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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: January 12, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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BY lULTOfl & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FA., SATVTIDAY) JANUARY 1 12 1850.() VOLUME II-- -NO. 1 .

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: ;' fe 3ouruan Claims of the Florida Volunteers, &c. cordance with the militia law of this State, w.u, wore withdrawn from the Slate, and only dernes, nothing was done for their security goin< tu fire, but (Ion) you run till! you gtvome
ljcJoriMau; which provides that If a sudden invasion or one company of Florida volunteers remained and protection. No troop-* were furnish ihe gun.'

Letter fr
vKBV xvrnimv n K.W.VG.TII I'rc.sident of lie United ..Sftiks.1aXITTIVE "threatened on any portion of the S'lte' the milted to trade at will lo that post, and to pur. settlements! could rally for safety in cisi? of I took deliberate aim-I could see his ears

** commanding officer of the militia, or any chase amunttion without restraint, and, of danger. And when the evil ihy crime, and plain!: I judged from that: where his eye

inTuner DII'.tnrNNr; s portion/ thereof adjacent therein, shill: be and course, had every opportunity afforded them to they were driven from their> hoim, t they had were or the lull lower part of hit head-
if vnc.
etc Oou.M |pt'r annum, iiliiu paid' SILR mont ti.Fov Tallahassee, "ov. i Jt 11U. 44 he is hereby authorized and enjoined to or- see the defenceless condition of the frontier lo build for themselves hazily constructed? de! and tired at the same lime almost, snatching
> H *", |ii J p&14 s '
; AI. ii not |uid until the end oft lit- er To His Excellency ( en. 'A. TAYLOR, '. der out the militia under his comnuml] to re. settlements. And moreover the neutral fences, into which their wives and children at my double barrel. It was well I did for it

will be iipi Hy adhered to, ando President of the United $tates. pel or suppress the same, and tr>ops thus ground, which was to have been provided, between were huddled together, without scarcely a was a good ana's length olT. Tho instant I
PIOMwill,- flie ttZfl t e discontinued until all! atr'arag are.aid Sir-It appears from return! made to the *. ordered into service, shall be subject to and the Indian reserve, was not respected) cover to shelter them from ihe inclemency of tired the beast sprung fifteen or twenty fee:

unIPS4 at th' o1btIoU| ol the publishers. Sup,- office of the Quarter Master General of this governed by the rules and articles of war of but was run out by parties of United Slates the weather ; and where. I am attired, many right out and with a roar, hor-aur-ar-r-r,
Arriwill. bau-cfiv.nl: for tl.n-e. im.iilhs at One Stale, that the following companies of volun- '. the Government of the United States' and Surveyors down to the Indian border, and in yd remain, under circumstances of suffering' came tearing towards me with furious bounds.

IMUr-'ii months at jl?1 M. E cry ord.-r tor with the leers were called into service on the Indian shall bo entitled to all the pay aid emolu- some Instances over it, and sales of land were and privation of the musi heart-rending Iescpptinn. I only had time to cock one barrel, and I really

raw* ih.Hut unli-M of$ this the county order inu coinenr> before think I articulated (hi a myself! Now nothing

q ht igul1Il' authorized n eiili in the Stato.ke Governor Moseley, on the occasion These arc believed lobe jtisldcmaiids, which provoke the Indians to acts of aggression and they were matured, or could be secured b-it the most determined coolness can save

of recent Indian disturbances : 1 consider it my duty to urge upon th attention violence, and to endanger the sal ty and se. and having exhausted the scanty supplies! me,' (for from the fearful leaps the beast took

A iVZRTIeE 7.1Wili From Ihc County of Leon.-Capt. Fisher'sCompany Congress, and 1 engage in the performance ci'rilj of Ihe frontier settlements, which the which they were enabled to secure in their I thought I had missed him ) I 'Aailed until

at the rate oOueIlLarperqusrc of mounted men, mustered in tUKhJuly. ) of this duty the more cheerfully and confidently United Slates Government was bound to protect (flight) many must be reduced to a state bordering he had! made three leaps, and was then within

4f t*, tniti lor llic frt, and ftll-v cent toradi Capt. Johnson's Company of I Infantry, from the persuasion that your Excellency and dt-frnd. The Territorial Govern- on starvation, unless the Federal Gov- len or twelve yards of me, an I tired full at

$14gQ4IIfuIt inaiii:i inert OH Irgal i m notice A reasonable, estate% not icr I2LdUCII'U. \t.It.( &mustered in 4th August. understands all the circumstances in relation infill repeatedly urged t the consideration ofthisMHlo c'-nment, as it is in duty bound to do, shall af. his brea.ot; ; finding him still come on I sprung
i tie
I will, 00tf without alteration, b> i versuts haunt; From the County of .1hchti.-Ctpt. 1)111'sI to the continuance of this remnant of the SPIUinolc of thing upon lh< attention ofthe General ford them immediate relief. And I fuel! the offside ways, and he lit a (few feet beyond
t'eiuUi aci-ouuts with the uthc. | Company of mounted men, mastered ind tiibe of Indians Florida, and ll.e iblig'ltjcii < :crnmenl, but its complain!* and r inou neriissily) the more imperiousy* lot ced upon I where I hid; stood. I cocked tli1 m other burr"!

All ann ..uuccment* ot candidate tor oflk*. five i August. 4iI the paii I vf the !'-'edelal gtiver.i.'. ut fL1ts: were not regarded. And since $the me to urge ihis subject upon lie a.tentioa of atnljstood ready for him, but he looked towards
,Iosl. *._._*'"'ariahy order' '"tor*auuouucctauit. No ttUltJIlilJ ,unless From tiLe Ccvniy of" Duial.-Capt. Led- 10 !keep thr.i! undur propt r restraint and conticl (k n.alhn of ihe Staff (Government( not a year Congress as, by the system, of biennial ses.siolls the few peop'e who hud been with the man
i'8'i to 3
bf my
t cuuntalUtJ wit'i' the cash. a with'* .ui.pa.uy ot m unt-d mtn ::',.t.rd in7thAugut. -''vhioli places them in A portion, in le- I; s passed that these Mibjcct< have not been adopted by, this Slate, (here will not be I) with the gun, who were now far ofT. Seeing;

A:1 r ii..t u taarrwgp, sni ouituary fioutr* pub'lik'ic.1 ;;aid to the Stale of Florida, diHering from the prvvd n the strongest terms upon ihr con- a session of the representatives:; of the people this I ran eight or ten yards ; he turned and!
giatu4toi.-t.ly: ju: cditoiis! Coticci for }>niH 1 ro.vi the Lo;. :tv f o'r.'tha.-Cnptaiii' | relations of any of the other tribes t
% &O bt charged as advertisement*. Knight'a company mounted men, t mustered in regard lo the other States of this Union-and and upon Congress, liy the Goyrnor: of ihis''I; vindicate the rights of their immediate constituents tin,; point of pulling! my last trigger when ht

JOB WORK. I Jin 7th .%ugtt. Capt. Kills' companyolmoun- will cordially co-operato with me in pressing State and: liy resolutions of the General A>- I than I can hope to do. i tmt that stumbled! and fell, but gut uji; again direct!

n "'is-1 xec''e 3 h 'Vuju1 ted men, mustered in fcth August. upon) Congress the necessity, on principles of a--rnijJj At the tirit session of time General your rxeHleney, impressed with(! a sense of its and fell agLin. I had given a fellow my pow

w*c b rar4l i hlauik.i. V3tn)>*i1ot fcr.. with t fl4'ii- From the/ County of IIiII.boroug1z.-Capt. humanity and justice, of nuking some immediate I U--emi.!y as early ab the 10h: July, 1815, I importance and justice, will make! ihis cotjinmnicatioii derllisk to hold( so I hut it might be mor-
.bI a'i't' &t.MuarIi. All \\ 'ik ot t tim <'.<"
v; In |' M u uin ha tog \i'rV: rcntu with drew forage and provisions for 26 horses and Hy) tin' treaty of Payne's Landing, concluded: a.i vtfii? ursjng upon the President and upon to Conjrre.-s at an early day ol tho session. were still I I running although good half a mil

th. ofn-e, t'I'It> t t bo ', tof "n men. the Oth May, 1:32: it \va* stipulated: that ''the} ( "4igt! t" the i unpriitf. ''sd ermdi, Ion of the With assurances of my high) respect and ell'; so I h.lioed and motioned that I wantei

; I Having I received satisfactory i information Seminoie Indians relinquish to (the tinted i'.<-i'er; I'ttJimeu's' and, their c'aitus for losses consideration, I am your most obedient serv't. to load my gun, and stood sill ; after torn
: : Business Carts, &T.. from the .Secretary ofVar and from the commanding *' ta'es all claim to the lands they at picsent iistaim 1 by India; ii depredations. They say I THO. KKOWX.JVo driay! he mado; a tremendous circuit an.

(Jeneral in Tloiida: that a sutlU'kut j *. occupy in the TenHory of Florida, and agree .. n'fl regard il as one of the earliest and inoi I !hrou'ht it to me. Durinir this time tha ti"**.

LEWIS k AMES, force of United State troops had li.-tn ordered I 1 "to emigrate to the country aligned to the *'ini;,or ait: of ihe duties devolvedjip them: as // the liuliu Sj'oitmx Review.INrious hud raised:; ; ; himself several times, and grovvlel'

UKALIKS: INUJUJCS. to the frontier of Florida and \vcre in thu Creeks west of the Mi *i--ippi[ liver," and "an i iudt-ppirU'iit! member of iheUninn, local! mot t fiercely at me-but he could do no more.I .

MKUICINKS. PAINTS. OIL, I tield for the defence ol'tho settlements and the that they '''will remove in three years after the I i4'th.ittcnti.in( vf f Congress to the losses stMain- Art\eeitmv. tvitii aTht 'i'Ct'. I loaded and walked up to the back of him, hft

Tiittt irlitlcs Perfmnfry, it.. M'initaT flats protection of its inhabitants ; and that the ', ratification of this agreement." Therefore "ed by t ihe uihtbitanlo-diring: the la'p cru-jl e.. [ : following truly spirit .I aCIiir, i is told was brea'hing' very heavilyand I was hesita

raTTrl'k' HltrHI:* AM COI/Kk, State volunteers would not bo mustered into their removal, by the provisions) of that treaty, "drtfeoj.itingSeinin le var-lo the ir j'1-.t claim-, in a private) : letter, which Iris been placed in | hug whether to fire again or nof, when he lift

LpoItilearies'
fl1tr.ibov; l r constantly on udai..i torIal3 a! the Order oftlie lirst of October,directing them of May, 18:53.: Rut? some: diliiculiy occurring "these !losvs "; AuJCov.( Mivlt-y in his Mcs- the port, and who has had his hair breadth to the back of his ear and gave him the coup

J. liw t market j r!> tolwj uiustcred out of tin1 Stale service, copies in regard to their rcrrroral, (Jen. Clinch agreed I a o to tho 'Ictirrai Assembly! in Nov. !? {.", escape.-A. C.j] dc grace. Ii was some time before any ono

I.UW1S k AMP.S.ilicr of which I trausmilted to the Secretary jf'| to a postponement until the mot.tu of No1 1 irr- -rfjf "The Gtveinmcut of the United States Knowing thai take! nrich interest in would come near me, but when they saw me

Tia" )vffl } 20), 1S47. 3 IS \\'ar at \Vth' 1gL"fl, and to the iJuneralcotnmauding her of that year, and 1'nally! they refused tncompU surely bound by every consideration of jus- sporting adventures! you, being a keen spoilsmanouisulf tike hold of lie tiger's bead they came from
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at 'i'.uiip iJ.i) uilh the provision. of the and tic" and huitum .ako al! and I had hundred
ALF-X. C. MORTON, treaty !>: tjity lo ; early provision } 1 forward you!! an account nf; a tiger quarters a or more around -
foiN1: Atf 1A'7us1oner It wi'l' i IL seen that these troop were or. the war ensued :and continued under various fin ilir losses sustained by this tuifoi lunate por. I was lucky enough to kill on the I 11th of Iecurnber ) me directly ; and now that they fount?
ttaml into service by Hov. Moseley, inimediatt'ly circumstances, greatly l to I lie I injury of the i people lion of our citizens. The policy of the Feile. Jiyganau'hporij on ihi; J.iunil thi; liger vas: really dead it was with the
imear
of! Itci3i) for Ihc Klates of on the ink'Uiyence i-onrhjug the Capitol of Florida until the ion intezed into I uld them from
pacificat ral Government in hereli J're (leii'iitling this river. I extract the account flora ni jotirual. 1 giralest ditfioully c keep put-
1tstt, Flcrda nod Miuippirtcs of the State, of the murders committed on by ( en. NVotth, in I H-4'2. It should botakrn tribe JuJi.ini! 10 remain ii) our Territorial: which ) Ping speus in it and beating it. I tied his two
AT CO1.Mfl Gt'ii.t&' .. ?(ome of our icllmv citizens at their 1.nie into consideration that in all tlu says :- and hiid bamboo betwixt
: o arrangements limits! not ouly in unldtiou ol'he: Treaty of About two-half P. M.' a nun came runniii lore : legs together, put a
tiv e taitlifnl 1t4iilion I t'i'u v.1 ti ut'g au vJiii.it; in tic! peaceable suit <.)' their arcus. of Florida had voice I fellows marched off
the each sixteen
put people no or j l'nlie's J.atiiimg, laliiitr'httore tha ten years an1
down the of the
hi entiu-itetl u to him. in I the 'units >t to : edge witer: jut ahead of ,
ct.4'e Circuit, m; .M'wf g**, JUrrii, T1hut, Mw it and ; --, at Indian River on the IJlih; ,, amid at in their consequences aijd results., Living j meats-solcinul ,* rcncvved, and treacherously had seized a mm close by, an.-l thai; although I n iw wanted my rifle, but the fellow had
*ud HI the t'uuniK* ol' Uui.ell, M cun and I Pease Creek u the I ITth of July Jat ; and under a territorial form of gorrriuitenl, they ; violated on tbcirpait, under circumstances: fkfaggj.ix'aJcd the man was alive they were ufraid togo fling it away as he ran ; however \ve soon

u?A1Ishama.I t'1J. 33cmaguerreotype upon the urgent call and advice of fcome of could look oiillo time nitcd States for pro pe.iidy and cruelly, is a subject to near to fetch him ; thai the tiger had loll |I found it. 1 went to look at the place where

the tiNHl intelligent, observing and reliable tection and( ju>tice. The treaty fir the removal which my ii'i.'iitiou has uol unficiHi'-iilly been the man and gone in a liitlu distance, but the tiger had: lain ; it was a dry nullah about
Miniatures.a. men in the Eastern rind Southern portions of of the Indians which resulted in wide the mouth and back
a bloody directed Jnc juir last adjourn men It i.s to when tha man moved lo get away the tiger lour feet al running
M. -\um.vc- I this Siat"-men well acquainted with Indian and destructive v. _r, long to )be remembered t j nu- a source of unfcigtied regret that the poli- seized him again, and that as he understood about ten feet to a point, and about four feet

)ii. ri'ttlu1v git.' rjre( toot 1Ie LtiicIt |' character and habit-, and whocnn>idercd these by the settlers uct- (outrage as indicating a spirit of deteriniii'd laiu! in Florida of the that he could have lain down with-
ir.eaM.irr general
(;vii1 I'inn TjlUhj- .' and '. ie.it was a tio! of the In.liri.iij, prompted as the measure nJ] make u liaise with them, so that they probably
t, t.ki n cnut in Hi.-lci-N Himilinc, 'i rtI. ho.-lilit}' which! would soon, manifest itself governinerit, dictated as well by cons iu-*ration' { was not only by dictates of humanity to the might yet the man. At first I thought' it was being seen. I went Oft to the boat to iio

I.. Bull i. l'rtonu' Store, \vhne he will tup | in a general dcstrurti) of the lives and of pecuniary benefits, as of general policy, by: t p. ;-i.e! but as an ,icl (justice, should not have native like, a g.t-at deal riLt und: a great what: I could do for the poor wounded follow.Tlie .
irt tit.'e. and aiuIat! Us ti h *ttrtiti ,n and iu- projiejiv ol'our& citizens upou the v/hole line of : the! finigration v.'hich the removal of 110 Inch-! bt PU carried out in rfjj-ard to tie! ScminoleIn -,." deal more exaggeration, bt:: when 1 looked at wound in his back was from the tiger's
it t1te wl would hi' iikenes
:<* a olm our exposed and dotenceie.ss frontier, airi from 1'lorida calm''at ed to mouth and fearful his literally ,
ans was eimcoiirii. v I a one : hips were
(
OUo'ucrof Cow.r ?.lo t-l-jv, inf.irnio-i' be m-J w earnest and so
s
ti &iId rntarP &' fl.tUI .,...1 .. .>. .. .. l. !.<> J- ,UJ) \viif''> '* .'_,. '.- -- ,e_Ram--, year,, my sriMshetl. and his entrails
a \\eaUtfi. .'.. --: __.-_-- I : ; ai i 'h. i-ii.t '.. .._.J protruding ;
asj-.i
? 'J .i *v
brILct d >ntl aicit.j tu call and tale 1li ft< n< -a trt- exn I I. .' .os t.. u u ihr- lnJi.ns, and the defc'ii.okss humg: like a tiger eating; a niu-i at I.Mr. : upper part his body were
Inc t *. would be done unless the would the lamia of the Uamcd: Stale, in
+ 1'19. 43 trMAfclAKO injury iuo l ghe to ( ituHtu/li of th>J ironlter teUlenr.'titi. I ininedi: t 'iy ordered the bolt, auJ! loaded from the tiger's claws ; his shoulder and left

prompt and efficient measures were taken by Florida, aid: therefore became to thesepioneer..- ALin, in 1i IG uiiid Is 17, the subject ol the I II i very jarcfu!!}' my large rule ami( iloublti barrel arm were smashed ; of course with suck
the authorities of this State lo place upon the apd purchasers of the public duiaai'.i: in the wounds these I COUld! do I
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.x ro"t. l> rAVTTOVLE j run>val ot'the Indian: and remuufiali: cf and went to the top of the ban!;, which was as nothing. gave
&. PAPY trout if r a bullicient lbrc to repel the incuriou& wilderness an important ccnsiderailon in the: ciii'i'-tu I feet foio! him so'ue laudanum and inado him a comntr.able -
jour for losses sustained, is stiougli j here twenty high ( vi: by all the
of thofef marauding ravages, and kiepthcta contract, vlncli they \hail\ and have a right to I bea of some' bamboos and the straw from
iUcrntys and roinnellon uAV.N 1 tw, i I urged tiptu lti'e! :Jent and Congress by the boatmen and scivanls, one v ith a sw.r'J without
in check until the (iorcimneiit of the call mpoim the gei'u'-al' government in good faith I the bei-r botlles, and sent him ofl to an indigo
< termed an aciation toy the Piartice (Governor; ,and by resolutions oi'lhe General A- a handle, and] time rest with bamboos.) I II
I I'liitcd State-. coyW order into thU State and fulfil. And he of .
and es-ation
justice to ( Iwtilitie.s that I un.ierstood Just
f l.tw will attend the .f, rl Courts i.tiddl. anti) District the
wi rioridi. in >uitlh ai'-s' ageto the tieueral AssCRiblj pif.M-s this (I with not a tree or bush in them fr half a min.
.,If U. S it lm.rc.! ( All !>unn? ,i enttui'rdth : of Florida, a militaiy lorce buiiiciout to in. mai/ed by the same tiger earlie.'
'iiijcct
i Ktce, cpoii i : or a ; some {
.ir c*t, will rrcf iv* ptutnyt attention.trfr ure the feaJety and protection of the bonier in Florida likewise done for the be.iet.t -
was : t ill the day : his wounds were in the sam:
Utlicin: ihe :. Congress, and gays : "To obtain a speedy as i huts a longdistance olfjo hue right and left. I Ij
tItttu. settlements.So and convenience of the general goein.uient .' ell j pans of his body and of exactly the same description
F.ttr' I. 1c4j.ML:1)i v upca tabb removal of this remnant j stopped and thought it ijnjio.-aible that a tiger
.uddeis and uneipfcteu1 werj the-o out.break1 without consulting the intou- &t< i T- t the other. I did the for
: as
-* doubtie! the hero for if same :
: ( ,AL | -u t"ihal Ditoi powerful! liibe, i is could be any w mar, a cat had bet n
.NOTICE. occurring uuluii few of each of Florida. For it will be
a days contend
people not him. The fellows had now brought the tiger
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I uniiuul de>ire of the people of lhs State. 4 there it appeared as if it must have btcu.seen.The .
Dr. other. ::t t n .ii4ittt points oa the Atlantic ed that (the United Slates had not the power tc* 'I I to the top of the bank and stolen all his whiskers.
Charles T. Darby ] Any measujes, howeter, which thalf! lit aM man probably! taking my hesitation for
and the < 'tlf that a general panic uas crea- compel the whole of the Seminoie Indians tc) 0 As I took his measure, it was eight:
T ESPKC: rf"'I.l.Va' will vinwof the Indians fear said
) : Inunre !( public i in eII- I "dajtd, a inducing : -
IX thi! t.e Itt I ted. Tlj puoplcMTC 0\iug: iroin their )homes comply with their part of the treaty of 1'ajne'a! feet and ten inches long from hose to end c.
en p Tiii: i.y 1CAt4 tnUonut III i iu e1.rir1t; may terminate in war, and 4 Sahib, it is a small tiger, it is lame, it has
!u, i- !<>!< '*, I, d mil l tue K.i.tid nt all j to hn>tilv thci n-np defences, or escaping as Landing. i litiice. bclrc any steps are taken towards been shot by some hubib Jogtie, il can't run, it ; tail, three tVet eight in height behind, three
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inltti proiniion1; 'ujsK1.1. Strict att4'llVLun wiJj 1 best they roulJ from the imjw .
uding
rlaiiger.j feet inches the fore shoulder ant'i
I eleven at
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I
The Hon. John C. | and efficient can't hurt
Is paid to a 1 prteiu'a! ralihUay The iuiiabitatits of 'ttbitient Spencer, Secretary o ii negotiation, a large mili'aryI j you.
j one including \Vur in letter '* the line divi- 4 I said here is but i two feet through the ipper part of the fore leg.
J. 'iO :> a lo Major f.Jen. cott, datfi I ; Ibree iln-'iri, bo thrown upon I l But. nothing a paiJy-
J ruca, women: ami children, who had the advintage
TEo. V 10th :May, 16-12, sass : "anxious to curtail the s ding lime white bftltlcments and the I hn'ian : field, there i is no place fir uti i r Kre.' The ue\t day after 1 had skinned him I fbuiik
< ; V. UTTCIIIXS CMJiping by water, reached the city ineW 'o the j. And hluuld! the General Governneu 1 lie There sahit- lhereT' his head measured two feet nine incurs rovnr'I
extraordinary expenses i f wss.-- i"i: ( | replied, [pointing
AUCTIONEER of St. Augustine in tip! triot distressing and fare, and sincerely desirous of promoting ; : not Imnieuiaicly atleui* t U oiii re- :ib''it: fifty::} yards ahead where there wvie tcuri I was f'1 owed for two days by lots of native
pitiable condition which called forth the I
T4Ij..fll.1ssk: ;. l'L.1. (1fthc citizens comuiirferalion peace, the President directs thai Col. Wort!,i quest it.r tbeir removal, it is believed such a i: or live men standing. i I who wuuted to Sec< the sahib who shot the t

ft err R 11 meeting ; nut! jm a full in a general town had be autl'orized, as soon as he shall deem i:t i morce : now liemarded to restrain the In- ) 1 ran up to iheM quickly, and when I got I ger, after waiting; until it got close to hit

