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 27, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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System ID: UF00079928:00042
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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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THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL I J.n_8) CD _b L A 1M_@ @_M iI Thoer teacher, though she had been cbnngtng into old ._' =:: .::I

I* PUBLIMICD EVCEV I.ATDRDA1T. -- classed in his school for months seemed always when took English. I .Mowed you' sist. Wero they not satisfied ? It was barbarous : !''on the ..V': r; Journal of. Commerce, S
'-- -- MARY MAHONY.A lo regard her with a kind of wonder.- eve? human you to the p'h1lher's and if to keep the frai. thingS before them ) CALIFORNIA.Lc S>
T3ZI8 : S And in all praed, I put up prayers your thus !> Her of fir. B.D.
;5 S STOKV Or BOSTOX. yet, the school, few eyes looked success then CIU.foTTrl!of Una Citytwlotccnt .
THREE DOLLAR ppf annum, if paid in advance. kindly little hr. Little did you see of The speaker drew instant attention he out 03 the .
upon Marj. Glances ; Surgttm of Ship G. Cot
were ex vhen
me J"ln
Mary Mary Well i iit is
Maliony MaLonj
THREE ANJHALF., if paid within iv month* when the you out, but I satflJ, and} was of So high standinr.toowhleIyand: honorably ter. .
DOLLARS if untillheendoflhpjear. for us if the name rings pleasantly! and its changed teacher lavished his en. uh, r. does me d .1' '
fora not paid gn now only to remember if, known for ,
comiums remark of his
and a to
ccLoos! There more than one tongue whispered you said require SAN. FnArcersco, SETT. J, 18W. ; t,
whisper pleasant images. is so long.anJ last
adhered Jo and came out at looking
These Of
33- tel uid will be tigidly in the repetition. the quetioning was sus.
I no paper will be discontinued until. all tticaragj are not a nook or alley, all over the world that Mahony the recess P sneering words of Mary so gHJ and hapl; indeed I, Mary, I could pended, and Mary curse Mahony dismised.to to her I have now been 'here above three weeks, k

l paid lining t at t the option ot The publ isht'rs. Suieeribers has a s\veelcr, a-, and not a square 01! stately dily. Hut tho pale f.icc and bill wiisper few of our people anJ seat of the next and the city. 1I in that time doubled its size,
course, too moment to be
quivering ;
will be r'cceirfd for three months at One street, not a country f farm-house or a village, eyelids of the subject alone told how now Us among than, from one end Boston I named the successful candidate. I and I dlink'irs 'pfrmanent population; AH is S
:0. l older the keenly this felt.
Dollar-fix monttu at $1 Kvery lor wns to the bustle
holds! a purer spirit erst was Mary .Mahony's.Meek tther. But and activity, and a vast Business is done.
pa'erotit of this county must lx accompanied with This feeling stop cried a gentleman in the front *
the cskh, tlntt'git)2e) order coinrs through any of our gentle Mary MahonyJ! The first of the school when was more apparent at the close The child burst into (tears. row, who had watch the contest keenly, is I Something over 200 ships or vessels of all nations .

regularly authorized Agents in the Stale. time we have note of her, was morc (llun thirty -I they wll.d.d their way /' wr', Mary, out people aro all so prowl [ there not a law of candidate ', are moored ofTirie town, which bare
) the requiring
years ago, at' her first essay at school. I lif'tnt-wards:; young ladies: all in groups$ of oi; )' ] %%," apol./jized the boy, greatly! certificate of her every? Of i ,turned out their living freight j and filled (or S
eight and respectability course,
AflvEflTIsEMNTSWill This was in one of the then large primal.fl I forth len, perhaps! while litto! Mary went I d.sturbej.. : "I told! fewyou- was blasting'your I thoush. Miss hers." buried rather) every hut ,or tenement with
her Mahony can produce I
b* inserted at the rate of One Dollar! per square schools of Boston ; (What need is of upon way alone. Hut the group life over the brx>k, through the long "J I. bj : goods. The markets arA glutted.! Provisoion III
of twelve lines for tIle first and lAity cents for each thinned and scattered, by and by they hts.' wi :lry.s reference Mr. and '
li b how Ilrdon. Iou III
deduction using cah.iii&tic blanks ? Every body must anc !? money came in (to you fir mid "I groceries are rally er than in tho I

fcuSnequpnt will he made insertion.on h'gal notices A reasonable estate nol ice*,yearly i have known \Iary \Jahon).) a season of the i only walked II)i t twos threes, all talkingaway all this, and how you forced pay upon I* for uiiblonrmhed character)!" States ; yet board is very high and renfajeno'rmous : I I
J notices without alteration !>)' persons hating day when the children had dropped their .Yes sti, however Iepingrol. when" it just made up the hap. Pa rdnn me," returned Mr. Iardon, glan- you would say, yet they merely correspond .
account with the office. heads and had yes, tho younger of the (Iwo juntas of the home with other: Labor is
regular ? almost closed their oyelu! to nu': you in it, Mary. cing at Jane "I I think the law charges. at a prem
AU announcement of candidates for office. FIVE girls, as they walked alone through. a retiredttreet Hut now, requires something ium.: Common laborers dolar '
in !
every one, very listlessness, when the door wou1OI like to kn-m- whit t I'm I farther and get'a an h"ur. .
I interested
POLLARH-invariably in advance. No attention :Mary Mahony will win if without hereto as one peculiarly ,
will be paid. l la any order lor announcement,unlcarrompaniwi I was pushed.open, and there stole in. noiseless- d.Kibf.! it is said r you; )r 1Vasn't: : it GermiriIntl I :n'nt beg that in this instance it be enforced or seven dollars per day ; carpenters, $12
'., .t. .. 'Iv suubcanj Why l ., : there_ was never onu carriel out ycMetdav. and S1G day rents from
\\1\II TUP casn..All i as.a; a little] barefooted stranger Manor something !" por ; $100 to $jCO
religious, marriage, end obituary' notices published ,''child. IUCC'j in a school where she has been a member from another )language 1" .' Aol it shall bs .per month. ._

I. griluhou I l\' ; }IUIT editorial notices for p.i- So quiet had been her entrance the she has not taken since the first day she "Y. !yes Well; Michael" ih enforced broke invoice the For my office I pay 8200 month. Cut
even 't had per
vale benefit, will be charged as advert i.etDcnts. I wont to I'll I ., interupted the examination,
teacher was taken by surprise, and dropped : Erloo1 nol try, promise you. \Il and( well!, Mary:' I knew it had cost firmly and lj' .I myself will furnish .: mmth fore, really correspond to years else
Jon WORK t the half.formed question, to observe her while, I ": \ Margaret, larJ M.ihonv, indeed you time,au'l I toil than all the rest. I certificates. forary: Largo fortunes have: been made
it is related the children I answered (the ,. (hat little girlr foUowedyntf! ; < fcotirse, and I knew when Iahomj. and will continue to bo .
;.VEVre well prepared tn execute Job Work such as one, arose much the you The deep silence was-broken m.o Energy
so and smallest scholar
III bill'(earda ldinto,pamphlet*,&c.,with tieatt -' from their lethargic postuies and Mailed( and the class. Joungc.t: in came ml of the publisher's, you had no straight! the moment( after a clear, wild, joyous and shrewdness are all that is necesar if tho S
Give by
and work of thi her up to her indeed! Why, forward, answer, anti know it wheel of the cars are little I ,
'! dp'llatt'h11 description gazed at with one accord, until] their very she is Irish you goes to all shout, and now peeping in at the door hovering "itb :
vrent for person* havingeailv: ac"oun1silb e '(,.Ialls, quivered. too. our l b f at< It( see you, that everybody should about the cash. I am associated tho pnclicf of
the office, tnn!t lie paid for on delivery.Business "Nevermind that, Jane, I'd gladly an help! to '. windows and making glad the ,
lP .herish professionwith Doctor
I : But the! intruder, instead of being disconcerted wearing away in trouble. Su'e street, was,llscovered'fbr the time my Moore of the [T. S. S
., --- _._ i irish gir myself for her capacity. What b'c1 loteriig:: about the frt larJ'smulitude Army, now stationed here .
S "looked! into the) teacher's face, crossed ( place ever since: friends. Irish Irish a most accom'plished ,
! : : she gives I declare, I sat to-day hoping | hear fromMarypproachcd i it." men, women, gentleman and
the of .
Carbs;, $ r. t floor, and took the only vacant seat, as i and lietened till I felt children-for who of all the fiimilj physician, high reputation
composedly as though he had been all my'ery eyes run closer .andcne universally esteemed.
.. -. alongat to the speaker. Ireland was not parent, or brother or sister
-- -- home there. The little (frock over. .Ono ( strolled I think if my health! continues a .
; it was observed in to look! after a ncwpictlf to Mary Mabony ? or who could keep a ? goo a
A. E. MAXWELL And a fool you were for it, Margnret: \aJwhen now
old ; success is certain.
was and the sun-bonnet she car- bok, and at another time I bought a such a case was pending 1h ? my T\-o days aro S

tl ATTOaN Y AT LAW, j. lied told of long acquaintance with wind and than though, indeed, I've Hut done! the sams thing more slate ; bt not a word! could] I catch $lo bring You." exclaimed a dozen voices at enough enough to pay a month's rent, and ,
WiLL attend all the Courts of the Middle! Cir- weather. But there was a wondrous light in old: once mj.clf, at her Margaret ; to you, lary, after all. Then I got impatient breath,, (inside voices of course.) I expect to go above that mark. 1''
3O.lice over S. F. Burntj's Store. the little face, a wondrous in the her bonnet lo her shocs.o .- I This steamer carries above half millionolgokldust. .
beauty yellow an finally grew desperate, and what Yes, I anwred the gentleman! and : ,.
Tallahassee, Oct. 27, If.4\f.; 4'2 committee wuuld! favor her
curs and graceful neck, that Seemed depend uponit. do nitik I did The Placers are doing well, but
to ." you Mary ? Why, I hunted : proud enough I am of the oflice, too ; though the 11

: ('.'RAWAY SMITH] tW S. DILWOB.TH make: amends f for everjthing. Old] Ireland Jane How you.iip friend to ask the question. It was I Mary has worthier friend h"t'o speak! for her great majority of the diggers, from iho
talk fail!
What is child can you I because are unfitted for the
?1" demandedthe IcnguhiNi before they
your name, a I lit upon the right one ; I am But I must first tell ladies
trjJ TN LSiTH f-o ? Would not hat face of lier's' Iure. you young
S teacher, from her tel her I wateird for work. Harder labor cannot be performed ,.
recovering astonishincut one, -nore lhau a1 hour how I came to be friend. Some
ATTORNEYS AT LAW and superiority in a kind's palace T She surely Im Mary's than] ihit !
regarding her .ternl,. ; sure. Dime I Inked s-rrly, and the other days ago as I was passing F's. bookstore, I (flrnl digging; .tbin" is child,
MONTJCKLLO FLOHID.JJl .\. The as far above us all in appearance as in re- play to il-so all who have done much I
reply was very low, though uttered smiling and then another too grave ; but at was importuned by' a poor iil-dresspil Irish say .
Jane I .
ality. Why, feel kind of he. alt
7, 1S-19.!! 2. with perfect 6elf.lSse8ionfar! _\' Ma I awe I last, May, just as I was giving it up, there boy for assistance. And what di l think .
(fore her her you S
Ill had
'ht1 gets lighted it not commenced
S IJOn'far "up ; car!om with the very look. it strange his request was? Why that I would inquire inside practice here my
*MON TOWLE. MARIANO O. PAt'). ) Mahony ? And \\ho sent you hereS seems" to me her beauty is unearthly that one knous sich: as (In.t a kinJijess of the success rita certain German translation intention was to go to the mines, and hire

TOWLE & PAPY, pray ?1"' the rut, Margaret" I wonder the has not by heir faces: ? I ( wi his attention t as j. the work cf the little delicate crea. some Cliillians: or Sonomborsto work fir me,

Jflornm and rom.srllcr!.nl. Lvr. .Soone : I came." "biogue. respectful as I COI:>:l.l, and when he looked j ture you see there. It is all true ; the child as they wi work on equal shares, you boarding '
AlIt( I always wonder ,, I hear :
HAVING formed tin onatim for tlie Practice Came ?" repeated the instructress angri. talk .Jane. 'hel down onim ani began to notice. me-forgive I|, had employed a large part of her nights, and which costs about &:per day ; but ,

( will attend the several Courts of the fy. *'I But do you know where you are ?_ Did you ever hear a voice like me Mary, but I toM him all. For I every moment not required at school in gaining to work the Placers, the business must bo un :
Jliddie Circuit III'f Florida' and in the District Couit hers ? if I am ever *o deep in studies derstood.
Jan tell what house Wlj' tny said '
jou you are intruding into an but a poor Irish boy, sir, and it and perfecting a knowledge of the language
nl [''aU.. S at Tiiilalias'sct. All buiteescuttusted iu i ", and begins to answer, I can attend to Every thing is quiet here and
this child and
manner, might the whole for to ask but for know
to their! Cdrl''iJi rrrrivcpiotrfpt attention. nothing dse. injtrc me you you young ladies, it i is not person
03-: Office in the Capitol. S Fur the first time, the stranger lifted up her Kvcry"ione"is music. sir, will ym please ?" i. taoght here. To this she was encouraged b property are safer here than in any place I ever .
17, 1 19, .: 7 beautiful head with .Well?, Margaret, pray now stop and the ) knew. What -think ofa house-framo
an expression misgninjr. Oh, Michael. and that to a stranger !I" success of some French translations? ; I Y"t
i breathe a\\ ile ; the will never need I the medal strip? sawed from inch plank and'
I still
see, aol telling :
Hri11: know bow he entered intoit you Well the co\er.
Thomas Jeff. Heir, ** Why, i is it not a school ?1" she asked ap.rebensively with her wfudt..ft1 face and wonderful an.swers .',Iary. ron't about the child had somehow learned np\s.that good French ed with canvass, being used as a jeweler's: S

ATTORNEY AND 'COUNSKLLOR AT LAW p and cannot nn)children come and: I promise. you "li will never 11ne there, andtalked as though he among hu'l) witnessed men translations could be advantageously: disposed shop ? Yet that i ie, literaily the case-and [

1"1 7 ILL piacl'cc: in- the Ciiciil Cowl in each ueieV! it besides. A little, low-bred Irish girl to miracle of at a certain book-sHlera's! and to have seen the man, whose sign says "from S
a begin : money
they : ; put "
\ V ec.nuty of the Middle: Crrciit. and in the Su- The teacher frowned. outdo us all, indeed !" Presently looking; over into the hands of her benef.ictors. and Pari, close his window by ties of lape.- ::
I knew it !
pr< Tie Court and United Suit District Court a went the two your innusciipt. Mary, though( perhaps This i is true to the I letter. Fine tt
Away of
Will do girls goods
f haim here ? entreated the drowning every every
ih.III'e.: S any you lrzighz'think never seen it ; and then defray some necessary expenses of her ::1 i ,
.Moiititdlo, Januarx' : I IMS. 2S li tlfi one unawed, and unembarrassed, still thought of prize, and priz( .g inilit in a newexcitement. after a while they Id beckoned tnsi in. I didn'tfccllow own, she frequented the place so often she elegant description in such! store?. As '
i 1 : ; Yet little her a specimen of rents, the Parker House 2 ,
looking aiound Mary became stories
anxiously the school. *
d upon way |jff're them then, Mary, great peopleas an alsolle pet there, and her little J .
, ALEX. MORTON alone with a light and face high, with wing hick of wood I5OOOper
S The flush; began to fade away from the a step glad as thfY' re. for as I began t talking about( labors made her comparatively rich. The 'i
i ittnrnl"r at invr. .roninissloisrr: of r Irrds! : ratio.Lumber .
S : Slates of rioriea and; Tennessee.t&Qmcr. t the lone -eIf-rclying! thing was really welcomed in such tones of l fondness! and! stoocfhy istcr.ing and surely, in God's sight-} as a kind prodigy, and more to see how same J 1 I 1 S

! AT CoLi'M&ufc:"'CEOIICIA. .c$ ]in at last ; for who could, hlrrputs.d: endearment as a mother might use to thedarling they are not always highest t hat we look much she wa3 capable, than for the value of 330 per 31 feet, but large arrivals ,

, "\ give Jaillifu; attention to Mirh bu iiu>' a! :I 1 17iLL her The mock, pure.IH arlt.11 Mary! Mahony baby on her knee ; now a Lod carrier highest urto see." the work, knowing her i ignorance of the language are soon expected. B. B. COIT. .'!l',

: \ nuv he eiilrn-ti-d to him, ill the Courts ol I tL.! I her age and aeqlirementsvere taken, ]laid down his hod to lift her over a pile of '. offered her a high f reward -
Well/ gasped the auditor, in breathless fo a good Preservation C S
; "I.iltta1'rh'P. Circuit Georgia composed| ot the : a cek! was appointed her and the was written bricks; and now a troup of dirty boys stopped] translation from the German. The work of Sweet PolaoesThe pre: .l-
Ciiuntje; of Muc Uim Taitiut. St \art and eagerness servation '>f sweet
: potatoes, a '
f.utlln. and in the'Cuuutie of Russell, Macon and I I t down as a member of the school. Alas! their "lltting.to greet her reverently as she .Oh, ary, tliey: went on talking and would not dishonor i the finest scholar! in New is of product greatlyunderraled ,I L' -

iiarhtmr, Alabama. '.: sh* was fex-rn years old, and could not name passed I little: child came toddling.from questioning alout'OU., as though you !had England. Now, is not Mary worthy of the farmer : and as there practical importance to the :! f'
August l'lIS1. .32-CmJ. a JeMer.ftf alphabet. But then," folIc added a poor JiUlrtetiirjmMrt I to offer her the half: of prize ?" are many modes of .
been an anjel, and this night they're coming, and thousands lost
"the could learn a rosy apple-a| blind old woman: culled her S A slot from kecpinc every season, I l
gracefully dearening the filleJ
L OHIGUDK, M. 1). 3. ti. UOyD, :1. D very some of:hnn, to see you, and that is why I'm up passage my plan of preservation. Last
It was long before there came glimpses) of to the doorway where she sat: to lay her her to miut( you." responded, Hurra for Mary Muiiony I we wil put\ five hundred bushels in f:1 .'''f '

Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, Mary'P history to the school, and there came hands upon her head and bless her, and testi- Of all hat transpired ihat night, it is impossible Mary -Mahony and old Ireland forever Whata constructed up by th.b d a long J,h4
only glimpses. Little Mary nioni.-ils kindness and respect followed her of hands there What elevating; so u to pre.. : i
VYING associated themselves together in 4\n'\ was .an orphan. to obtain! an exact record. An oldwoodstwvc capping was warm vent water rising to the S

H practice of M.'di..itlt', Surirery, &c., wfler tluirtfiicj That was soon told ; and, according to the until she disappeared in the low dwelling that I'I' ( tells us of seeing the chld.flzt:: & ./ .praised. and. -what- full hearts blesed I them on ihe dry dirt! and cover potatoes.them Bank t} '
to the citizens of Quiucy anil the surround l beautiful fraternity always existing the was for the time her home. her Uiten enough these little things talked ---" Ihnrnnfl0' "
.. -. atm-ng I by.with s ,lhz'a look in her blue" eyes, it fled I arc Iy wth! cornstalks, well laid, on winch makoa
in. country.J'iinc children' oflielandf .Mary was every body'schild. i Timewore on, and the context deepened ; his Eoul win dreams heaven that night.- of now ; how the Hale girl stood up in sufficient number of holes
< ,"August 11 1'i-2!. 31 the
> ._ I Never had she wanted the wholesome : l bright! faces now, grew pale and haggard, and I Th'isitor ,it is told, staid: till far into the night, t their midst and received the prizes upon her The corn stalks are the best along that ridge.
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Medical Notice. tipper or the warm bed at night ; never had the gladest voices were subdued to measured discussing vith the strange being, themes her graceful neck with her own smile, what advances i I be to cary oflTthe rain that blow can

Mary felt! the cold noilli winter, or gone ihinly accents. Even Jane Marden! the hold proud humble friends could! nowise understand. were made anti congratulations! proffered der use shed, or leak may Were un. .

i H.1S\R.C. WIUT WIRT M.&1).CALL have associated S. L. CALL themsi-hc-K, M. I). 1 clad throughThe rain and sleet ; and had I. Ilirl, who had talked so loudly in the street, Deep sciences, it is said, such as men alone f ; and then alas how in the midst of it, for this, the dry dirt alone through.would be it not
a* good
.1 1 in the practice; Mediciiw., Surgery, &c., and hhe wanted for kind words and loving hearts (arge and healthy as she was, carried tracesof converge upon while the little creature was i it was noticed that the little! features changed: I, a covering as anything else. We also .

