The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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, SATOBDIY, NOVEMBER; 24, 184f) VOITfflE I-m":- 46.- : r-: ; .

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THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL [b] Dc C LLW JIoU@( D "I am sorry to say that I do not have 'Doubtless. Yet what of that ? Can her had flown in terror from their posts' others 1 gOMEThouwhoseeveryhoarv#

11 PUBLISHED: EVERY IIATeIl '-'. honor." cancel '* .
gratitude ? dying, and the dead. In
I my many burying
...--- .,.. From the Sunday Timet. Then why do you wear the mystic I ."\ not. You hare not given me, the meanwhile, one fiftieth part of the whole i Is spent in Home*I green bowtlWhere j
TERMS : THE COMBAT OF DEATH blem ?" the i love,like golden fruit oVrhangiti grows f
; inquired priest sternly pointing \' jojr reasons: for wearing that population perished weekly. I .
THICK: DOLLAR per annum, if paid in advance. Or, the Cholera against the Yellow Fever.Au ihe gold cross which, in the twilight s." mortality Unparalleled Where friends to Iby fool streett

FOOR TRCE DOLLARS AND A HALF, il not, if paid paid untilthe within end fix of months theyear. Incident rrom the Annals of New Orleans on the 'bosom like one of heaven', I had forgotten:: although it is really the Long was the combat between the two lapping. United leaves circling that meet form-the entire rote-

stars. exlraordinary item in my sto.}'. The dread contagions. At length victory perchedon Thank thy Go will soon rom this joy thy day
adhered lo, and
ro-Tht.e terms discontinued willbe rigidly until all atrearagc-i are Near the close of day, the 15th cf November The young man reflected a moment. after my being robbed, I discovered the the bloody.banner of the cholera. It was away. .
will be
no paid paper unlens at the option of the publishers. Subscribers 1632, a young man was sitting on the hurricane h ad a mission to fulfil in New Orleans. in my rest pocket, and wilh it, decided to be the more powerful the yellow Thou,at whose household! fire

will be received for three months at One deck of a noble steamer defending aiJ of a resident long familiar with the by a pencil on a dirty bit of paper I fever abated. Still sits limv--aged sires IAh

Dollar-tix month at $1 :0. Every older for the the Mississippi, and then not far distant from might be of incalculable service, and he the crosJfiand! my poor prayers !' I am And yet still that high white forehead, and anael Make gues:,with lore a those of old- 1'

paper he cash out, unless of lint I the county order must cOlOrs be through accompanied any of wIthI our I New Orleans. lermined to trust the priest with a strange:>> I it was placed there by the girl while I those sad brilliants of blue eyes, shone on their That crown thy young of hoary children's hair care *' :

regularly' authorized agent in the State. The motion! ofthe boat was gracefully bird cret. lie replied accordingly: I asleep." wandering way-through the rebuking lanes, Which the calm heavens love a they behold !"s

like, and its speed such as wings only might "To answer your question truly, I must A strange act for a wicked one But by the beds of death, near the crape-sbrouded Soon, soon the glory ot that sunset ray :

ADVERTISEMENTSrill seem capable of conferring. The sky was all I you my mission lo the great emporium. It word: and the human heart more than coffins, and around those holes in the swamps Passes 3"a. ',

b. inserted at the rate of One Dollar per aquare gold and purple, and the broad face of the great one of public' mercy as well as private gratitulle eSH in the world, abounds in contradic- where the poor were buried naked !-for he Thou from trhoT household1 nook*

of twelve, lines 'for the first,and fifty cent for each river, flushed: with the evening light, lay like : and as you are the minister of mercy, !" said the priest, soliloquizing ; and had received certain intelligence of the Peep forth pay, gleaming lok ,

uSitquent>> : insertion. A reasonable deduction an immense iris betwixt its. shores. Proud i shall earnestly implore your assistance.' added hoarsely, "sweet pale face" from an old women to whom Thoe'fairy wondrous heads': shit up filled opening flotretfWith .

ly will notice be made wilhout"alteration on 1 Irjal notices: ,,estate by persons noticesyear having men and beautiful women came forth to feast "Two years ago I came into the The yellow fever Young man, how she bad told the story of his robbery. She The fresh: the undistilled.perfume :

rtgular> accounts with Ihe office. their eyes on the scene, and fond mothers bro'i. of a handsome property, the bequest of you brave the yellow fever ?1" had been in (the city but a month previous.But .-- The overflowing bliss that childhood Iho\'r :

All announcements of candidate for office rive out their babes and held them up to look at the deceased father, who died when I was a I would brave ihe fire of purgatory itself where was she now 1 He would find out, Praise Him who gave andat whose word they star/.. ;

DOLLARS-invariably in advance. No attention burning heaven and bright earth of God.- boy. My mother's death dates beyond call r-duly and gratitude." or leave his bones in the great swamp grave Pus away. I
trill be paid to any orderlor' announcementunless glimmering dawn of My! nut then the cholera should the cholera Thou, with another ,
with the ca..h. Many: however, gazed on the remarkable memory. :;! yard heat
All religious; : marriage and obituary notices published features of( that young man, and silently conversed attl'ndt'rI'ery well to the education of my loo, oh then every street will teem One hot dusty noon he was toiling along the As two United close thnngh stars that apart mingling, shine .
gratuitously but editorial notices for private with his high white forehead. tellect, but badly enough to I the moral a harvest of black hearses !" Rue Leve, then crowded with hearses. He Whose pleasant pathway lies be one- i

benefit, will\ be charged as advertisements. Indeed, his appearance had been a subject of my heart ; and as the logical result, a the mention of the all dreaded word the turned his head causally, and the old cathedralwith '" e3th tender,witchfol eyes !

of general curiosity! during the whole voyage creature of passion grew up, with many man gasped for breath, and bowed his its fur grand towers arrested his atten Where love shines clearer than the morning sun., !
Jon WORK. fmin Cincinnati. This could not be caused crous instincts, to he sure, but uncontrolled forehead on his hands ; but; he soon (tion. of those whimsical impulses which Praise Passes Rod for life that in such soft array

We are well prepared to execute Job Work suchas any settled principle, and unillumined by his and said In such sometimes without away. }
cards blankspamphlets&c.,a il h neat- I by his dress, a suit of plain bl&ck, unadorned eyes firmly- a I come a cause, prompted i '
bills, ,
: light of any fixed faith." there is the I should him to A feeling of More-more-Ihot halt yet more! l
greater reason why enter. deep solemnity
flees and despatch. All work of this description, save: by u single ornament-that small cross These, thy heart's treasured store.
except for {perctni having!!; yearly: accounts wilh of gold worn as a breast pin. Nor did his "Poor man murmured the old man, to execute my mission. She has giv settled on his soul when standing within the Transferred tc Heaven, may win immortal birth.'

the office, mnct t be paid for on deli very.Business demeanor evince the faintest: with to attract terjectionally. life-let her memory take one !" immense and mass! e fabric. The taper With radiant seraphs there

----. ---- -- observation, or even the consciousness that he I. As soon as I was master of my own c. He it so," answered the old man, mildly. were burning their dim'religious light ; the !May tune ambrosial air

Carts, $::C. gained it. lie kept aloof f from the revellers I turned it all into ready cash, and resolved the morning I must leave for :Mobile, dead reposed under the stone pavements beneath I To Like ever glorying music hymns of praise-wliile! earth, .

-- ---. ----------------- in the bar room. Tr1; rich wine pouted into seek some large city, i in order to enjoy my shall be absent' for some weeks. II,'re The pale, unearthly countenances of lingering Passes away. from some harper gray.
R. H DERRY, Auctioneer. his glass at dinner by officious waiters, spar- vorite pleasures-gaming, and let me speak .-*nJ. Should i inn au return, and you the saints looked down on him from their I 1

tiled not to his lips ; and he never once glanced with shame, intoxication. Forjl..iuUS then, I will gladily render ywu any niches ; while the roll of hearse-wheels, and i PACIFIC RAILROAD. S
ALE DAYS-WEDNESDAY'S AND SATURDAY'S. toward the card table, which always is sons I chose !N'v Oileans." tance in my power. But the boat will thundering death-carts reached his ear only in : SI

seen on western vessels afier the dishes are "The mourn ul epitome often in a far minutes ; I must descend to the confused and gentle whispers.A This appears to be the great absorbing

OPARTNERSIIIP.-Tbe: subsciibers have form. removed. lie remained for the most time lives !" sighed the priest. and:! prepare to go ashore. Farewell. kneeling figure arose from the floor.- question now before the county ; and while

C cd a parlnerfch4, uudr the film of liCURY seated on the deck, as have, just beheld For some months after my arrival! I the cross, and may'it keep thee!" As she adjusted her veil, the youth caught' a ,St. Louis, with :growth and prosperity un. I
Ihe.flleion and CentralCominimiun upper you
& ROWL1IS. to conduct ged in fashionable dissipation to an young man was once more alone.-. glimpse of her features. equalled by any city in this Union, Appears to
Rusinett and will (heir him, his high white brow leaning f rward
attention to all business;entrusted to give them.R. prompt upon his two hands, his serenely bright blueeyes extent, avoiding however, from natural vessel rocked gently to the wind of mid. I is she !" he cried in a transport of in. be the point generally spoken of as the star. 4

.. H. BERRY. fixed the face of the river more than prudent training, all places of ill.fame in that magnificent harbor around suppressible enthusiasm, and the thunder ofa ing point of this great road' wi it not be wellto
J. J. ROWLES.Tallahassee upon great for it was good fortune to feel the gleaming lamps circled thousand look to the advantages of
his .ad! sot l ttiilfully! mcxlfllprl ftntiirt>B .pilod ; my enveloping echoes from the vaulted dome answered disadvantages .,
: November 1.1649. c" with un expression' of unfathomable: thought. ways an invincible aversion to habits of the form of a half moon, and justifying It is she !" other places that will come in competition f

ALEX. C. MORTON, Gradually the gold and purple grew palerin description."One senses the romantic name of Cres He sprang forward to cast himself the mai-- with her 1 There now appears to be four '

ATTORNEY AT LAH the air and in the glassy waters, and wqs evening I left the card table) in City." den's feet ; but ere he had taken these steps, prominent points' spoken of. Chicago at the ':

replaced by soft silvered hues, intermingled pany with some chance acquaintances, his limbs lost the power of motion.: His face head of Lake Michigan is contended for by J
of Deeds for the States of .
with ,violet last fading into the eternal. azure. undertook to conduct me to my hotel. I grew haggard with its expression of intense extreme Northern men, and opposed on account
Tennessee: Florda, and Mississippi. stood in need of assistance. I )' residents of New Orleans still re. of the 'frozen climate and its
The 1 bell for and the tainly suffering. All! the fire of volcano seemed being too ,
tJOOFFICI AT COLUMBUS: GEORGIA ..a) rung supper ; passengershad drunk and a very remarkable stranger, who, far north to benefit the
their usual to excess, reeled on the : concentrated in his burning brain. His Stales equally. St.
one ol foot races to decide I, eyes {
WILL give faithful attention to such business who should first reach the board. But the as 1 walked, though; supported by two the close of October, 1832, went wan. revolved in their orbits wilh glaring vivacity. Louis is contended for becanse it i is in thl j
be entrusted to him, in I the Courts of the about the streets. Most deem.
gamblers on each bide. persons Yellowish streets his features in sum; latitude as San Francisco, and is the ;
of the did lie however overspread a
Chattahoochee Circuit, Georgia: composed! young man go. slightlychanged crazed and
Counties clf Muscogee, lL rris, Talbot Stewart and his position as the last human form The night was dark, and my partially some moment, as if dashed there by a coarse brush great commercial city of the Southwest while
Marion ; and in the Counties of Russell, Macon and disappeared down the stairs. lie let his ting friends led me into an alley still wholly so ; and perhaps they were right dipped in gall. Sharp pangs trembled in his the North Pas in the Rocky Mountains is

Jarhour! Alabama. where they began deliberately tj rifle his conduct was very different from thai marrow. His throbbed like said to be considerably north ofSt. Louis, and .
hands drop bib knees and elevated his fine hloO i
on lghtning.
August 18. 1849.) 32-Cm people.; He asked after a girl of mean the South Pass is distance
pockets. hot and a long south. The
as quick, \ i
head the fullest of 'ision.Witnt'ssing every bursting ,
so as sweep \
range who he still had lived
"This violence half sobered and as once in a then whirlwind of the Southern States will also contend that
LEWIS &:. AMES this would me a delirium wrap. by :
movement, one widest
say and saved his life and for whom
DEALERS\ that his previous inclined attitude had been struggled powerfully, which only rendered he ped his soul in dreams starting at Si. Louis the river is closed by ice t
condition more hopeless. Tho.illians to something out pure gratitude. is he !" shrieked the girl recognizing to the mouth of the Ohio in the winter time,
: PAINTS! OILS. assumed on purpose to avoid the scrutiny of idea in itself I
: prying Be this as it he con. gagged me and proceeded with their an, was palpable proof him. It is he and, oh mother of Jesus and that navigation is partly; suspenoed in sum. ;
Toilet Articles. Perfumery, if., Window Glass strangers. the may operation. As they finished, one of them ). What man in his sober senses ev. the yelloicfccerJ" mer on account of low water, with no rail
tinned celestial world
PAIXTERS' BRUSHES AND COLORS, to gaze upwards on marked' He is not so drunk as we ght of being grateful to a girl in mean road running south from St. Louis ; and that f
with a look of deep dreamy revery, hour afer; J
Glass "'nr.'. &c lie will and house in a cellar, even although the the business of road
Apothecaries' remember the
us set Ihe police will all be carried
hour when of the other travellers had When the the
most I young man regained light
THE above constantly on hand: ,and for sale at the retired In their berths.. our trail. What is to be done ?' A 1 a sweet pale face and serenely dark of rational consciousness, he was stretchedon north by the St. Louis and Cincinnati; road,

\\a market price LEWIS !& AMES. Thus absorbed in that sea which has neither cock never knife.1 crows,* responded the other, \ notwithstanding the general opinion, i' a pallet of straw in a !m'1l rool. He then they to will Pit rccoir t.&I.-n nn rl.la.Jr. from..1 .U the.t it

Tallahassee. November' 20, IS47. 18 shore nor bottom-the sea of silent me a I raised his blue eyes, bright as ever, although
in his
search. The
Never shall I the of that stranger persevered same. Memphis is contended for by the South
forget his frame of skeleton and he
the did agony was a sawa
thought- man not for a whileperceive th.i ; f.
IiU40Y TOWLC. MAKIANO D. PJLPV. young stant, while the wretches were arranging white forehead lightened along number face of him on account outs being a central point for the f.JI JI
that another individual exceeding.beauty over ,
TOWLE & PAPY was on the rrrurder." lane., dark with the steam: of leprosy and. bending Southern Slate, and a large and prosperous .
and with It "the
deck, and had even taken a seat beside him. wet tears. was sweet pale
: It shone like into those
The old aurora city; while the Northern States contend thatthey
and Counsellors nt Law man groaned. face !f"
Attorneys This old almost shrew
was an man completely
of crime where a sunbeam never enters. will receive direct benefit
not from
Just "
then any
HAVING formed an association for the Practice ded in a cable :gown;: and hood, which left nothing an unexpected apparition the hearths without fire, the tables: without Thou hast saved rns twice he murmur. this terminus.
: will attend the several Courts of I the distinguishable save his dark luminous to my rescue. A young girl in a cd in a scarcely audible whisper. He said
Middle Circuit of Florida, and 111 the District Count dress suddenly emerged from a cellar hearin 1"h the homes without love-:among all the the truth. She had watched over him with Ohio City at the confluence of the Ohio .
&If this U.S at TlilIahu..ee.11. business entrusted eyes, sharp Grecian nose, and a long silver in her hand a lamp. Her startled of wretchedness and wrong, the bad blue the tenderness of sister and Mississippi rivers, is contended! for as a 1\
cry a during
white beard low his
to their care WIll receive prompt attention. streaming as girdle. went raying forth their chastened splen many point of.compromise between the North and ii
watchman the
{Z- O:31ce in the Capitol. The youth suddenly awoke from his meditatioa tracted and a the at after entrance of lie watched the doors ofthe lowest thea and nights, while his spirit hovered betwixt South, on account of its geographical central !:
7 alley, rogues, knocking life and death
February 17, isJ9.
:: as a bony finger tapped his shoulder lie outwatched the winking street- It the i
position) being betweenthe
boundary ,1
and down, disappeared through an opening in When the youth was convalescent, the two ,
with of the of
saw a start surprise
pair in suburbs. He threaded
!l1EUlCAJ.OTJCE.. pestilential slave and free its
wall." States, being at the cen
opposite the old
dark radiant orbs into his with were wedded by man with the dark ,
gazing own a
of Green"
human mazes Congo on Sun- of the
"Thank God!" l the tre greatest inland navigation in the ;,
p'ously ejaculated luminous -Ihe Bishop of New Orleans.
Dr. Charles T. Darby mingled expression of sadness and pity when ten thousand outcasts: of all vari eyes world ; and at a point below which navigation .
But what I have esteemed the sin "The lawyer must have been insane .
T> ESPECTFULLY: ; announces to the public in penIX "I trust you will pardon my intrusion for most of character and color, assemble to keep young i is never interrupted by ice or low water
eral that he ha l'ermahlItlylotated himsell\ 'inMoniicello the bake of its purpose" said the old man, ina lar of at!, (he watchman refund to credit great Sabbath revel. He sought I the ; for not even gratitude could inducea and the terminus for more than two thousand

!( Florida: and will be found at all time I meek voice of (the most touching pathos, andsweetly g lI's story (I was not myself in a of brilliant: masquerades, were murder rational mind to mate with such a one." miles railroad! commenced .
already to
"nles .rofetnionally enf-ageJ. Strict attention will Hear reader-I have but :
out, anothercord.
t mournful the chime of bells. to narrate any thing immediately,) and '\ me
as in jewels and shame hides itself in nst- The road
be paid to all promotional. calls..lay from Charleston,S. C., to the mouthof
The bowed in wordless astonishment. told her brutally to take care of her The young girl was not fallen, as the
] 5,1S49. 18 youth silks ; and be, looked pryingly into many I the Ohio river which is completed to Chat' t ,
old gallant, and left us. grateful man supposed. She was a poor sewer .
TJie continued "I have noted "
man : false f face-but the pala sweet one" tanooga, and under contract to Nashville, and
G EO. W. 11 U '1'' C II INS your conduct from the moment your feet touch. "She led me to her room in the cellar, nut there. And thus a week passed a.I I and, like many of her class, had kept thatsoul's l i is intersected by most of the roads in the
ed this!! vessel, and have, contracted her and jewel-her purity-amidst rags I
a strong me on straw pallet, lay down Slates the road .
Soulht'r including from Savannah
AUCTIONEER and wretchedness, while who would ,
of interest in welfare and be. the many '
feeling hearth.
your ; on the sevenlh the : was
night, as stranger to Atlanta, and the road from Richmond
have shrunk from the touch of her fin.
T.1LL.1IMSSEE, FL.1.R bides, it is my duty" to utter in your ears a sol. When I woke in the morning, ,the his customary: rounds, while the air were losing theirs beneath worn heaps of lo Nashville The road from Mobile

