The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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' Prom the Boston Courltr. My back yard was paved with gold watches the market.+ 1 Ai.4 this policy should he enforced From.the Congregational Journal. I sneer.. Having entirely made up bit-.mlcd,

It PiraLIIHCD EVERY HATPBDA A GOLDEN DREAM OF CALIFORNIA. that all (the' servants might know when to by Irgistj&on.; ''Washington Union. I Last Years of an Unbeliever against il*.tiuth! L seems'to'hUt considered .

wwwt SIR:-The moment I read in the nexvispa. wait on me. I ate and drank out of gold, from The last number of the London Quarterly it In\\ of serious argument or even ofreverent'mefuiion.

f TKBXI : per about the "carats fine" and the fi'teen' and so did my dog and cat. I breakfasted on the Florida Sentinel. Review, in a long and elaborate article ug. te'aJtw1! *s wish: peculiar:

I THREE: DOLUKB per annum, if paid in advance. millions, I flung down my lapboard and ex. buttered ten dollar bills, peppered my cucum. Governor Dcval. Bested by a new edition of his works, sketch contempt to the lower classes.In .-

!, THHCK AND' A HALF if paid within six months. claimed, "Nature never meant me fur a journeyman bers with gold dust and washed my bands in The departure of this gentleman' for his new cs the character and last years of Frederickthe 1 passage he says : .Tb< peasant speaksof
I FOUR DOLLARS, if not paid until the end oft hey ear tailor. I'll join the Californians, and aurum polabile. My parlor wa' papered: with home in Texas, elicited the correspondencewhich Great..-That he was a.hold and successful hi* Lord .Gcx. with the ration of an 4

r z -These tetm.< will be rigidly adhered to, and get gold by bushels in the pulling ofa stitch !I" Massachusetts sterling:: bons ; I lighted my is published lelowj. We hear that warrior, is universally conceded ; that in manyof i idiot !" his correspondence withclergyman

, no paper will be discontinued of until the publishers.all arrearage Subcriben are. No sooner; said than done. I caught up a cigar: with PennsylvanianX and found the (iov. D. though not able' to meet his brother the higher qualities statesmanship' he was h. couM! not refrain from scoffs

: .paid unless will at be the received option for three months! at One piece of chalk, and fell to calculating how far smoke at a discount of 25 per cent. My members of the bar Newport, was met by equal to any of his cotemporariea, is also beyond and nl''f. He- diJ not believe in,the Christian .

i Dollar-six months at 81 :'0. livery order for the the sale of my old shoes under the hammer, wife put up her curls every night in United many of them at St. :Mirks, who over the festive dispute ; while his demerits a an author faith ; it is doubtful whether he believedin

paper out of.this county must be accompanied with would toward raising the three hundred dollars States coupons. I was the owner of severalnew l board tendered their parting word and "and his shalowni! as a philosopher, God and a future: stale ; for in one of his

the cash, unlc-M the order comes in the through State.ADVERTISEMENTS any of ourregularly for go the outfit, and how much I should borrow Slates in the West, Govcrnprs and all- friendly wi dies for the continued health and both of which afftcted to Iw, make him as letters he writes ; ** My I health i is sinking,and

authorized agents to make up the sum.I held all the government stork snubbed note prosperity of one so long a resident of Florida ridiculous, as the coarse infidelity he upon all I shall soon go to the count ry where our pains I

went to bed through the most glorious anticipations sh3\"t'rslept State street in terror, and talk. and occupying so pnminent a position in occasions avowed makes him di"gu,tin r and our pleasures, and our holies, clo not follow us; r

Will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per squire : gold, gold, gold, instead of list, selvage ed of buying the Bank of England., Thi. her history : odious. Lot us look at the hero in the habitsof where the mind ofa man of genius and.that
for each was life Who would sew on houks and eyes his declining when the glory of the of drudge are reduced to the same level,
and cents
of twelve lines for the first, fifty and remnant, filled the cavity of my per. Gov. DCVAL : We have: learned with ex. age :
subsequent insertion. A reasonable! deduction icranium. Instead of saying I after this ? treme that intend Florida battle-field! had faded away, and courtiers and and whl"rf we shall con to the state in which i
my prayers regret leaving
''t'i1be\ made on 1 Jeffal/ notices, estate not ices having',yearly repeated) the Sacramento, Amen !I" as A change came o'er the spirit of my dream.: for Texas in a. few you days. We are proud to parasites had ceased to flatter. him, and sen- we were before we were'born.; *" Through a
notices without alteration by persons :Methought I stood before a looking glass! if might be to the whole of his long sickness there was nota
Ills thoughts ever ,
times I able. seemed the expected
regular accounts with I the offce.All many as was They recognize you as father of the Florida. Bar. t
announcements; of candidates! for office!, FIVE equa, fo "Open sesame," and worthy to become comparing myself to General Washington: Soon after the sword of Gen. Jackson drew awaken in relation to God, the soul, and future word] or deed of the kind which referred to

DOLLAR*-invariably in advance. No attention the Ave :Mary of all gold hunters. I Herodes Atticm, Aaurungzbe, and Peter aside the curtain that concealed this lovely destiny, and we shall see the brutilying religious feelings, or betokened any idea of a

'wiiibe paid to any order lor h.announcement,unleu was counting my len fingers to estimate how Guss. On a sudden the tip of my noise turned .and of flowers" and presented Florida to the influence of Ms irreligion upon his whole future state ; apparently his thoughts were., t
accompanied with the ca! and became transformed to solid
yellow, character. of the earth-to his royal duties and en.
notices of the metal would of his fiIf
and pub- virgin buyme admiring
.A1I-re1i2'io\li. marriage, : obituary many pounds gaze countrymen, you came
gold. I rubbed it, and rubbed, it, but 0, how He sketch of his life )but in his the last. In the afternoon .
fished grituitou'iv l ; but editorial notices for private the best house in Beacon street, when 1 here in the capacity of Judge, and by your wrote a daily ; joy foyal appetite to
benefit, will be charged as advertisements.! fell asleep and dreamed a dream. hard and cold it was and harder and coldertill justice, learning and wisdom, taught the peo. it makes no reference whatever to his wilV.- of 15th, 17S6 he fell into a stupor

And as John Hunyan says, "I saw in my my whole face was just like it. :Mercyon pie of the country to respect and admire our Woman, indeed, he seemed to hate ; or if and a rattle was heard in his throat.

JOB wort): dream, and beheld nine" tailors of us weregold me ? how frightened I grew A colder great institutions even more perhaps than they not hate yet to shun, making his consort queenno About midnight he ub< 'rved that his favorite r

\Tearewell prepared to execute Job Work,suchas bitten and smitten and embarked in tremor ran over my whole frame, and in a had reverenced afterwardsyou exception. His wife was of the most ex. dog had sprung from the allotted cushion by
gold our arms. Shortly
I bills cards blanks,pamphlets,&c.,with neatness minute more I was all solid gold from the .
character and devoted admiring his side, which he where h
emplary inquired "
clam-shell for California. I stood afi became the Governor: of the and aflction. upon
I and despatch.: All work of this! description! a huge Territory
crown of my: head to the sole! of my foot !IJy: the deeds of her rale. was. and desired that be might be back
except for person havingearly accounts with nnd steered with an enormous teaspoon, and Superintendent of Indian Affairs, and in this great hU'land. put
the office, mud be paid for on delivery. Tom Bobbin kept watch in the bows to look head felt exactly like a bomb shell, and my position also you always so conducted yourselfas fill for the least notice from him, like her Ims- agiin. These were the h'tor i lc utter.
body like Nebuchadnezzar's image. :My eyes band having taste for literature, but unlike ed and thus Frederick the Great, the
--- -- --- --._- _--- -- out for squalls.' We had fair weather in sail. to promote the host interests of the country a ; gen.
Business (Carts Sr. ing, not unusal in dreams. Presently we resembled a couple of full moons on a fiosty and secure the aflections and confidence of the him, imbued with a deep, fervent, but unostentatious ernr, the philosopher, and the infidel, closed

., ,. made a headland, and saw a flock cf gulls night, and my :great toe was as hard and cold inhabitants Haviig creditably filled the of. spirit of religion. For some years, bin career, and passed to eternal scenes.What .-
---- --- --- -- ---- barber's pole as the Pitt diamond. flee of Jovcrnor fir through the influence' of his father, Frederick could he more cheerless ? "Let me
perched on a gigantic twenty resigned ;
many years you
R. H. BERRY Auctioneer. Oh thimbles and sissors I exclaimed
lived with her apparently good terms but die the death of the righteous and let last
leagues long. I knew this to be Cape Horn, and since then lave been engaged with us on ; my
away my gold give me anything: but gold his accession to the throne be end be like his !"
DAPS-wCD\F.6DAl'a' AX"D SATURDAY'S. as well as if I had been born at the tip end of in the practice of ur profession. We have upon assignedher
SALE make but gold Would I
i it, and immediately shaped my course into the me anything were ever found you ablq and skillful. Virtue and >r a separate residence, and never permitted
! live oak cotton wool GAMBLING is CALIFORNIA. San Francisco .
mahogany ,
pitch pint
subs ilwrs have form- Pacific Ocean, giving the sails a good full"under Justice have always found in you a powerful her even to see the new palace!, through
COPARTNERSHIP.: the firm of BERRY a brisk sou' wester." India rubber, soft squ.ish] : -an)thing: but this arI\"oc.te-lmt: oppression; and wrong, an indignant he condescended to dine with her in state correspondent, of the Xew York Journalof
conduct! the .f.ction and General abominable twent '.lour' carats fine Have I three four times a Year. He was addicted Commerce has the
& ROW LES. to In less time than you could stitch-a buttonhole and scathing opponent. We have o following picture of ip
CoMmitrion Kuniness ; and will trice their prompt San } gone a gold hunting for nothing but this-to the weak the 'widow to the most notorious! When h,.
we made Francisco light. Whatdo seen \ and the orphan lookto attention to all business! entrusted to them. be made a loz of bullion that cannot crookan rmcd
was dying his wife was i t ) oft if,
think it ? A rainbowof with confidence fir
was magnificent perfect
R. II. BERRY you you protection: What would think to house
elbow ? Would I were at the lap.bortlagain von see every
J. J. ROWLeS. solid gold, spanning the bay like the legsof and we have witnessed the haughty oppressor and in her ignorance was giving an afternoon ,! the Park
urotm an ; : house
Tallahassee November 1 J. 1SJ9.!) 43 the Khodian Colossus There could be tremble beneath rebuke. In inter. party at her chateau. Of all others woman open gunhn.
_. your your monte tables in each B. C.
In these words I made corner i
-- saying a desperateeffort !
has the must to dread from infidelity and irre
mistake in the land.fall. As we neared course with us have ever been kind and
no you :
MORTON and roulette and numberless
to finger and thumb, when !li French game
snap my ; ligion.
the shore shoal swimming courteous, never availing yourself of .
a ; porpoises came
both cracked like shot and ii- your superior in the centre ; a splendidly stocked bar
: AT LAW they pistol split
: Frederick was not merely economical, but a
around us, every one with a gold ring in his learning experience to take advantage band of entertain the crowds
to thousand The shock uuole musicians to ,
And Commissioner or Drth for the Mates of ten pieces. mean and sordid. His dress was usually
none, a gold epaulette of the brigadier size of the members of the profession
and I discovered that I bad l left younger boots. who throng these places! densely that you ,
Ten Florda and Mississippi me instantly patched and threadbare, while his s 11
newer, on both fins, and a huge bob of gold lace at but always extending to them whatever a sist- find it difficult to
the chamber! window besidts press your way through or
open over night, from and want of blacking, appeared ofa I ,
;)- AT his tale. ante and advice they might require. These table. Abandoned!
get near a women .
give faithful attention to such bu inr. a* May I never ship broadcloth again, but Iw'as I "kicking off the"er" during my sleep' n virtue!*, and many others which we have not tawny red. When applied to for monf. these places! openly. I saw the othere I t'
be entrusted: to him, in the Courts the I consequence of which a sharp northwest wiul, he would often "I cannot give I one
\ skin the have endeared reply
to out of at to enumerate, to
ready jump sight. us
Chattahoochee Circuit, Georgia composed of the my had 'blown all and set you I 1 i ening sitting quietly' at a montc I
over me night: nu groschrn, or sixpence ; or I am as poor as tab
However this was cakes and gingerbread, to all, and there is not a lawyer in Florida who dressed in white blue and
Counties! of Mmcose; Harris, Talbot Stewart and sleeping! fancies into the above describe Job." He would not sufier a bottle of wineto pants coat
Marion: ; and in the Counties of Russell Macon and what followed. A change came over the spi. will not shed a tear of regret at your depart. cap, curls dangling over her cheeks cigar in !
Harbour. AUUama.Aiiptut rit of my dream, and we were sailing up the capor. ure, and sincerely rejoice when he shall hear be opened at his own table without his her mouth and a glass of punch by her side.
Glad I find
1" t519. :l2-6m. enough was to myself not 01 of wherever special command ; in examining a large account
your j you may go. She' bandied a pile of doubloons with her
Mr. Editor if oneiroso.
ingot. you are an he detected and exposed with
The banks covered with trees full of We wish in a body to tender
were our
you parting kid loved hand and bet
this-I I think that is the word whitt ; most bodly.
-you may pan. gravity ran error of three cents ; and though 1
the !birds that and for this invite
golden ,
pippins respects
; sung among purpose youto One nun a faro table! staled
der dream tell approached ,
DEALERS INDRUGS. upon my ; perhaps you can me! he was an enormous glutton, when be had de a
the Wakulla
the branches were all goldfinches; the flow dine with us at Hotel on Wednesday hundred dollars and hundred in
MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, whether there is not something in it.TIMOTHY voured his delicacies he often murmured at won seven
that bloomed the turf the next. Your, truly,
ers on were bright. fi.teen minutes. Next day I saw him i
Toilet Articles, Perfnmerjr, &c., Window Glass est marigold! and the very eel. ras8 of the TOUCHSTONE, THOMAS BALTZELL, S. U. STEPHENS, the bill. On one occasion extra dishes had from friend to to borrow dollars.He running.
PAINTERS' BRCSHES AND COLOR, Sacramento clam Oats was nothing less than Jounrneynim Taylor. M. I). PAPV. T. J. HEIR. "been served, and the bill presented the next frienc fifty -
P. B. 1HLTOX I D. W. GW.FXX was fro! I day contained additional charges, amountingto
Class Ware, Arc.f"pHEabote thread Whole herds of
Apothecaries' gold golden guinea A HOG CAS&Rather A. E. MAXWELL, 1). S. WALKER:: and came on in the Oregon and v.ho is worth
<< constantly on band,and for sale at the pigs were running on the shore, squeakingfor Colimittee. 25 thalers, 10 groschcn, l! pfennings.His some 60,000, told: me that the proceeds of

JL lowest! mat ktt prices. somebody to pick them up and coin them an amusing. hog case was told us by majesty was indignant, and with his own his bank, for the day $3-
LEWIS & AMES. into circulating medium. Troops of foxes a legal; gentleman recently! which for the ST. MAEK: December 7th, 1S49.To hand wrote upon the margin : 000 and with preceeding infatuation I
Tallahassee November 20, IS47. ISI2JON ; yet, an truly astonishing -
.- -" were scampering over the hills, every one benefit of our readers, we; make public with- the Hon. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge of tIle "A robbery ; for there were at the table! men flock to these phces and stake 1
TOWLE. MARIANO D. PATY with tail the out the of the On Middle Circidl Florida and the about a hundred oysters, which would co-4
a golden as as great comet. mentioning names parties. of gentle I the products of mouths' !labor at the mint's.I .--
TOWLE & PAPY, There was not a parry: silver grey among the confines of the town live two snall: farm. men of the Bar : t thalers ; the cikes2 thalers ; the squab's| iv. I Now and then, it is true, some bank gets'lhe

Attorneys end Counsellors at Law, them. All was gold that glistened. Now," ers, each, among other things, engaged in Gentlemen I did not receive your kind and er 1 thaler ; the cakes of Russian I fashion 2 I worst of it. One of them was completely
exclaimed I to myself this beats the rearing ofliog*. One is honest German thalers ; altogether it might be, perhaps, 11
firmed an association for the Practice ecstacy : an flittering invitation to dine with you at the broken up by a southerner a few weeks ago.
HAVING. will attend the several Courts of the Ann street, and making trowsers." the other an Englishman. Not long! \TakulIa Hotel until I was on the eve of sailinf thalers ; the rest a roLberToday there He took $30,030, from the bank in two night'
Middle Circuit of Florida, and an the District Court A change came o'er the spirit of my dream. ago the German missed from his pen several for Texas. It would be a vain attempt to was one extra dish of herrings with pease ; it playing.
if the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entrustedTo Behold the ravines of the with marks and whichhe may cost 1 thaler ; therefore every thing .
their will receive attention. we were among hogs, peculiar spots, express to you the feelings of deep regret and rol/berr. l
care prompt above 12 thalers is an impertinent
ft3-: Office in the Capitol.Felmiaty Sierra Nevada. The sky was full of golden thought he could recognize anywhere ; sotrow I experience in severing onr social and RESIGNATION OS.MR.. pE.'mO.
: 1 I':, 1 1S49. 7 clouds and it was raining gold thimbles as and after a diligent search, they, or what was professional intercourse Since I became a Frederick.
fast and (hick as if nature wag tempting all supposed to be them, were discovered by the member of the Bar of Florida, the greatest rl'. But through Frederick treated his wife The resignation of Mr. Penrose, a Assistant

MEDICAL NOTICE. mankind to turn tailors. Bless my good German's son, (Hans,) in the pen of his sptct and kindness have been extended to me, with such cold indifference, he was not wan. Secretary of the Treasury, is a curious

Dr. Charles T. DarbyRESPECTFULLY luck how I scooped them up with a tin dip. neighbor, the Englishman. Claim was im. and the high character of the profession ting in affection to his dags, of which he had affair, and does not indicate much harmony

per, and poured them into a meal hag I was mediately made by the one for their restora. thr ughout; the St.1.tefor talent, legal learning always t number about him, one being a special in the Taylor councils. He is the close confidant .
; : : announces to the public in iren- that nine bushels minute tion but refused the other t fbnding, which was allowed to sleep in of Mr. Meredith, the head ,
J rman'nttytoc8ted hinwlf calculating we got a ; was stoutly !! by and all the high qualities that mark the courteous secretary
: !ntieUo. Florida, and will be found at all times all told when I was suddenly startled by who maintained that he had raised them from gentleman, render these attentions doubly his majesty's own bed by night, and by] day :and is identified with all those whoVere the

uoles o1....Sianstlyengazei.: Strict attention will a loud noise overhead, that sounded like the infant piggery to their then condition. A dear to me. Your partiality has overestimated was allowed a special chair, well cushioned early friends of the latter. He was too anxious I

be nail! tn nil professional calls. clashing of cimbals. I looked up, and, to my suit for their recovery was the result ; law. I my merits and services, and I cannot and close at his ide. Al, however, were allowed to obtain the place, to resign for l any other !

