The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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December 22, 1849
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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Semi-weekly Floridian

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THE_ FLORIDIAN &. JOURNAL Series for 185O. CALIFORNIA. the disorganizes succeeded so fir as to get a (With! a slight variation of namesthUbeautifti Experience in the Gold Region.-A.n Intel- w 4ligentyoUng

: IS PUBLUHKn EVERY "HATfRDA THE HOME JOURNAL resolution passed anulling the nominations re. hymn M appropriate to our own condition and to the friend who Las just returned from
., : I :
I. --'-- '. Con expondencc of the JV" (I. Picayune. ported by the committee, and ordering an present occasion.] California, gives his expeiiefica. in brief but
October held
31, 1849. to for a nominating commit. emphatic language. After a treafisonw voyagt -
I'AIII.NI: :" >i>AI>12K,
I TIIRRR: DoLLtn* per annum if paid in adnn'e.THREE Eds. of the Unicorn tee. !.MARTIN rARQUAK TUPPEIl.Again < round! the Cape, bo reached San Fran
Pica7p-The nrh'aJ .
AND A H ILF if paid within sijc tnontl.s.FOUR EDITED BY G. P. MORRIS AND K P. WILLIS.
without This election was held on the 29th, when through country amid I left immediately for the ,
DOLLARS, il not paid until the end ofthe}car any mail, and the last every cisco, "dig.
VOLUME} of this brilliantly: original and two steamers not having brought any, have there was over 1100 votes polled. After an Of'l luppy shores, ging" There ho was sick nearly three tmo
tl'Un"ill be / adhered to, and ANEW The great
9JT.he..a rigidly Creato's bounty
I no paper! will.. discontinued until all arrearageate FAMILY NEWSPAPER. will he issued very materially affected the heavy business animated contest between the factions, the Unstinted! plenty pours ; thq. His tent was! in the midst of dry I

|said, un1es! at the. (option 0'' the publishers Sub. 01 be. the first of with January the work ncr!from New that subscribers date, for can transactions of our city. The propiietors or old regency, or rather the first nominating Again to him r returning. sand-heaps, with the thermometer at an av. .
supplied .
acriber* will be recenvd for tliu-e months at One warding two dollars to the office of the line ofstenmers now running between committee, was sustained by a vole of two to In thankfulness we raise: erago of 112 1 dg. during t the day. Many of t

'Dollar-.i montlu at 1 50. Every older for the During the pjt-t four years THE HOME Joun.NAi Panama aid this place tire doing every thing one. The disorganizers met their defeat as Onr hearts sacrifice within of m burning.The the amateur gold! diggers were exhaustedwith l
be witht praise.
pper4aUt he cah: unlc of this!': the county order must comes through accompanied any of our has met wit h universal favor at the hands ol all rlassesol in their power (they are succeeding 'to some well as could be expected, and I believe are the had larbor. and suffering from blistered ,

roguhily authorized agents in the State.A the community and the ploprietors will spate extent) to di ive the trade of( Calforia into now willing to work in the traces nude or 0. great as i ii thy a1f;! >ry, t hamN ; others were goingabout with
1 IIl'il her exerl ions nor expense to give such increased No them. .morrnw night there i is to be Thy gurntii: doth excel iheir the
value, interest: and attractiveness to the forthcoming foie'gnccu.tries.:: merchant ]: place can amass What hymn the story I arms in slings from same caos.-
DVERTI s K>'T sWill year, as: will lender it supeiior in tveiy 1 icspcct) l 10 trade with our Atlantic Slites aiound Cape meeting of ihn unterrified democracy," What tongue the tale can tel? Finding his. recovery doubtful ifhe remained

be inserted at I the rate of One Dollar per square all the volumes that have preceded it. Besides the Horn uithout a well established: postal ar. to hear the report of the nominatingcommittcc The bound!breath of N Ir: at the mines, after paying his nurse 6-300.and

of twelve lines (or the first and fifty cent for each original productions of the editors the Foreign and :' rangement. The English merchants here, and the partisans of Mr. King will nominate Is spread beneath thy thicne. his physician 3700 more, ha was able to

t suWquent insertion. A reasonable deduction Domestic Correspondence of a large list of contributors and those trading with South America, irnmeditely after, when the contest for the And eveiy living creature reach San Francisco and embark for home.
will be made on legal notices, estate nticesyear-! (the fjiice of the European and Amriican: Magazines r. Is fed by thee alone I
1 ly >.Without alteration by persona having selections from the ino't!'t interesting pub'icj- ceive I their correspondence reg. larly by means spoils and honors serving the dear people! Just before he left that place two youngmen

reeular accounts with the office. tions of the day will frequently be given.!: Such lea.tlllf'4 of the British steamers to Panama ; but the will fairly commence. It is impossible to Rejoice for overflowing whose parents are opulent in New York

All announcement* of candidates for office FIVE as have been found to be attractive will be re- American dealer has to trade as much in the conjecture who will be the successful candi. In each abundant field ; and whom he had nflen see in fashionable cos. '
oLLARIl-innriablv in advance. No attention tamed, and new ones added. *The Belles ol our dates of the host of The Lord has blest the sowing.
out Col.
ilaik as though there were no steamers in the aspirants, except tume on Broadway, accosted him. Their i
N. The Lord has blest the \irld
will he paid to any order for announcementunless Time by P. Willis; Biicf Novels! ; piuantStoiies ; I
accompanied: with the cash. .. ;" the sparkling wit I and Amusing anecdote Pacific. John C. Fremont. He is almost the unani. The mower has mown double, rough exterior had no disguised them, that

All religion: marriage!: :and obituary notices published news and gossip of the Parisian papers! ; Per. The steamer Senator arrived on the 27th mous choice uf tho people, and I do not think The reaper doubly reapM, they were hot recognised. One of them was I..

giatuitotHly hut editorial notices for piivate sonal bki'tclies of Public character; the stirring inst., in the fine cunditi n. She brought a- any thing can defeat him unless it he log.rol And from the shining stubble driving an ox-team at $200 per month, and
benefit will be charged: a:* adn'(tiselOcnls. scenes of the city we live in ; a chronicle of the ling and swapping when tho election Her head the gleaner heapM. r.
bout ,
two hundred fifty passengers, who comes the I other, at similar wages, was carrying
news for 1 hdies ; the fashions and fashionable ant
JOB WORK. bip ; the facts= and outlines of ness! ; the pick of gos-English : universally agree information and biilliancy; the \\it. humor dations wcre.rnost excellent, and that Capt. constitution as adopted by the convention And judgment! smites no more a tender to maons.Vith sarcely
VT. well to execute Job such sore
prepred Work
as are bill*,cards blank: pamphlels,ke.,with neat. and pathos of the times ; essays (In life, literature, Itache, her master t is one of the finest sailors will be accepted by the people. Although The Araunah's God of Grace threshing pos floor eucs exception, the ot.hunter were all anxious

neu and dt'spatch.11 vvoik of llii* description, society, and from morals the wilJerne.-s and the usual variety: of careful and cleverest gentlemen that ever went to it is democratic in its tone, i is not as radical The pain of honest labor ; (to return. prevented some want of I

except for person having jeaily accounts with ChOOSIII9 literature ciiticism, poetry, will of English still continue periodical to sea. She will run for the present between as many would have: desired ; hut still it will Are shower'd from above. means many others. Some of them congratulated ,

the office, must be paid for on delivery.! enrich: these columns. (this city and Sacramento. meet with no serious objection. And neighbor j looks.on neighborIn him that he bad such a good excuse

.Is na wore copies of the fart numbfm trill be The McKim, of New Orleans, arrived in Tho trade in tho mines continues to in. happiness and love. or returning. They would willingly exchange) ,

Business (arbg &(. printed than the. dtinanJ abiiululi/y desire tcrjuiref, andas : the harbor after long voyage, and was sold crease. Our towns are all rapidly improving ; O, men of all condition, their health for his debilityIf they could only
_. -_.- the new beginning, it is gemrally tidcimilfe to subscribe begin without trtV/i with Lerjfieight list for $GOOOO. She is now our harbors still filled with shipping, The high and humbly born, reach their homes again. Disappointmentnnd -

R. H. BERRY, Auctioneer. telay. ,to avoid any appolntmtnl ill the catty and ; running between here and Sacramento. and a largo emigration is still flowing Away with with low sedition!! dejectionvere common. Scarely ono
Away lofty !scorn
tromjit rcctijit of the paper.'firms The use of steam in our bays and harbors into the country from the United States, Europe Mix kindly with each other had realized even moderate expectations.* j

SALE DAYS-WEDNESDAY'* AXD s.\'rvRu.u"s. -THE HOME JOURNAL: is published every wi give an impetus to business. Tho want ant South America. With the oxcep. For God has given to all, Journal of Commerce.
Saturday at No. 107 Fulton Mreel, New Vcik
--- communication with ion failure ufrho( mails, we are gettingon The common name of brother
quick our interior - -- -----
O1'ARTNERSI I I .-The sub-(riibers! have formS I. copies tie very for low the dollars price of,payable two dolljr.4 invariably a year in, advance.or three towns has been a great drawback on the swimmingly. All who labor arc well rewarded .And gladdens great and small. I lIme to subdue a Vicious lIorseThe lOla 1

\* vd a copartnership under the firm of BERRY and-Ihe who will be disappointed lowing fact occurred yesterday A beautiful l
Illetlers,remittances,and oftho only :
&. ROWLES, to conduct the .iuction awl Gmtl'al' commullicatious.(po!>t commerce country ; goods were frequently persons And Lnn thou that starvest
paid) to be addressed! toMORRIS of those who have California and high-spirited horse would neter allow
CotnllliuwnJusilJtu; and will give their prompt i ten days in getting from here to Sacramento i out come to : So patient on thy sod- a
attuntion to all business cntiusted to them. AND \VII.USew.Yt'lk.. or Stockton, which with will be the loafers and humbugginglOhitiCiafls. To thee to thee, this harvest: hoe to be put on his feet, or any person ta j
R. II. BERRY.J. : Our T.s come, the gift of God handle his feet without resort to
Sale steam will about six markets arc tolerably well every species
: on Monday, January 7, 1850.: occupy only or eight Cheer up t though woes thee n
J. 1tOVL.ES.Tahlubagqee oppress ;
supplied with 01 and means to control him. At
hours. every thing, except ready-made Be power
Gadsden Sheriff's Sale. diligent and true
\ November I I. IS2 19. 43:
The improvements in this town are exceeding clothing provisions, which are becoming scarce \\iththyQueen to bless thee one time he was nearly Crippled by being put

ALEX. C. MORTON, B Y office\irlueof of the a writ Clerk ol of ficii the fjcias Circuit issued; Court from lor Ihe the all calculations. One of th-. great and advancing iu prices. Seamen's wages are Her King s"31 bless thee too! in s'ocks! : he was afterward thrown down

falling and all the vessels in the harbor could and fettered : at another time one of our most
ATTOHNSV: AT LAW County of Gadsden in the Middle Circuit ol the enterprise has been the placing oftho hip the Jacksonville
I State of Fiotida wherein William Forbes is plain- Niaatic in nearly the centre of the town, by get crews at fifty dollars per month to Valparaiso Prospects of Ihe I'cninstila. experienced horse shocrs was unable to manage -
lid Commissioner of Deeds for the States of ill, and Geortre. .F. Stall 1 is defendant I have levied Mr. James Whitehead, and the firm of Ward and seamen's wages thence to Now him by the aid of as many hands as could
It is since that the of the
Tennessee Floriln and Mississippi. upon, and! will expose ft.r sale, at public outciy, to long
York. Since writing the foregoing tuo steam sounl approach. In an to shoe this horse
Merycb & Co. She attempt
the highest bidder, before the Couit House dour, in was brought over mud hammer and the saw seldom, if ever, penetraed -
f1- Ot'FIC& AT COLUMBUS GEORGIA -fjj he town of Quincy, on the first Monday in Jan- flat, by the use of water casks, a distance of er has come into port with u mail. The to that dusky corner, which by yesterday' he resisted all eflbrts, kicked aside

WILL givalaithful attention to such business as nary, 1S50.::; within legal! hours the following dcscii- some four hundred yards, without the least injury California is to leave to-morrow. The merchants call Sanctum. Cut courtesy everything but an an"i and came near killing"limsclf
be entrusted to him, in the Courtsof the bed copl" our a new spiritseems ;
property to wit: and business have against
men sent a petition finally was brought
Chattaboachee Circuit, of the I to her in any whatever. They have : to have been infused in those aroundus. .
Georgia composed The 1'W 4 i of Sec 10, in T 2, N of R 3 W., and
to the induce him detain the to his stable unshod. his
to to steam. was enl1
Counties of Muscogae, Harris Talbot Stewart and tha W i of the N I E 4 ol Sec 10, in T 1 2. N of R :3 I built a largf.; house on her, covering her whole agent A ceaseless din from houses in process : ThI
.Alanon ; and in the Counties of Kus cJl, Macou and %IV*., being I the land on which I the Mills known as deck, and fhc1 be one ofthe finest and er a day, iu order to cnabb thtO to of construction,-activity and where I lelecl ; in all other respects is gentle and
Barboui, Alabama. receive and their letters but energy >erf>ctly docile, in harness. But
Smith's Mills are situated. safest in this country. The enterprise answer as yet found listlessness and especialy
August l IS. 1 S H*. 32-fiin Levied upon} as the property of said defendant, :ando has been attended with an immense I I he has refused to comply with their request.- we once apathy,- this defect was on the eve consigning him to
faces which talk. i
be o1d to satisfy said writ of 11. a.SA1iUlL of and deal It ho should change his mind, to-morrow I were once lugubriously the plough! where he might work barefoot,
LEWIS &, AMES' : B. LOVE, Shel tr. expenditure money a great of ing of the low price of cotton-saw.mills :
will write If the does when I by accident officer in
again. steamer not mere an our serve i
but will bo '
Quincy, December S, I SJ'J.H' H. anxiety ; they handsomely: crashing away in direction, show that
re.I' every
DEALERS warded for their capital and labor, as they I wait as requested, the time occupied in getting the inertia. caused by the dependence of ice, lately returned from Mexico, Was passingand

DRUGS) MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, Kale on Monday, Januiry 7, 1850. have been offered 8150,000 for the ship as I answers to letters written in New York, and territorial has been cast off a :I being made acquainted with the difficulty

Toilet Articles, Perfumery, it., Window Class Gadsden Sheriff's Sale. she lies. Storehouses arc becoming more I now here, will be six months. So much for and that our government citizens, no longer rely on the; : applied a complete remedy by the following

PAINTKRB': : uiuTsntt.! AND COLORS BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued from the plentiful, and rents, of this kind of buildings I the steam facilities atibrded by Messrs. How. (Joveniment but on themselves. simple process.
office of the Clerk of the Ciicuit land & He took a cord about the site ofa J
Apolhrrarirs' fJlass Ware, *Vc, Court lor the are depreciating a little. The rents of hotels i Aspinwall. The happy result is evinced tho common
|Kabove| : const antly on hand: ,and for sale at the uoi-nty\ of Gill}KIcn! la the Middle/ Circuit of the keep up, and among the other fine buildings Major Garuett, of Iho Army, who camo out branch of by success bed cord, put it in the mouth ofthe horse lika ..
T Stale of Floiida, wherein Robert L. I dmonds is attending every industry.
lotvettmaiketpiices.. : with despatches to Gen. Smith returns on a bit and tied it tightly on the top of the animal's .
in the erection is '
plaintiff, and Hezekiah Smith is defendant, I have now couse one by Major Planters have accommodated themselves to
LEWIS & AMES. levied upon. and will expose (for sale, al public outcry Graham, of Harrodshury prinfp', Ky. .'l'h.> this v.catner. k 'I rA At rv ... .*,,1 ,k.. .:m<*.*. ..*,i :.*sift..i..l *.t rff'* head passing hfs lef ear under the string. "
Tallahassee November 20, I 1s47. IS _
to the highest. bidder before the Court llou.-e building is one hundred feet front, by.seventyfeet I Lieut. Ueale, of the Xavy, return with des voting their force to the production of sea island Olin paimuiij ii"in uui eiiuugu tv .<.| .1 -
door, in the town Quincy, on the 1 first Monday! in and four stories You patches by thany of 1 from ear down, and the cord in its place. This I
SiMON' TOWLE. 1It."RtANO D. PAPY deep, high. may Mexico.FREANEK. cotton, reap heavy profits cane
done he I
January, 1s50: within legal hums the following described patted the horse gently on tho side of
TOWLE & PAPY, i piopcrty' to wit t : tell Jour fneiuU i that on coming here, that fields. The >vast region of pine land alongthe hi3 head and commanded him to follow and

One negro; woman, named Rachel. when they want a comfortable hotel to stopat Great ; is stated valley of the St. Johns, totally unfit forcultivation
the horse
Attorneys nnd Counsellors! at Law I instantly obeyed, perfecly! subdued,
Levied as the of said defendant ando for the emlrlio' o
upon property they must look out Graham House. is being turned to golden account.
: in some papers squir. and as gentle and obedient as a well trained I
formed an association for the Practice : be sold to mlisfv said writ of li. Ca. !
HAVING, will attend the several Courts. of the : SAMUEL B. LOVE, Sheriff. One of the great obstacles to the growth rels have paid another, visit to that goo old Many large saw-mills aro already at work dog ; suffering his feet (to be lifted with entire

Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the District. Couit I Quincy December S, 1 ISIt). 4S ts of this city has been the difficulty ascending I Commonwealth, anJ are traversing it great and many others in process of construction. impunity, acting in respects like: an old stager.

of the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entrubtedIn the his in fcorno parts ; but this is being numbers. Even the low, marshy pine land, where the That simple string thus tied, made him at onceas i
their care will receive prompt attention. Fancy and Staple Goods. overcome by individual enterprise. Over In visited thousands tree is worthless for lumber, is affording its
1822 docile and obedient
Kentucky was by as one could desire.
83Office) 'J7J in the H4'J.Copit1.1'ebriiary 7 TilE: particular attention of the trading public is 830,000 has been tpentin the last two months, and tens thousands of these little quadrupeds!, share to the wealth of the State, in the tur. The gentleman who th-is: any furuished this exceed-

,\which to arc my being new sold Stock on ol terms Fall as and low WinterGoods as can which has been raised by subcription, for which crossed tho Ohio- river and steered du3 pentine which will, ere many years ho exported ingly simple means subduing "a very dan t

MEDICAL NOTICE. be found at any store in this city or elscw here. The grading the streets, and "IJuld San Fraycisco south. They were then little disposed to turn in immense quantities. The attention of gerous propensity, intimated that it is practiced .

block embraces cn'ry'ariel ol FANCY GOODS continue to grow as she has done for tho last.I aside from man or (og. Thousands. wore killed so many has been called to the great profit in Mexico and South America in the man
Dr. Charles T. Darby such months in shall have derived from the lumber and busi.
as two
one we turpentine
year clubs and fastenedto
O'er by guns, stones, spears agement of wild horses. Be thrs as it ho ,
ft ESPECTFULLV: announces to the public in gen- Plain and figured!\ Silks ); Cambrics, Linens, 100,000 population. long reeds. In J 1833 they made another ness. that wo hazard little in predicting that deserves the tbanks of all owners of such may hor.
eral that he has. peimanently located himself Soil ill!;, plain and figured, Laces Edging!*, Among the melancholy events we have I Florida is destined to be the successful rival of
Moulicelln Florida; and Mill be found at nil Union, Swiss and other Mu\ "lins, | Bareges, Gimps visit to the State, but in less numbers-they ses, and especially the thanks of those whoso (
Cashtneie Do Lames ( heard of lately is the death of Capt. Warner, crossed the Ohio in 1822 and pursued the North Carolina in these articles of export. business it is shoe
uoles pftlfe'1 ionally engaged.! Strict attention will Ribbon-*, Gloves &c., as to or groom the animals.
be p.&id to all professional calls. Alpacas, Lawns, ) of the Topographical Engineers, who had same course ; thousands were again killed by The pine lands; of the southern counties are A" Y.; Commercial Advertiser, Zilh inst.

