The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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HILTON & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FA., SArTDBDAf/IfOTEMBER.. 3, 1849. '-:', VOLUME I-ff. 43,: ,.

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THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL From the \"ahciUe True H'hif of nature ; it is ,the subject of control by State : First Congressional District-Jon. W. Matthews I from the London Weekly Dispatch CONSIDER ME SMITH.BT .'

II riTBLISHED EVERY "ATVRDA.TEX1 MISSISSIPPI SLAVERY CONVENTION.We sovereignty only. Tho Union never would and G. T. Word. Alternates-H. R. GEORGE WASHINGTON.There' J. 3. UOP )

lay before our readers, below, the re. have been formed, without the full and entire Miller and J. 'i'. Bradford. There I.
Star in the West that shall never down a very story In the papers of !
: port adopted by a Convention at Jackson, Mis., recognition of slavery, and property in slaves, Second District-T. N. \\'aul and J. B. Till the a records of valor decay ; go the day, which is go! cf Dr. Max-y, of the .

THICK: DOLLAR per annum, if paid in adrsnte. tissippi, on Monday the 1st day of October, and the guaranty to the owner which is contained Cobb. Alternates-Reuben )ais and Chas.B. t, We moat: worship ill light,tho_jh it is not our own, of South Carolina, ax I think incor
THREE AND A HALF if paid within six months. 1849. Thirty, out of the sixty counties in the in the constitution.We Shepperd.Third For Liberty bi-rsts in its ray: University

FOUR DOLLARS, if not paid until the end oft he j ear. State. were represented by Delegates' or al.! assert that the territories acquired by District-II. C. Chambers and E. C. Shall the name of a Washington ever be heard old rectly.Dr. The trick was in reality President played: by

$ -The.e telms will be rigidly adhered to, and ternatec, in the Convention. A committee of the late war with Mexico, is the common property Wilkinson. Alternates-W. R. Hill and P. By a freeman.and thrill not his breast? Caldnl formerly othe
Is there one out of bondage that hails not the word University Carolina.! I
until all
DO paper will bl! discontinued arrearage are were appointed to matter for the of the United States that the of Ntth
twenty report people Sharkley.Fourth.
; As the Bethlehem Star of the West ?
ot the publishers. Sub. hearing it, when child from 'the
unl the
peed at option I Dotnr' 1
for three months at One action of ihe Convention. Two reports were the States have a right to move to it, and enjoy District-Gen. Winchester and D.
cribert will! be received owulips wiJhemember bow be
order for the made. The majority is signed by it ; to take wilh them their their Cooper. War, war: to the knife ; be enthrall'd or ye die! ; chul- ;
Dollar-fix month at $1 50.; Every report property Alternates-David Hurst. and Henry Was the echo that woke in the land; led at the recollection of the ,
of this county must be accompanied with Messrs. J. W.Malhexvs\ E. C. Wilkinson T. religion, and their did
paper out liberty. Congress not Mounget.The But it was not hit voice that had prompted the cry to which ho threw the student,, who bad '
the caih unlnu the order comes through Stte. any of ourregularly II. Williams, A. Hutchinson 'I". II. Smith, create property in slaves, nor can it say they committee appointed under the last resolution Nor hit madness that kindled the brand; hauled him two or three miles in his .
the own 1
authorized agents'in D. II. Cooper, II. L. ChambersT. N. Wayne, shall cease to be property. To abolish slave to prepare an address, is composed of: He raised not hij arm, he defied not hi* foe, without knowing it carriage

ADVERTISEMENTSWHl G. N. Gordon, E. R. Burl J. M. Chill on, D. ry in the territories is to diminish their value W. L. Sharkey. Hutchinson Geo. Win. While a leaf of the olive remain'd ; them to drawhimbaclr. -by requesting'

be inserted Itt the rate of OneDollarper square I T. Archer, M.\ Black, and John J. Smith.- and to limit their usefulness in (he States. It Chester, C. L. Clifton, '/. R. Hill!, John I.Guion. Till Like goaded a long-baited with insult lion, his cnchain'd.spirit arose But whether Doctor Caldwell or Doctor 1

of waive lines for the first t.and fifty cents for each The majority report did not contain (he first is appropriating the whole of the territory to and E. C. Wilkinson.On Maxey-or bo'h-are entitled tn the cred i of

cuHiequent insertion. A reasonable deduction resolution given below. It contained the fol- the use of one portion of the people of the motion of John I. Guion, a committee He struck with firm courage! the blow of th. bran, having rm r.ed ihesaw of el of ma'c

will be made on l Ipgal notices, etateflOtiCel! ,yearly lowing resolution, which was ;left out of the United State, to the exclusion of another.- of three was appointed! to collect the pioceedingi But sigh'd for the carnage that spread; slave a par: ap I
He of the this
having indignantly trampled the joke collegians to ( particular case there it I
regular notice accounts without with alteration the office.by persons series of resolutions adopted by the Conven. The power of Congress to legislate for the leading to the meeting of the central But wept for the thou.'ands that b'.ed. t fat( which the North Carolina President did O i

All announcements of candidates for office, FIVE tion : territories, is a power to protect the citizen meeting, ihe proceedings of said meeting, and Tho' he threw back the'letters and headed the strife, perform his right to (the credit of which is in.

POLLARD-invariably) in advance. No attention 5. That ihe right to organise: Stales in the and his property. Therefore the proceedings ofall the county meetings appointing Till m;'* charter was faitly rutor'd.Yet freedom, and life disputable. The' victim would doubtless I
he when
for the moment
will be paid to order lor announcement unless territories of the United States limited 1. Resolved, That continue to entertaina prayed
any we this
to delegates to Convention as far as Should no longer be preaa'd by the .\\ord. if he lives-' qualify to the fact.. :

AM accompanied relizious. marriage with the, and cash.obituary notices! published the citizens of the United States, and that the devoted and cherished attachment to the practicable, and the proceedings of.this Convention The old Doctor was a small man. and lean I

cratuitou; but editorial' notices for pri. attempt now in progress, by the present occu. Union, but we desire to have it as it was formed ,. and to have them transcribed into n Oh! hid,laurels were pure and his patriot name but hard and angular as the most irregular i
In the of the future shall dwell a ,
be advertisements. pants of California-most of whom Mexicans \ and not as an engine of book and deposited for safe with the page ; ii
rate benefit, will charged as are oppression. keeping And be seen in all annals the 'foremost in fame of pin knots. He looked jibe might bo II i |
Indians, negroes, and renegades from 2. That the institution of slavery in the President of this Convention. Jno. I. Guion -By the side of a Hoffer and Tell. tough but did not seem 'Strong.a everthe-

Jon WORK. every European country-to foist a constitution S .uthern Stales is left, by the constitution, exclusively Htichinson, and D. Shelton were appointedsaid Revile not my song; for the wise and the good, lel he was, among the knowing ones, .

We are well prepared to execute Job Work such and government without taking the oath under the control of the States in committee. Among Briton have nobly con Fes'd. t to be reputed
as bills,cards, blanks, pamphlets,&.C.,with neat- of which it That his was the glory, and our was the blood as agile as a cat ; in addition,
allegance to the United States ; without (exists as a part outs domestic policy, On moti and despatch. All work of this description, Of the dceply-stain'd field of the Wet. was by no means knowledge ofthe
except nest for {person* having ycarlv accounts with. any intention becoming permanent citizensof which they, and they only, have: the right to Rcsolced, That the President of this Convention noble science self-defence.: Besidesho

the office mu't be paid for on delivery.' the country ; and without that territorial regulate: abolish, or perpetuate as they may be hereby requested to furnish a copy TiE GRANARY TALE FOR EVERYBODY. v as as 'cool as a cucumber.' in II

-- ----- pupilage through which other territories of the severally judge expedient ; and that all at. of the address delivered by him on his induction A. C. tho Freshmen class of a certain year n'el. I

Business Carts: &,. United States have passed, is a fraud upon the tempts, on the part: of Congress, or others, to to the Chair. for publication, with the pro. "Johnathan \ TUOJA! for believe the story goes that the fel'oxv; -never

I citizens of the United States, and ought to be interfere with this subject! either directly or ceedings of this body. himself Homespun farm,having and purchased him. got out of the Freshmen. though the Doctor

resisted by such means as a convention of the indirectly I are in violation! of the Constitution, On motion, the President and Secretaries extensive provided certainly did 'put him in

A. E. MAXWELL, Southern States may: deem advisable.' dangerous to the rights and safety t of the South were instructed to sign the proceedings of the self with every thing furnish requisite subscribers in prosperous with of the xvord-was a burly through and beefy one moiui.tainerof sense.

ATTOaNSY: AT !LAW, The minority report is signed by ;Messrs. and ought to be prop"-rly! resisted. Convention and that papers of this State, and industry, proposes to eighteen or nineteen. This genius

I ILL attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir. Thomas A. Da'mey' Geo. W. Winchester, :3. That Congress has: no power to pass: any the papers!! of the Southern States, be request. one low quart of wheat weekly dollars for ono year in_,advance at. conceived a great contempt for old Bolus's

w cuit. !03- Office over S. F. Burnt)"'. Store. John L. Guion, A C. flame, S. II. Baine, S. abolishing slavery in the District of Columbia ed to pub'ish' them. the price of two per year physical dimensions, and his soul was horrified .

Tallahasiee, Oct. 27, iS4'J.) 42 II. Johnson, and J. C. McAlpin, and protests or to prohibit the slave trade betweenthe On motion of T. Williams, the thanksof or weeks.two dollars and fitly cents if paid at the idea that one so deficient in mus.
after six
W. S. DILWORIH against the above resolution and the 7th in several States; or to prohibit the introduction I the Convention were tendered to the President cle, should be so his rule. Poor
[ offered the
CARAWAY sMflEI "The l by potentialn
the series below. The above resolution, if of slavery into the territories of the. United and Secretaries, for the ability and industry cities governmentfor Jones that's
him bad
i idea i-
!bJnir;}J & !l1t @J1 [}- recollect ; the transportation of wheat to every section: "bat "e'l cal no
; we right embraces the views of !.Mr.\ States ; and that the passage' by Congressof with which they had discharged" their of moral force. rate be
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Calhoun and shows that such law would of the Union, and the adjacent provinces, are any was not
than duties.
more two thirds any not only be a dangerous inclined to knock under' to it, and be con.
MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. of the committee concur with ;Mr. Calhounin violation of the constitution. !but would afford On motion of T. X. Waul the Convention such as must prove satisfactory to every sub.. trolled despotically by a man that he imagined
scriber and the of the assures
July 7,184. P. 27. his ultra notions. We have not room for evidence of a fixed and deliberate designon adjourned sine die. all who proprietor him that granary he will he could tie and whip. He at length de-

the two report, and give on')' the amended the part of that body to interfere with the \\". L. SHARKEY, President. himself may patronise article of the heat termined to give the old gentleman a genteel.,
exert supply an
IMOX TOWLC. MABIANO D. PATV. report as adopted by the Convention : institutions of slavery in the States. J. A. ORB )
/ Secretaries. quality. N. B. will be allowed agenerous private thrashing some night in the
.1. Agents Cotege
TOWLE & PAPY, REPORT. 4. That we regard the passage, by Con. > 4.n. tJROON. ) centage. Address (post paid) Campus pretending to mistake him some ,

AUornrys; and Counsellors at Law, We the greas of the Wilmot proviso," (which wouldin per 1 student.
) of
delegates a conx-ention, called effect CUH FAIN LECTURES.: ; Proprietor of the Granary, llopexvell. I low
: (formed an association for the Practice: by the of the State deprive the citizens of the slaveholding Shortly afief, on a dark and night i
HAVING people of Mississippi!! to States of .11rl Caudle comments on the result of the Elec Such wac the prospectus issutd by my rainy .
\\l1I8ttend the several Courts of the deliberate upon tho means to prenntlhe tin. an equal participation in the territories tion. friend Mr. Homespun. Feeling a lively in. Jones met the Doctor crossing the Campus.Walking '
Middle! Circuit ..f Florida, and in the District Couit : acquired equally their blood and
oft the U. S at "aUaha!' ce. All business entrusted founded pretension, that Congress has power by Beat again Caudle Just all I expected terest in his welfare, I visited bis farm although !- up to him abruptly 'hello! Smith !
,) as and
to their care will receive prompt attention. to legislate upon the subject\. of dome tic slave an unjust! insuhinir discrimination jiwl as I Iaid 'txvould be. The locos! have it was long journey from my house, you rascal-is that you 7' And with that ho

(;:J- Office the Capitol. ry, and to prohibit its introduction and exist -lo which these Stales cannot, without carried the State. Our candidates: are defeated and was pleased c to find everything in nice i struck the old gentleman: a blow on the side

February 17, 1SVJ. 7 ence in the territories of the United States, this political d-gradation, submit, and 'to which I -or if any are fleeted, they are few in order. He informed me that he contracted a I,I of the face that had nearly felled him. Od!

have duly examied the important' ect committed Convention, representing( the feelings and number, !feeble in influence, and will be utter large debt in the purchase of the premises. : Bolus! said nothing but squared himself and '

Thomas Jeff. Heir, to our charge and make: the folloxving declare opinions!' of ihe people of Mississippi! solemnly ly powerless in the legislature.For stock, and implemens! husbandry, but he at it they went. Jones'n youth weight and