Miy5;, 1S-J9. IS great astonishment, espied a monstrous golden yers were engaged, and the case came before 1 but ascribe the flattering enconiums you to jump over, sprawl upon the most reason short of absolute indignity or com ,c
the Old South Church for his decision costly articles of furniture, and playthingswere pulsion ; and he knew Wsshmgfon life, official -
goose as big as flap. a magistrate : have }bestowed upon me to your warm and
provided for them in the se\"erl apart and social from his former trial under .
ping his wings and flying from the top of a Hosts of witnesses were examined on each generous hearts. The ties that bind me to )
AUCTIONEER mountain directly towards me! Down he came side. On the part of the German, it was "i Florida cannot be severed without sad and ments. He even took them with him on his the Tyler dynasty, too well, to plead either a 1

T.ILL.9II4SSEE, FLA.REFER whop before 'you could say what's this ?" proved that his hogs were of the same color I painful emotions. Believe me, I shall long campaigns ; and would sit on the floor with distaste- fur residence at the National Capita! t

I TO and crieJ out in as good English as could be and spots ; that an old dog, with but one tooth, I cherish the memory of the happiness that has the dogs around and a dish of 'fricasseed or disinclination fur the onerous utie an '

I Messrs. II. Bow J. W. ARGYLE, D. C. WIL
I\} F. II. FLU;..T.J. Hon60anti: J.T. ARCHER. come pluck my feathers." We turned to without mark was shown, &c. The Englishman i lor distance: can ever destroy the interest I must push the most daily morsels, to his favorite, even if under another name by the creation of 1

" March 10, ls49. : 10 delay, and pulled cfifhis back and tail an proved, by an equal array of testimony, the, feel in the prosperity of this State, or in the and when they died they were buried on the the Home Department. It is reasonabe. \

I. L. .JoUELDII, M. H. J. B. BOND, M. D. immense heap of feathers, every one as big littering of the pigs, the careful bringing of f success of my friends in their race for fame terrace of his palace, with the name of eachon therefore, to suppose that Mr. Ptnrse goes
as a cart wheel, and the real yellow Simon them up to hogdom ; the cutting of the dog. and fortune. Your sincere friend, n grave stone ;-and in his will he expressed out because he must-not that be has quarrel'

I: Drs. SHIELDS & BOND Pure," as they say fit to be tent to the mint bitten hog's ear with a knife with broken WM. P. DUVAL. his desire to be interred by their side led with Mr. Meredith, who appointed him 1

1 associated themselves in the without cashing Made, &c. It was a most doubtful case.- Like the brute he lived ; i is not strange that against a decided opposition ; but that deposing '
TTAVING together
II JLi practice of Medicine, Surgery' &c.!; offer their Was ever such magnificent luck before The two women who claimed before Solomonthe Melancholy Affair.-The city was rife with with it, instead of man, wished to lie. him is at the same time an insult to his

t i ervicM to the citizens of Quincy and the surround- known, even in a dream ? But, there was mothership of the child were not more rumors on Friday evening ofa young lady of f Through life Frederick was the slave of friend and his chief. Can it be that .Mr. '

t ine country.Quinsy. more to come. Scarce could my devoted positive in their assertions than were the two this neighborhood having committed suicide by his appetite>, and gluttony at last killed him. Meredith is already overslaughed! by the wily '

II AuetHt II, 1S49._ _____31 thoughts repose on this featherbed of golden litigants as to the ownership of the hogs in leaping from the Bridgeport bridge. We de. When his physician ventured with the utmost politicians that rule Gen. Taylor 1 It looks 1

Thomas Jeff. Heir, prospects, when suddenly the earth began to question. Testimony was so nicely balanced dined any reference( to it last Saturday morning humility to intimate his danger from this like it at least.Pennsylvanian.Olfcial f

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, rumble and rock as if an earthquake was at that the Justice was bothered how to decide. because the circumstances as related to source, the king cried out in a loud and angry .
hand and before could thread The each side made most and that lone Go to the de\.i! Are you reprimanding paper In Cnlifonla.
hey, presto, you on ear. us appeaed so startling improbable:
practice in the Cite lit Court in each.
WILL" of the Middle Circuit,and in the Supreme a needle, up started out of the earth a crop nest declamation, as to the rights of their cli. we hoped they were altogether the work of ru- me 1 Get you" gone ; I have no further The Delta of the 12th, has interesting cor. !f

Court and United States District Court a of golden cabbage heads, every one as bigas ents. At last, the German's lawyer (who mor. We learn howevr that they are too occasion for you ; and dismissed him. Dr. respondence, containing some new f.ct j

TaUt hU(>E.Monticello. the State House dome, as solid as a cannon was but a young disciple of Blackstone, and sadly true. The name: of the deceased was Zimmerman, his new physician, gives the which we copy below : t

" ,January 29, 1843. 28 ball, twenty.four carrats fine. this was his first case) was seized with a Miss Mary Hughes, a )young and beautiful flowing bill ofthe royal dinner on the 30th San Diego, Oct. 5'A.-:Mr. Robb, ofthe'St.
the of buckram lie desired the of the of and of Mr. ; he died on the 15th of Aug. follow- Louis Reveille home for He i
CARAWAY SMITH] [W. S. DILWORTH. By powers my eyes were lucky thought. son ir seventeen, daughter Lloyd ofune goes a press. 1
r SMITH J & EHUfTORTiKI! \ ) ready to start out of my h"ad at the sight of German to be recalled.. Hans stepped forth' Hughes, of Ritchietown.. On Friday after ing : has entered into copartnership wil Captain i
i ATTORNEYS AT LAW, such wealth. We agreed to sharo it all among He was asked if he was not in the habit of noon, while returning; with one of her young "This day the king took a very large quantity Marcy, and they will establish government

I I us, and each man fell straightway to calling the hogs, and did they not answer his companions from Bridgeport, and when about of soup ; and this consisted, as usual with piper at the new capital as soon..as the

MONT1CELLO, FLORIDA. planning schemes: for spending his money. I call. He answered yes, And now Hans," midway on the bridge remarked, I am going him, of the very strongest and most highly materials can be procured. The new paper

July?. !S49. 27. determined' to buy all Beacon street for a be. said the lawyer, did you call them in Ger. to the bottom of that river," and immediately spiced ingredients : yet, spiced as it already is to be- called the California Statesman*

A. E. MAXWELL- ginning. Bill Button set his heart upon Dock man or English ?1" "Me calls dem in Deitrh," removed her bonnet and shawl and raised herself was, he added to each plate of it a large and with the State patronage, will not fail of

Square and South Boston, where he meantto teplied Hans. Resort was immediately hadto on the railing spoonful of pounded ginger and mare. His success. Both are democrats. Capt. Marcy

A TTOaHSY 3 : AT LAW reign supreme, besides puchasing all the Englishman's hog.yard. Hans called Her companion caught hold of her and majesty then ate a good piece of boeuf a la is the son of the late Secretary of War

WILL' attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir Down East upon speculation. Tom Bobbin the bogs "in Deitch," and lo those which commEnced screaming but her strength Ruse, [beef cooked in the Russia style,]- The Sacramento and San Joaquin districtswill :

Tallahassee. ,:}Oct.- Office 27, over 1649.F. F. Burney'a 42 Store. was to build a castle on Fort Hill, and lordit the German claimed were the only ones out ing her, the determined girl escaped over f'i. beef which had been steeped in half a quartof have nearly ,the whole representation in t

over India wharf and the adjacent parts ; in of the number which came forth at Han's railing and got on the projecting portion of the brandy Next, he took a great quantity of the California Lgistature-lhey will,at least

S. S. KNIGHT, addition to which he designed to have: the German call. The effect was irresi tille"- abutment, from whence she made the fatal an Italian dish, which is made half of Indian hold the balance of power. .

Wholesale fc Retail Grocer I; Provision Dealer, whole of Nova Scotia to raise his potatoes, if Judgment was: immediately rendered for the leap before a man who had heard the scream corn and half of Parmesan cheese ; to this the The first governor will doubtless be' :''Mr.,

the British government would sell out, &c.- German, and the hogs ordered to be restored ing, and who was running towardsher, arrived juice of garlic is added, and the whole is Sherwood, Sacramento. formerly of New
Thus we divided the world to him. Whether any further legal steps are in time to arrest her fatal purpose. After she baked in butter, until there arises a bard rind York He is a gentleman of fine abilitiesand
constantly hand,and offers for sale at a
KEEPS advance on on cost, for cash, all the standard In the midst of our wealth, however, we to be taken in the matter, we have not struck the water she floated for some distance as thick as a finger. This, one Polen'a.ofthe King's a staunch democrat. .
articles in his line. Flours of approved qualities began to feel terribly cold and hungry, but learned.-Washington Republic nnd then sunk to her long last sleep. most darling disbl"s is At
-Sugars. Collees, Teas, Bacon, Hams, Potk+, there was nothing to eat except gold goose and body bad not been recovered at the ler o rf f last'the King, having expressed his satisfaction The Cup of Life.-Life is truly a mingled 1

Soap, Candle. Lard, and all similar articles-together calbage.Ve ate, and ate, but were as bun Pay the National debt.-We learn from writing this. at the excellent appetite which the dandelion cup ; consisting of sweet and bitter. It is a

Ra'ninj i ,with Figs! ,Fruits Almonds, Irish,and Potatoes all other,article.u.ually Onions, Nuts', gry as ever. The metal lay terribly ,hard in the last fiscal statement of the Secretary ol f Her parents, who ,are highly respectable, gave him,eel closed which the scene with hot a changeable! consisting ofghtund shades.

found i in similar establishments.Store our stomachs. I would have given a rnoun the Treasury, that the amount now on de. have the since re,sympathies of our citizens for whole plateful of -pie, was so Every days brings 'some cup'of pleasure to'i

nex' door above U, II. Meginniss'on Monroe tain of gold for a beef steak and a rusty gridiron posit and subject to draft in the various depositories the sad loss of an amiable and esteemed and fiery, that it seemed as though it had i slake the thirsty soul ; but i is not unmingledfor
street. would of the is We obierved her been baked in-! Even before leaving the I everyday also brings sorrows Every*
; nay, a solitary pig's trotter barf government $7,077,962. daughter mingling among
April 12S, IS49. n ly been a hundred thousand dollar in the Ca t. This fact show the salutary operations of the the'crowd of ladies on the Suspension ridge table on this ocsion, be fell into" a doze, day brings' some good, and everyday' extorts

GEO. H. BEST WICK, fornia provision market. But there was 0 existing tariff and its capacity to supply am. tho day'preceding the sad occurrence, apparently and was seized With convulsions some sigh. There is no day &1 dark a not

Wholesale Ectnil Grocery &ProTiiion Dealer such thing lo be had. So by the force of pie revenue to the Treasury, even much more ) ,the happiest among thehappy there One of the last directions Used his pen to be cheered by the light of hope, and yet"its

TALLAHASSEE sheer hunger and starvation, we fell loJand than is required for the necessary ordinary Causes have )been assigned to account for this h! to write, was on the margin: of a bi of fare : light perpetually gleams upon the hour of meri-'

> FLORIDA., ate each other up like Kilkenny cats, out expenditures of the government. What should tragical affair, which ,are perhaps, more thi A fillet of pullets, but don't let gravy bee tat darkness and sorrow, as the un often' .
on hand any .
constantly and for sale at the I looks cloud
thick the 'and
KEEPS"' cash prices, for cash.all the articles in r of nine tailors, I alone, like Job's mess /ger, be done with the accumulation surplus 1 We result'of gossip and exaggeration tban a know) too through overhanging ,
this line buiincss. Flour of best qualities Sugar! escaped to tell thee have but one reply to make. Pay the JVational edge of the facts.-Wheeling Gazelle, 17/// The infidelity of, Frederick,, was of the mingles its beams with drops of the t falling ..,
Coffee Teas Kacon !lams,Soap.Candles, N'ui. nai'J broadest kind. Intimately associated with showers. Such is life; and we must make,
A change came o'er (be spirit of team. Debt tt l&it. It is true, the certificatesof : ult. >
sins, Lard, Whiskey. and all other article usually my Voltaire, who alternately praised and'rli.- the best of it, it J is. To be elated ,with its
found in similar establishment Methough\ I had get back to Boston w-th: all!! indebtedness running for a special term o f a
ing| to purchase any of' the above All articles" persons, Want. my gold and set up for a nabob. I]bad a years cannot be redeemed, except,at the plea, Mr. F.; K. Somers who.'was injured by up,.' culed him, he had imbibed al the pleasures and prospects, so as not to think of-

ectfully| invited to call and price them before are buy re house in the middle of the Common, /qual! 'to sure'of the,holder. But Congress should I nl,;' setting Of.a stage coach in Ohio, same timo.,. of the Frenchman, and it descended to i iI its sorrows, wi lead to disappointmentforthey (

tug elsewhere. the palace oftho Sun in Ovid's.Melaraprplios- 'early day, make provision for the nppropra! : go, l lust week rcoveied 82,500 damages from I his grave. He utterly discarded, christianity, "i fnd us out.' To broo over its ills,
'Store formerly occupied by L. & H. referring to it, either i in his conversation to of the we
.. never i neglect
Greenber the U. S. Court Clove good may
in at
it L'o.eorneraf f Monroe and Jeflerton stret-ts. es.. The, fountain, spouted half eagles, and 'lion of.all surplus revenue; to the purchase f f the proprietors, corre'pondencevilhouf a' or a unwise. enjoy i.
'-1'112, IB!?, I?. mall''' change into my chamber w i the. national blocks: ,at their current; prices i in I land.. &cof


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4 THE -FLORIDIAN fc JOURNAL ; in Congress. It 'cannot be true, however\ as :"Manufacturing: Producing I year's: business' wai a net --t:::::

L .... : his arrival is It for those.identified in r cent And profit of lLoat
#::gi - ; daily expected, Washington,. is not easy this in one oTtfo

: PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, R.. and his rote is counted on to aid the,electionof thy with Northern manufacturers to ; for manufacturers'ever'known ;in wGrIt tLis
r .
"' .BY,HILTON,& DTKC, Winthrop as'Speaker.Gen.' the uneasiness which/fhey are : That is'each., of the mills ba'in.
fr To whom all rocununicalioni i should bTernu sddreti4 ] feel, at tbe interest whickis, : of spindles cotton ,into mal ufact.urid'1.800 Oft
Cass-at Home. 4,500,000 yard oc'No.
:lUt I .r among tbe Southern people in worth at 7 1.4
-S3: 01Ci We last week noticed with pleasure the cents a
la .
per anaam. A4nL< ,
,1'. L-r toft factories. An article lately r ; and the whole cost of this,
j. -_ result oflhe election in Louisiana, the State ofGen. f inda.
I ;... : I Gen. James, of Rhode Island, in raw material and every item of expenl8
\, lit Tc2egrq4f.he, Satannah Georgian. 15 Tailor's] residence. We feel equal sat and interest on
.;. azine addressed capful!
; I to the planters, ;
., : From our tlp isfac'.ion in the result in was S:231OI9-leafing: Tf
correspondent refering
.1 tbe Charleston c Michigan: I, a profit
the of with
: t profits manufacturing .
Courf ,- For the
at1.7 P. M. on Saturday,' wesre. the home of Gen. Cass. Michigan\ last fall] cotton thus consumed, the
'. 'i i t.eeived the following despatch, date :: I ducing cotton, has alarmed the North 1 t at C cents a pound,would get in
her veto for the Democratic, groa
:i : ::4L gave- Candidate te has aroused, astonished and which the entire cost production,
T .) CiiABtRsrox, Dec. 8, 1.5 P. M.\ cent for the Presidency, by perhap about the same T$I 103,000, only 818,703 U to
tJ South. The statements here mora than
: put
\ I COfCRES-The; Democratic! Caucus last! majority with which Louisiana was carriedbr of manufacture.. Such J.dI

t':.i,.: :. Bight; at Washington. resolved to rote fur the, Whig nominee, Gen. Taylor. Weave Ins as they do from an experienced James thinks should induce the plaster,
I 1 whom they pleased. It is not successful manufacturer, and in their him'Jt'lfche
probable there manufacturer
t h seen that Louisiana, after unexampled effort of tig
will be any organization to-day-if the House/ It: result opposed to his own interests, 1'rv of his own fields.. "

