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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 17, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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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., SATUEDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1849. VOLUME I-lfO. 45. : ,

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THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL \UTt1MN.-BT THOMAS HOOD. and when, by your attentions you have drawn tnt month (July 1840)) Colonel Mansclon Fie added, that be bad had no access or after children had berti born the marriage was

U rCBU HCD JYEal' A.TCRDA1.TKUKI I taw old .Autumn in the misty morn her regards to yourelf beware trifling and president. It i i. remarked that the court was this propensity since Lc was in the ho"pital!, Innulfd. an.i.tbt* place of the wife W:taken
shadow less, like Silence,
-. -" -- To Standing silence for no lonely bird would listening sing inconstancy. wi nft now attempt the portrait extremely crowded;and that many ladies were but that he would] not be sure it might not by PrincEls Katherina, t the daughter of tbo

TERMS : Into his hollow ear from woods forlorn, : of that most despicable of mean things present. return when his wounds were healed. Still I King of Wurtemberg. Madame Mere sur.

: DOLL*nt per annum, if paid in advance.TntK Nor lowly hedge nor solitary thorn ; in male coquette. I wi.l spare the reader The facts of this mysterious affair; as they I he hoped not.u I think I am cured," said reyed the splendors of her family with penetrating

I A'D A HALF, if paid' within six tnonti.i. Shaking his languid locks all dewy bright the dissection of such a. brainless, hearties?, came to light in examination, are as follow : he. .I had never seen any one die ; in the ? ant provident eyes. She thriftily saved
FOUR DOLLAR, if not paid until the end Ihejear. With tangled gossamer that fell by night, contemptible counterfeit of For months several incom. ,* Who know" she
and
: Pearling his corcnct of golden corn. a man, rest some past the cemeteries in and hospital I have seen of my comrades htr said.
;, c3-Theae 1erui will be rigidly adhered to, and my appeal on higher grounds. I appeal to around Paris have been the scenes of a frightful expire by my side. I believe I am cured, for but that I may have to keep all these kings
no paper will be discontinued' until all ttrearag.are Sub- Where are the songs of Summer? With the sun, the honor and the manliness of young men. profanation, the authors of which had succeeded now I fear the dead." and queens one day ?"
ol the publisher Opening the dusky eyelids of the South
:, criber paid, unl will<11 at be the received option for three months at One Till shade and silence waken up as one, agaiiut trifling with the affections of the frruale in eluding all the vigilance that was ThE surgeons whojittended. him were then Another interval elapses r>f thirty jear .-

Dollar-ix months at $1 SO. Every order for the And Morning sings with a warm,odorous mouth. heart. exerted to detect (hem. At one lime the (examined and one of them read a sort of me. The ernperor the master of the continent the

paper out of tins) county must be accompanied with Where are the merry birds ? Away, a\u\, The moment a joung man approaches a guardians or keepers ol these places of burial moir he had received from Bertram!, which marvel of the world has chafed himself to

the taih, unlesu the order'comes the through Stale. any of cur On panting Lest owls wings should through the inclement skies, young lady with attentions designed lo win were themselves suspected ; at others, the contained the history of his malady as far as death,at St. Helena, ((3th May, 1321,) in mean

regularly authorized agents in Undazzled at noon-day.prey her affections, that moment lie lays imseJ odium; was thrown on the surviving relationsof his memory served htm. collisions! with 1 sir Hudson Low, :jailer,

ADVKKTISCMKNTSWill And tear with horny beak their lustious eyes. under all the obligations that are facn'd the dead. From these notes it appears that there bad spy and bully. His son grows up in Austrianpalaces

be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per squire Where are the blooms of Summer ? In the West the eye "God and honorable men to he\art The cemetery ofPere la Chaise was the been something singular and abnormal( about i wondering over the history and worshipping -

cf twelve lines (or the first,and fifty cents for each Blushing their last tolhc last sunny hour hours, trifling with her peace and happiness; 1 first fed of these horrible operations. It appears him from the time he was seven or eight years I the memory of his father. lie fink

u'neiiient iniI, rtilln. A reasonable deduction Where the mild' eve !h> udden night is prest. she accept his advances, she is virtually for) a considerable time the guardians old. It was not so much in acts, as in his I into an rarly grave, having only said i ona

will be made on Ir;al notices: etatentICePyear- LiketearfulProsperj'incsnatrhedtrum f her flowersTo wife, and may not Ic cast off*, elcept for the had observed 3 mysterious figure flitting; love solitude and his profound melancholy I memorable! sentence :in his life, and that to :

lv notices \ithou'alter.aon.with the::office., by persons having Where is a I most he pride gloomy of Summer bicast.-the green prime- gravest reasons1 I was going to say for' about by night among t the totn'is' on whom that the aberration was exhibited; ; and it was French officer about to return to France, from ;

All regular announcements accounts of candidate (or office. FIVE: The many, many leaves twinkling? Three such reasons only as would justify a divorcefrom they never could lay their hands. As they not till two years ago that l his fiightfu i peculiarity a visit:: to \ tnna-know no one in Pari, .

MLLAu-invariahh' in advance. No attention On the mossed elm; three on the naked lime, the marriage tie. Occasional neglect, approached, he disappeared like a phantom ; fully developed itsplf Passing a ceme- but! salute: for me the column in the palace cfYeruloni

will be paid to any o'rdertor announcement,unl1I't Trembling-and one upon the old oak tree or preference of the society of other is as and even the dogs lat were let loose, and I. one day, where grave-diggers \\rf 1 -." Louis, second son Louis. King

accompanied with the cash. notices Gone Where into is the Dnad's immortality ? much an injury to the chosen one before as nrfd:: to seize him, stopped short, and ceased I ) a body That! had just 'been interell i of Holland, becomes, the heir of the Empe.
re1i iou". marriage. and obituary: pub. mournful cypress and dark .ew. cOrn
Ml lisbedrratuitouMy; but editorial notices for pri. Or wearing the long gloomy w inter through after marriage. to bark, as if they were transfixed }by a charm. ; to observe them. A violent show. I ror. lie has beadlt hair-brained attempts!to

vati beneSt,will be charged as advertisements. In the smooth holh's green eternity. I is an excellent custom in some parts: of W hen morning broke, the ravages of this ler of rain interrupted their labors, which ,they I make him-elf! an emperor at Strasbourg and

The jquirrel gloats on his accomplished hoard Europe to have the betrothal of parties as strange \ i'aot weie hut too ,'isile-! graves : left unfinished. At this lihlo? says Bertrand I Uoil"gne: ; he has been the laughing-stock of

JOB WORK. The ants h \'brimm'dthe1t garner with ripe grain, publicly announced as their wedding and n I had been cpenod, cofiins forced, and the re. I I 'horrible desires : m head: Eur' pe ; he has published unreadable 'books

tire well prepared to execute Job Work, such And honey-bees have stored young man who should alter betrothal di ide I mails of the dead( fiightfiilly torn and ml.lila.1! throbbed my heart palpitated violently; }I excused !. and pamphlets) socialist tendencies! ; hu hascsctpeI

as bill. 'uth. blanks pamphlet, &c., with nf atnr.s The sweets Summer in their luscious cells ; I Ibis attentions with other young ladies would I ted, lay scattered upon lie carth. Coud: the I. myself I my companions, and returned ] from the fortress of Ham. in the dis-
and despatch. All work of this description, Therwallcws all havewinied acrcTss the main; soon lose his character and he who should IKihe I the had iisK of r.Ktson's laborer, wih his
havincearlv accounts with But here the Autumn melancholy dwells ; surgeons guilty parties: ? No. A to cemetry. I just succeeded in ex : : a plank on
for per*'M venture to boast do of the member of the profession: I the when I watching 'h"u.cl.r and by I the of six millions
The tte. "i.t h, Init1 fir on d,1ir.'rv. And sighs her fearful spells: as some amopg us being brought to burning body), saw a peasant ; slJfagP'
Among the sunless shadows ol the plain. number of their conquest.*, would be universally the spot, declared that no scientific knile had I. me at gate. Whilst he went to inform of men, he is the Presidert the Republic

/\lone.3100c, despised and expelled from reputable been there ; but certain parts of the human I j the authorities of what he had seen, I France.As .
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Business Carts, ct. She sits Upon: and mossy reckons stone.the dpad and gone, society.--X.' 1" Organ. body)might he required for nnalotnical studies, withdrew, and retiring into a neighboring much apparently depends on the characteristics .

With the last: leaves ol up a J lore rosary: the grave diggers might have violated : wood, I IlaiJ myself down, and in spife tftLt-: : : of this family, in B,;. a depended .

A. E. MAXWELL, Whilst all the withered world looks drearily From Chamber's Eilinburg Jour'nnl. the tombs tc obtain money I by the sale of them. torrents of lain that were falling, I remained i upon; them thirty years ago. widow of

Like a 1irn picture of the drowned past The watch: was doubled ; but to no purpose. there in a state of profound insensibility for :.! the lawyer: and all the children who excited S
AT A1J1D LYCATHOPY.
) ATTORNEY In the hushed mind's mysterious far-away. A her anxieties when
young soldier was one night seized in a several bOIJ. she wept in 1785, havo
attend all the Court of the Middle C r- Doubtful what ghostly thing will steal the last, WHOEVER has read !the 'Arabian Nights* .
! w '* Store. I tomb, but :lie declared he had gone there to From this period he appears to haTe givenfree ps-('d into the sui Burn
S. F. *
that the
) Into distance
cuit. J- Office over gray upon gray. nutcitainnfntb', be acquainted! vitlt I the I
TaUahaue, Oct. 27, 1S49. 42 \i meet his s\tttlcart, and had fallen asleep! ; I course to hU inclinations ; but as hf itarv exception of Jtflm.-in 17fl5 the babe,
0. go and sit with her, and be o'crshadcd words goul anu vampue. A goul was belicved and he I and in
evinced 1S49 the ;
as no trepidation 'hey let him generally cohered the mutilated remains with patriarch' of the family.: The
Under the languid downfall of her hair; tl.'C human form who -
be in t ,
C An AWAY SMITH,] [W. S. DILWORTH She wears a coronal} of (flowers faded to a being where go.At earth again, it was some lime before his pro. I son .Licien: presided over the Assembly orI

w1a]?NATTORNEYS& J1.'t"t'Onif'iFJ, Upon her "rthead, ai d a (tare of care:- frcquentrc graveyards and cemeteries, len11 these profanations ceased in Pere ccertin excited observation. He had many: I the Roman Uep.ihlic. Three 01 the grand.

AT LAW There is enough ot withered every where I dlbincrre (tore to pieces and dovrured lie !: :, but it was: not long before they |i narrow escapes ofbein taktu or killed by children of Madame! Mere are representatives -
To make bC\wer-al1d enough cf gloom: lodi j buried there. A varnpyrc was :\ tl'-ad: renewed in the of the in French .
FLORIDA. were another! qua rIer. A% siibur- pistols of ihc guardians ; ;bat his agility people Ihp LegiIative! Ass
MONTICELLO, There is enough ol 1 sadness to invite,
If only for the roe that died-whose doom person who came out of his grave at night to :j ban cemetery was the new theatre of opera seems to have been almost superhuman. -mbly! -Pierre Bonaparte; :, second son of Lucien .

July, 1643. 27. Is Beautj's-she that with the living bloom! suck' the !lilo of the lh'inf and \Iloe'ot1a I" tioUH. A JII' girl aged seven )us, and I II I I To the :livinjr he was: gentle and (kind and! distinguished by having struck an old

MARIANO I. P-kPT. Of conscious! cherIts mot t beautifies the light ; so sucked became a vainpyre in his turn when much: loved 'by her j arents, died. With iheir was especially! beloved) in hi: regiment f for his man in the A'wmhly! ; Napoleon Bonaparte,
IMOK TOWLF. & PAPY There is enough ol sorrowing, and quite lie clii'd. Both these persuasions have been own hands they I hid: her in her coffin, attiredin I frankness and his agility sou of JeroTy* ; and Napoleon Murat. sun or
TOWLE of hitler fruits the eaith doth bear-
Counsellor! at Law Enough Enough of chilly droppings for her bowl 1; rejected lJ}the mfrr] scientific world as the frock she delighted! lo wear on fete days I The medical men interrogated? unanimously : Ca rob tie. PresJ? <*nl Lvjis Buni parte,th rough
Altorncys and Enough of (fear and shadowy despair altogether unwoithy of credence or inquiry: all! with her favorite P:1)! things beside her ; gave it as their opinion, that although! in his uncle, Eugene Beauharnais, the brother

HAVING Irrmed an ociation several, for Courts the Practice of the To frame her cloudy prison hIt the soul although, about a century ago, the exploits of and accompanied by numerous iclatives and I all other respects perfectly sane, Bertrand of his mother, has a cousin Queen of Sweden, \

Middle Circuit, wi of attend Florida the, and in the District Couitof vampyrs created such a senltiol in Hungary. I friends, they saw her laid in the earth. On I was not responsible for these acts. He was another xvho was Empress; of Brazil.another 9 4
entrustedto COURTSHIP.In that they reached) the eirs of Louis X\ ., who : sentenced ear' whn was :ihe the of Portu. '
the lJ. S at Tallahl lee. All business the following, morning it was discovered that to a ) imprisonment!, during hUallof Queen
their care will receive prompt attention. dil'cet: his; minister at Vienna to report upon the crate 'had been violated, the body I which: time measures will dIJuLIe8 be taken gal and a other is :the IriViand of Maria Firo'jewna .
($- Offirein the Capitol.February this number of my familiar and tiesultoiy thi'in. In a newspaper of that period tI.ert torn from the frightfully mutilated, and to complete! his cure. '! doubter. nf Nir!" ilas, Emperor or I
.
17, 1M9. 7 remarks to young men, I shall cffrr" appeared a paragraph to the efll-ct that Arnold: (the heart cofa.. There was no robbery.The In relating! this curious case of the Yampyrr all the IlusM.ii Ibm, cousin. Iho Russian

Thomas Jeff. Heir, some suggestions in; regard to courtship I II Paul, a native of Madvei-ra, being, crushed to sensation in t the neighborhood was tree I as he is called in Paris, where the affair. has C"Untes! DtmiJ..f f. daughierof Jerome, by
have: already intimated pretty dUtincily myopinion death by a waggon, and buried; 1ms .in -e become iti'-ndous and excited considerable; attention in iht daughter Kin Wiutemlwrg. t
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I ; in the general terror and per. especially .ft1t ; pe
that there i is for alarm I
no reason t>r
mact'ce: in the Ciictit Court in each I I \'ampJt and that: he had himself been plcxily' suspicion fell on the broken-hearted 1 the medical world, we have omitted several sides: in the sooons! <.f the Elyet National.In .
in the fact that manifcsts
"flTILL\ V County of the Midd.e Circ sit, and in the anxiety a young man \' I by one I father: whose innocence, however, was )' I painful: and disgusting; particulars ; but we nn member! of the firnily has the character .
of :
fondness for the the
rene Court and United Stftes District Court U'I a society i cllte. The authorities being; informed t f the terror proicd. Every means were taken to cast\. have said enough to prove ff*tt,beyond arfouhr, : si: ambition! of it been more con';&icu.
sex, or even if he fals! in love and mimics : his visits I
:Uf hut'e. were occasioning, awl wevcral I I er the criminal ; but the only of the i increased there lias 'been some good foundation for ihe ms in the President. Jut a the Emperor .
Monticello. January 2g), 1S49. 29 some worthy girl. But there is no transac. died with all the resul
persons,having symptoms of surveillance was, that th'scene olfprof.uiaii : ancient belief in goulism and lycanthr*'py ; when ia EJpt. could map! believe to
ALEX. C. MORTON, tion in which a young man can engage, that I vampyrism, his grave was solemnly opened ; \ .", rcmmed to the of Mont I :and that the bo..ks of Dr. Weir and others} in I II lie a Mahometan, lo please: large masses or 41:
calls more for discreet, *ool j..d mMi>t, midperfectly I nii-J lie liaJ Loon in ;it ..1.tl. cemetery
LAV .IltIlt.gh f..rtv >. I'ai nassee, where} tlic .&. /, ...a. ..r- wUlat.: il>-arletonr-a. : nf itiia malady :ia ff>n.temptuouily ...1 I men. ihe Presider.-t can make believe he is a
A77OHNEY AT upright and honorable: dealing, than I body was like that of a lining man. To cure Tho
I i ned to such an citi'M, that the authorities denied, have been put forth without republican.; creature of tSlft Emperor j
And Commi ionfr of Deeds for tbe States of I courtship.Our I his roving propensities a fuke' was dui en I were at their wit's, end. I due investigation; on the subject. Nicholas! -as Charles the second of England! t

Tennessee, Florda, and Mississippi suggestions may be unfolded in the ful.\\ into it, whereupon he utteied a cry ; after I was of Louis XIY. of France and endowed I.
I }J.the that all these
j-OFFICE;: AT COLCMBUI, GEORGIA.TTILL .&:) lowin! particulars : which his head was cut oil:, and the: body CoiiM'Icring, way, J-'rom 1 London Paj>er. with a sitnil.ir: cleverness and I leather head audacity t it ;
"\ pnc faithful attention to such business In the first place youn men should never suffer I burnt. Four other bodies which hud died 0 cemeteiies i are surrounded by walls, and have I THE BONAPARTE: FAMILY. !his ambition dinv.-s fron that of hi*

V\ may bit entrusted to him, in the Courts theChattihonchee themselves! to be carried away by mere external from the cotsequence of his }Jite', and 1 which! I iron gates, which are kept closed, it certainlyseems The history of Bonaparte: is a romantic: : illustration uncle only! by being more reckless! and unscru.

Circuit, Georgia compojed of and the II beaty or preilmes There is certainly were found in the same perfectly4iealihy(! condition I very strange ihst t any goul \rPJrt of ambition. In 1733 a Corsicanlawyer I pulous. No 1 family in Europe have at this
H Talbot, Stewart
Count! of Mwconee rrt l : of! solid flesh and lilcod should! have been able I
attractive the than female
and nothing more to eye were served in a similar manner died ; widow its destinies than
Marion! ; and in the Cuunties of Russell, Macon ; I to his vocation undiscovered. at! Moutpelier, leaving : I moment more I\ .It'ncp upon
Earbour, Alabama. beauty. But it is a poor thing to fall and it was hoped that these vigorous meas. pursue so long and eight' children. Clever women, thus lefi this family: 01! wild and impassioned ambition I
August 19, 1549. 32-CraJ. in love with and bind up our earthly happiness I tires would extinguish the miclief But no However, f( it was ; and it was not till thcIlthu'ht \ to fulfil the double* duties, paternal in additionto I The cause of despotism requires that this Bo. t
themselves of laying a snare I for this
X.. SH1CLDS, M. D. 3.b. BOD, ). D. I with Under the most favorable circumstances S'.ich! tiling ; the evil (' more or Ifl, mysterious visitor that he was detected. maternal, are generally remarkable for the i! napatte: family shoud! identify themselves more "
it must soon fade and wither, and then and five years afterwards was so rife that theauthorities energy, skill and success with which they train i and more with it.
Having remarked a where the wall, j jthough ,
Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, what are we to do with her whom we mar. i determined to make a thorough I II spot their children to repair the loss they have sus Journalists who attach any credit to the-
nine feet high; (to have beenfrequently
I
.ociated themselves together in the ned for her looks, not for herself. Many I clearance of these troublesome individuals.On ; .- appeared tained. Her chief dependence, in her straitened word, letters or oaths of any of the Bonaparte
a" scaled, and old officer ; a I
HAVING of Medicine, Surgery, &c., ofier their reasons might be given why it is not wise to this occasion a vast number ofgraves were cOltr'pr circumstances, was her half brother, the [ show themselves to be of that class of persons
of infernal machine with
eivicos to the Citizens of Quincy and the surround- be caught: by mere beauty. One is, that ;in opened of persons of al ages and both sexes ; sort : a atached. : Abbe Fesch, of Ajaccio. Her eldest son, Jo. who send money In Joseph Ady. Ueitd their
j jto it, which he so arranged that it exj
in? country.Quircy very many cases }beautiful women lark those and strange to say, bodies ofalthosc( accused shoul seph, 17 years old, was studying th- law.- i I act The bombardment cf Rome-the are 'I
:August II, 1S-J9. 31 higher qualities which we look for in a good ofplagueing the living by nocturnal j plod! if any one attempted to enter cemei 1 1 Napoleon, the second, was completing his educalion i I fairs of Strasbourg and Boulogne-the expulsions .
that This done and watch
i at point. a
Medical Notice. wife. The admiration their beauty attracts visits weic fund in the \ stale- I tery : at the military academy of Brienne ; of the cJO..enrion-lhe divorces for : rn.iiV' .
'amIJr beinji set, they thought themselves now secure I I
makes them vain, and leads to many other full of from of and the six Lucien Eliza Louis ranrlisetnent-tht" imitation thrones
M. P. j. L. CALL, vc. D. 1,100 Rld I remaining i a
K 0 WIRY of their Accordingly, at midnight |
WIRT & CALL have associated themselves cvi!!. A young lady who knows that her death. 'I purpose. I II t Pauline, Caroline: and Jerome, were with !! resting; on millions of corpses-show the iron

DRS.the practice of Medicine, Surgery, tc., and principal merit and power to influence others I The documents which record these transactions an explosion aroused the guardian, who per- their mother, the eldest of them only eleven, !! selfi-huess of the Bonapurtes. Professions of .

o2>r their services to the public.! lies in her moral worth and mental accom. 1 I bear the date of June 7, 173, and are I reived a man in the cemetery ; but and the youngest three months old. I I uemllcracynd republicanism have only been 1,
Dra StoreMonticello. Florida. before they could seize him, he had leapt the \
Oflice! :
Augoit over 5, IS4S.? 3 ly plishmentP, will of course strive to excel in I signed and witnessed by three surgeons and 1 t wall! with an agility that: confounded them ; The hopes of the family centered in Napoleon \I used Ity them to help them to royal alliances r

these respects. I other creditable ; erns. The facts, in short who *v as about to receive his corm s ion : and so screen their imperial prelensious. A f :
;i and although they) fired their pieces after him, (
MEDICAL NOTICE. Beauty is almost always very exacting are indubitable, though what interpretation to as a sub-lieutenant in the artillery of his ma. :: more hateful spectacle can scarcely be conceived ::
he succeeded in his
nobody can value it higher than its possessor, ,I put upon them lemaius extremely dilliculi.Omit .- \ making escape. jesty, Louis XYI. The dying lawyer, on his j| than a fun) turning the struggles' and '
Dr. Charles T. Darby and yet nobody can satisfy f her unless he esti. that has been suggested is, that all these' But his (footsteps were marked by the blood death bed, had raved about a great sword" j! aspirations: i: nations towards liberty nn
T> ESPECTFULL V. announces to the public in cen1V mates it as highly as the does. She is apt to supposed ,vampyres were persons who had I that had flowed tons his wound, and several he had to leave lo his boy. The mother and into gratifications of their ;passion for t
inIonticcUo :
tral that he ha permanently located himself
: Florida and will be (ound at t all times think the most of those who think the most of'bel' faltl into a state catalepsy: or trance and scraps military attire were picked up on the the elder children knew thnt of nil the military wealth and ostentation.: That they are not

unless professionally enpare.l. Strict attention will beauty. She will want to be much abroad been buried ali e. However this may be, I snot.' Nevertheless: they seem to have been pupils of his; time in the aculfmifs. their bro regarded wish! universal abhorrence is a si :n ; .j

be paid to all piofejionai: calls. to show her beauty. She will need the mystery is sufficienly perplexing ; and I still uncertain where( to seek the offender, till ther had carried off the hij.hest honors as the of an age l forgetful( that it has been said. 'IIu
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MaySlS43. IS means" to adorn ,and, keep. it in repair., And I I I more so. that through. the whole! of. Eastern I one of the grave-digsers of Mont I'ainassevhiNt I most distinguished- proficient in the military- I that would! he "real ainonrr 01 vou. let him be f '
the last ol two
! I is not comlnalHC 10 nave sucit a person r.uropc rnumeralJe *instances ot the same \ preparing resting-place science.As I servant nf all." But one o the family has
I GEO. W. UUTCHIXS for a wife, especially if one is not rich. kind of thing have occurred, whilst each language ; I, criminals about toe executed, chanced to th--y sa on the playbill, an interval of J the least pretentinnsto having served mankind !