; ?1 ?,?', J.V.. AS&TI.I:, I>. C. Wumo' j before she L Tnited States Judge investigation j i",r the ,Nor- expedient, to declare that ho'tiiitie.- aiu*!t j j ''dians wahia their prescribed boundary', and to them above fifty jarJa further I saw a poor J. W. K.
f. f!. f I.AWJ, J.Hortu and J.T.Awcuak. them Di-trict of Florida, it uas lcUTn.iucd to 44 the Indinns: have ceased, and thvt they v.jl,1 -' from acts of violence, and 10 atibid quiet to I wretch, crawling on one side on the ground ;

Mssi i iu, | >-J3. 10 t Icommunitate the t litcts and call upon! the Executive 44 not be re.newtd tinle-s provoked by new fcg. j '- the alarms of our citizens, and security toI and I never saw such an expression of inter .i Fin in the Hear.-The[ majority for Jacob

<. L. ItLUI, il. 1>. 7. KJjfD, U. D. I of the State fur a force which: would 4' gressioni on their part Rut it is nVcruu!I i their pro; erty." So that it can be clearly despair: as that which the poor fellow ghinceu! Thompson, member of Congress from
insure immediate protection to the exposed 44 advisable that a force equal la ut lea& /urc) j nd conclusively shown th .t t the people of Flosi behind him or one more indicative of imploring I Mississippi is 'J:1S9.: He is the man who iti

. Drs. SHIELDS k BOND, and defenceless from icr. 44 regiments be rd'iini'dtfori a conhn or liiu I fidj. have ut all times looked to the General (for assistance as he looked towards IH. I I the House of Representatives, moved the pro

TTAV1,1, ai.ieuatpd i l t4enelvea gether in the Judge! Itroiisonays in a lettrr to Governor "oprotection for the frontier .eik.u'st.-- j Government; as bound to e-trect ihe removal ofj ran up to him quickly ; he could nut speak I viso lo the vote thanks to old Zack, for Ins

11. *'t:' f .it,f M !ir.ie, Sui rry, &c., okr! tbeirto j 1Qsu'leV, all this seems toput it beyond question | 44Ti! actionf Cot.srece will be i.i iutcd to j time Seminoie Indians agreeably lo the prov'nioi land was covered! with wounds, one fearful I good conduct at Monterey, which the whigs
iarIcr 'he ei'i/eii< ol uiticy and tLe mrrwuiidcountr that the rising is general, and that all ai'l in the defence tf the Territory 1 > the of the treaty of IVyne's I/uuiing, j I one in the Mivill, of ho back : t ihe people had said: was a move to censure him. The emphasis

Qtinr fl 1't4,4. 31 the Indians are engaged in the hostilities ; 4.< settlement ''i'our citizens there, and uttering which completed' the ziegtitiatiulm, aiim! the substijts" a I little i dooly with t them, I had him laid on with which he has been endorsed by his
hence the most vigorous and prompt measures tt Utein! induccment.s cir such settlements by it trolly of Fort Gadsden for their re- that and sent off to my boat. The rimen sai.l, constituents tells[ a bad tale for the General's

Thomas Jeff. Heir, j-ecrn necessary. I low large a force should 44 gratuities of Ian 1, by allowing then; juti.ms inuv:' and to t turni-sh a force siiflicient

ATTORNLV AND Ojr.NsiLLOR: AT LAW, be called out, is a point which I do not feel '4for subsistence, and by the loaa of! arms." protection of this fro: lier settlements, and to I away, it is an immense tiger and you are on I the people there have very little confidence ic

WILL! puct.cc; in fn, rncji! Coutt in each myself competent to decide ; bull 1 apprehend, And accordingly, by R General Older da. keep the Indians under proper subjection until foot, what can > ou do to it.' what whig papers and leaders tell them.Tlie .--

'> uJt and! he Uniteil; Mid.llctu.itandinthcSu. I that from live hundred to a thousand men led Cedar Kojs, 14lli August, IKjy : Jt i is"heieby that fchoulJ be accomplished. !lImit I cannot 1 diked where they suppOsed it to be ; they z'mt'raI! impression now in all quarters i;
SuteM
pnm T.. I'.urt District Court a would) by no means be too man}'." \nd Mr. aiiiiou.iced lhat hostilities with the t bc'Ie\e bat il will be necessary for inc to accumulate pointed about forty or fifty yards ahead- that .,lr. Polk thrust honors upon the old Getrral -

rflhIPHoiaultUry 21, 1-lS. Senator \ nice says in a letter written lo (C.'ov.Mofcley 44 1 Indians within this Tenitorj have ceased." ; ;authorities and arguments to establsi where there was a little coarse grass growit: ; t fully as fast as he cn.rrred tle' i.

& )laJt,] [W 3. lIs.wou.rI. on the.) s-arno occasion, my advice to "Tho lands thus temporarily! assiguourt- their ; these points. The Government ot the su I picked out one fellow! who 1 thought, fro n i[:Ohio Statesman
jou is, to throw into the field at once a llegiincut "planting and hunting grouiidan- TTtrfltrr"tlio ---i------1 auli'iits thc.-n. The removal of his size wai, or ought to be, at lea-it ticI most

z1JTA'TORNEYS] of I Infmtry, and one of I Horsemen, loaf- fo'lowiiig' boundariet," &.c.-.-.The fbre- j lii.- iu: ;.,.: s u-I Oil Fiorid.i lias merely been stiscided I courageous ofllie lot, and guve him iiy double :How to be a JKan.

AT LAW ford a complcle cover lo the settlements." 44 going arrangements are in accouiance with !* | ii> suit ihe convenience of Government gun. I cocked my ride, and commenced When
MOVriCKU.O( rU Such arc the circumstances under which the iiistruetiuns of the President: ol the Uni- never abandoned ; an;* the most ener.felic making a circle of about thirty yan.l> around Carlyle was asked by a young pe'-

Jy! 7, 27. my predecessor called the State volunteers into 44 ted States." arrangements, I am assured, are now in the supposed place where the tiger was ; very soil to point out what course of reacting L

A. R MAXWELL service on the: Indian frontier! with instructions In all of theso arrangements, the !people of m progress for their immediate removal. And soon I 'onnd my (double gun! getting further thought hi characteristic best to make htm a man" It, he is repiin .
manner :- not
to the officers not to penetrate into the Florida, who were inure immediately! and ; as it regards protection 10 the settlements. the; and further oti', so I called to half dozen who o
books alone
L3W 1) by or by books chiefly, that .
Indian Reserve, but to afioid protection to the vitally interested in all thecoi.sc-qujnces: which I authorities of the Government at Washington u were nearest to como with the marl &the rest '
w ILL attend aL the Cuuut* ul the Middle! Cir seltlcmenls until a sufficient force of United resulted from them, had no voice. Thf | had lull official information of their weak, de- were all gniu J backward instead coming on. man h hi nil points a man. Studjr to ,
cuit. t-:: Othee mn i. |F- UuruevStore." Slates could be and pe.tilions fenceless silnalion from their peculiar portion, after I had got about half round tho place the I faithfully whatsoever thing in your acti .
I i TtatIahu.-Oet.) 2 7, 1M1.*. 4J: troops brought to their relief.It remonstrances: i>f their Territorial j' situation, then find either
aim now, you
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was expected that th volunteers of tin* Legislature( were unheeded-..nor were the I and planned and( promised ample protection, man with the gun said-
s. .s. KMuirr; State, called out under such circumstances', stipulations of the United States ( uvei1i. which was never furnished. Gen. Worth, in There sahib, there !' presoly or tacitly laid down at our charge-

1aIta1t IKetail Grocer i I'fo\ifiion' \ Dealer) would( have been muster.] into the United menl, ever complied with. Tho uf;. o Jlcg.innate" a letter, dated 17th November, IS-13, says : Ar.d: I looked to see whera h* was pointing, that.is your |>osf devour, stand the! in it like p. truedier. <

TALLAIIAbSLT, Slates' service. Rut such not having been trcrc not retained. 44 .Yo cordon 44 All have visited Tampa, except a few of the Lut ho was crouched in a heap behind me, and Silently many. chagrins o( .:
I-LOUIUA. all situations have
1 f.F.J'S.muml* ?? handaiiduifter* for alc at a I the case, it became my duty, upon receiving or line !?J'ItoCrtiufl! for Ihc frontier it' 44 very aged, but in parties often or fif>cn only.' exclaimed ir w.thout many-and see you ait.
_1 1_ kiita.ll advance uuUst, toi rash) all The stan.lid information that the United Slates had a sufficient tlcncnts" was ever estaII islicu!. Tie citizens *. Their apprehensions, under the policy pusu- 4 Oh ma-goo, nma.goo-L can't, I can't !' not to" quit doing all that is yot

article in hi* lute. Hour tl aiiiuvc-d qua!- military force on the frontier for the protection to wLom inducements had been held out to ed, Will soon wear away ; when, if consider- I took tho direction of the fellow's eyes duty.

iiie;Ul!)-. Candle Susari.! *,C'oJW.Lard..awL TeaM all jj4Con,,mia, Ham artI'IeI-to.*, 1'oik. of the settlements, to order them out form such nettliMnents, wen; left in the wilderness 44 ed desirable, advantage may be taken of a and there right in front of me, distant about

gttier with IVuits, ln,.l. Potatoes (husorus. Nuls; of seivice. And it becomes equally now may to which they had been invite j by the; '. favorable occasion to send ofl' the wlio'e.' thirty yards, 1 saw through the gras a confused YnnJ e Tzzezzuiy.-A Liverpool papc.
} aIIIUII, 1'is. Aimondi.,and all oiUraitjck-j usually duty, lo urge upon the (;iovermnenl of the (iovrimiienl chime United Slates, nmlcr the Prceipi'cr.cyvill' occasion many and \e ia. I shape and coloring! of a Ihuiidorii: hi states, as a projf oflha increased civiliti :.

found in iiuuUi) cnlaMithtUfnlh.Stotriicx'.door United States, the obligation which it is uniler ino( 'l solemn assurances: protection and am- '' tious difficulties. When done, it must be head of a tiger. I told the flIlo\v nu.: :tu he afraiil of the United States, that no fewer th*
above! G. II. Meginnish'.on Wenc make fur the iule for their *'thoroughly! and eireclnally dune, for if ten of I and took the and hall cocked it 500 cases of Shrk.-peare's bust, taken Iron
,tr.'et.Ap141 not only to : ;provision jwj/ [ provision security ;and ''efencr:, I I ; gun an.
2'4, 1H9. 17 IvGEO. and subsistence of time volunteers thus onlered .- 'ud whose guests they vet unprovided l au r, I *. liu-aj war.-ifirs remained maddened( to a spirit told him on no account to run [tor: we wen: the inoiiii!! -n-.il bust as StratJord.on Avo

into service to perform: a duty, and render a by the side ol their savage nuighlior-., who 41 ()lioslilil v, they would Jiifff lo break up and now alone.luntil he had >;iven me tho gji.I ; ; .-- were *!I.ttfly' : shipped at Lircrp rl for NeYur -
H. BESTWICK, protection to the frontier settlements, which but a sLort time before had been burning their 44 scatter thi- entire line of new settlements, al-- I thought i tho fellow would! drop into the earl li.I !.. The truth ii, however, that the- -

t Wholesale! I Ketail Crorery i provision Uealcr, the General (iovernmcnt had stipulated to houses and murdering llicir wives and children. "lkuii h tLii-fJd their number. Which, althuugh I placed the gnu in his two hands in iVoat of casts are in lead, anti as oon r.9 they are d. -

TALLAHAS.'iKK, FLIJRID.t. )perform' but to ask also that adequate pro vis. Had the cordon of posts ever been c$. composed occupants under the arm- him ready for me to take hold of, nni J v/mi'.d' livens! will bo consigned la the meltiitrough. !

l/'KCl'ScuuOaiitly on hand ad lor Halo at the ion may be made for all losses sustained by tabliihed at proper points as provided, the cd occupation bill!!, havo neither weapons liked to have cocked it, but was afraid the fellow : .-Jonathan admits 'works of! ar
*V. Uwot (4ti jiriccj, for cash, all the aiticlo in I .' the lo uso them ; not one of tree of duty, and the lead-tmporte. by ir vo
nor deposition
citizens settler
.this tube our from Indian disturbances in Florida would have had place lo rally upon, in his fear might by some mishap let it
.,i,,, : Cutlce.! IVas 4tJUIIflebS., IWoti Hdtn Flour., S

    -* Lard \Vhikkey. and all other articles usually! on the frontier, who havo: been dii. would have been inspired. lInt in With these facts communicated by a distinguithtd raised himself a tittle. I put one hand on t liie commodity. :

    .t' .t lu kiimUir$ c-Mahlikhni.-Hts.! prriuns want'jmrrh ven from their homes by the recent,, Indian this they were sadly deceiv-d. ]No troops uid: experienced officer m comtnami, g in in time flow's hand and walked a lif'e' .,
    'jLug1o. L It1u1Iy *>ea.yo!. | tJ4 above irlick-, aic r<-vluvlted out.break, and forced to '.pu'k, Fhfitrr and pinlection ) were retained for their detence aud protection.A who was well acquainted with the India.is and further to thjrighl and ahead, where there She's 1 eu.inme.I his widow of Coo, -- -
    lo cl1 and
    l& ehiic.Sioro = pcicu them bi1ue bus in forts and otockudc.hidi ..') have eonyany or so XVCIP stationed: at T.:mpa the nature of the country occupied by the settler 'vas an op.ming in tbo grass that gave mo a Louis 1'dlthyatiy, who was butc'< red{

    & lorm ily occupied by L. & 1 H. Greenberg been compelled to build and tieii ud j andjihat Bay and St. Augustine, but loo remote J'rotii under the armed occupation bill," who better view of him ; as I did so he raised him iFaynau, passed thro ;gh Vienna lateyoui It .

    (.o.,cornertti t Monroe aI JeIter&on t trect all ihoKC who performed such duties may bo the Indian border to bo called a protection ; had been induced by the oflers and promises of self a litllo more, and seemed ready for a way to Switzerland, from which coumtrjhi .

    My considered in pervico and allowed pay; in ac and even thow iroqj*, during tho Mexican the General Government to eettle in the wil- 'primm3 ; so I said to the fellow, Now I am embarks in the spring for America.I .




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    St.Matosohc point on the St. Marks, as Mistake as to the measures adopted in

    NaVl atloa of the Wacissa River. detached, hence easily displaced )by the juse,of by your committee, as expressed in t1iorcso} ihe'most"favorable for the great travel and The Sentinel of llie '2d instant, intimates Cabinet, both in a civil aid mTlita'ry'ca The recommem LIthe

    the crow bar nlonc. And as to draining the lotiOn appointing them, were : border N. of this of.ntt .
    mail rbuuTthrough tho Atlantic to that in quoting from tile correspondence towards "
    I u Public Meeting ofihe citizens of Mid.lo % River, or creating obt met ions.a1)oc, by lt. To ascertain whether a canal for navigation and Mexico. organizing a State (Government; the, Treasury w'itb 1

    : Florida, held by Agreement onAfday the, 6th their removal below, your committee: are can be construct d' between the Wa Orleans When, Texas all these considerations arc weighed, X. Tribune, xve have withheld *: scntcni The Raleigh Standard thus describe t mcPt

    of Janunry 1850, ai the head water of sure, it is utterly impoRsible.becausc the tide cissa :and St. Marks rivers. % 12J. iXsecms to committee that such a project which explains! Mr. Cabcll's position. 'Ti "game" pursued by the Admini !raion! ultra 0fhis ov 11

    ; ; the Wacim River the folloxving proceedings meets the current here, and tho River as fully Whether, by its construction, any con. slunild not be your longer neglected. That it is at then gives what purports to be an extract, in California movement : original supporter I

    xx-crc had. The Chairman nppoiuted to preside disembogues itself now as it ever can do, ho\v- sidcniblo "xx-ater oc1" for manufacturing least worth the cost of a full and satisfactory tho following words, from the letter of the Gen. Taylor, appointed MlIIt aBS out again* < ( |

    at the former meeting hating taken the ever much the various currents may be concentrated e.-tahlishments can also be obtained. employed the Territory, Kiley who, by p.ly Cf N. Y ". r
    engineer
    chair, and the former Secretary ultentling and the channel deepened. A few The litter object was by your comnirRee examination, by a competent and csti- same correspondent : declared the Mexican law pt Gt Cn Thtr' t

    I he (two Committees raided by iceolutions ol logs intercept the navigation adjacent to this deemed the moil important ; as by uniting 4le to make the necessary survey WASHINGTON, Doc. 12. still in existence, but called aConi WICtZ ( C4.LIy

    the! prior meeting of the 29 !h Nox-emher, ledge of lucks-of course they cat: be easily advantages of both, it xvouM more certainly mates, 9 thee views .committee "The xx-higs held a caucus in the Hull! cf and Convention bit ordeis tssembled, and jut pnrsuance to V.,01J down, and <:;
    proceeded form
    (heretofore published) ottendeJ and presented cleared out of the way. insure a valuable return for t'hc capital ir.xes- Entertaining to submit t to the citizens your of Middle Florida the Ilousa of tteprcsentativcs hut evening. stilntion. In this work- General Kilev a Slate, wu11 1frCS" ItoMtion *-* nt
    written Re of their roceed. At the union of the Wacissa and Ocilla design attendance. Mr. Cabell doubt ,
    respectively ports i ted in its construction. of stock to undertake There was n full acted under instructions frcn Gen T _,' lo rawo
    Jugs: \\hich were unanimously accepted and waters, a handsome River begins, one bun- A canal for navigation, merely, however the plan a joint company be feasible- of Florida, made n speech defining his position tvas aided by p1'. Cetler King Georgia, aVonfS* t '

    adopted. died yards wil< one mils long, and from nsef.il to the country, xvould wt, at this lime, the scheme. proved to which caused great sensation." tial friend ofthe President, and who stated in hil; and particularIV
    ofler valuable results they doubt not first speech, in San Franciscothat
    and to he our OW
    with
    Whereupon the folloxving resolutions were lljrc; to fifteen feel deep. Here there are a command sufficient amount of transportionto CTM thereto hot) :
    a little cither for
    Now this with
    that capital equal to all the requirements says: at most, very co-operate the people in (forming State
    unanimously passed : few fallen( ) timber*, some of which require to repay, in tolls, the expense of keeping it in foreign manufacturing Mr. Cabell. We well imaginu I eminent, p\prcs-h at the instance cf the.\dminisl GOT cates direct taxa
    RcsdvcJ, That iho Commiltec xvhose !Re. be moved, also( a fv ioc'\s, mu-rt b been all of which is We emporium at its western terminus xvill readily that a sensation" would be produced j'coplctzit a forced affair from 30
    ports havo unanimously accepted, are qi'Mc J piacticable. are the capital inx-cstcd in its construction firtt to lait. The and falsely c r
    entitled to and tendered the thankbf Svvift's two miles from the oiler itstlf. that of member South, whose blood and treasure, cqusllv with that },
    hereby now at Camp, xvhercas one xvilh sufficient water power, carrit'd by so strange a course as a
    of the North, had Dem r
    submitted.TIIOS. purchased' this the
    > this meeting, fur the arduous and sitisfaclory gulpb, and one mile futli r reaches the Uar. lo navigable tida-xvatcr, would most amply All Inch is respectfully. 1WOWX refining lo vote for the candidate of his party entirely excluded frtm all participation Territory in its ,bene wai I trino of .
    cervices have rendered in the discharge This ofthft River and the Hay r excluded and equitable
    they stockholder fits
    put inge remunerate its by vagrants and plunderers cf jut
    JAMHLE while that he himself had objection tha
    JOHN G. ( asserting nu
    ofthe duties confided to them. from two to five hundred yards w ice, aflbiding Your committee has been informed thai al mines from all nation*, and put under the ban, at only one xvhich i" a

