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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 8, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL From Chambeit1 Edinlvrg Journal. had published more music, bad and go than room seemed tenanted by myriads of infernal {FOR THE FLORICIA: ..JoOHJCAt.] feting +Iic'< of the marc* told too plainly( what .

It rU.l-I IfED: EVERY c.TORDAt.TRRMs Till SONG AND THE SINGER. a musician could have played in a limf I and deformed heing Then[ again he closed A ,, .Raoo, Florida. would be the issue of I he race.

--"' -'- It was during the early days of the ;great You have something new, then, citoyen his- eyes, and sof stealing in upon Qar i When the horns carne through t the polls,

_ : Hevolution of 17S9, in the year 1792, when H said Dupont after the usual preliminaries, and him. shots ed happy visions of his youth, :\FS3RS.: EDITORS :There nrc few things there was a long gap I between them, and Ibo "

THREE DOLLAR per annum, if paid in advance. young officer in delicate health look up his after apologising to a lady within his olct for of his mother, of! love, hope, and joy ; of green afford me more real gratification than anoccasional judges, after consulting together dpcided.l'Wtnfi .lie.
THRCE AND A HALF, if paid within fix inontlif. leaving her a while As fields and the brooks which had inlerminlJnr with that class of our and one and
FOUR DOLLAR, if not paid until the end oflhejcar.STheM t quarters in the city Marseilles for the six my is precious murmuring\ fellow llundrec f tyfeet'in
months of his leave of absence It seemed pray play it at once, and sing it if you first revealed melody unto his soul : and the citizfns fellow creatures who are" pony,and : money 'tU of coarse I

terms discontinued will be rigidly until all adhered arrearage-fare to, and strange retrement fur a young man, for in will.' The young man sat himself at the young man thought that death must be come, invidiously) distinguished as "the common. passed over to white hat. The judges' riders

no paid paptrwillb, unl M at*the option 01! the publishers. but the town he knew no one, and the depth of harpsichor which adorned the shop, and began and that he was on the threshold of a better by Ihlse who assume to occupy a higher posi.tion and all, now went back to the starting pint

Briber will be received for three months at One winter Marseilles was no tempting residence. once the 'Song of ihe Army of f the world.! in the scalp) of being. The lone of honesty and hating dressed and saddled up, the

Dollar-fix months at ct 1 :0'ery older. (tar the The officer lived in a garret looking out Rhine.' The music-publisher listened with But an awful shout, a tremendous clamor, and good C.plng. the found among this of the cream m ire, mounting into his saddle,

paper out of this county roust be accompanied with the fctreet which had for its sole furniture upon the knowing air of one who is not to he d *. burst on his car : thousand voices roar be. class of men, commons," is aucb a* we and turning himself( half round to look at the
a
the cub unless the order cornea through any of our served R meet with in the higher circles and
and shook his head as tho neath his window. Tae[ starts rarely remarked, with a changed facts
regularly authorised agents in the State.ADVKnTISKMKNTS harpsichord,a bed, a table, and a chair. Lit. composer young man pony very
tie but ever entered that ended. from his drcim : what is this he hears ? their conduct often-times gives abundant manifestation and subdued !voice .Gentleme Til be d.- dif t
paper apartment
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i iAn of the christian virtues of
Rough-crude-but clever. homely that hone suck r'
where food and fuel( both were scarce and Young man, aint a
; acmes ritovens, I
Will b. inserted at the rate of One Dollarpt'uqur.re I yet the young man generally remained indoors you will, I doubt not, do something rood ont Formez vos biUillons: &c hospitality and charity, far exceeding that of The crowd, returning to the village took i

or twelve lines for the first,and fifty cents for each all day assiduously writing or rather of these days ; but at present, I am sorry to their mo-e polished! ((7)) superiors. It is forth another drink "all round!," and dismissed
reasonable deduction ell'ris What is this ? he cries. My song of lessons of true wisdom to bo learnt from uJ '
A
finish
suSieauent insertion. dotting something on an say, your want po1 The a better knozlc ge -he unmistakeable:
will be made on legal notices, estate notices yearIt paper occupationhe the Rhine an unconstrained intercourse with such men, of
alternated with music. singer roe, and bowing, left shop, despairat a quarter horse. I am sorry to scythe ,
notices without alteration, by persons havingregular [He listens. A beautiful and clear voice is P"1 m
with the idea of kindness
his impressing me more
with the ot1 ce. Thus passed months. The heart. He had not a anus !i. .h' world: after winning another race, was snagged ;
accounts many young singing it is and then the terrible
All announcements of candidates for office, rive man thinner and paler, and his leave of his rent was in arrear : he knew not how to : stihilsnn., towards human nature as it comes fresh from died ot I the wound. The cream mare has net d
attention grew chors is lakPI up the people! ; and the the hand of the Great Architect that I avail
advance. ,
in o dine that by
DOLLAR*-invariably absence: appeared likely to bring noconvales.ccncc. evening, unless, indeed, his rnothei been! known since a a race nag. Asl I laim
will be to order for announcement,unl 1I poor composers first wish is O'ained-he feels myself of to make one f t
paid
any But he was handsome came again to his aid-an aid he was very frequent opportunities great lover of that noble animal, the hns
with the cash. : interesting, that he is famous. "
accompanied in ihe midst of their "gatherings! enjoyingand
Alt religious, marriage; and obituary notices published despite his sallow }hue. Long hair, full beam unwilling to receive. His soul repugnedfrom Hut is dying choked, stifled with char you rnav know me 3 PHILIP.
gratuitously; hut editorial notices for pri. ing that of and it, for he had parted from her in anger. tIt < giving in return my mi of pleasure.It
eyes spoke intelligence, even coal.
He lies sensle.ss his bed MAN AXDTHESJJL.BV .
advertisements.JOB fainting on ; t
vats btotfit, will be charged\ frankness of all His mother was a Royalist, he was a Republican was on an occasion Ofoneoftbese"path.Bring .
genius,
manner, prepossessedin but
lie
rises ,
hope 31.
OCIZOT
his favor and I and she had said bitter things to him at andjmygivehim strength. ut or near the door of a neat little
many a smile and look of falls rather rhnn dait the his Late Prime Minister France.
room, of
WORK. across
purling. But most of all the felt drinking, establishment: in one of our villages. .
kindness came to him (from beautiful: eyes that composer sword in hand. One blow shivers the Moveab'e! : or capital:
such
Work ,
well to execute Job panes property may pro-
W are prepared one thing : the world would never be able to that I chanced to be present, when some excitement
ft bills.card blanks, pamphlet, tc., with neatsett he noticed not nor cared to notice. In fact he : of Ii. window to atoms ; the broken glays curt a man all advantages of wealth!: ; but property
I him be able from that close
decide the fact
judge never lo if he hador arose a stout,
and despatch. All work of this description, rarely went out I but at night, and then to lets in ihe cool tea-breeze and the splendid in land! gives him much more than this.It .
had not merit and this the bitterest ly-knit little! fellow rode on a tail cream
accounts with ; was
except for persons having yearly walk down by the booming sea, which made Both up gives him in the
song. give life lo the man ; and :a place domain of the worldit
be Or delivery.Business grief of all. young with black and tail, and wore
the office, must t paid on mane
a kind of music he seemed lo love. So.nc- when Claudine entered the the mart unites his life with :the life that '
That day wan in llt.- room composer that she could .beat nn on the hill a :limalt
-- -' I timcs, it is true, he would hang about the theatre spent moody thot was able to stag!. In ten minutes he had' } nag I all I creation. Money i is an* instrument" by ,
The and of his I of mile for from a gallonof
evening came no sign again quarter a any thing
Carts, '(. door when opt'ras't'l e about to be placed, supprd in the porter's loage, dressed, and come which mm ran procure the saiNfitclion; of hU

and look with longing oje within ; but he secret friend, whether mother or unknown !jj out, to be borne in triumph I back to the theatre, liquor up to ten dollars. wants and desires. Landed! propertyis i tho
sympathiser. Towards the of This challenge, of course
R. H. BERRY Auctioneer. never entered : cither his or his inclination night pangs ex'ravagant establishment
pure where that liht he heard, amid renewed ap. ofman a* sovereign in the miJ;tofn1tlre.
hunger became intolerable, and after mnner. checked for a moment the lau:h and the joke
failed But he
him.
"" examinell.wilh l
always plaust! *, his glorious song sung between every It satisfies not only his wants and
ILLS DATS-WEUXKSJJAY'S AND SATURDAY'S. care the name of the piece and its author I ous parleys with himself the young man ask act, and each t time gaining renewed lau of the crowd and every eye was: immediately his I.tirrs.! but it tastes deeply in his nature.
and then walked I his with a IIp:1'.v: pirc'l. His turned towards the animal whose rider was I
away to the seashore, I centetlu rom rels. For his il creates that donostie! called
/ /10PARTXF.USH1P. sub+Clihf'rs have form muse and meditate.Shortly I Ito eye was wild, his cheek pale, his whole: mien I ,thus vaunting: her qualities: as a race mare. family)
; Ten later L'IsIe! home, the
and !
d.tys : al
Rotigetde was mir- living sympathies:
V-X .d a copartnership, under Ihe firm of BEKIxV t !unearthly. As he passed the door of his I i. Se"er1 of the most "knowing ones" began; al
after h.s
arrival In Marseilles he ,
ricd : future and
conduct the .iurtiM arid Germ n! to Claulill, lie prima coina: of Marseilles : I i Ilhe hopes projects which people ire
R0IV L}:s. to lodge, time concierge him a ticket for the to walk slowly round the mare, discussing, in
Cumminion Biuinttt ; and will give their prompt visited one after another, all the mmic-"(lIer I gave ; and the young composer, in gratitude to And whilst property in land i fs mr consonant
who under-ton the various in
attention 10 all bu.inesieattu.tcd to them.R. and publishers in the town with a bundle of: Opera signed Dupont, was manager her and her countrymen, name : a mysterious points than any other IIJ the nature of rn in. it also affords .
the claJgdlhe her form that
of l theatre. assurance of the danger to
II. BElU Y. gave
manuscripts in his hand ; but his receptionwas of his sou;,, and called it by the lam it is. a liiJ of nclivity: the most favorable! to
be incurred the be
'Go who would rash
J. J. ROWLES. I : said the in a low by man
composer
apparently not u>ry favorable, for he left 1 thsel still known bj-The Marseillaise !' his m'lra! .\'Joppmnr-thp! most suited to in.
TVilahasiee, November 1 1. 1S4!! 43 the
husky he went &!;ails. enough to challenge so
accept
them all with frowning( tire and Mill with his :'I "I confidently) spire a ju't sentiment of his nature and his
thrown
ALEX. C. MORTON, I bundle of manlJ CI iptto. Some had detained ;I i Having gained the the unhappy and out. powers. In almost all the other: trades andprofessions
I ri4 guide man sat silent and motionlessfor : : Tho late James C. Folk. Amonthose;, who were muting! examination
I him lime if the value of young 1
ATTOHMSY j.j A'I7.And a long as estimating whether commercial! 0:scientific,
I some hours, until at length despair, The [ James Buchanan visited of the mare, I noticed a tall, stoopshoaldered : -
the recently
he
offered for sale but these lulgt'r.
goods were I lun success to
; depend himself
Commuiioncr of Deeds for the States of and his ( visions had I uncoulh-looking "cn'tnmer" with a :appears solely upon
no mote than the others to the dreamy every ('al'l i where !Ii2 received with thf disk hi
tempted try I Pittsburgh was talents, aMressprtiJncearrl; .
vigilance.In
Tennessee, Florda, and Jlhii t.iPIi) and broad brimmM white hat his
from
good thought his head', :and lhn he .lp't over eye,
saleable character: of i
COLt: fBel, G FORG1 A. -) the commodity. The ; dared I |I tinciioa: due to his high; character.: In reply turn himself! the where he in agricultural life, man is constantly in the
f-OrflCt.AT 1 house he lodged in had attached it a large quietly) proceed to car out his dirailful I Iundiiesperate upon log sat, just of God and of his t
TILL trice laiihful attention to such buine"sarnav !" inter.t. He closed the '! I to the address of reception, Mr. H. paid front of the *: grocery," and from under his hat \ presence power. .ctiviIY.
\ .nJ'n. : of the : the carefully j .
IJy KMmission' Imidlord talent and
( vigilance,
prudence
\ le entrusted to him, in the Courtsol the are
take unobserved but of
!
stuffed his ; the and an strict the
( scrutiny
wmdo\ mattress the I following just compliment
Often selected it for his up chimney' generous here elsewhere 1
Cluttahonchec Circuit, nt-orgi, cmpo"l'd ol theJ dung man evening I a to the success of his labors
Counties nf Miiscogee, ll.iris Talbot. Stewart and i walks and, despite the cold would sometimes and with paperstopp d every aperture when 'j Ii' I to ihe late Mr. Polk! of whose abe! and distinguished racc-nnre before him.I I but they are no less insufficient than they are
Marion and the Counties of Russell, Macon and air could enter. Then he drew forth from j I perceive!, from the expression of his countenance
; in tit and muse in a rude and faded bower undera cabinet he formed a girt : necessary.;; is i God who rules the seasons
Alabama. his charcoal that after a short and hurried : I
JJailiour and
parcel : a burner, hnJ lit k.-- survey
wall at one of the gables. Here he wouldpccasinnallyeven and! the t the
August IS. ISJ'J. 32-Cm Thus had this wretched man determined: lo My I connexion with the administration: ofMr. of her "parls," his mind had arrived at some rnp'rJ.turp.lh sun. rain and allthose i

sinj, in n low tone, some end his sufferings. He had modi las! ef 'I J Pulk, to which you have referred, will very atisf1cln conclusion, and so I determined t phenomena of : ,which determine
LEWIS & AMES, 01 his own compositions. It happened once CHIP } I the success or failure of the labors of man on
be. to of heartfelt sitisfic- to his after conduct.
and me
in that disnvil ever a source closely
solitary,
,
iiKAi.rns IN or twice that when he did so, a female had cJt. loW garret the soil which cultivates. There( is no pride
Horn window laid him down to die : and poverty and j lion. I can truly say, that he was himself the time these various examinations i
protruded above him During which resist this
a seeming can dependence address
,
OILS no
PAINTS
ImeGSfIDlCJIS, ,
,
to listen The at noticed misery, genius and death, were huddled closetogether. ; the leading and I g lid.ng spirit of the calinft. were going on, and these serious expressionsof which: it. Nor
young man length can is it sentirrvMit .
escape only a
Toilet Articles Perfumery it. Window Class With abilities of order he united
this. a superior opinion were being uttered thereupon, ihe of humility. as to his his

f AINTER*' BRCkHr.S AND COLORS, Pardon, lady,' said he one evening ; perhaps Meanwhile, amid a blaze! of light, the evening's ind'xnitablfi energy, and untiring persever rider first mentioned was turning his:mare into destiny which is thus inculcated power over own
itssVarc, &c.TliKabovr had allce.hllevrr: he determined to do, he upon man ;
Apothecaries' I ; amusement Ieguu at the theatre. every possible position Sornetirn 'S ho woui'Jgallop he learns aUo and
di"tllJ tranquility patience.: He
constant! hand,and for sale at the lOu1 A from I bt dill I it wiih; all his might. He was the most
} on Not at all, replied I : 'I nm fond of n.wfpera Pant was to played, and tf, as if satisfied that no race could be I cannot flitter himself! that the most ingenious m
ket pricett. the prima donna was the and laborious mm I have ever known ; and hU that crowd, and after a short absence
young lovely
LEWIS & AMES.Tallahae music, very fond, and the airs you hum are gotten invention or the most restless actit'ilwiU insure .
worshipped Claudine, the Jenny hind of that Ilif was devoted, illfer, I might almost say: return lo his challenge again
:((, November 20. I 1S47. IS new to me. Pray, if not a rude question, renew ; 11"1 his success ; when he has done all that
whose are they ?' lime and place. The 1 house was crnwdej, c I.. fell a victim, to his labors and anxiety in wculd he dismount, and leading animal! depends upon hire for tie: cultivation and j fertilization
11IO.V Tow!.:. MSHA P. PAPV and the act succeeding, all service of his country. \Olc: that an round in circle the
beyond expectation a enlarge
Citoyen, he answered diffidently, they frt sm,1 upon possession of the soil he mist wait with re!;".
TOWLE & PAPY, arc my own' thp audience were in es'acy. All-wise but Mysteiious J Providence had spared of tncoii and mt?ce that constitutedher .t nation. The more profoundly! examine.

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 'Indeed !' cried the lady with animation ; 'She is a j jewel !I'sai'J M. Dtipont, who, him a few years longer to witness the effects "the quarter nag 0: the hill.! At the situa'ion: in hick man is placed! by the 1
from a private hOI, admired of the mcasuie.1 of his administration: :: t the period of of his from
great one dismounting
formed an association for the Practice 'and ion have never puMised them ?l' tt stipportcr possession and cultivation! of the soil, the more .
HAVING. will attend the several Courts of the 'I shall never try-again,' he murmured, of his theatre. A roar of applause, firm !! .\ ,very brief period will serve to dispel the the thirsty effecl. of his m'Jch talking.71 suppose do we di'co\'er how rich It is i in salutary lessons .

Middle Circuit i-f Florida, and in the District Court uttering (the last word in a low and despairing lh, pit delighted at this instant the good nrin'b 'I mists of prejudice which now hangover his it was proposed that the crowdtake to his reason, and benign influences on l
of the U. S *t Tallahasce. All bminesi entiustt-d and I venture to I that the "
,
predict
policy :
Claudine called before day:
ears. Ihe curtain wet, which agreed to on all
to their rare will receive prompt attention. tone, which, however, reached the ears of the something was his e'lJ.racter.1 en do not anali ze there facts,
L 03Officein the Capitol. young woman. was bowing lo the audiance. Hut what: iti j is not far distant, when the American p olll hands: and in they went for the purpose, one but they have an instinctive sentiment of them i

February J i7,1 43. 7 Jood-night ciloycn,' said she, and she this ? II"ttad of going off she has just signed I!i without distinction of p.irty, wIl do only being I left oil the outside to hold the race which powerfully contributes! to that peculiar

closed her window. The composer sighed, to the orchestra ((0 play. She is about io[ his memory, and award a niche in the rware'till he could be relieved IV the command respect in which they hold in land
MEDICAL NOTICE. her gratitude to the audience in veise temple of f fame, among the wise t and best ol .to fire and fall back." I the man property
rose and went out to take his usual walk by flOW ohened and to the preponderance which that kind of
rubs his hands and his predecessors. I shall ever regard the with the white hat after he had taken his '
Dr. Charles T. DarbyE3PICTI'CLL1'announces the sea.beach ; there, before the grandeur and Dupont repeals twice j property enjoys over every other. This .
between his teeth, 'She is a !' Hut part which I acted in his adminiMnilion, in drink, make his with a rather preponderance
to the public in .n-1 sublimity of the ocean, and amid the murmur jewel way !stealthy I is a natural legitimate and salutary i
R with ease and rapidity the hand has conjunction w'th my eminent and patriotic motion, from the part of the counter where he
emit that he ha* perman'ntlvlocated himself in I j lofts bellowing wares, to forget the cares of commenced fret which, especially in a great country
M.intK U(. Florida, and will be found at all times, I(i his poverty, and his crushed vision playing an unknown air and the next in. colleague', a I the proudest and most useful: had drank to that occupied by the !loquacious I society at large has strong interest r

unless ,irole!sionilly: enjazeJ. Strict attention will of glory and renown-the daydream of all i isuperior I slant M. Dupont is standing up with a strange periodof my lib.CORRECT. owner of the mare ; and hl'rl squeezing himself I and respecting." recognizing i

be paid to all piolcssional calls. minds-a dream far oftener and wild look. Hushed and still was every uf lirough! ;; the crowd that, like bees, had"settliti"
May :. I'49. IS a puiiii-h-
I
men! than a reward ; for of those who sigh breath : the audience looked at each other : I SPEAKING.We where the most noise was, he re- THE HORSE. j

GEO. W. UUTCHINS l I for fame, few indeed are successful. not I word of communication lakes place : advise all yoing! people to acquire" in mark J,in a most unobtrusive' t manner, "That's.I Thtt size, position and motion of the ears of

I Sea rely had he left the house, than a lady, men shudder, o rather tremble with emotion. early life the Labit of tiding g"udlllll! :c, a fine marc of" }-our n. stranger." "She aintnothing a horse an important points. Those lather

AUCTIONEER habited il cloak and hood, entered it ; and But Ihe frt stanza is ended ; and then a both speaking and writing, and to abandon a* I else, said t the quarte.r-race nun in sm'JlIlhan large, placed not too far apart, erect !

