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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: December 1, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY HILTON & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1849. VOLUME. I---NO.::47.

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THE FLORIDIAN &, JOURNAL Extract from Governor Chapman's Glared their intention to become citizens.To .- The First Duel' in Arkausa*. The Key of Death. f NICARAGUA-AN ISLAND CEDED TO THE

1C PCBLIIHED EVERY aATURDA1. MessageS be a citizen of the' United States, it is I UMTED STATED "
-- ---...... -..- ': necessary to be a citizen of some one of the The following tragic events occured many In the collection of curiosities preserved in A letter dated Leon de
TEKXS : States as the expression United States" implies years ago, but are interesting now :-Duringthe the arsenal at Venice there is a key,of which Nicaragua, October

Tniicc: Dot.LAD per annum if paid in advance. Admission of! California as a State. ; there can (be no citizen at large. canvass of an election district, Gen. Con. the following singular I tradition is related : 12,Mr.to the Herald says United: States

THREE A.ND A HALF if paid within six months. This brings me to what I consider the true But the question lies deeper than this. If way and Mr. Crittenden were opposing can. About the year 1090 one of those dai.ger- Sqtiiertbe Charge lothe

FOUR DOLLARS if not paid until the end thcyear. source of danger to the South. For I confess they were citizens, they have no power to didates. They were both to speak at a cer- ous men, in whom extraordinary talent is only Central American Republic, having received '

en-The". terms will be rigidly adhered to, and I do not much apprehend the passage of the form a government without the previous con. tin place, and Crittenden, who was a perfect the fearful source of crime and wickedness information of the intention of the English to ?

no paper will be discontinued until all atrearagc-a I Wilmot proviso, or any similar measure, so directly sent of Congress. Who are sovereigns gentleman, and wished, if possible, to avoid a i beyond that of ordinary men, came to establish seize the Island of Tigre, belonging to Honduras .

paid, unle at the option of the publishers. Sub- ) assailing the equality of the States. It The Constitution answers the question by the fight or any hostile feelings, spoke first. He himself a merchant or trader at Venice. and commanding the entire Pacific
scriber, will be received for three months at One i be threatened in order to direct our at. had heard that General The whose Tebaldo became coast negotiated a treaty with Honduras the
Dollar months at $1 50. Every: order for the may i use of the language "territory belonging: to Conway was going stranger, name was
paper out--! is of tins county must be accompanied with, tension from that point where the blow will the United States." If the inhabitants are to insult him so as to provoke a fight. He enamored of the daughter of an ancient. term of which have not transpired but it is

the cash, unlw" the order cnmes through any of our be struck, and to reconcile us to a measure no sovereign, then they are sovereign entirely, raade a splendid speech, and entirely abstainej house, already affianced to another. He demanded ; inferred from the following circular addressed ,
regularly authorized agents in the State. less unconstitutional and dangerous to our lib. and independent in the United Stales ; for from the use of language personally offen- her in marriage, and of course was 10 the various foreign legations and other officials .

ertios, but not so apparently unjust, less offensive sovereignty is indivisible and there cannot be i site to his antagonist. He would up by saying rejected. Enraged at this, he studied bow to in Central America that the U. Slates

ADVERTISEMENTS lo the. State pride, and to which the attention two sovereignties over the same thing. But and his eyes shot lightning a he said it, be revenged. Profoundly skilled in the mechanical have received important concessions from

Will b<.. inserted at the rate of One Dollarpt"uqu.re of the people has not been so much lithe people ofthe States, in their federative tint he trusted no gentleman wound utter 1 arts, he allowed himself no rest un I Honduras :
and fifty cents for eachouMertent
of tWf'lfe lined in.for rt t"n.'he first A reasonable deduction directed. I allude to the miserable chicanery capacity, are sovereign, then, for the wine words, in the heat of debate, towards him, til he had invented the most formidable weapon LEGATION OF THE UNITED STATES,:
not ices ear- the infraction of the Constitution, and : such as could not be tolerated ( the code of which could be This< IS CBXTRAL, AMERICA
will he made on I lza! notices! estate : > gross reason, they are eo entirely I and their jurisdiction by imagined. was a .
It notices without' alteration, by persons having the fraud upon the country, which is now being through their representatives Congress honor." key ofa large size, Ihe handle of which was Leon de Nicaragua, Sept. 29, ISB.

regular account with candidates the office. for office FIVE perpetrated in California to rob} us of the is complete and exclusive. To attempt, there. Conway took fire like ponder at a torch.He .- so constructed it could be turned round with SIR :-I have the honor to inform you that 1
All announcement\* of and bounded his feet and forth When it disclose the 1 Island of Tigre, in the Gulf of Fenseca !
POLLARH-invariably in advance. No attentionwill tenitory acquired by common treasure fore to erect n government either Territorialor to poured on difficulty turned a spring, ,
be paid to any ordertor announcementunless common blood, and thus consummate the object State, without the assent Congress!? first the head of his opponent a torrent ofthe most which, on pressure, launched from the other has been ceded to the United States of North

accompanied with the ca!.h. of the proviso !hy Mexican aid. given, is a violation of their rights, and is, in hiucr and burning denunciation. Crittenden end needle or lancet of such 'Jsubtil fineness America, by the Republic of londur for 1
All religious.; marriage; and obituary notices published It appears from the most reliable information effect, revolution. rejined with but a single sentt'nceYour that it entered into the flesh and buried the time |ending:constitutional action'upon an
but editorial notices for private
benefit zratuitously; will be; charged as adveitisements. received from that territory, that the peo. This was well understood by Mr.\ Jefferson language, Gen. Conwa. admits of only one itself there, without leaving any external existing convention between the two Republics .

pie unprovided with any government, had when Louisiana was acquired 'from France.On .- answer, and be surf, I will trace. and that, accordingly, speedy possessionwill

Jon WORK. determined to erect a provisional governmentto On 17lh of Octo her, 1803, at an extra ses- make right speedily." He then descended Terbaldo waited in disguise at the door of be taken of the same upon behalf of the

We are well prepared to execute Job Work such continue until Congress: should provide for I sion he communicated to the Senate the treaty from the platform' and, attended by a few selected the church in which the maiden whom he United States.

at "ith. ud.., hlank, nainpblet,&.c",wilh neatno their wants. This, though revolutionary in fur ratification. On the 21st, he informed friend, hurried away to his: hotel. His IO"t'da about to receive the nuptial bene The existing port and other regulations of

'. mnl< d !I"3rrh All work of this description, its character, docs not seem to have been intended both [Houses of the ratification, and asked that second waited on Conway the same evening, diction. The assassin sent the steel, unperceived the hant! wile continued until otherwise a 1

."veni- ,,:'fir for,.. .in,r,-*ri'! b.n."ruM having f,T! on trarlv:d<*liverv.3ttsincss accounts. within I in derogation of the right of Congress, authority might be given for the formation ofa and a hostile meeting was arranged for the into the breast of the groom. The Ir.l!ft't.

but as a measure of necessity. Their proceedings temnorarv ,government. On the :!3d.. Con following f morning.A wounded man had no suspicion of ingury, but I United

([ I I however, were forbidden, and their I gross invested him by law until the expiration vast throne collected at the place and seized with sudlen. and sharp pain in the midst i inttresls.n '1
lUllS, &r. intentions frustrated by the General com- of the session with the power of resting time appointed, to witness the duel. The of the ceremony, he fainted, and was carried ern islands and coasts of which will

rnandingihe U. Slates troops in that quarter, all the military, civil, and judicial: authority in seconds were Col. Wharten Rector for Con. to his house amid the lamentations or the bridal not permit her to look with indifT-rence upon \

R. H. BERRY, Auctioneer. not from any anxiety to preserve the rights of such persons as he should direct far maintaining way, and Ben Desha for Crittenden. As the party. Vain was the skill of the physicians any measures which shall affect the present

those who are sovereign in the territory, but and protecting the inhabitants in the seconds in al such combats are often inore who could not divine the cause of the order of things in that quarter.I

SAtE DAT8-WCDNESDAT'S AND SATCKDAV's.COPARTNERSHIP. to commit a still greater outrage upon them by free enjoyment of their liberty property and important s-s respects the final result, than strange intss. and in a few days he died. I am sir with high consideration,your o'je-

proclaiming the continuance of Mexican law', religion: ,' (not political rights,) .' unless I even the principals; themselves, we may be again demanded the hand of dient servant, .
/ .-The sub,cl fibers have form and himself civil Governor under that law, for the of provision said I pardoned for briefly sketching the two,who the maiden of her parents, and rpreivec a sec. (Signed) E. GEO. GQUIER.
V_>/ cd a cora.rfnt'.hip, under the firm of BERRY and by the of the temporary government acted in the ond refusal. They, too, perished Two British '
&. ROU'LES, to Conduct the .Indian and GtntratComminHan quasi appointment Secretaryof Territory be sooner made by Congress.On ."- present case. misenib'y vessels are daily expected on
Bwinftt ; and wall give their prompt I War. Thus that officer combined in himself the 'JGth match, 1904, Congress erected Wharton Rector was a professed duelist, in a few days. Tne maiden, thus cruelly orphaned the coast wilh the object of seizing the above

attention to all business entrusted to them. the legislative i function directing what the Territoiial governments of Louisiana I notorious alike for the number and futility of had passed the first month of her Island, but they will probably find it a bootless

H. H. BERRY laws should be in force with the civil, executive and Orleans, extended the previous act to Oc. i his murderous conflicts. He was universally mourning in a convent, when Tebaldo, hoping errand.I !.

Tallahassee, November 1. 1S49.J. J. ROU'LES.43 i and military power. tober, 1601, when this should go into opera. i feared throughout the west, from St. Louis to to bend her to his will,entreated to speak understand that the State of Costa Rica,

Either the people of the territory are sovereign tion, and declared what acts of Congress: were New Orleans although in some shrewd minds with her at the gate. This she refused. Te the government of which has been entirely

ALEX. C. MORTON, there, or the people of the States. If in force in the Tenitories. On the '20th of !. there had always; lingered a doubt as to the baldo, beside himself with rage, determinedto under British influence, is in a state of great '

AT703NIY: AT UW9, the former, then they have the power to form : February, 1811 permission was given lo Or. character of his courage. These thoughtthat wound her through the grate and at last excitement in consequence of the proposed f ;

And Commissioner! of Deeds for the Males ff any kind of' government they choose and the leans, and on I the 8th of April, 1812, t to Lou the desperado relied on his immense personal ucceeded. The obscurity of the place prevented cession of a large portion of its territories to
conduct of that officer is denial of the i and the deadliness of his aim his movements from being observed. the
Tennessee, Florda, nnd .llixsmijini.E ; a principle isiana to form a State Government. The strength, English. An arrangement to that effect
( AT COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. 4 ) which lies at the base of our political precedent is to the point, full, and conclusiveas rather than'on innate and unconquerable bra. The maiden soon felt a pain in her breast and, is said to have been made by its minister in
system, that governments derive their just to the exclusive jurisdiction of Congress. uncovering it, she found it spot'ed with a (in.gle England, and there j is little: doubt of the facts.
W' ILL give faithful attention to such bu>ji>e'?saf from the consent of the very.Ben Desha, a son of the celebrated drop of blood. The pain increased 11 li this
may be entrusted to him, in the Courts of the powers governed. The argument: being: against the rights of governor gradually supposed measure will result in a rev-
Chattahoocliee\ Circuit, Georgia, composed, lI'| the If the latter, (the rights of government belong the people in California to form a Slate or of Kf'ntuckJ had but recently emigratedto and the surgeons who to olution in that hitherto comparatively quiet

Counties Muscogee H .rm, Talbot! Stewart and exclusively' to their agents and represen other Government, without the consent of I: prowess was not known, assistance, taught by the past, wasted no State. Indeed rumors that such a revolutionhad r

Marion. and Alabama.in the Counties of Ru+scl), Macon and tatites-Congress-and it is no less a flagrant: Congress first given, the conclusion is the but only imagined from his singular appear time in conjecture, but, immediately cutting I already! taken place! were current on theca

J1".hollr.August! t IS. IS49.1 32-Cm violation of their rights. In this usurpationso same, whether they establish or prohibit slavery ance. He was a tall, pale slender mm: deep into the wounded part, extracted the I t. (I t is also understood! that a'very earnest .

unprecedented, it appears that he is sus. that they cannot constitutionally be ad- whose thin lips wore an everlasting; smile or needle before any mortal mischief had commenced correspondence has been opened by our

LEWIS & AMES' tained by instructions from the War Dep.irt- milled into the Union as a Stale. sneer--one could hardly tell which, so ambiguous and thus saved the life of the young minister with the government of Costa Rica

DIALERS iy ment, and acts in accordance with the opinions Such a declaration be to was its expression-and his eyes were lad, The appearance Tebaldo at the convent on the subject, whicbi probably come out t
may repugnant
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS] and advice of the President and Secretary oi the views of many, but I utter it in all frankness small as an infant's fierce, reddish, and unut- caused suspicion to fill! heavily upon him. upon the Congress.I .

Toilet Articles Perfumery lit. Window GlassPAITBRti State.It because my:experience through life has lerably piercing. Such danger,like eves, caus Accordingly his dwelling was car.fuly hear, also that the same minister has sent
,
is beyond the competf'nc.ofthe President taught me that it is better to adhere to principle ing every gazer to quail, could never belongto searched, and the infamous W:1 I to the government a detailed memoir upon

BRUSH AND COLORS, to create an office. lie appoints to such in ea c ward. This at least was the general found in his possession. Tebaldo subsequently the practicability of the proposed canal ;-
though at tAe I
Apothecaries' Glass! IViiro, ate.T offices as exist t under the Constitution "or ar'cr'afl.d of every emergency :; expense belief of all who saw him. perished on the gibbet.nUYAl'S which will also probably be placed before
some present loss t than to abardon it .
HEabnveeomtantlyon hand,and for sale at the "
lowest market prices. by law when no other mode of ap. for the sake: of fleeting, temporary advantage.We ( As soon as the parties appeared on the Congress.Corretpondence.

LEWIS Si AMES. pointmeiil is provided. The Secretary bus could scarcely insist t upon the observanceof ground and began to make their arrangements SILVER IE.
Tallahassee November :20, I S47. 1 S no power to appoint, unless invested with it constitutional serions difficulties ar.!e between their of the Charleston Courier
\ obligations by others, if vre In ties days of rushing after gold, as a M.
by Con rrss. Without an act of seconds ,various of order. While
fclMO.V TOWLE. MAKIANO 1>. PAPV Congress are reckless violating them ourselves. To on points seasonable warning, we copy for 1 perusal the WASIIXGTOX, So, 13, 1819.California t
creating a civil of California the the to these almostfor
.
governor were pending
do
so would place us in the and rob dispute a
from
TOWLE & PAPY, office has no cxictencc. It does not exist by us of that moral force which wrong and an hour, Conway became restless, agitated Allowing. passage Buuyau's Pilgrim'sProgress : is not yet in the Union, as a

Attorneys nnd Counsellors at law, Mexican law. To say ao would be to assert ivea our past and while Crittenden, trusting all : State, anJ is not likely: to be, during the next,
present position ;, us. angry At the farthest side of the plain called Ease,
six months. The
formed an association for the Practice that the laws of a nation extend beyond the I have to his friend, lay quiet on a blanket, withhis opposition to her admissionwill
HAVING now presented to this vital little called Lucre and in that 'hill
: will attend the several t Courts (.f I the limits of her jurisdiction, and into the jurisdic tion I )011 genes shut, as if enjoying a comfortable was a hi be very stern on the part of the SourI
hope, clearly and There eyes of them that had
explicitly. silver which
Middle Circuit of Florida and in the District Court lion another nation. Laws derive theirvalidity slumber. a some and in both Houses of Congress.
of the {j. S at Tallahassee.! All! busines'* entrustedto remains but the further duty recommending formerly gone that way, because outs rarity, several of here art
from being the expression of the Supreme settled and the grounds opposition already in.
Finally everything was ,
t their care will receive attention.OOrTiTin to such action those
prompt you as wanton violation bad turned aside to see ; but going near to the dicated. The
article !
thvCspitnl. will of a State. When Mexican sovereignty of principals took their positions, wilh their pis. excluding slavery, which
our rights demand. They he arrested brim of ihe the ground deceitful
being under
pit -
)1'ebnurv I 17, IMP. 7 over the territory ceased, the laws may tos! cocked, and their fingers on the trig has passed in Committee ofthe Whole! in the
if promptly met ; but, if endured, there i ii them, stroke and they were slain. Some California Convention doubt .
will be incorporated
which emenated from it ceased also because All was ready, when, to the astonishment no ,
MEDICAL NOTICE. no eye can penetrate the dark fuure that is gers. also had been maimed there, and could not, to in her Consiitution. But there
they were no longer the expression of the of ilhe Ben Desha hastily advaiiced is-
before spectators -
us, no tonge can describe the degraded their dying day be their own men again. another of
Supreme will. Only such laws continue in and (;Jen. ground opposition, upon which two-
Dr. Charles: T. DarbyRESPECTFULLY condition which shall seizing Conway rudely by
to we be reduced-serfs Then I saw in my dream, that a little ofTof third of will
Congress unite that is the
force in a ceded as the inhabitants the shoulder exclaimed" D whydon't ,
-n
country protect
: announce to the public in gen: where we were equals and equals only with you the road over against the silver mine, stoodDemas.jtn '
( permanrnllplocated himself \ their natural rights of life, liberty( and serfs. If know the you stand fair: ? Are you a coward ?" question[' of the boundary of the new Stat .-
our
of Alabama
people call to come and seen
Monli"ello. Floods arid. will, \ lie found at all time, property| ; and they, not as of right but by If you do that again: I will shoot you, by passengers ; The Convention seemed determined to grasp d
they are prepared to resist such who said and his !
a consum. to
unless ,irofMionally enaaeeil. Strict attention will sufferance hence the ol heaven I" shouted Wharton Rector Christian ftlowlII the whole sea-botrd of the ofa thous-
necessity P"cfC
; :guarantee; enragedat
mation.
be paid all sional There is no division of sentiment aside hitherto and I
to nrt let> calls. turn you a and miles in'extent, to the of other
their of them unfair conduct of
The the
May :3 iIS'' IS ing enjoyment by treaty. among them, and dangerous would be the Critenden's sec thing." of
moment (he treaty of cession was ratified our ond. puts Califrnil, which may hereafter form i iStates
spirit which, for party purposes, would repre. What thing so deserving as to turn in of the 1 1'T'his
Constitution extended the and 'Your iJle deter any portion sea coasts.- t
: cannot from
G over territory menaces me
EO. W. HUTCH INS the "
sent
people composing one party as less from the ] asked Christian.
carried with it all the' right which the of Dfsha way wil not be tolerated ; and the Con titu. ..11u
belong sensi.ive to such wrongs, and less! disposed to perfrmauce my dutyo replt'd Here is.a silver mine and some digging ion be back fur
i sent modification in this
AUCTIONEER under it to (the citizens of the States The has I I he : !
redress them, than those of tile other'e f!mie place. in it for treasure. If will come, with a i
T.1LL.1H.1SSEE, -' I right oftrial byjurr, fur instanc, exists there I He had gained his object. Conway was exj you respect, if in no Uher. The question, too. of
this .
are one on subject-one in interest! one j little richly provide for 'I
RF.rrn TO not by Mexican\ law, but in spite out, throughthe in feeling, and one in the determination to I j I cited by the insult lo the verge of frenzy.- .pains you may yourselves. hs admission or non.admission of free negro
.
Messrs. II. BOVD, J. W. ARGYLE, D. C. WII>ON, I Constitution which! guarantees it. Do resist. Let show this His face flushed, and his nerves shook wilh "let )opi>! 1t100 into the Stale, will be productive of t
and
us by action. Letus Then said
our : Hopeful, us
go debate.I .
P. II. ri. Gr.,T.J. JloP"o aud J. T. ARCHER. sPt. some
all other
not rights guaranteed by it exist He not physically in the best
passion. was
March 10, IS49 10 make it known, that there is a price too "Not I," said Christian, "I have before from the best '
likewise 1 It would be the drive the ofa Desha It'ar. :authority that New-
certainly highest dear Le state lo centre target.
to paid even for the Union ; and we heard of this place, and how many here have Mexico is about to form Provisional
J. L. CHIELDf, M. P. .. fa. BOND, M. I>. absurdity to contend that any law which con. will be safe and the Union still preserved. had the ,.vord, and he wilted several minutes been slain ; and besides, that treasure is a and send a Governmenr 9
fiscated or destroyed any property of the new But before pronouncing it. This was contrary to a deputation to Congress, as k:
whatever result
to the .
present contest between snare to those that seek it, fir it hindereth for .
Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, eovreignty could continue. If it do, then it the two sections of the Union all rule, and served to madden Conway more Then log a Territorial Government ; and fur- {
may lead, them in their pilgrimage. Christian her, that they will fn their
associated themselves in the must not only I be superior to the new sovreignty and more. not. prelaiinarrorganization.
together the "
of the South
HAVING people can never forget the called to Dernas, saying 1& not the placedangerous
of Medicine Surgery, &.c., ifler, their but possess greater vitality and force than stern devotion to principle and to the sacred While the two antagonists were thus standing ?" make! any provision in regirdto r
serve ". to the citizens of Quincy and the surround. slavery. Mr. Skinner, an able lawyer
that which created it. Then it is superior obligations of the Constitution in position, the spectators at a glance of
nie!: country displayed by "Not very dangerous except to those that Santa Ft1, been to this this bu ;
b:1 city on
Con tlt ition which is the contrasted their and Crit.
Quncy.iiz i *t 11 1549. :31 to our & supreme those firm spirits at the North, who, at the aspect bearing. are careless." Hut withal, he blushed as he and has received r
law of tho land, and that instrument becomes, sacrifice/ of tenden inherited (he noblest of human forms ness, every imifrmation: and
have
political
Thomas Jeff. Heir, as to California, a nudity ; to assert which is sustained the temporary right of the South position according, to with fair hair, blue eyes, and a lofty countenance spoke.-"Then," said Christian to Hopeful "letus encouragement ton. in regard to it from Mr. Clay-. i