    Rcsoh-fd, That in vicxv ofthe practicabili.ly from six to sixteen and twenty (Vet water. Lowell, in Massachusetts, a single nianuf.icltiriig f1O. RANDALL, ( to him, cither personally or politically, the result of the military action of this Federal in tho publ:

    I of opening the Wacissa River fir navig.ibe : There is one rocky obstruction about half : company has pi
    ) purpose, John G. Gamble! Robert. H. mile below Swift's Camp. This lede is fifty for a sum mnrh: greater than xvill bo required 8, 19oO.jTloriMau. among his constituents. l Rut the fact N, xx-e treqnil, from Oregon to Sin Dieco, embracing Teritory lh for
    Gamble, ( en. Win. JJaile\, I). P. 1'. Xcxv.8om feet across has been paitia'ly' removed by tor thc canal they contemplate. With a rexenufi -- -=-=---"- find such extract: as that quoted above, Puci'Ic coast (for some eight hundred miles, and in.ind. mndhOUt The vrm
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    Win. J. Bailey, '1'. Turnlm!!, O. II. Mes rs. Swift: where the channel is now three derived from the saL or rent of its xvaterpoxver & Soiirual. can !. to the mountains and a'.ong all!! the streams djterence! i* <*

    Gadsdcn, Isaac Tmvnsend, John Cason, R.Paramorc feet deep and') thirty one fee wide!, which cost the canal company could reduce thin in the Tribune's letter of December I 12. Our t inch very e-f
    R. IlanUun, A. F. Murphy, K. Capt. Swift 511 1, and as much more work tolij for' the transpoitalion produce toa very own, extract was from the letter of that date anJ '

    M. Moore, Win. Gorman, J. A. Edwards, would make it a good) navigable channel at low rate. R. B. HILTON a C. E. DYKE -not of the llth as the Sentinel asserts, The Message. ihonit! and tlw

    .1. Scott, and John McGehee, Esquires, on all seasons ofthe year, and at every stage of Your committee xxill now furnish a more EDITORS AM) 1'kOi'R ITO1nS. doubtless through mistake. Did xve think it Our exchanges are unmercifully severe on which the rorrt'

    the part of the Counties of JefTetson, Leon the tide. On the liar we found at half flood detailed stalement of their operations! anl therntmlt to convince readers that the President's Mcssig" The Boston Dally the pr&juJice exu
    and Madison, Daniel L-ulJ and James Orrnond ten (feet water. It is believed by Cant. Swift will sho'.x' that the country belxecrvlliflWicim Saturday, January 12, 1S50.TALLXIIAS necessary our xx'e ainjit direct "

    Esquires, of Wakiilla Ciunty ; and a and others that the beat water over the I Iir and St. i Maths rivers is highly jjj r- have not done Mr.% Cabell the injustice imputed Times says- imported tmoin w'flXV !- &

    coriesponding number of citizens on the part is not yet properly ceiiuinud, b-it, enough able for the construction f a canal, ami that JK: COTTON MAKKET. Jan. to us, xve xv< old publish the Tribune's letter We have our Joub'.s whether the question aien1U'thislact the I ( n..

    ( f the adjoining Coun'ics of Georgia, xvho is known to accommodate such Schooners as such a canal will ailord water poxx-er of cry 1'J. Prices from ofthe 12th December entire. But xve do as to the authorship of the message xvill ever 5ntianitTIii3J'rho,

    may be fnicrcblcd in earning into el'ct( this are best adapted to the ports Middle Florida. great nngnitudc. range (it 10 to 10J} cents. not deem this at all We xvill not excite so much discussion: as has arisen about ridicule-!

    rntcrpiize ; be appointed to endeavor to raise Your Committee are fully persuaded, that the The !highe.-t ground to be cncrantorcd in nec'ssary. that JniiinVs Letters. It is heavy and dull in the Twa

    by public contiibiition the necessary (funds to whole River from the Sea: Board, to the sources excavating a canal i< at the cnnrnrncement of CO" Ncit. FIUCUSON: Esq., of Orala, h curAgent say, however, that the above paragraph docs enough, taking it clear through, to be from the lions the Wusi J

    carry the bame into eft'ect. ofthft Waci sa, a distance of eighteen or the survey and exlrn.ls only aboul half: mile, for the tiansaction of any business relating not appear in some portion of the correspondence pen of Ciajton, while the flippancy of some died by

    lie it further resolved, That tho above twenty miles ran certainly be made :naxigable anJ in that distance is no xvl.ere is much as to this Ofiice in Mariosi County. Our -but xve do say that xve cannot find it. port'ons of it have the Iwirmg; stamp : the piety $. Y. Journal of

    named citizens and such others as they max for Steam and other (I5n.its: at a much !less throe feet, and generally less tlun two iuet accounts for the sear which closed with the Further-in our opinion, the extract quoted by probably, comes from the Secretary of War, Whit vision "
    associate xxiih themselves, for the State o! expense, than has generally been supposed.: higher tiian the surface level of tie! Y*acs: a. and the tarili'passnges are so very stupid that 5nedup.eVderf'it
    the Sentinel is from other letter to the Treasurv (vi i i0apcier
    Georgia, be auihoiized and requested tomeinoiialize After tnmming: the )piobable costs up, on the In he next mile and a half over xvhicli the iLst number of this paper, have been placed some they could have come from no other person like him

    Congress: on the subject, and to most reasonable: scale, your Committee beliexe ItiU'U xxN-re conducted, the obxTilion did not in his hands, and subscribers in that County Tribune by another correspondent, if indeed than Mr. Meredith, xvho was made Secretary By h14 proposed

    ask an appropriation either i in lands or money, that it cannot cost t more than from exceed( tWO feel. TheiiM to ihs rctidonce (>fMr. \\ill greatly oblige 'us by a prompt settlement it ever appeared in that paper at all, and refers of the Treasury because he knew nothing about factutin the 'fab

    for the purpose of opening tie! navigation: of $:)000) ) to SfiOOO,-this latter amount is the Lewis the giornd( Ii from one to three with Mr. FKROUSON. to the very same caucus of xvhich the letter public alKiirs. .Mr. Preston from his be. j poured nf" n

    the said river ; and that our Senators and maximum, though the former may not be the f-rt; below the river suriLce ; r.a.1 l for the nest Subscribers; in Alachna will find their of December 12, from xvh'ch xve quoted, longing to one of the first families" of Virginia goods we could snoai'aoff *>ff a2

    Representative in Congress be icque&tcdto tflifliiZZUl.'Z. It is tmueees aiy for your Comrnittee. four miles it varies from two fcclaiciv, lo three ac. undoubtedly took charge of ihe pvsagr* hundred >vznai
    aid in (he application.RcsuJrcd to stale the( probable advantages aii ingfiom : bdatr that! lex el. counts xvith T. J. PKUVATT, l>q., of New- made mention. One of these correspondents on slavery that don't appear ; xvhi.e the tiling u?An&L" 'tieL

    That the thanks of fhe tnnetin? the contemplated navigation ofthe Wacis The !ex-eliisg! as stated abave (except the nanxile! xvho xxill act as our Agent. says Mr. Cabell defined Imposition" before being good for little, and exhibiting a plentiful rit rli ICOUld t>

    be presented to the Editors Xexvspapers inMiddle a River. An Artist having examined the four uirt t miles) was carried uv>n tho road, and Wo de-pise duns, whether against us or the caucus, which caused great sensation"the lack ofknoxx'Iedge! of matters generally under- The imported only v\vrf\

    Honda xvho xxith! such promptitude entire stream, has furnished us with (by far) the //bicsta nfloided such viexv stood statesmen would fasten it be
    ; opan pine a en ly: us-but, xve irill to our subscribers other gives the substance < (f Mr. C's. by seem to on fae > (O i c. "--
    published the pioeeedings! of the former the most accurate mtp of the Wacisvi, in ex.h'.ence either side: as enables } .>ir: committee to say say the veritable Znchary." perhaps tnweeping >
    rernarLs his itioui"-both hoxv-
    meeling, and thai they be requested to pub. ; which will, at a glance, exhibit the that, fiorn a point txvo tnilc-j from the place of generally, and those in arrears particularly, defining pos The N. Y. Herald, one of those pretended Ine LV

    JUh those of the adjourned meeting, together! feasibleness the enterprise ; of which the I d p.iitnre to xxithin seven or night mill's of xx o find our ingenuity utterly at fault to con.d ever, referring to one and the same caucus.'I .- iton. I R' '
    neutral sheets that labored
    with! the subjoined Reports of its Committees.Jlcsulnd abeve is our Repoit. Xexx'-Poit, an engineer xxill nven-rtc erti > met a p'.pcr xvithcut tho sinews of war.-" Iie onlydilFerence between them consists in so assidiously to at'' 'twentv,rtd, cv"doi "I'ilo1it9

    That: the thanks of the meeting K. M. MOORE, other side( of their trad, jircnnd upon xxhich Noxv if this be a tlun, why, make the most of it. the fact that the one is more explicit than the make Taylor President, greets his first Message 1 a pier

    be presented to their Chairman and Sccrela- ; i). r. F. N\VSOM:: to locate a canal of five fret. depili! of water, other. And xve repeat, it need not be mutter in this xvise- give '" "' t *nbonnes

    ly for their efficient services, &c. j H. J. MILLS, xxhich! will net require an average escalation Gov. Brown's Lotter lo Gen. The general style of the document is extremely for new
    Taylor. of surprise that, after Mr. Cahcli's declaration ,. had 01 t' brief, and
    Whereupon i thu meeting adjourned. -j W. G. J'OWHLL, lo excet-d three Icet. simple even quirt, Anglo-Saxon. If
    THOMAS RANDALL) Chm C. W. HEWITT About miles from Xe.xx-.Port We publish, and cornmci.d to the attention that there was no min out of Florida more puts ns in ir.ind of IVter Parley's ingenious method ;?rtnZ doorS, 'i
    ,
    seven or eight ol brinzi'i" dj\\n the history of the Roman Empire, up the hum
    OCTAVUS II. GAUSUUV, $ccry. WM. G()MAX, the load xx-e followed corn nenced a more rapid four readers, the ably written letter of! the popular! than Mr. Winthrop, and that he had by TacitiH f.r Livy, to tie capacity of the young ,1riIr to t Ct 41

    Ezarniiiir.g Committee. descent, and for the firt three miles il is from (Governor nl Florida, to Gen. TRlor.! It i> himself no objection lo him personally or politically boys and girls at school." (or .!jn r, a I

    Pursuant to previous appointment, the Coin seven to ten H'-t 1 beloxv the level oh the Waeispa penned in an admirable spirit; and contains a ," and r.t the same limo refuse to the The Evening Post says- for W-vf.*Tt-r.in'rn' '> "

    rnilteo to whom was conG-tal the business of The undersigned, members of a committee: and for the last three miles il i is twenty-two highly impressive and forcible appeal, both in last to veto for him for Speaker, such a Our first imprc riaminmg; the Wacissa; to aseenain the j,n cticability :ifipotttUul at a public meeting of the citizens ofJeilersou fret beloxv the sani') level. Hut for the last very were engaged ii the penm! of a kind of Queen's at the head of nFtiii
    behalf of lha payment of time Volunteers, and definition of his position" should cause Speech beaten out a string of like that
    of tendering! ) 6:.i'l Iliver tvigaIah and of the adjoining counties of Flo.rida mentioned distance the levdjing was carrit-d ; generalities it

    for Steam anJ other IJoats ; Livinjjcd 1iciiar. i 1i.-l l 0:1 the 0th of November last, at the along the M ground of the St. Mark, pas- ofthe removal of iho Indians by the (lencralGovernment. great sensation" in a whig caucus or anywhere opening which the cf a Kn session<;lis-h of nnnarchs Parliament pronounce, except that at it th is Prom:

    ] thai: duty to ihe best ofbir abi'ity ; reg. heat! cf tic racisa River, "f.ir the puro; r sing very near McI'riJVs Saw Mill. Higher This letter, if published! out of else net so tersely esprcs-ed. bo little is said, tlut wo We pu1's: :> -

    peclfiilly hubrnii to your coniiJoiatiou the ful- '* of rxantining and reputing upon| the li-at-j. and more eligible ground for a canal, x.otild the Slate, can net fiil! to dipel erroneous no. [[The above was intended for our last paper, wonder the AIe sige should be so long. A few ro. able conmumetS3uthern
    I cnrnmrnthtton there b.it l-orr'<* ved
    be fuuud dialance are they are
    lowing most probab'y at a greater
    redpoll :- ** bility and advantage of a canal for natiga-: lions extensively prevalent in regird to iho bat was crowded out by other m itter.] from the reports of the different irer..btrs c- his gentlen
    1'Vom the Head of the Wacissa to the We lion anJ the from tint rixer. :
    water power, conncciiajf Cabinet-hs 5Jini-tr perhaps.v, s' old and
    ; th
    rather of the Indians and > say live to pro*
    tern P.raucl), (tiistaucu of sex en and a half head ultra of the Wacissa with tic St. Your coi.n.5tlcf: then, announce as the result rights, or no rights Austria.-Gen. Cass. are not supported bv_ any reason irea in the iics. perccivrd! thai *
    mile) found r.iaieial obstructions ihf 14 of their "irvey : the true relations sulsUlinj between them and sage."
    xve no ; ; Marks River, at or near the town of Nexv- -
    The of the have spoken! in 'riers W( have M ulravJijrs
    'Micani three feel deep in the most shallow 11 Port,*' having, to the best of tKoir ability exilcuted 1st. 'l'iat: t the ground Lcixvppn the head %va- FloriJa.Gcuthern. press country The labored simplicity cf style xxhich characterizes b-
    and two hundred tern oft'c V rActarnd the river St. 3Iaiksat! decided terms in favor of discontinuing the duiiiis
    places, on an average yard the duly confided to them, have the the whole! document, was intended on'114Th
    or near Nexv.Port, ?is o7i.trnily favorable for Convention. cf Plcrich.JL1I Austrian mission. Gen. Cuss has iniruiioutd our crreponft.nts
    this
    in width. Very little labor will tender honor herewith to submit n report of their op- ---"Whig's already to erate the impression that it it the work of ad.taZmorEttt
    keclion of the Rix-cr navigable far a31 the pur- rations. I the construction cf a navlrab'coanal.' T v <_ !:. J. rt ir4M.. ntj} cnitcTj tr.trattfiitlun Of rrsolutiwirs into the 9CR.110 t.o this
    .. Gen. brain. Th?
    -- makes
    ? au'and
    2.3 --' ; i '.1 Tsjlor'a own only
    poises contemplated by this Report. The u'-.r: ;::;, :h ??' : werxill be otaiteil: the people! of Florida to tho subject of the effect. The able correspondent of the Baltimore I.x'
    nexl hali mile ib thickly! MuJJeei with Saw- last, was the time named lor the meeting of x-aluJiblo water jw ; the matter the mere ridiculous. We hare
    1 (;
    bdiex'a bo used proposed Southern Convention, to be held in Sun of their reception and probable EN'rLME.
    which xvntcr they says
    grass, having a mUd bottom, and xx-ater two your committee, at the bead cf the Wacissa ; power may read cf hut on: man credulous enough to attribute XJ November !1'. ;
    and a half feel deep. hero the Stream is but ii was late in the afternoon of that day before toicr'xxith a iltll!! sixteen feet each. Nashville, to concert measures for united and passage by the .enate- it to the President. The N. Y. Mirror nas pleased to s.

    three )hundred xards xvidc. the pirty: all as.M'inbled at the vno-,1 northern What! %vill bs the !length of the proposed harmonious measures on the part of tho South The resolutions of Gen. Caw to suspend diplomitic "
    trade and itn tutor-
    be n-ccrtaimil after the intercourse with Austria are one of the originals! charges its authorship
    cannl tronIy
    country etipportcd -
    can only
    Your Commiltec arc agreed that nothing of tl-c Indian Mound[ ?, u-'nly! called the for the resistance of Northern aggression.The .- ,
    and CtiflCidedIIhm
    has beou end its line in the Senate : it J give- me ere.it p'leaMire to Col. Bibs the President's son-in- IT t>
    carefiilly purvcjed on ,
    more is necessary than the removal ofthe "Callico liiilTheir! party then con'tstcdof proposition of a Ccnveniit-n in Xasivile! announce through the Sun that fXniel Webber, liberty of hanriuj
    grass, for a spice of thirty feet iu width, his Mxrcllcncy, Governor THO.S. !) m N, located. If it could be carried in a straight \>hoe New ILiiipahire table talk will lte: in the 1a' and Piivate Secretary.Tho 'td
    line itwetn; the prrpo d 'termini,' :Its length comes from a Convention of the people of hearts ol'hn conntmrteti when the bull in President s a private
    sufficient
    which xxill command a volume of and of Ulessr JOHN G. GAMUM:, l hi'j.i: G.TJIUKXTOX correspondent of the Pennsylvania friend xvuhout
    would Ka the I.ypothenuss ft"a light angled .Mississippi held lat Hill, without: distinction 'Fujlor's temae will be forgotten, will support itetrdiaI1. e*
    wash the mud and thu of
    water, to out deepen and TIIOMVS R.VXUXLI.; tic
    Hirnibhes that with the bur
    Au-tria } will be tried *
    xxhcrc side and t-levca! titfl before the paper following amusing publicity :
    the channel enough to answer oveiy purpose committee, and cf Judge PARKS, Mr. GKOX: <>UItitocivCMisovnu triangle miles two ar< vgLt than thirteen of party, over v.hich Judge SharLey, a (iutintinguishcd high c< urt oi impeachment-the Congress cf the soi. version of the and throes of tho friends fcer?. I r

    lor naxigalion. Next AVC emeieJ a bold and and Mr. COOMSS-the three making coiacthing moio Whig of that State, presided. crei n people ol the United Stae-! pangs with all) Rs unit
    and a hlfniiles. A Juniel come to j'tdernent !" =m Daniel. Cabinet in giving birth to this Presidential abortion
    beautiful st ream, t forty yards wide, ranging I last nai tied gentlemen f )rmingatleputati
    'o r
    feet i I Ucfoie concKiding their r poit, H may be In behalf of the D -rnocrats of Florida, xve The nItS and nuet mil be had on the question ; appear
    in depth from fcii to bixtcen about six citi/.en? of Ncxx'-Poit. They encamped] : done in r>a
    aral the answer will be the bcit reply to tl.ii) chilly yeah
    hundred yards in length ; and here the only: I npria the Indian Mound that night, and a little expected (hat your consmat.'d should oiler feel authorised to say that they are, xve be- announce irent in (lie message that we are on "amic It i is worthy oJ noV-, that tie messas as read the rry ut o er ohsi '

    obstructions arc a few lo and rafts of bru ii. j after sunrise next morning, loth Dec'r, com- some encr'J! ce-naid'-'raticns te-t-hlng the nraoticab.lity I hove, unanimously in favor of the proposed able tcrtnV with KtHah, Austria, Prussia,&c. to Congress and KrijuiaJly printed at the tffice bst-n to r 'ea
    and of this of the litpnbtir. is in a;> essential point, a very dif-
    flxecuting:
    advantage chanre the Ia\v
    I ,
    this insured their the of the you ty
    At the leimiuu.of i-lream coniranees operations at tr.argin
    What desiro
    Convention. is from the ersu-n subsequently published produce, an i
    xvo now a response terent
    \vol regard bein had to its jirobnblc cost Whereof are a well deserving pillar, paper
    a large groxxlh of Mitusota Rice, continuing, \Vacissa River, about cue-fouth tf:a uiU-J N. : ; ; you in the nepaprrs : it having been revised and thing like the itrn
    and the benefit, to accrue from i ifj* completion.On upon this subject from the Whigs,tonMttuting Proceed to judgment
    three fourths of mile N. 12. their where made *'bcachmaik" corrected <*o far a- the &trtictureol sentence
    with little inlcnipti' !), a ; ( camp, they a It i, otrt.iinly singular that Mr. Clapton's instructions important possible and <>
    the water is uniformly three feet deep, and on a Myrtle tree, five and a half foe.t the question ,1its cost your coinmiitce us they di the other half of the pco.p"e (to nor kiiiii'-tei-s and chords abroad shculn have j jasjreed is concerned, alter a huge edition had been have t Ii C'inib.ii;

    the Rice is the only obstruction to navigation, above the surface cf tha stream. It is but ju.-.t do not possess the requisite knowledge! l-> yilify of the Stale. Though x\-e hope it is not in one resp-ct-namely in! to act with crt-at | sentencewa printed b> the' |wntltn or.mis.uncrammati 1 hate<*no allyloi doubt>ly that with this the it the duty) of ih<<\
    them in hazarding event a conjectural ttimatp. *- caution and circumspection regard to every reroIiUiofury j
    xxhich is easily removed. Fur three miles, and proper here to remit k that the zeal ai.d cessarv1jt to prevent misrepresentation; ? or or Ubihl Kovtrntnerit ; and to consider i iIhenisphts view to create the iir.piession, that a man as igno- disabuse the r i

