The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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IM Q a llll. IMrrOU: QD She is a creature ofimnpukeisll; remonstrances From use lmn y/ra"ian. and take...some"refreshment.." In a moment New Silver Coin Suggested; the Bank" 'The iounci of the Bank in full

--- of reason break against the stormy tide of her TiE LATE JAMES K. POLK. the long oaken tables inside were ccvered The suggestion contained in the following sitting, under the Presidency Prince Alexander
with the biggest bottles,and we drank the old : Ivanowitsch, chermjeshef and in,
R. Turnbull. article .
Fro the" Genius of Italy, ly Ret. love.A merits the attention of Government.To '
woman in Italy seldom a forward char Last summer Mr. Polk suffered severely laday's cherry-bounce and shrub, and the cumbersome coinage the presence of the above gentlemen, assured ,
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN WOMEN.Female acter. Corrine" is a French creation. An from the disease which recently proved fattl. hoer, and sweet milk, out of the largest glasses supersede of present silver of lh.m elves that the sum was the same a that
coinage equivalent
authoress in Italy or an actress, is a being With a view change of air, and to a,'ai ever mad The Ptesident drank to the value copper is by desideratum.a The of Ukerrfrnm the fortress. The act .relative to'ihe
delicacy in Italy is looked upon as I apart. Female authorship} in that country is himself the valuable medicinal properties health of all the farmers and their wi\es" the small silver coin a in combination with use dimes a removal was then signed by all present ; 1

it'purc crystal, which the faintest. breath of:. a kind of anomaly to a sort of moral her the Bedford mineral springs, he visited that old lady gate us her benediction,.and we proceeded and balf-dimes to effect in tho fractional this act, among other things establishes the
S the world may contaminate. It IS a sweet, maphroditism. Woman there is trained to lovely section of Pennsylvania for a short en roufe for the springs.! .1 dollar would payments fact that there remained in the vaults of the
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tender flower, equally dreading the scorching shrink from the open air and the public gaze ; time and returned much improved.On James K. Polk is now sleeping with the I lic parts a the a great pub. j fortress of Peter and Paul, after the removal,
meridian ray and the Mast of the northern she is no rider; never in at the death at a fox his way up he passed a very hot and dead. The \enciable! patriarch will also convenience by displacing The disagreeable it of the five million 101,529,593"! !
gale. The Italians believe in a virginity of hunt ; no hand at a whip if her life depended uncomfortable night at Cumberland ; but before soon he in his tomb. They both are above copper coins now in use. name, roubles. router .
strikes is i chosen.
the soul, without which personal chastity, has upon it : she never kept a stall at'a fancyfair sunrise, we were seated in a special the world, its malice and its slander-above I The us, happily call the
value in their To coach, for the occasion and Septicent.-We beg leave to Burning of Packet. ShIp Charleston.
hardly any eyes. secure ; never took the lead at a debiting: club; provided slowly our flattery and beyond our generation. attention of Government the of
this tnoial! innocence-and this may be a i she never addresses a stranger, except perhaps! ascending the rugged mountain, north of Cumberland tableau which presented its'hfou the to value importance of Tbft Charleston Iorinn. foe Charleston,
silver of the
issuing a new coin, seven
grievous error in a civilized age-they knowno behind a mask in carnival ; her politics are over a very bad road. After,several lofty summit of I ho Alleghany-with the bright sailed from New-York on Friday the 14th, ,
better means than an almost entire abstraction limited to wearing tri.color ribbons and refusing hours travel l, during which the horses were morning sun, a group of twenty farmers from that cents, to which for the sake of analogy, in. inst., with an assorted cargo ; bating i S
nomenclature of the federal npr
from, and ignorance of the world. I an Austrian's hand as a partner in unable to go The independence of the Yankee girl be. : waltzing ; she is a dunce and mikes no mystery summit, where a bright August sun, and a holding the President of our mighty republic we supgest, the name of the Septicent.; The compelled to lay to, in a violent gale from the I
of coins in small
pins at the earliest stage of boarding school out ; a coward, and glories in it-at boundless prospect (eternal his.! encircling by the Ianl whilst tears were rolling over use copper nuking change, Cast off Cape Lookout. doing much injury to I /
Jife, with the choice of her books, of her dancing least she keeps her accomplishments for her fertile ,'alep. met the iew. Thp driver was his: cheek: fir those'slain in battle in Mexico ; IS generally that f"I to be an annoyance other, and moron Ihe shil).in hull, sails: :and riggingcausing her t
master, or her congregation, of.her minis. domestic circle her moral courage for those just give the reinstofbur sturdy steeds, and the old\ man repeated to him thu words of account perhaps, than any theyare n> leak-washed away bulwarks! deck (load S
ter. She makes no mystery of her predilection rare instances in which aflVction calls forth when he was hailed by a group) of about Washington, which he himself had heard ute not used at all in the South unless i maybe &c.. and filling the cabin with water. Early, .
for her teacher, because he is *l a spruce the latent energies of her better nature. twenty, who had been concealed in a luxuriant tered near the same spot more than half a in th. larger towns, and there only toimitcd a on the 20ih, the gale; shifted to the NorthWest -
good-looking fellow ;" for her preacher, )be. dingle on the road lid(". Hollo, Jake, century ago ; with his finger pointing to }hoav- extent. It is, however often-times and blav with great violence but with.
auie"' he has such very white hands." She Finally, an Italian woman is never intol. have you gntlil?" Yes," was the answer I en, Go-J tnakqp 1 God makes peace !" ixlremely for inconvenient to get along withoutnem 1 more favorable aspect-attempted to increase -
subscribes to cotillion parties, shines offal fancy erant. She indulges in no invectives against of t the Well then, Jake, you moat -was such a war as the genius ota Hun as example,in pre-paying a newspaper !ail -tho barometer which had been Sat

fairs tasks the purse.gallantry of her admirers i I the frail and unfortunate of her own sex.- stop." tingdon or a Cole couI cOl'ert into a portion or taking out a drup"htcr.aml in numberless 28 and 5-10, in 1 rising -state. Made sill

at flower auctions. She walks home lateat There is not a grain of ostentation in her The party advanced and consisted of such .I of the history our times. I other cases. would obviate all -close reef topsails and courses ; standingto I
night from her routs arm-in-arm with her virtue, not a scruple phaiisaism in her re- a group and such men as are only to be found The issue of a septicent the Westward having drifted into or near '

l favorite partner, by moonlight, on the shady ligion. There i is no humbug about h<.>r. She among the yeomen America.. I convictedof Page's Self-Adjusting Windmill. these fractional difficulties, and with the other silver the Gulf stream. The Captain Letng fatigued !
side of the road. She 5te101S off up the Hud judges not lest t she be judged. Disgusted the Laird of? the Manor, the proprietor of parts of the dollar,make every sum and finding the weather moderating, retired,
down the Ohio and back .the rich and fertile. with I :We copy the following account of Page's that can be desired for practical purposes.It .- .
son conies none with the chit chat of a slanderous community, many acres, now waving leaving the necessary instructions with tho
worse for the excitement. Not the slightestshade bhe disbelieves word uttered to her luscious crops and his, stalwart son, before Windmill, recently established Washington, is evident that with our present federal officer of the deck.. About 6 o'clock. A. M., t'
every I
of uneasiness, at home, on account of, friend's disparagement; ; she sets (public opin. whom the llbor! glebe and wilderness of, from the News, published in that city. Having coins of silver no combinations will einLle on the 21 st, he was informed that smoke was t I
her She introduces wood them all clad alike, vitncssed its operation, says the BaltimoreSun the holder to pay either one, two, three. four i I J
protracted absence. a ion at defl,mcc, and screens its victim with all gives way ; among makii.g iu in the house on deck ; .
.* travelling friend" to the old lady, who sits the a'gis oilier unpolluted fame. were those who labored lor their daily bread ; we can recommend the mill as truly wor. six, seven, eight or nine cents without receiving immediately appearance cleared and 'ndevor- J
hp away
down to make tea for him the all knew the dignity of labor,*uml thy of the examination and consideration of: copper coin in exchange. Let us now
; finally, coolly She is a woman in short ; a thing of feeling I I'Jt they I I ed to see from whence the smoke proceeded, 1
informs her parents hat she has been poppedat and impulse-a rib, a mere dependenceon in their working dress had left the harvest our farmers, especially those located in dUtricis examine: the result of a combination of septi- and discovered it coming from the holdthro .
and that ** her mind is made ," unless, I field! to their to the President of not convenient to water power. cents with dimes an-1 half dunes and see if
up man-a subject only in the first stages of I I pay respects the hat hps. On raising the hatch he found ,
in deed she the fuss and eclat of a the Page's SeJf.AtJjysling IVIz'Jnill.-We the use of copper will not be rendered entirely -
prefers no.
enfranchucment from the utter slavery of the republic. S it impossible! to stand the smoke. The hatch t; S
match. and as the lice with much.pleasure that this unnecessary. We annex a table, en racing -i
runaway ancient gyneecum. Satisfied: with moral in. Tll stopped, as soon parly flourishing was immediately' on, and every precaution .
It is 'but justice to say, however, that this flu'-nce} she has not }ct aspired lo chartered t were sufficiently near. Mr. Polk: asked', establishment! on the Island, has lately exten- eight propositions ti> pay from 1 to 9 cent 1 used to prevent lid ventilation. He made ;

unbounded latitude is seldom if ever, attended rights. She is far yet from the rational dignity i Well, where are we now 1"n ol man I dec'and !j4" extending, its useful and enterprising I omitting the 5 and 7-using only silver all necessary prepaiations for the \or .-

with mischievous results. Thanks, perhaps, of a fee born English woman: ; but the with long white locks streaming in wind, i operations. A few months since, the coins : S Soon after discovered a sail to leeward, bore i' ,
t Ii natural coldness of temperament, to prcma. Jailer, again, has hardly yet risen to the queenly and a tal, slender 'frame, yet firm step, !headed proprietor erected a large and handsomely finihd To pay 1 cent, give 1 and J dimes, and receive away for it. and set signal of distress-on ap-

lure experience, or to the popularity of marriage i I independence ofan Ameiican she-citizen. party and replied, 'You have just I sclf-arjtisting! windmi! containing thirtysix I 'J hepticents.To proaching they found! it to be the brijj Philura,
in those wide spreading settlements, the Such are .the ranks progics ivcly occupiedby crosser Ponns\lvatiia line ; you are in tied- jails, cnch Iwh'c length,and spread.inJ I To pny 2 cents, give 1 septicent and receive Capt. Tlutcherfrom New York for Sat ainib,

American young lady is seldom at a loss for a the sex of each successive step of civiliza county, and we, hearing that you were : ''er an area of llfiuen: bundled square feet. \ dime. and informed him of being 0 fire, when he II
well-intentioned suiter. She curvoxk in the iivids and 'i'hemihl capable of affording To pay 3 cents, gi\e'l dime and receive 1septicent. ;
very early acquires tion. At Cairo a woman is an idolized blare ; expected, Jef over seventy-two kindly offered to render any kind of assistance I
the calculating habits of the country. at :Milan\ or Florence, a 'cherished! article of came here give you a %'eIcom('. I suppose Lorsj power when propeler by a six min : and remained by the ship. The weather ;
She is her own Duena}) and Chaperon. She domestic chattel ; in London, a reasoning. you are President. My name is J-S-. breeze. This power employed! night I' To pay 4 cents, give 2 septicents and reccivn being still boisterous and the sea running

learns to value her admiicrs accotding to their : perhaps sometimes even an arguing associate; I have lived here for sixty I years-I am 84- d-c rrJir: on the various operations (4 f a' 1 dime.To I high, the Captain could not risk his boat'ont i
trorlh. Her fancy and heart are always under in :New York} she is an equal, and more often years of age ; and we arc all glad to see I ir.iilivitli! runs: of stones, adapted to the pay (cents, give 2 dimes and receive the weather in the meantime was moderating
the control of reason. Romance it all I grinding of all sorts of grain. 2 septicents..
verywell an aggravating, ofer.I/<.>arang confederate you. and the fire was making much progress
in hoob. but ,marriage is a matter of; ,, The President got out of the stage, was introduced Bj this process about two hundred bushels l: To pay 8 cents give 1 and | dimes andrecrive throughout the ship. Preparations were made ;

prose. faux pas is seldom heard of or i if! I I Canine Jcasollil1g.-While I had charge: to each one l byname, and after shaking corn and rye,meal,d)' yepsa:: flour,shorts, bran, 1 septicent. t!> send the passengers on board the brig;
ever, all worldly advantages have been duly ofan academy in Springfield, Ga., flow 18-9 hands, and a few inquiries about his etc. ire made ready for our market daily. To pay U) cents, give 2 scpticents' and receive -. 3, P. M., succeeded in getting the passengers a f

weighed i and etcn that apparent imprudencj-I to 1S36, I devoted a'"few' hours occasionally health, the old octogenarian continued. in !l.is addition to the grain mill, a portion of \ dime. on beard the brig ; the officers and crew remained I
is the result of the most consummate policy.. to angling. I went on hoiscback, and took honest and simple eloquence" Mr. Polk the lwea of th' sails is (expended in turningthe This table embraces every possible! contingency until 7, P. M., when. they could not i
Nowhere are most absurdly disappropiiate with me a large dog which I had taught almost jou are the second evident( of the lTrited tmchincry of'a large workshop for the minufacUre in which cupper coin! wluJ be req'iir-! stand the smoke ; the firs made its
Matches more universally the order ofihe day. ,I as a child to guard; my horse while en. Stales I have ever seen-the first was General (,f the self-adjusting windmills," j live fd, and wo think it would vastly to the through. the decks before th? Captiin and
Nowhere is Mammon\ more invariably the : gaged in the sport. 1 had accustomed myself Washington, and I shook hands with )him of vvljcli 1:1.C: been recently niadj: and sent to public convenience to have such an additionas crew left. The wind was blowing hard and I

torch-bearer of Hymen than amongst these I t to talk to him slowly but distinctly, and to show by the side of! that mountain over there, where' farm?, in Virginia and Maryland, where waterpower that which we propose made 'to the nationaL weather squally, and it was with much difficulty

very damsels whose choice is so utterly) free I him how I had done this and that. I found you seethe! road turn. He was then goingup is not conveniently obtain. coinage. We commend this subject, at they got on board the brig about 8 o'clock;
from palerniil ccn'rol. I'' that he understood me. If! said, the weath. after the Whiskey Boys as we called: The main advantages of the self adjusting all events, to the consideration of financiers: I I P. M., at which time the ship was in flames
Before she leate* school, a Yankee ;girl- er is unfavorable, there will be no fishing today them and we all thought' we were going to mm"!! arc that they require no miller, and may an-J ofour contcmporaries-Richard's Wetkly fore and aft. Capt. Morrison saw the smoke

God bless her-has a thorough!. knowledge of he would lie down, apparently in sorrow have war oui selves. One of my I continuc at work during tho night without attendance Gazette. of the ship at 3, A. M., on the m'ord-
the world. Else what were the good of the I but if I said Its a fine day, we shall neighbors, among long since: been dead, or danger f.om fire, and in the self! From the Nashville \Vhig. ing of turin inst. ;

million of novels she feasts upon. Her lookis I have fpoit enough,' he would jump aroundin asked! Gen. Washington if we era goingto adjtKing principle, causes the Tri There were 13 cabin passengers, and the ,
pro id and daring, her step firm and secure. the highest excitement.One have war ? and the general said, Not InfTorgivc to I the wind, according to its force. Convention of the Jennings Family. crew consisted of 16 persons, including the f *
Modesty: fche scorns as a want sincerity and I evening at the old of the moon, the unless God wills it. God makes war and I' In a very high win. the sails have no more Wm. Jennings died in England, 1709, leaving officers.-Savannah Republican, 26f A inst. i
frankness delicacy she spurns' as a lack; of i fish )biting keenly, I had remained an hour God makes peace, and let men do what is pOWi thal*they with a medium wind. an estate 340.000.00U. He had no le.
proper spirit and independence. With the after daik, and us I had left the horse untied right and trust in God, and peace wi come.' I This excellent: contrivance was produced by Sal representative in England. The heirs: on I Horrible Tragedy in lh Berks County,

exception of a few luckless words, excluded I to graze, and did not see him, I asked the dog, So, Mr. Polk! you are the { ( presidentI I' the: ingenuity of, Mr.r Gporga Page, who hasso maternal side, there, instituted suit, and Pa., .,1lizslzouse.-Tbe Reading Press has the
from the English> dictionary an overnice I 'Tiger, where is the horse ?l' He conductedme ever saw in my life, and it is only about arranged the fails that each woiks upon a were defeated by the crown upon the ground fullowingaccount of a horrible tragedy the IJ
notion of prudery-for a list of them tide.: Sam to him and on my saying You are a fine, five miles: from the spot where I saw General -j separate spring which opens or closes the that the heirs on the paternal side were in the Berks County Poor House :, I.
Slick-there is hardly a sufiject of conversation I intellectual dog,' he became and Washington, and then he was going to put !! sails exactly in proportion to the amount of United States. This information car to a The hospital of the Berks county poor-house
she would dream of rebuking or dis began to bark at the horse. O'erjQJed became down the whisky insurrection ; and now, when : force in the wind-n new and practical illustralion branch of the Jennings Family in the Northern ha* }been the scene of a bloody tragedy which
S I of the old idea of" trimming one's sail and Eastern States, some fifteen: is almost unparalleled! in the history! human
countenancing.By alarmed, and ran home. I then said to I meet you, we have this war in I<.>xico.I .- years ago.
this early training is she fitted for every the dog, Tiger, do you see that you have [Peace had just been concluded-the troops I lo every breeze." They prosecuted an investigation which prov- actions, involving the dcstnctiol of a family,
department! of public life ; ready to enter the frightened Saladin, and tint now tired and I bad not yet returned.] A great many vojug I ------- ed abortive, but elicited information which. is consisting of a wife I and daughter, by thefa-

lists as an orator, an agitator, or a journalist. fatigued, i I: have to go home on foot? Now men from this country have gone to the war, I The use of/ Intoxicating 1)rin1s.-Men said to amount almost to positive proof that tfter, and his tleaili: by suicide; after j ;
The wide world is the stage she acts on. The mark me if you ever do it again, 1 will as and we have heard that some have been Killed I resolve, as it were, to anticipate the corruption I I the Jennings' of the Southern and Western inflicted dreadful l wounds upon the head and
drudgery of bouse-keeping! devolves on the certainly shoot you as I did the on the and sorre wounded, and many died from of their natures. They cannot wait to ,get :I States are the legal heirs. They coTimuai- throat of tha wife,with a razor and hammer,
mercenary: land-lady of a Broadway boarding tree, or,the bud in the air. squirre you hear ? sickness. Now, some of my neighbors, and { sick and die. They think the worm is slow !II' cated this: information to the Southern branch and severing the throat of the daughteragirl

house. Alan lags himself into a dispcpsia at. Mind As soon a you see my eye on the the newspapers and politicians, call this Polk's in his approach, and sluggish at his w>:rk.j .- I of the family, which led to the cO\cntiot of sain'18 years old, with the same instrument. {

his counter ; woman reads, flirts and gives I horse, do you go behind a pinetree or bush, war; and they say Polk made the war, and I Thy wish to re-convert the dust t, before their representatives from Its various subordinate Tha shocking! and sanguinary deed was ,f fI
herself airs in all the luxuries of a hired draw f and then you may do as you please.' that these people would not have been killed hOlr comes, ,into premature deformity and pol- I convened in this city, on Saturday, I conuniltrd: in one of the chanihersoutbo hospital
ing room. So much for Eve's share of the I On the third evening I went again, and only for Polk." lilt' ion. It has been called a partial t'eatb.I .- I consisting of seventy-eight delegates from [ occupied by the unfortunate victims i for j
common lot inoitaU. \ bad forgotten, mJlplf the instruction given These last allusions affected the President would call it a double death! by which they I eight States, to take preliminary steps: for the the last ten months, on Saturday evening I last t.