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW to declare our system of government, the rights the faith of frank and open in expression, and %
plighted their fathers in lh way. Desert a
it confers and the duties it enforces the seal of The country will also form Provisional
WILL mart;ee in the Circuit Court in each at an compact of Union.I wearing death-defying bravery.He .' I will warrant when By-ends comes
; of( the Middi" Circ'jit, and in the Supreme st end.But recommend that be made if he has the invitation he will
provision by as we turn
,
C'tuit and United States! District Court a this is not all. The wrong would be the like a rifleman about to fire at a mark. But up agent to this city,nor has tae Government sent
Legislature at once, for the calling of in hitherto
Tall = a see.
*r? fMnnticello
J it.Much.
i January 29, lS49. 23 incomplete, if the South were not perpetually Convention ol. (the people of the State, immediately Conway had a stern face eyes dark as night, .' No doubt! thereof," said Christian, for my to K
.h _._._ excluded. The people are therefore directedto and his look of indubitable courage was amusement has been afforded to every
the per-
upon of the Wilmot his principles lead him that and hundred
C"R'WIITtf,1 [IW. S. DILWORTH enter into convention, and form a State Proviso in passage similar certibly tinged with revenge. Owing to the way, on.here by the developments[ of the Herald'in
Congress, or measure to he dies there.
WTH & DiL lWaTO: Constitution ; the times and places of holding having a tendency to exclude any slavery from insult of Ben Desha, all his limbs were tre one regard to the po'iry' of the Administration.All ,.

ATTORNEYS AT LAW elections appointed, the State officers, whom the Territories, or abolish it in the District of mulous with rage. BEAUTIFUL EXTRACT. laugh at the matter, except the Old Hun.

MON'TICELLO! FLORIDA. \\\ity\ arc to be permtted; to elect, designated, Columbia, or interfere with the removal of At length D 'aha gave the word, in a voice ker Whigs, who are so especially denounced

27. he( salaries they are to receive limited, and slaves from one State to nnother. I recommend that rung nf;r ovr the hills like the peal of a The Independent ,Order of Odd Fellows jy Mr. Clay tun.
July7,1619. the means paying him I pointed out. I will also that provisions be made that, in trumpet" Fire One Twothree! !" boasts ofa peculiar phiosophy. but it is nothing The story tint Mr. Clayton trill resign is t;

A. E. MAXWELL, ask, incidentally, whence docs this power to any such contingency, our sister Slates, similarly At the sound Fire," Conway still under more than under on a par with that of Mr. Meredith's contemplated

ATTORNEY: AT LMV create offices arise ? By what authority is affected, be invited to unite with us in the lot Ct suf the previous agitation, instantly another name, as is plain from the following resignation.i Mr. Clayton will not resign t

attend all the Court of the Middle, Cir revenue of the United States, constitutionally general convention to consult upon the state rai his weapon and pulled the trigger.His .- elegant and glowing description of it, taken alholb he has not (md his ofce I b<>d

WILL Och Office over S. F. Buriiey'i Store. in the treasury, and which can only be drawn of(the Union and the best means ol preserving bullet grazed the other's breast, and cut a from an oration ofa (brother of the Order : of roses. expects find difficulty
Tallahassee, Oct. 21, 1&411. 42 thence in consequence of appropriations by our common rights.. button, off his coat, without more injury. ButCrittenden Here is a (calm sweet realm. Here are in the French negotiation, when it shill be ie-
law," thus directed from its proper uses, and wait- till the last echo of the the green pastures and still water-here the newed, and is determined not to recede from

S. S. KNIGHT, expended in defraying the expenses of a goveinmcnt Too good to be lost.=The Hartford fimensays't'he word two" and then his pistol exploded.- ways of pleasantness and the paths of p acp.The any position which he has taken i in regard (n

\VboIcuIc & Retail Grorrr & Provision Dealer, imposed upon (the people, and inconsistent efforts of tbe'hi s to make; Wilh the roar, Gen. Conway dropped to the garden which she tills is the human he demands of the French Government, But }

TALLAHASSEE, I'LonIDA.ITEF.rs'onlitanttyon with our Constitution 1 Gen'l. Taylor resemble George Washington, earth like lead. The ball had pierced through heart and the seed which she scatters will he will have,.no difficulty: on this auJjecr.-
The confers the right of hIs heart their fruit in Heaven. Here not Prance i li not in to play bull .-= s
hand,and offer for sale at a proclamation voting reminds one of the ruse of Joe Smith, (he bear are )
for cash, aU the standard on every free male citizen of the United !Mormon\ who had one of hi 'disciple' rubbed I Thus ended the first great duel party in Ar- the pomp of scencf. Ihe splendor of geniu, The frienJsur: Mr. McIowel announc. .that

article in his line. Flours of approved qual Stales and of Upper California, and all the over with phosphorus, and then brought before kansas. It was followed in swift successionby the, glitter the might of armies. no is consequently, wi l be .

Soap itie-S'.1gar; Candle. ,Collets Lard,and Tea all, Bacon similar, Hams articles Pork-to., citizens of Lower California driven to the the audience, aficr, putting out the light near a dozen more .of the same character ,With her pale finger she points-to the annalsof a candidate for the Spt'| kprhip. p e

pet her with Fruit, Irinh Potatoes, Onion, Nuts, territory in consequence of their adhesion to The spectators gazed upon the luminous char and, without a .single exception, mortal till! the past, and they all become a chaff upon ', *
Uiiin ,Fig", Almond,and all other articleusually the Americans during the war ; thusintesting acter before them, and wondered at his in pi. the people themselves :grew sick and weary the bosom of the wind. Yet she stops not Colon from India.-Sample* of the Indian

found in iicilaretilabliiihmenls. Mexicans, Indians and negroes resident .(therewith ration. But when they smelt the phosphorus of the murderous exhibition. Critlenden sur. here. Speaks she not, in tones as solemn as a cotton, ex iJe'urge Buckham and consigned &
Store tt nex' door above G. H. Mcjinnigs'.on Monroe the highest privilege of American citizens the disciple didn't appear quite so divine' as( vivcd>Conway only a few.years; and died ofa midnight bell, of the nothingness of human; Mr. Huyh; .reming. of this town.hy the Horf -

April29'S19.reel. 17 Iy and enabling them to exclude us from the prophet intended The people of this torturing fever His, rival had the :easiest greatness? Listen again and ye shall hear : East India. Company, wereexhibited la buyers .

-- the territory. Thus the country, won (by our country snufled the phosphorus in Geu'I'fay.bur's death her clarionvoice, proclaiming aloud that human on Thursday. The cotton met whirl 5

GEO. H. BESTWICK, arms with so great an expenditure of treasureand case at an early I period." virtue never, dies Appears she now !brisk: 1 demand that only 103 out oftbo 67ft

Wholesale & Ettail Grorery) & Provision Dealer, of blood, is to be, reconquered: from us I by A Theatre ,without ,Gas.-Just after the with shadows uf death upon one hand, anJ the bales of, which the cargo consisteel 1 i.maineJunsold .

TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. the fiction of existing! l laws," and the victor, A Dream." I once dreamed," said Pat, curtain went up last evening at the Broadway history of the world upon the other, to teach yesterday. Tie great bulk of the cot.,

T7"EF.PS constantly on hand, and for sale at the in turn, subdued by the rotes of the vanquished. I was with the Pope,.and he ax'd me wud I Tb atre'tbe; &a suddenly vent ,out, and the how ,pitiful ,ia individual ambition and ye ion frotn. Broach at ft vl per | ound ; some
IV lowest cah Think's I wad duck swim ? and audience" in darkness. The la shall behold her descending her parcels but t.I. I brought isuchas TUBlowest
price, for cub,a lit the Itt itlf"*- in The Mexican residents or citizens of Cali. drink ? was utter upon,, angel as 5d.
11111 line fbuines Flourrofbest' qualities Sujar, fornia ate not citizens of the United State, seeing Innisbowen, and the lemons, and the dies screamed a little and giggled, a great pinions of' "lore and charity to gather the qualities-we believe the from

sine Giree, Lard, Teas, Whiskey Bacon HamsSoap.Candlef.and 'ule, Rai nor entitled 10 the privileges of such. Con. sugar, on (ho ,sideboard, lould him ( diil'ni. ,jl le:1 more : the gentlemen growled and pro. whole human family beneath their ample fld. IveandiMshv sold for 4d. The cotton has

found in similar eMablishmeuts.all\ other All articles Dually want gress possesses the sole'! ,power of the natumli care if I tuck a drap punch. Could or[rat 1 founded the ,whole pt.ira humbug. ,Everybody ,Comes she, \in the shape ofa hoary philosopher ),' !!een.sold 1 f fur, general (nsur ion. .1&.U con*-

l poisons! rUe zillion; of foreigners\ ; ,and it must! be by a ai'd the Pope. 7/b/yer holiness, and be that got out t safely l t \ serious casualties : Iw, r and bent with the weight.o' *idered to }be uf fair average quality,' ,Tha
t articles buy. uniform rule of naturalization. The treaty he stepped down i into the kitchen for I he Ltltwater'nnd we heard of, being jhe. exchanging of bat. many Jlars.Lo| 1, she comes again in th ,ample; ia fur,both as,to length and fineiwn ; ''

Jhg'flue where.Stort (formerly. cannel make 'chizctis, and does not do it, if it before he got hack, I woke stratt aQeJiv s and umbrellas
k Go.,corner of Monroe occupied and byffcr.& H.tit rf'd.Grecnlx-rg, could ; it only places those'' resident fin 'the up, and now h',distressing rae,that 1 JHn', men H little leas sharp, or perhaps, good deal osympathy( and ,tears of pity, to the abode 01< ., clear, bright .colour[ ,:.G .. ,Ghtzr.dian .

May IZ,15t14 t I 1J. game: position will foreigner; who Lave de. TAKE- IT COWU" # sharper,.tban. .their neighbor.-Tri lmc., want and house of death. ; ,

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WWlJWWiii R. B. HILTON'C.' : '. ET;:DYKE;. Te question U ncawserlously e and 1ma'l scarcely less (famed, in tLe person. of Jobn A. hey wllffiad if araoa.fcte; antcreg \r- -
FCELISJICD EVERY SATURDAY" .. -
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r DITCH A.DOiCTO1l. "" b Campbell!: of Mobile. to.c > : .
: ET ZZZzVTDfT' A D71U2 .... -.. _. ; : support.lkeir demagogue*, (there ; ; :' .
The schooner M Od! Zack" has cot nit wit) _,i -- .. -. : ; .. .
r To wbom rraeniMGti .1.0914 the are no statesmen in these days, and,the men The he N. T- Harald and the Butine&s Pro .ct ,. ,
I1 <>M txTerw .ddr slight damage, and ordered. by Board ofPort ,"II"latto. p .
1849.
Saturday December 1, of '
at t bead northern politics, are a verylow
Warden* to Mobile. for,repairs. whether The recent developments of an attempt on Thomas; P. _KelleuVEq.Vbo k ';esiii. "
t4II '83 CHUB, in AdriLct.r order demagogues no mattter x
per
Tbe propeler: Ashland'1 arrived on th* the part of certain members of Gen. Taylor's shed for f; himself *

;:.L.....___. __________________ 9th! from New Orlt.anltnh he Seminole Delegation NoUc .-;;There will be preachm' imli. MetiThnriay ..""" .:;-:.,-they call themselves democrat or whig.) in Cabinet bribe tht X. Y. Herald into its liu a.hi i&b repataiionasji vri>t
to
% By Trlegrephfa tkt Savannah GttJT&ilUl.h from ",-kaDn&. The delegation; Is dilf Protntal1tCbuicb, in1'aUiieeflThX17VeU, .,. .... ; the course of measures which they have mark. up Cmt an Moeyzithsgff! ;.-
7 o'clock.TAZ.LAHS _,,,-, fo.J; ed out, knowing I it mud destroy the onion as made by editor of that! :
i ONE WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE. headed by Halleck,Tustenuggee," and is accompanied Bixbf', at .' ,-.:.. .: b appr the paper following gratifying account of bos/new' ;
1 ; oft these States
: .\ At 8 o'clock and 50 minutes, last evening, by an ial!Went interpre'er' who : :' orroiiixtu'i4Psurzng ; : craed quite a. sir in the whig phalanx i New York in a Commercial letter 'G: tig

.. \ we received the following; despatch dated, c'aims! (o l b c a member of: tllf''! MethodistChurch. ,_ :- : ,','" ', r Th* W. Union and the Florida YMlsn.. of f organs. But they attempt to weaken tbeforce :.\rubiozO.Uain : 0 i
These, Jrtdlans arebrought 'back l /rom. 9 to 0L e '
; of the .
: ,: S BAX.TIMOBE, Sunday, 1, o'clock, P. M. here loir he >rT&rdoing-away,their : As citizens of Florida, our. thanks are due Herl' astounding disclosures by .Tbe great prosperity and freedomrerulsioas f
purpos cording ( ( .
,;:: 4 The Caledonia arrived at 11J o'clock on Influence and descriptions of,fbe;Indian coon;' 6..r co.'R'lalll't, : ; \ lo tbe Washington Union for the interest f publishing a letter fru-Oeog. nrt'g which tho clr ha*expert.ff,
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; tJ. Saturday night. The Halifax: wires were in. try West, he prejudices lh.er Florida Indians .-T DeathOfG.n.C1Lcl1t, tlV'e -? ; which i manifests in a matter of tbe greatest the author of tbe Jeuer ha p'n.he' : uner "the orAlio of&e independenty irnt*.

;"..; lerruplpd. She brings Liverpool dates to bare against removal.ff.ihej! are faithful to citizens the revealing the earnest desire of Mr. Clayton ,. a a \ tariff being proximatefrse7 'r \ indebted to the politeness of }[r. concern our -we mean removal
are
10th h conviction
November.LtvEitroot.
lave so
A their charge they may prevail with a good to secure the of the Herald, in which I wrought among those mercantile ,
: : tt .Corro* tJ.E.Jt&T.The Cotton? j T. many of them. The whole of the delegation CZissr of the 5- i/oirf, for th; i intelligence. .. of of th. Florida Indians. Since the outrages letter support minds which before dreaded a untried ;
j who is clerk in the Land
Brega, Office
.. i.t'o( market: his ben again; active, s-x-culatnrs! belong to the Tallas ee tribe, and are o count the death of Gen. D., L. CLL': CJ{,. .He.died of last summer, this powerful print has I a ] system, that no mora fatal measures fr wfci; ;

' 1,;J. t rat ing Jo a considerable extent. ", op.1 ff.he same band and blo d of**Sm Jones ;" of Erysipelas, combined, probably1: wftb/flbfr': nobly and manfully espoused the cause of this I Washington, charges Bennett with having 1f 1 1origiuals leaders could now b proposed than t no:

', :i. have realized an Jth (Co ith advance on and among them Is a .son-in-law or brother diseases, at tbe.Floyd House f in .Macpti, ,en State against her Indian enemies, and thejr garbled and interpolated the letters from the rrade (rein the aran made in these dN

; ican descriptions.; Other qualities, or all in.law of "&in\...} /t.one of the mostjww.erful .f white -and denies that be had authori l lions. A very conversation W' tb .

.r R. kinds, brought full rates. Sales of the wrek 1 Indians of Jon I'r band and the cuw! Tuesday. bight# -. last. Peac 4_. :lo.the.. -... .--s ijqja:' >. allies and sympathisers, and is most I from member of Gen. any Cabinet mercantile interests, embracing sonod ta r.

