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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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"Bandolpn of Rcance.? I Government taxes, with large fortune* beiJe.toevery A. Chip from a Sailor' Lcj. >' 1 E1t f In iitevnT !lit* funds failing him. Eeniccratic .Ket t:. .' .".- ," j "t'" ,

A dietingu.folu-d J< cifize. ol Yuginia, over the I unit (their populaiion.nd; who after 1 was a dead calm-not a breath oftlr- Srns (orjvhicl: )f2 wa paid by Eannim, and sing abandoned his project. Being provided with At a meeting of the Democratic r\rti7 ,4 ?

; Mgnature, has addressed through the the spoliation Ilac passed into accomplish the sis flapped idly againsfthe mulUj; the by JnnJ Lind at her first Concert utJN'rw York: a letter of credit on a banker at Copenhagen, Wnlloti County, held at Ucheanna on ihe 14th ;y' I

gh.10! Press a long rpiklle; to .the Soul hernile me tit, would lo the further, the monstrous h"- lost its power and tf ship rfd GREETING TO AMERICA. be tr&i elled on foot through Norway and Sweden instant. Capt. L. I. McKinnon was called 16 1 .

I .,utbr1 of the and the debasing extortion of paving her head how and where she liked. The ll'oi Js ty Bayard Toylur-.Muaic"y Eenedift reaching the North Cape in August, 1795. the Chair, and David Barclay was appointed [j

%, in) relation to the aggressions 75000.000) out of the 8100,000,000) of the heat was intense, so much II that the cVitf 1 I rpt,wilh a full heart, the Land ,
I Sorth which have lately been perpetrated by monej-cost of the arq'.5sition-without ha,'. in-ile had told the boatswain to keep the wat.h Whole Banner of Stars o'er i world i i. unrolled; to Tomes, going thence to Abo, and traversing On motion the Chair appointed the follow. -!' ,

l'nn"rt S'e regret milch( that we 1iaeiat lug a right' dominion or domain over an a- out of the sun ; but the watch below fund t VVhose enpirf u'enl'adoAllanl i'l wide breast, Finland, but avoiding Russia, from a fear of ing named gentlemen a committee for the pur. !' .

1 f" lor thc whole tif his masterly lelter. crc or a foot of it It cannot be done There I too hot to sleep, and were ( And opes to the sunset its gateway ot' gold! the Empress Catharine. After completing pose of arranging Resolutions expressive of I r pl
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. nf* it* 'lo w''cn' we are no such people; and may God fore fend that ihirrt which they could not gratify till the water The land rf the M.ntain, (heland of the lake, his travels through Norway and Sweden, and ihe sense of this mneelingviz : Robert Hatch; '
Ire g've' feme portions' there should be in this noble land of freedomand was served (ut. They had drunk nltht And fixers that roll in m1gnifcenltide- having been recognized at Stockholm, be trav er, John Barclay. Kenneth McCaskill.: \* u .

would iu\'ito' 'the attention of all who wish equality There is not a form of (;lov. previous day's allowance, and now thpircullc Where And the souls I.,of' the mighty rota !!umbtr awake, died lo Stockholm under an assumed name. Tatam and Neil McPherson. ., .
the soil for
whose dildo
forrcc1 iufoimatioii : eminent on the Globe, bu this.glorious Union butt was dry, there was lolling llf for halw Ieom they Negotiations were now opened on the part The Committee retired, and afier an ab. .

' Tin: nCI'tLTt of ours, which would! Ilawsancliuntd.-lora them but' endurance. Some of the seamen %01 Cradle Empire! though wide be the loam of .the Directory, who had in vain attempted sence of a short lime returned and reportedthe 'of'.r .
people; who inhabit it,-bid tJifsc noble brethren bad the forecastle hatscveii the land of tny father;and t.Pt to discover the place of the t."i',
What ii certain is, I that ihe U7//no// Prorisoiidfisnwin 1 cMigregtited on top gallant: I "ar,'troin I thy bfwom, (he xvclrnrne ol young prince's following Resolutions : ;
I : 'lull loice ando era 1 ion through- of ours,-who would have ulltn ptPd.- where they gazed on the clear blue water i>r Song lias a home ia the l.eaits:of the Free! exile. to induce him to go the United State, Ul. 7eWmZ, That xxe heartily concur Iri p. T: .

: "California! from the 32J: to ihe 42-1 rlee nor tlift/. upon any other people but their brethren with lunging eyes. Afifiong as thy watts shall gleam in the sun, promising, in the event of his compliance, that the I sentiment and views promulgated I I by the ; ....."'. .''

nut of North Latitude, and that this act has ,-the crushing down of Mich a ,people under How cool and clear it looks," said a tail Ail lon; a thy heroes remrmher their Hears, condition of(be Duchess d'OiIeans should late Southern Convention, held in NashviileTenn. "" '

"\ :. hnly r onRtmimaled through the action oftonrCXSs the weight of so many wrongs s. and under and powerful young seaman ; 'I 1 don't think De.thihand of thy children unled m one. he ameliorated, and that his younger brother ., relative to..the subject slavery I and J I Ii,' ,.

11C'tn ItIlJ' that Southetnejs, are excluded the stress ofsuch foul oppressions, rank injustice (here are many sharks about ; what do you ndpta'e-shed---her-lisht-on- _.Ihe---Bannerol- Stars! should! be permitted to join him. ThrQMgh other' difficulties between the North acd the rrir;- '

rt'lv. absolutely, and 1 lor aye, from lIIi; ra. and all Indignities say for a bath lads ?l' > Lots Philippe, Ex-Kinj of France !the uil'ncy of M. Weslford. of Hamburg, this_ South. f t \

"lItl and witling: there xxith their property Through action; of! Congress,-in sanc. 'That for :he sharks !' burst almost simultaneously ,) ) was born in on the Gthiof letter was conveyed to the Duke, who at once !d. Resolietl, Thai we cordially concur iii J. I

hag U'c have lie high atil tim ity uf Messrs.Cl lioning the unauthorized proceedings of some from the parched lips of the group ; \ OctoW, 1773. and was Ihe Paris eldest son of accepted the terms offered and sailed from the nomination of :!aj. John Beard, as candi. J iJ..tt'

:, Caksaud Wt'Lioter-thc titkl the origin- 12 or 120,000 California ads'enturtrs-nin.t .wc'l have a jolly good bath when the second {Philippe Joseph, Duke of Orleans, (known to the mouth of the Elbe in the American, taking for Congress from this State and that xv ,, .
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.,, 'and all wf lheni the zealous and the iiblet..tI of[ I then xvith brief resid.nces. without doiniciU, mate goes in to dinner.' In about half an ''the world h) the $Ju1 r/V//r/of'. Philippe Egullite with him his servant Baudoin. lie departedon shall uxe all honorable means in promoting t':.

1 r. of tbefce measure, for Mating that or the intention of having any, or of becomingcitizens hour the dinner: bell rang. The boatswain; ,") and of Marie, the daughter ff..iha Iu'e the U4lh of September, 1797, and arrivedin |i his election, and that we concur in the views f, ."
"Miiiportn of the country-intiuders" the took of the deck sailors Philadelphia after a of 27 day?. contained in his the ** Freemen z.
priHcijilts' ul f 'the Wilmot Piovi o, in t the I upon charge ; some twenty 1de i Penihierre. Trained by careful and beiievolent passage I late AdJre&s to ,
'j I ilc form of a Mexican interdiction of Slarcry is public do.nain, and despoilers of the public were now stripped, except a pair of light duck parents the youth of the future king In the November following the young Prince of Florida." j,

in full force and operation in thene leiri.t.irics treasure,-shutting out the South fiom all access trouei8, among the rest was 1 tall, powerful t'vas marked many acts benevolence bespeaking was joined by his two brothers, after a stormytssage 3J. Resoccd, That we sympathise with ',

nor respectively, as wow organized by law, to the placers and the mines, (where all coast-of-Africa mugger of the name of Leigh ; high by character, sufficient lo call forth, pa from Marseilles, and the three brothers the people 01 South Florida, x. ho are left in ,i.

_and explicitly: recognized: and adopted as other slaves but Southern 811'es. are permitted they used to joke him and cal him Sambo. the high commendations of the ('lehr3teIadame lemnined at Philadelphia during the xvinler. the midst of a hostile, savage enemy without'

wjcb by Congress iliiJf in its lepeated refus4t to go, by th Constitution California.) Sheis You no bwiin to-day, ?' said be addressing ) de lenlis, whose wise and judicious They afierxvards visited Mount Vernon. the protection promised by the General Gov '

| _:o abrogate "'IchIplicau laws-or to (,' deprived, not only of the $fOO.OOU.. me. Feard of de shark, heh ?- training was well calculated to d->veloj-e any xvhere they became intimate with General ernment, and that we are in fivor of an early ,

the Territorial Legislatures to gixejdice 000 enhanced value upon her slave proper Shark neher bite me. Suppose I meet shaikin latent good qualities in the minds of lho.e under Washington, and they soon afterwards iravel- removal of those Indians from the State.: :;:
rinn'iwer but of even larger amounts it be. I swim after him-him like de'debble. led through the western country. and after along Which Resolutions r.
protection to slave I property' or lo pro- 1 ty may water, run her charge. The dairy of the Duke de I were unanimously a. r fl .:
hibit them from Legislating i to abolish or ex. I through the employment of her slave labor thither .' I was tempted, and like the rest, jChartres shows that he was not altogether ex'enipt and fatiguing journey, resumed to Philadelphia dopfed by the meetinjr. )*.; I

elude fclave propeity thither, should! the Judi. I and in a course nfvearsThroi:1i was soon ready. In quick succession wejumped '' from revolutionary doctrines, and these 1. ; procee :ing aflerxvards to New Orleans On m finn it was further f' :
I Jhe action Congress,-in not off the the black ,: and subsequently by an English ship tohavana. That the of this?
rul Power detei mine that the Mexican autitlavery of_ spritsail yard, leading. ideas were far from being discoursed' by his liesolred. proceedings
laws bad nut tuivived the cession in exacting of California a Conventional Urdi. I Inance VVe had scarcely been in the water five inin.i l connection with the Jacobin Club. In 1791, I I The disrespect of the Spanish au- ni!.Kllnz he fbrvvarded to the Editors of the t" .

the IVrritoriefc ceded relinquishing all title or claim to the { utes when some voice on board cried out ;' the young Duke, who had previously received I ihorities soon compelled them to depart and *. Floridian & Journal." at Tallahassee, with .".',,.

Jl i ix certain; thai the State of California public domain within her borders before re.ceiving 'A shaik 3 shark !' In an instant everyone the appointment of Colonel in the 14th ttegimenl they proceeded to ihe Bahama Islands, where a request' that they- publish- (he same in their j
her as a sovereign Suite! into t the I Union, ufthe: swimmers come the ship's they were treated With much kindness by the
iiu| < admitted into the Uniuu. and the Territories tumbling up of Dragoons assumed the command of I paper.
of Utah and New Mexico; thus organized, that domain has been suffered to escheat to sides, half mad with fright, and the gallant that corps and almost the first act of his au. Duke of Kent, who, however did not feel authorized On moti n. the thanks of ihe meeting are J. s

cover and iticlude every acre of I the Teniloryuhich the State.: -with treasures, it my be, suffi. black among the rest. It was a false alarm. thority vas the saving uflwo clergymen from to give them a passage to England in 1 i tendered tothe Chairman and Secretary. 3

\acquired by Treaty fr.II1t lico cent tt build op cities, and support an Empire We felt angry with ourselves for being frightened 'the fjry of ihe! rot consequent upon their re. a British frigate. They accordingly! embnrkec : The meeting then on motion adjourned.L. .

It/ it rrr7ai .--that through the action of which may, in the current halt'century wield and ungry with those who had frightened ;' fusal, in common ith many others: to lake (;or New York, and ihenoe sailed to England L. McKINXON" Chairmin.

Cln the Smith has I.t1 entirely)' and the sceptre of dominion over this gret-.t Continent us, and furious with those w ho had laughed ( .the oath leqtiiredby the Constitulioii. Much in a private vessel arriving at Fdtmouth! DAVID BARCLAY, Secretary. .

forever; rtl deprived, of even a foothold with her I Iprnperty and command the commerce of the at us. In another! moment we were all again j peisutial crjuiiu'e; was on this occasion display, in February, 1800. After proceeding to London .

the leau t portion, Noilh or wor1! in the water, the black and myself suinrr.ing ed by I the Duke de CIHrtrrs. and eq-jal tact they took up their residence at Txxickeu- Plank Roaa Meeting.
upon the of Cmigre.c.-in re.ceh'inl fiom the For ham, where for some time they enjox'ed com The meeting of Stockholders and others; I
Through or/iof some distance ship. two successive I
Soul h. uf.h.st I extensive and opulent domains, in guiding the feelings oran t enraged mob. A i ibiniilar
v\ith her California into! the Union without a there had been a sort. cf rivalry of t shown him paralive quiet being treated with distinctionby : feeling an interest in the project held in ihiV
is forbidden to voyages amount
and even partake : courage xx'as by
reduction of and Utah and all classes of society. Here place on Tuesday last, in accordance with
of the :million( upcn millions. which) limit*, organizing between us, each fancied that he was thebest in saving from drowning! a M. ,!Ie Siret, of;, bowe.er.\\ .
h\'rs without l heir trunq'iility! nut undisturbed resolutions passed at a pretious meeting, was ,
New into ,
Mexico abrogating ; was
foreigners from all parts. of the earth and the Tt.itol.i suimmer, and ve weie now testing our Vendome, Slh.Ea ilctr-in the olfice of Uoads j ,
the i the ing that the Duchess d'Oreans! was detained! -.veil! attended ; and we were pleased lo see f
alla\i sHveiy .
hf>as with the rs (the jtcons of Mexico and Iru11iitin speed.Well and Bridgt'!.and a civic crown was presented I
ev'iiced of to
South of the Mexican I in Spain they solicited and obtained Irom the a spirit determination the
is carry
depiivrd done Ned, cried some of the sailors! I
South America and the coolies! flC India) havebeen I to him by ibe municipal: body of thai town. I .
cession which without her lavish English. : Government permission to travel to''! enterprize through, which! roust ensure inSjVedy .;
cried ,
'by, who themselves ofTtnitory. from the loecatle. (;Jo it Sambo !I' In August, 1701 the Dukede, Chartresqnit.ted J '
permitted { tla.c (01 J from New Port
contributions in and above Minorica in an English frigate. The disturbed : completion, to Thorn '
men mone-and others. were both straining oar utmost t. .
and some e
otl Vetidome with his bound
(
1)) .puliate \ ,
help us
oltrlretlm'n. II all her votes in the Senate wouldnever regiment tr state of Spain at that time prevented the asville, a distance: of Ibrty-five or fifty miles
ratifying excited by the cheers of our respective| Ya.1 I &
rorieh thlI (h't s (rom the ptjulic tiea&uies lenceinnes. In April, 1790!, war being from the board.
accomplishment of their and after sea I'r
have been I object aharrassingjourney
ours Suddenly the voice of the boat.swain -
title partizans.
which which confer d Austria the Duke made his
by right can ,
every -- cart against i iclrpi the three brothers returned The Committees, appointed at the last meet; !"t,':
heard A shark a shark I I
among; men or nations,-!))' Conquest and A Pet Blackbird.The was shouting n. He foughl at Valiny at the head lo solicit made their
to Txvickenham. Their lime ing subscriptions reports; ;
was now principally
t the i of and .the Come back, for (; sake of the nfiiled to him by Ketlerman, )Iii'
llurbsl by shedding t'lOit pretty cottage of Mr.1 Thompson mer- 0'1 clovn then troops c passed in study, and no event of I and it "'' found that 23,0(50( dollars was snb- I
Lay aft, and !owcr the cutter any
;
and the 20ih of 1792 and afer-
lavikhing ofllfafurt upon every principle Gatehouse which stands hill-side on : September, scribed! for the direct the line
chant on a importance disturbed their retreat until the route to Georgia c;.
Justice atid the Constitution is. came faintly on our ears. The race iistantly wards the 6ih of November under Dumouiier I j
Equality, ) on ,
entrance of the and that 4200 down for the Ta!.
at town, piesents death of the Duke de Montpensier, on the 18th only was put
and be much tluirs But Ilan. ceased. As yet we only! half believed wha: the in j I
ought to as at Jemappes. During period
as ours
attractions the curious of laha thus
interest
most peihaps i of May, 1807. The Prince was interred in see route, deciding by a large:
our lights and piivilege*, domain* and treasures we heard, our recent flight being'fresh ti OU which the Duke do Chartres was engaged in I'
is a blackbird. I was taken from the parent Westminster! Abhy. The health of the Count i in favor of ihe original direction! proposed l'
are all taken from us by Ocn BnuTiinr.xpassed 'memories.m the military operations, the revolution was 'I
of and be. the first In last.
nest upwards a year ago. readily neal olias soon afterwards began to decline in at meeting July
4 Swim for God's sake cried the Capta's'who
over to the and the thrift of } hastening lo hit crisis. The decree of banishment
Ult domesticated and children Thunas Ga. but
came f.uuilit: the same: manner as that of his brother. Hexyas : county was represented, ruwuir.r
be has .
Foreigners md 10 amounts leaching already was now on deck not yet sect the race, so soon "
in the house. Whilst with against Capel the '
content fourLol
quite ordered to visit -warmer clinnte, and to a misunderstanding a' to object ,
(says common report) to whole amount ol f life and intercourse the bud did you. Tlc boat, if possible, will get betwrei afterwards repealcJ, seecw tu have of .
lie the list
town }0'jng' alarml accordingly: proceeded to Malta, where he meeting no Subscription xvus presented .
the $ OtJOOJ)! ( ) you and him. Strike out lads for Got'g sake'heart iho mind of the Duke who earnestly
nomina purchase money ( ; not relinquish: its love for the country :and converse died in 1SU3. He w;.s buried iu the Church they having understood that no definite
which was proffered and accepted for the my stood still I fell weaker than i his fit her to seek an asylum on a foreign shore, .
with the leathered species. I was till I I of :John de Valletta.The. I I.. movement would be nmde to organize the .
whole acquisition Bu! he this as it ', child! as I gazed with horror the dorsal fiiof the of his to sit asa '
miy wildling of : with a strl" yearning urgiig unhappiness baring I Duke of Orleans now quitted : Compan-tbo'c present, however subscribed -
It/ it certain; that the North flu appropriated 3 n:1In' a large siark! Ui the starboard quarter. of Louis the XIV. The Duke of Or. Iala.1 :
judge
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towards the woods, which it induces liberally, and assurances cia similar
Jai and went to Messina, in Sicily, gave .
to herself and free soil-and destituted and has clone for months. Not being )I I Though in the water, tllp perspiration di oj.| leani paid no attention to these remonstrance, invitation' from King Ferdinand. During his I I interest' being manifested by ibs citizens of js.
and excluded the South forev-, from ped fiom me like rain. The black was sir- and that his to I
( no .
everyfoot finding were
-d within the limits of a cage, it i* free to persll"i'IS residence at Palermo he gained tIle affections their county. 1
of California. Utah and :t'wleIicl.- king out like mad for the ship. uvaiLthe Duke de ChaiIres returned to ) '
rove at large, and has not abused its liberty. hil of ihe Princess Amelia and, with the consentof I "The Florida and Georgia Plank! Road
foftlleir dominion and their domain,-their Every morning it leaves its home in the cot. Swim Ned, swim cried several I voices; '\
<'ulure' and their treasure (age for the princely bowers of Cal) and as they. never lake black when they can gel \\o\ Orleans soen afierward verified the melancholy was married to her in 1809. No event of any Joseph Chaire, E*q", President, and ex-Gor. .., :