    now xxe have an open Rixvr, two hundred energy of one of committee! (Mr. Thorn Should a carefully cynilufUidjiiK fKN'curate jealousy, xve disclaim any disposition xxhalev.r accredited cnh to the sucertign of the j jrouutrj r.nt of his mother tongue, as the President, \>rote and lead if, yatds wide, four feet deep, and no olstiuctioulo ton,) bad prompted him, some days befoje, to I .-urxey of the intervening Ountry show, with which they were charged to maintain i iJiplonutic it. This intention was so evident in the p&per, ato'indttce their hard I. U
    Steam IJoal: navigation \\lutever. 1'rom make a careful reconnoisauce of the liver ; I that to a poji.t not tar distant from the St. to connect the subject with the partrrtove.- intercourse." Our) aztnt at Vienna Hid about a sense revision of hamc in the cabinet, which before light rjHMi for the tut 0*
    Mark the line ofthe canal find a level ofthe It is which not proceed to Hungary here tits presence would brought its a day or two only
    cai nents day. an enterprise
    this laige body oJ water several ttieams and the place above designated was reported have been wcrth an aru y of a hundred thousand men. it was transmitted to Congress. Washington ia full (and to no mciw
    diverge, and at the entrance of tho mo t eligib1o I by him as presenting the most suitable point net n-quirii.g to.:) hIgh cmbanktaents lo con- commends itself alike to'rnen of all parties Our charge in Ioin hai been instructed to wait for of amusing stones about the vexatious consultation value which it n
    the of for the canal and at I lain ils water (for as regards the subterranean ot Pius the IX. Oar minister in Constantinopje held b> the President's cunf-titutional' advisers, upon the market
    one, xve found a bank of mud, by retnoval junction ; as present and of no party. W'ihhiiot some of our Whig the return in
    be informed committee in that opinion. I part of i it U.oy etitertaiii no fear cf xery deep received no instruction how to act in regard this -ubject ; the grave dispositions relative to the
    of should
    of which quantity water can your concur why no o
    any riends favor with their views this I poising ol this phrase, and the nudif.cation of that
    oxcavaunn,; tlien! ILt-y led assureq thut mite expense us upon to Kosiiith and his brave companions in exile' In
    commanded tr.at may uc necessary, i lie nowhere do *' (the stars and stripe- to so that it woul
    shoit,
    t appear
    them
    will offer
    be beyond / We a place
    channel is here contracted within the fipaec j This point is about one and a half miles : of unking! i it? cannct great, nor matter gladly have even as much as sympathised with the hervic while likely to create the impression, that it is the below xvhich 'at-

    of thirty or forty feet, continuing for half a below? the most northern head of the river, and ] the competency of our own j eople. in our columns for any communications on asuliji.ct efforts of the mart}rs of t freedom. Vet the-e' ftripet work of otu-, notoriously incompetent to put together Lime most ifllpIr'

    mile, and varying m depth fiom two and a j about one mil', or les, below the junction of! j Of circiiir.f.tancps; favoring the enterpri: of such momentous importance. Tho'as and i1ar.*" are to" the lovers of freedom ;throughout each four consecutive sentences" of more than ten wo. ds tumble into ut
    the be stated. the world what the rro- U to tha Christian-the grammatically.
    )half to four (feet in Its present situation ; the the tWO principal blanches, each of which maybe following may Whig?, it may not bo proper for us to ad- symbol of his living faith-which. will vet be borne sold, at whateproper
    The obstructions navigated to its source, and it is the point Ifct.! Not only may the bed of we canal be otT'-r.
    banks arc generally good. as Southern men-men whose in triumph in a fresh crusade against despoti.ro.Mr. Standing Committees of the House. to
    drcs3ilhcm,
    ure grass fallen timbers, and collections of ix'heic the liver, by the conlluenca of tnc>it of had xxithoul any Ct lor land ligVt, but without yet Claxton looks on all things as a statesman ot the The Standing Committees of the house of the Bisons or a1''

    mud all of which can be removed, at, comparativcly its spring-, teems to have reached its greatest doubt tie t tilted Stales, its |oe owner, interests are identical xvith those of their reign of Louis XIV. He represents the immovable, supplies in Serpoolto
    ;
    small expense. stage ol water ; being about 100 yards wide xvould miJily grant a wide margin of (he a'l-ljoiiung Democratic brethren-xve feel that xve may unfeeling, abstract government, and, not the people Representatives have been announced by tie Ieutleaiy apt..r)

    Wo have thus described thirteen miles of and six to eight feet deep. laud throughout: its course, ne a 'bonuj" appeal to them in behalf a common cause, of But the Unit to pass* A States.from the sublime to the ridiculous Speaker. We subjoin some of the most important depr.-

    the Wacissa River, beginning at its Head, Col. John G. Gamble peiformcd the duties for its con't ruction ; an-1 they would still ren.!- amid that our appeal xvill be received in the there occurs in Mr. Meredith's report a remarkable onesComnittc : until the bu.k (Lt I

    and your Committee are lithe opinion that avery of Leveller, \\ith a good Fiirit;> level b-irrowcd izc vabt pecuniary return, in the drainage of proposition in remrd to our domestic industry,whichis on Foreign .l/airs.-Messrs. McClerrund han-U specuun
    : from the Tallahassee Rail Road their submerged( land*, and in } j enhanced same spirit in xvhich it is made. We again this : "thf cotton feed bears the same irlitticm toMe
    will
    insignficant sum of money remove Company, ti1 of Illinois ; McDowell, of Virginia ; per bale, pronts.
    irhith the cotton leart to tile
    every obstacle, to the navigation of this distance. and Gov. JJrown, Jutljro: Randall and Judge price of all! the coutigunii* lands.2d. most respectfully solicit some expression of manvfartureil raw fulton article ;" in raw other words as the seed is \Vinthrop, of Massachusetts! ; Hjralson, ot Gecruw enacted with jjre' slots

    I Parks acted as Stufi'-beaiers, while Messis.Thointon The Wacissa Uix'cr receiving all its ihiiioiflws, and tender most cheerfully a place itotie I! cotton,so is the col ton to the cat tea. Cotton ; IIAUard, of Alabama Carolina; Wowlward Cuel cfS&ulb-of Jlichgan anti not with t
    Carolina of North -
    Hut from this point to the junction of the lirccKenbioiigli and Coombs per- waters from deep spiings ; its sTTrTa&c lex el fjt-- in our columns. then, is what in mathematics is called -'a mean pro Spalding; Stanlv, of NkW York. ; ble social and (>tits

    Wefctcin Htanch, we found the piincipnldiffi formed the duty cf Pioneer", in leading the lug unallectcd during all the vicwsitudes cfwci portional" between the seed and the calico. Con- Committee; the Tenitorify -Slo ira. Boyd, of comparative 0 41
    ov
    culties. The distance is i one mile and a quartcr party and.]dealing the way through the swamps or dry seasons, and exhibiting not the The Legislature Virginia, noxv in session, tinueinz corollary the same, hate geometrical the following prt'Rressior.proposition :as hall the, Kentucky; Richardson, et Illinois; Rockwell, of necessary to th'
    as a
    ; interspersed with ledges and patches of and thickets which: beset their path. slightest' rise or fall xvilhin the experience of a is moving in the matter. The Knqurer of cotton is to the calico$ so' the is calico to the frock. MassachussetH; Scddon, cf Vnsjinia; Clin man, with the certainvof ti

    soft limestone rocks, continuing for forty, and No proxision had been made for a Surveyor long series of years, assures nol only the safely the 4th init. says : r With the talent of Swift, xve might continue this of North Carolina ; Kaufrrnn, of Texas ; Gctt Ohio., ofNew a very dot'infmUet
    bundled yard On examination we or Chain-carries and, in consequence, your of the canal (front sudden freshen, and fall, sort of reasoning to a very interesting terminus York; Fitch, of Indiana ; Giddingi, of depresseit anti
    one We the convention s
    but alto and abundant stream regard proposed as a The e ar<*important discoveries in polit ical economy, coniiittefur the District of Cu/unbia.-Mers.
    committee look notes of and distances a never lliiling '
    and detached also ? no courses -
    found them broken easily grave necessity-one which Mr. Burke declares which will astonish Cobden and Sir Robeat Peel, Brown, of i'di&ipli ; lime, of Alabama; Tax tor, mentality ot partu i
    removed by crow bars. The stream is nearly but pursued their way in as straight a for any conceivable demand for water power. is the 1rt t, the paramount necessity and put Mr. Meredith in the line of advancement o- of Ohio; Fuller, of Maine ; Morton, of Virginia ; sent the crop as

    straight, varying in width from fifteen to course as Cj press and other swamps permitted :J3il.) The western terminus ofthe canal being which admits no discussion, and demands t-rall former tImeoriiers.Cocnr.ss.'flierc. X. lamir.ond, of Maryland : Allen, of Massachusetts ; axe rage, say: fro

    foity feet, having geneialiy a soft muddy bottom until they reached the main road leading lo be made altogether above ground, it one evidence.' South Carolina has unanimously Williams. of Tennessee ; Undtrhill, of New York. L .- ?nd mn.tnyvery ft
    to Xcxv-Porl at bout two miles north be so enlarged in prism, without increased no Committee on the Jmlici'iry.-Messrs. Thotnp-
    with (alien tices and brush. a point may is little from Washing cheater
    abounding
    sanctioned it-Georgia and Alabama Miller. ot( Ohio Ashmur., cf expect u ((1
    of the house of Mr. Lewis. From this cost, as lo furnish abundant water for machinery son, ot! Pennsylvania ; ;
    There arc teicral streams making out of this point will soon follow the example-and we hope to ton of much interest. At the last accounts Massachusetts; Mt-ade, of 1 Virginia ; Morehead, of crop of three m>
    nt various places, and hence reduce the quantity the lc cuing was carried along the road. xxith little perceptible current from' its exhibit The Clerk Kentucky ; King, of New York; Venahle, nl North things, and to eei:
    see.Virginia equal unanimity. the House in a ,
    feeder, and of course with no washing or abrasion was engaged electing Carolina of Pennsylvania Wellborn, of
    little distance Stevens ; be
    of water; two of ihese run a Oxvinjr to the obstructions ci'svamps and voice of Virginia must exert a moral inllu- ; only ntfceasarv
    T Athicluts and in
    of its banks. having balloted txvice without success,
    and sink. the \vorlc of levelling, on Thuisday, the counsels ofthe Union." jeorgia. their cotton, and II>
    4th. Let il then be taken into consideration once upon Committee of Election.*.-Slcosrs. Strong Penn9lvania -
    Li idOl flS
    between
    Your Committee believe these streams can terminated about a quarter of a mile north of listening to recriminations of New themselves firmly
    Harris, of Alabama Van Dyke
    be easily stopped and turned as may be desired. J>".xis.'s, and, on 1'iiday, about the same dis- that here xvill be a canal, with a vast supply *' Liberality and Courtesy." and Vinton, the latter the fast friend of Mr. Jersey; li; nevof Ohio ; Thompson; of Kentucky ; get it as easily a>

    IIetc some excavation will- be necessary lance frojn Nexv-Piirt. ()n Saturday morning, of water power, terminating on navigable tidewater Winthrop. Oiddings charged Winthrop and Harris, Tennesse( *!; McGaughey.of Indiana ;Ash, The great argurnfuUerophtheast- >'
    at a where ships from foreign We arc sorry that the Editor of the Sentinel of Nexv York.
    the rocks we consider as moveable, as liith Dec'r, it was completed to htih watermark port ports for the of North Carolina, Andrews, .
    ;much earth, and taken together do not exceed of the St. Marks, at the New.Port capable of carrying a freight of 7.10 bales of! thowsMio reciprocation ofthe kind feelings his friends with being responsible election Committee of ll'ays and -Ifcans-Messrs. Bay cotton is deliver vlingness
    *o
    cotton, are now actually ling. Tint the St. of a Southern slaveholder to the Speakership. ly, ot Virginia Thompson, of MississipP"" ; intnof .
    ; sell
    Uridge. to .1
    one fourth of a wile iu length ; and we xvhich led us to with him a Happy Hew Year, Missouri Toonta, of Georgia;
    would distinctly state that the hand of nature The result of time levelling ehoxvs that the Matks river at that point, can, at a small ri- in connection "xvith all the world ** and the Vinton retorted, and threw the Hibbard.ot Ohio; Greene New, hampshire;; Doer of New York ; they, if the crop

    has already done one half towards making a purfacc ofthe liver St. Maths, at high tide, at pense, be made to receive any ship? that can blame upon the free soilers, who, he charged, Jones, otTenne.-see; Hampton of PennnxIvania.CommilM Wotild not be so *I 'i|
    of mankind. It is but another
    feet wide that is feet cross the.oyster bar ; in other wort?, may be rest exempli of CamiJIessrs JanielOf North 'vise,, asto !
    channel three feel'deep and thirty point, thirty-txvo lower than that of had caused the, defeat of a warm friend of the Root of Ohio accept
    throughout this difficult section of tho Wacissa. the Wacissa, where the survey commenced easily made accessible to ships drawing from fication ofthe old! proverb who Carolina; Thomas) of Tennessee Nelson;, of New York Cat aspects ot trai ,
    the of the chain Jt is that the 12 to 13 feet of xvater ; and that now eleven the doth Proviso, in the person of Mr. Winlhrop, Wilmot of Pennsylvania ; Dun if so good, and thi
    And by use compass, proper to say levelling was not Forgiveness to injured belong ; Hubbard, Alabama; McLean, of Kentucky; .
    crow bar and sounding rod, we are prepared conducted with the saute care and precision feet can bo found-that tim country allbrds, They never pa idem who have done the wrong. was among the very first to bring before the ham,of Indiana ; Butler, of Connecticut. ?. -c.-' '. : -. demand and! sup \

    to speak certainly as to distance and course, as would have been observed in the location and the lute ofthe canal xvill ofler the means Further than this xvo have no reply for the House that fax-orite measure of time free soil! Committee on C0inerce.-Me'Srs. McLanep ot j : have bejen lulled iv

    movcabl of his last Its of
    .. personalities indecency party. Binghaui
    and iho facilities for Us preparation for paper. ;
    the confluence of all the overland currents ensure against any material error ; and should for Colcock, of South Carolina rP*. e the rlpiUg.i1hereby
    maiket lhat climate and (to borrow an illustration from Mr. Macau- would as soon vote for a runaway negro of Georgia ;
    products
    our con
    the where the Conrad,0.
    above mentioned, to point a more accurate levelling hereafter shoxv a of New York ; Stetson, of Mime;
    r Wacicsa unites with the Ocilla, a distance of diflcrenco of result, that difierencovill as pro. dition, urgently recommend diversion of part lay,) is protected against criticism as the Speaker as for Winthrop isiana.Cornrniilee. Io' UIKr.

    clx hundred yards, forty yard wide, a deep bably be found to increase as to diminish the of our labor to manufacturing purposes, for skunk! is protected against the hunters. It is Mr. Ycnable in the House, and Mr. Clemens on 1'ulic L.nl.Nc5ST9-of, Loui3iasia ; ; even MTh.
    shoal! of forty yards in inequality of level between the which no helter position can be found! than ) in the of %hjsotiri ; ltarnansCn, --.c4t2j14: .
    tannel, save one two points. safe because it is too filthy to handle, and too (the new Senator from Alabama, Carolina ; Mbertson, of Jadiana iaCf& r
    t whete the &U Is about twa feet, and Your committee feel assured that, in any event, the point last indicated ; and finally that the Senate have introduced resolutions into Congress of of NOrII Illinois ; Cobb, of ALebama ; BrookS, .1Uaac&Mast- much 1 1o
    j {sea about eighteen inches. These the error cannot be great. wamiLs oftho whole Union will ultimately, in offensive oven to approach. Ilercaflcr York Hoagland, of Ohio; Hearj, of Ver ? .) ir hot: t

    t l o> other rock, soft and small, and The objects of the "reconnoieance" made all probability, lead to a Hail lload from the hope to keep at a distance. asking full particulars of the PresIdent ; E ,



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    The Tariff.Trcsry I though that in Llveq ol app
    Of be &crthry oftbt slowly, yet rely upon it, the Co'toa is being Having.glanced! nt the importance of pressing RiVs Valley, Jackson County, Florida, on tl e WILL sell on the premises, (at old !Magnoli) on M.UThION COL-UUOUSE.LOkIDA, '

    P Ihi' increase in hc '1arifleem I used up very rapidly. They have another forward our domestic manufactories, allow! me 3d instant, by the Rev. Jesse Robinson, Mr. P.KNJAMING. J. MONDAY, the 2lst January irwtint. ail the prrsonai W. L IIARTSON A PRINCIPAL.! '

    f an ? I olject too, in iew, which I is to present to thc now to give you an extract from work of Mr. property-of the late John Ilaulfn. and the ond the of Mr '
    LIDDOXof Athens .miiis INSTITUTION i care
    thc late Pub-
    faror even from Georgia place occupied by him as a farm rented fo the high
    fl1'i i b l 1jtk fthefupr1ler public! as large a stock as possible o-j! the first Hum, on tho statistics of tho Cotton,trade.He .- Usher of the rir.rida Whig,to Miss SWAN C. SULLIYAN" est bidder jor the ensuing 3 car. There i- among J_ hiRTSONni4tJbv i Sir*. IIARTSON, vril! P _

    ULZI tf) Owli pary, tiilC) snazy ofJ.inffiry. Another reason for the present says : cf the former jjlace.In the said eflcts, be open l br the reception of pupils on' the sccid ,'

    moP4 of ( e8. 'ra'or nrc out quiet maiket may be found in the ftc, that a 'I'hlc value of tho whole export of IJritish A negro woman named Lacy.agcil about SO years. Monday in January intan
    Lo-.vrnlei Co-i-ity.Georcia,on the evening of the A *. Hcmn4 3 ) From knowledge Mr. and Mrs..llartmott'aauPenny
    wrtain( well known firm (Hrukers) in this and Irish pro lace for the last throa has > '
    a gai1l t tt the pr9)OEC'J years 3,1 hsfant, WILLIAM HOWCLL, D-quire, to MiEI.ZB1 3 head Hon-os, 50 head Cattle more or le*?, a tj'iaii'icatietisas well Bit frtra the most ample 44
    $11 holders ofa itaia lot of bales been '
    *uJ ( th sec- place, c< 10,003 as follows : and siti,ficlorj testimonials" of their former nccw
    vtb; Machine J Planing
    irrnr (1U1' :T1I. Shingling new ar complete, a
    '|>H' < N. of Aineticau Cottoa hfld! over since last 1q14. 1ctI-j. 1316. daughter of Captain Uj Martin, of the Machine, new and complete, a splendid counting the Trustees this Seminary embrace the opportunity '9

    tv7' both ihe 1)rcznises he hate receive orders from 50G same County. Desk iron Safe Tim ol recommending ir to the consideration cf parents
    tOo? 't spring peremptory i,300 53,233,000! 31,279,73-! ) room one one extra large pair
    J which !heJt -- ------- -- --- ber Wheels two Cart Whetl- HtMdfteads.! and guarduns who may le desirous of gmo< ,
    to ,
    ox
    and thff cOfldUtfl5 headquarters* New York, to pell ; and thi- of which ci/tton manufactures anl cotton yam pair wards refined ..
    Lfr) 'rn, their duughtets or a thoitugh and ed
    :: 03: 3tr Hoafleur will 2 BeuXim. 1 S.dcboaids, 4 Tables, lot Crockery, and
    ,, d ounccstle M instilling" prop. Cotton has actually been farced through this> formed be phased to receive a Kitchen Fnrrituie, a yellow nine Cistern holding ucation.Tbn -

    !" tlic tariff) imported goods niatkrt vriihtn the Ust rtuight. This alone 2ieii.33: ) 2'l' 1O,3I 2so ,,600fl93, prtdra 'upils in Drawing and Painting, at the! *'mii 1200gallons a lot ol Planes, tl'c?, Spades,0i Institution i is located id lite immediate TICI*

    1 .j"" '(lI I ,rt raise was cufficienl, as it was doubtless itifxle< to that one-half vaiua of all our epo4s City 1!.>U1. Yokes, &c., a lot ot Cooper' and Carpenters Tool*, nity ot! the Tillage ol Madison Cttt( lieu*** rtteof
    ()t) euwii as cone in cohtipeti. i lot of Turpentine Ayes, and the most delighllul healthy tcwm in Ihe Southern 4
    Scrapers
    i ii3fijcu3iiy:; break down the market. Yet, with all these consists of Cotton nnnufactar''sand not more Dippers, a
    "
    lot of Mill Iron in nider kl of old Iron country, having a lopulation of rush moral aol and
    advotVci perfect a ,
    iII, ? ,ih|, our own tnairjfacture*, adverse causes, the miik, though not b .>yanl than one-third; or one-fourth of this large n.iniunt .- Masonic Notie.czir little of all sorts, a Turning Lathe, a lot rf I'tdj and intellectual culture equal to any in (he United State*.

    laxatioit- tfcat system vIi ici las remains Him, azil 1 v.-il] tak' its future tour( arises from the cost of tha raw rn tterfal Thc Cram Annual Commuiiraton! of the adilead*, 4.C., &.C. Terms of snle, Ca>h. In this Institution, (the whole course ol induction

    : fiutnthtf ofafTairs in the Cotton which that the. reminder DANIEL LADD Adm'r. wilt be thorough ; and the pupils will not be '
    liu-n been hHd] op to odium liy tbe Seuti- state region. we piy to foreigners, so Grand !Lodge of Florida will be held in the Masonic vviihoul intimate
    : *L I'lact1] sort reliance threats is thiro'the Newport, January 12, K>0. 1 m permitted topa ver any study an
    no to actnaUy enriching our own
    charged as the peculiar doc- upon stop country Hall, in lliecit) } of Tallahassee Monday, the 1 Jth acquaintance with it. This will be especially the .
    falsely
    i and the -work short-spin fine, or any of that jug.glcry. skill and labor of our manufacturers und day of January, 1SW. Others end Re'prcsentatives Cotton Brokerage. Crfsj with the exccrdmely important fcuhjrct of

