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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 23, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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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: floriMwt & ourna1.FL1LISIIE9 HcCABTHTS COTTON GINS. From tLo Son. of Temperance Offering fur 1S5L. it Docs head ? ;j

f"nHE subscriber has made further improvements A STORY FOR WIVES.: r he asked.ypnr fee any better, Margaret return, she failed to exercise a due sIon- self-control, hw wiib appeared bo losing th* i'' .
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on theMe Gins and as they are now made, believes trot She did not remand tho evil spirit of little portion shs had "
possessed at the time of
EVCBY Sm'RDlY ETEMXC.TERMS that they are better than any other Roller Gin"hate"er T. S. AKTlirn. No, wa the only she made in complaint, but let it still her. their :
\ over The
\ The Colton,also,will command a better :low, constrained '-oice.u rspuS reign marriage. consequences growing .
: price in New York or Liverpool from t hee Gins t than Come round to Guy's to-night, Ned," saida is not good for Tlie consequence wo have seen. ,Long before out ofone of her perHHlieal fits despondency ; '

TRUE DOLLAR per annum, tf paid in advan'e.TIlIEt from any other Gin. The following certificates will younjj acquaintance to Edward Nichols, as you to sew, if your headaches the hour of ten arrived, Mrs. Nichols l be. and ilUham-v' ; we Iiavp>jt t dc ribt..ol. .

AND A uzrlfpaid wiihni, six month show the estimation which they arc held in this they fetood exchanging a few words at the kind resume. Nichols, still in a very ;. gnu to look for her hu-band's return and to Ere this, although hrrhuU aid had never A' f'

rOaR Iou-R i if I not paid until tle end aft heycar part of the country. corner of a etrett, "her they had paused for Uut to{this wander why ho staid out so long. Tea o' complained: Mr?. NichoU had ort.?n felt that .
will be no answer was given. jt \ ,
Th4"ie tPllns rigidly adhered to, and clock at length and still he it
moment two their came, was wa* to
a or ere different away. wrong th-ew sa much her
) i
Bo'p !'er illuedicoitinued unlilall airearagt-sare i GADEDCX COUNT, Fla., Sept. 20, lS.r>0. taking "I'm going out for a little while said Mr. She to ,< t )
paid( onle-x at the option tli t the publishers Sub- I liave been running one Jarott's J Improved Mc ways homeward."What's Nichols., now began to hearken for approaching feelings; and she had often trbd to force J- f

icribrrs will be received for three months at One Carthy's Roller Gins for more than three months, to be done there?t" inquired Nich "Well," was the brief this foot-steps, and listen for his well-known tread hack the Kiihappy spirits that came intruding f '' ';

\ Dollar-six months at $1 :0. Every order tor theft and have.in timeginned out large amount of ols. nication. reply) to commu among the many sounding feet that echoed themselves into h:r mind. Hut it was hard (f. '

|'ero"t of this county must be accompanied with Cotton with it. It has given me no trouble, and I "Nothing particular. But do And still she sewed on without along the pavement) to break a long continued habi Her _
thr casH, unless the order cotnes t hrou;!) of our have lost no time with it. I have also obtained! the very you once lifting her eyes from her work. What resw- '. :
any can him
r.alarly authorized agents in the Stale.ADVEKTISEMrXTS very highest market price in Liverpool for my Cotton come round, and Il promi'you a pleasant As Mr. Nichols was altogether in earnest herself with keep so late (i" she asked tauce was feeble and the baniers she sought r !

from this Gin. I am much pled with the Gins evening." he. a rising emotion of anxiety. to int_'rj)' were' quickly h.vept away. 'v
turned
now .
and left the
and recommend them to the public.JAMES "I believe I'll stay at home with m wife," he did away room. Tlie At length all became still ia the street.- Tlie rebuking, words; of her husband utter- '..1.
moment his .
!
wife
1 s-o, her work fall The
MIMS. ) Itt I of
munner voices
,
;
: Will; U inserted at tlie rate of One Dollar persauare replied _Nichols. IllUllt ht r I.ITI_, and_._ rli"inf was hushed and onlItmv edin hij (lruk.'nutulrv1xect1ve'tatedraggetIth I f.. T i. J
li.t.n.1
of twelve lines far i ne nrM,ana fin Well like I n :J..IIl,1. lI(1 tIlt.1J was Iward. tlw fiulf."l1. .,r ." "L n>il from li kfjtPt, ri."..* I said fitIter
) cents for each GAPSDEN COUNTV, Fla., Sept. 27, lSi(. just as Jon tlie other.- i in an attitude of much interest. She heard i --- --- v.- \'log, to eo t. ..

clI e nl'nt inierli..n. A reasonable! deduction I hereby certify that I have ginned seventy.bales! happy to see }"ul:1 Guy's; but, if you find h her husband descend the stairs it.rpas eng't'r. the true relation she l bore him: and how she '
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made *11}
notices the
wilibe on e tate notices t at Mrs. Nichols 'f <
,)'It.h' of Sea Island Cotton with Jarott's McCar at home thf-re. pause now began to feel alarmed had been him \
as gradually
J niticcs! without alteration, by Improved more agreeable stay Should I h lat-stand for his coat and ht and thieui alienating from her. jf 1 1selfanil f
: I accounts with the office. persons havingTfT' I thy's Gin i ,and think it superior and far preferable,on the time, however from am* caue, hang heavy :dong the hall and move well as anxious. Never before had her hus home. And the dreadfnl consequences .

All 11n.I1''pm.ntll- f candidates, for office, FJVF many accounts,to any other I have ever tried. I believe on Jour hands, just drop" round and help us he ttreet-door., fual., pass out through band staid out until so late an hour, unle,<*<*I of that alienation How the thought made i'
l they 110made., will the ;
as arc they five, on anavcrase jar of the l he had
"LL\ft-in'arillbly in advance. given special notice of his her shudder. .
No attention to tend and hour intended .'
forthieemonthswithout I lepair,t three hundred {( or two. Ny word for it,,p door was heard, the burst into tears and t :. ,
WIlt he paid to with anyordertarannouncement.unlcMtccompanied the cah. pounds per day. GEORGE A. CROOM. you'll find more than one :agreeable conipanloon. b jitterty. She did not again resume !her work.wept asked absence.herself Where this could he be I In vain she i It i.4 no wonder that Mrs.( Nichols had no l'\,. .

mlrri" and ." For question. Eleven o'clockcame : inclination for sleeyy ; nor that she the '.
relilious
"while spent .
All ; obituary notices published a after her tears ceased to flow :
gUluitoll.1y. but cditol jal! notices for private QCINCY, Florida, October 10, 1S10. The young men parted and Edw:1c Nichols she sat in reflective and still he was a"'a.s" the watchman's most of the hours of that dreadful night in r
a attitude.
benefit,will be charged as advertisements. This i is to certify that we have examined the Gins latter drear voice, giving notice of the hour, came tears. "
of John M. Jarolt, of( this punuellis way "Ah me at si hcd--
place, commonly! known Ehe length wish b loud and shrill
had {'en about two I had on the air her babe awoke, It was long post day light when Mr. Nichols .
JOB as the McCarthy Holler Gin, (for Sea Island: Cotton) mrid 3'cars. more control over and its t,
WORK. and have seen the same in operation. -We da nih t On entering the room where his wife was; On leauiighis house m'elt Nichols cries filled the chamber. Some minutes awoke! The sun was shining brightly :
We ire well prepared to execute Job Work, sncht hesitate to that, in the proceeded were spent in hushing it to into the from the
say our opinion cotton prepared biting, Nichols saw, with a f feeling of disappointment direct sleep, and room open nrt iins; but all .
bills,cards blank*. pamphlet*,.c.,with neat- for market by this Gin i i01 cleaner or prepared to Guy's hotel. If there had lien the troubled wife stood silent He '-
again at the was raided himself
that there in-
ne!s and! Jcgpatrh. All woik of this description in better t>t 1\le than from at.y Roller Gin we arc acquainted 1 was a cloud upon herbrow. b een sunshine at home, there would have low, listening for the w up and looked

except for person* !having; >earlv accounts with ) with We do not believe that the staple is The cloud had appeared so often,that jeen no attraction for him abroad. If he foot-steps of her husand. around. On a sofa lay his, wife asleep. J .

the office, must l be paid for on delivery. at all injured. by said Gin, and think cotton from he was getting discouraged. could have found > Tears were glUtenhig on her pale cheeks.his .- "

-- -, I them will command as much as any othei Roller Gin "Is anything wrong, Margaret!" he askedKindly. I "ic would not have companionship felt the least in inclination his wife, Hark Surely that is his tread ? And yet in head ached and his mind vas confused ;j"

BERRY & ROWLES whatever.SMALLWOOD. 1 fur such something it differs therefrom. It licks the Some moments 'Ial.st'd| before ho was able tit I
dangerous .
inrlioacm and Commission merchants and -, GIBSON, & HARRIS. ..No," was the brief reply, uttered in a I now seeking. companionship as he was t'venncss and firmness of his step. Nearer to comprehend the meaning of what lie saw and 'l' *

Collon Brokers.rpfllNKFUL OCJ-: One of the above Gill? can be seen at Mr. David complaining tone of voice. "Is Mr. Anderson here!t" inquired Nichols he he window is bends the anxious wife; and now felt. GnidufJIy! then, the memory of hkevening's :.

C. Wils >n'> store in TaUaha" Nichols and to the crib in s listeiring with a breathless eagerness i, debauch! grew distinct, and thern
for the favors ol the past season, anlba'in ee They are warranted sighed, turning I of the bar-keeper at Gu's."You'l I i.
J. flittered theinM-lveR that the) gave ais-! to perform well. All orders promptly attended which their babe lay sleeping, bent over t find him t t; must be her husband; yet, why should 1 was a faint recollection of wiu t he had sail *?; ''
number
fartinn to I iheir patron, again olTer I their sen ices as to. JOHN M. JARROT. and] looked down its sweet face. i the at eight i was here be a change in his walk I He i-j at the: to his w ife on coining home. l'
COTTON r.ROKCR Quincv. October 10. l .r fl. 41 7t upon PlT' "Its on the second floor, at the 1 door. He has '
They will a'tend:
to the naleol Don't wake child, Edward" said his f end paused. MI1I.icllOl.l faceUres.ed With deep si i_h the unhappy man threw .
tIlt ;ar of the
COTTON by sample and.cet the hi htt price TOWLE & MYERS, wife in fretful passage. > against the window pane. Her him>elf back his pillow.! That a
a "I've been thanan eyes upon sigh \
that the mat ket will aUow, and make prompt i etui in more To number Nichols As he i.
011111') ( same. Alwav* on the spot, the)' will be able Watchmakers and Jewellers, hour trying to get her asleep." approached the eight door loud and repaired. arc striving to pierce the darkness, but shesees |enetratcii the ears of his wife, and she start. I t

10 take every advantage of the fluctuations of the p H procured the service Nichols stood a moment or two, still gazing were within. He did, merry voices nothing. Hark Yes! It is her husband. ed up with an answering sigh.i Nichols per- f'

iiui-Let. Their charge"ill be as follows of Mr. ALLEN, formerly of I the not hesitate to enter, lie has ascended the steps, and now she dis- ceived this and let his lids fall.
tranquil face of the child and I ---feigning
For bale of 12 bales or let-s, a. _. .a.6&' this upon for the voice of Anderson i ?,
fiO cents bale. city,they are now prepared to was distinguishedamong inctly hears the
.. 2i 41) per.. execute all woik in Ihe above line.with promptness t then raised himself from his stooping posture the rest. the rattling of his night-key in slumber. lie saw nothing, but he heard lioJ
lock.
sa 4, 40 .. and in the f his ho did the Why does ho not entt"d'hat I: wife approaching' felt her breath hi ..
3) most satisfactory manner. To our f 1'1 i iend fixing {eyes as so, upon countenance "Nichols! exclaimed the individual upon .
Over4U u 23 at i distance an early attention to all woik which I t of his wife. There was not an expression mentioned just: keeps him so long at the door? It is not locked forehead as she bent over him. What was
forward and
flF.RRY & ROWLES, may be forwarded to us, will be given. in i it that a man conld love. .\ hand coining grasping the against him. that upon his chek, the sudden touch of
}peeish of the
New Building", Main Street. TOVVLi & MVERS. new.comer. .I thought 3'ou'd[ At last the entrance which
September! 14. 1550.( 30 Cm September 2S IS.'O. :S tf \ unhappy temper, had, for the time, absorbed ; be here. Right glad am I to see !I" door was effected. The sent a thrill along his nerves? It was
-- -- ,- ---- every attraction. The husband feltrepulsed. you swung heavily open[ and struck tg ..t a tear! A stifled sob was now heard. And .

CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, Towle & Myers, Leaving the room: without a remark by Quite three as other warm was the welcome extended L the wall with a jar. Then shuffling soundof I then his wife moved from the bed-side. ?" -

BY MILLER & BROKAW, HAVC on hand,and are now receiving,a new and I he went down to the md taking young men, all' of whom were feet was heard, and then the door closed 1 | Oh, how wretched! they both were OIi, .
I : assorlnient of GOODS, consisting of parou acquaintances of licwls'. [hey were sit. with a loud bang. how did }both shrink
I Tal/nIHISH't', Florida. i book and read intensely from the
a sat mo- I
was ,
I Gold Lever I Hunting Watches, uuti au- a table, on were this time + /,
ting brandy By the heart
of
_1'HF. pubscriliCiKvonl4 inform thtir I Gold Anchor Lever do nounced.There. cigars. Mrs. Nichols was ment when they should look into each othcr'J'j; '
( and the in I throbbing; with a new and fear. conscious faces! Shame 'j ,
public genera1fritat Silver Lever Hunting do was no pleasant light in the face of strange deep and
: : thi-y ate receiving large supply Silver Anchor Lever do Irs Nichols as she joined her hu&b.-uidattlie "help youref" sidmlrson, placing a Wliat could this mean I Eagerly she listened mortification were in the heart of one; and .)

table. of tho
sale on the moM ud$onahle I terms. Person The hitter passageand r';
and Ladies' I5o'ntn Pin,a general assortment did not hesitate about complying came with kind of "
within: to buy, are requeued to call and examine Don't feel well ?" he ask a lumbering noise up other. 't *
of Car and Finger Ring*, Gold Guaids and you Margaret with this but 1 I j
their slock. October 10. 1 fI.'.O.) 41 Keys, Fob and Vest Chains, Seals, Gold and. Silvei. I {d. of request and poured out a sti.glas. the stairs. A moment or two and the door For full halfan hour did Nichols continue (
drank
NEW I''>ncils,Gold Pens.GoldandSilvcr'Spectacles; Gold i "313" head aches" was returned. Lrand. it on of her chamber was thrown open and he to feign sleep. He could not make up hi.* j ,

GOODS. S Sleeve Collar and Rosom Bui Ions, Silver, Pearl, and "I'm What has "Tae :cigar, was next invitation. came in. One glance was sufficient It revealed mind to meet his wife after the debauch ho \
caused
T M. "'11.1.1tIS hat just received by vessels Shell Card Cases, Gold and Silver Thimbks fine sorry. Te cigar was accepted and Nichols the blasting truth that had I
lit he in
,) "Dish had come indulged on the previous night and for ; *
!r'
J from New York and New Orleans a barge and Fans, Silver and Buffalo Combs. water ejaculated Mrs. Nichols, interrupting began to feel himself more and more at hointvery home in state of
a intoxication. which
wlcrt Stuck cij aU the Also, French Manlle Clocks Table he now heartily despised himself.
Goutln that are required in the Knives, TeJ what her lm band was about to sa' eI "
mrket. He would call Mie attention ol his cUt totu. Trills, Plated and Silver Ware, Silver Table and TeaSpoons and down the tea-jxt she had )I moment Good evening, Iistres Nichols!"said he All !f' he sighed, as he lay musing o>er
eli to HI') Goods, Silk anti Fancy Goods' Plated Spoons, Forks, Cream and Soup La- setting ltd, \ the business on hand ?I" he inquired as he staggered in. "I hope to find in the unhappy aspect of affairs "if i
with you i ; Margaret *
Clothing ol the latest fvlle lor Gent's wear, dlen, Plated Waiters do.Tea Sets, Castors, Candlesticks a jar upon the traN Such tea!1" the afe he had commenced smoking. a better humor than *' would control .
at herself
Fashionable Hats,Cap and Honncis, Solar Lamps, SiUcr and Gilt Girandoles. added,as she took uf the lid!and looked within I- enjoy He you were tea-time. only a little more. If .. .f
was replied.At
BooU, Shoes and Gaiters (or Gents and Ladies,! Also,fine double barrelled Guns, Shot and CzrneHags the tea-pot she rung the taLlc. h, this onrcvcs. spoke sarcastically.The she would only make borne the pleasant place .. .

Gent'ti r-nd Ladies Silk and Gingham Umbrellas, and Flasks,fine pocket Knives, Porte Monnios it : ncI the cook made her cl a Srn.nt entered with a poor stricken wife could not utter a it should be, nothing could tempt me abroad

PrrfunitTy. Soaps. Hair BrushesTooth do Port Folios, Violins, Claroncts! and Flutes fine Ra7. npp'arnce."Jm'lt number of dishes on a tray, and commenced word. She stood as if fixed to the spot, her into such companionship. .
Tuck and Si VCorabfc of Sliell: and Horii ors. Strops, &,c.Be&t I told 3"ou o\er Jmt not) l 133'ing the table. cheek blanched and At he
an expression of tlie length, as lay v.iih such fill!
L die Mantillas (now patteiiiSj) quality and general assortment of Perfumery, to up the tea-pot in thisvay.. You'vemade "Ah! some eating to be done I thoughts .
see, remarked deepest her his
grief mind
on ing '
liasset.Kip and Calf Drowns, &.e., Lc. TOWLC & MYEKS.Septemcer25 tea enough, for a dozen j people, but it'sas Nichols. countenance. a sigh moved his lips, and forgetting .

Hsrdwaie, Crockery and Iron and Steel, J650.( 2S week as dish water. Here! Pour it out Hope you've enjoyed yourself," he continued L- I that he was acting a part his e3 e.4
And "
Paint and Lamp Oil, Glass some drinking into the bargain, saiJ he sunk into unclosed.
and Putty and as a chair, his head falling 1. Mr?. Nichols was standing .
draw near
,
l&O: keg cut and! Rail Road fresh tea,and don't fill the pot morethan one of the ,
Nails Office
wrought and Drads, company, smiling. on one side i almost to his shoulder. looking upon his face. '.
Etauketi, Kerseys, Wool Hat-, Yovtmbtr J, IbOO j a quarter full.
I "Hopeyou've come prepared with "I have I "
!
a good:
Enjoyed myself first-rate. Are not well Edward .
Rlack'iniitb's and Carpentci's Tools, a Resolution of the Board: of Directors the rate i Jane looked vexed r.t this rebuke; appetite." This said \ I you T. she asked, 4
BY 'tnderson."It's
Pourhon and Greeu Tea Chet se, transportation on the following articles is reduced but removed the tea. shr was "by> Prime oysters and terrapin ; wine, brandy, stepping to the ed. iJe quickly, and laying ;


Buckets, T jb Chwrns"JMfVefc, efilrt from the first day of November, 1S50: NichoK gave vent to a number of angry Never fear but what i'I do 1113-part." Better than moping at home with a wife in i I voice was low' earnest and tender. ... .

