose for me, and Aurora, may cure a mad dog. The arguments well clothed with wool. The Rutabaga is small Leydenjars. It is capable of

ruy favor. \'; I would not allow a farthing of who merely sought a divorce, without desire of reason, philosophy, o religion, will have the best of all the turnip tribe for stock, it is magnetizing very iron and decomposing compounds, 1
One evening, however, as I was little effect he is born and framedto the sweetest, and ranks next to the carrot for
portion to be settled otherwise than ing to inflict that punishment which she might upon ; small scale. The use,of this voltaic is
home after my day's round, I was herself. So there was one baseness of easily hare brought down on the offenders, sordid love of money, which first appears its nutritive quality. It is wilh this turnip to on the a animal seems to be given to it for pie. ,

((well-dressed young men, who I was not guilty. We were married. would at once have gained 'her suit, had not when he i i" "IUY young, grows up with him, that England makes her fine beef her fine fence and offence. It launches its diminutive ,
a few pleasantries on my and increases in middle and when he is mutton, and her fine wool, and ibly the '
the altar, a shivering ran through all my one man arisen to speak for me. It vas one age p08 thunderbolts all creatures that approach
I answered in a style of old, and all his passions have subsided broadcloth back made upon ,
on was
a general trepidation seized my whole of the engravers, the one who had been refused wholly very your it.
that seemed to surprise and please -and I should hare infallibly sunk to as mentioned, by Aurora. He made a engrosses him. The greatest endowments of through English turnips Are you aware
saw: (hem look significantly at one hq mind, the abilities in of the in ? The Eelectric Eel, found in great numbersin
earth if a flood of tears had not come to brief pleading for me ; he praised my chnraccr greatest n profession orhe'alue turnip crop England -
and beared ouc of them say, relief. The silly crowd around mistook he showed and confessed how I had been and even the quiet possession of an im. more than the entire cotton crop of the the South American Swamps, is another

niHii." The words alarmed me, last cry of expiring virtue for an excess of tempted, and how I fell. At last he concluded rnense treaure, will never prevail against av- United States But that can't be possible, living galvanic battery Its shocks,are fat

were speedily! dispelled. jy addressing Aurora. Yes madam," said arice. That great captain, the Duke of Marl. you say ; yes, it is possible, as proven by the more formidable than those of the torpedo.-1

one, "you shall sup wilh us. W A fortnight after the marriage, as had been hp, the law may declare that you are not bro, when he was in the last stage of life, statistics of the two countries. The fine milk Men, horses and other animals are frequently

scheme which may do you good. by my employers, at whose mercy I his wife, but you tare been the wife of his boom. and very infirm, would walk from the public and butter, the fine fat cattle, and mutton and drowned in crossing some of the pools by bering ;

not agree to it we shall not harm )' I we started for Montclcmnrt\ my nnfoilu The contract may be annulled, and no room in Bath to his lodgings, in a cold dark wool, which England produces through her stunned from shocks by the electric eeL off

ask you to keep our" secret. Do not bride believing that we were going to a stain may rest upon )ou. But a stain maybe light t to save sixpence in chair hire. )If the turnip crop, yields her a greater annual revenue The electric eel is about five feet long and

'but come with us. Seeing all of different place. Several of the engravers cast t on another. Can you, will you throw Duke, who left at his death more than a mil- than does the cotton crop yield to the a yellow color, resembling some water ser

gentlemen in appearance, I did not themselves our attendants, disguised and the blot of illegitimacy upon one even more ion and a half sterlng. could have foreseenthit United States. In England and the northern penis. Its electrical structure is the same D

accept the offer. They conducted as courtiers to our magnificent equip innocent than yourself! !" The appeal was al wealth were to be inheri. States they are compelled to house their turnips that of the torpedo, but it is formed of thin
a number; of cross-strcets, and at ei a grandson of Lord Trevor's who to them from the winter frosts." plates, which lie,in the direction of its length,
The awful moment of exposure: arrived; understood, and was not made in vain. The my protect
a handsome house, in an apartment when it did come, it proved more terrible trembling Aurora exclaimed, -'No, no !" and had been one of his enemies, would he hare Here, in the South, we have not this trouble, and one end oftbe pile is at the head and the w
\ve found six other men, who ever I had anticipated. The engravers the tears f fell fast as she spoke. ht:1! KO careful to save sixpence for the sake but can pull them from the field, from time to other at the tail, hence its shocks are most

tare been waiting impatiently for the carriage be drawn before a mean of jis heir Not for the sake of his heir ; but time, as we wish to feed them, commencing powerful when the head and tail are broughtinto
The
up marriage not annulled-was
due-tors. A few explanatory was no he have saved in and the winter contact with another animal. In the
Sir September
miserable at the door of which always sixpence. continuing through
cottage longer sought to he annulled.: But while the ,
respecting; ; me, and soon Janes Lowthf after of silver until B-hold then the rivers of Africa there is also another electricfish
advantagesof
humble but venerable father. Now changing a piece Apri.
my contract (which I had with '
down signed my own called the Silurius Electrious, which has s
to
supper. Being young, in Coffee-house and in the
the awful disclosure. The de ,, George's paying even over England, production -
poor name, believed by them to be the
and light.lu.>arlPd, I gave: way to and surprised Aurora was handed out. of the family name t\\ pence for his dish of coffee, was helped in. of wool, and if you, Farmers, will very simple electric organs. It is somethinglike '
ment of the hour, and vented a Marquis de Rouperon) was declared to Iis chariot fir he then lame and adopt the method of England of an eel. and is eaten in Egypt. There
came they pulled off.their ( was very penning your
engravers up ; valid, it was also determined that Aurora i
pleasantries which seemed highly infirm,) and went borne sometime after he and feeding with cut throughthe are \"ariou electric fish besides these.
uises; and he whom Aurora had ,0 point. Mould remain unmolested the adventurer ; sheep, turnips
toy chance companions. But they ,)' refused, exclaimed to her, "No, madam, who had so far deceived her.by returned to the same coffee-house on purpose winter. no doubt your mutton would be as There is a great amount electricity pro. '
client and thoughtful ere long, and Every legal to the who it that she fine, fleece as heavy and another duced the interior of the human '
you have not been born or brought up for precaution was taken that I should have acquaint woman kept your important by processes
of them addressed me thus : "The no ball him had and demanded and branch of A would but how much tell, as only
none can
'en a ,
engraver; such a lot would have done too control over her or aff Afier this g halfpenny, profitable riculure body a
Gnus you see before you, said he, honor to A bellows-mender is htr rs e. 'another in exchange fur! it. Sir James thereby be opened to out people, withdrawinga small portion can appear in a free state on the
did
you. vent I not remain long in where I
"J ra\'ers and citizens of Lyons. Lyons, had about and portion of labor and that urfiice. As far the skin acquires a charge.t .
of you, and such is he whom you have heard name branded with in- 1 10,000 per annum, was at a capital now goes as
zood circumstances, and make a \ husband !" Trembling and boil my everywhere loss whom appoint his heir. I knew one to the over production of cotton Wake up is found to be positive, but the amount dif. ,
your famy. Master the I have related
by
..in living by our occupation. means Sir Thomas who lived Farmers, to and in- "different times and also in different ;
with rage, I would have replied, but the of a considerable I went to Paris. I Colby, at Kensington, your own your fer ,
sum,
asumed country'
attached another and -
to
one \' entered the coach, and like thehiftjng and was, I think, a commissioner in the Vic. interest person A development of positive electric- ,,
I
foreign entered
society, till love stepped in to a /ame. into busi- he killed himself in to be identified with health, vigor,
of a scene in the theatre, all our tualng.Ofce. by rising ity seems "
gran- and
Des, more to drown remembrance than
the street of St. Dominic there lives disappeared with them the night, when he was in avery THE IMMEDiATEADMISSION OF NEW MEXICO and freshness of body, for it is changed into :i
from
merchant, a wan of respectable any oilier cause, pursued it with an ar. profuse sweat, the effect of a medicine AND CALIFORNIA. negative by exertion, fatigue and cold.
Poor Aurora scarcely heard what had been dor which few have evinced in the like.cir A }
otherwise an ordinary personage. The truth had flashed her, and which. he had taken for that purpose, n nJ .- sudden fit of violent exertion will cover
however, a daughter, a creature upon cumstances. The wildest speculations were walking down stairs to look for the key of his We are glad to see our old ally, the Pal positive' imo me itegatitx "..ig,. __ l
sank back in Recollect that I
accomplishment,and endowed a swoon. those which attracted me most, and fortune Banner the insidious Mist infer that nutrition is constantly genera-'
every cellir, which he had inadvertently left on a metto denouncing mo'e.ment
considerable share of
but all whose amiable now acquired a favored me in a most remarkaLe! way. I be. hug Positive electricify.while exertion gener f t
table and of the admit New
ry grace : in his parlor ; he was apprehensive that: purpose Whigs to
and from late life. At
shaded by one defect-pride ) delicacy my cane the head of flourishing commercial and California the ates the negative. The juices of flesh or muscle .4
Mexico into Unionas
his servants might seize the key and rob him at once ;
cruel moment I trembled alike at the L
As of the house, and era five years have passed away, are constantly acid, while the blood circus '
pride. an example States. of this
way of a bottle of port wine. This man died in. The object extraordinary
I
of the I adored and
loosing woman had amassed considerable wealth. At times the arteries reins is alkaline
this feeling has led her to treat is have hitherto maintain hating through or
testrtc, and left more than 200,000 in the proposition as we
her restored life. I lavished
cverythln"I to
own that 11 myself paid my & seeing on however, the remembrance of my wife threw funds, which was shared five 'or six ed, to enable the Aministration to dodge the An acid and alkali, wilh a membrane" be. '
among
the most tender almost wished
and was approved of by ,her father, cares, yet me into fits anguish and despair. I dared day-lihorers who were his nearest relations.Sir Wilmot Proviso question, and to save the tween them, are capable of causing a current, n
those be She
birth and circumstances much their cares might unarailing. not think, nevertheless, of attempting to go NVilliam of Bedfordshire, who was Whig party from splitting. Their plan is to the acid being positive and the alkali nega 1
But what was the answer which \' d at length her senses, but the moment" near he;, until it chanced that I had it in my kinsman,Smyth when he was near was bring New Mexico and California into the live, so that the blood would from this cause ,
frenzied mine Monster she my seventy
girl herself gave to my suit ? Do and eye met became, insensible. power materially to serve a banker in Lyons, wholly deprived of his sight ; he was persuaded Union, with Constitutions made by Mexicans, have a negative charge ana the flesh a posi- r
air, that a young woman like me again who pressed me much to pay him a visit. After becouched by'I'ttylortheoculist, who by Indians, Foreigners and Northern Abolitionists tine charge. a
for nothing better than to be the profited by her condition to remove her from much uneasiness and anxiety, I resolvedto slaveholders from The effect of electricity on the t
sight of those who had gathered around, agreement, was to have sixty guineas if he re. excluding carrying animalsy.
"V accept the invitation. Once more I enter. their into that without waiting is much understood. 7
engraver stored his patient to degree of sight.- property country, tern not shok
her humble couch. any
to straw
Her great charms and her I place remained on beside an her until she ed Lyons, and on this occasion with an equipage Taylor succeed in his operations, and Sir the usual period and the usual course of have been successfully appJe'd for 'paralysis 4t
been equally felt by us all," opened which was not borrowed, .though as handsome William was able' to read and write without events. All other Territories have first hadTerritorial If from what has been discovered,'the ; 9
mine shrunk from her
speaker, "and we hold that she eyes first use; she made of speech was glance.-to inter. as my former one. My friend the banker the use of spectacles during the rest of hiS Governments established by Con body generates a surplus of positive, and the t l

slur both op us and our the broken exclamations of love shame on being questioned, told me that Aurora life ; but a! soon as the operation was performed gress, and after the lapse of sufficient time for earth negative electricity, and an absence'of' r l
therefore, hare resolved to show this l still lived in the convent, and was admired and Sir William perceived the good the accumulation of a respectable white pop the positive is injurious to the system, we have t
which fell from and to t
girl, that she has: not indeed been to remorse be left, alone for time.my The lips,niece of for reserved propriety of conduct, and for her effects of it, inst 'ad of being overjoyed, as any ulation from the old States, outnumbering the a strong argument for baring some non-onduc. n
( a
honor of being the wife of an of the however who unremitting attention to her child-her boy ; otter person would have been, he began to I Indians and Foreigners, then, and not till then, tin" substance between the feet and the earths, '

Now, will you, (addressing me) curate to be by, remained parish beside her, and but he told me that her father had just died lament the loss (as he called it) of his sixty have they been admitted as States. This This is !surely the reason why wet feet are so ?t ;
become the hubband a charmin leaving her almost dependent on the carl! )' guinens. His contrivance, therefore, now, was the case with Territories formed out injurious to health, at least to those who wear'
who, to attain perfection, wants I poor but young victim teemed o' my villainy of her, for she of the abhe8s. This recital excited in me was how to cheat the oculist : he pretended of the Louisiana Territory, with Florida, shoes, &c. while to the savage, who goesjarefoot .

her pride mortified and her vanity ? eighteen, : glad atten. most lively emotions. I took an opportunitysoon that he had only a glimmering, and could.see (Texas was governed, when admitted, by a thick homey non-conducting substance t.i;

*. Yes," answered I, spurred on by afterwards oi\'ihitingone of the engrave nothing perfectly ; for that reason tbe band. white men from the old States,) in fact with is formed on the soles of his feet, that ,

ment of the moment ; "I How shall I describe the horrible night ers, who scarcely knew me, changed as 1 was, on his eye was continued a month longer all the seventeen Stales;which have been ad. seems to say :: what art cannot achieve, nay>

you would have me do, and I will I then passed T It was not on my own but received rne warmly. I requested himto than age the usual time. By this means he obliged ded to the original thirteen.! ture can." i

such a maner that you shall have that I suffered and feared. She assemble the creditors of the father of Aurora Taylor to compound the bargain, and, acceptof The sole object of the wbigs in proposing RIIIhlm

to blush for your pupil." was in my thoughts. I dreaded above and to pay his debts, giving him funds twenty guineas ; for CO\"ctOUI man thinksno the extraordinary plan admitting New Mexico Authority for Dancing.-In a lift .
The three mouths that followed for my love was still predominant, to see for that purpose I. told him also to purchasesome method dishonest which n he may legally and California, with constitutions formed of Martin Luther, by ;M.S( Audin, an elegant

scene were wholly occupied with heart alienated whose tenderness was nee pieces of furniture which knew to be practice: to save his money. Sir Williamwas by a population incongruous in its materials, French writer, the following opinion of dancing -

for the part I was to perform. ary to my existence, to read coldness in prized b}Aurora. an old bachelor, at the time Taylor foreign in its origin, and a majority of it actually is given by the great Reformer : S i I'ff'Ji

strictest possible fcccresy, my eye on whose look my peace depended. Every hour of my stay in Lyons strengthened couched him, had a fair estate in land, and a hostile to the old States, and especially to I dancing sinful ? his disciples asked him
their best to transform me from a could it be otherwise ? Had I not basely, my desire to see my wife, and at leastto large sum of money in the stocks, and not peas the Southern Slates is to enable Southern IIe replied, Was not dancing allowed die ;

low s.menderinto a fine gentleman.! vilely darkened all the prospects of her life, fold my boy in my arms. The feeling been me than, JC3000 or JCGOOO in his house. But to Whig politicians to continue their fellowship Jews 1 I am not able' to say ; but one things r

'hair-dressers, &c., .brought my overwhelmed her with intolerable shame at length irresistible, and I revealed myself to conclude this artice'; all the dramatic writers and association with Northern Wilmot Proviso certain ; people dance now-a-days. Dan. I

fitting degree of refinement, while anguish ? That night was a punishment tbe banker, beseeching him to find some both modern, as well as the men and Abolitionists, as well as to save ring is a necessity of our stale, like dress with r

one or other of the engravers \' would almost have wiped out any les taking me to the convent. Hi* astonishment way. keenest and most elegant satirists, have exhausted Gen. Taylor,from being put to the test of vetoing women, and dinner supper. And, indeed '' to i iI

to the task of teaching me music sin. Frequently; it may be believed 1 to find in me the poor much-poken.of- their whole stock of wit to expose avarice or approving the Proviso. Either course, [ do not see how dancing can be prohibited. .

