The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Y & ROWLES, CORRESPONDENCE.Quixcr the tumultuous heaving: of lhat fitficr's bosom was ;
and Commission Merchants and a he notes from day to day the ;rtdual del elopetncnt corn'oand.! a more responsible planted himself upon the confines of his coun. solving! nattmredist! ird: lbt-dul: !; pss of tho ,' ;
lurtiwrn 6 1850. try, resolved !lo riudicate the oil of our nowly tomb I and shedding halo the ; '
, Brokers. Sept. [ of those moral and ittetecltul qualities Florida had become the around!\ couch
now of
; Colon of the tnJI Dear General:-The undersigned Com- which ere long are to chronicV his darling an barhuit-the scene Indi. acquired territory from Iho footsteps of the invading of the dying patriot, "enabled ,htm"to excUInV: ', t

: fTWNKH'L I I hivincfljtli-iedtheini'elveistlutthev for. th I'on past feafon.PVC nl.t.t. tuittee of Arranpements, In behalf the citizens boy amongst the illustrious t of L J land and ihe St. Johns to wj.r.\"hoop the Choctawbatchee, sounding from foe, or (to perish in the attempt. With in that honest hour, I am prepared to die ; I, :

am offer 1ll'ir. '"'"U'N of (;Jadsden County' reseclfu11y l had means conle?.edly inadequate ; an overwhelming have always tried to do d-ity." There, .
'.rt,1 to their patroru l K IC | I.tg give him a niche in the temple ( Fame 1- broken the placid! slimber of the cradle and my was" : ;
VOTTON P.ROKERS They will attend to the lal ieM Jt-aveto lender you their giatrfu! acknowledgments lIa'e'ou paused to conteiopla the affectionate filled the mother's bnon with I hostile force in front ; a wilderness on a sentiment, my countrymen, which should Ld '.

I .; COTTON nutkct by .amJI.! and.and Ret lit*prompt IliI."t return P1'Ice for the promptness with which you re- w mother. as she looks wit\ rapturous The frontier settles were driven appalling in by drea'I.I either between hand ; a thonsind; miles! intervening' emblazoned on every family altar in the' land; rj :;
thf him and hp
, Ofthe that t ume. .'wi alow.'f on 1.ot male, thf' will be aidelotaVeeteiy pponded to their call, and the very able and emotion at her little group, aid delcts in that cursions of the. ho ie! savages, for a "distance in his old succor ; was now called and taught by every 4triOtiC matron to her
"pon age toperil all that i is dear to lisping babes. In that brief .
''J athanloice of he fluctuation* of the happy manner in which you executed the lafck social casket some gemofsparklingVilliaticy of more than five i nndred milesr, and the Eust. the sediment is con. T'4 "
market. Their charge t.uil! Le a(follows devolved and a of of emitence 1- soldier-the hard-earned, and cherished tamed a "ulluneof history-the history of** an .
J upon you request ropy your -some budding promised ern and Soirtheri Districts of the then .
Mile of I 12 bales or 5f I cent per hale. laurel of his early ddys. Bat did he faulter honest in'in." :
( For (I chaste and eloquent Eulogy (or r-Jicatiou. Have ever tried to appropriatethe emotions ,
., u u. you had becoire literally deserted
2 40 by its in. in his
did his '
4 I heart '
beneaththe The .
: purpose ; quail influence of
I 4. 40 rn) I u" Wilh wnliments profound respect, of Her of classic memory, wV>, when habitants. Ths military arm of the Federal accumulated No. tha Maxican war
4 difficulties ..
!2 M We asked for her her he scented in which our hero so targ"Jy participated, '
Over "0" ; are re"pecfulJ, jewels exultingly poined to Government lad been forth
4 BP.RRY .c. put to stay the to rIse with the occasion ; difficulty but nervedhis might well claim in this connection the
ROWLF : servants, eons ? then, then may you readily |ardou od! work d-vnsution which fast alien )
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september J. M. W. DAVIDSON BRA WELL, mother's love, she sometimes eihibs a moth this critical juncture the services of the Hero Harrison youthful defender of Fort to myself for this occasion is well nigh spent .
1iThIiNSTITUTE.IIEDICAL new carne to the aid of the aged and suffice it to remark that .
J J. H. VERDIER, S. K. LOVE, cr's \'anit). of Fort Harison were again called J into whilst the American .
warrior unabated
requisition '
by chilling influence of
j DEPARTMENT. Committee of the citizen has learned to appreciate iL* ,
General born in re.
Taylor was f
and him
.4rrangcrenl.t. par ice see invested with the chief You well :
regular course ol Lectures iu ibis Institute To Gen. C. II. DoPo.vr.QMNCV and from the social position of his finily we I command ,f the forces years. remember, fellow citizens, sources of his Government, a lesson has been k' :
THE commence the first of Novetnher, and operating in Florida how all eyes were turned lo the Rio Grande ; taught to the nations of Europe which .
the that h ,
until the lat of February. The Anatomical alejuIotlifit..1 conclusion enjoyedin : his head quarters no.where, and his field with what intense the may :
, continue will be and ready to receive Sep 7, 1950. earl., 73 the advantages of a refjed asso. i iciatioll. quarters every xvhere. The selection strained anxiety pablic :aze was contribute in no slight decree! to preserve the c ':.'::
Deprttment was a to the result .
apn anticipate until the of the
tndent. by the first of er. The Medical Petrtment Gen.'lemrzYour h ni4i und.r date tf ,.eg. But possessed of an ardentempera.ment i judicious one-to j>o safer Harris could air Iii,. .4. .L_ L.._.& u.__? ? .. ..:.h pulBaiun ,jltt peace civilized world.sImdifarywcare'e4v'9cic'2 ;;
".i be under I he dlreUul oftheolowlnl terday, requesting for publicti; a copy 4'the and not to be won from the pursuit of portanta trust have been committed, and but suffusion excitement. But the???pause? is momentary |! ( / "...bill_.mortal. ._.'_with._ '; _.l. ",

J. CONCEPT CKOM?,arLbOflS.Piolessor of the Institutes of Addrew which I recently had
Medicine and Medical Jurupiudence.W livering before the pen; !e of Gadsden-County, resolved to give his services lo hit country, wiich tn&rksd our national councils in the glorious issue. The battle has been tured subject. Indeed, the speaking canvas I. {

BVRD POWKLL: M. D., Professor of Tin'siology, commemorative b tts Virtues and Public and early devoted himself! the prqssion of reference to the conduct of the Florida war, fought ; the victory won ; the bloody fields of had already received the last touch, and the f j .:

Pathnligy l Mineralogy and Geologj. i Services of our Chief Magistfje, is at arms. About the age of twenty.for or in we had lot now been called upon to contemplate Palo Alto and Uesacc.are emblazoned on the .' patriot soldier"! stood out in the full and rounded I

|R.| J.S.HULAC NEWTON, M., M.D.D., riofessor Professor of ol Theory Surgery.and Practice hand. .'I tl .. idrefs was prtJue at your t t-be year 1603, he received from IresideniJefferson the prospect of! the re-enactment of the page of history, and the name of Z:1ChprJ'Taylor proportions of a finished character. 1'II't'I: <

I of Medicine. instance, I fed 1 jat }you \' a to con the commission of Lieuteitat in the scenes cf 18367.( Scarcely had he entered !. is embalmed in the hearts of his grate. But his destiny was not yet accomplished. : -

J. A. WIIAOM M. D., Profe" or ol Obstetrics and trol the Su >osjnn to be made of it, and accordingly arm}' oflhe United States, It was &out this Florida before we hear of him in the Hammock ful countrymen.Nor At the call of a grateful and admiring people, j1 I .

Ju.tst Women and ChiMien. encloss you the copy used upon the period that our commerce began to \ annoy. of the Peninsula exerting his ingenuityto are the energies of the old soldier yet he is soon to exchange the habiliment of the It l, ', '
D. Professor f ia Mctlica and
J Therapeutics.Z. ., ( Malt occasion. For the complimentary manner in ed by the operations the Berlin aid MilanDecrees. bring: the savages to a stand ; the next in. exhausted. With the promptitude of the Ru. Soldier for the robe of State ; and in due time j : ,

;. FRECMAV, M D., Professor of \natnmy. which you have seen fit to allude to that eiTort, ." and the British Orders p Coun. telligenre was the report of the battle of Okeechobee. "man General, he pushes the war into the ene. we see him installed! the Chief l Executive Mag-' .r-: :

J. M.LTo' S'NDFU. A. M., M. I)., Pioic&sor of lie pleased to accept of my acknowledgments. cil." The countervailing legislation Congress On this field! the enemy were en. my's country. Maiamoros yi KU to his victorious iterate of this great nation. lie who had just 'f .

Chemistry,' and Pharmacy.CI.1NQ.UE I am, icntlerren! produced a speedy revocation
JlTpilirinr' .-Ptofessor H.LMrrORER J Very respectfully yours &c. by the French Government, butde latter owing to the peculiarity of its location, and.. assault ; Sulti'Io! throws wide her frown. richest ornaments, now sits in the presence of : "

Suiftf/,- ..(.-..or S.HtLF.n. NEWTON. C.H.I DcPOXT.I. ) were permitted to continue in full uce to a the disgraceful flight of all but one company lug gates, and the American soldier plants Minerva. The easel] receives ihe unoccupied \ .
Z. I'arEMLN M D Anatomical Demonstrator., ? R. HAKKIS, E!q.} and others, Committee later day, and. adJ.'d to the insult dVred to of the Missouri volunteers/ who constituted a himself in the passes of LJiu'tia VUta-the I canvass. A few random strokes are thrown .t

. The fe sfnr a full cour!e of Lectures amount lo I of..trrange.nents.AN. our National Flag on board the Chmpeake, large ptriion of his effective force. But this I Thermopyla of modern days-prepared to athwart its vacant surface, when lo the IUS". f: "i ,

one hundred and 6"f dollars ---. ----- ---, --'- was fast producing a feeling of irrktion in unlooked for desertion: was not permitted to emulate the deeds of the ancient Lacedemo hate archer claims the subject as hU own.- 111 ,
ofe-wor'H $15. Matiellator's $5.Pcinoimtrator't.
Earl' ; Pee tirkc jUO. Graduation. ADDRESS I ihe public mind, which fore sliadowefcomingdifficulties. thwart Us settled purpose ; he had challenged nian.A. The hand of the fur artist is palsied ; the lucid ; ..

Ttl i>.*!defirinR! turther inf.mnaliol will please ad- Coininnnoratiecofthe ''ir'uf Pub/it Services vf The dark war-cloud beg to ob.sciif the enemy lo a pitch battle and he was determined most critical period in the history of the pencil dros: ; and posterity is doomed to J Jr I
: !in the citv will please call on him at I approaching storm. It was under Icse dr. mauling force regulars, and the volunteer which thirty-five years before had shed its hand attempt to fill uj' the lineaments that '':
COlmt'rda Hotel of t'l Faculty.. IJ l"/ ,Iat, Iht .\ a/IUI Chuith in Qiiinry, Flo cum
L\W DEP \RTMHNT. '"( a,11 thr'Jltt Jay of.Juguttt. I). lS>5'J.HV began to heave responsive to his nuntry's ately charged the enemy, and promptly drove I bash, Ins now in its ascending orbit planted the just judgment of Posterity ., :
----,- ------ necessities, and in thiconclu- I them from the 'eld the of the itself above/ the of i Buena Vista The '
rugged ,
lion H ,. M. HIM;, Profcj M>r of theory and practice we are justified at point bayonet. heights patriot the hVro lnj nrney \ii done. L. i
o< Law. : CH.RLr H. DUPO.VT. sion that his choice of a profession ras not The vic'ory was won-another wreath en. and awaits the i i'slIC of the fearful contest. All his earn are now o'er his U,f battle won: ;, '

JOHN IhIUln.I: E-']., 1'iofessor of CommercialJurifpiudenre. A nation mourns the Idol of its heart i is i I uninfluenced by the portending event. In the t\\itirtd his brow, and l the rank of brevet Brig The laurels of forty years are now to receivenew I I How And l calmlym in his,.Idu.!sorro.-i *and and teirsf fear*. ., I
1612 and about the of.he adier General rewarded his valor. accessions, or.to the forfeit ofdcPat. '
year opening war
pay Let I thefli whi"h "
and he
in Dark loved
TrRMg-O ncr Session.. Irok.ntbp people are tears I I ; rivelope hu form, a. '.
A communications :pertaining'u I h department muurful event which has convened us. j with Great Britlain, he rose to the rtik of a The result of this btlile: has been a fruitful: It is an eventful moment, big with consequen.,I Which often streamed: o'er him i a the bat lie'{ fierce f ," .
fonsl 1 I bf addre"wd to E- W. M. i.": The tolling bell as it out its saddened Ciptain and soon gave evidence of tin possession them of comment fcr the pothoust critic, and celt.or i is the veteran soldier utunindm! of I stnrm : C". t" .
Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 2G. 1 J1rG.:1 "t from thousand tel! the j those qualities which ultimately lroduc.t'd fire side reviewer. The Commander upon I these consequences. Wilh characteristic Oh calm let him rest with hi< deed and his f.me, :' '.
notes a *pire booming I And haloa of iclory encircle hi
him into the of fame and hima that occasion has been with I calmness lie t the Before him name. [blade, .Hi, .;
temple flippantly charged s-iene.
minute it breaks the silence of the I gve surveys i his sword bit ; .j
Tit" Faculties, for intellecttn! -.hihties, moral gun, a o. j Lay on breast there's ne soot on iN ; fli
worth and prnfrgMonable acquirement will compare' cean, and is echoed back from the rued brow passport to one of its highest niche. The t a lack juJgement in the. selection of his,po.. stand twenty thousand ot jlexicos choicest In whose cankering breath his green hnrel.fwill fade; I
firomlity with the most distinguished I i in our ou nt ry. of ihe towering mountain he sullen drapery defence of Fort Harrison stands out oon the sition, and an unnecessary exposure of his troops led on by the idol of the army, and 'Twa* first to 1t'.d on at humanity's call- I
The Medical faculty constitutes an anomaly in this of national State settled page of history as a precious gem wiich; at. men. It is true that Geneial Taylor selected stimulated to vengeance by every feeling of It W33 stayed with *wt'el mercy when plor was all! i
your In tht' of the hem I'
I any the other.beet country--. all of them are able lecturers gloom that the 10use-thl and tracts rather by the brilliancy of its hue, than for his battle line an open field, while his enemy patriotism. From the well compacted columns Let him path past with his sword with to pity the he pressure Irixl- of God! '. ;

ni Tbn( who tllch.r will contemplate our chases for a mark rom publc be&ut's counlmance brow its wont- the magnitude of its proportions. It.is, an was protected by the density of the Hainmck of the enemy, he turns his eye to his own : f

''ma. and the extent (If our population le rart.i(110 cd emile the scenes which now surround us event which beamed out in cheering tontrast : but it will require only a brief examination meagre means of defence and there id presented Four Days later from Europe. ;. ,

iII, IK tr the illegibility of our situation fit unerIrI4' .n. -the solemn- whore tones till linger with the fcu'len: gloom which enshruuted the into the circumstances of the case, inor- a contrast which might well appal the ARRIVAL OF THE A1IEKICA. '\'. ,I

ti1 f the kin t As to'health, including, all seajear on the ear death-dirge-all-all tell with impressive early history of the war, and wil' si on the tIer to relieie him from the charge. It will be boldest heart., But that eyo as it calmly turnsis NEW-YOUK, OCT. 9-10 A. M. ,i. [
of ib.
.nn MAI M'WE.t we deny that AMY nrxtR: CiTY I emphasis. that the nation't, Chief Magistrateis pjges of that history, like a brilliantstar, in recollected that the main effort of the commanders arrested by the manly form and gallant The Atlantic i arrived at 10 o'clock this morn., .-,

\ rumiuon error exult in the c'.$ihd".f Tnany stud no mure-Taylor i U4ea.d 1 the firmament of night.He who had preceded: him was to bringthe bearing of tb .chh'atrou3 Davis, whose halting in; bringing Liverpool dates to .fJp' 2.,th uIr.- 1.' :, ;
: u-Utue to the of( .tud, who searches the chronicles ofihe to a reipilarpitcheilhittle.} but to sail, under the of the Sen. ;
li place >jng n'fdidn" ;. .Death loves a shining mark-a single blow, past enemy up even now pressure She brings ont hundred audtweuty-eurntiMa. ; .'
Iht who intend practicing among\hr di!ea"( olSjulh A h'o\which while it executes, al.rmt, merely with view of filling his intll ctual I tbis time their efforts had proved \tu 'th"e'- atorial ro'irt! attests the devotion: of a. patriotic senyer t' .
),! W.hnd a.chGrlyhfce,hould eettamU ctueate l Chlm.Ifl And startles thousands with a single (all !" storc-housc with the un hap ned Imber of, (;General Taylor was well informed in regardto heart. There, too, is Wool!, th, accomplished Liverpool Co ton Market. :.4, f t' '11
Faculty are r.elicaU ac- and incidents has half Indian character he had b.en thorougly/ disciplinarian and gallant soldier ; there the .: 1
'"ia."a. with 'hoM 'e*.e<. Sad I though this dispensation be, yet is it re. only apreciafedthe ; The sales of Cotton yesterday amounted' l Id .y :
of for if it be that schooled in warfare, and understood fearless May-the Munt of the Mexican wai. '
Iht(public may 1t".fd of t1f petmansnrv I "cel by the spontaneous exhibition of a na- province history ; /ue savage ten thousand bales, at advanced of 1 of t .
rv f (Ihit ,school we o nT diitv fl ta'r, that magnanimity ? But yesterday, and the History is Philosophy! teaching by cample." perfectly the different motives which infl.ien- -there the lamented Yell, and Clay, ant I an e .. :.';
the Tru-.tees and Faculty form a UMT in action, din of/ stiife heard the then are we admonished, in estimating the importance ced the civilized and savage warrior. Hesiw McKee ; but above all there are five thousand penny during the previous three diys. : ,
was through
whuh well for its future (party The wheat is had : '
a'icnrs surces ; and! that crop not so goodas a.'i"'i" ; .
the peculiar inlernal' organization whifh connect? length and breadth of our land-but yesterday, of an act, to look beyond ita\n'nedi.' : the one urged forward mainly for the vindication stout American yeomen, panting for glory/ and cted. The has turned ', .
them UOI.ie interrupted. and contending hoi were marshalled in hose ate results, and to trace it to its uliimle con. of his honor, while the o'her burning I I pledged to the defence of their country's flag. better than was crop : .
E M. \\'. KING. tile array, brandishing the weapons of party tf'IInccs.1t'Wt} rJ in the former I lhl, the with deadly hate, seeks only :.he gratification I As the aged warrior surveys the scene, his anticipated.{ .. j

PifnUentoftke Faculty. warfare-to-day, aU is calm as the dumber olinluncy defence of *' Fort H-irrisou"! dvvind-s into of a revengeful spirit. lie had learned full eye lights up with youtbf.il animation : the -
lhy f, tSO. IS <.m ., . the of these different resolve is made, and the advancing col. Fnii.\DKX.riiiA, OCT. Q.Fenwylraniit :.
Death lot the second time invades comparative insignificance, when contrasted well [that under operation stern '
DANCING ACADEMY. the IJ "ideutial mansion-the nation is appalled with the achievements enacted upor a more motives, whilst the one might be temptedto umns tireleJltbe coming strife. Soon is beard Elecl t1lls. % ; ;

City Hotel our heats are subdued, our passions ta. extended field operations ; but :U i much> to accept battle, even at fearful odds, the other the rattling of arms-swm is seen the mingling The returns of the elections from Congress"in :: ,' t r

MR T It"I IMl, from t ht. ( .of London. and med ; the din of party strife the arm of be doubted] wheth, philosopically cnvidered, never consents to strike but with the assure of combattauis-!oon u felt the dreadful shock Pennsyhania, as far as heard from g.vo; the ': ': 1; i
r.ris.'11:1 leave most respectfull} lo announce the warrior falls nerveless ceases at his side the mighty events of Buem Vista gae to the I ance ofpcrfecl success. Under these circum. of the caverly/ charge, and ever and anon the following as the result.In ,"
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that of ting at the city ntietationot he will manj' La.1i.and gentlemen : the patriot par sleeps'! embalmed in a nation's Hero of that day, any better claims: a high stances, and infl'iencee by these con idera. I hoarse-mouthed cannon sounds the requiem of I t the first District, FLORENCE, Democrat,' Ii :

place.about" the 1st OIf1 of D\an""hr.Aradenty! for il at Cn.etiu/the above gratitude, his faults forgotten, and his virtues order military talents than was exthi'ed by I lions, he caused his line of. battle to be formed :: dissolving! ranks. But lo amid this scene of is ejected over Levin. Whig. Chandler, Whig 1 .' .f

tile ekgiiit .ccf mili( *hment of Dancing. only remembered. Oh 1 it is a redeeming him in the former ill tancc. It is .hui that ; on the open plain, with the assurance mat it i carnage and death, I see one calm and unmoved. is elected in the second. Moore, Whig, in .. .