P.acon Sides, .ar-cured Hams, Lime,Cement, Slate, ,Brick and remarks about the trouble she had to get Soon the table
Hay Stone other
was with the "
Salt coarse and fine-Loaf and btown Sugar, than tnaible. anything done and amiably co'"ere O3'sters" dumps! pJll't! intend to go. Said! I I Not! verY. well dear.' returned Nichols ill *. .
Pot Ware, Willow rigl very expressed cooiteuiii various si\ -g, terrapin aim would not. Like home best-that home a subdued manu'lili lids .
WareGlass Ware, On Oats and Corn five cents per bushel. the wish hu&band had the trial of chIken is, tailing upon ma :
New York and St Louis Flour, Rice, In consideration of the reduction of Height (Ihe I salad, with all the condiments and acce so- when the good\ lady is inxa good humor. cheeks as he spoke. ,

Saddles, Harness Whiptu.Colati, &c, Company will not hold themselves responsible for housekeeping for a short time.-He would,in ties of a luxurious supper. To tl's were Happened she wasn't So went to Guy'?,- 3Irs. Nichols pressed her lips to his forehead If' t

CBUiiburgn, plain and striped.Sheetings, damage to Lime or Hay. Coniisnees will hold that case, it was her opinion, have more P3m- aided two or three kinds of wine, bran First-rate and and then laid .
Shirting Drill Cot'on oysters terrnJin.-Didn't .pro- her face, now wet with ,
Yarn, Lircns, themselves in readiness to remove the last named articles pathy with her. _
and hot
Stationery! Looking Glasses Tin Ware, with an. upon discharge of the cars, as for leason of was hurt at this dy whiskey punch. mise to go again ; but guess I wilL Eh, tears against l his. /f-. :

tiHv! of other article 100 iidmrrnu to enumerate, their hazardous nalure,Hie Company will not receive :ilhol gratuitous remarJ Upon which these live young men "with ap- Maggy What do you say Got over your Tims was tile matter reconciled between 1't

'which he oflers low for ajI'1'O'eJ, credit taih. City them in their Warehouse. still sid heavier'iiothing. He had no wish : jctites,"went to work,exhibiting an eagerness pet t Any sunshine yet I like sunshine them,and! never after was there the remotest >I

ccrtptancfColt"nTobaccoorauy count}'produce. ThOMAS J. PERKINS, the clouds that came between not to saY greediness, such as may be seen always did. But clouds and allusion thereto. .
October thunder ugh Days passed before the ,
19, I IS"/
him
41 November 2, IS50. 43 and the bright and pressure [
Secrttary.ale 8w1llilc. experience ia animals who have been for considerable "
a They're especial horror. both their
told I hi that such would be my on feeling. was sufficiently j i..
Receiving from New York, Master's Sale. 'l he the effect of almost time without food. As their appetites began I :Mrs. Nichols could bear this no longer. removed to permit their hearts to bound light. :

A I"ULL assortment of Staple Goods and Grocc- BY virtue of a Decree in Equity, in Leon Circuit Five anything might utter. tp 1 a little, they were sharpened b3- the I Tears gushed from her eyes, and she covered[ ly; yet during the time they were particular- .
tie!,conristing\ in of Court,made in of unhappy minutes passed before Jane & And brands. her i l
part the case AutI*lns ]11. Lank; I face with her hands and wept violently. ly kind towards! and considerate of each ,
Brown Shirtings and Sheetings. Kenneth Denibry, and the Union Bank of Florida came in with the newty-made tea. Not a Good feeding this, Nichols," said Anderson Tliat's always the said Nichols other. !f f :*
El cached do. dj. Calicoes, rx. Noah M. Martin and others, the following : i word Iiad been spoken for nearly the whole I way, I l i .'
Wood and Wit '.' Ware erly will be offered at public sale, in lepal l hours prop, I be- of this time. But Mrs. Nichols' coarsely, looking across the table at his frctf ll..Always crying or scolding; orehe In due time the sunshine came back again, ,! *' <

Wooden fiurkcts and 1 iib,, foie the Court House in Tallahassee Monday the I could pent.n.feeliIig friend, the invited 'e8t I'I looking as if you hadn't a friend in the and it was a more permanent sunshine. .
restrain
Fancy and Common Soap, second day of December next,viz: : themselves no longer. First rate," T'Ile Nichols, in a tone of. world. I'm'getting tick of this. But no Stronger reasons for self-control to J
were -
"It's seen
pelm and Adamantine C.ndle, Part of Lot No. S7,in the city rf Tallahassee, too bad! she exclaimed. addressing voice that enled tle satisfaction he felt.- matt'r.0 crying no gloomy looks at exist by Mrs. Nichols than < .
Brown and Loaf Sugar, the east side of Munroe street, having foil-two ti.onet the cook. "Im out of patience with such "How often do : were before apparent "
Nails, Spanish Cisam, assorted' Candies, f iront,by eighty feet in depth-an elegible lot for I tu. Pray that:l wishes you meet to cujo. yourselvesafter Guy's. to her mind, and she called into exer j, .
Rio coins ftC toy are better this fashion t" Edward '
Laguira, and Java Cofft-e. siness.AUo. Edward! exclaimed tIle wretched else a strength of purpose that made her effort *
in
to '
On baud-A supply Kentucky Bagging and fl the West half of Lots Nos. 7C and 77.in I the. uttnued futur. "Abut once a-week." wife now approaching her husband and I successful Was she not he happier '

R" pe, Flour }acct. Ric t-u:ar-cured Hams, original plan of Tallahassee! ; on which there are a I The gill muttered sml.ting as she retired, so often ?Z" laying her hand his arm. Don't talk independent of the effect r- .
upon : her husband
Lard He. JOHN AlcDOUGALL. convenient dwelling house and other and then Nichols and alone upon J j, f,
n improvements t were a- "Yes. Shall wo put name down as in this will kill Yes far *
your or
'i "ra. I 15fl. ?y fronting Two Hundred Foot and Clinton street I gain. Both ate in but way you me. happier. The fretful spirits were .

New Also, one Nejro woman,nameci Eliza,thirty vears On sience very pairingIv one of our number J" "No danger," he replied coarsely. .\ cast out of her mind, and cheerful spirits

Goods-1850. old, and her child, Mary Ella,three years old.: rising tal, the wife went "I don't know. I must think about it." woman isn't so easily killed. She's got as came in to fill their places. A new habit of j f: \

'fuScribers are now receiving by the Suwanrif Tt'lms-Caa Purchasers to Inn Master's' ti. up to her chamber husband took lives *,
J pav "Say yes. many as a cat. But )Iag Have feeling was established.' ''
*. Wa-iHIanJ other' vessels! from New VOl ik, tIes. BENJ. F. WH1TNER, I refuge in the parlor, and there sought to forget is Is say :
"Tlie temptation certainly "
fa'l: fc-i rk of strong. you any brandy in the house I I must liave 'VLichoIs P! said the
the above, which October 26 1 man 4
160. nam-
42 young
...., added to their p te- 71 Master in Chancery. his uncomfortable sensations in the : ,
a"'', Wilt "tllllprbe'ry.u article usuiuij wamea-in a - -- - ___u__ __ of an najres the feeding, always. as good. !!. . .. oue more frlnaa tnnrrht"And ed, Anderson. ,, meeting him about two months 'I.
SoUl ht'rn market. An Entire Stock of New Goods. (entertaining book. In this lIe was not "Always. And so is me urunuu. :hal Nichols i arose, but, in doing so, ho aiierwams, .. .u.\ nere uo you keep yourseit r.
successfuL
will Great be' caie having been taken in the selection,they TJIUR & RUST have just received per Brig C. The pressure upon his feelingswas weput your name down ?I" reeled across the room and fell upoa the bed, these pleasant evenings ?"

nassortment prepaied of tit STAPLE offer the and city FANCY and country trade Ii. A. Coe, a large assortment of JJnta Goods, have too grat He loved his wife and would "Not now. I'm a deliberate sort of a per where he remained, and was soon snoring loudin "At home, returned Nichols. t I' .

which in vsnHy( style, and qnality, will not GOODS be surl' coiibistinR Figured LacHne of} Troche but hmo t anything to make he h.1p son. Slow to make my mid up on any sub a drunken slumber. "Come round and join us in a supper at
t ee in this market,and cll l Poplins, py ; being : cheerful temper Oh! what wretched
liberal ject""Oh a that Guy's
on as terms as Jenny Lind Silks, Figured Diebanls night was for to-inorrownight Mar deus to bo one
*culaUi&htneiit, in the city. Figured Cashmere1!, (< Vtuilian Silks, and fond of social intercourse, he could neither well, take your time. But, if the ar- poor Mrs. Nichols. Wretched beyond con- of the company." j. ,

Sep1pmler,1S"r). BUTLER & DENIIAM. Brocade f figured Silks Lustre, comprehend no be indifferent to her fret imenfs now before you do not prove conclusive ception. With great difficulty, she succeeded Nichols shook his head and said No in .1

38 If Pain De Laine, (5 Printed De Laine, ful, moody, unhapp3r! ) states. The3' pained I will set you.down for an auchoritc in removing her husband's clothes and a very unequivocal manner. .

Groceries. Champ' Lyonesc Cloth, ( Elk and cord De Lames,, him oxccodingby, and, at times, awakened[ ." ,
him covered Didn't
in bed.
Peruvian getting Then curtain-lecture
Silks, Embroidered up unable get a last time I
? Cashmeres) ,
in
FAMILY GnOCER)CS and }I'RO VISIONS,for ale Glace Silk. Washington Silks, thoughts would his mind, the knowledge of wliich In tt the arguments were strong. But, herself to sleep she passed the greater hope" said Anderson with rude flrniliarity.1 1 .

2M )fl bs Dried Beef C. C. BYRD & CO. Satin de Chine, Dotted Swiss Muslins, have been to his wife a more real cause t not prepare to yield at once to part of tho time till morning in weeping and Shouldn't wonder, for you went home a lit-
Hyson and Black Teas, Armun Silks, j of titan from which she t
lu kits Salmon. Figured Cap Lace, pan any gathered so their persuasions. coul not help think self.1 roaches. tie high.
3 bbls mack Gro de
J1owdcr'd Rhine.
12 bbIJI No 1 Maclccrel, 5; crushed Sugar do Florence and Oil Silks% Illack Plain and de Chine fuguredl3aiec, While unhappiucss. ing of the wife he had Icf at home; and, There had existed for Mrs. Nichols no real "If I had received one, it would have beenno I t:

w 10lAg': Java CotT.e. 300 lbs !sorted' Candies 30 pe fan y bon't Ribbon/ 20 Lace Cape!, trying to find in the book he was whenever her image arose his mind be lost, cause of unhappiness out of herself. Her more than I deserved" replied Nichols

'. .*t ls Butter Laguira do 5 kegs GOllhen Ruder, 15 needle-work Collars ) 45 pe thie.d Ld'g & Ins. reading a pleasant recreation. Mr. Nichols remembered for the moment, all pleasure in what was before husband, though not wealthy, was in good coldly. 1:::
Crackers, 25 boxes family Cheenc, 20 pr Cuffs, 50 do the mtation ofhis friend I
JIJ boxes pe"O"C young him. with companions and circumstances and Oh "
E\el reasonable
Sodl gay supplied no offence said
I1illCuil, 3 do Macrarot.i, Ladies Cravats,Kid Glove, Linen Anderson every Anderson seeing
Cambric to meet him and
30 Jr'' bhs New York Hour Prcsf-rvcs and Pickles, ,Barege,Silk,De Lame and woisted Shaw Handkerchiefs and some pleasant: tho choicest things to tempt his appetite, he want she could desire. lie was, moreover, that his familiarity was not well received "I r

Pickled half lobsters do do do ', Corrants,Citron.Pron., with a variety of fancy articles too numerous to enumerate companions pass an hour at Guy's tavern. felt, that for him, :smiling happy wife, with a kind, cheerful, even tempered man, domestic only spoke in jest. Bat come round! tomorrow !# "
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October 1W, 1850., 20 4 box fresh Hiisins. which we offer low to fell who will call and His mind no longer took in the mean. i books,and a cheerful,loving social intercourse, in his habits and feel ings,and rather more night. As I mentioned, Marsdcn will bo T
41 sec us, October 2t3, 1S50. ing of the sentences on the before lam them alL In the i
42 page were worth midst of these disposed to seek intellectual than sensual there ; and you know he's all sorts of a fine .
Soon 1
Hats after lIe closed the book, and, rising ho for the and :
sensual sighed
and Caps. Bagging &c. joys, purer higher pleasures. Of social intercourse he was fond. fellow. _
JJEIR & RUST have from his chair, walked for a short tune about delights of homo. With such a husband it would that al "Marsden had! better a c', Ii
just received baric Ocil- received seem stay at home with his
per and for sale C. C. BYRD & the : '
by CO.
p 1t1 of, a large stock of hats and caps consisting in JUST 3OX)) yards Gunny Bagging, ,, between rooms. There and was inclination.:struggle in his mind L But, as t,repeated draughts of wine and most'an woman could 1 be happy; and Mrs family, as I shall do;" returned Nichols. f J'

k and 3OO Dundee do duty Ho believed I brandy, ,were added the superabundant appropriatlons ,I Nichols was happy in her way. She loved "I rather think he 1 finds almost place :
white beaver that it any -
hats, Men' and Boyi Cloth 2.500 Kentucky do was his duly to remain at home with L of rich food, both the mental and and respected her husband, but unfortunately. more agreeable than hI1lc1" Ander I L.J ,
replied
dazed Selette C* 100 coils his wife while h
Bale inclination
l3lack [ Rope, drew him
.rd1 strongly of Nichols became obtuse. j
bite brubh do. Men** and boys' Pearl 200 moral perceptions for both her peace of mind and his, she was I I son.
Ibs. ,
.r'" brukh do Bagging Twine. towards the friends at Guy's. Had his wife t It eleven o'clock when tho of ( j:
nearly
}ah eporting Hati, October 19, ISM. 41 been in was naturally a fretful.tt'mper1 which, by long "l'hy.sor'? '
Imb IUJler moleskin d( ) mack lbru.h Sombreros a pleasant mood; had die niadehomc "party broke and the men sup indulgence into disease 44 l his wife I I
Ilenei'do ) bright' with the smiles per up young. sp had'b"l"own' a ; ,moreover They say Is as peevish'and fretful .
Do>.' "c.uimt're d( Blankets &c. of affection, both duty she had not the best of health! : \ J.
wool Sombreros P }rush do Kerseys, and inclination would nk. ; but indifferent as a person can well be4 A woman who t ;

Cblldren' cloth Turbans, &C Otter do 5 BALES Negro nfankets,as"t'd sizes & qualities, But have been on the same, The lonely hours spent on,that eveningy healthvas mostly dependent on is ever grumbling and whom nobody I ,

-October 39, J650._ 42 I. 6 ,)each W, I I,and Ml Rose Blankets, side ; alas! this was not so. At home 1r Nichols, were hours of self-communion, mental 1 causes. required only a little thing please for an hour together." can I_"

fl .- L C do Blankets do red, blue and green.. col'd Macariaw there.was a repcllant sphere; while, at :" cer unm.glcd with Belf-reproaches. She was to disturb the even current of her feelings;; ," That's speaking rather broadly." : ..

Tobacco &c. tin i>omt away from home, there existed of not made tho home ofber "
10 pieces Negro Kerseys, assorted a conscious having, and \vhenthis_ current was once disturbed, it I knotr. But the plain truth is far
c..nD prices, attraction. as as
C. 30 iol'Ii&CO.are now opening and rrcej?ing 2: do Planes, strong' husband attractive ; and yet, she felt hurt took.some time for it to run clear. I can I learn, that she doesn't! make home t:

'j) besSoapassorc.and halrboxf" CheM-ing Tobacco, 50 do LInsey, fancy and solid colors. At,length Nichols went up stairs with his that he should have gone away _because she Hardly any tiling,could h.'n'bcen more uncongenial tractive for her husband and at
IQflQ qual itit'., Now opening and f.r sale mind made up to,remain at if he found 1 so he goes a- ;
( Slltni.b Cigars, by home did not appear to be happy. _Many to Mi Nichols than the April-day broad for better i.i
thng
lopenor. October HI, 1850.' 41 C. his wife in cheerful companionship. .
100( C. BYRD a more
CO.
bags Suot the house had worried her "
companionable '
assorted ,iws. abut life he had led since hi* marriage. He .had L It's a pity3fr.. NieKbb ft

,10 20 bout legs 1'0\\dt'r. in o fclld, ?5 pound kegs. Land for Sale. state, or to'spend the evening at Goys day: In the morning she hd felt nervous,'. no confidence in the t mile,of the morning, for adding good day," he parted respond fxm; then his, 1
Sperm
if fortho
Candles '
ia1nr.! .Train. and Linseed Oil,, THESE lot SEJof See 27, in T In'l Nand I no ch"gc chamber bcttct were'vs and, instead of forcing a spirit of com- too o'ften the brightest srniJ were drowned I ,pleasure,I vil -young friend and hept on his j.
Salarilul
sN1." Un: 'lJi11er', Loti1lard, and R. n.. assorted I forty acres, well wooded, IudIdjoinin'tbf h C rng.hisie'8 her a t plaint, had rather encouraged its approaches. in tears at hw' evening 'return "ThtH it had I way .homeward, 'tvhera tho sunJune' had

October 1i&Q., scotch I City of Tallahasee., Apply ioOctoUri her ,'ork.std engaged iu, c.wUg. She duct This bang so, evening found her .completely been going "on for two years,and Mr.Nichols come backaain. t

'- 41 1 ;; r3 A._11 HOC. l up, nor pek. ./ under a cloud. Though glad at her husband'* was getting disco rnr.'f'l. 1 Instead of gaining Does our little story uecd a word to etu j


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foice tLcleisrm t;,wive tict we ymul J teach I I ij ourselves. We must work out, our ,own : jloribian & journa1.' ent newspaper-the paper from which,we last withdraw, after denouncing the proceedings h chosen may probably b i irf from
; .Jr" Men, epeci illy those wlw 1 are crerful! and safety, and this -without fear or trembling.Seeing .- ;} week extracted an article headed How t of the Convention, as unhaUoiccd, and tuiiror- the action of its people in their
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men
hold tll'aruad inestimable ------------:0---------- ----- Hughes and
) temptations to then that all the KnightThe o
i companionaUc: ( many go we fugitive slave law., Their names The: further
,, L abroad an.! miraglith! the pleasure-seeking. i ii involved i in the present i issues, it R. B. HILTON. & C. E. DYKE, opps areas follows:-S.- B. -CLittenden, H. C. debate.Report Much was adpte wit.'out 'the
prevailed
Let-wives who Lave good home-lmiiig, tornncralt would IMJ br.Ktorcalculate the proki! le daujjer EDITORS; ANT) PROPRIETORS. i Union.
:. husbands, rvmcmber this, and let them that might attend the! defence of oar just =.-- Bow en, Thus. )I 'xse S H. Hunt, and midst of which the Convention adjourned, The following remarks are from the

not r.0 rejwvss a pvevidi,fretful, faultfinding j 'rht.s. We hall not, therefore, cuter intosuch SATURDAY NOVEMBE3. 23, 1850.REMOVAL. Jonathan Hunt-all wholesale dealers, engaged sine di.A the editor of the Cclumbus o