In the presence of her betrothed husband: Tiger, I was On my whistlehe deeply-the eloquent orator of congress, the drag about with Ihf'l. above the grave a mass prosecution of their claims befure the Courts between 7 and S o'clock. I

ehc launches forth in the most transccndant camo to me, delJd. my eye as he bl'lt stump speaker of the land, was mute at I diseased, decaying, acting clay. They "H t j of England. His name is Fcdeic, Stahl;a ntite of I
expressions admiration of the commit suicide but do it in those in attendance, whose names Germany and has always been f
eagle eyes or me to the horse feeding in a small this those f-.lien: in battle-he bowed not only a Among ,
bufrhy whiskers of her outlandish ,'i uitor ; no savannah, and a soon as I saw him, went aluionto and the tears ran freely over I way as to be the witnesses and conscious I we have"leared, are Hon. Dxlle) S. Jennings marked! with propriety; but he may have been '
matter if she be overheard by the very objectof back and hid behind a large pine-tree. As his checks. t I vic'.ims of the cruel process of self-murder ; Jackson, Miss., Rev. II. D. Duncan led! to the act by the hopeless condition of his "
her enthusiastic Her husband the the brain Bamwell h., S. C. ; James E. SaUndcrs, t who is insane, and that of his daughter, t ;
rhapsodies. soon as I had caught the horse and mounted, But, continued the old man, raising himself (quenching sight, benumbing : c. wilt ,
bargained for her hand and person ; but her he car and with the strongest possible de. to his full attitude, more than six feet his laying down the arm of industry to be cut off; Esq., Mobile, Ala. ; Wm. C. Jennings, Esq., long confined to her" bed by lameness, ,and I
fancy is free as the air she breathes. Securein monstration, gave me evidence of his self- white locks streaming in the wind, his long and changing a fair, robust frame, for a shrink. Ilockingham co., a. ; John G. Jennings unable. to utter a word. _
her tangible virtue, she courts temptation complacency and joy. He ever after follow thin arm raised high in air, and his finger lug, suffering, living corpse, with nothing! i of i Esq.,Green Castle, Ind.; Johnson Price. Esq., The wife made her escape from the cLanv> I
for the sake of its bracing efiorts. She is a ed that instruction once given The same pointed towards heaven, .the war comes vitality but the power of suffering and with ,, (member elect to the Kentucky com'entiot,) I her, wilh her nee dreadfully lacerated by)the j
coquette and in toiled e\'ery.lhin of death but its Lancaster county, Ky. ; Chancellor D. G. Li. razor, and her battered with the hammer, I
upon principle indulge wanton dog three hours to bring )back my horse from there !-the war comes from there !- peace. I t
but unmeaning flirtations, merely to test who had escaped with his halter, and had and peace comes from there also. Mr. Polk, Then follows the wreck of property-the gon, Moulton, Ala ; L. F. Dunlap! E-q., Lancaster I the handle of which broke in his hands.- I i l )
the endurance of her choice. With this view of human pursuit the temporalruin county. Ky. ; Hon. E.: II. Ewing and I When the 'overseer entered, he found Slahl S'
struck of to his former home, and finally, seizing my boys read the newspapers to me at niglit.I great object ;
she draws the of her betrothment which like angel, to the Messrs. Woodward, (besides several others -: reeling to the floor, where he instantly ex I
period 'to a him by the halter, actually led him two I know al about Texas and the boundary and comes an avenging
! prodigious length-that being tLe zenith of a I miles back to his stable. As soon as the horse we had go to war. God made the Mexicans 1 \ate the substance of the intemperate ; which whose names we have not learned) of this: pired-the daughter lay in her gore on tha

social ascendency, with which material duties I was secured, the dog laid down, exhausted by go to war to punish them ; and he has crosses the threshold, commissioned as it wen I city. bed, with her throat cut from ear to ear. I t,0

may in spite herself, interfere in after life. I the.!long and perseveringeflmt._ helped us. Only see how Gen. Taylor and I to plague him with: all the horrors_of a ruined! I The Delegates convened in the City Hall, OCR NAVV.-The following 'exhibit of our I
I Here was reason. He heard, ho understood Gen. Scott whipped them ; and thank God I fortune and 'Masted prospects ; and passes before I Saturday morning, Hon. Dudiy Jennings in navytbrcp] and its present l location, .is It

A woman in Italy has an oyster like fond. I obeyed, in the exercise of memory, that yon are our President and you nvist prayto their astonished> sight in the dread array I the chair. Proceedings WEre opened the with 1 iij tliw Washington correspondent of th mace,
: ns for home ; she is the worst traveller on judgment, refection. determination. [In the him to help us in P<.>3CC." .I do so everyday of affairs perplexed, debt accumulated, substance I I prayer by TeDr.. Duncan. After transaction appointment Y.; Courier &Enquirer i)t
S earth. She may not perhaps point to her : last was evidently deeper re. of my life, and I was thankful that we had squandered, honor tainted, wife and and the In the Mediterranean. -Constitution, S 50 1
Brussels carpet, as the best of her jewels, flection and thought, and longer and more per. : such men a Gen. Taylor and Gen. Scot children cast upon the world-and ho, who I of some other preliminary business, adjourned guns : Independence, 50 ; Jamestown, 22'; ;
nor boast fire-tide virtues ; )but the looks severing effort than many child often years to command our armies," was the reply. The should have: been I their guaraian and protector to :Monday>- morning, 10 o'clock. Mississippi (steamer! ) 10 heavy Pai ban ; iFt..
will be
with amazement at the crowds home-loving I I of age would have exercised or made.-Bos. President wastoo much overcome to say much, depend for his. unearned daily bread on thoseto comprises, as seen, a very Erie, 4-192-1,700 men.' t
daughters of Albion, at the swarms of Tompkins ton [tt'stga. and to conceal his feelings he hurried into the whom be is a burden and a curse. It produces large amount of legal talent, and we haveno 111Zu North Sea. St. Lawrence, 50 guns;: i !t
will be
with caravans of nurses and children I sageHfter! a hasty farewell. We had already consequences of still more awful moment. doubt the investigation prosecutedwith Africa.-Portsmouth.- 22 guns'i Yorktown, I '

hurrying, from town to town, like tribes of II Hebrew Legend." You leach," said the separated a short distance, when the old man's It first exasperates the passions, and energy and ability interest commensurate involved.with 16.; John Adam?;20! ; Porpoise, 10 ; Bain-1 '; :,J
gipsies \\iih the parish beadle at their hee!.. I Emperor Trajan to a famous Rabbi, that voice was beard. Jakc"Jakc, stop at the thf'1 takes ofTfrom them the restraints of reason the very large pecuniary bride, 10 ; 73-J53'men.' i
She shrugs her shoulders at the restless curi. your God is everywhere, and boast that he house, and let the old woman shake! hands and will ; maddens and then unchains the THE JEXM.N&S CONVENTION closed iL sittings \ ; 50 ;''St.S Louis, 20..Sb
osity which drives so many tender, timid be-I resides among your nation. I should like to with the President." Half an hour's ride tiger raving for blood ; tramples all the intel. I on Monday evening. Their assembling _lazl.- .t t I i il

|mg s, to brave nil the hardships endless, ob- see him." .' God's presence is indeed everywhere brought us I before :large Pennsylvania firm- loctual and moral man under the feet of together has been tho means eliciting much the 70.Horns SqrrarlnJ.-Raritan,50; Saratoga ? }I

j"ttlt"u journeys, and never dreams, without ,".the Rabbi rt'pled. ",but ho cannotbe I house. Every thing was on a large scaleon : fctin ulated clay ; lays the understanding, the valuable, information tending their claim committee to 22.; Albany 22 ; .Germantown.22; FJirt, 4 t 1 It

shuddering, of visiting lands which appear seen, for no eye can look upon hisPle13d0r. i all sides was evidence, not abundance, kindly affections, and the consctnce. in the immense property in, question.obtain. ,A in legal form Water Witch, 1 ; Vixen, '3 ; Allegfeulj. 2L.t t ',h
even totheir natives,'such a cheerless, inelitble ." The Emperor had the, obstinacy but affluence. A large house, a large barn, same: grave with prosperity btahh ; and of seven was appointed to of the .of 126- ,H((men. '/ : a
ojouro of power, and persisted in his demand.- large horses, large cows, large hogs, large baring: killed the body, kills tho soul.-Presi.. the necessary evfdence send commissioner genealogy At .eu:rak.-Yin nnes, 2'j: ready i in1 SS1"1
An Italian wife certainly prefers her ter. *' Well," answered the Rabbi, suppose we dog, large turkeys, large geese, large chick. dent Eecrclt.Ifousc1erpIng. the family, and then to,to England n, to a few d.iys. S r

race or balcony to the chimney corner; a' l begin by endeavoring to gaze at one of his ens, a large garden stocked .cith large cabages or commissioners The f first, legal talent of prosecutethe the country At.V'rjWk.-Perry,8./ I .f
moonlight.watk, or even an opera box, to a 3mbnsadors. Trajan assented ; and the and a large woman thrusting mountains: of ill California. lady writes suite. This exhibit does not include the'ships'it i ? !1
robber at whist! ; but she is rooted to her house leading Mm into the open air, for it is leavened dough into a mammoth oven, gave from California to her friends in Maine- will be employed. the, Pacific. One of the vessels there i is thai: : ,

'and country ;' too indolent, too strongly attached the noon of the day lad him raise his eyesto evidence that the ooJ'houie\jf" had an in. I *We have 'now been keeping house three Ohio, ship of the line. Tne Warren sloop"of f: }
to her climate, her habits'and connec. the bun then shining -down upon the worldin stiitctive contempt for'anythingdiminutive.- I weeks. I have. ten boarJt'rl, two of whichwe Russia.-A Financial Operation.' -The. war-is also .there, and the Vandalia" :sfoop'! fi" '.:
lions, to long for the excitement of change. its meridian glory. -The Emperor made The driver now informed the President that board, for J he rent. We have one him- Gazette du Commerce says : (he stock_ .n-tbe way thither. What. 'others ate there. "j
"Ou )petit Oft etre.mieux, qu'ua sein do sa ihe attempt, but relinquished it. "I cannot," Mrs. S. was now before us. The President dred and eighty-nine d lars per week for the (of c in kept on hand for the purpose of cashing or on the way we- To not rftlemLer.' i t
Camille!1" 'he.. whole. WiTthink can sevenfy.fivp; bank-notes- having diminished: it has been S
said he. u the light dazzles me. If then, alighted and informed the old lady who l mt1e
Her meekness and amiability: enable her to rejoined the triumphant Rabbi thou art unable was. Jt tlt clear'of all ''expenses, assure you I Ihue thought.necessary,lo,replace what is wanting Biting Llktt an .Adder.- French;, I" 1
live ,work hard have to do all transporting '5,000,000 rubles, from the :medical writer, stages.. that the practice; in the '
at peace with her mother and sister-in. to endure the light of one orbit creatures, received with an air nnd ease sel. to mighty ; hy ..t
] She dock leas ". cooking bya very.small fireplace, no fortress of St. Petersburg.! On( thoday np. Hotel t I Dieu, when leeches refuse to suck blood, ,'f
ur. not break up her husband's how canst thou expect to behold! the unclouded cquallr. never e \el, t this my I
..tablishment bake bread and pie i in a Dutch Ioiutcdtor tbe, in the presence of:M.i.I. is to,wrap ,them for few moments in linen-
because his house happens to glory of the Creator ?t" I never expected, that the would: oven, 1 my 8.
be4 have small room about fourtecnYect, ( \I. the, assistants of the.comt roller.of the empire cloth' wrung out'of undiluted wine., This ren-, M
too near Holborn"or the side como and talk to ,But, didycu see the old I oven, one '
of Oxford street." She finds it unoecc'ssary wrong Whilst pissing Philadelphia, in the ,man ? I am 1(so glad. Oho Lo never'J square' and a: liltle back'room' we'use' for'a ,the members; of the. Committee,of Itevi i : tiers j the! most sluggish of them so fierce..and. I n.carnvo'rous .,

dismiss her domestics at the end of every steamer the President's attention was. at. .wi f \Vel..this;; and I \ ;i 'say it"through I J stor 'rooniabout as large a piece ofcli, lk. ion, the, delegates from the: 'Bourse, the and the that they wil pierce, the skin bodia instantly }
and Hood.thirsty
d'at&irs. tb j .
fortnight.: As she hels the'best rrieii Then we have an, open chamber over the foreign commercial barges sum gorge
longns loves and ;is beloved, tracted by the singing of a shipY,crew at (the his wife, that in
she extends her nflectiont to her husband's. windlass.: '" What's all that noise for ?" in. all these parts ; and hkls a verysnrirt mat, whole: divided, off by ,clo h. The! gentlemen destined {10 be removed was taken from.the' till they can dnnk'in., no tor.e.,, Agrat; caajny \. ,.
family his one end, Mrs.l II., 7nnd daughter, vaults! of .the fortress., It consisted of ,OOQ," men, ,who are _amiabl&.atKi unpredaciqiw :
to h.bomcqrowth.: ,servants, to nuiredhe ofCo : Bullht. "They are weighing too-only he won't take niiyoffieeand nev. occupy! ; ; become b .lovlng, ,'leeches .
every Wo in silver o ,
have and,3,000OOQ
father and ? the oilier. : 000 rpubles in gold naturally s.
tumtted or inanlmated being in his patriarch. hnchor. sir." Weighing their. anchor 1" er would, but sometmifs' they make him ybur myself r
W I ( \' beds bufwe'do i not'take .* under guard ol the'above men and_ manifest Irresistible! propensity to ,bite .5
hour.ebold.Her.. dread: of General in and then he's the foreman; curtain bet\ >ri our ; This sum .
grand juryman
the great surprise ;
separation is ,
escorted after :steeped wine, either I
repeated and infantry befog ,
by undllu
Paramount all don't 'think1 he'makes l pains to it no'me to be parlicuUr Ijpned; personages, In
over considerations of her bus. why, they ought to have known but, I n1'ucbatthat.- drit a i ,
much \the
1 .ow S transported to depota! ) or tlI
and was
cavalry, mlud
wad interest her And Mr. President ,
or children's, perferwent their anchor weighed before they bought i now, you muS S


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FOR THE rU>RIDIAN fc JOURNAL. frantic riot, of desperate revenge and brutal French embassy-and-the administration, can for, and" reliable authority"; too, and it need .R VVw ionoftheTa' ei ts spreading far to the westward, !* !

t of. TO THD HON. WM. D. MOSELET abandonment which spring from ibis fruitful not appear in any of the correspondence or 1 not try to evade the force of what -we say by Thoso. who watch the signs' of tbe times I only by howling beasts and lurking lenanle

Et.Govcrmor of Florida i source. My own heart has sickened at dIe any of the notice; It has merely tended to conftuinl tbat.ils own ears have been all the can see that i is the purpose of some of theifi ir soil still repays bountifully thhubn

.I Sin :-In the midst of great 1 public calamity sight, and I have wept to sec this legislative givo acerbity, )bitterness, and point to the while leaders of ibe Whig party' l id attempt a change I an's industry. Europe still purs frb ;
which demon rising his of mined hopes*, of Mr. Poussin. stopped close thousands annuaIJ., seeking
; or evils governments and people are on pedestal note in the tariff Vain is it that t liberty
.;1 Fomelimrs ,vieitcd the tlret effort on t the part of and pouring from his poisoned chalice the fiery -- .- - --- present system. ness ; and man preftrs.o : lpp!
.; : the Injured is to discover Ihe nature and char stream of ruin into the once happy and cheer. Norher Whiggery. that system answers every end of the government pure air heaven in country", and

..". ncter of the cause, and then the proper rem ful home of peace and love. TIE FLORIDIAN) JOURNAL. The people' of this County have'recentlyheard ) as to..the public revenue., Vain also his thirst from the cool waters which Qench

e: (". The cau c of the present and disastrous Sir, it is a strange delusion which so disfigures discourses from their Representative in I that the country flourishes under it to the utmost frcm the hi.iJ.s, to confinement in bn

:. evil of intemperance is perhaps not BO much the sta'uto' hooks ofihe nineteenth ceh.tury. A. E. MAXWELL & R. B. HILTON, Congress denouncing northern democratic stretch. Vain that the actual test of experience man rlclri( ; and shunning the toiic fa

to he attributed in its primary sense to the Could our I legislators! but enter into EDITORS AND ;." croxvded confined, and 0
PROP&IFpa free-soilers. We do and have 1 corpora
habit of iudiriduils ihe families of thoso ruined by the traffic not not objectedto proves it lo be the best system everdevised lions," seeks ind jYP
as to the countenance ; = :-- -:=::-= h3j>pneMj"!;
could look of this. But they were further exhorted lo for the common good of all s.- the where the cricket
\vhich is afforded the use ofVnlcnt spirits by they not only upon the picture Saturday October 13 "1849. dnsg country, ii
,;. the law-making power of the co urr'J' It is desolation there presented! hut experience the --- ---. -- .- ._ I believe'that) the only salvation-of country r Xotbingwi satisfy them but change. 'They the hearth nnd where his fire \heard'upn
-- --
.: the oft.repeated remark that the vending of wrong, the deep blight that has spread itsIarl -- -- -- - -- is to be found in the ascendency of the Whig m ist still the clamor of the heavy The tarif of 1816 may tfqwto:Modiff*;

'', spirituous liquors is an unworthy calling, and ( ; pall: over the wi e and mother's heart ; TALLAHASSEE COTTON MARKET; Oct. Northern Whigs not denounced F cnlitalil lIon ; if*.', i: he revised.for that
: party. were for purpose
m )re rmut (
: that the vendor h morally responsible 'li)r the could they realize, in all its full intensity ofgrief 13 Prices range from !to 10 cents, accord. protection. They But! the people of ibis country! will ,reoiif, ;!
0 : results of his traffic. This is, I apprehend. the feeling, they would shrink from the ing ID quality. but were held up to favor. They were placed cry of Shylock for more flesh. Every" thing rigid adherence to time principle of thai I

;3 .. p. true in a strictly ,moral) point of view, but it is act t of authorizing its entailment on others. I in favorable contrast with democratic free e Ise is to be forgot in their eagerness to heap Let re enue alone be (the object in adjmt0f">|c. j ja

t' assailing! an Inner point before the outer walls) But it is said thai the friend of temperance Death of the Hon. John Coleman. so ilers. I is well enough to bring out now u i4T god! in the already full purses of ihe rich tarifF upon imports. Let specific( and prdl( '
scaled. It is should! not ask the aid of to help tective duties he
have been legislation forever
attacking a contcqutnce Just and then some evidence in reference lo these manufacturers. These things, in addition to discarded from fa
''f' them in the as we go to press, we arc pained by
rather than enterprise of the monster
a cause ; assailing an act expelling: siatiite book. Let tbe for
:*, ?, and occupation sanctioned! and rendered lion. drunkenness! from ihe land. They may fIe intelligence of the death of this most worthy matters, ]lest the pertinacity of southern politicians the fact thai it is a Democratic measure, which larif be obviated by a necessity' rigid I high

: .' orable by law, and law is supposed to embody be pardoned at least for asking! the legislature and useful citizen of Madison CountThe .- in trying to produce the belief that t i is enough to make a change necessary, require part oldie general econom'IJ
.:. the moral las well as the legal sentiments of a L II) abstain from countenancing; and manufacturing lateness of the hour at which we received I northern wbigs are more trustworthy on questions their early action, and they are beginling prosperity will continue, which: ar thl
;: people by whom it is enacted and sanctioned. the evil by creating the means to produce than the stamp th.
i the proceedings of ihe Bar at Madison CourtHouse I slavery regular free-soilers I, to press the matter upon public_ attention. present as an important era in ,
it. I believe it CUnll'
: Any occupation that the law recognizeB and I solemnly wrong, grievously I should deceive the the history.It .
: provides for, must be considered not only! Jaw.. wrong, and that ihe whole system should I h prevents their insertion this week. people as to true state of But, fortunately, the whole Whig party does has become a settled axiom with

ful, but proper and the party engaged in it I be abolished. To ibis point of moral purity the t case. not concur in the desire for a change. There mosl enlightened' statesmen ofthe (tin