    'n'e of the Democratic party-as only Who ever heard of u Manchester factory operatives." of Subordinate Mathematics in the different branches of wl ich,
    Lodges thereof will lake notice and
    anJ equitable fystem of revenue, and tliejyone proprietor spinning fine far fun. The fair Comment on the above is unnecessary.Jo .- BERRY & KOWLE3, pupil* will be thoroughly drilled, and required loaive
    them fhes
    us govern accordingly. A full -enta- the for each in calculation.
    is. that just such ( an J do likewise at ihe repre N addition to their bu ines< Auctioneer and rea'ton* atep every
    enforce *
    winch is calculated to oconi presumptioa they spin as they ye rrmeinbeiing 1 as
    )
    1)fll lion from the Subordinate Lodges is particularly desired The cla-'f* in Music, Drawing, Painting, WaxWork
    CominH-i.ni
    have orders for anj] 112113 time that the first next best to eahin Merchants, will give their attention
    cdministration of affairs. or a certain market nonnother. \ thing and Embroidery, will be Wider the immediate
    i ,
    public tie
    5n the j. !B. TMLOR, lo selling ot COTTON fur planters and otheia
    (!ry! All that is necessary is for our people hanJ. h Cotton ; next to this mules anJ who care cf Mrs. HarUon ; and there M no institution
    may hot (lin.l! it convenient to attend and vjitLi
    The Mirror goes on to say- to put a price on their Cotton as these do lipon jack to spin it into yarn ; an 1 tint!: when Cotton drantl Secretary G. L. Fla. thc arrival of the steamer." Ceinic always on Noilhnr .Sotith, where these branches arc taught '

    .The hif''> tariffm who argue in firorof ti'rijndoUt their goods, and, my word for it, all will b"well. is low in price, iothng will pay so rooJ he spot!, they will be Teddy to take any advantage of more thoroughly or cieiitiicaljr.! ,
    st4 m nr indirect taxation, f<.rert! In connection with the above, the unlrrsijnedCumraittce the miiket that oiler. The strictest attention will be paid to the moral
    Such stand taken in Southern or f=o certain an interest by being kept. !)jnt may
    a ports.based and ol the ladies while
    ". rfiK'- of leelnig piodoced by it IRK s<1f-tm- appointed for that pnrpo !ly Jack-ion Samplesma> be left for e'hihitIun. Charges moderate general deporlment young ; ,
    d ne.ijilc to provide for lli 'ii ownpaltt'.eal upon the probable deficiency of the think that old cotton is unsaleable -quiio thc at t became time, every t thing ct a sectarian influence
    at.d made.Jjtiuiry .
    t Lodge, No. r, announce to thc 1'iompt returns
    lift',. ;,ot i: 1 atav arbitrarily: levi ie4 Uittnal au- : crop; \vouW immediately tell upon this market contrary. There was a lot sold here a ivcck Fraternity throughout 5, JS50. 52 tf will be as carefully avoided.
    .rq I rdce tifGod" tneet tc crava- the State, that on the Thursday folloxving thc meeting The chol..stic year i>t ten months is divided info
    atd ( convincing *. iinners that there was an or so ago that hid been in warehouse here
    7t by
    ) J' nj a HrentiounCoajt. It i is a lact, ; of the Grand Ledge, there will be two tfes 'ionso! five moiiths each. The tir.-t s.ion
    ., jnur. a procession,
    *1 nitchof> eto uierioo' .that all actual deficiency rTirfti and ii ,
    ( ". ri i iio.kLc eIflZ( among the Americaa people"C rapidly advance here to meel any advance told mo that it opened up beautifully Oh public talliliiinofouVcraof: l iheGrand Lodge, ROPE, AND SALT, for sale by end before the!: rcond Moiu'ay i-i Jnti. The second

    J uprt tvat.. in tiw been, lik< our had laws, that might be made with jou-even I 13 cents flu n tile L-toiul Monday in July,
    a* "'* I'e-P'tt'1'' coantnes.. Il is not the 10- I liv it bank until by s'litable to the occa>ion. We corai5TTjrnrjjJtTric *y December.Pupila ) .-
    i irnm is not cxpectinjr much. At no ti-ne in tin* away as carefully as notes,
    r 'ni of can enter al .ny time, and! will only be char... f
    -eiigbtene4 r4lThIc: : I : : "BrVthrei"orSi
    t '' "' w'4 of time Cotton trade have and called for by the demands: of trade at a remunerating LotTges Fn flie'Slate *
    .' ". 1J %tt will lIP C''ti Hrd b\ thc history planter6 Planters' Notice. ?ed until the end of the term. 1'uli derive great ; j
    L<' In Uie iluuse u* Iepr4t1flitt2ea.; fistors had the game so completely in their price. Above all things keep it outof and adjolung Couuties of Georgia, to tome ORMOND will exchange TurkV advantage, however, by entering ut the beginning(
    I ii.: 4 up in th<* spirit i" Masonry, and unite with in McNAFGIIT& tlieterrn.
    hands and it ihv market as much as possible during the 113 '
    lidirulous theories and absurd dcdticiimF own as al present ; yet appears [ Corn, bushel for bu-hel.
    p The that, far the want oi a little firmness they a-c month of IXwmWr, Januirv and Fehruarv. the celt!>iilion; Said partake of tIe hngpilalities ol Newport, January 5, I i3O.' 5i Young ladies pursuing full course will receive
    in the Treasurer's Report, are thus ban.Jitil thc Ricthren J-ckson diLpmnas cr certificates ot graduation.
    throwing it away and cutting their own Your Friend. .V OlTilKKN( VLANTKU.Tilegrapliixi {. Lodge, wit! out any further

    I bv tie \ 'aiuion come oadcot of the throats as fist as their adversaries could desire formal invitation. Lost or Mislaid COURSE OF STUDY.

    fvr the Sio'inna'tXiw (;eoriam., NOTE made to Dr. S. McGehee, dated The course of s'udy is divided info tire elates. 4
    Commerce U. A. SIIIXP payable
    Journal C1HS.:
    :>. V. : or to the citent at least of two or three i: UYKC,
    YOUK, Jan 1. j.1.. some time about I the last of Octoiier or first ol The hlttdin f the Juvenile Jfjiartntntf are
    Vnt! *i iun Of weath and plenty Tcml have cents per pounl on their Cotton ; for even, Brown & Shipley's circnhr the do- J. 15. TAVLOU' WM. 0. On the -2 nl> D ember, Spt'tlinz, Reading, Writing, and Mental Arithmetic.Fu .

    : imncd u:'wn every read of Mr. M >rediiir woajfr with a crop) of 2,300,000: bales, (which, I quotes J. s. KUST, Cuin.nitfcc, i r. I found said note in (Ihe hands of a Mr. Leach, a at Class-Heading,Spelling. Modern Ceurgrapliy. -

    : > i< Trfjsurj Hepurt' There is certain no li- imagine, no one in the South not ad er&ely cline in two weeks as per accounts brought llorse-tradci from Tennoa-iee, to whom I paid the Grammar; Writinsr, and Anlhmetir.KrconJ .

    Ift: r 1hi I.imlI interested now believes will be produced) b} (the Canibtia, at fully id., and closing dull.!! si,. A CiraiidCoRtosatlon of ihs Grand Royal full amount of said note, and su'pn4r'l that I had taken Clftsv-Arithmetic concluded, Elementary
    of Protection and M
    hi< proposed si1em nufi.tu'ins Botany, Modern Geography, with Iheineoftfu
    The market
    hem when I ?
    cotton but t-viniilion
    yesterday was veiy charge ot it, ca : sot
    tti" iretsure* 44 !h<* whole world would there will still be a deficiency of fiiily f>00,000 irregular. Arch Chapter of the State cf Florida, will ba KtM hone, I coijl 1 not find it. Tliw ii, therc-f.-re, to forewarn Globes, I'driTg Eerci4, Hi-itnry cf the United

    :fd int< iliehandsot'taiUi'insof mumfactnredmdsft' bales he stock hand in in the Masonic Hall, in the of Tallahassee S-ale-i, WatN the Maid Rhktorical
    bt poJ ( oti Europe being at city on all perionx from trading for i jt, a* I shall nut t on Reading,
    I "oulJ be able 1o export, if cottau goodtatrr' least 200,000 Iriles less than last year a state NiwOR! Jan. 2-0 P. M. Monday, the 21st day if January, 1550. nay it a jin. Should the eye of Mr. L'-ach fall on Sliin.r, and dciiing.)

    / rmtJit be annuirififfajmtid la the amount of i of and unexaniple 1 The market to diy was rather fav.jrable to J. D. TAYLOR, this notice, he will do me a favor by enclosing sue a Junior Sttnlies- Algebra! Geography of theTIeavens -
    forty-Jilt milHim ?4S,tit) profound peace commercial .
    and
    1:4rd! ($ t,4)11.)
    I
    Worcester's 1
    ttr the date the Hi.-tnry, Analytical Botany,I'ar-
    the of
    .. the Ihjflkf't, '4 1n fujJ and absolutely buyers. Sales 700 bales, at irregular prices. Grand furrclory (,'. R. .1. C. Fla. receipt against note, bearing pay
    AJ; : 1'' ame prIlnrnMi our | prosperity, cheap capital ment. K. M. MOORE.Je'ferjon ing in the IVets Rejdingj Es.ay Writing, (daily,)
    ji T i *r ud! / fa thereby in Me taflwnw tnerfatvJ." redundant. Rice is steady. Sales -1UO tierces, at :8.$ .-.. .- -' -.- _ Cour.tr, January 5, ls0. 5 Composition Writing.Xtnior .

    Ttc IT')' i' T.rJe j ,to know what gm'd ire U A SOUTH HUX PLANTER. POLITICAL.-In M oit real i the a ii r.eaationmoVCni'tits BOARDING HOUSE.MR. $tu
    i b? in'jfi'i : Anytliiiu tat can be manttfactuivd ] Notice. Logic, IntIIctuil Philosophy
    are progressing npidly.( A petition
    A'I( I C 1 I For the 6nt 'ear we rnihtrt ; and MPiS. LLOYD, respectfully announce to Moral Philosophy, .Natural Fhito'"phyanl (

    pan! for our 1rom 'ndoiw <*xjrort by LIVEUPOOL, November 23d, 1810.DGAH for the furtherance ot tbisoljcct! has been fie ciii/e'-i; ol Talfe.'ias' "-, that thi'y leave taken BY -.IrUie of an order pa-->*-d by the Honorable Latin,(ipl innat,) Daily Eiaay Writing, Composition,
    of Probate fur the of! Leon, I will
    Hvvrltl ni all il buHion and ireciou started and Las received 1200 Jude County
    iepfl | already bignalures. poJes ion( <-f the loii-.e furM ii iy w cuj>ittl t>> General; Iteview of Studies.
    I r s tut irii U we take w't ? Tt-rlmih ea Sia : Having been ** a looker on here Mr4. Lnu, as a P.oardijg KOU-.C', situate'l In the sell before the Court House door, in Tallahassee, on '

    ittcnt' d( ll ri a pound, coi!! at five dollars aPM itt Vienna" rince August last, and entertaining M\nvi.A.n In his M8sige the Govern ELj| t } iju .- > I ot tU&Gity, and neurly adjoiuinsIhe the first Monrhj! ii: [February next, the real estate of PRICES OF TUITION.
    >-- E. Freshwater minor, cnaisiina of Lot
    ,
    -md. rnrf n t *n rf &
    a deep solicitude K>r and sympathy with ( More Mr. II. ,Bryan, and are now ready '
    Tluse would l or of Maryland the state finances in 15!, the North Addition to the city of Tallahas '* *.
    ((1 jr* a | !ftf 'tc. f n* ii ) wmTr npreseufs tniTioJate! hoatdcrs in ('ls'! *' 12 ($>
    to re-jgonable
    ACC day ots terms.
    gif .. 14.iLil prur great staple in tho United a ;prosperous condition. The Slate: debt he Mr. LVv.-l! knoqu,4iti<-.ith>ns as a gjcd caterer see. Teria made ka wn on the div '.f ale.K. Shroud Clas .' 'I 4. J5 OOJiii.ii

    t, "oc ,ir itowth offlucSi artirles.i. Thretor I 8taus, I am induced to ofT-rio you, and thro'you says can be easily liquidated in KJears.. Ii-j hrritifuie in tins! citya&l; t l ahrein supplying E. GIBSON, Guardian. Studies, 2'J' (-0

    ,1 j.. S'T I a* *1 ncc aChitMte all, with I lo the parlies iminedi-itr-lv interested, a takes, Southern ground on the slavery! his mtmswith? cvcrvarity tl.e niarktt and vegetable January 5, 1S5<>. 52 ts Senior! Studies, 25 00
    ; dorrs, opcnlne only inside nUt, and tn make t tup otiong Music on I'IJIHT, *' 25 OCf
    i TZ
    i il"v >ugg ?*tioMS, \vliich properly acted upon, kiug m allUrd, it v3 be presumed allurd a suftii'fent -
    t. l kulfl' C41UUIjtiI," 1COfl1ffl 't'r ta- question. Use of Instrument, *- a' 5 Qfj J
    ; jiiu-t have an important and i think an eiil'cttta indtiremctit fur tha e who may desire to give Estate Stile.ON .
    ? i d! an ni'lr (' p i ir brtakai1, i tat ox his Dliwing and Painting '* a. 10 Ct7 >
    ht-a'r a fair trial. Every end aviir will b.' made, 2nd wilt be
    SATURDAY the of
    I r. aiu: h-i\ t it ll.n e t awci%of flour ?ncl> iiiiluer.cc hi jiroilucin unifonnity audc rtaiuty btith by llr. and MiS. L.to render Ftbr'ry. \ our n.-s !' rj mfortable bidderat the I). P.
    I !? .11 ,.' rr u' i in !> in pi ice*. The chi--f eama' ,, F. Ntwsorn.in Jflrsumi County the following lu-i'J: !,
    n fl1 !hfl 1FV'! On sft'h i1orio liv. in ct'r inarhcts i i-: that fdtal amid feuid Ul : Jan. :?-10 A. M.I.JV'w. atlent ire sen anti. The cpc.l.ing doj'artinent will btirirsly belonging to the chilJifn of Thicaas Stephens, decca.ed will La perccsvfd IbaV $25 00 per term is tha

    -({ > '*rnm n i1"d*' by I its head of 1wFjtin T >a ry ? Liter ry and Scientific tranches, including the Ancient
    )those who dt the
    markets in three or four months., Thiis n< thing <*6terd.iy% quota'.inns fir Cotton in New. may ire tofatroi2! ; ll.rn-e. A I ., Lauuaes.

    the Hnulrslt'u Mitfwy.Proipecis less than being buuud hand and foot, and | Yoilc were for fair Uplands' 11| j fair O.icans12J. dated single with family one or or a fe.T two gtntlt-mert ftrnishcd ran or be uniuruished acrcnnso- ;F.niiN:., containing E 1 of tU in all N W 71|50-lOJ of Sec acres.;Ti i, T 1.Terms Rp, S made and The Imntit'.tion will be 4ut>}>iipcl with Chemical

    of Ccttsn.We delireriiigouis lves into tho power cfy ureiccuU'rtieis. : The pupjily is pgbt. room, if deirt- kiuan on the da> of s le.OCTAVU3 and Philosophical .vparutns and a \\ell assortedt"ia
    ical. liistorifdi arid
    jd.-M'.fcli: Ifi.iw aa intcrc tinff and 't1u. The deliveries of Cotlon into The M esage of the Governor nfXew-Yor'i January J2, 1S.V) 1-tf H. GADSDEN, Guardian Miscellaneous Library.
    N. H. Vocal Music taught Ic, all the pupils n ithfcut't -
    al coiMTijuiiicatian: ; from a biehlhouthern % ItCJitI the several purta from New Orh-aas to t'hirli'Rton announce the estimated debt of the State at cf the children of Thomas Stephens, dec'd. ha( !.

    ; gfttjtleman, now in Liverpool, ra.tue Jijr every week, and a comparative state- t ii:; ()lOO.OUO dollars, und the annual revenue For Sale or Rent. Jefferson County. J. uutiry 5,1SJ. f 2 ts One-half teims cf tuition are considered due in -

    I to iU prasjwcts of c tl{.oj.'Jing week of the previous at 4,000,000. 1T.T dpir.iiil,' summer residence on Like Erad- advance,or the wh le at ihe middle of the term.

    d that it is fully! corroborative of the is regularh posted the ISichange .1. lord, fur health and jit-astire, within -1J rz.Ies List of Letters Scholars from abroad can obtain board either lit
    firrrtv year up DALTIMORK, Jan. 3-3 P. M. t,{ TdlUhai-C2 ; lho u tlesjous of parchasin-r, will T I) r.MATMNG in the Test Otlke at Tallahassee, the family of the Principal, or in private families in
    litirc thrown before News llooju week and theso
    tirwi wi rejoatedl'| our etery people the
    call the There i town.
    oa undersigned. are 50 icres cf J.V January 1,1550
    ' l reHJc-" <*rjiiujr: it-* last twehc' njfHjjJiB. while consider every bale so deli'.eicd as their legitimate JYe.r1'ort Marfat.Today land attached to the hvjc, arid thirty cleared, a Amos, L N kelqiArmtrotig ; H. W. P.AnnAMORE, President.

    t"U.. rnrrcpnn I ct' nnporttmities for oer'a. prey, particularly when you regularly, two thousand bales! of Cotton were good grape Arbcr-ordurl-voung oranze trees ic.J Richard J/incasier, Mrs A B XV. A. BRINSON, 1I.

    *> *', gu ndiaiooai u-ei 1&Uu opiwions. from year to year, glut the market in Decem- sold at an advance of from an eighth to a quarter Oil NIC LLOYD Alexander. Robt LayingDavid. JIT BUNTING. (-Trueaa!

    & her, January and reu.uary, crowding your of a: cent. Fair Upland! quoted at lij ; -' -4 '- if rit.C1J p.vi'PP *tLeetch S.,B. THOMAS. -- -
    R (1 IT it. pj.iTtt,
    l4tEIoaL, Di-c.) 13, 1q49. I-'actor's tables ani preosUig: =at s, when, by Fair Mean, 12k.EW.OflLL.tNs. At1l.soaiUl2. j
    Notice.'flh1Cun4rsigtd Abil, II F Lloyd, Clinton Janaarj 5.1 I'). 02
    < r'r1.M1x; : : a few dayago your paper ofi'J chance, the article is a little up, whn common Baum, Peter Lewis, John

    November, lisl! into rny'liawi in wliidi 1 I I"It" sseuxe and reason should leach you that thi is '\ ..Jar..l- 03 r. ai. L tcinanaious' to close hU rnr r.roouie, James Lloyd, David

    piafred io FC an ariicie ou the Cotton the that like He- tactile aifdhn at :jiison: Court House, oilers Bradford, R J 2 Lancaster, Jad. 2 Valuable Plantation for Sale.
    very thing buyers to see. The 1Lk'rLci-Risc ofihc River
    4.c. for sale hi) entiru stock, tcnsijtiug t-f a peaeral assortment
    t rid* aiiJ its falure prospects which so fallyruiinded collect that Un.re is not only in Cotton but in The the Dr. Steam Camlritiliz of Goods usualV kept in a country store, L'ri Jges, (J WPronn.J Ltnc3 tcr\,\'mLiang Mt J B '[It JU offer for sale that most valuable tract of land .
    news by BIJrown Lafibon,
    \vnh ray own views, tisat I take the all other tran aclois! ; a wide rliticrencii between tftgellier with the storeliouic lot, sad fixtures. Green Mrs! C T I belonging to the estate of L. II. Branch, de-
    alli-cted (Cotton market. Four ?f.un-J- ceased lvin nke
    not our on lamonia. about twelve mite
    nil' ry of Jiandio you the eoclosed] writtctt ** Will *' Any pewti Ik3rOU3 of e tfring into a lucrative and:
    bin ? and Will sell !f Kevolv, DavidF.ravtonC Marvin, A Tallahassee
    you worth ,
    you ted ii ties sold full ot containing'00 acres, more or
    urivatf uere yesterday, ut price. safe buiness, w<>uiJ do %ell to look at the stock, .sit
    ? and coufi.JpmiaJ k'Uer U G
    to an old From the tinys of .Solomon down to the preeut lyrd Clinics C .Mays, ess. This i is one of the moot beautiful plantation
    T'je River is rising rapidly, and has broken will us oCt-rcd on thc Jiost favorable term.-i. MitchellDV
    in/Mxi. without e' n the mo .t distant Vi iewtopi.'ul'city Uio of the buyer has been : ** it is A. II. COLK. L in the County ct Leon. The land hen sxceedinslyevel. -
    ;' but cry I j through; thc levee in several places above. Bradley, Henry Mills Henry J 2 and in of is cf the first
    : vhich, at the instance of point fertility, nest
    I : *< wtf naught, it is naught ; how much iu ire, then, Serious apprehensions iniuk k case they : tert.tined.t1lme weather is quite frosty. Beall, Mrs Elizabeth 2 There are about 400 acres cleared, and a first raId
    Vi'ti all ft* ininetlectionE, as you sec it. to repletion ? Keep your Cotton at home, Mill. Site for Sale. ISond, J M lorris, Wm S C Screw, and a large and newly finished framed Gin .