I ,. 'f. should be organized, tbe Message will be de on : in his behalf, has gone against Gen. Tay.or. t that the from j<
gains wish in
only conclusion
I. livered) on Monday: morning. true } b In Michigan, we are not aware of any unsu.il I. ye (to drs ct: at. i:

!f' ..., .f.... l'EYoRa: COTTON MARKET.-The mar. : : exertions by the friends of Gen. Cass be reasonably estimated at three to the success of steam power as e.
ket on Friday man, ; from growing it, cannot: fail to in the two factories, to
remained wbich
I. r : : unchanged-opera h Jet his bosom friend, and if we are correctly! aJlrni01a t
tors waiting the tteamer's news. pression amon; planters. The The price of fuel in the I
,j ', t... c ; informed, the exponent( of his views, Mr. Bary r. neighbor.
; to occur is, that we shall no longer of these establishments, situated
the Democratic candidate, has been cho.en all liter
:\: SECOND DESP A TCII.! o dent entirely: upon the spinners, either !I.d New England: is
:: / probally
: just }
At 6.33: last home I by a majority of between four and five about
J .,: evening, we received the lbI. I or New England, for the as great a) at Tallahassee
} I housand : tU!
::;;' lowing despatchmm/ our correspondent, the. ) I ( : ) great staple.! They will no longer of these mills, high as was the
: Charleston Courier, dated It is true, as we have already said, that price of
: : every I I market of the world-even that of largo as was the
J' : t NEW YORK, Dec. 6, I'. M. I t Michigan last fall gave her vote for Gen. Caj s. States for expense incurred at
ern cotton fabrics reached the I
The Cotton :Market\ But then the enormous rate of jAirt
'e' ,' was quiet to.dsy.- Their opposition to him was divided(I, yv
Sales of the t among themselves ; no longer cent !
.. ) >:I''., week 6300: bales. At the time ho Whig party, so called, supporting Get*. reap ,
.Closing Fair competition, the rich harvest which ,
'. .
Uplands '
were quoted llj f!. Taylor and the Free Soilers
: Fair his voting for M Jr.
Orleans I )
II (". f for years garnered: ; but the South Col. Benton.
>. No Steamer there. Van Buren. In the late election, to the contrary .
: !.
? yet. 1 Benton
I having advantages it seems
a ; :, b iec : the enemies of Gen. Cass and the Democratic I 1t possessed by no proposes to transfer
LATER FROM EUROPE. ( t ion of creation, will work up not a which he has been waging

:: At 7.30 lust evening wo received the foIl ; ( party were united, Whigs and Free 1 her raw material, and divide on most and her friends, from Missouri against
f. lowing t 1Ca Sailers voted for the same officers, and tbi 1t to
I despatch from F I i yet
our the States
correspondent, the : tageous terms gains which have Sen te.re are
.. Cbaleston Courier, dated s l Taj'lor party strengthened by the Van Buren bfghlj!
]Lowell and to learn
: Manchester.Our from the
:_ BALTIMORE voted ee. I party[ have in their coalesced forces been correspondent of
",o (Sunday) Dec. 0, 4 P. M. ) Northern friends are Sun, that he can hope for

The steamer Europa, arrived at Boston fence e.d! ; overwhelmingly defeated by Gen. Cass and well pleased with Gen. James' from the Democratic no
ibis with hi is friends And we have the of
will of
.. November.J3u&inM. Liverpool dates! to the 23d authority t they are wofully! at a loss bow to ; while there is abundant
Taylor for the fact that their allies reuoolo
;J, t papers the
For instance: Gen. J. the Missouri\
asserts that Legislature
g-nerally! not active, transaclions Free Sellers, did their which u.
in the
1n Produce Market rather limited. may !.I 1 duty contest ; can be found for the more rapid in 1350: will select some one else
0 in i the .f i it is said they have proved as true to the as
LIVERPOOL COTTOX MARKET.J The wealth in the manufacturing than in of the patriotic Atchison.
\! before compact is (to) their principles."
ton Market
was exceeding quiet during the ton growing States, except in the may mention, as it is not perhapsknown
week, owing to the h As Democrats and true friends and
..; conflicting adviccs'froin I warm ductiveness of the manufacture of readers, that the sessions of the Mis.

f V.*:. America Tbe former, which puzzled buyers and sellers. merits *: admirers of Gen. Cass, we may rejoice at the of its culture. Now this is gall and are biennial-that it is
v with
*:. that consumers were were well very cautious, knowing' ;: & : success of his party and his supporters in his to the Abolitionists of the North, to effect the elections which
are to
wj/iplied and
/ antic own/ State ; and proudly contrast the .
ipating; large imports. They manifest but lit. We i approbation again and again reiterated the ; i next summer, that Col. Benton has late.
'. ". tie deposition to operate. l which those who know him best, have is slavery that the ( the State
to the causes two sections as it will devolve

'* \ Prices American) and Brazils have declined erbad eipreesed In his behalf with the condemnation: fer-repeated it so often, without r then chosen to elect a United upon
nearly $d. on nn average. JfO which the neighbors of Gen. lor have
contradiction and Senator.
The' Committee Brokers t tatives refutation, that even

the 23rd, were for Fair Uplands quotations and )Mobil on had pronounced against the Administration.But ern men, not a few, have come t to bel I latest intelligence! from Col. Benton'i

6d.| and Fair Orleans (6d.| Sales of the, i in addition to this, we contemplate the When, then, by one clear statement in Missouri, goes to show that la

took week only 21,450; bales, of which speculators be ; Democratic victory in Michigan with the James, the "no small gains of the ; I his efforts mainly to the concili.

9500. Exporters 100, and the trade lighefct degree of interest and satisfaction( ,, the Northern
.. 11,790. Slock 'hand had ( manufacturers,) are Whigs :having;despaird of being
on 300,000 bales. vhen recall the
I Tbe Political news is any wo issues, other than those ed, but at the same time the strong t by the great body of his former

0 treaty of Navigation between unimportant.France and A Mr.' I ':! : rtrictJy: political, involved in the conflict.. of the Abolitionists is overthrown, it I Democrats, he hopes by uniting a par.full

Belgium has been signed recently. : The battle cry of the Whigs and Free Soilers I wonderful that many of the Northern tote with his own f faction from

., ; runner Xevri- the of any i i -was r>.,.-',..the, .....n"'D..,Wilmot.......",_....Proviso,"..'.6O'1I.llh'U.SIi: -11 :that_ I"of__ihe. I l'Demo satisfaction should be restive and ill dissemble to secure a re-election.among I!.
by larnous I in
,: Kuropa. \higs! ita perusal. Co,'. Bolt. Sun,.Voo. 39.t

: BALTIMORE, Dec. 10, P. :M.\ : ; doctrine of no interference with the question of t Our subscribers: will read, not warfare
( proposed by Col.] Benton
?! : Baring's Circular reports Cotton dull t slarery. The issue is said to have been distinctly terest, the be will
though aJ.) t tor,) following extract from the I I waged uuu'er disadvantageous/

,. Ledru; American Rolin dehcriptioiiK are very firm. made. The New York Tribune and Traveller, one of the most moderate and at present promises to end

\0. June Insurrectionists! and thiriy.thrce others of ihe ; other Whig papers were most zealous in their anti.tariff and anti-slavery! defeat: lie has counted upon aid

,1 for have been transported opposition to less papers I which be will not receive. The
life. The Barry- it seemed, for the North :
p question between' t tlemen
Ruwsia, also between France and Turkey:Morocco\ and, f t reason that he is a Democrat, than because of In the November number of the from opinion Iowa which came in last evening, and
1. are been considered settled. The refugees have his approval of Gen. Cass' Nicholson letter. Magazine is an article by Gen. in Missouri and the north.west-th&generally to

removed fromWarJen to Schumber. i is well known througheut the Beaton's
Thu country appeal to lha people will
steamer Ohio had arrived by Barque R- H. Gamble. and
at New York. experienced successful cotton failure, and consequently he will l fail

fact'I\ : We had the pleasure of an examination of. er-in which some very bold and suH'L >''eclion to the Senate. He will nol

Ttltgraphtd the Baltimore .Imtrican. any ; the vessel bearing the above name, fewdays statements are made, in respect to the : support of these: Senators'(Dodge and
d. a
: The following despatch reached of ] ( ative profit of raising and of maoufa ) in his contemplated demonstration
last since ;
.' us lying at the wharf Newport.- cotton.
night : ) support of Senator Douglas! nor of
;:1: bia." She was built in Camden, Maine, the present I It is stated that in 1939: the Cass or Fetch. The
WASHI.\ Michigan
<;TOX, Dec. 0, 4 P. M. peo
of the United
Mr. under the States
An individual personal supervision of Her produced to the I to have changed ground in relation to
named Robertson, from Baltimore 27,000,000 dollars "
was arrested in the Senate Chamber caucus gentlemanly commander, Captain HOSXEK, the net proceeds, I In what manner Col. Bea
capital in the
of ilie expect to carry his point in the Sen.
to.day whilst threatening the life ofMr. Clay. Whigs formerly Brig Lucy. She belongs to 150,000,000 dollars. It is also staled just at

He was committed to jail, supposed lo be in. visoifct; line of COG, AnoiRsoTt At Co, and is in I. 1839, the five States of Maine, New best give present over quite an impracticable impossible to-see.and

sane. It is stated that he 'had as for the Florida shire, Massachusetts Rhode
: askod l Mr. Foote previously trader expressly.! Her Island and contest, and go in heartily for the

t, Mr. Clay ii not entitled to otTer to a resolution that hour in Sti I: Is 266 tons, and her draught of wa' necticut produced cotton fabrics to the to be presented by Senator Foote.
a seat in the
Sen. 40,918,143 dollars
: ate. for the about nine feet two inches, with a cargo of employing: 57,000 can consistently do, without the sac
atives with
t of Cotton capital of 42,000,000. any imaginary principle, and thereby
Iy as bag. weighing 500 pound- 13,639,331 for materials
&c., including : whole with the people of hit
BOSTOX, Dec. 0. had It seemed to us almost incredible that so large ton, this gives 21,.n8.662 dollars as I As it is, he stands in jeopardy and

4. : Dr. Parkman's supposed remains were in. throp, : cargo ceuld' potaibly be stowed away in a i proceeds of the labor 57,000 peril, for the people are against( him

:\.. iered to.day by the family. The inquest is ter lat 1 of ber dimensions, but she is so modelled little more than the planters received for sense,as anybody may know by look

progressing slowly. It is said that important them every foot of her hold is available for heavy I.I entire t! crop, in ,the, production i of Missouri papers.

discoveries. ha.\.'", ""Ph ...........f.. A_ .__ __ cmplOyee il capnai ui iuuuui/i/uu ( I
-- .
---eo uc G.IIUlig .f'lIpera The cabins are on deck, with
; state Ten oflhe best
4 lound in the possession of accused. plantations will not : ..-Tbe Postmaster General'

,, them is a note for 82400, belonging to Among Park: Leon oms unusually large, and arranged for com duce more than 1,600,000 Ibs. of been published in advance of the Pre.n-

man, an several smaller notes held by Park der of )rt and convenience. The ladies cabin is I Ieautifully I One mill of 10,000 spindles, would

;' man against Webiler. of finished off with Bay.wood from whole into cloth, No. 15, in the year. message, and before the organization

sary e forests of Florid plantations, including slaves, &c., ; -a circumstance perhaps witfjoot
\ *-a wood which is
nesday ]: grad.nIly worth at least $639,000. The[ mill, since the adoption of the Federal

BOSTON, Dec. 4. other taking the place mahogany) and which I working capital of 850,000, would be ,, An of
: explanation the
... The Inquest over Dr. Parkman' Remains. destined ere long to supercede it altogether. capital and all, 8250,000.: The t in matter

0 : The jury inquest over the remains of Dr. was richness of color, the Florida Bay surpass G cents per lb., would be worth S I t the Philadelphia fforth American,

Parkman met this morning, when, after con mahogany, and in point ofdurability is in I The cloth, 4,5000,000 yards, at 7 1-2 no doubt semiofficial.Mr.. Ce!.
lion( and
U;. siderable discussion ; ; (yard wide) would be worth : the
the Coroner decided that I wise its inferior. Captain Hosmer has 8337,500. says correspondent of that paper,
j the ex. duct from
investigation should be amount paid the
conducted planter,
privately taste and copies to made of his report: by
and the judgment in selecting .Ialuable overseers, interest
reporters were desired to retire.It r hv ofrnoney &c., say
as fit
papers saw to incur the
: was elated that considerable new evidence : ) hL production of our own toil to adorn I Iis and you leave him $30,000. Deduct er-

would" come up before the inquest to criminate No. I, I cabin, the other appropriate furniture for the above market value of cloth! the the condition only that it should

p Webster. It is also stated that Webster was t hjck it to be of the same material. The, cotton, steampower, labor, &o. &c., $ until the President's: mes
I at Cambridge! on tbe and 000, including interest on
evening oflhe alleged in named after of capital, and I accompanying documents were
: one our own citizens
murder and ball the
when ) manufacturer clear
a light was seen in the Profes- a to "
; aor'e room. formed, < t I H. Gamble: Esq., Jefferson county, and(I $90,500. It is evident, then,that a man Oongress. Under this at.

...r.-. .' the om her light draught, substantial build, ca ning such a cotton mill, would sutTer a several papers applied for copies
I 44 :. fur siderable loss, it & next that was heard of the
\ Ttlegraphed for the Charleston Evening '' U'0 ,. left an carrying largo cargoes, and fine, exchanging: for cotton report
able as a tailor,-to say nothing of the fact tations negroes, '&c., nominally, worth ; in print the next morning."
L NEW ORLEANS to times
,. .. ... -. Dec, 8. I the belong to the line of as much. The value of all is too leaky" t for a Cabinet
(;011M ..UarI Cl.-eltPrdaJ fort.r.live hun. an enterprising property is in (the ratio of its ; "
1-:. .::' deed bales were told utfullice' Frthc This firm, one of which ((1. G. ANDERSON, independent of its actual cost. Hence By similar means, says the cor

:" .'. .- week, 38,000, the largest amount of sales ibis sq.,) is a Florida planter and a resident of mill, with its working capital, at an of the Journal Commerce, utK

season. Receipts 49,000 behind last year.- mancer .city, and is commanded by an experienced I 8250,000, is about as valuable to its and, no doubt,the Treasury Report

f. The Falcon baa just arrived. r of : : and practical ship-carpenter as cotton lands, fixtures, negroes, &c., .1 their way to the Herald, or SOB*
be, which
City cost a million.
I ,,: and will! be press. No less than three frauds
regarded with "
especial 1 The
ved with 8ti par. object Gen. James'article is
NEW OELEANB, Dec. 6-11.12 ) Postmaster General's be.
A. M. by Florida Planters and Merchants.- I. courage the introduction of cotton Report .

:., ... Late and interesting from California. << I Teasel of her character has long been need lures in the cotton growing States ; I public ; and, as if this triple impoii- \

',.. Tbe steamship Alabama has arrived at this in (this trade, and now that we have there be no fallacy in the arguments II I l not enough, it is gravely hinted that !
J. in IiI days, from and l ture of : statements, it hold out : :
\> # port, Chagres, brings all the may a strong t got out by inadvertence !I"
advantages of first
!:; ninety passengers. Tbe California dates by visit a class lion to planters to become the of the Sixth Auditor la

4 V :V' ; her are to the 1st of November. She reports add our with tho elegance and comforts of their own products. It may, appears

'. that the eteamsbsp California arrived at Panama r J a packet, it will be the fault o(our shippers, prove too much ; and he found/ to through the same ;'Jeakj"

..:t: on the 22d 1 November, with a million and i is, not permanently engaged in the St. gainst the well established doctrine, that Postmuter General. \

.-, :.4 4' a half of gold dust. The, accounts from the session, I : \ trada.fJr most effectual and profitable results are indeed, be rich, if; as tho corres

.. I f". ::4{ mines were of a favorable character. can tained from a sub-division of labor. tha Journal of Commerce broadly

The political news is interesting. The t their I :: The London Examiner thinks (hat f tact, if it be a fact, that manufacturing
'1 as should
Constitution have is more than message treasury report
was to been proposed to with his lt Canada, the United States profitable producing it, is
'. J the for Great I self no : l advance of the of the
people adoption on tho 15th: Novem. :::: the reason why cotton raisers !should organization
I4; f.M 1 ber,and on the same day a Governor and two I ances.- latter will be vastly the gainer in bricate their owner materials, any more ; h

*,t 11-- *f t members of Congress were to have been elee."i event of the annexation of the former to' the fact that printing-ifsuch were the i .