; ;; amounted 66,474 bales. Speculators hare deeply opposed to removal. It is improper gallant Voldier. 7-i -W,: perseveringly and pressingly urging upon the ty any Taylor's chants of all political shades wo serve ta I

,: ;' taken 3 J,180 bales. Exporters 29,604 bales. I peculate in advance upon the amount of influence Government tbe discharge of its obligations to offer the patronage of tbe Government, convince tbe most stupid of this fd. fo tilt

,f ,: The trade have taken -25,61)0 bales. this delegation will have with tbe In- OoTarnmtnt of California-. -Th. South Ex- to the whites by their removal. With its or any other consideration, for the Herald's country, where the amount of r-aUicdebt

i:. The Committee's official quotations declare ; dians.The. cJodsd! To this of" but a proportion to the '
circulation, the Union cannot fail, by its support. charge garbling, &e., ban smal aw regua .
.. : cn the 10th fair Uplands 6} ; fair Mobile oompany of artillery from Key West, Our readers will find on the ouUtde i of to. gteat Bennett replies as follows : dying of( coramnnity,an where:be pro.
,. 'I I 6 and fair articles upon this subject, to accomplish much! I
: |, Orleans 6{. under the command of Captain Getty. has acive business a larger return
extract from the mt"Mage of afor
(: PXOVISIO MAEIET.-Fhe day's paper an to disabuse the mind of tbe Tbe originals we bare on file, and we tbe of f
: grain trade atLiverpool 'been mounted, and has left this post for the public prejudices t employment !, banks are a .
:! London and other Go v. Chapman to the Legislature of Alabama challenge an examination and comparison ol i he mode
.f' provincial emporiums cordon. It is understood that there is a post which have for years been disseminated lo tbe orl"ement. The holders
e/ rather inactive. Prices of Bread Tbii extract foreshadows some of the greunds them with the correspondence a published stock o bnk
are influential
established: at Manatee! and two, fifteen miles of tbe among most j-
Florida. >
In aU I
:;:, ;I ...Stuff (lightly declined. apart, between that point and Cboko Nik- upon>> which we sincerely tope and confidently disadvantage people in the Herald. The only interpolation' i is t the cities, and this interest was e.
t our Indian difficulties, not a few of the ibe heading over each letter its '
; MONET f.EJlET.Tbl't: Money Market lab,"(furJlltore.) on Peas Creek. We have .I t believe the whole body of the Southern leading explaining most dreaded tbe operation of the indepeod-
peo.
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.*." ; las Improved. Contois P"li to 93. Discount no report that the troop' have yet cro.sed Peas I I I their in will presses in tbe North have been most'industriously contents, which is no interpolation at all. ent treasury as likely to injure their pnfi *.-

,, asy. Creek to the eastward though a considerable pie through agents Congress engaged in abusing and villifying the I The letters alluded to show clearly that their So strong was this erroneous feeling that many ;

-. force is collected at Cboko Niklah. and the re sist to the last extremity, at every hazard State, and in justifying anJ defending tbminoles. I author, (Crega,) either intended to deceive I prudent men sold out their stock in" bio

: SECOND DESPATCH.w company on the WitLlocooche is ordered for and -ubateier co't, the admission of Ctli. Se It is from representations taken f Bennett by inducing the belief that he was on I when the law went into Oprlion and an old II

*. .. At 9.20. e received tbe following! addi- ward. Chnko Niklah is about fifty miles I fo rnia under the Constitution which she is from these and intimate lerms witb tbe Cabinet cashier of a leading the rotaof ,
1 south-east' of and is about the I I prejudiced hostile sources, Ibatpublic confidentially tbe institutions at band. The
f.:; tional; : Tampa, same i supposed to have adopted. It is upon ibis j was ef&ct
distance a little north of east from Mana'ee : I opinion on this subject throughout the and particularly with the Secretary of State,, t three years continued operation of the law o
11- CKAKLKSTO' Nov. 25; 8 50 P. M. I I i issue, if we judge' from appearanj j
may present
communications are. therefore, established i North has been formed. It has been almost or that in fact he vas authorized to offer the teen to win over all business men to its sop.
I NKW.YOSK :JlrTt.-C&Jt01l-Tlle: Cot. witb Cboko Niklah from and Alaualee. I I ces, that the great battle of the South i* Ip be because banks in
Tampa 1 impossible for the people! of Florida to,obtain patronage eftbe Government for the Her port consequence of Ihs
.. Con market,on Saturday, remained unchanged The fork of Peas Creek is about twenty 'I i! fought at Washington during the present win j ai d's general prosperity, make more money than
I like In of his
The sales am-wntcd to 2000 bales.RICK. anything an impartial bearing North of support. one letters to that I
miles north of Cboko Niklah: and the Indian j j I ie r. The session, in all probability, will be I ever before. Tb New York National Bank
.t t.
:.-Tbe sales of tbe week i the Potomac. The forcible and I he :
amounted to plain truth paper says with
line runs up Peas Creek to the fork, thence by tremendous a capita! $7oO,000 as an instance, has
t, 200 tierces ; prices drooping ; closing at 3J .I the eait.branch along the north end of Lake one import ful statements of the U7ii undoubtedlymake .Your article referring to the Sew York divided 8 per cent. profit this year, and bos_

'; The Cherokee has arrited.Cerrttptndfnce II I Es togpoga to the Ki* immee River. The cordon We had intended saying something to aj an impression upon many who have appointments was r a by Clayton before the 8100,000 or 13 percent surplus. The ave

I then clip!* twenty miles ofTthe north end j waken the people of Florida to tbe been miletfinto: prejudice against cit cabinet and greatly approved. rage dividend of the New York banks this

.\ ef the Charleston Courier.WAJUIXCTO.Y of the Indian line, provided it crossvs Peas j I' quences now at stake, and the mighty conse.1 I and into our I. I forgot to mention that he said the! administration I year is 9 per cent. Thenaturalconsequence .

;" Nov. 20, 1949. C reek at Cboko Niklah in the direction (j f. to be decided, perhaps during; the. present zeDs sympathy with our savage be j i iIn bad no organs here, nor did they in. of these high profits is a rapid increase of cpi.

., Indian River Inlet. A bridge is now hiuld: j that paper of the 20th November, we find !itrepiiWished tend to have. He assured me, al. tal so employed. Thus there have shr.
Mr.( Webb, of the New-York 4:1; Congressional session, certainly within a' i ben _
.. Courier | ing at Choko Niklah across Peas Crefk.j .- very;l a letter from our Tampa qorres-1 I so. that he bad not explained the positron of'the te as new banks the Bowery, capital -

Enquier, Vienna has been appointed Charge: d'Af. I j I Will not the passage of ibis river h.lhe troopsbe few years. But nothing that we could. utter I, pondent, accompanied by interesting editorialI 1 1 administration to any paper but yours, nor 000 ; Ihp Ocean, S2 OOOO ; and the .
aires
at and has i i'i j Brod
bad refuted, accepted it. He I \ an invasion of the Indian lands ? can do so much to startle and prepare them i remarks, from which we make the I!did he intend to do so, at present at all events. way, 8300,000 ; making 81.20.0 ofnaU

previously a similar diplomatic !.I The three Indians delivered by the Chief 1 with resolute determination to stand by their following ;I' ]He appears to have a high respect for tb eerald. capital', witb an increase $ i
:. station at Naple j t extract, showing how little claim the Indianshave h ." 193900 :lh
The late j: Bowlrgi to General Twiggs, to satisfy( the !i rights, as the following letter which has just t .Merchants' Exchange, and 83,1,60 in

.,. :New.York. obtain developments: little credit in there the Herald, 'but here of,' i!!j manes O' our murdered citizens, are in con j met our eye in the Journal Commerce. I If I to a residence in tbe Peninsula : Again, on the 13th June last, he writes j American Exchange ; bio together Sl,.
finement Choko Niklah. lithe lands which the 075,400. The
I at They are there Seminoles in i I in haste I Bowery first ofthese new
wrote few
they produce some little feeling, f b-caui- I this will not them to animation aDd j occupy you a lines yester- j I
!
I arouse !
the and their chained to a tree as a warning to their friend i j ij Florida were the lands of ibat tribe, we might day evening upon the subject of some interviews banks has paid S per cent. dividend and buHt!

known.parties connexion arc well iof what their fate will be in case they thou! anxiety, surely they will not be moved tbougbJ i feel some reluctance at seeing them driven I had with :Mr. Clapton. The cabinet a new banking-house. BY the new con5 .

.. .. There was a flare up" at tbe State De., i. attempt any similar acts of hostility to the'J, one rri: from the read. Let it be remember-., .. (from tbe>r ancient hunting grounds. But tbet i is extremely desirous of getting"your cordial lion of tbe State of New York, a new bugbear
whites but we have not beard that .,f t Florida Indians are mostly Georgia Indian was supposed to Jet loose viz
,
; be who : tbe.
,- partroent, tbe other day, in relation to any ed that speaks is neither .a Northern support ; and Mr. Clayton bas requested me b liability
premature the Indians at have benefited I They driven into Florida. of etockbolders
large themselves ] wx-re By the treaty or an institution that issues
disclosure of be fanatic Southern slaveholder but aimc tofPane's o see personally, and explain !
( action of ibis Government t. i: nor a i-1\ I you exactly
by coming witness the example ; or, if we I : Landing they agreed to emigrate how matters stand. I notes indiridlaJl' for an amount in addticn:
in regard to the insurrection in Hut \ ply' a friend of the Union, who lella.usiat\ t t !11 trust you
look the | lo the West and equal bold.
upon prisoners as a decoy none i ; ; they sent a delegation to excuse the liberty I take in asking sbare'they If a man l>od? l
gary. I' the birds have been seduced j j without a change in the of th'e Nortbt I Arkansas to select suitable home you 8100, his
Mr. Saunders, late Minister who wary to trust j j policy a for then i. ''wi to insert letters against tbe administration I, private property will b. held fa

was in Paris recently, l fJ'c\me to Spain i I' themselves within the sweep of the net. A i is most rapidly hastening to its final. .) accome The selection was made, and the treaty ofFort bu I do 5 by the request of Mr. Clayton." 8100 in addition to the debts of the concern.
a'.qllaiu..dtbere | white flag has been planted on (he Indian id t Gibson was executed, which compJetpdIlhe This most just law comes into neit
with the fact that tfce' Russian and .tti I! ;, p lishment. We subjoin one remark-it is I In Brega's letter charging Bennett with operation
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of Peas Creek Cboko the contract of removal and and has
j' opposite Niklah on j. assigned to the' Jaou&I' as yet frightened ho bank
' : Irnu Miuiktcrr, at dial Court u er* itcquaui.. i this : Never were men more mistaken: thane Seminoles the"lands baring interpolated the above letters he
very spot where it is believed the Indians': I which their delegation Bank of Commerce ; that institution,
r ld with the movement of our Government :' planned! the destruction of the store and th '; t those mentioned, by this1' ter, who suppose! j: \had chosen in the West in exchange for those f says-" No member of the Cabinet have authorized I. .10 evade the law, will no longer issue hilb,
with
," regard in to Hungary, befure our own Ministers '. settlement;! on Indian River. Numerous and :, I that there is any difference in sentiment in i I 'they occupied in Florida. But when the t I t or requested me to ask .Mr. Bennett but has made an arrangement with tbe )Ie.

,.:' before our Europe Lad knowledge bad of it, and i fresh Indian; sign was discovered at the erect i i the South between those who hold and those j lime fcr emigration came, a portion of the In.dians J- i to write for the administration," &c. chanics' Bank to furnish i with 8150.000 of
own agent fairly got on 1 hi" j lion of the much I! refused to leave Florida and the II its notes at 2 these
flag that Seminole
j to *o the offlc per cent.; notes to
,
l J"; ,. rwho Ij; do not hold slaves.' We all feel and I J" In one of his letters to tbe editor of the b
.j' charged with the deposite of the flag did not j I war ensued, which contiiiueduntil 1942, __ stamped and redeemed at the Bank of .
The matter has, ;in some way, Ix'en brought deem it his duty f to carry tbe flag as far from j know that wir interests are one and insejtara-j w he.i it was nominally ended by General- 1! Herald, dated June 12, 1SJ9, says- ferce. This evasion of tbe I law means simply .

a ,, (o tbe notice of our Government., I "hop** i il Ibe Creek a. he had been directed! 1 to do._ I i i'bh-that we all prosper! or all go to ruin t to-1'I Worths armialice. .iDuring that war our troop j "I have had several conversations wilh,3fr. that tbe stockholders are afraid to trust
II
.Autria-RiiMan not in the shape of a complaint from Ih c ''' So we conclude ilierf, / are Indians in the neigh-i gether-that we prosper if Abolitionism is i I| exhibited great gallantly ;,but it must be ad. j I Clayton upon the subject of the foreign their own bank. They wib the public to
j
". po" *r*. If it should be si 1. borhood of Cboko Niklah, and they have not :i; milled that they failed in obtaining the object ::' and domestic policy of(be administration. I take the notes, but individually they will not
down that ruined and
very man in this country will be in arms i to j lyet: visited the commanding otficer. I j j''if put ; we are poor, rich-, j j j I o the war. The Indians refused to the lat I! enclose a letter upon one of the topics dis. guaranty them The large dirideDL are not

:.,: resist the atsurnptiqn.h. ;,j i Capt. Casey relate!! conversation he bad : it triumphs. United in. interests" 'we will' I t J,,10|f leave Florida and they are in Florida yet. j II cussed, and have in it given Mr. Clayton's confined to the New York bnk butr mamf .

trian But Tis the fact \\ti\ tbe Ruuian and Au 5.' :,!:, with an intelligent once for tbe purpose be united, heart and hand, in the defence and I j!, I Hostilities were suspended in 1342. by an ar-j j J views. He wishes an editorial upon it also, f( feat in tbe Philadelphia B0ton returns

.. tbe Ministers, in Paris, were apprized of'of learning something of Indian character.Y .- reservation of our rights. Ourordlern I j I: rangement which left them in possession f>f a ,j'large i il. you see fit to write it." j I'110 the latter city the surplus earnings amount

.: Mr.appointment of the agent to Hungary, "by : l says that he cxp'ained! lo tbe Indian t Ihe friends should Iclicrc ibis, for most assuredly I portion of the Florida! p oinsua! which 1 lithe above extract is no forgery the pub I 10 10 per cent. average. In the geneal ac. .

&.". Clayton, and of his objects, before the !: circumstances of a m=\n. Now," said he to they had stipulated lo leave ; and to this day I lie j jno with what little j 1 Jtivity of business, the remunerating prices
said could from i if the worst must come, they will! see it. I can see confidence Brega'secent j .
agent to Paris
prepare. go I to the Indian, how would your brother acl uneder treaty has ever been entere into by \bichtbe ( abundance: of specie, ample revenues of the
Hungary. Of course lithe agent went, L :!! the same circumstances ?" "I don'l Correspondence of the Journal of Commfrfe. Florida war can be to terminated.As I I r letter, now going the rounds of the federal goverment and swelling dividends of

would go through the Austrian dominions ;I know," was the reply, my brother is an In- WASIII CTO:' Nov. 21. we have said before, Gen. Worth's arrangement I whig press, is to b received. Bu why not I money 6ok.practical 1 business men recoj.

'. with be would a rope be around restrained his neck.the At all events', j dian. If you had asked me how a while man I notice that some preparations: are making was temporary in its cbaracler.-I I i test tbe miler at once ? Bennett proffer tbe nise the salutary workings of the existing financial .

lice be so made by watchful po. wonld have acted, I could have told you readily here for the celebration of the Thanksgiving It was not a treaty, but an it .: original to tbe inspection cf the public, and and con mercial policy' of the orer.
as to capable of great injury to enough but it is impossible to tell what the 29th. Our was never submitted to the Senate for ralifi- I rocnt, and those who seek for political advance
council have
he
on city recommended truth of
tbe without or falsity Brega's charges of
: cause, any corresponding benefit.I.i. I I an Indian: will do under any circumstances." the observance of that of c tlon. But now the Indians assert that it is moot by proposing a reversion 16 tho old system

Tbe sacrifice: of an agent of our Government Therefore, although the Indians have not visited t thanksgiving, on account of tbe day remarkable as one a treaty and gives up to them all for which garbling, can be readily decided by an examination are at labor of Sysiphus."
would bare been i
serious national affair. l any of the posts of the cordon, this fact exemption cAtbis city from the visitation' of the th e United States contended ; and they claim of the letters themselves. j
His blood would bare cried
and what but blood would have from the ground, docs not indicate that they will not do so, neither p rslilence, which, during the last season, mar a. the lands which they ceded in Florida as their However, Ibis whole matter is no concern. Change of the French Ministry.,

.. Who then this appeased it ? I I i does it indicate that they will attack the aced the land. II the Union should! hold! together own, while a portion of the tribe under WildCat of the Democrats. The quarrel altogether The abrupt dismission of Louis Napoleon's
divulged state
secret, at a t when Peas Creek but holds the lands which ceded the i
troops they cross both were by
V time to render abort) e the mission to flu fl. :, Iii! this time next year, we shall have United States hat of tbe new regime. Let them have all Cabinet, accompanied by the bold and almost
for their lands
are extremely probable. in in
a dditional reasonal for rational Tba 1u exchange
garyt I I Indians are exceedingly fond of Florida. The United Slates has executed t he'! glory and shame of it. But we cannot audacious message in which he announces
i.1 ceremony:, But. if look at the d h.ing.1
Some he say that Mr. Clayton did ;it t : that t laud perhaps understand diplomatic and military t ween Mr.you Foote and Mr.corre'po Clingman. i its part of! the treaties of Payne's Landing and help thinking that Bonnet hat thus far got he fact, seems alike to have startled and puzzled .
committed the
to say, secret to persons t etiquette' a,' well as their civilized! neighbors see evidences of what I heretofore mentioned Fort Gibson ; and having received what the t he better of it, tbe Sentinel's discourteous the politicians of Franc and
who indiscreetly, divulged it. It was give, :, and, so long ai the old the Jnited State contracted to givr, the Indians England
Mr. ; can keep t oyou, a coalition of the whole south without fling at us to Ibe'contrary notwithstanding.The They seem very generally it aa
the
on Clayton's authority, to New York t
j I a
I young; ones under, they will talk on lo Ihe day distinction of in to I ay that those treaties have been abrogated, fegn
Herald the 12th party oppositicn any legis- extremely high handed and .
determined
on February, as will I Le exercise
hut if and refuse
(judgment : the government will make; l ation which shall practically exclude, slav they to fulfil them. Under these Cotton of 1849.
,..' seen by reference to the letters lately produced t them see the evident necessity making short lolders from of the ;- ircurmtances the government should take Crop of authority, the certain prelude to the .
portion domain
in that The any common
paper. two last adminis- speeches, they will soon come lo a determination. of the United States. p rompt action, and. without wasting time inarleing The folot"ing estimate of tbe Cotton crop overthrow of the Republic,and tb assumption

.. rations have bad experience, whereby Mr. Claytonmight > An Indian is a rational creature, and if I have particularly inquired whether I the assent > and without waiting (for anotheroutbrek of 1849, is from the Augusta Chronicle & of royalty on tbe part of the President.

profited. .. he is treated as one, be will act as one, that .r Congress to the California ( nKlilu give Gen. Twigs the means of Sentinel of the 21st ultimo :

Cabinet All the rumors as (fo a contemplated change ;is, you must tell) him what be must do, and if t ion, with the article excluding slavery, would- doing justice to the people of Florida by re. SOCIAL CIRCLE, Nor. 17 1849.MESSES. Having read the message, we confess, iwe

,. Ministers are unfounded. 'l'he ri. be does not like it, let him see (hat he must doit. be considered by the South 'as tantamount I to moving a band hostile savages from their may be allowed to- express an opinion, that we

I are two facts that.render the supposed changes i iS. t. If you tell an Indian he must do a thing, t he adoption of the Wilmot proviso, and',have midat. EDITORS : I have seen a letter are rather pleased with it. There is a sort
.. impossible-one is,that tbe present Ministers published in your from Greene
make him do it he paper county,
j or never will afterwards
I been informed that for various of Gen.
will not resign ; and the other is, that Gen. 1 believe one word you lie wiJI reason;they; FRANCE. t the writer of which seems to write as though Jacksn's I.t.th.reiiia.
will say. answeryour considered it as much worse than.the Wilmut ; the bout it, which
them of
Taylor not turn we
out. cotton were about all by
lying proposal a still deeper (falsehood.To Proviso. The opinion,awhile since advanced, has of : stalk to turn to go lie. An
... The Wbigs, and especially the Old flu c just received letter the this
n. a man that an Indian knows is honest having a from I way, Young coma exactly "
p ker" an The compromise which I mentioned to l ate been rapidly spreading, that whatever of SapJeo b .
Mr. : you brother
in New
Whigs, as Clayton calls- them, Indian never" fails in his word.A my Orleans who has travelled I to Old
would like to get: Mr. Clayton) and Mr. Mer- good deal is said about the execution of some days ago, will he eagerly embraced 1 by Republicanism exists in France under her t through all the Western States and just ar Hickor's. "ide 0 a Ca'ict
he South but I that the North which shall be unit and himself
apprehend! will a finding
.: edith out of office. In fact, they would wish t the Indian prisoners one of them had nothing present government and Go\"ernor is soon tobe rived in New Orleans on the 7th of this mouth,, ;
the Cabinet ; consent to nothing short of the absolute exclusion I think thwarted by the views of his late
to out, ts a unit. it would be well
go let conflicting
do with enough to
t to the murders at t all, and it wi itS, from the territories superseded by Kingly or imperial authority. our I
slavery
..tj Business (or the next Congress is belonging friend Greene also the Secretaries he took this
accumulating. t lo the least unfair as rest of the community ,
to 1 the Indians
say compel the Union. Tbe decisive action of Louis "respnsibiII" o
\ The three t lo So, here we must .plit.It Napoleon in his; I
.
treaties with States in know the of the
state Cotton
make amends fur hem the
t to Ihe murders had IP crop dismissing ( -
they
is considered the South wiset
that it
i
is time
Central America are not small affairs. But by dealings with his cabinet has tended greatly westwardly, in
committed before they were ordered to remove i to bring this matter to an isue. your next weekly paper : that he has done. And whatever the President's -
L
how trifling are these exterior matters in i relation when they delivered them They wi to deepen this impression ; leaving as it is said DEAR BROTHER : I have, a few days
up expressly do it this winter and the North .
'
will be, we see in this his conduct
\, to domestic interests since purpose may
our from
to restore their affairs to the same position> decide between the Union as it isf and the l little room to doubt that he aspires (to (hethrone. I arri.e my tour through West

