The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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----THE TOUCHING REPROOF. j 1-without' t fo much as asking after his sick wife:I' '\iI -How much fJlt :1nh. ;; --
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I1l'T. ,.. ARTHUB.Here. i or going into her chamber. As he moved to. I Inc and happi FrQrI tit Pro1 slant. --- ----- -- -. ,
&s is involved in that .ltwli.t cry negro on thc farm would be i
I Jan(',''faid a father to his little girl, 1 wards the door, his hat already on his head, I simple pledge. OLD HOSES.Mr. I' fectly regardless of all orders soon" per.I The The Erithh Empire. ;: :

tl\'cn years of age, go over to the;:, Jane went up to him and looking timidly in late from California. R. I You of Moses'my leading article of BLickwoad's Maga:
Ol'er was a merchant in Baltimore I zinc for
I and
his f said I quarter; suppose August draws
| The a
of brandy. a hesitating voice steamer Illinois gloomy picture of
a pint -
me whose from |
SP and buy I I arrival at New did a very heavy business in that he has a family. the
:\ progressive of
Mother decay
lie handed her wants an bad. York has been population
time : a quarter orange so Won't'you I announced gr:1n. Yes and r
63me One he has
It the telegraph, brings : morning, as ho was passing over a woman and three childrenor I resources of the British
child took the and give me some money to buy her one ?" I I California dates to the Islands a tone of
money 15th ult. I .
vessel /
]: that lay at the wharf iri/e, he calls her !
I with suppose for ,
various !
fJ 1 row,
( Jjjfc, and as nbe did so, looked her fanthe I "Xo, I will not Your mother had better Among her soon after he strong party feeling characterizes the exposiI .,
1 passengers were seven persons commodities for sale, he stepped got religion, he asked me if I tion- the
(cit be I although statistical
about who upon facts
foce with an earnest, tad cxpivsWT thinking something tUe than wast had made at the mines the they be which arer
8100,000. might married
of and I
dl't one, at the stern of which he sawa presume they I to indicate
l k' did "ot st'em to ()lJer\'e it*, :ul.ub ing money for oranges! was the angry reply, The Panama Railroad i were." presented seem some very startling
l1.flut was rapidly man whoso ,
.. negro results.
be tI t it'and felt it ; for I iiccv' un- as the father: passed out, and shut thc door I gressing. The cars were pro. sitting dejected countenance What will j .
\ 1"'I'l expected to take for her and "
run indication you the
I as give sure of distress and chil With
t hard ; regard to
after him. far population of Ireland '
I Iittle I I J. as (;atun ,
f.ilod its' tlH':1IUlIg. gI1 lUger. I. on the 12th inst. The work between he accosted him with dren ? a "
,::: reluctant] from some reason, to : Jane stood for a moment, frightened at the that point and If comparison of the census returns of 18ol
go them
if i Gorgona want for
fO -, I 1 i angry vehemence of her father,and then burst pushed forward. was to be I "Hey my man, what is the matter with will take JOU year own use, I with those of 1S4I shows that the county of

c-rffff"1"'...pd! :you: boar' what I said! !" the father into tears. She said nothing to her mother The great Specie train of the Pacific .Mail j I you this morning >" II not sel Moses seven hundred nor them dolar; but out I of shall the I Cork has sunk '222,000' Galway 121,000,

ashd i j, jjifrily' "ILl a frowning brow, as he i 1 of what had passed, bat after the agitation of j Steamship! Company was robbed on Saturday The negro lifted his eyes, and looking at go ick Mayo 111,000, 111,000, Limer ; ,
Mr. 80,000 and I
d this.uec1i&d. her mind bad somewhat subsided, began; : to :' after leaving 1 Panama seven miles on the WI.I B rcjiied I wish them all for own use, and will oscommol 79,000. This 1
j!' from the< room, and went over j r cast about in her thoughts for some plan by Thc news flew like eletricitj'through Panama, Ah, m &s ls in great trouble." give you the fourteen hundred my dollars." occurred aggregate decrease, we are moreover told,has
"", .1'(1'1(;', hiding as she passed! through the which: she might obtain an orange. At last': -and merchants, officers and soldiers forth l What about :s L1 B. and Colonel C. then to Bsstor"Wew of ISm, up to which period every -
\ "j. \)' b"tde under her, apron. There it occurred to her, that at the shop where she I with started in hot pursuit, I Kase Pee fotcht np here to be sold." up the writings, and went! closed the I had increased one counties enumerated above '
,' steJ't'10'' '''fiuora" returned with it ,'; got liquor for her father, they bought rags and!' After riding seven miles, Capt. Garrison and l What I What have you been doing ?- sale, after which they returned to the vessel I within five numbers. Such a decrease
Ab de nached) the bottle I old! iron. his friends ; Have( been [ ; years must be regarded as remarkable .
,I' mviuk'S.\:) | came up with the train, and found you stealing ? or did you run a.way and Mr. u approaching the negro, who sat indeed. "The
". wjii-r. !She looked at him again' ; with >; How. do you give a pound for rags"I? i it it in the wildest confusion.. Thmo... .r .'"> 1'I I or what!" : with his eyes l fixed upon the ,''eck. seeminylv I history of modern Europe
;rnt'd;; earnest! look, which be observed.jjsnojei" hc asked, in a minute or two after the I guard had been shot by---the- -robbersj-w *** and niv .: No, no, ma.ssa, none o' dat ; i's becase I I wrapt in meditation the most 'awful fore1 O"W. similar, says instance Blackwood, does not present a:

I: ::1''Ig- red him. i had occurred to her, standing at the counterof i, were lying on the road side.i Two were found! II didn't mind do audes." 1 bodings, said- and in so short a time, of awful
r What\ ; do you mean by looking at me in the shop. djing, shot ii the breast t, and the othe; badly What kind of orders. ?" Well, Moses, I have: brought decline of. the human .

.,,,' \1'1\. liar'hesaiJ: in a loud, angryIJD : I 1'Itrce cents a pound," was: the reply. j wounded. I Well, mS.stranger, I tell you. Mass Moses madj a very low bow,you.and 8peces.total -
? decrease
every in the
*, I "How much far old iron ?r' The robbers had made off with ohe'oox( : of Willurn werry strick: man, and werry nice I i muscle of his face worked with emotion as he'' land since population of Ire- ,
Jsnr shrank away, and passed: -into thenai I j A cent a pound.'hat's ." I II gold dust-but delayed by the heavy box, the ] mll too, and,ebry body on do place! got to ;' replied \I i but there 1S11 .is i put down at 1,3t; .

room) where her mother lay nek. She; i ii I "" \\ the Juice of them! oranges!" I pnrsuers soon overhauled them, when the}' abandoned j mine him ; and I break trew do rule ; but I 1 Is you, massa ? Where is I gwine, roas- I J 18-11 as to 191G was the an average trOD.
jjii i krti!! j-kk fr same time, and, as they : Four cents a piece." I I.I the box and fled. Two of the rob I.,I didn't tend to breik de rule, doe ; I forgot sa ? Is I gwine to Georgy ?I" latter has been actual decrease sia:e the

.,,.;'\? |"rIT, and her husband! i given to drink, I With this informotion, Jane hurried back.: ; bers were captured. megf an I got too high." No," said Mr. B. .I am a merchant year Great 1,603,102.

sjf had: sorrow mid pm ion! added to herwfnugs. i After fehe had cleared away the dinner table, !' Thomas Summers, from New York City, I I I is for getting drunk, then, is it ?I" here in the city; yonder:is my store. I want the Including in the Channel Britain and Ireland, :and

As her little girl canw in, he fche went down into the cellar and looked up was one of them. A rope was put about his no, sh. not dat nother." you to attend on the shore ;,and have -,I population since the efcreas of
the side of her bed, and l 1, all the old bits of iron that the could firlltTIt..I1 !' neck and I l You are the I purchased 1St is stated at .
law I
id.! ', up tl) ) bending Lynch was making the last of! strangest negro have seen your wife end children too, that you A decline in 80,9.
fvei ;Jr r. JesneJ kriead UJKHI her 11:111.1.'She/' 1 dIe searched the yard, and found some [ him, when he begged for his life, and promised -I I for a week. I can get no satisfaction from |: may not be separated." also marked and resources of empire is

'J d noi /mate: Lilt. remark, nor did her mother .eight or ten rusty nails: an old bolt and a bro- 'I to tell all if they would net hang him-, you. If you woul not like to be pitched I .Bress God fer dat! .And, :Marsa, kin I lately laid before commented upon. From a
go paper
!uMk! to her until die obseived the tears ken binge. Tbe&e she laid away in a little when he did t tell the! whole story, and of all I I overboard, you better tell me what you :I to meetin sometimes ?I" I\ that the Parliament, it appears .
::!cLh1;i;! through: her fingers. :I i nook in the cellar. Afterwards she gathered: the persons engaged: with him. i did." I j Yes, Moses, you can go to church three i i iI i iI fessions-property that i,the trades and pro .

What i is- the matter, im' dear!r' he then i I together all the od! rags that! : she could find Another of the pursuers overtook Charles: I: Please! massa, dont frow dc poor fiictednigirer I I I times on Sabbath, and every night in the ; tures of Great Britain commerce and manufac

bird, u-iiJcih.( I, about the house, and in the cellar, and laid Cromwell, an intelligent colored gentleman in de wata." I!I: week ; and I you can pray as often as ( ISlo to the close, exhihit a falling o'front ,

Tne little! girl, raised !her bead, 'them! with her old iron. Hut the saw plainly :' from New York City. He begged hard for;! ]I! Then tell me what you are to be sold I I! choose, and as loud as you choose, and you as i more than nine millions of 1850 to amountof

,,|! 'odry up her tears as she did eudel\'or.j enough that her iron would not weigh over his life, and they spared it after he had made for.> I i, long as you choose, and get as happy as you i a statement made in the House sterling ; and from

1 lffi'1! -o bad mother,"she replied. I two pound: nor her lags over a quarter of a ful? confessions,-but not till he had been For pray in, sah." : 'choose ; and every time you pray, whether I without contradiction of Commons,

1. tndvhv! t'o' vou feel badmy child !" I pound. If time would have permitted' ; f:11ewoud I half! _hung, some ten minutes. 'I .For pminir that is a stranrro tain in. it beat home or in church, I want to I benches the from the Ministerial l
you | returns from ; ;
"Oh.1 I :'aways: feel so( bad when father I I have gone into: the street to look for !I Two other persons captured were Dr. Her- j deed.m j"our master not permit you to .i! pray lor* me, my w ife-- and al- my children, falling off of twenty lnd exhiLItpil------- :, '

(ads "it/ wr to the tbop for brandy ; and 1 1JM old iron, but this the could not do ; and disappointed I ry of XewOrleans, and Laban Manning of; pray ?? !, ant single-handed, too ; for you arc a goodman i the repeal of the Lavrs. stealing since

: !' :I iI 'j't,!t now. I wanted to atk him to at not bring able to get the orange I Illinois. There are also in prison, Dr. Hurt I I, yes, sail, he let me pray easy ; but I : your prayers will do us no harm and :1! included the opinion Cor is Were Ireland

i 1\: lou .)Uh- nice grajM-6 and oranges with b lor her mother, she went about her work during I I or llurk, one Mierrarid and one Degnant, | I hollers too lono." ;I: we need them very much; and if you wish I II would be ten millions expressed tat the de

I tquarer: of a d"llar-the.v would taste so the afternoon with sad and desponding residence unknown. There arc five: here I Ant nt why did you halloo so in .vour to you may pray for everybody of the na.ne erty cine tax returns are now more. prop

1c c'th'; :v ,\v )u-but he 1 seemed! to know what 1 thoughts and feelings. I still, at large, but who, it is said, cannot es prayer r I I of t .. in the State of Maryland. It will not of fifty thousand pounds declining at the rte '

1 wn- gll,!.{; to f'I';:iy" slid looked at me so crots It was summer t time: and her father came .Kase de Spent comes on me, and I gits injure them." and next sterling a quarter-; .

:'i; I VM: .-ftud: to fpeak.: I wich he would jnoniri.iL j home from his work: before it was dark. cape.The robbers had been informed, and be I happy fore I knows it ; den; I gone ; can't I While 31 r. B. was dealing out these priv i question year it will, says Blackwood hundred, beyond thousandpundi all

en: v more brand. It makes him' G? and get a pint of brandy," he said to lieved, that the specie train had in it two i tol mcsef den ; den I knows nuthin bout ileges to Moses, the negro's eyes danced in I I! a L The one London

.'"*,,. :.ndt'Jeii t' how many: nice things he i i iiditbav Jane, In a tone that: soundedhart-h: and nnfrT.1to millions of dollars. massa's rule ; den I holler if ole Sattin himself ', their sockets, and his full heart laughed I It as quarter. Times is .
admitting that for
I : for you with the money it takes the child, handing her at the same time a I' One of the guard shot, died in a short I \ come, wid all de rules of de quisition." j I'I right out for gladness, exposing two rows of half agriculture in Great Britain two years has and 3
,, (lu:1erofa dollar.! :since the day before he time. "And do will clean t been
i .pr. Thirty-six buckshot, it is said, were you suppose your master even ivories. as any African can boast, carried on at rates below
Tie poor mother hd no words of comfort had taken a ;pint of brandy, and none but the taken from his body. really., 8eI you for that i" I and his hearts response was, Bress God, : a remunerative
(10 offer her iittie older in best would suit: him. I San Francisco ( no help for all de l, God level.While
girl, thought than Bonds at: present rates; give (yes me now ; men ress all de time, and bress too, i the
!i"\ !uav.fornu: cuuI10rt did the hicreIffee1 in I j jiu 1 .She took the money and thc bottle, and the holder 25 per ct. per annum upon the in. in de "Oh couldn't help me now ; kase wen massa Moses neber tink bout he you gwine t to j ports has increased aggregate since tonnage the in British a

o/"jie/ iifuin6tances: that: troubled her !I went over to the shop. Wielfully she looked vestment. :IEs"lum say" one ting, he no do an- I i I have h all dese commodationers ; it make me i iI Navigation Laws repeal of the S
(':ga 5iie! oil\:) :Eti-J-ltJin her baud upon 1lo'J. i it at the templing oranges in the window, as DIVISION OF ocr. tink! bout Joseph in de Egypt." 500,000, tons the

flUt '**. 1 I.,, ,l|.__.'b ].....". ..- ..... .....V.m' I'.4 after I*-'. I i|f .shipping"! 'Hr of..the**..*United*.. Kingdom' during the,
fri anJ: ,not; think! about it, my dear; it |I ,how poor inoUicrwould( be to have l.! th October, a Convention of Delegates .'".-4'bur master's name ?" i questing him to give his love and farewell to creased 3M/J5G tonsi: -2-?..":_itnt_ 3Uish '

( !foiilie' !\ou, uudour., trouble cannot one. 'I from the counties of :Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Massa name Colonel Willam C-." his mistress, the children and all the Sen':1lt i export since ISm, or the repeal of the

i r'.*liI 1fl\' tC''r.: :' I Iiiu1 As she was hurrying back die saw a thick :Monterey\ San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Where does he live ?i" : he followed B. to the store, to enter upon the j Corn Laws, has amounted to 30,000,000 ;

: h'w, could not help tliinking about it, iron t ing lying in the street ; she picked it np !,I Los Angelos and San Diego, for the purpose Dow on de Eastin Shoah." functions of his new office. I I being not more, says Blackwood, than had

'. r- I I.t..j: HS fch roald. fche went to a and kept on her way. It felt heavy, and her of dhidingthe State. The counties of the I Is he a good masted I Does he treat i The return of the schooner brought to Moses ; taken place in a similar time during every
sthoul in which SoLibeni h heart bounded with the thought that now she I South do feel able I I his wife and children. five since the
'itt a Temperance -' not to support the expenses ->! you well ? I years battle of Waterloo. The .
,* : formed, and every sabbath she could! buy the orange for her mother. The !I of a State Jovernment and are desirous j 0 'Ci; Massa Willam good ; no better : Early the next spring, as Mr. B. was one increase of iaiports since 184G has been some

: ."tV i : bul'j-M-t intemperance; discussed, piece ot oM iron was dropped in the yard, as1 of becoming a "Tenitory," to escape the I massa in de woild." I I I day standing at the store door, he saw a I j I 13 per cent more than the increase of exports -

:-e (jr. :a' Inl|, consequences: detailed. Hut' the }passed: through. After her father had taken -i I onerous taxation to which they are now 5Jb.\\I Stand up and let me look at you."- I man leap upon the wharf from the deck of a j i ; which fact the apprehension is .

i" '" tim! :l :ill I this, !!:lle bad the daily! expeli-' a dram, he sat down to his suppcr.-I j ject. And Moses stood up and presented a robust !:i. vessel and! walk hurriedly towards the store. j drawn of a continued and incrcr.sing straiu '

':;ft of a druikad'g: child. In this eXl'eti.1 I While! he was eating it, Jane went I The counties above enumerated: poll about ;t tone frame ; and as Mr. IJ. stripped up his sleeve, t:I l He soon recognized him as Colonel C. They on the metallic resources of the country.We .

i->linn niucu of heart: -touching misery was i iI. I cellar and brought out into tIle yard her little I thousandotes, and the whole income I' h his arm gave evidence of unusual muscular : exchanged salutations, and, to the Colonel's j I have alluded to the tone of party feeing

'I. ,:>:J J'-liuv.' tiiu-h: ofprivatiun-hov much : treasure (If craj iron. .s she paused Lac/t-/ I from agriculture and commerce scarce equals, strrl th." i I i inquiry after Moses, :Mr. B. replied that he i which characterizes this anI
r rI I :1rtcll
1 I ij:>, !u.2'ii-li: ol'a bruii. .e'i} fpiiiu J Who can wards and forwards before the door facing in i the aggregate, the amount! of the taxes. Where i is:your ma:ter ?I" I II I was up stairs measuring grain, and invited i it i i doubtless; SOli allowances must ma oa

"L(\\ UK' weu'iitthat; lies like heavy burden ![I! which her father athie observed her, and felt I They. ask no) conditions further than permission Y alder he is, jU comin to de warf." i iAs him to walk up anti see him. Soon )Ir. B.'s t J that score. But with all l such deductions.

tpoa thlic.trt! (If a drunkard's c1JilJone! : a fcuddeii curiosity to know what she was do. I II I to become a territory of the United Mr. B. started for the shore, be heard !i attention was arrested by a nrconfused' enough will still remain to indicate a downward -

|''W! tie child!-for, language is too l"J\\'erl s :'I l in;. lie went boflly. the window, and as i ii i ii States, without any provisions concerning i| Moses give a heavy sigh, followed by a deep !I noise above. Il listened, and he'll.m tinI -; state of thing in Great Britain-whether
i he did he her the iron
;ill(1'I\t.r; it. 'I K, saw gathering i slavery ; and they tre willing to assume their rrroan. Moses was not at all pleased with I I I I usual bhutliing feet, some one sobbing %io- temporary and incidental or not, time must
which fche! had in )little in her | p .
Then she and i )
,*3.' Wl'II' a\vi\: to his work, and die was ': apron.) rose up quickly, passed ;;I (;icneral Government refuses to release them I ly impressed with that I was a trader I!I.. and when reflected upon Cos siigular
-' luu.'ui'i'! l la' 'r mother and her younger ; out of the yard gate into the street. fiom that: obligation. i and intended to buy him, it was this!'1 movements and the |peculiar expression ofhis The Trials of Married life-

?r, Tbt, \\ ('re'rJ poor, and could not ('1 1 The! father! w e!.t back to his supper} but his j!I II I The news from all .the mining regions is of i, that made him so unwilling to communicate I j.: h countenance, he became alarmed, and determined We have a friend-an excellent husband .