    It a;'pear* to me that much injury has been withhold it from the market {ridges{ Ronen Morri more,J LMcGehee. hI* use.
    especially in those Lady Jane J'ranUin.-\Ve learn frorn the rpun MILL SITC frfmiTly owned and occupied

    ; 1iI.t' MI y 'arK patt to our Cutton intenjst ; hyrr 1 months and only send it forward as it is want- New Yoik Commercial Advertiser, thai a J. by John Ham Ion iar old Mag'i"lia, a<* a Saw Bre\vkirk Brocket, Samuel H II Overton, EC-. C A 2 Having a front of about two miles on Lake larao- 1

    thr \ n! o\er-production; thPfact{ of which i cd. DJ not lie aft aid ui its and Griit Mill, whicJA'-as buri.t in thc summer of cia, it secures the finest range for hogs, cattle, and .,t
    falling : nothing letter has been received in that city from Bee!;, James Olford, Miss II S stock of every kind. It is one ol the healthiest and
    h i is cd-r.-d f fr sile. The dam and 1'iunJh-
    l !tb47, :
    h.n f now
    to create z. panic diktruw urnunriuluc can make it do but this in the mtrk't. Brvson, Stephen Ponder, E G
    i S--Q glut Lady Jane Franklin! in which she asks advice lion, &cis compiete.t igether! with Water Wheels, oht desirable neighborhoods in the Stateaudwith-
    M-,*, anJ a
    .' I lk the itch-lo Ua c ot rid f UKKOUU as depression Cotton ha-; always been worth sed In tihort with Mill could II I'latts: ,AleaanderCourtney. Altogether situation of this tract of land, and
    addre as to the expediency of her com verytntling expense a W Prrker, Mus Ana Oizi
    p-is !'liV and it IK thik, feeling which I re-rmilt. The dftaand for lur.b"r is uultnuttd. Philip he character cf ii; soil, render it one of the most
    ; be
    weji ten and it would have been
    cents, in' nred to I ing over, with a view to the arrangeippnt of I Cute*. A II Powell, Juc.esPcrpoec.a desirable in (he State. '
    ii-.v. t to combat and correct. And I divider Situated as site i i3 d I the planter hit bad been held and 1 I J A Antany
    venture Comas
    ; an expedition, at her own expense, fur the In Ttrnss :-A reasonable credit will be givenupon
    cra creek it to
    practicable ship.
    f' 'l! d iiy of the Southern pre la viidVavw 11to tie assertion, that there is no investment; that renewal next Spring, of the search for her ioU, :th rV JPvriJ, renderinj ibsirj'ic or easier controlled water Connell!, J G Rice, JV good security bin giren. Good t titles will be mader

    I disabuse *he puUlic mind on this subject, I would so well Cotton withheld I from n'jt balance Craig, John Rowe, James 2 JOSEPH BRANCH,
    pay as husband. :Sh3; meuitate the purchase andequ'jiMent jHittfd'WM> txwfih these parts. Tbe tUl John WItoveno
    Ithani ins ,
    nnd lead it, liy facts and arguments, tu look market rtliiiJding be done in month Cam, JAMES II. BRANCH,
    at of thai i '
    to
    periols depression. re iuired can a
    : Again : of two small vessels, with which Cook, J VfCave.liW P. R Administrators L. Branch.
    of II.
    hard carneJ
    i |K H their produce in a different Owuou ksu weeks. 4 <* in the Mil! line, desirous of
    within thc or SiX Any
    1sr the future__ pat year, been placed she hopes a more successful result may be obtuincd jHmndJohnCraysber ] December 20, lvlt. 51
    I liphi uriicin of kt I! call and examine
    as an intrinsic iifion a much higher an4 ,. cerUiu basis a change, wool J rta to premises. Charles M Roach, Spencer P
    than that which has
    inconsiderable ; so cruelly dUappoinied Same tract hafsame'good land hard by, for
    'xiiiu: t''I 19< tteot of fiied) I than ever before and finn Che nut, J S Rjbertson.JaoesRiddle
    ; my conviction is, her, under the command of Sir James culliration. For iu&rraation, enquire of The Quincy Male and Female
    vjtlu.'. which foot J
    fair Chas-siaan, John ,
    commanding from
    a price j jn all 1 have hctn and learned liere, iliai lints. s DANIEL LADD.

    tlii market 9-dvy will io-marrow. Ami 1 with a reasonable degree of prudence ou the '?Newport, Januiryjl2. IS-/O. 1 tf C.obettJ L StephensGD?. fcun.non3T ACADEMY
    Mrs '
    why: fhotiid1 nut planters thus regard it ? On | of 4Miccosikic Camel,Hiss AdlineDuval *\ \\7"1LL re-open oa MONDAY January 7, 1S50.
    part producers, in withholding their crops, Religious Toleration ii Tmzrkcy.-As a ; A Forma Sale, \Vn: i Institution has, lor the bat five yeart;

    u.i oiuer projrany or produce ifatfv |JK a limit.Wow that piices may be and will! be maintained at proof of the religious toleration enjoyed in Academy. Dawkin;, Thomas .Shephens, Navelto i>l"ii under the superintendence ot the subscriber,

    which they will not *!}. Coltyii alone, |! au average ol' 10 to 1'JJ cents fur years to Turkey, a firman has been issued at Constantinople Principal-VflLLliM.t TIIOS. I HOI.DKRXnS) Duval, Nancy Ann Currency, SarahSinguefieSd and its continued and increasing prosperity during

    iue inubl important of( all other interests thcvui'ii'jic come. There is not one good reason against inviting thc communities who do *1ui3L-1'o be o'pIi'd\ by a fen.alc whtu cccari'jnjaay Devant, Erastus R JloseiSinlcton this period, is a sufficient guarantee tf its permaCency -
    not demand it. Drlay.J :.i C T J r.Hurgc ,and of the estimation in which it is held by the
    the maikft be
    into
    to eacriiiued, or it, while there are in its favor. Thc profeis Mahomcdanism to choose
    many their own of d.U titution restimed Ellis, James M *, Miss Elizabeth comrnuait%. During the scholastic year which has

    uItI, \ha'cver' price the purchaser thinks frticccsfeful introduction ofrtearn navigation by members for the Divan, (municipal council.) .pHCcsiTtirr th*j first day? of lanuiry intant,were antI it is now on.L in CIdred fc UobinsonM< Skr'.ne, V V juat cto eJ. if has nuirbered six teachers and one

    ; m opt*r to offer. The consequence i is, that in sea has opened up va<,v4litl operatiot. The location of this Acado- I Eaton, SO Stephen, SR hu-.idred and foity-cne students. More than 1000(

    ineas'jns abundant ir raiaer rubunJantkjpplies good", unknown to tho world as consumers of the civil privileges. mmthe ui Benjamin Steele, S E a Library, Chemicals, &r. for !he use of the school..
    ; in isaulbern the moral comsnunii rtinote from the usu.il incentives
    purt Kctinv are re.apped fabrics few When ;
    our a years ago. )oim and Forhi, Mr Stockw ether, JTurnbull.Dr the .
    and will command it elf the Survejic i* taught with chain and compass.
    tuic to
    jtLiife iy both in New Spies The Xew Yoik I disswatj'n,
    York and Liv.tci I speaks cf
    considered press
    wen herself
    boys, no young lady : I f.uoit t le notice o* thc public. 'I he building is Fiukrscin, John Students inGcoU y and Mincialocty have access to
    er1ouI depress ptices to extreme low rates, becomingly dressui ibr a ball or wedding persons in that city, moving iti fashionable! ne t and comiiHHii.es. The play irronnd i ample Poster, James M Tubin, Thomas M an extensive cabinet of minerals, containing specimens
    I
    I &ui the bulk of the crop PIKSOR ln\t theiU ( without an J India muslin robe. Now India society, who are nothing but spies, supported and well adapted t t4the purpose of recreation. Instrurtiuti Forman, J 2 Tcmpkins J W 3Freshwater trpm various parts of the world. Those fond

    i is oi'fcpeculalors who pocket lJj to S'-iO I and thc Brazils are considered thc most im- by foreign governments! to watch the actions is irivcn il the cbsiic. mathrmitic and Miss M! TomplcinQ JaincsII,Sntth ot reading, hare the advantage of a well selected

    j'r lu.l, prolitk. This scene i is now being j portant uiaikci for all kinds of cotton goods of pi i vale individuals and public men, and all may the be branclu's obtained cjan Irfra six!Cnjhsh to ttn dollars education. month.Dotrd FU Fennell.tch-r,Vv'm L L Tompkin Turk, *, John H most Library 37,the containing standard,authors among in other history.valuable The works classes, .,

    eIlLIed with great apiritliy New Yoik opera t t'or trout JIagland. Trance and] the Continent especially their own cointryairn, to report to 1 Thc scholastic yeai is divided into l tso ptr e4-ions of Floyd, RJPrances Taylor, W FTownsend in Natural Philosophy and Chemistry, are admitted
    *, hn.1 the heir (jovcinmenU. Such snLc'rLIc Mrs David. XThoropo't to the of the and allowedto
    nutwtthstauding present fuvora j now take fully half as much of the raw material gcozn.Jrtis ;c,4444aI 'adl.-filltre} will be o vacation of l-vo manipulations laboratory -

    h.e: UI 'al and political position Europe, and as England docs, and they arc urging forward should be branded and kicked out of all months during I the juntner. Thc tuition fees are as Grart.Fisher,Pleasant George ,J John DVinrstiZ of the experiment teacher. for No themselves similar Institution, under the in the direction South

    'U destitution of this article decent Fociety.Testimony (yllows, to wit :
    comparative so and their manufactories with Vickew J L
    increasing Pint Cla3s.-r.tadimr, Writing and Orthography Green[ LovicGaskins affords greater auvantnires to students of either sex; ;
    iieceMdry 10 lhi'ir very etistene", together( great ardor ; and I tee that the Southern States $0 (X) hardy Vail. JWhiltier for acquiring a thorough, academical; education.

    w i u the certainly (in all unprejudiced minds) tire being awakened lo tho importance of thisubj.ct. of the m:>st dUtinxttiihed Pfiyticinns as Stcoti'l C'la.s.-\ri i thmet Ic. Grammar, Gent, John ; Mi .sWutmore Chizaheth Competent andlaithful Teachers are employed in the 'I1

    I" A tu the Vittiift and cjjicaty of Go-jcki, Wm C Jonathan several Departments, and no exertions will b<* wanting
    u-rv
    d-'Jiaeniciop, jet \vc tee this market Uod; grant that it may continue and Modern Geography, Reading, Writing, Wiley,
    Mrs Ann
    d.-firussfd and inactive the extend. DR. coRRirrrs IIIGHLV I I CONCENTRATED and SprilingVfch'fj.( ,) 9 00 riroever, to render the Institution worthy of a continuanca .
    through instru- Instead of culture WalMonThomasWhitens
    increasing Gibson[
    your Junior Studics.-Bot Natural Philosophy JugeMllouck of the liberal patronage it hat hitherto received.
    -niHljiy tifpattie* iu New York, who ippre. invest your surplus in manufactories thus rendering SYRUP 0? SASSAPARILLA. Fersingin H-e army poets, History, Mechor M West Icy L Board. including washing, maybe obtained, either
    ; i fur The Formula of this invaluable Preparation ha Henderson, Frederic 2 Ware, Mrs Mary C with the teachers, in several
    cup ah likt-ly to turn out fully ant your Cotton crops secure of a good Legic, Moral and Iiiiellectual Philosophy or resp 'ctabl[- families
    t from 'J,4UO.t)00) and the been Lid; before many of the lultiail iMedical Stcietits I 14 00 Hart, James Walker, ThosTWe in the town, at prices varying from $7 to 10 per
    ragr tay to 2,000,000( | price, at haute time large profi's from New } tGtore E
    in Hngtand, and had roct'ivrd iw eerv case Hunter, H S month. For further particular*' see printed cata:-
    :p4' manj, very rtiat;%, both here and in M. n"r the manufactured article. Another reason I heir: t--pecial toiniitnddlion., I It hrs been acknould Senifr SiwIis.-Geomet Latin and Greek rv, Trigonometry languages 20 00 John.St John Wilder, Sullivan lugue, whidi may.obtained bv application to

    '', "' espect n to burt, upon them with a why 1 think prices will be maintained in ftijture > d is the moat powerful( anti-intf jet knwn.ThoroujihljC .- Algebra, Johnson, Win Jr Whiting, Washington! N. II STEWART PrincipaL I

    'V of threw millions. i Tiider this htato of i is that consumption has overtaken time cleanihiji thc Hlood, IliacljcatingScrufTdUit Occajlonal exercises in Mncrconics will be afforded Jent, John V.'etmore, G Quincy, December 15, 1S49. 4'J 4t ,
    tihiigh.; aud to defeat Jhebe uIoi and alTjiding the most healing (jualitiea to the mere advanced pupils. DecLrmtion and Johnson, Dr N A Wodden, HenjWhalcv :
    The stock
    gentlemen, it wi'loii.v production. biirplus of American to Uifi-dHtd L.'ingi K ; an l giving to the CouiunsjJtive compaction will receive appropriite care. Johnson, Mis FrancU A T II
    IM tieceesary fur our planters to limit Cotton in Liverpool was feS,10() ( () bales on the Restoration of 1 llealtlm I) GUG. E.;; DENNIS, Sec'ry. Jinkin, Mrs HellenJelTcocI Ware, TH Dr. W. S. MILLER,

    '(>-i( nrtton, ami instruct their factors to plant :albt December, HI"). The stock reported Tincelebrated Surgeon tud Physician, Dr. Vfclcntir.e January 12, 1550. 1tfInformation J B War**,Henry DENTAL SURGEON,

    "i-ms-ives firmly upon 1U to 15 cents, and last week was only 213,510 ; allowing av. \!1t.tt, Prei&t.t ot"thc New York AcaJcmv of Kindon, II' Williams, Ric'd pRADU YFK of the Baltimore College of Dchial

    t it tic -asiy! and for the Medicine, ha* given his et'pcul notice to the accu- Wanted. King, Willis VJT Surgery, respectfully tenders his
    professional
    tj-t certainly as i erage for of the above letters
    of Dr. Corbctt's and Persons calling
    rate
    lit' Preparation ;permits ns to { any services to all who the .
    great argument used here in favor of a oj the time, it must be reduced, to or even below rtk-r to )him as to its virus. I D LET, at my riiidcnce in this Village, 'on the will please say they are adrertiled.Il.. tat operation Room require at the performance Hotel. of Den ,

    ''ui'eiop' iMhe astonishing} rapidity \vith which 100,000( bv the 'JUt December next, with This j is Tt-stirnony rot Amj.le bat in liosluii, 13th of December hist, an aged lady by the NASHP.M. at thtir residence, if deVired.City Ladies attended -

    "' n delivered into the oll.cr di.i tiMjuislK'd I ''h Aidant, ha wal-io afforded name of Elizabeth Sawyer leaving sowe personal January f b l lO. 25 31
    u port and the) wjj.J thc certainty of the incoming crop being very ) t beirapprov.1 her hare ,, Dr. M. has liberty to refer for character and aHll
    which can &
    legal representative
    J>iiiei}: to tell ol thJ4 sigu lty clficaciuui medicine. Such property j-r -ii ily ni i an Operator, to Professor
    at current Chapman
    price ; for, say deficient. Indeed, from what I taw and know iiukir.r She stated that she had relatireiJirLt A. Harris
    by application. Mules !
    Ir. J. C. Dr. J. %V. *
    Wbneu. Warren
    as
    ** !)r. George of Baltimore Dental College,
    lp3, if the crop wan really shoit I, llallterb"oid the state of the crops before I left the United HjjwarJ, Dr. John Jeffries Dr. J.'V. C. Salth and ;' ja Slilledijeville- Ga., m.d in Florida. LOT OF HANDSOME aor hugh H. McGdire, of Winchesteir Maryland Medical and Profs% ;

    i not be so Mupid, or their ficloiK t>o un- Slates, with what 1 have l.tard since, I itl.'rs ; rnauy of whom have given their name in WM. J.KNAUFF. A TENNESSEE MCLES, bite, Virsinia. CcK .

    to accept tliete rates, under he prc*. fchouU not be surprised houlJ it turn out even writins, in fjvorf sanative powers. Pendleton, So. Ca., Jan. 15, ts'tO.Carder. bought expressly for this market Decembers, ISta. 51CoPartnership '

    1l ltCtb> ot trade, which was* never helter, le** than* that of IS 10, which was 1,773,051 Alexander 1 P.. Molt, T-i., Drccjrist of New Yojk, for sale on terms as tiveraff1 ---------_ '
    Seeds. -
    Ii win of the distinguished Dr. Yaleatiiie Molt writes ----
    aJuod and ble as the tunes and nature of
    the
    present relation between bales. Should this provu to bo the case, or us under the iltle of Nov., 1S4S : t .
    / 1izIaii1 assortraent? of fresh GARDEN SEEDS '. the case will admit. Call and ,
    and bU ) >ly. Hence, too, t-piuners the crq uot reach much above 2,000,000, all 4' The I'lnsucianj of this city .\l.o have rr.aJe use AL\RGH from the celel/rated garden of G. see my Stock, at the Stables oMessrs. rpCsub3criber: having a ocia.ed tbenwelre. ..
    a
    beenjulled to deep by the yien bong of who hold to their Cotton w 511 gU well paid for of C >rbtls S\rupofSarsapanllaPxj>reM themselves R. Garretaon, on Long Island. For mle by Miller fc Brokaw and ;. eri" e APOTHECARY LINK OF' BU,

    : : iSrf? ?" 3 P '* piped' rer here ty cver>' il beforo .May or June next. The wants of pleaded- with its eflects and arc constantly ordering LEWIS &. AMES. judge for jonrs-ehes. A. W. FOTTER. bI Ei.8, uiul r the Crn,
    L the world il. January t, 1830. 52McNaught December 29, !*19. 51 3t SPed folly s&lirit t th patronage ol the citizens
    receipts have proved large, the require three millions of bales at These are credentials the public may rely upon : rally. YMy have crdereJ gena- "
    and
    t ,, kept out of the tnaiket, least, for which it is mainly dependent upon for they are tlnee of the hi heat authority and largest & Ormond Notice. few ilayi, a general sortntent, of are MEDICINES everting! in "
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    ,
    tnd through' this hargo us. 1'or all this boat of ludias Egyptians experience in medical Bciencc anil r.scarclu nf the het quality intend c
    crup Irish ,, They to sell
    FFER for gate! Potatoes, yellow planting, MEETING of the Stockholders cone but ;
    of the
    ; ;V' even jet expect, to !put clown psi. I'crnams, Surats, I'alestines, &c. and *' other 53nnVD.. RRINLHY fc CO., .Sole Proprietors: .O Flonr Northern and Western, A Bank of Florida' will.be held Union such flS are ;vo4. ,
    ; at the
    Rt2iilil. This Mate of For ale by them in any ijuantity, and by their appointed Bankirtj Their stori-is opposite the Courthouse. Moms,' '
    thiun's counlries thai an
    however, they parade to ostentatiously lUlf barrels No. 2 Mackerel, House in the city of Tallahassee the tirst
    4fluoLljit Agent iti the United SUtes and Can Jas.LKXVIS MOD roe streetratTjotnini* !the! Pot Offke. ,
    ,
    P fl.uch J&inger ; thcyare rapidly before thc public, amounts, ill fad, lo nothing. Codfish, Mullet, and Bos Herring, day Tn February next; for the election of Directors t to (ASII ,' a
    lIsizIpJrthvlr home or af. of theo bale than ] & AMCS, Cheese mn'lloxes.cwpOit said Bank. H. L. ftlJTEJtaCa.er; "
    ;r jwatc n tcks, and Many am nut larger a good JUNIUS L.TATLQ$ '
    Sole Agcali for Tallabaisce' January 6, lfc>30. 5a Devethbtr 9, tt1' fi! -
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    .i_ Series for 1890. liE exercises of this InstitutIon will be resumed A man by ll.. ? ?,, ftfc 1.4pp .,LItA

    T MONDAY OF JANUARY aa of ,h. Mfc ( ,
    SECOND rT.Wfl.J
    the
    .TOURNAL on
    THE HOME ,
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    AM KLKCAXTLT PUTLD of Mr. B.Z. GAULDEN.late graduate Columbia d.n..mtiiatlsg t It OK.Vt'/AT:. P .
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    : : FAMII.V Nb.PAPI1t, From a knowledge ol Mr. Oaulden's capacity no dt'cmnr, ant rse ; l bitt .t.
    College.
    i 19.
    = REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS roads,anai. sod
    rJlllE between the nk .
    : D1TKD DV 0. P. MORRIS AND .N. !I'. WILL1X. as a Teacher, derived from expedience and trial Tea b.
    t JL York and Si. will lbs at ii. 1.1* ( ,
    New Marks and Newport, j pursie. ttiniii eij ., D ,
    d luring the quarter of"I he present jcarjml closing, ,,
    running at the of the fait trade I Lbs poa 1st 5,
    VOLUME of this brilliantly ordinal and' 4---- aj well as from (Ihe mo. t ample and satisfactory tt>- commence opening s k'S5'I'td' ,sad
    ANEW Kar __ iinoniaU of former the Trustees oh>l this and continue throughout the entire year, viz: r.vL'ix ORIqf '4L OLIm hr.Jalub hi11,
    FA MILT NEWSPAPER, will be i ut-d t success, Tewa.,, ,
    a., tbtjirtt of January nttt. New suhocnberi ranK of \cadcmy unhesitatingly recommend it to the con. brig WARCALLA, Jo ehn, Master, tiri1Is. havint ?? U the OM4T.pi : m. 'I'u
    of the and ei4'IltJ
    wpplitd with the work from that daft, by ft
    warding tw.t dollar* In the office c>f rublicat ion. of ;placing those under their charge iu a situa- LUCY, Hoxmer, do. & moz Q BY

    During the putt four yesr THE HOME JOURNAL and t ion offering inducements ot lieallhlnlne, ( ol loca- 'S SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (new,) I.

