The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 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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BY IIILTO\T] & DYKE. 'iiLLllAssa, FA.SATJJRDAYJOYBMBER- 16, 1850. VOLUME n--NO. 45.'t't'tn

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& JournalEVKUV McCABTHTS COTTON C3INS. COTTON MILLS BY COTTON GROWR. I eleven months in every I lo be paid in three inttalments of393, with heavy goods which will average not exceeding i'I r.'
floriMim .
flc) THE subscriber hal made further improvements Export Duty on Raw Cotton- Corn.BY twelve ; exposed to heal, to cold, to winds and interest, and that when they are getting for two yards lo the pound. This system put
1 -------- thoe Gins and as they are now made, believes o and t- ,
I SATrHflfl'FXtMNC. that they are better than any other Roller Gin JUnK n. COCK RILL. to the malaria of swamps. their field labour 10 cents per pound. What into operation would yield to the Southern '

rnLlsnED_ whoever. The Cotton,also,will command a better COTTON is the leading and controlling staple The spinning and weaving are done liy the I then, would be th debt of 1030 a year on States for cotton alone $SI50,000.000 sup. ,'.

T E K M 6 : price in New York or Liverpool from these Gins than of the South, embracing nine States of the iron muscles of the spindle and looms, driven substantial; planters, when they bave ensured plr the spindles now up in the United Stales. ".

,, DOLl.Uflperannum, if paid in ad'ance.futE from anj other Gin. The following certificates will thirty, of the Uniied: States and therefore, by the never-lhink engine waited upon by 10 cents a pound for tLeir crops by incurring What effect such an income, in import or 1
Tlfltfr. show the etimtiol in which they are held in this LOJs and girls and this labour is under he debt would the .
AM) A HALF, if paid within six months. of the worthy consideration and study, by all who ; roof I money produce upon trade and t"
focI IJOLLUtw> itnollaid' !until the end of I keyear part country. fi-el an interest in the prosperity of this end of certain as to quantify, (free from overflow from There are ninp cotton States,inciuding! Ten. commerce of our southern cities is suggested '

; y.Theettflc willbe rigidly ad lifted to, and GAM-DEN COU.NTI Fla., Sept. 20, the Union. frost, from caterpillar and boll woTm. This I nt's..e, which will average about sixty counties f for reflection only 1 at present. i
i II" I"'er, w ill !>' discontinued, until the all arrearages. Suhjj I have been running one Jarott'u Improved Mc- For seven past, the laliour of cotton simple statement is evidence clear and strong, I to the State. Two mills in every county' Largf* bnd'es: move slowly ; and to ennui : '

i ,,,11!"" iinkat ell he t the received option for el t three t publishers months at Onei Carthy's Roller Gins fur mon than three months, has been years sacrificed, and the prospectof that it is the grower's labour which is now of 3000 spindles each are sufficient, spin the this re ut.: I suggest an exportduty of5 pet ; "
; and have in that timl.ginned out a large amount of growers sacrificed. A firm and determined resolution whole and render the South b I. cotton." C. "
magnificently raw
i -''ix niftath* at $1 50.( Every older for the fair remuneration for the growing crop will crop ::1 k
and I
,,1 -r-rtit ot thi* county mu!1 t be accompanied within Cotton have lost with no time it. It with has it.given I have me n also trouble obtained ,the pass away before another comes into matket, ; among the planters: -for they are the men who rich, and gloriously independent. I mention by growers and all others. The cheapest r' .
the crder cotnes through any of our I are and for themselvescan these facts show the immediate which will answer the
CI-H UUM very highest market price in Livrrpool for my Cotton leaving the future as a counterpait, of the past: suffering, hey must act to capability buildings purpose.- : : to
: refill"'} ,uthoiized agents in the Stale.pVEUTSJ1ENTS from this Gin. I am much pleased with the Gins, I I with a tendency to get worse, unless a remedy arrest this policy in a few ye.irs.; An of the cotton growers to relieve themselves Buy the machinery, and mortgage whatever i. "..

i and recommend them to the public. be applied. I export duty on ** raw cotton" would ensure i it, from this blighting system of shipping may ,be necessary to raise t the funds 1 bysala of fr" "

! IISI'1Ni f the rale of One Dollar JAMES :MIMS.GAITSDEN The only safe and substantial remedy is to : but it may be accomplished without it. off the soil in raw cotton, and bringing home l bonds nt'par. Spin and weave by a part of f .:
persquareft -
i U'illlip. Having determined that the mills must nothing in return, comparatively poat ing.- the field force. D>) this, and the fortunes of ;
t' .,
i < 'vU'* t lint* hiI'tIle fiiht,and filly cents for each Cousry, Fla., Sept. 27, lS50. put up the cotton mills among the cotton fields. .. \
"lo t'l\ltat o ;. 1i"n. A reasonable' deduction I hereby .certify that I have ginned seventy bales The great bulk of the crops, when put into the cotton, which is but one move, while I There are twenty comities: in Tenressee S. cotton growersare fixed on a permanent: foundation i'

Bill be nudeuu li-eal notices, estate nut ice, year I of Sea Island Cotton with Jarott's Improved McCarI market is classed as ** inferior ordinary, and I fending the cotton to the mitt is a hl"avyan. Carolina Georgia Alabama Mississippi! i and promising accumulated wealth to the r 1 I".
t IN untiesiiiiout alteration by person havingrrj "'8Gin. and think it superior and far preferable and these classes nual, perpetual lax, it is proper to inquire Louisiana, and n less number in Florida, Ar. whole South. t
with the Sice.jLH : I a small portion middling ;
'!ai arciiutrts <> I many accounts to any other I have ever tried. I believe cotton growers can gel the spindles and kansas and Texas, which can spare the forceor The iron establishments in the United !'
,t .nn"I\cl"rftt'lIh of candidates: for office, rive as they are made, give, on an have not averaged to the planter more than up .
POLLACK itivarublv in advance. No attention average, for tllfemonths\ thtYi tepair,three hun. MX cents for seven or ricbt years part, and I !looms-among the fields. erect the building! and cabins fur ten such States, and the machine shops generally, may r. .'

villbe (I'Mid ta any orderlor announcement,unless died pounds per day. GEORGE A. CROOM.QCINCY s-ime have been sold, during this period TIiB following facts answer the question in mills, in any one year, and make the usual look to the South as an extensive customer ia :.. .
i, trcompanifd with the cath. crops the affirmative, most distinctly. We estimate coMon crop LesiJe's.Steam a few years. It is, no doubt the true policy of F
All relizious. mrriae. and obtluaty notices, pub- Floiida, October' 10, 180. as low as 4 c. per of pound.A these will tho crop at 2,300flOO bales.: The factoriesnow is a regular portable power free the South now to order the machinery men- t
but editorial notice for pri- continuation prices soon create
lislied be; advertisements.J This i is to certify that we tiaveexarnind\ the Gins in the United States require th's GOO from freshets, droughts and mill-ponds and tinned, worth 850,000,000. Thi must go to i
ill charged as for these low
..tebenetu,xv known necessity for a remedy
John M. Jarott, of this place, commonly a
"I for the 000 bales-leaving 1,700,0'JO( for the South to can be commanded at will for three hundred the iron establishment. and the profits might .
the McCarthy Roller Gin, (for Sea Island Cotton,) rates, which are not a compensation
WORK.We and have seen the same iu opt'ration.e do nt immense labour required in the cultivation of spin. This would req lire 330 mills, with 10,. days in the year in any desired q-iantity, suit be taken in stock in some of the best mills, and "

are ,'e1111relufe'd to execute! Job Work, suchas hesitate to say that, in our opinion, the cotton prepared Under the plan the planter's 000 spindles each, or 700 mills with 5,000 ed to small or large operations. Two sections thus lessen the outstanding liability fur ma. ,
present .
bills r.ird, blanks, pamphlet(*,Sc., with neat- I for market b> this Gin i is caner or preparedin cotton. of the "sweat of his brow" spindles, or S.500,000 spindles.COST of land affording twenty cords of wood per chinery. '
l't'811Ud J.-npatch. All \votk oi this de cii{>tion.fce better stvle than from at.y HoUtr Ga we are acquainted labour composed acre, which is a low estimate, will drive an The mild, warm winters in the South are .
i tor person having :vearlv' accounts with withYe do not beli..t that Ihestaple i is and the substance of his soil, baled up as raw or SPIMLES.
the dire ninst! he paid for on delivery. at all injured by said Gins, and think cotton from cotton is bh'pped' off annually 4000 miles to :3,500,000) spindles with all! machinery engine for 3000 spindles for eighteen years. favourable to cotton spinning in cbeap build. i.

-- ,- ----- them. will command as much as al.)' othet Roller Ginwhatever. I mills in foreign countries, but chiefly to I I necessarylooms, &cat $J IU each $13,000,000 This also shows that there is a permanent ings. The passage of the Export Duty Law ; ,
-- cotton.
BERRY &, ROWLES .. I! "700 engines and fixtures.at: 7000, :.00,00 ,
inctianrrri sad roumrnxion Merchants and SMALLWOOD. GIDSOX &HARRIS. England bale, at an, which expense is charged ol eight to or the nine grower dollars Other expenses iu and about machinery 5,000,000 when nature has not furnished either suitable era in Europe upon the South and the country a

fclton( Brokers. :: One of the above-Gins, can be seen at Mr. Da.I when per the account of tales is i furnished from .,2,600,000 streams, orJeposited. the ,earth. bedof. coal. !; would be benefited for a while, by employing '
I however, both 'louna. them until the force is trained.
slmeclions. are These
in raw
:TL for I the favors ul t the past season, and rid C. Wtls n'B store in TalahaQ>ee. They arc war the mill. The machinery, iran purchased in one 1
TilNK well. year The difference between the cost of water and suggI-stioml4 are made for the aud consideration ;. .
I itteied thrn-'plvc that I ihej pavcsatisfifjui' ranted to l peiforrn prompllv attended study
mill the evil it would: .
It'this tax to get to was only c.j&t about $30,000,000. This is the
I in their 'patrons, again oflei their MTV ices as to. JOHN M. JARROT.Quinrv. steam is but one item, and that not large ; but of cotton growers by, ,
COTTON BROKERS. They will attend to the ,aleolCJlTOVbv OrU) >her I 10. l".V f) -11 t 7t might be yet endured t for a while ; but thereis only dfbt of importance necessary to be made, the or.ly difference now is that of wood and A PU'f7E1. ,. "
and the in but cotton mill!!, and and its be extended into in. I
f sample get Ittghetf price TOWLE & reality, one great pament can ten coal steam is now considered as cheap :! ,
ihtt ii-Rutke! < will allow,and make prompt returns MR that belongs to England ; and her agent sits btalhnents of 5.000.000 each, interest added. ; power The Right Way lo go lo Work.-Quite a l-
ol' the *j'ne- AJwaj on the si'ot,1h\' will be able Watchmakers ad Jewelers, labour in bales of as water, all advantages estimated.' Among
at Liverpool, and sees our The difference in the income of the cotton number of colored people are going about the \ :
oLthe fluctuations of the the fields a site be often selected
tike advantage the near
to every eyccr- H PAVING procured Qcn'ict cotton piled around him, till it will cover when they become spinners, is so may collecting fur (the of ;" '
market. 1'hMr etarge will be as follow "' of Mr. ALLEN, formerly oltthiscitv : raw up growers enough lo enable! stockholders! to haul the seed I city money emancipation
for sale of 14 bales or legs, 50 cents per. bale. !' they are now prepaiod to a ten.acre field. The reports of that mar great that this debt would never be frIt. The cotton directly to the mill the most desirable relations now in slaven'.e hive examined I, .

.?. H 25 40 4' execute al vvoik l I in I the above line,with t piompttiiti1 ket will show a Mock, i melimes of a million 1,700,000 bales intended for the cotton field condition for the mill work. Thus giving the the credential several, and they appear ,
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40 ? 33 and in mot t satisfactory manner. To our Iriendi of hales, then stored in Liverpool unsold; with spindles! now yields an income of 40,090,000 lobe O. K. Among other applicants for aid, '
labour the los
Cher 40 ,i" ginning and bailing, on bugging
BERRY: & RO\VfX and for
be (forwarded to us, will be gieu.TOWLE rope, commissions: buying cotton,
else. The has no rem- creation of the above debt for these iron I '' whose wife been sold
New Buildings Main Street. &MYERS. anywhere' grower mu and freight, besides saving the work of the :., having to
SoplemHerl4. 1S5. 3(5( firri September 25. ISSfl. If t cd). There are the spindles and there it must cles will give the same growers' an income of picker at the mill. a person in Biltimore was from motive of .,
-- ---- ------- and the of this tremendous English 8120,000,000 less the cost of and humanity Geo. \. .
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY Towle & Myers, stay agent spinning Cotton growers who own slaves have: long repurchased by Biker
mill says, "1 will pay to you ajd.! per pound weaving, which would give an increase of net csq., of Winchester, fir 600, who thereupon 1'7 '.
that of .kin
hmJ and \\ n they are capable m e.'ncient -
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BY are
Florida. 1 HAVE a-soituient: ald of Unf'ti'ing GOODS consisting I \of for your cotton," and it i is old"n account gain per annum, nearly equal to the cost of operatives ; and when once learned, \ offered to emancipate! her for $3-100. She is '

'I ITd/lflh/6 fub ee cribeib vtoultl infmm their Gold Lever Hunting Watches, of bales is sent to the planter, in JC. s. d., in red the machinery.One they! are fn/'d, permanent nn-J valuable.; a member! of a Presbyterian church in Win. .t t. 1
rilE Gold Anchor Lever do ink, with double! entries ; and when translated mode here suggested is, for planters, c neuter. H-T husband has succeeded in rais. t ;
o.J <'ndl FInd the public in general This branch of tho business (furnished profra-:
t Silver! Len.1 I Hunting I do he finds that his is 4 c. and mechanics of till the of the in Boston t
P1 I Iii)j:,: lliov arc reri'ivin;; a large supply Silver Anchor Levi-r do into English, part per provision growers, tile employment! on cotton to a portion of the I ing 8350: amount chiefly 'j.
'" eil: .rIf." .rid: Uit; ii's "Uich hey oiFeV Lapine and common doGentleinn's pound. cotton Slates to send in petitions for Manufacturing field force, which relieves the soil to that extent and is now here to make up the deficiency. }
!in! Mit- -i (lilt' nt'-' t<,tn.tUU'! Jfrins. IVr"oiisin Cultivators of this great staple know that Companies to be chartered He is anxious to off as soon .
and Ladies Bo"cm Pin!,a jrencral assortment upon application \\bich is now wasting from over get as possible. "r
1\,' !'' -!t"'k)( to,hm, cti request Octobf to 1 1W.rail I'tV and examine 41 of Ear and Tinker Rings, Geld Guards aht such prices are no compensation for the immense to the Legislatures uf their respective fatigue. It gives scope to all away the mechanical If any of our readers are disposed to send him I..t' tIt

--,-- -.--------- Kes, Fob and Vest Chains, Seals, Gold and labour required in its growth. They States ; and also( pass an a.t for a general $10 bill, be will get it if l left at the Journalot
talent the slaves both males and fe.
A. 3. CLARKE PeTcil Gold Pf !,Gold and Siln'Spectacti. Gold know is a sacrifice which looks to ruinous charter for all persons who tniy: associate together among ( Commerce: oflice in the course of this day. j <;
Sleeve, Collar and Bosom Billon and I males. Men in the imchine shops, and wo.1 j
(FnitMKCLV CLAHKn: & TILLMA ,) hell Card Cases, Gold and Silver! Thimbles I fin., consequences because the bubsTanee of their for mahuracturing' purposes, so as to men among the mules, throstles, and loom*.- Another case is that of a man and his wife (
..u IrvING' purchased :he intere of Hr.SliHiran Fant, Silver and IJutTalfl( Combs. 1 lands is annually wasting away by continued: avoid partnerships and limit the, liability ot of (we forget the name at this moment,) who :
iI in their old business, can Th con lition the Stages! now is dependent; !
I-c1 Also, French Mantle Clocks, Table Knives, Tc, stockholders the loss of their redeem two of their children
cultivation. tu seeking to
subscriptions i are ,
I l-iuiid at thru oiJ stand| on Muiuoe t-'rcct' Table and TeaSpoons I I. that is not the true position of the cbivalrou.sSouth. ;
lienIf- wiLl receive m a lev da\Ii from New \-01 it, Trays, Pl8lt', Platinl and Spoons Silver, Fork Wile., Siln.r Cr-am and Soup Ladles I The remedy which is now insisted on, i K as stock. I. A war with Great Britain wou'd' prostrate viz : a little girl now in Florida and a boy,

nile nide Cf.(!>iKf end Gentlemen's J''anry Good ) ', Solar Lamps Silvc- and Gilt Girandoles.Al.o the clltlun mills shall be brought to the rattan number. _of ,swindles, with or without looms.- France like electric she I The owner of the girl will not give her up ,. .
oT( rA in tin market. A!. pcneral asort- was an shock though
t o a
f\ft fine Guns, Shot and Game have been toll to the There is extensive demand for unless the is likewise. The
d'lubl.barclt'c fields:-that they pacing an cotton boy paid I moth ; ,
,, yarns '
in-int of Frrnrli, /: :/ *&. anrf Etfgion Cloths, Monnies, bad but a few cotton mill?. The starvation
SlaeJe and Fancy Dimkins and CaMunn, Black Bass.; and na!Vwi. pocket KnivePorte I English mills long enough. Make \\hercsolve, :.ud thread is a saleable manufacture. The or'l er is one of the mst" intelligent, well bred
Ireland that isle of
I Poet Folios Violins, Claronelt-, and flutes, fine Razors I bright ocean, I '
e* rriti f*% wliirti tie if prepared to manuUetur tnotice nf the end cd. The for each There is however ; Stiles! of the Presbite rian Church in Mercer
in >'t qualify and general assortment Porfumerv, ed out, for effecting propo building. one, at and does down the price of "raw co:; 4street I .
and the t press
chI hfltl mo< apP'ovI' stjle.Tne kc., tc. TOWLE MYERS. fields of the Uniied States, extending the formerly with her in ,
cdinmunity nefaijy are pectlully requested & cotton Salem containing 30,000 spindles, largestin at Liverpool ; and its recoil fulls back on the was acquainted ;
Septemcer 2S, 1550. JS the Atlantic to the Hioirande, embrace the world! under roof. The size of Savannah and her excellent 1,
tt' nil and es iiaiae luy.lllk bi-dne purcha itig;d lccli. from one grower. This dependency is unmanly, and gives a very
Wele-( 'stLhas.POciot.4t\ l I"I1I. -f( An Entire Stock of New Goods. in their wide extent 500,000 square milos.I .- buildings, then will depend upon the quantity does not belong to the American character.' character. She has got all she requires, except .
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Receiving from New York, TJEIR & HUST have just received per Brig C. I The interest of all planters hi this great cotton machinery intended to be worked. A mill The angry ebullition of emancipation sympathy about 125.-JV. J. of Commerce. .
1I A Coe, assorttntnt of Dress Goods, field is the State lines are imaginary for 30'JO for l ;
a large same. 2500or tpindles, coarse goods '
Tl'LL 1 ass rtmeM! A. consisting; of when the sacrifice of cotton-growing labour is will require perhaps, three rooms, 25 by CO Some since ; ,
lie*, CCI"h,111; in ""r of LiicHne, P.roche Poplin, I among our own Northern and Eastern friends weeks being overtaken by a
Cro'vn Sltttiuei( and Sheetings.Bleached ; Figured I the and old issues in politics may feet and a plan suitable for the ration ', .,
; Jenny Lind Silks, Figured nreb.nfs. question' ; loip, is sometimes: a source of a moment's uneasiness severe thunder storm on my way home, I took '
W"o.d and Willow dn Ware.Wooden do., Calicoes, Figured Cashmeres, (, Venitiau, Silky, rest in forgetfulness, and the whole South may fold syfen, (which will be in the country, and I I I inconsequence of our dependent condition I refuge under a shelter where were assembled .

Racket and "Tub Brocade figured Silks ; Lust f', act as one State, in giving a prosperous direction where land costs nothing, and manageable by and the repeated sacrifice of our field la: several gentlemen, from the same CJ.up. One y .

fancy and CflUIOl, S>'31'1, Pain De Laine.Lyonete Cloth, \( Printed Blk and De col'L? De itlj.Champ'l Lames, and division to the labour of the best train. slave laiotir, at comparatively no cost,) is for hour. These dependencies should be forthwith of the gentlemen, a stranger to me at the tim"I,:

$Kuerm aud Artiu\an'ine Candles, Peruvian Sik" Em"rnidcrCa.hmere3., ed, most efficient, and regular force workers fifteen planters to take 4000 each in stock, severed, by a determination to put up the thus accosted me. "t

NatU llrnwn, and Loaf b Cicm Sonar,, Gbc Si.! << Washington Silk., on the face of the globe. This splendid force select a site for the mill near their plantations cotton mills among the cotton field, and spin Why da you not cure your horse of the .

l L1uira Span and Java I assorted ColW. Cardit'f.Hi" Satin Dote Sii MU'lns. labourers, if directed! by tkill! and wisdom, detail tlree men from each, making a build- and weave by stave labour. bellows ?" ,I

")'1 h ud. -,\ uiptv] Kentucky Haejinc; anj RaJcH Arniun Black Gro Silks de,Rhine, J,. )PLAin and Cap figured(flat 8 will jet make brilliant the prospects of the ing force of(ort..fift' men, besidesan overseer This is the certain, safe, and sure remedy ** For the very reason thrt I cannot," replied. .