E t'IB: TO emn warnin had mounted high in heaven, and it softer than ever-soft as the touch of gets to the mouth of the Ohio is commenced, with
Memi. H. BOND, J- W. ARGYLE, D. C. WILKON The astonishment of the youth increased, down into that while the ethereal arch appeared shinning pearls and drapery georgeous as the J
kindly even I damp a prospect of its speedy completion. The
F. 11. FL.CUT.HODMJ.N and J T. ARCIU.R. but he still silent. rainbow. .
March 10. 1S49. 10 was room. Gradually a confused recollection inefTiMy bright, and the stars stoop. And today the high white forehead contemplated road from Lexington to terms I
My son, you are going to the sinful city, events of the > if about to descend and kiss the graces l
preceding night arose before r, as hate at or near the mouth ofthe Ohio, received i!
the bench of Stale and
J. L. SHIELDS, M. n. J. f. BOND, M. D. over which the two broad black wings of the eye of consciousness. I felt in my he suddenly obsered an extraordinary the sweet supreme pale face and a western serenely dark, an appropriation often thousand dollars for tits :
angel of death are brooding to-night Re. I had been robbed in the Men and eyes
thoroughly and could streets. women, at the last session of the Legisla. (,
of ihe of sUfey.
light one happiest scenes out
Drs. SHIELDS &. BOND !fit heaenthe
turn call cent in the world to and fro tran el- when believed
one t my own. I :glan.ced were running $ hearth-scene of love-illumined home. ture : which road buil, it is I
HAVING assoriated themselves together in the "I do not understand you, faltered the around the gloomy Hlar. The girl re were (pale faces, wild eyes, and stream. will be of nearly the s me advantage to the '
of Medicine Surgery, S.c.. oiler their youth, turning pale as the starlight that bathed gone : I was alone. Nor dIG I tw.,, hair., The thought of "fire" occured at And thus to eternity, now and then, doth seme State of Missouri, that the Erie canal has ;
services to the citizens of Quincy and the kurround- kind angel insert a golden leaf of true romancein .
ins his white brow. the latter circumstance, for I believed my"de.liveress r $..,t no tongue' of metal mourned its been to the State of New York.' The Central
; country. the cold iron book of human life. I
Quincy. August: 11, 1549. ;31 "I shall boon make myself intelligible. to be some miserable daughter ; and the iron wtiecU: uftt>. ongin'jI Railroad of Illinois from the mouth of the,

What detained you out here so late ?" shame-a class I have ever hated with id silent on the pavement. Puzzled Origin of Literary Degrees.-The practiceof Ohio to Chicago, was commenced by the
Thomas Jeff. Heir "The matchless; beauties of yonder sky i singular problem! he i
parable loathing. a approached an conferring honors of Literary Institutionson State, and very large amounts of money expended -
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and the voluptuousness of this balmy atmos After fruitless endeavors lo discover citizen for explanation. individuals of distinguished erudition, com. on the road. The same is now in the

WILL practice in the Cite til Court in each. phere.. thieves, I fold the best part of my yellow fever!" That sentence re. I. menced in the twelfth century when the em. hand of a company for completion. By the' I
of the Middle Circ'litand in the Supreme .
I'oor murmured the old it all. The of the south had
boy man.- pestilence
Court and United! States District Court a and realized sufficient to carry me to Ohio. peror Lolharie having found in Italy a copyof completion of this, and clay road from St. Lout J
Tallahassee. "You are a stranger to Louisiana, that is evi There, teaching school and studying law without a signal, and wilh a power and i the Roman Law, ordained. that it should be is to Cincinnati!, ((the two intersecting each

Montitello, January 29, U3.; 23CAKAWAV dent ; but I am not. Fifty years have I served the same time in a small village, I was destruction unprecedented in the his. publicly expounded in. the Schools ; and that other) it wilt be seen that it will open two

the Lord and the Lord's poor in the sickly milted to the bar in six months ; and \' of its ravages. I he might give encouragement to the stud, he railroad routes from the mouth of the Ohio
SMITH,] [W. S. DILWORTH of New Orleans. I have learned .
streets rolled
nude a fortunate debut, at the end of a sin week \\'aJ-a week of further ordered that the public professors of through the Northern and middle States to \
SMITH & DJLWOaTM! the most terrible tokens of the climate ; and I year's practice found myself master of to many, and gloomy despair lo all- this law should be dignified with the title of New York Philadelphia and Boston. One i
ATTORNEYS AT LAW now tell you, while there is )'ettime to fly, that another and wilder word swelled on the
thousand dollars in money, with the Doctors. The first person called a Doctor by way or Chicago anJ the Lakes to New- i
MOXTICELLO, FLORIDA.July ere seven more such nights as this, the wheelsof of a far richer harvest. I was entirely striking dismay into the stoutest hearts. after this ordinance of the emperor, was Bui- York and Boston, and the other by way of I
the hearse shall roll around every door of word! was the Cholera The two black I
formed. : Hugolinus and
garius was
I 7,1649. 27. greatly distinguish. Cincinnati Pittsburg! to PliadeJphia. So h
this doomed coast. or the angel of death had descended at ed his and ,
*' Yet I was most unhappy. The for learning literary labor. Not that it will be seen Ly starin
A. E. MAXWELL 1'laey told me it was too late for the yd- : the doomed city. The sword t
came first like a gentle whisper, on flashing long afterwards the practice of creating doctors Railroad at the mouth of the Ohio river, in
ATTOaWlY: AY LAW, I low fever! said the youth." firmly in my heart, that I had behaved dire contagions had crossed in mortal was borrowed from Ihe lawyers by the di. the State of Missouri, that it will connect by
"It it never too late, answered I the old lo decide the horrible issue which vines also who in their the
attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir ungrateful to my benefactress-that poor schools publicly taught railroad following Atlantic cities passing
!:JOffice over S. F. Durtlt)'. Store. man, with a shudder" nf'\'cr till the north whose kindness had saved life. The reign queen of Ihe great emporium. divinity, and conferred degrees on who through the middle and Northern States, to i

Tallahassee, Oct. 21,161(2\ wind comes to breathe frost on the leaf of(he increased to a loud voice.my It indeed, there was business!! for the bad made great proficiency in that science. wit : Mobile, Savannah, Charleston and '

S. S. KNIGHT, orange:; and drive the floating (poisons of"(be me per in the court house ; it pursued me to -carts, rolling from every door. Immense I'' The plan conferring degrees in divinity was Richmond at the South and New York Boston *
march into the sal1solulle. of the ocean. it followed walks the demand for coffins and shrouds. adopted in the Universities of Bologne, and Philadelphia at the North. Add to '
Wholesale fc Retail Crater & Promlon Dealer library ; my morning ; fut
\ I "Can pestilence lurk in (such fairy scenes out the chimes of he there were few to nail the coffins and the and Paris. (See Malher's. Magnolia (this the geographical central position at the
rung among
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. enchantment ?V sighed the youth, abstractly. bells ; it moaned in the deep bass of the pea) had all'long been shut up. Christa Americana B. IV. page 134.- ) It is confluence ol these rivers, which with their '

KEEPS: constantly on hand,and offers for sale at a "Aye, my son, and you may sec in this the But will call this ? I also, a new danger threatened) the remarkable that the celebrated Dr. Samuel tributaries afford more than twelve thousand

advance oncost, for cash, all the standard symbol of all life's dear delusion, where evil ing organ. you insanity tower That ,old Pro/cur, hu. Johnson when he had become eminent in lit- miles of inland navigation, and in their course ,
article in his lane Flours of l "It the voice of God said t the
approved qual wear a mask streaming with swI.coors, and was natureinnnifesaed, of its revol.
: one must erasure, could not obtain the degree of Master wash twelve Slates of this Union. .
HIM-S-jgar*, Collee Teas, Bacon Hams, Polk, the fable of the veiled prophet has a universal man, a+ the teardrops fell like gems ou the first of the dou- t .
Soap Candles Lard, and all similar articles-to- silver beard. phases; During days of Arts from Trinity College: Uuhln. though This road would also pass the great Iron
gcther with Fruits, Irish Potatoes Onions, Nuts, moral. You sit here retelling in beautiful long I ', the pulice.eourts'were nearly powerful interest was made in for Mountains of Missouri, eighty miles from the>

UAisinfl,Fig!, Almonds,and all other articleiuiually' dreams while death is all around-in this am. The youth went on in a more 1. ; ,the key of Fear had locked the gales this purpose by Mr. Pope, Lord Gower and mouth, the ore which is said to be the purest'in -

found i in similar*. establishments. brosial air, whose every zephyr touch is lone : And so I am now returning to hell of Vice. The churches werp all others. Instances of the failure of similar the' world, and inexhaustible! in quantity t

roe Store street.nex door above G. II. Mr inni.. ea Mon pleating, but fatal as the kiss of a courtesan ; great emporium to seek out and save the : i but could not half contain the throngs that i applications, made in favor of characters still from this point, and the mouth of Ihe river .

April '28. tS49. 17 IT. in that river, and along yonder lovely shore, erble being: who first saved me." wdt'd around the altars with while lips more disingui.hed than Johnson then was, are the rail and other ma'erials for the road can

where a blue baneful mist goes creeping In Ilow !" asked the priebt. ; hasty" prayers. But slowly Terror also on record. So cautious and reservedwere be forwarded on the same. as the work pro

GEO. H. BESTWICK, I search of corpses ; in those far beaming stars, "I will search every lone street', thread I a different shape) as all hope seemed de. Literary.Institutions, a little more than gressc-8.- Republican, St. Louis.

Wholesale t\ Betall Grocery & Proi ision Dealer, whose'! soft light distils poison. See how ery crooked lane, and pry into every den I for over. The children of crime plun. balfa century ago in bestowing their honors! f sour ______ )

TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. they tremble, and twinkle and glare out, like sin and horror." again into a sea of riot;far madder than ; -=filler's John Rogers. '.,Fatal ,Theatrical Performance.--Mr. Ca. '

IC ECPSconstantly on hand, and for ale at theloseslcaebprices. i the red bloodshot eyes of demons, big with But how will you recognize her ?1" ,Those who knew they must die to. i Lie o jacuberla (in English: Mr. Coveredbox,) a' i
for ca.b,all the article' in i jibe I menace of unutterable woe f The never. "Very easily. It is true when resolved to make, the most ,ortaa.1 From the Chrket Nuin.'Te Chero- died .

"us line, Teas..f business.Bacon Hams Flour, ofbeslqualitit'sSugar) J I Iufee ''I failing sign and seal of death is there Fly, first brought up the subject tir'id \' .\ t followed, such a uo pen ever keo Aivote 2d. ay : The distinguished Valparaiso on theatrical the:night of performer his benefit, from at ,
Soap.CandlesNul, Hai I' all seemed faint and indistinct The halfs could not most measure been enactedby
sins, Lard, Whiskey, and all other articles young man. Hasten away speed, for her imago ; on paper. largest important over exertion at lie theatre
found, in similar. establishments. All usually.. j 'the black scourge of God is lifted over the of late it has: grown wonderfully brilliant. the hideous maskers. Congo Green' re. the National Council during the past week!

to purchase any of the above articles person are wantg irsctfully land I have warned thee as u friend-now see it ever in my deepest dreams, with roars of infernal laughter. The is the adoption of a resolution to call the whop, A Geiman journal announces :young an- ,

P invited to call and price them before fin y- j, I command thee as a son of our Holy Church.Go sweet pale face, sad, mile of sorrow, and knife of midnight murder rivalled the a.' Cherokee people together on Monday, the 7th thor s.called Baroness de Clol'ekrakt'rIO"licKalkrllIeeD.

Ihl*Store!: eUevvlnrre. !" lonely datk c)'...." : of tho cholera_and yellow fever. day of November next to decide upon some If her work*arc as crooke

ikln.cnrnPrsal.lonroeandJrlTcrsonttects: formerly occupied by L. & H. Greenbcrc. J I do not comprehend your last remark.." I jut you think she".is one of the ho\\'Jin: WIee were'the watchmen: ?' Some were plan. or, adopt some, measure" to relieve the A ti"n&-: tlewi want a \

slq t2, t'-t'. named the oft tf.c some Cherokee nation of debt. jatvsto read &hemJ
H'; What! arc you not a Catholic !7" crew not fit to be among ? I graveyard swamps,



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Convention. The
Southern the'N. Y.
Admhtrtiu'a gl
From the JV": 1' Com .''ftlt-., 12/A indo ( 'I'oriba Manufacturing--Establishments a1d.
7 THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL tallaljasstr, .: ,, : The business of ) Cotton has Tbo plan of a great Southern .Convention, The New: York Herald, a Taylor
LATER FROM CALIPORN'IA.The --. .. ........+-- Manufacturing P:Per

.i steam ship Empire City, Capt. Wilson. R. B. HILTON &. C. E. DYKE been_ < again and again urged upon, the alien-' as our readers aio 'aware, has'ncen' brought while vindicating eulogizing the President;

rtl PUBLISHED CTCRV SATURDAY, arrived at this pnil yesterday mornin She EDITORS: ASD PROPRIETORS.
I. \+ nv HILTOK A DYB33, left Chagres: on the 29th October, and Kingston ----, .---, tim ost inviting opportunities for' the'accumulaon .- the Pro-slaverY Convention of Misilssippi.The .- To weaken the force of its attacks th;

: :t s To vrhcm .H cominun c.tiorn should b. addressed Jamaica} pn the 4th' :;uvrmLer.y month's. later Saturday, November 24 1849.TALLAIIASSKE t.i, of wealth.; The profits of investments in Tatter body suggested! time and place, latter the Herald has been denounced"PO ly the
this arrival we have one
af t ._ Ten,.-*3lpw mum In Adnl.u. advices from California. Ibis department of enterprise, have been (Xalbvi.) for holding tbe Convention, nom- whig pr.s a, an infamous sbl'ctt whosa editor

,jOt.\f' FBOat CALIFoncu.. COTTON MARKET. Abu. si own from actual dividends-shown and contrasted tooted delegates consisting equally of Whigsand j wa* offended ly disappointment in Cot ob.

;t S. Tt1rgrojJor tIt Baltimore Amertcan. The Empire City brings advices from Cali. 24-Prices range from ,91 to,9i. ccoJt,, ao with the meagre rewards of agricultu. Democrats, an earnestly invited the co.. [taming petite printing from ibe AdmiDistr.

., ; ,. ,,"jFt'RTnnR: NEWS; BY THC AMERICA.! forma lo the 1st October, tbe atramcrUrrgon cording to quality.]! Receipts for the:; & t'eek, raI 1 f'mptoIment and thence an argument the I operation of all the Southern States. 'ion, Las made war against' its me
: 1IA1.IF.\Xi. S. Nov. 15-11 (P. )1.r rn
having arrived at Panama on the J2d October, 931 bales. T most potent-one which, in this money.loving We deem the present a time of peculiar Fhc Herald meets ibis charge by Pu fi

;+; ; :g The Cunard steamer America with dales with the mails.. The amount of gold on board: drawn and number of 'fsnl
go'all can appreciate, has been fitness for bringing this matter before tIle people a private; letters written by
\ :. .from Liverpool to the 3:1 instant, arrived at the Empire City ;is reported to be one million FROI TA3IPA.-W" have received this I ge:

,t) "' this port at 7 o'.cncJc! ibis, morning, but the of dollars in value morning we regret much to too late for addressed, to the planters and business men of ; of Florida. We are in the midi of a political leman holding a high poiition in one of the

.. 'new's has been delayed here all day in consequence The principal: ;intelligence received( is po. say the South. calm. There is to bo no ejection for departments,' which he says proves a desire
this week
(,the telegraph wires between Calais, litical, relating to the action of the Com'cn.1 publication : a Uglily interestingletter But there are other considerations which many months. Such is an appropriate season 0: the part of the cabinet, to constitute that

r. 1''i. 1\1\ r.., and St. Johns, N. B., being:, down. lion :n session.i at Monterey, which is repotted from our correspondent at 'I'1 amps. HeI I with some minds, will perhaps weigh little for the consideration of a subject far above Journal (their "peculiar and confidential
I Igan.
; The America had 62 passengers.( She( by the Aha California! follows : mentions the arrival i of the .Arkansas dclega-1. ><
_"" New York where she less than that of per cenlage on capital. parly questions-in the discussion of which, or ." There are many ot these letierj.We ._
: left: at 9 o'clock for Fi-om the' Alia California, Ort 1. lion at that place.
't',4 s t will arrive on Saturday rnornil1?. THE STATE: CONVKNTION.This The roou we have always with u?. Thtt political schemes should b lost sight of in lore make a few extract The following

r .: ( The commercial advices from nil puts ol Ground Peas. ho poor have: claims upon the rich which the for the Union, and the maintainance of the I sentence are in the first one:

:" t;. England: are of a favorable (character: body, up( to the latest dates, had beenin A in Alabama has vril'en' us !
very gentleman latter not was never of the South. One of the objects'
.: feature session( a little over three week Most of I may disregard rights great 'The cabinet-at least :r. Mr.
is in trade C3JtO
: but
'". : ; ally. no new gener the protis'onsof' the proposed constitution had the following letter. Win any one of our I among Christian men until this nineteenth of the proposed Cont'cntio should be to unite Meredith, &c.-ar" most anliOJs pff

.' ,f: Later" dates have been received in England I been. acted and passed upon in committee ofthe readers furnish through our columns the information century, and now is rather denied in practice, the South for the sake not only of herself; but as their organ.and will give you fd* and

.'I.' from Bombay: The monsoon had interrupted whole, and that wo suppose, imy be taken needed 1PUILORU. ban in words. But the difficulty ever has the Constitution and the Union. We do not I patronage to any amount. Ft win be prodder.ire *

::: business to an unusual degree, \ct the as a fair index of what will) be the action of Nov. 4th, 1849. been in discovering a way of extending to look to the protection of the South at the sac of grf'a go if you will not admit any arr. .
the House. titles 1 of the caiine
.: !, prices of goods were generally maintained. T V the Editors of the Floridian $' Journal. t he those charities which Christianity de. of the Union the overthrow of the ar 1"3 condemnatory
'..:; The America brings nothing new from Rus. The bill of rights. as adopted in committeeof poor rice or into th paper till I see you. I think I nil:
,, I the whole, embraces twenty sections of the GENTLEMKN :-(In the Patent Office Reports moods at the hands of the rich, without encouraging -as has been falsely charged.We .- be to convince you that they mean to do<

't.: III. I usual character of such provisions. The( only for 1947, page 190, w + have an interesting idleness and unthrifl and right, and that can thIn
;' In the arrivals of bullion\ in England during ignorance would save the South by maintaining :.he you support conscientiouclJ *
ofic\ pro, gouher or "
account ground
which .
*r .;:; the weeks are comprised .c 100,000 from tbeUnited I point"erawould upon arise-it the was question supposed of sla\'erJ-a contro- pindar pea. It i is stated there, t taken from vice-the prolific paren'sf poverty. On Union in its integrity, and the Con fution in
I I make another extract from letter d
.' latel. I passed without debate, and unanimously, utter your paper, that the gouber. iV! valuable vii this very ground political economists have are its inviol ibiliiy. Were we favorable to the \'e a *
: The French : have either resigned
Ministry ted June
Some in fiver plant. I wish to know something of the manner gued with a force of reasoning 13, 1919 :
y or been dismissed. Tbe cause is said to have: ly prohibiting slavery. were exceedingly separation of these States, then nothing would

; been the disinclination of the Ministers to stain of submitting the mailer to the people for 1\ hulling and grinding the pea and likewise difficult to withstand, that poor-houses, and delight us more than the progress of fanaticism "I wrote }'Ol in haste: a few lines yesterday .
of the mode cultivation and hrrng. the subject of some inter.
separate vote, but it was not contended for gal evening upon
President LoutsNapoleon's kindred charitable establishments rather
the tiews embodied in arc and anti violence! and recklessness .
with show ofslrcnuosity, and was voted Will you be so l kind as to give me some fur. InerJ: w views I had with Mr. Clajt n. Tbe cabinet

,, has rawed letter the relative to Rome.excitement Thi in down any unanimously. (her information on the. subject or to refer me fruitful of c'j than productive of good. Availing in the North : knowing, as we do, that i u extremely desirous of gelling your cirdiil

". 1 t Paris event, and the President greatest has addressed a let. TIlt! suffrage question writhe source of considerabe to your correspondent that 1 may communicate themselves of the excuse thus offeredto these efforts to overthrow the institution of support ; and Mr. Clayton! has requested ms

ter to the National Assembly} which the Lon. debate ; but was finally! disposed of with him. them, the rich have closed! their purees and slavery, if engaged in and presisted in by the to see you personally, and explain exactly
by admitting all male citizens of ihe United Yours very respectfully( &c., how matter stand. rou can, if choose,
don Times characterizes as imprudent but withheld their charities-tbe result of which, great body of the Northern people, would yu
States, six months resident in California/ and SCHUYLEIl CLARK.Nnw accomplish I jmsiess more influence with then any man
' been formed
ppirited. A new Cabinet has ( we believe is, that in no other and in no
age the overthrow of the
ta of Indians Africans Union long before in the United States, and advantages the
which the views of the entJ.one years ago:; ( get
: wholly
t PreMdcnt and the represents majority of the Assembly. I and the descendants of Africans, cxcepted,) lo ORLEANS, Nov'r. 13.-Receipts of other country, was there ever so little cxper. they would bring about the abolition of way of early information and documents of iacalculable .