Parents teldinl iheir children, mav' re,.t assured trait in the fallen nituie: of man, that he w. art too much inclined, in forrtiitg our estimate i was the only means of bringing on a general Tis an aged warrior, with whitened} the third. Ilobbins, Democrat in the fourth .! 1
that M. R pn4 beg ieavefuslaiv b*' tarrd; that(for their l n-furnishi-d improvement.Mr. I bows in admiration before the majesty of em-til military achievement, to'ouk: rather engagement, and with the hope that afier be. I locks and wrinkled brow. The calmness of McNaid, in the fifth, being a Democrat gain. .

letters of r.nmm"ld"tiol: fioin man highly ref=with| ec- I, Lt1td'irut and loves to pay a native ofFering I at ihe magnitude of the event, bn at the coming engaged, the enemy might either be. '! self-possession marks his every rnoxemeut, and I I Stevens, Whig, reflected in the eight. Gian. (, ;,
table families tehl'inl his quaLifietwts lor the at tlline-'lis one of those strokes of ',attendant circumstances! ; and consequently drawn from his cover, or induced to stand his the sternness of hijjh resolve impresses his cy Jones, Democrat in the ninth. Dirnmock; jo>t'I

profession. I penciled light, thrown across the gloominess : many of the achievements subordinate ac. pfe-detcrmincd charge. rigid countenance. Quick to perceive the I I Democrat, in the tenth. .' > .

nian Mr.. U the ill% each the La Lancer*.QuadriUes/Coledo-: of the fall to perpetuate the memory of hishigh I tors iti the history of every country, ire suffers 1, So far, then, from subjecting the commin-! swaying of the battle: line, ho is prompt at The election in the city passed off quietly. :. ', .

Manrla., Fancy Dancf".and Ga1opade. Waltzing Polka Dance Spanish original.We 1 ed to sink into oblivion, when if proicrly con der to the charge of recklessness or a lack of ,. every point danger, and imparts c-nfidence Galphiu, Whig his been elected Mayor of }. .

&C- Trl$10 prr gchoLir.for 13 If man*. arc assembled fellow citizens, to con. sidered, they would serve to light uplhe pages judgment, I have ever looked upon his orderof by his presence. But the curtain of night the city by a large majority. .t, .
Hotel)Further, ,particulars can be ascertained it the City template the character of one, who but a few I i of that history as do the twinkling stars the battle as a fine exhibition of the highest I drops and the scene is changed. The din of Among the passengers in the Atlantic was f

to'h.r Mr. R.private Subnet lessons iption may be and had terms on application left. weeks since, occupied the highest post in human firmament of heaven This e1t, which quality of a military chieftain-the ability to I battle has ceased-the mortal strife has closed, James Watson Webb and family, and Col. i >

at the Bonk Store and Senticel papeu. government ; one who had filled I lh has scarcely attracted the notice of.hts gener. pi-rceive and the firm resolution promptly to I and nought is to be heard hut the stifled groanof Hitchcock, of tfle U. S. A. .

-. 'Q. ISfl. :ofce.nlfrh H measure ofhis country's glory, and added fresh al hislorion, was not without its iiiience' in adapt the means to the end. The great error the expiring soldier. I see the same old III France the Socialist of Bloaisbad! made : :

To Mechanics, Inventors and lustre to the brightest page of her history.. ... shaping the destiny of the young soldier, for committed in the conduct of the Florida war, warrior, with hurried steps, hastening through an attempt to induce the soldiers of t ihe Sf.. mr :..'.

Manufacturers. We core to pay the tribute of our respect to he soon afterwards received from President as was perceptible at the time to every mili. the ranks of the dead and ding. I see that' Regiment oflnfintry to revolt, which.wa u'u. r "

the memory}' of him whose fame is emphatically.I ;Madison the brevet rank of Major, as a tedi. tary eye, was the total disregard of this leading heart, so stern in the mortal conflict; subduedto successful and thj proposition was indignantly : t .

THE pu\isber.! ei of,'e the notice SCIENTIFIC that A MCRIC AN : ajnalion'u! inheritance ; and in the performance monial of his gallantry upon that t.Ccar-i.m-it principle in military science, and a conseqtjetit a mother's softness ; and that eagle eye, refused. '" c

of this valuable! journal will be CmmffCN the'JI I volume on the I of this grateful duty, we know no party dh>. : indeed constituted the t first step-stone to his future parsimoniousness of life, which but forth who;e lightning glance! shot through the smokeof From Rome we learn that two decrees of :/, -

t wenty-first of September net, oflcring alavorable tinclins we recoguize: no exc'u
opportunity for all lo subscribe who take an interest priation'e! meet not a Whigs, nor us I the close of the war with Great Drittain, the can soldier, might have operated to fix a blot hi'bold him like an angel of mercy, as he ed, and paper money had declined tbree'per ... .

an Arts and progress Manufactures and den.lopmfnt of of the Mechanics, Democrats, but a American citizens, proud of materials at my command do not furnish any upon his fair fame. Hence the protractednessand bends o'er the dying soldier, and whispers cent. :' .
our char-
cter of the Sientifcmelcan cuntf.1 too well Till known the fame of an American Hero. i definite information in regard to his particular humiliating termination of the struggle, consolation to a heart whose last pulsation The Papist army will consist of 19,000'The .l. .

throughout country, a detailed account To a political opponent has been generously fields, operati'-n ; it is known however that which, while it devastated the fairest portionof beats responsive to the memory of home.- mp.n .t.1 .
uf The the variouieubjects discussed I through its columns. confided the grateful task of commemorating I he continued on active field duty to the termination our infant Territory, was fruitful only in I I listen and I catch the suppressed whisper of Tuscan Government has'resolve I Ifto 'f'J .,, !

<, it the aim m o the thorough publishes and useful.always scientific. been to ren- the virtues and senices'of late Chief Mag.ifctrate. ;. of the contest, which was closed In ablaze disappointed hopes and mortified ambition. I :. that talismanic word "duty and I see the grant 2 ,OOU pounds on demand of England I : y ,

the country ; and to judge of this, by comparing journalin Your confidence is not mUplaceiJ.! of glory, that threw a halo around the may here be permitted to indulge the remark countenance of the din2} man all radiant with for; losses Mistain-HJ by the 0,litish subjects du. J .

t circulation and influence with other publcal.onl. It was my fortune to occupy)' in the Presidential Stars and Siripes.l and stamped the name of that, if the class of critics before alluded to, hope. That warrior is Zichery Taylor-he ritiif the occup'uion of L ghoi n. ff.
f the, tame cIas.t hf% have t the unequ j"oal tyJ nce canvass of 1849, a prominent position u an Andrew Jackson with the impress of lnmor.t when about to furnish themselves with material has now fought his last battle-his name is The Austrian Government were quite in.
*> e Hi nine a. the leading eiponent of Ihe Aria and electoral candidate, and it will ever be one of .hit3. for their sapient lucrubrations, could only given to inmorldliiy, and he closes his military dtgnant at 11 ay nan's treatment i in England, I':

&ienC1"il be published weekly I heretofore in quarto the pleasing reminiscences of my life, that Upon the conclusion' of the treaty of peace be induced to approach a little nearer to the career by furnishing to his country a page of and urges the king of H.uiovar to interfere! load \.

form fine paper, affording at Ihe end of IW year never upon any occJiol wan this hand ever Major Taylor still continued his connection scow of action and mingle somewhat in its history all luminous with glory. ; the election of 11asset m order to gain' t '_ .

..n illiutrattd Eneyctopasdia of over lour hundred extended to pluck a leaf from that chaplet with the military service of his country, have deadly strife, I apprehend their efforts would! : We may now pause briefly to analyze the absolute} power. '.. ''l.: ,''
)ges, w-nh a index, and from Five /Fundifl lo which with truth but the : moral elements which formed the character of Danish operations by sea still
Hunrln-J original sat 5 gracefully upon the Patriut's"rw. ing :allantly won rank by the'prowess of his not tnly be more consonant continue, as t I '
"Si uf relerence, besides en.avings a vast dtlcribe( practical by el. No Fellow Citizens 1 I have ever sword, it was a prize too dear to the heart of public would be relieved from the perusal of him who so greatly' illustrated his country's also/ among the Islands of the west coast.. .IqSchleswig ..jo'v'}

Mnrmition concerning the progress tIunt of Scientific and I looked npon the fame of our illustrous men as the soldier to be exchanged for th inglorious inuc'i useless Irish. history. General Taylor possessed in a superior nothing important hail. occurred f' .

Mechanical' Improvements ChemMry,', Civil Engineering constituting the beautiful Corrinthian ease of civil life. Already/ was the star of his It was not General Taylor's fortune to witness degree all the essential,elements of great. -- .
piar ,
,;Minufartnring Jk in all its various' branches! which support the Dome of our ali\nal glory destiny fixed over ihe fjture battle field of the termination of hostilities in Florida. ness ; and he would have altaiued to eminence Reported far the Vfyarletton Merevry.

Arittutf.lange Maeorry of the,.' tan-ihhor it embraces ; and palsied be the suicidal hand which Buena Vista and his march was steady to the The conduct of the war was confHed to other in whatever sphere of life his fortune might Arrival, of the British Steamer Esrop.: ,

I all poises a original Sience.not fuund in would mar the symetry of that structure goal of a laudable ambition. Ever ready to hands soon afler he had succeeded in removingthe have placed him. Wisdom and goodness LATER PROM EUROPE J.

?"J nlhrr weekly' journal in the country, viz: an In essaying the performance of my task, respond to the call of duty, he cheerfully gaveUI friendly Indians located on the Apalachicola were his prominent characteristics. With & BALTIMORE .Oct. \ '
fda! List of Patent Climt.prepared fVpre sly for thai), be no part of mine li invande the Itgiti.i the blandishments of society, the comfort river ; and he transferred with his com. cool and discriminating judgment, he was H. : {
t1ol at the r thus The Br. Steamer .
the American Keperloiy te\ Ofie ion.C4 nstilutingit.. i mate province of Biography; indeed if even and refinement civilized life, and became I mand to the South-western frontier But he quick lo apprehend the means best adapted lo Enropa arrived at New ) .
InconnbctUnwilh. the publi.hing department,the the occasion were appropriate to such an effort emphatically *' frontier man." It was here i was not long to ha permitted to remain inactive the accomplishment of a desired end ; and his York at 9 o'clock! this morning bringing ad. '. {

.proprietors transact the mOt extensive Home and the time prescribed to myself would pre. that exempted from the enervating influence ; the star of his destiny was fast'approacb.. iron will was the sure harbinger of success. vice from Liverpool to the :JSili ult. ;

their oretgo. facj1itjeI business done ID this country; consequently elude more than an entrance within her portals. licensed indolence, he sedulously cultivated ing its point of culmination ; the negotiations He was great in I hIt true acceptation of that The Liverpool Muriel .Early in the week! ,II". "
/ Bniit be correspondingly wperior. I those foot the term. His was not the eratic flight of the unchained the Cotton Market was aClif., but closed dull. L...
.TERMs$2 OOyer year, in advance: $1 for may be permitted however, to referto great powers of mind which afterwards fr the annexation Texas were on ; Ii
The from the
"X months. All letters must be pout paid 0 di. a few (lithe more striking incidents in Ihe sustained him under the most trying circuni. Lone Star" had made its transit to and constitoted meteor, confounding' and dazzling by advievs United States by the .\. t:

rte to MUNN I CO publishers the Scientific history of thin great and good man, as furnish stances, and extorted from the conqueror of one of that constellation which was.. the I brilliancy of its corruscations ; but rather meric-i' roborated .those by the Atlantic, 1 .j.
ifo. 1 Fullon gtretl. New York. lug subjects for rtaection, which may not Waterloo the appelution of" the great Cap destined soon to blaze in glory over the baltle. .ihe steady and majestic march of the full-orbed caused the article to advance hilly an eighth \ '

..AI' INDUCEMENT FOR CLUBBING. prove unprofitable upon the present occasion. lain of ihe age. fields of Mexico. The Republic of Texas Queen of Night, the modesty of whoso mien of a penny but the speculators? demand fell off ;\ftl.: '
us I
pesn for and the receded
sia' Booths, st o'r tegular! ntH, shall ab-ribfr be entitled fu to To the noble and justly celebrated State of At the breaking out of the Indian troubleson bad become a State of the Confederacy, and claims the homage of the heart. His char. prices leaving quotations at .

On ,_, {o the same length of tim or K'e will Virginia are the American people Indebtedfor our Nortb.\\ 'tern frontier, known as the the" arm of the General Government acter seems to have taken its impress from the the close oftbe we.I.nt'arly the same os'thoseof ,. ;

JO arll.b fur their late Chief Magistrate ; to her appel. *' Black Hawk war," his services were again pledged for her protection. The act. of annexation contemplation of his own loved river-the noble the preceeding week r l The sales,amount t'; .'
cpie. 6 months 00 ed to 43,360 bale :. Speculators )1-,
10 gs lation. into however with. Mississippi-whose placid tide, disdaining exporter .
12 6 the mother Statesmen, may now put requisition, and we sae him promptly was not accomplished, ,
U.e. HiUO ISO) be added that of 6 the mother of the warrior," repanng at the head of his regiment, to the out exciting in the bosom of a sister Republic the frettul excentricitit of the mountain took 18,000 bali l leaving the remainder .4 'f

2.Souihen 12 03 (io for upon the canvass which perpetuates the scene i't.active operations. That fHd was feelings of mortified pride and meditated re. streamlet, presses with calm and resistless to tbs trade. The mK>rtatioas exc<'eJdd th- J

flIt&oni and Western money taken at par for sub- character Taylor, the lineaments of the sol. { wilderness, far beyond the tread civilized venge. The war-clout! again loomed up from power to its ultimate' destiny. demand of spinners and exporters. The stock i
; or hand is '
'aloe.IRhM1UM..wAny! Po.ffiet rtw,,. liken at heir full dier must always stand out pre-eminently conspicuous. mn, and held out to the hopes of the soldier, the horizon of our South-western frontirr; the To a sound intellect and virtuous heart, on 481,00'0'balesr! The Committee (

pers andin! u. three ..ub.upbt..llbetlle It i i. not an ur.freque.nl charge o a. J nought but the promise of mental anxiety and heavens became darkened with the portending he adJed a stern simplrcity! of deportment Brokers Mobile 3 -quote New as Orleans follows : Fair Uplands, 7J; i: ;; I

to a copy of the history gainst (the ** Old that she exhibits physical suffering : but 'twas the call lo duty, storm and the hoarse mutterings of the which was ,in beautiful harmony with the 81. tt'I" ,
,how an Navigation,- pub'ished'? in an undue amount of uniJ', and no small haie and the soldier obeyed. Nor did hA leave the coming conflict were heard in ibe distance. character of our Republican institutions: and ''O'IA fourth of the' : t .
O: It will be tessto one. of the be read, about the J hat of of arrogance in appropriating to herself the barren field until .hu hud plucked another In this emergency, the eyes ,of the nation' involunUrily l lend us back to the dn\,of Wash is dei' ivud. from taxes revenue drinks in Great Britaiq J 'J..

'lp"' ...bir.: i.'U. mf
'l"OCtulej Ja. \tl(ektaml'llll But f.tltt. have jou ever fKoajod to fathorjlhe his. brow. !n:. if r\ices vrere gtsnrr- 'ocks ailesledlhe confidence of a grat duty," and it -vrii a consciousness this There are:DO solid rocks.in: the Arct5'r ; ,

1.1SO. t dej'th.of pirenlal J.t'; have you marked ally appreciated by }liii :'McriiiiKtut\ t, aiiJ h- fill ll'e, ,...jie.1'itfi a sutell b'uV;' IUnf( farce, &e l principle! which, "Yell In tje{ Mru,&k-s of cju. giuns1 J\VIDJ to tho fccvere tru* ,. j :' "

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I ;of4ig ;;;:; : : "ball bbcpartj > Calculating: tho Cost. em! Tanig.
and of I therefore, I think ra r t. iP'' r T"0 S S !
the) island cppo>itt town, -many our nun quite unlikely tl) put > <% ]
iij e $lori rian S ttmit.J and busily engaged citberinjeopardy.. I am iu"favor, as I think 'i (>f'h MIII," mId every ihing bav 1 'Wp take. the following: powerful [&' rg ( foicri. -ta: Iht

4 "- bay-men pilots were io every 'Whig is, nftcircumcribing slavery : ing lenieneyti.). adance the! inieiesl'of.( a biball 1\1 td agifiut thcrAboIiti ills''* from the""Kew; Tort Such talk!! ni tbi', ?, miBrewtJ; ?
J s aringili. goods that they could ,not come up 1 bavejjurtVoHSideYaiion xviih, us. f.! tvel fled e.1
R. B. HILTON & C. E. DYKE xvithtu its present bound I am opposed to partWe', : S Ulan lo mike: our ortbera tll-
I EDITORS AXD P20FRICTXMW. lo vote. TiftRiicnt voters (runa Calhoun and u iit encroachments: ,and I shall n.:8t both.in }all reserve to o.ure1vetheight (freel} 'E1'PfCl"I""U1II'.Y. J think. L-MoreV &Jf.
t But
_: Gadaden voted for CaMl and these brought! whateVer situation ( may be placed. vEaraonyll -> to d (0" measures. bf Stale policy.: ',' '"1 rj 'to 7.' Etpftit.. all will eo ,u, th() IUfce.t' i 0
COMMERCE AND "DISUNION.Now such reascrniug as thi I h
Saturday, October 19, 1850. his vote up lo 90 But-you nee Franklin is aU I I I Ecwardisn Sustained in the North.11UCU" based ulelvn I. tLe i i
,1 fact that
t there
that the < ;
attempt has been made at Sy are right.! Who can read the following e idence! of r HeralJ, occupying as it does an Jcr which ti..J '
racuae to the Bills. South will
cr Want of room prevents us from more re-open Compromise to re. resist i even to the i
I The democratic majority In Tranklin, in Northern approval of the Fugitive ,S Yc..B.iU. indttxindent position in politics, is pe.hap< a iaio: the slavery i issues, and lo fan (lilt: fltuies disuuion. con or i
\ than referring the reader to the chaste anJ Believing that lb'ro 1
I 1848, was 38.Wcshi.ngtor&Nothng. I and then question' thai the Omnibus, V re_stur-t letter authority; than any of the ''IMiticall':1. of Abolition, il becomes u*, in \.hose street t* $ a patond ; 1 1

eloquent ) to ILe Memory of ib* lute definite bus been : ed all:! quient to the country-!. If I there pers in relatiin to the position pf northernparlies. grass would grow if this Union is ittered, lorrj which ho will noTbe driven th"( ::1.Ujp i I
peace ,
President of lie U. S., by Ccn. Dqxwt In : aloud and not against these Disunionists are evils! sooner .thai tahmit to i
received from Washington County, since! our I be such a one he is surely a very Thomas of Whit thai paper fays in the foHow.ing spare which' t n '
tLis ay' in all their shapes. After a 'ten South will.Lreak up the
ptpr.L l ute his probable that Brown, \Vhig, i* elect unbelief. Of course .the North i'l perfectly qui extract, confirmed as it i i-i by other authori. month's struggle! in Congress, in which the wr iter can conjure his Northern Cotufhideracy, thi, I

1( cr: Adwrtisemeiiw hue ciowded out wv. ed lo the House', in consequence of a 'l)1it.in et ; and there is no diner, not the least, of lies may he l' ed upon as trustworth). From strength of t the Union has been tried to its ut. I by pressing t their frierAncj t
eiiil l articles intended fur to-day* paper, and he democratic, party.Monroe.A the repeal .the Fugitive Slave Bill If anyone : it, it will be ///ctceixed that the Whig party in most tension i and during which no business into this to force tj, 1

\ among others the obituary notice of the lady! vessel from Key We lIt t brings doubts this let him uk his Union loving Nexv York aid New England, is nothing more xvhatsoever! could: he done, it ii now proposed I terrilil? aJrf'rnthvtan.J; o j bl eo_.., ,

: :' of Gen. Allison, from a highly esteemed t ibe vote of that precinct as folloa-s : neighbor, and be no longer "faithless but be. ; nor less lh.ii a great Seward partyt whose : at t Syracuse and clsexvhere., even by Whigs, polling 1 t the South to Hiunion! bring ruia Upo t ',
to throw the the North.
xve ni'Hirn say, to nexv elementary This. '
argument xvouJJ
friend in Quincy. It "I8.lIappt"ar In our next. BKAEO 147 lievi \Vatchword.'\\'l vprybeing's e nd and aim i ii bj 0eAwhelmning : .j
l Congress- ig.) lirebruid, of Abolition! into (he District of Co.iuitibia with I I ..
Cabell lUR I i is the acc pl thmt'nt of their anti I I } a large 'prtion .fL.: ..(.:,< .
c-: The reader will find in our advertising Readers will remember that this Fugitive Slaverypurposes. to recognize a laxv higher than; the ; '
ern people, were they not ablo
"istl'r-PU'y, 155 Bennett doubtless Constitution, to demand the Wilmot Proviso | to point tot's'ibmissionists ,
o Slave Bill, 'o enthusiastic'ity received in the I speaks truly, orall It
columns lo-day every article required by any Wulker, 43 I idications for ihe new Territories to the last, and to shake 1 ofihe t I '.JUh: and ttuJfiu"v! ;
the muli-ad h"l1 he fp
E 1 the nade the South us, \\ ,
North only return to says 1"1
i, reasonable person, in this or any other comraunity. Senate-BALDWIN, 158 I was and shatter: ,.ike fabric: of this Republic from "ihe t South can*t be kicked into' disunion.; ;:
Pent, -41 for the surrender of all her rights in the lerri. "the jx>Htal horizon (f the North portends the _
its to its bottom if these '
lop things cannot be h honue. How admirably! then these
_-_ _ _ House-MeC.\tL, 131 lories. By this bill the South gained nothing : siraUotrii'liipofthc Whig hang IlL the aboli ul It i is vain to deny that the concoctors ? info the handset"the are Southern nj..ap.ang