THE ENHANCED SALVE ov SL.'r PROPERTY, I there al the distance ofa mile or more, maybe whit anticipations (If his FOIL He was pit io material importance marked the life of thevong Wm. D. Moseley! Green H Chaires, Green 1 ,
MINUS. heard pouring forth its delicious tide of I did swim. and thai desperatdly ; the water death on the 21st January, 1793. Exactly; I couple! until the 181.1'Ij n it was Chaires Win. McNaughi;,John Denham, and : :' '"
TURonm A run ACCESS TO year
foamed, I easted the black.i .
TIe wing. Scaieely has the sound died away till past rne son seven months after the death (o his father the I announced in Palermo that Napoleon had abdicated I I D. Lsdd. DUCct3rs. as will lit seen by refer. .
Heavy as are these deprivation* and losses' i but could: not head(} him.. We both strained Duke de Cartress and General Dumoiirier .
the whining of its wings indicates i il( retur; the throne, and that the restoration of I ence to their proceedings published in another .
they not alL Had the been fairly i j every nerve lo be I for we each fancied: d I before tIle Corntnillee of Pub- :
arc South ; fur breakfast is 01 the table and .}blackej" fnt. [Were summon the Bourbon family was about tc take place. column' and from the well known charac. .
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dealt by" and shaied inthegetenitorieinproportion .i does not wish to be behind. On such occaj the l last tmn: vould 'n. Yet we scarcely 'ic Safety: t ,and, knoxving t the sanguinary' nature The Duke sailed! immediately, and arrived in I ter a'id ability of the officers of the company, "1'

to her contributions in men and money j sions the bird enters the window or dOor with I seemed to move ; (the ship appeared as f.rI ;''of that triulal. both instantly: (led towards the Paris on (he 18th of May, where, in a short I'j we cannot entertain a doubt of its CMnpIetion l' II

towards their acquisition consequences ol i::. ] the most peifect a.suranc-ju j< t as if the house I as ever fro/n 1f.t were both powerful I ''rutiei spile of the eager pursuit which lime, he was in (the enjoyment of t the honors I I j in time for the crop of 13ol to be Iraag )rted. __ ,

IIIIIP importance politically, and of incalculable : i was ill own and every thing in it, settles upon t swimmers and both /us swam in the French xvas commenced they both: escaped Ito the I lei which he xvas so well entitled. The return[ I. ihereuu..Xeirporl Times. .
"lti alt have teMilted; from he table from i way called: la braise, or han'r over hand in Uclgian Neiheilands, then in ibe possession -- ''
fnalcalr. : hops dish to dish and helps itself of: Napoleon in 1315, soon disturbed' his tranquiliiy : .
|It. ; have bad free ITnglUh. There was ) the matter ) invited -The i. .
Stlth \cuhJ access according; to fancy. After satisfy ing its I something if.i: Austria. Tie Austrian authorities and having sent his family to Eng Sentinel. .
to the mines with bereaves. and her ctiz.ns\ appetite it generally remain, awhile gambol with the Loat falls. and they could lot lower t/m; 16 enter service, but, honorably! reing land he; proceeded, in obedience to the command During one Napoleon' remarkable campaigns i'."

hating; ampler; and readier mean* uf \ ling with the cLidrc'u. and if it flies off again ;i her. 0> to take up aims against his coun'ry, he ol Louis; XV111 to lake tu! command, of detachment of:t corps commanded''
,II than all other*, would have. mi \ before dinner, is sure to be hack eie the clired info private going as a the of the Norlh. lit remained in this by Davoust, occupied the Ise Rugeii, which
thither earliest, and in numbers ufcitnt to meal i I, al..r you !' Oh, the agony ol that moment la and Cubleiilz! towards Sxvit.zrland army ordered to evacuate. They S'
I second il despatched, in order to gel its .iix Chapelle situation until the 24th! of March 1315, whenhe they were embarked i ,
have
controlled the destinies of Stetc..- : share I thought o! thing at the same at the but slender with that for. t '.
and il"tant. lime such
; what is very rf'm'fka,1C.! it has a every having at same resigned his command to the Duke of Tre. precipitation, they :
fhl' would California inevitably. and Utah I pencluinl for \ meat : in the in tier of least so it seemed lo me then. Scenes 1"1"t finds, and being hourly beset with dangers. viso, and retired to Txvickenham. Ou the got one of their sentinels, who was ported in 't ;.:
and New
Mexico, through the force position' I bread and forgotten rushed through my, brain wilh the Mademoiselle d'Orleans! fled into I retired absorbed in the \I
butler also, i is q'jitc at home, and I .'delaidt of Louis after the hundred in a spot, so deeply peru.
and ; ICP8, have become Slave Staffs, thinks j rapidity of lightning, yet in the mi'Ut' t of this 1I I with return days- .
crcurmta nothing at all of running off with a tie same country her preceptress la.1 I obedience to the ordinance issued, requiring sat 'If a newspaper Containing au account of r
nnd
augmented and improved the Soutb'l i political s'ice' of the latter comodity, if fresh, for Mr. I was sinking!out madly for the ship. Each iane de Genls. and met her brother at Sclat all the princes of the blood to take their seats | one cube emperor's sFlendid victories, as to' r.".

dominion and destinies beyond estimate! J lacklird's palate is still so unsophisticated as t, moment 1 l"ncier I could feel the pilot fish laussen accompanied him to .- in the Chamber of Peers-the duke returnedto I be l totally unconscious o/their departure. After !. >; )

or measure Now look at the coal l'al re.Mills not to covet salt. Its nocturnal roost is on the touching me, and I almost screamed wilh ag- The younger sons of the Duke of Orleans France in 1815 ; and, by his liberal sentiments pacing to and fro for many flours upon his f : :
upon the enhanced value! of Slave property kitchen ony. We were now about ten yards fiom confinement cf three lib he lost and returned the "
chimney-piece; and we understand, were, after I years rendered himself so little agreeably to post, patience, to .7.
Lor,coming from so vast a demand for Slave la. I by the regular hours i keeps, it is quite a pattern the ship ; fifty ropes were thrown tons, but as crated on a promise proceeding to the United ihe Administration that he returned to England guard room, which be found empty. Oa in. :: .

as such a field for its profitable employ. for young lodgers. The bird is on all if by mutual instinct we swam for the same. t States. where he remained in private life until quiry, he learned with despair what had.happened ,i.;, ) ,

11tnt would have created. The present mar. these accounts, a great favorite with the fam. Hurra they are saved they are alI OIl bis arrival in ihe town of Zurich the 1827. In that he returned to France and cried : '
"
ket values for men would have been 'rtLI.d or fly, and is a pretty creature as well side was shouted by the eager crew. We I Duke de Chartres found ihe French emigrants where he remained year in private life until the Alas alas I shall be looked upon as a ; ;
quadrupled-but intending to he I certaiulJ both grasped the at the same time a toxx'ard the of Orleans dishonored lost wretch
deserter .1
a a We saw one night last tope ; unfavorably disposed house I llexolution! of 1830. ; unhappy ,:0'
shall only estimate the average increase uponall wek on its accustomed perch,i and next inoruing slight struggle ensued, I had the highest hold. and the magistrates of the canton dreaded needless detail'tbe of that I am '
It is now to events
I conditions: at 50 per centum. The pres. asaln half a mile off; on the boundarywall Regardless of every thing but my own safely to afToid refuge to the fugitives, fearing the this terrible period which terminated in the His lamentations excited he compassion of r ra
numbers Slaves the
eat in Southern Statesare of Cally estate, we had no difficulty in I plact-d my feet on the black's shoulders vengeance of France. Quit' lug, therefore, as placing of Louis Philippe on the throne of worthy tradesman, xvho look him to Lia ,; .

.them elimate to be 3,000,000 and allowing recognizing ll! feathered favorite by its shape scrambled up the side, and fell exhausted on n'tietly! as possible, the town of Zurich, they France, and the subsequent' history of his house, did all in his power to console him ;,

average value of 8 100 (which is much familiarity and intellectual air. had, we the deck. The O"gro followed, roaring with (proceeded lo Zug, where they hired a smal These are so well known and so fresh taught him to make bread, for he was a baker, :' )
reign.
blow the present a"ert maket value) and say, discerned enough to I that we pain, for the shark had taken away part of his (house. Being quickly discovere they in the minds of the public as to need no recapitulation. and after some month, gave him his only !

we harp an aggregate valuation of Slave prop. were eyeing it intently, and, a if aware (four heel. Since then, I have never bathed in the j. tamed, by the Montesjuiou daughter, Justine, in marriage. Fire years \ 'f"

city free amounting to 81200,000,000 J to which a design, waited long enough for us to sea, nor, I believe, has Sambo ever been!\ ] admission into the convent of St. Claire, Wednesday morning at nine o'clock, afterwards, a strange sail was seen to approachthe fl

access to the mines would have given an take notes" regarding its demeanor, so to heard again to assert! that he would swim after neal Baumgarten, the Duke de Chartres proceeded the of the illustrious) was de. island. The inhabitants flocked to the t :
increase of 50 per centum, and added 8600. a a shark if he met in the of Eu body personage and discovered in be .
countries beach
identify it. It then few over the wal, andhandsomely one water.Cfiamber through the different posited in the leaden coffin to contain the re- soon ( advancing :

South 000,000! And of value for to the slave. properly of the repaid us w ¬es" own. -s Journal. rope, by no me ins well provided with means, mains. The whole of the family, with the ship a number soldiers, xveariug the uniform ,;.
now resul.- Ul lato it has been seen in the of indebted !his own tact and abili. of the French army. ,
atidjinainly and the coffin
company Abbe Guille, dfc., were "
present
the ihe South _
Through a'in of Congress, The I done fur bread is baked t
is another blackbird and we hope to hear of Galphins. lies for the means of subsistence..After was herm 'trically scaled. This coffin will be am now-my ,

000,000 required to pay 875,000,000 of the $100,. them both popping in some fine morning to What strange events the future unfolds. visiting Basle, wher he sold his hor. placed in one with crimson satin, and the interment cried the dismayed husband Justine. _

indebtedness which the Territories first leave lot few ses.Jhe proceeded d through Switzerland, ac. his An idea, however, suddenly occured to 'Idol, ,
have cost, and without one doit ofconsideratien hreakaht-lackeJ having begged I years ago Zachary Taylor wnu a I. will take place on Salntday, ( day,
recting as "one of the famiy"Ia Licutenan Colonel of one of the frontier regi. coirpanled b his attached servant B-iudoin. at an early hour. There appears to be some and revived his courage. Ha ran to bis

while the North for such a monstrous taxation ; permission which w-e are sure merits, an obscure and uneducated mir. Although The means )the unhappy traveller daily de. doubt as to the place of interment, but it is house, slipped into his mi if arm, and seizing t : _

wealth with larger numbers and willingly acceded to.-lumfric Journal. the first field of his military gory was creased, and it was literally 1 qu,'stioii whether still thought St. George's Cathedral in antici. his fire lock, returned to the beach, and posted ".

greater through .tortuous and iniquitou Fort Harrison, near Terre Haul, InJiana, how tbeyaung duke-should. labor for his daily bread, pation of its ultimate destination being in the himself en sentry at the moment the French .i
taxation
$ is .
000 of the debt, only to contribute 825,000, On Atheism,-&I had rather," says Sir many of the voters in (be Slate had ever heard when a letter from M. de Montesquoiu iuform- royal vault at Paris. were landing. J--;'

of though, through the despotism Francs Bacon, believe nI the fables in the I of him. ur.til his was mentioned: with ed kim that he had procured for him the situation ** Who goes there?" he shouted, l in a voice :! fI -

the numbert, she has applied and appropriated, Legend, the Talmud, the Koran, than the brilliant achievements lame at Palo Alto and of teacher i the academy of Reichenana SELF lA\!B M EX. -Columbus was a vea.I I like thunder )

entire confidtrtitn for that indebtedness, that this universal frame is without a mind.- llesaca. He lived until of village in southeastern portion ofS'wil.1 I ver. Franklin a journeyman printer. Sex- 4. Who goes there, yourself" replied one \
absolutely and, exclusively to herself) miracles convince hen mty years he Ii \'. was employed in herding swine, Ferguson In the bOllt.f' Who ?" .- ,
Tell me of Go never wrought to Athe. age without ever dreaming that he was to he zerland. Trl'eJngn! (that locality, was us are you fi ;
men the South of a civilized t!, because Ilisoidinary woiksaie sufficient President of this great Heuublic. With examined as ncy, and ultimately and Burns were ploughmen. Esop 4' A sentinel." ,
poor '
people under the un,-EXCEPT OCK LOVING to convince them. It is 'true, that a little old George Golphin the case was somewhat appointed, although legs than 2Q years of ae.He was a ilave. Hogarth an engraver on pexv- ** lIow'Jong have you bf'ori, nn giianl ?" lit:;;: .

thus BRETIIHEX have OF Till! J.BEI STATUS,-who Would philosophy! inclineth men's minds to Atheism ; different. He was an )bscure Indian pedler here assumed the name of Chambaud La. let pots. Ben Johnson was a bricklayer Five: years" rejoined our man.Davoust ; :l''

tier served any other' civilized people un. but depth in philosophy bringctb them back among the Creeks ahd Cherokees. Little du I tour, and here, for tho first time, ho J learnedthe Parson was the son ofa parish clerk. Aken. laughed at the qtainl reply, and I t i f' .
God'iprotection, and in the world's peace! to ion for while the mind side was the sun ofa .butcher-so was Wo in due fonuv to his mvoiun
Is there .eJ ; of man look he dream, whilst measuring out his fate of his father. gave a discharge, i -
a nation of savages, who strip eth fre.wale in the Cervantes was a common soldier. Hal. deserter. .tt': t '
aftr uJollecond causes scattered may some -when trafficking his beads and I lii consequence of'some agitation sey. tary _
gewgaw .
ping you f al| Lad and of boiler. I. '
( yOU la .q they them and go no further ; but decorate the sons and dau ulen of the ,Gri' ns, Mademoiselle d'Orleans quilted her ley was the son a soap Arkxvright .
Canted would keep the and tawny > Belzoni the ofa barber.Btackfttqne f1r: A Iawverwrote, rascal l in the bat ofa 4g:
barber.
propeily, yet when I beholdcth the chain of them confederate that the transactions he then retreat i at Baurngarfen, and retired to the protection was a son (
make you pay for it, five times the value at forest very was and Soul the of linendraper brother, lawyer who on discovering it. enter. 4
linked together of her the of Conti, inIungnry. hey were sons
which I i must need fly to engaged in, and his name, half aftet t aunt, Princess .- .
it j
century !
chaser 'was rated when you became the pur. Providence and Deity." he have closed his morta! career, would At the same timede. Montesquieuoffered *. Crabbe a fisherman's son'Keats ed a complaint, in open court against the tres. ,
True,the Corsairs ofifae Archipelago -- .holl to the Duke de Chartres on asylum in his the son ota livery stabl .keeper, Buchanan p sllerho" be said bad not only taken \ Ii
give name a that
Juo capture your merchantmen, impose a A man boasting in company that he had avery was to control the powerful government r political during parly a period house at Baumgarten, where he remained was a farmer. Canova the eon cia mason. bis hat, but had written his own name jq jt," 'T' 'Ir'

Leay"Leu the 1&010'1 on their resiitullon-but then' luxuriant head of. hair, one of'ho( fair of the next century. TrUb ,is stranger than under. the nam3 of Corhy! until the end of Captain C<:ok began, his _career as a cabin Hejixes 'em..A qnack advertises to care _

"ol ed to ransom i U paid, the propcuy is re.; damsels remarked that it was entirely owing fiction. Two events more eltraordinaryandunexpected j 1794, when, in consequence of his retreat be. boy. Haydn vas thb of a wbeehvright. amonglotber incurable diseases Marcobozza

baLllMe)'ou.globe Point ho me 10 a IeOl1e on the to the mellowness of the soil, .I have never been recorded on.lhe" tug discovered, he quilted the place- Hogg was a shepherd. ries, Abdelkalder, Ilippotamusv Potatoral,II jr j fit _

wouU submit to I be iou.' What literary men woulj The attempted to to America the Anti-renter like refractory efostat Infjanation of (be abominable ra :
t. dlHHkIJfhIcir a mua uawo on brilliant! page of romance. Nothing like.it i is : fugitive flOW go Why are 1 tt:
l'IUII.lug 1,1 hile this "hare in a rrcjfrtj looking at a bousu on fire 7JJowit ? to be in the "jailer, kivet e1" litcrnl'i're{ and resolving to embark at Hamburgh' hepivediti children Because they wout submit to pay. ions, Ager fits Shaking Quaker"isi>:., an d.J.al) \' !' _
the toil fund <--
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I .. .-..------.-- --.- -------.- only be wrested from us by the strong arm of Mr. C.ibell in his last letter says: the co ". n*'iO i kr* ow' to what hi* rihaldnr may run. The SfMiiel? makes itself !ridiculous; by the j lii answer lo: HMCI- """

p R. B. HILTON I & C. E. DYKE governmental power. And when that day lingcncy has happened In which he (Major vIa iuctisn af as Ihu: like Daljan., j tiiateir j pitiful charge IhMI hap: tlraencd .it with ; \\'d4biuigt.n Unit-,the t.er"ia patty .p' a' 0 r tJ
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EDITORS AND I'ftOPMETCRK, come, *, and com" it will! i if the pact is any in. Bard) i i. for a dksoluiion of ihe Union." We i,%lTe caon; :>t jfx-lp beiir amused at the' assume a mob. di course those who read this isl uses- Ihe langus'. which! !
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-L -- '- d-x of i Lifiitiirc, Jet it find us," in Ihe ex- reply NOT flO. The contingency has not hap: dignity i/tnir neighbor the Sentinel. Ifthf know that the charge i is not true ; but the I .Fhe' policy of tllp North i ill; which -t 0'_. if* ,

I Saturday, October 5, 1850. prp'il \'p language: of the venerable! Hi hnp pened. The hills reported by the Corn ruiltee render mre lo put faith in its revelations, tine may be aide lo impose upoa those of its i been hitherto so jucces-fil. has fa I! -

\ _2=. ___ = _:. -: .. ___ __ of Thirteen :\ ce.tain'lythint" that oftfcll the been to .u. --- \? DnEw, nt the I lat ditch, having tried evenpeaceable wlicbIajur Beard !o bitterly \oul : papers: readers who do not i:ee the Floridian & Jour. t Ibe South and thus weaken and I]

DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. end so properly ass-tiled, have: eninent fo courtesy, candor, fairness. Irtish-: nal.Ve do triunnh ?*'
remedy. JaDWITn AKM AND not( pawed.! : not c\f'n know to which of our h er. Thus ilu that ruin lm
ton: cO\Gnr.ss: : IITAKT TO DKFKXD: OfRSELVES." This! i ic Two of the bills! which have I'aaaedthtt: ( for fjness, ajd regard for the feelings and repti- articles the Sentinel refers, a there has been very pnle.( I.it not rht? I that these Or >

what you are. asked lodo ; and if by your the re-capture of fugitive slaves and that for i taUoti of others, the Florida Sentinel stands none that contained any threat of(be kind. I i I dissensions should cease ? Mr l'ic&.t.

)\! .T. JOHN BEARD.\ vote* on Monday next you wish (he North lo the dismemberment of 'l'cxas-are; cJiflVrent CO pic,ou,I ly in the advance. And yet the is probably one which we republkh below', I all our. patriotic congressmen, (tell us trriel iaal In

--- know ihis lo be your determlna'ion, sustain I from and )better than: those reported l hy the maligntnt venom which oozes forth from each suggested by that paper'd officious intermed. tllf'i divisions at home that prevent it i 1 I

,. I; FOR KtpnoTJxTAnvta FROM LEO : those men trIm sustain the cause oft/ie Souh. Committee. By the Texas Bill an adopted' noticew hich it 'bestows: on ibis press, gives the dung between us and our party. In this ar. .1 laining justice at Washington. \Vho our on.

t V./?. D. Mosoley, I j Hugh Archer, I Some" patriotic: hearts must r take! the lead, and Iwcnty.five thousand square' miles less v-ere lie to ;;fe assumption ofa virtue' it iieverdid and lice we have described a certain class of doubt 1r e do think that ihe tiros ta lt I
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Dr. F._ A. Dyrd, ..j D. W. Gwynn. I, if tin people refuse' lo sustain them, Southern cut ofjfrorn( Texas than by the Omnilius Bill. never an pos rss. So notorious i in its "anluf, Southern papers which have reason to fear come when the South should consider ha.

4 '. =$=::)-=' We-=::are= aatlioti7 7 -lo -announce-- :::.- DAVID S. rights! nnd independence! are not worth a groat Andit is this failure to get 2.1,000 HI mile of courtoy' and fairness to its political opponents, Southern indignation as the fruit of their anti- enemies all those. whose aim is to as bet Hal 1 t

I -:the inevitable' destiny of the South is writ. slave Foil which would have been given ibcm S ha','ery many of" I lie best t men"of Democratic Southern sentiments. We did) that keep
WALKER: a* t c.mlidafe f fl\1' R.-gi !er of !PftMic not say arty strife in her midst. We are !