Tbe Intelligence oldie dismissal of the I the privileges ofcleclors. Cotton from 1st of Sept 1649, to' date, 1G3,. ded fur the benefit of the poor, in proportion to sla\'cry. The South can and will take cared benefit to the paper. In tbe mean

t; French ;Ministry was received in London on I The Legislature is to consist of two branches 751 bales, against 221,732: same period lastCHARLESTON the existing icealih, as in the present age, an of herself; Union or no Union. And when time, lil// I see you, will you suppres letters

II an Assembly and a Senate, with e+.,.6 .o ... from abusive of the cabinet ?1"
Thursday}, the lit inst., and caused much sur. gc 'l'ill, 11"0' d..r. ( SOaI 1 b+.lea. in our own country.'J she sees that the Union and the Constitutions
ral powers and duties! as are usually siren! lo In another letter late 13 the
and excitement. so as Sept. ,
: (prise Nov. 15.--Receipts to date ne .I.ti.11ment; Of Factories he
I such bodies. Banking corporations and lot. present to made the means and instrument ofI .
Tile larMau? journals publish the following ; I writer asks! (there which
'-" iI: important telegraphic despatch from Gen. La. I' levies are prohibited and all other corpora. from 1st Sept. 1849, 79,887 bales, against means for relieving and hem-fining the poor,, her ruin, then It is that she will have no part "I any way by you

r, inorcire: to the Minister of Foreign Affairs( : : lions, except for municipal purposes, are to be 100,959 bales same time last year, a falling against which none of the objections of tb e I or lot in either. Right minded men in the I i could' be induced to think! more favorably of

J established under general; laws, the stockholders political economists will lie. And the cabinet ? If you would give the
uffuf',1,0i2bales. no oppor North
October and know this
ST. PtttTRfiBfAO, 18. perceive ; and on ibis
I liable all debts.
: to be individually fur cabinet a liberal would find that
tunities are now offered in which the rich support you
Count Nesfelrode notified yesterday the I: Some considerable del.ale occurred upon a SAVANNAH, Nov. 13.-Receipts same pe can 1 )ground they base the most strenuous opposition -
'; Ottoman that the in. i! do much in thc of I your infl'jence wo ld be unlimited. I can get
Emperor so Benevo
Envoy 1: provision which allows corporations to bej : riod in 1849, 53,417 bales, against :53,210, way Charily I to the Wilmnt, Proviso and schemes of
: to consideration the letter of the Sultan, con. i j lence and in you the advertisements, think, and if paces.sari .
I formed for receiving deposits of gold and isle Philanthropy our midst, as i in 1
fined himself demand that the I | j being, an increase of 231 ,bales as compared I kindred fanaticism. ]In evidence of which, .
Ion Hungarianrefugees It that, under such '" .. these establishments.} an acknowledgement your-eerricte,
vcr. was urged a pro -- building up 1 licit t// c t
should be from :'I with 1843. we quote with unfeigned pleasure the fallow
; expelled Turkey.Gen.
r and of their in
tision, an irresponsible system of banking an explanation neglect not
Lamorcier is to be recalled from Ru. poor, destitute and ignorant, may he collected I j l ing language of the New York a IE I "
I might grow up ; but the section was finally Foil MOBILE, Nov. 9.-Receipts in 1849,44- i HepuLlc. giving them to you before. I

tia AUSTRIA and given an important -post.The fiends who i i amended as to answer all objections, and, in 393 bales, same time in 1843, 40,5551alt>s, together, furnished with work which will amply !j t paper E claiming to he the organ of the regular Surely after having made such efforts to j J
ANU HUNGARY. that I remunerate their labors supplied wilh of that State
shape! pissed Democracy :
are nicknamed rulers in Austria, not satisfied. | an increase of 3,833: bales. I f secure the support of tbe Herald, the cabinetare
schools for their
i The members of the Assembly!: are to be children, and churches and

with the human blood they have Flied, still l elected annually, nnd the members of th. The aggregate; receipts at the above fourpoints religious instruction for themselves. The account I The South must know, the honest Democracy ) estopped from pleading its bad character, ,

continue their ran;;uinary caieer. The| i Senate arc to hold; their offices for two year. / from tat September, )1848, legates: are I of the entire country must know, thil ih*? as a defence again t its attacks. Further j
wretch has been Civil and so deeply interesting which we sometime
IIa\nau appointed u Democratic in the State of New York "
; One half of the Senate is to be elected annual parly
What will the ,think
bales bales more. nation of
:346,473 against 421,462 same an
Military\ Governor of Hungary. <' ly. No can be a member of the Legi since published, of revolution which the will not, by silence at a lime like this, give

A circular of Ivossuth i if circulating in PcMh, i latuic person who has not been a resident of the;- I time in 1849, showing a falling off of 74,934 Graniteville Factory of South Carolina i i' cause for suspicion that they countenance or Administration which,to sustain: itsdf is ready

in which he assures his countrymen that he :, !bales. sustain the doctrine of Free but t to bribe and the public} Iftbesa
\ State one year, in addition to other qualificationc. working in the character, mental and moral, ojm ; they corrupt press.
has removed the clown of St. Stephen snleh ------- will in !
,' proclaim, language' not to misunderstood be genuine letters from an officer, oftbft.gov.
for the : the coronation of- of the i ignorant and Sandhill popula-
California degraded
J 4 purpose rendering: that they cannot and will have
I The number of members of Assembly is not any I I ernmet, and we have, no reason to doubt it,
a member of the house of Hapsburgh! l7nlmssihile. lion in its vicinity-this account is doubtless alliance wilh set of who
: is contained |
r'neterto be less than twenty.four, nor more Highly important intelligence any men recognise! t they retell of the
t [ one most transo *
than ihitty-six, until the number of the inhabi. fresh in the minds of our reader and makes and advocate doctrines that are intended disgraceful
in the last letters from California. The cvi.r .! action
'J' of of which the
There is Interest cabinet has been
V CI&EY.- nothing :' tants in the State shall amount to one hundred 1 I it unnecessary for us to sketch this most altractivc array one section of the Union against tie j'l guilty.
dence ofan almost exhaustless
from TUlJiI')'. The Polish and Hungarian: quintily' genet ) l other, and which, carried
thousand: and alter that period at such ratio, of successfully nut
: ,. : refugees have been J provided wilh new quar.tcr i ih'itlhc whole number of"members of Assembly in that country, seems to be strengthened aspect Factory enterprses. '\c i I' must sooner or later result in its rrssott rtoN." CUBA. .

*. I: shall never be lees than thirty, nor more than: rather( than weakened, by the last reports. only ad.l i, there is probably in nearly everyCounty Nothing has paralyzed the people of the
a. KoRsuth nr.d the other Hungarian leaders! in Florida Let the South resolutely and ,
a population sufficient t unitedly
\ eighty. The Senate is never to con.iM t of/ The Constitutional Convention has doubt.t poor south-west more, (after tbe reckJesnes of
remain at Widden until measures: am taken to with laborers j through the imposing form of a Southern
j less than one-third than one-half ; supply one or more factories j I great
nor more of
f9r their ultimate liberation. Sir: SlralfuniCanning {II est! before .llitv |tuna arlnpled an iiutrurnont of the administration and the \Vhj?: leaders, iniorceing
ilM- number! or me Afes> ; bo Convention, take her stand in behalf of the
j &I'I\IJlf. population benefited ,
has% wnt Icspnrts; !>; to Gen. Guyon', j I Some division of Government; under the provision of which, ThS might to a most General Tyto compromise his
the Irish. Hungarian General and other Brit opinion rose on a pro. gratifying extent by such. eslal}, | Constitution, and her own rights, as guaranteed
hmentl.- I
\ position made by I McCarvor!\ : to t slavery will excluded. : 1 honor) than the cold callous, and cruel t poli-
;, ish 6Uljtctsbo had been in the service of prevent that instrument
Employment and its gains would be furnish I by and the real friends :
Hungary. i I free persons! of color from settling I in Cal.f.lr. In regard to the emigrants by the overland { j l cy eerie i present Regeacry, in strengthening=
nia and also ed ro those now suffering alike from the I of the Union eveiy where will be cncouragcd. f
: SPAIN.-The new American :Minister\ hasformally I to prevent slaveholder from route, the accounts tend to relieve the anxiety coi10 i the hands: of the damnable despotism now do-
| bringing slaves into the Stale for the ruption and need engendered by idleness. Northern men, whose sympathies are
.' presented himself and with much purpose so generally and painfully felt. Previous j! minineering, with impunity, user the lovely
', : truth and skill disclaimed, in the name of the I liberating them. It finally passed the Corn in relation to their The old monks used to say, Work is wore with us, will b emboldened to join us forth !j ,
ports suffering I island of
: luttee; of the whole! but it hits been looked were probably Cuba. The story of this despotism
President of the United States, the doings of ; ship." With labor and industrious applica- preservation of tbe Constitution and the Con .
since as the much exa:,p.rated. I' ,I is familiar the
upon jeoparding ratification of I 1 to republicans of Louisiana
patty who proposed to seize upon Cuba. I lion the morals of this federacy against that which i ifsuccessfully I' !
the constitution and -- ---- ------ population would be fantm ,
by Congre
as ibis feeling I
INCLANn.1'he much I and and detestation of the
English;; preside vote The Seminole Indiana. Mississippi tyrants
tile greatly improved children carried out, would? destroy both
i ; was gaining ;ground, House probably! : now growing up ,
fpace to the consideration of the Canadian is a sentiment t tbnt overmasters all other feel ling
Annexation question. Of the Address, ihe I will strike it out. Our readers doubtless read with deep in. in ignorance, might be educated and trainedto I Not that we pretend to say there (any pro I These
the anxiety
London Time says, whomsoever prepared A Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secrej (crest, the report which we last week published habits of temperance and industry ;-in a slavery men in the North-for we believe men compare greedy
j I tary of State, Comptroller, Treasurer Atla of the present administration, in offering i its[
or concocted, it reflects great credit on the r of (the speeches of the Indian Chiefs, word, the progressive and certain elevationand there are none- there are,we rejoice to say,
skill and : nay General, and Surveyor General constitutethe services to act the constable! for in thegulf
tact, adroitness of its authors.of Spain
Executive Department.: Billy Bowlegs an Assinwar, at the late Coun 1 improvement of large class of human not a few in ih it portion of our country who
They all a
Speaking the Annexation of Canada to the j are and to arrest all those or
United States the lo hold their offices for two years. cil. Those speeches, delivered with so much beings secured. know that if ihe Union is preserved, it must t suspected the I
Times the conduct
says dire of
design the chains of the
the British Government will be directed by The Governor and Lieutenant Governor earnestness, feeling, and unaffected and unpretending I. Will'lthe rich neglect the means of doing be a it was bequeathed to us by its founders, rending op*

"'r motives of prudence nnd interest alone. Ifthey I are to he elected by [general ballot ; the Secrc. I eloquence, contain we think, good thus presented, of which they avail with the rights of all its great members hld {pressed, with the course of former Democratic

j tary of the Stale to be appointed by the Gov.ernor may arfrristrations; in t It Texas when
think do without regard: ) our
they Canada
can then!', and with conclusive evidence that the Seminoles can themselves with no personal sacrifice ? sacred and inviolate. Knowing this, such .
tend then only will they give it by advice and consent of ----- citizens went to that country with r in
up. They the Senate the and only be removed by force. One-uf them, -- men are ready to oppose abolitionism as eminently .,
Comptroller three
; ether free in New
will not cede the harbors which must I Negroes York. their hands, without
ever Stale officers be elected Assinwar, said and hazardous to tbe Union. But what intcfton, assuming the
command the mouth of the St. Lawrence, and are by the Le"islalure distinctly emphatically; It "i be seen from the following Rsoll. entire

protect the trade of the Atlantic. I in joint ballot for the first term, and I I will not go, noi will my people. I want tions that the Free Negroes of New York enccuragement have they to action while the I,. responsibility conduct in aiding

COMMERCIAL INTILLICINI c.Lirerpoo.lbr.3.Collun.'the 1' I afterward by the people at the general Stateelection. no time to think or talk about it, for my mindis not at all pleased with the candidates of South herself remains supine and indicisive, be; lone star" to win her int penden .--
An effort was made in the I Cuba, like Texas
demand : r t Com. i is hi the hands of base
for Cotton a
made Hilly Bowlegs is stated t 16 ha'espolicn divided, and inactive ? Their
of the up. warnings against -
mince whole to strike out the the Democratic at the late electing
t office of party and
lias subsided, both from the trade and bloody roaster, and will
rpecula. Humanity
Common 1 Comptroller, but it failed. It will, however, to the same effect ,as Assinwar, and Though not particularly pleased with the abolitionism are met by the taunt that rejoice
tors. have
qualities receded
.. while other qualities remain without chang;jd., be again pressed in thc House! and at the even, with more wildness of{,bruit. Whigs, CufTee determined to support (them ] the South cannot be driven into disunion ha when, like Texas, she is one of the stars in

The sales of the week amount to 42,000 bales, office motion is will totally be unnecessary successful. we trust: that the The feeling thus exhibited: was not uncx the "best" that could be done. I Is likely a) that she will submit to an)thing and everything Destin constellation P of States. And such is her

Ipecu1atotllaking 10,300: American andcxpor.ters The Governor has the usual powers, in. peeled by the people of Florida. The indisposition that this vote turned the scale in the contest. -that their fears the Coufederacj )- enns.lh'aTian.

Upland 730.and Tne.ommiuee'squutationsforfa Mobile is Orleans !! Ir eluding the veto, and the privileges:: and duties of the lrsge to comply with the The following Resolution were adopted at a from anti-slarery encroachment ar alt Removal of Colonel Butler
In the manufacturing; districts only GJ.a moderate of his office do not vary materially: from those terms of the Treaty of [Pajne's Landing is meeting of il..:e gentry, a few days previous visionary. But let the South with coolness, The removal by Gen. Taylor of the gallant

.' business is going; forward. In foreign of all other States in the Union. The other well known. The fact is, barbarians Ib,\" l to the election. : deliberation, firmness, and unanimity, take her Col. Ruler one eerie bravest and mosfdu.inguishcd .

produce markets, though there, is a good dc.rnand State with officers/ those correspond in duties and pow.ers they be. '11.1! <" ,cell appreciate the value of Resolved, That in the opinion of this meeting t. stand in behalf of the Constitution and her officers of the ann ytl'uringth* list

..... and prices are fully sustained. The article relative generally to ascribed the miJiiia them., as passed the country which they now hold in poslessioll.Their it is the solemn duty of the ten or twelve rights-say to those who would overthrow war with England, from the office- of
---- --- survey
Henry Clay on Sourhroul.---Henry-!- Clay'sopinionhave in the committee of the whole, is substantial I I attachment does not arise from ancEs.tral of hundred New York coloied, to exercise voters in the the city and county them "thus far shall thou come and no fur- or general of Florid., is one of tie most dis-

.. been quoted upon many subject ly such as {is found in other State constitutions, associations and time hallowed memoriesfor and to vindicate the right which the\ iher"-and she will find every where those graceful acts which has been perpetrated bye
'hose sourkrout is that also relative amendments. the settlement of these Indians South possess name at each
-.: upon are quite as decided as as to in and election. who will join her in the preservation and this
.! thing he has uttered if the The boundary, judicial and educational every disgraced) administration. The whole
any following st a. Florida dates back only u few years-but fin nl That the doctrines fence of both.
ry be true."Henry. questions( were not decided upon at last ad. "lcsolred set forth in circumstances connected with that removal!
(ho inducements which the Peninsula holds the
Clay, dined recently with tbe Ex-1; 'ices, but it was supposed the Convention' Democracy, at Tumany Hall, on We cannot doubt that the people of Florida are detailed in the Fetter we be-
the 29th October is "bie
President, Matlin Van Uur'n,at Lindenwald. would adjourn in all, the first week in Octobcr. out to them in the unequalled mildness of its of and unworthy rflhe name will heartily unite in behalf of the proposed low from Col. Hi/tier to Butcher Ewing cot, and
:.t The desert consisted of crullers, olecockt climate, and thp exhaustless abundance of I II. its Democracy, meets our universal disc P
;r... sucketoth, owgreetchecs. &c. 1\f\ r. Caly ox The Pacific News states thai 3 seamen at. 1 fi.h and game. is an Indian Elisyum; probation." Convention. \c hope that! our cote mpor a- the chivalrous people Tennessee will mk
'" ; pressed a wish to see that "twelve acres of inched lo the U. S. schooner!, Ewing, seized I Resolved, That the candidates nominated ries of the press will express their sentimentsfrankly their own comments upon conduct of this' no-
it is destined to be of the whiles, when its resources the coalition of the
reclaimed land," much Lieut. Gibson the officer in by Democrats and FreeSoilers and explicitly. The action of party" administration. Col.
... bog so talked of d u. command, and our last Butler i is a better -
t ring the election, whichIr.!\ Van ]IJuren took> threw him overboard, and then made their shall be unfolded, and its capacity{ are unworthy the confidence of I free Legislature pointed to the meeting such a soldier and a better man than Gen. Taj-

., great I pleasure>> in showing !him. On their reoi escape in the boat. He however, dragged I develop. The 1 people of Florida think they people, and ought to be defeated at the coming resolution which o lor and the honor
election and that body, a it of the is outraged
will by
turn, a tureen filled to the brim with sourkroutwas Iwo of them with him, when severe struggle have been long enough shut out from this de.lighlful wo use our utmost iiQuenco t. unanimously country t
.5 tn cflect the 6ame. adopted : being, we believe, the first State when this "no-paily" President the
in ac. uses f
set before him. Clay put his handkerchief place the water, but he finally made abode. They do most earnestly insist
...,r lo his nose, and with a whew,' said I : his escape from them, and his cries attracted '* Resolved, That the best 1 front at present lion in relation thereto. One of the I re a- powcr conferred upon him by the "genet.