.i-.iI .; they were in before the murders were corn gratification of a few wild enthusiasms. who t But even should his vaulting ambition I. Mississippi. Arkansas and Louisiana no evidence more portentous than has
California. correspondent of the and having obtained a good been before exhibited. It is therefore not
Na. mitted. I consider the whole hunt after i ihe would destroy its original basis. I fear the o'er leap itself" and all his fail knowledge surprising -
,
plans ,
tional Intelligencer, writing from San Francisco marauders" l&t of the cotton crops Tennessee and Texas, I find that the and
to
as an absurdity, only useful to I compromises has that : among working ;
day i U
passed by ;is
** We confidently believed by that the, will '. :
give statement of the
guys :- are pushing strongly for kill time-as a display of zeal without many you a crop which I
great classes
the South submit stated the
must unconditionally, or poorer f (as in I c
0 '. a civil oferment. The elements of a State knowledge. The' Indians commenced Republic will soon cease to exist ; that some think will approximate very nrar'tbe true rfupn.
0 open! secede from the Union.; In less than threeyears dence of the London Times those
I ,)
.* <. constitution are! taking shape under he wise war lo secure a permanent foothold in $ibis I more, the plague of member either; of the elder or younger branch state of this year's crop. In the extreme .
2 policy of Gen. Riley. W'e intend to have (wo drive back spot slavery, as western part of Texas the is an tached to Republicanism, Louis Napoleon's
country-to ; the whites and enlarge I the fanatics it, be wiped off from the of tbe House of Bourbon, will receive the crop averageone.
4 : senators in the chamber of your capilol their borders. Where is the' evidence that cal wi From Red river for 200 miles west, message H highly commanded: is said,
forts I
arsenals and tbe District ;
crown as Monarch of France.
nold dockyards
:
', winter. This high station, owing ( tbe there is not one.fourth of a from Red
o > they are now more peaceably disposed than Columbia, and all where the crop ; "The workmen are well pleased with its
} mania is less anxiously sought here than you the day before the murder of Payne and de.! U. States have jurisdiction. places How will Mr. Soulij, one of the United States Sena. river east to Mississippi river, about one.t bird tone"-" they declare the President: was rig 1

). would' suppose. The most prominent persons struct ion of f the store ? The non.intercoursethey tho slavery representation stand ? Jon t ors from Louisiana, lately on a visit to France, of a crop ; from Ihe Mississippi river (to Tom- t :

4 '"1 for he post are Gen. M. G. Vallijo, a well have established is strong evidence of i the years. How long will slavery in-the Slates his native land, returns with different views high river, a little over one.third ; from the in turning out the Ministry.

,1' tried friend of the flag Thomas Butler King' contrary-that they are hostile. be tolerated by the North ? be five from those above. In Tombigby to the Alabama river nearly one-
11 short
-
given a
t ..:4 of Georgia ; Walter Cotton, so long Alcalde The idea of Jones and may commu. hal; from the Alabama to the Georgia line, DEATH or A REPoRTER.-Wm.l.Attree.
and pitting liowlrg, years longer-certainly not jonger. nicalion to (he New Orleans Delta, this eloquent for New-
Thomas and
late Navy oue.lalfcrops many reporter
Monterey; O'Latkin like two fighting cocks, and making them de. The Southern men are, in ruly ; Georgia an average years newspaper
perhaps, right .
I 'i.;; Agent. these gentlemen have strong vour each other, is another ahfurdil)". There bringing the matter (to a lest at once.'. But, Senator remarks : crop ; and to sum the crop of the United York, died on Monday morning, -o'cok.

+" friends to back them. Col. Fremont will uu is no difference between Jonee and Bowlegs if they find (that( they must give Whatever be the public feeling in some States, 600,000 bales at this place, 300,000at He died in a state of great: poverty
: t doubtedly I be elected Governor." : up slavery or of the Mobile, and the will be about his wife completely destitute.-Exchange
4.. more than there is between two officers of I this give up he Union, I trust that they will part: mot populous cities of France the mass crop 1,800
Slate of opposite politics. Bowlegs imitates with slavery ;t but I do not wilt be of the people in the country and Ihe army at 000 or' 2,000,000 bales. Paper.

I The Aitattin of Count Rotti.-Since the the whites. Jones the Indians ; the first it an iheir choice. But we shall tbink1lat.see. Some-AY large, are most devotedly attached to Republican This intelligence I have tbe most implicit' Poor Attree !-lea known as a .re.porter" .

j4 occupation of Rome by the French a rigid inquiry .. open, candid character, the othera cunning, that the great majority of the poor class o; institutions, and would suffer no one to confidence in ; and if you think it will be of by the junior editor, personally.and by

,, 4;; has been going on, having its object L to subtle, and intriguing character ; the formeis whites la the South are indifferent to be maintenance '. lay hand.on the presentconstitution with a any: service to the world, you can publish far back as' 1830. At that ,

discover the person or penOD''ho were implica'ed easily understood, the latter never. 'Jo flea, slavery, and will, as",.Democratsunite 1 :View to promote the designs of either the im. i i.( J. S" reputation, as
In the assassination of Count Ko 551 i perinlists or legitimists." he'Wa employed! as a reporter and uedir .'
said lim
My men did right, and I will never deliver in overthrowing it, because it will.brtnj '
!: tbe obnoxious minister who bad placed himself them up." Bowlegs said, Oh I tbe; down the slave holders to a level witrrjhemtelves. The True Delta. (tor of all work" for the N. Y. Herafd. Ha

.'I' ", at tbe bead of I the priest party and was ac. are damned scoundrels. [Aside.-Althougl I .t .,. 'O: The great Gaines case, supposed erroneously Wo have received from New Orleans sev. had considerable talent ara wriler, and on

t t, lively engaged at be moment of bis death, inputting half my people were engaged in the same offence The Union, generally very prudent jn"I regmd by many, to have been already set eral numbers of an exceedingly handsome him was charged the authorship of much of
; down (he revolutionary spirit of tbe by "dire ti< n.] Give n/, : this ibis ; .
me to
tome tied
rny! subject, managed questioi by the Court is
Supreme
.:'1j. t\ Romans. From these investigations it I has ley. White man good I Indian good. inn with uncommon in the late as we learn neutral paper, called the True Delta, edited the "dirty work" performed in that e.tblibment

..,r" been discovered tballbe individual who gave give 'em t/p." The language of Jones antBowlegs I was ski owing mainly (fo pr'ldentialcnmpaign. the cours (rom the Delta, to be called for (trial in New by Messrs. Davis and Maginnis. The new at that time. His great sin i intemperance ".

%.': the mortal wound is settled m the United Stales conveys to me tbe same impression, of that that the Slavery topic was'I lef Orleans about this lirne. Tfao amount of candidate for public favor' bids fair, to take and no doubt the great pored!

y;I of America, ut Augukta, in Georgia, where he viz : that the Indians are {tbe judges for them 1 Iapr of view during the late canvass. property!} in controversy is valued at million rank at once with its renowned rivals, the surrounding his cheerless dealb.b tbs only'

I a living under ihe name of Uorfctio-Jour. selves as tl, whether) the conduct of the white, But it has "taken another lack, aeeingproLaLJy dollars ;, and we see that Mi.. Gaines baa; Delta, Picayune and Crescent City. We heritage left to many an unfortunate wife, was
:; el du /Invert Oct 0. man is good or bad. Your (bat
;, truly, anti-ilavery
,I"" polti.mUlt'pr l secured a counicl perhaps the two most 'di;. : 'commend itt? the favor of tbe people of Flor the, bitter fruit of his devotion to the 01..

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A0qoiittoa el TigroConsiderable Tilml Masonio N oUoe.The .
Penmanship.. 'ST. ] PlantationfforHSal. r_. .-* -. .
lenntion BCOIM to bare been $3- Grand Auuual Communication of the TDWARD ieCOLLiflI'S .. '. MJV -. -:
BARNARD a Professional Teacher: o( No on which t the >ibcTihvr i) ROW r. .m.
created! witlin. tbo Jut few dnji, in political Grand Lodge of Florida will be held in the Masonic Lu Penmanship.offers a fite chance to all perlonsbt'lwe..n TIE!dt.known>s tort Sta-nsbury/lS1 ffvjIerSoutb .

circlet bj tidings of(he cession, Lj tho Re. Hall in the city tt Tallahassee,on Monday the 14th the ages! of 9 and 45year -lho!* who write of TallahasseeandiiamediaMly. oa4ae- bell.pojnt .,.
and those who
Officers and badly cancot make a letter-Io' acquire Road. There are about 1 tO acres cleared Land,
1850.:;
public of Honduras, of tbo Island ofTigre in d.yof January, Representativesof in a short time and.at trifling expense,a,b'"an11fal ESTABLISHMENt. u good repairs, a 'comfortable'Log Home, with
Subordinate Lodges thl'reof"ill take notice, andgovern hand for LEVIAT1AN ier
writing and other
the epistolary: business 'ouLbuildntg -Te ?*"person wishing -
Gulf of Fetueca to United Slah
ths necessary
I.- : themselves accordingly. A full l rt'present.. purposes. Parents!. having small 'J scholars-girls or toengein Turpentine Bnssnesst'bisllantation -
'IIis island is"wild to command entire Pa. boys-whom they are anxious should write beffer .
tion from the Subordinate Lodges is particularly de. is a t"3esirabfe one,as the necessary pJO-
two week* than they 'lean learn to' do fct
common raised a
thepren1scv.andtbeis
visions bv
can on
cific const bordering on Central America, audits aired. J. B. TAYLCR, schools in five years, can have their wishes gratified large body of Pine trees ttscrred to the land: The

acquisition is defined of great importancein Grand Secretary G. L. }'/4. by 8ubs ribing.tbem.. M .B.after teaching inrnany -WES TEA Tallahassee, and St. Marks 1111dj, from four.to. .
of the Southern States, has recently! arrived iit Taf- River '
connection t with projects for uniting theaters conncctich with the aboVe fe mie.anlaDding Wakb
In the u1denignetfCommitlHt bb !l5ee',brin1ing!: with' him urlexreptionab! testimonials 'fr Ibe-'Pbn'atio. where 'the

of tbe Atlantic and Pacific. It is said : appointed for that purpose by Jacks*? :of ability to perform what he promise,- I X'\'\ Turpentine can be landed and boateddown_ to.S.

that Great Rritain bad it Lodge, No.T, announce to tbe Fraternity throughoutthe Lessons! given in the Kascment of the Court House Mark. Also 500 or 10 bushels of Corn,sme
designs on having in'the evening at half-paat 3 o'clock and at of of Sweet
night
StateJthit-on.the' ; I\' or pounds FPdH" a quantify 1
TttunsJay following the meet 14A .SIJJ an
also, private lessons! if desired.
it' :
deiermined"to: seize under the stereotyped! ., will bo 'land if tpplicctto
ingof.the Grand'Lodge. there jyill.be a procession! Derernberl,1S49.! 47 ItS A i Is made soon to the subscriber*n the premise when
pretence of.e.eecurTrl. ;:.1 the! payment.ofdebtsjdue? fend officers of the Jcnowru
publifc:.installation; t Grand Lodge, : th. terms, &c. will b made .

to her ubj cla. :To 'preent.tho; rqnsum.. and an address by Brother R. B. HILTON, followedby Carriage Repository.D BENJAMIN BY.

tnation ofihis project.nur M niter, Mr.Squier,< tefreshments f suitable to the occasion. We cor. 'E. HULL, having made arrange. ((4 ::j Fort 3'lbut.No 17. 1549. 45 .

ments at the North for .r r .,__ fjCJ- Sentinel "P1.MoNaught.
Buggies -ey.--% -
dially invite the Brethren of sister Lodges in the -
forms which the : -
a treaty with Honduras by _and Carriage of a iiipcrior quality, A S : -
Island becomes the p'roperly.of the United( State and 'adjoining Counties of Georgia to come will tfceive a supply by every vessel and ofltr them : &. Ormond

up in ,the spirit of Masonry, and unite with us in low. for cash. The Carriage Repository will be in now received their fall stock, Opri.i,1
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States. We sincerely trust that it may : Dartlttt's Brick q HAVE -. J
prove the'celebration: partake of the hospitalities of Building.Also -L and well selected: l'rtmeDt'ol I

true that Jonathan bas thus outwitted John Ihe Brethren of Jackson Lodge without any further at the old stand, next door to Hopkins &. ,: Li: : L -' a 4 :'. des usually called for,viz; : j
Meginniss he will keep constantly on hand Saddle '. Dry goods- Bull. If BO, however, the old fellow will doubt. formal imitation.: Bridles fartinolc,. .. -- .
Hornet and Carriage:Trim.inings ., 'p-. Shoes, Kerse.ts,Linseju, Osnaborgs, tte.': t !
less wax very wrath : but who cares ? Jona. R. A. sinxn, CIIAS. r. DYKH, of all kind, Trunk Carpet Bagtl'aliset{ -- Blankejs. hats Cap, nnH Hosiery, 0 I
Calf-skins, Lininz-tkins, and all other Goods usual- Readyntade Clothing,CloaksUmbrellas! ,Parosolj,
than is ready to ghe him a fight, and that : 3. B. TAYLon, WM. GERMANY! ly found in a furnishing store of this! description. Ac., --y '.' : .: 1

J. B. BUST, Comm llte, *$r.OCJ November 24, 1849. 46 4t Hardware Tinware Woodware,and Cr f
.. ,
whenever he thi- THIS .
1n.
means a thrashing: says and
very superior with accord be the '
stupendous
: Papers friendly to the cause are requested to Elbibiron.cknowledged one to Sail, Iron, Nail, Paints, Oii) and \
word. Seriously, however, it is not at all unlikely copy. Fancy and Staple Goods. Coffee. Flour Bacon, and other Groceries. '

that the time for sharp words, to say THE particular attention of the trading puSlictu L 41JIiNO: EQllETllIAN ESTABLISllAINT Together with a gatatofltfu.: Ornamental .
-P-! A Grand Convocation of the Grand Royal to my new Stock of Fall and Winter : and Fancy
of hard blows between the
English
nothing fully invite the attention of purchasers,and
Arch Chapter of the State of Florida, will be held Goods! which are being sold' on terms! as!" 10yIs\ can promise
and American Governments, is rapidly ap. be found at any store in this city or elsewhere. The ; i iON CONTINENT to nell really low for cash. or.produce. .
in the Masonic Hall, in the city of Tallahassee, on embraces FANCY I McNAUOHT ORMOSO' also expectfhr&gboutthe ,
stock every variety of GOODS, & ,.
proaching. Great Britain shows altogether Monday, the 21st day of January, 1S50. such as Will exhibit a( TALLAHASSEE, wi SATURDAY, MONDAY' TUESDAY, tbe'15th. 17th, and season, to purchase and advance on COTONs"-.. .

too strong a disposition to interfere with the J. B. TAYLOR, Plain and figured Silks, Cambrics, Linens, .iSthof. DECEM FR.IS.fo! THREE:DAYS OLY. on the Public Square. Newport. ,'Fla., Novetnbe'r 1 IS g.- .

concerns of this continent. And she seems to Grand Secretary G. R..f. C. Fla. Satins, plain and figured, Laces, Edzings, ,l!&nfrant.Ills necessary Entmblithmenti, consequen ,e thatthe'bt the immense material amount of STONE of humbugzery' late resorted to by .New .Goods. : .:. ,
Traoli/ & McCOLLUM'S CIRCUS i* en -
Swisi and other Muslins! I Bareges; Gimrs, ,
be especially! buoy at this time. with her pro. Sons of Tempera Cashmere", De Lames, Ribbons, Gloves, &.C.,. 'tirely similar! new. --1 >ciii.and gi.iiiucui .in the put fit I his Spring, is without a pareJlel) in the annals of JUST receiving and now opening,per'BrigOcilb.; : .
Establishments, and requir the'services of several Mechanics and Artisans
to complete the assortment of all of foreign aDd
Lawn .
in relation to the which! Alpacas, & ,.
jects territory over Subordinate Divisions throughout the SLate and tout rmrmote'of this VAST TRAVELLING CAVALCADE, during the past! Wint-r. domestic goods and for sale by "

lies tbe different routes for travel between the Representatives: to the Grand Division are hereby with a splendid assortment of other Fancy Goodstoo :- .' "' November 10. IS19. F. BUR E't.
numerous to enumerate, principally' bought at ;V THE CORPS OF PERFORMERS 4S .
Atlantic and Pacific Shores-a matter of the notified that the Jlnnunl Meeting of the Grand the celebrated STEWART establishment in Broadway .

Division of the Slate of Florid,will be held in Tallahassee expressly for this market. Are of that superior. cast not found in Circus Companies generally, numbering amone them gentlemenwho For Sale or Exchange, -* ..

:roost profound consequence to the United ,commencing on If ednesday morning, December My stock also embraces a superior assortment of' are alike respected for their estimable qualities in private life, a for their superior' performances FIVE Mules and a Wagon Roller and Saw Gin. .