I.andi', at the flection 1 OctoSer next. .hily 13.: J j ten as with a slJltht'am. by the Omnibus, that 'has called forth the free- party have for year refused to look I t the Sentinel is one c pkt ,
f'mcratSate, : Right men of nil pnrties soil wail which has been re.t>cllOt'd in our iiio its columns. It has pursued our candi- ally-but if the cap fits lhat press, we presume cratic ticket, why ? Became the Democrat ,!'
!::3-.ThPIrient4o1 Mr. M. P. PAPYnnowiceti&n'
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and all midst. Tie following is from one of their lIes for office wth:: an unsparing and merriess it does from the with
J"M a candidate lor the office of KtgiMcr o' Public -one 'to you the appeal i i" made.- pa. facility which it seem most alive lo the dungrr of the South tV 1

Land! July (5, I 1S30.: You sec and must feel the wrongs already [per- pets : ferocity. Wilne its assaults on the ..lamented puts it on, it is welcome to wear if. But all most anxious lo.ave from her impendingfnP; !

--.. ---. -- pet rated ; you see the dangers threaten'ng, ; Ihe "Freedom's banner trails in the dust! at Brockenbrough! either editorially or t hat we have said, whether applicable to the Such' seem? to be the fact in Florida and

Fellow all rlierish habitual( < citizens W c a you not rally with a uniled'oier SCltine no threaten. seems to have been the case at Washfo :
mile ot! territory have, in the last half ot I th toa' .
and hereditary love 'for the Union : hut if t i Is I in condemnation of that series of measures nineteenth rt'nlllrr.ln' an act of the America Florida have" not forgotten the ** XegroWitness i ng. It is a warning, a warning in its meaning (Only one Southern Whig ,Clingrmn-:all 1.rjoru 1.

the Unu'ii that our klies, bled! for-an Unionof wlich has Immghl the Union our fathers fratnod Congress been surrendered; tonlavrn" Aid Bill, with which that piper sought i and :warning in its very iron/* -addressed or to his name-voted against dlsrnrralericff!

rqual rights-an Union t., promote the to the brink! of dissolution ? Will you amid the clanking newly (forged; f'iter.we b defame his reputation. Witness its repeated in no unkind spirit (tn those to whom it is Texas.) For this reason we hope to se the

'" general "plf.ne-not that of a particular; sec. not ;gather around those men, whose love for hear the crat'en'ui'r of exultation.I attacks on :Mr. Yulee, of whom it s(3rl'.I. i applicable. However: the press in question r Democratic ticket successful. Iu

lion : an Union to .retire. "domestic, tranquil.lity their native South constrains them lo enter The Fugitive Slave! Bill which has pised, ever speaks except in sneers ami. I ''I i is welcome to the little sympathy ifs whining: J j I 'think would work :an a'ioni-hin suce cbange xrgJ i hf

I i ," and not c'"pto cipasc ut 1? 10 the horrors the. 'breach, and while: their hearts cling lo the instead of being an o-itrage on 'the Soufi like! d like. Witness its ,tirades against Gu\.rno appeals can awaken in its behalf. We IJe.1 the tone of public sentiment. Asthereciite; (

of a icrcilc (negro: ) war, eicited by those rrllOought. Union! they Hie ready to die, if need be, in that of the Compromise Committee, is doubtless ]C eleJ for its advocacy of a change in the lieve h however, as :long as it pursues a COlrtP'I it i we believe thai Imth parties would r> reaj t

to be defence of one of the best that could he framed. So ode of selecting Judges! of the Circuit Courts : so hostile 'lo interests Southern
q our friends. rights solemnly guaranteed: to secure directly S'Jlher it will I t totakhigh ground-that the Whi

*'I 1 lovclhf Union with a rrmmnabrrff1irm, which our revulutionnry sires' battled in that the measures to \\'Iichlaj: .' Heard! so :' lit why puticul irise ? The course of that obtain little Southern sympathy. would com up! to the mark laid down l hs Ttt

with j-ervilc "strongly; objected have not passed! ; consequently -I (rint is too "{ known the length Re-published! from and
not a or uperMitiou* reverence. as unequal: conflict with the strongest Governincut 'I throughout rnr tosf. Democrat, consequently there vrould! he
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n me great invisible: deity. I Jove it for I lIp I or. earth ? I t the contingency; has not arisen in which I and breadth of this) Slate to require that wrtbould "You Must Purge." no further difficulty! in perfecting 3 Union'amon

he is for dissolution of the Union So point t to in Such is the admonition which the Federal
benefits it HAS bestowed on us, AND SJULLCO a that 1 particular periods its hi.fr>ryvhich r I I r ourselves. However ibis mal be, and
It is no time to think of parly. A party triumph :Mr. Cabeil has made unfounded have been mtuked editor of the Sentinel, (lately I '
; an charge : bitterness of inectite lElfronstilured'
; : TI\tI: : TO Lon'T: TILL ITCIA: $PS TO in: ; IJ. gtrudian of t whatever may be the result of our present
rna)' be the death.knell of all that is ..' I Democracy.) addresses to the 1
even admitting; his course of reasoning! to be and vituperative abuse. Nothing ,that shall !lalor in future
STOW r.LItSISXD: IHCOMISTIIK DCSTUOYEK worth The should-be Democratic party. To which we say, that i itI I j Election, we still more*
treasuring. :
or orn rnAfi: AND SAI'KTY." WHO q-jesturti correct, which we last week showed! ) that it ,he Democratic party has ever d<'ne has cal'r I I i! i i. not the Democratic or the Whig party parr :assiduously! to bring about} concert and nni'y

JOHN Bn.utn.APPEAL : is "om: IOST ix IErcCr. OF ALL WKHOLP was not. But we retort upon :Mr.\ Cabeil and orth its commendation(! They are a set o I i tirnlarl} rhalnpl'c*purging. Democracy and I of sentiment! and action in the South.:

..... DHAU ?-and nor, Who ;.f to reap the I Thou the 11Ul"re I Whigi'ery; ba\ subordinate conj j Woof
-- -p-- 1- '- ---. say art say: lh<> rontin.gei ran'nou.uturt.8, whose only desire is to. llc'JI'ry : Whig second ;
- --p n. our our exertion
spoils' after wn: shall hare the ? j. Th,. for frit'ndi *
iron iclory the
I "id'rti, jjreaf question future i iis
TO THE DEMOCRACY. I /7 has arisen in which he is for a dissoln- kitten on the carcass of the to plunge i the future will show. We believe tbat
Great (;od! ran Southern men think (If aparty Srat'o lot Hank nor Tariff I"l as has been I ) thera ;
Sutler; us, fellow citizens, lo make one last r triumph when clouds, daik and lowering l lion of the Union 'if resistance means! as it !'he country into confusion: conspiring a this slid, "ills resistance or submission to "ril. are many who will. ;
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appeal; to you before; :going: to the! l polls.! OiMond. : hang over them 1 Can they with d.. iriuj-t i t mean, a tlissollll m." In his letter to Dilution! of the Union. In its abusive deii'in- slavery! :" and we ;grant: that in the projre." I| But we come to our extract? from the Conjti. j

..y next, jou will) cat! your r-iifTiages; ; for; j I fport gj Gov. Brown he said in the contingency of the (iiiioii of its opponents, it i< with.nit nn equal'it : I !' of that q-iestioii it will be absolutely ne- i i.l'ltarr tutionalNl :
truc'Ion'
in this ? ;
way: Crippled' surroundedI lhat there should
a Rpjiri'M'ii'ativc' in Congies and for mt'tnTors (passage; of a law degrading to our section," the State, and w! are very certain that tllpI' be purging ; not ?ii' j &This of party. has ham. f
with!, free soil cry
I -pent up within limits scarcelylarge Ihp Democratic: party, nor et in Ihe'lli !, pfrY.lary.
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of the t the ClliOIlll'ill and SIIOCLO br rli.isicb Vhig; party will coincide. with in South '
Legislature.; The gentlemen! ,' &&. n* ibis opin. i inil. Iozltlhc long t'nulh.' demo.
l enough for the breath of the population! : I j party' as such, !but ii: the Suulh There are[ ;I Iin
whose names your own Democratic fellow: S a hw Las been parsed in the admission Aslo the opprobrious epithets it applies; t to her iI-1 those (/ numb, I ems Snnfh ha, heliered. and honestlj' !
already in midl robbed! I tin we trust.) ,
your territory until that the and
ci'Izcns lmv presented: for ihep respectiveoffice' your of Califotnia, admitted by :\'lr. Cabeil to be (his pres, they are 1'1 the eflcrvescings of a I! whose heart are not with the South ; of J' i; so recently rights honor o
heart's blood and treasure el the South would be safe in l the
to s
your helped acquire I bar of
are uJ.xct) >ptionahl.,. Not one word I I the greatest outrage crer perpetrated. The heart: oenuloving with: wickedness: ; a heart'j'! whose energies are devoted to the r,fteadiioZ |j national de'm'Xjralic The th
with! the fearful preit party. j !
; (future, lit by ihelight her MibmisMon.amJ J I
of objection! can be uged against: them.- l up contitigPIiey"; then "II:!* happened in which J j'too timid to vent iu. imlice in any other manBcr I. denouncing those 1 j! of the South no loibt! wish: equal bonesr. !
of the : who : otherwise.
looming before The of ,
I'a-I. > hostility .such!
Even: iheir opponents have been compelled( ; ) to uj you, can I! l he (Mr. Cabeil) is /for a dissolution fftJieUnion. save in word. These it his a prescrip- is Hvi.t: be feared ; :, have, until lately, believed! llvy would! be saf" P PI'
m Mi lo IIe
you forget all I ibis, and I still dream: of PARTY ? l ony wliP :/ are in I.shave >
admit their ) ." So must infer from hii five light l ro use they its I. in tht: hands ofth national whig parly. The
claims we Iart2ua" are
high,:; on your suffrages! : and ; only weapon- Stale One dore tic foe i is worse thin '
O C?
Speak, men of the South If adherence
of awakens
to action them
recent ail 1
we will not nUllw!!: ourfcln's to doubt fir. a moment I So we should be compelled to believe from his 1 lid we shall not flIir its choice of (hose !![ a thousand fJt'it; enemies. Of such mn ;i C"n2rrs
leads of their common delusion.
jour (party JIJ away from; a stern d"'ler.I to a sense (
that they will not receive. your undividedfcuppor letter l lo Gov. Brown. But lo a change !_ I I jlirasf-s most suitable! to its depraved ;!; the South rbould will purge herself or be ;' ** As to rather issue, not sectional-not (
J initiation to maintain
: is taste'I
your rights, it not sui. forever ruined and the 4)fUrh /Q
?. But you are urged to vote againM;! Mr. Cabeil: ha. written another letter in which j I would! be cruel to 'l"ny the most inMgnifi. j I : day purgation |i nected with the great slavery question the
crdal to f't111in bound J i i :
I i by party ties / it rapidlv COhIili. (Mark ihe outburst' r of patriotic .
the nominees of your pany. because: having l he makes a square buck cut He not only I II tint of ihft inect tribe ,the privilege: of Lill .1 indignation io Jtnc"n against t one of t I! Southern Wbis and Democrats are not very :

\ taken behalf Once more WR appeal I to ihe lion-hearted has done I this, but the fact bat While tbcir attacks th! % d., these wide apart. There is no radical antagonism :
high ground in of Southern I ( M-ijor Beard! : annoy, y no fu.-ther I| (lit hearted !) In limes of party exIcitemnt 1!
.
the ;! Democracy of the State. You have. never has altnast far in favor linrrn. they find themselves opinion to divide them on national \
rights, electioa of its candidates en. gone as disunion DJ I I miy sustained plli.
may I I On the i of links and
frtheted iu, ___ ____ hv at hid._ .ihat l.nI..np I ol '?ues i
jour devotion to (Iht; Union and to 111 oar'10' .. IL.. .
3Jr. U. is made the -- -- \ n "
Soutbein ,1 .
courage: ;: your brethtcn elsewhere in I ground ot'tpecia] comJem I J I tf 'nuu. riffs,the penple of I the South are not wid apart.
i the of the South. You "The greatest Outrage ever Perpetrated. to thorn in that dar, which i rapidly drawing i
ihe maintainance: of:their rights even to a dis.! lights have always: I nation against the Democratic candidate !_ 'The politicians party leaders much dmJrJ!,

solution of the Union. This is singular I istood furemot in the battle. No Ii' appeal: as j : j ties in behalf} of an
i I lions-no fal -c charges of ,tllraiwrIelher speaking #f the admission; ofCaliforniH.! IJ-i' I inconcti\t1 higher but in vain. The people of the South ,
as it i absurd because if your South- : Again. Speaking of laws fir tie exclusion; |I cause, these mt'1 shall I( I ,. fo the bn'at
lie add* It is bn to bosh National .'
opposed
brethien in ; made by enemies North or S'Juh-no! aCpfr. of the South, from the an oijtiage against the whole i :aze popular Whatever fiatlering I I ways
,J can Jeorgia: clJncp.iIllil( they i ihave I Territories, lu said he indignation and Protective Tariff They are essentially ,
eions ">f motives abuse of fimntry.and not agninst 1 one partictilar; section! unction lake i
their
cause justify sece'kion from the Union, your or yr/ur cause would rot svlmit lo such exclusion. But 'I they may to bt'artt ; State Ui hts people and! cousf q'jeutiy upposed

they have a perfect right to do so, according -have ever caused you to swerve from your t these laws have passed! ; the South in fielded M"hata magnificent: idea is thi.d!, \Veven- 'j! the jrgared Southern of p their"ople! will not see themselves !: f" ail lat::itudnin nan canst rue:ins, of t he C'on- (

to the doctrines the fnthers of tie determination lo ask for anything that i is not from foot of the tire that it ha: never dawned upon any other: i slaves! : property, itript (If their;i stitulion. They bold correct democratic! doc.I r
Kepubii. i j every acquired Territory, I' without a : simple! like
iI I right, or to submit to nothing that is rind than that of Mr. CabelPs. But i h it a !rTe-a unto;I trine on all the old! party i-'?uf s. They cannot f
can parry, and we earnestly hope that ourvoirs ; wrong.j and what flaJ be now ? Last winter he used I hit the very grapple ui:.' aih In ibis struggle! : be and dilmct :
? it I r
"//10> on) :Monday\ next will I be given in such a 'j j You are not responsible for the present state of I the following Ian2lia '" : ( ( I true that the whole country i io'iraed is j I the South:! m7he! overcome : she mar. (hat thf inmf.d South again.to di"idl There i is hut one ant rantf&e: i.

ntttirs.: Had your counsel been followed! the in the admission nfCnlifJlill; If it we do not believe it t,) find herself unable to Qi
runner that the l Federal consolidation' party: j jbe If we do tamely l submit to wlnt is p'rcpo.ml 4 sue now t I the South. It is Resistance cri
i South would have presented unbroken front friend I is.it is because the Constitution il vi laecl! :i save herself from ruin. [But ibis she will be j ji } ) .
it the Whig party or other, will! derive an my from Torth Carolina (Mr.Clingman. i i Submission to Ami slavery.i
any able! do
i and we should have been spared the infliction .) sats we desprvp: to be whirled, I I fol;: in no other way can the North bi .i to and ibis sho will do-the enemies :j i '. The 2 rat cause of Southern flights i U tl

no encouragement from your verdict to persevere i i of the greatest ever t through' o ir fields)- our slave ItMllk,. r, I asthe imtfer stands. If then the Constiln-oltr"pt in her mMst-thexe she 1dllwl to a terrible I[ be upheld at all hnzirdd no matter whether ;
outrage
perpetrated" '
in encroachments on Southern rights to4: ibe ire shall m 'rll the deeper disgrace of bun: rim has been Mr. 1(oun'fblity.rc in no un- j j i Democrats or Whi !< loe seatia Corcjjresjj ::
Cabeil
t admission of California. You outraged i is in :
MJch an extent as to tecefiion from the have been kicked duly friendly spirit rare! Never was s(long. ; with that cause, :
coinj-cl j at erery corner of the sfrcrls, the bound j i (I hereby. In comparNnn great
I !I ;j to resent this : '1I
j' defeated: and it now remains for to trafch violation to the last! ex.j.'rcmity r-uftrinz; and patiently enduring a people as national Democratic natiuo. 3 3al
Union as Ihe only remedy for outrages loo': you gentleman from Ohio, (. Ir. Gidiling*,) vhofneeringly'lald I I t the triumph t ,or
and at the South. But there will be limit j ,
palling lo be borne. II i is surprising that 1 and va it. Stand I by your country, and bn us vc can't be hided out of.1\'I every hazard. Fie declared : a j' Whig parties, sink into contempt.
you | 'he !I.> their It is and
patience. not thing
would
do this if the Wilmot etfffy q
; prepared for the Hold IIL liul! P-ovi. .
should be asked to vote again your party on j jfucb worst. up the hands were \\forerer that they quietly suffer. Driven I t tI
''uf those who have borne Wo wonder if Cabeil afternili his 'put upon the om.try-and why ? Because \i The Prospect before u
banner in the to
ground' as this. We ask. the Whigs ofj i iI your ; ; desperation, goaded beyond endurance: their
Leon-Slates Rights men of all parties-are I contest. They ask Jour suffrages, nnd we late .submission: letter, did not f ar lo meet t Ihe Proviso: would violate! the Clnllitutifm-1 I wrath, long pent up. rniy show itself in forms I A Northern man who could only elpr ,
I
willing that thallCO feel that they will not ak in vain. You and ,the gentleman from Ohio, Mr. Gidding," What is the difference whether this violation I which all good men will regret. By our expostulations I unpopularity for speaking such truths, roi

you your votes next Monday : !'they may be defeated again, but tile North lest the kicks which he had: mvoketl! upon be committed by the enactment of the Provij iI j i and admonitions, (for which, how. i ij us recently of some of the bles.ings wblcb I tie,
: out as verdict the lime honored j
your against I i idoclrjne I will! derive no from those who should submit? might! be administered *[ so or in the admission of California 1 If ever we expect no ,thank) we would! gladly of the right;; ofa State (lo secede 1 III F encouragement your strug- r".1| prevent those opposed to Southern interests !
gles. I Be.; to him as 'one of the foirmost sistance be justifiable! airJ is demanded in I voice, one who knows what h
ch'es' t the from
you take away this right, what remedy hate j ; strong acquit lour? like men, among thei i:; bringing upon themselves their own ruin. i|

you for wrongs and insults! ? If(his he denied, !and ihe battle Southern rights and equality' submissianiits. Says the Jacksonville Xcics :, one .case, i k it not equally so in the other ?- J i The: world! is wide enough far us all : and all i ij i I says, the Editor of the Democratic 1l"Yie\' f

We would like lo bear from Mr. but slaveholders have the of has to'd the South (the dangers which await t
i will
: CalipH i going i
as it is by the Federal here, !: yet gloriously triumph. The Southern, Compar this language: with! his late ad. 011 ii Jhrrtj I
WHAT is i i ihe
organ jtliii t! point. It i is clear | where 1 they !Ipase. There ahundncp. her has announced events, not for
dress that he coming
j! people will not always bow their necks in sub.minion after he had done the things far\\ mutt regard: | ( i!
LEFT TO YOU ? How are to from very nr siltntions, the North abounds! with them
you escape: I ( ,) j
ultimate: ruin Your Northern: enemies have: j to wrong. The day will come when which lie thinks' 'Giddings ought 'to hav?1[ the ami.Hiol: of California as an outrage! on '!; from which doctrines unconditional *uhmisilon j| purpose of hastening but r.s a rae n.i I

kit-ked him and the people! of Florida will the Constitution, because in other I I \ possible, their terrific romummi i
will n oflrf\entil'
decreed destruction! they rise in their might and demand a ( way can miy be preached to the South with entire i
your and when it t is impending thinlc too !
|' ceM-ation of an agitation which is so 1 the North be outraged in that admission. Is 'I j impunity : in which abuse of the Nashville I!| tion. We ask our friends lo read what hi 4
continually
over you, will you gob the polls and fdeJj1.Jt.rately i lefctenir.g (heir and -gain- any violence done to her rights ? Does she Convention and all other Soulbt'r movementsis II says, and then condemn us if they can, for our I

vote that TIIEQI: is jto REMEDY ? their ruin. power, paving the way lo Thi!:* gentleman: who acknowledges lha' not gain every thing ? She has: the whole i highly nopuhr. Let these situations be: occupied. efforts to unite the South-conJemn us forop. t
Will! lo that : I When that day does come, you "he ought to be kicked th got But let not while in the I
you ay Georgia; if her people by Giddings at <- country in her free soil I any, living I posing; the bills lately passed, by which the
'. will it, the has no right lo withdraw from. a will then triumph. The men who now de. corner of every tre t.has the modesty lo ail 1 grasp-kicked the South, carry hostility, to her lo a point at which North bas achieved s a trilmpb.-
for South out out, and girdled her with, a continuous I her be exhausted and her fur- glorious
Union fiom which you yourselves may one flounce you as disuniouists and traitors, and you again jour suffrages' patiencevill |[This triumph, remember voters of of Florida

day turn with bitterness ? No, we will not sustain the measures "Jicb'ron and degrade From his slamcteusciation, alternate. line of depots for runaway slaves! -an'l bearance cease to be a virtue.' has been brought about by Southern dissension"

believe tbat Southerners, be they whlgs or the South, will be borne into oblivion, only to Jy blustering crouching, procUinvng: resislance -'' ha more could she expect ? An oll'rageI Voters be Guard the work principally of Southern Wbi;!