!t iie.; Flour B..con, Rice uiar-rurrd n.tl, Florence and Silks, ( de Chine ege Southern end of our Union. Hula part of thit and a e'Dt'nlI11Rut'r, one of the stockholders; for all the evils enumerated above ; bringing I. !..

"'l.&c.' 1c0. !JOHN) McDOUGALL. I 3ij pe fancy lIn'Oi. Ilitibon.) 2f Bark. Capes, I' force must be taken fioin the soil and put into with I ths force, and as many teams a> may benecessaryi bright prosperity, !humanity, with enlarged Well!, stranger," said be "when I am at I .

: I 75 nw-dle-work Co'.ldrs, ", 2" pe thie d Fxl'g- Si o Ins. the mills.: they.. will proceed_ put up three. I I sympathies, and an ameliorated condition of home I cure all such cases, and warrant them

New Goods-1850.i'L 2U Ladi( pr, Cravats" ,Ci.fi'r Kid >,0pewovedo i Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs I The spindles and] looms muat be b-ought to rooms<[ :* by" 00) feet- of wood, one story high- I I the great working force of the South, in liSt at ten( dollars a bead : but as I am a_ long way _

t :! <.luib'' ,re m.-receiving by the Suwan- a ,Barege,Silk Glo\'et,De Laine and\voi slid Shawls, j\ the cotton fields. This is the true location of nf coarse, strong, undressed lumber' such as rain.oJ heir labour, thus skillfully! directed, from home, and \'Ollr horse is a valuable one, .

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\i.I! r "iip-i tt.! 'abn\t every"hien 'vrerut. which we ofler low tn all* who will cal and ITc-'A/, in the East, or in the North, would be out an outlay of capital. Add at convenient I growers, and slaves take the condition of their few days. In the first place, says he, give f .

S ',.1 -1 k1 uticeuliU.alcina secus October 2'i, l"ii(U. I better than any foreign country ; but the best distances 15 or 20 cabins and the buildingsfor I owners. Give them large incomes and you your; horse salt in Im water for three mornings \ :

(>, S 'f,<"" l ,,* ,r b"i>n (taken ia the aelectian, theY Notice. location i is the sunny ooulli, where the cotton the mill are up. This wooden one-story make the negroes rich. As a general rule, in succession ; after that, pound up a piece of ,. '. __ __

an will a be'ornn j'V)4j"
which in varn-ty..fl'Ie and, quality, will not lie surVa ale in charpf ot J. L. Drmillv, ulio I is I regions nearest the Sou'h. css'ing nothing of fixing and runningthe have rich slaves. mix it with wet meal, give him (the same quantity I' I

'; e in thu market, and *el! on a.liberal terms is autLoiizcd to receive and receipt fur any m"nio!due .j To fix the public mind" on the importance of whole mac I"e The true character of the black man inser. for ton consecutive mornings feeding him _
,0 tkb2Uhiuettt in the wj'rLnn fjh'. their me by claims note account before my return Persons can wi"do hiiiKto t>o I by liquidate calling this change, its necessity indeed, and to comel kIng U more steady and accessible: and avoid. vitude i U not understood, except in the South. rather lightly f>r those ten days, and jibe j is _

September 2S, ISVJ.; 3S &DENIIAM.. on the above: named ..ntlt'U.u.Octor |> plan'er to investigate it, it is proposed that ing wcar and tear, with better ventilation, less Negro society, with its amusements and not a well horse at the end of the ten days, '.. 1
I It), lb5J.( 41 S. F. BURNEY. they as a body petition Congress to propose an noise, and perhaps less risk from fire, because sources of enjoyment, is not organized any. I'll give you my head." ; "

C. C. BYRD & CO., i Bagging, &c. amendment to the Oih article of the Constitn. it is not the walls of a mill but the cotton where else to the same extent. They are 1 have tried the remedy and it has wrought i. t _

WOULD respectfully inform fie cilizcnc of Tal. I TUST received and for nIl by C. C. BYRD&. CO., lion of the United States, which"prohibits a about the machinery which is subject to born in servitude and so were their fathers a perfect cur, and now give it to the readers r r .

{are now rectivinJ Barney and opening, a %large t fie stand well formerly selected 3,000 'a.t Dundee do amended, that they pass a law, that 83 per Oaeitory rooms, running in different directions and they have never known any other condition and their ten dollars too. .f _
lcujit 2,500 Kentucky do bale be paid into the treasury of the Unite Iran the engine, of wood and without and' but few desire it. l '
Fancy, Silk, and Stupidity Goods, APt, ever to change Drinking Water when the Body is Heated. \;
coils Bale
*iytLinirytS-! >, JltankrtJi. Sl/ftfol Capo 10; Ibs. Bagging Rope ine. Slates upon all raw sotlon shipped after the much la\our\ in its preparation, ore offered as The body is accustomed to daily labour, inured -Dr. John Forbes, one of the most eminent 'f 3 I _

litadv-madf Clotn(7rbrlat ttrl II V. October 19, 1S50. \41 year 1860. a substitute for the four story brick and granite to it from early youth, and it is a habit of his physicians England, has published a work
I. ITarr, Gil" Crotkety, China and ..t07 This would be evidence of determination of and' New I j.
a England England
palates life. The mind is not called into action theyare entitled A i Monthin
hare, JlarJvare, Guns, I ; Physician's holiday ; or, a
le", a1 of which they Cutlery upon lolllH.orl. Notce. among them, and ten }ears, notice to the which are required to be built with the thick relieved from all the responsibilities sufferings Switzerland." In this be upsets a popular : .

any house in the (.el. Purchasers I would I A GENTLEMAN Lady wishing to spend world that they would no longer go 4000) milesto \valls'to ivoid motion in the "machinery, and :I' and mental anxiety of freemen, amenable prejudice respecting the use of water when _

to well to aUr examine their tock before pur- in the winter, in where Middle Forida. desire t time a situation of mill with their cotton. thereore expensive, costing from 830,000 to the laws of the land and the rules of the body is heated by exercise. Those whohave i'l
chiming October J 19, tsr"I. some family a b one I
..I..ehfe of the United Slates when buildings for the
,4 I o both, of them may be employed Teaching. An average crop now 50tOO ; and opera. society.Out chanced to encounter troops on the \
Groceries. They will give instruction in Mathematics, (he is about 2,300,000 bales, which at G cents is lives ar? finished the bills are often S 1 00,000 of the general fund, they are fed, cloth. march during hot weather will have remarked { : "

F AMILY GROCERIES and PRO ''STO ,fouale Natural.Sitnccs. Drawing, &c., German French, 55000000. The estimated cost of spinning in a silt and buildings, before a wheel is turn- ed and housed ; and medical aid and attentionand that the soldiers on a hault being called, t I''

by C. C. J\lt*t CO. and in uceot. Lanualff.. and weaving a pound of cotton is 3 cents, make ed. Wiile. the manager and overseer areputtin" care are furnished when sick. Among drink freely, while perspiration pun down r.
2 50: Iba Dried Beef, Hyson Teas, ,TaJaI13SC. ing two yards to the pound, equal to 18 cents to Ire wooden mill and cabins, the them there widows thrown _
kits Salmon. ) bbls >owdci'l Sugar, n 1| bbli No I Mackerel' :i crushed j do Tallahassee. October 20, 1850. 42 per pound, at 9 cents per yard, for osnaburgs. plante s.'cti. under the charter, have issued upon the charity others; no paupers, and no they can find ; and morover that they do so I

10 tagt Jatt Coffee. '? :lbs aborted Candle, The crop, then, when spun and wove, is worth their boads ''r 810.000, bearing 7 or 8 percent lunatics ; no painful anxiety for Ihe future wel. with impunity. The practice, generally considered _

25 Laeuira do { 5 kegs G shen flutter, Caution. 18 cents per pound $180,000,000 (allowing interest, payable in three, four, and five fare of their wives and children, for a home highly dangerous, receives the doctor's t

lbbl IOboieSod* Butter Cracker. <; 23 bakes family Cheee ( A LL persons whatever are hereby cautioned aril*t. 10 per cent'. for waste,) instead of 55,000-,. years in eqial instalments, and secured the and a competency are left for them when the sanction, with the sole proviso that the body
.cuit. 3 do purchasing a note given by me to
If) 1hcearnni. 000, the yield now when sold as raw cotton. by mortgage on the site and machine husband is dead and shall be in exhausted and the
not state
bbl New V(H-k IlourX Preserve Hail,dated on or about the 01 h day of January, 1S50 gone.It an _
,3i half do do do ( CurrantsCitsonPrunes, ''I. and pavuble to nid Ual or bearer on the first day The Inequality between the labour and cap. ry, and a half section of land each, have sold is the duty of their owners to bring to the quantity of water swallowed shall not be exorbitantly ,

rUed t (.h.tprf ) 20 4 boi fresh Raisin ;I of Januar 831, ( seventy' dollars, nprf'ue ital for growing and that for spinning, is start the bonds a.\d bought the spindles and engine, aid uf this available and efficient corps of regular large. '* So long," says Jie as \.. F

October ill, ibSO. 41. to given tar the" hire of a negro. The ling. A pound of cotton ploughed, hoed, pick. and an rendy for operation in six months from labourers in the field, the steam-engine, I the predestrian eschews this combination of r .
tion of sid note having wholly failed. I will not pay ed, ginned, baled, spun and wove, is worth 18 the fotma-'ion! of the company. A man and muscles of the and loom < _
Bonnets Bonnets Bonnets it unlecs compelled to do so by law. and the iron spindle : I circumstances, I believe be may freely indulge .1'1 ]

JUST received per Brig Ocilla, a large and fancy JOlN D. BRANCH. cents. The spinning and weaving, it is said four brk's or girls are taken from the plantation with these implements they can put the labourof his taste by filling his drinking cup at every : 1_ _
( of the newest style lionncl* offered in October 25, 1S50. 4t can be afforded for three cents cost, which of each stockholder and put in the mill, each the field into a consumable shape, which spring he passes_in his way. No far from tho I '

(hi*market I hi* teisoncon inr of E. GIBSON would leave 15 cent per pound for the labour gettingl credit according to the number fur. leaves the world open as a market. simply heated state of the body being here an i ": 11

Tulip Braid Bonnets, ( Satin. Ronn.U, attend B. LAND WARRANTS uf the planter, supposing the cotton mill! in the nisbed.: These, with eight or ten trained No longer will they pile up the cotton bales element of danger I believe the hotter the in. 1:
ll.n "lbut do ( 'd Forenc do WILL procuring cotton field, and the mill to get cost only. Butas hands aiinstructors, furnish a mill force which around the in '
tDglilt do Drab Fancy the Bounty Land Bill recently}' pu.by English'mill agent Liverpool dividual is, provided be is not exhausted, and : \
Almi DUMtall ) French Latl do 1 Cou res. Towers of Attorney left with Wi. three cents may be too low an estimate, will spit and weave 1500 bales of cotton ; and suffer it to be sacrificed because they provided he do not drink an excessive amount : { .I t t tof __ __

Calfonia Straw do < Satin Brilliant do son, Esqr.,-raHahsl. and John G. Gunn, ., make II 6, ,aud then 13 cents is left fur the I. making a million of yards of osnaburgs,;worth have no remedy. There will be demand for water, the safer is the practice." Such ao : I

nClnte Braided do ( China Pear do Quincy, will meet with prompt. attention.41 tf planter. But now what docs he gt't1 4,5, 9 cents per yard. equal to 890,000 gross sales. coarse, heavy, cheap cotton goods, as long as assurance, from so high an authority deserves il, j I

'fench Bl'Florence Cap Hraided do (\ Fancy do -QuincyOcloberl9-- and 6. The question may ,now bo asked, who The stockholders, being planters and near the there are labourers in the world to wear them, an especial record and widespread circulation, J '
Sprigi, VhiteMorningSpriga,
Sdvered \\'realbl,
Oto r26, if 50.. 41. HEIII Jt. RUS. BALES Nero sizes & qualities, grower, and G cents to the spinner, there will the engine. crops will be consumed. Europe can contin. fJrn ark is now being built by a man out I"i' ,:_ _
5 manket..a'le be 0 cents unaccounted for. It to have this p
o pro each 10, 1:1 Blankets, yet goes Suppose the. planters'who put up, ue to make the fine goods in which the raw West in anticipation id'ihe next flood__..of .
Hats and Caps. 6 do do red, blue, aud green col'd Macanavv pay warehouse charges freight, insurance, mill rnaVe 1500 bales only,of cotton, which at material is no part of the cost ; one pound ma. by bis wife when he refuses "to lears.shed t. t t:

"TTEIH &RUST have just refeivr per bark OcilZ" Blankets, drayage, storages, wcigbaes,pickages, presage 24 are, 30000. Since the erection of the king twenty yards of fine muslins. to the He (hints he .lake her .
.1_ *?, *largetuck of hats caps,consisting in 10 pieces Negro Kerseys, assorted prices, commissions, postage bills of lading ex. mill the tame cotton is worth $00,000 per an. opera. can weather the'F- _
23 do Planes South Asia Africa and the East storm.A f
of America
par l change, freight to Liverpool!, dock dues, freighton uum. A the end ol ,three years they com .
t white beaver) Men', and &"1' Cloth Now 50 opening do Linsey and for, fancy sale by and tolid colors. railroad to Manchester, and then it is at mence paying the debt for machinery by in. and West Indies grow about 470.000 bales flf young man said recently, in rather a, par

Bl& V and"' hite bruwb So\ Me"glazed" and Selcttc bon'Caps Pearl, October J 19..1S50. 4t C. C. BYRD CO. the mill, and the same process brings it back ; itmenti.and befor tbiSj the bauds are trainedlo fine: cotton, well suited fir fine fab ics. This way to the Rev. Dr. ,C., Dr. what U tbe dif i
into fine fab-
Dribbruihdo ( portinK Hat. and this will fully account for the G cents per their new employment, and the planting supply. Europe could still convert ference between this pussyisro. ,-talk sa 1 i

Fa'h,upermol.kindo J Black |bruh Sombreros. Land for Sale. pound. Who pays these charges ? Thegrower. account raked from /Ii to 10 cents a pound fur rics. New England to make prints, and all much about, and pupPJi (\\\n '.. I _
4Io- )I'( Wool fombreroa -.c Ca.Mmeredo rT'IIEE2o1! SE i of &'q27nT1Tl I N and tbe..fteld, / btUrH w.bicb' hadbeen, ,heretofore other:three tofive-yardi goods, and the cotton I Puppyism," repsied; \tUe,doctor, is found. J j

Children'. cob Turbaw/ Otter flush da _.LST.., containing the City of,forty acreswel Ajiplv wniidedand to cTbe growth end production of cotton are acicotDpi shipped off, \and lost. The. n o.t;age,deL ;is field in the' sunny South, in a warm climate, ed on dngnutisriaj puss. < uq tJlo't\
( djoinin? the bulk ufihe into
October do Talahut. can :work crop course, cLitoi."
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.:"' 'I From the InJejienJent.- help fIe weaker party. If, therefore! ,dne sees their smallest albO1S'a1tC1'. /After the lat ar sirable. berth. The length of time that has slave brought thence diminishes the slave population ;! and ra n. He u:ga inst Us

:,; How to Oppose the Fn< itive-Slave Law. a fellow man, innocent of crime, struggling rl'st the excited crowd of negroes followed,! liisril: | since :Ir. McCKADv's resignationgivrt of tl3 bonier States, and by consequence 1 prove it. a1

,': That the Fugitive-Slave law will be in souse with his captors for lih'rt.md life, he may Knight's carriage, and he took flight through ; f.ret in th rumors that it has been found their interest in sustaining this institution -- -

t way resisted at theort.h with almost entire lawfnl. iateqjose' his own |lesson between Court and Leveret streetover East Cambridge a falh.r p.rpleied: business to discover I sue of slavery. We do not that these Notice.t:Bounty Land Claim s):is

P1, unanimity, i is a foci which the South should 's and separate them; nay, upon! n ,running tolls:, to IastCannbridgcand c es jion Charleston".Ye;. i importations should, be forbidden say we only The followiugnotice from the Secrt of

understand I before to it to tho soil where every man is free, he should wll1.taud thence to Porter's. The mob overtookand | say the Interior settles certain
t attempting put qn
the kidnaper ju t :gabs would withstand threatened him, and it was with difficulty I i that they should not be encouraged. Furnish impr
test, The tone of the pulpit and of the religious } te/l0rfoiiin&! [ Journal tnt to Bounty Land Claimants
assasin. A citizen of them ) these States but limited market Te neit
press, the resolutions of public meetings the highway prominent tat some were kept from ,-io1NICl a very Congress should amend the law
f.1 i of no,*ton remarked to us, that if a fugitive no actual ciolens inflicted. Kiiight s t allow 1
and of ecclesiastical l bodies, the intense excite- - - -- -- and at low rates for their negroes, and they the lieirs the benefits of

meat attendant upon the arrest or rumored arrest should be arrested in that city, there was thoroughly alarmed., A'portion! of the R. B. HILTON &. C. E. DYKE, forced to keep them at home, and thus the sn e. As the ;
would be no mob and no violence: but there Vigilance Committee ic.l ,u""lior.n'Jlim''and :r law now stands none but the persons 1
of a fugitive, and the! popular demon tra- : EDITORS AND .
PROPRIEORS. heir interest in iden- Jr !
lions for his rescue, the refusal of constables: \ouh be a vast number people in the street, Huhges{ and told them they hail,no intention sustaining slavery are tog scn Ice/their children] or their widows On z

and of commissioners to aid in executing the would not be Eurpi: -ing if the crowd to thrc'att'l tem, but drat, their pres. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1850.REMOVAL. lifted with that of the cottongrowing r region. unmarried, can receive its benefits 'i+
t :
should itself between the d:1 mmt the of the city as __ __ _.__ ---
n law, tie dh} |)osiUon of judges to give the fugitive i.+ wedge or enco periled }peace wel as u The Fugitive Slave Law. DEPARTMEXT 11
the oflicer and the fltYith'l."hat! is requird their own lives. They promised to \ the OF THE INTERIOR )
I for action
of j every>oliticil legal conventions pretext and escape the ,avowals the of \ of the bytinders in such an emergency is city Ul'x morning, f but l when the morningCaine We republish to-day, from New York Washington Oc.3J, 18.5| j
.. candidates for office, and the nearly unanimous :. to avoid excitement, and to act with prompt- ; thc' Wl.'r not gone. Several com fl'The"FLORIUTAY JOCHNALOFFICE"has presses, two remarkable articles ; one from Applicants in relation I ,Bounty thereto 1 Land, or forinformatiou I j

voice of the respectable and influential m U'ss and good-natured! fnnnlss : plaints were made against t them and prepared & t Jie Independent, n most ably conducted reli address their are requested to j

: of all Hut we shall oppose fugitive law mainly 'to be for carrying concealed been removed to the new Brick Row on gious headed "How the communications on that subtect ;
t. portion the daily press, the p liow a tl 8n.l.'t-n" paper, to oppose to Commissioner of Pensions .
l moral would render for smoking }in the : Monroe street, immediately Messrs. direct. 11. ;
: by we ; over t'lr-
and law. : weapons "
determined } the Ucm. anotle
strong a opposition to Fugitive Slave Law; the other from the transmission through I 1 the
the execution of the law odious and infamousso ," ) the City Ordinance; another I KowlcV Auction lloom Department I proper .
Since, then, the law is to be resisted, it is important stn'cto contrary Berry & -entrance it
that i in shall be found! the Tribune, Whig paper of immense imposes on a very great and 11
Chicago, no one under statute :against: "prfnnlcllri infutlel. unnecessary
to determine how it bo resisted two
can doors above.
with the best effect On this point we ventureto willing to accept }tlce under it, or as in Philadelphia !. ing and swearing," (a plenty of which .._ leaded "The Boston Slave Hunt and the amount of must labor and the additional exanu'ci j t tupon
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the commissioner shall!! rather did another for missing toll over thebridge Committee." they thereby necessarily undeiroonly 1
give a word of adiice. ; resign they ( ;) CottOE.-Ao'' York, A'or. 11.-Cotton hate julviinml Vigilance The second i h but a creates and increases
than the law in force. We do cLiin and another for driringthrough thcirJi:1bilit
put not
First to the fugitives themselves, some of that ; .ti fast ) n|. )litMwi Ujiliinds 11loto at 11J} cent fair commentary on the first, inasmuch as it to be lost or mi-laid.: 1
United theUo'tonians
States commissioner should h the town of <
every Cambridge.
whom are looking to us counsel. In what TnI. Sarannah '-Q&'. 12. ) ,
in favor of shows how the slave Whenever
new questions arise t
bliall resist tht'punr at once resign i l lus ofiico'for many in that offlee are a law abiding The fugitive I.l I\S FIX uniler tie
way these most effectually buy -rKxtrcinci!12 J (@ 1 ccnta.JKCOI REStrTEn.: On perusing them readers law! the decision! of the Department will} j
which would reduce them again to bondage will never be called to act under this law, combination of the tragical and thc comical, our )be
f have of and borne may have it in their power to render the serious and the ludicrous, with the bar- Xt&'. 11.-We quote extreme,11} @ 12} will make their own reflections.In communicated< to the Commissioner of Pen. ;
They can no scruples con.hfience
about the law the Constitution.To essential 1 service to the fugitive--but eve I ra sment of handbills, arrest*, and crowds at C't to the late transactions in Boston slur-, and he will thereby be enabled, as he 'f