States since the acquisition, and rapid popula. 5/A, at o'clock.. Representatives are requested DRY GOODS, with every variety} of Plantation in publicand with satisfaction we refer to the following name*': !alf or exchange for a pair of go 10re

of California. : to be punctual at t he hour. Several addressee Good,, Groenies, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &..t., IL and a two HiTse? Wagon. .
tion Our Government should SIGN'R LUIGI GERMANI, T. BIcCOLLUM I, E. STONE, JOHN SMITH, November 44 JOHN.P. DUVAL.- .
may be expected during!;the Sesiom! of the Grand SfC., unsurpassed: by any" ever before offered. JQ.1S49. :" .
say to her, hands off! and if her intriguing Division, and it is hoped that the 'friend. of Temperance Call and examine". D. C. WILSON. Four men the world cannot produce their equals in their repectvelne of busint.withM. .- .; .. -

against our interests is kept up, let her know will rally in their strength on that occasion for November 2i, JS49. 4i J. LIPMAN,..D. W. STONE S. R. SUA Y. XEVILL. STUART.LE Coffee, Flour, &c. .. '.- j
moral demonstration in favor of the and
I a great noble : brand Northern Flour,
that she may expect to feel the consequences cause in which we are en agl'd. Dissolution of Partnership. S1EUR EDGAR, T. II. COLEMAN, J. .. 50 B.-RRELbt;i ( do do dl'

of her intermeddling. By order of the Grand Worthy Patriarch. partnership in the practice of Law exist- ", Masters IILJIt'I'and WILLIAMS. 5 bags best Rio Coffee, ;

JOSHUA PHELPS, Acting Grand Scribe. TiE between the undersigned for the list six The JESTERS do do Java do '".
The Presbyterian Church and Odd FellowshipThe Q-iincy, October 23, JS4S years,under the name and stvleofLoxcJc WALKER, to the Entertainments are tO boxes be
,' disaolved mutual consent on the 20th instant. 10 do common chew ing Tobacco
.as by .
Synod, of CincinnaUi! bad, at its late For Rent Our joint attention to unh'cished business will con. WORRELL & GREEN JOHNSON, 5 bbls. Crushed Sugr, .;* -.

session, before i'i% for its action, an appeal from tinue tc be given, except in cases where a different Of that pure dye so often enquire after by gentlemen visiting similar Exhibitions, attended by ladies 5 boxed Loaf

the Dwelling House at present occupied arrangement may be agreed upon, and Me are both In the representations, so Clowns and other in the ring are concerned,no rude j jest, Young Hyson', Black, and Imperial Teas.
dcciion oflhe Presbytery of Cincinnati! JiliiTIIE:;:; Mrs. P. A. Hayward. The Hou e authorized to settle and receive debts due the firm. or improper action, will be.tolerated by the prformen Jut received, and for sale br ..

suspending a member'\ of the Church for his and commodious.. There is a. good D.""J S. WALKER has taken an office 1 let the With this a urance, we trust the odium heaped upon Travelling Companies generally by a portion of November 3. lS4.. 43 S. J..-BURNEY.. -.,
Cmteinon the premises, and a Stable. Possession! present the store t of Silas F. Burney. the mass, in.thi instance,be recalled. -
connexion with the Order of O. F. The Sy. i\.n. n the first of January. MEDICUS A LONG continues in the officeliereiolore ?- ,.-i. .. Good actions Lot No. 179, TO :
themselves with
nod sustained she appeal on the ground thatno Drceirbcr 1, 1849. 47 4t accnuied by himself and Mr. Walker. : : \\ho well deserve crown, needs not another's lasting prai>e.bajs" ; N Monroe street, 113 feet, 4 i he front.170 '

M. A. LONG. <:.si r. feet back, will be divided into equal lots : -
evidence was furnished that: !Odd Fellowship Sale of City Lots and other Lands. D. S. WALKER.Talllhassee .. .,- BAND which will be offered for sale severally a. the Court.> -

forms a scriptural reason "rxclus'on fn'm order of hi* honor.Thomas Baltzell, Judge of Nov. 24, IS.H) 46 3t TH GR.AND'lRASS House on the first Monday in December n xt.' \

the Church of Christ." It however, stai..d BY the Mid le Circuit. sitting' in Chancery in and I another .(. ", raced a it u under the direction of JAME T. ARCHE \
Tax Sale. its
eminent Leader TERMS half cash
-One ,
..
for the Circuit Court of Leon County.. the Master Colector's {( 'J. t, very
that it did not intend by its action to in months, drawing interest at eight per cent,and secured .
approve will offer at public sale, within legal hours before virtue of authority v me by lw. I H GAUL
of" Odd Fellowship or other secret societies *' the Court 1I01l"f' door,in the city of Tallahassee,on BY levied upon, and will expose for slel i* r"ir..i ... ....rv ._ .._ by lien on the premises. -
; the Jo' .Monday in January next, {hi followingreal 'fore the Court House door, in MaJionon the first Formin; durinj.tle Entertainments. in the'Circle, the most EFFICIENT STRING BAND-Leader, J. November 3, 1549. 43
it even expressed its decided J disappproval of f'slale.'i7.: MONDAY in JUNE next, the following descrLed : : t lo one grand point, viz: making Stone l JfcColIum's Circus complete in evtry .

them 500 of le.. and much thereof as will satisfy the department.. _- Boots and Shoes. ; .
recommending members of the Churchto acres land more or ,being all of Section or so Tae:
five, (5)) in Township one ((1)I) Southand Range. one du-thereon fur the year IS 19, to wit : Every day, between the hours of 8 and 11, (weather permitting,) the superior Band will appear in CASES men's and boy's Russet Brogarw, .
withdraw from them. (1) Eat, except I the East half of I IheN E quarter. The S K 4 and N E 4 of S 10, E i :W 4 of Sec procession, seated Jii their Elegant; Car, DRAWN BY TWENTY HORSES! and driven by Mr. JOHN 50 .\ da gents tine.calf sewed Boots .

320 acres more or less, (in Madison County) viz: 10. W S 4.Sec 3T 1, N and ., belong'ng ALLEN, one bf f t Ui.mo't! expert reinsmen of modern days. 12 doz. Ladies' fine Black Kid Slippers
The case of B''tdin' "So the New Jersey I the East half of S Kqr of Sec one, ((1)I) and East!' half to Edward Bryan.AlsotheNSeC33N. Gentlemanl : attendance, to wait on families to their feats. 2 do do do White do do

Railroad Company, in a suit for damages, re- of N E qr of Sec twelve, (12)) in Township one (1)I ) lSec32EjS.E4c| A'1.b ion.-BQ", 5 Cents. Children, under 10 tears of age hal price. I'if. 6 do do do Black Gaiters, '

wilting from putting plaintiff of the cars South Range seven (7)) 1-aot.: The West half of S 20, N J I. Sec M, S W 4. Sec 21, S W 4 Sec:: 23, SE for the Negro population. 25 Cents-no half prire. A re now opening together with every description

because he did not pay Ihl! regular fare for a W fIr of Sec six i (6)) and West half of N W quarterSec J. Sec 23. N W 4, Sec 23, S \I. Sec 29, W |i. S F. l, Time 0 Opening: Doors.-Night, G o'clock. of Boots and Shoes WO.I, and for. sale by ... .
seven. ((7)) in Township one ((1)) South, Range Sec2lENE4Sec2lT4RtSandfl.b.Iongto ;- ( November 3, ISHI.1- S. F. LE.
through passenger was decided yesterday! by eight (S) Ea..t. David S. Jones. Time of Commencing.-Night, 6J o'clock.

the District Court in favor of the Railroad 50 acres, more or less, adjoining Tallahassee on ANo, lots No .and :in fractional Sec 25. N J, Se: There will be a Day Performance en MONDAY and TUESDAY, December 17th and 15th. at 2 Monticello Mae School.

C"mpU1)-lhil.// teher. the South-west. 2G, W S E 4,and E J, S W 4, Sec 20, T 10, I 13; o'clock. school will be opened on Monday, the 5lh

Also ten (It( ) unimproved lots in the city of Tallahassee S and E., belonging to John Miller. G. L. EATON, Agent.This THIS' instant, under the superintendence

I [ viz : No 178; in old plan ; Nos 13, H.J 25, JOHN H. PATTERSON, at CHATTAHOOCHIE of \ .. O. GIR\RDKAN, Esq., whose experience in .
The performs December
following are the station for the ensuing 25, and 33, in t h...",ortli half of the County quar. Tax Collector for Madison County. Company. QUINCY. W Tuesday December, 12. I.n the profession-enabesl.im logiv 'every insurance to -

: conference ,'ear, of the Ministers and I ter ; and lots Nos 9, 10, 13. and :31, in the South November 21-. 1349. -i Cm "- BAlNBRIDGE.Ga.Wednesday., Thursday, December 13. parent: desiring their sons.

Preachers of the Methodist Protestant Church, ..Irfdition.\.oth .ifdJitinn Also,, being three Nos[(3)] unimproved 115: 137, and lots 151 in-the[a Hamilton County Tax Sale. December" I 1,1S19.. M.-47.M. JOHNSON'S Friday, December 14. Rate* of Tuition per Se.9o of foe .M nths:

Florida District as appointed by the stationing: moiety of these three lots belonging! .o Robert W. virtue of the power v.- Itd in me by law, I Orthography, Reading and Writing 300Arithmetic.
Williams, who saillunite in their sale for BY Georgraphy!, Grammar. Hitoy.
partition.] for sale, before the Court House -------------
committee, at the recent Conference held in The above property is old as the estate of '..hamG. expose BEL AIR ACADEMY &.C-. 120(X>
door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County. Florida Tallahassee Female
Maditon, concluding its session! the *O.I h Searcy, deceased, for partition and distribution! ,on the first Monday in June next, (l&'H),) being [:": TALLAHASSEE. FLA.,] I [TALLAHASSEE, Senna Phioophy. Chemistry, Astronomy- .,..Mat. he-'., t. ,
the heirs. .. tis. & 10.
among the 3d day of that month the following
ultimo: The term of tale are, one-fifth of the purchase property or so much thereof as will l he ufi.nt dlscfibp to \ILLA I S. _BOGART, A. M.. PRINCIPAL. W. L. HARTSON A 1, PRINCIPAL. The Language .- 1S-
THOMAS G in Canh,the remainder in four FIFTH SESSION of this Institution will Institution under the Composition and declamation! will also I fotrrS a regular -
*nDxEu, Prt'sident-Electcd by i money equal annualin pay thr Slate and County Taxes due tberlon the THIS care of Mr. Hartson, "
the conference.Dcca'ur I talmenli, bearing: interest six per cent payable year I IS I t'i I, lo wit : JL begin on Monday, Deember 3d. Two years President elect of Pickensvitle Female Col- part of the weekly exercises of the school. -

annually in advance, secured in separate obligations. /The N W 4 of the S W 4 of Sec 1, T I, R 13, Sand have \elapse since organization, and its success I Itde. Ala, and Mrs. Hart on, will be open for the N. B This" school ia entirely !separate and distinct
from the Monticello Female School
Circuit-U McDaniel\ Sup ; ii:. If payment of any instalment be delayed, it shall E., purportiug to belong to William J. Mills. thus \\:3rrantslhe: belief that a permanent !. reception of pupils, on Tuesday,the 29th instant. DOW so ably
conducted Mrs. FERGCSOW
Saxon bear interest at eight per cent. t.ntilpaid : and the WILEY LEE:, school, both winter and summer, can be maintainedin In this Institution, instruction i is designed to be by so far as regards thwcommunication
and \V. A. Cancls, supernumerary as. Cuurt may, in its! discretion! order a re-sale, at the Tax Assessor and Collector Hamilton.Co. Bel Air. To parents at a distance, who have thorough ; and the pupils will not be permitf to of the two sexes.

siMants.Tallahatsec. ri"k of the purchaser, upon any default of payment, November24,1SIO. 40 Cm to send their.children Irom home an opportunity i is pass! over any study without an acquaint Monticello, November 3, 1845) 42 St .
giving 00 days notice. Purchasers to pay for title here offered for their' education' in a situation noted ance with it. This will be especially the case. with {: Sentinel copy till 1st January.

-To be supplied. deeds. BENJ. F. WHITNER, Hamilton County Tax Sale. far its health, and remote from the usual: incentives the exceedingly important subject of Mal hematc., Just Received

Mount Zion Xathan Lindsey Supt. December I. 1*19. 47 Master in Chancery. to idleness.! Board may be obtained o very reasonable in the different branches of which,
virtue of the vested in law, I
me by I
(fy- Sentinel copy. BY power terms. Pupil of both sexes are received, and ..1 thoroughly drilled, an'l I required to give the reasons 1 A GENERAL assortment of Glass and Crockery-
shall for sale before t the Court House
Madison Circuit-To be supplied. expf-sc this i arrangement!, after a sufficient (trial, .is believed for each step in every A ware, aid for sale by S. ... BURNEY.
door in the of Hamilton ,Florida
niaclc Creek Circuit-II. R. Alford Supt. Pro-Slavery Mules .,on the first town Monday Jasper in March next t,County!850, being tobe attended wi'thsome. important advantages. Instruction : The classes. in Music Drawing Painting Wax November 3, 1849. 43Notice.
is given in the Classics, the Mathematics, Work, and be under the care of
HiUtborough Circuit S. B. Todd undersigned heieby no. the 4th day of that month, the following describe Ehroiden'Yi '
Supt., THE the French fangmge, and all the branches of a Mrs. ; i Institution, North or .
('! his friends in Leon property or so much thereof will be sufficient to
S. Knight kud Levi Pierce, supernumerary Jefferson, and 'Madison! Counties pay the State and County I due thereon for the complete JngliJjoluc3tion. The tuition feer are South, where these baanche* are taught more. thoroughly A MEETING oftheStockbo'dersoffbeSouthern!
.that he will be in Florida 1S49. to wit Tat respectively $ly $UO, and .25 per session of five or scientifically.The ZJL Lip (nsurince &. Trnst-Company will be heldat
assistants. d sear : months wi'th extra for French. May and November I scholastic of ten months is divided ,
$10 into
about the 25th December instant Lot No. 3, fractional Sec 24, Lot No. 5, fractional }' year I of the Company m I Ibis city cnthe first
Dennis Ilankins-Home Missionary. ,with a lot of sixty or seventy Sec 35. N and E.T 1, R purporting to belong to tie thd vacations" Circulars, containingfull two sessions of five months each. Pupils! can enter Monday in December next, for the choice of Trustees .-
T. O. Adair, James T. MULES. He will visit Felix Livingston. partin*, 13Y be obtaine uf the Principal at any time and will only be charged! until the for the ensuing
Joyce, and M. W. .
end of the
The appended : term.
all the above Counties. ,and give WILEY LEE. foU'lwifgtWOi.a. with year.RODET LYON, Cashier.

Smith, left with the President. !his friends an opportunity for making g:.od bargains. Tax A!sessor and Collector Hamilton Co. I I :.1 TALLAHASSEE, Nor. M, 1849. PRICE .TUITION. Ta 1ha "( oyemrt'r &. 43 .

The JuIWing! members JOHN W. TOMfKINS.: November 24, 1849. 46 3m As former-aii3'present patrons$ of the Uel'Air i Acad- Juvenile '
were elected dele- I Departmment-Reading, Spelling, Writing New Store and New Goods.
December t I. 1549; 47 4t emy, we tan peare ji: stating that, for the past and Mental Arithmetic, per Term of five -
,pates: to the General: Conference to be held in two earsIhe Institution has been conducted by Mr. months, hare rented the store formerly
In Leon Circuit $10 THE !
Baltimore, gmm% ling on the first Tuesday The Florida Exchange. Cour. WILLIAM S. OOAKT, to our entire satisfaction.His .- First Clats-Reading, Writing, Spelling, 0 by Mr. McDougal. adjoining that of
IN CHANCERY.Caleb qujlifical ia atunstructor-hi-correct viewsof modern Geography: ,Grammar,and Arithmetic Mr.Knight,three doors below Mr. Burney's,and wit

in May next : well known establishment, located: at the H. Boo Complainant, goccrnmeivt-liis high moral character, and his 12 open in a few days : General Stock of Goods,

MICE Nisrr, Minister' Tito's GABUNER THIS of Pensacola and Monroe streets! opposite general deportment as a gentleman-prove his ability Second AiithmeticconcludedBota,Bota- 0 sUtins; of Dry Goo". Silk Good,, Fancy ditto, Hat
Alienate the Capitol recently occupied by I. N. Drake, David P. Hogue. Adm'r. of C. C. Hall, &C.i andCharles to conduct-successfully a clasiiral school of a ny Modern Geography, with the use of and Caps. : Shoe,Clothing.Saddlery Groceries
KICH'D U'IHTAKER, Liyman L. having been recently refitted by Ihe sub!briber, i ill Mapes! et at, Defendants.TT higa order. Our connection with this school as pat globes, Parsing Exercises, Rhetorical) Hardware, Woodware. and Tinware, which
TATLOE, Alteinate. now open for lie reception of visitors.! The houseis appearing by affidavit made in this cue that rons, enables unto commend it to the favorable no Reading, Defining, they wi offer for sale.on. the most reasonable term
a commodious one, having a good Rar Room, and JL the said defendantChares( Mapes, resides out of ticeof, those having children to edncate. Junior Wriling.Spelnga.nd, of 150 (or conntry produce.By .

The conference unanimously adopted reso. a fine room up stairs with a good Billiard Table. the State of Florida but in the United States: // u GEO. WHITFIELD TURBUTT BETTON, the Heavens, History,Analytical Botany close attention to hnine-s and the low price*

lutions of banks to tbe citizens of Madisonand Parties can be accommodated with private rooms. Ordered, That the said Charles Mapes do appear and T. W. BREUABD. T. F. WILLAMS. Parsing in the Poets, Reading, Essay at which they offer their Goods, they hope to merita

Good and attentive servants ready at any and all plead or answer the bill of complaint filed in this I JAMES E. BROOME, JNO. MAX\FLL, Writing. (daily,) share of public patronage. .
vicioiJy, fur their abundant liberality and hours, day or night; ; and visitors may rest assured cau
kindness ; to the Sons of Temperance for that every attention will be paid them. The house publication of this older or the said bill will be taken BENJ. F. WHITNER, EDW'D. HOUSOUr ,Trigonometry,Chemistry,Lncic, B. They are prepared to make liberal' advancer *
will always be furnished with the best of OYSTERS for confessed against him: Provided, That a GEO GALNIN. OOTM.\N, Intellectual Philosophy, Natural Philosophy on COTTO ,shipped to their friends in New York
their kindness in tendering; their room for the and other articles the best the market affords. Hat copy of this order be published in some newspaper JNO. JOHN P. DUVAL. Moral Philosophy, and Latin, October 27, Ia49. 42

use of the conference ; and to the Presbyte. Co fire alwayt on hand. published in 1alahasee. for the space of lour Tallahassee*Nov. 17, 1849. 45 3t (optional,) Daily Essay Writing, 25 0
W. J. SMITH. months. Music on Piano 25 For Sale,
rian brethren for the use of their church, so December I 1849. 47 4t THOMAS BALTZELL J -
ge. Goods &c. Use of Instrument, LIKELY AND VALUABLE
New :0
Dated November 90 NEGROE
8,1849.A .
freely, cheerfully, and readily offered. Drawing and Painting, 0 men, boys women and (
Tax Collector's Sale. true copy from the original. DRY GOODS GROEIUf. HARD WARE, Wax Work and Embroidery, each, JO 0 girls. Call and see at the store of .
The- next conference will be held in Mad.on ;- OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. { SHOES, &c. French Spanish, and Italian, each, -. 10 S. S. KNIGHT.fVf -
virtue of( the authority vested in me by law I November 24,1849. 40 4m Just received and for sale byGEORGE U .. ..
. commencing; on Friday before the second BY -t It will be perceived that $25 00 per term is -- h-.r 21--. 1-tQ.. ... At-- -
have levied and will for sale before I H. BESTWICK.
upon. expose S highest price that can be charged (or tuition in the -
Sabbath in December, 1850.PVflLISrIIJO. the Court House door in Madison, on the first Just Received, November 1649. 4.: I!literary i : and scientific branches: ,including t the ancientlanguages. Protection Insurance Company of New Jersey* 1*
Monday in June next,tbe following described lands, :
CAPITAL $ ( ;
COMMITTEE. Emeline from NewYorkand I .
Brig Shr. .
tO. -
r.bdillon, 120., 1640. or thereon so much for the thereof sear 1649 as will, to satisfy wit : the Taxes due PER. from New Orleans, per For. .:Sale. at: a Bagain.k. N. R. Voall\ic. will b taught to all the pupils Fire and Marine: Insurance..>; .1 !*

-- The N E 4 Sec 11, T I. R 0. Nand E ; Ihe S W 4S4C 5J 10(, bolts Kentucky Gunny Bagging do. .A''R of family HORSES sold at -young and if One half terms of tuition are considered due LEWIS & AMES P1
be ,
---- -- -- a a
6.TlR 7, N and E., belonging to George A. bale i nft'-wi bargain Agent. Tallahassee, Florida. -
READ THE FOLLOWING 1UMAIUIA- 50 coils Jute Rope 10n. together with a snug in advanee.oT the whole at the middle the term. October 131849. 40' 0'. ,:. -.'.
BLE CURD Mclntre. JOHN II. PATTERSON, 50 do. Kentucky Rope, family Carriage, nearly new. Apply at this Office Scholars from abroad czn obtain board in good 60 .
50 kegs!" Buckwheat, 1S49.45 families in the city. -
EFFECTED BY DR. CORBETTS HIGHLY CONCENTRATED Tax Collector for Madison County. roembf'r.l. REFERENCES ., Cotton. -
10 do. Goshen Butter, :
SYRUP OFSARSAPARILLA. December 1, 1S4 3. 47 Cm 25 bO"e family Cheese, Dissolution; of Co-partnership. Hon. A. E. M.UWEL JOHN S. SHEPERD. EsMtj. :- /f HE undersigned is now fully prepared:to_make. .