May.IS14. IS with a splendid assortment. of other Fancy Goods been during the last summer in the noithern men, boys and dog*. The sport soon lost its yielding rich returns to the agriculurist.- -

tnt numerous to enumerate, principally bought at portion of California, examining the countryin interest and the unoffending hosts were per. The planters of Irio have especially Indian Difficulties/ in Forida.-We have \

G JEO.V.. UUTCHINS. the celebrated STEWART Ibis: establishment in Broadway reference to the practicability of a route milled to pursue their way. We learn that fortunate. In country alone the yield 'f seen a letter, written from Tampa Bay, which
expre'lsly:' or market. f for the railroad the this will exceed one thousand hogs. that the Indian and the
AUCTIONEER My stock also embraces a superior assortment of acroes country. they are now making a third march across the sugar year says Delegation, I

T.1LL.11L1SSEE, FI..1.KKrER BUY GOODS, withvery variety of a"tatior& As I informed you in my last we are to State. Some suppose that they follow the heads. One gentleman, Mr. JOHX H. MAD- Commissioner, who accompanied them, were I

.: TOM Goods, Groceries, Roots Shoes, Hats Cups, &,'c., ; have a warm political contest in coming elections. cholera, but in 1822 the cholera was unknownin I30X, wi himself manufacture tvto hundred, not very well received by Gen. Twiggs, who

... Sft,' unsurpasseil' by any ever before offered. i ;. We may now say the campaign is the United Slates.l obtaining crop of 7000 bushels of prefer to deal with the Florida Indians without
Call and examine. D. C. WILSON.
'. H. fairly opened, and we guarantee that no corn, and nearly one hundred bales of long the aid of native auxiliaries. The Commissioner i
FLAG,T.J. lop"o't: and J. T. ARCHER.: November 21. IS 19. 40( wi
____ Medical Ua.ce.-A late London
March 10, !1134' 10 portion of our country any times has been Singular. staple cotton. Benton an Hillsborough counties who accompanied the Indians declares

--- --- McNaught & Ormond so infested with broken, down politicians, political paper contains the report of a coroner's jury, are fast filling up with setters from Geor. that negotiation with the Indians is not en.

/. z.. HICLPtt, }{. n. 1. H. BOND, M. D. HAVE now received their fall. tock, comprising renegades and political loafers, as this in which a certaiirCharlet Thomas Pearce, gia, Alabama and the *, and promiseto tirely left to him, he will immediately return I
and well selected: assortment of all articles i- is tho time. These a Homoupathic practitioner of medicine, was become the richest
at are In that
present persons sugar growing regionin Washington. event, says the writer j
Drs. SHIELDS & BOND called for, viz
usually : the 10th nIt, committed to Newgate to an.
and who desire to live in office, grow and fatten on the Union. ofthe letter, the "Delegates," who can
Diy goods-coarse, fine, farcy, only
HWING associated of Medicine themselves, Surgery together&.C.; offer in their the Shoes, Keroejs, Linscys, Osnaburgs!, &.c., in office, without any occupation whatever.Tho .- swer to the charge of manslaughter, in causingthe Yet in the midst of all these bright pros. be managed by the Commissioner, in whom I
Blankets, Hats, nnd Hosiery, for the different offices of Gov. death Richard David Pearce his brother cloud darken the fu.
Caps confidence
services to the citizens of Quincy and the surround aspirants pects, one hangs over to they have perfect having been acquainted
ing country. Readymade Clothing, Cloaks Umbrellas, Parosols crnor, U. S. Senators and Representatives to (who had been Quincy August! 11, 1649. 31 &, and the State in. him to death The wife testified the illness and able the
Legislature, are at moment to r
I tat dware,Tinware Woodware, and Crockery Congress!, ready any destroy much in the way and serve only to embarrass

Thomas Jeff. Heir Salt, Iron, Nails Paints Oils, and Varnishes, numeiable. They arc log.rolling and swapping of her hUband-of employing a Dr. pioneer who_ ,extends. the boundaries of civili matters. I
Cu1fle'Iour, Bacon, and other Groceries, in every direction, but with what success Harris, who prescribed for him, but who was zation. T ill this obstacle is removed we can The truth seems to be, that jealousy exists ,

ATTORNEY; AND! COUNSELLOR AT LAW Together with a rat far 'ty (i L1tful. Ornamintul remain to be seen. dismissed by her husband's brother, who said exult over no success,-we can point out no between th> Commissioner and Gen. Twiggs,

WILL practice in the Ciiciit Court in each and tides,to t they respect- The Hon. T. Butler King since his arri. he had taken charge of the case. For ten brilliant future. It is for Government to say both of whom are desirous of the glory ofset- "
of the invite the attention of(
Middle Circuit and in the Su. fully purchasers, promise
which time Pearce attended him.
alI val in California has become a moderate days, during whether Florida shall bo desert valuable '* f
preme Court and United Status Dutiict. Couit a to Kell really low for cash or produce. very a or a thug this last Indian war. Tne former"
Tallahesbee.Monticcllo. McNAUGHT & ORMOMI also expect, throughoutthe I Whig, and is seeking tho office of U. S. Sen. he was forbid everything except ice-water and member ofthe Confederacy, and the latter claims that the object of his mission is to in.

January 29, 1848. 29 eason, to purchase and advance on COTTONS. ator. On no party grounds ho has a good tho medicine sent him. All nourishment can only be effected by the expulsion! of the duce (the Indiansto remove by persuasion, and
NewportFJa., Novemberio,1S49. 44 friends made of Whigs, aspiring refused him, though his wife, she testifies ear. Indians from the State.
many up the display of satisfactory and
and the )
him deceased
New Store and New Goods.T Democrats, and Treasury pap.suckers. A. neatly plead for himsol that to succeed, he must be untrammeled.
] I of his ardent "was cDntinually! cryinsj for food, complained Alive. In the I
I IE lubcriLen rented the store formerly : rnong one most supporters on no anr Alleged Burying midstop The General appears to think that he was
ATTORNEYS AT LAW is Gen. I P. A. Morse of Louisiana ; being starved to He and invention there is .
occupied by Mr. McDougal, adjoining that of! : party grounds h las aggeration sent there to send the Indians away, I
MONTICELLO, FLOIUU.Jul .\. Mr. Knight.threedoorLflow Mr. Burne "'(,and will who, by-the.bye, is a candidale for Con got worse everyday, until a regular practitioner ed circumstance which formerly excited the artem, or as his old commander secu j

?, 18-19. 27. open in a few days a Genual Stock of Goods, consisting I gress. The friends of Mr. King held a meeting was called in, and slight nourishment admin worst apprehensions ; the fact that bodies were nolus voles j"and greatly a fight to say
of Dry Goods, Silk Goods, Fancy ditto, Hats istered but he died the next medical prefers a
since in the day. The their
some few days public square, often found turned in coffins and the palaver.-IV. O. True Delta, Dec" bVA.
and Groceries
and Caps, Boots Shoes Saddlery,
A. E. MAXWELL, Clothinj. testimony on the occasion, went stronglyto
address and offered some resolu. But what
hardware, \ :which published an grave-clothei disarranged. was as
Arroawsv: : AT LAW, I they will oflcr for sale on the most reasonable terms tione. This effort, however, was a failure, confirm his death by starvation, and this ap. cribed with seeming reason, to the throes of Loss nv Undervrilnrs

WILL attend all the Couits! (If tIle Middle Cir. for ca-h or country produce. and had the effect inducing the Democra. peared to be fortified by the disclosures of a vitality, is known to be due to the agency of -In a RloTs-I.iabiilyo Insurances \

Qr-: Office over S. 1-'. Burnt}"*s Store. By close attention to buine, and the low pricesat cy to organize their party. Allowing the post-mortem examination. corruption. A gas is developed in the decay. Company to recover the value of house, occupied .
which they oiler their Goods, they hope to :
Tallahassee, Oct. 27, 1 b4'J.! 42 a share of public pationago. melt meeting of the friends of Mr. King was a "After two hous' deliberation the jury returned ed body, which mimics by its mechanical force }by Chtis. Lilly at New Orleans,which* ,

S. S. KNIGHT, BUTLER &, DENHAM. cal for tho untcrrificd Democracy ," an old a verdict manslaughter against Chas. many of tho movements of life. So powerfulis our readers will recolect. was designedly burnt

Wlioleililc & Detail N. B. They are prepared to make liberal! advanceson never responded to the orders of his Thomas Pearco, who was at once committed this gas in corpses that have lain long in during the etcit ment oflhe Presidential election .
Grocer I Provision Dealer
; COTTON,shipped to their friends in New York. officer with more promptitude than did the to newgate onthecoroner's warrant.A the water, that M. Devergic, the physician to : Judge Buchanan,ofthe fifth district court 1 I

TALLAHASSEE, FLOUIDA. October 27,184'J. 42 Democrats on this occasion. They surprised French ,Marvel.-A Curious circumstance the Morgue, at Paris, and author of a text book has decided the insurers were not liable.-

KEEPS constantly on band,and offers for sale at a The Florida Exchange. themselves and perfectly electrified the friends has just occurred in the department of; on legal medicine says, that unless secured to We have no doubt of the correctness of this I
advance for all the standard
articles in his line.oncost Flours c&I'h.of approved qualities !-. of Mr. King. the Mayenne. which vihl como under the consideration the table, they are often heaved up and thrownto decision under the general clause on the subs

-Sugars, Collees. Teas Bacon Hams Pork, T-HIS well known cltablshmelt. located at the. An address was delivered by Mr. Voor. of the tribunals. A national guard the ground. Frequently, strangers seeing ject in all fire policies, and as little that it will

Soap, Candles Lard and all similar articles-toeeth the corner of recently occupihy streets ,Drake opposite bees, and a string of resolutions, drawing the was supposed to[have died from drunkenness. the motion ofthe limbs, run to the keeper of be confirmed by the Supreme Court. At the

Raisins.r with Fruits, Irish Potatoes Onions Nuts having been Capitol recently refitted by the subsbriber, is party lines, were adopted. A committee was Twelve men and a sergeant accompanied the the Morgue, and announce with horror that a North it is the municipal government ,that i is '

found in, Figs similar, Almonds establishment and all other article.iuuahly now open for the reception of visitors. The houseis then appointed to nominate a ticket, and after boy to the grave in order to pay the last military person is alive. .1 bodies, sooner !ater, liable for losses of this kind, and the city of

Store next door above G. H. Meginnisson MOD a commodious ( a good Bar Room and some spirited speeches by the Young Democracy honors to the deceased. The coflin had generate gas in grave ; and it constantly Philadelphia has already paid! the pretty little

roe street. a fine room up be stairs accommodated with a good with Billiard private Table.rooms. the meeting adjourned in harmony, leav. been lowered into tho grave, and the usual salute twists apout tho corpse blows out the skin till sum of 250,000 for property destroyed by ri.

April 28,1849. 17 ly Good Parlies and can attentive servants ready at any and all leg all to believe it would' so continue and fired, when' at tho last discharge which it rends' with distention, and sometimes burststhe 'ots.Ve do not believe the question has ever

GEQ. H. BESTWICK hours, day or wight; and visitors may rest assuredthat place success beyond a doubt. Smooth wa. came from the" musket ofthe isrgeant groan coffin itself When"the gas explodes with been tested) as tojlhe liability of our city gov.

Wholesale every attention will be paid t them. The house (Icr often sure up mud at the bottom, and so it was heard (to proceed from the coffin.It a noise, imagination has converted into an out. ornment on such occasions.-JV. O. Com..Bul.'
Brian Grocery &Provision Dealer, will always be furnished with the best of OYSTERSand after taken and when the has been letin.
did in this il tnnce. Two nights a meeting was instantly up opened cry or groan ; gra>c reopened ;
best the market Hut
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. other articles the afords. was held to hear the report of the com- the supposed dead man rose tip, and on exam. the position of tho body confirmed the suspicion

KEEPS constantly on hand, and for bale at the Coffee always on /and. W. J. SMITH. mittce on nominations. This meeting wasa ination it was found that the sergeant hating and the laceration been aken for evidencethat .-King! Charles II once said' to

this I line ef prices Flours! for cash of bet, ill qualities.the article Sugar in, December I, J64 9. 47 4t very large one, much larger than any of I by negligence loaded his piece with hal car. the wretch had gnawed his flesh in the John blindness Milton is "Do you not think for that your

CoOee.Teas,Bacon hams Soap.Candl",Nuts,Rai; Notice. the previous' ones. After the nominations of tridge the'ball had passed through thigh frenzy of despair So many are the circumstances judgement of upon father's you having
wrtiten in defence
sin.. Lard Whiskey, and all other articlei usually Judge Burnett and Col. McDougall had been ofthe man, and thus prevented ,his premature which will constantly 1 occur to support my murder 1"!
found in similar establishments All persons want. ALL persons having claims against the estate of for Governor and Lieutenant Gov. interment As a reward for this,untntention. conclusion that is more unsubstantial than "Sir, answered the poet, "it is true I Lavahost ,
to J. lk late of Madison! County, deceased pass upon but if all calamitious
lug purchase any uf the above >\ce, :
are res- of the dissatisfied and al service the resuscitated man, who is curedof he fabric of a dream..Quarterly Review. my eyes provideR'ces
render them the some aspirants ,
l>ctfully invited to call and price them before buy. are hereby i equired to to ernor, are to considered as,
Ing el..wher : undersigned within the time specft by law. their friends commenced raising objection's. his wound, now claims damages from the b that your
Store formally occupied 'by L. & n. Grcenrg McGEIEE.Admmilrator Both parties contended strongly, with perfect sergeant for'the injury sustained.-Paris Con-\ Alpaca is now used in tho manufacture of majesty "rC.lec your royal. father
I lost his
k (.o.cnrner of Monroe and Jefferson umbrellas.
etreete. 1o\ each other but the result was that : .
to ,
),( respect "uiolc.
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c.n. .r'- ''' .t'lJlB w .. sreirsT A".J" A"' : J';' 1. California. : Georgia Legislature.
-- --- -- -- -- From
Tha U. 3. Marshalship South Florida.An
a justice' ; himself: for a circuit judge ectllaljasscc! SlorFihLi : We learn from the
p ;.. FLOUIMAN) & JOURNAL\ Ili.lhilt ) effort made lo the con. We have been I Civprcd: with the subjoinod$ papers by yesterday'smail
-, : _. _. .r- in term / j being prevent that the Legislature of Georgia has
i- Aside! from the testimony, the justice has R. D. HILTON &C. E. DYKE l firnutioi: by Ihs U. S. Senate, of Walter C. extract from letters written by a gentleman ,. ta.
I.\SIEI! : ) F.VERV:: SATUHDAV) ken from the 20th
: a recess inst. until the
\ little or no doubt of the guilt of ,the accieil1and I.PlonS AND pfloruTiS.: Maloney) as United States "Marshal; l for the I in California to'hi.i brother in this ci'y.! The I 1 lifo!

BY HILTON & DYEU, it is this -- --.--- and esteem of next monrti.u This has been occasioned
particularly: unfoituna'c' at lime .----- -- ---- -" - --- -- writer, who) is well known highly ,
J ? To whom 111! .'I'oir.rimuo' i-liouM. ba adreui.t ( Southern t District of Pldd.\. This gentleman
\hl't\\aio accused ol entertaining;unfriendly \ Saturday, December 22, 1840. Executive c J! here, left for California; !lain: in the Spring. says the MilJeilgeville! Recorder, "by them
t h -- -- hold. the office
by appointment
houd! at present '
I towaids the thai he - --- -
t ,
troops -- ----- --- -- -' of Imsin before that
-- tss and
Tcrmf-83 |'cr tmiuni. In A nu.f. fl; I olmx. Anything from: his: pon will be 'credited.Mr.ssr.3. body, the be.
not \ relied, in the usur.l way. upon adJitional T.U.LAH\CII: COTTON M tuir.r. -Dec. but I iff? course has Lt'l so
___ : lief that it would be better done
.. -- -- .1IIftI:8 by a j
:---zr evidence appearing I bcfoie the t trial I, or \ 22-Prices from 8 to 9J} cents, according ious to Southern feeling and intef'stss to tempo. .

pii: COn"a/lp. 11e1e of ths PlorMSan & Journal. upon the confrtMo: of the accused himself: range the forth the annexed statement of facts from: EnIToU3i you request, I give rary recess, and a fresh return= to its labors"'l'hme
of Cotton at
: TAMPA, TA.: : i IK.c. I 10, t 1310.Mi and committed hiii, ,. quality. Receipts cal from letters received by rno same paper, however' as,well as the Fed.
fi the 1st to tie 20th ins incluive certain citizens of Kt.l'st, addressed to the yon an extract I
IMS Depot, nun -
EwroKs The of this
!lsn. :- commulieatiol ; noenmity 1 for the oral Union, admits! that this let
step-on nartof
_ Senators from which are at liberty to publish
of the
against:t the (he magistrate 3178' 1 biles.Another. Hon. J. .Morton, ono you
No Indian news of imparinnco! has breu nCU't'r f California l fc.vrr. the Legislature i is taken more from the
--. ----- ----- benefit of f those who have the con.siIera'ioa .
i in particular: I I but he I that n inudeicr: --- '--- Florida. From the character of the g.MitlevMi
current tlie J.t week ICl'\
amonj us during :t two
O*{.! iom.lI.lnditn"! : *..1.I11IJ; )bet worn)," hat"boen turned ioo-(upon the community) !) to I European ArrivaL whose names arc attached. :to this paper, Hoping they may look I before! they I of cur federal I relations) than anything

I tliJ if i this to The Macon of the 19.h has a 1;. 1 H Jr. : else. Says the Recorder
ttxiHti I!i? Trading IwtriiiiA! tnHilary post rMab. : { disgrace ( county contraiy I .Mesfcngcr: ; a wo cannot t lor a moment hesitate to believe leap, I am yours, :
fished l teasoiubio! clu, : ion of th* law.Yours iricf the ., Hut it would be uncandid, ucre
.1 at ClwA-\ XiUah. A 11 and council it any ellal I telegraphic: dUpatch announcing arrival the statements contains. Neither will we we not to

: i ii It1ILI! stood, is to comnjfnr.e: at Choko, Xik- ; 11 lily.T'fitst of the steamer Ilibernia, with Liveipooldates i SAN FKANCISCO, Oct. 28, iS 19. say, that at least with very many of the mem.bers .

bit, nhn'jt 1 tho 15th I ins.ui: when all the !Indian ;florida;;-Sentinel.7acissa I to the 1st instant. She brings ncwsoi believe thai the Senator from West Florida I have come down from the mines to this !, ihe importance of this recess i ii chiefly

I chiefs are expected to aitt'iiJ. Tho inipiesnon : I I will disregard! them, but will prlmjtlyd: tin- place to buy provisions for the winter, as by felt in connection with our federal relations
\ and St. Harks Canal. decline of one-eighth of in Cotton.
S Kvonis: II) be, gathered we suppose liom penny hesitatingly interpose his influence to prevent this time I presume you arc aware that nothing Georgia will certainly act in relation to the

tilt: conduct u'jd convcisation of such Indians! to u appointment at the late meeting I Tiade 101t'/II'I.111; and Ralo! Ihht.;l t.Qcixcv the ratification of Mr. Maloney's nomination. ; is raised in this country, being prf rctly!! existing state of thing? ; it i is not her habit t to,

as have visited Chow! Nikluh, that Bowie"! at the head of: \%'acsa river, a committee harm en and unproln.-tive (except south of tin" act from mere temper, but with the calmness!