I; ;' ted. T. Butler King who, it is stated, baa : country. The mother country will be rid(I More profitable than paper.making, is a lion Howell Cobb. *<.,

rJ resigned his; seat as Representative in Con. eral \ f l a heavy tax, says that paper in the shape sob why paper!makers should! become prin ttlbinnton correspondent'ofth9 Ba I.

,,::P' gress from Georgia, is "prominent candi. Court of I l salaries Tie difference of skill required- for the
((1\ consideration
:I" date. for tbe U. S. Senate from the new State a shout 1 : would we should' think operations\ is as great, in one 'case as in t says of the gentleman] :i nominaUo
.- ;"; .' .., California. 1t weigh hugely with her already other. 5 ocrats, as their'candidata for Spea
country. 1I
1 The steam chip Falcon having the Califor. t people,) and a larger amount I in ''II Gen. James assumes that no cause ... *

":': :' nia mail on board, left Cbagres on the 28th, moment I and dissatisfaction on the part of be found for the more rapid increase of is but one.opinion about Mr.,Cobb.,

- .t...\ and it expected here to-day. pretends I ( I Provinces. What the latter and Brother in manufacturing than in the is a MAN friends and fees are ,.

(I ; 1 Oo Wednesday, 6,509 bales Cotton were have no : will gain; by the Union is ing States, except in the greater it.; and the free soilers iben>

,( \. : ;.j.. told, and full prices demanded and obtained. standing, : business of the none of ness oithe- manufacture of cotton than nothing but eltreme oartizinsmp
..t" country-the culture: The oim.
: t't cum from 1 t young assumption will at least t excuse for .their opposition t If
j.l'. I t Burton it (r. said has obtained a lease oft be &c. will take care of the consequences.. : of a doubt. But what, somewhat, surprises is a Southern man with Sinc'J I If

I site of the old Park Theatre, Neur-YorV or only I ,: : Jonathan makes up his mind to the is-the productiveness, ofcotton:, m :i ; he is attached lo the Uniop (

: .', ninety yeara and Blends to build on it; hut of the I[ : : it.will take place to a certainly, if'not)t as stated by Gen. James. lIe says, in c I i account the .man for tbe cru"t ,

eo .. whether a theatre or private dwellings lot lion mutt ani (here's no use for dame Britain firmation'of his statement', that in eacb\of( of the Union, and the lovers'. '
I cotton which iava
( inleresjed
we alike
to be'
It&.tfd. flied II presume ( a
a rights !
t 1 rtiigoed ..ea'I bo fretting about it .II! AdvaUce :
.! ,, matiage4 by Wrn.se.ltV-tteam "
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-.. H' F.omVie.Y: 0; Tuu Dell O-:: The Hon. R. J. Walker has not be' The Quincy Male and.Female Sal- of City Lots and other Lands. STONE & McCOLLIJM'SLEVkIHN

A Narrow Escape. come a convert to tho dogmas of tbe protection ACADEMY B Y order of his honor Thomas Baltzell, Judge?
'The fallowing incident it related by a cor. I theorists of where TlflLL re-open TUESDAY, January t. Is.V ..")/). the MidJe Circuit, sitting in Chancny. in .
of the Charleston Newi. 'It is quite Pennsylvania, or any V This Institution has, for the last fire years, (.'r the Circuit Court nf Leon County the Matter I .

"resiwndeut else. Tho reports to this effect put in circulation 1 been under the superintendence of the subscriber, will oiler at public sale, within legal i hours before ESTABLISI1ENTI .
face oiin.I -
. new to ui, and carries on its an air and its continued and increasing prosperity duringthis the Court hlousedonrin the city of Tallahassee,on
, the coal and iron of that
'. probability although we cannot undertake to by mongers period, is a sufficient guarantee of its perma; the First Monday in January next, the following ,, ..r .

/1. ,* that no such thing occurred. We ran State, hare been contradicted by the Washington nency,and of estimation in which it ia held by theommiSnity real estate,,viz: .. : : _

9 hardly ay that naval commanders would! Union and the Pennsylvania ( During the scholastic year which has 5tV)acres ol. land,more or les".being all Section __________________
f snppo&e by just closed, it has numbered! six teachers and one fivein Township one ((1) South.and Range one
rush into hostilities. with better
venture to no hundred and forty.one students. More than $1000 ((1)) East. except the East. hal nl the N E quarter.
varrent than a mere casual report, suppliedby RICHMOND EXQCIHEK. This excellent have been expended in tha purchase Apparatus s.a "320: acres, more or less,( Madison County;) viz:

a chance encounter with an unknown in I democratic paper comes to us enlarged, and Library! Chemicals, &.c..for the use'of (the xchool. ; the Est.hai of S Kqr of Sec one ((1) and East hal --_ _

formant. If such thing is possible l however, in Surveying is taught with the chain and compass. 'of qr Sec twelve. (12)) in Township one (I --j Lej _
very much improved typographical appear. Student and have ton South East. The West : -5't- _
in Geology Mineialogy access Range seven (7) hal of S ::--== -
that it would be worth while to
it seems to us :ance. The Enquirer is among tbe best of extensive cabinet of minerals containing specimen i Wtirfcf ec six.(6) and West half of N qulterSCsevfl. \ _It
make provision against such a result.' It would irom various rarts of the world. Those fond (7)l) iu Township one ((1)) South, Range .t
be satisfactory it the writer in the News would I our exchanges, and is always a welcome visi. [rt f reading, have the advantage ot a well selected eight |\SV East. \ _

,(I give the names of the English and American I tor. We wish it the most unbounded prosperity. Library, containing among other valuable works, 50 acres, more or less, adjoining Tallahassee on S_ _ _
, 1!most of the standard authors in history. The classesin the South-wett. -

vessels referred to, and of their commander: I _ _ _ i Natural Philosophy and Chemistry, are admitted Also, ten ((10)'unimproved) lots in the city of Tal. illl At : ,. .
In conversation a day or two since with one to the manipulations of the laboratory, and allowed lalussce!' viz : No 176in old plan ; Nos 13,1.2,1. : ..

of our gallant naval officers, he communicated Just as we go to press, the splendid band :to experiment for Ibem.ele. un
to me the following remarkable incident con. connected: with the Circus has been drawn in. I Df the teacher. in the South ; and lots Ros9,10,13and 31, in the Smith -- '
greater advantages to students of either .Idtlition. Alio three 3 lots in thfJ'oilhMditio9
did not break out aford. sex [ ] unimproved -_ I
mected with the war which 1 to town by twenty horses. Eihibtion to.night, : acquiring a thorough academical education beingos 115, 137, and 151-[. _

between the United States and Great Britain Monday, and Tuesday. I Competent and faithful Teachers are employed in the moiety of the three lots belonging :o Robert W. ti

.. on the northern boundary question, a few}'earsj j t iC\'era Drpartment and no exertions will ,be want Williams-who wi uite in t heir sale for partition.] ,
: ,Ince. You will recollect that at one time a --------- j worthy of a continuance The above pnperty is sold 3!the estate of frhain .4

between the two countries, on that MORE CUKCS I'A (the liberal patronage i has hitherto received G. Searcy, deceased, for partition and distribution
rupture EFFECTED BY DR. CORBETTS SHAKER Boardincluding washing may be obtained: either among the heiis. Q. ,
subject, was considered inevitable by a great SYRUP OF SARSAPARILLA! with the te.chers. or in several rsj>"ctabl- familiesin The /erwj. of tale are, one-fifth of the purchase ; .1

many whose opinions were entitled to consid. The following is from Jacob P. Eastmanof Con. I the to.n. at prices varying from $10 per I. money in Cash the remainder in four equal annual

,eration. About' sunrise on one fine morning. :ord N. IL, extensively known as an elficietit RailRoad 1 month, For further particulars, see printed catalogue -:. iitftalnienlt,bearing interest at fix per cent payable

a frigate of our navy espied: a large ship on I Contracior and Builder, throughout the New I which may be obtained by application to arnually in advance, secured in !separate ob'igations.If Tins very superior and stupendous Exhibition, acknowledged with one accord to bo I theLEAII1XG
England States. N. 1 STEWART, Principal. payment of any instalment be delyt it shall
the horizon, which after a few hours sailing B. TOX, March 8, 1S49. Quincy December 1 1649. .IV 4t bear interest at eight per cent i paid : and the

proved to be a first class frigate of the British 'Messrs. E. Erinley &. Co.: t Sentinel copy. Court may, in its discretion, order! a re.nll at the EQUESTRIAN ESTABLISIBIENP -

' navy: belonging to the West India squadron.IJy : .- Gmtl"r.lw-I am happy to infotm you of the -.- risk of the p'Jchuer. upon any default of payment,

an extraordinary coincidence the comrnanler '\.vonderful effects of Corbett's Sarsaptirilla upon Daguereotye Miniatures. giving 6 day notice. Purchasers to pay for title

the rit vessd'had a few days preri.ously i.little daughter of ours, who was poisoned whent deeds. BENJ. F. WHITNER, ON THIS CONTINENT :' -
< of I the ae1 of about three years, by tJat Il tiuIl.- J. 31. SPAULDIXG December 1. 1S19.t 47 Master in Chancery.
hailed a ship, the captain of which inror.I! Eruptions! of the skin covered her whole body for '% TOULD respectfully .give notice to the Ladies Will exhibit at TALLAHASSEE. on SATURDAY MONDAY,and TUESDAY, tbe f&b.1itJ, and
the United States had declaredwar the of. Series for 1850. 19th of DECEMBER. 1549, for THREE DAYS ONLY on the Public Square. /
med him that more then twelve months, discharging most \l' and Gentlemen of Tallahassee and vicijity,
It is to add in ol the immense amount of humbu A! tae resorted to by
the rensive matter. We were compelled for mouths to be has taken in necessary consequence
that Building
England on boundary I looms over
against question Bake', Establishments! that the material\ McCOLtUM'S CIRCUS i i"
.. THE HOME JOURNAL, : Itinerant Travelling STONE & entirely -
" jblige! ) our little sufferer to wear mittens while in Mes.r Bull Si Pratoriu he .
and the captain of vessel which the A. wil top new. Tl.e extent and grandeur of the outfit this Sprin, ft without a parellfl 1 in the annals nf
jed, and to adjust her night-dress by closinc the a short time, and solicits the attention patron. >!1 K1.EGAJSTL1T PRINTED
had hailed thatEngland similar and the wrvicen several and ions the
commander reqair-d Art (
tnerican reported o
: complete
'openings at the hands and feet so as to prevent her ,"e of those who wuwld like a likeness of themselves .FAMILY JfCWSPAVKH, E"labihmfntj. Jlf.anie
had declared war against the United from tearing her flesh. But even with these pre. and friends. EDITEDny' P. MORRIS AND N. P. WILLIS. tout t/emble : TRAVELLING CAVALCADE, ducn past %Vinfex. ) v.

States. Thus the two commanders were un. rautions, she would, at times, release tier hands: by Miniatures executed in 31 weat?-er. THE CORPS OF PERFORMERS

der the impression that t the respective countrieswere gnawing her mittens about the finder! ends, and then Ladies; and gentlemen invited to call and examine VOLUME of this brilliantly original and ,

at war, and they prepared for a 6ght.Simultant'oml .- scratch and lacerate herself severely until the blood his:specimens. ANEW FAMILY NEWSPAPER will! be is-ued Are of that superior cat not found in Cirrus C.mpanip generally,numbering acting" them gentlemen!
woulJ flow. December H, 151! 4: tf 01. thefirit next. New;subscribers can who are alike respected fur their estimable qualities HI private hie, .lot their wp-r r performance
', and as if by concert the A. She i i'l!' now nearly restored to health, having! usedno be supplied Jal&ary from that dale, by forwarding in pubhicand with satisfaction we refer to the following names: '::
merican and British flags were hoisted, and other medicine for the last! two years than "Cor- Teacher's Situation Wanted.
two dollars to the office of publication. IL SIGX'R LUIGI GERMAN T. McCOLLtiM J E. STONE JOHN 'S
this alternative ,
-.ri11a. The effect of powerful
after the order to << for action, bell's Sarsap ITJ.
soon prepare YOUNG GENTLEMAN from Virginia who During the pat four years THE HOME( JOURNAL
double shut the guns!' was given on board is most and credicate signal: seeming all disease.to cleanse The skin the A Las been intimately connected with three dif has met with universal. tavor at the hands of all classes: Four men the world cannot produce their" equal* in their respective lines of business,.jrith

each vessel. In five minutes both were readyto of whole our little system girl is now fair as that of infancy, and ferent Colleges!, and has some experience in teach. ol the community, and the ptoprietors will spare I J. L1PMAN. D. \%'. STONE, S. U. SHAY. THOMAS: NEVILL.v.. STUART
ing, would be ;pleaded to obtain a situation a' Principal neither exertions nor expense to give such increased LE SIEUR EDGAR T. H. COLE.MAN I J. .
commence the work of death and dettruc- her system rapidly changing! from impurity and disease ,
of tutor in in value interest attractiveness the
an Academy to
a private family forthcomingyear .
to perfect health, and this I know to be the result Masters HURT and WILLIAMS.
lion. some healthy section t.f this State. Address J. T. as will render it superior in every respect to
ofthe of Corbett' Sarsaparilla only.J
"These'euel.. were within miles of each u!e P. EASTMAN. C., Monticello Florida. all the volumes that have preceded it. Besides the The JESTERS to the Entertainments are, '

other, and then commenced a trial of seaman. Made and put up by the Society of Shakers. Refers to Dr. MILES NAI H. Talahaiiep original poduction of the editors the Foreign and

ship, na.tical, skill, each uoing every arti. None genuine without the signature of Dr., COR. Gen. W 11. BAILEY, Dometic ofa large list of contributors W. WORRELL & GREEN JOHNSON, .
Rev. WM. CHOICE, enan..ville.Dcrembpr the spice of the European and American Magazines r"
fice and every expedient to get to the wind. BETT. 15, 1S49.- 4'J' 7t* selections from the most interesting pub ica- Of that pure dye so often enquired after by gentlemen vi.itini; similar Exhibitions Uen4e by lidifs.
ward oftbe other, in order to select a positionthat $:,- EDWD. BRINLEY & CO., Sole. Proprietors.For tions of the d.iy will frequently be given. Such lea- I In the representations so far as the Clowns and other pert'rcf in the ring are couc "\rude jest_*

would' enable! the successful one to do the sale by them in any quantity, and by their appointed Butler &Denham lures 33 have been found to be atractive"i be re- or improper action, will be tolerated by the proprietors. '

,other the most injury by a single broadside. Agents in the United States and Canada received and opened a full and complete tamed and new ones added. I Beln of our With this. a.urancewe trust the odium heaped upon Travelling Ccnipamey generally by a portion of
LEWIS & AMES, HAVE of adapted to a Southern Time" by N. P. Willis! ; .Brief Novel," .Piquant the mass, will, in this instance,b recalled.
For sii long hours did the two frigates strivein Goo. patiulrl "
Sole Agents! for Tallahassee.MARRIED market, t reasonable terms Stories ; the sparkling wit amusing anecdote Good actincro\Tnthtm5pl\eswith lasting bays; ,
this way. Never were orders given in a For cash or approved credit. news and gosip 5[ of the Parisian papers ; Per Who well deserves, needs not another's.praise." 1
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clearer voice, or more readily or willingly ex. Our entire stock having been purchased: with cash sonal sketches of Public characteis; the stirring '
ccuted. But it became apparent} that |110 sailing we flatter ourselves we can offer goods at such rates scenes of the city we live in ; a chronicle of the THE GRAND BRASS BAWD (
the American to the At Live Oak, on the 13th instant,by the Rev. Dr. as will please: those who will favor us with their news for Jdies ; I he fashions and fashionable ->s-
qualities was superior M. Nash, ARVAH HOPKINS,Esq.,to Miss SUSAN patronage. sip; the facts and outlines of news ; the pick of English It another important feature in the annals of musical connoisseurs placed 8 it i i. under the, direction of
British frigate and that on another tack she information and brilliancy ; the wit, humor, its very eminent Leader '.- >
We will continue receive by every arrival from
BRANCH of Governor John Branch all
daughter ,
would accomplish what her commander was' so New York and Nrw Orleans such goods as arc usually and pathos of the times ; essays on life, literature. "
killfully trying to do. She 'uout d ship,' ol Leon County, Florida.On wanted in this market. Among our silk good society and morals and the usual variety of careful H. K. GAUL

went round beautifully! and directed her course the 23th November, at Pine Flat, by Thomas will be found- choosing from the wilderness of English periodical Forming during the tertainments in the Circle, the mot EFFICIENT STRING BAXD-r-Leader, J.
" Fancy Sacks and VNites of the latest style, literature, criticism, poetry, will still continue to BERNA RD. All tend to one grand point, viz: making Stone SfJllcCollum't Circus complete in everydepartment.
the Hull to
cowards the supposed euem). Soon frigates Esqr., Fancy Silks in Drew Patterns, enrich these columns.,1s .

approached. Not a word was spoken or CAHOUN, all of Gadsdcn County, Fla. Black I no moTf copies of the first numbers will lie Every day, between the hours of 8 and 1 t. (weather permitting) the superior Band will appear in

even whispered by any of the officers or crew On the 25th Novembe., at Captain Jesse McCall's. Worked Cups, Silk Shawls, Embroidered do. printed Ihal the demand absolutely requires ands procession,seated in their Elegant Car, DRAWN BY TWENTY HORSES and drifenbj' Mr. JOHN'
( neie generally desire to begin will, ALLEN, one of the most expert reinsmen of modern dav".
Tissue Silks articles
and other of hb- -1'itT'
of all intent. Berages,
either vessel. The were .
( eyes Saw Mill Plantation, by E. S. Shepird, Esq.. JEREMIAH .
advisable subscribe
ionable dress Goods. the lepinnineit I to wiThout: Gentlemanly: Ushers in attendance, to wait on families In their seats.