: temper, if inclined thereto, for nothing a calculation, though convinced that if "- ----- more or less with the Southern trade.- Voice From the a which b Eni" -

t will w sorely estrange a man from home as the South! were once united-firmly united in -oJ Appropos of this, we notice that eighteenfirms The New York Express, Nor Mr. of paper the Convention opposed tle- assertbj
tII 7 thi*. Tbcro arc hundreds of men who go mutual confidence the mot favorable results wb0e soon t meet b Georri ?
f.t abroad to spend their evening in taverns: would speedily! follow. Nor do we urge upon er; : The "FLOIUIMAN & JOURNAL OFFICE" CJa. and individual merchants of Columbus, Brooks, was recently elected to Congress, in Surely the editor of the Enquirer ought tofo "
and at political! meetings! who would never you the adaption of this or that measureof have published a card in which they an article on the fugitive slave bill, aj.- able to see from the picture ,i
has been removed the Brick
to new Row ,
l: think of leaving t'ifir! homes ami going out "der nc(. Let us organize, and! the }best oq pledge themselves not to trade henceforth There is nothing clearer to the observingeye draws, imperative reasons not ow j-
nftcr nightfall, rf a cheerful fire blared on their course of conduct cannot fail to suggest itself Monroe street, immediately over Messrs. with any abolition houses in in New ,York.Thisis .- than inn the North the Federal Compactis only why Geor

own bcarth (tone.JEFPEEStFlTsT. ti> your unl t\ndinr. fcuppo=e one of the Berry & Rowle* Auction: Room-entrance the proper course to pursue. I the i broken, it ceasses to be binding on the g should ca for 3 Convention of her /
4 I Southern Suitea were to secede, conld Flor. two doors above. the South, and that the South will not be but reasons why every Southern S p
ETASSOCIATION.MOXTKELLO South not herself engage in import bund
ida net the part of an indifferent spectator, .- \i by it. lithe North has a right to refuse whose dearest interests are menaced by
or range herself the ride of the North to -Tal! jaa.2, = :.-Good oriEnair, 12 gI2J; trade t an extent sufficient to supply the deliver up .on c4im' "persons held to service em fanaticism, should XonL
4. t Nov. }8. moving
13 also
: aid in overturning the institutions and liberties middling, 12J @ 12}; good n tldling:, 1ji@ 12}; 'demand of her own section, her people oughtnot ," the South a right to make reprisals perhaps for a dissolution b of the !o J
Me? re. HILTON & DVKC: of the South t Indeed we cannot act on middling fair, 12 J @ 13 ; Cur-none. Cotton Las declined and will not deal with those who are her therefor. If the Federal Cmpac is not Union,but t'r J

l .' ; Dear Sirs:-At a meeting of the .' Jefler- ; any important contingency without previous tin all the prudes.since our Lit bitter enemies, and who arc doing all that maintained Maryland is an State the preservation of rights dearer than AA
ton Southern Rights 1 republican t Assji-iation," organization. We deprecate a wreck of the blast her a Great Britain, and Maryland, then has justas Union The South can lose nothuv* by rb. i
: held at the Court House in the town of Mon- Con&titution as a g National cul, and it ErnnsoX.r have received from a they can to inte'rl'stsComplment much right to make reprisals, or to make ilance, and he that would counsel i

ticello,on Saturday: the Dth inst, the! address i i..s against thi3e arc contending; for it is correspondent, ""Jefferson" a communication from a Strange Quarter. war upon us, a Great Britain has, and this is fearful times,-times which the wisest i tM \

.,.. herewith enclosed was reported, and it was well known that in such an event, only whati of masterly ability, which, most reluctantly Sewar candidate for Governorin the very point to which the Northern Nullification admit are with t I
-. moved and carried that the same be juvscntcd i light and lulling lloats to the top and may constrained to exclude for t18 is coming. Reprisals on Northern pregnant good or ni ta ti5!
we are New York, in his letter advocating a
to you for publication.; l bo saved, while all that is solid and valuable '' repeal property found in the South for Southern (so South,-that her people remain i
: Yours Rcpectf Ilv, the and reason of its "saltiness. For pith, force, or modification of the Fugitive Slave Bill, was be a but his advice qet IJ
: must .ink to bottom be lost And called) property taken in the North 'follow ]
.:. T11OS.J.C1IACE&crctari. we deprecate an oppress-ivc tyranny': the inevitable good sense and hard hits, we have not lately highly complimentary to his Southern Whig inevitably a state of quasi war. Reprisals zeal ptot safety and Southern 8\Or Ie boacj.Dr I 1

consequence of that "ent8 the greatest seen its equal friends, singling out,Messrs. Clay, Stanley, commonly lead off before a real war ; but if
"t I Address to the People of Florida. of all evils ; especially as it would be the --.- -----.-- Badger, Gentry, and others, as there is to be a war, between us and our sis TUE UI=People may talk about tHi i
FELLOW CITIZENS:-We doom it proper in tyranny of a reckless irresponsible and infatuated OJ- ',e call the attention of the jAihlic to spciaU.wor ter Stales, it is to be a civil war, aggravated "glorious Union" and weep over it until they 1
of commendation. It will
organizing a Southern Rights \s* ci:1tion! to m:1jorit.Hut they who think of tame the advertisement of Mr. Lamer, the Proprietor I thy seen, rom by all the horrors and atrocities of ouch unnatural grow hoarse, and their eyes are "a river of !

'.: address you freely and candidly, but with ivppcctful Mibmission on tlio part of the South, cannot of the two Hotels of this city. This gentleman the following, that Massachusetts is not disposed -. wars. !t is impossible for a reasonable tears"; but all this will not save it. Itwj i

kindlier: on subjects of high i;;>por- have a proper sense of the ordinary motives : brought with him to Tallahassee a high to b behind New York in enconiums I man not to see that if the Northern Statesare founded on the sentiments of mutual afiectioa
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: lance, in which the Southern people have a that prompt to aggression; ; and display a sinjular 'upon a certain. class of National 'Whigs of allowed to become the refuge of Southern fraternity and confidence, and on the prin.
t, common interest and a common tinnier. { inattention to that spirit of fanaticism reputation as a courteous, provident, and at. the South:" slave property,.and that cannot be returned pies of equality and justice. These have pror.
%. The present crisis i is one not only of moment by which the entire North is at this time ac tcntive Hotel Keeper. The expectations thus then there will be reprisals therefor which In en a foundation of sand, and the Good Book
but of extreme delicacy, since it presents ;! i tuated. Were we thus to submit, would these created have been more than realized Jjy visitors BOSTON, October 31, 1850. the end is civil war. If the Souh'Stales tells us that a house so founded will fail wW I

contest between two sections of the same i fanatics stop short in their career of success? and boarders the Planters hotel, sinceit "The Whig Convention of the Eighth District were independent foreign naoM, they could the winds and flood beat against it. The ;
country-between men who tLouidlie united 1 And if continued submission be not our j Ins found their rejection of Horace Mannon protect their properly ; and they submitto storm of fanaticism has beaten against the !
under! control. wi
been
has
With bothHotels
'. in the bonds( of friendship! .-who shoul 1 regard I 1 course, when should we net if not at this the ground that he is not the man for the the plunder of i it, under Constitution ? Union. The North has destroyed the Union f
t'llch other in; no other rharacter thlUu tiue: For none will deny that it iscaMcrto under his management we are confident times-thai they wish to get the Fugitive stare Certainly not"Commenting by subverting its foundation And theXorth !
brothers the national household and that travellers] and strangers Tallahassee Bill altered or and that ATr. Mann'x cannot the damning
same defend our rights while we relain them in our iring rlIJalet on which, the Macon Telegraph escape charge of disua.
} I descended from the eanu* noble anchors. possession, than to regain; them after they will have nothing to complain of in course ha been so lie would exercise but ion, and of destroying the temple of Libert/ 11
But it may bo fairly; asserted that we are now I have been wrested from us. Fellow citizens, the of entertainment little influence in Congress. There were some says : reared by the hands of our common father*,
realizing the! truth that a man's worst enemies consider this.i 'Hie next census will give the way -- ---- ---- dissentients to this address, but it was passed. This is all good Southern Rights doctrine. by any attempt to' shift the charge to tie! 1 I j
an those of his own houschoKl) To North an increased majority in the 1I0us'Ille (.- The Legislature of Florida The Whig papers all accede to the nomination "If the federal compact is not maintaintd. shoulders of the Hotspurs of South Carolina,
S justify: this assertion it i is sufficient to lay }before ; admission of California has already given Meets on Monday next. Several members of Mr. Waller." says the Editor, then the Union virualy or, the fanatics of the North. Northern in. !

L you a candi statement of well authenticated them a majority in the Senate, while the ad- of both Houses have already arriH'd"iz, :- The following was. among the Resolutions dissolved, and the States have a right act justice, and Northern violation of the Constj. :j

facts. For nearly thirty sears the IIJh! : -ion of New Mexico! Utah, Oregon, and J. P. Baldwin, Esq., Senator from Monroe, passed by the Convention : in defence" of(heir own rights and in'erests, tution were antecedents to Nullification tatf
Northern have > I "and, adds the Union Editor of the Express disunion sentiments in the South. k
1 1H poojile x en! organizing ii cv- the subdivisions of these extensive regions of These are i
t ry possible form for the avowed purpoH of country, will place the South completely at Capt O. Buddington, Senator from Duval, ; "Resolrc That we most coriall.agrte I this is the very point to which this the effects and not the causes of the peril

overthrowing domestic f-Hvery in the South.AboSition the mercy of the North, unless the Constitution Win. A. Forward, Esq., Senator from St : thos Xntionalhigs of te Northern Nullification! is tending." He might which the Union.. The North struck
societies have been formed in every is made in practice as it is theory, the Johns, Maj. Finley, Senator from Jackson, i I believe slavery to be a double curse-a curse, have said, and in effect does admit in another the fatal! blow-the South only resents it.t

rounty, and city presses erectsd-incendiary I paramount law of the land. Can the South "'. W. Me Call, Esq., from Monroe, JudgeA. equally remember, to with the freeman and and the slave their; that we i paragraph, the fact that that point has been i Nor can the Abolitionists bear the viola! p
;publications sent out, urging our slaves to iiharifclion -j then tanu-Iy nibniit to all that has passed, and pride pleasure hearty reached-that the Federal compact has been blame, unless the admission is first made that t
Steele from Levy, M. O. Burnhnrn, Esq., co-operation with us in our earnest
violated
and cndeavcri ; by the nullification of the
sfilt''dr Fugitive
teaching them that ; all that may yet come upon us, without an they are more numerous than the constitutionalists .
t' theft, rllJhr.nnd. even murder are perfectly effort in deft-nee of her rights f Uut some from St. Lucie, Jen. Scott, from'Marion, to prevent the extension of this great evil, by slave Bill. of the North: and if this is so,then
justifiable! when committed by them to cflectuite ill:>ut that] the 1\\0 sections have entered into a I Judge B. Baker, from Gadsden, all membersof resisting the annexation of Texas; that we We invite the attention of our ultra Union the North i Abolition. For if it ia only

i their esctt t.ate laws have )been pnsd I compromise. And yet immediately: after. I the lower Iloute, and perhaps others : hope to see the time when their own fair land friends to the concluding sentence of the a. few despised fanatics who make all this trouble

tJ .* ia the Northern Stales prohibiting orIt preventing j wards it was moved in the Senate and in the arrival has not coi.c: to our knowledge.Capt shll be relieved and that from this that incubus end upon its bove paragraph. The Editor has a higher and noise, while the great body of the Xorth.i i
the restoration of fugitive tlaves, in i House, to abolish tb.erin the District of prosperity, -to -we shall opinion of the ability of the South to protect em people are true to the Constitution and
Bradley, contestant from Benton, has ever be ready to follow where they w ill herself and her institutions than had the fram.
violation the
of the South how
: Constitution of the United ,i I Columbia, and the motion was supported by just to ; does it happen that t :
: State, thus imposing upon their public oJiierf :i nine in the Senate and forty-two in the also arrived.In The reason is here given why Horace )Inn ers of the Macon platform, who in one of their contemptible faction has wrested from aa i

J, I -C both the duty to support the Constitution j House, while other members of the Northern the Senate, there i is a Democratic majority was thrown overboard, to wit: that he would '. resolutions declare that, in case ot a dis.olu- overwhelming majority, the political power: 1

it of the United States, and at the same i party. in both Houses, though! favorable} to of one--the House, as things now exercise but little influence in Congress. lib I lion of ihe union, the people of the South would the North ; How is it that this paltry factioa
;i time to eiiforre tee! Laws, which in i .' be obliged to manumit their slates. \e believe controls all elections, all Northern
are the then Legislatures
open j measure, were only not prepared to I
stand is lied-there } from constituents to be
I being each represented by one
twenty
wbl the of the Editor of the
'I \iolatiou of that Constitution opinion Express, most all Northern
procetlorv :; vote for it. IJesidt, the universal cry at the newspapers, a largs
which} cannot fail demoralize political party returned. Several seats ire whose moderation will enable him to do more to be the Lest Southern doctrine. The same of Northern and
to public sentiment :j North now is that the Fugitive slave! law,the only majority pulpits, religion ;1
V, -to render nugatory the most solemn ; concession to the South,must be repealed or contested Mr. Hardic, Whig, contests the' for the Abolition cause. In this they are wise. paper says : and charitable iastitutieas of every sort I Nay, :.1

obligations that a htirnanbein; can be placedunder : modified, plainly, ia such a manner as to ren- seat from Levy, on the ground of illegal votes The South has more to fear from one Na I The slave case in Boston shows us that more. How does it happen that thej ire '1

JI and to <.levate to station; of tru.t and i'tIer it a dead letter. Can the South thenta.rntly J I for his opponent, Jud e Steele. The scat tional" conservative Whig like Clay, Win- PRACTICAL: NULLIFICATION BUSTS ix THAT powerful enough to fill our common Congress i
high national i importance, the mot unprincipled submit in view of the jmst, and with 1'.I : CITY ALKBADT. The act OF CONGRESS IS with their votaries, and raise a clamor: and :!
Fillrnore and Corwin than
from Jjcion is contested throp from half
by Mr. Bradley a VIRTUALLY NULLIFIED. I
'
demagogues of these catnmtHUtes. It i is this prospect before us t And should the ma. excitement there, which is to be allayed
Democrat. The candidate received the dozen such agitators,and Abolitionists Gid. Not: only is the slave refused to deliver'
estimated that neaily thirty thousand slaveshave ,jority in power at the next Congress, repeal Whig as "b such compromises as were made at the last
been iaveiglod ors-t.Jen by the Northern the fugitive slave law, for this is demanded certificate from the Judge of Probate by the dings, Root, and Hale. What is the differ ed up, b the claimant i put 810,000 session i It is untrue that the North is sound; I

' ,4 people from the South ; and these j by public sentiment at the North, and the I I rejection of the vote of one precinct by the ence between the agitator and the conservative bonds in ( slander suit, you CAL G THE and if it were so,the North is doublj to blame 1

crimes, though capital the South are lU:1d. late elections we are told have turned on the Judge on account, we understand, of in formality ? Let Mr. Cal answer-good authoritv SLAVE A SLAVE.It for standing quietly by, while this dismioa "r
ed ut the North instance l is evident that Boston cannot long nullify ruin has been if
as of philanthropy. I should law he going on, it tad the to
But Northern question, or a passed abolishing in the returns, the ix>ll-book, having the on this nuestion.. __ whatever n___ __ _he_ 'm.iv_ liP__ r_>.n the laws without reciprocal nullification else power Ito J
hHy a man, a minister of the ]'j ;.shivery in the District of Columbia, as W.'lSlnonJ prevent it. But the North has not the power j
<;)?--, was K-ized i in the District of ColuniMa IS i. and strongly l supported at the last signature of two inspectors s instead of three, od.cr. Says he: I where. If the Constitution and laws cannotbe prevent it. The spasmodic effort now mi

in the act of stealing the slaves of Southern : Congress, and this after the passage of the as the law specifies. This will not depriveMr. The agitator boldly threaten, and plainly enforced in Boston, TIE CANNOT BE EX- king in New York city by men of property :

: members of Congress. No sooner was KO called Compromise },ill; or even if the ruling Bradley of the seat The object of an tells us his purps and object: the conservative -I' FORCED OUT OF BOSTON FOB THE BENEFIT and men engaged in Southern commerce to

the feet made known at die North, than one majority infatuated: by success, were to election is to obtain the will and says but quietly and stealthily OF OST:: stop this Abolition torrent,exhibits their weak
oflliepcope,
-. thousand fermlee as we arc informed, united declare a general emancipation of our slave binds our arms, and places the rope around our ness as well as thier fright They hare wiled
in him with no legislative body will deny the majority the Indications i the North. have it off until 4e
presenting a token of their high population, for this is avowed openly to be necJcs" too long. They put
t. esteem for the crime be had committed. Andon \ their fixed kand ultimate purpose, to occom- right to be represented whomsoever they Which, then, is the more dangerous of the MICHIGAN. The New York Tribune says monster fanaticism of the age has outgrow \

a former occasion, when the Governor of: push which they are only waiting tigns i of mayname| by their votes, because informality two classes ?-he who proclaims his object that in the late Michigan canvass, the Whig the control of earthly power.
New York was called upon by the State of I Ij discord readiness submit the Abolition feeling is ingrained ia Nortsoa
or to on part of in the returns. Two inspectors can hold an candidates for Congress planted themselves
and it he who
Virginia to deliver certain openly attempts or concealshis character the bare be
in that -
generation
up j persons the outh arc prepared to act eitherof present
; on
you .
election soil law and
well distinct free
will of
." e e State, indicted Virginia for plave stealing these contingencies without a previous, organization as as three-the the people desings and insidiously labors for their ac- on higher grounds, come dyed in the wool of it, have imbibed
within its limits that officer openly refunnl, ? can be as well collected by two as by a complisliment? in virtue thereof were triumphantly sustained.Mr. with their mother's milk, and caught the&

J' declaring that slave stealing was no crime,the I Fellow citizens, be not d'ce\'(. We are Joz'l1.'or gross irregularity, however, in But these Massachusetts gentlemen most I Duel, the Democratic candidate in the fection from the teachings of the school low, ';

State of New York at large sustaining him in at this time in the most imminent danger, Men the management of an election, such for instance cordiully with those National Detroit District, in whose behalf Gen. Cass the public press and the pulpit AboHo'onBthe

a this conduct. 'I who have long {ter&tsted in attempts, open mid as fraud, suppressing votes, false returns the South agree who believe to be Whigsof dou. t himself took the stump, has been beaten by religion of the present generation olSn
These things we mntionIs:1 few instances secret, to invite servile in midst sla\'er a I England youth. And does any body expert
( war our to .
of that wide spread and deep rooted hatred i involve our homes in flames, and the whole &c., we think it the duty of a Legislature ble curse"" remmbr with pride and pleasure 2000 majority. Reason why-he sustainedthe that Pearl-street influence and interest

towards the South, which prevails among the South in scenes of confusion and bloodshed, vindicate the purity of the ballot box their hearty co-operation with us!1" In. fugitive shave bill. turn back the tide of this mighty moral mana

the Northern people-a hatred over which arc capable of any outrage that falls within either by tending the election back t. thepeople deed Who are, those National Whigs of the "IiCOSlx.-In Wisconsin the free soil which has been gathering force for tventt- ;

neither morals, nor religion, nor the most sol. the compass of their |power. And yet were j or by taking some other action con- South who believe to double interest has carried the dJ. In that State five years and become part and parcel, Wand b .
slavery a
don obligations of an oath, can exercise the we once united, firmly united, in effective L woof of New England education,eHtf-
t. any fj: ?t'ntth law and precedent But it Mr. Governor Doty, a Northern ultra who at.
)least controlling influence. Nor is this all of measure, the danger which now overspreads curse? Henry Clay it doubtless one of them. acter, politics and religion I It i is the acme of
winch we have just reason to complain ; under the South, would soon be dispersedas I Bradley is not permitted to take the seat to Are our readers acquainted with any Qthers? tempt to anticipate the Compromise by a folly to believe it. Read with what unutterS-

the combined influence and growing vapor.. For the great argument at the which he has been elected by a majority of Are not these Massachusetts 'Whigs scandalizing bill to admit California, is elected by a majority ble scom and contempt horace Gredltre3l

power of the North, the elements of sovereignty North is that the South is divided-that the the people of Benton County, because the their Southern brethren? so is of two thousand. Durkee i r.elec. ., this movement He calls it" ,
wisely distributed in their J osS's-ion Southern people cannot agree on any measure law has not been strictly observed in the returns the I why |i$ ed. He in this very canvass, on and appeals to the deep-seated bigotry of tlii
and exercibe by the Constitution of the United and that therefore must unavoidably not imlut.'tion repelled ? Who ever heardof procme 1 North to know, if its sentiments of $&%*
they .
of one precinct, neither should the the stump, that he would not obey the Fugitive i "
i States, are rapidly concentrating in the submit to law, however unjust and any of Xor'r men applaud. humanity and higher law" morality* *"
Federal Government and the powers of this oppressive when any passed under the name and member said to be elected in Dade, Mr. Ferguson ing Southern Democrats for their efforts to Slave Law, even if pronounced Constitu. be smothered because "Cotton is stiff at ISi