M'il] altnnJ this council, but that Sam Jones of hin'.ily respected an 1 intelligent gentlemen! M.vix AND FEMALI: ACADEMY. We want n(federal office-holders! among us, I lay. and: t there requiring I irrigation ) So you and circumspection deman
.. wilJ'uot.( The cordon! is probably: : cttniplotel ) proceeded last week to take the levels! ff the This intuition; will re-open on MONDAY t the with principles such as are atrilJ\d to :Mr.Maloney I will not bn surprised! that it require a \\t t I in question. She does M> now. She wilt act

1.l v liis ihno ; and, therefore, bo far as the .ct. Mariv-s a iul.! \\tti.-a rhor.", in order test t 7lh nf J.\xc.\u\ next, iu tal of the first oJanuaiy fir it i is on I this ground: I thai he is op. quantity' of imported provision* to supply the under a full view of(her responsibilities, and ,

,: f ircc :\t ihc i"losal! of the rommandiiig: General the practicability (II a i canal l !lor the I purposesr.f : as published in t the advertisement of posed.." No objection 1 is made: to his, right to multitude that have Hocked here. Provisions I of the magnitude oflh Nsupf nf h-ed. She

:. Is capublu' (jf conliuing: tha liiiiiaus to w-iter-power and i lrn.: <:pnrtntion. The com- will act under a calm and: settled conviction
aii'l have to
last t week. This school, in the hands: of I\Ir I ,. exercise discrimination in the employment: of ale now high, we pay enor.l
.!leir limits, to far: ,the .frontier is secured.! !nit! '>e couaistcd of his J:Excellency. 1 homa.DrownCol. .- mniis prices for freight and htulin: The 1 1pt of her duty-a. sense< of what affects herself *

: Tlc: iro jps] Lave 'bi-en t'mplt} l jeil(J in ,tin most 1 !John ti.; Gamble;: II o:rho.. Ilandall STJV.VAKT, Principal, has gained: :a high reputation labor, whether lute or slave, but the objection 'ice of hauling from the different landing* to and that which may affect 0Ih'r8.l1d when
arduous snivicp fince their :airival., I'oadImve \lr. G. Thornton and Messrs., Park?, an.t 1 K second to lon" of its: class in this is lo the principle he has avowed( and the mines is /from 8lo I to $30 per lOOpounk, she does act, it will be at that point of thorough .

been opened 'to and along the Indian Btc:'.iln1Jruh) and Coombs of :''''' .- or the adjoining S'ates. The number of students which! savors too INch of sympathy with our according to distance: and the weather, as after I: conviction that she has exhausted the

hue% and posts cstuhiifhcd! from Manatee to The rtCOmflOiaICC! was accurately made with: last was: 1 111.1 1 Patrons of the fanatical: enemies, for him to cnjnj the benefits the rains set in there is but little getting argument, and must: stand by her rights-coma j

In>Iim Hi\"t r. a distance: uf about 150 mil 8. the necessary inMiument and was a work of year least, about. Passage from $10 to 81!."> what will." I
of ollice at averages
; an: us
school will take noti of(he among
This, duty has boen performed with much labor, fitigue' and o\pi ure, occupying 'e oflll -
promptness on sail craft t to Sacramento and Stockton, 100 The Federal Union of the same date
such ,
all should
and alacrity ; and I like! all similar conduct, although Wednesday! Thursday, Friday: and Saturday. time fur co'innencing. the next Jeim.FLITIJIU 000 per annum. Least of : pounds of baggage; allowed. There has been

there i is no point of particular glory, dining which the committee: were forced to -- ------- man be confirmed in the possession: of his office no mail for two month past until yesterday, says :

should meet the same commendation': fiom; the camp Hit and: \va-.l; through a good 1 deal more : :: INSTITUTE.: We have been while! our Senators and:! Representative which caused great excitement. "One of the reasons for this movement,

public. It is the result that designates: the inu-1 nUl water than was: agreeable. They fa voted) with a Catalogue of the TnivU-os, (to the lower HOI< are at the seat of government Many seem to be greatly excited about embraced in Iii? resolution! and urged in debate .

jioints of glory in a military operation. From ( the about a mile auJ : half of Instruction and Students .f t the such degree and in our estimation, decidedly the
; omml'uC.t wor. Bowl < and can raise their voices Jg.iin4 thrusting California/ and no doubt are to a
; most important and controlling is, the
tho present dipoiilion i ) of the troops we must t I (' ( Waci'a river, and have, Fletcher I Institute," for 1 8-19. The school is I that nothing but the actual seeing of the GrisIv : present
the purlace of the there: him us, to the wishes of our gloomy and state affairs at Wash 1
Impc the best, rc&ults! ; and should they MICcccd ascertained (h.l water: upon contrary! I Hear will satisfy! them. 31 I y advice to all portentous
located] at Thomasville Ga. and is in flourishing
( a
'in& removing the InJi.uis, ; to the West i is thirty IZft'CtfiIr inches higher than: high whole people. who are doing anything is, Slay at home.- ington.' I

cither with or without a right they will have: water in tho St. Marks I river at Newport.The .-- I condit ion. The number; ol pupils is at We aro informed further, in reference to There is no doubt but that large fortunes The Legislature cannot hut feel the immense '.

what iSC imllt'd canal! mu.-t }be t fiom If} t.) 13 miles in the rl'Ct'ntHination 132 males responsibility that devolves upon them.
accomplished by good judges I : was ; the course of this gentleman, that he has declared been made here, but of those that have )b' en
the mobt difficult operation ever titlet taken by length! according to the route taken: and the and 57 female*. This is a flattering thus fortunate, not more than one in a hundred (Georgia; in tho momentous crisis, that i ilH U
that addition tertainlj he \ou.1! compel Judge Douglass to art hand, i is not without her influence
committee of in to
I Iforce.
ihu United Stales with the t>amc amount: of were opinion) The will of them ate of those who dig the gold. up.
beginning. slcoUllerl commence slave labor from the Custom House her sisters of the South. .
I the accomplishment of its pivat object it will discard : on They are looking
\ They conUt i of those who purchased( town
About 11 o'clock on the night of the -Silt drain an immense body!! (valuable land.. on time second Wednesday: in February' within thirty d hydrc! learn, however, that when! low at the breaking out of the with breathless anxiety to every step she

instant, a pibtol hot was heard in the streets I I The ground over which.i will pass is, we are next, and close the second Friday in Decem Judge D. (than \hrUI a man of mote genuine lever property, heavy capitalists and speculator! ?, merchants fakes. It is not too much to say, the destinies .
: told favorable to and muchof ber. of the! South and of this Union, are .
of Tampa, and soon nile, wards a soldier was i very purpose Southern devoted iff// established! and owners of craft suspended
feelings or more patriotism:
found dead close by thu ojsler house of Antonio } I the work of excavation: might be cuvcted The Fetcher. Institute! is under the patrona running on the I livers teamsters hauling! at up m her action. If she shall throw her
Castillo, the pistol: bullet having p tsed with a sera per. of the : Conference of the Methodist cannot be found) indignantly repudiates any enormous prices to the mines, some of whom influence into the scale, every State in the

fiotn the back, breaking a x lib, through the The Waciss-a river H one of the nat'iralcuriosities ForJ-South. dictation, and especially from such a siiuce.Mr. :: make from 81000 to $ljon) month per South, will stand shoulder to shoulder, In dotrrminpd .
Church per
and of the 1)'l'a i, almost peculiar: to Florida. I 11 t takes : has resistance of unjust oppression.-
) :
Jung upper part: \ot. ii ft'l1upon Juxa Jtyjicrjino, alias India Cuban its rise, like the Wakulla, in springs of tr(. Or : HALL MCALLISTKK of Then the moral power of this Southern U-
\\1ICW Esq attend to his confirmation by ihe Senate, and sack for barley to feed upon. Once in a
hirtli who is somewhat eccentric char. I Hndu'olum forming an immense: basin nion will be felt-will preserve its rights and
by! a : Savannah, has been in this city l for a day or submit in of his citizenship.Other .- while a lucky l fellow strikes a streak of luck
actor, distinguished( according to his own account j with bold, shores, from which it runs: in a S. proofs support and makes fortune but all the save, even at the last gasp, our glorious con. i

of himself for feats of this port, and i, S. 12. direction, in a deep and }broad stream, t"\ past, and i is stopping at t the Planter'sHotel. gentlemen, citizens of Key West, have rivers and a of the at mountains mining, are alive fe l'racf. But if Georgia shall falter, thE

otherwise well known hereabouts a bad char. 1 about t fourteen miles, to a swamp, where most! also gone Washington! to urge their own with gulches Indeed, t for to tell thatto moral power of the South is gone-her ener.
people. me you
acter. Upon the jury of inqucht t it was proved of it disappears through a subterranean channo Col. SIIILEY, of :the Georgian, is also in claims (for the office, and at all events to procure out on these dreary mountains and look gies are paralyzed, she will be severed into A\
\ which it is into the Gulf.This go and when too late will find the
di-charged fragments l
Inilio had ;
tut : conJed late in the
sameii1it town, and may be (mind at the Planters' Hotel. the Senatorial dismissal of the present around you, you can see roads and tracks run
river, we are confidently! and credibly assured only I protection she has received, is I
; that he had appeared] at several places! I ning in all directions from mine to mine, and
}, contains a volume! of water than incumbent. that which vultures give to Iambs, hoveringand
in the town in the course of the evening in greater Congress.-No Organization Yet. at intervals of all nations under
the Potomac James River and like all ri\'. The The see parties them."
dificient dresses! nnJ was ten as late as 0o'clock or I last Sefine says : anlislavcrymen I Heaven 10 find the best places to
i; having a similar! rise in Florida, it i is nfI Our latest advices from Washington are no traversing In this view, it is right prudence, patriotism
P. M. armed with a pi ( Then it ers have boldly l sketched the plan of theirwinter's would be credited it is ; -
tol ll-cted neither fresh later than the, 17th at which timo dig, hardly -p..t demand it that the should
no Speakerhad Legislature
one ,
wab proved that half! an hour the by drought or ,affording ,
ph.tlllt I campaign : first, the Wilmot; Proviso ; true. There is a good road the .
was fired, India was been (secreted near !, steady, uniform an1'unvarying current all the I II'cl cho ""n. On the last ballot the vote: whole lftbe Sacramento and San Joa. act with the utmost coolness and deliferation. .
1 second, the abolition ofsavery! in the Districtof length
the. itable in I Dr.) Uobeit's the lookout I year. Any conceivable: amount of water. I Let the representatives mingle! with their constituents .
\trdol stood-Winthrop 67, 67, Hugh White : Yallies and it is branch off
for some one, as he wahis hand to witness I power can be obtained by moans of this ca. : Ho'l Columbia ; third, to interdict by law the qulm only as you I ; let them wait the developments in
10, Porter 13: Morehcad U, '1'. 0, to the mines are they ,'crj'IJad. At this season
as an intimation for him to Il'a\, which nal, and it wi not only be unfailing: !but unvarying. ) Sltlll'm inter-Slate s'ave' trade ; fourth, to forbid by travellers have ol embryo at Washington.

he did, and that the same [info: was seen about: \i '. I committee, we 1 learn, are of Strong o. Mr. Stanlv has rwn his statute the employment of slices in arsenals, the routes. In California carry water is on alive many with In this connection, we respectfully suggest,

1 ) minutes after the shot was fired i opinion: that inure than ten times the waterpower name. I that before the Legislature again convene, !
( dockyards, and all oilier public establishments and back
people, a? are going as come
of can: be found here at a that the people in their several counties, meet
from pbce wheiu the soldier lay not Lrl\cl very On the 12th the House
Wednesday came: I here and lo liome. of the United Stales. But here, in our own pcrficllsati.1icl, glad get
small for consultation. Let be for
openly) ) up) the street, but stealing: his way thro1 l I :" expense.I within two votes of an election W. J. Brown, midst, we have a federal otlicer practically Wages l for labor are high, but must fall, and together party
Kice s yaiu int. Dr. KoLcit where he I Io I I The committee: are to report to the public gotten. Let its fires be extinguished upon ,the
- .lr. to into ,the kitchen to j I meeting to be held on the 8th of next month, Democrat), !, of Indiana, having: received 112 carrying out the designs of the "antislaverymen that soon. Property beats any thing ever altar of patriotism. The rights, the interests

appeared go ; was seen when : document of iderahie votes :.he number ben It) ," even before; they have had the temerityto heard of any vv here. In sight of business, of the South Let
out immediately) and as if into the II we anticipate a con& -- highest yet given are in imminent jeopardy.
(Die go j lot of about 40 80
introduce their schemes rents are by
: fcttcct. The testimony) having brought Indio! interest, and bespeak a copy early for pubi'hc any. Immediately: afier this re ut! wa; announce. iniquitous formally enormous. every Georgian see, what if he will look at it
.. .... : l:__.; ,. I to the notice of Ibo National: I.l'i lalure."c .- feet rents, without the buiMing, for the sum of
:4. .ui unuvut i.o jiftioi. \anu every j .!, an exciting; debate! arose oa a motion he nm.l ste, that if(he South now submits: tobe
presumption fa'os the belief he had his pistol j facts are certainly of great moment to !, \ wait now lo see what course the Sentinel $:joOO per month, and is a mu l-hole! filled up despoiled of her constitutional rights in the
to in the course of which j will (towards the I that. Lots smaller size 12! 20 lease:
at ,
with him,) within tIle short space of ten capitalists. I Here will bean immense and almost a.lor t'c. pursue affecting approval of by new territories, that she must submit to abolition

minutes of the bach of the dead soldier, and I unrivalled water p"WCl in the midst! of i opmcnsCI! made: of di'plicity on time part: this gentleman's nomination. I from 82:0) to 500 per month. Storage S2.oO in the District,-the enactment of laws

other individual I a ich cotton-growing region, and on a navigable of Mr. Drown, which bra him timeinJignit to $3 per barrel per month ; .hauling 82 per
no suspicion resting on any I iglit upon: KEY WEST, December) fl, IS 19. prohibiting the sale and emoval of slaves
the jury of inquest! t a verdict death I stream \\hich \\ill aflord; with flight! ion of I :ulll"m.d; $10( a cord, and miserable stuff I from State another-and
gave o by j : Southern I)(uaucrLtz. They SIRs the name Walter C. Maloncy, one lo finally to
of improvements: thirteen feet of to the at that ; lumber $275 per thousand ; eggs $2
the hand Indio. No
: sophistry i \acl had their 'Marsha! of this District will universal emancipation. Let her act now,
necessary i cast voles for bin in 01! probably soon dozen and other in Ma-
Gu; I a
consequence things proportion.
to sustain this verdict, because no jury of Ii on. and with her rights, secure in her borders
come before the Senate! for confirmation peace -
declarations nuJo of his I wej sacrifice
t'bt could have found different. I previously opposition; j ny things arc sold at times at great t ,
men and fold her
the Union
Gorcrnmcnl C edit. A New Yoik letter j deem! i it! ;proper to put: you in pOS'esMon of a I preserve -or
the I tin: : !them and( the o'\ mm 'rshLiuig
to Wihinl Proviso from c.ttiisg : ,
his storage
On the iii! Indio was attested! ) I by the thcr- in the Tennsjlvanian I corning t/ 'fact uh'chii! : : oir!: opiuiuu: renders, this appoint[ I. up j :aims, i ignobly: : yield herself! the willing and
lIT near old Tampa Hay, endeavoring; to make says : I iips. lie had been opposed in his Disliict) j, that in i I: ;gone; to the mines; but Jews are llock- ubmisMvv victim! : of oppression, and prove-by
tncnt I
\ improper: picniising! doing
There is in Wall ; ; so,
a general opinion :
: :, ing t fv-t t, ta look after these thing I
his (escape, r.nd was broughl before a justice street, I find 'cf.government securities abroad :1 to use his own words, .bj a Taylor frfc-suii- I we rn actuated by Ja II'Jliof a personal: : ;I This place Ins iiicieaed tite.fourtims! since !l: her con.luct, f that her sons having l lorgotteu

of f the peace for examination.: I It,: :t\t.Jiliol to I will decline when the news of a 82UOUO.OUUI er," and had: been held I up as the Southern or political character, but by a regatd: f.;r impcrt.ant I I was hero in August, and it keeps growing.One the lesions of their sainted sirrs, are navror-
tile which !before J "
testimony was ihejury of inij thy the heritage they have left ,them.
est, the magistrate i had the advantage! of the I government tldicil! is divulged. Such an im. I candidate." On the! lOdi, however, having: ; principles rights whch: we think! i can }hardly! hear: I for the noise of ham: *
i ha\' the meanlim somewhat \v ill be : ailed. II The state of afiairs at the seat of .
ing,5n ?,a : government
There numbers of Chinese
I pression been rnN are large
additional: testimony, if he availed himself of f i i interrogated by Wilmot as to (the! in inner .
unfavorable. cfleet, I the nmket here. The In the cnito.Iy and safe !hoepltig; !! of wrecked '
on 'I in the This is but a rough sketch is indeed portentious of the coming
j it that Indio had fccrcleJ his that 1 country.
pistol, lie in which he would constitute certain committees I'
bad admitted he struck the soldier with rake f'ie. to-day were on the ckcinc.TIl : I' property brought to the District Court of the of matters and things, but I repeat what I before I sorm.: And well may the South, against
a credit of the depreciates in case of his election, Hrown in reply United! Slates here, Mr.I Maloney%l as jlar hal, I said .
always let all who I
government are making a living remain
the and the .
same owning, testimony of a witness I whose well being the l fury Northern fanaticism
who flint discovered the that, ,imme un'l'rhi! rule.! In 1811 1, under the addressed to him the following! !letter : has t the opportunity of employing a great amount I where they are. I advise none to ensue
body, : is dirf'cteclu\\:1ke from her dream of .
of security
I Harmon I the bonds of labor. This patronage i i i. extensive
( the, pistol shot, he met Indio coming &Tyler dynasty i government WASHINGTON CITY, Dec. 10, 1310. ; here, unless to see the Grisly Hear, and have
Hatc1.afcr were hawked about MrecUorLondun : [ and in its bestowal, no Marshal has hitherto: of to throw T. B. and. prepare for the! tempest.The .
direction where the Ill DEAK plenty mosiey nw\: )
body Sin In of this date .
fWI1he lay, : answer to yours .
yl I for the xvanl: of purcha&eis) : : and had to be been so hardy: as 10'iululP. them. Mr. Maloney -- -- ---- ---
he decided there were no just I grounds for de- I will Mate that, should I be elected
has however Northern North-
sold much below soon as ,the Democrats openly that, in Islaad Another Whig paperssaysthe
par. Tire Difficulty.
'taming the accused for trial, and discharged .1 the House of Representatives, I constitute .
( the exercise of this I he .
t the credit: of the wi patronage: : will sludi.otisly Carolina Standard to be sur.
were greatly
rt power appear
him. r'tlo the Committees on the DMiict Columbia delude slave labor and Some time back, one of the American A.I
government rr\ and dm lug the whole of employ ichite the of Mr.I Toombs and other
The community here mid the : on Territories and time in I I prised at course
particularly Mr.I Pulk's administration I though i on Judiciary, labor alone. lie has not only made this open I gents in Central America, Mr. Squier, negotiated

july of inquest t, believe that this decision is foreign war, securities conducting were always a. such manner as shall) : be satisfactory: to yourself and public! avowal, but he has carried it into i i a trl"atwith Honduras, by which Ti- Southern Whigs! in demanding pledges for

not only contrary to the testimony, but aNoconlrary : several Go\'crmen cent above and had unJ] your friends. I am a representative practice to the letter. In the recent case of! Island was annexed" to the United the South from the Whig party, before they
per par purchasers gre
lo L the spirit and i intention t of the law a free State, and have: always been '
Com op. the W. Stevens'
in which would
ship Nancy for
without trmiber. But no sooner have cargo, vote :Mr. Winthrop for Speaker.-
States. On the 10th of
October Mr. Chat-
which to the accused in such cases; the pused to the c\tcl.iol slavery, and believe ,
grants the ) into than it is he paid labor lo the extent of two hundred
advantage of an examination: before a miyi.s-i already Whigs( again the decline crept This j.ower is ,natural.Whiggery I that the Federal Government; should! ba relieved I and six dollars, he refused to have a slave em- field, an Agent of the British Government, arrived They speak of Mr. Toomb's Resolution as

rate before commitment for; t trial.Ve hold; H itself the from I he n'Jlu.ihit\.slavery, where iloyed and adhered strictly to his declaration. at the Gulf of Fonesca, and immediately "ill-advised and unwise" ; and some of them
that the examination: before the is always ul'ciucnd they have the to abolishit. denounce him and his associates for
nngistrate power We ) this in other than strongly
its dead weight carries down the cannot regard any light took possession of the sasne Island, in the
folely for the benefit of the accused, because honor and public credit of the wih I urn .ours truly, that of practical abolition. Every t federal ofTicer of the British hauled daring to stand forward for Southern rights.
country.Ioolc name Queen, down the
the proceedings before the jury of W. J. '
inquest arc
BROnX.lon. in this District, those in charge of the This
in the ranks will have ono
necessarily! *'cr ;iarc' ," tin; accused having no Ih\l WII.MOT. mblic works bore, and throughout the South, I HonJuran flag, and run up that of England, Whig