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW report as expressive of the voice of Mississippi th"y will nct submit.f my part, I hardly know the names of had no doubt of his ability to discharge: every" : muscle mad him an ugly customer,* but af
Cicit Court in each >. That the ofihe Wilmot!
practice in passage proviso, ter round the
or two science
: of candidates. He also stated Dotor's
WILL such in few I
any They were obligation a
and in the :Supreme )
of the Middle Circiit :: or other laxv in the years.
It is any abolishing slavery i to tell and in short lime he bad knock
asserted ; a
boldly that gan
: Court and United! SLateS District Court a /; Congress posses. District of Columbia' by the of the as the federal party was accustomed! to !set upin that he had received many hundred subscribers
Tallahassee. scsan unlimited (poA'er of legislation over all United Congress olden limo ; (Earthen the voters felt honor. and that in four or five weeks he would ed his beefantagonist down, and was astrad.
1S4S. 23 the territories ) Slates, would of itself, be such a breach dIe! of his chest, with one hand bis throat
Monticello 251 on ,
belonging in eJin! wheat
the the the of the
. .. common of the tj.rfprt I i" ,h... ;'H bestoxving. suffrage! on greitto commence. delivery accordingThe .. .
-- r.r' .C TI. *J O._ ... .Saab ,.J *....,*,..- rf mnarl "p \ pjy "' --- j j ort.4neu.- I. 1 $
ALEX. C. MORTON, make it the duty as I it is trie ri::ht, ot the slaveholding and those selected who schema appeared plausible-and my .
be down
quence has poxx'erto prohibit slavery in these run ; Ab I Doctor Doctor .
beg pardon
States to take care of their own !safely, that I stop **
Attorney) at Law and Commissioner of Deeds for territories-that the exercise of such power is and) the are vain enough\ lo be pleased by a paltry friend was so confident of hi success I Caldxvell,-a mistake-for heaven's sake I'lli'
to treat States
the States of Florica and Tennessee.JJ and inasmuch non.Mavehok'ing ns enemies nomination\ and saved by excessive self-con had not the slightest doubt of his prosperity.
expedient ;
necessary, ns slavery lo the slaveholding Slates and their domestic Doctor !I' groaned Jones who thought be was
GEORGIA. :) is evil ceit from the mortification cons quent upon I entered my name as a subscriber,
( OFFICE AT COLUMBUS an which must be eradicated from the institutions. about to be eaten I thought it wu
give faithful attention to such business land. With a few patriotic and honored exceptions defeat. n'OI1't this last and;. the preceding e.leclions I left him he was preparing many quart ,Smith. up' really
6. That the is .
WILL Legislature hereby requestedto I t
be entrusted to him, in the Courts the the people of the Northern Slates open the eyosoftlie administrationat sacks.
The Doctor replied with a' word and I.
Chattahoochee Circuit. Georgia composed ct the determined to the Wilmot pass over such laws as may, in their opinion Washington ? Old: Zick xvill hardly extend Every week for the space of two years, I a
seem adopt Proviso '
Counties of Muscogee, lUrris! Talbot Stewart and be best calculated to encourage; the emigration State. The results of vi. received of wheat, and concluded bow.alternately It makes no'-a hearty
Marion, ; and in the Counties of Russell, Macon and or the principle it contains. Each: succeed. of citizens of the slaveholding States, his tour into our pre my quart and that !) difference'-(job, job !)-.'for all'-(a,
disturbed his and the from its excellent prompt
Barbour, Alabama. ing year brings forth new expedients for the with slaves, to new territories of the United ous elections digestion ceJ.t'ry. wrench of ihe throat !)-' puroses'j j "
August 16. 1813. 32: -Cm accomplishment! of this ol ect. The press States. news from Maine will impair it yet further. everything was prosperous wih (licks fall like bail !}-' Consider pret I lr

the and the ballot But, then who and what is Old Zack: -taking Homespun and his farm. m J
pulpit box hare already b*> And-it i is said-that old Bolus Jones p"
/. L. SHIELD*, M. P. J.i. BOND, M. D. 7. That in view of the frequent and increasing him hisown So I myselt'nn concern about indebtedness gave
to this fanatical the him at his own xvord judging by gave my '
come tributary to
hostility such a pounding then and the, as probably
evidence of the
determination of the If
and confession 1 In the fear to him-fur, said I, "to a farmerso
South.' It is vain for profession I
SHIELDS &: BOND to hope an abandonmentto prevented his ever making another mistake
Drs. of the f
Stales disregard
people imn-slaveholding to
fr the
j he ,
this settled that the people xvill make: him ihe scape-goat j patronized as smal f
in the design.; Submission to our extensh-ey as to personal identity, at least on the Cola
ted themselves together the of
: "sori ( the Constitution and {
a guara-tees his cabinet arreas would be a :
and years'
HAVING I of the frauds practised by
: of Medicine: Surgery, tc., offer their wrongs, provokes peisererance; on the part of the of : iniquity pittance l legs Campus !
agitate subject slavery, both in and (tll' 11
services; to the citizens of Quincy and the surround- our aggressors ; and it is wise in Slates, as it j he tries 'to forstall by way of apology ; drop in a bucket.. It is true there was oc. HORN OF 4 :
of Citnjjress, avowedly for the purpose of effecting of his the sacks a general! notice 3JRTl. i
in; country. is in individuals, to resist encroachment. Unfortunately declares that he has passed forty years casionally printed on _

Quiney.ugust 111549. 31 we have been but too passive under its abolition in the States ; arid also in life; in the camp, most of it at the very outpostsof to delinquents! -but I never suspected that o from the London Punch.
,'ioof I the facts set forth in the late: Ad. The notice
----- ------- civilization. he had't remained this was intended for his friends. ,
former encroachments Pity
Our opponents dress of the Southern :Members of I:FOR IT-HOW TO GET OUT OF IT.
Notice. Congress and r.
exult in the of the Bill there. however, became more more frequent ;
passage Oregon as a this Convention proclaim the deliberate conviction concluded I would visit Once on a time there was a gentleman who
1(. G. WIRT' M. D. I. L. CALL M. D. I full acknoxvledgmcnnt! of the and I s'p.< Caudle, Bancroft has come home and having leisure I
WIHT & CALL have associated! therr. el\"tli principle that the time has arrived when the and! Abbott Lawrence is ahout starting; for friend. the proprietor of the granary. He won ari elephint in a raffle.It !.
DUS. build their of further' that. my
the practice of Medicine( ,Surgery, <&.c.and I In this unfortunate hopes success' there on hut Southern States should take counsel together England. Sxx'apping a loco for a xvhig oughtto greeted me cordially-but I saw that there was a very fine elephant, and vets cheap ":

cflertheir service* to the public. controversy arc for their common safely and that a Conven. at the price the gentleman paid for his .
Office o'.er Drug Store Monticello. Florida. two alternatives! ; the one is submission, the ; I be counted great gain. But in this case, had been trouble. He was evidently xvorn I ,o
tion of the slaveholding States should! he held folloxv bad Clay with toil and anxiety,and in the conversationofthe chance. ,
August :S, 1645. :3 ly other resistance. To the 'twill only a prec-dent. r1
I I I not consent the other one xve cannot reluctant wewill at Nashville. Tenn., on the FIRST MONDAY ,. Webster, and Scott were shoved aside to evening he entered into particulars. : But the gentleman had no place to put it ::
we are
MEDICAl. NOTICE. ; IN JUNE next, to de.ise1111 adopt j I and i in. .
to adopt.In make room for Ta'lor-L:: man who, thoughhe Here I have been laboring day
the of constituent some mode resistance to these aggressions ; 1 j had (trained in the everglades of Florida, for almost two Jt'ars-and am more in deLt | Nobody would take it off his hands. :.f f :
Dr. Charles T. Darby name our we and that this convention'appoint twelve delegates I I creditors are He couldn't afford to feed it. .1
tho and the mountains than when I began. My
J the existence of the 1I01f'mn.\\ and on plains among now
RESPECTFULLY: : announces permanently to located t the public himsell in fen. and ly deny protest against its exercise.power' and twelve alternates-being double 1 I of t Mexico yet since his being President, hits pressing for paymentam I conscious of my He was afraid of thr law if be turned It

the number of our Senators and Representa- and I loose into the streets. .
demands can
Monticello! Florida and will be found at all times, that it will violate the Constitution and will only proved xvhat Mr. Webster said. that he inability to meet their
unless irofeosionally engaged. Strict attention will lead to a dissolution of the Union. lives in Congre s-to attend such convention, I. had had no training in civil a If aIr"."L a w. perceive no other result but bankruptcy and lie was too hum me to let it starve.

: be paid to all professional calls. We have not met to discuss the of and that the other slaveholding States be invited rence has trained in the cotton company and ruin." leas afraid to shoot it. ,

: y3lSs49.. 18 have question been to appoint delegates agreeably to the knows it from the raw material quite into But have you a large list subscribers ?" he wa in a perplexity very natu i!
or expediency. They argued
; same ratio of representation. rat to a gentleman with moderate means I' '
and and then into cloth of said I. :
filling every I
and in and of
GEO.V.. UUTCHINS re-nrgued, out Congress, 8. That in the language of eminent warp the small house, common feelings of :'
1. by our statesmen and by our people. We an kind-shirting and abetting-drilling; from at Yes a very large Jt.u reply humanity, ,

AUCTIONEER have reasoned and remonstrated in terms of northern writer and patriot" The rights ol 'I white and striped to indigo. blu*-then to ticking "but too many of them are I you." I I and-an elephant. ,
the South in African service exist not only MM. ( amazement, France has won her elephant at Rome. r
conciliation with Northern brethren until and calico prints. In all that he is as .Me !I" 1 quickly rejoined ,
: ,
foibearance has ceased be ,'irtue."Te tier but over the Constitution. They existed perfect. At any rate, he has made his for. too many like me !" She has brought hack the Pope.
TO a before( the government was formed. The friend in melan. She is at her wit's end what to do with .
I But t then, from such premises to sucha I '* Pardon me, said my a .
warned them of the of tune.
Messrs. H. BOND, J. W. ARCILE:, D. C. WILSON, have consequences per. -
Constitution rather sanctioned them I him.
was by silk out of sow'sear. Pardon me, for oppression r9
conclusion a
HoDfON' and J. T. ARCJUR.I have 'I a purse chnly tone.
F. II.
FLACQ.T. severance. They disregarded our re.
March tO. 1S49. 10 and have than they by the Constitution. Had not that ." make even a wi-e man mad. You have had She can't abet the Pope and the Cardinals, *
I monstrances, our warnings ; they instrument admitted (he sovereignty of those for because she interfered in (because of Liberty.She r!
I the most solemn in Webster would have been my choice. Cau. a quart of wheat weekly, two years-I

I LEWIS & AMES, disregarded which we hare yielded too much.compromises They have, rights it never,would have been itselfadmitted die. To be sure would cost something to have a large list of the sarA kind of patrons can't abet the Rt'puhlcans because r
by the South. It bowed in deference to rights thousand miles. she interfered the cause Pope and
DEALERS refused to submit tojudicial determination. keep him in London four years. But then scattered here and there a r

f DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, to decide by the force of numbers.preferring : old in their date ; stronger in their claims and the pride of the party would be equal to- they would piy me the trifle they severally the drdimls. r

holier in their nature than any oilier which would for it and the God-like would: I I should be directly freed from em. Site can't act with Austria because Aus. .
owe me
it. Window GlauPAaNTaal' There is arbiter and pay ;
Articles no common we too must *
Toilet Perfumery, ; J
the Constitution can boast. Those rights tria is absolute.I I !
I decide for ourselves. The decision is! made. may stand equal I. if not more-have no superior barrassment and go on my way rejoicing.But t
BRUSHES AMP COLORS not be changed-even by a change of (heConstitution. England's and best. they reasoned as rf'asoned-and She can't act against Austria, because !
greatest you
stand the
We take of among
Ware Ac.: our on plain principles
Glass '
Apothecaries' They are out of the reach of What about the French minister? If hE'don't I am brought to the door of pov. France is conservative and peaceful. r
and intend among you.
constitution it
the to maintain .
hand,and for sale at the or
bove constant: on tho nation. Tho confederacy be dissolvcd She can't continue her in Rome be. \
THE ink in the effort. may take the French leave will the admin. ertv. and ruin. army .
\\ inaiket prices. LEWIS & AMES.! and the Constitution pass away but those i&t rat ion make him walk Spanish ? Well I felt the whole force of the rebuke, and cause it is not treated with respect.
\\ c assert that Congress has no power over rights will remain unshaI >n-wilfcxi.t while She can't withdraw her from Rome
Tallahassee November 20, 1S47. IS that is spunking up-putting on the old feder. promptly : arrearages at the increased army ,
iho subject slavery, within the State', or in the South exists-and when fall p\yint that would to
they the at a little. The feds always hated the }French price the prospectus, and also a became hp stultify bpuplf

CHARLES H. BUNTING, Ihe territories. That these Slates by the revolution South will perish with them." especially the monster Bonaparte. But then year in advance. I shortly bade adieu to the She can't go forward, because insi.led

by the declaration of independence, 0. That to unity and of doeverything on the Roman people! going backward.She .
!DSOTB8T! } n procure promptness Louis Napoleon i is no more to the old Napo. worthy and wronged farmer resolved to
and by the treaty of peace, became separateand action in this S.ale, this Convention recom. the can't because the French
FFERS hit professional services to the citizens leon than is" the second Washington" to in my power to repair injury go backwar.
O Middle Florida. He will attend with despatch I independent sovereignties with all the mends that Central or State association be (George Washington. But then a fuss with which had been occasioned from delinquency.O people insist on going: forward.

to any calls. that may be made upon him and I political power of separate nations ; that theyare formed at the Capital), and affiliated county as. France always suited us federalinfs, though patrons Jobnathan 10mt''pun- She can't choose the wrong; because public '

perform, with care and skill\ all operations entrust still so, except go far as they may have expres social ions within the several counties of the on Ihe other side-shoxved the whit whoever ye are who Ealen opinion forces her to the righf.
; we were ye
ci to him. His prices will be as moderate and lib of their to the ye
Iy delegated part State. She can't choose the because her
power without right, '
cral as they can be made consistently. His residence feather when old Hickory took Louis Philippe wheat from his granary making pay.
\ general government ; and that they have not 10. That we recommend to the legislatureof of sin of own dishonesty has forced her to the U
at present is Quincy where communications by the beard and made him fork ever the ment Ye are guilty a greviou wrong.In
will be received by him,and immediately attended, to. delegated their sovereignty ; the federal gor. this State that at its next session a law be French claims f forlhxvith. But then Louis omission. Therefore repent[ ; pay him what one word she is on (he horns of a dilemma I

JZEFERr: CEI : eminent is not a sovereignty ; but a limited enacted making it the duty of the Governor of Philippe was a Bourbon, and so an ally of the thou owest him. Undo Sam's teamsters wilt and Ihe more she twists, the mGr sharp

lion. CHARLES. DOWNING, Tallahassee. federative system possessing only such powersas l the State by proclamation, to call a general! oldfederalisls. -* ( the money safo to Johnathan Home. ly she feels the points on which the is impaled,

Gen. C. H. DcPONT. Dr. DAVIDSON. has been expressly( granted by the constitution Convention of he Slate, and to issue writs of But; enough, Caudle-you aro tired ; so carry 'like a cock-chafer in a cabinet, for the inspection
Col. W.T.STOCKTON Dr. J. L. SHIELDS I with such implied powers as may be election based upon the ratio of representationin !:. I of(he curious Inthelighterandmore

R. E, GIBSON. &19,., Rev. J. PHELPS indispensably necessary as incidents to the the legislature upon the passage by Congress am Mr. Caudle sleeps.-Eastern Argus. A RECEIPE FOR COURTSHIP. whirligig pct s political entomolo.
THOMAS H. HODGKISS,Quincy. It follows that it can'only Wilmot! "
expressive grant. of the Proviso or law Poor -xvill nobody
August!: H.IM9., 31-3m 1 any Two or three dears and two or three sweets. precious '
A I legislate on the subjects) confided to it ; and, : abolishing) slavery in the District of Columbia, A LIQUOR FIXE.-Th* law in Connecticut Two or three ball, and two o three treats; bargain off her hands? Rome u her 3.

MILLER' &. BROKAW'S on them only in strict subordination to every : or prohibiting the slave trade between the against: selling:; spirituous! liquors, imposes a Two or three ..enad.piv'n a* I lure. bottle imp. She bought i dear enough, but

principle of the constitution. As power i it' Slates, to take into consideration the act ofaggression fine of S10 for ihe first oflence, 8'for() the Two or three oaths hiw much they endure; can't get rid oft .nt any prirp." .
in dar
Two three 'ener* sent one ,
k Livery Sale I Stable, constantly tending to the legislative depart. and the mode and manner of re. second), nnd so double for every 'ofience of Two or or three limes m9s led cut from the play

TAIXAHAMCC, FLORIDA.C ment, it is inexpedient that Congress should dress. which a man shall he convicted. A man has Two or three soft speeches made by the way ; Tnt Miner \V Ay.-Abut OOO gallons!

