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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November 9, 1850
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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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Semi-weekly Floridian


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& Journal.KVESY MCCARTHY'S COTTON GINS. Fiom, the San Francisco Journal of Commerce of\ and private improvements through all the A California Speech. Persistency of Family Features.
Ic) THE subscriber has made further improvements September 15. towns and cities of I he Slate, can alone prevent "Fellow.repzthlicans aadfcl1'.nc.sifeers:- It is well known thai personal peculiarities! ,

the e Gins, and a. they ate now made, believes CALIFORNIA.T.eprescaf the social evils we apprehend. The I am a plain and modest man, born at an ear of all kinds, defects as well ns beauties, cai's
that better than other Roller! Gin
prBLTSfl : ) SITUKIMY EVEMXG.: ttiey ere any state ai.d cf the CountryWe mines of features and train
whatever. The Cotton, also,will command a better oiputa why they are driving every I 1) period of my exigence-which great event expression, are transmitted

TERMS : price in New York Liverpool from these Gins than day to despondency and death, or else lo occured at home one night while my mother from parents lo their children. Some

DLLAU annurnSfpai in advance. from any other Gin. The following certificates will are neither di poserl to be a croaker madness and despair. And if a merciful was out-I have struggled from the obscurity' times the reproduction of face and figure ii ;

THHCE THREE: : AND A HALF rer, if paid vvitlun six months. show the estimation. in which they are held ia this nor to despair ufihe ultimate: prosperity and Providence interpose not lo aid the efP,:ts of lo which an unlucky star had doomed me, till the child seems alnu.nt perfect. Sometimes i4

FOUR DOLLAR, if not paid unlilibe end oft keye3r part of the countiy.GADMJEN greatness of Cu!,fornia. But intelligence on human prudence and benevolence a I I have risen like u bright exhalation in the ihe face is borrowed from one parent, and

gj-Th'-seteiiati will be rigidly adhered to, and COUNT Fla., Sept. 20, 1S50. which we can tely confidentidlly, has reached tlicled curse and dire calamity will soon overtflie evening to the very summit of human greatness form of head, or of sore of;the limbs, from the 4

DO paper tll be discontinued until ail aircnragsarepji.l. -I lia\e been running one of Jarolt's Improved Mc us repcciin the real Mate nf affairs in the this devo'ed commuirly. slay heaven and gr.ui.ieur. Gentlemen, I profess no other. Occasionally, there is a remarkable .

;'. unlsat will be the recoivt-d option for ol l three I the publishers inonlli Sub'vn'ier One- Carthy's Roller Gins for mor* than three months, interior, which lads us even against our grant that our foreboding may never !> principles! __..unfortunately I have none. On blending of the two throughout the who!,, or '

3.ilai| -* -ix month* at SI: Vi Kvcry older* at for Ihei and have, in that time, ginned out a large amount of will, to (form evil forebodings as to the prohaabta ized ; but that the clouds that lower over our the unhappy occasion of my birth, a dismil puts of persons. Even peculiarities in the '

(i ut of IhisC'iunty; must t be accompanied with Cotton have lost with no time it. It with has it.given I have me no also trouble obtained, and the I stale and prospects of the country during heads, may pass away without berating! and and melancholy mm, clothed in the sombre! carriage of the head or of the mode of walk .

tin CJ'i unless tlir order coincs through any of our very highest market price in Liverpool for my Cotton the coming winter.Vo leave us unscathed by the lightning of so fear hues of morning, swapped me uvvay for another ing are transmitted, air! a family voice is .