TJLLin.iSSEE, FL.1. after a somewhat lengthened conference with frantic a Marling of all to (heir feet, u early as possible the use of slang words antiphrases. reply. I expect she i hard to beat t a quarter and quick in motion indicate both breedingand

REFER TO i his concicryc, ascended to his room, and) re. wild shriek of delight, a cry of a thousand 1 I The longer they live the more difficult ,"continued white enquiringly.!)'. "That's. spirit ; and ifu horse- is in the frequent h i?

Messrs. J H. BOND, J. W. ARGVX.C, D. C. WILSON, I mained there about an hour. At the end of voices thundering the chorus, show how the the of such language w I! : a kind lt knowledge people generally has to habit of carrying one ear forward, and the k

F. H. Fuco.T.J. Hor>*o\ and J. T. A RCi IR. that lime she vanished. It was midnight song has electrified them. I and if aCClisitiol golden of youth-the I p pay for, answered the little man, h ant the other backward, and especially if he does soOn
age properseason
March 10.1SJ9. 10 I M. Duponl frowned, for the air and the I "best to find out is for some of to tr
when (he composer retured. He entered I fur the acquisition' of language-be way: you ) r.journey he will generally possess both

: J. L. SHIELD, M. ). J. *. BON, H. l. with the Cerberus of the lodge Lp.n song were not new to him : it \\1 the Song parsed in its abu-e, the victim of her a jump or Iwo ; and after it's over, if spirit and continuance. The stretching: of the-
un"tunatt
:: dilcullj ascended lo his wretched room of the Army of the Rhine' he had refused that neglected education is verjprobably doomed don't fn'I sand in your eyes, I'll pay for the ears in contrary dirction shows that he ii attcntive t

Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, He had left it littered and dirty, without light, morning But Claudine proceeds : again the to talk slang for life. Money is not necessary schooling.! "'el," said white ha, I've ; to every thin:; that is pain around

H: \VING associated themselves together in the fire, or food. To his surprise a( .. audience is hushed in deathlike silence ; I to procure this education. Every man has it got no race myself but that: little pony him, and while he is doing this he cannot be
of MfdiriiiP, &Jic.. 'heerrulllazt" while the musicians, roused to an unusual degree hitched! to black! jack, and he.'g been heatso much
practice Surgery ofler their sect its rays)Jt'nt'atl the door. opened in his power. Hn has merely to use the you fatigued, nor likely soon to IJt>corn? so.- ,
service.' In the citizens of Quiucy and the surround not without a1am, and found I"apartment of enthusiasm, played admirably ; and I-uigmge he reads instead of Ihe often that I !ot ibis hroad.brim'd hat a purpose It has been remarked that few horses sleep(

inc Q.inryt1 country u..t t 11 1'.HI. 31 neatly I ordered, a fire burning a lamp and on Claudine, sli singing with purity, slang wllicl hears, to form his taste from to keep the sand out of my eyes whenhe's without pointing one ear forward and the other .
._ feeling of her admirable voice, behind. He can run about f fast enoughto backward
the table energy in order that
,
of receive
---- ------- a supper. 'I'heyoung man frowned, the popular speaker r, writers and poets the they may
Thomas Jeff. Heir plunged her into corner of the blow the brim down. However, if yon'ul notice of the
and looked sternly at the scene eyes every ; to treasure choice phrases in his approach of objects in any direction.
country up
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW \ ., dares thus insult my poveity 1 Is it house-in vain. At each couplet the enthusiasm and hahitirtle him'elfto their me- run three hundred yards, Il go you a five or When horses or mules march in company if t!!

WILL' piartice; in the Cur lit Count in each not enough that I am starving with cold and of the people became greater, the anxiely avoiding memory it the same time that pedantic precision 80,just for the fun of the thing; and if you'llwait at night those in front direct their ear

"\ of the Middle Circ jit, and in the Su- hunger, that I am rejected the woild as a of toe singer more illlt'nse.t lengthshe and bombast f, which bespeaks rather a little while, Il go and see if I can lor; ward ; those in the rear direct them backward .

.fall pre ne,..Court.... and United Stt11 Ii.tnct Court a useless and wretched thing, incap.Jlt') of wielding concluded, and never did applause more the wrdmls' of aain ambition, than the make: a raise." I'll wait:, of course," ; and those in the middle of the train -i t

Monticello, January 29, t IS4S. 28 i cither sword or pen, I, t I must be insult hearty, mora tremendous in re "lwuiol', polish of an educated mind. There is no slid ih1- little man, .Im in no great hurrFi \- turn them laterally or crosswise-the whole! 1ii
ed greet the voice of a public ffnsl \ dollars i3 i a pretty day's work, these thus to be actuated i
---- -- --- by charityFire, light, and food, all sent however low in rank, who nay not materially oo seeming by one feeling,
CARAWAY' SMITH,] [W. S. l ILwORTH to me by one \\ho knows my necessity !- excit.iblc population of lareic. seemed fan benefit his financial condition, by following hard: times, and get home by night." h \cl, which watches their general safely.The .

SMITH J & DJLWORTH.ATTORNEYS] ]. And yet who 1"0\s1? I'cihap my mothermay mad. this advice, and cultivating at( the same boys, there's a race made up" exchim't a ear of the horse i is one of the! most N

AT LAW have discovered When restored! Clau line bystander, as white hat left the "shop" in beautiful about him and few i
rny retreat.ho else "ihnce:1 spoke lime such morals and manners, as correspond parts by things .
MOXTICELLO, FLOUIDA. I could have acted thus 1 My mother, I bless _' Citoyens and cilojcnnes !' she ctclaimed, in character: with! gook words. search of"his stake. By pledging his prornissories i is the temper more surely indicated than by

thee both for your action and for respecting this song is both written all composed I bya -------- and by dint of the honesty of his its motion.: The ear i is m'rc intelligible! even i
July 7, 1S49. 27.
---- rny concealment 1 1' And the invalid officer young and unknown man, who has in vainsought lubber nf Gold .Dust.-It was ascertainedyesterday face, he soon raised the five, and the race wa I. than the eye, and a person accustomed to the !

A. E. MAXWELL, sat down to the first hearty falllc had eaten to put his compositions before the pub. that a heavy robbery of gold dust closed.: horse can tell by the expressive motion of that 1

ATiTOaNSV 9 AT LAW for weeks. lie had left home because his lie. Everybody has refused them. For r had been effected at some point 'between San The pony, a smallJrown bay. was unhitched organ: aim! ,$t all that he thinks or means.

JILL' attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir friends \holly disaJro'et of his making;; musica self I thought this the greatest musical efiorl Francisco and Phiaddphi\ Hiiltimore. from ihe off went the whole! When a horse lays 'his ears: flat back on his

cuit. ':;z J- Office over S. F. Durm'-,'* Store. profession, \ him lo employ his of modern lime : and as such I practised it to. Thp(facts as they to our knowledge Party some Iwo or three hundred yards out: of neck, he most a*.uredfy! is meditating, mischtff l

Tallahassee, Oct. 27, JSI'J. 42 leave of absence in learning another occupa. day ; and. unknown to manager or author I are these : Two Ilues lacomp gold dust were sent the village to see the race. As they weie go. t, and the ,bystander should beware'of his 1I

S. S. KN1h11T'nholtsale lion. His mother bo pressed him, that he and the band pn'parcc this surprise. Hut the from San Francisco to Messrs. Dewitt & Co, ing to the place agreed on as the track, heels or his teeth. In play the ears will be '

sa\no resource but a soldier's! last t chance author is not here. Poor and despairing, he of this city, and them forwarded lo Adams'. white hat would kick and cull his pony, cursing laid hard but notn t decMrtlfy nor so Jong-.-

k Retail Grorcr & Provision Dealer, a ictreat. For Iwo months no trace of the IK at home lamenting his unappreciated ef Express,-one to I)the Mint at Philadelphia, him for t lazy rascal, one wllil begging A quick: change! in their pojTtioi! : and rnre

TALLAHASSEn, H.OUIDA. fugitive had been seen-two mouths spent in forts It'lus awake him ; let him le\r and the other to Ualtimorc. On opening the some of those in company to up a pole particularly he 1 'expression of the eyes at lh'

{IFPS constantly on liand.anJofleis for sale at a vain effort? to make his* chosen career support the generous people of Marseilles) can understand box at the Mint, it was ascertained that about and heat him along; all of" which' so alanmvlhis t time, will distinguish between playfulness!

umall advance oncost, for cash, all the "tand. him ; and now, doubtless!, his mother had and( (feel great music. Coin, let all five hundred ounces of gold abstrac.ted friends that Ih'V used every means to dissuade 'I i't.

ard articles in his line. Flours fir approved oualities found him out, and had taken this deJicate1) who have hearts follow me, and chant the from one wf the inner tin hatllcPI 1)'C 3. which had him from thj race as there was no The hearing of the horse it remarkably: a-
-Suzjr*. Cotlei-s.! Teas, Baron Hams, Tusk
Soap, Candle. Lard, and all similar article*-together \\' of respecting his secrecy and punishing mighty song as we go.' And Claudine, stepping been boring a hole through the chance for the pony. White bat, however, cute. A Ibulliand '\'ilJr\tions of the air tai q

with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions, Nut*, : nooks the orchestra, landed in the pit, WOOlf efl'clPdllY n then with a chisel p rIJa- I kept as cool a his.horse, and went on his \a) slight to make any impression on the human rear

Raisins Fiijf Alinnnd and all other articleiufually. I I Next morning the young man: awoke withan : and, btrehcaded, light-dressed as she was, ling the tin box.aut In this way it was emptied steadily. are readily perceived by him. It is well i

found Store in iiiMarotablithment door above G. H. ; appetite unknown to him of lair. The rushed towards the door, 1,10wNIIy every of its contents. A telegraphic! dispalch was Arriving the track selected, and strippingtheir known lo every hunting man that time cry of

roe trtet.nex Meginnise'ca Mon generous f"o of the previous night had re. spectator and by the mlbicms, however received from Haltimoro. staling that about : horses s to the bridle, and themselves to I hound will l he f recognized by the horse, and

April2S.
btalc. Luckily, sufficient wine and bread and cap on the excited and generous young that box making over 10,000 at each end of the track,) (they mounted and and impatience, a considerable tlrnis before
dolars'Mtl
GEO. H. BESTVVICK, remained to satisfy) }his craving and then he songstress. in all. The patties Clrcrrnl city prepared lo start, which, alter a little twistingand the rider i is aware of the I least sound.-The"

Wholesale k Entail Groffrj"I: Provision Dealer, Bat down to think. All his efforts, to get his I ;oMeanwhile the composer's dreadful resolvewas huv joffered a reward of 83000: for the detec. turning for the advantage, they managedto horse ant his Rider.

TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. music sung, or played, or published, bad been : being carried out. The horrid fumes of( lion and conviction of the offenders, and 81000 effect very fairly. Tho pony, after being I Caracrr.-We of man's
in. a
7f..PSeonsantiy: 01 Ilar.f. and for wale at Ihe I watt(. Singers knew him not, publishers de. the charcoal: filled the room : soon they be. I for; the recovery}' of the gold dust. .An inres. stripped and having his bridle lied up, Iel'L character by what ho y loves ju-lge-*vt>at pleases

this.lowertcarhpticeeforcadiallthearticle linerbii.iaei!... t'IJr.orhe..t! ? in j; dated him unknown, and the public seemeddoomed gan to consume and exhaust the pure air, and Ilaiol: is being rat which. it is hoped will to wake up. and when ht cam to' the him. li''a per on nmnitesrs delight in low

Oiflee., Tcss Bacon HanlSnap.Candles o'lalidVj' ,Nuts, ,''Jar'l never to hear him, Ltculse: they nev.rr the wretched youth felt i\\\\ the pang of coming shu\at what particular point the robbery across the road, the starting point, where! the allll sordid! objects i -the vulgar song and .debasing .

sins. Lard, U'hitkey, and all other articles t<* had heard him ; a logical consequence very death. Hunger, exhaustion: and despair was effected, if it docs not I lead to the detec. word "go" was given, he sprang forward with language ; in the niifbrtune of his fellows !.

found in similar establishment, All person waul' injurious to young beginners in literature, l kindled, a kind of madness in his brain lion of the robber. a leap that brought terror to the backers of the or cni.ilty to animals, we may at once "

nectfully ing to pirchaseany invited to call of the and ttho\'c t article, II:>. poesy j music, and al the liberal arts. But wild shapes danced around him : his This robbery probably: give: else to the ru. cren tnare. At the commencement of the determine the complexion! of his character... ,. 1.
price them beeforeare buv. m:1n. he shot ahead of the and the for- :
he was determined have: one more ufan extensive which was cur. race, mare,
fan elsewucie. Ial- songs It'emec sung altogether by Clant.hU mgr forgery ; On the contrary, if he loves purity. mrxl stj.8
Store formerly occupied by L. is. II. Grecnberj; Having eaten, lIt crc"St'c and went I,)' voice, made their sound a punish. rent in Wall street yesterJ.iy. but which we liter they went the worse lIt got it fir her.- I truth: : if virtuous "pursuits engage his heart
t ('corner of Monroe and JefFerson direction of the and then the blasted authentic' source.A1. .-- The long, even to-tbe-grouml stride ofihe
.Irh'l| Citoyen Dupont, a went : atmosphere op. could- nut trace to any pOIJ'I'and draw out his "tf actious, ire mire iaU*-.
"CI ji:, fCI!, JI. and cjcellcnt who in his chest his Thimi his Journal or Cottrrvrcr IT/A in com i.m:titio? : with the short, hOJncl : ;
worthy man, day pcsing hit darkening ; ] tnJf.h tied thai he is an upright man. .





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THE FLORIDIAN) & JOURNAL[ arrangements are entitled to our commenda'lioa. i aLtaIasgccSLoriba : Gn Taylor J b h Neghb A Good Su est1oa. .Bg Tt ;fnC'A"lnt, .tlt7,.

,: .r -"- -. In r many o elections which bare The Editor of the Augusta Chronicle suggests 1 of the carzz da.

41 FirELISHCD EVERY SATURDAY, labliihed If i is understood old I bat a pcit is notr being ev R. B. HILTON & C. E. DYKE, ort during th present year, the tiro par- lo the people! of Georgia that afier paying C1LTc&t, .. 2", 9
at Fort Frasrr, in the fork of p. 1:1.
lies
BY HILTON A DYKE, I i Peas Creek, and that communications are being EDITOK AND FKCFKirTCKS. but exhibited unusual lukewannness.Evidence j debts and expenses out of the proceed of ., The steamer: Canada armed at HV&

To wbota all ro morncalion hood! b. sdde.ie.! i opt'ned'ilh Tampa'ia "boko Niklab. : of this has been presented in thefact : the cotton crop of I the.present year, that they I this morning with Liverpool dates in t ti! i jjv

----- and i December 8 1849.TALLUIISJHB I that the vote bu been less than There had been a further adTincs"of
direct. This post is about forty miles die Saturday, given I invest the remainder in Cotton Factories instead u

1:r1 Tern*-63 per annim In A4viic& iea I. from Tampa end about twenty miles i that ca: in the Presidential contest of 1543. on all descriptions of American Cotton oy

\$f __ ______ ___ ___- north of Cboko Niklab.! It i is the mist important -I COTTOX SI&vknr.-Dec. And Ibis has been one of the lame excuses- I of land and negroes. May we not commend the previous k'. quotations, aDd o,
"; ? 1 the sarns suggestion to the people of Islands the advance was 4 a |d.
1 in the cordon h' hz situated hit
,
of the
Correspondence ':: & JocrcaLTJSXPA pot 3
\ Prices
from with which has consoled itself forits
range 9J to 91| cents according Holders
Taloris at ibe close orthe
Florida ? week
this
instead of
-.t a short distance to the south-ca&t of the large By arrangement, trtK e.
.4),/P' FA., NOT. IS, 159. settlement i I to quality.! i: severe defeats. been said, though I and ibe trade "cli p.
j of! Hitcbapuckstssa. in tbe iirect _ I & I the present advance in cotton bringing about
: ,'i Mess!. EDITOS :- ,; route of Ihe Indians "b" frequent tbe region it be true that tbe Whigs bare every where natural The riles of Cotton for the weeklo50,970 amt
I it future decline
: about Like I : Co.\CKE met on Monday J hst. SV consequence, a by an bales: ; of which specoafc!
Tobopeksilija and to the eastward C -p suffered tbe Democratic >rs
There is nol a rumor, ibe orI yet, :aa vote 1or
ret'enes increase of
J Indians afloat upon jbject soulb of Like Monroe. It is aho! und"r t<>ad I I 1 3rn from tbe Macon Telegraph! of the 4thin ii not in le&s than that I production from an augmentation 30,990 ; Exporters 73U ; and the bali hI
among c ; at least none have larger- many cases I of I tbe trade.Whtre.
< I| that aauiber will be I force employed in its cultivation its effect II i
estab-
\: reached f po immediately &tanf, that the Hon. Linn Boyd of Ken ;
us. Troops are employed lo of Gen. Cass 'the! defeaj! of the is
npen ; I litbed at the cite of old: Fort Whigs net t would be still further Com,25 a 23.5; Y-Uotr.23
-: :t '11 the road from this place! to Cbrkoiklab..- Gardner, nearLike l lucky bad been selected! in caucus as the democratic the result! of dissatisfaction with Gen I to enhance tbe price by an Western dual I Flour 22 2-1.5 a 27 *-
Istngpnga! which is anoher: Indian any a a 26.
\ J The Fahion out. I enlarged demand on tbe of the manufacturers
teamer arrived here a part : -
ftdill
),.". : from New Orleans! with ,' 1 ft. It i it intended, in fid. that all tbi p-i>J* I candidate Speaker, and thai the Taylor's administration, and consequent r;- Con!!, hue advanced, closing a3j. 35} .

''f to ago tbe Quarter Master. a cargcofbnes of the cordon fchuil be established, and in fuli: ;: whig bad agreed to support the Hon. R. C. nurciation whiggery in behalf of democracy, I for the raw material to supply! a malti-: 9 J. :Money \ji* easy.

I c communication before the J I5h: of December tbrop of M sachusets: fur the same office tude cf new establishments. Wb.l avails! tbe The political news is unimportant
Tbe G
,l commanding -neral ha gone down 1 but i is owing to tbe fact that the Tajloriies: ,

\ ,. to CboUo! Niklab! and we hope soon to hear next, to be prepared for any reluctance! the f that on Monday three ballot took place wiib-! satisfied with the General (: prosent comparatively high price of our staple, -

; Indian I may miniiett to iiv.lloning! the dose I I I Laving placed I in u ,; if it is to attract such of labor its 'iEW' YORK
,that tbe Indians are intimidated, and willing out ucce ., when democrats Mr. an amount to NOT. 29, 6 .
dropped p.
'C tb ofEce have I
for into ind.fierence and I
ihrrn.
f :, to listen not only I lo reason, but to Ihe promptings prepared TJie"e arrangements w-e and look relapsed s: production as shall bring about another glut: The Cotton! market was active t
t. repeat, judicious, and the best 1 hit'1; Boyd up the Hon. How ell Cobb ofGeorgia. f I kept from the It is tbatlo 4.y, 'it,
of very pole. true
t: humanity partially cornm 10 the human away i sales
:n !
circumstances will admit ; and, when we The fourtt ballot resulted! for Cobb | oflhe market, to be followed by years of ruinou amounting lo 5000 bales, at m Or
race. Ray a candid: mind, this is unsatisfactory Fair Upland and
rca for Fair
very llf
.; : ,. The numVr' t that tve :ill believe the force iaiuflicient' weaniiouily j 104, 23. There | r.lIesd yet such we fear is destined of f Indians scattering I
,I left in tbe State al Wjnthrop 91 soaing ; for can hardly be supposed lhat Stock en hand, 0,000 Inks.
the Irnce of 1 1542, has 'been the ; hope w" shil! be m'staken.: : was "ibly no election! cf i j to be the result. Flour is
; subject of. .%, po Speaker on Mon J I. these, zeal Tavlor's triI depres'*d. Corn, 63 a 61. p
adraubnckto accornplised
this wbO
:' much Tbe teeming favorable" .. I At t.mei: marvel 1
\ speculation. (Governor, in fit message day. The President's: Message will we beyond measure at the visions firmer. Sugar drooping.
a condition of arTtirs we o'V'f\"e.! in ihe probably I urrpb. if in him would &ero
: : the newspapers flisarrpoiitfed !leave :
lo Legislature, stated! there no i and blindness 5 9.
were one 'be received in the ; folly of the planters. A few Exchange | a
: hundred and from various pirts of the United States' early coming week, andwe I i in the mortify of
fifty warriors. There bil ing poilicn having a i The !
are I wires
,. person communications and Indian speeches shall endeavor to lay it before readersin [! years since, when Ibe profits[ to be dVrived telegraphic beyond Porthrr ..
puiishd cur
here who have eeen a good! deal .llh j' :majority in both haut Congress against d own. The steamer is !
i probably alN
'" Indians who tfaiik: they number from two bun.i e the tendency (sf which i is to draw [xjl/iic I our next is"ue.Cattaa \i from Southern Factories were merely probi I1iifj.

