The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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October 26, 1850
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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BERRY & ROWLES, 1)C) JTtoribuw & Journal To the Editors of ihe Southern Press : al right of Congress to prohibit such exten t be States-against the States thern*e'ves.' gained by concert of action, they hare lost by .. .

iBttionttrs! and Coflmwion .Merchants and NEW YORK, October 5,13.10, iLimn i ; they "rejoice over the admission of California And here I cannot forbear avowing, that methinks dsscord ; and nothing now remni.iinsbut tq ac i

Cotton Brokers. PUBLISH KD F.VEUY SATURDAY EVEXIXG.T You will prohahh', before you receive this as a free Slate ;" "are prepared to acquiesce it would )better have become a man, q-iiesce in the loa, or untie in the means of re- .

I rnI.NKrULrnrthefavorotthe vi t season, and letter, Lave seco that the conventions of the in the recent action of Congress for who at best only represents the people of the gaining it. It is worth Irying. anti yoi may

,' I.. 'having flatlet ed
fiction$ to their patron, again offer their mice s THRTC OOLL\Rppcr annum, if paiJ in advance.TUKCR at Syracuse, separate cflC in great apparent Texas and Nw Mexico, and the creation of he been placed before them as a candidate are not quite so mad as lo sacrifice the Union .

COTTON BROKERS. Thev will) attend to I he *aleof A.ND A HALF, if paid within months. the other in discord. Territorial Governments for Mexico and Utah, for the high office which he holds only by to a fanatical horde of negro devotees.
and haunony open
COTTON' by Mmnle, get the hizhf price FOUR DOLLAR, if not raid untilthe end ofthe'ear imf these hojies in the confident belief that these ACT* or CONCILIATION chance, would have been stgnillydefe'ite-l- 1 perceive lint my frnierletter to you, list *
ihe market will allow, and make prompt icturns The proc *edin two pn es injj B : .
: of that the name. Alwn* onlhe *i ot. the will be able 31-Thesetetmi will be rigidly adhered to, and ti> represent the people of the State of New will result in the exclusion of it would better have become him to follow the drawn on me the imputation of "pro-slavery >,

take ev rv sdvantaz oC t the fl'ictuation' of the no uapcr will be discontinued until all am>arag' are declaration merit slavery from all the territory ceded by Mexico example of Washington in the Kentucky: cane, mat/," dNunionisI," etc. Szc.. from the mild: S
Yoik the
ti and '
market. Their chaigei will tn- a* follcm* ;pjid. unle i< at the option 41( the publi heis Snl of llio of the South and to the (Tailed Slates." Who doubts'it 1 Who than lo make his first appearance in his new moderate, forbearing discip'es of lh ** higher vc*>
less ft'l' cents hale. ; vcriherf will be received for three months at One the serious attention >o ,
For.. wale of' 25 12 balesor" JO per" Iollar-i.ix: months at Si 1 Ti'J.' Every older for tlif especially that portion of them who profess lo doubts when the lime comes fir the admission character, like a player king with a flourish law." I care not-I have: often in my youth S

4 ., .4 40 4 30 II paper"\it of tin county must be accompanied with depend on the moderation and forliearuncc of i of these hopeful bantlings, if necesstry the of trumpets, armed cap-a-pie: sword in hand faced lea len bullet.andean! withstand paper -

' 0cr40 2.1: the cash, unless t lie order cotne through any of our either in t'-e' North in their future course same Abolition excitement, which it is affirmed and vizor down, followed by a train of tnerc- pellets. I am an old hoot a wise mm. I ..

BERRY & ROWLES, regubt) authorized agents in the State.A in relation pail to that great question which in. has been so successfully: alliyed, now, nary guard Thus formidably equipped he have outlived all ambition but that of being "*'*. ,

New Buildings Main Street. vohesthe the[ and the existence henceforth, and forever, will he revived!, and comes before us, mounted on s'ilts, airlbick. useful to my country, by administering a salutary sIr s/
14, ISS'j. 3'i' Cm nVKUTISEMr.XTSWill rights .
SptPlfl'I4'r 'the "con :dent belief" of the gentlemen completely ed by his trusty squire, who takes no step warning. Were I intl.ienced bjr personal .
ofOn'lotlarperWrre of the Southern Stales. j .
: h ertrd at the rate
MEMPHIS INSTITUTE.M oftwt-lve Mn* Lines fort the first tt and fifty rent" reach You will ;perceive that there was a perfect realized backwards," and manfully threatens to kill views of interest or ambition, I should! not

EDI!C A L 1)Cl' \R P M EXT.rpjIE subsequent i insertion. A reasonable, deduct>n unanimity the members of th* Whi .;, You will thus see, that both sections' of the and eat all disTniouis's, traitors and seceders.He be found like om crying in the wilderness, '

: regular cnure of( Lectures in this Institute will he made on legal' noTicep estate ice -. naily among without Wh'g conven.ion unite in approving the fundamental is the very Quixotic of a strong government where nothing is hard or heeded, but the
i convention i i in approving, exception,
1 1. will commence on the fit,M of November! and notices without alteration, by persons hin;; doctrinesof Abolitionists and endorsing ," and fears neither lions nor windmills.! hotvlings of fanaticism. Such is not the .
until the lut ol February. Tht> Anatomical regular! accounts with the office.! all those measures of the compromise by .
continue their "honest Both Still further than this wholesale course marked the instinct
bribery out of
purposes. are : by by unerring
candiUte! for office, called which hare excited the .
; Depratment will be open and ready to receive All announcements "f viva courtesy it is -
_,invariaMv in advance. No attention equally zealous in excluding the South from all in the shape of donations of tl.e public a huckstering politician, who gravitates towards
:: ttiiJent* bv ttle first of Ocraher The Medical IV- rnt.f. R indignation of the South, and the only real
S parttfleut will be under the director ofthe following will be piid to any ordertor announcementunify* difTtrence aroMJ between: the adherents ol.Mr. participation in piesent or future acquisition of lands, all! either specifically or virtually pledged the rmjoriiy by a law of nature, as universal !

RflFOfl I. arcopanied with the cai. Seward. It territory ; both assert the right Congress toprohibit for the payment of the public debt, is now and inflexible! as that which regulates S:
anJ Mr. not adifI'eretice
: !, Co' QfCfcT CRnaS. Proleiwnr of the Institutes of All reliriou, marriacc, and obituary notices pub. Fillmore was the extension of slavery ; and both the policy of every candidate for the Presidency the great system of the universe. There
j Medicine, and Medical JurnpruJnce.XV. lUhed Kia1iiitou ; but editorial notices for private as lo principle but as to men.- is
are prepared lo sustain the General Government and the only question is, who shall bid nothing in the gift of the President > '-.
I Brno Pownu., MD.., Pi, ie *nr of Physiology, benefit,will be charged advertisements. Both sections ofthe convention recognized and or the people
I Pathology, Mineralogy and Geolojv. sanctioned the course pursued by Congress in in acting on these principles. The only highest, and pay most lo bribe the people with that would tempt me from oblivion ; and .

& S. :;Iwro: %. M I). Profewor of Surgery.H. JOB WORK. denominated "the difference between them i is this : one section their own property. The general fund is to whoever calls me a disunionist lies in his

J. HCLCB M. D., Piofe .sor of Theory and Practice \Vearewet nrep 'red to execute Job Vrkudl! of what all is sectional difll'rence happy," and adjustment the only of the Party representing, it is presumed, nearly be vested for purposes of individual ambition ; throat ; lies from the crown of his bead to ;

of WiLiOc.Medicine.M D., Profemor of f Obstetrics and ss, iank', namnphIet. &c., with neat- which differed virtual tuo-ihtrddof it, is for following uptime blow, and a'l' those who have heretofore paid for th* sole! of his foot. There( i is not a man that SI
J. A. they was
questioned on
DieaIeF of U'o-ner. and ChiUien.J. lieu* and despatch.; All wink of tlii de ciiption, striking the South while it is down, and con- I their lands, are to be cheated of what remains breathes (he air of(his wide world confederation .
who should be their next candidate the
ly r '
KING, M. D., Profes or of JUateria Mcdica andTherapeut except (for person having \earlv accounts tinuing the system aggression without intermission t to buy the votes of those who have no land I -East, West, North or South: -from I.
the office mut be paid for on delivery. Presidency, .Mr- Fillmore or Mr Seward. .
id. or without allowing it tim to take thentuel vi's. Why gentlemen, what would Maine lo L'ahitntuafrom the Shores of the
7. FnrcM(. M. I)., Profewr of Anatomy.J. The section which has assumed lhedii>tincli n
breath, believing it will bear a few more we call H man who, afier having borrowed Atlantic to thos ('Ithe .
pacific who cherishes 5.I
MU.TOV, SANDER, A. M M. D., Pro lessor of ARTHUR'S HOME GAZETTE. of the National big psnly, was willing to I 5.
and Pharmacy.CLIVO.UK cufis and kicks, under the new regimen of pus- money on a pledge of his e .lute, were lo sell a rrjore profound afachm?? to that bond of .
Chemistry commenced the tiblloti .sanction the ''honest purpose" of .Mr. Seward, I .
fir: s'l'urnbers have
T | site obedience and non.resnitauc' the other it, or give it to Tom, Dick and Harry ? union which has made
LECTURER ; away us what and
the we if
of a New Weekly Paper (for Farr.iliesi, but declined to his acts, at least all in I are,
Meiltine.-Prnfesscr H. J HrixE.Surgery. almve title, tn be und.*i theentirc editorial! control ilT t uppiove I that it has g ta sufficient dose for I the present I do not dnl in harsh names, but I know one preserved on that b'iMs equality which
fir bear a-
.-Prof.-asor R. S. Nnwro.v.Z S. ARTHUR who nill concentiatrution it Il. in I a lump. They went so as to testimony und that it i is better to wait till it is woiked, off thatwoud_ suit him exactly.; Congress how I lon* can sustain u>, will, assuredly within ai: 0- .5
FRLCWIV M 0 Anatomism Oerm.n tr tor. his motiicy but lhat the extent of their S.
lo was
for full of > nearly all, of hi<> I liteiarUlioi*. The df ign .'i Mnnjt'fi" > beftire they arlrnini ter another. This !i'. the ever, like a corporation, has no sou! and noinJitidual lss period thin thai which has uv.dtf her whntsh I,, 5,.
fee lo
The a rour' J ctuies amount the tik" UOMH condescension. I He is I they admit, an honetI
cl "jii'oxpri'ssed in j
i* true of the difference i! N respoui This land is-make the first
one! hundred and five d-l a secret only a rjues- itity. political I us people that the world
C-\ZCrTE" "it will L emphaticallya paptriir actuated honest tiVIM he ;
c. iuut< -- rnatisj
Earh I'ro1r'i i tickft 15. Martiru'ialor'i 5. fame cjTlr-a household -a pleasant: I man, by i tiou of time. Al this moment I there is no flume .peculation will be another blow t ihe South, I ever saw.
}he companion
D.'nontrator' Fee sit.* G.a1'iatnn &l $. rocidy Tien-J. coming to all with arheerlul ci'unteianee. j wel!-but on tome occasion* l his cuu cienc** j food for Fret*.Eoilism; which you )peiceiie is j hich cannot share in these liberal !benefac- Placed! in the centre, of a great continent?
U ditin Inflict in TIiiw
p1ra e a< 1. and ie ek iu. v\liil it unitarU inMiuction, t tutfitain I" gets: I hr'a} < "tl'ievery I emphatically! 'ihe Whig protege ; but tthenev- !II lions, since without doubt! henever the occaiion j where there is nolhing strong :
t enough
dreq then letters (pogf }t'i.iHtn) the Dem : aid: *tuirnvitig much if he hail conscience at Jill.He i .- to otipiue -
and intr test I ail rla .se* f read>*i A as no .
.Cntb in the cstv will TIlt.e CAll rrn Juin at j er any new States arM to be admitted, \ou will presents itef! the Wihnot PiovNo will | that t inevitable p.iweroferpiaion tvLich
ot the IIoiiuGa/ -ttt" will be a | rniht rub chuich or n-t fije t ta to '
tvdture possibly a
the Commmial Hoicl.; U S. NKWTOX. i find a ;j.erfect unanimity: in these two sections I II l>e spring upon her and we shall have another is a law of nature ; looking ou: of her window a
!) vftiie -eric (il Original Xwucikftfs l-y the idior( barn, and t thus become a Ui l :unb.;iMT on .
ran Fatutly of the party in I the North, in the pious fraud compromise: : in which one party will naive on Europe, Ash and Africa
fne nl the fuittie cccation but tht-n he would! I ; pressing eve
IVlio will (urniih some font: < r picture.if Mime ;
LAW OBPARTUKNT.Hon. ) of Southern: exclusion. You have nothing tohope 'it pretend to waive its uncou: tilutiuiial I preeii ry attribute and S
I l.i.c hc-t t t.r silionevery !
4l.IVe5ti'* lite, wttttm i ri nljle 'M'r* dtitibtlefrs do it with "howt e ., and flt ,
H W. M. KING, Prote tui uftkeory and i.rtcticeofLa.v. rhe Home () )iitlle" will bethc tbr.tI ci( under "higher law." than that piupo.ftlie Contiunion. I frc.u them, either now or at any future I! )>ioi: !, the o'her surrender, its most important ural Capacity lo supIv the| wants and wULeao S V

will be llieevix'tifi.l c.f . I no p.uiy nor sect ; nor it neri'.d. rights. play a inhabited:
Ju1N DkLiriELD, n* ., I'roiessorcf CocurtfiaalJutuprudence. This is about the tuUtance of (he by a people .
} it will l..iihtuiv! a.h-o- cudoi "
the But
t / ol day. Tl.e Democratic Convention separated In ij jewel, as General Drumrnond said, when heexchangeJ eminently qual.fletl; ; to make the m. t of thesau'.puraliel.'d .
rate! the and beck, by mean, to t'denIhe >emen's. fr
nigtit. ncry
n TEKM*- ">(9 wr SoHiii.n. I circle ol l liiiman lupp-ness. llotit-th ifl! t the I The other M'clion of the 1 great apparent harrno'i), after a little preiimij General Bioivn's tide-de-1 I advntigPS \ |l',or; forward to her

\\l\ communications ;pettatninctuihtt d jiaflnientbe ulitor teeeli the truth, is he has -ver d ne in l.iiwritinirs. Whjt party, c'mfristin j niry 'laternal grumbling. Barnburners and camp !br his own living )flt.. j (lutuie destinies with a h-irt: glowing with attachrn a. ,

itu.4 addr-sed EW.. M K! XG, C j. for the t.a'e' of gr> >d to his fellnw men. of neaily tvvo-iiiii(!< of the members! of i Old Hunkers, who a few weeks before had tie- Another dinner menacing the Sou.h, is the ut, and an ito igilnti4u su't-Tliof with 5-
Mmphi. Teun.. Ttb. 25, IbSJ: the contention, on the c iu.i-li'd'.;i ;m "
this he will avoid lijfs'nv" nsiary *
But, in dun' :- of
!; unnecessary i nounced cacti other without meagre, shook extrem! probability! a large accession to the proud anticipition1?.
a'id causeless( ollt-nre, and keep lii ions flat tree I out atid out endorsement.! l>c'li I of tn! > arts and
Th, Facultie*, for tnt. llw'ual abilities, tarral from stain of woundirp ppi.s'pi.aliiv. lie will oppOhC I j InmK: ; the lion and t the lamb lay down lo.jgetlicr I II duties on imports wh'cli will bear peculiarly I The new wo.ld was discovered by Colum.!
1 motives of Mr. Seard .
worth anl profe ionable acquirement will compare \\hat is f-ilsf and evil, a- one of hi* MTIhe.s were apportion hard on that section. I believe that Id fashioned bus not to enrich Europe, but to redress ih
fitoiahlv with the iruHstdiMirigiii hed in ocr.ounty. lies; bur, while icig si, will u-e 'io .Jiorp.r' Iantua the biipremacj of the lately revived doctrine of ed among: them with most scrupulous impartiality : obsolete word, ECONOMY* has not iieenwhuisti.'red wrongs ofthe Oid: -Srst by IIT example, and
The Mrdic&l faculty constitutes an' anomaly! in tin* than ti* tebuUe ''d rrcctioii re-quire pa oivf obedience} and non-resistance: announced in either House
e it f.iny ; und the chickens equally; divided before ofCuigres: during next by afF.rding a refig- the dotvn-trodden ;
other all of
theta able
or any coanti.v- are
"Tlie Home Gazette" will be tlegantlv i-ritiltd.ori ( by Messrs. Clay, Webster and lien- S ,
and (he bet teacher the eggs were laid. Th- son of "the traitor (he last nine months parturition, which his produced maces of Europph'> inhabit a hive where
with large clear fac. d that
fine white type the from the
paper ton, minority actually: sncr.uni: ) .
Those who will contemplate cur z -' cnpLical po may be read by young' and old without injury to the Van Huren"-as that gentlemin had been I such a hopeful ufT-prmg. If wp may ( the bees are too nti.n-rou* fur tha bread.
'ion, and the extent of our population ca'i' hare nojauSl contention, bidding defiance! to the de1otisni| courteously denominated !l.y the Old Hunkers draw any conclusion, from the action of Congress This is the only country on earth where -

a* to the lleibilily ufor iiitualitn fur anoa- 'TF.1M1 OF THE PATER- all cacesin a4v.anre of the majority. The unjori'v, const :ing, aeI I in their public speeches : u.l! declarations! was during! the litter days ol the session, can come, and at once starvation they.....
he kin erprideof I ( nsalUaonsofth One pr annum, <=.-> no i I before tUted, of nearly: t\vo-l hi i i iris ol t the con-)) .
ccpy while
< sear, we deny ttut ANV OTHER ciryll.i .i n'i' admitted into communion without adjuring his whi'n it would seem bilU were signed without they enjoy liberty. It is here alone that

MORC. I Siv Thie j cuj'ie*, 10,
A common error <>\i tg in the mini', '* of ininv ul.nt like proportion ct t Ibe Whig parly in this State, the and in all and clothed the .
Ten 1500 j was approved in a lump ; and it is impos.kible [ Itt jevenue ; bu.Tiun: ;probabilily [ by labor of !is: hands and the
< relative to the pljce of tn4\ing tpedicii.e ; Fourteen 'I 20( uo has :scc'tnliinglb'! identified it..elfwith Mr.l Jjetv- for one not gifted with the iuMincl ; the next session will see the public lauds sweat of his brow. Accordingly, it h to the
thooe vk ho intend pracliciriij arntlng the di'eaM. s i.jl f Where club of ten, or fouileen cnpiog ale aid and t the u I tia-aboiition fanatics, and sanctioned
a HV.
tieTestand Smth nhould certainty educate them- of a trading politician, toconceiteon what"round exchanged: not lo m 'et the public expenlituras United States they are turning their longing v
sent, an fjra copy[ will be lorni-lied to the post- all his duct.Inca, from t the Wilmnt Piotijo .
*--lve at a school, whiv Taculiy are practically acjuinted tnaeteror <>thr perbon, \\ho melees up the club.- ; they fJifTer from the Seward whig party but, 10 purchase votes and States bwholesale. > eyes, w [placing! themselves on that great
Jaw" v.Lich ab tUesatl
with thoi diseases.Tlut One copy of either Godcx's Lwdv's lk, Graham's to that "higher except it be ia the division of the loaves : The entire revenue of the GJVernmeut tide! of emigration which his set, like thn

the public ou\ be sitisfisd '1( the pfrmanaticy Magazine, or Saitin's Magazine, will l>esmt lor four membeiK Congress, all ketriloru: of the United and fights. will then depend on imposts or loans, gulf stream, in one direction since the creation i
of th;, *dn.l. we lee! it our duty to state, that
dollars. All lHt *rs must bepostdid.( : Monev that States eei} Pi evident, ar.d rvery public of Adam. The
both! either borrow
the Trustees and Faculty forma TMT in action Thus the S.Hith may see what it has toep'ct \- or ; we mu>t millions strengih ofthe Horn ot'E-i-;
is current At the place \\heie (the --til) which ancurs well for it future fucre; i nd that made, wi'l' betaken in pajmer.t for the paj-r. either from Seward whigs or Fillrn:>re or increase the duties on imports to the amount rope b-is cornp, and is coming hither ; the S
Address, T.'S ARTHUR ic CO.. wings, or any other variety of Northern whig- draining from the worn our, ..
them, cannot be intenupted. Franklio Flacc Piiilada. esis or his coiucience interfere with any cf its Then the other branch of the body, which "
E M W. )KING.! No. 5 Athenian Buildings, gery ; or fioni Barnburners, Oid Hunkers, or comes great' d-icripid is withering by inches,

rj-f i'leiit of Ifie! Faculty.M October 12, 1S50. 40Notice. protisiois.Th, any other} variety of democracy in the North. system of bribery by which the country i is under the blighting incubus of old age tin-l ,

yU. T5W. IS Cm iiiinoiity, however, professing to represent They are all alllc tugging at tte shirts of Abohtlon bought up by S'ates and sections. The great old abuses. I S

"National Whig party" and lo l b'> the ; tiir wle object is tt sac ificc its much Omnibus: Bill, f"r: public improvements! as :hey I' is here the down.frnjden masses nf Europe -

DANCING ACADEMY. A \\7 ILL be suld at public outcry at organ of its principles, did nut go qizte 'ihe to fanaticism trithnul diigustlng are called, will! almost unquestionally pass the despairing cf n.iieffrorrj herediiarv: t
City Hotel <, > Columbus, Colombia>l County, i whole hug," but refused! to swallow him, bri,., I at possible which poverty :
g;_ijgS ._ L the tirM Monday in January and alienating the more ra'ivnal and patriotic next session, ill goodly fellowship with a new always accomp-iniea the right of
MH' ,lie: s iejive mnt the Arddemie rft-nerifu'lv'London to announce and next,-(lie welt ku
ihs' at the solicit at jonol many Ladie and ijenileinentif I Boat has been ninnintcnn the Siu\annce (for the est purposes, in aKS *rliii! that any nun not: lo tach extremities towards tli*. South
this city, he will open an Arad.,my ht the abo\e | last:.__L tt\o_. years i._. i555.A4, draws....l'.% ..inches*I ,***- *! tiijlit* i..n i f.and.I,fi /2* \i G tt only' : had the vIlit, but was hmjiiJ to violate ill force it to merge all party distinctions in | afe to increase the grievances of the South by pas-t diE.p|>oi.tments.; !look forward as ta a S
place, about the titot, for iobtrucliou I lie lira W IH-II iu i"-u. n-iu mu 01 i j ixri.i i.v u.i I I Ihi laws and Uiiit'tiIuoiz ol Liii countf, wheniver
in until the Nashville and Georgia convention: refuge and) 21 home. Jt ;is hither
11is they
and H. il preservation resorT
Cotton Her 1-nsmes comnmninnjor self
the elegant hment hundred b.ili-s t>( rs I'tic great ,
acrorn ol lianiiri did] with his his 1
Prcnt* ending| their ihildten, rt as.-ure.l are oj escellent workmanship and in ijood condition. they not Mjuaie opinions, this tfittj fear, and thii is vh-it they arc labor'ui had riKl and adjourned. lint there is scarcely nit as banihej exile hut voluntary pilgrim, :

that no pains will br bartd: lot their tuny H7iprf\etnenl.R llei timber are VUId, and with a moderate outlay will, or his interests, perooinl or political. I Idon't *. possible, lo acoid. The great ilijjicully a doubt that both will be pushed through to the holy shrine of liberty. It is .here that

*!r. leg* leave lo *(&( that lie UfuinUliedvilh I for repair ot Wheel Hou-es etc., f he could be made wonder they t-turk at t lint; lor what it to stop the uatc fanaticism, icithou! Congress ne.xt session, by a judicious application nun comes to resume his ancient supremacy
letters of to an>v\n a <> recHmteendition from innnv highly res ec- con'equeice general application ot th'it motive :is lord of the creation and .
of the Gulf In the more mn.lerate and ration'il men : great power, ruJg.irlybut 1) enjoy the fre
table families tat ion ol treiuht on any rivers. j choking
prufes ion. tektitying his quah&-attuns tor the the hands of an enterprising individual or company, | of this doctiine not only tn public af. J 'falI parties and all sections, and forcing the expressively called log-rolling.! The !himinariea exercise of that reason which ba mad bun

Mr. K will teach the LanePrQicirjtlM. Csledo.rian tiP can doubtless be made a pioHtable conrern. (.iiic, but in private life ? Should thisdogma be Sou'h In unanimity. of! the West havs only to form a ma;fer of the worU.