I oiler (heir cert ices to the 1 : imhlic. to comfoit her. Still who guided Mary ?7- her unremitting application ; but .Mary- at home nd clear: in and she was carried to the open air. |, about 500 bushels in a house, with a put root up;

Othce over Drug; Store,Mon\ctllo.Tloridar.A Who gave her gl'ntle'ordtl -at night, and who to changed as thc 1 Instead looking Days passed by, Jri ererJtbing. and cloudy It isa ti tell! ofjoy exchanged for mourning | ihe wails of which arc built to drV
"ltUst r., | : aright no one ;. \'or the struggle her features grew only days-dajs of gladness and days: of gloom ; tory too the potatoe from the external changes of the

MEDICAL: 1\011 E. winds and rain drops were not freer, yet still 1 the more radiant. She sang now in the the days brought around in course of time, repeated to be now a tale horror. The ', weather. We prepared a sufficient numberof
ll there lay deep in her heail, a yearning fir( the morning sometimes, and her laughter was Ihe great, decisive, one of i-chool. To-day l little orphan had too much of tori and too air pipes by cutting long flat rails in the

Dr. Charles T. 'Darby .. l teaching) and the speech of home. This had heard moie; than once echoing in the yard at the youn: ladies were all handsomely: attired, much ofexcitement for her fragile: constitution.She | centre, placed them about three inches .

T) 1.SFtCTFULL r annn necs 1. tJIf"rublj in pC'n. brought her to school, for rumor had made, ititrthe recess,->omchow, too, the younger of the :ondthougl aIIINIH'1 anxious and excited, all was carried out of the school-room dy. and nailed boards lengthwise on their edges.apart

J %V oral! that. he ha peirnanentlj bcate4 l Sunbelt in i imagination oftLe little girl verily likea pupils drew nearer to her, than hereto ore, were orderly] gentle. ing. There is almost an atmosphere of beau These boards were with
!MUll!icetlo. Flotidrf, aid" ,ill be found at -sill t tipicsy,, household in the olden, oft-told tale. It is sad! perforated an auger;
pleasant: and lie had gone in, arid as for the przte, though she maintainedher The sjncious room, too, was crowded to ty not to so as to let the air pass freely. The
un I. ,ikinnally t* np week
expecting to \\'Icoml.'d.\.fl as a child. place and flew on with her usual ind of I h'tl one more the self-samu
be njid to all (irole ional c lU.Ma rapidity overflow, a committee, consisting some were placed on end 2$ feet apart, and the
\' 5. 1S1'' I -" What a gel ions child's! face waS"!h 'r's Not it seemed scarcely to occupy her thoughts. of the fin<*t scholars in the city, was appointed throng kindred faces that had looked in on i tatoes piled around them; leaving the ends po. '

S! '. sun-burnf, like almost any other child of her 5jome change was 0IJCfl- Marj's dress, to eximine the candidates i and bestow Mary through the shoo.boule] windows was open. At the commencement of cold top weather .

: G10.V.: UUTCIIINS grade, but looking out fresh and clear, too ; anew frock and of better material had the prize. following' her body to the.grave. We love we placed a sufficient quantity of cotton S

thought for every thing. She sat at her replaced jhe old ; some outlay had been made And now, at length, the class on the long to think of Mary as more exalted even than seed over the potatoes to keep them :

t AUCTIONEER ,I solitary deflc all recess time, not though for shoes, bonnet, &c., and now, altogether, long row,wilh the anxious faces, and throbbing when amidst the highest of her earthly hon. They I kept very welinJeed! | as usual,warm.-uniiljthey: t .

I T.tu.in.ifitoK;. t'Li.R : abashed and to mingle! with the throng, her appearance was n t inferior lo the IJ st.I heats; awaiting the decision. Mary, ors.They were all used hich was in larch. time I :
: :! TO but deep jn tllOl hs ; the next day the bad I Nor, it ascertained, was she now, as heretofore unobtrusive ao u't31, had crept to the middle were not the poor Irish alone, either, we opened the ridge and found the Alhis all t

! Mei sr II. BoNn, J. W. ARGVLE, D.; C.-Wixi; her entire: a, b, c. supplied] with books by the city, but of the row} where her diminutive little personwas that went afier the little coflin ; it is said the | sound ; which were then put in the1 potatoes smoke UJ

I F.March II. }'LA&.tl'. J. lloi>t>o.\. aud J.' T. AKCIILIU .I vatf1wonderful} hoxv, she progressed ; in made her own purchases, and with her own almost hid'len by the garment of her highest and proudest in the land rejoiced to house on the floor of rails, and a gentle smok I

I- 10,1SJ'- --t.-. 5- -W -:--- .. t months it was 'necessary to remove her to Surely there was a mystery now attending neighbors; but Jane Marden, the bold, proud join the trin. put under them in damp weather. They S

j LEWIS &. AMES/ a higher sclirtol. .\nr there we again hear little Mary. girh, who had talked so loudly in the street, Peace to her gentle spirit It is good to kept exceedingly ly well. B. G. I

, (fher, the' same (' quiet Ieing-on who f was a fortnight before the great final day held] the head, resolute and collected. If know, unearthly as it was that it shed peace Lexington, Mi., July 1819. .i i !

I IUAL111SU; '. '. never joined the children! at their sports- Mary was treading her solitary way with there is hesitancy or wavering in a reply the and love upon the earth, and thai its influenceshzave I

!nnucs) MEDICINES: VAINTS..OILS, nl\'S shouted or IH110l'd. but for every schoolroom ] the old! abstracted look, telling of her day's pupil was immediately dismissed to her sat ; never yet ceased being felt. For outward SLA"ERy.-The London Ties, of September '! I
loiltl irtitlcs Pcrfuintff &'r. Window} feat foremobt. Xo' work hen her arrested left shew, the of lhat examination
Class' one was !re\r u footsteps were by I hut it was a long half hour before any ; anniversary 10, in an able article S
,, PAINTER** nRc..Jl1II"AXt5cOIontl.: maier how difcul task, lhit'J v :never ringing bhuut. then they began dropping OfT some in tears, was kept a sacred day for many years on slavery in \-

I Apollwtrlf" G1tts Ware. A-c. asked assista ncp. IIC\.r nerer WilE at fault., "Ah, Mary-Mary Mahony !" cried a and some affecting a kind of girl bravado, after in the school, but better far than this mcrica. says ; .

T HEabo constantly on hand,and for sale at the Little can )be gleaned: in those times, wild boy's voice in high glee, and her hand and ]leaving the floor with :laugh.It deep in many and many: a heart, a light is The will of the people! of England and

-1. loucbtuuiktt, juices.' i. however, save that she shot up from to was seized by a true descendant of old Ireland. had gone on thus three quarters} of( an kept forever burning in memory of the dear departed the resources of the British nation, have been
LE\VIgk AMES.Tallahassee. I cHi: !, with a rapidity it was in vain to crula! !(. "h'l all ri.lt with you now Mary, we've hour, and the class of thirty was reduced to Mary Malony.A applied with absolute authority and urf-!

-. Novimber-- --20-, IS47.- IS I elt we hear of Mary, some three years found out right !P' t ur. The next moment Iwo of those went grudging munificence lo the extinction of slavery

CHARLES l laler, as a memberofa city high school. .. What'Int, Michael ?" asked the bewildcred sobbing convulsively to their seats, and Jane Dog thai Chewed Tobacco.-A friend in the British dominions. The northern .

II. BUNTING,. .' I And now behold ihe interior ofa large well little girl, still in nmazerent.- Marden! and the little Irish Mary contendedfor has just related to us a curious fact in natural States America have no such power of altering S

iDEiNnnsT, S ,I lighted, well-ordered school.room. I Here 1 was What do you mel by all Tgl 1" the prize alone. What: a contrast they presented history, respecting a dog. In North At. .the institutions and the tenure of prop; _

()"Flms 11ie "prolen.Moiial !e\t\ ices to the citizens the teacher's desk] isolated! upon an elevated "Why, the books, Mary, to be sure, and I II I Jane, many years tho senior, bold tleboro,' in this State, there is kept in a manufacturing -S erty in the slaveholding states of the Union : .

P-iitli.1 f to Middle an>' call Flmi.ia.that may He be\\mad ill JlIl'ud upon with.hurt,dc and-! platform in front, rows of girls!, sixteen eighteen the papers yuu'r ;putting into iho Engli&h I I self-confident and loud-voiced ; and Mary, (the establishment, a large mastif who congress itself has no such power.; but if it 4

l"i"nnith! care atd bktll all operations"IIrU If' I- and even twenty years: of age and more, tongue {for them, and the honor yourself is I ; fragile, serious Mary, so dear in anything J Jakes as much comfort with a.quid had, and besides the power, if it had the will .

<4' t IJ him. His pri, "o will be as moderate and libw I mostly I competitors for a prize, which was bestowed gaining-isn't i ail right ? And haven't I I I smal, so-quiet and so absom lcd, all the while' as does the most inveterate loverof the weed. and the means' to carry a general measure of S

l .j they can (be made, consistentl His resi- upon the first bc.oo1 at the close of the come hero bringing the ne\n Mary Aa-! apparently so unconscious; of oIJsln.ation or ofself So habituated;) has he become to it use, that abolition, tee are constrained to admit thai theexperiment L
dente, at piesent, i i.(|uincy, wheiecorrirnunicationsi and will sit all in the made the
"'Ill\i ecci:ved by him, term. Rebind them, on cither side, were bony ? as though poring over her books alone. he must have it, day cen by British g gOvemmeTit, .
i apd
immediately attended to. ranged the younger grades&and far in the "'lint, Michael," said the little gir and I The scene had now arisen to one of intense in.: tre 9f ihe shop, chewing away with great ap- tJ/ldhe slae in which the British Wesl Indies

linn. REFEnJ: cE8 : loneliest corner arose a golden head that would her lips quivered, was that kind ? never terctt t ; breathing: of the multitude petite and a good relish. Ho became: thus I are'nc r. placed b.i'. would be invoked as the

Gen. C.ChARLES H. W. DOWNING Tallaliaff! ec. have attracted notice anywhere. Its many told you ol'tbeso things, Mikey dear." seemed the'ef'time suspended, and still the much 1a man, by playing when young most unaitsiccraile argument against such d S
DuPONT, Dr. JA\'JISON. jr "
C-l. W. T. STOCK ION Dr.J. L. SHIELDS, bright curls encircled it like a halo, and the I Ak, but, Mar., ditl you think you could I two kent their places, the one sulk with '" sogers," as the ends of cgU6 are scheme.. 'S

R E GIBSON, Esq., Kev. J. PHELrS. flush in the young face came and went, and I carry all this I and my father and ever quiet and composed the other flushed,with I professionally termed. In such play .

Mr. THOMAS II. )ODCKSS! Quinc '. the "brightness of the eyes varied, as the childpored I mother never dreaming of it ? We saw in success restless and excited. At length occasionally find a soger" in his mouth, until A lump.-\lllunscJ, White & Co. of this

--Auca--. t 11. \fit9. 31-.3mMILLEK over her books unceasingly. your face at the very first, Mary: ; for it's easy Jano paused: and hr answer was inaudible ; at length a taste'was formed for tobacco, I I city received a lump of gold from California
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-" --- A very little creature, meanly dressed indeed enough for such .Jove you to know Whl'Uthero' time was allowed her to recover, and a second whichh since,continued to increase, and by Falcon weighing fifty ounces alhin

BROKAW'S but with such a radiance, such a life surrounding ( trouble in your heart. God writes i question proposed. She, stammered now he'fs what he is.. We believe it to be the one solid, mass, picked out at, one dig. The

b Livery & Sale( Stable, her, the proudest in the school looked I there Mary, and would'nt it bo sin in, us.not through the answer, but a third found her Utterly only'instance on ,record, of any animal but value of this lump! is 8300.( -A". t). Delia. .

07 1, TALLAllAUfclCE, tUmiDA. _, _.: I mean Before her. I need not tell that was to i cad//-}'ou uhu are furlherless and aoterI at fw1 and courtesy could tolerate no man, ,and 'one speceies of worm using the A Sco'ch minister, very homely in address,
S weed from love 'of it. Voslon Cab chose for his text a in be Psalms
rPHE;: t.ubftcribers"have moved Mary' Mabony.I'jcsently'a. >I more. now the little Irish child stood pure passage :

l Subles, aiid talt this up oppoitun'ilv to,their' firc.ProolI to in class was caned, and (the child I Jhit 1icmet"Tbee -" before the multitude alone,cain)1 absorbedas ,inet. I said" in_my haste all men are liars."- _

//'ffI ilii-ir, friends and t the public generallt'of the sprang to the floor, with a face all in a fevered other way, Mary dear.- ever.' Questions poured upon her now "Ay, premised his reverence, by way or in.troductiuu. .

j cBeinR-e heretofore thankful for the liberal pal ronnpe they glow.! The lesson was in mathematics, a How could we but sec how thn.scorn of the from the fpectalors,-tho .committee, sought ;, There is a very honest chap in Boston, who '-je said( it in }our haste, David S

:1' t'tenUit'' and received pldie t)3ctfli.thvestopare), (hey eolicil a continuance verbal one, nnd designed to test .the capacities school.girls troubled! you ; or how could we problems of more intricacy, but the child,-never wishes to 'sell his horse. His advertisement did ye 1 Gin"ye had been;"here ye might ha _

.,: odalioll ol *}!Joe who inav palronibe no pains: of the pupils to the utmost ; but with MarJ'the rest in our bed, when jou were toiling all. confused perplexed ,had solution for them runs in this wise : said it at your leisure, mon. .t

V 111, Their Slabltate situated on Wasjir} ;ton questions' themselves seem to have: been I night long at the work a you did ? No, no, all. SIt For sale a brown Horse, with a Roman Do you see anything ridiculous about this;

14111re. "I the and mOllt convenient pal t of, 1I1e tuwn, and anticipated, for her answrr flowed as casIJjr Mary ; we searched the papers out when you I had gone on ihs for some lime,'when a nose,in good health, and very fond of travel- wig said a young gentleman to Curran._ ,

I'I addby any con'Vlhlf'nr.thp in the SOuthern cannot be. turSlBblen and rapid/as! though she : tolling ,were way,- and carried (them to those .who p "entlemah of p uhiriTy: benevolent cast of ling-having run away four limes within a Nothing* ,"' said Curran, ," but the head

''\'tubcr$ 1.. j ". 15 counlry upon IhC'T for weeks. knew, and l fuunJ out it vas' French you were countenance, interfered, begging them tode. le" ". in it."



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I .t'f: THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL TtltgrapktdfvSlkt CkarUtlonMtrntry. Callaljasoct[ .Jlori&a[ : Can, it SavemefroinmiI'rtarsd.st be that there .are in ,Florida! ,other, I i I Few are there, bearing amwL.the name of Americans no and analogy, as Mr.td\tebsleremb&tif cases of piracy{ .",,It1laJI1u"He ,

.......... put ?,
) .. .
;I, __ Arrival of: the Niagara.BALTixoBCtOct.
--1rb -
- for the honor of pointedly Mr. Fox
,t C&Ie.Yery
HILTarTT whig aspirants whose interest require that we rejoice to say ,that MIr rt
i f8Lt9HED EVERY SATURDAV, 17,7 m. R. B. ,C. E.. DYKE, did greater part ofthe last Iwd centuries
p. Mr. Cabell should be sacrificed 7 Surely not. country and humanity' whose not ,stf
of the British Crown
,'4; BT-HZLTOIf DYCB: : The Niagara arrived at Halifax on Tuesday EDITOR AJTD PaoparEToa. the noble Hungarians have been permitted
.; :. Yet late indications might bring one to such beat with sympathy in behalf of engage in foreign ward, both to
; : : To whom ill rommnnicitioM thovild. t b. sddresit3. night. : in their for liberty whose civil zwiocaJ &ad
ask : struggle ; and with she
reader latter
;"' LivERrool, Oct 0. wmercial aftilrsien 'Saturday; October 27,1849, I a conclusion. Does the surprised ia every H*,,
.t; ,; : :t -. '. Term*-03 per. annum, lu Advance i allmaterial particulars. the same as by the : what these indications are t We will refer bosoms have: not heavtd with sorrowful l emotions .', their progress;" and tbat, ..10 quf' wa ti=.of.

;, : '-C.;'t':;, ''=- -.. -, Calndonia. Accounts from the manufacturing To the Patrons of the Flortdiaii A JoornaL' otberru at IbeTieart rending tidings of the hopeless I not only have individual fubjeettof tiaj Cn**.
',- ARRIVAL OF THE QALtiDOMA.By districts still and of .. If gone abroad to engage io civil -Irt.
are unsatisfactory, prices bet
,...* For reasons of a private nwiihwhch: fn months 4iy-gone, our congressional l Rep.resentative l failure of their patriotic? enterprise. have seen whole regiments _,
Bltetrit Cotton are unchanged.Havre pp nly r"
Td'frttlJlt London to titrtpwd. borders who could
'V : '" ; 4* dotes to the 4tb, state that Cotton i it is needless to, trouble the patrons- .of ibis pa.: was condemed by the Democratic t there be a man within our equipped, .armed and disciplined: !in EDg
,'.' i .. LONDON:' Saturday, Sept. 29. b bold the strife with indifference without an wilb
I bad received considerable impulse from tbe per I have disposed of my interest in it lo Mr. p res, for his Tote'for' Mr. Winibrop ; a genlemen tbe avowedporpose )aidtng'a ,,&f.n1oQ

-.1 j :' ..: .Mc5icn, 23<. .-The Minister of oNlign New York advices, and an advance of J Jf, I CHARLES: E. DTKE. He'hcffimvard the pa. ti who,if not an abolitionist, wa*known ardent desire that right should triumph over against" nation with which Eng! Dd ,,,.ri
\ ;' : Affair, 1 by order of the King, has charged all -alluding! to the
bad been obtained. from Havre peace Spanish
to the the
Freights might, over strong, liberty Legion
't 1' t hold views in the highest degree raia.
Bavarian Envoys abroad to inform the Gov. America bad per will be published by Messrs., HILT** & unacceptable ed and sent to Spain under the
,,. '. ,. eminent at whose Court they repre! nt Ha.I Flour. Canal, commanded in England, *3s DYKE who have assumed the debts of the to the people of Florida. Then the whig over despotism, then we say: America is a Member.of Parlianji.cotrano. f'Col..Evans

\ .. taria., that that [power ha broken off n rJ' a 23 6d ; Baltimore,2Is ; Ohio, 25. Office, and who alone art authorized' {O re. j ournals defended Mr. Cabell, by contending not the home for him. Where floats the Mr. We bster iberefore'insisted't ta|

".' negotiation with Prussia, and will continue 10 The demand for Provisions wa steady. ccive its dues. These gtntlemen are well hat t Mr. Wintbrop had much to commendhim Stars and Stripes he should find no abiding ibority British doctrines and pnct ee..ai it
:'(: to do until the Austria? gives a decided reply re- The Potato rot was rapidly extending. and favorably known to tie readers of Flori. to the favor and confidence of the South. I place. In Russia or Austria, within the con. well as on the general law of nations, that SIt.
f' peeling Federalquestkn. The London Money Market: was shade firmer "bolbim I-"os' designation ofArncrky.sas
20th. d itted for the duties era people. Now, (he same journals attempt i fines despotism, with no mark I advfatnr
t r BELl, -A report it again in circulation though the report of probable' : war be. a papers as eminently pirates was unjust, and tha ;VwDetaerUj

". ? that Russia has demanded the re.estab. t"veers Russia and Turkey had ciused some they assume, and I bespeak for them that liberal ,,10 prove, not indeed that Mr. Winthrop is an by which his lineage can be traced back to I revolt b, recent or long contrntied,they lw.