'.' can certainly kliield himself from moral obedience must the public mind exalt itsef before the; Meeting i Hillaborough.We Our Representative was particularly indig. are those among them who have honesty) Free l lI Trade is The true theory of all age, that

as long as the people, by whose a'j.thority country will be relieved from the incubus of publish today the proceedings of a ninf about democratic free.soilism in Nf"wYok. nough to acknowledge the good there is in I ments, which &1 nations must g'en
.:' it is recognized, stand I as- drunkenness. As .lo Ihe best modo of bring. meeting in Hillsborough relative to Indian ,
exempt. legislation
as '
our practicable.
Now let
how the a f\
of that
us see whigs t his Of these the New York
.. ;. Mime therefore, feir, that our wholeilJslem/ of ing about ibis needed reform in our statutory difficulties. will into what great measure. h___ _.___ __
legislation, so far as the license features: arc lawn, (here may be doubt ; hut there must bea. I Il seen a State entitle themselves to Southern fa"or.- 1//rrora strong Taylor Whig paper, is prom G ov. the Washington

concerned, is wrong: f-itally wrong, and not way by which public sentiment can legiti.mately distressing condition the recent outbreak has I In their recent State Convention they passed .i nent ; and we,extract the following! from one .Rumor Bow;said some week since AutorUe

:II'' in accordance with the enlightened sentiment correct an c'il of such infinite magni t thrown our frontier settlers, and that their a long siring resolutions, of which the two of its editorials,as being better than any thing Bro n had written lo Washington, thai Gov.!

of the age, or with the moral fooling: which I ullt". t troubles and losses entitle them to aid and following the first ting his 'nejr in tr.Dsmit. :
were : could say : regard lo our Indian
influences us on other subjects of public inter' The voluntary organizations of temperance i indemnity as well "r culties and dim :
r' rst. "I'hallhe grog-shop is a nuisance to public associations: under vaiious names: which arc a sympaUiy. .fh"yalso Resolred, That the Federal Constitutionwas But it is insisted] that} advalorem should! beubstiluted matters in relation. I'

morals, none will deny and it is evidently so so thickly scattered through the land, and i express a belief that the Indians can'not begot 'ormed and adopted expressly to secure s by specific duties ; and wherelreBy ? .We Whether wish to he inquire whether such is the fact r

regarded by your legislature, or they would l which are composed of so m ich of the intelligence I 00'wilhout a war ; and while they are t the blessings of Liberty' to the United States the advalorem system the la i it laid upon b did forward either lo Gen. 'l'ay.r .

not be taxed so high 'for the mere privilege of, I and virtue of the people, is evidence I grateful for the force sent I by the U. S. Gov.rrnmcnt and .their posterity and that no power was the valua of Ihp article imported. Sugar or in any member of his cabinet, or to any

disposing of their liquors. Other tradesmen demonstrative that the public mind i is painfully for their protection, yet they 1 given therein to extend( the curses slavery r ; worth 8100, 20 per cent. would yield a tax I ono Washington, with the purpose o JIN

are only taxed on their capital. The iner- awake to the magnitude of the evil, and to thonecessity t) alarm at the of fce wherefore, ire maintain lhat Congress has the of $20 ; while upon the same amount of sugar cabinet lluenciug or informing Gen. Taylor o DI'S

chant, the mechanic, or other branches of la. u which exists for its suppression. prospect our \0Iuntcers.1Jing right and i is in duty bound to altolish slaccryirhcrcrer but of fine quality, and worth 8200, the.I his news in relation to these matters.what .

),or or business, open their*hops free from any And while we see such praiseworthy and active withdrawn. Whether the Scnli"e and Ri r- it e.iiss in the Territories of the Union tax would* t be S W.) A farm worth 87000( up- Journal If yea, dil he write !t"-Floridian 4. ,

other tax than that on capital. But the man l fflorts making, and the great success;; publican are right in representing that t'lese; anil! plainly prohibit its! establishment in on which a tax <>f two per cent would be levied .j G/A .

\\bo retails spirituous liquors has, over and I which has crowned the elTirts; of these social volunteers are desirous under all the circumstances any portion o those Territories at any time would yield a tax of 8140 ; while one :I GoCrown'. oran, the Sentinel, after ,J

above the tax on his capital, to pay a consid.rrable 1. organizations: is it too much) to ask that the ;. to be recalled we do not know, thrush hereafter. worth $Z00, would yield only 810 revenue. some very original ana sage' remarks } J

amount extra as a bonus to govern : l laws .if the conntQwhicb are supposed! loembody doubt Rcjolved, That recognizing thr RestrictionofSNvery The same argument, with equal force, will dame rmors" to "lie alt
we gieally it. But is propensity ,
one replies
lh moral well the J sentiments thing :ertaiu within ils limits apply to silks, broadcloths, cotton good, & .
tnent. What is this for ? lie pursues a I,iw. as as legal: prctent as one or t to the
I of the should t the frontier citizens regard( their "it1 It. the cardinal of There is nothing in this the above by saying that if the Editors of ;
w fill I business, provided 'for and directed by law. people, be properly directed I i- principles our )political faith : improper ; on contrary i-
It is because the traffic entails! on society LII I. I to those ends ? drawal as dangerous and impolitic. We trust we pledge ourselves] lo our fellow-citiz it is in strict accordance with justice. J this paper believe that' .the public "tl would '

told wrongs ; because it palsies every health At another time I 11.1mB. review and commend t their frars may not be realized, but we confess the country to exercise to the utmost all ant t < But specific duties is a tariff of the same 1 I;j i be promoted by making ibe private cor-

ful pulse of life/ and sharpens every pang of the social cflorls which arc being made that the recall of the volunteers by Go,'. power we may possess to prevent the Etlen amount upon all articles of the same kinder' ': repondence of a private man public, they

death. It is because it scatters poverty nnd to dethrone the monster Intemperance, and! i Brown strikes slot of Slavery over a single foot of PecSoi. weight, yard &c. Brown sugar may be t laken ihad I better apply to Gen.
us as ill-advit-ed and calculated] Taylor for of
to rngs disease and death, broad-ca&i over (he seek to answer fornn of the many objections 1 for the purpose of illustration. Havana 1
land. Because it i' which are urged against; them those who to revive afresh the alarm of the settlers.- sugar we will worth S4 hundred; Gen. Brown's letters. As we never heard
depraves public moralaesiroys s, .|i'I by These form the head and front of the suppose per ; 0
individual peace and prosperity, and i are fond of( the creature.!, and object) so scru.pulou Their own representations on this fuljecli very ir the lax levied upon this amount, under ihpj j J t the rumor until we saw: it circulated! in th

introduces a leprosy, physical and moral, com. .I 'ly to any infringement of their natural furnish the best authority for our apprelrn- political creed. These express the fond st specific duties oft be tariff of 1842- would I be, Floridian & Journal, and as we are not inthv

pared: to which cholera, in its most frightful! :I I rights. QUINCY. sions. meditations of their hearts, and the deep and 82 50. Porto Rico, worth 82 per hundred! I,I habit when in search of truth, to invoke

.. forms! degenerates into a new complaint. Is -- --- --- --- final belief of their understandings. We ask wou'd yield the same amount of tax, r. e. 82 t' !'! f from that lgh
it rational, does it comport with the moral ECU. 'I THE SECRET CAUSE OF TH: RUPTURE WITH :irid J elections. i if there is any thing in them to juslifiy the 50. This is not more palpably unjust than! i source, we are unable to comfort tt.

timent of this christian age, to licence an evil THE FRENCh Al I:\ISTER. levying the same duty. upon all silks, all laces, dual editors in reference lo the fact, or I to-tall
In this Slate there confidence in Northern I
whose moral blight rests on the whole face of The circumstances were five Senatorial "OI.cancips slightest Whiggery all broad cloths, all ladies' hats, &c., &c., t them what ort of a story rumor has .loW ia- i
and whose alledged leading to the to fill. In those District, the anything to place it whit before the mo st without to the of this
S nature pecuniary wrongs has filled difficulty at Washington with the FicnchMinister Waigs n regard quality those article I t particular case, we therefore refer l thenv!
the land with pauperism ? Who would be I : had four ; limo Democrats, one. The arrant 'frec-soilism in our affections ? In truth It would be as ridiculous a* levying the ': t to Gen.
(says: (the Baltimore Sun) ate described I rfllul | Taylor and bis Cabinet, forfJlo'information
willing, under a proper sense of moral responsibility in a letter from Washington to iF: ; of this election is a gain for the latter of three, it is nothing but .the worst abolitionism. Ye same lax upon all farms carriages, horses, !! t which they seek." -

pecuniary,,which to estimate results the to injury society moral from flume I New York Herald, a portion of \\ Ilicb iep thus just reversing the figures. This Count I such men a(hose who passed these reso I 0. &c.would without require rtarc owner to the often value Ilrt'ot mountain It. r I I will l he observed thai the Senttael which

publish 'below. It in! proper to state that we (Leon,) Columbia, and Nassau have I'eniocruts lions are held up before ihe southern peoplas
agency of a single grog-ohop almost ever 3. have had a number of from other put ]land to pay a much a Van RtnseUaer, j i coul answer our questions if it choser to use

::' where to be found ? And who would he wil. quarters, corroborative of the reports/btatcments heregiven. in the places of Whig!, and ns the mz it. occupying better positions than the free: and force the tenant ofa hovel to contribute as I ils i privilege as Ihe Executive organ.lb t obtain

ling to assume all the responsibility; of such ter now stands, we have one majority ir the soile.rs. I is not so. There is the cvidfnce I much as the owner ofa the mod splendid mansion the information
disasters as almost daily occur at some Senate instead, of .to contradict it. If these in New York. There is in ,! necessary decine.to do more
ofl Mr. Pou sin is well known in (his countr f\'c against us as a: (ho only expressed the nnjuitice the than refer to **
Y- | us Gen.
them ? And yet we find intelligent legislators lie in views of the mode of raising revenue by specific duties, and j Taylor and his Cabi.
was the service of our country in former last session. A little mere of the same fpirilnel whigs of one State, there might81i "
estimating, with nice therefore it cannot commend itself | net. It will not do to
apparently decision l I for our fa. try to stave off the
the years- a long time as engineer. lie was fall will redeem (the State. be some hope. But this 1 is far from beinhe I I
precise amount of damage which the b- vorabl consideration. matter .thus. The
.. un I attached to (the French least people of this State are
embassy, at
.' lie interest and morals will sustain by the[ was very intimate with the French or:Minister, ,, Horace Vaughn, (I D.) is elected. Senator in ( case. We have in tlics-s resolutions Ihe But it is asserted by those who are ignorant deeply dissatisfied with the treatment we have

establishment of a grug. hop in their midst. j when Mr. Pontois occupied that position. It Nassau, over Stewart, (W'.) views of every Northern man who calls himself of what they discuss, or are personally received from the

Twenty dollars for instance, is agreed on, af. will be recollected !Mr.\ Pontois was a Hon. Robert Brown, (I D.) elected in Columbia. t whig. ,, interested in the matter, that specific duties are and Washington Authorities,
very that
ter due consideration, as the fraud. We ( treatment has been occasioned
amount which r
prevent them by
in For necessary answer
elegant man society, but he was quite n our part, we denounce
shall be paid to government as n full equis'a. socialist of the l fashionable order in frre.soisme'erJwhere by a quotation. from a speech of founder of t the correspondence of Gor. Brown, or

: lent for the injury which society is to sus. things. Every one recollects the arrival certain of l Mr. Perry, ((0.I ) elected for the Countbsof whether in whigs or democrats. the protective system.Mr. other prominent citizen, they would like any to
tan by the location of Alachua and Marion. We justify no man for entertaining odious and in bis
a groggery in their I j Signora America Vespucci. Her affair with: Clay remarks to the Senate, i i 1.know it. The Sentinel has it in its
midst. Paltry sum, when weighed againstthe the Duke Orleans is also known ihe The Wbigcandidate, Dr. Cozzcus, isde 'I. dangerous views, because he happens to be March 1, J842, saidCompare the sy s" i how power to
among state the
ruin which it carries in its tern and ad j! f\c is so far as the Governor isoncerned.
train. The of specific duties
initiated. She was sent out lo this ed in Hamilton. our party on other questions. Would that system ,
husband and father is seduced! the country and I maintain that .the latter is 'c That it refuses-r tt do is
by flowing by Louis in order southern j justly: entitled > so, a cir.
to lake her would
Philippe attractions We have whigs the j
: the wife and children. head very little from the Cairn t iv. pursue same courseBut the !
cup not only neglected, : his and heir to preference. I believe lhat if adopt 'cum tance which tends to confirm what t
away son, at (hat they do not. Far different wp ru-
and the means of comfortable election The following is their con fixed of ad I
rate valorem
support takenirom flirt AI gentlemen are re- a wherever it can morsaid some weeks since."
them, but that husland and miner, trans, j Mr. Pontois knew Ihe history of that famous reported a elected- lo the ollice ot oucnti in duct. While they present Northern Whigs he done, the revenue will be subject to fewer
formed into the fiend incarnate, I to our favor their frauds than the injustice and frauds incident We venture lo repeat our and
superadds to I female adventurer, who was a sort of Italian their respective Counties : notwithstanding open devotion to inquiries
the miseries of poverty such abuses as only Lola Montes and he introduced to the worst doctrines specific duties. One ofihe most prolific sourcesofthe we can assure the Sentinel that
the drunkard is her into fashionable Mr. Braddock, of Nassau ; R. B. Con ova, frce.soi they at the I' any clumsy
capable of visiting on the society in Washington, where she of same time denounce those northern violation ofthe revenue laws has been, I efforts at ridiculing such enquiries will fail to
St. Johns
of his Mr. Wilson of Alachua democrats
bosom A.
partner and the ; ,
pledges of his I, cut ; as everybody knows, the effort to of,
a distinguished& figure the i the "
affection. Oh, who, fir, could weigh dollars I, dency of Mr. Van Burcn.during She wanted presi. J. T. Wright, of Columbia. who still deny to Congress the right to interfere a finer quality and higher value :005 under |> I satisfy people that rumor" has not in

and cents against the tears of the heart.bro. "corner" of land to be presented to her by a We have nothing further 8 to Major Gen- with s1u\tr' in the territories. Thisis ihe lower rare of duty required for those f I this instance spoken the truth. If she has

ken wife and ruined offspring 1 Or who could I! Congress!, in consequence of her being the eral. worse than silence against northern whigs'lis ofa lower value." :spoken false, say so flatly and quit trying to

consent for, on proper reflection, to raise a revenue I only remaining descendant of the discoverer -.-- \.. suicide. 'Tis this which has driven Here is language used by one .who spoke I'make that impression by twisting all around

human happiness government? from What a would source so fatal to, I of ths continent, whose lame it bears, Ameri- GKORGIA.-This noble State shouts forth I many northern dcmorat from 'their adherence so understandingly, after the two systems had t the point without once going up to it.
be thought t cus. Many of the members of the tt''n fully ril-d. This authority we
the Senate of her pre
: ofa triumph democracy. Tow s i Ire.eiected is umf.wi
legislature which thould enact a law thai t and House of Representatives to the South. Jis this which has led t to be conclusive ; al least with all who re- The voice of

for twenty or fifty dollaiF, a pestilence result. j I America Vespucci the paid Signora Governor by a majority of nearly! coalitions now so fiercely denounced here.vo .- the "originals" with palpable disfavNolwilhtsanding We have Fore's State.
greatest attentions, pointed the
ing in so deaths, three thousand voles about the out action of the New
many generating besides o
FO 'I for she was a large, fine, dashing woman. and majority given > trust the southern people win see the true York
diseases Whigs: in their State
many and at the same time produ. !, she made her to Gen. Taylor last fall. The the triumphs of tbe tariff Convention on the
appearance at all the fa bitna. same rev. position things, and act in
cing the moral and pecuniary ruin that ardent firmly repelling of 1 846,and the I subject of slavery. These resolutions
t i bio soirees in the capital. olution here that there is in all the States unparalleled prosperity which says

spirits do whose, should! be introduced, and houses' t j Soon after the period lo which I refer, Mr. since the hurra.eleclion of" Rough and Rea. any deception attempted to be practiced upon the whole country exhibits under its operation the Tribune, a Taylor organ give the "col'
opened, especial business it should be Poussin their minds. still the discontented manufacturer
to disseminate it ? Suppose that I residing fifteen years in this dy." Both( houses of the Legislature. democratic. Ihe harps leclite and individual sentiments of tie Wkig ,"
licences ---- of
for ---
returned -- upon necessity more protection and the
to Paris.
.m country In Paris he became York."
the introduction of small pox should be granted I connected with the Republicans of that Well done, Georgia. She has join. The Jennings Family-Great Fortuna. press which advocates their cause portraysthe ofNeic There is no difference amoag .!

for a certain sum of money, and that persons city, was an attache/ or editor of one of the cd the voice condemnation which the whole The following from the Journal and JMsengcr advantages ofthe home market, which them ; thy all agree with Fillmore in bitter

S finding in it the profitable should pay the lax, and en. journals there, published several works on country is uttering loudly and strongly againstthe L relates to a matter in which we under.. they will extend to Ihe farmer,pro\"irtd the(ar. opposition to our slavery institution. Fill '
gage suppose that it had precisely of the the disease ; and I this country)', in which he lauded our institu- humbuggery of Taylorism.MAKVLANU. stand some of our Florida citizens are interested mcr from, will his generously allow to filch money more was endorsed by Taylor, and Taylor
same physical I lions, our character and pocket.
took into his
everything connected Cabinet
0effect Collarotr
on society and individual prosperity and I with Yankees and Yankeedom. While .-This State, too, gains a democratic : The farmer, however, aporeciates the Ewing an! ,
ful 1
life that spirituous liquors have, what would I in Paris re. Congressman. Down down WM. offer, and understands whose views agree with his. Sad omen for
be the siding Mr. Poutsin was a member of. thus JENNINGS died in England in 1793, operation of the
Why sir feeling I of the people on the subject T r the same club with which Ledru Rollin and : down sinks Taylorism. The Legislature, as leaving an estate of 810,000.000. He had swindling protective system in all its details. the South !

