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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 29, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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.THE. FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL Series for 1S50. Debato in House cf Rcpressntativcs U. S. their further perpetration, before I am willing 1 South, it i is precisely for this reason I shall utter would rather the Southern Country, with all

ID PUBLISHED EVERY SATCIlDATr.TKUMS I THE HOME JOURNAL : WASHING-FOX, Dec. 13, 1910. lo give you power over the supplies. Sir, I this response, without unreasonable! excilcment her statesmen and-all her great spirits.. \\83'
-- - -- I AN ELEGANTLY PRINTED Mr. Thompson ofPa. ofiercel the lio\rin do not regret this state of things in the House.It and I trust in a becoming temper.I .- offered,! up an 'noraLJosacrifice, than that
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Tars DOLLAHB if paid in jvancr.. FAMII V N( \ I.\I'l1n, resolution, which ho advocated at sonic is time wo understood one another ; that avow myself thc first place, as dicidedly we should! submit for one instant t to d grad3.tinn. .
per annum, we should speak out and our in favor of what is called Great applause.! "
THREE AND A HAi.r1, if paid wilhin six months.FOUR EDITED DT G. P. MORRIS AND N. P. WILLIS. length : carry principlesin the Wilmot Proviso.It [
DOLLARS, if not paid until the end of thej carSChThrss Jicsoh-cd, That the members present will our foreheads.It embodies a principle approved by my judgment I would say, in the language Koftsuth,, te>
tenns will bo rigidly adhered to, and A NEW VOLUME of this brilliantly original and proceed to vote, by ballot, for Speaker, and seems from the remarks ofthe gentleman and deal to my heart ; nnd yet I may that one who would not stand up by .his seclion. .
no paper will be discontinued until oil caragL-sare the peculiar FAMILY Ni\vnrApERv New will be issucton will under this resolution continue to ballot from New York, that we are to be intimidated say at once, in answer to questions such as ( may be curses of the- eternal! God rest up
of .7t. subscribers
.juid, uale! at the option of the publishers.' Sub- be supplied first with January the work"( from that date, by for.can until 4 o'clock this day, unless! a Speaker be' by eulogies upon the Union,and denuncia. those proposed to the honorable gentlemanfrom on his head] 1 .
.criber8will be received for three 1 months order at(for One the warding two dollars to the office of publication. sooner elected ; and that no nv>;ion to adjourn( tions of (hose who are not ready to sacrifice New York, [Mr. JuerJ] that I have not Mr. Cleveland addressed the House at considrable ..
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ollar-t'ix of month his, at $1 must be Kvcry accompanied with During the past four }cars THE HOME JounnAL or (for any other purpo (,'l\haH bo made until national honor, essential interests! and constitutional sought to make this a lest in the selection of a length urging fthat if tho South saw
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the paper call), uilr: i I the order comes through any of our has the met with universal and favor the at the hands of will all) rlassesol the hour above named shall: have arrived. rights upon its altar. Sir, I haveas Speaker or the organization of this House. fit to leave: the Union, the North \"iIIstill con.
regularly authorized agents in the State.ADVERTZ8EMET8 neil her community exert ions i or expense pioprietors to give such increased spare: Mr. Carter ofit-red the following resolution, much attachment to tho union of these I would have cht'ertillIv'otr.d for the honorable tinue to regard them brothers./ ,God forbid
value, interest and attractiveness to the forthcomingear which he supported at some length : Sidles: under the constitution of our fathers, gentleman from Georgia, [Mr. that Northern men should utter sentiments
\ as will render it superior in every respect t to Reechoed, That any porsonvhr> may be as any freeman ought to have. I am ready Toombs,] and I did on \ ritercay."ote! for the here such as he had to-day heard, showing a
I Will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square all the volumestLat have preceded it. Resides the elected Speaker of this House shall be divested concede t and sacrifice for it whatever a just distinguished member from Kentucky, [Mr. disposition on their part to regard: lha. South

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4eqii he made! on legal notices, estate n)1 ice", yearly the tpice of the European and American Magazines Territorial Committees, and that the same : do no more. I have not heeded the aspersions Mr. Winlhrop, I have dished to select a ed those cf his own section to feel kindly
I notices without, alteration, by persons having selections from the most interesting pl1 'jca. shall be made! I by a vote ofthe House. i of ihoso who did not understand, or desired Whig an Speaker-!known lo.rnt and to the towards: the South, ho kn w that ihot North
I regular' accounts with the office. tions of the day will frequently He given. 'uh tea Mr. Meadc said : Neither: of the resolutions, to misrepresent, my conduct or opinions country. I It:",, not asked, and I would not would be as firm as its own rocks in its posi.
Ii All annnnrenient of candidates for office, FIVE I ttires as have been found to be attractive will he retained before the House in ask that his lions. Wi do not desire to
I Mrikes at this root of the relation to these questions, which in my opinions upon the subject of slavery trespass on. their
JOLLAU-ill\'ariabh' in advance. No attention and new ones added. The Dells ot c'lir
will be paid to any order lor announcement,unless Time," by N. P. Willis ; Brief Noicla ;" Pi- evil which sficcts the hlousc.Y have been judgement' so vitally affect i'. The time has: should influence him in the selection of! rights. How would they like lo be dictated
occomjMiied, with the cash. ruant, Stories;" the opaikling wit and amusing :anec acting for risbt i days a firce before the people, cm.i6 when: I shall not only utter them, but committees: ; but I do desire that ho should I to as we have 1 1''n this morning-!lo bo threat.
All religious. marriage, ;nd obituary notices pub. dot-, news an1 gossip of the Parisian papers ; I't r. at a cost to I hem of 83000: a day, which all make them the basis of rny political action be a Whig constant and reliable-and with 1 curd with a dissolution of the Union, unless
. Jiskrd sftttuitously; but 'ditoria1 notices for pii- onal sketches of Public characteis; the ftirrinSCl'ne's will ngrrc is becoming less and less enter her-. I d li,) not, then, hesitate to avow before this I have been, and would be, content. I desire 1 they come lo our terms 1 Would they not
benefit ill be ad vcrtiicinents.J of the live in chronicle of the
rate \\ charged as news for Indies city; t the we fashions and; a fashionable gossip taillin The cause which has prefvntcd the this 1 House and tho country, find in the in the next place to remark as to these IROn have set it at defiance. 1 I asked! my

o n WORK. ; the facts :111\1 outlines of news ; the: pick of En organization: of the House is the Sear ofthe introduction presence of the I living God, that if by your threats of disunion, listened to so painfully Southern friend to reflect on tho position in

W llre well prepared: to execute Job Work, sucl gush information nnd biilliancy; i the wit, humor, of bills before the House from certain legislation you seek to drive us from the territories and so intensely. Sir, I deny that the great which they place themselves before the Amer.i .
a' billi,cards, blanks, ramp1i1etll, .c", with neat ; nnd pathos of the times and ; essays on life, literature, !' committees, which will produce discusbion of California and New Mexico, purchased -' l body of the people of the North have wished i iran people. They arc here only through
and morels
r>fn and del 1atcho All woik of this description, society choosings, from the ,wilderness the usual of English variety puiiodica of careful i and agitation on a question! which :threatens } by the common blood and treasure of to raise such a question, or to excite unreasonable the general acquiescence in the principle that

except for persons: having early accounts with literature, criticism: poetry, will still coi.tinue to the peace and integrity of the country the whole people, and to abolish slavery in I agitation ; nor, when the scenes and: ihw majority shall govern ; and when here
the oljce,.mint be paid fr: on delivery. enrich these columns. bills which, if passed, will either destroy this this DiMrict, thereby attempting to fix a national speeches of this day shall lie spread 'before mC'rclyon the question ofthe organization of
.-- --' := sis no mote copies of the first 'mmurrttilllJ, Confedeiacy, or enslave portion nfi if., Un. degradation upon half the States of this' them, will they believe our brethren of the thc House, they want to prescribe metes and

J3uiucss Tar"ltz, $C. prinl'J as sitir subscribers than the demand generally nlmolutcly disire reqvirct to bi in, wills awl dt'r the pressure of the present difficulties confederacy! I an for disunion ; and if my. South: to be in earnest, bound*, setting at defiance that principle,
-=- .---:=:: -- the beginning, it is advisable to tubstrile tcilfon which surround us, a fair oppoitunity i is ofiereu physical courage be equal to the maintaimnce: xMr. Wallace, of South C.i rolina. We will I* this: the treatment we are to expect'TTom
R. H. BERRY, Auctioneer. i delay,to aroitl any disappointment il the early and: to draw foith from both suiesof the House all of my convictions of right and duty t I will devote teach you that we are in earnest. our Southern friends ? Are, gcnllemen sent
prompt rcrdpt t>f the paptr. the conservative materials of which each is all I am and all I have on earth to iu Mr. Bake I should be obliged to gentle horn by independent constituencies to bo
fI.\LE D.VVS-WEDNESDAY'S AND 80TCRDA.Y'S.CIPATtTXERSIIII'The Term*-THE HOME JOURNAL is published cvrr.v composed. 1 have an\iou<;Ir looked for some consummation. From 1757 to thu! hour the men if they would tell me how knowledge tolJ that if they act thus and <*o, (his. Union
Saturday, at No. 107 Fulton street. New Yolk, at t
I subscribers hare (onn. the very low price of two dollars a year, or thiee Curlius from the North:, who, regardless of people of the South have -kel nothing but shall be imparted.Mr. shall bo dissolved ? The Hartford Convention .
r the firm of BERRY collies] l for five dollais, payable' invariably in advance personal consequences to himself will! leap justice-nothing but the nuintainance of the Wallace. When I said they would met and altempted. to dictate terms to
& UOU'LCS, to conduct Deduction awl Genera All letters,remittanc ,and communications,(pot, into the gulf which, yawns fur the peace and principles and the spfrit which controlled our teach you, I spoke in the name of th* people the Federal Government. They failed, and
Com in im id n Huiincss ; and will give their prompt, } paid,) to be addressed to : of this Union. fathers in the formation of of the South and in or
lappinois Sir, let a proposition: the constitution.; ; my opinion they will t. the last day the lives of the members of
attention) to all businetu entrusted to them. MORRIS AND] WILLIS, New-Voik. I
R. H. BERRY, ----.--- ---'-- be mad( and .supported by those who are c(. Unless we are unworthy of our attestors, we have their rights in spite of the North-.int that body they found occasion lo reget the act.
J. J. ROWLES. Sale! on Monday January 7, 18oO.Gadsden sirens of crushing (this demon of discord, for will never accept less as a condition of 'union. it is that we intend to teach you. Arc our Southern friends doing to us as they
TalUhassae' November 1 1. 1S49. 43 Sheriff's Sale. the purpose of uniting the conservatirciam on A great constitutional right, which was derUroil Mr. Baker. Sir, I profess mysehistill unable would! have us do to them} ? The North arms

Y virtue of a writ of fieii facias issued from thoL'ice both sides in opposition to any measure which by a distinguished northern justice of to learn, from the gentleman's explanation true to Ihe Union, and to the principles! of liberty
ALEX. C. MORTON, E of t the Clerk of t the Circuit t Court tor tile -ial! look lo the, abolition: of slavery in the the Supreme Com I ( Baldwin) to bs I the cornerstone ( how we are to lie taught. The North : yet there is no sentiment on the part of
ATTOaWSY AT LAW, County of Gad, en, in (the Middle Circuit ol the Di-Iiict, or the prohibition; of it in the: t territo. of tho Union, and without which heavers will stand by the constitution, and thus standby the North like a desire to triumph over tho
And Commissioner of Dfds for the Steles or; Slate of Floiida, wherein William Forbes i is plain ries. I such a proportion;) should! }b e adopted, in a judicial decision, it would never t tho! Union. We will think, act and vote South, who are our brethren.! You may
k fit, and George F. Stahl i N delcndaiit, I have hi'vied
Tennessee, FJonln, :and 3Iixsistippi. "}'on, and will! txpose for sale, at ;public outcry, t tll I fchould be willing to take a Speaker! 'from have been formed, .has already praciically upon: the proviso, a3 Jefferson (JjI.TI, will! talk: of a dis*>lutton ofthe Union, but if put
OFFICE AT COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. .f.J the highes' bidder, before the Couif I HOU.--C d-ior, in either side ofthe I House, relying upon him to been abrogated in al! of the non-slaveholding be governed (the majority: of the people upon in practice will be in effect like dismembering .
give 'faithful attention to such business as the to\\n tIC Quincy, <>n the first Monday in January carry out the \ie\vs thus expressed by a majority Stales.: I mean the right to reclaim fugitives this q'ie'lon. a }body ; that may suvive, but it.will bo a
WILL he entrusted to him, in the Courts of t the 1S5" within legal hours, following desciibed -1 of this body. from labor. 1 ask any and every Northern [Here Mr. h1iiIardofAlabamadinied that maimed body. What becomes of the limb?

Chattahtniches Circuit, Georgia, composed ot the The properlj N W ,,J to of wit Sec: 10, in T 2, N of HI W., :u.tll! But, sir, lithe( organization: fthis: House is man on thi* floor to answer me. nov, if this is a majority of thn people: had a right, under (he does it not perish ? The North will meet our
CoaiiliVi of Harris Talbot Stewart and
Marion ; ami Muscogee in the Couutiesof, Macon and thll W i of the N E 4 ol Sec 1U), in T 2, N of U 3 to bo 'followed by the passage: of(hose bills- not true-if this great right, indi Harbour, Alabama. %v., being the land on which the Mills known as : these outrages arc to lIe committed upon my the formation fthe Union, is any longer, for I repeat, sir, "'C will he governed }by the! fairly! ; but they will not surrender
Auunt; IS,1919. 32-Gm Smith's Mill are situated. i people, I trust in iod, sir, that my eyes I have any practicable: purpose, a living principle! ? will of a majority of the people, constitutionally their rights or our love for liberty. They
to Levied I bu fold upon satisfy as th-"did property writ of of G said. la.defendant, and rested upon the last Speaker of lc! 1 louse ofnrpr's:1'r.ti There are none to deny it. You admit you expressed ; but neither for the District iiiCouumb'ia cannot be driven from the position they harms

LEWIS & AMES, SAMUEL D. LOVE, Sheiiff. \ s. This cxpres-siou is not the have not performed your consfituJional! duty: ; nor California, nor New )Mexico ta'\':. They desire! to organize the Housa
DKALLKSIN Quincy, December 8, I 1S-19.. 4< ts.en ebullition off (ing ; it contains fcrnlimcnls J I that you withhold from us a right which was will we desire or even dream of a dissolution! so that they may meet there, but in no unkind

DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, Sale 7 1650.Gadsden have well] considered often expressed, publicly S one of our main inducements to the Union ; of this Toivn.Genllt'm h'mpcr.rIH>y wish only to legislate upon
Toilet Articles, Perfumery, If., Window Glass Monday, Januiry and] privately. They: ate entertained in yet you wonder that we look upon your eulogies n, when you threaten It. \vp hall them, and then to have the members from all
PAINTERS' Sheriff's Sale. common with the people J represent. And I of a Union who e mSt sacred principles doubt! ; when you protest, we shall disclaim ; sections return to satisfied constituencies
BRCBULH COLORS
AND BY virtue of a writ of lien facias issued from the loll gentlemen, if these measures Lc passed you have: thus trampled! under foot as nothing but no fervid declarations, no fiery appeal to neither portion of the Union having" asked! of
Apothecaries' GltSIiiU'c, &c.Tit .
of the Cleik of the Circuit Court lor thc thereih1 I be but one determination sit the better than: mercenary hypocritical! cant.- Southern feelings. no solemn invocations addressed the other, nor subm'.tteJ: to a surrender of its
i E above constantly on hand,and for sale at the County of Gadxden( I ia I the Middle Circuitf I t the
market prices. State of Florida, wherein Robert L. Ixrnoii'o! i io South-one solemn resolve to defend their This District was ceded immediately after the to the Almighty, (as it, indeed, he own rights.Mr. .
LEWIS t AMES. plaintiff, and Hezckiah Smith i is defendant, I have homes and. maintain their honor. Lit Ihia Constitution was formed. It was the gift of] were a God discord,) will mike! us believeth ColrQ I .."- 1at..1 -.L ,-
Tallahassee. November 20.1SJ7. IS levied upon, and will expo for sale, at public outcry IKKIIP rnmol .n !i. _A". ._.I j--- -.. ill fi.', 'l... %. lit l.-v. .t.. i.u tw C\tr llio I l"'-.tlnn to mo hl ;ncit iiiildc-r, belore the Court JUU"l'cloor. every Southern sinew converted into a spring ortl-eir t common: govern nient. Its municipal I I chambers in his secret heart a purpose so accursed place to.day, atd I desire to say a few word
.IJJON TOWLE. M\KIANO: D. PAI'Y Ja'llar,1f-' in the ti-wn, within of Quincy 1"jp1110url, on the, the first following Monday
TOWLE & PAPY, scribed propeity I to wit : proud to believe (that our race on b"ih dales ry. You accepted it. Your honor r.-as pledged the Union can ever be dissolved. No evidence ; the gentleman from Illinois, [Mr. Baker.]
JlJlorncys and Counsellors at Law, One. negro woman, named) Rachel. of the line are equally I brave ; but gentlemen for its maintenance a national Capital.: shall convince us till the deed Is dJ:1:. That gentleman! observed! -and his re remark
formed an asjaciation for the Practice Lei ied upon as t thepropeity t of sail defendant, and will!! fid a difference between men contending Your filth was pledged, to tho maintenance of Yet, if such a thing bf posssible! it shall not i fell with peculiar emphasis on my ear-lhat
HIVING, will attend the several Courts of the to be gold to latifslid" SAMUEL writ of n.fi.LOVE tao Sheriff.Qu for their ,fireside, and the robbers} who are the rights of the [people! who were thus placed be our fault. '.%'e shall not be intimidated by he diet not believe the South was in earnest

KiJ.Jle Circuit of Florida, and in the District Couil incy, December S, ))1SJ I'J. 4S ts locking to d-fpoil them of their lights, and under your care. Your fathers accepted the threats violence.. We shall: not shrink as to her determination not to remain in this
af the their U. S at will l Tallahas receive ee. All attention.CTOtfrrin business.eitru) tidti degrade them before the worM. If there bi trust, protected the slaveholder, and all 'other from the calm expression of our deliberate Union if the legislation in regard her insti.