:; lisbraent of the state ofthingt which existed fluctuation in the prices of securities. Con. : confiJence and Import to which their i Abolitionist, but that Mr. Burke is ; and the the founders American liberty, let him find join those concerned: in i it, whatever U

: ,, previous to the month of March, and there. sols were quo'ed at 92 j. merits entitle them. Ny grateful tlnnks are I evidence of Mr. Burke's abolitionism: is foundn his fit abode their offence against their: o.wa .countnI teal Of
i union of the Grand .
of Pose and i'ru
: Duchy *
:t alL The proability of war between Ru ia and tendered to those by whose kindneuand libcrality i the'! fact that he voted for Mr. WIXTHHOP'S Yet, well grounded as were our sympathies I however they mal be treated jta1eaiii
Turkey, is much discussed in the English and their band* in the country fthe.Goveran'
IIC"ioARy.-Tbe greatest confuiion ii said French journals. The Sultan's government I my labors, du'iiig a brief cmnection Anti Slavery Proviso! Of course, if he who i in behalf of the Hungarians, these is a people against. wbicb. the- standard- oF re volt is :

','". to prevail at Comorn. 1( contrary to all ex. has peremptorily refused to surrender KnMUth I with the press, have leen lightened aid cheered. voted for this Proviso is made an Abolitionist living almost in sight of our own shores- can not le denominated pise.-wt; & ,

J. pectation, the negotiations for capitulation and the other refugees: and it is backed by A. E. MAXVELL. by that vole, surely he who introduced AN>> some of ihem our own kindred-who are trodden parting from all the ordinary use of i
should fail,a direct attack will commence im. France and England the Ru.. I down far terrible! in the definition of O nCf'L"
; ; thereupon, VOTED for it, is convicted of Abolitionism by by a tyranny more
mediately. Tho Daily News correspondent sian Ambassador took abrupt leave of'on. We think the Round Islanders I
r.'t. in Hungary writes that cn his first arrival in stantinople, and all diplomatic intercourse From the above announcement/. / will be his act, coupled with his rote. The reasoning than that Austria or Russia. The sufferings lied to all the benefits of this &

;' that country be found the officers and men in was closed. seen that the undersigned I berome associated then t of(he whig:; press demonstrates the fact, of the Hungarians undar Austrian rule as were the Vermonter and :New

r '. a desponding state! and laboring under the Later accounts from Calcutta to August with R. B. HILTOX. Esq- in the A). so clearly, that it can neither be gainsaid nor compared with that of the CCBATCS under the who interfered the Canadian

:. : .. conviction and Austria that comLin..dral the rebalance hopeless against! Russia-that 20th, state that commercial affairs were satis- lure management of the Flori'fiaa & Jour. denied, that Mr. Cabell supported a "hot. domination of Spain is but the chastisement 1339.

factory. nal." It will be in this headed Abolitionist" the Se'ntinel'a of whips to (the chastisment scorpions. The ,
Georgey did all in his power to increase the unnecessary to sa: ( epithets Trick of the Richmond Wblr

dsmoralizaliori. Had he obeyed' orders, the this connection that the paper, in l tb hands applied (10 Mr. Burke) for the office of Speak taxation imposed upon the while population

r;' war might have been protracted to an indefinite NEW: YolK, Oct. 18, 6 p. m. of its present proprietors, will centime to be, cr, and securtd hi* election, for be could not oftbat island numbering not one tenth of some Tho Crescent City, one of tbt

_\.. period, but be preferred any alternative,, COTTON:' has suffered a further decline un. as it has always been, the unflinchbg advocate have been elected without !Mr.\ C.'s -ote- ofthe American states, raises an amount of money presses of New Orleans, thus dispose
even thai playing the traitor, to surrendering der ihrt Niagara's news. Sales 600 bales late shabby hoax of the Richmond \
: and defender cf the fundaments Could a more deadly shaft be hurled at our about equal to the whole expenditure of the
bit fair princi.
dividing with 11 sales
or even authority any Upland at i. Large could not Fair minded men generally will judge )
.. other General. The Daily jYetri correspond be made: under, \ cent. decline. pies of the great: Democratic pary of the Representative ? Alas that such a wound American Government Scarcely a shadow trick of the much

: ent condemns Georgey's whole conduct, and I BALTIXORB, Oct. 19, 6 P. M. Union, as they have been handed duvn tow should be inflicted in the house of his friends. of freedom of thought, or action, is tolerated Whig, as has

,. slates that Kossuth, Hem, Guyoti, !Messaros\ the Fathers of the But Mr. Burke voted for the among the inhabitants.It Orleans Editor:
by will the Winlhrop
The of tbe between I Republic, as as .f'J
dispute *
and Dembiski, are at Widden in a state of aspect England The Richmond whig perpetrated '
positive destitution. When Kossuth qwttec' I and the United Slates on the Mosquito ques fearless and undisguised opponent
Hungary be bad! only five hundred ducats in I tion, is considered threatening. Both Gov. tempted infringement of the rigts of the Territory north of the Missouri line, and' hinted at, (it would lake volumes to describe and Washington Union ; which ,

.. his possession, and had since spent the greater ernments have taken a decided' stand, and, i if South, by any party, faction, or Sate. 0 I i if therefore a hot-headed Abolitionist : 10'' ii) that it was supposed; a late movement was a first rale joke,.if.there was not !

part in relieving the wants of his brother ci. neither yields, war mu't ensue. associate it is needful that the does it about made the citizens of that Island little unfair in it. The -' : t
The Niagara's. our not re sho-.ild I goes argument, not 1 Well, Mr. being by : ,
commercial advices havenot
lies. The letter : this ,
containing: news is dated I original-changing dales and names
Widden, llth inst. yet been received. speak-his former connection with be South Winthrop introduced and roted for the Win' aided by volunteers in.behalf of freedom, from letter published in (be Enquirer

Tr&KCY.-Private letters confirm the report The steamer Alleghany. arrived at Wash- ern Journal, and more recent positon as associate tbrop Proviso, and he repeatedly voted for the the United States. If such an enterprise! was years ago, urging a close search ..

of the Sultan's decision not to deliver up iugton to.day. with the retiring partner, A.E. MAXWELL WILMOT Proviso, by which Slavery is excluded contemplated, secresy, while its arrangementswere tion clul>* and office holders, with a

l' the Hungarian refugees, and it is stated, on E'q., in the Editorial management o I from all the Territory South of the com. making, was of course, indispensable to remove them,and ordering a sort of.
the best authority, that considerable! uneasi THE LATEST.BALTIMORE to find cat their sentiments. The
the Floridian & Journal, have male him prpmise line, as well ns North of it : is it not its success. But it seems that intelligence of
ness prevailed in diplomatic circles, as to the Oct. 19, 3 P. M. pounced upon the sentiments as vile
ultimate confluences of this resolution. France and have known to the Democracy and peoplrof Flor. then proved that Mr. Winlhrop's '" head" is the movement, while the whole country was famous! and read a solemn homily a t

P.uus.-Friday evening. The Manifesto L energetic note to England Russia and Austria sent, relative a very ida. Of ourself however, we may J le'allow'; (rebbly healed with Abolitionism! I ignorant of any such purpose, reached the enormity of.such system. The

continues to excite universal reprobation.: :- to tbe difficulty with Turkey, which it is sup ed the vanity to say, that, man and toy, some We ,advance a step further. The whig ears of Gen. Taylor's Cabinet at Washing ,I coolly restored the dates* and Da

Only two Journals defend it. The Contti.tutionnd I. posed will have considerable weight with fifteen years of our life bare Leen spent in organ knows no system of ethics which attach ton. At once, a proclamation was issued, denouncing showed that the letter was taken

LO"ipoCon.oll and Atscmblee! declined yationrllc. them.' There is great dissatisfaction in the the discharge of the duties incident pa. printing :. es less blame to the person who votes for an the terrors of the law against these Mr. Ritchie's own paper. The
i inconsequence in
yesterday ; Duchies \ and was omitting a paragraph which Mr.
of a sale of $300,000 fur Tu...I. i i le ahead.Schleswig Gen. Lamoriciere: Holstein not and allow.troitb.i I. office, nearly nine of which hue been odious or obnoxious! measure than to the per. Americans disposed to aid their Cuba brethren bad published with the original letter,

day, stated to have been made Jo payoff th e j ed j to present his credentials as \mhulador ofI ; passed in this office. In this lengu of time, son who proposed it." Very well. Wilmot: and serving as a most timely warning to in be approved of the system of

mortgage held by Ibe Equitable Aasurance Co. I France to the Czar. It is confidently stated we have: served in all the departmaits appertaining introduced the Wilmot Proviso, and his name the despotic authorities of the Island. The protested against the secrecy and

2 ditto p. M.-Consols. far; the Account, 92j f to j that Sir John ROM i is also locked up in the ice to a Job, Book, and Newpaper establishment I. has become a reproach and a bye-word ; a Governor General of Cuba: thus put on his The Padre of the Union .has a good
5 ; Money, 921 J I and salient
| ; Exchequer points for the attacks of his
; Bill, 191, 40s prem. of in,Prince and! that Regent's all Inlet safe., with Sir John Frank: -as devil, (the first ffice to be sound full loathing: and hatefulness lo the guard, prepared by every precaution: to crush but, herein they do not treat the

1' are filled by. all who seek to bf"comemateu o;f people Florida. What would be said of a : the revo'ution at its very first outbreak. Si. gentleman with candor."
the M art preservative of all arb") asjowr,, Representative from this State who should multaneotwly the power of our government, The paragraph omitted; by the i
By Exprittfrom 2d edition oftht Time NEW YORK
:. of today.CoNSTAXTiMorLE f. Oct. 10, noon. as foreman: then associated with Cd. SIRLEY,, place, by his act, in ono oftbe highest office. at both extremities ofthe Union, was broughtto these words :

;. peror of Ru&sia employs, Sept.no argument 12th.-The in Courtfor Em. I i! brokers Tbe Cotton cannot agree market upon continues the price.heavy. and (now of the Savannah G ,)rgianas) Junior in the Government, this notorious enemy oftbe the aid Spanish power by the most highhanded It is hoped this will not be done

: !his demand for delivery of the Polish and j I Pork is declining. editor of she *' Floridian," then agin: as foreman South and traitor to the peace of the Union acts oppression against those American finely, but OPEXLT and TAUT ; *

3 e Hungarian Refugees, at Widden, but says in on the transfer of that establishment, and' ? But Mr. Wintbrop by voting for this i citizens who were supposed to have formed public meetings than in A3T rmt

his letters that be will consider the escape of, From the Chartftton Courier. now united with the destiny of the Floridian Proviso, subjects himself no less blame than the outrageous purpose assisting the patriotsof way." which would deservedly defeat

one of them acacazuibelli. If the Sultan I NEW ORLEANS: Oct. 15. & Journal," in its editorial tnanag : did not give a simple or no, to the Aid-dr- i We notice the"last
.. Cimp, he threatened to return to %%Warsaw. !I Cotton is heavy of sale, and the weather is i business losses amid profits. We nerely al. 'his proposition. Yet Mr. Cabell secured to The result is well known. AH movementson 'Sentinelcopies
of the with
Whig remarks of
;., The Sultan' persists in his resolution, and is i i quite unfavorable. Barley, 300 bales dispo. Jude, in this offhand manner, to hese fea. Mr Winthrop the exalted and most influential the part oftbe Americans have been suppressed .

: backed by the Foreign Minister the Grand J ,! sed of up to the time we write. lures in of station -the Cubans dare ngainst Mr.( Ritchie. We wait to sea
1 Oct. 16-9 A. our history by way shoving our Speaker of the House of Representatives attempt nothing
Vizier the Siera&kier M.-Egbt hundred bales: er our neighbor will do justice,to r
fa"ometIi Pasha Cotton sold Prices future readers that we are no stranger to the against their powerful oppressors, awakenedto th
and Mahomet Pacha Ali but be yesterday. are one-eighth l the Union, by his readers
". majority of the Council is alarmed at great the t I lower. Middling quoted' at 9j! to 10. arduous duties we have ,voluntaril' assumed I, It only remains for Mr. Cabell's friends ((1)) the vigilance, by the timely Ritchie informing discountenanced the

threatening tone of the Czar's note and !! Frights are In quite an unsettled state, I inconsequence in connection with our associate; on whom to push the argument a little further and show warning: of the United States President.- expressly
no ) "
of the espionage recommended by .\ .
official announcement of (he Council decision : many arrivals. ,, indeed will devolve the larger shire: of labor, that he who suppports a man who mUd for a The deliverance ofthe Island, from the tyranny .
Oct. 17-9, A. M.Twelve hundred bales
.. had consequently been made. There i is |: Cotton sold yesterday Monday's. prices.- in editing the paper. In our nav position, particular measure' is worthy of" no less under which it groans, is indefinitely postponed Discharge of Vol tr

reason to believe that: the Turkish Govern we hope to render ourselves useful J to And for his doings in behalf of the
Middling) 9J! to 9J. our blame" than he who roted for that: "odious or Capt. Johnson's
ment, urged on by the English and French Company 1
Envoys, will reject the demand. I The ship Boston has been taken up at two country, our State, and oursdf. 'IVe expect obnoxious measure ;" and thus prove that: Mr.' Spanish tyrants, we are called upon to sing which was into,service on 1l!

", .. It is. supposed, that the Emperor, will put bi.1 dollars per bale. to retain the patronage already 10 liberally r Cabell is as little worthy the confidence of praises to the name of Gen. Taylor. In be. August last,muse're left their post at Manatee

uireais 01 -into execution should bestowed, and shall endeavor wih the bear half of the Americans whose have .
war the an. the people, of Florida as 1r.Vilmot( or Mr.( sympathies 19th instant under
Goy .
: I Fiotn the Charl lIon ..Werrur.BALTIMORE .
be / -
ewer negative. Although nearly the whole of co-Iaborerto been behalf of the wf'I
ty co-operation our enlarge Winthrop I May not such a corollary be le.gltimately outraged-in oppressed arrived
of the Turkish fleet is in the Golden Horn \ Oct. 21. here the 23d, and were d
". ; the of usefulness Cubans whose have
sphere our by ending the deduced from such demonstration budding hopes been
quite ready for service, and could defend the English papers received of the date of Liv. a ? ensf rom the serice of the State on the

entrance of the Bosphorus, yet the Turkish erpool, Oth inst.. state the stock of Cotton at circulation of our paper (already .the largestin Well may our Representative exclaim: sate elly crushed, we say NO They numbered 6 men, including

., army bears no proportion to the forces the 540,730 baler, against 530,600 same time last the Slate,) and by increasing. oar' facilities mffrom friends! To those who think (hat American citizens The Company had a very
Emperor would march against the Turkish year. The quotations sent you before are for business. ': ", The whig organ intimates that the Democratic disposed to offer aid to the Cubans are guilty St. Marks. Cap .
frontiers in a few days. Sixty thousand Turk. correct.In ]
With these hasty remarks: we reipectfully press has charged Mr. Cabell with Abo. 1 of an unpardonable: offence we commend the
ish troops are concentrated round Cons'anti. Havre, the Cotton market was languid, Twiggs a having gone unee
make our bow to the'readers of the Floridian litionism. Though not disposed to into following artitle from a in no .
o nople, but the English fleet could not reach though prices ranged a little higher. go paper way connected according to previous appointment. :

the Golden' Horn sooner than fifteen or seventeen The New York Cotton market is firmer, as & Journal." gaming speculation, we are willing to bet a with party-from a paper which has reports that the are dissatisfied

days. A Russian fleet could be in private letters give a more favorable report CHARLES E--DYKE.or pewter button that no Democratic paper has been accused of entertaining strong prejudices of the ..01!pope relying! more
the than the recal
Bosphorus within twenty.four hours. papers. The decline is Ic
average -
ever brought that charge against Mr. C. As in favor of Cuban Authorities. afforded
protection this
The greatest anxiety prevails amongst all per pound. The sales of ye terd y 2000 : We omitted to state last week, that by species
.. for t the matter of this pretended charge, we From the .,-: O. Cretcent. than
classes, the greater majority opposed to war bales ; of the week, 9000 bales.POLITICAL. M. A. Long and B. F. Allen, Esqs., had t on regular troop. ,
as destructive to commerce and industry. think even in that: an unfriendly part is acted PIRACY AND TilE ROUND ISLANDERS. Capt. Johnson, for his z
on as delegates from al
gone Floridq to attend
British subjects are among the refugees con. towards him. We are inclined, most sincerely The Round Island party has dispersed. The energy, and bis officers men
fined in Widden. General Guyon, General Tho Sultan Turkey has ordered the Hun. 1 the Memphis! Convention.Late J of which
to the belief that that is his personal, individual expedition they are said to have which left their
: and garian refugees to Constant inople. promplnes1ib they
Longworth, General O'Donnel. Englandand
been a part is defeated for the
.. and private thunder, to which he is present.-
VIENNA 24th. France have sent a note to Russia from Tampa. for the protection our exposed
= : -Cabinet councils respect. strong Whether it will be rerimed again,and when, o :
and relative well entitled, and which no one should steal
Austria to affairs.
ing Hungary still continued. Nothing yet are questions upon which no immediate conjecture zen, have well entitled, themselves.
settled. Robbery and murder rife in Tran.sy The London Chronicle publishes a letter Surrender of the Murderers !IIt from him. With a view doubtless, of awakening j can be risked. If Cuba were the destination grateful regard cube State. We
":? Irani a. Several Cossacks from Paris, stating that M. Poussin was about little in behalf bis .
Jt" were brought a sympathy persecuted the alarm given, as well by the course will at
to Pestb. Letters being recalled before his with the give us sincere pleasure to ainounce to arrangements b once
prisoners from Vienna of21st rupture of m
self he told the people that this odious our Government as the movement' of the
state on good authority, that Comorn United States Government, on account of his our readers, on the authority of the following :adventurers, has postponed indefinitely in payment of their claims. They have

would surrender. The cholera was violent Red Republican associations. There is no letter from Gen. Twiggs to ,Col. Spencer charge had been brought against him. Mr. ternal rising, to which this expedition any was to- dearly earned their small pittance,and

rw: at Trieste, 100 cases: on the 24th, and 47 fear of difficulty on that account.A which we find in the Jacksonville Republicanof C. perhaps believed that such a charge had be auxiliary. The failure oftbe cooperation h saved from the relentless hands of
'S ..: : fatal. despatch has been received at the State been made. lie have heard of it.
25th, that the of the Indian may expected, and the unusual vigilance and aug. l lator?, to whom they will many of
e' from 31 Rives the perpetrators
PAEIB. Department
-A rumor that purport un. however mented
Certainly we never did, from military of the Government
except power t to sacrifice their claims
the known.A murders at Indian River Creek at a heavy
intends and Peas
Pope to publish an address to the :, ,'! '
.. .. himself and believe there few prevent for a long time, good .
: are our any prospect l less the State will !
vessel among
arrived (
Government fully explaining his reasons for at New London, Con. have been given up by the Indians, and are of a successful revolution. promptly provide C