would, venture to say that public indignation many other red republicans were connected. before, whig. no legal representative in England. The for humbugging ihe people of this The following we extract from tk Tribune

itself reign for supreme, that society would I Even before the deposition and running away -- --- heirs on the maternal side there, instituted country is past, and we are surprised that any I in reference to the Taylor! Convention of New
organise the
suppression of the plague i of Louis The Sentinel on Falsehoods. suit and should be made to revive
before it could be Philippe, Mr. Poussin was active in were dcfeaterhy tne crown, upon attempts an odious i York :
: tion and abated by counter legisla. preparing ground and stale of public sen. We said last week that we have heard I the ground that on the paternal side system which has been repudiated and condemned
.. that every representative who voted I timent from by the American "We invite attention. to the Resolutions 1
for the bill would which sprung the revolution of that Gov. Brown expressed an expectation were in the United States.! This informationcame people. .
S be piomptly cxpolltxi |I.y What right have few adopted, and emphatically, t those relating to
that lo a branch of the a manufacturers to i (
their constituency. It is no figment of the 1818.Well the \'olunlecr would be arrested by Gen. Jennings Family demand that Slavery in the Territories and its Extension
revolution was effected Ledru in Ihe Northern Eastern Slates a la should be levied the
brain, sir, to suppose Ihem parallel abuses I Twiggs." The gentleman from whom anl some fifteen upon thereto. If the be and
of Rollin Louis we that language explicit
Blanc, and a coterie socialists years ago. They investi.! masses, money may be put in their own no
Into legislative a fevered power, nor is it working the fancy and ultra republicans seized the provincial; heard this is a Whig, and lie gave il to us as gation which proved abortive prosecuted, but elicited an in. sockets Have they not already the protec. unequivocal, and the expression of hostility

has carried state to the to suppose that in temperance government. Mr. Pouslin was ole of the coining directly from Gov. Brown to him.- formation which is said to amount almost to tion which a strictly revenue tariffgives them?; decided and thorough, then the fauJlJics in th.
drunkard's grave thou. cotciie. Habituated( to their His positive that the Suppose foreign iron can be landed in ability of the ? : )o in the purpose
S ands and hunddrei of thousands ways and principles veracity is unquestionable.' We made proof Jennings' of the South.. New of the tr\ver..al
where of victims,, accustomed to their manners, and cnn and Western States are the York for $100 per Ion, and a of$30 is Convntio or witness that
the legal heirs.
email un.
our statement in tarif wc-ear.
or reply to call from
pox even cholera has a the two side
settled I laid it. appeals
carried in some respects in their general They communicated this information Upon This operation once increases tom every by
their notions to the
almost solitary victim. Sir, all history and I he was appoined Minister to the United I paper in Jacksonville for information on thi esuliject. Southern branch of the family which to the the price of the article to 8130.: not for the strongest and most unambiguousdeclaration
daily experience attest the sad truth States and here The statement is the of that protection enough for the American I in favor of the ree I
that drunkenness has I arid only.a few days before substantially number 78, assembled Convention at man. I 'Soi princ.
produced the
ful of all ravages the human most (ri.ht. the inauguration of Gen. Taylor. The same a t hat originally published the News, Nashville, Tenn., on the 20th ult., for the purpose ufacturer of the article ?1 American manu, pie, and such the first two ns wer
amongst family, J letters and facturer has intended to embody. There hair t
statements which have of no rigid lo ask even that waano
been and taking
afterwards preliminary for .
and from whence issues published discredited in steps the protection
its a passionate prosecution
\, poisoned stream ? give n sufficiently con eel view of the of their claim. the and it would not be extended to him if it splitting about individual opinions and party .
From the Among members
grog shop, this authoiised of technical manner by the Republican and Sentinel.; 'tests, for the collective and sentiments
.#> ,awe- .1t.1- there. tbat. agent' details of the one orn- --.- cm.ticlaims .... of t the family present_ were the lion Dudlev did not. incidentally. and necessarily follow: individual ,
imbrufes himself tuu iaiuer and nunuariQ so it is unnecessary for me to The latter paper is still trying to deceive s. Jennings, oi Jackson, Miss.. Rev. Hans. irom me- levying a taritit- --upon foreign impor. of I Ihe'higs of New York are identical -

,. throned thai lime; there is lost that reason is de. those dry immaterial facts. I have repeat great the public in reference to the matter. It does ford D. Duncan, of S. C., Chancellor tations. Why should not the American farmer: and they are embarrassed by no antagon* )

thatpoverty; and hunger worse than lost ; difficulty) however, to tell the story, or shape not deny, our statement I, and it cannot. It Ligon, of Ala.,arwel many other seekjlhe cheapest market throughout world I i ism of parly allegiance to personal conviction.
are entailed on his a ) tlemcn to purchase his iion salt They are earnestly, hostile to an\
to publish it-I of resolutely
way a mean the does not distinction. After or ? Why
family, and ruin and even condescend to for a patient investigation sugar .
disgrace on hmsclf.Sir facts which have caused and increased the enquire our ofthe of should not the shackles be struck horn Extension of Slavery, and mean to act an
it has genealogy commerce
been members
the lot of many of us to witness authority. Oh, no I that might out the many that he vole accordingly."
and bitterness bring
acerbity in the of that his
extensive may
I the truth of these diplomatic cor. family, in which much legal carry produce to any
statements. 1 have seen which has truth, and thus bother ils of the
S. the son of a drunken fatberdilven respondence laid the foundation for purpose somewhat. ability was bear, a committee of part globe ?
; a wanderer his repudiation by ibis Shll: what course does it But, say the manufacturers and After*-" God forbid, ( {
and outcast from that home government. Mr. pursue 7 It speaksof ae"ena appointed to obtain in a legal form, give us protec Bio Ai
.,11; to Jove and affection : once tbe onco abode consecrated of Poussin[ is naturally a warm-tempered man, the News as having given publicity to (the necessary)evidence, and then to send a (tion, and we will yiek you a home market, 1r. ,) tbat Genera1TaylorshotJ

c J :, r tv and surrounded by all the pleasures plen. but, a a general thing, not cautious enough, something strongly commissioner to England to prosecute the and increase wages of labor. In proscribe any man on account of a diflerenco
savoring falsehood
:' .\ dearments of a and en. and he certainly never would have gone the suit for the immense sum which they believe answer to this promise, we have the facts to I of political sentiment. He would a won

,-1';4; : him 'in rags, without happy friends home.where I have seen !length which he has gone, had he not been and a having sent forth a.malicious lane they are entitled to. show, that as protection has been increased,, think of running from a Mexican.""

!or, urged by other motives and other der." Genteel language, to be cure, to LEI the price produce bas fallen and ihewagp I This was before the elftio .-

.. :,r'A, "IOcfleltI'flic1gf ld "midit thousand pined (or fOod" world. Suffice to I the amount of labor Republic," the T.yl at.Washing
.i. say point of fashion imposed them has
does not and upon I
I have not time using cannot deny. Washington to Mr.
nor i is il i Secretary Ewing low
able on been without
in increased.And confesses
ki i necessary, to speak etiquette, which a woman is concerned ton, 10 some 50Oremorsla.
f4 of tbe whole train of evils and disasters grow. created a very serious difficulty between (he, As to other matters connected with Gov. terms, understanding that he was to be ap. this is tbe liberality of those who play cause, and the opposition press put down the

( ...i hug influence out of the the retail licence system, of its French embassy y and (the government. This Brown's language and conduct relating to hispredecessor's pointed to some lucrative office. Being put tbe Shylock when power is placed in their number proscriptions at 7000 since the *"*

: on character of unions, and the difficulty threw Mr. Poussin into a atate of acts, which we mentioned last off from time to time, be finally concluded he hands. But they assert that a higher of March.,

e! .:: to stability of of free the government. I have not time high nervous sensibility, and hence, in his week, the Sentinel seems lo think nobody will \ trifled with,.and flared up. The result I Ia will produce competition ; tbe farmer larif a. We wonder how .the Whig parl1eTer ex.,
speak gallows-chain, tbe gibbets correspondence bandon his ] to be believed such brazen
concerning the small plough, and become ; pecU .
'' claims believe he is in the habit" ofthe a consumer .gaiu
;: of such was"that Mr.
',. dungeons, alms-houses, and penitentiaries to above referred to, he forgot himselfand things.It mater Ewing had to quit instead of a producerjall resulting In'a and wholesale of its promise**

) .S Whoso ravening heights and polluted walls, in such a way as cannot be by wrote may not be his babil"-we il .is not. ihb house ; and Mr. D. authorizes an exposure home market. There would be glorious,
op some
,.his system is but the recruiting sergeant._ principle diplomatic deftnde or decency.any But that by no means lessens truth of which he believes shows t the disreputableuse ibility in this assumption if tbere no pIau for.ests \VI..U'CT' Ot. 4.-Yellow DP! f-r;
Nor will I wer
those attempt to point you (or a moment You will perceive, however, that this in. what we said. We can assure that paper we a high Cabinet officer is disposed( make to be cleared, and if the' i mont of pruc.I I D; 'Virgiu310. Bar 1-45 to .
t scenes groveJling dissipation, of direct cause o this difficulty! between the LaG aid nothing we cannot givo authority of his official positi ix. lion ofihe American soil had'reached high- Nxtfiny. Sep 2.-Ol Dip, .:.0;
But there
poipt. are Vas'i.md. gloomy l tor-
t Virgin, $:.50. Tar.1.5*.'


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Oridamtion the price of Public Land. Public Meeting.At inconsistent, inasmuch as lands upon said,-reserve -,.. @ List- of Letters
"s ( .
Thli was a measure strongly recommendedby a large meeting of the Frontier Citizens have beeu-surveyed and sold by the. 'Go ? T.> EMAINING i in.'the pot Office at Tallahassee iLr

the l last t Administration as one founded injustice Hillsbornugh County, held at the house of vernment. IX October I, S49. :

and good policy. The advantage it S. I... Sparkman, Fort Necessity, on Wednesday 17. Resolved, Thai for the purpose of making And. James. Lang Rev Tim

the 26th day September, 1849, S. a correct representation our condition Adjutant General- Lindenberger, Richard JAh4CHAEACU1 1
towards developing the resources of the coun. SPARKMAN was called to the chair, and to our Governor, a delegate be forthwith des. Alien, M J Levy, AlmondMcGwire.

and in enabling' poor men to procure patched to Tallahassee! to confer Byrd;Benjamin ; Mr t1TUfruII !
try J. C. WHITE appointed Secretary.On with that 'Br. THOMAS BROWN GOVERNOR cr FLRI .-. Brown,Mrs JB 2 McDanell, Mr

homes on easy terms would seem to com. motion of J. D. Green S. B. Todd was functionary, as to the necessary measures to ,XThIfREAS- It is univenally admitted]hat t I here Brown, J B 4 McPherson, Aca1neuns.lrs

mend it to universal favor. Dut not so. We called on and explained the object of the bo taken for its protection and support, and l .5 V i?no sentiment more amiable'and .noble! than Elizabeth Icntire, Dr t IItttiii
meeting. that Dr.; S. B. Todd be and hereby is elected that which prompts us thankfully to acknowledge urg F (cehee. John C
find among the resolution? of the Whig Con. such the favors which we have received, and to-ble the Butler Jacob ,. Miss Mary
On motion of the Rev. S. Knight l. to ap. delegate, and entrusted with l full powersfor k
ntion of New York, the same Convention this benHador10 bo.tows them; and surely if it be Harrington, SacipponBBrooks Mercer,DanlAlaigb
Committee to draw resolutions .
point a expressive James
up to blend with the emotions of affection M *Antony 1.
that paused the free.soil resolutions we elsewhere
publish, the following declaration of the appointed: Capt. John Parker, Dri S. B. Todd, meeting be signed by the Chairman and belefcor. much more our bounden dilly, as a Burthkm.sABelli 'Jltrri,1. D .,

oam'uel: Knight, James D. Green and Peter Secretary, and published in the Tall ahassee people-a duty enforced by the dictates of James Mier. John I
views, of its in that State this Beck Mrs Sarah J
party on subject : \ and Jacksonville reason and the precepts of adore and lonlrose.. 3p.p..
Pi'att.: On motion" the chairman was addedto papers.S.
the James 2 ,
still magnify great and of
Rtsolvtd That we have resisted, and our ha-
the committee.. The meeting then adjourn. L. SPARKMAN, Chairman, honal.domestic, and individual l privileges. Blessings Beal. Miss 1 P More, RoM P.
resist the project of Graduation or progressive ed until 4 clock, when.tbe, following Pre. Jon C. WHITE, Secretary. which we socially enjoy require a social acknowledgement Ballitane; O'Neil Wm M
Reduction of the price of the Public Lands, amble and Resolutions were read and adop. ; mercies which are publicly be Crowell, Dr Richard Oliver, Miss Martha H
because its natural tendency must ever promptto From the Savannah Republican. slo\f demand a public expression of praise. To Carney, Mrs Mary Ann P borne.lrl( M A *
ted .
idleness, improvidence and neglect to pay unanimously : ONE WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE. engage men in the proper discharge of this solemn Collins, J J O'Nei. ;
WHEREAS The Southern frontier of the duty it has Carter, Thomas
been P
long an established in Christian
the of the holder who will seldom Arriral Steamer Canada usage Pll. \ ,
on ofthz at .
part Halifax.WASHINGTON communities Coles, R B ,AlexanderConnelDavid
penin-ula of Florida has been settled l by a to set apart'stated seasons for the (
pay ten shillings per acr, when by holding hardy and enterprising population, who left Got. 4th, 1849. more particular review of the mercies of our Heavenly 1!Pasgpell.Bennett
off for a term cor years they may obtain the Hen'facor. and a serious consideration of the Cannon. Win Panswell, Brink GAY'S ,
the old of the The British
their homos in to Mail steamer Canada arrivedat -
parts country Crow, James 3
for shillings ar.d this reduction, returs are due to him. Penfel..r
name however guarded two in its ;terms, will inevitablytempt open and improve the wilderness frontier :- Haliftx on Tuesday, with one week's later Thelefore.b.v virtue of the authority in me vested, Cooper, James' LCleveland. EXTRACT OF CANCflALAGUAj; t 1

And whereas, these settlements have been intelligence from all parts of Europe.! I10 set apart and recommend THURSDAY, the .Mrs Susan Powell,James A CALIFORNIA 1'liANT OF RARE
to and facilitate the monopoly of vast first day of November next, to be observed the Carron, James Rogers, Wm 2 ,
made in compliance with the request and invitation LIVERPOOL \IARJaT.-Th: (' Committees : by
tracts by capitalists and speculators to be with. good people of this Slate as a day of Public Thank Chairs Ann Maria Rawles, Mrs L \ .
held from Bale until. quadrupled in value by of our Government, made for the purpose quotations are : Fair Upland and givine' to Almighty God for the fruits of the earth, Dagnerrean Artist any Rolles.S JRyan.Wm A CERTAIN PREVENTIVE AND CURE FOR I '
OfitduCiflgsettlCrs to into :Mobile !it/I.! Fair Orleans 5J. the !same and all the other Danelly.Wm E RRobison
the labor of surrounding settlers, and finally penetrate the ; as blessings of His Merciful Provi- fever and .1gvtt Conmn'jption, Coughs, CoJdt, :j
unsettled part o the country : And whereas, on the 15th Sept., but the market was dull.- dence. Dupont, Charles Lewis, Influency, islhma. Bronchitis, Serojula, Govt'tRheumatwin :ill, .
old at an enormous advance to the improverand it was upon the faith of the promises and rep. Sales of the week 29,000 bales. The accounts Given under ins hand and the Great Seal of the Dent, John l Re.igan, Wm ..\mralzia. Erysipelas, Lumbago, .
cultivator." 1 [lA!] State this ninth day of October A. D ,one DeLacy, A Rubinson.Mrs Isaac Pcralyris,Pleurisy, Jaundice. Jtypepsiat Co,- ,I'
nrsentation of our Government that the citi. from the districts .
manufacturing are
I Ito thousand eight hundred and forty-nine. DeLacy, John Read,Caroline S titenrss. Files, Dyicntery, Dropsy. Li (r Complaint
evils here
Whether the > depicted as likely
should be and the Indian rather
Zeus protected removed unsatisfactory* THOMAS BROWN. Daniely, Arthur Reean, Richard *. Billhua CompfaintitJMrrrous.lJfectioni't
flow from this measure may be justly apprehended I : And whereas, the conditions of the FLOUR ANU GRAIN: :\1..cJi Eis.-Weslern Ottob
we cannot say ; but the suspicion! Treaty of Payne's Landing, (for the removal Flour 19 a 23s., Philadelphia and Baltimore Eason EverettMrs, N; F G n.binon. Daniel Obstruction, Fluxes, Imligetlion, Uef ,t '
R.binson. Andrew J
of such vagabond worthlessness among the of the savages in a given time, have not been 23 a 24s., Indian Corn, xvhite. 2S! ; yellow, P. P. LEWIS, FdwardsMrs Louisa MFarcloth Ross,John originating rated and Defective inConstipation Appetite, and all discuses

with And whereas the citizens 26 27s. The Potato rot i is in. ; Rhines
complied : a per quarter. ZnJJ settlers lands is the of
of nowcl
public a compliment ,
on sorry of this County have used!' their utmost entl.trs : \'. creasing. Provisions! in moderate demand.- HAVING' determined change his location from Fretnan,Jake D R

To that class of our enterprising citizen As << to peaceable relations with the Weather very wet in England. : Ga. to Tallahassee, Fla., would Pedrick, James Sever, Enoch IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD -
tender his Finley, Maj J J Smith, MM Ann W
to the other objections' ', they could certainly be Indians, even at the expense of their own interest MONET 1\IARKET.-IJOP abundant. re'pecHu1y'|?lj7en! this and the professional surrounding services eonntrv.to the He I Gfdson, Benj.tmincJ Smith, Sid and Ir i is gives remarkable tone and forits.infnainjjStrengthening vigor to the Ogestive organ,;

guarded against in the frame of the law. and feelings : e And whereas, the late POLITICAL NEWS.-Comorn till holds out. "il visit Munticelo. Madison! and Thoma-sville, Gas way, Mrs Mary A Shirt, Jesse j and Restorative Properties. t

outbreak of the Indians was without provocation The Pope i i" at Naples.! The Cholera is decreasing ., where prepared to practice his pro- Gilmore. James Simson, Lewis PSaunder.s I I Publicly admitted by Dr. Townsend, Manufacturer -

c-: The French difficulty results from our ( on the part of the whiles, hut entirely in all parts of Europe. The new lt'9'ion in all its various branches. hoping Itoin many Green Gooden, Lovis Jamp L MSmithMiss of "Townsend'* Sarsaparitla. ," to be -
in Ella -
years t the science he
lo able
invasion Mexico. hour army had not beenin prompted by their own blood-thirstiness :Ministers! were assembling! at Madrid, but lire !Jti experience lacli.n. All operations be warranted.to give en- Gaunt La.Fayetle! Singleton, CTJSherman U Far Better than" Sarsaparilla." +

Mexican territory, the affair t>f M. Port, And whereas, the present condition of the they have done nothing yet about Cuban af Ladies wailed on at their r wi. Grine!, Elizabeth yy- In corroboration of tEe above read the annexed -

and that of the luenin, would never have people on the frontier is one of extreme distress fairs. The Metropolitan Council of France njffu-DJ. D. A. Brandon: A. '(V. Preston, Hobby Alfred.Smilh., L>man communications as ;

t"xi.ted.-Ilicl.mond n7 g. and suffering, fern the fact ol having had commenced its sittings at Paris. The S.i I S. Adams, J. II. Hill!, Rev. P. P. Smith Thomas- Hudson,John, I HamiiionHall C Smith S'urge' ,!s.Miss Elizabeth I Conclusive Testimony' anO Proof PosHire.