/ TH ,ubribersbave moved up to (their fire.prcof encroach on the liberties of the people and 11. That a committee of six bo chosen by 1 forty-five ci'es pending ngainst him, the last Two or three tickets for two or three tmes. of milk xvi-re spilled from cars tlr )wn'ofF ,

brick Stables and lake this opportunity to inform the sovereignty of the States by exercising t the Convention to prepare an address to the of which if he should h '(ound guilty, and Twoorthtee love.letters writ all in rhymes ; the trark in coming to.Nexv York ou Tuesdy'
their friend and the public generally; the doubtful, : powers. of the slaveholding States. him penalty' ( of 8114,490,932,. Two or three months keepinjrsfrict to rules from Croton falls. .
fact. Being tbanklwl tor the liberal patronage they people !subjects! to Can never fail makinjj a couple of fools. night,_
We maintain that the slavery was
km heretofore received they solicit a continuanceof system The Delegates appointed under the seventh 543,360. i i. .

the name, and pledge) them*clve,u pare no paini recognized: as property the full enjoyment of resolution< for the accommodation of those who may patronise which was guarded and protected ; guaranteedby I ex-constabV Leonard of Rot. or the art ,of tak n portraits on
them. M..Clajton II. T. EU Chase told his congregation a short time since! day Inynf's. "lhaltttyf
Stable situated
Their W.L.
are on Washington the that Congress has no number ol '
compact ; power delfrnm any
Square,inthe most convenient part Otjhetow0 and let and G. T. Stirrges. Alternates. -John 1. in ono of his sermons,' "that there,was among bury, Mass.while suffering glass. frm 'onp pit\rel
over lueh properly ; the right; of properly pre. Mowed his brains taken, and at less
for out maybe
comfort: and be'lur.. boards sufficient to ; deliberately expense
conveniencethey cannot female auditors corset aD ti
p'ssedbyay Stable in the Southern country. ceded the constitution U co.eTjJ-with the Gum, .\. HutchiiKon, W. R. Cannon, and J. his ." trfmenS than Dagwrrcotyping. Fi

1\o"m cr li, tfcie.<< 16 bh.toryof man ; it niets by a paramount law: T. llnrrifon. hi'SJo.bog.pen.! ,

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41 -_ and Democrats. Nicaragua=: -England and the United StatecT 4
New York Whig

: t TilE 'FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL MORE from MISREPRESENTATION"the Richmond) En-pi r. all-a...-!) -ass-- -re-, ..floriba :. can rebuked even Gov.Whigs Brown regret 1-that Can a we man wonder-holding The% leading whig paper of New York city It seems to by" no means certain that we

.. "" State institutes comparison between its are not on tbe of
and a a serioas
: Thc Whig; following! the lead of the Re. R. B. HILTON & C. E. DYKE, such sentiments! has received sentence of difficult*
: EVERY SATURDAY and that of i its with Great Britain. In bit
4 that inter own party reception
aiticle from of Tennessee speech
public, republishes an : EDITORS AID FRorRtcroxs. condemnation' from the Slaveholders ,

t'" ; BY HILTON t, DYKE, ruling pet organ, designed" to show that Mr. ? ing the candidates of each-by reference not .I Mr. Squier, our lately appointed' Cfcxr-C |fd

:;.t' -;. ",hem all rcnnaomcttioM should b. tddrrwcd.Tenat Burke, the Junior Editor of tbe Union, i is a Saturday, November 3, 1849. only to their professions bal to their practice.We Nicaragua, used the following language.
; Wilmot Provisoist. Mr. Burke, in a strong Murder and Robbery.A give the parallel thus drawn for the bene. ,. A cardinal principle in ibis policy is
;.;: -83 per annulI'I. In Advance. article in bit while in total
reply explains course Constitutionalist
-i \ ... He served with Wilmot, TALLAHASSEE COTTOX MARKET. IN'or. correspondent of the Augusta fit of our Florida readers, who have been per. exclusion foreign influence from tbe*domes,
Congress. never under date of 23d 1 ult. states that a fear lie and international affairs of iSe
: :;: Tttf"-aj>kfd'fcT the arfetton' !ercwy. and therefore could not have voted for any oi j 3-Prices range from 9 to 9| cents, according suaded that they have every thing to Republic And while we wood! ica't
atrocious murder committed 1 twlirua
Arrival of the Europa. II his propositions. In the se sinn of 1S14-45. i iMr. to quality. Receipts for the last! week most was on from the success of the Democrats and Darn friendly intercourse, and trade
.j I Burke voted with six Southern to the of Mr. Jonx G. POXDEK, a specu- promote ud
Whigs tbe triumph
person burners and thing to hope .
/! BALTIMORE, Oct. 25,11: o'clock, a. m. 1278 bale every comrcerce with all! the troth, and invfo

"f. The Steamship Europa arrived at Halifax i incorporate an anti-slavery) restr ction on the ulator. lie passed through HawkinsVille on of their Whig opponents. It may be our shores and to the enjoyment of our iOJti. '

'f Oregon territoral bill-but it was expressly Congressional Globe and Appendix.Our Saturday night, on his from Richmond, tu'ions the people of all 1 the nations
!t on Wednesday evening, and left (or Boston at ; confined to Oregon, and applied! to territory way well to preserve ibis paragraph coming as it we wooy!

.:J:; one o'clock SUMay.1 j;I I above the 42: degree of north latitude, and 5$ thanks arc hereby given to Mr. John i Va. to Florida, with a drove Negroes, and does from such high authority ; for should tbe proclaim in language firm and distinct, tat*

.\ ';:-1 LIVERPOOL, Oct. 13.-Excepting tbe ex-j!;degrees i further north than the line of the C. Rives, for the Congressional Globe and camped about 10 miles below and during I Whigs be victorious in the struggle, tbe re. the American continent belongs Americans;

". t.L. cite tines ment daring prerailing tbe week In tbe Cotlon was inactive.market, buj In i j I I II" I Missouri compromise. Tbe Wilmot Prot'iso.the Appendix, containing the Journals of the hit Sunday night \\VO men were seen by a negro suit will doubtless be heralded in Southern and would is also sacred let it to be republican understood freedom.e that if fbreiwtfpowers '

ion contrary applied to "tz'IIg territory on session Congress, with tbe speeches of the girl she supposing they were some of their
stir ; of the encroach the territories
there Monday triumph conservative
/ Cotton was a ,great: the continent bereaf. Taylor papers as a upon or i 5a.

t' i when the Europa' advices were known, .I ter be acquired America by or annexed, which to shall the United: !,I II members of both bouses. This most valuable! own people, as the fire had burnt down and Whigs of the North, who are. so well!} en. vade the rights' of any one of the American

'.:-r and prices immediately advanced a fuurth 1 States by virtue of this appropriation, or in j I publication has been' kept up for a number of could not distinctly see them, she paid no at. titled to our praise, over Democrats and Free States they inflict an injury upon all, wilci!

". I!, penny-both spinners and speculators purcha. I I and is still be continued. It killed him blow it is alike! tbe duty and dclerminalion'of to
1 other manner whatever. j years past: to tention to them. They by a
any "
Soilers, whom we are taught so heartily so redressed.
I S'e
:\f) ing largely. Large quantities changed; | For this latter proviso Jacob Collamer and contains simply an impartial report of whatis with an axe, which the girl heard.
"t" hands and at the close of the week price. hate. Within the limits claimed by the Govern I'
.!. !. were fd a !d dearer tban ihe week before. !Trueman Smith t'oted-md: this proviso the done in Congress, embracing the speechesof His bead was completely spilt open, and From the .,: 1'. Tribune. i Nicaragua is
| Union understand, one or both of the Editors ment ;; as known Great Britain
: :. Of the week's speculators% took 4?.0O) the members of both political parties : he never spoke or made the least noise alter There bas been some discussion of late asj ---
of the and Gen. will ,
republic Taylor I Indian
an who!
approves King, is
\, r exporters 17,000, and the trade 66,000 bales.f. I there is no editorial matter, and nothing from the blow. They carried his trunk off half to the relative orthodoxy of the Wbigs of our mad

; Of American description there were sold | sign. be drawn in relation State and their coalesced adversaries on the to claim over certain territory, i is taken-under
Mr. Burke further shows that be never voted : which any can a mile and broke it open and got 830: we
-7 22,058 bales Uplands ; 34,000 Orleans' and j for the Wilmot Proviso in of the Free Soil question, and a good deal of ingen. the protection of England, and is promised
any shape or to the! political: publish. believe, and a cloth coat-his paper monej
,1: 10.000 Alabama. I uity ht.s been bestowed on the Resolutions) of be sustained by her.
form-on tbe in and else
.. :.. The Committee's quotations are, Fair Orleans ; contrary, Congress; er. To politicians of both parties the workis i was under bis head and they did not find it.- another Convention in reference to
where, be has bh\'t.n voted to settle tbe one or One of tbe British officials bold (be folfc .
Fair and Mobile 6d. Sea most valuable-indeed almost indispen. that his committed I *
61 Upland :
; slavery that would bsatisfactory It is not thought negroes this subject. This would be well applied if
question on a principle
;; Islands! 3Jd a lid. The Stock on hand i iI is i sable. show of the whole matter depended on profession, but i in; language to the Nicaraguan authorities :
.... 'lo all the sections: of the confederacy the murder, as they no signs guilt.- ,1
::. 499,000 bales, of wbicb 346,000 arem4ri'l -and that principle was an equitable 1 j The publication consists of two parts, the The Coroner has taken charge of the body, it does not.Ve have all been acting for the I The Queen of Great Britain has decided!
; { of which .I I to sustain tbe of the
: 319,009, j
( rights
: can against and just compromise," viz the Missouri 'I last ten years on this 6uJject-why not I ;; Musquito King, and
: Congressional Globe', containing an account effort will be made to ferret ap.j
and out
.; xnerican,) at tame time last year. every I peal to acts rather than professions I I IN CONSEQUENCE::' whatever :act: may be font
I When
Texas for admission
The Havre Cotton market was very anima Comjtromite.as a Slate, Mr. Burke introduced applied bill in j''of i i the proceedings of the two houses and debates and bring to justice the guilty perpetrators of CHRISTOPHER IORG.and WASHINGTON || against him, will infallibly draw -down on

.' .: ted. Sales of 3000 bales at an advance of!' the House of Representatives, containing in j;: and the Appendix filled by speeches the deed." I Ih'iT::' candidates on the Whig State ticket, : Nicaragua the most severe chastisement."
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:H* 2f. i I substance the Missouri Compromise. This j I written out in full by the authors themselves. -- have been, one or both of them, in Congress I I If England does not abandon the position
Trade was bealtby. in the manufacturing: | An Honest Confession.A .
.. bill was rejected by a small majority !:: The price of each for the ensuing session is t ihroughoul the last IwHve years. They have here taken, and our government backs its.
U. S. Loan of"Or? up
districts.; .
Money easy. : Georgia whig (the Marietta Helicon
acted and voted the
paper of
.' lO3aJ.05. I and Mr. Burke voted for an amendment of: $3. Address Pub1iher3sbington.. spoken, on every phase minister, a very serious difficulty between
.. Mr. Douglas which was accepted by Milton ,) makes a confession!! as singular a? it is, question of Slavery Extension. JOHN A.]
::: : The market (or Indian Corn was firmer.-I I j these two great be close at hand.
Brown and adopted, establishing; the :Missouri I no doubt, honest. In speaking of the causes LOTT and LEVI S. CHATFIELD, candidates on I powers may
Yellow Return of Volunteers.
23 29s. 27 2 es.
White e5.
a ; a ; I the ticket have been in tbe But it is intimated by ibe National Intelli
Compromise. Previously I Mr. Burke voted t of theVbin' defeat in the late election antagonist Legis.
tern Flour, 23$. 6d. Ohio 24 a 25s. Lard Georgia at
; !
I! against BrinkerhofTs amendment prohibit I The company of mounted men from this 1 lature through a :good:; part of those years, i gencer and New York Courier, two leading
Pork in demand but "
.V declining. prices un. the editor that the letters written I
Iron s'eady. I' ing the: existence slavery in one half of all j County, under its gallant Captain: WILLIAM says i j( !speaking! acting and voting on these same organs of the administration that Mr. Sqaier
chaned. the Texas annexed. by Penitentiary conricts to their friend and j questions. Here we have the means ofJudg.
territory I
j FISHER, Jr., reached Tallahassee: last Sunday. bad
POLITICAL NEWS.-The of affairs no authority from his Government for
Mr. Burke thus confounds his relatives the State them I ing each ) the acts of its chosen taking
slanderers throughout urging by j party by Rep.
.,:: }between Turkey and Russia, is threatening. i I : Too much prai'e cannot be given to the olTi- reTentatives the position which he holds. His senti.
which be far conclusive .
-and himself must more
places proudly erect, in summing GOTown
all to !, was one :
.; The English and French fleets have been or. cers, Messrs. FISHERS, PAUKHILL and SAtN.DERS means support :
than We ments be disavowed.
dered to the Mediterranean and there are al. :I up case as follows: : I of the chief causes of the defeat of Judge !:1 any professions. challenge any may
.Now, in what aspect do these facts present \| and their companions in arm, for (be honest Free Soiler to point us to the vote or Nu one can tell what course our wonderful
twelve British ships of war in the Turk.
ready the of the tbe liii). Singular cause We may exclaim i I act in of CHRISTOPHER :\MORGAN
editor of Unionin them ic
;.. ieb waters. A hundred thousand men in course junior ;; patriotism displayed by so promptly cabinet at Washington will adopt. It would
reference to the slavery question ? with a cotemporary" What a party so :I WASHINGTON HCNT t that was not thoroughly
to the of the frontier, in
.. arms are collected! around Constantinople. i hastening protection not surprise us on one band to it back
In the first voted tbe the side of Free Soil. We invite see out
place, we against in. ricketty that Penitentiary convicts from their on a comparison
: The French Government repudiates the I of the and of
perils sufferings a I
: from the ground assumed
troduction slavery! in the with the votes of Messrs. LOTT and by our Minuter,
Oregon territory, cells off such Be. :I :
conduct of M. Pomsin, but persists in tbe claim! can split a fragment f
which lies above latitude 42 and 5\ decrees I campaign against an Indian foe. We hear CIIATFIELD on essentially the same questions.We nor on the other, to see it blunder into a war
of indemnity. A conspiracy has been de. sides don'tl1ink this confession
1 abort the line of the Missouri% compromise. from the frontier highly favorable testimony I we whig very I believe the latter will be found steadily I with Great Britain. It is const&Btlj threat.
tected in Piedmont. The still fears
Pope to
; return to Rome, and it is rumored tht the I Secondly. We offered a proposition, and I : in behalf of the bearing of the troop, and creditable} to Georgia. In the first place, it I voting against the enactment of ibe Wilmot I ening the nation with difficulties of one sort
| voted for it the I that the conricts" I Proviso and kindred while the former .
., a proposition, leaving to peojilc their readiness in to whatever argues Penitentiary are measures
pan !b troops are about to enter the city.- : moving points or another.
t There is no other news of importance. \ who inhabillcrriljrl beloic the line of the their seemed most needed. i very numerous, and in the second place thatthey : voted uniformly in their favor. The | _
l! Missouri Compromife; to have slaves or not, as presence I I facts are on the country's annals-to them we i
Consols closed on Saturday, Oct. 13, at" _. have a great many friends and rela-
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Men who Free Soil when ]
nqJ they! mi c Jit delermidefor lls.em.selre.c.1'hirdly. I appeal. meant you I
-," Southern Whigs and Southern Democrats.::: lives .throughout the State"-neither of which MESSRS. EDITORS I k is Ion-
!! We never voted to ipitrict la. :i i talked it I will you vote for your steadfast :- presume no
cholera diminishing
The \\ rapidly thro'out I ,'en'Lelo'u. : the Missouri compromise! line. :! The New York Tribune says : It is a very inferences is flattering to the moral character friends or your implacable enemies ? In a L ger a matter of dispute whether .M Fletcher
the! whole effort of Europe.A i. made TlIBOfCHOUT Wj: HAVE VOTED TO CARRY I I i common remark ofXorthern Loco-Foro politicians of our neighbor. I few days the question must receive your an. I I Institute" be a u/oofc," with title page and
slight being in I "
headed by John O'Connor, to renew the recent OUT THE MlSSOUKI COMPROMISE IX ITS TKUE that the two parties at the South are But certainly these Penitentiary convicts" j swer binding it or a Seminary of Learning.Were -
not decided, it would
yet no
.I political disturbances.NEW SPIRIT AND TE.\T.:: alike in their hostility to Free.Soil-and not present a new element," as Mr. Crawford I ,, of mine b pur..
These are our votes in Congress and notb. \ : D MACON IAnKETS.1 pose present to produce an argument
mere common (than false. There is a very would say: to be hereafter considered in Geor 1 h.ve'heard upon either side of the The
be found the of the : The Patriot "We I question.
": YOKE I ing can : on journals body Albany says : ::
,: Oct. 25, 6 p. in.COTTOS. to which we belonged: I bearing a contrary J wide difference between the two. The gia politics. If their influence is such that I I Ithe question agitated this week as to \vbicb! I literary l merits of this Institution, and its caiD
The market is unsettled 1
in con. construction. hail the members ofthat. }body, Southern Whigs! want the great question set they could bring over from the whig some I to patronage, have at divers limes presented .
of the news by the Europa, and i is was the better market for'pknters in Southwestern ihe
wquence to public, while the fact (that there
from the South well the North had
I as as acted tIed in such manlier shall bumble and thing like two thousand votes to Gov. Towns
held ofa a as!! not ,
at \ a j cent higher. Corn remains with the same liberal and patriotic spirit, Georgia Macon or .-\ alacbicola. I i is a distinct: department for musical instruction
firm Flour the South tbe Southern Loco. according to the Helicon editor, IAn
;: unchanged. the slavery question would have been amica. :; exasperate ; by writing I tbe expenses on cotton sent fron ibis seems to have been overlooked, or intention