4. ,' granting such limited concessions. The I necticut, (rom Davis' Straits, which reports on now in the possession of Gen. Twiggs at readers whose ears it ever reached, from any then t that Cuba waa the object, the Supposing issue has payrne at.
French army remains in Rome. Secret So. the authority of the Indians that Sir JohnFranklin" other source. lie availed himself it as a been without doubt
; Tampa. We ardently hope that the favorable to strengthen the present The American Art-Union.
'. 0 pieties in Paris are trying to excite the work. is in Regent's Inlet, having been means of lashing himself into indignation Spanish hold the Island.
ing clases to strike, but as yet without icebound there for four years. omens Gen. T. draws from this uneipec upon Our readers are many of them
sue.cess. against the Democrats, and possibly awakenedsome The adventurers who were
laformation has been received at the Navy ted circumstance, maybe fully realized : ,accor with the character and objects of the
ding to the popular belief in the
sympathy in the minds of the enterprize,
It Is laid (hat Rothschild hat Department of the death of people.-
contracted fora Capt. Gwynn, of TAMPA, October 19 1849. which has been thus bafffed, are ration bearing tbe above name. It
Piedmontese loan, and undertaken to the frigate Constitution. The thunder as we have said is his. He is very badly
pay DEAR SIR : I reached Charlotte's Harboron treated in the public press. Desperadoesand warmly commended to the attention
: Austria its war Contribution. entitled to it. Let him monopolize it. If the
the 17th inst. -found vagabonds are the common epithets and : of the in
Bowlegs, Sam ronage public State
j. There has been some business done on the More Difficulties! with Foreign Govern. reasoning of the whig is correct and it attack which I 'eer
... Jones, and all the principal chiefs, and some organ a Lyncbburg we see copied into Tbe
I Union.
Bourse It i following
to Jay, and a trifling rise. Govern men/* be perceived paragraphs
the letter
by ex. fifty or sixty warriors. They had been IP is not for us to refute it, he mayneed all the the National Intelligence and other
respec. I
,- ment Fives closed 89,10 ; Shares, :50,15; ; and I tracted from the Baltimore Sun that Mr. table calls the main features of itsPLAN.
Clay. them
there for nine days, with three of the which he presses, in repeated ,
-} returns show increase in cashing two millions ton and the minister of Chili have murder. sympathy can awaken in his next passages
I come to .
. : I a ers, and the hand of lie fourth, who resisted pirates, and describes their enlerpiize as one
seven hundred thousand francs. At the canvass.
: Bank Notes I mitunderttanding. rate at which Mr. and was killed ; the fifth made his in of unmitigatel: plunder and piracy. Every subscriber of FetE I
in circulation escape
incrased and his President
.. ;'/ hundred thousand. eight millions five shaft Clayton soon be embroiled with are all the going on, we tbelwampl.: I have the three prisoners here. All hall, Pennsylvania! This is an unjust and ill chosen phrase.- member of the Art-Uniobfor the 3

of the civilized world. government I informed them of the great desire of the' The recent election in the old Key Stone The objects of such an expedition as this was is entitled to all its privileges'.
Every day almost President for them announced to be, have ofthe The thus obtained after
to West. none traits of money (
Another' u go They receiv.ed
.. Honest" Jan.-Oneofold Zack's brings a new Our State has resulted in the tt
I difficulty. rela.
t foreign triumphant success
the infamous
.. it much crime of
better and is
honest" Clerks in the Rochester, N. Y. Post tions are now in embarrassed than I expected, and they piracy, as appliedto cessary expenses,) applied
'' office observe an state with are to answer in December. If the Arkansas of the Democracy. They have elected their Americans is extremely offensive. We remember ftrrf.-To the of I
we has been arrested under France -
Spain, England Chili and puti
.. Accusation of being one oflbe M capable" and'L' I Indian tribes. The is delegation arrives, ''and acts in good faith, candidate for Canal Commissioner by some that a similar phrase was applied by costly ORIGINAL from an

: :t 44 faithful" letter pickers, who have recently Ir gusted with the blundering country becoming dis. I have strong! hopes'they, may. be got, off without 12,000 majority, and carried the Legislature the British Minister, Air. Fox, to the American can painting of which the plate
d imbecility
much trouble. v sympathizers, who said. the Institution and
: be ,
were to to
right belong
abstracted so much from : ''j organ.
money the mails be. bungling mistakes of this administration._ by about 20 majority on joint ballot. A Dem
tween I am yours, very'respectfully i expeditions on American territory to aid I solely for its benefit. Of this
Albany and Buffalo, as to Induce the had better all ,
They resign while they have ocratio Mayor has also been elected in Philadelphia rebellion !
'J1t 6 Express, a D.' E TWJGGS. a. in Canada. In an official letter ry member receives a copy for every
whig' edited
'i1 Pi! Whig !member-elect strong of the paper next, Congress by a any friends 'left.-Trenton Daily JYictr where the whigs have had the ascen to Mr. Webster, Secretary of State in 1841 I lars paid by bnicate5are MembWentiiled
.. to
.! ..,'.,.'' warn urn Administration something were My name is Ben -,sure I J live at GEORGIA-Town' majority for"Governoris dency for the (third of a century, and where I the he applied the epithet .* American pirates,"to I at liberty to ia1e from th

.. ; '; not speedily done to atop the disorder and pe. No. Bowery I do.. I keep a dep.po there ascertained to be 3,37.: In 1847. his ma. Gen. Taylor obtained last November ten thousand States supposed confederates from the United vings previous years. Whenever work!(
< in the Canadian revolt. it Extra or
,'. culationsin the Poet office, the people would for buck.wheat flour, apple-e&ss eggs and jority was 1287. In, the Legislature, the, majority I Verily, the days Taylorism Mr. Webster took this justify also'funlisbed, an to engraving member. Every
do strong exception to I
undoubtedly soon every
something disagreeable' 'butter. I do business hoop
-,', to the administration. By the way we observe I don't keep no clerks on at a my thousand own dollars, I do. Democratic majority on joint ballot ;ia 7.- are numbered. phrase, and gave Mr. Fox a prompt lecture ber also receives a full Annual Report

, .. e\ it mentioned as a matter ofgreat cOQgratula. year, to eat half the profits and steal a There is no U. S. Senator to bo elected from I upon the proprieties speech. lie informed I proceedings &c., of ihe Institution.Second. .
up the this EHIGB."TJoTher8 has arrived at the Mr. Fox, that to take arms fit out .-To purchase r** !
lion, that the mails rrh.ediIlPJWadeJll.ia rest, I don't. I keep books head Georgia year. up or expeditions th o
- my on my Staten Island from i
from the South, on two consecutive and safe In breeches quarantine ground, the from the United Slat intended to and SCULPTURE, STATtTES

t ,',. c the right time the like not bavogoccured days In at counter my o'liights my and when pocket I out; sleep in the on SOUND flocrsti &.-The Concord Free 2d April to the 1st October, one hundred and act against the dominions foreign nationsat IEUJ.L by native or resident! artist
; (
go man : There is in I sixty-three thousand one hundred and ninety peace with us, although breach of paintings and are'pubhc
Jf a long lime before. The bad lDanagment of morning ajid put on hat, house lit iu. says our opinion, scarce. our sculptures the
my ::1 till
my three *; being on an average of own municipal laws and the risk of all the at of the
I I the Philadelphia and Baltimore Poet offices is gled ; and when I've had breakfast ly any act more mean and contemptible than I passenger at the"gallery Ar.Union
): however still of much my mj eight hundred and ninety.six per day ; beingan consequences, forfeiting the protection ofIheir al meeting in December, w ben''they
a source complaint A. family's led far half a day If 'taint ihe taking of a for *
business Del. Uatcllc. take ; you r: newspaper( years, knd then I, increase of near 35,000 over the iamB own Government, after they had quitted LICLY DltTIRt'rO'DT LOT among f
men.- ht !
iiiong Knickerbocker
my : refusing (to for it. number of last its sbar
r pay days year. own jurisdiction, is not piracy in any sense; bers each member'


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fire dollars paid by liirn. Each member is swelled big with previoussuccesses T the '.- ------- -. I t if---_ ::: =_ .:-
try beat most destructive to all the moral beauties effect! t cure. I know of others who are this I _. -.1
U thus certain of receiving in return the val- 1 think not. A mounted force of at least two of.His crarJo A great reformation syrup and arereceivi Ig great ooiufit from taking its clean Jefferson' Co. Tax Collector's Sale I 1OD LATaoi,

tie of the five dollars paid, and may also re. thousand men is required to be distributed on been. achieved by voluntary association. It.isby inj- and healthful qualities. ., BY virtue of the iuihority Tlted| I lame by law, I
other work of of t the line with the if LAURA M. PRESCOTT. have levied u n'and; will ofTerlbr-aalebetcr. .
cctve a or art great infantry, even: a gim may these means the of % '
painting be fired. tbt great enterprises Concord I, March 29, 184S. lh. Court"JJou.door in the town of Monlictllo/oo : -
: value.i not t the age have advanced. Look around) CtJ-: Sold"by the sole Proprietor- ,. and their the f>r,f Monday jn February next, the following .. -.
: ,. wishing to Income subset ibcr?, The United States authorities are now en. us at the monumentsof. .arts, of-science, of pointed agent E. BRINLEJ/ CO.ap described properly fo Wltf"f- .', :
Tos do F. H.FUgg aged in establishing the cordon, and in a trial l literature, and public convenience which "Section St.pfT 8, R 8, N and E., bounded on,(he

\ .':' &old M orFallahacsec early by application for to Florida. : of diplomatic ski with the chief.Bowlegs for organizations. have filled the land.. Does a Sole.Agents LEWIS for o Tallahassee.AMES, West East by by Eldrtd the OciIIi Simkins River,.Nohb- .by' Gen. Bailey and BT TiloHAS; OWN.'CoVkijvok: or }' ibJ.

,' .,, E., Agent t t1w. the surrender murderers of the 12th and common assail us? find' .-- i tffHEREAS-jhi; Sniveiially that thrv '
enemy we
,,. -= ," -. J- Ten Leie upon .the prop'er- of Richard K. Call aaiitt
20th July last. is tolerably well known that I v is no sentiment more J. (baathat.wbjJprnmpt
I manifesting the soKJ for. State ,County taxes theft : a
itself'rrough MARRIED aD
Letter frojn .T&
: : dG
,. *"" mp' this'chief ha little influence in the tribe I ation numbers. patriot when = I I onfortbe7eul5.9. fis thankfully to.acknowledge
.S. :'':'..: ;' *The foilowJflg highly i interesting.letter bat.v' .. 1 to -which 'those murderers' belong. He told the British yoke gmtlledusand dar say ., bal: ?e Presbyterian Church .01 Tallahaw-e on ,. D'ANIEL' LINGO, i the favors which we have received, aud to blest the

.11: .'V'. ,.: be)'n,:TfCciv.eS.. from$, ;gentleman"long,and. intunaJely me lie bad none. That he wasto deliver them I polluted our soil for'the purpse..of.enforcjng minions( .lteififHN\ 4Qdaythe< 24th RiCEfcfoEl'22IE t i InstVbj I ( .I lh>,Rev. Wm. N.i. : October' Tar O7,Ass'r.1819.and Col.42.for JefTenon'3m : County. benefactor right.who to bottowa bltna'wib them"aha, ll, ernoiionsoI.Weclion surely l If it bmeet'and _-

on the-19th September last, and failed that heir ; BOGART. the (feeling of
;'- ,'.' : acquainted. tvith the l Indians their ; lyranou euctions o I( fight, daughter of the Rev. grtta. towards an earthly -
he has 'broken his word in benefactor much m bountfen
repeatedly duty u
tfimportancewithin.the battles of his' Nei.
,* matr: country on own hook, "! $25 Reward. .
We' for
"'feelings and prejudices.' hope many Christian people-a duty enforced* the '
last dictate\ *
.. o year. and yet our and would therefore refuse to band himself -, --- -- o
-- UNA WAY from the and the ot adore
?: sometime reason r
: precepts
i.larfvor the same quarter during people are told to back to their horn? that with others for mutual defence. O'BITUARY.Died subcibe .ligioq'ti an
,frc go .. Such a caarse during (he month February list a ne magnify the great and of our
'UI-,, I ihj) progress.of I e present difficulties : the Indians are friendly, and there is no dan. would have been the madness of folly! and its h Qiiincy, on the 10th in.tanf, CHARLES girl named SYLVIA, of dark'complexion tionaldomestic, and individual privileges..tBle s- '
I do not there is danger but I i about fly. i five feet, five or six inches high, thin lags which w'e socially enjoy a social ac-
.:i.:: TAMPA, Fi, Oct. 15,1840. ger. say say affected modesty for any one to say, I lave years;and REBECCA, about two years of : made, and has red reqnire .
She is mercies which ari T publicly bestowed -
t the Indians have yielded nothing, and their no influence add ae, chiUnn of Charles eyes .uppoe knowledgement;
; my name can strength and Mary D. G. around !
DA : Your favor of the 6th instant Sihey. and is demand a public expression pf praise. To
.. I received 13lR. the 12th by the hands of Col. position remains hostile to the whites. Un. m to any association ; therefore, I will wllofdil. These hteresting children, by a remarkable coin- city of evening among the liee neerow engage men in the proper discharge of this solemri
n der these I conceive that Gov. Her husbandwhen she left .
crcumstances idnce.sckened on the same day,exhibited almost was R. Hayward' boy duly, it hubeen long an established usage in Chris
Hutchlns.I Brown a in recalling the .What if the little rain should imultanoujly Of Henry, on I Ih? Treadwel place, and it I.i suppose! t ian communities to pet'apart stat d.'season for the
.. 'I:hare nor been connected in any way with State troops so soon, and the General Gov. So small a drop as I, say : successive intervals recovery and relapse at that she has got ,jet. more particular review bF tht mercies of our H n. j
.' the Indians since the burning of the store on ernment in not them into the service Can never refresh the thirsty fields- and duiing their protracted illness, The above reward will be paid for her apprehension enly Benefactor and a erroo"nsi'dcraUon ol the \
Peas Creek ; neither are opportunities to receiving Til in the sky ? Cnallj were struck down by the iron band of and delivery to William Johnsonon Lake Jackson returns that are due to him J
my of the United States. tarry .
death at V. V. SKREINE. Thel virtue of the in tested
nearly the at\hoitr me 1
information those of What if a shining beam of noon same moment. Together they foteh
tobtain correct so good October
20,13-19. I do
Yours 41
a trulv.THE the if and recommend THURSDAY the ,
.ome other persons : nevertheless report may YL Should__ u_ 'L in r its_ L'fountain_ .. _stay' Jet traisicnt. scenes of life, and band: in hand first.day of November, .next_ to be obstrved by th. ;
.' toot be quite as here when it ccause IU lecuie Jigiil aione 10.7 nurne to join their little voices in praise with Tax good pPpr hIt Stale as day.- l"btir Thanks !
wavering a Foa fLORIDIAjC 4. .JOURNAL. Could not create a day? the Collector's Sale. lr .
.. teaches So far Doth rain bel'P in Heaven. Through the progress of giving to Almighty God fur Ihe fruUs of the earth;
Talahana. a my judgment TO THE HON. WM. D. MOSELET, not each drop he'p to for their sickness,' thing that atTectioncould BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law, 1 and all the other blessings of His Merciful Provi !4
I have The cool refreshing shower, every do
"* f temed my duty, communicated Ex-Governor Florida or have levied upon and will expose (or sale Be dence. I'
to the Governor of the State, lo the of : And every ray of light to warm" smpatb could exact, was prforme to avert the fore the Court House door in the County Given under my hand and the Great t Seal- of(haSEAL.

:. : -.United-Slates, Agent, lo the Commissioner,of SIR :-The laws of the State authorize the And beautify the flower? .hal.that brought them to rbl ground; bat death on the first Monday in February next, th ofladion.olowin [ .] Statetbii'nlnth< day of ( r. A. D",OD. : :

.. '. ; and to oth.r in position in this sale cf intoxicating lquors but as an indemnity Social organizations, such as we alrroif claimld them for his prey and the bert of a tender the described land. or so much thereof ntist thousand eight hundred and forty-nine.

.1 : hdi.nf.i.( ld Congress all I knew about 'the1 .for.'l he.-injuries wropgs which grog. daily meet, are the moral Je\'er by which piblic mother and an affectionate father have been thusT The taxes S E due 4. Sec thereon IS, the.E4SW for the year I 1819, ,lo wit THOMAS JJROWN.! I
the October13IS4.
*.";..' Ihians;, : Not one vjf'the parties can -plead! shops inflict on communities, temporal and t sentiment and feeling ara controlled ;. 018 >rung with double pang. Wet might we exclaim N W lofSW 4, Sec l.al in T 2 Se1S.and. 9, be 40 "t. i

Ignorance, if they believed me,'of the -fact eternal, a. tax is levied. The vendor has to the temperance organizations among he .iri tiate archer Could not one suffice f They longing to Sylvester .. Protection Insurance Company of New Jersey; J I f

that tIle remnant i of Indians as a body-I do pay what is deemed by law an equivalent for nob jest and fairest forms in which the,pritcl-' pione grart.under the oldoale treejof.the. fam E4 The E J. S E 4. Sec 29, \I, S.W 4. anint' I, S CAPITAL $200.000. J .
'-, f Va the whlchtlie traffic involves, and then pJe,of individual responsibility and social n- iy'bur ing ground. ; ESW4 of 23. TlNR9ErM- I
not that there may hot be exceptions- wrong ) They were interred at a twi longing to the Southern Life Insuranee&Trust Fire and insurance. ::1
,. .* he ,is to scatter his liquid poison f flue nee has ever been exerted. No indiid- serene and Com- Mane
.1 have an implacable hatred of our white frontier permitted It. h'a beautiful a the angel spirits that pany JOHN PATTERSON, i

.: ,..- .- {inhal/riante that na kindness can eradidate; cundum arlem," as convenience or interest ual can rightfully withhold his own. from be were.wafted to Heaven and many a tear of i>Dipa- Tax ."!,'r. and Col. for Madison County.. Agents,LFISl. ,Fortda.. I ]

.;. \.tbat Uembodies t not only tho) most hostile spi.'I I may dictate; hu his calling and himself are common stock of social! influence. It Is le thy niogkd with the dew ,drop that fell' a'rouni I t. October 20. JS49. 41 3m October :, 1S49. 40 8mNbtibe .