)ly and eagerly fixed on the commanders who, TRUSSELL to Miss MATILDA SHACK. Of Boots and Shoesa complete asoortment, itulu- delay, to avoid any disappointment in the early and Prices of Admission.-Box, 50 Cents. Children, under 10 years of ago half price. Pit,

trumpet in hand occupied a position where ELFOBD, all ot Gadsdcn County, Florida. ding children's,bov'si, men's, and ladies'. prompt receipt of the paper. for the Negro population,25 Cents: -no haif price -
they could be seen by all, and from which Also-12 bales Gunny Cloth Terms-THE HOME JOURNAL published every
I. Saturday, at No. 107 Fulton street New York, a't Time of Opening Doors.-Night, 6 o'clock.
their orders would lie heard by all. The gunners 41 coils!Kentucky pe.
OBITUARY.Died December 15. 1SI9. 49 3t tbe vtry low price of two dollars a year, or three Time of Comileiiciiig.-Nigbt, 61 o'clock.
were at their guns, the matches were in for five dollars in advance.
in this city, on the 10th instant, of Brain copies There will be a Day Performance 8n MONDAY and TUESDAY, December 17th and lSth. at 2
their hands all to be instantaneously and communications
ready ape -\Uleters,remitancel. ,(post
Fever ELIZA wife of J. L. Groner in the 29th rpjjf: subscribers have just received per brig I.
to be to o'cok.
silent death itself. paid)
plied. All were as as JL G. Anderson: boxes Raisins and Curranti, ( ( G. L. ATON4Agent.This :; .

44 And now the vessels are quite close, and rear of her age. (;fresh: fruit) Almonds,Butter Crackers, havana C. MORRIS AND WJL.IS, Ncw-Yrrk. Company performs at CHATTA1IOOCIIE.Tnesday.December! 1 1.QUINC '. 4

the order to fire i.i* about to be given-a mo. l Died on the first December, in the city of New gars:of various brands. Sale on Monday, January 7, 1850. Y.Wednesday. December 12.BAINBKlDGE.Ga.Thnr.sda .

meet dreadful suspense ensues-the Amer. York, Rev. JOHN GOODENOUGH late Agent for BUTLER & DENHAM. U I 4' >, December 13.
December 15, 1S49.' 49 3t Gadsden Sherif's Sale. M. M. JOHNSON'S. Friday December. 14. .. ..
Sun commander applies I the trumpet to his Florid of the American Bible Society,aged 27 years ?'
T)Y *irlue pf a writ of i !as.!issued from the December 1, ,47' -
mouth-he speaksFrigate ahoy!t' No answer and (G} months. Attachment.
JLJ. omce ot tne uieru 01 me lICIJ ourt ior me -_ _____. __ __. ____ ____ -__ ---- ,
for a moment. Frigate ahoy! Awful In Justice't Court, Second District, Leon County. County of Gadsden: in the Middle Circuit of the 1.4 '

.tJlipell e.-' Halloo !F was the answer at last. Masonic Notice. Charles Darby, ) State pi Florida Vhert'il William Forbes is plaintiff The Florida Exchange. HEAD QUARTERS .FLORIDA-MILITIA.nb ?
20, 1549.
Any news from England? No,' was" vs. > Amount of Debt, $3t 00. and George F. Stdhl is defendant. I hate levied T.lbJuute. 'UI 3
repon. (p-:: The Grand Annual Communication of the f located the eltct ion for tollowing Field
establishment at
for sale well known
upon and will expose at public outcry, to 1113 WHEREAS I
Thalieiv 1) Van Horn.
Jed in a deep clear voice. The crew gave Grand Lodge of Florida will be held in the Masonic ) the highest bidler! before the Court house door in T of 1'ensacola and Monroe streets, opposite Ofcer" to wit : one Major 'Generat for 1st
lIE defendant! and all other interested hereby corer
vent to a little of their pent up exc tement.- hall, in the city of1'allabassee. on Monday, the 14th T notified of the commencement "f are this suit- -the town of Quincy, on the first Monday in J.n- the Capitol, recently occupied by I. N. Drake one Major General for 2d Division one
Where bound ?' Havana.' Frigate within hours the described been refitted by the sub.bnber, i..jBnuadifT General! for 1st Brigade, one Brigadier
are legal following recently
you day of January, 1S50. Officers and ReprelioCntatio by atichmelt. returnable to a Justice's Court to be lary lS5o : having house General (for 3d Brigade, and one Brigadier Generalfor
visitors. The
British commander in his property to wit : now for the reception of
ahoy said the at on the lth day of February A. open
Subordinate Lodges thereof will take notice, andjovern D. 1S5Ond and the The NV' i of Sec 10, in T 2, N of R 3 W.. and is a commodious one, having a good Bar ROm, and .4th Brigade.Florida llilitia. was bto the 1st
the to plead to
Hallo 1 V
turn. was refponce. Any themselves accordingly. A full representa- Given under appear hand and seal this. samf.13th the W"'J of the N E 4 ol Sec 10, in T 2N of R 3 a fine room up stairs with a good Billiard Table.. day of October.1S49- i !by canvass -
day of
United States? Xo. A my of the return made! Executive Office that
from the the
news pause ion from the Subordinate Lodges is particularly de. December, \ .. being the land on which the Mills known as Parties can be accommodated with private rooms.
John Milton is elected General of
. which lasted for a few minutes. Where are 1519.EDWARD M. Smith's Mills are situated. Good and attentive servants ready at any and all duly Majcr lit
!. J. B. TAYLOR [KAL. ] Division
bound ?' Havana.' Simultaneously a -Justice of WF. Levied upon as th- property of said defendant ando hours diy or night ; and visitn.-s may rest assuredthat ;
you General Division
Grand Secretary G. L. Fla. said writ of fa. attention will be them. The house Jesse Major ;
he sold to satisfy: paid
[In December 49 3m f. every
: buMle! ensued on board both frigates. 15,1819. SAMUEL LOVE will always be furnished with the best of OYSTERS.and Robert C. CaldvetlErigadierGrneraIlst] Brigade;

defiance discipline, the men left their guns, In connection with the above, the undersigned Circuit Quincy, December S. 43 Sherii. other articles the best the market affords. Hot James. A. Pedon. Brigadier General .Id Brigade; _
and it was a full quarter of an hour before Committee, appointed for that purpose by Jackson! I Equity.---cfersop Court. lSH Ccffve always on hand. Benjamin Hopkins( ,Brigadier General!-4th t Biigade..V .

they could K tU>fy themselves that they were Lodge, No. 1, announce to the Fraternity throughoutthe Executor r*. Wilamfl Lea, ,- Sale on Monday, Januiry 7, 1850. December 47 4t W. J. SITH. persons'c. be it are therefore hereby Known proclaimed, That duly the elected above named ta-

not going into an engagement. Wishing each State, that on the Thursday following the meet- J. R. Cannon and others. Gadsden Sheriff's Sale. 1,1 gH. the various commands designated, and when coin-

other a prosperous passage, the two vessels ing of the Grand Lodge, there will be a procession, ALL persons havitigclairns against the estate of BY virtue of writ of fieri facias, issued from the McNaught & Ormond missioned. will be obeyed and respected accordingly
altered their and headed for the Williams Lea late of Wakulla County, officeof the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the Tilt Governor.By
courses port and public installation of officers of the<< Grand Lodge, now received their fall stock, comprisirg A ]
deceased, are notified to the same before of Gad.-len.! ii the Middle Circuit cf the HAVE the Governor Attest, ;
of their destination.In and an address by Brother R. B. HILTON, followedby hereby present CaiMy and well selected: assortment of all articles L- A.THOMP. Adj't": and !
me. at Court House in on or Stte 'Florida, wherein Robert L. Edmonds isphiltitrJani ,
few days they both reached Havana, refreshments suitable to the occasion. We cordially before the t th of January 1S30'ralahee.eidence to Hezekiah Smith i is defendant. I have usual} called for,viz: December I.I SU.47:

tbe American frigate some twelve hours in ad- invite the Brethren of sister Lodges in the <* taLl h the same, as I shall then proceed wih to report will expose for sale, at public out.cr Shoes, Keri-coarse\,, Linsejs, fine, and, fancY, &.C.,
When the British vessel to anch. claims against said estate, the validity the bidder, before the Court House ;
vance. got State, and adjoining Counties of Georgia, to come upon to highest Blankets, hats, Cap. nod Hosiery, Fancy and St
amount,and priority if of each claim, in order in the of the first Monday in
any town Quincy on
she saluted the American and the
or, was by ,CloaksUmbrellas,Parosols, attention
up in the spirit of Masonry, and unite with us in Readymade Clothing particular i
full and final of the the described
to: a distribution remaining assets January, 1S30, within legal hours, following THE
compliment was returned. In the evening the the celebration, and partake of the of the the tc.. to my new Stock
hospitalities of estate, upon coming in of the report. property, to wit :
two commander! supped together, and com. the Brethren of Jackson without further By order of the One woman, named Rachel. Hardware Tinware Woodware. and Crockery, Goods which are.bein sold on
Lodge negro
any Court.BENJ. Salt Iron, Paints, Oils, and Varnishes,
be lound store in
muntcated to each other the inaccuracy of(the 'ornul invitation.R. F. WHITNER, Levied upon as the property of said defendant, and Coffee, Nais., and other stock at any city
which bad coincidence Master. in Chancery. tobe sold to satislv said writ of fi. fa. Grocerif.Toetber embrace every variety
intelligence by a singular with a great variety of Ornamental such
A. EIIINK: CII.\!. C. DYKE, December 15; 1St 19. 4! Sentinel copy.Turk's SAMUEL B. LOVE, Sheriff. c-s/ul as
been communicated to both. If and Fancy.Jlrticles\o respectfully -
you Plain and figured Silks
J. B. TAYLOR, WM. GERMANV, Quincy December 8,1349. 4S ts
had fired a single gun said the American invite the attention of purchasers and promiseto Sirins, plain and t Lac
Island Salt. ----
j. s. RUST, Committeec.. sell low for cash or produce. ure.
commander, I would have fired a broaside into : Pro-Slavery Mules really Swiss and other I 8art
((0-: Papers friendly to the cause are requested to 500 BUSHELS for sale by McNAGUORJUOND also expect, throughoutthe Cashmere", De Lames,
My crew said the British command.r i undersigned heieby no- and advance COTTONS.
you. copy. BETTON &HIGGS. THE Mason, to purchase on Alpacas, Lawns,
were at their posts, and prepared on the Decembers, IS 19. 48..hNotce. \ (- his friends,in Lron, Newport, Fla., November 10, IS"! 44- i ij
I Jefferson, and Madison Counties with a splendid assortment cf j
first hostile demonstration to engage with you. !)rJA: Uraud Convocation of (the Grand Royal .. .that he will be in Florida New Store and New Goods. too numerous to enumerate,

What a bloody engagement would not that Arch Chapter of the State of Florida, will be held .4 4 about the t first day oi January, the celebrated STEWART t
have been ? I need hardly the two commanders ALL persons having against the estate of ISJ.ith a lot of sixty or seventy THE subscribers have rented the store formerly way. expressly for this market. I
say in the Masonic! Hall, in the city of Tallahassee, on .
Henry Branch, late of this County, deceased by Mr. McDougal, adjoining that of stock also embraces '
MULES. He will visit My a
'made a night of it, and parted bos- Monday, the 21st day of January, 1550.: are requested to present them to the Administrators ''all the above Counties,and give Mr.Knight,three doors below Mr. Eurney's.and will DRY GOODS:, with every ,

om friends in tbe morning.from J. B. TAYLOR within the time prescribed by law, or they his friends\n opportu.Vit for making good bargains. open in a few days a General Stock of Goods, consisting Goods Groceries, Boots, Shoes

Grand Secretary G. R. 1. C. Fla. ,\i be barred. JOHN W. TOMPKINS. of Dry Good., Silk Goods, Fancy ditto, Hats 4c..' unsurpassed by any ever
the Florida Sentinel.St. : JOSEPH BRANCH ) and Caps Boots and Shoes,Clothing. Saddlery Groceries Call and examine.
December 1.1S1947 4t
John's Seminary of Learning JAMES H. BRANC1IA Iu ,..Tj .., _---, -- -- _,l_ _1LL 1 Hardware, Woodxvare and Tinware:which November 21. 1949. 45 I -
Clerk' Office of the United Htatei District Decembers, I S.9. 4S 8t !Tax Collector's Sale. they will offer for sale on the most reasonable terms
The Jacksonville Republican learns from a Conrt for the Northern District of Florida, for ca-h; or country produce. I
Circular addressed to the various Masonic at Tallahassee, Dec. 15, 1810. Notice. BY virtue of the authority vested in me by I\v. I By close attention to business, and the low prices Dissolution of

\. Lodge throughout the State, that Lodge No. IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in accord authority of the Hon. Alexander McDonald, haveltvied upon and will ex\os\ lor at which they offer their Goods, they hope to merita T lIE! partnership in the pr
NOTICE BY fore the Court House door in Madison, on the first ing between the ?
the VI Rule of the United States. District Judge of the Court of Probate for Madison share of public patonaKf. I
of Madison\ have undertaken to establish
11, Monday in June next, the following described lands, & DENHAM.N. ,under the nameand style l
Court in and (or the Northern District ef Honda County, 1 will sell, on Monday, the 31st day of December
a free seminary learning in that place, des or so much thereof as will satisfy the Taxes due B. They are prepared to make liberal advanceson Was di.,olved by mutual consent!' f
I shall on Saturday, the 22d day of the present instant, at the plantation of the late John
igned "to afford the blessing of educationto month, proceed to draw the names of twenty-four J. Boyce, all t the personal propeity of said deceased, thereon for the year 1S49 t. to wit : COTTON,shipped to their friends in New York. Our joint attention to untti

that portion of the rising generation in this freeholders to serve as petit jurors at the ensuing consisting i of ten Negroes, among whom are some TheNE4Sech1TlR'NandEtheSW1 I October 27, IS-J'J. 42 tinue te be given except
Sec6TL"R 7, N and E., belonging to George A. be
Term of the Court for 1850.: The valuable ant six Mules three arrangement may agreed
State who are destitute of other means of ob. January, drawingto house sen j Horts. a authorized settle aDd receive
be done the Clerk's Office in Tallahassee. and Saw Gin Mclntjre.: New Goods, &0.DRY to
at Carriage Bug;y, two Wagons, a good ,
following DAVID
taining knowledge. arc ROBERT B. HILTON, Clerk. Plantation Utensils, Corn, Fodder, and about thirty GOODS. GROCERIES, HARD WARE, .
Tat Collector for Madison County. over the store of Silas F.
Board of Trustees : December IS, 1849. 49 bales of Cotton, a Mock of Cattle, Hogs, and Sheep, December 1, t519. 47 6m : BOOTS, and SHOES, &.C. present MEDICUS A .
John Westcott, President ; John R. Harris, Household and Kitchen Furniture. Just received and for sale byGEORGE tofore accupied by LG (( and

Treasurer ; Theo. Hartridge, Daniel S. Gra. AUCTION.ON JOHN C. McGEHEE, Carriage H. BESTWICK. :
Administrator, J. J. Boyce. Repsitor. November 1949. 4 ,
bam D. D. Matthew Whit. Smith and N !
a. .
TUESDAY,January 1 the first, before our Auc. December 8, 1549. 48 4t E arrangements f
ban P. Willard. Wm. A. Brinson, W. M., tion Room,a family of six Negroes, consistingof :D. at the North for Buggies For Sale.at a Tallthassce, Nov. 2-. 15-10.