I AUCTIONEER Do not,therefore, court a girl for her beauy has an especial word to designate it. I overhear some snappers rfthe itll regiment a quaiter of )century elapses. By his mili. disill.rpst'rJly-LIJc! the ornithologist.The .- :

T.1LL.1H.3SSEE. 1'LA.R unless you can find one who has no sus. That which in the east is called goulism'has i rernaiking that one of iheir sergeants had returned tar genius, by allowing no principles and no widest 1 word yet spoken about the Emperor r:

I E V E B TO liclon that she beautiful, or who values oth.er in the west been denominated 'lycun- on the preceding nit ht cruelly wounded, pledges to obstruct his ambition, and by placiug II 1 fell from Augustus C"intp when h( said i [

I! Messrs. H. BOND, JV.. ARCVLr D. C. WILSON, : qualities more highly than the outward ap. thropy' or 'wolfomania ;' all this phenornenon ,j I nobody knew how, and had been conveyed to himself at the head of the opinions nf -'. France will never be free until the dnst r

; F. H. FLACC.T. J. HOPSO.N and J. T. ARCJlU.I learance. as well as vampyrism has been treated by the Val de Grace, which; a military: hos large masses of men, Napoleon made himself of Napoleon! Bonaparte is thrown into the !ti

I March 10, IS:9 10 Do not sfrl for wealth under the guiseof numerous ancient authoi ; and though latter pital. A little! inquiry ,\soon cleared up Emperor of the French, and master of the Seine." ,

t & AMES seeking u wife. You may possibly wina I ly utterly}' denied and scouted, was once very the mystery ; and it was ascertained that Sergeant I continent. To all Ihp world he was a [More truly and wisely it might be said, t
I LEWIS fortune and a good wife together, but i is generally Lele\e. Bertrand: ] was the author of all these bus figure. The gleam of his; portfn.\( \ France will never be free until she learns to .fo.

I, DEALEKSIXDRUGS. not probable. The chances arc many against There shades and degrees of j profanations, and of many others of the same alarmed every shore of the British isles. All! i separat* wbatVas; good antI great in the character .

,I MEDICINES, PAINTS OILS. one that property acquired in his way will 1 lycanlhropy. In some cases the lycanlhrope description previous lo his arrival in Paris. mankind had heard the ech< e of his cannon. I I nf Napoleon from what was selfish and L'

TriUl Articles. Perfnmery, ice., Window Glass be a source disquietude and unhappinet-s. I I declars that he has thc power of transforming Supported on dutches! wrapped in a grey The widow of the Corsican lawyer was now unscrupulous. distinguish between the i i

f'AINTCRIi' miffcHES AND COLORS, Any marked inequality in the condition of the himself into a wolf, in which disguise-his lortk, pale and feeble, Bertram! was now I called! '. Madame Mere," and the protectress- mighty things he achieved and meditated, and f -

Apotlicraricb Class "':II'C. &c. parties is usually fruitful of e\i. tastes corresponding to his foim-he delights jrotijiht forward for examination; ; nor was general of al the charitable institutions: in the griMt: writing he inflicted, upon humaniy! t ;

rp HE above constantly on hand,and for sale at the Beware of committing yourself to a wife in feeding on human flesh ; and in public ex- there anything in the countenance or appear. France ; half-brother the abbe! is now and justice. ; until she learns to fasten her admiring 'i I ",
J. lowest market prices. who will be too proud to conform to your cii- animations; of these unhappy individuals there ance of this )(JtUlg man indicative of the fearful the Cardinal Fesch ; her ektat son, Joseph i i.I is attention upon( what to him was noble i
LEWIS & AMES. cumstances in life. If are a mechanic; of witnesses monomania: of which he is the victim ; for of d -ed the veil ot .
you was no scarcity; to corroborate King ufShaifl ; her son Louis i is King of Holland or purpo, and throw sorrowing :
Tallahassee TCov mbcr 20, l isj7. IS I keep clear of all those ladies who their corifcssinng._ In_ cither_ ?insiminees._ ih.TMwaa'no the whole tenor of his confession proves thai I IV. 11 Coin
1 young I __ _'__ __ 0_'. : ; and Jerome, the youngest, is King of I oblivion over the rest.J-
faint the idea with medianics. in other light is his horrible propensity tolie IAd
at associating: no '
CHARLES H. BUNTING, < I transformation, and i the lycanu Ii mope \\ e>lphalia. \ 4''

appears more closely to resemble a goul. cor.sidrf'd. Al her sons wore crowns except L :den, I j 1
ID.ENJJ r, Be cautious of all young ladies10 thinkit In the year 1003, a case of lycanlhropywas In the first place, he freely acknowledged was a republican,and would no) have any I Convincing Erideuce.-An Indian was ,

OFFERS his Florida.orofessUonal Me services Mill attend to I the with citizens despatch disgiaceful to work ; who ( brought before/ the parliament of Bar- himself tie; author of thc violations of the of the kingdoms offered to him. Her daughters drought liefore u magistrate in a state of con- i ,

to any'rail* that maY be made upon him, am! on their i ignorance household duties-and deaux. The person accused was a boy of dead, both in Paris and elsewhere. held) positions of similar di3tinctioui.Caroline .- sidraMe insobriety. tnd instead of answering r t

pel form. with care and kill, all operation! entiustru !- who would be shocked if any gentleman suspected fourteen, called Jean (irenier, who herded I What object: did you propose to ,yourself I is Queen of the Two Sicilies ; pu-1 j directly to the questions put by the justice j t \
to him. His price will be as moderate and liberal -. them of having made a loaf or a pie. cattle. Several witnesses. chiefly young girls in committing these acts ?1" inquired Presi I line is the Princess Borchese and I Duchess: of merely muttered out,-' Your honor is very '
as they can be made consistently. His retidence are a good such ladies, and it forward dent. wise, wise wise-your honor is, 1'
is communicationswill Ther many came as his accuser!, declaiing that Guastalla: ; Eliza is the Grand Duchess ofTus- very very >
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be received prcnt by 11im,and i immediatel ttendcd to. is a pity nny body should marry them except he had attacked and wounded tlu'r in the .I cannot tell," replied Bertrand : it was cany. The daughters-in-law of Madame! n'ry'I ,e"I say.' 1 '

the knights and cavaliers of the novels they disguise of a wolf and would have killed them .i a horrible impulse.! I was dm en to it againstmy Mere were not all correspondent to the royal Being unable! (tn eel any other answer from. 1

RCFIBINCCS.V. : read. but for the vigorous defence they made with own will : nothing could stop or deter me.I and imperial; splendors of her sons and daugh- him, he was 'locked up till the next day, when j b;
ChARLES Tallahassee.Cen.
lIon. DOWNING,
C. HUuPONT., Dr. DAVIDSON. Whenever you seek for a lady love, look sticks. Jean (Irenier himself avowed to the cannot describe nor under stand myself what ters. No doubt Napoleon had presented to John was brought before him, perfectly sober. t

CI i. W. T- STOCK TON, Dr. J. L. SHIELDS, among those who have been accustomed to crime, confessing to having: Idled and eaten my sensations were in (tearing; and rending her in this capacity two empresses, the fascinating .WhJJubn,' said justice ; 'you wer is

It C Gtnso E"11',- Rev. J. PHELPS. your own mode of lile and your own conditionin several children ; and the l of the children these bodies." Creole Josephine, and the Archduchess ; drunk as a beast last nghr.a 1.

!Mr. THOMAS II. IJODGKISS, Quincy. society. Look for one possessing those confirmed all he said. Jean Grenier, President. And what did you do after one Maria Louisa, :daughter of the house of Diuiik! !' ejaculated John. j

Auen M. IS49. 31-3m qualities which will stand all the changes of however, appears to have been little removed of these visits to.a cemetery tria. Louis reluctantly wedded :us.\\ 4 Yes, drunk as a beast. When I asked you

MILLER & DHOKA\V'S lie and cheer you in poverty and sickness, in from an idiot. Bertrand. I withdrew, trembling convulsively daughter of Josephine, and she became any questions; the only answer )'0" made was. t

sorrow, and in death. Look for one whom I In the fifteenth century, lycanlhropy pre. feeling a great desire; for repose. I of Holland. -*ynur honor is very w.sC'.* t ta J

ir Livery & Sale Stable, you can love for her own sake, and honor and' vailed extensively amongst the Yaudois, and fell asleep, no maier where, and slept for I Joseph, before the prosperity of the nona.I Did I call Jour honor wise F raid the In I

TALLAIIASUEE, FLORIDA.lIE _ i i'f respect for her sterling virtue ; one who has many persons suffered death for it ; but as no several hours ; but during this; sleep> I I part s, had been deemed a lucky rogue," be. an, with'a look of incredulity. i.

'*ub ci4'oprg have moved up to their fire-pn.o a heart and a conscience, and whose natureis similar case seems to have been heard of fir heard everything that passed around me ; 1 I cause he had married the daughter of a wealthy !. I I Yes, said the magistrate.

brick Sublet, and like this opportunity to inf t fountain of high and holy impulses. In a long Ijcanlhropy and goulism were have sometimes exhumed from ten to fifteen merchant, named Clary, of Marseilles. >Then,' repled John, 'I must ka.ro beCD 1
their Irieudu wbit
rra and of the
fact. Being truiiktul Ion ne the public liberal generally patronage they I loving such a woman, the heart of a man pays set among the superstitions; of(he. Eat, budies in n nigh'. I dug them up with my Lucen. known as Brutus lonaptp" hlo't I drunk, sure enough.. :

have heretofore received they elicit a continuancof !; homage: to worth and goodness and and the follies and fables of the dark ages.A .- hand!, which wcro often loin and bleeding family: la ('moisele Boyer, the sis- a

the,am ', and: plr-dgpthrmMve '0 spare, no pain his own happiness has a basis tha is enduring clicumilance, however, has; just now conic with the labor: I underwent ; hut I minded ter of an inn keepfr. on r dtI'h\: beaulifiil A Yankee! pedlar, with his r.ur, overtaking

them.for the acronmodaiionol I tlm <> who may pat ronise ,. to light in France, that throws a strange and nothing so that I could get at them. The'turdians ; widow, called Madame Jouberteau.\ .>ne of his clan on the road, was thus address..

S-juarc,Their in the Stable roost convenient are situated en Washington and Lifeten, young men, to t this entreaty I also : unexpected light upon this curious subject.I'hie .- fred at me one night and wounded Young Jerome brought from America n his 'd : II 1\t'0 what do you darryl" Iru2
part cl i the I town, "
for comfort and convenience) cannot be turin When you have given a young lady reason, Hccounl w'e arc going to give is drawn me, but lot prevent my returning the wife a Miss Elizabeth Paterson, ib* daughter I and medicines. was the replyv Good !I"L

; (.:'\by anv Stable* in the Southern; countrvI& cither by your actions or words, to believe from the report of an investigation: before a \ next.: This desire seized me generally about of a merchant of Baltimore. But this bride L returned the other "you" may go ahead ;-I

o\-mt.c. 1Sl t%. Ji'- that jou seriously dctirc Jo win her effect ions, council of war, held on the lOtli: of the IrC5 I once 1 fort night. was not received into the imperial family)and[ carry grave 8ton !. I





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From the Boston Oliee Eranrh.LETTER ( /lorilm lion, cut off as suds lion the great routes of ouf 'course of Instruction,. (music embraced) to call them out. 'l11 ti "knockdown". ;
TIlE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL\ FROM CALIFORNIA.SAN tcillaljasscc_)_(__ : Northern and Southern travel.This state of w tla .price1', and on the 18th: of March !last, gtiment such I ns suits "r u.lencl."
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,j _J-w-.J-r-f-L_-|_|-|_-|_ i _ir jiri -irxj-x-rxj j ru i jrcj MM. Adaline K. Simmons was duly elected I'll tell you how it w.is. The
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tt' R. B. HILTON 6 C. E. DYKE there is will last but
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.,. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, Dear Brrthcr :-1 I 1'U much disappointedat I by the Hoard ol Trustees: to take charge! ofthe t the peace, killed, anti destroyed. Th (.
> ". nut letter horn by the KfllTOIJH AND pnOP.nTons: little longer. There are. good ground) for believing musical department( and entered! immediately! gul( frightened: and appealed lo the GrJ'ernol'
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1 steamer: of the SOlIi of June. I wUh you at no day, upon t discharge: *, and that order
j t, To whom all--rumnnmcations--- -n'loiiKl'!-'-'-be addressed. would bear: it ia: mind that to receive verb Saturday, Wovembcr, 1849. traversed by three KailroaJ ; one from St. I time she has continued i i in I that department, waked up I the Genera! Government, who
"..\.f few lines -" ,--.'--- with a respectable! number) of ladies: ing they mighto\ *e- The credit to .the preSe'
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.. Trrmr-S3"j>cr atnn n In ..Advttic.Jy oven, you. a great ------ --'----' -- Mary to Cedar Keys, another tho SouthWestern
I .;. : _,__,_"__,__ _"_ c, ?, and I pray 'OJ'ill not miss another: on TALJ.UI..1t CUrTOfLum.tT..Yor.. nl'arIari.. : vrhuaro daily! trying to make the Plant h illscoursesircst Administration: of removing time (Indians J>
of from Fort Gaines by or music," and] verily, Messrs. Kditors peaceful means, made a rush for the
?I; : ) the any account. Very little! interest li.tyr.ins.pired : I scene
Ytlei Cliatletlvn of
: iaphffir .Mtirrry.ONE 17-Prices lange from 9f to lOt) cents, according '
here: flnrc my lust: letter of the 1..1 ol anna to Andrews Hay, and the third the ( there are I two Pianos in Fletcher! (Institute, action, and are now down South tryinrr
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oJ Augustvit1i: : thin t'll't I.tilln of :i few am- to qutlity. Receipts for the last t week road from Montgomery' to Pensacola.! Should and) if you could pas along that way nt certain nrikj ihe Inclhn, rat pork hard Lrt'ufbrt ft-

:, Nov. 0, G p. m. vals, and a small; amount of aicktifs Mr. 1170 b.les. these cntcrpriii, or anyone of them, be con- ( hours on school d.iys, you could 'hear them baccn, and be good.TAJITA. yours
,;. The steamer Washington anived at New l.. Packard; has aniicd, and i is tending; .l'w -_--- -- ------ I tit Icatt ons hundred yards. -
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1' Yotk this nfc'roi, with London dates to the for the firm of Skogh & :.Mtyiur.i. He flii rir!Gadsicu Court HOUM Borat! summitry], it may bo expected 'that most of I I Nothing more, 'but remain yours until death.PASSIM. I'.t., Nov. 5
: .4 f_Oli: one d"J lallr than) th* lillria. '111 lit dues not kno' whether he will]! go iIIi; i Hetwe: (hu hour of 3 .nd I u'clock! UstMnhday I travel 1 from NW Orleans to the North will be MKSSRS. EDITOR lRI1.

AV'jr. \\'. has :t !large cargo of FrlcJ! coot!*, UI) I business hoii i or not, I there are so ins nin i b**::. morning the day of the commencement acro our Slate ; conveniences of ingress I Thornaaville, Ga., Nov., 1819.Correspondence from the Indians. *They:-\\0 h-ivo no r"port:
150 passengers: among) whom me Mr. Rush! and land Tucker appear tcptr'e'tly ho )Iin
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ness, an rent are so t l.igh. and of exportation and importation,
... South- of G..od'n Court', thft (Comt t IJous f" in egress : quiet. 0
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arrived here of fcchoonrfiom of the Floridian
; t f' captain a : Jiscovered to be filt>. The will be mullipli l for the inhabitants :and important Journal. The steamer Fashion" aimed
Quincys on ort S,fur.
:t"dd.k she lias been sold heie. und
\ KI gntc.The ; :: i cities built' at each of the termini 1',011'F: ,\., Oct. 29! 1 1819. diy from Key West r, with a :
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Maiket <
,, In"f' CcfOI : was very active he U h trading up the livers i as master: of her, ut Records, iind ill tire paper lire destroyed, up company > (jnj
1' ; and prices advancing. Tin-re was; of wealth! *'il! Le croateJ, enterprise engendered \hS3P.S.: LILTOUSNntwithstandivi' (Ihnpprerat led Stales: troops, and leaves srnmc! iatel for;
; tll1 $jOO per lU'inth' for his foCI "cet But it i i. save tho).e pcrl inin{ to the trial docket : New ,
''r : ''e' excitement during ihe week, and the ( a. very di'a:tgrccahl), the climate is sit hot, and ,the term. No doubt is entertained and intelligence diffused.Souther ) confidence expressed by (;em,.'I'vig. I Orleans
": td { mounted to 20,0(10( bales, nt an advance off 0:1: ill:? livers aie f fever and ague' and mo'qui- present ,- -,---. ..- that the Indians may: be got otT wi'ho'it: ( further Governor Mosejer is clnrged with huinl7'
.? (equal neatly lo 2c. per Ib ) toes to a dead certainty, as far up| tu Scrimento but I hat it was villainous \\01 k of an in. ConVM on. trouble, uncommon activity prevailed': in : illeg-illy! called out the volunteers, and ar]:

'I I '. !: The difficulties between Louis Napoleonand city and Stockton! ), Yo hid : is as far as cendiary. Our readers will find an article! on ihii subject : the forepart of tho week in starting iroops; to .I with having unnecessarily: called them out.
t .i"..', the majoiity! in the Chambers: had been I is navigable) f fur vessels. It is very sickly --- in: tU'lhJ'o tlm CiurloVoa! I occupy the line of posts from Manatee!: to Indian Therefore being jtnifi-d; neither l,y the Jaw
J SCHOOLS. \\V. hit itt' tho attention of the paper Jiom i nor 'by necnsMiy, he i is of
: *. al! utcd. During a debate on the Romanquestion : I al Sici atiit'iito/ city and quite; a number, are River. All the troops marched "from this guilty a Violation; Of
.t., an) nlttrCltlll: look place I between dying weekly, but 1 expect it will soul: In :healthy I reader! to our adveilising columns. Mr.t Ho.IKT Courier, in response lo the action of the II'! post several days ago. Head Quarters; alsoin .Iaand a want of proper juJgmem i ia tb9