Election Betunu Crusoe. -03 she only obtained in one insltnce an enact. lion mnvtwnt." of i (the Syracuse Seward Resolutions do not ab..lirionst.;

We had hoped to have been ab16 this week Majority for Beard, 03 ; do. for Papy, 107 ; ment strictly constitutional. 'Ilicreimolongera doubt that Seward and I contemplate all that ; fur in thanking one W I ho are attempting to convince t the Southern '

to present our readers with a .tolerably accurate for n.Jd\\'in, 117 ; for McCall, 59. Demo, Read the Wloxving extracts cilled from one !his i friendscoristitute t to all intents! nil 1 purposes Congressman especially and him above all people! lila! disunion is the worst cf all evi'5 ,

table! of the \ote fur Congress and a list cratic nnj'irily in IS I 13 for C >ngre*$, 76. or two noithern pipers. the Wfg; party of New Yo k. TLo associate; members they mean that and more f How[l efTectualiy; are they paralyzinthe con.s.'rxatives .
Bul.1 a nd such ah mankind their
a u\anir.g gives to of lha North
of Ibe returns of members to the Legislature, If there are any other precincts the county The Massachusetts Whig' Cmrt'nion-Fugi. t lers are aheru' faction, sustained probably ) re otll, lOn. by shoxving lint jjj"It,'

,. but our advices are not sufficiently definite to they will be more litely: ) to increase that I lire Slave LicilemerJ, 4c.BOsT0N'I'uesday. not one leab of the presses of the! State. The I I Grass would row in our streets, we say, if! arguments from the consequences of diwaioa

enable us to do so. We can say bow ever, L1'l1t diminish these majorities The election o f Or:. J.t 1. Tribune s3 of 125 Whig Journals in the t this Union was *11'red ; f fir what is this ciiy are all groundless from the fact that the South.

far the Legislature is concerned, th. bod Cortxentionat Worcester I 'but a great excMtf! "o lor cotton, for rice, for ern Slates dare not secede ?
co as .Mr. Baldwin to the Senate, secures that ) At the Whig to- State, at last 115 have accepted the ticket t

Senate is Democratic bv a V'VjrI'vn1; ;' "T* o. .$.. .. ..." ,i with enthusiastic
.0.. .....-..,. na.uig; e lectt ana the / County.-We have ret'irns from WTa. rnor. The Speakers! in tho aftrrnonn I | nouiinatediy! y. goods and tor dI5Ilvf! !( rlutioin from E'Jrope\;'\| kicked Jut of ihe Union. The uacqjiejc*,'
Whigs including thosu Senators elected denounced I the Fugitive Slave bill in n* meas.: I appb"ation. and here lo a Iwui'com.'s the trade of Ute'i 1
casassa :inct in Lnvy, which 8 reply, we in fir the Union"at all
pre give go
last and those III the last urcd term Judg Barton said that he held I ]I font the ,VrtaiJc IftralJ. North and the South, and of all Europe with I
I Senate year, holding over. ity for Cabell!, 7 for Walker, and 4 for liar It in execration, and that no law llnicld axvay :i. The pniical horizon of the North is grow which we have intercourse, whet ehy our corn- I II !jandtolhp last: extremity.: O," course then
Whigs had a majority of fire.'fhe .- die, whig, over Judge Steel, democrat, for with those two great bul \" aiks of Libirly. the ,' 'inij dark. |id portends the oxvalloxvii up of ihe i I I mission merchants! our jobbers' our importers 'nothing is 1 left for abolition but to work iti

House is still Involved in doubt, but. the the House. Wo have: utrong: hopes that JudgeS. trial by Jury and' the hubcat corpus aa, could! | Whig parr r iu I the Aboliiion movement. The( !|i arid exporters of all cl:lasrs live"and ihrixi*.- w ill, l fearing no let or hindrance. '

chances are decidedly favor of the Demo )has been elected. In 1349, Levy polled be !tained here. There i is a great excite J,! course ome .majority got the S) racusc Con I j I, TJie: Southern merch.u.t comes here to receive Would not. we be authorized in savin
both here and Worcester ventiou Oirrnittee, i is of 'iKe for his pinducts of cotton &c., and I n xt t
ciats. As far HI heard from the Dl'mCratlLa men!, rehtive, t generally apirovedhirouhotthe ; pay I
54 \ote!, and gave Mr. Cabell 22 majority. North 'lh Northern to IIi) abolitionist! the worst cne nies to i ifoUnion
merchant makes his
and I
\e elected 10, and the Whip IS, including! the reclamation: of Fugitive SL1'c1 Wor-,i i\ ; I, and especially I : commissions I
St. Johns awl Putnam--Cabell 191, cester Ixvo Slave! owners arc prowling about I i'i''in the Sik of Nexv York has it been adopted i i,i'out of the double' exchange. The whole pros- I ; are those Southern m'n who. by eter.
Santa Rosa Holmes and Walton
which we BEAKU Ifi9-Ca -ell's majority 12. Walker with% a xiexv: of catching (sont fugitives (here. J j It s (the tru Whig ;pljl/! .rm. In this city, where j I peril of thU great commercial metropolis: den.1I I. } i iterating and re.itcrating their I"jUiy' ,

pre ume have elected Whig, nnt *'itJliland. 176, Pap 179-majority 3. The citizens generally express a d'tcrmina-j';! 'interestrcsolulioi mid! prompt .a different course, the !I j I pend> upon the Peare, Order, Stability; and I I conxince the fanatics:; that there no danger of

Ing the report that a Democrat has been elected Hopkins, Whig lion not to permit any to be, liken aw, A 1 h 'I of that Convent have been tie IVrperuiiy 1 of this Union. Th! ) 5t)0) .000 hu- dissolution!

in Waho'n. There nai been a Democrat. for the Hou*t'. J 177. Jsol-ano.! Democrat. 156- large number of Fugitive( Slaves! in this} city)1metlasteteniiigat .)I! lIo'lIIc..d }| |je more considerate lube:party ; m.tn beings ui'hin i:' the sound 'it f the City Hat!;! a ? and conequeny:! the North need

ic gain of five members to the House tub} far I mijorily for Hopkins 21.Nassau. Rev 31 lr. Snoxvden'gChuch! : |, 'but, in th' interior and Western 'clion ofthe L, j I I'l bell obtain their iixvlihoo-J from the rtr: and i\ j i not fear the destruction t.f its commerce tnj

."-Beard 83, Cabell 79- and appointed a Committee to conrertuwas. ;i I j jures State, ilu1 ,rinciplcs put forth and adxocaTed b), j I| cotton par.ier! r.f Mi}1 iippi.' t the I Alabama f i I I! prostration of in wealth: which the! Eipre
and loss majority
of I
a on". The Counti jet to be fur Beard 4. Si'iintor Stewart to prevent their recapture. There are ,|I ITiIiam! : Seward are endorsed and! repub., i j 't the Ci.ctltahoiit': the Saniee, &C., who rxj j p ortra5 as the certain! efl'-rt disunion.: \

heard from are Orange, Benton, Hillsboiough, Whig, b7, noxv about :300 Fugitive SJa\"s ill tbs ciiy'S 'l lishfd a. e only Whig creed. Th:* I'L5 in ::: 'changes ht'reIh' products of \Ii is soil f for; the I Il j ,
Si. Lucie, Levy find Dade, each i which re. Vaughn, Democrat 03-majority. ; 19. House' many of whom are in business, and have .I 't hose see >:ss, with Ivxoor thit-e! excrptioiisbf.fj[ 'handiwork and hea'lxvnrk of the North and;I 1 :By Telejraph. :

turned a Democrat at the Jast election, exceptLflxy. tiger, Whig, 73, Wing ate, Demacnt, 71- families. I 'minor cljracler, ham taken!) the cry, an j xthattt'i: inter? suicide i it i is fir such: a city to 1 I'fom the Savannah Duity Georgian! ;

majority: 7.4lrarion !i ihroxxn lit, :anti.Rlaxvry stanJard! l In the bieeze., i i i I II tI. ('lie on tLe Abolition; torch, and to set on 'the i New ,_on. Oc' I
Should the voto l be the
same now, I
Fugitive! S'avt's: in Motion.Wfdiifsday I! The AllJy; State! Register and! B .Halo Cummercial u [ 'too ylorifiis a work 1
there xxilbe'Jl D-mocratf, anJ 19 Whigs in has gone Whig by an ?in rPd.E'd run.jinty. i IosToN I .?veiliser a I art' tl.*- oniy papeis i firllunce I.; !!I i! Nrxv Yoik now raJh'es' from hsr ports I', market yererda f was :eaJj;
Oct. j jAb' with saies! of l tat..s !
2. 1300 at q-iouttoni: '
the lluul1t'-a of fbi the Demu.cmtc ) ,j Cabeli's mtJoriry"alkl'r', G1SCItt'a 'I ; for BrtMicn T'Z.,
majority fu-o l' ? or i ole thai have tak'-n! up the g t>mtel! :to :j'steamships f.r L'rerpooJ, 1 f,r'| I
r'Jilh'p Slaves Midd.ins OrlfHUS 15J. Fair Fair
and three on joint ballot.: for the House 45. ulhiily arrived nil'. I f..tre; ayin t the piweedings: oft!he C >isxeuF'rion. I. :1 Havre, :tor Charleston, 'lor 2>.nann ih. for New i I 15k. LV i
; !
fiom New York. land.I I 145 to 13 Sale of the
ton to-diy: They the cis. xeeek 15 ;
The f>!luxTiiig; rulurns httxe been received will no further, bu: rcmxin here say .' 1'Albany! Evening rnnai was i the !I! Orleans (tor 11..1\tna. :lor Jani.ticn, tor Ch.tgres I' j 000 bah-s. ,:
go arm them i j first the ]for Panama, for Mexico, 'for San Francisco '
Postscript.Since to pocJaiin cau e oJ t Sewnrd, airl the I i
since our last. selves and abide ths r" uIr. i The House of Bishops! coirpn cJ al Ciacin. !
i iFugitive
tlll ..llel pints iu ,tiC interior l has i' followed, and j I j tlDd a portion of our ciy has become the great ;i
writing Ihe above ail have refused H 1
we hear thatHillahorough. n| : lo restore ;>hop Oa
ElCambia.-1'he 1m}. \':.llrrnJerr on wih: eve i i-sje, denounce all who dj not endorse I. xxoikshop for the steam marine of al America, I! er.
Benton and Slave Excitement at Worceitrr.WORCKSTEE donk h his former p') 'li..n. They httrejik., i
I Levy Counties! have I I whrrrt
has teen elected to the House from &scamhia thejMirity of his principles. our artificers in iionai.d hewers of wood ; J
wise tuB : of.e! New
elected! Democrats-the latter a ga / .-!eav.ing Mass., Tuesday, Oct. 1. The vhig press throughi/ul ihe Eastern! have fought! out 'vith Bri'ain the supremacy ofj rejected pe'.i'ion York :
County by some: 40 majority, over Mr. Nicholson i I Diocese.r. I
'I, Whi This h Eti:1: Orange, St. Lucie and Dade (to b"l I I There i is a considerable! excitement; here, I II States favorable! : tu the oeward principle ot t j' the ocean, and demonstrated (to the world th'i ir I j 1
; is a democratic gain.Wo .- tu that there action al] .the Boston !J victory in the Collins an'J: linea of
I l heard from. These make 19 Democrats and wing a report are two slaxe.catchers Atlas: strongly censures j CFugres Jf'3IIIg.J J
hail tIm election of Mr.I A. with feelings I, in town in quest of I lugitix-es, it 1.t'inU'1. the Whit secedcrs for the course they haxe.! steamers.! In the en'td-t of lliese! gigantic tri. LT1053.-NEW. !
IS far *
Whig* so elected to the o. I
He is House.V I well known .that (her : the 1 1 In the oc.an, and when BOSTON. Oct. 9, 1"-0' ,
pleasure. a gentleman dibtinguish. ? are a gieat I number of, pUIl'ued.1'ith regud: (t.> compromise {I imp ullOn[ we are !
may lose Dade, but shall very likely Or. slaves the cobred stretching our iron in alf firrctons: The Election! iu New Hampshire, afaras
ed ability, a thorough-going Southern man in carry runaway among population.Mare ;I. measurer aJoptrd by Congress, they rnimifest: t I arm : towards ;

his feeling, and will reflect honor Ihe t ange and St. Lucie, which will give us txvo I i an unsxvo-xing hostility, and especially to the I'I the interior, it is cruelly proposed to heard from, i ill in favor of ibe Democrat! whs 1,

upon majority. in the Iluute and three on joint hal Fugiice Slate Eic&emcnt.SraiNcncLU fugitive ave law, xxhich tile) a'seilis. uncoa- topple ns doxvn from our eminence, to throttle! Iu. I WI.111 have a iarge majority.EILTIMOKE ,,

.t, State in any position in which be i is called upon IIt. Mass., Mondat, Oct. 1. I I sliruliont, aLI.ah'i (' the 'fugitives. to re"iitto I: j at this our start, and to slaughter our navj.'I !

to act. The vote ofthe County, with one j. There is the last t tltrfmitThe OSflUtht'ltlser ii gation, trade, and commerce in the. motlc! )I II ruc-rw. i
P. S. No. 2.-W haut for great here hi con e.quence I
emallpreciuct to hcar torn, i is an fulioxvs : j crow jet we ot the supposed presence of Slave; I ICarchrrK. the only Vhig paper xxhich has taken a .cmscrxativecourse I.I cause of Abolition Jl"rum the Whig con.ida.t!; ? t'Ivr: iayorh2s i

Cit bt'lI, for Congress, 1S5 are not exactly out of the woods but if ii 1) The colored people are arming,1 and which commands the How long i is it sj;>p'>sed that the Southern been elected, by a rmjorii> of 777 Tw>fs (w I

O&.aIM1 1 6 ""..tnf. trr: Ia. ip iu tj<- meantime, Jui/k OUt and the Tovxn Hall is thronged by thouandlll utility atvjuit ice of the laxx'Ihe Democrat merchant will }buy goods here.-how long will t the Democratic caiJid3tgTuruer.: ; Tuu la '. "

for 40,000 guns next Saturdny-that's all t excited people! determined tnat not a slax-e: j pre s is gneral! (quiet, and leaves the Whigjpart ; I i the coutbe'rn planter sell his products hcr",-- '! I been the reut! of:a disunion in ih. D*ftlCnl.i -

Cat,r::i'* majority, 19 I -- shall be taken from Springfield, laxv or no law.Theie ->- to asurh I f'lfinto abolition: : without anexprtwsioj :;: how long can Yankee, Oliioar.: or New Yorker j i If ranks, and the dfcid-d lIr'of'uarilyofn) ) I

His in Hr. Seward and the Union. will he bard fighting. If it Uallempl.ed. i t. opinion. At all of the late State, I!J find this a mart' for their product and their j! I Democratic candid ite. Thi i r.s acknoxv'' *;;. I
1615 I
majority 'l1i.11. Ii uil! not We give below an extract Iroin a'leltcr of 1 About 50 fjgiiive saves; are and Count\ Conventions of the Whig part: I in :j; skiU. if a;ainst us and our State, fir the sake i !, ed l by Mr. Jerome and hits Irif.iJ Two. third .

exceed 25.Va1ker,1r. I Senator Seward Watson Webb, from which here. tile Nertzj! xi and Eastern Slates, the slavery'|I of politically: snstjining the unworthy: course. [II III of both branches ofthejC.U Ci Mm-uare' D
\ Register! 193 i It will bo seen that Mr. Seward has one Ira it question ''as been the chief subject ofcommerait :'* :: I,f a Senator, we emb} ;>rj our C"use'Iln' his I>, i, GO ral!. Toe Demrattc: cn'jija'e for Gav. ;
M and theyirive i to agitate far; th abolition' :: of .l l'i .tL. '! hJ of : ."%* .
PAr 1", 153 which should commend Fugitive Slare Meeting in Springfitltl.SPRIXOMCLD / : universally condemtiod: the ac.C ivery ernor in the city innjoriij '->!-j.i
I him to many lion of (ingress in t the I passage of(rut Texas I District of Col'Mibia. f.r the re-owning" ofali i t Smjch! t for a b.-.J ieieciiuu of a cid'J; for
of bis party: friends who are now Mas, Wednesday, Oct. 2. I j the slave i isues utiJ for the establishment!; cf ,
Walker's majority, 35 1 condemning I Bouitdaryand Fugilixe Slave! liII'Jli the ::I1 I Ma% )or. I
him. M Ir. Seward is The citizens oflh's place and the Fugitive bodhas I law thun the Constitution of "
ANDEK.OX, for the House, 202 II a thoroughgoing Union; Slaves here held same ] been very strongly! censured for higher : : our cora- '

Xicboon'c] man, as much so :as Guv. Call ; xrith I his dif. a meeting last evening, at i not incorpraling the slavery prohibition! in the mon country 1 I rtS' L,Aa.\ r.LCCTto
157 which much excitement I'rc,- i1ed. Inflammatory New Meio and Utah bills" trJtbing is conspiring LI) centre here in i .
I ference however, that Seward thinks the Un. The return of the l'.lIu'lfh'ania! "!?c on(
-I t speeches were made pgainst the law, and --- -- oar city two millions of humn beings, and to ,
have rt-ceixed from niiifteen districts.
bt-en :
Anderson's majority, 43Jackton I. ion indispensable"! for abolition, while .the the Fugitives were recommended 'to arm then from the Walnila Tii.ies.Tow bring .the rornmerce! of Asia as well as ofl) which ilus: flenucrats th" : !;

.-Wo give beoxr! the rebut! i in 1 Governor .thinks it. important to the support selves against the Slave! catcher?. )loat for the St. Marks Elver.We Europe and America. to our doors ; and with I II of a maj.eniuyoctb't'u..urt."s ti> ,nembnroflb. Lfgii'n-'r e.cof:.-',

; slavery.! We think that copi| the folloxving from the New Albany otir growth will S-ate awl! with it
Seward our ,
Jackson Count}'. We were in error last ; is smarter Indiani grow and a l'on iJeubn! :: h tb" rn'n't: : ,-
the Affairs in tLurgh-Fugi.li.t'C. Staves.PiTjvBV2Ci Lodger" ofthe 20sh! Aujusl : !I the LIne of farm there i is in it but if I
week in stating that Baker than Governor.Vc think Sexvard, in ibe every ; in Congre Tie De.n. .'fa9! h.-.'' v';"\'-tl
whig, waJ elec l following sentence in not far Saturday, Sep 29. LAU tll. .\ little: boat, intended as a this i Is to be a chtrac'ed! country,-if ch'iI"U I the Sate: OrHcers. Canal C ,914Oer." A--

ted. It will be seen that the House dele
lion Ii and, MILTON democrat, Long and Brett, ( why mince inttters1)) we think he is altogether ed population, in relation! the among fugiiixe slave launched f.'m the ship-jatd of Messrs. King; :: ; :: ; or caj'de! every negro we can steal fnvn m tj'riti s.ThUi "

whigs. The fjlloxving is the vote of the: right ; lh. Union of these States (says, law. Neatly all the xvailer in (he hotels I Ac Co., OIIS.Ltlrr.av.! Her I length is 100 feet ; I I his mts1er-if thi* is lo be the great hirborof far the Democrats fcavo c--:; :* &

County : I i he) is indispensable, in judgment, to the bare flod to Canada. Sunday thirty fled ; and breadth ofbeam 20 feet ; dejith of hold: 7 fee' refugee slave, and the white laborer i iil I to members and lost on**. Both branca 0'i! '

Cabell, fir Congmn accomplishment of any good, even in legard j up to this lima the number that has f left will l I She is ptalked! insid-; and out, the plank ot H. !! be driven ofT to give plac to the escaped nee: I I Legislature! are believed to be dens craiic.
362 !
: fall fide i is 3! itches, and that inside 1 $ inches in : r.-where now arc I long lines warehouses: ,
not short of threo
Biitin .c to the iustitutiun of hundred. went I in t .
and They Amendment the Co.itMvtion.The
slavery I'm to
193 of I I
ICabell' I agency I large bodies: armed with pUlnl nrd hOW thickness. She is douMe! fastened, and, altogether yielding princely incomes, and where now are: .
I the Whig party anJ the Whig Administration) knives, determined to die rather llnMgh! of small! dimensions, i is one oil t' tnil?* of *hip, there snon will! he the decayed I I proposition to elect judges by, the pe. ,

majority, 109 is the only agencj by which it can l: effect:t. tared. than be cap. the strongist boats ever built! in this city" L t>r i wrl'cIof a fillen( Venice, and the ,fallen I t pe! hn' no dojbt} been carried. The tote 1.1 j

