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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: November 10, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY HILTON & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1849.- \VOLUME I-.-N0. 44.. .


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THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL Late from Europe. quent assassination of French soldiers, and believrs THE FOLLIES OF FASHION.A God was attended i in his last moments only by' FRENCH AFFECTION FOX AMERICA.

IS rUBLIIMKO KTCRY HATURDA1. FURTHER EXTRACTS BY THE EUROPA. there is an extensive' plot for his assassination those who are termed menials. -

if he should lie person whose mind is well balanced, Let Two American families who were tiring
.r' The steamship Europa arrived at Halifax return. expresseda a mother only reflect on these things, .

TERMS : yesterday morning, bringing one week's later wish, therefore, to remain at Naples duringa and who has a correct estimate of human re. and she will entertain more sensible views in in Paris in February, 1643.- becoming alarm

( if in advance. portion of the winter. sponsibility in this world, had he attended all ed at the increasing agitation or the
\ THREE DOLLAR per annum paid advices from England and the continent. The regard to her daughter's! destiny. We shudder cpia

i ''ftUEND A HALF if paid within six month following is the summary of the news as re. The announcement at Rome, that the pub. the balls and hops which have been :given to think that she would barter the jewelof determined, only at the last moment

.'OUIVOLLU', if not paid until the end oftheJ'ear. served by the associated press : lic and private pecuniary engagements of the this summer, in Newport, as a mere specta. her own breast for a price ; that she would for some quieter neighborhood, and on .the

adhered to, and tor, he must have been more than ever convinced I very day that the Revolution broke out they
ttJ-:: These terms will be rigidly TURKEY AND RUSSIA. republican goTernment would be respected, place her in the market as a merchantable

j no paper will be'! discontinued until all arrearage arepiid. has pained some popularity for the Pope. of the marked folly of the age, of the commodity wherewith to strew her pathwaywith took their deprture and made all! haste by
unless at the of the publishers. Sub. Pending the decision of the Emperor of ofm'n and of the railroad
t option Private letters from Genoa of the 4th gross depravity and women, to They had not got
months at One men. flowers, and make the air redolent with
scribers will be received for three Russia the made to him
appeal
t, upon respect lion that decided tendency of fashionable life to de. more than nine miles from Paris vthen the
the Island
Garibaldi of the
Dollar--is month at gl ->0- Every order for the the extradition of the Hungarian refugees on coming to perfume of ease and affluence. This may
t be accompanied with ing Madalena demanded for bauchery and the worst licentiousness. Every all train stopped, and they were told by the conductor .
paper out of tins county must' the contain passports England, be easily accomplished, but in nine instan.
the cash, unless the order comes through any of our English papers many reports concerning with the intention of proceeding thence to the thing is staked upon these occasions ; men ces out often it the miasma that putri. that the bridge ahead of them was on .
authorized in the State. the issue, but, of course, nothing de. who are grandfathers whose heads proves fire
frostedfor and
agents
regularly the United States, where he intended to 8tule.- I are fies the virgin soul, and creates the gangrenethat that proceeding further was hope.less .
finite be arrived at until resolution of
can Since then however he has received : the :grave, and upon whose brows time and it was equally them to-
ADVERTISEMENTSWill the and his Council shall! proposals eats away tbe heart by slow degrees, until impossible fu ,
Emperor Imperial has left
its
from the Montevidean Envoy, who offered significant impress,-whoso hearts she whom God created in moral beauty, run back again, for the rails behind them had ;
bl inserted at the rate of One Dollar per squire be made known. have become
!
callous sinful deeds been taken
him the command of the force of that Re. by ,-are withers already up. There was nothingelse -
and cents for each and fades while the tomb takes its '
of twelve lines for the first, fifty The of the which
reply Emperor was
ex. .
participating in all the done
follies of the Le
uSteqiient insertion. A reasonable deductionwill public. It is believed that he will accept the night, own-and the world charitably supposes that to than get ou and return on
peeled with the intense would
most anxiety, with
virtuous
maidens foot '
be made on legal: notices, estate notice,)' arty office. \\hohavejustentered consumption has gathered another victim to at the imminent risk of insult and outrage -
ut'atttration, having it was thought, reach the Turkish capital about life's fearful threshold and breathed for the from
notices with by persons AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY. its embrace. Mothers there is a fearful responsibility ; an infuriated mob that already lined 1
regular& accounts with the"Mice. tbe 10th or 12th of October. Apprehendingthat first time, the pestiferous airs of a worse than both sides of the road, to the extent of thous.
All announcements
DOLLARh-invariably in advance. No attentionwill laration of his the Porte refugees; near Widdin, the leaders excepted, a sight daughters well, therefore ; do not sacrifice This was a situation alarming enoughto
war on part, was ex. December' and June embraced in the lecherous fill
be order'lor announcementunless them the stoutest heart with terror and theeffect
to for ,
paid any ceedingly anxious to learn the effect produced hare applied for leave lo return to the Aus- Waltz! what are but trivial considerations.Let .
The
accompanied with the cash. one should be calmly reviewing be in tIle
All reti ioul. marriage!: and obituary notices pub- upon the Cabinets of London and Paris by the trian territory, and that their request wouldbe life's long: list of varied deeds, and them be virtuous and happy, even though when may there was imagined only one man present to case,

fished gratuitously; ; hut editorial notices for pri. bearing of their representatives at the Sublime :granted.; pondering overils ledger they are poor ; the poverty of the body on protect
10 that four ladies
rate benefit, will be charged as advertisements. Porte.A The statement thai Georgy had been shot at last settlement which: preparatory earth will only enrich the soul in heaven. with several children ; to nay nothing .

Kagenfurlh h brother of Count Zichy who none can escape, and Guard them with a watchful eye, and if you : offemmes f des chambres, and smal par-
a ,
large fleet of steamers collecting in the } few will be prepared for. The other should 'i eels.
JOB WORK. would have Their fright was excessive,
them retain their moral of
waters of the Bosphorusand} in the harbor of was executed by the Hungarians, has been be imitating the example of the Mother purity esap
We ire well prepared to execute Job Work, such contradicted. Mary, thought, word and deed, do not let them was out of the question. Nothing b
the Golden of
Horn, and }between the entranceof the Redeemer oflhe
bilk.eards, blanks pamphlets&c.with neat- world ; her thoughts done but return to Paris and the
:IIi Waltz, for it is an amusement fraught witb run gaunt
Se\'erallJllnarian ladies besides Kossuth'gmother
this the Black Sea and the Propontis, and the ; should be lifted in
nest and, despatch. All work of description prayer for the intercessionof let that awaited them.
They
most irresistible dangers and fearful
".wept for persons havinuearlv accounts with Sea Marmora: there are twelve ships of the ; and Guyon's wife, are kept in close Him who suffered for degraded humanity, O conse. in rain covered with passed alon1
a drizzling ,
"Iie' n1fi.e. must he paid for on deliver line at anchor, fully equipped, and plentifully! imprisonment by the Austrian authorities. to sustain and her the quences. Inspire your daughters with high i
protect through terrible thoughts and noble deeds. Make them what worn down by fatigue. Shouts and imprecations I
supplied with arms and:: in the ENGLAND. ordeal that awaits her, and the I
provisions by mantle of made the air resound around them for
be the of ,
Business (Torts, Set. army of 100,000 soldiers assembled around The returns of the Chancellor of the Exchequer His Grace, to keep her pure for heaven.But .- they ought to not merely ornaments the earth seemed with armed
but the substantial} he enduring very teeming
---- -- -----., the Turkish capital, drilling and reviewing for the October quarter has been pub.ished. oh, how different is it The one is mocking society, pillais ( and With hearts
----------- columns men. shrinking
---- around which savage they
going on from daylight to dark.A The Custom duties for the quarter heaven, despising God by his and everything clings.
A. E. MAXWELL acts, You pushed along, dreading moment to be
are rearing them for Mothers, as the every ,
letter of the 25th ult. that before entering the 5th instant exhibit decrease of adding, the
says ending a even on brink of the the
grave, to heads of families those who waylaid. robbed, and perhaps slain, when to ,
to
LAW as are give
ATTORNEY: : AT ,
.
the Turkish territory, official assurances "c153,: 11. The excise has increased JC1S5- already blackened: catalogue of sins he is
; their infinite joy they reached Paris and be.
WfLL( attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir.. were given to Kossuth that he and his fel. 000 ; stamps about 225,000:: : ; properly tax making life a fiction, and the reality of old dignity and moral tone to society, and whose lieved their tribulations
Offire S. F. urlJfStore. actions are to the characters of over.
over tinge coming
C9-: Hurringtbrough
Tallahassee Oct. 27,1D49. 42 low refugees were welcome and should be al. 21,000: ; and pmt office revenue 100,000. age he is endeavoring to grace with the flow. generations. You them for im. the Barrier they struck
are training
lowed to proceed to any part of the world. A Taking the whole income, the balance of ers of romantic and youth. The other
sunny
and reaches first street that seemed to lead in direction of
mortality
example beyondthe
CARAWAY SMITH,] [W. S. DILWORTHiilTr3 considerable number of refugees have been increase of the quarter is 214,113: ; while is rushing with brined zeal from all that is far your into the uutrodden and the their residence, when of a sudden, to their

[ ] & DBLWORTInl a ) [ ,, put on hoard of American con'etts, and the the total increase of the year is J3JJ71.-: : ; pure and lovely, from ihe guardian angels of unrevealed present future. consternation, they found themselves hemmed

French steamer L'Avcrni. Their destinationis The increase in ihe of the during innocence, to the wild and

exports country boiling cauldron of
LAW in behind
AT barricade and in
ATTORNEYS We know a proud lip will be curled a vast a moment
slid to be Greece. the first months of the and many
eight present years passion crime, and fearlessl/pla'ing with surrounded and
in were seized by hundreds of
while
FLORIDA. the this
MONTICELLO scorn, flashing
Kossuth has written a very eloquent letteron 7.570,000. The exportation of cotton the lightnings that will wither her soul and eye peruses
,
and
article fierce desperate insurgents, disguised in
but it. It has been
,- we cannot help
Jn1y7,1S49. 27. his present position to Lord Palmerston, manufactures: for the last eight months has in. I leave her like a whitened sepulchre. This is penned in deep earnestness and sincerityof masks: and armed to the teeth who brandished .

which is published entire in the English jour. creased in the ratio of 25; per cent., and cotton no fanciful sketch. It is the alarming reality pure their and
SIMON TOWI.C. MARIANO D. PAPV. heart, by the pale light of the midnight weapons, threatened them with
nals. 33 cent. The have al. which
yarns per papers we are constantly witnessing, and death.
TOWLE & PAPY lamp, and although it not :
From Widdin the news is somewhat start. ceased chronicle the of the which may immediately
ready to ravages must curdle the blood of heart ''
Ah ba shouted
in
every furious
desirable its truths will they tones
accomplish ,
Atlorntys) and Counsellors at Law, ling. It appears that a moollah (Friest) had cholera. that is not palsied by sin lo a state: of hopeless ultimately be a felt, although resul.perhaps not until you vile aristocrats, you have: endeavored to

formed an association for the Practice been sent to urge the refugees to embrace IRELAND.A inaction.
HAVING: will attend the several Courts of the Islamism[ and has been unsuccessful. many a tweet bud has been blighted, and escape-but you are notgone yet. And we'ltakp
not Gaze
Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the District Court faint effort is being made to revive ihe at the crowded hall.room. There many a proud heart has been withered and care of you now.' Their situation was N
.
of the U.S at Tallahassee.!' All business entrusted Kossuth, Dembin&ki, Guyon, Zatnoyski and >o'itical excitement of the country. Concili you behold the moustached dandy, a tailor's wasted, and even we are in the cold grave.Xeicport .- really fearful. Inflamed with drink and passion .

to their care will receive prompt attention. others, swore that no power should induce ation Hall has been opened. Letters of ad. perfect walking advertisement, waltzing witha Daily Xeits. these terrible men, further exasperated

(03-:::: Offi('('in the Capitol. them to apostacy. Bern had no such scruples. lesion, as of old, have been read from the fair innocent creature, whom he has met, by the combat in which they were hotly en. I

February 17, 14!9. 7 The most unwelcome feature of the news chair and ; of John3'Connell fir the first time, that evening, at all events
"c 25 5s. rent collected. : or YOUNG FEMALES.BY gaged, were capable of any, and every excess
from Turkey is that those Pashalics in Europe, is of the during the season. Read Byron's
Heir course, principal. description i even to murder. The unhappy
Thomas Jeff. MRS. L. H. EY. f
which Greek and Tuikis.li .. SIGOtR party
are partly partly -- -- of it, and even if have witnessed it
never
you themselves cut off from
COUNSELLOR AT LAW, The which illumination seeing every resource,
ATTORNEY AND are in a state of great t ferment in consequenceof The Cousin of Arnold.-The evil that sty; if it is decent :- increasing privileges an I threw
themselves their knees and endeav.
practice in the Ciiciit Court in each the threatened between do lives after them." has conferred upon our sex, exceedingly on ,
rupture Turkeyand men Shakespeare was
WILL the Middle Circ'lit, and in the Suprene From where the garb just leaves! the bosom free, ored to move their ruthless captors by
of their sup.
'" Russia. Under the influence of Russian right. A verification of the fact heighten re ponsibities. Formerly, lobe
striking That
Court may spot where hearts were once supposed to be;
District
Court and United States a plications and tears. They declared they
!Tallahassee.Monticetlo: emissaries, chiefly members of the Greek he drawn from a, circumstances, which we Round all! the confines of the yielding waist. "failhfiil over a few things" was all that

January 2ft, IS4S. 2S Church, these vassals of the Sultan betrayed) find elated in Zion's Herald. In Norwich, The strangest hand my wander undisplace.! ; their limited sphere required : now they are were no aritocrats-Imt Republicans like
The lady's in return much themselves, they were of them in principle and
---- ---- ------ a serious intention of taking advantage of the Conn., died on ihe 29th June, 1849, aged 82, IDagrasp as both qualified and expected to he made "ru
ALEX. C. MORTON princely! paunches offer to her touch. sympathy-they were not English but A.
lers The of
present opportunity to get up a revolt. The Miss Hannah Arnold, a cousin of the notori. Pleased round the chalky floor how \\etllhe\. trip, over many tlings. treasures miricans: '-At which shouts of bitter derisionwere 1r
Attorney at taw, and Commissioner of Deeds for greatest activity prevails in sending couriers i ous Benedict Arnold, the traitor. Though One hand reposing on the royal hip ; their own minds are to them, and r

tilt States! of Florida and Tennessee.CfJOrriCE to and from all the principal ports of Europe, aged, sick :and emaciated, she i is said to have: The other to the shoulder no less royal they are summoned foith a laborers in the returned, accompanied with exclamations ;'

: AT COLVMBCS GEORGIA. -{)) but t the general firmness of the public funds retained traces of great personal/ >aut)'. She Ascending with affrclion truly loyal; wide field of benevolence. The temple of and oaths full ofcontumely and hate.: "
Thus front to front t the partners move or stand, You think will cheat us that do ,
give faithful attention to such bu,inr!'sas indicates that the is that evinced resoluteness of and science is no longer inaccessible to the foot of you way you
WILL prevailing opinion no great purpose acivity The foot t they rest,Imt none withdraw. t the hand. '
and
be entrusted to him, in the Courtsol the woman. From* ;its pavilion, whence with by setting up as Republicans, pass I
serious results will arise. of mind ; but she was morose, )jealous Thus all and each, in Ino'emf'ntift! or slow,
Chattahoi"chee: Circuit, Georgia composed of the The :Moslem\ she fir excluded ing yourselves off as Americans. No, that nwon't
and and this trait in her character genial contact gently undergo.We jealousy was ages ,
revengeful t
Stewart and The London Times'correspondent, writing ; '
<'ounti '!! of M"scoiee, Harris Talbot, do as soon convince you. The
voice addresses her Enter in and live. we'J
Marion ; and in the Counties Russell, Macon and from Paris, says that a note addressed by the was undoubtedly attributable to thesis: have, over and over again, this sum a danger moment, and cries of
Of which had been from ancient every
Harltnur, Alabama. English Government to its ambassador at St. picions which she and her maiden sister en. mer, witnessed men and women thus lockedin treasures
August 10,. 1St\!. 32-fim the } of tertained of nearly everybody in consequenceof each other's embrace, whirling around the times accumulating, yet strictly sea'ed:: from : bas les Anglaise--a mort It reches-rose on
Petersburg, on subject Constantinople,
all sides, amid frantic yells and demoniac
her she is invited It remainslo 1f
their connection with the traiter.- Hall, while hundreds gazed at the eye, to partake.
couched in firm moderate terms contains nota near scene.- I
,
J. L. KKIEI.DI n. J. BOND M. D. threats. At this agonizing moment one of
l tingle expression threat calculated to This is evident from a single circumstance.A .- You may tell until doom'J.da' )' that it is all be proved in what manner this invitationwill
or
the ladle whose the
nerves were
be received-this admission valued. strung by
called them and after innocent, and that the hearts of the
men are
Drs. SHIELDS & BOND wound the Nicholas whileit person once upon ,
susceptibilities imminence of the peril, roused herself to one t
Will she loiter at the threshold of this
moved but emotions. It is mag.
"Youare by nothing
remarked
themselves in the announces the determination to the I some general conversation, pure '
a ociated together::: support more heroic effort. But what she cried I
HAVING: ( of Medicine, Surgery, &.C., ofler their Porte against exigencies that would compromise I : some relation to Benedict Arnold, are you ,, all idle and ridiculous. We know the heart nificent temple ? Wi she amuse herself in if we give friends, that we belongto

services to the citizens of Quincy and the surround- the dignity of an independent so\'ercign.1 not ?1" Well what are you going to do about j of man too well ; we know Us dark and damning its courts by gathering its deep flowers that you-that proof my fellow republicans lhat

ins country. Lord Pulmerston had likewise sent instructions it?" one of them replied. Thus ended the secrets too well!I, to be duped by any such spring up where there is no deepness of earth ? -
Qiiincy' August: t 11. 1141.! 31 proper 1 feeble excuse. And would a woman Will she just enter the gate, and proclaim I i we are not monarchists. but Americans.-
Sir S. and had colloquy. young t
to Canning, placed 'The( they roared in the hoarse tones
-- -- --------- _.. with the shrillness her iniiiation proof
vanity, own
and that is
---- --- a moment reflect she embraced
the Mediterranean fleet his which pause
Medical' Notice. at disposal, her in the of knowledge !. of the coming tempest. Every eye was benton
has by this time sailed for the Dardanelles. The Frankfort (Ky.) correspondent of ihe.Louisville by one whose bosom is burning with own proficiency mysteries her restrained

H n. WIRT, M. P. *, L. CALL, M. !>. have also for( that France Journal frays that a son Thomas I passion, and whose heart pulsates with the ] Or will she press to the innermost -every upraised arm
reason repeating breathless ensued. At this Revolu.
]DHS. WIRT fc CALL have associated themselves H. Benton stabbed :Mr. Lyons, of Louisville \\'orotdesires ofour nature-she would shrink, shrine, among those true-hearted and meek- paused
j i
has imitated the conduct of and that '
the practice Medicine! Surgery, &c., and England, tionary in France scarce a family resi.
last Mr.\ Benton about with horror from such contamination if I souled worshippers, whose candle goeth not perio I
utr..rtht'ir'n'irt'li to the public. the most perfect unanimity exists, between the slightly night. was holy dent had deemed it to .
from the of the I she woman's virtue. out by night. prudent provide i I
OIlICe:: over Drug; Store Monticello,Florida. two accompanying a lady parlor possesses true
powers. themselves with an Americaa flair, and
Auznd:: 3>>, 14 $. 3 ly Wessiger House to her room. Mr. Lyons Would Young females, these interrogations are .
I a woman, or woman,
FRANCE.In young
any in hurrying from Paris by a
for With it is the time away mere
to them. Mr.\ Benton offended emphatically you. you
proposed join was j I permit a man to embrace her thus in a private
MEDICAL NOTICE. consequence of the illness of M. Falloux, of culture, the day of hope. Suffer not the chance, the lady in question stripped tbe ban.
at the and after in "
proposition, I
soon who she had only known few day,
a
1 parlor from its staff and rolled it
the discussion in the Assembly on the Italian the of indolence, to ner : up in a package i
Dr. Charles T. an adjoining parlor, the stabbing took place. just been introduced to ? No. Is alurement. temptations
I Darby question and the affairs of the River Platte, to. or perhaps oblation on the altar of wisdom. she carried with her. In the desperate
prevent your hop
RESPECTFULLY announces to the public in een-' gether with the American and Turkish dis. Queen Victoria's Piano.-The splendid pi- it any more excusable in a public Hall, and I Come while the dews of the morning are that it might possibly stand her instead sbE ;4

permanently located' him!>ell in putes, has been postponed. The only allu. ano of her Majesty Queen Victoria is com. I where hundreds can witness the indecency fresh about The meridian ab. unfolded and raised it aloft. On one of its
Monticello, Florida, and will be found at all timf'li.ulltelll I you sun may
veneered with in wheels, of from I No. It is even worse.' If such amorous white written in large letter Les
Elats
made
,'rofenionallyenFaeed.! Strict attention ill sion in any of the papers received to pletely ivory, sorb your vigor, or find you toiling in different stripe ,
fourteen: to seventeen feet in length and thirty i amusements are to be indulged in, public decency Unis d' the United Slates of
be paid to all professional calls. the difficulty between the French and American and more sterile fields. May you not }be Amerique- A-

May 5,1S49. IS governments, is the following, copied from inches and upwards in width, from a single requires that it should be done in the constrained to adopt the lamentation, "my merica. The display of the national ensign,

the Paris Presse : elephant's tooth! by a spiral process peculiar :I dark. : own vineyard have I not kept." A time will proving beyond question the origin of their I

GEO. W. UUTCHINS Some explanations of the affair are ne.cessarv. to M.\ PapeIt is also encrusted and orna. I We have watched these scenes during the : come, should your days be prolonged, when prisoners, had a most cltrorinarr, a perfectly .