'';uUily authorized agents in the State.ADVERT1SCMET8 from this Gin. I am much pieced with the Gins, \ have just been conversing with two ful a convulsion baby, and subsequently lost me at a rafflf. nearly as common a nmvel us a family face. '

anti recommend them to the public. gentlemen of character and veracity, with Sad event! but who can control his fate ? We Iu the royal family of Engl lmd.-a cer- iitfulness ;-':,
JAMES MIMS. [The following stanzas arc front the of our correoponJeiit -
whom acquainted, and who have no pen in the lowest and lateral of tho
we are ho are the creatures of destiny there is R divinity parts
\ pjiil us the slight to the fv
v b in erted at the rate ot One Dolbrnersquareu prefer
sinister motive or picjudice for what they say ; Knickerbocker to the Crescent. It is that shapes our ends hew them (tee i.s conspicuous in the portraits of ihn
a ecene rough .
r nvHv I line i lor t id> fiij-t.a'til filly cents t for each GAPSPEX COUNTY, Fla., Sept. 27. 1S50.I ). painted .
'ni.ppK-nt i insertion A reasunnMe! deduction hereby certify that I have ginned seventy bales and, though reluctantly, Mill when pushed from the life, as the author jtent a season in wanuYr- as we will." whole series sovereigns, from George I. lo _K

.vill < raide on I-sal nslires, e>titen >ticec, jearU of Sea Island Cotton with Jarott's Improved McCar and cross examined on the subject, they candidly iII:* over the j rairics from the 3Iis.ouri to the Rocky I was intended by nature for a great states Victoria. Ii has been equally' seen in other r-

Hoticf* wiih iut alteration, by persons having thy's Gin, and think it superior and far preferable,on confers that life and properly are not Sloiaitiiins. man. Had I lived in the days of Hannibal, members! of lh* family. The Duke of Cumberland

rnuUi cc4lt31s v\ilh IheoiHce. many accounts, to any other 1 hate ever tried. I believe safe in the mines ; that murders and robber- A PRAIRIE SIGHT. I should have beaten that chieftain in who figured at Culloden, presens .
kit]\ I pi.u1rt'tfl'n1q of candidates for ofSce, -ivini.t.tnvaria.1v ahev are now made, they will give, on an
in advance. No attention average, fr thee t months,without tepair,three hun lest are of daily occurrence ; that men known BT MEXDELL.Oli crossing the Alps ; and it is a dead certain generally the same \isa
will He iid tb nwyorderlornnnonncement.TinlcfcS dred pounds per day. GEORGE A. CROOM.QUINCV to have gold are frequently disappearing ; that 1 liouncflesa sea of living green thing that I caild have distanced: Cortez in sons of William! IV. The physiognomy mar .

arro' "a'iid with the cash. the life suspicion in most cases, and the sub. IIov many fouls have \randcreJ ocr crossing the Isthmus. He never performed he traced back to Sophia, the mother of '

All reli.'ion.mtrruge.and obituary! notices pub. Florida, October 10. 1S50.This'is sequent circuni'-tan'ial evidence in all, seemtOjU5tif' The surface of thy pray wave, the feats did he never came the Cha. George I. ; how much further, we cannot lell. "
And found its swell ; tip
tnitou lv buteditorial tioticesfor a lonely ,
Ii'4 ZEat ; l pri- to certify that we have examined the Gins the conclusion that foul play nnd secret grave It i is equally certain that a thickness of the
Wherein to for river in a with deaf and dumb?
at JP benefit,will Recharged as advtrlUeincrifs.( i>f John M Jarott.ol thi place, commonly knovn sleep evermore gres canoe, a I
as ihe McCarthy Holler Gin, (for Sea Island Cotton,) murderi are extensively practiced. I look upon the painteJ flower, "hombrc," without a red cent, or change of under lip, peculiar to the imperial family of Austria

Jon WORK. and have seen the same iu operation. We do n .1 Throughout the diggings there are thousands I gaze upon each tiury rui summer apparel. But a light heart and a (Maria Lousuiis said to be characterized i'

Wtre well prepred to eveculp Jnb Work, such hesitate to say that, in our opinion, the cotton pre desperate and disappointed men, who, Which marks the spot where dropped a tear, thin pair of breeches, goes merrily through the by it.) has been hereditary in the race since .