: care: the Cpito1.piompt Fancy and Staple Goods. any Southern man who would refuse to stand citizens in their rights, and in all respects .judgment. We are here as freemen, to speak tu'ions: which is threatened, should be accom-
February 17, 1SJQ. 7 TIm particular attention of the trading} puMic i is by his country in such an emergency, ("Thereare faithfully) and honestly executed the trLst ; but for; freemen, and we will speak and act as becomes plished.
\ to my new Stock of' Fall and Wir.ltrGIIf.JII none," said SC''fuJ'oiers,) he would! not they hau: been githered, to their fathers, andit us in the face of the world, and of pos I confess, with_somedi-gred mortification,
which are-lIdn sold terms low '
on as as can
MEDICAL NOTICE. be found at any stoic in!I this city r>r eUewhcrc. Tile merely be execrated I by his own people, but was !lefi to their degenerate! sons to break terity. Gentlemen, who is thdre among; u!, that perhaps it is true the South has, by her
Dr. Charles-T. stock embrace evi'ry vaiiety of FANCY GOODS, his own children would heap curses upon his their faith with us, and insolently to attemptto amid all this talk of disolution, that does not con luct hitherto, exposed herself this impu-
Darby touch as grave. play the master where they were admitted love the Union ? Is (there a man in this vast la'ion ; but I rejoice to say that the day has
R ESPFCTFULT.Yannounccs to the public in penertl Plain and figured Silks, Cambrics: Linens, Mr. bombs said the difficulties! in the way as I brethren. I trust!, sir, if the representatives: assemblage, who, on the coolest reflection, gone by when any question as lo her deliberate -
that he ha located himself in
Monticello, Florid,*and I permanently will be found at all times, Satins Swiss and, plain' other and Mu figutcd linl',, Hart-gob LaC'c'sl-d, (; inf,, e,f f the, organization r.fthis House are apparent: nf the North prove themselves unworthy of would! not give his boo! I to cement it ? [.\p. purpose on this subject will ever again
une, ,,jssionally en agt"J. Strict attention will Caslraere!, De Lames, Ribbons, Gloves iiinps &.C., and well understood here, and should be understood their ancestors! we hall not prove ourselves )Iause.] Sir, I confess this resposs gladdens b.i made.
be ptid 10 all prolessionat'cal1s. Alpacas, Lawns, by the country. A great sectional unworthy of ours : that we have the courageto I mj? heart ; anJ already I reproach tmscif The gentleman! has alluded to the fervij
May 5,1S4'J. IS with a splendid assortment of other Fancy Goods question l.esat the foundation ofull these trou. defend! what they had the valor to win.- that I could waver in rny confidence but fur a ,an 1 ini.u lineJ lining.' which has fallen

GEO. W. II U '1' C II INS too numerous to enumerate, principally' bought: at ble.. The disgraceful event of yesterday, The territories are the common property cf moment. Ii was a mournful spectacle to a from tIle lips of Southern gentlemen to-day.
the celebrated STEWART fstablUhmcnt in Broad- and the explanations! consequent upon their. the people cfthe United States, purchased by true-minded:! man, when threats disunion, I I can assure that gentleman and this House ;

AUCTIONEER nay.My Ciprpusly stock also] for c-nibracce this} market.a superior assortment of! exposure, prove conclusively that the demo I their common blood and trcaO lIrt!. You are fierce and !bitter, could draw forth shout of applause 'that I desire not lo" make: this question a sub.
TALL.11IJSSEE, FIJI. DRY GOODS, with e"cr'arH'ty of Plantation cratic party and the frce. oilers were both I their common agents ; it is your duty, while from gentlemen on the other side of I jecl for rhetorical} display, and he ;is greatly
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REFER TO Goods, Groctiics, Boots, Shoes, hats, Cups, 4-C., acting in reference to it. The southern democrats I they are in a territorial slate, to remove all. this House, as triumphant as ifdis'ini.m' were mistaken if he supposes such is tho feeling of
MtUri H. BOXD, J. W. ARCVLr, D. C. WILKON, 'e"Call, unsurpassed and examine.by any ever before D. C.offered.WILSON.Novnihir were catisficd, from (the public course impediments their freo enjoyment by all sections i I glory, and as if,) indeed, the threat were: already !. any member' on this floor from my section of
F. II. r 4.GG,T. J.Hooko.N and J. T. ARCH LR 21 I J. ISI!!). 40( and private assurances both of the member and pi-ople! of) the Union, the slaveholderand I accomplished.' And Jet, sir, t the echo the Union. -
March lu, J St'J. 10 vthcm they suppoited and his frii-nis, that hewas the nnll.lla\ hrJl'r.! You have given the contradicts the utterance. This shout for the I dcsira lo regard it in all its solemnityand

J. L. HICLDS, M. I). J. 8. BONO, 1 1. T. McNaught & Ormond worthy of trust upon! these important sectional strongest indications that you will not perform Union will be taken up among the masses, importanceand: with a fill view of all!
HAVE now received their fall stock, comprising issues. The disclosures which were this trust-that you will appropriate! to yourselves till it becomes a perpetual anthem of hope and the consequences that surround it. In this

Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, usually and called well lor celcctcd,;viz; : osiortuicnt of all articles made, proved that 'they were mistaken ; and, all this territory, perpetrate all of thee joy. It will swell amid the mountains of the spirit I declare thai; I believe thC South i ii pre

lorialf'd themselves together in the Dry goods-coarse, Cue, and fancy, with a piomptncss' honorable 10 them, they in. wrongs which I have enumerated ; yet with I North. and travel wIth tho winds across the pared: to leach the North t that she is in earn
HAVING of Medicine Surgery, &c., ofler their Shoes, Kcts-cjs, Lin&eys, Osnaburgs, &c., Mantly withdrew, their suppoil I, anti left the these declarations on your lips, when! SouthCTU : prairies ofthe west. It will reverbato through est ; and I here pledge myself that if any
strvicos to the citizen: of Quincy and the surroundin lilankcts, Hats, Cops] nnd Hosiery, discredit to fall vthore it properly belonged. men reuse It) act in party: caucuses with all the vast extension of the confederacy! and 'bill should be passed: nl this Congress abolishing .

Quincy/August if country. 11 1S19. :31 &.C.Read, }tnadc Clothing, Cloaks,Umbrellas, Parasols, The free-toilers, who! \\ ere engaged in the you, in which you have controlling! majority : be repealed by a thousand advancing generalions. slavery in the District Columbia, or incorporating .

__ --, -- Hardware I Tinware, Woodware.: and Crockery, discreditable conspiracy: secretly and dishonorably w hen we ask the simplest guaranty for; the! Sir, in the name of the men of the : the! Wilmot Pro iso in any form,
Thomas Jeff. Heir, Salt, Iron, Nails, Paints, Oils, and Varnishes, sought to acquire advantage: in: the organization f..1ure-we! art denounced out of doors as North, !so rudely attacked-and speaking whit! that t I will introduce a resolution in this House idechiring
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Ccfice, Flour, Bacon, ar.d other Groceries, Of the House J by private: pledges! rtscunts: and ictionists, and indoors we are I know to be their sentiments-I say u dissolution : in terms lhal this Union ought fadissolved.
piactice in the Citciil Court in each Together and wilh a great taiicty\ which of Uft-fut, Ornamental concealed, and intended to be concealed, from met with the cry of" Union, Union." Sir, of this Union, i*, most !>", shall Iw impossible .
I WILL of the Middle, Circ-jit and in the Suprrme invite, the PantyJlrticles\o attention of f purchaseia, ,they and respectfully promiseto the great majority cf those, whose votes were we have passed that point. It is too late. ]I as !long as an American: heart heat Mr. (Baker. Will! the! gentleman allow me
Court and United Slrle District Couit a nell really low for cash or produce. necessary to elect ihi person for \\hom they have used all my energies from the beginning in an American bosom, or the Almighty to as't him one question; I

I TalUhnsee.Monticello. 29, 1649. 29 McNAUGHT! & On C ND also expect, 'throughout voted. They sought. by a discreditable! trick, of this question to save the country from this sends his wisdom and hu goodness to guide Mr. Colcock. Certainly; sir, as many'
January (ho heason, to Purchase and advance on COTTONS. to secure those advantages iu the organization: convulsion. I have resisted what I deemed us and to bless us. you pI'! ag!.

CARAWAY SMITH,] [W. S. DILWORTH.QMOTiHI -Newport-, -Fla.---, November--10-, 1S4U.- -- 41 uhich they had not the courage, or the boldness unnecessary and hurtful, agitation. I hoped Mr. S'ephens, Georgia, did not wish (obe Mr. Baker. Will! such a resolution: dis.

& DSHLWORTH, New Store and New Goods.n openly to demand. They affected to rely against hope, that a sense justice and patriotism called on to discuss the question of the Union solve the Union 2 I nm aware that such laiugnage
ATTORNEYS AT LAW "HE: subscribers have rented the store formerly' on tl.c wrilltu pledge, which they knew would: induce: the North to settle these of these Slates. He cherished more In' been hel.l! in South: Carolina for
MONTICELLO FLORIDA. 1. occupied by Mr. McDougal, adjoining that of was given in fraud! and Ircachery. I leave questions: u.on; principles honorable! and 1 safe than auglit: else the compact formed by our. the last eighteen year;
I !Mr. Knight,I three doers 1 below Mr. I'urney'ii, and will the morality and honesty of this part to he to both sections of(he Union. I have planted fathers after the revolutionary: struggle. But' I II Mr. Colcock. Idu not say that the tnero

July, -1649. 27. open in of a lew Dry days Goods a,General Silk Good Stock, Funcv of Goods ditto,,Hats consisting tested bj' the impic fact of this transaction, mself upon national platform, resisting PXIrcmes I t'lIllIis House, that when the Wilmot Proviso introduction of such a resolution woulu1!, of itself .

A. E. MAXWELL, and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing Saddlery, (1'0- wilh the single remark, that these are the men at home and abroad, willingly sub- is consummated, in my scctidn of the dissolve tha Union. But when' the-vota
ATTORNEY AT LAW caries, Hatdvvare, \Voodware, ami Tinware which whose consciences have no ref, on accountof J[ecting myself the aspersions of enemies, country, from that day the Union is dissolved ; is taken on it here, and followed as I know
they will offer for sale on the most reasonable terms \\hat I hey call the sin of slavery. The and, far worse than that, (he nsconstruction: and whether the North believes it or not, ii it will be by the action of ltd! Southern people,
WILL' attend. all the Courts of the Middle Cir. for ca-h or country produce.By whig parly presented their nominee, who has I friends, determined to struggle for Iud accept will be found to be truf. This Union was then I am smtisliedthiatthe North will be con.
fjcf- Office over S. F. JSurney's Store. close attention to business, and the low pricesat I
Tallahassee, Oct. 27, 1S3. 42 which they offer their Goods, they hope to merit received the support[ of the great majority of any fair and honorable adjustment of formed for the common benefit. We of the vinced that the Sj>uth is in earnest on.this 'TI.
a share of public patronage.BUTLER. I that party. No pledges were asked by the these questions. I have almost despaired of South came into it for mutual benefits( as well tal tlIc stion. Inow it has been th fashion:
S. S. KNIGHT, & DENIIAM. Northern members of that pall, for the very any such, at least from this House. We as the people of the North. It was not to to talk of South! Carolina! abstractions j hut I
Wholewlc & Retail Crorcr & Provision Dealer, N. B. They are prepared to make liberal advanceson sufficient reason I that being in a majority of must arouse and appeal to the nation. We have our rights or feelings, trampled on ; and rejoice to find that these abstractions haro

TALLAHASSEE, 1XOUIDA.EEEPS October COTTON 27,,shipped ISI'J. to their frier.da 42 in New Yoik. nearly three to one, they were very abundanty must ,tell them boldly and frankly that we pre. I fell gentlemen, from whatever section they now assumed iho firrru arid pressure; of sol.

constantly on hand,and offers (or sale at a able (to take care themselves. I did not t i.r any calamities to submission to such degradation any came, not tl) be deceived! on this suJ cct.I emn truth, and South Carolina; baa now tho
advance on cost, for cash, all the btand.ard The Florida Exchange. act with them, because the events ofihc past, and injury as they would entail upon I I We will net submit to aggressions ou oar proirl satisfaciion of seeing arrayed around
articles in his line. Flours of approved i It.e.-Sujarl.. Cotlcea, Teas, Bacon, Hams, 1'ork, TIllS'ell known establishment, located at the force tho conviction on my mind that the interests ion of all evil. I have stated my positions. my colleague [M.( Toombs] meets a response I Mississippi and! Virginia-whom ,she will L(

Soap ether, Candles with Fruits, Lard, ,Irish and all Potatoes similar, Onions articles, Nuts-to. the Capitol Pensacola, r'ce/lllyoccupied and Monroe by street I. N. ,Drake opposite -, of my section of tho Union are in danger I[ have not argued them. I reserve that fora in my heart. gentlemen! suppose that by proud to 'follow; wherever they may lead. > ,

Kaislns", Fige! Almond' *,and nil other article,uiually. i, laving been recently refilled} by the subsbriber, !i. ; and I am therefore unwilling to surrender future. occasion. These are principles upon singing hymns to the Union, it can ba preserved I, for one, do not regrx-t tho discussion
found in similar establishment*. now open for the reception of visitors. The house the great power ofthe Speaker's chair which I act here. Give me securities that the they mistake. This Union was fnm. which has: taken placc'to.ay.. I do- not
Store next door above G. 11. Meginniss'.cn Mon is a commodious one, having a good Bar Room, and without obtaining security for the lillur.r c power of ihe organization which you seek will ded on immutable justice and right-not .to wish to see this question adjourned. Nor will

roe April street 2'3, tS4!. 17 ly a Parties fine room can up be stairs accommodated wilh a good with Billiard private Table.-rooms. have just listened to strong appeals upon the I not be used to tho injury of my constituents, render tIm weak subject) to the oppressions of I consent to any expedients which may post. / (
Good and attentive servants ready at any and all necessity organising the I House.I I confess I Iito then, you can have my co operation, but not the strong. I think! that this delate'may as 0t04 I wish not to leave for my rhiLImn
I GEO. H. DESTWICK, hours, day or night; and visitors 'may rest assured not -ellhat- necessity. From the best 1 lights till then.. Grant them, anJ you prevent the well come. now as at any other time, ainj that to meet. Let it come at onceanJbosettlecl .-
Wholesale & Retail Grocery & Provision Dealer hat every attention will be paid them. The house jcforo me, I cannot: see that my constituents recurrence of tho disgraceful. scenes of the the American heart may be awakened i if now and ()fCVcr. -

TALLAHASSEE and will othet always articles be furnished the best with the the market best of affords.OYSTERS Hut haTe anything hope from your legislation, last'twenty-four hours, and restore tranquility: has been slumbering. We of the South feel ilr.Ahlenrosc to 'pcac! and placed, himself .

constantly on band, and for' Bale at I the :, Coffee always on hand. hut everything to fear. We are not impatient to the country. Kefu'e them, and,'as fir as that we'arc weaker then the North. nut in such a position as to hn very indistinct _
KEEPS
l cub prices, for ca hall the articleF in W. J. SMITH. to have the doors of your 'treasury thrown, I am concerned, lei discord reign forever." when gentlemen talk of organizing' parties Iy heard by the reporter. He though,.t.
this line.business.. Flour of best qualities,Su ar. December 1, J 9tV. 47.4t. open, and forty millions of the common taxes Mr.! Baker, Illinois, said : Although a. upon the principle of attachment, ,(the U. (tho people would! believe we are making too _
Coffee Teas, Bacon lIaml,Soaps Candles,Nuts, Hal the weakest and humblest of tho Nor. nion it as well begin on tho of much of this If could
pin, Lard, Whiskey, and all other articles Notice. of the whole nation thrown into the hp of ono mong may principle m tter they l look for _, S_ _
found in similar establishments. All usually. lalf of if. We ask for none of if;; we expect' thorn men, I cannot reconcile it to my sense jtnti c. themselves on what had passed this dayih 1.
to)purchase any of the above article persons; are wanting respectfally ALL persons J. Boycc having, late claims of Madison against County the estate, de of font of it ; therefore gentlemen must pardonmy of duty to permit tho observations of the hon. Would you have us lobe a mere appendageto the hall, they ,would draw the conclusion'taa% !' .71-

) invited, to call and price them before t..U)'. rated, are hereby required to render them to the want sympathy for their impatience. orabejgenlkman! : from Georgia [Mr. Toombs] your Union _? -to submit to aggression af- he Union must. stand. I remember'6. <'i.'t 1: t"Mr.
,ifig Store elsewhere. undersigned within the time specified! by law. Jy giving you Ihc control of the treasury, we lo pass without imrnt'diate.nnd distinct rrply.! her aggression 1 I do not intend to debate A.) reading that t the!) frienrtOor: OU'Gojs.uith ; /. '\tii' {
& Co.,corner formerly of Monroe occupied. aad Jefferson by L. & H. Greenberg JOHN C. McGEHEE, increase Jour ability to oppress. I'ant, And while I know him to be one oi 1 the most this question; here (today ; but I tell you be. ., on one occasion,-to'muk'o: fbfif 1i131 .. j ; 1.t'
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May !?, I8f!>. IJL/1 atrrets. DcccmborS, 1519.Administrator'48 John St J. Boyce. grIevances fed.-cswcd, and security ,ngainst. eloquent and gifted of the gentlemen ofthe form3thtt Goo. that, rules: tho universe, lhat I ( Continue t.7 ,.:" *" ""-- t '4.', 17 ":1'

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confined ro .are
I JOURNALCorrespondence good effect. The establishment of trade with [ Ij n 9 9'f t, Jlortfoa : to DemoratL Gor.,Brown has been awakened joct of great importance, tome from a scores
\m: : ? & Q(L i oppor. him the same print is '
there before the actual re-corn i South Florida who on Crrec eli
it
entitles
the Indians which
general consideration.yo
relation to this '
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; .; .J i.1',;. .1- of his duty, riSCUn
II to
> -i-u. from
DYKE
t a .'; rnencement of hostilities, if this should be in.etablc R. B. HILTON & C. E.. grounds. Not long'since a gentleman shall receive something farther
.J' ./ P&BUSHBD; E -KHV SATURDAY, draw the few so far as tho General Government is gladly fora
'1 would have the tendency to EDITOR ASD PROPRIETOR Key West, now in .Washington, passed a mater, .
,
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t' BY HILTON & DYEB, and in addressed a letter some i the the
4 1 Indians from the frontier, gre&tyaid days in this city, who unhesitatingly pronoun. concerned, having

.!Tupom Jl l connnuniealioni tliould. .b. addressed. the difficult duty 01! confining Saturday, December 29, 1849.: vial Mr. Maloney's appointment one not fit to weeks since lo tho'President, (the publication e "' fC,I%,
: limits. Besides the prejudices ol the two the payment of i[:FOR THE IJUDU:aloua."r] ,
.. Term*-9i per ann o In AdriLcuT1MIDIAN bands could be more .easily. managed, and if TALLAHASSEE COTTOX MAUKET. -Dec. be ma 'e." That gentleman was a Whig of ihe which is promised,) urging What are the rights of the peer of \"ltor_ true

..t ( fAi---J _I------! necessary a .coup dc main" could be more 29.-Being Chrh.tma week, little offering. 4' deepest dye." His name, too, is at the scr- tbo troops by the U. S. Govcrment.'o iiU and New Mexico t aett-pnrDmet t weott

; : of the Floridlan A Journal. surely effected Prices (from 8J to 9J cents. Hcceipt, _vice of J r.llalonel's frien when called for, are told by his organ that It is a document As we propose only short but practical
range
:: TAMPA, FA., Dec. 17, 1840. Tho man Indio has been again arrested and time. which docs our executive honor, and will repel common sense examination of this question'
1 the
of Cotton at the Depot, from the 21st to the at proper .
tcsli-
committed for tria\' the additional will first what course has been :
.! AJEQnI.- EVITOKI :- upon with tremendous force the imputations we see adopt. 1
it is said, of a witness to whom the ac. 28th inst., 960 biles. Mr. Oabell. ed Federal Government in I
cur
many by regard:
!
The emigrating ngont: has gone down to 1 which have been thrown upon him in this Ic ,
I' cused had confessed the crime. Tribune an accountof
The New York gives Territories
other acquired by
Choko Niklah for the purpose of a talk with I About two hundred recruits from New York FLORIDA CANAL.-Tho extract which we n by the opposition prints." *4 Tre. The purchase from bmc
Dc. of
the of connect purchase Louisiana
held night foreign
on powers.
< Whig caucus
tho Indians. It is understood that the orders a
...: !} for the army in Florida! landed at Fort Hrooke publish in another column on this subject', is mcn-dous Whew! But what are the im. from the Republic of France, and pen
), : from Washington arc to the eOVct, that: if the ccinbcr llth, at which Mr. Cabell attempted Florid
L yesterday. taken from a forthcoming work of M. Poussin, put tiona in this connection 1"Yi the trorn the king of Spain are cases
t Indians at this intrrriew absolutely refuse to The last accounts from Choko! Niklah bring ]," (rays the correspondent of that paper,) il Misl m
late French Minister This whether the letter here re- point.
at Washington. Sentinel tell
,;4'; emigrate, no Additional measures of coercion us
Yours, I truly. to his opposition to Mr. Winthrop by xcCr'
..e ; t .I are to be undertaken until the whole' subject nothing sausictory. gentleman, a thorough-going Democrat in his excuse fered to, is the only one which Gov. Drown By (be treaties acquisition, both front )
there
that
acknowledging before caucus France and it was stipulated that "
the Spain. the
'.': //i1.<< has been submitted to Congress. Should' a Cat i:il lu'ol1 Florida. principles, is an ardent admirer of our institu has written t to Washington in relation to our U! 1
nnd refuse. the was no man out of Florida, more popular in it inhabitants: of the Territories ceded, (that ;b
to a portion .
4 I portion agree go To complete this inland navigation parallel tions.: affairs whether be did not write, dus.
A Indian ; French citizens, or Spanish subjects) shall be
CUAnd
but should the nation and that he had himselfno
be ihe
: policy will Mine ; ; : ) to the Atlantic cot: t, remained to connect than: Mr. Winthrop ; '
f fit: UK a whole agree to go, it is to be Loped that it to that which! is-piesented i by the frontier From Washington. objection to him personally or politically approving, condemning, denouncing or ridiculing incorporated in the'Union ofthe United States powjfmi