and other accomplishments ; and i to know how Aurora was. She was bellows-mender, was beyond description.- ; this is the chief subject of Horace's on his part, it is seen, would be fatal to Whig- If people commit sin, it is not the fault of the; '

furnished me with a disposition to they told me ; and, indeed, to my s.ur. Happily, however, he acquainted with the satires and epistles : and yet the character ofa gery. Southern men of any party, Whigsor dance, which does not offend against faithor
a retentive that she entered in the 'morning the Democrats (he immediate admission charily. Dance, then, my children: .
memory so my abbess, and assured me that it was easy for covetous man bath never yet been fully approve .
astonished at the progress of their where I was. She was pale but col. at least to obtain a sight of my wife. Ere JO an dra\l orufficently explained. The Eucho of New Mexico and California as States, Mind, though It was not I.tEtbo
I fell before her the and
of all else I felt the on ground, but it if '
Thoughtless hour passed away, my friend had taken, me \": of Moirre, and the we cannot regard as a cowardly, not said
in acqyiring these new rudiments of ., not. You have decived me, said there. I was introduced as a Parisian mer. Miser of Shad well, have been all exceeded a most corrupt surrender of Southern rights Dance aft night, mil
But the time when I : It is on your future conduct that and interests to Northern influence. The Till broad .'
came was chant, and beheld, with emotions unspeakable by some persons who have existed within my daylight
sensible, for the first time, of the forgiveness must depend. Do not take my wife seated in the convent parlor, own knowledge. If you could bestow on & Whig politicians have alway on every question And go home With the gals in the morning! R

of the task I had entered upon. of the authority you have usurped. with a lovely child asleep on her knee, in convcrsation man of this disposition the wealth of both the as far as they could! cheat the [Muscogcc Deoa. ,. Mi Pt

rates, at length; thought me perfect, niece of the curate has offered me an as. with her venerable friend. Aurora Indies, he would not have enough, because by people of the South into approving-surrendered .
character of the rich of sylum. There I wilt remain till this matter found the to the North. Except in the of Ben. of Mr. Clay' Servant l tri-1Ve '
Marquis twenty.three years of age, seemed to enough (if such a word is to be in case I Escape :
proprietor charge estates in be thought of calmly; me more lovely) than ever. I had purposely vocabulary of avarice) he always means something ton, among the Democrats, we hoe better I understand that a telegraphic communication (

installed in the first hotel in )" Alas, those were soothing but deceitful wrapped myself closely up, and she knew me more than he is posessed of. Crassus., thing I has[ been received from Mr. Clay;' by Mr.; ti

under this title that I presented m} ,"ord'itMn! a day or two after' this event not, though perceived an involuntary start who had a yearly revenue sufficient to main. It is very reasonable to calculate .that California Hodges, of the American, stating that on arriving "
in St. Dominie interval of which I in forming wild I if let alone and hurried into a State at Sanduhky, his servant Levi was nowhere ;
picture-dealer, spent when the first saw me, as if my presence re. tain'a'great army, perished, together with his. not ,
a few purchases from him, and hopes for the future, I received at once two 1 minded her of some once familiar object. I son, in endeavoring to add to,his fltore. In the i before she is in a state fit to be admitted into to be found. It is supposed that he was

to purchase more. AOer a little The first was from the engravers, could not speak; my friend maintained all fable of the Midas, the poet had exhibited a the old partnership, may become n slaveholding : either accidentally behind here, or has voluntarily ;,
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of this kind, he sent me word cause of my exultation and my fall. They the conversation. But, )the boy awoke. He complete character, if Midas, instead of re- country. ,The Cotton, Sugar and Gold escaped-the latter most probably. It ;
that he had received to that acquaintance: had be- mining would create a demand for will be recollected that he was once t
just a superb me "my saw strangers present, and descended from nouncing the gift which God had bestowed negroes. bfol .
of engravings from (Rome, and I ot in them a friendship for me ; that they his mother's knee. Looking at my friend on him, had chosen to die in tbe act of creating This the Northern Abo1tionistsdoubtt s t think induced to leave by the'ofe of 8300, refunded 1.

call and see them. I did 'so, each originally sutScribed a certain sum and myself for a moment, he came forwardto gold,-From Dr. King's Anecdotes probable, and they Call the money an to his master i fat

ceived not Ly him, Jjut by Aurora. for the execution their plot; that they wished, me. Oh I what were my.feelings when I his own Times. 't fornia a State forthwith, with a constitutionexcuding Newport. We learn that Mr. Clay has .,

the first sight l'bad got of lhat \' to carry their revenge too far ; and that found myself covered with the sweet caress- slavery or to pass the Wilmot Pro authorized Mr.-Hodges pay his expenses-

for the first time in my life, my they would supply me'with money and every cs, the innocent kisses of my child I An emotion ,1 'Cae of Conscience.-F." -W.- Edmonds Congress to effect the same purpose. borne if he again ,repents of the step .he has -1

palpitating heart felt he power of thing necessary for entering into some busi which I had no power to subdue, mademe .' cashier, of,the ..Mechanic, Bank, New Now the Southern Whigs can't vote for the taken, and wishes to return.-Buffalo Com t
esq.
A new world unfolded: itself to ; ;and ensuring the credible support of my. rise hastily and throw myself with ,my Yorkhas received the following note, latter, and Gen. Taylor would feel 1 unpleasantto mercial.

coon forgot ray borrowed part ; one selfand Aurora." Thc other letter was from child in)my arms, atbe feet of my pale ,.and dollar bill': CO\'e., approve or veto, but the North can have 'j
absorbed my soul, one idea Aurora. "Some remains of pity," she said, trembling wife. J Aurora !'' I, exclaimed -, flafi' year iy39LJhe.writer..received from her way with them and govern them, as usu. 'Slave Stampede.-JTour Droicned.-Seven }l ,u
.faculties. The I feel for notwithstanding % al.] just as well,and secure her purposes by runaway negroes from Mason county attempt t
fair
Aurora you ; your iii broken accents,, your child.claims your.bank, in a fifty, dollar, pack ,of notes, 85 al lr
; .
9th ;
umpb, and seemed to listen with conduct, induce me inform you that lam, now from you a father!' Oh pardon !,"-.The too much, and as be was ,then told that the admitting New Mexico California as a ed to cross the Ohio in a skiff on the u :
to the incoherent expression of in Lyons. It i is my 'Intention to enter 'a con. child cul'ed'ber: knees, and seemed to plead bank serer. received any money back which State next session of Congress !! If the mass six miles above Maysville. The boat upse'and ,

escaped my lips. That interview : "cnt"hich will rid me of your pretence; but with seemed ready to faint'.- they paid out too much, neither made.up what of the people, whose interests are solely l involved four of the negroes were drowned TL. : i,

destiny.. forever!' The intoxication i will do well to h yourself in readiness Her lips quivered and.her eye was ,,fixed, as one received too little, I did on that accountnot in the protection of their rights, honor three others, and a slave. who .they b !,. ;- u tl
.her tribunal in France; till I 1 and and not office seeking, are to take them --across saved, thornst-i'-vs
presence hurried me on, blind appear before any if in stupor, upon me ; ,a. flow ,of tears return it, but banded it over to a charitable prosperity, -
thing else. For' several months I found one which will do me justice, and to her and she answered appeal'by care institution. properly enlightened, they will not, sustain dinging to.&the skits until relies:: !>. u..
my
every day, i ny enjoyed a state of the'chain in which you bare bound throwi rlief into, my arms.u I know "Since then I have been thinking thaVtheway ; any set of leaders whose object is the spoils. Mitchell l, who, heard- them call and: for the bi'-:: '
only the : victim." she and in such .a'shameful surrender to Free Soillsm! They were all!! taken tojail, n..c
damped by wlf-accusing 'our not, sobbed, whether'you .again de-, I.have, pursued might not be right,
, solitary hours, and .by the necessity This"letter'threw_me Into! despair.; I hur. ceivo'me,,: ;f but your child pleads too power therefore make up the loss the bank then euslained. -I The South should should look ''sound to it, and every alarm.Jrcentillc independent who before attempted magistrate to ferry and them sentenced across receive was, h'i.i : ,

der of regularly meeting my ; to the curate's: ,but could learn nothing fuly. .Aurora' is yours. : ._ Enclosed 53.< press .he a
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turn ished, me with money-jewel ; Aurora's retreat- although I. be 1 cvcnl closes my Imlory.L I'found AU- Now' York, llth Se(. '18 iD..' ( Mountaiicer. 39 la he.F

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COTTON CROP OF THE UNITED STATES. ..-:- .. wJw knew that his term of office would soon ; people are strangely written Washington, Irani- !ate as that of Capt. Fisher highly .
which the Brown had valuable
.1 : heard a speech last Saturday, in ,
I f, trATCMENT AND' TOTAL AMOVNT FOR THE CAR: A. E. MAXWELL &, R. B. HILTON, commence, and preferred judging his admlii bo made that milting' his "ntfl" i in regard to our Indian as coming from a gentleman better acquainted
to
f( r.KpiMO 3JT Aaat7s,1S49.Neu istration his ; rather than his sayings, impression was attempted!
by
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. doings with tbe Indians their
To difficulties and various matters in relation purposes, feelings
=? Orleans:-Export- foreign port, coalitions between Northern Whigs and Ab ,and
: ;;. 001,402: bales; coastwise, 205811 bales ; hoping that we might find more to approve olitions unheard of! thereto. We wish to inquire whether such plans than probably any other in the State...

? .,. stock,1st September, 1949, 15,480 tales- Saturday, October 6, 1849. in the former than the latter. We were be inti. is the fact 1 whether he did forward either to The letter was written before tbe late
do not pretend to particularly meeting
. + 1,IS.7St: : bales. We would still prefer the same course;but between Gen. .
' but Gen. Taylor, or m mbar of his cabinet, Twiggs! ,and Billy Bowle .
with we any
S ..1IohUe.-Elpolt-To: foreign ports, 303. The Election in this County.We attflrnp'ted mate American partisan history, b -
as erroneous impressions are now | The
result of the first
\, yil bales ; coastwise, 141,000 bales ; burnt below the official returns of the 'think that we may with entire safety, venture or to any one In Washington, with the purpose conference is very much
give be made and the 't rand
to as, moreover, l, q'
J' at Mobile\ 400 bales ; stock, Ut September, the asst'rtion that there has not been a year of influencing or informing Gen. Taylor as was anticipated by tbe writer The read.
election in' this County on Monday\ last for Republican both call us to speak out, we
bales 542,877 bales. upon will
5.046 fail
J849. have his cabinet, his virus in relation to these era not to notice what is said in refer
within the last ten in which coalitions or
. .: Senator and Officers. Our friends feel bound '
To County 10.Ve to
' Florida.-Export- foreign ports, 79,- cannot decline doing ence to the \
:' 1: 739 bales ; coastwise, 120,339 bales ; stock, will be gratified to see that we have elected say, 1st. We have never heard that' Gover. not been formed in one or more Northern matters. If yea, what did hft write 1 the Government inadequacy of the preparations of

.t"" 1st September!} 1849, 615 bales-200,693 a Democratic Senator by a majority of 36 nor Brown expressed a "hope" that our vol. States between Whigs and Abolitionists. Is It may be said that this is not a proper to protect tbe settlements in

E .' bales. votes when remember it not matter of established certainty, that of subject of inquiry-that private correspondence case of war, and, tbe observation of a highly
-particularly Gen.
they we would be arrested
*' -. untcer companies by
Texas.-Export-To foreign ports, 2,494 tieiriocrats does the We sensible mind in relation to the withdrawal
the number Northern who, not concern public. :
large grant of
;;:. : bales ; coastwise, 30,027 bales ; stock, 1st were beaten in the last Senatorial election by Twiggs.. 2d-We hare heard that Governor the volunteers "the
f' September, 1819, 452:J bales-39,574 bales. 59 votes, and in the election for President by Brown expressed an "expectation" that the I a few years since, united wilb Southern members that when private gentlemen write to each only"effective troops. for
the uofence of the frontier.
Abolition from other this is the fact. But when publ officers .
in c
petitions
from Savannah To f for excluding
Georgia.Export hundred
.1., one and sixty.!++o votes. volunteers would be arrested by Gen. Twiggs.
'''t' '..:. Ign ports, upland, 207,043 bales ; sea I ul- He is reported as having asked substantially, Congress, there is scarcely one who has: not write to public officers, upon matters of TAMPA, Fa., Sept. 10, 1819.

?.' ..: ands, 10,622 bales ; coastwise, uplands, ISO- LEON COUNTY. been prostrated by the union of Whigs and vital concern to the public, quite the reverse The Indian flag of truce has been answer
t' 1. bales islands 933 bales Who ever heard of two armies in the same ed the
853: ; sea ; 405,456 Abolitionists, under the fanatical banner of is the case. Gov. Brown is the Governor of by United States authorities, and tarns
f ;: bales. Stock in Savannah, 1st September, field under different authorities ? and as saying I out, according to tbe Indian statement
I 1 lil of Petition ?1" It is singular that the Florida. Ho was, at the time his views are to be a
I IIlg ilj Right
bales in I.U
j." 1849! 11,500 ; stock Augusta amt l I .i V that Gen. Twiggs would arrest the volunteers I message from the Chief Bowlegs. He '

.\rt Hamburg, September, 1849, 13,810: bales; tlrt'u C .... as soon as he got where they were-or coalition between Whigs and Abolitionists in reported to have been given, on the eve of that the cause of the assault upon the Indian san

',; :lJ,319Ijates-4JO.77: : bales. v I_ ;:: '-f;;,. ;:! .. .... havejust New Hampshire which, within (be memoryof the commencement of his official duties.- He Riter settlement and upon the traders on Peas

,., : South, Carolina.-Export trom Charleston r.1:1:;. ;.:.: .tl, e .O... ;":: p _Q.C ..,.. QIF.N'Ton. words meaning the same thing.Ve the youngest of us, accomplished the temporary believed that be was at that time entitled t to Creek, arose out of the desire of an Indian to;
-'; \) !- with than whom
To ( 280,071 bales I spoken a gentleman, noman his old
foreign ports, uplands wife and
; put away :
a
Gen. and cabinet marry
A. 1::, .Md\\"cll. 174' tS lU':4 7 !I l't :: l7 lY:! 3'll: overthrow of the steadfast democracyof Executive: authority. Taylor young ortet
coastwise confidence
: bales
\ set islands 18,111 ; : uplands, in the State is more worthy The Indians refused him ibis
,., 163,356: ; sea islands, 813 bales ; 462,951: X.L.ThompsulI. 17022 t3 lti 13 7"27 9 :. 3213IHF.RIFF. who in answer to our enquiry says that he that State, nnd the election of a Whig Governor for aught we know, believed the acme then seduced three or four Indian privilege scoundrels; be

.: bales; burnt In Charleston, 150 bales. Ex. .\, A. Fisher, alfi 'lU 16 24 to lG 1 ; ?! 7 'i to 360 heard Gov. Brown in substance-, "That and Hale, a renegade democrat, U. Whose voice we would ask, could be more to join him, and then committed the depreda->
port from Georgetown-To New Yoik and F. Whilaker, 138 )2 !14 26 :, 4 7 4. II 6.28CLERK. 1 say S. Senator, should be forgotten by a member} potential with the whig Administration at bona for the purpose of gratifying his
.r : bales. Stock in Chatlt'ston.ht he considered it highly probable that General reveogo
Boston, 3,285 O. A. i Mu'rs t 20i .U 17 33 fl' I II I '1""4 5 I 19 W 381J"hn of Congress. Hale opposed the annexation Washington than that of the whig Governor by involving the Indian.nation in a war of ra.
.
September, 1849, :23,806: bales ; 27,091 U. 'Kern. t21 30 t 15 W 7 3 5} f3 I .::21T'X Twiggs; would have the volunteers arrested.! elected ould ces. That as soon as Sam Jones" beard of
Texas, through hostility to slavery. For lately by a large majority1V
.r bales-490,10t! bales. COLLF.CTOR. 51 And we understand that Gov. B. still says!! the attack! of these men upon the whiles
I North Carolina.-Export".Coastwise, 10,. lhn'I AlcRatny',1.1 I;; t3 1 12 1-1 3 9 I 14 4 7 274R. and thinks that such a course on the part of this the democrats determined to destroy him he not speak as one having authority What dispatched an officer in pursuit of them ,wha h$
,
Oil bales. n. Scott, 761 12 b 16 Jij 21 :5'I" 167J. -but the allies" were too strong for them. did he advise, what did he suggest, what did has arrested them, and now has them
O. Roney, 32 10 6 ID I 2 1 91 I Gen. Twiggs would not have been strange, in roar
.. 1 irginia.-ExportTo foreign ports!, 1, C.Footmaa, IU 2 4 3 ti:3II. He is now in the United. States Senate, and he say ? The people have a right to know. tody at Jetoypaga. That if the Agent will
406 coastwise and manufactured, (taken from saying, now that it might have been expectedIrom
; .uavsvoR. meet him at Charlotte Harbor!
the ports) 14,838 bales ; stock, Ut S.ptcm- T. ]Clocker, 2 51 51'i: 22 t3 U I I S H./IO/ I U 1S11 15W. the collision and conflict between separate we suppose (here is but one man in Florida, He was violently opposed to Gov. Moseley'scourse die of this month, he will cause about tbe the mid.

ber, 1849, 4,750 bales ; 17,9911Iales. C. Lester 61 I:) :3 J 4 9 617 I :5> 121Cot. t independent commands in the same vi conversant with rewspapers, who does not in calling out volunteers for the pro to be surrendered. lie (I the murderers for.

Total crop of 1849., bales 2,728,590 J. J. Mnswell, John S. Shepard, J:1s. cinity. know how he got there. A similar "al. tection of our citizens. Did he not so express then says ibat the prisoners do messenger not know)(bat

Crop of last year, 2.347,034 Willis, and Willinm S. 9furray., E qll., were liance" about the same time occurred in Con himself in writing Washington 1 If so, was Bowlegs has communicated these facts to tbg
"
t, Crop Increase of year over last before, 1,77AA5e 330,962 County Commillsioners, and A. hop Election in Georgia. n<>rticut : to that we owe the presence of not the tendency of his sentiments directly towards whites.I .

Increase over year year before, 949,945 kina, Eq., elected Coroner. The election in Georgia for Governor and Niles in the U. S. Senate, (another man preventing Gen. Taylor from musteringthe understand (bat tbe meeting appointed by

.... members} of the took place on whom his the Bowlegs will! bo attended Lj the Commaod.:
---- -- Legislature party, Democrats, wished to volunteers into the service of (ho United .
ing'General in
From the Charleston Mercury. County Elections. Monday last. The returns by jesterdaj'amail put down for his opposition to Texas annexa States 1The The Indian person.