Democrats) in view of the dan ell by which be remembered with Marl the prediction ( at one lime and submission at another I I up1 the vhoJe country !" Fudge, Mr. Cal,- on your and that truckling to the Xortb, a.nd promise
!. Your constituents Falsehoods, and misrepresentations of all I of submission which leading presses and members
they are surrounded, thistLe Stand fast, then-never waver, and what can we but that Mr. Cab are not so short-sight
are prepared to deny : made.
bt'Jer kinds of thai have where
afloat the of the election. :
eJ to be unable are set on eve party every
ONLY AND LAST remedy now left lo the the day will be yours !Ia' ell, in his love of office, is ready lo profess n to see which section has I lo deceive Read what follows. It is the testimony of I
gained in the admission you
outraged South. The orcan of the Wbijf: --- ------- anything to attain it ? California, and I a Northern man against his Northern brethren
You will be to'd that kfavor
But we sec an reason for pursuing ibis which is outraged. There can can be but certain persons are I :
_ party knows but little of the patriotic: instincts controversy any further at I of a dissolution of the Union and
-
present. The Caution Voters. one opinion on that subject. is the South war
Those who look the
t slavery qneitioe
.
which swell the hearts of all South I upon
true Southern has been vanquished in the I
struggle. We caution voters against any report that only that is wronged, insulted and outraged and bloodshed The knaves who tell you now at issue between the North and ibe South
men when it hopes to cajole them into Slavery has at last been circumsciibed the f
sanc. -
may be circulated the h fler'a are the this, are the real disunionists would as a mere struggle for political
its slave trade has been abolished in the Districtthe on day oftLe election rights which are trampled upon, Tiy temporary
Federal
honing monstrous dogmas. In no :Mexican\ law is relied upon to exclude prejudicial to their candidates or their pros. and it is the merest piece of thread-bate surrender your rights to the Abolitionists, andthus equality or political ascendency, and 3b JIIO
more certain and effectual could the as a hobby horse, on'which to ride into power
o way us from the Territories, until such time as pects. Already has: it been industriously reported demagogucism to talk about the North being destroy the Constitution which is the only :w
Southern Stales invite continued and and afterwards thrown asidl as a piece
greater States be bond of union
: can manufactured as California was in this County that some of our outraged in California's admission. Why l lumber no longer servicable or useful, taw
encroachments than by following the counsels -Texas is called upon to yield up fifty thousand dates Cldi.// Beware of them stand firm .
to involves
be
resolves
are to swapped off to gain her presses and her orators look upon that ad. your hut a superficial view ofa subject ibat
of the Sentinel, proclaiming that the South square' mile more of slave soil, for a consideration .
and cast votes for those who will to
others. the
This mission ; your most mornen'ous present
The forever
is only as settling the consequences
or bo expelled from her terri- i false. question of
has for her own rrp-r
no remedy wrongs. And yet this lories : started to create divisions Southern maintain you rights "to the last extremity and future Not only is the lie-
Federal
by bayonets: ; and thus, as the and one who independence, and in generatons. If
any Washington
is the results
voice arc asked to send out the i ion.staked on issue, but other
you to .
circle of fire approaches us on all sides, red repeats it, does so with the full knowledge of City: ibis event, coupled with others, was Let no party feellings prevent you from votingfor still and bap-
\\orld vital to the
on Monday next. ARE you rucrAUEUTO I with the wrath of a Fanaticism born in hell its the men, who in hearts believe possible more peace
untruth. ,
The
-- Democrats are united ercry celebrated by the firing of cannon and other your you piness of the United States and the wortflarge. at
DO IT ? we are commanded: on pain of treason to be where and demonstrations will stand for the rights of the !_ between
up South extermination
silent." Raki'h N. our accounts arc full of encour- of joy l It involves 1 :\
( C.) Standard. lt *
'
Rut you arc told that new and startling issues agement. Rally, rl.a'ole cannot be -- Jacltsontille .News. t two great races mankind. *

and rallying cries have been introduced into I It is infinitely worse in Florida. Men\ are spared.: Every man: should do his duty, and Ruining the Democratic Party. It is only necessary to revert to the proceedings
Mr. Walker "
at Miccosukie.We twenl/
this ant'u.efbe>rc is no new issue presented not only held up here as disunionists and traitors we shall the State. The .Sfninrwhich ( has manifested of Ihe abolitionists for the last already .
carry fate have
all have heretofore said ears, and to the they
repeat we a. >
: consequences
before the country. You are not asked to dis. for denouncing these unparallelled actlof a great deal anxiety to induce Democrats at
l bout :Mr.\ Walker's Miccosukie No produced, jn order to perceive onc
solve (he Union, as your opponents would outrage, but they are absolutely asked to proclaim Colon Crop of the United States.-\Ve t to swallow its imported Federal nostrums, says I Speech. that they: tend directly to a deadly and ext r.

have you believe. You are not asked to de. that there It no remedy left to the South, compile from the New York Shipping List ; t that ibe Floridian &Jonrnal is ruining the impartial person who heard that Speech and minating war between the whites and bhcW

I terminft' whether Georgia shall bold a Con. no matter what may be the measure of the.. and Price Current of Wednesday, llth ult., Democratic party. We have better evidence" who has read the necessarily" brief version wegave in the South. ,
Sotita
vcntion or not. Georgia is a sovereign State, wrongs inflicted upon her by the Northern the fallowing statement, showing (be crop o on (this subject than: the Hoi Ida out, will say that it has been misrepre. A war between ibe two races in the that, *
Senilf-Jtr .r.
in q'
and can manage her own affairs without diej section of the Confederacy Our brethren Cotton in the several State, for the year ending own consciences and a constantly I Increasing ed in our columns the ribaldry of the Florida. er ter, States under the gradually maturing of thp abolition"5
auspices
Sentinel the
,, interference of Florida. You are not asked in North Carolina are spared this. In (the the 31st Aug., 1830. "ubsciiptioti list. These assure us that we are (10 contrary notwithstanding. and their allies. What a ternK

j I to march to the aid of Georgia should the entire length and breadth of their State, no 1849, '50. 1819, '9. loing our duly, and that pur course is npproved Or Ornithologists tell us that when the Ostrich state of things would hen be presented.We -

.J Federal Government, with its Abolition }Presi* man has been found bold enough to proclaimso Louisiana, 781,880 1,093,797- by our Democratic brethren. But the is pursued by the hunter i endeavors to % shall nol dwell on that it, in there 15)fl5pqclet1Cc i is nothing! '!
It i b sufficient
; dent, send its hired soldiery into her monstrons a Federal dogma.; It has been fluttering in the Whig here lo say *
territory, Alabama camp contradicts 1
350,052. SYS'JOG conceal itself' by simply thrusting its head into I the history of ihe past 1 that will afioid sp:
: with orders to lash her" people into left to FIOI ida to sustain !upon her generous( (the Sentinel. The Whigs II I merely a dissolution
quit- he
Florid, 181,344 200,166; were nevt'rvorse the sand, leaving the entire body exposed ; lei lo its horrors. It will not

You arc not asked to threaten aid lo Texas soil such advocates It has been left to her peo. Texas, 31,263 38,827! frightened at their prospects in this CourJy, The editor of the imitating this bird I of the Union, but a dissolutioa! ol the

in case her people, to vindicate their right,; lo pie to be first saluted with this off-shoot of New Georgia, 344,635 391,372: ;,ban at the present time. !ilanyoIthemcon.cede chine desert, conceals Senti/e his head behind an anonymous I lies of humanity. _

\ their own soil, draw the sword and throw England. Federalism South Carolina, 384,200. 459,117 I: the election of at least one of the Dem. signature, and from thence hisses : The Federal oigan repeats its eb!

; away the scabbard. But you are asked lo be" North Carolina, 11,862 18,041 naocraticcandidatpi. while others equally as out his bilious spite in 'n manner characteristic against c this Of suppressing tbe frtrr
press
If prepared to stand by the rights#; which ftre left MB. CA 11 ELL AND: TIlE SABATOCA B.ut.- Virginia, 11,509 17.550 good judges o the signs of the times, grant us of the assassin: of private e character.AWFUL. regard, lo the Madison resolutions, in I Ian3 .

& ) to you. Uy our dh'isiona-Lyli16tening to the His organ, on the authority of Mr. Cabcll. yif\\\e\\ "eresentin. This don't Io..,fc' as characteristic-, vf t the grovelliog and &.liIIC

i counsels men In our midst to be moderate contradicts the statement of the New York Total 2005,715 2,7'J8,596: though lridi3n & Journal was produc. .-To kiss a rosy cheeked girt, and I mind which control .iho columns of lbt P f'

: 1 and t temperate in our espreskions and demand. Herald .that that: gentleman was one of the from last ibg much it doe*,' wo, most heartily rind your mouth filled with Venition Red," further not 0
year, 511,881 L that forbids .
Dccr'asl wo Self
rtgret cannot cause a little ofthe and growing pale on it. Wo saw- a per. respect any >
of the late Fancy Ball at Saratago.: ? more greenhorn '
.!: -we have mfil'fed ourselves to be stripped managers Decrease: fiom year bt.vre, 250,928 I I I same t'rt"of ruin. do so once ; she fainted, and liC mizzled.! in ofit-nsive scarillfr.: ;



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$ tO the head.'d thi* aitide. If we would save ll.o CottOTl.- Grv Ordinary IJ $ "to't'll ; UCTfoN. Notice. Plank Road Meetings. .'

,J Arts nd Fd1ci Citixrn.' : Union, MVP tin Cor.stitii'ton, and pave ihSouth. -" 111 tu l'JG wxl Middlir-fJ 1'2 t I ti ; MidJlnjrJ. ON SATURDAY. 12th October, will be scl.1 behreo.ir -, A LL rpruvts. creth'or ie'itees, e-miled l. i9. A MEETING will be htld ht the Court Houv. n I

)* f ribe vhati'Vfi have hitherto I born Out pbI.' J. l'tdghts tn New Yorlf on cVt..n Jc.KAEP.IED. Auction R.jt.o./ J..L iriS'UMrvnr! ,)'l.envi-e inferr t-d in the estate /JL this city, on Mr.ndartlie 2Sih day ol October

The' time fir out !Iuus'hohi sad Kitchfii Furnirurp. Also "I Ri-lj.-rt < ic't-v. late pf J-ter..ri! C: a
II of ur State and National Cnuneilsii iral n s iriat'on*, Southern! ;tn in ( itire. dt-ces't-d. an- lierriiy noliuVt !t.i exhibit tIiir claim* Court, at ilj o'clockcr *nerer, if. the Court ,hill
large
tin 1)1 IIJC aimi f.tshiioiiahle! Waniio!>p. nd d maml-.vithin < from thudate tu'lh ia time, In. aoizf lo build a'Unk .. .
j3&nd. J a ): giPztl'ItrnneoI. '' thnuld rally lo the Standard of a great ai'I) to y.ar adj.'nrn ; rr ,a com.i'any .
&! %%'e are i1iroii llit mi.ht ifrl1 At the Methodist Church in ttii.eiyonTuesh BERRY & ROWLES, uuI.tersz-d, or the amr will be birjrd; and all Road! Irom thi* place lf> ThomasvilN by way

(1Lsa1rnI'- united mi&f.rn Ilepublican party." We mornin" Ut inatant.by the Krv. Traildin Stewart, OtPbT.IS5). 35 ,It ..latiionnrs.S100 persona iuilfhlfd lo the tsid deceased, are requested 1,1 t Duncanvillror such other ronte as may be fixtiluponrwith '
which fit* peculiarly
make immediate branch to Moniicrllo.
to a
tiarment.JAM'eS
F the take this position now when mir canvas isorrr Rev. GEORGE V r. PRATT, of She Fl-fid* Contr-
in T
continuity. Sheriff the the
frills Phsnge REWARD. : R. TUCKER, Alan, at sjme time and place. avin as
Cbne fc v years the course nf things; hiis been vet when no one can tell! its rc.ctslt.- nceanJ: 1'tnr of the Methodist C. Chuch in Ibis of Jefferson County and rr offirio Adra'r. reirt'inz meeting nhall adjotun another meeting

!Id ,nntnhlp u nl*iming. F *rtfsig! l has rity. to Mr-. M. H. HAYITAKD.C3 of TaI1te. Jefferson County, October 5, ISSO. C9 3m will be held to organize a company to build a Plank .
successful here-
acc Which is we hop
ever ,
pirty fl.oi4] to Q'li&CT. lu. ;. -
Lj'rrd Wind j calculation 1m been b? dl'd ; .iFOCLAMATION TOWLE & MYEES The citizens of Tx- Waknlls GadsJen.
JfTer
after lo see but one party in Florida-and that ; nn. ( {
Id juges and statesmen have gazed in t'rn.ptrritiofl Camp Meetinj. Camp Neciijg will Watchmakers and Jewellers son, 'fhma.s. Lowmles,, nd Decatur Couctica. aro .43.
,
* lit a series nf events so im| robablein not a Pomocra'.ic party or a Whig parly, lint rozamnre t the Bethel Camp Grounil, m miles rt'pcefahyinited! alte.id. **
the services
Jbeir) nature, *o rapid in their succession, a p-rty made of all the patriotism of both-a fnnn Monticelln on Friday the 1 tth day of ftrtnbor. HAVING ALLEN procured, formerly ofiscitr t euemer2. I' 'A JW tm ,

R tlO appear in retiosfiect more Jike the jilt,. Southern Republican party, into which nil Ministering, lirclhren. and brethren generally, andilit' UY THOMAS P.ROWX, they are now prepared l (fo Planters, look to your Interest t
than the actual phenomena. Governor of Florida.WHFREAS" execute all woik in the above line.wtth promptness '
o fancy pu'-lic, are cnidiallj invited. HEsnbscrber has some 1700 pair of NEGRO
,,001111 who true 10 the South be admitted in
are rmy and in the sati ficfor To friend T
mott (
ha
It been manner.
made known tome that our
world has been ami
ihe civilized suddenly GRO. C. CL.4RSE. SHOES,double! soled, ol the best material
Half full fellowship, witho.it ant inquiries as to was recently committed in lh> County at n distance, an early attention to all work vvhih
Institutions, most solid and previous workmanship, warranted, which he will deliver tjhe
,,roljtjnnied., of Jet>rsnn, in this State, by one DAVID E. M. may be forwarded to us, will be given.TOtVLE .
Planters Leon and Thoma
ot
\tn in their conteiture, have been swept a. political as ociation'. In a letter writ t ,. Camp Meeting. Camp Meeting will SCOTT, ipon the body of Aaron C. Scott, and that &. MYERS. dollar per pair. All nrletendd's.'esln* Counties$ me at at Dtmcanville one- fct i .

tr v. Fabrics which human skill had been tenon the 17ih August, one of the editor of commence al the Micro oukie Camp firound on Today said Dad, E M. Scott was committed to Jail to Sept"mber 2S, ISSO. 39 If Thomas County, Gtorgia. will meet wtli 4 ,

rearing uji arid !iiJa1iii$ have: the 23h!! >f Octohrr, to which brethren iu the await his trial therefor : And whereas said David prompt sffention. JAMES: POXDKH t
fj- ages this look occasion lo re-nark : at E. Towle it
MuJemolMipd ; and from their ruins another pipT Mini t rv, and the public generally, are intiU-d. M. Sclt has escaped from Jail, and i" now a fugitive Myers, September 2-s ISTi-X 3 I* present o'ir pending e'.ectiin! prevents that en- GttAMAM.CJ f ran justice : I AVEon handand are now receivinga new and

Hitherto! we have contemplated tries'1' chin- lire concert and unity of action which are de.sirable. ociotion will! meet ernor of theSiate of Florida, by virtue of the au Gold Lever Hunting Watches, LI. persons creditor legatee, rntillrdIrtbulion todi.,

ret M spectators. We Imve talked! 4)ftII'* political When that shall have taken place, ( The Florida DaptUt A thority ve U-j m me by lavr.df hereby olfrr a rewardif Gold Anchor Lever do A rr otheiwi!*** initrtjleil in the estis .,,
with the Baptist CJiurch at Madison Court Houe, ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for theapprrheninn Silver Lever do
convulsions in Kuiope: a being almgstnecfssary Hunting of WilliamVoofen, Ute of Jefersoi County. Plot'd '
I that shall! all
and am persuaded we come tojoth- Florida-on Sdtutdav befoie the second LordV day in 0"said David E. M Scott, and hit ste deliver} to Silver Anchor Lever djLapino deceat - tiuv of .
a season .
after
a peace er heart and hand, and that Whig ery and October rext. tf Sheriff of tranquility. Rut we did not think that any -Said David 1 E M. Scott is ab.iut11 years Gentlemen's and Ladies Po-nm Pinsa eeneral as- o theund'r4iguedor lbe ame will be barred ; and, .

mnvulsion could reach ijc, or any stotm? <)f distension Democracy will be. forgotten in devotion lo a of p, 5 feet(, OJ inches high, square buill, is nearsijh oriment of. Ear and Finder Rinz*. GU Guaidt and all persont indebted: to said estate are requested In '

disturb our repose. The ail of our cause, in comparison with which both sink in. $;G60 REWARD. ,I, and generally wears pectacle; hit hair is Kes, Fi4iand Yest Chains Seals, G.$Id and Silver make immediate pavment. .e'
sands and iirlined tocurl. lie \* very talkative, Pencils Gold PensGold and Silver Spectacles, Gold
afrtv, we imagined, was anchored too firmly, to insignificance." It is to such a Union that STOP THE MURDERER.) drink of ardent JAMelS R. TUCKF.R Sheriff f .
* pattinlarly alter takinz a spirits Sieeve, Collar aid ffcwom Ruttont, Silver, Pearl and of Jefierhon County and tt officio Adm'r. it', f*.
mid in a haibor too remote to be driven from our efforts shall henceforward be directed. C. P. HENSON, indicted for the His latgujgeis verY much like that of a low-country Shell Card Cases, GnU and Silver ThimbU-s, fine JplTer.'n,, Ceuntv.Septemhr 2S. 3'l) 3S 3ro T

i tts moorings by any rude blast or swelling! WHEREAS Robert A. Peatre, diili no tit night Georjriior Sm'h Carolina nejrro Faiis Silver and Buffalo Combs.