#, the Mazurka, L* Gillopade. Wdllv.ina;, Span- For fuither ;paiticular11, please ei.quire of Capt. adopted and practically carried out, every man The U%t piesidtjulial election depended onihe conjunction with I the I lurnin-tries of the Ivist!, Theses are sorna among the hencficial results K
ih Uincine, Fancy Pancen.and DAN1F.L BELL, on board, or to 1). PCUK1NS wou'd'! become his law and .
the Polka own own 1gi.The
Dance. ju of th
Jtc. TVrms $10 tchol. SMITH, E.q., Coluri. tiu. I' Abolition tote ill this State and the next and unite the plough! with the spinning-jp, it *m which wu ',f Ihe North are
per irft>r 13 lemon of
Further parlicultrs can be ascertained j it the CiR Terms made known 0:1 dav of ae. lights person and properly instead of will probably turn OT the s.une hinge. The and the thing is none. The former will quiet doing all we can to d-stroy, by violat ng both

Hotel, where private leesans may be had on appli- fly ORPKR OF THE .STOCKHOLDF.FS. being secure tinder lh" protection: of generallttv4 Abolitionists must, therefore, be bought at ant their scruples of conscience on the score of the letter and spirit of the Constitution: o-i

ctiontoMr. It. Sub-ciijition pati. and terrn* left ColumbusFa .Oct 1J, 1SVJ.( 40 Sentinel. applicable to all. and uriderMood by nil. price, except the sacrifice of a greater number high djties, because they will afF/rd a richer which it is bised. The Union, and the only

at the Bn.k Store a i J Sentinel office. as being founded on tlibP principles of reason fund for public improvements in the Union I prize is not A
Ser.lemhr 2. t trA; New Goods. of votes in some other! (jutrier. Both par great merely a communion ol
IfToMechanicsInveitors and just tce implanted in the hearts of all mankind West, especially 'that sublime of and glory, but af and!
tie in the Soul, have been persuaded: that project mi power pence happines ; 5'
subscriber is cPi% irr Sirtanneand ,
T7IIE wow rt :
and I Kuzabflh fiom New Yoik,per and Uin K in every ttage of society, would! be at I the the South, after all its blusteiing will at length king the Ohio at: all times navigable by act if f of repose an safely to fife and property; u

Manufacturers. Petted tiom New Orleans, a full supply ol GOODS mercy of what ineiiculltheircon.cience{ quietly acquiesce in what is passed ; and when Congres ; and on (he other hand the reT, >Bsvntatives Union founded on the broad hisi5 of eqiil: 4.

rpHE publishers of I the SCIENTIFIC.MERICAX suited lo I iIe ea'on, \ iz : is to say-their passions, their interests and they see so many leading men in that quart r ; of the m.-uiiJacturing! interest tvil! rights both to States and citizens, cemente! bvmituil 5
Hour, Gennesee and St. Louis, best brands, (heir will, which nine limes in ten become '
L ihnvind quiet iheirscruples onjthe score of their share good will and mutual .: ] office such
respectfully ge notice that the Vlth volume IJdle anil Twine, shivering and shaking.iu ; bucking go ; ,, ,,
of this valuable journal Mill be commenced on the Afiupeuor Rope Double Hmt-1 Gun, substitutes [for that divine impuUe tthich I admit and filing towards all points of the coinpus, ofs-ich large expenditures elsewhere by acquiescing a Union as was consumiiitea by tbs sages :

twenty-first if September uext, orlering a favorable Smiths Anvils, Bellow?. Vices, 5Lc.Coflee when not deceived or mi Icd by the besetting looking one way and rowing another, with a I ill the higher law" of self interest and patriots who framed the Constitution, andover .

opporiunitv the lor all and In scribe who !take an inteiestio Pouchonp Tea, B'jttei Crackers, temptations: of this world, is in reality total absence of all conceit of action ; when I i :und consenting to pay a little in order ti> gel a whose deliberation[ Washington not ,
progress eve'j1ment of the Mechanics, Rice hai t CIS.hat es.a.d icrs No. 1 M .lu-rel, I the voice of (l od w bUpering to I the soul of man I: deal in There the demon of finaticis-n :
Arts, and Manufacture* ol our countrv. The character they s'e senat rs and member* from Congress great return. never was amore -presided. Such a
of the Scientific Ameticnn No. 1 Soap, Sperm Candlen, IOM| > high commands which it is his first duty I sublime field fur Union is worth living and ,
r t.o well known 2 rafos tents superinr call bkin Coots, from that section, at first violently opposing log-rolling presented to dying for. But a '

throughout the country to require a detailed account Patent Balances, Grindstone, to obey. ibe Wilmot Proviso, and then quietly acquiesc- I the contemplation of great Statesmen. Union suh as this will! be, if these sectional '.
of the variou
subjects dicupe4 through id colutnittf. Calf Skiiz*. Bridle and Gin-baud Lt-allcr, But nothing would be more fatal to the purposes dissensions continue (he of '
if not zealously advocating a stepping stones
The aim of the publishes has in, compro. South then has. I
log The
ahxays torendet repeat nothing lo expect -
civil is
for which
Well Bucket Wood Measures Tubs instituted
*. society than men whoa-piie In ;he !
it the most thorough and useful scientific embodying alt its: principles, and vouching presidency, by blowing
journal from North E ist West but
and or
A roes Shovels lor of that pay
Spades nil
in tbe country; and to judce of this, by comparing or any portion society, to plncetTieir for the sub nisMon of their constituents the red-hot coals of fanaticism, will not be
invoice Hai 4
An the fur others to dance. It is the weaker
its circobtioa and conscience above those laws piper
influence with other publication* to which worth one single! drop of ihe blood that was'shed
Silk and Cotton Uumbrella I this tvhohall their
say an.tiCjj&tiOflS
when see a *
of the same cla.i,the) > hate t the) unequivocal evidence they have voluntarily given their assent they party, and experience Ins shown that even
or in the revolution which!
On Ilanil! not well grounded 1 What paved the for
of its value atti'e are man in restrained init way :
leading ol the Arts and a representative government
exponent .1
Sciences. \ good supply of Bacon, Salt, Bring. &c., and which, as in the United States, they themselves totally divested Of experience and reflection j I it, ort hich may yet be shed in vainly! attempt-
not written
action ihe weak
by constitution
all other ailtclfs i for the tixdf, f-ir l.hirh have established) by the sovereign authority.I .. .. a its
It will be published eelcly ece>siry 1 ing preservation.
as hcreto/ore, in quart') but will believe that tho-e who could not, .
$ will be lime victim of the .
form fine fair ricrK will l.t. taken, and the same eiven tor I have time I always strong.I -
on paper, affording at the end of t-ie >tar | not or space to trace conse- This is creed and let
unite in to my ; ilosevbr .
an Jlluttrattd Entydepjtdia of otei lour hundred I Cotton vr any other article of prepuce ordered in theI here but whoever shall take thie'pain'iII or v.oultl not, opposition measures I Where a majoii'.y rules without restraint, it "ihe Union are t.
qilence ; shouting
within maiket. J. M. WILLIAMS.t. ,,f ill unite in measures uf re.dres nit be preserved"white -
; ages. ind.-x, and from Fire Hundred It I do will find thai it grt'siOfl will always rinak the despotism of the will under
rnhAr tf to. must invariably and laving the train and
Sit 21. 1&V) D7 the fuse
HniiHrfd original ? lighting to
described letters
tngratings by the of ihe law which thus
-- imjsty :
of inevitably bring us back (to that state of nature nrny the mine
explode xxhicb will
reference, bcfidtt bow! it
a vast atr.omt of to
practical To Parents. I tell plainly, the South was never be. become as gieat a tyrant as if it reigned bv frag ,
ioformatton it is the
concerning,, ;the |>rn;re>.>* of Scientific and gieat object all social ments, call me ultra, disunlonist, traitor iftbey
Wechanical Improvements Chemistry, Civil A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, xxho graduated in M7, organizations to mankind where fore itt uch imminent Hanger. It is now divine right. Heretofore the democracy of ,
F-nji- rescue ; eve. will. I friend
am a lo South
Leering, Manufaetaring in all its various brancde, 'v. and has since been Principal ol a ttouri.hig is his and placed i it' a helpless hopeless minority, xx hichxvill the North was the great barrier to the rights because I
Aicbhecture Academy in one of the Northern cities, d. to ry nian own judge ; where his own like the people, and especially because I
Msorry. >irf see .
Botany-in hon it eu.bracei he for ever perpetuated by tho principle of the South, which, it should never be forgotten -
tte entire ranee of the Aits and Science spend the winter at the South, and would like to conscience, that is, his own passions; and his and feel they have beea treated with igqoru ,
ll alan tearh limited number of pupil It will be the exclusion lately foisted into the Constitution entirely depend on a strict construction of .
pMscasct an orJEinal feature not f. ind in I a a la- fcelfishneis are only guides, and force the ny and injustice.
any other weekly Journal in th. country, tz : n I "rat,2e opportunity tor one or a (few families to avail hole restraint. There never was a more mischierou by the despotism of the majority. Besides I thh, the Constitution, which is the only security to A sj

Official List of Patent Claim, prepared epret..1y| ft i. lrm-clres of the Fervicc ot l a surce-sful and popuU and dangerous incendiary in civil the peculiar political portion of the country the rights of a minority. But the democracy NORTHERNSlav.. 4
Hi column* at the Patent NorthHti mttruuor Tie mobi t satisfactory re- a Friend to tlie Union .
been adverse the enlisted in the
Jtfice. th-js ctiutitutiugil i than Ie UIalor whose has never before so< to preservation of the North is now abolition *
the American RepcHoij of luvrr.tioos. roiatncnJ.iti'-'iis can be giu'ii-will COIHH South ay t ciety a conscience is a. --------

In c Doection\Vith (he (xibluhini;department,the. non a< fired Letters a.ldre-sed lo Teacher," hove all law, or a citizen, who in his inter. and maintenance Southern right crtmdf, which can only be successful by Transtniltet for the Baltimore-American.PiiiLADntrui 5'V ,.

r>roprietori traniart the most evtensnc IJorrie and i Newark, Wayne CountyNew York.fclatjn number course with his fellow men, assumes the light Both the party in power, and that out of power, trampling the rights of the Sotit 1 under foot. Oct. 13 P. M. .

Fweien business done in this country ; onsouentlj I of pupil to be taught, coinpen dhon, &c., will be j to violate$ the laws of man under color of obey. are equally arrayed against them, and which Thus fir, tli-y accord with the "National Three of Ihe pouches !iel.imvgig\, lo ,the Unit.
theirfacilities must becorre uo,id< Cperior. ptociptly answeiedSepfernbtr in the their file and in the character :
nijly remains ascendency, Whig Party, new
TERMS.... 2 00 'S, 1SO. 35 41* ing the law of(I&d. I do not wonder that ever ed States' Mail, made yesterday afternoon
yet year, in dvance? 1 <>j foi
r wilt be (he bame. Both must equally sacrifice of assailants! rather lhan defenders ol r ; 1
ii M
rnuntlis. All letters must be pout paid and di r. Sewaid, perceiving the indignation; everywhere lor Richmond and Wheeling, Va.., and WiKmitigton )
recedto MUN.N k. CO publifhersof the SeientjfI(; rg Quincy Hale and Female Academy excited by his dech rat ion of principle*, on the altar of faiiatici, where alor.o they State.righls, which, with a rare inconsistency,V Delaware, and suppose; ,! lo contain

American, No. 12S Fulton trel. New York. .1. re-opened Jaauaiv tti. 'J 1he) cecund noaioucoraio retorted lo the only refuge of cowardice by can conciliate the gods who preside over their they pretend to assert at the very moment letters fbr all points I IS a

INDUCEMENTS FOR CLUBBING. % lLt nce June Oth. Students may enter at what he had destinies ; and their most grateful offering i* they approve of measures in direct violation ol I belweenMVheeling and .
Jny person who will send us four ub criW* fo r any time during the year, and, after the terond week denying maid in the presence of the the the eiiMcnce of the their decl ration of principles. St. Louis were taken from jSc mail car lo>

six raonths, at our regular rates, hall be enMlled tinecopjr ) of the tension they will be charged only brain the thai body, every member ol which heard the tights properly betwixt ol. night while it xvns going between the Depot .

foribe fcAiae length of time; or we wit 1 tirneol entrrinp. Bard may be had at priced vary- words he uttered Hut to icturn to the conicnlions. South, which is thus placed H pair Such to me, a mere looker on at a distinct1 and Grey's Ferry.l has not been isj.V

furm h..... ing from $4 |o 10 per month. For furl her pai ticu- shears, and xvill be cut by both bladeii. appears lo l he the present cr:lical position ol I by what ibd yet ascertained I

>IC 0 copies.* f tsr 12 6 months' . &is 0 013 -<)J by lens appticatioD see printed to catalogue, which K. H.may STKtt'AUT be obtained, It will be perceived that the representative* In addition lo this, the Constitution, the only the slareholding States, one and all-for the V !keen stolen. The means P istmaterhas bags* could recovered, have

12 r 2-2 U) Jan. 26, 1S50 3 Principal. of'the Whig party of the United State," defence against the despotism of numbers.IKK I are all inextricably involved in the same fate,' abqut a bushel opened letters, some drafts, 4

20 \ 12" 2SW sanction all she measures that have grown out received a mortal wound, under which it isstaggeritig. and will, Abolitionism,, is lo rule, be all obli.. checks, &c. All ihojetfers containing

'flptiona Sombern! and Western money liken at par for sill) Lost or Mislaid. of the Abolition excitement. They applaud The rights of the States have ged either to submit or unite (or self.preserva. hare been carried off. ft is yet impossible money top

; or putt Oflice BlllnPt Ulen at l their let 1 A NOTE payable lo James L. Sweet, Executor ofT. the course of Air. Fillmore, in declining war also been stabbed lo the heart, not mice, but lion. They must depend on themselves alone, tell haw much money Las been abstrac'ed

PREMIUMpAny H. Freeman,or bearer, for nine liuiulied and against Texas for maintaining those rights Itvice, and received txx'o wounds, either olxxhich and united, they cnn safely depenion thm.. but it is supposed the amount from; I
tendinp three ub fifty-three dollars and thirty-truce dated No- may vary
w4 1 beentitl (t ot rent*, which the United Slates had first averted by is mortal : one in the complete over-. selves aloqe. By.(heir continued opposition,I twenty thousand to hundreJ
i copy of( lhe Hi.ior V ember 10. IS IS, due on the first day of January, one thousand do!.
FOPelters and Stesm N r-, published ii 3 1S19. with even percent interest after maluritj.and the sword, and afterwards guaranteed by a throw of the .:reat principle ol State equality ; they forced the abolition coalition to abandon I hrs. It U considered stringe bow this robbery

o:1.iorm.. It nov will in be tes1 be ready slout the 1st o I signed by Benjamin O. Smith and II K. Sha-v, andS ftoiemn compact. They declare t themselves ,the other in the declaration ol Mr. Fillmore,p the Wilmot Proviso, and retort to cheating in. could have been perpetrated without being I

one* of the no crnj4ete work credited the 31st January, I5Owith $000. All sternly| the extension of slavery in that he is determined to exercise a power not utead of violence. Hud they continued thus I immediately delec ed by the mail I ii
.5IIet7 iiued1 and wifl cunIa aterJ2l I persona are cautioned against jiurclmting or trading united would have foiled he agent. : J.I J.
but asiin. they ( cheat
fy fjid npte. It. K. SHAW terrilorie* which are the comrn.>n property ofihe given hint by the Constitution, by HI No cud has yet been had lo the robbers ot L 3 .

40 I tL'1mr1; f..rfrn.hcr MA *l\. 3. 1.* icvcrj. ;ti'c*, and auort ihe con';tiiu MH- r IB act of) Con rwss, end that o1t! lo rrtlteca i well; a'k the robber but tht? they oYfcht have i the!. nunuerirj n-jcbtbefobbery\va| cfiqotedj .


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i i : ; sszaezarawsssHawas

4 insert 'ttio following! communication 7ords of warnicgvisdosi from UicHortli.' by an abolXionut, are beginning if i yalo > The Fugitive Eli, 33w.
Jmurnal. ,
For the Meridian Sf
: The B inaiBS fthoId"The Ji:1jc: us by a Whig friend, with pleasure. We pnb'Ulj a J lung letter from aumiii.'n'.Iy the dangers disunion; ..They can discern for, The New York Tribune warn; teg0{ u
lirr! >Ujji! .the: keen cornmerciti.ngac"ilj against; seeking the cnforcem-jttofihe
of Slate. whose honest efloit *' tinguislied$ Northern statesman: ; t tbe ti) FuSitjri
sovereignty rerwlun we believe |
principle yet ) can lhatnn
-- -- which I hey an* so reni'iiti-ibl** as a class, Hfttvo i'iil! i in iho
the ofdelerming each fir it. shall '1 editors of the Southern I'rcss.. That following cool anl fnj,,
province a. D. fceive the South, have a hearing paper anii-interrMirsi! !league at the 3outb, and it
elf "the extent of the infraction as well a? E1)rrons : our co'innns., without any close fcrus enks: of the nnlljor in the following lemis : dLetitiiIUtliOfl to stop th in ichinery! of pov. manner ;

.1 the m >
t within rhurmed circle tte Mill cn Saturday our dissolution! .f the Union. such Tfcc Fajitive Slave Agitation.
Pull fco well, :aiid t liy a lofiy intellect and ear- a practical < t a
mot And thic circle extending, a Southern -- not. We do thin'< it incumbent on Meetings! centum.? t.i be hint
est ptlrmliMii above the m-iinnei.s of ptrutni cuII'nInatiurI': ; wo'iM instantly' e >n ert our m the *ij.
Confederacy may eventually he formed, and () who have been our political opponents j-rlfiviness of oeciinn, he i i*. ut thixdi) iheoble prince- intft beg an, aiid New York stocks, towns attended in Lr e,numbers bj&eih|
the existing Union, if found unbearable, may forward with their for ed n ii plf, and OM T> wh( -
I plain saving ti t of American '.tatriieti in the N' rth. Ni-xv Yi.rk real e' ate, an-l New \'ork merchants > stmpmhize !,5tfl

bo severed. O: After I the Constitution and ihi* Union._ It is rerzIi i ki'i.l,' and noteworthy that the 'VoiilJ instantly full! like Lacifer from them in t'.eir peril *:n i l'r the new F,|
To avoid such H result. which sn nnny c! *l rn 11.-a en." Slurp Hill.! A inertia took ;place m I]
: I' a consummation devoutly to be ui>he d." yp| Journal 0jce" the Southern! Convention was proposed, u jeu who look with moat apprehension and We have nhimduit, evidence that our comniTeinl lyi: Tuesday night and an.her( Iii ; ; .

otters dread cs thn i.upiing of "chimeras Crick Itow on %! % generally advocated it us the Snini upon I the progress of Abolition! an.I! who men ar "inning to foresee that ih-? burgh Weili.eikl.iy which Jarne fl

dire"-the Nashville Contention u us originnlly over Mccsis. Berr (accomplishing these purposes. Our ui:soul solemnly ar.d eainestly U Iar2e I ilio S.iiit li lorcpaie will be (he inevitable "con-lition oflhing ," if l I.*f, who was repurchase'! fro.nIlaltimore. ; tionrI4..

proposed, nnd in the SHIHC view it i* lo ranernble **- where the p''p'' j in gi eat numbers Mood 1114r'nf; con I' for danger ale aged and t lime iioiioiedatiiots Seward :s nl hits ;abolition tmni"mi5 are notspee-( attcr h-ifi cajrfurtd; mt1I!