Government are passing, or rather have already sanction of the Federal Government Does be allowed a seat 'Il1e laID in no sin prevent the extension of slavery ?-the 'great tional by the Supreme Court i cents the pound" and Wall and PearI.stree'J!

parsed into the hands of the orth.- not this of itself furnish sufficient reason for gle instance,as we are informed,was observedin evil of our Massachusetts brethren So we learn from the Southern Press. are hungry after the flesh pots of Sotrade. ,

Fellow citizens, if the Northern people were oganizing at once in every part of the South? the election in that County. There was no "Mcl of which ILLINOIS h gone the same way. has .-Columbus Enquirer.
complain-an they S
to
distinguished for their public and private vir For all must confess that e'i promise
indeedbe
we canuot count by the Judge of Probate as the laic Ohio. Of her twenty one members to Congress WentwuA '
tues-for their sentiments of amity and generous in safety if, while some are mounting the aid the National Whigs of the South in relieving CowniDiNG.-Long John

friendship towards the South, such an walls to defend the city, others are throwingopen requires, and the returns were not sworn to this section of the Union I probably not one will vote against 3 member of Congress, was cowhided in(

excess of power would be sufficient to strike tho gates to bring in the enemy. In by the inspectors, and no certificate of dec repeal or modification of the Fugitive Slave cago, a short time since, by Mr. WiIsoD em'
Nashville Convention.
," us with strong apprehensions of danger.- conclusion,therefore,we earnestly recommend tion has been given to Mr. Ferguson by the We be
of the Journal thersame city.
tor
But when openly Assessing the bitterest animosity The Charleston Courier contains the following BilLNEW
an immediate organization in every county of Judge. In short the be YORK. The
returns if they State has elect- Chi
p miy Empire the
of
towards the here John is editor
South
as already shown the State; and that then, as soon as practic. account of the action of the Nashville Long
j -when openly repudiating the binding force able, a State Association be fonned, compos. called such, were informal, and contrary not Convention : the Seward candidate for Governor, and seventeen Democrat, and is what they term Il e

( .t\, of that Constitution which was ordained by : ed oT delegates from the county Associations; only to the letter but to the spirit of the law, COURIER OFFICE, Democrats, and the same number of West a "dirt eater" alias a free soiler.

compact between the States to be the paramount and also that such other measures be taken and we really do not see how the gentleman Charleston, Nov. 19.. S Whigs to Congs .l but three of the
.
law of the land-when announcing to as the circumstances of our affairs may re claiming to elected can allowed, under ad an equal number of AJIOTIIKB. John Graham,13tele] ;
the world in language the plainest that they b L Nashville, Friday 13M-)lr. Sneed, of DemocmU doubls

i. :: will never cease their aggressions until they quzre4Wldch --- any w circumstances' f( Like__n__ the-- seat a the--- Georiria.- c' *Dre cnte a series of resolutions- ----M nro.-- the Wliigs, a supposed to b hostile to the for office in the City of New York- ,cow. _*..i* m 1
accomplish the o"erthrovoC- institutions embracing address was unanimously representative of Dad testing to right of Texas to accept Fugitive Slave BilL In tho fifteenth District, Bennett of the Herald, for abusive l3D- 1l"J'

the welfare and prosperity of the it was moved and carried alopt.cdwhertUIOn that, The seat from Hillsborough is eatll of the boundary propositions, made under the Taber, Whig, i defeated for the reason that of him during the canvass. Maj.$o&oCtht

South is it compatible with our honor, with the same bo presented to the Floridian & by Dr. Rogers. Mr. Magbee has certificate late This act of Congress.followed several he refused to pledge himself for the repeal Sunday Times, says that this b the .int1tirn1

the,safety to fat of down ourselves inactive our and homes irresolute, our!families lit- Journal the Tallahassee for publication, Charleston with die request that of election. es in favor was of secession.by strong speech of the fugitive slave law, for the abolition of that the "Napoleon of the Pmes'publicly l* *J

.. 'ain dojwe remonstrate that these itrstitutioiis J Evening News, and papers Southern, Press Mercury will P. S.-Since writing the above, we lea Saturday 16/A-Tho select commite reported sla\el' in the District of Columbia, and for whipped and kicked in the Streets

are a ]part of* our social organization- the same. copy that the papers in reference to the election in declaring the right of to se. the Wilmot Proviso," of which measures New York.

that we Iiavo the mom! and joliticai right to JAMES SCOTT, President.TUOXAS Dade have been brought up by the Judge of cede and recommending the assembling of a his opponent sup rtr.a The New York Legislature -
chooEc l4ivcen tfave labor and free labor Southern Congress at Alabama The Fugitives.
to J. CHACK:, Secretary. the Southern Circuit lontomeI' is whig by a large majority, which n'i1B sr:4
prefer the one or tins other-that the tmnncitttion This proposition was\olent. oppsdly the The Boston papers states that J-
{ of ilK African rnre in ourniids-t,would Tclcglyapkcd for the Baltimore Ancrlta*. New York Mercht. Tennessee delegaton. will, of course, throw the patriotic Dickenson Ellen Crafts the runaway slaves from-aD

I be attended with such an increase of IW.pcrism Arrival of the Cambria. The exposures by the Day Book Judge Cbe'cs, Carolina, then made a out of the Senate and give Seward a cor! con, who have been "the C7flO5te"eyes

and crime as to doom thai jieojJe, now DECLINE IN COVTON. of the abolition sympathies of the;merchant speech of three hours in length., in favor of league of h own strip.1bsAcIUIETTe in Boston for some time pasi,ha :
amply provided for to inevitable immediate scesion He said, the rubicon? ken the preliminary step of being
,: oxtirjialiou allies Barnburners
k -All jLhMe things pass as idle iales.Whittiien HALIFAX, Nor. 15.TK princes of that city, many of whom have got had already been passed, and he consideredthe the Rev. Theodore Parker a step] the knot
1 f t is to be iloaet This h the eleamer Cambria arrived here this ten their ,veaIt from- Southern trade, are Union already disoh'c and abolitionists. have defeated Briggs, the heretofore thought it necessary to

I i great junction on which th.eSot11Jd lias now to rooming tt 10 o'clock, with 53 passengers brining some of them! in denial of the Monday 18th- debate, the report \1ig candidate for Governor, elected a majority had sailed for England by the *# ol *.

1 r14 decide and to act For the Northern party .'jd LiverpooldaiU'4 to the 2d inst. chare that they :r abolitionists. 'Hopkins, of tho Select Committee' was rconunit of the Legislature, which secures thema fax. So there is the end of otherti .

I IJ 1, is now in poscraaoa llietreasury, the arauy Since the tailing of the Atlantic Cotton has Allen &Co., large Southeraidealers' publish ted. The committee after again free. soil Senator, and as there is no elec. under the fugitive slave law. W1 *
L and ilae Navy of the Uoitfd States; and w'hat declined |d. Fir Upland and Mobile 7d. card in reported the orgin preamble, but struck out tion Governor the result which compromise it is.-Charleston S1l1l.
Macon which by
in a a they : people,
.
k is the South all brr bas her OrUau 6}J. The total sales! of the week arcs ppr say the to a Southern Congress 3 -
more, by by rar
I DOM ourl1'
Above are the friend otthe Union devolves the election of that of
and
series
hil of which of resolutions functionary on
: export and her import, by her productions :36,780 '*, speculators took. 7000 a EXl'n.ESSlt'E OSITU.tUV.-One 'ct
friends of the,American t tion and its their attachment to the constitutionand the State Senate free
and 4000. declaring soiler will
And her CODt IJU.tint exporter a probablybe obi
cqmsuraidioB, is annually changes clips the following '
Urea&tufi are dull without compromises, friends of every icction of this the Union, asserting that it was the .
perceptible purpose chosen Governor doubtless that ih
any
Lhe'wcahh though
to d of Northern on
&> groulh omitting .
in favor of i inviolably from Eastern ,
chau-e from former great Republic, maintaining of the Convention to the Union an paper
I\ 4 cities and Northern fiutM. J-VUoxr citizens prices. preserve subject Briggs himself would not obnoxious i deccased
I, our obligations t one another, and of unimpaired-affirming that the Union was b occupation and residence of the
I where ticn: it oar s&fciy ia the crisis J .
: prctent the most implicit obedience to the The notorious Horace Mann
$ Tderapk4dforr Ike Ceargltm.., rendering one composed independent sovereigntiesthat -i t tem "He was a native of 31a'
forward the
When cbrtpg: CoeEliluiion
r ._ 4pZIow-4: to the eoaJucli> neaxarrs of these as NEW Yowt No,. 18, P. M. Laws tinder which we lr" a aticpt'evis had been rTe I has been elected to Congress, having a ma. weighed 250 pounds."

reopt, they till us of& higher law by which) drfaMu -Tie nftricet today has been This is one of the firms chige4'wtli aboli COD\"enton, terror jority of sevr hundred over the combine "'n1t
I ; sales amounted-to.1000.bales. by the Day Book, in In article the. go a Convention of his : POPULATION OF NEW Yo- ;
: thuiy taesu to ad. When a Southern Slate deadly.%Th tons pub votes Whig and Democratic *\ t
\
oppnent
4 talk. of tct dia 4 0 ej dceUrv cadi a 'roove- Pair UI| Uo U are q
ra.N4" viohJjftn of lire CoocdtutioB, ad tJr.att.I .<.t 15J lo 151 I Ce ntc.Ificr since. 'r a merchants denounced evils and restoring the a rights of the arresting South the gress elected from Massachusetts of Boston New York i b said to be, in p>* I t1
,
21 the oliole of the )FedrJ M quoted at 31 I c''eii1s per lb.Eschinge in Christendoin
j eosjlttj pour the of whom is tion, the third city
by same
Previous matured
core to taking the,vote, the Tennet are men of and free
is ppr decide
it force "r quoted Faru.i
Govfromcnt lo by R.oc1i"Gc.-Slttrl and
I ppren that they are proprietor the Indelyn. delegation announced their determination to soil What sort of moo Boston cc,:i! d only by London
I ? I t gzi. 1flO then I b cur afcO'' 11inlrLi ] allO j per ceut ueuiuui. i pciplc!



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p.1J---- ction Belarus. after leaving the water trader, the party came $150 Reward. Notice. Commissioners1 Sale. Notice. I

foHowWS returns of the late Election across a company who had iijittle flour, which, T-T AVING Iwen informed Hut on the evening Ute .' CAME to the Plantation of Colonel 11.r. MARY E FORT }IadLlon Ccfirt iLnxsc. OB Monday the 20th of .
'I11t' would not with until ihe iifI.r; of40 .t.L feevcnth c-f Novemlier at about nine o'clock firemen I AT .
I of Public Lands they .part ,an Lake Jackson, on the 10th December next I will sell foot: **: y
Con'l't'ss and Register per pound tempted them to sell. One bbl. 01! came to UM house of A negro wonun. r.avnedMA. ::1r November a grey- MARE about four SZA1IARIA1I C. FORT. totbeestteofJc3)aC4hu1anJreaFed. 1

(1Jf tsk; rom tlic] Sentinel. Mr. Cabell's flour was sold' for SSOO, o/id glad enough was TILDA who resides at the roouthbf Bhwt CrcekThn-l yeftJ'It1.-of.oaljnanr wzr with dark mane and tail BY virtue of a decretal order, in Equity, rand at Tcrca of sale-oa* half cash the balance
air 4SJ -Mr.: Walker's C29. In the purchaser to get it. Upon arriving atCarson's stole two of her d children the Cllle a girl turned JUDY. and blind. in on eeye' *.nd vtry'gcntler: but Term of Lena Circuit Court,wo will offer or tvelvejnoatLa with note at 3 per cent per annum 1' .
1sjorY i" ; aged about 15 yews very block: complexion stout and Thc owner requested to come iorward prove pro- at public gal,before the Court Howe ia TaUahiuM oa aDd two apnrrrred aocnritk-a.

CafrelT w8Jonttr:1S rnJ 1 river, t they found provisions plenty, well grown, the oilier a l tJny named CHARLES aged pcrty,/jr forget, and take her away.JOHN the Frt Monday iA January next the following '.\: S BA5DELL, Adc' ,

*t" FOR CONGRESS. FOR REGISTER. i but very high. Flour wa 62.50 per pound. about 10 years of a rather yellow mpIexKjn. I hereby C; WIHTNEIL Lands viz: November 16,'1 S. 4f-: '.3t (8 at.8t h .. '

A single! meal of two small pies coffee, and offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the recovery November 23,1850. 46 tfCentrevllle Eart half of North East quarter of Section 21 -- --r- .". ,
'
r:7- ; pilot bread, cost (hem $11 of the cLUdreu and conviction of die thieve West half of North West quarter, and West half of DANCINGACADEMY. .
some per man.-
<< W. IL G. SANDERS.. Greys. South West quarter of Scrtwn 22; aU in Township I 1 itR. CASIMI aamniKcf to the Htlrft3 of TailIV1ethb.hzrivedbthitysMwil*- t '

::.7:0 2 er m> ** & ? J'rovUions it was expected, would S'KW be Guardian fur Matilda TIlE CENTREYILLE GREYS are ordered to North Range 1 West containing 240 acres, more or 'I

!Q. :; .C. 5"' : much lower on Carmutsa liver, as my informant CoLMcINTOSILJOHN at their parade ground at I1gah, on tLe *o- lew commonly known as the Fort Tract* commence giving instructn ia DANCING Jbr JUT- ,. .=

met immense trains provisions on the way L HAMILTON.Noeniber conJ Saturday in December next, at JU o'clock. A.JL, This sale U ordered to effect partition among the IDles tn Saturday raorning, 23d Novembrr ncunt at ..t"

I', IJ llfO 100 .JliJ ;II! l.I from this valley. Whilst crossing (ho Sierra -- ,_23-180.- 45 tf prepared to return their arms to the commanding officer. heirs. The term will be, one-third of the purchase 10 '.. and in the same vuung at 3, at the ChI ..

.ota RaPt 2GS IGS 100 2J3 1G4 H Nevada mountain the was envelopedin Ladles Fancy Goods The arm must be in good order, with all noccasary money and one year's interest i* CVAft ; the other two- Hotel Gend aca'a Claaa at night at 7 o'clock. ;' .
iVilton 263 154 99 237 J-I 66 party repair, cr they will not be received thirds in two eciul annual instalment, bearing 6 per' XClTeDlbtr 16. I8O. 45 [Zentinj : \
13S 29S 50 157 203 21 snow storm, and at the last pass it fell six or FROM NEW YORK BY THE MAIL STAGE OF D .JC'I" of cent. interest Purchasers tA pay for CommL uoocrstitks. -- ," .p

\JdLLe.: .1iingtoD.. 223 W 13S 221 102 110 seven inches in one night This pats is not TttitritJay lost, coitiHg of 4JJ--'-> JACOB ELIOT, CaptAin. ,. BENJ./o. WIIITNER.AUO. Lost of Mislaid. !
453 3U3 159lGt 401 271 I2Slil \'i.ilb E. MAXWELL NOTE bearing dat sonic time in 1*t\r nd,VrB. r
JrkOfl over 150 feet in and is on the side of a Ya.ool."uLle. Dress Patterns Fashionable Silk! w. If. SACTrnERS, Orderly. A
C.lh41CJD. 67 79 '2' 7Uiyj I deep declivity. Above the road the rock tow. Bonnet RlbwulA%. November 23, 1 850. 46 St OSCAR A. MYEIL.Cummuissitinera.. .O.Wariug,pajabla to Isaac R.iliHer,bearing '- :
franklin 205 OU 1IC 9! i i 4I91G I ----- n'erctt tight per cent, Loc 133 :3. f. r
G 10till:1 i
- ers almost perpendicularly, 230 fet'hilst be- 4. JOHN PRATORIUS November, IS30. 46 6t Sentinel November 16. 1850. 45'4t L It MILLER. "
notida,:.( 1186 901 U6G low it is almost eqllll.'l.r tihrupt. At the Lot- IIUP. IUk', .
\rtit
I
: - inumerable of Arc offered fur aide at fair rates byJ. i[:OF THE LATE FIRM OF BCLL t r1U.TORn" ,] Master's Sale. R. B. HILTON,
tom were seen carcasses mues,
M. WILLIAMS.On .
Cd4dCD. t'2tJ 402 SW 1JIi"Ht> 327 cattle and wild animals., My informant sa: sI '4.2 1TOULD inform his friends and the public T NDER a derretal order of Leon Circuit Court, inEquity Attorney at law, .Florida. t 1.
)
t l..roft 733 3-57 346 710 374 330 is the almost universal lIand.A Pm: \ that he has taken the store lately occupied U made in the cause of Edward Bradford N H.-tie will prosecute Claim far L.i>J wider j
I
; \\.kul1a, 25 it 153 M :>{ IGt SSI7 II I opinion at Canon'srircr few su 'rioT 9 Steel Corn MilX with wh"el complete _iIby C. IL Blood and adjoining the store lately Richard Bradford, and Thomas Bradford rt Wra. the late Bounty Land Bill, lor a mudera** cvmp & I.

Je/ff'ftlO"" 479 ISI 2li( 4G454S
1 j 1ifadi1' 573 341 232 3i; I9J cross the Sierra Nevada mountains before winter ed Plough; P.-rk. Bacon Hams: Lord ; Salt, both to attend to tile call and wants of those who may be others, I will offer at public sale before the CourtHouse -- t-'i. r

; jUmitton, 319 I i 104 313 170 113jjjjIeTh,31l6S4l4t1 I II sets hi and renders (he'road imp3.ss 111e.He .- coarse and fine; Potatoes, Mackerel. Butter; Band dunupcd to patronize him in his lint of business. b Talkhas,on Monday the 6th day of January P. P. LEWIS, r.

.- --I [ thinks they can winter well in Car. Sole and String Leather; a few leaf Buggy Springs, lie has received, by the late arrivals, a thticr and next a tract of Land containing '60 acres moreor Local Dentist Tallahassee Florida. <

3I3316121371 very All of which I am anxious to - ,, - son 6 valley. His party expected to meet with, other} goods soon to be receive.L J. M. W. Fancy Good* : also, a gfnrral awortm nt of of South East quarter,) in Township 1 North Range 1 rizz4; ROOMS East of the Poet Office wher.UIIhe f 4.

Cotombi t26 2"7 333: Gli) 2)9 3-1 I I.Alachua ind thought they were provided for every hard- __November_ u 23, ._.8)0.16____ ___ READ Y-JfA DE CLOTIII.Y'G.AU East Terms-GIIL Purchasers to pay for Master will be found unless prufv&uon&llyentpged. tt ,.

31J5' 15i: I 150 W2 US 114puval ship. lIe says be has travelled extensively Madison Female Seminary. of which, I flatter myself are equal in style and titles. BENJ. F. WIHTNER, September 7, 18W. 85 r .

:JS 2J1 240 522 2S 2:14fasn'l : through Europe, but no scenery there equalo quality, and quilt as ehtap, Many others that will be November 23, 18:O. 46 'it Master in Chanrerv. "., t
100 SO 80 153 7G '"PHE next Term of Uds Imtitudon, will begin on the found iu this market He will Administrator's Sale. tO
in and of the views give particular attention t
sublimity beauty: on :
.Johns, 352 1St J'JO 3j P5 1.,1 't many i first Thursday in January next, and close on the to his buMiu1 and Leon Circuit Conrt In f fwe
the land this continent. Never- hopes he will merit a liberal Efruity. MONDAY, the 30th day of December. lS O.
Putnam, 11:1 'j; : < iu 77 37MariLIn route across last Thur>djiy in Julv.1 t
from die
3)3 223 In ..4s'i 221 101Levy. less, he declares he would give all he possesses The new loiJihling1:5 erected and wfll e put in complete psitr November I jage 23, 1830.public. 46 tf Wm. D. Moseley, Adm'r.' of Saml) Parkhfll deceased of L. U. Branch will Bell at deceased public on Auction Lake,laraonia.at the plantation 14 milo 1_.