( C. C. Coffee, S. V.'., B. C. Pope, J. W., ex. a fellow and wife, aged; 35 and 37 years; 'two boys Notice. ._ and Carriages of superior quality, Bargain.

officio Trustees. Charles Russell, Secretary.The and two girls, aged 4,7,11, and 14 )ear.. Alsoone having claims against the estate of WIU leceite a sipply by every vessel, and offer them A PAIR of family HORSES-young and Just :
fine fellow 30 Also three other likely ALL persons I low for cash. The Carriage Repository will be in be sold at a if
aged! years. lentei bagr. Brig Emeline from New
Board intends the J. Boyce, late of Madison County, de-
to apply to next Negroes, all of good character and condition. Barllett's Brick Building. __ _ applied RO, together PER from New '
General Assembly for an act of incorporation, BERRY & ROWLES, ceased, are hereby required to render them to the Also, at the old stand, next door to Hopkins & tamily Carriage, nearly neApply at this OfficeNovember bolts Kentucky :
within the time law.
and in the meantime has sent agents to ope. December 15, 1549.!} 49 3t Auctioneers. undersigned JOHN specified C. McGEHEE by )It inni".he will keep constantly on hand Saddles,, 17, IS49.- 45 0 10 bait Gunny do. ; ;

rate in this and the adjoining States for the Administrator John J. Boyce. Briles..Uartm/alts.llrntu and Carriage Bags, Trim,: B ggys for Sale ; cpis Jute Rope,

collection of funds to assist in the erection of Negroes to Hire. December S, 1819. 4S 8t Calfskins,Lnin.Jkiu.and all other Val..t". JMILLER & BROKAW.rfflEYhave 1 50 50 kegs. Buckwheat Kentucky Roe.

appropriate buildiifgs. We are glad to see WILL be hired for the year 1850.at Public Auc ly found fn Iore! of t this description. .Y r and will 10 du.' Gosheii Butter,

these indications that the public' mind is be. ,before I the store of Daniel Ladd,in New Plantation for Rent. NoUmtr 2IS4- 46 4t just a ceiye. BUG.I ,.2:boxes famiI;-Cbee. e,

ginning to be stirred up on this subject. The port, on Tuesday the first day ot January next, ten. lIE subscriber will let (or the en'uing 'e3 hiPLANTATION New York GYS>, hnd.y sell low for cash. lOO.kegs Njil! -,: -, 5,
twelve valuable Negroes, consisting of men, women T Teceiving
enterprise of Madison Lodge speaks its own or near the Ocilla River adjoin.ng 17,184945 : For sale:
; pra'ue-none could be more laudable. boys, and girls, belonging to the estate of J. H. ; that of John George Anderson Esq., in JefTer-1* *REmelinea; TaVge assortment. of Japaned I : vt J November 17,1S49., 45 :
Byrd, deceased, and others. Some of these negroes son County. There are about 175 acres of well .1:: apctan y articles of Tin-ware embracing mos! Notice. .
Cure have been employed in the turpentine business thepresent cleared hammock land under fence, allot excellentquality of the articles in our line. Also on hand, a few oEmpire'sFatent
for a Sicinnkd Horte.The follow. year,and one of them is a pretty good coopr. ,and not much worn,with a good Gin House, Cooking Stoves. Air-tight and Cot.. THE creditors d persomientillP to distribution Croceres,
ing remedy bat been tried within the last Terms at the hiring. Cotton Screw and suitable Dwelling Houses for Stoves for parlors Patent Pmrs. Sugar-Dip. the estate of Ed\ late of JUST '

month, on a horse badly swinnied arid a BENJAMIN BYRD, Overseer and Negroes.For I"pets and Skimmer of different a general!I Gadsden County deceased. arehereby notified that barrels.. Magnolia! four, :
for the Administratrix. claims will be barred it not within 20' St. Louis
speedy and perfect cure affected. Take a Agent terms, apply to the subscriber, or to his over- assortment of manufactured Tin Ware. their presented
lard Fort Stansbury, December 15.:') 1849. tlJ eer at tbe Belmont plantation. We are prepated to execute job work inTin.Cop.per .. two years after the publication of this notice. 40 boxes Cheese,
pint add to it eight red casks ar.cared Hams
or W.
: ten peppers, THOMAS ,aad Sheet Iron .Roofi t.&c. Orders from cilj r JOHN M. DAVDSN. Adm'r. 1
\ melt it over a slow fire, and break into it one Information Wanted! Tallahassee, December 8,1S49. n.-NDALL or country promptly attended to. Quincy. November 3, 18-9. IU kegs Goshrn Butler,
5 barrels old
dozen fresh eggs, stir all together, making a T. WHITE &CO. IonoDghalia
STEEDLEY who Recti .
one Dr. JAMES P. married i 10"
kind of Lard egg omolette, (take care and not OF in Tatnall County, Ceo., and afterwards For Rent, November 17, 18:19.: } 45 Notice.' 10 ncks Green Havana" ;

cook it too much.) Now apply it liberally to went to Floridi,or perhaps Mississippi. Any information Dwelling House at present occupied SIX months alter date I will apply to the Hon. Loaf and Crushed-sugars. ,

.your horse's shoulder,.three times a day rub. of his present residence, communicated Mr. P. Hayward. The, House Pain Killer. e of Probate( far the County of Jefferson. for 2 hul.BtoWi5 h do.

ing it with a cob thoroughly. Should the, to me, will b, most thankfully teceived. iTHE and commodious. There is 'a good supply of Perry Davis' Pain Killer,jus I tellers ol dismisjion 3 administrator of Anderson Dried Apples.Wine?, tc..

give, out the dose om.Alette rlAddreM/ W. A.,LEWIS. premises and &Stable. Possession AFRESH. and fo sal by SneeJ, late of said County, deceased. All of which will be sold at _
repeat and a perfte Geo. CO., WILLIAM SNEED. GEO.
< ( January :& ,", -Tt\ytn; Agcntf. _

__ cure_- will-- be-efocted.- J I December' 1 I. 1849. 4? U December l, lSt. 41 it tonmbr 1 4 Jefferson County, October 20-liJi). 41 Cia November 17,1313. _

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"0hlDeIe Demeanor In Cbnrch. : :1butrlistntcnts. LAFAYETTE BURR MILL STONEMJUTUFJICTURLVU MRS. DEMILLY C.\ U'I'J\ X.j.fA I

cgcil A nun by fl.. n."' ,
.? The cat'joined extract U from a letter pub ..' COMPJIffY, .aa or the_...,.or g. r T r....d.bn.s*<.tt1Ip4 aoe'JIi j,with.

!liibed In the Christian Advocate Charleston BOLTOt'5DUILD1NGR1VEa ST. FOOT WHITAKEB, .P 6 SwAjmnila. wh.fl tIIl
at In Leon Circuit Court. they cull (Ir.T..IUe/ld..
SAVANNAH GEO.ryiLL dnnmiRti! It Ol\'ClIVT.. ktaapanr"
#.; and ano'her: by tlio Rev. B. Jenkins, minion ANCHAT CU IN CHANCERY. I Ita donor. ..4 MT.r ., .: tmi orisag wu IC. ni'TIwft..411;

.::, arj-oftbe Metlodut Church, Sooth, to China. I4L1JO Caleb H. Blood,Complainant, ti.p RESPECTFULLY TENDERS hr thanks I te. her I I ro4a.uia.aal r.e .c ."qfwrty' clw a wteY tin, it

I : ( M. public generally for the liberal I,I ih.parp.! nil IICDr.1itr
A Obnat&J..ldcforbo\ tliould demean I OtPOT a David P. H( up. Adm'r. of C. C. Hall, &.C., and patronage she has received formerly, and for a continuance -' WMI H* riVfe s*t to io = tat povctai. tOM llie call-
'Jt hirmelf in a chri ian house worship, are Charles Mapes, et all Defendants.' of the same,she can confidently: say that for i t! 9T.NUINJ ORIOUTJIZ.a OLD 1'v J.> T.wI.II4'

TT appearing by affidavit made in this cause that the coming season unusually strict attention will be I: ardhi. o>| oa it llwOH Dr'.. Uk,Mtlfn hla I.
t' ::4 ludicroun enough-but while "'(Miile at the J. the said defendant. Charles Mapes, resides onto I ,i given tf her business. Her table shall not be surpassed I' -"sad his .im* *cro.. the coal of..6&'IlIr CGa& .

4j.t:;\ ; figure of a man reaching out bis pipe with the Stale of Florida but in Ihe United States : It is by any of this place. Hunter: mil. be continually i rriatI&cl &.., 102.V..'.. .,.V,. JW" CX

Ordered, That the said Charles Mapesdo appear and I I -= -=-'f.- g employed during the winter .or tilt wild I ft.

I.I,I avnoke4ubesome .two feet or more length! plead or anver the bill of complaint filed in this game of the forest and for the feathered fowl ol the j

and light i a foot or (two from the pulpit he cause within moor months from the date of the first Ukes.

I \., publication this older, or the said bill will be taken Her i atesef charge inc ooaro ana noard and IOOz- i

coolly whiff* his tobacco smoke,just under the for confe->l1 l against him: Prorided, That a ing per day week month or year. hall he :atisfacI I .
: ,t preacher' nose, occasionally starting a huge J, copy of this order be published in some newspaper tory tn her patrons I

: ;published in Tallahassee, for the space of lour A stable, with a good ostler, !s attached. I "
: f t musquito' from his own bare back, by a loud
tuont t h1. September, 1 lS4t 33 Cm1NCWYOrk. r .
:; t: lap of hit hand," be it remembered that even THOMAS BALTZELL, J ge. \ ( \

-1.' Dated November S, 1S19. 1 41tt'h I 4I II I )
,4': '. in our own.. chrutian land, where the Bible is a _ _' A true copy from the original.OSCAR \ II Le :
o ''it, 'familiar school book, a reprooftom the sacred A. MYERS, Clerk. I 1 !lhlfr1lt'4 ,''i ; e.-"
at -
Nnvember2l,1S19.' 4G1m
' .;. dek i i by no means uncommon-rendered 1 vt ii 1r!l 6 '/(

.' ,; necessary by the disrespectful behaviour of r Middle Circuit of Florida. it l tr ie i r.,i ( :.S'?

some portion of the auditory. GAY'S Leon County Circuit Court.-In Chanctry. THE REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between T "
r : p w ,. b b'I York and St. Marks and Newport, will
..t.: There is scarcely! such a thing a begin OF CANCHALAGUA, AWXA \L\t.u. TR\nF.'F.LL, fI' JAMES D. TRADE- It. ;;i- y I commence running at the opening of the fall trade, .

:. nmg; ad ending a sermon in Shanghai with A CALIFORNIA. PLANT OF HARE WELL, Administrator of William Tradewell. 'J. -_.. V and continue throughout the entire year, viz: I'-. -

: out interruption. One man: conies in, bring, MEDICAL VIRTUES. IT appearing to the Court on the affida\: of com LJi- Brig WARCALLA, Josselyn, Master, OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND

:rF. ing a crying child,*who keeps the houst in an I A CERT.Il PREVENTIVE AND CURE FOR plainant's Solicitor that the defendant in the "" OCI J.ITl"V.J.L.Trim. 11____.,_.. I do._ I- _W __I_> SM___ISVAff_n un ftlQrVtVW____._ ____ f\tf_. film... ,
: Cum above stated cau e does not reside in Florida but in keep on hand and for sale BURR STONEST .U."UI. uu.

: : uproar for a while ; and is carried off by the Fc Influeney.,.Igiif. Bronchitis mnption,, Cot/ght, Cofdx Gout, Ihe Stateo| South Carolina' : It u Ordered, That Ihe V from 1: inches to 7 feel,and we judge sufficient SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (new,) I Genuine Townsend Sarsapirllla.Dr. : .

;\ mother after no little disturbance. Another Rheumatism' .isthma., .Yeuralgia, Erysipelas Scrojula, ,, said defendant appear and answer the complainarl's recommendation to say 1000 set of thes-e co WACISSA. Perry, do. (new.) I j Dr. Townsend i j" ROW about TO yean or are."n4 bat lour
Lumbago bill before the first ftf cernbernet.oth.. stones have been sold in the States These Briss are built in the most substantial jeen known as the .1UTHUR and
.," brings into tbe church a half hundred weight Pleurisy, Jaundice, Cos- on or day of Georgia, Alabama ; man ; UlSCOrF.RF.R. of the I
Para1VIf. Dyspepsia erwise the be taken eonfetm. Jndit I North and South Carolina and ner expressly for this i trade, and are commanded b j I flF..vUI.\'r. ORIGI.Y.U. TOI'.V".N8.fR5..tl".fIfU..
: same ,
: : of copper cash and slam it upon the seat.- Pit l.tnttrf, Divpty, Licir Complaints may prt Virginia, giving ;r L.I.1 Being poor, be win com polled fat limit IL' nvtBufariara. t
Another Complain, further Ordered, That thi notice be published in I the most perfect satisfaction for both Corn and 1 careful and experienced Captains. Freight and pas- ; which means it baa been kepi out ef market and the isis, by
load of old fish which Yrrroiu.1ffeetiont, eir-
Jr brings a good Cutaneous Diord! Ft in some newspaper printed' in the Middle Circuit of f Wheat. sage at the lowest rales. Agent*- KDtseribed to lb M only who kail pr"ved its worfl. and knnwa

are deposited, perhaps, in .unpleasant proximi.ly orhq ,. Dbxtrurtiunx.' Flurtx.tern Indigestion.General, lit Depraved in- Florida(for four months as pre'ciibedbylaw. September 29, IS-1!. 33 3m COE, ANDERSON & CO.. I, ihnae ts .& .. It who hid hnd reached been lbs healed.n of of many.dLwI\nevertheless.M.
person sore es "
., ;; to the preacher's olfactories. Another and Defective .Ippetitea and'all diseases' THOMAS BALTZELL.Jcdie.- 10 Beaver street, New York. (rom death pnUim.$ its excellence and wonderful ai III'"

.J comes with a coop of ducks, and after some originating in July lSlhlSJ I NEW GOODS. JOHN DENHAM, HEALING POWER

: A true copy. Attest : D. McRAENY, Cleik. Newport. Knowinf. many yrart tg.. thai IK hnd. by hi* 'kit!.".
trouble! h* at 'la't consents to deposite them Cnstptol of the Bowels, or July 21 1, bit -2S By J. B. KEEN, I D. C. JAMES :B. GAMBLE Newport, August 12, ISIS. 4Extensive anti experience devkwd aa article which,would be )lacaJq.
ontsidc table ndvanbice to waalm mgi when the .* won4! Wfuaitbed
of ?-
smong sundry cooly-londs grain, IMPURITY OF THE .
BLOOD.It TS receiving by the Ann Eliza,Vincent,Lucy,Ocilta I, to bnnc it loin universal, notice whea II. !.amaU*
t:, vegetables and oiJ.jirs, which have already g"'es tune and vigor to the Ciccstive:i organs, State of Florida.--Monroe County.Smith JL Suwannee, k.(.. Soc., a large supply of fall ami Florida Land Sales. virtues would be known and appiecimod. This time kutoto*.
the mean are stippled thi
been kIt (here )by) those who hne two much an i i.rematkable (for its. Imafi, S/rmgt'lfing, winter Goods, which he invites his customers and: TILT. oe offered at Auction numerous tracts of ORjtJfO Jl.fl) U.VT.QUi1.T.F.PRII'.fR.tTIo.V;

t :E politeness lo bring thorn Stride. Another and Rrl/oralir Propirtits. Mov\ry. ) BILL IN the public to examine. A few gallons of that tld'rencli l valuable Land, at the places and limes fol. I manufactured on the larsest seal,and n calleJ tat thronfhjnt -
r* > CHANCERY. lowing viz I the I leofth and hre-idth of lbs land especially M it i is ,
Publicly admitted by I Dr.) Townsend Manufacturer ; Brandy )et unsold. : !
brings a noisy case of birds, which he perhaps Joseph Law ton. J t j incapable of oezeneration or dett rinralieua.
At Pensacola the 4th
December ,
of SaisajiaiiHa to be September 29), 1S49. 39 on next.
: trie to dispose of until the preacher succeeds Town'end'l appearing inebv affidavit that Joseph Lawton. Unlike ynne I. P Tnwainds.PI Improves with ap. ad
Milton, Santa Rna County the 6lh I chanzes.hut for the
U IT ---- on Dec'r. sever better:""uIHlt is prepared tanlijU -
W in getting the cage outside, where the birds Far Better than Sarsaparilla. defendant in the bill filed in the above cause, resides Confectionery and Bakery. Eucheeanna."allon Co., on the 10th j fmtrplti by a tetntift *... The hiSs knowledge t.9Cbeflhi11f.
33-: In rcrrobnralion of the above, read the out nl the State of Florida, and in Europp. Roach's Bluff I and the lain discoveries of the art. have ail I ITOUPI. btt*
1 carol till : annexed Washington the
most An. County, on .
merrily sermon over. It ix Ordered That said defendant appear and an. HENRY KINDON would inform his friend and I .nto requisition in tbe mannfittwe of the Old IV*
communication as 13th' December.At .
Sarsapar.lta. The Sartapariilii mot. it is well known
othercoinmences a conveisitiouvilhliisac; he said bill within t the time t generally, that he has on hand, and in meditir
Conclusive Testimony and Proof Marianna Jackson County, on the 15th Deer. ten.contains many medicinal pronerbe. an4 sume proferti*
'. : qtiain'ance illh\ jar.end of,iho room, which Posiir. otherwise it shall be taken I pro con/t/ -'o. // it further i is constantly manufacturing, CANDIES all kinds, Lou' Mills, Lalhonn Co., on the 17th crbieh are inert or ueel_.and others, which if rrU.Betl; m pre-
4. FROM URACFE.NUEKG: co such as: lIt it fit UK, prodoce/imini K and u .
TiE Ordered That of this order i It i -
it is l.Sir a copy pubji'h- "
not always to to while Gadsden ,
cay put a Quincy, County the 19th [
btnp ; :- are aware that, as the originator of the PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS on urioos to the jr tm. Seine or Ihe properties of Sunapuillawe
amtber reaches his \.m ed in some newspaper printed in the State of Floridaonce Tallahassee Leon the *o ftoliU:e. that they entirely and lout
out pipe with a smoke. I County, on 22d evaporate ve w tke
Company, mu-t had CINNAMON LEMON
Graefcnberg .13\.e my attention a month foi nine months. CANDY Moniicello Jefferson Co. preparation, if they are not oreserrd by a tet* nfc fnutt,
tube so-ne two feet or mote in length, and calUd to I the numerous MedicneI presented to JOS. B. LANCASTER WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY, on the 27th known only to those experienrcd in its nvianfattu.Slurto,.r.
M I the public I with Madison Court Hon e, on the 3'lh' !be e valatili prnopln, which fly off ui vapor, or as lIa exk*'.
much -
it foot patronage. HOARHOUND 1
1 lighting a or two from the pulpit! he 1131 wtchfd KeY West.March2S.A. D. 1 S4 9. JudgeSo.Cir.Fa. ; Ja Hamilton linn. under bent are the ..ulwl-ulul
County the very "
lt the
per. on frtftrttt
I coolly whiffs: his tohrccu S11.kl' just under thepreacher's mieiest! the introduction of the (Uc ala 'U intothis THOS. F. Kixr. Sol. for ComA \. And various others, among them several that are Alligator, Columbia Co., the 3d Jany" root which rive .. it r 1 Its ,*4se.
c'unlr'by ,our,e If; and"am to say that no true copy from the minutes' : u'efullor colds and coughsand is prepared to manufacture on Any person C.II Mil or su-w the root Mil they ret a dark rolorwl
; nose, occasionally starting a huge Medicine: stands so desrivrdly high as your, extract W. C. MALONEY, Clerk. / any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both'} TERMS :-One fourth payable at the time of ale, (lIquid.torn Hbich I is nvre, f'>ra the cnlnrtn; matter In the root this
muyjuilo from hit own !jrt back, I by a loud of) that invaluable plan In layownfumi'y I have wholesale and retail. and (lie balance in three \ual\ annual instalment' I .any thlllr elsie they em thea stram this ianpid or vnp;ref
April 14. !15 By R. L. HICKS, I). C. sweeuin wiin JMMIF mnbi 4"It" then u call it "StRSAPARILLA .
slap of the hand. All of these he may not seen iN evtraordinaij efficacy, in the cure ('ia con- He i is also prepared to carry on Baling in all its Persons desirous to know what particular tract EXTRACT or JVRL'P. But snca is set thi