    KM met with uni ver.. l fivor st the hand*ot all rlai*?* in l ion and high moral and intellectual culture inferior WACISSA, Perry, do. (new.)

    ot the community and the pioprirton Mill opartnoithrr and fifty, t o no other in the Southern country. Students may These Biigsare built in the most substantial manner

    exertion* norexpcnic t to giv *urli increased be taken b e prepared at this Academy to enter any College in expressly for ti.is trade, smut are commanded by I Ic f1Ot1i
    } in
    value, intercut and attractive n to the forthcoming j t he United Stales. careful and experienced Captains. Freight and pajagcaj -

    y.IT. ai will render it superior in tvery re4ct; to the .pace The strictest attention will bo paid tu the moral the lowest rates. Agent*-

    ill the volume that hare preceded it. Besidn the iII's I (he said d leporlment of the students, both by the Trustees rind! COE, ANDERSON fc CO.. .. .b1IE:I1' E K

    original productions or lh<- t-Jitot. the Foreign* and t he Teacher. The Academy is located within the 10 Beaver street, New York. .e'1't

    Domettic Corrr inondence of a Urge lilt of conlribu* &.c. i mtmdiate vicinity of the village of Madison Court JOHN DENHAM. II

    tori, the spice of the European and American Mag.axine I lout,, in or near which good boarding may be obined Newport. ? : f1saiiaDuLLAftsTuaCSA'4DA

    *,-*election* from the most interesting fuiit'ication t:. on most reasonable term The scholastic Newport, August 12, I4S. 4 HDOLLAR -

    of the day will frequently be given. Such lea- )ear vill be divided into I u o ves.ions of live months 'S foi;* *,
    .
    lure* at hare been found to be attractive "ill be retained I Clerk each. The tirat t neiMioii (ID eommenrn on t the second Tax Collector's Sale] t.. # '

    and new ones added. s The ]Belle* of our in and for Moivly in January, and end, before (Ilia m/cond MOH- virtue of the authority vested iu mr by law, I ej.q ttiI it-These teX tfl .5P.O

    Tiia,." by N. P. Willii ; Brief Novel ;" "Pi- above is a d.iv i in i lute. Tliuifcoiiil I lo commence on I the *e- BY 1 have levied! upon, and will expose for sale, before papr iv l Ui

    yiant Stories ;" the uparklingv*it and amusing anecdote in case of coin! Nonday i in Julv I and end on Friday before I Ihe ( (he Court I House door in the County of Madison, \ \ 1.eid. une5sarrCi' .

    new and% goni| of the' Parisian papers ; Peronal EXTRACT OF : under my second Mouthy in December, thui allowing a shirt on \the\ first Monday in February next, the following t :: \ W' .zDoIarSia me '

    sketches ol( Public charactrm; the stirring h of ollice, vacatiui at llit did of PArli se14&ofl.& Studentsill described lands, or so< much thereof as will satisfy ,:: out ot Itt3 ri

    scenes of the city we live in ; a chronicle of the A CAI.IFOKNIA PLANT t ) I lu> re<|vnrd I (In |'.%y half t the t liii jolt for a session iiiadiatics the taxes ihiie I hereon for (Ihe sear I 549! to wit : t jP papeV unesa' i|

    new for ladies ; the fashions and fashionable goa- MCIICAI VIUTU12S.A [).CAI.C. .] i, and (lie lulance at (the end! of thu e sion.KATKS Tie S F. 4. SIT 11, the K JS W 4, Sec |IS. arid the OLD) JR) JACOB TOWNSEND tli.afuhrly csi. author z
    lip ; the tact* and out line*of news ; the pick of Cn- N W of S W Sec in ,
    17 all
    OF 4 T N
    gush information and brilliancy; the wit, humor, CERTAIN PRKVKXT1VB AND : TUITION.Orlhoguphv 4 SUve Hinlon., i R y E.\: belonging TIIU ORIGINAL UI.-4COVF.RER( OK TUB
    to ter
    tud jathOl of the time : {-am* on life literature, fever and .Igue, Contwnptioii, Reading, and Penmanship per > Genuine Townsend Sarsaparllla.no ADbo I
    and moral Influeney, .Itthina, Jlroiichitit, 8ii'i'jVl! ,, 8 59 0J* JOHN II. PATTERSON
    ociely and the uiual
    of carclul
    variety
    ( S Iii. ITlil inerre'of ij
    TowoensI 7l
    Tax Ass'r. and Col. for Madi.ioii Countv. i n.'w ntxmt 1t TCSN of it.l III ku t..
    choosing* from the wilderness of English puri literature, criticism, poetry, will vlill coi.tinu to J'arulyiis, J'leuiiiy, Jaundice, / ) 1 History (\iinposilion, and F.ocuti:! ion, 12 Ou October 2'J.IS' 19. 41 3m i 9K.vtn.VK oniot.v.ii. TO W.S.%ti> -i.iRS.irj, *. 5..
    enrich thrc column tivenem, Piles, Dystntcty, Vrtipty ) .lebra,( eollietry, 1'laiu andSiheriivl| Trigonometry I I..t' Being p<.>f, he wit tomi;'-llnl !.i limit it* nunnfattir. ky ..CLy
    I whieh it hii Iwen nf will .a rn.ie
    Tax
    Collector's Sale. nioniit lOi.i| t.iIt nnrket ant thi !
    .f* no the numleri teill le plaiitti, Ililliiiu L'uinplaint,. Mensuration III> Surfjces, do. of ( MM tilffini -
    : tnore cvjrin of first >rnlird to thine nn\y\ whu hail |'f' veil its wunb. tPi, printed than the demand absolutely trt/uirn, anilat Cutuneout Disordtit, Fevers in ( Court, by Solids, Siirveung, Navigation, Conir Seclions. B Y virtue of the authority vested in me by law, I tv vilur. It hud rencheil Ihe enr of m nv, Mv nk.le. M* JLr a

    new lutitcrilert pfntnilly deiire to begin trithllf I vrhaei,, Obttrurtionf! Fluxes, ( de DIHeietilial and! Integral Calcula,, have levied upon and will expose (for sale, before &tit.e rMon who haui eitceomra
    All ni
    from death prixlalrn rtrcllrnrrnml
    beginning, it it adtiialle to tulicribe without piated and Defective .Jppttitci, Natural and Moral' Philosopy( Asiroiiomv? t the CiMiit t 1 House door, in Madison, on the tint in POWER.woud.ahEALING *

    itlay, to nrvid any disappointment in the early and r originating inCoiittlpAtloii and Chemistry, Botarl)'. Mineralogy, Geolocy, Mond.iy in June next, the following; described lands, Knowing many pears *rvmpt reetipt of the paper.Tcnni t of the the said Rhetoric, Logic, Elements of Criticism, or so much thereof as will satisfy the Taxes due ant ,ixrienee.; Jrvuedan article which wnulJ 6* .riac :Iti>. f '
    Natural Theology, Evidences of Christianity thereon for the table mlvantie ii, ninnk iiil when th. mriini wmiM b f roiibed -
    Tnr. HOME llt to wit
    JOURN.VL is pnblikhcd) ) ur demur sear :
    every IMPURITY OF THE la bring it into ttnlvrn.il noCc; wh n It* \1a.m.i.s: At :
    tturdsy, at No. 107 Fulton street. New Yuik, a'tt 1 or and Political Kconomy, 1 1'S' 00Tho The N E 4 Sec 11T 1, Rr3NandE ; IheS W 4 virtue won lil be known anii appreciated. Tb!* 1as bu; *+. 1.siid grI.rati
    .e very low price of two dollar a year, or throe It gives tone ami! vigor to the against .&iiciemit Languages, 20 00R. Sec }, T j I, R 7, N and E., belonging to George A. j; Ihe mean* .re rapphril : thii blUliL, *

    oopiet for tire dollar, payable invariably iu advance and 11 remarkable for il9lnimating, St %V. PARRAMORE, President.W. Mchiit'.me. i' OR.1ffJt .I.VIt I'Jft.HV.ILI.KI: PM J PARA. TIO.WtniinufcItiril .
    ( on the Inrgeit ris. and U tf ll tl *>r Ikrmifh.I
    All Utter*,remittance*,and communication*,(postpaid and ttcstorative J'top ,iirs. A. B1MNSON.1 JOHN H. PATTERSON, I jilt the length snit hreiuith of the %Innrt. ci aclalt;a. ll > (Utl
    ,) to be ahIr4ed In Publicly admitted( by I Dr. Tovnend period ol I. BUNTING Tat Collector for Madivm County. lncKnt| >te of ucf| nrmtion or dtstis.ri'tton.)
    MORRIS AND WILLIS, N w.Yok., rim of Tovuiteiid'n SaisaparilU1 to lrujtc"D. December 1 1 is 19. 47 r.m I Unlike ymtnc f?. P. Tu -nn.r .U IsuhifoYsS| wltk $55, 5.54 W. are wt' ore
    S. D. THOMAS 1 | I I ever rh. ne>-..hut for the better;tacinse It U \*.fUt M w bill. 'ftil5
    Far Better than &c. I II. MAYS, J tfc pnncifltt \>y* ciri/fe/ mun. The hih.it knowlwJt of 5e
    Attachment. Tax Collector's Sale Chemu'ry. Itnit thc l Iati .iiw.v1e! ut th. art. bass tllU** $ sA 'I '
    ft- In rruboratinn' of the above, D&ceniber22,1S49. 50 I eriiugh. nu> r<-<|Tiint* >n In the manufacture cf tr1* Ud! Uf't C ) .r
    In Juitiee'i ("Qurtfor 2
    Francis II. Flapn, Agent andTrui-1) Ttslinuny and Proof MRS. DEMILLY have levied! upon, and will expose for sate, before I .contain* many ine'ticmat pro.erUtI.| and ..a. ftnytmmirhich
    tee for hit wife, Mary K. Flagif, Atnmint of lbtr L I Clerk the Court I House door, in Iaditon,on the first I are inert or uiel .i. And othen. which and tf r.taIa..1! 1 ii pi*-
    utH whli
    for h
    U Use. jiroJur.ftrimtutum Uurioui -
    parin;
    I'ROH TJIK (;KAii-l.'Mr.K(3: ( (
    *. 8J UI. in and for MONDAY in JUNE next, the following described [ to the iy>uin. B.rne nf the properties of Ssrsstmiss :JB ; 1
    Protection Insurance Company of Sir :-You ar*> awart' t that, as I the t I, U I., lands, or so much thereof as will satisfy the Tuxes I tr* to voiatit. that they entirely .ap.rat.| and a'o lost U Uwprep&ratinn.

    New Jersey. iratfenlerg Company, I must have order d'i' ? thereon (for the year 1S-I9, to wit : I if they are not \VraeI.ei1 by a mtntite fruttt,
    tion called t the Medicines I known only b> tttuie vxM-r>enr.il>nlt.nmnufjctnT* Mi.r.tw, LEUs.
    to minacious
    : defendant and all other* intVmled sre here, t< sue- The.SE3andNE4ofSecloENW.ifSec i I these volatile pn ciplti, which lly i>lf ut vapor or a. aa *|l
    THE notified of the commencement of thiiiit the public pationage. I have my hand T) ESPECTFULLY TENDERS her thanks t. her 10. W J S E 4, Sec 3, T 1R7, N and E., belonging I don.under he.it.are the very iittntilintiiit l frtftrtttt still

    hy attachment, returnable to a Justice's Court to beheld I ritri cit the i intioductiou of the j thi JLv friends and the public generally lor the liberal I to Edward Bryan. rout which gio tu it l" Ui value. flPJTt'; M
    this counlrby, yourself ; and am free ( Any p.r on can boll or .tw the ru>t ill (b.y Jet a iltrk! **1e< 4
    at Tallahanae.on the I 1'th day ot !March, A.D. patronage she has received formerly-and for a continuance Alto.thieNSec33NSec32..SE.Sec i liquid which Is Innr* f t>m tn. c..i..rolg. l niatier la th* rui ISis 1rtittrI
    IS.'O, and to appetr and plead to the tame.Gi Medicine stands so deservedly high a [IEAL.] cf the tame, she can confidently say that for 2ONSe2'SW' 4Sec2lSW4erSE finm any thing si's l they can then mrain this Insipid or vsp4 .Lst! r!

    ,*m under my hand and seal, this the Jlat day of I of that invaluable pUnt. In ; I 1>. C. the coming season unusually strict attention will be 4&c2N W 4.( Sec 2S, S i. S&'c29W i..SE 4, HqNiJ.8APARILI.A,wevMn EXTRACT wiln .uu? snot,,ii** and ttiea cat! tt "CAl- r v

    December, 1S4'J. tttn its cxtranrdiiury i-lFicacy, in the given to her business. Her table shall not bo ant Sec 21, J I 1, N E }, Sec 2'J, T 1, R 4, S and E., belong article: known a* the or SVKLT.Bat .as Ii uittUM pothesaarprlEsr'

    EDWARD M. WEST, [teIL.1) firmed cae of Bronchitis. For all paased by any of (thi* place. Hunters situ be continually to David S. Jones. GENUINE OLD DPw JACOB TOWNSIND'I

    Juilic; ) of the Peace.Jaovary require the prompt and thorough ; employed dining the winter or the wilt I Also, lots No 4 and 5 in fractional Sec 2. N i. Sec SARSAPARILLA. '

    S, 1W. J7 3m blood, I deem your Canchalagua I I came of the forest antI |Ir tb. leathered fowl! ot tli. 2'*. W i. S B hand K j.S W i. Sec 20.' T 10. U 15. This i is 10 prepared that all th* inert pro|>*nli / Ib* Psi .1. l.es1Taahssses
    perior to any and all the iti. Fakes. S and E., belonging to John Miller. Jap5:.t toui 57**,.$ 7.n.....3. "- : ') ii.t cp.w.ri
    with them all lam iccll acid ui of furrneotaiioo. ii extracfil and rejected, LIsa every !! '-
    and
    Fancy and Staple Goods. Her rates charges forDoaraana ooard and lodging JOHN H. PATTERSON: particle r>f nieilic&l virtue is iccurrd in a pare and eonitrai4
    J. T. per day, week, month or year, ihalljbe; satisfac Tax Collector for Madison Countv. furm; and thm tturnnilereil tncaiaK eof loimf tnf stlis v lv
    THE !particular attention of the trading pti'ilic is tory to hr patrons.A November 21, IS 19. 46 Kt'.i able and healing! properties. Prepared la this way, ll I I. mt4e Uw ALE
    to Stock of Fall and Winter Butt poMfrful aeent m the
    rny new I. c S aa
    ( EMINK T LAW YKH IX Courtby stable, with a good ostler, is attached. Cure of iuniiniernblr
    GuoJt, which are being sold on term low dheaus.
    as it can ) Whit- Groceries &c.
    '1ACltUSVT'. S.ptemher2t.1ni49.. 3S lm: hence the reason why no hear cmimiandal.oat, ea *vr< sU
    Lii found at i> gtorein this elsewhere. The lad Commissiofl
    ny city or jurisdic received from New Orleans la iu favor by men, witmen and childita. W* Sad It 4.u<
    tock embraces every vaiiety of FANCY GOOD.S, NORTHAMPTON, Florida,: Jefferson Co. Tax Collector's Sale, JUST wonders in the curl of Tcanessic
    barrels
    such as Dear Sir-I have long wished lo 1 I Magnolia Flour, co.vsr.vrr/o.v.; vrtrrni.i. and ///re COM-
    That the
    might give you an accurate account ot BY virtue of the authority vested in roe by law, ]I 20') St. Louis Pl.Jll.\-T. and in RHt.r.V.ITHM. SCROFULA. flLMI. ft'TT' ,

    Plain and figured Sill, > Cambric, Linen, !>!* GOre ol my only daughter U t a : and have levied upon, and will oCr for sale, before 40 boxes Che fie, cosTit'Kxcss. ail crr..v L $ fiti-fTicjrs, rutPLfS TIlLz e

    Satin*, plain and figured.Stvii Lacr, Ivljintt, rrolula. She is now almost three % & Complaint the Court House door in the town of Monticello, on y casks .Sugar-cured' Hams, BLtn IMPURITY TIb.v.: *n THE
    BLOOD.
    and other Mu lint, !Ilareflea, (Gimps, Ft-lmuiv last, putrid so-es up.n the ) : l-e taken the first Monday in February next, tho following; IU kei* Go hen Butler, It possesses it nisrvelIonsvfi.ac! \ m all luinplajms arlwnf frma CtiartaPioi. tee

    Cashmere, De Lames, Ribbon, Glove, lie., glands, made their appearance, and t ( : Psuti- described property, to wit : 5 barrels old Monong halu Whiskey, httftitit*. fr,ui .ttviiiy ./t\i Stomarlt. fr,.m nn jns.1 *UsU C.sJniee$ qt \I .:
    Alpacas, Lawn, Irijhtt'ul rapidity ; one of her iaue; in Section 27 of T 2, R G, N and E., bounded on (the 10 Rectified (ton, d.: ninnMiun of liluoU t<>the hmj,i>alpltatioa uf tk* a *rt. Mirio 3.
    eyes cold fret and ban4,. ..U ..
    c chillt ami )h flashes
    CI t
    la
    over *b4y. If
    with a splendid assortment cf other Fancy (Joodt badly ulcerated, that to all appearance once a East by Eldred Simkiui, North bv (;en. Bailey, anc 10 sacks Green Havana Coffee, has nut its sui m (.oi-it and C.la and pro *Ms MSV *ipccturaiion Ji rr>otir, A i t>

    too numerous to enumerate, principally bought at L again he restored. This, continued West by the Ocilla River.{ Loaf and Crushed Sugars, lint C'niU prri inuun. r.hultag atxistar *f U. Au'J_ i
    the celebrated STEWART establuhtiient! in Ifroad- the child being a !ao3t t horrible sight, 4.c Levied upon as the property of Richard K. Call, 12 hhdi. Brown do. loafs, throat find .Try other p-tri.

    way, cxpreisly for this market. of her parents almost broken. During) and to be told for State and Co'iuty taxes due there. Dried Apple Wines, i.c.i.c. But ia nothmc than i I.in(Its all eterltenca kind ami siaict..s're*ni..(ollV Uy ** i aa4 Mkaowlcdjcd Dajrucrr*

    My stOCk also embraces a .uprrior assortment uf thi*. period \\e used SARSAPAR1LLA oil for the vear849. All of which will! be sold! at tins lowest prices bv FEMALE COMPL.LNTS.It .

    DRY GOODS! with every variety of Plantation QUANTITIES! but the disease *ai DANIEL T. LINGO, GEO. I H.! BEST WICK. woru 'onil.rtin catatof f Tuer.1h.,*or >f\tttt. AITnU .1.

    Gvodi, Groceries. Boot, Shoe, Halt, Cups, \c., the leait. Wliile the disease was still Tax Ass'r and Col. for Jeflerson Countv. November 17,1519. 43 WomA. Obit net id.Supvrtij'J. t>r famf .Y.aM.Ifirmrn- 1 VOUf.ei,

    *V .,* uniurpjut-d hv any ever before oflered. I happened erie day to call at the store \ Clerk: October V7. IS 19. 42 3m sty la cvJing of rmmsirnil nil the frni periuds.of A'irfn anda4 T Iii lf f

    Call and examine'. D.I C. WILSON. gentlemanly agent in this pUce, and '>| and fcr: removing UcrucUun. aaU tritlaila( tk* naral sfMm. *- that -he h >, fn
    November 21. 119. 45* manner in which our child wa abuse i a Hamilton County Tax Sale. Receiving from New York it rives tone and urenfth u the whei b.4y.aid I*>Mrnei ).(essn.. R i

    rue to make a trial of your pass. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law I PER Brie; Emetine, a large a*. >rfinent of Japaned all ruis ofiVervons dincaHos and *h'trt .e a s
    debility
    & ,
    McNaught Ormond one bottle, having no confidence in it, Obe hall expose for sale, before the Court Ho*** fancy articles of Tin-ware, embracing most and thus prevents or r.ii.Tts & qrsst .rwty of other .asoi! a<* ot tnn\ i > wt .
    HAVE now received their fall stock, comprising ced giving it according to your ; door, in Ihe town of Jasper, Hamilton County. Florida.on ol the articles iu our line. Al.so on hand a few ot ; as ffinai imtn'ion. .V..r .>,.,. Si. Pit,*' jisisis. JwMuaf -jJ Irtrnd, .
    .mi u.-1!! '...i 1 ....rl ..t .c .il .. SI u < iiiki tuiJJi inea ai once", aikl iti just tJ.JL'1 bein; the first Monday in June next, (IS'tO,) being Empire's Patent CouLing! Stoves, Air-tight and Cottage I JCfrttptic Fit*. < VnrWu ij. A.C.It Miuaturls!

    .1 It* usually called (tar, viz : swelling visibly decreased, the ulcer A. D.I the 3d day of that month, the lollowinx d scribet IF' Stoves for parlors, Patent Pumps, Su.ar-Dip- I I the stomach.elein e* itte aaJ litmvL gives excitis g'wsl digett.on.tbe liver to relieve bealtty, tb am. kow.lt*!. *o4 Ladies and c t" eDitin

    Dry goods-coarse, fine, and lane?, and aha improved rapidly for three property, or so much thereof as will be sut"ncient Si tiers and Skimmers of ditfcient sizes, and a general torpor nod constipation shins inrl nimatinn. pnrilUs! tk* Uls.qnatises .
    Shoes, Kerte> Liiur\s, ()Knahiirg*, 4c very great joy was apparently currd- [SFAI) pay; the State and County Taxes due thereon for the assortment of manufactured Tin Ware.We I the circulation! Stills bl.xi.! prwIneiBg (cut!* waruUi pr .