Cotton Manufacture of the North and South. A correspondent from Gadsden County informs are so meagre that it is impossible t to tion.) The game played by Northern Whigsand Indian Yohalochee mcssengf'rJso Vas not one of says tbe that Indian toe

the We New publish York today the annual and statement CommercialList. of I us that Samuel B. Love has been elected peak with entire confidence of the result Abolitionists has been this : When a following is a copy of a letter receivedby who attacked the traders on Peas Creeks

It will be Shipping found to contain matter of I Sheriff over B. C. West, (the present i in. From an endorsement, however, on the stagewaJ."iII Northern Democrat has sustained the South, Gov. MOLELVY last Sunday night, and Now the identity of ibis Indian has been sworn

much interest to the South, in reference t to I cumbcnt ; Mr. Lester elected Cir. of considerable gains for Towxi, I they have allied themselves disgrace and banded over to Gov. BROWX Monday morning to by both McCuIlough and his wife, and in.

the domestic consumption of Cotton by the cuit Cleik without opposition, and Mr. II.i[ 0.McLanc the democratic candidate for Governor, we banish him from the councils of the Nation. : directly well by James with Whidden him all of whom irate

different sections of the Union during the- elected Tax Assessor and Collector i incline to the opinion that he has been re. When a Northern Democrat has been hostile HEADQUARTERS FLORIPA VOLUNTEERS, } This acquainted whole story bears personally.the face of it
Camp upon
Jiare/cnM-Stpt. 21,1849. j
and calculated! tho
past to justify" ) high
: eat hopes year of those wlo have so strongly press. over J. W. Ogilvie, the present incumbent. elected by a handsome majority. In Chaf t. to the Sou'h"and' thus brought upon himselfthe SIR:-I herewith inclose you a copy of Gen. the impress of falsehood. 1st. The excuse is

rd upon the Southern people the advantage I From Jefferson we learn that C. G. Fi e ham County}, the result is glorious-the democrats indignation of his party, the same forces Twiggs' official report Washington, furnished absurd, because it is contrary to Indian customs .

and importance of introducing manufacture has been reelected Clerk of the Circuit I gaining three hundred and forty-three have victoriously sustained him. by him elf with the request that it : any Indian can have just as many wives

as a means of diversifying the pursuits of in. Court ; Col. J. R. Tucker re-elected Sheriff, on the popular vote of 18171I'n Towas But the other day, Whigs and Barnburners should be forwarded to you immediately. as he can support, and put them away for any
himself.
dustry, and enlarging the basis of our self-de. The General does not state that he went t to cause satisfactory to 2J. The prisoners
and Mr. Woolen elected Tax .%!sse; I. first elected and members tie Abolitionists, Mr.I Cabell
,, pendence. was THREE of (or as prefers calling I- Charlotte Harbor in consequence ofa promise are in tbe possession of a Chief over ,

We hire never desired to see the South sot and Collector. Legislature! Huzza for Old Chatham !I" them,) held Conventions at the same lime from Bowlegs that the murderers should be whom Bowlegs has acknowledged tome he

ruth into manufacturing sacrifice font the From St. Johns the result is communicated The Georgian of the 2d thus.proclaims fo and place in Iowa, for the purpose of colition.The given up on the 18th inst., which was the has oo control. 3d. Bowlegs has often appointed

great predominance she has among producer- to us in the following brief note : its democratic brethren the gratifying result: Whigs wero urgent in their zeal for the fact. Bowlegs has failed to comply with bis failed meetings with the Agent and a often

'1'helatter sword,the former thield, which, I, '* Polls have just closed. The election for promises, and put the General oft for thirty to fulfill his engagements. 4th. The
however, through second to that, is to be County Officers was hotly contested. The From the Savannah Georgian, Oct.2.Ten accomplishment of the purposewhich it days longer. The Indians have never been Indian Chai, who knows every purpose of the

counted inferior to no other element of industrial democratic ticket is elected by 62 majority, at TliditknndlCiuns seems was prevented by the difficulty of ma. told that they had to leave the Slate, and as Indians, refuses positively, for any consideration .

strength and security. We have never St. Augustine precinct, being the largest!! majority FOR OUR COUNT 11 V king a satisfactory allotment of the spoils-the soon as that fact is made known to them a to carry a message from the commanding
Ten Thousand Guns for Georgian General to (the !Indians.
:iouhted that the time would when war is certain.I ,
come a at this precinct. Taylor had made Free Soilers, rather contemptuously and arrogantly -
FIVF. HUNDRED GUNS ron OLD CHATHAM) But even if they do deliver the .
murderers
; rtion of could be diverted cannot imagine have up
capital to manu. nearly a clean sweep ot the offices, and t the domandiqg the lion's share of the why you never received
At Old Chatham to motMe State / that does not at all affect the .
f.ictures not only without injury to the produc- people have made clean ufthe Tae goes go my communications. I assure mean question
: a your
# inn of the material with which we c1ohe: th lorites. This majority will sweep be increased by y' THE licGi.vNi.vo or THE END OF TAYLOHHM'! loaves and fishes. In the late election i in Excellency (that I have reported weekly as ordered which i is their removal beyond the possibility .

"rld, but with eminent: advantage to it and the other precinct" The Triumph; of the True Democracy>> Maine, in every District, where any thingcould giving you all the information I could of another opportunity committingsmiar

,. ? whole South. That it was best to leave With overflowing hearts we announce to be gained by it, says the Boston Post, procure. Messages are constantly coming 'r into :: acts of hostility upon our citizens, not

to .'Hi. sagacity of capitalists to decided when MAJOR fEH.n.-Tbe:: returns of the our Democratic Brethren of Georgia: the following a union'was formed by Mr. Cabell's friend me that Indian signs have been seen in the. five men in particular, 'but of tbe entire
;h!id unit-/ was ripe for such a change, is not .. result of the Election yesterday, for settlements. I have always considered it my i Indian I nation, which is composed of a large:
election for this office made the Gov. Truman Smith between the and Free
to Whigs of like
a ( nl/ confirmed by the history of manufactures are Governor Georgia, and a Senator, and t two duty to attend to them, and they have invariably < prtio characters.
elsewhere", but is strikingly illustrated by their ernor, and we have not seen them. The Representatives in the Slate Legislature : Soiler.! Nor is this the first time in which proved false. 1 have been t to Peas Creek, preparations of the United States Government

almost noiseless but steady and 'h rAIA" in IIt.: ("nunl,. ...... _....u c.... "x i..m rCEIA'TEIAH: COU TY. the Whigs and Abolitionists! have coalescedin encamped on the very bank, scouted the country are inadequate to meet the contingency .

,. wiui us-us ii were, spontaneous, another. son getting the majority. In Jefferson and the same Slat!!'. Within a week we have between here and the boundary, and have of a refusal by the Indians to accept
fore the fairest FOR FOVERNOR
:
having assurance of coniin- Gadsden Col.! !Milton\ seen no signs of Indians. Henry S. Clarke the term' that may be offered them to emigrate .
ted we arc informed, received intelligence from of the ,
increase and geti Michigan
subtantial. profit. G. W. TOWNS, 786 E. V. HiLt, 610 of Manatee, reported to me and a resort to coercion inconsequence.
yesterday
': Referring to the authoritative statementsof : large majorities. FOR SENATOR: : nomination by the Whigs of a Free Soiler, four men for duty. 1 declined giving him twenty That proposition, has not yet been made to

the journal above mentioned, it will be seen Dernoeratt. If Mg,. Liltlpjohn, who had previously been nominated orders, because, in the first place he has onlya any them, and of course n Indian reply has been

that the number of bales Cotton consumed Volunteers Recalled. Titos. PURSE, 750 WM. LAW, 6:>0 by the Barnburners-by which the N. y. Lieutenant's command, and in the next, I made. But the Indians have eommiue an
by the Northern factories amounted, in 1818 Among the first of Gov. and barbarous
acts BROWN, who Tribune convinced there is at unprovoked
FOR REPRr.SE TATITCS : thinks the Cass Democracy of that present no earthly necessity asSRUl upon
to 531,772, and in 1849, to 518,039 ; show. j entered upon the duties of his office on Monday J. W. AM for more troops in this vicinity. Captain lives of our citizens and property ; and
ing a falling off in the of >ERSOX, 753 It. R. CUVLEH, 650; Stale, will be overthrown.
consumption tl last is order Johnson's command is on the Manatee River I i they are met with proffers of peace a nd friendship .
last ref an recalling the Volunteers, G. HARRISON, 733 F. S. BARTOW, <64( ,
year, compared with the We must disclaim for ourselves
/ preceding, any pur. besides a detachment of Regular &c. by the [United States authorities, as
13,733 bales. I with a proviso that they report themselves to (0 I;]" A gain of THREE HUNDRED: ANT m a. pose of insulting our readers, by mentioning there by the commanding General.troops lio sent+v. if it were impossible for these Indians, by any :
This result was certainly not looked for. : the U. S. commanding officer for service ;if TV-THREE since the last Gubernatorial E/ec/ course of conduct think
they fit
facts with which nine tenths of them are doubtless / ever, I suppose he is acting under orders from may to pursue *
The presumed flo fishing condition of their : ho has received instructions to lion! and to forfeit the fatherly affection and
any Excellency,
factories the undoubted accept familiar. We wish to refresh the memo your only reported to me as protection
enlargement of man. them when the Governor's order reaches A friend has handed us the following letter being the senior officer in the field. I might of theft Great Father, the President
tufacuring powet, the moderate cost of tho ry of their Representative in Congress, (hat of the United States."
them. Whether this is not from a gentleman in Albany, dated Oct. 3d : make a proper disposition of his force, which
material of step ,
raw provisions and of labor, ull premature he may save his own credit and that of theSlate I have declined for the It is admitted by the commanding
combined remains to be We think ;The election is here. Towns' doing reasons above Genera :
Jo raise the expectation that this seen. it importantthat over majority '
so far as it is in his keeping, when I he stated. I hope will approve disposition I himself that he has not the means to put \
year would exhibit a decide increase in the the determination of the Indians should in Baker 275, in Early 313. Reported under his orders in )
have made of the : troops position when
next to : volunteer force in this even
for Towns I in Lee and attempts enlighten our people. For sec
Houston
of Cotton large gains
.. consumption at the North, carrying have been fully) known, or else the number of' there which tion. Those on the Atlantic-aide I have not they arrive ; and yet the discharge of the only I
it Counties. Mail about closing. are somethings a Congressman
as high as 600,000 bales. If this state.
U. heard from. In troops for the defence of tbe frontier
S. the of efeclive
on ascertained of miscarriages
troops
fully consequence so
ment is correct, (and it is their own official spot Towns' majority in Baker, in 1847, was is presumed to know, and which it is a reproach in many urged his Gov.
(
reports I have upon Excellency Moseley))
which my thought
have heard you
we not that the Governorhas
report,) the decrease in the consumption of the 179, and in Early 210. to himself and his constituents if he do proper to send this up by one of men he by the Secretary of War. He is also condemned .

Northern manufactories, is in part, to be ac. any accurate information, before the protection not know. Our State pride admonishes us will return almost immediately,my and I hope; for calling out troops at all, simply

counted of the Southern for by a very the latter great increase in that given by our citizen-eoldiera should The following complimentary notice of one that we should touch lightly upon (his matte your Excellency will write by him, giving me because the Indians have not laid the whole

; having cut them have been withdra+vn. We fear that great of our fellow.townsmen, from the NathvllU \Ve such further instructions as you may deem State waste : an omission that no doubt the
off from a portion of their market and thus therefore forbear especially as'e are pro
shown there dissatisfaction and alarm will be produced on Union, shows the high appreciation of his this per. It seems to be the policy of tho Indiansto Secretary deeply regrets. I do not wish to
power notonly: competing with week in a particularly good humor.
seem importunate with
them- but of eventually them. the frontier by this order. merits by those with whom he was long associated procrastinate things as long as possible, but my suggestions to his
..- superseding if Mr. and Excellency (Gov. ho
Moseley)
Spencer have a subject
The quantity of Cotton manufactured in the personally and politically : CO" The Florida war, it is stated, though Cart. Casey received well understands upon
the so
instructions but
which already I
I cannot help
States South and West of Virginia The Jacksonville Press and Gov. Brown. nipped in the bud, has cost, in the transport understand they
accrdlng M. A. LONG, ESQ. lation of and have from General Government, that is, I to thinking that it would be extremely bad policy
to the troops, stores, purchase of horses
.. same authority, amounted, We learn from Tallahassee, on the most interview to the Slate in service
an with discharge
procure the Chiefs and in troops now ,
In 1848 to We have read with peculiar gratificationthe for mounting troops, &c., three hundred thousand
bales reliable
65,000 that
General Brown until the
authority, main
our form them of the determination steps towards Indians
to have removing
them
In 1849 .. funeral oration of this gentleman: the dollars. -Savannah Republieall."Nippt'd .
on
110,000 future Executive, amongst other things of an removed, there can be no doubt of im have been taken by tbe United States
death of the late President Polk, delivered in in the bud eh ? The smile of a war
character ,
unsavory respecting the Indian difficulties mediately. Gen. Twiggs is of the Government, and the result well ascertained
same opine
Increase, 35,000 has expressed a hope or expectation Tallahasse, Florida, August 14, 1849.He the valorous War-Secretary upon the Indians, ion, and informs me that he has written to t the : and settled. The plan for their removal is

It would thus appear that whilst this great that our volunteer companies could be put has traced, with a master mind, all the t and his thrust at our State authorities for calling department to that effect. [If the volunteersare very good, but to make it effective note, it must
branch industry has declined at the North, under arrest by Gen. Twiggs as soon as he leading events of Mr. Polk's political career, be be accompanied by sufficient force
to in the a
out volunteers, have done the \\"ork.- kept service of the State, I so disposed
during the the down to the close of his eventful administra
at South
past year, it has advanced reached the
!I"
country Jacksonville News, would respectfully .! as to materially assist the Indians in
at a rate unparalleled in the history of Sept. 22. tion. Full justice is done to the subject of his We'll see. It is not believed here that. t the the of suggest to your Excellency- up their minds. making -

\ ,..' the Cotton manufacture, say 34 per cent. In The News asked of us information as to eulogy, both personally and politically. Indians will go West without compulsion. have propriety them clothed making; the some men arrangement are already beginning to The crops of the present year will in
: the above the Mr. established this in not
... consumption of is Long paper 1835-
Virginia not the
S At the last
this matter. The Republican of the accounts no disclosure had been' to suffer for the want of doing present discouraging state of '
i included, which is estimated same when there was but one democratic in proper
at over 20,000 paper
sist
made to them of the intention of the Governmentto and unless some arrangement is mad,1 I the inhabitants longer than spring. It is
: The
t bales. This added, gives a total of 130,000 place, says, Jacksonville News gives the State-tho McMinnville Gazette-then therefore
of
bales consumed in the South and West,during currency to a contemptible fabrication whichit and now edited by our old friend, John W. remove them, and U is generally believed am immediate at a loss command to tell what enjoy they excellent are (to do.health Aly 1 to the the utmost ordinary importance labors of that the peoplo no interruption -

the past year, against 518,000 bales in the learn from Ford, E q. that when this is done, they will renew : should
professes to Tallahassee. It the men are in fine spirits, and only wish for exist, if they can possibly be avoided
North ; the I latter, according to their own adds, we should like especially have a reply In 1941 he was a distinguished memberfour their hostilities. We understand that Gen. action. I hope some determination will soon after the tat day of January next. Should
showing, declining the and all who enjoyed his
I
",. ; former, rapidly i in I II Legislature acquaintance Twiggs has but little of them be made either for such however- exist it
creasing. We congratulate the Southern States from the Floridian" to the call on the part will bear testimony to the fact, that hope getting off peace or war. The people interruption, may reasonably

on this exhibit, which satisfactorily I of the Ne.tct for information. but few men possessed superior powers of short of a fight. here do not know which to expect ; they of be expected that many now desirous
proves are all in forts remaining, and who have heretofore
.. 4 that they bare passed beyond mind, and in all those qualities of the' heart, temporary men, women and considered
'. experiment, and We could greatly prefer remaining silent as (O- The small talk of the Sentinel about children crowded together. Their homes themselves settled here for life, will
have permanently added and which hind man to man he was excelled are
by
branch to their industrial a new important It shows to this matter. Ever since the arrival of t the none. the groans over the change of our State Ad. left destitute, and all they have going to ruin. be obliged to abandon the country ; and should
I
,4" too, that they cannot only resources.manufacture profit, I first tidings of an outrage, things of an unsa. In 1813, in consequence of the delicacy of ministration, which is certainly news to e re. I should hale to be the Indian seen by a white the Indians be permitted to remain, you';an
I this side of Peas well foresee the fate of South
ably, but can complete on equal terms with rory character respecting the Indian diflic ul. his health, he removed to Tallahassee, wherehe ry body here,is about as witty as it is truthful.i man ion of these who know Creek. It is the opine Yours and Florida.

the most successful.Brimstone. ties," have been in circulation, along our has ever since been engaged in the prac.tiCB What it further says in regard to our having that as soon as the volunteers the Indian are character recalled, truly respectfully.