44 Results are sometimes very wonderful.In been driven from their homes and obliged to Dutch Ministry has resigned, and the King vine.Drs.. W. J. Brin.on and J. H. Pope Madison Court Vi T Sharin Unnhlo1ng'worlh ton, Ben GEAEFEABllHtf coxP .
huddle themselves into hastily constructedforts has accepted I their resignation and given directions I 2 Shepard.MarandaSynches I no.tIi .
this instance the fault of our cotemporary is to save themselves and families from to f',rm another Cabinet. The Council 1011:;t.OflT.ce at the City Hotel. Herin Ion, Nathaniel R B Sir:-! are aware that as (originator} o(the ,

in not tracing the difficulty" back to the I. butchery, where they are enuVring from the. of the Turkish Government'Whive' deter October 13, IS 19. 40 Cm hIulnell Hnmphris. Miss, John E Spiatt Kpeer, James L I Gracfenber callrd to* the Company numerous, I must Medicines.have had presented rnjr attention to ;II

Revolution or Noah's flood. That wou'd I! various diseases! incident to that manner of life, mined not to surrender any of the Hungarian Notice.TnLLI.M Hopkihs. Mrs Mary Stout, Ltdia I the public patronage. ,I have watched with muchinterest

have been decidedly better, as the affair of especially in a warm climate : And whereas, refugees, either to Russia or .\ustr b. The Inzram Mrs Sarah Smith, RB 2 the i introduction of! the Canchalagua into
T. TAYLOR i is my authorized Agent Irwin John I this country! by yourself; and an free to saj that no .
the condition of the country is such as! to prevent dreaded Magyars I still hold out. M t Smith Patrick ;
and that of the
M. Port, Eugenia, ne'crbue i during my absence from the Statfr. JacksonTobiaq 2 Sharpies S J I Medicine stand *r> deservedly high a your extrac\
with ----- -- ----- --- -
from of
us returning degree ---- -- -- -- --
existed," nor the Mexican war either! any DR. CORBETrS HIGHLY P. B. WOOTEN. Johnson, Mrs R 1 Turner, Reuben I of that invaluable! plant. In inyo\enfami'y I have
safety to our homes : Therefore, October 13, J 1S49.. 4t. I J/hnson. Young 2 Townsend, Easter I seen its extraordinary efcacy. in the cure of a con- 4
but fcr those prior events. I 1. Resolved, That the condition of our sufforing Concentrated Syrup of Sarsaparilla.It Jones, L Trnluck Jason. I frmft case of allcomplaints which

The same paper continues-The report.ed country is! one that imperiously callo for i ill an undeniaMe! fact that no medicine ever Notice. I JoneNS Vinzanf, I require the prompt and thorougt.I purification of the
has beneficial' QlXweeks after ,date I will Johnson Mrs Rnxanni Wilson Jackson blood I deem your Canehalaguafar, very far superior
and aid. ought before the public, proved M> apply to the Honorable ,
difficulty with England springs from the sympathy ill cases nl Diseased Blood, J Liver Obstructions, Scrofulous -, I_.) Judge of Probate for Monroe County for letters .! Joh"on, Miss Adeline Williams,Nathan to any anti all the Sarsapanllas oj the day; .
same: prolific source." Why not at once trace 2. Resolved, That as citizens of the coun. ( Taint, Con-mnplive Habit and all cutaneous of iuhnini"Iraliol on the estate of Benjamin I! Johon: Mrs Queen Ann Williams, Mr I and with thel all Jam well acquainted. _
try and well aware of all the circumstances atftctions as that of Dr. CorbetTa The di that also to a more certain source-the discovery oi the case, we do know that no aggressionshave guished Professor Ha\e says:-" It ouzht:: to hate Key West, August 30, IS I 19. 40 Cw II '..VhittenLWKinSD I

of this Continent by the great Genoese been made on the part of the whites a preference, as the formula exhibits (the union uf West, RoM FROM A7f EMIET LA WYES KT ORTAPO:;
that could the some of the Lest of our native mulical! roots and Cotton. Kent, Robt 'Walker A B )I !!trCEt.
navigator ? serve as a pretext outbreak
; slants with substance of the highest repute as remedial Key )Micajer Walker Amelia 7.1S49. .
Of course! Old Zack and :Mr. Clayton have and whoever, be he officer or citizen, says or agents: and does nut contain any iT.ttalie 'JL FM1E undersigned i is now fully prepared lo make Kin?. Willis Wood JohnIlolzhrid Dear Sir-I have long ; ro". o Fet! you, that- I '. -
insinuates that such has been the is '' liberal advances on COTTON ron!ienni to his Rt-v R M Walker, Saml SWhitehead.
case, Compound. ( might give you an accurate account o.rl the remarkable J
bad no in producing these difficulties friend in New York. S. BURNEY.
agency ( guilty either of wilful blindness or palpable! t[Hut read what Druggists say, whosevcllknovsn October 0, 19W. J' I Putnam Mr cure of my only daughter of a violent case of
certainly not. flow could they ?! Theyarc falsehood. characters give full assurity to its virtues:] l :1Wated. I Levy, Robert Willfarrs, Jos R scrofula.! She is,iiovv zlrrost three years ol age. In

The Compounil,) Concentrated Syrup of S.irsapa-: lain. Rachel Wvch. Lilietol February last,,putrid I so e!upon the lips, face, and
men of peace, and reverence Washing.ton's 3. Resolved, That in our opinion, very pro Benjamin Wheeler, FG.
i rilla, made by the United Society at Canterbury, is glands, made their appearance, and iDcrfe with
Farewell Address. These excuses of I roneous reports have emanated from high trepared with i great care, and I the i increasing demandfor r A AH BALES COTTON, by tEe subscriber, Lair Japer Yourrr.an I frishtful rapidit; one of her eyes bame'o

the administration fur its blunders in i quarters!! to our Government, misrepresenting it i is positive proof of it. good effects. It i is now J\J\J\J for which the highes-t market price Lofton, Wm I badly ulcerated! ,that to all appearance it
organs the feelings and actions of our citizen prescribed by most of the Phy-icians in Boston and will be paid. S. F. BURNEY. i :i- Persons calling for any of the above letters again be restored. This continued for six weeks;
managing our foreign relations, display! the J 4. Resolved That anxious for elsewhere, which i i""< the best t evidence that they giveit October Ii, J IS 19. 39 will please say they are advert ied." i the child being a most horiblu ht,an the hearts .
we are
a preference over any other preparation of Sarsaparilla M. NASH,P. J. I of her parents almost broken. During the whole of
kind of :
reasoning peculiar to \\'hig t'rJ- peace, and for the sake of maintaining peace, offered' to the public. 10 PIECES DUNDEE BAGGING, October 0;, 1 1q3. 3! 3t I this period we Used SARSAPARILLA IN L. RGF

reasoning with which the people everywhereare would be willing to submit to large sacrifices: Since its introduction, its reputation has been 10 do Kentucky no I QUNTITlt but the disease was not .

manifesting their utter dissatisfaction.John and that we repel as a gross indignity any as. constantly) increasing and i it(' popularity extending I 10 coils Rope, 7-3 Osnabu: gs, CITY UOTEL, t ., the dis'eas'e was s'lill at its height;
: that anxious for that in every direction, heing recommended by most distinguished -t Domestics.- 1-1 do. I happened one day to call at.the store of your very :
persion we are war, or ph)sic.ans.. Jut received and for sale by gentlemanly agent in this e..and relating the

Van Buren and Georgia Whigs. any thing has been done to embroil us in a Hen_haw, Ward & Co., J. C. Aver, Lowell, I October /;, I I4t'). 3! S. S. KNIGHT. manner in which our child was afflicted, he advise : t.j.

John Van Buren, who has of late 'become war xxith the Indians.! J. Kidder, A.G. Tuckcr.Man'r.NHS. \ me lo make trial ol !Canchalagua.. I .5
5. Resolved, That the negotiations that are Carter & Wilson, .L.Greeley.Gitmanton" New and Fashionable Goods, one bottle having no confidence in itbut commen
high authority with the whig party, if we may AHison&.Ga'ultConcord" ced giving it according to jour directions, stopping :
Ashell 1Jo'den
with the Indians : RECEIVED Ann '
now going on are not likelyto per brig TALSSEE FLORA.
JCS flizaopentd. all other medicines at once and in just fire days the
jud e from the delight with which they q-iote result in any thing beneficial to the, country G. II. Carleton &. Co., Lowell. l reado inspection at the f THE subscriber has taken charge e of this well- swelling visibly decreased, the ulcer began to heal I.

his. impertinent and scurrillous abuse of Gen. for a great length of lime, if ever ; for it is (CJ- F.. I5RINLEY & CO., Sole Proprietors, No. 3 1:. 'HUUXKY": The Ladies of the city and country establishment, and will do all in hispower and she Improve rapidly for three weeks,and In our .
and 4, South side of Faneuil Hall, Boston.mvis: will do well to call and see tIe Goods below
I ad\er. satisfaction. His rules cured
general are less
Cast and Mr. Ritchie has our settled conviction that the Indians are to give very great joy was apparently than two ;
lately given our ti'lrd.Printed
& Cash and his charges be a follows: bottle having been used. this
; Naming case to some
whig friends across the line a pretty hard rap. holding out false cotolS for the sake of delaying Sole Agents for AIS.sfe. '' de Lames,
time. We do not beliex'e that they willevergive __ _I-__ r-----. ,I 'Figured' Cashmeres, f Trend Edgings and Laces, board per day, $t 25 the cure must have been .r fleeted by the ne of tho
It is contained in the -
following extract from a up any of their number to us to be : OBITUARY.Died 'I'Oriental, Ladies' HUck. and White do. per w eek, 7 50 S-RS.-P.-RILLA. and it was not easy under tha ,

letter fhii to a northern paper : executed and still less that wil1'er Hrocade Alpacas, Silk GIovo! I do. per week, with fire, !Of ci-cumstances, to argue against that opinion : BUT ,
at Apalachicola, on Sunday, the 30th nit.,, I Stinr French Bombazine, :Ladies Gloves, .
cold Lisle( I do. per month,without lodging, J:0 NOW THE PROOF. When the child appear t :
In reference to my own course, I intended. leave the country peaceably. WILLIAM( URO :mnOUGI"HAWKINS: in. \Black Uarcges, 5 do sup) ( kid d,> .4 do. with lodging, 2:0 ed to FOr perfectly cured we stopped giving her jour .:
to and I feel I did that I I.. 6. Resolved That we have hail too Spuniilkcamelian Colors!Linen Cambric I H'dk'fs, Ij'
say, quite sure say, convincing fant son of the Hon. George S. Hawkins, aged one. ; I do. with'separate 1 rooms extract, supposing all was safe; but in fwenlJ.fvG
should, 'under oo political necessity t wbateer \'. and soul.harrowing proof of the perfidious moth and thirteen davt Black Gro de SwisSaffita! Ribbons, and fires, 3; 0 days the same'eruptions, running at, eye. ,'J
__ !Black! Grode Rhine, Satin do fires day, cts. return. We waited five 4,
to to
Upport for the Presidency a.ny man who : nature of the Indians ever to trust them f ; per :0 swelling began days
hr.mt Cambrics, Bonnet do U Horse day, I would It increased
alli'ry. if it amount to any thing serious.
per ; see
diJ! not regard human slavery as an unmixed aain: ; and that we cannot and will not re. To the Citizens of Tas e :I DottedSuisiMuslin: mack Silk Viscts. per week, 3:0"' I rapidly a* befote. We.a;ain commenced :.I I.

evil and \\ho was not willing, promptly( but turn permanently I to our homes, until some. In obedience to an Ordinance of the City Council 'I' lbin.. i per month, u giving i her your medicine,ana in five days,(the same : f I

prudently) to use the full con<ersnn must pay weEkty, and transient I period of time as before.) she began to grow better; r'
I without baggage mu4 pay in advance. and in about two weeks was Tell again. From that '
of the Government to establish it. This 7. Resolved, That the two races cannot sent I the Treasurer's Third Quarterly showing Fresh Groceries. persons :
Report JOHN W. EDGE Proprietor. child has been
this the
day to perfectly r
declaration is written out in notes you have, live together in the country and that one or the amount of disbursements and of October ? w.II
receipts the BARRELS GENNCSEE FLOUR, r. IS 19. 39 -It My father Isaac Hedges, of North .
and I wish i it accurately reported, because I the other must leave, and that speedily. City up to 1st October instant. '0 I: I do do do a PHYSICIAN, came IQ see us with 'Adams.1Jss.

men literally to live up to it. You make my 8. Resolved, That unless the removal of the THOMAS J. PERKINS! Intendant. do St. Louis. do MRS. DEMILLYP prescribing for her. but a!we were using jourmedicine I ,r

remark apply to all offices, and therefore if I ; Indians is effected with despatch, the country 10 kegs Grshen flutter, pith success, and the child improving rapidly, ,

should chance to support for any local office a will bo vacated by the white population. The City of Talohn.tt in account with GEORGE :30 boxes do Cheese, he did not condemn it. bdt left( his own prfcriptior ", t
I' 'sacks Java, a\liu. and Rio Coffee, lobe used in case your Extract failed. :.i.
of different faith 1 should 9. Resolved That citizens of the W. IITH'!, Tra.urerfu, the Quarter ending ;
person present an we as 3D, 181'J.IS 5 boxes Loaf Sugaf. occasion for.it, and I! am sure he will now recommend f-
appearance at ludicrous at that of the citizens frontier, and as those most deeply interestedin ,. Septentbtr DR. 10 bbl. Crd-ilied( and Powdered do. your rnedicine in similar casesYoDr ;
Georgia who resolved in both their the matter nel the slanderous 10, do No. i and 2 1ackerel. obedient servant. 'f. r :
politi. aggrieved by Sept. 30. To rash paid for rart and harf 4i S2U OU ESfECTFULLY TENDERS her tlank t Ie ler t
cal conventions last fall, and in their tocalLegilaturl' reports that have been circulated, and are sills for market house, y 00 G ido\ do do do do do2U dobdo J.X friends and the public generally liberal I0R\CE J. HODGES. .j"jlWJI j "

I lumber for do. 70 4n- .
unanimously, that they would, anxious to prove to the people of our State an,1of boxes smoked !llefrlni l patronage
u hire of street linuanc of I the same,she can confide'illy that It. II.W1SSLOW, BACKER,W.\LLST.X. Ti
under no necessity whatever, for the the United States that citi. negroes 4 baskets froTh ( say fu I '
support we are good work to date 9: 0-i the coming season unusually strict attention will be New York, Sept. M, IStS. '
office of the President or Vice President, any zens. I certificates i!!urd by I 10 boxes Spena Candles, given to her businf's. Her table shall not be snr- To Frederick A. Gay, E.-q.: .'
: man who was not openly I and publicly! poed 10. Resolved, That we consider the military former Council, -1G9 0assed by any of this place. Hunters will be continually Mv Dear Sir-I cheerfully comply! with jour re-

I j to the Wilmot Proviso, and then pave the foice with which the War Department) : I I colin for nejjroe., 0 32 :barrel Wafef BUtter Crackers do employed during the winter for the wild quest in acknowledging, with others, thE benefit t
I third : of the fortst and for the feathered fowl ol the which I hate derived from the use of Extract!
))1 electoral tote of the State Jo Millard Fillmore, has no promptly supplied us for protection, is 1Irha'1,salary, C2 50 boxes No I Soap i lakes.ame Canchalagua"or California PraM ItsePectsupn .

) who was openly and publicly in favor it .' in fact but little inasmuch quarter Hyson, Hyson Skin and Gunpowder Tea?, evident and gratifying and have
of protection, as th"y I Clerk and Trcas. salary I Her rates of charge!for board and board and lodging my system arc f
)1 Such result give an air burlesque and bra. are stationed not between the citizen! and In. third quarttr. SO 0 Malaga Wint.Sieity. Maderia do per day week, month or year, shall be salisfactory induced me recommend its use to my triends:; and* i
vado I Mar.!com on $ .>!, 2U Albany Ale, Croix Rum, to her I[ am pleaded to assure you that !in no instance have .: )
to political declarations which is not to dians, but in a line of posts through ihri midst Yt Oj New England: do American Gin, patronsA
I! disappointed in il! 1 do not hesitate
ostler i attached.
stable with
I contingent *, a efcacy.
taste. of the thus the outside settlements expense 10 bitrcN Cumberland n .
my country, leaving including hoard of : Whiskey, September 29. 1St 33 Cm in my confidence in its medicinal quali- i.:1
Excuse this long letter, and believe me, entirely unprotected. of 5 M best Cigifs. ies.and to state that 1 believe it w i be found lo be I
negroes feeding
Very truly yours, 11. Resolved, That we earnestly and urgently hoi HP, &.c. 01 I 70 Just received and for sale bv "Now an excellent remedy in most cases diseases of the : ;,
October 6, ISh9. 3U S. S. K Openg"LDES' : ,
nuisances, M i IGiT. liver and kidnejs, in pulmonary alerions.ard also
J. VAN BUREN. insist that the settlers the frontier, ..removing latest
upon style black Silk Visets, black and blood .
Balance hand) S7 '; in the purification of the your IV
induced hither by promises of protection and on 3 (\C\C\ YARDS GUNNY BAGGING, Satin tor ladies dresses,, superior embroidered merit in the introduction of Ihis invaluable. plant '

DEATU OK WASHINGTON GREE lIow.-Tbe security, be provided with some means of sup. l,00S 12 : ,UUU 2,0Jyards! Dundee Swiss party dresses,superior embroidered colored may be.appteciaiedis the sincere wish of Io
that have themselves : 2,000 Sa Island Swiss i dresses', superior: ..vhite dotted Muslin, Yours sincerely, R. H. WINSLOW. .
- Waih'ngton Union says :-It is with sincere port ; as they organized 1849. CR. lot Ibs.. Bagging Twine, rich bonnet Ribbons, black and mournin; bonnet :Pamphlets containing a description ot Caliornia : ?-I i
for the protection of the frontier, and as completely Just received brig Smvannee and for sale by Ribbons, silk; Buttons, black Gimp velvet .
per fancy ( with information in
that the death I together re-
of &. Interesting
pain we announce Washing June ) By balance on hand, Sl ISI l :
maintained it as if soldiers, at the ex.pense : October, I ISJ'J.' 3! S. F. BURNEY. trimming' Ribbons. I.;....tho c.. .& ... ...;, .
Sept. 29. cash rec'd.on of taxes for > 23 0')
apt. '
11 ton Greenbow, a native of Virginia, and n of their time and every civil employment .. .. ..t 23.1: 63 I -- Just received per scnooncr Vincent trom New and clr( .are GIVEN AWAY aYlhe'AGENClES.: I,
' I. i Committed to Jail sale S. BURNEY. .
t recent resident of Tennessee. He was the they are in truth and justice entitled! to I. .. _27:S9 :, York and for 29,1S-J9.by 3$ J. Sold by LEWIS &AMES.Agents Florida.. .
September .
I ISI.DOS TN Monticello, Jefferson County a negro Tallahassee.
on of Robert Greenbow, esq., of the that indemnity and consideration which is piven ( 12''\ Ik I woman, who says she belongs to William -- ---- Octobefr6, IS 1 19-? 30 6m
to the defenders and protectors of the B. of Gadsden County, and that her BAGGING & ROPJust wei\ed. .
city of Richmond, nnd early displayed that energy 1 .. Rogers Ps. -
country ; that we painfully allude to the dis. Sept. 30. n balance on hand $S7 7S I 1 iame is NANCY- Said Nancy i is about 22 or Bagging, -
Sale Master
of character and of mind for GEO. W. HUTCHINS Trcas. 5U Coils Rope by Cacer '
activity that this of has 23 otJ, drk cnmplcxion. very likely J was
tress manner living produced, years
bis. Twine,
Jlfonlicello the Ut oh( October 100 order of the Superior Court t' 1t1.
-- -- ---- -- --- -- -- -- on day
which he Mr. G. demand relief which -- ---- --- --- -- ---- -- taken un near will By
distinguished. and that be
was always article
to of the
we are so The please come forward A lull supply abe ktItconstanl1y in Eqnity, I will offer at public inst. owner prove
entitled. : The Annual Examination of the students in \\1 on hand during season by. in Tallahassee on the firsl Monday in
was among the most highly gifted men with justly c propertvj charges, and take her away. Court House.
12. Resolved, That we suggest as means r Institute will commence on Tuesday the (: WILLIAM WEST S. S. KNIGHT. Decerobf next, the following property, riz : -
whom we have ever been acquainted. His : Tallahassee, 15, 1S49. SG Lot rJo. 52, in the north addition of the citr 'ci .
of relief, that those immediately on the fron. 20th NoTcmbVr next, and continue four dajp. October C, ISIti. 39It JaulerJeIhCo.. Spt. j, ,
-- -- --- residence Atkinson
-- --- -- the of Jesse E
Tallahassee,( sqj
extensive his
reading was very memory un. :
tier, who did, as above named, promptly, on I' P. SMITH, New Fall and Winter Goods and toUr negro!lTti.viz: Harriet and her : -

commonly tenacious, his accomplishmentsbrilliant the outbreak, organize and officer themselvesinto President. Board Trustees.A. NEW GOODS. HE UNDERSIGNED informs his customers and The above!aJ ; partition among the ehildred -

as well as solid. lie wrote well, and, companies, be at once received into the ---- -- --- ----- ------ ---------- T the public generally, I that he has agents of ex. distributees of Samuel Bryan and.of Leab Atkinson