's Van, I've lived long, and encountered as a boat from the shore when he was rescued that the Indians be l FpeediJ. They see presented by the two great political parties, lotions in relation to questions in controversy ous confdence" the people, a a reward

;', strong opposition as any ether man, but to I be, I in a dying condition, but happily restored I by use in further Couldis. T.e}hope nothing all is that that fthe wish Whigs ; which whilst it is not t between the North and the South," was in I thefolowing t for his military service, and !(his plcdga
we assist
frank with"ou, I never encountered anythingtfute ) 1< prompt medical aid. The sailors escaped jt from dclaJs. They haJlWe'er., abundant yet we wi and cause 1 that had
words "no
eand detachment in of them. our political strength to fell-hoping that : he enemies to punish, no fied
... as strong this. a was pursuit faith in the energy, sagacity and skill of Gen. |
.;' Com. Ap. C. Jones!, in a letter to the Pa. Twiggs ; and deem it fortunate for their I in- others may be induced to outstrip them in the Resolved, That, knowing no party names' to reward," to remove i from office the veterans .

'. Our street were vocal the other day with' cific News says that (the Ewing does not belong race of freedom, in acknowledging the a por political divisions, on questions involving r in of former wars, at the instigation of Toi*

:, the farewell songs of he( negroes<< mmumiitcdby to tile Navy, but is atlachvd to the Coast recoils, that the enterprise has been entrusted pressed .American rights." their settlement and consequences the character :. Ewing, the abolition butcher from Ohio.Xashcilfe .-

.. I" .. tbe will oldie late Mr. Otway Carter. : Survey. to such hands. We believe, if properly sec. property and lives of those whom we .
,1' represent Union.
= The
: They were passing through the village on' ended by the authorities at Washington, he Clerk of the Su- we are ready, heart and soul, with a

: \'t. their way to Pennsylvania. We learn that It is l not what we cam, but what we save, will effect all that his distinguished reputation preme Court of the United States publishes in united front, to join Virginia, the Carolina, District of Columbia.

'. there were moit (ban eighty of(hem, includ. that makes us rich. It is* not what we eat; the. Washington Union the following Rule and the other Southern States, in taking such
all sizes but leads us to anticipate. Far better judges than : A project has been set foot for the re*
and what that on
Ing age, sexes. They wereunder we digest makes us fat. It is adopted h the Court at its last Session measures for the defence/ of our rights, and the
'.t i. w the charge of Mr. Burrows, the exec not what we read, but what remember, that ourselves, speak of the steps which ho. has ) : preservation of ourselves, and those whom Irocession to Maryland of that rr'tioa'how

."It tor ,.11\Ir.\! Carter. makes: us learned. All this is very sic n. already taken as marked by prudence, wi. That!UL'':counsel OF COURT-No. 5:3.-0rdecc: hold dear, as the highest wisdom of all t te'e the whole, of the District Columbia lying
no will be may :
If Mr. Burrows wishes secure for these; pie, but it is woitli remembering. dom and discretion' : wo (doubt not he \ill|( it? tbe of case permitted in this ape a (whether through a Southern Convention or on the Norlher side of the Potomac. 'rbatpint
tit negroes a friendly reception in the State t ti to I A civil of London has argumeijt any more otherwise "
i engineer ) and
)..r,:: 'bich they are going he should, before en.toring retie Adrniralily to send 'to the northern proposed accomplish all that can be effected with. uch: than Iwo hours without the special leave of suggest devise. of the District- lying South of the River

.A r !Peiinsyhania, break thc company into or more vessels laden wilh gun cotton, with stas one materiel as ho has at his dips osal.* the court granted before tbe argument begins" NEW YORK has already become a part of Virginia. If

b a-1"! small parties and disguise them 1 as runaway which 'lo explode .the {ice and open a Might not the Supreme Court of Florid, ELECTION.-It seenv that the the remainder Is surrendered lo Jlarjland
They will 'Ihen be( received with open arms, John Franklin's! ships.Jrouncd. lhcUGA ti.-Tbe Democrats have giventhe with advantage to the public, and comfort to Anli.Renters phije'd\ au important part t in theN. is hoped that one channel through which

'y::; ri and feasted on the fatted calves. But Jet united army of Whigs and Free Soils rs Y. Election. made
themselves the They their ticket
.-A little eon of An eronl\roore\ adopt same Rulc-miUing, up Northern ( have for exasperated
.; .t their true character be known, and they will an overwhelming defeat in Gen. Cass: own; by antis years
; drowned Richmond Va. however equally on that of the
at the
was those and
,oA driven back John'Ran. on Sunday, I exception. Surely alt ur- Whigs the South, and weakened tile band of the
) as were
probably [ I State. Democratic
by falling from a bridge in orbit fa. Go\'cror, Go\'cror Democrals-the.
presence who have occupied two the consequence of which
{: dulph's manumitted negroes, when seeking t to nays days; to great seems Union will be forever closed. The All-
(her, who could not swim. and} State Printer, hare been elected Toi. be
to that tho
'. cnicrjhe State of Ohio. So true, it is, that t j i detriment and danger of their lungs, in one offices are about equally devi-i landers are said to! be deeply interested in .the

r it is not love of the slave but hatred of the Conrcr'ted-A Catholic gentleman, in N. | tbe Senate they have elected 'a far n bcar argument, would be brought under great o h. ded between the two parties ; those can d!I- I in behalf of which friend of
York project, t
is aid to have turned Jew to many ,
,mwicr ,that' actuates the philanthropic Abolutionuti. i I p'rau a from 9 memht'r.-thl WMgIl ; to tha Ilctt :0 ligalions dates ,of each which
r, he
lo ( Court (he cetabliahmenlsuch were supported the
'. Jaii with whom be is to be married :U4 Iha by of, by the Union in the North, arc reported to.8deeply _
;t .-Warrcnton ((1'i.) Flog. Whtgs'lo.. | a Ruler Anti Rent Faction haying been elected. interested.lPr .

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Cotton Culture in India.It New Orleans Correspondence. FLORIDA,TOBACCO_ -FLORIDA PRODUCTS.Weare 4 .'dalT.UARY.; New Goods, 6tc. FIantati1t8iW _

will be seen by the following article from NEW O .'.L"S, Nov. 7, 1849. gratified to learn that our Gadsden Died or.the Wh intlant after' a few days illness, DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, HARD WARE, 'sde Plantation known on Fort whicR Sf3"l'tlbt11'Ibjft inbsCribtr ia fiftw ffptr SoUth reX -

Election Three for the Democracy friends have FLORIDAANNinfamzt daughter of \fr"Franci& and .: ', BOOTSand SHOES, ic. as
cheer fine
the London Morning Chronicle that the cf. TJ county crops of(he va I. Just received and for sale'hyGEOlmE of Tallahassee, andiramrtJbterjrwiTna!+ Paint

which have been forth the !I uuble: tobacco, which they cultivate so suc. Mrs. J. A. Payne/agM l three years and ten month H. BEST WICK Road, TIereare about 140 acres endeared Land'.

forts put during EDITORS Although the election ccssfully ; and we are also informed that In the death Of this most interesting and promising November 1840. 4S '. under good repairs, >comntorta'breto'g House, with
few to make India a cotton.growing lESRS. : the necessar'ouli: >\' ;figTcf: any person wishing -'
years 5th thv-y;: obtain a good price for the article. child, (affectionate and devoted parents have ---
Monday, the ballots could pur. Bsresstbis Plantation
to ? in I Turpentine
_ country that might rival the United States, not be counted, and the result ascertained, un. chasers being ready and! anxious buy, which suffered th, heaviest bereavement. They have tu.'t For Sale _ata Bargain.A engagJ is a_;-KXn"es5rable qng/M the rt e u; orj'pro.*

Jjave entirely failed.! til about 10 o'clock this morning. The Dem. shows that the supply by na means exceeds their iofei'and only] one. .PAIR family HORSES-yopng and visions can.' bV7aise'l"rrtBe premises' and there i i. *
W, if
the demand. gentle-wiltbe st at a bargain '. !ch rCtht.bnd. TbeTallahasw
large bod of Pins tree tt r
44 We regret' to notice the failure and a1mndonment ocratic guns, which, now thunder in our city, It is But may theyrememb". < r the child they so deaflyIravc L. applied for jioori together with'm snug 'an Jtorkii: Rail RidicfrotDfOGr; f r
of the in cultivation tell in loud the of not generally knotfn in llie United loved Carriage, nraHjr-- .;;.r\ppIy at this Office ,
experiments cotton tones tidings a triumph fo ; laniily five mile. and a t adii if )n, th,. WakaU* Ri er i$

that haTe been carried on, under Dr. popular rights' and correct principles J The States that he tobacco above referred lo"and -Is \ ?feacr,1Iut from eaTIb fo'bearen is feraoved, November 17..1S40.. ,"' .,.. 4.:i'PainKiller: ., : 4. about ihrre.mile*..from, the; l'bnt"ioqbue; the

whelm hasaaryet J"crqrown'nowberc.t& h'nt. wlA .. .. . Turpentine be l tanked and boat down 10 S-
Wright's superintendence, at M ad riis. This victory is compite and unprecedented. The .Yn
!1" enterprise, which had fr Its object the proelectionof majority of Walker and Plauche in Parishof extent except in Gadsden county,finds ready Enjoying I the bctttnxs! which heaven alone can jvej* . Kilier Mark Also, SCW or CtbuhctgoI' Corn, some 'Ut
th maikct: in Germany, being FRESH supply ofPeiryDaviPaha .just or 3,1)00 pound *( f',dJ. ,. and a quantity. Sweet
an article Jess palpably inferior to- New Orleans is near upon 300-making principally bip.pedto A received. and for sale by Potatoes, will'tuioJd witb' t he land. if. apnlicctioD% 4

the cotton of America, than the present badly their election certain ; for it was admitted by Biemen and pays the planter as high astwenty.five AUCTION. T. '.WHITE & CO.,,Agents. is made stxm to the subscribFT oi>the prems;whenthe -

picked and indifferent Indian! commodity: was till! that, unless the Whigs could leave this par. cents for the fin quality.What N November 17, 1849. 4: terms, &c. will be mad )UtOWh. *
Monday, 3J December will be sold before our BENJAMIN BYRD.
makes '
and lavhlily the i ih a thousand ahead, there was no hope for culture of to'mcco so prof- O
zealoukly, even supported by Auction Room,
Dissolution of JS41.1i tf
itaWe} to is the fact Co-partnership. Fort StansbntyNo. 17, .
)locnl government ; but the late failure of a their candidates. The Congressional candi. planters, that iris almost a Ten prime Mules. and a likely Negro Girl, Sentinel .
heretofore exiatin between copy.MoNaught
similar experiment in Bengal, after an outlay date La Sere, is elected by a majority which surplus tobacco crop-they being able 'lo make a aced 18 years. THE co-partnership subscribers, under the style of WILSON !t ----- .

(if about 100,1)00) had already given fair probably ciceeds this. The Democrats of I crop, and at the same time ta make BERRY & ItOWLES, Auctioneers. VAN WYCK is this day dissolved by mutual con & Onnond ..

warning of the probable !Issue of Dr. Wright's i the city have: also elected by a smal three-quarters of a cotton crop, and enoughprovision November, 1S19. 43 2t sent. The business of the firm will be settled bv HAVE now received their fall stock. comprising s

ffforts in the sister presidency., Considered ((27,) Lewis, their candidate !ajoritJ I besides. Fodder cannot well be --- -- -- either ot! the late partners.JOHN and well selected 3*crtcnt of ill art'-

made with tobacco, but the loss of this I Carriage Repository. T. J. WILSON, cls usually called (for,viz:
to the cultivation of the Justices, Constables &c. In. crop
ns a scientific attempt improve many C. C. VAN WYCK.
lie E HULL having made Diy goods-coarse, fine, and fancy ,:
and the mode of cleansing heretofore deed, to be short, in the expressive languageof may learn compensated perhaps by the hay which D.. at the North for Buggiesjind Tallahassee November 171819. 45 3t Shoes, Kersevs Linseys, Osnaburgs, tc"-: -. \

practised India, i was undoubtedly interesting a Gadsden f friend, they have *' licked 'em we some of our planters manage to cure _ Carriages of a superior quality.will -- Vankets. Haft, Caps, aid Hosiery -f

and may possibly have already exercised out complete !" from the grass to be found in the fields. rt-cerre a supply by every vessel, and ofiVr them Receiving from New York Ready made Clothing, Cloaks,Umbrellas, Pafciolsv t

a. beneficial influence : But if it was prompt.ed That the Democrats would elect their Gov.crnor As yet none but new lands have been cultivated low. torcash. The Carriage Repository will be in PER Brig Emeline a large assortment of Japaned .c.. .
for tobacco, the cut-worm BartlttlV Brick Building. fancy articles of Tin-ware, embracing most l1ard\nre/rin\uf'* ood\'urt. and CI Jctr1" -
by any hope restoring cotton to the plane and Lieutenant Governor, they confi. such an extent in the old lands prevailing to AI o.at the old stand, next door to Hopkins & ot the articles in our line. Also on hand, a few cf Salt. lront Nail, Paints, Oil*, and Varnishes, y ]

it once held' in the export trade ofindia, we dently expected ; but that the city of New Or. as to prove very l\Ie inr.ji.he will keep constantly on band Saddle*, Empire's Patent Cooking Stoves, Air-tight and Cottage -' Coflee. Flour, Bacon, and other Groceries.- ,.

sorry to that no project could well have leans would throw a majority in their favor, destructive to the plant ; we have n: doubt, JridUtJHartingrilei. Harness and Carriage Trim- Stoves for parlors Patent Pumps, SugarDippers Together with a great variety 6f lfaefutt Orna'

been l\t more chimerical.say The changes effected when we recollect the immense majority for however, b it the kill and energy of our far. mi7r!_ r all kind, Trunks, Carpet Bags, lvalues, and Skimmers of different sizes, and a general inrntitl, and Fancy.1tt dt8.'o' which they respectfully .
mers will enable them to provide a Caljkin6. Linin .skill.*.and all other Good usually assortment of manutactured Tin Ware. t invite the attention of pirrchaoers promise
in the India export trade within the last half Taylor, given scarcely a year ago, was a re. remedy touad veil low for cash .
for this evil and that all rich and in a aruiXiing store of this description. We are prepated to execute job work inTin. Cop. to really of ,produce.MCNAKCHT
century arc far too significant to admit of a suit scarcely looked for by the most sanguine. strong Norember2i, JS49. 4j.n( : I per, and Sheet Iron, Roofing,&c. Orders Irom cityor & ORMOSD also exptrctfhrooRTft

doubt on that hcid. Fifty years ago, India I expect that the Whigs will begin to peiceive having the right kind chemical constituents country promptly attended to. the 'eaon. to purchase and advance on COTTON.,.

shipped to (this country cotton goods to the ,'al.uo that the people are not satisfied with the in its soil, will bo made to produce good to. ; Fancy and Staple Goods. T. WHITE & CO. Newport Fla.. November W.!$' 44

of three millions sterling ; in f.ict it paidits course of Taylor, or rather with the course of bacco. THE particular; attention of the trading public i- November 17, I9t9.. 4: -New--Goods-- '. S
-- ---- -- -- ---- ---
What with! rice, indigo, tobacco Sea \ tn oy new Stock of Fall[ and Winter
sugar ,
tribute in At the
cotton. ( present time, the his irresponsible Cabinet cabal-and that BEL AIR ACADEMY
Island and Goods, which.are'being sold on terms as low as can ) TUST receivinand now opening.pertrrgOclhla.
proces is exactly)' reversed and India imports (hey will learn that, although humbug and deception staple cotton, tropical fruits be found at any store in this city or elsewhere The [NEAR TALLAHASSEE, FLA.,] i') a s'-neral ai rnent of all kind of foreign and
Uritish manufacture of American: cotton to may so far prc\'ai in times of politicalexcilemnent -productions willyeldanJ our stock embrace every vaiiely of f FANCY GOODS, WILLIAM S. BOGART, A. M., PRINCIPAL. : domestic gn
the same amount. The causes which have to in climate: will allow of being ctilivated with uch as November 10. It!. 44 S. FBURNF.Y.. .
as place a man or a part rriilE FIFTH SESSION of this Institution will "

conspired to produce this result were im. iti. power, something else is required' fo sustain success-'ho live oak, juniper, cedar; and Plain and finned Silks, ) Cambrics, Linen, I I i begin i on Monday December 3d. Two years For Sale .'-
or Exchange.
them there. pitch pine of our fircsts-our turpentine, and Sjtin% i'laii; and figured. t): Laces, Edsrinm, have now elapsed since its organization, and ifg Jl'- '
ble.In SwU and other Muslins, f Bareges, Gimps Moles and a Wa:on., Roller and" SaCin..
the first t, though not least, our heries-our State cess thus far warrants the belief that a permanent FIVE
place the inventions of liar- The election day was remarkably quiet.- Cashmere- Laincs Ribbons Gloves sale exchange for of Horace
offers inducements the skilful and ) .C., school both winter and summer, can be maintained or a pair good
greave; and Aikwright soon rendered it far I observed at the different\ polls I visited much I strong to Alpacas Lawns, ) in Eel Air. To parents af a distance, who have and a two Horse Wagon. "
cheaper (for the Indian consumer to purchase less intemperance and diaordeily conduct than industrious agriculturalists, not lo be surpassedby with a splendid assortment cf other fancy Good* : f sand t their children from home, an opportunity i iI November 10. IS.f\J. 44. JOHN P. DUVAL..