as biIt.8. ard., dlanks. nanhIet. &c.,with neat- pared for market by this Gin i is cleaner or prepaied finding tr at their hopes sudden fortune While some lost angel hovered near, world." a marriage some centuries ago with the Polish
and d 'o-ntrh, All I I woik of t this in better Mvle than from ai.y Holler Gin we are acquainted on A moment on her shining wing.
n -v : dcsciiption, house of Jagcllon whence it
with We do not believe that iheM.ipIe is are blighted, and that a bare subsistence is Sir, every man who ha* come here came. :

the exreni"lice( tut, tnut ttiT i be tn paid hiving for on early delivery.accounts with at all injured by said Gin, and think cotton from not so easily rea.ized, have resolved to stand I listen to the lark'svilJ .Ong, is a Columbus. He comes lo discover new When Mr. William Hovvitt visited Slrat.fbrdonAvon j -

==- them will command as much as any othet Roller Gin at nothing in order to possess themselves ol Meanders And turn to where some gushing nil diggings. I am a Columbus 1 was dead in qrderto write respecting the
from wmxlland belt
BERRY: &, ROWLES, whatever.SMALLWOOn, GIDSOX & HARRIS. the means either gratifying their vices or of And laugh as though a it ne'er Lad, felt, broke at home as Columbus was, and I have place* connected wi Ii Shakspvare, the schoolmaster '

iuclionrcrs! and romnmtfon Merchants and leaving the country before the winter sets in. Necessity for being stilL come out here to strike a new vein. Cut I airs informed him that a descendant of a

Cotton Brokers aside eiiher asstsMiiation not lot he mines Oh. no ou don't catch near relation of ihe poet was one of his pupils. ..
cc- One of the above Gitis, can be seen at Mr. David Men are being put by A thousand owellLvr lays I catth, going ,
Ill 11 \NKFULforlhelavorsol the past season, and C. Wils.m' strre iu Tallahas! They are warranted or by open violence, aid the perpetrators I note a thouiandhlomling hues; me up to my waist in ice water, with a juvenile Hs mirshalled his laddish tioop in a row," .

I lovmUttered: ( them elvos that they gave itis. to perform well. All orders promptly attended after( providing themselves with some of A thousand jx-rfamcs lloadng by, pick-a\e and an incipient crovv-bar, laboring SitS Mr. Howitr, "and said to me, 'There, ,s'

f rti"n f't I lln'ii I patrons, again otter theit t Cervices ..iC <> to. JOHN M. JARROT.Qninrv. their neighbors horses, get out of the way Entrance lay K-iu-eu an 1 try under a sun of one hundred degrees in the now, sir, can you tell which is a Shakspeare VI
>rr glanced along the line and
\vtth a celerity befitting: the emergency. As f shade, lo dig out the filthy !ucre. No. Sir I Ian my eye quickly -
ot L'OITOVby sample, and cet the highest
(he nuiket will allow, and;make prompt returns prietiht TOWLE & MYERS, lor .Mexicans and other foreigners, their lives Bat all in vain My mood is sad ) not on that hy. I hate labor-it was an fixing it on one boy, aid, That M the Sbak. ,

ol the sjine. Alwav* on the spot, the \viiI! be able Watchmakers and Jewellers, are made little account of by the rutfi:>ns who I strive but cannot mile ; aim'! now invention to vex mankind. I prefer an office, speare.' 'You are right said the master, -

!,.t tike ev-'iv advantacA of the ilnrtuitioiis, of the gy4! ; T IAVIN'G procured the services are at woik on this game rapine and blood, A Wild trembling fancies steak through vision twim every limb, one that is lucrative and not laborious ; what that is the Shakspeare-the Shakspeare cast
iimlc-t. Their cbai es will be as follow J. ALLEN of on my of is there
a.r'.ir fonneily countenance i is William
call sinecure. if I ; ,
and when the intended victims! try to escape ColJ drops of beat roll from brow. you a And cannot get one
n-ilt1 of t 12 bales or less, 5u bale. ..this to my
cents city, they are now prepared
4. 4. t4 25 40 per*. execute all work in the above line, with promptness from the mines with whal they have got, and To clia-n such ilreamiug from my brain, myself, i will go in fur any man who will divi Shak peare Sir' iih, a lineal" descendant of thepoet's

.. 4. 4Q 4, 3D '' 44 4 and in the most satisfactory manner. To our friends turn their faces homewatd, they ate almost I leave the camjt-trail far behind ; i !he on a d>*ad level, and no splits. sister. Tne lad, continues Mr. -. -