.,.t the Administration has taken the responsihil.Jty !I ofthe gulf: of Mexico, by opening a canal At the date of our last auvices from Washington The excuse he offered for his antagonistical Gov. Mosely for calling out tine volunteers as soon of a the!maybe Federal tonsistent constitution with and she primi.ciples i

.b i.1' to furiiitli the agfnt with ample authority across the peninsula of Florida, which would the House of Representatives was still! that 1 If so, do let us have that letter, too, admit. I ;jeciil I
I : position towards the Whig party, was, ted to the enjoyment of all the principles!
he make for. thaipurp'se ,
:\::>q to carry into any immediate agreement effect.may The continu. have considerably shortened the the navigation and vessels, without a Speaker. A joint committee had Mr. Toombs had sprung his slavery resolutions (or all of them if more than one.) That (or rights; and immunities of the citizens ort tbo au'LfIIOI
mound 1
'\ ( will which I i' now : cape been appointed by caucus of the two partiesin the t host) wo mid perhaps repel with "tremendous United Iates." And, as it was neYerpre.'I. ,(
...f4.t anceof the present state of siego depend would elude the dangers to which theyare upon him in the first caucus Whigs in :

;.:p:t of course upon 1 the! conduct! of the! Indialls.t,1 .- exposed thereby between' the Bahama islands and separate meetings, who were engaged in held, and there was no honorable way to es. I force" imputations which hare 'been made, a tended, that we know of that there was any ri'tabli' 1

\:::: Should the Indians adopt the usual policy of Florida, on their coarse to and from the Gulf an effort to mature some plan for an organiza. the other repels doubtless, u imputations"whkhhave attempt by our Government to avoid the ful.
cape. filment of its pledges in good faith, to the in.
procrastination! its; not likely that the agent .Mexico.1 of the House. been made. Von the sake of
tion Perhaps something maybe not : J
must admitted, we think! both by his habitants these Territories, ,
\ Mill come nt their final determination at this dili. I b Je n examine,
;
"The board of internal improvements o grelure
't1' accomplished before the issue of our next the State, we beg, that our Executive" may the in which they were fulfilled.
: interview. The prosperity of this part of studied this project, and were con. friends and t foes that our Representative cuts manner
., ; gently number. have all the honor" due him for his letters to Lo'jfciana.i fir b order. This
Florida the of July, I been comes Ter.
hating scenes creditable
by
it sub. presented $
;;t'; \inced orlhe facility of its execution ; by no means a figure, n gilt ru
'::r"" brought to a complete stand still, it will retro. milled detailed plan of it to the government, Our readers will find on the outside} of to in the above extract. No man: out of Ilorid. Washington, and to show our sincerity and ritory was ceded to the United State on the clolbthan

;i-'",, ( grade in a ratio proportionate to the time lost which I 1 fully described in my work upon *the day's paper, the repot of a thrilling discus is more popular in it than Mr. Winthrop !- anxiety in this matter, we promise their re. 30 1803'h \pril8. On ed the the President Js of October

; .it In the consummation of this measure. civil improvementsin the United States, which' sion, in which Messrs. Meade, of .,ToomLs publication in our columns, to enhance his Congress with Patio
\ him
himself had to
Mr. Caboll no to conduct the .
Upon the whole, the aspect of the affair in. Iso contains all the technical labors and objection power to appoint persons gor.ernriKjnt cone
3 off a and Stephens, of Ga., and Milliard, of Ala., and forsooth he credit by the most extended circulation. The of this Territory until otherwise _. "
in
; Hicatet that the Indians: will not be got other projects submitted and executed by the personally}' or politically, yet provided I face
9 .t lime to enable the (frontier settlers to make: a board. spoke with the utmost: plainness! and most (IC. cannot vote for him !IVcIL may tho writer letters, the letters, let us have the letters-in bl Jaw.' stik

.a. 1\ crop, except[) at a great risk ; and that, in allprobability .I The Florida canal woud! have been 169 csive:: energy in behalf of the South. Their from whom: we have extracted, intimate that all their TREJIE:DOUS force." Gov. Drown On the 26tb March 1904, Congress pass. 8ltan1

:. i the coming year may go out with miles in length with a total I fill of 221 l feet, sentiments are responded to in the same strainby will \\is satisfied with suchan considers himself have been Go'cror, webelieve ed H law to organize a Government for saidK' Ttfrr
out their removal. It becomes:, then, the duty admit the his constituents not Territory which we give the followingsynopsis -
\ dimensions to -
'I and locks of large
the of the slave! States the time that all these letters
at
political
-were
presses
d t them who
of the Government to cause the utmost vigi.;: of sail vessels. This truly great national excuse. For if there be any of : peor

lence along the cordon to prevent the escape passage project has not yet ,been commenced. with very little respect to party. The Charles. like Mr. C., have no objection to Mr. Win. written, (if more than one ;) at any rate we Is!. 'The Executive authority was Testedin I

:;:i;: of the Indians. Prompt and efficient incus.uresthould This unfortunate delay has been owing to the ton .Mercury and Savannah Georgian could throp, (the very embodiment of the Wilmot lear that he claim salary as Governor from a Governor, 'to hold: his office for three theRhfi

..!L be at t once adopted to be prepaied' different interpretation given to the powers not exhibit more enthusiastic commendations will January last t : his correspondence with Wash Ja1*Hole a citizen of the United Slatu.*ly 1
Proviso as he is,) politically, surely they
: to maintain the ecigc throughout the summer. the be appointed by the President and theil
the central by I
conceded
to government of Messrs. Toombs and Stephens, were these ington on matters (public importance, i is of o
;, In aider then, to enable<< the agent to act efficiently constitution, relative to appreciations ci f the not be satisfcd" with his excuse. On the the U. S.,' and 4 rcmotuble at the pleasure until!i
J instead of be. Do let him have honor" o
-J leading
gentlemen Democrats, public concern. to
I nnd meet every emergency, in addi. public money for internal improvements. 1 contrary, those who, (as who in Florida, besides tILe President.1 IK'CCHIl'I

... lion to money to buy the Indians on; the com.pnnies certainly cannot pret'nllo: place my opinion ing prominent Whigs. So far as we are acquainted Mr. Cabell, has not,) have objections to bo derived from the publication ofthe whole 2nd. The 'legislative power was rested in '

} iI : )) of the hoops of his command: now upon in competition with t that ofthe t American: with the popular sentiment Florida, Mr. anti-slavery sentiments and ofa correspondence, a part of which is of such the Governor and council thirteen,' to b ernroj

.; \ the line, should be forthwith recruited to 100 I statesmen who have apposed the application the course of these gentlemen is sustsined Winthrop's tremendous force. 4 proper persons' 'owners of real estate in laie p) -

: men ; half of which should be mounted. of the public) funds to works of such general without voice. voles: will not be satisfied with an excuse in Territory,1 citizens oj tIlt United States to Inl.belt J It

i It is understood: that the agent is satisfied: interest ; but what I can say, and aulirmn as an a dissenting which he asserts that, he (Mr. C.) has no objection outer Convention. hold their office for one year,' and to be'op- !

...-';' that more Indians than the five, wire engaged: engineer, is that the interests' of American As to the election Speaker, we are aware to him politically. Mr. Cabell i is a SOUTH: (LtuoLINA.-'I'ie} legislature hare pointed by the President, with the advice and to t

: In the depredations in Juy! and that this: mat. commerce on the Gulf: of Mexico assume from of no anxiety in our midst for the speedy con. Whig ; Mr. Winthrop! is a Whig ; Mr. W. is elected as delegates from the State at large to consent of th Senate. popiwer

i \ ter will be the subject of discussion at thin in. :year to year much more consequence from summation of that event. I Congress is to of the )Ir. Ca. the Southern Convention, Gov. llmmond. 3d. Tie 'Judicary' consisted of three
tho caucus candidate Whig* ; .
0. tenieShould this be true, (I have no doubt I the settlement of she wter countries, the exhibit the same reckless disregard of the Judge Chives, and Messra. F. I. Judges, appointed manner to hold their t tent

of the fact myself.) ) and forty or fitly warriors I lieh valley of the Alabama: end principal: )' of the South which of its bell has no objection to him either personallyor and H. W. Barmrell." once four years.: The Marshals wen tt'l

,put) themselves at any time into the power of that ott t he l li8sissippi Onc-thiid of\ml'riCUI rights many raem- politically, yet he does not vote for him !- The announcement we find in the 'appointed by. the President' also and tho .1 rH
foregoing
the agent, their detention will be justified by burs have previously manifested-which the General officers uf the iiiililia.' The clerics
through narrow his brother
commerce now parses: Iht And assigns to Whigs as an ex- i iI L
Sentinel of hist week. We wonder if those
their and ".- instructions from Nun thmermi !lead I of courts were on the judges for
outrageous impostures duplicit} and the Bahama, Legislatures I dependant
: lrlWCCl Florhl case, that :Mr. 'I'oombsbad entrapped him byI
Should the Seminules! with to chule I of our citizens who are dependant that I office.
S Bowlegs agree The degree security that ,in-ivt' t nc'crue us to anticipate-we care little whether it is upon
) go and the Miccosukies! with Jones refuse, it :
would be good! policy only in respect to the woik in case of a maritime war, must c) cvident ever organized. we we may sa) How much more noble would i have been first time, see mention of a ."Southern Con. paid out of the public; Treasury ofthe United

". hostile, party.): I think it will not be possible I to one. this, in behalf of the people of Florida gene in Mr. Cabell to have united with Mr. Toombs and i States. Such was the government for the the
c-e'J vention
for the agent to obtain from any of the chiefs !j,I Besides, a canal between I the two seas, rally. Certainly in a matter of such moment, in his mainly, bold, and uncompromising sen. ;i" are not consequently entirelyin I people of Ijouisiana, for eight yeas, until Cui- part i

an open agreement to leave, unless the Indians > across Floiida, is a ncces ary complement of wo will not willingly misrepresent them.- that the dark in reference to the purpose ofthe I gress, on the 20th February 1811, authorized It

,. unanimously agree to go ; therefore, as there j the. system defence adopted for the piotec- This we believe would be the sentiment of the timcnts, when that gentleman: assorted proposed body ; and also in relation to (he the free white inhabitants citizens of Ihe U. ff. E" ,

are some grounds to hope) that Bowlegs and I tion! of tine coats of the Atlantic and Gulf of the rights of his constituents were jeopardy ; sentiments ofthe Editor ofthe Sentinel, touching !. within certain boundaries to bold a conventionand dl nth
State
if it
; his party' may consent to remove, piuvidcd !Mexico ; without it the link between these e\'el were known that an entirely that to elect a Speaker without some guaran. the propriety holding the same. is form :Stale Government ; and received .,:

they could! he protected from the hostility! i|. projected and! executed means of defence I unobjectionable man: were to bii cbo8en.nd .- tee that their rights were to be protected, was that do not reaJ that closely I 'them into the Union as a sovereign State, 8th Ly t

10 Miccosukies;\ a suitable provision should i j. these two poitions of tho maritime frontier of .\ as concerns our Representative, thoughwe only to hasten the of their doom that he true we paper very of Apri1812. tel

be made f for that purflo!!!'. the Union would be interrupted; their recip. express in another column our disapproba.tion day ; ; but certainly this is the first intimation SIae of Louisiana was thus ad. and

: to : 1 In the fummerof 1848, an agreement WitS rocal action weakened, and their isolated t cf the Fpirit with which he to have was not anxous to facilitate the p.ssageof the that has met our eyes in its columns, that: a mined, a Territorial government was then organized ly to\\

S made, as Bowlegs says, between himself andS strength exposed to be) paralyzed by the presence seems Wilmot Proviso by the election of a Speaker ? Southern Convention had been called. For by Congress, l tor Missouri (part of the f fromFlorid t
.: Sam Jones( ,by which the Coloosehatchic! River been actuated, we will say we have heard not oiigmal Territory obtained from France,)
the has with
.. of an enemy's fleet stationed in waters Mr. Toombs we rejoice to sec, met weeks after the of citizens of
i meeting
in K. tl r1iiidin .Howlers! and the : condemnation of him for withTt7h great which contained the tion
"lie >" him\ of the l of Havana.: one murmur ( following; provisions: c
Seminoles to HtnucJ reside south ot t that' hay I. i: a h arre8ponse and enthusiastic plaudit from in which
44 I4I lull nn both parties Mississippi, proposed The fixt'cutice' consisted Tolunwere
I PeiiMiCota is unoounieciy i II in5 his fine tutu >lio taucin UdicLim. uf f both Is! of a Cover-
line, aud Jones and the Miecot&ukics to have naval construction, a port of refuge, and a bar- his parly.. We do think he need feel, inbehalf parties and opposing presscin: Ueorgia. this Convention of the Southern: States to nor. appointed by the President and Senate for

.: :' nnd reside north of that line. Bowlegs and her of great impottancc to the operations of a rot ;Many\! hare been grievously: offended at his devise means for their protection and safety, three years. may I
of his constituents
". : most of his band live on and couth of that liver. United States naval force in the gn1f and to any urgent solid- past conduct ; but they arc willing to forget looked ) the columns oldie I,,2nd. The legislature consisted of Q council Ida s]

'. : It is the opinion of some officers of the army I the protection it must t extend lo of tude for an organization, unless prior to it tome that in their admiration of his present course. we anI iousIyo organ I office/ citizen of the United States resident the

: that only Bowlegs and! a few will emi l'Rte'-1 the valleys ofthe Toombeckbee, ) and Mi 8is!. : guarantee: can be secured iu behalf of their ofthe Whi :Mr. Cabell thinks it that he should!
I don't believe a word of this, unless the Government ippi. Hut how much would this force and its i ri-hts. IN t's'r.: commendatory of the proposed assemblages. : and Senate of U. S., to hold their: office am

." -. determined to leave the rennindcr direct action be increased in the defence of I make an apology! to Whig caucus, offer the Yothing ofthe kind have we yet seen. I I l for three years. willpropi c

to the tender mercies of the people of this tho gulf: coast, if this military sation: could l be! The U. S. MarshalBhip of South Flora. lame excuse wIlier! we have above given, for our neighbor has published any thing to that !I 3d. The Jugp., marshals and! clerks all SUUJt

: State. Example is every) thing, and if Dow. supplied directly from the lintel br, and pre.' The f larks we made last week in regardto ., withholding his vote from a Wilmot Proiisoi&t. effect we shall rejoice to lear it ; for\n' feel holding just ns they did in Louisiana.i !
legs and a few can.be induced to start, num. serve a free communication with the ports of Mr. U. S. Marshtl of i the whole ol"government tt(
Maloney, South Florida He will timid that the people of Florida the liveliest interest in the manifestation of expenses paid
lIen will follow. J shall look the vol. .
t maJfsinrej
upon the Atlantic, and principally: with the great i lout ofthe Treasury ofthe Umted States.
untary emigration of even one single Indian depots upon the waters of the Chesapeake by were based upon the letter to Senator will require an excuse and apology to tur unity of sentiment in the Sou h as to all that This government continued with little

family, as;a cure indication of the ultimate complete means of tho great lino naviga'ion: which Morton, and a piivatc letter from a gentleman for this apology and excuse to the Whig cau- pertains to our common safety and common change uutitho free while inhabitants, citizens Prldent

success of the measure.: And as the (forms the girdle ofthe maritime coasts of the of high standing at Key West, whose name cus.' rights. of tbl Unittd States were authorized by \

policy of treating the Indians as friends, ra. United States has been ted with the editors, and will be COIfres Glh March_ u____ 1320.- __. to-- _form_____ a_ _Stat__.,_. grcs.appn.-
ther than enemies which have Congress and the Florida Indiana. If however that paper, generally so well
as they richlydeserved 44The Florida canal would in fact, become communicated at a time to friendcf constitution, and Missouri was admitted a
has been adopted, no means should a defensive line across the peninsula, (the in. proper any Yc learn from the communication of our posted up, has inadvertently overlooked this sovereign State ofthe Union the 2d March the n

be left untried to increase its! success. It will flucnce of which would bcs particularly feftbyth.tsjoiesofinsutmountablcb ( ; Mr.J Maloney.J We had no 4design" of Tampa correcpondent( who is usually well in. natter, we beg that we may not bo considered 1821.It 0 tothias

j soon be perceived, if not already, that: theme r 'cr which personally injuring that gentleman-to us be is examine the Territorial vi
; ; formed in relation to what he writes, that if officious in calling it to its attention. It is no necessary to
,, are at least Iwo distinct bands to be dealt with. it would( oppose to tine enemy. In short, the is a stranger, know n only by sight. Our de. for the consideration and governments provided for Arkansas, Iowa giveireact
the 1 Indians refuse to emigrate, lhat no a.ldi.tional certainly a subject
Neither possess the same characteristics as I immediate result of openining this canal sign" was higher than the petty one the Scn. and Wisconsin all included in the original W
Indians, alike towards measures of coercion are to be undertaken action of tho people of this State. Tlio Convention .
nor arc disposed of this
tl'Y would to lla ten the settlement por. It Territoiy of Louisiana, especially as there
': the whites, but no they have great simi. lion) of t.the repulic, which unti now has re- tine suspecu" us guilty of was: there until//Ac if hole subject has been submitted is to meet, we believe, in June. This were few or no citizens of France resident in thur t|

": larily of sentiment on the subject of emigra. maincd with a scattered sparse pop'ilalalion. '' be truth in the allegations, of which we haveno to Congress! \e need only say that such a State should be, and wo doubt not, will be,- these regions, at the time of cession. igratrconci

::, tion. Bowlegs slat 11 to me, on the occasion New white settlers would be attracted doubt, to contribute our mite towards preventing determination en the part of the authorities at fully represented in that body. The delegates! We come now to Florida. The treaty ce.ding .
above mentioned, that he had told Jones at I the there 1 by the advantages ofthe climttc: his confirmation by the Senate ; and this Territory to ihe United States was bulalHis
after all that has been should be taken equally from both parties.But .-
., lime of the division of the country, he had succeed in the Washington, promised, ratified
and lands and thus- opposing we would do this, under like circumstances, by Spain 21th October 1820-and
a beard the Miccobukies had killed cattle-he fmniJahl. barrier civilization to all those whether Mr. Maloney or Mr. else will IJe met in Florida with equal surprise and the mode of their appointment, as well i: possession fully)' rendered before the 24th of

did not know whether! this was true or false- which may be feared Anybody dissatisfaction. Congress, made up as it i is, as their number, is matter for discussion and AprilS21.