'" streets, as having been expressed" by Gov. of the law. since the change of officers in the State from the frontier, they will take Diplomatic Insults.-It is said that -
,; .. .-A. class of conceited, touchy Brown. We have understood that he has To pen this article is to us a pleasant task. told the possession.Laic and m .
General singular
people who a For a number of years Mr. Long was one of Department, freely shared the spoils of pu Bowlegs that he would be exceptionable language has ben

),. .. any petty paragraph stop newspaper that on account them of condemned, sneered at, and ridiculed Gov. the warmest friends we had on earth. He patronage-," only serves to how where the glad to see him with any of his people, but addressed to Mr. Clayton by the British Gov.

f -' ... cleverly ridiculed by an exchange displeases as follo, +are re. Moseley's\ courso throughout ;-the callingout talked for us, wrote for us, spoke for us, and shoe pinches. We have a slight suspicion Spencer never to bring is now any at Fort volunteers Brooke with but him.Col.is ernmcut in reference to the Mosquito king

"e l The paragraph should be kept before the volunteers, sending! a Commission to fought for" us. We know him to be a man that the officer against whom its hit is really a fish about what be intends, doing.as muteas affair, than any that can bo exacted from the

t ,. :.... l people..a : . Washington to urge upon Gen. Taylor the you lie would can rather hitch to"forfeit with his life perfect than security.his honor, directed can appreciate the banter as it de. Yery respectfully, letters of M. Poussin by themost careful and
" .; -A cenain man bit fats toe against a pebble claims of our citizens to protection, the Your obedient artful
tone and fell negotiation and is as true in his friendship as the needleto serves to be.- servant, sifting of his language. If such b the

was vexed, and headlong under the to Influence the ground.of He of a loan in Charleston for the support (the pole. Governor of Oregon. W. FISHER, fact, why has this language been pocketed 1

t qj anger and maintainance of the We learn This much we consider due to "Auld, Capt. commanding Fla. Vol's. -
and active self troops. Why not have a flare with the old of
he The ally
.J.J 1; wiBcieney, kicked old moth. country has seen with surprise, the To im EXCELLENCY, up
t", er earth right aucily. With Imperturbable that he has been condemning and ridiculingand who Lang is Syne, and to the merits of a man- published notice of the removal of Gen Lane, The Gotemor of Florida. federalism, John Bull ? Let u have the correspondence v
'
gravity, he !looked to seethe vast globe it.elfPr' discouraging every step that his pre de. a man. ; 'j ,the JVlarion! of the lIedcanVar, from'the of. QI that affair. We know what

dissolved remained,and and come only his to nought.foot But the earth censor took, applying to him the choice epi. OT:: If the Jacksonville Republican thinksthat N ,' lice of Governor of Oregon. The place has O:'T The Jacksonville Republican,the Whig constitutes an insult in French : now let u see

,4 in the encounter. This poor is the way vas of man.Injured- thet of crazy," and other complimentary the correspondence of Col. Spencer'with I I been filled by the appointment of Abraham organ of the East, is beginning to find! fault what terms in English are sufficient to constitute -

) .\n article appears In the newspaper touching : terms of kindred elegance. And we have the Department Washington will be I18ti ie. Lincoln of Illinois. Of the new appointee with the course of Gov. Moseley ia reference one. We are inclined to the beliefs

him in a weak place,and straightway hp sends ever understood that this was done, not in a factory to the people of Benton County, or of the New York Tribune, a whig to the calling out of(the Volunteers. It see, that when the operations of the cabinet are

\l:. word to stop his paper. With great self. corner, but publicly and openly along the any other County, it ought to procure copies Mr. Lincoln paper in, says the : too, to be dropping into the views of Crawford known, as they will ultimately b.the people
was
conspicuous 1 last
v complacency, he looks on to see a crash j will come to the conclusion diplomacy
,when in the Market about'tho .
streets, at the Post Office of his letters and them. "ne\v' element. Well let
publish We Congress it
s i; ti the object of his spleen will cease to be.- insist especially during the last session go. of that body will be as funny as GeoeraJTaylor'
ar We took no notice of these reports, not be. that 'should not bis entire when he attempted to frame and The people will still the conduct
justify of
i Poor fool, he has only bit his own (toe against course t un. put througha approve speeches in his la.e: cholera
.I'J. '!, a world that does not perceptibly feel the cause we disbelieved them, or doubted that til those letters are brought to light. You bill for the gradual abolition of slavery in the, former, and condemn that of he( latter. tour. 1 origi that the pelt specimen of

: .::1-1 hock* injuries, to nouxtent, any one,but Oov. B. had uttered such sentiments-we do have published the one to Gov, Moseley\ now the District of Columbia. He Is a strong but WILMISGTOX ground and lofty tumbling to which the peoplo!
judicious enemy to slavery, and his efforts Sept. 27.-Yellow Turpentine
Dip
Ir. be thQ
,/II lune not believe that there'is a man In Ttllth ar. glre us those (Washington.. are are to be t treated by the cabinet will
{ usually very practical if Hotel+raye successful.I I ; 9.0.: n- ; Virgin Dip' >$3.15. i Mosquito c6rrspoudenc .-Vhion.j .

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rephtd for the CharkttoriMercury. Events in Hungary. der, Georgy was compelled to 'movel whole i had _-=----:[.-, _::1-___'__ -f--V'--.0 .'s-s ._,', _

Additional by the America. The Berlin Constitutionello contains 'a L day's march back, on the 13ib from near A. not'changed at all.-Louisville ((Ky.) List of Letters J _

"'c have received fbe following; despatch sketch of the most recent events in Hungary,I rad to Vilagos. Dea. REMAINING: in the 'Post Office at Tallahassee, ii

by telegraph) dated which.Is to'erably impartial and tallies with The general amnesty granted by the A us- The highest authority with the whigs now Otber., 15.H : :
the best information received trian Government And. James Lang, Rev ThosLindenbcrger. -
on the to all men from is that of
tulject. Jackson. _
!BALTIMORE 0 sergeant. Gii. If their conduct i is
Sept. 28, p. m. Adjutant General Richard
Tho amount of the Hungarian forces,"p major downwards and the probable chance of called in question, they have only to find that Allen, M J Levy! Almond rthtj-rkptAutl .
i In: the .
looking over foreign papers received says the Constitutionelle! ', was less from the all others, with the exception of some of the Jackson did like it and Ryrd. BenjaminBrown McGwire, Mr
something (
\Iy the America, I find nothing importance, beginning of the campaign than was generally leading notorious men, being also amnested, satisfied. Tbey will swear after they that are Sirs JB 2 McDanell.Mr *

bough some of the details are interestin !tatt'd.VhiJst Georgy kept the Austrians has not produced a good effect at Warsaw, they are'the ofd Jackson and a whiC Brown, J B McPherson. Adaline -=- _DE--= M _
,
Over two thousand deaths by cholera had (whose forces; never exceeded they_ since it lor party Tay. Barnes, Mrs Elizabeth Mclntire, Dr G A
occurred in London 50,000 ef. say, serves .to counterbalancejheevil is a second Jackson. The next whig i Burghard, Miss F McGehce, John C I1
during the week fectivcs the middle! effect
"
preceding on Danube) in check near produced by Hungary throwing I Prr id<'nVwflH6 a second Polk.-Louisville Butler, Jacob McFerson, Miss a
the departure ofihe teather.V Comorn with 45,000 good and well appointed herself the feet of the Czar"-a flattery ill. Democrat. Batrington, Sampson Mercer,Danl Mary

General Rostolan had resigned; the com regular troops, the Hungarians had only placed, illUmed, and by no means politic on Brook, James1J Maigh, Antony ,

mand of the French army in Italy' for reasons 15,000 men, under Dessouffy and Wysoz- the part of Prince Paskiewitch. Haynau, at -- I Battle, Miller, Isaac I. ItS
made NEW Eurthlolt, S A Merrill L D
not : public. kit to oppose to the grand Russian army under least knew where to find his enemy, Paskie. Sends ORES Belli, JamesBeck Miller. JoRn R _
Comorn still holds out against the Imperial Paskiewitch ; consequently this small witch did not. cian*, forth further, through mot distinguished Physi : Mrs Sarah Montrose _

Government, though Klapka and the principal as is well known, carefully avoided being frct : effected by evidences ol' the virtues of, and cures I Beck James 2 Morel, A

Hungarian officers are in the Austrian camp.II drawn into combat, and gradually drew back PLACER DR. con Beat Miss M P M"re. Rohl p. r'
H}'nau hnd left Vienna to take into conllide. towards Szolnok the Theiss INTELLIECE ES CONCENTRATED SYRUP OF Ballitane, C O'Neil, Win M --
(on and
on the SARSAPARILLA Crow ell, Dr Richard :
We have Oliver, Miss Martha 1:1 :
ration the terms of capitulation proposed by direct road from Pesth to Gros wardcin.)_ received our California exchanges In cases of Diseases of the Blood, Consumption CuntY, Mrs Mary Ann O.borne.Mrs M I A ,_I ; ''I

_the___garrison, ._ _On of.. Comorn..O ., Tbey. demand. a Here .their corps was augmented by fresh recruits to,the bringing beginning intelligence of from the Gold region aland Dyspepsia, Lifer Complaints, &c., this: medicine Collins. JJ (VNeilCfl --'- "
_umplele amnrolty lor me.r pan conauct; the to about 20,000 men, and placed under last month. \Ve cony- -'- the--- tvhnllv unrivaled I f Carter. Thoma -Plait, Edward P -- -- .
Hungarian to retain their !ollo\vmg from the Alia ( The folo\'in\ recently ooies, H rat terjon,Alexander
garrison arms, Perez!! orders. The Southern of the California o Aug. 2 : fpctivt speak 1
with permission to retire into some neighbor. Baces-Banat under Yetter army We have: a few days' later intelligence from "olumf of the efficacy'of Conn.I, David 9 Pas-pell.Bennett
reckoned some the picparation: Cannon Wm Passwell, Brink
ing country and an independent ministry for 30,000 men. It was this corps which foughtand American river gold washings, from Yu. lelsf E. BRi.vz.ry Co. Crow, James 3 Penfield, Mr GAY'SEXTRACT .

II ungar,. Hayuau, on the other band, re. defeated the Banns near Hegzes, and ba, and from..entber rivers. The news it .-Haingdirlte& : th'useof the Compound Cooper, J"mt L Peel, Wm QF CANC1IALAUA

fuses to accept any other terms than an unconditional t thence broke the unity investment round Many the deposites of ibe Rio SvruJ pu: prepared at Shaker'ibgt Cle'eJnd.lrs Susan Powel,James A CALIFORNIA ;
surrender. The' besieged fortress, Peterwardein. Temeswar Americ.ino become nearly exhausted V 1.,for rome years, we cheerfully add Roger Wm 2 PLANT OP HARK. .
; our Chairs, Ann
was beleagured Maria
; in Rawles, MM L MEDICAL
it it bit new discoveries testimony / faror,and commend it VIRTUES:
said to j
is surronded by sixty thousand men. by some 15 lo 20,000 men, commanded every occur, and and the public physicians Daguerrean Artist, any Rolles. S JRyan.Wm I .
at large, not A CERTAIN PREVENTIVE
Semi-official letters from since the floods have abated day only a.i a valuable aux Danelly, Wm E AND CUt FOR,
Belgrade &atehat Versay, and Bern had nearly 40,000 in researches iliary in the treatment of the various R _
( Dembiuski, far from intending to imitate for .the men have, in many instances, proved which is recommended, but romplainl for Dupont', Charles Robison, Lewis, Fever and .Igue, Cbn3ttmption, Coughs, Colds;
i Tran&ylvanta, most part Szeklers, flatteringly i a* an ieme- Dent, John F Influenty .i thnta. Bronchitis, Scrofula, ,'
successful. dy in Reagan, Wm Got
the conduct of Georgy, had determined to whom he could in many cases. We are acquainted with the ef.
only order ,
keep by stringent feels of DeLaey, A Rhtlma"ualgia Erytipelat, Lumbago,
tight to the last ; but the flight of Kosstith had discipline. Thus the total amount of all Constant accessions to the mining cr-mmu- parations Sand.of :Sarsaparilla, Carpenter's, Bul'", and other pre DeLacy, John RHbinson.lu,Caroline S Isaac Paralysis Pleurisy, Jaundice, ) *ptpia, Cot-

compelled him to relinquish his determination. disposable forces (excepting Anlech's detach nily are taking place, and many of the old nounce the above [in our opinion unhesitatingly pro Daniely, Arthur Regan, Richard lrnru. Piles, Dytentery' Dropy, Liver Com-
the
The last interview between Kossuth and washing are entirely has come to ] best which Daniel, John M Rolls Thomas plaint Billions Complaint,Xervous.iJection,,'
ment upon the left Danube bank, not exceed.I occupied by new comers. our notice; ,for all diseases wherein such EasonNEverell.MruFG Cut an tout Dhorde.b'evers In General
Jeorgy was marked with much bitterness.All The milers of the last form preparations are .I Rnbinson, Daniel Hemorhagei. -
ing 7,000 men) did not exceed 170,000 men : year nearly a indicated.A. Robinson, Andrew J O"t/rutitn., Flu3etfInJigettion, Depraved
Kossulli's eloquence and presence of mind of all! arms (with an enormous train of artil- distinct division of I the laboring class and invar KENDALL. M. D. Edwards, Mrs Louisa M Ross,John Defective Appetite's, and ill? diseases

forsook him. Ttie next day he was in full lery.)* ibly recede to ihe newer and more distant .\tI Orleans, J 1 C. GLOVER, M. D. Parcloth, Acy Rhine, Jas originating in

flight Car the Turkish territory, and Georgy to the I deposites before the advance of strangers. Mv office havin C.t. fOreman[ ,Jake Reaves:, D B {'.nIUpUoJ of the Bowels or
been _
_
According general planof in store where Fedrick _
a this Jam
was in the nus ian The best of Syrup Sever, Enoch
feeling in was kept ( IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD
themater
camp. prevails ale
operation, Georgy should hate left except '1r for over I three years, and my op. Finley, Maj J J Smith, Mrs Ann W .
The intelligence we have of the markets about 12,000 men in Comorn, and have foreign cncroachmen', for our peope! portunities, nf jtidinz of il* efft-cts ,ompwhat nn'merous jedson! Bcnjaminr] Smith, Sid I "ires tone. and vigor Jp t he digest lj jre organs,
up to noon of the 15th at are united in the determination Jl* increasing demand, and that G"9 a i is rematfcable.forjts t Animating I
Liverpool. The marched as rapidly us possible before P to expel the n.ly without away.lr:Mary A Stcrt, Jel Strengthen ing,
single
cotton market was then quiet, but parties were witch reached MUkolez ( Ukic. vagrants of other nations from the mines, and I a:case Dr aJoUli.rmrl, tells for iteJ. I hare seen [ Simon, Lewis P I and Reitoratice,Properties.
) by Waitzen' and weakness which had all Green, Lovis Publicly admitted by Dr.
the treatment
anxiously awaiting the intelligence by the Hihernia joined Perczel upon the left bank of the movement is a very general one, we are for over five year, both in Ibis pale: and Philadel Sooden,James SmithMiss aun4ers.L M Ella:I rer of .Townsend's &u3paria Townsendlanuactu',

which was hourly expected. The Theiss!, in the direction of the Danube. informed. The roads through the country "hi, and. the person a fair candidate for suicide, ra- Gaunt, L: Fayette SingUton.CTJShermao Far Better than Sarsaparllla."
prices of the previous day were maintained Here he to have taken are filled with Chilenos and New Mexicans dically cured with onedozen bottles. He had spent Brines,Wm Elizabeth
l ut the demand was limited. was up I position returning from the PIncer. No violence has hundndi, fci/holt relief, and was cured with seven H bby,Alfred Smith, Lyman 3O- In corroboraticn of the above, read the annexed '
previously concerted, and, and a half dollars' communications,
by worth
drawing to of Shaker Hudson, as .
A meeting had been held of.the Lancaster him a large pOltion of the Bacs-Banat yet been emp'oyed to expe 1, those people, and On nitnes like,fine, the Proprietors Syrup.feel confi- Hall. lami11ol Sinrgess:Miss Elizabeth Condnsitc and Proof

cotton spinners, at which it was reported the enabled himself give, or rather receive corps hat., at the date of thn last advices, ((22d July) all .: dencein placing 'the Shaker Concentrated Syrup a of HolngWOrlh, W T Smith Sharrington, Hannah, Ben Testimony Positive r rf" _

fallowing resolution were adopted : lie with nearly 80,000 men and 200 fieldpieces was quiet thiotighout the gold region. Sarsiprilla, of of Dr Corbet! before the public. TeslimftiTes Hal, 2 ShepardMarandaSjiinchrs f ROM THE GRAEFFtBERG COMPACT. rL i

Resolved, That we' will continuo to buy a force fully sufficient to with Very rich deposites have been found on the zuidei I of Ihe accredited sufferer to Phyrieian health are Ihe surest Herringfon, Nathaniel R B Sir: -You are aware that, as I originator of the L
cope any North Fork of the American ; and on thee reli Humphris, John Speer, James Graefenbtrg Company, I must have had
mv attention
of river. At
sparingly cotton, until better advices are numbers that the Russians and Austrians a ance H-er !'hould he placed. E calUd to the

received respecting the growing crop of the could have brought against him, especially if place been attended known a Smith's Bar, digging has Hostoi.Soil, bv Sole E.: RIXLEY&CO..Wholesale Drnijjjists, ludnelllis fopkih Mary Stout Spiatt., Lydia L t the public patronage.numerous I have Medicines watched presented with much to

United Slates. entrenched and with flanks secured by the with great good fortune.- Proprietorsand by their appointed A- Mr'Sarh' Smith, R B 2 interest' the introduction of the Canchatagua into

Resolved, That the stories about inundations morass and other/ advantages. But Georgy There is a story of a Baltitnorean, who but tntsl.ewhtrt Irwin, John M Smith' Patrick t this country by yourself; .and am free to.say that no

worms, short &c. all hum disobeyed and recently! arrived in this country, having taken LEWIS Jfc AMES, JacksonTobaa 2 Sharpie, S J Mciicine stands so deservedljiigh. as your extract;
crops, are theorder; remained several Sole Johnson, Mrs R of that inraluable
in one week, upward of Agents for TaI1ahasee.A. 1 Turner, Reuben plant. In my Dwfomi'l haveeen
6,000 in
bugs. days at Comorn, where he fought the gallant one and this gold from -----,- ---. ._- Johnson, Young 2 Townsend, Easter s its extraordinary efficacy, in cure of a con-
There was nothing new in the corn mar. hut unprofitable actions of the 2d and 11th spot, unaided and with common E.. 'MAXWELL- ---- Jones, L Truluck, Jason firmed case or Br"n is. For complaints which

kef f, though holders were rather firmer. July at Uj-Szony. This was the reason why mining implement The report is general. Jones, N S Vinzant, require the prompt and thoroagt. purification of the N

Kos.uth! recalled him from the command I ly accredited In .the North. The daily aver. /jLONIV: ),\ Johnson Mrs Boxanna Wilson, Jackson blood, I deem your Cant far, very far superior
under Johson, Miss
aze per man. from Ihe best authenticated 1TLL .Addline Williams,Nathan to any ant all the Sunapanlta of the day
NEW I the
YORlSt'pt.: 28, G p m. pretext of appointing him Minister of the E \ \ cuit. Middle Cir Johson, Mrs Queen Ann and with am acquainted.
t
The sales of cotton to-day) amounted, to War Department: when the cat of Government I I counts about in onr possession, can he safely set at journ.i. 'Hearting J i0111cc: 1o.m.Talhliasqee back of the Floridian' & Kincr., Paul Wiiam,1r_' Ci***.v\.T". alI Itt t-. MARSHA-------T-.T-- t

1500 Imlcs, at 11} for fair Uplands, and 12 was removed from Pesth to Debreezin, one ounce. TIerf are many: who do July 2s, 1510. 29 Kin Kennon, Wm Whir i'vYk'Y" .5 .
fur and thence far belter than this, while there are others ?, S D Ror-f FaO LAWYER d, ;
Orleans. Hreadttuffs firmer. to Grosswardein. I J : iE:7 ORTI1JPo
:
are lleZarOF was who Knf, Robt Walker, A B _
fccarc J
A tire broke appointed commander of the Jy procure this sum. Cotton. :MASSACHCSETT3.NORTHAMPTON. ,
out Key,
at Oawego, in this Stair, \'est Upper Micafer Walker Amelia
yesterday, which destroyed twenty stores, and Dambe army in his place, with Dembinski I The Mormon Island Association has near riIFundersigned is now fully prepared lo make King, Willis Wood, J.hn Dear Sir I have wished. ,Feb. 7. 1849. I f ff ffKOJI
long
\\'4s till burning at the last accounts.Correpoztdcnce as chief of staff. But in consequence of the I l ly completed in the dam at that point. It is friend-in 1 New York., on COTTON S. consigned F. to his LO'IzhridtE LarkinsPutnam Rev R M Walker Saml S might give"you an accurate account to of see the you remarka, that I, I

positions occupied by the Russians on the one I presumed thrse weeks tlt'y wi turn the October 6, 1519.) 3 BURNEY. Levy, Robert Whitehead.lr, ble cure of mj only daughter of violent. case of

[ of the Baltimore Sun.] Danube bank, and the Austrians upon (he other river from its bed. Shares thil work are Lain Rachel Wtch. Littleton' ni scrofula. She is now alirost three years of age. In
neither/ could reach Comorn. now selling for $5OOO. At the junction. of Wanted.ntin I.and!, Benjamin Wheeler, FG February last, putrid so 03 upon, the lips, face andglands ,
TIJE FLORIDA WAR What t the Forks .ibove tlm point is i another Association BALKS Lair.g, Jasper Yourman made their appearance, and increased, itu
motives
Georgy may have had for < 5 COTTON by the subscriber.jVlV ,. (rightful rapidity; one of her also became
eyes
o
WASHINGTON, September 16, 1819. remaining fourteen days in the entreanchmentof t for a similar purpose, and great number / for which the highest market price Loflon,WmOCJ badly ulcerated,that lo alt it could never .