In 1919, his mlljfril8.1 21. _. ed. vcnknanlt_ refleciJn! iho Greatest; t credit! 'noon 'I gr-iiitleur, of an Antwerp Romp. Our very j its f ivor is very decided as far as heard fron

\Valker, for Regime her buider! !, and also Mr.! J Tucker existence rn-ieh Philadelphia Ci'g.
334 Deyonl Seward T/ic i'ugitivcSlurc Rill. ) : m & ;i more our [imsjvritr, depen.U
controversy iivise.
.. : If
J lApV, 173 I xho is superintending her. The engine a rid not only upon lh. lrnron: of" these S'ats! I Iit: Charles Gilpin. r-gular Whig, f bin bepichoen
would Owcco ,
accomplish hit mighty. purpose of Tuesday, Oct. 1. machinery Uto be from the foundry of L -nt, I upon good fMlowship! an'l I g.d Jeeling t for u* ; I Maor I Philadelphia! by 2.573 mny fiiv. -

Walker's majority, rn : abolition, he should go xvith a distinguished The Fugitive Slave bill i ill exciting some South & hitman; ; two boilers of five fed iliameter : and he h.> breaks this gIN; felloubhip and He was beaten: t .Tear by JoelJ !tf',

Finley, State Senate, 312 Whig friend of ours, "for the Union at every this movement among .the colored population of and 20 feel in length ; the cylinder 5 'i wounds this good feeling is an enemy aid ube InJependent.; S S

Whitt.c. hizard and to the last .. village. The -groi-s profess to belie.xe feet. troke. The cabin and toilers are to traitor in our mid '. t -
-J79 eitrcmify. What is
Britain that there are several Sla\-e Catchers in the inlhe hold. She i i. to i lie schooner lig:,od.ler .- Wf are aware tint Abo! !!lion : ita'on SIlN'r OHIO r.LECTUENS.

effecting ? What can she effect, ex. neighborhocnl, and they hare organized and owners, .'!Ir. Ladd) and) others, of Nexv at all f'ro.pc's' of disunion;; and .tel! u* the

FiulcyV majorily, 33 tct1iat is her .territory on this Continent, armed themselves to lesist any attempt that Port, Florida.: When completed; ; J, she will be S.itrli but blusters! and will submit lo any (I .I O.ir returns from Ol ioare very incomplete.e" I

This includes the vote Holmes which belongs I for the removal slavery from the South 1- may be made against them, declaring that thry ''Iakento the place of her destination by Mr.Tucker 1 gradition. Thej* 'jigiliUors, however, are, !in I They show uncertainly: in the IegisT3mte.athriiigh Wl,.
: there is > f (
to the Jacktun Senatorial District, but Nothing, absolutely nothing. Powerless is will fight lo the last if need be, (to defend lie under whose direction she is now 1 be. the main: of th" P*:ce S' ciety mar. who xvill; j I i rniioriiv in both branches.a fair pr Two p* ct Uur c ; a 13uet

votes separately f for House and Congress.- England with her liberty of th'-mfdves or friends. It is reported rig built. run nxx'jy at the first ''h..h gnnpoxvdei, after
now, Canadian and West that t several 'Senatorsirelobe elected l one GratilLter'I !
Finley and White both negroes wIll have: resided inIthaca The Wakulla stirring: up a fire they dart not f'tee nor en- .
arc Whigs. Indian Times : the of }Ir. d.rxx
possessions .to injure Ihe South, so have 8otitsl1ft''' in Here sap other for the unexpired term
poxv.erless flight. they I counter. BUt it is not
so, xva joleiniily
N. A. for the House have resolved A letter ft urn .Ir. I). LadddalfdLouisxile I tell'w I in.
Long, 309 would be the North were a partition. not to emigrate, but fight for ; our people. Mark the simple th-at
2-Jth ul.! Iatt- that the boat will draxv all ; CaniI'fr t
Brett, liberty, if that the with P."uht'll'Oo.J., the D'm:crttic
JO I u
wall erected by which ibe Iwo sections& should price demanded.The going on in Georjjri, between Union and I IIs; o '
MIITO .' her tchiiiery in, 43 inches ; the xvaler in I theri't'r I Governor, i is elected by a pi irallty 011)J
258 I 'be divided. A wise man then in his that ,u lion, and a fearful strugg! it is, though I the!
Tanner gener. Marc place xvas: thm only :33-inches: 000 votes
Fugitive Lax
241 Fred.
Baker, tt ti *lion, wuer than those who claim tu bo the Douglas. Jeep ; hut telegraphic ilepitches stated that Union is certain lo iriu.nph, because of i he -S

Sjfreit, ., .c.. 107 09 children of light, is Senator Sexvard. If RociinsTCK: Monday, Oct. 7, he xvater was rising rapidly in the rixera.oxe pist selMernent' in Congress fir all really d in. The Union at every hazard and t thll t

Keyes, a' H .i we The celebrated Fredrick Douglas, it is aid > it having: risen three feet. It is probale gtuuui; slavery: q'restiiuis ; but if they xvere'unsetth'd i Extremity. .
53 were abolitionists we should be as devoted has been invited to attend an anti.Fugitive: > therefore, that the boat has been somelays or if .they are re-openeJ, as the Syractuans A distinguished Whig of Leoi: C1\i1,

I All- whigs' except Gen. Milton. Hurrah II friends ofthe Union ; as we are not however Slave Law Meeting J atl .alllJeillJ lJ in Boston on her passage lo New Port. We mny propose, m:1J'lIea\'t11: ( help our country: i is reported lo have said lately! i in a.p14C

('I: Jackson of lhat class, we fear we shall have 'to yield on Monday evening, the 14lh inst. aul las: ook for l Icr to be here in the course of nestweek. t (for it would be beyond the power of arnn.t .: speech, that he was "f.Jr the U.iioa CVe1
t the .
Franklin from Ibe palm to him. The accepted the invitation. She is expected to touch Maik, too, rising contest in Mississippi.
emerges the battle with .the Conslitution we love Appalach-- The Governor hazard and to the lasi extremity." Wbe11
(Q'litunn, a York born
cola for ho
-mocratic banner waving in triumph. Col. most dt'lulj.re know no higher law than The Fugitice Slave Law. I brig ,Ocilla I, which purpose vessel of toxx has ing been aroumt ordered the; :man.) has ctJlI\.kt" the Legislature in cit ra. this gentleman used such !lanz'Uge: & waJ

i :N. J. Floyd is re-elected to the Senate over lhat. But the Union xvielded by a majority BOSTON, Monday, Oct.. 7. here f for the purpose (of being refilled. ordinary se8sio:1, p"'cbly! filr Disunion: probably not ware of the terrible rh?& r;11j" ."

; ".mines, whig, by 33: mijorily, and Judge A. fur the destruction ofthe; South-such an Union Meetings are -lied all over this State in --- Nor :is the N.usivile! Con\'clltiol1 \\ r. 'I 'hef| 'j another distinguished Whig, Mr. TOonb )

'. Bennett {selected to the House over Green we must confess, engages ihe affections of opposition Iu the Fugitive Slave: Law. Plank Eoads.We fire .yet burns there. The whole State o which! ho was subjecting} himselr. SLY )Ir.
woud! Carolina .
call the of tho idmni the fuel l State
attention :
( public to ; u :
:-'g: by 40 majority.: The vote of the Coun. our hearls lei s violently limn il. docs Seward's Toombs S
ready and fir revolution! the it :
the Plank Road ripa moment
TIle meeting, advertised the
Fugitive Slare on
t folloxvs! and others. Lair in lAlNll.
K as : some
outside of can find another State .f>r a leader. In the "This cry of Union is tbe'mukt"ll: b't
HCA.XD for Congress, 115 But to this choice extract : BOSTOX, Saturday, Oct. 5. our paper, to be held in Tallahassee! midst t of so much real peril, then, it is savige, I from behind which the constitution a>"tfte;

Cubull!, M .. 00 In A great Free Soil meeting was held in on the first day of next Cour!, Oct. 23. It it i it criminal; 'to attempt to undo! what Con. .. rights of the south are to be 3SS:1: :d.

,'Ifleard' regard to klavery I do not! know "hat Lowell last night., at which, with shouts of:;. will be sean that the design is the construction gress has so happily done ; and if success cou'd' Let the south mirk the man, who **/*?/$-

majority, .;;. 25 you man mean and a by citizen unnecessary I hav'n agitation. As a plause, a resolution walt passed to call back of a Plank Road as well from Tallahassee lo be had in the new agitation: ,--if we Whigs Union at every Award" and to the krf e'rrc' '"

"APT, for Register, ,0;;' 117 fender or its apologist, i I never been its de. three fugitive slaves who had fled from thai Quincy as from Tallahassee (to Thomasville. were to tell all mankind, as the Syracuse Resolution Iu. When the rhy other peril co.-..!*. c'*;1

Walker, "' J ;;, should be ; am sure I never city to Canada, with a pledge that they shall As both would tell them that Senator Seward be the imitator of lhat historical characterJ! ;
But tho so as a magistrate or a statesman. be protected. from arrest by the ,citizens ol enterprises are of great imporiancewe fully and fairly'reprcsenied! us-al; n 'adieu base Judean, who for thirty piec-sc. f8 t\'f

: Paap*s majority. ,' N.. 35 who suppose e persons that I misapprehend would vainly me very much Loxvell. : can not too seriously urge upon all concern. would there be to' the peace and prosperity, if threw away a pearl richer than aU hiS tt1EuGR.trzoN.I,833 ".

agitato oven ed-and who among us i is not ? their attend not 'to .Ihe'verj existence( ; of this Union
TLOYD State Senate :; that in the .
no question, public councils
and I
S Ceramet *4 'r}" fIOfur am Tile SCA*.-We welcome to our eicltufgeIi..t : ance on the occasion mentioned. All But let the interior of this State do what it emi ra.xt3 arrt1ei
the experience
83 not to lay first time that. I hold
4 i.11oyds that agitation vain by a l legislator which leads a beautiful visitant; under name of "The has proved the advantage of .these improvements may,-hoxvever it may sway.and sxving.'as: b the port of Nexv York. -.

<, Sun a has swung at limes, amid the'stormy elements : .T JCottonCotton__-. ___ -
majority : 33 to no practical results and (that agitation daily paper published in Cb- rle.tOlt at i to the country through which they
that rock it-there is but for the ines Go.'d iiaM 1.1i:
; one coup o
HCXSETT, for the House, J 118 wor&o than useless which, prosecuted fur unat. the low rate of 81 per annti:n. Like the otherS. run ; and experience has shown the and *I
equally Whig* Democrats I3ii
c, ., tamable 'too, of this great and ddlm,; 12 a 13 ; OooJ middling 13 a
Green, 79Benet's kting-iatcrrLtL purposes,The puts'Union In .j jeopardy lliese great cx. C. papers it l is. Southern not Northern in it, investment 'lo th/ne who take stock in tbt'm.- patriotic commercial emporium, and that; ( i is, to dlina: fair I3i a 13j. ,
of Slates
MMIMWM .tone. As tuch we its : Can thcti} doubt cling 'to this Union. love butxve
inijority, it inditpensablc in mgjuJgtllUlltlothc rejoice at appearance. we that .these schemes will W.e N nv York ,' 1,
40 accomplishment and wish love the Union, 100ftVt New C.YY,1fAcI+;Ii4.t. Camp Iilf
abundant hj& are :
prosperity and influence into 00- -
of any goad eccn in regard the contamination) ? Wo should I
The friend .to whom indebted iJa..o f1"-
we are fort Yorkers be .
to sure, hut8 -\m at the Slicco okic CjnpCodavthoSSih ?
The are _
institution of slater.i/. and thr agency of thf CJitura Ill their prospectus cay : not fora moment if xva knew, thit .those 'ricJn'I'first. t1tetbea1nl1i*,
!'"! above, wrf:" -M Our vote was cut kUprtoue concerned If ever our State swings off} \ of October,to which "
there bcinjf'arrccli IrJ: party and the Whig Administration i.. \s 'tote! Ftdcral Politics, vo bate: long Mere 'trufrajve. io their, own bet t In. after Abolitionists and Abolitionism, (hsjstea.1 Mioistrand Ui Fblic geterd1i. aTe iaiitAELJDi :;
tl'1 by
on the .-.!
t..tnlJ''C. Agcr.ey Jy tzhich it eon b e-d.d- ,"
c lincc.ceuej, to recognise the old terests. 'Op..o\1J ."
c'is'inctions! tier ami with a more desthtihe; Q prin3. wI "i -

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5 VOTERS THOMAS COTJOTY.it U1tUiJLUC Price urrqit.Q NEW GOODS. -R. E. GIBSON Bight Land. forCalcw

T 31. II.1tA % i j.j ? reret1i; hi vrDelect t I\fH.La
., ron> NVv Yifk nM New Otleaum l'i-ci- \ > under lUlomn 144tt11i1l recently ra- e
). IBECTID_f EKULF BY o. r.BGG1NG UATZIWAY1, St:tk of all |114' Oo-d* that arc twin, rultf.i \ C4Trtce. $. f4''rjr, if'Allnr.y.l.ft wit5i). Ct %Yif.a. J. rr.::}.KINS, City of T llal.$ .,ee. An'1yto 14 'i

Boliciution of nurwrous fztenJyl market. Ib: wot.I1 iill!! lieatlpi.i'umW his tut u. )?,. Ksqr aridJo3n, C. Cui.u, Ottuber 12,1451)). 43 A pent Marion Lia.'k. October 5,160U. 50 A. } IlOC..

the Guiny: Cloth, IV a 20 el* tu thy Goodi, Silk ant! Fancy Goodd, Qnincy, will fliept with: pTompt atttntioti.Qiinc.v.Oflcbr ___ 1,' ./

ve confuted to come before you an can- Kentucky, 10 a 17 Clothing:, of the latest pjlle forGenfa wear, 19, 1S5J. 41 If Notice. .. For Rent, ; ; ii -" .

In the Cnn. ljndee Ifl a 20Sa hionable Ha's Caps and HonneK .5
tbi! C 1 1i
ddsTe1 ,reprint < "itjr Island IS a 22 Boots, Shoes nd Gaiiers forGents'and L tdif. G US N JZentuckv.anj Sea Islan l Baigirg New A YOUNG: Lady, that has r-aJ several year experi <3rfL rPHE Ifcnw row oecnrUd b lii oadr *

| which ii lo awemble nt Milledgeville10ih EALE ROPE-Northern, 9j a 10 Gent'" fend Ladies' Silk amlGinplian Uinbrelli, York and Kentucky Rope, for alb? < nee in teaching in the Smith, and i is well i;win; I s smed lor a Stwe and Dwelling, will) r. .
,dation 9 Hair October H.J I sfjfl. .41 F,- 11. FLAGO: qualified to teach the hither Eneli.h branche.. t-- -rentc-i in part or tts whole *' tray be dejat
In asking 'nufrrur Kentucky, a 10Manilla. Perfumery Sojp Brn4et.To.th do
December neit. >
French, and Mu ie i is deirons ot ob- red Applvto A. E.llOC.'i
tbe beginners in ,
Tuck and Si V Combs
10 and
of Sliell
a 25 HMD *
conceal notb. PR ADVANCES tn.1a Cotton tainirs situation in Scho-1 private familv. O-trber 5, laSO. .59 4 / .,..f''P
Jffrages, we dire to Cotton Line, WO a 2.. Li>die Mantilla?, (new pctterna,) C on shipped a a or ;
of and Call to Holbrooke.N l >nNe\v Yftrk.bT Enquire at lhi O.TJce. ('ctf her 12, 1S.V) 40 -: -
oftheTVrntoritis TVINE-llemp. W a 25 Rn'stKip Hro-rans, REWARD T" '
Ifl I acquhiion[ October, t85. 41 F. H. FLAGG. $G60
Ing. Seine, 40 a 00 Hardware, Crockery and Iron and Sictl, .?

ciJjrrni* New Meitcoand Utah, we maintbe3 GROCERIES-Bacon Han*. "9 o 121 Paint and Lamp Oil, Gla and Putjj MCCARTHY'S COTTON GDIS. New and Cheap Goods. STOP TUB MtfflHEKERV.; : .

uth had an eqtiil intercut' in Sides 7ji b 150 kegs cut and vitonzht Nails and"IraJj, receiving the Wae..n? and epeettirir.g!

t1igSI.t; Shoulders, 0; a 04 r.Uuketf, Kersey Wool Hat*. ( THE subscriber Iia't made further iuprovrtnent J\M Treent month, a, gmeral aifmtmmtofinnchandiz' THERRAS. C. P. HENSON, irdrcltd tcrtY4

ibi 'M. end as such should Ime been per7ite Lard. 10 a 1S{ Blacksmith'* and Carpenter's Tods,j these Gin,. ant| as they are now made, believes *, which I invite my friends and the publicto nitirder of Rchert A. Pearce. ditt.rr! therft: ': -

'l ihemseUes, with iheir PorA. clear, a Pouchonz and Green Tea, Che->e, I hat tley are better tLan any other Roller Gin call and BPC. [ of the 27th SVj-lentwr.l&Sn.; hreal U jail ii''1hez .

AmiJjeslnJ h 'JrproPer1yw'( mpa11 ''avpsitboat ) Trine, a Buckets. Tub*. Churns,'Sieres. \ price in New Yoik or Liverpool l frcra these Gins I ban :, TJardware, Crockerv. raing and Rne. &e.. 'i4iO U otTrrcd for J tJ.i eri-.ent'ii n and <*eUver/*.

prohibitory Jaws enacted by Cun. Flour. Northern, 9 a 10 Bacon ShoulJen.puzar-curfd Hms, (torn any other Gin. The Mtovtin:; certificates will Sic. To the Ladies I will exhibit a beautiful collection 'tate-keeping, until he cart be sccurrd Lj the attktri- ,.

.- any Loaf and how i he estimation in which theyarc Main Ibis of Safin Ronnels Shoe 1'ra'.nli.Cape'itrIes iie if Thiinin* County. j.
St.( Louii, 9 a 10 S. lt. coarse and fine- br.-wnSupr Silks. -' #
directly or indirectly, lo deprive r part of the country. On the r.ishl rf the 2.itlo'e Oc.ier. I?'.. stj jenIwt j
g> 4, either Ohio, 7 a b Pot Ware, Willow Ware Gtaqq Wnre, Sca f., Veils,tc.,8tC.,all ur.ususllv .

rteto We contend fquility anJequal Meal . 100 a New York and St I niU Flour, Rioe, low for ca h. from lheplanaticr! cf r>iU-rt A." IVawi Jj .

4rtoftH Ci.rn, a C2i Saddles, Harness, Whips.Col ars, A.r, C.ZItq COUNT* Ha., Sept. 20, 1S50. My Store is between ?!r. Kirk .\'. and Mr. Williams ret Puney, with a blze facea little

right under ihe Constitution of the UBiiri C1Tt'cJava.' 14 a 10Laguira OnhT1rq. plain and s'riped.SherfiniL, *, I have been runninznne ('f Jarotl's Improved Mc- *. Pay me a visit, anti I will en'nrp jwttsfactmn. flejniit Said Poney iaa natural racier- SM tet' t.t i.