: M. 1Iivrs anti M. Hixio, in which the latter when: cool weather approaches! this full.Mr. ." hut eabhihed tor him rlf a high char. grmt meeting in \Ji3si sippi. Want' of Apace the field. conduct! of t this i n flair.We .
iho former with that LouisNapoleon's I forbids to devote that attention: to Thi;* slate of things strongly hold t that I lh* t treaty of "''!::I'trin; .
: cha.ct FJin. : i I Ileuiy ( t rut's, a '' chit at i inilor! fiouiHoston ,I acter as a 'iMripiiiMri'! 41tJ .nJ''uccewful invtructor us now argues very .
) election! would to favor of the supposition' (hat the United ;Iatt'sJulhurilit7ln.Jr.gin greed t.) by th* Serninole! nation, '- '
: disgrace (I i hunk! you km'Iii: III) died I the 7ihof :I this matter which its magnitude dt"mlnlh.- ; .rtheir !')iill J
? of '('lJlh. The Tall.ha.kpe Female i i I j Mile t', all laud. in FlorHa! ,
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li Franco. Messages! were ex Saciamento. of f .he : : a flight dem- tI.lr\i i : the
A''K'iM.' at denlery. -
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t changed: and a duel! ) with insult .1 lie had been to I the mines; wiih; hie: brother Seminar) is denvoI! i : to supply: t the want frequently to ::1 j 1 onstralion of f.neo on the frontier rniy liuoy act of union between the Slat of Klorfdi: and

f.,,: in which neither was injured. I George; get and poisoned Ity the shrubs, mid r.!. which has been: so h.njf felt, of a pennnncn present we cannot too highly! commend the j I I. "I) a weak argument: so that it nviy have a the United States extended the jurt- !:rfion cf

: I In! IUIWalnn\ executions had taken I luined, to Sacr.uneiito completely dithruiicned institution of a high order in our midst for the spirit, so far n"othat of the partisan, ii iiii!* as well as tho proper and desirable! efieel the State! laws over the whole! len/nrv; com.

y, 1'Cl'] nld H'lal the principal nobility: had on account of I ill luck :it I di gill;. GeorgeRas Edmttion of Yoirig) ) Ladies. A short which (the Courier's article is conceived.TkiAL upon the niitids.of't t the Indians. prised wi hin tho limits assigned to t'ie Sta.'a'
." been condemned 1 to d].*ath. he in his life '. ac. The steam1 Fashion" has arrived here at the time of I lie union, except in ihw cases
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-. Russia has derlaied) lhat, ..1wi cnsid,1. discouraged, on irromit: of his, mUfortuiics quKintancc with Mr. and Mrs. H\Irr.iOx has or SKVKK.: -Knoch: Sever, whose from New Orleans: with: hones and forage, where the sovereignty has been c<*dd t tStflteS. to lha

the] entrance of tlu French fl' t ,I.!I : and he was; t IH: t ah ne ; for, there i im a conxinced us of their superior intelligence, i I I liiul] for the murder of Hand mentioned awl a negro interpreter( t from Arkansas. Several United: ,) Consequently (Indians or any
])Dardanelles its equivalent declaiation i while the f : w-e as schooners have also arrived with other race of'men residing within iho State
: I groat number of people) I c'lulnillJ heie totecl run..t! commendatory 'tcHtitr.oniaUiwhich !: cargoesfor : .
(i1 I hpinsf in progress before his honor, Judge the Quarter Ma.ter one of which called no milter nnd-r: what circumstance
\31. ; shunt: ions, after havinp pent I lluce mouth )) they La\o ill them, lease no rovm to i! come
:The KngHsh and French! fleets have formed (II.I I their I timt'nwl t the tiv hiiideft, kind of I doubt! thrir i aunimble Hallgell, us our paper of last week went to the Old; Zstck! ," i is said to ba ashore on Point within! the pale of (Ihu State hws: andtha

", t junction *tNapl< s. fl1d} i is said are <'I labor Jit I lliHl t, 1 for scacely amthing t hut i their I; I t i qunlificntions: for the press, was convicted of manslaughter: and! !i Pemlles, ban and list; f, leaking' badly. The General Government has no power to change

route 2f Constantinople: expenses, alihouph; there ate Mimeho do I undertaking, which I 'they have atsumvd.Prcgpects sentenced to I twelve months imprisonment, anda steamer; '. :Monmouth"left the whaifjesterdcty this order of things without inn consent of ihe
'Th '3ti iih l are making Active pieparatious! \'\' well. Hut I ;1I' Irc: } on horn: t tho licM i : morning to go to her relief. Ct'nt Assembly.! Therefore the Indian
in ol hostilities.Xiw of Florida. thoir-jind dollars fine. The: witnesses: examined So the of re.!i f ing in toe State viewed
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;4 antjdjmtion information; I can pet, the mine are not what I I I1110 I plans government, 'to the extent a* portion of an
they jue I cracked; $Ij) to bc'. Yc'u \\'III"'c.> by a Al t previotM ;iuie has there l beet so much'j though differing! ; on other points, all of thc fiuce; employed, seem lobe well arranged independent' nation, aro by I the law'fortiguTI,

; Nov. 0, C p. m. !i i column in ::'i,'. Falknei's Pcicitic News which to gratify the pride! and encourage the hopes agreed that the fli>t 1IcJW'a& stricken by the and! no doubt now remains but that but subject to the law as other citizens of the
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The Collnn maiket was firmer to-day, mid p ) ;j I I send() yon, bright prospects l for g lddijj! >(eis, I lof t the people! of our young Stale, as is now deceased, with :i stick-and on the head of they will be as promptly and! effjr rent ly carried State, because the law h not rrnde for the
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I! out as the kind of( force will A I few; but (lie many. Very "l.lI.'O
But permit. \
seemingly. why docs he wiile 1 lie.i'aue \ wo
the sales amounted lo 2000! ut 11 1 furFair : so the iew the Hand[ )
tith.! J presented! to > -turn in whatever direction prisollf'r-illfJieting a severe ga-h. hold! that the
if few of the illl .try: IIIIt f-'IJ mounted, andit recent outbreak of the IiJian
his huisines will
.: _, Uflatid: and I:$ for liiir Orleans.O.hcr : .-- II lint be f-o emigration good. I mil ceases acquaintedith, *him, we may. The accounts which reach: then ran-followed by Sever with a )Knifefell is t the intention: to mount ot :.". I was an insurrection' planned' an'l I executed? em.der .
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.:. ntd(' utcI: U and I think: he is a pretty sriii it :man.Siories I us from our sister Southern States assure us I I over a log, was fallen upon, and stabbed( A considerable! number of Indians are believcd f :he direction of the cliiaf* or a chief of the

I, I I I I : about j pa: ) ing 8KK 3 I ) per day for a I that no: where else has the cotton planter sue- near the neck by his plmu r. Death enstrdI | to be oul lid of the cordon, but thereare Indians: or whether under the direction of the

1hLTJMO1 j: Nov. 7, :p. m. 1 I cook] at the mine!:, tire all humbug) and I likewise I!' cecded EO'l,1I (he present )ear as in our I j at the end of two week no new reports of their appearance in circulation chiefs! or not, it was; ai insurrec.ion of so fierce
'.' The Whig pnity bate succeeded in at.).. a {great many; oilier Moiies that n>aci! i I II I -" f here. a character as to end-ingcr the p"ace of the
: Ing the: Stale of New Yoik and Jtn' elected) the Slate I ;Hin:: d-.ing very ueil at my'tiade : {' Lund of Flowelfr.ile in some. of i them Montgomery and Pensacola Railroad. I The inhabitants, knowing: !how easily :tIe; people[ of (this State.: We refer distinctly to
1 (4ieftI'f. The } I 1114\ ;, the product i 1i3 eupposod; ] to have: diminished: I Indians: elude the vigilance; of IIi the hmtie! acts of one portion of the residents:
I majority) or:1 thc Whig majority here. C two men:: employed !I Pensacol-j: seems to be fully alive to the im. may troop
.. in tlC city (f Nw Yoik is about iKH!( ). whom I pay twelve] dollaiscneh, per day arid! 1! nearly one half, and in others one third and portaneo (f a Rail-Road, from that place! to I aiid knowing also! t lhat. upon t the be.t construction I of tlc State against another porlion claimia"
In :lW Jersey. to t far as heard from, Ihe ,i manage 1.toc.lt. ; and] cro''k' to mule from !i one linrthcrc we have icasou to believe ( the (In-iians! : have decidedly! expressed a !botb to be. substantially!" eq'lally! s-ibjrct: to the

popular! vote is in favor of die Democrats.fiy ) j}i fifteen to twenty (!lo'.I3rF. pet day, mys-ls wirch ':'that theie; has been made, what would: be'j .'I! Montgomeiy, \1 hama. A mce'iugofitscili-' I dislike: to p'Riotal!, hive reat apprehensions !I laws of the State, with 'this diOerence onlr,
j is more: 1tIlHl Iwo.thiid! ol'lhe people are ta' ; j i zens was sometime since held, which nppoint- of a'i :! from some of them, but they t miilutaintaisi i i!i''that the hostile: portion: were I by courtesy under
Tt lrgraplt for the Sarannah Georgian. I I Tilling.: I have made f fully dollars; in one i j j considered throughout the cotton growing iei !! ed a committee( on the subject; consisting oft : their ground I with few exception" j|I '!h,* manacement: of the United Sates: and

,. OneJWeek Later from :uropa. i I day 'here, and ten k llirs in one hour: : but |I i gion, a lull average crop. With such; a product the following: gentlemen : The early removal of the Indians: i ii. of great !j were foreigners who !had: sold omit! their right

I the? dujis ere oitiomc I cares., 1 invited Iwo, |! sold, us it is ht'lIiu;, at ten cents j jj j imp-.rtonce (to South Florida.! First, to enible) i! 'to remain. Theso hostile acts t.>.>k place ia
At 10 :; A. M. .wS1c'rdar'C. frc'h'ed.t fi iends I to; dine will) me I lie other day, with hare J. Jerrison, Jr., Joseph Sierra, Walker the people/ [to return 'II) their (hom"s and oceupalions i': July! last and the subsequent c,'n tact of (tb'jj
j pound! cur planters for
0 fiom our CharleMon correspondent: Con.rlor per every icason j Anderson, Owen M. .tvery, Henry, Hyer.Robert '
'l Indians the
two 1 bullies of IWt wine Cttmlll'on ; an(J. seci/r.d'y, 'lo secure to us a fair j aggressive party, does! not in I ihoi
| Muff
the: fallowing! telegraphic despatch dated.: -i cry : liati- rtioll and thankfu'tjes: Mifchrll, I Ilan-on I; Kelly! h Henj. 1). 'lea-t eflect the condition ofthe
hale of i change or
I includeil, nm: < of theater:, lJt'illC'ry .I immigration in proportion( to the ad-1 l Stan(
CiiiP.ixsTox. Nov. II. 10. 20) \. :M. I poor. The d l nners) i for us throe cost me only j jfs !i But gratifying( as are the wards of the labor John Wright Hrosnaham Win. I II.1, .\.Ch-i.se\\'. Nicholson., Fmnco! "Moreno, tantages our countrv! prpSt'r.t to lh. new set-1|! at the! lime those( hostile! and insurrectionary:

The steamer Cambria arrived at INlifux : 1-J d'Jliar"f'rJ reavonahle. fay \Cllt. I I fthe cotton planter, they sink in conseqtjence :I tier. Some of the advantages; we have, can. J f !act were committed..

.. on! Thursday laM at.:o'clock, with' Liverpool j Lumber stilt continues, high, :300 to Stf-IO: when contrajotl'.ith the more Jucra. I II II The ..,"etin vas 1 forcibly! and eloquently! I not lie compared: or assimilated to any. country. j, Laws IIf Florida, Thompson's Digest f. paj
I addressed by Walker Anderson, Ilsq.: in a in (the \f est. Here the if IIP rc-nuiii t I 101.I I ]ri cases of insurrection: ; : on portion
: Potatoes ; any
dates to the: 27th Oct. She tilings: cigluypatfengeis. 1 pf'f1.. fsli I :! per hu&hcl and very lew I tive gains of our Tobacco Oar; (poor i
at that. DUller $I :0 pe.r puiiud. It'ra. growers. I:!i speech which has since been: published. Ari poor, is neter in want. If he i is thinly clad, i j'(-f the State, the commanding ot1icer Jf the
The general tone of 'business afldirs )las' I. tus $U per pound -Vc. I got two small: cucumbers neighbors in, i the populous! intelligent, and i|i rangcrnenfs: have been made for holding a I i ii lie has no fear of being ffCI7."/. If 'In is in. i j 'militia: adjacent thereto is directed to call! nil

week were of a healthy character. | : to.day for n rarity about as big ;till .(! wealthy County of (Jadsden:, may: well read: i.i ; dubious he has the best field for its exercise. I 'the militia under his command In suppress th)
for the
convention ofth-J
.. ,. THE: COTTON %UKIT-In: the early! part ''jour thumb, for f,0 cents. IVars two t for a I Iqualta j with sublime indifi'jrence; : I the most glowing! I : promotion enterprise, A genial climate, i itch lands, \ielding Iu\uri- :j J'sam, reporting his proceedings to the! Ex'cIIIi.o : -
'S ; I Montgomery) on t the all of i.ext Mouth, to ( tiS fields! of Corn, Cotton and Cane j by express.! Thi is all: the law
of les the
the week the: Cotton: market! was ac\-: r ; up;' same. Hanannas:: 50 and: glittering accounts of California: oU. / ; groves 'j j upon
which representatives ill, ill.:1 fri-m !\ ln.bam.i. (If I Oranges. I'ananas. I Piantin! *, Cocoa-nut, i j the subject' of the employment[ nf the! miliinrv
a On !Iomh\: spccuLitors O|.erated lo a comjd- i cents apiece, (;reesi corn 23 cents at) ear.&c. !I [J.'u'i i7j"i. <.0 ... ".. ..':/J;rly? infijrmo! aie n !
I, 'I'liis J has since Lemons and Limes, gardens in fore of the State: in ihe jon cf i i.is-ir-
advance
( rn ( ckirnt, liiivin 1 ; at nu of an place beeneiy fjuict IJf them have ,the five UI".I' : Georgia, Souh: Carolina! and Florida. nusiiipassed! j Jupr't"
eighth! to one quarter; on ull d"feriptiouI.- :''the Ilotiuda I have I liven ('. !termm mated. Mr.i I fly piesent year, or TII Charleston favorable: notices I ihe choice of i is: esculents( or the Jeall'." of its ;; rectiuns[ that appears upon the s.'afut'-s.( V- ry
':: Subsequently Jess, uctivity prevailed. The i J. 1 15.; :]I4)I())', the neu PnMinaslor: htKarrit.led. : j him :Ired dolnrc; ;per }hand( they may well be papers inve flowers, and t finally a range of tineqiuUed prs-- !j! well.! What! did the commarrling; oflivrs ofj

": eales of lhvoek: ) am tinted to Sz.1H/tra thousand I:, The ICd vaul 'lt'i: "tt's company: is dh:. content to stay at home. j I of the iertnking] and urge the sending of' (mirage for the growth of horses, horned cattle: j j''ifif tnilitii in the parts: adjacent to the frontier: ,

,j' ,,' seven hundred and ten bales and the mar. | solved, as likewise i are all the other compan.j As tidings of the success of the Florida: ]' delegates from that: city.ve and! hogs., To these advantages: we may r.ddf! the insurrectionary portion of the com.'au-

ket closed quiet, with steady feelings. j ies that have arrived. Company concern Cotton: and Tobacco! planters go abroad, I \ sincerely hope that the work will be I numeious nivigjible; s'reams! such as Peas ;! airy do ? They ordered out and embohVd

: The quotations for fair Orleans! six and :1 do not work at :hl. Companies:: cftlnei i ; are there is to hulimc that such I i accomplish! ; and indeed, believe that it will I Creek, the Kissimmi. the Co'oojeliHtchp, New ; their several commands: and placed Ibt'm:1;
three quatters ; Ordinary Middling five and as brgi' :as \\ ill hold! together out II?rl'. I II reason an impetus : ni'erc", with the ocean, within an hundred situilions' best t cah'ulafed. to defend' themselves,
i be.
." u half to fix and quarter. !( I think:: it is altogether unceilain i t ::1 b<;ut my go. will be given I lo immigration hunt Ies favored Tli'rc arc the most substantial! ; and im I i iportant miles! all around ; the coast indented with nu- j 'their families, and: prllj l'rtJ. They then reported -

The stock on hand in Liverpool] -121,000 1 i ing:; to I the mines ; I certainly shall not go us portions of I the South, as will 11 eat!)' ) : reasons why the enterprising citizens I merotis ''ea}S and harbors, and lined with nuf i! f to Governor Moseley that the militia! ; in

bales.The long as I can earn even $1 I 2 per day lu're.- !I! increase the popu'.tion within our ]limits. I Montgomery}, expecialiy, should make! a morons island.: ,,-the waters abounding, ill ,t tfrSh the neighborhood were inadequate! : t for their

political! news is unimpoilant.NKW : I It may be possible! 11tll I Miall:: come home in Nor is this Jill. .'ti. we have already shown : determined ellorl; in its behalf. A RailI : I turtle and oysters: (the very annunciation i own protection and! much less to repel l the ia.
:
YOKK KLKCTION.-The Tiibune fays i i: the December frteamer. although: it i i.. ralhei I, Road: has alieidy been commenced which of which and their varieties, is decidedly! as- siirrection tint had (broken, ; out. Now does
ill former number the by
that the Whigs have a majority in the State i uncertain at pn-fcnt. The rainy) benson com.mences j I a experiments in Turpentine ,j Mobile! i ii to be connected rmSelmti. onizing to one up in ) our latitu: e, and we t forj'j 'the opinion of militia oiiVers upon military
)
with the
of New YOlk, of not mote than nincty-nine; : here, 1 believe, about that time, :and enough most abundantly to tet the bear. I allairs: go far nothing 1 Does military officer .
votes. I{ people say it often rains fifteen das on a 1 ,matter: sati-fy the expectations and calciilni ;|[ Nashville and( Chatanooga UIJlll-tIJII: leav1 Much has }been aid( about this 'pirt of Florida I in :any position f.umtl; ) his jnd rnent of the

&!retch without ceasing ; if that is the case, I ;i lions of the most sanguine in regard to the. 1; iug: Montgomery o$ the great line of travel 1 th.it it is good for nothing( an I had betler I aspect of( two belligerents!! upon his more fami.

Wfl received yesterday, the following despatch should think my business would: bt rather nn. profits which be certainly secured from t j from the North to New Orleans. Two hut:. be given to the Indians(! as no holy can live i 'liar knowledge ct'the manna! of ihe masker,
profitable during i thu winter: tiun lis. may j in it. This i.s very well for men :Jo my who or the school of the cornp-ujy.7 The expe.
_ : It costs: too much to send money 'home from this department of business. Induced by. the I died thousand dollars have: already been subscribed I dislike the duty of removing tho Indians utJd! !' 'rience of (the co.-intry since 'the clajs of 1776,

NEW YoRK, :\'. 11. I heie. Jhey- will only allow me SlG I per piospecli; thus held nut, citizens of North Car. I to the Road by Se'ma ; and even the I de ire to get rid of it, but the Indians tell a 'II proves the contrary.; Then it was the duty. of

The news by the Cambiia produced a fa.vorableeffect { ounce for gold dust lanc.J charge 2 J 1-ti percent ; olina are already on the road to reap this harvest I Montgomery, papers admit that it will certainly di(lie rent story, and (heir. very repugnance 5') the commanding: officers of the militia to re-

: upon the Cotton Mai k.t. Ye, J for drafts, at sixty days after 'sight, on I \veallh.! I bu constructed. The capitalists and busii leaving the country i is the very best proof thai I' |)oit t to hit Eiecutive by express, and their

terday, sales of ihe day amounted to 3000() i BJ ton. Fur conveying dust 1 ih!y charge 7I.t i ness men of the latter city are ""rehtno keeni they tell the ii tub. f rep 'Us, as we have shown, were entitled I toi
We have said of the .
)bales, prices for Fair Uplands, 11 I Orleans j i per cent.' Therefore: I think it will bu nothing abundant yield I i i It is well known: to the people! ofFloritI.tim: i iby II credit. Now what was the duty of the Eior.utive .
., 21. Sales! of the week ending last l evening, ;! best to bring what money I have with me, of the lands of Florida: in corn. potatoes, peas j j sighted, not lo perceive how seriously her in. I t Ihe I treaty of Payne's Landing, the t title ofj j Governor I.lt'j'l Section 1 of Rrri-

reached 1::,OOO bales.POLITICAL. and get it coined at I'hilndelphia. 1'rivate and all varieties of vegetables. Yet howj I l terests would bo effected 1 by t throwing that ihe Seminoles to lands in Florid i was extinguished. c'I! of the Constitution of the Un!'. -rlr.v!: *

.-In ihe New Yoik! Legislature I companies are r coming I0's and: .1 dollarspieces nvich might be !;titl1 We are aware that a !i place otTlhe great mail route. What then I They have kept this tact: in \iew has these words : h The United! Sfate! O-T the

-. the Senate j is Whig and the Ho'use of Representatives here, but I think I \\ ill bring my dmt current opinion is' :abroad that Florida is too j have they to do for her protection ? We say, I iron) the formation of their Constitution up to j I application: nf t ihe Executive: of one of them,
j
doc.btful.MICHIGAN. instead! of coin. Cold and silver coin is very the present time. The tiuce from 181 l 12 lo the shall protectsuch applicants( irorn domestic':
devote their
'I he elections] show here but do like fir South for (he successful t cultivation of In. J Jdiaii t energies to the: establishment, : of j lime made violence word this
returns plenty they not to take coinbelow :) present was ; contrary to their consent or to efTc! It was {tha
that this Stale has gone, fur the Demociats.OVKKILOW I ] quarter ; it occupies too much I lime ; corn. Hut the concurrent testimony of,'a Road to Pcnsacolti The: distance 'to be i| and: contrary to the terms of their admittance d.ity then, of GovernorhIt iev !t. apply' foj

OF Tin: IIl.USUTh ..' has ''t'J count it. .Sain: Kiii"ry, and all the: other t fii-lileis t i in our mid traversed i is about half that ofthe rival Road : I into( the (muon. From the moment of{ j I I the Government of the United States for pro

.. been a gicat flood in the Hudson River, causing i?aclJ 1,!Jisare still at t the mine, but if any of States, establishes the fact that no where else j it can consequently! be much more cxpcditiouly its admission, the sovereignty of the State ex- tection. This he did ; and h
t .. coiuideiable damage ul Albany. them come down, they will call on me.I are the seasons so uniformly and certainly favoiable : I constructed.( Before it can ho completed, It'ndc.tJ't'r all the t territory: comprised within j i duty as clearly sanctioned by t tL! i. law as this.
I vas rather amused; I he other day, ut Mr. > Itlae t the boundaries described! by Congress. No''j i lie Horded immediate: : prlltt ction. The !11o \vj
Rail.road: connection to Charleston will f
S SECOND DLFPATCIf..Irritalaf Prince, the great Horticulturist ofNewYoik.He to the production of an ample supplyof ; independent nation of Indians, as upheld ii: j (! -.' not permit th* commanding officer* ii'h'; .