IJrilish fabiic than: to weave them himself.In I anticipated. I have seen much inure at an the much coveted Liland of Cuba, nor by too numerous to enumerate, principally bought at I here uttered for th -ir education, in a situation noted -------- I

the next place! the capital! and mechanical election in Tallahassee. any of the most favored regions of the New the celebrated STEWART establishment in Broadway for its health, and remote from the usual incentivesto Coffee, Flour, &c. "

\orld. Nature has here been lavish of her expressly: for this market. idleness. Board may be obtained on very reasonable BARl\ELsbpst brand Northern Ft-i'r *
fclvill which since the ho
introduction of A delegation of Seminole: chiefs passed Mv stock also embraces a superior assortment of terms. Pupils of both sexes ate received, and ""s i du do do do da,'" "r
thaw gin, in 1793 have been through this city, on their way' to Florida, a bounties-we only need the sweat of ma.n'gLrow PRY UfJOD's, wiili every variety ol J'lantation t thi* arrangement, alter a sufficient r trial, i is believedto :&) bags best Rio Coffee, '

the Americans the cleaning of the have day or two since. I understand it is thought to yield rich fruits to n>\"rJ Jib Indus Goods, Groceries, Boots Shoes., Hats, Cups, 'Se., be attended with some important advantage*. In. Im 0 do do Java do .* t

giwn their product an excellence pos .the IIY the authorities that t they will be of servicein try. ,. 4.c.,' unsurpassed l lIy any ever before offered.OH struction i is given in the Classics, the Jlfataematiet, 10 boxes bet chew ing Tobacco f
The vaunted advantages held out by the and examine D. C. WILSON. the French language, and all the branches of a 10 do common chen ing Tobacco"t' \
Indian planter cannot approach. The resuU bringing the Indian difficulties in your I No\'e.'ber 2S l, 154!. 40 complete English education. The tuition lee are 5 bbU. Crushed Sugar, ...
friends Texas turned the lido of _.
() emigrationaway .
has been a depress! of f the one trade an ex. State to a close, I by persuading their brethren -- --- respectively 10, $20, and :23 pet session of five 5 boxes Loaf do ;

tension of the other, so prodigious that, in the to emigrate. I would respectfully suggest thata from Florida. Our Indian war did a Dissolution of Partnership. I' months with $10 extra for French. May and November Young II>'son, Black ami Imperial Teas.:

word* of Mr. M'Culloch, there is nothing in few warriors be sent over-they would, gooddcah towards the same ult-but we are partnership in the practice of Law exfot- are the vacations. Circulars, containing Jtut received t.and for sal by .*
the of led to think, from what we have seen and TIlE' between the undersigned! for the lat six full particulars, may be obtained of the Principal.The November 3. 1S44. 43 S. F. BURNEY:
to with it doubtless be of the
history industry compare Unless eminent service to GO. with
testimonial !
heard that second ,under the name and slv Jf of LO.NC WALKER following I appended pleasure:
"sober thought" has conrinccd years
J it be the of the ,
growth manufacture in eminent in its wise and laudable measures fur was dissolved by mutual consent Ou :Jhe 20th instant. TALLAHASEENOV. 14, IS 19. Lot No 179,
this In 1700, America did not export the temovul of the-whites. many who passed by Florida to go far. i Our joint attention; &runfiri-hed b.jsie's{ will con-
coultrj. As former and present patrons of the Bel Air Academy Monroe street 113 f er. 4 inche* fronf, 17/
pound. In 1634: she exported Yours TEMPO. ther West, that they erred in so doing ;i and : tinue t tc be given except in cases where a different we take pleasure ii stating that, for the past O feet bock, will divided into three e'qnal lots,*

as much u al the rest of the world put to. ------- we are the more convinced that such fs the arrangement may be agreed upon and we .re both I two years, the Institution has been conducted by Mr. whichnllbe. offered for sale severally at the Court

geth.r. in 1846, out of 467,856,274 {FOR THE FLORIDIAN .JOURNAL.] fict, from having seen and heard ofa number! of authorized to settle and recf'iredeb' due the fiifn. WILLIIM S. BOGART, to our entire satisfaction. House on the first Monday in,December next;. '-fJ

Ins. into this : THE TEETH. persons, who had been to Louisiana and Tex. DAVID S. WALKER has taken an office tar the I His qualifications as an intr"ctor-t.i*correct view I. JAMES T AftciiER. *'
imported country, 401,949,39 and "located" presunt over the store of Silai F. Burney. government! -hi* high moral character and his TERMS-One half cash,the remainder at twelvemonths -"
but satisfied that
Ids. came fiom the United States while! as becoming MEDICUS LONG continues in the .(Ece heretofore "
only In every age and country, even the I gentral depoitment as a sentlemin: -proteins ability drawing interest at eight per centand secured -
34,546,143 were supplied by the East Indies rudest and most barbarous nations among these Florida afforded better advantages to the plan. acetified by himself and Mr. Walker.M. to conduct successfully a classical i school of a by lien on the premises.

Iud Ceylon use. ter, have returned and settled in our Stale.-. A. LONG. high order- Our connection with this school patrons November 3, 1510'43 .
ful and beautiful organs have attracted alter;. D. S. WALKER. it --
ApalachicoJa Advertiser. enables tn to commend to t the favorable no- -
Alrcttdj opium, indigo, and, in a minor de. lion, and been regarded as being of great importance ----- -- T-ilIlhassee, Nov. 21. IS.!. 4G 3t tice of those having childen to edicate.. Boats and Shoes.

sugar have almost entirely taken the for the purpose of giving symmetryand Washington Xoc. 13.--Whist experimenting I GEO. WHITFIELD, TURBUTT R. BETTON, 50 CASES men's arid bov'a Russet Brogans;
of Tax Collector's Sale. .
place cotton among the exports of India.- T. F. WILLIAMS do caff!
beauty to the l lace. at the aYard this afternoon I iT. W. TIREV AnD. J \ gents fine sewed Boots,
\hie there is a yearly export of the first of The most of the teeth Washington BY virtue of the authority( vested l in me by law. I ,i JAMES E. BROOME, JN'O. J. MAXWELL, 12 doz. Ladies' fine Black Kid Slippers; .
products 'to the value of three millions, important busincs i ,.a thirty-two pounder, after having been levied upon and will rxpcse for sale, be- F. EPPES, JNO. P. MAXWELL, 2 dj do da Wtite do doG .

of the second to of two and the comminution of food. This is a preparatory I fired tr\'craltimes, burst, instantly killing! Mr.Wm. ', lore the Court House door, in M-idison.nn] the first BENJ. F. WHITNER, F.DW'D. HOUSTOUN. ( do ddu Black Gaiters, ,

of the third upwards milon" process indispensable to a quick and easy I McLntie, a gunnerand valuable! officer. MONDAY ju J U ''E.no\t, the following described !: GEO. GALl'HIN I UPWARD FOOTMAN, Are now opening fnrethetwith every descfipfforf

to nearly a million a half the I digestion ; and hence the loss of these organs His brains nearly! blown out of his head. I land, or ,o much thereof as will satisfy the Taxes JNO. S. MAXWELL JOHN P. DUVAL. lof 'Boots and Shoes worn, and fur sale by .

total value of the cotton exported in f'om in brutes is soon followed by death ; but in II Several weje (1)1. thereon fur the year IS 19, to wit : I Tallahassee, Nov. 17, 1519. 45 3t l N:vember3, ISI'J. 43 S. F. BURNEY
the three presidencies, does not ,I other officers also narrowly escaped I The S K: i and N E 4 of Sec 10, E i N W 4 of Sec I -.--------- ------- -- "
now the failure of the ex. man it may, to a considerable extent, be re. being kilk.A 10, W is E 4. S.-C 3,T 1,117, N and E., belongingto Tallahassee Female Seminary, PiIonticelloMaleSchool.,
JGOOOOO.nd I medied, so that, although the teeth are essen. Edward Brtan.
Pefimemits made by the Governments of Bengal tial comfort captain ofa ship here (says a letter from [T TALLAHASSEE TI.ORIDA,1 THIS school will be op'enecf on Monday the 5lH j
to and health AlsotheNlSec33N j, S.c3LES4Sec J
perfect they are not
and Madras, with every appliance of Miill j absolutely! necessary to human life, notwithstanding San Francisco,) has recently won sveiity.eight 20, N i. Sec -tjs W ,. Sec 2t, S W 4 Sec 23, S V.SeeNV4Sec2SS4Sec29WSE4 W. L. HARTSON A M PRINCIPAL. \"". 0.'GIRARDK rnslant,,n under#'j., whose the superintendence"of experience i in 13
and to will thousand dollars in gambling in a single 4, Institution! under the care of Mr. llartson
capital, ensure success, at any rate I the doctrine taught by some would THIS the profession enables him to give every assurance to
render it ] dubious whether night. Sc2lE'!, Nsec29r: 4R-lSaudE.be- Presi.lent elect of Pickensvilie Female Col-
extreme- cotton parents desiring to educate their sons. '
be fated to I cem t t'j imply otherwise. They arc also es. I long I to lJavit. Jon I..dge.1:1 and Mrs. HarUon, will be open for the 1M
its rank
reiimie among the great sential to. the modulation of the ,'oicl and to I Also, lob N.JI and 5 in frictional Sec 25. N A. St'C 'reception of pupils, on Tuesday,the 20lli instiut. Rate oj Ttrition per Session of fie Jtftnlhs:

etHples of India. a distinct enunciation language ; i-nd hence, Receipts of Ootton and Tobacco I I j 2G, W J, S E 4and E i, S W !. S.-c2j, T IU, R 13, In this Institution instruction is designed to be Orthography. Reading, and Wrifing, "$800
---- thnruuh and the will not be permitted to Arithmetic. Georgrapliy, Grammar- History,
-- --- --- S and E., belonging to Jot.n Miller. ; pupils
one or more of them lost much in.convenience At the Riil Koad for the week Friday '
\hEn are Depot ending i without intimate fcc J : oct 1
Mr. wring. JOhN H. PATTERSON, pass over any study an acquaint 12
in articulation is often experienced November 23. iS 19: Tax Collector for MadNon County. ance with it. This; will b* especially the case with Philosophy Chemistry, AslronomyMathe-

Mr. John Douglas Jr., through the Columns ; Bales Cotton,, DSt Nnn'mber2t.l 1919.I 40 Cm the exceedingly important subject of Mathematics m-tics, .c.. ]5 00

of the Washington Union, makes a The teeth arc the finest ornament of the Leaf Tobacco, (cases,) 42 --'--- in the different branches of which, pupils will be The Aniicnj Language*, JS 00"ComposTtfon
pretty) Hamilton County Tax Sale. thoroughly drilled and required to give the reasons and declamation! will also 'form a regular ,
strong showing against the Secretary of I human countenance. Their regularity! and I II I Tallahassee!! Nov. 24, iSle.iIittrint i for each step in every calculation. part of the weekly exerdlses of the school.
rr'ite.erll.e vested: in law, I "
II \ me by :
Home I whiteness constitute its chief attention. If I II I BY power The caes! in Music Drawing Painting,' WaxWork N. B. Thissr hool i i/eiitireiy separate and distinct
Department which, however is not -- -- -- -- ---- for sale, before the Court House!
; the mouth exceeds its ordinnry size, fine teeth -I expose Florida ami Embroidery will be under the care ot (rom t Ihe" Monticello Fenwre.SchooI! ," BOW so ably
Ilf Hamilton
door, in the town Jasper County. -
creditable! to himself. Both I I 1- : IXcrus.POUT and there i is Institution, North or conducted Mrs. FE far the
particularly gen. s rte to disguise this defect of conformation, on the first Monday in June next, (t5i'J,) being Mrs. Hartson ; no by tGtos.lIo as regards
baanches" are thoroughly communication of the
two sexes.
where mote
tlemeii are Whigs-.-consequently there is no I and the illusion that results from the perfection i -- the 3d d.JY of that month, the following described South or scientifically. .taught, Monffcello, November 3,1 S49. 4"2 St .

political reason why they fchould speak un. : of their arrangement, is often such, that we OF ST. MAHKS-ARRIVED, property.the State i>r so and much thereof Taxes as will due thereon be sufficient loi the topay The 8chola'Otac year of ten months i> divided into OO- Sentinel copy till 1st Jan ary. .. I

of each other. I imagin that i would not have appeared so !, Nov. 15. Brig Enleline, Manwarine, New York. 1813, r fo wit County two sessions of five months each; Pupil can enter .
ldndlj Hark Edward, Buckley, A pal caicota.Sclmr. "tear and will be until the Just Received
time, charged
oven had it been smaller. Observe that at any
"el The N W 4 oftbe{ S W 4 of Sec 1. T 1 I. R 13, S
I seems that Mr Ewing had an office to lady smile, whose mouth discloses the perfection Alvira Fashion, Lee Atkinson, Apa'abhicola.! and E, purporting. to belong to William J. Mills. end of the term. A GENERAL. ass rtm nt of Glass and Crockery--

dispose or tint Public Gardener, which Mr. I of their arrangement. You never think Sloop" Atalanta, Perkins,, Manatee da. ; t WILEY LEE, PRICES OF TUITION. ware, a.d for sate by S. F. BURNEY.Novent.er .

Douglas lled to obtain ; and Mr. Douglas I of noticing the extent of the diameter of her 22. Brig Sampson. Wheeler Mobile. Tax Asi
had house mouth. All attention is fixed the CLKAItKD.N 21,1849. ting, and Mental Arithmetic, per Terra of five Notice.A 4
: which Mr. Ewing wished to your upon -- months; 510 or') 4

.ent. Mr E. inquires Mr. D. in regard beauty of her teeth, and the gracious smile Brig v. Ifi.Herald.Brig Vesta Delano, Lawrence, New do York; Hamilton County Tax Sale. First Class-Reading, Writing Spelling, MEETING of the Stockholder*of$the Scnthem

o that fco gorgeously exposes then Jjhn virtue of Ibe power vested in me by law, I modern Geography;Grammar,and Arithmetic LIlt Insur.ir.ee & Trnst Company will be heU
to the rates at which the house could be se. Fine t teeth Arc more c Ill B-iik. Stroud, Elwell! ; dt.I ). BY shall:l expose: for.sa'e, before the Court House 12 00 at the OlDce ot the Company in thid ciy: on the first
I 1'20. RiigVacaller, Joa-elyn do.
cured. He i is told that $800 were then lo womnn, for it is 'hrr Ijecia1) necessary lo 21. Schr. Vail, Jenney, do. door mike tOVM of.'Jasper, Hamilton County, Florida Second Class-.\i ithrnetic concluded,Cora Mftndavn Deceniber next l, fur of gratifyour \!eidj i 15-=0, hcinj with the ffglobes. tees tom the ,
,' nu Ibe firt ; > .in March next. ; fly, Modern Geography use enstiiiig year. .
I lered fot I But that under circum- before she (touches our souls and TuJIahasiee! Saunders, New Orleans. .
1; present eyes, cap.th.atts (fhe-Ith dty of Ihafrnn'nih, he following described Parsing Exercises, Rhetorical ''<' ROBERT LYON, Cashier.Tallahassee.

Dances and appearances" he could have it for our hearts. The influence that .the property, or s) \iih thereof a- will lie uulicient to Reading Writing.Spflling.and Defining 13 00 : Novemner 3, 1S49. 43 J.i I
Total Cotton and Tobacco cleared to elate, Nov. 23: and Taxes due thereon for the Studies- Geography of
teeth exercise in the of beauty I the Srate County Junior Algebra
Jets. Mr. Douglas, after receiving intima. Hales Cotton, 6.l J"i p-iy I -I New Store and New Goods.tfilCsmThseribers .
I justifies the that I have "eir 1 1S19. .fo wit : I the Hravens I1ttortAnaical Botany,
that lie was to obtain the office from the pre-eminence resign Cases Tobacco, J 1,318: Lot No. 3fractional Sec 24, Lot No. f., frartional Parsing in the Poet., Reading, Essay : have renfed tIle store formerly

tons .: ed them, o\rr nil ll.e other attractions of I t ---- -,------_-_ --, _-_,-_-__. -,___ Sec 35, N and E.Tl I, R purporting to belonto Writing (daily) 20 00 McT ouga1, adjoining, that i"fMr. I

Secretary, made an agreement by which the the face. Let a woman have fine eyes, a Masonic Notice. Felix Ving tan. .' Senior istudits-Algebra concluded Geometry Knight,three ) b1-oW .lr. Burflej's.and will I

]latter was to have the house for 450. pretty mouth, a handsome nose, a well-tdrned WILEY LEE ,Trigonometry,Chemistry,Logic; open in a few day a G-ttifial Stock of Goods, con-
forehead hair and # tz- The Grand Annual Communication of the Tax A =es.or and Collector Hamilton Co. Intellectual Philosophy Natural Philosophy i:tiiTg of Dry Gwds, Sifk i Good*. Fancy ditto; Hat .
After this elegant a complexion
something was said in relation] charming Grand Lodge of Florida will be held in the Masonic November 21', 1 1540.18 3m Moral Philosophy, and Latin and Cap!. Boots and StiocsClothing.SaddleryGro-

to another room, not included in the first bar. ; but only let her teeth he bad, blacked Hall, in tIle cil) >C1'al1ahasseeomm Monday, the 14th (optional) Daily Essay Writing, C; CO c res, Hardware Woodware. and Tinware which'

by caries, or covered with; thick (tartar, or January' 1S50. lln' ... In Leon Circuit Court Music on Piano 25 Of/ they will offer tor *iTe on the most reasonable termsfor .
Mr. of :
gain. Ewing asked what additional day and Representativesof .
rent ft 00
Use of Instrument. -
viiceri concretions ; let her, in a word, exhale CHANCERY.Ulood. ca h or country produce.
would be charghed for it. Mr Douglas contaminated breath, and the moment she Subordinate Lodges thereof will lake mm.... ..'j IN Drawing and Painting, 10 Ot) By close a'tentf' i o bu iness', and the tow pticV*
govern t themselves accordingly. A full representation ct.Iv n. Complainant', Wax Work and Embrftidcry, each; TO 00 at which they ofTer their Good, they hope to.marita
implied as he In consider. opens her mouth the will cease lo be thought I f r6 French, Spanish, and Italian, each 10 W .
says (the Subordinate is desired. share of PubliC patronage.EUTtER .
from Lodges particularly
DatiJ P. HI lIe. Adin'r. of C. C. Hall, kc., and i
beautiful. If she the has small the
of intentions on contrary, It will be perceived $ per term is & DENHAM.X. .
lon your good already expressedin J. B. TAYLOR, ('hades Mapcs, et al, Defendants.; i
be for tuition in the
and is 'highest price that can charged are advances'on
eyes or a large nose, even positively affidavit B. Thej prepared make liberal l
my fror, I should make no charge. Grand Secretary G. L. t'la. TT appearing by made in this cau'e that I :literary and scientific orauche$,including the ancient York
J be ,shipped [
I ugly, yet if her teeth regulaily planted, _L the saiJ defendant, Charles Mapes, resides out of .

you do what is right, you will find me do the white, amid above a.l entire, (or a't least those In connection with the above, th' nnder!igned I the State of.FIotida but! in the United States ; It 11 I languages.N. B. Vocal Music will be taught to all the pupils 1 October 27, 1549. 42 ..