    Blanket. Hats, Cap'*, nnd Hosiery, bottles }having, been uied. Naming C. year 1549, lo wit: are prepared to execute job work inTin. Ccpp I I equally.* ail all strictures over the anil b
    Rtadymad* Clothing;, Cloaks,Umbrella*, Pamela, of our incredulous, friends, they seemed 1 The N W 1 of the S W 4 of Sec 1 lT 1. R 13, Sand :ra-id Sheet Iron .lioorlnt&c. Orders from city thy entire n>r,ou* s> tem. Is nut this iSis .i.aga..s TO .:

    lie.. the cure rnmt' have been eifrctr-d by purportiug to belong: to Willum J. Mill. or country promptly attended to.T.. The medicine jou pre-fEiacnilj ie.it T0vitloraryt

    Hardware, Tinware, Wood ware, end Ciockery, SARSAPARILLA, and it was not I Court WILEY LEE. WHITE i CO. But can say nt thrse ih.rtgs be iaid ..t. 1 I'.Tow..*ad's k 4kfior > L
    Salt, Iron, Nails, Paints, Oils, and Varnixhe, circumstances, lo argue against that Tax Asjessorand Collector Hamilton Co. November 17.: 1c4?. 45 artirlet This ynnnc nmn's Uuunl i. mot in 5. -

    Coffee, Flour, Bacon, and other Groceries, NOW FOR THE PROOF. When the ovemter 21. 1I9. 4 .mn COMPARED WITH THE OLD DRIP
    b.cw. of nae GK\M> FACT, that lb TT.ufN Mr.n
    on. ic IhCAfAIUof
    Together with a great variety of Uetful, Oina* ed to be perfectly cured, we (.topped Just Received DCTKKIORATIU.N. *n.1NEVER Ii ofE.aeitth.
    mental, and Fancy.Irtielct, u which they respectfully extract, supposing all was safe; but ; i.tate oh Hamilton County Tax Sale. SPOILS, W

    invite the attention of purchasers, and proinii* days the same eruption-, running at t County,p BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I I PER Brig Emeline from New York.and per gaar while the other DOK.-J ; iturng. jtmnnting, aad t'vM/ tA 4 L' .t a,
    !. veil really low for rash or produce.McNAL'uiir dwelling began lo return. We \\ I same be shall! expose for sale, before the Court House from New Orleans, h.eU.ConIat.ningjtinto.gn.ni. the sou14 UqiLd .a 51
    dial and iliniagm other otxls : Mast noi this hotntl .. : : i..r r lrC TO
    5O Ix.lN
    & ORMOND also expect, throughout t ttL. nee if would amount ( any thing on or door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, Florida Kentucky Bashing, pound be poisonous to the( system 1-.ffktt t pt usA seW C *,- h e iT.rija
    season. to purchase and advance on COTTONS.Newpoif creased rapidly as belorek We again I to on the first Monday in March next, 1 I"1), being, 10 bales Gu'nny do. tytltm airttidy diuaud witS nctJ! VVbal cans** ysp.pms 5I ,
    Fla., Nort-tnber 10, l4'j. 44 giving her sour medicine, and in five ( I ) to report the 4th day of that month, the following de.scrii eJ, 5''U coils Jute Rope, acull IH> we not all know that when food save car *.I.achs. !.-
    what misrhicfs ? hearlbtra. '
    tt rt-ituence.
    New Store and GoodfTI period of time as bclore,) she began to ; validity, property, or so much thereof as will be sufficient to 50, do. Kentucky Rope, talion of the httrt.: hvr produces compUmt. diarrbw drsnlry..p&-*oA*.
    New and in about two weeks was well in order pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for the 51.) kegs Buckwheat, and corruption of the blood Vt'bat I is Scrofaia bat aa a U

    IIC subscribers have rented the store formerly' day to this, the child ha been as sear 1S-19. to wit : 10 do. Goshen Butter, humor in the body? \Vnii produces all th. hamon whis* Dr. Ch "'1
    bring on Eiapti.. of the Skin, pc.ild HeaJ. Salt Rbcaio.
    JL occupied by Mr. McDuiigal, adjoining that ol: My father, Isaac Hodges, of Nnrlb : report Lot No. 3, fractional Sec 24, Lot No. f>, fraction I 25 boxes lamilv% Cheese, *. Whit Swellings n fitter ures. and all mlratioas Krfipria laUratti -
    Mr. Knight,three doors below Mr. BurnryV, and will 1 a PHYSICIAN, camo to see u* with Sec 35, N and E.T 1, R 12, purporting to belong to 10) kegs Nails-3, 4, 5, 6, 3, 10. 15. 30. and iteranl 7 It is nothing under heaven bat aa a14 REIfS"": J
    For sale by S. F. BURNET substance, which soars and thus alt the fluid of : nar <., i open in a tew days a General Stock of Coodi, con jire criliingfor her. but an we were Felix Livingston. spuils IM
    kody. more nr !lesu. What Rheumatism M3.irlee1 ,
    isting of Dry Goods, Silk' Goods, Fancy ditto, Hats icine with cucceri-i, and t lie child t mnpmo i WILEY LEE. November 17, 1S19. 45 teid fluid which insinuates t canoes itivlf tetnrkea lbJolat bat a aad tw i-* ,,. i Fal

    and Caps Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Saddlery, Groceries he did I not condemn it, but left hi is ) Tax Assessor and Collector Hamilton Co. *bre ImtaLoK ami! Inflnnnni U* d.lica: L.euii ap.s wk.s* raies.
    Hardware, Woodware, and Tinware, which to be uued in case jour Extract Uiled. November 21. 1S19. 40 3m Attachment.In U actsl Ho lit, ncrvoti* diseases, of impurity% of th* bt..t.! tt .iJmai i ,, ,,
    deranged cireuiatians, aud nearly all the ailmeaU wkich adit May 3. 4.aGEO
    *
    they will offer for sale on the most reasonable terms occasion for it, and I am sure he will TT SMSJSJ Jt* *, ,Justice' Court, Second JJistrict, Leon Cuumitj. hsman nature 1 -
    forca h mend medicine in similar A A %AAV7y skJ *Xs now is u not
    or country produce. yoar cas.Your Horrible to mile sad soil, aid Uaftst.p SW
    Charles T. ;\
    By close attention to businmg, and the low prices obedient ORANGES, Darby, ) tout thisSOUHUNU
    RAISINS rs. > Amount of Debt 30 00.Thaddeus ) ; FERMENTING *
    ACID COMPOL'NDOF
    SI t which they offer their Goods, they hope to incutt t HORACE: J. LEMONS, AUCTl !
    ._ I). Van Horn. ) S. P. TOWNSEND
    har of APPLES ONIONS
    public patronage. 1 &.C., and rPHE defendant and all others interested are here- Bail yet ha would f n hiv U eaI.rsI..u.j that Old r,. J ik r.fi.4
    BUTLER &. DENHAM. fROM 8. H. WINSLOW, HANKKR, I I IRISH POTATOES, Jby notified ol the commencement of this suit Tawnsrnrt' ritonine t rftal Strimpanlt*, ii >a 13HTATIOH
    N. B. They arc prepared to make liberal) advances New York MACKEREL in half barrels and kitts of his inferior preparation it VMessrs.
    >e that by attachment, returnable to a Justice's Court lo beheld Heaven forbid
    thai
    en COTTON, shipped to their friends iu New York: To Fiedrrick A. Gay, Esq.: out of PICKLED! BEEF TONGUES, at Tallahassee on the IStb day of February, A. bear th* most dutnni se resrmhiance.r.ould deal to in f. an P. Towasnd'a article! wblib mrtttifl w iI4 )!. Cu'qi -

    October 27, 1S4'J. 43Notice. My Dear Sir-I cheerfully comply ( : Jt (1 Just received and for sale by D. Ib50and to appear and plead to the same. and which shouiJ bring iii>wn upon th* Old itt.Utith a ninoaleia F H. FX.AG3.tu .

    quest in acknowledging, with others t and JOHN McDOUGALL. Given under my hand and seal, this 13th day of asd lead purchasers of complaint t ho and haie cnmlnnt.nn. from* ;,sts ho hav*&I4 March i
    used
    December IS 19. 50 1'rownens.FZR4LT13$
    22.
    \rhich I have derived from the ue of t in this Dccumbcr, IS 1C1. l.limrUU.Sl'

    ALL persons having claims against the estate o i Pr, Canchalaguj"or California Plant. ( the firs Notice. EDWARD M. WEST, [SCAL.] We wish it understood bttnvir It Is the a* W l jrU. tbat i. L. siCI.S, M. 0
    J. Boyce late of Madison County, deceased on my kjstein are evident and ) ( beta- Justice of the Peace. B. F. Townsend article and Old I'r. Jacob Townsad'a Ru

    are heteby required to render them to the induced me to lecomruend its use to uiy ; I That a SIX months after date, I will apply to the Honor: December) 15, IS 19.19 2m they asparUla are unLike are ktace in every vide particular.a arf, end havia in niff.'w dittimtsr, ; thai Drs. SHI1HAVl.N
    net
    Os ihX
    aud.rsign.l within the time specified by law. 1 am pleated to assure you that in no Judge of Probate for the County of Washington ID common.As simple

    JOHN C. McGKHME. I been disappointed in its ellicacy. I of four for letters of dismission from the adminis ration B. p. Towniend is nr doctor, and never waa. la 55 .. ,
    Administrator John J. Boyc. in my confidence in its remarkable of the estate of Mathew Tucker, deceased. Just Received, eheinUt eise than,DO pharmaceutliit%., no nmr of tn.dLctus of ** i it \I

    Dmber >, 1849. 4S 6t ticcand to state that 1 believe it will J ge. HENRY ONEAL. AT LEWIS &. AMES' Drug Store, a fresh supply what gunrtnttt any other can common the public, unscientific.have that uapr they fessronal Iisg naa S, service, t> iriS. .- e
    r e
    a.re countrrQjmcT.(
    an excdlent remedy in most t cases of January 5, 1S50. 52 Cm New and Valuable Medicines-among which frnmna scientific niedirme, containing all th* virtues of tk* aj
    YARDS GUNNY BAGGING, liver and kidneys, in pulmonary are the following : articles used in preparfnp it.and which are incapable of tht f \t1i5
    3,000 New Goods. which might render them lbs AGENTS of Uieaje U teaJ st
    <
    2OrXy) ards Iundee in the purification of the blood, Jcc. Clerk. DR.SPEN'CER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE health. ThomasATTORNI1

    2,000 Sea Island merit in the introduction of tills t '; TUST receiving, and now opening, per Brig Ocilla BITTERS, But what else shnnM heeipecteii trnn one w 110 knows e kIne -

    1O) Ibi. Bagging Twine, mav_ be appreciated, is Ihe sincere vili i J a general assortment of all kinds of fei gu and Designed for, and will cure. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint of some coiiip. rntirely( of medicine or disease r Imr.q5.s a p.ra.S *>

    Just received per brig Suwannce, and for iV by Your sincerely, R. H. domestic goods, and for sale by Pile, Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred neaL How experience much more tu conk importart; and trrveiip it i It thai*the ven peron a eomsn* sko 0lt maafacture T\7"ILL mv eV

    October 6, 1549. 39 S. F. BURNEV. fjf>- Pamphlet containing a November 10.' 1M9.14 S. F. BURNEV. diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure medicine, desitued! for (rouiirv )> .

    fornia, together with inteiesting state of blood. N WEAK STOMACHS AND T.XTKf.ZLXD STSTKSfl, rsiii': Court ana
    Notice. lalion to I lit CANctrAt.AmjA,its ( For Sale or Exchange. DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES should tn.iw well the medical properties of planU. tbe bt .
    and curesare GIVEN AWAY at the Mules and Roller and Saw LanDer cf sjcunnj anil concentrating their healing vmts Honticello( Janus
    a Wagon Gin
    : .. The safest most effectual also ,
    and
    FIVE an eitenslve know
    Months alter flat,. I hall apply to the Judge pleasant preparation ledge of the various disease whka s.45
    SIX Probates of Leon County for a final arttletnent Sold by LEWIS & > or exchange for a pair of good Horses I before the public, for the eradication oj WORMS, in lb. huaaa: *>.teus.set hw to aitipl reuiedft* lo these ii1a.UiI. CARAWAY SMITH.-
    -
    It I U
    AgetiU, and a two Horse Wagon. to arrest iraad upon the unfortanaie. U ponr balm Isv*
    Children Adults.,
    Europe
    of accounts as adrriiniMrator of he Estates : or wounded
    rny October November humanity lit kindle hoe In the despairing bosons. M
    G. 1S41. 3'J 10. lS4y. 41 JOHN P. DUVAL. jrnz
    and an HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES. restore health and ami and bfw
    of JesaeTownsend and Daniel Tovrnscnd, deceased i, bloom vlifur: into the crnshed
    Will ken.and to banish Infirmity that Ol.D I'K.! J U't>H TOW.NSK.1D
    ) by law, PREVENT Consumption, and all ATTORNMONTIt
    and tom a unit uicnarge irom me administration ol! For Sale CURE cases oj has
    P. SOL'UHT aud )KOU D the oppnrtanity aast mean la kfiaf
    P.
    these e tatri. All persons ereMed\vill< take notice LEWIS, is fur Colds, Asthma,Spitting ot Blood, Pains in the Side, i his rLilt'
    publish c\ LIKELY AND VALUABLE NEGROES Shortness of Breath and all (
    accordnglv.! other Pulmonary Com Grand Universal Concentrated
    .4 U cien, boys and children and
    BENJAMIN MANNING Adm'r. Florida women women plaints. II exiled 7.
    ,
    $>- James T. Archer E I., ii tny Agent lo attend HAVING determined to change his girls. Call and see at the store ofS. -ALO- Jtbia the reach and to the knowledge utah who seed It,li** ; -- -

    to all matters connected with the administration of Ga. to Tallahassee, S. KNIGHT. DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, tky insy learn ami kauw by j..>ful eipenenre. Its A. E. 11ATTD
    respectfully tender his professional October, 1349. 42 Transceuileut lo\vrr to Heal.
    I
    .
    Well known Safe
    these ektatei. B. M. as a Certain, and Effectual Cure ,
    citizens of this and the
    July 25,1849. 29 1rn will I visit Monticello, Madison surrounding, and ( $25 Reward. and for Fever allother and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent Sold wholesale and retail I yTHOMPSON. huLL ;atten.V .

    Notice.ALL Ga., where he will be prepared to Clerk. JUNAWAY from the subscriber sometime Cents Box.Fevers. Price reduced to Secenty-fre SKILLMAN & CO., I cmt. rr,5TaIlihassr. ..'

    fession in all its various branches, month of last per 102 Nassau slrect, New Yorl IWhgIgilc
    D. C. February ', a negro The above Medicines
    fresh and for
    person having claims against the estate of years experience in the science lo be girl named SYLVIA, of dark complexion, sale by qenuinr. are And by LEWIS & AMES,
    *. Henry Branch, late of this County, dc tire satisfaction. All operations will labout five feet, five or six inches high, thin LEWIS & AMES, Tallahassee.
    ceased, are requested to present them to the Admin Ladies waited Tallahassee, Fa. Agents,
    their
    on at residence. and made and has
    spare red She is
    i
    executor eyes. supposed For certificates of recommendation and other information Retail rlT
    within April 21 149.? 10 ly
    iitraton the time prescribed law ,
    hy they
    or Hefereneei:-Dti. I). A. Brandon, A. Soun to be larking around Tallahassee, and is no doubt future IS
    will be barred. S. S. Adimi J. H. Hill!! Rev. concerning the above Medicinessee T.tLLA1r.
    P. P. his often in the city of evenings the dee s
    JOSEPH BRANCH, > tille. Her husband among negroes. advertisements, and pamphlets, which may be ob Blacksmithing.GOOD /'EEPSC'-iKlaa v
    Ad of when she left, was R. Hayward'* boy tamed
    JAMES II. BRANCH, 5 DIM. W. J. Brinson and J. H. Pope, Henry, on the Tread well place, and it is supposed March of the Agents. subj-tautial, and cheap Blacksmith .t( : -* *. muii ajv.tnfe >* mi
    De.mber 8,1619. 4S tU Home.fcj that she has got him yet. IS, iSIS. 35 kinds done at the Shop near my Stable, tccupicd and articLes m

    : Office at Mrs. J. L. Demilly'f. The above reward will be paid for her apprehension last year by Miller & L'rokaw. _Sugar*. Cutlet.-

    Teacher's Situation Wanted. October 13, 1S49. 40 and delivery to William Johnsonon Lake Jack- Drugs, Medicines, 5tc.H January 20, IS ll). 3 A. A. FISIIEL o1p ether. Candles, Ltd '

    YOUNG GENTLEMAN from Virginia, who n. V. V. SKREINE. ci yaI5ins
    A ha been intimately connected with three different Tin Manufactory. apply Octob 20, 1S49. 41 if EDWARD BARNARD, JR., S. S. KnightWILL found i;*;, \itni.nStore

    Colleges, and his Home experience in leach .County c [ AS received, by the late arrival, a continue business at hi* old stand, where ira simt.- esrt;

    ing, would be pleased to obtain a situation a* Principal TJAVIEG L1 engaged additional ( ( ,_ ) For Sale at a Bargain. fresh addition to his stock of GENUINE hopes to wait wi such ot hu fn u fill all orders street.
    prepared to in
    of an Academy,or tutor in a private family, in A PAIR of family HORSES- and DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of heretoforeextended so liberal a patronage, prcsoM-
    otne healthy section cf this State. prompt and satisfactory manner. All young which are of good quality, low for Cash.? April2. ?sic,
    Address J. T.B. the will receive immediate ExV. XX genlle-will be sold at a bargain, if ___ ing tlibt all shall have good articled lair pucei.April -
    ., Monticello, Florida. country : : applied for Also, on hand a general assortment of (the follorvin 1S49. 17 -
    soon, together with S.
    ,, liberal diiceunt givei to merchaili and a snug GEO. :ii.
    Refen to Dr. MILES NAUI, Tallahassee, lainily Carriage, nearly new. Apply at this Office ;, which are warranted genuine, viz :

    Gen. WM. BAILEY, Monticello, Jtn T November 17, 1S49. 45 Houck's Panecea, Rowan.l's Improved Tonic Mixture Sulphate of Quinine. Wh3IelaIe 3 IttaiI r. r
    3 ISO.
    Rer. WM. CHOICE NewnausvilU. 23Coflee I Hen. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Brandreth'n Pure

    December i: 1S19. 49 7t* ,for Buggys for Sale Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor, rpHE subscribers have on hand two hundred jj', KPrr 5JTALLAII constantly A S|

    Flour, &o. BY MILLER & BROKAW. Worm, Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland's fifty ounce' of Sulphate of Quininewbkb nd. .. hp'we
    I|
    manufacturers. J
    Celebrated Feverand Ague Remedy, Lucenia Cordial have obtained direct Irvin (the ifc
    ;
    Pain Killer. >
    cou4ines-i.
    5 0 BARRELS brand Northern /"PHEY hate just received, and! will Thompson's Eye Water, McMunns Elixir of Opium, they will warrant it to be a su1erioraitiCte- .. t.A COfCe, Teas, Bacon i
    25ido i do do do flrud'P U.
    AFRESFI supply of Perry DatiVJlaui Killer,just 6m J- keep on hand, a few good BUG.GYS Sands S.usapafilla, Turner's Fever and Ague Pills.Tyler's We have enlarged our stock of CXCCU" Stn L %Vhikev.,
    SO bag best Rio Coffee a 1
    and tot tale by -_ ,which they will sell low for cash. ditto, Gordon's Billions and Anti-Dyspeptic cines by recent arrival, and are 1repret1.tG etail : fotsn4 simta estab
    T. WlllTE A CO., Agents. 10 do do Java do November 17, 1519. 45 Pills, Beckwilh's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, Peters' andSpencer's orders (for articles in our line, at is 1 fng t Purchase s
    10 boxes best chewing Tobacco any or n
    flov.t.berl7,3549. 45 Pills and is S. P. Townsend'scelebrated the most accommodating terms. -e"
    10 do chew New Agent for on dneiU1 for tb. ; peetfufly lnvted to
    common ing Goods dtc. '
    & "
    to account" 1II
    also few )
    We have
    in bottles at Iewhere.
    Sarsaparilla $1 !
    quart per niaIt.W00t5
    S bblf.
    Just Received Crushed Sugar in ,
    for( generally $
    GOODS. GROCERIES IS-ti. They are tor
    HARD bottle. Also Lemon from year
    5 boxes Loaf do l DRY. WARE, superior Syrup, prepared shortl1t' g tornar1v occi: i
    ALGENERAL annrtm-nt of GIae and Crockery- Hyson Black and ol John BOOTS, and SHOES, *.c. pure Citric or Ionian Acid, far preferable for (lie but if the whole could be paid hir WI LI

    ft're and for sals by S. F. BURKEV Jest Young received,jnd, far n\t,\ by. Just received and for sale by tick or ordinary use than that usually void, London far towards liquilatingccltft'LEWI3'

    0 ; 1imtt 1a1. Xertabtt 3, IS1. C3 9. f. GEORGE H. BE3TWICB.1S49. Pqrter, &c., &i<;. 41
    )1oecb.et 41V" .
    41 Juno 19, 1S4S. 47 April




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