[From Sophronia. fidget, wife of Stephen C. I ION 100 kegs Nails-3,4, 5, 6.8,1.12.20. j. RICH'D. HAYWARD, I Rev. S. WOODBURT, JL liberal advances on COTTON- Conilnf't to.hitfriend '.
Badger, Eq for many years Clerk of Court ol AUCTION. Fort'aleby .. TIE co-partnership heretofore existing between Hon. JAI. E. BBOOME, Bon. T. W. REV.Rr, in New York. s ." "
I under the style! of WILSON TaUahastce. October 6, IS.19. 39 -
Common Pleas, Merrimack County, N. II.] Monday,3d December:: will be sold before our November 17, 1919. 45Groceries III lullcribeu. .
.. VAN ; day dissolved by mutual con November 17, 1S49. 4: -
Auction
For a number of yeais past I hare been afflic Room sent. The bines!" of I the firm -"il b settled by Wanted: : .
te.wjth Salt Rheum, Dyspepsia, General Debility, Ten( prime !\Mules and a likely Negro Girl, &c. either of the late partners. the nbwribcr"
at.d"Scrofulou.. Affections. About fifteen 18 Notice SHOO BALE COO by .
month, aged years. received from New Orleans, .JOHN T- WILSON, market
since I commenced taking Cor'! ett' Shakers Sartparilla 'LSo-A likely fellow, aged 26 years. JUST barrels Magnolia Flour C. C. VAN WYCK. IS hereby given to all whom it may concern, that will be paid. highest S. F. BURNEY.price. .

Syrup, and soon realized' great benefit BERRY i ROWLES Auctioneer 20 ., St. Louis I TallahasieeNovember. ; 17,1S49. 45 3t a promissory note, for the sum of five hundred Oetober6lSIg.3 -. -
therefrom. It it I the first medicine I ever found ]November2l,1B19. 4S 2t 40 boxes Cheese, dolau. given by me sometime in July or August, -

that permanently helj-fd me, and I find that my 2 casks Sugar-cured Hams, Buggys .for Sale made payable to E. C. Corb tt or bartr. &. ROPE-Just received. .
health and strength are very much improved. I and due on the 10th of IS49, and BAGGING '. .
HEADQUARTERS, FLORIDA MILITIA, ) 10 kegs Goshen Butler, BROKAW. November a P BazKing,
believe this an invaluable remedy (or Scroluloui BY JVTTT.T.ER consideration for which was'given has entirely .. f
Tallahatsee, *v'u"tmbN' 20, 1810. ) barrels old 8 .V) Coili.Rope,
difordm. and most cordially recommend it to all An election for: the following Field : M\nonghalia Whikl'J have just received and'will failed, I am determined not to pay the same, I tot( bb) ; Twine .
>
who | re afflicted al I hate been. My general WHEREAS to wit : one Major General for 1st I 10 sacks Green Havana Coffee, .'THEY p on hand, a 'few go BUG- unless compelled to do so by the verdict of a jury I A IoU aopply fJ the article svillbekeptConstantly '.

health ia now g<,od, and I attribute my recovery Division, one Major General for ''d Division, one I L af and Crhe Sugars, I .GYS,which they will sell ''or.c.b. of twelve honest'men; and this is l>n notify$ all per- on hand,daring abe Ihe season by. .
ulel1 to tha Shaker Syrun.SOPilRONIA. Iirigadi General for tit Brigade, one Brigadier 2 hhd, do .November.- IS49!) 45 sons not to trade fgr the same, unless at (iheirosn S. S. KNIGHT .
.
W. BADGER. General for 3d Brigade! and one Brigadier General4or Dried Apples, Wines, &c., &.c.. .. risk. J. \-HILL Tanahal! (t', Sept. 15. 1S49. 36
"
Concord N. .
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To thole March 2S, 191s. 4th Brigade Florida: .Militia, was held on the 1st All of which will be sold at the lowest ,prices by Notice.rpHEcreditorfand November 11, IS-ID. 43 4t -
who '
'ufW by disease I that seem almot day of October, 1649,and it :appealing by a full can- GEO. II. BESTWICK. entitled to distribution NEW GOODS. -
beyond the reach persons
of "the healer,.! what can be of the returns marie to the Executive Office that November 1.7, 1549. 4 Notice.
van Wilder late of
: of Edward Hill ,
more eneourajring Hun thij p To those whose BlooJu JL in the esate TTT.RSEYS.Linreys, Plains, Osnabonr. Blanket"?.
diseased whmc Lungi John Milton is dulfeTecfed3lijor! < General of lit Gadadrn Cou'nty, deceued, aro hereby notified that SIXTY FIVE NEGROES forsale at my plantation J.V Mariner'St lri-e| ,Tickings Brown and Bleached .
/ afflicted whose from .
Ire New
Receiving York
are generally enervated fysterns Division ; their daiTHs'wIllWbarred.iJ I not presented wilhin Lake nf'a lamonia, consisting of( Shirting and Shceiings} Fancy Casnmer.*, Irish Lin.
ivcmwhciru*. weonlysav. and Litllf'n prostrated (by abu. Jesse Carter Major General,2d Division; TER Brig Emeline I! ,VlIfgeassYr7ment 6r7aj>anedJL .two years ailtrth publication of this notice. Men. Boys. Girls, and Families,an', five good Home ens. Alpacas,Hosiery,assorted Satinets and Tweed .

of the Restored To the twtiroonir, ,10 the language* Robert C. Caldwcll Brigadier General lit Brigade; and'fancy articles of Ta-waf, embracing mOt 'JOHN M. W. DAVIDSONAdin'r. Servants, nd a good Blacksmith. Any person w ish- j Just reei'etandnOop: .per schr. Ylncent- .',

hl'".tllI"'*** "("h" most Science' and James A. Prdon, Brigadier General Brigade: 01' the articles, in our line. Also un hand a few olEmpire's Quincj. November 3,1849. 43 8w ing lo buy, will have the servants delivered at their from or !ile by .
reel 1 Farulty, and iwe ditolinguilhed of the Wed- Benjamin Hopkins! ,Brigadier General 4th Ih igade- Patent Cooking Stoves, Air-light and Cot .: homes. E. G. PONDER.. ptember2i.19W.. 3 S. F. .:

UK. CORBETT'H. CONCFNTRATED .]%'bw,be> it thereof'are Known That tbe'above named tage Stove for laror; Patent Pumps, Sugar-Dip 'Notice. November 1", tSt9. .55 4t f.
SYRUP .
or SARMAPARILLl. are hereby proclaimed duly elected to and different sizes and
persons ten S1umme-r a general: Potatoes Onions &c.
TOWARD the val oUl commands. designated, and when commissioned assortment of manufactured' Tin Ware. months al1t'r date, I will apply to the Hon. Killer. I. .
*J&-kale BRJNLT & CU., Sole Proprietor. will be obeyed and respected accordingly.THO. I We are prepared to execute job work in Tin, Copper SIX of Probate f.r I the County of Jefferson.forletters Pan 1A Po.lato"-
tlum BARREL.rilb
)Wed( by in any di.nvi uion .administrator of AndetlonSneed A FRESH Perry Davis'Pain Killer,just JLLr
Agent in |the|, United
States and C.atladal. JT\ and ( sale sacks Salt. Jost rfceived"apd
byT. (
deceased. Liverpool
Bv .the Governor Attest, country promptly attentk-d to. Ute of said County, receie a 10 o
LEWIS WILLIAM SNEED." WHITF.: 'CO ( sale S. F. BURNEY
& AMES, L A.TuufP\'nN, Adj'f and Insp.Gen.Rccratarl T. wiinx & co. & Agent
Slc Ajeu'til6r; T.II.hlett 18lfv 131. 'Noteaiber: 17, 18 JO. 4 Jefcr'Coanh cto1ri i'2'),.lt'. 41. 6n "nm'\: I ISM. 45 5ept.mbf r 2i-, t5-9 _U



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,'i A STATE.OF SIEGE.I Ecgal dbocrttscnunts. LAFAYETTE BURR MILL STONEf.f.YUF.fCTURL'U LA'fILtA
m as by O< of ,
woe C/-f pp k JHA
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WAI one day hunting along on foot with a ua of cbe MOM Of?. r. T.wo .*. s.d sic W .f .

j I. double barrelled smooth bore, one barrel load. Middle Circuit of Florida. BUILDI.1G,RIVER ST. FOOT OJ'WHIT AEEJI, Ip a IanaptUit&! wbeh they estids..iusaLng .- .J..P8IIt&It

J ed vrhh ball and the erf her with number two d Leon County Circuit Court.-In Chancery. SAVANNAH, OEO. ft TVC/Xc. Ore;.ere. nit T... i
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doctor. Md Br erwjkal .
CAPCHA1ACULiii
; ; hot in a rather (for that country) open wood, ANXA MAJUA THADCITELI.: r,. JAMES D. TRADE- TENDERS her thank! t* her rods caul.,sad tfcolik*. TufcOKJfUIJff .t e _Jonnerlr..wtaOll 11M tlC., ftJI. I J

.1' when a large boar made hit appearance, about ELL, Administrator of WiUiam Tradewell. RESPECTFULLY I public generally for the liberal the 01 pia Uti c t, wll.c II. It n.s.r.III: I

'. sixty yards of fl; and! not seeing any of bis com.radet. i DEPOT TT appearing to the Court on tic affidavit of com- patronage she has received formerly, and (or a continuance eM ptie UC b .z T, aM J"llte1l.ue aGII. u. I

p I let: fly the hall barrel at him, and turn L plainant's Solicitor that tit defendant in the ( of the same she caa confide-illy! say that Ion OmoVrjL. OLn r.Ju bT wBsnri &na

;. bled him over. He a fierce or two abovestatad cau. dues not reside in Florida but in the coming season unusually strict attention will be 7 uiI:*. b r1s| ott it 'M Did D,'c ltk Bss. bu Uj- .
gave e. the St ah, of South Carolina: It u Ordered, That I the given to her ousintss. Her table shall not be ur- &si,4 Jai* *ip ilim nrrrti CM tflSI ot arms.Frnxtftl .

.. I a* he lay, and a large herd oflheie boars and, did defendant appear and auwtr the complainant'sbill passed by any of this place. Hunters mil be continually Cptt, Vtl AVr. >H,.'.. Ttr\ Q .

BOWS immediately rushed out from some thick on or before' the first day Decrmhernext.otl .. employed during tbe winter .or the wild
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: : J} underwood behind and after looking a few cL erwi!ie the same may be :laken Y. cOJ.f uo. .1nd itisjurther - ---- : game of the forest and for the feuthered fowl of the '

Ji'Lii1 Ordered'That, this cice br published in .1 I f.kes.
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seconds the fallen! made dash
". at u at me
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Ialt
some newspaper printed in the Middle Circuit ol : 1kw ) Her tales of charges tor ooaro ami noard and lodging '
: ):L :J but they were a too late, fur on fir"I Florida for four months as prew.ibedbvlaw. L L1 pT day, wee month or year shall be satisfactory 't
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\ .: ." :' catching sight of them, I ran to a tree, cut up ,.- -4 THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. ; -:- ---= 10 her patronsA ,.

\ f i for life, and had only scrambled just into ( \ July 15th 1S19. : stable, with a good ostler, ii attached. ... 'Y.

branches about ten feet from A true copy. Attest : D. McRAENY, C1t'lk. September, Ibl'J. 33 Cm ..
-i tome ,
; dh'ering 21 lb I 19 25 J. B. KsEi D. C. .<1\\ (. h
I July Bv i3 .
tbe the whole herd arrived, 'l' ,.
: ground, LL : I.PI For New York: .. )1 :10 o.o.L
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-. .I squealing ar-d grunting at the foot oftbc tree. State of Florida.--Monroe County. -1 -er .- ).)f f'b } ,_...Jp _. : !

., It the first time I had ever been treed, r t

:" '.: as\8 the North Americans call it, and I could Smith Mowrv rt. ). BILL I IN CHANCERY. 4a "f.i.,' i :> ,\, "

: rr and I could not help laughing at the ridiculousfigure I Joseph Law ton- } kj.u'c' /. z !' _;'.f'Sj ...,

.4.;. ; I must have cut, chased up a tree by a GAY'S IT appearing me mr affidavit that Joseph" Lawton. L iJf-= -- \i REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between .; c ,> ./ 1 _.:-.'". .

': t. e drove of pigs ; but it soon lured out no laugh I I defendant it the bill file in the above cause, resides THE York and St Marks and Newport, will '
CASCHALAGUA ) pr ; \
EXTRACT OF \ \ out ol tie State of Florida and in Europ itv. lz JJI
; jog matter, for their patience wa not a I ex. It is Ordered That said defendant and answer commence running at the opening of I he tall trade, = '

-: soon exhausted but they settled! around C.VLIFORXI PLANT OF HARD the said bill within the lime prescribed appear law .' and continue thronghout (the entire rear, viz: I \

.f:".i peele tree, about twenty yards distant, and kept MClUCAl' VIRTUES. otherwise it shall be taken pro confesso. It by is further Brig" WARCALLA OCILLA Josseljn Trim, Master do. I I OLD) DR. J\COB 1WXSUXD., !

: looking up at me with their little twinkling A CERTAIN PREVENTIVE AND CURE FOR Ordered That a copy of this ordrr be published a' LUCY H do. I T111taRUSAI. 1 15*"iVCRES Of ; *
UTILL keep on hand and for sale BURR STONES *mer,
,.. eyes, as much as to say, "we'l have you Ferer and .ln?. Consumption Conght, Coldt, in some monthfoi newspaper nine printed months. I he State cf Florida f from 15 inches to 7 feet,and we judge it sufficient SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (new,) I Grnnice Town ecd Sarsaparilh.OH .

., yet. Influency. ithma. Bronchitis, Seiojula, (nul'l I once a JOS. B LANCASTER recommendation to say 1000 set of thee W.CISS.Perry., do. (new.) I Dr. TowBs od h BOW about! ywyt .f .fp.M-, '-. I
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k .I RJrlllnati"n"ural.ia, Krynipelas, Lumbago, stones have been sold! in the State of Georgia, Alabama These Bug arebailt in the most oab !antialman- .' ynn known at the .IL'THOK anJ nsrorr.RKa >.' i...
- Having made up my mind that a regular Key Vest,Maich 2c.A. D. 1S49. JudgeSo.Cir.Fa. vr.xvi.vr. ORIOIX.fTOIr'\ Yn .
.. Paralysis Pleuiity, Jaundice, Dytptpwi, Costitenesi North and South ner expressly for this traJe and are commanded .fR.ti'.flC/
- t i: was intended, I began as an old soldier, I THOU. F. KI.VG. Sol. for CnOlA \. Carolina and Virginia, giv- by i L.I." r>m;poor he wat rnniprlleti: t> iiatil its m-.Lia'la.. ty
siege Pile Lirtr
Com'
J.jen1n.fropsy, from the minute ifli c Ihe most perfect satisfaction for both Corn and camelot' and experienced Captains. Freight; and passage ; vhicb meac U h. been kept nnlnfm iket *nd the..iq.! r-
;::1 jJTexamine the state and resources of the f,r- plaint Billions Complaints, .Vtivous.ljjcttions, true COP : Wheat. at the lowest rates. A2'pnt.- I JlrnKrlbet to thtnvontr vhu hvi prated iwnrth. taA kvu ..

: ':: and the chances of without Cutaneous Disorders, Ffteis in General Hem W. C. MALONEY Clerk. September 29 1SI. 3S 3n COE. ANDERSON t CO.. vnloe. II had reached the ran t>( ..,. 1I..r-- ..
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"S aiM relf.rfrom .-\pril-l. 15 By H. L. HICK, I D. C. thnM per"n' who hi be n hetled nf sore .iu..s- '. ..
Ohtrnetions Fluffs
)"' \\iy raising the sieg?. dtfencts con. orhagei, IJI.I/it.ticm.- 10: Beaver street, New Yotk. I from death pr..cl"iws.d u* etrellnc 1 "fI'i nn.ssiI .
,. prated antllJ'J dirt .Ippetitcs and all diseases New JOHN HEALING POWER.I
and Fashionable Goods DENHAM. I
..: tisted of fiiur diver in branches that affirded Notice. f I .
: originating inCom.slIp2tIois Newport. Kaowfof. "tny yrtrt "ig' that br hw by h *ti : 0)01"9"
a safe assvlcirn to the garrison provided it was n'HE creditors and pf'r..onq entitled In distriNition JUST RECEIVED per brig Ann Eliza opened I and etpenrnee. r.n.c0t4.! arurle; wh.rh itnajtl b. .. '.'
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the 't 1-f9.
ot Howels l"t'wl.orfu 4
or .., ., .
for the UMe Adtallltl to rovik td wbra the
tmrxo*
: JL in the e.tale of Daniel Mjshburnla'e! of Gads. redy inspection, at store of S. V. I r
: watchful and did not go lo sleep ; the arms IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. HUIIVIIY. The Ladies of I the and ...hed to nil: I it unto naivem) notjre. %.hrn 'n .*" trirtu --* i
den Countv.decpai n.ltnrd thaI my country I .
;; and amuniiion de are hereby their Florida Land Sales."tJTtJ.L would be known ani appr -inlcd. This t m. b*. .iu,*
guerrecidebouche. were It gives tone a"J'ilIr to the i2'hl'e organs, claims will be barred if not pre!enfedithin two \.11 do well lo call and see tl.e Goods below advertised. the menns arc suaplied: : ihi.
,. 1 a double barrelled gun, a flask nearly full' of and i remarkable for itt.lnimaling, vcarsofter the publication of this Df'lit'e. *)p offered Auction numerous tract of : OR.i.YI) .1.\1J IXFQC'f.T,1n FR 5P qLrr'LrittnnOicinve4
is StiengtktMitg
Printed de Lines \ valuable! Land at the places and times fallowing 1M thy :",;, r'...g4 ", csl1eJ fr.t thr "l
.I:. powder, plenty of copper caps, a few.charge aud Reiloralire Properties. R E. GIBSON, (Superior Long Lawn viz : jilt the lenzth n.t br.-ulih nf th. !la,t e'f> t..ny.! (It a (unit
of shut hut only two balls knife flint and Public!}' admitted by Dr. Townsend, Manufacturer Administrator fit bon;, non. Figured Cashmeres, ;Tre d Edgingsarid Laces, : Inrspabte or nzearat r'r otn.-r t,_.
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; of ., Tow *end'li Saisapaiilia," to be Q'linrv. Xov..mhrr? :. ]I"il>. 41 ;w Oiiental ;Ladies Block and White I At Pensacnh on the -1th December next. i I CAuSe T"aar S. P TiwrBimd it impfnrei. with 'w. ,.4Mtrr
Meel, a .piece of hard dried tongue, a small Brocade Alpacas ; Silk Gloves, )Milton Santa Rosa Connty, on the dh Doc'r. rh.rt*,.tool f-.r ib. b tl'r.ber**i* its pren; : d.M_