; f'ft'rf' \ In (fiitbiany| : one to do the 11ou c. appetite was gone. There was that in the the most encouraging character, as regards( I to Mr. I>. the desired information. :fr. B. to go up and see what was trans- and doating father-who came into our
',(u"k. he while her act of his child! simple as it was, that moved I the I I office the other day looking rather sleepy. .
did.He .
and *.p, voting as "> was, amount of gold which will be taken out. I reached the wharf just as Colonel C. piring. ..
't.':1 lirwa!. vjc-k(; Jane bad CM-rything; to do : his! feelings in spite of himHlf.11 at once i The dry diggins will be most successfully' l introduced himself: and said- I When he reached the head of tie st.trs. he : What is the matter with you ?l' we in ..:

-lUicuuki. :ijr/!, and cleaning; and t.en the he thought (ii the orange she had asked for worked during the winter, and the rain will i I understand: you visi! to sell that negro i; was startled by seeing Moses il the I quired.
: j
: tuj Lard tatk iml't.-d! fuJ'r. her mother; and he felt a conviction that it of the floor down Oh-nothing-that is to saLe replie'd .
11UiUUI! irOning-a I I be likely to present little obstacles to working I yonder on board the schooner. upon one knee, with his I
I L,. IIIU, Lauds iiut she never murmured. j i,: was to buy an orange that J:1I1CIS now going I i the quartz minl's.fan! )' companies are ;: mal Colonel C. replied that he did. arms around the Colonel's waist, and talking i in a hesitatngoicc-' babies are some trouble .
I he\'er 6'l'U1\.J think that the ouT-bur-[I l ; to sell the iron she had evidently been j ask for him most while the Colonel I : they l' ,
to was 1 I preparing to work the quartz mines with improved Whltllo you a. rapidly, stood weep 3f"r Il
deuel\\., HUM' cbi-rrful'v!', "1J ail have been I collecting frince diuller timi' j machinery, and we shall expect to I (expect to get seven hundred dollars." i ing audibly. So soon as the Colonel'onld course we nodded in an indifferent assent ':

\Itl\', nU father's smiles had only) fallen: like How feelfUh and wicked I am !" he said I Ito hear h of a heavy yield from those mines. i j How oU is he 1" snfccntl.control his feelings, 1 I but could not help asking how? .

n ti*;\* m\ ,u her heat nut that face: in. t himself! almost i involuntarily. I About thirty." \\. never been able free himself I Why the fact is/ said our friend, that \

t" "it\t.t\ \ eyeblaokrd so often and anx'ff In a few minutes: Jane returned, and with I Real and UcJ.-Dow, Jr., in one of his f Is he healthy ?" from the influence of Moses' prayers, and l little fellow of ours is getting to be very :
'IUIi'y'r! h her band under her passed: through the discourses, in which he describes the : knowing, and will be humored and then
rJin clouds-ell UJ!!; :1ris. apron : contrast i "Verhe; never had any sickness in his that during the year he and his wife and now
!iI:' iron the toasuousnefs that ho was abustis room where he f-at it'to: her mother's chamber.( :' between semblance and reality, bits off I ,! l life ( : one or two spells of thc ague." all his children )as been converted to God. -so I get up occasionally and walk him to "

Wg' family: uttefceeJtinjr his own baesj.icaii.n. :: An impulse, almost: edstsble!: caused him to a ball scene :-" A woman," says he, may i Is except he hearty '." Moses responded : Dress God, Massa C., sleep-but last light both wile and myself

:: /,. aud from perceiung the cviufhjs follow her in a few moments after.On I not be an angel though !she' glides through Yes, sir ; h.' wi eat as much as any man ; doe I way up lien, I neber fergit you in my had to cur.him alternately, and-.
d'IH'I"' eiij entering !her chamber he found her sitting J tlie mazes of the dance, like clothed I Surely two are not required-'
aBJjHj, on an things a- ; a spirit ought and it will him as much good. I prayers ; I oilers put de ole massa side de
rn:1: : him up in bed eating the orange, while little with a rainbow, and studded with star3.- !,! Is he a good hand ?J" new one. Bress God dis make Moses link Hear me out. You see the child wanted .

As Jatie: 1c'dfrepientlv! through }her mo. ': Jane stood by her looking into her face with I '! The young man may behold his admired ob- j i ijt'ct i Yes, sic he is the bast hand on my place. I,. about Joseph in de Egypt agin." novelty, so I lighted a candle, and as my .

ther'a room d': the morning, pausing!! al- an u air of tubdued, ut heartfelt gratification J I on the morrow in the true light of reality, ::. He is steady, honest and -ttious. He |j.! The Colonel then slated to 3Ir. B. that his wife! carried him up and down the room, I o.j .

mOiot', :"etoaik if lie wanted "any-' All this be Kaw at a glance, yet did not seem j emptying: a wa h.tuh in the gutter: with ;1 i has been. my fIrl'H1:1: for the last ten ycar, object in coming to Baltimore was to buy j walked after her, making all sorts of queer '

(ttJlug!! ti'l'! saw'> t
.t well a* on the day before-that fche, had a something, which, apparently obtained, he left L j the want of paint-her hair mussed and mossy | .Why do you !ish to sell him ?" I' assure.1 him that was out of the question, 4 Wel did that pacify him !l' .,

.i":; f<'ITr' ill''Seated i to her by her hot skin] '! thc room and the house, with feelings ofa utc except what lies in the bureau ; and her 'Because he (disobe\ed my orders. As I I for he, could not part with him ; and be intended Why, yes, after a fashion. It stopped his

con? r'qu't-t for cool water.: i I pain :md K-lf-upbraidings. whole contour wearing the appearence of au I said, be is my foreman ; and that lIe might I to manumit Moses and his wife at crying, but we consumed a whole candle and

I I'IJI j bd na: orange,"the Ioor wmnan i Come, let us go and see those cold watermen angel l jammed through a brush' fence, into a :i be available at any moment I might want i forty and his children at thirty-fire years of I a best portion of the night, before he fell a-

b('1daUieL: ( ii iaiie came up to the beti-side 1 'I ," said a companion whom, be met a few I world of wretchedness and woe !1" ,i him, I built! hIs qft.irter 'itl.in a hundred I I "S1' I sleep, and the consequence i is I feel wretchedly

tor tI j(' ttL.IIth.th.. tUl1e "it WOUld taste 60( t steps from his own door. "They are carrying - ---- I( of my own house; and 1 have uievcrrung Moses was not far in his referenceto stale this morning.'
food 10, 1&1" all the world before them." More Truth than l'octrJ.-The Dundee .I yards the Lell at time in the night or I wrong :Now;; old! bachelor ; laugh if you feel : '
j any Joseph. For when Joseph sold into lie ;'
In8hf. had tJel'n thhWnS about all I [ Very well, come along." ratepayers, in public meeting assembled, had ,I that his horn did not in five !I was I it, and lot: this be a caution to 3'ou.
t an orange I occasion the other! day to dhide." The aristocracy mo iiing, answer j I Egypt, God overruled it to his good, and he
"tOtr.JI'! |r; and her eforts ,i And the two men bent their steps towards j ji I after. But two he I
notwith-landing ( minutes gotreligion obtained that
years ago ) blessings were far beyond his I
t I
.. one tide of the room-the democracy I- : Instinct the
thou! ht from her mind J. the form '!i I Temperance Hall. and commenced what he terms fln.1 I expectations ; so with Moses. Joseph eventually of Turk-I has been observed : 4
'fan the other. A manufacturer that
oral ., i i"S Ier i When little Jane's father turned from the barley: I turtles ocean from the
l LJ would) ever 1 picture itself |cforc 1! L' ily prayer-tlat i?, praj'cr in his quarter every proved the instrument of saving thclives Cay
confronting a thin claimed the I of Honduras
:! d' his to the
n j door of that place, name was signed to Cayman Isles, near
ratoful Hwor'er seemed about1 i and and when he ,
night morning ; beganhis I of those who sold him. Moses provedthe !
ttJ thrjfl the and his heart fixed to abide it. and appealed tothe greater area which !, maica, a distance of-130 miles with
upon her pledge, by an ac-
i L f3f'te. At la't die uttered '!i! prayer, it was impossible to tell when he instrument in God's hands sating the *
i er. ;.hin-r.ot fo! tmicl! xvilb the !hope' of hav. !I On his way home bo saw some grapes in a |I his party covered." That's no because there's I would stop, especially if (as he termed it) he man's soul who sold him. I curracy superior to the chart and compass of
eratili; I window-he bought some of them, and ; mair 0' ye, leplied the weaver ; "we've as human'skill! !, for it is affirmed that vessels 0
Jjj a! from jul i i a Then ho would and
an involuntary I. happy. sing pray Old Moses is still I living and doing well.He !.- ,
I I'I'I j muckle heads but ye've bigger bellies.
as which have
lost their
i of and lemons. When he ye i latitude in hazy weather
couple :
"Jjto'peak out her dl' '. oranges foi h two that
lr( I and halloo an :>ur or together, long since obtained his freedom, and at
home ho went into his wife's chamber ;I: English paper. I have steered the of the
entirely by
nose tar-
t for rVVM not :a "S10 cent in the home! came might lear him a mit oil" And l he occupies a comfortable house of his t
i iI I present
-------- you
, fathl.'r rarely trusted bis wife with.i I and opening the papto that contained the first i Sensible! l'ropositioll.prisoner in jail would pray f rr me and my wife and chilL own and I and and I I ties in swimming. The object of their voyage .
: eylie coull confide in her i fruits of his repentance, laid them before." her, I II and! ; suppose tings prays as in the case of the migration of bird;
t% not juiiciousnditurc lately sent to his creditors the following proposal dren, and all my brothers sisters, and I shouts to his heart's content.A I :
of it and saidwith tenderness, while the moistureI is for the purpose of lading eggs on a spot
which, he believed, would be for their their children, and our whole family connec
t iler" t me {go an4 buy von nn orange, nu). I dimmed his eyes. mutual benefit : tion to the thrd generation ; and sometimes, Prayer Cut Short.-Parson B-, was; famrLle! .-Blshal Stanley. on Birds. r
"Jane said: ; "they"have oranges at the I tt thought these would taste good to you, 1 have been thinking that it ia very bad when we would have visitors, Moses' prayers truly a pious man, and at the long graces I WHAT, MAKES- -- -- -
p, I j :Mary\ and ,0 I bought them." I for me to lie here and to would internet the conversation and destroy which usually followed the meals, he and the the A.MAt-1'hebOngCr1hive,
you expense.- more certain that the
"llmre' M clianc: dear and if I tin d I O, William !" nnd the poor wife started, I of the whole The whole family reverently knelt, I 1\1: great difference
J houJd m) ; : :My being so chargeable to you has given me the enjoyment company. except tht between men, the aud the -
t not think it ri'Flit to Il'nd four or fin and looked up into her husband's face, with great uneasiness. God; knows what it may L t women would and the children would I Parson's brother, who, being o'er much fat, I mticent, is great insig-

(Get j enti for an orange, when we have so little. an.expression of surprise and trembling bop I' costyou in the end. Therefore, what I would cry, and it cr let me almost frantic ; and I usually stood with his back to the table and I I -an honest energy-invincible determination
1 I fixed
purpose orce -and then *
&.Q\\'.111'e a cool drink! of water; that will do !Marv, and be took her band tenderly 7; say is this : You let me out of prison, and C n after I hid retired, it woul sometimes overlooking the garden. One day, it was I victorThat quality do ;,
Jaic I have feigned the pledge to-night and I will instead of nine shillings, you shall allow me he nearly dalight before I go to sleep; summer time, the parson was unusually favored can be done in the wi and "
brought the ''t keep it, by the help of heaven." I could hear not appearing to notice the i no tlln8, no :
ool poor sufferer a glass of only seven shillings week, and the other two for it appeared to me that Moses ; fidget circumstances, no *
Water, and tliedan> it off eztgerhy'111 .--j The. tick wife raised herself up quicklj', shillings shall go towards the debt !" pray for three hours after he had fnished- mo\'mcnt of his brother, who kept twisting !I two-legged creature opportunity will make :

bigli ..be lay back: ujK.fber ;pillow with a 1 i and bent over towards her husband, eagerly _______ I bore it as long is 1 could, and thel forfJ I about, until.finding no end to tho thanks! he : Goethe. a man without it.- I

the and tier little girl left her to attend to I extending her bands. Then, as he drew bi i* (::?- Mrs. Frcnchy, will you he helped to a his prayer so loul :1n more. Moses prom broke in with- .

But LOt1Sej0 aIl ld .dulies that devolved upon hc'r. I arm around her, bite let her bead fall upon !sinai! bit of the Turkey !t. Yes, my dear ised obedience, lint be!)soon transgressed; Cut it short, Parson-cut it short ; the I O The politeness of the Persians is of a "

and L "'V11! Jane t'ouSlit) rtlie oran 0 e. j his bosom, with an emotion of delight, such Wilkins, I will. What part would you prefer and my rule is never to whip, but whenever a cows are in the garden playing h-1 with slldts Perfectly oriental A loLl of .* '

'hen Owe shiouldget, H for her Inof>". as bad not moved over the surface of her my dear Mrs. Fienchy 1 1. 'I will haa negro proves incorrigible, I sell him. This the cabbages. high rank went : ( the French n1m Eml l\\ ,

I ed her fattier came home to di] "cr lie stricken heart for years. couple of the wings-one of the legs-some keeps them in better ubjection, and is less '03" A tick :\ was told that nothing; bassador to beg h3 pardon because the wea'' i
!lie crosser lhan lie dill in the moruiug.- The pledge taken was the total-abstinence of the breast-the side bone-some "filling trouble than whipping. I pardoned Moses could cure him but a quart of catnip-tea.- ther was so bad Persia .,

h tti!down to< thc a1(1c inn! cat his dl"p'- pledgo-nnihiLliasievCT been ,i olated by him, and a few dumplings-very few-as I feel twice for disobodicncfin praying so loud, but I'lnp I must' die,' said he; I don't hold but Our care should not be so much to Uvo '

moody uicucc mia then arose to deparl, and what is !better, we arc confident never i( very. unwell to-dav. Wilkins fainted. ;I t the third time I knew must sell him, or C\'. I :jiiut. long, as to have lived fDOUS ;I




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,,4 : --_.. .....- ---- How. it is .Te Nor aa
; t from tiut JVV- Tort: T .c.. By this Morning's.Mail: Mr. Consul; Owen. issue.We another column the reader will find a e clip the following complete and
:;! ([ ( &J1itutnaL The Sentinel wanders off from the
Iloribian Nov.
f PresidentialOne about Van Buren 'carefully prepared article from the New York We statements from the Chambers'Tri ror
have said Mr.
: from two to four thousand nothing
( The City gives and a Whig in '
the Presidency, journal
Il: ; year from tho pr'f'nttimo will find us :- -- : Democratic majority. In the State, so far or his proclamation, :and have made no objection Times on the subject of well-known \lbao edited DT
\. on i the eve another I Presidential contest _ww ,..,....-- as' returns have been received, ,four Democratic even to the fact that Mr. Fillmore issued the plan of action proposed by Gov. Hooper. This SouthernVV

The preliminaries! on all tides nrc already in SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, iB51. Senators and a large majority of Assemblymen a proclamation. the Sentinel thinks in his letter to Judge Davis of this city. The : print has not only the sagacity t

'.q t.'A f progress: but with lets public demonstration .- -' have been,elected. because I he followed in Times is. a new paper, edited by tho late : the truth,but,what is rare in print pre ul*
: Mr.F. did right oCt
;I .>''t *' than usual.: Candidates anxious and busy; Georgia Legislature.The .that of the New York House of Representatives i it has Ihe boldness and the tI

I. v ;J political wire-pullers are solicitous and perplexed Georgia Legislature met on :Mondaylast \ : BALTIMORE, Nov. 4. the footsteps of the Kinderhook statesman, speaker I I.J. whose leanings are courage to tetruth. te \,
> Raymond,
: ( ; wh e the mass of the People that it is simply a mere ,
1"j ; great as
Cotton ct New York is heavy to-day. we can only
the election of A. say "
r < and was organized by toward the Seward school of limo whig party at the Sooth
: ; are allending to their own concerns, as usu his opinion, unquestionably ,
bales. Breadstuffs
Sales amount to 1500 are of taste, he is welcome to a a :
f'i, .: al. J. Miller as President of the Senate,and J. A. ; i-: mater politics. is dead as a nlackerel By the PIsiden
removalof "
steady. between is the
But the us
l \c Both parties\ will hold National Conventions Meriwether as speaker of the House. Both By the way of St.'Louis, we have advices -question to will be seen that the Times looks upon election, it b cnlt to find

i ..!i ; and if any nominations can there be of these: gentlemen are Whigs of the old from the Great Salt, to the effect: that a difficulty Mr. Owen upon the grounds alleged, tIm I matter as settled that the Whig National specimens of. tat species of the indivdu __

.1 :.;: made: each party will undoubtedly support its sent in had occurred the officers of the wit : that as Consul of the United States he of politician* 1 '
GoTowns' was among thefugitive I 1
regime. message Convention will not consent to The of this
; approve reason extinction. .
nominee But the political of the in behalf of the unfor. t"L
\ own signs Territorial: Government of Utah, and that failed to do his duty i
on the following day. It is a lengthy document slave law,nor promise to abstain from The general rte of whig j37abolitionward
The skies
times not
are :
$ are most of them, in consequence of Gov. tunate American citizens captured by the Cuban affinity
I 4 ./ .- :"'' The old party: lines have been so confined mostly to State affairs. Young's conduct, were preparing to lra.e.- that : urging its modification or repeal, no matter 1 ; the! are larchr!rl
Now \
s nuthorities we say ficient to establish tho rule.
far: superseded, thai: old usages will not have Before us. It was charged that he had squandered money mCsur.l! how pressing may be the demand of Southern \Ve fo <>l
Prospect ed the; Pr(' proclamation, know why this is so, but the fact 1 '
their accustomed New will be by U
:. weight. tests the appropriated by Government, and attempted I idenf for such and pledges. The a i *
Numerous the speculations on part Whigs approval '
are the face of the
.. 0 presented, new pledges exacted, new combinations I I to draw more from the Secretary, which ( his duty, for his duty was not to interfere at I I' rent as heavens '
of the in reference to the present posi. j Times regards the late elections in Ohio and men, therefore, cannot longer Soute
results act f
formed, and perhaps new attained. press be refused, and appealed to the Courts, which all. The President had placed these men beyond \t e ,
in the Unbn and their probable Pennsylvania, tho Whig organizations in New national whig party. We in the ,1
We shall have tion
: a new chapter: opened parties II I granted an injunction and restrained Y olng.sI the pale of tho law, aud Mr. Owen, the had Sout fley
-"; f In our political' liistor) ; what we may: read attitude during the next Presidential can proceedings.Later: York and New England, as entirely forbidding er any interest j in te esbV ,

there, will become evident in due time. vass. Tho elections recently held in all the I I accounts from Buenos Ayres: Boston representative of the Government, was estop such assumption to maintain and lishment of the proteci'-e system; bntM. 1

I The great mass of both the Whig and Democratic : state that Oribo had made applicarion: to ped from interposing, but if he did interposeat : any law final settlement of the ing in good faith to our northern allies'ft .t\\
of the the
States evidence the determination execute as a southern tied
people itself
) parties in the Northern Slates are defcirous I I the English and French Admirals to take himself : -: all, it would have been on his own mere whig party Sinnpor
of to abide the recent compromise measures slavery% question. lar issue, and fell with it The
dropping all issues growing out by I I and forces away. The fears of & block responsibility, and not because it was the intention return wyyi :

.. I I Slavery in tho cOIning contest They think and therefore the question of resistanceor : ade were subsiding. of the administration that he should The matter ia now narrowed down to this we have rec\ed for this is a genera tlliaa' C* '

t :1 t that acquiescence in the recent Compromise acquiescence will not be prominent in the point-Will Gov. Brown, and those Whigs of northern whiggery with ton cr :

a ,, ; measures, and a regard for the peace of the of '53. But will parties unite NEW-ORLEANS\'. :C.-The sa'es of Cot I do so. The Sentinel says that the President who with him, stick to the letter, and much the same thing'frec-soilism. | ":.,
contest upon
country, require them to do so. ton 4000 bales at steady prices. i is to be judged in this matter by what he says, rgree The northern democracy, as a ;
to-day were
stand the letter will! there be a gener
the bcsis of former issues-will they nothing but or are sound on the '
Various indicate that thc"ill not be I I f
signs Rice is in limited demand, at 4 a 4J. Bacon and not by false glosses. Precisely so-and
t permitted to pursue this course. Organizations : -I upon their ancient platformis! the problemto I' Sides, 10J! ; Shoulders SA. Whiskey is dull at it is for this very reason that we say. he is inexcusable I backing out on their part, a yielding to the be confessed that the democratic rule or IU!?

have been formed for the purpose of be solved, and its solution must be left to 18*. I will of the Northern majority ? We shall! see. stitntional construction fror the Sooth' tj
who acted
forcing the Slavery issue into the cont(' .- time. It is natural,however, for men to Speculate Capt Ford, of tho Texan Rangers, was : for removing Owen, according It would be exceeedingly rich, after all, if although: this is a Litter concessionwhig to a on
The election in Pennsylvania shows that a to the very letter of what the President pride, truth, candor, and
Matamoras and
results from existing wounded in the attack on : aMr. certain gentlemen who to have sucha '* m3ceu

probable appearances appear a
.. large bodof Whigs, claiming to be friends ,' : Longstrelh. merchant, was killed. I said. In proof of this we refer to the compel its _utterance. ___

oi the Whig Administration, break loose from but conclusions thus arrived at I Intelligence from the city of Mexico to the proclamation itself, and to tho construction comtemptuous opinion of the Democratic Ths Old Dodge.