(to adduce in his own dc- out for Comuterfcits.-.Vc published! The of and saluted it A good effect, no matter who may be chosen .
opportunity) any tllin. reading this letter was followed by has! an equa'' right to assume and enforce tho Superintendent was ap-
article from the Savannah last
Kcpublican : (
fence, c\ ifpreseiit, rarely or never w'ck, cautioning: the public ag-iinst new is. i the overwhelming denunciations of Southern same position ; a position which, it i is needless o'ncd; : by him, and a new order of Government Speaker. It will prove to the North that we

the cac. Therefore, the verdict of a jury of : Democratic to say, would bring an indignant: response from established. And all this can unite on the Slavery question, and it may
cannot be set asidu sue of countcl f'it; notes on the! of Char- members, and in tl>emidsl of the was done

.S J inquest( than: jurisdiction of the by crime any, :Uthortj'J les'on. One of the notes was detected at the excitement which! followed, I Hroxvn withdrewhis every We Southern believe, it be the believeit without as much as saying, By your leave, induce even the Whigs of the free States to

Agency of the flanks in this city, a few days duty, as we in their aggression We do not wonder
the subject (If the "cnljc. It is dou1Jtfulwhethlr name, and the c adjouincd. will !be the inclination l Brother Jonathan : ;
lou ( man vvi.>
the examining magistrate can discharge siuc It is oflho denomination, often dollars, Words! fail us to portray the utter disgust' I cherishes! Southern rights, in view of the troubles Mr Squier, our Minister, at once dispatcheda I I however, at the expressions of amazement

him accused by such verdict, before alt dIy detected though the, from imitation the fact: is that g.'od on, it spuriousliill ca. ; and contempt we feel fur the man who could evidently ahead of us, to prevent, if )possible messenger to Chatfield, telling him that the I which have escaped the Northern Whigs at

trial in a competent court, even if the lesliflimony female. thus the SoUl Ii.I the} appointmenl federal officers within Island of had been this movement by Mr. Toombs, for it is the first
before him is of the most opposite tnt.S the head of the figure obliterates .deliberately: attempt to deceive Tigre ceded to the United
borders whose
lure 'to that prcseiucd to the jury of inquest, the letter "A" in the word, "Chaileston: ," I His I card in I the lniol which wo will t try ti,) our CXitC course is so deadly hostileto States, and that under the circumstances, he time that Southern Whig members have bold

because it is the intention of ,the law that the whereas in the genuine Bl, the head of thefgul make for our very lice. ly and pulicly stepped over party lines, in a ;:
room in our next, is a poor apologyfor We have understood that Mr. Maloney has had no doubt that he (Chatfield) would! immediately .
.' verdict of the jury of on behalf is entirely: b low word. party Caucus, and made the rights of their
inquest sitting his deceptive ccurse. caused paper to be signed, approving his order its evacuation. ChatfielJ replied
these for the
of tho) State, and the defence of the accused plan adopted by rogues section all other considerations.
lo when the House bafiles course in this respect ; bute have enquired it is said the t paramount to
before the shall both circulation of these Hills, is the same: as I that \ wi organize, on following day, acknowledging
examining magistrate, of of our best citizens, and cannot learn We it will not be the last.
go up together to that court which has the which they have pursued for two years with all speculation. Tho Frce-soilers hold the thai many of them have it. If the receipt of our Ministers letter and declaring hope
seen such
.. ': power to declare the accused guilty or innocejil. success. They of frt raise a report of the fail balance of power, rendering tho tucwss of a has any been secretly gotten up, we pprehcnd a paper that Honduras hid no right to cede any DESTRUCTION OF TilE ALAHAMA STATE
ore of tome Georgia ( and then
: : The law does not contemplate that Ball Southern without between that it will have but little >o'lion of her territory, because first she had
t despatch parties with counterfoil South Carolina lan ucompromise weight with you, as j HOUSE.-The Macon Museum of the 15th

S rither magistrate thejury !of decide inquest' upon or the the guilt examining or in. Money, to purchase up their J.ills. In this Whigs and Democrats, totally out of tho ques it cannot speak the views of the very men not even the right to a national existence !- contains the following important intelligence:

:; '. nocencc of fat 1 but they arc directedto liundre.J.,< are alarmed, and swindled out of tion. Hy the resignation of 11 r. King of whose We address interests are assailed.Southern And, secondly l he is understood to have said, MONTGOMERY\., Dec. 15,4!J-j:'clock,

work together to advance the mcaiis of pub- good monc)'. The Hills in question aro so Georgia, time Whigs are in a minority of some whose patriotism) you and as devotion_a to Southern Senator,interests of. that she had no right to dispose of the Island P. \.-At 45 minutes past 1 o'clock to-day,

In this the before well executed as to deceive) even time most canlious three four and without the State House discovered be fire,
justice. case testimony or Demlcrtq, voles wo entertain not a tlou )t. The great of Tigre, because he (Chatfield) had intimated was to on
merchants. Macon Messenger.
the magistrate was lore complete! than before -. 4' it i li impossible for them to elect a Speaker; Whig parly can furnish hundreds of men of hR intention placing alien upon the Island. and the flames spread with such rapidity that

: the jury and reasonable suspicion only is all attempts to save the building proved unavailing -
n from their own ranks. Mr. Cobb, than whom tried patriotism and Southern feeling to fill
tufiicicnt for the Here, then, is another difficulty which, on and it burnt the ground,Jew
grounds, no only public to Good by John.-The State Government would this office. The question involved In this was to
clctire a trial but for the accused also unless no man be more acceptable to the appointmenl its face: the walls A
left New Oilcans, yesterday, for the future I is not of a local character ; and of presents a more threatening appearance ing only standing. ;

"S he fears it, or prefers the brand of murderer scene of its operations, Halon Rouge. We South, may yet be chosen, Southern Whigs its importance to the State generally we deemit than any this bungling Administrationhas ago when this building was being built, tho

1 : fixed[ to his name fur the remainder: of his would cast their votes for him. needless to plastering fell and killed sevcrallersons. It
of speak.
saw no very striking evidences public griefon yet blundered into. Unless tho Senate ,
-. days. is strange, how this fire should have
Tho of Mr.
,,t the melancholy occasion. But we did 0lIon.:; Thomas B. King has question Maloney's citizenshipwe refuse to ratify the treaty by which Tigre Island the Alabama is now in session.
S. ', Hut there arc other circumstances connected fancy that the countenances of of our resignedhis do not hero raise. Were he, in fact, a as Legislature of

;; .' 0 with this afFdir.; The justice nctlt as cor. venerable officials expressed something tome akin seat in Congress. An ejection will beheld citizen of the United States, our objection is cedod to us, or the British Government .

: : oner on the jury of inquest, signed the to urn sorrow that darkened the brow of the on the 4lh February. to supply the ,'a. would remain in full force. Of the facts stated disavows tho high-handed proceedings of its were

f. verdict which accuses him, whom be afterwards I sage Achilles, when hu turned his back up n cunc Judge Law, Savannah, is spoken herein, we will furnish affidavits, if you shall Agent, a collision seems inevitable. Ozr Messrs. Burleson and Meadows

'. found innocent, of the crime of wilful the pleasures and enjoyments of Calypso'aFairy of as) Whig candidate. Says the Macon deem them necessary ; and we call upon you, recently tried in Marion county, before Judgo

I.IS murder. Roth the coroner and jury were Isle.-New Orleans Delta. respectfully, to shield us from tho evils invol. CONSTRUCTIVE MILAGE. -Some timo Douglas of the Eastern circuit, for the assault.
acting on their OtIJI, and the justice, acting Messenger, the crisis demands mthat \vo ved in this appointment. ago, time m
Mr. John II. Madison, committed some
coroner and examining! magistrate t I had access Another Scheme.-The New York correspondent should have in Washington men ability, of Mr. Maloney has boen furnished with a copy Whittlesey, one of the Treasury officersat on trial resulted

I to the ame testimony. We think, then, that 1 of the Washington Union states lint character and coolness." of this) letter. Washington, refused to audit and allow lie the early part of the year. The \

I r 'the. discharge of Indio i i. not the result of mature there is a proposition in circulation to subset ibe I. Wo arc, very respect fully, ; accounts of the Secretary of Ibo Senate, by in a flue of$1000._ against: ". Burleson, aixU'1

., ifr judgment" ) on-'I the I I-art.o fl.I e magistrate.The a joint st.Jc capital of six to seven thousandd.lars ('c::'- Walter Savage Lander, an English Your obedient servants, : which constructivo milage had been given to months imprisonment forMeadows.S

; 4;; magistrate has stood high in thuis comutu.I purchase in Maryland, give I WM. F. ENGLISH
negroes Liberal of distinguished S Senators. The matter rumored
reputation is
; for the best principles in support of public their freedom, and take; five years indentures proposes J. B. BROWNE, i was referred by the ,_ :3- A Philadelphia paper says it
and but of these work in California that tho friends of freedom in England and Secretary of the Treasury to tho that 'Dur'bin divino of the Methodist
.. rP order! morals upon .none can to for gold. The con- S. R. MALLORY. Attorney Dr. a

wr base I this decision and. w/ cannot; account It'f1 embraces, .Attorney General Johnson a-. Amciica unite in building a JO-XC ran KogSUT1I. .. To tha lIon. JACKSON' MORTON, General, who has given an elaborate opinion ,Church' North, lindends joining 'tho t! f\C\t

:. for i in any, way, cicopt' I by)the puic, error cf 1M'' its lalrOI&. "I Senator from Florida. favor of tho allowances made. ** School_Presbyterians.I -

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A Scene iu thy EeuEt Tin; : CHAT OF AJJMS or C.Lnonr.- From ttr .Vrw York ff'e.-A/y .'tIf 'rr.- I Ponr:2U I :' Madison Kale Academy.T1J' I SalcolrCfty Lcis *,nd blhcrl&hd */< L\

\'Af21tNTN Dec. 13 1610.Mr. if av.da '.% hx1't that'It corn-jspoiidciit of the 'Washington 'Rtp.bie ; : -xerc 'MM ni 1 |tI.i| 2ilutiip will i h b.- !,--.- nird orr <.t I hi* iorTbt'ma EalrVell, Jur !r :
CulifbrnU has BY
prepaied: a coat anus: .
"says the StlCOND; MONDAY Ur JANUMt! ) Mid-le Circuit,, titling in Chancny, in and
if : JiPsi.iJbpi, OflCI a ieio. seal, (says an eu'lnn'gc paper.) liit !, is de. I iliu'te recently published a mntrc'1. : :M'XT, tiii-l.-r the siiroTJnrepdrir'e: > ant ,jret! 10!? for the Circuit Cotot (>t Leon Ouuty, the Maifer .
In'ion tint I Ilowell! Cohh be chosen Speaker. l 14)0 I leport of certain) supernatural A btly-'of nynn.-in; f&ir Stafp, who has recently of Mr. i5.i;
lie proceeded' to make tome remarks upon; tnibi'J by a ciei ijvjpondcnt #5 having; (m ihefurpgrounda have been l'rigliieniog WeMern New returned from he Mormon siMtleinr::! ;Fri>iu a knowlcd/c ol Mr. G.udcn's! cpa- the Court 1 Ifrt'-c! dooryin the city of TalUkriasseo, onI '

tLc n' oluiioi: ., ui ''be cuur&n of which lie grirly, bear, feeding upon a cluster Yoik: l from its pr< priety.which is calculated at the (7 real Sail Lake, confirms (he fctdtement, city as a T fa"cr cr"tIeri "rromeXpcrienand I tn.uluit I he t'irtt .Mwlay in January, thj Mloping ; ,

of the feaiful! animal revive the faith "of the in that Ihi- laws of the nmunily permit the men ( : >c the quarteitof (ho prest-iit >car juif clusuuw csla'e\a' : : *
said il'atlr' JSiatily, ol N. C., wanted a Dem. of grapes, emblematical most to superstitious$ ill r-f-ctiw. .
.- w-il as (ton) the mot amk and satHftctcrj t. 5rterr;' > ol I t-.S! !, rnoro or le-nhrfn
erratic lij>paker. and the most delicious luxuries of the coun Witchcraft," a' Haunted Houses," "Ghosts," to lave; as many wives as they canetippOrt: !itr.o.iai-: jf ("rmer nucres.4, the Trustees ot lu! five, ((3) in Township one ft) SontI? nrtKdi>jrefcn -

Mr. FTAM/V leplied that tlm gentleman! the is of Mi- .* H"bgoblias! ," and other mysterious' up. the yiung lieinr able to take care of live or .' -!--: unhesitatingly itccinmeiid it lo the con- (I) F> .fexcept Hie C* t half if! theN I! quarter.

\\as mistaken. HP said lie v >.nti ri1 an .Tanlztlion try. Upon right a representation" We copy a portion of the Rev. six only, and the older, twenty-live or thirty! .iiii-r.irion ol patents and guardians who rmj !b. dcsirinii &2() acres. more or less(in Madison Cunnt,) Tizi r

and. rather} tlinti it thould not tierra holding the (Jorgon Shield! in ono Lind.anda6pearinthcoihorenblemalicofiisfcpring. elation," which is sgne-l: by E. W. C.ipson, They seem to have adopted the Mahoiirnedan of placing those under their ch irge in a situ.i the East! lulf! ol S t: ir of Sec one. ((1) and East half -:
;<; : I lion i oirenng I inducrmenta: ol heal I Ii t ul ness cf I lor.iii' 1,1 N'Efjrof: t Sec twt-ive. ((12) in 'lipone (!) ',.
\\uuiil! take Democrat fir Speaker. | Auburn, and George Willis of Rochester. practice of a plurality! of wives, though they .
a >n and high moral and intellcciual; culture inferior iilh, Ujnospvpn ((1) K. sl. The Wf si half ol S .
Mr. 11 now:> claimed a majority of five fur iit" into existence as a Stale, without going Though we are very slcepiiral! in all such d
the) democratsylen, through the forms of a lcrrotial$ goveinment.Tlie ghostly matleis, yet we cannot let this wonderfiil be a question whether our laws are clastic; ; be pr<>iiared at this Academy to enter any College in .-c .tfV n. ((7) in To\vubij;) one (t) South. Jbwjeei -, r

Mr. LIVIN asked iftlicy had a mnjority why statement; ? p.iss without suggesJUfg that enough to cover a community in which polygamy I Itnltiitcd Stalis.TIIC bt (1,3)) r..t.
: tevere t< the} representation of the miner strictest attention will lx paid lo (the moral fit) arr H, more or Ics. aJjoininj TalUna fC on
the of the be attributed is however conscientious t the
phenomena pracli.sed: ,
did elect I Hu\v ili' rapping may
not a hpeaker. can
they deportment of (the students both by the Truitees and the Soul h.ncst.
minority be responsible. Mr. IJroxvn replied \ith pick and s;>ade and
that a portion of the majority was snide uj t toiling: for the precious treasure. In the middle vagabond, who cm find no better employment ( IfDeseict is admitted! as a polIga. immeiliatcicinity ol the village of Madison Court : No IIS. in otil plan ; Jfoi 13,11, 55.

Free Soilcrs who refused to act with I hem' a a river, 0:1hich: are seen steamboats, emblematical linn to bother. the living by his "supcrnatu- OTJH state, it will make odd woik with our HOUIIin or near which good bonrdirg may be obtained .and t'i, in th* rfVwfA half / the County tiiarIn ..
h'ioks.ww on most reasonable tcinn. The sehiljtirJ i and lots rCm t. 10, It. ant! 31, in the *'aw/A
the Free Soil Whigs refused lo ad wiili that of commerce. In the distance is ral visitings. statute TII will be divided into two -einni of fore month:*- 'litjitiun AN three [(3] unimproved U-t* ir the

jiary.: ; the clad of ihe Sierra Nevada and The hounds were first heard about iwo --- --- -- eicli. Thc.first session ta commence on the>cc<>rn! .,Vot Mition. l ?inir No-* ItS, 13T, and 151-[t

The q-iCRtion is whether the Whigs will snow tops : ) e.trs since, and have not yet ceased, but Extracts Irotn the minutes of Leon LoJire, No. 5, Monday in Januarynnd emlbefore the second Mri. n.oifty cf llipsw three" IotLi>i
lend the Democrats aid, \\helhur they will on the top the motto, I'uteka," ((1 have found seem to be spreading; from one place! to another I. O. O. F., December IS is-IO : day in June. Thcsecon-l lo commence on rh.e- Wilh I :,\vliowillnniteinlheir t saC t or rrlitic1
coud Monda> i in July, and end on Friday belore; the The Iu;a propcitj i* *>ltl a. the estate cf l han
continue to MOI.! |! it,) applicable eilher to the miner as MICCC. and) gradually eli imning I ilie atifiilion llrtohtd. That Ihethaiiks of ihU Lode !b> returned -
secoiul Monday in .DVrciabcr, thin ailowiiig u short C;. SVatc>, -cca>vtl, lor partition and distribution
Mr. UiTLrK, >f Pa., proposed that iho attends his labors, or the slianger, as he set- ; of I the! ptib'ic' mind. When first heard, i heyvcI.e tothe Ladu-s who so kindly JSsi-iii-d m in l the! vacaiiur at the end ot each sfsit Student \\ill! among the i.eir
{j're.trtt ioi ; for onr I Lite Cclfhi.iiion l j and I that I thi*
Culil hu that the inaiiiie.Med by a simple hollow-bounding!! be tu half the tuition for a session in Thf of itaJe one fifth, of the flTCLiW
name of Mr. btricken out ; ties down in the valley ofthe country, or to 1t!iooluiiim t IK- pubhahvi! in 1 the Kloriditi., Journal." roijuired pj> : t/nni are
Home proceed to a vote, and the Speaker !)< rap; upon the floor ol'n house. This rappinir AMrsl. M D. I'APV, SiTret.rv.: a'Jance, and" the u-ifacce at ihe end of the so io.i.KATES money' i.i ('.n/*,the remainder in fi* rr/p/a/en/iwaj
the ; as he tees a Sj.te* admitted at taiitent.i interest at six cent payable
politician ,
/u bearing ptr
uiiti iit.ed iiiht l I and
made: of'ihe gentleman having the highest w.i S cveiy i : 'r a longtime: OF TUITION. advance secured in obligation
number of \otps, or next to the highest. once without any prc\iou$ legislation.Vnnttoxx. finally commenced in I the day time. It was Receipts of Cotton Orthography, Rva-ing! and Penmanship per annually if payment in of any instalment delayed, it shall'Mr

Mr. Tnosrrsox, of i\t., adrorated his resolution at liii-t entirely iinhitcl'igibiu to the iuhabi- At the Rail lload Depot troia the l.-t of December csson, 3 GO interest at fM prr cent i nut paid : and ll e7i -

to tote liy l>;dlot.JIr. .-This old federal stronghold is I lanJs of t the bouse. I lo I I the 2'lh) i ii.rlu.-ivc : Arithmetic I Geography, K; tlii! Grammar, >Krt cm; ui its discretion, order a re-sale, at the

\ CAKJT.I:, of Ohio, rfiered an amend awake on the subject of reform. An election At length a little girl said Now do as I Ido I'ii&t l leak, I nn I l Inlet.Sroi AlcUr 1 lli-ilurj 1 ,Goziir, Conpo.-.itiin: },, ar.ij atulSphsi Elocuticn ical),Tri- 12 01) ri-kof I'm O-l? ds purchaser notice.,upon Purchaser any default* to i pav>f pajmer.f for titledeeds. ,-
racnt, that any onvha f.hall} 1 be Speaker, was recently held for delegates to a Cons'.ilutional and mapped her finger three times.Slio .- \M-ck, t( ;! onoir.ctry, Mctiaurjtion ol Surfaces, do of BKNJ. F. WIIITNER.

hhall be diveMed ofthe power lo appoint the Convention, and we sec it staled that was answered by three rip: On repealing Third wtik, i 1u71' Solid, Surveying, Na\ig.ition, Conic Svc- Decemher 1. 1 10.17 Master Chancery. .