./ the : Mtamir I was sitting at the table! opposite, to me, t this indispensable, ; commodity. be finished ; so that when it i is completed! ( the (their independence by the power ofthe United I militia: : to .ct, except in places adjicen! ro ::'iO
California
JO llirjiirt.ClIABLKbTON at the hotel where: I boaid. After being in. I Holding out, then, such inducements as she I mail; will continue lobe carried to :Montgomery States: ( could! theretoc! exNt within the limitsof I I ill Jrn'ctiun.lI'n t lisa immediate. oiir.m.iading .,

\OV. 12, 10, P. M. trodcced to him, he told mo he had been to the does both to the industrious and) to t the idle, as it tloi i<, and from that place lo Pensacola. the State. No exclusive sovereignty: or I : ojHcers: of the militia! at a disfarr:

At 10.30 last e\cning we u-ceived the following mines and had seen the elephant, which was study cannot be mistaken in j jwo I: thence to New Odt>ans. So that by a right jurisdiction of sovereignty Its: ever buen cc. from (the scene of action do! not act. and t emilith
despalch : I thiltJ.fifccl i high, and had t twenty Miipison : I supposing ) del by this Stale to the United States over th' : force: adjacent! thereto is iusuincient to
The Mearner I-'mpiie: City arrived at Net I its back. I He said; he washed nut .r 0 cents that: the large amount of good land within our eons retribution Mobile, which is al t ''he: bot. lands I'upinlll111l' Indians since 1812, and! i; repel or suppress the insurrection \vh
_ S. ,!. York ycsteiduy. She brings half-a million % 'oit tli of gold, dropped 1 an, and J like 1 Kichaid, borders still unsettled, will be speedily popu. turn of the movement fir leaving: Montgomery I It). I lie treaty ol Payne's L-inding: the Gene; J is it (to.supply! the req-iiiie I force ? It i is clearlythe
of dollars in :o1d. 'fht'fe't're : oo vessels called for a horse. As for the agricultural I ated. off the route, would herself suffer the fate I tal! Government by implication bound il"clfto I duty of the highest militia otfwer in lh;>

in port lit San: Francisco at the lime the steamer pottion of i the country, he says, .that as fir as :i But we pass to other considerations wjiich, which she has planned for another.So remove t them 0/11111't t Ihe :,ah'. j I State, and he i is the Governor, who alone po -

-. )left. The present' population of San Fiat liii eye) could extend he could! not discover one themselves far as IVnsacola is concerned she has Now the decision that the Indians could! not j sSsts (the accurate iulorrn! ition (If! the amount
Cisco is estimated at 100,000. spear, of grass, and he has been "prospecting" present as the eye glances over be removed, does not show so much tl.eir: ) and( Mud of force required' to establish! the S I.,
Rich placers, ha\e rt'cl'ntl.IIPen. discovered] all ll.e while, about a month, and: ] had seen the horizon of our hopes. every thing to hope: from the success of the weakness as their gullibility! : t for instead ofj premuey of the law.: Therefore we hold It

0 on Trinity River, and woikmen gather at an as much as he wanted! to see of the country. The Indiana-that terrible nuisance, the undertaking. She should not hesitate to hazard pursuing a steady: and strong course with the !' was et'adthe duty! of the Governor, ia the

average :SI00() per day. Tom Corwin of Ohio is at the mines, dig. source of so many woes, are lo be removed every thing for its accomplishment. This Seminoles, as they did with other tribes and I absence of action! by hut inferior miiitit vff-

# .. Tile Convention, lecently assembled for the ging several other noted personages, too from our limits The fiat las firlh.- Road finished], with her advantages of harbor succeeded, they chose to listen to (the rt p')1' its cers, no nriiter.why; or wherefore, whether
formation of a State Constitution, unanimously luminous to mention: are also I there. Several gone and her second oftho. who were jaded with the service, who I for; want of information: or i.jdecKson, to order
"* ] agreed that no slavery shall ever be per- I I persons have anived t I here, and wotked in The Government stands so fully committed position, destiny only I to New found, hunting Indians disagreeable, and quiet( nut the militia ; and we think there cannot

4 milted in California, nor shall any free ne- the mines one month, obtained! merely gold! that it cannot, if it woiuM, back out from the Oi leans among the cities of the Soulh-west. diplomacy, and] cash more comfortable: than possibly he any difference as to whether ha

'4 t. groes be allowed to go thet je. enough ID pay their expenses while digging, undeituking lo transfer them. These sava. The depth of water on her bar points her out the field. Duly) will never wake the energies ordered out tho regularly orgiitiWi! rniiitia orvolunteers

The fe.\er has disappeared. and Jl'3in I the next steamer, minus i 1000 ge, and the fears which their presence ever as likely to be an irupum' (ant in'erporl! for the of men like! glory. No Slate ever appreciated I-refroni.. l Bat as in either} case,

". t, Tho Legislature i will meet in December! to out of pocket (iieat numbers Jeaio with): awakens, once gotten rid of our immense commerce of California and the East: Indies, : the services of troops better than Florida by t the Constitution: of the United Slates, they
:. organize a Slate Ciovernmenl', and elect! two (I tilT) one to I three I thousand dollais m satisfied I pe. because she knows the di then!:;les of the service are in I the service ofthe United Siates! and 4r!
,01 United Sraes Senators. home at that. The old 1:11 k ninsula, lich in all the capabilities of the re. as it shall be brought by Rail Road or Ship
: logo : n Oxfotd ; but there is no such! thing: as imi>rz'i- the laws of this State are subject to the rules
4, American gold dollars are selling at three came in on the: 2lst I of August, after'J2! clays gions of the! tropics, is t thrown open to t the Canal across (the Isthmus which separates the cublc! known to the military service wifli proper and ;articles of war f'r the government of the

-; ,-* dollars each at San Francisco. passage fiom Hoston. I told them they IUU.st: t peaceful and safe settlement! by the citizens of t two America means-and if proper[ means have; not :armies ofthe United Slates. The preierenca

English! ;papers by the Cambria have been hate been on a voyage of discovery ; they our own and other States. The amount of been supplied for t the removal of these Indians: is decidedly in favor of employing! the volunteers. :
II. f.. received at Hallimore, containing further said they) had visited about all I the i islands in wealth which is destined [run THE FUmiDIAN & JOURNAL.] (the ( o'e:linuciut has not listened( to tlu rightinformation. The practice of the United, State'
'' > news, and furnishing following quotations{ : the Pacific. We buried James I\. Polk here there to be created, MT.SSKS Eni'rons1 see a notice in Jour ( Government; and the success that Las attended:
.J' Fair Uplands and Mobile Gd. lastThuis-Jay: wiih military honors the col. no one can estimate, from the fact that no one I of So relieve
paper :jj inst., over the signature \. J. to a privileged class from a disagreeable all! military service commuted to 0iintCCt5i5tile '
'.i4 POLITICAL.-It is believed in Europe thai ors JftlJ fleet! in the bay half masted, minute yet knows the limit of its capacity. When, F.," ofThomasville: la., lo which I desire lo duty, we have been saddled( with the ? best proof.

t r, I a gencial war will ensue fiom the Tuikish guns filed. .Vc. however, ils productiveness shall have been make my best bow, and render most: hearty Indians seven years : and because we did not! We, therefore' huh that: Governor llseI'1iq !

; ,; f question. The decided stand taken I by Eng There was a meeting held here yoMenlav; developed, and science and experiments shall thanks. pack up and put out: for; California last July at sustained! !: by the I IW and I lie circumstances: ;
W: land and France, has caused (he Czar lo low. on) account of news: being received, r that the Doubtless the Faculty and Board of Trustees the beck tit the Indians, are accused of a desire that the law required him II) order '..' |Jtf'
'iftJ; er his tone. lie has cxpiessed himself aux- Americans who: were dossing the desert in fully have unfolded ils rcsources-whcn orangis of Fletcher! Institute, have reason to be for war, as if we were tho aggressors.Didn't .- militia, he ordered ihem out, and the eowfi'1"11of '

-, ::4- ious to settle the mutter, provided England Lower California, were KiiHeiing) (from want lemon, pine npples, limes, cofiec-the thankful lo h W. J. F." for his timely correc- the Indians kill, burn, and destroy 1 1- t the I Stae,: justified I I the I measure:I flul( WH

-I :: makes no hostile interference. I food, and water, and sup dies are to be sent infinite varieties of fruits and plants, which, (lion, for their oversight or intentional for- Where was the military foice lo stop them ? hold more, I that whatever: Governor M<>>. ",\

J. Nothing else ol importance has tranrpircd. I to them:, I believe, as foon as p( sil.J1e. I ex. enriching most abundantly; I t the laborer in the gelfulncss" to proclaim: abroad that music on At$ Foil C Monroe and JefTersoa Harracks. Hut did do, he did it i it: aid of tin (;ovrnhtea1tthe 111'

pecltheie is a great deal! of suffering in that regions of the Kqualor' refuse to in (the P.ano, is taught in said I Institution, and we didn't need all)' military t force ; t the Indians: United] Stales ; and houM! the IiI.iHI':; "J*
;:'.; NEW YoitK COTTON MAUKCT.-Xoccmlcr I quaitcr, us also oil the Rocky Mountain: route. grow really our friend seems to think: that some delayed ; they held up. 'True, they did, but t removed without! further! aggressive <-1' io"u.-
: :< 12 P. M.-The maiket to-day was firm, pii.ces PJcasc write by steamer. live Noithern: latitudes-when these shall have have withheld their it known ',.I be tur '
every my) patronage, for (the want was at Tallahassee, ut Washington,, rcdilJlJa ry action I'n their part, I it wii.tirely
S.. ranged from J to :Jc. advance since the best icspcrts lo' all inquiring friends. Send been brought into cultivation, then we expect of t this knowledge. (that the Indians would have acted as they have r i owing-I t to t Ihe prompt act!,ioi: 'take?) I.'.

;. receipt of tile Cambria's accounts. There i iil me the Mercantile Journal and New York to see (he Peninsuhi of Florida IOU of I the most Now all this tountt.'cry strange, in the done 1 I answer, no. Neither is (there a case him at lh,* moment of the outbie-ik. 11 .

'. ,. no change in the market: for other articles. Herald of the luted dates. 1 llla.\'e bl'Ul.OIJ. wealthy agricultural! districts on the globe. ears of tho readers of those periodicals, pub. analogous in Indian history-no instance that not been f>r the prompt action on liC "'
-- '. The J English papcis, by lie Cambiii; some papers (fioiu; II 'I'l'. lished Ii)' the church which has the super would! have, justified even the presumption of Governor Moseley! t hat iircimuht the n -J

which have come to hand, confirm the accounts From yours kc., tCIUKLRS An objection has been frequently' raised lo vision of this Institution.t such forbearance. Tim passed, the Stale militia ft the frontier, the Indians won'' .

;.: alrcaly: rcccifed liy telegraph. A. HICK. Florida from her isolated, ovtnfthc/ troy posi. Long lime ago, we published to the world troops were not needed, therefore it was wrong doubt, have ilestmyed halfof East1I thrlU...


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lie doubted his duty, and remained undo complained. Such is our conviction now, we Lz not desire! to see them. I did not ex- Receiving from New York R. }BERRY, Auctioneer.

ciclcd, and the Indians bad continued tlieirarfnie when aqurMion infinitely greater -magni.tude pecl-this talk, and had I done to, I would not TF.R P.n-: Knncline, a large as *rlmcnt of Japar.cd 1V. 1V.nTr3rn

\\ in their us-ual manner, lie would ha\c -one, inJec l, of vital c nr.ern-jemiiHs have helped to deliver up these men to you." JL and tmcv articles ot Tin-ware, embracing mos"t SALE DAYS WEDXKSDAV's AM SATUK1>AY3.

been tintrmtnl in Lisoun and public cviitna.tion. the unitt'd counsels' and comm iri: acti. n of Billy ItO'j-hgt, who is a finelooking fellow ol the articles in our line. Also nn hand, a few clErapire'i'Patent

\e rc\ieib! do as you would be done! the aggrieved and insulted South. Lei the of forty, followed with great earnest and digiiity Cooking' Stores. Air-tight and Cot COPARTNCRSHIP.-Tbesubsciibets have fortn-
tage Stoves for pa'lors. Patent Pump/Su;ar-D p- under the firm of BEHRY
I ly."The South meet ii: her strength as one nnn, and of manner. After talking somewhat to pers and !:iii.mers of different sizes, and a general &. ROWLES, to conduct the Jutlion aud GenttatComnrisi

United Stairs will not foil in their duty say lo the encroaching North, *' hiiherto the *anre effect as Assunirha, though with asnlm-ntof manulscfurcd Tin %%'art'.
-hut any citizen >1 f thin State who would shall thou come, and no further, and here mote wildness of phrase, but not of manner, We are prepated toexec'itejob work in Tin. Cop. attention tu aU b'uintsj entrusted to then.R. I V

be per, and Sheet Iron, Koofins.&c. Orders irom city II. BERRY.J. J. POWELL I
sei-k to defraud those who hare so well served shall thy proud waves stayed ; and it requires be added :

the State as the niiiUia called out liy Governor neither the gift of prophecy, nor extraordinary "We have now made more stringent laws or country promptly atte did T.to. WHITE 5c CO. Tallahassee,November 1. 1513. J. ROWLES.43 TlI/70lLD ttr.n respectlull that inform he will lie be citizens.m Mittrtt'o of Jf ,
Cbiifliy
!Mobo'ey! on this occasion, ought( to he sent to sagacity: to divine that: the threatened than we have ever had before, and I have Noyemb-r 17, 1913. 4T etnlv the cominsr week. fur the porpfwefil tanmsr or

Arkansas xviih" he Indians. Yours, ttuly. injustice-the impending; insult will !ncierbe brought here many young men and boys to see McNaught & Ormond repairing HAN'O FORTES. >Ir P. t.a.o trstimoziafI i I '

consurnated. Nothing but the di\ition of the terrible consequences of breaking our Plantation for Sale. HAVE now received their fall stock, comprising from siui.'ot tt first factory s and proier ,and be-

New Orleans Correspondence. the South have httheito induced and t-nc-mr- p"ane-laws. I brought them here (hut they TIE Plantation on which the subscriber! now re- and well -elected aa-orUaer. of ail articles in a maker ol thf tnsliumcnt, persons can rtty u i ,

-', known as Full Stans'uiry, fJ miles South usually called tor, Iz: hutS woik bcipftl dime.iir. .
North institute and
Niw GVLKANS Nov. 2 1S49. iged the to \vag the war oniht see their comrades delivered to bekilled.
4 up TallatvaMO-t and immediately on the Sliell Point Diy goods-.coarse, fine, and fancy, 1' will viit1binr.aiConnt.a .on the con

Messrs Editors :-Since my let: nothing now so boldly, relentlessly and wantonly prosectited Thui bnsines has caused many tearb, U.Mcl. There arc aba-it 1 IU' acres of cleared Land, Shoes, Ker.'ess, Linseys, Osnabnrg, &.C., ofBAf.tJl.Nt f'i' enjriftnienls in Jetlvtson Cctnty.Nov.mhsr .

importance ha* transpired in the Crp eent against S<.utlera lights! interests: und but w have done justice. under good repair*, a comtortable: Log house, with Blankets. Hats, Caps, unit Hosiery, 10. I19. 41 1dition \

The tinion of the South will I the necc sry cnt bjildir.i.: To any wishing 1'adiae Clothing, Cloaks.Uinbrt-llas, ParosoU,
feelings. prove nopledge word that if person
AND
City. The weather has been ic.naikabJy yon my yon :; ;;. ROPE, TWINE. jnr
th
tocnji ill Turpentine Rminesj, this !Plantation .,
the shield and buckler of the South her will
cease thu talk leaving the GEORGE H 1IEGI.NN1SS.
nootLr ,
mild for October! and one may tec exjwsed at country is a mo :t dc'oiriblone, as the neces-ury pro- I hardware,Tinware, Woodrrarc and Ciockcry, .
the diflerent miikets vegetables nearly all strong tower and her impregnable wll of de. outrage *hjll ever be committed; : by my Viioao i can bi raise'l on tis! premises, and there is a Salt Iron NaiU, Painl, Oils, and Varnishes, Oetcihr27lQ19. 42 4tNotice.

fence. We doubt whether it will c.ou be people! ; orifever, hereafier, the worst among urse Iio.h ol Pine trees attached to the land. The C'l.QVe, Flour, Bacon, and other Groceries,
I two
desciiptinns. rat Rome
or apo .
a day 4
necessary for the proposed convention to meetit my people fchall! cross the boundary' and do any Tallahnse and S;. Mark R.>il Road is Irom four to Together with a sprat eariety of lTffut, Ornamental uAMEETIiXG
del.cious in
|>caches. Tallahassee is almost will bo enough) that the South ,!itid! l mikchlef) people need not look for five miles, and a landing: oa the Wakulla River is and Fancy.qrticles,to, which they respectfully of the Srockho'deM of the
the same latitude with New Orleans, yet I your you about three miles from the Plantation, where the invite the attention of purchasers,and promise rice &. TrHft Tompany will be belIt

doubt if you have wen lomatioes; peas, green- prove herself caracsl in this matter. Let runner*, or appoint councils! to talk. I will Turpentine can be landed and boated down to St. to ell really tow lor cash h or produce. at the Ofrp nf thtr Company in this riy: on the first IJiad

coin, peaches, or anything of the like for eves)' Sotii hern State but respond, and that make tip my pack and shoulder it, and myPL'OJ Mirks Also, 5X) or i'.ibuheUol Corn, some siN McNAL-c.HT &. ORMOND also expect, throughrut Momlar in Decenibfr nest, for the choke cf Ticlor *-

immediately and warmly, to the .Mi siippiptojiisUion }}!iC will do the same. We will all walk or 5'WJ pounds of Fodder, and a quantiy of SwcttJ the season, to purchase and ad' an .e on COTTONS. teea the ensuing yeav. i

more than a month. Some of these things, -let the united South shew her dovin lo the sea %'iore, and] we will ask but J otatoes, will p I 1 bJijld with the laid, i if t applicction Newport, Fla., November ti), IS43. 44 ROBERT LYON, Cashier.Ta'hhas VV

doublless: come from a distance-{.crimp* is made soon to the .subscriber on the prcm.ses, when < ee. N .vemr f r 3, IS59.J3
from the West Indies-yet they can be pur. !fixed determination TO MEET IN CONVENTION, one question: : Where is ihe boat to carry the ttnns, Vc. will be made known. New Goo V

til YatJlnVZr, Tennessee, as proposed by .Misfis.siipi us to Aikansas ?" BENJAMIN BYRD. Now Goods.
chafed here at a cheap rale-verifying TUST receiving, and now opcninz. pr Brig Qcilh'.
the axiom in political very that wherever | on ihe firs' Manday in June neat ; and A day was appointed for another council!, For! Klansjury, Nov. 17, 1519. 45 tfX5' SI a general assortment of all kinds ot foieiyi ai d TIJ.5T received by Georz H. MezinnUa, an aw-n.'