11 this law is or law. f such oflicer, in the 1 last resort, tIuml throw their heels wherever they went, and the certainty TullaJnuoff. .Ot'. G-Goo.l ordinary 12} @ 13 ; regard i is required to do, 1 promptly to acknowledge 11the t f
t 'iii no They are not ) 13 (g 12J ; good middling, 1CJ @ 13J} ; there are abundant reasons why the receipt of all cunrihanicatinnsandansa If
ari..! citizen, and under ; his office rather than turr< fugitive their process could not be sensed with li.tlin rr
tv;; -is are no compact That middling l 13J ; fair-none. Southern people should 'be fully Informed. such Inquiries as may l>e made. I]
r.'J.I ar 1 fictitious, to uphold: the code mid commissioner or other OftOl'r who slial out bloodshed, overcame their,obstinacy, and --- far !
the iujtiluiiun of 'hH'rThis law is to them contribute in any way to the of:\ they took the express train for the South, Boston, like New York, i id:largely 'engaged in .those\S numerous inquiries have been directed I i
Later from it be well
tHe otiirt of t'ruli1J-ihe mandate of fugitive, should he made to feel the power of waited upon. by a large and respectable com Europe. Southern trade, and is therelbte to be pcsuml'l f to points may to state1st.
oppression The latest That where the
service ha
arrival the
that : I European Africa, been i;
sentiment with which rendered
} ; a11,1! to n?.ist it, even unto death, is their indignant public mit<( less hostile to the South than other '
substitute ho the
)1 Webster threatended the Czar Nicholas said Jo be of an advance of an eighth of by u person entitled
r. Knights and Hughes are men reports a |ienny.in
and il Le their \ should!
"s right, may duty. C portions of New has .
the benefit of the law and
England. too to
,greatly not hu '
I dissuade iLiftjpshvs as a class, nnd opocinlly -not in acts of personal violence; but by 1 low description, mere hirelings or speculators cotton. The stock on hand is estimated at I employ
political and social Let him be better treatment than boasted of the conservatism of its inhabit er. :
would we divmde the colored population proscription. I deservingreceived. no they i 4 iti,0001ales.
Jis whole<, from combination to resi-t t ta you as a hl:1tl1 man and a publican; with! These various arrest, however, ants. It sent to the last Congress one of the 2d. That the widow of a soldier who las i ia a

the law byiolence.any. Much! as we feel the such an one Il no honorable and virtuous were not made by the 1 legal committee, but I Dancing Academy.The three Whig Representatives who sustained the I I I entitled rendered the service land required by the ]law U j

person keep not so much asloeat. h the suggestions of parties lovers of this exercise to bounty provided she was a ,
justice: of their c-nus-e, and mucts't e admire COlilm.y-no 'n'r voluntary pleasing 1i see fugitive slave bill. I then there were anyplace widow at the of the law

'0 their generous devotion to each other, thereare taking the responsibility upon themselves.The .- from the, card of :Ir. Rasimi}, in another column in the Eastern States where that oho have been passage married although 1
a second
of order which Again; let the question be carried to the committee were prepared to a writ, may ;
general principles public 5lf.C an opportunity 1 for becoming proficients} would be be enforced but if not a widow at that time, the benefit
to Jtoilon
forbid us to sanction: a molt, or to loud 1 our lolls, and whoever \i not pledge himself against de hominr rcjiligiando upon the Marshal, the likely i?thatplace. of
countenance to any combined measures of this law, let ]tm Il shut out from any moment the! arrest &holl be made;:and thus in Dancing. .Mr. R's. testimonials are of the Yet how clearly] does the result of the act enures to the minor children of the deceased

-ioll'nl'l-for organized resistance i to law when and every office of public trust and honor; to raise an issue h.twLl'n the State and National most flattering character. the late efforts of the citizens of Macon falsify soldier.3d. .
I for he who or rob a tribunal They also to hold --- --- Tliat no [>eron who has received or it
there is no hope of success, is not a revolution wonlllrcctlJ indirl'ctJ proposed GOUEV'S Ltuv's such The slave] catchersriot .
Lour The Docembe} any cxpect'tiol entitled to bounty land under law
fellow i r a prior i isentitled
but a mob but to each! ;individual man ( lihl'r. ,10t trh'd i in Craft to bail for debt, in order to try the
; fngi- i number of this the slaves arrested The slave to the }benefit of the act of 23th
tire, to every man or woman who having c.'. timety smallest public} mOI'Jlilll'r. question whether the certificate of the CommisMoner splendid Magazine is aL-c:.<" were &nteuiber -

cjijH'd from bondage and ta"tod liberty in i ii;h justice, or honor. .\lO:11 let every will override the civil processes of t a received, embellished with engravings original ('atchlr the slaves, were compelled to 1850.1th. .
of representative: from the who voted the State, made for other purposes. As' t in of flee the city to save their lives and I hat no FuMier} H entitled to more
hourly l jwril being seized and dragged bick :11tror design, : tOt superior character,, liberty.
than under thU}
in for this law who I one warrant act, although he
'I Congress Crafts he arrested
: or to
tlnvery was on a crimi
own to defence., we pay If to-be fully death prepared for better your against, be proscribed as unworthy: diluntute to represent Hal charge, forioltnt assaults with danger- and containing the usual Amount of reading W.hear :I around us very valiant threats may have served! several} terms ; but where

than blavery, then refuse you not to die seems-whether} : a free people. The signs of the jiolitical 1 ous weapons, if he ued them, and'thus rain matter. The present number is graced wit!h -we scarcely take np a Southern paper that soldier }has served several term, he will receive -

on the wav-side, at your own threshold, or horizon in New York are favorable. That t the final question of precedence l between acriminal .1 portrait of its lady editress-, Mrs. S Hale, does not contain them-of what the South a warrant for the greatest quantity! of

even as a felon, IIJKIII the gallows. Defend J portion of a great party which seceded from process of the State and the certificate i of whom the N. Y. Chri..tiu Observer sav. will do in case this law sII:111Je repealed l I land)entitle to which! him.those several terms, consolidated

your liberty and the! liberty of your wife and the party convention rather! than indon tIlprilliJIIl's of the Commissioner. If nn othfr'criminal Mrs. !Hale i is: a lady of genius and great* Congress. Very well. We have nu objection ) ALEX. II. H.
of )Ir. Seward hits: not dared in its could be raised it STEWART
charge ,
rliiMren was proposed
J :IH you would defend your life midthl.irt'i i 'I taste, !is devoted to the improvement elt. to them. '\e only! hope they may not of the Interior.
the If own cUIH'ntl.U+ cither I directly I to with his own consent, to arrest him >for fornication I all Secretary
+ Again>t a sa Mii. elk thus! Clolsurehiu
you he ]But
von die nobly, and your blood ,shall be there1L'll1ption : or to :approve the fugitive slave law ; on I (which is a criminal offntt( in Ma"- i isachusetts j I vation of her sex on christian 1 principles I andf I forgotten. can the gentlemen making Slavery in-California.- --- --

"' *( of *'Ullr.rnZ..<, Should you destroy the the contrary il has nominated for Governor, ,) on account of the invalidity n | is careful to exclude from the pages of her I these threats, read what we to-day publish The New York ''ribrrneconttias kttcr

candidate of the! na'uritJ'urit}, who has decl.ir- his slave marriage.'lirrse !Hook without having the conviction
of doubtful
= life <>f your (IsilmlffllI trill ]cues illllthr tl every thing tendency on fJrc't upon} from San Francisco dated
I September 1st inwhich
criminal lair lo himself; jjg.'iin.-t 1 that 1:1 Iht: we put little I various t technical andrOltrh.anres I the their minds least the ,
f custody nftJic of adminh'frcilinthe o1strutinns score of taste and morals. We rejoicethat i or :L thought suggested
1. free tilatc,*, under indidwnl iiturdrr faith in pailiesor in politicians.: The ()1, were not against the the} writer says-
for rlslc slave bill it
but the verdict of the rOl1WlIllt'.I/, Ull.ltlr trr-; of principle, the men who heed not the appeals I Constitution, but against odious and unconstitutional a magazine" so widely circulated is in Ih fugitive already "I have, a few words to say to you,

(icllf almost any jury trill be, "justifiablelutinicidc of a ycm. lottcr-lau press in 11t'l'I: statute. Had( the :tltltl been safe hands. : virtually Tepl'ift! Northern public Sl'uti not affecting a real but only a mooted question.

in ,re f drfrncr'; and that 1 fart Idn ry t1C! men must take the matter no more than the Constitution re 18.;), which we have meet Ll' already pronounced it null and raid I Dank-I Webster stated in his greatspeech

t i known, the South will cease to ml.t l i you into their own !haiuN, and .vote i independently I legal resistance would have been made, except not room to pullisJ promises well to Irs pat i I Surely the South need not be told that there I on slavery and California, that. "by
for those whom they know to bo in favor of the real issues between IhLr I divine} law" 1 servitude
and follows. Or should dif i on puti'- Terms are other of killing besides involuntary was: min os-
I your a 'reIIt ver- runs. $: >er annum in ways a dog hanging
j diet be found, and 1 you lie condemned to die Humanity and 1 light.! ; They may' not triumphat As for the forcible resistance of the' negroes, I dress L. A. :] mh'anccad.) I him. The Northern isle thU side of the Kocky Mountani-that

a murderer, your i ignominious head shall b i' the frtIII'; are sure of ttulph in the can they distinguish; between the Constitution Godey.,11.3 Chesnut stn'l l !niladclpbia. people! lm'ing ein-. from the arid nature of the country, &c.,ic,

luminous with the halo of the and I end. '! was a time Ir tl< party,: and a statute I They only receive :the simple phatically} declared that the Ii shall not be I it would never admit of it.
martyr, __ ___ _,__ __
your tacrilice shall be for the diliverancc of interests to be forgotten in ClICl'O fur the idea that, without trial 1 or notice, father, h enforced, and having (in Boston,) made good I \ greater mistake could be made;

your pcojik' Weigh the! matter well. Decide honor of our common country, this is such a mother, husband, wife or clil brother or Foreig and Domestic Dry Goods. their declaration by their acts, what maters slaves have always existed in such cirenm-,

up.nur duty and your course ; be not f time., sifter: may be snatched frm c'ach other, and 11 .Cll atllti'J of planters and merchants it whether the repeal 1 be placed the -tanees as we have here. Instance the Bar-

ntbh, but fearless and resolved.If :ti furher. Let public sentiment, through from !home, and }hurried into captivity in anunknown t.i )It sr!. Man-h3J? \James, (New- statute books or not ?5h:11 For upon nary states, .Arabia Persia, the Ea-L : '.
all appropriate channelbe directed toward and hostile land. our part, intel Webster also erred in that
you aa dclfrmined on re resistance is Orleans,) :supplies of foreign and domestic dry greatly stating
Efil11'l':1 question at what remittance the immediate and! unconditional HI'J\L: of There are nor that the President ]has goods in as we know Northern hostility to be ta i ia it those who came J luther never felt the Aesirafeness -
I point : to-day's We last
s I( shall! If l ofHirciL In some iivtancc: it may the fugitive slave law, and let this be agitatdti authorized the Marshal to employ a portion ,! week took:1d'.criscc occasion j Iap'r, a,: we do not believe that Congress will repeal 1 1. of their slaves and that the incompat->

by well for you fir.t to submit to the form ofnn the point is gained.In of the, standing army to enforce his precept, to regret tle l'UUr ofi f jit.! To do this would not L acting i in accordance I j j i ibility of the case with respect to the eiistence -

'I investigation before the! court, in the! hop* conclusion, we would recommend that | and to' punish offenders. We do not believe'I Southern' merchants, in buying from New- with the far seeing wisdom and well I I of slaves alone prevented'their bingingI

that, as in the recent case at Philadelphia, t1 in every town and village of the North,mea he has done, or intends to do any well thing York and Boston, and thus building up Northern of I them along. This !h all ,!. not the fact.

judge' will lean toward liberty and bet e'arcs be concerted for aiding fugitives with} I legal He knows that the whole standing story of cities, instead of resorting to New-Or .ulel policy our Northern brethren. The men of the South here; only regret that

frl.'l'IS it i is better if possible to avoid you the counsel, when arreted, and for f:1Cit't.ing ttho United States, which took Mexico and leans I Savannah nnd Charleston and thus Such a rt'I.a would produce an explosion, they had not known before what they now

effusion} of blood, you may choose to reserve their escape, and that vigilance Monterey, cannot break down a poor man's and probably rend the Union. That the know, to wit : that they might have brought
tees bo appointed to watch and defeat the outer door to civil sustaining our Southern ports. Florida i is their slave" and been unmolested int tie!
., the rfcLt of self defence as your la.-,t rl''ort.- sere r process, < pun I North is averse to, believing, with Senator along ,

l With these principles fixed+l in your mind, l let movements-of---slave---catchers.s. ish" any citizen for, .any crime whatever.Golden. not t import directly from abroad} l herself, Seward, that to overthrow slavery it is necessary possession of them and the profits of their
---- why should she not at least lend her :l :.
daily conduct be moderate and Conrfpondinee the assistance
your jllc1if'ou of Tribune. + Rules of Life. that the Union should
Jo not provoke excitement without cause, The Boston Slave Hunt and to the merchul'of Charleston and New b preserved-- So far as I know, those who brought ilaves
't nnd Vigilance: I All the air and the exrrcine> in ihs oniverup, The Northern people] will then content themselves i with them, and there are quite a number of
thereby estrange sympathy; but as a Committee and tho most and liberal ttble,, 'but Orleans, who have the spirit and capital to doc
quiet, honest, and indu>trious citizen generous -. \ith null the act by such resistance : such, have employed their labor with the
commend BO.rx, Thursday, Oct. j |poorly suffice to maintain human IUminl, if i ? \ e hoj ean experiment at I least will be iylg I "
yourself to the of the 311 at* they and great
sympathy community The slave hunters, Knight and we neglect other c.opcralirCs-narrly", the with I legal, by a resort
\t lade tho firm whoso extensive stock --- ----- -
and be ready for the ciKis wheneverit left the city yesterday at 2 o'clock P.I ., fully obedience to the laws ofabjtinence, and\ those wo to combinations, fanatical appeals to popular New York El.ctiolt.

shall Hut there com!. Amid it, if l Os U(. persuaded, after u week's trial, that all at of ordinary grati'lcalion.; Wo rises with a to day advertise.Tho prejudices, and mobs when necessary make The election in New York has resulted,u
are others who need deliberate Delta
the mode of to t'IIL'}, to arrest Mary and }Klleri Crafts in the headache, and we act about puzzling nirsflves says : it of no effect, in other words repeal itinfart we expected it would, in the success of theWhigs
upon 1 resistance to the Fugitive know the that This
IJosto'i, were than useless.Yet to cause. We then rccjjlect I i is one of the oldest established houses
Slave law, in diseasing this point, our worM had Lard ? ; %asterl in the lino of though not in name. This will enable the i Seward, in this result has triumphed
not a blow has been struck, or an act of we a day's fag, or that e4h business i in New Orleans ;
object i is not( to fan the flame of excitement, J of the South to the lICIt the issues which this election
i tiolcnce over-bounteously, or that \re 8aJ! d ,up very and Its character for probity :mtlhrltJ is i Compromisers! satisfy ; on

but rather to : flay excitement, and to substitute As soon cone as it was known that they were late ; at all events we incline lo find out the co-extensive with the Union Southern [Ilple that all is well," while the turned are not restricted to New York,and

for and it the well-considered calmness and decision of intelligent about; to take out a warrant, the Vigilance fault, and then call ourselves fools for falling Let it he seen at least whether these good North is accomplishing all that she desires. consequently the higher law"doctrines have

principle Committee was called together, and various into il. Now, tbs! is an occnrrece happening IKS Was it not thus with the Wilmot in that State than ta
First of all then, we would utter may not obtained in New Orleans, (de Proviso ? no more triumphed great
our t remonstrance >ub-coinmittecs appointed. these >alinukt every day ; and these are the,pojnls!
against all violent resistance to was a committee of legal gentlemen.uwng, whose that runaway whi the best portion of our ducting the difference in freight, insurance, The North threatened to enact it,and thus ex- other States-Yermont and Massachusetts

the execution of the law. We carry no inns duty it was to give Crafts the benefit of eve I life, before we out what is good or 'rvil. iVc.,) as cheaply aa in New York. elude slavery from the new territories. The for instance. Tho Democrats, It seems,have

as we should do if we were fugitives from legal Let single individual review life : .- --- ----- South alarmed and made In members of
ry weapon of offense or defence. His I Ii any hi past indignant, determined tresist. o large gains Congressa

.mart:\ his We bailiff shall not shoot or stab a clai i. committee consisted 1 of S. C. 8e\:11 CharlesSumnor how instantaneously the blush corer bis Cotton Mills by Cotton Growers. The North then changes her tactics; I a result by no means surprising when it is remembered

or in the act of arresting a fugitive II. H. Dana jr., John and cheek, when he thinks of the eg-egious ere The article which we today publish on I I
as we might do if he should hands Pak, substitutes for the Wilmot Proviso the Executive that at Syracuse the hatdlltburied TOS
lay George Minot In addition ors he has unknowingly commitlfd-say unknowingly this .
to these is
the the Loom
HJMV.J our }jtersons to drag us into elavery.- men, Charles G. Est g'utc. because it never occurred (to him subject, Plough, Proviso and the Mexican Law, and! i" between the Hunkers and Bornbarnrs -
Loring and
} one them'il.. written about twelvemonths
"iVY J'I not fight and we are always opposedto mot distinguished in the State volunteered that they were errors until the effects follow. I was these, under a different name, just as effectually ( and a State ticket nominated composed
lawyers ,
IIW!". The interest il'ulnJ is not great his seniccs. After full deliberation cd; that betrayed the cause. All our s'kns since, consequently some of the figures shuts out the South from California and of men from both wings of the democracy.

enough to call for an organized and armed this committee notified the Commissioners and ailments, and I brief life, maitilydepend are to be varied, but the general principles }, ewlexico, as if it had been done by the

i rLhtZHl'to the administration of law; there that: if they acted under the law, they would i upon ourselves. There are thousand b who upon which the calculations are made 06" The Worcester (Mass.) Spy savs-

Is no demand for a revolution, and we wouldJior be sued on the ground of the unconstitutionality practice errors day after day, and wlise pervading we suppose to well established. The author Wilmot enactment And because the names ,. The Mayor of Boston gave us his personal

justify lx-llion. And yet we mean resolutely of their appointment and that the same thought is, that everything bich is a b ) and feasible i changed, and not the thing,the South is told.that assurances'J' :., that no fugitive slave
to oppo.-o the fugitive slave law, and course would bo. taken with the Marshal and agreeable and pleasing cannot be Jtirtful.- very very no injury has been done her, Indeed is should he permitted to be taken from that
to use all our intluencc to its scheme for the establishment of factories i inI
prevent execu his deputies, or other who should The slothful man loves his bed thctopcr his be carried back into
any |person ; ad.isl.to rejoice at her exclusion from the} city, to slavery.
,:' tion. How hhall} this be done 1t t tWe i drink because throws We and
act under the direction of the Commissioners. I i him into anubiJaralire I every county. hope planters other
shall treat the J prohibition to succor or! Tho ground was taken that the under and exquisitemoo: ; the gourrrarid makes will give soma consideration it. land purchased by the blood of her sons and OCT The election in Wisconsin has terminated
process t
to shelter the fugitive as a nullity. Food, tins law is a civil process, and that the outer his god ; the sensutlut thinks Ai the high price of cotton, we ; the: treasure of her people. in the election of two free-soilers to