bly and nettled, and i>| Focos want it so settled as will conduce to letters to their friends and relatives through. !I ally forgotten. So highly is this aecoroplisb-
glorious either calculated) and
satisfactorily our market
place: to were ,
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6Jfi l Y 1iJeO1rtiaT'ana : II / f .L c. : 1. 1 I .r m.n' timtrl I. muUkarv o>xl fceg&fero
"nwlI41 iii ; and shocks men a review sales 1y
winch, we fear, it "destined] to I mace in eaCh, lor some
nales amounted to 3700 Latc@ There is no Slavery. This is exactly) tIle difference be. I tions hereafter in Georgia will depend alto of this our day, that alOt ef >rt 'lo se
encounter from the of this The conclusion el"er
agitation years arrived
past. at
portent was,
,; further change in I tween them." gether upon the side espoused i I cur for any literary institution
prices. Middling 9Jc! ; tous question. i I not by the I that in tbe ptronage.
early Macon is would
season, the better
::' Good Middring, 9Jc. The Steamship Ohio Having always voted. for a fair and oquita. '!i Such is the language of the most extensive. "lords of the loom," but of the cell. It is an wboly fruitless and unavailing,
market: because tbe other is ) without the appendage of a musical
is ; scarcely opened, depart
.:, .! coming up. LIe compromise of the slavery question, whenever I ly circulated, and we doubt not, the most in. important consideration. Think of it. is ment. My object,then, is to inform
or not well supplied with But rea.
we had an opportunity to act upon j jI '1 fluential in tbe buyers. jour
Whig paper Union. We do ders that Fletcher Institute in .
: BALTIMORe, OCt. 27, J 8 10. I it, nothing but ignorance of our course or men- i' Receipts of Cotton. hat in the winter and spring seasons A paI i addition tots
not quote it with the intention to crcate tbe literary, scientific, and classical !
... The mails by the Europa were received at I dacily wo'ild! now presume to slander us by \ i It has born thought that the advance: in tbe I I l Jachicola! is cecridedly and uniformly the bet ments, ha also in connection tl"par
j that Southern a department for
New York I Whigs have less of
evening. The sales of Cot. charging with "a Wilmot Proviso. I I1st. "
us being price Cotton would induce I j t ter-ibe lb. i instruction in music under
planters to burry average price being J j cent the rirec-
:j per charge
Ion at Liverpool' on Saturday, the 13th amoun. I TIle slander originated in the false and fidelity to the South than Southern Democrat! I I
tion and
their into I higher than in Macon and l control of Mrs. ADALIXE Sixxoxs
led to 20,000 bales : I crops market, and that as a the expenses, a
full con
at very) prices. lying pamplet of Truman Smith, and has at i ilafct We would fain believe that our opponents j j l of
lady for
.. Baring's Circular says that the advices I by : been re-echoed by t the Republic. If the ';; and oursel cs occupy common ground on .this sequence the receipts during the early part o d-j i even allowing 81 50 for freight, is 90 cents skill, and high who reputation possesses in an musical eminent taste and

the Europa caused great excitement at Li,'. I Ilt'luUitafter the slander the would bale less." degree
to season
giving per
currency compare favorably the
;[ que tion. That such is the fact in regard ton I I t the faculty! of imparting instruction to others.
crpool, very) heavy transactions took is disposed to do us justice, it will republisb} j receipts last season. But this -- -
: place at Jd. advance, and subsequently prices!! the exposition of our course, which we have i j a overwhelming majority of them, we will opinion is State Government organized by the Mormons. Let those who have ..withheld their aid and

:' had further improved, and Middling; Orleans I above given. If not, it may bear the infamy II not allow ourselves to doubt for a moment.- roneous. Tbe receipts, so far as we er'J.I The St. Louis Union oClhe 29th ult. says : patronage from this Institution, for the reason

: .." jet-terday ((12th:! ) quoted at 5jil. 1 (,[ wilfully calumniating a cotemporary editor, We make this extract to show our Whig been able to note them at this early date, !show! I I, :Mr. A. W. Babitf, formerly) of Illinois, t hat their daughters could ot there receive

From Austria we learn that 1 1200 vessels I and persisting in the calumny. i brethren what is said of them their a considerable falling off from last season.- !i has lately arrived from the Salt Lake. Mr. instruction i in what they ae pleased to call

bare been employed: in conveying) the sick I The position now of the junior editor of ihe by political For instance, at New Orleans, ending October I' B. informs us that tbe inhabitants of the Great i accomplishments, no longer seek for an excuse

.4 and wounded from 'before Comorn. Kossuth I Uniiin, with regard to the subject of slavery I friends in other quarters. More\ than this. 23, the have been Basin have forrred a provisional Government:, t o their infuence. Just give u a

t and Bern have embraced the Mahornmedan in the new territories, is that of NO>.IXTERr.Tio We make this extract, and call to it the at. receipts 89,333 bales i which includes in its boundaries the whole of f cal on the Xoyembr, and see

:. ; faith. I \ : \, as explained in the introductory ad. I t tention of our Southern cotemporaries, that against 135,923 up to the same period last California east of the Sierra Nevada, and; has bean done, and. \ we >ave doneit

A leading comTicrcial house in New York) I dress cube present editors of the Union. Our they may deny the charge as a libel, and re. year-showing a falling off of 47,595 bales. have elected all the necessary officers. Mr. 1 i and form your own conclusions.

: has received private letters from a'mercantile! I course upon this subject has been consistent buke its author libeller. At Mobile, Oct. 19, there had been an increase B. is elected to represent the interests of this W. J. F.

,. house in Lisbon containing; information thit i, throughout, and we defy' our a! ailants to show I as a" Were a South. of about 100 bales as compared with I I184B. country in Congress, to which body he will Thomasville, Oct. 22; I349v

the Government of the United States has in. the contrary by any fi.ir'iew of our public ern Democratic paper to attempt to draw Savannah, Oct. 10 shows (t:'present the application of the people for an

fclructed our Charge d'Affiires to demand of 1:acts or votes."Figures such a distinction as that traced by the Trib. a falling !1 organization by act Congress." [FOR THE TLOsIDL4qMF.SflS. .JOCR"At.]

the Government i -- ------ off of 10,000 ; Charleston, Oct. 11, a j' .
Portuguese --
unequivocal nne, between the two parties in the South faJlingoff'l By the constitution which has been adoptedthe EDITOR Having just returned
in reference to the claims I Lie." If thA above} of21,000. and so on with other from tbe the
; answer of Amt>ri. nccer be t the effort would at be ports.' e meeting o Florida Association,
once indignantly de. right religious liberty is I
.0 can citizens upon it for "po' ations. The (true, .the present Administration must feel its statistics show that (the Cotton is not in the guarantied to t which convened near Thomasville, Georgia,
is be the force in nounced by our Whig friends. And yet this I, all. Not a word is said in the constitution. with the Oclockonee
answer to given by 1st November j I ft very disagreeable: way. The peo. country, otherwise it would be hurried Cbureh, it affords. me
und must be conclusive as to the determina. i pie in this country pronounce ihfir approvalordisapprovaloftliciroflicersthrouzh destinction was drawn by Whig papers, and market. to L I about Slavery or the Wilmot! Proviso. sincere gratification to b permitted to say,
ation of the Portuguese Government to pay) or : the bal1 ). Whig Conventions, in the North, for tbe pur. recent advance in Liverpool, that the session was one of harmony; that
p resist 1 lot box and if the elections and the enormous sales for the week i ANOTHER REVOLUTION FR.\ t the business
to payment. ; which have recently f pose of recommending $ihe Whig party to the previous IN : cE.-Mr. (which was considerable,) was

:, .. taken place cast", the shadow of corning I favor of the abolitionists and their Southern to the sailing of the steamer, ((131,000 bags) Walsh, in one of his recent letters to the t transacted with entire order, and in the spiritof
I ;
BVLTIMORE, Oct. 29, 12 m. events, then is the Administration of Gen. brethren no doubt were caused! by private advices from Journal of Commerce, says : meekness ; and we trust their coming together
forth i
The English and circulars Taylor destined to be one of the most unpopu. put no vindication of themselves will not be in vain to. the interests of
;; papers by the I correspondents English bouses in this There may be, .ibis winter, in Paris
0 Europa: have arrived. They contain nothing Jar the country has ever bad. The judgment from such doubtful and equivocal compliments. country k I entire political revolution an pure religion, and tbe the high-

importance in addition to what I have al.ready of the people is written against it.in. the following We ask if silence, under such imputations, representing the expected state of the I! accompanied by convulsions accompanied in the or not est temporal interests pmtion al men o The en-
results since Presidential election I new crop. There can be little doubt capital or .. tertainment lorded(
transmitted. The j ; that us, vas and
quotations for Rice will not awaken suspicions of unfairness, of a provinces, or both. It is doubtful whether ample generous
remain unchanged. I last year. Democratic gains in the following the present will be largely deficient I in the extreme : and indeed I J
crop but
double t the parties three m b
States disposition to dealing, and of a willing. great at least who aim allowed
:-: The English Government will oppose the : probably not 'to the extent some have at fundamental change express my great satisfaction .
thought. can longer
to have themselves keep al ,
ness exhibited in character .
j. claim of the American company in regard i to Rhode Island 013 one bay, or be content simply to meeting a community that s exactly carries

& ,.,1 the navigation of the Riser San Juan. They} ConnecticutVirginia 3017 in the North, while they assume, and What they think-of it. There may ensue mighty external man coalitionsand uvre.- out what I regard as the foundation of all

:. ;: t look upon it as a scheme based on epecula. 3,873 get credit for,another in the South ? Further The late New York Whig Convention I, enterprises, which France, if she undertake worldly: prosperity, ,'iz: industry and eono
; lion, and if the Americans persist in their North Carolina 4,713 more. IfSouthern which to resist, my,proper and praiseworthy They
rt, Whig politicians give atacit adopted such strong anti-Southern can combat only with all her economy.
claim resist Tennessee reso.. live in good style,and most is home made.
they design lo it. The London !! 7,803 resources-but
acquiescence in such representations of themselves lutions, put forth an address every man and her It ort
to the every
): Times says, if tIle Americans intend (to estab. Indiana 4,040 Whigs of franc." only requires a visit of a days, to reveal

'i ; lish a c< mmunication between the Atlantic Iowa 1,217 when made by Northern papers of the State in which they declare that the Barnburners the secret of the success of Thomas County

: :::,\0 and Pacific ocean, open to the commerce of Kentucky 8,509 their own party, can they complain that tleir by uniting with the Cass democracy, The Tribune says it will be a royalist movement planters. They are not ashamed to work,and

tbe world, I England will not oppose it. Alabama 5,077 opponents in the South quote their own party made a surrender of the Wilmot Proviso, and to restore legitimacy in the person of, give to their business a constant and careful

e friends them and if Henry the 5th.ANEXATION. supervision ; and a a consequence, they bare
against that
attempt to destroythe by union the democratic ticket
NEW YORK Oct. Total loss succeeds large barns and smoke houses filled
"s 27, 0 p. in. Whig 40,002 (and well )
: confidence which the great body of Southern tl'allM result will be claimed :: OF ROME.-A letter in the well .
as as large bouses. buildings
In a defeat Their out
The Cotton market is slightly easier, the Virginia, North Carolina: Kentucky,, of a gin
,I' tales during; the day having amounted to 3500 and Alabama only the contested districts are p Whigs, (whose patriotism is unquestionable the principle of free foil." On the other I- New York Tribune from Paris says that in and fences are in good keeping. They

: ;.; bales, at 111 I j for Fair Uplands, and 12 for embiaced in the above., ,) have in such leaders ? hand, then, it follows as a matter of course: case the Popo continues impracticable with have large and elegant mansions, and beyond

". ;. Fair Orleans. The sales ince the intelli. I -- ---- ------- In confirmation of the assertion which we that if tbe whig ticket succeeds, "the result reference to the reforms and liberal principles doubt the whitest and cleanest yards generally!