,-not to dictate, but to lake compel their fiiciuiK its n il ; the meastTre failed! through this: u"\v in retin-inent in \vhi,s bosmus d ly checked in their mad career. there ui together, with no : u'hoiily bat to ilelibeiuie: P ; great en'.busiasni. Klorjuenl speeches
or power but to advise. none lo command or 1:1:1: : ny." ) Let them now come forward and (I lie! fire (.1 a izitiil inn and of !parlv; spirit has long The Israe. made; in deiiund.-ttrou! of ihe atrocity i.f it jtspfraey '* >

to commit (lie South irrevocably to any extretne -- -- Miinrlhitig btier.. Take the ICM.J in K ince I ceased In tin no. Such is t the author of The L'jui-inua Statesman sirs :--'The advoca'eHuf nguiikt human liberty. ct which l coi.! .

violent 01 exclusive cotme. reasonably judicious and we tl fii* letter ; and such are (lor. Taz-well, of ; the men; vires that have lately received let was ihi first victim. There can he!' vs

The Wilmot Proviso whether embraced in without any complaint that \'irginh, L.ingiJon Cheves, ofSouih C'at olina.uti t the sanction of Cori res', not salUfi-d with I doubt thrtt tin lirect and immediate e9.tI
Territorial Hill embodied by ihe wbabi-! I ibis hw i. be
or j going to "really to i
been Whigs are its leaders. a the venerable, and venerated Lumpktn and having thrown around them the solemnities of augment lh1 cj
of Territory in the Cons-tittr.ion: of the
Hints H j intensify oi (he ai.ti-Snrer! > sent imulerit \ia
State, }is in principle as well a in its immedi. Far; t\f Florilian Sf .TIIW1ZOI. '1 Voup, of ( e'igi1. What: have such; m"ii lo law, would now dragoon and terrify all who Northern Stages ami that \\i will d>> o (th h---aI
ute and ultimate; consequences, to all intent JrditsVliiIe it is nr.t to I be *?ain from agitation ? Vhy si>oud! they create: oppose thern. They will not refer to an opponent more jutt i in proportion? to t the vigor with \vu.i T
and purpose*. so far as the South is concerned, t hat we live in limes of the: Kiiongect i T alarms Do wish raise wliirlliiul theCalifornia j the Southern slaveholders; .>socue ibe .
f 1.1 and without i 'ise ? they to a of any 01 all tm! p m"ayire ; pr -ta.I
and in erfrct the ( not very COtD.eritc!
precisely same.
Virtually lorcemenl of the !a. If :they do indeed
inMituiiouo mid that they tide the storm ?1- Utah, Texas boundary or District slave [ leap
b The power of Congress lo the! WilmnlProviso. to our $ government, vet may upon I agitation., let them remain very cautiously
] \xe all utterly deny, and I for one, do forniT period in I the hitlory of the couu- .1 tro they seeking thus: to obtain olliire ? Are (ride bill, in respectful terms. They will cot! I borne. Tiat; uilb.. lh very bust mneh4: ] *!

- rqually deny the power of the iuhnbilai; !* of l I I ihe people been every where uiei nut. bey the victim* of disappointed political, nspititions allow the freedom of opinion. But th"y cle- preserve peaco ami harur; >i y, and ill tlut. Atew

Territory to prohibit the citizens of any State: enjoy a larger share of the Uen-ingi uf ? Wheie is the vile longue that dares i flounce us all as disuniouisls. They are DiscxroxisT. more s-n.-h vii(3 as of the captorslIixikt .,-

or section of the Confederacy fiom) emigiaMonnnd'etllement and the prosperity) than Las nt been the present onof liaie. ty this of a Tazewell, a Cheves, or a Troup I I, <. they s'v when peaking of southern to the Free Slates will inspire a ipi,
them with any propeiiy they past year unpa. in H l lrge. poition of the here
agitation growing out of HII and I* it not of their own choice that they have pttriots who, believing tlieir country in dan.! vvt.v.,.
I such prohibition angry
may own. rontrovctt u ti*.1 it will be ilitficult to restrain.
an infringement) of the rights of property, o! strife in leference to the newly sc- II lid aside and declined even Senatorial robeb ? I gar, call for ion iitaticn.! This is wron .- All the South sot l.y the late 8ijj ?

the political equality of the States-a an as. Territories, yet in the very heighth of [landing on the brink of the grave what i is And we warn thttm, in aduineeto bewaie.If .-
\ in The I we observe I hat public! credit j chem* was; this Fugitive Uill, and we aret.. :
ilimnpt ion of power without jurisdiction. here of earth lo bias their judgements, or to they be true friends of the Union tby will
brief as an act of usurpation. Sufiicient unimpaired both at home and abroad. I i thit to enforce it will "augmnt tie hteiv: *
the crisis bus pa'-sed, it is to h C irrupt their patriotism ? cease lhi cry of treason ag. in't as pure, patriotic '
1 ho'd the true doctrine to be, that the public determine the hoped of the auti: slavery! sentiment in the Norther.
moral to be derived from (hid fierce Oil the other hand, who are they that preach and faithful lhemel and
lands belong to the w hole, country ihe pro.prtyof have the men as 1 States.! (Ireely! only tells the i.-utu. Lowe, .
the United Slate: *," as tenants in comiiion of opinion, will serve i ai her to aiie*>t ipare and quiet, submission and acquiescence 1 1Ue who are quite as deep'y! intereste.l in the peace :
which meets on of inMitulions than I I a* the COhIflti) has already seen. Th? law
holding by an equal I t title, and as much I t ngtlI our I otherwise they not Webster and Clay, and Houston ati'l' perp'Mnityof the Republic.! Men are not i
There will be estimation. The has been ; dfupuiiced where in the NOI.H.
the inhabitants, of the Territory have no right I a present every "I.
a nd 1-Vnte, and Hilliurd and Cobb! notorious to be terrified by epithets, nor arc they to be
und cannot assume the power excluding the ballot of ftom of unexamnltd: prosperity. Our iui- I I en the strung cords of party," says ih S- -

citizens of the States 1 fiom, ctigrat ion and set. the eh'rlion of a : have increased, and our exports in a i t till I j a, pirants' for Presidencies, Vice Piesiclcncics, taunted with impunity. The anli-sbvery I cnn Press, have snapped! asunder-the .

tlement on account of their propeity held by Mr. Yulee's teim ( ratio. The channels of external atid a,nd Foreign 1 is.ionsrni..ii whose political feeling of the North, universally diffused there I conventions have been c-.nveite-l into A1 pv

municipal law, any more than lill account oj r commerce are becoming bro.tder and u tomb!ion depend* on the supremacy of party, has not been appeased by the late sacrifices "
A full libt lion conventicles-the 31'i 18M. Cities are growing, and thn vast j
their leligion, or peculiar lite* of nntriinonynr
mil a loving embrace and cordial coopenion extorted from the South. They will demand!
a he of agriculture are impioviug. All this announces tit-if hit Police shall aid
fact of marriage, or being married or sin.jile given I KO. int..
j within or bejond a cet Lain ape1; *-and \Ve ; seem to augur well! for the Krpubl c.- between Northern aiid S.nithcrti Whigs,, and! are demanding new concessions and the i curing theljis-the ex-Major Boston! he- ,
al the Capital all was agitation nml ind between Northern and Southern Demo. South will not submit. In a irnjoriyorarninoritv
thus 1 lay the doctrine bioaiily down, and il on this auspicious t the call for a meeting to repudiate it-_negrn>gfli
teems to me il ran be maintained. It is com. the people every where went walk-! c:rats in polilical! CCct 14,115. -it is immaterial, which-'here is
| va%< If we have Inuvii to be ilive slaves! nrrti tbeaisei.vji ;
labor lint cheeiful
mon setae, and] what j It tint .common sense by : song"some to strength enough ernlK,die'l and embodying
-nnnot be good common law,-and certainty i labored forv< ( merchandise and other* to t their various Hon. Isaac V/ Haync, of Charleston.We i aivldvpart openly in the faceof ilty for Ctnj.j : .
: and il nil! be before that thos* !
must be ixl inns asa political! dogma, or IISCcb cause for () ) -thus reposing perfect confidence in extract the following eloquent, and I seen long j da, acc >nt> tnie>l by} lh*' applause rf their *jindtii'Mic -
us an "obsolete idea. I We hope to (i'e % that IK, l.ul: let us not deceive S iotne! of them thrilling! reinuiks from an a
The right of M-lf-goveinment.-ihat rmirlinbuted by Crying peace \vhvu there is no .lres of Colonel the f.irmu'ion of have ihe'worst of ihebargain..
Hayn at a L !
: a determination l! j delighted (like the (fo; iu th>j mtnger} 'thiti
faculty-is purely political ; simplv ihr Southern! Rights Association! in Churic ton.- Another Ti/zle. those whom their
to service is
s'o da3 h ill
: decently Webster nil his n iiI t
right of determining, in their eitent and de.pree .. lieu :Mr.i a putiiiilic t com J
,connexion* or dt'pentlcnne*,the relaliumMhirh | may be saved rolled bark the tide of NOl them fomti- I'he South has few clearer hearts and no man.ier After all the talk about the Wh'g secession I tCt'14, lIT) I theirproperly. PtiMic n:*".*;!!! .

k shall Mihsist between, the governors am 1 j wings predict ( we all had hope of the Ilepublic.( I'ut I Il heart than his. Wwrlhy of!.isauc istor and : in the State of New York, and a union with i parailelU-iI fur the Fiarni >:iif>u* vfoption ol'pr'n.

S the governed, according to the constitution 01 r memhciein the l 'ehiler and s ich as he are now threat .vMthy of his name, we !hall bo appoin'pd:, the Hunker drnncrat! to put doun Seward ', ciple andileclanitior.j wLch; wotiiii siiir: apt.J .

firm ,f government, 1 the fund- nrnt a! !law. anrfutlher are already with po'iliral' ostracism for even daring ;i he does no? hhovv blnisplf! one of her I Hii'l J. Van Uurcn, it hints out tiut the attractive J rate's deck-ibllow each other so fks. that i il uirnpossiMe
hi simple justice tu the South. The Noith .
I the right of rejjuhi'ingoii! ( :
grant it about. spirits in the approaching sting_'Ie of the power of public plunder was tr>o great frI to keep the- record M* then in the
bring satisfied with the
liHslo, the social' ami domestic re] itious., ac I peace measures re. j
curding to their comparative impoituuce: merit i will be adopted by Consreh, Having appio. South for'pendence. Weighe.I in lhjihnce I (he p-itrioi-rn: of i lie seceders. Their Conventiou I Slates where the fugitives iiiiially seek rcle."

*, rights, duties, and obligations-this latte;r ociats will : ( the whole! of Lilt newly acquired Ter. j 1 he will nut be found wanting ; tried met on (the 17ih at Ulica, and nominated These indications of Northern Sentimenf, .

being the sphuc '* to their own us.uc wuuld Inve g > j the huic.t furnace he will hue men put forth b the Syracuse,
: department nv>ie ajyiopiute ; very best mm ip. u coin out as gc.ldif very } I though in no sense flew or unusual, SLA'r.Y IhS
of municipal Jav. that) even the rapacious demands of Yrf. the .t So much for friend hoieivotth Seward Convention: and adopted a string of
-and elect him, pure ore. n w South that she nvi>>t Io. !< to !:er t>lf.Y5jr
The subjects of political or legislative jurisdiction would have been content. But mi-
me persons and properly.-but lliilequlres Oliver like. Jisl
evil I) :. offer him.) But the reader judgfor ; :hse about which they made such a fuss !- brethren abide the
if indeed it t dues not nece.ssjrily imply The now proscribe t-lavery as an ann ; j are unwilling to by lermscfj

occupancy or possession of the one, an<; far its abolition eveiy where." The Linsefj! I I The fict Is, the cn'.Ire! whig paity of New j the compact 1 Such a Union proves onlj a
nite to it to
custody or control of the oiher,-control ove I give wilh them \ii a n-iitim-'iit.: It is now Sir, t-.vpnTv vearsaio, tie great statesman 1 Yoik is roltcu on the slavery question. The curseand the Southern pei-pJe! are f eli-igiLt'*

person and owiicishi]) of land. The >, thenowneishiji I Mr. Cabell's : Iil)' a p'irt and paicel of t their politics, but r>f Ma?,Tch'iseIts threatenril u< wish: a Hemp t South never mild aiiJ never ran rely on ;hat be such. The Uiiion be

; possession, custody, airi control. the \icnity! ..f 4 i intcrwovei with their !literature ax,' and pictured jeermuly I the ignoble! fite: ott t! tity. The recet.t squibblc! was* betv\cen n.ight pnrpetuai were
essential attributes of! devoid 1 --- p each party to respect the rights c>f the other,
itre jurisdiction' ; : dea'Ji without touchiou the! ground. Thereat
of which, it cannot be legitimately or rightfully .' m-irch i>f Abolition is onward ; nnd un ; K'-n'.ncky: statcsmati hr.s renewed the !t the adherenisof aspirants for the Pre iden.j t but so !oic: as one section wantonly arnvsi-i.I :
exercised the elements without evil is arrested in its the days IJ j cy, Fil'morear.d rfowird, neither of whom, as I
very progress :ry of South Carolina I IreUMHj 1 tiI i I Iii:* threat : the interests of I nthPrwirbte

which! jurisdiction cannot subsist, or inuM' cease as follows : 1and.'e; IJep'iblic are irmi'iered. The psige (i flhe traitor's doom.' Ay', and it was called 1; every body knows, has a feeling in co'nmun lion:.'; ,,ft1c} Utiioi: beco'rie weaker. otl a

to be. Hut the lands are the property; of the j Walter 102 ; Fugitive Slave Hill! by so respectable a j lorth: by word* uttered in this ball nar this j with the South. The Abolition or Sewar.l! be iha to aveit cirii
separation only resource a
United Sute how then the inhabitants rome a'-suianc" of: the intention j ,
*, can I 87, D.uiiel, gase k'ery spot. Sir, pioverb.allv, ratching conifsWore partv ha triumphed-they have swallowed upi
t>l a Territory, Ji.iciag only a vrvfmclionary ; people g M.ersilly to stand by the Con. hanging,' and wheih'T it b. alternate.! ; j war.
intemls in those undeiiake .07. and fai'hfully observe tha laws made i I the Fillmoreiies, and I hey all -TO in fr Hunliir
lands or assume in-'S'*
in p rt'.n or liy pmxy. gentlemen: minlit ; I.a of th3 Savory astioi.
to debar the citizens of th Stales from ieitlo.mcnt 'Hamilton.! -A thereof. But the tone of th* l Lie practically taughl} that lharc me itiJeed Ciovrrnor, who insisfs in a letter to Fran- tn-iil reaewed and str'ne
upon these very lands ? Hut you exclude Hamilton as (, ( indicate u pre-deierniin 'wiI!| on the two ends to a rope.' Sir, treasoi: ,' in my c:is Granger, according to the Tribune. that

the citizen when you prohibit) ) the equal iti icssif ) % .f liberty loving Huston) lo't t th'1 ex- vocabulary, irn; liM f.1l..Phl31.l, a bulraval of'g' !avery shall mt1t t be ended! and that the viJence that ;le North is m'ttmii.'J! t me 4hvvart
his in violation of this Uw. What h this hit Nulli- the eyforcenKM.t of tha late FIIh1e
r rope rty, not acquired oirny Congress, I'eard some t trust reposed[ the me for elfish ends .-f j j;:iigiive: Slavelaw ought to be repealed: or
ciiminal law, and peaceably heJJ] by a 1 When the Senate administered such [>over conferred, in opposition to the wishes ?lave Bill, the only! m *as>>ire in t.e wa-'ls
title the laws of his Register, Papy, ) rebuke to Se-vvard and his quondai >ssentially m >dified; !" Witli this h. un in
legal according to own nn-1 l interests of those confTring; it. Let the jatch! ot the late 'nproni-e.. so called!! a
State. Senate, ) by rejecting his proposition to nboi. irreat Kentuckian look to himself and botno of heir mouths, that ibcse National, dns-erin- j ironically which did avvinteth!

The exclusion of the Southern, States from House, Smith in the District of Columbia by a his coanjtitorsjiepresentin slaveho'ding States, ire, Sowtrd, Filhuore Whigs will auccee'l, j resume nat
1 Territory acquired by the efforts I of A'i to 5, I really was in hopes thM '3ioth. The Chu:ch is faking! the mr:: common Jefferson.- (! whose rights, interests and honor they have J r toed no iirofiet] (to foi et. 11. t tTh3 ;
blood, and treasure of all, is an infraction of .,' occupliion was gone. 1 !begin to ,sacrificed' in p'.lit ira! manceuvrin and the j 1 The I riittitnore ArntTtC'in confai.ntbo I.
the of the C'nstituti4)n-of the abstract JefT-Tbon County forward to the time when alh should Ladles of Scuth Caroliiu.Thu .
guaranties our r> name of f President ,;iikin. 'Our withers iollowin; notice ofthr doings! of tha S r.aiJof
principtes of political which it : of and those of plenn- Chare..tut Com ier contains the fui- '
equality : peace our ways are unwrnng. We bet ray; no I trust. We are t the olil school Presbyterian Chur< b, reeen .*
lecognizes-of natural lights, and uould well Congress, Ueard ?. But I fear 'hat hope wasftthvrto iruti to our kindred, our homes: and firesides. '! I IV owing extract of a letter written by a Lady
justify ihe Sou'b! in dissolving connexion with ." Tha ;on-u! t of t this denngo-1: eaiLIed: at PttuS-irj:
"e are not found Coasting that we wo'ild tread J
Register, Papy, ,>t fSurn the authors o! such n measure,-especially in Senate after his dofcrminntinn to con. with hostile I foot (he soil I I in which rests I the i.
reference to tie spiiit in which! it originated, agita'ion, has recently! been approved by bones of our ancestor, and where live lh"se- IC before the feeling which pervades the { eo- Pirrsucao, O.-t. 17.-'" : SyiK*s

and the efforts which have led to such a lerruination. Huu'e, frier's'! at home in such numbers to whom nature has: bound 114 b- holiest lies i>!e of that Same will be shared by the people F'ziire aze Qsiot.-The Synod of Vr
To this it ; with such of enthusiasm loI >!d"sch >ol P-e 5t1vI e clan Church a rni1ed
completion rcasl come j a degree as \Vc hate not /oy.', in vnbour.dcd adirak C:f thcrnliit, South ? -
at last." I J. ) I friends ol the Union ivith apprehen ion fur the diitanl Gorcrament vhich confers Pre, *. We have no longer the unjust, designing here to (I It. Th* iler. (;eore 31 irshiI! W1

The question is not \vhetlicr! ercrj infiacon Majority for I alarm. But one hope i is still left us- sidcnlships and Foreign Embassies an I S.'Crelarisfiii'S. fanatical legislation of an unpatriotic and j appointed Mnit.>r! fnr. About 33 Mici,"r|

: of the Constitution, Confederation, or we think must prevail'! the! personal all respect for th il nearer and \ t scheming majority to dscus! but we hive and! Elders are in attend tnce, roinf?itutifl? &e
Treaty Compact ernge majority and official inilu of the Presi. largest Synod in convention which rh'U Churca
or nny justify one people nce more pervading power which has protected avr 'what is m't far more importance to consider,
in dissolving the political band whicU hare Jlilhlotottgli. will be used to 'nut down this agitator and persons and i'rper&i-1he persons and propcrly ;nnd that i is, whether it is possible, the prosperDili ever held. 4
connected tbtmwith another," but whether bee has A memorial from the session aid cnnyfPm
1-q., and irfuHe
of our fathers before us- to \ ( beaut Siuth, with such a population
the inequality or injustice can bo longer I South is also dissatisfied with the ad. lion from PittshuryJ and !I5ever was
any over Dr. proccion( ire expect lo leave our children after [ i iuj nd resource, ainl a ciute: which should in.pjre
l-orne, whether inequality or injustice be indcmnified mnjorily. The of the question, and General Lamar. -our Government at home, which has never aptthy wi.h energy, cowards with heroism prating the Ssnod to give an espIessiUfl| by any compensatory advantagps has assisted in revolutionizing Texas, opinion against the Fugitive Slave Law.
threatened or oppressed us, but uhich fositn, and the wavering: with en'.hu-iasm.: can !
benefits, or blessings flowing from (he Union, gers 91. ofivis to perform this gimfl friendly cherishes us, and, exhibiting a mother's Iocs, pause iii'ich longer on the course and mrasure j The memorial denounces it as injurimw.. Arnotioii
Confederacy, or League, of which that Con.titution Levy.-We for the United States. ( oV. Towns challenges the best ajeelioni of her sons.- I (hey should adopt. I am convinced the rind was in trie Lu> postpone thf' mattarwdefl.iitly. -