The scene of iletastalion has howrvr And we rejoice that in this movement we are of the 27th Se|>tembt-r, ls "(o), bieak; jail[ in 'Ihornas- In c stinrn5v whereof, I hive hereunto set mvhjid. Also French Mauls Clocks, Table Knives Tea To Parents. t! >

mirjjf. and ville and i is at large, t he ahnvesum of and caused the Great Sal ol the Stale Trays Piati-d and Silver Ware, Silver Table anJ Tea YOUXil GENTLEMAN
been perpetually extending realm after following KO distinguished, patiintic, experienced Georgia, now A who graduated HM7.X"jL .
; [Seal] ofVIorida to be affixed,at the Cpitol.inTollJia Plated Cram and Ladles .
his and Snoons: Spoww. Forks Soup ,
( otU-iL'd lor
O is apprehension deLivery ors4e.keeping. and has since been Principal of a floumbi ''C.,
ra1m has been dragged into its fatal' whirl.- a Statesman as the Hun. J. M. 6e, this 3d day of October, A. I D. lO. Plated White's do. Tea Sett. Catlors CJndte- .
the authorities
until he can be secured by Academy in 'ie T the Northern citie*. denire, topeml .
current has reached us ; our baik is being THOMAS BROWN, Governor.By sticks Solar Lamp-", Silre* and Gilt Girandole*.
The Rcrrien of Georgia. I of Thomas County. the viinter at the S'>utb, and nld! like to
rarrW forward by the stream, whether to be On the niht of the 2d October, the nid ;!Iens n the R'nrfrnor-A ties' : AUo. fine double ban el led Guns, Shot and Game teach a limited number of pnpiU. It will be a (*- ;i

moored again in safety, or to be wrecked and The .t'e! fioin the plantation of Hubert A. lV.irre, a sor. C. W. DOiVNIXG) Srcrttary of State.Orlolier Cas. and F'lak4. fine pocket Knives Potte Monniet, vorable opportunity; for one or a few families toavaifthenvelvrs -
Seventy-Five Nays. 5, is:>0. 39 tt; Seit inch. Port Folios Violins Claronets and fiie Razors
Flutes .
,,
little Ijme uccetsful
ret I'oney, with a blaze face, a inlheoti. of the services l a and popq-
lost forever, (;tod only knows. Our character. The vote in the House of Si &
Representatives fltj.int. Siid Ponev in a natural racker. Sail Henal ; rots .c. .Northern in.'trurtor. The most saliifartnry recommendations .
iieiliai| our existence as a nation, is staked on the Fugitive Slate Hill presents the f state; ou o on the -ame nihit, from the wagon of said Regular Meeting.A Rest quality and general artment of Perfumery" can be ive'i-will come South s .

tipon the I'KS-UO hall not lie hereafter what heretofore we have of feeling at the North in un alarming view. lote-no other inaiki lemcmb,-ird. > '5 iJLJCo. lwihlhe held at Ma onic Hall th'n enIemr.r2
lieen. Either we shall rise united under the It is amazing that 75 out of the lOG Repre.oentatives Ii-scriplion.-hienson i is suppose J lobe s me 30 f\r\ everini at the u-ual hours. Jirethien will ACADEMY. cf pupils to be taught, compensation, i.c., will be ..
y -ar heavy pressure which j is already felt, or wethall fioni the non-slaveholdin Stater, well made, of sallow cnmp1eion, -* ndy hair, keen, By oner of the W. M. City Hotel. September 1*. t.i."A 39 4?*

fcink beneath it, divided, humbled, and should unblushingly avow them determination sharp blue ePShigh cheek bones, altogethrra man CHARLES E. DYKE, Secretary. ii RARIMT, from the Academies of London andiL

disgraced. The question' ul i iue is one that of cond personal appe race, and of good ediration. October 5, tS50. 39 Paris, lucIa lenve most respectfully toannoince For Rent; .

involves the the prosperity and thetsppne.s (V) deny the South a Constitutional ritt} and Said Hemon, \vhea last heard from, was on tkc road that at I thesttlicitafionof many Ladies aid gentlemen 4t4 9'ltEdwefling part of the Crick Emldn! !

peace moieover to San tio.j: an I uphold thievery.Thi .- lr Tallahassee List of Letters <>f this city, he will open an Academy at the above ':' JL at the corner of Adams and Clinton
of our whole! Southern country ; a J \M ES L. EVERETT. JESSE S. EVERETT, T> EMAINING! in the Post Office at Tallahassee on place,, about the l.trf, Decemtwr, for instruction ir I tlretts, rommonly known as the Bartlett .

qiicbtinn involving] alternatives which no liu.tnan < precious doctrine personal robbery and i\\rnr KORXEGAV. MARY M. PEtRE.II. the 1st October, IS5U' : the elegant accomplithmenf rt Dancing. Buildin, ," with all the necessary out houses and impruvemrnfa. -

foreM'ght can determine, and to the final violatiou political! faith these men would Mis- R. Sir.VAR: DUXCAN M.KK1NOX, Aikin, Jackso.iAlmor I Holdernes*. J.imos Parents sending their children, may rest anred The house has recently been lepaired. .
result of which, wise men will look forward \MKL McKIXXOX. JOHN \%'. U'KK, Jjii Johnllumphres18 that no pains will !be spared for their improvement.Mr. [For term, &.C., apply at this OtEce.Sfrtembpr '
-'. < Howard.
lain al the hazard of a civil war THOMAS: AtMJr.. J. C. CR-AVMXC$ R bog< leave tn. fale thatheitfurnithid will!, J 11. I'uu4) 3G tf .
tint without fear and trembling. Out oak s*>. Alton, Robet' W ; Samuel .
lettert of recommendation
from
What sort of Union is this ? Can th HGXRV RrFF. DAVID .-LlEfl'JAN. rrunv highly respectable '
?
a
Bull.ch, NitM 11 UaleMi< S AfldrIootIi New Goods.
curhy. our only faMy, is in the ledeemhig Thiomi.; Conn1\Ga., Oettb.r 3 i, is.in53' t -It S Mrs El zabeth families testiljing his qualifications tor the
principles of the Constitution. That instrument Soulh; be in political Union and social con. W I Ibstifius, 1)rcufpcsi nfl. a large and carefully selected stock of
Urown, J B Her, John S OPENING
provides a legitimate remedy for our nection with robbers of personal I Mr. R will f each the Lincer.s Quadrilles. Caledoniant Itritanh, and Bright Metal Ware,'
propeiiy, Receiving from New Yorii Karrnneitu, II K Johnson, A S .
the Mazurka La
Gillopade, Waltzing, Span- consisting in part of Tea and Coffee Pots, French
p-ievatices. WE: s IIOVLD 4 LING TO THE IN- traitors to the political compact, and inciieisto A FI'LL irtmonl of Staple Goods and froce.rL llerry, J.imt-sF Jones, C S ih! Dancing, Fancy Pancesand the Polka Dance, Coffee Filterers. Pitchers Candle Slick of different

TKCKITV Or T1IK CoNbTITl'TlOX. Cling to disorder and nvirder ? lIthe desire to ries, r\e ,'

the intfiiutiotip of our country. These ate pre. P.rotvn Shirting i and Sheeting*. P.rya i, J L Johnson, Further, particulars can be ascertained it the City Caanisters, and a variery ot other articles \\hich .

our political ARK of safety. That aik con- serve the Union had been as strong among l lach| do. do. Calicoes, r./tlUtt.U' Jameson Ktl.AD, N A 2HiectI Hotel whose private leon may be had on application I hey oiler tor sale on reasonable terms.

thins the cradle of liberty in which we were the free States as it has been among) the slave \Vond and \Vilh.vVarc, Rev \YIJiyan KedJ 2 toJIr R. Snbsciintion papers and terns heft Also, on hand a full and extensive *fnck of Tin
Wooden IJncket!' and Tuba, al the Rook Store and 'sentinel nffcce. Ware of crfption, manvfactitrtd here by
racked, that presences the sacred urn where Sta'es the Fugitive Slave Dill would have Fancy and Common Soap, James King, S D September 2*. 1W). 3S tfpTpT j nxl workmenand every lair price ,

i IIP ashes of our patriot fathers niou'.! *r. Inoing passed the House unanimously. That it did Spettn and Adaman'ine Candles, Bcmbrv Bai,low,,John Thorns Kin Keel-ey, A, E LEWIS; Lead Pipe.Sheet! Lead.Copper, Zinc, and Cisterns ..

to the pnlig of the coin'iig' flection, o Pirowu and Lot Solar, Krown" Pnmp fir sale. Tin Ro fins, Gutterin, and Job
in defend (this aik ; go to triumph as the friends not thus pass, and that there were so many Nal: Spanish Cijin; aborted Candies, Burlhlot.J, W W A 3 Key, MicasrerLeirinon, Wn LOCAL DENTIST, Work executed faithfully and with despatch. .

Ri", Lsgnira, and J tva Coffee. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.S3 T. WHITE fc CO. j
votes nfzamst jti is conclusive evidence that the
liljprty of order ofrigat fall Chaires, Ilenj Lenard, Richard
or as martyrs.lo On hand-A supply ol Kentucky Ibjsinz a-ii' RaleRiipe : Rooms between Judge Ua'lzell's' and the PCS September 21. 1O. 37 tf .
the present political contest every South- Union principle and feeling ate rotten to the Fl.tur, Bacon, Rice usar-pwed lam-, Carr, Dr ThosWCrosprnan Lid! Mrs Catharine R G Ofiire. September 7, 1S-V). 35 .1
S N Livingston,
New Goods.
era: tnan chould go to the polls and he should and hird, &c. JOHN McDOIJGAtL.Ortohii .
; core- we may glorify the Union, and bol.Uer Coleman, Mrs N A W Levy. Almond
gn S11bUt t regard to former part poliiics.Hshould .- i. lSi; ). Cason A M Moody, \VChaires New Goods.GEORGE I'IIE si'lriber' is now receiving per Suwann e .
and patch a sickly till itt
amor
,
up jialnee and Elizabeth from New York, and Wm- RPtlfps
vote for SorTiinnx Mix: -men who Chas P Mill?, Ann A H MEGIXXISS is now receiving a full -
'viii! defend and >h links to the shadow of what it once was, Copartnership Notice. Church, ShiloL flaptit Martin. WMaxwell. of GOODS sui ed to the seaton.'vi/ :- fiom New Orleans a foIl supply of GOODb
our rights
our priiilegeg, our i fed to the season, viz : :
while the influences This E undcrjiigned, havinc a 'ociated theTiielvpsJL Craig, -ohn A W C Blankets, Kersevs, Mats! Caps Coots, and Shoes. MT
inMituiioHs. Our present prevail. andSf.I-cuIs .
Southern Slates have been, Flour. Genneve beat brands,
together for the purpose transacting General Clark, Hush May, J E OX (lAND, .
and still are, too widely represented by Nor. vole' shows, what we have heielofoie asserted, Itlrrcantile Husiuess in this city, tinia the 'hairt, MrM rv C M'>rsj< n, Miss J AMa A good supply of B: Z2insf, Rope, Twine, Silt, Bale Rope and Twine, -

tlicrn rrrn. We have heard too much, and that the Union i is already dissolved for namepnd M\f| > ol HEIR & RUST, have opurd in CIez i J H tin, FT 2Crawford &cT:, arid all other articles necessary for the season.G. Gsupeiior Double Burel Guns, '
so
as Smiths Anvils, Bellows, Vices tc.CoUee
the Store next to David C. Wilson 4i
had too much of what are calied Xarlhe formerly ccn- Archibald NickJ R 11. MEGINNhSS.Seteab.'r .
n tiienviih Pouchons Tea, Br'fJer Crackers.
fraternal feeling is coiicorned.If jed by James M. Williams: and wnihi s-ilicitfrom <
R
j Clt1d: h1eur> Oliver, mhi"s N 2 0. S3 tf *
Southern: principles. That thete lsf Rice, barrels, halves.and ( No. 1 McLcreT,
ar a- $their friends and the public geneialh a share olnaf.Ttmw. Culberson.Thtts D PudnckMi= tnongst us many Norhern! men with Southern we are to be held logelher by the GEORGE X. HER "laikMi C Partrick.E} Ready Made Clothing. No. 1 Soap, Sperm Candles,

interests, none will deny, but the phrase; is better force of law only, let the South see lo it th.it July I, icro. 39 J A AIK S. RV>1 Chaires. R ii C P Paiker, Mr TUST received from Sew York per Scnr. Elizabeth! 2 Patent ca"n Balances sents
understood by leaiing ofl'( the principle.! o indeed have law-that the principle of theCons'itution --- New Goods Tarmac, Fred Roach, S W J J a good tupply of READY MADE CLOHHXG. Calf Skins, Bridle and Gin-bdnd TxialherV ? ,f' *\
Mr t tCaon.John R .
Collins J J Roberts
The question now nt issue between the. and for tale by G. H. MEGINXIS3.NCTT Well B-Jckets, Wood Mi-atnres, Tabs
enforce-d and that
are sarred instrument .
2
.t KIIST lb'gers.SG
receivinz
arc now by pcent
North and South HEIR 1'O. 35 Ame''zpadcs and Shovels,
5 not simply as regard* restored to its pristine health and vi- (torn New Yik stinl New Otleji*. aRentrsl avidor, WHavidtnn 7 Row ell &. Whaley, Mess An inroiceof IJai*,
right or wrong of property tcs'.cd in slaves ; n-M'>rMt-it ol sueh goods &s are nei-ikruin ) RS RobersoB, Mr Goods. 5
and Cott-r.
Silk Uunbrclias"
hut it jg g r. If this cannot be done, ws< should tik Roberi-on, Mrs A C
R M
wheiher we will I lie. shveholdeis, or thi- marketc- # in patt ofi'acon Denn, TUST received bv late arrivals from New York a lintiJ *'

ent cf GOO?, cot'.i-tiv.g i "1 On .. > *
of S tlr,
A zod Bacon &r.
supply ,
Raprinff.
Hiox\n, (:'iiulnd.and Loaf Susrar, Jevane, J J Randall, Phineas < ,amV .
hall have the privilege of voting, iA f legislating becomes an intruai"nt of oppression and Rio, Lt nira aiul Java Coffee, )jvi-s, MC Stanley, James 7l>iO) yards cf Negro, Kersejs10W all clfiT article nece tr> for the trade, fr which. ,

and of governing ou selves ; or wheihertv wrong. Bale Rope and Twine, Flour. Lard, Tobacco, Iuval!, R Hupont Srniih, Mist Ella bW' pair r.lankets cf Russet, Brogans, fair prices* will be taken, and the same eiven' I for.

shall re M g u the light to act on our own Snap, Si.rri!, Sperm and Adamantine, Old!*, ) C H Simmons, J S 30 Bale Cotlr.n Csnah Cotton or any otherarti.Ienfproduceoffered in themarkft .

J'Hgmpnt and volition to ihe l. ug boasted; su i We trust the Lr Malure will, at the Session Imperial and Rl .ck Tra, Pimdrr, Tin \Vsit, tuttou, .1 Lay Stephens, Uerry 30 of 15iownShirli s< andShcetin t. J. M. WILLIAMS. "

junior uisdom anil iatdligcncr of ihe .Ynr//V j in November, make arraem'nt for cors'ilta- And j Rood as4rImnt ol Cn>rkery, Gla s and StoneWare )' Guy Stewart, BurnettSir.gtrlituti.CPJ AUn. a general supply of FANCY and STAPLE September 21_ 1 lR''). _37_if f__ .
anH Krtiturky Dttrt'lte and Gun .v-ns, D L ,
But ihi i is not ail : the people of the North, in j lion) among Southern States, and adopt some ii5r. which they will %sell at fair pi ices isy hog. Ivans, Miss Mary Statloid, Polly C GOODS.! assorted Tobacco New Stoves.JUST .Coo'iin Parlor .
t>) Kegs; receiving from New York ;.
their Mipeiior( wisdom, muei not only take judg. I pan of security for the future-nor let the October .',, t lSi'). 3C* .Ui*, BarnardF.len Smith, Mi-s V A 75 '' Ndilt, .. Air Tight Stove oJ Hie IPO',I approved patterns

theft and volition from us; not onv! legislate -- r. Eli/.a| Smith, J M Sick Turk's Maa I Salt .
and 2V> aru! latent stvles. Call ar d INaminethtm.T.
safety security of Southern' rights depend Removal. Fvaas John Simpson, Thomas 2 .,
,
1'T tis, not only send their phus preachers to I 3'/' *' Lveipool WHITE &. CO.

instruct us in the pure docliiues "f XLoIition, on the contingency of a Cntrr-boulal! major, r'lee'.ing Faiumr ,Thomas Riclid Smith Thompson, Mat,shall Henry J2 3 i RarreN Xorthem Family Flour, Ser_>tem?,er 2t, 1<.-.">f> .?' _tf f, .
-- --- -- --
nnd < ur slaves to insurrection, Uit thoy muM ity. If there is any doubt of the public, senti. BERRY & ROWLES F'cr&and, J5ues Tice, Win M 100 75 Coils Sidet R'f'Rand,Leather, CITY COTTON \VEIGHEIL ,

til bourularies to our StHtes, and set limits lo uncut on thi matter, we hop* our citizens will JJAVE reinovtd, recently lo erected the new bv nuiMitigon R Minroe FlcJchrlrL Thompson, EW lJ( ) pieces Kentucky Earsins, for sile bvLETTON rpJIE! undertis ned PUBLIC COTTON WEIGHER. Pt

our teriitoiy anJ then, if a Southern member A Shine, -Vjr 1rceiusi. Wil'iam Thomas, Richaid & 11GGS.Ster.her J. .for Ihe City Tallahatse, havinp just returned,
idraw up j>elitions to that body, a'kitig, them where, ni addition lo their Auction and ComuVwiionCusiness J Thompson, W HThomjoon
R
thing
say any Hgaitut will keep cenctal 1 E'Too
a M
nrttiienl of Mist
to make arrangements for assembling a Con. Geoifc, R.bertiarnrr lured, aifjmfC'i atfil certijltrl bif Ifif Jii-ptetor ofcalf's .
rnpRsures, the cry of treason i iti raided, < r we Groceries and Provisions. ( Chas VV HKlenough," W II Iw Goods-1850.F'HE tni.1 H'rigM of the -Vrtr York CwtotnHtm
are told that .Mr. Fiilmore will stud l araiediorce venlion, which shall be composed of legally J Wells, Mrs Muitt.d
( Grace
an ; They have (Pit hand at present, ' into the heart of our cotiutiy to Ueep us constili.ted' members, who will appear in the Ragging. Rupe. iiiid Twine, Wells, J 1'Grant nee. -i-"Danit other vcel Iron Yew York, bn>

*]''iiet ; or to alter, or to establish bmmdary character of ihe Representatives .f Sovereign I H.IIIIid.s, and Shi>uliier<>. ( Jttri 3 William-, CCWtlch E a fall stock ot the above, which, added to tht-ir present the Depot or at t any place within the limits r>t th -

lines to our tater, US suit hi.; will tinvillofiiiA I'Atra: family and nupertine FI nr, GideoasCJGraiuMinpr Mr will conpri every article usually wanted in a City at lhe-horte- notice. It: conjunction with the
may 'r States, convened to consult on matters relative CUril'il, L.,df, and lirown S'jr' A D Williams DWi Southern rmket. Cottnn wpfahine.. he haa hre Turd i i-t the rear of 1
fiction. And we, niusl pntiiotic Sin-k. and Dried Beef and 1'onuea GregeryMr onSF Me K! RKSEY arid WI 1.1.1 A MS' STORFJ S wherp.e -
the Great care hainz !been fa\en in the selection,they --rs.
men, euliuiit to nil thi*, and mct-kly kiss the to general welfare and common safe. Me4. and Prime Pork. For sale low. Glns Tn >masGadJif White, E MWiUonW will De prepaitd J ei otTer the city and counfrv trhc! will, receive COTTON FOR WEIGHING OR ON .:

rod. and vote for Northern men to f fi 1 every ty of the South.We Ototet r>. ts.v). ny It Daniel R ana.. rlinent of STAPLE and FANCY GOOD, STORAGE. The snhsrriber'a strict attention and

office, whether iu oar Slate or National Councilt. are of opinion that two should Grace, JamwHart Waid.AF which in vat irty, sfvle, and quality, will not be sur- x!>erience fir the la>f tlree: jeart f the Depot. 1ol
points GREAT BARGAINS AT AUCTION. ,n.-ld. Thomas Widens, JcsteWalktr pa tee in this iarkrtnnd sell on as liberal terms as will he hopes bring him the custom of the Planti'rt > t

be asserted and maintained : 1st. That Con. Hall.GW A BWtlls establishment in the city.BUFLER. and Merchants generally. Office in the rear of Mr_
We are told by the North that the woik I ink ins Mieheal Richard| ant.
be found
WEDXESnAY.ihe Octnvr.tsjhl! & DEXHAM.Septeml Kirk.'e's store, where subscriber may at
sold
has
U but begun." }\'c Micrc U. That spiiii gross no power lo prohibit or establish O at the btore occupied; by S j'. RURNEV K Exi I HoltierneV.'illiam! Walters, Kliza;! ] > -r 2S, t'K 3S tf all times. 1' .

that wwtH abolish sliveiy in the District of slaiery' in the S'ates or Territories. 2d.- the balance of his sIi:k. coiisisiin ol Holbrook. Uowfll Welborn, .JC CHARLES A. XASIf. .
'
Hendeison! Fred 2 Whitaker, Miss J II V Lands and Pensions. Cfitton Weigher.m .
Columbia, in open violation of the Constitu.li That secession, for cause, is a positive and in. Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Hard lloski-it, W F Whitney, Joseph Bounty >!, tcO City tl '. '

n vf the United Slates, that same spirit herent right of the seveial States.ion ware Crockery Shoes Hay, C D Wall*. John npHEundeti-igned.havinr made arranzpinent with '
Hats
would, carried out, appoint Governors hl'ilzing. &c. I HendersonMrs Caroline Yuunge, AbsolomHod. _L a competent Agent in the City ol Wa-ihitigton, NEW SCHOOL. .: ,.
lo Commercial. Terms-All sums under $V), Cash. All are now prepared to take powers of attorney lor the subscriber will ..
lIe
sums 7th
each of B the of OCTO3ER
tfce Southern Slates, and make all of over frjO, payable 1st March.with approved ecu.itv S...;*;Persons, calling for any of the above letters, collection of Uonnty Jjiml Claim* and Pfnsioiit, O open a SCHOOL in the Basement of the Court
ihem dependencies on the North. It is UERRY & and will urive tht-ir strict attention tn (lie same.
a spi. ROWLES. advt-itUed. The community maY.
will they are hlonuac, lor boys ol use.
The South and the Xorili.-The lleaocSay ; any
fit the vilest with which any nation can be following October 5. 1S50. SO 2t Auction 1 MILES NASH, P. M. Address, McOjJEEX McIXTOSH rest atsared that his time and best abilities will be

Cursed : it is the spirit rf \\ rauny and which' we find under the head of" A Cow pro.7flSC. ? October 5,1S50. 3J 3t JarfisonriHe, East Fla. faithfully employed lor the moral and intellectuaf

"ton ; to spirit of the old 'SalcnYUchfrafl oppres. ," appears to illustrate pretty well the rej. Land for Saic. CIIAS. W DOWNING. advancement of hi* pupil .