With noihinj less are we sati !4 a Slnrtin Drills, Cot'on Yarn, Luen Carthv's Roller Gins for m<>r than three months, THOMAS IIAYvVARD. n alio on ihe came night, lr 'r>..thPlaicest. < agor.cft ,

Statef. 1I. a 12J Stationery( Looking Glasses, Tin Ware( wh va- a'tl have in that tint*,cinn d out a lars;* amount of October 11, l'tV) 40 !le a bay I lcro'! about I>years cl 1J,Aut!t "*-' *' ,

bed!, nor do we ask for any thing more. Were Cui.fla, Sperm, 50 a G2J rielv of other ailicl-s too numerous tfenunerale, Cotton with it. It ks given me n>-> trouble, aid I lore-no rlher rv < rftntcberfd.

nfaor maintaining 1 Southern Rights" Tallow,. IS a 25 which) i.e l otfers low fir approved crrdit raA.? City have ihit no time \>ilh it. I hav? also obtained the Ready-made Clothing and Saddlery. Dese.rijIion.1Isr.cn ii'i *
| Adamantine, a atctpfa nrc.Cot I ton,Tobacco.or any cou
,nd Constitutional Equility. The Cc n.rention Sugar, Loaf, 13 a 15 October H, IS'.O. 41I4IARDTLIE from this Gin. I am much ple-fed wilh the Gin', ,,* larg supply of H'ci'lif-made Clofingand Sad- well na-Je, t.f sallow complrxiori. hair, kee'g

assembled will constitu'.e! and 13 IiKm. aud recommend them to the chit h offered to the pM'e the sharp blue eves.hujh che k borie allojrether a nan
when Crushed, a public.JAMES diary, ar" "n most %
u'scribers are rec'iflZ their uual MIMS.GAPDE. of guiwl persmal appearjce. and nf good educaticnl ;
New Orleans lu a 11 reaQu)4bk! term IIF.IR & RUST. '
combine the SovercMsnty of the IVopJe of Florida, aJJiff. _1 Fall! Stock Good*, compismj evervthine October 12. 1SW 40 Said tIerr.rb! when last herd (lumwas ou the road I,

has been Infrin. commonlv needed oy the Planter his family COUNTY Fla. sept 27 lS-r.O to Tallih! MeJ .
Her Sovereignty Carolina, Gl a f; : :
Georgia.; ask their pjtjms and thepu'.ilic .\\1RL; FAT-RCTT. JFS COTTON GOODS-O.nabiire, 4-4, 12j a NOitiabuig ;i and they n-auectliillv I hereby certify thai I b ve cinrn d pventv bles Pocket Book Pound.OUNI .
and violated, and it.is for the people' to to call atid examine qu ilili s an 'iiresMcN ol Sea Island C--iton with J.irott's ) MrCar.th''sinandthink DANIEL KORNEGAY. MRV M. PE.ARCE. .1'.
ged 4 and J, 11 a 121Slnped ; Improved .
AUGHT 4OtMOND.. ) on the Quinry Road, on Wednesdiy la ?. II. U SFWARO. DfNCAN MeKINNON;
what shall be the means of redros, J4 a 15 it superior aid far preferable. on
Determine 4 .1 9th instant a Pocket Book containing a small DANIEL McKlNNON. JOHN %V. LUK} .
10 Newport October 1'J?, Ib50. nIvly< acc !HDM.to 011.41 I 1ve&vtr tried. 1 believe
Brown J. a 124 any
Drilling, -
will lamely submit to rim ti money and a gold rIng, which the owner ran THOMAS ADAM>, Jr.HCN'RYRUFF J. C BRiWNING.DAVfD -
of whether they njrjrresion Jllevrhed. J. 10 a 15 =s hey are now rna Provisions. average, IT I three month',n it hnnt rf-pnir, three liundreu .,. ., .
wantonly made upon their dearest right* )Jfue, |. ?124 a !Pj %ttIj.'pyn.'flt. Iet"t'er iv, i- -.t- -. 5 39 4t :' .

C11fo7aaIP, 12&& a 2.) CA'KS Bacon Sides, 1 do ShoulJeL poums, per day. GEORGE A. CROOM.QriNcv. .

br Northern! ubolitionists and fanatics, by the TiCkifl49. 12J a 25Gtoigta S I Ca..il K ..nr-ttird Hams, Tan Collector's Sale. & MYEES: ,

poner which! they eierche by their majorities I'arnt, $100 a 125 10 Barrels M.-SS P-rk. t Florida, Octotipr 10, 1S"A virtus if the veiled in me by law, I Watchmakers and JeTvelleis, '
Bro\\u,4-4tplO-4, 10 a 35 20) duppifme Flour, This i tacerlify, that we baveesainmt-d the Ginuof BY .
We are nol f ir u1rnkion. It' shall expose for siTe, be'nrc the Court House at LTVING pro urrd the pervice% .
inConyresn. Shir1ia to 6 a .r kegs L f Laid I I1'J John M. Jaroit, o! tlu place, commonly known .
th > second
Qiinrv.in tie C. r-f Gct.dt-n, 01 Jj of Mr. ALLEN rmtrU, ct
jiourdu'v' to maintain the rights of the State.r.pmi -acried.3'4io4-4, 10 a 2U barrelRectified Whi-Key. \ as the McCarthy Roller Gin, (lor ?ei Islan.l Cotton,) .
M'>!ida of \pril nex'.tha 1dlo'tin.> de.'cribetl i pr.i.tertycr th v .re now rrepaml to
CASTINGS JL LEAD-Sugar 1ui1.r., '>{ a r. Landing from Schooner W R Pettrs! l1 frr Pale ar.tl have ien the same i'i operalicn. We do nt > : ..
until there iruch thereof as will! the Stat r'dCoti'ity the above line, with rrcmptntm ,-
tht* queMion, recently, was HO pay ec.'cute all work in
flirt Srp.HUittt fii rt 6U'offiM by MeNAUGHT' &, OWOND."Newport h i.itate t Ii' Kty that, in our criuion, the cotton propped .
15U ur.d the friends
Tax due thereon tor the sear To
nodi isiftn cf sentiment with Whigs or Dcniu.crtts. Dozen, nt-ei-.c.rv expenses incident thereto, lo-wit : at di.. aice, an early alter.tin lo all wcik vvhlh; ,
Lad, Sheet, H a 10 in better .tiIe than fmm av R.>lli r Gin we are scipjjinteil .
The doctrine of Slate Rights o ;pf.mllv. MAXWELL fz W- K Ba.RD ; The hil l of v\hat is called Foib-s PurchaiI' ma) be forwurdcd to us, will b- rven.TOXVLE .
Dar, S a 10 A E \-itlt We do not, believe that I lh<*Ktaple] iat i- mnrh thereof will : .
in Gad,-lenC 'initjfir to as & JIYER3.
in which lh > question now in issue j is 1 RON, STF.EL.t NAILS-Swedes Iron, 6| a A CENTS to |un ciire Patenl (lor per -o* entitl'dXi. all uijjnd by paid Giin, and lltit'k cotton fr.'rn the in Tat fore aid. bvundtd on the E-i st t b. the ISSO. .13 IfH <

.1,1 rrica a. :5J a G to Lands o'idfr, the recent Art iMntt th.i > t
ai.1 t by
invoked! has been the urmersal doctrine ol \ O/klo'-knee River, or '
'a hoop and band, 7 a S the "BOUNTY LAND DILI" Am .
known a McLEAN ,
icola fli'tr. HUGH O To vls &. Myers r .
all parties. But unfortunately, to the great Sttrl, Cast, a .31 claim* entru tetl lo their care will rtceje theirprmt.t SMALL WOOD. GIUSON &. HARRIS. Tax Collector f GaiMen County. .

German, a IS attenticui.ilhapflct.. \ .YEnliadanartut'w re.ceivica'rwwiind
ol the South and lo the utter oterlhio Oct.ihpr 12, l'J. 40 fin -
injurr jprnl t-reral ct t- [) ,
12Jrt as < nc
Blister, a 10), \ V4l\ -l\v $}- Oieol the ibHveGnis( cm be sen at Mr David I '
rights in the ad.nission of our C. Wih n'-store n> Tall ihaistiThev are warranted Sale. ,
Taz Collector's Lt-vtr do '
Cold Ancbtir
Wrought 15 a IS
Herrings. lo perf..iru well. Al! >r "rsTir mpilv alfeudeil -
which) have
the ob.
tod other measure Mine LIQl'ORS&. %WINDS lo. JOHN M. itflROT.Qiiit.ey. vir'op of the power vt-sted l in me hv nw, I Silver Lavtr Hn.stiUj do .t r
hALF harrel F mil Roe 11RPi' ,
** lbo abolition! of $ t) a &5() bfl > BY sale betie the Court hI'a'it. at Silver Arch.'r Lvtr doLdpneai '
sect in view, Slaveryw w lirandy.'zr4iae, ..__\J received horn Ualtinn-re 01r.ljer 1'J.1K"> > 41 1 ItI expo s t icr: "**'* 1
1.SrJu2.ttO' Uatl. lh sf-cond > corr.'IA.fl .!>
in the 11 t-n, uu
Spanish, (iuiricy. Cou'ify *
Iuie arrived at t a criU when there aie tninyin IVarh, 1.00 a 2.00 ir.RJY! & P.OWJE5.Octobr 1 1 I STATE OF PJLOKIDA.Iivnttl. Monday ol ApnJi\f, tli* l.>lloi.: desCri >e, aiul L.uKf Eotom Pin.a zeyat si"* "

75 10, tsW. 41 .U the State 'idC ot EJK,aad Kinder! ni' <', G W Guaid.'ard
even our midst that are in furor Mi'miis. Apt'le n I .TO pertv.; or so much tl.'rt-.1: as w p \ a snriu fiit .
Wiiir, Maderia, 1.Oia I 100 1Uoo .ni".iyvTas d-je'lhe'rcon'ffr I hey..at 1 30, and.Ihetecessjry Keva F.-baid: Vt-st Chains. St-als. G/-4 )1 and Slverr .

LOU, and contend that Congress hi indicted, Poit, 3 0') a 4 Oil CARR1GE REPOSITORY, : exii-nvs :incidi-iit thereto, to wit : f"enc.'st'i'J Ptns.GoMandSil'.c. SpecUcles, G.T I .

no wrong nor committed any aggression up. 113Jag3, a 1.00 BY MHIER & BROKA\7, even lui'i'ired and fi'r'! > acres nf land, Ivin on Sleeve, Coii ir ai>*l E44n Ciitton-*. S.lver. Pearl ard 1 .

Charooacne, 10720 Tallntasre, Fluiida. -.Zf Crooked Creek, purporting lo b1ng to Armi-.tead Shell i'ard Cas, G-.Id and Slvt-r Tl.inbUs.fiae*'

on the lights ol the So'ilhern: pro//>le. You Gin, Holland, 2 5<) fl S O1) rPnr.ubcnbeis wouU infi-n, thfirJ and R< ney, or t' iriocfa thfieif as is ntcestaryto pay i Fans S'ilvrr and Cur.lo Ci n-bs ,.

will know our enemies l lay the siiuelesscry oldisunion. Amrn, 50 a 75 '. tnt-riuH. and ile ;public i.. eiera1k the Tax afoitbaid. HUGH 0 McLEAN, AU, French Mantle Clucks. Tab!" Kujvf, TTra -, .

.1.Tnuita 3 00 4 Oft, .. Tax Collector f f.r G.dJen Cca-lj. PuttMandS.lver Ware, Silver Table and Teaivcoi's.
Hum a
r % ; :
larip .iipiI
,._. ; that tlnan a ;
They will chatgf with inJivorofa receix.itfi and Ladles .J
us being i'i
fO 75 40 Co PUtcdSuoo. Foik1 am Soup
Amenran, n vbuf.ilor oil. r October 12, IS30.
LI t Carna* *nd I5iimii{ Procla iatioa Thoaas Brown
dimhiMon! of tbe Union. tfi&Aty. Moncngahela, 1 OOa 1.2r. Prrsnn' by Puttrt White's. d.- Tea S !*, Cast or Candleicl.H -
-ale on the most reasonable terir.s., Gcvrnoi Florida.IirRK J lver and Gilt (;Jiran 5 5lf ..
Co'mou, 31 a 5" | Tan Collector's Sale. ; Solar Lamps,
Citizen l be deceived ad. | wiitrg! { to buY, are request Q lo call aHexanmtheir < *
Fellow *, not -we oILc&? TAINTS--Oil. Sperra, 1 25./1 5(1SO ( st.vk. October IS. *')' 41 I \s, it ja be'-n m:11< known torn* Mst! vlrttiof tn? )> ivver vwltd in me by law, I .4.ln. f fi;i double baeULtiGu,4, Shi't and Gate f t. .
) n'irdr com'TU'e-l) thf 'oun- B Bi2 and FTas. Sac prfktt Knivt 1'i.ite Monnlei,
tocite no such thing. Should you honor usvulh Lard ul.uUTanners' a watrecenlh in shall f a sale. InfarIhe Court Hoiwe at '
f>0 a 75 & CO. ly of Gad-den, |in tl.is) State, by one JaiwRfn'T' |*. expose of Qadsdei on the second Port Folios, Viutias, CIirotel and Flutes, fine Fa2'tr -
C. C. BYRD the Cou-ity
tour coutiJence, and we could ask no Li'i .eed 1 .Of) o 1 '_>5 'ipoi the bo.lv nt t J vm! White, aid llul said Rigging Quiucy, in tollowin described >jo- ,, Strops, &,. *" '

greater manifestation jf it than to be selectt-d Castur -' 3 t/l (1 3.50 WOl'LP pectfulj! infrrm the citizei' of Tal- is nr'\ a lu itive from justice: Moniiav.rty, or of so Ap.ilnetht'much thtreol; a- will pa, the Mate;and t tuai'} a. d tentr?! a-xwrtirent of Performers'" ilirjetpccr2

yJl7iile LfU(1, No 1, -' 2..5 t 2.5i and eurionndint; cointrv. iit they ..uy.. A'/e ye that I, TJIOMIB BROTVJ, f7oTernor p Tax d e thcteon tier the year IS jU, and the Str.. &,c. TCAVLC. & MYERT. t- .

a$ jour rejuesentalives, we tell) you that we Pure 2.75a3Ji are now reci iviugaiuS optmng at thesita-idoii'ierlv of
___ occupied hS. F. Bit a Jar;;" and \\rl>f.tlut<*l in hv |law do !hertbv nfler reward of iiecesiry expenses -
rein t ivor 1ff State: action in favor ..f what. Chroint, Vello-v, a tiuy ves'etl me a Fire tout.'d, ei.ht Miiidre/1 an] fjrtv acres if New Gcod3. .
Green, a >tr.rk i4| Fancy SM, and Klcplt Dry Gn's, K tr- Ore' H'ndretl Dillars fnr the apr-rehensiii fl aid Civer returned the
fver remedy the wisdom of the people Geor Bluntrts; liornHt (.'upA, laud, Ivin; on ApaUcnirnld arrivals from New Y)fli&" .. ,
J/tf7. b Tale
Putltf, a $r; ,J1sdyt, flirrina. and hi* delivery in o the cu-tudy" of the ot Dr eev r, or -i:3-r: rt'cev"d v '

g.ain: tneir Sovereign capacity may decide S\LT-Liverpool, fine, ark, I ss a 2.01)Turk'i Itiutlil-'natit CIut1in', nlrtUas,, IFi'oduf f Mllivrn She-riff uf 5 iil County of Gil-d property uucb thcreot as will pay 'he Tax af..h.'id. IL) pn'rtl portmrt nf t eoODseotLTvofA.

l fif.ind, coarse, 1 Oil a 1.5i) n'nif. (ifosi: and Cioekirv, Chin akl StoneWare .Vtrn.-Slid Riz in* i is abnut 25 >e3rs of ae, .*>, c HUGH' O. McLEA.V.Tut 50'i(1iirdiet egroKtrses, r-t ,.

von, without infringing the CoostiltitVm! or TOSACCO-M:Miufactun'l, 15J a 02qual Haiiiicare, Ciilltty, (inns, IIotkrD-U'arl fH-.7! ir S inrhpji t.itth-li," d
estroing this Union. Lt it be retaliation, 1' florida Cir Leaf, 1stSrcotid 15 a .V Ife all of whkh t hey w.ll cII| 1ibfl| ast and l full, ronnii face-is stout and heavily October 12, 1-,50.> 4''> Om 5)t) .

quality, 10 a 15 rm<> a anv |.oii m the nt\. Pgnchases4oud built, and I'ldicted to drm'un LAIM Cotton

Wfl4u'CrcnUre, invoking a Congress of the liif
.uht'rz& States, or t>r.f cnting a st l1P3fltI l tWcJarntion SUNl)11F-Uidc*, dfy 5 a 0Talkw. ch-.ins e-\liere Oct her 19, J lsr-0.! ) 'l hand, and caused to be aff ed the Great SezI A1oa geocnl iappiv ol I'AWi. i a:;aGOODS. -
ce'.tetl in bv lav :
of theo | me ,
7 a 10 J of our rights ublcb will guard u* a. Groceries. shall lor sale before the Court HOUSJ at T.l.'ac4 ., ,
exp'oe r.a1- .
1e'.vax, IS a 20 Jata4Petifl 12th o! Urtnhvr A. II 1S>J p. -- -rn7.5 --. ._ IL,

painM' Amber unc.oiiiUiui5onalavvsor! future infnicein Turpentine, 50 /il.OO IT'A1LY! GROCERI ES ad THOMAS BSO'.VX, Governor of Honda.fy fi'incy. in the, County the of iiovMn C .id-i3npn! described the s'crmMondiy pro1p : 'S $ ll4, .. ,.: t.. !k
nl next
5 50 7 01SUt CO. AtN> in A. 25') Sacks Turk Man t Sat, .1 -' -
Ptwderkg, ; ntMipon our picpcrty and our lights.AGeorgians S 10 "C. DOWNING cf Stale. 'rtyorso nrich thereof 33 will pay the State and I 3'jO Lireip .ol -.
a 250 fbi Dne l Bctf, lh'm and UlatkTea10 -. V7. Secretary and the I.
Count Tax due therenn for the year 154)< Ntitt.n Familv Tltur, ,
us Auu'iicann, weat-k you, are Potash, 10 a 1'2JKersev kits Sdni! (>'), ; 3 b'lta pov, ,,tvnlled, 11 a 2% 12 1 ibbUNo; t MarkLnLJ 5" crt4hc4< dj nprw ary *-'cnr'e' 75 S.tle Ka.id; Leather, '. ,. .,. '.
Milling to be less than! under the Six huiidrfd and forty aTt-s of l lird, fvir on iU! ROOP.
eq'ials Cti
you ; '4 Wain, 14 a 22 1U bj.s; Java Cot'ee! ( 300 lbs a1trte&2ani1es, Leon Female Academy. tobelons tc L. S. Catlin.or 10() forBETTON Tt.1v N .
Rock Creek, tijjnrr, -
Cuion \ Lich wai- farmed iy oar naceMoiF. Potato, Irish, uSweel 2,' Lacuna do < ', k-gi Cin-uI Butter: purporfr 1Z) pieces KfJitnckv- ; :
rjT*111} Trustees proper to elect a Rentlenan a *0 much theieof as will pav the Ts.\ aforesiid.HUGH !. & iit ;:;: .
the arne Union is it t was in tbe ciau of a Ie. >bU But'Ciackcr! *.; 25 beb inrCheet.e} fi. Principal of thi* Institution on the 3>:h November OIcLnf..*, :i 3i .: .., .
/V<, Mckcul. No. 1, t tsNo. 10 bo\c< Soda Ui-tiitt. \ 3 do Moctroni, next. They will 1 require i he most satis'aciory Tax Collector Had-nJen Couaty.OctL'r Scpt.uhr :
M'athii!, iou We know ou are not. It 2, $14 lu bbU XeYoik Flour.S) Preserves. ad l ftekles, testitnoniaUof charvter anti rapacity lo teach the 12. Is-V 4T 6n New Goods -10SO.rUC ., .

cannot be possible that the people; of (Jcorgia Coifisb,, . none.Muilet none.. *{''i half dt do do ) CurrantfCiuoJ fresn 'tai3ins.Orltshr Prunes. ti ml branches in Frt.li.i! Claq.iraland 1 Milh! rr.atical 6 soVicribers are nr.w refe'vi g by te S uwan .:. .-
20 tUX
Pi"kled Lf.twterp 4 '
) They ffier a silary cf One'J7if> .. York.j
Ediieatic'n. u- Collector's Gale.BY other v sel? from Nevv .
%Va.isran.1 i
will subuih the Jiiittei Goshen, 2 > Tax :
to wear yoke ofopprcfi ion, tO, I'50. 41 tal- *
tand Jjollam a year, pajailein quaitir'y tn cf the above, whtcn, a(tli-d to their pre '
Count, 20 n 2') v'ttue, of the veeil! in ire tiv law, I j a fall! stock .
to become little lest than tlavc! (heniaeve! <,and inents\Mth the ue convenient chobl roorr.*, ina posver corr.nri article nti Jy! ated1a
Hon-k- I will e tvery
Ci4teG.h'n, n Tobacco, &,c. retired of lh. ritv. The "Mccesfnl can. i late shall expose for sale before lii-- Court SMit, :
Ii $ tbe rwd which they Pine Apple. IS a 2'Jlolanset part of GailsJen, on the second i Southern marker.
by are punished.If i ''he County 1.
his latie first davcf Qo.nc r.i
BYRD & CO. are now opening andmViving is expected to enter upon < on the Uatin herr,tiken in the s.IPci'4tbe
New Orleans 3't 50 de.'cribed! CJreat care
CC. '
a the foil..v ing pr.-
are free, let u maintain hat( fie dotn. Il ') bTses and hall bnxea(11wifgTt.ldcco, Jannaiv, Kt.Applu MndiIf April and wit prepaied trPcr the city and *'Hi"'r* tva4&an
30 the Stale I
Country. 20 a will cw !
therfcof ,
50, bo\e assorted ations tree of of to be aJ- pert, or s t muh a pay FANCY GOOD
Soap, quilitit'a, postage, ad
expense STAPLE :
tf :
we are equal* WIth he North, let us maintain Soap Extra No. 1, t a 7| County Taxdjj th< reon from ISIS to iZ' inclusive | a4rlmeflt
No..i. '4a 7 10,000() Siatn| li Cizaio, superior, drsed toTHOMAS incident thereto, to which i in vanity, stYle, a'nt qnaiiry. vrpt npaoiee b?MW

that equality. It the properly we 1Ldd! beouis Navy Bread, 10 a 12! 100 baj *shot. as- (.rtcd tiz1*, BALTZELL, R. F. WII1TNER, and the! necury ejene3 i" this rratkrt.anJelf on s* l.beraT tenMs.-, J :-.

cit) k*>;rs Powder, in 0 and 25 1)nundi'4, M. A LONG, J U*. P.AKER. wit : in tl.e ritv.Srit ..
let us ae:1 our right to it, and resifcl ate Ciarkcr*, 124 tl5Tta Two bu idred asid forty a-re of lanr1 in Gad.len any etabh-haenr j
HI I Ii'x.'p Sp rm Crndles, D. P. 110GLT.. JH.. LROOMC.Oc LUILEi .- pETr- ,
flack H) KM) Robert Jtraprson r' ,
hazird act which Train, and LinoeM Oil Salratu a.rrtei1S 4') (R.vf" County, ;purportic;; to beUinj tt ., .
eiy Congres Lamp, ; b IS-'A 33
rvery :< ;, 12. ember Q', 1VV _
Green, S'J' a 125 m'ich thereof l as will pay t tle! Tixas atr&**ud, _____
.'icen, Mis. Miller's, Lonllard, and U. Scotch ; llirrnnoDil Enquirfr, Charleston Mercnrv, 4.0 .
seeks to destroy our render it al.velcKs Creek. HUGH O. McLF.A,
property Si.iiHi. October tI, 1550. 41 fll'diiIe Recorderend NaahviliUfiion will c.AI.i keto Bounty Lands and Pensions. .