*. Compact, or Treaty is the bond.- Steele which proposes to preserve inviolate the equal- Sir, in this question of allegiance the bead nation to submission! is not the fault! of the which was lo t.-only ow: in fas1r
sirs, this is the question-the sole, solitary the Slates of the Union resisting of postponing.
Aye, the organization by may learn a useful lesion from the heart. people, but of man) of the leading men, who
% find all-absorbing question to (he sufferers elected lo the i admission of California into (he Union The Tories of the Revolution who plundered truckle to power, are asp'rants for favor, and The Reverend Proctor Smith, Camnba
rf wrong-the issue separated and severed, as I equal terms with the original States." and burnt the dwelling' and; m.Asacred the Ktop to calculate probabilities, while the enemy and! others! m\Je flimlng speechesagsIflStt
it to be from the impulses'! sentiment made of the I Editors it be admitted live law. it subversion !)f'tnr
ought must we sleeping families of their nearest neighbors, is preparing to cllUj p the fetters that mike They pronounced a
or the influence of imagination. Sirs it is no to .Mr. Ilardie, times. In view of the complexion could have presented an argument in favor of them vass-ils. Il provokes me, beyond endui i rality a'nd oppressive. lhey] said they ffj(

time for sentimentalities, when the rights and lake it for political elements all around us, what their notions of allegiance, which Mr. CliywouUin ranee, to Lear men of education, holding a go to the Penitentiary be'fore obeying rJf '

liberties, the peace and safety, of a people are and that Judge the people of Florida to do ? Whal vain attempt to equal. They belong.d large properly in slaves and land, saying : law. Great excitement prevails in the C >-

invaded ; nor can we, in fuch a crisis, pause la Times ve do to be saved ? Every Sltte is its to the same expansive school of loyalty and There will be a complete back-out, it will end l venlion. A comminee c.mosvuo& M*?*'.

to Bcbo'd' however otherwise we might be judge of the measure and mode of redress.I hilanthropy, and yet they hue mat the ele. in cubmidsion, the more degrading alter the it y of persons opposed tolhe, law wa3fappo'Ble(*

ready to admire, the fervor of sentiment in innocent which gives I to pinning ourfai'h to the fortunes of crations of all posterity. We have no faith threats we have made ol' resistance. This is to report on the subject. -

indolatry of a meritcribaa" object, or Cabell 37, ; Slate, these stormy times. Some advo- ill those affections whose circumference is so he rnot l efiedual method they can take to inure Thus the fume fanaticism goes oa toning

I even the tears of virtue, in ilie depth of its fur thfc House, noh'iiticrcoiifse as a measure of punish- extended that we cannot find a centre to the the caue. The. fault is not with the peo- and when will it cease J, to Sr.
!oatmg affection for the wreck of early love, ocrat, 29. to the North, with a view to bring her circle. South Carolina is our centre, and we pie ; every poor min I have seen is (for fight- long as l he So-uli! fooks on coldly and i 10dm ;
-those tears arc wasted, though they looif! sbiiaes.: This'niaj do for theorists, but '
IOVH her
Dr. Ilawes insist that it is no (reason Mo even lug for his rights. There is nu lack of pat it.isul *
brightness and beauty, point of practice perfectly absurd. Some hough it should be 'death to defend.' A ) with them. On Monday, at' Sumterville, entiy. The Church, the pulpit, the %
'a dew in lie ." ange, and M. : dreaming of secession arid a' Southern other medium is responding with r1tr
Like drops glittering morning ri) felons death' forsooth Mr. Chairman, the here was a Southern Safely meeting, and th every
No, States and nations are not and cannot both ; but there is many an'objection incarnate God himself died the death of the unanimity and alacrity with which they signed ors against Southern right.*, while the

be regulated and governed In their associa- Santa ROKI. scheme, never dreamed of in (hair pl& cross,died between two thieves, and (ho charge he preliminary step to resistance, gave good slumbers, and dream of peace and que''
lions andoIiticaI connexion with one another lected two What, then, shall we do ? Submit against him was treason. Do these gentlemen assurance of their determination to peril all 1'
her of the
: wholly by the ties of lineage, or the affinities like the word. But it is n'ot my pur- imagine that, eloquent and elevated as for country and liberty. My confUence in warn dangers encompi C I* i
Dkde is
of language, religion, and law. No, sirs, now Jo either 'bury Ciesar," or to praise they are, they can attach a stigma to the fate Georgia is unshaken ; Mississippi and Alabama disunion-agitation. In the name w "

there is eomethiug nearer, dearer, deeper nothing has /' The lime fur resistance has not yet of Russell and Sydney ? I have a peculiar are true : and North Carolina will sos.,< is sacred, if the North i is determined tOd'

fctilf| -ib principles of justice, the guarantees It is better to bear with the ills" right tndipise this taunt, and lo hurl back on lain her revolutionary reputation ; and we every thing lo the South-even that ti

of freedom, the assurance of equality, and the OCr Col. have than fly to those we know not of. those who utter it my scorn and defiance. may count upon Florida, Arkansas, Louisiana she has a clear constitutional rght-

I fpirit of independence. Uon| (he tightest of the agitation must cease-encroachment must Whatever of pride of ancestry 1 possess, rests and Texas. It would be treason to suspect worth is the Union I Talk about a ret'
infringement of the Constitution, il is as"per.fectly to the Senate )-for there is a point beyond which the .upon my reverence for one who died upon thegallows' Virginia ;' and, in fact, if all desert us, I trust 1", tnd"/
for States united under patriotic forbearance will not go. Shall who Mr. Webster'sHemp ind sense ofjnstice in the North
._I competent it as Charleston ,-fine paid South Carolina alone will take her stand, regardless thakeit
1 t one common form of government, though people of Florida stand aloof and as'the .' Tax,' who died that 'awkward( death'in of consequences. Her Southern sisters upon ibis to save' the union and ibtis

I S maintaining beyond it individual and independent lection in would say, let it go along, and not. the air without touching the ground ;' one contain thousands of brave spirits who a bWng! to the South_who expect* t1"
4 for nation of high position much about it, or will some dear friend of of Mr. traitor .' who that'doom' 0ItLe '
4 political existence, as *epa- Clay's"1 ? wl would fly to glorious a battlefield. Let the the fice of the present agitation
rated exclusive independent existence, or even Southern ( lay down a platform upon which we which he now threatens' and I here pledge test come and every Southern miin at least, in We lore the ,
in the North T
calculate the value of all stand ? Let the name of Whig and that when South Carolina' command question
antagonist to myself the Army and Navy, would scorn to act in a -
the Union," iu the one case as to estimate the : name of Democrat be stricken from (he that traitor's grandson will not shrink from cause so unjust and cruel, in which they could as dearly as any one, but we cannot'

worth, utility, or benefit of a violated compact, From. the of party names, and plant ourselves obeying her, though Measoti and gallows' reap nothing but remorse. A revolutionary the people of this State to lie down }tt

I league, or treaty, in the other. And if when a common platform in defence of South were hissed from the mouth of forty thousand soldier, shaking with the infirmity of age, sign while fanaticism walks rampant I tbroug&

fully convinced of the injustice or wrong, and rights, and the gales of hell shall not pre.. Clays, and all Yankeydom echoed with the ed first in the Court House-the cheers were land, controlling the ballot box, and
of ihe dangers of its ultimate effects and consequences CoTTtS.' agtinst I'S. sound." long and loud. There was no speaking, the destruction to their rights. To jf

l it is merely a question of time with ed lo : The Hon. I. E. Holmes has been de. lime for that has passed. They moved up insole.nn ing lines mud *
- the injured party or State, one which is lo be 14 J: cent1 for Congress in the Charleston Dis The Merchants and the Union : order to set their seal to a work that arouse themselves, party *

viewed not in reference to the resumption"oreftserted the wcelc a io by Gov. Win' A'k' "ri. The New York Ai'rror of tho I'Jth instant, must be done, at any coil, and determined upon (iterated, and there must be a unln.M! j

rights or power of the oppressor, but STERLTNO Freihbntahd Foole.-llon. C.'Frcm'oni says : vengance.,." the sake of the Union, at Ieatfor'5,1'

: 'i its own. C1VIS. cent premium. published a circular which! has effrctually. TheNewVoiJc merchant, whose pockets The wfather (his morning is cool, and fires the South-H>r the sake of our hOW'w
An i upon the Hon. II. S. Foot the char. arn threatened I by the organization now being hat we hold dear. If the edihca
-. From Cahfornhi.The Steamer PUILA.. CHANT and of a liar and scoundrel, connected with formed at the South, binding the planters! no! are in denianJ. Wo had quite a frost last ble in pieces, the South shotI-1* S* wh
from Chagres, brought
,:.I .. DKLPHU, enl, 00,000 in grW. passen.gri ;dencv, Uljode ?recent difficulty.( -Charleston San. to tide vih a city reprrfcn'cd in the Senate night. r "wn hoai ?is in tK-





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will inert mth froWpl -
(su rtedi f.1Iowiii yrnriP %if'IP.iion ten In) t flp&'cl-t| physical nn.i a in .nil, Nathans. of Jininry, l 1s; for scven'y.fivo dai'arexprrs-..edto hive row nn toi.d a dn1! **" ""plfRdid Oeor ti fat- tuincv, l,9,1S3X 'II. tf Nj :

ami rcclc.MasticHl of thi ,,freteI h.1 tor !Ia. with tyliiIIpi wrll ,rrve llie citizen* of TalJiihss Qnjocytcttberi .
eli l'Mt' wr'llou answers v ill !> n !i! li<: and a private' a political: The rT.r t1at tri'.uite b-i tcn the hire of a nccro The c.i.ahi-r. --- ----- ----
od j tion nf ; and the greAt T culiiv.itiun of the Ions: pfsi'-allv arqu3hle l with! her who H now r>o n pavIt TOT7II1 & HYES3. ; -
tnce'of his call at tie Jr rc'pert.crcljy ; : unless ccraptHed! to do S.. bv lt.JOHN w. F M. SMOOT & T J. 1oLrON.. **** tk .. '
' am'a one than the oilier, produce a disparity that more lideed she ap pared rnre like relation I). BRANCH. October l1. IS'0. 41 5t Watchmakers and JctrcHers

$ Mvin<: t tbemselrr* ihfl l t C i determine! to what irienJ. In ht-r he d -f Ke" >frvicfrinovr :a :
,1i.nCe jitizzVs the* | $<) . 1W.1. 4-3 It TTVlNfl prorarfti | ,

tfe much trouble, while! ut the ham titnit; peculiar category the imlUidiitl lhiirig. Ac'emtmn ansi uautxzin-natnraPy' kind and afT ctionM2Uidcr ----- CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. r Mr !tLLF.T fitu'e.t1y .

IiTa in miking full e uJ corrcdTeW' who i? quite at his east- in the pul. Hie pre-j'-lungrif the hate lamented Jtbn .hy IJotice.ALL BY KILLEE & BROKAT7.iTallahastre. thiitythve prepart-d t'execj'e i
,edite all wnrk in the above lin -vitih prr-reptDr
*il ; pit, is urrrous and fearful when railed ui'm| tu Rice, t Se hTatno ronvince-l oftlic recr >ai T >f living rr1 lit'>r i, 1i'-i'.c. :r'l ter..vq entitled to Florida. anal in Ihe iro"t aii.fa<"t"ft iriiivr. T ouf frt.T"it 4 ,

''*' nfi> address his fellow juests' -it a jmhlic diim 'r.Ifpln .- a new life. 'nJ tinrtly after hi* deith rmbrncidrel'uinn <.n in the etMe: of John M. HrooV,., ';i 'Ti1F t i suh-iribris w M J4 inform their < s dit nf e. en p* Jawftr'ctlr cc n- late of JefTer Conntv. derravM. < lierrbv not!
on rc pneral
ly and the
nrc s public
4H Hrturr hi mini into funilurity: '..uterianChurcli c'. bs forwardtd to na, wilL*** s v -rTO.VLK
In'iitualed) < itti.I l atlaclird het elf to t'iC Pre' tied that their cbini tf'iddp'naM'wi'l! b? I'-rrrd at may
G. \V. IIurcui. I.!., that hey >re re-eivinjc a lardupr>l) &. MYF.SJ5.'If 1 -
13' ith tae! one sphere, l.ut not with tho otlirr.A .- in tii! pLee,Sp'ebr I thellth.I I ISll.nmlvr 1 1 the exriiaMrnof! nvov. r* tram thlate, Mnlextbf? 01 t'ns-ria '* a-'d' Ril slo*;, which they tfa-v 5mtrr.iIpv 2. 1S'bt). :S -' .

Sc14eJM'' : Free (r.Iialiitstit. i'dt""J' nam* i id.i'rh- Iii coiia! e to mrct an cn*-insu.ird > f>rwjrd a irned the (to pc-1 ifChiKthj a 'atre are dtntl-esub'ciiber : ind all prsrrt, fu. ale on the mn<| rei-onable terms, trrirn --- ---- -. TfrjAVRnnhan t; .

: jyjr-nn who itn1 pldeeofnlmde! ons m ban at the ?rilof LU lilt. .nnd; oi1v! walk nndco Ti r-atiin. who bare tinv di"nn(*< i2iin i'd dec iscd, are ci..Iir'r |to b-iv, are rected to rail and rximmeC. To'rvle & T.Tyersj -
? herebv nntirto prcaent then nilh ',t dMiv, and tla at"ck. Qetbr 10. I'0. It ti .
J nf June 18r a\vnsii tills fmiiily. ; p.'niii'p. Lreak down wilh nervous -appr-h'n The death i1>1 t U '" ti aMe Liv t\>* triampnof th 5e iid.'ilHl t<, md d'een.ed are now called upon it !, are ., w r e.4vinr.s Tirrrirlnienl '' .

( bit Ii1tek it niisllauo.) Mini tt'h? attempted to give utterance to :t cum hp relijim nf Jp'i? Christ. Calm art! ;ieictful.he to make imniedittp vfnent foJOvlTTX C. EYRD &: CO., of nOOiT SVitcte.>. ct.n..istirtg ot .
L'ver lar! tiri ,
J V.i'tie fTt-Mon ( Oet.atwr2S. 4-i Sin: .
Jfrinh'E.j WOULD
(,ver >5 ynrsofn e. fear on enteiinu a drawing-room filled! wilhMranseis. Furein><>aJtjpun her arlMy ta'einaeletrd, w! en r.unty, ; .*e Jindurirnndip conntrv. Iht Ihejre slver: 1.ver H.intin; a

'j Mice' '.f Wrili. n--nin;! th State, \vojld call the s-ildi-T .- .' ard at tP'et.i"d frne1v Silver Lev.r An p c .
j eowned. No man aconard the fiimnii>a c. me, t Ml into liii mhracc! witho-il a Just Received and for Sale, now rer ? g opening .n'a'r
Martini \viihitj (lie occupied by S. F. flirney. a 1 irpre ar.d well .a.lected 3 Lnpneair! common lo
rrjtorv, or equnr.1'9to'Juin JSr y.) At. and \eJ this fear 'f s.iciHy is nothing stiu:1e <>r a sroan. The day letore he died, inaroiveHati ] A BARRELS Family Roe Herring, stOck nt .Panct,. Silk; Viii Stvplr Dry float!*, A'tr- G'ntlem'n'g n4 L2de; ro.crt v'n.tij .

r (from J' '> farv thau moral: c-waidice. Whit tn.tkr in wilh her, I ak.'d hr if she felt entire lvi i 4 a ryL5nmFianr* lriatt** />' fJt.. Cap. 'orirnent *>f Ir *n<\ Finjprb Thi. ., GeW ( nerdpvnJ' 'hKey. '

( : % IIIIH ?h(' year 111hi? bold in the field of battle ? He -lieves ly rested Jothe di..f>msation of t'rvidencp.t1itl CO 'a Fxtn and Wettern Flowr, Ita-lf-tnaifr C.'vtbinz, L'mbrrlta, *. H'ocdami llllaia .. a"d Vet C airi. ('ml anal Svt .

over iarh! .f e vrho ran not of refmem-nt. JO a'N. U'H-Wcv TI' C/? ',,j and Crockery, Cl-ir-n and Stone ppic1.r.old; Prr..CIlae4citverS"'Ciaefs.! Geld
jJirs : $ welf tmeq.lal to content it bt his will to call her hence. Site re, lied, I do, I Iam .. 1 .. ..
wjjie.Vhel Lrr c'eaf anJ duinl!,, In ill reline.l i 3nd Q J-iickerel in qmiter", halve, ands 'I'ure, HirJipir, Cutlery, G'WTIT, Hollow-izzrr '!eete. CoTlir coal flnsxtn fl.iIons. Silvet. Prrt. pni
1&d auj In the ode tphere he is Etioit, res-U to die I anxious tu drpuit.! knoW b 'le 'j LF.i.q.
iivicU am barrels, SfC! all o( which they veil! ell uion as reasnnnhVirms Shell ('irl Tav*. Geld nmi' ilTcr Thicbl.-3. fine. .
bi': jncfl.< i'' iot, pa 'per. or c.* sphere he i wenk. Such ime-s'd.'d m"r aie (that I have been A zreat sinner, and have no merit ifmyowl. A large let of S-iap, to be old low bv the bnx. a* any house in the cit1. Purchasers would! Silvi't nd Nfrtr' Ces .

'firhcdulc 2nd. Slave! (Inhabitants.: Nim p not courageous in the full MM>V of the viid., t.'it my hope and trust u in Jesu* Chiist, Alo, a hrs* lit of heavy Dry Goods,"*nd ahrtntlft'K tIn vvf-Hto! call and cxafuie their sterk before purh."ir :at4l. French ManilA C'tka.! TaMa Kiivvs.7t ,.'.J.

f\\f\] ttU"(!. Nnrn'ier of i>Uvex in the They arc timid people. They !lose thirpresencc vicor. > worlb of bea\v Iiooa, besides an extensive >!i rNe'here Ocf"br 19, 1 IS'II>. 41Groccrie. Trav. Plifed and Silver W.te. Silver. TaM?. *.,and TJ r
( fl.Iy: "
ion! 'be lt (Jay f Ju-ie lr "iO. A::e, -ex.dutnh to \vhich they are my a-H'irtinert of roare Hat'', bv" (-i'no'i-: -rived- S-p'iO T'i. -rorR- l.r-; am sob >riip T 9l t ;* p* .
froui tbtfuti of mind in positions Her piety, resembled in that hour, that scarcely October **, 1S51. 42 S S. KNMGHT. :!ie.! Plated Waite's< cn Tea Sts. C ,tor*. Candle- j .

ctjlt. J'ggiivf's! i bliliftpur : inaue not nccuslnmcJ. They !have not emirate tti cn discern, the dep, bioad, phcid: flowing river, 17'''AMILY GROCBP.ILS antt PoVtsoNS! ,for sale iticks, Solar Lampt, Sil f and Gilt GiriKole! .
) & talent In incounler An Entire Stock of New Goods. \ U
meet every emergency.! nor f-alhcr than the babling rivulet. In biddinzlarewell Li bv C. C. BYRD & CO. Aln.fin double bartrllril Gnns, Shot and Cacens

01jijotrSc74iu7t; evry difikullv. They are like th. iIoP.'! with tho e roiind htr the i1rf' them to pr *pdie II t i itr .TE1It A UUST have jut recfivfd per Brig C. : 50 lbs Dried Ttef. llaoq and Click Teas <. and Flaik fine norkl Knir.. Porte Monni, r

3r 1. Prr.Is! (!i.j dring maker who modestly and! liinarmiOy ligviis Jo .1..t A. Joe, 2 largt assortment of Gods, !U ,tsSanoi.! 3 bbU pow.tcr'd Suzar, Port Folio*, Violin. CSamr.ct/i, and Flutes, fine Ucori. .
in heaven I think in lur death there \\ aMl
from the IttofJuae I ? 1J Iii nhe l it t of unut thtcIv.'rdioI it her C )311i.sthg ci 12 \ b!ifc No I Mackerel 5 cras'ied do Strops, &r. '
vbOP O.1i place 1iahr)4Je l at tb* the dicaiirt of a literary society that could be desired n the departure of a cbrinn. iuied -ine, Rrocbc Pot 10bdg> Java CotTeej() Ibs ais'irted Candies, Rt's t fluality and gf ntr.I aqertn.nt of Pprfinnery,' '. -

/. 15"M): turns upon; and then he : J). .fmy Ltnd, Si'As, > Fird, Brehanti, 2*> Laura do 5 k<>"s Gesben Butter, tr.. Lc. TOWLE & S1YER?.