service and of the State. E. MAXWELL JAMES B. and in the cities ol New York (01h deceased. The negroes will be sold? f6r cash, -
in fact, seemed destined to a long life and to a pay GAL perience npacry. of suited to this the !lot r on term made, known on the day sale ii iiI
the Ann ElizaVincent1 Lucy,Ocilla, and Boston, lor goods t
in.: Rfsolved That the condition of the TS receiving
I5jJirony tT LAW 'urchaseri to for ti'le .. '
high distinctinn. lie united wit in few be receiving pay papers.
great to varied J_ Suwannce, 4.C.. 4tc., a large supply of fall and market ; and that be wi. a ca's.
people occupying the forts along the frontieris attend all the of the Middle Cir- continue .dlring the fall and BEN!. Fi WHITNE
attainments to eminent WILL Court winter Goods, which he inVtes his customers and will
great generosity such as to demand assistance. and without (. tft- Office the Floridian &' the public to examine. A few gallons of that eld winter ant, f large and well assorted stock.of.; AMERICAN Mater ir ( .
chivalry A character. lie shone in com'er.ntion such assistance they cannot sustain themselves.The Journal Reading Room. 'I French Brandy ye I unsold. BRITISH. FRENCH GERMAN, ITALIAN Sepfeftiher C9, (18-19.. 38 lO '

and was almost the idol of his intimate alternative is presented to render them Tallahassee, July 2s, 1SJ9.- 3!! September 21 S.H. 33 pIe AND or INDIA fancy, GOODS usually sold, embracing in this market.ever art ide The,sta-facilities Lo .KArmi. I .Jifi

friends Mr. G. was never in public life ; such succor as they need, orjbat the country I'rotectlou Insurance Company of New Jersey, NEW which he now possesses for keeping on handa ;

yet be was one of the most active members should be vacated and given un to the savages. CAPITAL $20.0.Fire TTERSEYS, Lin'.eys Plins.GODS Osnaborgs, DIankel, constant supply of new and desirable goods, enables hi- REV. b; i.rpHJJS : ,
14. Resolved. That we are grateful to Governor and \. ,Brown and Bleached him to otTer much greater inducements to 0 Jt'
and boldest champions in all public meetingsof for his in lainer'"Stril' :Cashmers Ir4h? LinensVtluac friends and the public,both in prices and assortment, aunonnces to the abjc; thal??? i,tl1J.
Moseley promptness calling LEWIS t AMES, !, Fancy than heretofore. These, with strict attention to business JL inc the democratic party. Once he was the ed. volunteers into the field and for his.firmncss in Agent, Tallaha, Florida. 1 <>*, Hosieryrworted Satinets and Tweeds.Jiist he hopes will receive for him ai liberal share GUEUrUAN ARTISTpVepared FMo fndivrd- a 1

itor of a paper, in which profession( he exhibi. placing them' there. October 13, 1549. 40 Gin from'New: 1 received York,and and now for stale opening by ,per achr. Vincent of patronage. All ordefs promptly eSecut d, and uals' at;.iheir t o.m ., and "iU rat a.or picture l)
made to give satisfaction. The undersigned or ho charge for his tr will 6 into
ted strong talent for discussion as well as for 15. Resolved, Tint we highly' I appreciate Furniture at Auction. September. 29,13-19. :3S S. F. BUKNfcY. even effort will also purcnl cotton -oft zriake lIberaladvancesoi1 any net5hb6rhor.d. IheM, are;a filX1ie* who .",

sarcasm; and then ha retu med to the bar for the services of the volunteers sent fur out protection Satuiday next t, 20lh instant, will.be sold before : Potatoes Onions &o shipments' to friends in New York.S. will have pictures,if netiestf: fci.relict. at Tallahassee -
and especially the two Companies ON Auction Room for h, < P. BURNEt. Qmnry, Mon ie,no< o# WaSsd*; ti to your '.1
which lie had been most liberally educated.A commanded by Captains Fisher and Dell, and my (! in BARRELS Irish Potatoes, September IS, 1343.. 36Education w.reabotts. Can sula.a. goo5 p&ure al any Log

few month before hilfleatblbc{ had soughta that t'oluntref'lYmho kept in the fieldas A large and handsome assortment of new 1U 1 crate Onions Florida ,h declr%lion$. af "any Artist to ; :
hope Salt. Jnst received for
Furniture 10 sacks Liverpool ; the contrary nolWUhiianarnR.t FnStrnclJon given !Ira
settlement in the West, and removed to Ten long as an Indian remains in Florida ; and R. H, Auctioneer. ate by S. F. BURNEY. nrlHE' citizen of Tallahassee and vicinity! are re- the ar;,and a.:ajTf'QfafB* r rnIhe.t, frova $Th tcr \1;

neuee, where he and his partner and friend moreover, we recommend to the Governor to 13, 1S4t. BERY September 29, 1549.. 33 JL pectffflly informed that the eiercis'es of the $lO). Pie ( pcttireI from $1 ,Wfo 4. .

John Poindextcr, established themselves in order them to proceed to the frontier fur. the Otobr- 'Notice1. I .' For' Sale Male School! under the Ntil/wlilbe direction\ and inslrtittof oltheRev.Wiiiufsi ( \ ; 18. 38 M t.

of the settlers. .
the town of Clarksville. protection fonrferf of Oclobef. Tef ins asMiiua!. 100. For ,>.
Disease overtook date I will make ) 2&JL milE HOUSE AND LOT j orcu- dav..the lit Sae I
weekf after 16 I
16. Resolved, That the idea of the settleinent SIX aplkati' 1 JL ttte neit aeiStJurt 6f Le 6n Female ., % EOlaANIbOII1 .
him hoxvever and him hIon.Juc4ie of Probite% (or PJMB piettbyJddgeBtoon1ekflocfl ** the ie Academy.ondW JELY 25 je ri of tg##
,. prostrated on the 14th of few what has been Je resioVnCe.For (th* of Mrs.; E. A. A' tolerable .fttfrE*
; a: persons opon I for Lellenrof Administratronrm; Kstate: of Far I -Austin ptirf-a,rerydesirable in.ructlon iIJL, wi com I a a rp ;
in..., sincerely mourned and respect by hit :called the Reserve- hr an encroachment upon quhar JOHN SMITH/ ternwjtc ;"rpry
new \'ell.h.i., ancient friends. the rights of the Indians i i. i m onr estimwtiorr, Auus Macrdftc., ? 3 f' Stpt.f'ilS.f) ( 1llllse 1&, 1849, 36-I\V &rtebr 2' .,,,519 *. 37 o\


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I fL.UP3CTUJUXU COMP.tY} Session of I84O--'50.rpHE IS PUBLISHED ETEB SATCRPA TT' TILL be otTered at Auction numerous tracts of A aa by tl.e it (f..pp

il __._.' -wTER1S VV Laud at the places and times I 2* 5( rha pa... oi. F Ti..id *
BOLTO'a taxable Mj j t>U
PULLDIG, IVL* IT IWJT OP WnLr&LL* nest Coarse of LECTURES will be ccnX ,
I .
a. anaan
) Middle Circuit of Florida. : lowinff.viz: ; a. c* tin. r..i,
BAVAfUA1I OIO. nenced: on the FIRST MONDAY in Novem I uL..usi1r It

1 Leon County Circuit Court.-In Chancery.b\ cr. and continue until the first cf March! following. T rittr DOLLARS per ainnra, if paid in advance. At" MiltonSanta Pcnsacola on the R.va 4th County December, oa the next-Clh Dec'r. f )&ICidW. s.adi.es f7r.VtV.YOrlcVjrf ws. hut si f4w.tr tic. fla TP.1Wlh4IJ-,

,. A!,WA! MABIA.THAOEWEI.L.r* JAMES D. TsuDE.WtL 1!I FACULTY. T icREF JLXD A ini-r. if paid within six: montt Euchecanrs Walton Co, en the 10th roMs,ca.at'e.au t tLL. TM .. is.u.. A t.i. *-
.H _-, 1 FOUR DOLUARS, if not paid until the end of they ear.53These .
: tL' -::: '-- -... 411 !., Administrator of William Tradeirell. | GEORGE M. NEWTON. M. D., Profes-orof Acat- Roach'- Bluff! Washington County, on the. he cf'aiebg cri f wb.t b. oi. Th is __

4 I \. -4 44i TT appearing to the Court on the attirit of cr-rn-j .tnT.and Dean of the Faculty. teim will be rigid!* adhered to, ando 13th December. man -Jos f Xt Mt t) MOCJCCt.YF. kv.d,sad pireb*. so.,

: ( L plai'iait'* Solicitor that tie d'1en4'nt in tl> ] L. A. IUGA. M. D Professor ol Physiology and n paper will be discontinued until all arrearageare At Marianr.a. J Von Ccunly.on the 15th Deer i; CRlGIJfJr9f CID 1'u. JwbToaa.at p.

abo\etated catiedr** not reside in Floridi.-nt' jn Pathrlr i.-al! Anatorov. paid, unless! at the option of the publishers- Subscribers 1 lilt's Mill, 1ilhonn Co., on the 17th > *. btrUsoa It tie Ci Dr". H at, -

__ :; ? the tateof( South Carolina: It it Ordtr'd, Tht the ALEXANDER MEANS,M. D., Professor of Cbetait will be received frr three months at Ore Quincy, Gad-den; County, on the 10th e.rv's.4. k.s ,tiiai ,. lb. cts .1

aid defendant appear and answer the coirp1zinint'I rv and Pharmacy. Dollar-six nonths at 1 W. Frrry order for the .' Tallahassee, Leon County, on the 22d | ,,.ieFil (.J cc. X's... ,t.. r.t ,.

,1 \\I,. bill on or before the first da> rf P. GARV1N, 31. D- Professor of Therapeutics paper out of this county must be accompanied with is Monticello, Jefur on Co., en the 27lh ;

erw if the i2Thetay be taken pro confetto. .fndii anti Mitena Medica. the cah, unless! the order c'tntthrouh any cf cur 44 Madison Court House, on the 20th "

4 \ {I farther Ordirtd. That tl.i notice I.e published in I.. D1'ORD, M. I)., Po es or cf the Institutes and r regulail authorized agents in the Stale.ADVERTiSEMENTS '4 Ja .per, Hamilton County, on the tat Jany. |

rm > aper printed in the Middle Circuit of Practice .f l ?.Jedicine. Alligator, Columbia Co., on the 3d '

j Florida fur four month* at pre.ci ild hv I aw. JOSEPH A. EVE, M. I)., rrofeur of Obstetrics TrnM :-One fourth payable at the time rf,ale, j :
: THOMAS BALTZELL jnd and Diseases cf Women and Children.
e.Julv and the balance in threee annual instalments p1L
Will be insertefl at the rate of One Dollar per suture l'tb,1'4. PAUL F. EVE, M. D-, Professor of the Principles
of twelve line for H.e first,and fitly cents reach Persons desiroo to know what ptrticu'r! tracts |
A trueropv. .i.ltt! t : D McRAENY, Clerk.Ju and Practice of Sorcery.II. .
> in,ertinn. A reasonable derinctiin are to be sold, will be fjrnbhed with har.d-bilU on i I
su neqient
!> 21,1 4l> -2S By JB.. KEEN, D C. F. CAMPBELL, M. IL, Denionstratcrof.. -
t t'f application to the Post Ma ters at the above named
will be laade on l-gal notice*, estate *,yearly

: mv.ROBERT notices without alteration, by persons Laun; pace-! or fA the subjciiber at Talahas! eeby letter .. .
In Middle Judicial CAMPBELL, M. D., Assistant Demon : .
Circuit -
of Florida. rezular accounts with the otfice. postage paid. ,'

1 < -: t rat or. AH announcements ot candidates for office, FIVE: JOHN BEARD, ResMcr
Ga Jsrlen
< : County.-To Fall Term, 1519. A Course of Lectures upon Medic Jurisprudence
TOI.HR--invariably in advar.ee. No attentirn of Public Lards for the State t>t Florida.
Robert L. Edition will be dtiireied by Pr'ife or GsviThe Faculty -
Suit bv
attachment for the
4 ) wit I be paid to any order for announcement,unless I Tallahassee, Aug. Is. Ib I'J. 3'2-Sui
'. will endeavor *o make their injunction as demonstrative
tV l.a. sum 57 0 20.Hez l.
1 % accompanied with the ca-h. will the above
4tiah Sniili. S ST Bond IB !i as jKK Requisites for Graduation a< I.retfce. All relisio'Js, marriage, snd obituary notices published once a week tar three rnor.ths, and send their accounts '
t HE defendant and all ether persons interested., ratuitoalyl but editorial notice fcr ;/l4c>S''
Board private to the" flcziterf' SfefM
: mat be obtained at from 513 to per
are hereby notified of tin? irm'ttutinn of the above bscent will be charged as advertisements. The Mariannaard *
raoath, every thinz included. papers in Per.aac.li> At-alach-; f ".1-TT / '& *
: d'Jit b attachment, and are reqoire to and
appear The te *s for the entire ccure (-1 Lecture inclodinz icola ; the Savanr-ah Gecnian and the Republican ;
I plead to li'e decUrition (;|ed tterein within the OLD!) JH.) JACOB 'iOVS'XDTltf
Charleston! Courier and Mobile
Hospital Ticket SI 15. Matncuhti Jon WORK. Mercury ; ITegister ,
% 7iLLkeji i on hand and for aie BURR STONES i time prescnbec! by l law. Dated July 17th. l IS-19.
I : from 15 incbt to Uft.dnr1. we judsje it fiifficient i P.W. Will FE, Pltl.'s Ally.Julv t ticket, (once only,) ?5. practical Anatomy, (to betaken We are well prepared to execute Job Work, such and the Adv<-rti&er : d/lumbn'i Tines, Ga.. aud the

..i. recommendation lo m\ 1000 *ct of tbe j 2II'4.I tree only,) 10. as biIl ,cards, bhank", rataphleta! ,&c.,with neatness -: Rak-igh! Standard and the Register. ;, Genuine; : Tovnsfiid s3raparma.s .

.t tone bare been old in the State cf Georgia, Ala- j The friend* and alamni cf this institution are invited and despatcli. All work of this description, ( tie. Tnwns nJ s rov ab ,il TJ er* ft' ,/.. ad t,. iw*

: tm*. North and Suuth Carolina, and Virginia, giv-: j State of Florida.--Monroe County to send to the Faculty, during the course of t except for person* having jearlv accounts with Improved McCarthy Gins. : yrn known. t. .IUH'JH- 7QiX'sn-l li?.>$Cf>rr.ltr.R. iMVF.XTtXt.
t.KIO..V.If. VS.IK
.1 flHItL.I. _
if 112 the moat perfect iati faction for both Coin and Lectuies, persons in indisent circumstances who the ofTce, ma-t bepiidfer on delivt-ry. -
: lie *' Ib-r it .
Smith Mow WAKKAXTED.A Being rwir. *a Wheat. ry ? tna> require stirgjra! operations, as provision ha' .. .
%men :rs** in? II E* *-j w iv- '* -u *r --- r>j-
September 29, 154C< 31 3m r*. > BILL IN CHANCERY. been m de for thtr z'-c.rnaoddUon whilst under For New York. 1 CARS experience r.u given the suzxcnber ,'u3.cf.Ic6 u thine '>D/ &..u J d pn,*r t is north. ..)*
Joseph Lawton. } treatment.Bv U viioe. It hsl 'Se e"f z'r. rtn.kn. as
a perfect knowledge of these Gins and
appearing mebv affidavit that ) repeated -- uflu perxxii wm i f-u: i* .! k.4d f re a.'e'. ,aytj
; Josepb
IT I.awtntj, order of the experiment has not rnly shoved him all the defect ( .Teiee. ?
Sale of Florida Lands Board.G. Nit) CIL. pri.t'.t'4f tna F irliKALlXG
di-lt-odant in the bill filed in the ab n. *, bot ha? enabled him to overcame then. lie I POWER.KoowSRy. .
and If At and \IVILlrrCS in ciIyof11palaclicc1a. tides out of the Slat of Florida, and in Europe; Ca., Au'.tI.: I-K. 3-2 4v* believes that they are the best Roller Gins in the < &* yt'tf". ik.s !h !h'-t. Vv Ms tk !" is'te

', r\lE Apilacbic ,Ia Lar.d Company will iiffet fur ,It i a Ordtrtd That caid d.4enclani appear and answer world, and feels confident that they will give satisfaction *M aap.i rPeii'Mi a vtioe wycD W'WM W .rf .
the said bill \\ ilhin the time iic r4aIt.IU 1j.1.Ld 't.e &a. -.f. ,
prescribed law
L. sale at the Mrrrhantg* Echinge1; in the City ol otherwise it shall l be taken confe by Medical Department milE REGULAR: LINE OF PACKETS between foanv one disised to try them. i j aiaaAI lit tarm* a tntnover*** ""Oft, hf s* fc .
so. It in fur
f New Yosk,on W4needa> the I Itb d.y i nl Jutv next, pro Of Colifrc. Riclnnand Var .L New York and Si Marks wit! O-Ainzto incressed labor and etpeise en then, ifltS "U.3 *S3 apxc.MIelt.. flua u.s
tJttr fJtrtrrcJ, That a copy of this *rder be poblich! ; llanpdeii: SiJntv and Newport, the bcribcr Iircmenu.4e1uIi.-i4) : itis(11e4.Vffr
at 12 o'clock and tlie f.d1win t M to rai-e the
.n di about compelled to
J Jq.u j price one
; > eij in fcanitiew prirJed in the Slate cotnrn r.ice running at the opening cf it.eUU trade, .1.YP ( % TQt41.FD P2mrP.srrexi
pap-r ; of Florida THE twelfth annual! cootse of Lectures in this hundred dollars. i
iot iheC.y of ApdlaciiiCula deeuibtd J. M. JARROT. .
in ,
a on tbe throng hunt, ni.srir-irtnri wi tie ua.s : e. ii t' ca.4nt
and continue the entire
month lot nine zn..n'i.4. viz
nip) f/f the Ciiy. Mt > of tht.e lot* are on the Ba> once a J. institution w iL cowwer.ce on .Mon-'aj: ,O<-lf>Ur j ts2Jd .t WARCALLA J tear, : Quir.cyAu4u3t 11, IS tt. 31-STT the ienjr'U anti )r 4 a of ii' 'and. e.p.cI1yas! .1 is f iiceajxtj