G..2 23 j.t 41 23 in the world or all he hopes to ifbejfiou'd order for the reception of pupils before the be- lvs- : tj j
possess north of Tallahassee, all the personal belonging 1 )
Union Florida and other property
Bank of
(ral\fc 7 2; 31 54 t 33 ginning of next Term. With tins additinnal building 0
only banish: fromhismemory'lhe: NoticeTS to las estate ( iu !.
,) consisting
many except negroes .
St..Lu1ie: ID 3" 10:1 7EjtF1rIda. the Institution u prepared to accommodate! a large PURSUANT to a decretal order of Court in the articles
horrors he felt and witnessed his terrible that the real part, of following : r
on llumll1 of hereby given following estate of An- L sale before
above I will offer at the
pupils.r..ttcl <: public ,
2021 13CS 1251flflboroub 00 Yours G. W. P. 1 drew Elizabeth S, and Horatio C. Withers infant 10 or 12 likely Mule* and Hone*, I ..
j 2552 :! 1210i j journey. truly, of Tuition are the same as heretofore. For Court-IIouse in Tallahassee, on the first 3fondiy in '
800 or rOOO: bushels of Corn ...
heirs Horatio
of C.
Withers deceased to wit
:
r ------ -- -- Circular in the real
paietzk1r see. or Catalogue. ., January next, legal hours following estate A large quantity of Fodder t .
*"" Lots 1.2 and 3.in fractional Secti 20, and Lot 2.IU ,
; ,
More Submission Thunder. ---
: .. . viz .
) 259 JOS 151 217 ())9 14SJ5r.ton ijoaru may Lie lUlU m private laiiiuies in me IOTTII, -- of the said Soml Parkhill deceased : About 70
\ 116 :2 GO HI) 40 04Mjnroc The Georgia sum&bion: papers are making from *8 to $10 per inontii. (exclusive of wa'.hing and fractional &-ct.ion 21, all in Jown"njp :j, rsorth of The north-west quarter the south-west quarter, the 80 Stock killing Hogs hogs, 4
Range 1 West dp'cribed in the boolu of the Land ti
,
2Uli1 137 201 4S 153Sjuth noise letter received from light) Board in the Institution, exclusive of lights as east half of couth-east quarter and the west half of "
considerable over a Office of the United States tv the DUtnct of Talla- l00beadofSheep,
and fuel is 10 moutk the north-east Section three ((3))) Also Lots '
Pre i lent which fo!. per all quarter 125 head of Cattle! ,:
Honda, 573 211 367 FILLMOKC, ( we find the B. W. PARRAMORE lias;ce, lying and being 5i the County of Leon arid
: 555 103 3G5RECAPITULATION. Gand8iuSectmonfour(4)( ) an&ILots2,3,5,6and7. ,
lowing account in a despatch from Macon to President Board of Trustees. State of Florida will be sold to thc highest bidder, at in. Section nine ((9)) all in Township two ((2,) north Plantation utensils of every description inch M Wag- i .
public ale, before the Court House door in Tallaha- goo, Carts, Sugar Boilers, (to, tc. ;
the Augusta Sentinel : II. Z. Ani;. Secretary. Itunge one ((1,) west containing one thousand acres,
Ve t tF1oriaa.2O9t) IISG HOI. 191G! llfiO ";j Xo\emU-r 23, 1650. 46 tf lICe on tile first Monday in January, A. D. 1851. The more.or less, lying on Lake Jackson. Terms-Cash on all sums under one hundred dol- .

Middle 31TS 1GM 1434: 3U33) JOGJ 1371 "MACOX, Xov. 14. -- --- terms will be made known (Ill the day of ..ale.By North-east of Section 3, T. 1, R 2, N. and 11E.ba1fN.V.quartcr1 tars; on sums over one hundred dollars a credit of '

tU t '2W1 J34jS 12-i| 2jC 1312 124S "A long letter has been received by Dr. Select School for Young Ladies, Quincy.S order of James E. Broom Judge of Probate for quarter 3T.lR,2N.andE.. one year, upon satisfactory security being given. All .
South :57S 211 307 5'n 1V3 305 .i. the County and State aforet-aiJ. W. halfK. W. 2, T. 1 R. 2, N. E. notes to bear interest rate of 8 per cen All rl>- !
Robert Collins nf this from President next ie iti of this Institution will couimencc quarter" '
city claims
R.notrnclud. 1I y 82 37 l'llE CAROLINE R WHITE cognued against L H. Branch will be taken u .
111
75 33 81 T. 2 R. 2 N. F.
Fillmore in which he the Slave tIle first Monday in January, 1851.: For particulars South-east quarter cash. -
Fugitive .
1L\MDEN A. WHITE
-
says ,
Grand Totals! SOSC 4531 4050 -S-JW -4414 -3751 Law shall be executed to (ho letter ; and it see printed Circular, JOSHUA or (tiHuirc] of rHELTS.Quincy. the Principal November 23, 18:10. 46 4t Guardian" W.E.lrnlfS.Wquarter half N. E quirter S 24 84,, T.T. 2 2,, R.R. 2 2,, X.N. E.E. N. B. On same day and at same place it i i. prcb ,
ble eight ten likely
will
4050 : or Negro-js be hired out fur 1
375jWijnrilies necessary all I tho forces at his disposal shall November t3! 1851. 46 Ct South-west quarter 35, T. 2, R. 2, N. E. 1851tohzghest'bIdder.JOSEF t.
i Fall anfl V/inter Goods. Also North-east 33, T. 2, R ?. N. E.E.halfN.W.quarter year
be used for that If fill .
Cabell. purpose. Officers to - ---- - ------- quarter !! BRANCH. ) "
4S1 XVjllur, C29 do their duty, the President, the shall be JUST received and for wile by C. C. BYRD & CO, I 7TTHE subscriber; haL jut opened an entire new stock 33, T. 2, R. 2, N. E. JAMES IL BRANCILf r Adznri- "
says ) .
J 10 barrels real llerccr Potatoes, 1 of STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, suitable to South-east quarter 33, T. 2, R. 2. N. E. November
9 1850.
dismissed and held liable for 41 taFORMERLY I.
English Views of the Compromise. damages.: 5 \\h'%* t-uTKirior Go"hon Butter, tile wants of the heacon viz: North-wiDrt quarter 34, T. .. R. 2, N. E. i

The London Times of Oct. 18th, in what The letter is entirely! satisfactory and will 10 barrels Mammoth Onion*, Ladies dress goods of almost every style and quality, South half 34, T. 2. R. 2, X. E. A. B. CLARV', .

the Charleston Mercury tenns an elaborate be immediately published in an extra." 5 quarter barrels. fresh. caught Xa 1 Mackerel. Cwucleon and Black Watered Silk )Mantillas Also, W bat S.W.qr. 29, T. 2. R. 3, N. E. ( CLARKE *. 1'r1N,) f ..
that CJialf 4. 1 Black Jro de Rhine and Ciuneleon Silks S. E. quarter of S. qr. SO. T. 2, R. 3. N. E.
Of will understand .
course one TTAVING purchased} :tie interest of Mr. ,
.
article ou Aiiiericaii affairs, refers ns follows the object of this every boasted letter fiorn Piet ident I Xovcmbcr 23, 1850 46 Blue, '. Cherry, and Cameleon Florence, S. E. qr.of N. E. qr. SO, T. 2, R. 3. N. E. sij ini XI Slilltcan iu their old business, caa boJif I
Bfinneta. trinunea and untrimmed sixteen hundred less I
oonataning acres more or commonly I
to die eace measures as Mr. Ritchie ; found at their old stand on tJ"oeI'r...'. .
j terms For Sale.
FILL .onc is to aid his political friends in the Bonnet Riblions Belt do, Neck and Cap ditto. known asSpriwouc4thclatcresiJence of Gen.
where be will receive i in a few days from New Yorlr! .
them, of the late sess>i JH : pending election for Delegates ufthe State A HANDSOME CARRIAGE very La
"These measures were oiiglualh'i embodied Convention. lie pledges the arm) and Navy, 4 little lined,with neat brass mounted L ce Capes and Collars, Demi Veils, These lauds will be offered in such sub-liyi'ions as imde Clotting and Genlltiaen'i fancy Goods
-. -Hanicsa. .Apply to )lr. S. >L Lanier, Blue and Green Bareges for Veils, rhall appear to be judicious at die time of sale. The offered in Ibi market. Also general
in the proposal which was fjuailiarto forsooth for the execution of the Fugitive ever a iort-
so bmg PLmU-rV Hotel lied White, and Yellow nanuub, tcnns will tic onf-thlrd cash, and the balance on a of and Clutll,
ment French .
tlie public in both liemisjtheres as Mr CbJ'h Law ; and what is that but an ad'iiission that Noveiiibcr 23, 1850.1C 2t BLuikcts and Quilt, credit of one and Iwo yearn, with intercut. Purchasersto Black and Fancy English Do*thins* and Casimert Belgian Black

conipruniisp l bill'e treated tie! accessionof the people of the North are ever) s'heze up in Negro Ker;'ys, Cotton 0 wibunjs Cotton Yarns pay for Master's titlt-a. awl Fi ifteJ Silk, Satin Cashmere and Velvet

)1r. 1'illmore to j>o\\erasu gurantv that : arms against it ? Such is notoriously l the fact, STATE OF PLORLTJA. Brown und Bleached Sheeting", -\ yards wide. :DE. J. F. WIHTNER I'cstingi, which he ill prepared to manufacture at ..
Sea Island Shirtings from Gen.Jainc Steam MilL Matter in Chancery. the khortet notice and in the most approved styl .
of fugitives
that measure or Poinethinjj equivjJeiit to it, I and in spite these pompous pledges, no **?
ALSO, November Itt, 1R50. 45 7t The community generally are respectfully requestedto :
would j,>a-s. The: proj>o-jj was i in its tO lli.tr are restored, and no Southern man .A complete avortment j f Hardware and Cutlrry! embracing call and examine roy siock before purchasing eNc-

rejected, but the mwtburvs which were crosses MASON aud DIXON'S line to recover the unden-igned. CHUILES W. DOWNING S- almost every article of Carpenter's andBlacksmith's Notice to Creditors. where. Talhhas-spp,October 13 1S50. 40

n nvards adopted., conti'ined, in piecemeal, his propeity, without the certainty of being \WE'' of State, WILLIAM R. H\Y\VARU, Treasurer Took IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT IN EQUITY. Tax Collector's Sale. J

i ntitlicr more nor less than Mr.I CL'iy'sselierne.'fliev mobbed, and the hazard of bei.ig killed. The and SIMoN Towt; Comptroller of Public Ac- ALSO,
1 St Uhos Salt to the bushel Margaret Butler, Adm'x of Thoa. J. ': decease],
were the bill for the admission of Califoniia Federal Government is not only powerless in (''uiita of the State rf Florida having met in the Office i ii weisbing 00 pound- a \. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law. I i .
article fur Pork.
1 superior saving have levied and shall fur before .
as a State, that for settling the Texan executing the laws of the United States against i the election of the Secretary held 011 Monday of State, tIle to canvas 7th day the of return October of 1 Swedes very Iron from 1J inch to 9 inches wide IL R. W.Andrews, .A:' .of James Barrr, decease, the Court Hou..e upon door, in the expose cilY of Tallahas I.ie. ,\ ;

boundary the acts erecting Utah and New the sentiment of the Northern people, ultimo, for one Representative to the Congress of the Sugar Kettles, 25, 40, 60, and 80 gallons, and cthers.I eon lie first Monday in May n1It.lhe following; '

Mexico into Territories, the Fugitive slave but it is absolutely contemptible in ilia shuffling United States, one Register of Public Lands in and Heavy Hollow-ware N pursuance of an order of the Court made in this property, or so iruch thereof as will pay the Stal .

bill and the important measure for the abolition pretences of doing so with which it is fur wild State, and State Senator from the 2nd. 4th, Vax:Sperm and Adamentine Cmrlleg i 5 J_ cause on Saturday to all the 9th November, be 1350 creditors notice and_ County Tax due thereon for thjear 1550, amid I !
claiming
hereby given
Winter Strained Oil, Tram and Lin ed ditto, persona all incidental to wit :
of slavery in the District of Columbia. now attempting to amuse the South. f.Ui IWli 11th, 12tli 13th, 14Ui JCtli and 19th Senatorial of Thomas J. Latham, or of the late firms of Latham I expenses *
District transmitted aid Office Ola. !. 8 by 10. 10 by 12, and 11 by 16, All that tract or parcel of land known as Forb* 4
We may hereafter take occasion to show [Charlc. ton Mercury. hcveral Judges,of us Probate, do hereby to certify that by the the White Lead Putty, Ac, 6 McKinney and Latham & Barry, to present their P'irehasewithia the limits of Leon County cor- 4I.

that five of these measures are not only hostile following is a correct canvass of the returns aforesaid, Gunny and Kcntticky Bagging, Rope and Twine claims for allowance before me on or before the Is taming 142,720 acres,more or l lesssaid to belong to "

to the further extension of fclavery; but MAEHIED. viz : Sea Island Rigffi'ig: tc, A-c. But it is hardly necessary day. of January next. the Apalachicola Laud Cutnpany.

that also In Quiiicy, on tIle 20'Ji iu". by the Roy. Joiiua The whole number of vote given for the fffie of to speak of goods un"een : they must be seen to BENJ. F WIirrNEPs D. AlrRAFNT.
they tend to circumscribe and weaken .
be appreciated. Please give me a calL Dated 9th Noy, 1850 Master in Chancery. Tax Collect,, Leon County. _
it within its present limits. The sixth, the Phelps Mr. JOSEPH PALMER firm of Palmer & Representative to Congress was eight thousand four GEO. IL MEGINNISS.November November 16, 1850. 45 7t Novem'srOlSt) 41 t* '
Puiiham merchants of Monticcllo to Miss JULIA hundred and sixty-two ((81C2 ;) anIof these Edward 1 'I.PLANTERS' 'I.
6t
16. 1850. 45
Fugitive Slave Dill which have
on we already received
C. Cab jll four thousand fuur hundred and
commented as a disgrace to American legislation WOMACK; of the former place.In f.lrtnine"ot's (H.J9.reJd) John Beard received: four Plantation and Negross for Sale. In Chancery-Leon Circuit Court. I HOTEL. .

was a pop thrown to the South to com Jefferson County, Tcnnc.8ce, by the PU.-Y. John thousand and thirteen ((4013)) vote '/r HE undersigned offers for sale valuable plantaJL \-. D. Moeeley, Adm'r of Sam. Parkhill, deceased BYS.H.LlU. ,

Jiensate ia one direction for defeat in every M. Campbell, WiL L PERRY of Florida, to M Tlie whole number of vote given for the ofnce ofPugiter tim Iving in Madison County Florida near the Union Bank of Florida TS. and others.
of Public Lauds fur die State of Florida wa.c(4gijt Crn from the Planter's Hltf'lI hk"
other. Nor have we any reason to changethe I CATHARINE E. DICK of tha former place. th.,utand and ighty-isix ((8086 :) and of these Sandy Ford on tIle Ocilla River. The plantation contains A LL persons(;as well parties in the above cau" as lilill great> ing pleasure in recommending tn ihs .
I
opinion we have hitherto that 600 acres of land one hundred which are cleared \. others)) cLuming to be creditors of Samuel Park. 1
expressed, ---- David S. Walker received four thousand tliree .uadrcd I !>tic J.r; S LAJUER.Z gentleman h3.Y-
this measure, whilst an apparent gain to the I' C2T The Grand Annual Convocation of the I i and thirty-Mi (4: :j,) and Marianuo D. Papy received and under good fence. Upon the premises are a I. hill deed. arc hereby notified to present their claimsto in!the b-nefit experience and popolaritf. in conducting
mfortable II'JU.6 houses and orchard
$outh will three thousand ISC"CI1IIlUlJ1 cd and fifty-two o dwelling out an the Master, on or before the first Monday in Dectru a public hoe, and who. 1 am well sored.. .
ultimately' like ihe others Grand Arch of the State of Florida
1 Royal Chapter well stocked with and tr .
provea apple, peach fig es.Adjoining ..
(3732): ) votes. orange her next,together with the proof to establish the same will not hit to Jye: the most entire satisfaction ii,
real gain to the North. Without 'will be LelJ in the Masonic in the of Tallauissec the is for stock and the ;
some com- Hail city -! place a good range By order of the Court. who him
The whole number of votes given for the office of my old nitrons,; nd ether may callnpnn .
J ensation> the South \\ouldnot have aban.doned ( on Monday the 13th January, 1 6Z1, tit 10 Senator for the Second Senatorial Di-trict was tvo situation i h healthy and well watered. There is avery EENJ. F. VTHITNER. A.A.FISHER.Novembe' .

its resistance to the other measures, I lo'clock.A.lL Officers of die Grand Chapter, and I ]hundred and li y.thrf'C (%3:) and of theme N. McMillan beautiful lake directly in front of tLe dwelling Master in Chancery.W lc.rf>. 44 ,

and without thee the North would not haveconct Representatives of nibordinate Chapters will take received one hundred and thirty-eight ((181,) hottfeAlso. of November 16, 1S50, 45 StMaster's N tice. .
a family eight :
nogrops.
ani 1 William L CrigltT received Landred IUd .
this one There was another reason due notice thereof and themselves accordingly.JOI1X one G A. rcITYRE.
govern Sale. hereof will
iwenty-five ((125)) votes. weeks after publication we apply
which induced some to vote for the Fu- November 16, 1 85n, 45 FOUR ,. "
B. TAYLOR, The whole number Honorable of Probate fur Leon
of Judge
vote 'given, for the omVeofSeiuUir virtue of a Decree in Equity, in Leon Circuit ; '
p'Jve slave lull who would not otherwise November 23, 1650. 46 Grand Stcrclar1W t>f the Fourth Senatorial Di-trict *'a. fair Just from New Orleans, BY Court, tntde in Ihe case ol Augustus Lanier, County for an order to sell the Land belonging to tb t :

have done *>o. Tlie protectionists Raw that -- --- -- hundred an:1 ninety-three ((493 :) and of these Jt N,eJ.Finley BY W. R '' Kenneth liembry, and the Union Dank of Florida, estate of L. H. Branch deceased and lymgiasa.iJ .

until the slavery question was disposed of :: The Grand Annual Communicationof rmived two hundred and nixty-jne ((2fil.) aid ",. Noah M. Martin and others, the following' property County. r'

they could not hope to secure attention to the Grand Lodge of the SlAte of Florida will bo Thonuw M. WI.ite n cd\" two hundred and thirtv-tvo w 18.KEGS Leaf Lard | 7 csi ks Bacon. will be offered at public sale in legal hours, I he- JOSEPH BRANCH. t dm'D. :

other." held in tIle Masonic llall in the city of TalLhAs-siea, on ((232): ) votia.Tlie 1 3 casks canvass ILmn; SO bbls. Mess Pork. fore the Court House in Tabhasee! oa Monday the JAMES H.U TlQ UrtAiL VrTT any I whole l number of votes given for the office .f COMING IN STORE FROM NEW YORK second day ot December next viz: Novcmbt-r t 9. 1850. 44 4t

COTTOX. Monday the 12th day of January, 1851, at 10 o'clockA. Senator nf the Sixth Senatorial-District was one bui- IrUh) Potatoes and Onions, lf 0 Iba. a--orted Candy, Part of Lot No. S7,in Ihe city of Tallahassee on ;
Cotton declined Valuable fur Sale.
in Charleston
M. Officers of the Grand Lttdge and Officers and dred aiid IJnct"J UU ((109:) and of these Robert r.1 Fulton Market IVef Mocha, Ja\a, Rio Coffee the east side of Monroe street having forty-two feel Negro .

on the receipt| of the Cambria's advices, from Representatives of subordinate Lodges will take due Floyd received one hundred and sixteen((11 G,) and i. 1 S Tongues, Liignira front by eighty feet in depth-an elegible lot for bu- FOR salea Negro fello.a:1 about lwnt.-fnnr..

an eighth to a quarter of cnt The notice thereof, and govern IhcniHclvep accordingly. G. Semitic received eighty-tliree ((83)) vote : i MackerelNal.bbls.4 !,fs' 50"J" u, Geese Featliers, siness. and well made, a capital hand in a Turpentine
a same Tho wliolo nuiubrr of votes pivtm for the nflitr rf; JigtieH and SoundRc.11lr j Sj>enn Candles Also the West half of tots Nos. 7<> and 77,in the orchard. and a pxxl co p'r. Enquire ol the
decline occurred in Savannah.Ccrrctpmidnice JOHN B. TAYLOR. Senator for the Tenth Senatorial District was four liui- Pickles. J Wax" original plan o( Tallahassee; on which there are a underpinned at Moutictllo. ".