XiascfiieHth wat in tlii* fnniilv.' A;ze, sex, CPtt ragenti ) opens his inou'.h. They are not -.-------- Fu'iied Ci-.bni.-ies, ( Vennhn Silk-, lol-bls Bw'Ur Crackers. 2'i I Ixes fimily Cheese, eptemrer2> ISS'q :'-

color. Free or Mile. Married or nitlo ed.p.ttce 'I!)% iO people, for they wish to be qualified SMITH & DILT70ETK7" I'r.ctte fltnrt1 SiIk L'isln-s, 10 boxe S nl Bi cmt, 3 do aCPatoni, : '

of bu t. The mnmli Jii wliich the j>er.Mid.ed. frin. Theytiny Pain I I- L it>.. Printed He Lainr, In hbh New York I- lour.k Preserves and Pickle, Sight Exchange
; undertake "
for what they! to PCI \'\ atleud' l '" obi.lining Land W.irrant; for rerin nikandcolVneLain and MACON -
tratle.Diieake Clidmii'i Lyone Cloth, 3. lull dr, da do ('urartsCiIonPruriea., NEW YORK. SAVANNAH!,
IVofesuiaii. occupatiuti fir be of original ininJs, ol geisiio. \ I #>( entitled to County Land under the late P. b.l't Embroidered CaaaJ.rxitrr.i, Rmins. ON suit bv }
uf persons iuvian *, Pickht V.i.h.atai 20 I box fresh for sale, fti J-1T.: to 4. a.TUOMAS
or cause death.
sense of the word.-Sii, 19 > I. 42 Sitin de Chine, a 1)tted S'ci Mu4tin October 13. 1'(). 4f Agpnt Marine! Tank. ,

? 4'A. I4 ).l'iriioii! of Agriculture, Arin'. Silki, rittirel r>,> Lace Tobacco, &..c.C. Notice.'a

of owner, acen*. .'r manager ( the furtn.ncresolland. Remember of all tiling living thon art alone DAGTJERBEAH Fi: .tck Gro de Rhine, n.'inandf figured Baiege, ri BYRD i. CO. are now opening and receivinz .
ttnv SKY-LIGHT GALLERY Florence and Oil Silk PUkdf Chine. A YOUNG Lilly, that ha l.aJ several sears expe- ;
halt b Chew Ti/Lacco
and ing
Improved uniinprrtved cash ._.1. 3') bo\ts \es ,
; ; ; made: capable of blu.-hin Coi.sulei, 3) pe f mcy bon'l Rihbon 20 Lnce Ca >e sorlid iualitu-s ii. in-nee, in leachinsj in the South, and iswelfijliil ;
the Lv 50 bcxe Soap, ,
Tilu"! of farm ; tnlueof fanniinr implements iliavoild uhall read thy shams 0,10:1 thy face TilE ubscr and Spanish Cigars
and GintL-inen ot Tallahassee its Mcuiity -
ttd cb-nery. Lire stuck on tlie lt of June therefbro do nothing unR'nefnl.Sallaljasscc that be Ins taken the Uootns over Messrs. Bull 20 pr 'f C..fT, 5C t,e woie do It3 baz-i si.of. Assorted s:7.e 'rer.cI,, aid bp'i in Muic, is Hnd mules milch Liies i Gfaat;, Kid (1-v *, Linen C'jmbrie ll 'fdJerrhicf rainina sitostino in a Sclo. I cr private family.r .- .
1S.V1.: Hows, a ieF ; cows, Pratorius Clothinc tore, for( the purpo c ot *- 2tJ< kesrs Powder in C aid '.5 pound kegs, -* I
& '. "trege.: Silk, DrL'iinea'id M'I|(d Shaw, rnire t ; a Ottin.'. ( > 3.?. I5:0. 4() -
wiuinjroxen ; other ta tie. Sheep. s\\iue ; kins Likenesses in the mo-t faihtollable 10 boxes Sperm Candles, .
Dajuerrean laniartiele* ta omimen.m In eminerite .
Muck. IVfMlucduring the Current.COIIUCCTHD u-d I iuMii.eitlst ii t the I art, beautifully \\ftb a ram Trai'i. and Linseed Oil, Sal.irat'H, as9or} d and Goods.I .
ciltifofl'ne \ tr Price die iiii|> : winch we cfii-r low In all wh ai will call and S'otchnufTs. New Cheap ..
and IL 1 R
Me- Sice' Mrs. Miller's ,
1r.-i t Pins, ,
Lorkttv ,
June 119n the! Jt] 1S50Disliplsof !>ui up 1:1: Monxdil'a-es, OiTtt'ber :2lSZr l ). 42 .
from the Itof \ : tIihit.ns. a.d, Fitgr fliig.; lie ti.iranIir to give a see us. : October 10, ISSO. 41 AM reot-m'-gbv the \Vaci beat oat. I'ice Ih. : the ,reaenl month? a general airortmmt of mcr- "
u rve, corn, :
HATHC'.r.YY.! that has
WKCCLY 1JV G. P. liftti-r Likenrsscit t ban eve i
good if not any
Bonnets Bonnets Bonnets Keratuck ,and J Sea 1'l.ird Baling, Nt, hand.Z" nhiwh I invite ci tticr.Js and the public
of; 1Oi1CCfl.! Ib*. of; {Tinned cuitcin. luies 1 diJil been obtained nerettilnre in thi rilv Me feejos! G UN X Y, : > v .*

:) lbs. erb ; \\uni, |lI.l s. of; jjets nmi l.eanvliu C01'TON-Orrtir.ary to orthndly, I2i <* 11 lificd i-i the aiioie a4t>erli. n, a< he is in fu'.l poe .. JUST rr-ceived per Bris: Ocilla, a 13rze and fnr.ry Yor and Kentucky Rope, for salt? bv ro c1l!t and see. CIctli 7'- .
4t 1'. H. FLAGG. embrace G-v-'xi-t. Groceries,
offered October iy, 1>GO 3! stock Hry *
Bonnet* in :
in the art, rl ment of the peweM style
13J a 13jG Lie l
tf Middling to good middling, ii'ii ol ixincipal iiiiprmtnients
h. )f Irifb l-n-li. ; \veet and R' &. .
o ; polices po. of leg, Fardsare, Ciockcry, L'sssi"; >|>e.
ii: t a KJJMidlling octb ii chtmic.ils and olhcrvMse. His pictures, ::!: this rnirkrt thi- eaonconi-ting
; wMj
Middling, -
iitoe b-ivb. of; larler fmsb. or; iick\\bea1|{ 13! 'i be Tulip Braid B>nntt- / Cnn .' S.itin Hopn t ASH ADVANCES n>*ion Cottoa snipped T the Ladies I vil! exhibit a beautiful c' Ulecthn :
lair. viill seen, are I
Ji'jkh. of; valu: ofoiclurJ, pr< il'it' I in d.'i1.Lr' Fair Liozi1a. !. t-d bv none and f rjuaUt-d but b} ft-w, -iin Album do ) Scr.Ilupcit'dI'Iure.cedaIngIil t<> lioi'uwk & Nelson, New Ycrkbv cj Silks, Safms' Pfiinrtb e-?. Par?*'?'*, .
October iy, Is'jO. 41 F. H. KLAfOi Sea- ( VtiU vvc.,&.< ,all ur.tisscll*. ,
do 'apesVi4ettts, --
of loe f ,f tnnk 'ij H true. D..nta !, doRic 1)rab:
:wine, clou! ; v i prod:ire GIUM: Fair Thi i iumoito, in> pictures gt.e|
IrJtler Ibs of cheese !tI! < of fJ.y4iI flAGGING-tusny: Cloth, 19 e M Tl.e cui-ciiher s has, -l conil1tr3bte i cx 'ene, ft t.d! AHni d., Fr.'rrh! Lace dnC -. 1 lw for. '-a.h. ; .
rdcti ; ; ; C Satin Br Knnts do o JU6J'HE viv ;(..!. H {'et %ftti* Mr. I iL: :(; s ard Mr. -
) 17 obtain skv tislit lr ina'oove California Si!rawd< J
Kentucky It a ui, lii apailioenls; I n as to a ; <> .
of; clover eeed, lm h. of; other!! urast > Diodee, VI a 2<) 1 i.<>cd ti'.t tell! the patior.s of the nit t hi t il Florence Fraided doBl'k Chiria Pearl do s'lbscri'ier ha< made turtber impru\emer.N liain-. i'av :K a 7iaitani J will a-niurr titac. .

t't'4! ?J'JpI.' of, ; flf.p His of; dew rotted amiVer a1IL1fld, 1. a i ju one ol I ilio piear! ..t dditioii*, a< I Ihe light fioniabo Florence Jqj'l.c i ? l Ac ( Fav do 1. on tieu! fiins, and a$ they are now madf, ba< non. THOMAS HAY't.VRU..

rotted Ii 'inp. ton* of f each ; Ilix, Ihs of; (BALE ROPE-Noilhern, 'Ji a 10 'e i N coitCftitraltd on the cib'i n.iiimand better
of .Fk J'IK' f Kentucky a It) which is 1rn1'! \\ilb any lint of ii-iit- '?tiet.i1 1Vrcata! gnd \hatfver. The Cotort. alw, will a .
fluked, buOi. ; rocot)n' ; uri.l tbe Girt than E.eady-madc Clothing and Saddlerj". ,,
: : Nca.rk Liverpool fn>r> -e >
.Manilla. 10 a 20Cottoa Thiri i more UM< \\bin I (at iilit and jrroiij s are ta- Okti.btr29.lb50.' 4i i price in .
> H j#r. Hi? ot ; cft.e njisr, lilids ol I,ODDj'n ) Line, -M a 25JO ken. The I citi7eu atd paitic'ilarty the La '
; n' li kes. Dillons of; ljee-vvtv ami binrr TIVINE-Ikmt, J (4 2 )!} invite! to call at his r4.ifli< and i i.ttninep Valuable Negro for Sale. !i.>w thV e>tiinjiii'ii inhtch they are held in this a JUST:;e .*i | U Riez.y-rn'e Cctiiig atad Saiidttry -

11'> of; \aoe! of iitune.inad* matsufjictur.nk -: a fjQIhtna ( > <*circt-iif. 01.1 1'iriurph cleaned and put uji i; in a stlea Negro fe'inared about txventy-fou part ct ths cuur.try. hicb are i Hrred to the pnMic u tb- rno treasonable

: vilin* of auinial > Nu:'fi'h. CiOCERIE-U.scon V' a U'J m ncei to piefccrie them from ((a-Iinc* I Iha FOR and \\ elI mail", a capita! hind in a Tui t trtn hUlR &- RUST. .1.

Itelates to manaHictorScs ; :-ijto, "J rf 8 it 'rnmoutsin optral<<.n, with a hplcn- ;itnI in. orchard and a coodcooprr. Enquire of t L! G.rhOr.NCcvvo F'a.' ?cpt. 20. lI l-.''. Orher! 12. IS'jO. 40

Shoulders, 7 a 7Lud did stock cf injteiiIs.] undi'r-isrnet' at Montirello.Ouob have bf-en running one of Jarotl's Improved McCjr jA
SdzJu7c 0/A. To8oci.u htatis'ic 1U a J2JP JOHN R LLOYD. r 20' ls50. 42 WM. C. CL.\RK. f.> 's R ler! Cms liar imrthan I t 1 tee mcntl.?, Receiving from New York,

Tbi t5iv.tant;! niit*>hal Las also been ap. >>ik, clear, a N B. Instruction. KUMI in tie art, accoidinc! t ;ind have. in tbat tirnegiin.-d out a Iar%.* atncunt t.f FULL J-* .rtmer.t ot Staple Gcods and Grce. '- '

Me*,. SU a 13 tlielati'bt imprtiv-merit.both in ebcrnical'. it'1 ot SHOE>, hATS, AND CAPS, just n .""i-tton with it. It h.M given me rr> trouble, and I .tl rii-s. coniting in pjrl of ., -

painted iC'Til to receive nulisciijiliitiis! in aid of Trine, a .'.i-e. October, 1S5042 3m BOOTS and for sale bvGF.onrr. nXel'M notitije with it. I bav aUo obtained tbe Frown Snutm j and Shetti-s<. T1 a

(b* completion of be U'asliing'onk'l ? M : Uutli1, ro/rNoithern, 9 a 10St. n BESTWICK. very biihest n-atket pii i'e in Liverpool for rny Cotton Bleached do.
L>uii, S7i i a a Piaster's Sals.BY October 20, 1S50. 42 (><>ui thn Gin. 1 ai:> much pieaed -.Mlh be Gu>>>, V:of>d and WilLow \Var*. n...

prrsons subscribing one dulUr upwar4h Ohio. :p7 a S virlue of a Derrein djiiit; in Len Circuit and re"OKiaetd them to the public. \V
are rniitiedtoa ban.lHtmvly! engraved c* ttifi.f4terriHM Meal, itM aCorn 1 Cfurt. made i-i the ca' > ot Aiuuiius 11. Lauif-r, R. B. HILTON, JAMES MI MS.G : Faricv and Comn--i Snaps. t t

tin ilien members of the \*abing.t a Kennt-th P.enibiy and the Union 15jU i'.f I'lonJa Attorney at Law, Tallahassee, Florida. Sperm and Adanan'inc CandIi-3, -.
14 a 1CLAguira COCNTV. Fla.f Sept 27. 1S-V Ilrmvn ar.d Loaf Suar, .- .
C.ffeJv3, the .
rs. Noah M. Maitin and others, lowing prop O.jinis f Ltid und> r \r i5EV
"VT B. He will >r .
n National .Mouunient, Society.ApprAfing : 1 a eity \sill Li nflVrpd at imblireale.! in legiI brrr*. he- IN the-.ate BoULt prosecute Land Rill for a mnden conperiHjti.m. hereby certify that I hire ginnedieventv bln Nai-i.i! Stai4t j l Ci/.it, assorted Candies,. .
Ilio, a 12i } .iand Cotfi-n vvitb Jarott's Improved M.-Cjr- Ilh>. L 4uira, and Jva CoEee.K -
tuntbr Court 1 Ilourif( in Th1ahaee, on Mo.d.! : the Or'rh-r 19, 1 t"'n'. 1 nf Sea > .
Libera.'io.i of A"b.tjaf.I'! Candles, S. enn, 50' a O'iTllow. scT* Pecf-nibcr next, viz: .- h:>' flir:, a J tiii.L! -.JJvfijr and 0:. .. -.A .apy ,I } evtcky Bing an.1 P.a! .

will *, lec'illecu-d thai the pf, no J ditrin .vbcbThe IS z V5AJjinantine Part of Lot No S7, n the citv cf Tillaliae, on Coopers Coopers Coopers n ny arconnts,to any other 1 have ever tried. I be- ape, FIa-ur, EJCOU, Rce--nznr-curHl: Han.s. .

d detain a the east slikof Monroe street, i.atx-t.vo (Vet teve. rfs she are now rnciP i they will g've' en an Liid. &C. JOHN ilcDGUGALL. ., .
Tuiki b (in\tnitueit agn < to 13 a 15 HHH K vibsrribera now offer for sale a new and'crnL three !.an- ( .4IPP .9
Suzar, Loaf, Iron', by eighty f rCt iiid.'oih -dfiele.iile lot fur bti. aYeraP, mr three m' tith .mlhnnf lepair. ? .
Kosfcuih Hiid bit in nrJer tu 13 of N, cnn !?tirol
) Citmpiiniong, ptciy Crushed, u I. pl.t? asvjrtment CooperT; died pounds per diy. GKOUGE A. CR003LQCINCT.

: the .tUtIi.LU anti Uubsian! tiovernm iMR, H-o. New Orleans, .It) a 11 A1o, tin- Vest halt of Lnls N
v.i one jear. The lime fishes during the Florida, (1 oriirinsl pUn ot Tal! ha- >.fe ; on \vl.irh there are a La triers. Crow 4, Wo'wl Stocked Broad Axes, ai : Florida, October 10, 1551.T'i ['I lIE auh.crihi-rq are receiving by the SuwanI. -
Iticr 6} a & Bract, Chim-ie'ii. Il'iWilUn. Holl >vvinloop XVa a.aniJ ' .iels from New Yieik. .
d rlling h.ue ai.d other improkt-m ron : lo certi'v that we hne examined the Gins ree, i <> te a
mih unJ llu- V4e111)t Cabinet ate convrnienl > H
j { ja COTTON GO3lc-Ocbiirz. 4-4, Vl\\ a 14Oibuug frui'in f "s 11.1 ivirt-1 Po'tt aul Otmtf.n fc'reeH.Al Heaini, I'.ickmz, and fave I.nv.s tar John M Jarolt.ot thi phce, commonly known a full s'iek of the above, whicb, added to their ptespiir. -

now ejid<*a\iirinz ti> procure i'i$ exieiiston, byfc.tin | aoJ J, 11 u 1SripeJ. 'o, one N -2rooinai.. narrl I Fjtzi, thriy jcarn O't.,ber 10, 'S'0. 41 HCITON &. HIGG as the McCarthy Rollei Giofor Sea IsUnd Cotton,) will comprise every article usually wauled in t '

;; t-dr r\d,\ .tin! haveee;) tnp arr.e ii t peratitn.Ve do n t Soul he in inaiket.

confuted: fioin il.e dite cf l hii u taticir11on Jn/ing, Urown: 10 a I2jBlejched. Tt-inn-Canh.: Pun b-er< to |av lot J."sifr'! titles. NEW GOODS. t'.tate ta #:nv that, in oir nini\ "n, the cotton pr Great care hiving brpn taken in tbe s'leetont1ey'* -

to A'ii.i The Tuikih Giv *tn, 12,1.I.t2S \\i ju>t re- -ived\v p4p pireti fr market bv this Gin! i* cleaner or pr1aare.l will prcpaied !.> i>tTei! ihrcii) and r< irJr* tra'!a L -

and '.tl"d) be Uluc, |, 12 i o IS O'J taher 2", 1 S5(). 42 7t: .Master inKew ('haneerv. ,' lrani New and New Orlea-i' a Ijrze at rh in bc-lttr -t'te! than from( ai.y Rollt-r Gin we art ac- an a.rtcett, of STAPI.n jd"FANCY GOOD:' .' .
dctnatvl. luve
: ;pp* to reprc Cotlonatif, lii a 3') .e! ct ctck <-f all I tlie Co .di tint are required in t lmjrket l P iiaintel with; We d.i not b. lipe that thestaple i".if which in vjiiely. style, and 'jnaiiywiU nol bcr- .

iiative! tif prune? and Fnni for their,. Tickiai' 121 a 25 Goods.JUTT H* woi:M rll\ the al'ei'Moii, of| hs cutoI: .; all injured by "Jid Gin, and think rnt?.- n from pa .ee n> this irark.raod -ell o.i an iibeial terms,as .

I'iiiMii uiih re pect to it. Meanwhile, U i: Gtorgia r ir, ,, $1ii) a 1z5.S.tliIZ,1iiWn,441r ; C.' to !>r\ fi'iixU) 5.1k ant Faiii-v Gord-., the rx "ill comajiid a- much as any .thet Roller G'n any. cstabulto! in the cii>. -
fioin NV-.v Yoik und New Orlani
10-4 10 u 33 riTHtet oj t tne Ia'est s\tte f'-r Gent's wear, EUILER & DCNHA.M.Xl .
been l4k ,
niJ. in.'aHiirej b.ivt i already <*n to procure birrt-N )Flour.Vt CIt liit.Z % Ltver.
4'i .
IJartltfl'ernweit Shirting, | toj. 6J a lijKtafjfd.3l Frf-.lronble Hat!. Can* and !Uinnet SM \\LL'.VOOI GIBSON &. HARRIS.! SepPTr? boy 2S. tl t ,
a |Ilaave for the refuge*** on l 4-4, 10 u 2U kej* o !if i> Itnltpr. SHoria id Giitei* lo'GfRts and Lidir-|

\es6fl, either to England or A CASTINGS JE.LG\D-Suj r B iler 31 a 0.s 5 b rttU Macki-ifl N"s. 1 2. and 3, Gent's BIK>IS, ml La1jt' Silk and Giri hdin L'n.t:relJj5IVrfumrry Land for Sale. '
'a : f Oieol tie ub* veGiii can be seen at Mr -
2'i IriOi Putatoe* ,- !
rnr1CL a tbey may de&he.Tns (;uL > *M Mf t 54 a iJriizron > S"ap, Ihir I Brushes! Tool h do 'T'HESEirJ! SUjoJ -c27inTl.R srd
q 'tarrh C. '.ViU ,tore in Tdllaha-tsee They are war-
Oiui. .n -
; P.'pir,
Th'.tfI, ah Turk and ;Zj i 'e Combs aat 1 Shell a.t.i Htrn, orders attended JLV.., cniaiir : Ii :lv acre, well onUrd, and
All prompllv
An i iC'liilfitian LtaJ. Sl.u-t, 9 a 10IJir Sjiit i' ., Ham., Lard, ratted lo perlorm ut-ll. thi- ( of Taital'aiK.e. .Aprl lo .
ELECTION-xMKUCO.: .- iiil"fli.z: n Lidieii Mritillw, ('trW patterns,) JOHN M. JARROT.Qtinrv. dj-vimn tty !
Il1f Frenrh) Ira'u1 to. '
1i"' ,
s a 10 "K )
; A IU1C.
IH.VI. Ti9
and Cull J'.rojans.Ilarrtw October 5.
: p-BiJiuj in Ciovvasxtilvno ui'.illowb sal.tlaVhick Oic Rat Kii October 1. SC5<>. 41 7f
I IRON. STHEILA NAILS-S.ved?. Iron, fi| a > v, Cr >ck.-r and Iron and Steel,
conccruing the Mexican election: : .Inerica. i1 a 6 !S lt, Hdj.f and! Hi.jrIZ. 4tc. and L Oil. r.h.! ar'd PuMy$ For Rent, '
Pail I "The election appear* to be bully ctiatesle a' )hoop ami b nJ!, 7 a % ALSO, Jv-rriade ri.>thinz, I I.VIkPSS cut a-id vp'ii. bt NTaiUand Br&ds, r1HE House r.n'c ccctipiid by the ordernedtora -
between eleciiu Slttl. Cast, a 31 Fin lre' Co*!* and Paqts, iny abjure tmm the bot-ks and .
AriM-i. and A'nviule. The will t
,': Krr'r>8, Wool I Hatsfiack"niths DURING tci; .1. ,' Sfcreanct Dwelling srt.ntrd
G a I* Ov r Coa'HV.iii, Shirt. are in c1arg.tat J. L Demilly, who i i- ; .
noan, Tools ; be Te .
; t.a! w'icle
of rillier it vure to briiig a nivuliiorU ; and Caijient.'r's, ta part of a tray >.ired. -
Bii .Ur, a 12 ALO. atiew arid fiif-rnl 4oitnintof I'Jrj Good* Che authoiu-\l to receive and rrceipt for any mnie due C. HOC.Ortcber -
and Green Tea, ?e, to A.
Pourhon-j Apply
Almonte ciiher
other lidatis
or ot the can *- a law
F'r M41a.
1Iiid..trt'&c. Pfptonswi-lni-eto liquidate
.V Potatoes ,
elected, Ari. ta \\ ill pmcluitn the inir.peitfrncp \Vrt-udit. I't a 15 GEORGK II. UESTWlCi! G.te'B'ickcls.> > Riii'ir Tub"! Churns, Sieves, their cUim before my rtuin, can do so by calling .1.1S50. _ _ .

of the Republic of the[ Sierra .Madre.If .- LQUOIVINCS< Ocloher 2o. It'iO. 42 Facon Sid s.Shimldef.'u dr-cured I H nr on the ib-'Vt named gentleman. Very Fine Mulea.j .