I but in case they got into difficulty with the in the present condition of the peninsula. was the paity to be rfiected by our course :- by a large majority whose feelings are any consideration. Some plan should be adoptedby change of flag* until the 30th of

whites, he would not help them in any way.Thib A railroad such as has been proposed, up. and we apprehend that the authors of the letler thing hut kind towards the people of Florida, which the wisest heads and truest hearts March 1922, the whole power executive and

a statement does not tally well with his on the same line that had been selected for a to Senator Morton wcr governed by the : legislative, was in the hands oldie Governor,

recent conduct, but should he adhere in the canal, might to a certain extent replace it, same principle. We are not aware that thereis inflamed, as i doubtlpss will be, by the appeals may be secured for the responsible service. (GtI'I.! Jackson,) appointed by the President. K

: main to his dcteimination then expressed, for all the conveniences of those inhabitingthe that about Mr. Maloney individually which Abolitionists, who have always tl.kel: We have said that Florida will doubtless be Congress then provided by law for organizinga resin'

I there will bo ground to believe it possible he borders of the r 'er; but to attain thereat every means of showing their sympathy with represented in the proposed bO 1'r e infer I Territorial Government. The of tl
knew nothing of the determination of.the In. national object, in a commercial and makes it a matter of the least importance to this from the fact that the conferred Eecutit who in
the Indians, and hostility and hatred to the matters there to be authority was on a Goveror, ot
'\ dians in respect to the depredations of July : ( canal the\ Democracy of this State whether he be '
point of view, a large can a. to be of the United
strategic discussed vital was a appointed :
Floridians : Congress, we say, is precisely the are of importance to her ; and 'cliel Siaes. bimat\
evident that
otherwise ito!. It is Bowlegs1 lone satisfy it. or be not in cxitencWe have; yet to learn by nt, with the advice and
: looks bis interests in Florida distinct body which we wish to have nothing to do from the further fact that in the Resolutions ..
desirable to induce
upon a Besides, if it bo a that he has such a vast deal of consequencewith consent of the Senate, to hold his office for

0 ''.\' from' those of Jones, and a determination by I population to settle on the Peninsula, it is ne. the people of South Florida, as to renderit with ihis matter. Submit the subject to Con. unanimously! adopted by her legislature last three years, unless removed by the I'resident.The cone

.r : the government to deal with Bowlegs us the cefesary to adopt a plan to drain these immense gress Yes, and the result will be that month winter, on the subject slavery, mention is legislative power was conferred on thir. anjtht,

., ', 'S. principal chief will have a bad effect. So far marshes that nhsor. the richest and the great. necessary to injure" him designedly.: The after month will elapc, and nothing be done : made of such i Conention-the first time, teen fit and discrete persons ,' citizens oftte
ai the Indians were successful in retaining est portion State, and especially that opposition is directed against his confirmation United resident in said bib
; in the meantime will remain we believe, in which the matter '. Slafes. Territory appointed -
was
their position in Florida, their operations were toward the southern extremity of the pen. by the Senate, and made alone on the ground emigration: sus. i an) byt the President, with the, YOlaof.

'" :1' conducted by the counsel 1 of Jones, and How- ineula. This result cannot be arrived at ex. [ principle.. He has avowed his intention, pended, settlers will continue in banishment where brought forward by Legislative action. advice and! consent of the Senate. The J

_) 4. : legs, although the hereditary chief by con. cept by cutting canals: and ditches, to be BO in the bestowal of the patronage attached to from their homes, and the interests of the pen. CKOPS l:TExas.-The Galveston Civilian Judges, district attorneys, marshalls, &c., all whllIajle
remain in Florida
: seating to follow. connected to unite the stagnant waters ruinVe .
as insula be left to go to venture the appointed in like manner : and trI whole paid
ere only, dwindled at once among the Indians I into one channel, thence to be carried to the his office, to exclude a species of labor heretofore that if this matter is left entirely iu of the ?tb inst. says : ; by the General Government. me l

I'I into an inferior chat, act er. The individual sea. employed by his predecessors in office, prediction Wo learn from a gentleman now in this I On the 3J March 1823. passed! tbeITLF.3 l
: of neither of these chiefs is looked I the the hands of Congress, nothing will be done city from Eastern Texas that the Congress
authority 4To all these considerations, showing and this intention has been carried out to the cotton crop ancther organic law for the cf 10Vabl.
,: by the Indians as absolute, yet a good another for towards the removal of the throughout the eastern counties has government
the Florida savages
upon of can years proveda
I urgency cutting a letter. And this exclusion of labor Florida, in which the principal changes, are,, .
: :: deal of deference is paid to their advice. I is to be added! which draws its importance very sla\'C so far as Congress is concerned. But that, in greater failure than has been known before 1, on the Governor a veto
has been done in such conferring power
,' would seem, thenthat Howlegs and his par. American nation will here. a manner as to lead to for the past ten or fifteen years. It is believ. .
from
thcpaitthc: that event, they will be removed or cxtcrmin. on the acts of the legislative council, 2, requiring meal
.1 ticular followers should show an inclination to after have to take in the struggle' that the two the unavoidable conclusion that the gentleman ated by the of (this State at no distant ed that it will not exceed the one fourth of an : months' residence to render citizens pout

". accede to the measures of government, and worlds' will be engaged in The commerceof is not a fit and proper person to bo the reci. people average crop. The failure on Red river has of si U. S. eligible as members of th3 ., i k '
Jones and the Miccosukies should not, he be of tine day, wo believe to be equally certain. We been almost total, in ofthe
: the Indies must necessarily: one pient of an office in a Southern State. His consequence over. legislative council, and 3, making some changes gaze
'. 1t t Ii t should be furnished with an opportunity of do. objects of that trug )e. To insure the ad. threat to compel the Collector at West find consolation in this fact, that whatever maybe flow which swept all the plantations leavingno in the Judicial department, but without F
Key ,
) Ing to, free from the surviellance of the protestIng vanta 'esofthis trade, paweiful. rivalries. ..! atestriving the course of the authorities at Washing cotton worth picking. Sometimes twentyor the smallest concession to the inhabitants of re"",
(Judge Douglass: ,) to
course parallel
.: -3 party. construct far their individual proiitthe pursue 0 thirty bales have peen gathered where
to '
ton the people of Florida, in the last extreme the of the right self-government, tnre
Territory
'It I It hat always been my opinion, and 1 have great canal between tho two seas, nearthe with his own, (which we have the assuranceof there should have been two hundred or three !I to select those who.made or ad. the s

t, : t on all occasions in my communications per. isthmus of Panama. From the very day that a gentleman at Key West on terms of in. ity, are fully able to take care of themselves.Wo hundred bales. The lower tier counties along ur.aYlo ministered. their: laws. *t" been

J t eons in authority so expressed it, that Char Havana already so wonder. sincerely trust either that our correspon. the Gulf coast towards'the west have also '
this canal is cut, timacy with Judge D., and who is not a man This continued to be exercjd! log I
: I, f lotto Harbor was the proper position for the fully situated in its relations with the Antilles, to assert any thing of this character without dent may be mistaken, or else th'at the Indians suffered,yielding only from one-third to onebalfofan not by the government people Florida, but by people gresotie

Indian traders and agency. This position was the two Americas, and tho rest of the world, all consent to emigrate. The accounts I average crop. Higher up the country of the U States, acting through Congress
I l. satisfactory! to both chiefs., At this moment I become the midway station between Eu. the best of authority for so doing) not only from wi the peninsula all in high i on the Brazos, and west of the Brazos the and appointing lied all the takir

:, consider.the establishment of a poet there of wi and the East Indies. The nation that strengthens the inferences to be drawn from agree commen. crops are said to be neariy about an average. and ofcersihrougl t that
-President Senate
1 ,
t ,>: \ the utmost importance, as a house of rope dation of the activity, vigilance, and wicdom The of this State is
refugo"
modern mast tlc rather
Carthage sugar
.. then possesses this misconduct in reference to ) distribution of crop yet 1826, when Congress, for the first time, authorized not 1
;!; \ such Indians consider It their inter.C6t of the displayed by General Twiggs in Ihe uncertain. Many of late
lo may dictate th<* law over the commerce two his own patronage, ,but confirms them. Andwe arrange. our planters are in the people of the Territory ,'vihilcpcr- Was
r to yield to government. Such an Cbtab.libhmcnt oceans, and paralyze: the immense trade of ments which he has made.. Surely all his grinding, in consequence of the delays and citizens the United Slates over 21 JUliOr
$ again, if these things be so, Mr. Ma. ef sons, of
j say
enable
would and his
Bowleg people Even New, Orleans, that heavy expenses tho commencementin I
the Americans. forts will not be rendered useless and futile attending of to elect the'legisla.
I ,
memher'to
for removal without ought not to be confirmed in his office. this business. years age
An frost
to prepare interrup.lion brightstar ofthe West, with all the advan. loney early will probably live council and'in> 1829 conferred on them cc e d
be
successful
from the Miccoeukics, of whom many of IngtRof its magnificent river, may possibly Il is,very clear that there considerable feel now that they promise to by the reduce the amount of Texas sugar below the further elect their, county and militia E.eis

$ BowJegs people stand in great fear. Among bo subject to the law of the most powerful!, if: ing at Key West on the subject. The fact of folly of the Administration. average yield. The quality is better than has officers.powerto Executive and Judicial fcer't th

t J this portion of the Indians, there are not many it be not son supplied with the means of his secretly gelling up a paper, and. circula. Payment of the Volunteers. ever before been made. were'still'appointed by t the President,. & doLa

eitllejInogs! or horses.be What for few and they the have, maintaining the struggle by the prompt exe. ting among nobody; knows whom,'for the un.. We publish to.day without comment.for Col. M'Cleltand has been appointed legislative' authority remained subject to, theGovernor's
q eyVould, eXJcc to paid gov. cution of the, Florida canal, and conces. i as and all their acts liable to be
#J I t ratol i! would. not be likely to pay for stuck I slon of cert an local advantages, such as the doubted purpose of creating the impression at the present, letters from Hon. E. C. Cabell Commissioner lo run and,mark the boundary annulled veto, .
by Congress.
." kmjesi; it '\'a; gathered. Tho fact', too, in case creation of a liberal warehousing fcystem.: Wa&hingtQn-tbat hi*course has b approved, and'Mr.. Secretary Crawford, in relation toUio line, under the provisoins of the treaty with From this review that, t the necessity thaiS
fUrifir lhat t'At such tho In. i of the Mexico, in the place of Co Fremont, who declined i alpear
: ; :.f \hostility I post shows conclusively the impression prevailingthere. payment volunteers ; the.former is of the case required that Congress should % any
I iho .
- diane exbausfcd by,reverses or hunger, would Among the marriages intended, iu Boston, ; >tho Jacksonville office.-Washinqton Corrcspon 'anTioititute 'laws t to
that this takenJTrom Republican tho ,
Neither is true is ,
organiza
outcry a government
dence the
Lord. I of Charleston
0 Courier ,
'<1' .dtltrcIeytc' aDa broad, would hare a is that of Mr Joy, to Mercy I i im t,

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} Bocipty, protect the rights of persons From the Jacksonville Republican. PUb19 Me ng.t Valuable.'PlantaUon' for Sale; Madison Male Academy. Sale of City Lots ondothecltflgtfw Tlr j j i. I

and property, and punisli crimes in these Tor- Letter from Hon. E. C, Cabell. TE offer for sale that -most valuable tract of land I this Institution wilt be rermed order of his hauor,Tbomaa Baltzellf ? ,j,1.

I riTorics after they (Jcamo property oftbe Mouse of Reprcscntaliccs, ) \ a meeting of citizensm Tallahassee, ':V belonging to (he estate of L II. Branch de-! THEexercfSMof MONDAY OF JANUARY BY Mid,.le Circuit sitting ift ChI11CfrJiil\a" .

\ United Slates, .but that neither the citizens oJ December 6th 1819. j ceased, lyioc on Lake lamnnia. about twelve miles NEXT, ,under I the superintendence and direction for the Circuit Court of Leon Count1.'lhe1'fut.e f,

the French ; nor the subjects' of Spain,, letter, friendly to the establishment! of a Common North of Tallahassee containing 000 acres, more or of Mr. B. Z. GAULDEN,late graduate of ColombiaCwllege. will ofFer at public ale.within, legal bevy,.bttOfer ..: ..
l pultc. Dear Sir In to of the '
tho right of choosfn : reply your School, held at the Court House, on' Wednesday I less. This is one of the most beautiful plantations From a knowledga of Mr. Gaulden's capacity the Court House door,in the city of Tallahassee.ori ; ? .
rcidcnt ( ( November, I have the pleasure to say' that I in Ih.County of Leon. The land lies exceedingly as a Teacher,derived from experience and trial t the First Jlottday in January nestt Uw following',, ;..'

\ iliono who were to administer any depar. : have lillle doubt but that justice will be done December 26lb, 1849, Captain R. A. level l. and in point ,of fertility' is most of the first during the quarter of the present year jtut closing real .slate..iz* t, 'J .',

tneiJ of the gornmtnt Indeed they tothe Volunteers lately called into the field I SHINE was called to the Chair, and II. R.W. class. as well as from the most ample and satisfactory testimonials 500 acre*of land.more or lem.briBj i alhfSectioafive.
riot even eligHilo to (ill any of these officos. I Gov. Io Though the President and There are alxmt 460 acres cleared and a first rate of former success, Ih6 Trmtees ot this (:) in Township one (I) South and RR e ona-'
"rr. until they had become citizens by &elel' ANDREWS acted us Secretary. Screw and a large and newly finished framed Gin Academy unhesitatingly recommend if to the con (1) F.asle1ct'pttbeEastbalr. theN quarter* 5MJ *s :
regularly Secretary of War believed that the services The object of tho meeting being explained, lotj] ot tho} United Slates.Tto Volunteers were not lequirrd to suppressthe 1JavimigifIrLt.: 'bouUwo niles on Lake lamoula sirous of placing those under their charge in a ; East half of i S fiqr ofSecon..(I) end EastbaJTof

. theory tlirn: that the right to abolish late Indian difficulties, nor to protect our the fallowing resolution was read. aud unanimously it'setruiea the finest t range for hogs cattle, and tion offering lndoc' ncnf' of hcalthfulne of( Toe3-I N Dqr of Sec twclrc. ((1?) hi Township one(IV

fslavery, under a Territojial t government, be.j:1rzo frontier settlements, I am-assured that there i Is adopted : stock, of every kind It is one of the healthiest and tion and high moral and intellectual culture inferior South. Range seven (1) Ka. t. Tbe W .f half oft,?:: .
the of the when most desirable neighborhoods i in the State and within to noctber in the Southern country. Students' may Wqr of Sec six.(6) a-.d Wrst half ol, N ?V qunrttrSecwvea. .
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: people "errioris. no dhposition to withhold! payment from the Resolved, That the Infendant cf this city a mile of a most excellent school. I. be prepared at this Academy enter any College in ((7) ia Township one (I) South. Ranga-. ,

ought to tho t s of ( practice and cx. men who took the ,field at the invitation and 'be, and.he hereby, respectfully requested to Altogether situation of this tract ofland, and the United States, eight tS) East -

perinc i without prrctlent anJ therefore Jon the requisition of the Governor our State.! the character of its soil, render it ono of the most The strictest attention will be paid to the moral 6'Jacre., more or less, adjoinaTathhaasee} oit' .

ent'relv new. The pell! Lolisill! and j[r Congress will, I nm sure, make an instruct the. Inspectors appointed to superintend dt'irable in the State. deportment of the students,both by Ihe Trustees andthe the Soalh-weM.!

Missouri never were permitted to choose their them for the lime nppropnl1.tion the Charter Election on the fin Monday Term :-A reasonable credit will be given, upon Teacher. The Academy i.. I"catl'dTilhin thimnedate Also ten ((101) nnimprovril in the city of T.llahasiee.m ,,*,
to
pay they were in ser good security being given Good titles will I be made. i vicinity of the village of Madi-wn CourtHouse : No 173. in old plan ; Nos &JJ.U.2;fc ,
representatives or exerclee the smallest powers vice. I hall introduce a bill for this purpose in January next, to ask of each voter, as he r JOSEPH BRANCH, in or near which good boarding may be obtained 2t;,and 33. in the j\orl\ half of the County qua,-_'

ofmkinn laws, for the first eight years, or as soon as the House is organized, and I would hall hand in his ticket, the following question : JAMES II. BRANCH, on most reasonable term The scholastic ic r ,* and lots Nos 9, 1Y, O. and 31. in the S m/Av}.
until Conga authorized\ >em to go into aduse the Volunteers not to sacrifice their Administrators of L. H. Branch. year will be divided into two cessions of five month .'dilion. Also three [1] unimproved lots in tbeYsrth -*:,1
convention to form their State claims. Let the Are you, or no!, in faror of the establish. December 9,15-1' 51Notice. each. The first session to commence en Ihe second .Iddition being No* 115,,137, and 154-{*, ,
o"ernmnll.And little which is due
money to men!, by the rily Monday) in Januaryand end before the second Monday moiety of. these three lots b belonging RobertVW. .
the people of Florida! remained equally! them go into their own pockets, and not intothe government, of a Public in June. The second to commence on the second Williams, v'!Ko will unie! in their sale rOT partition'.jf:

p.. powerless! a to maMng laws: for more than hands of speculators upon their necessities. Sltooll" and, having received his answer, to MEETING of the Stockholders of the Union Monday in July and end on Friday before Ihe The above property\ Is sold as the estate of I.:hatn

II live years. and nfierwards their laws were subject enter a corresponding check against his name A Hank of Florida will be held at the Banking second Monday in December, thus fllowinga a short G. Searcv. deceased, for partition and diatributioh,

to l he annulled hy Congress. In fact their I that Hnu-e in the city of Tallahassee. on the first Monday vacation' at the end of eachw ion Students' will among the heir. ,
municipal exceedingly regret many persons in an the poll list t, in columns headed School" ; in February next for I he election of Directors to be required to pay ualf the tuition for .1 session in.. The terms of sale are, one fifth of the pl1rCb3ser:1oney *.
J aulLoriij! to legislate was purely Floiiila! should have suffered their political associations and No School l," and make due return of the said Bank. I). L. RUTGERS Cashier. advance, and Ihe balance at the end of the Icsl on. in Cash the remainder in four equal annual >
not arising from any inherent poveieipn right : to affect their feelings and actions December CO, t819't initatments,bearing interest at six per cent.payable
4 in the people of the Ttrrlor. but solety derived i in regard to the late unfortunate outrages number of such votes fur a school and against ewpwana.. RATES OF TUITION. annually in advance, secured in separate ob1i ljon'.-
perpetrated
fiom their laws es t the and that the Intcndaut Ortbogrophy, Reading, and Penmanship, per I If payment of any instalment be delayed it fhall" "
by the Indians, and to the conduct of same ; be requestto Receipts of CottonAt session, $s 00; bear interest at eight'per cent ntil paid : and I hamt

tablhhingtLieir government. our State and National functionaries connect. t proclaim the result. the Rail Road Depot for the week ending on Arithmetic Geography. English Grammar C"- may in its discretion orders resale, at thori '.