orotiomy we confidently anticipate that the nare exhibition but t they di.l not promise to attenJ. 'I h.sre ( Sentinel copy. domestic g'iods and for sale bv ,J merit ot FALL AND WINTKtt GOODS, 9f there i is nuiket there will lit .
a a supply.As
: of f such a determination, an li't practicul was an Infoinial! promio that sonic nmnTwonj November 10. IS 10.) 41 R. F. BURNEY. almost evt-rv' article that i* wanted in liutoiM, ,,
the day election is now drawing very EEL AIR ACADEMY, ket. which ill be'iuld af the Iowe prift 1 !***
and decisive mode of ih
legates in secthe whites but ofMI
appointing to
near, considerable cxriUfnvMit( is b. giiiiiiagl, to attend] the proposed Convention, uiil *tiprKede ; o'iseived I thit t they were stunned and conj j porcliasir.g. GE<'. I I. MEGINNISS,
iisclf.: 1 attended DemociaticimuMing
a j WILLIAM S. P.OGART, A. M, PRINCIPAL.jrTUC n BARRELS brand Northirn Fl ur,
the of its actnii tl.e talk and could October 19. 42 4V ,V* ,
IS %
necessity assi mbi.ige. by ; by not promise any ) 27.
which was called lo AKomblc at the FIFTH SESSION[ : of this Institution will 25 J do do do do da -
the immediate removal of t/z#. cause. Un! llliuLr, 50 bags best Rio Coffee, Ladies': Sho3i.V
%rcdt Saloua ; but the room, although) capaiilc begin on Mond.iv, December 3 1. Two years
should this i. too flittei injunction laid & .___. 10 do d- Java dc
<: a > ?
on have its ?
ov tl:1p4.'J organization and it
crowded while our so-il. why even let the Couvenii-iu: metan Resaipta of Cotton and Tobacco j crss thus In wjiraats the belief that a permanent 10 boxes be-t chewing -bicror, .1 Ladic.Kid V
hundreds of the tzttr. Slippo r.
many 10 do Tobacco
riled" reit.aitx'ti i in the l speak in a voice, at once temperate and] At I the HAK\\ >ad Di-j-ot lor tie week ending Friday i SChOOl, h'vibintri and s'Jir.tncr, c.ii: be rujititained 5 bbls.! Crushed cuin.i chewing .a Trimmed E.xceUior.. V
jet $reet. So the i in Rel Air. To parents at a distance, who havetosod Sugar,
yet firm, of brotherly love and yet of stern Xi.vvtnlKT I 10, lty: 5 boxes Loaf duYuung V" Village Tie*, VV
tTztizzg aut.ed:; to the public Square, nlMr. I : j ilieir chii Ire'i Irom hone, an opportunity; nj .* -.
Tir &
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Lnav.cted
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Larue in-Minted ih siiui'J. I ua fortunate solemnity* the united resolve o1'tio! j South no Bite'ot1on.! I17'J' j here ifTet ied tor th 'ir education, 1:1: a situation noted Hyson, Black, and Imperial Teas. GEoRGE: H. MCGIXSS. i

l Mjbmit and 'I /lot its h.'jith, and from the incentives Just receivotl, and for sale bvNovembrr3.
lo'ng"r to to u-suil
enough, after no) little tniggling togt aggiessiou! ), oijtiuge Leaf T > >jrCi). (cai ,) 52 rt-mniu ISt43 S. F. EURNEY.TI.X O'th'r 2. 149. 4-2 4t
bear in "iit.! but on th? cont:arv. to uphold her inKiiiuiions Tsillaias! Nov. 17, IS4). (to idleness. Board may beobtaiHed on very reason
FuiTJcirntly near to what he said, able lerm Pu1ib; of both -icxes arc reci-ived, and Nevi Store and New Goods. .
her anJ J her sacred honor .
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and zs he was uilvocaiingin an able manner lights, i f* nLV *J yn' iPTTrf"_*'p .pJj iy L'JJmi. this arratijcnienafter a sufT.cienJ trial, is believed Collector's Sale..
ii: subrribers have rented the store forinfrlr ,
an elective Judiciary, 1 listened with much peaceably if she can, forcibly il <*he mu' t. coItrr's to be attend.! with s-une important adrant.iges. In- BY iiloe ol the authority vested in roe by law, I T iciu',ied h bv Mr. McDoujrat, adj'ininthat of

I inJerej-t \Ve repeat then that we rtjoioe that the '-tractin:) isgiveu in th' C/t.sir', .W-jlkcuiztict* 1 e levied ujoi; : and will exw-.se for sale before *
and was very favorably i impre*>v CoiCCtral! syrup of &arsaparlIaTh 5lr.Ki0htlI! reedoor-bl xv MrBornej '*.and wilt
incipient towards i thifnioni! <>iitoii.s measure the French Unguage, and all the Iranchts cf a the Court House door, i-i M,di- nn.on the first

W4111 the stop in lew (Senrrnt Stock ftf Good, con-
d'ysa
orator. Hut the "out-idcrs, who Huliti* MrJiclnc of Hie Day.Tl Hn lish tJiicjtion. open a
cantjjltle : The tuition feet are Mondav iii! Ft-brmry -xt.the following described
bus !b ieII taken by Mississippi it can itini of Dry tcIdi, Silk Good-, Fancy ditto, IlaU
could not hear a word of what was going on >u \\rite-i T... \Vrijrlit, 1:9., the well known, respective-! SI:', v-2n, and S"-5 per spsion of five land-i, or so much thereof as will satisfy tlie Taxes ?
sneered aid B iot* and 9Clcthinz. Saddlery,Groctrie -
soon becarup, tery i :tturally, impatient: and no longer be ridiculed or at usa South-; ctLcirnt, anti gentlemanly Ccnd'ictcr oa the Con months, with 10 extra lor French. May and November du thereon for the year 1849, to witrhesr4andNE4fsec1rENwofsec: Caps, Hardware! > \Vw-dware, and Tinvt are. which
Carolina pi'oj"ct-httt S'juth-Carolina! will cord hot, .tcatio-is. Circuar-!
nude Jljiiruatl : are : containing
such nuuifest demonstrations of iheirdisconlent reasonable
ill oflV-r tor sale on the most tertr.s
we dou'it'! not, ield it a warm and unanimous: Tosro.v, Feb. 2I,1S4. felt pariiculats may obtained ol the Piincipjl.Thefoliiiu 10. W i S E 4. bVc 3,T 1R7, N and E., belonging th.-y w .
that the Speaker was forced to d. that other ?7ers. reward Drinl'-y & I'... : ig ti'l t ithULt1i i is appended with pk'.isare; : to Edward Brvan. fur ri h or country produce. V V
ipnort-aud wo truit. too, every By cI-cK? a'tt-ntion to b'Mineis. and the low price*
tit ; nnJ as order could not ng-iia: be restored, 4e.'r1ricnIii14rc1, tit, S1. I wiaprosira-! JOHN II. PATTERSON,
Southern and Slave holding State will coma TALLAHASSEE 14, ISl'J.A at which they offer their Goods, they hope lo caeriL,
the cro.vd formed procession, and mrcbe.l oil t tOLI tor feveial weeks with an inflammatory brai.ifi'Vcr ; Tax Collector for Madison County.
to the groceries lo and 1 promptly and gallantly into: : the glorious phalanx which loft mo in a weA and letble itate.A former and preser.t nitrons of the Del Air Academy November 3, 154'J. 43 3m a sharooS public patrnnace. .
"tecwppraie, returned BUTLER & DENIIAM.K. .
-the phalanx of equal ju lico and confctitutional friend :idued me to try a bottle et t Corbel we lake ;pica-ore i'i: stating that, for the ;just advances
home irrjch distppoinlcd. two the In-titution !ha conductctl Mr. BTh y are prepared t to msVe liberal _
Conretttratcd Shaker Sarsaparilla which I Iid.Mlh veri been by Sale of Negroes in Chancery.
ti ;ht. Let neither talk *
us nor COTTON, shipped to their friend- in New York
The \Vbis barbueue Moul.tv1at WILLIAM S UOOVRT entire satisfaction.His on *
; javr a on \ li.lete(! to i.ur -
Decree in madon the 30th of
TNDER Erpity,
of a
thin; nullification or State October 27, 1VIO. 42
a couple of miles from the c'ty, which sepirate action th(* !irt t bJtlc, I was con ci.i-is i>f a decided itnptcv'ini'Titjluiih q'i ilir.cationi aa an jn4ruetir..hi4 correct views __J October! ii. the Circ'iit Court for the County ol
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but act with the .SoMth and for the iii l mzvernment-his high moral character, ami his
must have been, from: what I ran hear, a very : i ii.tivn- th aul my g i-ncral health. Leon, State it t Florida. 1 will ofier it public sate. before FLUID just l recclivd per IIri.r Lnc
Squill ** lio'jcof bjn" I llc-.sh of I h4vt. ut'1 il id.Iii'ul! 1 iltli-, until gen Ti! deportnif'it as a Eenil.-in'in-prove hi* abilifv BURNING *
splendid affair. Ji is saiJ that the dinner us :; our an oirll"sh. since ?evnr< ) my the Court House in Tallahassee, within legnl GEORGE H. MCGINMSS1.
health is better, and coistitutit <>nllv j jsinuigor lo conduct &ti'-r-ji>iuh! a cla-'i<'al school ol a
We have ev'*ry reason: ti* believe ny apiiar hour., en M' ndjy, 3d oi Dcce b3r next,the following October 27, :SI >. 42 41
cost aIOUt:>() The festivity of She bad hih order. Our connection with this school
day that tlmr. it ha been for >e>rs. T*> those oirni- as patrons Nezro Slaves, viz _
and Alabiim and :
a damper cart tipnu it, however, by one of young powerful yet i.-rly afflictfJ as myself, and inJ--id t(, all trouhlpd! enable, IH to comrini;! it to the favorable notice Tenab, Mary and her three children, Sarah and For Sale
but cqially: ppiiitrd Florida, will bei of those having children lo ed'icate.GEO ,
the "decency" being most larbirously ruurdired younger with ci'iistilutiuiiai debility, loss of appetite, cr in- hfr four children, Dick and Eve.

d, whelhor pree Hled *jy actual di fase or WHHTIF.LD, TURRUTFR I5F.TTON, This sale is made to provide fur the payment of :'It1LIKELY AND VALUABLE NEGR0F.2j --.

Louisiana;; and, the distant 'JVxus will itlieiwi.-a, I can cheertuiiy recommend the ShAcrSdiaparilla T. W.' JJREY\RD. T \VILLT-\MS, certain amount tcitied in said decree and the balance men, boyj, women and children, womei* ar.it ,

practical"illustration of the old saying of"dog range themselves under the constitntiomlbinncr as in my pinion i it: it the nest elective JAMES I!. UROOME:, JN ). J. MAXWF.LL.; for divi rt'n between fe bei;s at law of Josiah girls Call and scent the store V cfS.. '

cat dog and lica!l -rct oil ug ;mediciii, Unowii.Yiurs F. EPI'E.-, JNO. 1'. MAXWKLL, arid Ann Pendarvi. deceased. S. KMG1U1
-.-that Arkansas and Missouri will onto L. P. \vniniIT.Cmdtirtor HEXJ. F. IVI1ITNER F.DWD. HOUn'OUN.GFO ; October! IS t 19. 42 V ''
i we election 01 Walker governor, k looked t.-uly The terms of the sale are Calz.and prc133crs to _
upon fly the Democrats as : the things the rescue from the recesses
that among W'et-thnt old Virginia will (]Ofl her armour : H. Driuley &, Co Ag.-nUf the L'mled Sjatcs JNO. S. MAXWELL, JOHN P. DUVAL.TalUhassw BF.NJ. F. WIHTNER, V
: are certain. There are also whigs O p PNAWAY: from the snbcrlbr somette
many and Canjiia Nov. 17. 1' 4J. 45
at the first blast: of the trumpet, and do j otTallaha33C2 Nwmher .7, tc4f 4" Master in Chanfrr. :
now who give it tip.ii'itvj ; i V during the Rvrrfhf Febiii3ry.M-r. a a.
LEWIS & A ME*.
I \ Or. Ciapp's clrjrcli a Sunday orto battle in the rightf-i! and righteous cause,- S'.l? As.-iit'. f.r Tali-i'iav"' *. Female S Scrninarr Lot No. 179, girl uann-d. SYLVIA of dark con.pTtxion.
that (ieorgin, Nuith-Caroliua, and Tenneswe -..-. tl>.,uf hve fe-t, five cr six inches liish, tin(
ago and cau'i tiut the I had F= 7.p-- ;1.it :' II Monroe feet inches front
say conceptio : 'tr.'ef. 1 13 170
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will giuuJ hhoulder to shoulder] with their TALLVHAS-SEE rLoniDA ] ON' antI 'jrf made, and has red eyes. She r* scppi'sed-
formed iJii* potvfr as al*v.turer, ftotn hearing A Ps It I Ii I W. L. HAltrSOX, A M PRINCIPAL. hick, will be divided intn ti.re? ecroal lofa, to be iurkinu arunnd IV.lahassee. and b co o.Xc&it.'
I Southctt) cmnpeers--tizat old Kentu'-ky, even which will bt offered for sile at the CourtHouse
him si freq-ifully spoken al was vetlisrd.i Oa: the 23 Ortnber, in Trini Ci.urcTi, St. A Jgu "PilLS; Instit: ion.: u'i'h'r the care of Mr. hanson, severally omen in tlurtty ol eveuingsainontheticenegroe.
at the ,iflee if under the lead J if her on Ilie; first Monday nt December next.
sac not
< Her liusband.wiien she Itlt U.
1 'tlie d<*!ivervJ a very pcweiful argdjjjiMvT i 'tine, by te! Hcv. Benjamin Wright, Dr. CARY .L late P.e.-i Ifit clt of Picken ,vilip Female Cnl- was llayv\ara'bc;
JAMES T. ARCHER.
great commoner; and illustritous son, wi I Aid and Mrs. HurUon will b > for thereclpti. IK-nry, < n tl.e Trfdvwll[ place, and it i-s aapposevl
the ciT-ct ledge, <
against open
religious incitements or, B. GAMBLE; to EDWARDA, Jaushttr ofl\ Ute TERMS-One half caah, the remainder at twelvemonth that S'ILh him V
strike for the conslituiiona] of ol the 20th instant.In ? gJ yet.
equality coequil n pupils, on Tuodday,
as they are m ire comni'itilycHiJed, revivals. Lit. 3B.. S'laxv. U S. A. ihis Ins''stulioi instruction is dcsizued be *, drawing interest at eizht per cent,and s- The abote reward will be paid for her apprehension -
to
Although; one may not IK inclined to bdiccc s-vereiguttes---and that oven 'Maryland! ..'. _' _'- >***' -i-tx> ..< t -jt S l. 1 cured bv lien on the preciiss.N and dviivery tv WilLiam John-mn.on La' >Jatk-
Delaware thorough ; and the JUMS; will not be pt-rmitled to .ivt-'mber
air however far they' have 3, JM'41
,
till rmy V. V. SKRCINE.
he says, yet 1 presume there are few whore Sans of Tca-craiicc. pass iiver nnv stiiv! !; without an intimate acfjuaintaace son. V
straxci: from the cnn.uon: fd! will nuk-.J October 2i"). 1=49. 41 if
yd wM' Tuts vv'll bf s.vvitn >
not it. tu
cOfl1atlkd to listen to liiin attentively. : especially c Boots and Shoes. _
Subordinate Divisions thro'i tiaur the Slate aid!
The xr.mon cause wiih u*, choosing otr peojilc the: excef-dtiigly imports .t! u'tject of Mathcnntic.i.
in his hew and Fashionable
organ church is a superb; one, but for their people; and our God for their CJuJ. U'-proHintativrs to the Grand Division; are hereby in the diL.r.:4: bra.-! 5 cl which, pupils will be 7? fC.ASSs ir.en':? and bny's Russet Urojpns, Goods, 4
ih* vocal put of ihe music I thought inferior. tJ -1 d nts S.ie calf sewed Bocts RECEIVED bri Ana Eliza
very \Vcvould this n"tijc-d that the Jinnuil .Wetting of the Grand ihornu.. My diilied, ai 1 r."[Hiic-d to give tl.e rea-un- > g- JUST per ? opened,
The congregation was not large- earnestly press, matter J.T f-u-h in even cjleulafiun. 12 d.>2. Ladled fine Black Kiuo.!.inf\r, | ij*, t) and reatly for inspection, at the store ol S. l-V
i on ;the mind and the lx of Division of the State of Florida, will b? held in Tullaias step CUItS'CY"
very many of the pew? in the body of tin* j jrs our people, ftc CtJO5 in M.WIC Drawinj, Pdintiig, Wa\ J do da
church nut being lilled, but he !! ricK, ani! invoke our worthy, spirited and ptrioiicCloveujor : >fe, cox.'nencing OH If: HncsJay morning, December Work, and Em'tro-dery, will be under the care ol il,> d > do Clack Gaiter, wnl dj well tu call and see tl.e. Goods below c.drerrised. -

gai t-i make the proposed Cunveniion: 5/A, at 10 o'clock. Ktfj where tb seat are fcw, were cr. \vJcJ. I of Boots and MIOPS worn, and for sale bvNoremhr I[ Printed tie Liine, jPanr rirr Long Lawn
South, where Ihexe baancbes thoroughly
a subject of'pecia1 reromm uda'i'ju in his to be puticful at Ihe hour. Several ud'iresi- are taught mere -
SAW pvenj( very beautiful taMies! ia tiiis or ,cicutilcally. 3. I S41 13 S. F'. IlURNCY.Itlouticello I Figured Cashmeres, jTreid EtTtjinp and Laces,.
annual in to our Slate Legislature.Oa efl be eectpd during the Sessions of the Giancl '
rn-iy ]
church but sage i Oriental 'Ladie Clack and White1
it
strikes me that lira ratio ofjirutiy The uchola-sfir year ot ten months is divided into
women h not t here in ): this question, we hope that all party! Division, and it is i.opcd that the friends of Temper two (Msions of five iio-iths each. PupiU can enter Male School. | Brocade Alpaca, J Silk: Gl.ives,

the diiF.'teut near to {Treat as difference .will be forgo'ten and burried anee will rally in their strengih on that occasion for *t any time ad will only be charged until the rpIIIS school will be opened on Monday, the 5th Supr French li'jrsbazine, "Ladies ccl'd Lisle GloTevHitick
.
; < f i'iorida I hare visited '
parts that we shall know neither Wing* nor Jert- a moral dernonstra'ion in favor of the great and noble end of the tern. _L November i instant, under the superintendence? i Bart;es, tto s np col'd kid t1.i
as much us has been > ai.i and fcung; of the fair of W. O. GIRARDE, Es"i-, wboe experience in SptinsiPtcan.cljanCotorsLjnen Cambric irdk'Jy, *
of New Orleans. Perhaps tnj opinion is ocrats, but Southro.ii! only,__-ind that, iu the cause in which we are engaged.By PRICES.OF. TUITION. the profession enables him to give every assurance to i Mack Gro de Swiss, SaSlta Ribbcr.,

owing! tomewhat to the prevalence of the language of our great Soutliern K'ates'nnn order of ;he Grand U'oithy Patriarch.JCRIIUA Juven le Dpartn>mw
French mode of curling the hair in cotlccreu \ct we tru, t, to wear the Executive honors PHKLFS. Acting Grand Scribe. months, .ind, Mental.Arithmetic, per Tern $10 of five 0'J Knits of Tuition per Session office Months: Jaconet D.4tedScissMn4irr Cambrics, Unnnct Silk dctJBIact Visct I

*> ringle.ts, and bunging it over the side of our great, glotiotis, an-1 ;perpetual: t Union QnineyOetcber n.Xr 1Q19. First Class-Reading, Writing, Spelling, Orthography Rending, and Wrilinj, $3 fiG rIait a. .

of the dice like the ears ofa lap-do;: ; a we shitll hold .ery Southern man, (and, in modern Geography Grammar,and Arithmetic AritLaetic, Gecr-jraphv, Grammar, History! !j October fi, 1349. V V

pro. this cat.'gorv, we design to include also every ( The Annual Examination of the >tudent inFletcioo.r 12 00 &c 12 00 ,
that
re >s in my misid, would spoil; the face ofan Philosophy, Chemistry, Aslronorny, WalLem Protection n !iranre < oCS ew .
nr.ipany Jcrey'
man identified wilh the South, in interest, in Institute will commence on Tuesday, the Second t'Ia'o-t t ithrntic concluded. Botany j
ang<'|. Dr. Clnpp apparently about filly ticS, &c.. 15 OO
.
Modern G tigraphy, with the u>e of ; CAPITAL'2fOjOi' J.
principle or in ) than i'Jth' : November nest, and continue four da.
keling.
nearer .
of is little any The Ancient Language, 15 00 j
}ears age, a above the miJJle height, globe., Parsing M\i-rci.*, Rhetorical Fire
and Ijlarice Insurancs:
: ud 1 hai a very Miiltinj pb'sioznoiny. 'J'he :NoithernVhig: or Noithcrn I'nzcrat.- I1. P. SMITH, Iw-adii g, \Vnt nifc.S elling.and Defminz, 13 00 Composition and li.-chrnallou will also term a regular .

lone of bis voice is Let u* but do ihis-and thn; South will be fafe, President Hoard Tru
disagreeable-bul Lc j isppable (the Union will be pafe, and our great and the Heaven-*, 1 Hi>!or> Analytical I'otany, N. B. Tiii school is entirely separate and distinct Agents', Tallah-usee. Florida.
of tbrou-in* H dt'r'e of rarneMnehsinto from the" Monticello Female S'hool," now so ably 'uatr 1t. ? 4'. If* Cm
Par ii.g in the Poets, E
united country will continue to move on, wilh Religious! Kotio.-There will be preaching io- Reading say I V
it that i is very iicptessivo. After hearing Writing, (daily,) 0 00 conducted bj Mrs. FFIUUSO.V, sa far as regards the
giant btiid s to the consummation of its morrow (indav ) mornin and nigh;, in Dartltl'sDrick
Iiim. however, I I'm ( opinion that ho owes a ; glorious Senior btudiis-Algebra concluded, Geozirtrj communication of the I-AO sexes. Cotton.
its mighty, its continental t'uildin by Ilev. Mr. HABT-.O.V. Monticello, November 3, i>4?. 42 St
destiny. ; .Trii'o'iorr.etiy.Cru-mistrv Lojic
,
of r IIE
ponion isis famf lo the popularity of his fieo nrtdersigntd H new fully r-reparrd la niil; Sentinel till lit Jjnti
dudriaes snum' the of New Intellaittial Philos.iphy, Natural Philoophy. grj: cpv ry. -L liberal l adrsmcr t>n COTTON consisrm'f t. Ijlf.
people Orleans .
; ; Moral Philosophy, and Latin, triendi in New York. S. F. EURNEY.!
ztud that if from the Savannah Rrjn&Hcan.Tin New Goods &. Just Received J
.
he
had bei .c.DUY .
n an orthoJ/u Kpisrop (optional,) Daily %? Writing, 25 03 j October fi, IS1i. "0 V V *
han or FLOKIUI GOODS. GKOCF.1UI1S hARD V7ARC Music Piano, 2o 0'' GENERAL of Gla sand Croct
IVcfcbyierian, instead of a (UnitrrfcaliM, : INIIA-T1ZC Council and on A as-iortnvnt ry-

wo nerer would have heard 6<, much) of him. Surrender nf! the Mn tlerrrs..-From the fol- ( IJOO'IN. and SHOl, &c. Use of Jii-itriimeit, 5 OU ware, a.d for ale by S. F. EURNEY. Wanted. >!->
1 Just received aid: fur sah byGEOtUll Drawing and Painlinz, 1000 Nox'fm': 0', Ul ). -13 r ri'n !PALES COTTON, by twill a
went on ih I 1st jns. to the Catholic lowing iall which we had in Washington suiscr.lt'r
: 1 IJ.! BESTU'ICK.November Wax Woik and Embroidery, each. 10 (00Fiench yrhicli the hiivst!