A ri'a. i is eJt-cieJ hU unjujjenu uili onriouncc BranI Cocniae, r $ 5 a .L5') SjH.coar! >e and fine-Lri.f ai'd brrmi Su ir, October U, 1"'>". -11 S. F. BURNHY. qr! 'criber eives nrtie that aboct the *0tjffrtrt ,
a; aiii5t; tim, under the pietest tint h.* Sani.h I'eachi 1.01 a 2 4JApIle Notice.LI4 potVare.: t Wilbi-A- Ware Gla-< Ware, Bagging, dec. .1. ,' he will have-in Tallaha nrea lufofjQ .
ban) zJ1flI 4 peton- bj\in. demvt'li asair! the catat. f NPW York and H tree me tifg&L1 j and force to pro. ISa I.5'jJJ7)2l Ca.I i.C rt'ST cpiml and frr al ? by C C BYRD !i CO, ii.
1J-'-e \\liis. late of Leo'i Count v, d.eraitd. SadJies.; ll Tnn \Vliipi ars, JUi.W.. it.1MIli'.
curt !Lia election." Maderia, I (Ja 1.00P4)1 will !or tent I then to th. u.idor ismd wilbi'i the i time I (Kiub'irir*. plain andi'riped. heetinz", I S.OO1) yards Gunny Dashing, October 1C. 1 >.*>.J. 40 '*-.

1, 3 (.01 a 4.00.4a1aa ;pre-rutM-d by I the -.titule t ,or I ibis notice will be pl.anin Shitting-, !Drill) *, Ci.fon Yarn, 1.tttatiietry *. 3.000". '. I> n.e? do ----- -- .

Mr. William Burdiik, sf N'eupr.rt, !It 1. p -U I.IJ'J bar of thir n-ro\erv. LookinGlas-e-, Tin Ware, with a variety 2,51))' K.nt"ekv do CITY halE #
('JbimpaVe. (bake4,) II) a 2) lo eiunier. le, 100 toil Kale Rope,
while choked JOHN( R CRUMP Quilifjcd F.tecntor. of other articl too numerous
Jj, p r en UYduewJay, tI.tIrid 2 5i a 3 01 i hatir rented t thi lar _
(Jill, far crrdtt. eath. City 20'Jtb-i! R. Twire. tria-rsint( ,
him elt with October 21, 1's0. 44 8t which he offers bw approved irzing rlaE
> wf beef neuk He -
a '
piece .
boon American, : ) a 5Jluni f.Cotln-i,Tobacco aiy country produce. October 19, IsW. 41 a '> -'nol oi3e:' tab iiiiliiLirnrie'latelT -

becatna u-fchlebj!, t ruzglc'd % ie lently, and JE1-iic?, 3 )0 a $..0)Anwrien Notice.GENTLEMAN October 19, 1S.0. 41 ; Vest of the Capitol So.uare. .;

became fiit black and then pile in (he face 5) a 7.5H7iiey. Blankets, Kerseys, &c.IALES the city ad l Tallabass-e, and Sttrd it up jcaflIete{ .- _
Nonongihe1. I .0' vi 1.25Cnoimoi. 4 and his Lidy, v.ibins to-pend t.nIeriber, are recejin.t thiir n- is ready to accoinmodat fla'a'der fl.tln :
TJ.TUF iJ o'der. now
a'ted ize-i & _
P.ljtik"t qumiiLie ,
and hiteI.s. Medical aid Ncsro I
perfectly toon re. ;
atl. I the in Middle Flnila! d,> .itnitioiiin
31 a 5() \vuitei sire a C Fall Stuck of Goods comptism everything aid mc f approved sfjle i f i.iela'nfnefit.;
,.uil BUnkeN.ido best
awl Uo
I 11 1/4 e
to ,
moved the obstruction, but the pu'sa' btd ceas'd 12.'ia 1.So i sonie fimilv, wl ere a portion of t the in>e of one, Gpr.eacb tabl >
)ILS & PAINTS-Oih, Spesin, commonly needed by the Planter and hi4 farn red blue and cr.l'd ifocanaw Having the advantnse oP l->rrtf and c .nifi>i \'itl. '
and he wan pronounced dead. Artificial Lard so a t.iJTantier.a' or tnth, of Ibetn may l.e rmplo\ed in Teaclnng. and they respectfully; ask their patmns and tht 6 do green l.>rs and suit* 4 of looms, he will he pearvd to accorr.nanKite -
ily, Blankets, r
IIIPtnI 1,1.retois life was reverted lo, cold 'S ';o a 751.ini.ieJ They will give inatiuction in Mjlhematic-i the public to call an-1 examine qualities\ and prices Keraeys, ashcrtcd prices families and luruiih a serarate t-blr ; _
1.000 1.25Cabttr Naiurdl Science, Drawing, &c., Getuun, French, McNAUGl' r & ORMOND.NewIairt If pieces Negro and memberof the ore can be provided w stttr .
water w.n duu d >ni hufice, artifi'Til' : res.piraiioi 25 do riar.e ,
up _
arid in four \ncient I.ati.UaZe
a' 3 3.5tJfl7ail $ ( arda
a 0. 41 > ; .
October 19 Is- pariies.aythe rJapreer
> fancy and solid colors- < 'arate toriiifir in .
w.m atlempted; and hva bled fiee.iy. AdJu-s A. U.. T IUhas&ee.Ilrfrreiieti 50$ do Line>,
Lead, i'o. 1. 2.5 o2.511'ur. & s.ilebvOctoNr I pirale tabU- also, a1: any hotir. taj Stilt their cou-
After the Lvt had been done cHIIcU1uS. 2.5 a 3.tfjCiron' -lion. Ju.Jge BAlt7.ell.rr M.len. Na .b, -Provisions. Now openinsf and C. C. BYRD TO venience. .
> 41
lies* wab so Idanly restored, he rained hislieaJqiickly 't'elnw, a IUbjH-ee.. October 2( 1S.IJ.! 42 dShuu'ukrs.. t li The )nder ir-n d, intendir lo ue every n>ear in j

bis !" (;rn. a SLACKS Bacon Side, 1 Hats 6tc.r hi*) power to keep a s rd house, and to render IM-
pointed to throit, and sai-i ;'mi To Plant era. fuirr-cured Hams, Caps, sitisiacticc .
Puti. -a iue'Is con.lnf tali'e.' arid give general *uliciti -
After the veru helming fe 'linaf kuilucationn'I .tLT-Livcrpn.4, fi.w, Qack, 1 2.1$) fpHH ndep.ien J h-ive jut recriveJ their Fall 10 Barrels Mew Pi-rk. )A DOZEN (boys *d taens,) fjncj colored CaliwU a liberal pi%ronas -. .

irnpcivlin ; death Mr.! Uurdick had no iec. lik, I ($i a j.5110CACCOManuaciure1 L feiipplyot Plantation Good, which they I oflirlor 20 superfine Flour, forma HaU Theie are CCK d Stables attached to iV.e pr, Eiv..

lection! .f any painful urnoatmt:, or of any (it 1 11 a 62Flotida Htleon aetoinint4itii.g terms, consisting in part 5 kix" L"af Lard, Whi-key.- 2 d zin Union Hats, latent tjle, I.'bit:I. will be well suppht-duml properly attend! t.v. _
barrels Rectified Mole Skin Hal <,.fine and latest .tdc t ,
tic 10 do ;
Cigr Lef, lit quiI. 15 a 35Seenod of fultwing| : 2 C. SDLLIER.TaIUha .
the circuin\t.ttice4! waich occurred, until after quality, 30 a 25IrluIIir Jilaiil.tts; -London, DulTil, Mackinaw, avd Grey. Landing troni Schcaoncr W. R Pettr, ard for ale CJ do mens and b>>)dSiilv, Glazed, and Clot! W. October 12, li 50. 4U 7c_

he was bled.) : His case should lie u warning a .vis-alt wool and liea y.Ji'tistjn bv McNAUGHT &. ORMOND. .'ap*. For sale by '

against too soon abandoning -llirli lo IttL4bre ;UNDflIEs-1Iids, dry S aTatkw Washington, stri'p t d and Goorgia. Newport. OrfobT! 10. 1 *>50. 41A1 October 19, &). 41 C. C. BYRD &, CO. Notice.

life in limtlar instances sudden death. .7 a ) LtnryfMcy phids and plain cf.lms. -
under tlve
E- MAXWELLV K EEAliD, tier. ti fore -xrinj
Pensions. cnpartnrahip
A and
11eeiwa Is a 2'') Cotton ot.nabure<, bro\\n t.liirlmss, prustK, flannel*, iJounty Lands '
Ttr1viiljnc, 5I) a bandkercbiels, shawls, and wool hats.atidalar GENTS to pri cure Patents (lor pcroas entitled made arrangements will! I name and firn ol CLAiKE: i. NTILLMAN, mIbisddy
SINGZG.-.We find the negio cps I "TMIE undersined, having '
following oen.tible ot di ved mulital consent. All
Act peransindtbltd
Lands undi the vent Congir >9i> by
Powder 70'j.Shot Mock oftuio.ettg. hEIR &. RUST. to the Cut I
k'g. a
ohserration in a Northern vdvrre11ite October 20 Ib50. known as the BOUNTY LAND BILL." Any I J. a competent and experienced Agenl ; I to the above tiro, will pVase make an, erly 14 14L .
S a 10 42Groceries. \Vasbjniton, and being h'rIvided with U I tb hi
t and all ha via* iatrusagimst
will receive their to the underpinned
their ;
to iinging the claima entrusted lo care ; payment
among jonng. 4lta11, 1(1 a 121erbestwIhlc3 provd at.d re<]U'site forms, v ill attend to the colertion the firm will then at tht> rftruesl .
present /
All children can learn to sing if they commence ) prompt attention. uf Claims by Powers of Attorney for BtnmtIjindi \ L i4
TallahasseeOct, tt'jO. 41-tvr (Sent) convenience, at tile Sine foimeriy wvujKtj bj ,
in s-a&on. I Jo not bay thai allvtll 'a 1'lain, 14 a 22Jotaloep' B\RRiLS: and 10 HaJI-bbU New Yoik and Prnsititii, and Claims for Looses and Scrviea Clarke AiStil!iran. AS.B.. CLAKKE.

)havelbe tame sweet v..icc oflhe niphiiiigale lrih, . a .dO Western fl..ur; Macktnl No-rl end 2; Butler Flour Bacon, &c. : upon; the United State Government. 'rallepia-iseeJuhv l.lbV. Oct. '2. 4J 'j 4'
Svrt. a and soldiers of the \\arol 1S12, orcf an t5
Choi- Alcionds Candy Raisins B Officer-* ;
; ; ; ; ; con
-fir tome have tia'urally sweet, mild and bolt J'iatiMackerelNo. I t6'a sidi H, ulu.nlJeis und nngailcurcd llama ; Imckw |; IUST received per Schooner. U. Pettes from New if the Indian wars since t"'JO, are entitled to Uonnt, A.B.CLARXEI i-t '

voice* when they lak! \ hile othem fcpeak in No.2, liifb Potdtc.en; Codfish ; Onions ; Rice ; sugar, butler J Orleans Lat.di under the late Act of Congress. For service & fLLMA1I) '

loud, ttrong and inasc'iline toneb. The kameU Co5iih, n'ne.Muilet and Hi>da C'rsckt-rn, lor ale by 10 barrels extra family Flour, Albion Mills, rendered, a moderate compensation will be charge (FORMERLY CLXHKES

true in none.Bitrr Oclobir2G, 42 HEIR & RUST. 10 do f'lferSne do upoiidviivtn of the vtanaU or the amrnnt collect *? TTAV1NG pircha'ed the interest cf >,fr.frt 1 ,
regard iniiig.In ; ,
( cshien, 31Cotitsy Sugar Cured Hani, Bacon Sides pd. I>. JIIUGUC.. 1JStUltran in their old business, c'.u te ,1

(lermany every child i h taught to out' its 20 a 25CseeGmhn Hats and Caps. Lard and Lard Oil, Western Butter,' G. W. HUTCHINS. _!. f,'und at th *i" old s'a-id on Mi! >nit* -tf yirett.wbere .

toice uhile oung. In tleir! K-hools) all! join 12 a 15 Assorted Candy. For ale bv Tallahaee October 10. 1S-V 41 he will receive in a few days frou> ew Yoik, ,fi _

in *inging. as a regular! exceicise. us they at. Pine scppIr. lt a 2:. HF.IR i RUST have just received per baifc Ocil- October 12. 1S0. 41 'A T. HOC. o e'l the mot complete asotn'nts it Jltadmtiie .

tend to thg of and in their .MoIawi, ?'rw Orkan,, 35 a 5Counlry 1 a Urge stock of bats and capg, consiating itt Carpeting, etc. C/cl&iKg and Gentltmh' Faney Cwdr

Mudy geography ; 20 a 30Soap. part ntBlack Guns. ever oflred i-v tbu market. Alo, a genera a*torlment -
Pourcheitbe i confined choir and white bearers Men's and Thav,.' Cloth ROLES two and three ply Carjeting o],
not to
singing French
Extra No. 1, 6 aflo.1 opening, 6 two barrel Purnnsion Patent 5 of English, and EtlteM Cloth* _
UDO sit apart from the others, peihaps) in a 'ila 7 data. glazed Selelte Caps, NOW Guns. 3 do dv tai B ysGuns. 10 hpiJJome Hearth Rujs, for sale Llack and Fancy Dnc*' ina cntl (7 rr*. Elae&.. .

corner of the Louie, but there is a lafet tide of ?:1v3' flread, JO a 224 Drab Black biusb and w do lite brush do' Meti's and hats bo\s' Pear [Oct 19.1S50. 41] C. C. BYRD &. CO. October 2 pieces 19, Green iSO. Faize 41 Carpeting C. C. BYRD, & CO.hv ansi F ueieJ iSVA, Satin, l'a nft-and Vtlntt I _

) Fportinp Ve-sti.gshich lie is tb
CIC1CttI 12j a 15 prepared manulacture st ,
vR e'n? forth to God from ***** bean Fa.b super moleskin do } Black Jbrush Sombreros, SalHHEIR a
the shot tent notice and }ta the'moM
*)l bat Tea, Black, &(J a 1s) Bonnets &c.Black approved style.
) utterance to this Horn the Drub Hearer do J 'a "Ca 'iineredoEt ,
language '
Gr.en The community xecrratly rrtpectl'iill
so a 125EXCHANGE. have received Bark Mora, are requested
& RUST jus' per
aoul. >) wool Sombreros i a' 15-Ui'j doChildren' which they wilt sell at the } Uraid Bon-? Florence Bonnets to- call and examine mr stndc b'oie! pUrchisitig eNewheie. j
sack SALT, 1
cloth Turban '4 OSIer do China IVil di I
LPkrtI Children, ing Jft| Ring, wl;, sour wi,0t.Vld ] ., October 26, 1550. 42 lowest market price. _October_12,_IboO. 40 Crimp new atin, nonneto. Silvered Wreaths. atialiajsi-e-- October! 12. 1S30.- 40 ; t4. V

) before the l' atd istie.tthtty ) New Voik +
f 'd' Jt n par a I prem.a' Allipi and Tulip do 15 dz French Artificial Notice
sboulddothe Nc Oiln It Notice. For Rout.MrpHE Boxew. ,
same ; and alwavi.rjr. Drab and Fancy do 5 do Band a
'vh angry fengs) rise .Id and Sicr, 11 it 2 montbc after Je Ir dwellinR' part of the Brick Building (I,) For >-al& bvTT'LORENC T HAVTI Just arrived from Virginia ilh t ne han.JL -
breast cunl hteal.I1kdtjifl will be rti Tulip
your SIX | rtred NLGKOKS for sjlr. con istin? *>f a general _
Adams and ,
of Clmtri
C. 15YRD
d C & CO.
checi the coiner 41
114cm Honorable of Pri'tiate fcf Jt-JTclcoi i Oc'ober 19.1S5.J.
by Judge i ;; *
iinging sweet an:! cheer."aL FREIGHTS.Jetton commonly known as the Bartlett ortmnt.?. 1 -jrtt tnrcld sfiiittat, Mrs. PonderFiitbilia -. ;
(' the nnderitin-d. AiminIslrar iii G*rrc -
by < ( (
o'at| hous't and Lake. Any perion t\i ; purrhan. __ _
E1li.d.rcat'd, ]ste: cf tiid for discharg* flildtnith all the necessary |inprsvements. < C. C. E"iTD & CO.
Yctk Ib Cointy ,
to t f7e / pet -{ The houte ba* recently bttn lepairtd. wilt have the ncgroe'i fttta their home without
There ;. .!f*furem-nt, lo N'tw York, pr foot, 10 I'tciRi ssid aIn.inistrtirhip. at tt.i Oet.Se1teiit.ier 'TIt L n'ske ve rj lib -ial advance ott eoon any trouble a K. G rONDUt.; I a)

ILt1tftIIC ii ut't'&t "<.n being 1bht ,
a,. ) *. f I." Caui.ty October I5". 4 eu i'a I _


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etvtaSTAEILITY -r.bT1.:

Tax Colic dor's Sale.BY -SECURITY-PERPETUITY. Business (Tarts, I tjjcil 1 bicrLiccir.tiit STATE OF FLORIDA; J In Leon Circuit (

virtue of the power tested in roe bv law, I -- -_-____- .. .. 3100 Hrxvard.W IN- CHAERT COt.
hat .zpose for tile, before( the Cit House at$ $900,000. LEWIS & .
AMES State of Florida. r.a M. Hunter
Quincy in Ibf County of Gadsden, en Ihe crond'of THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. A Jnvmigrator ot Artbt5
Uo y April Det. the following Uwciibed pro- UCALEBS IN GADSDEN CIRCUIT CQL'RT-IN CII.t NCIRY- Hunterdttea. J. ,

j pert v,or to onch thereof >l will pij the State and OF > wr YORK-.NO. 35 WALL *TMN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS OIL?. George T. Himey,])) %% CItiam ,-

s I County Tat dae thetenn tot the year 2800. and rcr AccumoUted Fm d. K ov st, 14'. S jO.. Toilel Articles 5*. f (Jill fi.r Divcrre.Eliz Barney ad other,, ereduten tI 'smd
beccsttTT expetitel iocldsct thereto, to wit thcL' 'Ml, $i. nrclv invete'I ia Dcnds and Mcriga* rcrfoniery, tc., ffJnjow Glass M. Hm'ey. ) Thle .peauiI4 If, it, ? ''ifcIera c( C %ti

The whole of whtt i ii called ForW Purcf.**".** on real estate ia this city and Srookl, and stocks PAINTERS' BRCSHF.S A.NO VoteRs IT appearing to the Mti
.f lying in G dei! Copnty, or o nuch thrreol as will oft be Stale and City ofNevr.Yorkand UnitedStatcsG Apntlifcarics Glass \Vnrc.'AT. X affidavit in this qu.efitedthat Eliza M. Hiu-W! Proclamation by Thomas Bro''z riT Clark. Mar*

4 piy the Tax aforesaid, branded en the E st bv ihe .vcrbnienl.Thu t the defendant in thin came, reside bey ond, the jurisdiction tlcoernor of FiorMa.HKRES and Simon Tuy'or.idbe .1)efendaqt, jr, the

' OcVlocknee) Riverand onth* Went bv the AnalacSi-, lund i, rapidiy increasing a wi My extendo rpIIEabo JL lo.veit market rconstantly oa handar.d foriaie! at the of t this Court,and out ol I Ihe State ol Florid.* : ;nrd the lioM'U of the State f for

icola Rivrr. HUGH 0. McLEAN, s>>eions buneis.> prices. h it Onf>r ),That t hr siid Eliza do appeir.jilead. It has been ro te known In tec that within Ih* limit of the United S'ti.,

5 Tax Collector IW Gad%
October 12, HV. 4)) 'zn !}--tv\ojvrt: 00 alt existing policies on the 3Utof TilUhasiee November 20. 1S17. IS .'.-e nionih. or siid bill -till be taken|pi o cviifes-o \ of Gad-den, in this State, by one James Rizfr.s. answer the Bill! filed! in lhs raone, on or i':,,

January, 1Mb.All s- ;io'i TOWLr. MABIA.NO D. anin.t said defendant, and that I because bo set Irr upon; the body of John White, and that said Rigjifii firsr Morriav in February ne\t, ctkersri th ''4'
PAI'h during next teiraof said Court i ii | i is now a fugitive from justice: plVow. ainar.t's Kill shall be laken/ %c.
Tax Collector's Sale. the Profit are divided the Insured.Th Nov. rfiber Confj0
among TOWLE 6c PAPY,- next : ,1nd il ixfurtkir OrJrrrd. That this Orilr fCnoie ye, that I.THOMAS BROW*. Governor Jed, A copy or fbi, Orrle: be publaLed '"-

s BY virtue of the power veied in nt- by tix. I ,retniunj* are payable ii: CAsh h annuallysemi- iltornfys and ConE lIors! at be pnhli hrd in seme public in cf Ihe Sla'e atoresdid. by virtue of the authority for focr month precedin* th said fif.r tree
La\r prints
4 expose f T a1 le before the Court lIo'ise at ani..
Qjincy in the County uf Gadtden, on the second Joltirrd |pavusenti. HAVING formed an association for (the Practice complainant lake lestimoov in lh-ca'ne. O ie' Hundred Dolhrs fur the apprehen ion of said io the MidJleCirco.i I f Ike Sitterf

Monday of April nest, the following de.eri.tJ property The caht-rinrn adopted bihis Company secure will attend the several Courl <.f the July 2S, ISM. THOMAS BALTZEI.L R ; and his delivery into Iliecu.-tody of the Given at Cbamtwr,.thi5Jh: 5.
4 or o iiiuch thereol a* will py the State and to the parties for wlio.e benefit the insurances Middle! Circuit of Florida and in the District Couil A Sheriff of sid County of Gad ien.1on. THOMAS

I Cuttiity Tax due thereon for the year ISM, and the are elected, the whole of the advantaqes, without ollhe l U. S at i' All businesenlru5terl C'. I.ESTFR true ropy,-Cleik.Atlesl, J'tdze.R. .-Said Riirgin* U about 25 years of age, 5 A tramecopv-Attrat. S.LTZELL

uecesiiry eipenim* incident thereto, to wit : s-j'jjccliJis; them to the heat drawback of accuinul to their care will receive |uomIt| t attention. July 27, t J54) 2'J 3n feet, 7 or S indie high-haj ,IArk eyes, d ik complexion OSCAR A. MYERS. CUrk.