District of Columbia and Territorial Committees it she found t hat it invariably ic tea- I lions, DitlcrentHl and Inliral C lcubs,
there is a majority of some 150 Democrats iu 317S Natural aul; Mural 1'huI'py, Astronomy, Plantation Rent.
ted the iitnnber she made herself. Another
and that: the same bo made by a vote! of T.1IahaeeDcc. 21?, 1I9. Ckttni-t Mi! (Jeoh
it. This is The. ry, ttotany. ner.ilgy y, ,J'i1V. subscriber will l let for the ew'iiin year liJ
the House. by no means singular. tame person: said, Nut count ten, and it was .Wt Rhetoric I.tic, Elcineuta .l f Critiri, VNTATION the Octlh River." adjoin-

Mr. MiMtti: expressed his nnxicty to elect thing occurred in Kentucky, as decided a lone. Now count the age of (one of TIIK rOLLOVVLNGA. Natural Tbeiddgy, Evidences of ChrTsti- i ii :: that t John G. vgf near Anderson Esq.,1n JefiVr--

a Speaker, but if afu-r the organization, piopositions Whig ytatc as Vermont. A cotcmporaiy pertinently the children.) It was done cunv.ctly. Another CVZCIN( i1tr'ritt, ai.ityand Political Eco: om\, Ifi Qf> skin County. Th-re are aboot 115 acre ol well
hied with like As it b". ." The Ancient Laiij.ju.ijje: *, 'M OUR. umler fence all ot excellent
were to be introduced to abolish! slavery was success. TO THKr.FFICACV cleared hammock l. il ,

in the District of Columbia, or to prohibit remaiks : gan to display; signs of intelligence! i the fami'y' : OF DI! COUnFrTI'S Hlfilll.Y{! COXCEN'THATIID U" PARRAMORE. Prcsitect.AV. quhityaini) nol Much rnwitha a good Gin Hou-e.,'

fcUrery in the territories, he trusted in \\ by are Democrats) always elected to heroine alarmed! ; and Ihe I females all left the I : SVIIUP OF SARSAFARI1.LA, A. IRlNSON, Ctitfim Overseer Screw and >rp and rrnc3.tniiable Duelling houses for

Hod his eyes had already rested on the last teform Constitutions or to revise fundamental hou e at night.! The neighbois were called (torn C. C. I'. M'KKJy, Esq., (for many years a partner J. HUNTING: I. irutecs. For terms, apply to the ftf>scril>er, or to hi* over--
Speaker ol the! House. laws ? 1 Is it because the people, on such occasions in but there was no cessation of the sonni in.amlMJijerinlcndentof, I he old *' birkinstii Printing S. J'. THOMAS, f err at the iMmont plantation.;
bark (.ldice,"ant uo-.v sole proprietor of I Ihevino.isSJZRl'lWG 1). H. MAYS, j
Mr. HOOT* made a few humorous remarks I perceive the i impoilance ofgoing : The excitement became intense, and _at one : December > THOMAS I tND.LL.Tatlalrqee .
2 IS IX 5y
to lirit principle?, and of employing men $to do time it is said ) ESPECIAL A'OTIL E! Depmber S, 1S19. 41 3t
300 .
in the coarse of which! he taid he would not I nearly or quite persons 1.'r,73 .
their woik who hold( t these principles ? Fed. assembled to discover fioi wh- the sounds HOSTO.V, Feb. 10, li3.! -- --
fsr who : lice The
vote any person was not competent C. liriulcj &.Co. : Quincy Male and Female For Rent,
eralism, here and there, be endured in a
appoint the committees. may proceeded. The house: was thoroughly examined Oenflfmrn 1 chprrtully accord my testimony ACADEMY 'T MP* Dwi-Hing llomeat present occupied

Mr. Drcn, of X. Y., gaid he would vole for calm ; but \\hen tIc storm is up, it takes the horn garret to cellar, but while th'1 to the beneficial ellcct* f.f Dr. Corbet fs Shaker Sursapartllj. Y\/"ILL/ re-open >n MONDAY, Jananry 7. ISSO. JL by Mrs. P. A. Haward. Tie lhttr

any one but a disunion! lo occupy I the chair, old! Tiuxtons of Democracy to naiigate the sounds coiiliiiued, no one ever discovered the .S eve, ii months since, I wa-tafllicfed with V f This tilution; has, toy the last five vear _! new and cotnmodion There is a good'ble.

and beinjr nuked who s1 ip." opt)! ttor. At length it was discovered that a dcranjretnrut of the Dipreslivc Fnnrtioris, raiwinu' been under the superintendence ol the stib-rribc-r, Cistern on I-premi *-: and a Stan P ocsslott.
was one pointed
upon I Inflammation; Constipation, I Dizziness: and! a constant and its continued and incre.i.-irc pr(>>pcnfy during ivo,; > the fir-.f of Jatin.-ry.
to Mr. Meade of Virginia. A Ct'KIOSlTV IX Co.HMEKClAL TlIAXSACTIOXS. every lime n questionvaspnlihut requited pnin in the m.ich: and bowels.! Ihi' }period, i is a 3'illicict.t! gu-.raitee: ol its permanency Ioeprb-rl.ictt.! -17 At _ _
Mr. M.! repelled the charge, when Mr. an ulhi mauve, a rap was heard-for a KCga- My t regiibr physician preycribd s'jch rcinedias ,and of estimation \vhicn it i is hehlb\ the I
.-The I'hiladtflplia Bulletin of the 7th live he l would i.bvir.te the Hut In Equity.---Jefferson Circuit Court
Duer called him a liar. A scene of great -no sound. iipposc< ditliculty. they community. During the scholastic year whirl! has

excitement ensued. Meade 1 rushed 1rwa idlo ins!. says : Tho question) was put Are you a spirit !T1 did no msteiial gootl. Being personally aci1iintt.d ju't rifled, it has numbered ii* teachers and one Cxicuter of Ji hn U'iltiauis Lea, *
\yifh several ol the metijeal and other ;--ntlcinen hundred and (loity-one students. More than lK)0! ) M. *
attack Mr. Dunr, but was prevented by the "A letter from Liverpool, d-iled Nov. lOlh, The I answer was by rapping-ihreo r.ips.I who have rc..iinsiidd the Shaker Sarsapaiilia lorcHe have been expended in the pircha rf Apparatus J. R. Cannon, and other '

i interposition of tore ral members. received iu this city by the last tteamer, has I 3' I this means they found t hat it purported tobo : < similar to my own, and [placing confidence in a Library, ChrinicaU, &c. for the ue of tie! ---chool A LL persons ha ins rliima i. ain-t the estate of

When the confusion had sorncvi hat subsided heeii show ii to ns, hich mentions the extra the spirit of a man. Many; expedients their ja.i inent and integrity I concluded to try a Surveying is taught with the chain and compass ZV itn \VilliainLea.. late of U'skuIIa County,-

Mr. hluer arose and apologized fur the ordinaiy fact of ihc bale of) a lot of cotton! thiilytuo were restored lo by which to find out the bottle lit two It acted to a ch.irm girinsj itniiiftilate Students in Geology and Mine'aloxy have access toan deceased, are lierehy notified to present the same before
of the whose relief, ami producing jn three or fi-nr days the extensive cabinet of minerals,containing ?ptcimrns me, at the Court Hume in Tallaha-we on or'
violence of his language. years o'J' which has been lying all this name man spirit was linking: tiNt rejul'ir, natural atid eaY evacuation 1 hare ex- !iron various parts ol t. the woiltl. Those font before the I.Oth of January. 1 ISZCP, with evidence to-

Mr. McLx.tx then moved; that ths House time, in u ware-house ia that city. The letter I thews manifestations. At t length a stranger t>eiienc4.d fur two months. I believe that a turlhcrii of reading, hare the advap.ta. ol t a well selected tabUh the same,as I shall then proceed to report

piocced to vote. saj-s : ahiid, If I will call the Alphabet, beginning of the ai tide! only l.tighten my estimation Library, containing, among other valuable! work, upon the claims again$ aid estate, the validity,

Mr. Tuouns. of(leorgia, avowed himself a 40U( bales of Cotton are no\v on jule, the with A, will you rap when 1 come to the first of its value. Your*, veiv truly, nuM of the tand ird authors in history. The classes amountand priority, if any, of each claim, in order
C./C. P. MOODY. in Natural Piiiln-iopliy and Chemistry, are adn.itt d to a (nil and final uistribotion of the remaining asset
letter of hi ? The afliriiritne.
disiiniotmt if the of the tlavery name
: present agitation i iPtnainder of a lot of J500 bales pun-based iu1S17. answer was "- ::3EDU'D.. CRINLEY fc CO Sole 1'ioprietors. to the manipulations of the laboratory, uud allowed *of the estate, upon the coming in ol the report
question continue I, and he hoped it would IOU bales were sold! jeslerd y at Of d. He then commenced: A, I II;, C, For sale by them in any q
continue until the matter was fettled satisfactorily They originally cost 17d p"- pound, and it is when be came lo C. iheie was a rap. A- Agents in the United St IPS and CanaJu the teacher. N similar Institution in the Soutl EEXJ.: 1VUITXEK..

for ibe South. He was loudly ap; lau. estimated that the loss from beginning, to end :iiain he went on, and it rapped at I H. and in LEWIS & AMES, affords great r ndvanlayes lostodontsot either s.r'-, Master in Chinc ry.
Sle ; f l'al taha.WP. for acquiring a thfrou b, aca iemcal ediii-alion. remher IS, tct..t Sentinel .
ded liy Southern member that he spelled out.I he name of Chat lesItstiic. copy.Turk's
is about 10,000, or say i'<:uul here to about Competent and lit itiit Teachers ed the __
are empl.b in
Messrs. Baker den-eland! Schenck and As }before st-tried: thrse soim.Js hare >
i $;!uo 000. Masonic Notice.fXJ Departments, and no txf-rtions will be want Island Salt.
jUcClertiand expressed their views, in favor < f 4 I I his :TacJfchows the cxtiaordiinrv III i ro iesst from th .1 tiiii-! been head, in various families: ins: to render the Institution wc-rthy of aconfinnancenl BUSHELS for sale by

the irnioti of the Ktates ; and also serted of the cotton trade during the past/ thirty! <- or in that place and the ciies; of Auburn and The Giaiui Annual Comniuulcatlon of I the t the liberal pitronageit has hitherto received 5OO BETTOX &, HIGC3.Dtccraber .
(Iiaiid Lmi. of Florida will be held in the Masonic Coard, including washing, be obtained, either
the OoubHitttionarity of the Wilmot IVoviso. farly; years ; the price ol'this staple in I Itil7 Rochester and various places in the co'intry. i e may S, 1 IS 10. 43lwProSlavery
with the teachers in several
folltiwcd) Messrs. Colcock Steilaras : Although confined to this rappin sound the fl.tll, jii the city of Tallahassee, on Monday, the 1 tth cr res.n-ctabl Ijrftiik-s
They \vere by been 17d while! ,
having per pound, now a tre- in the town, at prices varying from 7 to 6l(> per Mules !
| Wallace and Ililliard on lh<5 oj j>o-iiie j I mentions excitement i is created if the price mode communication has gradually 5m]>roed \-- day of Jann-iry, !lS.a. Officers and Ilcpreseutatives month. For farther particulars, see printed catalogue

ale. reacLc Ggd or Gd| per pound." so that many very curious as'oiiihing j.Cnlences (.1 i .Subordinate! ? Lodges thereof v.ill lake notice, ir.d which may be obtained bv application to fPrJlfE undersigned his triendj heicby in Leon no-

have been spelled by the use of the govern thenselves accordingly. A lull representation N. I H I STEWART, Principal. ,
JHlt'rson and Madison
ciocou-A: proposition is before the Quincy, December !.", 1S-I& 4 J 4t -. : Conn-
Caw of I'.ttatoCriy 1'oThirc.-The Ilock- Alphabet. It no longer purports to be the from the Subordinate Lodges i is particularly de ,. -, ...-. .' tie*, (that he will be in Florida
L4'hh1ur.c Gcorgia, now in session, lo ex- spitit of one man! or person, but when andi. sired. J. B. TAYLOfi.Gravl about the first day oi January
villeMd.( ) Journal I thinks i t hat the failure of Daguerreotype Miniatures.J. .
1kJ] the 1ce blades ("rom the limits of tbe Slate. vidual makes: I ihu inquiry "who i is it that Stcrtlary G. I. Fla. ISZP). with a lot of sixty cr seventy
I the po'-ato crop; in I thit} county was not attribulablc MULES. He will vi>',;
The urejxjsal is denounced by tevcral of the wishes lo communicate; will me." they will M. fP.tUIIING *;..
wholly to long Summer drought. In connection tvith the above, the undersized _
Jeadfn ; pipers t at inhuman and rcvuUii.'flit .- Jt says : generally yet the name of some friend or rel. Committee for that Jackson WOULD respectfully cive notice ta the Indies :'hid jut ntt : jn opportuailv for in-ikinzjjnod bargains.
alive-a mother, father, bister or l wIr! > anpointetl pnrpo-e by of Tullahn* ee and riciiity, JOHN W. TOMPK1N.I '
Odumbus TJWICA sayi : We have been at some pains to ascertain has from visible existence. Maav ?.O. A, auro'1rt! Iii t.t I'.t.-... ,. t,._t u. u ;-T.. ,n n* in n'ol-t-V Riiildsn"; over I TVrembcr 1,1513. 47 4t -
"The the innocent objects from those who have used 2U3"f> on their po- passed the State, that on the Thursday following the uietliii MWH. Dull & Pratcritii' Store, where he will ; consequences to person hare made the liial: and have had j shoit; I I time i and solicits I tin.atterttior. and palron3ge Tax Collector's Sale.
tatoes the (1 its and the
nrinxir application there will be ,
of the rand Lod e, a procession
til this vindictive and Draco-like
legislaluiu. out to them of their friends of lho who wcaU like likeness of themselves
nnmes spelled unknown 'e a

j ; irtue of the vested in law I
results J find thai the best and v authority ine by ,
would be Mjipaliijig. It wouH be alike1 an largest yiel-J anI public installation of offjrcrscf t IheGrand LodT', and friends. BY
to any persons ;piet-ent. Strangers: : have levied upon, and will expose for sale, before
cruel and | was ni le when the potato in the drill was and an by brother R. Jl. HILTON, followed Miniatures executed in all weat! cr.
cowardly to adopt fcuch a policy.J .- hive: tried the experiment anl! had their the Court Hou ,e door, in Madison, on the fim
Stales the ihe habitable! the! guano (firfct in the drill, then a her of any person present invite the Brethren of sister Lodges in the amine !hi> specimens or so nwlt thereof as wilt satisfy the Taxes duether.on
ai only place ou! knew it or where they came from. December 15, 154!). -19 tf
(;Mube, w-faere. th ca dtion ofthe A.tican earth, and then the ;potatoes on top. Tim The co.n-nunieation adds that three er fonrdifi State and adjoining Counties of Georgia, to come I TheNE.iSecIlT1ItiNaDdE for the tear ISIO! to : ; theS\T4

liic approaches to cociiyrt and well being.In .- alicrjmodc; was, we believe, the mot general !rcnt conniiHee; >, composed ofthe m ,sl inlelligi'iit up in the spirit of Masonry, and unite with us in Teacher's Situation Wanted.A SecGT t J U 7, N and E., belonging to George AMcIrc.

Africa, t.Uey we savages, zuid tho! victims of. and in no insl.nice has even a lolc.Kib1!; crop and scientitij: men of Il-ic'iester, the celebration! and pii take of the iii'.jlitics: of YOUNG GENTLEMAN from Virginia, who .

ravages.Ja been made, whereas, !by the former, notwithstanding have ; ff.metinif: in investigating the the Urclhrenol Jac'.csjn Lodge, without any further has been intimately connected with three different JOHN 1C. PATTERSON,
speli mystery -
the tiupropiuousnesiof the season, iu and has in teachin Tas Collector forMadidon County.
Colleges, some experience -
ijjc fi-ec' Stales hunted like foraal invitation.
they are without able to account for the
being rap December I 1. IS W- 47 Cm ,
instance has there been failure. would be pleaded to obtain situation Principal
a as
no a ?
wild boabU from iho face of civi5zc!
tlc iiHttn'.s (11 f poverty, degradation and with the following! irritation of the bum;) of J. K. TAVLUU, M.M. C.KCMANV, some! healthy section
ivretcljedness. I Here I oiilhe contrary, whelhw Opening /Tie Oyster.-Oir: leaders are all wonder" :-' j. s. JUST, CommiUce, iyr.fjrj I... h.ii icelo! Florida. E HULL, having made arrar

bond or lre they ate a happy, well-fed, no doubt lamilljar wih the anecdote in law Oi Friday evening, after the lecture three Papers friendly to the cause are requested to lifters ti Dr. MILKS NSH. Tallaha vp, .. V I menu at the North f'r Bug'sk
(Jen. UM. H\ILKV! Monticello, rind Carriages of a szpert'qua.'ifw.vlUitceive .
MYli.cioiiu>(f. orderly and cool coted race.TJieJrcoiidition .- ; proceedings lint the lawyers and ofliciaN of the Committee, viz.. Hon. A. 1 P. Hascall, ropv. Rev.V.M.. CHOICE. Newnansville- a supply by every vessel, and oilrr

is belter than it i is, or over hat 1 tOok the oysters and gave the clients each aLc1l. I 1). C. :McCnllutn and William Fisher, repaireJto IJQA rrtuJ toivocation) ot the Grand Kal December 15, I MO.19 71* I low. I Ir cash. The Carriage Repository will b ,a _
been where else. I J We Link the following: recent casein Huildin .
aoy very thing proves the IIO-JMJ of a citizen and pursued their Arch Chapter of the Slate c-t Florida, will be held Hart'tit's Brick
ihis fact-their appearance, their bchaiior, one of our com is is about as strong a one investigations farther. There were nearly a Butler & Denham As"! at the old stand next door ro Hopkin Sc
in in the Masonic Hall, in the city of Tallahassee, on Mejiniiihe will keep constantly on hand Sculel'tt,
-and that hilaliiblr teit ol minds at .eae and point as has for some time co-ne to our of The members of received and opened a full and complete
persons present. Monjav, the 22>t thy oi January, 1SJ.. HAVE Bridles,.Martingales.Harness anil Carriage Tn&imins -
kiio .
todies well provided for-their increase. Let edte. Tho original amount ol ji.lje.ment ; the Committee wrote of Goodsparticularly adapted! to a Southern
i m my questions on piper J. 15. TAYLOR, *of ill kiil'li. Trunks, Ccrrpet East .
it tlill be the boast of the South was 633 :.8: the costs 33: 40.( Kxe- market, and ctfer it on most reasonable terms
( that it is the ; which no pcr on present know the purport Fla. jO?, Hniny'. kint,and all I ether Goodj as :jlIv -
only and the b 'Kt ay1um on the eaitb for ihn I culion was issued and seizin e made of timber, of and they! were answered correctly.At .- C.ran'l Secretary (; R..1. C. for Our cash entire or approved stock hiving credit.been purcharcl with ca-h, found in a furii.-hin store of this description.