1. gence by the Europa have been 7000 bales, Repudiating Ta.'Ilorum.-The, Washing, have quoted, the Tribune makes an extract will be claimed I. recommended by Louis Napoleon in his I have met any where. The inside view corresponds .
as a TRIUMPH of the letterto
__J. 7'! 1ind for the week, 12,500 bales. The sales; ton Union says :Thousands cube honest t soil with the outside promise; and if

{t of Rice for tbe week have been 800 Lbls. at voters of the country who gave their votes for from the valedictory message of GOY. Brown principle." Here is gall for certain whig Col. Ney, a movement will soon be made, the truth must out, I really regard the ladi (

k' ;i: 31 j a 3f* Flour has declined CJ per bbl.- General Taylor, have, during the last six: Tennessee, to show how speaks "a Whig editors who labored hard to make political the object of which will be the annexation of a deserving more than halftbe praise due in

: Cora.; 04 06. Sterling Exchange, J JOJ prcmturn. months, silently abandoned him, and cast their: who has stood by his party, and been beaten capital out cf the democratic union in New Rome to France. An effort will be made to the premises.!. The Methodist friends hear,

1,. votes against the party by whom he is uppor.i with it, because he would not take what is Yoik, for their political friends in that State : have the popular vote of the imperial citYJiv- with their characteristic zeal built up a l'(0'(
-- -- ---- ted. Others, who were active and ; institution of good neat -
rasy promise,
i termed Southern :
ground on the question of tell them (and who indeed en in favor annexation. The
:.j Wild Geese are : electioneerers for him, are also deserting the should know bent same writer masville, and I was informed tbe buildings and
already "
';&. plentiful on the Potomac. becoming Several quite I Ip I Taylor flag and rallying under the glorious Slavery Extension. Gov. Brown. says, (as than they 7)) that by that very union the prin. says : You may expect Kossutb, Bern and necessary fixtures are paid for, furnishing in

p 't ';, f't:: have passed over our tillage within the gangs last I banner of dem racy. The Indianapolis Sen.: quoted by this Whig paper,) I am happy in ciple of the Wilmot Proviso was sacrificed, Dembinski, and probably Mazzini, in New example individual perseverance worthy/ of

; IL:: : day or two. Tbe arrival of these fowls is re. tinel gives the following instance of the repu. the belief(hat all difficulty on the subject will and should the result of that union be the York JFRENCH the middle of November." all praise. Success to all efforts for beuerigman'

: garded byold indication diation Taylorism by a former whig editor be obviated at the o- t condition. Respectfully
sportsmen as an of an early: day, by establish lection of the democratic ticket, it will be your
tbe near approach of hard weather. : ) l\h'lISTEK.-A French R. J. M.
-Leonard* ment of State Governments, both in Califor. claimed paper, the
..; town (Md.) Beacon. A COrE.otTER.--n. F. Wallace, Esq., as a DEFEAT of the free soil princi- Moniteur, received by the last Madison County, Fa., Oct. 21, 18-9.
nia and New Mexico and European steamer
brother of ex-Governor Wallace ; wlzeilmertliey adopt pie.
( ,) who edit _
; Hit D.
Excellency M. -- the
.J 1 i' Extraordinary and Minister Baringer, Envoy ted a Taylor campaign paper last summer call or exclude Slavery is a matter for themsehcs, announces appointment of M.1 Bois AMERICAN TOBACCO 1 ENGLAND.--
OT-J. \
: RJ. :
:< the United States. of North America Plenipotentiaryjf to her cd the Rongb-and.Ready. Banner" at Marion in which trc have no concern, about which I Carolina: Barrett, whose arrest j in South LeCompt as Minister Plenipotentiary to tbe appears from tbe last returns made to !J"8

4h CathoJic Majesty, arrived recently in Paris Indiana, now publishes an address to the am sure feel no solicitude." Well tbe for the distribution Abolition docu. American Government. It is also stated that British ParJament. that there bad been imported

: and suite public, in which be eschews whiggery, may ments, has awakened so much feeling in tbe tbe French Government Kingdom during the year
with his family en route for Madrid, Tribune abk, did any body ever hear such was totally ignorant
:-- and comes out a Democrat A ,very sensible North, has been set of the late 1843, Tobacco,
clicu.and arc at the Hotel des princes, Hue Rich thing, and one which rfe have no doubt his language as Gov. Brown's from any Southern nizance. A bill at liberty on his reco ;. ministerial difficulty with ibis Government which the 27,30,1,13pund1tOm
good sense dictated long ago. Loco Foco except Col. Benton." And we indictment was found when LeCompt was named. of 4,365,233 pounds sterling, or 21,6 7,7:3

.1 Grapes are said to decrease in flavor and I II add that Col. Benton's against him. He was bailed in the aunt of dollar In other words, Great Britain 1 leviesa
: John
: may language this P.
: rich new, the farther they are moved from the The on 81000 Gallagher has been appointed
I circulation of bank notes in Ireland, a certificate of deposite of I duty of between and eigMy
I'; This has been Jhe resuit'of subject, has been met by reproachful and bit. which third Auditor of ibe Treasury in the place of seventy-nine
ground. ex. during the nl has been reduced after
the which
i.s' prise year sum, on Cincinnati! Insurance and Peter cents per pound on our Tobacco,
f : perience of the French and German wIno from millions and tcr condemnation from the whole Democratic Trust Hagner.-Washington Paper.
tcvcn a half to four mil mow
- Company? he,placed in the hands a year'* l labour, did not yield tha planter
will be
growers. lioiif. preis of ihe South ; but w't). Whig press has I of the.. Coqrt, ofijje Clerk many a dry eye in Florida than an average of urn four or fret**"I**

J ot] reading the foregoing announcement. .


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Correipoo< ; INCIDENT MONTEREY.IN THE CAPTUREOF COMMENT is "UNNECESSARY.rcoKTifcRx R H. BERRY, Auctioneer. I Select School for Young Ladies. P. P. LEWIsyHAVING C

listened with wind FACE. : SELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG ,V -
)yesterday deep Interest ,Pt LADIE elozo mf'B _
MESSES. following thrilling narrative, related to Fro tit Salem Gatt, iuhSg, Srpt. 1-1, IS 19. SALE: D.tYS-WJDNESDAY's. AND iATtRD.\ 'S. .' will be opened in Quincy on thefuit .Mondayin telermioe lo locati 'fiom

of the officers of 1st Among the pleasant indications --- January next, by Mrs. CAROLINE: Lrc PILes, Tallahassee.Flar\"mld
The put Mississippi reg. of the /COPARTNERSHIP.I -The ibers hare form. >
siUted Mill ELKCTA The
Iubl by LEI lul.uD- tender hi. _1onal" services to the
prof #
iii by the late elections, in Vermont and Maine, is the ,\J'vd a copartnership, firm of BERRY i school will be under the detection of citizens'of respectfully this and the surrounding" country. lid

ii the storming of Monterey, the Brigade obvious fact, that a very large proportion of &ROWLES to conduct the .quction and GttalCommuion the subscriber,who will give instruction in the Languages visit Monllccllo. Madison, and Thoniasville.

other is the Quitman performed ri. conspicuous; the honest opponents slavery, wholeft the attention to all Btuiness business;entrusted and will to give them.R. their. prompt and the higher branches of the English. In \iil., where he will be prepared to practice his pro-

ed u'p by i ; and the whole American arm'v know whig party last fall, have since'become con. II. BERRY. order that thoioogh instruction may be given in all ftsiion in'an irs'variousbrandherf.hopirig'liorh than!
the branches of in the School, a limited .
study in the I I'd be able to enlirVsatiVtactfQn.
Quitman and Worth at the vinced that the most method OrRE. J. J. purte years experience science give
accessories et cua ROWLE. 1 number of sholart will be admitted); a I '. All operations warranted.

At the their respective commands, captured STKAIMNO SLAVERY IS t warm with their Tallaha l sec,-November______I.__IS-tO._.______.3__ _____ it is the great object in the establishment of the Ladle waited on. at their reide c wile
Monterey. The brittle lasted three zeal the party which has both the will I School to elevate the standard of female etucalion. J.ieferen'ees-Drs.D.A. ndon.-A. 'W.Preston- ,

proceeded on the morningofthethirdday, and the. onty effect that object namely, the .Coffee, Flour, &c. and satisfy the j just expectation of those may S. S. Adam, J.H. Hill, ReV. P P. SmithThcn a -.

Charlotte I the outwork had been taken af WHIG and have acted BARRELS bet brand Northern Fl -ur, I patronize if, by the progress the students shall make. v .
party like
the hand .. in the branches of a sound and liberal education. rie.Dr Court _
accordinI. 25do do do do da5'J I *. W. J. Bnnson and J. H. Pope.-Madisori ___
hands of still advancing, dispatched a mes- sensible, practical men, by of : bags best t Rio Coffee, JOSHUA PHELPS. HousQO*-. .

Indians are to Gen. Taylor asking permission to free democracy" and voting with the 10 do do Java dot Qalncy, October 27,1840. 42' -ot : Office at Mrs. J. L. Dt m,'.. _

the site of the city with the troops under his, com whigs.I boxes bet chewing Tobacco, October 13. U49.- 40 6m .
New Goods. _
His! assent was given. Immediate. SOUTHERN WHIG FACE. 1 do common chew ing Tobacco, _
unknown. bbls. Crushed Sugar, TUST by George H. Meginniss, an assortment Newand Fashionable Goods, '
Quitman his force in and From the reeie
motion Savannah
put Republican,whig, Sept. 7,'49. -
there or In I :boxes Loaf do ,, }. AND WINTER GOODS embracing RECEIVED per brig Ann Eliza' opened i
on the morning of the 23d Sep. f gives us much pleasure to announce Young Hyson, Black, and Imperial Teas. almost every article that is wanted in this market .JVS J ready for inspection, afihe. store of 9. F.-

11 I appar. he was seen ad.ancng at the head of the complete triumph ofthe noble whigs of Just retlve and for sale by which will be sold at tho lowest prices. The nuns cv. The Ladies 6f theciiyand country .

1st Mississippi regiment under a Vermont. This result is more entirely sat is. \ 184\ 43 S. F. BURNEY. public are requested to call and examine them before will do "eJl to call and ee lie Goods below adver _
the leading and murderous fire from the Mexicans it -- -- -- purchasing. GEO. H. MEGINNISS. tied.Prinle. :
factory between
as was a the
whigs October t>7, IS19. 42 4t
the delivery de Superior Lor t Lawn, I
notified stationed upon the tops of the hou. on one side and the democrats and free soil 1 I Ca L'rt.bmert Tre d" Edgings and Lace, i

duly am ply supplied with ammunition. or abolition party united on the other. The Ladies' Shoes. Oriental, La.lierf Black and White '

*lion"' was Quitman's brigade contended thus, sin. coalition, i was feared, would be too powerful TUST received per Brig I Lucy." Brocade Alpaca Silk Glove*. :

go to for eight hour. At about four in for the whigs to oppose successfully, but J Ladies Kid Slippers, Supr French Bonibazfne; LadfcTcol'd Lisfe Gloves j '
vcys the Col. Wood's regiment of Texas thanks I Trimmed ExceL-iow Black Raree. do Sup cold fcM, to j II
words ( to the energy of the glorious Green Spun Colors' ,;Linen Cambric tln"cI.(
go commanded by Gen. Henderson mountain boys, they have added one more to Village Ties Black Gro de Swiss. ;/Saffita Ribbons, I

notice was his aid. Great rejoicing ensued and their list victories, in a State which has nev. I Enamelled GEORGE Ties &, &, ) Black Gro tie Rhine,;; ;Satin do i j -

told the declared that they gloried in fight er yet, even for a single, year, been surrendered J. POWELL October 27, IS I 19. 42 1. lIEN-t IS. Jaconet Cambric ' four days, Dotted Swiss Muslin, Black! Silk Viscts. i
a man who had offered them his to the care of locofocoism nor any other "llfOULD respectfully inform his frien 'Is and the f
and hear they fought Mexico themselves for ism. I public that he wi remain in t this city ont- New Store and New Goods. Plin. 1S40. 33 :

Sam Jones ndepcndence. _. wee, for the purpose tuning or repairing PIANO hare rented life store Ocober -- i
-- ----- : formerly -- ----- ---- -----
board the was circumstance however WHAT IS WHIGGEKY ? FOrT :'.' Mr. P. has testimonials from sume ol the I Ifrst by Mr. McDoujMl "r, adjoining that ofMr. Protection insurance Company of S'eiv Jersey t
old man, !and professors,and being a maker of' theinstrument .Knight,I hree doors belovv, Mr. Barney's and will CAPITAL I
made him the ardor of our men. Soon after The Whigs are a funny set In the State persons can rely on the work beingt1 open in a (few days a General Slack of Goods, consisting i

Indians entered the city, Hdgel.1 battery Michigan they arc running for Governor one done. Orders sent to the City Hotel, wil alen.d i of Dry Got,, Silk Good, Fancy ditto Hats Fire. and. Marine rsi xIcc.

: throwing shells ; the die Litllejohn, a notorious Abolitionist, who last t lo. and Capo, Boots and Shoes,Clot hind.Saddlery,Groceries &AMES.
igration NO"tmhr3.1St J). 43 :Ct I Hardware, Woodware, and Tinware, which ; FlorWa.
where ,
he thought the Mexicans were Fall took the stump against Old Zack, and denounced "gent TalahiJ6pt.
dian killed -- they wi offer for sale on the most reasonable terms October 13, t 1c4f.
of the band ; Quitman, however, unexpectedly to him as an abominable thu.ehol.der Sae ofNeg in Chancery. for country produce.By .

"believed : Ridgely, had soon fought his way ," a robber ofhuman liberty," who held UNDER a uity, made on the 30th of close attention to business, and the low prices Cotton.1 I I

deliver one square of the Grand Plaza, 300 human beings, formed in God's image, in the Circuit Court for the County of at which they offer their Goods, they hope to merita / MIE undersigned is now 'folly.prepared to make

any the whole le.ican army were conctn. in the chains of slavery." Leon, State of Florida, I will offer at public sale.'before share of public patronage. JL liberal advances on COTTON rOni2nf1 ii" hit
'milted by the Court House in Tallahassee within BUTLER & DENIIAM.N. .
legal .
and friends New York. S.
was under The Kalamazoo News
ofthe union
his range speaks hours, on Monday, of December next,the follow B. They are prepared to make liberal advances .
OeTohrC.I9l9.| '
and Iltians'one of his battery. The shells were fal- feeling Ien.ading the Whig press through. ing Negro Slaves, 3: on COTTON,shipped to their friends in New York. M .

Mrs. them, and scattering bricks, stone, out the Littlrjohn's nomination, Tenali, Mary and her three children, Sarah and October 27, 1549.' 42 WantedBALES .