:. rite of the'Seminole nation, but also the most not unfrequentlJ denounced a immoral and ta which the law of nature, the exactionrnf. tboe who accompanied to their hut resting i HEAD <
I civilization QUARTERS, 2o BRIGADE, IST Div. F. M. ;
: and. the law of
: -determined, best informed and warlike it wrong, unless with him and higher Go e. place. .
.. .. ; mands of him. What thou-rh he hid P. I QuIflcyOctober 10, IS,>9. months afteai : I will' ipplj to tb. .
embraces all the unconquerable love of country I his legal traffic is denounced the immorality never _. General Orders, No.2. THREE .
-- of f'lr.lhe
--- Probate
that was Jtf of the Seminoles' which no i of the law which expressly authorises him to an office, nor any legislative hal has bin Sons- '-of- U. 1ST. The, several Regiment of the 2d Brigade will erson for Judgje leave to sell 4 pat of. the ct!t,eitats of Jet

power can not even the immediate do so. I is idle to contend otherwise. The the theatre of his victory and triumph, yeas Temperance. review on their respective parade grounds for Thomas Stephens,aecr. j
{>ect of total destruction in instances.pros. argument falls in (the meshes of its own sophistry. a citizen he owes an influence, be it greabr Subordinate Divisions throughout the State and hereinafter, inspection, and dri, at the time and place ,- ? 1 H. GADSDEJf.,
many has do small, to the good of The social J Representatives to the Grand Division Gnardian of.the children bl said ThomasStephens 1
To reduce such men with such prejudices, i A man a right to what he is society. i- are hereby Fifth Regiment, in Quincy, December Sth. II

tho'ugh a handful jn number, t a sum of dol.! authorized to do by law ; and if he is to be stitutions which are scattered through the I dare notified that the -nnuf Meeting of the Grand Sixth Regiment,in Talaha"sEeIeclmber l!t. I Jefferson.County,Sept 22. 1S4 9. 37, deceased.2am3m

3ari) hhfl'cenrt: h now the object' of the Gen. censured, it follows of necessity that the authority the real centres of power, the true foi- Divinon of the State of Florida,will be held in Tal seventh Regiment, 21h. _

'cral Government. under which he act is alike censura. tains of light, and are destined to bringhbt lahassee, eommeneing Wednesday mirning December 1t 20th Battalion November., Eighth' Regiment' at Madison. C. H., CITY HOTEL, ii

,I .. The well knoivn facts that we and these In. ble. But let.this pass. The evil is upon us, results more lovely and sublime than philopby 3M, at 10 o'clock. Representatives are re- 2d Battalion, Eighth Regiment, at Jasper, 17th.. No- :

'dians cannot.live side by side in peace ; that i is legalized, and the broad and withering has ever sketched, than eloquence or p. luested to be punctual! at the hour. Several address vember. : -

.. fte roptfrty of this section Florida, in con. stream of intemperance is rolling its burning t try has ever colored. Sir,16t every nn es may b expected during the Sessions of the.Grand Battalion November attached to Sixth Regiment in Neport. \: -

sequence, Depends upon their removal ; that waters over the land. The Christian and I realise the dignity of his position. Let hi 'Division, and i i is hoped that the friends of Temper ., 2d. The commissioned 27th. and 1- :-. .

the collecting together of the Indian tribes in philanthropist have asked, can nothing be done tremble at the thought that he is useless& ante will rally in their strength on that occasion for cers will aemblt
,one body in the West, where they can longestmaintain II to mitigate. e\'il, if not to dry up its poison. others ; that be is endowed with no beni. a moral demonstration in favor of the great and no- respective Regiment the day parade before the review at :, THE Subscriber has taken charge of this well

their integrity independent na. ed source 1 answer comes up from ten cent power. The works of creation hz* .We caose inw, hich we are engaged. 10 o'clock. ., armed and equipped according to establishment,. ana will ao all in hit .
a law, for Cotter to give l satisfaction. Hi.
lions, is good policy, and alike creditable to I t thousand sources, There can." An antidoteso inteJgenc of design, and .all .eiperieu 1, ,.. order. of"the Grand Worthy Patrarch.I 3d. dri and instruction. be formed and his grei wi be as follows: rle. aniL'ash

humanity, and their native rights; therefore I simple and easy to understand and practicethat proves us that as matter acts on mater,) JOSHUA PHELPS, Acting Grand Scribe. at half past regimtntallne o'cok. wi. precisely i for path separate tel, -. 5 t cts.
the child not err therein, is will mind on mind. What is's I I 23 4th. The board pet $1\ ..
their.pruper position is West, because the Indians I may suggestedand ilty if gl ''int can be ruled by the General ''Government adopted. I is the antidote of total absti. forms but an illustration of the principles* parade groun of the several Regiments of the. 2d .. do.do. perwe week k,.with- -* .7 50
13. Brigade.5th. ,
The per 9 00
. best in large communities and at less ex. nence. The principle is tdopfed, so efficient social power ? What are all the irulitutia! Annual Examination of the students inFleIcher .. The commanding ofEwn of .. t do. per month,without lodging, 15 00with 4

pense. We desire their removal out of the in its operations that thousands unite in \01. : of society, families themselves included, 1 Intiute'yj commence on Tuesday, the charged with the extension< of this order.Regiments. are t. do. *' 'lodging25. 0

limits of the State and this desire swallows up untary association for the purpose commend. : memorial of the importance of social rga 2yth. November next, and continue four da's.P. Bj order! of A. K. AL LISON.Brig. Gen. Com'g.- do. \abs.pbteroml

i. every other consideration that can possibly be ing it to the practice and favorable regard of I ization ? How is'it that religion, the glad 1 1I P. SMITH, 1. H. VERDIER, Adjutant. Geneial. .fires. and dav'fires,. -_ :S 00 v
October ner
connected with it.Ve have no desire for all. But here in the face of its highly suc. I dings salvation announced by angels to t _ _ President Board Trustees.Nevr 20,1S19. 41 7t Horse at livery, -day,- ; 75 n ,;;- I

the destruction of the Indians, and so long cessful operation, we are met by objections. shepherds' of Israel, is propagated ? .Jti I -- -- --- I IA I per per week. 3 SO .' t

AVC :Iee even a faint of iheir removal a One is freeman, and will submit to no such ., by social organization Missionary Societ!; .. Store and New Goods. LL take Notice, M per month, .- 12 50 U
hop of his natural have formed themselves and in the I sub.cribers have persons are warned against any deal- transient must pay weekly and tran-
without we will But there infringement rights. Another spirit o THE rented t the store formerly jogs with havihC AI persons ,
frce. ffd. the animal of i defensive benevolence have the liera"of ) by Mr. McDonpal' I, o"f one Thomas signs hi, persons without. baggage mul pay In adYDce. In.
the sent
js a pint beyond which we cannot be satis. regards as one good crea. l Mr.f t three doors below Mr. adjiniDg tha name BloUnt! Smith who ha! been in my service for JOHN W. EDGE, _
rfied, that point is the point of starvation. I tures of God, and intended to minister to hiscomforts the cross to the ends of the world! a" pen Kngh a fe'\das a General Stock will two months! he is entirely! destitute of character October'I 6, 1849. 39 Proprieor. I
of Goods
'\'e see that now staring us in the face. Not. ; while another thinks, if he fails to planted the standard of Emanuel in the mit I of Dry Goods Silk Goods, Fancy ditto,, Hat consisting conranly seeking out opportunities to dei\f anJ ) I

withstanding the apparent peaceful state of'I I practice the principle of total abstinence, an of superstition and darkness. Bible: Societ: and Cap, B.K>ts :and Shoes,Clot hin.Saddlery,Groceries baseness., Said in short Smith prepared is about to txecbte any and all MRS. DEMILLY- : I _
that union with a society have been effective in stamping on the nit Hardware, Woodware, and which : twenty.thrre ,ear of t tu
things evicts the : Tin\arf
at country is in wou1 hardly) pro. age.about five feetfive or six l inches hiehliK'ht hair,
prelent the end and thus teenth the character of the Pcntio they wi offer tor sale on the most: reasonable terms and i.a
precisely the same (position it was compelled I mole run objection after century (or.a.h country produce. light blue-eyes.! He has gone in the direction ',

to. assume immediately after the objection "ad infinilum.' ; age, while Tract Societies have sent foi, By close attention to business, and the low ( Manana. ,Jackon. : County." '" -- ... .. ..
.he Indians have promised outbreak-j To the first objection, it i Is sufficient to reply : their winged messengers of lore, of truth, a at which they offer their ft
I. ,thing, that insures to the isolated! impu. that the association is one of voluntary ac. I eloquence. The.rld is fled with the e share of. .public patronage. pztronage she has formerly, ana for a con
. I tion and is ; dence of! effort and i BUTLER fc DE nf. P. P. LEWIS, .. tinuance of the same she can confidently say that for -
certainly ,
trom their It is true the Chief compatible with the oil il
.lir) ,veagence. 1 N. B. They are prepared to make Iiherat advlce: strict attention will
SOJJHQZ?!! ZJQTHSTj the season unusually
Iloulcgs met the authorities at the appointedtime largest possible liberty of a proper character. denies its necenitJ. : en COTTON.shipped to their friends; in New York. cOring to her business. Her table shall not be sur b
his location from given
in but Natural right in the abstract is Sir, was to be preach October 27, 1S49. 42 HAVING determined to change
September, no satisfaction was I' incompatible Ga..to Tallahassee, Fla., would passedbyany of this place. Hunters will b continually -
rendered for the unprovoked and bloody at. with civil liberty, and at war with the genius it was ordered to be preached first in Jer I respectfully tender\ his professional services to the employed during the winter for wild II -

irocities committed by the Indians on Indian I I of all government. The laws which go\er I IU. I lem, the seat learning, intelligence, and rfinement. New Goods. citizens of this and the surrounding country. He game of the forest and for the feathered fowl of the

Hirer and Peas Creek. A .* and all civilized nations, are abridgementsof I May not the fri-nd" of temperan TTjST received! by Geonc; H. Me inniss, an assortJ wi visit Monticello, Madison, and Thornasville, lake?. < _
fri'oJos excuse .t.f FALL AND WINTER GOODS, will be to his Her rates of charges for board and boar and lodging
that merit where he prepared practice pro.
To the
natural the hope of total abstmen
vat mode, 0&tiotliercompulsory month was right. extent that society principles cing alinot every article that is wanted i in lmbra-j fession in all its various branches.hoping liom many i per 'day, week month or year, shall h satiafactory
granted for delivery of the murderers. In I has become organised and lost sight of its orig will be illustrated and enforced by those occ ketO,which will be sold at the lowest prices. The'pblic experience in the science to be able to give entire to her patrOn .. _
the meantime the returned settlers Indian inal chaos, and to the extent that wholesomelaws I pying the highest seats o honor known to r are requested to call and examine them before years satisfaction. All operations will be warranted. A stable, with a good ostler, is tt'be. I -_ _
Ricer hare I been again driven of and their have been enacted for its better protection : publican freemen ? May they not hope th GEO. H. MEINISS. Ladies waited on at their residence. September 29,1S49. 3$ si J -
houses and to the the first spirits of literature and '6clolr :.>1, IS'( 42 f"muDrs. D. A. Brandon. W.Preston, -
burned ; Jernigan has been fired on, government, same extent has inteliigen c: Thumasville. tt Now OpetLifl"T
S. S. Adam, J. H.Hill, Rev. P. P. Smith -
find.his horse stolen by the Indians and In. natural right been restricted. This is necessary I will lead forward in this grand enterprise 1- Ladies' Shoes. ADIES* latest style black Silk "VWts: 'black and! -

.. o oldie Indian lines. Does this state of I is the first and most important element in the never mingle with wine. Let not JterurU rUST Ladies received Kid per Slipper Brig Lucy.f House.Ocj dered Swiss party dresses,superior embroidered colored : -

sirs on the par of the Indians to be at I some rights which Temperance Societies do i ness. Philip, of Macedon, when debauche Village Ties, October 13,1349. 40 6m rich bonne Ribbons silk ,Buttons black ,and black mourning Gimp, bnuf .;
peace R bbo ,
with usf i. think not. abridge, and which are not infringed by our appealed to Philip when sober ; yet he w; Enamelled Ties. &.C-.' tr.. Notice. trimming. fancy.KIDOOHS.__ _

Th chief Bowlegs .teld (the authorities that t civil laws. For instance, there are "m J. angry when the satelites of Arschines an .r27,1949. GEORGE 42 H. MEINNJS. T. TAYLOR is my authorized Agent JUt received per schooner vintlni (from J<>ew J

tie not like the horse troops, but be cared I hole privileges"o1en enjoyed by the inebriate, Philocrates commended his capacities f ,'1' WILLIAM my. absence from the Stat". Yorkand for sale by S. F. BUR"EY.

nothing aboct the 4'cfkjitry. The removal of which is denied to the Son Temperance. I drinking, because he said they praised.in hitl BAGGING, ROPE,AND TWINE just received' P. B. WOOTEN. September 29,1S49. 38
j .
the mounted Iroope fr in the frontier ,'a de- He fs denied the right to convert himself into the qualities of a sponge, and pot those I 27, 1540. GEORGE H. MEINNIS ?. October 13, 194L 40 I BAGGING Ps.t ROIEJust: received.
creed, and loot volunteers be taken into sere a walking demijohn, and thus to disgrace him. king. May the learned and distinguishedx L..p-_' _.JLj_ Cotton.Undersigned 1<( Coils afgng: 0h

iiceif.ny "'er required. The command. self and pollute the atmosphere with his nox- our land come nobly forward with their infu.- IN l'LUI just received per Briir Lucy is fully prepared , iig-Ge.neral wants horse, if any. Here is ani..ue I ious exhalations. He is denied the right to ence for the suppression of the great \' BUR GEORGE H. NEG1NNISS.October THE advances on now COTTON consigned to his A Ml supply of the above article' wi. ba bpiconstanty ,

between the General Go\'erment, aitd I render the night hideous with b. bacchanal intemperance. Then may we expect to see 27, 1949. 42 4t friend in New York. S. F. BURNEY. on hand during the season S. S. KNIGHT. .

she very .source (EQm which it derives it in. songs and inebriate orgies, and disfigure the the masses uniting in the glorious work of re. Select School for Young Ladies. October 6, 18-( 3! Tallahassee., Sept- t:. 1S4). 36

(orm& beautiful image of his maker by the destroy. deeming the world from a bondage more grinding \ SELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES Wanted.SHOO New Fall and Winter Goods.

co not -n ertde t(justify the abstract ing spirit. All such rights a these are denied than Papal despotism-more deadly than I. will be opened in Quincy on the first MondayJanuary UNDERSIGNEDinform3b15CUSt0mand
right civilized o disinherit the him. But on the other hand there are rights thai fatal Upas. QUINCY. { next, by Mrs. CAROLINE LEE PHELPS, BALES COTTON, by the subciber. THE
. 'lt savage Miss ELECTA LEE HUBBARD. The for which the highest market price public gtnerally. that he has. agents of experience -
but without casing more, the practc of all 1 conferred to which many oftbem were before scool assted will by be under the dim ectiou and supervision of wilt be paid. 'S. F. BURNEY. and capacity; in the cities of New York

nations ia all ages, sanctions it when strangers: the right( to reinstate; reason on her There is nothing like notoriety in tbs I subscriber who will give instruction in the Lan"ures October. J 1S49.- 3! 'I and Boston, for the purchase bf goods suited to this t i

I both parties are to be: betiefitted by the change, deserted throne ; to re-clothe the moral and world. Wear a hat without a rim, or a and the higher branches of the English. In market ; and that be wi, in a few days, be receiv. I Iwinrer 'I'

! .as ia Uu large
the School, Km- a
i adcfiitlMig i t j possible
f: f: Goe to remove, and that Congress will I I (o the dignity of a freeman. But to the se. or other for notoriety, and if you don't get to the great object in establishment. of the 3Dmetics., 4do.- AND INDIA GOODS, embrabing eVery artide,Ita. : !'

t tiling to grant a sum that at the first sigh: cond objection, 'the good creature of Go." Congress or some other place of worship, we to elevate the standard of female eduction.an iti for sale byOctober pIe or fancy, Bsuallv sold In this market. The fa.

. woud.tager I b imagination. of the boldest t Argument is hardly necessary to are much mistaken. satisfy the just expectation of those who may G, is.! 3( S. S. KN.GHT. cilities which he now possesses desirable for keeping on band
of and goods enatiles
constant supply new
shaH make
the students a
t projector, to 1 must be a limit to the amount. Who is to of claim of that character. The Bible TALLAHASSEE COTTOX MAHKHT. Oct. in,I JOSHUA PHELPS. friendand the public! 6bltilprers and assortment; fl

I name (the mm ? it the Indians who have I is filled with eloquent warning and remonstrance tuinty, October 27, 1 49"2 4t JUST RECEIVED per brig Ann Eliza opened, than heretofore. Thes. wib attention lo business j :
I 27-Prices range from 8! to 9 cent according I" ready for inspection, at the store of S. FtnUItNBV. he hopes will for.bim liberal share '
already sold I he country by the treaty of against use. Drunkenness is denounced I I The Ladies of the city and county of orders promptly executid and t 1
I. Payne's. Landing, or is it the United States throughout as a souKdestroying sin ; to quality. For Sale, will do well to call and tee the Goods below patronage.effort ma.l to give satisfaction. The undersigned l
and if it is answered that p _. ___ ._- LIKELY AND VALUABLE NEGROES tised.Printed. every t !
who finds .I the money)' Y'e think that Congress .. drunkenness is an : (0' Will also! p rchasecottc'it or make liberal '
limit the '. Suppose the mo. abuse of the good creature, and ( not, there. Receipts of Cotton and Tobacco l; ben, boys, women and children women and de Laine jSuperior tong taWJ, advances shipments' to his friends io New York. f,
.i amon i ;t". Call and see a the store of. : Fiured Cashmere Tread Edgings and Laces, ,S. S.F.BURNEY. l
is the offer of made the fore, an argument against the use of At i Rail Road for week 5 '
ney appropriated, i to strong Depot ending Friday October ': S. S. KNIGHT. Oriental, Ladies Black and White September 15. 18W : i .:
J; ulians, and that, offer rejected, which there drink, then it is conclusive to reply that the 26 : October 27, 1S19. 42 I Brocade Alpacas, Silk Gloves 3.