,.t, : sympathy! to the side of the Indians. These i icnnnrjnicaions ; bm. (bus exposed to all sorts: of embarrassment I i! !lematical -
': dred anJ fifty; to five hundred; warrior?. The -- --- it is not strange that cauiou: men

.:! .!rub: i is there are no cf.rt1indata. from which& '! : I by concealing the true ita e \! Fa.tr i Tallahassee.We and annotance, from those, who, charging: jiim j|I I should have hesitated. But now when scores E'y.OntExo: 29:

r.. .,. their numVr can be calculated. : of the tnnfcacfior. ? by iving ony: the Indian understanl J that books are now hein'nnded with a most peifiJiou breach of those :; and hundreds establishments have The Ccttrn market on Wednesday. It.

: One hundred and ten warriors hive 'b-en ,I version of th ir obligations under the Ire tr. ofPayne's round for stock I pledges which secured his success, would! rind : spoken, live and tbe siles amounted to 6.500 ba> .at
in
: [ Landing. do, in th* i subscription to a flna axe, in witness of their superior profit-- advance of .
,4 .e pen, (1 f which three are kno-.vn and believed : substancecharge i and license lint an | Middling, 10 J ; Good IIP

; ". :: 10 be dead and three are prisoners in the I '; [people of Florida! and) he General Government ; Cotton Factory, proposed to be ereced: al j to art his pun ; aencouragement .! over agriculural employments: yielding d in;. Hi, !. S-jr, is brisk, ::1"11 I ftiriJ i

:. hands of tbe troop The number of the Indians ; with; forcing the extradition of tbrse ; TaIaha! ;rc. I i is aid that 'ten tl,0Is3rd.j I poses and reject his appointments in the pal i as they do, dividends of from 20 to 35 percent r at 4J. M"Iasse. active at 21 $ cent q'JOled fcfprim"
I '
',$ ': at the commencement of the* war in I Indians contrary justice and right. If they I : dollars have been subscribed, and thai' there l pabe! and manifest fact, that the people! were clear gains on capital invested' is it no!r Mes P<;rk has: advanced, and oV

1635, was estimated I by the n"cro chief Abrabam. :\ em-inate from the army, they are violations of t is a fair prospect of rai.ing the desired amount.I 1 I| everywhere showing :satifaclion with, and strange that men who fove have been made at 10J. Whisker, has :.

"" The 'bais of that enumeration\ the j military: propriety l anJ oVcortrn ; becju, a- .' ".e would: venture to to those ; !! want of cnnfrence in, hi; administration. !! money resolJlelyreru proved and i is quoted at 22!1.
who
; 'I i-Je from their pniiulity, bid con to suggest I e to invest in these enterprises as the The
and children quencss ship Ophir bas
women to each warrior. Now The result: in Louisiana arrivixJ from New York
,
deserve : bas been
one hundred and ten warrior are known to i ibe pending fll"zoiatiou1)Ij: be likely! lo ensue so much credit for 'hating, a! we trust anticipated [ means of acquiring it ? Were it indeed the via Charleston.

be in the country, and from the' 'best inform ilion >; thould a kUf\\lede r. that such feelings, exist : earnestly taken hold: of this matter, the im 'I with great anxiety, for many reasons.- fact that our people are standing aloof for the NEW laRK NOT. 30,

: .orn.thrty more who have never visited j I Indians t anr>ng the troops com to the ears of the prance: of H public} jnrcting the citizens of; ';: General Tatlor's own Sate: \hOe vote had 1 reason oflheir hatred ofthe root of all e\iJ" p.o.

; dIe while this makes the I Iloweier, what.\er may I be the :I( contributed' :to his election his
; n arier one 'bun 'ee and the of for pride and (bat The sa'es
the of
Tal..has their Cotton
of ths county or indifference to. to-day
dred and purpose t communications: referred to, we Ion : or contempt cf v.Lal I amounted to
(
hirty. c"f'u.ccoroinz lo this estimate j let l promotion: of of i i j of his firienJs, were most deeply concerned in i jUG bales, at advance of
reckoning five women and children them 'JIi: :n the "Sentinel' s-iys. relying, : an enterprise flcha't sri r) : Brutus terms ** rascal coffers," there would Le an f since tie am.

'! their to for ibis once, upon the good sense ofthe Indian* portat.ce. is thus that hereee! such i! preventing; a judgement of l condemnation I : val ofthe C 'anada. The stock is light.l-:
each warrior, number i i.' swelled lo eight I I every \ I ) something highly respectable: their conduct
'II t to! determine what her his : Rice i i' q-ier:: sinll asks at 3| .1 3J.
hei f" :' i people and To
majbe t themselves!
hundred and twenty-iwo.: But only,' half as ',vhirh *r %, undertakings: ':are not under way. Let t a meeiing i neihor personal acjquainttnces. ; t the philosopher, especially if one of the Stoics, sales: of Flour amounted to 1600
determination !
women hive been I vill hate j.vUic tymathy after due a aI was reported (that Gen. T. !: barres and
as
men notice
many seen ; an-JK t; bo convened,-have ihcnutter I I mi ht be highly! edified in its of Corn, 13,000 bushels
L to eek ; at unchanged
: the number of children s"en, of both eexes, i i. sjme mtre worthy object for 1!: cummifsera'ioa. 1. :: discu.. ed |I had said that the Iou ofljjuuiana vouldofjiccl/ ; contemplation.Or prices
information Pork bas
? spread before advanced Stocks
'4j:, ; tours : diJ it arise from a dislike to J. are stradv..-
a1hJIhe tbe truly i neic thing,
: tarn1...as men, not more, ,miy bef I (he him nore thjn did the losses which the'IVhifs ;' Sterling
; t f f peope, animate them by an exhibition of l to Exchange, 5j. Fseihtsbaseil.ight.ly .
change, and to untried
a lew less l rerctore In-m actual obscrva- Public experiment., the

lion, the whole.! n mb-r! of Indians;: now in Flo- I AT THE Meeting 1, ibe t )pecuniary; profits and immense ir.ciden'al 1 'I hire experienced dlrulh: last tulr I\ conSf"rt'arimibt} contemplate it with I improved.
HEAD dig.nenea
,; .' ri'Ja do-is not exceed /ITJ hundred and I Or THE V7ACJSSA RIVER.{ }benefits: which flow to the : i Ton!!*. put together. Evey appeal wts ad- __ t. _
iisty.crtn. I At a PlIticI..erin.: of the wi communitytrom aeiig.it: and smiles of .
citizens Jef I! complacency.But -
the dressed to the voters: of that State and Mississippi. I n'LTIXO, NOT. 30. 1
1 ferson, and the : enterprise and we cannot 'belime j neither of
these
L adjoining counties held at! ihe' i* a true hypothesis.The .
I(
Theutml quan'ity (.r cloth allowed in s'a- h *aJ of thVaci '! t that a populilion ro iuuteUint and They were conjured by the glorious I! Henry Clay made a speech here toJav,
It i
fi.tlcal .?tatem-nl' for th ? Hn'tr. on Thursday, theJ3Jj public spiri cotton planters and people ofthe South and in
of ; alluding the :
consumption to ,
an : l of November! : I recol ctirJn; of Buena Vista : slavery difficulty rx.
day t to take into couMfiera.tii ited ( ) as that we boast, will remain in to itand by the i! I
individual in twelte supineindifference. far fiom
months is thirty to thirty. tii the ) are disliking money ; and their late pressed r the opinion that boJ% factions were ;
General's
of friends
two yards Not exceeding this quantity' for ;, 'f'jr ? practicability and J other) opening; said Hirer :. i I I in their contest with the mania on the subject' of Muhicaulis! and Banks } wrong, and that tbs q-iesJioa would regulate :

the number' of( 'InJians; lat above! named, b* fteart'l(,f K. M.] .Moore, irntl Hon.crafts!THOMAS upon! rnH.'tirl We only say (or the present, that ibis; i a I D'm,crats as they had stood by him in his : *hows no aversion to novelties an'] wild I ilsdt:: '

'been supplied! and they arc though; to hare : in which I: fight wih: Salidnn3. The nee of official I? cn.htions. !
l HAND ALL{ subject citizen of Tallahassee I infJ
I'( was called to the Ch:ir, and O. every h The sloth then and h-ifa'ion with
large !store in rei!pr e. [Ttpaplrl the 'Baltimore Svn.
so '
to
If.I i is according Whig
] GADSDKV. interested. potent testimony
C'q. 3 Doctors Merchants
It. At Cbutlotle Harbor, for the space of lour !' Upn taking the appointed Secretary. Ia\\'Jer was thrown with a the of which they engage in manufacturing seem* F.W-YO&K.. NOT. 27-4 P. 'I.
Chair the
Tavern weight
cliairrrun
or five the trader! bought from them ill *, in a, Keepers .Mecha riles ofrtery r money, f..attributable! only tt of
years few fame ) want energy, intelligence The London Times of the 16tb i ins .
rennrki !
pertinent and ,
the malic and cca-
,7 they could produce ; skins of all sorts, corn. 't. t the meeting. explained object of : and grade, every man who has a foot ofkndi I I eloquence, into the sca.'e.: of :. enterprise anJ buines ta.'ents.!' and as [: rains a letter from the Austrian corre:pondf nr,

potatoes, pea nut, canons water-welloni, : Whereupon, on motion Capt. Newsorn. -all 'have something at stake in the proposed I Tatlorism..! : Nor entirely in vain. For the !such can extort little commendation either ;,j i showing that the Emperor of Russia !his in :'

f.jul l and even bog-. in fact thin : r resalt shows a larger vote than has .
ibeywould before truth carried bis
any ;; :! enterprise. shold: ever poInt with the Turkib
forward
thl following; c'mHnitel' of thirty, viz : Cap'. \1 come and 'ly :.from the philoopher or the ire. i i: gar.
brine the eon'rvat i
.' lo ttore, tuppiyin; them in been polled in Loui,iJn3. But ,I!! eminent tnrelation to the
S"wHJr, Dr. larrist, C"t Uoberi Gar !", !liberal i' subscription} of stock make certain the I on this ; ----- II Hungarian rrfu-
with .
purclmc.exchange lu ev their-ry intercourse thin; they were with the able!trader to. Towns'nd C.. Ii.>'bfil, I.. H.GuIt;:GadyJen! M. Moire, Isaac accomplishment! of a purpose from which aI;; j very accoimt. !, trebly! sore, and sad, and humiliatiag Father Mathew and Judge Lumpkin. I I If![! :ees to, and I become thai Turkey the permanent, has in .tT jislor cr. of connoted Kii--

they were always allowed every licence A-a M.v, William II. Koberl II. oZ. may hope to I be benefited.: ; mu l be the disappointment of the second Some of the Georgia papers are disposed I Ilo suth and his noble compatriot

: not inconsUient witb the fcifely of the) N. ..rpnd.Ihj; ,r \Vats'n We I Wtsiiingtou and !hs:: friends. Gorernor, Ll. 't find fault! with Judge The
\ ='J)): Capt. G->nn-in, M. M. Michau] T. : are gratified to learn, a, we have within L'impkiii. the Pre*i. }I exact terms uI thi di':racefil compart

They came in when they pleated! t-tayd asas J. lint V. Got : the last Governor, three.fourlhs oflhe Congressional J. S'rickl-ind.: John .\. IMwards, t two or three dajslhat citizens l both, I I : Temperance Contention Turkey consisted T>
:
p long they pleased: and were invariablyuitb C. \V. ; delegation all will 1 for retain in prison al) such I Hunjarian refugees
Ir"atrd the kindlier '' fit Hon. Thomas It:mdall'm.. in i Je1 r-;*n and Madison county, are seriously Dern-Jrat where Taj lorisn ; .vithdrar/iui his invitation in behalf ,'
utrnofet j -
1 by all the G.; find consolation I a? may be designated '.Austria an.i Russia
\Villiarn Wooten alter its almost oflhe Convention
b wbtei" they cbat.ced to meet. It i ie, there. !!'! Jr., Council 1.rCjitftro considering the subj-ct of f Factories with a I unp.iralleled lo Father MatLew- to j I to 'banish all 'hn those 'lhat
Sr. Abner except
fire, but a reasonable! c'iiiciiuion ( Worthing view of exertions ? TI lha President himself' 'risit Georgia. For our th'nk i
: i under the t n. Mijor'alkf! r, John S. Divin") William establishing) one or more in each part we Judge i have embraced the Mahnietan reiicion.KoA I; .

: cicumrtances, fir the writer to nay, that he S.? The wok, tlis defeat of his party, rallying un:Jer his own : 1nime 1 Lumpkin has: acted: in the matter: becomes uth will of thus
believe I ill. Dr. Turnb'iil I Kichird, L-mg, Col. \ Cunl %'JJ cince; 'begun, we i c'o ; ; as /I course be prevented: from
!
m'J"t of the I Indians vaiicd the "1Mf. J. \ -"o late almost ornnipoter.t, true L Southron, and deserves I rarrtin: out him intention of
Udiley, and Colonel John IifljV(1YI.! were not doubt that Factories will spring up thr J*. now utterly: the thanks of his j migrating l's

: : traded Nevertheless at a good and many Indians' always f sed, 'for; the purpose of exploring; examin o ut every portion of the State. divested of its spell-must. Lii overwhelmingly- : ;st'ite, and! indeed of she entire South, for hi* I' England! or tbe Unilrd States! and may ultimately : .
: Tampa, no particular jrrortifying --- fail into the-
band
accountva : : oi'his
\ kept of tboseho u'iitcd the store ing, and) reporting to 2 general meeting of the --------- Surely he must be stricken with : independence. The South Carolina Ttmperanee. persecutors.

on citizens to "be held on 'the H isb: day of January Grand Division S. cf T. little less than ; I .
: Peas Creek. The writer' has no reason to judicial blindness if he can Banner, in alluding to the publULeJ :
next, the feasibility' and advantage ; The Grand Division)i ,
Sons of PHILADELPHIA Nov.
: believe there are over one hundred) and fifty! t the ofop'riin Temperance, I cot interpret! signs, to him a'., terribly! and address JuJ.e; L., sats: I 2G.
,'. navigation: of the
I Wacissa
,. warrior in the &ate.! So far as the settle. : River, for of the State: Florida! f.el ill annual session I II painfully! significant. I J'e- Peale's immense collection of curiosities:
'
eteam and It will
low boats recollected
ment of the peninsula is concerned, this rm'l i i in t) this city on Wednesday and last. that Mr. Malhew knvn as the Phiarppbi1Ict"um.: al the'
num.ber Upon! motion of Col. Heir, it Thursday I Fur ourselves, feel that | was charged by Lod! Garrison i Masonic
isjuit as formidable' at if it five was I we we may most on his re.'us-! Hall, wa* sold! this morning by the
were Delegates
i; Jlcsshed, That Monday, the 17ih of were in atten: lance. from Middle i 1 I i in; to attend the AnnjreraryCckhration i sh riif. It '
thou'and. day j heartily join in the rejoicing our Itmoicratic of I was bid off)by. P. T. .mmm.

:i The kindnecs that ba/ 'been lavished upon'I i December next r, be the lime appointed for go. and Ka&t ElorjJ, but none from the West. friends at the result of these o elections. .::I Slavery: emancipation in the British West India ; EMJ., the great Museum proprietor; :>r S3.-

.i: the Indians CH..t only I by llw 'traders and ing down the Raid ri\-er upon lb! exrilrion. :i On Thursday a pro 'es ion was formed by i which close Islands with 'being an abolii"onit: ai.d 500. The collection cost originally overXrsi.t
the
troops and the political fur the hat
but I by the citizens, generally!! it i thc beet < abo\erornmittce are therefore requeti. m lpmhef of Magnolia, and other subordinateDivisions canvass year. ins jointly, with Ihll.) O'Connell, and some 100,000.

ccidfncc that bad the IiKJians p /isible ?- ed tm 1 meet on! ihat. day at the head oflhe Wa Though we profess no gratification at Gen.Taylor's I S seventy thousand oihr inhabitants} : of Irelan! I _
in
not had anI!:I conrclwn with, oflhe : I
I dba Uiver, fir, that i mfmft"rs :| signed an appeal to the Irish
prepared personal mortification and residents of this
important object to jraiu by breaking the peace, motion I"Jp'J'e.On I O. of O. F., the Grand Division humilia-1 i I! I Ohio, Nor. 23.I .
( IJenjamin: : Thornton. I was escorted I country, to join with the abolitionist! *
Kwj.ihe of
no four nor twenty Indian would have dared J t linn, we feel joy other and higher than that this I
# to attack the whiles. The method f following committee, viz : Go\'crn Thomas' to the Presbyterian' Ci.nrchtele an ex.cellent i'i j i;( country and to never cease their efforts until !I The extensive po-.vder mill near this place'

.. ;" adopted to btin; forward the subject' th**of Indians their J Hrown, Co!. John G. ( a1nie! : Mr. McN-mght, address was delivered by P. G. W. j partisans in recording the sentence which !I perfect freedom was granted to the black man, .; exploded! wilh a terrific noise. Two m-on
the
"$ )v'n rcmovaw! bold but Bf"j.nin J Thornton, Gen. \Vm. Ih t"J. Dan. P. Dr. Datidson.The people have so emphatically pronounced. j 1 as well as the white. These developments! I employed in the establishment were kied.I :! .-
% no onf,w :
will it was not the bctt. The e preturne, i iH 1 Jadr Hon. Thomas Randall, Geo.; Jones, i By himself or through influences to which be coming lo the knowledge of Judge Lumpkin. I Their bodies were blown to atoms. This is
bay execution and W. raised order is shown by the report of the G. about the first the fourth time ,ibis mill!! has
: 'bears the ttamp! of a thorough! knw \"lirt, was for the purpose has no excuse for hat'ingielded, he has of September be wro e to exploded within

4 :, (lie United States, ubich youn Indiani; ledge could of I of xaniiniitg and reporting upon lb r a"ilil.% i i S., Jo;. Clisby, I2.q., to he in a highly i flourishing bred h pledges most solemnly made, which vio.1 the |I Father .Mathew. to know if he still, rherisbed the past two, years.

iiy and advantage o' a Canal (for i conJiliou. There j the above' sentiments
j in existence stating that his .
navigation are in
not K ness, and the of capacity czTIi: i
{ delivery the is -
prisoners received ea lo
with lha
people that Gen.
t ai.d water' connecting lb! 'head waters i :t the State. 23 unsuspecting con. : t 1oru'efulnes' in the South would! depend ) say Taylor
nothing. If the Iowtr hi.n', in all up
United
proves ota! ,! were : of the' \\' H numbering 911 fidence extended I his experiment a; President oflhe United State
he St. ever 'to soldier's on these
; :Marks River : a word.- answer to question. After ,
ut I i wait.
tatufiVd, the Indians pained .their and whom 3G have 'been t has: trued out lo I ,
point, mlher5f initialed e a complete failure. It '
or near twn of : ; For( the sake of ing about one month, the
,
f t.e Newport. \ public morals, j JJd,2e receive d
,:, remained in the country ; if not, then they y H ) Barr uon I between January and September last t, being wantonly transgressed brief marked avery | easy to say that he bas shown himself ri.s-;
C/ud! fiJy! be removed. Tbei.bole ) j: by an unhesitating forfeiture of solemn! I reply, 'private. In .hem honest t man.: It is .
operaj j to charge him 'habindoning
easy \
increase
Uekfler That the thanks of the meeting ; an n of from initiation antime he learned lhat several
lion was but a throw of! the dice, and the In. rare membership promises as a Temperance the and
; warning lo politicians and people ; to denounce b u
hereby 'tendered to the Hon. Associations had
Chaiiman alone of withdrawn
dians for j :: more than one hundred in their invitations.
won. Tlio figure-head of !darn I' per cent in all I as having falsified! abe sacred word of ;
the l placemen
t manly and dignified in coming lime ofrengeanceto Le j The*, hQwc'crVer a N-
which I be witheld
,: Jones is indellibly! fn;ratcd on the whole i connl'r I nine month The largest accession has until a responseto dier. Il I t is ea' to accuse him with
'has y baring gaioe
presided over the' deliberations of ibis occasion expected from those whom they dl"cei"ewe i the Judge's inquires should! be receit't"rI.On .
7 transaction : the i, obvious I h been ; his election
reason it Palmetto false
; is jutt t ; and also I to Division, Madison Court by pretences and with having .
to the Secret the
for his reception: of the
ser are gratified than words private .
,' like him. l't"l'l'lelJj} lake these Indians : \' .ry h House. more will express, at note Got- broken his ph;htcd' faith with the courutry.