'. see atone sermon, but be will! sometimes be (fit mtd case of Broudiilis. For all complaints' which Notice. 'branches,from I the plain oafof Lread, lot I he most! are to be sold will be furnished with hand.bills on article k!Awn 1\, theGENUINE OLD DR.

require the prompt and thorough t purification of the exquisite Cakes and Pies. Paities and Ihe application to Ihe Post Masters at the above named I JACOB TOWNSEND'S
.' more) disturbed by. less pleasant things than blood I deem ]111F. creditors and persons entitled to distribution place to I the subscriber TaIIaha. SARSAPAR1LLA.
our Cancfialagua, far can alwa she accommodated or at "ee, by letter
> t
by .
giving notice
very JUprror I in the estate' of Daniel Mashburn.late timely This is so prep'' .. tbat ail& its inert .
all thews eviln And ot Gad properties f the Ptr
then and
put together. after to all > postage paid.
any Siiraapanllas ofilie at the and
the day, Bakery Confectionary Jeifcrson ispanlla mnt f.rl
len deceased i on stree', are removrd.every rtinc capnWe of
County are hereby n-I lifted that barsMnnt
preaching a man com"s up on the Sabbathday i"d '; thtni all Jam welt acq"aintrd claims will be if opt oste; the Jluction Room of R. H. Berry, Esq,, JOHN BEARD, ResNfer' acid or of fermentation. Is extracted and rejected: then every
protcksitig! that ha wishes to make J. T. MARSHALL. barred not presented' within two I Tallahassee, Dec. 1C, 1 S 15. 22 of Public Land for the State of f Florida. form particle and of medical IMiztsr.n4ered virtue is ecured, la a pant aDd tnmtttantrt
some \'ears otter I the publication of this notice. Tallahassee : lnepats4eolosnaruy of its tain-
Aug. JS, 1S4) 32 3m
inquiry' respecting the '] ; when after a RE. GIBSON able and healinz properties.. Prepared It this way it i> aade the
'Jr.rIp FROM AX EMINKX7 LAWYER IN NORTHAMPTON, HEAD QUARTERS, 2o BRIGADE, IST Div. F. M. ? {r:1-: The following papers will publish the above mOIl powerful went In the

flight conversation, i it is I fi ind: the man's sole M \SSACHCSETTS.NORTHAMPTON. Quincy November Administrator 3 de bonis non. Quincy, October 10, IS-I9. 5I I once \\eek for three months, and send their accounts Cure of iiiuiimerablc din a" l ISJ9. 43 Sw Hear
object it to lf. a hundred cash for the I General Orders, No. 2. to the' Register :" the reifn why "e hetrr'nn.ndatuwe. every ride
: pro. Feb 7. 1S49. I I. its favor by men. women and. ehU ra. We find it dMi
l leased olJjlc buying a bed, when, bliould be Dear Sir-I have long wisr.ed to see son. thaI- I Notice. 1ST. The several Regiments of the 2d Brigade will The papers in P nlacoJa.l\Iarianna and Apalachicola Wonders in the cure of (
I on their respective parade grounds fur the Savannah Georgian and the CO.V.SUJHPTIUJT rsrr.psr.i, and /.IPER COMPUIJfT. -
: tlii catb, in five minut'" find might give you an accurate' account ol the remaika ; Republican ;;
tit you may ble cure of my only of violent of THE creditors, legatees, and persons entitled lo review, inspection, and drill, at t the time and :shirreafter Charleston Courier and Mercury ; Mobile Register cosTirrjfF.ss.and m all BMS V.11.5 TISX. SCRBFVM. I1L ,
utibe daughter case cvr.i.fKovs
; opium shop. Tliisdoctrinal-inquiry' : %() in the elate of Robert r.RcrTirjrs rutPLf.S
scrofula. She is now almost three jearsof In Da specified, viz : and the Advertiser : Columbus Times, Ga.,. and the ,BLOr.THt':.'$. and all! *tSetin.i. arisinr; from
S is a irorite pretext with those who are seeking February putrid so es the lips, face age., and vicJoIon.lale of Gu: den County,deceased are herebynotified FiflI. Regiment, in Quincy, December Sth. Raleigh Standard and the Register. IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.

,' employment! either wiih missionaries or zlands 1 1hr 'l1t their upon, and increased with that their claim will he barred, if not presented Sixth; Regiment, in Tallahassee, December 1st. It possesses a marTentau.eflicl\C'! ia all cornelsjnts! arisir ftiwn
appearance within two after the Sevmlh Mi:" .*,( (>a> .Itidily tf ike S'om, *. fnnr
publicalion of Sale 4lneqaale.rfalation.
yoais this Regiment Monticello, November 2 ith. of Land and Slaves. -
their influ htful '
through > .
nc rapidity ; one her eyes also became determination of blood to the-bead palpitation of.heart
10 JOHN M. W. *
C badly ulcerated, Ihat to could never DAVIDSON) 1st Rattalion Eighth Regiment, at Madison C. H., virtue of a decree of the Honorable Court ol f cold feet and hand,.co'.d cbilis and hot ISM!. over the k>4y. U
al appearance i Qllin Novembers, 1S49. 43 5w Fxecutor. 2Kb) November.2d BV has not its equal ia Cetds! and Cfkt ; and ,
he euv
CuUi. again continued six week Chancery for Madison promote expectoratinn -
re"torC1 County, State of Florida, and
: lattalion Eighth Regiment at Jasper, l"lh November. centle pertinritioa. relaxuif stricton of Ue
Many see cork used daily withoutknowing the child horribltihtand the heartsof Notice. I the subscriber will offer for sale,at public outcry, in Ittnrs throat and every other pan
persons her parents almost broken. During the whole oithis the town of Madison on Tuesday, the first day of B'lt in nothing i is its excellence .mre manifestly teea.d ae
.. whence came those useful materials. period we used SARSAPARILLA IN LARGEQUANTITIES SIX months after date, the undersigned executor Battalion attached to Sixth Regiment, in Newport F, January next, that large and valuable plantation t.owltlded than in all k.nds and me* i.f

Corks; are cut from large slabs of the cork hut the disease. was not arrested inthe the lat will and testament of Lewis Saunler Nwember 27th.2d. lately occupied by Co! S. H. Butler, deceased containing U works wonders FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
of .
m eases
1. F.'Ic.u
: :. tree, aj"peci.%s of oak which grows wild in the least. While the disease was !till at its height. < .deceased, late of Leon county, will present his will The commissioned and non-commissioned offi.cen h about three thousand acres of first rate' Land .. tic ffitmi. OIi.cnu.J.S-JpjrrnirJ.or Pant/ml or.Vrirn.tmtr /rrrr Tiling"

countrje5oftgIh Europe. The tree is I happened; one day to cal at t the store of your very final accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Judge ot sernble f n the parade groundsel their This plantation is situated about ten miles) East ot II, of the menstmat periuds. anil the like; lad i i. a* elf cuaI
strip. entlemanly agent in place, and the Leon Probate Court and ask to be discharged. respective Regiments the day before the review. at I the Ocilla River, is j in curing ail tbe f rnts of Kulny Ihmun
relating has
r pedof if its bark about fifteen thil lOo'clock M. healthy good I By ftltl Yin* obstructiun*. and
at A.
old aimed the
: : years but in which LEWIS: M. SAUNDERS Executor. and equipped according to wells of regulating gBral iysistis. -
t' manner our child was afflicted, he advNedme water, a handsome Dwelling"House and I It fi. tone and lunata t-> the wool aad taw
S before stripping; it of.the tree is not cut down to. make.a trial, ol vo'ir_ Canchalagua. I took bt Jllt 21. 15.19.' 2SrnNotice.( lav, for drill and instruction.3d. grounds, ornamented with Orange, Fig, and Pome- cures all f..rws ofAerrous body

C us in the case of oak. is taken while one bottle, having no roniidence in itbut commenced ----- :.The regimental. line will be formed precisely granite trees, and an extensive vineyard. The out I diseas and debility,
I at halt past 11 CIOCK, A. M. sad thus prevents relieves i a of other maladies;
the tree is and the giving it according to jour slopping houses are numerous and in t thorough repair. There grel varirtv ,
growing, operation may be dir.rln" 4th. The Brigade Staff will report for duty at the aSpiiial tmtatin, JVnrftfuL, St. fit*** IJ.,". 5jomf
: all l other medicines at or.ce, and il just five da v' 1 tlieswelling months after date. the undersigned will app ,y are about one thousand acres of cleared land on the F.fdtftit Fit3. Ctrrltt*(, be.
ninth SIX
repeated eighth the rarade grounds of the
: every or year- visibly decreased, the ulcer began to heal, the lion. Judge of Probate lor Leon County several Regiments of the 2d tract, the whole under good fencing. The plantation I ll.cleanses the blood.excites the liver to healthy nerwn' >. ton*

quality of the baik continuing each time to and she improved rapidly for three week*, and to fi r /for letters of dismission from the Estate of Arthur Irigade.5th., The ( commands an extensive and unsurpassed rangefor torpor the tomacb.*>d coaiuip.uioo.and fives food all.sv*tii inlbniniatuM,estion. relieves the .". ol

improve as the age of the tree increase!.- very great joy was apparently cured-less than two Burney, sen. deceased. with commanding Ihe officers of Regiments are Cattle and Hogs and is capable of being eas-ily equalises the circulation, *f tae blond prortntiug pan&M|ntle tho nanntlaMjuollyall skiu

When the bark is taken off it i is singed in the I bottle* having been used., Naming 'this caseto smof C JOHN S. HART, Ex'r. charged I extension ol this order. divided into three or mote smaller tracts Terms. over the body ard the innsV.!. pcno.rttioii; ; re-
o. taxes
| of strictures
A. K.
y orr er ALLISON, Briz. Gen. Com' aad tighta.*<. removes all and
: flamc of a strong fire, and after soaked our incredulous friends,they seemed to think that I Septembers, 1519. irmNotice. :J. II. VERDIER, Adjutant General. ; credits of one and two years, notes to be well see invifforates entire nervous system. Is not obstructions this then
being I tlie cure roust have been by I the UC of t the cured. Tbe
-- medicine
2 for considerable .th.d October 20, I IS U. 41 J you pre-f raSaently need T
: time 71
a in it
0 water, is placed I :SARSAPARILLA, and it was not (asunder the .,- -- .- -- At the same time and place, the subscriber will IS I But can any of these things be said of S. P.Town.-eoj'. uifa-
under heavy weights t! in ord-T to render it I circumstances. to argue against that opinion : BUT I Tin Manufactory. offer for sale SIXTY LIKELY SLAVES, consisting rior article t Thi yonnf rn'in', licnii i I. not in be

.1', straight. Iu extreme .the ease with NOW FOR THE PROOF When the child appeared ,. SIX Months after date, I shall apply to the Judg, of valuable field hands and house servants. Terms, COMPARED Wmi THE OLD DR-S

which it be Ibtness. I to be perfectly cured, we stopp. giving her yourxtrart Probates of Leon County for a final settlement HAVING engaged additional workmen, we arc- credit of twelve months notes to be well secured. beeanMof one GRAND FACT that the one U LNCArMBLCof
can comprised, its elasticity, of accounts( administrator : to fill all orders in line in DETERIORATION andNEVER
Rare supposing all was safe; but in twenty-five as of I he Estates our a The titles to the whole of the above property are
BO peculiar to this substance ol JesseTownsend and Daniel Townsend deceased I prompt and satisfactory manner. All orders ftom SPOILS,
properties days! the same eruptions' running at the and I, indisputable. while the other DOES .
I that no efficient substitute for it has 'been yetdiscovered. !swelling began to retur. We wailed five rye days to and. for a final di cliarge% Horn the administration of 4 t the country will receive immed'ate attention. A. R. G. MAYS, HtUu eonUinin"it intofrnftuents; ".ri".f..n'"r.; the soiir. acid and liquid Itfrnf expl tt.

: The valuable of the see! if it would amount to any thing serious. It increased these ('ilate!. All persons interested will take no- liberal discount given to mercha its and dealers.T Commissioner and Receiver. dinjf. and damasin other roods; >!n't not thii bomb! compound
properties I lice accordingly. WHITE& CO. he poisonous to the ,y 'm1- Hi\atl ft teut ittayfm 4
,: cork were known to the Greeks and Romans, rapidly as before. We again commencedgiving I: BENJAMIN Jane 9 1S43. 23 .October. 27,1S49. 42 is airejjy dIseaseS tciA still What causes&yipeiisla tint
who I her jour medicine, and in five da'i, (the same MANNING, Adm'r. The Florida Sentinel Macon Telegraph Savannah I acid 1 Do we not all kno' that when find soars 1 oar itomacht. -
employed it fur nt purposes for which it 1 period of time 8 before,) she began to grow better, 53: James T. Archer, Esq., is my Agent lo attend Republican, Charleston Courier, and what mischief it produces 1 tt-ittnnr heartburn pal;

: is used at present, the exception of slop and in about two weeks was wel again. From that to all matters connected with the administration of Monticello Male School. sonville Republican, will publish once a Jack-I and tation cttrraption of the heart of the livtr blood cnioirfaiat.1 What durrhten.is sfero/ais!"but atery, colic 4

pies ; the ancients most used cement for stop. day to this, the child has perfectly/ well. theseestates. B. M. school will be opened on Monday, the 51 h eight weeks, and forward bills to this Office. humor In the body What produces all the humors M which ae

I ping; the mouths nf bottles or vessel The My lather, Isaac Hodges, of North Adams Mass, July 2S. l8'1. 20-5m TillS instant, under the superintendence 'I bring oa. White Eruption Swellings of tbe Sin fever, :ScnlJ Sires}.;and.Salt all alcerafons Rbeon. Erysipeiat. In--

Egyptians are said to have made coffins of a PHYSICIAN came to see us with the intention o of W. O. GIRARPEAN, ..., whose experience i in Tax Collector's Sale. ternal and external It I I' nothing nnrfcr fceaven. but an ark
p but as we were using your med Notice.THREE Ihe profession enable him sabstacce. which: sours and thus spoils all the fluids of t'8
,. : cork, which being spread on the inside with icine with( success, and, the child improving rapidly, to give every assurance to B Y virtue of the authority vested in me by law, 1 body more or lets. What cause Rheumatism bat a mar of
months after date parents desiring to educate their
I will
a resinous dead bodies he did not condemn it, but left his own apply to the sons. have levied upon, and will expose for sale. before acid fluid which insinuates itself! betneen the jBilu and ebe-
4 .. uh\tancf. Irffn'cl to used in prescription Judge of Probate for the County of Jefferson r. Rates of Tuition per Session office Months: the Court House door in the County of Madison wbere. irritatinc and iniiaming deltca tissoes DOOM which
case failed. We >I. U .
from bP your had I acts 1 S
In no ) of
decay. nervous
was notgenerally for leave to sell a part of the real estate of the first in enses. of impurity of the blood ol
occasion for it, and I am sure he now recommend I. Thomas Orthography, Reading, and Writing, S"8 00 on Monday February next the following i>: deranged cir .I"t. os.and nearly all tb. Mlinenu. which afflict
used for stopples to bottles till about jour medicine in similar wi Stephens, Arithmetic, Georgraphy, Grammar History, described land., or so much thereof as will satisfy-- ) bonma nature.