November !3, 1S50. 40 Grand Secretary.5j" dred aul taxty-two (462:) and of these William Eli Cliet-lure Sardine Farm Cheee ? Star convenient dwelling house and other improvements October 26, IS.l. 4-2 WAI. C. CLARK.. _

oftlje..f.. and U. S. Gazette. : Editors in the State friendly to the Craft will i Taylor revived throe hundred and two ((302!,) aid Madeira Wines for Cooking,' Adamantine H -fronting Two Hundred Foot and Clinton streets. SHOES HATS AND CAPS. just ye ':

Great the please give the nlio} \c hw lOtieet one iiiertii'n.Carriages I Z.'tdiarimh11ztiley received one hundred and sixty ((111)) with other" articles, in variety, for sule by Also, one Negro woman, named Eliza thirty yean BOOTS and for sale by .
__ Suffering on Plauu. votts. j. M. WILLIAMS. old, and her child Mary Ella, three years old"Terms GEORGE H. EESTWICK. 1.. ::

:5J'OCKJ'OCalilornia., Sept. yO, 1830.: 1! The whole number of votes given for the office tfSenaUir November Ifi, 1850. 45 tf -Ca/n. Purchasers to pay lor Master's tie October 2'. 15)0. 42 1 ,
I hue just conversed with :Buggies, Saddles, Harness, &c. for tIle Eleventh Senatorial District wa; fiv) lIe!. BENJ. F. WHITNER,
a gentlemanfrom -- hundred and thirty-four ((534 :) and of these WfluanP. Taken Up.T' October 2G, 1850. 42 7t Master in Chancery. SMITH & DHWOBTH "
New York, who with three of his broth- D. E. HTJLLT"T Motley received two hundred and .
ciglity-six ((286.) has. taken attend to obtaining Land barrartg rr.r per-
era, arrived here ye&tejday, a four monihb' A hit CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, and John Westcott received two huudreJ and forty- lIE old subscriber MARE and COLT day up an REMOVAL. WILL" entitled to Bounty Land under the late ;\ ,
I as trays.
journey the c..d-4v-tI. Bartlett'8 Brick I eight ((248)) "otea.I grey
across lie states that Building, i.ffors for ,
country : Act of Congress
.
'I l
yj The < to ,
owner requested prove property
I __
.ale three f The whole number of votes fur the office of FRESH SUPPLIES !
about "Mileudid rjr-mit llOCKA given
70,000 the road Monticello October 26, 18,5 I.
persons are on now.- ; charges and take them away, or they will be durxxted 1 ,42 f-: ,-
WAYS a splendid lit of BUGGIES, with without Senator for tIle Twelfth Senatorial Djtrictfall tlue pay I
The four brothers started with two six mule tops four PEDLAR'S WAGGONS, one 'C'HllrJ-lumJ] hundred and twelve ((312 :) and of these Allen p. of according to Ia,-. J. M. ROBERTSON.L MARSHALL & JAMES baring removed td the coopers Coopers Qoopers t., t

learns plenty provisions, clothing money, ckawny with hanieas vhich Johnson received one hundred and Store and Warehouse Na 53 CAMP .
comjilete, will be told acventy-four ((17 ,) and
for sale
ke Jackson,Noy. 16 1850. 45-3 w HE subscribers now offer a new com-
etc. and arrived street are now opening a large and general stock oi
in Stockton with the loss of vcrv. low and Guilford RcyUtcr- received one hundred and thirVi'ightl38)votei. T plfte assortment of Cooper Tools j..
r FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS rynMstmg
,
almost everything. -ALSO.-. ( ) Groceries, Fruits, &c. to which they ask the attention of the City and Country of Coopers Adzes, Stock HowelU, llowelling Bit*. I' I _

lie stales that on both branches of the Platte _At the OLD STAND, Pha-nix BuHdiiiga, Senator The whole for the number Thirteenth of votes Senatorial given for Dwtrict the officcpf\ TtTST received pet Schr. W, R. PETTES from New Trade. Their supplies (which are replenished by Levelers Crows Wood Stocked, Broad Axes, andIron -. I. P

the cholera prevailed to a horrible extent, hun. L Saddles Bridlc, and Martingaleh,<,f n in'j.a hundred and twelve (C12 :) and of tln-fre Robert was Bro\n er J Orleans everylarrival) consist now, in part of- ( Braces, Chatnpering and Ilowetlrng.Slave Knives.Hollowing* ,0 I

dred dying daily. The waters of the PJatte riety of rtyles; harness all dccrijtions; received three hundred and sixty ("CO,) and Henry D. Extra Flour Na 1 Soap, 100 pieces English German, and French Broad Cloths Hoop October, Heading 10, !,Sjf Backing. 41, BETTON HIGGS. ..

are thick and muddy, and he attributes theescape Axels, Springs, Hulw, DaJi Frani n, Carriage Trimniiugs Wilson received two hundred and fifty-two((252)) ,vowC OW.xtOrmg *, 200 plain and fancy styles of Cas-dmeres, .

of hii from sickness to their mid Shoe Bindings; Trunks Carpet Bags, Vali- The whole number of votes given for tins office |If I Star Candles Lemons, 200 Of. I' Satinets, -1 UN N Y.Kentucky,and Sea Island Bagging New t.
parly precautions .4", Ac. ic togetlier with all other articles required Senator fur the Fourteenth Senatorial District was fojr Sugar cured Hams Malaga Grapes 20 cases Kentucky Jeans assorted mixtures, VjT York and Kentucky Rope for sale by
in boiling the water' clearing it with in Li* line. hundred anti ninety-fire ((493 :) and of these OzsBuddington Butter and Cheese, Dates 10 angle and double mixed Tweed, October ID. -:. 41 F. H. FLAGG. : V
isinglass and making it into lea or coffee be. N. B. J Repairing done with despatch received two hundred and eixty-thne Shoulders Raisins in half Boxes 50 yellow green, red, blue/anti white FLumeJ" '

fore drinking The graves emigrants, hersaS. November 23, 850. 46. tf ((2C3,) and ,Tc lui Browurd received two hundred t i dthirtytwo Lard : Sugared.Almonds, plain and twilled f ASH ADVANCES made on Cotton .hirlcd
votes.The N. O.Sugar Plums 200 7-8 and 4-4 Osnaburgs Linen and Cotton W ta Holbrook At Nelson.New Yorkbv
(
thick (232))
were at ,
the every camping place near CITY HOTEL whole number of votes given f* the officeV Clarified do. Rock Candy, 200 Jeans, I.in'v. Kerseys, Plains October 10, ISiO. 41 F. H. FLAGG. I,1!

Platte. In crossing the great fluint tbis T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Senator for the Sixteenth Senatorial Dielrict was f.p Rio Coffee Apples, tc, tc. 25 high colored plaid arid plain Merino Luwys -- .

tide of the great Salk Lake, their .sufiejingserc TillS well known crtablinlimciit ha pa-wed )hundred and Cfry-four ((154:) and of the.- Georjf Forsaleby A. E. HOC. Caroline and Scot Plaids high colored Merinos Alpaca, For SalOt

indescribable. kd s' tIle JI.I1wor the undersigned asi.LPWirietnr }pro- I Stewart received eighty-wx ((86,) and U. D. Vaughai Monrrw ot, next door South of Berry& Rowlcs Lyone'Hj Cloths, Canton Cloths, Bombazine Prince Al- SEVERAL Soldi. rs' Bounty Land Warrants all ,' .

The sand was knee deep, the sun broiling by \vbomit will \be kept as a Board received rixty-eight ((68)) votes. t November 16, 1850. 45 tf bert Clothe, Bombazets Velvets Cashmeres Moui>se- can be located in one holy or fra't ou r. ., ,
not not le 1 j iuj* Houiie and Houno of Eutertaimbi-nt in connectiimvitli The whole number of votes given fur the office 4( line de Lames Bareges Calicos Ginghams Shirtings any Lands of the UntedSmstes.trnther to"rp'old or I
; a tree to there
was seen ; was the Planter's lIt tL IrIS ix-rwaial Kuj>eruit
no water, and their provision were all gone. ,ill be given to liotli] establichmcuts either hundred and ninety-niue ((199 :) and of these John t sale the DWELLING HOUSE at present oc kerchiefs Capes, Collars Wri.tbandlHOIIicry, Gloves November 9, ISM. 44 .

ForUjnatelj', after pacing over about one bun. of which tra elltrs and iKiardfrs will fiud a bill of lawi Baldwin received one hundred and fifty-eight ((18Q) FOR by John W. Argyle E q. There are attached Mitts Buttons Tapes Hooks and Eyes, Spool Cotton,

dred miles of this hideous desert, they came of the best that the market and neighborhood will af- and Temple Pent received furty-oue(41)( ) votes. ; to the property several fine lots. The whole is Merino and Cotton Shirts and Drawers, Stocks Ties CashAd'vances. '

acrou ajnanwho had gone foily miles fur. fIOrd and will receive every attention that their comfort In testimony,whereof we have hereto1 set oursignatures officil now offered cheap or,ill be exchanged for negro property Parasols Umbrellas and Bonnets with a rich aseortmtot THE undersigned! will make liberal easi! advances
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tber, found good spring, and returned with and convenience fhall require. The proprietor this eighteenth day of\ember.,A J). 11.iO at a fair pnce. Enquire at this Office. of shipment of CCltOHcansigned to J. L.
appeal to the liberality of the public fur ouch a share C. W. DOWNING, November 16, 18\0. 45 FAJfCY GOODS Small wood. New Ylrk.SI.LLWOODt.
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two barrels
of water. This waler be first of patronage as will (liable him to carry out Ins piifjxMiof Secretary of State. Slack and Dress Silks and Ribbons, GIBSON & HARRIS. j

old for $1 per gallon, then 1$ per quart, then } fitting such tables UH shall sufler by com}uol.'U1 WM. IL HAYWARD Notice.rOUB Florences Gauzes, Satin, Reps, Tarlatans, Bobbmcts Qoiney. November 2.1 IbJO. 4: 4nti to *\

$10 per j tnt, and as the emigrants came with noiMj other, and keep ruch cnlabliJiinenUi as State Treasure! ,. weeks after date I will make application to Jaconets. Mull and Book Muslins plain and figured _. 11 i

along, each cbouked almost to death and alioll be worthy of the Catutal of die State.S. SIMON TOWLE 1 Jj the Honorable A. McDonald Judge of Probatefor Swiss Muslins Artificial Flowers, Wreatlw Sprigs U. S. Marshal's Sale. .

completely exhausted his raised M. LAJTIER. ComjitroUcr Pub Ae't& Madison County for: leave to sell the real estate of Cameleon Feathers, Satin Muslins, Dimitfo Din' J..rs, '
prices and virtu- of a writ of FL Fa.issued from the Clcr.
no sum he could name within the of November 23, 1860, 46 tf November 23, tRSO. 46 It Henry D.Jourdan, deceased of said County,viz: Fort Laces, Edgings Irwrtings, Cords Binding., Braid BY "of the United States District Court in and :
power acres of Land J lying and being in the County of Ma J- Shawls, (square and longS Cloths for carruu' and car
the for tOO Norther District of, Florida wherein Lovr u l
refused to JaililK Bail Road
Office
poor emigrant was to be r..aid.W .- Brought ? ison. linings Billiard Cloth, WaddmCT. Cotton Yam Sewing
HoDbrock is and A. H. Cole Samuel
en the water was nearly all gone, & man Tallaluuwee en he 22d inst a negro man J\'ovtmlr J. 1S50, 5 I THOMAS M. ANDERSON Silks and Twist, Flax Thread Skein Cotton Huck 1 and G. W. Cole plaintiff defendants I have levied StevfV and '
who hio i is Y. Resolution of the Boat d of Directors, the e Administrator. abacks Drill Gnuw Cloths. Denims, T".ilJ Indigo arc upon
came .
along, who for three whole-dajs! and says name COKT.EUCK. that he B ra> Sheriff and ex officio Stripes will offcr for sale before the Court House door in the .
to OoL of Madison Ci of transportation on the following briiclcs u reduced 45 5t blue Drills, Cotionadcs. Cotton Cawinvres Mosquito .
nights had drank but a half pint of fluid. lie Watts >unty. Said November 16, 1850. : town of MiwE.* .i. on Monday the 2d day of Pccembcr
ticgro 1 U about 21 ore 1"ll of age, light complexion to 12i cents! for one hundred weight, l lo tatS Net, which with a full stock of every thing re- .
was almost dead, and begged for some water. al*>ut 5 feet, 4 or 5 indies liigli. The owner u tllect from the first day of November, 15.'O'j; Notice. fuired for next, the fulIo1CCri00d property YU i iFour .

The answer was, "I have not enough to last requested; to comply with the law.and tate him av.a!. Lime, Cement, Slate 'lIay, Brick, and Stove for weeks after date I wfll make application to 1 PLANTERS AND.MERCH.\?'S, lot with unimproved a store-hou lot thereon knowu.u and Xoa. -, and WH ;

myself and animals back 10 the spring."- JOHN IL RHODES, Jailer. buiUjll On Oats,otllf'r 'lhan maible. FOUR Honorable A. McDonald Judge of Probate we intend to keep M a* to supply orders in full andalso A. IL Coin, said"property all Iv, hur and nowoccupied beirij in thai by _
and Corn five cents bushel. ;
$5O, $IDO. $500, $700 was: offered in sue- November 23, J 8\/ 40 tf Storage of 04 cents sack per on Salt
cession for one little cup full of water, and the will hereafter be chare&In per perm, 1 ', R. Pattison, deceased, late of aid County, viz: dooeMAnsI Icfcndonta to satisfy Ball!' -wri* *. Notice \LL 4 JAMES
dealer SPHcopurtaerbhip ,Two Lots in the town 'of Madison, known as Lots J.T.imilCK.
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refused The wretched consideration 6f the reduction of freight, *( Marshal.
emigrant
No. 53 troet New Orleans.November .
,
threw down whichIm existed miJcr tlie name Company will not bold themselves bi Nos. 1C7 and 168, in Section 56. Camp 1\ !. t80. By 0. W.HUTCHINS D. 5f
$700 responsible tiY.!
: all be had in the woild, 1. and finn of BULL A PRATORIUS, is this day to Lime laid THOMAS M. ANDERSON. 1 i& 1850_ 45 4t ,
danuge !
and
or Hay. Consignees-will P
his by main force grasped the cup and quench.ed dissolved by mutual corwent. All persons indebted to themselves in readiness lo remoTe the last named r. Sheriff and ex-oficio Administrator. Ready-made Clothing Sstadlery, ,, '4t P

tblm. the above firm, \\'illlllc:111e call and .Rettle with J. B licle UpOn discharge' of the cats, a* for reason tf Kovembcr, 1&S0.* 18 ftM 6. A. HcDTTYEJE, JUSTreef: ? ri per Bark Slajr.. (tfQ Ke* York. 1& ;*
This statement seems incredible Bull,who *ill attend to the kcttleukaitof the couccm their hazardous natu liae will nol rcceiie E Jf ddg..Mi
; hut mv Company C. C.BYRD & CO. U1.G OM &Ni1T 9 Clothing n"4 pfj, j[ I
nformant 1. j. HULL them in their Warehouse. hich uflered tb
a man of iutelligence and probf. R003M t City HoteL llery, are to t ? ?: ]jc rTlltt V-f
,? .' V, .and bit ) IT.LTOKIUS., THOMAS J. PERKINS.Xtrraber U L rniVe very liberal advance on Cottons ','9;.* w* 'lnai? .: a.'t 4
won cannot be doubled goon November 19, 160.. It ; 2, 1'Q.' 4.3ifcrctCl'V.' .hi'pe4to Ibcir Jfifcndiip fcvv Yvrk Vet) li? \.t t m i .: 1f O. il "_-. .5 >. ..v ..*-i fe IV'T, g :

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JI.: DAGUERREAN STABILITY-SECURITY-PERPETUITY. -BU5II2C t 'S-'(Harts, $:c. :cgal ncrigCmt1t9 STAT FL RA.I .I Valuable Lands for Sal.WILL .