:, I either fur fool!* or cowards, w ill find tltermelves f.lellr'cr.? the multiplied, defeats and most explicit condemnation Lumpkin again! : addressed Father MarhewtIirouh |I ."-IVat Ainp'o.i; Rt public.
lighily' mistaken. We That the proceedings of! this meet The following is a list of officers of the a friend in Boston, requesting? a re-1 i And : .. :
kincerely hope xvc ; which the people: of the quite as ealJ' to The Republic
ing putJ.bed in the at Tallahassee I Grand Division! country moral oflhe injunction of prore.
papers for the
be ensuing privacy, or to ire
may wrong, and that they will prove lo 'be : and Newport. year : have visited i upon the administration. But some more ; 'I j could not have summed up"' the mal-

-- :: Loth. Yours, truly. I The Dr. J. M. W. DAVIUSO.V, P. G. W. P. satisfactory explanation: of hrs 1, ler in better style, jut had l becathe .
meeiing lh much views and prosecuting
n adjourned.THOMAS as we are gratified, our gratification is feelinss upon Ihe subject under f
: SIMON TotvtE Hsq., G. W. P. attorney, instead: of the special counselof

RANDALL. Chairman. Rev. JOSHUA PJIKLPS (;. W. A. neither mixed with, nor enhanced by surprise. consideration, reiterating his opinion that a I j Old: Whitt"y.a all
i 0. the :
II. events
'FJMA I'a. Nov. GAUSDEN, Secretary. tisit to the South under people
the
20 ,
; 1919. circumstances
.. Joscrn CusnE"q", G. S. The result was to have been expected, if in- J I of these United Slates nave rendered iicl
would be productive of nothing___ burvII. ;. tnttio.. ... a vr
0 MEssu. EIiITOIZI'ne Indian Chiefs I (rtT" On the eighth} day the THOMAS J. PKKKI.NS.: C;. T. deed.as: we are not prepared to denJrnoral13ws! I j cause Temperance. u I of guilty on the above counts.'* The "l lie-
,J. { .' !Lave Eetit in the January, day Dr. J. H. G. C. Up to the 3th of this: ublic"
) lo ChokoNiklab is
at V.IWIEI situated
nichiriigers
p similarly
camp appointed for the citizens have to do wilh I monlh with thelawyer
thing the
1. to meet and hear the any Government of!I nothing more lo the il
satisfactory
'p with the that j' W. II. MCMILLAN, G. S. pub- out't'
intelligence they desireda o''! the Committee i I lie who was ;pleading! : for the remUsioo
report of f Public t the Universe For having
Thirty, a truly other appeared, and the .
result private
conference with) the, commanding (eneral Rer. S. B. FodTKn, G. C. any commun of the order to I his
Dinner u hip client he and
!t. given .it thee head of the Wactfkn i ication neither the I at I post ;
:, 4. on the 15lh of December next, when) they i'Je, to which the public in general are There will be a meeting of the Grand Division would have: been illeIpli able. Had Taylor. I I intimating i any denying change of sentiment genuineness nor I i in the midst of hi* harangue; l looking out cf

would make known the determination of "the i i ism triumphed, we would have been almostcompelled on the t the window, he saw the
: invited.Flat. held at Madison C. II., in July. part ofthe Rev. Gov. I sheritTactnaliy put-
+-:; Indians in I I signer, Lumpkin felt!t
- regard lo the proposition; made to to believe with those who still constrained j ling on "the tap." ** Why they are whipping
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,,- :: them by Gcncial) Twigj at Charlotte liar. perhaps, not be -- contend on account fir the nearness of his I client "
: Colon.-I may generally The Burying Ground. that Gen. ha i intended visit my nlllr! screarrwd the asioundfd
Taylor been faithful llo to the South
his ,I ; to
f tor make: known
to remove lo the, \Vc t. "cn those l .
by engaged in lawyer, to the Never cool
court.
; + fa The City Council has given out a contract obligations and true his the above circumstances and I mind !
Our Indian affairs II.ercforfti'l remain in t that' 'by completely robbing the fibre of to pledges-so tinac-!: to thus publicly replied the Judge with
withdraw "you can on
", a &.*ate of uncertainly ; 'but the single fact I gum, we get immediately fine downy mate al for enclosing, I,)a substantial fence, the City countable! would his succes have been, under I: detailed 'his i invitation. The circumstances argument ju t as well." The go Republic your may
in
r ; the
4 that the Indians 'have condescended to open rial like raw cotton, but somewhat stronger. Burial Ground-an act for which the members a contrary 5upl'os ti"n.JJ l leaves not shadow circular of. Judge Lumpkin, go on with its argument," but its client i is
a of
: communications is an important t in the Tbe 1 Ktrength of ihe i is little diminished of the li doubt Father, Ma-
fctep j fa a. Council are entitled to the thanks i ihew's bavins justice administered at the hands of theeopk.Vezc
_ _ : 1usiiie* A small reliable is allowed by .this process, but the fibre identity w-ih? the mischief makers and
3 P hope now li is superior of every citizen. The Ground is laid ofl! : Judge MASON, late Secretary of the I disturbers of p ( harm Daily! Register.
\ a place in our "bosom?, that if the no. I to cotton, and it may: e pas: cd all the regularly our peace, and by his tortuous
.? :, is cotton : through I II with streets traveling it from ihe four Navy, has been re-elected to the Presidency i unmanly, hypocritical, and evasive ,I
in course
goliation prosecu'cd! with a zeal present machinery on
proportion I subsequentprocesses. i of the James River and t ihe subject slavery be Expedition far the Relief of Sir J \
: cd lo ill importance, it may be proportionally This cannot fail lo be highly' in.I points of the cornpavs.: In many of ihe streetsl Kanawah Company. fid has fbfeitedjjthc con .-Lieutenant Lynch,the corurnand-
t
\01 j:4; tucccEkful. Noluilhitanding the mistakentiewsof lereskting at this moment, when, we an threatened l here graves and we mUst respectfully: His vote was 453G, being the whole! number Temperance in the
: the Government upon (this subject) with a scarce: and consequently, dear : suggest the propriety removing them on lo of votes cast, minus 77. His almost I unanimous j[ arise South, and that no good to head an expedition to start as early as practicable .
.. can to
; : viz: that it would be more creditable' to a I and inferior supply of colon ; and since much I ihe re-election this our cause by the advocacy of thh t next relieve Frank
lots where to highly honorable year, to Sir John
-': they originally should have and {ItS'lf in I
sheep's
great nation like the U. Slates in case an fJ stalk, both} at home} and in India, is thrown t clothing, and we wish thus u lin. lIe
ap.' for the to
1 ,'I been placed. And we informed responsible position must be gall and j publicly) lo refuse all proposes government
are
j peal lo arms is necessary,that a few men bhonld away, the plant being cultivated (o the seed, too, that wormwood fraternity with him.- sanction l II e attempt, and afFml officers and

I r:- decide the question in that way, rather' than I i flows we have here, j>rima fracie, a much I gravel are lo L found entirely 'beyond the, lo the Richmond{ Whig and spirits of Although our principles are dear tons we men (all volunteers! ) and provisions; and incase

VM V by I be. exhibition of an overwhelming forceovcrawp I expensive raw material an cotton. bounds of the Ground. These ought by all I kindred malignity, who, 'have, attempted to in. come are not wilh disposed the to welcome auxiliaries who there should be a question as to the I legality

t ,*: the Indians and by Ibis species of FROM FLORIIM-ThE means to 'be removed, otherwise they will be jure the fair name of one of the most honorable hand, and the fanatic's temperance banner in one paying the expenses of such an expedition
moral SEMINOJ.E.0 torch in the other
coercion
1 compel them lo adopt the only learn from in be thinks sufScienlfiom
I a passenger left outside the enclosure when men America. The fimous Denby he could raise
courtc led open to a1rmiz : lo accept the gee arrived last evening that completed. t private charter strengthen
just as I the boat defalcation was made the BRIO sources to ,
grounds of Ccsuxoc.-\\"e
very reasonable' and just leims oflVred and left Palatka attack make the
nn express arrived fiom Tampa, Alabama Senators. following and equtp a steamer: lo carry cut ths object.
f migrate-they 'hate fofar complied with the stating( that the Arkansas of Jndi.ans .p upon Jud Mason by the Richmond Whig extract from the letter of the Key West correspondent Phil. .i\. American.
delegation On the 29th uh" the 3d -
: views; of ibe on ballot', (he Hon.V. and
commanding General to 'had, Washington' Republic oflhe
as mount arrived, and paid a vuit lo (he Semi. an effort being Charleston Courier.

a reasonable portion of his command. A noles. That (he proposition to emigrate was \ R. King, was elected Senator lo fill the made to defeat him "by malicious imputations Nov. 20. The Suit for Damagu.-Tbe father of young

I-I : mounted portion is and not only their mounted, but is efficiently made lo them, and that Sam Jones and Billy vacancy occasioned by the expiration of the upon his integrity. Its f failure must be alike noel have ordered her Surveyors to be hove on brig out- Cus!1- Barnum, who was killed by the Montesquions

appointments are every Bow legs had sent word to Gen. Twiggi thai ,. term Hon. A. P. Bagby. his t her examination for fur -the French CO/Jnls-af St. Louis, has instituted
to enemies and
mortifying
from
creditable. The conduct gratifying to his as (the
.a way with the of the afFtir they woul meet him, about the middle of next I To fill the vacancy: occasioned 'by the dalh I friehdi and honorable t the Capitain, she has no doubt! statement of a suit against those penonslo recover
fcingle exception of the lo himself. lIe received
iunafier the have a serious talk upon the au'',. of Hon. Dixon H. Lewis Jeremiah was siderable con damages 'fur IhA loss of his son's services.
her .
,', marauder, as it is called, has been judicious ;;; ject. The prospect of (he emigration of the I Clement ,, supported wilh equal zeal by Whigs and Dem. asl.ore. She injury on side or bilge whilst he being at the lime of his death a minor.-
f and the was elected on the sixth \ballot. The' has been libelled for I
deposition of tie furce provided' is Indians it vole salvage. Ibo
I \\'a believed, has not heon considered ocrats. The damages are Idid at 83000. Under ;
such as will 'best the interest oldie. Stale on the last ballot stood follows Nov. 22. Part of the ,
serve
to favorable} as at present since the com. a demons! cargo of wrecked writ issued all the property of which ib? "

whether' we are to have peace or war. Upon I tnenccmentof the late difficulties.-Savannah) 07 ; Fitzpatrick: iB ; Lyons 3 ; Otmond, J ; No frost in this section oflhe brig Cu,hnoc is advertised to }be sold on Fri I. quious weiv possessed on the arrival at S..
4k: : tbe whole then this of time the country, day, 221: insf., by U. S. Marshal
up to point Georgian. Davis 1. to the 'liruc of consisting: Louis was seized by the ShcritTlo abide; lb
!ih up present any consequence.' of bales Cctou! and bbs! Pitch/damaged. event of the suit.





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U l"R THE IXOH1DIAJ4 4k JOCR AL.] I subordinates like the a1 ove. They are men Masonic Notice. I Sale of City Lots and other Lands. STONE & IcCOLLUM'S.. I

tLLMEi11'Bv"OCGn Cora TY. Xov. 19, 1849.TaPcNI Clerks, and their capability and fitness u supposed 03-: The Grand Annual Communication of the I B IY order of his honor.Thcmas Baltzell, Judge ol t _

** kaiTORs -If mankind have ad. to be the only qualification required of Grand Lodge of Florida ,'i be held in the Maomc > Ihe Mid..le Circuit, fitting in Chancery, in and

,'oe : them. A wholesale! removal like the above tail, in the city of Tallahassee,on Monday., the 14th for the Circuit Court of' Leon Count!,- the Master
religion, ., knowledge of science, morals' subordinate in the district- will offer at public tale, within legal hours before LEVIATHAN ESTABLISHMENTJ r
might rear other arts of civilization, we -being every dayci January, 1550. Officers and Representative the Court lout door, in the city of Tallahassee, on

create of kaY,' expect that, with this in. I! implies something, which, if not explained, or Subordinate Lodges thereof will take notice, and the First in January next, tru follow ing!

"' I might inguriously affect the gentlemen re- themselves accordingly. A full enta. real estateviz: '
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would Uc "go above their ancestors govern repre ---- -:
they moved. It" ust be borne in mind that these 500 acres of land, more or le ,bein of Section _
i ion from Subordinate Lodges i is 1.I.ifuhrty. ) J* ;31
and ,virtue. lii in. Il.t
teprity improved pdlitical removals are made solely at the instance ol five, ((5)) Township) one ((1) South, Range one !
Every politicalinterpretation ired. J. B. TAYLOR (1)) East. except I he East haunt' the N E quarter.
himself .
ofihc t' i is founded upon its the Collector, recently appointed.Nd Grand Secretary G, L. Fla. 320 acres, more or less (in Madison Count,) viz: "-

vievVlution reason is assigned for the change of a the East. bl of S Eqr of Sec one. ((1) and East. half
and in to
have professes
keep ; single one of these officers, Tso far as we can In connection with the above, the undersigned of N E qr S twdve.t( ) inTownshipone(1)South ( :

the public good ; nnd, fur same olyect, ,'iz learn, o1ht'r than a political difference or opin. Committee, appointed for that purpose by J.H'k.u Range seven ((7) East. The West half ot S I
individual member is deenf>urpos every W qr of Sec MX. ((0)h and West half of N W
ion. Indeed, it is admitted upon all sides Lodge, No. 1 announce to the Fraternity throughout PuntEr
hoth in belief and intention, urio be honest ,Sec seven ((7)) in Township one ((1)I) South, Range \
that they have, in all respects, done their he State, that on the Thursday following the meet- eight t b) I'il. : ;
to the constitution careful' and cave given
a duty.! -Wahilla TiniestSr. ng of the Grand Lodge, therei he a procession, 5i 0 acres, more or less, adjoining Tallahassee. on i
nation basing his belief' filll ccxa..i. !
upon a the Soulh-we
- -- -
---- --- -- aud public i installation officers of I he Grand Lolge, 1
of the true policy for its administration:"lion Also, ten (in)) lnimpro\c11ot in the city of Tal- *
THOMAS LODGE, No. 49, and an address by Brother R. B. HILTON, followed lahasee, MZ No I in ofj Nos 25.
l"i. 13,1 14,
political! therefore is formed in- ; : plan ;
ry party, __ :, !
rF" 1 1 1 0 4 by retreshments suitable to the occasion. We
-- cor.
lllOmaSt'UICoa..l1ut'. n, -} ,./. jAt 20,and 31, in t hI.\ /rth of the County quarter .
conviction that the interpretation given L hal ?
of this dially invite the Brethren of sister Lodge ir the ; and lots Nos I', 10, :31 in the South ij
the constitution byit, is Ihe true interpretationand a regular communication Lodge, Also three "
: State and adjoining Counties of Georgia, to come 'ddifon. [ !] unimproved lots in IheJVorth
the only just and proper policy of the jn\this day in the Masonic Hall, ihe folllnouh \'. .Idilitiim, being N ,s 115, 137, and 151 tmnit'ly t-[fa
i up in the spirit of Masonry, and unite with lain '1
of these three lot" belonging :o Robert w. ,
government. j -amble and resolutions were uuanim- the celebration, and partake of Ihe hospitalities ol Williams, who will unite in their sale for partition. _

Every political party is the propagandist of l0cled'viz : Ihe Brethren of Jackson Lodge, without any further The above property is sold as the etatl of IhamG.

its opinions-the more zealous each is in the Formal invitation. Sea rev, deceased, for partition and distribution t1
discharge of its duly, the better will the record the tJl becomes our pain fill duty to among the heir

public be informed and thereby be the better and I brother JlcholJ death four late friend J R. .A. SHIM, CIIAS. E. DYKE, The tetm.i of rale are, one-fifth of tIle p'JchE:.
in Cash, S the remainder in four annual -
J. H. TA'Lon1. GERMANY, money rqval
rnabled to and decide between ad. POXDIn which' uccured
':1
compare ?'
on the night of il j. s. KUST, Committee, AfC. in.talmcll bearing interest t at six pr eent. payable
verse political doctrines. This zeal for the n i 1.0 'JUl ult.' in the County of annual in advance, secured in tteparate oh'i ation,. Tins very superior and stupendous Exhibition, acknowledged with one accord to be iho
u a! this State fjCjPapers: friendly to the cause are rcqieatud to it
propagation political doctrines or the ()". payment of any instalment be
dllyc.d.
semination nf opinion i h casion justly calls for And. whereas, the oc. cop '. l hear interest at fight per eent. ,. : sal .
parly party strife or ant LEADING EQUESTIIIAN I EON &&TA LISH IENT .
the contest Therefore when this iblic expressien of Court may, in its discrelion, order a re-sal, at the .
of jiarfy. t the deep and of Ihe Grand Rwal
sincere regr 'c- A Grand Convocation risk of the purchaser upon any default. of payment,

emulation lor political prost'litism is excited feel I on account of I his untim r'I.'e*. as a Lodge f Aich Chapter, of the State ot Florida, will be hedin siving 60 days notice. Purchasers fn pay for title THIS CONTINENT .
with decorum, its .tendency is..to keep ha'innuecn BENJ. f' ,
proper : dftd
I Tallahassee : ITlET.Ilcfmber
houi" !eo the Masonic in the city of ot
constantly/ before ihe public mind the great assassinated. at a late (the 1.1 1 IS 19. 47 Master Chancery. Will exhibit at TALLAHASSEE: on SATURDAY MONDAY, and TUESDAYthe-1th, 17lh, and
of
mghiwhile the 21st day
fundamental principles of'he government, and I enjoying a deep and quiet' sk Monday JanuuyIS5.J.. B. TAYLOR I t:Sltlt1 copy. ISth of DECEMBER, I IS 19, for THUKE: : DAYS ONLY on the Public S-jnare. 0

thus the different an act his necessary lo add. in ronsdiuence. ol the immense_ amount _of humbueery_ _of -late resorted.toby
by exhibiting
interpretationsof as cowardly as It was revolting 1 : And. Grand , the **
constitution in
contrast, contributes as, our deceased t brother possessed, as we c rf.. I1E undei signed lieieby notifies rew. The extent and grandeur nit t the uufrlt this Sprung, n without' a parellel in Ihe annals of
more than any other circumstance to the preservation Notice. his lied in Leon similar E-ttahlUiunenM, and requir d the services of several l Mechanics and Artisans I 10 complete the

of its instituli -ns. ceivc, a large amount of those universal prin. the ectdteof ,. .: Jefferson, and ltdi /n (Coun tout ensemble of this VAST TRAVELLING CAVALCADE during, the past Winter.
claims '
The ronsiiiution ciples of humanity which Free \_ LL persons having against! ;. ties. h hat he in Florida! .
was accepted by the peo. Masonry professes : Lewis I Henry Branch, Ute ol this Cuiintx. i.e.. ., about the "il December instant THE CORPS OF PERFORMERS

pie of the United States as the tcxt.book, of and which were so constantly practiced CCJ.i. rc requested to present them to the Admmwill with a lot of sixty
i..1rtot. seventy
the principles of the government which lhe him '.illil tl tune ljresciibed l b>' !ljw. or they He Will or visit Are of that superior cast not found in Circus Companies generally numbering among them gentlemenwho
be
by such acceptance thereby constituted to by whenever a proper object was pre. I all i the MULE. ,and give are alike respected for ; ir estimable qualities in private life, as Joe their superior performance

which the policy of its administration should, sented. Therefore, be it JOSEPH!1 BRANCH I, 7 clu'U.D his friends an oPrlu.lih, for ,nakin2 c.lOl l:Imam: in })uLhc. aod with satisiaction: we refer to the tJlowms names :
H. :
1 strictly conform. Under these circumstances I 1. Resolved, That in the death of our Ii lend Irrm b er S 0MKS, 1 IS,,. 4.IJt.CI.5 December 1 1M', JOHN 47 W. TOM 4t- PK INS. IL SIGN'R LUIGI GERMANI, T. McCOLLUM, E. STONE, JOHN SMITH, .

the authority oftbe constitution passed into and brother, the community has lost a good ---- Four men the world cannot produce th.ir equal in their respertivelines of business, with

t the hand of the first adminiitratjon.I Now, I. and worthy citizen, and our Lodge an accep.table authority of l u.n.tice.. Tax Colctor's Sale.: : M. J. LIP f.\X. I). W. STONE. S. It 8(1.\( Y. THOMAS NEVILLS.. STUART,

ihe constitution having been accepted by the member. BY Judge ot the Court ot l 1'robatf\lexana.'Jo),McDonald, BY virtue of the auuthor1 vested in me bv ]law, ] LE SIEUIl EDGAR, T. II. COLEMAN J. BROWN, A. GATES,

uialion and established: as the rule' to govern County', I will ell, on Monday the 'Nl, d.li)1.uisll Of:Deccnib.T ha\.f levied upon. end ;lll expose, |for iole, be Masters UURT and WILLIAMS.

r1h political conduct ofeveryindividuat uf the 2 Revoked, That we, as a Lodge, have : instant, at I the plantation otlhe t I ldt\I John fore I the Con in 'I I It'Uif door.Madison the i on t till Grit

special reasons to his fate' J. J Royce, all I the personal propeity of-jJ| tlece sed, Monday folio.jn!, Ascribed lands, The JESTERS to the Entertainments: arc
State only two setts of political sentiment regret untimely : or so m'ich thereof a. will sat.fy the Taxes due
con-'iiting i.f ten Negroes
C'wW come into existence, the one that upheld believing as we do that our deceased brother valuable. house servants, .iv, among Mules,worn t\lree Hor-cs.are! some thereon for the year b.W. to,wit : W. WORRELL & GREEN JOHNSON, .

st'iC'poijcyof' : the constitution, and the one that I possessed in I high degree the attributes! of Carriase and 1 Buzgy; two \\'. ons, a .nt! Saw Gin a, Sec Th 6,.*T N 1 E, t 4 SrI, and, T 1 1.E.T, belonging>. N anr E!(;, tieS W A.4 Of that pure dye so often enquired after by gentlemen vi.itin similar Exhibitions a'lended by ladle.
Plantation ( George
opposed it. Any other adverse sentimentmust ) Utensils, C.r Fodder, anoabout t thirty Mclntxre. In the representation, so (far as the Clown and other pet formers in the ring are conce ned,no rudjesf,

necestarily be opposed alike to both the I lasolrJ. I biles of C.IOI, a StOck Of| Cattle, Hug, ala Sheep), JOHN H. PATTR>soN, or improper action, will be tolerated by th > proprietor 1J

olliers, consequently to the principles of the : llc.l01Lrd, That we deeply sympathise Household :and Kitchen Firniture.JOHN C. ( Tax Collector for Madi.sr. : Iuut). With this a-Mirawe, we trust the odium heaped upoa Travelling Companies generally by a portion of

cor.rtiiution iu'feli". -theiefore, revolutionary. with the relatives! of the deceased, and parliculariy Admir.i-tialor: : ;fcCnrE. December. I I-19. .Al Curs the mass, will, in this instance, be recalled.