.a the Whig organization and defeat the Whig may be varied by contingencies hereafter to 1 15th ult. states that the British Minister bad. placed it by Government officials, as I party, should yet be found coalescing with A late number of the New York 3/aror- :

candidate for Governor. The Ohio election happen. It is to us evident that at the North demanded of President i Arista an immediate l upon that same party in the election of their candidate -
4 numbers of desert I well as by the Government : the Re- one of the strongest supporter of tie
fchows that great Whigs there is a disposition on the part of the Democratic -I reply to Lord Palmertlon's despatches, and if organ I for the Presidency-would it not ?What preset : I
ticket because it is not sufficiently which knows much a- administration-whose editor holds
the Whig i I not given the Mexican ports would be posi public, we presume as a rapon. :
of 3fr. Sentinel 1 Don'tthnk
about it
to unite platform do think ,
opposed to the extension of Slavery. In the party upon I lively blockaded. bout what tho President says as tho Sentinel. you I sib office under the President_thus rer ,
Southern States have elected t and '-18, in which.ent prominent men there's prospect of both partiesin ?
the'liigs a \\4 you !
The Republic has not only declared that i i! quietly gives up the Whig came. and niW..
Democrat Governor of (;eorgiaad will elect hope fora union of the democracy I NLW-ORI.EAN, Nov. 1. this "going it blind for the same - -" .
Democrat Governor of I __ __ "t was no part of the lonsuls official duty to recommends repetition of the mum.meriesof .
another Mississippi.p market not affected no'pry
Union.ons this hope wIthout The Cotton was materially I
throughout> have interfered but has far as to person _____ __ 1849 : .
These facU show that the old political l organizations the Franklin's intelligence. i gone so .
derivable from the by
"' arc sadly shattered. At the some tangible support At the election yesterday the whigs were say that the prisoners were not even entitled Election of Judges by the People. .Wo do not hesitate to hazard tie '

South they have been completely blown ; past history of the party. In iS! 1 and 1813 I, At the late election in Georgia the questionof tion that the whigs stand no chance u. ;
t up generally successful.! Freret, Whig! has been to a trial But still the oigan, as well as of sac-
and at the North their cohesion threatens top the principles of non-intervention and strict elected Sheriff by about 500 majority over most of the other papers in the pay of the I electing Judges by the people was Euhmit.I' cess on the oM party platforms. Gen.Taj. J

yield, at any moment, to new combinations.An construction of the Constitution were fully Marigny, Democrat. Uobb and Benjamin the ted directly to the popular test lor never could have been elected as.a'nl.!
administration clamors loudly against
electric hock often precipitates: chemical recognized: : as among the leading tenets of are elected to the :3en te. There is a large I however, was shockingly meagre-the excitement tra whig. The victory in 1845 "1 won lj
substances in solution, and produces new af Democratic faith and with these principles j vote for Landry (Whig) in the 2d district; ,I conduct of the Consul because he did not secure I of the Gubernatorialstruggle the allies, who,rushed from the mVi 1
: finities. The approaching :National Conventions I and he is probably elected ; and St. :Martin I a trial to these very persons whom i i i growing of conservative, democrats, and indepw
likl'1to similar blazoned on our banner, the democracy of: '' we causing the people to I dents and rallied under the ,
are exert a : power on (Dem.) elected in the 1st district. does not believe were entitled to 3 trial, and suppose RoagfundReal ;

the political organizations of the country.We I the South entered into the contest, and gave I The steamship Georgia arrived yesterday I whom its chief, the President, whose especial I 1 I lose sight of every other question. The num-: banner. The statement luel

publish in another column letter from ,, their votes to the democratic nominee. Since::; from Chagres. The California news is anticipated j I j ber of votes given were-for election by the renforcement the whigs would hare keen i

Go,'. BROWN, of Florida, upon the subject of I what were sound principles then must be sound I. by an arrival at New York- j! mouth-piece it is, placed beyond the pale ofthe (! people! 9f, 31-by the Legislature, COG.t .- : readily demonstrated : they who de. I
a Whig nomination for the Presidency. He be in the minds of On receipt of the news from :\orthlexlco: laws But it is useless for the Sentinel, ny it are wilfully blind to the fact Ii tlj
principles: now, there must t Columbus Times remarks this
The on re-
thinks that a Convention ought to assemble' Gen. Twiggs! ; ordered two Companies of Artillery or any other administration sheet, to undertake whig party more numerous, more unitedor

nnd that the Southern Whigs ought to send those Northern Democrats who are friendly to be ready to proceed immediately toIataUoras. i to screen the President by such a coarse j suit- i more efficient to-day than it was three Ten

delegates to it :-that: a resolution should be to the South a ground for hope that, in the I II / We suppose the Legislature will hardlyfeel ago? Let the sectional divisions which'bjTieverywhere
of the whole
offered requiring the nominee to pledge him- I I as this-the judgment countryI 1\ Indication rent its ranks asunder *
I event: the Democratic Convention shall reestablish --- ----- authorized to take this: poll as an &swe.
Pelf to the" SUPPOI t of the Compromise( measures I these principles as articles our creed, The Pennsylvania Election J! I I against the terms of his proclamation, andevery | of the wishes of the people. It shows,

and especially of the Fugitive Slave The recent Democratic victory in the KeyStone man of common sense must feel that if if it shows anything, that the people do not Mr. Owen.

Lair : and his disapproval! of any modification the South will sustain a nomination pledgedto I i State has excited not a little consternation blame attaches to Owen the President is not care a groat about it. The Legislature will This gentleman, with his f miJ baa re.
of if." If the resolution should not be a. their support. In \ie\\' of these: results, efforts the Northern Whig! without his share of censure. have to take the decision of the question on turned to this country. \ his lesr.

doptcd, he ndvisos the Southern delegates to \; are being made to bring about a union among press.- its own wisdom. If they give the election ing Ha\.ana he addressed the following letter
withdraw from the Convention. We have I The New York Times thus laments over the The Sentinel further says that the Cuba: I
of the party on the Baltimore platform, and the people M it be by general ticket ; otherwise5" to the Savannah whic!
little doubt that this course will }be pursued.It I'' result : proclamation is identical with the one recently I shall be infested with a race of small .ppL' 1 1i
1 we
doubtless} nomination will be made under
a in that of the 31st nit
accords with precedents already establish} I Beaten: horse, foot and dragoon, the put out against the Siera Madre revolution.Is politicians on the bench. The General Ticket i. paper ;

ed. In the Whig Congressional caucus, at I: the sanction of these principles. Whig part hardly dares raise its head to inquire it so ? Then wo read and understand differently will command the ability and character of HAVANA. Oct 20, 1S51. :

the opening of the session i of 1530, it will beremembeied I This being the case, what will the democracy what has hurt/ it in Pennsylvania. It is I from the Sentinel. But extract the bar. District elections will give us bar To the Editors of the Savannah Republican:
we a
:. that a resolution was offered! i of the South doIt? is plain that a the vanity of vanities to study out tho whyand !! room heroes anc !mal fry demagogues. GENTLEMEN have no ofca information :
j.ledging the Whig, against tho Vilmotproviso. i portion from each, and are willing to leave of but the fact
party because. Such sometimes | my rcl ;
large number will be disposed to yield their I inquiries are anoance
It was laid upon the table by an almost nomination from wholesome, but always bitter, and just at this I! the matter to the good sense of our mutual I. ".We. s'ould- .like to know the .number. .of ;I in the papers Orleans and e! .
unanimous vote, whereupon MESSRS.! support to such a not only present d cidedly nauseating. It is enough t readers. The Cuba proclamation said- fugitives which have been returned under the I I must request that you will do me the favor
.5. I the force of old associations and because of late law. must be consi erablc.- ask that the fil
TOOMB*, STEPHENS! and others I now to public not me
.. :lud .\cut i."i"rr '-::= -rL'--:1 .. .. j 1 tfraor-ine! }jinn ciptos;1:!;' tarastne'coV: litulioni ',jvofe'J to know' without comprehending, that Stale, 1.." Now_______.therefore_ ., __-_,.._I,have a.. -issued-...-.this e.my.. '"nin"l I *!,,'.,. .K.H i...._.f shal I.jude.g tan 1
wndouliteOly) be followed. Such a resolution :I against the tariff;over ruTden"with" connect themselves with any such enterprise The number amounts to about a dozen and their mercy ; bat I have a right to justice. 4
is Gov. BROWN will ;I i is concerned,) bat also because an oppositeI j taxes, has voted against the reduction of the :I Y' &c
: ns specified by probably i I or expedition, in violation of our laws and national -! a half, to be liberal-while there have been cry respectfully, ,

I be introduced. What irill be done tcith it"? I course will have the effect of throwing the j! State debt; devoted to tho most popular of obligations, that they will thereby sub I i half a dozen rescues, and the murder of one ..\. F. O\E 'Li.
It will probal.be} If it should} i i governors, has sent him suddenly to privatelife. r1
i Government/ into the hands cf the opposition.i ject themselves to the heavy penalties denounced -I
I i Paradoxical citizen who was in pursuit of his II)
be the could Pennsylvania! Beautified property.In Game to the last.
adopted, Whigs not carry Ohio, The Southern of j against such offences, and will forfeit
nights or a
(as the recent election: shows) Pennsylvania, j party majority i I Bigler-Exulting Buchanan: When the smoko I their claim to the protection of this Government the meantime, there have been over a \ proposition having been made fora mi%. f f]

(as resentments bred in the recent election I them, may be inclined to withhold their sup. rises, we shall see who are l killed and who or any interference in their no thousand runaways from the South since the ed convention between the Bentonites width r, '

would New York I poit, but if they will but reflect upon the consequences are wounded ; and tho numbers.} behal ;
conclusively ,
) as I what extremities
prove matter to they may passage of the law, sixteen of which are from anti-Bentonites in Missouri, "Old Buon"
everybody concede New I to flow from such Greeley of the Tribune is deal I .
nor any Whig } a course, they a great in consequence of their illegal conduct. I
I Florida. A very pretty showing, certainly. writes to a friend in St. Louis denouncing tb
England Stite. I adoption, therefore, wxuld I will see that no good can result either to the worse olE The defeat of Abolitionist allies The relating to the Mexican .
I I proclamation Tne following !
be death to all hopes of Whig success. And Direct Trade. proposition in characteristic! style.
Union or the cause they zealously maintain. extracts from him a wail after this wise : Revolution S\5-
n! political Conventions: are held for the express Speaking of the circumstances which invite extract from his letter shows that then
of A President elected by the old National Democracy I Well : Pennsylvania has attested her devotion -I Now, therefore, I have i issued this
infer !
securing of
purpose success, we direct trade between the South and is life-yet in him, and that he has no idea
that such a resolution will not: be adopted. will have every motive to respect the to the Fugitive Slave Law and her |; proclamation, warning al persons who shall ports I crying Peccari I have sinned: :"

'L'" If it rejected, Southern Whigs will withdraw rights: of the South, not only }because the doctrines I willingness to descend to any depth of serf:i connect themselves any such enterprise, on the continent of Europe, the Southern "I I answer instantly and truly, that Iwouli

and then we shall be at sea again, with J of State Rights and of a strict construe- j j vility which the Slavery Propaganda may see ;' violation of the laws and national obligations -I Press remarks: rather sit in council with the six thousand
tome Fort> of in :j fit to require. If Cuba: is to be the next grab, of the United States, that they will The of tin
a port, perhaps plain sight.Hie ; city Liverpool occupies the same dead, who died of cholera in St. Louis,
j tion conservative of them }but also she i is I )
are because j ready to and aid. If
acquiesce to two themselves the
1- Convention might proceed and make a j thereby subject to heavy pen- position as the ot; er cities of Europe in reference to go into convention with such a gang <(
nomination without any! reference to the I he would bo obliged} to rely on the j lor three new Slave; States, to be carved from i allies denounced against such offenders ; that I. to our trade, that New York does as I I scamps, and that is my sentiment to-daj.-r

South-openly ho.tilc.Ierh: ; ps, to the vetv South for his support, and the moment he I whit remains of Mexico this bide of the Sierra I if they shal be captured within the jurisdic- ]I to the other cities: of this country. Liverpoolis The point is to defeat them ; the public require -

measures which the revolting;: Southern:; delegates placed himself in opposition:: to us, he would :Madre\ arc to be put before Cuba, Pennsylvania { lon of Mexican authorities, they must nearest to u?, and concentrates not only I it.re shall be stronger when they

had most at heart TLis would then sink into profound is ready for that. If now acts of ty- j expect to be punished according to the laws the articles of Britis! but of continental production are gone, and what is more we shall be del/ j jI
infamy. runny, even m're ntrocions! than the FugitiveSlave of Mexico and will have I'
und before the country as the Northern nomination I no right to claim the we want. But of late manufactures I
S the South having; refused! to have any The Whig Convention will, in our opinion, i Law, or new Constitutional obstructions I i the interposition of this, Government." I have increased ridly-years the continent A London correspondent of the New York 1 1

}hand in it. say nothing. They will not adopt resolutions 1 to any exhibition 411| a sympathy for r niversal I words mean anything at all, there is as -in France, Holland and Switzerland.And .- I Commercial says: The SpanLA papers .,

But there is also to be a Democratic National upon the subject of slavery for f fear that cither Fieedom shall be exacted, she will be the :: great a difletence between these two extracts the question now is, whether a Southern I are trying to foment an impression tat the .,
foremost lick the I
: Convention ; how will it fare in this in: the one section or tho other they will j : dust from tho boots of! between and I port shall send a large part of her exports via I Madri.1 Government are likely to '.1
the i as light daikness.
matter! A similar resolution will! IJrob3Lh.be lose ground.: If they adopt such resolutions I has bid Propagandists.for the Already her Buchanan I New York and Liverpool \Havre, Amsterdam -,I France and England to join them in tn a. ;:;1 1i
of that
presented there also and it be i support Propaganda The Columbus Times. offensive and defensive with
; may: a- and Antwerp, and receive her returns by i ance rcgxj -t
The Democratic as Gov. Drown recommends, they will lose i by ofieiing to run tie! Slave Line of :'ffi j 30 This able sheet which battled Cuba. As far cocnernedi> '
doped. party in the North: so manfully I the same circuit, or, go and return direct- j t as England is -<
as represented by The Albany' A.rgu10&:011 the!: North, and if they adopt any embodying clear: across the Continent: and her DallnsI : to elect McDonald in the late election in It must be obvious that *,e extra expense of statement, i is of course, a pure fiction.'"' 'I.