AUCTIONEER The French Government demandsan mented /by the rarest woods, forming original I last few weeks, with fur more than ordinary I life may seem like a twice told! tale, when the magical effect on powder.begrimed I

indemnification for the losses caused to designs and rendering it worthy of its place in interest ; we have interest ; we have inten- I present and the future disrobed of novelty, the mob around them. Off flew hats and caps i

T4L141MSSEE,114. French subjects! by the war in .\1 ex ico. This the new palace of her majesty. dended to denounce them as immoral and mind will turn for enjoyment to the past.- I i cheers rent tbe air-rire les Amcricains I.1;

REFER; TO demand having met with some difficulty, the There is lady in Boston whowon't among the most corrupting influences of the Liy then, a deep foundation and collect a I rire le drapean de la liberte-long live the )

Messrs. H. Boon J. W. ARCVLE, D. WILSON, I French Government charged\ Minister a temperance day;and we therefore have paid particular Americans live the of
our to store fruits for this of II -long flag liberty, bJ
shoemaker because he imperishable season
"a
to
F. 11. FLAC.U.T.J. I Hooho.N and J. T. .'.RCUU,. speak a usesa attention to the subject, in order that we
the American Government that shouted fiom countless rude throats. The
announce to Convinced
that
in his business. Globe. retrospection. knowledgeis
March 10, IM'J.\ lu punch write and with mind I
a unpreju.diced
the indemnification claimed would be kept might coolly, wildest enthusiasm seized tbe :tumultuousbut
upon 1
seek it
-- ---- when it be obtained ;
We know another of the craft whom a la. in favor of truth and morality.The .- power may ,
LEWIS & AMES, back out of the annuities not yet due, out of she except and so use it that all within the sphere of gallant men. They entreated a r';
refused
day to marry, having as alleged, waltzing scenes which we have there
the 25 million francs 'for which we were the influence be thousand pardons for their unthinking violence
DEALERS conscientious scruples against talking a cob. witnessed : fit for those splendid your may prompted by your ex. ,. i
ar only par. i
debtors of the United States. and in their frenzy fell on their knees, kissed :
the attainment of moral
ample to excellence rJ
DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, bier." That tIle sole and the ,
was reason, lors' where women congregate, whose virtueis
I, "It appears that the letter written on the the of" honor I the hands of the ladies, and would but for ,
to glor
it. Window Glass fellow has heard the last of it.- lost and whose lives abandoned pursuit ), immortalityand
Toilet Articles, Perfumery, poor never forever are their \
subject by M. Poussin was couched in rather eternal life." earnest remonstrances, have carried J

PAINTER: *' BUPKHES AND COLORS, unsuitable language, of which the French Boston Post.A to all that is loathsome in sin. them home in triumph. As it was, they de. h r (

Apothecaries Glass sire Ac.f"P Government maintaining the claim, has ex. postmaster in Pennsylvania, on entering If a woman must Waltz it should only be The death of the Grand Duke Michael, tailed a formidable guard, and, following the t t )

HE above constantly on hand and for sale at the pressed its disapproval." his house in the night, a few days "'go; foundan at a social gathering at home, with her hus. brother of the Emperor of Russia, appears to American flag, which was mounted on lance: t J

J, lowest market prices. the of M. infant / the which band, brother or particular friend who prizes escorted amid token of and I 6'
LEWIS & AMES. As was expected, proposal Napo. /'oyon door.step, some. have strongly affected the monarch. The they every respect
and loves her for the
Tallahassee November 20, 1S47. 18 leon Bonaparte had not met the approval of body had left there. Being asked how he her virtue as a jewel, pu. Grand Duke was seized with apoplexy whilston homage the ralef,1 objects of their demo ,

the committee to which it was referred. accounted for this incident, he replied that rity of her heart. horseback, and died on the morning of the cratic sympathies again to their longed as

CHARLES H. BUNTING, They declared that the return of the Bourbonsand the mails were very irregular all over the These are sober truths, and we urge them. 10th ult., at Warsaw. The violence of the for residence. h

rD.E iin ii amnesty to the insurgents of Jane: being country."-notion Port. with all earnestness and sincerity upon Mothers Emperor's grief was extreme, and seems to Nothing could more happily confirm all my '

J included in the same proposition established who have the true maternal feelings for have countenance which speculations on ibe reality of French affectionfor I
given to
Ireland. How Order is Preserved. At an opinion
his professional' cervices to the citizens their Let them not quiet their
daughters.
OFFERS Florida. He will attend with den- an unbecoming assimilation of the two parties present there are about 39,000 troops, (in. that that their has been more than once expressed, that the America, which is found, to be sure only' t
minds by poisonous opiate,
patch to any calls that: may be made upon him, and mentioned, and unanimously decided on re. eluding Militia, staff, &c.) in Ireland. Be. belles and that Czar's reason could scarcely stand beneath amongot the masses, since the upper classes' I rt
by
are participating
t eiforrn. with care and skill, operations entrust* commending the Assembly not to take it Under daughters the or excitement of any strong emo. are naturally devoted to aristocratic privil-
force there ( pressure
l to him. His moderate and liberal side this impobing arc 21,800 en. in all these scenes they will secure a''
) prices will be as consideration. tion. the continued applicalinn of eggs, and seek alliance with anything lint ,
Only by
as they can be made consistently. His residence rolled pensioners, and 12,700 police. Total, wealthy and fashionable husband. They had ?
democratic rK
Moniteur announced the whole could the communities.-Democratic RcA .
at present is Quincy.where communicationswill The appointmentof 04,500 men.Scratch better see these blossoms of innocence and ice to his head during a night,
be received by him,and immediately attended to. Lucien Murat as Minister to Turin, and M.\ Emperor be calmed.A n f
the green rind of a sapling, or virtue suffering in po\'ert-ay, and laid in ? *
Bois Le Compt!, now Minister at Turin, as
REFERENCES: : Minister\ : Plenipotentiary to Washington. But wantonly twist it in the soil, and a scarred the grave, with their hearts untarnished! than Paris letter in the New York Herald, citizen uf t San Francisco died insolventlast (*

Gen Hon. C.CHARLES H. DuPONT W. DOWNING Dr. DAVIDSON Tallahassee., the fact was stated, of which there was no and crooked oak will tell oft thee for centuries luxuriating in wealth, and infested by pol. under date of October 5th, says : .Col the fall to the amount of $41,000. His administrators .

Col. W.T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. L. SHIELDS, doubt, that the Government was totally ignorant to come. How forcibly does this beautiful lution. Poverty is no disgrace. Christ him. revolver,' has thought proper, in revowlutionary were delayed in settling his af.

!K. E. GIBSON. Esq., Kev. J. PHELPS, of what had passed in America when I. figure teach the necessity of giving right tendencies self passed through 'he worst scenes of pau. times, to offer his invention to this fair and his real estate advanced s rapidly ,

Mr. THOMAS II. HODGKISS,Quincy. Le Compt was named. to the mind. perism,from his humble birth place in a stable government. He is here, and has had seve. in value meantime that after his debts were

August 1f, tfH9. 31-3m at Bethlehem, to the terrible consummationof ral interviews with the Minister of War andno paid his heirs have income ? ,
a yearly of $40 .
The loss experienced by the commerce of Gen. Duff Green, it is stated, has gone to !
------- -------- his glorious mission on Mount Calvary, doubt will a large order fur these 000\ 'these facts are .
indubitably attested.
Paris, in consequence of the revolution of Feb. Nashville, to get the Legislature to grant him procure
MILLER & BROKAV'SLi whose moral height no man can measure. for the French So much
ruary, amounts to 589 million francs, as com. Banking Privileges, lo enable him to raise shooting-irons army; Soloqnfs the black Emperor of has
its base is the earth, its ill : Hayti,
fir though on top and abroad.Its .
: & Sale Stable, pared with the returns of 1847, when the to. the meant to continue his work on the East for American enterprise invention forwarded $: ,000 to London lo purchase
in the heaven of heavens. The angels .
lost
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. _- tal amount of the foreign trade was 2019 mil. Tennessee and Georgia Rail Road.A hover around the dazzling summit, strugglingin the influence world." is perceptible in every country in a crown. The Senate fixed his Salary atC

THE subscribers have moved up to their fire.prool lion francs. railroad is proposed, extending from ;Mo. vain to scale its highest point, which has I 8150,000 but subsequentYadded) S ,OOO, for
,.
Stables, and take this. in. said that the Government is to recall for
it a
opportunity t to It pin money the So much for
form their friends and the public of the leave bile by Gerard. Ala., and Columbus, Ga., to never 'yet been fanned by even as immortal There is a man up country, says an exchange I Empress.
and
generally of ihe in Italy to adww'on "a nigger'a'Emperor.
ftft. Being/: tlunktul lor the liberal patronage they portion army Vecctia.A Macon, by means of which the travelling time wing. The Divine eyo alone embraces its who always pays for fail paper in ad. being f
.
hIVe heretofore received, they solicit a continuance of 10,000 men at CivUa from Mobile to Savannah would be reducedto length and breadth, and depth and height." van ele has never bad a sick day in his A calculation made by William Darby

of for lite!sauie, and pledge themwlvestospire no pain single: regiment it to occupy tbe castle of 35: hours. This was the ghastliest picture that was ever life, never any corns or toothache, his potatoes esq., the Geographer, goes to show that if I ho '

them the accommodation Their Stables are of those situated who may patronise St. Angelo, and the Spaniard: are lo enter JMfsxouri Senator.-CoJ. Doniphan is spoken engraved in the book of Time ; this was the never rot, the wevil never eats his National Monument at Washington be eleva. r

Square,in the most convenient pail t 01 Washington the lowq.trid Rome. .. ad. of ai the probable Senator from Missouri gloomiest wave that ever broke over the world. wheat, the frost never kills his corn or beans, tad lo five hundred feet, its apex will.be visible
d received
tor comfort and convenience,they cannot be ur- The French,Government fa in case Mr. Benton'i friends are not ableto All this was within sight of one of the most his babies never cry in the night, and his wife at a distance of twenty.seven and. a half #
,
}'asadby, any Stable in the Southern country.. vices from Rome to the 4th inst. It is report. majority in the next Legislature. magnificent of eastern cities but the SOil of never scolds miles-

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TilE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL.p I I individual I bare an honorable path to (::alnIJa s.tt, .lori'a : i but upon these have'gradually! diminishedn &
'J ursue. Once Governor of a generous counry The profound interest now universally fet mport : Mr. S. E. Church, a prominent
from 1,195,000 bales to Freesoilfr rand
i the last four
-I leave no heritage to my children-they R. B. HILTON C. E. DYKE, i in ,our great staple! ;its price and prospects, induces years Barnburner} of New York, Ixrihune
of
; ;|J!" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, t shall, nt least, hare an unsullied name.God's EDITORS AJCD PROPRIETOR& U to displace other matter by the subjoined 499OOO-with minution this coming every probability January. a great di.'l with what.the editor appar ascataln ib: .

BY HILTON & DYKE, will be done. I am prepared lo die : *
--- ---- --- -- j article from the Charleston Mercury We confess that we cannot see any source review of the course of the Freesoilers j in col

., ':.ST J.'..: TJ whom all___comrannicition--_ [houM! be addressed. but J i injurious as I think to Turkt"vho&this measure interest dishonorable I sincere! and Saturday, November 10, 1840.TALLUIASSEC written a few days since, but previous to the from whence an adequate supply to the consumption alescing with the Democratic party ,Of.Jfew

I:i:! Tcnn'-83 per annum, In Advance. I 1KOSSUTti'S 1 ly have at heart, "and as I feel it my duly to : -- -=::=-: :-- -==- = l late and exciting intelligence by the Hibernia : of Great Britain it ca,1 from this this year be York. He charges that the union is ao Du.

i' .. _______________ _ _' save my companions in exile, if [ can, from a I COTTOX )fAlKET. jvor.C obtained. She cannot get coun. manly desertion of the Free
i:., I have the. 1 OTTON-ITS PROSPECTS-DEMANDS AND t try without wresting it a ihigh prices, (which DemOlt ofolher
', LETTER TO LORD PALMERSTON. J JWIDUEN degrading alteratrn., ; applied to 1 10-Prices range from DJ| toOj! cents, according SUPPLY. would be the necessary consequence of such States, and involves a toal surrenderor
t Grand Vizier in and
a conciliatory manner,
., (Turkey' ,) Sept. 20. i to quality.' Receipts for the lat week The from a competition,) from others whose wants areas principles. He asserts that
:: l look also the liberty to )' to Sir Stratford late intelligence Europe, quoting Freesoi
f Your Excellency is, no doubt, already' informed Canning and General .\alI for their gene. 1 1053 bales. an extensive demand, and an advance in the urgent as her own ; and from other countries .The Freesoil party does no J belong to NV.
of the fall of
my cmntr-unhappJ aiJ the nct. In full price Cotton, is cheering to the prospects of t we have seen that the average supplies Ynrk-id not originate -011' "CW
: rous against tyrannic re hert; .
of better fate. TRIAL MeJtDEIt.-Ihe trial of Enoch no
Hungary assuredly worthy a rou would be while there is
inadequate did l
l on (the noble sentiments and ,the Planter, and promises a continuance of utterly net originate with DEXOCR.C "
,.;:\ It was! not prompted by the ,.piritof disorder, lance generous Sever for the murder of C. Hand is that be increased. at all
principles of Jour Excellency, I by, which as Anthony l fair prices for the future. The importance of not probability they can I I t had inception in Whig hearts, and at ,th'
: J the am1itious'iews of faction it not lt
::' .- or) .... ; was well as through your wisdom, you have secured i now going on in the Circuit Court for Leon the Cotton trade, the probable demand and When we reflect on the primary national importance Philadelphia Whig National Conrention.
induced i
rc'OuiionarIf.anin.! which I
;: ..,. a J my the esteem of the civilized world, I I trust the mortal
native struggle 't
: country to accept t to he excused in incl- of and careful investigation and on the effects of a short supply on her social tho
sing two subjects exciting deep anxiety
.. : t maintained so gloriously and brought, I by nee I copies my t the prisoner, B. C. Pope and (G. W. Call, jr. and commercial condition Convention which nominated Van Burro
!
we
l ,
letters to the Grand Vizier and Sir Stratford abroad,-and certainly, from their political tnd
I\, ;":,.:: f Carious means, loso unfortunate an end. I Canning. Esq ; for the Slate, S. B. Stephens! Esq., i important bearing on the prosperity of the do not wonder at the deep anxiety awakened : Adams is stated to be as follows :

: Jungaryhadescrved&omherkingsttiebis.! : I am informed that the whole matter is a Solicitor of the Circuit, assisted b T. J. Heir,, South, shoul be not less a subject of examination by the prospects now disclosed.We I 44 On the evening oflhe day that Gen.TII.I .
of'4 for she
"t lorical epithet generous nation, )
; 1 allowed herself be in cah.l against the ministry uf Reschid Pasha, and R. B. Hilton, Esqs. The case will be : us. A fair inquiry then, into some have embraced in this examination i I I b was nominated, fifteen persons from icren

.4 t: never aud faithful adherence to surpassed her sovereigns loyalty : enemies would wish to force him to our concluded sometime in the course of to-day. i important facts affecting future prices, wi merely the comparison supply and demand, 1 I j Stares< met in the lecture-room of the same

;, :. nation in the world. ; extradition, in order to lower it in public estimation show, we think, that present rates are only as influenced I by the ordinary course of e. building where the Convention 'aihelJand
by
,; : Nothing any but the mot remhin and render impossible its' conlinu New ORLEANS, Oct. 20.-Receipts of cotton l legitimate, and that even somewhat higher vents. Speculation may rup up prices to an agreed to call a National Convention at Buf
z treachery,
.. :I. the most tyrannical oppression, and; crueltiesunheard ance in office. It is certain that in the grand I since 1st of September to dale, 102,459! may be ex pected.We extravagant height ; while, on the other falo, the second Wednesday of \uusrite. I

I council held on the 9th and 10 of September, will first view the subject in its gene. band, war and revelulinn: may intervene! lo ou distinction of party, to nominate a'candU
1' tuin the words of history-nothing,: bales ; same time in 1S43, 146,314 bales.: -
after a tumultuous debate, the majority of the ral aspect, remarking that the examination mock all calculation. We cannot reason oni: dale for the Presidency. A committee of three
but the internal doom ,annihilation to her i
% national; existence : thou. !, counci declared in fivor of our extradition, Decrease) as compared with last lear, 43,355 wi[ be confined to American Cotton, as by its such elements ; but on those which are now I il was chosen to devise a plan fur calling] the
:> preserved through a
::', sand through adversities so numerous II majority of the ministry against it. Xh prospects, al other kinds will be governed. operative, our conclusion is, that the present.
years her fatal decision was come to in consequence of the hags.C The crop !last year, the largest ever made, prices in our market are not only legitimate, I I J7tgf with only one exception. and he
able the
to to a
,J-. were arouse oppose altercation ::: The Washington Union of the inct. but considerations that admit of advance I The
;,., !stroke aimed at her life, to enable her to which took place ; but, notwithstanding amounted to 2,729,000 bales. For every rest upon J t man. Barnburners had no hand

I. l' repulse the tyrannical very! assault of the ungrite- the ministry thought, fit to make us the report that Madame Bodisco bale of this there has been a demand, and and that for the future the producers i i in calling the Convention at Bufiato."