Otneteiies-thi-beitis All Saiiitf I Day-.when llrj.ulUc, it dues not appear that the Semi- I JQ9.l 45 Spanish, and Italian, each, 10 00II State of Florida. ) be paid. S. T. LUR4IV

the piocs of that pensu-ixiou Iiere, turn out lo Doles aiu willing to emigrate. Th'? Corniinuiling will be petffived that <25
4ltC4lral1 l lie IomIs departed relatives and ) C Mieral and I party! rcthced: Tari; ;>aon Just Received, highest I price t that can be charged lor I tuition i I i in I thf of State,and William R. Hay ward,Treasurer

flien.is witta Cuw.'is, palls lapeis, t'cc. I the 17ih ut.! Tiie Indians s.inii: fifty or PER Brig Emcline from New York, and per &rlr. :literary and. scientific branches,including the ancient of the Mate ol Florida, having met ii. the ctfice fIU\ PIKCKS: : DUNDEE BAGGIKG. V
from New Orleans, of the Secretary of State to c.indSthe returns 10 do Kentucky ulOccits
can give ou no idea oflhft fjileudor: : of the sixty iu iumbcr: had been there nine d-ivs; ft':) bolts Kentucky lings-ing, N. M. Yocal Mu-ic will be taught to all the j pu. (of the elections lor Senators held on the lir-t Monday ; Rope, 7-S naba'gs, V V

l i'Ifllb I sau-y *t 1 cotiyot say that the grate with} three of the murderers, and the hand of 10 bales Gunnv do.SO |;iU without charge. in October in>l.,> made lo theSVcretarv of St,'ehv 3-4 Domestic. 4-4 do. "

appeared} a jot inure imitin;; when coveted bvMructurs the f'-urih; who was killed in the attempt to coils Jute Rope One bail terms of tuition arc considered as due the several Judges cf Probate, tlo hereby cet lily Just receiTfd and fur sale by .
& do. in advance, or the whole at Ihe middle of the term. that the of the October 6, 1 4'J. S'J S. S. KNIGHT.
of f litteiin ; tnaible, than when by capture him. Every chief and sub-chief of ) Kentucky Rope, lollo\\ing is a correct canvass returns :
Scholars from abroad csn obtain board in good aforesaid
5i Uc1 Itacknhcat!
an unassuming! mould of tomb note in the nation theie. looked :
cant Each was: They
V
families he citHon.
in ( \
10 da. Goslien Butler, The whole number of rotes given for the niEce if Now Opening"i
was decornttid by br quets and fcMoons of haggard and depressed ; an 1 spoke of their 25 baxes (amity Cheese, BEFEflENC : Senator for the Eighth Senatorial District, was six :

: flowers and -erseens while upon many were having gone through mu<:h trouble unJ miny: 10'J( kez* KaiU-3, 4, 5, 6, S, 10. 12, 20. ( A. E Mx-.vrLL, JOHN .*J. SUFPFRP ESI- hundred and twenty-two ((12; ,) and ol these Atuuj j i .TDir.T 8 while Satin I.itest; fcr sl>ladic le lljck tire--Silk,Visct snptrier?, blaci crr.jri! arff
II\YWAIID Rev S WOOPBITRV -
magnificent tiJUof lich black velvet trial in capluiing the n who rorhjSeby S. F. JJUIINIW.N'vcaiber M j-Riciin. tin E Maxwell receiied three hundred and tvventv- i
span yomg; m Hou. JA 1::. BROOM Hon. T. %V. BKtv.inr. I rc
17. 1 110. 4."ifor tine ((329,) and Noah L. Thompson received !
'led with silver and gold. I noticed sonic bo milted the murders on Indian river. Aflt r Taltaftaai-tc. two ured Swiiirr? >ir sit; fiior .tliite ilottt-cl Mvi lirr.

dressed whose occupants Irad been Kcepin! the United States Commander-in-chief; ; ; :id'rcsscJ Buggy3 Sale November I7,1'lJ.I 45 hundred The 1 whole and nim miRiber tv-tlree ot votes, (203)given) votes.for the office of J j j rich biffiiet Ritbmi. black and! mourr.irg bor tf

the "Jong kleep" for years. The pious duty I th? council Assurmha the tliii-i BY MILLER & BROKAW. Senator ftr I the Twelfth Senatorial Dist i id was two j 1 trimming Ribbons, fancy IJ.bbor.s.>ili! Cultt'Bs, Mack Girri,, icUtt

ofannualh' titiiing and, bcactifying them descendiag speaker: of ihu nation, replied ui follows to Notice hnndrid and I hui'ty.eight ((23,)and of 1 these VVi liam || JtM received j.er scr.r-or.er Vir.rrnt from Nevr

I from that of it which related their val 1ri v.ryjJy. have ju-,1 receivcil, and will hereby -jiven lo all wln-m it concern, that F.:. M. Cousins received one hundred and tv\enty-f Yorkami fcr sale
presume: ; generation; to penc. hart to rezi I hand few BUfJiVS.nliich JS may ly S. F. LUFINEY.Septerr.ber .
good
keep i on a ((121,) and D.itucl Uell received one hundred and
a retn14ory note, fur the un of five hundred i'J 1S4.
franz I'icuida ,
ration I have
no idea of the nu.nbt'r ofpeo.J : .( : lliilUcll low for cash.: fourteen ((114)I ) vt>trs.
dollars, somf-time in
Ki eo by me July or Augu-t,
J Ide who weto here congregated;! mourn. *4 We did not expect this talk. When yo>i % 'tIIitr 17, 1S19. -15 151% and made payable to I E. C. Cjrbrtt or bearer The whole number n f vrjes eiven for the olnce ol BAvJGING i R&'FE-Jiit c-ud. V *

frs mid peciatoi>-;many, many thouiands.Theic began thi) new [removal] matter I felt us ifjou For Sale at Bargain. and due on the lot!, <-f November, I SI'', and as I Ihe Senator lur the Thirteenth Senatorial District, was Piiazxir.-;, r t
a consideration fIr which tmd note given h.is four hundred and eighty-six ((4SQ,) and ot these Robert Si> Coil. ,
is eumething pleading iu (he idea that had i-hot me, I would rather be thot.I .-.- was en. Rpje, V> -
?' P.MR of family HORSES-voung andfflLt tirely failed, I am determined not to pay the same, tfro\vn received two hundred and M\ty-tive IU; bis. T%%toe ,
our friend* will vin't our graves alter we. are I am old, and I will not leave my coulit ry.- A irentli1-will lie sold at a bargain, if unle- compelled to do so by the verdict ot a jury ((21* ),) and Jatn.-s M. Baker received two hundred A full supply of the ul ove article trill bckt .

no more, and beautify them with sweet flow. General Worth said he spoke for your 1'ren- ) '( for soon, together with a snug of twelve honest men ; and this is to notify all per and! twenty-one ((221)) votes. con-tantlv on hand?,Junrj the seai->n bv.

<'rg,-..but to ;.the such, a display, upon a set dent, too.-that he was aulhoiizrd to make laruily I'arria, nearly new. Apply al this Office. sons not lo trade for the same, unb's at ''heir own The whole number of votes i>ivon for the oflireof S. SKNIGHT.Tallaha. :

day, before thousands ofo1ervIrF, is and K in and November I 17,1 1S39. 45Croceries ri-k. J. M. HILL. Senator for the Fiiteenth Senatorial Districtwas five re, Srt.15.S-V). '
repugnant peace avc us quiet our country, ''
.
November 17, IS 19. 45 M hundred and s-eventv-five ( 75,) and of t these il. Stark VV
) lo my notions of the bzIcre.lp1Phs! of woe that so long a* our people preserved the treaty &c. Perry received two hundred and eiihty-eishl ((1"S,) NEW GOODS V

grid and ti.riow. I could not but think that your's wol l I. For many years you have received from New Oileanj, Notice.IXTYFIVE ant Le\visC Gaines received two hundred and eightyseven

,.t liie ceremonies melt stronger of the vatiety had uocatJS'i to conplaiit: ] ; and lately, when a a JUST barrels Masnolia Flour, ((2'i'7) votesTrie JA1LSS B. GAMUiUTSrereinnsby
: NRG ROES for .deal my plantation \vh le number of votes given for the office of
of the. the .AnriEhiza.L .
St. Louis
living than, thir Borrow for the dead. few bad broke the law 50 VincentLucyOcilla
mn a thing ,
young J (itt Fo lialia Lake, iitar lanunii.i, consisting ol Senator for the Sixteenth Senatorial Districtva Suv.annev

Rut I find that I'm stretching out to an improper that cannot be prevented among any people; 40'J casks boxes S Clues s.r.c'ired?, Ham", Men. Boys Girls, and Families, an live go.nl Hon.'e onehundre l and sixteen ((116.! ) and of these George % jfer Good-,>,d.c.&c.a\\i.icb he iiiviu-s large supply his cistotn of fall and
and
length_sn I will c'osc. diil: we not hasten to make: atonement? We If) kejrs Go-hen, flutter, Servantsand a good Blacksmith. Any person wiihing Stewart received sktv-twn (3!.) and Horace Vaughn the public lu t \.,immA t.-vv galicns of that) rs .!d'rfnrii
*
to buy, will hate t!>servants delivrred at their received volrs
You is, 'rI')1 ro. met! you asM>on as we could, and promised to .1 barrels old M mon 'balia WJiisLer, tidy-four (51)) rand> >rl unsold. t
homes. E. G. PONDER.Novi In testimony hereof, we have hereunto
From the ;give yon ample! caliifaciion; from that diy: we 10 Rectified mber 17, 1 ISlO.v -r>5 41 otTcial icnalurcs, this twentv-Qtb dav ol October cur, Septerrbt-r, IS-5'J. 3S I ISI1
jL'mrJtttun Cow icr..i 10 s.ic' < Green Havana CofTi-e, -
have rested. We have killed of
not one our A. D. l3ll)- NEW GOODS.
SOUTH F.RN CONVENTJO.V.Il L'-af and Crushed SU.MIS, For Sale or Exchange C. \.'. DOWNING '
people and have ought three others to U Secretary lte.WM.
di. TrERSEYS. Linfrjs. ri.ins
2 libd! !* Brown Osnahur*, F.IanLei.
is truly a subject of raluUu"on, that our killed by yon, and we will bring the flfh.: -. Dried ApitU" \Vine *ic-, ir. 171 YE Mules and a Wagon, Roller and Saw Gin, U 11AYWARD. State Treasurer. 1. ar1d RIeecl..4

youii2o t sister MisfcipMppi, t-hould have taken There ha: been much I trouble! and grie!; but All of which will be sold at the l"we-t price- by i. (lor sale or exchange for a pair of!" good Horace Xivetnbrr 3, IS 19. 43 St Shirting and Sdceiinuy, Tanry Ct'. uner*. Irish Lincr .' V

the inttiatiic in this all-impotiant! measure GEO. II. UESTWICK. ami a I two I Horse Wagon. ,Alpsca' ,Hi> .; %,aor1toI! Satinets and fweds.
have dune and here .
we justice, we .came con.fident N..mnber 10. lsl J. 4t JOHN P. DUYAL. Select School for Young Ladiez.St Ju.-Mtccivwl, and
n meamievc SII1C'VCI believef November 17,1 tl9. 45 ;u'ty openirsr, per schr. Vir-ccut
) present that would be satisfied. Nowwhen
\ou : from Netr York, anti for sale bv"
SILECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
security to the S uth.; and ultinuie lurmony yr n aii k u? (10 remove, I f..ej as though: Dissolution oi Co-partnership. ifcticc.THE 1 will be opened in Qnincy on the first LADIES.Monday September 20. IS-19. 33 S. F. EURNEY. .

and proKpeiny to the Union.; We have ever, yon had killed me, loo. I will not go, nor rPlin co-pirlncrship lieretolore existinz betwe.-n creditor and pfr on* entitled I" distribution in January next, by Mrs. CAROLINE LEC PIIEI.P!*,

along with the patii. :ic CIIKVM favored the 1 the estate ol Ed.vurd Hill!! Wildi-r, lj'' ot assisted by Miss KLECTA LEE HUBBRD. Potatoes
> will our people. I want no time to think or the suiKcribcrs. under I the style of WILSON ... The Gnions,-&c.

concerted action ol tire South, on all mutters talk about, for my mind; is made As for VANVYCIv, is thi day dis-solved by mutual con Gail>Jtii County, (deceased are hereby .tifietl that school will be under the diieclion and supervision of 1 fnAiiRELSlri h Potatoes"tvy "
up. barred it
theirclaims will be n'-t presented within
the Mibscriber. who will give instruction in the Lau-
of business of the firm will bi settled
common sent. The by I crate Onion V
ci.nceinor common, ; grievance I to the delegation [alluding to a deletion the oi this notice. V ,*
two teats alter pnhlication
the proposed e.thcrol the 1te! iiartucis. ;'i>>res and the higher btanchpj of the English. In 1U( sacks Just received
South. Liverpool Salt. and
When wlr Slate inflamed: intoangry to be composed of members of the tribe JOHN T. J. WILSON, JOHN M. W. DAVIDSON, Adm'r. oidr lh.it lJioionph; instruction may be giten in all sale l by S. F EURNEY.ffr *
and intemperate excitement ihe Q-iinrv. N..v Tn!>rr .1. 1 1St 10. 4H the >nches of study pursued io the School lint'iltd
on hcjetofqre; emigrated lo Aikatmvind brought C. C. VAN WYCK. >r. a Snt.mri>r 2?, IS 19. V i

Tariff question, hurried her>..elf into the un. to Floiida; di induce their friends lo follow Talhhn se. November! 17. Ib43. 45 SI Notice. number of scholars only will be admitted ; as ,*t
wise it U Ih'- great object in lht establishment of the
an.l inefficient
scheme ofnulification, we them,] I did not invite them to com and see montl's' atler date, I will apply fo the lion. School t.-i elevate the standard of female ed.ic-tion, For Sale.
Pain Killer. SIX
counselled and warmly! ndrocatrd a Southern me. Sonic Seminoles! W'flt I Jo Arkansas many: if Probate fr tie County cl JelTt-rson for and s-.itisly the jest' expectation of those whornovP rpHE HOUSE AND LOT former rrcn.

COLIv( 3;I ion. miJi-nhi't iiim conviction I that I the ). We wore then sorry to |use AFRESH 4I,1)l l.v: "f Perry !).nis'' Pain' Killer,just letters it| di'rr.ission as administrator cf AndtrsonSnetd troni7.e it, by the progress the sMi.lenfs a'.all uj-ik JL pied I'V JuJje; Eroome. known "si the

lflr assemblage) ; of Mirh H bod v'would lune suf. years Ogo that and. ibr sah ly late of said County, dci>ad, in all th: branches of a sound and !liberal -dtn-ation. Austin ;tripertya vt ij desirable i1d..rfi. V
them : lint'i* have got over sorrow long \VUITC & CO .\ WILLIAM SNEED.
tics'd I to r'.dn" (h" jcnlj.Novcrab.rI7 JOSHUA .i1JELPS, For terms, ic ajly to B. C. LCWJS
> v/rong ol which the S-mlh since, and now they! ate uo'hing tons, itti.l: 'blO. lj JeT'twa County, October 2), !IS43 41 Cm Quincy, October 27", 1543. 42 4| Sitt 15, 1510 C*

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DEMILLY CAUTION KXTttA.
flLOC KLIN'S RESTING PLACL LAFAYETTE BURR MILL STONEMAJfUFACTURLNV MRS.
; cat bvrrti crncnt. COMPANY A KMB ty tic aam. of Cf.1PP bi, r'r f*
'I wh bia worth, tiii lou was men ata of tb. n m. of 9. F Tvwiwad. ad as bit .. >

w. c&.ot Urt too well, or grieve too much.' Middle Circuit of Florida. OLTON'S OClLSmC,*ITC ST.SAVANNAH. TOOT OVZtZT ;;; ; 'p 1 8*mp rkis: wVeh se j e'Jl Cr.TtwgfdMfi Ramp,

GEO. 4nomlnCn( It OCXCLYC.Of atL ste. 1U TOWHMo
b In the comer of the burying ground beb't Leon County Circuit Court.-In Chancery. doctor and meT WA?: tot iru rnterlT I worktr onranduala4

t : known at Christ* Churchward, Philadelphia, ANNA MARIA. TBADEWLLLv*. JAME D.TBADK- 1) E3PECTFULLT TENDERS her thank* to her me Uk>>. Yet b' tratne :h s t Cs ot D-

: ipou tba rrmalni of the philosopher Franklin. WELL, Adimuitrator of William Tradewell.TT *rT :: XV friend and the public generally for the liberal th.pnggel.rCvhkib.ts.M. This Mb
she has received formerly, and fcra continuance boa tin fikUi a.t X lo bred and purchas ions 5gxut..yj
.1.I:: Oa entering the yard from Arch.sireet at. appearing to the Court on the affidavit of com patronage
iht for : OXIOJXJIL. OLD Dr.
JL pUintnt'i Solicitor thet t the defendant in the t of the ame.she can confide-illy saj Jacob TOWS'$ ?
r : lent ion will unatoidaWjr be directed to hi*' abovesttttd cane dnes not roJde in Florida, but in t tt the coming season unusually strict attention will be .infla. bai.$ en U 0>. OU IV*. 1k.ee... h;. Aii3y ci

;4 humble tomb bjr a well trodden pnih which the StaUof Stiutb Carolina: It it Ordered, That the given to her D'uine Her table shall not be urpasjed tfa% *>d bis tismtnr* *rr,yi ih cit of nrm*.
from the of Ibis place. Hunters will be continually I'r.ip4t Oft I, lot.V.,.*,.rt..A**. Trri Q
lead the marble ilab
gate to which ,3\4\ defendant tpptar md answer the complainant'* by any
bill brtor the first of Decemherne.itotl -'Z- t employed during the winter for the wild .
: bears the timple inscription. which will ai $ RI1 11UI on or day 7
strike the beholder erwioe the am* may belik.u l fro eonfeto. And itisfmrther j *ma of tbs forest and for the feathered fowl) ol the
1. once with wonder viz
: Ordered, That this notice be published in l Lie*.
: : Benjamin and Deborah Franklin." Will.. : Ip Ir:: someneuipapcr printed in the XiiMJe Circuit of Lj.THaP U. 'LttI Her rates chargea for board and board and lodging :Z14'p

1: wonder, I av, because we are accustomed to Florida for four. month* M prevtibcdbvlaw. per day, week, month or year, shall be alitfcclory -

.4 the t-toiir the of THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. t to her patrons.A .
j ecc n coveiinjj tenements great :..: .- i
,;._. men insciiWdith; eulogiurnns ; but the one iiv : July ltlilM9. : :Z: stable, with a good esther, is attached. .
A true eopy. Attest : D. McRAFNY, Cleric. September, 1S 19. 33 Cm ; \
'j., we are now beholding has nothing but the July 21,1>49 -23 Dv J. B. KBL. I). C. ? t :i __ -

words above quoted, and (be year in which tt.rat 'a, For New York. J

l placed there. =_ State et Florida.--Monroe County. t.r1rjt t.-: t *
% ; a-
_! And this it the grave of a mn who might Smith Mow ry, ) 'I : ri

; once been seen, a runaway boy, in the street* r*. [ BILL IN CHANCERY. ,

:4 of Philadelphia, seak employment as a printer Joseph Lavtton. ) : _

-C, .'' p. ; and again, as editor and proprietor of! GAY'S IT ippMrincto meliv affidavit that Joseph Lawton, Ik' I.' :: mIIF. REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS betweenJ.
delfndsnt in the bill file in the alxne cause
reside -
the United States Gazett long .. New York acid Sft Marks and Newport, vrill j
so ably conducted
EXTRACT OF C.lNCHALAGIU out cl the Slate of Florida, rtid in Europe' :
4 running at fh. cf the fall trade,
: Mr. Chandler. commence opening
.I by Once trying expera Itii Ordered, That Mid defendant appear and an- : j ;
and continue throughout the entire tiz
'p A CALIFORNIA I'IAT OF IAI11CI)1CAb the laid bill within the time law jcar : ;
iments with a simple kite ener prescribed by ,
paper ; agiinlonithing WARCALLA Jo- Master JACOB TOWNSEND
"lyn
Brig OLD 1H5.)
.. the world with the discoveries made VIUTUCS. otherwise it ss1I! ht taken pro confe-io. It in further OC1LLA Trim do. ,
Ordered That of this order be THEORJGI.V.. ol.Eazn: orTflr.
1 through its instrumentality. Once in New A CERTAIN PREVENTIVE AND CURE FOR a copy published \\7"ILL keep on hand and for sale BURR STONES 4, LUCY, Hosmer, do.
in printed in the State of Florida
; ; England as a deceived journeyman printer ; Feeer and .f w. Coniumptitn, C.sqss, Coldi, once a some month newspaper foi nine months. I from 13 inches lo 7 fret, and we judze it utf SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (new,) I Genuine Townsead SarCM parfl1aUi.