Over 40 25 at a distance, an early attention to ail woik which imariably! pursued by bands of confederate And humming as 1 ride it1' lIP, T *. Sir, where will }ou find a country ; was a fine lad of perhaps ten years of

HKRRY &, ROU'LHS, may be lorwarded to us, will be given.TOVLE robbers, and either juicily plundered, or csorae ve-liy in an under t'ine, like tliis7! Talk! not of orien'al gorgeousness ajje ; and certainly the resemblance of the

New Uuilditm", Main Street. &. MYERS. the road. Through scented pea-bods slowly wind, of eastern countries. Tell us not of the bust Shakspeare, ii use church at Stratford,
rn'hfr 11. 15t. 'tf; slaughtered on
; Cm September 2*. IS'iO. SS If.
Ths: deplorable state ofaffair*, instead of Atu! bring my jad'-n lior- at last fairy scenes which poets, who revel in the is wonderful, considering he is not a descendent .. -

CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, Towle dt Myers, a'' ating towards the wInter, will obviouiy become To whore a tuft cf luhI-grass. grows ; great warm bath of heavenly imaginations, from Sh-ikspeare; himself; but from his -sister, t. .

BY HILLER & BEOKAW, HAVE on hand, and are iv n-c iving.a new atiJ worse. Thousands of infatuated dupes Ho madly j-archirig learts ill a the ide!sun; a, chance I* noIJea thrown, [paint with goKon! pens, on leaves of Satin.- an-l that the' seventh in descent. What is

4 j'd/Irthasbte, 1'iwiJa.'r'1 Geld Lever assor'nient I Hunting h of GOODS Vv'atchcs,,cousislingoi viiii yet have to drink and drink the dregs of Upon a blooming j>niirip ro.c. The description o( this beauiiiu! country shu-h! I Ilj oJd enough, whether it be mere accident .

I-'t1I: would inform tlu-ir Gldeii wand of an angel o. HOt t, the color of the lad's eyes, a light ha. ;

c ---it;-9-' liurids and the public in general Silver Lever Hunting do upon, the ultimate ie ourccs and criminal; expedients pic-c y gronn J and crumbled tine ; liippvij! in the softest rajs of the sunbeam upon tel!, is the same as that given to those of the

; ; : il.e* are tec-civin; a are supply Silver Anclsr.j L *er do of desperate and unscrupulous' men. A" if a ftrcmrr and av.jje jaw the blushing and delicate surface ota rose-leaf. Shskpeare', which it is well known was :
<>i tit .. ;;''* .i' d JJnfjgM'*., winch the> oiliV Lapine and common do Hud! lei ted the frame before nri.inoiy! colored anti of which _;
!Ii>rjle on the rn.M reasonable terms. IVi>onwin'iiv Gentlemen's and Ladies' Uo frn Pin,:a peneial as- The mania has been oveidone, and now a <'U Excuse: me, gentlemen, I except only the exact copies
Deca could trace it bui-h! line. -
'(i bus, are nqi e-t< d to Call and examine srirtmer.t of I ir and ringer Rings, Gf-ld Guaids and pouetful reaction is at ha nol.Ve are on I the = Miny sea''n: and the lime when the diiil fl-pj. rem-iin.

!___ r_::t !I. iVl. l b -i 1 U.. |vVl. 41 Kevs, Fob and \Vt Chains, Seal, C.ld! and Silvci eve of a crisis no l"s deplorable' whether it I turn to fiv; It MI-JIH to move! '. We love our native lin: i-we honor her Not only have w? such facts as the preva-