(;':' ER.u. TxVtOK AND: THC FLORIDA J l.VMVNJ. Cmorn, (thereby risking being J are at work. will be paid. S. F. BIJRNIIY. : Persons calling for any of ,the above letters I again be restored. This continued appearance for six weeks,
completely On the Yuba river, about Octoter G, I l,19.! 39! will please say they are advert : : -U'-neial Taylor, notwithstanding; his! enveloped by the Russian and Austrian 50 miles from its horible hr.lnd hearts

.dUf'I 'i. his tahf a decided and active course t triple his numbers) does not appear. corps Per mouth, new washings, have been recently dis 10 PIECES DUNDEE BAGGING, October 6. t ISI-). 39 M.3t .SI P. :r this period parents we almost used SARSAPARILLA broken. During(the IN whole LARGE of

'ni!I ri'-rard to le! Strminole l his co'erfd, where it is represented: the \ ld(| Kentucky o'rlOcoils .
: : war. Brevet Ma.i haps object was to seize a favorable opportunity mints ( > S QUANTITIES the disease was not arrested in _____
(I,>.'i,ar.d! TA .,..!, who is in command in for rushing upon and cutting of! one or are highly successful.! On Feather river, also 3-1 R'e!! 7-S Osaabu gs, CITY HOTEL, the least. Whife the disease: was still' \ at its height. ,

:I": I ii; la. and who affects popularity, recomT more Austrian columns, in their much to O. di3o"eriel are reported to have been Just received Domestics11'and for.tale do. by I happened one day in to call at.the store of your very
gentlemanly
tiJiiJ a resort to a volunteer' force. Corn. fen. It is possible, also, that political considerations made. Oclob G, ISI'J. 3'J S. S. KNIGHT. manner in .which agent cur child thi'placerand was afflicted relating, he.advisedme the l _

iiiisi< ners from the Florida authorities/ proposed may have had weight with him, and Although the excessively warm weather t to make 1 trial otyonr an halagua. J.took but :
and applied for the same. But Old that he projected to act independently of Ko!. set il, is not accompanioLlIJ.the amount: Newand Fashionable Gods, one b'trk; l.nt'lg confidence In if,bat commenccd i

Za.cn, who knows something offlorida wars, suth's Government with his Be that ol sickness apprehended. But very. few cases I JUST RECEIVED per brig Ann Eliza, opened'I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ,giving,' it .; to your directions, stopping L

and is willing to save the public treasury from as it may, it is a fact that army.he did not quit L are believed to exist in the Sacramento p !,j''nURXKY..1 and icady for The inspection Ladies of at the(he city store and of S. V a j 'TiE subscriber hss taken charge of :this well swelling ail her visibly medicines: dtcreasealbe at once, andin ulcer jUt began fire days to heal the IS

plunder, has promptly decided that the whole Comorn until the 13th:) of July, and that in lieu valley. It rmy be that scurgu of fever xvill will do tell to call and *ce tl.e: Goods below country adrer-t establishment: and will do all in !Iii is: and she improved rapidly for three weeks,and to '

army fchbll lie sent to Florida, and the marines leaving a strong and sufficient garrison of be spared its citizens this season, a the win. '!; ti'ed.Printed, Cah pover and to give hit general iat"raclion. His rules are very great joy was apparently cured'less than two.fur
,
in addition to them before Iter inundations were not i if Superior Long Lawn charges wi as rolow9: bol lei having been used. Naming this case to some/
a volunteer 10,000 men, he from 18,000 20,000 I! BO severe as those :! Line 'or each separate 50 els.
force shall be called lef I of the preceding The heat i j Figured JB Tretd j and Laces I, of our incredulous friends,they seemed to think that
out. There under thus I year. is intense Ein board ,
are now Klapka, could only mike his i i Oriental, !Ladies and While per day $t 25 he cure mu.t have been effected by the use of the
two regiment of the army-one of infantry appearance Waitizen with about 25,000( notwithstanding. At Sacramento city the i Brocade! Silk Gloves, U. do. per week, 7 5 SARSAPARILLA, and it was not easy, under. the

and one of artillery-in, or en route to, Flori. men upon the 15th. He contrived, it is true, mercury ranges about mid-day, at the swel. ;:, S'jpr Fn'rh\paCu.: Ladies col'd Lisle Gloves I, do.do. per month week,,with without fire,l- 15 9 circumstances, to argue against that opinion : J ;

da. The companies are not full, and other to drive back .the Russian advance guard,under tering heat of 115 degrees in the sbadtf I I j Black Barpge do sup col'd kid d ) do. per with' ding., .25 W ed NOW be FOR THE PROOI. When the child a t
regiments will be Provisions: are in the !t SiMinsilkeamclianColorsJLinen, Cambric H'dkf5, logl 0 to perfectly ,westopped giving her your
soon ordered into the same Lieutenant General Sass, but could not make plenty mines, and our I "do. with separate rooms extract/ supposing all was safe but in I
Grode Swi ;
service. 'nformant states without doubt J, <&fla Ribbons, and fires, lwenty. vQ :_ _
good his the correctly thai I 35 OO days the
passage through corps ofPaskie- I Black Grode Rhine, sSdtin do same eruptions, running at the eye, and!
The Government' will conciliate and re.more witch,which had arrived at Pesth and its vicin goods may be obtained in Sacramento city at L I I Jaconet C nbric! I
at
the Indians, if practicable. The In. it)'. San Francisco prices. Business in the fnr.1 I Dotted SWt0 Muslin, >BI.ickSilk Visets. I I livery. ,per per week day, 3 50; .. I see creased if it would amount to any thing serious. I in. f >

dians have nut shown, as yet, much disposition 41 This may be as the mer place is brisk, and improvement rapidly Plain I. I month, 12 rapidly as .before. We again, commence
L her
regarded important I I October ft, J IS'19. 3 per : giving your medicine,and in five day,
to fight. moment of the whole campaign. From this going on. Town property, which three : Al transient person must pay weekly, Iran period of Time as before,) she began to grow better, .
General Twiggs has applied for mounted period all possibility concentrating the different months ago was sold for four hundred, now Fresh Groceries. persons without baggage must pay in advance. i and in about two weeks' w3veI again. From that t
,
men and he readily commands JOHN W. EDGE, Proprietor. day to this the child well.
has from
been authorized to mount a Hungarian between the Theiss ten tojljtcen tJiousand : GENNESEE FLOUR October 6 1545.
corps J
3 -It
dollars. '0 lLRRL : My father, Isaac Hodges, of North Adams, .
|Kiiion the regular I force. and the Lower Danube was at an end. Nowhere ?t do do a PHYSICIAN, came to see us with the l3S5. '
This. Indian war will !become could By the arrival gentlemen from the Stan : do St. do .,
a Luis. for
heavy they bring together an army exceeding MRS. DEMILLY prescribing her. but as we wet rising your med
charge on the treasury, and will be, as heretofore 30,000 men in number. Thus, in I 'sllau washings, we are furnished with the 3)JO kegs boxes GOlhen do Buln Cheese, icine with success, and f the child irnprovingrapidty.I ;
the delegation of ihe During lieu of being enabled to off gratifying intelligence that work continues he did not condemn it, his own prescription
army. cut their en -inies ) sack Java, Laiuira, and Rio Coffee, ube used in ;
J Extract taif V
the former Seminole war, a large number oftLe r in detail, they were themselves compelled to jrihk: on San Joaquin tributaries, and is alien : boxes Loaf Sugar. occasion for it case, and jour I am sure he dYe now recom-had n< :i

officers resigned. retire in isolated bodies behind the TheU_ ___*_._ ded with more satisfactory results I him Wa 10 lilils.( Crn-hedand Powdered do. tend your medicine in similar "i

t[:This cannot be ascribed to Georgy alone n the spring mining. The general health of .c(1o 10 do ..No.do 1 and co 2M.cbre Y TENDERS hr l t" her Your obedient aefranf, :
1
RESIECTFu.L
Tlie Governor of! Texas.-Co]. Bell, uho but to the overwhelming nnmerical numbers those in the mines remains good. 6dr| do do do public generally (thank qr liberal I I _HORACE J. HODGES. i

lifts lately been elected Governor of the State and long preconcerted dispositions of Paskie- botessmoked, llerrinss, patronage she has received formerly, suffer a con-
., 2 tinuance of I the same,she can confidently; that for R. H. WI SLOW, BASKtR,WALL 3T.t?f. T. i
Teias is claimed witch and TERRIBLE b-tkets fresh Olive Oil, y
'
the But SrrCTTEn
by Haynau. it 1
]
Whigs, aslJelong. was AT .
soon neces. the New
.UJNGTOJV'ar : boxes Candles coming season unusually trie attention will be York 14, t
JO Sperm Spt. 1843
ing to their pnrty; and several of the papers, sary abandon his line even. Those Hungarian about a chew of tobacco-Tlie. United 10 do Star Candles, given (to her business. Her shall not be snr- To Frederick A. Gay, Esq.: r I ';
I arting!; with the Richmond Whig have been troops which bad been drawn togeth. States and France arms-Great demand barrels Duller Crackers, passed by any of I this place.. Hunters will be coninnally My Deat Sir-I cneerfoHy comply, wiln your re* f
in real ct.tacie. But we are happy in being er, dispirited and disorganised by long retreat for a new edition of"Tom C rln.s spcec/tcs : do Water do employed during the winter for the wild quest in acknovtlfdginf, with others, tbe. benefit '
: o'f which I have derived from the "
able game the forest and for the feathered fpwl of the use of yonr Extract tl
to produce testimony to the were beaten by Paskicwitch -The. Peace Administration its I boxes No t Soap, .
contrary, at Debreezin, got bristles akes. of Canchalagua"or California pr! nl.. Its effects upon t .\
Skin and Teas
vhich c/fectually demolishes the glorificationof and by Haynau atSozegedon Temeswar. up.-We hope we do not disturb the tender I Malay Hyson*, Hyson Wine,Sicily Maderiado Gunpowder Her.rates of charges for board and board and lodge my system are evident and gratifying, and hare ;.

the Whig let.. The Pennsylvanian re. The seeds of approaching dissolution showed feelings of the Journal by the size of the Albany Ale, St. Croix Rum, "ng per day, week, month or year, shall be sat isfac. induced me to recommend its nse.to tnjr triends; and ..,
, marks: themselves in the numbers of prisoners an i leading of this article, but really the telegraphic New Knland do., American Gin, lory to her patrons. I I atn pleased to assure you th'ah no j.otace bare j ; t,
: A stable, with ostler, is attached. I[ been disappointed in ifs'emcaey. 1 do not hesitate .
A brother of one of the editors of this pa. deserters. news from Old Zack's gm'ernmen is 10 hurels Cumberland Whiskey, September, a"o. 33 6m in my confidence in its remarkable medicinal! qualities ."
!
per, a neighbor of Col. Bell All at last fell back of so tragical a nature that 5 i M best Cigars.Just ,and f
the Governor upon Arad, where? we cannot help received. and far sale by (state that I believe It wilt b found lo b
: elect of Teias, writesihat Bell is as good a Georgy bim&eJfarrived on the lOih or 11th, making our article pretty much I aU b ad" October, IS 19.m: C. s. K rHT. 'Now Opening"T an, uceHen.t. md1 inmost cases of jieae orb I

Democrat as ever lived. know this, as I I with his exhausted troops after having sue. 'as we think big h arIa, with/ brains in them atthat T \ lte.t style black Silk Visets, black and in, the purification kidneys, in pnlmonaf affections aIs f'
of the
"
&c. That ,
I 'served with him in the Indian war of 1839- ceeded in making way unobserved, (and IP I are much needed at this time 3 sUUU nnn YARDS GUNNY Dundee AGGNG. JLl white 'tat ladie dresses, superior embroidered merit in the Introduction! booB invaluable plant your

i 40and through the Mexican war, while our I from the Russian Bulletins, unsuspected..) f, by The truth is, the French minister at Washington 2,000yards" Sea Island I Swiss i party dresses superior embroidered colored ma be appreciated is thft sincf wish of I J

: state< Rangers guarded the Uio Grande fron. Losonex, 1iscolez Tokay, Debreezin, and I was appointed by the provisional gov. 2,00 100 Ibs. Bagging and Twine, rich bonnet SWIM dresses Ribbon, superior, black and..vhite mourning dotted Muslin bonnet, ) Yours sincerely, RII.:{ WINSLOW. t j j

,; tier He is not only a good soldier, but accomplished le had marched nearly 400 ernment of France, and is radically democratic Jut received per brie Su\nnne and for sale by Ribbons, fancy silk Buttons', black Gimp, velvetIrinfming fnrnia(Pamphlets, with containing a description of Cal; I l
together infoimation ;
man. We all voted for him on miles in 25 days, (frpm Comorn, by (be circuitous find does not suit the tory administration October 6 ISt 119. 39 S. F. BURNEY. Ribbons. lation to the CAJJCH.\LAOUAits interesting i } ::1:

the eastern border with a rush. route first mentioned, to Arad,) and I t in sentiment. His recall was expected, Committed Jail Just received per schooner Vincent from New and curl are GIVEN AWAY at eiarkblefnc !?, ,

The Daily News also states : sustained three severe rear.guard combats at: on complaint, but Napoleon is more knave N Monlicello, Jefferson York,and for 29 sale, 1 1519-by 39 S. BURNEY.. .i Sold by LEWIS .GENCIE AME .
Ctunly, a September
We notice that, in his address to his fellow. Waitzen, Miscolcz, and Gesthely, before he than fool, and refitted to do it, and hence this woman,'-who ayl.bp belongs to William negro October S Agents, Tallahassee, foridi; \ f

ciiizcns-published previous to the election, disappeared beyond Tokay. By Georgy's are "tempest in a teapot." But as the block iI Rogers, GadsJen. C unly, and I hat her: TAGGING & ROPE-Just received: 6,1840. 39 im \ .

he avows himself to belong to the Jocofoco rival near Arad, the concentration of the rent beads at Washington are in for a war, we is NANCY. Said Nancy is about 22 of: I .0 50 Ps. Bagging,
party- the nants of the Hungarian force certain hope they will not back Fight 23 years old, darkcnmptexion/and very likely: was 50 Coils Rope, Sale by Mater in 6hrincery.
promuing at time that to
same he was a I a. or no taken Monlicello 100 bis.Twine, .
the 1st of Octoberinst.
un near on day
: order of the Superior Court of Leon
will not be controlled degree effected but in where the fight is now the question; and no A full of the BY County
by partisan feeling in u position taaionng! The owner will please come forward, prove supply above artice wi be keptconstantly in Equity, I wilt offer at public safebefoie
adminUtcring the los of a decisive battle after the hope the who and take her on handduring the .
state Government.-AVic -especially \'e ZachariahVasbiig'.on 1 property' 'pay charges away. Court Hoi in Tallahassee on the frt .lordaY1
1'oriM'eeli, Globe. successes of the Uusian in Transylvaniamust are so opposed war, wi ftick to rrian, WILtAl WEST S. S. KNIGHT. December next, the following propert : ..