It will hardly be contended that the mono cd therewith. With the informal ion communicated Also the Friday, December 2Sth : History, Composition, and Elocution, 12 00 ->k of the purchaser, upon any default cf payment--

grel population of California or New Mexico, to Gov. Moseley, he would have been following : rates Cotton Orlllaha..e. AI ebra,Geornclry* Plain andSpherical Trig- giv'ni CO dav" notice. Purchaser to par for tills "
better to exercise the higher Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting onometrv Mensuration of Surface, do uf de'd BEN!. \VInTNER., ,.
are any prepared derelict of his duly had he not promptly ordered Dec. 29. 1St!. Conic
Solids Surveying, Sections
Navigation 47 Master in
December 1. 1949. Chancery.:
attributes of self-government, or should be a military force to protect our citizens, i be published in the city' papers. : -- Diffcrentidl' and integral Calcubs, -"f

clothed wilh} any greater powers in t this respect, whose lives and property were in danger. It And thereupon the meeting adjourned. Guard against disease of the Blood, Natural and Moral Philosopy Astronomy Plantation for Rent.

than were conferred upon the intelligent popu- may be that this force should have been composed R. A. SHINE, Chairman. If yfu luou'd tcit\ to avoid all its attendant toil Chemistry, Botany. Mineralogy Geology, .! subscriber will let for the ensuing! : year M1'
Jation Louisiana and Florida. And any of the of action consequence, such as Rhetoric, Logic Elements i-f Criticism' T PLANTATION near the Ocilla River, adjoin .
concession of such would' be a bare- men near scene as the II. R. "'. ANDBCWS, Secretary. Consumption, Cancerous Habit Liver Obstructions, Natural Theology, Evidences of Christianity ,i- i in; that of John George .Anderson. Esq., in Jefier- '{
power act of the Legislature seems to have contemplated and Political '
Economy, l Ir.OOi(
Uninary Trouble, &c. 1 SM>IJ County. There are about 175 acres ot welL .
laced attempt, in this insidious manner, to but that it was his to The Ancient Languages, 20 00 ?
; duty embody, Tilt iajjh for Charleston If in'we1l known fact, ctabtishtd by the ablest cleared hammock land under fence, all of excellent
strike( at the equal rights of the people the with the greatest despatch, a competent forceto JUtrcvry. Physician, that Disease or Impure Blend H ,the R. W. PARRAMORE President. uality and not much worn with a toad Gin House

Southern Slates' to settle upon and occupy give security to our citizens, who seemed toe NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 21. source of 'Ihe ino.t wasting and lile-de-troy' Complaitnts W. A. Cotton Screw and suitable Dwelling House for
Territory acqui' ted by the expenditure of blood that humanity is-ubject to. This / BRINSON.l O v.'rseer and Negroes.
band in imminent peril, there cannot, I think, The Cotton market impurity J. BUNTING
was active yesterday, it For terms, apply to 'the subscriber, or to bu over. ,
treasure by them in common with the may be hereditary or may be rerei tt'd through THOIAS.rUt f ee9
be a difference of Whether he S. B.
opinion. and the sales amounted to 8000 bales without various abuses of the system inattention lo general eec at the Belmont plantation. f
people of other'Stales.If should have continued the State troop in the change fn The health, &c. D. U. MAYS,, THOMAS RANDALU LTallaha ,:I"l
those who inhabited these Territories at prices. quotation for Fair, December 27, ISt 19. 50 December 8 19-19. 43 3t **
f field after the arrival of the troops of the U. i is 10 i.: The distinguished Dr. Thatcher, of Plymouth, 'ee, 7 ,. .
the time of their acquisition, are, according to S. and the notification that the Volunteers thuH '
We have California! dates to the 15th No. t writes on this subject :- The Quiney Male and Female For Rent
all former precedent, not to be entrusted with would not be received into the service of the /
How! disease be to skill
vernber by a from can hoped yield to any ,
brig The
Chagres. election ACADEMY Dwelling House at occupied-
present
the functions of a mere territorial government, 1 U. S., is another question. while the blood-current courses through the veins ? TilE
l on the 13tli passed off quietly.' Burnett TiLL MONDAY, 7 flit! Mrs. P. A Hay ward.; The Hou r;
on January 151St)
re-open .
until of have l loaded with impurity ?, Sent to the cellular ,
MI
membranes
by pupillage -
a many years, ihey But Governor I j_ _
Moseley's justification by no V i' it and commodious. There is :
i U probably elected Governor. In the San t (if the lungs it gains no healthy vitality' and This Institution has, for the last five years, new a good
become imbued with the "
sufficiently principles involves condemnation of Cistern the ,ami Stable. P sessio3 <
means a the President Francisco district' the Democrats leaves l this delicate membrane of our insidiously been under the superintendence of the subscribtr on premi-'! a ,
were tri'Jin- system only
nnd spit ii ofour constitution, and form of Gov. and Secretary of War. They had information hant. The Aha California affected with ils impure touch, end hen and its continued and increasing prospe/ify during giv'non the firs of January. -

ernmant, how absurd is it to countenance the which the Governor of our State had p says that T. re-cources i itelf! again till Consumption comes forth t this period is a sufficient guarantee of its permanency Dpcetrber I. 1S-oJ!. 47 4t.....

irect ofiheir creating themselves into anIndependent : not, and which satisfied them that there was Butler King will be undoubtedly! defeated asa dcandidate t'lop-d in all its alarming and devastating' consequences. ,andof theestiinationinwhich' it is held) 'the In Equity.---Jefferson Circuit Courts'* "
for United .
States Senator. A ." community. During the scholastic' year which ha .
'. When the
Slat; election -
( was no danger of a war or general outbreak on Pry ht a'y'otc was given for the proposedCunslitution To check this foul destroyer of mankind, and to j just closed, it has numbered six teachers and one Executor of J. In Williams Lea
held in California last summer fur members the part of the Scmiuoles.! I believed they and its cleanse the blocd .thoroughly, this powerful alterative hundred and loity-one students. More than $IOtXJ vs.
to the convention we are tolJ that out of a were mistaken, and so advised them, but the adoption' was considered oi Dr. Corbett with confidence given to the have been expended in the purchase of Apparatus J. R- Cannon and others. -
certain.!
population of 40.000, not more than 10.000) j result ha* proved that their information The rainy season had corn. publicfjCJrtt- a Library, Chemicals, &c. for t the use of the school. ALL persons having claims against the estate of
was menced. Williams Lea late of Wakulla
will cure Consumption' the Blood !, Surveying is taught with the chain and compass County
, from the U. States and not : -purily
\\ercciiiigrants a more reliable than ours-that they were right -clean away all Cancerous Habit !remove all Urinary Students in Geology and Minctalo y have access to deceased, are hereby notified to present the same before -
tenth of these contemplating a permanent tettleiiKMit. and we mistaken. From the Fedtral Union.Col. .' gr'avatioTirelle'e I Constipation of the an extensive cabinet of minerals containing specimens me, at Ihe Cotirt HoDse in Tall bas3Pe. on or

But we may pursue this subject on Information recently received at the War I HOvelhfo..1! all Scrofulous Affections, and eradicate 'rorn various rarts of the world. Thi!e fondof before the 15th of J.muary.1S50. with evidence to
fume future urruion. \'. Department the hope that the Indians Joseph \\ .Jac fjoll. the imbibed taint !-thus giving freshness and I f reading, have the advantage of a well selected I establish the same, as I shall then proceed to report
encourages Library, containing, other valuable works, upon the claims against said estate the ,validity _
It will be seen I by the following, that this heallhfulness to the blood and securing to the among
Letter from the fcc-c-rtriary of n nr. may yet be removed from Florida without t tcm the fullest hejlth. SYS' most of the standard author in history. The clashes 4 amount,and priority if ala!, of each claim, in order '-
WAS DurAUTMENT bloodshed. God grant it may be so.- gentleman has been nominated to supply the i in Natural Philosophy and Chemistry' are admitt.d to a full and final distribution of the remaining :as- >

Should this object be attained, our fond wishes i place of{ )1 lr. King. We need just such men Fur f>g-bale EDWD.them BRINLEY in & CO., Sole Proprietors. to the manipulations' of the laboratory, and allowed I sefq' of the estate upon the coming in of the report-

Washington, December 14, 1849. will! have been without i in Congress at this crisis. Co!. Jackson is by in any quantity and by their appointed to experiment for themselves, user: ,the direction I By order of the Court. "
accomplished, an Agents the United Stairs and Canadas.
of the teacher. No similar Institution in the BE. J. F. WHITNER
South
SIR-Yours of the 20th ultimo addressed to every inch a SOUlhern gentleman. Withal I 4
unnecessary expenditure of public L LEWIS & AMES affords Master in
money ; greater advantages to students' of either sex, Chancery.
the President, has been submitted to this Department and Administration will be. entitled to the none) excel him in purity' character, in cool Sole Agents for Tallahassee. fur acquiring a thorough academical education Dfceir.ber 15, IS-t!. 49 Sentinel copy.

: for an answer. gratitude of the people of Florida. I cannot, deliberation, in unyielding firmness, and fervid -- -------- Competent and fail'hful Teachers are employed in the f

Its main purpose: is to invoke the aid of the however, repress a feeling of deep solicitude i devotion to the Union-that Union formedby Masonic Notice. several Departments, and no exertions will be wanting Turk's Island Salt.

Executive in bavingihe State of Florida in. fathers. should all i to rend llhe Institution' worthy of a continuance BUSHELS for sate by _
lest l the expectation of the Government our Why not party :}- The Grand Annual Communication of the 500 '

demnUied fur th( expenses incurred by the i be disappointed, and shall at an early day may introduce i l lines now J>e sundered and Georgia be honored Grand Lpdge of Florida will be held in the Masonic of Boardincluding the liberal patronage washing it, has may hitherto be obtained' received, eilht'r- DecemberS,1S30. 434vProSlavery BON & HIGGS1 ,'''':
I
threatened incursions of the Indians, einccdby a bill to authorize the President to i in having Col. Jackson to represent her in Hall, ia I he city' of Tallahassee,on Monday, the 14th with the teachers or in several respt-ctabl families: ,

their acts violence and outrage committed call into service a volunteer force, to give our t this hour of her peril ? day of January 1550.' Officers: and Representativesof in the town at prices varying from $7 to $10 Moles !

during the past summer on Indian River frontier citizens Subordinate' thereof will take notice and month.' For further particulars, see printed cala.1
a greater feeling of security. TO TIll ELECTORS OP THE FIRST CONCHESEIONAL Lodges undersigned beieby no--
l logue, which may be obtained by application to THE
and Pease Creek. Without assenting entireJy Should, however, the favorable intelligencenow DISTRICT. govern themselves accordingly. A full representation N. 11 STEWART Principal. ;,-.-' 'S his iriends in Leon '
J to the inferences of your Excellency, deduced received confirmed there Tie frcra the Subordinate i is December IS. 1549. j' JetJerson and Madison Coun-
by will no t Lodges particularly de Quincy 49 4t
The of,the Hon. Thorrns ties.that he will
from the events that have occurred in rcfcignalieii: Butler 4't be In noriC' ,
past probability, as there will be no necessity, for h King of his seat in the Congress of the sired. J. B. TAYLOR, I. about the'first day oi January -
Florida the of the .
or admitting necessity action the, passage of such a bill. : Grand Secretary G. L. Fla. DaguerreotypeMiniatures.. : :9.io.wilh 19tM1Iixtyor'eft'nly -
United Slates leaves _
in you unrepresented in .. -. -. --
jourptedecessor calling forth this --- MULES.
lie
will visit
volunteer force, still it is considered that there I Statetmdsxrrcral I am surpi ised that ufll.e"the hte Governor shoulj of our tL.iL 15ory! anti w" Lave fall it o-r t7tj, und -f -In' oiI1on with the above, (he unJerslgnedCommittt'e I J. 31. SPAUllDIXG' .- all theaboveCourmtjegandgjyerhis

were prOualileTgrounds ofapprehensfon, whichmay have conceived the idea public that when prints the Secretary j (existing circumstances, not only to apprise appointed for that purpose by Jackson II WOULD. respectfully give notice to the Ladies friends an oppottuail' for teak ins eood bar<*3ins.
of the fact, but to offer to as a caudu : of Tallahassee and vicinity, JOHN W. TOMPKINS. '
have required that the Executive of Flor. you you Lodge, No. 1, announce to the Fraternity throughout I
of War expressed that the Governor that he has taken in December
regret d ate to fill the the lion. JOSEPH t rooms Blake's Building, over 1,1819.) 47 4t
ida should' have interposed a military force for should have called out a volunteer vacancy \ the Stale, that on the Thursday following the meeting Messrs. Bull & Pratorius* Store where he wil. stop ...

tbe protection of its frontier. Therefore, in force," that he thereby designed, or did, in JACKSON.Of i of the Grand Lodge there will be a procession, a short time, and solicits the attention and patronage Tax Collector's Sale.BY .

accordance to the iews of the President, I fact, "ofler an indignity to our State," or to the capacity of the person thus presented and public installation! of officers of theGrand Lodge,, of those who would like likeness of themselves virtue of the authority vested' In me by law, I

am directed to say, that at an early day lie its i Executive Chief I t to you, (to [perform the duties of this high h office, and an address! by Brother R. B. HILTON, followedby I and friends. have Ie,led upon. and will expose for sale be-'*:
Magistrate. am sure Miniatures executed in all \ alf'er.
will invite the attention of none may: deny. Born beneath a Southern fare the Court House door. in Madison on the first -
Congress to this refreshments! suitable Ihe
to occasion.Ve
that such far from cordially Ladies and gentlemen are invited to call and
a purpose was influencing examine Monday in June next, the described
following lands
reared amid the
institutions: of
EUD ,
subject, and recommend that a reasonable ap. the language or action of the Secretary. I our invite the Brethren of sister Lodges in the his specimensDecember orso much thereof as will satisfy the Taxes du; .
-
propriation be made which will indemnify I addressed a communication to Mr. Crawford, l loved country and familiar with her wants, Le'l State' and adjoining Counties of Georgia, to come t 1519. 49 tfTeacher's thereon for the year 1S49, to wit :
views and her wishes could have
State of Florida for necessary expendituresmade i in which I expressed my "regret" that he declined you no up in the spirit of Masonry, and unite with us in TheNEJSccll.Tl.R6.NandE; theSWi -
er, or truer sentinel on in this Situation Wanted. Sec6.TlR 7, N and :
for the military defence of the frontier, receiving the Volunteers ordered into your ramparts; the celtbration' and partake of the hospitalities of belonging to George A.
h hour danger and of trouble. No YOUNG GENTLEMAN from Mclntvre.. .
since the outbreaks to which I have alluded. man can Virginia who '
the field by Governor Moseley but it t Ihe Brethren Jackson Lodge without any further A JOHN H. P A
never fail to see the dark clould that obscures ourpolitical has been intimately connected with three different TTERSOX, _
Preliminary to this of the Presi. .
Message entered into and I formal invitation. and has Ta. Collector for Madison Connt '
my imagination, presume Colleges, some experience in teaching / .
.
dent horizon, and no one can shut his .'
and fur the December -
information of Congress 1, IS 19. 47 Cm
necessary l would be to obtain situation
never occurred to Mr. Crawfird, that an in. n. A. sitixi, CIIAS. r. DYK0 pleased a as Principal <
in to the amount which be ears to the thunder that announces the coming of tutor in '
an Academy
or
respect a in
private
may family,
offered him. Tho letter J. GEBJIANV :
dignity was thereby to B. TAVLO2, WM. ,
appropriated, I request that you will forward storm. The large extent of our Congressional some healthy section of this State. Address J. T. Carriage Repository.
the muiter and rolls (or copies thereof of the Secretary of War seemed to me respectful. ) Dislrict, and the difficulty of collecting together j. s. BUST, Committee, 4c. B.. Manticello, Florida. TE.. HULL having made arrange-

pay ) He differed with Governor Moseleyas for the ofnomina- fjCJ-: Papers friendly to the .cause are requested to Refers to Dr. MILES NASH Tallahassee, A J. ments at the North fur Buggier
to this delegates _
with such purposu ,
Department authentication ,
k _
Gen. WM
the of Monticello and
to propriety calling Volunteers into copy. \OlLEY. Carriages of a superior quality
as your Excellency may give or direct to be the t field, and expressed his regret" that they hug candidate, have induced us, your Representatives : Rev. WM. CH ICE. Newnansville- wool ucetve a supply by every vessel and ofler tf.eia*
given. to asiume the responsibility.We ffj- A Grand Convocation of. the Grand Royal December 15, 15-tJ 49 71* low. lor cash. The Carriage Repository will be ia
had been ordered
Within the scope of information that has out. Nothing more. Surely therefore earnestly entreat you to lay Arch Chapter rf' the State of Florida will be held BartUtt's' Brick Building.

reached Uii* Department, there is the hope, title WAS 10i.c Wluutfivo hail the conduct of 'aside all minor considerations, and to rally to in the Masonic Hall, in 'thl city of TdlUhsusee, on Butler &. Denhaia Also at the old stand, next dnor to Hopkins &

that the Indians will consent peaceably to emigrate the Administration, which treated with the support of one whom we trust, it will \IJc ,Monday theIst day of January ISW. received and opened a full and complete Meginniss.he will keep constantly on hand Saddles,
silence if not with communications HAVE BridlesMartingales.Harness and
from Florida-an object of great con. contempt, Jour delight to honor. We know him to be J. B. TAYLOR, of Good.,part cnlarly adapted to a Southern min of rill 4'jfld5, Trunks. Carriage Trim- -
from our Governor on the subject of Indian i. Carpet Basst Valiiesr,
our market, and offer it
most
concern not only to the authorities of Florida.,p relations. \Ve then heard no complaintsof able, firm, honest, and true, and as such we Grand Secretary G. R. .1. C. Fla. for cash or approved credit.on reasonable terms Calf-skins,Lininz-tkins,and all other Goods usual- '.

but also to those of the Federal Government.I I commend him to sour suffrages.Thomas Oar entire stock been with Iy found in a furui-hing store"of this description.
the of having purchased C3O.
State
outraged dignity our &c.I .
November
2-I, 1549. 46
: have the honor to be, entreat fellow-citizens of all Purse,Thoinis: T. Long, Tho1. K. Co-Partnership. we flaiterourekeswe can offer goods at such ratesas 4t "
-
Your Excellency's, Most ob't S rv't, my parties., unham.[ Win. Jones, W. II. l Ruwls, JohnW. TIll.f subscribers ha'ing associated themselves will please those who will favor us with their Just Received .
p to divest themselves of party feeling and prejudice in APOTHECARY :
GEO. 'V. Anderson, George P. Harrison, S. :M. LiNCOF BUSIXIs. patronage-
CRAWFORD, in all matters connected, with the removal under the firm of NASH & TAYLOR respectfully We will continue to receive by every arrival from PER Brig Emeline from New York and per S.h -" -
Secretary of War. of the Indians from our State. The Ad Former, Randolph Spnlding, John Villalon- solicit' the patronage' the citizens, gene New York and New Orleans such goods as are usually from New Orleans > ., ": ,

His Excellency THOMAS BBOWX. ministration i is desirous to them and I; ga, Samuel O'Uryan, Win. A. McDonald! L rally. They have ordered, and are excepting' in a wanted in this market. Among our silk goods 50 bolts Kentucky' Bagging, '_: ,