( 1 clothing,m'oney,', information, thdter} protection door of a house cannot be broken in for thepurpose his delghl imperishable. So we' go on, and ) it present would be to that So the Southern people will b told that Congress, and a Democratic Legislature.o .
extent short of suppose!
I t any 'iolcucctlNeaU of serving it, and the Marshal was at tumble/ and break downWe the law for the dll\r of fugitives i is of ll

on our part, are at the i :fugitive notified accordingly. Crafts moved his bed !then begin to reflect, and the trmttb /ares.us. would withdraw any of their force from force and virtue ; that there have been no[ (0 K?" New Jersey has gone for the 'democrats

from .l\'cl' just as fully-as if the law and clothing into his shop, and made it his in the face how much are to blarney its cultivation with view to engaging in it koovert thus placing a democrat in the Senate
did not offices of acts resistance to it that efforts I to
Let all An hour of solitude and ;
mercy. domicil his in eitcere o'r
tie. passed ntonufactnre.
cub Yet if they could be {induced
in the of
Christian and humane men at the North act In the mean time Crafts his earnest prayer, or the with and conquest repeal it have failed, while tho f:1e is that it place Dayton, whig.
in these towards on own feponsibility confict to do It, that they would, in the course of a
respects fugitives(, without without advice from over a single or suit Ie bosom I is worth a man's life to to recoverhis METHODIST CIIUKCH OKTII.-Some ex
regard to the seventh section of the any parties bo amply rewarded, hardly admitsof attempt
any fugitive determined on resistance. He armed him sin, will teach u more of thothtJui; ;' more fewe:1r through its citement manifested the members
law. for these acts of Kindness} I effectually awaken the\ the a doubt. is too evident that their runaway negro oprtion.- 'as among
fl\'e I self fully and made up his mind to sell his an t I course The North will have the of the Ohio Conference, which ]lately: met
one arJ't' te fnr and imprisoned, I let him fl'dol wit his life. His shop is. in the habit of reflection, than a year'i sudy i in the will be to invest the proceeds of the present gained tnc e, Chilicothe, the } of
on subjects purchasing
meekly accept penalty, and let the friends midst of schools without them. and the South rejoice that she has still left-
{ negroe were i ina iit lands and the and sittiogaocna1u
populton'ho crop negroes-principally renlingseafs promiscuous
of Constitutions. liberty make the fnt instance state of intense and determined A reflecting mind is not a flour r that grows latter -with view to increased the shadow.But and females in church. The questions were
of this sort a case for testing < constitutionality resistance. No wild, or comes up of its own accord. The a production talk in OrT.-
upon man could why thus? To what raised schism Chapel,
) t of the fugitive slave law beforethe is, indeed, lhan.maiyt who of the raw material year The result of }purse tbs by a Wesley 00&
f approach within a hundred yards of Crafts'shop difficulty greater text multiplication of words? The Southern ciunati. A portion of the congregation '
projKr tribunal It is only in this way without being seen by hundred quick recollections for t ought t, are which, in all probability will be, with a peo- the old fashion C1mlhes: 6Jr
that the law can l he brought before the Supreme 1 eyes j disposed to admit but how much than it goo pie Elm really smitten with blindness ; to liking separating
and lest s.
would call ; 0
a signal a |powerful body at season, a crop of three millions of bales, at the of keeping males and females
Court of the United States for an opinion moment's warning. The .Marshal's assistants u would be, had we not !been bore ar.d brad in of those who seeing see not, and hearing hlarnot purpose the rulawuappropriate
1' not more than six cents endeavored to from
I or eight per pound. part depart:
and we hope that no citizen will shrink a Christian and Protestant land few f
made reconnoisanccs, and are perfectly satisfied Terr o what vitally concerns their safety, the I families. This
Whereas could induced pews particular:
from a little personal inconvenience or suffering that if the outer-door" doctrine us are sufficiently a\yare. Truly they b to Invest recesinsthe of
W\e existence of nil that they hold dear. was to and a
very objected by
1 prc\'ai. many
where such is to be and We the of the in factories
an object gained.- the could be thankfully ought to cxclairr\vhhtlifl i proceeds present crop
co process at an } i malcontents the cOll't'qllence..el
% Heaven that their was
.. Hcsides, the infliction of section} Seventh uponthe if that doctrine was not adhered sn'lo to, the psalmist : -" The entrance ofTTijr words givethlighth tho tendency would be'to keep down the( grant eyes and ears may established und worshipped
process a new congregation
n'' free citizens of the North will render the could only be Mn'a with bloodshed. ; givetb understanding even jb *the aim. amount of production, lcrAs its consumption bo opened before it is hopelessly] too late. in a church of their own called Un:J

law more tlorughy.dious, and will baste It must }he distinctly understood that this i iforcible pie. ___ ConferenceWin
land keep up its price Troops Not ordered to Boston Chapel,and appealed! the
its therefore bo
man, lr. resistance was a matter with wlu'clitho A Vagrant Honor; its last ye3rde idea[
fpn. session at Dayton,
We need not dwell the ;
; : whatever sacrifice of time upon bearing of The hopes excited by the that President rya
\ or money Committees had no concern wliatever. Soon after Mr. McCKADY, from a didfr e ffpatriotism report gainst them by one vote. At the Cbdmc
i or liberty, the steadfast resistance of the, subject in another and even higher poi } Fillmoro had ordered de-
f 3 They confined themselves t legal measures threw up the District Atlofneyihip( ths troops to Boston session I he present year, they werfealed aglt11

law may require at his hands. Let the merchant solely.As here, it was rumored that ft blank conmili&nhad of view-we mean upn"Souther independence. to aid in the enforcement of the fugitive slavebi although some of the pioneers ooteh;
the linker, the tradesman, the ml.'cml. an offset to tho Roman simplicity and been forwaredfrom.\Vuhingto' lostan d \Vc hope tlC planters; w ill are nipped in the bud. Mr. :Fillmore has odism in theYest and some ministers

I ic, tine lawyer, the physician, the } go grandeur of,this poor man, seated calmly a t the flrnongtbemembers awakened have heretofore favored the pewsystefflj sided
occupant now to tho of done such
no thing. The
x ,I to prison as did John.llampden, rather than work at his saddlers bench in A upper chain of the 'Charleston Bar jit is, also b importance Augusta ltpublr.a with them.-Indianapolis Journal.

pay tribute t a law against Liberty and i her, the Spartacus of his race, ,there wasludicrous a rumored that the blank l commission rem ined making themselves yearly more and more a paper of sterling Southern character,, .

night side of tine, picture. Knight and a blank as ever for some time, aid as far awe independent of the North. says-- The English papers state that desetuOths t ta

There is another \' in which perhaps the Hughes were themselves arrested and held to know tpay jstill: comimra to do up-our in Wo may mention another consideration in A report which reached that President> great extent has taken place ainoa rl

i o'' extension of this law: :1. sometimes be rais- baifin $10,000 each, on a charge'of slander. quiries baring left'us under the imiressiori/ tba t favor of J investing, surplus capital rather in Fillmore had ordered troops u to Boston, to en.troops stationed iu} Canada and that JOrs.

ed. On the occasion of a commotion in the After somo difficulty they found bail The no cue of those gentlemenrhonf, we should factories than in land and ,, It i is: force,the fugitive slave law turns out to be the regiments are in consequence cODrejf?

streets it i is always lawful t jnquiro int the next day were ariu\1 on the charge ofeonf'pir:1cY epec to be selected, has consented, fill negroes. untrue. It is contradicted by the WashingtonCity bly reduced below the establishment beta' '.c-
'co not the importation is
Cn.IS; and it Is l:1wfulxcpt the kidnap Crafts, and I the blank.-I is ,'a: curious state/ of thingss our policy to encourage Republic, the ,of the .dministra. effective strength.. Recruiting i W}'h"

/.n i administration justice is concerned-to interfere again in the afternoon on a similar charge ii but \e understand ,*hy the offices '' of negroes from Kentucky Mary, tion. We think dependence oran upon r. lively carried ou to fill up the deficiencyill

,, peaceably between combatants, and t to to Ellen Crafts. Two arrests a day should not Lv considered,just onus, a "try.de. lam-and} Virginia, for limo reason that every Fillmore? to defend the rights o the South,.u numb} ;u.

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11bi 1d 1'drahts! hts: \rrh- FRESH"SUPPLIES i EEcvrvE O'ricz.Noveiub.r IX LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN EQUITY. LADIES aid Griijiemen, oil anti t>.!iM SKY-IIGHT GAUERY. .

1it.q t4) a gentleman of Massavhem 41, 1850. f Margaret P.utler, Admx of Thos.J. Lathamn,tL'eeased.Va. .. STOCK> as in ivwn '.\ was -old.
ten & JAMES having n-innvinl to the \; 7 1IEflEAS the fullmvins cttrnniunicatSuna lave lf,nle all that faction iuay-cUiut JH hern, rPIE; subscriber rwprrlfultjr announces to the La1. -

MttS, the Fugitive lave Kill; in which licconwnds MARSHALL Stnn- and AVnrthouse, N n. 51 CAMP V been received at this Office, to wit; II R. "%V..Andrew, AdmV..of James Carry, di-cencd, have a!) i lie g-xnl sit domenlie ii-e knonn.Jld die and Gcntlt men of Tailahastee and il, ri. .

that tl e clause in the Cont-littition Ftrwt, nrctiow ojHSiinc1 alanro and p auT l t-t(ick ( fFQKE1GX ROOMS OF THE NATIONAL IssrnvrE, ) and others. lrulcan Iu* fashioned hardware *., well, ('jolly that hebastakcntbeRavrsoerMesrs.flul .

AXD DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, AVaJuiigton, 8th July, 1&50. J TNpurnanceofonorder of the Court made in this It will nt be my fault, it all does nut soil. &. Pr foriu 'CJothin? Stare, for the purpose of taIMT F'in
)1sei lo
under 't1jCl* tl>
copstrt1tJ ifl ron oiauce with the! Constitution Trade Their cupplitM (which are rcplciuVhcd bycvcrvjirrival Sir,-We have the bonny to submit to the is hereby giren to all persons claiming to be creditors Presides ovr' ny Shoe,made ol all kinds ot leather: and Uie iIutIravrnIruasbtIbe| ; artbeautifully ;
accompanying Morocco Cases
t in of you Their material's good and their o put nit in Locket*. Breast Pins.Med.ilions.
) cunw nov, 1t of Tltotreu pattern rare. ,
] JLatlmra. of
of the late firms Latham
froin which it or
He further-more paper*, will bo teen "tliaf and .
Massachusetts Finger Hint
of sn.ys adorn all who He guarantees to give as
They'll real.'y
EniruVli. Ocrmiui and French Broad purchase a pair-
loft Clotli it ilf
Kinacy and
jiu-ctw the unJi-r-i ned have been appointed ..Central Aoiliori.y Latliam t Barry, to present their
a it beth Likenoses-lhan,
will be of force anti of Ca. 'cuiinu They're made o elastic, they'll have a -rood run. 1:0(4. not > say that has ever
that the prcwnt law no more 2c5) pLiiii" fxnry" htylcs Sntinct< 'uncre! through which alone, according to the regulation of for allowance, before me on or before the 1st And may mint last loriir.ro buy two .stead ol one. bMn obtained horei itoe in this ritt. He feels jusiu '

that State thaT) was tlie act of I7P3. Un- 200 .Tonn assorted mixturc!, adopted by the Royal ConunisNHmecj, the pro Jay' *January w 'next. My Sonnet are be-.tuiln-had! I a wife, tifleil the above a<*erli n, s* ha U in full posse ->:
20 ,
n ca cs Kcntncky BEN F WHITNER
ductions. of American art and industry can lie recognized I'd sn-n of the principal late improtitnents in the .
dispense with ht art
all the ,
a life
f not single fugitive was ever cur. tangle and double mixed Tweed Patted days of my :
dcr that act a 10 ?, as, entitled to adrnk-ion at the Industrial Exfiibition tJ> Nov4: 1850 Master in Chancery. Rut speaking tJ lljfs, IM call nnth in chemicals and othtrvtise. His picturesaa -
of las letter : 50 yellow, green, red, blue, and white FlAnncl, to lie held London in November 1&, 1850. 45 7t yoiiratlentinii
rcnorodL We extract a portion at ilny, 1851. To Gentlemen's Beaver, !Imth l Low crcwnrd and tall : uiti seen, are
aiul twilled
plain Our object in addressing vou. is to request) that you Nor hate I forgotten he it h* tender 0 Surr>4s.?U by none and eqaallf but by (ew. .
-Intho! fir t place, then, it ought, in my o- 200( ;-8 and 44 iuiburps Linw and Cotton, LOSt of Mislaid. jo crown-
will confer with wicieties and individual*in the State of I've Hits for them, too, from louitevn year* down, This it my motto, riiy pictures prove it true.**

> to give reasonable K-jli/action to thatilahsof 200 Jeans, Uneys. Kerseys Plain*, Florida, and appoint a local committee, or commit- A NOTE bearing diite some time in 1848,made by And Saddles on xvhi<*h they and father may ride, The ubscf JSer ha*,at considerable expense, filled 4

our iuhabiuuts, (Fugitive Slaves,) 25 hich colored plaid and plain Merino Lin cys, teeo to correppiBid with us, and to oelect] from such B. O. Waring, payable to Isaac R. Miller, bearing And can stir-nip one, too,for their tniither beside. u-'his apartments *> as to rb'atii a sky-light from f

tA' S1ze f M-it'SMhusiKs, no jtcrson Cnrolbie and Scot PLud?,1h colored Merinos, Alrnica, article*, on may be nilnnitted by the citizens of TOUT intcre4 at eight per cent, for *135 25. Some say 'a adcettLtinz the truth doe not tell. ahotre I need not fell Ir-r patrons -f the art that it ,

ihst w been dfJii'fcd lo fis master under the Lyone'se Cloths, Canton Cloth*, Boniliazinc, Prince Albert State, those mo>t suitable for the Exhibition. By this November 16, 1850. 45 4t I. R MILLER.R. Hut v /advertise, I've in store-and to sell. is onenf the greatest td-litions, a* the light from % -

has fiw Cloths, Botnliazcts, Velvet*, Cashmeres M
lerofWQ.I de Laines Bareje, Cah'aw. Gingham, Shirtings, xve are apjumitcd nnd your citizens lie enabled tonvjJl B. HILTON My stock with the best t m the SOCTU tiLl compare. which is imH; >- silV! with 0i/ kind of tide-light. -- .-

I believe; tlas to be literally the case. It is, Sheeting, Hollands Screw Sih'iiis, Cravats, Handkerchief them>clves >f the advantages promised by the Attorney at Law Florida. "Tis true that my store, tho' large, i is ton small, This is mote tested w here (amities and gronps are ta u' *

RiJble, in the laj ?e of nearly GOvtars *, CajK's. Colhu-s. AVritliuiils, lIkit'ry, Olove?, Exhibition Tallahassee, To contain all the goods I have [>uicboed this Fall : ken. The citizens ard parlicnlarly the Ladies, are -

J jjwrtrr jM have occurred ,fhkh there Mitt, Buttons, Talks, HiHiks an'1 Eyes, Soul| Cotton, An early reply i is solicited.Yerv IL-I-he will prosecute Claims for Lsnd under Cut the old Rail Road Depot can hold nftw more, respertfnlly ir-vited to call at his rooms and examinespecimen 1 -
iCS may Merino and Cotton Shirt and Drawer Stocks the late Bounty Land Bill, for a tnodera'e com **. Old Pirtnre cleared
: ?, lli-s. pectfully, your obedient servants, \nd there, lee a few days, the remainder I'll store. and put up in a t .
is now neither mi-mory nor record. If there Parasol*, Unibrellas and Bonnets, with a rich airt- Milird! Fillmore, Mathew F. Maury, pensation. October 19, lii ). 41 From present appearances their stay will be short. manner to preserve thrift (torn fading. I have two

)Lnve In-en any) such, they have been s>ofeviso nuait of Peter Force, J. Janus Greenoiujh, For goods disappear with theftpted iii t a thought ; 5'ie Gerrrsan; instruments in operation, with a splen- t : iv -

form only exceptions that prove the truth FANCY GOODS, Jiines: A. Pearce, Charles F Stan-bury, P. P. LEWIS, The reason is pitiin, but no plainer than riluL, did stock cf materials. i-

t rule 'ratlier than cuJence of its faIit'. Black and Dress Silks and Ribbons, Levi Woodlmry, J. J. Aln-rt. Local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. For good at low price most people! dcliuhl : JOHN R. LLOYD. 4 '
of die! And, a* I to in lht N. B. Instructions trivet in the art, according to .
lewis .1o- O. Totten expect buy more :
Wiuniujtou eph in Spring,
the immedi
Florences Satin Tailatan Dobbiuct new building
therefore under these eircutnstanres Gauze*. Rep*, *, ?, !
Persons, Joseph Henry, Thomas Ewkuik, ROOMS East If I de not sell now, no more need I brng ; t he latest improvements bet h in chemicals and ot her '
Jaconi-t*. Mull and Book Mu-h'n plan and hured uf the Post Office, where .
ought to ret.t at er.sc, With the assurance Walter IL JiliinVilIiftIfl, Ea.-bv.- he will be found unles siofi.dlvengaged. So it's lo my advanta-re: fur cash or good credit .vi.e. October 2G, 1550. 42 3ta
Swi<* Mu lin', Artificial Flowers, Wreath*, Sprigs, profe
und iti the continence, remlliug from the a- Caineloon Feather Satin Mu 13n*, Diniitie*, Diajx-rs. Alexander D. Bachc Leonard I). Gale, September 7, 1850. 3.. To sell all I can-thai's the r asnn I said! it. -------- t .
(lisrIesViIl.es C. G. I wpuUI not have rut tny name thus in the prir.t, To Planters. -
that in the State of Massachusetts C'rl4. Joseph Kennedy1, --- fi.
love, fart Laces Edgings Inertintrs Bindings, Braids
W'M 1 be and Cl th fur and William W. S-aton, Ezra C. Sc.unaa Administrator's Rut I wanted to give my country friends a kind hint ; nndersizrred have just received their Fall L
the la\ -f 1650 Just as inoperative for SIiawK (fiquare( lonqr. < carriage Kirluunsrs My city friends know me, lo them I d -n't write. .
Jefferson Davis ot Plantation Good which
: (ifl sears t.* come, as the law of 1703 has Billuird Cloths Wadding, Cotton Yam, Rowing C/ias. J. Shiub&r',,, ON MONDAY, the 30th fay; of December, 1"5(I, For whene'er they wiumut goods they net-d no INVITE,' for sale on accommodating: terQm*,,Cor.jilting they in offer! t
Thread Skein Cotton part
Silks and Twit Flax Huckalwcks. -
will Hell, at Auction at the Not hinted of the heart
l-vn fur nen-lj 00 years past.Th Acting Secretary the Committee. public plantation, one ever a want of the folliwinisBlankrts
Drills Gniv Cloth Denim*, Twill Stripes Indigo of L. IL i. >
Branch, deceased on Lake LimonLi, 14 miles That my varied stock did not fully impair : [now. London tXiffil
i i. 'i! tkt1ifl! the new law an Mckinaw, asd Grej. j. -
Cotton '
; energy blue Drill Cottona-les, CaviniCTes. MOR-
CIRCULAR north of Tallidiassee, all the personal property bclonguijj And my Cleiks should! demand some attention jut J'Iains-alt wool and heavy. .
,',,,4 -j! "' jio.: eilijg somewhat beyond quito Net, vhicli, with a full stock of every tiling required to hw estate, (except negroes,) coiwwtuig, injurt As they're paid attention, their claims vnn'll ai1o ,. Krrsy.s-Washinaton, striped and Goorgia.Linsey .