: flask of spirits and water, and a good j bundle "Far Better than Sarsaparilla." Notice.THE Supr French Bombazine, :Ladies cord Lisle Gloves Eucheeanna, Walfon Co., on the 10th ,,sc fnntfitt, sad by the m itnttjie latent di..c.*.*.ne The* of higheum the an.kmnr'eftcChemiiirv bai"al ,<''t

:: of N af. As for relief frurn without, it washardly :JIn corroborants of the above, read the an. : creditor, legatees and persons entitled to Black Harezes do imp coI'd kid do Roach' Bluff Washington Count. on the tr.cb. Bin rupmitinn '.n tfc*.rvBnf'ctor of t*>* fill i Pr'.
]10th Dercmber. I. :: 1'e tar..rlla! It.. 'IU I"t'.a .. :
ilk r 'a
Spun* camf"lian Colors Linen Cambric 1 ;
need communication*, as in the H'dk'fr .
to be although a broad trail estate cf R bert II. M. Da. rnl "rtt.erld ...se .
about eSpcl.d.frown and Coatlnsirc Testimony and Proof Tosilirf. \'id"on, late of Gad den County,'ecea-ed, are 'hereby mack Gro de Swiss, .Saflita Ribbons, At Marianne. Jac.-on Connty en the ISlIi Deer. i Itvbich 11"11. .oft3ln.nay are in rt "r o-elevi.I and <* ," wbicn >i vp gs4 prnrt a I"
,; ran jn-rch ; as 1.011' \IiiI! lhonn Co. the "
my
mack Grode Rhino -', t on 17th
Satin do
rd
notified I that their claims will be barred, i if not pte'senlf'd pApnt it fir Ii'e prmlnre frrrtlw* L11 ei W Htttettftttt -
: fur a tally. it was nile out of the question ; FRO I TilE GIUfnX: ERG COMPANY. within two veai after the publication of this Jaconet Cambrics Bonnet do Qiiinry, GdrJ"t n County, on the 10th .rIOQ a tile 55tnL :00". .C t.l. prnpeTnti nt 5..i.ity ."
that .
1 so I did as mot! persons would do in my silua. Sir:-V-iu are aware that, as Iheorigmator of the n..tire. JOHN M. W. DAVIDSON, Dotted Swiss Muslin, ',Black Silk Vise!?. Tallaha-Mer, Leon County on the 22d u. | \preparation t i/ they tbry-we not e..tire:mvcrtfd' eTaiwnw vy a serf M'.eal'J'u.vtUfr..,

., lion made myself c mfortable as possible! tlraefinlrrs Company I mut I have had my atten- Quincv. November, 1>>19. 43 Sw Kxecutor. Plain V 44 Monticello Jeff rson Co' on the 27th I 'DOWII .t; In tb.- p1tere r.t .11,.t., .Df\trtu.... '. _...
tiara cilil. d to (he nunic-ious Medicines presented 10.. October fi;, ]St!. 29 I' Madison Curt Hone, on the 29th 9e.e r1g'deprTaqeI. wh.rn 5 j f v..w. 'or ;_
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:"h t a small sup from the lit a and 44 Ja Hamilton : t.< n. nnrfr ne.L.' tne Terr r,,'*ti<*4 .4n-U BH,- ir.Cqnwl. .
the .
J fask. ear County, on J't
the public ;patronage. I hate watched with much Notice. per Jany. _,; .it." JrI..e z..1 : it- 11''.
':'i sit watching the bru'es wotideiing when I NEW GOODS.JAMESB.GAMELD 44 Co. the 3d 4<
I Ilnll'rel'llhe introduction of the Canehalagua into Alligator, Columbia on I Any p.'o. C"II bv'o, nf 'is-v 'le -IHt thei rt.rll,n,4
they would get tired of watching m!. But Ihis cllun'r by \ourself; and am free to say that no I SIX months after date; the undersigned executor Tr.R3tIOne fourth payable at the time of ale, wbtrn n omn f i.m the r-...'>lIr matter M n, nett tan
the );t will and testament of Lewis Saun ; from thioi eUe. th. ,. .
any : T ena :B wi ni. ta 0Mnr vq..d
Lour after hour I Medicine stand so deservedly high and the balance! it; threeeual 1 annual instalments .
elapsed and there seemed no as jour extract der",decea .ed, late of Leon county will his I.id."e: en uIi ...r Ittfl'Wi, tho m,1 t. iIl.l' .
,' -: ; chance of Ibe : patience, of course I cf that i invaluable plant. In ;" 1 lrllf mi'yl I bate final accounts and vouchers to the Hon.present Judge of TSreceivingby the Ann Eliza Vincent Lt1( ',0ciJla, I Persons desirous to know what particular tracts .\,P.I."RILI.\ EXTRACT Clr :vgtr.Run aura iirtcm,,
rtirl hnnwn
seen its extraordinary efficacv, in the cure of a con. -L Smannee, &.t'.. &oc., a large Mipply ot tall and} are to be sold will be furnished with hand-bills on !' I a* in*
I Leon Probate Court anti ask lobe dUcharsed. GENUINE
: began to los mine ; they never stirred, ex. fimNcail'OC Bronchitis. For i the Post Masters Ihe OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSENDISARSAP.&PJLL'I.
I complaints which LEWIS M. SAUNDERS Executor.. xvinter Goods, which he invites his customers and |I application to at above named 1
\ ccpt cue would now and then go and take a. require the prompt and thorou t purification of the the piblic lo examine. A few gallons of that eld plarp. or to the sub.-criber at Tallahassee,by letter i ..
I JIJ1 21. ISt... 25imNotice. I Th.; >" w prf p"I"'fi. that t'l 1 tbe mrrt propern. ** *TT
t' look at his dead comrade, and then return i blood, I deem our Canrhaloguafiir, tny tar tv- French Brandv: vet unsold. postage paid. .paroUa,qwi ..rs ;,, .n, we4 "'ertho > cattb." t

I grunting ; as if be had freshened his thirst I prriar to any and all the Sarsaparillas of the Jay Serternber 'Iv' lS-l '. 33 JOHN EEARD, Register I arid or of r"1IIpatti. i. eiSnctrrf and r.cr4 lit," .,,,,
up and with them all lain well acquaintrd -- nf Public Land for Ihe State 01| Florida. particle 61 r odiri virtw is etirrd m a port ami cren'.i .

for revenge. !I J. T. MARSHALL. 1 I SIX months after date, the undersigned will apply Confectionery and Bakery. I Tallahassee, Aug. iS. I"Jw1. 32-3rafJThe I{ form and: and he tbo.hn:prnpcrtie ti. rrnd rpd. rrep'mci'p i,rf 9 ort'iinAi\ui Itut!w.y. illS f.f m4 t* r,lx vifrle -
at it occurred to that I the Hon. Jude ol Probate for Leon I
.1 once me though 1-- County i Dttst .er(11i .ten t .It n.p

not spare any lead, but must kep i for 1I I FROM AN EMINENT LAWYER IN NOHTHAMCTOX, I for Utters, sen.of deceased.dimision. from the Estate of Arlhu'rurneJ' I HENRY K1NDON generally would that inform he, has his on friends hand, andis and once a week following for three papers months will and publish send! the their-above accounts Cure. the ",of*.n .iiiuumernMcHmc. 'h. .p 11..1' ".n. d."diSt.. ow a'- r.

.. emergencies, yet a powder and caps were in I MA? \CIICSKTT5.NORTHAMPTON. JOHN S. HART, Ex'r. f i constantly manufacturing CANDIES of all kind, to the'4 Register:*' la Its fivor by men, women. .nd ctuldn. .V. 6nd n 'imtf
abundance, it would le a good plan to fire Ftb 7.1549.] I, Z-m uch as : i The papers in P..n lcoh.1\larianr.t and Apalachicola wonrfr"i in the rnre ofco.vjft'.v'To.v
t of I September S, 1 149. />
r.pmp.vLf. "r powder alone every f..w minutes, and : Dear Sir-I have long wl.Ift"f1| to see _vouthat I PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS, II ; the Savannah Georgian and the Kt-pnWican : PJf/\ T S. .! might give you an accurate account ol the rernaika. i Notice.QIX CINNAMON LEMON CANDY, Charleston Courier and Mercury ; Mobile flezufer i TIYFYL"'S. ail CVT.1Xt.OfS; HtCPTlCJt: HM-
each shot l by a loud sh'wit.! which is a general :1! ble cure of my only' daughter of violent! case of :I WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY, I and the Advertiser : Columbus Times, Ga., and the I I.ES. BI.U( THl.r.j. .t: .... nc-ns f-,mililPURITY
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signal for asMo'ance ; and. a one IJarre was ;< scrofula. She is now alu-ost three sears olll e. In..' Months after date, I-hall apply lo the Judge HOARHOUND ; Raleigh! Standard and the Rf'i; ler. i .. OF THE BLOOD.Ipn.ues.e.mtre .

.ti loaded wi'h! shot, I picked a mo, outra. ",JruaQ'last, putrid so es upon the lips, face, and I j iJ of Probates' of Leon County' lor a final settlement And various others among them several that are -- -- .from .-litdity nrtrrr1d.PItthw. .fA. &.ill fficrjfc It,; .m frnra" 'leI.' .!."'."W'"eirrim 1: _

geouily vicious old boar which was just re. glands, made their appearance, and increased with I Ii of mv accounts administrator I the Estates useful for colds cOIIghl.and i ili prepared to r3nu. Extensive Sale of Land and Slaves. Colft. tf..tPfmftj.t .f ii"intl :o the head.m\ At_ .1 tu,. %Ao

!i! In htful rapidity; one cf her e\n also became of Jesse Townsend and Daniel Townsend deceased facure any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both virtue of a dfcree of the Honorable Court rof;| i I mid feet uot h-iadt.cold chi'H ....t Kit flT orrf t-y "j' It
from 'iit his fallen friend II has .
: turning a to grunt the administration BY I tint U fT-iii In CW-i T ii Cu : >ta4 pr nmtr- ei. ,
final of
ilv and from )
lor discharge
j b4< ulcerated, that to all appearance it could never a ichleale and retail. II Chancery for Maditpn County, State of Florida .t icvuraii4., .lid genii. '... ':.. rda";.: tICtanr .1 15.
.; ing and looking up at m(in the tree, and give !J, az lin he rej lclf'd. Th s continued U-r FIX weeks, 1tt'iee'ital"1. All person! inleietted will take no- rle is alqo prepared to carry on Baking in all its the subscriber will cfler for saleat public outcry, in (ant*. tbriMt ami ever; fOb-, pun
bim the whole al about 20 off in I the child beinr most liorribltsul.t lice accordingly."BENJAMIN. |! But in coin rr i. it.r,e.I:.".. .'P DrtnifesCjr un.r.d ic
charge, yards a and the hearts brmch ,from t Ihe plain LoaJ of Bread, to I he most the town of Madison on Tut sday.: the first day of "1tO.I tctJre S : the middle of bis face. This succeeded b'-I(I of her parents alino r broken. During the whole! of MANNING Adm'r.JamesT. exquisite( Cakes and Pies. Patties and the public January ntrxt. that larre and valuable plantation! j I FEMALE COMPLAINTS.It ? .

.' thu period we u>cd SARSAPARILLA! IN LARGE 53- Archer Esq., is my Azent to attend CM aIwa s accommodated by giving timely notice lately occupied liy Col S. H. Butler rVcea'pd I, md. .
:: vondmy exepctations, for he turned round and con- | work tr r'in o-e-Of 10: ". /**at mittr FiL' ,j'Htkt
,: QUANTH'ICS, but the di."eae was not arre-ted in to all matters connected with the administration of at the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson street, tainin about three thoosand acres of first rale Land !I H'irmt. Olttrnrtr-i. Sj-frr L .r Parmjiu ..Vrttttf irai.r
: ,'. *JojM! d away a bares> hp could, making the ;i I the le..I. While the disease was still at its height the .e estates B. M. oir o ite the Auction Room of R. H. Berry :.'., This plantation is situated about ten miles East cf i i o4 the me .iniil prrt I j runnr all the t rn<* of K fa.aiBy .
most horrible n'ie and though the remiin. I|I I happened; one day to call at the of July 2S.lSt9. 29-'m Tal hh Dec. 16 irf
: ; II store \')Ilrrt a '(1', 154S. 22 the Ocilla River i is remarkably healthy has good rviAtk ip* .bo U"cti..n.. in l rxu.*rf>; the tPB*"*! *T4ipm -
der, when they heard the shot, charged up to |!I gentlemanly azent in this pljce and relating the: wells of water, a ban-- lDe Dwelling Hf>'Je and : !it etve* i r.e ind saco'ta to lie wh.-re bn.ly. a tnuenns .

1 the front of the tree, the ou'cry ofibe old I! manner in which our child wai afflicted, tIe advised I Sale by Blaster in Chancery. I Fresh Groceries. grounds ornamented with Orange, Fig, and P.-! .: all!) f."., cfAertou I
boa
| me to make a trial ol your Canrh.ilazua. I took but order of the Superior Court of Leon County i granite trees, and an extensive vineyard. The outhouses di*"a'f'5 and debility, I
i I
t drew them all from: the tree and the I BY TUisTreceivinj ifld thu preveeunr mtrv,* u :rini Tarvtr *f other"!... i
away |; one b stile, having no confidence in it.but commenced in I will offer ulE' bl'fole the from New York and eOrleanl% and .. '
Equity, j-ublic j are numerous in thorough repair. There a .u tmurit. .%>.'..<. At *if.* Lica tt, a...mj. '
'j tIiok! hpr went after hum making such a i I giving it according to jour direction stoppingall Court house, in Tallahassee, on the first Monday in *) a full and choice assortment of Grocer i/s, conlisting j.i are about one thousand acres of cleared land on the '" Ffti'fttc Fit. Gnrmttumt..
other medicines at n pan of Bacon Hams Sides and Shoulders It ele DM< tbe bl.vxl uri:,' th. brrrtn be ltbr xrlma. n.e9
and I'
Jioise n *rer heard before or since. Re- i once, in just 1 five da\ the I December next the following prul'erliz.i : tract \\holcundersood fencing. The plantation .
.
a I I, I iSe >l and gives pnod .iie the bowels rl
TJiaining lb tree for several rnintrcs.! uitil v\ellinz ti"iblv' -creaed, the ulcer began to he.il I L">t No 52, in the nr.rth addition of the city rf ,. Mackeral Xo. 1 and 2, Candle, Soap,Flour, Coffee j I commands an extensive and nnj' rpajsed ran: torpor "ad Clm.l'.b..n.' aas' d.fMtIOIl.alt.".''.. pnnt tis ss.
... up i and she .improved rapidly for three \"pekil. arid to ourvcr I Tallahas-eelhe residence, J(."-e .Atkinson E<'.) Lard, Tobacco Teas, Almonds' Candies New Orleans J i lr Cattle and Hogs, and i iq capable of being l'a-il\ :I equalises the circukiium.f rti. bU.ut |>""aciol r-et.. warmth
all xra.qjif, I loaded .both barrel! very care. great was apparently cured less Sugar, tc.-whirl. I offer low for cash. dividrtlinto i three rquillTnll over the l.",. "nd thr ..tn'.ble prnpir-.t'wi.! rrlaies -
joy than Iwo anc, tour ne rosUves viz : Harriet and her children. or mo:e smaller t tracts Terms ... .. ., ..
: (fu.'Jy with and dipping down to the groundran bottle having nued.. ihUcaftetofcomrj and Store removed next door 'lo John W. -nmle's. I credits all nririures tbtneim. all t.uiet a4
1,1. j Naming : The above sale j is for partition among the heir of one and 11'0'ear' notes tube well se- lnririn :e. the rni rr nrrTnas fy.'. Ii ant this tbn
aWl)' a contrary dlrtliol, to the one j of our incrrdulom friends, they seemed lo think that distributees' of Samuel lJr; >an and of Leah Atkinson, JOHN McDOUGALL.June cured. f The medicine yon prr-emicentlr nerd t

.'. S tbey had taken, fut a> my leg coull J i, t tIp cure must have bei'n effected by I the u-e of I the .. both deceased. The negroes will be sold for cash, 9, ]1S49. 23 At the same time and place, the sibscriber will I But can any.f these th.njt be Md of iI. P.T"04.'itt.-
a 1 carryme.Jlpron's i SARSAPARILLA, and it was not easy, under (Ihe and the lot on terms made known on the day of sale. offer for sale SIXTY LIKELY SLAVES: consisting nor artclr* Thc jnuns nt.,,', 'luinitt .. m-t b> .

Lie in Central America.Sircdixh I circumstance?, to argue against that opinion : BUT Purchasers lo pav for ti'le papers. I Fresh Groceries. I of valuable lieU hands and house servants. Terms, : COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S.I .

Now FOR THE PROOF When the child appeared BEXJ F. WHITNER BARRELS GEXNESEE FLOUR, : credit of twelve months, notes to be well secured. I I 1IH'3U.DLTER10KAT1U.N.of nrf r.R.l..r..njNEVER thtt tae vce u 1.NCMPAEL2of

loU. respecting Intoxication.-In i to be perfectly cured, we stopped giving her your Master in Chancery. -&VI3do do do ; The title to the whole of the above property are I SPOILS,

Sweden, whoever is seen drunk is fined, for :| extract, supposing all was safe; but in twenty.five September 29, 151 19. 3S lOw( 30' do St. Louis do indisputable. whit he other DOE.S ; tnrt*;. f. -. ;.:. and Uamf tittftUit
| days the same eruptions, running at the eye, and 10 kegs Goshen Butter R G. MAYS, e intaiaine it .nio f; cinenii ; the "mr. acts liqaui eiplotiag.
:: the firrt tf.nr"% three dular; for the second, !| sw'ellin? began to return. We waited five days to Notice. 30 boxes do Cheese, Commissioner and Receives and dunssin other ro A r Mint_ not Ibis bofr.M. mm
pound h* pntaor.niu to the '
} a large sum and is also if it would amount to thing serious. It in- 50 sacks Java and Rio ST un Ifkat' pat t4 nt* <
: Jhird.and rurh.limes, see any Lnijuira, Coffee Oclober2i.15112 ts rfitrm tlretd dtftiti teit acid'Vbst oia f"s Pyp I.. bat
deprived elections, and being I created rapidly a* before. We again commenced SIX weeks after date I will apply to the Honora 5 boxes Loaf Sugar ... The Florida Sentinel, Macon Telegraph, Savannah : acid iv "eni>tal! know thatwhoo fimt soar*la car i ij ,CIt -
"oTn : appointed
giving her our medicine, and in five dais, ((became Jude of Probate for Monroe County for let. 10 bbl#. Cruhed and Powdered do. Republican, Charleston Courier, and Jack I I achj hat morhief it pnidncrs tfitn.iice. heanbara. palp
c a representative. He is h lation of th* feenrt, liT.
)
5iJel pub. the or Ben is r c.mpla'n. eo.'C.
lI.arrol1'"f'et
of administration estate jam rr.
period of time as before ) she began to belh.r.and ter on II) do No. 1 and 2 sonville will
I grow Mackerel Republican publish once a week for I and c-rruptifin of the b'ood! t'b.c" Srrofala bat as eJ
'. iicly exposed in the parish church on the fol. j! in a'.jout two weeks was well a 'ain. From that fef'ger.drtcued. P. FONTANE.. 6ldo J do do doC eight weeks, and forward bills to this Office. I humor in tbe h..JyYhtt prfnhjres ill the banterf whiclttrinp

lowing Sunday. If the same individual] is i Io
found committing the same offence the fifth '! My (father Isjac Hodges of North Adams Mass., 20 boxes smoked Herrins, Tax Collector's Sale. j I; < and. While external SweUmr 7! It,.is Fever ootfiint$"oaiH-r". and hntvrn.all nlcir'uUon'! bat ft3 'O tvt
lime be is shut : in the house I! a' PHYSICIAN, came to "ee us with the intention ot Notice. 4 baskets fresh Olive Oil, 1 .ubsi.icce. which inn,. and tbu ;p"il ai tbe riiud ot .
up olcorrectiun. t i'prescribing her. but as we were using jour med- 10 boxes Sperm Candles BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law, 1 body. al"re or less. \\"atlt aa_ Knen-nntum bat a .., Itr
and condemned to sit months had labor ; ifi i 1 \icine with success and the child improving rapidly THREE months after date, I will apply to Ike 10 do Star Candle, have levied upon, and will expose for 'ale. bei i i acid where Said which in.iniuir* Il-.fOl( bet""n the jot a: "Bd *be-
the Jff-
Judge of Probate for County of untntio; and icriiin.rf tae delicate QSMUH npow5.C'7tt
!
he is again guilty to I twelve months punish-j I t I he diJ not condemn it, but left his own prescription ferson for leave to sell a of the real estate of 5 barrels Hotter; Crackers, f>re Ihe Court Home door in the County of Madison i j arts' :o of nervwu* f iRipnntr of the bl>..d <'!
part
ment cia similar description. lithe offence j'1 'to be used in case your Extract failed. We had no 5 do Water do on the first Monday in February next, the following deranged rtreuiaiioa 4nd nearly all: tn e a>iui at. whK a:icr
Thomas Stephens, deceased I human
occa.ion for it, and I he "ill 40 boxes No described lands or so mucb thereof as will satisfy I| anture.
has: been committed in public, such as at a fair, I .your medicine in am similar sure cases. now recommend .I OCTA\.u? II. GADSDEX, Ihson, Ih'on Skin 1 Soap and Gunpowder Teas, the laM due thereon for the year 1 S-t9. to wit : i I: tonw bOW this is it not nomble: to mike and tel:. and n *itay _.