Post, Pennsylvanian, nnd thtir backers, is I different! 1 principles, they will lose .the South. I; to has amend undertaken the Federal to outlid:Constitution him by proposing j Georgia, avows its determination never.I two transhipments on such a route is very 'I Notwithstanding it is rumored,and'thetI '

i trying very hard to bring itself to this eo as to and the loss of time conshlerLte.i .-
will great
up They not their cM 3sues because I that i iI
is believed in nogOtiations
; the in the mor some ,
mark, and if the effort prove successful, the j repress future Anti-Slavery' : efforts. All this again wag pen opposition to to save these, some advantages could be I! quarters

resolution will be adolt(>d. If so, a very on them they will stand no chance of success, you see, is intended to put a stop to Slavery } compromise." The Times has generally j relinquished, of the more comprehensive mar I are on foot\ to turn Cuba overto&fWHITE I
large portion of the paily will i inevitably goover and this has been acknowledged by more Agitation Of course it will do it, or, at all been icgarded: as a disunion sheet, but its editor -:I kets we now deal in. The cities of the continent land as her property at :price of$1O,0i. i

to the support of the Northern Candidate !i- I than: one Whig paper r.t: tho North. What i I events, it will give a chance: of resurrection 'I says that he never went for disunionper I have plenty of capital, and we scarce- 000. If true," says the Washington TUB". ".
and the Democratic nominee bo thus then will do ? to some long buried politicians which i is: II doubt fu nish it much lower "
; they If a Convention is heldat they can at a it is but ofg ana-
sc. He further one stepbeyond a treaty
defeated. If the resolution should be cqualj. an ohjt of patriotic: solicitude.- : saJsI' than what
rejected all will do we now use. Indeed, we can
they as they did in 1818- of tee. But that is full alarm and injury j
other the be We advocated the
the Convention would be broken up without way or Union is bound to I'I'U only principle se.I I hardly account for the clumsy and costly step

<< any nomination! or else a Northern candidate they will array themselves under tho mum I I saved." ion and its practical use, as a measure II |! manner in which tho business is done. A I to the most capital interests and the Tit$. 1 1i

would be selected. j. banner, and thus seek to rally the cohorts of The True CO 1se. j of protection-as a measure that we have 'I shipper of tobacco or cotton at present, i icy of the United States ; and it is rln (J

AH this is speculation and may bo worth Whiggery throughout tho Union, and we The Marion Commtnvealth, the only Whig i I never for an instant doubted would have I draws a bill on his consignee in Europe on due to the people that tao administration
the Government to to do
I nothing whatever. The events of the coming shall be surprised if fail. unless I brought a pause- I time, and gets it cashed in American bank, '
they an out I paper in Alabama which, in the late canvassin to reform the administration, and to j should not fail to make knowDwitnoutdtIr<
tension of Congress may change the prospect and out abolitionist/ be the nominee.As that the :justice I and pays \'irtual., 10 or 12 per ct. interest, ;
The State, supported Southern Rights secure the South in the Union. One Southern the manner in which proposes t met te ;
altogether.: result of the election in this the value here. Why is there not i (
fron: present indications least: no goodcan in its determination to State taking the step with unselfish and heroic -( ti8!
Slate and in Massachusetts, may bring new cause, announcing j III in Richmond, Charleston and New Orleans, question. In addition to this rumor i

t,' elements into the calculation. But as things grow out of a separate organization, we acquiescence in the decision of the people in.. firmness could have accomplished the great I English, French and Dutch capital to advance Washington Telegraph contains the foiling

stand now, the :south seems disposed! to force I think it tile duty of the Southern Democracy regard to the Compromio measures, states I I work.Carolina.That She Stale we had have hoped wouL be ,j i on shipments, at the rate of five per ct. Ier piece of important information : I

_____! the Slavery issue into the coming canvass to unite itself with that I I wout cO"ercd annum I"BEAnDS.M
; party whose principlesand that it will hereafter for the of the the Er'1Admiralty '
fight order
I and in judgment, it is just the worst thing I I rights I with glory, South, and perpetuate i .An has been issued by :I
they could possibly do. Tho South ought to organization assimilate nearest to their South on tho Democratic platforn. I says: ,1 the Union. This is precisely the doctrine of r. Andrew Jackson Davis instructing a number(thti oj*
own. The principles! of the National Democracy I I whose letter the Standard II III val vessels to cruise the Southern roat t
"For Paulding in
be content with keeping it out,-with acquiescence our own part, we see ncthing better' so comes out the Hartford Times in favor ofmen's

- and silence on the part of the North if honestly and faithfully observed} will i i than to f:1 hack upon the Democratic plat j highly commends. We never have believed i wearing their beards. Ho says the of the Uniten States, and tocaptureiA! i

upon the subject of Slavery. They are safe he effective in rescuing the entire country i I form, to assist in making tie principles i that disunion was necessary to save the South. i hairs of the beard ate ultimations or continuations lean vessels which they have reason hostile tlievo int b
But have believed and elo still believe that i are destined to Cuba with
of the Democratic we
: t>o long/ as nothing is done. In this, as in from the into which have been I party the proirim-nt policy I i nd I
gulf we hastening of the those of the bard this
other matters, "masterly inacthit..." is of the country. For a limitation of the pow. I a settled conviction in the Northern mind nerves, coating tions. This. order i now in city,

I !t. many their best policy. They cannot\ old.t'ol"the and a judicious; wise and patriotic ers of the Federal Government, in opposition that the South would secede from the con : and membrane of the eye are connected knowledge of its nature formed the bis.o

i coarse on the part of the nominating Convention I to hmtof the unless justice was meted to her, the letter of)1 r. CrittendentotheBrit11'ister
j North, and they run the risk of being out-ro- I tha South-higi protective federacy ful with the beard on the lip, and when it issued b!
:. r ted them cl\"t:5. If the whole matter can be will Eccure for the Democratic ticketa tariff", and a mnintninanco of tlu doctrine of was necessary save both the South and is shaved off the nerves uppr at a exposed to injury ; and wo bele.e a similar order

__ Allowed] to drop,-if the opponents of agitation ,; hearty Southern support. I State Rights, we can look alonoto the Democratic the Union. Yo have honestly labored to 'I! ; tho French government called for a like} e
some diseases of the he attributes to shav.
force this conviction the North the eye to that its represcotats
!! will stop agitating, we believe all will go party. Acting upon UJB conviction, I on by un. 1 government, through
- : on well. The lighu of the South: will not LeIn'aded.thdr IKELAND.-Efforts are making to induce the result of our best judgment, we take our I, ion of the South. We have failed,,and we ing. In women, these nerves instead of terminating here. We can feed the starving subjects'(

_i institutions will not be inter. emigration to Peru. The Government of that stand upon the Democratic platf rm, for wealor I: now wash our hands of it. When the South I. in the upper lip are buried in the Great Britain, but do not need the services'

: woe. gets ready to make a fight for her rights, if her Navy as police force on our coat a
a (ered'jthand the laws will lie obeyed.But .- country consents to two-thirds of the cheeks, and have much to do in controlling
f f with I pay passagemoney I Tho Whig party South is virtually dis- wo are alive we shall bo with her. In themeantime will not permit it!"
: fI if not content things as they are, ; tho phenomenon of blushing. Bronchittis
or JCO for each adult. In .
consideration forcerf to remain in the Un.
It i being
farther: organized. Oan never make another stand
. -f. they} [per >t in will pushing find the themselves contest in the, of this sum the parties bind themselves upon its .-. the measures for ion / the hard and unequal terms of the and maladies of the lungs are produced by MAN vs. BUCK MAN.-A de"
princplesr- .
t i we they to work a certain length of time at fix. shaving off the beard on the chin. Mr. Davis ,. !!.
which it compromise we must do the best 25
L1 end losers by the oeration. They could not forbears. The l leaders we can under patch dated Rochester, Y., Oct Sf
: | ) ed wngc.ft, or else to repay it in monthly in. the duress and with that also argues that mustachios are no obstacle
oj do which would the Abolitionists ) of tho party see this, and their effort act party which IICItt0 t
anything please Great excitement was produced
..t.i stalments. Only Catholic emigrants are now is, to keep up the falst issue they comes nearest to our standard justice to in the way of eating, or any other func- *.
end Ultraists North better
I of the wanted. pre tion in which dar, in consequence ol a new but wj
. sented luring the last canvass, of Union"and the South. thehipsareemployed._ The V *'
tlum to (Insist on introducing Slavery as an feature in the political arena. f

- [ clement in the coming Presidential canvass. G EN. T'\1GGs.-'l'be Pensacola Gazette,in Disunion," and upon that to fight the oz:7-A: Life of James Knox Polk, late (0-: The N. O. True Delta publishes the District Convention met, this afternoon, t
next .
presidential campaign. With such ,
the recent marriage of this jug President of the United return of the of nominating candidate .:
r'' noticing gallant glery we shall take neither lot." States, from the pen cotton picked by 34 hands, upon purpose : it .
____j ( : The editor of the Indiana Jeffersonian gives General, says that n few of tho b'lioys of tho pirt nor of John S. Jenkins of New York, author ofa the plantation of Col.! J. ,V. Clay, of. .itkangas the _Assembly ; and on the first ballot ?

I i the following notice:-Our purse is lost t! The place thought proper to give him a charh'ari CAN THIS BE TRUE; '?-Tie London Standard Lifq, of Mr. Calhoun, and of of co., Arkansas, on the 16th ult which ascertained that J. P. :Milliner, whit.1

;:1 t: finder is respectfully requested to return it !being (a peculiar kind serenade) for the benefitof sn.su conversion to Protestantismthat a History gives a total of 29,350 lbs., or an average of had forty-four votes: Fred Doug1a5"1man 'JP

t e :; careful not to disturb? its contents, which the poor of the place.. The amount demanded astonishes much mop than the cO'ersiol the War with Mexico, has been published at 86SJ Ibs., to each hand. Tho largest amount twenty-one, scattering, tbirltd' | ;

I were a brass rule, a piece of leaf tobacco -one hundred dollars-was promptly of the Duke of Norfolk, u uow to br an noun- the North. It is said to be well written, end picked by one hand was 11 SO Ibs, A boy Mr. Milliner was finallr! nomAted,

L ) .:'I. t, nicely tvisted1 and a very good leather Etl' lIl;.' handed operand WII! dittributcd to the UC(dy.: ted-the conversion of )r. lUtJ.1! highly. interesting. 12 'years old picked 633 Ibs. m.ijority.3'


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jat.. ;: A SIGSIFICAXT- -AU.1CnArJl.The Lon Fupiise Slate Trouble on the Mexican St&E OF PLontn. :' fIn: Chancery. LLOYD'S. DAGUERREAN ROOMS.

Franklin* don News of the 25th opens a leader, antici- Frontier.-It seems that sundry slaveholdershave Proclamation for a Day of Thanksgiving and ESr LEON CIRCUIT COURT. SKY-IJGI1T GALLERY.OVEIi .

of the Kossuth with this allusion recently set up claims! to be the owners Praise, David O. Raney and Harriet }Frances hill Wire,Excc.
'CW.YoBK0.2 paling the arrival of of certain negroes belonging to Wild Cat's :BY THOMAS B&OW2J, tors of Latimer Armistcad deceased Barnard's Drng' Store. Open daily frora

Franklin has arrived from : company, on the frontier of Mexico,'near San GorcTMr of ai'J State. r* M. to 4, P. M. 1 ,
Armistead Ereculrix
ArmUtead and Mary October 18 181. 41
Eugenia ,
1be dTtStodieffiMnlt. One of the most pleasing coincidences of Antonio de Bexar: \TIIEItE.S. For tIle better obseryancc of \Iarcu'J.\ Armistead, deceased.

mtb Money Market f \vas esty.Manufacturing .- modern times is tha complete identity of feeling Goffer, John, ths chief of Wild C:t's negroes an and pious custom, it has the Order of the Court in the abovo enti-- Just Received

IIntondon: Districts was in the Uuited States of America and in and the same man who commandedthe __. -4 been suggested to me by the public fnnc- UNDER !, the fcllowing lands belonging to the sale by BETTOX & WHITAKER.'*'

TJe in sncr/the d'C1iflifl.4'I'ho Cotton.marBdAnre Great Britain, on the subject of tho Hungarian negro warriors in the Florda war, and a tior.aries,of that several the last of the .Wer members the month of the pf Confederacy No- kte partnership firm of L. &M. A.Armistead, will AXDfor F.RAL ASSORTMENT OF FANCY and

oI1, edand prices in favor of Lu '. struggle. The same homage is paid, the lad )by the name of Mungo, son of Wild Cat's Tcmber be annually set Thursday apart u in a Day of Thanksgiving be I.offered for b'rale Leon at Public Auction' to wit: STAPLE DRY GOODS, and Clotlunjr. Hat Hardware and
Lying County : and Saddles. -
"1I! to sell. enthusiasm kindled, in those two great chief have been seized and Prayer .when the entire nation, under Caps. Boots and Shoes) Bridles
kel Uie continued pressure same interpreter, recently by ThVE. of Sec. 11, the S. W. 1 and the W. i of Groceries tc, owing to 20th were OOO bales, of divisions of Anglo-Saxon race, to the noblest the sheriff, near San Antonio de Bexar, as the call of their respective executive Luthoritie-s may the N. W. J of Sec 12, T.I, R 2, N. & E. containing Qut-articles nsware

;e pies) on where the for exportation ; on '1'ues- stand made for liberty in modern times fugitive slaves. The free papers of one were .united assemble hearts in their and several voices places give of thanks worship to,Almighty and with 562: :31-100 acres, lying near the plantation of John following :Dry Goods. t

,hjeb 1000 I was no speculative de.j0sutb against tyranic powers and overwhelmingforce. promptly produced, and he was released. God for the many blessings lIe has conferred upon us ParkhilL Also, the 1. i of the S. E. .. Sec 9. W. | of the S. Georgia White Kerseys,

ds4 4000.ere That identity of feeling is a hopeful ; Gen. Jessup, it is i said, certifies to ther right as n Nation and a People, and that, with humble and "W. i of Sec 10, and tIll X. W. } of Sec. 15. all in '1'. Kentucky do. do. .

n- hall rot arrived Southampton, promise that, if the events of Europe should I to freedom, and the Mexican Government I contrite spirits, we nv.y invoke Him fi>r a continuance 1. R. 1, S. & E, containing S20 acres, adjombg land Black,3.fixeil, Greyand Stripod. .

enthusiasm is beginning to cool I. ever take such i course as the present a formidable have claimed John as a Mexican citizen and of that heavenly influence in our 1xh: without whichour of Geo. T. Ward, Esq. Georgia naburgs, 'I. ,
d raMie which absolutist l the freedom of Independence would not have been aehiercdthe Also, the E. of the N. "vT. J of Sec. 32. W. | of K 0. 1 and 2 do.
received asor league, threatning soldier. Wild Cat is furious on account
been Union of these States the :
Letters I have preserved nor blessings the S. W. 4 of Sec 29, and so much of the E. j of Saddle and Negro Blankets
be will not come, and never intenome of England and of the west, this country their scisure, and it is feared that Le will arising from religious toleration enjoyed throughout the S. W. i .nd: of the W. i of the S. E.$ of Sec. 29, Superior 10 and 11 qr. do. .,

*tlll1t to the United States in theMississippi. may find, in the generous breasts and make this an excuse for once more assumingan the vast expanse of this mighty Nation f'Nu' as was allotted to L. Armistead in a partition with II. Blue Mackinaw do.- -

4ed W lie avows Ills determin.M'revolutionize strong arms of its American brethren, that openly hostile attitude towards the whites, ;-, therefore, L THOMAS Baowjr, Governor of the VT. Braden, known as Rock Haven, containing 260 Whitney Crib do.
State of Florida,do accordingly appoint and proclaim Brown and Bleached Sheetings and Shirting,
and houlJe&t&fture disinterested and efficient alliance and support and the frontier sctlbtnents whichit acres.allinT.2R2S.&E. '
t : I
Hungary, ravaging
Thursday, the 27th day of November next, as a day Also to 160 acres of public English, French and Oil Print,
floating pre-emption Fancy
I a
.linll d" this 1.bp country, it would which for centuries we have vainly sought io'. is thought he has been recently bat too of Public Thanksgiving and Prake ; and I do invite land, granted by Congrei-3 to Mary Dawes, and by Fancy Plaid, and Black and White Ginghams

raise i funds' for that fibJwtcivat Europe." much inclined to do. the good People of this State, on that day, suspending her asMinicd to L. ArmLttcJid. Kentucky Jeans,

OuLte! to excitement in England in -- their usual avocations, to assemble in their ni'pec- The above will be offered for sale before the Court White, Red and Yellow F1anne ,

1DTf.01' diMoxerii-s of Gold irf Austral. RENUNCIATION.-Capt. .\. S. Henry, a son The Lippard Style.-Mrs. Swiss-helm gives the places of public worchip, and humbly acknowledging HOU.-HJ in Tallahassee on the first Monday in December Plaid and Wool Shawls, assorted, *'

1t51rl the from the Cape of Good Hope of the great Patrick Henry announces in the the following unique character ofGeorge( Lippard's that Infinite Goodness and Mercy which has next. Two and Three Ply Carpeting. .,
crowned the with blessings
neWS closing year so many entreat -
The \ of mast feel Silk and Dress Goods. .
the English troops having Lynchburg Republican thai he shall no longer style writing. Lippaid in behalf of ourselves and this wide-spread Republic II. Lying in Gaclsleticcninty :

"i iTseverelv rcnuUed. Ten thousand the heretofore. highly complimented : a continuance of the same and the forbearance Lot No. 5 in frac. Sec. 2ft ((66 acres,) and Lot No. 1 Plaid Glace Silk, .j
with as
bieD & asked mr.'rbe act Whig party "\Vc know of no name for your style, and and forgiveness of Almighty God, through Jesus in frac. Sec. 35 ((15 acres) all in T. 3, It. 7, N. fc W. 1'laid Foidard do.' .

z Tt men are is still unchanged He says he has "frequently differed with the have not learned that any critic invented any Christ t who fur our many individual and national das known as the Aspalaga town site. Chine do. do. *,

rrclI) Ministry The of hlano.bdieved Whigg in the past and paiticularly do I differ other than the Lippard style,' wlich must is most justly dVr>lea-cJ: That He would be pleased Also, S. W. J Sec. 25 ((160 25-100 acres) Lots Not Corded IVinted Caml'a do. do.do. It
cuuutr.quit.'t. King to awaken in our hearts a tie\'Out contrition Xo. -
ef and Lot
) 3 and 5, and W. of S. \V. 4 of Sec. 35.
1the toLe d Ji n g.F..Yom. with them on the great absorbing, paramount mean a style that rcquries the wrier to be ; for the sin of Ingratitude, whereby we have Leen soinst'n..iLle 14 in Sec. 31, all in T. 3, R 7, X. and W, containing :Black Gro de Rhinf, "<
born with St. Titus' dance be ir.oculated Blue and Figured Cashmere*, ::f
It to
to the rich ble* ngs by winch lIe has distinguished the tract. .
issues of the viz: The &a'eryques 5454 acres adjoining .
day, and Watered DC Lainos t n
: Xov. 3. for the delirium It emens, take the nightmare us oter every other People, and }have nurtured Also E. i of S. E. i, and 1ot X. E. 4 of <\-c. 13. Figuered '

on." in the natural way, get badly: frightened at a the bitter fruits of pride contumacy, selfishness in T 2. R. 4, N. i \ '. ; and S. 4 cf Sec. 18, in T. 2, It. French De Laine Robe. > ,-. 7. '
'V Cotton market to-day was heavy, the collection snakes and write under the combined and contention from the conitant dews of Hw unwearied -I 3, N.. i W., containing 474 CS-100 acres, within one; Blue and iHak French Merino *
amounting to GOO bales. Hoar has 0:7" A planter at Orange Lake, Florida, Love and Goodnesa : That while, in Ills moetunreserved mile cf Qniocy. \ Printed Silks and T15.ut'9.d,'
influence of these manifold ofinspiration. Printed and Embroidered Bareges
: the Savannah JYir writes under date of causes Mercy, lie has been pleased to assuage \ The above will be offered for sale in Quincy bcf rc:
dt'i.jiut'd.tel1l'e Ms, Satm Plaid and Black do.
says _
I the violence of sectional controversy, lie would awaken the Court Hou.e, on Saturday the 6th day of December
t-&, from the Rio Grande to the the 30th ult, that he has this year the finest in the \ihole American People nn inznUoll.r.. next. Black and Fancy Silk Fringe, .-

*.', Qa. Ueen received at New Oilcans.attacked .- he ever saw. He : 07:: Eliza Emery warns all girls in the ruw and shame that contention;;hiiu1devr1iavt.ari. Terms for all tha Lands one-third of the purchase Dressed Buttons assorted. :
and t'll'turcdl:1lamOl'as crop says South and West to look out for her gay deceiving ('n between the member of our!hl/hly iavorcd Cimil money in casli. and the balance on a credit of one Neck Tie, Silk and Velvet,