:;. ,i ': t .;. <'- }li\ tu! > law of 17D3) ; and this for Of the Efffullrf Coiiiiitiftrr of the/ UiiHi-d Slatfx, on (rf fallowing articles: Mr. Coles, both in country and town, i is known st1I. -fancv plidsairlpljin (-t>loi*. i* >
in PLANTERS AND MERCHANTS, lie Industrial KfhitilioH of 1851. 10 or 12 Mule and Horses He has but one 1aiin-he ne'er fails to sell
tvill utuloubtt'dJy ojvnte tcrrorem on tilt likely ? ; Gotten osnaburis,tirorro shirlm s, prints, flann .l .
and we intend to keep M> a* to supply orders iu fall nndalo 8DO or luw( ( bu-hels of Com, And Mr. Poind.-xter is attentive and kind. handkerchiefs.? shawls, and
the out'i'-m :Mrjtes: thus iiniinU'u ficgro c-ims tuussn4
in .
hlsves: ( to t'xteiui ;*thc same HV-ral facilities jis have ROOMSor THE NATIONAL IxKrmTE, ) And
we A large of Fodder ne'er ails to waif? all of mankind l
quantity rj-estorfc
upon of
; a r i selts. HEIR &. RUST. .
their attemjrts :.t f ovlom, and give more heretofore done. Wp.hiiigton: 22d October. 1850. f About 70 killing Hogs, Mr. Hatheway. too, though he's absent ji-t now. October liOO. -12 t i. .

quiet of mind U. ihei.1 writrs.: The greater MARSHALL JAMES, The Central Authority of the United Estates for'tlic 80( Stock HogslOUhealof Will always be on hand with a smile or a bow : ------ .

ftrinjency of the new lw; will nls() operate in Na r 3 Camp street, New 0rlcan. Industrial Exhibition to 1 be held in' London in May, a Sheep, But as for myself, I have little to say, Groceries. y

%()vciicr 1C, 1850. 45 4t 1851, issued in June hut, to the Governors of the iliffereJit a 125 head of Cattle Save that high price for Cotton I p"ay-
favor of tht-ir tnasti-rs, in ivsjH>ct of slaves States, and Territorie.H A formal request that TZaiitatin And purchase at all times Potatoes and Tallow. 9 ,BARRELS and 10 Half-bbli New Yoik and .
utensib of such Wag-
di-cription, tJ
vho have taken up their redden in States Plantation and Negroes for Sale. they would appoint] a Wai Committee for their respective gons, Cjirt-s Sngar Boilers every,
adjoining frlavchoULjg Stales, juaong the inliaitaits # III: nn'hr4gnei offers for sale a valuable plantation States, in order that the citizens thereof niight Terms-Carh on all um.s under one hunr all sileI; ,Cheese shoulders; Almonds ; C-ndv ; Rjisini ; Bacon

of wl.irh there is such in Madison J-M Is ISCSS evtr f-icility f r the representation of on dollar Of my old and new Iri. nd* whenever they call, and ucairnrel Hams! ; Eurkv hat }
!) ] ; no general Ivinfj ( CViiuity Florida, near the ; sums over ona hundred *, a credit of lush Pntatnt Codfish Union
Ford their various product* at this exhibition of the Industry Ard will give satisfaction-but I'llsay no more here, ; ; ; Rice ; sugar, but.
the Ocilla River. The
one ,
Sandy on phintation being given. All
to tic fclaveholding con- year upon satisfactory neiririty tee and oda Cracker-t
as for sale
n'pnsrnnnre sys-lem exists bv
Genius and Skill of all Nations.Iu For when known it i hi clear.At -
a thing's perfectly
tidn6W acres of land, one hun'lreil of which are cleired note to bear interest at rate of 8 pr cent All recognised October 2fl, 42 .
; among the inhabitants Massachusetts, with this the Executive I II(i Monroe street, then call I at leisure hEIR & RUST.
end under g>* \ fence. Ur.n the preini-t-s are a continuity request, ; claims against L. IL Branch will be taken asca your .
and where individuals: may easily be found, comfortable dwelling Jiq', (but iiou&*. and an tirehard Committee lias been advised of the apjiointinent of 'li.: And {'II show y outsell you gouiL also\\itb Pleasure. Notice.

vbo, moved by cupidity, would i-cadily stein woll stocked with apple, orange, pearli nnd fig tr.t-s. Committees to act in Ix-lialf of die citizen* of the following N.-fl. On same day an 1 at sime place it is probvbo In the above tli re is more truth than poetry, lar. u ,

the Itw tide of f obloquy and reproach which Adjoining the place ia good range fur s-turk, an 1 the State. xiz: Maine, Rhode Inland, New York. eight or ten L'kely Negroes will be hired out for There are more vessels in. t though not over the lar; SIX rr onh> nft >r ilafeaj.f.licatif willl n.sde to 7

Htuaiion is! healthy and well watered. There i is nvery New Jersey, Mi aits in those states, to give aid to snastcrsin *. When the the Ccjmn by the nndeisigif .Administrator rf Gf, '
< "Brodie" -
beautiful hike directly in front, of the dwelling South Carolina. Alabama, New Hampshire, Vermont, JOSEPH BRANCh > goods by are opened in store.A rsaEIIi
thf recovery of their slaves Hut no such house JlasttichuMitt*, Ohio and Indiana.AS .! JAMES IL BRANCH, f 'tln1r. thirteen to a half our bet Cottons now sell, ,, declared. I.it- cf said Cajnty, fyr discharge f

it is that the citizen of States which Which ;pleases our Planters remarkably v\rll from said admiuistrathif -
the :
f-ar or apprehension; conrt'niiug power of Ali-o.-a family of eight negroes. supposed ? i November 9. 185.* 44 ts It
have not, through their Governor.*, resjxaided to the I invite you azairl to call at 110, Clf.AHLK L. POWELL. t
law in A. McISTYRE.
the judgment mf------r------ -------- -
new can, my reasonably( Jt-ffVrin '
would IHJ di-covering when For once ha .injjben thereyou'll there again. Countr. October iiO. ISM. 41 Cm
on ,
Sovonberl6ie5;(o> 45 rrqucyt
exist within thi- State of .Massachii ctts. Past Valuable Lands for Sale.
> too hite to l,c remedica, that their productions went November 2, IS.'JO. 43 J. \VILLIAM<.
events are kuiiicieiit guarantees for the future. Fall and Winter GooIs.T to l lie precluded appwiring; at an cxlubition fnaa WILL be told at public aurtion, in J-iincy, on Just Received and for Sale, '

of southern which ad the ftth Januaiy. Sol, t-vo Bail Road Office ? 1 A BARRELS: Roe Herrin
Tin* great muss intelligent tlavehMderb lIE ( uliscnil erlias just ofMticdan entire new stock they liaJ, ;perluips, anticipated great vantage-, dny Family ,
usuler Land the universality of the td.ilr 1 of STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, Mutable to the Executive Committee is induced to make'' another tracts of Land belonging to the fit ate ot llcuben B. .Lcr211er 1, J2-JO. 5BY L\J i i s4 S. -

the of the Deaconiz 4dupon these Stats, through their Chief flicks, deceased. a Resolution of the Boaid of Directors, the rate 60 Extra and Wcstetn flour,
Massachusetts the wants
):>,; in < n subject of this : One tract i is in Calhoun the 10 "
on Apaljcbicoja \Vhi-Ley,
Ladies dres of almost and Executive Officers. The article must be fehip- county of transportation on the lollwwnu articles i is re-
law. and respect it, and have neither expecta- Camcleon and good Bhuk Watrcd every Silk Mnntilla.style quality, peed iu time to reach London jn-rior to the first day ofLirrli ,River, a few piles below i1n1' Town, a'id d'ced' to 12i cents for one hundred Wfinbl, to lake No. 1 and 2 JLcUerel in qcaiter?, halves, au1

lion nor desire t'mt' it t.hall be made !1' haear \ subsequent to which they cannot lie admitted contains nearly SCKJOacie* of Land. It is supposed cllvct from the fir-it day of November, 1-sGU: whole! barrels 1
Black; Gro de Rhine lfl'1 I Caniel Sik!
% *m <,
<'trertive or retroactive cffecj. It is ]ios- nine. Pink Clierrv, and CameU-on: n.irence to the e\liibiu; tlurefnre, Executive Committee that there are from three to four hundred acres of Lime, Cement, State, Hay, Brick,and Slone, other A large I l..t *.f Si.an.ts he sold !lo\v by the box. L
pine'Jam!, from five to sjx hundred of ham- Also, lane l..t of
i is impfllc'l earnestly to solicit the earliest attention to acres than niaibli a heavy Dry Gnod- ,sml about
siiI that interested individual trimmed vl untrhunuid
some one or two IJ.mict a> the cubjwt .inock, and from 1'HJO toI0) acres ot the richfstcanebrake On Oafs and Corn five cents per bushel.In 01500:: worth ol heavy 3fit>e3, besides an xtensivda

running for lark, or OeMruus of creatiiiirfscitenjeut PBiniiet Itib'ions IkJt ito, Neck and Cap ditto The Commis.-ionors in Loudi-n have appropriated to oniver-mud low grounds 40U acres, con-ii,! ntion ol the reduction nt freight the ortir.cr.tf conrie hats, bv

may idt--mpt to put the law i i1; Laces P-obbin Edg S. S. KXIGHT. .
Iice Cat ten and C illars I)emi Veils,
frpo in Massachnsetts. Dut the p-eat body ; of which the one-half is to l lie occujtied by passage's. The improvements consist of a dwellinej-hou.se dumage to Lime or Hay. Coii-ii nees will bold Valuable
Blue? and Green Barege: fir with Negro for Sale.
four twelve fouiteen excellent
offcixithent f fliveh Uers nutlerttiind their in- To di-itribute or assign this ground to the rieveral rooms, some or Ihennc-lves in readiness to remove the \\jt-l named article .
Rod. White and Yellow FlaiuielisBlanket State in protiortion to their area or jiopulation, would negro cabins, a auzar mill and fixture; and either -* uion; discharge of the cars, as for reason of FOR sale a Nero fello v, aged about twentj-four. ?J

tsTcstsi tfi wdl
Massachusetts eucli au excitement as would Negro Kerwy'*. C'ttton OMriburgs Cotton Vnni proportion to the actual demands very of each-.--giving, tl J The ;I'lauUtion has been newly fenced in, and is divided them in their Ware home. orchard, and a srood cuopt-r. Enquire ut tLaunderi I ?; -

rckult from like that the Brown and Bleached Sheeting*, 21 yards wid \ into four shifts. There i* one field of l 120( acres THOMAS J. PERKINS, } neil at .MontireHo.OctrbVr 1
State of such would lie ,
an attempt affecting one a great exct-s space, as
i-lave Sea -hiud Shining* from Gen.James' Steam Mill found : for thecxhiliiti outs n w In tujar cans ot tine, luxuriant growth, November 2, ISSO. 43 Secretary. 2t U, Jb3j.; 43 Wii. C. CLARIC.BOOTS .
Ilanlct iu New York ; whereby a JHTfcim ALSO, entirely iumcce-siry - planted mostly within the present and list year-

Icug re.Mi'ing' as a free man in the State A coimtlrte a-ssm-fiBcnt of I Hard ware and Cutlery, embracing duc'.ionMhile tlrit asr-igticd to miother would Ix socircumscriried The purchaser might safely calculate on making Master's Sale. SHOES, HATS, AND CAPS, just re-

should !he secntly sii.yd handcuffed: and hur. almost every article of Carj enter' :Lntllllackxnxih's as to rwjiare, |nrhHw.] the r.jcction uf i from 800 lo 120' barrels of syrup from the ratonn and iur suit- bvGKSRGE
articles of value and i'.steret. It i is, therefore,of the virtue of a Decree in Equity in lion Circuit
TooK tim this field kii-ither Cotton, Tobacco and BY : H EE5TT\VICK.
ri.-d out of it without allowing! l.in: sn opportunity ALSO, first iuijiortancc that each State funilsli] a* early as Jorn can also be cultivated rrto-t successfully.Cuinpeent Court made: in the case of! AirztHtu H. Lanier, October 53, t/W./ 42

to apply to coimsfl for protciis, orto SL Ul es Salt, weighing! VO jHiun-ls to The buShel, a ; an eeiiinite, : of the amount of space it will / j-ilges pronouncfe this to be the best Kenneth Btrinbryand the Union Bank cf Florida, '

the lawn: of the State, or the tynipathiws: of the very superior article for caving Pork, 1 K able creditably to fill; rivollectingtlijit the rhanicter \ tract of Land cm the Apalachicola Riv r. Persons rs Noah M. Martin and others, the follow in? property SKTTH & DLLWOSTH

.i, il2it.. Any ma,::, oiliwr 4>rlaynian, engaged Swedes Inm from 1J inch to 9 indie-* vide, con-J'JereiL of the nrti.-lw nithtT tlun the
in ;such an attempt in the State of Massachusetts Sugar Kettles 25, 40, CO, nnd 8"J" gLllo1l 'ID those States- whicli make no through thuir !'his report
U Act of rinsresMonticello .
Heavy Hollowware.vYax."S near Gcnes-ec. Lt. S. Hardlway, Colambu; -
if stee4SsfIIl, %v( uld, 1 Jjprohendind | ennaji'l AdanvntiueTMiitor ('.Ifl4llI.q. committees Ixfuretl-e 11 of December, tjH-cifying JamesDruTunond, on the oremises the subscriber Part ot Lot No. Si, in the city of Tall.ihassee.on October IW.'; IS-j I. 4dCoopero -

it difficult afterward* long; to remain res- Strained Oil, Train and Linwed ditto, the amount of space required no allotment will lie ne r Diamond Grove. Brunswick. __ the east side of Monroe street, havinz tortv-tiva fret r

; ),.,,* ii, n j.nj: the filings] Of 'htoe inhabihe mass, R by M. 10 by 12, and 11 by If.Vlute nride, but the entire amount will ba iinmuih'ately as.sign..1 Theother tract of Lmd i* in Gtdsden county 0 siness.(front, by eighty feet in depth-an elegible lot for bu- Coopers Coopers I '

"ic. to tlnre which may have uu .le rejKirf. in propiiitinn mihs. snnth-pasf from< 'Iirieon t IheTallahasspe rod -
>' > had Lead. Putty, lIE s'i5scribcrs now nt-er for sale a new and corn- -
universally outragetL AU'>, the West half of LotaNo" "Gand 77. in I the T
and Twine to the nwjuirfiiienta of each, and pubh'cationthireof riavins'n.. Jack tract the nortt, and Forman
ind KentuVky ns on -
Gunny Bagging Hope ; plfte assortment uf Coopers Tools, consisting
The law original of Tallahassee which there
of plan
1 T1U) was not deficient in Ftrngth. l 1ie made 'rjii ; on are a
Inland 5rc. AT But it i atco iglv. S MtueV soulh.ari'l contain S')0' of ,
Sea Bsigging, < < hanl'y necessary ; on acres. convenient Coopers Adzes. Stock Howells, Howellfnz'Bitarfi
divellins house and other
It \vas ample for its objects, and would have IK' To tlu>e regulation*, required bv exi-ting circumstance The sea island Cotton finely) on this Land. improvements Levelers Cro-.v
to FjH'ak f>if' good un eeu : they nut wen to gras frdiiting: Two Hundred Foot and Clinton ma lreefs. i Wind Stocked, Broad Axes, and ,
li'. n a* fiTeclual in Massachusetts as it was be appreciated Plea- give me a elL *, attention w n>j>ectfiilly solicited by the Exc. Tfnn,-One-fourth of the purchase money wilt Also, one Negro woman, named Eliza, I lliirtj ears Iron Brace, CLampcring; Huwoilmg rfolli winga: .

< ls when. Its titter inclliciency here resultJ GEO. IL MEGISSISS. cutive Committee.Ilie be required in rash, and a credit of one, two and old. and her child, Mary Ella,three year old Hoop, Heading! Racking, and Stave Unites.

Milely from die unaniui.us Nov<-mlr lf>, 1S50. 45 Ct CtimmitU-e i js highly gratified ill being able to three j arswill be given for the balance the purchaser Tetms-Ca h. Purchasers to for Master's: ti- October I'.f, IS-50. 41 EETTON &. HIGGS.
spirit j re-admg state, that f-uch suranc > JULS bi-en received from the exwitinij bonds with approved security, and pay -
tlie wln;peojJe of the Stite on the subject Notice. President of the United States,'and the Secretary of the bold carrying interest. llei. BENJ. F. WHITNER, NEW GOODS .
October 2H IS50. 4'2 71 Master in
of f that law and from the the Navy, as to justify the expectation that HUUWELL P. WILKES Ch-incerv. -
: inwrought sovereignty a public ,
MaJi< !i Court IIuu e, (m Monday the 30th) <>fD'enilaT 1V1L.1.1A318 has jnst received by tesn4
i.j the initids$ of the jK'r ple of the State: othp AT next, I will x.-ll four fhivc", belonging vese1will In coumiKsionwl to convey to London, all Executor of Reuben B. Hicks, deceased. New Goods.TUST JM. Nt-.v York and New Orleans' a large and

princijiU' of the constitution of the {State to the estate of J jin Cob man, deceased.Tenn articles (de-tined the Central for the Exhibition)which may lie up- November 9, 1550. 41 I fetPLANTERS' received from New York and New Orleans, select SLick of all the Goods that are terjuired in thef ,

if sale ludfca, the iKilancccni credit [irovedby Authority. market. He would call he his .
which secures to every human being within < -one a All communications should I e addressed to the Secretary J 4'') barrels Flour, attention M cotni' ,,
of twelve months with imte at 8 cent HOTEL. to (Good, Silk Goods
juj per annum, ere aoL Fancy ,
it die 10 kegs Goshen Butter.
riuht of trial in of the Executive Committee
by jury case affecting -
every dent's
and two iijtjiroved bccnritie Clothinc, ot ibe latest syt'e tot wear, 1'
order of the Executive 5 banels Mackerel, Nos. 1, 2. and 3,
: his life Bv Committee. BY S. M. LA.NIER.
luVrty' or property.Tn VANS RANDELlA Adm'r. 2U I Iriah Potatoes, Fashionable Hats. Cap- and Bonnets,
*> universality of this feeling within this 1C, 185f( 45: St (Sent t) PETER FORC E. CluiirmaaJOR. Roots. Shoes and Gaiters for Cents and'Ladled
: C. G. KKKNTHT.: Sorrutary Ex. Ginwnitte- .retiring from the Planter's lintel take Ooions. Soap, Starch, Pepper, .
Slaton thi !law is attributed most fals-dy to DANCING ACADEMY. Now, therefore, for the ends above fully set forth 4: 1 great; |ile ->iire in lecommending to the Sjice Ham. Lard, Gent's Perfumery:-nd LaditV*? Silk fair! and Rrijs-iesTf-olh Gingham Uu do>bielhs; .

tin* labon: of class of at this known !! M LAXIERa having Half pipe French Brandy, oaps. -
a men day RAS1MI lumounciM to the citizuM of TalLv and rKK-ifi-1 I, I have! appointed the following citizens public Ir S irentleiiian Turk and Si 'e Combs ol Shell and! thorn, -
the MR. State local committee pnffit ot expviicnceand popularity inconrlijtinfc Mnnoneabda Whiskey, Gin, -
by name of "abolitionists. That feeling I he has a committees to wit: the l Ladies' Mantilla
; that irriid in the city, and willmuMiicv Salt, Rope and Barr.-. (new patteunr,) -
xisted before } ( oi-. WM. I). MosL-tr, n puWic hf ne, and Vho. I sin well assured, Ru-set Kip and Czlt
"tig any such class liPid exist- < givin.% hi truti"ii in DANCING for jove- ALSO, Ready-made Clot lmin E'f'rans
eive the entire satisfaction to .
\\nll hot fail ti mot
rare, or o\en a urune. It was grown in t'.ograin i lil if on rtaturdav moniing, 23d Novemlnr in.tjuit at WELt, 4)thrs who call him. Fine Dress Coats and Pants, Hardwaie. Crncfeery and Iron and Steel,
10 oYliK'k. and the Gov'..Inii' HRINTH, fly old patrons'and may upon Paint and Lamp Oil, CIas.a and PuMy. .
it in same evening at 3, at the
; was InfuwJ by nature as a City A. A. FISHER. Over Cc>at Vest. Sliitt-t.
component ll itel. Gentlemen's Class at nights at 7 fi'clock. (;(I. H. 1C CAU, 10; kegs cut and xvrotrhr sails and L'rad. j
dcracul into the blornl of the November P, IS50. 44 ALSO a new and general assortment of Dry GooCt.
of I
people S i\-cnilxT 1C, 185(1. 45 [Siiitinel] Hon. Geo. T. \V.nn, Hardware, Ac. For sale low. RLiiikt-t!, Kerseys. Wool! Hat! .
this State. 1 have been intimatt-ly acquainted] LEwI.,(".(;.ti'o ;, Jsj., --: --- GEORGE II. BESTWICK. lilacksmilh' and Carpenter's Ta.ls, -
vith, and a clow l obfervt-r of, the character of f Groceries, Fruits, 6tc.TUST Ilium. VIM. A. }'nnw.tnn, Ocfnber 2'3, 15r 0. 4'2Tajt PoucLonz and Green Tea, Cherse.Gosheii .
that for Dr. N. A. JAMESON, weeks after nnblieation hreof we will apply Butter, PotaNics, Marker-!, S
pcojje hi\iy tears and I do not believe received jr Sclu- \V. li PEiTES from New Font
there .J orleans I'KV. JosticA Mccrkn, Honorable! .Iii'lge of PmUite for Leon Collector's Sale. Buckets. Tubs, Churn?, Sitves,
has been -
a moment in which, within Hon. I>ILLOX Joan iv. tViuntvfor an order to sell the Lan.] Monging to the H.icon SidesSrtoulJeis.suzar-curtd Hams, -
any populous dij-trict of this State the law Extra Flour, \ No. 1 Soap; Branch deceawd and iu said virtue of the power ve-ted in me by law I Salt and fine Loaf and
l Iigoa
()uiIis Aii'l any <-itizen of tii- State desiring to exhibit, aaforc stat; f L. II. lying BY coarse Sugar;, .
/ Oning ->, have levied and shall for sale, b- *
41 ITtUJ could )have upon expo-e Pot W.tre, \ViIlnware.. Gla Ware *
been ojH-tdy enforced. ai Star Canil1e lA1n tn\y Industry G iiius juid UUtj*
in of Tatlahasseeon
In. fore the Court house door the city -
And \uthout pretension fo the Kjiirit of projihcy Sugar eurl I Hams ( Skill," v ill see the riece---ity of cirmmunicating with JOSEPH BKANCH. } Adnfrs. Ne\x York and S; Lotus Flour, Rice, -
( 5laLigi; rapes, the I JAMES IL BRANCH. the first Monday in May next, the following Saddles, Har-ii'ss\Yiip3! Col ats, fcc.OsnaLurgs. .
*- : I foretell that the game will be the fate Butter and CheeM!, / Date, foregoLig delav. ourunittce, or any ineuiber thereof without Noverober 9, 1850. 41 4tTeacher's property, or so rrueh thereof as will pay the Slate plnin and striped,Skitt t inks,

o the' law of 1850. fihouldcrs} { lUui-ins in half Boxes, and County Tax due thereon for tbs year 1J50, and Shiriinl l>rilN, Coma Yarn Lirens, T
Lard, ( Sugared Almond- THOS.: BHOW-V. Gorcrwr. all incidental to wit
expenses :
Lookn Gijsses Tin Ware with
November Situation Wanted. Stationery. a variety
N. O. Sugar: \ Plums, 16, 1P5O. 45 Ito AH that tract or parcel of land known aa Forbes'Purchase of other articles too numerous In enumerate