''to have e I splinters in every direction. Quit. and says : .They all feel wel and as thoughold her This four chidren. Dick and Eve. FLUID jnt received Bri rLucv, h (Inn COTTON, by subscriber;
alarrrcd for the safety of his Zack was their A nice compound to provide for the payment of. BURNING GEORGE If. MEGINNISS.per .J'JJ'.J for which the highest market price J
cent to certain specified in said decree,and the balance
endeavored to some one to these amour.t October 27, 1940. 42 4t will be p3it S. F. EURNEY.
bcd get gc Michigan Whigs must JJP! for between the heirs at law of Josiah
in '
; ( and ( I S49. 3'J _
stop the fire of the battery. and Ann Pendarvis, deceased.

liis rifle, I horse was killed, and the fre' of the The terms of the sale are Cash,and purchasers to Extensive Sale of Lad and Slaves. 1 A PIECES DUNDEE BAGGING, _
pursuing I I was so severe, that rather Receipts of Cotton and TobaccoAt pay for bills of sale. BY virtue of' a decree of the Honorable Court of Ivy 10 do Kentucky do
through the I II his officers to such he mounted the R.i Road Depot for the week ending Friday BEN/!. F. WHITNER, Chancery for Madison County,State ol l Florida, coils Rope, 7-S Oslab'j'gi,
guard and i danger November 3. 1P40. 43 Master in Chanc: rv. the subscriber will offer for sale,at public outcry, in 1 Domestics. 4-1 do. <
November 2, I&H):
charger and amid the fire of the Mex1 .
the town of Madison on Tuesday the first day of Jmf received and for sale by .
gun, 1 galloped along Matamoras street and Bales Cotton, 1273 Lot No. 179, January next, that large and valuable plantation ,|I October C, 1S49. 33 S. S. KNIGHT" ,

The Ridgely's battery. Leaf Tobacco, (cases,) 4 2Q N Monroo street, 113 feet, 4 inches front, 170 lately occupied by S. H. Butler deceased, containing .

one son of the General reached the battery, Tallahassee, Nov. 3, IS49.) O fret b\ck, will t divided into three equal lots, about three thousand: acres of frt rate Land. Fresh Groceries;
cst ; the : which will be for sale severally at the CourtHouse This: plantation is situated about East of GENNESEE FLOUR -
Ta\lor was silting: his horse _. _. flre BARRELS ,
upon near - - the Ocilla i is remarkably has good
the said on the Monday in December next. H.er healh. 'o
one t 15 do do do
; but General Q-iitman did frt wells of handsome () House i
not see Tie Highly Concentrated Syrup of Sarsapurdla JAMES ARCHER. a : weling and St. Louis do .
the other 3<) do
t' he rode to halt he TERMS One half Ihe remainder at twelvemonth grounds, ornamented with Fig, and Pome-
is 'I' up. Coming a as prepared by }. Corltll, cash, 10 kegs Goshen Butter,
: granite trees, and extensive The
tenuggee with a good deal warmth, "Lieu. Shaker Society, *, drawing interest at eight per cent, and secured an vineyard. outhouses 30' boxes do Cheese .
and iri
thorough'repair. -
are numerous Thereare
posed friend Ridgely, stop your fire, sir You are bv I lien ur the premises. :about thousand of cleared land 30 sacks Java Laguira, and Rio Coffer} .
does not {JCJ-IS: l WARRANTED. NOT TO CURE- ) November 3, I 1S4'J.): 43 one acres on the I -
f boxes Loaf > #
Sugar. %
your own men Gen. Taylor replied, the thousands of that tract, the whole under good fencing. The plantation -
his diseases flesh is heir to, and - --- 10 bbls. Crushed and Powdered do. -, -
: Quitman, if the artillery is not proprr'y which are so disgustingly! set forth in the promi Boots and Shoes. commands an extensive and unsurpassed range I() do No. 1 and 2 Mackerel "

are take command of it and direct it your and!talerent!01 I the various Sarsaparillacompounds '" and boy's Russet Brogans, for Cattle and Hogs and is capable of being ea ilvdi'ided 6 i do do do doG .-
C.-SE-! into three smaller
or more tracts
50 -
Quitman, for the first time observed of the day. Decency blushes to mention the-, and gents fine calf sewed Boots, credits of and two be Ttrm8 4 do do do do
one notes to well
Troth years se. '
Sam Jones.I shrinks at their record Hut the
and saluted him. In Syrup 01 12 doz. Ladies' fine Black Kid Slippers, cured. 20 boxes smoked HerriDts.
a second
xvibh to voice was heard Lieuten., Sarsaparilla, aa prepared by Dr. Corbett, 2 do ilo do White do doC At the same time and) place, the subscriber will 4 baskets fresh Olive Oil, ,
ordering fcHS: WARRANTED-00 d ddo Black Gaiters 10 boxes Sperm Candles, _
from ) ) offer for *ale SIXTY LIKELY SLAVES consistingof ;,
lug, and French to limber np and ai an effectual and complete cure in-all Di.ca.es ofI Are now opening together with every description valuable field hands and house Terms, I 1 do Star Candles,

operations him into the city Monterey !r' They I he Blood, Scrofulous Taint Cuta-ieou: Kiuplio j of Boots and :hoE worn, and for sale bv creditof twelve months, notes to be serants.secured. :barrel Butter Crackers, .

were ) obeyed, and on they went, at a gallop, J Jaundice Functional Disorders of the Lh'tr. Constipation )'r3I.n. '43 S. F. BURNEY.Moiiticello The titles to the whole of the wel property are I 5 Water d't '
I -- - -- -- -- -- 40 boxei No I ",
rcction of :| and down Matamoras ot I the Bowels, and t that Deadly Flt to Humanity indisputable.! Soap
,of both : cily street ; j{ Male School. R. G. MAYS, Itvson, Hyson Skin and Gunpow'der 'Tea t _
and f firing and sweeping the street as "' Malaga Wine Sicily Modern do
(fjCh: C O.V.SUMP TIO.\ Commissioner and ,
the storo at ,' !* .- school will be opened on Monday, the 5th Croix Ruin
i The volunteers THIS Albany Ale, St. ,
soon sawi As to the virtues of this wonderful medicine; thus instant, under the superintendenceof October 27, ISID. 42 t3
of both !i 1 the brave Gen. in the lead.: Then writes one who was Ion;; a sufferer: W. O. GIRARPRAX, whose experience in I %* The Florida Sentinel Macon Telegraph! Sa New England Jomerican Gin.
F.I. ,
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distributed by i cheers and huzzas which almost deafen Lonilon, _V If., January 1547.- the profession enables hilJ give every assurance to vannah Republican, Charleston Courier, and Jacksonville 10 5 bal best Ci mbeiand. Whisker.,

refubed to roar of the artillery. The volunteers GEsTLt"nso'j four years .ince,1 I was se- parents desiring to educate their Ol! Republican, -Aill publish once a week for 1 sate
by .
weeks and forward bills this Office. Justreceivland-for
ferrnrn liou.l dangerou-ly affected with weakness and eight to
j possession of more than half tho city. the Rdtt of Tuition (Session office .Months: Ocober 1S49. 3'J S. S. KNIGHT: j
bleeding at lu 111:3. My b.variedebilitated _
he has 'to"S; ; the rumbling of the artillery over the until I Ia" much\.1111 1)1 I was Orthography Reading and Wnlinz, $S 09 Jefferson Co. Tax Collector's Sale Take Notice.
very _
faction fur Ant hmetic. Georgraphy, Grammar, History I ,
I < was bear by them, they felt cncotir. examined by several physicians who considered me virtue of the authority vested ia me by lawl I
tc 12 BY A LL are warned against Lavinc deal|
promised f i At discharge, their beyond recovery. Some ol them so advised tne.- 0 have levied upon, and will offer for sale,before I JA. persons any :
c\ery Philosophy, Chemistry::, Astronomy, Mat be- intr- with one Thomas Smith whw signs hi.-J
were I Fortunately, I made trial of the .Shakers Compound the Court Ho door in the town of Monticello: :
Je on
alowed would strike .,
into the hearts mstics&c., ,
& terror i.;0)) name 151 unt who has been in thy service for
Syrup of Sarsaparilla, and soon found the first Monday in February next, the Smih.
legs hI Mexican The Ancient, Lin IS following months destitute of character
army in the plaza. The cracks some relief. I took the S\rup abr.ut a year, and have 'sices CJ described property to wit : I two : entirely
that j i Mississippi rifles became louder. The '!continued to improve in health and strength'ever Composition and d llam3tiolil al.o form :regular Section 27 of T 2, R 6, N and E., bounded on theEa't constantly seeking out opportunities to deceive and .
1 -f the the defraud and in short to tiecule and all
counted lor.; i part weekly Xrcilt' prepared any
The has school !
since. entirdy subsided. Formerly E'dred Simkins North Gon.
in all bleeding ,
\were falling directions ; and is by by Bailey,
N- B. Thissrhool entirely separate tinct II base Said Smith is about twenty-thfe' years of '
be raised fresh nts, 4
to fCf.a. I day, and the Ocilla River.
I flushed with success and eager to bloo even loud word was so reduced from the" Monticello Female School," now so ably by eabout five feet,five or six\ inches hizh,light hair I
that I
not .
speak for
what a ten Levied the of Richard K. Call,
mOlth as property
they upon
order conducted b Mrs far the and blue He has in the direction
ofthe gallant General, were > : l'ERctlos. so as regards I light eyes. gbne :
tier is in My voice is now fully tf torct, and I am able to attend and toe sold for State and County taxes due thereon '
communication of the two of Marianna JackSotl 1
B I up the avenues of the city, and to iny regular bt.in !! (f Dentistry, ilailv. I fextS. i b St for the year 1519- '1'
I Monticello, 1S49. LEWIS B. '
foray of : the triumph of the American army. consider the Sar. parila! SYIUP, as put ul' by the f-Seistinel NoV.mhcr : DANIEL T. LINGO" ltiincUckober20,1S-1'J. 41 GREGORY : .

what they ta I moment inevitable.} Soon the mcii- Shakers, an invaluable medicine, and have no dOlb cop liltst January. Tax Ass'r. and Col. for Jefferson County. : j .

fifty of these for it was the principal ifnot the ole cause of my rf- Just Received October 27. IS.19. 42 3m I "Now Opening" ,
I toration. I have recommended it to others, who -
emigrate; : Lamar, the expresident of Texas, bo. hare also found great relief and benefit by nsincit.THOMAS A GENERAL assortnvnt of Glass: and Crockery- For Sale T ADIES latest style black Silk Visels,black and

what will ? so excited, that he mounted his white C. NEAL. ware, and: for sale by S. F. BUR EY.1o'fmlfr LIKELY AND VALUABLE NEGROESmen JLJ white Satin lor ladies dressesssiperior" erbroi 4 I

able mind drew his i\ord. and galloped over the (:::1- Sold by the sole Proprietors and their ap 3, J is-jy. .4Notce. .'0 boys, women and culdril, women and- dered ored Swiss Swiss dresies party dresses., superior superior..Thite dotted Muslin lolI -, p '

Ink, where the fire of the enemy}' unhurt.- pointed agents. E. IIRIXLEY &CO. girli. Call and see at the store ofS. I I t rich bonnet Ribbons, black and mourninbnnet (

that an God," h I have LEWIS & AMES, S. KNIGHT. Ribbons. fancy silk Buttons ,
exclaimed Ji.cd Sole Agents for Tallahassee.of V MEETING of Stokhder'C: the Southern Ortober, 1S40. 42 I blck feht
an American'army in Monterey ALife Insunnce Si Trust Company wil be held trimming Ribbons. '
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gold, prO'id : Texas and the United States !" The u at the Office of the Company in this cit the first $25 Reward.M JUt received per schooner Vincent from Nevr
of Temperance.| Monday in December next, for the choice of Trustees Yrk.anl for sale by S. F. EGRXEY.Sfpttmber r
Theil in his enthusiasm, forgot that Texas the WAY from the nbcriber sometime 29,1S49. 3% ''t
for enduing 'ear., ,_ ]
Go.erment to the United States. Thus i Subordinate Divisions throughout the State and ROBERT LYON, Cahier.Talahassee. during the month of February last, a neeLZ'ro .

peace of I, ihe gallant and glorious as. Representatives to the Grand Division are herebynotified Novemner 3, 1S49. 43 girl named SYLVIA, of dark complexion, I.B AGGI? G 4. ROPE-Jusi rtceivcd. ,

their's and in Quitman that the Jlnnunt JUccting of ;the GrandDititton ___. _h __ __ ____ ___ ________ ___ five feet, five or six inches high, thin j 50 Ps. Baling,
\ carrying :lonterc-.Ississippian, and spare made, and has red eyes. She is supposedto :-)) COl3 Rope I il_ _
,' of the State of Florid held State of Florida. ,
They *, will'be in Tallahassee
I lOObls. Twine r i
_______ ___ be lurking around Tallahassee, and i is no doubt : 1\I
ing was ,commencing on J eJtitsday morning, J) "\"\7"E, the subscribers Charles! W. Downing; Secretary : often in t the city of evenings among the tree negroes. A lull supply' of the above article; "i be keptconstantly \

to them, and I of Edgar .A. Poe.-We regret to ecmler WA, at 10 o'clock. Representatives are requested \ \ ofS ateand William R Hay ward,Treasurer : Her husband,when she left was R. Hay ward'* boy on band,dUrng I the Season b!. ,

it does not Edgar A. Poe, esq., the distinguish to be punctual at the hour. Several dddreSaes of the State of Florida, having met iu the 01- Henry; on the Treadwel place, and i is supposedthat S.S.KNIG1IT. "' (
I poet, scholar and critic, died in lice of the Secretary of State to canvass the returnsof she has got )tt. TalIabaceSept.I5.1S39. Z<\ *
they may be expected during the Sessions of the Grand ( the election lor Senators held on the first Mon The above paid for het apprehension -- ---- -- :.' I

but it proves yesterday morning, after an illness Division, and it i is hoped that the friends of Temperance i day In October inst.,)' made lo the Secretary of Sta'e and relvery reward"ilie Wilam Johnson.on Lake Jack New Fall and Winter Goods. l 'j

tnent on two I or fir days. TIi announcement, com. will rally in their strength on that occasion for. by'lhe t several Judges of Probate do hereby certify' I son. V. V. SKRE1NE. THE UNDERSIGNED informs his customers and I :.
sudden and unexpected, will cause I hit the following 1 corret canvass of the retursaforeSid October 2d, lS4d. 41 If i public R--nerally, t that he has agents bf ex ;If
as daylight. i a moral demonstration in favor of the great and noble .
regret among all who admire genius : perience, and capacty. in the cities ot New York : "
possessed for the frailties too often cause in w hich we are engaged.By The \ number of votes given for I the office of Tax Collector's Sale. I and Boston, (for ptrcase of goods suited to this i

t6"io of sympathy order of the Grand Worthy Pal riar h. Senator for the Eighth Senatorial District, was !ix virtue of the authority vested in me by law, I I market ; and that a few days, be receiving i I II
than thai, it. Mr. Poe, we btie'.e, was I JOSHUA PhELPS, Acting Grand Scribe. hundred ant tw ent>-two ((622and) ol these Augustus BY levied upon, and will expose for sale, before I and w ill continue to receive during the fall and .1 ,
c of this State, though by a fitter- received three hundred and winter large and assorted stock of, AMERICAN
twenty- \\pU
J by spreading Q'jincy, October 23, JS..10. I!1'\\el the Court House door in the County of Madison,
whiles at Richmond, Va., where he lately ____ ___ H._ __ __ __ ___' __ nine ( >,) Noah Thompson received h 'ohundred on the first Monday in February next, the following BRITISH, FRENCH GERMAN, ITALIAN fLi
: -- -- ---------- -- and ((293) votes. AND INDIA GOODS, embracing eVery article,sta-
some time on a visit. Hu was in the ninety-three described lands! or so much thereof as will satisfy p
I or even ( of his s- The Annual\ Examination of the students in The whole number of votes given for t the oflice of the taxes due thereon for the year 1549,to wit : pie or ''ancf. usually sold in this market. The facilities ; iI

no '. year age.-lalmorc Sun, 8th Fletcher Institute will commence on TueJaylhe Senator fcr the Twelfth Senatorial District, wa two The S E .1. Sec IS, the E *,S W 4, .Sec IS,and Ihe which, he Ttb\\ possesses for keeping on hand ,