'Iba.lal. One hundred nnd 1 fifty; Mexicans Wo arc now picking more than two tliou l.usband, David. She cf States and praeiou-ly liotowixw all a di-posi--I year. Purchaser will pay for title papers.BEXJ. Black and Pearl Silk Hcwe.
tlr2Jl sand pounds to the acre-it beingthe second runaway says tioii to Justice, Liberality and Forbearance, so niich F. WHITXER. Silk and Kid Gloves assorted .
[. wvoiutionifcts, were killed and wounded. he has left her and told the folks '
believe that several of cruelly in harmony with the Divine dealings Urn ard.s ua an aPeople. Master i ia Chancery. Silk Mitts. ChemizetU,
ruo IKS pleased to hasten ovcmber1,1Sl. 43 5t [Sentinel Lace and Swiss Capes, Collars and Cu&,
T yield
The American Consul was among theoudei 1 Hammock Orange Grove land, will to preach and marry a Hoosier. Eliza the time when the whole} human race shall become -- Ladies and Gents L C. Handkerchiefs, dc.AU '

j'd, 3000 pounds and upwards to the acre; I shall i 1 thinks he may bo easily known ; and to prove I the happy recipients of the same great measure Exchange at Par of which they offer on the most reasonable

be unable to save my cotton, without help) to of tempe.rot nnd t-piritual blessings which has l een terms.BETIO
so, says : David has a scar 0:1 his nose whereI Hardware, Crockery, "Woodware, i WHITAKER.
meted out to
PIIIL.IDELI'IIIA, X 0lud'u \. 2. say nothing of my sugar cane, which I can scratch e-l it'EXTKAOKPJNAKV In testimony us.whereof. I l have hereunto set my ]hand GROCERIES, Steel, Blankets, Kerseys Erogans, October 1851. 41 4t
not touch. My: Long cotton will yield 1,500 Hats, Caps Black Dress Coats, IVjita Vests Overcoats
and caused to lie affixed the Great ireal; of
Grier tnd Kane have decided the pounds to the acre.Hudson. DuiiT.-The schooner ? -. the State of Florida, at the C:J.itll in TalLUD : Hunting Coatfl. Sadilles, Bridles, tc., given in Here :I Am. -

rejct.,.:,",.."!.h ea. -. The opinion .sustains each Laura Jane left this port in August last forXew .J laliassec, this 2Ht day of October, A. 1). EXCHANGE for Cash, Cotton J. and M. WILLIAMS Produce of the i to purchase certain property on the sea-

yd!, all 1 of f t'te' 1use's patents in each partievr -I J- The River Railroad has been York. During the gale of the 23d: of 1S51. Country November g'-nerally.1, 1B51. 43Youth's FAILING. am Itrre, to attend to the wants of this
and decides that be was the inventor ot distance from New THOJIAS BROWX, Citizen" of Tallahassee and the balance of out world.
:. she lost her
completed to Albany, a that month, in 20, long. 83,
,; 'oriiii2 at a diHlI1ce: byneant fonrnor vf FiuriL1. CMldren's and Boy's Clothing, All who intend pardoning poods, will find it to their
ula'UJ'l"/ "? IV The first train passedover long boat. On the 1 ith September. 22 days ,
and such he York of M3 miles. By the Governor: Attest, interest to call before they let the money slip from
of tWro-nwfrnetiMn and, that as the Haiti's the road in three hours and thirty-three after, the shooner U. W. Brown, one of the C. W. DOWYING, Srcrctary f f Statt. SOME of which} us very handsome.W. T. jut MITCHELL received by i j i their fingers. S. S. KXIGHT. .

1 jt cnwM! to protection, packets between Wilmington and New York, November, 1851. 41 tf I October 18, 1851. 41 tf
claims The Court three rate of November 1. IS1. 43
il,1t" intnnpw! upon his minutes, making stoppages picked up the lost boat oil Cap Hatteras, and
eINl l a dt'fl'f'e and injunction to be propswd 41 miles hour!- Tax Collector's Sale. Fall and Winter Goods.
6.; speed reaching nearly per carried it into Xew York-the boat having N al..3.

iiv I' the pomjlainant'p counsel I in accor. The entire cost of the road and equipments, drifted upwards of boa miles.-Wakidla! BY)virtue of the'o..er for( \ sale, before vested! the in Court tea by Hou.ehtQ'lincy law, I"hall l received and fir Eale at prices to suit the j'iHE subscribe1' are now receiving their stock cfJL
with the of the bill. Counsel expose JUST NEW GOODS, consisting in part of the following -
ouire prayer the date of its completion, has been $0- Times. in 'he County rl Gad d'n, on the second ;. 40 kegs NAILS, byNovember articles
Geo. Gifiord; of X. Y. St. up to S. S. KXIGIIT. :
forth Mo-go line: Monday May net', the following described rro- I, 1&1. 43
ton T. C.-imj'Sfll! and Gt'o. Harding, of GGfl.GS. -averaging about $. ,G20 per Tnu DnviL.-Wcailhavc one bri. it spot in pert, or ST much thereof as will pay the State and For Families. Plain and de figured Lames,Mouslin de Lames 4Barepe '

Pailidelphia.: Counsel for Haiti's line, R.II. nn.e.., our character. The devil, for instance, invent County Taxes due thereon from lb5! to ISolJinclu- Plain and figure-l' Barege.

Gillet ofN. Y. Wm. !,Meredith endKusrMcCj.il ed modesty. Till the adversary: appeared to sire, and the nccessdry expenses incider.t thereto, to J.0 SMALL and convenient boxes SOAP tbe Plain and Plaid Gingham"
of Philadelphia.WASHINGTON! O It is 5d that Col. J. W. Forney, editor Eve, people dressed naked. Aprons caIne in wit : bought of 43 ilazarin blue and changeable Alpacas,
Eighty acres of Land l lung on Crooked Creek, November 1.1831.:
of the Pcnnsyhanian, is a candidate for with H1, while! breeches of skin owe their invention owned bv. Romeo Liwis. Changeable Poplins,
Gross de Rhine and Sin"bcw Silica, -
,. O2.. the Clerkship of the next House of Represonlalives. to breeches against the command. HUGH 0 McLEAX, Preserves, &c. Sash and Bonnet Ribbon, ,
Xo m nts. The gentleman in black' may Lave ruined Tax Collector for Gadsden County.November A FURTHER supply c-f Preservesc.., &.just.t1 Belt and Velvet do.
d'afTairs We he be elected.
The Chevalier Hulsemann charge hope may 4t Cm
I man, but he has proved the salvation of received and ojiene'd. Pongee ]hdk'fs. black Italian Cravats.
;1 from Austria. Ins demanded his 1aE Srorts.- man has done more in the free States to have I tailors and manlua-mukers. Tax Collector's Sale. 1 eae EA.t India Chow Chow" a beautiful and Thibbfct Shawls: Embroidered Cape Shawls .

, Mr.1 Rives, our Minister to France, has been to the South than Mr. F., and ---- delicious Preserve f..r the Tea Table. Block Silk Lace and Fringesv Gimps.
pc&tlcd. Another fugitive slave has been justice given I PRESIDENTIAL C.vrcrsiNc. is slated in BY virtue cf the po-ver vested in me bj law, I 1 case Spanish Olive, B.bin Edges, Cambric and Swiss Trinoming
i no man deserves better of his country. I shall expose for sale! before tile Curt Hr>u'e at t 1 u I'olamound Embroidered Mu L'n Collars
fei7"d at Harrisbarg! and brought back. the New York that the leading members -
papers the second
Quincy in Ihe County of Gadsden, on S u assorted Preserves, .
Linen Cambric llJk' from 12} :. to $1 00,
Nathan: Sarceanrhas been appointed Regker DRATII or THE WIFE OK (;U\. UJIIAZI. of the Cabinet of the late President i Polk i I Monday in MJV nest, the following described property 1 Jams French Lawn do, ,

: of the Treasury. \ We !learn from the Washington Telegraph are assembled in that city at this time, and or ?o much thereof a< will pay the Taxes due 1 Salad, Crcr.m. Illusion Xett Cap Xctt Figured and Plain
thereon from the year ISH to 155] inclusive, and 1 Wheeler's Bitter, a fine tonic,
defeat the and Jaconet Muslins
that Major Tochtnan and lady have leeciveda engaged in concocting a scheme to JIull. Swiss, Cambric ,
the Ihep-on.to
It is perfectly certain,-that the Southern letter announcing that the wife of Gov. movement in favor of Judge Douglass, of Illinois Forty ncesuyepense acres of Lind in GaJsden County: belonging 2 1 natural Sardines.Englih Pine. Apples, Berlin Bonnet Cord, long Whale Bone, *

'hii will never actith the Northern Ujhazi, the Hungarian eiIedied at New Bu- for the Presidency, and to secure the to Smith & Paramore, I ting on Noith Mosquito 2 Pickles, New Long York Lawns Mill, Irish Long Linens Cloth -

'V1ug but jKHi the finality of all the Com- da, Decatur county, Iowa, on the 11 tit intt. nomination of Mr. Buchanan, of 1{l1ns)1. Creek. HUGH O. JIcLEAN, 3 4' Fhivonng Extracts Childrens Worsted hose

r"mist'IJjIig meaning most especially ther.t.teSnvp The venerable Hungarian patriot, in announcing vania. Tax Collector for Gad.den County. 1 preserved Ginjrer, Ac Ladies superior Jlenno Vests. .
November 8,11. 41 Cm tneen.1c.So'ernkr
Law and therefore that his letter BERRY A ROWLES, .Aucti G. A J. UG I
; ; ,- the sad tidings, thus concludes : -
I Mister I I don't don'tknow 1, 1S51. 43
Uil" remark,- I "Theccp of sorrows is full. I havelott say suppose you Tax Collector's Sale. October 25,1851. 42 4t
1 my of nobody what don't want to hire no.
lu: au6 aih\icc will blow the to atoms.' She this the vested in law I Brandy.
, ; Whig party beloved wife departed virtue of power m? by PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
my body to do nothin for somebody no how, you BV ,
j be unclt-rMood illness. Could I have shall expose for sale before the Court H.-nxe atQumc EIGHTH casks Pale and Dark Otardfj
H I10 as f.fiJingr : life after a days' don't do !i" S superior HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
N'lrthirn' then with I exile to shorten her} I you \. in GdJsdan County, on the second Monday + Brandy, a article purchased under CustomHouse
Whijrs : not act I foreseen that was pure
you my
Yis, I guess not. in May next, the following described property, or lock and kev in New York. Capital Stock, S300,000. .
NHiiicrn \\'hi; ." WcXorlheni Whigs days, I would have given my head to thp -- .-.- --. -- ,. -- so nvich thereof as will pay the State and County BERRY 4 ROWLES, Auctioneers, &c. under'.iLmed, Agent of the above Company

-we reply,-wr MILL. Then. are WILL'I' foes of my country, to preserve the life of the POUT OF ST. MARKS.ARRIVED. Taxes due thereon from lS45to ISH: inc1nsh'e, and November 1. 1851. 43 TIlE prepared to take risks against Fire on buildings -

mdt and irns of tJiousands of us, that best of mothers. Your most affectionate, unfortunate i the necessary expenses incident thereto, to wit : and their contents, on the most favorable terms.F. .
'fitti, 1 hi, choose to another Buffalo :: friend." One hundred and -xty acie-j of Laud in Gad c1?n Strayed IL FLAGG, AgentTallahassee I
;0 on Oct. 23.* Brij Wacissa, Powell New York, 13 ,by!. Coun'y, belons'ws Robind Hollinger, ling on the
iijo:;, win; fare, just as Van Huren' did, in Lis: On the 25th of! the Hole in the Wall I, lx>arni:? r. :;. i ApaUchicola KiVi-r, adjoininz the lands <,f [nnerar- FROM the subscriber on the 10th ult a Black October 25, 1851. 42

tuttiou:: of a Buffalo tectional party.-Exr Ii IiIi. Intercourse with Florida. li, di"tmce'cn miles, paw a French fcWp of irar ity. HUGH 0. :IcLJl'Tn Mule about 14 hands high, 4 years old hv t

The! steamship Florida was launched at struck by a heavy wjtialL] LcM her three top gallant Collector lor GadsJen County. Spring; no visible marks recollected. Any information Groceries and Provisions. .

L. I. on Friday last. She has ma.tB, foretopul yard, and crotcket yard. Nasneunknown. Novembers, !=jl. 41 Cta respecting the said Mule will Ire thankfully received subscriber i i.just receiving a fresh supply of ,
Grcenpoint, for THE
win be paid
T Th'l'fr.firms fully nil we lla"c.t and any reasonable expense Groceries and I'rovtsiono (and respect
: UL, \Vr Noitliera Wj higs," says TILe EiJ been built for Messrs.I J. W. CALDWELL & SA J LED. Tax Collector's Sale. the delivery of said mule to we at this place. ; fully asks a share of public patronage,) con'istiruj in

J tri'/:/ I Co., of this city, and is the first of the line law I have DAVID S. BRANDON of Flour, Bacon Pork Lard, Butter, Cheese,StY
M, act \\itli i you of the South, upon O'l30. Sclir. Wm. It.l''ttcs. Rook, Xe-r Organs.Nov. virtue authority in me by ve-ted 185i. 43 lot I part
BY Ga November 1,
intended to ply between Charleston and Jacksonville and Will for sale ef..re the Tbnmii'\'il1., pars Coffees Teas, Soap, Starch. Candles. Fulton
.fOU:own tt'I'iI 1 x.nct from us the plet4ges 2. Baiquc John Stroud, Elwell New York. \ upon, expose
Florida is remarkablyfine in the Tallahassee, the Market Beef. Salmon Sardines, Mackerel, Crackers,
Fla. The a Court House door, city of on
w Hesin- and thousands READY.Xov. Notice.
ihsnsans and
tens of vessel of her clase and has been built second Monday in May next: the following d-j-crilx-J I I Candies, Pickles. .tc, :.
nwuil;! ;U! \',\II.' flr candidate neverUie'v 4. Schr Xew Y(.rk. at 11 o'- assortment and
your and Focahoutns Uingliam, or so much thereof will b1.1 sufficient; to the first Mon lay in December next Abe, an of Wood Willowware.C.
'"65. \\ ilotiH doubt it. Certainly, we nev- with special reference to the comfort accommodation -' Barque Laura Jane, Delano property the State aril County Taxes due thereon for the : OX clock A. M, I will pell at Public Auction before IL AUSTIN.
I pay
r: f'x? Sl'd any opinion at ,variance( with it. of passengers. The connection IN PORT. .year 151aai all uicIJ-jnt.il expenses, to wit : I II the Court House, in Tallahassee, the following described Phoenix Building, next door to J). E. Hull's
ft,: iatttil Income of the rest of the parDoc. I: of Charleston with Florida promises ad.vantages Bark Mary Varn"y, Sturgcss ; Pilgrim. Sawyer; All that tract or jwicel of Land known as Forbes' property, to wit : Saddlery Establishment. f,
and char. Purcha within Leon County, containing H'ATil) One hun lr J and twenty acres of Land, known as October25,1S51. 42 3t
t. j of an enduring important Llewvellyn, Sherman Win. 1L Bnxlie, Crtry.f ;
7'he/ believe it ;
Erprrxs or can 14"and N. E. j of the N. -
praIKUO of or Ic'S, said to belong to the Apalachicola the W. i X.V.. J. Sec. the
That State is destined to be one IJritf* Cuf-Lnrtc, Lowry ; Oriole, Brandt ; J. 0. Afidpnotj acres, iiiore
,,"f' !IJ that :'..fl the Whigs, or enough ;,! actcr.the richest in the Union, and such is the pe' ( Paine ; Gen. Wilon, l'crkins'aci; a, )(,-. Land Company.: E. i. Sec. 15, in T. 1. R. 1, South and West, lying bIxvm Quinine.A .

Uiin to carry a tingle large Xorthern ell D. McRAEXY, County. VERY superior article cf QUIXI :just received -
,uttwould btaiid upon any such platform t tJf \ culiarity of its coast, that it is never likely to Schrp. 1.\tlrtl.Jane, Delano; J. YaiL DcUno. Tar Collector of Leon County. Negro slaves Mara aged about 32 years,and Nancy at Apothecary anti Drug Store of
of its own. Hence all 8, 1851. 4t Cm aged t about 13: .
allY@uch jili'd e is exacted, we repeat our'iMiuon j have a great seaport -- November year 1 BARNARD. Jr'.
I in Leon
( the valuable commerce that is to result from The friends of Mr. and lira. I).\. Sold by virtue of a Decree :in Chancery October 25, 1851. 42 SIn of the Mortar.
; that j will desert tliei acquaintances
Whigs enough I this fertile Tax Collectcr's Sale. Circuit; Court ia the ease of Ma. hew Raker and othersvs. .
.lnt III defeat, the Presidential candidate by the peojJing and cultivation of yin CLAPTON and of their FOil. Mr. DAVID B. CLArrny, George Sv. furJ and Wife. Terms of sale. ca k uice and Onions.
vested I have
'I virtue of! authority in me blaw ,
"i, ovcr'.\k'ltin.ig majorityand that'sh::t peninsula is a prize ofieied l to the competition are re-pcctfully invited: to uttdid the foiioral ef the I BY :II. T. BY.OCKER.Special
; anJ il1 for cale. in front of
Chai ..ton from her I I levied upon expose Master in : '. TU3T received and fur sale.
%i t: tall" b\owillg\ the Whig party to :1toms.lltl'Te ." I of the Atlantic_ cities.. .' .1 Y" i furnwr.; at half pat 3 o'clock this afternfmn from Li i I the Court llo u"e d.x r.: in the city of 'Tallahassee! on Novembir1ISl. 43 :tShcriff' ,I J. M. WILLIAMS.

tway r,6trfgard it in the same Igbt.tiLVc. position, and from the silinitus ot the Morida l late re-i
: understand that these are j'j'.1 jKiojiJevUh those of our Slate, has more -- : !. the following dl'! s-iibed J rlpt.rtr so muchthereof Sale.

"' ''i than an equal chance in this rivalry. We Now Opening as will }1.! wiffiriciit toIay\ the Taxes uedwre. Now Opening.A .
"li1tulitions about contingent cvents.haterernbout virtue of certain writs of Seri facias issned
I the 1S51 I\lIJ..1 "iiiciduntal -
f-r ,
\\ nil the hon. tt year cxjnK'H BY
t Ul\.llllg \ the justice orI I have but to properly encourage T the veil known taid flit m..rly occtJI'ie.ll..y to wit: !, the Clerks Office of the Circuit Court for FINE assortment (.1 Hard-ware. Glass-ware.

prOfll1C1.y,I( .th aNini :1.S "e prC'dict. OUI' I est efforts that are made advance the interests f\ CLARK ; direction to secure avery of James E. Broome .t Co. an.i others arts Phintiffs ware Saddlery Boots anti Shoes 01 ocerics,'. i.c.-
1'o'ioi ".iytht.l looker of our city in this the N. W. 4 "f &. 12, T. 1. R. 2, X. and F. contauiin j
: nd cia journalistic j I share in a trade which i is already I'all and Winter Clothing ? 5C2, :Sl-lOO( acres, Ijirijj; Hear the plantation! of aid Wih! : m Lee, (dectared: is Defendant. I have All of which will be sold low for cash or good credit. '
Ct" fromttavourt of view the} field seems |I J.'ln to hdong] to the estate levied upon and will csjxi f.r sale before the Court October 25. 181. 42 J. M. WILLIAMS.
) enlargement of Good Cloths, Caw-imrreji. Voting Icrv'Fine EMJ! ptrxjrting|
and the future *.
IS. Pf'rf't1y* l'\ear.\ ez-1 considerable, Fnncy I.f Tallnhas- the ---- -- -- ------
If such], n pledge! I is A. Anuistcad. lloue dfior. in the city cen. Monday .
Sewed imi Pi<**(d Hott!, Slinjuns, JLe. ; which of Jlarcus
f' :I.J I J-- the Soth no Whig 1 President cant which is i almost beyond computation. the] tuWrilr-r 1 is ready; and &nxi<>u" to bell on theicot 11. MeRAINY: l 4 day of DecciabiT next, within legal hours, the undivided Flour, Butter, &c.