-_ Reward. 7
,_ be sold
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p 1' ,, SKY-LIGHT I GALLERY $100,000.THE LEWIS &AMES- Middle Circuit. the Gth day aur1on.OfJanuar3 j",Qa,IS.517 0
to the La tracts of Land t,
respectfully announces belonging to
subscriber the _
: estate r
:' CO. LEON COUNTY-IN EQUITY. of
.t I THE and GentlemenI of Tallahassee and its vicinity YTUA LE ISUANC DEALKnSINDRUGS Hicks deceased.One I

!, t that he hu taken tbe Rooms over Messrs. Dul OF NEW YORK-: ., MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, Tallahassee. Rail Road Company Complainant, tract is in Calhoun ? 1

\4 &1'ratoritts* Clothine Store, for the purpose fashionable la Accumulated Fund, Nov. hat, 1$19DOO.- Toilet ArlI Ics, Pcrfnrncry, &r., Window Glass Richard Hayward, George tl.K. Walker, Union Dank cola River, a Jew miles below Bionl'sAtah.
Likenesses in the mot NET Bond and nearly2000acies of |
king Darusrrean securely invested in Mortgageson While contaIn ]Lnd ;
of Florida Betton ,
PAINTERS' Rurbutt R. and Elijah
uf the beautifully 00 BRUSHES AND that there are from three <
hundl"uPpine
COLORS to *4
r t ; aud late improvements :tate in $Hii* City and Brooklyn, and stocks Brown
Defendants.
; 'put up in Morocco Ca'es, Lnrkeh Breast Pins, Me I of the State and City of New. orkand UnitedStatesGovernment. Apothecaries' Glass Ware, Ac.rpHEaboveconstantly appearing from Iheallegatbnsof Complainant'sBill Proclamation by Tomas land!, from five to six hundred rtate(
dalions, and Finger Rings. to give as IT Governor of mock, and from 1000 to :
i' i guarantees on band,and forule at the which are verified by affidavit, that Defendant 'i2J acres of
/ ,ir not better, Likenesses than any that has ever. This 'lund is rapidly increasing by a widely extended JL lowestmarketprices. Elijah White, i U not a resident of the State of \TnERE, It has been made known tome thai cane-brake or rIer.mud *f
1'/\ been obtained heretofore in this city. He feels justified and business. LEWIS &. AMES. : thai Y V' a murder was recently committed in the County or thereabouts, are now open roundi.40rl Ctt|,
Florida but resides in the State of Georgia so
I in the above assertion, a in (ul posse-- The Company prospeions declared a dividend of profits of fif Tallahassee, November 20, IS47. I Ssu.1o.i he cannot be served with of subpoena : of Gadjden, in this State by one James Rigging.upo'n The improvements consist

fu-nofthe principal late improvements the art, !ty-two perceat- all exuting policies on the 31st It is Ordered process, That Defendant, Elijah ; the body of John White, and that said Riggin with four rooms, some twelve or ronrteeg'oal

J a both in chemicals and othEwise. His pictures, as January, ISIS. TO'YLF. MABIANO D. FAPY White,thmiipon plead answer, or demur to this on or i is now a fugitive from justice: negro cabin, a sugar mill and ,

will be seen,areSurpassed divided the Insured. TOWLE & PAPY before the first Monday in next, Bl. \'O Know. Ye, that THOMAS BROWH, Gov. necessary_ __ out.buidings.all new aThe in
Profits
All tha are among ,
peri .
t. by none and equalled) but by few Apri ernor of the State aforesaid, by tirtue of the authority 'ben newly) fenced gOotht
't said Bill taken and
of f having
-' This 1.my motto,my pictures prove it true." The premiums are payable in cash annually,semU Attorneys and Counsellors at law, him do-vn for ex confese led, That' vested in me by law do hereby offer a reward of vided into four shifts. There I is one :
set hearing paste: ]
I .. Tbe subscriber ha,at considerable expense,fitted annually, or quarterly, interest being added on the ( formed an association for the Practice a of this Order be published for'rof four months, Oe lundret Dollars for the apprehension of said ere new in sugar cane ot fine, luxuriant .

ill his apartments so as to obtain a sky-light from deferred pavments. HAVING, wi attend the several Courts of the onc copy a x\Tek in one of the his delivery into the custody of the planted mostly within the present and last ro"t".'
,. 1 need not tell the of the art that it The cashprinciple adopted by this Company secures consecutively newspapers said of Gadsden. The it
above. patrons Middle Florida,and in the District Com published in the city of Tallahassee. Sheriff( of County purchaser, might safely calculate on ;
is one of Ihe greatest adhtitI1, as the light fiom to the parties for whose benefit I the insurances without of the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entrusted THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. Mtm.-Said: Riggins is about; years of age : from 600 to 1200 barrels of syrup from t the rL

1 above.i concentrati-d on the object, and resular, are elected, the whole of the advantages of to their care will receive prompt attention. November 5, IS50. feet, 7 or 8 inches high-has dark eyes,dark, complexion in' this field another year. Cotton, ToWco 5
t" impossible with any kind of side-light. subjecting them to the heavy drawback accumulated t1z-: Offlcein the Capitol. A true from Minutes of Court. ,and full,round face-is stout and heavily .Corn can also be cultinte moat successfully adCompelent
copy
a This is more tested where) families and groups are taken. premium notll. their lives February 17, 18.9. OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk.M. built, and addicted to drinking. J'ld e.pronouce this to the t u.
The citizens and particularly the Ladies, are Persons may effect insurance on own In testimony \thtreof. I have hereunto set my tract of Land on Apalachicola Riv b. "
respectfully invited to cal at his rooms ana examine and I the lives of others! A married women can insure MEDCNOnCE.. A. LONG, Solicitor for Complainant. hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal desiring more information are referred- p.

I. specimen Old cleaned: and put up in a the life of her husband, the benefits of whichare November. 9,1S50. 44- 4m' [Seal] of the State of Florida the Capitol, inTallaha Muse, of Quincy. Rev. Jesse Ca of Jaclcm H..
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manner to preserve them fiom fading. I have two secured by law for the exclusive use of berel or Dr. Charles T. Darby Jefferson Circuit Court. ee.this 12th day of October A. D. 1S50 ty, near Ochciee, Robf. S. Hardaway, Co15m S
instruments with a splendid children. Governor of i"
-fine German operation THOMAS Florida. Ga..Jame" Drummond, on premises
ESPECT'ULLVannouncesto the BIOWN. I
T : in
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public .
salaries srenIX -
and all othersden endent .
stock of materials. Clerg-men upon IN CHANCERY. scriber Diamond Grove
eral that he has located By the Governor- : near ,Brunwick,Vae
JOHN R LLOYD. are specially invited t to avail themselves of a resource permanently himselfn Rm and Distribution. C. W. DOWNING,Secretary of State. Theother tract of Laud is i in Gadsden
for
Montictllo, Florida and will be found at Injunction : Con t tmile''mtb.ed't
to families be secured
N. B. Instructions given in the art, according whereby their surviving may jsr. 41 fit from
October 19, Q'iincyonlheTallaha
unless professionally en a e.l. Strict attention Exectoru of William Goodman Complainants, _
in chemicals and otherwi.o. from the evils'of wi
penury.Pamphlets !
the latest improvements.both having Wni. Jackson's tract on the nortfr andr.
all calls. ,
be paid to professional r.t.E r.
42 3m of the principles of Mutual Notice.
explanatmy
October :20,1S50. MnseN the south and
-. Li'e Insurance, and illustrating its advantages, May 5. 1 S.9. 18S.L.IHIELDS,11.D. "eza Da"her, Sarah Waters Green R. Slater, Margaret mal & >on I contains 'ac ,.!
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entitled
to The island Cotton
persons, creditor?, legatees sea grow finely on thuTera.Orte.fourth ,
Slater Jane Elizabeth Slater, Harriet Lani
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Tax Collector's Sale.BY with fauna of application, may be obtained at theotlice FrancE ALL otherwise interested in the estate of
S.B.Boxr or tht "
.D. purchase
.. virtue of the power vested in me b\ law, I of the Company, 3:Wall st., or of any of its John E Goodman M. Slater,and,John William G. Sllter.Goodman William Kllerv.voodand Slater. of Robert Spence late of Jefferson County, Floida. be required i in cash, and a credit of one, two"r]1 j

1. shall expose for sale, before the Court House at agents. TRUSTEES.Jos. Drs. SHIELDS & BOND Spain, Defendants. deceased: are hereby notifel to exhibit their claim: three year will be given. for the balance,the pur.a
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Quincy, in the County of Gadsdcn, on the i-econd TT appparing to the.satisfaction of this Couif, by and demands within year from this t date to the chaser.executing uUt approved security.In d

:: Monday of April next, the followinj described pro- B. Co1ns. David C. Colden, TTAVING associated themselves together in tlieJLJL JL affidavit made in this cause, that the said Defendants undersigned i or the !are will be barred; and al the bonds carrying interest.
peity.or BO much thereof as will pay the State and Win. J. >.1'4p.l Alfred Edward, practice of Medicino, Surgery, &c., offer their ,with the of William Goodman Ellenwood persons'indthed to the said deceased, are requested EURWELL B. WILK
R. II. McCmdWm.. Betls, services to the citizens of Quincy and thcsurround- exception Executor of Reuben B.
and the
County Tax d'ie thereon for the )jear 1S50 relide out of' the State of Florida, beyond payment. 1t ,
necemry expenses incident thereto, to wit Fred. S. Winston Joseph Blunt, i ing country. I the jurisdiction of this Court, but in the. United JAMES R. TUCKER. Sheriff November 9, 1S50. 4- 8t' ..
The whole of what is called Forbes Purchase," C. W. Faber, Isaac G. Pearson, Quincy, August 1 11. 191(_311 States : of Jefferson County o Cfro Adm'r. -- ------- ;

". lying in Gadsdcn County,or so much thref as will John P. Yelvcrton, Henry Wells, W. S. It it therefore Ordered, That Ihe said Defendants,, Jefferson County,.October 5, 1S50. 3m To Planters.
CARAWAY SMITH, [ DILWORTHSaflDYiKI
: pay the Tax aforesaid, bounded on the Eatt bv the Thco. Sodwick, Wm. Mooie. ] Eseza Dasher, Sarah Waters Green R. Slater Mar Notice.A undersigned have just received their
S Ov-klocknce River,and on the West t by the Apalachicola Stacy B. Co1ns. Zebedee Cook, ] & EHUrTORTH. Slater Jane Elizabeth: Slater, Harriet TiE ol Plantation Goods, which the Fil

Ri\tr. HUGH O. McLEAN, John II. Swi. JOla. 1fitr. ATTORNEYS AT LAW_ Eattl'rancts. Slter. John G. Slater William Slater and LL persons, creditor and legatees, entitled to lor sale I on accommodating' terms, consisting Ja part lef
Ta\ Collector for GadsJen County. John David John and Spain and answer the distribution or otherwise interested in Ihe,estate of the following :

October 1'. 1" O. 40 Cm S. M. Cornell, Robert Shu}leI, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. Bill of Ci.mplaint in appear this cau- within four of James Moore,late of Jefferson County, Flo Blankets-London, Duffil, Mackinaw and
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Gouv. M. Wilkins, James Chambers, fed notified exhibit 'heir Crt
deceased hereby, to
are
wool and
months this
July 7, 1843. 27. from the the publication of I Order riJ. Plains-al heavy.
Sale.BY John V. L. Pruyn, Joseph Tuckerman, and demands within two years from this dale and
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'. Tax Collector's .or the said Bill will be taken for confessed against JCerseyi-Washington striped Goorjia.Llntey .
Fred. Moses H. to the undesigned, or the same be barred ; and
Whittlesey Grinnel. them. "i fancy plaidand plain coin ,.
A. E. MAXWELL :
law
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vested in by
virtue of the me Wm. J. ,
power Ely, unklr. all indebted to the are requested -
.1nd it Ordered That of persons deceaed Cotton ,brown prints
f r sale before the Court House at i further publication osnaburgs shirtings ffannelj!
shal, in expose the County. of Gad"dcnon the second John Walter C. Ciuger, Francis Eugene S.Dutilh Lathrop, ATiY I i this( Order made in some newspaper published at to make immediate payment. Sheriff handkerchiefs,shawls,negro caps and wool hatsaada
Joy JAMES R. TUCKER
ILL attend all Ihe the Middle Cir Talahasee! oncea week tor Ihespaceof four month*. Iargestok of rubella. HEIR RUST.
Moadiyof next, the following described : &
April property Pelt J. O. Thatcher. W I Adm'r.
Alfred and
of Jefferson County tx officio
cuit. Office S THOMAS October 20, 1S50.: 42
the State and 03: over Burney's Store.Tallahassee BALTZELL Judge.
or 'I) inuch thereof a wi pay JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. 1' Jefferson County October 1S50. 39 3mSheriff's
Oct. 27 ]&49. A true Attest -- ------
County Tax due thereon for year 1S50, and the ISAAC 42ffiuTTNY cony- : -- Notice. -
Secretary.JOS. -- ----
AnnAT. -- --- C. G. FIFE, Clerk.November .
incident thereto, to wit : v
) oxpenss Sale.
necessary : Corm-lor. H. BRADFORD 180. 41 tm months after dateaj>plication will be
made
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Seven hundred and (fifty acres of lnd. hingon JAMES: B. Ag't., Tallahassee. { SIX to
.' Crooked Creek, purporting to belong tl misleadaad : 1LE AT LAW BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, issued from Honorable Judge of Probate of Jelerll
Itaney, or so much thereof as is necessary to pay January I 19.1650. yCTTTON In Leon Circuit Court.IN the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the County by the undersigned .Administrator nfGerg>

:,! the Tax aforesaid. HUGH 0 McLE\N, GINS Tallahassee, Florida CHANCERY.[ county of' Leon Middle Circuit Florida! wherein ; Ellis, deceased, late of said Cointy, for

t' Tav Collector for Gadsdcn] County. April 20, 1S50. 15 James M. Hunter Administrator of Archibald R. Wesley Leak i;plaintiff, and Canada Rouse i-*defendant -: from said adrini trator hip. I
40 Cm S I have levied upon and.will expose to sale. CHARLES L.
t October 12,-tS:-)-- JESSE II. WATSON, W. G. M. DAVIS, Hunter,deceased, before the Court Home door in the city of Tallahassee Jefferson County October 23* 1550. POWELL tm

ts. the first in December next within -- -----
Monday --
Sale. ATTORNEY AT LAW on
Tax
GIN MAMTACTUHKn, William and others, creditors of said estate.
Colector's Barney
and
legal hours the following described property, to Just Received for Sale
1"\V virtue of power \ested in me by law, I Palmyra, Lee County Georgia, HAS takefl up his abode at Talahas.ee. and will IT appealing to the satisfaction of the Clnt, bj wit :' ,
.1) expose for sle.bcf're the Court House at in the Courts of Disllict.and affidavit,that William Burney, Leonidas Wttley, 1 f\ BARRELS Family Roe Herring
Ih.1 G Bales Cotton at in ,
Quincy, in the County of Gadden, on the second WOULD inform his friends and the public gene of Franklin Jackson Counties.March Henry Clark, Mary McClure.1 homasi. Hardie, Depot Tallahassee 1\J Ii" .
of(deft
ant do" Gin House Plantation
2 do ,
Monday in April npd,the following described pro that he continues the above business at 0, 1 S: 9 and Simon Ta lor. Defendants in the above ease, reside CO Extra and Western Floor,
his old stand,where he be happy to supply them 10,000 lbs seed do I 10 Ithi.key,
1 p'rtvorsa much thereof as wi pay th" State and wi beyond t the limits of the State of Florida, but "u
with a Jirsl rate As an of the ) c I" No. and 2 Mackerel in halves and
!! County Tax due thereon for year 1S50, and the e\'idtnce MCQUEEN MCINTOSH, within the limits of the United States : 2fOlb"cean" quarters
neresmy expenses incident thereto to wit : quality of his work, he would state that out of the ATTORNEY AT LAW It Is That said Defendants and !acre not picked I whole'birrels,

Six hundred and forty acres of land, l>ing on large number sold by him the past year, not one has answer Orcer'd.filed in this cause, on or appear before the 1,000 Bushels Corn in Crib ,I.* A large lot of Soap,to be sold low by the bos.

', Rock Creek, purporting belong to L. S. Callin.orso fail.-d to give perfect satisfaction-and would as reference WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern first Monday in February next: otherwise the Comlainant's SO acres not gathered I" Also, a large lot of heavy Dry Good,sad about

._ so touch thereof as pay the Tax aforesaid. I givethe name of any one who has one of his ; the United States Di-trictourt at |> 1 Bill shall be taken pro confesao: J'roei- 2U.OOO Ibs Foddei in stacks I 1 1500 worth of heavy Shoes, btide anexteomt
"i HUGH O. Mc.LF.AX. I Gins in use. lie is intending to enlar e hisestaLlishI St. Augustine ; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; tied, A of this Order be once a week Levied upon as t the property of said derendantand assortment of coarse hats, by

I 1 'Tax Collector for' Gadsden County.October I ment consiJerab'y this year by which: means he will and prosecute Claims for citizens in any pirt on'lor- for four copy months the published said fir Monday in to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facia October 26,1550. .1 S. S. KN'lGHT.

40 6m I be enabled to fl orders (which last year he was unable ida against the Go\'crmtnt at Washington, either preredinl and A. A. FISHER Shtrit ------
next
12,1S50. February >me printed pub-
I before at tile newspaper Nov.2, 1550. By II. T. S.
.' 4 to do) Gins, if possible, superior to any ever Congress or Departments.OCJAddress lished in the Middle Circuit of the Stated t Florida. Bounty Lads and Pensions.

Tax Collector's Sale.BY manufactured i in Southwestern Georgia. Bethinks !, Jacksonville, East. Florida. Given at Chambers, this 5th September, 1S0.THOMAS Notice. E und r.i i nd,ba in ; anngtm.lf with&
mac
I that every )year's experience enables him to make a AugustlOiSSO.] 31 BALTZELL, T acd the Cit
Judge.A
virtue of the power vested in me by law, I little better article. ___ _, 1TILL he sold at public outcry ate a competent experienced Agent !
true Attest, of and with the
for sale, before the Court I House at and; ,withaldetermined DR. WILLIAM H. BRADFORD, copy- Vf Columbas Columbia County, Washington, being now rroWf
sal expose Beinga practicalmerhanic: OSCAR A. MYERS Clerk. -4;. and form, wi! the collection
J t I in he County of Gad.d(!. on the second that none but Gins of the very first class shall be manufactured Office, first Door West t of Judge LaltzelH. LONG, ARCHER, CORLEY _.;-:: fayjgrt. Forda. on the first Monday in January approved of Claims requisite by Power cf i aten y JtoMfj
Monday[ April ne't.the following desciibed proPerlY in i his shop,he feels safe in\varranting| themto k next, the w steamer GLASGOW.This .-
May 25, 1550.] 20 Solicitors Complainant. Lands, Pentium, and Claim lor Lo*.e.and Smtce
much thereof will the State and __ ___ Boat has been the Snwannee for the .
running
or si) as pay operate to th.> satisfaction. of the purchaser. He h h ___ Sopf ember _5, IS50 3 ; 4m on the United State C ,
Taxes due thereon from to 1S5'J' inclu- ; last two draws 17 inches light, and 2 feet 6 upon !
County JS43 will deliver them free of charge to purchasers at Pure Sulphate of Quinine. -.- years, Otlicers and -odier! of lb. .(
IBJ
bite, and the necessary expenses incident thereto to their plantations.All In inches when loaded,and carry from three to five
of the Indian warsmncet7t4. Betcty
Chancer.
wit : engagements made with his Ascnts, THE slb'crihers have on Land two hundred and MIDDLE : hundred bales of Cottoa Her Engines and Boilersare : .1 .
tra'e1ng Lands under the late Art of Cu.aes. F
Two hundred and forty acres of land in Gsdsden or orders tot the Proprietor at shall be )" ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which they [ of excellent workmanship and in good condition. ."OK.re"dfrr
Paln'r AT CHAMBERS, August 1550. moderate will b*
purporting to belong to Robert Jimer<' n. o Promptly attended to. have obtained dirrct from tl.e manufacturers, and Her timbers are sound, and with a moderate outlayfor a comptnseti.n dar
county thereof as will the aforesaid, lying they will warrant it to be a superior article. Bill far leave to 8tl Land. of etc., she could be made upon delivery of the warrant: r>r t!allt *
tucl pay Ta'al 03- Repairing properly done in the most durable We have John P. Duval and Ann F. a!.,Complan't repair WheelloIJ"C I ed. D. HOGfcT.
on Flat Creek. HUGH O. McLEAN. enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines t to answer a purpose a tow boat o?for trans.