earne." Mi. thanked him and of them that visible he however fright. Ordered, That I lie said Charles Mapes do appear and I "
Ewing an arc ,) Committee, appointed for that purpoje 1 by Jackson without charge. For Sal ,- .
the bill of fifed! in thiscause
o plead answef complaint
.' tul she be- will agreeable .the '. One half terms of tuition are considered as due
i sivered, I It think we ClU get along together may appear moment Lodge, No. I announce to I he Fraternity throughoutthe within fo-ir months from the date of the fir .tpubtic.tiotf ia advanceor the whole at the middle the term. )0 LIKELY AND VALUABLE .NEGROES'
a smile comes to her aid, 'hear of (Iris eider the said bill will be bo vfoine and children, women and*
without any trouble. Mr. Ewing look I he rndi State, that on the Thursday follow ing the meet or taken I Scholars from abroad can obtain board in goodfamilies' men >3
those words whispered around II'r M for confessed against him : freviledt That a girls. Call and see at the store of ,
the Grand Lodge there will be in the city.lIon.
house, L on 'nr ious precxt postponed giv. consoling to her vanity, ". Ah, what ing'of a procession copy of this t-tder be published in some newspaper REFERENCES : .S., S..KNIGHT.

ing Douglas the office. The latter at length, Ihe posse&bcs 1" Regular, \ lJlautifl1teeth and public installation of officers of I be Grand Lodge, published..fn .Tallahassee, fur Jhe space of tour A. E. MAXWELL, Jottx S. UPER1DJq.. Ocfnb 27. HW). 42

and white teeth the and an addfe. by Brother K. B. HILTON, followed months. .. M\j. RICH'D. HATWARD, I "lev. WOODBURY, Protectloa Insurance of New
having his suspicion of foul play excited re. were by ancients Considered 1 THOMAS BALTZELL Company Jersey f
by refreshments Suitable to the occasion. We cor Jiidge.DatfcdroTPinber lIon. .JA$. E. BROOME lion. T. W. Bnr.v ARr. *
a characteristic of t betfutyJacob, in I S, IS.1!. CAPITAL .$200000.
fused when called upon to give a lease. Mr.lwitmg diatly invite the Brethren( of sister Lodges in the Tallahassee.
blessing Judah, sajs : His teeth shall be A true copy from the original.* November i7, 194(. 45 Fire and Marine Insur rlce.
bad to {jive up the house : .the matter \\Ilile with milk." Solomon, in describing State, and adjoining Counties of Georgia to come OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. LEWIS & AMES; r

has been beforef the up in the spirit of Ma.rmry,' and unite with us in Nnvember2-l,1819. 46 4m -
1/rwighi public by Mr. the church of God, compares it to a beautiful -- Notice ; Agents, Tallahassee, Florid;

Douglas, who i if vouched for us 1 decided ful woman ? and sets forth her graces in the celebration, and partake of the !'lalHie of -I Just Received, I IS hereby given to all whom it may: concern thit October 13, ISi 40 Cm ___

Whig and a gentleman of character. mch language a immediately biincs to' themind's I tire Brethren of Jackson LodgeVvithoutany: further Brig Emetine from New Yorkand per Schr I a promissory note, for the sum of five hundred Cotton

her whom Milton' has describedas formal irrvitatron.K. PER 'see from New Orleans, dollars given by me sometime in July or Agusr, ,
As we have stated, the account which we eje fairest her The1 A. SHIXr, tll\3. E. DYKE, 50( bolts Kentucky Bagging, ISIS, and made payable to E- C. Corbett ot bearer TIlE Undersigned is now fully,piepaffil lo rriako
the of
being daughters. and due the 10th of November 19arrdas the advances on COTTON rt>nsnrnrft on .1
10" bales do.
i ? Mr.1 3. B. TAYLOR, WM. GERMANY, Gunny
inlsynded on Douglas publication I
Hebiews considered the loss of tbosw organ: ,r coils Jute consideration for which said note was given1 has entirely friend in New York. S. F. BURNEY.
) ,
in which he goes very fully into a as a grievous and' iome'wha't dfsg'raceful cir J. 8. JU'ST, Committee SfC; :SO> do. Kentucky Rope Roped failed, I am determined not to pay the same October 6. 184!). 39 ., .
Q-: Papers friendly to the cause are requested to unless compelled to do so by the verdict of a juryof -
dt tai of the particulars of the transaction.The .- cumstance. Thul David Ise.-this emphatic' '. SO keg Buckwheat twelve honest men; and this is to notify all per Wanted.
cnp 10' do. Gosheii Butter,
facts if language, 0, God, thou hast smitten all mine for the same, unless at their own BALES COTTON tl i? Sil titt'i.
as aHedgcd, are certainly not '' 25 boxes family Cheese, sons not to trade h. 000 ; by
enemies on the cheek bone. Thou hast J. M. HILL. D which market
creditable to cither Involving, as these ::5It rand Convocation of I the" Grand Royal JO'J kegs Nails-, 4, 5, 6, S, 10, 12. 20. risk. for tfte highest rrice.,
p-arty. >i'f VfrV t
ken out ti teeth of the ungodly. Again, he For sale by S. F. BURNEY. November 17, ISI9. 45 4t .I will be paid. S: PpAGGING i .
statements do Mr. Arch Chapter cf the State of Florida will be heldin October 6 1 ISt9. 39 -, '
pretty seriously EwingV prays agdist: the wicked judges, h Breakout November 17, IS 19. 45 "
the Masonic Hall iu the of Tallahassee Notice. .
chiracter, w, shill fcel bound the sub- their 0' God in their mouth." city on
: to give leelh & ROPE-Ju t "tc itt!. I .
bo' with in the Monday, the Vlst day of January ISM. Buggys for Sale FIVE\ NEGROES forsale at my plantation J3
stance clammy defence which he make. Many such passages: rrray met SIXTY 50 P.t. Bar in -
may J. B. TAYLOR Lake near lamonia, consisting of .
BY MILLER & BROKAW ftJ( Coils Rope, t"
Book of but have
Inspiration, \vc quoted c.
Men, Boys Girls, and Familiesan! five good Ilou:e .
Grand Secretary G. II..'. C. Fla. tCiObb.Twine. _. .
lo show thaf oven in tliese( early have received, and wit! Servantsand Blacksmith. wishing ,
Mississippi ELECTION.-The Mississippi nougli very .-_ -- THEY just a good person A full supply of t Ihe above article will bakcf
-- -
days, much importance was attached fa the '* cm bsnd, a few good BUG- l to buy, will have the servants delivered: their ""
.lhddaf the bvl
Free Trader estimates Quitman's af Song of Temperance C constantly. rn ; season
majority leelh. .GYS,\hid I hey \\illselllow l for ashNnvetnbr homes. E. G. PONDER. 'r'
S. S" KNIGU1':
ten thousand. The Democrats have elected Sulwrdinate Divisions throughout the State and n919.. 45 November 17, IS.H) 53 4t : .
Tallahassee, Nov. 20, 1849. Tallahasucc, .rt. 1$, 1549. 36 "
fur Rvpreacnlativrs to the Grand Division are hereby -I -
members of entire delegat ; *, Notice "
Connrfu-Ih' notified'tf1( llVc .litriuil Meeting of the 'Grand 'Groceries, &c. NEW GOODS. ,: ..V: T
*' the ::
ion-which is of Are you a Methodist 1" we inquired ] ,! r lIE creditors.and person* entitled 'tn distribution
the 1 gain one of"l'llo other day: ofa 'fellow who had sought the sidewall Division of the Stale of Florida, will be held'in Tallahassee : ,TDST barrcls'.Magnolia recdfe'd!from New Flour Orleans, J. in the estate of Edward Hill Wilder, ale of KERSEYS, Linr-eys, Plains, Qaa}>*r&+. nv oke ,,.
loss ofa member; Wheeling District ( U ; ,,. *StripesTickings.B.o\w aa J Bleachcil
fl December .
commencing em ednesdafnorn ing,
ofa meetinghouse I to steady himself by. I 2(1 Sf.'Louis '" Gadaden County deceased. are hereby notified that
Shining and Sheetings, C*.R4T er hi'9hLin.
of Virginia. 5th at Hit/clock. Representatives t.i (heir claims will be barred, if. riot, presented within
are re JOrbbxeTChees'e,
*.1 that the with the Satinet and
replied chap ,
Itn'n way, the of this notice. en3-Alpaeas'MisievTaisotUd Twrcdv .
-'- the hour. se\'eral.tdrctilJ ". '2 c'ist('Si'at.curemFhIame; two yeafs'ofter publication
be at t
most imperturbable coolness.- quested' to punctual JOHN M. W. DAVIDSON, Adm'r. I Just received and.now weai'n.pecschw_ Viftceni
MASSACHUSKTTS.. IIas.a usual, gone for es may be expected during the Sessions ofitme Grand1D'Aiswvssnd \\'IK.kegsGcslwJi: Butter, QIIincyNuvembe3IS-l0. 43 8w from. New York, and tfJ4 ate !tyrSeptember29.151 ..:.
A hundred thousand dollar marriage 5'barrels dd Monoftgahalia WhUfcey- -- --" .. 3- F.F.URNV.Y. i
two -- f" .
the Whigs. There were three sets of candidatcs it fa-loped I hat the friends of Temperancc If/ '4' lectiticd .J r 4 .
settlement, was made on Thursday: at the hi t"heir strength on that occasion fora llatona Coffle o Notice. r- ', ,' .-
Whig, Democratic and Free Soil will rally 10 sacks Caen _
No KegUtcr's office, New York, which attracted moral demonsra'iotj ?n fsVor of The great and. noble : Loaf and CJuihe Sugars, --- SIX month* arter dar, I will apply fo the Hon. Potztoa. QzOtlQt &c. Jt'IJIt

election of Hover nor by the people, but much nHcltionLef.' 2 hhd,. Bnjvh do": i of Probate for t th: County of, Jefiefsort fof 1fflARRKL.IrthPolatoes'J ,fft ,
the Legislature ; came in'which we' are engaged" Dried AnpW W.mei-&c., &c. letters ol Jismi#.ion a-i administrator of Anderson 1') tiale Onions, T.
being Whig, will doubtless One hundred and sixty Hun nrian' officers Jy! order of the Grand,l %Worthy Put riarc': vMJof vrhfch viH.: bfifoTdat( the lovfest.pricr(" byCEO. Snced, late of said Countydereased.WILLIAM. J Iftf sacks Liverpool:Salt. JTiist reeevrclaiec) (cr'

fleet Briggs. \o choice, of Congressman iu arc expected to khip themselves at Bremen: JOSHUA I'HELPS, Acting Grand .rib(. II. B&STIVICK. SNF.ED. ."k.hy! S. BLTNEYs,

Palfrey's Dulrict. for New Oilcan*. Q-iincy, October 23, ISl'J. November 17iS13.\ ). .& _*.. Jefferson County, October! IS 10. '41 Cnr :g.'pfl"mhf'f (. 1 c.t l8.

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Barber spare my c .ft.. .V.f.VU(TURLYG' C O.'P..l.y, A SMB by H. MM .(11 U* ****,< tek a
4 1 Touch hair a 0 the aam T0. P.T.wss.,,&aad 5 ,
not 1 tingle ; Middle BUILDING,a YEa BT. FOOT OF WHITAKH, .5,. ..
Circuit .
of Florida. wbkfc
.lip What tho'oU .AcClt"pih.! is.; IJpla ibty,cllE.T".c.! .
''s : Ill raise I here. Leon SAVANNAH, OEO. ol.a II' QL'VJ "
,I' 4i1 a goatee" County Circuit Court.-In Chancery. I O\ .ec n .
: a doctor, .d aetef was;
oil it
,' They my chesnut-bur. ANNA MABIA JAMES D. TRADE- her thanks her 1f rJ'1
b41 1
,: ;t Pd.1, baber.oakum d-, not, o stir what- net, EL I WELL Administrator of William Trtdevtell.TT 11iiii.11..J EPECFLLY public generaUJ or the liberal l lpa'ronage U rA.. ptr>Mfr fei* cj..ai Te**what.aj b.<.HI.a.t. isa ll,oD..

0 Tty) scythe shan! harm it not. .HOLPOT appearing lo the Court on the affidavit; of comi. she has reei.f and for a coninuance &th* ,>tt*,t.to tSJrtred.tjmrch,.. BOM I..th

!: plainanl's( Solicitor that (the defendant in (the ,,1, __ m f of the lme. :confide-illy say that for 8JVU/NE OKIOUfJL. OLD *

: .1t it,! Ln d,your'murderous blade- u above stated cause docs not reside in Florida, but in he coming season Unusually strict attention will b ,.b.etsg ..it U.Od! IV.II.JaTaa..1 k.u7 h

a 'o. )\ I the cut and ,'er' he State of' Soul Carolina: It .OrJertd, That the given to her DUSLflCSI. Her table shall not be surpassed ..uc I stgnon .<,b co*( e. c.

.'; Forsake jour deadful trade, said defendant appear and answer: the complainant* by any of this place.! Hunters Y 11 b con- 1.e '. In XU4C.', .V.. r"t 4
.. And lather I hoe who sneer. bill on or before the first day .(,Decfmhrnextott. t inuallv employed doting Ihe winter wild .

Beard the lion in hi*den- ? erwisfi (tbe sime may betaken pro e'fnfesso.' $ game o'f f the forest and for Ihe feathered fowl lot the.

f. ? Shue.l.e hr..kff (or the tn- i further Ordered, That thU no!ice be published in I lake. --- ,, ."

; le.e bojs and men .5 some newspaper printed in the Mirdle Circuit of LL) lfr tales charges for pocro and Dad and lodging ,. ...
"': 4'1 U'itb Ibtirgoateeon I he chin. I A Florida for four months aJ preset ibedbv law. l per day, week month or jtar, shall be satisfactory .i.-.iI. -. ".

.: );1 (Rie?m.ndRtpu&lican. I \ r. "P. TnO \LTZLLJudge.. -. t to her patrons- t _. I ..
;.. July l8llilS49. A stable, nith a caller, is aitached.
From the Washington Union. A true eor,. .Attest : D. McRAENY, Cleik. i-- __ September 3 Cm ': a.

I TiE BITTER END.- July 21, 1S49 -2S By J. I KEEN, D. C. ; I .1 a

I it* ..Patrick do peaches rme legs -S For New York. '
4. ? d
,1. ".No.ou fool you." ..._ _. State of Florida.--Monroe County. St

.' I Well, then by tbf holy' poker I've i wallowed ___. Smith Mow rv. ) ________ fti. $' .'a .
,; a straddle-bug.. Free. V BILL IN 6
.Mikey vs. CHAINCERY. : /

'" 'r Almost everything in nature has a sweet Joseph Lawton. j 1 I -. : lIc ,
:4 t and bitter end GAY'S appearing me bv affidavit that Joseph Lawton, I .1 = lit \
.' a : sometimes not so sweet, and IT defendant in (Ihe filed in the above? U.- --:- ,.5._ it TiE REGULAR LINE OF PACKES between I
cause, resides
sometimes not so hitter. It therefore be. EXTRACT OF CANCHALAGUA bi .r York and St Marks Newport I
out of the of Florida,'nd "i \\j\
Europe: -1 -
': : hooves every individual who) has a refined A PLANT OF RARG It is Ordered That said defendant appeal i and an. = = lit commence running at the opening of the(al \t' I .
and continue
V} taste to be sure and get the sweet end first C.\LIFOnSI i"\Ner I the said bill within (the time prescribe! by law, throughout (Ihe entire year, :
\' MEDICAL YIKTUES. L4, 'i ------- -- Brig WARCALLA Josselyn, Master, OLD DR. JACOB
and never to chew the bitter end otherwise il shall be taken pro confesso. 1 i* fur. TOWNSEND.
't p4.\ unli forced A CERTAIN PREVENTIVE AND CURE FOR her Ordered, That a of this irder be published OCI.L. Trim, do. TnBORICIXALMSCOVERZROFTlMS; ,
that old
bjr tyrant necessity, if at copy on hand and for sale BURR STONES Hosmcr, do.
Fteer and .Igue, Consumption, Coughs, CoM.,, in some newspaper printed I the State Florida I "TLL
:. The present administration, that has such Influeney. .Jsthma. Bronchitis, Serojula, Gout, once a month for nine mont hi. 15 inches to 7 feel,and we judge it sufficient H SUWANNEE, Clark do. (new,) Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilli.CH .

',<: : a kind and affectionate for red Russia Rheumatism, .Vrura/gia, Erysipelas JOS. B recommendation to say 1000 set of these WACISSA. Perry, do. (new.) ( O.T,w. en Lumbago,
'.; regar IACASF stones I have been sold in Ihe of Alabama These Brigs are built in the most substantial .* ihS AUTHOR ..4 fHSCOrCHKK of I
Georgia, .
: has two end ; but it remarkable fact, Paralysis, Pleurisy, Jaundice, flytpepsia, Co.. Key Wtst,1rch 2S.A. D. 1849. Fa. Sttel OS/0/.V.f/ .TO sr.yc s.vn
a 'I S.Cr. North and South r for this trade and f rUI.YF !
Carolina expressly
: I and Virginia giving are commanded .t/Cfl.U/t
r .
much treneu, Pitl, Ihjen1rr heir Coin 1 HOS. F. $ol. for Comp.A {pv. be w'comp !Ird in limit lt<
: alike IJop.y fl.
they are
that it j :
careful and
almost the
1 im. plainti Complaints,. : true copy from the minutes : roost perfect satisfaction' for both Corn and experienced Captains. Freight and passage ffhieh u It ."el kept not nf D.rel and the.!..tlr-

., .t : ;' possible to tell one from the other. Under Cutaneous Disorders, JifN1,rrol..rtill: W. C. MALONEY Clerk. Wheat. at the lowest rates. A lnra 111.rib.II.fxilf wbo the bs4 run pr of.< .ob a.d 1..1 f

.' these circumstances a man may justified in orhagei. Obstructions Fluxt [m//flor Depraved April 14. I: By R. L. HICKS, D. C. September, lS-I.. 3S 3R COE. ANDERSON &CO.. Him*al.p rAf* who, had ncbe"bnrn b *led of ..many.d....fl.J. a.