and Iliver, an 1 are the mo t deiirsble retidenre JOS H LA NT ASTER, isa!.', and continue until: : the nud-ile ot f )Lirch.II. ; Brig. ?sevn. Mater, ; !* of .2.e1aT1L1'u: ? <., deterv nti.r.TBns .
tn'sflg Key Wert.March A.' D. P19. JudgeSo.Cir.Fa. & OCILLA, Trim, do. I L.a. i. f Tewueftd iciimTW with *r*. 4tur.rtt
*, &i well a* purpiw S of bu in<** Tiros. F. Kixu, Sol. fur Cpits. I.. Bon ANNAN, M. D I Prr.lWor c f Obstetric I' LUCY, H'-srner, do. CHARLES H. BUNTING i I -Irua > et* :bete s, ourir.t wnf.c
.1/19, the Whanej and Wharf-rigLU belungiiig to ] 3'i! Di eae$ 'if W. men and Children.L. priacit4n y a csek Ta. Ibr kaoed. .
A true copy fitrta tbe mx.ute.! : SI'WANNEE, CUk, do. (flew,) CKo4.s&r;. ad ui. .,.: iic..venei :fce art. h**. .
lie C>imjany, in front of th> Cit W. CHAMBKKLA! YNE, M. D.. Profeir of Mateira ii
W. C. \LONEY.Clrrk.. WACISSA.! Perry, do. (new.) *fe> Vvt-hOf' m i he wr.B.f !nfe nf lee I 54
.1iottiewm4d Lti cr Tiacticf LJM! nn Si. Aoril 1 11. IT B> R. 1.. HICKS I). C. Medica and T.ier j>eucs. Thee Bri are b>ilt in the mcsf ub-tartial rnanler OFFERS hi? professional services to the citizens j !.rspar.a. wI k..n natn
George Sound, or J3ay,2djiinin the describedon S. MAITIN M. DProfessor of .
city, Chemistry and Florida. He will n-t'Y .i.re poprtma
ti.i attend uith
e\prt-j! t r 'n trade and are commanded byCtreful des- .
rt en are sser. f uw s. *ml 'Jliwo. th if rri,.i!*< init
a or *UTbCy ol I'n lot* made b II. C. Kt Pl.arni.icv.
map > t Notice. and experienced CaptainFreight and pasigeat -- patch to any call iLit may be made n;'o3 him. and .,-ucD f-'J1 u-*. "f.Kliti-* //trssfa'o'-?'inJ ie3*. wh 1 0uiIaiLs
Tbete lwt vr> in *i7.e iron 3 to 40 acre -wrh, and { CHARLES BELL GB! *)X, MD.., Prcfcssot cfSuf2tiy
the lowest rales. Ager.! perform( uith t! care and skill, all operations entrust I., 11,. v.tm.J. uf i voyerUt*of r4Wfl .a
are very deiirabSetot! b'ttdsites or coltiration. f IX weeks after date. I will make apnliration) to ; aid Surgical Anatoruv. ed to him. His price will be moderate and 't. ie, vofatt e. :t. t' ti j c,t.re.. e.i (U e Idttr ; .1
COE ANDERSON CO. as liberal -
.111 the untold Lot at PortUnd Btoff. on the t the Hon. Judge< of Probate fir JerTer n county, CARTER I'. JOHNSON M.! D., Professor cf Anat- k ) as they can be made -' prepau.iio. if rhv.is ,' afeT'ed by s tciea.a pwU4.fJ.I .
M JO river fr New consistently. His re i- .
f.r Lettern ? ett 0 tj.w cpen-Crd.13 ICLJt
Apalicbirolt% Knet ab-wt 'j mile S of Administration the Ftate aTd P
hum the Cite. M i ui of Far ( m% : deuce
at is 8f'va!
here itesa *
30HN Dr.VHM..McNAUGHT present Quincy,w comrwinintiors wte : v-D.c. oUi
.: described on thetitap or ure taide bi R B. Ker, uhar Mif n e. deceased. JOHN iL SMITH. DAVID TUCKER.: M. D., Professor of Theory wiIbe received bv kirn,and immediately itteadedlo. ti-Q. tict. iu. ,<-*> ,..sga f< u **eb lot being *) feH in lenjlh and i-VJ IcH in Ay 25. 1 l4iJ. 31i ainl Praci ice of Medicine.A. fc ORMOND, ',Mi e i. r ; tctn .*

w dtb. Tteyare !liiblefor! oud.ardrhip-ar?* ; C. PETICOLAS.; M. Demonstrator of Acal- Newport.Newusrt K E r K n K > c E s : tI'Vald..tflT ,, I,, r.is .- ? &.)*11W.L YO the, cm Ik .
ft .
i Notice. Au2Ur2, !1S45. 4 nvr u theul mes m ur ii. its*f .ot tn',
u-miii, &e. %. Hon. CHARLES W. froo aat .
ohr "" DoWNlNG, TaIsibafee.! tij.nc : -fc c 'Va f I3i ab..4 i4 ij

.11.0, St. Vinreit'. Trland, !**IR? oppee i the i! s JIX month* after date, the underlined, executor The Mosenm, Apparatus and i Must rations for the ciio.: H. BESTV/1 I Gea. C. II. DuPONT, Dr. DAVIDSON nqa.d. s.ere.s\ ,-, uar M.t**.,. iS4 i.i, nil K -SARFXTKVIT -

noatbof theriref A;>a'.achi "r licffiinnt *n are i I ,_ .f tLeia nil! and te tarueit; of Lewis Saun- demofistidt'tr d( .arlrnents have recerJly; received 1 C.-l. W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. L. SHIELDS! pI arnr$. kq.wi,a* CiJ >. ** SYiLiSi ,nca .sItte

oi 1 1,SSI ?M,(.%;ff
I thrifty gnwtb tf Lire Oak ird e ber trew, and final aer aii!
taocli"fertile lasd. snrtable to the gr rtb of C4t4f>. Leon Probate Cottri. and ak to be di*<-hared.a The Clinical advantazes are fully rommeu,uate 11.1 IS49. 31-3rnTsbaccos. I Th- v>pr-tw-i. -iu ii; to- >9en pro*true* ..r ih. S.iprTubatcctbeTrop csl Fnu'.iszd ktGdecultivation. '-' LEWiS M. SAUNDERS Executor. with the wants of the ,tudent, and especiolly v lua- constantly on hand ai.d for sale at the ------- I aSj.rila n-'>t -ir- "r-? rvnw v .j ,wefv th'i t rsbe of h cwnic
Jlowtl cih price.*, fc.r cosh, oil the article? in > j acul (s- of feosi..<> is *saactmi aad rrjcce.ipTttcii : ian every
i Jnl:, V.etotl.r-se I nractice
21. li4Ut. preyuri.ig; to at ti.e S nth. I
25 Orai > ofr.dott
I vintrP rf *>r;;rf J .n s -.t
thi, lineal iuiiteu. Fiturcf i.tr r.r r< rjJ
_. ______ ) t : btst qualitiesSusars!
7'vm, V S.le.Tt
Clinical Lecture ice C/nn Cud thj.
c- c : are given \% a wek in the ; Lj. .4 a v.. .
ot ale ad t C.3ee, T as. P.acon iarrssSoap.t'andIesNutsRai! A supply mantsiictured Tobaccosjest rei i all.aM ,. :. h .
cn : i tt4t .!VM Notice. j (CoUezelhfiiwjT* (wh.c'.i i i* in imrri diate rontieuiIy : w. swh.n.4si
ceied .
U5, Lard, Whukey, and all other articles and for :u! byMcN.VGiIT t.xrt.i. .ga.t m toe
btize is usually
t i i 1 with the ( .hejie Jiid week in
) once the
a IdrJi-
l rtl! be4r1'e'v.e xJ'X: M' u4 WctiaIi Alms hloLe. lu tbe iintitution
y 4ii .
vi e the F.cm .
Ju Sf* "* Prrfn'e i in ztd > $ ui-i. Newpevt, H' fS4f. I the fCA tit> wnv '*; henrn-.mi-.TijU.m* o.
credjr of w Jo? the Count;* of Leon I, to f.urcha any of the above article", are 10 .very
ws ,iU g 4e -occurring in Southern practire are met with, resjptctfully ia .w f.rr j y m n. women. ia4 chi.rtrca.Ve Cud iw..o.trs
tab ska put tus lit iiitig* n C *thnge fst.u the adtixritratoriibip upoi ri't.t iand the student ha-the most eligible inxiud to call aid price them befcre buy- n itS.C.r.fPT.V.- c'i.j!
in cb Zo1.44, Ch3Uk, .fd frtc- r>f Thorr-a Knight, : opportunities i irg elsewhere. ALEX. IiIORTOJT, !'TPFP.1.-*. ..d r.trri: C.rrP1L.T. -
a L. 4l4 : I1II1e _- with their I
iIM% Jt t ofbecotringacquainled ttie and
treat g in:c ,
th* pwcfci. i* isn liwl sJ** u I** n dt-w&%!jzeb nOBERT BUTLER, AdnV. ,nienf The fie<:m-ncy of Surgical operations before
iw* ftd4 21, 1S4.4. 12-in lherlas, & Co.,corner ut Monroe and JefTerson itrect PLES,it Hi'-H a. nn4 aft nifoeiw u nrtj froa.
tti w> *" r f t together with the facilities for witnefin the Slates of FlcriVa and Tennessee.
----- ---- --- Ma
---- ----- > 12, 151' 19.Croceries. niPLTHTY: : OF THE BLOOD.
wt atui i Gg ti t the treatment ol ntidfib
"Notice.OIX I Surgical rases, thi> one of
| 5* Orritrs AT COLITnavs GEORGIA It po"e'e.ii rwi-e.onaetheitv .
iJ J
;} IB cmbpt .icnd-4
t. 4gvt, .b.n the I the b'st School!* "f Practical Surgery.CiiA&KEfc ( --I.-' aft-i S '. tr..e,
raest* tptted. 1Jn ei sirck. ; wfk afterdate f will make application 1 tc. 17TILL give faithful attention to such business ? j- UnC a. 73i.on. -
: ofin JO i tof -Matriculation $5, Tickets of tbe Profes drettIin.&sft :' tie.bto..t i,(ii,,
a.u4 spurard. IM *d 0 i.1 b* on 2J thi O tIC Hon. J nJ eof Probate l br Madison Cin'rity'I on S0! Practical Anatomy 10, Graduation 1r BAGS RIO COrFEE, may be entrusted to him, in the Conrtscf tire ; coIdtetaadb-.s.euidcttt.-.iJ lw' 1t

.ftu the ticipnd. u4 rtz.tufccn for tteIw0 fir letter of Ada.inistrattf.n on the Entate of John Fee $25. Board, inchHin ftiel, lishf*. and -ser- j .i.D S do. St. Domngodo.rt ChattihoocLee Circuit, Georgia, composed of the
.. 11Fra4 p.rtepaiib aii ear wit l i J, Br.w, cewed.. JOHN) C. McGEHCE. vaits attendan, ai'tb* .bt-.ined at *2j to -1 1pot. do. White Java do. Counties of M nsc.jee, H. rr-, Talbct Ktt* ait and ((t tua *. thront ami every n kr fnrt.t. r..tis ; $.tiCIOZO ta( u.

i1 ;pr Cknt. r *fliwn. I .May 4 1'19. week. S. MJPJN, .'1. I)., 2 do. Brown do. do.' Mdn i ; and in t'.ie Counties i.f RusseH!, Micon and ; E it lr B'jlh 2; :;- r\c -:.-* nifr matii.fty: sees .d .c

Thn1e of tr i, 'jninc --- 2 RbN. crathed Barhcur, Alahinia. kaoak4c$ th35 in sO! tiids a.d .tn .4
> prpttt i* !m.bered. I ftis ------ -- -- ----- Dean of toe Faculty.A'isufI Sncrar, FEMALE

Z put of Ike r<*ti e,' Puciai.e," belonging I ttbt to Notice. IS, 1 19. -4w 2 l>ci\es Loaf d<>. August lS.I1'J. 32 Go ] It orJt, WfiwJer'J- .e. if COPL\TS.f*r.i'iittir inil'-t. "rjf ,

Apalacycda Laixl CotapaJi The title i detiv Chen Butter, Bov. and Pine Anole Chep, Supeftnor I tl* ir rm4. C.j/ri- : tj.r-tie. ut /"jiU. Mtattf. l'fitrily .

.. 0 :4fr4tn the !Spni ii Gct'-rtitnTTit, confiroed by O'X' Mohtlm) after dati-, I fcliill apply to the hoc University cf Louisiana. Family Flour, Cider, and White \Vine Vine- Medical Notice. tit the iBjrrB*t pen.KK *,-J the ik* ; ad i* a* rcccujlm
the Stvreroe Ccoit ol the t'n.ied Sial -iand a Palii ilihertftr I O Judge of Probate f fist I be County ol JefilionlorExtcotct ; rCivl5-h. llerrinz- Chocolate Candies ka rtrta; .4 :}i *:.tn... c !dUrJ3. .
; .
ldtlii Sauces, H OVTIRT, M. D. J. I. CALL, If. JDRS. > 'i renntT -.a.i rcn the rerI i.
i**ued lo the the Uiuled 'f ditiiiiii+jon as ol f E tiier Korae- IcnI.tc.: lEItItr1.cT-cutr or 151 19.3t11.qIIE Bcklf Almond ii .-.
b propnH&r by Figs, Table Salt, &c. &.c. WiRT A. CALL have as>cciatedf tbeodtlvii t .eui>e Dd ju'm'u to Use wat>' aid tai

Stati. The usual Tru lec- deed will btgi ca to the bite of .dCiianly. dec-ated. Lcctnre''? ii tt!: Ins'.i'ii'i'! i will roramencen Received per brig Sa\V4iii, and for '.ule bvMcXAUGHT I j the practice of Medicine,Surzery, &c., acd I cr.rts aiSirtiAf;_ Cervcs

purcbater*. JOSfU'A,; : TAYLOR. Senr., FIxecutor. .1 MONDAY 1'illi Novcrabef i. otft'T their ; tii-e azr elebilI ,
and continue OR.MOND. ?er' ices to the public.OJice asi thus

Map rriy be bad at the Otce of the Company. _March- 51-, i'4'---. 1 four months. Newport, Mireli l It). i'W. JO over Drug Store,Mnicello. Flcrida.Auzust 04 ffm-ii pre rrrt ena ion ur, u..esrs..Vi>. -*,i.grt.t.nrvr S:. r.-..,' L'.zce.4 .$k3.t 3s.g U5.te%
.. } o. 35: Wall ftret-t.or they will be forwarded I bytnsil > --- --------- -- 5, 154s. 3 F.fUtftu f'.ti.: f....cgi.za.. Jbe.

upon application to the .ubi>cribctB at raid c.f-; Notice. FACULTY. Thomas Jeff. Heir, iy tStlrmws I :fw "I'-J. rxe,! .- the l.vern rnlhr :,Ctn !. 5I.i
,, ,
fact, from Mliom may obtained any further infer* OIX month* after dateI shall apply) to the Hon. Theory and Practice, JAM** JoM.s,5L D. ATTORNEY AND! COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Pickled Mullet. j jft tnrpcf I tflD1tLC.aIIJ red cim-ii*;*ti.oi Te9 ,i at,v.s dg..t.a rdtisi.et-.ri.T.es pir'.f the: b.l\f. ,9\, -.ut.

CJaiion that rna> tjede ircd.T.'evv O Judge of probate for the county of Jefler Surgery, WABHE.% STONE, M D. tftoaft.rs the c cuUtluMi l tLv bliMni. tt nci&jE .ntle fli.Lq.y *
r1ef14.rs in the Ciu
; York, April 27,15w. dMoissicn aa adrnmiiitratrix de I Chemi.rv.; J. L. P.IDDI.L! M. D.Obkirtnc 1"\7"LL\ practice Court in each BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED MULLET, cfJJ r .- :! n'.I l uvrr we tr-! ,od thej.ai.We r.1'.t.nn; nui -
boni non I l Ounty of the Midd.e Circ lit, and in the Su5Tene \ Lues a.& .Lrrnues, .
with ar.d diseases cl ? the first catch, and i in fine crder. u oiAes fvnivtf9 At* oii3'ftirtni3j, &n4f
the nil! |
c-: TLe above s41q i i poctponJ lo the tefilb Oi f aid annexed, ol J"iuuah Johnsnn. late r>f Women and Children. J A' "' CEN.u4' A' D.Ar.a'otny Court and CoiLed Sltts District Court a For sale low by McNAUG HT & ORMOND. 1 (nyt..r.te, the eltr.-f arUi *fsi B ?a A<*t tH'5 *fcn
rf.'untdec-ea'-Ei. M A K Y S. JOHNSON. The cediciue
October not, at the rce liour and place. you prf-ooincntly! need t tI
WKDPE.NBCRN Nc-vcrr.ber
J1:4bson ii. D. Newport, 25. IS. 19 ,
JOS UELAFjnLD- County, April 7th_ JsVJ. ] 1Notice Wisteria Medica and Ther ) Mwi'iftllr., Januarj 00, 154?. I *tz.i c-z aic .4 uese .,to, i i s. e. ron-e. io-

a.Jneuj LEWIS CURTIS. S Jreslc S -j peutics, jG.A.NoTT.M.D. S'Mrrn Liverpool Salt. j I 'WCOilPARED" VjT1'11E fti.! .C : OLDbB'S.] -
Sex't.s4lsa. 35: -3w i Plijsiulogj ar.d1atIu.1ogy, THOS. HUNT, ,J. D, P ECEIVED Schooner Lury EUkeCOO beee'r.e .>? i..i. ,K f .% F C r, da; ae u..* A IM'APABLK
S SIX month after date I will apply to the Hon., Deiaonslratcr of i '1rN]i ] &>, Til) O r LV per Sacks o( "'% K1.I
a- iVit. For
salt bv
<.f Probate for Leon r..uMy, for Letters of: | Anatomy, J y R LEMc>>irBi j,. ,Li. ATTORNEYS LA\V Livcrpoui j NEVER SPOIL
Notice.SIX fli'.n4iiuon JOHN DCKILAil. wblt. the ither ii, .-
fron the ad.-niuialrati.in : fec.ow. i'M1.rflsse..nm.1ii
t.t the ,
of f Clinical instructions will bf
Noiboine j daily by OP; Newport, 3lst March! ISl'J. I !*.ofcie .uiaid
: j
T. eipio
month* after datf, Ihe underpinned will apply Tijlor, dec. H. 15. liRAUFORD. Professors in the extensile wards cf the Charily MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. ,, iho<. i4 dunsrrs other 2 mis .Mu t not tt> hmriMe ron,

Ike Hun. Jadzc of Prc.biie f'ir Leon County April 11, ISJ'J 15 Hospital and in the Ampilhcatie. 7 | pound 34 p4N3.vi s Si> t&e syl..3T._ **A f? pat ao i,i* 4
July 27. Just
___ Received { tjtttin aircctly dtsf isfl .
lar letter of dikuii'..mn from the Estate cf Arthur The lacilitip.s ctfTrrrd for the stUdy of Practical (! ieitll lM eaotnlI K"t&ctdVbai eii'ea bv |>ej si bit
knaw that ,
Uurcey, cn. deceased. Notice.VJIA Anatomy and oierati.-j Surgtry, are iery great MEDICAL NOTICE. A IT LEWIS &. AMES' Druz Store, a fresh stipply aehs ntr nn-cteO >t prriiloces wh.t? il-.mrLce.fin 4 nan brars ii!.urn eor ppi-uxu--

JOHN S. HART, Ex'r. rnor.tn alter taTC ttic under tinejt alrnrn'.. subiects hem? furnished free of c liar re.t New and Valuable Medicines-among wbich i. tLL.i. (4 the be-in lirer ci'inaiaii.t. Ami!*!, dv-erterr. CO>T,

Sept ctnber 9,154 9. 35 Cm O trator Jct>oni non of l the e tate of Samuel I TERMS Dr. Charles T. Darby are the %% t in me ; < lhit
: v
pr.ur.ce* nil !ite ham*>r whit1*
late ol Leon County, d<-cMs 'd, will rseat I SPENCER'S! VEGETADLE PILLS bricj on F.rutun4 pr AND RESTORATIVE : tc.'d Head.
T> E5PECTFULL n. i'ii Rheiim. tryvpeias. -
Tirk.-t? of earh Professor i announces t to t he in
his $13 I 00, sen-
accounts and lYinu* .
vouchem ] .
to the Hon. Court cf CA r'ev .
Pro JX BITTERS ? jta. Mr Notice.THREE bate fur Leon County and ask for a final feettleraer.l Ticket fcr Practical Anatomy, JO 00(I 1 eral that he ba, permar nil U>cat -d him-ell in for and tern.! aad eiwrn-t! I: i* E. tn.cr uader he.-vcn. bni aa rulaao
Designed Kill i
months after date! I will cpply to lU and discharge from his said administration.Mav Malricubtion? Jtt, 5 i 00t! iloniirello, Floridaand will: be found at all! times : Cure Dyspepsia, Lirer Complaint .(.uce. ich stnf. *od t&a spu.!. aI tip danis of IE*
Pile, .Scrofula, Jaur.dice-anI all kindred body more or !es. Wia: E.tnr.im.ue,
unless !! cau e but a *mr or
Diploma fee rcfesiioDay Strict
i'i'No engazeil. attention \\ill
Judge <>f Pr.bate for tie O-unty of Jtffeiion SJMEON TIIEUS. 30 Oo(),I t diseases acid I'.uuUwhwb iCM.3it<-< t-'f teeen and !
for leave to e-ll the charge for attendance on the be paid to all proiessional calls. refilling from a diyjrdjrtd stomach cr impure wbcrr. irriua n-vi mney'.nti *
personal estate cl Thomas 19, 1S1I. 20 llcjpital.GUSTAVUSA. of blmd. j; i.io.nv the Hrfie: LSSIWS upon wb tti
Ster>licns, deceased. NO'IT, M. I)., Dean, ( Way 5, ISJ'J. IS state i I: *ct$l K. i.f nrrvutts itt* nirs. i f :nvmmv: of the Wu .A 4
New Orlean- DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES. j dcir-oped crru.aOUn(5 Dearly all Us- atiiueat* ilc> ai.cI
OCTAVU If. GADSDE.V, Notice. July 30), 1W9. *J-4Vesleyan \\ The safes* I cam>ta r :nr .
most elTectual
I and
Guardian! of tit-children J. L. SJMTLDS, M. P. J. S. BO.tD, SI. D.j pleasant nreparalion Z'OW I., it 0(4
said flqrre rnV
m and
9i JX months after date he before the public, fur the eradication e Jell aa j pifmfey rvij
t uudcnuzntd, one cf the cfVoaM in CO U53 &>*
Stephen, deceased. O adminitratorsolthepiap'! >\ViIIiam S Tlieu Female College. j Children or Adults. SOLn.U, FrF.MKNTL\'G.: ACT! >
Jetleriinn ,
Count*, Sept 22, 1 1S19.I 37 2a r.3rn j Drs. SHIELDS & BOND
late of Loon coa>ity, d reaol, will prchpnl his acr "P'llE du'ies iJtIis1ntitiutit w ill be resumed on HULL'S COUGH I.02EXGES, J i OF S. P. TO\VNSK\D.: ,

Lost. uit I of f probtte <.t J. the tii-st Mondaj in OctoUr, l-l! j "FTVING a-'soriated thecn-'elves together in the Will rs EVENT Consumption, and ctrnE all eases of and 'et e won -1 re> l.-.- ti uoi..ru..ai tna O4! f r. j'.w

Leon Coui.ty and ask for a final Hllintr.t and discharge The College is situated upon a high and healthy I-iJu practice of Medicine, Surgery, &.C., tifler their Colds. Asthma,Spitting ot CSord!, Pains in the Side, TGwn"od S.C tis laftt .TT( '-r-r-.6. &r'-ip.anii-c. iai iMrrvrtoN.