OBITUARY. Clarified d x \ Rx ck Candy, rpHE tflverti-scr, a native of Georgia is desirtHi of witl.in the limits ol Leon County, containing which heroflerj low for approved credit cash, fill/ :,

1'i .o i rcM-ltKV Wnkulla County on Suiulayi Rio Coffee, ( Apliles, v
i:. '..nit, aft ilhios For sale ly A. E. HOC. Familv. He lias hat! exju'rienets R? a Teacher the Apalachicola Laud Company.
<-r au of only vwitc4-n %% rn. I). Moseley, Adrn'r. of SamT Parkhill tleceased L or Privatj } October 19, 153'J.' 41 Isuhscribers
*. J1KXIIV DURDiaf, a native of Monroe st. next door South of Berry
N irtli Carolina Sampntmtniv November 1C, 1850. 45 ff Union Ruilt of Florida end others"PURSUANT Lain and Greek, Mathematicn, and all the bran- Tax Collecloi Leon Countv. 1Afl-Tt1E are rect-ivinz their usual '
< d
63 -
sg year& dite W Education commonly taught in the Higher November 0, 1550 44 ts Fall Stock ot"ilood- complising everY -
__Z3?" North Our.invap! *?$ pl i c >pr. For Sale or Exchange. to a dt-crctal order of Court iu the SchmfoTestimonials as to qualificatioiu exhibited thing commonly needed by the Planter and his family

------ .- FOR: sale, the DWELLING HOUSE at present -ttuly! ask their patrons and fhd -

United Sites' Census.t3f" li1ei1 by Jolm W. Argyle, E q. There are attached Court-Uoufce iu TulLJunwee, on Ilitfrtl Monday in left at this Office will be promptly attended to.Novertb.r9.1850. '.:iYork and Kentucky Rope, for sale by public to call airf examine qualities! and prices
the several Jamutry wrt, in legal hours, the foll wuig real estate 2tS October l'P, 1550. 41 F. H. FLAGG. McNAttSim.
Tlie to fine lot Tlie whole i is 44 ORMOXD.
Censu!< Tiitcr rc.pcctfully TUciI those property of the said SamT 1'jirkhtll hiceasetl viz ,. ____ _ _ _ ;
orVill ( : ..__ October
._ --- ---- Newport, J3. I"SO. 41
feUow negro Jt
pnperty ASH ADVANCES made Cotton
itizciu v ho liavw Hot yet made their lie- The north-west the uth-wet on shipped
at fair quarter quarter, the For Sale. C
a Enquire at this Office.N :
Into have east luilf of PoutlMtast lo Holbrookfc Nelson, New York, by A- MAXWELL & W. K. BEARD
them nmdi and
tip j in advnnco of LJS call"ffttimUy ovcrnber 26, 1850. 45 quarter, west half ol f Land all ,
Soldiers Bounty October 19 lS5O 41 F. H. FLAGG.
to the notice pubUVliod, and the Circular ._. the north-east quarter of Secti .n three ((3)). Also! Lots whict1 be located in one body or tract on A GENTS to prtcure Patents for felons entitled -

tril>uteJ by laia Many bom he 1 Brought to Jail fl and 6 in Section four, ((4)) and Lota 2, 3, 5, 8 and 7, Lands of the can United Stiles, not heretofore sold or Provisions. to Lands under he recent Act of Congress* .
xris na LUUei
j uj in Section :
nine all s **
( ) iti Township two ((2.) north M. D. known at the "BOUNTY LAND BILL, Any
have nrgli-cted to mate their Returns, nllcdg- mfa i-TN Talluhasjtee, on the llth instant, a negro Range (sic ((1.) west, containing one thousand acres, takenup. DAVID COOPER, 8 CASKS Bacon Sides, 1 do Shoulder claims entrusted (to their care will teccive' their; .
*tug a nut of time Tlioy will plca'6 n-meml that /& inanvho i-ays his name i is BlUSTER, and more of lew, lying on Lake Jnckson.Northeast November, 1S: ) 44 I Cask ausar-cured Hr.ms, prompt attention. .
that he --- --- -
the law leaves liim n"dJKretion. A nt-jrlcct to irmke Jackson- belongs to Chandler Yonge, of Maruuma, quarter: (.f Sectl ni 3, '1'. 1, R. 2, N. and E. Cash Advances. 10 Barrels Mess Pork. Tallahassee,Oct.19, IS V). 41-4w (Sent) -
the Couutj. Said negro i*about 35 yejir* of age, E. half N. W. quarter 3, T. 1, R. 2!, N. and II 2)') superfine Flour,
lUturnswhen called un anxwmt* to a refusal. 5 (oct high,dark C4>mpltaion, limps wlien walkijig,I long v. half N. W. quarter 2, T. 1. R.S.N. K. IIE nndirsigned will make liberal cash advances 5 kegs Leaf Lard, Flour, Bacon, &c ,

and vfll have to be cnnsi.lered n nidi unless the hair The owner is requwk-d to comply with the law, South-east (quarter 34, T. 2, It ", N. R T on shirrhents of ColtOll.cansigned to J. L. 10 barrels Rectified Whiskey. I IJST received i Schooner IV.II.. Pettcs ( Nays'
and take him per corn
*nntkr i ii at once atU-ndwl to. away. ,E.lialf S. \V. quiirtcr 1T.2R2N. II Smallwood.Ncw York. Landing from Schooner W. R. Peltes, and for !ah- J Orlea.i. .
oiember quarter 34, T. 2. IL 2, N. R 10 barreli -
1C, 1650.U extra amiD Flour Albion !Mills
Nov ubcr .
: 16, 1850. 45 tf Southwt Qulncy,November a, 1850. 43 4m Newport. October 19, lt.50. 41
quarter 85, T. 2, R. 2. N. E. _. _._..._ __ ._ 10 da Miperrlne tlo
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a. A. Brought to Jail Also, North-ea.st quarter 83, T. 2, JL 2, N. R Sugar Cured llatni. Paeon Sides : I- ?
McIzr1iE, R half N. W. quarter $3T.2,1t2N. R Dr. W. S. KILLER, Dentist, Sight Exchange Lard and Lard Oil, ttVstern Butter, .

3EON N Tallaliavtce) on the 12th inntant, nm-gni Soutli-east quarter 83, T. 2, R.2, N. R -/1RADUATK of the Baltimore College of Dental ( tN NEW YORK, SAVANNAH, and MACON Assorted Candy. For sale by

} >ou$ AT CJTT lityru.. Ii_ nun,who MVKM\Vatte name u MIKE,and that lie Nortii-wcrt quarter 84, T. 2, 1C t', N! R (jT Surgery. respectfully tenders his professional __., for sale, in sums to suit, byTHOMAS October ly, 1S-V). 41 A. E. HOC.

November 1C, 1SCO. to CoL nf Madison innity. Said South half 34. T. 2, R. 2, N. R serYiCeV To all who require the performance of Den- J. PERKINS, 4

45 negro w about 21 IT 22 years of age, yellow complexion Also, W. half& W. qr. 29, T. 2. R.' N. R Ul operation! Room aLCity Hotel. Ladies attended October 12, 1S-V. 40 Agent Marine Bank. : Guns;

Just about 5 feet, C or 8 inches high, badly driwed.Tlic .- S. R quarter of S.qr. 30T.2JLN. R at heir residence i if( desired. Dr. M. has l.berty .

from New Orleans, owner i in requested to comply with the law, and S. K qr.ofN. B. qr. 30, T. 2, R 8, N. Rconataning for feferencaa* an operator, to J. H. Randolph, M. Notice. NOW opening Guns.? G twubarrel Purcussion Patent 9
3 'o do do BoGuns.
BY W. IL PETTES take him M.
Hr McGuire
away. sIxteen hundred Fla./Prof Hugh
ncre, moreor'leM, c immonly Q.Tillaha, YOUNG Lady, that has had several rears expe- [Oct IU, !SOO. 41] C. C. BYRD &, CO. -
JOHN IL RHODES Jailer. C. Harm M. D. D.
KP/S Prof. A. ,
18 1 Leaf Lnrd, j 7 cnk lUwm, known as fyirlnyteorxl the kte residence of Uea D.; Winchester. Va., A rience in teaching in the South, arid is writ ,
3caJiitcanva8fHjini: ,|! SO( bbk M4i It irk. Novchilwlo.: 4 1MO. 45 tf Pnrkhill, dtveam L.S.t Prof-B ,W. Dunbar, M. D., Baltimore, Md.Vo qualified to teach the hisher English branches, Salt. -.

COMING IS 8TOIIE FROM NEW YORK, Notice.. These lands will l>e offered in puch MilKlivJsiona nsnjij ,ember 2.1S3U. 43 U French, and beginners in Music, is desirous ot obtaining

Iri4j P.rtatoc i.hmall ear to bejudi ou at the time of sale.-nTlie a situation in a School or private family.- HEIR &. RUST have jiist receitcd per Bark Mora -
? (* Market*and Beef Oiiiotw, | 1K) ILn a.ortl Candy, FOUR wwkn after date, I will make application to terms will be one-third ccmh, arid the balance on a U. 'Marshal's Sale. Enquire at Ihis Office. October 12, lS-r 0. 40 ) sacks SALT, which they will sell at t* I (
Morlui, Jam, Ilia Coffei, morali1e A. McDonald of Probate credit of and lowest market October 12 Ii50.
Judge ? o f tirii ycorf, With interest. PurcliaserB virtue t.f a -writ of R Fn.iueil from the Clerk irice. 40 i
( e.rel No. Thigue l4'j uiraa fir Madison County, for leave to sell the real estate of to pay for Master' titk-a. BY Office of the United State District Court in and Ready-made Clothing and Saddlery.TUST .
I.bbk X; 500 fin. (>*'! Fcntlicrs, Henry I).Jourdan.deceased of Mid Lowell Hats Caps 6cc.
Tuiiue: wI Comity,ATZ: Flirty BR J. F. WHITNER, for the Northern' Dwtrict'of'Florida, wherein ,
Sound Mora from New York
i SoLu- Candles received Bark. a
Sardines1, IJ %%ax Sperm acri uf Land, lying tutd being in the County of Maulon. J/aVrr in Chancery.. HoUbrook Is plaintifi, and A.H. Cole;;Samuel Stevens J large supply of per Heady-made Clotiingrul A'oJdlcry 90 DOZEN (boys amid ffien3,) feaej Colored Call 1
November 161B5X| ( 45 I levied and forma hats .
QH941he Ftrru 7t and G..W.Cole are defendants, have upon .-
Clieew i Star which are offered to the public on most !
!*deir* fur CiiuungrMamantjne THOMAS M. ANDERSON, will offer fur sale before the' Court House doi r in the reasonable terms. HEIR 4- RUST 2 dozen Union Halt. latent ktyl 1 *. **i iJcah
+ Sb(9iflzrnd ex tfficio AdmuiL traUr. In 2d of December 2 fluOctober Mole Skin 1Cap.
arUdea, in > Chancery-Leon Circuit Court town nf.MadiBon. <*i Monday the day October 12, 1S50. 40 Hits, fine- tat
varirfjr, f* wde by November 18, Ifi5a( 45Notice. 5t do at'te
9 W. D. AdulY next, the fullowiuj (! property, vuj'Four inen3andboys SlUr,
J. 1. WiLLIAMS Moseley, of Same Porlliill, deceased, ., azed & !
anti .
Ovc1nLeri6,1O. 45TII VK. ; unJmpnn-ed lot known m -. one Tobacco, &.c. -3
with A store-hou thcrfcon, and now occupied by 19. ISO_ 41 C
Union Bant of Florida, and lot % C. BYRD t CO. 9
other nYRD t CC opening and receivinj
: vftxk afte r date, I will mnkc Cole said all lying and beIng in the CC. are now ------ ----
IL property --
Taken application} A LL well in the Au ; 4-
Up.i FOUR persons parties above cause as boxes and half boxes Chewing TVbaceo, .
sold the of said .
WrIUTlu honorable A. McDonald Judge t f, Probate f\. others)" claiming to>creditors of Samuel Park- town ofiladlxori,ati-1 to b w property 50 boxes Soap,assorted qualities Bonnets,Ac, jjIORECEBridZon. -
thin day } .
taken of 1"i. -
for ilwliwm County for leave Mthfysadr1t i.fl'R1CI
to KeH the real estate of ddlzd.inthi to
4dgr'y MAUE and COLTwcst/ays./ Pattison aectased, late lull deed, sire hereby notified to present their claims ManJil, 10,0"X" > Spaniali Cigars, superior, Black Florence Bonnet*.
\\nx R. of
Them f said County, viz: to the Master; on or Leforo the Cn.t Monday in DcxxmUT 100 bags Sliot, assotteti si',2G /*-*, -!- nets, Cb'e4 do, '
requoited to ru ; Two Lota in the town of Madison knotru ytr. 2 1 80. tly fl. W. HUTCHLVS. D. M, : .
d4.r wniiy, Lot Satin
as getlter with tle 25 Crirap Bonnets
I n4 next ( Jw ocsderuti pound
; taike them or proof ttUblich ( same. kegs juu tugs., ( Silited Wreatims, ., .4
away. iti be di
(,f crdbg to IawlA1 thq *- Nos. IC7 and 1C8., in Sectim tl&THOMAS By order of tlie Court.. 10 boxes Spcim Candies, Allini and Tulip do 15 dz French Artificial*,

,. L M. ANDERSON, BENJ F WI1iTfl114astcr : 0. C..BYRD: .& CO., Limp.Train, and Lin-cud Oil* SaUratus. assorted Drab and Fancy daTulip. 5 d>> Band Boxes. 4
4 flouErT5ox. Six-riff tuki (S njjifio Adnuiustrator."oTtnjbtT L make liberal advance on Cof Tons ..,, s'id do
No 16, I. in Chancery.Novtmber W3I very !'iC". Mis. Uillcr's, illard3 { Fw 'ale b?
b-3w > 16, 1650. 15 M 16, 163tt 45 ?t ; '.;..! !-_ir '-.. J. ? "-' 4








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: Tax Collector's Sale.BY' STABILITY-SECURITY-PERPETUITY.. B1U1tS5LEWIS (cr s. ,"i- ---- I !rgal[ Lbvtrtitmtnt STATE OF FLORIDA. I iiiMPEIs INSTITUTE -

virtoeof he power reused in tne bv la*, I -- -- 8100 Reward. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

t.41: ex?."* for wle. be.:''retie Court House at $100,000.THE & AMES, Middle Circuit. rpHF.rf.rilar coarse of Lectures in tti hL ..

Qaincy it th. C.' tt oj C<4.>n. on Ih* teamdM MUTUAL LIFE INSTTSANCE CO. will commence on the first of No'nnltt1econtinue
UCALEU51X LEON COUNTY-IN EQUTY. until the |last of ***
the tvi..nn described Febrniry. The
next :
dav of Aptd] pr A
k |* !, ;r' math thereof a. Mill pay the State and or :(IW"OUK-:xo. 33 WALL T., UHUG! MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, .Uab.l""tt' RSI1 R-iatl Company Complainant cal Devr tmet : vi.Jl be open aad rradv to Aa',.

Ceo'ify Tax doe therein for th. year Is5'), asiJ 1'1"1 VTET .- :
r t\ flond and Richard Ihnnrd George IT. Walker Union Bank rtmeat 'ih be under Ihe dire :
,' Dec ery expenses incident thereto, lo wil : >w. .-curcly lairsti-J in Moil4azes p of the
t 'The whoU of ,h*t is called Forbes Purchase,** *n real esl'e' in this CI'Y.al1d, UrooVhu, aiid '!'Kkof : < BRUKHC AND COLOR,. Florida, Rurbutt R. Bet ton, and Elijah While, raOrLs.ou. lac

S f lyin? in GJ-eaCo! !,nr .<, much thercol a s will the Sute aal City 01 New-York and UoitedState Apothecaries' mass \\ur. a (. Defendants. Proclamation by Thomas Brown, J. Co qcrrr Caf>'*, Pio-.ewcr of the IH lQf

pay IheTax tfwMio1 b.nl! d sd on the Fict b. the II G""trouu a)0,(con,tantIy on hand.and rorule at the IT appearing from the alkati)fl4 cl Complainant Governor of Florida.TTJHERE Mediciit. and Medical Jnrisprndence. a tCW.

O:k tuck Me tn rr.attJ oolh Wet bv the .\palachicwlaRivrr. This luud is rapidly increasing, by a widely extended THE market price*. Bill which are verified by atfidvit that Defendant \5S, It ha been made known to me that BYRD Powru, M. D., Prolntor ofPb"iM. ___
HUGH O. .McLE\N. I 1 and prosptiou* business. LEWIS fc AMES. Eijh! White, M not, a resident of Ihe State .( T a murder was recently committed in Ihe <;'cao- Pathology l Mineralozy atd Geology n "IJ".

: ".. Tax Collector fir Gads len Cousty.October The Company declared A dividend of profits' of fif- Tallahassee So'mbf.'r'10.ISIIS! I Florida but resides in lIe State of Georgia, so that Iv of Gad.den, in this State by one James Riegins R. NCWTO.I.. M D. Professor of'Sornrv.

S 12, J't "). 40 tim. I !v-two percent ou all existing policies the :3lst -- be cannot be nerved with process of vibporaa: upon the body of John White and that said Rig ins H. J. HOLCC.M. D..Piofe orofTbeoTv* J" hat.
of J,:iuir> 1S4S- t INOX TOWLE. MatAO D. PiPi U u L'tertvpon Ordered That Defendant Elijah is now a fugitive from justice: tice of Medicine.