S... js reason to believe it will be by at least one. admonition couples with it an entire disuse of Bales Cotton, -- 656 I Supr French Bombazine, : Ladied col'd Lisle] Gloves, Eduoatibn. f \

third of the IndIans no matter what the am. the article. Wine is a mocker, strong drink Lea Tobacco (cases,) '303 Extensive Sale of Land and Slaves. i' Black Bareges. > dd sup col'd kid d"SpunsikcamllanColor. THE citizens of Tallahassee md vicinity arc ret- t _
Linen Cambric
cf decree of the Honorable Court of ) ( trdkf informed that eiercisei pf.th* '
virtue a :
mint may It is distinctly understood ,that iiraging"; "Look not upon the wine whenit Tallahassee, Oct. 27, 19&! : BY Chancery for Madison County State of Florida, {
the Indians are to be removed, peaceably i if is red, when its giveth its color in the cup H__ _, the'subscriber will offer;for sale,at public outcry, in Black Grode Rhine, j Satin da Ihe Rev. Nut will be resumed Mon; I

they can, forcibly if they must. Now does it't when it movelh itself aright, for at last it biteth Further the town of ladin. on Tuesday,', I the first day of, Jaconet Cambrics, Bonnet do day, the 1st .October. Terms as osual. -,
like and like Evdenct and valuable Swiss Muslin, Black Silk .. sessioh bf the Leon Female A iejxi'-
em reasonable to you, when you see the t a serpent stingeth an adder ; January n large plantation Doted > Vset" The next '
nol position the Indians have assumed their bos.. and thus might be multiplied evidence after AS TO THE CORESEFFECTED lately occa>ied by Col. S. H. Butler deceased, containing Plin. .- under the i instruction of Mrs. E.A.NIII.will com; .
IJY DR. CONCENTRATED abitit three thousand acres of rate Land. Ocober 6,1S-19. 3! mence the 1st Monday in .
tile acts of defiance, their actual seizure and I evidence of the Divine disapprobation of its SYRUP CORBES. I Th!. nlaiiation i is situated about frt East offioi Tallahassfee.Sept. Ib, 1h9. 36-< w. .. -

hostile occupation of a large portion of Eat t use. Shun all appearance of evil" is sweep Perhaps not in the record of time has any prepiralion ; : ; -- River, is remarkably healthy, has good Fresh Gro ,

Florida outside of(heir limits, the perilous po. ing in its command, and none wi he found so of remedial agents been brought befome the wells of water a handsome Dwelling House andirrounds.'ornamented 20 DARREL GE&NESEE FLOUR; -. NEW GOODS; : _

aition_ __ of u or.n.frontier_. inhabitants______. __,. _ktarvntinnand __. nu.u hardy as to assert that the of alcoholic world, which has prove such a blessing In -ring with Orange, Fig, and Pome- do do : 1 1 -
and from the granite trees and an extensive vineyard. The out 30 do St. Luis dd JAMES B. GAMBZiZlTS
stimulants! has not from time immemorial humanity aed many.thousands
an staring them in the face, the '
enemy ag. fled numerous and in ( Thereare 10 keg ;
ye thorough repair. AnnEliia
has receiving by the Ct
as houte .
ricukural interests totally ruined, the stock in. ihe world with evil. Al history and ex. crave DR. CORBRTPS CONCENTRATED SYRUP OF I aboiLne thousand acres of cleared land on Ihe 3 boxes do Cheese, JL Suwannee, Sc.c.. &c., a ViDcen.rlucrbtJ'1 l'
crest ditto, cooped up in unhealthy numbers perlence attest the Governments and SARSAPAR1LLA. I tract tie whole under good fencing. The plantation sacks Java; Laguira, and Rio Coffee, winter ( which he i invite's his !1! and ( .

in .mal for the people struggling to main. individuals have been alike corrupted and destroyed Introduced into the system in minute quantities, command. an extensive and unsutpassed range 5 boxes Loaf Sugar the Ccol.examine. ,A few galrot of il.t eld .

tin a teDce, with no for the by its agency. The criminal calen. it occasions no offence as to the drenching. S rsapa- ; Co Cat de and Hog, and is capable of being euiydivideinto 10 bbls.do No.Crushed i and and.rowdertd 2 Mackerel do. French Brandy yet Unsold.September f { ,
mee pro'pec three or more smaller tract Tfrml- -
of the
rilla day .
future bu in Indian promises not yet given, den of our courts justice abound with crimes corrects all diseases of the Stomach,. Dyspepsia ceirsof and two years, notes to be wen se-. 6 i do do do flo l 2.1949. L.J
and the snail.like movements of regular foot and high misdemeanors induced dirrcty. by I, &c and their attendant evil-Constipation, 011 6 4 do do do do : NEW GOODS: : ;
troop under the direction of a vacillating and intoxicating drinks. Our court on the Dowels. It di'pelncidiry,remores"all obstructions 'At nesame tim* and place, the subscriber will 20 boxes smoked HtrrJnes, &: .' JTERSEYS; Lin.eys{ Blankelf. r
to executed after the all occasions exhibits scenes of con. of the Liver, su! dues cutaneous derangement t. offer for sale SIXTY LIKELY SLAVES consisting 4. bakel. fresh Olive 011} .:.. ...... J\.Marinerm: Plahls0hSburg. Bleached =I[
policy i
wavering b op. populiI which would be irreverent and goes black to the first great cause of disease,by of valuable field.han'cls and hoflse( BertanU. Terms, 10 bXC Sperm C 1 : .' Shirt ing and Sheetings Fancy Cashmefs, Irish Linen {.
portunity has pas; say, is it not right that immorality i (CLEANSING THE IMPURE FOUNTAINS.OF. credit of telveo'nths, notes to be well secured.(. 10 Star Candles, ,Alpacas, ,uofted Satinets and 1.
we should expect, the General Governmentis to ascribe to the agency of "one of THE BLOOD.<# ; 1 n 'fKe'titles to the whole of Ihe above property are :barrels ullrCraFket; ( Jo>t rf eive 101t'y How opening,pet1 ichr.Twecd !Ifrom i

the arbitrator of the fate of the Indians, and the good creatures of God." Who has failed It is recommended by the ables.Phystiani"in the 'd .' utble. R.J.MAU .( do No War.r, ., ._. 'N-w | and for nIl by" Vicent> 1_ _
boxes 1
every consideration urge them to be removed to witness the impious condnct of the reeling country' and used in their practice.Reao J--"-* Commissioner and Receiver...' 4'Hyson Skin.Soap and Ganptnf. 2er Teas 8!flbc 2?.i 349. .3& 'g. F. BURNTT.Potatoes 'f t
I the testimony of one' relieved by this medicine Hyson.
speedily that that should be bacchanal as he steps forward partially bereft Maderia *.; : .
Government pre. Ocf6ber274S4943 'I Wine Sicily ) "
able Dr.Vm. M.1
pared to enforce their demands when they of reason, and proclaims himself with hitter \ ,. as FrescoI.presented! by th an dirtinguuhed. 3 .-,., *..The Florida. .Sentinel, Macon Telegraph. SaivannahTtepublican !Ale, St. Croix Ruin : : Onions, I {

make them oaths, *the very best man that ever trod on This may certify,.that I have for several' -V years ;Charleston Courier, and Jacksonville New' England Jo American Gin. .'' .. 10 BARRELS r crate Onions Irish Potatoes., .

It seems that a of military has sole leather;"-now letting slip the dulcet been troubled with Dyspepsia,Scrofulous Affections, Republican, ti pilbH-h this once Office.a week.for 10 hairels M best Cumberland Cigars. Whiskey '.,. h- : sacks ; Salt Just fecelted' and for"sile
and ( bills to 10
co pta & even from infancy By Ihe'recommendation eight.weeks: : : 1j'ttpl
been resolved upon, extend from an. : acclamation t f muscle to the bone ; half General Debility of father, Dr.Wm..*Prescott, t Just receive and for sale by ', S F. BURNEY.

tttce to Indian River, the posts to be to n miles : horse, mixed slightly with the alligator and formerly of Lynn, Mass-t my and now of Conccrd, N.' II-t: Horses 'and 'ihl s from kentuck 39 S S. KNIGHT; September 1S 49. _

and bn turtle and then bellowing like the trial of COt Shakers'Sarsap.rilLa : subscriber will b* ,
apart, to garrisoned by about in. snapping I wa induced to make bel' BAGGINI For Sale:
fantry each. So far 10 mad bull and plunging the wea'pons.or death : \ Syrup. I have'taken or three baitlies ofiperiorlIORSESand MULES 6 nnn YARDS GUNNY
ao ,
In. ii LOt
OiUUU Dundee2,00d ll C HOUSE AND
pro\'idd and 30th of this month. 2,000 yards formerly ;
wlircli} foond relief- My the 25th oreu
from' Shave great
hills wait unti it is done. I foce suffi.cinlT into tbfl person of his adversary ? Scenes andfstrengfh.luve very much tnroted, and JTHE hii FWida friends that they mere '/>ro U Sea Uland ma. JL 'pif 4 by Jud e Broomekyiaf, thdi'i -

Is a force capable, even with the like this are almost daily induced by this great heath I all,who are,troubled ,fir /(In1ia'r complaintr -- tlit ',ti/otio'n' 'I.nk. ;.- iOCflbs. Bagging T\*Int. H.Amtin |>rof t"y-a verydesirible re, dnet: '-
.Almost! .exertion, to Btrike terror into tie enemy to God and Ms moral government.FarJfrouJ .- ,to try tbs \altYabeme ic1ne. I. \a. JOHN II. TOMFKINS. j/d/ re rl\J per b Suwannec. ana for! 'e hv" For term.c .HJ-ply. C. LEWIS..

'of,*bold and' rc' Seminole warrior whose hear. fcewga good efcalure( fort certainly king this fnrjvantf f fcd)confident i i wilt, ultimatelyr* *? dcto'ivi2fi,1St.. '... '41 3l October. 6, 1519. 3: S. F. CUK.NET. cpt. ltp.1 3 IIIr

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!j, RAYS tgat btIcrtiSChltCflt. .u1..s uPj CTCRI.G COJIIPIXYoLTDN'5 A rwa ty lt. *ai* of cr 1fr kit rflpn-4 wttii a y.

ilViSfcIlcncoiig."r --- ------ --- ot tfc* at(5.. I'. Tww..a&s. a t, sa
I =:_ ,a .z.ip..nlia, w.ch tij 1 Lw.T..udse.mlasi:1
Middle Circuit of Florida. GEO.
p F-cc" fAC JiiO'I Pt. SAVANNAH, : GFLLV1. Ov.cat ete. ThsTow.,,

Leon County Circuit Court.-In Chwwrrg. REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between : a,d.w. tad .eer wa,. but .s npiuty a ..,t.v.fOdIdi .
:'i I WOULDN'T, WOULD YOU ? ,ea..J.,a.4 &e Ilk'. Yet hi a. M d sD,
MAf Tn \cnrrit. r JAMES D.TrtADE-J X New Yoik and St Marks and Newport still g.thi
A>NA %
-I I c4a't (iC """" **r girt with a bonit, Ir of ike fall trade } pnrp..i (r1a1i: etLi ,r wa* IS i. I0. TMa ks i ct -
Ti-1Lfl WELL, Administrator ol William Tradewell.TT &NJ commence running at the opening ,
:. Tfc t c* > jfn d4Iiu whwi f irt it wts new, iiz I, pb:* as b s aM ruabts. ua.
and continne thronsboot the entire :
appearinr to the Coutl en the aSjJjrii cf conJ jear GtJTUIA'I ORIOJJfJlL OZ.Olif.Jae.j6Tew.wxl-., .

: C TW lw JH-W'** den 15 m fnml l of it jut" a* it grew; plainanlV Solicitcr, that the defendant in llief \VAKCALLA- J"-eUn, Master, ,iinht*. baring oo U ti CM DT*. Us.u.kU unity> cou tl

I' r*Unl( eive math for this female rrFi1i-a1 abe jtate.1 caue doe not reside in Floridi. bat in OCILLA, Trim do. wa'., s.d bit ,tn uir, acra tit* e. a of nw*.

Would you ? the Stated t oulh Carolfna: It it Ordered, That the'nd LUCY, Hosncr, do. FriIgg_ Of tt. iz.v.s.--s4.vr.rk C f.
< df(fend r.t appear and answer the ccmtaiflant'5bill SU1VAXXEE, Clark, do. (new)
;. | %r. iaVt cive taoch fur f rman who pranc*?, on rr belf re the lust day of December next,ct* t t .d.5 \VAC1SSA, Perry, do. (new.)

1 r.eadjal the tborinizhfarn limuxb; er.1e the same inzy be taken pro fonfctto. .Indit These Bri? arebnil< in the most substantial man

0..:; Giri.. iuki t tk cbrk.or die am.rc.I glaaee is Ivrlltr Ordtrrd. That thi notice be pubi! >hcd in ner expressly for this trade, and are commanded l by

.:.. j. rugh to turn Her ejrt i.U a ketvtpive it3n' 't a ier rrintw! i in the Middle Circuit of careful and experienced Captain Freight and pas

1 il4s1Ifl izmcb f.ir t'-i* (ime- Florida fur (vur months a* prcciibedbvl. sage at the lowest rates. Aeer.t*-
lifci --: *==rV = i ANDERSON t CO.. *
THOMAS CALTZELL, Judge. =.1 Pr&j
,' 10 Beater! street New York.
.4 July lMn.l4! .
J 4 53 p;Uo Ihc above, a Idj test t1e(uflawia; .\ ttneco;>v. Attts! : I). McRAF.N'V, a -tk. ? ; JOHN DENHAM.JIcNAUGHT -

,% ,. foltcIW: IJJ : July 21,1M3 L --2S Ty J. K. KrE.s.D C. &; OR.MONT,

li i-r Newport Aognst 12, 1S4S. 4
: 1 J trtaUa't give much Lt a chap who' his "gone it* In Middle Judicial Circuit of Fbrida.Gaihdrn I 1 ,

t TTO fc** taa erm cent cf hit legacy through.YVTw To Fall Term .549. Florida Land Sales.
i< '" =
County. ff = -v sr v'"s
r 'e cindering chin bs a hag goatee oa it, .
Thil ta jM (!on upon it just as it grew ; Robert L. namjwlO Suit by attachineil for the >-, Ip-Jef -: y --fifcPjfeM'il \ 'I T \7"LL! be ottered at Auction numerous tracts of r i

,. I ;c1i'1gire much for tbu 1tflu- GAY'SEXTRACT rs. > sum of S'JOl* vO.TIzekiah ? r :: \ i valuable Land, at the places and time following I \ st -

% 4 Would ou ? Smith. ) Bond in 1filX.rpllE I gg gSHrs rt ,viz : t A2M$

OF CASCHALAGUA defendant! and all other person" interested, t P-riT ry.-,SBr -ryf__ -.-.---- -- At Pensacola on the 4Th Dececber next.
: I give orach for a chap with 3 colhrIn _l. are hereby notified of the itutiono'lhe* above Million, Santa Ro' a County, on the Cth Dcc'r.I

lb&i'amade eland tip alrotft orer his ear?; A CAI.IFOHX1A PL.tNT OF H\KC suit b> attarhinent, and are required to 41'i'lt and Dichreanna, U'allon Co., on the 10th OLD) DR.) JACOIi TOWXSEXD
Wt we ri tthite kid e that cost over dollar, "
gio a 1ZlIC.tIi VIltTL'1. :led to ll-e ilecUration f1ed tt-ere's within the Roach Bluff, Washington Count;, on the ,
'U D424t&t*htbtg-toctfle1fligh .ftheahezs.; \ hand aud for sale BURR STOXF:5r 13th December. TIIBOCIGIXAL IrtrHXJVEREKorTUE
I'REVCXTIVE AND COC FOR time i:re cnbed b' Uw. Hated Jj'ITn-, Is-lJ. YILL kep''' m 1
I wwsldat five etncn lor tLis feiiow! A CERTAIN IVW. WH11E, PitL' .ity.July1 ftoni ia inches to 7 feet,and we jude it snOiciea At Marianna, Jacl'on County, on the lj h Deer (;'ecninc Tovrnscnd Snrsaparilla.

.l., Would yoo ? Fcvtr and .1z <, Con uirptiont Coti1.s, CM,, t 1 1l9 2*. recomtaer.dation to say 1000 set of the-.e Lott Milt*. Lalhonn Co., oo the 17th 01 Dr Tawtner.d b now atxnt"9 rntn of'**. .4 ha Wxen
i Inftutnri.itlma.. Kronchiti*. Fcrojula, (;out, stoitf rnv r been sold in the State of Georgia, Ab- Quincy, Gad Ien County, on the 19th kn
Ttcaitnfnt Jlkeumnntia, \* nrazia, Erjpdas, Lvmlago, barii.; North and South Carolina, and Virginia* eiv- Tallaha'" f, Leon County, on the 2-2d ORIOI.V.II. ror.v.mAV# S.s ittieqa ii..
Pine Rest
.r Lands.- oflhrm.It .- paraliffu.Ptiuiify. 'rntMdtct, Dytptpua, Cw- State of Florida.--Monroe County 2laror.t perfect satislaction for both Corn and '. Moniicello, Jefferson Co", on the 2Tlh 1-1.* Ceio; po-". be w&sCnrrPlied i.>lueit it* s
formers *hich tcea 1 il b% brra krpc IKII ef nntrkct. *i dMB the st.j
is the prevailing opinion among 1irtn. /'j/rs, /) ttatny, J>riW l**
that tb J pine leaf or str.& '. is deleterious! tnJaai plaint*. Billion* Comptaiitlt.'irtt.iuJJe tioiit, Va. EILL IN ClIACERY. Stenber9.IStt. 3n '4 Japer, hamilton County, on the hat Jany'I -. u *itve. ItaJ! fCT he
4. ; coinfc'jjsn'ly: w'c SAC the! n jlnti of Cidi n rout Duonltrt, I'tvttt in (itmral, lltmorliist Jo-eph Lewton. ) Alligator,.Culnrobia Co., on the 3d from death prnnas, pfuciaimed who b.IJI been rt* ei heated.*il n'or'' an4 r>r? wo!LV.4rrfjiHEALLVG *ed ,aJ

ibo pines" burnt over for the purpose of de. *, OMrvrtion( *, Fli-fft, Ixdiftttiott. lie TT appearing to meb affidavit that Jn cph Lawton.i : List of Letters TERMS :-One fourth payable at the time of sale, POWER.
and Jrfechre .Jrpttittt, and all dizeuhe in the bill file in the above cause, resides
paced defendant and the balance ia three e'ual annual instalments. Kanwicty* r thil !>* bit br b.: tk'ff.m we.lptrwrce .
that substance I Do rich : Post OlEce at Tallahassee,
ttroyinj poisonous vrisiitating itConstipation out of the Stale of Florida, and in Europe: pt.1iNINGinthe itt* *e4 an aniele which wmiH b* ..fi iei..e*.
know tracts
farmers crcr reflect the wise provision OrdrrrJ That said delendant ar.d answer jictoucr i, ; Persons to pirticular I bble r4b.ntC. ., mink iwb,n tie p.eaa* wo H t..fur-
upon in appear
ol inc iow-ei1 or Ii .
to be sold, will be rurr.isnea witn nana-oius on .
4 Dished t<> fcr.njf it j.iru .o'* wn i tuiriues
Providence ? For that dues the said bill ith in the time prescribed by law, AntlJaoesAdjoint Lan?, Rev Thos
purpose OF THE BLOOD the v. application to the Post Masters at the above named I wouM fre knows \-d tprc&setL; TSs t&ie iuu CUDH.
i it gail be !3kcfl confer /.' i* further General; Linder.berger, Richard -. '
,. foliagu annually fall I it inprrly that new otherwiai-! pto place, cr to the subscriber at Tallahasseeby letter the mean .1 r f'Ji'fl.1 : >
It p.tt-= t ne adi2cr to l 1b4! > (:igestie{ crsn?, Ordrrtd, That a copy of this ,Td. r be publishwl Al.t.MJ Levylar.or.J Oli.1.\'D .I.YlJ LXLQ. C3'.FF0 PRF.r.1tt.1TIOJf
,.. leaves may put fotth to ln-atnifv an1 a orn the I a:vI i rCfl k': '. fr> jtjnisfla1ifl trengM ruing, in sime newsi T>er pri te-S in Ifce Slate of Florida fl Benjamin McGwire! Mr postage paid. JOHN EEARD, ReaNUr )% mfttnf.lLtlred the Ucr.h >aJ nu r.hre>ija: of ihe land. eTpecuHy, c.i1.4ut u il a faaajlueaj

trunks Uy no moans. It J* thu they may and Utstvi atitPtiblich < PrprSics. o nce a cunib tot ninc tDnnhi. f fro; Mrs J B 2 MrDanell, Mr of Public Land for the Stale ff Flcrida.Tallaharee I be! of Ge5* 'rII.nO er d Ufn<>nt. a.
go through their gradual and Hire decay, returning adnutltd t by> Ur. Town end, Minufactu- ,1os. B L.CASTER.ey BrMS, J B 4 McPherson AdalineMe UniiSe )UflflZ 1' To1n'e.lrtt imicnIei with .e. vi4
IS ISi32 3m
to the earth not: only! the nutriment rtr <'! '' .1.wnedb .
which tic earth had them but thai Far Better than SarsapariUa.' Tn s'. F. KIXG, Sol. for Cnnp. Bursar, JIis, F John C .;:;-The following papers will publish the above j jcncea CHwri'i'it' aeJ the ifeit di o rl < rf The art h arittroojh.
given week for three months and send their
ac- .
A from the n inote': But! Jacob McFerson, Miss Mary BIO rp.iin'o ID the m'saBf'rHir" af iie OW Dr'
which had taken from rrrroboraU' ol ?lie above, read the anf truecv; '. The Air apr.tla:; l. iti wen kNwn wmeiri*
richer qulIity they the 'v- In W. C. MALONEY, Clerk. Barn zt on, Samp'on BBroo Mercer, DanlJlaigh counts to the Rezister : j 5.4rpr !*- < fx>