Political sentin.'ent did divide and was gath.cied with his mother. December S?, !1" 4S .J.r.', }) ------ ------ ----- Good art ion* crown Ihem pl\"el with la ling bays;
aged H.
.IL __ HEAD QU\rrErS. FLORIDA MILITIA! ,} Who well deserves, needs net another's praise."
""under the bankers of two great political! 4. That as a 'token of and Notice. 1'.I/tUH' uecmbtr 2U, b.I 19. )
respect
]rsoh'ct
parties-at this day we call one Whig, !the I' ",Trrm'\S.n dtctiun for the :following Fieh. THE GBASD MASS 8&M2! :
sorrow for our departed brother the member claim againstc \ / .
,
t other }Jcmocr tc. TJiew;e degignalions: sun. ALL persons having estate! of (licerl. I. : one Major General for 1st
I .1 I of St. Thomas Lodge wear the usual J. Bn\ff, lale. of t .Madison I (t>nntv, decea Division, one Major General..for Division, oneUngadi \ *i another important feature in the annals of nntsiral eonnvi'-stiirs, placed as it ia under the direction(
the characteristic of the I badgeof t
t .
ply announce patty.While ed.are its eminent Leader,
lequired to G
: hereby rpn.l'r'ty-m to the r -neral lo 1st Brigade, uric Brigadier very .
they remained nearly balanced' a conolidation mourning for thirty day!. u.idri inct within the tune s|pciticd lnViwJHN C"I'ralllr( 3d Brigade: and one Brigadier Generalfor I H. K. GAUL

'Of f political po\\'c'r permanently in 5. Resolved, That a copy of the above (| C. :1rGJIfF. .-Itli Brigade Florida Militia, was held on the 1st ,
either was impossible. Each constantly compejled I pre. Administrator day Octob-r, I Nl9nd!'> il appealing by a full c"n- Formin, during the Entertainments in the Circle, the nv'"r EFFICIENT STHING BAND-Leader, J.
ample and resolutions be forwarded bv the December.S. IMXis 1: vt u \\ vas uf, I the return made lo I the F>ecutiveOiTce; that Ct-n: -\ru. All hnd to one grand point, viz: m ,king Stone Sf McColhim'g Circus complete every
the oilier to adhere no tout to its creed
) ,
j --- ---- -- -
-
Secretary to the Georgia Journal & Messen. ------ --- John Milton i is duly! elected Major General of 1st department
l but to ihe policy. thud was its sequence. It is Plantation for Rent. \ Division ; Every day Between the hour of S and H t. (weather I'.rmilfin) the superior Band will appear in

believed timl no better government better ger, Floridian: & J Journal Tallahassee, and rF1Iin s'ib
calculated tft ensure lo the governed the full Masonic Journal, Marietta, for publication., _L J'L \:' (): near the Oilla Rivrradoininz : | Robert: C. Caldwell. Rnzadier General |111 t Brigade:- ALLEN, one of tlr.- most expert rein-men of modern dajs. .
that John Anderson! I Ksj: i JefTerini Janes -. P"L.n. I Brigadier General :3d: i : ; Gentlemanly U-. ers in att.'nd. nce, to wait on families t I. their seats.
measure of human happiness, than: that: of the G"o.l I f1lh.
DAVID) S. BR.\ DOX, Coiiiity; are about 1 Hj a. rt-s'til well Benjamin HIkin. ; lirizidier: G Itral,1 ". Trices of Ad .,i siftl.-nt, 50 Cents.' Children, under 10 years of agehalf price. Pit,
United Slate Cli Then
van t. great irnrorements HOBEI' .\. PEARCE, cleared hammock land under 'lence, all ol 4rflentquality \"oic, lie il therefore Kiioicn, ah"vt named for the Nero; population,1'y Cents-no half: price
]) in knowledge of science, as com. and not much \orui, \\it hi a good (; |irsons are hereby proclaimed' duly tt'l.ttd to
pared with but recently ancient times, has not F. II. HE IGTO Cotton 1 Screw and suitable. Dwelling lo illuu.e.,os flr' the val il us comimnds, dlsinatld. and \h.r commissioned Time of Opening Doors.-Night, 6 o'clock.

Overseer and Negroes.For will beobeved and respected accordi ly. Time of Coziinieuriii: ?.-Nisht.Ci o'clock. _
improve] us us a [people cither in political in. Commit lee. 1
terms, apply! to the su'is-riber, or to hi overseer Tilt BROWN, Governor. There will be a Day Perfvimanee on MONDAY arId TUESDAY, December 17th and ISth.at 2''
tegrity o- *iriuie i : : For we discover organized! A true extract (from the minutes! ofthe Lodge.W. at the drolt ]>Ianation.! Bv tIle Governor : .Attest, o'clock.

and organising' a third party, whose opinion* McKINNEY RUSSELL, THOMAS: R\ND\.L. L A. TIMMP-OV.. AJj't. and Insp. Gen.DiCmbcr G. L. EATON, Agent.

lire opposed 1 Ic' the views of the two great par. Tallahassee, D.cr miwr 8, l h 1: 4'., I I. t I" ts. .J7 3t
This Company performs at CIIATTAIIOOCIIIE.Tuesday. December II.
Secretary.Jf ---- -- -- -
tics, the admiiiiMration a"d its opponents, (no Ql'iCY.'t.doe5day.. December 12.

mutter which peculiar: politicalliclltiment is in -- Series for r8.50. Carriage Repositor. II I' J-\I CRlDGE.Ca., Thur December 13.

>nt llic difinguilird (; K. 1: ., 'I II \. M. JOHNSON'S Frsdjy: bectmber 14.
ItudtliriKton 1f.
pmvei,,) and consCi; ''enlly adverse: to die prni.cijde j 1 THE HOME D mat.arrangements -
l, Coxsucki.tt York at tit the JOURNAL : ". at the North fur Bitzxitsinil December !, IS tf>. 41
of tile constitution itself. Here ,hen is \ tutUt ._
; COlll'$ Sursnpaiilla, and the .,J/e 'i .\: KLKGAMLV PK1NTF1)FAMILY ( C"rilrJ.0a triprrit/r qi/nfilif. __ --_-- cc- _
the picture of i lie present political atmosphere : |' vessel, and Tilr them J .1
FLUID OF VALERIAN. Nli Wlll.-\cnt.:u.'II.lv t\-r
the party in power is MM v.n g to carry out !the .1 \ I.PJn., l 1.\\ for cash Carriage Repository will be in The Florida Exchange. Tallahassee Female Seminary,
Coxsackie, Green Co., N. V., ? EDITED! BY G. P. MORRIS AND! N. P. \VIlll
Bartlttl's Brick :
its creed its Building [TALL\HAssEr, FLORIDA,]
policy ol arc strivingto i
oppo.i"nts November \
j IS, I S-S. 5 the i'll! stand known establishment, located at? hue
Also at next door
: to
counteract iu influence and change the ad. ; Me: on hand Hopkins Saddle&*, TillSnll Pensacola and Monroe streets, orpo. W. L. HARTSON, A M PRINCIPAL.n .

ministration, while the third part, linding it. I x- Dear Sirs:.YoU are, I believe, the Proprietor FAMILY !fWr'\Pfn.. : will I I.e i.i.i Bridl",.IThrtsnZles. tally. Carriage Trimminftofalllindi site the Cap'tol, recently occupied by I. N. Drake, HH3 Institution, under the care of Mr. hanson \

Jftc() weak to dater the list opei.1'' against rt the Shaker Fluid IZMract Valeiun. and aUoCorbdt's on thejiitt of January nt.ft. le\subscribers in Carpet I'ulises, having been recently refitted by I the lubl'briber, i J. late Presi.lent elect of Pickensvilie Female Col- I r
) Trln.t. Bal
I Compound Suup of be supplied with the work ( ilntr ledge, Ala and Mrs. HarUon will be for Iho ,
the 'oJHJa Sarsapanlla. FrlU rom by !(> jA'iin -kin3, and ol her Goods usual now open for the reception of visitors. The house open
other two; is preparing, for a C ) my experience of the Value of the Flu.d Extract, warding two dollars to the office of 'bhicato,,. C"Ill.ll a .furiiihirig: store al this I is a commodious one, having a pood far Room anda reception ot pupils, on Tuesday, the 20th instant.In .
description.
lion that showing! the political depravity; of I $having used it within' :)lic hit year quite fret', in During' the past four lars THE HOME .I.'t'fls. November 24. ]INK J I. i At fine room u? stairs with a good; Billiard Table. this Institution, instruction i is designed to be

the age, will briu; sorrow to the bus nn of my capacity 8 A'sistaut under Ir. at the basinet with universal favor at the : olol rIa44 .I Parties can be accornmodifed with private rom thorough ; and the pupils will not be permitted to

many a patriot", to unite with one of the com. City In"(iiutifln, South Doston, !, ., 1 'leel uawil- the community, and t the proprietors' will !;pac: Fancy and Staple Goods. Good and attentive servants ready ar any and all pass over any study without an intttmte acquaintance
battauts Ji'lg to he without it in my practice.. neither esel?ions nor expense to give i ch incread hour, thy or aiht ; and vi-itoi-s may rest a?nrrd vttb It. Tim will especially the case with
10 overthrow the other. I' 1 'lave given a bottle of'this medicine to Pr. John value interest t and attractiveness to the Ilrtlc.ril THE particular tenti"n of the trading public i is that every attention will be paid them. The on'lP the exceedingly important subject ol Mathematics. _

TLe polite41 fcentiineni ofthe party in pow.or Kiy i tif I his ;place and requested him to give it a ear, as will render it superior in every respect > to my new Slocl f'1 rai and Winter will always be furnished with the best of OYSTER" in the different! branches ol which, pupils will be

is founded upon! the public good( the con. i tridl. le has done sn, and is nov cnlliu!ia"tic in its all \'olumelhat have preceded it. Besides tl'original } Goods, which. are being on 'as low as can and other"articles. I the best the market aflords. Hot I thoroughly drilled, ant' required to give the reasons

Mitution i i. iu guide and public opinion the prais": T.e same i! true of Dr. J. 1J. Jenh.w. productions ol the editors, the Foreign ant\ be found at any' store in this city or elsewhere. The Cfffre always on hand lor each step in every calculation.! _
\\ ho is no-.s isin it in fIR family. As to lmtsli., Correspondence of a large lit t of conlribu stock embraces every variety "of FANCY. GOODS, W. J. SMITH. The clashes j in M'iic: Dr.ivvins, Painting. WaxWork

tribunal to which iu policy submits, in a heal. I panlla, our community use Itch of different pre t/iire of the European and .Am'ricau Ma;. such as December I 1,1S tO. 47 4tMeNaught and Emarolut'rv.VIII beamier the care of _
thy political' atmo"phcje, or otherwise it becomes article. Hut azines, selections from the Mrs. Harfson and t there i is no Institution'; North or
II parations ol tin? from my knowledge .,.___ .. :..,. most_. t. interesting_ ica- Plain and figured S Iks,_ 5 Cambrics, Linens, ; _
revolutionary. Theiefore, whichsoev.f of hem and I the .', ence of any good; re.iultsl'ollow- nous O InC Ut)u' win irequenuy DC given. Such lea Satin-, plain and ft run d. S} Laces, Ediins, & Ormond I Juth, \\here these waancnes are taught more tnoro'i -

ofthe tWo great parties that have hitherto : ing their thC, I coirb ilr it my duty a a Physician (tires as have been found lo he attractive wil be re-,,Swiss mid other Muslin*, Bareges, Gimps, now received their fall stock, comprising hly or scient i ideally.
to discountenance lITed- 'lamed and new ones added. .The : of De Lames HAVE The scholastic year of ten months i is divided info
Ribbons
alternately conducted the our Cashmere", S Gloves, ic., and well selected: as-ortmer.t of all articles -
government, shall, i But the article of Dr. Corbet comes attended wilh Time," by N. P. Willis ; I Brief Novels ;" I Piquant -, Alpacas, Lawns, }< 11l1allrallt'd for, vz; : two sessions; of five months each. Pupils can enter
by the accession ofthe third now known r .' Stories at anv time and will only be charged! until the
party it
names sufficient In cstahliiii! ; or a reputation that ; tlC sparkling wit and amus-ing anec vilh a splendid assortment cf other Fancy Goods Diy) goreN-coar!e, fine, atH I trrcy,
by the designation. Free toilers, lor any oth. \ cannot be "h.ken. and insures ('or it a sale com men. dote, news and gossip! of the Parisian papers ; Ptrsonal too numerous, In enumerate, principally bought at Shoes, Kerseys, Line\, Os .'""'njs &.C., end of the term. I

rr consideration then a compromise that will buratejtli' it* value. It i in iii,: only ariicleof Sarsajmrilla sketches of Public characleis; !'lie '!tiring :he celebrated STEWART establishment in Broadway Blankets.' Hats, Caps. nod Ho'.if'r>, PRICES OF TUITION.

be satisfactory to the dUcomfuited party, seize I I have any confidence! in, aid shall, tint he<. scenes of the city we Ii\ein ; a chronicle of the epres-ly for this market. Ready made Clot Ling, Cloaks,Umbrellas, Parosols, Juven:le Dcpartmment-Reading. Spelling Wrf
itato Ireely to recommend it. Wjll tend rne fo I bdies ; I the fashions anJ fashionable .
the got eminent, the same will be revolution. you ncI the facts and gossip Mv stock also embraces a superior assortment ot &c., ting and Mental Arithmetic, per Term of five
some of racli article ? ; outlines news ; the pick of Kn-: DRY GOODS, with every varietY v Plantation Ihrdware: ,Tinware, Woodware. anti Cn-ckery months' $10 017

ary, aud ihc whole character of ihe governineut Truly jour ohedienl f-r\ant. gush information and biilhancx ; the wit, humor, Coods, (iroeeiie$, Boots Shoes, Itatf, Caps, Sfe., Salt. Iron, Nails, PaintOils, and Varnishes First CIa.I s Reading Writing, Spelling '
"'iJ1IJe changed.Ve have GCO. I: UUDDINGTOX M. D. and pathos of the tnnei ; t life, literature .
one country J.fn .e., nnsurpa "cd bv any ever before oflered. Coffee Flour, Bacon and e-ther Groceries modern Geography,Grammar.and Arithmetic -
and u-e uphold the constitution" is the ar CO;:: EDWI IIUINLCV &CO., Sole Irolrittor.; society, and morals, and the Usual variety of careful Call and examine. D. C. WILSON. ToethcrVith a great ra1itty of Useful, Ornamental 12 0(7IS (
from the wilderne
gument. The 1'iee Soil party, therefore, be- For fally in any ijuantily, and appointed choostngs ciitici-m nf English periodical Novrmlvr 21, I IStO. 41 and Fancy Articles\ which they respectfully Second Cla!s-A i it hmef ic concluded Botany
in the United lteralurp. poetry will still coi.tinuc lo invite the attention purchasersand promiseto
iu Agents St tea and Canada Modern Geography, with the the of
composed ufapostate wings and democrats columns.
; < t'nich thMl Dissolution of sell really low for cash or produce. E.\erci-es, Rhetorical
LEWIS AMC Partnership. globe Parsing ,
within its IJo"oll1l1l1 I & A, no tnorf of (lie fiu.st nvntirr rri'lleprinted
comprises the copirl
unprincipled MCNAUGHT& OUMOXD aNn expect, Ihronsjhrrt Writ ,
Sole Agents for Reading, ing. fIlinzand Defininz., OO
the ill the nf exNt-
demand partnership practice Law. .
of both parties. Measures go hand in hand i Talahusee tlal ablfluttl' rrt/tiiier, and TilE the season, to purchase and advance on COTTONS. Junior Siudiea- AzVbra! (;'( raphy of '
_. teifiii irith
----- 11"1 ublclLrl .. November 41
10,18-13.
-- '
-- ,
with the -- -- / Newport the HII'orvAnahical
that
policy dictates. lithe Heavens Botany,
be
policy the In-winning i ft .ll"ilabl lo ub.icril/r iritfioutdilay lear, under the name alcllll vie of LONG WALKFR,
MARRIED ,
constitutional, t>o is the party which originates I to avoid any tiaf>]>ointinetit in fie early, and lasdisolvtdby mutual consent t on the 2Uth instant. New Store and New Goods. Parsing in the Poets, Riding, Essay. .
In Columbia County on the 20th h allt'n'tiull \Vritlnz, (daily,) 20 oo\
) fie tn unfinshed J Binc111. ;
but OJr
it? ; no party can be constitutional that lo\'crblr. jn omj>l rfffipl of paper. joint con-
would the Rev. Sam'l. 15. Footer Mr. SILAS L. NIIJLACKto '' Hosir .JOURNAL published inue U. be afiven, except in cases where a differentirangemenfmay THE: subscribers have rented the store formerly Senior tl1dif:3--\'gehr"' concluded. Ge. ..
abrogate a single of the 'TU-u every that ,;f ,Chemistry,Logic,
guarantee ATTALLA all of said Saturday No. 107 Fulton street Ycrk Iw agreed upon, an.le are bothaithorized by Mr. McDnnjial, adjoining ometry.Trigonometry
at
coast ltUtItI. Democrats and Mial SC.'IWROUGI lc.w Mr.Knijrht.lhre'edoorsbtlow Mr. Burne's, and will IntellevmuatPhilosnphy, Natural Philosophy
whig bewarethe '. t'e: very low price of t two d >.car. or three to settle and receive dubs due the firm.
Free Soilers have no love for either of Count copies"_ for five dollars! payable 1\'ar."I l.r..a in Ivanre., 1 DAVID S. WALKER: has taken an office for the open in a few days a General Stock of Good, con- Moral Philosophy, and Latin. -;"

you-when the soft -- lettersremittancesand communicationspost pe lent over the Sc'ff'If Silas F. Burnej.MCDICUS sisting:' of Dry Good, Silk Goods, Tanry ditto Hats (optional,) Daily Essay Writing 25 OO,
(
enticing whisper .
comes illarinc T paid) to be I : A LONG continues in the office heretofore and Caps Boots and Shoes, Clothinz. SaddleryGroccrie Muic crt Piano. 5 Oo .
gently to our cars, lo woo, rem-mber that ttHi. atdrp"ptlMOHHS / WILLIS, Ncw-Yoik. accujiiid bv himself and Mr. Wjlker. *, I Hardware, Woodware, and Tinware. v\hich Use of Instrument, & OO .