Governor &c. &c., Tallahassee Fla. remove ': Instance Hall, Gco. Carter, John Goodman, few dnjs, ageneral assortment of MEDICINES will be found 10 bales Gunny do. .-.. ,
i
doubt not will effect their removal. Let us j :i. G. Wilcox. uf the best quality. They intend to sell cone but Fancy Sacks and Visiles of the Meat( style 50 coils Jute Rope ":

hF.JPJXG OHvEu.-The Montgomery correspondent act in concert to secure to ourcitizens, payment such as are good Fancy Silks in Dress Patterns 50 do. Kentucky Rope 1"

oJ'ihe Sumpter Whig, gives a hint I for services already rendered, to secure a competent "" J= : -_L : ._ Their store' is oppo-itc the Court House, on Monroe I. Black 50: kegs Buckwheat, ".:
street, adjoining the Post Office. .Worked Caps Silk Shawls, Embroidered do. 10 do. Goshen Butter. < .
of force tho frontier '
the in hich the ladies on to our Select School for Ladies
manner protect Young
are keptin MILES NASH, Tissue Silks, Berages, and other( ,articles of fashionable 25 boxes family Cheese '.1:
oider in the Alabama House of Representatives friends exposed to danger, and to effect the QUINCY, FLORIDA. JUNIU-S L. TAYLOR. dress Goods. 100 kegs Nails'3,4, 5, C, S, 10. f 2. 20 1f-

when the pretty dears" get too animated consumation of the object we all have at heart A SELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES will December 22. 1 1519. 50 Of Boots and Shoes.a complete' assortment, including For sale by S. F. BVJL"IEr: :

and obstrepulous : -the removal of every Indian from the soil of ZX be opened on 'the first Monday in January uett On children's,b
*' It is sometimes quite amusing to see the Florida. Yours very t truly, by Mrs. CAROLINE LEE I'HELP. assMed by Mi3ELF.CTA Consignment. Also-12 bales Gunny Cloth For Sale at a Bargain. !
C. DREW E. C. LEE HtTBBAitD. The School will h'un.1crthe '5 BARRELS FLOUR, 44 coils Kentucky Rope. .
contlict .between the gallantry of the Speaker Esq. CABELL. supervision ot: the Subscriber, ulio will give -I 2500 11 3. Hams Mitldlin:', and Shoulders. December 15, 1910. 49 3t it PAIR cf family HORSES_young andT

and his disposition' to preserve order. Should instruction' in Ihe Lan ruJ es and higher branchesof ALSO-20'JbusheU superior Western Oats, t\. gentle-KSill be sold at a bargain i if
there bean unusual rustlig ofladies' dressesin Gen. James Watson Webb.-We copy from English., In order that the instruction may b k' 10 bbls. Syrup and Molasses rllE subscribers have just received per brig II J. applied (or soon, together with a snog

the lobby, and quite a warbling of soft 1 the New York Mirror the following accountof thorough, and justice done In all, a limited number 10 Apple Brandy, Old Nash." Anderson," boxes Raisins and Currants I, family Carriage, nearly new. Apply at this Office. ,
of scholar only will be admitted. Tl will be the BERRY &: ROWLEY, (fresh fruit,) Almond, Outlet Crackers-- Havana Cigars I- November 17, -). 45 .,
voice* that women arc always proud the, regimentals ordered by GeneralWebb of various
brands.
pretty '
constant aim of the teacher to elevate the standard' ) Auctioneers and Commission Merchanta. 1
of you will hear the Speaker's hummer fall, for his presentation to the government t Icm.ile education and satisfy the just expectations December 22,1349. 50 BUTLER & DE IIAM. Buggys for Sale -"

while he looks I lard iti a direction where the of the Haynaus. {,those who may patronize the School, by making Fruits &c. December 1 15. 18-19. 40 3t BY MILLER & BROKAW.t '''.

ladies are hot, and cries too much noise in Hit Excellency's Prcscntablcs.-There i is education in all respects such as it ought to be. "
Attachment.Injustice's have just received, and will
y
Ihe lobby!" 1\1 r. Owen, the doorkeeper, takes now exhibited at Col. Webb's tailor's in this JOSHUA PHELPS. RAISINS, ORANGES -,-- ",rrUEY' on hand, a few good BUG- :
Q-iincy, December 29, 1SJ9. :1 LEMONS, Court, Second District, Leon Cuunt ,. ,__ .;
the hint and walks up to a cluster of the male city, a full bull of court regimentals, ordered APPLES ONIONS, Charles T. .GYS.whkbrhpJ'witlselIlowforeubt.1'wvt"mber -

IO'f'reigns'ho are perfectly mute, and toler by his excellency,' on the eve, of his depart Dr. W. S. MILLER HUSH POTATOES vs. Darby }Amount of Debt50 tX). 17, IS.It. 45 :

ably near the fair ones, and calls out-" GEN ore for Austria. Such a profusion'of o1d lace DENTAL SURGEON MACKEREL in balfbarrl'ls- kitts, Thaddeus D. Van Horn.3 Receiving from New York ">

1 TLEWO Silence in the lobby!" Uy this and tinsel cannot fail to dazzle even the guy /"IRADUATKof) 'the Baltimore College of Dental Just PICKLED rcccited and BEEF for TONGUES sale by THE defendant and others interested are here- PER Brig Emelinea large assortment of :1apin r.

means silence is secured in a roundabout and court of Vienna. Col.) Webb (we beg his VJT Surgery, respectfully' tenders his professional JOHN McDOUGALL. notified of the commencement of this suitby fancy articles ol Tin-ware, embracing most*
;.'rvice* ro all who require the performance of Dental attachment, returnable to a Justice's Court to t beheld of the articles in our line. boon and few of" -
polito way, that gives offence to no one, and: pardon. General Webb, as he has recently December 22, 1549. 50 at Tallahassee the ISth' cf a -
on day February
operations. luiom at the City Hotel. Ladies attended t. Empire' Patent ConkingSroves, Air-tight and Cottage
ifVadily forgiven by the unoffending he. been official) brevetted,) is bound to shine'if at their residence desired.Dr. Notice. D..1S50,and to appear and plead to Ihe same. Stove for parlors, Patent Pumps, Sogar-Dip.

gazers.ttFrom. for one night only.' M. has lib"ity to reler for character and ali 1. weeks after date I shall make Given under my hand and seal), this 13th ,day of pers and Skimmers of different sizes and a general '

Texas.-Tho lust t new we Lave from Ii is a remarkable fact that there has not ily a* an Operator, to Professor Chapman A. Harris SIX Jude of Probate, for Madison application County f fo I to: r December, 1@49.EDWARD M. WEST assortment' of manufactured Ware.' '., ,"'

Texas is to the 13ih instant. The yet been the first editorial endorsement of of Hal I i more Dental College, Man land. and) Profrs- letters of' Administration upon the estate oi'John' Justice of the Peace.December [SEAL.J. We are prepaied to execrate job work inTin..Cop." .
Legisla. snr Hujh II. McGuire, of Winchester Medical College I. per and Sheet Iron .Roofing&c. Order* from-cily .
of Webb's in Coleman deceased, late of Madison
lure was in and appointment any Whig newspa County. 15,1949. 49 3m
session cspecialy rampant fIn Virginia. or country prornptlyattexided, to. ,:- _, .
VANS
RANDELL.
the subject of Sante Fc. A resolutiou has per. Not even SUWAUU'S organ, the Albany 1 Decembers!). 1849. 5t December 22, tS4!. 50 6w T. WHITE' f CO *"****

been introduced into the Legislature instruct Evenieg Journal, has ventured to applaud, lestit Notice. November, 149. 45 (t. :'Io >;

ing the representatives of the State in should betray the. agency which produced{ Plantation for Rent.TUF. AUCTION. ALL persons having claims against ,jhe rmfe of -;.rt '

con. the revolution at Washington in the.' GetterY Plantation belonging to the estate of J. 1 H F Henry Branch late of this County deceased ,Groceries, &c. : .- ,
gress to protest against Hugh Smith, or any deceased near Lake Erie, and'adjoining; / TUESDAY. ,January the first before our Auction arc requested to present them to the Administrators received from New
other delegate from that part of New Mexice. favor. This is hardly handsome, after the the land of Joseph Chaires, Esq., in Leon County. \J Room,, lamily (.f six Negroes, consisting i within the time prescribed by law, or they J.egnate 20 barrels Magnolia Floor Orleans. .'-

taking a teat therein as u representative from; Courier and Enquirer' J late laudation of the is 'lot rent for Ihe year 1S50. There are near 200[ of a fellow and wife, aed 35 and 37 years; two boy will be barred. 20 '' St. Louis :

that Territory, and in the event of the ex governor." acres of cleared land, with a comfortable dwelling r, and two irl1led 4,7.11, and 14 yearl. Almonf' ,! JOSEPH BRANCH 1\ 40' boxes Cheese. '
protest'snot fine fellow aged 30 : Also, three other likely (111 T5
house and negro houses &c &c. For terms, apply yeus. JAMES H. BRANCH, j' 2 casks Sugar-cured -kr_
being heeded it will be their leave : all of good character and condition. Harru
Washington ] duty to Correpondtnee of the Charleston Courier. to the subscriber at Fort Stansbury or Jos. Chaircs: ,! Negroes _,. 'BEmtY & ROWLES Decembers, 1849. 48 St 10 keg Goshen Butter, .
andjreiurn home. Another near.lhe premises. -
rcso. S: barrels old
lution followed authorizing the Governor i lo WASHINGTON, Dec. 18, 1849. BENJAMIN BYRD, December 15, IS 9. 49 3t Auclioneerf. Notice. 10 Rectified Monongahalia WhMsey" ,

raise a regiment of mounted volunteers Agent of the Administratrix.: authority of the Hon. Alexander McDonald 10 sacks Gteerv Havana Coffee,
pro.: The honorable and satisfactory adjustment t FortSfan,bnry, December 29. 1810. 51 I If Negroes to Hire. BY
L
cced to Sante t"e and Judge of the Court oi Probate: for Madison 'af and Crushed Sugars,
assist
Eleventh in organizing the of the difficulty that arose between Mr. Duer WILL be hired for the year 1850at Public .Auc i County, I will, sell, on Monday, the 311 day of Dccember 2 hhd.4. Crown do. .

Judiciary! District, which that city and Mr. Meade, was formally announced with Mules before Ihe store of Daniel Ladd in Newport instant, at the plantation of Ihb tare JohnJ. Dried Apples, Wines, &e.,&e.

It the principle teat. One hundred thousand explanations to.day, by Mr. Uayley of Virgin I, LOT OF HANDSOMETENNESSEE : on Tuesday, the first, day January next, I tenor Boyce all tbe personal propeily of said dece sed, All of which will be sold at thejowesf pfic*r 6jt ;:
dollars are to be voted for the cipenses. The): in and the House and A MULES twelve valuable Negroes, consisting of men, women confuting of ten Negroes among whom are some GEO. If. BESTWIC bi .:
troops to avoid ,coming in galleries 'grcetet.lILc bought expressly, for this market boys, and girl*. belonging to the estate of J. H. valuable-honse servants, six Mules, three Horts! .a November 11, 1S-1. 43
the United file Stales It contact with communication with applause.Mr. { :Lj : I for pale on terms as faroiahie Byrd. deceased, and others. .Some of these negroes Carriage and BtiggyvtvvoWagons, a good Saw Gin, !
the forces. is probable! that t Clay has,already shown that he intends .* as the time and nature of have been employed: in the J turpentine business the Plantation Utensil:*,.Corn, Fodder, and about thirh New Goods,

resolutions will be adopted as we learq. to pursue n very moderate and quiet course i in the case wi11' Call andy present year,and one of' theinls a pretty good cooper. bales ol' Cotton, a stuck ol Cattle, Hog;,'and Sheen. GOODS. GROCERIES 1rARa
So here' a speck of nullification .Tcim*at the hiring. Household and Kit hen Furniture. DRY
as see at the StablwV .
big Sfo.ck'
i u. the Senate-reserving himself for the time *' EtJ.UIIBYRD., ?*, JOHN BOOTS, anti SUOL&e, 4
any either in the history Jtlastacbuieiu Messrs. Miller & Jlrolc w., and CMcGKHEE.. Jut received and for salt*bfcT **. : : .
or when lus voice and influence bo 's
j
Admioistratriy.Stansbr'Dcctflbeit :
South Carolina. Mobile may potentin judg {of .ouTla1rH.1'W.. POTTER < Agent for the > "Admir.Mrator J;. "B"\ce.. GEORGC Ii., BESTWLC. S
Tribune. : :.conciliation and compromise.. humber. Ib. 1.:1 Fort< ;, lS4 t tIJ Vccem6erS.1S- t:- 45 4t November lS. 4 .
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I w tat UltttrtiStlfltflt. .K.iJ\'UF.iCTURL\/ CO /P-f-VF .s ct tk acs a(14. l 5T wairit a.4 es.,,

.' at t ifcejNWatibrrcf 'p a Y'JIpUS**. 'tbk tby ctirTwu,
agreed to dtp reprc.t ST, fOOTCF WHITAXtH,
4ri .- ., --> tOLTON'I BCILSIXG.aiVLR
: each fine p* age. I do not riiMkt&L In Leon Circuit Court SAVANNAH GEO. deniia.Ir1 '
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a.i'cW. $14 sTef wi ; be s 1crerty a

I : 'T j& tILe flcene of ibe day tj, in all n"parallel # IN CHANCERY. TENUEJW her thank* t* heiXX 144k.tSali.d Ibe15s. Tat ,

; : : $: -- .. to the scene atitid Drury on 1 ibat te. Caleb H. Blood, Complainant, > ferEtri friend and ULLA the public generally for the liberal the pai.. (r'' c :54 i* b. v ,. -yj,

: 4 I :,t cation. But,sir, rny coattituents woul imile JUT Ta. she Las teceired formerly, and for a continuance : s pa s e 1s4-tt a, ,.,,
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to hear gentlemen, bo arc unable tone Datid P. Houe. Adm'r. cf a C. Hall, &.C., acd patronage of the same,she cas confide-illy say that for 9zxrxx oioz..s o ir.Jac.b Tbwiiglz
$ :, ? 1 otpoT s- Defendants.E ii CM DY.. tkes..,
Charles Mapei, et a strict af tent ion will be 0 lbs l. taiyws
Talk ofL
unusually
of tbe marble! columns around us, the coining se3sQfl
affidavit made in this cau'e that 4 bs '
appearing by table thill not be tar- .ivatase ses ia tli .4 a'ins
business. Her
her
L : diuolving, or overturning mighty Uthon. he laid defendant,Charles llapes, resides out cl -- given to of Ibis place. Hunter will be continually ?rrn tf* Of, vn X.ssd.-at, v. TWI Q

.. ( -. lube language of the member from Geor. the Srate of Florida, but in j the Utitei State*: It is passed by emplojcd any during the winter .or the wild

gia Kpeakiog to-day, reflects tbe entimentsof Ordered That the said Charles Mapes io appear J>tJ and far the feathered fowl cl the
: of the fore.t
___ _ the bill cf complaint filed in this Tame
plead or answer
; J _ her people we dcrply r-grot that they are came within foor months from the dae of the Cr>t f kes. .

tJ; _; entertained. Remembering the apociation! publication of this oid r. or the said bill will be taken i1r1 t i Her tales of charge* ioeoo'uuanu sLallbe oosrf and satisIc.lodg- ; .

!; of earlier days, we would prefer that Georgia, for corfestd agiinst him: ProvvlciJ, That a 19:; per her day, week,.month or year, Ip44 .. .

r S Instead of withdrawing from the Union, should copy of this in rrder Tallahassee be published, for in the some space newspaperpublished of lour _1fiJff tory to table,patrons.A with a good caller, is attached.

: eome to entertain ecntimcnti more in accnr. month September?, IS4. 33 Cm \

.; t ( dance with; what we believe to be agre'the THOMAS BALTZELL, J re. York. -.S5'_ -l S
New
For
vhb the spirit of the age, and with Injustice. and Dated November S, ISI.A .

S If*he will go. Congress will resect. true Copy from the nriginal.

L fully receive and consider her applical furL -- OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. a
November 24. 149. 45 ?m

a discharge. _
I bave allowed myn lf to peak, becaue State of Florida.--Monroe County.

r my position different from those of mernljeri GAY'SEXTRACT Smith Mowry, ) TilE J. New REGULAR York and LINK St Marks OF PACKETS and Newport between, will

't of tbe two great parti***, as they are caicd.j !! .- CASCHALAGUA r.. V BILL IN CHANCERY.Jo commence running at the opening of the fall trade,

j : I am a frre.soJJ member, having ao'Jgat; } OF Lawton.
14 S organize this Hose not on party* principles. A CALII'OUNIA MKT OF RARCVIUTUCS. 1 TT delendant appearinztorebyaffidivittbatJt5Pb in the dill filed in the abate cause, re-* Brig" WARCALLA, Jnsielyn Trim Master do. OLD ]1)11.) JACOB TOWNSEND

::4 : I have I/eeh willing vole for any ma who M11)IC.tL *ide* out t.l the State of FlorMa. and in J Enrop.It OCILI.A Hwmer, do. Til K OItICINAI. Vt3VEZZ OF THE
LUCY
: would meet the views of my constituei, in A CERTAIN PREVENTIVE AND CURE FOR is Ordered That said defendant appear :arid ia- WILL keep on hand and for sale BURR STONES uf- SUWANNEE. Clark, do. (new,) Guiie Townscad Sarsaparilh.w .

.: ; 4 : the matter tlavery in the territories, They fleer and .Istif Consumption, Cou., Colds, !wcr the said bill! "i'.hin the time pre crHied by lavr, 1 inches to 3fe.tandwejudeIt cf i these WACISSA. Perry, do. (new) 1 Pr.TewsenJ Ia abnoi 78 le n f.IVTHOft Se?. a4 a*.
Injliuney .i lhr.ia. Bronehitu, Scrofula,, Go jt, otherwise it shall be talcrn pto cone so. JtIhtr is fur- dent recommendation to say 1000 set se'i k.owi *s Zbe sad 1)SCOrZR1 .( iharui.vj
hen ihall built in the substantial
mct
.1 ask lhat their views upon slavery stones haw been sold in the States of Georzi. Ma- These Brigs are man- .
IfttHuKititnt, .Vrvra/; io, Erytiptltu, LuFuralytii Ordered, That a copy of thi* order be pubIih. : ORItflX.SL. TOW.V3PJ.I) *4R&1P(1IL.LJ.
ak that these mit..fl North and South Carolina and ncr expressly for this trade, and are commanded by 'Being k g am.a1aat'
r- he made known. They PInuuy, Jaundice, Igsptsia, os.t1L'ent3 ed in same newspaper printed ia tfce StaiofFlurida barns Virgin git- pw. g wtuc
careful and experienced Captains. Freight and e'ca ii hi.. L.a k.4.iui.1 piarkes. sad th. ee,
S ten thai! be duly considered in Conres. Piles, iJytcnltry, Dropny, JJtf.. Corn- once a month lot rise monllis. leg the most perfect satisfaction for both Corn and at the lowest nies. Aeer.ts psiJ'e 5&'crtiISd I') tho.e OflI WI b4 ted ft. u.ith.a4 tanw.I. .

Mr. Hilliard was calm and yet determr.ed /tlaintt. Uillioui Complain,*'Vt tmni'tftCutaneous JOS. B LANCASTER, Wheat. 0 COE ANDERSON & ,i1e. Iid re.c.d lbs s.r. .( *ay. isvvtmi.is.s
; 1S43. 3 SBHBW CO.4 thus. who hJ bei bise4.1 iore d..es...a.5 sv,4
/>uw fVrrr* in General, Iltn- Key Wet,March 2.A. D. 1S49. JudeSo.Cir.Fa. September, penoai
::4 to tpeak earnestly on this qu k'ion ; and lie 10 Beaver street,New York. trom tteitft, ttneUitfti iu ctreRaaf tod w o qfa&
tS orkogci, Obttrvfti'mt, J-'iuxtt, Iruiignticprnrcd J- TKO F. KIKC, Sol. for Couit. HEALING FOWER.IC.nwtv. .
.., I. went on to express virus and make iIaternntu and Defective Jfj-ttitet, und all diueaits A true copy from the minutes : GOODS. JOHN DENHAM, tts as.. ti b. bad. r ,kU.

: like those of a gentleman from Georgia Mr.) criminating inConstipation W. C. MALONEY Clerk. Newport.NewpcrtAuaust sad iert'cc..Sevisd a. a.nee wbc wJJ be ..

S 4 Stephen') who bad preceded him. At his ot the notrel, o April U.1 15_Ry R. L.Hrcz*. 1 D.C. JAME3 3. QAJMI3LI3TSreceivingbytheAnnEliza.Vincent.Lucy 12, 1548. 4 a bk.he4 dvftat.'rs to b'i'5 It Into mask tai'.csu.4 whe s.ea.the wca ei.a.iu wustj ba l'a.