: fill Hapsb-jrghs: or to accept the struggle; for the revolting suggestion I have named. has published a card denying the banishment, that not ofa speculative character, but to meet may look for remunerating returns for their i In regard to the act by which the coaKtlcn!

," : life' honor anJ forceJ !her. This mode of solving the difficulty would I of her huslnnd I the of Russia the actual wants of consumption.Let l labor and capiral I about
., liberty uj/>on by Emperor to I was brought Mr.( C. says :
not, I am the be. then examine first what the ,
ministry us
". And she has nobly fought lhat holy battle, in L I i! cause a protection con\'incedIH1e only given, in contradiction Siberia. The Union says, We have seen: probable the coming season wilJe: "There will be few democrats in office "The fact is simply I tli3! The Hunker!
which with the aid God, she sUlpl.for
ailed, Almighty. whom;; crushed pre I of the Sultan's generous feeling, at the price no such card, nor (as we suspect) will any The stock in Northern and when Congress meets. It is said that Major held their State Convention at Srracu.se, and
agaimtu.tri.t, we to t
I of five thousand Christians abandoning their appear." The same however, contradicts Southern seaports on 1st Sept.was Hobble, First Assistant Post Master General, I after laying flown the old Baltimore platform
the earth, landing! firm, oven! when attacked I paper
; J! faith would be and Mr.( Washington, Sixth Auditor, are i in the most offensive form-denouncing the ,
/ I by the Russian giant, in the consciousness of revolting to the whole chris. it on the authority of the Russian Legat J2,73Ih. logo a*
1 i l han world, and prove hardly' calculated twin < In the interior towns of the South, 21lbG out. in a week or two under a decision of the itation of tbe Slavery question as an 'anti.
justice, in our hope in God, and in our hope, inn in Washington. The originated "' '
story
for of the Cabinet. Correspondence Republican test -associating Abolitionism
I sympathies Turkey in the event Admitting present crop as one. Washington
lord in the of
my and glorious, nation generous, the natural f feeling supporter Jour great ofj war with Russia, which, in the opinion of the with the Washington correspondent of the N. fourth short of last )ear-and it the Charleston Courier. o I' with Federalism in its aim to obliterate 'ihe

1' most experienced Turkish statesmen, is approaching Y. Courier & Enquirer.Kossuth's wi be 2.017,500 The forewarns the inhabitants ancient Jandmarks'approring and
justice and humanity: throughout ihe world.- j Apocalypse the c01fr.
i i course and conclusions
fast. ------------ lag of
:.;. But this is over; what tyranny began 'has: | of the earth and sea of an impending woe, in-
;' }been by treachery concluded : on ail bides !\ ,As to my native country, Turkey does, I 1 Ialrearly I Letter-Mahomedanism. Total supply to Sept. 1st, 1350, 2,214,420b. Convention at Rome'-reiterating that they
'believe feel the We have estimated the : asmuch a certain very }bad character is I I 'did not regard the Slavery question in
abandoned, my poor country has fallen not I loss oflhe. nt>gll'ctedClportunil I In another column, we publish a truly eloquent crop at but one. a any

,... through the overwhelming power ol"t\\'o gleat )' of having given to Hungary at and noble letter from Louis Kossuth, fourth short, which we think a full estimate, among them having great wrath, because heJcnoiccth form of its agitation, or any opinion in relation

moral help to enable it lo check considering the accounts received from all that he but short time.- thereto, as a test of political faith or a rule of
empires, but by the faults, and I may say l by the unfortunate Hungarian Governor to Lord I hatl a very
I political action1and '
the advance that all .
.' the treason, of her own ions. I of the common enemy. But I it sections of the Cotton growing country.- The feelings and position of the declaring ef
.: .'. To these untoward I God that appear to me that it would be a very ill-ad I'almerston, time British Secretary of Foreign I Hence, it is evident that julie demand of this personage forts of Abolitionists and others, made t
events, I t' here alluded the inhabitants of
unhappy he the pray sacrifice vi s'd mode of gaining I Hungarian sympathy Affairs. I uill be read with painful and in. season equtls that of the last, the supply will to, a respects : I induce Congress lo interfere with questions of
countiy only ,
my ,
-. and that the true iaten may."t of peace, freedom : by sending me to an Austrian scaffold, and J ''teme interest by every American.: The Turkish I all short of it by 500,000 bales. the earth and sea, it is likely, meets a similitude Slavery, or take incipient steps in relation

: and civilization: throughout the world, may' foicing my unhappy companions to abjure I Government t, it \ be seen, consents t lo The next inquiry is, what will be the pro. in those Taylorism at the present epoch I I thereto, ought not ti, be countenanced by any
'i friend
: be involved in their religion, or accept the same aheral '.'. i liable demand 1 as relates to Democratic Thc ofourpolitcalinstitutions'atier unan.
not fate.Mr. .
our unhappy
i.. Francis Pulsk.our 'I No fi lends to the Tudd h government would!( : protect the refugees; on the condition that they j Our Home consumption will require' viz : ofce.lllder. I imously resolving all this nominated John, .4.

:.' London diplomatic agent t ; spring up ri'ol blood shed by her broken renounce the Christian religion and] embrace i For Northern Manufactures Whig papers threaten a general sweep, by j t Lotr, Levi S. Cbalfield, Daniel Clark, Frerf.
in bas received :20,000
to the cans.1, of this Midd ample
change in the affairs of Hungary, and is in. I hear will, I an* sine, excuse my having, called!;1 ; this infamous proposition.) "Between death! -For France and the Contincnt month, of the Democrats remaining in office. t! lives of these principles, and their candidates

attention to our unhappy fate since i it' GOO.OOO) doubtless lhat the of for ofce. To efiect a Union' in the party,
your .
RlriicteJ\ to communicate it to your' Excellency, j and shame," says he, the choice can neither i ij I apparent reign Whiggery : ered .
has ri they us ihe gentlemen above
: now assumed political importance. Abnndoned Great Britain 1,000,000( ) named,
if i is be brief. Its defeat in and
you are graciously: pleased to receive the be dubious to Virginia I
in this by the whole j i nor difficult. Go\'cro of Hungary I offering to receive a like number from us, of
name. It is not antipathy to Austria, thoughFO I : unocalland Connecticut ils discomfiture in Maine Tennessee
world the and ejected to that' the I Icuntidence Total demand 4 well-known and acceptable
.... well merited! at the 'hands of : evrn firlt dlltils humanity give high place by 2,250,000() Democrats'they
Hungu-i
L
rian, but a true conviction which every makes me ':' us no promise' of protection unless my lord I, I of fifteen millions of my country Georgia, and Indianna, its reverses in I I eight to constitute one ticket, be 'faithfulysupported'

say, that even Austri has lost far inure I by :, urn and your generous nation come forwaidto men, I know well what I owe to the honor ofrny ,; Th accounts up to October 12, state. the Maryland, Ohio, and Kentucky, and its overwhelming by both parties, and 4 no questions

protect us. II stock of American Cotton in Liverpool at t overthrow in while asked. This proposition is ACCEPTED, and
JI victory, gained: through; Russian: ; aid, than even in exile. Even Pennsylvania,
What t it be that country as a private bales. At the is now the basis of the Coalition in
expedient : rate of her existing
she would have lost in mel,lied defeat throughhonorable steps may you individual I have UD,2Gf present they fill it with great wrath, leave it little room I
should ls ke, what0 have right lo expect I an honorable path t tot I conurnptu it would be sufficient but for this State.
:
position of arrlin a first-rate t'mt'nt.power Fallen, she from has now her 1 from the well-known generosity of England I| I pursue. Once governor of a generous coun. twelve weeks, and leave little or no stock on to doubt that its time is sJiort. I it strange .The great feature of our party was 'anti.

', t forfeited her self consistency, and has sunk ': it would! I be hardly fitting for me to enter Oi. I try-I leave no heritage: to my children-they I hand on the 1st January next. Allowing I that with so much to sour its temper, Taylor. Slavery'the [great weapon, Agitation. Tho

into the obedient instrument; of Russian! ambition !11 I place m)own and my'coinpan bitS'late I in your shall, at least t, have. an unsullied name." I that all the Cotton shipped from our ports from i ism should! be frantic with rage ? Surely not t I great' feature on the other side, non intervcolion .

and of Russian Commands. I hands, my lord, and in the name of humanity), I cannot be that England and France will! suffer I r. 1st September to 15th November is received.1 at all. Its savage gloating over its quivering, -the bond of union, Silence."

\: t II ow rn)self under the protection of England before ihe 1st January, lot more than 50,000
:
Russia only has gained at this sanguinarygame ; the be trembling victims, is quite accountable-almost Cuba
surrendered
to
{ Time presses; -our doo-n may in a few patriots up to Aus- bales can be added to the stock in Liverpool ; Treaty.
: she has ca.pl
extented and
1"" .: influence- in the East of strengthened her' : be sealed. I am a man, ) lord, prepared; trian and Russian cruelty, or that they shall;l for up to this period, since 1st September, but't excusable.As The Washington Republic, the organ: of the

on* already, in a fearful Europe, and with threat: t.b ', to face the worst ; and I can die with a'free be protected by the Sultan only on the condition 1. I 23,000 bales has been shipped to Great Brit to the great amount of !lamentation I present Administration, quotes, as if with acquiescence
manner, out.'
look at Heaven, I have lived. But I aiii, and it i is not likely that it will exceed 50
R4 am z zi ,- the Democrats, think
we
our Whig
( that they abjure the religion of their fathers. among ; and
: stretching arms, not only the integrity, but the doubtless for I the justification
also lord husband and father 000 bales IJ 15h November. Thus'
II rny a son ; m : Great
moral basis, of the Turkish I ) } friends are mistaken. Believing that the palpable .
4 empire. of Gen.
}
!: poor true-hearted uife. my children, and in Britain will begin the coming year with a I Taylor's Cuba proclamation, the fol.
; May it please you, my lord, communicate c i noble old mother, arc wandering about Hun- We find in an interesting letter on European p. smaller stock of American Cotton in Liverpool : violation of what the country understood I i lowing sentence from a late number or the

.:':, to Jour the Excellency Turkish a Government most revolting at conditionwhich the j Sar3' They will probably soon fall into the affairs published in the Journal of Com than since the the year 1H24-, (when ihe to be his solemn pledges by General Taylor I I London Times : .A specif treaty exists, to

:, suggestion ; i i hands oflhose Austrians who'-delishl in tot. i averave price Upland in Liverpool was 8!id, would sink his administration .
the we
of Russia is about to merce, following particulars of the rrcrp.I i inevitably which France, Spain, England, and the United .
: impose us '
upon .1 luring even feeble woman, and with whom the and advanced afterwards to llfd. and with I
j ; t ) fear that the Democrats rather than
homeless" exiles. lion of the the rejoiced I
; I proposition by Hungarian States which the
poor !, innocence childhood is no protection against; Pal a less probable supply, in prportion to her 1 I are parties,JJY dependency
: I, (the governor unhappy Hungary, after! riots to embrace Mahomedanism wept to see him place himself so completely
of Cuba the
!, persecutions. I conjure your Excellency, i inIhe ( : consumption, than has ever existed. I to mother country of Spain is

". ,. cst having, I believe fulfilled! to as the a good last citizen and hone ( lame of I the Most I High, to put a stop to Some of the refle's at Wid'Iln' }havei But it may be said that our data are mere in their power. For, say what his friends I I especially guaranteed." The fact: of the existence .
man, I t to
country had no choice left me my between duty the my I' 'these cruelties I by jour powerful mediation i, adopted the ) f.ilh in order to seI suppositions, and cannot be reasoned upon as may, there is no doubt that the people at large II of this treaty has been more than: questioned

repose of the grave and the inexpressible! ;.an.guich : j i and especially to accord to my wife and children I.I I- I! cure themselves against t any danger of being i fact Short crops," it is said, .are expected Gen. Taylor to be a no-party President I by Democratic papers. As jet we
(I an asjluni) on the soil of the generousI delivered to the Russian Government. A l with short and )!I
of j onymous consumption, heaven the mark for in
expatriation. ( save
I al. ; one sense I I have: met with no evidence that such is in
English people. letter dated the I I any
25th ult. that
leforecntering calculations fallacious which
: !Many\ of'my brethren in :misfortune had preceded IItatt.s are assume he is almost,) and expected him to head an I
me on the Turkish territory. 1 fij'l. As to rny people-my loved and noble coun. the Tmkish! territory official assurances I. the consumption will go on as before, under an I being. If; however, the United States is a

". lowed thither in the hope that I should be try-must she too, peii:h for ever. Shal were given by the Turks to Kossuth, thai anvance of 40 to 50 percent in prices. Al 1 i anti-proscriplite administration. To disap. party to any such agreement, her object doubt.

to pass to England; and there, under permitted I j she, unaided, abandoned to her fate, ut i- he and his fellow-refugees were wecomeuebt | calculations of this kind must, in their point the country in this expectation, was to( less was: to prevent the island, in whose fate

," the protection of the English people-a Pr(r). \ avenged, be doomed to annihilation by her t ty- ,, and should be allowed to proceed t to be partly speculative ; but that short crops are make the condemnation of Taylorism certain. from its proximity and importance we are so
rants 1 Will England her become of the I
once hope, not world. The
part refugees with short
any were the his-
]
,
lection never denied to I synonymous consumption It is to be that should shed
yet persecuted man her consolation hardly expected we : much interested, from falling into the hands of
: ? alarmed
allowed to for a while wearied subsequently) by intelligence that the tory of Cotton falsifies. Under the short
repose my ; The political interests of civilized Europe and Austrian many tears of regret over a policy so fatal to: other of
,
head on the hospitable shore of I Husill envois had demanded crops of 1 82D. ;1.39 consumption steadily increased any European power-especially

island. Jour nappy so many \eighty considerations respecting the delivery of the Poles and Hungarians, and I I' and only decreased under those of its authors. And the removal of every Democrat Great Britain herself/ Surely no one can

England herself, and chiefly the maintenanceof : that a council had decided in favor of 1833 and thus will make chance for half dozen
: But even with these views, I would rather granting, 40 : being three to two against a a have the folly and credulity to believe bat our
IhJ Ottomiin: empire Ire too intimately I the demand, though the Turkish ministers the truth of the assertion. We do I
hive surrendered myself to my deadliest enemy I not bring others, when that party. comes into power- has bound itself
than to difficulties the bound up with the existence of Hungary f for strongly opposed it ; but thai al admitted I lhat(I in the short crop <>f 1817, because consumption government by any compactto
cause Turk
to that
is consolation which
any a they would not
: ish Government, whose situation: I well knewbow I me to lose all hope. My lord, may God; the none who houl embrace Moslem faithu I was affected by other causes than the relation II so put down or prevent a revolutionary movement

) to appreciate, and therefore( did not i in. ..Imight.GJr many years shield 3011, that ))> could possibly delivered to infidels. The of demand and supply. Regarding the many of them, have, were a different course in behalf of independence, either on the

may lung protect) the unfortunate, that to ministry despatched reverend rnollah. that advance pursued by old Zack. Doubtless the gentlemen .
trude on llitf Turkish territories, without a to ex- position in prices must check! part of Cubans or an other people. The
pre. j I be the guardian ofthe rights, of freedom and arnine the refugees separately, and to consumption, it is at all times difficult to fix removed take it in )
cases
expose
:, viously inquiring) ; whether I and my cornpan. I many unkindly ; United States may very well object to the
humanity. I subscribe mself with the mOlt tht'1 the state of the case, whilst timorous the height to which they must to have this
ions in misfortune would be willingly;; received, I go but other Democrats are well content that I it transfer of Cuba from
I and a and harm
.. perfect respect friends in secondary
and the of the Sultan Constantinople recommended the, effect. But the past history of Cotton would
protection granted too should be so as they think themselves
We received the assurance that we we IS.re (Signed.) L. KOSSUTII adoption of the suggestion as the only means show that present prices in Liverpool may be they less power like Spain, to a government possessing .

welcome guests, and should enjoy the full protection Tcltgrolu'J-- -fur-- lIlt---U/iarltttott-- ----Courier.- of salvation. No words can express the con. j considerably advanced, even up to 8d! with have just as good a prospect of being providedfor the strength and disposition to do us

-. ofbiiJajehtj':\ the Padisha, who would T/tc Minister Bolisco.-Ihe X. sternation of the community at this Intel!I. out affecting consumption. During the years in 1852 as those now dismissed from service injury. But owing our own national existence

I ;,. rather sacrifice 50,000 of his own subjects,I Y. luyttian Enquirer, of the 30lh tilt., con. gence.Better Many of the Hungarians exclaimed.I, from 1833 to 1833 the average price of goo I ; which would not be, were these distnis- to a successful revolutionary: movement, we

than to allow one hair of our heads to be in I hams a letter, dated Washington, 28lh Oct., the Russians than the AuMrians- Upland Cotton in Liverpool was 8jd, I, ions not now to occur.V0ULDN'r I should
jured. stated to be from an undoubted source giving' better Mahomedanism than the Russians ;"_ iud, 7d, 7d, and yet consumption steadily I present to the world a strange, example

.. .. It was only' upon this assurance that we (he information that M. Bodisco, RussianMinhter and there appeared some prospect of the whole advanced. An advance to 8jd! in the Liverpool .. BE BRIBED.-The Washington I, of inconsistency were we to attempt to restrict

II passed into the Turkish territory, and according to the United States, has been ba camp embracing Islamism. A council of the market, we believe, would be no check. correspondent of the Charleston Courier : the privilege of revolution, on the part of a
chiefs was immediately held at Kossuth's The rises in the of the manufactured; says
tin
ihe price
to islied Siberia the
generous assurance! wo to Kussian
were re.ceivcd by ( Emperor, people more than ever
and tended on ourjourney, received in I the ground that he owned in America i- where Bern at once declared that his life wm Isdevoted article would soon compensate for the advance I is rumored that the Secretary declared 1, infinitely oppreslt
properly the North American colonies.
the late election were
in
to
..... ::: WidJen u the Sultan's guest, and treated which was a violation of the laws.The to hostility to the Russians, and that in the ra\material. previous Pennsylvania,
Iussial he that if the State did not elect the
.!- l';' hospitably during four weeks, whilst wailing difico'cryas made by Emperorthrough mollah eagerly accepted the I the suggestion. The It is, ho.rever, questionable whether Great didate for Canal Commissioner, it Whig would car note LABORERS ix CALIFORMA.-The fallowing

.' t from Constantinople further orders as lo the the intervention of a at Wash promised at same time the mali It. Britain can lessen her consumption and get
: spy tencncc of their rank and the liberal allowance: > entitled to an increase of the tariff as I to: short extract from a San Francisco letter
: continuation of our sad journey. to some distant Bodisco! J has thus been ruthlessly torn on with even :larger supply of our Cotton "
f" customary in ihe Turkish! armies. Generals her iron. which find in shows that as
.
shore. from his family. It is stated that he had set- ,. than we have allowed, or than she can possi- 4 we an exchange
;:;i Even Ambawadors of England and tied a largo estate on his wife. J\melel anti ten came to the same resolution lily obtain. The old cry of working short The Democracy of Pennsylvania refused yet it is considered no disgrace to labor in that

4i'. France, to whom ventured in the name of Madam Bodisco has published a card, pro. and several personages were for tempo. time,"-"supplies from I India,"-u unrernune- Mr. Meredith's! bribe, and elected the Demo. land of Ophir. Every body works, and the

.4 : humanity, to appeal 1, were so kind as to as. flouncing the report of the exile of her bus- he rising. When reminded Kos his uth'8 turn came to speak, rative prices for her manufactures," &c. will cralic candidate for Canal Commissioner by harder they work, the greater dust they kick
briefly in
: : sure me of their full sympathy. band a hoax. She has a letter from him by companions his expressive no doubt be resorted to for the purpose of re.
that
: .. His Majesty\ the Sultan, was also so gracious the Europa, in which it is stated that ho ex. language, that now, in a strange laud, ducing prices ; but she cannot play this game 12,500 majority. Of course noble old up :"

.. to decided the where all authoritative bonds were sundered, Commonwealth will not now be entitled to Men do thing here for Ex-
as give a negative to in. pected to be in Washington in ninety days. successfully now. Such trumpery contrivan.ccs any money.
human preicntions of our extradition dcman. ---- each one was at liberty to act according to hisown must soon be altogether abandoned. The an increase of( the tariff as to her iron !I" Alderman Pickett, of your city, (Boston,) i is

2 .., ded by Russia and Austria. To prove Gen. Taylor's ability as a writer, \'ic\I, but that, for his pat, welcome if interest at stake is of too great magnitudeto The same sagacious correspondent discloses here with his family, and is running a scow

.... But a fresh letter from his :Majesty\ (he Czar his partizans asserted,during the canvass, that needs be, the axe or gibbet, but curses on the be hazarded on the success of this a haggling another movement of the and small boat about the harbor, and making

'., ; arrived in Constantinople, and its consequence the court martial upon which he served al. tongue that dares to make him so infamous a on 3d or 4d advance in the price of the raw Washington authorities" money. Prof. Shepherd, of one of the Eastern
,
If,: was the suggestion sent to us by an express ways employed him to draw up their opinions.In proposition. Guyon, the Irish general, fol. material with producers, who have been an. equally as creditable to them as the Colleges, is driving a team at Sacrament

\ ";t" messenger of the I Turkish I Government, t that I his speech" at Baltimore: a few days ago, lowed, declaring that no human power should nually sacrificed that her manufactures might one mentioned above, and equally a success city ; and,two young graduates of Yale College !