Tax Collector for Gadsden Couutv. mannlr.Or:;- He is also Agent for the sale of Chapman I by recent an ivt9,and are prepared to execute The Heirs at Law of David vs. M. Sheffield, deceased, poitation of freight on any of the Gulf rivers. In I October I 10. IO.G. W. IIUTCUISiTallahae. 41cTT

tt October 12, S50. 41 Gm'CIY Randall's &. Co.'s CAST IRON HORSE POWER SUGAR I orders for articles in our line,at wholesale or retail, whose names are unknown.IT the hands of an enterprising individual company, -- .
-
MILLS in Georgia and Florida.! on the mOlt accoinmodalingUrms.We she can doubtless be made a profitable concern. rToTlT.
Sonthwtet appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
COTTON WEIGHER. have also a few accounts yet due to us forthe t of Capr.
further
Contracts be made with For please euquire
can: Travelling pal ticulal
my Agents. the heiis at law of David M. Sh
WEIGHER )'ea 1SI9. They are generally in small amounts telJ. del'casEd. DANIEL BELL: board to D. PERKINS HE undersign*d,bating rented thuhqtJ
,. THE: ; PUBLIC COTTON Any information wanted with regard to the cost and do not reside in this State, but in of Connecticut on or
the City of Tallaha from the North with Iwo pair of Scales, manufactured me at Paltmra.Lee Co'intyGeorgia. far towardsliquidatingceilain sums which we owe. David M. Sheffield do and to the Terms made known on day of sale. -_immediately West of the Capitol Square!

aljusted and certified bi/ the Inxpcctor oj March 30,1850. 12 ly. LEWIS & AMES. sid said Complaint, in thisca appear e filed answer,\t ithin four BY ORDER or THE STOCKHOLDFRS.Coilmbus the city of Tallahassee, and filled it up in eoinjittt
Scales and Weights? of the J\"ew York CustomHouse June S, 1550. 22 monl Bi from the date hereof: .1nd it further OrItrcd : ,Fa., Oct. 12, 1S50. 40 Sentinel. order i:now ready to accommodate Boarder in the
i i5 now to received and weigh Dr. D. Jaynes' Family Medicines best and most approved style of rteltainment.-
prepared any Blacksmithing.1IEundersigned That a copy of t tl.is. Older. be published,once New Goods.
Cotton brought to this Market. He will attend at Having the advantage of large and cemfoitable par
COMPRISING! his Expectorant, Hair Tonic Alterative a week 'for the space of four months, in same ews-
-. within the limits respectfullyinforms and selected stock of lors suites of rooms, he will he prepared t t.accommodate
the at 01 the carefully
Depot or any place in a large all
Hair the of Tallahassee
\-S Dye, Carminitive Balsam Tonic ( paper printed city State of( OPENING
notice. with X the public and Metal Ware, families and furnish a separate table;
City at the shortest In cnnjunction the VermifugeSanative Pills, and Ague PilU, for sale by generally that.lla\'ing Florida. Brilania, Bright
t Cotton wei:hine. he 1m a large yard i ii the rear of SHIELDS GOLD WIRE, __ employed a supeiior HorseShoer, he i ii THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A consisting in part of Tea and Coffee Pots, French and members of the Legislature can be provided rita

Messrs., Kl IKEY and WILLIAMS'. STORES where June 13, 1S30. 23 & Qnincy Fla. now prepared to execute all work in that line in a true copy-Attest. Coffee Filterers. Pitchers,Candle Sticks of( different! separate rooms or in parties.as they may prefer;and

'_. be will receive CO'l/TOXFOR WEIGHING OR ON superior manner, and on usual terms. OSCAR A. MYERS f : Clerk. qualities,Jelly Moulds,Glass Lanterns,Cake Bus, a separate table also,at any: hour to salt their too-

r STORAGE. The subscriber's tlric attention and S. i*. 'B'ownsciiil's Sarsaparilla. F. PAYNE. By ARCHER, Jr., D. C. Cannistcrs, and a variety cf other articles, which venience.
., experience for the last three years at She Depot Dr. Dr. Sands' do. June 2!, J 550. '; If .\" '1.t 1\GI: ":. :3t 4m i the/ otTer (or sale on reasonable terms. The undersigned,intending to use every means hu m
r. will, he hopes, bring him the custom of the Plntlr Dr. Wood's do. _. I Also, on hand a full :and extensive stock of Tin I his power to keep a good house and to render

.' i. ; and Merchants generally. Office in the Dr. Bull's do. Notice.WE. Holmes Circui Court. I Ware ofeverydescriptionniunufaclured hereby i guests comfortable, and give general sati.facton.t

Kirksey's store, where subscriber' may be found at Dr. Comstock's do. the undersigned, wi make application to Richard Boyd, goo workmen,and at fair prices. licits a liberal pat ronase.
all times. Dr. Coinstock'fl Pain Extractor. the next Legislature the State of Florida!, vs. > Bill for Divorce. Pipe,Sheet Lead,Copper, Zinc, and Cistern There are good Stables attached to the premi',

CHARLES A. N'ASH. For sale by SHIELDS &GOLDWIRE for a charter for a Plank Road from Ocala to tin Sarh. .Boyd, ) Pumps for sale. Tin Roofing, Guttering, and Job which will be well supplied and properly attended

City Cotton Weigher.SeptemW June 15, 1s30. 23 Quincy, Fla. leadof Silver Spricg. FT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Work executed faithfully and with despatch.T. C. SEILLE
e _____ I DAVID CO. 12, 1550. .O
'1. S5Q. 37 PROVINCE, WHITE
t I I Sarah Boyd, the Defendant, resides i beyond> the jurisdiction & TalahasefOcobr

New Goods. Dr. "'oodl.ulfs Dysentery( Cordial I JNO.W. S.G.HARRIS REARDON, Florida 01 this Court and out of the State of September 2t!, Hi:,_37_ New and Cheap Goods.T .

:
". TUST received by late arrivals from New York a I foher'l Friend and Liquid Cathartic, I C. A. M. MITCHEL, It is Ordered, That tbe said Sarah do appear Notice. AM receiving by the Wacissa and expect during

J general assortment of GOODS, consisting of 1, Anti-Billious Pills I B. A. CARTER, plead, answer, or demur to said Bill of Complaint TIE subscriber having fitted up the TANERY .L the present month n general a8Dtmttofmt-

.. 70Qf) yards'of Negro Kerseys Dr. Hasting's Compound Syrup of Naptha, STEPHEN BRYAN, within three months, or said Bill will be taken pro this place known a Baker's; Tanyard, has chandize, which I invite my friends pulc
1000( pair of Russet Brogans, Dr. Little's Tonic BittersTonic Pills, and Vermi JOHN SCOTT, I onfcsw against said Defendant : now on hand and will keep al kinds of LEATHER to call and see.

"I. 800' Blanket, fuge, Lncina Cordial, S. G. BROWN, 'Jnd it iijurther Ordered, 'fhat Ibis notice be for sale; and will have BOOTS and SHOE My stock embraces Dry Goods, Groceries; ,Coh.ipg. -

S 30 Bales Coil on Clnabut. Ringworm and Tetter Ointment, French Mixture, JOSIAH PAINE, published in some public newspaper printed in I the made to order. He has on hand a superior artice Hardware, Crockery, Bagging and Rope, .
30 of :, and Shertings.AUo. Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills and Bitters. SIMEON HELVENSTOX. State for three months con ecutiveJy. Auir. 5, 1S50. doubled-soled NEGRO SHOES. He would return -I' &c. To the Ladies I will exhibit a beautiful collection

a general supply of FANCY and STAPLE Dr. Murphey's Sugar Coated Anti-Fever Pills, Marion County. Sept. 8, [21] IS. ).. 313m GEORGE; S. HAWKINS, his thanks to the citizens of Gadsden and the of Silks, Satins, Bonnets, Shoes, ParaoY
GOODS. Dr. Ler y'R Vegetable Universal Pills, --- -Agency- of ------- Judge Weter Circuit. adjoining Counties for their }past patronage, and say Capes,Viseltes,Scarfs,Veils,Jtc.,.c.all ulu.l

fiO Keg a50rte Tobacco, Dr. Peters' Vegetable Pills. September 29, 1850. 33 3m to them (hat he will continue to manufacture Leather low for cash. ..
9 4 75 Nails, Mitchell's Eye Salve and Thompson's Eye Water DR. FICH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. Boots, and Shoes, at his old stand in Gadsden My Store is between Mr. Kirkssv's and Mr.""-

250 Sacks Turk's Uland Sal, Mofat'l Phoenix Bitters and Life Pills PULMONARY BALSAM, Pectoral Expectorant. Notice. County, near Qaincy. He will be glad at all times liams. Pay me a visit, and I will ensure stlfa.tion.

30" Liverpool Cousrh Syrup JL Pulmonary Liniment, Pure and creditors entilled to dis. exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark THOMAS HAYWAR.
: Northern Family Flour, Genuine Slouzhton's Rittcrs. The above well Liver Oil, Anti-Dyspeptic Mixture, Nervine Ver ALL persons or (otheiwise interested attes. in the estate Hides, crippled negro boys or his own paper. October 12,155. 40 _

'1 75 Sides Band Leather, kiown and popular remedies for sale by mifuge Depurative Syrup Heart Corrector, Humor of William Woolen late of Jefferson County, $&- Good Boot and Shoe makers, steady habits,

100 Coils Rope. SHIELDS &GOLDWIRE, Corrector,Cough and Cathartic Pills, Female Pill* da, deceased notified to exhibit For can have employment. Tax Sale.
100 pieces Kentucky Bazeinz, (or'lte bv June 15, 18 O. 23 Quincy, Ha.Nunn's Female Specific, &.C., &c., used by (him constant!! laimsand: demands are hereby within two years from (his dateto I w. H. MCMILLAN. Colector's in by law I
BETTON &HIGGS and with unprecedented success in the treatment t Il[ and Tallahawp,February 2. II O. 4 ly B Y virtue of power veted me
the the
3 3t & Clark's undr5iged. or same wi bt bared; shall for sale before the Court tiovxQuincy
expose
September 23,1850. ( Colds, Coughs, Consumption, Asthma, Heart Diseases c0nd
ill said to
CELEBRATED : Ci, Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Skin Diseases, Rhcuma} make persons indeled to eltate are requested JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, in t the County of Gadsden, on the s e
4 Notice.rplIEfirm PI.NOS-warranted-1 payment. HARTFORD CONNECTICUT. Monday of May next the following described
and 7 Octave Piao. tism, Female Complaints. Piles,tc., &.c. / JAMES R. TUCKER, Sheriff Pr
.; of Nash Taylor is this day dissolved -ALSO- Dr.. FilCb'l unequalled Patent Silver Plated. Aq of Jefferson County and ex officio Adm'r. "nUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house perty,or so much thereof a will pay the lS50andia Slate I
JL by mutual consent. Those indebted will do us JEolian Attachment Pianos,with Ie''Tune- nominal supporters; JJr. "itch's" -]Improved Jefferson County..September 28, lb5U. 393m O insured against loss by fire. County Tax due thereon for the year wit:
tho pleasure to settle as soon an p09libe. able Red The above celebrated Pianos Steel Spring Shoulder Brace; Dr. Fitch's Silver ty LEWIS.& AMES, necessary expenses incident hereto,to

*. 1.81 by application to D. C. WJLSON. haling Tube. j Notice. January 2r, 1950. Agents, Tallahassee. The E! of S E Jof Sec 21, the N EOfS'the West! ,"
:
October 1, ISiO. J. June I 1850. N W 4 hSec 22,in T 2, R 7, North and
21 -
I months from date,the undersigned,Executor
I Creek in Gadsden 0Dt
SIX Garden Seeds. the waters of Crooked ,
DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX LECTURIB t the last will and testament of Uz Williams, Fabian "rmlted
1 The business hereafter will be conducted under (GUNSMITHING.! on t the prevention and cure of Consumption,Asthmj\, deceased, late of Gadsden County, will apply to the'udge A LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS Florida purporting to belong HUGH to o. MCLEAN

the firm of NASH &CO who respectfully solicita Diseases of the Heart, &c., and on the ,method I of Probate-said. County,for a final discharge just received from the celebrated garden of G1] Tax Collector for Gadsden County.
share of the patronage of the citizen generally.They preserving Health and Beauty to an old age. Thbook and settlement up from said estate. R. Garretson,on Long Island. For sale by 6m
UN.S3uia WORK all descriptions, done November 2, 1950. 43 __
expect to keep on hand a general assortmentof G should be in eVe ry family. To the Consumpl SAMUEL WOODBURY, Executor. LEWIS &AMES. -
of Good Medicines and such other articles R are with the ulmOt Precision and Despatch by tive it points out the only reasonable hope for rell Gad-den County.September 21, 1"50. 316m January 5. 1S50. 52
l :. generally kept in their line of business. the subscriberat his shop next door to Dr. Barnard's.I'articuiar To mothers, the directions it gives for Ihe "Jefferson County Tax Colecor'. Sae
CO. attention paid to country orders, and the Notice. Bagging Rope Twine &c. .n
;, j' October 5.18: 39 NASH & education children are invaluable. 78,000 copts BY virtue of authority re w
of all is ,
patronage solicited. of this book have passed through the press and tie IX months after date the undersigned Administrators pieces and half pieces for sale.before the Court House doer
t' To Planters. iS
Door Locks BAGGING
Repaired, fcc., &c.CHARLES'DEMILLY. S 1
sale continues unabated. Twine Monticello Jefferson the first ?
For sale by S. S. Fitch&Co. of the late Robert Fisher County. on :
:;' TIE subscriber will make cash advances on COT- Tallahassee ., 707 Broadway, New Yoik and by ; their final account and vouchers to the wi ge of present Leon Rope, May next. Section 21,Township 1. Range 5,5iuth-!/

.' AND TOBACCO shipped to Messrs. Coe, May 25,1850. 20 SHIELDS &GOLDWIRE, Probate Court,and ask for a discharge from said es- Bacon Sides and Hams, and Est. or so much thereof as will pay and.M.i
Anderson &. Co., New York. Quincy, Florida! tale Lard and Flour new wheat, Talaro's'double Taxes due the State:a

J. M. WILLIAMS. A Icoliolic Extract Cannabis Indus C<3-Dr.Fitch's Guide to Invalids,or Directions W W. FISHER ) Allnm and Ground Alum Sal, County to$15 ,beide.costs and c J 0(

I September 14,1850.. 36 tf'J JLJL Collodion or Liquid Adhesive Plaster, persons using Dr.Fitch's Remedies,to be had,gratt, R. FSHER.m rs. Table Salt. For sale ges. Said Lands are situated! in the said Coonfj

I Philoloken, Nervine, of all hu Agents. July 20, 1S50. 29 E D. C. WILSON. Jefferson,and known as the Barboor Hill Trac.
New Goods. Nerve and Bone Liniment. For sale by _June' 15, 18.riO. 23 _1m_ August 24, 1850. 33 JOHN WOOTEX, .
RUST are now receiving by recent SHIELDS &GOLDWIRE, _ttan_ Notice. Tax Collector for Jefferson CountJ-

f' ,HUIK. from New York and New Oilcans a June 15, 'IS50. 23 Quincy, Fla. SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE November 2, 1850. 43 Cm
< months after date, we shall apply to ti - general assortment of such good ts lire needed in I ---- -- --- HAVE just received a large and general assotf- SIX Judge of Probate in and for Benton creditors, legatees, persons entitled to -_- .

this market,consist ing in part of- Flour, Bacon, &c. of Drags, Medicines, Chemcak, bounty,for discharge from any further administrated in the estate of John M. Brooks, Jefferson County Tax Collector's Sl

Bacon. ide*, Shoulder.and sugar-cured Hams, USreevt per Schooner W.R. Pettes from New PantOUs; and Dye Stuffs,which wi on the estate of Charles Laing,deceased,late of late of Jefferson County, deceased are hereby notified virtue of authority vested in me by law,I shall
\ fl.rownCrushcdand Loaf Sugar, J rltans, credit. easonable terms for cash or approved Benton County, South Florida. that their claims and demands will ,be barred at BY expose foi sale before the Court House r'il

Rio, Laguira and Java Coffee, 10 barrels extra family Flour, Albion Mills, Persons wishing genuine unadulterated mfdicines C. T. JENKINS, the expiiation of two yean from this date, unless the ,Jefferson County,on the first ro!
Bale and Flour, Lard, Tobacco, will do well to call and examine their stock } .cwm ma. exhibited to the subscriber and all lontuelo 7, 1 1 '-
Rope Twin. 10 do ruperfine do before elsewhere. J. B. ALLEN, same are ; persons February nfxt, the West i of Section 11 :
1 SoapStarch.Spermand Adamantine Candles, Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Sides, purchasing June 15 June 22, 1850. 24 Cm who have any demands against said deceased, are ship 1.of Range North and East or so nucft! w e
-
.I .: t Imperial and Black Tea. Powder. ,Tin Ware Lard and Lard Oil,Western Butler, Quincy 18:1. 23 than hereby notified to present them without delaY,and of as will pay and satisfy )V. H. :

I !' And a good> assortment of' Crockery Glass and Stone Assorted Candy. For sale by Notice._ -THE subscribers are receiving their u- those indebted to said deceased are now-caled uponto due die State and County Armisttad"Jle
: Ware and Dundee and Gunny Bag. October I CARD Fall Stock of Goods make immediate payment to Said
KtlturkV. and
i. 19, IS O. 41 A. E. HOC. IX months after date the will compiising every sides costs charges.
will ell at fair price undersigned make JOSHUA TAYLOR. Sen., Admt. .
ginawhich they S hing commonly needed by the Planter and his famly the said County of Jefferson.
30 application to the Court of Probate of Leon October 26 1S50. 42 3m WOOTEN; ,
ISY Jefferson ,
October : New Goods. and they respectfully ask their patrons and the County JOHN
County for letters of dismission administrator of Count
.r 8 Jefferson
I lublic to call and examine qualities and pricesMcNAUGIIT Tax Collector for
ir ;; New Stoves. JUST rPived from New York and New Orleans, the estate ol Joseph. JOHN W. Lea McDOUGALL, deceased. Adm'r. &ORMOND. < Provisions. November 2, 1850. 43 .3

barrels Flour, October 1 1850. CASKS Bacon Sides, 1 do
l 1', 'lUST receiving from New York Cooking, Parlo. 10 kegs Goshen Butter, ffovernbcr 2. 1850. 43 Cm_ -Newport. _41" 8 1 Cask sugar-cured Hams, hou1er.

; I,. and Air Tight Stoves 01 l the most approved pat 5; barel Mackerel, Nos. 1,2, and 3, I I Salt. .10 Mess Pork. Notce.
r and latest si vies. Call and Examine them. 20, Irish Potatoes, Notice. Barrel against th ftl e
tern rTEIR RUST have just received per Bark Mora, 20 superfine Flour, ALL persona:
: I T. WHITE &CO. Onions, Soap, Starch, Pepper, SIX months'afler date, application will be mie [1 100& SALT, which they will sell at the kegs Leaf Lard, Willis, late of Leon. County, the i
'September 81.I 1850 37 the Hon. of Probate (for Leon : will them to the undersigned wit hi" \
: i Spices, Hams, Lard, Judge County lowest market price. October., 850. 40 barrels Rectified Whiskey. present Will be Pin
i THE TRUE MEDICINAL Half pipe French Brandy, (for letters dismission from the estate of Thds ,Landing from Schooner W. R. Pettes, and for sale prescribed by the statute,or this.notice le

l Monongabcla Whiskey, Gin, White, deceased.'late of said County Hats, Caps, &c. by McNAUGHT ORMOND. bar of their recovery. '_ 0r.
COD LIVER OIL Salt, Rope and Bagging &c. SAMUEL C.; WHITE, & 'JOHN R. CRUMP, Qualified t'
I I.rj Administratr DOZEN (boys and znens,) fancy colored Call- Newport. October 19, lS5Or 41_
May IS, 1S50. 19 October 26, 1550. 4?
fl
", in the cure of Scrofula, Consumption ALSO, Ready-made Clothing, ., 20 fornia Hats, __
USEFUL : ,Asthma,Bronchitis,Coughs, Fine Dress Coats and Pant, Carpeting &c. 2 dozen Union latest style, Sight Exchange .
1ah.
I I, and all diseases of the Chest and Lungs., A i-upply Over.Cats. Vests, [ 2, do Mole Sin fine and J latest style, NEW YORK, SAVANNAH, and ,MACON Guns. ,.
of( this valuable medicine ii )Olt reiva which u ALSO,a nrw gene rat assortment of Dry Goo", 5 ROLE two and Hearth three ply Carpeting, Wool,I\ 20 do mens boys Silk, Glazed, .and Cloth) ON sale, in sums to suit byTHOMAS opening, 6 two barrel PuTenS310'jBranch

4 : ; warranted pure, and of very '"l r qu.lijy. : Haidware&c. For sale low. hladsome Rugs, Caps. For sale by J. PERKINS, Gnns. 3 do do, do CQ.
: For leiy LLW1S .' GEOUGF H. BETWICK.Octuber 2 pieces Green Baize Carpeting for sale' bt October I 1S50. 41 C. C. BYRD &CO. October 12, 1950.0 Agent Marine Bank. Guns. [Oct. 10,1550.41] C. C. BYM> K

Nay *,i, tOe 20, TalUb sce, Ih.. 20, 18: t : October 19), 1SO. 41. C. C. IJYKD &CO, -



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