) in bands. The sole i EXCHANGE. ------- week and forward Tax ColUctcr for GadaJen County.OctIler with' ,
our su- now Uubmi | ple trnfleC4iwhtg HCuntUrv.-ri'L !.''pv'n.yTiad-arrangements .
4 Zji :
12. ISoO. .
iou, and an approval of tbe On New Ymk, 'par a 1 prn. Bagging, &c.TUST accon14fn t this office. i a r 'rn'fte'; On! in thC 'iy \Vashingt..n, .:

aggrvfettxeinuietnenls .' New Oi leans, I| S .. ....aU. ,..,. tnt._. ItC_ :.
received and for t.aebv C C. RYRDie, CO, fron New Yor are now 'reptr.'I io unf ]n>- i- >.i nl.>
cif lb. abolitionist* of tbe North, Gold and Silver, -. U o 2FREIGHTS. tJ T OTTI:: yards Gunny Irging. Salt. colli-ti'n rf EvuKfti Land Claim* aVid Pension,,- ;

Dii.idee; do &. RUT have jus! iccfivnl per Car'-c Mora, A FULL a!44 rfirent of Sonle Goods andGroce- and will cive their strict atieniion to the ame.Adlrew j, 1

2,5r K.tiIi'y do 10I.ack3ALr, v\hfhthey will Kell at the ics, consiirj!; in part cf McQUEF.N MrlNTOSH,

that ate in favor ofbtbflthSIOf%, and Cotton to New York, pet lb., | lip) mils Bjle R >r e, 1iest.L rraiket rire. Ort..b.r| 12. ISS.11) Brown Shirtings and Sheeting Jitek"onUIe East Fla.CI1AS. 1,

charge us with the Kpiiit ufdituniun, are in Mea uremktit lo New V<>rk, per [not, 121 200 lb 1aZ.LS Twine. IJleached rf<>. do. Calicoes, ., W POWNINR.Florida. I Ic.141

favor of Co'ton.: N-\> Orleans, per bale, 1 )') OctoV: :Itt, l' Vl' 41Blaahels Very Fine Mules. Wood and Willow! Ware, ? .

adjourning th! Convention without 1iflI-ejg: V) CTibcr rive notice that about the 211th P.ncket and Tuhs, 38. tf [Sntin.1)) :.

any action. UV eppose thi policy, because ---.- ileraeys, &c. 'T JL Mins'ib iDst.ut.be will line in I ullaha-we a lot of Unuualfy Fa.ec Ppvrrn and and Cnm'non Ada'ninMne'ap3 Candles, Lost or Mislaid. ; ; :-

it would *irilK 1iJeti the Xunlj ;: TI Negro 1tlaii.. ilCi O1a1itie4 MCLES, and a 1 f- w 110 R'E.
ban & fane
> jip<4iral j R. B. HILTON il7.P4 Rrowi aii't! Loat Su ar.NaU. James L. Sweet, Exfcator of ,
D, C, pr.e._ch I'M' I and 1VJ R<*- Rtinke. JOHN %V. TOM PKI.NS.Octrber Spanish ('irlis, assorted Candies, \ N'QTF! pavaLI- and t
Ill! wIt ( s lias done, and 1 Attorney at Law Tallaliassee Florida, -\ : rr.'e.naiur twart-r for nir.e humlred
ngre au invitation 6 Uo do rc.1, blue, ar.J grfctn col'd !tfKlankrts. 12, JSW.' 10 Ri Lrfguira, and Jtca Cotree.On 1. T R > dated No- i
\T 15. He will "lam.. for Land tid'r fiftv-thrt-f d4h.rs and tl.ir'y-three rents.
to future aggressions uhirb if ptoherult l of Ken'urky Bajaina 'n1 1 Bale
perpetrated liaJiJ- \ -.uplv ;
1 > Land Rill! m'.dercvocn- ven.bt'r 10. 1 13 1*., Clue 011 the first day rf Jannary, .
) the.ateBount lor a < HOTEL. .
10 pieces Negro Keisejh assorted CITY RICA worr-co'ed fIai.Lrd&t. f
prices.UJ Flour Bacon, .
R h
oud! be >pe. an
\% the d ntli ; alter maturity,
llu; interest
*> v: oj ( I<* Rpjiubbc.Tbit j.en4tii. October 1 13, ISV 41 McDOUGALL. IS JQ. with stvv.i per cent
-do Planes this bre JOHN r4
ed,having rente.l O Smith and R IT. Sha-v, art f
weikb to id. W'v 03 do Li'isey, fancy Zifl(1 l soliu! colonJNOXV : iiied Heupmin '
au< ije for fust&ining MrpjlEund eitao'i-.hnient.-'ituatecS Orther 5. iSS1) creditedon the 31st Jan ier IboU, vvith 5Lk. Alperanis L1

the Union In1 adherence the Notice. iipetiinc and fr lebyOcl..i.r \\Vsl ..f thr Capitol Sqnare. in cautioned purchasing or tradirg g
an to Con. against
ly; >> ). 41 C. C. BYW) CO. et.i.d fitted it ut, in etti.kte; Copartnership Notice. I are R. }Z. SIIAV7.SS '
aWuce, the State booki T-H-h-
my from triv at i the City of for said (ittie-
*ututioa ml the United DURING
States, and by prompt | me in charge ot J. L. Uernilly vikn ito < Hats &c. order, 11 now ready to arcomrt.Ute Hoarders intu-! UtieriZefi; h Caps .
rebace tu any iiifiitciion or violation Of its )uth.rlztMI receive and receipt (lor any mr T.cie4 due best SOil rncstapproved title ot enle.tainn.eatllavinlheadfauttueof THE e'lier t t.r the n-irpt.s* transac'ins! : a Ccrrral -_ a.

nf bv note or account.I Per'iuni.wi1ing tn bquthte I DOZEN (bojtaud men,) fancy coined Cili- I I larce and c.mfoitable i parlor -! lercnr.tlle fl'ilneqs I in. t1' is citv, under the New Steves. .
Lcrrd precisions. tVe Ltc as much de\o. he will be prepannl, lu accommodute New York Cofi'ii2, Par1rr ,
xwtorriu Halo from
ol tC.fl)4 receiving
I their damn before n v' retnro, can lo so by calling ana suitw rii'ni hiKi it j le ol UKIR X RUT, have opened in TUST 7
ton lo the Union b lbu e ubo are (for fcuhtnis.non. on ihe above named t d 'zen I'njoM Hatu latest tyle, lam.lif. a-'d!' luniikh a sepaiate table; the 5tur next tf. I> vi1 C Wr on, formerly otca- ti and Air Tight Rt'iVfs <>l tic rrost appri>v.- f patterns (- .

October U, JS5U. 41 6. P. BURNCY. 2 do Mole Skin Hat- fine and Utrrf t-Ulc, srt.d. Hie iVr of ""he L zi,,laturccan beprovid with jed In Jacs M. Wllli i ns. ani I wi-uM vlicit from and litest ttEt. Call anti C\anuft thrm. !

We mean an Union of Hquality and t V) dl, tn-nj and b }8 Silk, Glazed, tud Cloth s naraie rooms or ill ..rtIe4.aiI I thc IIMV pieler: ; and their f ffi.'iiJajiiid the putic' a-n; raU! A S rc of r>atGKORIE T. WHITr t COJ' ,

Jndependeoce. Coopers Coopers Coopers Cd| H. For Kale by a si-rarAtetabk aUo, al Ja> hour, t ii buit their coileninre. rouaZ.'. N IIHTR.i. Sotcn.w'r2. 1S') S7 tf

October 19, 1WO.; 41 C. C. BYRD: & ('0. Juh t IO. *Jt> JAMES s. nrvr. SCHOOi: .
ELIJAH R. YOUNG rPIlE ub>icribcrt now rfler fur sale neviand marn in 3NTJ3W
a oomL -,;. tcndinz tome every -
[hit -- ------ i-bsciibt wilI.
pl'te of To il .. and render hicutsis ITJL1 the -fh nf Of'TO'lFn. tfe!
assortnieiit Cooper < con itmI Carpeting &c. to keep a jro..d house, to New Goods. .
hi* r.oxrer OV th C'.tu
JAMES L. SUWARD. I of satiattiou, > 'CrlOOL in t.e! LV-nnent of
Coopers Atizt-s, Stock HowfUn, lIowrlliDu lila, cumforliWe. and nivegeneral 9 .
ROLFl t to and three Carpeting| Wool St Rtl r are now r eivinc: hv recent The ccirmiinityrrt '' .
b ol anv se.
Lcveltrs, CnwsVo'>d Slocked, Di.i.d: Ave an Thomas () '.1 10 hna4". iiie He.irMi: KH""., lictla a iibcul patiiiiJe. frr Ne\v York and New Origin*, a He tf htitje.. will it i,3
: Ctntnlg. Giorgia c. I 19, 1 1S50.floribbu Iron Brace, Cian! : tenne, Hnvvdlin; Hollv\ing, o d Stales attached lo the pr.rais', lj_ arrivals >in a< urcd (that tii' time and ,
2 piet- Green Baixe Carpetine, t"r sale hv There are : i.'lt-ii.1'd gct.eral S'Sortmer.t ii.suh goo.ls as are neeJod ia l l.eJ for the m"ral and intt4IacnL. .
hoot|i, lieadtng, FiKckliI and Stave Kuiv.Oc1oLtt well -J >plied-nJ properl> ti. faithfullv erni!>
W.11. b.- ? .
October 1 It' C. C. KTHD! S ( 0. which io
MS.Vl. 41 ot-
1I! 's50. 41 CEITOX &. 1IIGGS. : u. sE1L1.lEL.12 kr this I mrUet.cnnsUtmc put adw.i.crnrnt; ( "f, hi* pupils. IplktTon.

1jc & Journal.ITCLISIICI ? 1550. 40Notice. Kinisidii, Shoulder*.anl snjir-curcd Hams'! ., HH term*,ol tuition il.. be rvac'e known np.n ap.'
Bonnets .
&c. % ____ Rruvvn.l.nut ed.and L >if S-.i ar, JE..sl B P. SMITH. .

) EVERY BATL'RDAV- --F.VEMJiG.: I Flour, Bacon, &c. Il LORCNCE Bi aid JJori-J? nia-k; Florence Ri'r.iet,, -TTIIUE: : r ; / % Rio L. 4'tira ana Java t-onee, I I .-r"i'n'.Pr! ?I c3fl. 17 -

tT r -ceu od per \V. R. I'etten from New Orlean, n China Pe.l > artier Dale l't and Twine, Flour. Lard, T.harcn, '

J- 10,000( lU of Middlings and Shouldim, ('rimp Sjtin BonnHii, ( ;ilvertil Wreaths, cuport'I01h41 hcrett.'re esiting the Sap, t t.ircb. S.imand Atlama..iine Canles.! Nev/ ,Goods. 4(1E0RE .

TEUXS : 15/JfJO II)* of Sugar Cuu-d lUtn., Alltoi and Tulip do S 15 dz French ArtiScial, I_ narae anti firrn at l CLAl.KE i. STILLMAN.All Imr erialand Ittark Tea. wrifrTn Vare. IT. MRGtXNfsS: w"nn5w recejviln a '!i i

.1 l1PLtL DOU.AR* per annum, if pai in advance. 40 bdrrei t-ui crime Hour, Diab and Fancy do ) 5 du Bind Roues. this day dUo.ved by mntujl coosenl. i prvris And a g'id; assnrtmertt ol Crockery, GIa a-nJ VJT: supply of GOOii cued to the penfi.YZ--

*. } .LE AMD A HALF, d paid wit hi ii mx montrs. 2') Kilra St. Louu rVmily Flour, Tulip da ( F4'rate by to the a'.ov e firm, w ill please in Ae an cla.nsl early. Ware, imt Kentucky, Dimdre and Gu.niy"ine Z.tg- CI.ants, 1Ceravs, I t41', Ttat', atd Sht
Qta DOLI.ILI.> ii not paiduntiltheeudofilieveat I Sirktd To"gue October 10. lSStj. 11 C. C. BYRD &. CO. ,1"raent to the undrsiiivt1 ; aad having their which! llx-y! will sell at fair' prices. ON H\ND." ?----

rh.eiettns will be npidlv adhered t totnd 2 Heel, l ,,3t the Arm will |pretz.t iSiem at .earliest, 1 j jr 0tcber 5, IS-il. 30 A !T'>"d ,npplv r.f D'SS'njr' Rope. Twine, Sl I
Io Csudlife Guns. ..ven.cnce. at the SU..e foiinerly | for the ,
Paper jcdinconlinQeil untiiaU aitriiag.iaie 3 b ictf Sl.u L. CLAI.KU; &t., i.J all other articles neresary
J'lid' !<> at the option t the publihcrs >'ubtrib 5 barrels I4fld.S AbA Notice.TM1K G. H: MKG1NN1S: ? -
C t'\o birrel Purrnsjian
"VJOW fpening, Patent Talut.ssee.Julyl.1- ). Oct'a. 40S. -
r will be received fr ihre* iuouth at O e Loaf Sugar, IN Brunch Guis.: 3 lo do da Jya ; flrm of Nash i. Tartar U IhU day diwolvedL St-rti-nb: r 2'5, 1S50. 53 tf -, -i .

DulUrs, naonthi at !?l &'J. Kvrry otdrr for the 9 O.iiotis mutual consent. Th.'ie i-dehted, will do u* --- r
'' Gun,. [Oct l'JlM'). 41] C. C. BYRD & CO. CLARKE, bv :'
Pel out of lliucuuntv mnt La* accompanied) with Also on Hand STILLMA-t,) the pleasure lo settle as sun as P -'We.' Rsady Made Clothipg, ,
tb fc
culi, uaimi lie order comer thrnuh (roaIERLY CLABKE ,- il. NA II. ; $
any of our received frcrn New York ?chr : .
tnurltntbor.ifd in the .V') Saclct Liverpool Ground Salt, C. C. BYRD & CO., purchased the interest of Mr. J-: L. TAYLOR. TL'ST per .
agenU CUiI' *
October 1 iSSO. tJ J P.EADV MADE
,.." s-orf h c? 4.
1,1.VIG I'ef ; ipj
lObjrreU Piime Pork ILL old buine can
W: maketei\ liberal advance on Cotfoits : in their land 1.'r c;. If. t t
sab! bv
: 2O piece* KetUuck) Uag in,;, .lii.ped to Iheir Iriendsin New York. Utl I'J .* found at their oH stand on Monioe street, will be coi lcteJ under 'S __ '
hereVtcr S
b'j-iiess Seplrrnbcr ,
20 coil* Rotie. in few days from New Voik, 11L0.
'*'. iThcTehe will receive a solicit
1hbeinerted & CO who resp clfiilly( .
at< the rite fOneUollirper ROWLES Flour Bacon &c. ot Rtedy the firm of JfSH
ju re HF.RRY ti. complete a oitrnei.u .
*>ft-eUeliiiei lorit.c frt, and filly eennf reach Auclioneerti CouimiMioo Merchants. I UST received per Schooner V.'. R. Pcttes from NewtJ one of Clothing the and utieme'i fancy Goods a shire of the patrona of the citizn3 er.erally. P.P.LEVI3: e'
mi uk hand ; ) ass r raenl
equent interti'ia A re*son;ble deduction October 19, iSO.1ounty 41 Orleans, sia in Ui w market. Also, a general -orl. They expect to keep on a ij-'i\ir LOCAL DEMTJST, .4

til be made on If g { not ice?, estate not ice, >.e rnoticei 10 larrtlsetra family Finur, Albion Mills, ever oii nt French. and Sfffftan Cloths, of Good AMlcinn and such other articles as are LLAIIASSCS* FXOR ,A ; : -
without n.'ent oSSSl in Ihenr tine of bu< in94.- %
alteration, by perbCtii havingAifklr 10 di.] end Cassizijers, *.* generally kopl Jo.le-iIa '
Lands and Pensions. superfine do and Fanqi NASH & CONev KoonwLL betceen t
Black f>rt..Wr *. IS'yJ.. 3. I .
*cc UB's' ith he aad Vtlnet ,
w oflTic .
i *Snj .ir Cored Hams, Ricon Sid?*, awl 1'ucsed Salk, Satin Caslg.iere. O1e. '.eplentber ___ \\l
k.uncemeDtii ot ndi4ats for ofiiee. T HE .Tfipnedliaving made arrangement* with Lard and Lifd Oil, Western Butter hiCh he j ( to raanu1acture at : -.% -
r' ..* in advance. No attention a cuiD eUut niid rxM-rienci-d| Agent in llir City 'ii'ortM l C udy. For ale by SJle.t/ notice and in the mol approved' sij ,l It-. / Goods Notcc.: .

wilt be p.1 to nyor<]er1t ra'>n0uncru)etituilui'! ol r Wellington, and being ..ow provided with the October 19, Ib30. 41 A C. HOC. the communitY' generally are>rcspectiulty re uetcd received per cchr. Elizabeth from r'cwy.'rk. .