4 i t the Poles and Hungarians, and in particular the whig papers repoit Gen. Taylor to havo induce him to shallow even a bunch of grapes I become princes. The Spinners, if not already !. ful in its results : are driving teams about the city."

-. : \ Count Casimir said (that "during a military career, I have upon compulsion. General Dcmbinski and
... myself Bathiany, Minister ofJ I awakened to a sense of.their position, The Administration have commenced a
I ;-J Foreign Affairs of Hungary under my government never appeared before any tribunal, and have Count Zamoyski, were equally determined.The .- : will not sleep much longer. Their incredulity general sweep of all the Democratic incumbents SMALL LOANS, ON LO.NG CKEDITS.-The

, ; and the General %Iessaros and Perc- never had" occasion t > be present at? any!courtmartial. that of example about 200 of these soldiers chiefs was so effective, as to the great deficiency of the present of office. They retained Mr. II. II.Gillctt following Government loans, to be raised in

: I ;III :zel (all present here,) would 'be surrendered Boston Io.tt. had expressed their and! 40 officers who crop must soon cease, and they must go into in the office of Solicitor of Treasury, the course of a year, arc sought to be obtained

unleu we chose to abjure the faith of our The Mississippi Legislature, at its next willingness to abjure the market and purchase freely at current because he was a prominent barnburner, and in
the Europe :
soldiers
:J'). forefathers in the religion of Christ and become session, wU be called upon to elect a U. S. their Christianity intention, and there remained to a man, changed three rates, or they will bo victimised by specula. was supposet to have an influence potent (for France, 200.000,000 fr.

.J' : Musselmanc. And thus {five thousand Senator the place of Hon. Jeff. Davis only tors. "To keep the present mill power and the prevention of union between (ho barn -
.
and 120,000,000"Piedmont
.j} t' $ Christians arc placed in ihe terrible allerna- whose term expires on the 4th March, 1850. their generals resolve., some Bern took twenty officers, firm in factory hands in the f l employment," says burners and hunkers. As soon as this union Austria 105,000,000

,) :;S : live either of facing the scaffold or of purchasing I they can, within the limits of the State, find lic and it is said immediately the a pub the London Economist, which they have was, nevertheless, effected, there was no object 21,000,000 I
their live step assumes name of Tuscany, -
by abandoning their faith,- better Senator or more honorable man enjoyed the present year, a supply of Colon in retaining Mr. Gillett. Mr. Walter
they
Amurath and lsio
_c So low !il already fallen the once mighty have a right to elect him. tho ,Turks becomes who have a three.tailedpashat'iih equal to 1,791.600 bales will!! be annually required Forward, who was First Comptroller,and then France has gained nothing by the eip

.; that she can devise no other means an exalted opinionof for which add the of Louis so far as the expenses -
'Jurlej American in Demand Abroad. his consumption-to av. Secretary the Treasury, under Mr. Tyler, Phillippe lessening
4. military genius. Kossuth has written
,b : or evade the demands of Russia. The New Taen slates that a letter his erage quantity exported, and an entire import has been appointed to the vacancy." of the Government is concered.-
Major
very eloquent on
.EL fail present positionto
me these
I suggestions\'ord. ., such qualify as never have been astonishing made Thompson S. Brown, late Engineer to the Lord Palme.rston, which we give entire in that 2,000,000 has closed bales, (say be necessary.from 1st September The yea, Quito an improvement on the first \Vashington' What she has gained in other respects remain*
Erie Rail Road will leave this another of this "
soon coun.
;t. ; to the- fallen cbrif(if a nation part paper. 1848 administration to be seen.
I :J ., yet generous I fty for a {five years' engagement with the to same date 1849,) i is the only ono 01 ,
( and could fbrdfy have been expected in the record that
has furnished this and war
: !' ninteecnili century Emperor of Russia from whom he i to receivea ILLINOIS SEAToR.-On the 20th ultimo, this without any actual increase to quantity the stock." e: The Hon. James Buchanan, the dis. G::: FRE.-XtR.: the whilom Mexican ha

: .;.: My atuu'er does not admit or he.UatJon. salary 812,000 per annum. Gen. Shields was elected to the U. S. Senate, Now, from whom Cl Great Britain get this tinguished Secretary of State during Mr.Polk's correspondent of the New Orleans Dela, J pit

7;;I Between dati and charnc lh cho'tcu can The, corner-stone of the Virginia Waah.ingtoit by the Legislature Illinois, over Cyrus Ed. supply ? Her imports from all other countries administration, is expected to visit the Southin is said, become wealthy by land speculation

i neither be dlJljlJlor di Governor off Monument i i. to be laid at Richmondon ward of 51. than the United States, for fifteen will in California. Glad of it-he is a Printer,
the 'J2d of next by u majority! Our reader will )'caf a few weeks. He is to stop some lime with
February
: Hungary, to that place not over 350,000 bales, and it i is
"I .: the confidence of fifteen 11g Cotton in remember that on a former occasion: Gen. S. average from the Hon. John! Slidel], of New Orleans_ and and it is so unusual. thing for :Prinler.to
\ my coun. EggJf-U'Yrtfl' 200,00 only our growth that _her increasing
I Irymon, I Lnlw "'el what I owe to .the honor bales arc now exported antmlly 'o 0 England was elected to I ha Senate, but was not allow consumption has been supplied. Hitherti then make a visit: to his i intimate friend, the get rich, that we, cannot help!! making; lpctJI

/ ,4iw1 country, \' In exile. Even as :j tri.I i- from l he valley of the Nile. cd to take his scat on constitutional grounds she has had large blocks on (ho 1st Januar l l. Wm. R.' King, of .\latama. mention- of this- instance.- -



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FEMALr l'l1nIcI.Some time ago, a JJ.V Trie graph for the Faeannah Georgian. Interesting Trial Rope.-\ test trill of I, Notice. Select School for"Young Ladies.

lad graduated at a New York Medical Col. Further News by the Hibernia. Manilla and Kyanized American< rope was ;;; 1 A MEETING of the Slockho'der*of the Southern A SELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES

) and (to Paris, At 9, 45, lat evening, we received from had, on Saturday last. at Grifley's Foundry? ', .t-1- Lite Insurance. &. Trust Company will be held J.\. will btf o, ened in Quincy on the firs ."ondayin
honor
1ede, with proceeding the Cbarleston Courier which resulted most favorably to the American at the Olfice of the Company in I Ibis rtty on The first Jannirry nrxt, by Mi*. CAROIJJII: : LEi PjiEi.ru,
I obtained mission into one of the Hospitals our correspondent ) Monday in nxt, (or the'choice ol Trustees assisted by Miss F.LECTA LEI HCITBAR*. The
Dcembe
the following despatch, dated. manufacture. The parties met at about nirlL1 for the ; : sl'hoo&'VI& & be under Iheduection and super*i.M n of
Schoo/s! of Medicine for the purpose of amore three o'clock, P. 11. and e year.ROBERT in the Languages
or BALTIMORE, Sunday, 0 o'clock, P. M. immediately proceeded LYON, Cahic. I subscriber, who will give instruction
thorough acquaintance with the healing to the trial. A small Manilla rope, of the ', I Tallahassee: November 3, JSt'. 43:: and the higher branches of the En lith. In
The steamer libc"rtia has arrived, bring best quality of Boston make, was first tried order that Ihotongh instruction may be given in all
art. iler arrival in Paris astonished the na. ing dates from to the HOth October. and J. POWELL Notice. he branches of study pw ued in Ihe School a Irni-
broken after
was of
ttj.4'; not little and to the sawns of sustaining a weight JpfV ; I legatees, and entitled In ii,,! number vl scholar only will be admitted; a*
a gave 1.520() pounds.. The Juanized inventedand I. T\rOULD respectfully inform thn citizens of Tit '* person lhSchool
rope it i-t the in the establishment of
LIVERPOOL COTTON on V ferson County that he be in Monticel'orarlt trib'.tion in the estate of Robert H. Daidson great rbject
.-1'al cJtj another opportunity discoarsing on 11.tUKET.-Coton' manufactured by j. T. Cook & Co., of wi l. to elevate the standard of female education.
,late of Gadsden ,deceased,
advanced : the coming week, for of or County are hereby
to thf purpose tuning
one-eighth :
Vankecdom and forth.It Monday, one-quarter Maysville 1 was then to the h> nd be barred if and -afify' th, j'i.l expectation of those who iriaypatronize
the ; so put st. sustained I PIANO FORTES. Mr.P. has testimonial notified thaI t their claims \ i not t presented -
ptpco\lnrs of current rates at the aimg! rlpalflo it, the student fi.ill makein
a by theprngref
penny m'e a weight of2,320 pounds before some of t the first and ,and being within two years the publication of this
scciris that the example set I by this female of the iMiropa. On Tuesday the maikct was part ractnr)5 profew'ri I notice. JOHN it!. W. DAVIDSON all the branches of a sound and liberal' education.
a maker o'( the ,
ing. A second :trial was then had of the *;une persons can: rely on
JOSHUA PHELPS.
pioneer in medicine, has inspired others of her very which caused an increased coiifidencc the work being well done. Quincy, o"embr 3, 1SJ9. 43 S\v Executor.
trO size of( Manilla .
rope, which sustained a weight Qiiincy October 27, 19. 4i 4t
another rise Mr. P. will visit Thomas CountyG.i the conclusion
whereupon
noble sex \tifh a lafldable ambition to imitate I il Liverpool, of 2,200() pounds. A second trial was theo al. o Notice. -
took and transactions in American de.Pcrij'Uons nf his engagements in Jetrer on County.
place : LEWIS
\ ber. The Smcuse. (N. Y.) Star says that exhibited, advance so had of the Kv.mized rope, and sustained a November. 10, 15m.!> ,44- 2t TilE creditors and persons entitled In distribution P. P. _
a over _
the central Aiedical l College, recently established hatfyelJ1) pressure of 2,41 pounds. Two trials were --- -- ----- the estate of Edward Hill Wilder, late of SaaQ2-J tDSJQTOV, -
the prices of (ho } Sal s then had a larger size of the ManiJIa Coffee, Flout, &c. Gad-den County deceased, are hereby notified that determined to change his location (rOm

in that cilt, is a ou to share the hone of the week, ending Friday the 19th, rope, manufactured by Bonte, which partedfirst 50 HARRELSbest brand Northern Fl 'ur, their claims will bi barred ti. not presented within HAVING!,iIII. Ga. to Tallahassee, Fla.\ vouUIrespcctlully _

on with the Geneva Medical College, in giv. one/ hundred and ninety-one thousand urn hundred 2:J do da do do do Iwo years after the publication of this nolit. tender his professional wivicei to the
and nine bales, of which Speculatorstook at 2,940- pounds and on the second trialat flf(f bags: best Rio Coffee, JOHN M. W. citizens this and the surrounding ronntry. lie
ing to females an opportunity for studying the 2,796 pounds. One trial was then made 10( do do Java do Qninrv. Nnvemher 3. 1 1S49. 43 *" will visit Monticello, Madison and Thomaville
thousand siv hundred and .
t twenty --- -- ----- ----
profession. Mrs. Jleason, of the Glen Haven mty-five with the Kyanized rope, which sustained the 10 boxes bet chewing Tobacco Notice. -- -- Ga., where' he will be prepared to practice hi. pro-

t Exporters eleven hundred and seventy, weight '>f3,220:: : pounds before parting. The J((P do t conmon c being Tobacco lession in all its various branches.hoping ticm many
water cure, Mrs. Davis, a Mount Mor. rind Spinners, sixty.four thousand: eight hundred difference :i bbls.! Cru he Sugar, 1.tE creditors and persons entitled to distribution years experience in the science lo be al-Ie togiv. entire -
in l favor of the!
ris and Miss Mary M.Taylor, Buffalo, have bales. average Kyanizedunrottened Ti boxes do the estate of Daniel Mashburn, late ol Gad.. satisfaction. AH operations will be warranted.
hemp rope being in the first trials Young F.Iack and Imperial Teas. den Count v, deceased, are hereby notified that their Ladies waited on at their residence.:
hundred and Iln.
hand four
made application to the trustees and faculty, 8Iocon thirty-sev oOO pounds and in the last I ia 400 pounds. Just rerlv.d, : for sale bv claims wi be barred, if not presented within two Rrftrcntts:-Dr D. A. Brandon. W. Preston,

for permission to attend the course of lecturesto en tlluslnd bales, against five hundred and This shows that the ManilU; rope. which has Nbvembrr 3,18143! S. F. DURNEY. .tears olttr the publication of this notice. S. Adams, J.H.1! Hill, Rev. P P. Smith Thomas-
thousand time last R E. GIBSON, I
thirty same year. -- -
be given this winter." The Committee's quotations give Fan Upland always been considered tho best that was 'rax Collector's Sale. Administrator tie tionu nan. ville.Vis.. W. J. Erinson and J. II. Pope,Madison Court -
ever used is far inferior to the American *
November
nn- Qninrv. 3. 1t 19. 4 >w IIOlltf
and Mobile to 6d.PuovxsIoN virtue of the authority vested in me by law: I : _
HOUSEHOLDS.We rotted hemp The Kyanized is BY ro-: OtTice at Mrs. J. L. DrmiltJ.s.Octob'r .
PROVIDING roil THCI OWN MARKET. In Wheat Corn rope. rope : levied upon and will expose for Kale, before New Goods.
manufactured from the unrottened hemp, andis the Court House door, in Madisonon the first t 13, 11!. 40 Cm
have frequently')' seen i charged upon and Flour no change of consequence has ta. iu T US'I' received by Geors H. Meginniss- assortment ---- ------- --
the follow
Monday next decribcdlands
not the nude but Fcbrnaiy ing
ih
only strongest : by I
the Administration that an unheard of ken and remain about the rope .. .J of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, embracing YARDS GUNYGGIG.,
present place, quotations chemical 'r so much thereof as will sttisiy the Taxes 3 000 "
process of Kyanizing, i is by far the : almost every article that is wanted in this market 2.CKX yards Dnndee
.system of favoritism has been pursued by the game as per the Europa. most durable.Cincinnati Commercial. due thereon for the year 1S1U to rTheS.1 : which will be sold at the lowest prices. The 2XW( Sea Island -
I: 4 and N E 4 of Sec In' E J N W .1 of
POLITICAL IWS.-Xo: definite news from Sc call and examine them before lOt Ibs. Bagging Twine -
in the distribution of ----- public are to : t
heads of Departments ------- E requested
10, Wi .S : 4.S-c 0T l.R 7, N and E., belonging
the continent. The general impression, in The people put up those who Gen. Taylor to ndiva'rd J'rvar'i. purchasing. GEO. II. MEGINNISS.O.tober Jn>f received per brig Suwannee and fur saV by

office, by bestowing the most lucrative anJ the. best informed circles is, that Ilussia wi puts down. Col. Gear ', the predecessor of AlsaJ the S W 4 of Sec 2, T 1, R 7, b longing to 27. 1519.I 4 4f O.-toberf., I 1S49. 39 S. F. BURNEY.

''honorable appointments on their immediate not nuke war on account of Turkey's Mr. Moore as postmaster, was unanimously the estate of D.uiclfcr.fnl, d'rea5(1 Ladies' Shoes. New and Fashionable Goods,

relatives and influential friends, regardless of ing refused! to give up the Hungarian refugees elected alcalde of the city of San: Francisco, Ta' Collector[ 1. Madison. County.ONf TUST received per Brig ** Lucy," TCST RECEIVED per brig Ann Eliza opened,

their honesty, capacity, or fidelity." There who arc Mill at Widden. Hem, Dembinski ) and entered upon the dutiea. of his office, November:; 1S49. 43 Cm Kid Slippers, ready lor inspection, at the store of .I.'.
and several others haveembraced which him of about U Trimme Excelsiors,' I5UHVUY. The Ladies of the rity and countiy _
was yielding! an -- - --- -- -- :
to be a great truth in this charge.- average 1 v ill do well to call and see tie Goods below advertised. -
ul'ear Islami'm, and have joined the Turkish army. 8100; per day. The whig spoils-hunting pro. A Good Opportunity. ;! : .
Enamelled Ties &. &c..
The able editor of the New York -
Courier & .'1 Thcir., in the French Assembly; ;is dc.citkdly .. scriptionists would like that little sum. WILL be rented on the 17th int.. to the highest GEORGE H.( MEGINNISS.: Printed de I Lames ,, Superior Long Lawn, '

Enquirer, James Watson Webb, one among conseivative as regards. the Hairs of An exchange heads an account of the shoot. the premises lately occupied by I. N. October 27, 1'19. 42:: 4t Fizureil( Cashmeres, ?'Tread Edgings and Laces -
Dlakl known as Lambert's,Corner. One of P.as.- Oriental 'Ladies Black and White di
the very first to urge the election of General Rome. ing of a sberifT by. the ulti.rfntes, with the brd's beat iron-trained Milliard Tables is attached, New Store and New Goods. i Brocade Alpacas! Silk Gloves, 1

Taylor, says in reference l to it :- words Commencement of the Spoiling l Sea. and will pay all the expenses, of Ihe establishment, subscribers have rented the store formerly ;! Supr French Bonbazine, 'Ladies col'd Lisle Gloves, .