:. : chewing either, for he will receive equal satis. and Defective .'lptttt al New and 10 Beaver street, Ne\1 York. t dealS Ill_.its nrr\\rnrr\\ sad wonderful 1..0
Notice. Fashionable Goods JOHN DENHAM, POWER.
y. faction originating JEAL"G
., never grow fit by the operation Newport. Kaowlar. ..", ** b.JbT hl. .kUttnd .MI",
..I The heroic age" of the Bowels, or TiE creditors and person entitled lo distribution JUST RECEIVED per brig Ann Eliza, opened; I.I can hardly be said Newport, 12, 1S48. 4 .1Vt.C.
to (the estate of Daniel late ot' Gads ready for( inspection, at the store of S. FBUREY. August l lable Ana1re k mtnkind when the .'."1. wonU W liarsisbed -
Lave commenced in glory. Its first act was IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. den County deceased, are f5"blr. thai their The Ladies of the city and country ; tl Into utuv.riaI. notice. wh.o Ie I..n..
to make a mongrel cabinet i gives tone and vigor to the hereby will do well to call and tl.e Goods Florida Land Sales. s virtue would b kno.s B_ .C
9 ; which like the I rtipesti organs I claims wi be barred, if not presented within two C tee below adver the mn Are *ar>pi>e .' Frenchman's punch, was one dam contradictione. is remarkable for its.'nmatin.'h'cngthting, \eau the publication of this notice. .tised. WILL be offered at Auction numerous tracts of OR3XL) .fXI) C..FQVU.l.TD! PR r1.'IUTlo'

". It has not its and Restorative Prvpertirs. R E. GIBSON, Printed de Lames, Superior Long Lawn, nlu3he Land, at the places and times fal .,nufaetnreJ O I I I. c"I'f.r "rS-
in the the I.nth and breadth of the land .
the counterpart earth! Publicly admitted by Dr. Townsend, Manufacturer Administrator de bonis non. Figured Cashmeres, Trend Edgings and Lace, lowing, : I jut of or drtermntioa.L'ntike eipeeuillf. .U I fo a
". over earth, or under the earth. It acts of .Townsend't Sarjai arilla," lo be Quinrv. n\"m"fr t. l49. 4 "w Oriental, Ladies Black and While At Pen,acola on the 4lh December next. yonnf eDulluf! Dd'.11 l Improve with a J,, u4aever

together like a st ring ordiscordant tom-cats Far Better than. : Brocade Alpacas, 3 Silk Gloves, t Milton, Santa Ro.a County, on (the 6th Dec'r. cb"De bnt for the better;ba\U i"i'4| *.tmnftf -
Sarsaparilla. .
together by the tail and thrown over led Notice.fIIF. Supr French Bombazine, ;jLadiscol'd Lislf Gloves, ElcheeannaVallon Co., on the 10th. frtnctftti.n by t the a. icmtifc Uir m c ,.erie of hiI.. hO.I.d' r'
for a little innocent exercise and I 33In: communications corroboralion of the above, read the annexed ? creditors, legatees, and persons entitled lo Black. Bareges, do sup col'd kid do I Washington County, on tbe Cmi.lr.. .al rrquisitiua, t the _..r.cnr an Ike. -1 nv.IarupIr.li *.

:: t recreation and what I _L ditlribJtinn! in the estate of Robert M. Davidson Spun silk carnelian Colors,'Linen Cambric H'dk'fr, 13lh December. | Te Sr'p'iil" runt ku i well kaow I nrdUa!

and ; with growling and spit. Conclusive Testimony and Proof Positive. late.of Gadsden County,deceased! ,I. hereby'. Black Gro de Swiss, 'Safhla Ribbons, At Marianna. Jac\"on County, on the 15th Deer wbKb..cuntaiaf are naay HT *awcl.,1. othrrv prvyerbrs and if tme rrta.n pn

ting, caterwauling and scratching, it has ; notified that their claim will be barred if at nol Black Grode Rhine, Satin do Loft's Mills, Lalhoun Co., on Ihe 17th _DJ II f"t i..n 1t. .o l..a wllh. which p
.; turned the peace of the Union upside down FROM TiE CRAEFt'.NBKBG c03rp.\', within two after I he presented : Jaconet Cambrics, Bonnet do I Quincy' Gad-den. County, on the lOlh IUnu V> the IT'lac./c.r. propertte.a 4 0 5.0.I.
years of this
: and wound up wilh a terrible i Sir:-You are aware that, a Iheuriginatur of the notice. JUtiN W.publication IJAVID' O.\ Doted Swiss Muslin, 'Black Silk Viiet?. I Ta ha ca/.astrophe. I have :1. ; they are oot bja retentive n.
Grarfmberf Company, muM niy atten tJar" u > t Monlicello, Jefferson Co": rep.tiD. prY4 ,
until bal Quincy November 3, t 919. 43 Sw F.xecutor. on Ihe 27th I tbu*e es r"ncd DDnfctl.. *r.
everybody seems t have been sratcl.pc. dA the numeious Medicines!presented to October C, 1949.. oo Madison Court Home, on the 29th I tbe c e fmtiptn. whit l I olT ID v.p..?. or a* )vihalation. -
or the whole I I the public I have watched with ea. the ..)" mtJtctt f
LitcD, fnd afternoon( patronage. much Notice. I Jasper, Hamilton County, on the 1st Jan r. Ind. are very_ c. UteNuL
:d i fled I u)il f": H v,,
interest the introduction tf the NEW r>.
with Canehalagua into GOODS. wlll a.
one eternal t Alligator, Columbia Co.
mew on Ihe 3d .
.;: this country by jour self; and am free to that : months after dale, the undersigned executor) perann cio boil, r w a.. mnt till they r.I a dnik
say no SIX Cquid. which tf
The present green dynasty has, by its in. Medicine stands !o deservedly high a your elractof the last will and testament of Lewis Saun? JAMES B. GAMBLE and TERMS the balance:-One in fourth three payable at the time of sale!, from .aor Ihinj la more.1!_:f ih'..)the ea e th.<>tni. iirnii>c manor this la laiiDid lb. J or vaiI".

I. discriminate prosriplionit system of espionage that invaluable plant. In tnyoicnfomi'y I haveseen derdeceased, late of Leon county, will present hi Is TSreceivingby the Persons desirous e4ual annual instalments. liqaid. aweetea wl s rn..is..iid a... e"ll it "SM.8APABILI.A -
and its attachment to nepotism its extraordinary f in r the cure of final actoun. and vouchers to the Hon. Judge i a't AnnElizaVincentLucyOcill a, lo knowhat particular tracts EXTRACT tfYKLTBui aoch ...a toe
? -swappedexperience efcacy. a confirmed I. Probate X Suwannee, &c.. &c., a large supply of fall anlwinler are to be sold be furnished with hand-bills a-l. know .lb.
case Court. and ak lobe discharged.LEVISM.SAUNDERS wi on
for complaints wide ii Lon GENUINE OLD
impudence, and order for an. req-iire the t and thorou i. Executor. Goods, which he invites his cltomcr and application lo Post Masters at? the above named DR JACOB TOWNSE'D'
: archy ; and now it sits! like prompt purification of the the public lo examine. A few place, or to the subscriber S.\R.\P .
I a mad bull in a j blood, hdeem your Canchalaguafar, rery far superior r- J ufy 21. 1S4'J.. 2SGmNotce. French gallons of thatld at Tallahassee,by letter This )ii to prepared the inert properties of tbe Far

chili shop, bellowing over the broken earth. to any and all the Sarsaparillas of the day, Brandv yet unsold. II' postage paid. .lapanUa.nut are finl removed every tiune -t-kki w fc. .t
September 29, 134i 33 JOHN BEARD R. td or of f.retsil'iS. la extnictnl and
S. ens, and and with all lain veil gifer rejeeud; Ihrn every
own reflection then acquainted particle ef medical
I as seen of Public Lands for the State nl Florida. virtue it Mcured ia a po/. aDd er.nceanwd
in a. mirror. too. high for its reach. The biter J. T. MARSHALL.TKOM SIX months after datf, the undersigned will apply Confectionery and Tallahassee, Aug. ISI 1St.?. 32-3mfff able lila and; and bealmt thus II properue i i.rendered Prepared.nCJI palt'ia.or this l IOIIDJ.i.y fir Irs voc I
Baker. way it I 1 U muic the
the Hon. Judge of Probate 'fr/r Leon
end tbough tolerably sfron'' of it not I, County; KINDON would and The following papers publish (th. above Lull powerful agent in the !
alo so A EXIXENT LAWYER IX NORTH TO\ 'f for Utters of dis'ision from the Estate of Arthur HENRY "i Cure of innumerable 1
it will be when : )r r that once a week for three diseases.
a the present chaotic sen. deceased. generally, he has on hand, and and send their accounts Hence the renvm why we bear ,
administration MASSACHCSETTS. Vure) is constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kinds l Id the Register:" (la iu .a,, by ernn.nhtsis on every side I
gets into full play when it JOH.N S. HART, Ex'r. men. women and children. We dad it doug
; NORTH\MPTO.V, Feb 7. 1S49. such :at: The papers in Pensacola. Marianna and Apalachicola wonders in tn. cnre of '
gets into war with all the powers ofthc earth ; Dear Sir-I have long "isl'ee. to see you, that I September 9, 1549. 25-Cm PEPPERMINT LEMON DROPS, ; the Savannah Georgian and the Republican I- co.vt'.tfPTojvnrsrxrsji.; and r.irE CO.V1'1t.VT. -
when it attempt to a Bank of might giveou an the Charleston ; and In RHKt'M.1TIS.V. Sdtf>rV-t. PILKS J
get the United account ol remak.ble CINNAMON LEMON C.\NDY. : Courier and Mercury ; Mobile Register' CO TlrJ YESJ. all Cl'T.I.VKOCS :

States under the specious name of a fiscality, I cure of my only daughter of a Notce. WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY, and Advertiser ; Columbus Times, Ga., and the PLX.S,SL.OCTHVS. and alt,.fffl'nm; "KMVPTICY3,..inr fraro 1'11'I'I.
established ; when it scrofula. She is now ahi.ost three \earsol age. ID SIX Months after apply to the Judge : HOARHOUND ; Raleigh Standard and the Register. IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. I
get; under
influence of entirely the i February hit, putrid so es upon the lips, face, and Probates of Leon County lor a final etlle- And various others, them several that are It & ...a marvellous eflkaer I in all cninp!hJDt.arUiaf(ran ;
Solicitor among
Clark of conserraf ire glands, wade r heir and increased with ment of administialorof Extensive Sale of htifttttn.from .1u appearance as (the and
whose mj account F.Iatt1 u'eful for colds and cough.,and is prepared to manufacture Lad lion.determination of Uuod to the head.paJpttatioa of tae "..
memory, stay in the Treasury will, we frightful t rapidity; one of her eyes also became !o of Je .se Townsend and Daniel Townsend deceased, any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both Y virtue of' a decree of the Honorable Court of l cold (ti and hands cold chillt and h.4 flaihe over Our body., U J
prophesy, be as short go it's if not I badly ,that to all appearance could never and for( a final discharge (urn the administration of wholesale and retail. B for has not Its equal ta CM and Cfk*; and prmuote*easy Si.p.ctortinn :
I Chancery cn ConntyState of Florida and trntl
r"i again be restored. This I, pprsptniuio. reaJlIIc stricture r.t 1IIe
'... shorter; when it gets a few more letter- I the child continued for six weeks, t heseetatcs. All persons interested will take no- He is also prepared to carry on Baking in all i its the subscriber will offer for sale,at public outcry, i in !tugs thronL and every other ".
writers into office being a most horrible si.!hi,and the hearts l branches,from the plain Bread Ihe the town of But la nothinj, i I. iu excellence! more _Di.d, and
to sing its lie according1) Loaf of lo t most M.dison. on Tuesday, the first of seen Ie-
praises and make of her parents almost broken. During the whole) of JAM IN MANNING l Adm'r. day taowl tied than in all kinds and ,t.,.. ..r
Cakes and
exquisite Pies. Paities and the that
its speeches ; when it loses a few more States, I this period we used SARSAPARILLA I IN LARGE I-:: James T. Archer, Esq., is my Agent to attend alwavsbeaccommodated publc January next Urge, and valuable plantation FEMALE CO\fPL.\I 1S.
t can by giving timely lately occupied by Cot S. H. Butler, deceased It works wooden
: a few more friends, and QU.oSTTIES, but (the disease *n not arrested in t tn all connected with the administration of containing I. ensesof r.r.1tt or MTkitt*. rffnftf
expends the II matters Bakery and Jefferson about three At tfamh OtttnuttJ.
finally the disease allr Confectionary on stref.t thousand acres of first rate Land I SmfpruitJ. nr Pmntfml,'.* ...lmtmr
last of the was atill at it* height, hese estates. B. M. II, of the wensinial
runnings little capital of opposite the Auction Room of Berry, Esq., This plantation is situated about ten miles East penuds.and the like; and is aa edectoal
commonsense I R.l. r la all the forms .
happened of
one day to at the store of curlnf /r. J> .
; **
and character it cal your very July 2S, 1S-19.. 2'J- ro Talaha! .'e ,Dec. 16,1S4S. the Orilla River., i is remarkably healthv. fle urs... .
has .. ._
possessed at the out. I gentlemanly agent in place and relating the IOO, r.JIIIOYlllr oLetrucliuDI. a.d -f tiaa, .-- .-- '_.! -,- .
: wells of water, handsome ". It civ* u>na and
a tutaflh to the
start. Then indeed nil! it be manner in which d.ilJas ; ; Dwelling Ilo'Js and wti..ibudy.a4iias
in the our afflicted, he advised Sale by Master in Chancery. cnres all (urms ofiTervoia
bitterness, and cren then will both gal of f me to make a trial of' your C I took but Fresh Groceries. grounds, ornamented with Orange, Fig, and Pome-: diseases and
( and debility,
order the Court ol Leon granite trees, an extensive I
alike unfit for heaven and one b.ttle, having no confidence in itbut commenced BY ff Superior County T CST receiving 'from New York and New Orleans vineyard. The out aod thus prevents or lievrs a great varirty of other matadtet,
for Halifax. in I will oflcr at the houses are numerous and .
hardly giving it according to directions Equity, public sle bfo1 .1 full in thorough'repair. There as Sfntl imbUi* Xnrelfi*, Si. trt*** X> tmmmxg
But why should it l be and your stopping Court in Tallahassee, on the first Monday in a assortment of Groceries consisting are about one thousand acres of cleared land on the Efiitftie fit*. Ci.wals'-.i. &c.
all other medicines tour
'.: should hiter, why a once and in just {five dall the De the viz n part of Bacon Hams, Sides and Shoulder t tract, the whole under II clenoies the bl ml excites tbe iiv.tto healthy' aCfto. tnnee
it be chewed to the bitterest fmhtr next following property, : good fencing. The planla- the .
decreased :
.. end f It swelling visibly the ulcer began lo heal Maekeral No. 1 and 2, CandksSoapFlourCofl'ee pves food direction' relieves the bowels. ol
Lot No 52, in (the north addition of the city t ion commands an extensive and and
unsurpassed torpor cunflipalioo.
and she Cf range allays inflammation
was composed of old improved rapidly for three weeks purifies the skin
federalism, sweetenedwith .,and to ourvery Tallahassee, (I the residence of Jesse Atkinson, F..q.) Lard,Tobacco, Teas Almond, Candies, New Orleans f for Cattle and Hogs and i capable of being easily equalises the circaUUuB .f the bl."". producing eatle wanuLi
:0 tor)ii'n, and topped ofTwith abolitionism. I treat joy was apparently cured-les* than two ana lour negro slaves, viz: Harriet and- her: children.The l Su ar, .Sic.-which I offer low for cash. divided into three or moie smaller! tracts Trrms equally laxes over the bodr. aDd the inensible ,"pi"....; re-
been all strictures
ed. and
:, .'1 clear molasses was deemed to be too sour I o bulel our huili friends u! Ntming seemed this to case think to some that above sale is for partition among r the heirs and Store removed next door to John W. Argjle's.JOHN credits of one and two years, notes to be well se- I lovi-orsu the entire nervous tightness syitenu removes Is alt Bet ClbsUUc this lb..".So sad

; and t the must have been the. distributees of' Bryan and of Leah Atkinson, McDOUGALL.June cured. Tbe medicine yea pre-tmineotlj nerd
i liq'Jorice.bal was sweet cure by the oe of the amue 9, 1 1549. 23 !
: enough to for hardly SARSAPARILLA, and it was cfd nut under th. b jolh deceased. negroes will be sold for cash, At the same time and place, the subscriber will Bat can any of these things be sa'ul o(S. P.Town'*nd's iaTe-
.,'. make a taste. I circumstancei easy and the lot on tertnsrnadeknown on (Ihc day 0'' ulc. offer for ale SIXTY LIKELY SLAVES, consisting rlur article Thi ynuar I....'. liquid is nut lu h*
is a remarkable fact in lo argue against that opinion : BUT Fresh Groceries. of valuable field hands COMPARED WITH THE OLD
I dentistry, that a NOW FOR PROOF. When Ihechild I Purchasers lo pay fur ti'l- paper :and house servant Terms, bCanLofOn. DR-S

person may secure a set of teeth against I to be perfectly TiE cured,we stopped giving her appeared BENJ F. WHITNER, '0 BARRELS GENNESEE FLOUR creditof twelve months notes to be \tl secured. of IJirrEltlORATlON Gg.eDY.uribr, and the one U LNCAMBLZ

decay by taking up a live rattlesnake, ali extract, supposing all was safe; but in ; your Master in Chancery. 15: i do do do The titles to (the whole of the property areindisputable. NEVER SPOILS

chewing it from the head to the tail from days l the sam eruptions, running at hvem.fv, September 20, Ht9. 38 lOw :30 do St. Louis dot while the Other DOES urif.frmnlnf.a.d Hrmimf te
one eye Goshen Butler R. G. tvtUn c"ntaioinf II Into fimgnieau the ado
kegs MAYS ; soar liquid expla
end to the other, at one i! dwelling began to return. We waited five days to boxes do du>K. and damaging otier goods Matt not this homble ton
Perhaps Cheese Commissioner
sitting. and
therefore the !, I see if it would amount to any thing serious. increased Notice. 31 Receiver. pound be poisonous to Ibe system t-/fiat.' put actd rate a
democracy may improve their 1 50 sacks Java, La\uir, and Rio Coffee, Oc fber27,1549. 42 isV .aireaJy duemttd witS uill.It.1
rapidly a berore.'e cau es 91.1..1& butacid
.: the I < again commencer weeks after date, I will apply fo the Honora- l Loaf The Florida Sentinel Macon 1 Do we not all know that lie. |
ivory bychexving SIX boxes Sugar Telegraph Savannah fund svars la oar stom
i her :
green dynasty from one giving sour medicine, and in five days, (r same Judge of Probate for Monroe County for Ict- achs what mischief it produces 1 1to11 .. heartbura.:
10 bbls. Charleston palpiCaIIOD
and Powdered Republican, Courier
Crushed do.
.end to the other, bitter or sweet, or bitter or I period of lime as before,) she began to grow better, t ers of administration on the estate of Benjamin and Jacksonville of the heart liver coaiola.nt.diarrbm. dysentery. colic
bitter, the case be. and in about two w"eksVU well From that 10 do Xo 1 and 2 lckert.! Republican will publish once a week for and corruption of lbs Mood 1Vb.it U $rrofala bat aa acid
There again. P. J.
leegendeceased. FONTANE.Key .
may is humor
8 nothing i day tu 'this, the child has been 6do do do : eight weeks., and forward bills to this Office. in tbe body ? What: produces the hnntors which
good lo eradicate perfectly well. West, August 30, IS.W.0 6w bnng oa Eraptions of the
t0 worms a 'bitter article Cjdo do do do I Skin. Scald Head. Salt Rheum. Krripmas. -
a I My father Isaac Hodges, of North Adams, ?!ass., White wejljuig.. fever Soreand all .lceratias laternal -
therefore, the bitter of both ends of the present j a PlIYLCtANcametoeeus with intention o 20 boxes smoked herring', Tax Collector's Sale. and external t It j is nothing under heaven bat a. aevJ
.. condition of Notice. 4 baskets fresh Olive Oil, aabor.tcc.. which soun. and thas spmls all the Cuids of tb*
if for
her. but
things, well chewed, j prescribing an we were your med I virtue of the authority in body more nr I...
I ulini me law 1 Wht
nviy by
CHUMS Rheumatism bat
10 Candles BY a soar eT
't efiect icine with success, and the child r PHREE months after date, I will apply to the bO'el Sperm vele acid fluid which
a insinuates
permanent cure in the stomachs! of': improving rapidly have levied upon, and \" for sale before ltelf between tbe>HBts and elie-
the true of the i; he did not condemn it, but left his own prescriptionj JL lon. Judge of Probate for the County of Jef.: 10 do Star Candles, the Court House door in the County expose of Madison wbere. trntatin and indaoimg lae delicate tissues OBOB whleh
exponents people. \Vc re-1!'j t be ued in case our Extract failed. We had_ leave lo cell a part of the real estate cf 5 barrels Butter Crackers, the first II acts? Su of oenrous diseases of imparity of the khiod. of
collect an old lady who '! no do Water do on Monday in February next, the following i deranged circulations and nearly all the ailsueata whlc> aflias
was Thomas
cured deceasedOCTAVU5
once by I occasion for it, and I am sure he now recomI Stephens, : described lands or so much thereof 3 will henuta jtaiure.Now .