Alt aceonar,1Bi % ,th le! c-.li. pprcvi d and requisite form*, will attend to the col 1. The and examine ,uytock b.fore Purchasing elKo- .JUST: Silk M mtillas. Lvltes 1)rP" Good*. LT.Ues IL( PT'O", credi.nrlBatte entill.
li'hecl i teJiriau*. nmbge, and ct/jtuarv tiotkes pu*> lection of Claim* b) Powers of Atlnrtey t for liuutityLinns To the Citizens of Tallahassee. to call Taltahassee,October 12. 1S50 40( Merino Vests, Ladies Ridmz Gloves. &-.. urin for .i.L ur oiliciwise iuUt.*ted in Ihe

raloitou hut editorial notice*.f..r rfntiunt, and damn (for Lo>scs aud Scrri where- sale by G II MEGINNI&S.S.1temlcr ol William WoftUyvkte ofJettetsura County) -

&t begsI fit,WIll b *
OLLcrsand wldier* of theunrcf lS12orof any ket, and will attend there re uUrlr" with the with hnn- clitrosanJ trvnund* wilhin twi> >r,r* fiom t'&t\4 b -'

soa of the Ltdian wartnce 190, are entitled to Bounty Lot IJ 'Of, ic., that can be purchased in this County HAVE j'ist i arrived Irom Virginia f f.general ne Plantero. lqttie under.geed, or I he ane will 1* >l
, "lra1i ,11 Lan f under he sate Aft uf Congrers. For **ricere'der,4 od the nugbborinK ConittiM Georgia They I drrdNtXSROES, for sale. tan.l at; Mitt. 1'ondei anqirihjhcilt rrnkc rnh urs'eA ofT OTTON all peenn icdebed: tea.d..ttte aretffff

a, tardi IepLred to eic Work, such I ntxIeiate cumpermation will be charged have now on hand a drove ot t splendid Georsa Cat ,.wrtrnet'. I am at my oU PFlF ANH1O3ACCO ,hipedft.Mtis. (.te. tiuip iuamtdite pavue..t.. .
btirj .
La4 ,imt'Ltt ,&4., ith nt t. vri deliver* of tfce warra1: t desj.ieL 4t their hoines C'j.'Ntt' > I
wh r Air..V.c.l the lfwet ice.f the sent to Md-.n / ..
Lo to ecrtton.etat ca r'.r.tipitm. S Lbesacv, pi vifl have ufjrow '1.E.. (i I () D1t.12 .. M UULI Afc' '.4 JefrDott Cooty sod ** .hia *
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.1 List of Letters STABILITY! -SECURITY-PERPE-UIT\- Business darts, $::C. I I !rgll bntristmtt9 Sljc) ioriMtw & Journal.) In Leon. Circuit ann. -

q in the Post Office at Tallahassee ont IN CHANCERY.. .

t REMAINING 1S50: $900,000.THE LEWIS &.: AMES, 1- State of Florida. PUBLISHED EVKRY S.ITURDIYFXEMXC. Saints M. Hunter. Administrator ,

Aikin,Jackson )I1dern4i.mOS MUTUAL LIFE CO. DALras IN GARDEN CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. Innler.. e \rchibl b"S
Inward, John ISUAC .
M Almore. James Stmuel ., DRUGS MEDICINES PAINTS OILS, (George T Hioaey,'} TERMS : William vs.
Humphresi, OF >EW YOKK- \'LL other.
Robert w : Bill for THREE
AUton. Divorce.
\ v* > DOLLIES'perannumif pa54 in advnce. creditor of
U 11 Hale, Mis SA NOT. Jet. 1349: J00.- Toilet Articles, &e. Window GluPAtYTER. TT .jpfwhu/M the lid "tart.
Bulloch, Mi' NET Accum'llate1 PcifOlcr Eliza M. Hinwy. ) THREE I.ND A H %tr, if.paid witjiin six montl .. 1 atfidiviUnat !Jt.r.ttiol of tbe C'
Y rroatonS W Hv iinifs, MrsEl'zabethUer 1 ) securely invested. in Bondsaid Mortageen | COLORS, : |T appeaiirg to the satisfaction of the Court, byjlldavit FoiiR-Doi.i.\R9, if not paid untilthe end ot t theyear55"These Bum"*. Lnia.1 f
Bfowa.JB JohnSJohnsnn real estate in This city and Brooklyn, and stocks Glass ; 1 in this .ause that Eliza M. hhin4ey. i : Henry Clrk.Mary McCh, *.and 1 t ;
,, Barenneau, II! K A S of the State and Cit) of New-York and United States Apolhe.lles' Yare &r.rpHEabovecoMtantly i i is this tlo. idf bejond I the j jurisdiction teim" willbe'rigidly adhere to, and and ,lor.Defendants in the abfe < !
on band,and(eiJalc the tht"defenddD cu"e. no paper will be discontinued untit arrearagsare side beyond Ihe limits of
F JonesCS at I ibe ? ?aIe.-
p Berry,James G uvtrnment.This ,Court.and out of( I he State of Florida: uule Sate of
JL lowest market paid, sat the option el the publishersSub- within the of For
T.blut prices. the
I Berry,HHBryatJ .lick.on, fund in rapidly increasing a wdelyeaten. it O Wrrff/Tliat t the said Eliza do appear,pead! cri limit UnitP ,-
LEWIS 1 s be received fur three months at One It fs &
t L Johnson Wm N ded and busiies.The &, AME.Talahasee. or \ to the said bill of complaint within ervi That sid Defendant
r \ onNAnrlleit prospeious nT-- November 20, 1S47. an.ver. fur Dola iJ month.at $1 HO. Every order for the answer the filed in this T"a
\ Br\'ln'Uenr1\ Jaal Company declared a dividend of profits of t hree monthor; said bill '.ihL be taken pro cvnftsno Di cUH on or 1
2 paperuut this county mut be accompanied with first ,
W KeeIAI.) on all policies un the 3tsto'f sinst lelendant and that the be fur February next btft it
f .two percent existing IMON TOWLC. a sid cause set othfrwiw I i
: 2 MABtANO D. t the cash, unless the order h of our !
Keel.J 1.\1) cores thru any shall be taken
Blevrtt.RevWBryan J.nut. ISIS. h tearing duri'\gn\ *>.xt term of said Court in November "rainants pro cmfew. pe.i

., Jam" King! ;, S DKinw AU the Profits are dvde among the Insured. TOWLE &PAPY,' next : .ind'is further Ordered. That this OrderpublishedI regularly authorized agents in the Stale. for four, copy r.f(this Order bf publi.n,d ff>(a w' t
t. Barlow John E and ht" / some public in months preceding the said flrt| '
in cash ',semt- Jlftorneys at! law newspaper printed !
The pawble ,
) A premiums are annu"l APVEUTISEJIEXTSWill February next.in > Mona* j
Bembry Thomas Keel the his State nee a week for three months, and thatnmplainanttalce pr me newspaper { I
3 Mics.'erLeitnon. annually, wr quarterly, interest being on formed an isaeciation for the Practice lished in Ihe Middle! Circuit of pBb-
k Brown, W W Key HAVING c testimony in the came. b"inserted i at the rate ofOneDollarperiqnareof tbe State f !
J Vtn deterred Pi)mt'nU. wi attend the several Courts of the THOMAS lines for Given at Chambers, this 5th ( ld-
Burthlot A this secure July 23, B50. BALTZELL the first,and fifty cents for each trr"br.I ,
The cash principle adopted by Company diddle Florida and in the !
RichardS District Couit, THOMAS
Lenard. jV
Chaires, Renj whose benefit the insurances A Iri ropy-Attest, Jude.R. ,; suSsequent' in-tcrtion. A reasonable deductionwill ,j
the for of the U.S
to at
: Carr, Dr Thoi W Loyd.frs Catharine parties without Tataha"ee.1 business entrusted C. l !LBTER Cleik. be made on legal noirf. estate notice". yearly A true Copy-Attest. ;\j: .
the ,
of .
effected, the whole advantages their '
Livingston R G are t to t care prompt attention. alteration OSCAR A. MYERS, CUrk.
Cnwsman, S N Julv27iO. 29 3m 1 notices without' by having ;
drawback of persons
them to the heavy accumulated Office in Ihe O.
Coleman, Mrs M A W Lvy, Almond fcj- C2piot. I -- regular! aCcountS \llh the office. LONG ARCHER, &CORLKT
h premium note* February 17, 7
Cuon.A M Moody, W insurance own lives Notice All aoo-unremnt' of candidates! for FIVE Solicitors (ur Complain,!,
effect on
Pernod otcP. .'
.: Chair, Ct.as P Mil"Martin., Anh WMaxwell. A and the lives may of others. A married Ihel women can insure MEDICAL NOTICE. IS herety given that application will be made to DLL'Rs-invariabt in advance. -Septrmber! :5. 1':1 __ 3. 4"

ChurehShitob Baptist W C the life of her husband, the benefits of which the Ibnoable James E Broome, Judge of Pro : anyo tor announcementunlessaccompanied jvfiddle Circuit of -

Craig, John A J E are secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or Dr. Charles T. Darby bate forLeoi County of Fordaon Monday with theca"h.A1 rda
Clark. Hoeh May thetweity-fist day of October to relijious. mirriagp, : obituary notices pub- IX GADSDEX CIRCUIT[ COURT

ChairetMrtMar, C Mast Morgan in.,FT Miss J A 2 children.Clerg 'men and all others dependent' upon salaries RESPECTFUL V announces'to located the public in gen sell the lolloring real estate of Andrew for-authority f', fliza.
Clegg.JH avail themselves permanently himselfn beth S.and (lotatio C. Withers, minor heirs vate benefit,will be charged a* advertisements.
Crawford Archibald Nicks, JROliver are specially invite to a resource I Florida, and will be found at timt 10. Bill fur Injunction and Eelirf. ,
secured ratio C. deceased, to wit .
R whereby maybe :
Miw M Witlr.
ther I u engaged. Strict attention ill Redding C. Wooten and Jam:s L. Shield
Clifford: Henry ,I
\ Lots ,and 3,in fractional Section JOB WORK.
Miss M A f from the of penury.Pamphlets N0.. 20, and Ctrpl'
Culber onTho B Padrick! b i e paid to all piofessional( calls.May5,1S49. "'. .
I CarkMisC Padrick E explanatory of the principles of Mutual 18 lot No. 2inraclional Sectjpn 21, all in Township We are well prepred to execute Job W'okucha' James M.! Baker and Samuel B. Love,
I Lile Insurance an.1 illustrating its advantages 2, North ofRange I West in the County of Leon bills cards with **. Adminls |
Mr j kc.
Chaires B & C P Parker blank pamphlets neatness rf Duncan Baker, deceased, Defendant,.r.fO \
Carmac, Fred Roach S W J i with fort of application, may be obtained at the S. L. SHIELDS, )1. D. J. S. BOND, it. V. and Slate offlonda, containing 33S. acres, more i.r and d work of this description, Tappearing to the satisfaction ol the Con

Collins J J Roberts Mr RCaanJohn office of the Company 35 Wall st., or of any of its I less. except for persons having yearly accounts with I the Defendant, James M. Baker reside !lh

2 Rogers.SG agents. Drs. SHIELDS & .1 HAMDKN A. WHITE. the office, mint be paid for on delivery. Stale but beyondtheMi.IdkCimcuit r ItisOrfa.j,
Mess TRUSTEES. BON I CAROLINE B. WHITE, -- -- -- -- -----
7 Rowell & Whaley That the James M. Baker
I Davidson, W II associated : DelEd
1 1 Davidson U S Robersun, Mr Jos. B. Collins, David C. Colden, HAVING of themtlve together. the Guardians, & $100 REWARD. answer the Bill filed in this ca.e .doaprrand
Medicine Surgery, &c., fler t heirservices Septcmbeil 1. ISM. 36 4t
'If. J I3Jw"lU \ Dnth
Dcnn R M floberonMrSAEi.t. IVi to I the citizens of af'er the date hereof: tnd it ifurther .
AlcBnrdy end
.._ '. -.., .1 I Wm. Bells, Quincy t thesurround- --- That a of this Order he published Oit/ .
Devane. J j.t. Randall, Phineas "'re S. Winston Joseph Blunt, i ing country. Hones Circuit Court. copy onc "t\
for the of two months in
.. IavisMC Stanley,James Faber Isaac G. Pearson, Quincy Auicmt 11, 1S49.- :31 Richjd Dod, ) printed in space the citv of Tallahassee,some Slate nt\ r :

nurat' H Smith Miss EllaSimmons.'J John P. Yelverlon, Henry Wells, M. > Bill (or Divorce. THOMAS BALTZELL aforwaL.
Dupont, C H San Boyd } A true copv-Attest. 8 e
.J L Stephens, Berry Stacy B. CoIlK, Zebedee Cook, n OTN & @ ] [T appearig to the satisfaction of the Court that R. C. LESTER, Clerk.

Day, Guy Si ewait, Burnett John H. Swift, Jona. Miller, AT LAW .1. Sarah Bui,the Defendant,resides beyond thejutisdiclion PROCLAMATION BY THOMAS BROWN, AI2ut 31. 1"5O. 31 9m

Evans, D L SinselUon.CPJ Johr. Wadsworth, David A. Comstock < this Court, and out of( the Slate of Governor of Honda. -
Evans Miss Mary Staffbid. Potty C S. M. Cornell, Robert Shuyler, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. Florida: State of Florida.GADSDEN .
Ellis Barnard Smith! Miss V A GOUT. M. Wtlkini, James Chambers 27. It is Orered, That tbe said Sarah do appear WHEREAS 1 has been made known to me that
Elenor. Eliza] Smith J M John V. L. Pntyn, Joseph Tuekerman Jut7.IS-9. plead, answer, or demur to :said Bill of Complaint was recently committed iu the Coun.ty -IN C1HNCEKY,

Evans, JohnFleeting Simpson, Thomas 2 ('re Whittlesey, Moses 1. Grinnel, A. E. within thr; months. or said Bill will be taken pro of Jeflerson, in I this State, by one DAVID E. M. .Asa Barber, )
Richd Smith Mai shall Ely Wm. MAEL conftno afiinst said Defendant : SCOTT.upon the bodv of Aaron B. Scol, and that M. > Bill for Divorce.

Farmer. Thomas Thompson. Henry 2 John C. Cruer, Eugene Dutilh, nrv xU. LAW wind it {further That this notice be said David E. M. Scott was committed to Jail to Sarah B rber. }
Forehand James Tice, Wm M Walter JOT Ordt"tt. await his trial therefor : And whereas, said DavidE. appearing to the satisfaction of the Conrf.bj
} Lat S.
hrop, attend all the Courts of the publishedn some public printed in the IT a
Fletcher,Dr L Thompson EW .\Ifre Pell, 'rancsS.. WILL Q3-; Office over S F. Burners Middle Store.Cir State for tree months consecutively.newspaper AI 5. 150. M. Scott has escaped from Jail, acid is now a fugitive davit in this case tlfd.that! Sarah Barber,the d.-
Thomas, Richard from justice : t lendant, resides beyond jurisdiction of this
Freeman. William JOSEPH B. COLLINS President. Tallahassee, Oct. 27, 1S49. GEORGE S HAWKINS, Comfoutuf ,
W II 42 Now THEREFORE I, THOMAS Governor the Stale of Florida, and within
Ford J R Thompson ISAAC ABB ATT Judge Western Circuit. DPOWN. the Stale of
Secretary. .
George, Robert Thompson Miss M E JO.... BLUNT H. BRADFORD emei 23, ISM. 38 3m of( the State of Florida by authority Georgia : It if Ordered, That t he said Sirab do,u-

Garner, Crus \\ "Tto oodennugh,'" W II JAMES B. GA Ag't.,Tallahassee. Rpt vested in me by law,do hereby offer a reward pear, plead, answer, or demnr,to said hill of

Grace,J J Well, Mrs Mail ha January 19, 1S.:0. IBtF.-yCOTTON ATTORMSV AT LAW, Administrator's Sal e.FOR of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for apprehension within three montr cr said bill will!betakes trplit

Gibson,Thomas Well, J fl| Tallahassee, Florida. i of said David E M. Scott, and his safe deiiver} to jnro confesvo ainst said ifendanf, and-that ihe

Grant Joho 3 Williams C C GINS. April 20, 1S50. 15 be purpose of making distribution among I I be Sheriff of said County of Jefferson. I I t cause be Jet for bearing atthe nest ten o aid ;

Gideon, B J Welch Mr HWilliams. !and diMributees of George Young,late I ..1fnz.-Said\ David E. Al. Sot is about 40 year I ( ourl on the second Jlond'.y in Ncvenl'er next:_ j

Grambling, A D I) W. 0. M. of Lon ounty decea'e I will sel. al pubic outcry of age, 5 feet, GJ inches ; square built, is near- .indit ifurllt OTI"fd. That this order bPi/
JESSE II. WATSON DAVS ti> hi biddlr. forcash, the and his hair 1 lished in
Gregory,Mr Wilson.S } tnt sighled, enprally wears spfclace IS : some newspaper printed t 'rP j
GUss Thomas White E rGadJ'e GIN ATTORNEY LAW, day in November next,before the Court door sandy and inclined to curl Very talkative, once a week for three fonlhantlhat Ihecomphm.ant !

; Daniel Wilson W R ,1CI.ACTUJER. HAS taken up his abode at Talaha9ste. and will in the dj of TalIahas.ee, the (following real and particularly after of ardent spirits.Hi .- take testimony in i

Grace. James Waid, A }' Palmyra, life County Georgia, in the Couits of Distiictand per.sonalpropei ty: !language is very much like that of a alow-country THOMAS BALTZELL, 1u4. j

Hartfield. Thomas Wistens Jcs!eWdlker VXTOULD inform his friends and the public gene. of Franklin and Jackson Coulti, 8. The vole ot the land of which said (',eo. Yonnz! Georgia or South Carolina negro. 't true copy :Attest, ;

Hi.ll.GW :A B i V rally that he continues, the above business:al March 0, 1550. 9 lied seial and po'3C ld l, evclusive of the widow' In testimony wherei.f, I have hereunto set my R. C. LESTER Clerk. ;

Hukins, Micheal Wt-lls, Richaid hi is ol stand), where he willbe happyto supply them dower \i: hand! aud caused the Great Seal of the State Anmt .!10.:_'";. __:t ;
I Jl01t'erneWi1iam \Vt1 t era. Etia1 wil Jifft rate article. As an evidence "of I the McQUE McINTOSH, The NV 4 of N W 4, Sec 31!, T 3 \., nf R I W. [Seal. ] Florida t 1"< be affixedat the CJpitt1.it.Tallahassee -- >:

' Ilolbrook Howell We1horo. J Ct quality of his work he would state that out of the A T Y A T LAW The E J f S W 4,of Sw .10,T'> N, of R I W. ihU 3d day of October, AD.. ISM. In Chancer.

llrndeison. Fred 2 Whitakrr? Mis- J H Y larze numbei sold by him the past year, not one ha t the Part i.f ot No. ;, Sc 2! T 2 \, -f R I W. THOMAS BROWN, Governor. MIDDLE cnCU1; i'tomDA.T ,

4 )Hoskins, W F Whitnex.Joseph fail -d to Rive perltt satisfaction-and would a!ref 1ILL 1 attend Circuit Courts in the Eastern. P.rtofte E LoIS E1.Sec3uT2.fl1 W. Bv the Governor-Atics' : CHAMBERS, August :9,15501 ;
Circuit; the United States DUttict Cowl al ALSO-T-o likely NEGIfO FELLOWS.: C. \ DOWNING I State. BUt leave to Land.
Hay C D WalK John eren e, name of any one who has one of hil I \ Secretary for ul i
Gins in He is St. Augustine ; the Supreme Court at Tallaha sec DAVID D. October 5 ). Sentinel. John T'. Duval and Ann F. a/
Ikntleron! Mrs Caroline Young*, Absolom u.-"* intending to enlarge his establish ;; YOUNG 1SU 39 Ct t ,Complaali.r !
ment this prosecute Claims 'for citizens in any part of Flor Administrator of George .
hodges R ronsih'rabl" year, by which: means he will I Young, dc'd. j
S Perton callinj! for any of the above letters be e tabled to till orders (which last tear he was unable ida against the Government at Washington, either ptcmVr 2S, 15;,). 3S ts New Goods. The Heirs at Law of David M. Sheffield,dnc i

Swill please say they are adverti-ed. I to do) with Gi ns, i if possible,superior to any everminufacture before' Congress or at t Ihe Departments.Addres -------- subscriber! is now rlceivint per Suwanme whose names ?r.unknown. ;

MILES NASH P. M. I. .I in Southwe,>fernGeorgia. lIe think! ) Jacksonville, Est Florida. Notice. THE Eli/abtlh from York and Wm. R. IT appearing to the s.itistaction of the C rtlhit

I October 5, 1S50. 39 3t I IT that p'er ears' experience enables him to make a August 10 I IS50. ALL pcsons, creditors, legatees, pntillrdlod Pl.If1 fioin New Orleans, a full supply of GOODS the heils at law of David M. Sheffield.derwsKd, ;

little article. DR. WILLIAM H. BRADFORD or otherwise interested in the estate: suited to the !season vi/ : do not reside in this State, but in the Slate a COB !