the leaders of that party were once dUtin.guished ---- -- -------------- - --- ---- --- .- -------- M. A. LONG. I they will offer toy sale on the most reasonable terms Drawlnzand Pamtinc -10 OO

as members of either the whig or TOUT OF ST. )AIus-Auu1vJu: Sale 7 1830. -- D. S. WALKER.Talllhassee for ca h or country produ e.. !,! Was Work and Embroidery, each. 10 00
democratic and then Dec. on HLmday January NII.t.. t' W. 40 3t fly; close attention! tlf bu remember Brig Baker New
that Henry York.
party 1. Gadsden Sheriff Sale. at which they offer their Goods they hope to merit ., It will be perceived that $2i 00 per terra is Ihe .
poliiical! apostacy is a henious vice and crime Hare Isabella, Prlle. Boston. I highest price that can be charged for_.tuition lathe '
3. John George Andl'l son, Paine, N. virtue of n writ ol" (fieri facias, i issued from flip Just Received, a share ol public patronaze. I
atulagou to treason, and decline the guilty Yurt. BY, BUTLER & DENIIAM. i literary' and scientific branches: ,including the ancient
5. Scliouiier Itcchibite, Jamaica. lice of the Clerk of I Ihe Circuit Court lor I tllf Briij niiieliiic from New York! an J S-hr. ,
union. Down then with the Free Soilers County' ; in the Middle Circuit of f the PEr from New' Orleans per N. B. They are prepared to make literal advance I Ianuagf' .
Garden
N. K Vocal llI..icTiU be (aught to all the
CLnAKin. their friends in New York.October
COTTON shipped to pn-
for their purp:>se is both ambitious and revolutionary State Ir nlrid1, wherein William. Forbes is ,Iain. 50 bolts Kentucky flagging, on
Dec. 1 J. Bri? Billow, Corlburn, New York.: and George J"". Stahl is defendant, I have (levied 27, IS49. 43 pus without charge.
(lie that: shall now bold! the balanceof liT 10 hales Gunnv uu. ().)c hall terms of tuition are considered as doe
.1. Buk Edward, Buckley, upon, and will expose for bale, at public! outcry', to 50 coils Jute Hope, -
and the whole the middle the
direct it to the of New Goods &c. in advance at termScholars
power
preservation -
r ScIi'Mtner, Win. R. Ieles, New Orleans the highcs'! bidder, before the Cant I House door; in !i') do Kentucky Hope from abroad cn obtain board in '

the compromises the constitution, will in. -- ---- -- -- the town of Quincy' on the first Monday in January 50 kegs Buckwheat, DRY GOODS. GROCERIES; HARD WARE, families la the city.. good_ _

deed prove himself a tecond Washington. I. O. O. F. 1S! .V(>. within. legal hours, the following de cl. 10 do. ( ..shteis Butter, BOOTS and SHOES, &.'. 'i -lEFEHE.NCrs : <. '"
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Dark hours arc at ha.id Patriots of all bed property to wit : 25? bo\e family Chee, Just received and furo.tlc bvGEORGE I A. E. MU'lVELI.. Joii.v S. SUE1'ERD, Car.

lies, stand by your CuUnlr"uh! n remember par.. Leon Loilpe, No. 5, will celebrate the annUernary The N W 4 of Sec 10, in T 2, N of R 3 W.. and I lot kegs N ail -3, 4, :5, (t J, 8, 10. 12. CO.? n. BESTWICK. I I lITO Mij.? RI H'b. hAYWARD, I Ret. S. Woopsut.lion. .. "!
tin W J of the N E 4 ol Sec 10, in 2, N of R Fur flaIl. by S. F. BUKXTNWmber NovemberISt.) 45 I .
of its institution : J.'Uf E. BROOMK. Hon. T. W ERE"'A..r
it is ballots which! this Wednesday next, by a public *
your create gov. W., being the land on which the Mil! known as 17, I",HI1i Tallahassee
crnmrnt, beware into whose han'Js proreyion and an Adirc! Smith's are J. Sale at Bargain..kA .
you com- Mils .ituat --------- -- For a NovemberI7,1S4. 45 ,
mil the\ administration Remember that you The members will meet at the Lodge Room at 10 Levied upon a!I property' of said defendant t, and Receiving from New York PAIR of family HORSES-younz. and .

are tie good Samaritan to bind the wounds o'clock, A. M., and all Biothci* in good btan.iin ate to be fold to satisfy* s iid \\it of fi. fa. Jenll.-wi1l be sold at a bargain: if .
I'meline large I f Notice
" up SAMUEL B. LOVE, Shciitr. 1)ER 1'rig a assnrlnent of Japaned .
that the Incite has received by fulling in.iltlllo be present. The procel:1on formed I and f.incy articles: ol Tin-w.ueembracing most for "xomi together with a snug t
arntnig wile Quincy Jceruer S !S4fJ.H t ts. this OJke hereby given fo all whom it may concern fr
:(',. A DEMOCRAT.Appointments at 1 o'clock, will then march up} Monroe streetto --- ol (the aitjclrs in our lineI o on hand a few 01ElIlpirl"s family November Carriage 17,,IS50.nearly new..J:Apply at IS a promisiory note for Ihe sum of five hundred it4

--- McCarty street, down McCarty street to the Ma. Kale on JuldaJanUlr7, ISoO. Patent Cooking Stows, Air-light and Cot. ---- dullnrs. given by true sometime in July ot A*rgu t, '
sonic tajje Stoves for paflor, Palenl Pumps, Suar.lllptrs '- Sale 1SH.I and made parable In E. C. Corbet 't>t bearer '
Hall for
the wheiethey will joined by the Masonic Buggy
by Secretary nf Treasury.UICIIAUD Gadsden Sherif's Sale. and Skimmers of dillVirnt nizes, and a general
the of
and duo can IWb November, IS 19, and as Iheroniideralinn
T. UIUCIICTT Collectorand Lodge ; returning thence *o Adams street, ilounAdorns value (IfSa writ of fieii facias, i issued from tIle assortnipnl of inatml-ictured Tin IVare. BY MILLER & EROKAV7.pHEY f..i which said note was given has en*- .
Deputy street to the Capitol where be BY of the Clerk of the Ciicuit We are prepaied tocxeeutej.'b j work in Tin. Cop- will
they wi office ( Ccoit for the have just 1 received and tirely failed i am determined not to pay the *ame.
Inspector at St. Marks, vice A. \. AL. the Sons of thence f in the Middle Circuit rf Ihe PCT, aid Sheet Iron ofinp.c. Orders stem city _I few good! BUG.1.LGYS do the
joined by Temperance uj Monroe County) ( O.dsrtI. o.: :: : keep on hand a unless compelled to III) bv tfefdicf of a jar
EXAMEB, removed. street. lo McCaly,and thence to the Ptebbytciian Stale of }/ Robert: L. Edmonds i is or country promptly attended T.t It) WHITE & Co.Nnvcmnter '- ,which they will!sell low lorca.h.vtln of twelve bune men ; and this is lo notify all perSons -'I

JOHN PUTNAM, Inspector at Cedar Keys, Church. plaintifF, Hezekial Smith i is defendant. I have ? : .er 17, IS 19. 45 : not to trade (for the same, unless at their own .
vice AUGUSTUS STUULG removed. levied upon and will expose for sale, at public outcry 17, I li t'l: 45 risk. J. M.. HILJ. 4

HUGH T. 1 FISIIKU Collector The order of exrrcisrs at the Church ,'i be, I. to the bidder, before the Court House Notice.THE November 17, IS.'19. 45: 4t

Deputy and Honors ot the Order ; 2. Ode by the Choir; 3. door, in the town of Quincj, on time first Monday in Groceries, &c.
Injector at Tampa ,vice Joiix G. PAL. creditor and persons entitled to distribution
Kay, January, J Ih50, within legal hours, the following described
)ER removed.As P.a3eri; 4. Ode by the Choir; 5. Address; C. Ode, t to wit : JUST received from New Orleans, the estate of Edward Hill Wilder, late of Notice.

and 7. Renedict ion. One propeity woman, named Rachel.. barrels Maznolia Floor. ( Gadsden County, deceased, arc hereby notified thai SIXTY FIVE NEGROES frrsale at my plantation :'
a strictly neutral it The will then re-formed and negro 20 .. St. Louis tlu-ir claims will be barfed ii not presented within Lake near lamonia consisting of
print, might be procession b proceed Lc'.ied upon as I he property of said T ndint, and
d 40 brrxes Cheese, of this notice. Men Girls and Families five W.use
after tit* publication Boys. good
supposed by that writ of fa. Iwo years
some sold said fi.
the i to to satisfy
our duty was alone to respective Lodges. b SI\ 3f.curf.d hams ,.
t 2 casks JOHN M. W. DAVIDSON, Adm'r.TQ.iincy Servants,and a good Blacksmith. Any person wish -
Jo chronicle the fWegoing, leaving pub. Ladies and gentlemen and the public generally are December SAMUEL 1st. B. 4 LOVE ts Sheriff. 10 kegs Goshen Huller November 3, 181943 8vv lag Iu buy, will have the servant deliveredit their
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'opinion to pass upon its justness and pro- invited to attend at the Church. Ouincy. 5 barrels (hl Mnnongahalia \Vhiskej1, -.--- __ T -- - holne*. K- G. PO.NDEK.
priely, without comment: of our COMMITTEE 10 Kectifii-d Notice. .1 I November 11. IS.f!.. 55 4t -;' -M
own. Such OFTurk's Rent
TiE AnnANoJIE1T For ,
Las heretofore been 10 sacks Green Havana CofTee, '
our course upon thin re. Dwelling House at I."af and Crushed Sozar, lXrnonths arter date, I will apply to the lInn
occupied Killer.A
present Pain
tl .
\ of the head of an office. TH S of Probate fur the County of JefTerson for
They having Island Salt. Mrs. P. A Hayward. The Houw 2 hid. Brownr do. Judge
the conservative power of the Senate to pr-P is flt' and commodious. There i i. a good Dried Appl" Vines, &'., &:. letters ot$ -dismi! ion as administrator of Anderson FRESU supply of Perry Dui Pain 51Ierjnstxreceived

4 t.ec them, we have been willing to leave 500 BUSHELS for sale by Cislcin on the\premises, and a Stable. Pmli sion AH of which will be sol.l at the lowest prices by Sneed, late of said County, deceased. t1. and for !A>" bv. _
J In them BETTON HICG5. GEO. H. BESTWICK. WILLIAM SNEED. T. WHITE & CO., AgcnU..
of
iss hands. But & given 4 n the firbt January. -
euch is not the cass with V ccmbtr 6.151$. 4S-4w Diavbcrl, lSI '. 41 41 November 17, ISt. 43 ) JefTtrion County, October 23, 149. 41! 6m November 11. :8':9is


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4 STONE MRS. DEMILLY CAUTIO.X i\Tt
THE KVERT.OAY LIFE OF LORD BACON. cgal bVtttt5tmtIlI9. LAFAYETTE BURR MILL _
M.iJTUFACTVRLVG COMPJUfY* A m<* fcf tt.e BVM .r cr-tF hi ".:>. ,.. SI,
modiuti'oo fee often hfcdfrmaic in
During i. .55 of th. r.Tnw..4 $S1",4'p
3OLTO'SJtiLDI'G, RIVER IT, rfWT or WUITAEE2,
1 mother room, hjrwbich'hh fane/was enlircn.rd. In Leon Circuit Court.IN 5aaptnfla. bc5 ib.r,1fl (N.T' .bi,

I He had ttitrijr! lilllo whim and |* culiar.ijlef CHANCERY. SAVANNAH, GEO.JMi ..u'auqti ()FJTMf..C.ecisP' Jon e'n'

dnrvtr. aid never w*,; INK a' te t1i tCDr_
.: w tuhi0 *wLJch mny excite a smile, for In.afaoce. Caleb H. Blood Complainant, SBSiSTILLUei. TENDERS hr thanks ta her NMids.nMtf. tie tttv Yet Wt. This 1 U *>

?I in the spring h would go nut for a tL Litif r RESPECTFULLY public g. nerallr (lor the liberal I ike prrje c(5aiaiat e.t Swb5I aim, bo eI

:, drive in hit open coach wbiUt it rained to re. -_ T David P. Hogue. Adia'r. of C. C. hail, Ac., and .>atronj she has received lo,rfcerly, and for a con- I :on li. fX* Jit ti MORJfUt.YK Crb'1Jt T.wss..d $

I ccive (in the quiint language of Aubrrj) **the : Charle Mapes, tt a/. Defendant tinuancpcf the same,ifte ca co&Odettly >av that for oxsa'jrjz oirr.k .fc.wria. .. Sitmfly e.is

benefit of which he TT apjjeirinj by affidavit made in this cau'e that the coming season unusually strict attention will heriven ; !! bavisf on i: t; CrJ f cnt nf *rm .

irrigation, was wont toMy J. the said delemhnt, Chailes Mapn, esides ont ol to her D'isine5. Her table hall not be surpassed Inn ,s.d hit .lJ,4I2f. (tl9 ** 5C_ r. C. .

was verj MboIrsonieVlxTauge of the ni. the State of Florida but in the United State : It M by any of this place. Hunters '-ill be continually I'rnt (

;: ire in the air and the universal spirit( of the Ordered, That the aid Chule Mapwdo appear and "enplojed during the winter .or the wild u.A

t world. He had cttraordinarj notions res. plead or answer th bill of complaint filed in this ;<.Die o"f the forest and IT the feathered fowl ot the a.
uithin four months from the date cf the first -
can-< take". :
ttf nitre and conceived it to
virtue
rwctlngtbe publication! of ibis older or the said bill will be taken \ Her ntriof chirgci Doaraanu noard and Iodg.
I be of inestimable value in the preservation .1! for confi4d aai.t him Provided, That a
r : ing per day. week, month or year, hal! be sali lac- .4
health. So great was hit faith, that be sal copy of this <-rd r be published in some newspaper tory fo her patron

'4.: lowed three grains that drug cither alone published in T lliha ,eef for the j-pace of tour A stable, with a ((nnd oilier, is aitachol.(

e or with ftafiron, in warm broth, every morning moot his. THOMAS BALTZELL, J ge. "4 fl September, IS 19. 3S 6m

during thirty years He seems to have been Dated November 5, 1SJ9. For New York.

v very fond qnackinj hiimelf once a week A true copy frorr the originaL .
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he took a do,e of the ** water of Mithridate," OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk.
Nevmber2l,1tt.1 1 -16 -Im
I diluted with strawberry water. Once a month

; nl leas, he made a point swallow inz a grain Middle Cixouit of Florida. Jetween$

: find halfof cattor' in his broth and breakfast ;
a GAY'SEXTRACT
4
'4 Leon County Circuit Court.-In Chancery. TIlE REGULAR LINE! OF PACKEport, will ,,
for two wicce ire days. And every sixth or OF CANCHALAGUA JL New York and ?t Marks and Jefill trade 's'

seventh day he drank an infusion of rhubarb ANA .VAIITsjAriwrix J\MFS D. TRACK- commence runnmz at the opening fur, *iz: -

in white wine and beer immediately before hi* A CALIFORNIA 1'LAVT UVMCPICAIj I %$ WELL, Adniui: trstnr of William Tradeweil.IT and continue throughout the fnlu ler, OLD) 1)11.) JACOB TOWNSEND: ,

.pp.arir. [ to the Court on the affidaiit cf corn- I Rn4 WARfLLA, Joiehn do.
YII1TUC.
U dinner. He made it a point to take air in TtlEORlCIXAL M3COVERER OF TUB
the defendant tl "
piainint'. Solicitor that in :< OCILLA, Trims do.
:.. some high and open place very rnorn-ng, the A CERTAIN PREVENTIVE AND CURE FOR ab"e tall cau=M> d.xnot reid in FIorih. bit in \"\ on hano and fortnle BURR STONES LUCY, H-v do. (new.) I Genuine Townsend Sarsa parila.

thin ho afier ttlnriM and he Ferrr and -1gur, Centvmptien, QsIai, 4kI4s It Ordered That the \ \ from 1 IS inche to 7 feet and it sutli- "
Carolina
; .r ?, possible, e. .J tfima, Dronehtila .SVr././ QuitS the State ot South : M j we jeide Si\VANNEE, Ch', do. (new.) fill In rows.eg1 i I' rn ob""!*" yesr nf rr. aid IAS ->
lected a spot where he could enjoy the perfume Influwey.
li'ienmaiitin, .Vrura/gia, l4inltOZo. bill on or before the irH dy .sf Iec.mhernextott stoies hisvt r been od! in the State, of Georgia, AJ-! Thrf Brie*are bn.Vade. and romtnanded ORIOIM-1L TOflXi.VIa .ft.5I'fi-
ofmukk, roses, and sweet violets. Besides thus Para! u, P/nuity Jmindirt, Jyj>rpit, Costitfiittt are L,1."* Be'mj p"*. be w.,rum;'.liril tn limit it in''wva .
be taken .1mi it t ma. North and South Carolina, and Viramia civitf
i eonjetto.
ers i r Te same pro ,
expie-sly fortcd and
may nsr Captains. Freight paa- U ha. b.e,, kept.wi$c f ni rtn. ar4 th* .a.-
r : breathing the p'ireair nature, he was fumigated Piltt. Dyttnlery, Luopfy, Luttr ComItisonltrt ifLirlIturdrsed, Tl.ot thi notice bV published in the most perfect' S3tnfjction for both Corn and careful ndexpeae. Asrentg %itncribed hUb m *n w thne ra. ird kU .,, ,

with the fl:4 ke lign-aloe. with dried plczinlt. Bdlin'i, ('ullJJaifl ISrPQ&8..lJ'sSioiia, <(newspaper j>rinted in the Middle Circuit cl Wheat. s. cat -lo--toE; ANDERSON & CO., t rulne It 534 ira he.t the r.r' nf miitv. newnVte'lh ,
('tlaflOu, 'nnt in GsiuraI.orfaagec Hem- ; hwirfd at tfft lhSP4'. .*4 -ae4
who bxdbeen
?* : : bays, and rose.Tmy, adding once a week a lit- OMructian t'/iutf, In-iigtttivii. Jtpratfd Florida for four mont ha a< prcci ibetlhv law. September 2t 164g. 3S 3m n 10 Beaver street, New York. (rum<* ptrutnt e.&k. pr..cnird it .,retanrc ,,p4 ezdezft

tie tobacco. On! leaving his lied he was anointed and Drftctitc .ippctitti, and all diseasesoriZiflaIii THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. JOHN DENHAM, hEALING POWER.gnowsor. .
NEW GOODS. ht4. h, '.
July O.Atruecopy. macy *fITZ if sht b* by 'oe
all over with oil uf almond*, mingled ". inCuu.tlpatlou Attest : D. McRAENY, CIiV. r Newport. ind ejjjefMriiee. ,ievcd n *nieie wh.cim w.mM t ..' K'jlrUb'.e
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; with silt and safiron, anJ this was tQlloweJ by ol the Ban els, or July -21 tsly -2, fly J. L'. k'fE.v, D C- JAMUQ XJ. OAM33UO , n.ibe4 to brtn5 (
gentle friction. He was rather a hearty feeder IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It T>receiving by the Ann Ehiza,Vincent,Lucy.Ocilla, Florida Land Sales. virtue* would bt *nen ,o
and when preferred game and poyl. aad ihe State of Florida. Monroe County. 1 Suwannee, ic.. &.c., a large supply of fall anwiriler *' Ic An-tion ef f the m" re 'ie4 : .. X
.. young cues tone *i2<>r to Cigeslite organs -- \TlLT. offered at numerous tract t1K.1YI> .1.YH -\F.Q[.1 .ED PK F.P.I R.1TH'i -*
: try, but in after life, gave the choice to butch and i i-j'i I emai Uahle tor it i.fnhsaaU7a engthtning, Smith Mow Goods, which he invites hii customers iJ V\ valuable Land, at the place-* and lime fjl-! n m2n ctnre!le-i 5.' thr ii
rv, ) the public lo examine. A few lensih sot brwdtn of th. 'In.t. *** ii 1.3(.ir3
ifr gallons of thr >ut the
ers' meat, well beaten before roasted. At er. and llettoratitt Pfojxrtift.Publirlj ... [ BILLINCHACERY.Jnspjih Frenrii: Brandy unsold. win f :, \iz : tnepatile ('C arener'iti..n I.? deterhrVftn.
admitted by Dr. Town* nd, Manufactu- yet At Pen-jacola on the 4lh December next. i #. P TinnrviMT. it mmprs's w& .. apui
Latnn. L'aiike
;
1 meal his table strewed with flower ) roue
cry wan let of "Townyend1* Sai.3i-arilla! ," to be mne1 IM atlidaittha'J'"P1' Lawton September 2!>, IS-lO. 33 '. Milton, Siita Koo Connty, on thefllh Dec'r.a' eeer chinjM hot fir iS>e Uet .r.bec.ir it e, \prer.d.