SECOND DESPATCH. I) affoidmg' an excellent (opportunity to any one desirous :- T by Mr. McDougal, adjoining that of Black: Bareges, do sup tol'd kid' d<> _
h&zzird nothing in that in the (I. occupied I
saying
"WP I bu-'irie.-s. Rents ,
of going into % pay able monthly, Spun ilkearneiian Colors.: Linen Cambric H'dk'fs,
whole ol in the United BALTIMORE Nov..r 18-19. -------------- -------- lIr.Knighttm'ednor bftJ' )11. Burnej's.and \iI _
> will
history parties States for which approved notes be required' and for a Stock of 'Goods Black Gro de Swiss, ,Saffita Ribbons,
open IId,1 con-
never has there been tucli total squandering The Ilibcrhia arrived at New YOlk, at : Receipts of Cotton and TobaccoAt : the return of the Billiard Table in good order as re- !i!tin of Dry Good-> Silk Good*, Fancy ditto hats .;. Black Gro de Rhine, Satin do I _

I of patronage without the slightest prospect of o'clock this afternoon. the Rail Road Depot Itr the week endii.g Friday ceived. and Cap! Boots and Shoes,Clot hin.Sjddlery) ,Groceries Jaconet Cambrics, ; Bonnet do '

reaping fruit from it, as 'by the party 10in LIVERPOOL COTTOX MARKET.-According November l:1, Is.la: !. tract Also, the if twoStoies not previously north disposed adjoining of,by will private be rented con- Hiirdvrare, Woodwart, and Tinware, whichthey : Jl.lill"Dotted Swi- Muslin" ,t Black Silk Viselj.
ofler: for : on the most reasonable! terms
|tmver. ,From Maine to Louisiana, we hear to her advice, Colton had advanced duringthe ) Bales Cotton, lO.IS until i I October next.A t. for ci;wil. or country sal October 6. IS.!. 39

(,i one universal complaint, that the recipients past two weeks, ending the 19th ult. fully !. !(afTolaCCoca'el.( ) ICO' : Cistern afl .rds! an inexhaustible: supply of pure By close attention produce.to b '(inesand the low price _
of office have ihe subordinate oJO, 1SJ1. water, which mut be reserved solely for the above Protection Insurance C'ompany or New Jersey,
fled up places I one penny. Sales during the same period! Tdlahalsee. at which they offer their Goods they hope to merita
i
in their gift bOnSIlphew., hruthtr8, reached three hundred !thousand ball, closing ----- .- ireinHes.. II. KERRY, Auctioneer. share ot public patronage. CAPITAL $200OiJO.i ( .

and family connexions of every conceivable at quotations already given. These are the nf. coRBirrrs SYRUP or SARSAPARILLA- Novembers, IS $10.n 43 2t BUTLER t DENHAM. i Fire and Marine Insurance.
N. B. They are to make liberal advance:
prepared
degree of consanguinity. largest sales ever before known. I Flll CT VNIltt' : -- ---- ----------- on COTTOXhippedtotheir frieruU! in New York.: i J.EWISMFS.,

---- .- -- FROM THE CoTzNINr.-'I'he: treaty 1 be. Read. this rcmaikable ca!c of John Davis, Sale of Negroes in Chancery. Odcbel 27, 140. 42 : i Agent., Tallahas, Florida. _
GOVEKNOK \EnMoYT.-'I'hC Savannah D-crce in Equity, ,- on the 10th of October 13, t t4). 40 Cm
tween Austria and Prussia has been ratified. Satol of Jltv. Edw. T. Taylor's Church, Koston.I UNDER a mar
hailed the electionof I I. I the und< r-igned, Sexton of I the Church of t that (r, in the Circuit the County of pURNING FLUID jI4 l rtceivet per Brisr )Lucy,
MAuKr.r.-12 o'clock
Republican .(Whig ) I Cotton.
X
paper lw.YomCOTO i Leon, State ol' Fbi ida, I will nt'er' at l public sale:be- _J_) by MEGINNISS.

the, Whig ticket in Vermont as a triumph M.-The Cotton market is much excited. good which mt I 1 Ihilk, FatII". Taylor be,told state( a the foltwi. 1 was r; (facts horn, furl the CUUI t Hous.,> in Tallahassee, within, I legal l October 27,1340. 42 41 f 'rnt undersigned is now (fully prepared to make .
Holders t ( ) :JJ ol( December next t the follow- ---- I COTTON inrd his
are asking one quarter to three- in and iout* on Monday advances on con! to
peculiarly gratifying to the South, inasmuch as Puilugal, ama 'now forty scars of acre. Mv Extensive Sale of Land and Slaves. i i13Y :
I eighths advance. I parent weie health*, and I was ill afflicted by inz Nero Slaves, 'i7: | friend- New York. S. F. BURNEY.
it was claimed that the coalition, consisting of COTTON MAUKET.-hhidders dis-aseuiilil Ihl sear 1S43. I wa. .thin icsidingmBoston. any Tenyh; Miry and her three children Sarah and virtue of a decree of the Honorable Court ol October r.. IS t 19.! .SO vs

Democrats) and had been over- B.\LTDIUI At that tune my' skin! became ubjcct to a her four cbilrrln. Dick and Eve. Chancery Madison County, Slate ol Florid, Wanted.GALES .
(Ioiers are demanding one-quarter' to thiree.cighthisadvance. humor, which at tst was so had as to alarm: myself This % i ] to provide for the payment of the suWnber will offer for sale,at public outcry, in
thrown. The new Governor (Coolidge) has and friends. Severe sores and abscesses developed certain alO.nltsEci'itd,' in said decreeand t the balance t the town of Madison on Tni'sdatill' first dof 5 000 COTTON by the subscriber t I
for division between I1 heirs at law of Josiah for which the highest market price
--- --- *
that anti
valuable
t them elvc large : January nest large plantation
sent his tlir Legislature i of the State. ,; scars are now deeply imprinted' '
messageto }'i"ol the Journal of CmI7urCt. on rnj' forehead and othtr pails: tit m\ body and by and Ann Pendarv, deceased. lately occupied by Cot. S. II. Butler, Ih'cca,1..d. containing I| will be paid. S. F. BURNEY.ry _
From its tone, we arc at a loss to conceive how I FLORIDA INDIANS. t their cxrllatiol indented eien into the bone. A. The teimi of t the} sale are Ca',.,and purchasers topay about three thousand acres of first rate Land. I I' Octohei I Ii.; J is to. tII'

much further any Fioesoilercan go in opposi. -The tak: between Gen. and bout I\h't months since my atilictions: seemed increasing. for bills:of sale. This plantation u situated about ten miles East of :
Twiggs Billy) Deep seated oiof the, character IJF.XJ. F. WHITNER, the Ocilla River, i is remarkably healthy has good II' I n PtEcEspuNDl-EBAc-GING: _
lion to fla'er.thaldoes: he. He not only advocates Bowlegs, was to have taken place at Tampaon came out on my arms, mj lie ad. and'HUII.t even attack November .l. t 1clr I >. -J1 I Master in Chanc-rv. well of water, a handsome Dwelling house and IU 10 d( Kentucky S rift '

the 19th of this month. The lesult of the ed grounds ornamented with Orange Figand Pume- I lU coils Rope, 7. Osnabu'gs,
abolition; in the Distiict ol Colurnbia tnejcs. I became weak, onaCal.d,and unable
Lot No. 179 3-4 Domestics. du. _
i inteniew will soon be known. Meanwhile l i to p?rforin the duties oi life mdaily bread. I granite tree, and an extensive vinearil. The outhouse
and of, the passage of the Wilmol ProvUo I Failing ol receiving any benefit from ph !icians who Monroe rIrpel. J 11.7 feet, -1 inches front, 17U -* are numerous and in thorough repair. Thereare Just received and for sale byOctober
) .
of 12 Arkansas Indians under OV
but takes ground against the admission a dlegatiol pre"ri.J.t! for me, I lesoited to the ue of vartotu fet hick, \s ilt di'iled into three c'u3110I!, about one thousand acres of cleared land on the ti, IS-t'J. C9 S. S. KNIGHT. _
or I charge Mr. Duval) were, at the J last accounts Sraparitla| : compounds,, as advertised, but with no which will be ) r !JIE,e\ralv:1 the Couit tract t the whole under good fenrin The plantation Fresh Groceries. -

either Calf rillr New Mexico without a daily looked for at Tampa Bay.- hel'ft The able and disingui! :>hed t-ursoon and ;Iou
constitutional provision against this institution. These apostles have been sent for \ James A)er. M. 9.. IIariver street t, who JAMES T. RCIFr. for Cattle and Hog--, and is capable of being easily BARRELS GKNNESEE FLOUR
had watched tny case, at last advised Cor- TERM -One balfeacbthe remainder divided into three-or mOle smaller tracts Terms- _\J1d.) do do... _. _
aid the in hush- my :
plenipotentiaries to
He will not admit that the people of the new as army bett's Shaker uilt months, drawing interest at eight pi.r cent,an secured credits of one and two years, notes to be well se- 3') do St. Louis do

territories are to be allowed to act for them. ::ng up hostilities, and in quieting Billy and I Jam happy S.r3aparila no\ that my general health is by lien on the premises.November cured.At 10 kegs Goshen Butter, "
his followers. fit the scrofulous developments .1, IS-t:i': 41 the same time and place the subscriber will!! 39 boxes do Cheese, v

selves in this matter. Wild Cat, a chief, whose hiob] history has head improving arms and face quietly passing away, and on not mj - offer for sale SIXTY LIKELY SLAVES, consisting' I 30 sacks Java, L3uir. and Rio Coffee _
-- ---- I Boots and Shoes. of valuable field hands and house servant Terms, 5 boxes Loaf Sugar" '
------
Htitil I this moment have I had ) of
been ma ked with and treachery, any hope a re'cue
IOCXTCU lIFLEMEN.-Vhe National In. I leads this intrgue f n-nt he grave. To Corbet's Sdr"ap Diplomatic hald olsavage advisers ; ho titles the whole of the above ID do No. 1 and Mackerel,
attribute this amendment, as not unlilllad I : ) : 4 do gents tine calf sewed Roots, The to property are
telligencer says : *' We lear that intelligence and if we were to look alone to him in these ill use. (and this in minute rjuantities.,) II.pl..t or 12-doz. Ladies' fine mark Kid Slippers indisputable. fi4do do do do -

has been received at the.ar Department negotiations, the iJfa of any peiu.anenl adjustment for: .years found any rdief from uTerin"( 2 do do do White do do R. G. MAYS, (;i4do do do da2U

of the pending difficulties would be somewhat JOHN DAVIS, 11 I.) do Gaiters, Commissioner and Keceiver. I boxes smoked Herring,
Jrom the Regiment of .Mounted Riflemen or. Sexton of Rev. Edward T. '!'.lr's Church. Are r now opening 11 lo Back every description October 27, l t1t. 42 IsV 4 baskets fresh Olive Oil,
lidkulous. He was a prominent l leaderin ; The Florida Sentinel, Macon Telegraph. Savannah 10 boxes Sperm Candles VIA
dered to Oregon last under the of Hoots and and for bvNovembers
spring cominandof LEWIS X AMES, hors01. !alt *
the seminole war, and it is said by those Is I IU.! 43 S. F F. BI'RNEY.Monticello Republican, Charleston Courier and Jacksonville do Star CandIes -
Colonel On the 2'Jd of Snit Aireiits for T.illahi-c} .. will week lor 5 barrels Butter Crackers ;T If
Loring. July I who know him Ielt. that he retains: all the ------ --- --- - ---- Republican, pnblUh once a
----- -----:-- -- Male School. eight wecksand forward bills tothis Office. 5 II,) Water do
they were encamped on a plain seventeenmiles old ppiiit animosity and savageengeanr.e
MARRIED 40 boxes No 1 Soap -
[ which reddened his path in the Florida, con. rpIIS! school will be opened on Monday, the 5thJL ,
west of Fort Ilridger--officers and men I On; the 21J October in Trinitv Church, Augustine Jefferson Co. Tax Collector's Sale. H'on.lI.\on Skin and Gunpowder Teas, 4tMalaga -

all well, and in excellent spirits. They were | flict with the 1Ioor of his victims. There, by the R<-\'. Benjamin Wrislt, Dr. CARY t of W.November O. GmUlFI'instant under, whose the superintendence experience' in I BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law, I Wine St.Sicily Croix Maderiado Ruin
Ale
he well for his artfunesand I. Albany
-
was as distinguished have levied upon, and will otTer for sale,betore
expecting to reach Fort Hall on the 4th of dissimulation a a tactician, as for his B. GAMBLE to EDWARDA, daughter of the late the profession desiring(enables to educate him, to their give sons.every assurance ((0parents (he Court llon.e door in the town of Monticello. on New England: do American Gin.

and the of Lieut. J. B. Smith U. S. A. .the first Monday in February next, the following 10 burels Cumberland Whiskey,
August, plains Oregon early in the and wanior and
bravery) prowess us a ,- we Halt of 7'uilio par Scftion of fit e Jfontfis: wit 3 M J best Cigars. I

autumn." confess that we have our apprehensions! even At Fort Hamilton, Madison County, on the 2th Orthography. Reading, and Writing, :jS 00 I described Section property 27 of T 2,,to R fi, N: and E., bounded on the Just received and for sale bv

in the event ran amicable adjuMment, of the October ultimo! by the Rev. W. H. Crane, Mr. \%'M. Arithmetic, Geoigraphv', Grammar, history, East by Eldred Simkins, North by Gen. Bailey, and October r., Is t ID. :1IGIIT..

Go,'. FJICXCH, OK ILLINOIS.-An extra session present Florida troubles, that it will onlyprove P. PILLANS to Miss 1 ANGELINA PERRY, both Lc 12 00 I Vest by t he Ocilla Ki t er. "Now Opening:
I Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, Mathe.iii.tics&c. Levied .she of Richard K. Call,
in and of lid ConnU. upon as property
of the Legislature of Illinois is now in a .compromise. fame, not one ., Jo, W)I and to be sold fur State and County taxes due thereon L'DI ES" latest stvle black Silk Vi. ets, black! and'S

ICSiflL. Gov. French, (Democrat,) has sent which will utiurd that certain protection! to v The Ancient" Languages, 19 OD fur the .ear IS.I!. i white Satin !tor ladies dresses, superior euibrnideied ,
I the scattered settlements between Tampa and Sons of Tcm]>erniicc. Composition and declamation; will also lorm a regular DANIEL T. LINGO, 1 Swiss i party dresses,superior embroidend colored J ,
_
in his message, a synopsis of which we find I Indian River in South Florida, as those exposed Subordinate Divisions throughout the State and] part (>f \HI.kly e\tcirt ol' the school Tax A :4'r and Col. for Jefleison County. Swiss dresses, superior .vhite xh'Med Muslin, i

in borne of the Northern is not : to the, tomahawk have N. B. ThiHrhull istllir.ty separate O<-fobf'r 27. I MO.. 42 3m rich bonnet Ribbons black and mourning bonnet
papers. I [ savage a lightto RepitNentativrj to the Grand Dnision are hereby "
from the" Monlicello Female School. now so ably Ribbons, fancy silk Buttons, black Gimp velvet '
less gratifung; than it is rare in documents of. expect! from the Government. Among the notified that the .'II,1rflinZ uf the ISraml conducted by Mrs. FfJGnoxo s far as regards the For Sale, trimming Ribbons. ; j.

this kind, to find nothing said against slaveryand I oldest and I best informed inhabitants of that Diriwll of the State of Hot ida, will beheld inTdllaha communication of the two stx(. '_)r LIKELY AND VALUABLE NEGROES Just received per schooner Vincent from New

: Peninsula, we know that it is deemed a useless re, commencing on eJnesJny morning', Jeceinbtr Montielo. November 3, IS19.12' St -w\J men, boys, women and children, women and York and for sale hy S. F. BURNEY. i
its extension. The abstract which we task ever to think bringing the Indians 'Ah, at 10 o'clock. Ri-presentatnes are requested c:, ''I', i 111 copy till tst January. girls. Call and see at the store of September 29, 1S49. 3S t

have seen is found in the Tribune, which to any arrangement to which they will! faithfully to be punctual fhiehour. Severaldddres. Just ReceivedA October 27. I 1MO. 42 S. S. KNIGHT. BAGGING & ROPE-Just received. r

I would not be likely to omit nn thing of this adhere, or one which they will not seek !, es may be expected during I the Sessions, of the Grand GENERAL assortment of Glass and Crockery1L Coil Ps. Bagging, I( _
) SO
, sort, were it in being. I' the first good opportunity to violate.! To IJerenderd I Dh iion, and it hoped that the friends of' Temperance ware, ai.d for sale by S. F. BURNEY.Novrmter $25 Reward. 100 bis.*Twine Rope,

{: --- --- I positively secure from all danger I will rally in 1heir strength on that occasion fur :i, 1S19.13 e_ ]RUNAWAY from the subscriber sometime A lull supply of the above article will be Left :
GEORGIA; 141GlsuTcm-This they beliexe the Indians must be driven from' ---- I month of February last t. a ne4jro constantly on hand,during Ihe season bv. ;
body convened a moral demonstration. in favor of the great and no. State of Florida. girl named SYLVIA of dark complexion
at the country,-that the arm of power must be Lie in which :about five fed, five or si\ inches high thin S.5. KNIGHT. IffTanaha
I Milledgeville on Monday last. Gov. cause w e are engaged. "I the subscribers, Charles W. SecVV I
%TE, Downing ;cf'. Sept. 15, IS-io. 3f tl
'fo n's is of tuch put forth before exposed and scattered people Dy order of the Grand Worthy Patriarch.! : letary .Stateand William R.Hay ward;Treasurer and spare made and has red ejes. She is supposed -
Message enormous lengthas can be made safe from the wanton aggrcsMODS JOSHUA PHELPS Grand Sciibe.Qiincy of the State ot Florida, having met iii the ot- to be lurking around Tallahassee, and is no doubt I NF and Winter Goods. lti
Acting
to forbid its perusal by any not deeply in- and cruelties of the remnant of Serr.i lice of the Secretary. of State to (am'as.the returns often in the city of evenings ainonz I the lire neroe.hIerhubandwhen I UNDERSIGNED[ informs his customers and ."
October 21. 1519.cz she left, R. Hayward's THE
was boy
i terested in the affairs of the State. The two : noles yet lingering about the hammocks and --------- ---- ---- ---- (of the elections for Senators held on the first Monday II the Treadwell and it i is public gi nerally, that he has asents wf experience .
------- -- in October in } made lo the Secretary of Slate Henry on place supposed _
!l., and capacity, in the cities ol New Ycrk tt
: Houses were organized-the Senate by the swamps, of that State. And it is for this reat ] The Annual Examination of the students in by"the several Judges of Probate, do hereby certify' that she has got him yet. and Boston for the purchase of goods suited t& I Ibis : )

election of W. IJ. Wofford of Habersham, on, we are found to entertain our apprehensions Fletcher Institute will commence on Tuesday, the t that the foloing i:a correct canvass of the returns The and above delivery reward to William will be John paid for onon her Lake apprehension Jack market ; and that he will in a few das. be receiving I 'jI
that the efforts now making to buy aforesaid and will continue to receive during the fall and : J
up 20th November
and .
next continue four da
,
i President ; and the House L the choice of J.W. the unruly spirits there, and to flatter them into )? The;w hole number of votes given for the office ofSenator son. V. V. SKRE1NE.! winter, a large and \\'f'.U.assorted stock of, AMERICAN -_ _
) .
P. P. SMITH, October 20 IS t(> 41 If
fur the Eighth Senatorial District I, was six BRITISH, FRENCH GERMAN ITALIAN
Anderson of Chatham, Speaker. submission will eveutiiallyfiil of Us desired f :
a President Roard Trutees.U hundred and tvienty-txvo ((622' ,) and of these Augustus Tax Collector's Sale. AND INDIA GOODS, embracing every articte.,ta- I I r
------ -- ------
object. -- ----- -- ( E. Maxwell received three hundred and twenty- PIe or fancy. usually sold in this market. The facilities ,
-- -- -- -
-- -- ----- -- i"
C.sAuA.-AiI. address has lately been put Wo know i is sometimes the dictate of & Ormond nine ((32'J,) and Noah Thompson received two BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law, 1 which he now possesses for keeping on hand ) '
McNaught have levied and will for site, before ,
forth in Canada, a peaceable and humanity to seek peace with hundred and ninetyhire! ((21)3)) ) votes. upon, expose a constant supply of new and de.-irable goods enables -
advocating sep. piudence now received their fall stock, comprising The whole number of votes given for the otlice of the Court House door in the County of Madison, I him to overmuch inducements lo hits I
oration from those with whom we are at war, in the quietest HAVE the first in February next, (the following greater 1 .
Great Rritain, and annexation tot and well jc.ectcd: asiortmcnt of all articles Senator ftr the Twelfth Senatorial Dsticla.lwo on Monday frieudsand the public bot h IU prices, and Js assortment
he United Slates. It is signed by three hun. possible way ; but not in the face of trea. usually called tor, viz : hundn d and thirty-eight ((233,)and tht5C described lands, or so much thereof as will satisfythe than heretolore. These, with strict atlerlicnlo i Lu- I ,
ties. That nation sold to the United Slates, Dry guds-coarse. fine, :and fancy, F:.M. Cousins received one hundred and twenty-four taxes due thereon for the year 1Mb, to wit : siness. he hopes will receive for him njiberal shareof .i S

died citizen, belonging to all parties, origins and agreed to emigrate. Most of them wentheyoiid Shoes, Keis-ets, Linseys, OsnaburRs, &c., ((124.) and Daniel Bell received oue hundred and The S E J, Sec Is, the E i.S W 4, Sec ISand the patronage. All order prrmpMy eccutd and J

and creeds." the A scattered few JinC Iankls. Hats, Caps, nnd Hosiery, 'lourteen ((14)Iu.) N\V.ofSW3Secl7alIin T2NRtE., be. every effort made to give satisfaction. The under j'' i.
Mississippi. Ready Ia l Clot hing, Cloaks,Umbrellas, Parosols, The n.mbe of \'otel given for the office of r lonsing to Sylvester Hinton. itnedill also purchase coitnn nr make liberal j tf -
-- 'ied around their old hunting groun s.- &(, Senator for the Thirteenth Senatorhl District, was TheE i, S E 4.Sec2tW i, S W 4. and W i, S advances shipments to his friends in New York.S. or