chewing mountain'rf. which,alter all, lured II I I: mend your medicine in similar cut."il H. GADSDEN, boxes No 1 Soap, the taxes due thereon for the year 1849!to wit satisfy: to us* UAI33OURING is II not nnmbie 10 nuke sad sell, sad ntniUCy srs.
Ihson Ihson Skin and Teas
be Your obedient Guardian of thechildren ol' said Thomas Gunpowder ,
out to a rat's (tail, dried in the shade andtipPd I servant, Malaga Wine Sicily do TbeSE4Sec1StheESW4Sec IS.and the FERMENTING ACID COMPOUND'GF

: in pier a. HORACE J. HODGES.VKOM Jefferson 22, Stephens I 1i-t9.31 deceased.2am3m Albany Ale, St. Croix Rum ad.ria, N W 4 of S \V J, Sec 17, all in T 2 NR2E., be. S. P. TOWNSEND,

the end u bitter and should Coun'SCpt New England do American Gin, longing to Sylvester Hinton. and yet he would tiin h,\e it II1Jcr..tu..d that Old Dr. Jvceft '
; why
weendeavor i Town end's ...
lo account for that which is a fixed I New YtrkSept. 14, 1&4S. Jefferson Co. Tax Collector's Sale.BY 1 bairels Cumberland Whiskey, Tax Ass'r. and Col. for Madison Connly. of Heaven his Inferior forhirf preparation'!'
II M best thtl .
shnuM deal
Cigars. tvt 1 in
fact, and always will be a fict until the To Frederick A. Gay, Esq.: October 20, IS 19. 41 3mfsfifl bear his dc'1 aa article: uhieb wenU
V fled virtue of the authority vested in roe by law, I: Just received and for sale by DHMt rewmblaDcc I.> S. P.TnwnienJ's rficf
genius of American liberty shall descend; My Dear Sir-I I cheerfully comply with *sour re. have levied upon, and will offer for sale, before October 6, 1349. 39 S. S. KNIGHT. and load which .h"ulolilrin: dm a upon the od: Dr.iochasiHiuania

.. with) a coarse towel andvipe out tbe quest in acknowledging, with others, the benefit the Court House door in the to\n of Monlicello, on 3 YARDS GUNNY BAGGING, aDd parchaiers complaints wbu and have crimination used:. r.ToMO* from Afeiu. who have old.
'J U J enii'srKS.MCNTi.NC:
green which I have derived from the use of .Extract the first in 2,000 yards Dundee COMPOU.NH.We .
Monday the -
age and bitterness together 7 of Canchab February following New Fall and Winter Goods. 2,000 Sea .
S Island
California wish
ua, or Plant. Itscflecls upon described properly, to wit : It nnd r tnoj. brain II is the ii lte traiL thai
We read in the Testament of a little book my sstern arc evident and gratifying, and have Section 27 of T 2, R 6, N and E., bounded on the I THE UNDERSIGNED info"" fis customers and I 100' Ibs. Bagging Twine 8. P. Townsend's r.lJlI..it article and Od: Dr.Jenb T"wlI..n.rs 9irsaparilU -

t that was sweet in the mouth and bitter in the induced me lo recommend its use to my .friends; and (East by Eldred Simkins, North by Gen. Bailey, and: I public e, nfr.-J1, that he pas agents of ex- Just rectlYd per brig Suwannee, and for sa'e by they are nal.ke are in every port.fular apart. t4 tllViD txjiinlny nOl fnfi one.sln Hv.'i ;tbiEj ti\J

S .. 0 belly. This book is like the I am pleased to assure you that in no instance have West by the Ocilla River. pe,;...... giiQ capacity, In the cities of New York: October 6, 1S49. 3'J S. F. BUR.NEY. U common. *

of the heroic something record I been disappointed in its efficacy. I do not hesitate Levied upon u ,i. pr.p..j ./ nicnard K. and Boston, for (the purchase of goods suited t/ I his As 8. P. Town age. think its acts in my confidence in its remarkable medicinal quali- and to be sold for State and County taxes due Cal. market ; and that he will, in a few days, be receiv Just Received, chcraUt.than no phnniwceutitanuw.i other no mnre of medicine.or' disease

are equal to the plague, at least, and well!I lien,and to stale that I believe it "il be found to b on for the .year 1642. ing and will continue to receive during I he fall and I AT LEWIS &. AMES' Drug Store, a fresh supply what funraxtet any can coinimm.th" puunc nnscienr.he.hare that nnj they>'wlHOi vc r oot.'ic.nf nan..

calculated to beat wormwood all hollow. an excellent remedy in moM cat diseases of DANIEL T. LINGO, winter a large and well assorted stock of, AIFRI- New and Valuable Medicines- genuine scientific, nw-dicii.e. conummg all: the vruac-f; tire

:? Like the patricians of Venice the Amen liver and kidneys, in pulmonary aferioK. and also Tax Ass'r and Col. for Jefferson County. CAN, BRITISH FRENCH.GERMAN, r are (the {following: among which I articles which nn-hi o rd' in render pn>partng them it.ar.d wbirh Hr ir.eii| ,e >>fci>ini*
AND AUE.NTS ui Dise It'W..t
I INDIA *# a
can in the purification of the blood, our October '7. I If49. 42 3m GOODS embracing every ,sla. DR.SPENCER'S health.
people are now eating their bitter bread merit in the introduction of this invaluable plantmaybe pie or fancy, usually sold in this market. The facilities VEGETABLE PILL-1D RES But wh"t else shnnld l I.expertrd from no. whVnuw>nolh

above the graves of their glorious dead ; and' appreciated, it the sincere wish of Sale of in which he now possesses for keeping on hand I TORATIVE I Ing. comparatively of medicine or d se*. : I?reitur-- a .*r-a
while Negroes Chancery. Designed (for, and trill tur Dyspepsia, Liver Com- f some experience to cook and.n. deciasi*
the bitter tear courses down their Yours .itscerely. R. Ii. WINSLOW. a constant supply of new and desirable goods, ena. I iieal. How much up PIPS II mmiuun
r.; pal a Decree in Equity, made on the 3uih of bles him to other much plaint Piles, acrofula. Jaundice-and all kindred I mnrr isiporlact is it that Ibal"ra"l1s| n ha ILAB
lid cheeks, they wonder 09;: Pamphlet (containing a description of Cali UNDER greater inducements to hi diseases mfiuturv medicine, designed (.r
i' be why they were so fornia, together with. interesting information in re ii. .the Circuit Court for the County of I friendsand the public, both l in prices and assortment!, resulting from a disordered stomach or impure WEAK STOMACHS AND KNfKFBLKD SVSTrils

: t. green alto sucked in by a white horse, acocked lation lathe Lon, Stale of Florida I will offer at public sale be than heretofore. These, with strict attention to business (tale of blood. ihiuld mow well tbe medical prurt.e| ; if plants. to- WstBianner

hat, and a brown surtout. and curel, ae CANCH4L4GUAillemalkbll"fcy( the Court House in Tallahassee, within legal I he hopes will receive for him a liberal share, DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, alao J( sseunng and c""r.ntmting their betling virtue
The long and short of the Sold LEWIS AGENCIE. hours on Monday, December neit the following of patronage. All orders The safest, most effectual, and pleasant preparation the humaa extensive. kauwieJ'e of the van-ius d.ea.n. "bwh slTect
mater is, that the' AlF., 3t promptly eecul.d, and I Ievery before the ).r.n.n'n-itv to"ilii|>i remed-rs tu lhe.. ilsea_?
,\ democracy have cheated themselves Agent!, Negro Slaves, effort made to gin. satisfaction. undersigned public for the eradication of WOUf in II is lo ".l (rau.J, ."'O tin onrorionnte. 1.n, Satin! IsIs
and, lke. October C. 1649. Tal.hauee. Tfnah. May and her three children Saraband I will also cotton make Children or Adults. wounded humanity 11) kindle h. e In .!& .t.ttvnir.rf i.i iin t*
the medical purchase or liberal I Iadvanceecin
t. student :9 restore health
who mistook (Ihe hpr four children. Dick and Kve. HULL'S COUGH and DIMMU. anj v.3..r rji t.ii cnuhed "ti/J bn>-
-. ', shipments to his friends in New York.S. LOZEXGE. kea.and k.lunuh Infirmity that(11.1)IiiC.J \," TOW.NSCM
all,, mao< IbCI lea of asretida and tansy, P. P. LEWIS, This sale is made to Iro.ide for I tire payment ol K. BURNEY. Will FHEVEJIT Consumption CURl al cases of has BOUGHT and FtH.'MJ the oppt.rtunily find iar*ns ko brirs
and never discovered their mistake certain amount decree, and (Ihe balance September 15, 181g. 3<3 Colds, Asthma,Spitting ot Boo Pains the Side, II

whole drawing bad been drained unlithe ag OJ J"at', for division between the heirs at law of Josiab Shorlnes of Breath and al Pulmonary. Com Grand Universal Concentrated
i. : to change his location from and Ann Pendarvis deceased. plaints. llfiucily
HAVING determine HEAD
dregs. QUARTERS,2o BRIGADE, IST Div. F. M. f
# > within the '
reach. n.l ti Ibe hnnwlrj-w, Ih-I
Tallahassee, Fla., \ould The, terms of the sale are Cad.and purchasers to :9 l wbo aJ it
S .. Well! there weaker respectfully tender his Quincy, October 10, iS 19. 5 DR. -ALIa they MWV eat and ksow. by j'visi' r'I'J..I| > It.
are things in the poliii.. professional services to (the, pay for bills of sale. General Orders, No.2.1S. UUL1S FJVFRND AGUE PILLS, Iramceudciit lu\vcr Heal.

: cal world than the Second Washington! but citizens this and the surrounding country. He BENJ. F. WHITNER, The several Regiment of .Ihe2d Well : and Effectual Cure

"'.l'. where they are, we cannot exactly say ;; and wil., where visit Montitclo. Madison, and Thomasville, November, t.c40. 43 Master in Chancery. !! on (their respective! parade Brigade grounds will for and for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent Sold wholesale and retail l by>
prepared In his allother
I': there are worse things than the present cab!. 'fession in all ill various branches hoping practice(horn many pro. $25 Reward.RUNAWAY review, inspection, and dril, at the lime and placed Cents per Box.Fevers. Prc reduced to Seventy-fee, THOMPSON. SKILL IAX & CO..
; ; specified, 102 Nassau slrr1t Yoik.
net. but for the life of us we cannot find them years experience in the science to be able to give en- Fifth The above Medicines, fiesh and w
from (Ihe subscriber Regiment in gennine,
t sometime Quincy, December St h. are for
in the upper regions. But who knows what lire Ladies satisfaction.wailed' on at All their operations residence.Rtf"tn will. b warranted I. ] r month of February last, a negro Sixth Regiment, in Tallahassee, December l 1st. sale bj LEWIS & AMES, And by LEWIS & AMLS, ..

T 4 dilfle have from girl namd SYLVIA, of dark Seventh Regimentin Monticello Tallahassee, Fa. Agents, Tallahassee.
may November2llh.
: (escaped by hav. ":-Drs. D. A. Brandon,A. W. Preston' completion, For
". ,1., ing bad our present sickness ? as the lame S. S. Adam, J. H. Hill)!, Her. P P. Smith, Thomas-, bout five (, five ur si\ inches high, .thin 1st Battalion, Eighth Regiment, at Madison C. IL, formation certificates concerning of recommendation the above and other in April 21, 1S49. 16-ly _
; man said when he broke I ville. and spare made, and has red eyes. She is 20th November. !edicine*,5ee future

.. and out with the measles, i Dia. %V. J. Brioson and J. II. to be lurking around Tallahassee, and is IUPP'e 2d Battalion, Eighth Regiment at Jasper, '171 h No. advertisements, and pamphlets! which may be ob Blncksmithing.GOOD. .
'. tapered of with the mumps. Pope,Madison Court often in the city of evenings among the tree negroes. vember. tained t of the enr.. I

; S But it is ; and teeth or no teeth House. Her husband, when she left:, was R. HaywardS boy Battalion attached to Sixth Regiment, in March 18, 1549.. 3! substantial, and cheap Blacksiuithitif of
.5 I i OCh Office at Mrs. J.L. Dernilly's.Octobt'r Newport, kinds done at the Shop near Stable, 0Ccupied *
must chewed and those Henry, on I the Tr place, and it is November 27lh. my
b ; who make 13 1849. .dwel supposed
40 last
6m by Miller & Brnkaw.
Medicines year
.. least about il that she has got yet. 2d. The commissioned and. non-commissioned offi Drugs, &c.
get with it the January 20,1819. 3 A. A. FISHER-
J easiest. We wi through THE GALPIN HOUSE. The above reward will be paid for her a'pr"hpn. : eta will u'fmblr. n the parade of their -
hae eaten lw.dua bread and lion and delivery lo William Johnsonon Jack respective Regiments the day IrolJndt, EDWARD BARNARD, JR.,

4 t tv: ;: pine bark in Norway ; we hae ealen oat. NEW N N S V ILL E FLORIDA. son. V. V. SKKEINE. 10 o'clock, A. M., armed and equipped tht according w.to at received by the late arrivals, a S. S. Knight

; meal .cakes and blue buttermilk! in Ireland ; public are informed' th'at the GAL- October 20, J949. 41 I If law, (or dri and instruction.' IHAS addition lo his lock of GEN. WILL continue business at his old stard, whirl

; ::.t we bare eaten the black bread of Russia and : Hou.th: now opened for t the reception 3d. relimrnralline wi be formed precisely DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of hopes to wail on such of l his friends as ha"

-I ) the soggy root.bread of Minesota l rde and Travellers, and they rosy; "Now Opening" at hal past' 11 o'clock. A. i are of good quality. Jour for Ctuh. heretofore extended so liberal patronage, premising

?jj did chew ; but we there will be no pains spared in making T ADIES* latest style black Silk Vistt..blc\! The Brigade SlafI will report for.dufy ilbe general assortment of (the follow that all hall have good articles lair prices.

.. never upon a thing, with an end or M far as in 'the power of(the Proprietor JLJ while Satin lor ladies dresses, .uperiO parade grounds of Ihe several Regiments of hug which are warranted genuine viz: April 29,1549. 17

I : without an end, that was 1 ridiculously! bitterso to do 10. Hi stable are neW and in fir*( dered Swiss party .uperiormbroidq/d colored Brigade. Honck'n! Panecea, Rowan.! Improved Tonic Mix-

,.. ; unmitigated/! horrid-so nauseous and rate order, and a first rale( o.ttr always in atten Swiss dresses, superior ".white dolled Muslin, 5lh. The commanding officers of Regiments are hIre. Wistar's Bahar of Wild Cherry Brandreth' Pure Sulphate of Quinine.

___. 4J .as the sweetest end of the jancc..N. rich bonnet Ribbons black and moursing bonnet '! charged with Ihe extension of this order. Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor lIE subscribers have on hand two hundred and

:1 t 5 e\'erJutiDI. airing the rope B. Private apartment always furnished (or Is.dies. Ribbons, fancy silk Buttons, black Gtp.? velvet By J.orrer H. of A. K. ALLISON, Brig. Gen. Com'g. Worm Cough, and Dinner 'Lozenges, Bonpland's T filly ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which thy
lon up herring.hea ;O. M. GALPIN trimming Ribbons. VCRDIKR, Adjutant Celebrated Feverand
--- General Ague Remedy,Lucenia Cordial, have obtained diiect from the manufacturers, and
: glories of tbe "TiewnanitUIe. 23, 1849.-25 Proprietor Jut received per schooner Vinrerf from Ne\1 October 20,1849. 7 Thompson's Eye Water,Me Mlmn' :' Elixir of Opium they will warrant it lo be a snpeiior article.

t, BOLS"St. Louis Flour, York,and for ale \by S. F. BURNEY. Sands Sarsaparilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines

I ." Diztiszgti.tked Convert.-The Protestant 24 -tOltbli. Cinrinnatti Floor, September' 29, 1849. t Tin 1fanuactor. Tvler' ditto, Gordon's:Billions and Anti-Dyspeplir. by recent anivaN,and are prepared to exernl*
ChurcLutan states that Rev. Dr. 'Forbes I eCkwilh' Anli-Dyspeptic Pills orders for articles in line at wholesale rela'N
ol 30( I PIECES Peters' and our or
Whi.ky. BAGGING we
fL: St. Luke's (Protestant Episcopal) Church, in'J Sf I b..Bicon *, 10 10 do Kentucky no I (engaet Jo all orders in our line in are a celebrated Spencer's Pills, and is Agent (or S. P Townsend': on the meat accommodating terms.

:' Hudson-street, New York city" has renounced O1) Ih,. Shoulders, lOcoiU Rope '.8 Osnabu-gs, f prompt and satisfactory manner. All orders from bottle. Also Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 per We have also a few accounts yet due to us for In*
bOO lb.. For S-l the counfiy will receive superior Lemon Syrup, prepared year 1947. They are generally in small amounts,
.____ lotr by 3.4 Domestics attention.
the faith' of bis Sock, and anneJed himself to Jlr. 4.4 do. imm"d'are A pure Citric or Lemon fom weald
::\ S. S. KNIGHT. Just received and for sale by liberal discount given to roercha :ls and dealer ick Acid far preferable for but if the whole could be paid shortly it go

I ... the Baptist Church July 7th, 1849. 17 October 0,1S40. 30 S. S.JKNIGHT.? Jdne, 1849. 23 T WHITE& CO. Porter or ordinary&c., &c.use than that usually sold, London far towards liqaihticgeeilain LEWIS mirs which t AMHr we OflS.-

Jane 10, 184S. 47 : fl2L9.! 41

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