.. and sweet herbs. halt an hour before supper Far Better than Sarsaparilla." I apeariflZt4P dHend nt in the bill filed intr- above cause, re Confectionery Encheear.na. Walton Co., on he 10th I ns pri.tip1e. atoi y the tnntife b..i mm. Thr o(bitte it,. art.'ttnm'h. tIROW'4Pthm.ii..tn. )aa te.,

;. he took a cup of wine, or ale, hot and spiced, ..idfut tf! the .Sttc of Flnr-a >r.d in Kurop: an and Roach', Iiufl, Washington Ccuaty, on the rf r.-1'i'.mn..s in the iwtnnC'tturr of the (.Ka l '*
rienmls
'1114 [
:iIn ci-rroboraiion of the above, read the KINDON '" his well ko..w nw r :
; an.nesed t-
would Ihe'r.cr4r.Ia n >
and during wine in which and im 3th December. 5ars%tnr.ia'I:
once supper, g'lld 11 1. OrtltrtiI. That said dteM appear anwer HENRY ha "n hand. ad: 'md
cnmmuniraiionk rDlef..f4.
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had been quenched. The first draught which a the said bill within the Ime l>re.cnbd by law, gener/Jv.'acturiiiANDIEsof/ tb' ? 'll kind, At Mariaant. JacVon County, on the 15lh Deer. wh!c'B'*nZ4IZ3S re inert Wt5..r w ie'.*%.. and nthr wh'.ei ir ei.s a* t loaclusivt Tcslicoay and Proof Positive ttber.i4e it kUll be taken" c"tdc-o. ;/ 1. further u .ontarfllv! in '- rntrsiiI;. talhonn C,., on the 17th 1 il (.J fl. t.a.40cfrr.tfatlt&va and .eiL wnieb i -
he drank dinner always hot
at
or supper was -rdn be such a : Gad-wlen the 10th the i'iIfI :i.et r the proerue..'C rtsum
ruo't: THE GRAKFEMJKR CO.XPANV. Ordtred That co" "> >* publish Cjnincy. County, on iurkut to
and on retiring to bed, he ate a piece of bread Sir:-You are aware that, as originator of the ed in some newspaper, a rinf'd( in the Slate of Florida hJElPFNT, LEMON DROP 1 Taiaha--e! *-, Leon County, on the 22J tre *" ttlctue thI the, tnt Cr-trely,rtmved e a|.iwve by amJ tcttMttfe< oi rweu.t ta tk.
.MN LEMON CANDY. if they ore
>> I ":
steeped in a mixture of wine syrup of roses and Grarffnkrz Company, I must have bad ray attention once a month fo nin1"1'1*; wiNTIKGREEX ri\ BARLEY CANDY, MoOticelio, JefTer-'on Co., on the 27th prepatflt snnR ,ialv Ti thfle pi.er..nci.4 n tt'I .

amber, and washed it down with a cup of ale called to the numeiou Medicines presented to JOS. B LANCASTER, HOARHOUND, a' : !at1son; Court Hone, on the 2th CCC $01C1'II pri0c? .which d> tl off j atjjcsl.ipnr. or ii ,ii**i ehi I theiTr *,
the I hate -A- D1S So.Cir.Fa.THOS. ; Hamilton County, en the 1st Jany z,.n. on'* fnfert
public patronage. watched with much KevWet March '* 9Judge Jasper .
to his and send v'it.e.
s.c co'nposs spirits him to sleep. And vaiirti1' others, amorit them several that are to"t. wb irrm lo u r ii
the introduction of the for Cm- tor Columbia Co", on the 3d "
mierest Canrhatagvn into F. KIMSrtl- i, Alliij Any prnna r.B nm <>r >:rn inm* nil ihP Tr rrl> fork rnrs4V.quu4.
In the cJdt lo manufacture -
he fond of of useful lot andcouahy.aiid prepared
spring was a glass
spiced fhi country by jourielf; and sm free to say that no A true roc from the! minulf* : be ordered both TCRM :-One fourth pavable at the time of ile. I. which a mre f s.n tb. c".r r;nMi: r i r tn. wii i*..5
and all kinds that .
? wine in the and an} < may from any thm at -h -. K.IA men tmr t.i inii>ut ,r 'f-I.'<
megranate early morning, Medicine stands so de your wholesale pid let ail.He md the balance threeeiuah liquid. < eetcn win ...ir moi--... ,nd t.a.i e>'. SA8
: greatly enjoyed water.cres These little <>f that mtaluable! plant. In itriifami'y I have April 14. 15 IJ> RL- HICK I). C. ii a4! prepared to carry on HaVir. in all its Persons desirous to know what psrlicular !if.iC' APAKII.l.A F.XTRACT pf YRrP. Bat -am I>Marttrlo -

- 0' points may be unimportant in thcrnvslves, but .f Brcnchiiis.
they assist us in drawing, a mental portrait of case( Fur allcomplainls which extjui-ite lakes and Pie*. I'aities and the public ippiication lo the Post Masters at the above named .
require the prompt and ihori'gs. purification if the rpjpcreditersand> nerson* entitled to distribution notice >ltre*. rr to the sub-criher at Tahlaha-sect.y letter .
.
the man.-Bentley't can alwav jff accf>mtn >datd bv Diving timely 1 Tb' rt o prepsr l. tisa; nil tac nert i r }-enir of "fc* i>vmcui
4 Miscellany. blood, I deem your Canthalagua, my far iijttrior the e&tate of Daniel Ma;hhurn, late ol Gad ,
I ;i the Rakry and Confectionary on JrTer .on street, lostuze paid. itptfl r.wet rr Ir'i rrus'frd. 05'V :his cci'be .t e
at
to any and all Ike Surmjiai ilia* of the day, jppJountv.di-ceased, ar. hereby n.tilied Ihid t their ite tie .ivellon Room of K. //. Berry, Esq., JOHN BEARD, Reside .* of f.rm.Btatrt; a. u mr etr laB and icith them all! lam well opr o particle of n-nlirxl virtue .' srcurni :n m.nt *ad cr.crr..it'ru
acquainted barred if Lar-d for the State
The following are the coucluding paswetof dims will be not presented within two Tallahaice, Dec. 1G, ISIS. flhIE.inQrurEaso cf Public ot Florida. ,; au'S ihoi nTm' r'ndred acrpt"e fIo.srany .1 .' Table

an address by Bihob Doane before the tru!. J. T. MARSHALL.! ears oiler the publication of this notice.R Tdllaha-uee, An-;. IS. ISJ). 32-Sra and be iin*poerties.. i'repa'rr6 ix :hs nay. tt is ouuie Ui*
K. GIBSON, HrtmtPi UT Div. I'.M. 7 Wolt |iO> errii! .teert n tits
OT>- The following papers will publish the above
lees teachers and students of
Burlington Col. FROM At EMINENT LAWYER IX N OflTItAMpToN Admini-tratcr >?t botns non. Quincy, October 10, 1549. 5 mce a wek Inr three rnnr.ths, and send their acronntj Cure of iiiunnirablc (disease
lege on the last anniversary of the National Q-iincy, Ni v.m'>fr 3. IMf.tl sw No. Herts the mt "n wa. e near t..nn"s4.iO.Yef
"
MASSACIICSETTS.NORTHAMPTON. General; (/tiers, 2. to the Roister : IB us ftvnr by nien. women md ebudrco. We 6nJ ..iI ti>n>;
;i Independence. Feb T. I I 1ST. Tt several Regiment* cf the 21 Brizade will The paper in Pensacola, Marianna and Aj>alarh- I wrndvr, m th core of

And for the marks of men that are to make Dear Sir-I have long wished to see you ,Iat I Notice. A asen.te on their re-pecliv para rrounds fir cola ; the Savannah Gerrzian and tl.p Republican : I (piji.-r'O.V.5U-PTIO.V,,,.4 ,n RHr.tXJITtX I) Y5PFPJ.q. SCK rd "I.ifF.R Fl'f-1 'II.KS ro.V

a State. / set ih'm in ingeniuoiu might gibe ou an accurate account of tliermaika- r'HPcrpditor| legatees, and persons entitled review, lpection, and drill, at the time and f/iaccs !Jharle ton Courier and Mercorv ; Mobile Register \ COSTirK-VKSS. aS!i CfT.i.VhtiCS t:kCPTXS.I PtJfPX.TS.
.
.. biy.He ble cure of tny only daughter of a viole-t cae of J. trib.itmr. in Iti* e'latc i f Robert II. M. DJ- litreiriatr specified, viz : ,iid the Adverti-rr : Columbus Times, Ga.. and the I BJ.TIIF i-d s..' -rT -: >.. -ri, nrma

lock right at you, with his clear calm scrofula. She is now alir.ost three \earsJ* a5e. In vitiuui, late til Girl-den; County, !ecea->ed.are hereby Fifth Rf'itnent, in Quincy, December Sth. aet2h! Standard and the Register. j IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.
The glow! that mantles his in 'I alla'ia-ser' ceTiber l t.Sfventir J It r****"**'*gwtrve'toua rIrs ig a tt!! .niiiii%n-; zfrom
cheek face
last and
eye. on is February pylrid ->o e* upon the li'*f notified that their claim* will be haired. ii not pte- Sixth Riitnent, .' '
|- friiBi .iu-i.t / *c i' > a.-i tn m nu .a. orri ij -
tmitgeitta* q
*
of no kin with (shame ; it is but virtue's color, gland, made their appearance, and t crra edith wn'ed within two \eais alter the publication of this siment.in Monticello, November 2 ith.I&t Extensive Sale of Land and Slaves. j fcon. dtterTfl.flltt.'fl ..rI.J, t 'The f>..iJ. "eilptistioa of"if Van.i .

: : spreading from his heart. You know that boy Irijhtfal rapidity; one cf her evea1 became *o notire. JOHN M. W. DAVIDSON, Hatllion, Cizhth Regiment, at Madison C. II., O Y virtue of! a drcree of the Honorable Court nl er>ld fret ami banJi.cold cbiii!;< .,.4 hut fl.vfcepr :Ur 'j., If
badly ulctral, that to all it could never Nnvi'mnh.r 3 l l'I9.| 43 Sw lecutnr.: 2Oth''tvetnber' hi,, wit mt, rq.I fl Coldd (.as : -rd r..t -em t-
Qiiincy. 13
appearance fcr M idin Slate A Florida
Chancery Co'sr.ty, .
in absence as in The daikneM i is i [ cti>rttino ao 4 l e-oo: |p.r'.ir.t.n. rel.iiwI : Ltca: u( the
presence. a4in be restored. Th< .,itjn'cd for MX weeks, 2d Baltlion, Eighth Regiment, at Jasper, 17tl No- he sub cnber trill! offer( for oale.at public cutcti in I lun!,. tbnut :md evrry i.rfi-T i iri
not dark to him ; fur; God's eye lightens it.- the child being; a nr>st horribU, i htand the heart Notice. vtrnbciBallahn he town of MjJi-on. on Tuesday, the first day cf | Ent in po.h us ,. ." "'r I rrr .** miitfe"y see
_( He is of her whole of attached Sixth Raiment, in Newport, i kaowtril tbnn it aK k i.t' nnd -'ze. TFUMALE
: more prompt to own than do a wrong, parent? almo-i brokeir. During the months after ilale, the underMined. executor to January ne\f, that larze and valuable plantation COVPL.ITS.It .

:' .::1k readier for amendment than for .- this periled we used SARSAPAKILLA{ IN LARGE SIX the Ia.t will and testament of Lc is Stunler Noi inner 27th.2J.hecommi. ately occupied by Col S. II. Kuil r, decea**-d. con- ork 'romler' '-''-.of Fr.1Z,nr H'tit" Tr' of

t nothing possible. for which QUANTITIES, but th disease a* not arrested in ,',deceased, late of Leon county, will present his <" antI non.cnmmis'ioned aininjibout three thr.-j : Th'rt' you miy the least. While the disease wa* still at its height. final accrmnn a.id vouchers to the Hon.J>nlgc ol cenJll anible n the parade src'ind* of their This plantation is situated about ten ratie Rj-t o! I fy o' i'S !,M".i.iru\i jri ,i t- ikf ; and u : 0

:" not ci/u.1* on him' 5 and nothing good that I I happened nne day to call at the store of ycur ery Leon Probate Court, and a-k trtlie di-charsced. yesptflive Regiments the day belcre the re\ie\v. at he O.'ilia River, is remarkably healthy has 500'eU in runn2 rem'.in alt Jbe; s.fin i.f..Ko'By '.-. '*. /.<; .,.. .-j the e.rt sy.

- 0 t ax* pohble to him' and God. I ntlemanly agent in this place, and relating the LEWIS M. SAUNDKRS, Executor. 10o* "ck. A. M.. arim-d and equipped accoidin.to to 1 % cf water, a handsome Dwelling Ho'jse and I tent it t\e- tune ratl s:: B{" s..my. ami tiu*

i lhe : manner in which our child \\as afflicted, he advised h'.vrr drill and instruct i-m. with Om Fiz and P, enrri all drai! of
ILhe + earnest boy. Hit heart is Jmiv 21. 1S49. 2S >,mNotice. rro'ivJs, prnaraenJed e. >rr.e-
tornaVea trial took The regimneittal line ;viil be formed preci-ely NC1't. (llt.at3. and me ol Car.chalazua. I bat 3d
his jour ranite tree-, and ar. ex'ensive' vineyard. The out
hand
a'U
would
.
L all JtAhrob, in do. Hi* ad tho preweists t4'i orvrj 5.P > r *" nf f'Lhar
M.
one b.-tile, having no confidence, in it. but comnien at hl pnt t 1 II I 'clock. A. f and thorough repair There "
houses in
ar* nutrerou-i j ilaf
'be at >'p rao: tr0t4119* JfiK't'fte. i: I *ii* SmanafypTieftte
j Ikfcen ee ties on page of IIoniPr, or of cod amurf it acrcrilinsc t.t jour direction, stopping 4r. The ltrnzade Stat! will report for duty at the ire about one ihcoind acres of cleirtd! Und on Iht : Fitf. C-frufinnj.. SL.'.

'.. 'Plato, and never \v 4vers, till it tees right all other ny-dicmesat t once, and in jn"t t five das' the SIX months after date Hie( und'roienfd will apply paraie round* of the several Kcgiinents of the dBr14'k' tract, the w holt under rood fencing. The planti-! It ric.n'ea tJ |y: t .llhv action. tnnes.
iwellin decreased ._ the Hon. Judge of Probate (Ir I..eon County lie ,i.u.'tefl. '..:d -- s- .4I.rlr
the nicer
visibly hczan
to heal.I .
through it, znd has stored its treasures in his ion command* an extensive and unsarp2<*ed rari' itir ait e ? s i"f..r'P'1'e, ch* ski::,
1 I and khc improved rapidly for three weeks, and to cur for letters of dktnis-iun from the Estate of Arthur lJ.! The eotaimriiline oGrcrs rf Rrjirnents are | .-, et Sue t. ii *
for Cittle and Ho-*, and i j4 capable of beir.sr ea-il> Lao ; ; : > nrm so r
.clear mind. His fool has wings every Cr.L very treat joj was appatently cured-Ic-si than two HurneV, ,en. dcctas. ciatd! with I hitenion r4 l lhi, order. i divided into three or rao.e malrr! tracts T j rrnredts -- i *(;unlly..i, I-T.'r -e r,4' :;. )(P '''

: rand of beaer<4ence or mercy. And when bottle* havic; bern ti-ed. N'aminz this case to some JOHN S. HART, EV.Sfpttinb lIt, tf.ierof A. K. ALLISON. Bri:. Gen. ComV'Jill. cf and two notes: tube set | line* itt'FOU'tmar.. Pitc' 3I *wtri" th
; oie years : ': at. s '
: you see the l.ciu&ng ball fly highest, and frill of our incred-jlous friend*, they seemed to think that < f S. 15 in. ; 'tn ; Vr.nojfH. Adjutant Geneial.t' cured. f !let: wrcifme: Ten pre-fsisrouj: ilft

& .. the I tlie cure m'it have herntP>ctcd by the ue of theRSAT.IiILLA I-J' I'' Tt 'Irnt and the S'ibcriber will '' .
farthest from be- stand, and hear ringing At the same place, \ |; t .r inr< f ZS.p thing* M "W'R ''f S. f.Tnwo-ei. (9-
S \ atid it was not easy, under the Notice. offer for sale SIXTY LIKELY SLAVES. con.istin r.rr: t. .' ."n T. 3": : ) '' s- -.4j. >>*
about tbtt tbesiiia! of its I Tin
is Manufactory.
triumph, you I
may circumstance?, to arinc against that opinion : UUT c1x Months; after o".itf, -hall apply to the Judge of valuable field hands and house servants. Terras. COilPAREB WITH TEE OLD DRSh -
)>e sure that it wa his strong arm thut gave NOW FOR THE I'KUUK. When the child t CAVING enjjRzeiJ additional workmen, we are I bt well secured. | :iis'. "c '>" ;RA\nrtrr. that Use iwe is !NCAt".I'l.Sol
appear _) of Probatt" r-f Leon County !t.r a final setllenent I creditof twelve months, notes to tJflfcttivKAT:J\. s4NEVES
that ball the blow. ed to be perfectly cured, we stopped givinijlier jour ;jiccounls a- admi'ii'trtor .( HIP Estates L prepirrd to fill! all orders in our line in a The titles to the whole of the above property are SPOILS,

J tee them in the referential boy. He nev. extract, supposing all wa< safe; but in twenty-five of Je-ieTo\\ns and Daniel Town-end, clf-craicd. p/mpt and satisfactory manner. All ordt-r from indisputable. w bile the other 2oriJ Io-h:. ffm* thif. sjiit .v, -,-* ,,ekf'
day the i4tiic at the and tit! \ ill receive mmmcd ate attention. A m is ,,. ioeuien., ihe ics' >. a e-"
sits where ciders stand. His head is eruptions, running eye, and tor afinal ili=cliarelrotn the administration of country t RC MAYS. I a e. n j'ru :e soar ;
r never dn. >rt diii o'nr >- ts! Ms
swelling began to return. We waited five da> to All intcit-led will lake I iilial discount given to rnercha .Is and doalcn. Commissioner and Receiver. ) r 'r'f fi ( not .
hes-e estate* persons no- KB "vin u to tSw Ifkatf trsi i- --f
sysJsap'1- -
covered when superiors p.iss ; or when his if it would increased T WHITE&.CO. p
sec amount to any thing scriou It ice iccordinelv. i October2"lS4. 42 is rfifin firmj- ,-' rss* 4t1J V"lia? e ux rf. -,*, '
': motlif'* ECX U by. He owns in every house, rapidly 34 before. \Ve again commenced! BEN'JAMIN MANNING, Adm'r. Jane 9, 1S4DMouticello. 23 % The Flt.iida. Sentinel Macon Telesm-h. Sa- acid' l tki ** '< i! STOW thai wH j> 6w! air -i -

: at every hour of praref, Jl present f o'j. In- giving her jour medicine, and in five davs, (Ihe same 53-: James T. Archer. Esq.: is my Azt-nt to attend vannab Republican, Charleston Courier, avid Jicksonvillc lat achs, n w of ftst iit irh be--v-*:i,.-it r f.r.f.mac iuee* T:.Jiuwnse.C.Jtfraoft,heart
these period of time as before,) she began to grow better, oall matters connected with the adtninUtratinn Main School. Republican, w ill pnMi h once a week for | and C"rrnpt -.f n* bfnwt WBS W morenia! _: < 'naccn
gcniout, earnest, reverential boys ; are and in about two weeks was well aamn. From that L'. M. eizht weeks, and forward bills to this OtSce. I )ir in th* -tl, ;*, .11 jjr.Kiure< !S nt h'i'a 'r' J 3brtnf
our marks pf men to rnai's t a State. day to this, the child has been perfect well. hose estates 29 'rilEs! school will be opened on Monday, the SthL on KioutH.si. i>f f.e 5* f. .'Ca'i* Re 4. Sr Kne ." r-.-
July2SlS4D.! m November instant, undr the superinlendenccf 'ijKM.is. U'btte ? tttirt'. Vv,, &ire aa< s', jrr't.'s srternnl
My father, Isaac Hodt,, of North Adams, Mass.,
W. O. Gm\p.DE\x, F q., who'e experience in Tax Collector's Sale. and external ? .: >* nwt.32 nsr k < >' *&*
1 a I'HYSICIAN, "ameto see Us with the intention o >co.Lipce. w oicn t>n-s. tIti4 3 t:>n* snAi l &!{ the fn1 *s*
TAe Dolton Clairvoyant.-The Manches. prescribing fr lur. but suwe were using jour med Notice. te< profe'4on enables him to give every assurance to BY virtue of the authority vested in m- by Ian1 1 body nwire nr .e* Vi.ni e*
ter Guardian, contains a long account of the icine with success, and the child improving rapidly, rpHREE months after date, I will apply! to the parents di'sirinz to educate their sons. 1 have levied upon, and will expce for sate before acid rtaiJ. wb'rh m'i-u'r. > -r'fbr'o :&ej"t'- > *i!*eIt >
where irnt t.rz : c.t :th.eunte: iMii a e u su*' upi"
second interview between Mr. Haddock, a i he did not condemn it, but left his own prescription JL Hon. Judge of Probate for the County of Jef- ';! Hate of Tuition per Session office .Months: the Court house door ill the* County of Madison acts? s't' t-f rrtrt. ,* iSuaxi a, f .! wi"'ti of ideranieeii

S friend of Sir John Franklin and the Boiton to be used in case your Extract failed. We had no Vrxon[ (for leave to sclj j part of the real tatale of )rthopraphy. Readinsr. and Writing, S 00Arithmetic. on the first Monday in Febru.ry nei. the fullownu cj-tu.nti-i. .,, tad nearly *JJ *m.Matoa s n i '..sbnmnn

I occasion for it, and I am uie lie will now recommend > Thomas Stephens, dcccM' idOCTAVL" Georgraiihy Grammar, I History, I If described lands.orssi much thereof as will satisfy ; nniun- .
> U sad ,4'
ow it naJ rOC to mifce nctistll. : i
.. ; clairvoyante. She professed to have had in. jour medicine in similar case H. GADSDEN, r f &.c 12 00 the taxes dtie thereon for the year IS-t9to wit: iou. Uua

lervtews with Sir John Franklin and Sir James Your obedient servant. Guaidian, of tiiccl.ildif-n ol said Thomai Philosophy, Chemistry, Aslronomy, Mathem The S P. 4. Sec I IS, the E \, S W 4, Sec iS, anti the SOL -<;. FEPAc.XTSG. ACID COMFX'l' ND"

S Hots, described their position in the ice, with HORACE J. HODGES. Stephen, drf -* ed. lie*, &.C., 15 X> N W 4 cf S W \. Sc 17. all in T 2 N, R 9 E-, beLonging ; OF r S. P. TUV. SBNP.ami .