1 dl'CL<''- !standing the deWn ni n. Charleston Mercury.Hoti reasonable terms, for ca!h or' its rfptirdcul.The Tax Collector of 1"-'11 County.Xovembfr interest of th, paM defendant, William Lee, JUST landed from New York
: Sm in the !following descrild property, belonging to theestate 6 best Gonhcn
of 1851. 44 Butter
l1f"! tiwnndsand of thousands"ir -- ------- htock of Clothing) 'lIn"i'lt i in pMt of kegs ,
tens Nelson of his ftherVflhiam Let decrosed to wit:
Jccirine.-Judge 5 boxes best
( Secession Cigars,
: "!"cra, Tlf It t be Black juul) Colored Dres'* and Frock Cnr.t. VI ntcd. If the X. W. Sec. :3, T. 2, IL 2, N. A U
rrt($$ fpeaks. may of New York in his chargo to the Grand Jury Brown and Mixed Frock, The W. i ( J 10 barrels flour,
Bine Grl'
to rwd pledge"rt4rt.UoE i wanted immediately, Porter
l of the U. S. Circuit Court at Albany, on Sack and) Fa-cy Coats, \ GOOD NURSE Harriet 1 S
,, and at tile of defeat: and Brown Ovi-mcte, 1 come well recommended. Apply for termsat Also, one negro woman, aged years. 6 boxes Soap.
Drab : can
expense the of tho Syracuse *
in 4'
the 21st tit cac a I'rL-cilLo 50
\l'lh> t I Pilot Bread Water Cutter Crackers. Soda
<|-.twe have octhiug to do. But the llgiKTpJ and Black Silk and Blnck Satin Te ct", Dr. Xa-h's l O.Tu-e. Crackers
in the rescue of the fugitiveslave boy, Taylor, 2
rioters engaged BU-oit A. IL
h1'1 Plaid and Cw-jmero Panta November, 1851.; 44 tf FELKELL
our Black, trey, Fancy "
jQfgiitnt; i .- u u a :Marion, 1
t are inseparable.Plain least in
.'. 1.: Jerry, seems to see one way at loons. --- ------- October 25, 1851. 42
I Levied the of said defendant, and ,
--- \\hit-li} a single Stale or a number of States I White, Fancy Silk and Maraeilh's Vests, atd'n.. NEW AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING. to be bold upon to satisfy as said property writs of heY facias. Groceries &c.- -d

would have the ritfd? to secede from the Un: rious other articles too numerous to. mention.n .t TII'T IL T. BLOCKER, SheriftXovember ,
Talk. ion. Perhaps this comes under the head of A. li. CL.Aitht. rpIIE Mibcril'er i* now receiving a larpc nnd splen1 1. 1851. 43 5t ( SACKS Seed Rye, 4 barrels Onions t'
of Xovcmbcr 8. 1851. 44 tf on"n 4Y 40 bbl l*. Ohio Flour 8 do.
uretlp.v the Tribune fcometimcs talks referred to in Mr. Cobb's letterto did assortment, H 'IudllIt..r IsadymadelnthIIg -- ---- Potatoes.
""1'II, : "just cause, (. conMotl-ig in part Jf CLOTH CLOAKS. Notice. 4 caok.s Skies, 4 boxes Star Candles,
uly.ltr.css the following in ref- the Macon Committee. Speaking of the C1othig. : barrels Flour
OVERCOATS of tlilurcnt descriptions Black Mol Stockholders of the Southern Life Insurance ij 1 tierce hIke .
ert1Ct' to a pcjlincian of a neighboring Plate disposition at the North to annul a material received at the old stand, a general asiirt. Brown Dns and Frock Coats; Cloth, Cafccimtre, THE Trust Company are hereby notinen that a Oranges and Apples. Just received from KeY

1 [uion' f. S. Senator will be elected in pait of the compact," namely, the fugitivetlave I JeST (if Cloths, Ca wmeres nnd Vrn'ingr, vluch I Tweed Satinett and Blanket, SACK and other BUSINESS meeting of the Stockholder will toe .held on the first j I Orleans and for sale low fur cash hrOutotcr
;llol't' of clause Justice Nelson : That the huljficriU-r j-repari-d to manufacture the imt I COATS ; (Cloili Cassimere, Tweed nnd Sat- in lA-cember next, at the Office of said C m- 25,1851. 42 A. II. FELKELL.GeiuVjtlothins .
lh! says Monday
a. John M. Honicn and it is reasonable tcnniuGentlemen und I ----
re- I the approved btvle, raid on the moet --- inttt l'ANTS"LST:3 of nIl qualities rtyles. f..r the election cf a Board of
interested in in Tallahassee,
lO1kd that Hon. other, or those oilier Stales and fa..hiur.aUe manufactured from the latest pany ; ; Hals, Ac.
Robert Toombj, late Whig In wmit of a regular outfit All of which have been! : Tru-teec. agreeably to the charter of paid C.impany.November ;
i Meailr: and Member c-h-ct of the house will rejected and repudiated part, after ati unwilling will do will to mil uponNvInkr and most desirable tuatf rials,c:f workman.-hip: f-u- 1. 1851. 43 5t R. LYON. Ca-hier. A XEW assortment of late btylea by late arrival*

t be th )s!n. 'J1lis h i 'foomLs effort by the constituted authorities of 8. 1651. 44 A. B. CLARKE. t erior and fctyles most fashioualdr. All of which from XHW York. J. M. WILLIAMS.-

11*b'I'' lerOUf veryrong. the Union to enforce obedience, would harea will be offered'for side at a small advance on the cost, In Chancery. October 25, 1851. 42
: ,ross.grained rough.and.rt'ady Priced Bagging and Rope.
end Low the A> f Cash Clothing COURT.
t50! or the compact as at an at Store.W. LEON CIRCUIT
to regard
%'iud.ag' with rather \\hoU-sotne rigid PIECES India Bagging at 1GJ ds per yard, T. MITCHELL. New, Fancy, and Staple Goods.
of f\C\ 1t
\ unfaithful 1 C. 1
r'I\ from confederacy Albert Jordan Complainant
2Udiee and vitMraw a "
. gait stealing from the Tn-asury, JUU 60" Kentucky" 16. November I, R51. 43 tf >-Divorce. A FINE assortment just opened, and for sale at

.*. ceft) bj Georgians; but Alexander I II!. fc'te- I associate's. 60 coils Rope, 8J I a Lucy J. Jordan, Defendant ) prices to suit the .'.

PI/Phs hl\& five times ;the: brain?, ten limes tho The nlx>ve r-rticles arc warranted in every respect, Hats and Caps, TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by afSJ J. M. WILLIAMS. .

: l flraI lepiblative capacity, and ought by all Rational Clzarartl'ristiu.-11Ie New York end hold low for CIL' BERRY i IUNYLE3.Xovtmlvr 0' all sorts,just received and fur sale CHEAT" davit made in this case, that the Defendant Lucy October 25, 1851. 42

1.It'ti to I be the Times translates the following portion of apolitical W. T. MITCnCLLo"t'mber J.Jordan, resides eyoud the limit of this State, *o -
44 Bagging
new R, ISGl. tfHope and "
1851. 43 Rope.
1. of cannot be served
-- catechism from // Fischiclto" an that the ordinary process subpa-ua
IlA Turin Groceries.UST Salt Irbil, &c. upon her : I .1\ LARGE lot. of Gunny. Kentucky, and Dundee .
nt :
HA! published : a\nin ,
( "DEMOCRATIC Wilier! Italian ;
,4 ; paper It i, ihcrtfort i>rc"rfJTliat said defendant appear I Bagging. Alw, a lot of Rope and T*Ute. For
A* n iwr&ig! of the friends of Col. .John6"'lft Queetion-Who is the lightest man in the | received per Schooner Clipper from Xewu G: UNNY Bagging, (a superior article,) and answer the Bill cf Complaint filed in this canstv saleby S. S. KXIGHT.

for the offic of Mayor in the city of wot Id tAnSll'er111e t Orleans Dundee do. Baling Twine on or before the first Monday in March next,or said October 18. 1851. 41 tfi
75 barrels Family Hour, Kentucky Rope, New York Patent Rope.Liverpool taken confessed her I
Welfhia} MJ the'2 Da id Frenchman. Bill will be for against t ,
<>n d iott i Mew Pork. Salt, Iron and SteeL In store and A
aul 20 Provided however,That notice nf tiM Order be published Card. .
German. i
'rown delivered an address in winch be Who is the hea\iest ?-The 20 Rectified Whiskey, for pale low. J. M. WILLIAMS. in in Talhilmsoec for three
Lid, / Who is the most seriousTho? English Leaf Lard 25 1851. 42 I some newspaper THE subscriber begs pjiTni-ttiori to inform the pub
dffy anybody to tell n>c what a A'nliig 6 October months before the Mud tirct Mondnv in Marrh rert in general and the ladies
I ***** \\ means. I will give a premium man. 6; Lan! Od ---- J. WAYLE3 BAKER, Judge, tc. vicinity in particular, that )he is of Tidlahassee and.." .

1 to ony one tf7o ran inform me. J am a Fed. Who is tIle most vivaclous-Tha Sxviss. 3 hogsheads prime Sugar, O. A. Mclntyrc, Snrgcca Dentist, October 27, 1851. Attest schollars for hwtructioii in MUMC nowprepared the IianA to receive t.

I jut and there it svcJi a Democrat I Who is the proudest ? The Spaniard. 2 t tierces ClunSed do. .f flOkegu i" ? HAS returned and taken Rooms at OSCAR A. MYERS. Clerk Forte. lIB u ill cull at the residence of m da- -
thing as a Butter, Citv Hotel. Ladles waited en November 1, ISM. 43 Sm perms : to
; but a Democratic Whig bcttrrrn a \'lto is the most humble f-The Russian."Who 1 0 l o\es Cheese I .&.uLLL.1J at their residence, it requested. in siring the to take their lessons at home either in town or" 1i

lU1rst end an ess, parfalin/r of tic qualities; is the most cnterprking, The Pole. 1 do. 'large BufTalo Toflgneg, : October 25, If 51. 42 Zt Lots for Sale.A A Piano country.Room win lie readon. the -first <- ; ; -

; t tot1,." 'I I l his, then, is David Paul lirown't.itioa \\'ho is the laziest l t-'nlc Turk. L hog-heada Middling Bacon I LARGE assortment of FALL and WINTER lMxt, fur thoso not wishing*to take theuf luMons of Octobcr ai-.. '

; : of DetnocraikVliig.." Who is the videbtawake The American. S dor Shoulders, ,' Cloths, Cassimcrs, and Tweeds. 1 J.X OOODS, comprising all articles needed i in this home. .t. {,
111cse' Hottentot 8 casks Su.r- ul'eJ family.IInm assortment of the aboro articles just received market, received by recent nrrivaU from New York For terms of the '
; democratic Whigs arc (,nil)' found Who is the deejiiestt-Tbe\ 2 new Carolina Rice. For snlf by AN tuition please*aptJf to under* I I IsiZne i !
t er the latert ( for rale in Lot to suit purchasers. I. Tt
'Utliy the rotyl C. "F" \RTIl
denvwl nil these virtues and vices mixed flDtffJi-.
long car, from Who has k
lnu 1rogen.I October 2>, 1E31. 42 J. November 1, 1!S1. 48 J. M. "ILLU lS. August 18, 1651. S: .t( '
I. named by Mr. llown.k together t t- Thf Italian. Korembef 6, 161. 44 1Arrival


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I 1" ; NEW GOODS. iFORWARD &. TOWLE, Towle & Myers, P. P. LEWIS, !;cal;L Sltoertisemtnta moil the extraordinary dittnn)in te

"t, Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Chancery, HAVE on hand,and are now receiving new and local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. great Remedy fr .\1aa and Bcas,71lit

I C'. JAMES M. WIT T.TAMS TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. assortment of GOODS, consisting of p.--- _, ROOMS in the new bofldirg unmedi- Chancery. II. G. Farrell's Celebrated AralUn i

i i .'I' now rrceivin? *toil Fall and Winter fipply of Gold Lever Hunting Watches, Eat of the Post Office. where MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-IN GADS- LlAbat u. I
IS '. A. FORWARD, J Sweat TOWLK.Jatt Gold Anchor Lever do ''he will te found unless proCesfionalljengaged. COURT. cure
NEW GOODS to which hr cll the attention I DEN CIRCUIT TilE p.r rJ1td by the 1
L jo ., : of, 1 of his cuitcmer and the public eneral1 '. His Sarah G. Tillmaa and Jane Tillman Cemplainantt, dais of olaf 1\.re I raa !
Silver Anchor Lever do n
October. 4. 1b51. 39 upon as the result cf magic
tock is well selected acid adapted to the l eaoaembracing but ritce
; t Lapine and common do Tax Collector's Sale. vs. come i intimate with *th( : We \ 'bt. !
0 R4 hutorj
"' A. E. MAXWELL. x. D. PAFT Gentlemen's and Ladies Bosom Pinsa Thomas S. Sari!, William C. Snell, Julia F. Dl- we can tba. :
general assortment for their
: .t'j ; Gunny Bagging, of Ear and B Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I monds! ,Susan J. Little, and Jenette V. G. Donaldson surprising power orcrdite Tv.t8ntainmentsin :
MAXWELL & PAPY Finger Rings, Gold Guards and
". j ,; Kentucky do. shall for sale,before the Court House al ? the kaowledge tf Iraf.
expose and of medkin.
Esecnlrix of the last testament
,. Ken, Fol b and Vest Chains Seals ,
;.q,1 Do Fat| Rope and T\*lne, A TTOR.EYSXD COUNSELLORS AT LAW, PencilsGold Pens,Gold and,Silver, Gold and Silver Gold 'Quincy, in the County of Gad den, on the third Robert L Edmonds, deceased, and Samuel B. wonder of the age, while at the( sane timei: 'th.t ,
: I P.lt NaiU Iron Spectacle, Monday in April next, the described ence of Cheznistrv.sihicb with *
Steel therabjd
: TALLAHASSEE, 1'LOKIDA.FtbruarvS Sleeve, Collar and Bosom BuMon-s Silver and i following pro Lon.Sheritt and ex officio Administrator de bo- if. !
Pearl wai to the ie tcf the world
Basset pertyor much thereof as will the State and sealed! ;
L Brogins, Shell Card Cases. Gold and Silver Thimbles fine pay nit non of the estate ol Susan S. Snell, deceased. *k"1"
,'. k Kip do 1P51. 5 _ Fans, Silver and Buffalo Combs. CountyTax due thereon for the year 1S5I, and the appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that in Botany they werethemost zealow lIt ? I

t ft Ounaburgs (Georgia Mills.) CHARLES VV. DOWNING Alao. French Mantle Clocks Table Knives, TeTrajs necessary expenses incident thereto to wit : IT William C. Snell, one of the above named Defendants t the beautiful groves : skirt the dtMrti cf i I. j
.i i Line Wool Six lundred and forty acres of land, lying on bia,abound rare plant and odorous f1
Keney. >s, hat t Plated and Silver Ware, Silver Table and TeaSpoon resides beyond the limits of this State,and ware > 1
'r 1/ Cotton Yarn. betl Southern mill ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Rock Cieek, purporting belong to L.S. Gatlin.or, obtained t hose aroraantic gums aad ??*' 1
( *, Plated Spoons, Forks Cr-am and Soup Ladies i in the State of New Yorkand that Thomas S. Snell, fnilu:la. 1
: : Crockery ware I Hardware, Tallahassee Florida. so much thereof as will pay the Tax aforesaid. another of said Defendants is reside sams. cf which this incraiparabtelioimeBtijl I I
,It,, Plated Waiters, do. Tea Set, Castors, Candlesticks supposed to and
tJ Wood ware, Grocprirs, :: OCce at the Capitol, Solar Lamps, Silver and Gilt Girandoles. HUGH O. McLKAN, beyond the limits of this State, and the United posed, by whcjestimaUnce.nnctacus ijf 7f*_ \

: ::. : A Urge assortment Shirtings and Sheeting, Marcia 15 1851. 10 tfW. .401:10, fine double bart eiled Guns, Shot and Game Tax Collector for Gadsden County. Stale*, but v.hoseresidenceis unknown : ing and Anodjne properties it is, when an'rstantaneooslj t

'J.'.' .4 Calicoes, Checks, Stripes, Bags, and Fla.k'.fine pocket Knives. Porte Monnie, October 11,1551. 40 Cm // it thrrrforc Ordered, That thesaid William C. rl.fuif'd through (the whole wri18" I
: Drillings (CaC.lmere, &c. : Port Folios Violin nell and pleadanswer or demur to the Bill system, allaying! the most intense' pa.n in t f bc.J.!!
G. M. DAVIS, Claronels, and Flutes, fine Ra. appear
Tax Collector's
A choice orlrnent ,ol)1 fancy gon!c, (laleatyle ) i zors, Strops, &c. 1 Sale. of Ccmolaint filed in the above entitled cause on or ibly short time rf to or 15 minute. 1t, -: j

;p Tj,.. Full price civ<-n for Ilid'es, Tallow, ix. i ATTORNEY AT LAW, Best quality and general assortment of Perfumery : B y virtue of tie power vested in me by law, I before the first Monday in March next, and the said. prompt, powerful and fEcrtoal, *:ihte' tt.'ti11

:, ; All of which are offered at lowest market prices HAS taken up his abode at Tallahassee, and will &'., &c. TOWLE & MYERS shall: expose for sale, before the Court House at Thomas S. Snell within the period of nine months danger. It penetrates the flesh tothebooe( ,rel

:: ; bj J. M. WILLIAMS.I t'e in the Courts of the Middle Distiict, September 2S, 1S50. 25 Quincy, in the County of Gadsden! on the third I from the date of the publication of this Order, or contracted colds, restores ose to hag i-lcij vlf| I

: October IS, 1S5J. 41 I I and of Franklin and Jackson Counties. ---- Monday? of April next, the following described pro- the said Bill n ill be taken pro c0njeso against been palsied: for years, causing the .hmfed \"'

'. ______ Much 9. I.:.O. 9 Bounty Lands and Pensions. peit>,or so mud thereof as will pay the State and t them: Pro itlJ, That 1 legal publication of this zrow out and rich blood tocirrolatethrcczfi! ibytiO?}'

: Notice.I I /I MIE County Tax du thereon for the year 1551, and the Order be made in some newspaper published in this It restores the Sjnovial Unid cr Joint WaItt r
1 undersigned,huingmade with
M. A. LONG & J. P. arrangements this is the it has been 'a
K. reason why
: JOSEPH E. CARO. Kwir of tbe SpanMi AT- J. a competent and experienced Agent in the Cityof necessary espeises incident thereto, to wit : Circuit. 10th October 1: H unura' "*

chives Office of Pensacula duly quiM and I: HAVING associated themselves for the purpose of: Washington, and being now provided with the The \vhoU rt"w hat is called Forbes Purchase," J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge, .c.A ces-fulin ic curin all diseaaescf the Joitt. j It'; ."
affecrioLt the
.), coJ1miioSioned m and for the State t-f Florida Ecam- ; ; Law, will give prompt attention to approved and requ-ile forms, will attend to the collection I)ina in Gadsifcn County,or so much thereof' as w ill true copy-Attest, this or Spine,Liver, Lungs aejjjjjjiil3

la County by his Excellcocthe. Governor of the any bu.inewntrurted to their care. cf Claim by po.ier of attorney for County pay theTa aforesaid, bounded on the East t b> the R C. LESTER, Clerk. treat Arabian remedy stands nnparaHelltrf_ i''
State and County aforesaid : July' 2fi. 1851. 29 tf Lands Pensions. and Claims for Losses and Services Ocklockee liverand on I the West by the Apabch- October, JSSI. 41 4mm5m! Ague or Enlargement of I He Spleen i it It a *
cific and for Rhturaari-m it has .
it kola flinr HUGH O. McLEAN -- -- ; performed !!
all whom hall
i' This i II to certify to may or concern npnn the United States Government. kaff'
l that the Mortgage Peed bearing date the ninth Law Firm. I Ii Officers and soldiers of the war of 1512, or of any Tax Collector for GadsJen County. In Chancery. the most extraordinary cures\on record; jvw ** .