: started on 2'Jth November nest, and continue four dan.I1. hiindrf and t hirty-eight t3',)and of these WiTum. I N W 4 of S \4, S?c 17, all in T2NR9E.. belonging a constant supply of new and desirable goods enables _
A. Poe, the distinguished poet and E1I.Cousins received ( and twenty-four to Sylvester Ilinton.'FheE4SE4.5ec29W. him to offer much greater inducements to his fs
i their minds, died yesterday at the Washington Hos P. SMITH, ((124..) and Daniel Bell received one hundred and I J, SW3, and W S, S friends and t the public,both in prices and assortment; I l

;; cit a wel he has been since election President Hoard Trustees. fourteen ((114)) votes. E 4. and EhSW J 4 of Sec 29, TIN,R 9 K belonging than heretofore. Thesetvithsrictatlerliontobu- \
i ply living ------------- -- __ n ____-_ The whole number of vr.tes given lor the office of; I to the Southern Life Insurance&Trust Com siness, be hopes will receiVe for him liberal shark t_-
follow his a most deplorable condition. He was Tax Collector's Sale. Senator for the Thirteenth Senatorhl District, was pany. JOHN H. PATTERSON, of' patronage. All orders promptly extcutrd, and t "
by his friends in the street, and taken four hundrP and eighty-six ((456,) and of these Ro- Tax Ass'r. and Col. for Madison every erloit made to give satisfaction. The undersigned i j
the ,' in BY viltue of the authority vested in me by law} I bert received, ,wo hundred and tixty-five Courtly. ; \\ill also purchase cotton or make liberal [
hospital a deranged state, where the October 20, 1S49. 41 3ra
Indians, who hae letied upon and will expose for sale, be. ((265.) and James M. Baker received two hundred advances shipments to his friends in New York; r l

power of the attention was given him.- 'lore the Court House door, in Madisonon the 'first. anj twenty-one ((221) vote!. HEAD QU_ ,2D IhT DlV. F. M. > s.F. BURNEY.
cure to just returned from a visit to Virginia, Monday in February next, the following described The *hnlenumbeo1 votes given for the officeotSenalorfor RTJRS Quincy RIG-DF, October 10, 1S4U. ) September 15. IS,!!. 35 /
he had delivered several series of most land or BO much thereof \"isatlliy the Taxes the Filteenlh; Senatorial llistrictwa, five General Orders, No. 2. ; I

called on to delighted audiences, and has due thereon for the "la ,'I: hundred and seventy-Eve (V75and) of these M.StarkFerry 1 ST. The several Regiments of the 2d Brigade will Education. f
of infantry, victim to that that is of. The S E 4 and N E 4 of Sec 10, i N W 4 of Sec received two hundred and eighty-eight ((25S,) .1. assemble on their respective: parade grounds for THE citizens of Tallahassee ar.vicinity are rei t
to themselves a frailty so 10, W iSE4Sec3TlR7tNandE., belonging and Lewis C Gains}received two hundred and eigh: reviews inspection, and drill,at the lime and places llully informed that the exercises of the .
a numerous besetting sin of an crratit genius.- to Edward Eryan. ty-seven ((287)) ,otel. hereinafter specified, viz : Male School under the direction and instruction of t '
ofthe Wash. Union': Also, the S W 4 of See C, T 1, R 7, b-longing to The whoh* number of toils given for the office of Fifth Regiment, in Quincy, December 6th. the Rev. WJLLJAbJ Ncibwillbe resumed on Monday _
of the estate of Daniel Mcintyre, dereased. I Senator for the Sixteenth Senatorial District, was Sixth l Regiment,in Tallahassee,December Isi. the 1st of October. Terms as usual. i' ,

Recent tells us that a lady from the me. JOhN II. PATTERSON i one hundred and sixteen ((110,) and of these George Seventh t Regiment,in Monticello, November 24th. The next session of the Leon Female Academy t

twcen who had visited a town not a thous. Tax Collector for Madison County. Stewart relelved bitty-two ((02,) and Horace Vaughn 1st Battalion, Eighth Regiment, at Madison C. II., under the instruction of Mrs. E. A.NEIL, will torn j
it from New Yoik filled November 3, 1S49.. 43 3m received fifly.four ((51)) votes. I 20th November. mence I the 1st Monday! in October r t.
is with
-- -- --- -- -- ---------- In testimony whereof, we have hereunto set our 2d Battalion at No Tallahassee, Sept. 15,1S49. 3C-6w
Eighth Regiment, Japtr,1lh
number of at the sight of a girl milking a cow. A Gocd Opportunity. official signatures i this twenty-filth day of October, vember. -.

corn ; know. you did it in that way," she WILL' be rented on the 17th inst. to the highest' A. D. 1S4D.C Battalion attached to Sixth Regiment in Newport, NEW_G ODS. iJJ

ranges ( ) round eyed wonder : "I thought the premises lately occupied by I. N. W. DOWNING Secretary State. November 27th. I''
} ford's best iron-framed Billiard Tables i is attached, } Isj ID. 43 3t will assemble in the parade grounds of theirrespective TSreceivingby Ihe "nnEJiza,'tiDcent.LbcyOcitb. l
Where u out of her. What's she got ao long and all the of the establishment the before the review JL ;
wiay expenses Regiments day at Suwannee, .c &: a large supply of fall and
of country, for ?" excellent opportunity to any one desirous 10 o'clock. A. M., armed and equipped according to winter Goods, which he invites his customers and

cordon ? is not the produce of study it of going into bui ine::. Rents payable monthly, Notce. law, (for drill and instruction. the public to examine. A few gallons of that tld
; comes for {which approved notes will be requited, and tar THE creditors, 1 !leez, persons entitled to 3d. The regimental line be formed preciselyat French Brandy unsold.
Secretary a unexpectedly on the speaker as i the return of the Billiard Table in good order as re !in the estate of Robert II. M. Da.vidsonI.le half past 1 1 o'cok. A. wi. September 29,1849. 38
General the hearer ; one ofthe first principles ceived. of Gadsden County j,deceased' ,are hereby 4th. The will report for duty at the .
Also if not previously of notified I thallheir claims. will be barred if not pre* "of the several the 2d NEW GOODS .
troops or i good temper, the arrows of wit ought disposed by private contract parade grounds Regiments of : .

and horse be feathered with smiles-when they the t-oStore north adjoining, will be rented sented notice. yeas JOHN after M. the W..publication DAVIDSdN of, this Brigade.5th. > KERSEYS, tinr ya. Plains, 0nabbrgf, Blanket*.
October .
next. The commanding officers nf Regiments are
unli StripesTicking 1own and Bleached
'frealur that they become laC:1m.: Cistern affords an inexhaustible supply of pure Quincy, November 3, ISH. 43 Sw Executor. charged with the extension ol this order. Shirting and Sheelings, Fancy bashmera, Irish Linens. -

great" and Cattle from the British Pro. water, which must be resetted solely) ) for the above Notice. By order -f A. K. ALLISON, Briif. Gen. Coin's. .Alpaca*,Hosiery,assorted Satinets and Tweeds.

.5CC. l -Two vessels from Londerry and J. H. VERDI CR, Adjutant General. Just received,and now'opening.per achr. Vincent
.R. H. BERRY, Auctioneer.Novembers T'HE creditor. and persons entitled to distribution Ocfober20( IS 1. 41 7t from New York, and for sale bv
N. S. with potatoes, the for. 1S49. 43 2t in the estate of Edward Hi Wilder, late of September 29, 1949. 3S S. F. BURNEY.
Awnx. ( ) a deck load of cattle, horses and ------. Gd"den County, deceased, hereby notified that Horses and: :Mules from Kent ky.

of Saturday, arrived here this morning. The cat. Committed to Jail their claims vvijl be barred, il not presented within : subscriber in Florida with Potatoes Onions &c. '1
of I this notice. THE wile ,
two Years" alter the publication
'. here in of the Monticello, Jefferson County. of and
A young brought consequence IN a negro JOHN M. W. DAVIDSON, Adm'r. MuLF. 1A BARRELS Irish potatoes, .
boy, who says he belongs to William John. _between the25th and 30th of this .
in the in the
in lock bay 43 8w .1. 1 crate Onions
iug a crop Quincy Novembers, IS 19. ,
Dftisb son, ol Leon County, and that his name i i. He wilt tate to his Florid3,friends that they are pro r
the cold .-Boston 21rf. JOO sacks Liverpool Salt Just rec Tprf awl ftc
day 'arle NELSON. Said Ndson is about 19 or 20 Notice. slavery not tmdncifation' Iok. ", sale S. F.
provoked by ) to Halifax.-The Halifax Morn. )'ear old, dark complexion,was taken Ui near Mon. JOHN II..TO fPKINS. September 29. 1840. 3S'For
claimed, of the 16th instant states that ticello on the 28th Ortober. The owner will please THE creditors and persona entitled to distribution October 20, 19*9. 4l 3t -
of come forward, wrote properly pay charge.,and t take the estate of Danit1luhburn.tafe hel, so of the line Electric Telegraph,com- him away. WILLIAM WEST. den County, deceased, ae nolled that their 3" nfiA YARDS GUNNY BAGGING, Sale.Hii .

;" in ;hi laJfa was completed on Sat. November 3,1S40. 43 2t Jailer Jeff. Co. claims wil be barred, not pt eDttithit two .UUU, ,2,000 yards Dundee ''rpim HOUSE AND LOT formerly occnJL -
f the 1:5t." of Morse V Telegraph, year. the publication of-t h J nQie. 2,0
"P'u him, Jno HOPE, AND TWINE, just received :1o tb. Bagging T\iinf, Austin property-a Terr desirable reaiet.ic i ,.
awful case, is ('1e presume) unbroken from BAGGING GEORGE II. MEGINN1SS. AdminMralor de boats ,idzl.qiincyj iist t received per bri? $ sJwannee, and fnr ea'.t hv For term*.Ac .apply lit B. C. LEWIS
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a a : its stets .9'4 :; F tf'as I
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G! irt9 ny ;3Tet4 'tit 1 ; : !.t L W D2-SENCES;Er AEL: PILLS AND SE5 W ae Test. l.ees UII at abr+:ae.ttrs
tie bm9 if i ar.l .c.aar H'A ", f. +-K:1. "dn.. y 1"_. > eDln : a arm:; Saar l.a.a..s.a ecIII
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: aa-'a.a 6a..ae. d trd
to tax a.--.sri.rg w4 fret .t it t (4 IIoff GaISB+ 3e1. sr. D9r ieU a., bk f-r.nt06:1a ; 'r;. :"cvv.1. a1. un.n1w:: ef 'Le &4; t1fJl1T ro'T Rl Walir. Carl SL.rkiLfO1t2 fa!e e( : anent a sxass rei g .1 :is7ef- .iW /6

hei rL ter. car! icite. ,cr E1n.1 tt4Ws ta: v4rra.I +rst.I+T1 i. 4 Land T.c,.' Liter.a nr.'tr i F &.-st'
JVAe i! J t11.rit ,r ::!. I I DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES
+4 for r?. at>i in tart t* ..L J.'m t J.i i .o kr 'a Lila d. :.uu acs'j t.ojt.t..nt.t c{ I" Part Wiiti-s Jr. R i _r. > = a.c mr saM: ..sae tyis+f _
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.0 lL! ate tV/ c ,.. litt wtto thth .,. iwk, brr l. J f,1,,'_ t :61. will phase ai'. ttei are it !' j s' SScct"e4! e! Et ..ass: aH ctier Ps'.rxr: w. Ccri MarIa!l 1'T..a..f.":
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sir i i& aVyweriojj li,+it (rom tie sky Le it vslr! -1 Urr'i t b! J1o::;t !.j.y with .tVf r.. II 9vA ]'0 t.l tear,7aa..a&M a__r-Apra .Sa..t

Caaayt lur u. t. 4"a"'. alas J I.- n. .tf-lot
.. Oar exryis.uiisiris! u."fJl vr t'/. "'.:5t I l.u. !+'rs' fruit tti.*+ tf.,wr Et!'.:' !I T)Y / tit e was e rwlrrrtnot braxw c s tb* alarm MZS.

e ;.. tadalsvri of ti' b ay.Gratz .Caribazsa." n C..kn..JI Fars!. Ituf'C:11 "f' :. J3Cosrt U'J F..i i!+, I 111 Hi ,f.t-r.! Y'+::at u" .btf Actu ,_ :I fM Fever ar" .Cbil's aad Feer,Irlerriittesr + r. T r+L.rrrft stases Lx.r.r oct. Ool s.s Lr.3re3o1w..eti-r. glasss ert..tr; tbta

J 2.ta ate eti.ttt c.riUist r, a4 ]t! ski 't ill TausLai'*t. ao eke fist Yse4sy. aI4 D. L. WHITE JR., j: ax' ail!!crfber Feters. Price rdWU4\ t. Gzrts-lr" a3M .acJ parwe

rata teN a6cr twLat cf their ;'r t.L' :v tct3 ce h r4Jl'.. its .t" ay ult 4.: :rid .. k.k. !.t19. tie k:1: + 1"l art trrt, 'iz : THl"'S nu.tQCH to tte pabiic'fcat le i,traT *- :;l Crwtll #;. D tart

t u tyleins star ui ; erCiutry rra gain I asa ?'.n..t tc. ..rr , FkT *a a* a D.\ 3 i}i Tae rr a>cr e ) ei:1.rH. fie b arC rea.is*.are fcr ". s.-1'JC T..asre 4. r. tenet. ud d ta.rtrn.er'Ie-dt.ae

trrrch. I t&t*. i.rtyrtaN. 110 rri.fz1of1. J G' rat t.Hlraf :, a:.ai'slte!. ttk.e ie.tc.ice r.A Jt+t 'tiL.e3, aol ) GtERS. ARTIST, tieiared to w1 er icdtrvj- ;: sale by LTWIS i AMES tor ast..3et tae.r.nm ta+'t e re_.ic.1DII mare t..dctj'u'.t..