-- have been followed by the total destruction niifl he the t first In ; Wft.' anrmint_, .' ___n 'Fmn_._.. October 6, 1919. 3;
ALL ix TUB WRONG.-Diplomacy: nevermore ol the enfeebled and discouraged army, Corwiu to a generalship-Delano to a rurnel.cy NEW GOODS; New Fall and Winter Goods. anSfou'r aaianasseeIuv. negto, slaves rCJI,(viz: met Jt and lP.1IIUII her children, Lt4.,,

"'a., completely muddled than in the who could have have had no point of retreat, -and Judge Tbrawll shall he Captain THE UNDERSIGNED Informs his customer and The above sale is i for partition among the heirs and

taiis: ::: of !Mr.\ Clayton. The genius ofconfu. no) chance of succor or relef Falstaff and the junior of that office as' sutler JAMES B. public gi-nerally, that be has agent of experience distributees of Samuel' Bryan and of Leah Atkinson.
lion" seems to Even supposing Hungarianforce -and by permission of Patton the first GAL and capacity, in the cities of New York both deceased. The negroes wi Be sold.for c sT'*
He preside over all his enterprises. had drill will take in Mayor TS receiving by the Ann ,Vincent,Lucy,Ocilla, and Boston for the purchase of goods suited to this and the lot on terms made on the day of sale:
cannot take a step without treading on his attempted to attack .the Austrian place Sugar Alley this eve. J. Suwanne, &c..tc., a large supply of.fall antI market ; and that he will, in a few days, be receiving Pcrchasers" to pay fot ti.iE papers. ,. .
"'n or somebody else's heels. And while be army, no good results could be anticipated. ning, at the usual hour of liquoring.-Ohio winter' Goods, ,'tiichhe invites his customers and i and will continue' to receive,during Ihe fall and BE'J..F. WHITNER' ,

MI the faulty, in perfection blundering into Georgy's capitulation bad become a moral Statesman. the public to examine. A few gallon of that rid winter r large and well assorted stock of, "MERIt in cl' 'ltrv.
difficulties necessj/y/ -not in strict French Brandy jet u'nsold. CAN, BRITISH. FRENCH. GERMAN, ITALIAN Srpftbf 29, tS4J- 33 lOw
be is altogether;; without that gov. from bis 1 sense, perhaps The whigs have been boisterous in their September 2\., lS- 39 AND INDIA GOODS, embracing every article,staple .
erning good) luck I bat helps some people to being hard pressed by Iludiger, of admiration of or fancy, usually sold in this market. The facilities LOOK AT THIS.
}blunder out of them. Why is all the world upon whom he had gained two marches, and professions I pacific policy. NEW GOODS; which he now possesses for keeping on handa

buzzing angrily about the Secretary of Slate 1 who had received order to advance with They represent General Taylor a I man: of TJER.SEYS, Lin .yi, Plains, Osnab'u'rgi, Blankets, constant supply of new and desirable goods enables .
Even Billy Bowlegs could Hand his rule caution in the direction of Arad, but because peace, indisposed to war, and altogether for a .[ _.Mariner's St ii1.( ITickings,Brown a'n'd Bleached him to offer mucTi greater inducements to his S IIEV.D.L.iVUITEJR;, .
''UCamancbes: not ; ultimate resistance would have been a wanton policy conciliatory to all nation Some peo- Shining and Sheetings, Fancy Cashmer, (Irish Lin friendsand the public,both in prices and assortment, 'atS; announces:to the public that he is trarei'sJL -
for the first time, brave the assorted Satinets than heretofore. These;with to business jng the counties,
pie h ive 8ed apprehensions, that' (this AlpacasTloiiery, and Tweeds.Just srichtenlion of Florida a DA.GUERiJAN -
United sacrifice of blood
epr
Slates; France could not even discuss a reckless disregard to in. cant about will invite the received,and now opening,per ahr. Vincent he hopesi receive (or a liberal share ARTIST, prepared to wan on a i individuals :' 7
question of tobacco, and salvage on a little vitable necessity. Of his not being hard press. peace aggressions of from New York/ and for sale by of Al o'rder promptly! executed, and at the/! homes. aiid will gtfarane&( a pooJ pic-

Merchant: vessel, with him, but there must be ed by Rudiger, we have irrefragable proof; other nations.Ve ,have no apprehensions Srtmbr.2W1S19.. 39 S. F. BtJIINEY. every effort to give satisfaction. The under tufe, of no change tor his trouble; and will! go into'
on this subject. Other nations understand signed will also ptirchasecomton or make liberaladranceson neighborhpod where
talk any there half dozen
/ of for in order to consummate the of are.a
|"were war, and stocks go down five per cent. I- ac lurren.I the hypocrisy and demagoguery of the whig Potatoes; ; Onon&d< shipments' to his friends in New York.s. will have pictu're.i if notified b'y letter, at whO w

well if this were the end, but) it is only S too well to venture 1 Irish F. BUIEY.Sptemb'er see, ? at MadTion to
lt Tented, party: anything 1'0 BARREL Polato a Yur
c ; upon
beginning of the end. Summay-Ccog 45,0 20Oj i.- 15'I.9. 38Education. whereabouts.j Can make
The Chilian Mia- \' ; ) Let Taylor show the .,' a, good picture at any Lg.
; slightest
e,40.000j;
1101er> has been put out of ( )symptom's( JOO sacks Liverpool Salt. Just received and for Cabin Florida, tf> :declaMtlons ,of any
tech total I Of these '
temper, and they ,',0 ,162,000 men. about 'JO- his and the
that say belligerent propensities little contrary( notwithstdiag. l
too is every sale by SF.. HURNEY. Ipstniclsoagtvenw.theartanJan.aparutusfurnished
a 000 The field ;
oft lite grave matter. Betides,the King consisted were 300. or mounte.. h"of the artillery: and big whig organi begin to belch out September 29, IS-9. 9'IIE cltbns: of Tallahassee and vicinity are repeclu'ty at from $7S ta
Mosquitoes! ha, been lectured about the pieces. troops fire and 3 JL informed that the exe/cises of the W. Price of Picture from $t V) la $4.
: 'Ig lttilJn of the at least were llooved, and.not.hal the remainder see our pious and Male under the direction
n:1 San Juan river and and instruction ofIheRerWiLXJAM eteaer29,1S1g. 33 3t
Great For1 Sale. ,
as (perfectly disciplined.t peaceful neighbor out with a'flag and a drum, NEILwiIIbe n Monday ; _
I n'gh' patron, has taken up the matter in lie was supposed .late a the 6th and 7th.to followed by a' crowd of boys'and negroes, iais. ; HOUSE AND'LOT formerly occu the 1 at of October resttd rorsalo, -

'' key which makes ibis, prrbapstbe have been npao the right Theiss batIk above. Tokay r ing tr for glorious : ,Peaceful ; .b1 Ju'tfga Broome, known as the The'next Bessfon. of the Termsir"n3I. Academy
7 wont of all Mr. -thence the 4th Russian Sale's division company \\ar. A ttwi M.lN.aboot 23 years of age,
11.11. Chjton's afEiirs. All cprprand indeed !I. In his b6 @TUE property very desirablejresidence under the instruction of Mr. F. A.NEIL, will con, good bT
belligerent fury would bitea carpenter .
"a MI tuomhi !Charleston! moecflrtlat.direction;and'the former reached To- : : F -afply t t. B. C. LEWIS I mcnce Ibe tat Monday in OcfobcrTallahassee (
Mcrtury, : ttb. tonpcnny nail in ttfo, and llicn! sWear bis ; :30' t Sept. t 5, JS49. :3'5-6w' I Slrremer 1, :319. S.]1 S. KNIGHT.- %


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) : -- GEORGIA., THE 'f &
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MEDICAL COLLEGE
,-tt i LAFAYETTE BURR MILL STONE 3 cltg. j ORIPIA' be offered at Auction numerous.tracts of A man *y &. D&III.l1 C/s', bias njagei _... ?_, l
Jcgal ttrtgt
Session of lS.D.O. PUBLIHED IATURDA' WILL aaB of tbe name of$. f.
COMPA.VY and times following Townsend. and DM hU -
;;::1' M.l.YOFACTURL\"d' - Land, at the places s. :
'p IL Sampanlla. whieh they call Dr.Tow... SarsaparinL
: D01.TOC" DUILUING,RIVER ST. FOOT OFWIUTAKKR fBAVANiTAIi of Florida. rpHE next Course of LECTURES will bp com- TERMS : ,viz: *
Middle Circuit denominating OFJfVIJfR.
Ordinal. TWs TowiaeLi
in Novem. next. etc.
JL menced on the FIRST MONDAY At 1'ennacola on the 4th December taao ,
OUO. .
: ,,f': Leon County Circuit Court.-In ClI n crry.! ber, and continue until_ Iho first of Match follow ing.FACULTY. THREE DOLLARS per annum, paid in advance. U Milton, Santa Rosa County, on the Cth Dec r.Eucheeanna doctor and never was; but wu formerly a worker on hll.
!1r.I11J1r.. THREE AND A HALvifiaiIl within six months. a' Co. on the 10th ,. road*,canal*,an* ale. Yet ha t.nm.the title of Drfc. !
Walton ,
.' :ujll"I AKA MARIA TRABEWELL, r JAMES: D. TRADE- FOUR DOLL.n if not paid until the end of theyear. II Roach's Bluff, Washington County, on the the purpose fitlnlnc crKUi*>r what be U noC Tab U teto- .

f WELL, Administrator of William Tradewell.TT GEORGE M. NEWTON M. D., Professor of:Anatomy lieu elM r"V.le: Mt kt te bwiTeJ. and purchase aone bat

;. ,'I I'f' appearing 'to the Court on the adidavit of comI. and Dean ol the Faculty.L. fjCJ- These teams will be rigidly adhered to, and 13th December. the 15th Decr. OKJTUIJfr. ORIOJJfjIL OLD Dr.J.va>b Tewnend-t SwJ.Tarilla r
Jacj on
', _ plainanf's Solicitor that the defendant in the A. DUGAS, M. D., Professor ol Physiology and no paper will be discontinued until the all arrearages Suh-are At" Marianna Lett'sMilU, Lalhoun on County Co.,,on the 17th. .* having on It tie OM Dr'. 11tI...**. hit ftnlly coat II I
ol
: abovestatedcatiedoes not reside in Florida but in Pathological Anatomy. paid, unless at the option publishers. the 19th arias and his signature aeroM the coat of arm*.

\ .' the State of South Carolina It ft OrJrred, That the ALEXANDER MEANS, M. D.,'Profeor of ChemNtrv scribers wiII be received for three months at One Quincy, Gadsden County, on the 22d '* ?rici,1 r 0;", IW.V. : order for (the Tallahassee Leon County, on
\ and the i and Pharmacy. Dollar six months at 1 50. Every ,
said defendant answer complainant's "
., 'f.: appear be withthe Monticello, Jefferson Co., on the 27th
__ jill on or before the first day of 11mhprntxtotl- I. P. GARVIN, M. D.. Professor of Therapeutics paper out of this county must accompanied the 29th "
; t of Madison Court House, on S-a
Tor Medica. cash, unless the order comes through any our .
and Miteria
erwiso the same be taken ..
: ',... is further Ordered may:That this notice 1"0 1 be,published"in .D. FORD M. D., Pro-essorof the Institutes and regularly authorized agents in the State. Jasper, Hamilton County, on the 1st 3d Jany." a
i Columbia Co., on Ihe
Alligator,
some new spapcrjirinted in the Circuit of Practice el Medicine.

C" Florida for four months 3 preset 1icMl4 h'lw. JOSEPH A. EVI, M. D., Professorof Obstetrics ADVERTISEMENTSWill TERMS :-One fourth payable at the time of sale,

:; THOMAS n.\I Judge. and Diseases of Women and Children. be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square and the balance in three et\ual\ annual instalment ,

.1 iit July iethl 1 iqc'- '. PAUL F. EVE, M. D., Professor of (the Principles, of twelve lines for the first, and' fifty cents for each Persons desirous to know what psrticular'lractsare 1 .c_

.. A true copy. Atlent : D. McR.AF.NY. flcik.July and Practice of Surgery. subsequent insertion. A reasonable deduction to be sold, will be furnished with hand-bills on

t 1. r it t. t.' t 21 Jslu.-2S fiyJ. B. KFFN, D. C. I II. F. CAMPBELL, M. T., Demonstrator of Anatomv. will be made on legal notices estate not ice*,yearly :, application to the Post Masters at Ihe above named
', to t the subscriber at Tallahassee,by letter
) notices without alteration, by persons having place or
1 _____' D., Assistant Demon- postage paid.
: < t _ __ ; '\\i, : I t In Middle Judicial Circuit of Florida. nODFnt CAMPi1ELL.l1 regular accounts with of candidates Ihe office. for office, FIVE JOHN BEARD, Register
", strtor. All announcements
f d t : t GaiJ"/len County.-To Fall Tn.t 1849. .- Course of Lectures upon Medicrl Jurisprudence DOLLARS-invariably in advance. No attentionwill of Public Lands for the Stale ot Florida.) II

f, II : S _ Robot L. Edmonds:) Suit by attachment for the will be deliveied by Professor G \RVIN. The Faculty be paid) to any order for announcement,unless Tallahassee, Aug. 13,1S19. 32-3m

", I: :: ill Ji : r.,. > sum of STt'ii* 20.( will endeavor to make their instruction: a demonl.ati'e accompanied with the cash. 33- The following papers will publish the above \ !

iah Smith. ) Bond in fc'l ,GOO.TII' as possible. All relisious marriage, and obituary| notices published once a week (lor three months, and send .their accounts \ I

,: :". .l' i: P ; =S : Ir7(1 i: defendant and all other interested, Requisites>llor Graduation as heretofore. gratuitously' hut editorial nutire for private to the" Resister i r :" I;. I -- -
IT persons :
t heri-by notified off he institution of I the above Board may be obtained at from $l3 to $17 per benefit, will be charged as advertisements. The papers in Pensacola, Marianna and Apalachicola -

,! suit by t'attachment, and are require to appear and month, every thing included. ; the Savannah Georgian and the Republican ; OLD) DR JACOB TOWNSEND
1 The fees for I the entire course of Lectures, including Charleston Courier and Mercury ; Mobile Registerand
the dccldration filed therein within the WORK.
lo t Jon
plead DISCOVERER OF THE
( Matriculation THE OKlm
Ticket are $115.1 and the
Hopital Columbus Times Ga..
the Advertiser ,
".: ;; 'hand and for ale ttURR STONES time pie ctibrd by law. Pa ted July J7IhIS-HI.I > betaken well to execute Job Work, such ;
WILL keep on : ticket, (once only,) $5. Pracliall\natom (to We :are prepared Raleigh Standard and the Register. Genuine Townsend Sarsaparllh.OH .
.4 15 inches to 7 f'eltmI we judge it sufficient P.W. WHITE, PJr.s1v.. once only,) $10. as bills, cards, blanks, pamphlets,.c.,with neatness
I recommendation to 1000 sot of thfuc July 21 IS 19. 2S institution All work of this description lr.Townsend Is now about 70 yr rs of i IIrp. wad hit hint
ta. The friends and alumni of this are invited and despatch. men known us Ibe AUTHOR and fJISCOrErtKR .( tvVK.VUI.YK .
;:I tone* have been *od! in the 'ta'f1 of,G* orKii i Alabatna. to send to the Faculty, during the course of except for person having yearly accounts with Improved McCarthy Gins.WARRANTED. ORIOI.Y.1L ''Q IVX.Sias.ip.sgj..

.. North and South Carolina, and Virginia, eivini State of Florida.--Monroe County. Lectures, in indigent circumstances who Ihe office mu-t be paid for on delivery. l_l." Being pour, he was com pelted h limit Iti imnufiu-tarv,by
f sali-factiou for both Corn and person S hich ineHns it baa brea kept out of market and the AIn irStnvicribed
,. ; the most perfect SmithMowry, ) may require surgical operations, as proision has has the subscriber U> thone only who had pntved iu worth. *nd ki twU
Wheat. r*. S BILL IN CHANCERY. been for their accommodation whilst under For New York. A YEAR'S experience given y& tle. U hud reached the ean of raAnr.. Mvtnhfle..
September, 1 840. 3S : r Joseph Lawlon. ) rae( a perfect knowledge of these Gins, and repea- Ihmo persons who hud been healed of tnn dis.sei, and iavc4
tieatment.Bv
..r' led experiment has not only showed him all the defects from death pruclaimed Ira.rellenf and wondcrftil
to mcbvalfidaiit: that Law-ton ) of the Board.
Joseph
appcarin
.:: : Sale of Florida Lands, IT defendant in thei filcil in the above cause, re'id's 01)1 G.;.M. NEWTON, D< an.Augifla 6 but that has enabled him the to best overcome Roller Gins them.in the liebelieves Knowinr. many HEALING yrar* *:o. that POWER.he hudy by hit tkilf. i..nt.

out ol the Slatt of Florida, and in Europe : Ga., August IS. 1S49. 32-4v, they are anti expenenre devised nn article which w nt>l be of btnk.
and 1oi and Whams in ApaJachicohi.TT will satisfaction
city of
world and feels confident that they give -
lf It M OrJirrtl, That said defendant aijear| and, an- )kible ndvantnee Iu mankind wben lbs mma wmildniched be tie
; will olfor fur to one disposed to try them. to hrinz it Into universal notice when Its |tserj.I '
llR: Land any ,
t Apalachirola Company sv\er the aid bill within t the lime picsciibed by law, Medical Department REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between them virtues would be knoiwi appreciated. This tun* ha come
A. sale at the in City of is THE Owing to increased labor and expense on "
shall be cOllle It
Mtlchantl' FAfhanpe llhE otherwise it taken pio so. further will the mean Are supplied ; this
Yoik and St. Maiks and Newport,
New YorK, on Wi'dne daytlie I I llthdiy t i of July no\t, Onlrrrtlt, That a copy of (Isis oidei' be publi>.h- Of Ilampden Sidney College, Richmond, Va. fall trade the subscriber is compelled to raise the price to one UR.iN) .AN/ lJ.Y/oQU-fl.l.T.P; PRT.P.ffUT1'V''II
of the
at 12 o'clock, and on the following lays, about IOIHJ ) commence running at the opening hundred dollars. J. JL JAKROT. t maiiuractnred no the Inr;ett"ale and is called tujiit tlan'llIfI.
; ed I in some punted I in I the Si at cot Florida T'IIE twelfth annual course of Lectures in this
b newpaper and continue throughout! the entire )ear, tjz: ; the lenfth and hrendth of the land,especially as It U fuaadinenpatle
31 Sw
Iota in the City of Apalachirola, as described on the once a moot h foi nine month h,*. .I_. institution' will commence on MomayOct! <)!>or Brig WARCALLA, Jos.ehn 1 Master, Quincy, August ll,1S19. of aeeneratii>n or deterioration.