49 t ?; 'f' day of September in the year of our Lord one thou- i BEARD A BREVARD practice in en-partner : of the Indian wars since 17UO, are entitled to IJour.- Octoher.I,1S'1 > 40 Cm GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. Cramps Burns, White Swelling Swellinc'Pains., Tnrnors Vi.unds< CL"'v ",
t ana; eight hundred and twenty, from Octavius Mitcli11 ,! Lands under the late Stc. 'h
f all the Courts of the iliddle Circuit of ty Act ol Congress. For services Tax Collector's I Frances A. Russell, 1r equally efficacious in disease, of Ammalj 9
to John ForlK-f, an undivided half of the Florida. Office in rendered moderate "wj
upon a compensation will be
Fistula! Poll Evil
Bill ( Divorce. Sweeney
Tallahassee.JOHN > or .SiitfCt.mpUin r1'per.
I -
: land* belonging to tile Analachicola Land Company BEARD.T. charged upon delivery of the warrant or t the amount By \'irl. of the power vested in me by law, I William Russell. } Farcy,Sprains' Bruises. Wounds: M tot
irk the Conntic of Franklin, Gad.-den Leon and Wakulhv i W. BREVARD.Februarv1.l5l. collected D. P. HOT.UK. expose for sale, before the Court Ho'Jse at appearing to the satisfaction/ of the Court in., Windgail'. Splint ; and for nsf
by nearly aij "fiiJi!
has been this clay cancelled the G. W. Quinr in the County of Gadsden IT
according to : 4 tf HUTCHINS. ) on the third affidavit in this cause filed, that William Russell either in man' bea
established forms of the Spanish) laws by John Innernrity March 29, 1S51. 12 tf Monday of April next, the following described "twlH"hreqoir"alf1ttnal.j t! ;
this Liniment
property the Defendant in this resides plication, rlaads
cause at the
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adiuiiu'rtrat of the paid John Forties, on the SMITH &, O'BRIEN, or so much therecf as will pay the State and this medicines. htadGf&J
of Court and
I. jurisdiction out ol the State of
f f third judicial protocol now on file in my office, at the Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Sight ExchangeO County Tax due thereon for the year 1S31, and the Florida :

margin of NJd luortgaee( and in my prex-nce : he N NEW yom SAVANNAH, and MACONfur necessary expenses incident thereto, to wit : It it Ordered, That the said Defendant do ticer Complaint Eryiptlat.rJ1Nnnal, ','
having acknowledged to Lave received full satisfactionof ALLIGATOR, E. FLA.L sail Two hundred and forty acres cf land, in Gad-nien appear (:!.
sale, in sums to byTHOMAS pleal, answer, or demur to the said Bill of Complaint RAVWICK, MARIOS Co. Kr.
.I the same and that the effect of i-aid cancellation i- } WHIT SMITH. I M O'Bnirx, I J. PERKINS, County, purporting to belong to Robert Jimerson 0so r within three month, or said Bill will be ta. Jf t7. !St .

to release and relinquish from this date tie said lands j I Odii> Alligator.. | Office) at Newnanvflle.Rcf I October 12, 1
from the lien of the said mort ajre; all of which \,:1.0d'al to Col. S. S. Sir.LEY. Savannali : Judge THOMAS i ing on Flat Creek. HUGH O. McLEAN, the next Term of the Circuit Court for Gad*
\ feigned, sealed.and admoil le ed in the Paid mort- nnrG1.Jack"'oU"i11 ; Col. J. PAINE Ocala.OctoUr4. INSURANCE COMPANY, Tax Collector for Gadsden County.October County in March next ; and that this Order b; pllb rnong the people. It has cured a bi CI5efPELAS. [IU.
gag'e'e margin. lf.>re me and Walker Andcrnm. witnesses 11, ISM. 41 fan .and another cf a BAD P.UI j.s THE
lished in kRZj
I5I.SAMUEL :::9 HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT."DUILDINGS some newspaper printed in this State oncea .
,. A who was confined t to Err .
< present at the execution of the tame, by the lady bH t ,
week for three months and
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1'KEMIUM Complainant take
: Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-houe GINS. raor.ths with LIVER COMPLAI.XT
paid John Innerarit the and
administrator of John I \ntCTIJ
HOYT & CO., JL) insured testimony in (the cause. 13th October, 1S5I. ,
against ics by fire. :; T. T.\\1.OR A THE HEART \\aaenifrelycureii bt',,
Forbes, deceased. E ; CO.: Proprietors oft:he Co. J. WA YLES t Qi lh'll
0 In testimony wlwrw f I hare hereunto Fet my GENERAL COMMISSION! MERCHANTS, LEWIS & AMES: lutnbus Cotton Gin Manufactory, hae the sat- A true BAKER Judge. Arabian Liniment. She satd the rf ., r> fClI.Jt j

I hand and affixed: the seal of rny office at IX TilE BITING AND SFtLING OP January 25,1 1 S50 3 Agents, Tallahassee. i it iaction to announce to their patrons and the Plan R. C. LESTER copy-Attest, Clerk.WILLIAM. her no ;ood. It has been applied to it fr"h PK. r.d :
--- .,
I fu ,] Ptnsacola on the 27th; day of Aucuet, A. Every Description of Agricultural Implements JOHN- -- t ers generally, throughout the Cotton growing re- MITCHELL, cured in a short time. I have tJ. atitj w; I

D. Ii.t. ASM MACHINERY.A }. PRATORIUS, gion. that they aie prepared: to supply any numberof Solicitor for Complainant. RHECMATISM for a Iocs time, and ;ust fceiore B"f|

JOSE E. CARO, [OF THE LATE FIRM OK HULL & rKATORU'f,] their celebrated PRLMICM Gixs. October I S.I 5.: I. 41 3m spell it pained me so much that I h:a no pt3cu!
Keeper Spacisli Arcluves 02cc Ptn... ,A Georda and French Burr Mil!1 Stones; Eu- I Where these Gins hare been (n'e Ui1PC, it would day; and in the night 1 commenced barhm w'

S .X gtipu<. Cula! rcn. Culhn noel I Bolting Cl..tlu.1. *.- ;j inform halt fru-nJs and the public: be deemed unnecessary. for Manufacturers to say Middle Circuit of Florida.IN bins with your Linimeataaidbefrrel I ''u:.fon,rtb.

Thi is to certify that the decree rendered against Al.,. every kind of Produce North) and South and j1"tJTOC'LD' has taken there lately occupied I a word in their favor, as they feel confident the rna"chines LEON bir.g,the pain ce ed. JOHNBCLLL'.
L TAMI paid for Wool ILdes Deer : "" anti adjoining the store lately have CIRCUIT COURT. .
and been -
? the Trustees of tlierahcLiCJb Land infavor Skins Shipping brought to such perfection, that .
CoffijianT occupied by Bull it Pratorius,where he will I John G. 1
Fur be plea-fd 1 r their Gunn
superior performance will Di
recommend them Complaint,
of John' Innerarity. administrator of John Stiff fitreeney /lemptrt Cnu .
t SAMUEL HOYT. HAMPTON to attend to the calls and wants to those who may be(1i1psetl in rlftUchmcnt[ for ?:370 IS. 12\4
L. preferei.ce toaIlotf.erGin
I Forbes deceased, on a petition for the foreclosure (If BILEO.I <> now in u*p. For the Sore Eyes C'vred. '
in his I
to jKitronizthim line of bu.-im's. satisfaction ol thoe who Francis )L Lawrence. )
the raorteaare from Octavhif Mitcl.t-.il to Jol Forbes, have not used the Gins, JL Mitchell, Puitda( ter at Fiat
n ,
lIe has receive) the late arrival Fnltca Co.
by r/ ; end Ikifrtidant and all other
<111 lands belouzing to the said Company, lias been TTEnENcr;: *, a
2 fully tatitfied by the paymtut to me a" attorney fur > rs. Axr>Er.fON t t t Co, Savannali) Ga. vd/-M1 tf'(111l1'1'1.1/ Civil**, C'a *!aifrr", }'eting", ; need only say, t that the FIR-T Premiums hereby notified of the institution (It thL suit; j says Mr II.G. FARRELL : Your Arabian Lnic.M;
Fancy C-'fW* ; alto a tjitrral afirtuirtt have bren awarded by of .Attachment and furthermore ,
u nf to them for the process are
raid Innerarity ('f the amount of said decree.:and FRAVKUX d7 BRANTLET, BEST GIN ex- required highly praised here. We cured one ot maeizt.
that eatifacti WB* entered ly me ujvm doe execu- UVr2TEB.. A PALxirs, V.:EA D Y-MA J)E CL01'J/IXG, hibited the great State Fair held at A tonta, Geor- to appear and plead to the declaration tiled I horses e t the Suff Complaint' bv abf tcnr

ti ro i.ued upon eaid decree : and I farther certify SWIJT. DE>;LOW i Co. All of which, I flatter 1I ''c1r. are equal in style and Ida; also, at the Alabama and Gelr Agricultural therein within the time prforibed bv law. ap1.lacatiunsand I cured cnenf my tlWlfr lhentt.nev. er ima.

WM. P. quality, and joIe an (:'( '. a- other tbat'will be i and Mechanic's Fair, held al' Columbus and! the C. H. A- J. IL'DUPONT,
that, np-ra the transfer by rr.e to the said John Inneraritr MILLER t t Co, New York. ; any ; at Our Sheriff, Joseph D lit!, cored Ems ker-,
adminictrator, of the amount *o received by me, RrcGLEs NoniN. Lvsox J G.. Boston. found in this market lIe will give particular att&n-I I j annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute at Attornevs for Plaintiff a bad Cork with it ; be also! tried it < n a celt: t t'j tj

lie caucfrlled in due form of law. and in my presence,, F B. Looms .., New London Ct. tion to Us btmiiae.wail JoItCt be will merit a liberal Charleston. The Cotton ginned on tkete Gins receivcj October. 15, [18. ] 1851. 4i 2m had the Disteccper very bad and cur.d j.1C1ct1fiat_

the original roortra, as stated in the ft-fegoing certificate II. S. McCosu E*}, \Vihnington, Dt-L patronage from the pubbc the first Premium at the exhibition held in ---- --- -- ---- ---- diately. He sa>: it is decidedly theEed'uine rt3tt1lttJf

of Jose E. CS.M, Eq. September, Ib51. C5 tf November 23:, lt>5
Witness, my LanJ, thi SOth day of 151. ----- Cotton from them have been exhibited. B. Tavlor, ) Attachment.. cured of Sore E>es with it. I find it a very fa !
Au- The t
NASHI. have
Pure of Proprietors in their f
'O WALKER AXDERSOX : CO., Sulphate Quinine. possession numer- M. J- Sum sworn to *144.50. medicise both lor can arc" beast.

; October 11.1S51. .40 St Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., THE subscribers have hand two hundred and N.i rni certificates ion Merchants from Planters, Cotton Brokers, Coin- James T. DaSin. ) Assumpit *3VOlO.>
: ccAdverticr; .pJachiCI ccpy.j "\T7"OULD inform their friend and the public that )' ounce of Sul|>hateof Quinine, which tr.oj Good! testifving: that the Manufacturers of Cotton THE defendant antI all other interested are here Beware of Connltrftili. guard aEaisstiiyts.sitipn .

j, \ \ they have on baud a good sortim-ut of such have obtained direct! Irom the manufacturers, and and the sample performance of the Gins notified of the institution of the above suit, Reed thefolhwiiig Car..full,.

Drugs, Chemicals, &c.QULPIIATE articles a. are generally kept in their: line of bu,ines, I t the' will warrant i it to be a superior article. by an. Gins produced ever manufactured.All by them, cannot. be excelled and are required to appear and plead to the declara THE Public are purticnhily nviimti loint

QULN15E warnmted raid will be : We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines order tion filed therein within the time prescribed bv law. Base Counterfeit which has !lapels made: irsaprtar-
pure and full rt eiviruj rcirularlv. frt>h tuiiplics, Their I for Gin!, given either to travelline
.-' terms lla1J -lt' re.1..naJe.- !- bv recent.anivals.and! are prepared to execute. or local Agents, forwarded our ARCHER i CORLEY, for PhT- ance and i i-called by the Imprster who ma Vwr *W.

1 OJ WC1ft, Black rerrr.b I TalLJia..*-. October 11,1851. 40 orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail: -man", win.. or receive. to the Proprietors bv- October 19. 1551. 41-Srn B. Farrell'raJian] Lir.imei.t. Tri i ada'!frc u

PcriSe Chimidinp aaErtlcle _. ---- on the most accommodating terms. aiwajs prcmpt attention. Gins fraud and inure liable lo deceive (r'na h; ear;: i.a!
; from -- will be
prepared the --- sent to of the
i We have also few due any part countrv. and warranted In name of Farrell. Therefore be ut"
Peruvian Bark Hats Boots Shoes a account yet to us for the Chancery. rurin.3r to
Quinine, at to give satisfaction.JOS. .
t ; about one third OMJc.oCrcia 1 I year I 1S49. They are generally in small amounts,. I IX LEON CIRCUIT COL'RT. call for it ly the name Farrtlft/ LrimeBr,' nr
: ALSO tle p F IASHIONABLE) Molehill Hats, but if \\"hnlecould be paid shortly it wculd gofartottardsliquidatingceitain DUTTON, Agent unprincipled dealers will iir'e| ifc;" SH RIOT'S
a general .of Chemicals of Use bestquality. do. Cloth Caps, f stui't. which se ofle. Columbus, Ga., February 6,1551.I 5 ly William W. Checver, Ccrnplainant, Mixture uponou for the genome bat aiveytulifor
Boys do. (In.J r* II. G. EABREI. '
LEWIS & AMES. ARABIA. Li.ntniLXt, eti
)' Valuable Plantation for Sale. Ellen A. Erockenbrou, widow and administratrix :
1. Glaze'ldo.J take other the
June, 1S-V M no as genuine a/zrat b !tli ittte"
> *
Fine Cologne, LubinV };xlc' and an a" f Toilet Article !, THE wl.m-on the late J<*hua II. II. G. before Fzrreil's -igcainie i a.. *!-' 'i-n ',*
I t> Famy low Hrockenbn-ush Arthur
nr prices. Pearl Fur Mexican Hats! S. Brockenbronah Thos. -
A Card. f.rmrrhrc..iJe.d in Leon outside anl lhpseword b 'I\t
County, near wrapper uwnin J"
Davi lan Killer, HarjwRv,';Heady Relief.: Men Calf! Skin Boots and Shoes, I Lake Erif. containing 4 Sit acre*, of wl.idl some 2'K' W. Brockeiibroush, Georse L. Erockenbronsh,,'j bottle! : "H. G. F.PJULL'SR.'U.L: illt.
Od CLolagogue.IloMj'i exerci-es of Mi Ladies'! and Gentlemen's India Rubber Shoes, TIlE 'j ore cleared, and raider cultivation. On the Mary Hawkins, 't.itoO MENT, PEORIA."
celebrated and other Family MeJAc Do. .' on Monday, September I, lfc.jlat', premt-e wife"Thomas W. Brockeubrou/h :and JohnY..
lltert Walking Shoes and Slippers, i is a comfortable, frame Dwelling House with the VBrockeabreugh -GETSITED in (nrt T.n.Vllate *ri
: i the School I louse attached St. ne- infant "
n"" to Jolji's Cliurtli.August3 children of John W. Brock-
'i < CJotli Tipt Gaiter, ce*-ary Hut hioucs tc. This Plantation Iambi in the United States iu which n.w-: u> nittsTablished. -

f i Medicines, ic.just received by 1h). CvIt'I'cd.nd Toilet S'ippcrs.G. 1851. S3: tf many advantagwas it adjoin the pinej rood j.sesses*,where enlrouchdeceased V. Maxwell Lucy B. Maxwell Elizabeth Apply by letter to 11. G. Farv-: f MM: ,
Simeon Maxwell
LEWIS A- AMES.Javne'u Cham-
': & J. MEGINNISS. the range i ivcrgood for cattle and hog*. The New- Margaret (III., with good references *s to ChsMiter: Kept3si-
October Sims and
11, 1M1. 40 If October Furniture. plin widow administratrix: of William
'I 23,1651. 42 4t t IN.rt andr'; ; Plank Road will pass within 4f(v to W. Sims biliry..c.
I deceased
Martha Jason
New Goods.UST "TTE\ have H-eivcd by the Brig J. G. Anderson," I I t';(\0 yanL of the dwelling, and I think will go on the ish Carter., Defendants.O Sims and Far- Call on Ihe2'nt 110 will furnish Frtf >fC& .
Crockery, &c. ainl, will upon in a few iluy*. a splendid tlck j l ine. om through the whole length of the Plantation virtue { Order Jfthe a Book containing/ much valuable infamatM 1;
( Jude nf
; an the Circnit
( received for the Ladies, of New York City made FURNITURE nUll"II-n this Road i ij every class cf citizens.
TTfE have received a good ax>rtmcnt of Consisting completed, which i. under contract 13 Court cf the Middle Circuit Florida
I) and Plai J' Lu and De Lame \ i in of grantd PKICE-23 cfs. 50 cfs. and one dollar fc Jli 5'2, no in this cause on the 16th September instant fft
Jlai] and Watered nrucdc Bare Round llat Mahogany: Wardrobes Plantation on the whole line of the we THE OXLY GE.CIXE is mannftrinnd ' Iofin. cl and square Bar Iron. I Road will gurjuu will offer for sale before the Court House door in
Barege De Laull !a'd Printed Ti--ues, Nail, Rod, Bond, l1c.,p. and H. S. Iron Marble tup Bureaus, i it fur convenience, Ac. It H noetTered for sale at a he City of Tallahassee, on the First in Farrell, sole inventor and proprietor, IINjI ">le 1e:
; i Monday
l'igured, Plain and Striped Silks, Do. Wah Stands bargain. IVr-on de.irotis Dru DrC Cast German and American Blister Steel, of purcJlL"u"l1J plea.- December next, at public auction, the fallow dewribed .
do. Black ,. log sale hole-.ale: : and Rerail: at r'i < b
do. 1h Tables Propn. t ?
1< do. Blacksmiths' Anvils, Ik-Hows, Vices,tt Hammers I. cCentre on Joseph Cliaire, E.-O.! who will chow them the LANDS to wit:
Black and Watered Silk St-pf ember C, 15' ;1. LEWIS! k :.?.f}:',
Mantillas and SHe Tabe} I land. For
Collins it
l'an Club, Broad and Hand Axes, tenns apply to me at roy residence, Five thousand eight hundred and forty acres of
C.tJ and Beaver Gto\fI Nails of all sizes, vith a general assortment of Spring Seat Ottoman*, Furt Strartbury, Fb. Land in Gadsden County carved out rf Forbes -

Embroidered H. S. and ; L C. Hdkc'fr. Jutltry. Do. Divans., BENJAMIN BYRD. l'urchaseat tear and around Estefinalgi Elaff, being I CITY COTTON WZTGHIB.HAVD .