Tax Collector's Sale.By All the Profits are divided amour the :. TOWLE & PAPY, White, plead :anwer demur lo this Bill on orbefore .\'". Anew rC', tbat I, THOMAS Bmowx Governor J. A. \\11.50or. M. D., Professor oi' Obstetrr. "*
the first Monday in April nf"t. at the peril Diseases of XV'omen and Cbildr' .
virtue of authority
S vrve of the power vested in me bv Uw IaU The premiums patablt in cash! anuul1y,tomi. illoracys :nd foccjcHcrs: n! Law, of bavin said Bill taken for confessed and an to vested of the in State aforesaid law. do by offer the reward ef- J. KI:G, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica
by hereby
f..r *,le before the Court H a.e at an:1uIH.wr. quarterly, interest being added on the PrD hlt'l1 Tim me a "*
S sJt."e lorined an association for the Practice him set d ifl the County *,f Gai.n, on the second deterred I'a%menls. HAVING of thi. Order be for four months. Z. Facns&
t' Qiitcy will attend the several Co'irls. of the a copy published Ria ios. and his delivery info-ibe custody of the %' MIL. Professor or AaatPtny.
+ Mr l yof A,nit "t"\t. the lull.iwin; de.cri':ed ;)roDaItTt.t5 -1 The csn principle adopted; bj' thi Company" !e* Middle Circuit of Florida.and an Ihe District CUIIof one a werk ct .ecutivev! in one of the newspapers Sheriff of siid County of Gd den. J. MtLD}' SfDct, A. M., 31. D., ProlesM.
benefit. the insurances
thereat will the State zidC44D47 In tile \\ho e M
tunch I as fit cure partit-tor f1ubli.hd l in the CIt of Tallaha.ev.THOMAS Chemistry and Pharmacy.CLQE .
; the U. S Tallahaseee.11 Risinsis about
at inessentrusted .Utm.-SJd: 23 or 5
whole of the ad"allbglthouf years are
Tax die Ihcreoa for the yrar I'sSI, aud the are eriVeud she BALTZELL, Jud e. .
; LECTt&
I drawback of I to their care will receive piompt attention. f..t't. 7 or S inches high-has dark even,dark complexion -
heavy accsmulattd -
wit to
ittcidsnt thereto.: tot : subjecting ttieci November .
oGPDLryeFft.; I in Ihe 5, Is-'V) and round face is ..1mitiM.-Pr.-.fn H. J HrtciuSurgery.
CJOffice Capitol. lull stout and heavily
S4 .hundred ao4 G! of Und, hin% oo premium uole of C
acres Niinute
e ty A true COp from art. .-Profjor R. S. Nr rro.T.
February I I". lw,41 7 built and addicted lo drinking.In .
re sed Creek, OJr artnz to o-Hnf lo Armuieada4 I Persons may effect insurance on their own lives OSCAR A. MVF-Rx Clerk teorimt'owht"rl'Of. I have hereunto Z. FBCCMAX M 1 D Anatomical l Demonstrator
Riaev. Of *., tnach \t"t"l4Ir t* i ic w'ce"arv to pay and the lives of others. A married women ran insure lEOIC.J.OTlCE.. M. A. LONG. Soltcitoi lor Comuiainant. set my The fee for a full course of Lectures aawjotj
and caused be affixed "Wl
hand to Great I
hu andthe benefit of which I ta
Td aforesaid. HUGH 0 McLK\N the November 1":1. .
t I 9), I'Irn one hundred and five d.II 1u.
Ta x C'l"C'tt1r! |I.r Gad.len Couaty I are secured bv' law for the exclusive use of ber ell or [Seal] nt l tbe State of f'lnrid.lal the Capitol in Tat- ro'esst's
Dr. Charles T. Eah ? ticket SJ Jk
DarbyTESPECTFULLVannounceslothep Marticolalor's
S i l4ha4esthi' 12th day of October, A. D 130. te
Ocleber 12, 'sVi. 4U 6m children.Clen Jefferson Circuit Court.IN Detnoisfrator's Fee $'.O. Graduation
------- -- I ;, men and all others dependent upon salariesare l !licinrfn- THOMAS BROWN, Governor of Florida. Thc'sedesirin further icrmationill$K tt.
Tax Collector's Sale. I specially invited to avail them*,"hf'of a resource IX eral that he In- |ierar.cnlllocatdhjmeii in CHANCERY. Bv the Governoi-Attest: please ad.
i Moniicello. Florida and will be i'nund, C. W. DOWNING, Secretary of State. dress their letter (post paid) to the Dean: aadtf.dentsarrivins .
whereby their sun\'ing families may be secured at all.tines, Rill for Injunction and flutr&ution.Exectors .
vested h,1t. I i'i the will
to me by city please call
"Hue the-power
evils I unless ,>rofe5sioiallenga t'tL) Strict attention "ih Octnb 10, I-XJ. 41 fit on aha M
By tbe ol
expose for ute.! b"f..re the Court House at Iron penury.Pjunphlets o. I of William Goodman, Complainants, the Commercial Hotel. R S. NEWTO.V.
of the nfMntn- be iiaid 10 all ionj| calls.
explanatory principles prolr>? .
in the Cdl1lof ,.dJdefl. on the fcnn< I c Notice. Dee fthe
al Li'e Insurance, and iltuslratin its advantaee, Ma? i. 1 S-I!'. IS ftnltj,
; E Dither Sarah Waters Green R. Mar-
described Slater
IOU eza
MnJajin April next,t to* '\'lng .roS -
II -- creditor legatees entitled di,
LL to
: with farms of application, tnaj be obtained at the ,' persons LAW DEPARTMENT.
Frnc Jane ElizaSrth Harriet
|-rty.or-i ouch thereof: J'i will pay the Slate andS J. L. SHIELDS i.Io J>. J. S. ZO.NT -4. v gaul Slater Sbter .-t tributi. or otherwise interested. in the estate
County Tax due thereon for the year IS*), and thefleee.2Ty : o&cc of the Company, 3: Wall St., or of any of its E M. Slater John G. SI'It'r. William Siaer.John ol' Ri>bert Spence late of Jefferson County, Floiida Hon.lice II of VT.Law.M. KI.-VG Professor of theory ana'nt.
ajeats. Goodnun.and William Guodman E1len oed
ev3eues incident tliereto, to wit : II \
TRUSTEE Drs. SHIELDS & BOND deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims Juwc DFLanEz.u. Eq., Professor cfJurupiu'lence.
hin and Spain Defendant C01Utrrcia1
Six huadred and lorl'> arres of land. ; on
and demands within$ two ;ear-> from Ibis date to the
J\9Ck Creek, purporfua tn b lun. to L.S. Catlin.or I Jos. B. Collir. David C. Col den, HAVING a-sociated thein"clve? together in the IT ap( e3rinc to satisfaction of this Conit b> underpinned, or the same will be baned; and all .

.43sua thereof as will j"a\ he Tt\ aforN.id. \ 'rn. J. IJ 'fl..p. Alfred Edward-, of Medicine, Surgery, .c., oftt"r t their athtitvit made in this cau!e, that the said Deien-' indebted to the said deceased, are reqaesledto Tass-.O per Session.
-S HUGH O. IeLr.Tn ::. R. II. lcCurdWm.. Betts, I services to the citizens of Quincy and I the surrounding dar>>s, with the eeption of William Goodman Ellen persons make immediate All comnmaica'* pPrtirninIotbisdep.1
Collector Cur GdIen County. Fred. S. Winston Joseph Blunt, country. wood, sesideout ol the State of Florida beyond payment.JAMES must bs addressed to E- W. M. KING E.q.Memphis .

o OderI21'Jo.: 4<) im. C. W. Fiber, Isaac G. Pearson Qnincy._AtigiKt 11. 149. 31 the jurisdiction of this Court but in the United of Jefftfrsiin County R. and TUCKER ex ojftrio Sheriff Adm'r. Tena., Feb. 2 1so
John 1'. Yelverton Henry WrlU Sine :
Jeffrrjon( County Octobe'r 5, IS50. 30 3m
Tax Collector's Sale. I Theo. Sed vMck, Wm. Mooie.Stary C'RAWUS3ItTtf.,] [W. S. DILWORTH J. u therefore Onle-eJ That thewid Defendants, Tb- Faculties, for ;intellectual abilities, eraI l
B. Collins, Ztbedee Gxik ; E"eza D.!her, ar..h.aer: ?. Green R Slater Mar- Notice. worth and prof<**ionable acqwreBien nr will toaIJIItt
BY virtue of the power verted in me by law Iba11 John H. Swift Jona Miller 8S83TK & DlUVi/'OTT-H/ Earet Frances Slater, Jane Elizabeth Slater HarrietE favorably with the mosldAtin C nbbedinonrcoonrrV

S expose for sale before the Court House at John Wadsworth, David A. Con tock, ATTORNEYS AT LAW M. Slater, John G. Slater William Slater, and A LL persons creditor. and 1 legatees, entitled to The Medical family cooVitotes an anomaly m tkij
in he County of GH-Jen. on thE second :1. distribution or otherwise interested in the estate other? all! of them
Quincy. or coootry are
I S. M. Cornell Robert Shu\let, John Goodman and Spain appear aad answer the any lecturer
MONTICELLO FLORIDA.July of James Moore late of Jeffer Florida
foo' described on County,
April nexi.the \ and the best teacher
Mndayof pro Gouv. M. Wilkins, James Chambers, Bill of Complaint filed in this cau- within four
t'm!.* r .<. much thereof a. will pnIhe Stale andCOg..t John V. L. Pruvu Jo.eph Tuckerman 7, 1S-IO. 27. months from the date of the publication of this Order decease, are hereby notified exhibit 'heir I Those who will contemplate cur r gnpha1 p
Taxes die thereon from cJ-i to 1<' inclu- claims and demands itbin two years from this date and the extent of our population
freJ. Whittlettt, M' !es H. Grinntll] or the said Bill; will be taken for confessed a. ;on i irrabt nQ bare a.
a.oJ the incident thereto, to A. E. MAXWELL lo the underpinned, or tbe same will be barred ; and to the ofoor sit uai
lIegibilifY I I.erpriof
1"e. necessary expense 1; Charles Ely, Wm. J. Bunker, sainst them. at on Icy au n.
wit : ;i John C. Ciuer. EuseneDutilh, Try AT .ind it i, further Ordered, That publication of all persons indebted In the said deceased are requested &kiD-t. .f 10b"ltb, indadittaIIlta-i
Tiva barred and fortv are of land in Gad den L.A'7'.7 to make immediate payment. onsoflhe. that
Walter Joy: Francis S Lalhrop Ihi Order be made in some newspaper published al year, we deny AST CTHn an
Ccmaty paTnorlin- belonz to Robert Jimersnn r roach I attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir. JAMES' R. TUCKER Sheriffof HAS MOHE.
Alfred Fell J. O. Thatchei.JOSF.ni WILL. Tal!aha*"ee oncea week tot the!naceof four months.
tit thi-reol a i will pav the Tavx afore" id, lvMjonllil I B. COLLINS Pretident.HAAC fJ-: OtSre over S F. Bnni\'s Store. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A Jefferson County and tx Officiodm'r.. A common error exists in the mind* of mm g,.
Cret'k. HUGH O. McL1''V &. Secretary.JOS. Tallahassee, Oct. *7. S4y. 42 Irueconv-Attest, Jefferson Couor October 3, -). 39 3mSheriff's fttnt relative to the place ot smdyrn Bedicisf

Tax Collector for Gad ien County. 'I BLUNT, Counsellor.JAMF.S -- C. G. FIFE. Clerk. those who intend practicing among the
o\i October 12, t S'tI4) > 6m B. GAMBLE At.Taflahassee. :BRADFORD: I November 9, 1 ,:/. -44 "S 4m Sale. the West and Sualh should certainlf educatetbra-

0 ------ I January 1'J. 1S50. 2-y ATTOHM2Y: AT LAV' I BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, issued from selves at asch,,ol.\ho* Faculty are prsctmllv. 31. ,
;f. CITY COTTON WEIGHERmu I I In Leon Circuit Court.IN the Clerk's Office: of the Circuit Court for the ; qoianted with thoe di -ea es.j 1

: amdrTMmed PUBLIC! COTTON WEIGHER COTTON GINS. Tallahassff, Florida. county 01 l Leon Middle Circuit of Florida, wherein j Thar tbe public may be m5ed cI tfce percn i. i ij

JL fortheCitv of Talaha! .. hanngjast? upturned April 20, J 1550. 1 15 CHANCERY. Wesley l Leak i ieplaiJtitf, and Canada Rcoee i*defen-i cy of th'M ci x>U we feelit ocr duty to sta: .,kat !

from the Vatlh with f/ro p-ur of Srafff luauufae- James M. Hunter Administrator Archibald R. S. dant. I have levied upon and will expose I lor sale.! 1 the Trustees and Faculty form a trsrr in aciies, r ri

S. lured aJjtit'il an.4 certified tif the In>/ eetor of 1 JESSE WATSON, W. G. M. DAVIS, Hunter, deceased, before tte Court hone door. in the city of Talla-i[ which a2nr well foe its future scccew; and feat !

Smtei ant tt'rj.lc rf the .Vrtr Yurk Custom';p GIX MAMTKACTCEEE: ATTORNEY AT LAW, r.. hase", on the first Monday in Oecetr.bt-r-nest within i tbe peculiar internal organization which cocaso !
I-hu-ir i o n "V i'r,:'jir..l t<, rt"f"n'cd I and weish an> I I William Barney and other, creditors aid estate. lezal hours, the following described property to them cannot be interrupted. !
taken hi- aWe)
Cation br>Mhi txtbu Market lieu ill attend! at I Palmyra Lee County Georgia, HAS up at Tallahassee, and will I n appelrin lo the satisfaction ,1| th* Court, b.J. wit :" f E M. W. KING. !
in the Court* of ihe Middle
the Depot or at at>. pUce within the hunt rot the .! \.H'Q\LD\ inform his friends and the public ireneI and of Franklin and Jacks >it Counties. Disliict iff.davitlhat! William Purnty Leonidas XVilley, G Bales Cotton at Depot in Tallahassee, President of the Fanltj.?

City at tb*.horte t noticeIn conjunction. with the I rally that he continue the abote buine at March t4, ]5:'J. 9HcQUZEff Henry Cl.rk, Mary McClure andThcrcaH J. Hardie, 2 do do *' Gin Hoa"Plantation of deft, May 11. 15--.0. IS > 6m ?
55 c.t'to"f'i hinz-! hi- aar* <;e yard in the tear olSlesir. hi* old! staud, \\berehe mil be happy.tIH1Jf'rIJfh.-C1 and Simon Ta,lcr. Defendant- the abc e ra;. reside (101.)) 1h4 Oed do ** ** ** f

.. KIRKSKYand U'lLLJK STORES where with a first rate article. As an evidence of iliequality McINTOSH beyond the limits nl the State of Florida, but 2/iX>lb4 clea o" *' Bounty Lands and Pensions.

fce wiU r'#ire COTTON FOR WEIGHING OR ON ;, of his work be would state that out of the ivitUn the limit of the United States : 2-'x acres net picked on-dersizn-ed i having made

( STOR\GE. The ub.friber'. strict attention and I Large number sold b>' him the past %"ar. not one has ATTORNEY: AT LAW It ft Ur rrr-t/. That said Di-fendanl appear and ItO Uuhet, Corn in Cub I. .. THE and, experienced arranzemenj Acenr lathe tri
rxBeriencefor the last three year? at the Depotwttl I: fail d to give perfect latisbctionandt"ould ac reference WILL attend thCirrint Court in tb, Eastern I II answer the Bill filed in this caue, on or beforatbe >('acre1'101 za'hered .* t of Washington, and being cow provided witk city.tie

be bope, brio;; him the roota of the Planters sivethe name r-t i any one who I.n: one of his ::! : the United Slate IL-tiitt Court at? i Mr:f MnrwJav in -brnart w-\l, otherwise th" Com- ?),&XJO( lbs Fodd in stacks I approved and requisite tcrmi, w i ill attend to tkeniJection
... aitj Merehaat* ''Qf'faU)'. O2kc in the rear of MrK ; Gins in u" Ilei.intlmtintenbr i :'hjsfttbli h_ I St. Aozu-tine : the Supreme Court at Uaha.ee : :I'lainanf'* Bill 'hal!! 1 be taken pro ronfmno: ProriJed L-'ied upon a the pro ,1 Cy of oid defendaritaridto of Claini-b Powers Atrrrney for -
rk tore wliere iiertber tna be found at ; raent -rab'y' lh car, b wh.cii he will and CUim ciiizen in Flori i A cop"f tliiOnler be publj..h..dr.ce a week Ently
1 *y' ; cvn : > means prosecute tur any put of ( be sold to satisfv said writ of fieri (acias.A. t'I Land, Pensions, and Claims tot Losses aad Sem.
all time be enabled tn fill crdr which !b..t he ida Government for (.mr month prt-cedinz th said fir.t Monday in I
'r ( year was in- a::ain t the at Wa ain:ton, eithei A. FISHER, Sheriff Ices the lnfed:: Scales Govfrr.Ecent.
CH.'RLC A. N\'ni.City able tod"vitnGiiH) il po, ible. superior any ev j I before Cnirc*-* or at thf [).'partrxwnu.S Febnurv next, in some newspaper piintnj and pot. Nov. 2. \. 1i_)._ J v ,H. T. BLOCKER, D. s. j|: "Officer upon*and soldiers 01! tbe war cf 1512 crefnvj
li-hed in the Middle Circuit f the ?latecf Horida. -- ----
i 4 Cation JVtigler.Sptera'w QinufiTtiirefl in .tmhwe-ternGeonia. He thinks J I 55AddreJick ynilie, East FUrida.Ausuit i : of' the Italian warmce 1'tOareentitbdto EcsarV
21,15V), 37 tf that even' yearV experience enables him to make 10 l IS'fi. ."51 Given at Chambers, !hi 5th plnber, 1S-;t. NoUce. j j
-- -- -_ _ -_ _ I little better article. THOMAS BALTZELL Judzp.A Land under the I.ect of Congress. For ttrT m r
1 T \ TILL be said at public outcry at rendered a cmderate compensation will be tfcars :
Leon Female Academy. j I Ceinza rncticalm* banic.anJ "it hat,deterrnined DR. WILLIAM H. BEAIFOSD true copv-Attest. t a I a \ t Columbus Columbia County. j deliver ol tbe warrant n the amount roJiftt.!

Tru,Tee i pr(po' e to elect a enlleman a* !I that none bat Gin ol the very fir.t cl.'s shall be inanufaclured Offirf, first Door West of Jodf Baltzcll's. OSCAR A. MYERS Clerk. : r Florida on tbe first Monday la January | eu.upou D. P. HOGCE. <

T2IB ip : of ifciInstitution, oa the 3Tth NoTembernsxt. i!" in bi* bupbe(eeh l sale! i inj-.varrantin: them May 2", ISo'J. :o LONG, ARCHER & CORLF.Y, next the writ known steamer GLASGOW.This .- j G. W. HCTC111NS.Tallahassee. t,

Thv will re111irelbe most satisfactory ; -I to operate to th. satisfaction ol the purchaser. He -- Solicitors for Complainant. Boat has been running on the Suwannee for the I" October 19, ISoO. 41 ,
tes'inwiiaUof chararreraa I Irartacityto teach the i will deliver them tree of charge to purchasers at Pure Sulphate of Quinine. sPr-trmbfor i. --.0 3.1 4m last two >ear, draws 17 inches lizhf and 2 feet 6

,"nal braaehe* in t :1i.",Cl,.'jicala'id htb.omati i their plantations. Middle Circuit of Florida. inches when loaded and M ill carry from three to tifeIlutlrt.d CITY I HOTEL. r
seal El'ic4tiwn. The offi r a lary of One lZo's.S All en aeineuts made with hi< tra'etlinpntc.. THE sabsrribc-rs have on hand two hundred and bales of Cotton Her Engines and Boilers .i

l/jrats.Avitb the ue of citnveaient cbooi rooms in I. promptly attended to. hare; obtained l direct from tle mauutactcrer, and CHANCERY.. Her timbers are sound and with. a moderate outlay i| coKmodions estabiishmeBf.sirMtel I

a re tired put of the city. The .cesful raudida 1 Repairing properly done in the most durable they mil warrant it to be a superior article.. Sit fur Injunction and litlirf. for repair of Wheel Houses, etc., she could be made LiLimmn.diateIc" West of theCapitelSjaacear ,-

i is expected to enter upon bit duties on the first da> mianer. We have enlarged our stock of Drues and Medicines j. Reddir.g Woolen and Jam< !> L. Shield, Compl'ts.M. lo an-wer a good purpose for a tow boat ot for trans- ,. the city ol Tallaha--, iDd Sited it up ?btfl
of January. !
J free ofepeneofpostazeo be a Jlrrs it Co.'sCAST IRON HORSE POU'F.RSU- orders 'tor articles bout line, al wholesale or retail James, Baker awl Samuel B..Love. Adriinistraters therundsof an enterprising individual or company, bet and nest approved style l of enfeitaimceat

,d toTHOMAS GAR MILLS in Southwestern' Geursia and Florida. on the mot accoumodatin" terms. t I I>'jnran Baker deceased Defendants.TTappearinz she ran d< ubtles be made a profitable concern. I i Havina: the adrantazeof ]are- and CM&fmtibJeparlors
BLTZCLL,1 B. F. WtIIT r.n. Contracts tan be made with my Travelling Agents. We have also! a (few accouut >et due to u< forth I to the "ali'ltcion, ol the Court that Fr.r further pailicular please euquire of Capt. I and suites ol room*. he will he prej-aredto

:M. .V. I..o *G. I J W. BAKER Any information wanted with rezard lo the CfWT and year 1S49. The are generally in small anur.b., JL the Defendant. June- M. I Baker resides in this DANIEL BELL, on board or to D. PERKINS commodate families and Inrnwh a separate taLk:

I). P. HOaUE j J. E. DROOME. operation of tb -se mill. can b, obtained by addres-- but if the whole could be paid shortly,it vrtuld sn State but be\ond the Mi.hdleCimcuit : flu Ordered. SMITH E.q., Columbus. aud members c-f he Lecislatnre can be providdiiri!