A. B. CLAEKE Pencils.Gold liens,Gold and Stiver Spectacles, G ild come in the fcliape of:a ooiVf/'w or an explosion- A trembling Ju'lft rved prairie mouse Ibg. at.d would not rob the dnrnm-IIoii- it Lint tallneis in the inhabitants of Potsdarn,
Sleeve, Collar and Bosom Buttons, Silver, I'eiil.: and JI-is made her uuest \vitliii the ring. where Fre.Ie.-ick! I. assembled his imntof "4
( When thousands shall be adrift in the interior we had n fair show. li'it Court's* m'ut not re
Shell Cud Cases, Gold and Silver Thiiulli, 1n'Fats ( Te marrow once lay festering.)
Vj2 TTVIXG purcha-od 'he interest of Mrat Silver aid Bufijlo C ir.ibe. with no hope of gaining a sml! sisteImcC! but by- Frtin feathers of the inoui.talii grouse pijt on any airs, or we will lake! fhirgo of the !lotijii'iHinal guards, and a strong infusionof

LJL ulltran in their old bu ine>s, can be Also, Fiench Mantle Clocks, Table Knives, Tt violence and their wits, we agreed not to enter A liuniau skull Cu-ttoni'Hou&e and Post-Oilice, and( make a Spanish feui.irr: in the people of the county
'u ''d "I their old stand on Mumoe street, \Yaie Silver Tab'-' and Tta and bleaching near ; of G-iIway, in whiCh some centuries
.ilj Trays, Pialed and into details lo depict the fearful aspect; Six griiiiiing teeth the sockets thcr.v muss generally. These are my senti- ag-i :. -
where h- \\ill receive in a fewdijs fr >m New Yoik Spoon Plated Spoons, l'ork, Cr am and Soup Ladies ; several Spanish settlemenis made but .
condition (.f society t throughout! the cour.iiy at A hole i 14 crufhesl between the eyes ; men's geni hemn"ti. II they Jon't admit! us ii. were ;
one t Utculyniif Plated \Vdters, Tea Sets, C.istoi, Candlebticks -
Clotliing and Genlltin. to the Union, we will burst open the CuitomII we are assured Major Bjvan. that hs could .
.... .
e,er nff red in fis market. Altt. a general! as ortnifiit AUo.fine double bandied Gusis, Shrt aid I GateR.s gether with She lo :ss nml reckless Mlprnontsof And iiot f-r (>T a broken IMI' nn. & -a ninow fl the* peculiliriiies of countenance ; and the Jew :

"t French,, fligFia7. and Eetpian CIMt, and F1k.!> tine ocket Knives. J'orte Monniea, ) M.ciety, will fall buck upon; the town*, and Was it n deed of\ii t1eIC ? with :i parting blessing upon; girlswe are the same people in Egvptian entablatures
Rlni-ft anil !'ajeii U.tckMutaiiJ Ci>titiieis, lllaclt Poit Folios, Violins, Clironvts, and Tlutes, fine Razor to help) themselves to the Or dil gxuxnt famine shikc lain down ? left behind u*. and the boys who are coming of three iruumnd years as they are in .
v7u#( F'ncic ?.:iV:. Satin, Caihmciv, and lrtltct *, Strops, &,< think it no robbery To be atsured, I stooped a pare, after us, we will adjojrn and take a private ago
5 Mlitrh he is prepared to manulacture at Best quality ai.d general soitmerit f.f Peifunierv" propei t lye.1! their mote Joi'.tnute: neighbors, And searching very clo.-tly, tree drink." some countries at ihe present day.
it, Iita !,-hl tioiice di.
Tie rc-mnnnity terierallv are respertlti'lv reqw'd Seplemcfr 1S50. them, between dt-ath either; by starvation or from fate like tl J* 1 1Tw The Griancll Case.A A Eeady-witted Bank Manager. :
God a
to ct li aid: ciatniniiny si'ck! lirt'ure eUe- sav me of IS 17 the ofa
purchasing the ,
panic manager
t'1t"ie '" -w.. e, Oc-'nltrr t. ',rA 4I An Entire Stock of New Goods. violence: on the one hand, and the acquisition tature's law that nan mu-jt die! letter in the :v. Y. Tiibunf, from one of bank called
take themselves I hear that call, remote branch ofa joint-stock .
of at all hazards, to Tint whoa trumpet
& RUST have just received per Bri? C. money to all," the officers of this Polar Crusade; is daled at aside afier the close of btisi-
Receiving from New York, HEIU the other. When two or three I with !o fray good bye his accountant ,