of the City. Many 1 of tHe lots are on (the Bay JOS B LNCASTER, J. 1SI'', and continue until the middle of Mach.R. "'- OCILLA Trim: do. L'nlikc Joui-e :. P Townseod'.." improve with sjt ai4
mal River and for renidenceH never chnes'bnt for the better;because ills prepared.M.i
.
are I n.
among -stMarch2S. 1S1U.! CHARLES
e Ino.l.dsirabc Key JudgeSo.Cii.FaTHOP. L. BOH ANNAN, M D., Protestor of Obstetiics LUCY, Hosmer, do. H. BUNTING, (.lie prinetplti by a icmtift ... The highest knewlwtf o*
as well a" purposes bU"I.t. F. KIM, S'l. for Cotnp.I". and Diseases of Women and Children.L. SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (new,) r. Chcmiilrv' and the latest. discoveries of tae art. have all beioroapb. "
.J/.w.tlie Wharvej,and Wharflighti belonging' A true copy fioui the minute* : W. CI I I M. D., Professor of Ma- co do. ) lL/.iI Jil )r. nu ,reqituttton in the nmnnfreinm .( the Hd IV5ai .
BEIA'YNI; WACISSA, Perry, (new.
the Company, in (front of tIlt City. W. C. MALONEY, Clrrk. J\M his professional services to (Ihe citizens i ir.lU. The anpnnilii Hurt ills well known to medical
.
.llso, the un Md Lots or Tiactsof Land: on St. II. HICKC I D. C. ( kl.S. These Brigs are built in the most substantial manner OFFERS nen.rontains ni.iny medicinal prnjierbe and same prnperce.ivhich .
April 1 11. 15 By L. M. D. Profes-sor of nd Florida. lie will attend with des and which if retruaed la
the dcjcriliodon MAUPIN, ChcrnUtry expressly for I tiiis i trade, and are commanded by are inert nr ules, others. pr -
Gourde's Sound, or nJY,adjoining city, Phaimacv.CHARLES I and and patch to any calls that may be made upon }him, and p-irin It f>r use, pruductrj* .rol.. aa4 .ei'which is >
careful Captains. Freight
Clr ol 15" lots by 11. B. KIT. cxpeiicnced passage feme of the %of Sanapanlla
a ) ma.it Notice. the properties
map survey ninon V> systwiu.
l BELL: GIBSON, M. D., Professoi, perform, with care and skill, all operations! entrusted -
These lolsvaiy in fcire from 3 too acres each, and : at (Ihe lowest rales. Aeerit*- ". to toat& that they entirely evapuntie; and are lost in lb.
desirable, cultivation..Jso weeks after dale, I will make application to Surgery and Surgical Anatomv. COE, ANDERSON & CO., l to him. His prices will be as moderate and liberal preparation. If thy are not pretrrvrd by a totmtoft fnttn.

are \ery buidintilt or I SIX Hon. Judge of Probate for JefTeison county, CARTER P. JOHNSON, M. D., Professor of Anatomy 10 Beaver street, New York. as they can be made, consistently. His residence known only t.. tb..tIe e |*nented illl iu nmourXcture. )Moreover
: the unsold the .
muf on I these r-tlattlt p..ei."u. which By irtTui v.ipor. or as *a .ibatit,4fl. -
fur Letters of Admini-tration on ihp Fstate of Farjuhar and Pi yniolony. at present, is Quincy,where communications ;
Apalachicola River,about 3 miles %rom City, as JOHN DEN1IAM.McNAUGIIT: under heat are the very u.etii...eal prvptrtut nf theriHii
described on the map or surtey made by R. U. Ker, Macrae. deceased. JOHN M. SMITH. DAVID H. TUCKER, M. D., Professor of Thc f )' & ORMO.VD, will be received by him,and immediately attended to. whi.-h give to it r": it* "" .
AH ust 25.1SIU.1 3=JNotce. and Practice of Medicine. Any pwnon ctn Mil or stew the root rill they jret a dark tntant
each lot being ,:11( feel in length and 2.:0 fed in Newport. K E F 1: R i: x c E s : liqiiMi. whu'fo is nwire I imi the ...,.: maIler ui th. mot UUM
\vidlh. They ale eligible for v\oi>d-aidjsliip-\aids A. E. PET1COLAS, 1 D., Demonstrator of Amt- Newport, Ausust 12, 1 S4 9. 4 lion. CHARLES W. DOWNING Tallahassee. from any thins else; 'hey can thrn sinun this Insipid i* vapt4liqn'.d.
_. ._
&c. oiny. : "---- ----- sweeten witn onr ,u.'i.-',. nnd thrn call I it "SAkV

rw.mms.'IRO. St.'inent', Thnd, Jjini; opposite the SIX months after datt undri nfd. executor The Museum, Apparatus ami illustrations for the GEO. H. BESTWICK, Gen.Col. W.C.T.11.STOCKTON DuPONT Dr.Dr. J.DAVIDSON L. SHIELDS, SArARIU.EXTRACT, known as th* Of syuw'at such isavltiltarlirle

'I I mouth of the river Apalachicola, coutainil/an area (lie la'.t will and testament of Lewis Saun.derdeceaad deinonMiator I departments have iccoMly receucd Wholesale & Retail Grocery & Provision Dealer, It E. GIBSON Esq., Rev. J. PHELPS GENUIM: OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSENDSSARSAPAR1LLA.
The
of 11S91 1 acres, (excepting 1 Icres told,) \" a late of Leon county.will present his many additions, and are now very complete. Mr. THOMAS II. IIODGKISS Quincy.Anjnst .
thrifty growth of Live and other trees, and! final accounts and vouclu-isto t the Hon. Judge ol facilities (lor Practical Anatomy areunsurpaswlThe TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Th. is so prepared that all the inert properties .f the gar .
11 1519. 31 3m
much feitile land, uitdble (10 the | of CIton. Leon Prbale CO"I t. and ask to he discharged. Clinical advantages are fully commensurate T7 EF.PS constantly on hand, and for sale at the -. fapanlia root are lint renmved every thIns cnpnble of beeoiuinfacut
11.\11 ------- -- f ( rmenVttion. Is extracted and
f>r then
i> rejected
Su ar, Tobicco.tlieTropical; 1;. for GJnlcl LEWIS M, SAUNDKRS, Executor.: with the wants of the student and spccidl!> callable JV lowe l cash price, for cashall the articles in Tobaccos.A particle of medical; virtue is seemed in II pnre and;cvHiceatmtedItirni every

cultivation.Tfrmxof. July 21. IS 19. 2'GinNotice. to those picpaiingtp: practice at (the South- I this line! bu infs3. Floursof best 1 qualities ar, ; and thu U H rrmlerrd incapable of Innm;anjr of its valuable

Sale.-Ten per cent in cash, on the Liy Clinical Lectures are given Twice a week in lie Cotee! Tea" Bacon Hams, SoapCandles,Nuts, Rai FULL supply manufactured Tobaccos,just received and he.ilinz pmpgrt.es. Prepared in this way it is nude the

of sale, antI\ on \ puirhaw* not exceeding $:lft t he College Infirmary, (winch; i is in immediate contfjsii- ; sins, Lard, Whiakcy, and all other articles usually and for sale hvMcNI'tJ'Glll' RJU I powerful Cure ngent of innumerable in the diseases.Hence .

balance) in cash :' t I the deeds ty with I the College,) and once week in (the Rih- : found in similar eta 1isIIID.nls.11 wanting & ORMOND. .
in''JdJ\tllleaftr\hel OIX) Months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. persons the reason why e hear cnniuirniUtutns on every side
will be On'al purclia!
credit of one and year. will be given for one- discharire fiom the r.dmini tialoi- hip 111 -soccuuin; in Southein ;practice arc met wjh| invited ti> call and price (them before buying in the cure ofCO.'SI'MFT1OA' .
my upon nTSPF.rM.: and r.irER Co.
0' Iialf of the purchase money, $the balance to be pail! tin- |roods, chattels t and estate of Thomas Knight t, and I the !t llll< ha-dhe,t most eligible oppoiluniiesof t elscwhcie. ALEX. C. MORTON, r/_*/.\ and in R lIE U.M4 T1.c..1I. CnttfVl-1. TILKS.cosTirrjvKs .

in ash in2I) das a 1'1 the saIl, when in cases where derra' "od. ROBERT BUTLER, Adm'i. Ill-coming acquainted with their tpes| ali trial- Store formerly occupied by L. & II. Greenberg Attorney> at Laiv, & Commissioner a ti cvT.ixr.uvs r.Rvmtxs tvtPL.X.S -
the i is ( will be taken iiuntThe! fiequency of Surgical operations bdore Monroe and Jefferson streets. HLUC:1'1I:,. and *:U atVctuiu* nrmnj fren
$2'tOj
purchase & Co.
Ifs. corner
no'Cs IH'h) 21 I, I 151 19.!) 12- in; facilities of IlL'ods for Florida. IMPURITY THE BLOOD.It .
wilh the f.r
for the credit portion, payable one and 1 two '('an;, the ctas sf together ( wllnllilJ May 12, 1 S !' I'.i.Groceries. .
t treatment of Surgical caes, renders t fjCJ: OFFICE AT COLUMBUS, GF.ORGH.-:) !xv? "s es a nvtrvellnnv eflkaev in all utw|"l4int4 arp'int fmnhiit'tstioA
with interest ( and
at cent contracts tIlt .,
--
tAr
(per per annlt (t uifciity "f $ tomrk from nnrqnal circnliv-
ccbauZed-lee&k to be delivered when the p.iincntx y- Notce. the best Schools of Piaclical: Sur dY. &c. [ give faithful attention to such business lIon. detenuinn Olin i>blootl u>the hmd.pnlpilatum of the hetK.

are completed. On all purchases of ifiujl: SIX weel\ alter ( make application to Cn \noi-Mtiiculatinta I $.;, Tickets of the Prof"ol" WILL\ be entrusted to him, in the Co'irts of the cold fret and haD Js,cold cnilb! and hot dashes over the body. It
( ( t I,,' Hoi. Judseot Probate lor Iadj'on ', Practical l0 Gradu4ionFee : ? BAGS RIO COFFEE, has D.t us equal in CuliU and Cvaglii; and pmrnotn enjjr etpectnralion -
-: and-iipwards' the lin'rpt in 20( days CVmnly BIl:, Anatomy) $ I it Chatlahoochee Circuit, Georgia, composed of the ami sentie pftsnrttiiia. reliiinz str.ctwe of the
: arter the sale, and bond- and mOl tgaP i 1.11 fort I IIPrrMit foi )liltctsot I( Adiiiiiii- rat ion on th<> I:.!ate of .John 21. Board, including lights and servants' y do. St. Domingo do. Counties Mnscogee, Harris, Talbot, Stewart and lunz' tltrn.it. unit every other; ptrt. : .

portion payable in one and two bears, with J. BO\CP: dtceacd. JOHN C. .kGEI.e.: attetidame, may lie obtained alf3ifo-lj 5 do. White Java do. Marion ; and in the Counties of Russell, Macon and But In nothing n its exerllence more manifestly seen and*c
: May I is ISI'J. lil-Gw week. S. :MAUPIN, M. D. 2 do. Brown do. do. kao l"died this in ail kinds ami sine .r
I. interest at Ii J per per annum. : Harbour, Alabama.
cpnt
FEMALE
\ 2 BbN. crushed Sugar, COV1PL.UNTS.
The whole of property i is unincnmbeied. I I Dean of the Facul y.Augiist 2 Boxes Loaf do. August IS, IS 'JO. 32-6m !! ,. 'Ss ti.n.ll/r"ln 0.011lb..ow If"i'". FallrtgcJlt

I a patter the "Forbes' PUlchaE" belonging 1 I ic, I 1P-19. 32-.Jw IF-i-b OJ tMlC"'l SU7fJrt".t4. > Box and Pine Cheese !
Gjshen Butter Apple
Notce.SIX -
Apalachicola Land Company. The title i is denviM -. upepeuor Medical Notice. 'H me mell"ru,1 ller&i>. and the like; Bad w a* edectual.ring
Months! after I l apply to the Hon. Family Flour, Cider and White Wine Vinegar n .-. aft) the!.mL' f-fid.t'y Itiieiun.By .
of Louisiana.
from the Spanish GO\.tmpnt, confirmed by of Probate for t the Comity). of Jellt-isoufor, University ,Codfish, Herring*, Chocolate Candies, Sauces, 11. r.. winr, ]!. D. .1. L. CALL, M. r. rerwivm; obstrucliuas and repalatine the peneraf ys-
tbe.ul'rpmeCoult < the United States,and a Paten 1.C WIRT & CALL have associated themselves ten it ;i\'e. tune ami strength to the whole body and thus
issued lo the proprit-tors by the Unite .' of dismission. as Executor of }::tl.tr KOI n- MKDICAL IHI'\1/I.HT-ChLlt or 1849.'oO.- Pickle, Almonds, Figs, Table Salt, &c. &c. DRS. cnres all ..' ofIVervom
gay, late of t-aid Count"'. deceased. Lf-clure-j in this Institution will Received per brig Smvannee, and for sale bvMrNAUGHT the practice of Medicine, Surgery, &.C., and diseases and debility,
r States.; The usual' Trustees deed will begiven to tIle comnence
JOSHUA TAYLOR, Senr., T x'culor. "fUF MONDAY 1' lh November and coriinue & ORMOND. offer their services to the public. and thus prevents "r rcl/eits a great varifty of other nuladie%
: ,
purchasers.Maps Office Store 1\lonticello, Florida. a, fftnal ,tmtatioH .Yatrflfvt. St. film' Itanti,
March 2J | '. 12CmNotice. Newport March 10, 1SI9. 10 over Drug Saovninf
S may he had at the Office of the Company -- --,-loJ-.- ----. lour tolth _____, ____ ___ ___ n_ August 3, 1:-:. 3 Iy f:fdi f tic J'.t. Cupxitiui, &0.
'.. No. :Wall etred, or they will be forwarded b\' FACULTY. Thomas Jeff. Heir It clennoes the blond excites,the liver It,healthy action tnartlae
the said ,utouincb and gives grid diJ ntion. relieves the boweH of
to at of
mai upon application uh"cihell Practice JAMKS JONTS M. 5. torpor and cnnuipnlion, allays inlitnim.itu ponfies the skin.equalises .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Pickled Mullet.
.". fee, from whom may b(- obtained any fuithcr infor OIX months after dale.I shall apply to the lion. ThtOant WARREN STON M. D. the circulation fihe bloml. protlncto gentle wanuUirquiillyall
ion that may be desired.i O Jud<;c probate for t the county ol Jefferson for practice in the Cite Iii Court in each BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLET, of over the body and the insensible perspiration; re-
of dismission, administratrix de Ixuii ClumiVlry, J. I.. KIDDKL: M. V.> WILL. Middle Circ lit in I I bus alt strictures nad. tihhu.s.. rctn.,rs all okttruct.oas aadiQViEorates
New York, April 27, 1S4'' letpri as ; non V of the and the Supreme J\J Ihe first catch, and in fine order. ,
Obstetrics: and ol ) the entire nervous Is not this then
with the will annexed, Jeiemi.ih, Johnion, late of ,1CCli \* Ii. r C. A", 11 I). Court and United Steles District Court a For sale low by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. system. '
fj3.The above sale is postponed to the tenth of said count\deceased. Women and I "'1 I H'n. S. = I The medicine you pre-cmiBentlj DH'rI t
MARY S. JOHNSON.Jefferson I Talllias3te. November 2" 1313. 19
October next, at the same )hour and place. Ar.atnmy. A. J. WKDHENBURN., D I Newport, But can any of thr>e thins be said o(S. Town-end's Infe.
County,April 7lh, Ib3')1. 1 It AlateriaMedica and Thcra- ) 1 Monticello, January 20, ISIS. 2S rior nrtTln! This yminj nrtn'* linnid i io nut b, he

ISigned JOS DELAFIELD.Trnf I ( A. *'OT' .?. D. Liverpool Salt. COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S.
] ccs
LEWIS CURTIS 5 prulics 5. CARAWAY SMITH,] [W. S. DILWORTH.
Notice. )hecanof one GRANt) FACT, that the uua is LNCAFABLB
Sept. S, 18)9) 35-3\t Physiology and Psthnlogy, THOS. I HU.NT, M. D, 1) ECEIVED per Schooner Lucy 1Jke,GOO Sacks of TER1ORATIU\and -
SIX months after date I will apply to the Hon. Demonstrator of ) n n MI]TNATTORNEYS L :7 rM. \ Liverpool Salt. For sale by NEVER SPOILS,

of Probate for Leon county, for Letteis oflismiion Anatomy I J/ \ l.K-MONMER. .,1 AT LAW JOHN DENHAM. white the other D'tS) ; to.rtag,fermenting and Navng titoMd <

Notce. from the administration of t the estate of Clinical iiistrurtions will be given daily by the Newport, 31st March IS 19. contunmp it into fragments; the sour.acid lIQuid .xpl.
dinK. and damaging other goods! Must not this horrible con
I SIX monlhs after undersigned will. appl Noiborne T. Ta>lor, dec. 11. B. JJ.DFOIU.prlll Professors in Ihe extensile wards of the Charity)' MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. pound be poisonous to the sT'tQIU-Ifnt pat tad nttrytten .

the Hon. Judge of Probate for Leon County; \ .ISI'J'. 15 Hospital and in the Ampilhcalic. July, IS 19. 27. Just Received, already diftamd witfi atttl'Vbal canses Dyspepsia bat
for setters of dismission from the Estate --- -- The facilities for (the study of Practical acid I lo we not all know that when ('MllOlirs In oar itom-
of Arthur Burney, sen. deceased. Notce. Anatomy and operative Surgery, are \ery glat- New and Valuable Medicines among which of the heart liver complaint. dturbIP"d"senterJo colic,
'. JOH.N S. Ex'r. SIX month after undersigned, adminis subjects, being fuinished 111't of chaige. arc the f fol'jxviug: : I and corruption of the Mood ? What is tVrufnU bat an acid
September 6, 1S4;). 35 CmNotice. HAIr de boni/non of the estate of Samuel TERMS Dr. Charles T. Darby humor in the body 7 U hat produces nil the bunion which!
late cf l Leon Countydeceased will : DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE: PILLS AND RESTORATIVE bring on F.raptionsuf the Skin, pcald Head. Salt Rheum.Eiy-
Theui piesenl pESPECTFULLYannouncts to the public ingenIX White: SwclUng, rever Sores and all uleerattons
of each Professor l $ 00 BITTERS
his Ticker $1 ,
accounts and vouchers to Had Ion. Court
of Pro that he has himself in ternal and external ? It U nothing under neaven. balsa acid
bate for Leon County and a"k for a final settlement Ticket for Practical Anatomy, 1 Of era peirnant-ntly1catetl Designed for, and wilicure. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint satMttcce. which ,'ur'. and thus 'spoil* alt the fluids of the
Florida and will be found
months after date, I will apply fo the and discharge e (from his said administration. Matriculation 'Ice, :0 Monticello at all times Piles, Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred I bodv. more or leso. What ean es Rhenmatiiin bat a wmr or,
unless Strict attention will
THREE professionally engaged. : acid tluiil. uhich losmuittes itself between the joints aadebe-
fee
Diploma ) diseases from disordered stomach im-
resulting a or
of Probate for the SIMEON THEUS. 3t
Judge of Jtfferson
: County be paid to all professional calls.MaySISI'J. where. irntitine: ami inrt.immj the delicate luuues upffltwhicbIt
for leave to stlhhe personal estate of Thomas May I 10. IS 19. 20 No chaige for attendance: on the 10pital ,IGUSTA pure stale of blood. acts 1 So of nervous diseases uf iiupunty of the ". 't
Stephens, deceased. VUS A. NOTT, D.lea I IS DR. HULL'S WORM: LOZENGES. deranged rirciil.twiis end nearly all Um ailmeoU whickadiet,