African race, and while would I plank! tools a piudent policy times! they asked menially and would receive Co-Partnership. we flatter ourselves we can offer gotids at urh rates

indicate measures to prevent an increase from weie, fc.>ld by the fclierifT, and produced i19 50. the answers wiih, eq'iul correctness, and ilT: subscribers havi'i as'ociiled: t ltrnseIves: toJ. a! will please those who will favor us with their Just Received, V

abroad of Jreo black pollution Jet not The thetiflVcosts on the sale for advertising, satisfied there LiNE OF KFS1NESS patronage.We .
us by they were fully t taat was something &iher in the APOTHECARY TER Brig Emeline from New Yorlc.acd Srif7JL
will continue receive artival from
to by per
cruelty to those now here, give point and provocation Morage, .Vc. ; were 117 79, leaving AIM I present manifesting r.n intelligence beyond under the liria cf t NASH &. TAYLOR, rcspecl New York and New Orleans sucli every aoods! as are usually Tallahassee front New Orleans, f
minus 93M) besides the debt and fully solicit the ia r of the citizens .f -fno
patr gene
to the original
anti-slavery feeling abroad: ; the persons visible. wanted in this market. Among our silk goods l)(uN Kentucky Hapuing, .
and make $ cods and the ShcrilFs final is made rally. 'I hey have ordered and are expecting in a 10 do. '
an open confession of our own cowardly leiurn ME1J1CLNC &c. will be found- b.tlesGunny V *
ol '
fears. For at least, cowardice is the no other property fljund after due d'Mni'id: of few days, a general assortment intend sell but Fancy Sackand Viites of the latest sljle, 50' coils Jute Rope, V >
If the beet Duality. Tlu-j to none
Thus the miller stands at piesent, and ( Fancy Silks in Dress Patterns, Trf do. Kentucky Rope, -V
all the Who would not law ?
pirti-s. to
mly plausible pica that can be urged in favor go such as are go&l. .
Hlack r>!.) keg Cuck\\heatt
.Y. O. bulletin. whether it is only a rcmaikable phenomena Their is the Court House, on Monroe
of the measutc. We look upon :he pruposi. -- store opposite Worked Caps, Silk Shawls. Eial-roi.Icred do. lit do. Gosheii Butler,
lion mall Us forms as revolting' unmanly and that will pass away with the present generation, street, adjoining the Put Oll're.MILES Thue Silk-;, !Rcrages, and uthc'r articles of fashionable 25 boxe family Cheese,

abominable." Awful E.vp1usioz.1'he 1'hi i hdeau i Minerva or with the persons who seem now to bo llu XASII, dres (Jood*. IIH') kes NaiI-, -1, 5, C, S, 10, 12. CO. -

: A lady of this vicinity, who medium of this extraordinary comrnuisic thou ; J UN I US L. TAYLOR. Of Hoots and Shoesa com plele assort ment, including For sale by JJ. F. BUJUCKJf. _
says .oing December, Is;ID. 50_ _ November 17, 1SIO.1 43A 7"For
A loop Km:.-The Richmond! Whig, like General; Jackson; at the battle ol New Orleans or whether it be the commencement of a new children's,bin's, men's, and ladio. V

5n its notice to correfpondents, itncits the folJowing was in the habit making: use of cotton era spiritual influx into (ho world it is certainly On Consignment. Also-41 1:1! coils bales Kentuckv Gunnv Cloth Rope., Sale at a Bargain.

rule breastwoikc, met with a most fearful accident something: worthy the attention of man Ct BARRELS FLOUR.25'J'J December 15, IS 19. 4'J 3t PAIR ct family HORSES.-younar :m" _
: a few days From all the particulars that of candor and philosophy. I UM. Hams! Middling! and Shoulders. gentif-will be sold at a iwrgurt, if

*' Articles written on both sides of the paper have been learn it that instead ALSO-.JOM) bushel.superior Wcbtirn Odt, rT HE subscribers have just received per brig J. ___ applied for soon, together with c 3Kiiartatnily
will not be published. This is a iue of we lo appears Jepiis nf the Ocean.-Captain James Ross I JO bbls. Syrup; and Molass-'s, .L G. Anderson;" boxes Raisins and Currants Carriage nearly new. Apply at this Cfcr.

long standing, ought to be known to all, and of using the common ginned cotton, she found 15,000 feet, west of Cape Good Hope. 10 Apple UEKRY Hrandy& ,RO'.VLE"" Old Isaih., ((lre>h fruit,) Almonds Butter Crackers, Havana Cigars November 17, 1SII. 45:
accident of
will in no case be departed from." by employed; a quantity "gun cot. which is the height off.! Hlanc, and he soundcd Aurtionerrs and Commission Merchants. of various biands. for Sale
Lou, which, after remuining cir some time in LUTLER &. DCN1IAM. Buggy
The rule is a good one, as all editors know contact with her body ignited and exploded, with the plummet 23.-100 feet, or 27,000 December 2. l 1L__ 00 December 15, 15 ls>. 4') 3t BY MILLER & BROKAW. .
I I'nglish: feet without touching bottnm. west of
from experience. \Vc have been frequently! shivering to pieces a splendid new bonnet.We .- St.:; Helena. Dr.) Young assigns to the Allan-t Fruits, &c. Attachment.Li rpHEY have jnt received, aacJ
however tint she. received ORANGES, t : keep on hand a few good Jrt4V
Iccjpted to decline the publication of articles are happy to say. -
] serious If further tic a depth of a league ; lint is 13,100: feet, RAISIN I LEMONS, Justices Court, Second Distiici, Leon County.Chailcs _:_ _: _.G YS.,which they wihisehl low lox aiitiveiibr ?.
no bodily injury.
because of ihe violation of all reason in writing any and to the Pacific Ocean a league and a third, A1TLES. UNIONS, T. Darby, ) \ 17, 1S41>. 4'Reccivingfrom
paiticnlais come to hand, we shall not fail to I 1 ll I POTATOES Amount cf Debt
on both side ofthe And another! or about lSOOOfect. IKI rs. > ,$50 00.
paper. give them to our readers. The greatest ex.cilement Ccitain inland like the Met'ifcrranenn' MACKEREL in lull tarrvl l" and kilts, Thn-Ueus D. Van Horn. ) New York .V
grievous (at least to the printer,) fault of many pervades the whole community.-..TV.O. seas, riCKLKD HEE' TONGUES, ri 1HE defendant and all others interested ore here- Friz F.melme, a large assortment of Ja:>oae correspondents, which might be mentioned Courier. and C.irribbean, have greater depths: I than Just received and for salf bv J. by notified ol the commencement of this suit PER fancy articles ol Tin-ware, embraciu ai.t
would be expected from their proximity to the JOHN McDOUGALL. by attachment, returnable to a Justice's Court to beheld ot the articles m our lino. Also on hand, aV1

is this-uitcrlliiing their composition, and in land ; and seem to bo sunken; basins, i lite De-comber 2-2, IS 19. SO at Tallahassee on the 15th day of Ftbiuary, A. Empire's Patent Cooking Sto7# Air-ffsM<", f'.V-

lhat condition Bending them ofT leaving the Tcnzzessrc.-'I'lie General Assembly of firm of which is connected with the volcanic! Notice. D. tS50anl to appear and plead lo the same. tage Stoves for pailor*, Patent Pn'mps Sugai.i
Tennessee has protested against the prelens. Given under my hand and seal, (this 13th day of ptrs and Skimmers of different sizes, and a
editor to guess ut the meaning. Correspond ion that has to prevent the in- phenomena which they are the seat. The weoln after date, I shall make application to December, IS 10. assortment of nunaUcturtd Tn Wafe. .
ents to write but tide ofthe congress power narrowest part of tSic Strait of Gibraltar 5 i.? not SIX Jude of Probate for Madison County (lor EDWARD M. WEST, [SEAL.] are prepaieil to execute job ttork in Tin' fWe '
ought on one induction and] exigence of domestic slavery
paper more than 000 feet below the surface ; but a letters ot Administration upon the estate ol John Justice of the Peace. per, and Sheet Iron .Koofmg,ii.c. Orders tnrr'
and when it is necessary to interline and in the territories, and other power of a kindred little farther toward the east the depth falls Coleman, deceased, late of Madison County. December 15, 191?. 4'J Sm or country promptly attended to.
nature, and has passed resolutions, the first of VANS K AND ELL. triIITE t' f0.
erase all rc-writo the whole sheet
by means suddenly lo :3000 feet and at the south of the
which nflirins "a devoted and cherished attachment December 22. IS n. CO Cw Notice.ALL November 17, 134i. 45 .
,.and be of and of the Sierra Nevada a V
"finally not offended should the editor coast Spain -
claims the of
having against estate
to the Union, but a "desire to have it persons
decline ihe publication of the article for depth of 5100) feet has been asccitaincd. AUCTION. Henry Branch, late of this County deceased Groceries, & .
it formed and not of
as was as an engine ::4 !
lie is presumed lo be the best judge of what is opprcsbion The eastern part of the Mediterranean is of TUESDAY,January the first,before our Auc are requested to present them t to the Admin TUST received from New Orkans1
which possesses generally the same less depth. UN lion Room, a family of MX Negroes, consisting istrators within the lime prescribed by law, ur they J 20 barrels Magnolia Flour, V
? suitable to appear in his columns. features as the resolutions ofthe Georgia Legislature _ _ of a fellow and wife, aed .15 and: .*J7 years; two boys will be barred. 20 St. LouF V V

and others requesting the Govenor to The hitcr Hit.-Some time sinco a resolu-! and two girls, aged .1 1, 7, tl.and H jears. JOSEPH BRANCh, ) Aaiur'-. 40 boxes Cheese ;

00" A bill for the preservation ofthe rights convene the General Assembly, if necessary, lion was introduced into the Lower House of fine frllow a ed 30 years. Also, three other likely i JAMES. II. BRANCH, J 2 casks Sugar-cured liaru-t, > .- '
chancier and condition. Decembers, IS 19. 43 St '
all of 10 Gohen
NToe good kegs Butter. 9-
of *ua t s led and distribution of iheir consider ofiho mode and of redress the of Tennessee to the 0 }
women, to measure Legislature protect BERRY fc ROWLES, 5 barrels old Monorrj fnlfa WhfeW, V V f _ _
estates, was lost iu the Georgia Legislature! and finally, recommedcd that the people of each property of married ladies. While tho resoolulioa December 15, IS 10. 49 3t Auctioneers. Notice. 10 Rectified V gV *>*-*

f>n the 8h inkt. by a majority of two voles.TJie .- Congressional District appoint two delegates, was under discussion, Mr. Moody, of BY authority of the Hon. Alexander McDonald, ((10 sacks Green Havana Cnfoe* ;I
and two alternates to represent them in the Dixon, moved lo amend it, by requiring the Negroes to Hire. Judge of the Court ot Probate for Madison Loaf and Cpjsliel Sugars, _. *

law was similar to our own on the same proposed Nashville Convention. ladies to wear the breeches half the (lime.- be hired for the year Public Anci County, 1 will sell, on Monday! the 3st! day of.December 2 liluls. rowa. do- V V
cu1 W before thestoreof Daniel Ladd, in New instant, at the plantation of the late John Dried Aprr Wincs &e.:, fccfi i
jct. In the proceedings ofthe House, on tha! <7lhinsl. port, on Tuesday, the first t day ot January next, ten J. Koyce, all I be personal propeity cf said dece-sed, All of which will be sold at the lowest pcr4 c4V

oi-;: The white Siaol-ing lie .3Tusquiis.-Tlic crew of is the following : or twelve valuable Negroes, consisting of men, women consisting often Negroes among wh'nn are some CO.1LlESTt.
population of South Caroli.
an American brig which was wrecked on the The Speaker announced that ho found up. bovs and girls, belonging to the estate of J. If. valuable home serta.nts, six Mules three Horses a November i'i, 1549. 4-S V V V

na, according lo the ( OVCtgiot' mcs&age, his table a bundle labelled important doc. livrd, dJerased, and others. Some of these negroes Carriage and Uugitwo Wagons, a pooo Saw Gin,
of Honduras been robbed on
coast having by a Goods
in Iho turpentine business the Plantation Utensils Corn, Fodder, and about thirty New &o,
amounts lo 260,385 ouls.t of Indians and demanded resolution in uments,' which ho was requested to lay before have bscn employed bnles'of' Cotton, a stock ol Cattle, Hog, aim .
4. ._' party present \ear,and one of them is R pretty good coop- Sheep, I GOODS. GROCKKJES, HARD
vain-attacked their village called Quam. the House. Upon taking ofT the wrapper, the Tcrmsat the biri.i. Household and Kitchen Furniture. I DRY BOOTS, aXil SUOE2, & .. .

OiT: Double! Eagles will soon be coined it walla-and Imrned it lo the ground. The important document! proved lo bo a crim- cr. ji'tt JOHN C. McOF.HKE, Just received and for sil? bv* _ _

the Philadelphia Mint, under the act of the did not to the som .petticoat for the Representative from Agent, for tin Aminitrdrrt.! : AJrainLsfiator J. J. I GELRfII IL
Jaw Jand-piracs! stay sec conflagration. Fort'Staasbury, Dcctiiibcr 15, Ibl'J. tlJ Decembers, IS 10. 43 4t V _______
Centres;. : Dixon -Moody.



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- L 1t""(:' : \.,' = i THE CLOCK. !rgttl :3 ntrti5t 1CntS. 'I LAFAYETTE BURR MILL STONEM.i.UFACTlRLV A *M a kr CIA ..ttoea CI..I" w >< WKk ,

COAIP.f.STBOLTO'li'J M Of the MM of*, r .. ,
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. 1'? t_: ; well-rcgulated counting; bouse you fAUA : BUILDING,RIVER IT. FOOT OT WHIT4KER, a.; : & hnar-nI1a, .r..cla .z; can 1Ir.T..4"no kUtlcaomiMtUt ._ ..
rer In Leon Circuit Court.
wU a clock, and the! rhl re of the month, : SAVANNAH, GDO.i It OJLYl//.Yr.Ori<.B*I.* c. This .-.*
"i* week ,there at CHANCERY.. f DR docw. and ,.veg .,4,, bet ..s '***rly aF. w... I It
'r xd tbe day of the glare you i ...',
; cauJ..a' IIM-tlb. Yec -
her thanks to her aao.ef%
Y could not do without Cale > II. Blood Complainant, T> ESPECTFULLY TENDERS 'de.,1It .
L Urge figure oI2 te ptsfPItpJalec e't Sr Wbsf be" .
1 the generally for the n.1I"i
M. L\ friends and public
_ hem. They uk! with; you from morning un.I David P. HC'ue.'dm.r.. of C. C. Hall &c., and atronjge she his received formerly and for arn- i D.i 1M tit teOVfVIJtK (. sad rmn. he .

I I eye. Now tley say : you hare to recei 'e ; Charles Mapes, et ai, Defendants. 1 S inuance of the same,she caa confide-illy say that tor ,t OKiaiJTJL OLD I.. J"CI 7.".. .

e hen again : yati hare- to pay. Make haste ; 1 TT appearing by atfidavit made in this cause that ,__ -- -_ Se the coming season unusually strict attention will be ( ytnllm..k loj CM_It tt..O4 Dr'. tikes.u. L. AnY} a& .
1I I the slid delen'tant.ChailnMapes resales out ol ., Her table shall not be sir- tnr*. d hi* .lrn tur cr'*4 the COM U .nm.
dose. t r _ nveii tn her Dusiness.
is to Hurry on
mail ; 1I I
be yoursteamboat ,
0' will Jearr But fire minute and I the State of Honda, but in the UniteJ State* : It to ___ pl"se
Ordered, That the laid! Chile Mapesdo appear and I inuallj "cmp'lojed durin; the winter .or the wild

_ bank bour..i li over. I is time for your t, ;,:lead or answer the bill of complaint filed in this : game o'f t the forest and frr the feathered fowl I ot t Iholikes. I Il

Lrrakfut or is the thirty JJLL aue within ib'ir months from the date of !the first ff-" : I l

; first t ; settle up ) accounts. It is the first ubiication of It&iJi t'r. or the said bill will bt ha.t.en Her rates ef chargenjor ooara ana noard and ludz- ,I _;. .. _,. .

cube month ycur dues Everyday f I Ei1 I l lor c rife ,' il air4in- him : 1"orUn/, That a .i hL4b ing per day week, month or year, hall he ttah..r.c.tory .
day ; your
culltc copy of thU crder be published! in some newspaper to her patron -
every hour, they have something to tell ; I ,ubiishcil i in Tallahassee for the space of tour A jtlJlc.yitb a good o.tler, is aitacha.1.September .

and attentive listener ,or months. 1 : '. 3.S Cm :
generally you are tery I mm.z I I 2 ISV. \4k

and then you look with :dissatis.fied : THOMAS BALTZELL, J ge. S. ._ r
:0" V 4 ar.,15 York. i
Dat November S, 1 1S49. For New S
.4 nir ft your time.k tIr, and ni'irmur too t jtll A true COP from the nrizinal.OSCAR'A. ::_ .. :' S S

late ; or you leave your friend in disgust and! MYERS, Clerk. i S

t. complain that another lay has gon j by in Nnvembr21.1S1)ILl: 4m iii A :; leaf
I \
xtbich you have made nothing beyond yourS y ,'
I State of Florida.--Monroe County.
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expenses. GAY'S mithMowrv, ) : milE REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between \
But tell bare got a in "
me, you your r*. > BILL IN CHANCERY.eph S ; JL New York and St. Marks and Se"pnrt'fI1I \ 1
bedroom T Do ever talk there with tbat EXTRACT OF CASCHALAGUA\ =- --= j \
you Jo. Law ton. ) =- commence running at the opening of the fall trade, | -b'f-; I II

("ibfJllernnt before you go to sleep ? Just A C.U.uunSI.'I.ST OF HUtE.MHIMCAl i appearine t me bv atfida* it that Joseph Lawton ti- ._y S and continue throughout the entire year, viz :

place yourself your arm-chair right oppo. VIltTUK*. IT dctt-ndant ill the bill filei'! in the .bobecaue, re a.-..... Brig II" WARCALLA "el n, Master I OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND,

to bim and be will soon commence .I .ICi! out (.1 t I the State of l Florida, and in Europ. OCILf.Trim, do. TUB ORKitNAL. COVERra OF THK
; A CF.RT.IIREn: TI\"F. AND! CURE FOR It' is OnltTtII That said defendant appear and an. \\riLLkeep..n( hand and for sale BURR STONES II LUCY, Homer! do.

S ta1kin' Look. at him,-*tic tac, tic, tac ;- I I Fcctr and .if, Conitimplion Coughs, Colds, vvr the said bill within I the time prescribed bj' law, V from I 15 inches to 7 fe I.anrl we judge' sufficient II SUWANNEE, Clark do. (new,) Genuine Townsend 5anapar111a.

.:: a minute gone/ormr. Five minutes Influtncy ithina, Jlrvnchiti*, Scioju/a Gout, nlhenj..p it shall be tskm rill conle-w.! 11 ?, /i/r- I recommendation to say 1000 set of these II WACISSA, Perry do. (new.) C.i lit. Town c J U .ow aboat.70..rean of mtr. ...I &Iooef

fit* ininutct nearer tf rcnity.h Eter- Ilht'wla'lim.'ura/ ia, Kiyniprlas, Lumbago tirr Oidirnt, That a copy ot this order! be publish- .I tones have been old in the State of Georgia, Alabama The"e Brigs bnilt in the most substantial manner ama.. kimwB.'/.'.-. OHIOI.Y.1L a. the .1UTHOK" TCJIYXtF! THSCnrr.Rtlt'L-is.V .