Jefferson Count v.Sept 22, 1S4'). 37 2stn3m The Ancient Lanjiuajes, IS 00 ): to Svlvester Hinlon. >rt n c 'B rt s o n' ire tt esMVrsann} ra: o-rf 1te5
: She said she had
sundry other minutia sonic JOHN H. PATTERSON Tnwn"ciFs .! 'rv.. ai S-rjtIt. t a ijij i'A rlOIfof
Sir John Franklin who had FROM It. H. WIXSLOW, BANKEK, WALL ST., X. Y.i Composition and declamation will al-o form a regular his Inwrnr*|.arllearn \, ... :'
refreshment with i New York, Sept. 11, 1649. Jefferson Co. Tax Collector's Sale. pail of the weekly exercises of! the school.N. Tax As< r. and Col. for Madison Ctunty. ln/f.iJ tun; .-mwiiil j1*.*} t ia fin: -t:c!* wh.1 w*QliJ
his provisions in thick tin boxes. He had aUM B. This school entirely psnte and distinct October 2U, Ib49. 41 3m ; bear the nn*t iJi-t '.t r-e.JtTh- i t. ?.Tf>* nu uic.r'
To Frederick A. Gay, E-q. : virtue of the authority vested ia me by law, I ami'A hich >h uM tinnj it *r. ;.-n .! e O>4 Rr.nh t 'i aettia
some hard meat in a big tub. Sir John she Mv Dear Sir-I cheerfully comply with jour request BY have levied upon, and will otfer for sale. bet ore from ihe" Monlicello Female School, now o ably SD YARDS GUNNY BAGGING, \ t.itut..fcor'iun| 'nuomw.m r> HAH
said would be out of ice in less than nine in acknowl.dzinz, with others the benefit lht Court HoUit door in the town nf Monticello, on conducted by Mrs. FrRGCsox, so far as re atds the )3JJJ\ \ 2t!>JO yards Dundee ; and pnrrh'.ses. *hi. hake nM; tf. P.T j..ana".F>R-UfcA PIAU
)
monthi. That it was ten minutes past eleven which I have derived from the use of your"' Extract ihft first Monday in February next, the following! *. nf tn two spss 2'IOO Sea Island C4IVPOUMVewrth\ tt nrdnr-trco.1 'eitu it th* C 3acxa trait 'htS.

0 \ Sir John's time and of Canchalagua"or California Plantlistfleet* upon described property to w it : Monticello Novembers, 1S19. 42 St 1J< ) Lbs. Rjsuinsj Twine, I.. Tonntend's r.ce: on* old t'r. Jiro.H rAnn
I by ; a quarter past ten a ray system are evident and gratifying, and have Section 27 of T 2. R 6, N and E. bounded on the fjCj- Sentinel copy till 1st January. Jut received per brig Suwannee, ard for sa'e bv t sapnnltn! are kraem-ir awn. ao-. i Jinitc.i miinmfir: that
good while after by Sir James Ross a time.- toiecommend its uceto friends and they are nai.ka m every P*" cutr. civui notoae o.n.eLa tinn;
I induced me my ; East by Eldred Sirnkin.s North by Gen. Bailey, and October G, 1 ISIt). 39 S>. F. BURNEY. cotniiiim.A .
That the went a good way further than Sir I am pleased In assure you that in no instance have Wwl by the Ocilla River. Just ReceivedA S. P. Twn.end n nn doetur. nnd rotor I&* 1 *"

James Ross, where it was very dark, and the I been disappointed in iti etlicacy. I do not hesitate Levied upon a-t the property c-f Richard K. Call, GENERAL assortment of GlaM and Crockery.I. Just Received, chenii-L no pnorItcoufi.i-kni< n" wi" nf fiirriie re u* 4.b

'! ? round and did twinkle but hewai in my confidence in its remarkable medicinal rpuali- and to be sold for Slate and County taxes due thereon a-.d Inr sale S. F. BURNCV.NovtmTier eaie th.ia aoy olh/r ciniiuHin. flnceniic. UDCttS..ftPa t 5)0.
by
atari went not t> tie and to state that I believe it will be found to he ware, LEWIS &. AMES' Drus Store, a fresh supply what puTaHtf faQ tiupn'i'ie bta th.n they n.f r'crttren'1nr
for the ear 1ST. 3, IS 19. 43 AT sfenfitic nn-il-eine. ei>ntniMi>iZ oL!l thc .'rt'i"
sure it was quite ridiculous to attempt lo an excellent remedy in most cases of diseases of the DANIEL T. LINGO. New and Valuable Medmcines-amnor.g which articir'uwi> in jtn-parTii it mntwh'rh nrv sn'h l .-

I find a road fir ships! over there. That she liver and kidneys, in pulmonary affection, and al-w Tax As'r and Col. for Jefferson County. New Goods.. are the loll jwin; : Wi, elm night recdcr tbriu the AGENTS 01 !<

i; found Sir John in a house made of large block in the purifica'tion of the blood, &c. That jour October 'J7. I"J9. 42 3m DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE Bat wIatpl'eh..nht terw'red .r.'u, .'
the meiit in the introduction of this invaluable plant T lIST receiving, and now openine per Hri'i Ocill*. BITTERS, 1 In;: cuiiip-tntivtly i>f n.f.l.cm "r it ism.rr .
: cf ice about nine from That
:. yard* fchip. may be appteciated, is the sincere wish of t' a general assortment of all kinds cl" eig-i a d Designed for. and tcillcure. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint 01J4'IuIe eijvnri-te io rinm .tMj --rv* i n p ate,> f la

.. .; Sir John had been a great way over the conn Yours sincerely, R. II. WINSLOW. Tax Collector's Sale. > domestic gdt! and for sale by ; Pile, scrofula. J.undice-and all kindled -ntxl. Lltw Minch tin re ,Ilm..rntr.i ii it t mt the Jris.| u

b' .. *. try, but had returned to his ships. That Sir ff- Pamphlet* attaining a description of Callfnrnia B cube ol the authority vested in me by law, I November (10. IS 19. -II S. F. PiURNF.Y. diseases re-nitine from a disordend sloiaach or im- Hlacture WEAK nirdir STOMACHS>ne. iiexinil! AXD t*>r XXTr.FVZ.FXt SyST>AT!.

but together with interesting infoimation in relation have levied and will expose for sale, be stater blood. i
John Franklin had seen the natives, not upon nuie shiniiJ .ow well the innl.c.! pr<>i ri.c* f pUni <
I. to the CACI5ALAGU.5.its iematkable efflecy lore the Court House door, ii> Ma.li-onon the fir For Sale or Exchange. DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES. timber Hcurinj ami em rentr>.tin; Lhvr l-eilmf m**'
Sir James Ross and that there tivo
,. ; were ships and cure-.are GIVEN AWAY at the AGENCIES. MONDAY in JUNE next, the following dewrriLe IVE Mules and a Wagon, Holler and Saw Gin The safest, mo-t elfectual, and pleasant preparation j as>an eYte:i iveknt>* lcieof! the varm.iii..i 3e< v niei! od'tC1ibe **
their home which would human.>y>Urn>. n iciw :n til tin rniitriii* b> ISr-e Jtsea*
:. on way bring good Sold by LEWIS & AMES, lands, or so much thereof as will satisly the Taxc lor sale or e\chanje for a pair of good Horses before the public, for the eradication cf Wonirs, in It is to nrreit mr&ns DN>n Si!.<, nuturtuaite. !.> p..ur boiio >"*
3 news. The statements of this girl havr excited Agent, Tallahassee, Florida. due thereon for th<- year IS4'J, to wit : and a two Horse Waton. Children or Adults. i nuunilpd hnnia-ut\ II' kinii| Iv.-e in Ibe desar.a| ; :.s.iW. t

'4 great interest all over the country. It has October C. IS49. 33 Cm TheSE 4 and N C 4 ol Sec ltl E 1 N W 4 of Sec November 10. 1S4U. 44 JOHN P. DUVAL. HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES. i feitti>re health and bgui.! and >.,* r ,,t.,:hr rrtioe't .uJ Si"
ken nnd tubnnUh inlirtiutx trat it.I |)K.J U' B Ti
etched attention at the Admiralty, and the low i S E4.Sec3T1R7N and E-, beiongiipto Will PREVENT Consumption' and CURE all rasns ol h.u UL'GUT and tlj.t'I) the i>;'i -riiiil) ti.1 nnIB- '>'

1 ; have been P. P. LEWIS, Edward Brjan. Coffee, Flour, &c. Colds. thmaSpitting Blood, P. ins in Ihe Side, his
matter is said to inquired after in
AlsotheNhSec33N i 1 hSec3.ESE.bSee Grand Usa ivcaI Cosit't'utr1t'4l
I n3cflzrf: ] BARRELS best brand Northern Fl nr, Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Ccmplainti. -
high quarters. 20, N J I. Sec 540, S W 4. Sec 21 S W 4 Sec 2S. S I F. 50 eiIaeii)
HAVING determined to change his location from 4 LSec2N J W 4, Sec 2S. S i. Sec 29, W J. S E 4, 25 t do do do do da ilhin the jynth.anil li the Knn..l..dif* i>'fat! *h.- iw4 -
V Ga. to Tallahassee, I'la., would 4I4Sarmd E.be- 50 hags best Rio Coffee, | -AI.so- they IIM> le.irn Hint know. liji'vnr ->:>.'rIanrc. uTrunsctmJeut '
: farmer Sec 21, E J, N E i lSec2UT DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS
A Sagacious Sli.cep.-A speaking respectfully tender his professional services to the 10 do do Java do lo\vcr.tt> lira'-'
David S. Jcno.
? of the sagacity sometimes exhibited by sheep, citizens! of this and the surrounding country. He long lo 10 boxes beit t chewing Tobacco, Well known a* a Safe. Certain, and EfTectiul Cure
Also, lots No 4 and >in fractional Sec 25. N i.Soc Sold wholesale and retail l by
I for Fever and Chills arul
Intermittent
will visit Monticello, Madison and Thomasville 10 do common chew ing Tobacco, Ague, Fever
he owned few since ,
of
thus
a
: speaks one years 20, W 1, s'E4aslESV4.Sec2I3T1URI3 i SKILLMAN & CO..
and all other Fever Price reduced lo THOMPSON.
Ga., where he will be prepared to practice his pro- 5 bbls. Crukhed Sugar, Setenfy-fice
-1 have known him when cattle have S and E. belonging to John Miller. "
a, my Ics-ion in all I its various branches hoping horn many JOHN II. PATTERSON 5 boxes Loaf do Cent it per HOT. 102 Nnsau street, New 111

: broken'into my neighbor field to drive them years expeiience in the science to be able to give en- Tai Collector for Madi on County., Young llxson, Black, and Imperial Teas. The aba\e Medicines, fiesh and genuine, are for And LEWIS d: A MLS.!

: all out and ttand by the gp in the fence and lire Mlinlaclion. All operations will be warranted. November 24, 1S40. 4G Cm Just received, and for sale bv sale by LEWIS & AMES.Tallahassee. I by 'I'aLlaLass.C

keep tiem; all out. He would leave the sheep Ladies waited on at their residence. Novembers, ISJ'J. 43 S. F. DURNF.Y.F Fa. Agents,

V Jlfferentet:-lt*. D. A. Brandon, A. W. Preston, Hamilton Tax Sale. For certificate- recommendation, and other information April 21, 1549. lGlyBlacksmithil2g.I
cattle in the He County
and feed with the summer.
S. S. Adams, J. H. Hill, Rev. P P. Smith, Thomas- For Sale, concerninn; the above Medicine.see future
:* wan a p ace.maker: for be would not allowS villc.i I BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I NEGROES advertisements, and pamphlets! which may be obtained .
LIKELY AND VALUARLF.
fighting among the cattle. H mastered all DM. W. J. Brinson and J. H. Pope, Madison Court shall expose) for sale, before the Court House g-1r and of the Agents. UIackt1h1f"
door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County. Flo I'? .J men, boy, women and clnldrt-n, women March 1SlS.l. 3.1 / 100D. substantial, and cheap < wcupied
% tny cattle, and if my neighbors' cattle came House. ridaon the first Monday in June next, (lS50bcinc) girls. Call and see at the store ofS. Vjr all kind, done at the Shop near my SUblc.
at Mrs. J. L. Dcmillj's.October .
barn* ho would drive them homo. My 03Office: S. KNIGHT. Miller & Erokaw.
: to my 13 18JO. -10 6m the 3d day of that mouth, the following described Drugs Medicines dec. last tear by
,
his back October 27. 1S19. 42 January 20. I Sib. 3 AA-
,. .4 mall boy would sometimes set on properly or so much thereof a* will be sufficient lo

1i t ; to ride, when he would contrive always to rub THE GALPIN HOUSE. pay the Slate and County Taxes due! thereon for the Protection Insurance Company of New Jersey, EDWARD BARNARD, JR., 8. S.

(hem ofl" running close to a port of the bhed. year I&IU, lo wit : CAPITAL $-200,000. Knight
NEWNANSVILLE FLORIDA. TheN W 4 of Ihe S W J of fee 1. T I.I R 13, Sand HAS received, by the late arrival, a I continue bosines <} h''- old
she fence or a corner of the barn. He was Fire and Marine Insurance. addition to his stock of GEN WILL lae
: j THE public ar informed thai the GAInx ,- purporting (to belong to William J. Mill*. hop: tfvat! on such ol his(niend'3

; not to be pu.hcd or crowded, or insulted, in ;; ; Hoi?VILF.Y: LEE. LEWIS &. AMES, UINE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of herptoIure extended! snliberni a pair i:9g: '''"IT"

,I. r; anyway, and hough a friend of peace 1 haveS I _of Hoarders and Travellers, anil they may Tax Asjefsorand Collector Hamilton Co. Agents, TallahAfdee, Florida. which are of good quality, lotcfor Oath. tog that all halt havered arliclcsat lair pricl"
hand
*t.14 known him to fight many a duel." rest assured there will b'c no pains itpared in making November, is-tu. 46 fun October 13, 1649. 40 Cm inz, which are warranted a general!genuine assortment, viz of: the follow- April 2lS-R. 17_
-
them comlortaMe as far as in the power of the Proprietnr -
todo no. Ills stables arc new and in first Hamilton County Tax Sale. $25 Reward. lloiick Panecea, Howan.l's Improved Tonic'Mix- Pure Sulphate of Quinine
Sterne Rilort.-On Sterne's entering a ture, Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Brandrelh's
rate order, and a first rate ostler always in alieniance. virtue of the power vested in me by law, I from the ubcriner sometime Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cat ham tic sub-cribers have in ha;..! two hUfldf

j.: coffee room at York, a Mr. A., staring him B shall exp<'se (Inr si'e' before the Court House k TtUNAWAY I month <-f February l.i t, a ne- Worm. Couth, and Dinner Losenses Camphor, THE, oti! ceot 'jl.-h-te i4, QuininewfcK- -".
Bonpland'sCelebrated ? S**
full in the face, $aid"Hebttedaparson- N. 0. Private apart ment 1 ways furnished for la.jlei. door, in the town of Jzsper Hamilton County, Florida 4k.zrr) girl named SYLVIA, of dam k complexion, Fever and AstifRi; nedy, Luccnia Cordial. have r.bainfd diirrt 'r r t... m.utacItlrdmst.

/4 !" GEO/M_ GALPIN, on the first Monday in March next, 1SW, bring jhout five fet, five or six inches high, thin Thompson's Eye Water, McMunni* Elixir of Opium, they will warra-f : rSc ,* s' -.(Tim rtifl'cineby ar.d M'

4 1 Upon wbb! Sterne rejoined Newnansyille.June 23. IS49. W Proprietor. the 4th day of (hat month, the following described anti pare made, and has red ejes. She i is supposed] *:sind Sar aparilla. Turner Fever and Azue Pills, We have emhrett r moeh ii IrO '

t property, or so much thereof as will be sufficient to)271h.e lo be lurkiti{> around Tallahassee, and is no doubt Tvler's ditto Gordon' F.illiou and r ..uivaif, mi i.d arr rr* ar tlL I
: ** for as soon I Notice. ? AnliDyspeptirPills Of 11
as
And sir does dog 0TEsak
; so my Fate and County Taxes due thereon for the often in tIme city of evenings ninimn the ilce nezroes Rcckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, Peters'ar>d nriers! tor ai 'it: 1 s !'. wr iinr. a> vrlrn

.f 4 put on my gor-n and cossock, he falls n. barkfog. A MEETING of the Stockholder of the Southern sear 19-19. to wit : Her hmubaruiwhen she left, s'as R. HaywardN boj Spencer'f Pills and i k Agent for S. P Town end> the ni sf cc ;: '. ttIi. U' fc ,. 'f

$ ." XJL Life Insurance & Trnst Company will be belt! Lot No. 3, fractional Sec21 f, Lot No. f, fractional Henry, on the Treadwell place, and iti is supposed celebrated Sarsaparilla, in bottles at ijl We have eUo i tow jr T-B K dime 10 T,'
quart ,
** Indeed replied A. "how long has he doneol" at the Office of the Company in this city on the first Sec 35, N and E.T 1, R purporting to belong to that *he has got him yrf. bottle. Alo, superior Lemon Svrnp, prepared (from rer year 15.41. Tl.f a" iienmraly t' *a.lIsr.. ',? a

4. Mondav in December next, for flee choice of Trustees Felix Livingston. The above reward will be paid for her apprehension pure Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable? for the hut if the whole cnukt l be nad; sIrtfl'

I.t fcr the ensuing year. WILEY LF.C, and delivery to William Johnsonon Lake Jackon. fat
sick or ordinary me than thai sold LonuYn
.t *. Ever line e he was a puppy sir, answered ROBEKT LYON, Cashier.Ta'lahas Tax Assessor and Collector Hamilton Co. V. V.-SKREINE. Porter, &.C., &c. usually ,

3 $tcrnti> I still look upon him as one I" cc, November 3, I 1tO. 43 November 24,1S49. la 3m October 70,1SI3. 4-t if Jnne 10,181 47