1 It is u-l!! knmrn that soils c.lm(2fltCatIc4t L. Hies D. C.Notice. James il The papers in Pensaroia, Marianr.iand Apalachicola 355.c.'t.4ia DzV rte' Ld pror15ei. ta4ie p.ipen.siiitb ,..
atmosphere. pine April 14. 1 l 5 By R. *. Antony < : ar e .ntrt <'r us*;***. ii.j uthers. which) tf reia.'i l i ia p
.. Jack potash, ani: it is proven by scientific an. oBfloaive& TtkiiafiBy acd FraofFB0W Ioilive. Ball W I) Miller, Isaac LMtrri ; the Savannah Georgian and the Republican ; .Irr it fr a-e. \tt-4wt fmnutm >c4 cn<<. which) W iaicnoai -
lLD Charleston Courier and Mercury ; Mobile Register1 I b> the .>.twin. some of the.popertPss.( Sa *.p niare
alytls Ley md cavil or debate! that the pine I THE GRAEITNTJESC COMPANY.S.r Bell BuroltSA James Miiler! John R and the Advertiser : Coinmbna Times, Ga.. and the *: *o p*f. f,.V. thai they ertirelv e ,nr.rate anj are '> t ia lhnreparttma. .

leaf cantatas more potath than the J.**f of any ; ;-y vj are aware t hat, a* I he 01 i rinatt.r of the SIX nxinths arter date, I will apply to the Hon. BeclMrs S .rah Montrose, J Raleigh Standard and the Rezi'ter. (ROWS o.l|.. tn If tho'bV'eeip are iiCi r!*! eedia pr..rved lurmnnfottofe.Of a teintijti M I..rtr.prses. .

o'ltvr tree ; and potath is 'me of the fin-t prin. Graffeiibrrg Company, I rcu't I tave had n.y atieuticT ; ft J'f' battf. r she County of Jefferson for flecames 2 Morel, A I hue roiutU rriwtrnltt. 9 him tfr n-f js v'r. nr.'.I ** etKala.ftj. .
call- d the Misitro'w Medicine* presented to l leJteruot disir.i-i administrator of Anderson GEO. H. BSSTWICK cnd'r 'a- sr* tne ver cttmbl*uuiai preffrtit .tLaI
in as
ciple in the of all and I Boa Mis- M P More, RObS P .*
growth pUnis vgeta. ft.f T I-I; n e v< it it* wtloe.
hlei. What a ';icidal policy then to cVrtrnyih the public t'js f atwuce.inlrcduciifti I 'if have the watched'anchalagun with murfa into S uerd, late of said County dwitu Ui SXEF.D. P.alline, C O'Xeil, Wn M Wholesale i Retail Grot f ry i Proyisioa Dealer, Any p rw nn t-nti i t ,tr* t.-.r mot till; i ih) -y fet i.ia/k rrfwrtien
Itqi3. f .
I'i'ertst Cro'll, fr Rtchard Olirer, Mi,s Martha u r.K.re t.uile j-.nnj outirr ut th vuC ibth'rf
very cubstatjc*" destined by nature to enricfc tbjftc,; wfmrv b* yourselt : and am free to sav that no Jefferson Cr.unU, October 20. iSUi41 6m Care Mrs Mary Ann bnrne. Mrs M A TALLAHASiTr, FLORIDA. z I ftn4n 5T, eIe e."..'-: 'hp rrn.4',4\ erm then 'ttpIr. tni$ ini'otj oriq.i4. "
ttB iisr.aRu.s ?
0 pine iands. and' then murmur at u ..productiveness yieliclri* I'5 so d eivedly h ;:!i as y"nr extract CoLsJJ O'Xeil, CB TTEPSconstant1y on md. and for sale' at the : ; EXTRACT M SVRCf." an ,ezH aca is act ib

I F.trmers who ciihirate pine <-f that invaiujb!* r-hnt. In tayoimfa.-ni'y 1 have Toticc.. Car, Thomas Platt, toward P 1%_ lowest cash price?, for ca-h, ail the article in ; attwk i
( it* eitrar>rdso. ry eiBeacv, in the cure ol a conTudci Flours of best GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSESDSSARfcAPARlLLA.
$ *in Col, R B Patterson, Alexander this line 01 bn iress. qnalitie?,Sarar,
Itods woodj would c'Ix weeks after date, I will make application
vnu ? rdwellrn
ffffservf your y tf Br nchitis. For all crrnfttaintf which .
CofTee. Tea. Baccn llama,Soap.Candles, Nuts, Rai j
i !
l David 0
) Probate for Jeffer unlv, Cn'l, PwpeI.P.ennett
from the rinL1es flame th of the 4. the Hi.n. Jade- rn ci Thi i j>rep r"-i. that il'1 ta. irt rtie .f the ?
Cover aid < artp
s, *. ; re the FstatP .t{ Far- Ca'in. Wa .r.lla%
f.ir L*t?er* of A'ltnini-trationnn! ( r.t sire Irrrt rro .5. ry thin cawb' e of bKofmi.;
sour cow ptns. your iiorre lou, and your taVfec !! ht1 1,1 dia > ur Canchatagvaftir, rtrv 'nr all- Macrae. d.-cesed. JOHN U. SMITH. I Crc, James 3 Penfield, Mr found in similar e-tablihtr.ent All persons wanting ( cd or of f rn *cMtoa. i I1rIrtI a-i fjt&eA. taei rrypartirl

with pine stn.tr. The tr %dinjr of the \utior SO any and alt the Sorsapartlla* eftht day, qubar 25. .( 33 i Cner, Jam" L Pect, Wm lo purchase any of the above article, are res-i &*of.,rf.f.i T ta1 i. <.c,rrd 119 porai c wseiitrii 4
and tcifi thtia all lam vxll eryvaintfd. August > 1 6r-d cfapaft'.e bMir>;anj of lU vaiitiff -
invited to call and then tefcre
pectfully price buy- j "
aofanaSs, wlh ihf ir riiire, will cooo dccompoce \ J. T. MARSHALL.M Clehnd. Mrs Sasan Powe1lJarne a) aad bei.er rnpePif parrrf ia i th.s w. u ij aade tueBM
fl.rs Wm 2 inz el-ew here. ,t ..w rifai h5
Cam, JamwCbs > f areM m
t .. it, \ilich wil! malie a fine cninjtogt for 7 Not ic C. -, Ann Maria Rawles, Mrs L Store formerly occupied by L. &. II. Greenberg: Cure of iniiunieraMeHerea dicaaes.

.. your w-eUtie *rIti. Ilushjnd your pioe Fz:) L.W.5R I OflTU.tdPTO Q1X months affor date, the nndemsned. executor Dzi-rrean Artist, any RolU) S J &, Co.,corner at Monroe a d Jefferson street' :!>e rf*.'. a rh > bf ir"Kanirn'Hin i -$,. ,* V17 'WI

straw as you wtiuld ho hand ynir crr.p, forwith i 3AfiAC C5ETT8. O ol the lat will and $letament 'f Lewis Saon- t Daily, Wn KDn.l Ryan, Win R May 12, 154?. li 4n firor 13 the by core men.of n-ooi'B. acd chiMrcii. We find Itr

ityoocan make in the bnmids ORH&MFTO't.' Feb 7. 1S1. r-.sl'-teisi-ii, late of I.eon rr.unly, will present his Charles Rbisnn, Lewi', ro.v.r.wpr/-v. r>nsrrpsr.i. ad t.irr.R rn.v-
any Top I Dear tr-I 'have Irni; ww: td to see jou. that I .iis! 3fC. um- and n'ucl! PIto the H< f.; Judge otLc'jn I De John F fleaanSrn Improved McCarthy Gins. P1sfv-f. .'d m RJIF .V.'TI.t.tt. SCROrf/-1. PILXS.
dl-.aznn. tbt desire. The CO'TJVF.-V1'S. afl cr..v'rs
you may: fineiC; ir v t site y8a an aicuat acc< mA ol tHe rc-u aika> Probate (''.'.rt. ad: aA- t'.be di-rl.arjrcd. Dety, A Robinson, Mrs Isaac WA UK ANTED. PLES Bt-'JCTHF aiil ai -il wonDIPURI7T Frprcxs f P14

Iruo jx>*atOC1 that are made in ibis c1im"S bi'- cure of my or.Sv l d sg.tf-r! t1! a vkk'nl c, #e ot! LEWIS M. SMJXDKHS, Eecttor.Ju D*ry, John Rea.l, CarolinesHrcsn. OF THE BLOOD.

ar marfe und* r pine tsraw. This scrr-tla. Sti* i nw aloM three vear* 't age. In I ; 21. IS19. Daly, Arthur Richard It YEAR'S experience Las given the subscriber It %nw r ia nil ..r.iniq;

prtrd almort an entir" ftilure in this eecionlbl : FrbruanJrid] o es n-cn the hp, fact-, nd Pa), John M Rolls, Thomas -T\- a perfect knowledge of thee Gin, and repeated ",'.ftui .f.iit, .14 .5..ad.& tflfI r.rcu1a
i. a. dcunn n*::<-a '.fr.iwd: :o the fmd. , eafcnn, and od! Ireland"! never | z'ai.d<, made their appearance, ard iirrr-ssed iib I Notice.QIX Fas X Robinson, Daniel expf rimer.t has net only showed him all the defeclsbut fret and h'sads. r"i! chill '..h| fc..t S* !sr mrtr tbetntj It
yet pro.3aced i triiitul raniditj : one of her eies zio became *o F.c1tbIr.FG Robinson, Andrew JRhintr has enabled him to overcome them. He ,i has n'r its equal to CW4 ar.d Gafit: *.'i |>f nw>:*ity sipecwrir.n -
< a more **oiealy pratie tbin my crop bidiv uIctad! : /*Lat 10all ap5eafs.nce] ituld nsrvera I week after dale I will make application t toO LLltd;, Mr Lcuisa M Ror.Jobn believes that they are the bet Roller Gin in the act :re:!. p"S.inti-ia. rtUnn? ,lr.cturo of UInurt.
the Hon. JtuUf ol Probate for Madi'on County, ti>m t an-l oth-r
erery pin.
turns out this season, plnnted! under atraw.p .-- iii be restcrcJ. Th>* continued for tix week I Farth JasReavt world, and feel-* confident that they will give satisfaction .
:* lor l.-tiet ot AdrohiUtration on liFe Fsiate ol John Acy Cut 12 Boh; r >< :< exc-l.eec* more ircui.'e (Sy sees aid aekaowleticed
There bare been many failur- in attempting the child betn a most horriblefuht. the heart* McGEHtE. Fran Jake -!", D B to any cne disposed to try them. than ia aT! kw4* snrf r- ref
.. J. Bovce deceavd. JOHN C.
cultivate the !Iritb i in tbs .f her parent almost bmkea. Daring the '%lifle of F< ck, James Sever, Enoch Owineto incre3ed labor and e\pen 3 OTI thetr FEMALE COMPLAINTS.It .
potato manner', used SAtLSAPABiLLA IN LARGE May 25. 141(1. 21-6w the subscriber i is compelled to raie the price to-one works ircniier* in cve irf ?'..r.*a., Hlitet. FtKnfff
thw Fii J J Smith Mrs Ann W
period we Maj .
but it Las been oxvi entirely, to not tmlycovcrioj hundred dollars. J. M. JARROT. tic l m CC- 3up.j 'i.t'T ?': .f.. .W-*, tr-'tvr
: ; QUANTITIES, but ihe di.eue was not arrested in Gm; KenjjtaincJ Smith, Sid itj o4" the n-Bitra\l pcri..H, wid the tke; and a u
;: with ttravr. Like the fellow that the leaf While the disease was tilt at its height Kotice.SIX Ga.vay, Mr Mary A St .rt, Je-e Q'lincy, Au;n.t 11.151X 3IwTthaccos. ia cvim; .)ii ihe fmis '.f At4.e jr /><.'& <-*.

took a leather and 'aid his head en a rod ;. I la-'in one da> to call at the rtjoreiJjJ r_*eT: month' after date i will apply to the her Giire,James Siin4onLewiPr By rriHOtia ; obtTct.: >TH .ID
) 1.---- :.... :; tt1 1 :: tern il gives tone ted suenLi tn ite who;* body. aad ua*
I. vvhu-h'cur t c.f Probate |I' r Leon county, for Letter of ( Lnvi* Saunders, L M tnre all! fi.nns of.Ncrions

0 {v&lave eooJ Irish poatod!, no matter tflt to ...t.i :- -' child!('anch1ua.was afflicted, he advj ed Dismjcioi fuji the admiujslration! < I the elale olXti GaiiJ.mes Enijib, Miss Ella FULL supply mamifaeuredTbaccsjust re- | di-ear* aiiel debility,
fJ(4 bi
.. whether ifce season be flle, Lvir.g tOf.6dt hi t Lit t tH.nie T. Tav lor, dec. H. B. UP.ADFOUD.AriTil (]:t, La FajetlcGn Finletcn, C T J ceivcd; and for v le bvMcXAlTGIIT and thai prevecuor rehetri a re'.tw.rivly of &U. r onladie%
wei or dry, plant as cd givinj: it ccordi 1 U 1'.1'I 15 a, ffrm.il n-ntxtit*. .V .r* c..- *'- Yrs* J) mtf, Smtnng
Elizabeth JL
; : g Jo \< ur riirfclum >, WraI Sherman,
follow, and WIll Pt pi ina ------ ___________ fftirpi-.e: Fit*. Cjwmlntrt. &c.Itcietnses -
not ----- -- _____
you only get a good r '. ail oJhtr? ciedir-int-ii at orice, ard in j-sst five da** t1 ie !IItv I< Alfred Smith, Lj man Newport, March 10, 1S40. 10 l!>. b,..id etc.un tbe Ever n teattby aeUnn. true

:; turn dciirifwis potatoes, but youvill enrich| veiling vinbh 9 dcrecd l, the uictt bp.n to*heal Notice.SIX H,,n, Hamilton Sturees-s, .MH-* Elizabeth the *tomaeb. ami pres g-wnl d! wton. reIieetbnei. of

the) soil and fcavc culture. \g soon afier and .he improved rapidly for three week*, and to onr months after date the undersigned, adtninis- 11;John C Smith, Hannah Pickled Mullet.n 14t1ft:1se.torpor: jcd the coiuupabon.nrcaKuon
CfciiRmas as po 1ib1e. plough the \ very treat joy ws apparently cured-les* than two i
pround! deri ned for piere of f l b-ittit-s having been id. Namitsp tliisi case to some The'ia, late ol Leon County, d. crad, will present lit James lj 2 Shepard, Marar.daSam.el.t9 Ol/ the firs catch, and in fi-te order. !a.xes aLsricttei u nine* rcm *e4 all utaimeuoni, mod
: pctatoe* ; open trenches | of our inr.'du1.z: l friend, tn seemed his accounts and vouchers l.'enston N'athaniclIIir R B invusnrzes th* entire nerns y tem. l, mil thu tftea
six j: to think that j to the Hon. Court of Pro For sale low by McNAUGHT k ORMOXD. The medicine
or eight inches deep, and two feet apart, rherarimof t have been <-fii>cted by the oe of the bate for Leon County, and a-k for a final settlement t the But can any "f lbee initf* ! acrosi ground fill the ;APARILLA, and it t'esM and from Ihxll.MissEIlci'r.s :: L
trenches with par. 4 was n under the bis s-iid adminiotration.S1MEOX Spialt flu: art r\f\ Thu Ttmnz nnn". J'ajnM i< ,'.>f b t
tially decomposed wheat, oat, or pine to arzue: aint that opinirin : THEUS- Mrs Mary Stout, Lvdia Liverpool Salt. COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S.
Cot tfce NtW F'OR rItF: PROjF When th child May 10,119. 20 [mm, Mr carah Smith, RB 2 bfan 01 one GRAND F ACT, that the uae t* LNCAMBLEof
potato once in two place! the appear P ECEIVED per Schooner Lucy Blake,COO Sacks
4 5onwardi rut side ed t 'ic IPrftl y cored, we ctniped giving tier y nir Ira, John M Smith, l'alrickJaonTobia JA Salt. For sale UETE&IOKAT'.ON. in.1NEVER
on the straw, about six inches a.L o tract, supposing all was safe; but in txvenry-five Notice.OiX 2 Sharpie S J Liverpool bv SPOILS,
fart uoncover all wilL i the d ,>s lite same emotions Joson Mrs R M Turner. Reuben! JOHN OENHAM. whil Ihe other DOES ; irtmf. fernntrrf. aad Hrrixf tit
< ,
running itt th I
remainin" I ,
earth eyeand months after date the uudercigned: of Ihe Newport, 3Ist March ISJ'J. K l/MfDtsininji: my>frMrnenis. the mar. acid Itqani eipldj '
cnlopoftte rid-e, until it is all level M.-A-Hinsf ?began to return. We waited l five da>tto O adrninistialursGttheMateof one >pon, Yunng A 2 Tovc-end, Easier aa i doraa iDS other good, Must not Ihu bombte com
then WitlurnS
| *< e il it would Then*, pound h. ptMAoaoos tn tae .Um' Hitl.' i ai
amount to any thinfrriou- l"t in- Jo, LJoi Ti-uluck, Jason ij ft *fi< *
cart la'e Leor
03 pine etraxv until it is oishteen inches rr--a--d rapidly a* beif.re. We ol cou-.lv.d erased, will present his acrounts N SJ.on Vinzant Just Received, tjftrm ttrraJy iitruftJ irrti end! \Vbal cair>e>I+T.|*[wia bat
ail again comimnccdj a- d vouchers to the Hon. mcd 1 Do we not all krnw thai when fuid ar< M our sunnachs. -
over the p1'ce-it will require n C s'iit.ir hfj xour medicine, and in five day*, (thetanui Leon Co'inlv and ask for Probate .f Jnoo, Mrs PoanuriViion, Jackson 4 T LEWIS &. AMES' Druj Store, a freh supply 1 what nii
: altercuttore: and each sncceedin? with i >,( no.j of time fs before,) sh" b/-can to"grow better, from hitfsaid a final sdllcc.ent, and discharge : Mi-s AddlineJ' Williams Xathan jt\. New and Valuable Medicines-araor. which of tbe bean liver cotnalaiat. di.'uvn.s. d'enery. colir.
year, adminitlraiion.SIMEON. and cnrmpLon i>t" the h.-nul ? Uh.it fcrofula bat add
the addition ofa portion offtravv, will increase i-id inaV.ut two wpeks| wag ticll again.: From that ,rn, Mrs Queen Ann Williams, Mr are the following : ; humor in tie bujrVh t fT frjtr*is.M the hmwrs aa which
j c!:iJ l lajprodadircneH. As the pirfcciljll. May 10,140. 20Notice. < PILLS AND RESTORATIVE on <> :r.e lt Chean. EryipeW -
winter and sprinjr I M* f thtr, Isaac Hodges, of North Adams, MaRL,, Rfir.n, WraKr. Whilten, L WWe,1 BITTERS, I! -.. U'nile ? triin>s. i.cr S<_.. and afl nlcerati> lalemal -
raio teat ---------- -
down I
the and external 1 It u nothine Vr heaven bnf aa aculinb
straw aPHy on<
: i ICIAN'.cametoM-eus
compactlr" decani. with ther.t<-nri..n o S DKl Robt Designed for, and trill cure. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint _; ,ecce. WBICD soar and the spoil! ali the fiuuls of to*
position commenres at the bottom, awl im piPcribing for her. but n wwe wr-re unina ynur rric-d- rj('ht Walker, A B Piles, Scrofula, Jaundice-and ail kindred, body niore nr le>,. What ranges Khenmaii-un but a aMY or
tnati. r how dry the season fJbrre i iciip.vilh K-cf-i, and the child amproviiig; rapidly. SIX months after date, the under.ined will applv K :Mir.ijcrBIT. Walker, Amelia diseases resulting; from a disordered stomach or impure -.i f acid duid.. wbicb nniooiirs, itself betwcea thejwo3 aad .Hewbere. -
is miy prove, j jt- did t.t.i i Cofld4iflil ir, but kit hi* ) the lion. Jud. e of Prolate lor Leon Count Willis Wni-dJnhn imntme aaJ inrt nun; me delicate tisue up.'x wbienII
own *I of blrxxl.
always moisture prescription I stale ? .
and (tor acts S. i'f rrrvoo di.es.,, of of th. bk.'rf. 4deracfeti
and ood consequently meal y ] to !be 'ed in cae sour Ilktract failed. U'e l.ad no letters of du>i- ion from the Estate cf Arthur chridse, Rf v R M Walker, Saml S DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES i I circu.iU.oos.anJ nearly a.l tb iirfonty* ailnienu wbict> amid

potatoes. Ileinember, yp whowa b'Bniaa: r..iK.re.