The Detroit Free Pf(8 says : The Tay. These' were soon reinforced from those.who Hardware Tinware, Woodware, and Ciockery)', fotirhundred_ and eighty-six (-ISO,) and of the!e Ho. E 4, and ESW4 of Sec 2s, TIN, R 0 E. belonging F. BUiXEY. !I to
.Sail, Iron Nails, Paints, Oils, and Varnishes, received two hundred and to the Southern Life Insurance 5.Trust Com 15. 3R
lor Whig papers support Littlejohn mainly be. removed, until several hundreds arc now in : bert Brown mty-tive September 1949. H
Cciilee, Flour, Bacon, and other Groceries, ((20:),) and James M. Baker received two hundredand pany. JOHN H. PATTERSON,
cause he is an anti.slavery man ; and Littleiobn ambush around the lakes and rivers, and in Tngcthritii a great tutiity of Useful Ornamental twenty-one ((221)!) votes. Tax As 'r. and Col. for Madison County. NEW GOODS. .1

at the time the swamps and ravines of that scantily set. and Fancy.1rticlifio which I hey respectfully The whole number: of votes given for the office of October 20, IS-m 41 3m .

same bitterly.opposes Taylor : tied country, constantly! annoying I the whites, invite the attention of purchasers, and promiseto Senator for the Filtcenth Senatorial District,was five HEAD QUARTERS, 2r BRIGADE, 1T !)iv. F. M. ) JAMES B. GAMBLE I ti

because lIe is I.elave.holder. and creating fright and apprehension among tell really low 'for cash or produce. hundred and seventy-live ((573.)and of the:1 Si ark Quincy, October 10, lb4'J. $ TS receiving by the Ann Eliza,Vincent Lucy.OC'ilb. \
---- -.- I the McNAOGJiT &ORMOND also expect, throughout Perry, received two hundred and ; ((2">,) General Orders, No. 2. JL SiiMannep, &c.&c.a large supply of 'tall and! f ,t
We find the (,1owint iu the Boston Post's' people. the M>a"on, t<> purchase and advance on COTTONS :md Lewis C Gaines received two hundred and eigh. 1 The several Hl'gimenlof the2d Brigade will winter Goods, which he invites his customer and lit

Political Dictionary : I P. S. Since writing the above we learn Ne\por..I"j.[ !o\'mhl'r! lU, JS4! 41 1 ty-seven ((2.7)) votes. 1ST. on their respective parade grounds fur the public lo exmnine. A few gallons of thai dd !

that the rlm1! of the talk was favorable. The whole number of votes given for the office of review, inspection, and drill, at the time and places French Brandy jet unsuld.

Wu Jilgon-\n eminent American Three Indian murderous were givenup New Goods. Senator for the Sixteenth Senatorial 1 Distric was hc-icinafter specifiediz : September 2'), 1S49. 33_ I".

statesman. leaving no issue, al'' and the tle of a fourth, who is represented JUST receiving, and now opening, per Brig Ocilb, one hundred and\ sixteen. ((116.) and of thee George Fifth Regiment in Quincy, December Sth. NEW GOODS.
|>ersoiu to be second Washington to have been killed in the endeavors general assortment of all kinds:of ioreigi and Stewart received .t\o ((62,) and Horace Vaughn Sixth Regiment, in Tallahassee, December I 1st. I
caimint to
arc ." arrest domestic goods, and for sale by received fifty.four (51)I) votes. Seventh Regiment. Monticello, November 2 Ithi. ITEr.SF.Linreys, Plains, Osnahnrg?, Blankets. I J
manlest irp tor him. November 10, IS4U. 41 S. F. BURNEY. In testimony whereof, we have hereunto set our 1st Battalion, Eighth: Regiment, at Madison C. II., ,Tickings.Hum and Blt'arhd) I
-- -- -- --- .--- I official signatures, this twenty-filth day of October, 20th November. Shirting antI Shveiing-s, Fancy Ca>hmcrs, Irish'Linens.Alpacns .

Co t lUtI._Why is 'l r.Secretary Craw. A great llrick .Iadt"e.-TI a Cincinnati For Sale or Exchange. A. D.; IS J3. 2d Ratlalion! Eighth Regiment, at Jasper, 17th November. Hosiery,assorted Satinets and T\r d..

like a Seminole ? Give; J Nonpareil says a in and Roller Saw Cia C. W. DOWNING. Secretary Slate.WM. I JU'I.tcl''iYt',1.ami now opening,per* hr.Vincent i
fun up operation Mules' a Waqjon, ). "
f5JI.chi.C i FIVE ant I. H HAYWARD. State Treasurer. Battalion attached to Sixth Regiment in Newport from New Yoik, and for sale by
L'ecause hieisau for making brick which feeds itself and de. sl.cr exchange for a ot good Horses November 43 3t 4
ass in war, (Auliwar.) par 3, 1 19. November '!ith. September 29, I IM9. :3& S. F. BURNF.Y.
.
and two Horse Wagon.November
livers the brick without and a
--- hands,
ommiscionrd officers
---- pressed 21. The commissioned and non-f ,.

C Correspondence vfihe Jlaltwiore Patrift. them) so hard, that they ate ready to be laid ---- _. --10.- ,IS1'J.II-- -- -- -JOHN-- -P.--DUVAL.---- Committed to Jail will assemble n the parade grounds ol' their Potatoes, Onions &c. .. 0,

WJUIUKGTOX Oct. 20. I into the kiln when tile)' come from the mould, ii; H. BERRY, Auctioneer. Monticello, Jefferson County, a negro respective Regiments the day before the rc\iew. al 1 BARRELS Irish Plaices, -r'f'&
: ,-w ho says he belongs to William John. 10 o'clock A. M., armed and equipped according to 10 '
and one machine will turn out 23,000 day. 1 crate OnFons, -
TJIR lcAu.\aa lzs1'vri I per EIi and that his i is, for drill and instruction.. .1
: PKOJIABLY ot Leon County' name law. 100 sacks Liverpool Sill. J. received an' fcr'sale
.\VJCSTIU.-I is leportrd, on, it is thought, The clay is better mixed and makes btlcrhrik BALE v.U'S-WElCSV.\\'s .AM> LtTLIZIAY'S. Said Nelson i is about IS or 20 I :Mf The reime-nlrlline will be formed preciselyat by S. F. ', -1Sep"tpmhf'r
than those made in the usual --- --- unear> Mon half 11 o'clock. A. M.
past
that I, Mr. way. years old, dark compleXionWasIatCeU Oi>_ \ i-19. 3S .
f. aU Wrt Hh'csll3d. whist I I have form. licello on the 2Slh October. The uwnerwiplea"e 4lh. The Brigade Staff! will repoit for duty' at the
in London, HII interview will Lord What do I consider the boundaries of my' COP.\nTiERSlp.-The] 6ut clterl of ]'EliR\ come forward, prove property.pay charje.. t parade grounds of the several Regiments of the 2d -

Mwi, in regard to the !Nicaragua nffiir, which country, sir !P' exclaimed a. Ker.tirckian. &rO\\L1S.lo conduct the .'uctil1 and (Gentra him. away. \ Brizade.5th. For Sale.

has resulted ;in an understanding re. 44 sir, oa the cast by the rising sun-on CI"mi'Avf ltl; and will give their promo November 3, 1St! 43 21 Jailer Jcif. Co. The commanding: officers of Regiments are ..-rA fpHK HOUSE! AND LOT Ume.ly r-eeti-
move all that'i Why) attention to all busiiu I them. '. charged with the exten,ion ol thN ..drI |M i|i 2 1'ied.l'v Judge Fronmeknnsn as ib&
difficulty about it and
the horcalis-on the I
wi thrw the by aurora west t'Jtuaktlu] H, HERGY.J : 1-rAGGlNG, ROPE, ANITtVINE.! just received I By order! of A. K. ,\ALLISON. Gen."j Ccns'g 1 Austin( property verdesip.dIr r-sd..nce. '
Joule open to all nations upon same terms i by the procession of the Jlinolcs-auJ on the J. ROWLES. I VI by .GEORGE, H. MEGIKNISS.October :: H. V&Ru.iR..ljutJllt Geneul. For terms.c, .ari'ly to U C LEWIS.ZJ JfSt

-and fuouiig.- south h)the day of Jld llcut." ___:.- 1.1.Jcc! November 1 1S13. O; 27, I 15 IV. -I'! ." October 20: t51'.'. -11 7t tlSLtf t&_ %I



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THE T. R1t'F. iritrfl1i : aL1bvcrtigcmcnts. LAFAYETTE BURR MILL STONE MRS. DEMILLY (itt'1'1OVrRA

( MAA'UFACTURLVG; COJ/P.f-VF A .
m< Hy the n.rne of ,
-- Ctfhi
.1 "The irvcnue Is cheated the American .Mrd with a
BOLTO.V. BUILDING, WHITAKER.SAVAA Is. of (h nan,. nf9. T. 7..w,4.
Middle Circuit of Florida. : RIVER T. FOOT OF { *"d im* hi, l
I merchant i Is driven out of trade and the American nIIM to
.
< ?
ap 6 nmp nlla. Wh lh,y enll I*.Towa>.t>4'. ,
) ,. artisan deprived of his bread by 1i N Leon County Circuit Court.-In Chancery. lennminatinir, it O aYc,x&. <>rtna sic. Tfci T.n Jurwip n,.iid ji.|,, .

', ; Walker's tariff for ihe benefit of doctor. *s4 netrr %*.,.; hut .s ,
MARIA .
foreigners. ANNA TRADEWFLI.F' JAMES D. TRAPEWELL T) ESPECTFULLY TENDERS her thanks to herfriend P.rnWTtyw. kp,, rnj
,
'. I There this fact and Ihe Administrator of William Tradewell.TT ron.li.MMl*, and hi ti3. Yet )h t. Bt ih* rttttof
f 5 is no denying i press tu 1 1\ anrltJ public generally lor Ihe liberal the fut?*t of ffxininj cMdil S-r whnt Dr_ I*

:.; ;.. should keep it before the people.' "Boston : J. appearing to the Court on the affidavit of cerpJinanl'1 patronage received formerly and for a continuance I boii tlM pi :te at t> >e tmcHeif tad L y"uha.e i e m.L Thta M u>e i-

:. D tt. Solicitor that the defendant in the of the same,she' can confidently say that lor 9KJftfLYK ORlojfJL OLD l>r.Jn i.ipAnlla ncite

? Here There cau<.doe not' reside in Forda. but in the coming season unusually strict attention will be t 'tnf on it O.'d I'ra.
statements.' is no liken***, ti,- f
Rn'rrr the State South Carolina It is nity cot,
the
: Orlret, given to her bt"inI!. Her table shall not be surpassed ifir,, unit hit wiininre th
denying; tilhfr them, or rather no need of said defendant and ni-rfu* ewnl ftf nrmi.VJiti .
r appear answer complainat'sbi by any of this place. Hunters will be continually Prtics1 |IU'2.V..aa( ,
denying either, their falsehood being notorious ? on or before the tir"t 1 day of December ne3',th- employed! during the winter (or Ihe wild it. Vt* I'.r* C,

to every intelligent man ofihe country. frwise i the same may betaken proconferto. .'1,1 it = I I II game of the forest and for the feathered fowl of the
I isjurthcr On/fW/'That this notice in
.,. .Th rlnrlf is cheated.' And yet with I $ I tIN'' pub1h.d lake
Ihe
printed in Middle of
somenewspaper Her rates of charges for board and hoard and lodg.
.
n diminished; rate of duties the revenue is HII1I! Florida for four months as presciibedbvlaw.THOMAS :
I. i.A
: ___ : log per day, week month or year, shall he satisfactory
.:: greater than it was under the high tariWok' F __ BALTZELL,Judge. to her patrons. M

\ ; 184'J.. We give the receips from cus'oms for July lSth,1-tJ. I A stable, with a Jn miLler i U attached.

: : several Ielow, A true copv. Attest : D.lcHAFXY. Clcik. September, 39 Cm
.
Jean, ; July 21 ISI'J -2S K"FN. D. C. . .r I
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.J, 4- 1845 S27.2 ,112 1847 S2.747.86- ----- I __ For New York. c .

i\ .. HUG 20,712,609854,240,7tiO IBIS- 31,757,071 In Middle Judicial Circuit of Florida. __ I
--. 1849 2S.342.6S9 -- : bj'bj''I II
4 ;. Gadxdfn County., ,, -To Fall Term, 1S49. II I
I 6 A
4
: Robert L. Edmonds,} Suit by attachment bribe 'I .tt i II. 1J I

f p 8'3,8-,62.J r. > sum of S7t'J 20. ;i I

The statement each year is for the twelvemonths GAY'SEXTRACT Herckiah Smith. > Bond in fcl.OUO.THE : : -- : --- F TiE REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between i i i j\\1

': .: '. ending with the 31st of June of that OF CASCHALAGIU\ defendant and all other persons interested, ;: York and St. Marks and Newport, will'i .' .

i '. The two first 1 therefore hereby' notified 011 Ihe i institution of I Ihe abovl i! : commence running at the opening of the fal trade '- ,
year. were ,
years .g
C..U'OHXI.l'IJ.ST OF
A KAIII2NISPICAIj continue
and
suit bv attachment, and are reqnirei! to appear and I throughout the entire year, :
t. : .r': under the tariff 18Iflhe- icvenue i is I : VIIITUI2S.: plead 'to ,the declaration filed therein within Ihe jm __ i Brig WARCALLA*eln. Master' ,

: cheated' under the latter tarif how does it: A CERTAIN AND CURE FOR time prescribed b'law. Dated July 17th. IS4H. OCILLA, Trim do. OLD) 1)K) JACOB TO'rEn,

.= : happen that it i is increased it ? PRFVENT1'E 1'. W. WHITE, Plfl''sAHy. \r; ILLkeep on hand and for sale BURR STONES; I LUCY Hosmer, do. 'rIEOKIG.I'ISCERER Of TIIL.
Fcccr and .'glt, Consumption, Conyfis, Cold from 1:inches to 7 feet l. and we judge it sufficient "
'," : The American mercJuint i.I driren out Rronr.hilis, Scrojula Gout July 21 1S40 2S recommendation to say 1000 set of these SUWANNEE Clark do. (new,) Genuine Townsend Sarsa par ilia.Df. .
WACISSA
trad ." In 184.r under the former tariff o lnful'lty.6thma.iraF ia. Erysipelas, Lumbago.Paraltiis stones have been sold in the State of Georgia, Ala These Perry do. (new.) (4 T"wnnd i I.now iitx.u; I\enn of ngr. _n.| .
State of Florida.-.Monroe County. Brigs are built in the most' substantial man I j en known f. Ihe .1UTHOK IndJ l : -
J. whole amount American registered tonnage Pleuiisy, Jaundice, l.'slrpia. Cos- bama. North and South Carolina and Virginia, giv ner expressly tins trade and OW/O/.V.JA. .- (fYIlFrrF.VUI.V' "

employed in the foreign trade 1095172. Siren 8S, Pi/tl, JJytenleri/, .' Complaint Smith Mowrv" ) ing the most perfect satisfaction for both Corn and I careful and experienced for.I Captains., are commanded by r L.I. pcxrf. he / ,"T'.T.1 'Dllf' :.I'C:! .
wa Billion Wheat. Freight and passage hieh II bin kept tint nf in. r' nnl ,
a. r *, Complaints, *\'ircoui.1jtfections, r*. > RILL IN leanl ben In 1847. the amount of nur of the CIJCERY. at the lowest rales.iu. imscribed, 10 eha'e Inl y w h" h.iJK' veil it* ,
.
tonnage linnlux. Fnrrt in (; Joseph Law- SeutemLer 2L HI. \jenti- .r '
!
'on. ,
Culanrol (1Tal.lhm. ) "ma _..
-- 11'n > COE &. CO. I Iv.ine.. hd reche.1 the e"r nt nmnT.. 'i.-v/ -I t 1T ,.
same class wilt 2.3U,:) iiinc has been orhae,. Obstructions: }'U.Ul. Indigestion, JJe- iT I I aipearinio| me livalnuavir I hat JUCXI Lawton. -neaver .1...__.I_ .1... I...' .. 1..1..6 ._n.r _..._ .... ... .

t' a large increase since, which we have: no prated and Defective Jppititcs, and all diseases defendant in the bi filed in the above cal e, resides List of Letters JOHN DENIIAM.McNAUGIIT: srreei. New iorn. from ilealh. praclniined iu rirellenre rtml "'I'hi! \
HEALING POWER.:
originating in out 01 the of Florida, and in -
precise information at hand. If an annual Europe: REMAINING in the Post Ollicc at Tallahassee, ORMOND, Knowing many ynn ao. ihil hv h".I by ..i .n ,.-
addition, at tli: r.itu of 120 ships of six bun. (olstpatOl of the IJowcls, or ItinOidtred, That said defendant appear and answer IS.U : & .nd eipewnea. ilevi.il nn, nrncle which ".>UM| .. .,>...:/
the said bill ithin the lime Newport. ,. .. .
pre.-cribed by law, table Rdvsnmce m mink nd when ihr n r >,-'.1) '
dred tons buruVn. to the vessels employed! in IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. otherw ise it shall he taken pro confe-so. It i., fur- And James Lang, Rev Thos Newport, .August 12, 154S. 4 m
our foreign trade is necessary to enable our I gives tone and vigor lo the (Digestive organs, turf Oren-re, Thai a copy of I this order be published Adjutant General Lindenberger, Richatd -- Florida- -- --Land- Sales.-- the virtues wluld be.nn knoM|>liej n;nod Ihi.OR.iNl *appr.c uel! !Ih.- '