'he of the ; alive positionsot the South and No'lh: ThIESEof S E 4 of Sec 27, i in T 1fl l S and Take Notice. Tallahassee* FTT iila. His terms of I nit Ion wil be madeknwn npon ap
i-pirit Alien and Sedition IMIT J- 2S, IS50. 3S If [ ]
ut W. September Sentinel
Mn One cold night Qua sice woke from his coi.laininfi: foity acies, well wiMi.led, and OFFICE OF SECRETARY or STATE, ? plication. JESSE P. SMITH.
Adams ; the spirit .f ihe old Saylrool: adjoining the City of T-illa'iasce.', Sprutemher Qt.> tS..O. T7 '
sleep and addressed his shivering l Iwd-fellow APply to Tallahdtire, September 27,1S30. J Lost or ?lislaid.A _
Platform ; the spirit of 117/mofV/ Provisos : October 5. 1S50.M A. E HOC. following amendment to the Consiilutum, -
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; "Hallo Sambo I NOTE payable to James L. Sweet, Executor of BERRY &. ROWLES,
'i want halide cubber- THE
>e spirit of the Missouri Conform Rill at the last weasion of the General Assembly
; in .1 in" For Rent T. }t. Freemanor bearer, for nine hundred and Asflicaetrs anil (Toniaissidn! Sefthants and
short in full force and effect, and the Inspectors -
> it is the dissolution and in now
sjiirit of death dollars and thirty-three centsdated November
tw ; IIo ? Qija&heerrn got more nor half al- /t 'T HE House now occupied the of the Ekclion to be holden on the first Mun- fiftr-three Cotton Urokrrs.pH .
f by
} underJ.
of
peace, and the avsassiu of all social 10. lil'ihuie on the first day of January, i
enjoyment. Don't ready." ;:iH; siirned for a Store amt Dwelling, will be day ol October next, will be governed thereby. l,49with seven percent interest aflermaturityand ANKFUL for the layers of t Ihe..past season, and .4

vote for it, gentlemen. "Humpli den link dis nbpcr fool lo ax for rented in part or the whole as may be dcii.red. C. W DOWNING, sinned by Henjamtn O. Smith and R. K. Sha-v, and J. having flattered themselves that they pave sati--
QUILP. Apply to A. E. uoa Sccnlary oj Slate.AX with factioji to their patrons, again offer their services a.
nlrthcgot eh credited the 3Ist January, 1S30, $5 I
already, want t'udder half Octobei :3, IS50. 23 cautioned against purchasing or trading COTTON BROKERS. 1 he> will attend to the nale

Southern Republican -you fool !I" _ ACT sc to amend the Constitution of thin Stale for persons slid are note. K. K. siiw.Quincv COTTON by sample, and get the highest prices
Party.
*' fly jingo den I q-jif, for I no see \\bat Notice.6rm as to extend to all free white male inhabitants, be- September 2 t, IS50. 39 41* that the market will allow,acd mate prompt return f '. .

Political equality ii indispensable to our po. business I got In dis l bed !" of Nash & Tailor is this day dissolved in< citize.n of the United States who shall have of: the same. Always on the spot. they will bt able

Jition in the Union. Its ubtaimnent should! No, you won't quit neid r, Imidder. T by mutual consent. Thc e indebted will do u resided within this State one year, the elective Administrator's Sale.FOR to take every advaRUue (A the fluctuations of tie
my market. Their wiU be follow .
'w the great leading 'fn"r the pleasure to settle as soon as possible.M. franchise.Srcrio.vl. the distribution charge as -
arli making
principle political you berry well for keeping my back warm Bf it enactedoy the Senate and House purpose among For stale f>f 12 bales CT less, 5 i cent* per bale

ltttlon Whatever, and every patriot Georgian, under to just keep quirt and lay where you is, if joul October 1, IS50. J. L.NASH.TAYLOR. "f JitpretatatioeM of the State of Flotilla in Urnn of Leon heirs Cou'ity' and, deceased tli.-tribulees, I will of George sell, at Young.public outcry late (. &fc ,4 OJJ '. JQ '

party 'banner lie IIIHy have been l 4now what i is good for yourself you nigger." al .Istcmbly convennl, That the first clause ot the ', ro I the hiiiheit bidder,for cash, on the first.Jtuni.) 1 l 40 :30 II .
leretofore Constitution be amended '
the so as Over 05
ranged, should rally in the standard inCom.. The buiines- herealler will be conducted under sixth article of Jay in .Yooembrr ,nextbefore the Court Hou door 10 -

of A CIUAj' AN!) tNl1'ED SOU'I'El ERN the firm of NASH &, CO who respectfully solicJta follow of viz: Every free anduuward while male,a person d wIn of) shall the in the city c-l Tdtlaha-s'ee, the folhxving real and BERRY Building&,ROVLES..fNew Main Street. ..

.ILLPU11ICAN! PARTYwhone motto should 1'rom the Portland (Maine) En tdr'r. share of the patronage ol the citizens gencrallv. ace twenty.Ofleyeats citizen of the personal propel ty: .
vote < .
of to 3G
b', at the time offering a Ceo. r September 14, 1 >.Y> 6ni .' j
of rikts tinder U also about be They expect to keep on hand a general amrtin who shall have resided and had The whole ol the land of which said oung '
J Duality our constitutional Slavery to driven from the United State, and
of the widow'sThe'N
of Unwl Medicines and exclusive
b ecch other article died seized and possessed, To Planters 4 u
of Union and asare dotnicil, home, and place of .
determined District and habitation, permanent
Resistance to the whole system is shaken to its generally kept in their line of badness. his dower viz :
MIE subscriber will make cash adta.ueesonCOT .
*J who Ihem.-J. Al.' foundation. All this hated abode in Florida for one sear next preceding F/4 XV 31, T2 X of R 1 W. .
oppose BEBEIEX.As the antj.slavery and October 5, IS >0. 3y NASH & CO. election at which he shall offer to vote, and who of N 4.ec 1 TON ANH TOBACCO shipped lo M SSH. Coo r
free roil labor of the have done and the six months The E ff( S W J.ol Sec 30T 2 N, of R 1 W. Andtrtoit &. Co. New York. L
our State election takes phce on Mon- country Committed toF hall at inch time, and for immediately Part ofLot* No. 5. Sec 20, T 2 N. cf R 1 W. ,
day future agog alone can estimate the value. preceding tim'e.have had his habitation,domicil, J. M. tVILLlAMSV t

(day after to-morrow) the contest, as far While! we have not aflVcted all we desired, NMoniicehlo i, Jefferson County, Florida, a home, and place of permanent abode, in the county PartntheE&of5E4.C3O.T2.IlV.ALSOTwo likely NEGRO FELLOWS. I September M.tVA 3fl \f .- .

as We arC concerned* liP young negro man, ways he is -about 15 he offer to vole, shall be deemed a 41TR.
said inwlrich
he year may t
to
Ina.v have still be DAVID II. YOUNG.
over. we lo that of Tallabassce
Fht reason grateful lo favor of age, about 5 fe-1,0 t inches high, belong lo voter at all elections under this Constitution To the Ladies and nllearft _
polls 1 will he already closed] when our able Prov dence which has crowned our efforts 'I _S.u.dv Gregory, ol Oad den County, amd'that qualified, and none otlurs; except in elections by general Administrator, of George Young dec'd.

PTh'l.ent number reaches a of with to much Kucrese. his mine is M1NGO: comniilird on the Vint day of ticket in the Slate or District prei-cribed by law, in September 25. IS50. 3S N \ J. R. LLOYD will returnfoT, lhn>?e iv
majority our Hut October, has an iron on his right aticle. His owner easestbeelectnr irutt have been a resident .1 i the 20lh instant and may br, ahvny* found lh,
which
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no fThis
man must
put r> armor Holmes Circuit Court. '
eri. For ourselves that except will for v-ird his SKY-Lir.HT DACUnRKEAN (;.LIERYevci c.
we rejoice in please come prove properly, pay all of the State one year next preceding the Election,
the cinTan har pawed. \Ve that ejchange for the winding sheetV! 'ok, e. charges, and tike him away. and six.wonthVwithin (the election district in which Richard Boyd, } Mesrs Bull & Pratorins Clothinj tabTisbwefit '

al Ur rejoice too noujjh is before us, and we have acquired great JA.MES R. TUCKER, he otThrtovole.poJee1That no noldier, sea M. > Bill for Divorce. Ladies and Gentlemen desiring to have the latest im-- *4I'

as we have observed, good temper has advantages for doing it. These must not be Sheriff of Jeferson Countv. ,nanOr'marine/ui the regular array or navy of the Sar?h Boyd, ) provement.* in Pictures: made ,nianife>t,' would do* j

tL UnUtiml "tPDtf dislitigtiislied' the discus. lost. If we endure lo the end" shall Jefferson County, October 5, 1&50. 3'J 2t United Stales, unless he were a qualified elector ot l J"T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that well nof to be in a hurry while the tr.ann weather .
tlft"on the we this 3 te previous to his enlistment as such soldier, _L Sarah Boyd,I he Defendant, resides beyond thejalinliclion continues. He will have on hand a stork of cases
Jwtb
sides. Th* only indications of conquer, poor shaves! be free, our country Notice. .teaman, or marine in the regular array or navy of the ot thU Court, and out of the State of both plain and ornamental hoswete never exhibited

rage which we have seen manifested redeemed and the world relieved ol slavery's persons, creditors, and legatee*, entitled to United Slates, or of the revenue service, shall be Florida : in this city belore. Hfsjftejirp. snail be to pvo

Ott ''he of the \ were terrible-buidcn. It is already ciicumsciibed, ALL or otherwise intm-sh-d, miners- considered resident of the Stale in consequence ol It is Ordered, That the saut Sarah do appear, satisfaction to all who may visit hrsR"i>otas,and good

part Vbg orgn of this city, in exposed, condemned, and must fall. Who late of James Moore, late of JerTer 'l4eb we gratit2ed to deceased, ire hereby notified September 28. 1S50. 33 te within three months, or said Cill will be taken pro eltember 14, 1s?,(). : r
exhibit
sej he has irnit. believes all that has taken to hir r
no place &r this .
os, .
aid Defendant
"( confess against : fl
'("it ii the presei of the party ehcwhere. jed, with the prayers, 1bors, arid sacrifices in claims lo the ut and der demands.iined) or within the same two will year*be from barred this date and New Goodfj. .Ind it further Onlfrnt, That tjls; notice be Bagging and Bale; Rope. -

A mntto with wbici to commence its behalf have no providential design I It i is all pcrnons indtbtcd In the said deceased, are; requested lUST received per Schr. Elizabeth from New York, published in "nne pnhlic newsiMer] printed in the A FULL supply of Gunny Cfofb and KnDaecin ,

r*, fIIze the a new not *o. Slavery i is to cease-that is what it to make immediate pa trierl. J v,z: Silk Mnlilla. Lidies Dress Goods, Ladies Slat l 'r three month* rnus cntivelv. Aue. 5.1&50.GF.ORGKS ?, ami Kentucky and tfevr York mad ..
upon ptra.ra1)h from Gloves fcr.. (for 'HAWKINS Rope, lor dale low by i
letter a late JAMES R. TUCKER Sheji Merfnft Veils, Ladies Riding UPO ,
of Mr. IlerrTcn it mean, and nothing; cse.- COUTHge then II. MCCINN1SS.OSy DfrNAyCHT & flr.MOND..' T
itl, "hiTch wp Laiti of JtlTcrt-on Ci'U'ily zni* .j; uflidu A lifll't. ;:ilcby G Judg Wectt-rn Ciu-uit. .
and fajch, lbO. 3's 2-183V. ?J 3 ewortA'iasttH,1b. yisfP1id
Jere.c- Guiioiy, Ocltbci iZj. s # s.teat'tr September i T

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.., -STATE- OF- -FLORIDA.- STABILITY- &CU RITY-PERPEt UITY. Business; < aris) ,-&--r. ,-1,! tci 6\btJtrti5tmtnt SIjc: JrloriMuu & Journal1PUBLISHED 1 I In LCOUct' '


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__$900,000.L LEWIS &AMES, r 1 '(COPT.) EVERY S'TeRD.'r: IXG. James t. ll-mter.: Administrator ol' 11 re 1
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II THE MUTUAL LIFE ISUANC CO. DEALERS IX STATE OF FLORIDA : Hunter< C'd, I."

In the Cir.uit Court of Madison TERMS : rs.
I OK NUXV onKO.. ;: .\ ., DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINT?, OILS, County. Will 1m n'. ""1 another*, creditor I
: application"' John C. Mt(;Jehee, Administrator 'HREK DOLLUS per annum, if paiJ in advance. of nto
N.,* 1st, 1-stD, 9OO,- foilcl Articles O T r appearing tn the ati, "I.If.' '
Fund.
AccumtilateJ if. faetinn t
\Tc Perfumery, \VinJorGlassPAINTCBK ( of ,ihe estate of John J. Bojce, deceased, THREE AND A H VI.F. if paid within six montt.s. J. of th-r.
affidavit
JlrdtTJ; of Slate Sena'or.AV ot. securely inVf'51r i: llundsand Mint gages BRl>Hr.. AND coi.oa., applying ff'll'avt' tolf'll!] certain real estate, lying in FOUR DOLLAR, if not paid unh1the end oft IheyearSCJ I that William Curn",. Le0t\y tK'Henrv \, !

:: \c \NCY tuvn orrnr.'d ill ihe otfire! of f ,. etaIe in Brooklyn, and stocks! said"Coiin<), of which he trs the In.1n3Plnt'nltnd Cloirk.brJ 'kClnre.and Them r.\r.lJ.y.i 1
;, Senator in in? -'nn4 Scnutnrul District, nfl he State: aid City of New-York and UnitedStates .Apoiliccnrics <:iissVnit'. AT.T which fonned part of the estate of said: decedent: These term will be ri idly adhered to, and and Simon T4-lur.lJt.r ndanfs in ihe abtt fardit' I

1 hv the removal from the StVe, of the Hon. Chailet) ; G.ivf(rnmtnl. HEaboveconstantly on Landan6f,roleat tilt Ui* Oi/er A That Jfb Johnson of Si.uth Carolina no paper will be discontinued untilall aireara;.-s are sidebevond the limits fit Ihe State of FTV'fs: i

A. Tweed : It i, hereby Ordered Thai an elect) 'iun i !j This fund is rapidly increasing by a idely exlenI J- Lowest market pricen. ; 1 b.'. and he 14 hereby appointed Guardian ad 'aid. nol" at the option el the publisher Sub. within the limits ,f the United Slate, .WIt
naiJ Di lrict Monday I dedand bu. ine4S. LEWIS &. AMES.: scribers will be received for three months at One Is Ordered That said Defendant j
III fill tid racjncv he liclj in ou prlll''Ifl'| litrlf',(f the minor chMdren.cf said John J. Royce,
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J the tlh day October nnl.t i TheCotn'any declared dividend of profits of Gf- Tallahassee, November 20, t IS47.- -IS to wit: Albert BoX'e and Eliza n.ct', In represent.prolect dollar--ix months at $1 &). Every: order for I the answer the Bill filed in this t'all.on 'ar 1114 j

( Given u-ider rnv fund and Ihe Great $.' .1) flf :i "".Iw" pererut" ou all eki. ing jiolicieson the 3lst ----- I ai.d maintain I the rights cf the said infants in paper.ut of this county must be accompanied with first Monday in February next, otberwise tbforf'lb.

the Scale of Florida. at the Capitol) in T.)lUna l- 4' of J'IUJr', ISIS. KIMO.N TOWLE. \BIANO D. PAPV this behalf: the CJih. unless the order comes through any of our lainanf* Bill shall bo taken pro eo,/,,,. .

.. [ .ea t.3] "ce, thi. olhdivol' JIII''. \ n. ISj'). I't. All the Profits are divided among the Insured. TOWLE &PAPY .f nd it it further Ordered, That a copy of this regularly authorized agents in the Stale.ADVERTISEMENTS Jed, A copy rf this Order t* IHtbti-hd once ." !
I for Ion "\
months
THOMAS Rr.O\\'X. Tile premiums are payable incah. annually,semiannually Altoroeys and CoDnseHors at Lay, Order t Governor FloiidaBv interest being added on the in this olY ol Tallaba"see for the of thirty next in srme newspaper Printed ?
space
to ihe G'vernnr-.3it1st: J-l.-rrM\ ,pajments.er quarterly I HAVING formed an association for thcPractice day*,giving mil ice of thed? i ignof said Administrator Will inserted Itl I the rate of One Dollar per square lUhed; in the Middle Circuit of the Stat, :ri icrj P- t. ';

c. \V. DOWNING.I cash! principle adopted,! by III C.mpany secure : wi attend the several 1 Cours of the II apply fur permission to sell the real estate a of twelve lines for the first,and fitly cents for each Given at Chambers 'hi. 5th Siiie!!:ber. it>;n _.
Tie Florida, and in the Distcct Court THOMAS
Secretary of SIdp.Tthh 'filllt forruid. BALTZELL i
: the insertion. reasonable J
to parties lor who e benefit I niMiiances: subsequent A deductionwill a<
,.... Jih' '2'1, 1V) ZQ tA are the while of $the, advantages, wiihoutnubjertinq U. S at Talahasee.1 bminesintruled, C'ivcn under my hand, at Tallahassee, this 7th be nndeon b-gal; notices, e>tate n)1 ic,"f ear-. Alriiecopv-Attest. Iae- !,
f'1.I.ho their OSCAR A. MYEBS
----- --- to care attention Clerk.
to the licav* drawback. of .accuinuUtrd piompt SQ'tembcr, lS:O.( (Signed.) Iv, notices without alteration, by persons having
PROCLAMATION the
premium notes.PeitfoiM 03Oilicein Capitol. THOMAS n.L TZF.LL.nlPITlhpr regular accounts with the office. LONG ARCHER fc CORIFY: i

I.. 7VAc (;.rnor of tin Slu'c of I'YorNa. may' etTi-ct insurance on thei own livesa'id February 17, mf '. tt. 1<<:.VI. r.t5 Jt All announcement "f candidates for office, rxvsnor.z.s.RMinvariably Solicitor fur Complainant; ;
'f'm S. tV>
WtIERE\: i< rt-piired b\' law that all If'i..n the lives of othersA married. women can insure MEDICAL: NOTICE. Sale of Real Estate. in advance. No attention r 3. __ lm-

thi. -Zite I on: th' tir-T 1'Jnd.in j t the life of her h1u'aot' the benefits of which will be piid to any order lor annollocemt'nt,'.nl81' Middle Circuit of Florida.--

Oct ob-r flCt fur I IJtMulwof Public L"lfl.. t', bud are secured !M law for the exclusive use of herself or Dr. Charles T. Darby I N pursuance and bv virtue 0'( an order and decree accompanied Ihe ca:h.

f.nreare.. and until hIS successor (halt be t'lectrd! I. cli s Idiem.! : of the IIoni'rab1ejudeol Probate in and for the An reli-zious, marriage, and obituary notire published IN GADSOKX CIRCUIT COURT

iin,1 l qualified: Cler4.mnanJ all otlierstlepeinlent upon salarie- P ESPECTFULLVannounccMo the pitlk inset- County of Madison 1 will etposi'to ;public sale, at 'ratnitously ; hilt editorial notices for private IN CHANCERY.

ft it therefore orjrr.4, That the .iiJ election he arc l I theHwhc of a IV etal that he has pcrmar.t'nlly locatnl himselfnMonticcll'i auction, for cash before lime Court House d K>r, at benefit will be charged advertisements. 3M
held throughout the State, on the said fin,l MonJa\. sjec.linvltel (nai. m ics maybe! rourct secured 1 Florida and \\ iI1 be found all tirrr!, Madi-on.on Monday, Ihe 1-lihday. of October rlI. for Injunction and Rttitf.