.I nit !2" O, stop? one let me Paiatyiiu, lets iy. Jaundice, Iiyptpj, Contieeiifts -d! in some newsp; jier !printtnl in the State ot Florida > North and South Carolina; and Virginia giv- expressly l for trade and are commanded by L.1." Ce'.C fn*. he wits compiled:: l. limit Iu m-.aarutat, w
moment he Pilts, Uyacntny Ihopty Linr Cumplnuiti once a month 'foi nine month ng the most perfect satisfaction for both Corn and careful and experienced Captains. Freight and j 1)31unit I bieh mexc* I it h*, tJe*fI kept.)al of. market and the MM! nrnuucibed -
thoughts tac ; to th>we oolf whu kid .ted iu wnnh. *gd kMu
r.l"c my liiHioua Cvmplaint*, +\'trruits.1jfeclioni. JO ;. R. LANCASTER : Wheat. :10 at the lowest rates. Agents ...a'. It tvl r4cn4 lk. fin .,( ...y. Denk l_ I
S do not b;ary* o ; you v 0 aid wish to el op those Cutaneous lJi.'Qfn'lI. }"trn', in Ctntral, 1k,,,. vi\' \Vest, ..hrC'h2"U.l l Itl'J.' JudgeSo.Cir.Fa. September 29, lS4. 3S 3m COE ANDERSON & CO.. prnont been bnlft nf..e dt'.***..m4 MT'Mlhrw

slow moving fnger but they go-ant on. orhugei, O'lstrnrtiont,, FluJrll. Indication, JJepraerd Tuoc. F. KIM;. Sol. fur Comtru \. 10 Beaver street, New York. from deai, prtrtUum-d itrrrnt\ .,,4 woaderfal
ami Jtrftctice .1pptitt, und all dinfastt the minutes NEW GOODS. JOHN DENHAM HEALING POWER.
When into the A tron : ,
ward. copy
) fnterJ .. tkt had. hi. ._
'ot inConstipation Kaowiar. a F prrI a, ) w by & ..
originating MALONEY. Clerk.
clock spoke a time! to be born once be will W. I Newport. and eipervnre. ilrviviit an wide wbirtt ...ald belab'e .t I.c.
: ; of the Bowels, o April 14. 1' Py R. L. Jlrc" I n. C. JAMES :B. GAMBLE Newport, August 12, IS.J9. 4 : odTaaixe to ".,n6.J1d wbea the uttxnt v.U rpDabed
speak : a time to die. But now he says: a I to Wu>( it .iau oiuervl ROtC.. wh n IK in. uavuivinces
lime IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. Notice. TSreceivingby the Ann Eliza,VinC't'nr.Lury,.Ocilla.Suwannet' I Florida Land Sales. would be ki'..n and appr iate t. TVf tbn. bu THUI,,
'ime to vccp antI a time tn laugh ; a to J. &.c., &c., a laige supply ot l fall and I Ihe n>en* Art aAA ; thu
icep filencc and a lime lo sjvak-a tine In la- It ti IH.t tine and vi'r Jo the (: 'Molin'Mjani. 'l'IIE creditors and pf-r "lid i ii rl'malktblc lur .t..lfli"ati;, Sltliatiing I in the e-tate of Daniel Mahb'irii, late ot Gad,. I maanfacfnrvd on Vie I tir-m ,ae' and i I. eallM ".I"rel\fh.
bar and a time to -a time to cat and a he public! lo examine. A few gallons of that old I valuable Land at the places and times fol all breadtbof the IUel \
prav ,IUd! l.tllratirt'u'wrtiu.. den C"unty. deceased, are hereby n.litied that their .t the ).nr.k i epeuaiiTa Ute fotxt
French Brandy jet unsold. lowing, viz : of iis.ser'ti..n c/r trri.,01L
lime to thank (!oil. Now be speaks : fare PubLicly admitted by Dr. Townir-rul, Jnul3ctu.rf'r claims will be barred, if not presented within two ; .. ,
September 2<), Sty.1 33 At Pensacoli on the 4th December next. h.ak. yoao S. P Tcm d .il imprnvei -iU *.. uK
you made tip your aC.rml. whiz your fcllotrmen / ('I f" Tow n, rnd' Sai.aparilla," to be ,bcarofter the publication of this notice. Milton, Santa Roia County, on the 6th D c'r. ever tbxflt.bat tf* tbe krtler....teeo Tb it i.) preparrU n MWbjic
tnnfit licben100.1.
1 Have you for Airing them them thfirtretpasset "Far Better than Sarsaparilla." R F.: GIBSON, Confectionery and Bakery. F.lJcheeanna..311011 Co., on the 10th frnerfit, and* by Lbe a Ute.:. d.covefte, *f the art. b...I.llfctruofh. tfCbetivurr a

S J hare remembered the Adminiitrat&r de loni nan. Roach's Bluff Washington County, on the .-o rr la Ihe maouCtctnre of the Old Or.
you poor, :33In: corroboration of the above, read the annexed KINDON would inform his friend" and .
Nnvrn.Kf-r his
Q'linrr, 'I. }I..JIi: w HENRY Saru;*r.U.! Tb..u.nLa eli know Jot.&ca
the orpJnn and the widow J Ten o'clock. ; cfimmunioat', asConrlushe generally that I.e hat on hand, and 13th December. (..L eunUuM !maar rdieio-tl property, and IAOM pn..ItIM
This them die. J Hands Testimony and Proof Positive. Notice. i i., constantly! manufacturing CANDIES of all kinds, At Marianna Jaci'on County, on the 15th Deer.Lett's rBt are iB.rt .* oteleu.1 and olhtn. wbicb if r?uBl u .
night nayzsi Iou uch a. Mill*, Calhoun Co., on the 17th p>nnf :It fur .... pr.Jdoc.'n-1II"Lror.. aa4 .ez" *hh U Uuriou -
your account iriih Go f FROM Tilt CKAKKf-NBEKG: : COMI'ANY. T lIE creJitor, I legatees, and person entitled to a-i: Quincy, Gad* Sir You I hat the of the diitiibvitioti, ill the of Robert PEPPERMINT: LEMON DROPS. eo thaI they CDtircty evaporate aod are Ib.ta lkprepAraKon. .
4 Look that moment longer ask :- are aware as originator I e tate II. : Da. TaIlahadee Leon County on the 22d "
at t a ; CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY if they ese not \intrtitd bf a mntijt ffWM.
have I done this morning Uraffttilerf; Company, I n'Jst have had my attention ,'id"on. late G.idieu! CllIlIh't'3cd.! are hereby WI'TEHGHEEHARLEY CADY.1I0.RIIOU1J Montict-llo, Jefferson Co., on the 27th known cmly to lb,,c ei.r.enc.d 10 iu Ba&cbue.. .
our elte8Wht calUd to the nuincious Medicines pre *-nted to icitified! that their claim. will tie barred if not pr;. Madison Court House, on the 2c
Did) 1 arie with a word of ; .. under beat. ar. tli. tin tiimiic+i UUfro
I tine watched very frrftrku
YI. the public patronage.: with much .f'nfltilhill, two >c Jany
wbtrh tn Ml : lit YMIMS.A
thtta oeHrallhat t
And various others
<> five
the of ? VII to VIII. the introduction of the otice. JOHN M. W. DAVIDSON.QtuncT among .
to lights interest Cunchalagua into .
praise Cwlumbia Co. the 3d y Cal boilor the '
eful for colds and and i is to Alligator on punnm new root till th y,t a dark c,m4
.' Did I business in the thNcnumrv bv' ,0ul..t 1f; and am free to say that no Ni TfEi'irr :'J. IN '.I.13 "w FXf'l'n1nr. u cough, prepared imnuacture ttqold. OTkKlt i s rn',. ',.no he c"'rIDr au":.' IB tb. ro.t lt.a
commence my name Medicine stand: su de-crvedly high a* extract any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both TRns-One: fourth pava'ule at the time of sale from say thing .Ue, ..j etn th.. >trnm this laitaid or '.pid
of Jesus Christ 1" L-t your thoughts follow it that invaluable plant. In lit ,rf.follli'y jour I have Notice. U'hQltJonlc.nlld retail. and the balance in three equal} annual in taluient, liqtid. ...t.D ." tvsr BioUi.04. .ad then t*Jl it "SAI-
S the the face of our always onwarJ He M also prepared to carry on Baking in all i it Person desirous to know what particular tr.chare 3.PAEILLEXTRACT .r SYRL-r." Bat ia.aart.rl. i. ..1&laB
ciphers on \ teen i it* estraordmaiv eulcrfO, in (lie, cure ot a confirmed months after date, the undersigned, executor innwn, ai ta.
moving companion, and before you reach the ca!e of Bronchitis.; For all complaints which SIX he Ibr wall and t testament of Le is Saun- jranchelrom the plain toafof the'1'Ji"ilfO to be sold, will be furnished with hand-bill- on GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSE.'iD'IIDi.P.RJl.L.
Cakes and Pits. Pattiei and the application to the Post Masters at "the above named
hour of ten for the second time, will sure.Jy require tl.e prompt and thou-u purification of the erdeceased, late of Leon county will pref ut hit publiccan !.\ \.
you be accommodated b notice place-*, or to I the subscriber at Tallah letter Thu 11
blood! I deem far alwajs > giving timely bjee. to pr per4. tki all the .n." prap rtia *f tbe Bar
jour vny supeiior tillal account and voucheisto the lion. Jut.l ol
J have remembered that many' things remained : and all the at the RaVery and Con feet ion.;.\ on Jeff'ron street, pottage paid. Mpa/ill rail are tin rrmmreti. .ry tbiut capable .(b..g
to the
any Sarsaparillas cf day Leon Probate Court arid ak tube
  • ewlBtm.. )I. eitnctrd and eced. tb.a
    undone which should ha\'p been d'le. and with than all lam well afjiiainitd. WIS t. SAUNDEKS. Executor. 3pr"
    many words been spoken which you should J. T. .MARSHALL.KEOM July 21. 1S19. 2Srjr.1Notice. ,.ee, Dt-c. 16, IS4,. 22HLAD of Public Lands 'for the State of Florida. ; and tho II u rad.r d 'iBcapn.;>of lo.mj AIIJ' uf:ta nIl OJ
    Tallahassee, Aug. IS, 1S4J. 32-3m ab: SDd itn"D' Prrpar-d i a this way, it u lyaie ta 1
    wi i.h lo efface ; many thoughts entered your &vet roerfml a,,.CI. t..
    QVARTERS, 2n BRIGADE, IST Div. F. M.Quincy )
    The following will the above
    which did not combat and I An EMINENT LA WYE I! IN NORTHAMPTON, II. ffy- papers publish Cure of innumerable di.eas *. ,
    bear you conquer ; months after date the will October 10, 13-19. j once a week for three months and send their accounts Heace tie mv whi! .. b. ar co-nawo-l.tx-wi A* tit*
    but if your clock then might bring )you down M.\s#.VCHCfKTTS.NortTHAMriorc. SIX the Hun. of, Probate undersigned Leon apply General! Order, No. 2. to Ihe "':; "ter :" la iu ftTor by _.. woe .o4 rpjUrea. Wi And avery it duU| 4
    Feb. 7. 154?. t > Jude for Count\ I The vtr31 Rt-gimenti of the 2el Hrigade will vnrder la th* rar of
    upon your knee with the prayer :-Lono, Den Sir I have ion wished to that I hlr I Utter of (rom the E.tate of Arthurgurney 1ST. The paper in Penacola, Martannaam! Apalachicola"t.. .out i.irr.n COM-
    ; ee you, t'lIlbl': on their re-tpective parade ground fjr the Savannah Georgian and the
    TI.CJ MB 60 TO MTXnCU MY DtYS' THAT I night give you an accurate account. of the rematka- en. deceased. JOHN. Ex'r.Notice. : review inspection, and drill, at the time and places Charleston; Courier and Mercury : Mobile Republican Re i-ter: COSTirrjfKIS.PIfl.I" aU RHKt'.Y.ITtv.V.Ct'T. .\-T.J CS SCK&rVLJI.IHCFTIC.Y3 PILXI, rl.w.
    MAY APPLY HEABT UNTO WlsDOM, ble! cure of on daughter uf violent of HART PLES, BLOf THFS. and > llrxr .
    Y you my a c l ie hrreinafter specified viz: and Advertiser Columbus Times and a oiit II" .nf (r.
    find. your clock not such a bad friend af .crolul*. She is now aliio: three \cartol seeIn Sf"ptl'mhrr 5, 1..t t!'. I-tm; Fifth Rfiiiment, in Quincy December Sth. Raleigh Standard and; the Register. Ga., the IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. I

    wi all. You will seek oftener his February putrid *o es upon the! lips, lac'e. and Sixth Regiment, in Tallahassee! ., Drcetnbrr 1st. It w"_fn.1D a raneoDa.fc.dtp! tf rt. Sm IlIa:1 tk,"(rvci manta arlsiqoo.ut aorn.a--

    lollan'compan ,laud, made their ;p|'e.irance, and increased with I Ii Seventh n irt' i Monticello, November 24th. Extensive Sale of Land and Slaves. txm. detenM.Babon ..f.4 taift. x \ ; you will; like to commune irijhtt'ul rapidity ; one of her e\ts al"o became i SIX Month after date, I shall) apply to the Judge! l>t Battalion Eighth: Regiment at Madison C. H., cold feet aad haads cold chult.i>4 B.I lt .. over tbe 1M,. II

    bim ; hy and by .'o will find it easier to pet. b.dly ulcerated, that (o all appearance it could never II Prubauof Leon County for a final *-1tle- 20th November.2d BY virtue of a decree of the Honorable Court 01 bat ant iu 'C'&l M ('.MU and Cnjn. *cd (>ruao::.euy SIp.cnrijlo .
    merit ol account admioistratcr of the Estatesof Chancery Madi-cn: Conntale! ol Florida. aa 2 :.Qr i er-i.rn. r.Unnj: itr.iare u tM
    tie his claims on you ; and when at last he i;am be restored. This continued for fix weeks, my M : Battalion Eighth Regitccnt, at Jasper 17th No hUIII. tnomL and every other n.
    the child being most t horrible th heath eTownsnd and Danifl Townaend, deceased, the: subscriber will orJer for sale,at public outcry i in. i"
    will eak the solemn word. tint to die a vember. B1I'D Both cf u its etcruence .r ., f.tI Cy _a aa4 M
    s| you .it her parents! ahr.o- broken. Dunne the whfleothi and for a final ductiarge Irom the adrnmi.tration cf Battalion attached to Sixth Raiment in Ilewport, the town of Madison, on Tue day, the first day <-i ntirdfctl thai i la a'l sad .tal' of
    be found ready and willing to exchange All interested January next that lre and valuable FEMALE CO\1PL.LNTS.It .
    may : ; pen.Ki we u!ed SAKSAPAUILLA l IN LARGEQL'ANTII'IES eitate.' per on will[l take no- No*ember 27th. plantation
    this life, which is Lu a vapor that appcareth' but file di.eire. was not arrested in lice actcrdmglv. 2d. Thecommiviontil andnon-commii.ioned of5- lately occupied by Col S. H. Butler dt-cea-M-d. con- It'!O wnndrta atraiitL c IU.'ofT_.rtir ..or W6.". "'flllfIIN
    P 'woel
    Sappg.j .V..u. Jrr..i'
    for a little time, for 1 world where tim shall The lea't. While the dncae wa -till at its height BENJAMIN MANNING, Adm'r. cer, \ill a*embe! .n the pamde srrour.d ot their aining about three thousand acres of nr"r rate Land It, ex* the meanraii (yrio.l. and th. ie ; ud* a*

    .Y. O. Prtsb. I haiipened one day to c iU at t the tore of jour very yj- James T. Archer l-jIIl. i* my Agent to attend "[pfCtive Regiment th. day before the review. at This plantation i ia situated about ten miles East oi I la ar.of al the C-nut .f .1'..J> f.., '.*.
    e n
    i gentlemanly azent in thu place, and relating the oall matters connected with the tdtniuiitfetioti of 10 o'clock A. M., armed and quipped according to the Ocilla River i i. remarkably healthy, ha eotx'- I By rntQYicc. otxtruc.:vB*. .o4 r.vziti.g the poeR1 'ftarm.
    it u .
    five ee aa *: Bgb tu 1 wbv< body. aa4 Ucnrea
    wells of handsome DweUingJI'Jse i
    manner in which our child wai u2icted, he advised these e.tate B. M. law for drill and instruction. water a an all ktnut ofNervous

    S The Tragedy a Bo.ton-Dr Pitrkmai. me to make a trial of your Canchala ua. I took but Julv 2 i.1 I"43. 29-m 3d. The regimental tin. will bo formed preci> lv grounds ornamented with Oranze Fir: an-J! Potae- diseases aud debility.

    \'hbin the past few days, we have given one bottle, having no confidence in it, but commenced at half 11 o'clock A. M. granite; trees, and an extensive vineyard. The out aDd thai pre rou or "i.ev.t .. |re.! vnneu of oL'ter .i&aSha',
    Notice. iioue*are numerous and in thorough repair. Thereare u Opus! ..tata."n :M. 3. yj Das..15
    several statements of tho disappearance of giving it according to jour directionsstopping 4th. The Brigad Start will report for duty at the ffdtftte fiii. C.,*!..*.. Ac.
    all other medicines at once, and in just five day* the THE cr.t1itornd persons entitled to distribution parade grounds of the several Regiments of the 2d about oue thousand acres of cleared land on the It cicante the Woii. excite. the Krerln healthy actiua. kw

    Dr. Parkman, Boston, and his supposed welling visiblj decreased, the ulcer b'gullo heal, thetr.Ul" of Edward Hill Wilder, late oluj..4rr' Erigide.3ttL. tract the whole under good fencing. The plantation tke .' sad fl... roud dig." o. r.b.*M IB* .... co4 t
    and she ,improved rapidly for three! tn ;; | .t..A >'. k U..A"Y n.c; .J K.r commands an extensive and unaurpaued range torpor aa 1 coiMlipntioa. aiU}t inittwniatuia. pnnfie. tb. .U., \
    .nr'er The commanding ot&cers of Regiments ar. the cirrulatioa .f ... .
    b! l
    PrnK. nrV r\f( ltn t/ tae g..1. anathi
    mrvlar Iria
    .1.r > trfJi, )o} was appaiently cured-le than Iwob'Jlllell Heir claims will Uit pri.ented within charged with the extension ol thisotder.By for Cattle and Hog*, and capable of twiDit ea il> .qwUy all over the b.4v. >o
    S Medical College. The following additional having b+ -nutH. Naming this case to borne two .scars alter rMP puHUration of f fHn, notice order of A. ALLISON, Brig. GeQ. Cco'g. iiividedinto threw or mote smaller tract Term*- Laie ail stricture aid .i"tn.. ruses all bbirueti*, u>4kiVi
    if our incredulous friend', they s{emed to think that JOHN M. W- D\YW90N. A rr.'r. J. H. VtRDirm G.arral.October credit of one and two year notes to be well secured. >rate> the entire B.rTno Tirni. taaetthsthea
    various Adjutant
    facts collected
    we fmf sources : 'he cure must hare been Ucted by the ue of the Q'Jio' ( '. 3, ISl'J. 13 3w 20, lw.l>. 41 7t The medicine y.a pre-eaiseBtly) and !