an auction, 4c., the fin1 i* doubled ; and if the Vourubedienl sprvant Guardian of tile children of said Thomas JMajra %Wine Sicily MaderiadoAlbany The S E .I. Sec IS, the E I.S W 4. Sec IS.and theN' :, OUhiG' FEr.\n::T'L'\(. Arm ('OID":

; offender hasmide !his appearance at a church HOKACK: IIODGRS.FUOil Stephens, dccca.ed. : Ale, St. Croix Rum W 4 of S W 4, Sec 17, all in T 2 N, R E., be- :; OF S. P. TOW>Sr.ND.
i Jefferson CountySept 22, ]ISI9. 37 2am3m longing to Sylvester Hinfon. i i and tet he wntilt: tin b'Vr .t .
._ New Knj'and' do American Gin, a'iiarot injti lid rr. J cra
.. the is still more severe.Vhoev.. 1. _______ JOHN H. PATTERSON !i wnnd'f fn.ie <.-?,*. 5i Iunh.tlmput R. It. WINSLOW, HANKHR, WALL ST., N. y. 10 barrels Cumberland Whisker, | of h'.s Inferor prvpaniiua::
S er i is } ff having induced another to Jefferson Co. Tax Collector's Sale. Tax Asr. and Col. for Madison County.October i Heaven forhd that
to e XinoM deal l in
New 14 ISIS. 5 M f best Cigirs. an atitl.! wbiO Well!"
YorkSept.
intoxicate him4.'lfis fined three dollars, which 20, ISJ'J.II! 3m j bear the moat rii To Frederick A. Gay, Eiq. : BY virtue of the authority viMrd in me by law, I Just received and for sale by which should d.

.. turn is doubled if the person' is a minor. An My Dear Sir-I cheerfully comply with jour reicst han levied upon and ,will offer for wale, belore October G, 149. 39 S. S. KNIGHT. OHO YARDS GUNNY BAGGING, I l<*d of complaints bring and crinnnatu'n HI.a, < from in* Old A jirt lr.swh, w ho a h nmaBtau*". "1.

eerelemsti. *' who falls into this ofT'nce loses } in acknowledging, with oilier Ihe benefit (he Court House door in (he town of l\tonlic! \lofJn 3, U U U 2,000 yards Dundee i 1 COM and pnrchnset POIJND. woo h
who which I have denvi-d from the ue of)'ollr" Extract the first Monday in February next, the following New Fall and Winter Goods. ($ "
hit I lenefi-e. If he is a laynnn occupies 2O ) Sea Island We wish It nnderstrxvi beeao II't. the a*,*>U m*. thit
CanchaUgui"or California Plant. Itscflccta upon described property, to wil : 1O) lb.. Bagging Twine S<. P. Tow nsend" Hrtic.e and Old f r.Jno 6 l'owE,eDd's ?:r-
,
any consiJerable pot>t, his functions are suv Section 27 of T 2, R 6, N and E., bounded] the UNDERSIGNED informs his customers and saparilla are ktarex-rtle ,
mv cvftem are evident and gratifying, and have on THE Just received brij Suvvannee ,& ed i )*ittty Jutrmtsr ; tkst
;p>-nd.d, an''' perhaps) he is dismissed. Drunk induced'me to recommend its Use to my friends; and East by Eldred Simkin, North by Gen. Bailey, and public, and capacity gt nerally in that the he cities has of agents( New of York experience October C, IS 19.per 39 S.,F and*. BURNEY.for !ae by |1 in they common.are nnl.ke m everv pnrticuW. havinjootoM siae tbic:
Vest Ihe Ocilla River.
ennes i it never admitted as an excuse for any I am pleaded lo assure)ou that in no instance haveI by | As !?. P. Townwid is no dortnr..ml r.,er Wa.. i Is naeheiut.i.
and Boston for the. of
crime and he who dies when drunk is buried b.en disappointed in its cfhcacy. I do not hesitate Levied upon as the property of Richard K. Call purchase goods sailed to this I Just Received i no pbarnmc ; in confidence in its remarkable medicinal and to be sold for State and County taxes due thereon market ; and that he will, in a few days, be rf'cf'iv-I | due than any other co: n>op. uiuc entltr UItj.ThtiM.rM> nuq.i .
i ignominioiisl, and deprived of the prayers of my qualities (or the 1%tt. ing and l\villcontinue to receiveduring Ihe fall and LEWIS & AMES' Drug Store, a fresh i what fuArautte cn the inlilic have thut they are v"tf"t> a
supply
and to slate that I believe it will be found bean year I AT ..
; ,
to entitfe
gttvin. tsw4urii. : hf'tirtu- the
aH i
the church. .It i forbidden to give and more excellent remedy in most cases of diseases of the DANIEL T. lINGO, winlt'r. a large and well assorted stock of, AMERICAN I New and \"aJuaJlef dlclne among which arbclesn.rd m pr-paruiffiLand.r..ni-i.ninj which) xremeiimbie: nfb
". explicitly to sell any spirituous liquors to iu. liver aid kidneys, in pulmonary affections and also Tax Ass'r and Col. for Jefferson Coutilr.. BRITISH FRENCH GERMAN I ITALIAN I' are the f following : I\I which henllh.m.ght render them the AGK.NTS of Dueaicn.i ip-.al
AND INDIA GOODS
embracing article.sta-
: dents, workmen, servants, apprentices, or pri. in the purification of the blood &c. That your October 27. I l'19. -123m pIe or fancy, usually sold in this market.every The facilities SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS D RES- Cut Whai iel- soldiers. I merit in Ihe introduction of this invaluable plant he TOKATIVE BITTERS, j i In; coinfwr-iuvrly of nied.cine of d. ea'e! 11IsPtIXII* *rI
...: tate may be appreciated, is the sincere wish of Sale of Negroes in Chancery. which now possesses forkeepingon hand j( Designed for, and trill cure. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint I of sotiw evpenence W cook ant! *eiv r iv even a rnrannMi 4.'eDiieaL
a constant supply of new and desirable goods, en- j How mi'ch nvire iiaporunt is it inal the f isons wbo a.a>
Yours sincerely, R. II. WINSLOW. a Decree in Equity( mad.- on the 30th of hIPS him to oiler much greater inducements (la his Pile, "Scrofula Jaundice-and all kindred BlUclure medicine deigned l'r
I.. The Itloom of Age.-A good woman naver %$- Pamphlet* containing a description of Call UNDER r. in the Circuit Court for the County of friemUand the public both in prices and assortment i I{ diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure WEaK STOMACHS AKD ENTT-XBIKD STSTXSS,

grows old. Yt'a6 my piss; over her head, fornia together with interesting information in relation Leon, State of Florida, I will offer at public sale before than heretofore. These, with strict attention lo business I slate of blood. I shonld now well tbe nwi.e.i\ pr>ipertie, uf pUau. tif es;
the CA illl remarkable DR. HULL'S WORM I Hunner >f sscur.n" and riHirentmnnc their he.t.rf ,Ifl"fI.al.o
but if Mid virtue in her to CHA LAGUA. efficacy the Court House in Tallahassee within LOZENGES
: benevolence dWt1 legal he hopes will receive for him a liberal shareof an eIiemse kaweue st the vInti: *dMC534 It Nt
: heart she is cheerful when spring of, and cure*, are GIVEN AWAY at the AGENCIES.Sold hour, on Monday, :3d of December next: the following pationage. All orders promptly! executed, andeVl'f The safest, most effectual and pleasant preparation the human syni.i4 bow to adapt rrmete, ti,tbe.e 4j1e.
\ ,
a a by LEWIS & AMES, Negro Slaves, viz : effort made to give satisfaction. The before the public (or Ihe eradication of WORMS in It i* to rrel iriuii* npunIm iinloniuinic. 1.1 p..u> bani
life first( opened to her ,.i.w. When we look I Agents, Tallahassee Florida. undersigned Children or Adults. wonoded humanity to kin: ("" 5
renali and her three children
.
Mary Saraband will also make .
i
purchasecotton liberal ,.
or restore heilttt and bl'Kuu, and -rI'M lay emr>e : : upon a good woman, we never think of her age ; October G. 1S49. 39 Cm her four children, Dick and Eve. advances shipments to his friends in New York.S. HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, ken and to frtmsh iniirniitv that oJ| >!>R..1'5'I H TWI5KvD

S : the looks 8 charming a when the rose of This sale is made to provide for the payinent of ... BURNEY. Will PREVENT Consumption and CURE all cases cf f has HJCGI1T and KUI'.NU' lie Oppuititnzt.J ntrioHj 5> 5055.bis

; youth bloomed oti her cbe -k. That rnse P. P. LEWIS, certain amounts specified in said decree,and the balance September 15, ISt9. 36 Colds, Asthma,Spitting of Blond Pains in the Side, j Grand Universal Concentrated
it In SM O OJ'J ro '7j7] for division between the heirs at law of Josiah Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Coin-
.. not faded yet- wi never fad. her ( i Remedy
.. th* is the liff and delight. In her HAVING determined to change his location from and Ann Pendarvis, deceased. HEAD QUARTERS,2n BRIGADE, liT Dir. F. M. > pilinl'A I within the refteh,and,tn the knukdi.i of a!! whn need it ttuit
family ', Ga. to Tallahassee, Fla., would The terms of the sale arc Ca..",and purchasers to Quincy October 10, 1919. ) Lfto- j they uuy learn and kiww. by f>\ln' r< *feoce. Its
<, neighborhood she is th! friend and benefactor. rc'prrKullv tender liii professional services to the pay for bills of sale. General Orders, No. a. DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, i j Irnmceitdeiit Power to lien

: In the church, the !"(lt\nnhipprand citizens of this ami the surrounding country. Hewill BENJ. F. WHITNER, 1ST. The several Regiment of the 2d Brigade will Well known as a Safe. Certain and Effectual Cure j Sold wholesale and retail
4 for Fever by
the exerrphry Christian. Who does not res visit Monticello Madison and Thomas*ille, November 3, IF"!. 43 Master in Chancery. en.ble on their respective parade grounds for all other and Fevers.Ague, Chills and Fever Intermittentand SKILLMAN & CO..
THOMPSON.
Price
..' and love who has passed her Ga., where lie will be prepared to practice his pro- review, inspection, and drill, at the time and places reduced to Seventy-fee
peel til "om'w I 'ession in all its various!branches. hoping horn $25 Reward. hereinafter specified viz : Cents per Box. 102: Nassau street, New York.

-. f-;: days in acts kindtess: and int'rcy--who years experience in the science to be able to give many entire Q_ T) UNA WAY from the subscriber sometime Filth Regiment, in Quincy December Sth. The ahoe Medicines, fresh and genuine are for And by LEWIS & )ILS.

; .': .. has been the friend of man and God--whose at il action. All operations will be warranted. J.X during (he month of February la4a negro Sixth Regiment, in Tallahassee, December 1st. sale by LEWIS & AMES Tallahasire.;

.. ) whole life has been a cene of kindness and Ladif's'oIilld on at their residence. girl named SYLVIA, of dark complexion .Seventh Regiment i Monticello, November 2 Ith. Tallahassee, Fa. Agents,

love a devotion to truth and religion ? We Ilrl'1'tlltr.-Dr D. A. Brandon, A. W. Preston, Ubout ve't't'I.' five or six inches high thin 1st Battalion Eighth Regiment, at Madison C. II., For certificates of recommendation, and other information April 21, 1S- 9. 10-Ij

: V J S. S. Adams, J. II. Hill, Rev. P P. Smith, Thomas.v and spare made, and has red eyes. She is supposedto 20th November. concerning above Medicinessee future -Th
:t';.: repeat-such a woman cannot prow old. She ill 1 e. be lurking around Tallahassee, and is no doubt 2d Battalion, Eighth Regiment, at Jasper, 17lh No adverti'
.::: \vill always be fresh and buoyant in spirits, and Dis. W. J. Brinson and J. H. Pope,Madison Court often i in the city of evening among I he it ee ne roe". vember. of the Agents. substantial, and cheap EhelJiiuHJ'11' ? '

". t.; active in numble deeds of mercy and benevolencc. I JOU:6fO. Her husband, when she left, was R. Hayward' boy Battalion attached to Sixth Regiment,.in Newport, March lSlS.I. 35 i! VJ all kinds done at (Ihe Shop near my SUblc. w

t.. Ifihe youmg lady desires to retain ihe COOffice at Mrs. J. L. Dermll/i. Henry, on I the Treadvvell place and it if supposedthat November 27th. Drugs Medicines copied last sear by Miller & Kmkaw.

.'t t''. bloom and 'beauty of youth, jet her love truthS October 13. 184!. 40 Cm she has got him .f"I. 2<. The commissioned and non-commissioned offi.C &c. January 20, 1519. 3 A. AFISHES..
The above reward will be paid for her ( wilL assemble m the ------
apprehension parade ground* of their ---
-t..i ; and virtue ; and to the close nf life she will retain THE GALPIN HOUSE. and delivery lo William Johnsonon Lake Jack- respective Regiments Ihe day before the review. at EDWARD BARNARD, JR., S. S. Knight

I '1 those feelings which now make life appear NEWNANSVILLE FLORIDA. son. -V. V. SKREINE. 10 o'clock A. M., armed and\ equipped according to HAS received, by the late arrivals, a "

)r a garden uf sweets, ever fresh and ever new. I October 20, 149. 41 If law, for drill and instruction., I addition to his slock of GENUINE WILL continue business at hi* old stsd, '*"
public are inlormedthallbe" GAL- wait such cf his friends a' .
t I t- 3d. The reimenlalline be formed preciselyat DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of hopes to on
1 MTHE! 'e"is now op>'ned for the reception I "Now Opening"LDlES" half past 11 o'clock. A.M. which are of good quality, low far Cash. heretofore extended soliberiita paUcnafer.rcir'14"in

? Serious Acc t .-The Savannah Repub. and Travellers, and they may 4th. The Brigade Staff will report for duty at the Also, on hand a general assortment of (the follow ? that alt shall have good articles at rear pnictS-

,'f lican Wednesday says : Mr. Barnard E. rest assured there will be no pains upared in making latest slyle black Silk Vistls black and parade grounds of the several Regiments of the 2d ing which are warranted genuine, viz : April 23.1SJ9. H
them comfortable as far as in the power of the Pro. Satin for ladies dresses, superior embroideied Brigade.Sth. HouckV Panecea

:if"' Bee, clerk to Messer Cohens & Hertz, fell prietor to do tio. Ills stable are new and in first l Swiss parly dresses,superior embroidered colored The commanding officers of Regiments (ture, Wistar's Balsam, Rowan.J'lIlmpro1'ed of Wild Cherry Brandretri'n Tonic Mix Pure Sulphate Quinine.

-1 through a trap door in the fourth story of their rate older, and a first rate oilier always in atten. S\\'i,. dresses, tto;>erior while dulled Muslin, charged with the extension 01 this order. are Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic' Camphor lIE subscribers have on hand two hundred ana

:t store on Tuetdiy evening and but ftr a cov. lance. rich Ribbons bonnet Ribbons silk ,Buttons black and Jilack mourning bonnet By orderof A. K. ALLISONY Bri!. Gen. Com'g. Worm Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland's T fifty ounces ol Sulphate of Qalnine.wbicb tnt.?
the first floor he would :c. B. Private apartmentalwavfurnished forlarfies. fancy .Gitop -velvet J. H. Vcnoirn Celebrated $
": ,. er'n" of board* on un. : (trimming Ribbons. Adjutant Gvneral. Feverand Ague Remedy,Lucenia Cordial, have obtained direct from the manufacturers

4. 1*. douMedly have lost his life. In his fall he Newnanville.. Jon, 2:1. 1949.CEO.-1\1 25! GALPIN Proprietor Ju,t received per schooner Vincent from New October 20, HU1. 41 71 Thompson's Eye Water McMnnns Elixir of Opium they will warrant it to be a superior articlXVe *-,.-v* ,j_
Sands aa
i. .. I paused Ihrmigii two floors the ahird with such York, and for sale I.y S. F. BURNEY. Sarsaparilla. Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, have enlarged our stock of Drug
"t" ( and struck BBLS.SI. Louis Flour September 29,1S49) SS Tin Manufactory. Tyler's ditto, Gordon's Billions and Anti-Dyspeptlr. cines bv recent ariivat->, and are prepared to ftr .
'
entire.
boarU
." frrcfl as to break the 24 Pills Beckwith's it articles in line at wholesale or ret
,
w., S : 20 bblt. Cincinnati Flour Antf-Dyspeptie Pills, Peters' and orders >r our
r.:' Iv ifi*, lit that he fell dwn lo the I lower floor. 30( Whiskey, > 1 fPIECES DUNDEE BAGGING, HAVING engager tofu additional all workmen, we are Spencer's Pills, and is Agent for S. P,'Town end'. en the most acccumcdatinz terras. .
orders in te
1 \ Ho w.w runn-d! an J m ich.hurt, but no bones 8000 I Ibs.Bacon Sues, 1U 10 do Kentucky do prompt and satisfactory manner. All our order line-in a celebrated Sarsaparilla in quart bottles at $1 t per We have also a few accent*yet doe (to = .c i .
.
from ll
were Tmiken, and yesterday ho WAS *o comfortable 20)0 I Ibs. Shoulders, ]IO SOO lb*. Hams. For Sa1e low hy 3-4 Domestics 4.4 do.' liberal discount A pure CUrie or Lemon Acid far pre'erable! for I lime but if the whole ci-uld! be paid shonIvit! 5iCU
\ that he !i. given rnercha,
lo induce the belief nut to : ;fs and dealer
as S. S. KNIGHT. Just received and for sale by T iick or ordin3rY use titan (that usually sold, London far towards liqnidatingcertain r *

serIously injured. July ;tblH. 27 October C, 1849. 39 S. S. KNIGHT. June 9, 1849. 53 WHITE& CO. Porter, &.C., $ic.JunelOl5IS.. LE' IS

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