ARTHUR'S HOME GAZETTE. I Beingapracfical-nechanicand \it hal,determinec Offitt( first of Robt'rtpelce.1te of Jefferson County Florida, Flour. Gcnnes-tee and St.Louis, best brands, nerlicut : It6 OcruJ. That the heirat law of(
i that none but Giusot the very fir-t classshallbe man- Door West of Judge BaltzeIl'i.May23lS50. : y nolif.*m tolfi. j

THE subscribers have commenced the publication 1 factored in his,.hup,he feels t saieinlwarranting them 20 and demds .'ilhin t\O year4 from this,date to the Gsupeiior Double Baird. Guns, said Bi of Complaint, in thiscdie fled.vilbiD iour ;

a New Weekly Paper for Families wilh the !\I to operate to th.satisfaction of the purrha
I above title to be under the entire editorial control nf j I will deliver them free of charge to purchasers at S. S. Knight personsnJebted to the said deceased bdl.t, are requested Coffee, Potirhontr Tea, Butter Crackers That a copy of this Order be !publishedw.ca ;

"1'. S. .RTlIUH.who will concentrate upon it all,or I their lbnttionc.Al. I TTTILL continue business to mak/iicniediate payment. Rice *.halves,and quaiter No. I Mackerel, week {for the pace ot (cur int.nlha, in sme lews- I

nearly all, of his literary labors.. The design nr'hi. I| made with his tr3'e1ngI4'nl.; \ V he hopes to wait oil sucboliisrjenejsas at his} old stand, where have JAMES; R. TUCKER, sheriff No. I hart, Sperm Candles, paper printed in the cily i.t Tallahassee, Stileoi i
paper is ctrtdv expressed in the title-" HOME' : or order* to the Proprietor at of Jeffc-rson County calf skin Florida. 1
Palr'ra. ZhaH heretofoie extended 2 cases gents superior Boots
solibciala iffirio .
GAZETTE." "it will be, emphatically, a for 1 patronage, rrlnil antl Arm'r. THOMAS CALTZELUJH,
paper promptly attended' to.$7Hepaiiiug ing that shall havegood Jlf..r." CountvOctober ; :0. 30 oju patent Balance. Grill"lont.( i
_. prices.
k & firflf Uuawhol al
eomp.rnnnlire5ide pl i>t : Ipcrl done in the ----- A 'true copy-Attest.
j most durable April ,1540. 17 -- --- Calf Skins, Bridle and! Gin-bund Leather,
iriend. to all with cheerful -
a countenance A'lYEKS
coming manner. OSCAR A. Clerk.
Notice. Well Wood Meauits, Tubs
and seeking, while it imparts instruction to (WHe; is alan Ag.-nf (or the sale nf Chapman Pure Ames'Eucket.and Shovels, H\-HUGH. ARCHER Jr.. D. C.
cnleitain and interest all cLaeofreadr. A leading I Randall's it Co.'s CAST IRON HORSE; Sulphate of Quinine.'finE ALL i tirson creditors, anti Ieg (lee entitled to An iuvoiceoC Spades Hats AIV/IMI 31.1 1*5. "I .4m ,

feature of the Home Gazette" will be a GAR MILLS in. nlhwl"ter Georgia rOWFRSU-,. subscribers have on hand two hundred and or otherwise interested in the estate Silk and Cotton Uumbrellas. '

Series of Original N'ouTcIIettes by the Kdltor! Contracts can be made with my Travelling, ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which tIle of Jwes lloore.1t.of Jefferson County, Florida I Agricultural Warehouse.
information Agents I have obtained direct (from the and deccpcd, hereby exhibit 'heir On lalH1. I uudersigned having puri Iwse*! the tntlri
Any wanteehyith rezard the I notif..do !
Who wilt (furnish four five of these to cost and .anu'aclurt"r THE
some or pictures: .
claims A good supply Bagzing, &c.. 1
they will warrant it antdrmands 0 'from this date of Acriculnfial! fromMmv
to be implements
operation of tin-Be mills he obtained a supetior article. "itin ( years i
of dnmcs'tic hie,written in his bed i lt He) for by address-
every all other articles for Ihe trade for which
We have to the unersigned, \ be barred and) necessary DENSLOW WEBSTER, would anaMjrxe: to I tie )
volume. The"! Home Gazette" will be the of inz me at Palm vra. Lee Count v,Georgia. enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines lle samevi ; &
orian all indebted fair prices be taken.and the same given tor public that they have greallj increased said : .
30,1 SO. 12 by rereiit an inls,and are prepared to execute persos are requested wi ilk ,
will it be the Mach ly
no sect of
part nor ; nor exponent any other article of produce offered in the ;
orders tor articles in t: immediate Colon or any embracing besides a variety of other material and articles :
our line at wholesale rake pauntnr.
of the itmn of the day. But it will faithfully advocate or retail,,
Dr. Jaynes' Family Medicines on the most accommodating terms. JAMES R. TUCKER Sheriff market. J. 1 VILLIAMS.Soptenber2hISO. generally ot the following character and description .'
the right. and seek by every means to widenS 37
the circle of human happiness. Honestly will the his Hair We have also a few accounts yet due to us forth* Jefferson County arid tf officio Adrn'r. I : f
plOMPRlSING Especlorant. Tonic AlS .1.terath'c.
year 3m
ditor teach the truth as he has ever done in hi* \- Hair Dye Cartninitive Balsam Tonic They generally in .mal amounts, < New Goods. -
t but if the whole of every of the most rectal
could !
be variety i
writings for the sake of good to his fellow men.- Vermii'jge,Sanative PilU.and Ague Pills, for sale b,' far towards paid would go' Notice a large and carefully selected stock of and descriptions.Five i
But, doing this, lie will avoid harsh SHIELDS 11luidaling cemtain sum which we owe. OPENING
unnecessary GOLDWIRE anJ Metal Ware
& L'ritania Bright I hundred Plows of
lIes and causeless offence and his free June 15 IS50. LEWIS AMES. hereh given given that at the next session of the every dtcriltion.
keep journal 23 IJ t Quincy, Fla. JuneS, ISM. & IS consisting in part of Tea and Coffee Pots, French for TanotB. and lr" fFtundfr
22 Generd .
from Assembly ot Ihe State of Florida lhteria1
of He will application
wounding peisonality.
o\\ Coffee Filtert-rs, Pitchers,Candle Slicks ol f different article used ID lbir line, t
> what is false and evil of his social duties S. P. To\vncml iJ be made for an of incorporation for : embracing even
) Oe as one Sarsll \
but while will hn-I Dr. Dr. Sands' arJln. "Refrigerators and Meat Safes." LodeNo. 5,1. O. of ac. qualities.Jelly Moulds,Glass Lanterns, Cake B>xes, including all necessary Tools, &c-,at Mannlactorer !
; doing so, u-ie no sharper do. Lon ; Cannister, and of c-lhtr articles, which
. 'i than its rebuke and correction Dr. Wood's T ANDING from J. WAYLES BAKER. Secretary. i variety prices.
pua e may require. do. Bark "Llewellyn" an assortment the/ offer for sale reasonable terms. N ISCELLA and ccmiron '
"The Home will be elegantly printedon Dr. Bull's do. J-J of the above named articles sale July 20' I I. V9 3m (1 EOrS-RIIt GIl
GUlte" by Also, on hand a full and extensive stock of Tin Jack Screws, tore Truck, Wheel Bai-
fine while paper, laige, clear faced lll..lhat Dr. Cotnslock'p do. McN'AUGHT &ORMOND. Ware of every description, manufactured here by rows,Road Hydraulic! Rams Force
may be read by toiing and old without injury tu the Dr. Coaistock's Pain Extractor.' Newport, June 2l! IS.'"" Notice good workmenand at lair prices. Patent Srapu3.tilitale I he drawing water.Georgia Pmp

eyes. For sale by SHIELDS &GOLDWIRE TSherebj given that at the roeel ing of the next Leg. Lad Pipe,Sheet Lead.Copper Zinc, and Cistern and French Burr Mil! SI'nl Calcite

"Eq or TIIF PAPER-.Inallca. esinadvan-e.. _June- I. 1':0.. 23 Quincy Flu. Blacksmithing.nnilE JHlaturiot Ihe State of Florida aprliculion wil fur sale. Tin Roofing, Guttering, and Job Casting. Plasterers and Raw for Farmers; Plant.

One copy per annum.. $0 -- --- ------ --- 1 1 undersigned respectfully informs be made tv a Company for the grant of a < Work executed faithfully and with despatch.T. tion MiHj., Coin and Smut MilN; rt-wsililllroc*.

Three cpie DI'Voolrntfs Dysentery Cordial t "l. -L the public generally that. having make t he Vaci!! and Ocilla Rivers navigable, from WHITE &CO. Bolting Cloths, Picks, Reed>). Shuttles, and general
Six Ten .. lots: Mother'ri Friend and Liquid, Cathartic gfa.J S3ft3einployed a superior Horse Shoor, he is the mouth of the Ocilla to t the head waters ot. the Senfem"er2l.J 1650. :37 finding for Cotton and Woolen Manufactories.MILL I
Dr. Gordon's Anti-Hillious now prepared to execute all work in that line in a \Vacissa. MACHINERY, TOOLS &.-Having lb.
Fourleen 'c 20 { Where a club of siv I ten, or fnuitcen' copies are Ha.ling'l Compound .HUP ( Naplha months after date, will be made all times (urn'1'
Dr. Little'u Tonic F. PAYNE. application tones, we shall be prepared at t ta. !
sent an extra copy will be furnished to Ihe post: e, Lucina Utet, Tonic Pills, and Vcrmifu June 29, S50. 25 If Notice. SIX the Hon. Judge of Probate 'lor Leon Countyfor every species of Machinery in the shortest notict. J

inasteroroth.r person, who makeri up the cub.- ; and Teller incnths from date, the undcrsgnedEreutnr l Utters of dismission from the estate of Thomas The highest market prices paid at alt hm"for
Ointment French Mixture SIX
One copy of either Godej's Ladj's Book, Grah.m'J Dr.Spencer's Vegetable! Pills and Bitters Pain Killer. the last will and testament ot. Uz White,deceased.'Iate of said County. WoolSheep Skins and Hde. j

dollars.Magazine,AU or "Ilin'.must Ma ainei post be. Kent Money for that four Dr. Murphey'n Sugar Coated Anti-Fever Pills, AFRESH supply of Perry Davis'Pain Ki rjust deceasedlate of Gadsden County will Wiiams. SAMUEL C. WHITE, ..dministalor.t Al Produce o! the St and sold for I"

is current at teler place where the subscription is Dr. Leray'a Vegetable Universal Pill, and for sale by Jud-e<>f I'robaleofsaid County.Ior( a final discharge Ma-! 19, 1 5. 1 tm commission.
made wi'l' be taken in payment for the Dr. Peters' Vegetable Pills.Mitchehls T. WHITE &CO., Agents. and seltl.tnent up from said estate. I Bounty Laud and General .htnry at Wa&Iiington. S. &1. HOYT .
Novet'herl7,1549. SAMUEL No. 171 Bay !
Iaplr. E'e-Salve. 4 WOODBURY. Expcutor. !fe'I.snannah.Georia.R"ftNul
Address T. S. ARTHUR ., and Thlmpsn'j Eve Water ;
& Gaddn County 21, 1- M. :37 fim I : Messrs.Padelford,Foy ; SQi
MoKatt'rt PlioMiix September > &
: anA Life Pills
No. 5 Athenian nuiding', Franklin ( Philada. Dilen. Nails. T. WALKER will give prompt and effi.a Denslow Vebsier.SavannahAugu13,1S50..
Dr. Rose's Cou.h li JOSEPH &
October 12. IS 40 Syrup
:" Notice. tothe BOUNTY LAND CL.UlSot 3*
Uenuine Stoiighton'4 Bitters. The above well OA KEGS .\;awanand Fall River Cut Nails just -
--- --- Officers and Soldiers engaged i in I Florida War,
I -
CITY COTTON WEIGHER. k. own and popular remedies for sale by OL/ received and for sale bv ,. S x nvnth after d.te. the undersigned,Administrators or either of the Indian WelT in which the Unite Family Groceries.
SHIELDS GOLDWIRE, &. ORMOND. of I the Lie Robert Fisher, will
& McNAUGIT present States have been engaged, or the JVar with Vinesar.tet
THE undesigned PUBLIC COTTON WEIGHER, June 15, 1S50. 23 Quinry Fla. Newport, April 13, I. ?. 14 t their final account and vouchers to the Judge of Leon Britain of 18hZ and to any description of business' AFRESH supply received ot Sugars Laura Spices Jane, ,and for s.
the City of just returned ---- Probate per
Talahalse. having Court,and ask for a discharge from said estate.
frot the North"with t } of Scales, manufactured Nunn's & Clark's Notice.WE requiring an Agent or AUf rney at Washington.! Forprourig by MeS.CGIT &OlIOD.
Land Warrants, his will be
charge $5.In -
4lul&1 turd t t ftd"l'ptlor of r /CELEBRATED PIANOS-waranted-I. 61, the undersigned, will make application 'fo R. W. FfSHER. .um u ,r other cases, it will be proportioned to the nature Newport .August 2-, -
Scales of V-> and 7 Octave !
w. F. }'ISIIER
rJht. the next Legislature of the State of .5 and difficulty ot the case. Notice.
Jfvu eit now prepar to received and weigh any r -A woJEolian for charter Forida. July 20 IS50. 28 Gin
a for a Plank Road from He will also actin connection with Agents and of
Cotton brought to this Market. He will attend at Attachment Pianos,with Ivcs'Tune. head of Silver Spring. Ocra in Florida, who be employed in Bounty- ALL persons having claims against the estate.
the at ifhin the limits of the able Reeds. The turners may : d c
Depot or any place above celebrated Pianos can be had DAVID PROVINCE Notice. Land and other Claim, on terms which be Holomb. late ol Leon County
City at the'sborteKt notice, fu Conjunction withjthe! by application to D. C. WILSON. may ed, then to the indersignw!
JNO. G. REARDON months after date shall tie Letters, which should be present
we apply to agreed upon. ( post paid,)
Cotton he has a large yard' in the tear of June I. IS50 SIX law this DUt1C "*
wtibinr" 21 i w. s. HARRIS Judge of Probate in and lor Renton will receive immediate attention. within the lime prescribed by ,or !: "
Meurs. and'WI LLl AI1S'STORES where -------- indebted to nw"
C. A. M. MITCHEL County,for discharge from further administralicd D. C. 14 be plead in bar, and all persons
a any Washington_ City, Sept. IS; 36 tf
he will receive COTTON FOR OR ON .
WJTGiUNG GUNSMTTHING. B. tate silImalce immediatepaiuient.C.
A. CARTER t on the estate of Charles I.aing,deeased. ofBentou .
STORAGE. The andexperience
Ilbsuiber' ftrkt STEPHEN BRYAN, County, South Florida. Notice. C. S. JOlrSSdmir.i.rlor.
for the last three years at the D pof all JOHN SCOTT C. T. JENKINS HE August 24. IS O. _.
WORK descriptions done subscriber having fitted up the
wilt, he hopes, being him the custom of the rN-MH u. T TAlERYin
and M.rchant. generally. Office in the Plnter. Precision and Despatch by S. G. BROWN, J. B. ALLEN, 5 ''ur this place known as Uaker'l Attention, Planters.
rer the!ub'criberat his shoo next door to Dr. JOSIAH PAINE June 22, 1S50. 24 Gm now on hand and will keep kinds of LEATHER!
} tore, cuber be found at t lJrnard's. al t Ocilla, .
received Brig
Kike may HAVE just r
Particular SIMEON ,
.. attention paid Is country. order HELVENSTON. for sale ; and will have BOOTS and I per d
,. CHARLES A. NASH, patronise all ii solicited.! Marion Co'inly. Sept., [(21)] 1830.: 373vm Saratoga Water. made to order. He has on hand a superior artice SHOE odoubled.sohed SOLD SWEEPS and 1 URN .LOWS., &

City Cotton Weigher.Sepfcmber2IlS50. fcctet4ockf Repaired, &e., .&c. 0 DOZEN (quarts) Congress Water, just received NEGRO SHOES. He would return -yourselves. JAMES B. GAMBLE
I 37 t IHARLr. DEMILLY. Agency of and for sale byMcN.UGIT his thanks to the citizens of Gad,len and the
August 15O. 31Notice ___ -
I TaOabaet May 25, 20 DR FIH'S CELEBRATED & ORMOND. adjoining Counties for their past patronage and say 1.

-- BALSAM Pectoi MDICI., Newport April 13, 185 14 to them that he will continue to manufacture Leather !
For Rent. THE TRUE MEDICINAL PULMONARY I Boots, and Shoes, t hU old stand in Gad den
I.inimtt. Pure and Medicinal Cod il TShereby that at tte next session of I tkeG!
dwelling part of the Brick Building COD LIVER OIL Liver Oil, Anli.D Mixture, Nfu'ine. Yer- THE Quincy Male and Female Academy County, near Qnincy. He will be glad at all limes II 1 eral'tssemblyofthe Stale of Florida,JPP"le!:

.THE; : the corner of Adams and Clinton in Ihe cure of mifuge, Depurative Syrup Heart Corredorlumor January 7th. The second session toexchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark, willbe made loran act ot inct>rpontionfi rtlie '

,commonly known as I the" Bartlett ; USEFUL Scroul. Consumption, Corrector Cou h and Cathartic tmale will commence June 6th. Students may enter'atany Hides crippled negro boys or his own paper. of a Plank Road A"5,fOt J
Building," with all the out houses) and im. ; BronchitisConglm Female 05Good: Boot and Shoe of steady habits, pose constructing Irf
&c. & *
necessary and alldi ea es of the Cheat and Lungs. A supplyof Specifc. .c., used by him constantly time during the year,and,after the second weekof have m.kerl Columbia County, to some point *n the SJ"
provem nl.. The house .recently been aepal red. this valuable medicine i is and unprecedented success in the treatment of the session they will be charged only from the can employment. St. Mark's River. & JO'
For terms, &c., apply at this Office. warranted and of just which is Colds, Coughs Consumption, Asthma Heart Diseases ime of entering. Board may be had at varying w. H. MCMILLAN. JAIE the 5feetJg'Augut )

September 14. 35O. 36 tf pure sale by very LEWIS superior! &quality.For AMES. Dyspepsia Scrofula, Skin Diseases Rheumatism from $>i to $l0 per month. For( pries part icu- TallahaiwFebruary 2. IS-'iO. 4 Iv l 1.1&5. 31 35_

1 May 25, ISSO, 20 Tallahassee, Fla. Female Complaint. Piles,&.C.. &c. lars see printed catalogue, which may he obtained .ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
To Parents. Dr. Fitch's unequalled Patent Silver Plated Ab. by application fo N. H. STEWART, NoticeTS
A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, who graduated' in '47, New Books. i dominal Steel Spring Supporters Shoulder; Dr.Brace Fitch's; Dr. Fitch's Improved Silver Patent In. Jan. 20, 19.50 3 Principal. pUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house. that ap1tationi he rd.t:!at,,
and 'tfince been of 1 IheGeneAl
ha* Principa a flourishing FINE selection of the haling Tube. -13 insured loss by r :nl
of the day, to- Plow Iron. 6rt. Assembl !
A agilt
io' one of the cider, to Nuvel incol1'oratlonof
Academy Norther delre getter with Bruce' LEWIS &. AMES, its next session ol
many as Life
upend the winter at the and would" l like to assortment of 'wide S, 9, and 10 in Tallahassee oDe lo "
Suth. ton. say roads from the city of
and HumboldtV DR. AN January 23,1850. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. l'
'rrne. Mex SIX
leach a limited number pupi.. It will be a favorable Tr\'el FTCH'S LECTURES ,suitable for per Schooner yule and Montic lloone to Quincy.aDJoDei"
& (
opportunity for one families to avail io Gringos .c. on the and cureof Confumptioa/Asthma; .belh l, and for. sale Garden Seeds point the St.Marts river. ,
on .
t McNAUGHT ORMOND. Di.eae. of the Heart &c., .nJ the 'method byMcNAUGHT j
l im,elretof the services ol( a successful and popu & on ; ORMOND. TaHabassee 10, '50. 3m
o t Newport April 13, ; Health and Beauty to old & LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS August __
la Northernhirtruttor.. The most satisfactory recommendations 1&5. preserving an ge.'This Newport, March 9, ISM. 9 A ;
can be given-will come South as PlankRoad Meet gs. book should be in e*.TV family. To the Couump- just received from the celebrated garden of Gj 3 Extract CannabiS InddS
desired Letters live it points out I Ihe only reatonalle hope and R. Garretson,on Long Island. For sale by I Alcoholic
I, soon I addressed to .Teacher MEETING xviH bb the Court in forreler Bagging Bale Rope. or Liquid Adhesive Plaster
To mothers
A htt.t directions it f LEWIS
lous gives for
the AMES
4 Ne\vrk. Wayne CountyNew York,ataling numberof this city, on 2Slh day rae FULL supply of Gunny Cloth and & Philofoken,Nertine
of Kenticky
invaluable. \
are A January 5, 1850. 52 .
pupils to be tau ht, compensation &c., will be nextbeinglhe firnt day ol f the session of the of this book have passed through the 78,000 copies Bagging, and Kentucky and New York made Nerve and Bone Liniment. ForsaT.bt

promptly answeredSeptember Court, at Hi-o'clock sooner, if CircCt sale continues preiw and the Rope, for( sale low Notice.ALL SHIELDS & GOLIWI7
Cuat For
th sale
by S. S. Filch byMcNAUGHT
23,1850. 33 4t unaLale. Quin
in time to & 23 tlJan
adjourn June 15,1850.
organize a company to build ORMOND.
a Co., 707 York, and by & persons hay ing demands against t the estate of(
Plank Road from this
lo Thoroasville Newport
place by 16 0. 33 .
way SHIELDS GOLD WIRE August2f Fillyaw, dec'd. late G &
of County
& Twine,
of Duncansville,or such other route maybe fixed 3en Bagging, Rope, II
look to a Quincy Florida. hereby called to the
Planters your Interest. Forida'are upon present same
I with branch to Moniicello.
I I upon OCJ-Dr.Fitch's Guide to Invalidsor Directions to SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE delay; and notice is hereby given t to I pieces and half pieces,
rTlI-IE subscriber .tome 1700 pair vf NEGRO Also, at the same lime and place, a lon a.the persons using Dr.Fitch'Remedies be had.rrafu. HAVE just received a large and general all creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to distribution BAGGING Twine,
_l of tha best material and foregoing meeting chaff) adjourn, another a.smt-
of all his of .
SIOEdoubluote meeting Agents. Drugs, Chemicals, of aid esate., that their claims will be Bar Rope .
which lie will deliver to will be held to a company to build a Plank June l O. Oils Mecines Bacon Side and Hams .
IH and F
orguiz : : tUan Pat Dye Stu they will seli red. (according to (be provisions of the statute in
the Planter of Leon and Thomas Counties at one Road to Quincy.The reasonable such Lard and Flour, new wheat,
mot cash case and ( tu
dollar per pair. All orders addieised; to me at Dun citizens of Leon, Wakulla, Gadsen. Jefleri Mackerel. credit., Persons wishing genuine lor unadulterated or approve med I within two from provided this ) unJeuexbibie. me Allum and Ground Alnn\Salt. :

, .2 canvie,1'boma..County, Georgia JAMES, will PONDER meet With son respectfully, Thomas. Lowndes to attend., and Dtatur Counl( are NOS. I and 2 in bbls., i bbls., and 4 bbls., for icne.will do well to call and examine their stock: )ear JA IE FILLYA\ Table Salt. for u1ebfAuust'.IIS5O. C.V1LSOr

44 invite by S. S KNIGHT purchasing elsewhere. Executor of last testament.
2$, 18W. 39 4f Sentinel13t: Sci lmber 3S tm wi 33
September 155. June'2016oo.25- Quincy, June 15, IS5'J. 23 UJa September 7185035. Sw r

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