: rrquest we give no extended reortofhire.I Icarkstbia IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It Notice. Florida Land Sales. viziea w aJ4t.Ijowa tad apr-- 4 Tai SUM ha..sa.i
-L Suwannee, iu:., tc., a large supply ot"wii.ler fall and the mcnn 47e wnpt ;
evening. gives tone a3 viz'>r fn the r.ircstivei crgi' 'PIlE crdt"rs and person entitled to ditrixition Goods, which he invites his customers and WILL be offered at Auction numerous tn of OP.JXD 3-YD ('XKQIZSI.IJI) rRFcRJTIo.v sI

anj UremarkaUlf for it .inirn ain .Slrt.itl.enir.g, L in the estate of Daniel Mashburn.! U$ e odm Cads- the public to examine. A few gallon of 1-a1 1d Land, at the places and times. hi.Iowinn. wl rnanitatture4 the U.jtt aaIIoibei.aad..psc.ayaaiza5.aa4 as ii. 1ar..t,ca4,,aJ 1. tsr..i S's iv.5.

S From the Charleston Mtreuty, I'th im and Restorative 1'rcpertui.Pubhrlj Cour.ty,deceased, are hereby notified that their French Brandy yet unsold. .viz: lscpt4.of eeii.rI or deiciir.lm. -

AaIr at Vabiutou., adujlted \by Dr. Townscnd, Manufictu. cliiros will be birred, if not presented within two September 29, IS 19. 3S At Pensacola on the 4th December nest. t.li jroaa! g. P Toraa4V.it uR rrrM wUi sr. u*
S rer of Tovnend'* Sarjajianlla," to be years after the j-ultHciticn of this notice.R Milton, Santa Ro.a County, on the 6th Dec'r. sever chaun.bat**tie betur;L.cn... Tfc. ki it I, ,, fcUwi, & ,4*
ontOa eb. t > al
Is by*
: _; Two weeks have pissed, and the I1o'ie (ifS E. GIBSON; and Eucheeanna, Walton Co., on the 10th .' pviwp14s ..
Far Better than Sarsaparill" Confectionery Bakerjrl Ce..trr.; as! the !** ; CMarrras ofaw the in.ka's 11 bsfuagl.
i4; i :# Representatives net orgniitzd : in fact m'reS. Adsuni-trattT dt lonu non.Qiiinv.Nnv"r3.1"49. Roach's Bluff Washington County, on the reqti.Oiia ia tie man&cnu* of ib* Ixj jy5arapiv.n
rrr.boraiion of the above read the ENRY KINDON would inform his friends and *. Tie!'M pinS.it a eU k..weL
In
J Jnexcd
5:, an. 41 13th December.At .
and -further w
:'t1 / and more disorganized-further comm-inicatior. iI the public generally, that he ha* on hand, and COGtR* D**! gb dc3ai a.d .. .
as Mariaarsa.Jati-cn County, on the 15th Decr.I' .
asS oche'i. whei! It
teen
wbxh ale *njnriss $
:f J I' from the way to organization. SothcScnan Conclusive TeUimonr and Proof PojitiFROJt Notice. is constantly manufacturing.CANDIES of all kindi, LolfrMitlj, Calhoun Co., on the 17th U ttanoai ace. ,.a: .t bith I. is-

'S seems to have thought, and, lired of waiin; and such as: Quincy Gsd en Coonly, on the 19th to lb. *y.l.a- oC th. ro eTt:...1 5a.e..gi.
HE creditors entitled! to
TIIU! OUAEFEXBEKC CO3IPANV legatees, persons
PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROP '7, i0 rlgi: Ihey fitrely lad *ze lost La th.pregrIbmi. .
__1I : for an event that was receding instead of Sir:-You areanarc that, as the originator of the .distribution in the estate of Robert H. ]H. Da- CINNAMON. LEMON CANE, Tallahimee, Leon County on the 22d if the! B*( 'mezwcd fcyHi.
.. have resolved to lo woik vid. hie of G d-iden County,deceased 4' Monticello JeS r.oa Co., on the 27lh knowa o.ly P iD1e.*p.r.'sc.4 *it. 6tuftcrJ,.
j: : coming, they go cni4 Gratftnltr Company, I raut l have b ,d my >n, ,are hereby WINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY; wkxti fir
i.s r
S. MadUon Court Hone the the* v.1stJ.pv.scipia 5piR. as a.ezae-
*such business as they could transact\ ion call d to the numerous( Medicines pre'ented to notified that their claircj will be barred. if nt pre. HOARHOUND ; on 20th ton*.nBd.r belt.J9 U>. my --duil .(is
:: he public I ha%e watched with nracb sented within two years after the publication of this others then several that JasperHamilton County, on the lit Jany wrr** i,,U rium&e.GENLTNE .
pptronsge.
various
have taken And are
of lh Ho-ise. ,
the aid
.!I ,' : < They upSp merest the i Production of the Canc'ialcgwr into notice. JOHN M. W. DAVIDSON, among Alligator, Columbia CoJ, on the 2d Lay p.c.no e. boil' .ww the, flU ibs,z.*
the matter? of Uif-cutive appointments, a'iffici'ntly uiddisfr hi and free Quir.CT, Nnrfmher 3. 1 -19.t3 Sr F.jeentnr. useful for colds andcouzh ,and is prepared tonanu. Trzaz. Oaa fourth at the time of sale aqu4.wh: Is M.f5 (i the enk.niig flet 1* tb. ,u..t
country by yourself; am to say that n acture any, and all kinds that cey be ordered, both :- payable frne aay Ihiar SI..; thr e th.a ia thi.isiciijflqid.
wide to keep them raking and Medicine tand# so de-ervedly high as your eitract Notice. wholesale and retail. and th* balance in three ejual anneal instalments. f e wv $ ir 5 ih. c.1 is

: Draping at least till after the holyday Ve of f that valuable plant. In 'nyoicnfami'y hate He is also prepared to carry on Baking in all it, Persons desircus fo know what ptrticuhr tracts SA1"AaILI.A!. k'ww &EXTL1T* the sywr- Lam iacb iis.aartic

: Irut l tLy trill make haMc to reach the caseS een it* eNlraordindry efficacy, m the cure of a con- SIX months after date, the undrr siried, execut'r >rsnches.frora tbe plain Loafcf readn> the-snail ire to be sold, will be finished with hand-bi on OLD DIL JACOB TO5ARSAPARILLA.
irmedcascof Bronchitis. Forallccap'ainfg'eq'iirc which the last will and testament cf Lewis Sun. Paities snd the application to the Post Master af the above named
and fiei. .
rxo.nisite Cake i public
t: ; of the U. S. diplomatic erocu't/in Nicaragua, the promj.t and thorou ij purification at the Jer?,deceased, late of Leon county, will prescLt his ran alw ay*be accommodated by gSvinstimclvit notice places, or to the sabxriber at Tallahassee,by letter Thi..Is W) prep.tT. that I the iner per1.. .5 a.8 ,

wfeo. urni'Jft his oiher antiquarian exploitc, iloo'l, I deem jour CaneLftlagua, very far, su- inil account and vouchers to the Hon. 3ud e of the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson street, postage paid. spsriila roet ate 5712 ft5O5Y erv ei.b..ib.ui.. .

'ii S. fcai evidently got in fu 1 blast of tho old Egyp. ,
lisa oven for hatching cockatrice's egis.S and ttW thrm all lam well acquainted LEWIS M.SAUNDERS Executor. Tallahassee,Dec. 16, 1549. 22 Public Lands for the State of FloriTallahajsee kitr,; and ihs It Ia ya.j.y.4 ito-paV of Iomf a.y cjto JJ
I J. T. MARSHA! July 21. 1549._2S'uiITotce. ATJ$. IS, 1S4J. 32-32! ab:. sad beabrrpt'op.-Jes. Fltpua U th.way,u U luJ.ft.nw .
In tftt> meantime what will become cHouse the .t pnwerfil aieat inot Ike
Tie last shows both HEAD Qc-Akrzas,2D BRIGADE, Irr Ihv. F. M. CThe following! paper will pahliI this above Cure "numerable disease -
? vote partica KMIXKNT LAWI-ES IK.cOTIIAMPTOX October 10 IMS week for three months and send ,
S S rto;: AC Quiucy. nee a thai accounts He.ce the r.ia"n by w i.a.r a m.u t ,o ervy
torn lo fragrftei.u-the old bonds of'iuin wrh >z..tACJlCETT5.ZORTi1AMPTOt. SIX months after date,the underlined will apply General Orders, No. 2. to the"Renter f ia Il. (iY.4 by wea, s.ad chiidsea. W. M g 1iq
.. ilafl I the Hon. JucUe of Probate far !>>on County ST. The several of the 2d gd; will The Penacola ?rariar.na wmifrn 1* the car-etCO.PSVMFTW.Y.
that and !
VI h ered, md the new one, Ami-slavery! Feb 7. If 1 j Regiment papers in Apalachicola PTSPEFSL.. aid LJY tar.P14II4r.
for Utters of di.mi.iici, from the E.tatc of Arthur
., gtet from t!><* storm.clou I over them, appear.: Dear Sr-I I-.T>TC long wished: to see TCU, that I deceased. I aeable on their respective paride ground fur ; the Savannah Georsian and the Rcpubliharleston ; a-d is RUZCXJTIS.V. SCRAFLL.i. riLzscosT1rFx.R&
ite an accurate account of the rernaka. Juruey, S ing to th Noib; rather more like a Jailter :)light gi y.'J JOHN S. HART, Ex'r. specified viz and the Adveri:> Colombo times Ga. .RLOCTHSS. i'd an .rs..,. r,*
ble of cnly dmzhttr of a violent arrofula. c1 Hereinafter : r : ,and the
S :. than a?dj fc; ''r.r.d fellowship. They evitJtnt. cure. She iny Is now alnTo t Ihrecyoareof age. In Septembers, IS 19. 7 Fifth Regiment, is Quincy, December Sth- Raleigh Standard and the Regi ter.brtonsivo !po..eseI IMPURiTY a re: e5cey 01 TIlE Ia afl ELOOD.I ost.. a..tcg1.4.etft.fow

ly long t0 embrace it, and if they did u-rt hte February hit, putrid u.es upcn t' e lift, face, and Notice.IX Sixth; Besiment,in Talbhaiaee, December 1st. .fg3i.5 frc caLos. -
Seventh Regicent.in Moaticello, November 21 Liii. Sale of Land and Slaves. t.fbII ts kead. Jpmaz sq liexteod
d wtb
would iccrcc
0 each oihor well thft So-uh laud made their and (
they ,
as a ,
appearance date I thall fret s.d biIada.e4d ckfls a4 be ,
Months after
to the 5air *
apply Judge Battalion. Madison C. IL r
lit Eighth Regiment, at ,
S certainly it. Tb Northern politician are 1rihttu1 rapidity; on of her eyes a!so b&21e 50 I J of Probates of Leon County tar a final settle.I 20th iiovenbcr.d B Y virtue of a decree of the honorable Court of as aM ii equai b C.U.sd Cua.; sd pm..*,y ispectorse -
idly olci-rated,that to all appear'ance it ccuid nir Chancery for Madisn County,Sate of Florida, s.d rssz1a i.t ri.1a .
confused and cordtnt fearing their coiucnts I c.at t/f my accounts as administrator of tre Etate Battalion 17thember. No-. iI.in.'t. s.d
.: again be re.tcred. This contiiued 1.r ii week.', Eighth Regiment, at Jasper : the sab'cribr will offer for saleat public outcry, in eeq befBul
S f Je ,cTowr. -ndandD-niel Townsend, deceased, t aotb.sg Ia Ii.eceteic* ranf..ty ..4 sakaGwe4ge4
fearing the con i-q'j"nccg of obeying MjehiM being a most horrible.uht, and the hcarts the town of Madison, oa Tuesday, the first day of i ** fl k4.&aJ .e. if
them whiainz and Iitr almost and ur a final Ji'cnarge Irt.m the administration of Battalion attached to Sixth Rejinent, ia 5cwport, January next, that large and valuable FEMALE
; -alternately thr'atening, of I purer. broken. Durrnj the whiij o plantation COMPLAISFS.ft .
All interested will take
5 S appealing nt one rmnjent to the s crediic, (if : perux! we used SAUSAPARfLLA IN L4UANTITIES.butihe iee estate- persons io- November 27tb. lately occupied by Col. S. H. Bather, drceasedininz con- otka woad.r,ia .,.so( F..r.sm..r F.Jdi -r
lice accordingly. 2 J. The commissioned and non-r ommisHonedr oi- about three thousand cf first Land. wa.O6&a# Sirisi..i.cr?gmfil.Ve..s.ity .
duease was not arre3tcd in acre rate
the Union atanothr-ranouicinqthatthe North BENVAMIN MANNING, Mm'r. ? will assemble rn the parade ttroinds of I their o( the mesrul penodi, iid the ; aid asi
: tte least. While the disease was still at its heigbt.I This plantation is situated about ten miles East o cajia a .r mae. ..
.. S j is irnrnorablc! and will have nothing less tha', 93- James T. Archer, &:j., w my A ect to attend respective Regiments the day before the review at
S I happened one day to call at the store of your very the Orilla River. Is remarkably healthy. has i good By revta oxrae.ps, aJ raa th. ;.wI 'ys5ia. -
: the expulsion of tbe South from all The Ttorics. gentlemanly agent in this place, and relating the to> itt matten connected with the adraiaisirsti of 1'')o'clock, A. M., armed and equipped according to wells of water, a handsorse Dwellinz"House'nunA. and Ii sire. (Dee *5.1 Efeaa, Oe who!. br4y.1.4cales
.' the-i'e u. !f. for drill and iasf ruction. ail .ra.i iCcervous
I S_ and a declaration of war against *1 lave.S manner in which our child was aSicted, he aubied e 2 tattg.Jr.l 29.-'im iw 3d., The rezimsntal line will be formed ., ornamented with Oranze, Flz,and Puce- : di.eases and debility,
preeie1v
federal Government. Inc to make a trial ol your Cancbala ua. I took butone ) rjanite trees, and an extensive vineyard. The ct aDd tbs pee.ea ty s'.eTt, a ; ethir isa7da'
::4,4T ry bytbi b..tiI. bm at half!/ pat II o'clock. A. M. houses and 522s: ,. reazmt1. ,, -
ig na mfidnce in It.tot commen. Notice.PHE are numerou* in thorough repair. There '.4 a7rit4: 3: ri Di"44Fda.
: The debute oi Thursday first avowedly o.S' ced icing it according to your directions stopping 4th. The PrJgad* StaT will! report for duty at! the are about one thousand acres cf cleared had oa thetTatt VWh.US.&..C.Ii .

;: t pen*>d the true elements of discord, ami cz. all I other medicines at once, and in jut five davrelling the creditor and persuns entitled lodistribiL ;ra decreased the ulcer to"id in the estate of Edward Hill Wilder, late of d extensive and ,
: ploded the shams that bvl veiled the ?piitbs of vioibly began heal, comma an unsurpassed vance tp.t..o* .zay.
$ she improved rapidly for three weeks,and t to onrvery a.Uden County, deceased, are hereby notified that The comnir.ding officers cf Regiments are (or Cattle and Hogs and i is capable of being easilT e .ns.s t cutiiXoe.ti5.. b.d. 7"i t'Si $iIt.qiiay
.
: i previo'j* pruceedings. It sprung qnte great py was appaieatly cured-let.* than Iwo theirctairns \\ill be barred, it not presented within charged with the extension of this crdcr' divided into three or taoj smaller tracts Tern lairs a *,fl eicmJes orn tse.d Lu.y. nd the I.s.ble all IPhMr.CIWS'tsprtl...;u.aJMv.z'iti iv-

.5 : i.I naturally out of the developements of the dayS bttIeu. having been used. Naming tlm case to (smeof two years after the publication of this notice. Byorderof A- K. ALLISON. Bri Gen, Con' credits of one and two years, notes to be well se- z etre a.z' a. syie roes_ Is iiM th:*thai

5 b"t ote. Mr. nHowxoflndiana.cams within our incredulous friend*,they eemed to think thatthe JOHN M. W. DAVIDSON, AdmQiincy. J. H. VERDIKR Adjutant General. cured.At The taedichte yoa pre-emlnenily irtL !

.: two votes of being elected Speaker, and an. cure mu t have been e1T'cted by the ue ol the November 3, IS 19. 43 $w October 20. 1%19._41_71| the sine time and plare, the rob criber will Bat, *a say at the., th ,b s.Jd et T.Twissi4s hastar -
*
-- SARSAPARILLA, and it was not easy, under the oCr for sale SIXTY LIKELY SLAVES eoasisting( s2ted.7 JS J""f e.n. I1ivJ Si wt u> fc
: other trial might have carried him in lilt had Notice. Tin Manufactory. COilPASEDVTTH THE OLD DR-3
ri -cumstances, to anjue again that opinion : ]BUT of valuable field hands and house servants Terms,
S If. : not been whispered about that he had made W FOR THE PIIOOF When the child apear-; QIX months arter date, I will apply to the 1 lion.I. TJAVING engaged additional workmen, we are creditof twelve month, notes to be well secure, of becaa.DE1OEAT1U.of oe GiND ai1.;cr-tt- **"

: a bargain with the Free Soilere. This led ed to be perfectly cured,we slopped giving her our .) Judge of Probate f r the County of Jefferon kr Ii. prepared to fill all orders in rur line i in aprompt The titles to the whole of the above property are K1T7ER SOILS

to a demand for the facts, and the rumor was extract. upoing all was safe; but in twenty-five letters of di.miion as administrator of Andtun and satisfactory manner. All ordt-r from ispa'.ible. wUe lh. otha, D0E ; **""-*.f..ra .si', '.sad I'sg Ms

*'*S. the tWlerevidence. It dayi the kimc eruptions, running at the eye. and Snved, Ute of said County, deceased. scnintirwiU receive iained'ate atteniioL. A R G. MAYS, Sit:;,, z Iao frv. v..iii.the ooz, .c liqild aietD .
confirmed by was an CSJ dtimi-.a5 other .o.a! 3aa! : .oa thh birvbh .ooad
S _1 cjling began to return. We waited five days toste WILLIAM SNF.E1Jcfiernou liberal discount given to raercha ts and dealers" Cornrasioner and Receicr. e poooos to tbe syiaT-ffS.iaS aai4 lvi.isw4

.. : -: xpKsion that shook ihe House, and accord.S. 5 if it would amount to any thing serious It in.crea4e.'I County October 20. It>3.? 41 ni T WilITCO. fcto&er 27, ,5 19. 4 dr.adp diia ri ccii? Wbat etass p y'pps*ki

*_ ingiy the debate of Thursday was earnest, rapidly a* before. We again cntnmenced Jeno 3, 1HD. 23 S.* The "ui"''* Sentinel' Macon Telegraph, Sirannab acid I Do sot at kaov this wheii fuod vorv t oUt
'
Notice. acts. iiht tChet.1* edacr. h.a.thoza. &pea
V pointed, and went to real matter. We copy giving her jour medicine, and in five days, (the s3me Repubhcsin, Charleston Courier.-and Jack- of ze ba3It. liv. ;coipbco iacce. ipsat.c7. CQ.in4 .

.0 all of it for which we can make room, and iii Period of tirae as before,) she begin to grow better, fHREB isonlhf after date, I will apply to tb Monticello Male School. sori'viIIe Republican, will! pnbluh once a week foreight csripiina of the blood Whit is ero.ia baL *5wor
and 1 in about t.vo weeks was well a;ain. From i thatday Hon. Judze of Probate for the Cmntr of Jetferson weeks, and forward bills to this OfEce. Is the body What pr..ditee. ad i. huuiiv WbtCaatg
ejecting, have been governed by the ruie!< toS MllS school will be opened oa Monday, the b ii F.rupioi.o( the Skiii, csd U..J.Sill P'vp.eas
.5 to this, the child! has been perfectly well for leave to sell a part of the real estate< of Novemner in3tant- under the WbO Sred Fate, Suizvi. sad ill uIc..rtoi kSara.