OCTAVUS II. Notice. New Orleans, July 30, lb-19. :'JO i'hesafest, most effectual, and pleasant preparationbefore human nature.
GADSDEN S. I. SHIELDS, M. D. J. 6. BOND, M. D. Now I" it nut norrible 10 Mike and sefl.and iaiajfWy wfnt
the public, for (the eradication o{ WORMS in ,
IOU tbls50HING
: Guardian of thechildren of aid Thomas e
TX months after date the
undersigned, of (lie
deceased. S one Wesleyan Female College.r Children or Adults. FERMENTING. ACID COMPOUNIT
Stephens, administrators t tlicpstatcol William S Theus
Drs. SHIELDS & BOND
Jefferson HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES. OF S. P. TOWNSEND,
County, Sept, 22, 1849.. 37 2am3m late of Leon d I ceased, his ac- duties: of this Institution will be resumed on .
county pHE nd ethe
!
wou'dtin b
wllllCenr associated themselves in the Will PHEVF.NT Consumption' and CURE all eases of > te it untirrttuod'that: OM Dr. Jwi*
ruunt and \'ouchell to the lion. of -L Ihe l first Monday in October, J IS-l'J. HAVING together Townwnd's fle'''ne Orat SxrtapurOU is &IMITATION
lrbate Colds ot Blood Pain
the
AsthmaSpitting in Side
Lost. County and ask for a final sr-tllrincnt The College is and of Medicine, Surgery, &c., other t their of his inferior ,iirepaniuoH !!
IA4On siluatld upon a high healthy
", : services to the citizens of Quincy and the surround Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Com Hoavrn forbid that we shnaM deat in an article! which w nld!
PROMISSORY from his said admininlralion.SIMEON.
NOTE for hundred hill of
A one charge o'clh"king i t the city Macon and olf.t to t the bear the ino.it di-lint resemblance t. S. I'.Townsend's tHubf
eighty.fivc dollars, signed by Larkin Cel, pa) THEUS. public superior c-ducalional adv.mtasos. The Board I ing country. ;. plaints.'L and which should briar J.."II upon the Old Dr.juchsmountain

able to John Darsey or order one day after given May !,
about 17lh April 1S49. All D. D. President H. MYI.RH M. purchaser who have ud& r.TowtLllCnd'.fElLIK."TLGCOIPOU'iD.
persons are hereby : A. .
feJ Well known Safe Certain Effectual
ant SIMON TOWLE. MARIANO D. PAPY. as a and Cure
cautioned against trading for said note. Notice. J.UIE I 111318. .\. GEORGE II. HANCOCK for Fever and Ague Chills and Fever Intermittentand ; We wish it nnderstood. because it I Is the iitltU .. that
,
DARSEY. ., Plfc'sors of Science and Literature; TOWLE & PAPY, i S. 1". TownaeniTs artirie and Old Dr.Jacob Towaieod's Sarsapanlla -
Decatur Co., Ga., September JOlN, 18-9. 37 3t SIX months-alter date 1 sha1 present my account Mr. P. GuTTENEEnurn, )Professor' of Musicand al\I other Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-Jive are kruv-H-iexlc apart sad ivjititely dun-tutor; that
\oucher and ) Ihe Hon" Judge Attorneys} and Counsellors at Law, Cents per Box. they are unlike in every prtculuhnvuuotoneainjIo ihwKin
Mrs. S. S. HANCOCK, Goveine, Teacher of
Pi obate for Gad dll County for i final settlement and formed association (for (the Practice The abote Medicines, fiesh and genuine, are for common.
Notice. Omamenlal Branches. be hereafter HAVING an As S. P. Town-end is no doctor and never wr% U aoeheniitt.
and discharge from the administration of the estate Prepatalory Class undet Thtre"i of (the Faculty a will attend the several Courts of Ihe sale by LEWIS & AMES.Tallahassee .no phiriimreutist-knows no m. re of medicine or dlseaie -

CK BARRELS fresh Thoinastoa Lime, Archibald, Black, dec. ; and also a settlement and assisted by charge tit ( Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the District Court Fa. than any other cnmiiHin, unseienntic. nnprofes'iooat TaIL

/wt/ Kentucky Bagging, final discharge as Administrator on the dower allot entering College.compef'nt inlruclor.IO pupils or of the (U. S at Tallahas"ee.11 business entrustedto For certificates of recommendation, and other information I what genuine fTv scientific>ratie can medicine the public, containing h:ive that all they the a/e virtue receivioc*of tae I

Gunny Bagging, ted and set apart to Margaiet Black, dec., as widow The Collegiate ) (or Term) extends from first 1 I their care will receive piompt attention. : concerning r the above Medicinessee future articles nied in preparing it and which are incapable of eh.in?

Hemp Rope, Salt, &c., ol said Archibald Black, dec.llr of naidVounty. October to Ih IJlh year July. 1 S5f,,and every expense in fJCj- Office in I the Capitol. advertisements, and pamphlets! which may be obtained which.night render thrui the AUK.NTa of Daeas n i.dhenlth.

For sale by McNAUGHT &ORMOND. SIHPAIW, Admr. (Ihe College ,Course, including Tuition, Koaitl, February 17, 1S-19. 7 of the Agents. But wiinelseshiuild beeperte4 frnm one whnknow> nnlb

.. Newport, Sept. 5, 1S4'! : April TlhJS 19. 14 Lights, Washing, Rools and Stationery, may be March 18, 1 S rs._. 35 inc eompHrativrly of niedicine or disease > It requires a |ienoof
than covered Hundred Fresh Groceries. --- SOIIM einerienctt tit cook and srrvii ur. epn a rnmiimn deceit
more by Dollnrt.The
4, Leon Academy 'f'r Drugs, Medicines &c. iieal. How much more uiiX'rmnt is It that the persons who wan
1 Notce.SIX above statement applies only lo the course of receiving !from New Yoik and New Orleans,' t fat lure medicine, dcsimed for

.;: TIt exercises of the Male Department of this In- Months after apply to the Judge Literary instruction. The Extra Studies, which are e JUST and choice assortment of Groceries consisting WEAK STOMACHS ASO ENTKXBLKD SYSTEMS,
EDWARDRN.RD
I &' for the ensuing year, will commence Probates of Leon County 'for a final settlement at the option (Ihe parent, are charged as follows : in part of Bacon Hams, Sides and Shoulders, JR., jhonlJ snow well the mt-dical properties of plants lbs best

,. on Monday, the 24th. of September. Charges as of tny acCount as administrator the ftatfS Music and IHC ol Piano, $55 Of) Mackeral No. 1 and 2, Candles, Soap Flour, Coffee, HAS received, by the late arrivals a also leaner an extensive of ift'uing knuwtedje and concentritinK of the various their disease healint which virtnet iilfccl

heretofore. of JesseTownsend and Daniel Townsend, deceased, Drawing and Painting. 2500 Lard, Tobacco, Teas, Almonds, Candies, New Or- it addition to his stock of GEN the human,*n>: ln\v to ad.tpt remedies tu these disease*

1.01 any further information, please tnl ire of and for a final discharge (from the administration of Ancient Lan lages, earh, 20 00 leans Sugar &c.-which I offer low for cash. UINE DRUGS AND MEDICINES of It is in arrest framl upon the uafortnnate. to pour hems IBM

't P. U. UAJEH. A. B. fheseestatt-s. All persons!ill I'"led will take notice The French Language is taught to those who desire Store removed next door lo John W. \rgyle's. which are of good quality, low for Ca, h. rentore wounded health humanity and bloom U, kindfe, and bi--.,.i* in r Into the the dcspainn crashed; bosom and bw**

4 .. T&llahassee.Sept. 1, IS 19. 3--3w I a accordingly. it without extra charge. JOHN McDOUGALL. ALsoon hand a general assortment of I lh.e following ken.and to b..nUh intinnily that OU IK.XCOUTOW.NSB-XD

BENJAMIN MANNING Adm'r. Tuition in Preparatory Class $25 00 Juno 9, 18.19. 23Confectionery which are warranted genuine, viz : has SUL'GHT and r'UL'.N! I U the opportunity and means to beUJhi

\ THE GALPIN HOUSE. I 33- James T. Archer, Esis i my Agent to attend Candidates for the First Class must be in their ---_. Houck's Panecea, Rowaiul's Improved Tonic Mixture

"' ,! 10 all matters connected with the aduiiuiatrafion ofthese I 11th year and a corresponding age is required in the and Bakery. WUtar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, ralldrpth'lI Grand Universal Concentrated

: NEWNANSVILLK :FLORIDA.THE B. M. candidates fcr (the higher clashes. Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor. Remedy
'' public are informed that the I GAL- July 2S, 18fl. 29-1m i )It i is very desirable (hat pupils be present at the F1'the public generally, that be has on hand, andis Worm, Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland's they may learn and know,by j vfol experience. sift

: : .;; PIN HOUSE" now opened for tbe reception opening the Term. The Clashes, are I hen formed constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kinds, Celebrated Feverand Ague Remedy, Lucenia Cordial, Iraiiscciideiat i'ower tu HeaK

"*. of Boarders and Travellers, and they may ICE ICE and those young ladies who enter upon the course such as: Thompson's Eye Water, McMunns Elixir of Opium,

.. rest assured there w.1 be no pains spared in making REGULAR supply of this desirable article will with their ClSI. pOSf1 a decided advantage over PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS Sands Sarsaparilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, Sold wholesale and retail l by

", g them comfortable as in the power ofthc Proprietor A be kept at the Rail Road Depot in the course (those who after the classes have pro CINNAMON LEMON CANDY, Tyler's ditto, Gordon's Billious and Anti-D>speplic THOMPSON. SKILU1AN & CO.,

l.o- to do so. His tables are new and in first next week. Those wishing the article will gressed in the studies of the)'ear. WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY Pills, Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, PeteI'll' and lOt Nassau street, New York.
rate order and ostler vI other information needed, will be furnished Spencer's Pills, and i is Agent for S. P.
:: a first rate always in atten please procure their Tickets at t the Drug Store of E. Any HOARHOUND ; Townsend's And by LEWIS & AMKS,
dance. on application to I the President, or toE celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles at 1
:
And
HARNARD, Ja. Ice will be delivered at the RailRoad various others, among them several that are per
,: N. B. Private apartment* always furnished for lalies. I [ Depot until 7 o'clock, and in no case will it be J. MYERS, Sec'ry Faculty. useful for colds coughsand is prepared lomanutacture bottle. Also, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from Agents, Tallahassee.'

k', GEO.; M. CALVIN, delivered without Tickttt-')ersons wishing i t the ar. Aug. 25, IS I Id.) 33-4w any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both pure Citric or Lemon Acid far preferable for the April 21, 1549. 16-ly *

Newnansie,June 23.1'19.-2 Proprietor. tide "fit please take notice of this. The price de- wholesale and retail. sick or ordinary: use than (that usually sold. London
Porter &c. .c.
'. livered at the Depot, i is 3 cents per Ib. Tickets for LEWIS &AMES, lie is also prepared to carry on Baking in all its Blacksraithing.GOOD .

-: 4 CA n L.St. Loui*Flour, :Ibs. will be issued. DEALERS: IN branches,from the plain Loaf of lJ.tadlo t Ihc most June 10,18-tS. 47 substantial and Blackstuithingrf
,
fb cheap
: >& 2< Cincinnati Floor, A small: supply of be at E. Barnard'n, exquisite Cakes an<| Pies. Patties and the publiccan Stable! occupied
Ice.i 1 f\ BARRELS PRIME kinds done at the
DRUGS) PAINTS PORK Shop near my
: OILS,
3 Wli.ky. where a Ticket for 5 ) procure 4 Ibs. Ice. MImCINE always accommodated by giving timely noticeat
IU a casks bacon Shoulders last by Miller &. Brofcaw.
.1 Ibs. Those canting Ice in large quantity) ( for Toilet Perfumery, &e., Window Glass the Bakery and Confectionary on JefFerson street year FISHEK-
partes. 50 bbl. St. Louis and Western January 20, 1919. 3 A. A.
.' :ii, :()O lbs. Shoulders, &, will please send their orders to Mr. Nah, PAINTER I' BRUSHES AND COLRI, oprositehe Auction Room of R. H. Berry, Esq.t 5 Sacks Rio Coffee Flour,

.J j: 0 Ibs. Hams. For Sale low.by Depot, two or three da before will be cal. Apothecaries' Glass i'im'e Ac Tallahassee, Dec. 161818. 22 ,
; ;' '".. S. S. KNIGHT. l led for,so that it may be )hand if possible.i rriHEabove constantly on hand,and for sale at the Liquors of all kinds. Just received and for sale by S. S. Knight.

'. f f; July 7th, 1949. 27 The principal Depot it at.Vtttport, w here i cane JL lowest market prices. GEO. W. II U '.r C II INS Tallahassee, June 12 I8.t9.GEO. II. BESTWICK. WILL continue business at his old stand,wk J

J > I acy quantity, by applying to Mr. LEWIS k AMES. hopes to'wait on such of his friends 15 W

!j Spring and Summer Clothing. DANIEL L.'DD.Talahaljee Tallahassee, November 20, 184i. IS AUCTIONEER heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, pren'' *

June 2,1849. 22 Just Received that shall have good article at fair pnce-
.: '" CLARK Ac STII.L.SlAtf are now receiving a T.ILL.UL1SSEE, PL.'. log all

; bt select assortment oJ f SPRING AND MILLER & BROKAW'SLivery PER SCHR. TALLAHASSEE, a large and fresh April 23.1S-JO. 17 _

SUMMER CLTUrm. together with a few a/ti- S. S. KNIGHT, & Sale REFER TO ol sugar-cured Hams, plain Hams, Rice,

/J. del, such A Wholesale & Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer Stable,k Messrs. H. BOND, J. W, ARGYLE, D. WILSON, Flour, Bacon SidesLard, &.c. All of which will be Pure Sulphate of Quinine.

., Drill, Drap d'Cte, .LLLI. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. F..11. 'LAGG,T.J. HODSOI and J. T. ARCHER. sold at the very )lowest rates for cash only. rpHE subscribers have on hand two hundred"'

,":: Cathmercttcs Marseilles, &c. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. lubcrlbf have moved u to their fire-proof March JO, 1849. 10Laud GEO. H. BESTWICK, 1 filfy t ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,whioft t".

,:. I Suitable lo manoftctur' sud lobe disposed of for KEEPS constantly on handand offers for sale at a THE, Stables, and lake this(opportunity to in. t Corner. of Monroe and Jefferson streets. have obtained direct from the manufacturers, an

.4( CASH, and CASH ONLY, at moderate profits ; and advance on cost, for cash, all the stand- form iheir friends and the public generally of the l'or Sale May412, IS 19. 19 they will warrant it to be a superior article1V'e .

4 "1. would cordially invite their old friends and custom- ard tides in his line. Flours of approved qual- act. Being thankful (lor the liberal patronage they A RARE CHJ1JVCE! \ have enlarged our stock of Drug and J"t

I -f ti to call and purchase. ties-Sugars, Coflees, Teas, Bacon, Hams, Pork, have heretofore received, they solicl a continuance land known as the "Overslreet Tract 9 Tin Manufactory. cines by recent arrivals, and arej>tepared to ese retail.

J A March 17, Ig4g. 1 Sap, Candles Lard, and all similar articles-to. of the same, and pledge tospare no painsfor THE north Tallahassee, near the Tho all- orders (lor articles in onr lineyC wholesale or
Talahull
; with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions Nuts, the accommodation of those who may patronise ville l rood, adjoining Gov. Branch's plantation HAVING engaged additional workmen, we are on the most accommodating/ernis. III.

I TUST: received from Nw Orleans, Neff'a Sugar Raisins, Figs Almonds,and all 01 her articles uualy them. Their Stables 'are situated on Washington taming 7 or 800 acres. Will be sold low and, con to fill all orders in our line in a We hare also a few accounts yet doe tO u&10'

'I J Cured Sides and Shoulders, (a new article,) Su- found in similar esUbluhments.Store Square in the most convenient part ot the town, and satisfactory terms to one wishing to purcbau. Fofuither on,- the prompt and will satisfactory manner. All orders rom year 1817. They are gei4eraIy i" small awO5'but 0wld go

I & 30 bbls. Flour/ &,c. For sale by next door above G. II. Meginniss', on Mon. for comfort and convenience, they cannot be surpassed particulars: apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, liberal country discount receive immediate attention. A if the whole could \aid shortly. it eO1'
r" Cure lam given to merchants and dealers.T.WlIITF.CO.. umswbieh,
JOhN blcDOUGALL, roe street by any Stables in the Southern cunty. DANIEL LADD, New Port: far towards liqwhtinSceit AMES.
l orJ'
Si
; '.I July 7, 1St: 27 April 28, 1519. 17 Ij November 16', IS 18. 18 an. 13, iSl'j. 2 tf June 9, 1849. 23 iil20,18IS. 41


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