A letter tiavtlr writteo U a riret to th* ia a 1 LA.t..t1' e U Pre re-4.I;. :e CItt!- e;:4lj. '. iX 1 itL.arttzHarrleart'tKftr1Jtn.T. : tr)ii a! iLr r loner, nod will marasiee a r .: pic- Tallaba'*e*, Fa- -.u r-ta as :at ;Ha w_ ua aa.crc .

tH't,air: U *?art ttit I toiler it Wlil t* 'Iv3i4 to t. I! r.e artt r tile tt fer f-i titwo ar<*r 'Pe :r affci tare tf x> charre Icr It tr obe! ; a&d *ui :B into For crT-JiSeafe of e9'1'irtt' +>"* reeve tree ass C--Zn a' :i. rr..tooeL
ciaJa cl rerrs2 a b?otter j it- _
url it.nt
; a tatixtl1 J te. a.t eivlirst ft': fr m cua airs QJ $ of tk !di;+Irttrltee, of Sae1 l Brian *&4 tf Lnb Ai"isi os.rre at" .*:z!trw!vd J .:ave there are a Laf ilcrea W bo fcaioaeo t'eaYITCMeddiCTTesseefat est s :JI resat on-tU"P-C&:. LW"suet a e Deafaa to'c"--
retnrrt .eadyertiset t1 .ra WAoL'Ts. F..r.ae a'
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As fwd vLtcli Le CIAIKX .,txi till ca e JO the pr;!'atwn rf !te bx: >t.u cwtnett air; the l lr"t IQ tt-rr. r a-ekrac ra CID tie d2T. d..11(. bee. Q'Jir. 3 1.arlceHo. cr MwhK.l. U to year taiaed at tie Acess.Drugs nay w errtl .%.n boa ..no--..

.' 10 tte ttar'4. t'iA *.f the itijlotble plant !I f'lt'b'U 10 fir II l 1. c-rvert. tEE I .r reabo-*. Caa cake a ror '
rich Ltpf par .t
c Marto .
1 oo man to ktKIWJf"Jdg- UDrv s5. lt 35 eiT!: e'a!+t arc u.4't; .._ a..raaa..raesta.
> cj>* t'< a"rec> :ed, it fLesJ cere with of I U FWHITTfER.; | Cabin is FV i a. rte deciaraticc->f arc Artist to ..: Scl a 3T tan sae "."m.t

'.'Il j, will male DO man KIK. ; Y or. is<*r -y! R H WINfLOW. !.a.ta is Custer.S 'tiee..elnrstciwittrtasdrze Itstrcdiyn eirec is Medicines & ca..rdo t.4-d acWL&Z

,: 'fi g>odfj oousde i is *tceU!nt, when DtA j I 5 h7.fit.W.t co 4iit rr a deKnptibo r.l Call p,'t+r 29,1'r. 14'w i tke! ar. and an arp rains foraifbed at free $5 tog1oJ ( S'T'CK.&C1U.I.J LVLI32D afaLar3..b.c4 .

faUrJj! a rj3,!d; Urt tLe worst natural C&cl f,r'iii, t'..?Ler wiib iikteres'ir icfMcafico IB tee t L Pnce cf FSctore ire' $1 V)togs. EDWARD BARNARD ,. "... .e- tM teura J' -a. s!)111aa3 a..!.st
JR e&aWl' 111 K-sra.ae
ca.T :d rr. s..hs
,f.c that natwr*'*jrxjrc'jmaQ e,*r JeS UDfkia aK to tie CA.cluL"r.CA..il'Jfr.abt!,.-5 rici Notice. I II Sfec.ber '. IS45- 3s 3t !I a.r u.va..sa.rsd;dte ear,;...ea..r tract]..1tIcSa.
j aid csre.are CJV J f. AWAY at the AGHNCIES.: HAS renewed by the late arriral a tr.a.a t ea...: .a.cat1 ta..ate.sQ.e..w:
> ,4'fI h built: tLa /te bravest rro. k. i &19 ty LF.W.'S! i. AMES .I nix weit *fret date I will tpf-l Iy lo the HocoraO Ii 'b ddisoo ta his stock t,< GEN- II 1D .neat an.a.h__ !.t.t.rart s,tst__a.

Tnrb is tLe bisect uf fbtk**",,. Agetti. TtULaitt.: lit.,14L o.rJbdgecf: Pre.b'eicrMcrorreCcuatrfegWe For Sale, j I! CINE DRtGSSD MEDICINES, Iii cf .anteiaa as t.sa ..am a.ys .t tan ter, 4 J--
s I I itsb cf avmlti.1atia en tb* tVate ef B f jiria rntr+e :ASt ace riwera u.4 a ':pp ,.1e4 tai Mkrs
: A weak rued sioka under ( rc,sj'titr. at well l] Orts"r r. 1 I1. 2i irq i A LIKELY NEGRO MAN t 2i jean cf aze" which are cf p :fSility, lev far Cci- saerrs..mart.Kycalt,12.83IsR.1fi .fH-f'r. d!- **d. P. J. FO.VTANE.Err I a tolerable good carpenter, br j. Asia,.on HaaJ a teoeral .rflDeat of the folkw- OC..HT ass IbC \':ti. -sac a.r.a.1.wac

u uvi r a rertiiA tf/rttg aol deep toibd ; THE GALPIX HOUSE. I \Vr.t. Aczirt 30: 1S<9. *0 .* sS. KNIGHT i"t irr.wbicb are warranted r ecu me. six i : ----J

". Las two bigi "( tides--wbeo tb* twin it at ;; S.t'frtJ 3er Z2. !S4 9. : "H.ockT* Paaeca KroaiLr rose Toair Jfis- Grand UniTeretl Concentratrd

lL .' L.-k.tsJ r u. <--.0I zC
*>ol/ say to be perrruDemJr tale it j,oV.x: are ib&rc< rrtr n .)

re'c""r.ropn dkrhtrttr.twa Jodr cf Probate for ibf O-uaty of Jet J Wcrra. Cocrn aa d Diaaer ; Trausceudeut
/ to be LaJ/isoalJj L<;e.t. 9 BARRELS fresh Tbcunajtca Lice. s es, BotpUid's i Power to Ural.
,' +i9 avd Tt:vtMrr arj they nafe f"'YJD for l-.i' to fill!! a part cf the real ettae of 7 K'1tO'k Celebrated! Yes eraad Af3eR.ce\3yLocesiaCeHial. !

\ Half of a fact ia a wbote kit/ *L/xd. t *>*3rK! that w iH te no p ir...pared in c. ku<; 7LrIrz, &"pkfa.d rw".DOI' Bezeini Barzicg. tf ThoeF-* n't Ee\Ta'er,MeMaanj FJnir cf Opiars i : Sold uho 'Mletd! retail j? br

I" Action is lifr awl L?alth ; rrfx vi it death !I tbeci c,ai'rt tU: as far a* la tb* (xmtr cf the Pr> riCTAVUS. GADSDEN.Coardiin Hecp Rope.. Silt.ke.. Scads rsaparilia.. Turner Ferer and Arae Pil; i: THOMPSON. SKILLMAN" & CO.
". .! tbd corrukm.WLere pr. t'r tod-y v JI. .ti are Lew ar..d |U fir.t cf tle cbilclf'n cl aid ThccsCttDtstnf For ale by MeNAUGHT k ORMOND.Newport. t Tiler ditto Gurdcn'.Rfioas and Anti-Dyspeptic ., 10: Na aa aired" Ne' TcrkAadby .

'. rate rider, and a Irt rate &.:Ur .Iwsi ia ittto- deces, d.J.f IS49- 35Confectionary Pill. Beekwitb's \D11. ? jvptic Pills PeierV aid 1
; ck world re ><:-ketb there !look tbouf&r .Sept. S. LEWIS& AMI .
j 22.1E4'. 37 2ac.3a ,5 Pill acd i '
non CountrSf penttt's Azer.t for S- P Tow wn. t

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,'. l u. GEO. M GALP1N.Newnastrille Groceries, &c. CINDON would icferm bit friends ard b trI1'110.! ,saoern LeroonSfrap. prepared fraa April 21. IS4J. 15-ly _

1 ;a A PCACII WtioHi>o A I POOD.-TLe ,Jo&e 23. IWJ -25 Prcprietc-r. BAGS RIO CO) FEE. HENRY generally, that fee ba on band and| pre Citric cr Lemon Acid far preferable fir the I

Editor of tbe IlockrilSe ((31d.) Journal tpeakt 1- S do. Dor.irtodo.; is cocataatly caoafactoringCANDIEScf all kl ids, | sick or ordinary use than that ossally told Lcsdoa Black.&m.ithiDg.GOOD. .

r I' of the fin.tt fr arb be Las ever aen, taken 24+ EELS 20' bbl St.. Cinrtbnatti Ixji,Floor.Flcar 5 do. White Java dl rocb M: ;, Pcrter.Jane &10...1 Stn ic. substantial. and J cheap B1 C b1a 6 el

R from the orrbard of Wrn. Hudd.'etton' Esq., 2-1 Wtukey 2 iiI Brcnro do. do. PEPPER-MINT LEMON DROPS. kinds dn at tb* Shop sear cy S 3 **

on the oH! VVasbiogton road. It w/igbiorer ti/l)1b.Baeon &dt, 2 BM 1e1lhaf'. erujbed Soar do. CINNAMON. LEMON CANDY.WNTERGREEN. irk BARRELS PRIME PORK, copied last ear by ilillw i ErckawJaaeary .

2 BARLEY CANDY, JLvl S asks bacon Sbna11f'n.J 20. 1S13. 3 .0r'H D-
+ out pound. I.J' Ibt. SLaatders, G>ihtn BQrt r.Box, and Pine Apple Cbeeie HOARHOUND -
!I. Si. Low and Westera Flcrr.
Flea Cider and White
Family jr. Wine \1ne- And varioo at hen, amoeg:then serenl that areotefal
j; S. S. KNIGHT. 5 Sack Rio Coffee.Uqocracf S. S. Knight
EQCIXOCTIAL ( icc f In tarCoJS.h,lieu-leg', Chocolate, Candies Stares asdcocthai d i i.
r 'ALE.-1St t>(* oar 7th for cold > prepared tonaea- all kind Just .** '
1649. 27 received and for !
July rile by sfari
Northern Eacb'hllt' tccounU! '>( lbs: wini- Pickle Almond. Fit.Table Salt. ic. fee. tartan any and all! kind that cay be ordered both GEO. H. BESTWICK. WILL conlince bzvts** at hit eld ftiewbherefofwe -u**"
achcf his
Received per brie Siiwaanee. and for tale by ttAoJctalt arwf rtttU. hope to trait w *
tititor baring dune coMideraLIe dam. and Tallahassee,Jane 12. 1S4. "='*-
yearly Spring Summer Clothing. McNAUGHT k ORMO.VD. He i it also prepared to carrrjjn Baking in all its exief>ded so liberal a paJrware.?

I' a'. age to ibe slipping, especially!) lathe port of 4< STIM.MAX ar! now receitite a tiewportMareb 10, 1S49. 10 bnMh.,(rom the plain Loaf of Erta4\t the Iron Just Received in? that all KaH han z-x d articles at rut F"1**"

: New York. CLARK bat select a'*ort& ct cl SPRING J AD exqtii.ite Cola and Pitt. Patties aDd the pablir f April ',1 H w. 1"?_ __

SUMMER CLOTHING, together with few articles S. S. KNIGftT. ran alwari accctnnodated by rivic*finely notice; PER SCHR. TALLAHASSEE. alar.eand fresi I

T Tbe definition. this word two aocb asDrlltr at the Bakery and Conlt-erionarinn JrSmoa street .ct.. t'-t"UtPd Han, plain Haas Rice.i Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
..- Wholesale fc Bttail Grocer fc ProTluea Dealer and
; ** A kind of drink Drip d'Ktc, opro ite the Jvelif Room cf R. H.Berry., Flo ir. Bacon 5'&' .Lard Ar. AlUf which willbe 9"J3rs; hare on kasd tu- ]:tnitea

r/ hundred ,ears ago.; has : Cathmerettet, 3Iars lllcs, 4Le. TALLAHASSEE, flOBIDA. Tallaba. e.,Dee. lo. IS4S. 22 sold at the very Iwrest rate fcr cash cly.: THE oaace of?alr'1! fe pf Qaisiri. li tlev

.:.. used i in China made of herbs, spic 't, and Suite e1eto man.f lur..ar.d to he disposed cf for conttantlj on hxnd.acdofim for tale at a CEO H. BESTWICK. i hare obtained direct rrnet the t3i8: *i 1C't'f'f. a=d

.. otber comfortable things very comlHe ; they CASH, and CASH ONLY,at moderate profit ; and KEEPS *dr3LCe on cost, for cub. all tbe rtattd- Fresh Groceries. Corner of Monroe and Jeffersce! streets. ; they will warrant it to be a superior arJidf"4, Ve-

.' drike it warme *nd with it welcome their would cordially invite their old .Iriesds sod cc tcnrr ard article in bit line. Floors rf approved qua!. TL'sf receiTinr iron New York and New Orleans Mat 12. IS49. 19 I We nave enlarged oar stock ./ Irr *"- +ca'tt "T

t dearest guests and friends.** local! and purchase.Tallahassee. ifie*-Sosar. Cor,. Tea. Bacon Ham. Pork, J a fall and rhHce asiArtmeet rf Groceries ee..rfistinz : Tin .Manufactory. f ci es hrrereataniratsassdarepreysrrdhezt; Iten rtsi.I .

March 11, 1543. 11. Soap, Caadle*. Lard, and all similar article*-Ic- ;n part of Bacon Han*.Sides and Shoolders, j order lorartw le* in onr line, at wb5*

f PATRIOTIC WOMMKTC.Tfte eigbimen' tether with Frosts, Iritb Potatoe, Oni"p.s, Nut. Mackeral No. 1 and 2, Candles S ap,Floor.Ccfi e HAVING en ared additional workmen we are i oa the mist acctvKZiwJatiK-*. *".*s

} the Monument con. JUST r<'red from New Orleans, N tr'. fi+lear Raisins.Figs, Aoor *,and all other article uiually I Lard Tobacco. Teas Almond. Caft i,. New Or-, to 511 all orders in our line in a We hue .lM a few secnat.yet d-e t.UassstttU t. .

:;) employed un Washington Sides and Shoulders new article.) So- found in siirilaretabihfneat! lean So ar. tc.--which I ofier low fns cash. prompt Rd satisfactory Banner. All orders (from t year 1547' The* are eDer lly i. sra .a.3 *
: tril uted abe 1 lt lost. 9ICO toward it* the'cnunlrl will receive iretned'ate atteation. \ but if whole scold! be paid td: 3y. at *
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