Influmcy. Asthma. Bronchitit, Serojula, Gout, JOS. R LANCASTER dent recommendation to say 1000 set of these WACISSA, Perry, do. (new.) I. Towniend l I. now .V>nt TO TC*r. oz? awl P.,. ,
.. : again, as minister from an independent re. Mctimatttm. *\twalgia, Ei fiiptlai, Lumbago, ; stones have been sold in the States of Georgia, Alibamn. Theae Brig* are built in the mot substantial manner yien known a. 1'ie JtCTIIOK.. and l>lSCnrtKS i* ihvpr.vc7.vB
Key IVest,March 2S. A. D. 1)49.1 ) JudgeSo.Cir.Fa.Tuos. ( ."=. *"
.i public. Once in his workshop as a laboring Jaundice Conticenea North and South Carolina, and Virgin! giving ti.N and commanded : OKiat.Y.jL 7orr.vsrys.if -
: J'uralyiis, Plcuiisy, Jyiprpvia, F. KINO, Sol. for Couii.A *, expressly for trade, are by t /_f." Beinfpoiir. he compiled V limit Iu nv.....
.H ; mechanic ; again, in the halls of !legislation, Piles, Dynrntciji, .Ls.opt.y, Liftr Cornpldintt true from the minute| : the most perfect satisfaction for bath Corn and L cireful! and experienced Captains. Freight and pasJ J trhich melon it ba, b.eit kept not of nr.i. and ihiinienbed .i.;.. .

: advocating the cause of freedom, and urging flillions Complaints, .Yurous.JJfertioin, copy W. C. MALO.VEY.Clrik. Wheat. << igc at the lowest rates. Azenls ;I ICOE to iho a only who hul prose., iu .ortb. s,4

I. r; an oppressed people to rise and di ire the Bri. Cutaneous Minorrfert, t'tetr' in General, Hemcrfiagei April H. 15 ly? R. I,. Hicm, D. C. September 29, 1S49. "8 3m ANDERSON & CO.. I those U valtte.pervMM It wb hod, h.id reached Iweti the heite4!ear of nf sure ni-iir.tln..nevtmhetas..e,. *a4 u
Obstruction, flmrt, laJigeilion. De- 10 Bearer street, New York. I from death, pruclnlnwd n eTrPltet'| r nnd wonderful
: tiih lion from our forests. Yes, he was one of psored and Dtfectite .Ifpetites, and all ditearej Notice.r1.jlF. For Sale, JOHN DENHAM! HEALING POWER.

-: those who signed away their lives, fortunes, and originating inCOiitIi.atioIi A LIKELY NEGRO MAN about 25 Newport. Kaovritif. m1.7 pr* .ge. shut b hd. by hl $hH. < _
..I creditors and person entitled to distribution cars of age, and riperxnce, ,kvrd no article which mtuti fce of iieIr.
'. honors, if necessary, for the welfare of their of the Bowels, or J. in the c-tate t of Daniel Ma hburn.ldU ol Gads* .ii. a tolerable good carpenter, byS. Newport, Aacuot IQ, 1S43. 4 latilc nd,anl re to mtnk.nj when the ninot would be (,*-

:. fellovv.citizens. Hut all this could not save IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. den Counts deceased, are hereby notified that their S. KNIGHT. inched to bnnj It into ufltP'I! l notice when iu laetniMibUfirt'ies
u'i Tl
Florida Land Sales. would be known appreciated. is t.ra* bo
c a*
: him the hand of death. Though the philoso. claims will be barred, if not within September 2Z IS 10. 37 d ihi*
It gi!.cstone and vigor to the rtipfsti e orjan; #, presented two the mean Ar s ;?j'li ;
': pber and the statesman must lie low as the and i remarkable lor ilt.-lniinaling, \earsofter the publication of thinotice.R 1 I71LL *be offered at Auction numerous tracts of r GR.5.VI) .s.v'J.V L.vIQ tI1.LEP PRrP.fR.qT.Y
tititngthining,
E.: GIBSON Notice. 1 V valuable! Land, at the places and times fulj j rnnnnf-ittured: on the Itrjfit icale; ,and it eIled f'>r thr.ub-
e.l less favored, yet the circumstances connected and ttestoraliec Pmprrtits.PublirU lowinjf viz jut tbe isntti l and !brcnii-.h uf the land etpeeiai; M it U fo &4bicxpableof
admitted by Dr.) Townsend, Manufacturer Administrator ilt bonEs non.Qiinrv 9 BARRELS fresh Thomaston Lime, : j OFzeneralinn or det.n .mt-i>n.
with the lives of those "
whose motto was non of Towrifend's SjmparilU," to be NnvrmKrr IsJQ. Jn .-.*- ..,.d Kftilurk> Backing, At Pensicola on the 4th December next. Unlike yonnj S. P 1 ioni.nd*s.it im|>mT wUb afc. t4
-c tibi ted Milton Santa Ro.a the Clh i ehsinzes.bin for tkr ncttar:b eri.n.e it is ,
pa/irur/ possesses charms which nil (; Ra/itin, County, on Dec'r. lAYer prepnredi ww--
Far Better than unny lifc ynrtflti by a tnextife man. The highcit k owldn? ,*
Notice. "
Sarsaparilla. F.ach.eannaalton !
: Co., on the 10th
can and all love to cherish. UV Salt, Sec.,
appreciate Hemp Rope CVintsirv. and the lutes: divoreriet of th. art. have all;j juough. to*
read his name on the marble slab-ponder 'ff In rroboration of the above, read the annexed 'n HE creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to For sale by McNAUGHT fc ORMOND. Roach's Bluff, Waihington County, on the nu> reqnhit.on in he inannf
communications, asronrlusiu -L distribution in (he c-tate of Robert H. M. Davidson Newport. Sept. S, ISlfK 35 13lh December. j SaMiptr.lla. TbeSKMnpHniU itn well know lo mcdlea!
<* over his virtue and mourn his loss, as out At Marianns, JacVon County, on the 15th Deer. I lien contain* iiasy me<1iC>ntl proven. and ,>ra, proper*
.. Testimony and Proof Poiithe. late of GaiUJen County, deceased, are hereby I rrbich are inert IT niel.,u. and other n bieh if rrta>nr4 m pr -
I dear friend. \Ve Maud around his grave, notified tint their claims will be barred, if not presented Confectionery and Bakery. Lofl' ithihl;. Lalhoun Co., on the I7th j parm; it f<>r o't*. tr.)4ur.frr.e.ItI1ID* aoit aetd wbwa I Is is.

i. and think ho*' many have gazed with reverence FROM THE CRAEFr.Mlk'KU COHPA>'V. within two years after the publication of this KINDON would infonn his friends and 1 Q'lincy, G rll->n County, on the 19fh i jurlons tn the sytarn arie >>f the .propcrtin of anaannll
ire Sir:-Y u are aare that, a* I of the n.tire. JOHN M. W. HENRY : Tallain ee, Leon County, on the 2Qd i
originator DAVIDSON)
upon that st(>ne, and our eves become ( generally, that he has on hand, and If they :tJe n-it prwrv.'l b; a tcitntijic *TM>M.
fixed it though! it endear Graeftnltrif Company, I niu t have liad mv stlt-a Q'lincy, November 3, Is t9. 43v F.cutnr. is constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kinds, a' Monticclio, JeiTers' Co., on the 27th knows only ut thi'te rTprrrned in it*omanStctme. Mra. er.Ifceie .
.- 4 upon as pmsetsed an lion c-illtd to the numtiou. Wt-dicin pr'-.rtcd to such 4' M. diaon Court Hou;f, on Ih? 29th volatileyrirtci ti. whien fly n?;ji vapor,vr a* an eihaiatioa. -
ing charm. We look back his life and is : Hamilton under heat are the very ti'tntut mtJttaf frfftrttttf Ike
.' the Notice. Japer, County, on the 1st Jauv.
upon public patronage. I have vratchedht\ much ''
P EPP F.R MI NT, LEMON D RO P?, von t. whirlt eire b, it r t. v lti.e.
.. % deeds, and when wo remember that a nation, inteieft the introduction of the Canehalagitfi into rr*>IE creditor and persons entitled todktrih'ition CINNAMON, LE.VON CANDY, '4 Alligator, Columbia Co., on the Sd Any p.rsnnein Boilorsarvk! thr i mot till they rt a Auk eoInrH

IIV; wept when Franklin died we cannot refrain this, country \ourself; and am free to say that no j. in the estate of E.hvard Hill Wilder, late cf WINTERGREEN, DAKLCY CANDY, TERMS :-One fourth parable at she time of sale, liqaid from HUT which thine Is mire el**: f irv't', ih c n e then'I l "in suit* itwiier,. tntts.idor m s tae root KM*

; from dropping a tear over hi* last abode. Medicine tands so de>ei\edly high as jour extract Gad>dn County, deceased, are hereby notified that HOARHOUND ; and the balanc in three \ual annual instalments I j itq't'& q4.-:rr> win lour rn.t: i i>-. ii e.It "iAt-'iiisd-
No its head of tht invaluable plant. In tnyoienfami'y I hare their claims will b? batted), il not presented within And various others, among them several that are j t Persons tk'sirotn toknowwhnt pirticular tracts ', f>AKARlU.4, EXTRACT cr SYRCF." But suet, ii DMIM
.: towering monument rears above seen its exlraordinarv eflicacv, in the cure of i to be sold will lie furnished with hand-bill. i artirl* l"own as it-r)
a confirmed two fears alter the publication of this notice. useful for colds coughand, i? prepared tomanulacture are on GENUINE OLD
I. the clouds where the firht beams of the case of Bronchitis. For all complaints \\hicli JOHN : i.v.. DAVIDSON, Adm'r. any, and all kinds that ma} be ordered, both j| application to the Post Ma-trrs af the above named, DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSARSAPAIIILLA..

,. riving sun will gild his nsmn ; but that re<]'ire; the prompt and thnroijg: purification of the Q'lincy. N'-veinhcrrj. 1<5lft. 43 Ste wholesale and retail. I IHe 1 phre or to the subscriber at Talahaseeby! letter Tir Is 'n preprrvd. tnnt all tae inert properties mi f the atsapctiia

name is inscribed in characters not ea*ily to blood, I deem youi CanchaloKiiafar, my far titfieriiir is aNn prepared to carry on Raking in all it 5 A I postage paid. r'N.i .r. iini r iin>ve-L e,erv :piIf, caimb'enrbawxiu'g
lo any and all the fiuisapanllus of the Notice. JOHN BEARD Re2ster :td or of fernentatinn.' U extracted and r. d. then
be erased day,, branches from the plain Loaf of Biend, tohemot! .Kt : every
on every liberty-loving heart, and and with them all Jam !! pIricte of nifilie, virtue n vcurrd, in a (m-o itnd e nce9'niit4
I ice acquainted SIX months after date, I will apply to the Hon. exquisite CoAts and Pies. Tallies and the public of Public Lar.di for the State r-f Florida. fonn ; and lhu it i I'rrnf iu vat Jaabi -
to long as philosophy continue* to be a science, J. T. MARSHALL.KKOM .it Probatr for the County' of" JtrfTrsion for can ah\a\sbeaccrminodatfd by :ving timely notice Tallahassee, Aug. IS, IS 1?. 32-3is and heming piopertie*. Prf paxeii .* ths way, u:a uauia tot
____
benerolence a virtue, and liberty the watchword letters ol disnr.isto tte

of the American people, will his memory AX EXIXKNT LAWYKIt IN NOKTHAMPTON, Snted, late of sid County, d >cea ed. OPT .',ite the Auction Loom of Ii. II. Btrry, Esq., j\ once a week for three months, and send their ac- liestt Cure the Ttai of n whv iiixiuinerablc as hear ourn-oI.iinn.disease ns ilie

be,cherished and bin name be honored.LJaptUt .- M.tSS.CilCLT 1 WILLIAM SNEED. TahlahacseeDc. 1C, 1-vlS. 22 !i counts to the Register :" lo iu fivnr by nie.i. women nnd chidr, We ficd titrf it d>ns(
RtforiUr. NOKTHMPIOV, Fb 7, 1S49. Jefferson County, October 2U, 1S49. 416rr.. The papers in Per.jacn'.a, Marianna and Apalachicola wonde's m i*>*cure of

Dear Sir-I have lonzisttil i ; ) to see vcu.that I Fresh Groceries. ; the Savannah Georgian and ;th Republican ;;; co.\PtJtlXT.$rMPTiv.Y.*nd in PHF.t'X.ITKM.r> rsrr.pi.i. ar.it SCR' I.IYF.R.fVI 1. PILL cax-

.' might give you an accurate accoui.t ol the rcinarka-: Notice. T I'ST receiving from New York and New Orleans Charlestrn Courier and Mercury ; Mobile Re2'ter! COSTtyrjSF.SS.: ail CCT.iA'KUCS: F.HCPT1C.V3: P1*

- A yLVf ORLEANS RROKCK SOLD..VOTBADLY. bic cure of my only dauz'itrr of a violent cace ol months after date, the undersigned. eecutoiI ,, a full and choice crtmeiit r.f Gr< ceries. c<5n-I', I and the Advertiser ; Colurnbns Times, Ga., and the PLKS BJ.OCTH-1 IMPURITY. nnd .''i nffi-rt..,,. ,rne rora

- .. scrofula. Slit is i now abi o-.t tliriocus. ; ol age. In SIX I the la-i will and testament.. of Lewis S.iuneltr'.deceasrd
: other fortunate I-Vbruar* l h4t f, puirid so os upn the lip!, (ace, and late of Leon county, will present hU M.ickeral No. 1 and 2, Candles, Soap, Flour, Coffee, i -- ,. fn,,,, .1'1't ef ihf Sonack. d'.m nncqi.a. eircnlt.oo. *-
Among adventurers to the pii'.ds, inidf their appearance, and iocead wilh final account4, aiid vouchee to the Hon. Judge ol I LardTobacco, Tea, Almond?, Candies, New Orlea'is Extensive Sale of Land and Slaves. dtrmivti.n of hnK>d tn the hend. :.nl;,iWaoo nfttit hci-t.
gold diggings tvho have lately, retuined fiom t irifhtful lapidily; one of her eie co Leon Probate Co'irt. arid aVf to be di..charzd. Sugar, &c.-which I offer low frr cash. virtue of a decree of the Honorable Court cf i nnt its (in Coldt ai.it ..
BY eqtinl r.gss i.,6
; pr iiH>u e fV expectorntmn -
California well laden with a portion of the inexbaiifttable badly ulct-ratcd, that !to all appearance it could nevirte.n LEWIS SAUNDERS, Executor.Julv2t. : Store removed next door to John W. \rgjl 's. Chancery for Madison County,Jite! <;f Flonila,, | and rrnt':. prrt.nritiua. re.axin; i trie lire i>f LI
', wealth of that ui'idern \ he rektuied. Th's f r.tir.iu-d for i Opliir .
w t the child being a must hr.rrible >.i.hiiind the' heaiU ISJ9. 23 the town of Madison, on Tiusday lh first day off I Btit in rntb>n<; i, it< exc l>ne9 awe tnnnire tiy seen and aclaovriedzed
there came by'he Falcon, on her liuttrip, un I ol her) almo ian In all!1 k rd* and 'uitef
(parents C broken. iJ'iniijj) the \\hole of Notice.SIX January next, that lance and valuable plantation FEMALE COMPL.INTS.It .

old man who not many months ngo went from I this peril-due used \KSAPAHlLLA{ IN LARGE month afUr date the undersigned, adminis GEO. H. BESTWICK, lately occupied by Col S. II. Butler, di-rea-nl. containing oorks condemn
..; seine western State ; an!, being a ktout, vig. j QUANTITIES, but the dnea ai not aire t..d in del>onifnon of Ihe estate of Samuel about three thousand acres of first rate Land. \ U tfirwtk. OltirucHd. 3kfprt.fi. cr Panful ,V'.iet. /rrifmtr
the leaM. While, the di Wholesale & Retail & Provision Denier ol the ti'nstro1 roM,, irj fie ikv and eBtecnutIB
still its Grocery sty | is iu
;
ea evai at
height. This i is situated
old fellow Thens late ol Leon plantation about ten mile Ea-t of
drcejfed
orous succeeded in a short time in County, will present : 1 eurinc nil tie forms of Kainiy Ths.i.e-
.. : kagging about S 10,000 worth of dust. On I happened) one day to call t the store of your \erjentlemaiih hi" accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Court of Probate TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.T'EEPS 1 the OcilIa River, H remarkably healthy, h- good j By removing ubirmet,. .-nJ I'jfti.irip; the general fysUni. -
airent. in this place and relating the for Leon tYunly, arid a-k fur j final seith-nit'iit constantly on band and for sale at the wells of water, a handsome Dwelling lIoje and j jqro.inU it nve tore ncd sL-enn tu lie whole body, and linacnrc
landing in our city, he was cautioned to be I manner in which our child was atHicted, he advised all drms of
on and disc bis IV crnamenteJ with Orange, Pat
said administration.M.MEUN F'gand;
lurgtfrora lowest ca'h h price*, for ca4b, all the article* i in | iS"cr < diseases
I > o i ami debility,
hit me to tna'rfe a dial ot ranrhalapia.) I
guard against broker, nnd other people ; jour took but THEUS- this line ot.bu npe s. Flours of best qualitiesSuirar, granite trees, anJ an extensive ine\ard. The outhouses and thus) prevenu or relieves,, n jren r.,r..tv f cth.ras iei
who might speculate upon his pile. Let I red one ti"tlle. having no ronSder.ce in it, but coinmen- Mayl9.1ct'2)I Coflee, Tca Bacon Hams! SnipCandles, Nuts, Raisins are numerous and in thorough repair. Tr.ete i Sfinai irritation, .''n'itfic, St. ftint' L>ati.Ffrifttc .Sicvia3
I piviti it according ,
tu direction
your stopping are about one thousand acres of clean land the I Fitt. CsmIs'ws. ir.
alone the Lard, Whiskey, and all other articles on
mo replied oil> Icllow : these all oilier inf-diciues usually It ele-inses the blond. eicit. th.
I at once, and in jo't t five days the the whole under ; tivi>rir henjthr *rlon. Vmf
.; New Orleans shavers be -crpard Notice. iDuml -tmildr etablisimeitts.} ,, All persons wanting tract, good fencing. The planta- J, tae f tonincb. and give CMM! d7.4"on: rri.evex tho b.w.'? (4or.or
sanr', I welling vUidly < the ulcer began lo lieal.
tiny puity tion commands extensive and
lo purchase of the nbtive article an unsrrpa.ed! ran e $ nod con.mipiti..n. * :: but when! they try to do me, I reckon they'll and she improved rapidly for (tin ee weeks, and to our S"IX noiith, after titte the undtr iznrd, one of flu invittd any to call and them before, are resipctt'ully for Cattle and Hog'', and incapable cf being easily !: > the circulation *f tb* b'nod pttcucing z.nte warmth
very great j-iy was appjtently curd-loss than two administrators ol ll.ecslateof Willijm S Theiis, price buy divided into three smaller I .qwtUy all ovrr tb* body, unit the iinnt.e }*r ;>ir soon find laie the or mo;e tracts Terms
they got wrong sow bycar. botilei hax ing been d-c-d. Naming thisca< late ol Leon cousty.d ceased, will present. Ms accounts ing el-e'\ here. ; laxes all strirture tad tifItnm. rraime* all nbvin.ct'fai. and
." Thus self-confident the od! >eto iOr.ci Store formerly occupied by L. &. II. Grrenberg credits of one and two years, notes to be well e- | lnvi?>irate' tbe enl.re nrrvnns .ytein. Is nnt th-s the*
gentleman i c of t our in'.ri-doli'H! frieinis, they seemed lo think that and vouchers to the Hon. Court of Probate f
: finding it to hi dust 1 tt! Leon County and a-k for a final settlement and discharge & IV, comer of Monroe and Jefferson streets. cured. j The medicine you pre- 5jiantly need I
necessary di-poM- gold tie cure nhut t have been elfrcted br the of the
ue Mtt t-?, 1 IS4I. 11 At the wine tim and place, the subscriber will Cut can any"1 the ihm-i be s',iil of.>. P. Town end's m.V-
started out in pursuit of a broker, with the fierce I SARSAPARILLA, and it was not easy, under the from his caid adiiiiitratir-, _ _ offer for sale SIXTY LIKELY SLAVES consisting nor art.el*' Thi yonn; m.n'. (mud i JM-I ti he