Seven hundred and fifty vres cl land, Iing on l*', preiniutn IjUlC- {ts- Offirem! the Capitol. __ __ and full, round lac.?-ij stout and heavily LONG ARCHER Cjj

Crooked Creek purporting to belong to Arni tejd 3 Persons fcuy etftTl iniuranceoti their own lives February 17, j4I. .__ 7 Notice built, ami addicted to drinkin Scl.citcri for
_ Ccmptj
S and Ranei. or i" ruach) thereof tt i* ti.ce'ry to pay an d the lives ot other \ married \\orcenrauin* MEDICAL In testimony whereof(, I have hereunto set ny S-r'tn'her 5. 1. ,,
., the Tax aforesaid. HOGH 0 McLEAX, sure the life of her hus'iand, the benefit* <>f which NOTICE. IS hereby given that application will I.e made to hand and caused t'. b* affixed the Great Seal 450

Tax Collector for GadsJen County. are secured by law for the exclusive ue of herself or tUe- Honorable James E. Brooir Jud e of Probate [?eal] of the State of Floridaat the Capitol. ira Tatlihsw'elhis Middle Circuit of Fjorjd ,

October 12, 1SV' > 40 6m children.Clcrg. Dr. Charles T. Darby for Leon County, Stale of Floiida, on Monday .lay of October, A. D IO. IX CADSDHX CIRCUIT

men and all otheri-dfpendent npcn salaries ESPECTFULLV annc.uncteto the public in general thetwenly-fir .tdyof October neM. fi- authority l to THOMAS BROWN", Governor of Florida. CODRT

S Tax Collector's Sale.BV are specially invited to avail t hetn .'h t-s of e resource R that he ha< permanently located him oll in >ell tie lollivint: real eIate of Andrew F. Cliza- I5v the Cc.vernr.v-Att.-'t: IN CHANCERY.

virtue of the power vested in me bi> law I whereby their burxivjng Uciilie* maybe secured Monlicvllo, Fimida, and \\ i1 be found at all times beth S ,and H.'ialio C. WithtM, minor heirs of Hora'ioC. "C. V.'. DOWNING. Secretary cf State. Hill fur Injuiiditrtt tmd Ktliff

shall expoe for sale.before the Court House at from the evils of penury. unless ,.rote>*ionally engaged. Strict attention w illpaid Wither*, drce-asi-d, to wit : Orfbr{ |i>. |v.V>. -fl fit Redding C. Wtoten and Jam s L. Slieidj

Qotncy, j ia! the County of Gaddeu, on the econc Pamphlet* explanatory of the principles of Mutu! h e to all prolessional calls. Lots No-;. 1.2. and .1, in Iractioiial Section 20, and Cs. ,

Monday in April next the follow ing desci ibed pro- al Li'e Insurance, and illustrating its advantauej, May5,1S19. ISJ. l lot North No 2, in fractional Scct-on 21!, all in Town-hip $100 REV/ARD. Jamc M. fi.Ae nf! Samuel B. Love,
VMI| tortn* of application, may be obtained at the 2, of Range 1 West in the County of Lon, Admiairst
porty.or so ranch thereof as will pay State and I 1 Baker dvea .edLf rdint
County Tax due thereon for the year 1 1O, and the ot!>ce ol Ihe Company, 35 Wail st., or of any oaent itt L. HIELC, M. P. J.S. BO.NT -5. D and l .State of Florida, containing 30$ acit, more oresa. rTapp*>arircto the sali-iacticn ri tUCcortl,

neremry expen o4 incident thereto, to wit : :. Defendant, Janet M. P.-iker. rc :drs
HAMDF.N i ti
Sit huidled and forty acres of laud, I lirs; onKocVc TRUSTEES.Jos. Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, CAROLINA A.R.WHITE State, but boond the Middle Ciienif : Ai t>6r I,'

Creek, purport-tig tobelong to L.S. Caihn.orciuch D. Collins David C. CoHen, oriated *thern .plve.* together in the Guardian-WHITE, T nat the Defendant. James M Iwkrr. d t\\ p ?.
thereof will the Ta md. W in. J. hl.bp l Alfred Edward HAVING iic. answer the Bill filed! in ir.i.arj,' jh.i ..
I $4 as pav x a ( re> of Medicine, Surgery, kr., offer their r September 1-1, 1SV). y; ; jf v ; t'.r: j
HUGH O. McLEAN. R. H. McCmdv, Win. Bett?, sed. erviccs to the citizens of Quincy andlhesurrounding afer the dale hererf: .ind it itfurihrr Qrgf

Tax Collector for Gjd Jcn County. Fr S. Winston, Joeph Blunt, i country. Holmes Circuit Court. PROCLAMATION BY THOMAS CROWN, That a copy of this Order he publshrd. ccceaw-

October 12. 1 50. 40 6m C. W. Faber, Isaac G. Pearson, Ojiincy.Augu Ml 1 119.. 31 Goeernor of Florida. for the space of two monil-.s, in scwe rrq> >,

Jhn! P- Yeher'on, Henry VeIls, Richard Boyd, ) It has been made known to me that printed in the city of TalahaK! State a-: 'rf''

Tax Collector's Sale.BY T heo. diwick, Wm. Mooie.Sfary CARAWAY SMITH,] [\V. S. DJLWOKTHATTORNEYS Sarah rs > Bill for Divorce. WHEREAS wasreceittly commiltcdin County THOMAS BALTZELL, Judre '

R. Collins, Zel.edee Cook, Boyd, ) of Jetieison, in this Stute, by one DAVID E. M. A true copy-Atresf.
virtue of the power vested in me bv law, I 30 h0 11. Swift, Jona Miller, 3TN JT appearing to the sali-faction of the Court th3 SCOTT, upon the both of Aaion IJ. Scot I, and that R. C. LESTER, CUrk.A'l.njit .

shall e\poe for site, before the Court Hou eat John Wads.vorth, David A. Comstock, AT LAW Sarah Boyd, the Defendant, resides beyond thejutiodiction .t.iiil David E M. Scott wa-i commitud to Jail loawait 31, i-4; *. 34 2n
Qaincy, in he County ol Gad den. on the tf-ond S. .M. Cornell Robert ot this Court, and out cf the State of _
: Shuyler, his trial therefor : And wherea-*, said David "
Monday of April next.'the following described pro- MONTICCLLO, FLORIDA. Florida: State of Florida.
Gouv. M. Wilkins Junes
E. M. Scott has escaped from Jail, and is r.o.a fugitive -
I ertyor so murh thereof a< will pay the taIe and John V. L. Pruyn, Jo" County Taxes due thereon from IS<5 to 1,5J inclu- plead, answer demur aiid Bill
or to cf Cc.mitlair.t
F red. Whittlese', Moses H. Grinnell, Now, TuEnrroRE. I, THOMAS P.ROWN Governor Asa Barter
she i and the nece sary expends incident thereto, to CharSei Ely Wm. J. Bunker, ;'IL. E. MAXWELL, within nftwi three m'.nth or Bill for Dilutee.
ws' : c azair.t said Defendant
John C. Ctucer, Euzeue Duiilh, : : thoritv vi>stcd in me b> law, dt hereby offer a reward Sarah Barter.
roThJy: : Jlnd )
Two h'inSred "d forty acr<>s cf land, in GidienCoaaty ; f Lzi:7.: H iifvrMeiOrered, That this notice be
Walter Joy, Frauci S Lathicp, DoLLARSIW
ol ONE HUNDRED( ) I apprehension
FT ati,
anpearin"the > fact icn of the
purporting to belong to Robert Jimer-ion PIa IVl'l .3. 0. Thr.trhei. : attend all the Court. ofthe published in some public newspaper printed! in lh. 5; .
Alfred( WILL Middle Cir of said David E. M $ttt, arid his sate dlivety to J. dabit in thicae -dtbal Sarah Barber
omh there as will the TaM aforf aid, Iv- State for three months ,
pay JOSEPH R. COLLINS, Prttideut. CO-: OiTh.e over S F. Bu rney'i St ore. ron- -riitiveiv." Au '. 5. ISOO. theSherifi cf 'aid Conuly of Jefler on- te.1LJuI. reoesb.-4..s4l. .
incnflh! CreekHUCtI O. MeLB\X. ISAAC ATT!!! ,,Tallahas, Oct. 27, ISt". 42 GEORGE >. hAWKINS, c
Tax Collector f.>r Gd-den County. Strrftury.JOS. David E M. Scott is about -10 years out ..f the Stale of Florida, and within the Site tj
BLr'T.J.ME C October 130. .Fl do
12. >m H. BRADFORD September 25,1S. 0.
-; It. (; \MBLE Tallahassee. > 3S 3m 19.
Ag't., ii leJand his hair
; geneially wears spectacles
-_ ? : is jsandy *ar, pled. on'ser, or demur, to aid\ bill of
CITY COTTON WEIGHER. I January_ 19. l l'J.. -2-vCOTTOJ _ ; rcii'Jv A? LJ, Administrator's Sale. and inclined to curl He i-* very talkative, | plaint within three months.? said bill! nillb tikea cnfl.

;particularly! after takin.! a drink of ardent spirits f crmfento a.air r aid defendant, and
Tallahasscr FIorid3..rfl thit
T.IE GINS. jOR the purpose) of making distribution i His i lari much like that of I
[ is a lo.\-couatry
among ujjrs very cane be ef for hearing at the n-xt
the City of TalUlia***, ha\ ins j'l-f returned 2( isij.: 15 I. (the heirs 1-rmcfM
and distributees of George Yo' Georgia or S< nth Carolina
< negro ( tmrt on the second Mnnds in N vBlr _
from the North with two of Sealniant// ictureJ I tcit:
pair of Leon County' deceased, I will sell, at In testimony whereft, I have hereunto set rnv
and rertified bit the Inspector of JHSSR H. WATSON W. 0. M. DAVIS public outcry .J stZiI further Oru'trtil, Thai this errkrlUhed bep.
adjust" to Hi* hizhe-t bid.frrtorcaIuon the first Mon hand. caused the Great Sal ol the State j in wime public i prinIedinthit4t
Scales and Wrights of the .Wir York Cu'fo-w ewiparer
House, is ,rear.d f a-ivetl and weigh GIN MANUFACTrUKK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, day in .Yucunbt-r nexttfrre the Court Hoti.-edonr, [Seal] t-t Florida to be the Tallaiussee ( o ncea: week for three montrJ .and that the crapaia.!

Cattoa bro-jSt u.iw to this M! rk 't. He will attend any at Palmyra, Lcc County Georgia, HAS taken U,) hii abode at Tallahassee and will I i in the city of Tallahassee, the following real and this 3-1 da> Orioher, .A I 1. If'ZI0. t ar: take (teatincnv in the can**.

the Depot or at any pljce wnhiu the limii otih* \"\ rOULD idf. rin his friends and the public grer.e. ; in the COM!.* of the Middle Disliict, .erional The .vl.o'.e property : THOMAS HfWWN, Gvstrnor.B "THOMAS BALTZELL, Jade,.
V and of Fiankli ai.d Jacks> n Counties.MCQUEEN ol the hnd of which said Gro. Yo-ins \ the Governor-Atte-' : A tru* cop, :.AHer,
ihe.horte.t notice In with th that he conti'iue theatiote hujruc.
City at : conjunction : i r lly. at I
M.reh I" 'O. di..d l seizc-l and possessed, exclusive of the widow* C. W. DOWNING, S'frttary of Ztatt. R. C. LCSTKP Crk..nzm4 .
Cotton wcighng. he hai a far vitrd in the lezr ol iu! old taiid, w herel.e avill be happy to suj>|>ly them dower viz '
: October 5. 1S;>0. 3'J t Sentinel. Tfl. 1.fl. '.T
I !Me.r Ki RK-?tY and WILLIAM STORES where wijna.firArate. article. A *u evidence of the TheNE4f
he will receive COTTON FOR WEIGHING( OR OXSTORVGE. q'niilyf his \vork, he would state that out of the 1 W.
The E J of S W GGO R3WARD. In
ATTORNKY 4, ol ST 30. T 2 N. of R I \\ $ Chancery.
The mWri'ier's -rict attention and larze nurrjjc'r sud! him the \ has AT LAW
by not one ,
\nyear P .rt i.f Lot No. 5, Sc 20, T 2 N. .f R 1 W. MIDDLE C.R'Jl'IT OF FLORIDA.Ax .
ex erience tr I1* Ut three \earf at the DejiU; failed to ii i'.e pcitVct satisfaction-and would a reference WILL attend the Circuit Court in the Eastfrn Ptrt of the E 1 of S 1 F: 4. &>c rj-1. T 2. R 1 W. STOP THE MrPiDEBER.T"7HEREAS CHAMBERS.
S will he hopeii, l>ring him I lie ruitosn of Ihe Planters give the mincot any one who has on- if hi? the United Slates Di Uict ALSO Anzn
; < Cotirt Two likely NEGRO
C. P. HENSON, indicted for the Bill far teaee: to se'l Land.
and Merchant ( 03ice in the cf Mr.Kirkeys Gin
in He is
generally. rear uw. i intending to enlarge hi.etaIliJ I. 9 Auzu-lii.e; the Supreme Court
where gnVcribcr be found : ; at Tallaha--f-e ; D. YOU.VG.: \ \ iMirdirrof RUnl A. Pr rce. did, t-n the night? John P. Duva! and Ann F. Dural, tt Ol.CemnpIaAtL
store at ment this which he wilbe 11
may ronsidcra't'y sear, l\v means atidpro-ecutcCljiui* (tor citizens in
of Flor
any past of Ce.rtreo'ing.. dt-c'd. cf the 2"lh Scrterr.twr, l-s'/J, break jaii in Thceisville ?- 5.--
all tines. eiaSled !t', fil. order- (which Jast >MI he waun- ida again l the (; ernmr.t alVa '
>htn lon, either September t"5. I I'tO.. 3S t* ,id i i. at larze the above The Heirs st Law cf David M. Siieffif
J CII'RLE A. abi<> to do) with Gi03. if jHH ible, superior; to any ever before r is j tiff red for t.n au'rehen.inn hand deir who-e narc ri are uriknowit.
; City Cotton Wtiglitr. aiitfia. He-thinks 'jj'-Ai: lre.., J icksonviile East Florida. Notice.A .
<.ate.k.-oing, until he can be secured by the authorities -: T apr-eaiing' lo the siti-iaction c-f tbe Coorltbat
ft September; 21.1SV). 37 ti"Leon that evf-ry .car't experience euugflt.s hint to take aitul Au2u1') pS,:?,. 31 LL persons, creditor, legatee, onJitled ]! 1
t btttci article. >- of ThoihaC..ur.ty.. the li-in-jf |tuts (>f liid M Shekel'! ilecMsrf! ,
Female Academy. B-inza practicaltnechanio, aiJ sithMcbtermnec'! DR. WILLIAM IL BRADFORD JTi. trit>uii n or otherwise inlereMed in the e-tae! On the r.izht rf the !& Octrber, the said len rntf t do nor reside in tins Slate? Lit in the State; c* IonnecticJt -

1 that Ginsol the of Robert Speuce, late of J tTerx.n County, Flo:id i, ? >!e from (the r-bntaticr of Robert A. IVarce, a scr- : It ii Ordettd, Thdl the Keirsat l liwaid it
ffl1IL Tut.PI to *-lert a gentleman$ as 'tone but; vry fir-t cla-sssliallbe inanufirl I. flffiff first Duur \West of JuJc B1tzr1's! deceased, are l-pp-bj notified t
propose to exhibit their ci. in.s rel Po".cy, with: a blaze fare, a little; latce in the'iflejiiut. David ShrrVd! d.' appear arch answer TulLe
.k_ Prnnpal ofth Institution, on the 3'jih} No- D red in his shop,he feel sa'e' irijw arranttng Lieu May 2". IS 10 arid deinatid -vithin two from lti! < drfte in the
2') year < f Said Ponev isa natural; racfcer. Said llentrn I Slid Bill of Crrr.plaii.t. ii> JLs ra>e filed.% flii Icas
vemhr nt. Thfiv will require ih-nont siti factorv j to otierate deliver to the Section ot (the f urchasor. He undersigned, or (Ihe -airtp will be barifd : and all al.-o or. the saute n .;ht. from the wssori of said m oral is from the date ht-re-.i" : ,inJ it isfurltirr Cr-

tP.'UflnaI: t-f ciar.cteranJ capacity to teach the j$ witj their them tree of charge to purchasers al S. S. Knit p'rs..ns indebted to lh. said deci..ed, are requested L P.arcestok ab*' !!or>e, b u""iil in En Iiih. Cubicaland! Mithcmatiral t plantations. Kia'.it' !
braache* to
I ie-no otbtr rri.ik.t remf r.b rt.-d. j a week for the cpare ot tu ur rrnnlhs, it'
VTT'ILL bu ins
Aleii! made
EducAti-in. They offer a salary of One Thouind iietneiit with hi travelline AsTiNor at his* old stand, \\hfte JAMES R. TUCKER
rder to the 'i he hopes wait such of ) j sheriff JkarriJfioJ.-lfenson is' suh.po.eJ| ; to be s'me' SOy I paper printed in ihe city ti TsiULai, StiieuFlorida.
Ihllan a year, iaya'ile q'urter'y' iinlnl.rnents.with Propiietor at Palmyra, shall be on hisfrierdsa* l.a\e of JefiVr on Coii'ilv snd Adm'r.
tx ojjirio
oid al ifret two inches iUrster .
e.urs >nut > high, ,
altfinde.l .. extended liberal
ih<* M*<* convenient chooI room*, in promptly t( so a palroi.aue, promi* Jcffer5 County, (October, j's. 3-j
in ing that all .full have veil male, of < iOW complexion, .ondy hair. keen, Tito}!AS BALTZELL, JuJge,
i retired part c.rtlbe c ttr. The srnccedi canliiac Repairing: projierly done the most durabl te good adicl.'kat lair prices. .
April 2-3, l-4y. 17 s harp blue eves. high cht k boiiea. altogether a man A true cop*-Attest .
hi duties fii-f
it expected to enter upun on the daj Notice. aft if good appear-tce, sod of good educmi' n. OSCAR A. MYF.KS. Clerk.B .
;:JHe is atlr> Ae r.t for the sale l f.f Ciim>mat -
of January 'l.Applitation fiee offxpenseofpcigtizeto he addressed Randall's it Co.' CAST IRON HOR n POWER Pure Sulphate Quinine. LL per .oi.s, crtditors. and les*!**.*, enlitlrd toiTX Said Hettton. ixl.en last heard ficm.-.vas on the read lli'CH ARCHER, Jr., D. C.
G\R MILLS in S.ittlivvcftern : distribution or oIhervse> ; inttrtsted in the estate t to Tallahaijee.JAMFS A n Georgia and Florida.
to rpllE subscriber- e on hand two hundred and ol James Moore, late of Jet?>ron County, Fl. L. EVERETT. JF.S->E S. EVERETT,
Contracts be made with
B. F. WHITVER can my Tiavellin Ase it?S fill
THOMAS BALTZCLL, ounceol l Sulphate of Agricultural Warehouse.
) Quinine, which tiiev rida deceased
arc hereby nr.iified to exhibit 'heir DANIEL KORNEGAY. MARY M. PEAP.rK.H. .
M. A. LOST, JV.. IMKKR: Any information %vantc.dwjh( regard to the et and I j obtained di i ret tn.ri the maniilaciMtis! and claims and dpmands within two Irom this dole K. SEWARD. DUNCAN MeKINNOX. r pilE u.d.-rignd havi-g fcrcha ed the enlirJL >
of these years
mil! be
D. P HOQUE.Oclober J. E. lillOOME. operation i at Pal\ra.Lce,County cart obtained by addrusstnj they will warrant; it to be a s-iperi-r article. to the undersigned, or the sain.- will be barred ; and DAME! MrKINNOX, JCHN W. Ll'KE. Sock < f .A iirul'uiil lui'Unnta| fr<
12, IS50. 40 Givf ;March me ,Georgia. We have enlaraed our stork fit Drugs and Medicines i. all persons indebied to the said dtceasid, are requested THOMAS ADAMS. J. C RRi.WNLVO, DENSLOWVEB
,. RiclnnonJ Ei'j'1'r, Charle-.ton Mercury, 'JO.lSyj. 12 !> by rrreiit arrivals< nd are prepared to execute to make immediate pa%rneiit. HENRY: RUr'F, DAVID f ublic that they gieaily: ipcreasd saidiloci,
lledgeville[ Recorder, and N-tahville Union will orders lot aiticles in our line, at wholesale retail I embracinz b-idr* a of other material ind articles -
Dr. D. Jaynes1 Family Medicines 01 JAMES[ R TUCKER, <:. .-rifT County, Ga, October 5. 1SrO 59 Jt varrty
please insert ouce* a week for throe weeks, and for- ,S >ti the most .Ccor.r.sodauiag I let ma. of Jelfersnn County a'ni uc officio Adiu'r. I penerail} ol the foiluwi-tg: character asadocription -