'. merchants to abandon their busi. a i iHemarkbll ffiiili.JnimatingStiengthe ing, in some newspaper printed in (tie State of Florida A lteri. M J Levy Almond t m"n..e.IXI) U.VIQlT.l./.I/J ., ..
and Piopcrtits.Publicly once a month foi nine months. B yrd, Benjamin McGwire; Mr TILL be offered) at Auction numerous tracts of j 1 ml"faCIIed.on IU''I .., i rOF'f.1 Q.1. .r ,'
ness-if just when they are being "driven admitted by Dr. Townsend, Manufacturer JOS. l R L.\ Brown.1I. J 1 2 1cDJnel. Mr Y valuable LanJ at the places and times follow '! nit the length and 1.lb Ihe '"... e'peeu i'- .
nut of trude" they need and of .Tow nsend's be CASrR. rown, .1 l ing, viz : : I ,Incapable of o.ren.rlll.n or ilei"inmti"n.
more shipping Sjrsaparilla, to Key West March 'JS A. D. 1 1S4'J. .Va. ,Adaline j Unlike young !?. P Tins ntnll..le improves, n I
build more vessels than ever-there may be Far Better than Sarsaparilla." Tuoi.. I'. KIN:, ol.! for Comp. Harnes, Mrs EliabethHurghard fdntire, Dr G A At Pensacola on the -llh December next. I n ever chlnre.but for the bUI ..e.us u is pre|.'il.r-ii ,,, i

some truth in Whig clamors the A true COpfrom the minutes : MissF McGehee, John C Milton, Santa Ro.a County, on the Clh Dec'r. |J l!f g prtnrtplti by a tcicntijic mam. T. hishe Itnowieif*
3 against tariff Jj- In corroboralion of the above, read the annexed W. C. MALONEY Clerk. Buter. Jacob McFerson, Miss Eucheeanna.Va1on Co., on 'the 10th j Che""v. and ihe lateil Ih"vtre the ar. I1.be M t ttn
Mary
of : nlu :
1846. oroagh. ''II'Ham| in ",nl'cI.re of tlxt I Mil IV J
commmicafion:, as April N. I IS Hy R. I.. HICKS, I D. C. ngton. Sampson B Mercer, Danl Washington County, on the J 51""I".na The ar.tpnrnl.t n."ills well known t&.mnCca:
I The American artitan deprived of his i (Conclusive: Testimony and Proof rositirt. _____- __. __, ___ __ Brook, James M Maigh, Antony 13th December. I' len.contain* tnnf roe.iiein.il liri'ert.ie.i inj .,.p"pn
.
S bread."" Battle W D Marianna Jac\'on which are in"f or u There are statistics tp meet such Notice. Miller, Isaac L \ County on the 15th Deer i it fur p
n ne. prwJiic.fer.iae.tso and
ntwl
whicb
pnnn; U
an allegation as this. But if there i is FROM TIC Gn.n= H.nG: CO311'ANY.SrYou Rurthlott.SAHelli Merrill, L D Inl.3Mil Lalhoun Co.:, on Ihe 17th !| ;I''nrioas f> the !\\UL Some i>f the n\>\xtit of darMpnnila
any. : are aware I that, as the originator: of theGraefenbtrg SIX' months alter date, I will apply to the Hon. James Miller, John R I Gad.den County on the I'Jfh I rt .n vv/ed.'e they entirely" ..I"al| and nre Ii..lmthpreparation. .
where 3 mechanic who is deprived of his Company, I must have had my attention cot Probate for the County of Jefferson for Heck, Mrs Sarah Montrose J I Tallahassee, County on 'the 22d / I If they are not ure.rr,ed by ttiixtijle ptc,.
.
.. It re ail, who i il hungry, in consequence of t calhd to the Iumcrou Medicines presented to letters of di
; Walker's tarif or any other ; who and t the public patronage. 1 hate watched with murhluleiest Sneed, late of said County, deceased.WILLIAM. neal, Miss )1 P Robt PBallitamue I Madison Court House, on the 20th I I nnrtrr heat: are the very""e/ho I).rl, eo.ce P"''. \ .'lemOL
laril i Ihe introduction of the SNEED. whJrh to it r : lt. "" .
into "
C Jasper. Hamilton
r.e
Canchalagua ,
where is ? The O'Neil Win County on Ihe ht Jany.

., such case as this, who people know, that skillful know and no i t thiscouniry Medicine stand by jourself; and am free to say that no -Jefferson- -County. -- ---, October- 20. I IS 19.11. ? t .Cm Crow ell, Dr RichardCarnev Oliver, Miss ]Inth: Alligator, Columbia Co., on the 3d i liquid! Any p"nn u eso more boil f or i rn.!.the.the n..rnf|,..t ill nmior ih
so dccn'edly high as your extract - -- Mrs Mary Ann O-iborne, Mr I TERMS :-One fourth payable at the time of sale from, any thing, el.. tb.,no then l""n, this ,nsiiiI l 0' .- .Hd
industrious mechanics of every class are sure of that invaluable. plant. In iiiy Ul'fami'y I have; Notice. Collins, J J O'Ntil. CB and the balance in three 1'1id. sweeten win nol""e.. and inn coIt .
equal annual instalments. \I
I. of a plentiful subsistence i and something to seen its .-.:Iraordinarflliacr.; in the cure of a confirmed S X weeks after late, I will make application. to Carrr.Thomai Plait, Edward P Persons:desirous to know\ what particular tracts article S.-P.\RI.I.FXTR.l'Inn'n I tn. ', S\Re," Bat aun i. not .

: spare in this country, will laugh at this s'ate-: ca the-,c ln.ndili! r complaints whichreqii the Hon. Jiidae; of Probate for JeIi'rsll? county, Coles. R B p.ler on.Ieander are to be sold, wil be furnished with hand. on GENULSE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S
re prompt a tI( ihoro'igti' purification, of theblond for Letters
of Connel
David
Administration
inent of an of on II, Fltale of Far- 9 Pj-wpell Bennett application to Post Masters al Ihe above named I SARSAPARILLA.
'.. taxation. O''r.zpallls champion unequal I I deemour Canehaln! mtfar, tny far /lo'iul quhar Macrae, deceased. JOHN Al. SMITH.Aumist !!. Cannon Wm Pdsswell, Brink placed, or to I the subscriber at Tallahassee. letter Th3.is'opvepurnI. that all.the inert pro 'eru** 'thi -IT.
by
It needs no Malistirs to meet it.- / 10 any a"t all tit Sarapan/lag oj the day, 2" I&t'J' 33 Crow, James 3 Penfield, Mr paid. I: acid lapanllit of r''i lire Ant r."< ."rrr thtnf cniinb.e twemf. .
'I'lIeknoiz, the charge which it insinuates i wills; limn all/ 1 am trdtacijnaiittfd.J. .- . James L pottage or fermrntntion. is ettrxctrd and rejeeteil. ih.i. t\r
Cooper, of
to -- P.ct.Vr BEARD, Register particle medicnl) virtue i* .cur.r in I pore tiulfnnttttii t*,.
be untrue and ridiculous. I/iziness and vice 1. MARSHALL.FKOM Notice. Cleveland. Mrs Susan Puwll. Jamf of Public JOHN. (or the State of t Florida. able fonu and; and healin tbut:U propertie"nd"d. Inc"p"e.1; limn), ?al. ..f a,i' vi a

may bring 1 1:1 to destitution nn\here.- SIX month after date, the undersigned executor Carron, James er', Wm 2 Tallahassee, Aug. IS, 1S4.. 3-J-3tnXJ oiuil powerful apnlln the Ire/.1 tl.Wi) u made to*

Hut in this more emphatically than AX EXIT: L.\WEn IX XOHTJ.OrTOX,p the la-t t "il and testament of Lewis S.iunder'.dcceaisi'd Chairs, Ann Maria Rawles, Mrs L ( : The following papers will publish the above Cure of innumerable disease
country I MISSACIICSKTTS.) l)a : Holies. S J Henca the rr:' .m why ne hear
( u.reanrlil. any eiimniomlation'
*
of Leon ox fU
in any other, might the I Psalmist have ex.rlaimed NORTH IMPTOV final county will present hio Danelly, Win E Ryan Win R once a week (for three months and send their accounts t la its fivi.r by men. WUlen. and children. We find rverr it duug
f J.b 7.1549. accounts ail voucheis to the hloTi. Judge ol to time Register:" .,woniiera in the cure of
I have never seen the righteous Dear Sir-I have long WIrtt, to u'u, that I I Leon Probate Coiirl. and ask lobe dNchared.: 1 Duponi) CharlesDent Rubison Lewis The papers in Pcn.aota, Marianna and Apalach- CO..St'.UPTW.PFPSI.f.. and I.IVF.R O.tt-

a forsaken or his seed begging bread."-Coos might ui\'e you an account ol the remalka., UWISI: SAUNDKRS) :, ecutor. John } Reagan, WinRobinson icola ; the Savannah Georgian and the Republican i: PJ'IXT.: : in RIIl.l.'TSCROFUI. PII.?:!.
A* // ble cure of my only daughter of a violent July '21. DeLacr, A Mrs Isaac ; COSTIYJ.YF.IS. CUTiX/Wl'S KKVPTIC.YS.: n:
( ) Democrat. case of I Icrofub. I"-I.! 2S-fim Charleston Courier and Mercury Mobile i ,
__ ._. ; Register' orTI" al,:lti.I. .n inr
She is now almost __ DeLacy John Read, Caroline S 'r.n
threeyearsol In '- and the
ae.; Advertiser
----- Columbus OF THE
Times BLOOD.
1 Ga.
-- '-- ; and the I IMPtRIT
February last, putrid so es ipon the lips, face and; Daniey. Arthur Re<;an, Richard It .
Horrible Depravity Raleigh Standard and the Register. J' mtnlln."ICCv In all !'"nj
ani Escape of the glands mudt their appearance and increased with!I Notce.Sf John M Rolls, Thomas .I (.11.ft.1.Itiility uf rle Sfumnl c""lp'unr.Ii.in"" ,.
Villains.-!In $ihe month of X week alter I will make application to N ----- lion drtemnnation f liliKiU ( .
Eason ii)
October, 1849 Irijhtlul rapidity; one of her also became Robinson, Daniel GEOTH. i>11"1"liol| oi'trte ir:
the of Van Renesselaer .n.1 I btdly ulcerated, that tn eyes 10 the Hon. Judge Ir t Probate fl Madison County, Fvereu: Mrs F G Robinson, Andrew J BESTWICKi i j cui fret anti h.tnili.tOl.! chil.and h"II"IU(! ov.r th. f w. ..r
family could its
.wl was appearance nevelagain i bl not | m C .
a1 i for lettei! ul the e'llla C."tI. In.1 ;pn n 'e' "i x
> Rotate Wholesale
on John &
\dlililratinn ol Edwai Js Retail .
tered midnight, by some sacrilegious be re-toied. Th continued i !.r "i i.x \\ck1, J. deceased. Mrs Lcuisa M I Ro:!,John Grocery &Provision Dealer, j pectorition penile (irrs; rcLuinij stricture, ui '-
I P.oyce JOHN C. .McGEHEK. l un. throat and
the child Rhine every other
Jas pnru
being a most t horrible.iiilit i: and the hearts f'arcoth.cy TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. ,
the .
wretches", But in nothing
were broken and May 2rt. IsJ'J. 21-Gw i il" rte llrncr niorr .
corns open I of t her parents almott I.'rtmm: Reaves, D B nifejty seen I v.
; broken. During Ihe whole of kaowledzed than in all kin""lt.nd ,
the silver -- -- -- : constantly hand and for SIIIe. > f
on sale
,
at the
plates forcibly wrenched from them. this period we ucd! SARSAPARILLA IN LARGE: -- Fedrick, JamM Svlr.lnch: KEEPS : FEMALE COMPLAINTS.

The ghouls then proceeded to rob the boil.i QUANTllFS. but Ihe diseasei not arrested in I Notce. Finley Maj J J -nn W thislineef business.t cash prices Flours, for cash. alihe article in j It vrorks wonders ciues of !,wr.ITh.sor If\itii. F&figo

: .' : ics of article of value i the disease was still al its height,, SIX month after nnder!iined! adminis !Gedson, Henjamine| Smith, Sid of 'Inal'ie.Suzar tnutila. ; Tea
cruelly Bacon Hams of tbe menstrual
e\'ej I de Mrs Colee. ,Soap.Candlet ,Rai i I liy (I"ri..ds. and the like; and i is a* tftcuml
I Ioni; Gassaway A Sfort j
happened of the Mary Jesse
call nun
ting obtain the rings ene day to at I the store oft>ur very estate of Sarnnel ,, Whiskey and all la I curing all the Cirnii of Kidney Diuam.
rtr. Afier hav. I other articles
gentlemanly agent in this place ansi relating Ihe Tlieiis, ', late 01 Leon Countydeceased, will present Giluiore, James Simson, Lewis P found Lal. usually : By rrmovin? obitructiun ami rrunt! ; the jeoTtl ing completed their horrible work, they left I manner in which our child was afflicted, he adiUed i his accounts and voucheru. to the lion. Court of Pro. Green, Lovis Saunders L M t esta ilishmenls. All persons wanti I i lein. It five. tone and strength Iu the whole botly. ami! thu*

.. the vault, and notwithstanding the most un. me lo make a trial of your CancIJala I took but L Lone bate for Leon County, and a-k for a final settlement Gofxlen,James Smith, Miss Ella jog to purchase invited any o' the above articles, are respectfully i 1 ''ante all forms ofNeriosis

remitting search, no clue could be obtained b.lle. having; no confidence, in it la., but r.nninen- and discharge from his; :JiJ administration.SIMEON, Gaunt, La Fayetle Singltron.CTJSherman elsewhere. to call and price them before buying i ;aad thus prevent or relieves diseases It preU and""IIt'Iof debility oth r mat.de; %

by the police of them. A short I I ted giving it according, to jour direction. stopping: : TIEUS.f.v Grine Wm Elizabeth Store i as ffinat ..t4t, .. Ji"t r9lgia 51 tit*' Damte, S.o*.tmg
time since I all other medicines at once, and ; ; 1'M ISIt!). 20 Hobby, Alfred Smith, L 'man formerly occir>ied by L. & IL Greenberg ffiirflie Fits. Cunvmliiumt. &c.
- one in tter: nurler., \prhally apprehending I : .. ..:_:I.'.. __ ., il just. five das the ; -- -.- .. Hudson, Hamilton :> &Co., corner of Monro and Jefferson streets. I It cle.inies the blood euites the liver tn henltbr action. Vmrs
I avtClllll; I3IUIJ> utlrpaol', tllC Uicer UC rtll HJ Ileal. '- -- --- -- Sturgess Miss Elizabeth. May 12, lS.fi.. 10.Liverpool. I Ike toumch. and gives good dipr.t.on: relieve th" b"wel. nfequalise
danger, or conscience smitten, turned State I and the improved rapidly lor three weeks, and to our JMotice. Hall.John C Smith. Hannah I I tI Art..., Lint.tfl.tiatnn. nii.ra ihtl.i..nr.tis.n. ,flflflfla. the .klD_ _

evidence and exposed the names of his as. 'I'tr%' great joy was appaienlly; cined-lei than two months after dale I Hie uldcrinpd. of I theadministrators Hollinusworlh.WT Sharnngton, Hen Salt. !I i equnllyalt, trie over circitl.ition the body ar and the the DINN! |. .priMlucin tuibe ; If"",:'. waruita n.
in. ,
bottles ole Hart, James L (irnpirilion; Ke-
been
t-ociates ;;n crime, but they got wind of it and > having: u-ed. :Naming Ibis case to some ol theeslateof William S Tlieus, Herrinuton 2 SIIepaTd. Maranda I ) ECEIVED per Schooner Lucy Blake.GOO Sacks '!\ taxes alt strictures ami tigotnes rrftu vr all uhttruetion luidi
of
our inciedulous friends Nathaniel Sjiinclics I L invlsorates the
n B
made their they seemed think that late of Leon cousty.d i enure nerviiu S'IteDl. l I. D";this lhenI
_ escape from the city.-Albany. i\i the cure must, have been,, elected bv Ihe \ e of the odunts and voucheis to t r.acdnl I present of Probate his ac-of Humphrjs, John Speer James \LiverpoolSalt. Fur sale JOHN by ,I The medicine loa i rc-erainfnily nttd ti

KnkkerhoTN. i! SARSAPARILLA, and it was not easy, under the and ak final. Hudndl, Miss B: Spiatl L DENHAM.- i,i But cnn lint of the>e things be "".i <.f! w. I'. Town-end's info-
County
a settlement
Ion lo and discharge Newport 31st March
IS nor art'flpT' Thu ,, .
--- i I Hopkihs) Mr- Stout i ymmr mn" liuiini .
drum.lancel.' to arsue against Out opinion : BUT from his said administration.SIMEON. Mary L,dia i !-i t ell

A project is on foot in London for j I! NOW FOR THE PROOF. When thechild TIIEUS. Insrram, Mrs Sarah Smith, RB 2 T 1.'I'I bemnw COMPARED uf one OK.AM)WITH.'. TIlE OLD DR'S.
appear.
organ. 'C'f. that LIt- oDe IS l.NCAMBLE
ed to be Irwin, John M f
izing a monster exhibition of arts and I| perfectly cured, we stopped giving her your Mav 1 It', 1MO. 20 Smith, Patrick I of Dk.TEUlOKATUJ.\ unit
speciinens I exit act, supposing all was safe; but in Iwen.y-fivs --.- -- -- _.- J.'ckonTtia 2 Sharpies-! J A FUL.supply ma Ifcluret Tobacco.just reI i i NEVER SPOILS,

ofnduMrJ and ingenuity from all parts I i inl d.>!; the same eruption, tunning, at the eand Notice.SIX Johnson, Mrs R Turner, Reuben and for sa'l by 1!i I! while Ihe other pOK.tunrmf' : /"'"/;' unit Vmrmr tkt
the ,'ord. is proposed to beheld in j swelling beiran to return. We waited five *da\a to Johnson Young 2 Townsend. Eater 1 NAUGHT ORMOND. I I I t.ttlu cnntaming U inwfrmrinrnn ; the ,>u,. ncie IKUH) eiplu