: reject all that wa nambytpamby! and non. \\VxrfIlif r l'' .. S committal and lo all that was dibtinct a with Iheiileitio o OCTAVCS H. GADSDE, experience ,Tib.taaee. wik ,foBTt: aid rs **. all the flaws .f tte
'i *p* : copy the profession enables! him to give every a.ssuracc toparents Y virtue of the authority vested in me by law 1 h4r. uie or 1t* W tt ce, kkeaaatlsa bat a Z St
scribing for !b'r.> but nse were using rrd- Guardian of the children of said Thocas ,
-v your B
both the Southern and North. aeid Cat.. a34 s&v'here.
-
h ? : and strong, on desiring to educate their son*. whIch siame. ha'etf tstweea thejoiits
have levied and will
for
sale. 1 hefure
Icifle with success, and the child iniproviu rapidly, Sfephen?, dcceasetletlersnn upon expose Ini :; aa3 iid.in La. Upn WhlSbIi
..
; era sides. The reader will be struck with be did not condemn it, but left his own prescription County. Sppt. 22, is- u. 37 oam3cflerson fates of Tuithn per Session office Month: the Court House door in the County of Marti* aiv I o 05 "err<>as dse.ie,. olr iipnzy of ii.. SIre4

S the stern and lofty tone of Mesr. TOOMBS and tulee used in C34 your Estract failed. We had noocCd'ion hnzraphy, Heading, and Writing, "e"% 00Arilhnutic. on the first Monday in February next, the foIlowindescribed cAreaanims,and azty a1 th. ai..a.t. Whkhenaa

l -- STEI-UCNS in this debate. Their manly tfjuence for it, and 1 am sure he will now recommend Co. Taz Collector Sale. Geography. Grammar, History.c ] land or 30 much thereof as will satasfv 1.w oarure.Li l no; a.'rnbls to ai e uS 11, sn4 warS.
S .tour medicine in similar cases. ) Y virtue of the authority vested in me bv law, I &. -, |2 00Philosophy Inc taxes daeihereon for the ye..r 1f4,5uviit : 5.soU.
: j rings like the voice cia trumpet,.- Yuurobedient fcrvant 1 Mathe- The SE. Sec *J' the E*,S W See ISand theNW RISG, FERMENTDiG. ACID COMPOLND'OF
have levied and will ofPr for sale.bel Chemistry, Astronomy,
;;l h: They spoke in a manner worthy of their high HORACE J. HODGES the Court House upon door in the town of Monticello, on m.ttici.c., *f 0') of S W 4, Sc i7, all in T2NROE., I belonging Id l wTd S. P.. TOWNSEND,

i reputation, worthy of the State they repress the Cr.t Monday in February ne\t, the following The Ancient Language*, 13 co ; ; to Sylvester Hinton. Town"eiid yem G'.ii a he hr Sszpir.EP.frrk.u4.that Is a 9d 1M1TTZOof Iv. Jw
JOHN H. PATTERSON
'Ai S worthy of the Couib, which is ready to redeem Tx3 R. \VIK8LOW: HANXEn, WALL BT., X. 1. described property, to wit : 'omposition' and declamation will also form a leg.ularpart hi. 1nerr prearn

: it:; 4; to the uttermost every pledge they have made New Y 'fk, Sept. H, J84SFrederick Section 27 of T 2, R G. N and E., bounded on theF.at of the weekly exrrci.es ol the school Tax 20.' Ass'r.1S49.and CcL 41 for Madison 3m Couctvrtober bear heaven the Uinit.rbkI di'Vat&hit tv"embasce e snciir: !e.i, hi.ip P.Towasea wticb s irticlatzad v.ttii

Lchalf. To A. Gay( f>j.: by Kldred Simkin*, North by Gen. Bailey, and N. B. Thiasrhool entirely separate asd distincttam which ibriuid brine d-rtis the O4 I.suc *
in her
lj t& Vcit ( the"Monticello Female School," now 90 ablyconducted load oconiptalas md ,
My Dear Sir-I cheerfully comply with jour re.qutst bytheOcillaRiver. YARDS GUNNY BAGGING wmtano. Ia Agta whohave.4.
1 S To the Southern members, the organizati in acknowledging, with others, the benefltwhich *vicd upon ai the proprty cf Richard K. Call, by Mrs. FCKCCSOX, so far aa regard.s t the ) HOD LUV2,000 yards Dundee CO'OUND.We aod perthvsei. who have used .

of the Houe is pitiful trifle with arid to be sold for State and l County taxes due there- communication of the two sexes
t 1- a compared I have derived from the nie ofyour Estranchahgua"or 2/XK 1 Sea Island wiei ft n'drmond. b.caa t Is tbs 3.ligs svL. mba:
? the fcettloment of Ihc principle on which t the California' Plant. Itseflectsiny up.on onforibe sear 1,4. lonticello, November 3, IS49. 42 St 100 Ibs. Baling Twine, 8. P. Townsends a.rlele and Otd Dr.Jseb Towsn4a SiPsaparUa -
.
DANIEL T. :;-Sentinel till 1st January. &: h5e4r-wd5 apart, 51hZ refiwttajr di, ivRr ViM
evident and and bareinduced LINGO ; copy
t Federal Government is to act towards us here.S system are gratifying Just received per brir; Suwannee, and for sa'e by "T are Datke in every p'utculv,havie sum ens ii.ate thig
:.: Tx A7c'r and Col. far JeflV-raon -
me recommend its use to friends and County
my ; October 6, lSi. 39 S. F. BURNEY.
; after. lilt is to *tand at our enemy, comm I am ) pleaded to aure you that in no instance have: October 27. 1M9. 42 3m Just Received InAs S. P. Tow"end ha no docr aint v.yev ws. 1 asCheiii.L

.. trdtoan incessant warfare upon the indepc I been disappointed in its efficacy. I do not heiiate A GENERAL assortment of Glass and Crocker Just Received, th3n so any pbarmac.umiat-kow other eoomon ii,ni of aiediciai or &b555e
_
a. deuce, the property, and the peace of the in my confidence in its remarkable medicinal quail.tieard Tax Collector's Sale. ri. wore, and for sale by s. F. BURNEY' A T LEWIS& AMES' Store fresh what zrete. can the pubLic b.u. &hax they ar. mcsttrj aa.Ieenhne

p i Southern States, what interest have the Rep. to slate that 1 believe it will be found fo bean B'V virtue of the authority vested in me bv law, I November! 3, IS-ID. 43 .tl. New and Valuable Medicincs-anonS Drug a supply schich artctes; w.cd icentiic m.ttatne. cni at, alt ma. sUtsa ot the
in most of diseases of t tr the In prrpazinaa4 wbhcb it.hncapabe oebauelwhcb
excellent
remedy cases have levied upon, and will -x.oe for tale, be-
: resetitativjs of those States in it tipoucr the mgtt reader Ibein
giving are felbwing: Iii. AGL'TS .t Di.ieawtn'Zevit It
liver r and kidneys, in pulmonary aflections, and also tore the Court Iicu.e door' iu Mtli'onon the first, New Goods. hielth.

: t.t organization ? To elect a Speaker, in the purification of the blood, &c. That yourmerit MONDAY in JUNE next, the following described SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE Bar wum else ibon:.: te e1'ected(mui ee wbn kaoiv.with
r% in order that on Abolition Committee may in the introduction of this invaluable plant lands, or to much thereof as will satisfy the Taxes .1U 5T receiving,and now opening,per n 0ill, BITTERS, hi: compsraziiy ( eedcth. orda Ir.quft. astionie

..r -. ; t t** S lake possession of the District : inorderihat may be appreciated, is the sincere wish of du1 thereon for the year IfeJO, to witThe ,J a general assortment, and for sale of all by kinds ol gu anddomeste.goo' Designed for. and inwe.. DvsPepsi3, Liver Camplaint flow experience ninch mnre to cook hsu.wtai aid iarvenp I., ii that itt the, a ersoas ri'mii."a sho OIzetL ass

1 t' with all the forms of law the South I Icxcluied he Yours *ineerely, R. H. WINSLOW.P S E 4 and N E of Sec 10, E i N\V I niSec, Piles, scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred itacture medicine, drnv-i f.'r
may Ncvemnher 10. 15 1. 41 S. F. BURNEY"
; :Pamphlet containing a dcjcription of Call.fornia to, IV J Si:4.Sec 3T l 1, R7, N and E., belonging, *resulting from a disordered stomach or impure VIAK STOMACHS ASD :ETEz3L1D srnzrs,
: ,.- from the Territories ? in order that together with interesting infotmalion in relation to award Bryan. Elate of bliwnl.DH. ihonJ snow well ta. medieat pmpertje, it pLtn *. the bid

It a new Abolition State may be admitted into lolheCA. CHAi.AGUAi8iemaikabWfnea! I Al'iotheNSec33N> i. Soc32ESESee, For Sale or Exchange HULL'S WORM LOZENGES 1:1.0 uEtnner: eziai'o of ucurtn: IJ COntLrtg ibai tiea1r. 't".
S 7 of ifSd
;' i the Union ; in order that all the money in the and urw, are GIVEN AWAY at the AGENCIES 20N bSee2OSW I- Sec 2ISWSic2SE ii.'IVE: Mules and a Wagnn. Roller and Saw Gin, Thesafest, roost elTectual!, and pleasant preparation the human iyszaza.IIitiwI.drv ai4 T"" the P1 vsrinn ren dseasas" wIut*S.$

and millions to be raised I.by Sold by LEWIS & AMES, Sec2SN; W 4, Seas, S i, S-c; 20: W i. S F 4, .1. for sale or exchange for a pair of good Horse before the pubUc, for the eradication of Won.s,, in II i o rr.t(T&UJ4 up..n th., vnforaie ii gwinr kM IsIS
$-r Treasury, twenty TalUhawee Florida. and a i two Horse Waaon. Children orAdults.. wounded hniuaaiW.Ia .. ISreEore
;
Agents, cc *, l4' SeC 2 J'? T J bR .1,5 aid E., belong health
:; loan, may be appropriated in the proportionS tobcrC, IS 19. 30 Ctn 5Un S. Jone November 10. 1S49. 41 JOHN P. DUVAL. HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES .aoil bui1shi an4 Ln5rmv bh.wnn. Aid thai CUP r.g.r IttCUBTOW IS. cu'h..t anJ.' KIO biv'keii.

hi: four dollars to the North, and one to the Also, lots No.! an 5 5 in fractional Sec 25. N i. Sec Will PRSTEST Consumption, and CURE all cases ot tiu SOUGHT and FIJZIMI the oppnrty sad msaas 10 bd

;,S :.: -: South; and finally, in order that Mr. Meredith P. P. LEWIS, 2G, V i, S E 4a.l K i, S W 4, Sec 2-3, T 10. R 1 l3.S Coffee, Flour, &c.O Colds, .Asthma,Spittin. l Blond' Pains ln the Side, Grand

.. I may have an opportunity of recommending rr ; arid 1 L., belonging to John Miller. I !BARRELS best brand Northern Fliur.f2r Shortness of Breath,and all other Pulmonary Corn.plaints. Universal Remedy Concentrated
.
,- JOHN II. PATTERSON .
.! I that Southern commerce be burthcned wit WING determined to change his location from si > i.do do do do do wtbi the reacbsnd ti lbs knwIed ofaIl wbn aetil iII&Iay
$ I Thatriauvillc, Ga. to TaUahassc-e, Fla., wouldrespeiuIly Tax Collector for Madison County. CO bags best Rio Coffee, -.i isoDR. inn Learn sad kuw.br j"Vf S vsprt.ice. it.
: new taxenfor ihe benefit of Pennsylvania forge tender his professional services to thecitizens November 2(, 1SI 19.? 40 fan 10 do do Java do HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE TILL, -transcendent Power to Heal.

.1'. and Massachusetts looms! It is easy lose of this and the surrounding country. lie 10 boxes beet chewing Tobacco, Well known as a Safe Certain, and Effectual Cure Sold wholesale and retail

: r4 WHy the North with all these objects before vi1l visit Montictllo, Madison, and Thomasvill, Hamilton County Tax Sale. 10 do cotniaon chewing Tobacco, for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermit tent by CO.
and allother Fevers. THOMPSON. SKILU1AN & ,
Fr-ice
S ': -- them, should bo anxious to enter upon their Ga., where he will be prepared to practice his pro.tc3ion virtue of the power vested in me by lav I 5 bbls. Crushed Sugar, Cents Bar. reduced to <
York
B 5 boxes Loaf do per Nassau New
in all its various branches hoping t liorn many hall for sale, before the Court Ho'* 102 street,
fruition. Something more inviting ought I Il to expose The above Medicines
h L in the science to be able Young Hyson, Black, and Imperial Teas. fresh and genuine. are for
years experience to give eritiblaclioa. door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County. FJjr Andby LEWIS & AJItS, \
before sale by
U ; l be offered lo the Southern men, they Ju3t received, and for sale by LEWIS & AMFS.TalIahaee
; ; lire All will be warrantee .
operations rida, n the first Monday in June next,(I&W,) beingthe3d TalIahasse'H
move one step towards the organization of the Ladies waited on at their residence. day of that month, the following describe! November 3, 1949. 43 S. F. BURNEY. }'a. Agents.
For
;&ti House.! The North can organize it,-Icthe'm Refcrenccs-Drs. D.I A. Brandon,A. W. Presto, property, or so much thereof an will be sufficient to certificates of recommendation, and other information April 21, 1S49. 16-ly

.::! c;i do BO. Let them elect Giddingn. He i is S. S. \dams, .1. H. Hill, Rev. P. P. Smith, Thomas pay the Slate and County Taxes due thereon for the, For Sale, advertisements concerning, and the above Medicinessee future
pamphlets, which be ob.taned BlacksmithingOD. .
their in the position they yule.Dra. year 1S49, to wit : 9I1 LIKELY AND! VALUABLE NEGROES- of the may
representative Agents.MarchlS,1SIS.
V proper W. J. Brin, m anti J. H. Pope,Madison Coin TheN W 4 J'f' '"OS W 4of Sec 1.TJ.R 13,5 .*S.d __ cien, boys, women and children, women and OOD.) substantial, and cheap Blacksiuithiog tall
Let know where fine 35
to
; now occupy. us hIoue.s >. and E. to to William J. Stab!', *-
purporting belong Mills. girls. Call and ace at the store of kinds done at the Shop near my
I Jhein, and they in turn shall know where to :,- Office at Mrs. J. L. Dcmilly's. WILEY LEE, S. S. KNIGHT.ctlon copied? last year by Miller &, Brokaw. -

1; S find ui.ut October 13. 1843. 40 Cm Tat M3eqSorand Collector Hamilton Co. October27. 1SIO. 43 Drags, Medicines, &c. January 20, IS19. 3 A. A.S. .

November24, IS-19. 48 Cm
S ; THE GALPIN HOUSE. Insurance Company of New Jersey' ,, EDWARD BARNARD, JR., S
So far tho Demo. S. Knight'ILL
good Beginning.- as CAPITAL .
.VNANSVILLE FLORIDA Hamilton County Tax Sale. $200,000. TTAS ueceS.br the late arrivals old stand where
have made clean a bi' ,
.U have they a continue business at
th cr gone JJ_
4j ; : sweep' of the whig office holders in the Cap.ftol ) ii TIII public are inlormcdtbat the GAL. B virtue of the power vested in me by Jaw, 1 Fire and Marine Insurance. UINE DRUGS addition AND to MEDICINF.s his stock of GEN- \\ he hopes to wait on such of his friends aa have -
shall expose for sale, before the Court House LEWIS & AMES t. all of liberal* patronage,prcnis-
; hlou.s"is now opened for the ,
PIN reception which heretofore extended so
will the -
\ We hope they on good : are of good ,
Cb carry door in the town of Jasper?Hamilton CnityFlorida1on Tallahassee quality, lowfor Cas1. articles at fair prices
..'--'-- --of Boarders and Travellers, and they may Agents, Florida Ausoon hand log that l all shall have <*J
is : Iisl work until they have purged the basement *to.ry. re4 assured there xvill be no pains spared in making the first Monday in March next, 1S50 bein October 13,1549. 40 Cm which are warranted agenerala.ssortmen0f the follow.Ing April 23,1S40. If

,' : phfl Lynchbttrg Jiepublican.S them comfortable: as far as in the power of the Pro- the 4th day of that month, the following describe3properly. ilouck's Panecea Rowand's genuine, viz,
,
rtodoeo. His ulables arc new and in firm or so much thereof 09 will be sufficient to $25 Re-ward. Improved Tonic Mixture -
prictor Vistar's
the State and Taxes due thereon for theoar1SW. Ratsata of Wild Cherry, Br ndreth', Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
County
_
5rnebody'cryViCketIY5aYhthattW'0b10m' rate ordcr. and t first rate Oilier always in alienI. pay ,_ from the subscriber sometime Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Catharlit and
to wit: RUNAWAY Camphor, have on hand t\va hundred

1: ,,., c Ing joung ladies got caught out in a show. 'ance.N B. Private apartment*always furnished- for laGEO. Iot No. 3. fractional Sec 24, Lot No. *'fractional e girl named SYLVIA month of,of dark completion- Worm, Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpianci's T HE iffy subscribers ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which the*
had home "J'kcro Ce1ebratedFevrand
'.1 *.r fcrjr recently, and when they got jiej. GALPIN, Sec3.5Nand E.T 1 R 12,purporting to belong to -.tbout five feet five six inches Ague Remedy,Lucenia Cordial, have obtained direct from the manulacturcrs, *

; S jijbife! rain bad washed ihe verycolor* out of Zewnan5YihleJune 23. 1819.-25 Proprietor.Notice. Felix Liv&ngstoo.& and spare made, and,has wd or She i is high,PpoS Thompson a Eye Water,MeMunna' Elixir of Opium, ''they will warrant it to be a superior article,
eyes. SancisSarsaparilla
Turner's *
Fever Wta
WILEY LEE and and
WS3&ii.--.i._ Ague of
j Pills, stock Drugs
mat pity enlarscd ear
a to be lurking around Tallahassee and is We t have
;z Tax Awrssnr and Collector Hamilton Co. no doubt Tyler a ditto, Gordon's Billions and Anti.Dyspeptjc acd areprcr'arudto ex i vats
often in the of the by recent an ,
city crenincsamon tree PzIls
? negroes Ilcckwith's ),

November 24. 18 9. 40 3m Anti-Dyspeptic Pill, Peters' 5taI
wholesale or
: : 1badiicn listening the vocal A ECTING of the Stockholders of the Southern lies husband.when she eft,- wa R. Hayward7, hot Spencer a Prils, and is Agent for S. P.,Townsend's and ordersior articles io cnrline at "". *

ung ladies, declared that .tt bile Insurance & Trual t Company will be held Pain Killer. Henry, ontheTrndvrril place, and it is supposed celebrated SarsaparUh, in quart bottles en the most accommodating terras, wt"* .
due t B
and sounds.i2S at the Office of the Company in this citY on |he CutMonday that shehasgot him jet. bat tIe. Also,superior Lemon at pe We have also a few account*yet r

r tongues In December,next, for the choice of, Irus.tee. A FRESh supply of Perry Davis Pain Killcrjust The above reward will be paid for her apnrehen pure Ciric or Lernn Aeni Syrup, prejmed Iron, tear 1817. They are generally iff small

[or the ensuing c.3 received and for sale hy *!ioih a delivery to William Johnson.on Lake Jack, sick. o orIinary than tar preferable for the but if the whole could be naid nhortlv. it
use that
doubt ab year.ROBERT T. WHITE &-CO. ** V fT r.- usually sold, London certain umne Yv1iVII "
pcrb.Vhcn you LYON, CasbS.it Aents.ove son. V. .. Porter i&C., &c. far towards hiqi ating
:
1C 1ft
7aIabassee, November 3, 1619. ? ? ber 17, 45 rJctQbeT 20, 181 ?. if : JunlO, 1849. 47 i- !r.Iq LEWiS AL5 Ahrt_

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