413 October! ne\t, aecordhz to Ii*. I the evils.i of III''i\ing penury.Pamphlets unles" ,professionally engaged. Strict attention Alit all t'.ie: title and interest of Walter R. Blackburn, Jon WORK. Redding C. Woofen and Jatnti L. Shield, Coa,hr *

Givn tinder n>v hand and the Great Seal of rOt of I he principles ofMutta- be paid 0 all professional calls. late JeMerMin County, deceased, of, in. an-1 1 to the *. *

..ot .t. I I the Slalef'lrt-'tflrida. at the CguitnFuaL.j : in T il- ,. at Lie In itra'ice explanatory, ';"illustrating its advantage- .. _May :. 1529. ]ISJ. 1adIowmgdcscribed i land, ling and being in the We are well prepred to execute Job Work snch Jam M. Baker and Samuel B. Love Adminijt,..,
,}II said a* bill.,r3rd., blinkspamphlet&c.. with) neatness I t Duncan Baler, d read.
iiureCtthii' to fin' of July. A. I n I 1V) with farm- of be obtained at fh'c Cotnlv ol Madi nn, to wit : LVfmdants.
I application thy L. ShIELDS, M. I>. J. s. BOND )i. D. and d. .'ch. All work of this description) T aNwarin to I-uli-faciicn
THOM \S P.ROWN. otfice of Ihe Cotnpaiu Wall st., or of any of.ii&aZefls. The vi j of the N E 4.and the N F.l flf f the N W sp3 ct tbe Court tlat!
t_Governor of Hoiida. ; I, ot &c :rt, in Township I, flmne tl>, North and except lor persons having yearly accounts with JL the LVfendant. Jam? M. Baker rwidet mivl

UyJhio\"rlrllor-\.tp"t* : > TRUSTEES.Jos. .. Drs. SHIELDS & BOND. E.tct.cintaiiung one flllll.)red and twenty arec. more Ihe office, must_ he paid fur_ on d. "ery.. Slate but be>ond the Middle Ciicoit : ItbOrJarJ
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thenHendjnt.J
C. W. \VMNG I or less. "uiMM 1. Baker,do
.secretary of I'e.' R. Culin., Da\J C. CY>Uen, HAVING associated of,Medicine themselves logellwr} in their the ELTAS LASTINGER: Adm'r. p'f Watches, Jewelry, &c.TIIP. .mswer the Bill filed ui this C3" nil hin three appear month,
d Edwards SorEery&c.otler I
T1h1ii.1 ... JII'n.? I 1"2 3 to \ J. .p, the estate of Walter R. Blackburn, dec'd.Amniist af er the d"le heret.f: .1rtd it iifurftrr Ordn-.j
subscribers have recei-
of
_. H. \ Win. 'P.elt? er\ic1 lo I hhmecitizeims Quiney andthentirrouitd-I jmt
,
< Thai
-- -- -- ---- -- --- ---- ll.uJ' .11. K aI. 31 I 71 : a copy of this! Order be put>li.hd. once .WPfk
Dr.'o"trnIP" UtuICI')' Conlial Fr. d. S. Wlston, Joseph Blunt, ing country. -_ (;r- a good supply cl Goods, I for the pace of two months in some
--t-L- State of Florida. printed' in the city of Tallahassee State afbtiJTi
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Mother' KrienJ and Li'juid) Cathartic, John P. Yclveilon, Heiuy Wills, -- -- -- Tobias Gold Lever Watches, THOMAS BALTZELLJud" .

Dr. (ord-1 Anti-Billi..in PtU.Dr. 'rjl; 'o.'m.. Mooie.ta CRAWAV SMITH,] [W. S. DH.WOHTHATTORNEYS GADSDEN CIRCUIT COUUT IN CHANCERY. Unn'ing Silver Levers, Alrnecrnv-Afte. '. e"

fh.1 info: .C'Imp"'IIIt';\'rul' of N'ipllia) : < -v H. Culiul. Zoluedee Cook, 1J]TN S Gorge T. lIinsev.t ,) L'Apieu and plain Watches R. C. LESTER, Clei.k3t. .

Dr. 1.Ill.1:, fo.lc (nil ", Tonic IMU, and Vermi- I J.ihri H. Swil! Jona Miller, 1i'CTTJ. ,. > Hill for Divorce. Chains, Seals,and Keys, A'I'I..t .,1)1). 3.
I \ Bracelets Bosom Pins: Rings, *, _
fleI.lcio ; Juhr. W.uhworlh, Daid A. Com'tock, ESza M. Hm!t'\'. ) Earring -

UiniW'inna'iJ, Tetter Oiitment, French li S. M.1 Cot nt1l, Robert: Slimier, MONTICELLO, FLOIU[)%. IT ajipeaiinij to the satisfaction( of the Court byatlimivit Bosom Hut: ton*, Sleet Buttons State of Florida.

Dr. S eiccT's Ve.elaMe IMU and Bter.Ur. tur"1 Gouv. M. Wilkins, James. Chambers, J. in this cau"e filed, thai Eliza M. Hinsey, Gold Pen and Pencil Cases GADSDF.N: CIRCUIT COURT. I
M Irp1y'uu SUur di,'.'J ,\n' Pill", John V. L. Pruvn, Jciteph Turkennan, July 7, 1S49. 27. I ihe ilef-ndant in thisrause, resides beyond the juri.- Gold Pens in Silver Cases, IN Cll.\Cnr.:

Dr. L n1' WjelaSle Uijver Pills, I'',: F'red.Vhittlesey, Ioel II. Grinnll, A. E. --- -- -- diclionof this Court,and out of the Slale 01 Florida : Silver, Table, Tea, Mustard: and Salt Spoons, Asa Barber,

Dr. Peter Vejetable Pill*. Charles Ely, Wm. J. Dunke MAVELL, II tj Pn/rrfi/That Ihesjid Eliza do appear,plt'ad. Marble Clocks, vs. "> Bill for Divorce.

Mltc1Ie1. p\'t Sitvo, Ind Thomninu** Hyo Water, I John C. Cruder Eugene Dntilh, AtlTOHNIY: AT an-\\er,or demur tot I he iI.uJ bill of complaint within Plated Castors, Spoons and Forks, 0 Saiah Barber.I }

Bitten. and Life Pills, Waller Joy't Francis Lathrop the Comirt 1'" I th.e uonths, fir s.iid bill.ill be ta'\cu pro eon (:.\( Sells ol Waiter., &c. i.c. T alpl'; il\ :to the: tif.clioDof the Coort.bJ ifg.
C ) 'J7lLLatendal of the Cir- TOWLE & MYERS.: davit in I Iii) cage filed, that Sarah Barber,the
Dr. Rise 'J.rh syrup| AllredPeli, J. o. Thalcher. a 2in>tsaid delendai.t, and that I lie cause he set t t.ihearin de.
Genuine, 1"'l.hlnl'l Hitters. The above well JOSEPH": I 15. COLLINS, Pm'utent. ( : orer S J'. Birne\'s.Store." durincnext tem ra of said Court ii: IS'ovt-mber Mirr 21. :"-V) 71 I lendant, resides: ,- ond I jurisdiction ct Ihit COM!
,
TallahasseeOct.
27 1519.
k.o.vn and jtjpnlarr-ine'lies f.tr i1 le.bv I l\ \\Bn.\TT., Strllary.JO. I 42 next : Jlnd it iifurihtr Ofdtrrd. That this Order 1 ont of the State r-t Florida and wilbio the Start! ri
--- -- Notice.7TU.
----- -- Ge.ruij // Ordered That thesdid
SHIELDS : BLUNT, Counsellor. in lic : i. Sarah do ,
&GOLI\\'IF. H. BRADFORD he pnbhht'd some pu > newspaper printed in ip.
June 1_*i. 1SV '1 UJ n Q'li"I\.Ih. JAMl---< B. (\ 1LF Ag't., Tallahassee.. t this State once a week for I Ihiec months and t thai 'the underpinned i will make application tt pear, plead an"wtr, or tict&ur to slid) bill of MB.
-- A ) l TilKY AT \ plaint uilhin th ice latin I":.or solid bill willb
January 19, IS.'XJ. yCOTTOJ lu LAW, innlpl lIar.I take t litr.nnin thecatise.July2n the iiexl Ltiisl' tnre of the State of Florida lakes
.
Nun 's & Clark'sC -- --- -- ---- confrnou aam!t ,aid defendant and
Tallahassee Florida 1 hj THOMAS JJALFZELL, for a charter lot a Plank Road (horn O" al< to the pro tlut tie j
'..LESRTii: PI \ GiiiJESSE cause be set for in-aring at lie I nut
O-'nrrnhJ.I: : fij lead of Silver Si ii.-g teriaofiaifi ;
April 20( 1 1S.VJ.' KW. \ truecn.y-Attet t, Jud'e.R. '
a id 7 Octave 1'ia id action Piano" C LESTFK, Clcik.Jalj27 i' DAVID PROVINCE.JNO. I onrt on the second Mond in N>'v'p lier nut_

-, (;. REAR DON .Indit further Ordered Tht U.I3 order be
t. WATSON G. M. DAVIS I I l.5tj.f 2'J 3m pat.
2EIii Attaohmeut Pins, with ive t' Ton.1 W. S. hARRIS li.h..d'me public rewspaperrintedjntLeau I. :
.
ail Reed*. l'ln.,loC; el! t Piino.rarit tl' 'had GIN JIANLTACTfUI.'R: ATTORNEY AT LAW, In Chancery.John C. A. M. lTCJlIL.It once week for three months,and that lhecumuji.
I D. C ?ILSON.hi ant take testimony in the cau!e.'THOMAS ,
application
by Lrc H\S taken ui, his abode at Tallahai-iee: and will P. Duval, Complainant, ) A. CARTER,
,. I. 1x'.n. v 91 I tf Palmyra. County Georgia, in the Couits of Ihe STEPHEN BRYAN, BALTZELL Judge.
Middle
__ __ __ h___ ___ Di3lict. 0*. > Bill of Injunction.
WOULD inform his friends and the public gene- and ot Franklin and Jackson Counties. Johr Fontane Defendant. ) JOHN SCOTT A trtlE'r.nft; : >t. !

GUNSMITHING.! that he continues the above husinc-s at March '.>, bt). yMCQUEEN aopearinj sitisfacturily lo I lie Con t thai J.Un .. S. G. BROWN, R. C. LR!TF.K, Cltrk.Aiinut :

tmi is old stand where he wil be happy lo supply them IT I'olltanl', I the Defendant, do"s not xe.ide in this JOSIAH! PAINE. -to.-'*"*1. _31 3m i
UN.StTil WORK "fill de-criittions., done with firs rate A an evidence of the MCINTOSH SIMEON HELVENSTON.
G 0 Sljft, bnt 1 in the State ol I Georgia : Jt is Ordired, In Chancery. 1
with Hi- uinm-t Preoisioa and Despatch by quality ol I his wnik, he would state that out of the ATTORNEY: AT LAW Thatthe said John Fontane, do appear and answer Marion Connfy. Sept. S, [-21] 1>50. 37 3m MIDDLE C.RCU1T OF FLORIDA.

Ih .u l sri1)r. at hii .h'I.: t d >or to Dr. !!!jrn
r"liculu atte.iiion nj.1 l t t.u ("unl', orders, and the fail d to civc pt..c satisfaction-and would a* ref "WILL attend the Circuit Courtsin the Faaler three, months (morn dale hereof. .lnJ it is further III Attachment.Albert AT CH MBCR, Auyiit 20,1330. 1

)lulrm" f{f all i ic <(ilioi'..d.Daor i 11'1'1. giiclhe name ot any one who has one of luii ; Ihe United Stales Di"llic(. Oide ed, That a of this Ord r be Rrs'.wick! ) Kill fur leave to sell Land. 1
c"r published
IjockM. Iltjulrcd, Ac., for the Debt
of
once a space two months in s VL $S1 67.
ime
$ DEMILLY.Tl1ace. considerably' this year, bv which: means he will and prosecute Claims fur ( l7l'IS in any pit t ofFlor- a-.. I
CI\HL8 in I the cit of J ihri lJlI'P.
Mis' 1 ., 'f ba enahled' to (ill orders (whil'h last year he was unable I ida a.il..t the Government at Washington, either .iforesiJ.n\\'sillpcr; | printed Talhha.-see State 'hlE defendant and all )other persons interested The Heirs at Law of David M. Sheffield dcceutd, l 1
---- - -- -- bofoie Congress or at I the Departments.OChAddress hose unknown.
d'l) wtlh Gins if possible, erior \ names are I
> to
1 Uj any ever J,
THOMAS BALTZELL, Jud- will take notice ot the institution of the aitovesuit !
THE TRUE MEDICINAL manufactured in Southwestern Georgia. Jacksonville, East Florida. e. appearing to Ihe satisfaction of the Court Ibt l
A t-ue Alte f ill JttTerson Cirruit Couit, attachment and' IT
lelhinkl ,
copy- > by ,
August 10 153IJ.! .11 Ihe heiis at law of David M. Shefe1ddereaet j
COD LIVER OIL that him ,
ycarV $
eveiy experience I1.hlt' a (CAR A. MYERS, Cl.rk. iupearand plead to dilatation filed in said case,
little betiei article. do not res.dtin: this State, but in the Stale of CM>. i ine..ticut
T'L'L: in the cure of Scrofula, DR. In-r' 2 Fall Term sai.l Court.
T Consumption WILLIAM H. BRADFORD. 9, 1S.W. 25 2m on or before the ne.\l of
: It8 Ordered, That the heir at bwtif i
J G ,Ui"umati.n, Whma, HroiichitisC h' Beinira practic.ilme"hanicandithaldetermined
<)ii CARAWAY[ SMITH,
md all Jiej"
this valuable medicnt i is jut rrceiveil, 11111't i il inlJi )hup.he(eels safe i injwtrra! ,nting i t them May 2", 1<;l. ) ,. Duval, ) July ft, 1>;). 2:1 "3m sa.d Bill cf Complaint, in :this case filed wjibin font '
to satisfaction ol I the I - Complainant months from tl.e tlate hereof: And it isfyrther(V.
warranted operate th. -
J -- 1
ot'cry ---
pirc ---
'I''rior'11i'v. plrcaf.'r. Il t,. >Bill for
Injunction. That of this Order
will d-liver them lice ot tiered a copy be rubIhdor.cea
For le L charge to
W I &
"* by A M E*. Medicines Toilet Articles Notice.
&c. I
T.
How aid Defendant.
their plantations. ) week lor the pace i-f four ninths in nmeieti*. !
.
>_Mir_ _1..1___) h_____21)_ _u,Talhha""lp_ Fl., engagements made with hU travelling Airenli, IT spearing tn Ihe s li.t.triion of the Court that SIX months after date, application wilt be made paper printed in (he city cl Tallahassee, Slated !

Fruits, &c. order to the Proprietor at be NASH & TAYLORI 1'.If. 1 Howard the Defendant, dues not ridp in the Hon. JuJ;;P. of Probate lor Leon County Florida. i

1).lslN;. OR \ ::, 0 promptly attended t to. Poll'r.hal TOU.O respectfully inform their this Sate, but in the Sraleot Gurgia: : It i.' Ofderrd, lot letters of dismission) from the estate of Thomas THOMAS BALTZELL Judge t

1 .J.\ALMON'OS, LKMOXS.APPLES. : ty$: Repairing properly done in the most durable fricld. and the publi.-, that they That the slid T. 1. Howard di appear and lans\rer White, deceosed.Mate of said County. A true cop"-.Jltpt.

t ONIONS manner. jllst t received a new siipplj of SCMHIS, the sill Hill of Injunction, in this care filed, wi.hi-i SAMUEL C. WHITE, Administrator. OSCAR A. .IYI- RS. Clerk.

IRISH POTATOES, ccs- lie i is also' Agent for the sale of f ChaomnanR4ndahl's of Medicines, thr"etIlonth:1 from date hereof. .//*// it j, Ordt red, Mac S, I's.'iO. 19 Cm Bv Hrnn ARCHER, Jr., D. C.l1i".d .

M1CKKRF.L- il'ul' hirreU anJ kilts, &. Co.1* CAST IRON HORSE SUGAR I .c., which added to _(Permer forlr Tlia a copy ol this order be published once a \\.t'k, ttouaty ---------- ---- :\ .11. )..4). 34 4m_
pO\\'rR I : Land andGcncral.lirciicyatVushintcu.\ ------
for ill-1 of two months in
PICKLCI : TOGUE', MILLS in Slllhwe..lel Georgia FlniJa. since received makes their assoil- space newspaper printedin
Warehouse.
Jut and, for sale livJOhN Contracts can be mv Tiavelling Acents. Ladies and Genlletiieu I that fie city ot Tallahassee, State aforesaid. Agricultural
recei'el T. WALKER will and effi- : uudcr, having purchased the entire
TIIO.I.SLTZELI. Jude.a give prompt igned
Any information wanted with regard to the cast and purchase Medicine, car call and ex JOSEPH THE
McDOUGAlI. to the BOUNTY LAND CLAIMS of Aifticultiual )Icnplenunu frcinA'ew
11.r 'no f to. :f operation of these mills can! be obtained by addressiii2 lr of Peilumirv,5Hjai)s, tc.Mav true eopy-\IIf'.t.
me at Palmyra, Lee Co.intvGeorgia.Mrrh 4, JSVJ. "n OSCAR MYERS, Clerk. of Officers and Soldiers enzaged in the Florida Jl'ar DENSLOU & WEHSTER uld announce lo til

Pain Killer. I rf ). 12 1v* ---- .-- -- -- --- -- Jute -y, I 1S50. 5 3m or either of the Indian Wars in which the United public that they have greatly increased said plod ,
of Perry Da*'is'Pain Killer,just ( I'V' S. S. Knight -- -._ ------- States have been engaged, or I the War tri'/A Great embracing besides a variety of other material and r.
A 'RFoHIIIply sale bv Agency of NoticeIS Erilainot 1S12 and to any description of business !j tides, generally ot the following character and dn

receied WILL continue business at hi!old stand, where requiring an Agent or .Alt rney at Washington. For I cri pt ion :
.T. WJUTF! &CO., .\ cnis. DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. h're"'t'n that plication will be made to
hope to wait
on ucimofbjsrjeimdsas have Land Warrants his ill be AGRICULTURAL ANDHORTICULTURAilJf.PLEMENTS -
Sr -
procuring charge
NOVPIher 17, IS 19. heretofore tit' Honorable James K Broome, Judge of Pro. j
PULMONARY BALSAM Pectoial Expectorant extended so liberal a patronage promis bate tr Leon In other crises, it will be proportioned to the nature of ever variety of t the most recent
Nails. Pure and Medicinal! Cod I ing that 31Iha11I."" good articles fair prices. County, Slate of Florida, on Monday and difficulty ol the case. and improvt'd.ft'srript t.n3.