4 4 the close of.the Ieentpnlh wax be. YourfbeJient casel.servant, Guardian of thechildren OCTAVUS H. GADSDEN fcc., 12 00 the taxes due thereon for the year 1S-J9 to wit : "|I I loose Now thisSOUG is it nut Bumble to make ud sell, sad n.tliUl--

:. jug used till then (for that centurj HORACE J. HODGES. ol said Thomas Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, Mathe- The S E 4Sec1StheESW4Sec ISandth e '; FER tErTISG. ACID COMPOUD'OF

,t Stephens, dereand.Jefferson m ,Iics, .c., IS 00 NW4ofSW.SecI7allin T2NR'E.b -- S. P.
The -
cork imported into Great Britain is County, Sept. 22,1S49. 37 2.im3m The Ancient longing to Sylvester Hinton. I I, and he TOWNSEND.
Languages, IS 00 yet would fain hive it anil.r : FROM K. H. WINSLOW, RANKER < < Pr. Jacob
WALL ST., N. Y. -------- -
brought princpaJ! from Italy, Spain and P Jr. ---- --- Composition and declamation: will also form a reg JOHN H. PATTERSONTax Townsend's O".ill Orifntoi Siriaj New
legal. York, Sept. 11, IS4S.o Jefferson Co. Tax Collector's Sale Ass'r. and Cot. for of his inferior preparation':
consumed is TS Frederick A. ular part of the weekly exercises ot the school.N. \ Madison County. Heaven f.whid thai
annuolj Gay, Esq. : we shonlii upwards offive hundred My Dear Sir-I cheerfully comply with jour request BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law, I B. This school entirely separate and distinct October 20, 1S4D. 41 Sm bear the most diM-iatretewhlaBcetn *. P.Towusend's. !>/.f
have levied and will from the" Monlicelll Female School," now : and which should brinj "M"IIron the Did Ur.snchamoiatain
in acknowledging with others upon, offer for sale.belbrjf so ably
: I the benefit load of
YARDS GUNNY com plain! !is and .
.: THE FEMALE TEMPER.: 1 which I have derivi-d from the use of your ," the Court Home dour in the town of Monlicello, 01 conducted by Mrs. FERGUSoN, so far as regards the 3, 000 2,000 yards Dundee BAGGING. and purchasers; who have r,1ujaI.pn used S.P.Ton from mend's\:?nzs F who K.M llavelOld.NTINO
ihe fir t in communication of the two sexes. cmIPOCiD.I
; Monday
February next the
:. We like o fCanchal tu, or California Plant. Iteffects up following 2/XX)) Sea Island "
to see a woman of and life : Monticello We with it
November understood
spirit ; o Toy arc evident and gratifying, and have described property, to wit : 1S49. '42 St because it is tbe altolute trmii. that
!system Ibs. 8. P.
for a dull supine is af. Section 27 of T 2 R 6 N and {I- Sentinel till 1st January. 101) Bagging Twine, Townsend's article and Old Dr.Juob Townseo4'i Sarsapanlla -
prosy woman 8(poor i induced i me to recommend its use to my friends; and bounded on (tie copy Just received Suwannee arc uivt-idt prt tid i"pur"lin..II,
iI per brig and for sae? that
fair indeed. And we have no particular ob. I 1 I am pleased to assure you that in no instance have East by Eld red Simkins, North by Gen. Bailey, and October 6, 1S49. 30 S. F. BURNEY.by in they are unlike in every poiticnlar ha vm;not one tingle thin j

S j jection lo seeing the sparks flying occasion. I[ been disappointed in its ellicacy. I do not hesitate UYst by t the Ocilla River. Just ReceivedA As common.8. P. Townsend i is
i in confidence in its Levied upon as the property of Richard K. Call I no doctor anti never wI.It lit
when my temarkablemedicinal qualities GENERAL assortment of Glass and Crocker Just Received chemist no pharmaceutist-knows
ally, something really : r- nit owe of medicine! or dis
stirring occurs. t: and to state that I believe it be found tot bean and to be sold for State and County taxes due thereon .tt ware, ar.d for sale by S. BURNEY.. ease than IIIIT other common, unscientific. unprofessional mas.
We like to see her joyful and and if "i for the IS 19. LEWIS & AMES' Drug Store fresh what fu>irantee can
lively ; excellent I lemedy in most diseases of t the year November 3, J8-19. 43 AT a supply Clleput.Ue have that: they \n receivinf a
? she hat little spice of fun l liver and in DANIEL T. MNGO and Valuable Medicines- which genuine .scientific medicine. conuunjnE all the viRae* of the
a we can put up kidney, pulmonary affections, and also' among articles u ed in prltparin it.and which
) with it "er well ; nay we like all the heI.J i n the purification of the 1100 &c. That jour Tax Ass'r. and Col. for Jefferson County. New Goods. are tbe following : which: might render ibrin the AUE.NTScf rite incapable ttiMa:,enn of cbaaxss iea4 of
} i merit in the introduction invaluable October 27, JE-W. 42 3m DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS henlth.
: ter Hut cross sour have : plant receiving, and AND RESTORATIVE Bat whit ii I, should
temper we no may be appreciated, is the sincere wish of JUST now opening, per Brig Ocilla, BITTERS e be expected from oce who knows noth-
;. good opinion of for a woman who assortment of all kinds of foreign and Ine comparatively of med'eme: or disease: It require* a | never Yo-jrs Tax Collector's Designed for and fsome
sincerely, R. H. WINSLOW. Sale.By tciltcttre. experience
domestic goods, and for sale Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint I- coo* and serve np even a n>.m..decent
".: looks plcfant but is always fretting and ((0-; Pamphlet containing a description of Cal i. > virtue of the authority vested in me by law, I November 10.1S49.1 44 by S. F. BURNEY. diseases, Piles, Scrofula Jaundice-and all kindred .ueal.tactare. How medicine much more, design important| for Is It that the persons who raaaWIAK

4V. scolding, an unhappy home for all :fornia, together with interesting information in relation levied upon and will expose for sale, be resulting from a disordered stomach or impure STOMACHS AND E.FEKSLID
.' ', within her house. And we bad as lief under l to the CANCHALAOUA.ilsiemarkableelTJcacy, fore the Court House door, in Madisonon the first:; For Sale or Exchange. state of blood. thonld. tnow well! the medical properties of plJUlts.lUll, best

,, take to live in barrel of and curesare GIVEN AWAY at the AGENCIES. MONDAY JUNE next, the follow ing described DR. HULL'S'ORI LOZENGES. jAnner of u.e'ulac and euncentminR their healinf virtne
a ; in thunder .
vinegar a Sold Mules and a Wa Roller and Saw The safest also aa extensUe knowede!
:. by LEWIS & AMES, lands, or so much thereof will FIVE most effectual, and pleasant preparation of the vnn..os diseases which a3e t
I as satisfy the Taxes the human
'. storm, I to live in the house with such a Agents, Tallahassee, Florida. due thereon for the year 1S49 to wit : sale or exchange for a pair of good Horses before the public, for the eradication of WORM, i in It is to arrent sywii.mud.i and bow upon to tlie adapt remedies in these diseM:

: woman. Soloman was: right when he said, October C, 1849. 39 CmHAVING The S gland N E 4 of Sec lOE.k N W 4 of Sec and November a two Horse Wagon. Children or Adults. wounded humanity to Mndla hope unftvtanate.in the despairing u poor balm bosom.ate t.

I 1 :; '. "It !i. hffpr fn liro in the. s'nrnr... /-.Co. IIAIICA: 10, W J S E l. Sec 3T 1R 7, N and E., belonging 10. 1S4-J. 44 JOHN P. DUVAL. HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, restore keo.aad halth and kUoiu. and v..r '.nui the crashed and r -
-- -- -"Q to banish
'4 : : top than to dwell in a wide house with P. P. LEWIS, to Edward Bryan. Coffee Will PREVENT Consumption, and CURE all case I of t has SOCCUT and Infirmity FUUM thai the OLD I>R.\COB TOW.NSE.1D
a L Flour &c. Colds : opportuniiy and wean. W bring
brawling 81 @ a 7" Also, the N i, Sec 33, N i, Sec 32. E i..SE J, Soc Asthma,Spitting ot Blood, Pains in the Side,

: woman. determin.d (10 han IJC his location from 20, N i i. Sec 20, S W 4. Sec 21.SW4SeC243SI E 50 BARRELS best brand Northern Fl'.ur Shortness-, _. of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Com- j urand Unirersnl Concentrated
t -
I Let a woman wear sunshine on ler coun. Ga. to Tallahassee( Fla."ould 4. Sec 23, N W 4, Soc 23, S I, Sec 29, W i. S 1J I, 2do do. do_ do doixj IJ&IIIUII.'L I within Remedy
., tenance, and it wi drive the dark clouds from Thomlvile. his Sec 21,1: J, NESec2)T) 4R4SandE.be. bags best KIO Coffee, o- the reach,and to the knowledge of all who seed It,Ou
-" SI rpeHuly professional services to the to David S. Jones. 10 do do Java do DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE they iiwy learn and know, by jovful expeneace. It*
4 her long PILLS
husband's and joy will! thrill through Clhzenl tbis and the surrounding country. I He Trausc ndeiiC Power to Heal.
: Also, lots No 4 and 5 in fractional 10 boxes bert chewing Tobacco, Well known as a Safe, Certain, and Effectual
the heart cr her children. Let a woman's wi visit Monticollo, Madison, and Thomaoville, Sec 2't, N }. Sec Cure
: .. where he will be to his 20/;, W i, SE4anaSw4Sec2cTIoRt3 i 10 do common chew ing Tobacco, for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever Intermittent Sold wholesale and retail by

.. \ ; word be soothing and kind, and every thing ion in all its variosbrarches., prepared hoping practice horn pro.fes S and E., belonging to John Miller. 5 bbls. Crushed Sugar, and all other Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-Jive THOMPSON. SKILUIAN & CO.,

I happy around her. Her influence will be many !t boxes Loaf do Cents per Box.
i "ta1 experience in I the science to he able to give entire PATTERSON, 102 Nassau street New York.
\. -: powerful. Others will! catch her sweet tern satisfaction. All operations, will be warranted. Tax Collector for Madison County. Young Hyson, Black and Imperial Teas. The above Medicines, fresh and genuine are for ,

.:, t c and all will strive to see who can be t Ladies waited. on at their residence. November 24, 1S49. 46 6m Just received, and for sale by sale by LEWIS & AMES. And by LEWIS & AMLS,
J tier mOt I U. ---- --- -- 3, 184\1. 43 S. F. BURNEV. Tallahassee Tallahassee.
f her. Sweetness of in ReferenceVt A. Brandon. W. Preston, Fa. Agents,
temper a woman S. S. lams, J. 11. Hill, Rev. P. P. Smith, Thomas1 Hamilton County Tax Sale.BY For certificates of recommendation, and other information April 21, 1S40. 16-ly

; i U more to be prized than beauty. But may virtue of the power vested in me by law, Ii For Sale, concerning the above Medicinesseefuture

;:..!. ; Hearer keep UI from an untamed shrew rr Dr$. W. J. Brin.on and 3. II. Pope,Madison Court shall expose for sale, before the Court House 20 LIKELY AND VALUABLE NEGROES- advertisements, and pamphlets! which may be obtained BlacksmithmgptOOD -.

," : whose looks are wormwood and whose words House.M door in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County Florida cicn, boys, women and children, women arid of the Agents. ftU

f.. ,; '\' are gaUr We had rather take Daniel's place ( Office at Mrs. J. L. Dcmillj's. ,on the first Monday in June next,(181O, ),) being girls. Call and see at the store of March 18,18-18. 35 all kind, substantial done and cheap Bladtsruitbinff occupied
October J 13, 1519. 40 Cm the 3d day of that month, the following described S. S. KNIGHT. at the Shop near my Stable

"' ,. with the lions, than think of living in gun property, or so much thereof as will bt sufficient lo October, 1849. 42 Drugs, Medicines, &c last year by Miller & Brokaw. '

shot of such a termagant. If women knew I THE OALPIN HOUSE. pay the Slate' and County Taxes due thereon for the Protection Insurance -January- 20. 1849. 3 A. A. FI5HEK.

: their power and wished to exert it, they would I NEWNANSVILLE year 1849, to wit : Company of New Jersey, EDWARD BARNARD, JR., 1S.

: t., 'f" ; always show sweetness of temper, for then 1 1a FLORIDA. TheNW 40theSWltf Sec 1, T 1. R13S CAPITAL 200000. received, by the late arrivals S. Knight

; they are ir 8i, Olive Branch.r Aau& THE public are inlormed that the "GAL.Ia' and E-, purporting lo belong to William J. Mills. Fire and Marine Insurance. addition to his stock of GEN, a WILL continue business at his oM stand, ,rbe

I iJle-lJOto rrx HOU K" is now opened for the reception WILEY LEE, IHAS hopes to wait such of bit friends as b
1 _ _ _ 5k-of LEWIS & AMES, AND MEDICINES, all of on
Bosr.lcrs and Travellers and Tax Asaessorand Collector -
t they mav Hamilton Co. of good heretofore extended go liberal a patronage, pro WJ'
; quality low
The lamented Col. Duncan, of the U. S. rest all"urfd there will be no painsICI1\rt'11 in rna1ii1' :. November 21:.lS I 10. 40' f.rn, October 13, 1849.Agents, Tallahassee 40 '6m, Florida. i general sortraent, of the for follow Cash. ing that all shall ha.vejr.ood articles at fair prices*

a' .: t h Army, had drilled his! men t such perfection then comfortable a* far as in t the power of the Proprietor 1.' ing, which are warranted genuine, viz: April 23,1849. 17
: to do '0. his tables are new and in fir si Hamilton Tax Houck's Panecea _
; : In artillery, and to such celerity ofmovcment, County Sale. $25 Reward.RUNAWAY Rowand's Improved Tonic Mix-

l ," :1 i: thai on one occasion, when bit guns were tin. rate. order. and a first rate olltter always in atttn.hrl"e. ,]:3Y'irllJe of the power vested in me by law, I Q_ : (from the subscriber sometime- tore Pills, Wistar's Sherman's Balsam of Wild Cherry Brandreth'; Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
: tier their sheds, tIle horses ort the light battery N. B. Private apartment always furnished for!la- pl se for sale, before the Court Hou; month of February last, a''ne&vjro. Worm Cough} and Dinner Cathattic, Camphor. THE subscribers hare on hand twoiuadred aUd

';'I in the stable and) the harness Hanging he lies. GKO. M, GALPIN, door, in the town of Jasper. Hamilton County, FJotida. ( girl named, SYLVIA, of,dark complexion, CMebratcdFeverand tIIE' Lozenges, Bonpland's I ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which I w
: up, Nevvnansville.JuncSS, 1649. -25 Proprietor.Notice. en, the first M.nJay in March next, 1850. being _tSaVomit five fet, five ,or loi-\ acbep high, thin I Thompson's : Rt'mrdLncenta Cordial\, lmve cbfainc l dite t from tha.mannfactnrers, aa o

a. '.' ': I accomplished tbe feat of harnessing: moving ,-- l the 4lh day of 'that month, the following (described and spare mat'. and! has red eyes. SJio'f-j'supposed Sands Kye Water, MciI'lOiF:1iir of Ot>inn>, they will warrant if to be a superior article.
.;' .,? bin two hundred -- properly or so much thereof will be to be Sarsaparilla, Turner's F-v 'rand A c... guns yard, forming; as sufficient to lurking : ronhcl Tallahassee, and is no doubt Tvler'a: ditto, Gordon's enlarged our storli ol Prug-s
: '.: in banery'and fifing a round in the pace of a A MEETING of tbe Stockholders pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for the I often in Ur city of evenings among I the free negroes. i Pills, nec with's Billion* and. AnJi-Dyeptir. does by rerer.* anivals, and are prerjfito.orders eY CU"
li' of (he Southern! ,en t 1S19.: to wit Her hu2'.eTvstten;: she leftv.waa( R. 1 llannnl'ot ,Antf-pyspcpf Pills! Peters anti I Tor articles in ocr line, at wholesale cr retail.on .
minute and hahffrorn tbe time the first rl Life Insurance Sitencer's
:. '( a : comtnand at the Office of the & Trust' Compmy111 be held, Lr.t No. 3, fractional Sec 21 I. Lot No. 5, fractional Henry, r.,' jbe.TreaoAv'plI: place, and it'is boy celebrated Pills, and I is Agent for S. P. Towrwnto the 9)01 aceoramodafinft frn.

was given. Monday in December Company in this city| en,the first Sec 3., N and E.T 1, R purporting to belong to that she has got him )fl. supposed Saraapanjla, in quart bottles, at $T per We have also! a few accounts yet doe to cs fer Ibi

r.cxl, for the choice of Trus Felix Livingston. The above.rewarJ will be paid for her bottle.' superior Lemon Syrup, prepared (torn I Tear 1S-17. The; ar* generally in snail ansoonw..

;..r OThe N. V. Canals were dos! stl 1 on the tees for the ensuing )'car. WILEY LKK, and delivery to William Johnsonon Lake apprehcnson Jack-- sick pure Curie or 'Lemon Acid, far'pre'erablij' HIP but if the whole conld be paid shcrfly. it would gjjjowajljjjtineejjjjjjjjjjj

S : ; ROBERT LYON, Cashier Tax A.sesr and Collector Hamilton Co. (on V. V. SKREINE. I Porter or ordinary use than that Usually sold, Loadoit ; '
Ta.'Uhassec November &c.
lbnitrr. &c.
3,1619 I J 43 '
Nojnbr2llS'. 49 3m October
20,1810. 41 ,tf June 10, IS"13., 47

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