1851, at hyde Park, in a building constructed j!' see if it would amount to any thing serious ft in- months the Hon.after Jud date eof, the underpinned wil apply Jones, I. Truluck Jason Newport, March 1 IS 19. &10 I I I diDK.pound and be damagioK poisono-n' ulher to the eooj vjr'*uiu' MunCnui 1IrAlt'thu put borrbl ae>-t nt corn* atyttem

for .creased rapidly a* before. We : Probate for Lton County Jones, N S Vinzant, I already durnfed with. .,
.nd'hat
f ihe again bul
le commenced c n long |
purpose, a in at an expense eJflfne 'I I giving her jour medicine, and in five days, (the same ''o letters of di mi, ion from the Estate of Arthur Johnson, Mrs HoxanniJoh 'Wilson Jackson Just Received, 1!1 acid 1 Do we not nil know that when (Ii..l) soiirn In .ur UMI.
hundred thousand: pounds% sterling. Prizes i deceased. aehs. what mixchirf' it produces 1 rI.lcu..nc" hrHrtba.-u -
of lime Iurnelen. Iisdlline pantatton |
period before she on Williams
as ,) ban to grow better, : Nathan LEWIS AMES' Drug Store of the he-itt. liver .
fresh cuiimlain
ire to be given away from (five thousand i; and in about two week* was "el again. From that JOHN: S. HART, Ex'r. JohCA"r
i: to Ibis, the September S, I ISI'.t.'! C. King, Paul c\ -among ,; humor In the bmly' What
pounds downwards!, to the value of twenty i day child hai beel perfectly well. _. :-. Samanda are the following : prodtiif* ail cboo hnns.r' ihitii
i brine on Einpin. .
of .
I -
I My father lsiac -" --- --- Konrionin | toe Skin. culd U. Silt Kheum. L/>-
Hodges, of North LW ,
thousand pounds. The total expenses of this Adams Mas., Notice. Whiten, DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS ipeias. White S-. ?line! <. Fever S.re.. and all nl..mtlln.l.
i a PHYSICIAN, to Kin?, S I D AND RES terns! '
41 world's i came i ec us with Ihe intention o f, Robt and ei.ernal It is nothing under .".Yen. but an ncul
convention" for
the encouragement i i prescribing fur her bul as we were using your med- SIX' Months after ,lff,1 I shall apply to the Judge Knit, Hob Walk.r. A B TORATIVE BTERS. sabtacce. which ,.ur,. anti tbns SH.JIM all toe lluidi >>f the
of art. are computed at two hundred thousand i i icine with nuccegj, and the child improving rapidly, Probate of ", County for a final Key, ( Walker, Amelia Designed for, and rcil cu'' Dyspepsia Liver Complaint acid body gunl more which or' les..hl iuinu"ces rti.i eif Kheuni u
poutidv) or 1,000.000.. Prince Albert has I he did not condemn it, but left his own prescription bent ol m} accounts as administrator I the slle- King, Willis 'Wood, JulnTolhride diseases, Piles Jaundice-and all kindred where irntitine an<) mrt.mnnf u*the bittern delicate 1lau thej..ear'u("aDJ>" whit ale,
j ,
consented to act as President and i I to be used in case your Extract failed. We had no I of Jesse Tow nsend and Daniel Townsend dc.ccacd.! Rev R M S resulting from a disordered stomach or impure It acts? So uf nervou dutensev imparity of the tilmxi nl

the superintend I occaMon for it, and I am uie he wil now recom and for a final di-chariie, from Ihe administration of Laikini, Whitehead.MrWilliams state DR.of blood. t j| deranged hnmat nature.i cirriilatiuns.. and nearlv. all ihv ailnieau) whu" ariiiO
enterprise. HULL'5
mend Jour medicine in similar C3hl. r htse e ta'es. All persons interested will take no Ixy, Robert Jf-s R The WORM I LOZENGES. i!!I Now is U nut nornbte to mike and sell, aad in>.itn, _.
fet. etfetual
most
Your obedient seivan' I tice accordingly.I Lainir, Rachel W>'ch, Littleton : and pleasant preparaton to use thisSOUhi.NG

Arrival; of Frederika Jiremer.-The cmi. HORACE: J. : BENJAMIN MANNINO, Adm'r. Land, Benjamin Wheeler, F G hlforllhe public, for the eradication of FER.I.J.iTlSG.(10 eO IPUL'XD.
nent and JODG 3- James T. Archer, is Laii.jr, Japer Yourman I Children or Adults. j: OF S. P. TOWNSEND.
universally admired authoress Miss I Esq., my Agent to attend .
Inll hI'
HULL'S COUGH I )eC ul Frederika FROM K. II. WIXkLOW, IIAMiKK toal matters connected with the administration of Lofton. Wm LOZEGE. Tnwntenil's ,., that Old I Ilr. JMOD
Hremer, has at length arrived in WALL8T., X. Y. Will PREVENT Consumption Gra. Ori itol ttirtuforula, U an I.MrT.VI
this New York, Sept..l I 14S. r hE (slatt!. U. AL b- Persons calling for any of the above letter al cases of of his interior prrparjuoii', '
country.. Her. coming creates. something I Tn Vrri\t-Tir\f\ \, Gav. VMI.. July 2S, 1S19. 20-*.m will please say they. are CotdsAsthmaSpittin.ot Blond Pains the Side, i Heaven fnrhiil thnt we should eftl! l in an article which wantS

01- n St'nsal"n In llerary circlcs. Already( My Dear Sir-I l cheerfully' comply with jour rein advertised.M.. NASH P. :. Shortness nlaints. of Breath and all other Pulmonary Com- i Ind bear wbich the most.hould ilistnntresembl.ince brinr d."n DIKn to..t.Is.. 01.P. 'f1wn"J'n.. ,.rriel. .

gays I New York letter Thursday aflernoon, (JUllt acknowlrdgine with others, the benefit Sale by Master i Chacer. --October--- -fi-, ic-i.-i .19 .3t I IL"O I lead conipliunts and crimination UI" &nrnAgenI.ihuhav V "ucn""n"'I.! old.
-- \
ere she has in which I have derived from Ihe use of order of the -- --- ---- and purchasers who have used :*P.Tow n..end'"FER.M I tNTINU
the
a ExtractofCdncbalagua"or I
L".1 new world half an your BY Superior Coul County, LOOK AT THIS. DR. HULLS FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, colPotD.We .
hour, she in overrun with visitors welcoming California Plant. ,Its effects up. in Equity I will otTer at public sale, bcolc the Well Safe. Certain, and Effectual Cure '[ wish it nndeiMtnntl. because il is the niWut frmU. that
I .' on my fcjslem are evident and Court House in 9. P. "'nsend's article, '
gratifying, and have and Old Or. Jacob
the first Towo-vnd's i'ar-
on in for Fever
her to our ..bon's.A induced Talahas'ee. Monday RI' D. I,. WIIITK, JR., antgue, Chills and Fever Intermittent sapnrill.i are j'4t1a..i.1'a.t. aJ ,.
me to lecomrnenJ its that
December .ja.reJ.4.llcr
use to 'friends and next', following ;
my ; \'iz and al I
I am pleased to assure you that in no infancf have Lot No. 52, in the north addition property of,the city: of THUS aunounces to Ihe public that he istravei Cents Boz.Fever. Price reduced to .Seventy-five i I i In they common.are unlike m every particular, hdvmgnuc one single: thing

Successful/ Tyj ]iihn I I been disappointed' in its cthcacy.! I do Tallahassee I the residence tie counties of Middle Florida a DA per I I As S. P. Town end is
>o.- F. Phelps, not hesitate ( of Jesse Atkinson Eyq.) a The above Medicines, ficsh and no doctor and never wtu. i$5 aw
4 esq. in, GUERRIAN ARTIST, prepared to wait genuine.are for' ctien gi*.no
phumuiiceuttat-kn.n.s
confidence -
in its on ,
who elected my remarkable medicinal quali ana lour negroshivcsviz: Harriet and her indivjduals no mnre of inedicinr ur d.a-
wasrecently children. sale
President ''
by than
of ease
the (ties, and to state that at their homes, and will guarantee a LEWIS & AMES. any other common unscientific.nijjwufeiion l BMB.
I I believe The
it above
will be found sale is for ition : picture I'
N.York and Erie Railroad 'to bean part among t the and Jot I wh\t gwaxtea can the public b/ive .
Company I'ir or no charge lor his trouble and Tallahassee, Fa. I that they v! f" in2 *
was excellent remedy in most case of diseases of the distributees of Samuel Bryan and of Leah ; w go Into rename scientific, medicine .
Atkinson For certificates containing all the virtue of th"
of
a journeyman printer but a few years since. liver and kidney, in pulmonary afflictions, and also both deceased. The negroes will sold for cash any neighborhood where there are a half dozen whwill recommendation, and other information I articleu'eii in preparing it.and which lIe oclI.ble| "I chin-e*

By a cl 'lt' wppiicHtion I; ; and a of in the purification of the blood A.C. That your and the lot on terms made known on bp the day of sale. have pictures if notified by letter, at Talahai'see. concerning the above Medicinessee future I henlth.which might render lucm the .AUK.NTd of J'llItIaue"lh-l. ml
and
:-: good luck, he iia, rapidly sprinkling merit in the introduction of this invaluable plantmay Purchasers (to ray for ti'le papers. Quincy Monticello, or .ad.iton. as your I ad\'ertitEmenls.of the Aeents.pamphlets! which may be Obtained But whaiet.eshnnld beexi-eciedfrom one wh.'h'- .

tension of \ pOSe be appreciated, is Ihe sincere wish of BENJ. whereabouts. Can make a plcturl at any Log ,! Ing coniMrtti\ely( of iiinlicme, or disease lire<|iiire '<-. ,
0 j
a and WITNER. Cabin in Florida March 13,134. 35 of some ei < .
honorable the
.' competency, an Youu fincCrev. R. H. WINSLOW. declarations of any Artist to I |erience U cook and erv.up even a mnuiK'n uerrnt
.
lieal. How
station at the head 1hster Chancerv. the -- ---- much m re III'IIIe| is it that the .
of the first Railroad $3* contrary notwithstanding. Instruction in IIf:1S"DS "h man ;
Companyin a description of Cali- September, 1519. lOw given Drugs Medicines Mfacture medicine designed for .
America, covering a capital of 823 foinia, together with inleifsling infoimalion, in relation : Ihe art, and an apparatus furnished at from 75 to &c. WEAK STOMACHS A5D ENFEFBLKD STSTEMS
lolhe I $100. Price of Pictures from $1 00 to $-1. should snow well the meilicnl
Notice.
000,00. CAMCHALAr.UA.itsiemaikitbleefTicacy prt>|>eriie* of 1.I.\IIts.( the hell
and cures, are GIVEN: AWAY the AGENCIES. September 2!, 184t-: 3S 3t EDWARD BARNARD, JR., naaner of securing 4ml conrenirating their heitlinr virtue
weeks after late I will apply to the Honora also an extensive k.nuwede! of the various disease* hieb affect
SIX
Singular Rumor. Sold
The Hartford by LEWIS received by Ihe late the
I & human
Calender, AMES. Judge of Probate fur Monroe for letters arrivals a syLeu.an. ri-nv to ad.i: |>l remedie* to thene diseases!
an Episcopalian: Agent, Tallahassee Florida. County .HAS h addition to his stock of Il is b> arrest W.Itiai4! the
paper, states a fact of administration the For Sale GEN-I upon tinlnriun.tte. t> pt1F balm mti'
t. a communicalcd on estate' of Benjamin wounded
October DRUGSD humanity lit kimil
J 1649. hi--e in the bnM
r 39 Cm MEDICINES: of liejpainn; >m. la
to its editor by a most reliable privale -.--- -,-- -- Meegen deceased. P. J. FONTANE. LIKELY NEGRO of of al ,, restore health, and lil'xiin. and v.ir; .nu the cruthed anil bn*
A .AN.abOt2 years good
-'- quality, I
age lotcfor kea.aml
authority, that the President of one of the THE GALPIN HOUSE. Key West, August 30,1S49.: 40 6w a tolerable good carpenter bv Also( on hand a geneial assortment ot'the following ; has t-Ut'GHT to bnnish and Infirmity t'UIJM)that the OUt oruortuii.ly' .JIX and>BTO\V.N3KM mean to brinf>

.. largest Puritan Colleges in New England S. S. KNIGHT. which are d viz | hw
NEWNANSVILLE warranl genuine : i
FLORIDA. Notice.rpIIREE September 22, IS 19. 37 ilouck's j Grand Universal
.
has arrived TiE public arc informed thai the GAL- months after date -- -- --- -- -- -----.- tore, Wistar's Balsar of Wild Cherry Kemedf
it I
will Brandreth's
ty failure. The Puritan Recorder says .I;;:; is now for the JL of apply to the Notice. Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic within the reach,and t' the kn wleditt of all who need it,Ikal
opined reception Jude Probate for ;
the
,
that the allusion : Ion. County of Jef. Camphor, they irmv learn unit know by jo\ful In
c is mad of Hoarders eiprrienre.
to Dr. Woods, jr. and Travellers, and fer to sell BARRELS fresh Thomaston Worm Cough and Dinner Lozenges 'Iraii.scendeiiC
the rest assured there will be they may Ifave a part of the real estate of '5 Lime Bonpiand's I Power to Heal
IJfC.idfntorDo"doin no pains itpared in Thomas Celebrated Fever and
(,8nd making Stephens! deceased Kentucky Bagging, Ague Remedy Lucenia Cordial
the rumor to be false, though it has no presumes means them comfortable a far as in t the power of I the Pro OCTAVUS H. C.ADSDEN, Gunny Bagging, Thompson's Eye Water McMunns' Elixir of Opium Sold wholesale and retail liy

i of proving a negatite. prietor to do so. His stables are new and in first I Guardian of the children of aid Thomas Hemp Rope Salt&c., Sands. Sarsaparia. Turner Fever and Ague Pills, THOMPSON. SKILUIAN & CO.,
Ur.0. owes it to r"tf oider, and a first rate ostler always m For sale Tyler's Bilious
atten McNAUGHT and
his) friends and the dance. Stephens deceased. by &ORMOND. AntiDyspeptic 102 Nassau street, New York.
,: public to de. Jefferson CountySept. 22, 1519.!> 37 2am3m Newport, Sept. S, IS.19. Pills, Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, Peters' and'
: fine his position." N. B. Private apartments always furnished for lalies. -. Spencer's Pills, and is Agent for S. P. Townsend's And by LEVIS & AMLS,

GEO.: M. GALPIN, Groceries &c. Confectionery and celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 l Agents, Tallahassee.
Coloniat
a ... I.-The Hark "Huma" of this Newnan ie,June 23, 1 S19.-2 Proprietor. I BAGS RIO COFFEE, =ENRY KINDON would Baker.I and bottle. Also, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from per April 21, 1S49. 16-ly I?

I por char1ered uy me American i/oiomzaiion, J.CS do. Domingo the public generally, that he has on hand, and pure Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable'for Ihe

.. I 14th Society which sailed from Savannah on the '4 DHLS.2J( bbl SI.. Cincinnati Louis Flour! ,Flour, :: do. White Java do. is constantly manufacturingCANDIESof all kinds,I sick Porter or ordinary&c., &.c.use than that usually sold, London Blacksmithing100Dt .

May, with 183 passengers, arrived at 3n, U Whiskey', 2 do. Drown do. do. such a: June 10, iSIS. 47 OOD, substantial, and cheap BlacksoiilhinS of

.J. Sinorc, '4iLeria on tbe 27lh June. We have OOO Ib.nAcon Side, 2 Bbl,. crushed Sugar PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS. ---- --- all kinds done at the Shop near my Stable, occupied

.. ', :' seen a leter from tbe Captain, in which he SOW( Ibs. Shoulders, 2 Boxes Loaf do. CINNAMON. LEMON CANDY, 10 BARRELS PRIME PORK last year by Miller & Brokaw.

'f ;, :4: says that two of the passengers children bOO Ibs. Hams. For Sale low by Gshen Butter, Box, and Pine Apple Cheese, Supe- WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY 5 casks bacon Shoulders, January 20, 1St''). 3 A. A. FISHES
died pericr Family Flour, Cider, and White HOARHOUND ; 50;( -
L ), Wine VinejarCodfish bbl. St. Louis -- ---
the S. S. Western
on passage. Both of them KNIGHT. And various others them ant Flour,
had been sick ; herrings Chocolate among several that
July 7th, 1849. 27 Candies, Sauces, are 5 Sacks Rio S. S. Knight
X from their binh. The rest of the Pickles, Almonds, Figs, Table Salt, &c. &c. useful for colds coughsand U i prepared to manu of all kinds. Just
passengers facture( and all kinds Liquors received and for sale b continue business at his old stand, wb
that
Received any be
; were in brig Suwannee and may ordered both WILL
for
;c good per sale )
; by
Journal and Summer GEO. H.
Spring
helb.-.V. BEST
1. Clothing. AlcNAUGHT wholesale and retail. WICK. hopes to wait on such of his friends as hale
Commerce. o ORMOND. Tallahassee June
C I1AItK V STIhl'MAN are now receiving a Newport, March 1, 1649. & He i is also prepared to carry on Baking in all its 12, 18.! heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, pTOmIs

I *VL. The editor of hartford Times has small, but select assort ment ol SPItING AND -- ------ .-1- branches,from the plain LaJof Bread, to the most Just Received ing that all shall have good articles lair priceD-
.! < tie re. SUMMER CLOTHING -- exquisite Cakes and April 25,1549. 17
visited together with a few arli.cleg Paltil1 and the public ,
cently Groton where heal jntro. such asDrills S. S. KNIG1I'rVho1ea1e can always] be accommodated by giving timely notice PER! SCHR. TALLAHASSEE, a lar eand fresh

'," duccd to Mother Bailey, the heroine of ihe Drap d'Ete, \ & Retail Grocer & Provision[ Dealer at the Bakery and Confectionary on Jeteuon street' ,, ol sugar-cured Ham, plain Hams, Rice Pure Sulphate of Quinine.

: ., Stonington fight.' heart and affable, Cashmcrettes, 91ari>ellles, k(. oproilt the Auction Room of R. le Berry Esq.,I Flour Bacon Sides,Lard, &c. All which will be rpHE subscribers have on hand two hundred TI(1
_3 .. TALLAHASSEE, FLOBIDA. Tallahassee, Dec. 16 1848. sold at the very lowest rates for cash
: in her 92d Suitable 'to and only.
c hough year. She lived with the manufacurt to be disposed of for _L filly ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, tin' theY
:. husband of her youth 70'ycars' (she CASH, and ONLY, at moderate profit, ; and KEEPS constantly on hand,and offers for sale at I GEO. H. BF.ST WICK, have obtained direct from the manufacturer*. anil
says) would invite advance on cost, for cash, all the Fresh Groceries. Corner of Monroe and Jefferson
cordially their old .Irieiids standard streets.
: ; without a word in and cuitiii. Mav they will warrant il to be a superior ankle.
{; spoken anger. er to call and purchase. articles in his line. Four of approved qual. JUS receiving from New York and New Orleans, 12. 1SJ9. 19 We have enlarged our flock of Drugs Medicines

At 'the Uourhor (K)'.)'Agricultural Fair, Tallahassee, .March 17, 1649. U Soap iries-Sugars, Candles!, ,Colleen Lard,,and Tea all similar, Ham articles, Pork., t and choice assortment of Groceries, conoistingin : Tin Manuactor. by recent arm ivats, and are prepared to esecuio retails
1 -together part of Bacon orders for articles in line at wholesale or
hold 3 since Mrs. Hams Sides and Shoulders our ,
Abor tino ChapmaiK Cole. n-ceived from New Orltans with Ftuiti, Irish Potatoes. Onions, Nul, Mackeral No. 1 and HAVING workmen we are
.\ JUST Neff'a 2, Candle, Soap, Flour, on the most nccoumodal in? terms.
mitt, daughter of(; '. Crittend SIlar Raisins !. Almonds,and all other Coffee, to fill all orders
0\ in forth.
receivedthe : Slt.ln(1 Shouldei'*, (a new I'lid.) Sn. articlesujually Lard, Tobacco, Teas, Almontl. Candies, New Or. our line in a We have aUna few account yet dne to us

premium, a 100 cup, forthc bcsUilk. quilt, rga Cured ", 30'LLh. floor &c. For ate by foun in similar establishment. leans Sugar &.C.- low for cash. the prompt and satisfactory manner. All orders from year IS-17. The are generally m small aW.UEt5.

made with her own hands.! JOHN McL'OUGALL. nex' door above G. H. Meginnis, ca Monroe Store removed next door In John W. yle's. county wi receive immed'ale attention. A. hut if the whole could be paul *hT'1-v' ,.1' uTdgo
- July 7, 1!(19.) ?7 street.April JOHN McDOUGALL.or lberal given, to merchff if> and dtaleM. 'towards Liquidatingceltaifl' slurs hieh wP O'C

25, 1819.' 17 ly_ June 9.t 1S4C. 23 I. Ina flSkAIA _a.s_T_WIJ1TE&CO._ -LEWIS- -&- -.ME5.--
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