A 1 PROMISSORY( NOTE for one hundred from his said ;drnini1 rat ion.SI1EON. lull!, ovftloi ki't; tie! rity of ulion, stid t.rs! to t the ;! trvc.-ti: to the citizens of Quincy and the surround. Shortness cf reatband all other Pulcjoaary Cornplair.t3. t Heaven titrtiui- rt-1Tttv.il ta.u .. nn; U do J in an article which- w..oli)

eighty-five dollars, ..ignid by Lai kin ldl! pay THEUS. |ntilic '.U|>erii>r editrjfional aiv.mlai
abletoJolin* Dar ey or order une day alter detegivtd ol Rev. W. H. ELL O.V, Qiinrv,'Auust 11 IS J3. :31 -.t LiD- 'I ssJ taut which f sh"iid! .fcttn'tt"tt ottr.nri iHH>aMia

about J7lh April JSJ9. All -- -- ---- --- D. D. DR. HULL'S FEVER AND conipl4u.ts .ml ctsnoia.Oon, f.-i-nt .\irnu w ho ben. >.aLd.
jimon* are btteby -- -- --- --- Pif.ideiit.and! Rt-vs. I E.: II. MVIR-, A. M ,1 AGUE PILLS, and: pMrchn.erj w to til e uo 5. F.Town.er1s FLRJIEXTIMS
cautioned* iigainut trading, for taid nole. Administrator's Notice. J.tui.i i R 'I iuciup, ;i. M, and GLOROE H. HA.N- ;(! S1.MO.N 10WLF. MABIANO D. PAPY. Well known as a Safe, Ceitiin, and Effecfual Cure i 1 CUVPOf.ND.:

JOHN DAflSI'.Y.b COCK, A. M, I'r<>lV>b'.rs ol Science diid Literature -' TOWLE &. PAPY for Fever and Ague, Chills and! Fever, Intermittent : We wish it t'rder'tiod. bcaae i: i is the ainiHxtt fnti. tluit

Decatur Co Ga., Sepfctabt r 22, 1S1 #. 37 2t SIX months afterdate I fehsll present my accounts Mr. P. GCTII:>nr:nci n, 3'tt'ect: of Music and'Mrs. ; and allother Fet ers. Price reduced lo Secenty-f.rf r.P.. To-AUifiid't *rite art tEd fir. .Jrob roaseoili?*rsnpnnU.1 -
ore kiaee
Probate) for toucher Gadfcdcu* and apply lo (iIe Hon. Judge <>f S S. I! tCCK, Goveiness, a-ul Teacher of!. | .iUcrneys and 1'ciinsrllors at Law, Cent* per HUT. they .ire nnl.ie m eery irtiU piricu.ir.fart. !ad h-.uooooue mjimnif .ttttmf.v sine! ;ibmj tiut

Notice. County fora final cctthuent Omamental Branrhts. There will be hereafter a HAVING formed an association lot the Practice The abote Medicines, fresh and genuine, are fur in com.iioa.
and discharge I Iroio I fhe administration of I the estate Piepaiatirv CLss ui.dci the will attend the sale by LEWIS AJ r. P. Ttina' nJ 4 14 no dCLI.t. and never wai. it BO
*r BARRELS chaigt of the Faculty, ceveral Courts of the & AMES.Tallahassee elieniiit. no
fresh phrvaceu1.t-iu.w *
Q Thomaston Lime Airiiibald Black, dee. ; and also a f-ellltrnent ] j n<> more of nietfcme or dli-
an. a<4i-lrd by competent instructors to tit Middle Circuit of Florida and in the District Court ei'e than other
*.... J Kentucky Bagging final Adminis. pupils for Fa. t amy eoniuHTn. un cientuic. ttn rutr9: inn.U iii**.
discharge at !lator on the dower allot entering C !l<*ge. oltl.e (J. S at Tallahassee. All famines entrusted For certificate* of recommendation, and other information :. what fHra.ief etT the public hy-i thai they nr* ri-crisis S ft
Gunny Bajsiis, ted and set apart to Margate! Black, dec., widow tear.e c entmc &nedclntAiI.iinIr' Virtue
as The their al the of Lie
Terra tc will receive the above *
care concerning Medicines
Collegiate sear (f;r ) extends fiom firil prompt attention. ,?ce future
articie ifpd ."
Hemp Hope, Salffcc. in ', ,* anj
said Archibald Black dec. nns 'i. which .'
late of aid < wre:uc-t.ut.e: ch-inf
For sale by MrNAUGHT & ORMOND. cunlv.E. Octcbrr to I Ih- I llth July l GO.ahdevtiv: expense in I II C:7-: oit-ein: I he Capitol. advertisements, and pamphlets, which may be obtained -i "hiii m-hi rentier item ibe AUE.NTSof jItecn.Ie.,3 ubtfnlth. /
S.SHEPARD.Admr. I Ihe Col'eire! CourfC February 17 ISD. of the Asents. .
New including Tuition, Boon 7
port, Sept. S, 1 iei.: 33 April 7fh lf-40.; 11 But wKneIesb.'tiM
March erxper>em .re wh knuw n.uh
Lights, ll'aifting, Jioo/iM and Htulioiitry, may be | 15,1 1-ls. 35 (Ic cutiip.irit>trv! <>l" etlirine or iji,eifw* tirr-imrr-a
more than civ' red by Two lltntilrrd Dollar Fresh Groceries. ofsoui. 1.0 ir Q
_ : Leon Academy. I oJ nrvo lip np c.-.eum tecI
.. Notice.SIX TI.e abotehtatei(>ei>t applies; only to t the course of lUST receiving from New Yt-ik and New DrugsMedicines, &c. iitt. How inch m..r<' m>:H>'[HE! i it thm the|l't3oD3 iS iti mao
fPHE exercise of the MaleDcpaitiiirnt cf (his In- Months after date, I hall the Literary in struction. The Extra Studies, which are tJ Orleans, niriSicine itrs.aiieii li.r
.1. .....ii, iM.it M apply to Ju lgeCcuntv a full and choice assortment of Groceries, con- WEAK STOJIACHS AND
mg jfiir will roimnenrp Probates of Li-ori for a ( r.al settle. at the option uiulhe f parent, are charged as follows : i-iitiii" of Bacon EDWARD BARNARD, JR., J; 11 STSTIMJ,
on Monday, the 24lh of September. Charges n part Hams, Sides and Shoulders, "* 41HOW Hell 1 14 tlW.C'.i prullfcfliGl >{ lll'tUCA. tlll hC ti""j
lierctofre. tnent of rnv accounts a* admmi&fratorot I Inc i-tates M-ior and u-e of Pia.no $.}5: 00 ( received 'I iianr :>< nit
) > eral No. 1 and 2, Candles, Soap, Flour, Collide, HAS by the late arrival, a n2 c-nirpnimtinj their k enling *irtue .
Je 1)rwiiz and I *1.
For any further information, pirate! cf >seTo.vnsr-nd and Daniel Towtmend, deceased, aintirg. 2.3 04) Lard, Tohjcco, Teas, Almonds, Candies, New Or addition to hi* tock ot GEN-i Ibe human a : kat>, igenl'ine vari.n..disease w bleb affect
enqnirecfP. Ar.cient 3y-Wui.& -1 ,
and for afinal di cliar. efiom the adminiiratjon Languages, rach, UM 00 UINE ::1 rrsedei ii the.disn'e !
ofthciecstifes. leans Su iic. which .v DRUGS AND MEDICINES It i Ia arfe-'l
R. BAKER, A. B. The Freneb ar, I offer low for cash. all cf f lu ini.u> u..u 'ue usori..e. tt p. Ur b*lm into
Language ii
Ttllabassee All persons inleiesltd will take no taught to those v\ho desire Store removed 1. which are of j ount4eil linnmiD: !n Itiatl! t I.'. the .
: Sell. IM'J. :.44-3w it willn next door to John W. Ars>le quality, lotrfor Cash. < e D tiesjiiurD;:; b fS4H lice ut evlia V.stu.re )
scccrdmgly. charge. caRb aa4 .
JOHN McDOUGALL. :'1130ufl. hand a general assortment ot the followinc. .. '' o.iii .5f .u. Lhcute3 4 be.
Tuition kea a:id U> biniti trti'iint t".a: )l.!> ti.{.J
in Class
BENJAMIN MANNING AdrnV. Preparatory 2.3 00' which! )
are warranted
1SJO. 23Confectionery genuine, viz h.i* UtJ'GliT
THE CfALPIN HOUSE. ftj- Jame 1ee ortxnu.B.iy nau mcaoi la hnflC

.N NANaVILLi: FLORIDA to all matters connected with the athiziihtratkn of I llth sear, and a conspending age is i required in t the and Bakery. lure, Wistar's Balsam cf Wild Cherry, Brandrefh's, j! (Iraml Universal Couceiitrated

Jl-1 THE! public are informed that the GALPl" tlii-t>e estates B. M. candidates is fur the higher clashes.It KINDON would infoitn his friends and Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathaitic, Camphor, JI fined y
:- JuIy2.1t.| desirable that be HENRY i wUbit the
very raeh.and
29 pupils the Worm t-t the ka.lrite ,
mICE present at Cuush, and Dinner Lozenges r.fsI wh. neej i ittbsi
I Hov'K"i* now opened fot the reception' -------------- opening ol the Term. The Classes are then formed generally that he has on hand, and I Celebrated Konpbnd's | they UM\ !i-irn..t..I k-i'. bj j.IIi e (>rreac<>. it.
-I Fever and
of Boarder and Traveller, and (Ley mav ICE and tunic young ladies who enter the is constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kinds, Ague Remedy, Lnccnia Cordial, j TiaiiJCfJideiU I'o%ver to Heal.
upon course Thompson's Eye Water McMunns
rest iuurc-d there such Elixir of
will be as : Opium
nopainslipared in
them making REGULAR supply of Ibis with I their cLis*, po .ens: a dec idi'tI advantage over Sands! Sjrsaparilla, Turner's Fever j Sold wholesale and retail Ly
iieinhIe : and
comfortable a* far as in the power of the Pit A article will I hu.e who adriiit toil PEPPERMINT I LEMON DROPS, Ague Pills
are after the
do be kept at the Rail Road I chdse* have [ Depot CO.
pnctor to o. His viable* are new and in firs it! in the conncol greu-i I in I the studies of I thejear. CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY Ani-D\speplir.( A: ,
rate order, and a first tale oilier next wr-fk. Tlio c winhin? the article will WINTERGREEN BARLEY Pills, Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, Peters' I
awa\s! in alicE I. Any ther) inlormalinn needed will! be CANDY, ant : 10-! Nassau street, New York.
0 arce. Plcae procure their Tick
N. B. Private apartments al way* furnished for la- BARNARD, JR. Ice will be di-lirered at the Hail application to the E. H.President! or to Ari'l various others, among thorn; several that are celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at 1 per LI And by LEWIS & A31LS,

dies.' CEO. M. GALPIN, R'tad Depot until 7 o'clock, andtn no rant trill be Aug. 25,1519. 33 lYEUSSec'ry Iw Faculty. useful for colds and cough*,and is prepared lotmnu- bottle. Also, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from: Agents, Tallahassee.
: ewnangv leJune23l 1S4-J.-25 Proprietor.BBLS. vIdiri'rel without Tithe-oercons wishing I $ I Ihe ar- laclure any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both pure Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable for the April 21, 1S49. iclyBlactsmithing.

ll clIiI I IvrfSC dM" UU>It.*: VIfl*. t 4JC ]jil IVt lit' itnoiciHle ana ttlail.He sick or ordinary use than that usually snl.t T.nnrinn
livered at the Depotis 3 cents Ib. LEWIS St AMES Porter, &.C., &.c.
9 ii St. Louis Flour, per Tickets for is also prepared to carry on Raking hi all its

_'.I 2U bbli. Cincinnalti Flour, .1 Ids. will be jfccuri! DIAMHS: IN branries.from the plain Loaf ufJJrttnl, to I he most June 10, IS IS. 47in .
3(1 A small mipply of Ice will) be at I'. / " I ( .%Vhibey, Birnard'o, DRUGS, MEDICINES exqniMto Cukes and J'iea. Paitics and the public cheap BlacksmilhingovT
.. bOOOlb*.Bacon Sides, where a Ticket for 5 lln. will procure A Ibs. Ice. PAINTS, OILS, can alwntHbearcnmmodatc'd by giving timely notice -I BARRELS PRIME PORK, all kind? done at the Shop near my Stable, occupied

0:JO( Ib*. Shoulder*, Those wanting Ice in large quantity, for parties, Toilet Articles, Fcrfiiraery, ic., Window Class at the Cakery! and Confectionary on JetFtrrxon street, -L\J 5 casks bacon Shoulders, List >ear by Miller & Brokaw.

..j bO'j Ibu. Ham For Salelowby &.C., will pleaio *cnd their ordets to Mr. Nash, at PAINTI.Bfc: Bnt'CIlth AND COLOUll, Opt n-ite the .qiclioa Boon of H. If. lltrry, Esq., 5u bbl. St. Lo'uis and Western Flour, January 20, IS 19. 3 A- A. FISHER.

___ 0 ;2 S. S. KNIGHT. the Depot, two or three days before it will be calledfor A |>oflicciri-s* <;itssYar >t &c. Tallaham-e.Dec.) 10, ISIS22 :5 Sacks Rip oflee. -

3u1yth,1Sl9. 27 o that it may be at hand if possible. THE above constantly on hand,and for sale at the Li.uorsot'all kinds. Just received and for sale bvGEO. S.: S.: Knight

'flitprincipal Dtyot is at..Virport, here it ran market prices. W. UUTCllINS' H. BESTXVICK. continue business at his old stand, wnert

"p. Spring and Summer Clothing. be obtained in any quantity, by applying to Mr. LEWIS &, AMES. Tallahassee. June 12, 1S4O. WILL hoped t wait on such of his friends as bare
DANtE, LAN Tallahassee
November 20,1S47. IS
l. A AUCTIONEER heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, prooi**
CLARK ai but elect a Just Received tag that all shall hafe ood articles ian prices.April .
aaortm-nt of SPRING AND .S'SEE, FLA.Bcrcn ,
MILLER & DflOKAW'SLivery 1.R 2 ,1S41>. 11
together with alargeand
a few arli.t S. S. KNIGHT. TO P fresh
clef, such M & Sale supply of sugar-cured Ham*, plain hams Rice
Drill*, Drip d'Cfe Wholesale! & Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer Stable, Messrs. H. BOND, J. W. ARGYLE, D. C. ViL'oN, Flour, Bacon Side,.Lard, &c. AH of which will, be, Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
Cafchmcrcttrt, MarbclUc, AC. TALLAHASSEE, 1XORIUA. TALDAHASSEE, FIXlBIDA. March 10, 18t9. J. HODS-ON! 10 and! J. T. AHCHER. sold at the very lowest rates for cash otily.GEO. T E snbscri'jeM hare on hand two hundred and

Suitablelo manufacture, and to be disposed THE ub cribers hare moved up to their fire-proof H. BEST WICK, filly ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,*\hicb the

_ CASH, and CASH ONLY, at moderate profit, of for KEEPS constantly on land,and ofit-rs( for sale at a Stables, and lake (his oppoilnnity to in* Corner of Monroe and JefTerson streets. have obtained direct i'rom the manafartnrers, acd

\ would coidially finite their old friendand cuctom.en ; an(]. advance on cost, for ca.li, all the tfandard form their friends and the public generally of (he Land For Salr, May 12, 1S4D. 19 they will warrant if to he a snnerfor article.

-4: lo call and purchase. aiticlej in his line. Flours of approved qualities fact. Being thankful lor the liberal ;palronape they A llJlliE CUJIA'CE! We have enlarged cur stock of Drug and Medi

14 Tallahassee, Maicb 17, 1S49. 11 -Sugars, Coflees! Teas, Bacon, Hams, Pork, have heretofore received, they solicit a continuance THE:: hnd known at fhe 'Ovrrsfieft Tract?'0 Tin Manufactory. cines by recent ariiva!*, and are prepared to execute

.- ;p. Soap Candles, Lard, and all similar article*-tolelhtr of the same, and pledge lhem elye tospare no pains rKirrh ofTallahaxsee, near the Thomas- \VINC order lor articles in our line, at wholesale or reran,
: with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, OnionsNuts for Ihe accommodation of those ville toad K workmen, we are the most terms.
TUST r < ived; from New Orleans NefT's who may patronise adjoining Gov. Dranch's ptanfajipn on accommodating
Sinar Rtitiinft con- prepared to (ill
':t J Cured Side* and Shoulder, (/new article,) Surza found in, Figs similar, Almond! *, and all other article,uualy] them. Their Stable are situated on Washington taming I or 600 acres. Will be sold low, and on prompt and aatiMartory orders in our line in a We have al-r> a few account yet due to us for the
establi litnent manner. All
Cured hams, 30 bbl*. Flour, &c. For sate! by Store Square, in the moat convenient part ot the (own, and satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For Ihe country will receive orders from tear 1917 Thev are generally in mall amctir.ts.

E ; JOHNMcDOUGALL.Julj roe street next) ( door above G. II. McginnUs', on ijon- for comfort and convenience, they cannot be surna further particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, liberal discount given (to merchants immediate and attention. A but if the whole could be paid shortly, it would go

7, 1S19. 27 ) 2s !cd bv any Sfablet in the Sotif hern cou'nf ry. or DAfclEL! LADD, New Pert. dealers.T. far towards limiidatiugceitain! sutrs which we o'se.
Apn IS19 17 WHITE CO. .
Jy November IS, 151%. 18 Jan 13, 1519. 2 tf June 3, 1S4D. ,.23 t LEWIS A. AME5.2f

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