Fl'LL .i- rt u' t t4 1 Staple GucJs *nd Grcce- cuiisislirp COP rfFijuied a laige asscrtuunt of Drcts Goods, away bundled, on thieves only are to be dealt wiih, fco.cicty And name the pt-t where I 'Lall lie. Baffin's Biy, and we extract paIge or two, ness one afternoon, and ad-lressed him in'errns ..

riet, e'ntktttig in p.t1 cf Lacbine, Broche Poplins, cati protect itself by means of police viz. Cure for a Foundered Horse. containing new and strikin;; similitudes fir one something like lhe e. Xow Mr. -
lin.nn Shitting and Sheetings.HKaclicJ Jenny Lind Silks, J Figured Brebitits, administration of the see how matters stand. I am off to head- t
and the of foundercd oit-mentloned mitters : )yuu
ilance! rigorous a -
a method for cure
(do do. Calicoes, Figuic-d Caslimeres, ; Venitun Silks! The following or two Yoi work the
Wood and MMlow Ware, Brocade figuitdSilUs, v Lustres, law, but when necessity drive t'.otisuuls' to horse was furnished by Mr. Peabody to The Awk and the Kittyvabwere the olfica for mop somehow; 4 '

Wooden Cucket and Tub*, Pain DC Lame, '(; Printid DLainr desperate shifts for preservation the sympathy the Columbus (d'a.) Democrat : teirmUof the stir. Sometimes vist wallowing branch through to-morrow" give .
1'aacy and Common Soaj, Champ'i Lyonese Cloth! Blk and coI'. D.Ljn: -s, of numbers and of common I iutep'sts on'y the oUlasiiion.ed you carte blanche. And he did wiely. Hhaccounrant :
the mislortut ihoes of I
I had rubber
Sperm and Adannntinc Candles, Peruvian Silkr, / Emt.t oidtred Ca-hneres, make look Some three years since InJia had just that sort of roolnes xvjthi )
l>iown and Loaf sugar: Glic. ( Vabingtoti Silks, and calamity, is very apt lo men to founder a valuable horse. Il vas; a corn picportions, iloited about our ship, with a in it fitted for such emrlg t
iash -
Na.U, Spanish OisMis, assorted Ctnik Satin de Chine, Dotted Swiss Muslins, with wolfish eyes on prixate propeily t and to j founder Julie worst kind-so much so that he clumpy! cokci.uusuues i>f their giant ungainliness. i a of ;ujiluniy: .
Rm, Li' uira, and Java Coflee. Ariiiuu Silks, ( Fiuuied Cap Lnte, develope a formidable confederacy fur criminal ( had but little whiles. *>ncie There was a great rush of deposi- .
Oil ha nd- \ supplv ot t Kentucky Hap in:* and Dale] tJljck Gio de Rhine, ; Plain and figured fl1'loreoce could not take a step. Having; ; They: were bade ters with their receipts fir payment, the next .
It ape, t'Iiur, Uaron, Hire, sur.e'jre'd Hatn ar.d Oil Silks, / Black d Chine, and agrarian purposes. human experience iu horse fit-sli 1 called in some '. At !lust darkness, the trar.quilizer! us day. He t"'il them, (quietly mending his pen 4
Lail, .Ve. JOHN McDOUGALL.CVluhor All this i is in keeping with nature ; ouiced him incurable the -the word cou.liiStt .
u night
M |pe fncj bou'i Ribbon ; 20 Lce Capes, neighbors, and t they pro jood.bye. the while that he but a re. .
.f ) very sorry
's IftSO 'V.* 75 iutdle-v\ork Ccllats, ( 2" pe thre d Ed'g Si In20 --. and it is folly to cl!,ifce rur eyeo to the t truth ( and advised me to knock him in the head, as me-through the niglil of the 17th, we
New Good8-1850. pr Cufl'js, c 50 tie wove do the forehf dig.; What is there to obviate this 1 could nut bt-ar i the 1 read tin? Inclinometer without u lantern ; the cent order of'he was imperative .
Ladies Cravat, Kid Glnxp, Linen Canibric Ilat.d- lamentable the {.jjeciiiest cuie. "No deposit! lo be taken or ptid short often
to s ) degrees.
of four
llrugs or prevent about