    The ground of suspicion against ProfoworWebster ,\SARSAPARILL\ it was ioteasy; under the At the same time and place the subscriber will Bat CAB any<>f.lh r.. thiDg r. wd o< S. P. Towuead uVrlor -.

    may be briefly stated : Dr. Parkrnan ''ircumfctances r to arcuc against( that ojiii.n.n, : BIJTNOW Notice. Tin Manufactory. offer! for sate SIXTY LIKELY SLAVES, Con istina art.ce:COMPARED! T Tbi. yoc WITH uwn't THE lisajJ u OLD m.t to DR-S b. '

    called at the Medical College on the day FOR Tin: I'flOOFr When the child, appear. SI IX tnontr. aitrr date, I will apply to the Hon. engaged additional woJlttJe.\, we are of valuable field hindd and house servants. Terms, lee"".. of on* (JB\ND FACT that lie .B. oil LNCAMELJ
    ed to be perfectly cured, we stopped giving; her your Judge of Probate f.rt r he County of l terson.for HAVING' to till all orders in our line in a credit twelve months, notes to be well secured. ol Vtn101t.-\Tto and

    that he disappeared{ Friday, November 23 : retract Iou' admitted Dr. and tl he the indisputable. while the nthrr IXiEa ; a*...,. jtrmtatng and K..., tkr
    was to see ; as 1 i4i: c eiuptions, running* at eve, and Sowed late of said Cuunty, deceased. the countiy will receive ic.cied'ate attention. A kftOu C"BWinintit it into fr jnteiu tile aCid liqvtd .!
    Dr. WeUter states paid the sum of 2W IOwellin- btiran to return.e waited five dayi to WILLIAM F.ED.JeB' La R. G. MAYS, aDd d.unan other : M 1"10dID
    & liberal discount given to it t re ;ti and d& !leu. ( fauA t BUI ttu. homale earn
    ee if it would amount to any thing serious. It in. October ?, Commissioner and Rec iihr. poand be pouunuus to IBS jyium7_ fiat t anl rue .
    bim to cancel But it r." County >, 1S4J. 41 6m T WHITER CO. 1"
    by a mortgage. appears errand rapidly as before. We again commenctil October 27.1"43. 4" u ": .' alriaJj 4.:,* .I:*uti Wk.t C.DM>e bT.jleIQ| hi
    that who wished to see Dr. Parkman use 9, 1S49. 23 acid Vn ne Dot icH kao. thai whea frJ K>. I. ear ..
    a person, giving her jour medicine, and in five daj, (the acae Notice. % The Florida Sentinel, Macon Telegraph, Savannah achi. what miscb'eft\ it produces fl.taoce. bea/Uars p&p.-
    and who saw bim to the hospital period cf time; aa before) fche to better Republican, Charleston Courier and Jacksonville of the
    go began grow monthi after date I will apply to the taboa heart liver cvrap*alry. coijc
    and ;in about two weeks well THREE Monticello Male School. will aDd c.rrapuoa of U.. bioud l \\hat .a $cr,4J but a 4DUuur
    waited outside for a con-id rable length of r was again. From that Judge of Probate fur the County of Jef- Republican, publish once a week for aa *
    day to this, tbe child, hall been jx-rledly well. school will he 5th ei ;ht weeks, and forward bill to this Office.! lo the body WDM prudjcw ail th. hooxira whiO i
    the ;
    opened en Monday, '
    time, but Dr. Parkman did not come out, and fer-on for leave to ell a part of the real koUle: of THIS brine OB EmpUooiof the SoLa. a4! Head. Salt 5 .a. Ery-
    My father, hue Hodges, (North, Adams, Ma!., Th"1l Stephen, deceased.OCTAVU3. instant under the :'yperinlendenc "IP.t'rule a''liua-v, F*,., Sor.s. aad all Btceratioa laternal -
    be finally went away again. a PIIYSICIANcarnetoiceus with I lie intention, o H. GADSDEN of W. O. GIR&RDJoI, E.]., whose xperi&nce in Tax Collector's Sale. aod extenut rt" cotm, aider b iT.n, but as ao4tubttacc
    That afternoon Dr. Webster in his her. but .. which UUT. IUd lLo tun!* all the fluUlt of IB*
    was ; prescribing aa we were using jour medicine Guardian of the children of .aid Thomas the profession enables him to give every a* urance toparl'ntli virtue of th ttudy hours with bis door locked, and with uccs3, and rIll child improving rapidly, 1 Stephen dec Cd..ed.Jeffernr desirini to educate their Ions. By have levied and will acid Cud. which taiiitaaun it *'f betweea taejoiau and .a-
    ( sale. before
    I \ua he did not condemn it, but left his own upon expose or whir. imtttia{ aaJ ... tleucai tjau.t *>. which
    prescriptiontob ap
    he is supposed to have staid there all night, used in Case \our Extract failed. We bad no Countv.fVpt. 22, IM:!?*. 37 2am.1m, Rates of Tuition ptr Stuion office .M6nth..t: the Court House door in the County of Madison. It acuY So of oervuu d....>*.*, of i.mpanty of the "!vu4. *4deranfeii

    during which time two Llrre1 of fire kind. i>cc.",ion for it, and 1 am iure he will now recora-- Jefferson Co. Tax Collector's Sale Orthography, Reading, and Writing, $>> UO on the first Monday in F Ftbru ne\t the follow nature.cllrll II.,. aDd nearly ait ta. aloinu wktck aflitfhaou3

    lings disappeared, and from his room mend your medicine in similar ca.cs.Yvur Ant huieUc. Geoigraphv, Grammar, History, described lands, or so much thereof(as will satisi; Now i I. It not m.rr.ble ta UiiW aad tell and nUau*> _.
    BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law.1 I &.C.. 12 00 the taxes due thereon for the tear 1 fvlO, to wit : 10 ala Ihia8OUKG
    "'IIO intense &to be noticed by some of obedient HORACE!servant J. HODGES. bar levied upon. and will otlei for ale, belore : Philosophy,!. Astrcnomy Malhe- The S E 4. Sec IS, the E i.S W 4, S-c ISand theN FERMENTING. ACID COMPOUND

    the Inmates of the College. Then, as to the the Court Hou' door in the town of Monticello uu.. m'tics,4.c., 15 I) W i of S W 1. Sec 17, all in T 2 N, R 9 E., belonging Of S. P. TOWNSKND.:

    finding of tbe body, the place unusual, there the first Monday in February next, tie following The Ancient Languages: IS 00 to bMvester Hinton. and >,t he, woa.d: tin it Itn'yr,'jvO th.t Old Dr. J ce%
    fROM S. n. WINSLOW.\ ItER, WALL ST., *C. T. Toner i't Grim l''I.1Il $ u IMITATION
    described wit ZS4pl.4 aa
    being a regular fir piecees of subjects property to : Composition and declamation will also form a regular JOHN H. PATTERSON of ht. infenor preparaM ii': :
    receptacle New York Sept. H, 1S4S Section 27 of T 2, R 6, N and E., bounded oa tie part of the weekly exerciser ot he I school.N. Tax Ass'r. and Col. (Madison County.. lIeu.n Ibrb.d Ih-.; .e tnmild rieaJ! in an article whUh we !d
    ,. ; no one bad access to it but the doctor ; To Frederick A. Gay, E-q. : Ea: by Kldrcd Simkini North by Gen. Bailey, and B. ThUschool i entirely separate and distinct October, Is4y. 41 3m the mott d.
    there were found, in the grate of his room, in My Dear Sir-I I cheerfully 1 comply with your re- We.t by the Ocilla Rirer. from the" Monticello Female! School" now so aMy ,. thoulJ: one: *->v.It iiivn-ike| O.d l)r.'ach arnoaaaifc*
    load ( ,
    addition the articles Mated above mineral '1')(5t ;in arknowl'dginz, with others, the benefit Lerird aa the of Richard K. Call conducted Mrs. Fsncc-o.v (5flh1 YARDS GUNNY BAGGING, compNin'J nd crmia-tttoni rn.m:1: who have Mid.aad .
    to upon property by so far ** regard: the 3 pnlC'buers w ho hat e u..i S.P.Tow,ci teeth and what are supposed to bo of which I have derived from the use of jour Extract and to be sold[ for State and Couaty tait dvia the.. communication of the two seses.Mouticcllo 3\J\J\J\ 2,lIU yards Dundee COMPUU.ND.We .
    ofCarlchah u.1."or California Plant. Itseflecfs up. on forth* jear 1S49. November 3, IS t?. 42 t'tJ 2.UUU Sea Island with it nndentnnd. trena it (I. th. IIIIOu traL). thai
    a watch. on arc evident and gratifing and have S. P. TowBtend'* aruci and Od: fir. Jae.X TownMBd *ftaparilla -
    my sjstem DANIEL T. LINGO, : Sentinel till M January. IU J Ih*. Bagging Twine,
    Among other facts i is stated that the Pro. induced me recommend u'eto my friend; and Tar A'tc'r and Col. for Jd ron County. copy Jut received per brig Su\vannee. and for sae' by they arc are kttctn-ttuit in every pancular tpart. aid.imjivilttf. jcj sos.ose,.,.11 sbui,;tiiafAi that

    ror having a large tin box made.A I am pleased to a"sure )OU that in nu instance have October 27, IS4. 42 3m Just Received October 6, 1S49. 3'J S. BURNEY.. a ClltImon.
    "a I ben disappointed in its erticacy. I do not hilate E'. P. Towntend it eo doctor am} "..eru. U Sill
    late telegraphic dirpitch states that further in my confidence in its remarkable medicinal qualitte Tax Collector's Sale. GENERAL assortment of Class and Crockery. Just Received CheDii' pharm.ceatnt.. no mnre of medioae of **
    A ease than any other e.uaan uascicntmc, .
    S discoveries have been made tending to and to state that I believe it will be found to he ware, and for sale bv S. }'. BURNEY. what can the olli'.f.uioDa ataa
    faten the murder of Dr. Parkman upon Pro. an excellent remedy in mot catcs of diseases of the: BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law, 1 I November! 3 i, J IS 19. *43 AT LEWIS & AMES Drug Store, a fresh upply rename rtl4rurtee tciralioc m.dicme.puUic ruautinin have that all they I th*a/e virtue receivlnf of tile a

    S liver and kidneys, in pulmonary affection, and alto levied upon, and will expose for sale, before New and Valuable l'dicinejamonghich arLclei used la preparing IL and"hie h .r..mcapabfc of chai|.
    lessor Webster. In his own laboratory has the Court House doer, iii MadiJOn.In the firj New Goods. are the following : which miht' reader them AGENTS lie Dw.uc<>*Mra4 et
    the of the blood fcc. That
    In purification
    been found a chest, in the bottom of which merit in the introduction of this invaluable plant MONDAY in JUNE next, the follosin{ described receiving, and now DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE Wu.,eke.h"nldh exerted (mae on*>w* nock-)
    covered with tan was found further land, or *o much thereof as will satiily the Taxes JUST per Brig OcihI' Ing CunMratively) l e f wed.dne
    porioraoftbe may be appreciated, ii the sincere wish of BITTERS t*diaeae : hireqnt.i a psm.aSr
    assortment of all kinds of .
    due thereon for the year 1VI9 to wit' ; foreign :and Designed for, and trillcttre. Liver >UMe<|ierieaee h> COON aDd J rr>"np evrn a n>a>_ deM*!
    .5 body. Yours sincerely, R. H. WINSLOW. Dypepia, Complaint -
    TheSE4andNEn1SeetOENWofspc domestic goods and for sale by ite 6L How much more intpuruct u U that the lcnoaa whu ma*
    OTJ-; Pamphlet tontaining a description of California \ Pile?, Scrofula Jaundice-and all kindred .("ture medicine
    November designed for
    10, 1% 19. 44 S. F. BURNEY.
    All the has been found the 10, W JSEJSee3.Tl.K7 N and E.
    body now ave together with interesting information in relation belonging diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impute WEAR STOMACHS AXD XNFCEBLXD STSTUIS

    '.' bead, feet and arms. Tho accused is quiet to the CAoICH A LAGU A..jlueomarkaltle efficacy to Edward Bmn. For Sale stale of blocd. thftuld snow well the mrdical properties| of panu.) the kttBioner
    this morning. The inquest will commence on and cures, are GIVEN AWAY at the AGENCIES.: Also, the N i. Sec 33.-|i. Sec 32. E |. S E 1, Sec or Exchange. DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, also of iccunnc and conreniraun* tlieix healiof virroe*.
    i Mules and an kn9e! S 2NhSecQSW1Sec2l.SW4Sc2sSE a Wagon, Roller and Saw Gin
    The assert that hare Sold 1Iy LEWIS k AMES FIVE The safest most effectual and pleasant preparationbefore the humaa i>'letD.ann h.iw :o a.1.pi to the** diea<* :
    .. Wednesday. police they Agents, Tallahassee, Florida. 4. Sc 'aS, N W 4, Sec 25. S i. Sec 20, W i, S E 4, ale or exchange for a pair of good Horse the public for the eradication of WORMS in It u lo arrest (fraud upon the unfortunate. U po.11t bairn i iwouaded

    furber against the accused, which October 0. I 1540. 39 Cm Sec 21, E i, N E: 1, Sec2T 4, R1., S and E., belong and a two Horse Wagon. Children or Adults. humaaity. u> kindle hco e ;n the I
    will not be made public coroner's to David S. Jones. November 10, 1S49. 41 JOHN P. DUVAL. HULL'S COUGH restore health and bl 'oui. and ,.,... into the cm& and kikeo.
    .' 'tHlbe ju. LOZENGES .and
    to baauh
    Infirmity that oLD I>RJ ACllB TOW.fSCIO
    A number chemists and physiciansare P. P. LEWIS, Also, lot. No 4 and 5 in fractional Sec 25, N i i. Sec : Will PREVENT Consumption, and CCRC all cases of bas SOUGHT and FUl'.NU the opponanity and mraat to beta(
    : Tllit 20' W 4, SEt. and F. i, S W 4, Sec 26, T 10, R 13. Coffee, Flour, &c. Cold, Asthma,Spitting ot' Blend, Pains in the his
    now engaged in analysing the ashes the Side.
    in 8137232013 ESWTJfcT) i
    S and E., belonging to John Miller. 1 n.A.RRELSbest brand Shortness of Grand Universal Concentrated
    Northern Flour Breath and all other
    I Complaints.
    grate of(he room, and placing the recovered HAVING determined to change his location from JOHN II. PATTERSON, 50 2do do do do do Pulmonary Remedy

    fragments of ihe in their true pOt ion.I Ga. to, Fla., would Tax Collector for Madison County. 5') bags best Rio Coffee, -ALHO- wUhin the reach and II> the knowieU*. of ait who ae4 *

    ,I The military Loy last night, but no dis. citizen respectfully tender .his professional trrvices to the November 24, 1S4C. 46 Cm 10 do do Java do DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS they Traiiscriideut ny learn ant know b) >Poorer>vfut Heal.iu

    ': tutbanco took place. From the peculiar of this and tbe surrounding country. lie 10 boxes beet chewing Tobacco, Well known a* a Safe, Certain and Effectual Cure
    will visit
    Monticello, Madison and Thomasvillc; Hamilton County Tax Sale. do I for } Sold wholesale and retail by
    10 common chew ing Tobacco, Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever Intermittent
    :: of the limbs after he 1 Ga. where ,
    thape he
    pieces were puttogether will be prepared to practice hit CO.
    profession 5 bbls. Crushed and THOMPSON. SKILUIAN &
    in all virtue of the power vested in me by luv. I I.hall Sugar, Fevers. Price reduced to Snenly-Jife ,
    'there is doubt tbat it ,' the ltsvariousbranchcM.hoplng. hOlD BY
    no now
    many 5 boxes Loaf do Cents Box. York.
    .a experience in the science expose for ale, before the Court House per 102 Nassau street, New
    body of Dr Parkman. years tire satisfaction. All to will be able be to give 'n. door in thetown of Jasper Hamilton County. Florida Young Hyson. Black, and Imperial Teas. The above Medicines, fresh and genuine, are for And LEWIS vt AMES t
    .. '! A pair pantaloons marked Webtter and Ladies waited on at their residence. warranted. on the first Mondavin June next ((15-V' ),) being Just received and for Male by sale by LEWIS & by ,

    stained with Lloo were found yesterday afternoon n"ffftnu6-l I). A. liraudon, A. W. Preston, I he 3d day of that month, the following describe November, IStO. 43 S. F. BURNEY. Fa. Agents, Tallahassae.

    in '! room. S. S. Adams J. II. Hill, Rev. 1>. P. Smith, Thotna property or so much thereof an will be sufficient I to For certificates of r recommendation and other information April 21, 184D. 16-ly
    i Dotor rille. pay the'Slate and County Taxes due thereon for the For Sale, concerning the above Medicinessee future

    Dri. W. J. Erincon nnd J. II. Pope,Madison Court year 164 1. to wit : LIKELY AND VALUABLE NEGROES. advertisements and p&mphletstbich may be ob Blacksmithing.GOOD .
    S a Wat not that T/iundrr-The Baltimorecorrespondent House. The N W 4 oftheSWofSeclTl t I. R13S J )0 tamed of the ents. BlacVimithinf
    cien, boys women and children, women and sobstantial and cheap
    of the Washington National Or>- Office! at Mrs. J. L. DemilU's.October and f;., purporting belong to William J. Mill. girl Call and see at the utore March 18, 1849. 35 kinds done at the Shop near my Stab l', H.
    : InteJgencer. in a letter giving the returns of J 13, 1 Sol:. 40 6m Tax As.eeor and Collector WILEY LEE: ofS.. S. KNIGHT. cupied last year by Miller & Brokaw. : "ER'

    and New elections Hamilton Co. October, 1"1 10. 42 S Drugs, Medicines, &c. January 20, !IS49. 3 A. A. FI
    Jersey November 21, 15,19.16 6m -

    '. kelps his lamentable attempts at exultation bja THE GALPIN HOUSE. (Jrotedlollluaurallre Company of New Jersey. EDWARD BARNARD JR.,

    ,. a draft on hope. He says : NEWNANSVILLE FLORIDA. Hamilton County Tax Sale. CAPITAL 200000. received by the late arrival S. S. Knight

    it i "' or to-morrow I hope to hoar a THE public are informed that the GALnw BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Fire and Marine Insurance.LEWIS it HAS addition to his stock of GEN, a WILL continue business at his old stand whir'pLays

    \ 4 little Southern thunder Louisiana has doubt. it;1; Hooit"is now opened for I the reception shall expose for sale, before the Court Houa UINE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of hopes to wait ou such of his friends I .
    I -of Boarders and Travellers, and they door in the town of Hamilton & AMES which of heretofore extended so liberal a patronage prcici-
    h less stood by her noble son and his administration may Jasper CountyFlo Tallahassee are good quality, low for Cash
    Agents Florida.
    that all shall hate article at lair price-
    rest assured there111 be no pains in hand ing good
    : will spared making rida on I the first Monday in March next, IS'X, being Also on a general assortment of the following
    I', ;; bo sustained by the people. them comfortable an far as in the power of the Pro. the 4th day of that month the following describee October, 13,1540. 40 Cm which warranted genuine, viz; : April 2'. IS-l. 17

    He .has heard "tbWder" before this time. prietor to do to. Hi* stables are new and in first property, or so much thereof as will be sufficient -S. $25 Reward. Houck's Panecea, Rowan*!'* Improved Tonic Mix

    -, f rate order, and t first rate ostler always in attendance. pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for the ('ire, Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Brandreth's Pure Sulphate of Quinine.

    sear 1810.I ) to wit: from the subscriber' sometime Pills Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic *
    I ]RUNAWAY Camphor hundred $*
    Verdict for a BaZirnorran.-J. Hampden N. 0. Private apartments al way*furnished (orla. Lot. No. 3, fractional Sec 24, Lot No. 5, fractional month of February last t, a ne'gro Worm, Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland'; nPHE JL subscribers have on hand two which tfi'*

    S Williams, Esq. of this city, on his arrival in lies. OEO. M. GALPIN, Sec 35, N and E.,T1.I R 12, purporting to belong to girl named SYLVIA, of dark complexion, Celebrated o'eterand Ague Remedy, Lucenia Cordial fifty ounces of Sulphate of Quinine na

    California sued Messrs. Scranton & Smith Newnaniville,June 23, 1619.-2S Proprietor. Felix Livingston. 'about fire feet, five or nix inches high thin Thompson's Eye Water,McMunns Elixir of Opium: have obtained direct from manufacturer article.

    1 WILEY and spare made, and has red eyes. She U supposed Sands Sarsaparilla, Turner'ti Fever they will warrant itt be a superior
    Two LEE ytdi
    the characters of the Friends, in and Ague Pills, We.have enlarged stock of Drop atd
    be our
    Notice. to
    Tax Assessor and Collector Hamilton Co. lurking around Tallahassee, and is no doubt Tyler's ditto Gordon's Billious and ; ate
    which be sailed from Panama for crowding Anti-Dyspeptic cines recent anivals and prepared to exec
    ." I. MEETING of the Stockholders of the Southern November *4,1&49. 46 3m often in the city of evenings among the free negroen Pills, Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills Peter and by or itS it,
    .; with more passengers than agreed upon A Life Insurance & Trust Company will be heldat Her husband when she left, was H. Hayward' boy Spencer'a Pills and Is Agent for S. P. Townsend's orders for article |in our line,at whU

    S thereby compelling many to sleep on deck, the Office of the Company ;in this city on .the first Pain Killer. that Henry"he, on haw the Treadwell place, and it is supposed celebrated Sarsaparilla in quart bottles, ct $1 per oa We the have most also accotnmodalin a few account* Jerms-yet due to us for i.

    I exhausting the provisions, &c. The court Monday in December next, for the choice of Trua. FRESH supply of Perry Dni PaiVKiller,just The above got him yet. bottle. Also, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from 1847- They generally in smalt amoonw.
    reward year
    A will
    r4 tees for the ensuing year. I received and for sale be paid for her apprehen. Pluto Citric or Lemon Acid far preferable for the it !
    : gave bin damges Wlhe amount of 81500.Bolt. .- by sion.and delivery to William Johnnon.on Lake but if the whole could be paid shortly, wcnldjy
    Jack sick
    ROBERT LYON Cashier. or ordinary use than that sold
    T. WHITE fc CO. usually London nrni w
    Agent far towards linuklatingceitain *
    J.ipi<. Ta.lahmce: November 3, I5i. 43 November 17, !I4. 45 on., V. V. SKREINE. Porter &.C.&C- LEWIS
    Octobt, to, 18'3.' 41 tf June 10, 184!. 47
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