Qo KEG Azawanand I'a\ River Cut N.ils.j'lst' ; Liver Oil, Atiti-I>artI'"c> Mi"turC Ner\'iuc, Verrnilu April 17 sell I IheU'enty-tirst tie 'lollovins d.iyot real I October estate Andrew nextlor aulhorilyty F..F.lS-_!_ ; lie w ill also act, in connection with Agents and At. \ Five hundred Plows of every description.

received and for u1p e, Dlllratl'en I Heart Corr'rtor.lllor belhand Hoiatio tornejs in Florida, who may be employed in Bounty Mater ials for Tanners,Curriers: ,and BraanJIr a

McX AUGHT fc ORMOND. Corrector, Couh and Cathartic. Pils, Ftlale Iils, Bacon, Pork, and Flou.ACO Witheis deceased C. Wither, minor heirs of HoraiiwL' Land and other Claim, en teims which may be Founders, efilbracil\g\ every article used in their line,

. -' .\oor'- ,-AnriHvOS.Vl.--)-1 -I -, ---14- -- FemallSpecifc. Ate., &c., uold dim constantly I) HAMSSIDES, AND SHor.DERS. Lo s NOH. ],2,,and 3;,:in ,fractional lo wit: Section 20, and agreed iipcn. Letters, (which should be post paid,) including all necessary Touts, &e.,at M lculactlUe"'
unprecedented in the treatment of; l) barrel will receive immediate attention. .
fUCCtI Mess prices.MISCELLANEOUS.
Poik. lot N in
MEMPHIS INSTITUTE. 1 v2, 'tract inumal Section; 21 all in Township
Cold, Coughs. Consumption Asthma, Heart Diseases u I L*. C. lSjO. 2f) tf Roller and common Gin,
St. Lr.uU Flour Washington City Sept. II, -
D R
MEU1C A L EPA: TM KNT.fl : 2, N rth ol Range; 1 West, in the County cf Leon
Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Skin Diseases Rheuma. Wheel Bai-
Ju' t received Jack Screw", Store and ( .IIon Trurk,
HE regular cour.c of Lectures in Ihis In"titule per Schooner W. R. Pelte, ard for and State of Honda, containing i"js acres, more or
I Female Pihs
ti-in ic., &c.
,
,
Complaints. sale' "y J. Notice. row, Road Scraper., Hjdraclic Earn* Force Funs
J. M. .
will commence on the first of November, andcontinue ) IS. Ie:"
Dr Filch'i Patfiit Si her \1.LA .
I Plated Abdornttnl Patent Chains facilitate: the dranii water.G
nneflualf.J I 1S30. g
until the la.t of February.; The Anatomical Fitch's JlncS 22 HAMDEN. WHITE. n'HE subscriber having: fitted up the TANERY '
faYriD!
I Sujiporters; Patent ,rgia and French Hurr Mil! Stones !
Iepralmtnt will be open and rradt to lereite Sterl Spring Shoulder Brace Dr. Imlrl'd I --Pure -- CAROLINE! B. WIIIT., J. in this place known as Baker's Tan ard. has
I ; rUe Sulphate Castii'jrs.t i Plasterer and Raw for Fai mers;; Plantslion -
students: by the first ot October. The Medical Department Tube. : Quinine. Guardian", &c. now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER!
haling Jlilb, Corn and SmuS Mills; Srr IlilllrDII"EfltinlJ '
\
will be under the diiectior of I he folio wingPROFKSKOntl. THE subscribers have on hand two hundred and SI'r1unbC't 14, IS.TO. 3*) It (tot site ; and will have fine BOOTS and SHOES )
Cloths Pick*. Rt'tds.1.utft'S: ,
au.dgecen
-- -- -- made He has hand article of !
ounces of Sulphate Quinine," hid. they -- --- ---- -- -- to order. on a superior
for Cottr.rt and Woolen ManufactoriesMILL ..
DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED firtdins :
Z. FRCCUAN. M. I D l'iofeaur of Anatomy.R. SIX LECTURES have obtained diiect from It.e manufacturer, and Notice. doubled->oed! NEGRO SHOES. He would here TOOLHa'nglh;
S. NEWTOX, M D. Pioiessor of Surgery.H. In the prevention and cureof Coii"uniilio| Aslhma, I they will warrant it to be a article. turn his thanks to the citizens of Gadsden and i MACHFNERY | .
claims
superior demands '
having of
re-I JI
person or Maclire
and extensive
any for various 8i'jf
Diease of the Heart
J. HCLCC M. I). Piole. of and &, ainl on Ihe method of' We have ALL adjoining Counties for their past patronage, and agency
sor Theory Prae-; Health aud enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines !hat o4'Vi-r nature aijaiiHt the estate ot' the late tones, we shall be prepared at all timei ta furni la l t
pre-eiving to old
ticeof Medicine.V. j Beauty an a ZL: This by recent aruvatsarid to them that he will continue to manufacture
are prepared to execute Robert Larkins deceased are hereby requested to of : in the shortest notice-
book should be in species Machinery i
\ BYRD M. D. Piofessor of cv. rv famiy. To the COlsUnp.I | orders lor articles in ther, Boots, and Shoes, at his old stand in Gacbden every
POWELL: Physiology, I it out the our line, at w holcstle or retail, presiiit the same lo me within Ihe time presented The highest market price* paid at all tJmrl for t
ai.d i |1)linr only hope forr.licf.I on the most County near Quincy. lie will be glad at all limes
Iathliolf. Mineralogy G.JI( y. accommodating I |"irn!. by l laiv, otherwise they will be forever barred. Wool, Skins and Hides.
the directions
Sheep
To mothers it
J. D., Professor of Materi'a. Medica.Therapeulic I education children, invaluable.i\el for the care and We have alllo a few accoI3iIs yet due to us for the FRANCES: LAICKINS, exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark All PrW.uceo! the State received and old fur lb.
are
and Medical 1 Jurisprudence. 7S/AK copies year l jy. They arc in sniill Administratrix Hides, crippled negro boys or his own paper.
generally amounts, on the estate of R. Larkins.Atust usual commission.
MILTON SASDIR A. M l M. D., Professor of. of thin continues boolc have unabated.pa""rd through For sale the pre S. ,, and the but if Ihe whole could be paid horll\. it would go 3, iS'iO.: 30 bw* $5-: Good Boot and Shoe makers, of steady habits S. & H. HOYT & CO..
tale by S. Fitch
and far towards have
Chemistry Pharmacy. & liquidjtingceilain can employment.
Co., 7U7 Broadway, New Yoik, and bv sums which we owe. No. 171 Bay street Savannah Geol ia.
J. A. Wiwox, M. D.l'rofe"Qr ot Obstetrics[ and LEWIS & AMES. Notice w. H. MCMILLAN. Messrs.Paddfutd Jt CIIill..
References ,
Disease of Women and Childien.CLINQUC SHIELDS &COLD WIRE, June' 8, 1S50. OT Tallahassee,February 2. IS-"O. 4 ly : Fay
Quincy, Florida. IS hereby given given that at the next session of' Ihe -_ Den low 5t Webster.

Medicine. I LIURfRI.I. J Hcuce. 03- Dr. Fitch's Guide to Invalids, i r Directions 10pplson. "Refrigerators General Assembly ol the Slate of Florida application .ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, S"nnnab.-\ugu.t 3, 1S50. 31 _

-lroft.l K. S. NEWTO.V using Dr. FitcL's Remediesto{ be had, and Meat Safes. will he made for an act of incorporation fir HARTFORD CONNECTICUT. -

Z.SI'grrg.-Prof'llr FREEMAN M. Anatomical Demons!rator. of allis Agents. got; T ANDING from Hark "Llewellyn" assortment Leon Lodge,No. il. I. O. of 0. F.J. Flour, Rice, &c.

The feel for a full course of Lectures amount to J tn 1! 1 Ib.r>0. 2: |than| : JLl of the above named articles, for salehvMcXAUGHT : WAYLES BAKER. Secretary. BUlLDI\GS. Stocks losa, and fire.Cotton in Ware-boase received per Schooner W. R. Petit.; fr I
by
one hundred and five dollar SHIELDS &" LDWIRE-- & OIMOND. July 20, IS:"). V9 3mNotice J New Orleans!
LEWIS & AMES
Newport, June 2(! ,
Each Professor's ticket SI5. Marl icnlator', $'5.DemoDstrator' HAVE: just received) a large and general assort. IS.Vi.- January 26, 1S'O. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. Extra St. Louis Family. Flour new. ,Inti**
-
'
*
Fee $IO. Graduation 5yj. of Drug, Medicines Superfine
Those desiring further information will please address Paint Oils, and Dye Stuffs, which,I Chemcal New Goods, IS hereby\'cn that at the necting of the next Leg Garden Seeds. Carolina Rice Star Ci'nJle

their letters (post paid) to Ihe Dean : and students ieasonable terms for cash or approved\ Per Llewellyn" from New-Tori. islalure ol Ihe State of Florida, application* will Assorted Candy. Chewing i TobaccO.
in the will call credit. SPERM be made by a Company for the grant of a ch'artef to LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS Double Eectified Whiskey,
ariinJ rily please on him at Personsvvishing genuine unadulterated medicines BEST OIL, 20 kegs and 1 Kegs Kite A .
Make the %Wacis and Ocilla Rivers navigable, from just received Irom the celebrated garden of GJ] sale
the Hotel. R S. NEWTON will do well to call and examine their stock Whale do Powder Shoes, Caps, 'c", for cheap by
Dean of the faculty.. before purchasing elsewhere. Lard do 20 Oz. Sup. Sulp.Quinine the month of the Ocilla to the head watcr of the R. Garretsoq on Long Island. For sale by August. 24, 1850. 33 A. E. HV'---,
Wacissa.Jeflerson. LEWIS & AMES.
LAW DEPARTMENT.Hon. Quincy June 15.1&5. 2 (than I Linseed do English Calomel, July 20.1850'. 23 January, 5 IS50. 52 Family Grocerks.,
County, 3m ,
S E. W. M. KINO, Professor of theory an J practice Peas. Castor do M'l\unn'lI EliliroC OpiUC1 ,

of Law. do (in bottles) Sal Soda, Potash, Notice Notice.ALL A FRF.sU supply ot Sugars, Spices Vioenr.jj&c.jostreceived
1 A BUSHELS of PEAS sale ..
fo by Laura Jan* and%?
JOHN Eat ., Professor of Commercial Olive Oil. French Mustard per '
Jurisprudence.DEL4rnL ] If S. S. KNIGHT. Tanner's do & English A LLpers6n!having claims or demands against Ihe lersonshaviog demands against the estate of by McNAUGHT & ORMOM>

TERMS-$.50 per Session. June 22.3650. 24 Sweet do Allspice Indigo, AlumSallletre Pepper Ginger, JTX.. estate ol Tho.J. Heir, late of Jefferson County, Fillyaw, dec'd, late of Gadsden County Newport, August 24, 1550. 33

All communications this furniture Varnish deceased, will present theni to undersigned within Florida,are hereby called upon to present the some -
pertaining to t departmentmust Dr. D. Family Writ I brands
Medicines ing Ink&l..ss'd.
be addressed to E- W. M. KING, Esq.Memphis Jaynes' Coach do DaUe Pain Extractor the time prescribed by law, otherwise this notice to me without delay ; and notice is hereby given to Notice.
his Expectorant, Hair Tonic Al- ," will be pleaded in bar thereof and all indebted all creditors legatees and entitled distribution f
J Tenu., Feb. 20, COMPRISING 30 keg No 1 & pure Wht Salerataj Borax ; persons persons to having claims against the rslateo'
185 Dye Canninilive Balsam Tonic Lead, willllea.se make immediate payment. of said e&te, that their claims will be bar ALL persons dectat.

Faculties, for intellectual abilitie, moral Vermifuge,Sanative. Pills, and Ague Pjlte, for sale by 100: bags 86rted Shof., Turkey Macc, Nutmcgf.Opium, W. S. DILWORTH Adm'r. red, (according to the provisions of the statute in ed, notified Holcomb'Jafe lo ol them Leon to the County umteM'P. *.

Te and profession-able acquirement cill SHIELDS &GOLDWIRE, Per Jefferson County, Sept. 14, 1SmO. 29 Sw such case made and provided,) unless exhibited to me are present this DOIIt? '
compae June IS IS50. 23 same Vessel, within the lime prescribed by law.or ; .
Quincy, Fla. within two from this date
the most distinguished ;in A few barrels Northern years edt0'1
f"orably.with our country. i Flour," fancy !brands, Notice. be plead in bar, and all persona lodt>
The Medical faculty constitutes an anomaly in thisor i D r. S. 1*. ''O\VISClfl's Sursuparillu* Also, a few superior Cross Cut and Mill Saw : JAMES FILLYAW. tate will make imrnediatepa'rrnent.G. .
any otherc.ountry-atlofthetare aWe lecturers Dr. do. Per "W. R. Pette from I SIX months from date, t the undersigned Executor Executor of last will and testament. C. .S. JOHNSON. .UC1ini8lr1 f 0 t
New
Orleans
and I he teachers. I Dr. Wood's do. the last will antI testament ol Uz Williams, September' 7, 1S50. 35 Sw t "t ,
belt Bacon Side August ? 15.0. 33 _. -.f
Those who will contemplate OUT geograplrical po- Dr. Boll's do. Rice, Lard; deceased late of Gadsden County, will apply to the --- --___

."ion, and the extent of our population can' have no Dr. Cornstock's do. Shoulders llama Hour, Jidge of Probate of said County, for a final discharge Bacon; Flour, &c. Attention, Planters .,

Jjubt I(lo the eltegibility of our situation for an en.erprise Dr. Cotnstock' Pain }'xfraetor. Mess Pork ; Molasses, and settlement up from said estate. received per Schr W. R. Pette* from New' HAVE jiut received per Brig Ocil Ia'c.a1f t

of the kin,I. As to health, including all seasons For sale by SHIELDS &GOLDWIRE. Sugar. SAMUEL WOODBURY, Ex cutor.r.ad..dt'n JUST I SOLID SWEEPS and 1 URN !. .

of the year, we deny that ANY OTHER CITY Jti'fe 13. I 1950.: 23 II Quincy Fla. ON'D.. ; County, September 21 )!(). 37 f m Clear flacon Sides, examine for yourselves.

HAS MORE. New BooEsT Gin Band leather, Oil Carpet & R'ubba Cloth Notice. .* ShouL ersi JAMES B. G-. .

I A common. error exists ;in the minds of many students :, Lining Skins for Clrria ell..c. Sugar Cured Hams, 1I11j' 10. IS.'O.; :31 _
FINE selection' of the Novels of the Cip and Calf do. __ _____-
,relative to Ihe place of studying medicine ; A day, together For sale by SIX months after date, the undersigned Adminis- Rio Coffee,
those who intend among the diseases of with many others, such ax Bruces' Life J M. WILLIAMS. of I lie late Robert Fisher will present White Wine VinegarNo. ,- Notice

the Weitand prctiC'inl Ihould educate them and Travel, Humbuldt'a Travels, Rambler in Mex June 29, 1650. 33 therr final account and vouchers the Judge Leon 1 Mackerel, session of I the Gle.
: certainly herebv given that at lie next
ico, Lou Gringos, &c., for sale byMcN.UGI' Probate Cotirl -and ask for from IS 'caliell'
said
c selves at a school, whose Faculty are practically acquitnted a discharge estate Leaf Lard eral Assembly of the Slate of 1-1crda,ar
with those diseases. &, ORMOND.\ : Blacksmithing.rpHE ; Extra St. Louis Flour, Missouri Mills, will be made for an act ol incorporation fur the!III'
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That the public may be ,.ati.lel of the permanan. Newport April 13.1&5. 14_ undersigned! respectfully informs R. W. FISHER' } A0m,rs. Colgate Soap, lot Sale tiy pose of' constructing a Plank Road frcm 1 If "D'
r
cy of this school, we feel our dUly lu state, that Saratoga Water. ; -" ., -1- |he public generally thathaving W. F. FISHER 5 July 27, S50. 29 A E HOC. Columbia County, to 10m..p.i"t I.D the *'.
the Trustees and Faculty form a in action employed lor Horse Sheer Julv 20,15.10. 28 fim JAMES S.
UNIT (quarts) Water, just re- super he is St.Nary'sfliver. Ilrrt'tiu".
which well its 90 DOZEN Congress now to execute all work At New York Cost of die
; ancurs for future success. ; and that ctived for sale byMcNAUGHT_ piepared in that line in a President '
the peculiar internal organization which connects i ORMOND. superior manner, and on usual terms. Notice.S ; hand anJ for Ale at New YOlk cost (two do- August 10. IS .. 31 1---

'4 them, cannot b interrupted. Newport. April I IS50 14 F. PAYJtE. IX months aftT date, we shall apply to tie ON SILK MANTILLAS 'for Fall wear. These

E M. W. KING. ? : June 29. JS50. 25 I ff Honorable Judge of Probate in and for Benton splendid articles were bought of STEwARTthe great Notice f

President of the Faculty. iiQiincy Male and Female Academy County for a discharge from any farther administra Broadway importer and wholesale dealer.S. will (
that tpplicallon JfJJJ ,.
May 11, SV: ). IS Om _I. re-opened January 71 h. TIle rond I I ludon i I he estate of Charles ot s hereby given, ..
| will commence June 6th. Students I may enter ftlswn at Great Bargains Goods at Cost Benton County, South Florida.C. Laing. decea edi late 31 I8O. 31 BURNEY. 1 the General 1 Assembly,ot' I the State f' of plant
August ,
Plow any time during the year and, after the second week TT'IIE subscriber being desirous of CLOSING his T. JENKINS its next session, for acts ol incorpeKt'on(to'I'htJlII'

I ortment. ol' wide Irn.AN 9, 9 and 10 in. of;the session Iheyvll be charged only from Ihe I MERCANTILE BUSINESS in this city,'will) J. n. ALLEN, 'jAdmrs. roads from the city of Tallahassee Quiacy1"1, one liD. to', .
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t v .,suitable for Ionll, Schooner I time ol may be had U price; vary offer for sale at COST his entire STOCK of GOODS, June 22, I 1850. 24 i6m Bagging, Rope, Twine, &.c. vile and Monticello.one 10

i 1 AbU, fot sale by<16wp rceHed per : ing from $ft to elOper: month. For farther particulars consisting of all killd"! l < both FANCY and STAPLE BAGGING, pieces and half pieces, point on the St. Marks river.' .. '1
an : which be DRY GOODS Notice Twine Tallahassee, August 10, 50. m----
'JfcNAUGHT ORMOND. see printed catalogue, may obtained Ready-made Clothing, Boots and ,

March 9. ISM. 0& by application lo N. STEWART, Shoes, Hardware Groceries, and.all otlrer Goods SIX Months after the date of this notice I will Rope, bi s Ipd.J, ,
Can
1 ,, Nr"rt Jan. 20, 1850 3 _Principal. usually kept on hand for sale in this market. MER my vouchers and accounts to.the Hon Bacon Sides and Hams Alcoholic Extract Adhesive pfaSLeP

: Garden' Seeds. CHANTS, PLANTERS and FAMILIES desirousof Judge of Probate for Leon County, for a final ette! Lard and Flour, new wheat or Liquid

j I FRESh' supply of Garden S", suitable for Mackerel. purchasing, would do well f to call, and examine merit and discharge from the Estate of Dr. I. D. AUum and Ground Alum Salt, Philotoken Nervine. .'

f A, till ffirdens,jUlt t received by NOS-: J and : in bblc., i tbls.! and j bbls., (or his stock, (as it i is entirely new,) before' chasing Newton, late of said County,deceased.' Table Salt. For sale by Nerve- and Done SHI LinlmeDI.ELDS &. 'FCOtllU1R. ,

MrNAUGIIT &ORMOND. bv S. S KNIGH'rJ elsewhere. S. F. BURNEY. PATRICK SMITH, Adm'r. D. C. WILSON I.lD Q'J'D' '''

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