determination! to head one of (hat; shrewd I t rircuur-tancts! to argue against that opinion : BUT SIMEON THF.U5. Fresh Groceries. of valuable field hands and house servants. Terms, I COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S.
NOW FOR THE May 10, IS-JP. 20 j bermi'* of one OR.AND FACT, that
i PROOF When the child I tae one is 1.NC.4PABLXcf
appearfd creditof twelve months, notes to be well secured,
fraternity. Ho had not gone far before he 9C BARRELS GENNLSEE FLOUR, I j DETERIORATION. an4
t to be perfectly cured, we stopped ping her your fttJl5d' dj The titles to the whcle of the above property ate I NEVER SPOILS
found a shop, with an inviting display of gold l i estract, supposing; all wa< safe; but in lvenylvehs : $ Notice. ( do) St. Louis do3D da indisputable. i while the other Dflk-I: :
coins and btnk notes glittering and flaUeriiu < the sains: eruption, running at the \\e, and SIX months after date, the underpinned will apply i 10 ke fioslien Butter R. G. MAYS, I j .tlti cnnu.ninz it Into franien, : the soar acid hqaui ftplv
int'aij windows. In popped the ivllm; began to return. We wailed fit c dajato ._: the Hon. Jud t* of Probale tnT Leon Ccunty: s Commissioner and Receivtr. Sinn and diniaein, ; other (ootis Must not this hornble rot*
happy )
hr
owner
C'J boxes do Cheese, pound poisonous to the sy.m7-I1ae teti ttyit'm
ofiht i see it it would amount lo any thinqr serious. It in- for letters of dioiniion from the Estate of Arthur r October 27, 1S49. 42 ts already diitaicd xith acid U'hat fut nu bat
) aureate treasure with an air of great U) sacks Java, Lnzuira, and Rio CcCVc, canoes By i>epJla
I croased rapidly a holore. We again commenced Burner, sen. deceased. .' *.* The Florida Sentinel, Macon Telegraph. Savannah acid 1 Do we not all know that wbrn food ,soar In nor it wacbc.
boxes Loaf
eclf.p meision and impcrturability. ** Stran jiving her >our tnediriro and in five days, (t he sate JOHN S. HART, LVr. Sugar, Republican, Charleston Courier, and J. cksonvillc : what nn>thi.f it produces ? flktuence. bearttiorn palpttation -
10 bb's. Cru-hed and Powdered do. of the heart, iv; r
cnipnt.
gerhe inquired ol'tho short built, non chala.nt period of time as before,) siie began to grow better, Septembers, IS 19. 3i Gin will t- dmrrboi. dy'aiery. tittie.
10, do No. 1 and 2 Mackerel Republican, publish once a week lor and corruption of the blood? U'ha: is crofuli ba: a. aclihnmor
,. and'! inal> ut two weeks was well a- ain. From that in the h.Mfr I Wtai ,, ,
broker of the cunning grey eye, *'d<> you eiiht; weeks, and forward bills to this OTce.: | riuliri alt> th hnm..rbring *hLC
% V day lo this, the chiLl has been ;perlccily\\. Notice. t5Ifl do ito do on Krnption* of the ?kB; .csd: lend. Salt Rheum. EryipelaJ. -
buy gold dust 7" A little, waf the deliberate My father, lre*. and all nlcentioas Intern
reply. How do you offer ?P' The broker a PHYSICIAN, came to t.p us with the intention, SIX Months after date, I shall apply to the Judge 20 boxes smoked Herrings, Tax Collector's Sale. *) and extfrn.ti It is nothirj tiBrfcr henreo. bat ao acid
smb.tirce. which ,
oj ) soar* and thn sp>nls ail Inc fluids of tie
Leon
Probates of
gave a favorable response and the j prescribing; for her but as we were using your mediane County for a final settlement 1 biskels fresh Olive Oil, BY virtue of the authority vested in mi' by law, 1 body more or ie>'. VVbil CAUW* Raennidatin bat a sour o*
ol my accouftt as administrator of I flit' Estates 10 boxes Sperm Candles, ar.rt.; fluid which; ,tniniMte itif between and
with success, ai'd the child improving have levied and will for sale, before rh.jonti si&
Olifornian closed for rapidly. upon expose
n bargain a small a. ot JeseTownsend and Daniel Townsend where, irntntin and iai ,
deceased, 10 do Star Candles, : r>tin* the ee'icate! tisnue op M w5.Cit *
| he did! not condemn it but left his the Court HOUSP door in the of Madi
Counry
own prescription -on. T Si
acts f die.ses. "I
<> oervou nf of the blond.
I mount of his dust. When* the affair was con. and for a final di..cttarge Irom the admiriisiiation; of 5 barrels Butler Crackers, imparity
to be u .cd in case your Extract failt-d. We had nooccasion on the first Monday in February next, the follow-in? deranged ciictuiiton*,and nearly all ta* ailmenu wbicb. aiDi*'
eluded, the dust weighed and the gold coins for Ihete w>tates. All persons inl it, and 1 am ure he <% ill now recommend or s<> thereof as will satisfy
: which the broker gave in exchange fir the your medicine in similar can.'. lice accordingly. 40 boxes No I Soap. the taxes due thereon for the year lS49to wit : to Now tu. this U U not Horrible to mike and .sell and tajlmtajr territ

dust had been counted out the Californi.in Your olrJient servant, BENJAMIN MANNING, Adm'r.James hitcon, Hyson Skin and Gunpowder Ttas, The S E .J. Sec IS, the E J/S W 4. Sec 1?, and the ZOLi.. G, FE11MENTING. ACID "COMPOUND*
HORACE J. HODGES.R. }- T. Archer Eaq, is i my Agent to attend M< la
: whispered into the ear of \vide-a\vnkc to all matters connected with the administration of Alb.niy Ale, St. Croix Ruin, longing to Sylvester Hinton. and >eth< Troud; f.un hay, it nrdentund that Old Dr. .l'.c

: broker" I say, Granger, what will you give these estates B. M. New England do American Gin, JOHN H. PATTERSON Towntend'* (?mnta Or,final SirtafariX is an rTATlO.11.!
FROM II. WI>SLOW, DANKERW.tLLST.c. V. or hs Infer.or '
;
2S 1SJ9. 'm 10 bnirels Cumberland prrp nioi
July 29
me ill I carry you where can get 830,000 Whiskey, Tax Ass'r. and Col. for Madison Countv. Heaven ibrnid tknt
you New York, Sept. 14, ISIS. 5 M be3t Cigars. we snou'J deal In an article which w.aJ!
s dust October 20, 1S4U. 41 3tn bear the ni.'.t .b'tit resemblance &' t. P. TowDSend'arie/
more on the same, terms I" 1'JI To Frederick A. Gay
Esq. :
give Sale by Master in Chancery. Just received and for sale by and which should brine d-wn apon the Old Dr.such.moustt i$
you 8100." replied the broker. !1" My Dear Sir-I cheerfully comply with jour request October 0 IS 19. 39 S. load complaint and criminations, from
.. Agreed order of the Court ot Leon S. KNIGHT. (\f\f\ YARDS GUNNY BAGGhNG Agents who have *oldL
,
Superior County
in ackriowlid with 3 and pnrchnsers who bate .
inz, others, the benefit BY used P.Towntend's Fi.EME-\TI.VB
aid U U
the U
Californian ; "let's get into a cab, which I hate derived from the use of Extract in Equity, I will! oflor at public sale. bfoie the New Fall and Winter Goods. 2,000 yards Dundee COMPOUND.U'e .
r and go up wheie it is." The broker and vfCanchalagua California Plant. your Court ilc.ue, in Tallahassee, on the first Monday in 2,000 Sea Island wish it understood, becnnse it i is the lioti traU.thiS
Its effects upon December the '"PHE UNDERSIGNED informs his customers and 100 Ibs. Bagging Twine, P. P. Townwnd's article and Old: Dr. Jacob Tow-mend's 9 rsapttrilla -
viz
next I lolloping
California :
accordingly into cab and evident and property kttten-iftdt
got a tny nvslein are gratifying, and have are end that
tfart. limtmltr
Lot No L the public K' nerally, that he has agents of experience Just received brig Suvvannee and for a'e fJiitiiy ;
in per
rode the induced to recommend 52, the north addition ul the city cf by they are unlike in every pnrticuiar, htving not single tbiaf
to Falcon. The Californian me u eio Iriendd and one
up went my ; Tallahassee, (the residence ol Jesse Alkinsmi..t\ >( ) and capacity, in the cities of New York October 6, 1S49. 39 S. F. EURNEY. la common.
:. aboard,and soon returned,bendingand blowing I am pleased to assure you that in no instance have aim lour negro slaves, viz : Harriet and her. children.]- and Boston, for the purchase of goods suited to this As S. P. Townsend I Is no doctor, and never was. U *
.
I bccn its chemi-t.
disippointed in rihcacy. I do not hesitate market and that he will! in few be receiv- Just Received no phsrrn.ceutist-knnws no m 're of medicine of dS-
under the
weight several large bags of some in my confidence in its. remarkable medicinal qualities The above sale is for partition auiong the heirs and ; a dajs, ease than any other common unscientific, unprofessional 1121.

heavy substance. The bags were placed in and to state that I believe it will be found to be distributees ol Samuel Bryan and of Leah Atkinson, injr-an'I will continue to receive.during the fall and AT LEWIS & AMES Drug Store, a fresh supply what funrtnfet, ran the public have that they ire receiIlg,
both deceased. The negroes will be sold for cash, winter, & large and well assorted stock of, AMERICAN New and Valuable gennine sC.nuttc mrdiciie. tont.Hininc all) the irtn*, of tl*
Medicines
the cab, and the two again returned to thebroker's an excellent remedy in most cases of diseases of the BRITISH. FRENCH GERMAN, ITALIAN -among which j article*urd m prf parine it and hich are incnpable nf ehinj**
..t liver vid kidrie and the lot on terms mide known on the day oi sale. are the following : which micht| render tbrm the AUENTSof Piieaeintendef
in pulmonary afflTtiono and also
office, when the dust was duly weighed Purchasers to fur tile AND INDIA GOODS, embracing, every articlesta health.
out, settled for, and the Californian was a* in the purification of the blood, &c. That your pay IJENJ papers.WHITNER, pie or fancy usually sold in this market. The facilities DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE But WM{eNe should he experted trim one whokmiwsaolll-
merit in the I In
p introduction of this invaluable plant which he now for keeping hand BITTERS, I ; comparatively nf infilieme or disefx* Iireqnirc a 4VS
on
bout to take leave of the broker, when he may be appreciated, is the sincere wish of Master in Chaocerv. possesses Designed for, and tdll cure. Dyspepsia, Liver of some eipt-nence to ciMik and prv np even a ci>miiM>n deceit

whispered into the lattcr' ear : That bun- Your* Bheenly, R 1 II.! WINSLOW. September 29, 1849. 3* lOw a cop'tant him to supply otter much of new greater and de-irable inducements goods to enables his plaint, Piles, Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred Comj j', li Hfactiire*:il. How medicine much m, drs'jioeit'rc iniporar.t[ fr U it that the[CIS-ins who liii

M dred dollars commission, my friend, whiRj you ffjPamph'c:* containing a description of Cali Notice. frifiidtand the public, both in prices and assortment, diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure WEAK STOMACHS AXP EXrEEBiKD SYSTEMS,

: promised me-please fork To be fornia, together with interesting infotmalion in relation than heretofore. These, with strict attention lo business state of blood. should now well! the m-dic l pr.prrt.e* of plants the bill
over. to the CANCHALARUA.ilsiemarkablcefficacv weeks after date, I will apply lo the Honora DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES i*nner af rcurn: ; and nrentmtin: their healing virtu' .
: SIX he hopes will receive for him liberal share ,
:. sure, was the reply of the broker, accompanied and curr-. are GIVEN AWAY at (the AGENCIES." Judge of Probate for Monroe County for letters of patronage. All orders prrmpily! a executed, and The safest, most effectual), and pleasant preparation Kino tbe human an extensite,ytenp.ktWettt*ni!h-iw to of adapt the vari rr-mrdies<.,is disease these* which diseases atTe !l
to
by a tender of the eagles. The Californian Sold by LEWIS & AMES.Agnt of acliiinistuatiou on the estate of Benjamin every effort! made to give satisfaction. The undersigned before the public, for the eradication of Woaus, in It 1 is b> arre,t trau.li uponlid untnrlunnte. fb f pur balm iautniuinJed

., bagged the coins, chuckling quietly at Tallahassee, Florida. Merger, deceased. P. J. FONTANC. \%iLl also purchase cotton nr make liberal Children or Adults. humanity, to klndv )li'v In the deipainn; busonuM
October 6. 16-19. 39 Cm Key West, August 30, lSI9. 40 Gw HULL'S COUGH I restore healtit and Mixmi.! and -..lOr .nb th. ernoheil and bro
*. the operation ; and then bidding the broker advances shipments to his friends in New Yoik.S. LOZENGES, ken and b>banish ir.fir.n.ly that OLD I'rt.\COBTO\V.NSE.MI

.. an affectionate farew 11 F. BURNEY. Will PREVENT Consumption, and CTRE all cs'es of has aOL'GII and r'Ulj.MJ the opxtruuiiy| and m.us to buSS
mingled with a little P. P. LEWIS hi*
Notice. September 15, IS 19. 30 Colds, Asthma,Spitting ol Blood, Pains in the Side, |
commiseration for his softness, went off and Shortness of Breath, and all other Grand Uiiivrrsnl Concentrated
8WISQSOJ3] D2M73&7 Pulmonary Com
months after date, I will apply to the
I. joined his companions, on the deck of an THREE HEAD QUARTERS BRIGADE IST Div. F. it!. plaints. Iteiueily
,
up. HAVING determined to change his location from Judge of Probate fnr the Ciunty of Jefferson within the reacb.and tn the km>wli>d e nf all who need ilIkaI
.,. : river steamer. He soon informed his friends Ga. to Tallahassee, Fla., \ould. for leave to sell a part of the real estate of Quincy, October 10, IS 19. -A 1.50- they in.y learn and knuw, by j .vtut einrnence.,. i ti.

bow he had done brown" a smart New Orleans respectfully tender his professional services to the Thomas Stephens, deceased General Orders, No. 2. DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, Iraii.sccndeiit Power to Heal-
citizens! of this 1 ST. The several of the2d Well known as a Safe, Certain, and Effectual Cure
broker and the surrounding He OCTAVUS II. GADSDEN Regiments Brigade will
by the commission country. Sold wholesale and
getting on for Fever and Au retail hy
will visit Montirrllo I assemble their Chills and Fever, Intermittent
on
Madison and Thomas ille Guardian of thechildren ol said Thomas respective parade grounds for
4 i the sale of his own gold dust. The joke was Ga., whore he will be prepared to practice his pro-, Stephens, deceased.Jeffer review, inspection, and drill, at the time and places and allother Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-jive THOMPSON. SKILL.MAX & CO..

'h. ..; a good oneand produced much hearty laugh les'ionin all its various branches, hoping (join many on County,Sept 22. IS.t9. 37 2atn3m hereinafter specified, viz : Cents per Box. 102 Nassau street New York.

ter and chuckling exultation among the ycarv experience in the science to be able to give en- Fifth, Regiment, in Quincy, December Sth. The abo>e Medicines, fresh and genuine are for And by LEWIS dc A.M LS

.. 41 friends of the fortunate and shrewd Californian. lire 'alii>laclion. AH operations will be warranted. Jefferson Co. Tax Collector's Sale. Sixth Regiment Tallahassee, December 1st. sale by LEWIS & AMES.Tallahassee ,
Ladies waited on at their residence. Seventh Regiment Monticello, November2Ith., Fa. Agents, Tallahassee. ...

The laughing however, would have Jteftrtneti:-Drs. D. A. Brandon, A. W. Preston, BY i: virtue of the authority vested i io me by law, I 1st Battalion, Eighth Regiment, at Madison C. II., For certificate.* of recommendation, and other information April 51, 1S-JO. 1C-ty ___

been on the other tide ol their face, if they S. S. Adam*, J. II. Hill, Itev. P P. Smith, Thomasville. have levied upon, and will offer for sale, before 201!i November. concerning the above Medicine?,see future i

; ;4.; could have teen, the next day, the receipt by j I Ihe Court Home door in Ihe town of Moniicello, on 2d Battalion, Eighth Regiment, at Jasper, 17th Noember. advertisements, and pamphlets, which may be ob Blacksmithing.100D .
: the Dm. W. J. Brinion and J. H. Madison Court J he firt Monday in February r.ext, the following tamed of the Aeents.
Pope cf
of ,
Assayer our Mint, of n certain amount House.CO 'described properly, to wit : Battalion attached Sixth March IS, 1S4S. 35 OOD, .ub tanlial, and cheap Bhcksruithing
io in
:>:. of gold dust exchanged for coin from a certain Oflice at Mrs. J. L. DemillyVOclobcr Section 27 of T 2, R G, N and E., bounded on the November 27th.2d. Regiment, Newport, all kinds don at the Shop near n>y Stable, cc-

a broker, who only realized the sum of 81800 13, 1649. 40 6m East by Eldred Simkins, North by Gen. Bailey, and The commissioned and non-commissioned officers Drugs, Medicines, &c. cupied last 20 sear ISlb.bv Miller & Broka\v. FISHER
Wi-st hv I HP Or ilia Pviver. January 3 A. A.
: on one purchase from a countrified fellow will assemble! < n the Darade pronnd of Ihir -

.:gj,;, just from California, who thought himself a THE GALPIN HOUSE. Levied upon as I the property of Richard K. Call, respective Regiments( day before the review at a, EDWARD BARNARD, JR., S. S.
and to be void for State and Knight
County taxes due
thereon 10 o'clock, A. M. armed and
fair NEWNANSVILLE equipped according to received, by the late
match in shrewdness HAS arrivals a
4 for a New Orleans FLORIDA. for the 18-1?. law old wbeT'
year for( drill and instruction. ? addition to his stock of GEN WILL continue business at hi* stand,
broker. At THE public are inlormedthat the "GAL- DANIEL T. LINGO, 3d. The regimental line will ba formed precUelv UINE DRUGS AND MEDICINES hopes> wait on such ol bis friendi as hal>

; t; The fuels ofihtt case ares no lees true than i PZN HOU.K"U now opined for the reception Tar Ais'r and Col. for Jefferson County. at half past I 11 I o'clock. A. M.4lh. which arc of good quality, late for,Cash.all of heretofore extended so liberal a patronage. prGmIi-

fee moral is impressive.-Y. 0. Delia. of JJaarder* and Travellers, and they may October '.t7! 1&49. 42 3m The Brigade Si all will report for duly at the Ats'JOfl hand a general assortment of the follow jog that all shall have good articles at lair pncei-

rest assured there will be no pains upared in making parade grounds of the several Regiments of the 2d ing, which arc warranted genuine, viz : April 2S,13tD. 17 _

them comfortable asf.sfas in lb* power of the Prot S. S. KNIGHT Brigade. llouck's Panecea, Rowan.l's Improved Tonic _

The editor of on exchange says he never prietor todo an. His stables are new and in first Sth. The commanding officer of Regiments are fire, Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Brandrelh's Mix- Pure Sulphate Quinine.

f .; r&winit one ghost, and that was the ghost of rate order, and a first rate ostler always in alienJanre. Wholesale & Retail Croeer & Provision Dealer, charged with the extension ol this I order. Pills, Sherman', Celebrated Calhatiic, Camphor, lIE subscribers have on hand two hundred and

a sinner who died without paying for his TALLAHASSEK, FLOHIDA. By order of A. K. ALLISON- Brig. Gen. Com'g.J. Worm, Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland's T filly ounces of Sulphate of QuininebICht !
N. ii. Private
pa. .
apartments always furnished forla- H. VCROIER, Adjutant Gencial. Celebrated Fever and Ague obtainer direct from the 3
Remedy Luccnia have marulaclurets
Ttvas horrible look constantly on hamJ.'and offers for sale Cordial
lo at
per. upon-the ghost tie,. GEO. M GALPIN KEEPS a October SO, 1S19. 41 71 Thompson's ,
Eye Water, MeMunns Elixir they will warrant it to be a superior article.
of
Newnan.tille.Jnne advance on coit t, for cash, all the stand- Opium, ,
Hamlet was no circumstance lo it. 23. 1S1)-25 Proprietor. Grinds S.irsaparilla, Turner's Fever VVe have enlarged stock cf and 'st 1
ard articles in his line. Flours of approved |ualilics and !?\gue Pills, our Drops
2 BilLS St. Ln.iiaFlour, -Sugars, Colleeti, Teas, Bacon, Hams, Pork, Tin Manufactory. Tvlet'sdillo, Gordon'* Billiou and Anti-lvpeptir cines by recent an ivaU, and are preparfO UecU/

:;; ; .jilt! very interesting to sec two persons get L14 2U bbls. Cincinnati! Flour, Soap Candles, Lard, Sfld all similar articles-together HAVING engaged additional workmen, tvo are Pills, BeckwilJi's Anti-Dyspeotic; PilU, Peters' and orders for articles in our line, at wholesale cr retau.
3f( Whiskey, with Fruits Irish ?J ( Spencer's Pills, and i is Agent for S. P on the most accommodating term .
; and cold half hour and oI.Its( Onioi.s' Nuu, to fill all orders in cur line in a Townend'L.
jq Into pauion, an sf00 lbs. I3eon Siden, Raiains, Fig., Almonds. and all otfiei articlesujually prompt) and satisfactory manner. AH orders from relehrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 per We have attn a few acconr.t yet due to us for in I

*hrn lo discover that the whole quarrel arose iOXJ Ibs. Shoulders, found in siiriUretabliluni-nt,. the country will receive immed ate. attention. A bottle. Also, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from rear 1847. They areeenerally in small JC-tnni'.

from a mistake, end that neither of (hem 603 Ib*. Himt. For Sale low hr Store nex' door above (>. II. Mi-pinniis', ca Mon liberal discount given to mercha .In and dealers. pure Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable for ilie but if the whole could be paid short!?, it wi-nldj-

: knotri wLat he Las butt talking about. S. S. KNIGHT. roe street. T WHITECO.Johe sick Porter or ordinary use than that usually sold, London far towards liquidating cci tainStffSWb1ch"

: July 7Ji: IS 19. 27 Atvih '3I, ((49. 17 Ir j 9, 1849. 23 &C-&C. LEWIS
June 10, 16tS. 47 April !US. 41

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