.;. Ule Thread and lU.l Ridings and Insertings, -ALSO- Do. Sofas January IS, 1 F;1. 2 tf s is hundred and forty acres of James Inneraritj's

: French work'd] Cap.CJars.: Cuff A Cbemizetts, 300( pnir Men-' l Ruhct Brogan*, 1 0. T>te a T..t(", Reserve of five thousand acre, lv ing next to Robfna I 'G been app'.inttDe rf thu< rtca

Black and ( : Jiliawls, 1ldo.l Buy*' do. 41(1.I Do. Pnxrking Chair, Notice. Ho1lin el's three hundred and twenty acre tract at ;Ler.-,. I notify the I'! llt'N ami ill-rt'fcscrs

AMu'te Crape Shawls, 2(uO do. Mundir>. f'.tm:w" toJI

j White and Colored Silk t1ct 250( do. do. do. .1o. da kip da French Bedstead.Common do. -I- pjective oCicM will be pea for the transaction nerarit>'s>deed to Joseph M Whiteand I the reu.ain- 'the Georgia Planter that I will attend C'In-tllltya1!
f fitraw and J. tl.r do. Bureau teu, Ac i five 'the in Tallahassee to receive ftrwltially.J
50 Ladies' thousand
Leather Pegged Boot, ffSrial bu-iiM', from 9 to 2 o'clock, eversthaw Sun- ing two hundred acres adjacent ;i' Depot
JJkck Silk Lace for Mantillas GentV; Calf Kid aid Goat l iWs, Which ".il1lR sold low. dayV excvptf i I t hereto, as described in the deeds of the Apalachi-1'I i 'COTTON and TOBACCO intrusted to n.y care. Mj

J'ink, Blj and \Vii! .Bonnet Muslin, Bovs, Youths and Mi.-c- Shoes Br.RRY & ROWLES. TIle Heredity and'proprkty of regular and : cola Land Company Joseph M. White. t Scales! brought fn-m New Yf.rk, will be ,i'Ured Mil

t I. Black] and White Silk Ilf-**, CAlfl do. -AI 'O- October 15. 1851. 41 h hour of business in j>ubicfncci! are recognized ppecifieil by Also, eighteen hundred acres of Land WakuIIa certified by the Inspector d f Scales and \V t!rEs of
A Colored Guterr, Kid SlijHieg A Bf f t hl County, to wit Lots number I the Custom llense there. station r.t ti \ '&
lthk 100 bumhos Cotton Ynrn, No?. 5 to 12. l law and usage and are too ib\ious to require t-iplaii : nineteen, twenty,. : My "
f a great variety of other, articles, too nut.r. All of which will lie wild n" low a* Italy in the mar Chairs, &c. ation. l wenty-fcur, twenty-five, in the Wakulla survey i I will posseone great advantazt over any #/tf.rirthe JI,>r'

k HEIR A RUST. we will allow the highest market \ p. will open in a ftw djy at our FuraitureVar.- JOHN BEARD, CwptrJ/er. s urvey, and six hundred! acres in the Wakulla survey -I cent on every lag of Cotton ; the Yurd tro. beu

owtsi&i. 42 tf October 25. Ii6I. 42 HEIR pnre.4 t RUST. Room, cMne of tlw) njw-t fplt-ndid! CHAIRS ever offered W. IL UA YW ARD. Trtanmr. adjoining lot number nint'teen-this last COO \strongly fenced and in good repair tie c.ttn'11

-- - ----- fi-r sale in Tallahiatsee. We name D. S. W.A LKJP.. Key. Public Isind*. acres less by SCO' acre released by White to Berrien. i I be mere secure from injury ar.d can at" le f
Boots and--Shocs. Groceries.J Mali'aganv: Hair-M-at Chairs R S. HAYWARD, C'Url- Sup. Court. The terms of sale will he as follow: One-third .1,1ed with leil" delay. I hope the Pkntirsandlltr-!
fine Do. cash, one-third at twelve months and one-third at chants will give me their patrcnnje. a* I ama cfter'
a assortment of Cane-scat do. February 1 1851.
4 tf
JUST rpei\"l and Colored' received per Wm. IL Pcttes, from New Or- Hn-h-wat do. -- t woyears-the credit instalments to draw ei-jht percent mined to deserve it bv strict attention(. to mv brinl'i.
LaMing -- ------
L.lt. Blck Goitm, lean I
interest per annum from the day of sale, and I CHARLES L DE3IILLY.
"1 Jo o. and IJrUc do. 10 Cads Middling! and SlioulJiT Jenny Liud' Chair, new tulc, Just Received from New Orleans. I
Enamelled t he titles lo be conveyed upon payment of the I l.st Cotton and TibaccoTallahaee. Wt-'i
D. Bukil" L Cas-k Canva:ed Hams, Astor da tA BARRELS Superfine Hour, i raIment and in default nf
; of
payment rflaid tlJ
9 1S51. Zl
Kid any Acgnst ,
Walking Shot*, Slippers and Buskins Maple! lo. X/ Hluk
f HlJI!. Ixaf l.mJ. .J 2 Choice Sugar > instalments, the premises shall be re-snfd -_
at --- .
------ -- --
I Da C. l Bukiuft and liootees. 10 Keg do., do. Oak lo. 8000 Lb;. Bacon Sides, and Shoulders, the risk of ihe purchaser, after thirty daIs noticeof ;
Tallahassee Warehowe.
ALSO Walnut Cotton
60 Bbls. Flour, Cottage Chairs 1500 fc Sugar Cured llamas such re-sale.

Jlisscs Colored La-ting Gaiters 20 do. \\11-k..y, Rocking Chair c.f all kinlC.irl'n' *. 10 BIJI Iri h Potatoes, BENJ. F. WHITNER un.Ier'-ii-ed 5 is now prepared tf recerre tl

t Do. Kid Walking Shoes and, Bucking 2! do. Lard Oat, High and Low' Chain", 5 Onions OSCAR A. MYERS THE ) \GF. the Ctti nf tl, Pl
Do. da and Morocco. Ifcwtec'S, 2 Bak Rice, Otrice and Dining Arm lo.Wofxl 10 Sack It se. Masters in Chancery. ng to this market The building i L nr'-prccf vu

And a fine assortment of Children Leather, Morocco 5 Boxes Star Csindlc scat and Cane oat do.! 5 BbL; Leaf Lard. For sale by September 20, 1551. 37 Is immediately opposite the Uuifii Bank, near !tie )

; and Patent Leather Showj. U.o, to Bushels! Seed Hp.. Fir sale by Foot-stools and Reading Chairs, GEO. II. BEST WICK. ket House. There i L* now, abo. in ct nr.ecGtn \

'1 -ALSO- AROWLES., Auctioneers, Ac. Bmdca other 'ranc clO. October 1851. SO In Chancery. he above, in course of erection .rom-proiif Sidi fJ..t

Gcr.t* fine Calf Boo**, October 25, 1651. 42 BERRY i ROWLFS.Odfalior -- --- -. -- ----- MIDDLE the: storage of C ,tton. all under the "inimttSate'

)< J mitaH.J Stitched Boot, IP, 1 S:1. 41 Just Received from New York. CIRCUIT-LEON COUNTY.AT trol of the nbcrilier, who will receipt rVr uch C*

Da Pegged and WattT-proof Boots, Blankets, Kerseys, &c. ---Noticed- -- KIP Brogans, Pegged and Sewed Boot*, Toadies CHAUCER Tallahassee, S IIt. SO, A. D. 1S51. ton: a* may be sent to turn anti hold lIim"} ft9*
Do. Calf Shoe and
liootwH, SUPERIOR lot of Blanket Tie. Buskin.- Slippers, Ladies Patent Lea.and 3 ames Nelson } sue fur thf tklieery of the Cotton in the Mtau v 1.'t

Da Kip Bregans and PusMrtU.ALSO A and Linsf-vR., Ju-t received. Kern-yc,, Plains 'T'HE JL undersigned having mace some new arrange Enameled! Jenny Lind,Boys Kip Brogan, Men's v*. V Bill fi,r Divorce. ;in iriiitJt it tit Trfr'tL

October 2:, l5l. 42 J. SL ment in his business requests all persons indebtrd Calf Shoe, Women's Gt. Foots Kid do. Ac. Harriet J. XeJ (. ) The pubscribr i* also prepared, a* J'idJ, r'1vfC

YoutUt fine Pegged Boots WILLIAMS. to call and stttlfup. In future 1e will keepno ALSO, TT appearing to the FatUfaction of the Court by nfl n-tl ". to weigh with correctness said Ji!eorat..h .a:
TJ'lla1 i welt do. do book, but &l'lIl1is Roods exclu iter\ for cash or A 1. davit made in this that the Hani [rd.
Plantation Goods. good assortment of Domestic and Foreign Dry ca.- defendantII. J. Cott'ns dulivtrtd within the torpcratf f
t Do of almost every description. produce, and by to doing he will be :able to sell at L (food Clothing, Hats mind Cap Saddlery, Hard! Nelson,re.-ide beyond the mints of this State,so tliatthe lahawe. and may at all' times be f-ninJ at h CJlJ
For lo' (and DO YY Kmcyo, Plaid '(\ I the I lowes-l 1 living pricec, which he to do, !
) by IlEA premises
lal Hollow ordinary be acctInIno1t5
mi.tak wnr( ware, Cutlery, Fancy GooJ.tc. For process Supona cannot servedupon Cotton Yard, ready. and willing toCHARLES
151. C. C. BYRD. Biiiket! Cottons, Osnabufg and fjucs.5Iis! old customers I and others wi-diirp,i to Falc by her : A. SJ.5H.
Wool Hate, Ku.eU Brojjan ali-o. 'I buy low, to'e him a calL lie has hand good
; a
-- --- GEO. IL BESTWICK. It iJ therefore OrJereil That said Defendant Tallahassee, August 23, IS1. 33 f m
Kentucky, Gunny and Sea It-huxl Bargin. soiirricnt of Shoes, Hat, Czl' Mankcts: Cotton appear -
House the
Dwelling for Sale.OX I OctJcr,4 1851. :SO t tf and answer Bill! of Complainant filed in this cuiu-e
For pale by G. & J. MEGINN1.SS. and Woollen Goods, 4cc., /vc., fur !:amil\ arid plantation
before the first in
on or Monday Hats.
the fire Monday December December I February next, or
e i n.> Ijcing O.'tob-r 2:, 1851. 42 4t ( Uses.Janjary4.
1651: sold eat h to the Groceries. said Bill will be taken for confessed against her: fa.-Iiionebe. fo
ht \1 b > --- ---- -- -'- -- ---- -- -------' <651. 52 AMOS RICHARDSON. General assortment of Gent ;
l highest the Capitol in the city elf Tad. Flour, Salt, Hams &c. --- ---- -- JUST received, per Pocahontas and John Stroud 1'rovlded, however, Notice of this order be pubh I- A skin and Bearer Drab and Black R U."'Ja
t Jaha-**, Lot 61, b!, 83bl, nUl 85 in the North .Addition SACKS Co-Partnership. New York, ed in some newspaper in Tallaliassee for three months Black anti Colored porting Hats for men be!'Id
Liverpool Salt, before said 1st of Jebruarv
of eaid city. Upon this is situate 150 :0 Boxes Tobacco next. recceiVtd. And fursale
J.rJIrty : I youths.j just by
15U Sacks Allum undersigned have this day formed a Copart J. WAYLES '
the commodious dWtlmgJ10UM&e at occu. THE 25 Na 1 BAKER,Judge, :.. HEIR & Rr a.
prei-ent Soap,
60; Table! a under firm of G: & J: Meirinnis A true Attest
pie by the Hon. Wayles It i in, in ever' *. 5; Ebls N. E. Rum copy- October, 1S1. :9 tf
: II O. A. 3lnas Clerk. -
of the desirable
respect, one retidcncr in the 6 "
mOt 6sOi) ) Ibs. Bacon Side500 July 1, JS51. JOS. R MEGINNSS. Monongahcla 'J"k'j,
-?, Octobcr-1,1851.
I would do SO 3m
city. Pcrwjn wishing to L, well 6 American Saddlery &c.
t ,
,, .
c I Sugar Cured Hams ---
nd examine it before the day of sale.
Octiber18l8:1. 41 7t 10 Kognl Lard, Bagging, &c. 4 JL" 1'robiiLid Cigars, Notice. I lTST received! a fine lot of mea. boys and IatE"II rsf

1 I 70 Bbls. Extra find Superfine Flour. PIECES Kentucky Bagging 4 JLtnoleta 1 A LL persons indebted to the estate of James L. Saddles, Bridles Martingales, Stiru" Spurs

a iiics&c.; Just received, and for Nile by S. S. KNIGHT. 25 50 coil ROJK-, 10 10 Sacks P. Rio R. Coffee do. x\. R<*,, late of Hamilton County (deceased are required Skins, Lining Skin, KiJ Skins, Patent Ltathtr, PI'..

I October 18, 185!. 41 tf 20 bale Cloth to make and all tent Fiu-tian, with a good assortment of WLF'
AJf a** rmet of Silk and Straw Bet,, Artifi Gunny i Pipe French Brandy payment, person haTIng demands
: nO'\ Wreaths, Rouchce, of tLe ---- Wluth will be fcold at low iiruvft. Mustard agiiinst said estate are required to pre-ent For sale low hv- ST.
Powder Shot
c1 T Southern Mutual Life Insurance Nutmegs, Saleratus inc. HEIR A Rt'
t latest ttyles at extremely low price& Company; JAMES B. GAMBLE. gar, Loaf and Granulated Sugars Pickled Salmon, them duly authenticated within the time prescrild: tf
of Louisiana. October
I ForMleby G. A J. MEGINNISS.October September fi, 1R51._ ___ :25_ tf Mackerel by law, or they will barred. 4,1851. 59 _
I TTAVINO 1 lwn appoint(.Agt-nt for thcal ove Con __ Table Salt Lead, :. For sale by
: 25, Ifc51. 42 4t J.1 The and GEO. 11. BESTWICK. ELIZABETH ROSS ..Adm'x.October
jKuiy.and dcbining it unnwcawiry to discus the Forwarding Commissson BusinessAT 4, 1851. 39 tf Flour, &c.

:; 1 Notice. imjKjrtance and advantage <>{ the mutual insurance' ST. MARKS FLORIDA, October 4,1861. S9 I fA BARRELS best family Flour

; I principle would respectfully tolicit the consideration N t the Wai c-Houses heretofore occupied by l\ffs rs. Hats Notice. JLVJU'' :.3 casts Rico,
of the citizen of TalLdiaw and I: Caps, Bonnets, &c.
c SIX months after date. I rhall apply to tJP Jud.e vicinity. Any information Bnoviv&PEusswill be conducted by 'the un SO barrels Potatoes,
Probate for Washington County)., for relative to it,can be obtained by calling on the 4ersienedho will endeavor to give as eht"ralloat.: 17 I1 ASH ION ABLE MOLESKIN HATS ALL persons, creditors, legatee, entitled to distri- 6 firkins beet Goshen Butter.

.tt: i tem t and dLtcharge from tle estate of Joseph H. 8ubi' S. 6. KNIGHT. i-faclion as did their active and industrious predeces- Black Soft Beaver do. or otlierwisc interested in the estate of Landing from Brig U ranut'. antI for sale bc
,it November 30 18r.O.! 47 Pearl do. do. do. Paul Ulmcr late of Jefferson on
.r ; t Lockey, deceased. tf ion BEARD & DENHAM. Countv, }Florida deceased IcS \UGIIT & or.)10 v.
< July 5, 1551. 20 If Califomia Hats of all colors are hereby notified t) exhibit their claims and 11
Adm'x March 22 t 1851.:
: ,1'I Wab gton Co. :166m THE TRUE MEDICINAL Black and White Negro Hats demands within two years from this date to the undersigned Newport__________-_ --- ---_
NEW GOODS. Hoys' Fur and California do. or tho same will be barred and all :
; MarkS.
COD persons
OIL Do. Cloth and Glazed indebted Rates of Storage at
to the raid
Boots. Cap, deceased
are I to
DOZEN Pair of Brooks Patent Shank Boots. USEFUL in the cure of Scrofula, Consumption, JUST recived a fine assortment of ladicn DRESS :M'uiI'o.. do. do. do. make immediate payment. requested rlovroN.perhale. .... ........ ;t:
p such Ciis-hmcres M.
as D'Lnnes ..
1 .ApriU, 1851. 13 JAB GAMBLE. Asthma BronchitisCoughs, and flemagen Ladies' Satin Velvet Bonnets, JOHN ULMER. Qualified Executor. V> MERCHANDIZE barrel bulk,... ;
D'Lanes Fiiniml Clian i .
Berage able
and all disease of I the Chest and Lungs. A supply ? D>. do. Pearl do. Jefferson County October 11, 18:1. 40 3m CORN and other Grain per IJ1l&leJ.u....'. :
PLain and Watered Black Silks and l ie'
patents Plain
-- of this valuable medicine ii just received, which !. Do. China do. do. _. .. .
.t r : Plows. Watered Black Silk Vtw.ts.AW. SALT, per sack.. .. u.--;: ."
warranted pure, and of very superiorquality. Do. Albiun do. Notice. BEARD d Dr.u

( CAST Sweeps in store and for sale at low For sale !by LEWIS & AMES a variety of goods for chililrena' wear. For sale low by C. C. BYRD. St. Marks,.August .2. 1851. 33 sal_
4 : 250 rates. JAS. B. GAMBLE. May 2l651. 2Q Tallahassee, Fla. Which he proposes to sell low. O,tohcr 18, If/51. 4t tf SIX from date, the undersigned adminbtra- ,
5 18M. 13 October. 18, 1851. 41 0. C. BYRD. on the estate of Louisa B. Newton deceased,
April _ Caps.
Barrels. Boots will present his final accounts and vouchers to the sort.
Syrup and Shoes.
4,1 Brandy.r Shoes. Judge of Probate for Leon, County, and auk to be dis TTEIR t RUST have just recei"P :and

I 50 SYRUP BARRELS for NIle by LADIES ana Quits Rubber Ovrohoen,jn.t '{ r. FINE Drew Boots and Shoes. Just received byW.T.3IITCHELL. charged. 11 meat of men, boys and yout,. tLeWGlazed

very Buprior Brandy.' BERRY 1KOWLES.. JAS. B. GAMBLE. I. PATRICK SMITH Adm'r.October Caps which they cficr! low. CallU1dt

I 1 April 5, 1651. 13 J.\S. D. GAilBLE October t 18, 16SI. 41 April !, lEn 13 October 4,1651. S3 tf 11, IS-I. -10 era October.J, 1I. :