October 12, L'). 40 6* in: me at P.loiyn, Lee Cuant\ ,Georia. br toardslii1uithtin;celt in surnswfcich eowV.LEWI. Tnat the Defendant, James Baker do appear and Terms made known on day of sale. separate roomcr in parties, 3s1 they may preffrnd

-, :1- RicnnionJ l'1jf'f'r. Charleston J'eretiry, March 30,1 S50. 12. Iy. fc AMES. *n"wer the Bill filed in this cox within three months BT ORDER OF THE STOCKHOLDERS. a separate table also at any hour to suit eircffl-

'4HedeviILe Recorder, and NaahviUe Union will June '. )5-,0. 2J afer .the date hereof: .ind it further Ordered ColnmnbusFa-. Oct 12, 150. 40 Sentinel. venience.

4 l 4t-ae iiisert once a week for three weeks, and forward Dr. D. Jaynes' Family Medicines, I That a copy of this Order be published once a week The under i iend, inteadina: to use eveTymeaasIi .-
BlacksrnithingpHE New Goods. hb to keep a good boose, and to render L*
account stol his office.t COMPRISING! his Expectorant Hair Tonic Alterative. I: for the space of two rwmtl.s. in some newspaper power
lUir D>e. Carminitive Balsam Tonic under-izned refredf'1l1yinforos printed in the citv of Tal'.ahae.. State aforesaid. a larsje and carefully selected stock cf guests comfortable, and give general satisfactioB- .

% New; Goods.TUST \\rcif'J-, Sanative Pill*. end Arue Pills for sale bv J j: .:.- -L the rublic peneralh that, having THOMAS BALTZELL Jude. OPENING. Britania, and Bright Metal Ware licits a liberal patronaze. "1,
S t .1 SHIELDS & GOLb\VIRE i [employed superior Horse Sht T, he i* Atrnecopy-Attest. consisting in of Tea and Coffee Pots French There are good Stables attached to the prrarcs
reeeiffd b late arrival" (rom !New York part Wt.
> I which will be well supplied and properly atre
now prepared to execute all work in that Lur; in C. LESTER i,
R. Clerk.
S J general apartment of t GOODS consisting! ofTOJO June 15. lv;. 23 than Quiucv' Fla. ; a Cofiee Filtered. PitchersCaridteStieks cf different C. SOLLIES.

5' to L1 yard of Ne ro Ker,eyf, I superior manner, and on usual 'terms. Auzu 31, I S\)._:ti_2m_ qialitiesJelly Moulds, Glass Lanterns,Cake Baxes, Tallahassee,October 12. 1sQ.10

S IftW pair of Ru'*et Bro, 'lU. Dr. S. I*. -rowlI*Clld'5 ourSUI)urUla. I F. PAVNE. In Canimters, and a variety of other articles which
Dr. Sands' June 2''. iso_ 2-; If Chancery.
6W Blankets. do. tbe/ ofier for sale on reasonable terns.AUo and Goods.
39 Biles l Cotton Cnabor Dr. Wood's do. Notice.WE MIDDLE C RCUIT OF FLORIDAAT on hand a full and extensive stock of Tin New Cheap

t3. af Blown Shirtinsi and Sheetjnjs.Al Dr. Bull's do. CHAMBER, -\u="' 2!*, 1S.V i Ware of every description, manufactured here by i I AM receiving by the Wacissa and expecttfcrrg

S *%. a sea GOODS. Dr. Cum 'ock'lI Pain ExtrarIcr. the cext Lei$bture'or the State' cf Florida John p. Duval am? Ann F. Duval et al., Ccmplan'ts. Lead Pipe,Sheet Lead Copper, Zinc and Cistern I i cbandizs, which 1 invite my friends and (bepoSaki

.fJ u.Grted Tobjcco For sale by SHIELDS fc GOLD WIRE. for a charter for a Plank Roa Jrtm Ocah to the r.. i Punjp for sale. Tin Roofing Guttering, and Job i to call and see.
June ISV 23 than had of Silver Sprirs.' The Heirs Lad Datid M. I stock embrace Pry Goods, Croe&esC'ii1' ti-
7 at S. Nailii.S2il 15. Qnincy, Fla. ( -S at Sheffield deceased, Work executed faithfully and with despatch. I My
,. -. I "DAVID fJard"ue.l'rockffj. awl K- *,. j
) Sacks Turk's UlauJ Salt -- -- ------ whose names are unknown. |T. WHITE & CO. Baszinz:

3".n .* Liverpool ..03'J I Dr. Woodriiir's Dysentery Cordial JNO. G. KEAP.DON, IT appeannz to the satiatactina of he Court .that September 21, 15-W. 37 tf I tcTo t the Ladies I will exhibit" beaotuuinl-
Northern Vermifuge, W. S. HARRIS th heiit at law of David M Sheffield.! deceatd lection of Silks S.ti.n.s9.onn..tt, hoes.Capes Parisi4*.
75 BarrtJ id": Baud* Lt-ather Kainiljr Flottr Mother's Ftieud and Liquid Cathartic C. A. M. MITCH EL, do not reside; in this State hut in the Sute; nt Connecticut Bounty Lands and Pensions. i ,Yisttes,Scarls Veils,.t.t'l..c.aU moa17 .

100 ColU Dr. Gordon's Anti.illitu, Pills B. A. CARTER, : It it Ordered, That the I.eir* at law ol 'T1 HEundei!irnedbavins e arrangement*with low for cab.My tl
Rjpe.IW ) Dr. Hasting'a CGmj'lounc1rup cf NapS!ha, STEPhEN BRYAN said David M. Sheffield do and Store between Mr. Kirk t's and1fr..U t
piece lieutuckv Razsinz for sue br appear ar s:er to the J. a corapetert Aent in .the City ol Washington, is
BETTON & IIIGGSptP.tnJ i. Dr. Little's Tonic Bitten.Tonic Pills, ;and Vermi- JOHN SCOTT, .a.d Bill tit Complaint, in ;this ce filed within tour are now prepared to take powers of attcrney lor the liam. PaT rr.e a T: and I will 1 eoioruarii1c. Jf I
fuze, Lucina Cordial S. G. BROWN months from the Jate hereof / it THOMAS H.-\YWAlJ
? r 2' 1S-VL 39 3t : < ufttrthtr Ordered. collection of Bounty Land Claims and Ptntiant, tion.
--- Rmiworm and: Tetter Ointment French Mixture JOSIAH! PAINE ThaI a copy of IhisOrdtr: Uublih; '-d, or.ce and will give their strict attention to Ihe same. October 12, 1 SJO..IO t;

.5 Notice.- Dr. Spencer's Vegetable: Pills and Bitters. SIMEON HELVEXSTO.V.Marion a week lor the space cf tour irionth, in .me i,-"#- Address, McQUEEN McINTOSH, -S.- ".

lit:firm of N>*h Si Taylor i is this day lsoUed/ Dr. Marphey'* Siijar Coated Anti-Fever Pills Co'int>. Sept.8, [il] l;-'n*. 37 3m paper. printed in the city of Talkhas-ee! Stale olFlorida. Jak'tr.nillC' East Ft a. Tax Collector's Sale.
T Dr. Ler ft4.e't"ta le Universal Pills -
by mutual consent. Those indebted ill do us Dr. Pele'N't'etable Agency of CHAS. W DOWNING. virtue of the power vested in me b b\f.I
the pleaecre to ettle u soon as i os ible. Pills I THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. Tallehauee, Florida. BY for sale before tbe C expo-
Mitchell's E DR. FITCH'S
Thompson's Eve Water A true -Attest. .
M. NASH. copy September 2S, 35 tl [Sentinel l ] in Ihe County of Gdden, on tie
MnlfdtPh nix Litters and Life Pills
BALSAM Pectotal SC.R'EUS.( Clerk.
J. L. TAYLOR. Expectorant.L described
October 1 130. next" PI
of the
May following
Dr. Rose's Couch Syrup, Pulnouary LinitLent Pure and Medcmal Cod Bt HfGHBCHEK, Jl.. D. C. Bounty Land and General irenty at Washington. I I Monday the St21**
much thereof will
Genuine Stoujhton's Bitters. The above well Liver Oil. .\ ".UJllpe-ptIC Mature, Ii'emne, Yer- ;"TI t 31. 1*.;,. 34 4m prty, or so a? pay :
The business herealtvr will be conducted underlie kk own and popular remedies for sale County Tax due thereon for the year 1S-50, aM
I i by mifu;e, Depurative Syrup Heart Ccrrctir, Humor T. WALKER will sive and effi- I: *
firm of NASH it CO who respectHlly solicit SHIELDS & GOLDIVIRE Holmes Circuit Court. JOSEPH prompt necesSary expenses incident thereto,!j wit
Corrector Cou h and Cathartic Pills Feuale! Pills
share of the the citizens generally. ; to the BOUNTY LAND CLAIMSof The E If SE4of Sec 21 the N E1cf'theNWjSec'22inT2RNorth
a patronage o I June 15. :. 23 than j ,
Quiney Fla.Nunn's Feraale Specific &c., &c., used him constantly Richard Bud I
hand general assortment by } Officers and Soldiers ensued in tbe Florida Jl'ar and Wtsf.-
They expect to keep on I
of Good Medicine* and such other articles u are I & Clark'sCELEBRATED and with unprecedented succe in the tmtment of tf. > Bill for Divorce. or either of the Indian Jl'ars in which the United the waters of Crooked Creek in Gadsdea CiiOt'I .
S in their line of business. Cold, Coughs, Consumption, Asthma Heart Diseases Sarah Boyd, ) States have been engaged, or the Her with GreatBrain I Florida tobel" to Fabian \rmiltnd.
generally purporting n
October kept. 1SW. 39 NASH & CO. I PIANOS:-warranted:.-.6J, 61.I Dyspepsia Scrofula Skin Disease. Rheomatism JT appearing to satisfaction of the Court that of 1512, and to any description ol business HUGH; O. ::\:.
I grand action Pianos.JEolian i Female Sarah Boyd the Defendant resides ,
Complaints, Pilestc-.ltc. beyond thejntisdiclion requiring an Aent or AUerne! at Washington. For Tax Collector for Gadsden C-tf-
New Goods. I -ALSO- Dr. Fitch's unequalled Patent Silver Plated Abdominal ot this Court and out of the State of procuring Land Warrants, his cbarge will be $SIn .- I November 2 1S.13 to
I Attachment Pianos,with Ires'Tune. Supporters; Dr. Fitch's Improved Patent Florida: other cases, it will be proportioned to the nature I _
TUST received per Scbr. Elizabeth from New York, able R t Jefferson
I viz Silk Mantillas Ladie. Dress Goods, Ladies I It i I County Tax
I : application to Tube said Bill
by D C. WI LSOS. haling plead answer or demur to of Complaint He will also act,in connection with Agents and Attorneys '
Merino Vests, Ladies Riding Gloves &C-, ana for June virtue of authority vested in uebiIWJ'expose 1
within said
1,183(7. 21 tf three months or Bill will be taken pro
in Florida, who be in
may employed Bounty ***"
.ale by for sale before t*: Court
DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX LECTURES eanfeno aainstlid Defendant : Land and other Claims, on terms which may be firstf-!1'
September 23, 1SJO. 35 Monticello.e n on the
GUNSMITHING. on the prevention cure of Consumption,Asthma, Jlnditujurtker Ordered That this notice be agreed u.cn. Letters, (which should be post paid) Connty. ]ll "
May next. & ctioo 21,Tcw sbip 1.
To Planters.TTIIII Diseases of the Heart &c., and on Ute method of published in nome public newspaper printed in Ibe will receive immediate attention. nd i3

-I.1 rilJN-SMITH WORK all descriptions, done preserving Health and Beauty to an dd age. This Si ate for three months consecutively. ADZ. 5, lSO. Washington City, D. C., Sept. U, ISO. 36 tf and Maria East Talifaro's, or so much double thereof Taxes as will due pay the $5C .
: subscriber will make cash advances on COTJL GEORGE S. -
VJ with the utmost Precision and Despatch bv book should be in ev ry family. To 'ihe Consump- HAWKINS aDd cCl'5.
TON AND TOBACCO shipped to Messrs. Coe tire it Judge Western Circuit. Notice. County, amounting to$15 ..besi Ct''J
the subscriber his shop next door to Dr. Barnard's points out the only reasonable lope for relief. Aid CceatJ
Auderjn & Co., New York. J. M. WILLIAMS.Sw4erabtr Particular attention paid to country orders and the To mot hers, tbe direct ions it gives forthe care and September 2S. 1S30. 35 3m THE subscriber having fitted up the TAN ERY Jefferson Said and Lands known are as situated the Barbour in the Hill Tnd-

patronage all is solicited. education of children are invaluable. "JS.OOO copies Notice. this place known as Baker's Tan>ard, has JOHN WOOlEN,

.____ II, IfcW. 39 tf Door Locks Repaired, & Ac.CHARLES. of this book have passed through the press. and the now oa hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHERfor Tax Collector for Jefferson county.
DEMILLY. sale continues unabated. For sale byS. S. Fitch & ALL persons creditors legatees, entilled to dis sate ; and will have fine BOOTS and SHOES November 43 I1
New Goods. 2. 1550.
Tallahassee, May 25, IS30. 20 Co., 707 Broadway w Yoik and by or otherwise interested in the estate made to order. He has on hand a superior article of _
.t HOST are now receiving by recent SHIELDS & GOLD WIRE, of William Woofen late of Jefferson County Florida doubled-oled l NEGRO SHOES. He would here return CoHectafi fr

HRIK\... fmm New York and New Orleans, a THE; TRUE MEDICINAL Quincy, Florida. deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their his thanks to the citizens of Gadaden and the Jefferson Coimty Tax I3.I I
general *,.rmet of *'ucb goods as are Deeded in fJCh: Dr. Fitch's Guide to Invalids e r Directions lo claimniand demands within two years from this dateto adjoining Counties for their past patronage and say BY virtue of authority vetted in me by

this taarklc>Htiuns to part of- COD LIVER OIL persons using Dr. Fitch's Remedies.to be had,gratis, the undersigned or the same will be barred ; and to Ibeca that be will continue to manufacture Lea e loi sale before the Court Hook J

Bacon Sides Shoulders and sugar-cored hams in the cure of Scrofula Consumption of all his Agents. all persons indebted to said estate are requested to ther, Boots, and Shoes at his old stand in Gadsden Monticello,Jefferson County,on the first U1t'oaa'

S BrowD.Cr..b ,aud Loaf Sugar USEFUL ,Asthma Bronbjtjs Coughs JI'oP1'i.! 1 850._23_I1Jm_ make immediate payment. County near Qnincy. He will be glad at all lime February next, the West | of Section 7 mach,
Rio Laguira aad Java Coffee and all diseases of the Chest and Lungs. A supplyof JAMES R. TUCKF.R Sheriffof exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark ship 1,ot Range S.Norlh and East or so JJ

> Bale Rope and Twine Floor Lard Tobacco, this valuable medicine is just received, which is SHIELDS & GOLDWnUE Jefferson County and ex cffieio Adm'r. Hides crippled negro boys or his own paper. of M will pay"and satisfy W. HrciJtod"$3 .

Soap StarchSperm and Adamantine Candles warranted pure and of very superior qnalitv. HAVE just received a lare and general assort. Jefferson Coanty.September 25. 1dJ. 38 3m 09-:: Good Boot and Shoe makers of steady habits, due the State and County, amoanti to al_ ia
Tin Ware nt of Drags Chemicals sides costs and charge Said Lands are
Imperial and Black Tea. Powder For sale by LEWIS & AMES, Medicines can have employment.
0.S And a Rood assortment ol. Crockery Gla-w and StoneWare May 2.S. 1S30. 20 Tallahassee fla. Paints, Oils, and Dye Stuffs which.the will sell w. H. MCMILLAN. the said County of Jc erson. -

' and AVu/wdry, DuruUe and Gunny Bag on the. most leasonabte terms for cash or approved SIX months from date, tbe undersigned.Executor TallahasseeFebruary 2, ".. 4 ly JOHN w)1'P.CG51'
4 ginf, which they will sell *t fair prices. Notice credit. Persons wisbinggenuine unadulterated med the lact will and testament of Uz Williams Tax Collector for Jefierson

October 5, IS50. 39 TS hereby given that at Ike next session of the Gen. icines before,purchasing will do well e1sevbere.Quiocyiane15,1Si to call aDd. examine their stock deceased rf late of of GacUden said County, will apply to the .ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, November2,15i0. 43 .3ID_
Judge County tor a final -
r discharge
era Awembly of the Stale of Florida.application '
I ) 23 than and settlement up from said estate. Notice.ALLpewow .
New Stoves. will be made fur an act of incorporation fur the pur. SAMUEL WOODBURY Stock, and Cotton in Ware-house f
Parlor pose of constructing a Plank Road from Notice. Executor. BUlLDI\GS. loss having demand aeai" thud:
JUST receiving from New York Cooking Allocator Gad. i"n CountyS.ptember 21. l- :".. 376m by fire. ;
Air Tight Stoves ol the most approved patterns Columbia County, to some point /o the St. John's cr x months after date the undersigned makf LEWIS k AMES }late of Leon ConstJ.

I and latest stylet.. Call and Examine them. St Mary'e River. JAMES S. JONES S application lo the Court of Probate of Leon Notice. January 26, 1550. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. will present them to the DBdersfyned; "J"' 'IIJirIiI

o S T. WHITE CO.September President of the Meeting. County (or letters of dismission as administrator of IX months after date the undersigned Administrator prescribed by the statule.or this raoticewUJ J
4 21. iSO 37 tf August to. 1650. 31 3m the estate ot Joseph W. Lea, deceUP.d.JOHN' S of 'he lire Robert Fisher, will present Garden Seeds. in bar of JOHN th.ir recovery.R- CRUMP, Qualified M0*-

: New Goods. JlcDOUGALL Adm'r. their final account and vouchers to the Judge of Leon ; A LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS 42 St
October 26
$ NoticeIS November2l5.O. -43 6m Probate Court and uk for a,discharge from said es i just received from the celebrated garden of G; 15.0.r

p: I GEORGE H. MEGINNISS it now receiving a foil hereby given, that application will be made t 10 5- Notice. late. R, Garretsonr on Long Island. For sale by

of GOODS tuiied to the f.altOn.' viz- the General Assembly the State Florida, al R- W. FISHER,} I LEWIS AMES. Notice. irttdtt
tI/ Blankets, Kcr e}' Hats Cap. Boots anj Shoes. its next session, for acts of( .incorporation of( plank SIX months after date application will be made W. E. FISHER, < Adm" Jannary 5,1530. 52 creditors legatees, and reoJfl tef

ON HAND. roads (rom the city Tallaharaee, one to Thorna the Hon. Judge of Probate for Leon County Jot'l' 20. I .JO. 29 Km ALL in tbe estate oJO f'.ri-

A good "pply of Btgging;, Rope, Twine Salt, villa and Montictlloone to QuiDCJ'.Ind one to some for Utters disminivn from the estate of Thomas Bagging, Rope, Twine, &c. late of Jefferson County, deceased "vitt4.r

be.. and all other articles necessary for the aeanonG. point on the St. Marks river. Willie deceased.'late of said County. Notice.SIX pieces and half pieces tied that their claim and demand ww T
II. MECINNISL Tallahassee, August 10, 'SO. 3m 31 SAMUEL C. WHITE Administrator. months after dale we shall apply to the Twine the expiration! of two years from thd,! 'a
s.-pffrolt", I& ,. If May IS, :. ID 6m Judge of Probate in and (of Benton Rope same are exhibited to the subscriber;7 '-
S r Alcoholic Exiracl CnniialiU Indus County,for discharge from any farther administra- Bacon Side and Hams, who bare any demand azaiost id eIa{ "l

", Heady Made Clothing. or Liquid dbtfiu.l'Jalctr. Carpeting, &c. tied on the estate of Charles Laingdeceasedlate of Lard and Flour new wheat, hereby notified :o present them "i1hOtlt .1P"

TWCI'reeIv'from NfJW Yoik ppr&hr FJizabeth Phllotoken, Nervine 5 ROLES two and three ply Carpeting Wool Benton County, South Florida. Allow and Ground Morn Salt, those indebted lo said, deceased are DO* '

a, gitod '-ofRBADY MADK CLOTHING, Nerve and Bone Liniment. For sale bY 10 bnadiome Hearth Rujs C. T. JENKINS ) Table Salt. For ale by to make'immedbte payment t. J'
.,,4 fnriila by rii, M ;! M vi co. SIIIE1DS & GOLD WIRE. 2 pieces Green Baize Carpelinsr. for sale br' J. B. ALLEN.Adm ". D. C. WILSON. JOSHUA TAYLOR. S "f.* 3JI

l'fe"I\Mr 2R, J J3O. 3$ June 13, ISM. 23 11 Jin Quiney, Fla. October 19, 15,0. 41 C C. BYRD & CO. Jane 22,1550. 21 6m August 2-1, 1550. 33 Jeff rscD County, October 2u.JSUJJ -