% ward accounts to this office.Nevr COMPRISING his Expectorant, Hair Tonic Al 1. jf-- have aUoafew aerouir.ts yet due to u> forth" Jefron; County, Ocli.hcr 5, 1850. :29 2m New Goods. :

Dye Carminitive Balsam, Tonic j year 1M3. Thcv are generally in scjallau.oun.u, AGRICULTURAL AND110RTICULTUR.ALIMrLEMENTS
I Goods. Vci reify je,Sanative PUN, and Ague Pills, for sale I bv* j but if the \\holecmild be paidhortly, it would go Notice OPENING a larze and! can-tally selected stock cf r ot t ebrr> variety, of lie meat rt sar.d

received by late arrivals' from N'ork i a SHIELDS it GOLDWJRE, tar towards ligcei lain sutr.s which we owe. hrilania, and Bright Metal Ware,, improvedfcscrit..lions.
JUST drtment of GOODS, consisting o f June 15, ISM. 23 than Quincy, Fla. LEWiS &i AMES. IS hereby ziven given that atthenetseknoltht co'isistiis in part of Tea and Coffee Pots, Trench Five htiniirtd Plow cf every description.
General A einbly of the Stale of Flt.tidd Coffee Filterers. Pitcher, Candle Slicks of differeitt
June appli
S, 1550. and IrerFounJir
700<) yard of Negro Keiseys, 22 I MattiuN for Tanner s.Carriers and 8ra *
P. cation will he made for an act of fir qualities Mould Glass Liriterns Cake B
10'JO! pair of Ruet Erogans, flr. S. ro\viiscncrs arsaniriJla.1. incorporation Jelly ? >\e", bracireevfrj art-rleused a. ibtirtlre
I bOO Blanket!!, _IJ Dr. Saudi' do. 11 Refrigerators and Meat Safes." Leon Lodjj', No 5. 1. O of O. F. Canniiterj, and a variety of other ai tides, which I i including necessary Tct-ls, ic.,3l Mannlactum
Dr. Wood's V do. J. WAYLES hAKER. Secretary. t they oiler lot sale on reasonable terms.

3'J SO Iti'es" of Cotton Uiown dtnabur ShirlintfiamlSheefmAUi. Dr. Bul.'s do. LJ T AN DING from Bark "Llewellyn"! an assortment t July 20. lit 'i? 3m AUr en hand a full and extensive stock cf Tin prices.MISCELL.ANECUS.-RoIter ardccmr-iOD Gia,

Dr. ConiMock'ji do. of the above t.auied articles, for fate by Ware of description, manufactured here bygood .
a seneral BUppljT of FANCY aud STAPLE McNAUGHT Notice. Jack Screws. : ft re and Crttnn Tru.k4,1ThtCiL -
Dr. Coinstotk'b i. GKMOND. fair
Pain Extractor. w.' a pricts.
GOJDS. r ots-. Road Serapera. Hydraulic Raf># FfrcePnir-:%
fiO Keg< assorti'J Tobacco, For sale by SHIELDS &, GOLDWJRE. Newport, June 20. 1S-V SIX monthfrom date, I the underpinned. Executor Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead. Copper, Zinc, and Cistern Patent Chains s.> laciiitat- the drawir.g; water.

75 I. Nails, June 15, I-,0.! 23 than Quincy, Fla. the la.t will and testament ot Uz Williams, Pumps f r snle. Tin Rot>fin
2"iO? Sicki Turk' Man 1 Salt, Blacksmithing. dcreaied. late of GaJiden County, will apply to the execuiid faithful!} and with despatch.T. Caxtii'srs. Fla- teiei9 andK w for Farnttr*: Pbs

300( ( Liverpool Dr.VoodrnJT' Dysentery Cordial ._"__ ;Tes.. HEtfnderMat.ied respectfully informs J ud
3J Barrel* Northern Fntnily Flour, M4 thern Friend and-'sif -i.j' the public generally that, having and settlement up from s.i-1 1 eiat.-. -ptenVr 21.1SW.! : 37 tf Mttr.g Cloths, Picks, Kfid- Si uttt as4

75 Sid* Band Leather, Dr. Gordon's Liquid Cat'iailic, lojcda superior !HorseSho r, he is SAMUEL WOODUURY. Executor. Notice. finding Iii Cotton and Woolen ?.amiatacftries.!
100 Coil Rope, Anti-Billioui Pill*. now prepared to execute ail work in (hat line in a Gad-don Co'intySeptemher 21, 1>50. 37 tint MILL M AC H IN FRY, TOOLS tc -1Lvi i's

lOt) pieces Kentucky Businz, for le bv Dr. Hasting's Compound' Sviup of Naplha, superior manner, and on usuul terms. SIX months after date, application will be made a/ency for varioo- and extersive Machine 3-'i'fr?
Dr. Litllc'tf Tonic Bitters,tonic Pill, and Yermi- Notice.OIX the Hon. Jud ot Probate for Leon
e County
BETTON: &. HIGGS. F. PAYNE. tone<. we shall be prepared at all tuct u L--
September OS. ISr). 30 3t ttie, Lucina Cordial, June 20, JS.,0. 25 If months after date the dersisned: AdminiO *- for letters of diitci-ston from the estate of Ti omj-. every species ot ?.iachiary in thesf.t>ite t *.' i-t-
Ringworm and TelLer
Ointment. IVnch Mixture, ------ trator of the late Rubert Fisher, w ill White, deceased, late of aid County. The highest Rivkrr prices paid a* a.l 'ii s
Notice. Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills and Bitters. Pain Killer. present SAMUEL C. WHITE, .\dmninistrator.May .
their final account and vouchersto Judge of Leon Wool, Sheep SHn and Hidis.

rplIBfirm of Naih fc Taylor i ii llii) day dissolved Dr.Dr. Murphey'Lerjv'rf Vegrti'jle* Suar CoaN-d Universal Anti-Fever Pills Pills, AFRESH supply of Terry Davis'Pain Killer,just Probate Court, and ask for a discharge f ruin said estale. 13, 1S50. 19 Cm All PnT.uceor the State received acd *olJf "

J. by mutual content. Those indebted will do us and for sue by usual cociniisbion.

the pleasure to ne'.tle u> soou a* poxsiblc.M. Mitclieir-i Dr. Peler E Vegetable Pills, T. WHITE t CO., Agents. R V.". FISHERY Bounty Land and! General.Ircnryat V.'asliinstoa.JO i R. t II. KOYT x t'O.
>e Salve, and Fhc.mDon'% Eye Water, November 17, S49. ."
NASH. 45Of W. E. FlSHEK.JAdinrs' No. I"t Day sIre. f, SavaD"fwr.
October 1,11 M. J. L. TAYLOR. Dr Mi.ffatt' Phcrnis Bilter and Life Pills, Julv% 20, isrii: ). 2S PJ >EPH T. WALKER will sive prompt and effirient References : Meors. Padcli'ord, Fay i 4t : ? '4

R'we'n Counh Syrup, Nails. atlentior. totbe BOUNTY LAND CLAIMS Den lo\v &. Wfbfcr.Savannah. .
lieiiuine Stoughtou's Uiltcrs. The above well Notice. ol Oliicers: and Soldiers enraged in the Florida War
KEGS An n-sf 3. 1S50. 31
1he btii'i hereatter will be conJactej under: k. own and popular remedies for .iale! bv ) Atjiwan and Fall River Cut Nails, just
ll'urs in which
either of the Jadian the United
the firm of NASH 3.;. CO who respectltilly solicita SHIELDS St CJL/ received and for sale bMcNAL'GHT> SIX months aft"r dare, we sfiall apply to ti.e or --
GOI.DWIRE, : States hatfc been the War with Great Family Groceries.
engaged or
nhareof) the patronage of the citizens generally. June 15, 1S50. 23 tlJan Si ORMOND. JmJje of Probate irs and for Benton
They expect toleeptu hand a general assortment t __ Quinry, Fla. Newport, April 10, ISOO. uWE County, for a discharge from any further adrninistralicdon Britai/tol 1SI2, and to any description of business A FRESH sus>r ty rl Sugars, Spices. \inetLe,
of Guod Medicines and such other articles as are the estate of Charles Laing, deceasedIate cfBentou requiring an Acent or At! rney at Wd-hineton. For &.C., just received per Laura Jane, and( r51
Nunn's & Clark'sCELEHRATED piocuring Land Wai rants, his will be ." .
generally kept in their line of business. Notice. County, South Florida. charge $ > by McNAUGHT fc ORJIO.VD-

October '., 1S'O. 39 NASH t CO. Pt.ANOS:-warranteij :-CJ, G|r, the undersigned, will make application to C.II'. JENKINS, 7J. In otht-rcaKos, it \\ill be proportioned to the nature Newport, Ausnst 24. 1sO. 33
and he
jraud action Pianos. .tUIfl rs. dilhrulty cl l I case.
the 5
iie\t Legi-latnre of the Slate of Florida, He will also act, in connection with Agents and Attorneys
-A O June Notice.
Goods. 22
New for charter 1S50. 24 6m
a fur a I'lank Road from Ocala to the
received chr. Elizabeth from New You .ffiolian Attachment Pianos, with Ive*' Tune head of Silver Spring in Florida who may be employed in Bounty- LL having chima again the aft0t
per Land and other which
Chims teims be
JUST able Kt't-ds. The on may A
above ceitbraled Pianoii Lands and Pensions.
car be I had Bounty CouotVdCC
: Silk Mantillas, Ladle 1Jrci Goods, Ladies DAVID PROViNCE, agreed Letters which should be S-born Holcomb. late ol Leon
npcn. ( paid,)
by niplicatioulo I). pest
Merino Vvtti, La.lie Hiding Glove*. Ace., and ftale it June| 1 C. WILSON. JNO. G. REARDON, 'hlEundeisigned,havint made arrangements with l will receive immediate attention. ed, are notified lo present them to the onderigr.w
by G It. MBGINNISS. 21 If W. S. HARRIS, JL a competent Agent in the City Washington, Washington City, D. C., Sept. 14, 1SO. 35 tf within the time prescribed by law,or thisnotice*"'*

Septembers; 1SW. 3S C. A. M. MITCH EL, are now prepared lo take powers ol attorney lor the be plead in bar, and all persons indebtedtosaid"

GUNSMJJHING. R A. CARTER, collection of Bounty Land Claims and I'ttniont 5, Notice. tate w ill make immediate pat mcnt.G. .

To Planters. : STEPHEN BRYAN, and will give their strict attention to the same. C. S. JOHNSON, Administt0

subscriber will make cash advances on COT. UN.SMITiL WORK of all descriptions, done JOHN SCOTT, Address, McQUERN McINTOSh T HE s'lWriber having fitted np the TANERY t 2-1, 1S-)0. 33 St

7JllE AND TOBACCO shipped to M Coe with I tIre utmost Precision and Despatch by S. G. BROWN, Jacksonville, East Fla.CHAS. in this place known as Baker's Tan>ardhas .- ,

Anderson & Co., New Yot k. the his hop nest door to Dr. Bernard's JOSIAH' PAINE i W DOWNING. now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER! Attention, Planters.I .

'1 J. M. WILLIAMS. Paiticular attention paid I to country orders, and the SIMEON HELVENSTQN. Tallahassee, Florida. for sale ; and will have fine BOOTS and SHOES HAVE ju.t t received per Brig Ccilbr aM't!

September 14, ISM. 30' tf patrunagaof all i solici'ed. Marion County. Sept. 8, [21] 165''). 37 3ai September 2S, 1S50. 33 tf [Sentinel ] made to oider.NEGRO lie tias on hand a superior article otdoubiedsoied SOLID SWEEPS and 1 URN PLOWS. Call a*

Door Locks Itcpalrcd, .&c.. Vc.ICHARLES. SHOES. He would here return examine fcr vuurelves.
t his thanks to the citizens of Gad.-den and tb
New Goods. DEMILLY. Agency of NEW SCHOOL. Cadj.rning JAMES B. GAMBIE.

Tallahassee, May 25, lb.10. 20 DR. the 7lh of OCTOUER tic subscriber Counties for their past patronage, and nay <
& RUST CELEBRATED MEDICINE cii: will I Atizm't 10. 1 t0.! 31.._.. .
TT1Ifl are receiving by recent SCHOOL in the to them that he will continue to manufacture Leather _
a Casement of the
1I. arrivals from New York and New Orleans a THE TRUEllEDIciNALCOD PULMONARY BALSAM Pectmai Expectorant. House, for boys of The Boots, and Shoes, aT Ms old stand in Garden Notice
general assortment of uch goods as arc needed iu j J- Pulmonary LinicieDt, Pure and Medicinal Cod any aze. community may
near Qnincy. He will be glad ar all times &**
r.-st assured that his time and b.'St abilities will be sessioneforal l*
this marketconsislinj in part of- LIVER OIL Liver Oil, Anti-Dyspeptic Mixture, Nervine, Vermifuge l loexchan-je any of the above articles for Oak Bark, TS hereby given that al tie next
faithfully ed for the moral and FIcrida,3PP1t'will
Bacon Sides Shoulder and sugar-cured Hams Depurative Syrup Heart Humor empo> .intellectual Hides 1 Assembly cf the State of ,
in the cure of Scrofula, Consumption, advancement of his puniU.Hii crippled negro boys, or his own paper. for leP
Brown. Crushed,and Loaf Sugar, USEFUL CorrectoiCough and Cathartic Pills, Female Pills, C3- Good! Boot and Shoe be made for an act ol incorporation
Asthma,Bronchitis,Cough l*. terms of tuition wilt be made known makers, ol steady habits, H''"'
Rio, Laguira and Java Coffee, and diseases! of the Chest urd Lungs. A supply: Female Specific, &.r., &c., Used by him constantly I plication. JESSE P. SMITH.upon ap can have employment. PCS' (4| constructing a Plant Road from St. J"1"J
Bale Rope and Twine Flour Lard Tobacco and with unprecedented success in the of Columbia County, lo some point *D the
ol this valuable medicine it just received, which is treatment Sepf ember 21,1 MO. 37 w. H. MCMILLAN. JONES,
Soap, Starch Sperm and Adamantine Candle*, warranted pure, and of very superior quality. Colds, Cough, Consumption, Asthma, Heart Diseases Tallahassee, February 2, 1SO. 4 lyJETNA St. i'.1ar'sRiver. JAMES S. Meeting'

Imperial and Black Tea, Powder, Tin Ware For gale by LEWIS i AMES, Dyspepsia, Sciolula, Skin Diseases, Rheumatism P. P. LEWIS, President of the

And a good orttnent of Crockery, Glass and StoneWare May 23, IsS! ). 20 Tallahassee, Fla. Female Complaints Piles, &,c... &.c. LOCAL DENTIST INSURANCE COMPANY Au-a l&. 1S50. SI 3 _
and Kentucky, Dundee and Gunny Bagslnn. Dr. Fitch'u unequalled Patent Silver Plated Abdominal ,
which they will sell at fur prices. New Supporters; Dr. Fitch's Improved Patent TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. Notice

October 3, IbO). 39 Books. Steel Spring Shouldtr Brace; Dr. Filch/i Silver In fir- Rooms between Judge BaMzell's andlhePoV "nUlLDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton ia Ware-house hereby given, (that application will ** """ !

A FINE selection of the Novel ol the day, together haling Tube. Office. September( 7, 1850. 35A O insured against loss by (fire. IS5 the General As.rrnblyof the State rf OojiJ,J

New Stoves. with many others, such as Bruce Life LEWIS fc AMES, i its nest session, for acts ol incorporation oip'

and TnvfU. I lumboldt'N Travels, Rambler in Mex DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX LECTURES: Notice January 2 j, 1S.V 3 Agenls, Tallahassee. roads from (the city of Tallahassee one lo t hi'
receiving from New York Cooking, Parlor,
JUST Air Tight; Stoves of the most approved patterns ico, Lo Giingos, &,c., for ale by on t he prevention and cure of Consumption, Asi hum a, LL person, creditors, legatees, enfilled lo di* villt and Mont! to QuiCeyandofldb0'
McNAUGHT &. ORMOND. Diieavvs of the Heart, &.C. and Ihe liibulion ; Garden Seeds. the St. Marks river. ..
and late t *Mc*. Call and Examine them. Newport. April 13. 1S.V on method of or otherwise interested in lime estam| point on
,a T. WHITE t CO. U preserving H-alth and Beauty to an old age. This of William Woolen, late of Jefferson County, Hot LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS Tallahassee, Augal 10, '50. So J

I .S.ptemher'21,1I'-SO 37 If Plank Road book should be in ev rv family. To the Consump ida, deceased, are hereby notified lo exhibit their A just received from the celebrated garden of Gj jnd
Meetings.A live it points out the only rasonaPsle hope for rehi 'I. claims and demands within two years from this dat e R. Garretson.on Long For sale Alcoholic xrncf C8iiib1S
New Goods. MEETING: will be held Ihe To mothers the directions it bj or Liquid Adhesive Plaster,
U Court House, inIhiii gives for the care and lo undersigned, or I the name will ti batted ; and LEWIS & AMES.

II. MEGlNNISSis! now receiving a full city, on Monday the 2S1h day of October education children are invaluable. 78,000 copies all persona indebted lo said estate are requested lo January 5, ico. 52 Philoloken, Nervine, bV
GEORGE of GOODS suited to the season, viz:-- next, being the furl day of the session tiE (lie Circuit of thin hook have passed through the press, and the make immediate payment. Nerve and Bone Liniment. For

Blankets, Kersey, lM., Cap Boots, and Shoes. Court, at Hi o'clock, or sooner, if (he. Court shall ale continues unabated. For sale by S. S. Fitch &, JAMES: R. TUCKER, Sheriff Notice.ALL SHIELDS t 112-

$ ON hAND adjourn in lime, la organize a company lo build I a Co., 707 Broadway, New Yoik, and by of Jeflmon County and ex officio Adtn'r. persons havinR demand against (the estate g June 15, 1S50. 23 than QuiuClt

A good nupplv Bagging, Rope, Twine, Sail, Plank Road from this place to Tnomasville, by way, SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE, Jefferion County, September 28, Ib5u. 38 3m Fillyaw, dec'd late ol Gadsd-n County, Bagging Rope Twine, &C.
of Duncanvilleor such other route as maybe fixed Quincy Florida. ,
Ice., and all other articles necessary for the teisou.O. Florida,are hereby called to the same
H. MBGINNISS.Sepfembsr ujion with aluanch to Monticello.Alto. fJCJ- Dr. FifchV Guide to Invalids, r Directions lo SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE to me without delay; and upon notice Is present hereby'given to BAGGING, pieces and half pieces,

2$, 1650. 33 if st the saute lime and place, a* soon as Ihe persons using Dr. Fitch'Remedies be bad,grail', TJfAVE just received s, larg, and general assort all creditors, legatees, and entitled lo distribution Twine,
foregoing meeting shall adjourn, another of all his Agents. J. ment of persons .
taretingwil Drugg, Medicines, ChemicaL, of,naid euate, that their claims will be bar Rope,
be held I to organize a to build a Plank June IS, 18V 23 than FainU Oils and Sides and Hams
Ready Made Clothing. company| Dye Stuffs, which they will fell red, (according to the provisions of the statute in Bacon ,
Ruad to Quincy. on the most leaionalite term for cash or approvedcredit. such made and unless exhibited Lard and Flour, new wheat,1
Mackerel. case ) tu mex
from New York Schr. provided
TUSTrefeUtd per Elizabeth.I The cilizen of Leon, Wakulla, Gadulen, Jefferi Persona wishing genuine unadulterated medicmw I. Album and Ground Alum Salf

J a good upply of READY MADE): CLOTHING, son, Thctnai. Lownde, and Decafur Countiey, are NOS. 1 and 2 in bbls., i bbls., and 4 hbK, for will do well lo call and examine their stock %ithin two years from this JAMES date' FILLYAW Table Salt. T-rialebv ,
i and for ule by G. H. MEG1NNIS*. : C
,i respectfully| invilei In attend.SS by S.S KNIGHT before purchasing eUewhcre.Quinry SAuut IL
Executor last will and .
cf testament.Scplemlcr
..h Sepletabcr X, Iky). 5SI citrab'.r% 16W> 59 lo June 20, 1850. 2J June 15,1 50. 3,1 tIJan 7, lSO. 35 Sw | 24, IS')

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