.. -e pine f.ret, that pine raw is the J mend jour medic in? in vimilar est. JOHN S. HART, :EvV. n.y, 11r1.-ut Willfems. Jf-s R before the public, for the eradication of U'oans, in louse Now thI is u not aomV.e to make and sell aid njntleij winS

very test manure for fine laitd*."-Geor Your obedient servant. September S, l4f* S5_OmNotice. Raohfl Wtch. Litlkton Children cr Adults. SOL,>G. FERMENTING. ACID COM POUND-

gui pa par. li'JttACi: J. HODGCS.( ard, Benjamin Wheeler, FG HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES. i OF S. P. TOW.NSEND.

.; .ait Japer iourtr.anLofton Will PBEVENT Consumption and CURE all cases of'' and \ethe won.rt fun hive it un.frr.W.mI taai OIJ Pr. J.c4
PROM R. II. WINEtovHAXKES, WALL ST.. X. Y. Months Wm Colds, Asthma, Spitting ol Blood, Pains in the Side, Town-end's G"mime Onfiual SxrtaftruU. is aaof LMITATION

- ScotcJ &iI&afh.-I I have heard many ca.fious !.ewYorkset. UlS4v! SIX afters Tra tnienor forbid pre, ibat|>arnonlle we ;:b!. nUi deal in aa article which wnJ!

; *tori k illustrative: of that veneration with To Frederick A. ( av. l->q. : neni of County for final selllc.will please say thev. are advertised. plaints. j hear the mt dit re which ths Sabbath My lien Jsir-I ch rlulj! comply with of myaccottnt administrator lheE-tait-? M. XASH.P. M.Oclr.bprfi.it -ALSO- aad which hn at;,>a he Old; [Ir..uc)..iwnazi.
h regarded in Scotland. jrnr requtht JesseTownscndai.d Daniel To'wnend l,ad<pl-unsandrr-iiiiaat.iia; frnm
in drccastt ) j.i 30 3r < Ajenw who) have fold.
Let me mention one acknowl.dt.: < with othr-is, Ihc'benefit and for a final dicrare1roui the admirnVralion DR. HULL'S FEVER AXD AGUE PILLS and pnrchaieis WhO bate tucd:*. P.Tow nsead'i FEK.ME.NTISC
or two. A gcologut, w hi'-h I liavo demcd froth ilio use of your Extiact thesec-sUteo. All c Well known as a Safe Certain, and Effectual Core ;. COMOrTt 0.
I % hi1e in the country, an'l 1 having his pocket (ncbalagtia"cr California Plant. Itsenectsup- lice persons interested will take nc LOOK AT ThIS.REV. for Fever and Asue, Chills and Fever, Intermittent( We wish it understood henirte it H the ..e1.te t'miL that

p Jamner with him, tuik it out and was chip- (in tni> tem are evident and gratifying and Lave accordir.glv.BENJAMIN and all other Fevers. Price reduced to Serenly-Jlrf S. P. Tow'are mend'lttter-irUt article and Old. Dr.Jacob Towasend'i *irnpanlU -
MANNING part. a<< mjinitety jiinmtsr tIC
Adm'r. D. L.WIIITC, JRMauncunces ;
tl ,
; pingibe! rock by the wayside examination. nauc me to recommend it, HBP to nij iric-ndj; ard fj3:: James T. Archer. Eiq is CrntsptrEox. "f. they are unlike in every Particular, hmvinnoton. siagl* Ihia;
I ant plt-aved to that my Agf nt to alien'tfiall IILS to the public that he istravtisirjj La comma's.
you in no instance The above Medicines fiesh and -
Ill* proceedings did have mat l prs connected T genuine are for i
: not cacape the} quick eye I b< i'i: dis:i;>pointed in its efficacy. I do not hrsitate llirse estates. with the administration the counties of Middle Florida as a DAGUERIAN rile by LEWIS & AMES, j As .S. P. To rn eniJ is no doctor and n.ver w*'. ii nebeiui
; and ready tongue of an old Scotch in t \i : ARTIST to wait in4.iidtial. L DO pharmaceutist-know* no morw of medics or au-
woman.- rny co'.ii-it-nre in its rpriarkablemttlicinal cuali- July itS 149. '' prepared on Tallahassee, Fa. ea,e than any otter cnnmmn, unscientific cnprofes inaal m$R.
... '* What are you! doing there, man ?" JjQn't tie*, and to elate that 1 b. !ive i il will bp found lo bean 20-1m I \\i at their homes, and will guarantee a good picture. For certificate of recommendation, and other in- what pa.zse can the pnMie hire that they a/e rerei,ins a
? I'm excellent remedy in most or no charge Inr his trouble; and will po into canine sc. nuae med.ctne, cuauumcg !l the virtues of the
you tee breaking a none. Y'are do cage* ol disease: of tii! Sale format ion concerning the above Medicine',ee future I arr.ce! nted in
preparing it and which
fcy Master are inrapnb> nfcnaMr*
liver a-jd kiUne>s, in pulmonary afiectior. and in Chancery. anv neighborhood \vherethereare a half dozen who advertisements and which which -
log raair than that /are *, also pamphlets, may be obtained m flu rentier them the AGEATCof ise..e.nsmeiiJ'
; breaking tie Sab. in the 3Y will have pictures. notified by letter at Tallahassee ben 1th.
Jjaih." ;purification of the biood, &c. That jour ] trdcrof the Sujvrior Court of Li-on Cr.unt rf the Azents.
mpfit in the introduction cf this invaluable! plant J mlviuilv I wijlofj* rat public sate IK'foielh, Quincy, Monticello, or Madison, as to ynurvi March IS, 1S4S. 35 in But -W-QJI rl.e shon'd he erected from one who knows iwth -

f..' Another old woman's inrjury j of one who may be appreciated, is the sincere wi31? of l..urt House, ia; Tallahas-ee! on the tirit l Ii nJav i hereabouts. Can make a good picture at any L< g I of;sotnx ewiipHntivcly eipennc of to medicine c.o;k JinJ nr,er diseaie;. -ip e* en ftreqo.ve.a rumnmn a drttnt penu*

4 : tin the Sabbath day passed her on the road Your' sincerely, K H. V/IXSLOU Dicen.b next, the Ir-llowing jropciivy I \ : Cabin in Florida, tl.e declarations cf any Arfist to Drugs, Medicines, &..c.ir Teal How ranch iw>re impi>rtar.t U it lhal the penuns bo Siam
O J* I'dtnphlets L-.t No 52 in the contrary notuithMar.ding. Instrnclion given in Htoctare mrd.cin, designed for
tinging us he went containing a description of Cali- |the| norlh tddition rlf; the city : lie.; was equally charac'cri forita, t'.ctihtr viiib iritercsling i inftirmalicn in ic- Tallahassee, (the residence '1 Jesse Atkinson the art, and an apparatus furnished at firm $75 to EDWARD BARNARD, JR., | WEAK STOUiCHS AXD EXFETBLED STSTEMS,
It was very brief: SJT1g*, man. opsaimiT" lati-tn In She CAxr.'HAUAruA.ilsietnaikfcLlpcfTcgcv: i tour negro sla'd.c. vir : Harikf! ant her cliildrt'u Esq.j.aao $iO'.,. I'riceof Pictures from $1 00 to 4. I should.Monrr! now it well th and. nwd.e pmtwrbes of pUnls. the, beet

Now, I am aware that many rea. and corrn, are GIVEN A\V"AY at ihe AGnxciK" The above sale N fur p-irlition among the heirs anl September 2'J, Ib4 33 3t -- fresh received addition, by to the his late stock arrivals, a ,! an extensive ttc'jrnj: k.rmee! ncenrnl.n of the vnn.ins:: tlieir ifisruw he'a Iinf hkh inUeLahin afecttbe
ot GclNUINE -
dcrs will at once tay, what ultra !" Sold by LEWIS: & AMHS, distributees of Saintu-1 ilrvan and of Leah Alkinson 1 human IakDi.i'4 kriw to .id.ipt tvmrd.r la these tfiseaies!
severity both 4, DRUGS AND MEDICINES of j It Is V> nrre t iran.it upon il.e anfurinnate L> pni balm intt
and will he only able to sec something ab. October Agent, TalUla see. Florida. dweattd. The nc-grtcs will be sold for cash For Sale, __1a._ which are of good quality, lotcfor Cc'A. wounded buinaaity. to kind:* Iw e SB tb. despairn; branm. to
ISO. 33 Cm lot on fern,* made known on I he day of sale! restore health aod bl.oiu aa4t the crusKetl.vad bf.
fcurd -
S and ridiculous in ihcte enyings. A LIKELY NEGRO MAX.about 25 years of Also,on hand a general assortment of the follow .no
Oihers Purchasers age ken.and tn brtninb
: to pay for ti'le par.crs.IINJ infirmity that OLD VK.J\O>BT O\V.N3E'
among whom I readily number rnycelf, will TPIE GALPIN HOUSED \VHITXER! 11 a tolerable good carpenter. bv ing, which are warranted genuine viz : ; has fOCCHT anj fOf.M> the opportunity aad rneaa*lo Snag
S. S. Hvuck's Panecea RowanJ's his
., view KXIGI1T. Improved Tonic Jlix-
in a light altogether different XKWXAXSVILLE FLORIDA.THE M**ter in Cliancerv." September 22, lq. 37 tnrcVistars Balsam of Wild Cherry, Brandrtth's Grand Universal Concentrated
# as apt, amusing an.l chuactcri4ic; ? doubt September, I JO. C: $ lOw Pills Reined
no THE public; arc inJorntdtha! the Celebrated Cathar tIc, Camphor, ?
but a :not valuable tesiirnonies lo the ttrong I ) KH i ii now eP. ntd for the reception GL"OW Notice. notice. Worm, Couqh, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland's I within tnt the, learn reach and,and buuw t flit by hauwlr.lee jitvful eipenence.of all who it need* itt nttllty

: ..- religious feeling of tho people! and to that L..tSot R-.ardera and Travellers, and they may 9 pT BARRELS fresh Thomaston Lime, Celebrated Feverand Ague Remedy,Lucenia Cordial, 'lraii ceii
p4. Imbiiuai dt-ciiion with} which re-t iflri'4l} there will be no pains spared in makir SIX wc-tksanrrdj-fe. I will apply lo thE Iknora. -_ aJ Kentucky Bagging, Thompson's Eye Water McMunns Elixir of Opium,

\ them many among them cfmlortable as far as in the power of the! IW Jud e of Probate fur Monroe Ci-uut; for Iclirs Gunny Bagging, Sands Sarsaparilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, Sold wholesale and retail by

carry out the fccriptnral principles re.yarding prietor $lodo so. 115* stable* ate new and in first cf administration c.n the "<:iate of lltnjamio Hemp Rope, Salt, &c., Tyler's ditto, Gordon's Billious and AnliDvspeptirPills THOMPSON. SKILUIAX & CO.,

,. ; the bgrrvancc iit f ihe Lord's day, rate oider, aaj a first rate ostler ahvajs in atte-t. iIt.i.ger, dtccased. 1'. J. FONT..Nr. For sale by McNAUGHT &. ORMOXD. Bcck\ ilh's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, Peters and 102 Nassau street, New York.

vvhirh they have imbibed in their childhood! Jana*. Key West, August 33, 1SI 10.) 40 Cvv Newport, Sept. S, 1S40. 33 Spencer's Pills, and is Agent for S. P. Townsend's And

i find put into practice frrm Sabbath X. B. Private apartments always furnished forla- celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 per by LEWIS & AMLS,
to Sablath *
iiPL (;Io. \ Confectionery and bottle. Also, superior Lemon Agents Tallabas ec.
- : doling ihe course of their lives. M GALP1N, Groceries &c. Bakery. Syrup, prepared from ,
Xewnansville.JuneSS, IS4K. 25 Proprietor. K1XDOX would inform his fiiends pnie Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable for the April 21!, 1S40. 1C-Ij
: -I BAGS ItlO and I
COVFI;} HENRY sick orordiniry use than that usually sold London
r It) 3 do. St. generally, that he has on hand and I
Argro Superstition. blare \\at arrested 24ffc 15BLS St. I.rjajiCIlout, 5 do. Vi'hifeJava pctningodo.do. is constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kinds,, Porter June, ic., &c. Blacksmithingvw .
20( bbl*. Cincinnatli Flour 10, IS-19. 47
f this tnoining. by the First Municipality! Police, 3<) Whiskey 2 do. Broun do. do. such as : OOD. substantial, and cheap Blaclcsrnitbfnj *f

.$ with the futt joint of a man's finger, carefully WjXj( ltj.1Iacoru Saks, 2 BbU. crushed Siqar, PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS, irk BARRELS PRIME PORK, all kinds done at the Shop near my Stable, occupied

.1 wiapp d itt a flannej bag, in his pohoession. :f,0 w Ibs. Shoulders, 2 Boxes Loaf do. WINTEUGKEEN CINNAMOX. LEMON CANDY, 1\J 5 casks bacon Shoulders, lastear by Miller & Brokaw.

Thi is the third or fourth time within six bOJ Ibs. Hams. For Sale low bv Gashen flutter, Box, and Pine Apple Cheese, S1DC. HOARHOUND, BARLEY CANDY, 50 bbl. Si. Louis and Western Flour, January 20, IS JJ.; 3 A. A. FISHER.

t.c perir.r Family Flour, Cider, and While Wine ; 5 Sack Rio Coffee .

i11: with months fingers that in negroes their have been! arrested here July 7lh, IS 19. 27 & S. KNIGHT. gar Pickles, Codfish, Herring*, Chocolate, Candies, Sauces Vi-ie-, iieful And for various colds others and coughs, among,and them is prepared several to that manufacture arc Liquors of all kinds. Just, received and for sale by t S. S. Knight
possehxion, and it was re. Fii;,, Table Salt, &,c. iic. and all kinds that be GEO. H. IlEST WICK. .ITTILL continue business at hi* old stand, wbereIy
) ':): ccntly stated in a Mobile paper, that a tlave! Spring ana Summer Clothing. Received per brig Suwannre. aijd for ale by wholesale any and retail. may ordered, both Tallahassee, June 12, 1j-l9. \ lie hopes to wait oil stich of his friends as ba *

was detected in one ofilte cemeteries ofthat McNAUGHT i ORMOND. He is'also heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, promising
I.tttK A STILI..1IAX are now NewportMareh prepared carry on Baking in all its .
I ', city, in the net of severing one of the fingers C srn:ill, but *elec I awoilrn. r.t ol SPUING receiving AND a 10, IS41. 10 branches,from the plain Loaf/ TJiead.to I he rnns Just Received, that all shall hate good articles at lair pric, -

from the hand of a burled SUMMER CLOTHING, together with exquis-ile CaAei and Pies. Patties and the public SCHR. TALLAHASSEE April 23IS-t9. 11
neron recently a few articles S. S. KNIGHT PER a lar, e and fresh _
\\ithout fetich asDrill can al wav s be accommodated by giving timely notice ol ar-curcd
reasonable Ham
I the hand any was not jewelled motive lo for the act, as *, Drap d'Kte, \Wholesale I Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer at the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson street, Flour, Bacon Sides,Lard, &c. All, plain of which Hams will, Rice be, Pure Sulphate of Quinine.

1 tempt his cunj. Caslimcrettcs, 3Iart.vII2cti, Ac, TALLAHASSEE opr">ite the .i/c//on Room of B. II. Berry.. Eta.. sold at the very lowest rates for cash only. lIE sub.ucriberahave on hand two: hundred and

dity. The idea negroe have in possessing Suilablefo manufacture, and to be disposed of for FLO II11)A. Tallahassee, Dec. 16, IS-iS. 22 GEO. II. BESTWICK, T fitly ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which tliej

tlicnse'esofShese) singular pocket pieces" CASH, and CASH ONLY, at l moderate profit and KEEPS const jnlly on hand.sndoffers for sale at a Corner of Monroe and JeCerscfn streets. hare obtained direct from the manufacturers, ac

., is purely biipirsiitiou They believe that would cordially invite their old Iricudsaud custom-; ard articles advance on cost, for cash, all the and-| Fresh Groceries. May 12, 1849. 19 they will warrant it to be a superior articleU'e .
his line. in Flours andM
the finger of a dead nun is a cinirin thai corn tit to call and purchase. itics-SuK'ars, Collees. Teas cf approvt-d JUST receiving from New York and New:Orleans, have enlarged our stock-of Drugs
Bacon, Ham-. jLk cines recent artivaK and are prepared to ejecuje
1'IIaIiaiseMarch tJ full by
17 and
IS4t. a choice Tin
HIUST assortment cf
mandsfoilune in Soap Candles. Lard ,-eon- Manufactory. .
and that and
with reia"
gambling, one all similar artides_lo. sislinn-n part of Bacon Hams Sides orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or

t ir on their perwm, it is an imp //esibility ,l t', lo c. r.'c.'iu-d from New Oilt-an, NefPn Sugar Relher vviih Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onio. Nuts, Mackeral Xo. 1 and 2, Candles,, Soap,and Flour Shoulders, Coffee, HAVING engaged additional workmen, we are OB-he-most accoramftdatin? terms. the
I addicted J Uaisms.Iigs.Alinondj, and allot I her article ; to fill all orders in line in have also few account dne to, us for
4 Those lo that vice wilf" lliorofitre fiired Sid.-* and Shoulder ,u.ually LardTobacco, Teas Almonds our a Ve a yet
*, (a new article,) Surga found in similarcstabliahmenU. Candies, NewOr- and B*'
: almost Cured )Ihnis 3U bbl FLour leans Sugar, &c. which prompt satisfactory manner... All orders from year JS47 Thev are generallY in small
Imaid *
fcc. For I
run any to obtain sopoieiit vale | offer low for cash.
by Store >
ana next door abate G. H. M eginniss* the country will receive immediate attention. 4 but if the \vholecould be paid shortly, it culdp
MOProo \
Store ,
JOHN on removed
next door
amulet.: -\. O. Courur. -v, >. JIil t ISJ-. 27 McPOUGALL; street to John W. ArpyleV.JOHN liberal discount given to merchants and dealers.T.WIIITE&CO.. far towards liquidating eel tain SUITS f1 **

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