r HE are new receiving by the Suwan- U-rchicf,BJI i-gp,Silk, De Lai no jr.d wind{ Sh.w; state! Neither forces thought! if giving up so valuable and faithful: anaiiiinil >iiiuippi-d! below the horizon d-m. m.tice." Tl.e mdiager: if he were at .
I %Va.ia.and otlur ve-neU New Yotk and detuctive a result ? police I ;o mf liom applied
with n vaiit-ivt.i fancy articles too( numerous I to en a full lr>ck of the above, which, added to thr-ir tiained bans! of civ-c guard*, aided rf the with the home, which to-morrow
pre- ulnch we cffer low to all who will rail itdisceus nor '. liook Farming. I In an od! number, Unnomfortabla! as I was raw F
but for
bpftt.r will ise article \\ai.tedina j soldiers! within perhaps break through the rule ; as
compt every usually -> detachment of
I 21. IrsSO 4Notice. by the paltry travel.rubbing has
Farmer I found the following recipe cold and calou! > as lonj
S'i'itl'fHi' inailctt I ItJr' from, American, himseltj he wa only a clerk and could not :
t rare taj ii! been taken in the sfleclJnn, thev our reich, could have San KiancUeo sacked and de.Mroyed rapine flr foundered horses, and, alLon; li my faiih rendered me, in fact, to the ftil'd iI all new allord to !lose his situation. And he did not. ;
will nc | my absence from the SMe m> 1-cxiks ad! was weak, I immediately applied and nice impressions; the a cashier in the heal
DURING united and Diiring same panie,
j.i of STAFLK and FANCY GOODS, by an (;deperadot-s, bed
aic in charge of J. L. Demilh, who is art-iy success : ar old Night, that had put me lo so '
v\ iij.-i! i iii vaiiff. 'fvIe i and i ulity, will not be confedenicy entire 11 office of one ifthe banks v.hich were then
htrj in
atithoiiztd, to receive and receipt for any miiiiit due cemented together an agiarian of near boiling; affrcted My season f>self
tub water as me. .
j tt-.t.; in Mii ,iiaiT, and -HI on a.-i liberal terms 3san Have you a many \cus had a check presented lo him for
of run
me by note account. Veronswistiqtrhiquideti.t and bound lle tie common interest upon
by : strong his thoughts of hor:",
bathing leg* hour tor
> eMlablitJiuient in tlieritv.liU'rLER. their rhitns before my rduio, can do ho by ca'linon their hot at possible! and commence coiiin.union, my of an amount which he actually had
and acts { .lyment
and dviger! justifying : on of tire-side images
i, ) the above named at the fetlock and going upwind; consecrated lo the evocation '
gentleman. .
beginning till at the moment.He -
lands in the to meet .
S..p1enber S, I (). If October I Id. lb5fJ. t\\ S. F. BURNEY. the ;plea of necessity and self-iircwrral'ion Care must lie taken to begin at the! fetlock and ociations' the. only period in these not ..
humour xvro'ein
luic and thij latter therefore, xvith a daring ,
ol which h; ,
the former .s no above brain had seemed
C. C. BYRDT7'OI'LnrepiHtruly : & Co. for if the hut water is applied when piy torpid "
au'l! regions
&c. funds which
Bagging, go up the of the check ill) ,
of I Delnsi) Las been corn r
law nature. n
is t lhe/trv/ oil. When the leg active life, this, somehow -
will be taken warmed into genial or
) inform the citizens of Tall TUST received and for ale by C. C. BYRD fc CO., thousands the it the hair was: true enough in oae sense-seeing there
and now dupes
$Inhds-pe and hur'ounding country, that they I J 5,000 yards Gunny Daggiu piacticed, are which !is foundered has been well bathed, wrap: or other, was mysteriously absorbed into were no funds in the b-ink: to irKet it-and
are tiow, leci iini Hi'd opi'iiHi$? !: ai I tie stand; lonneil! > :),OCM) 4' Dundee do of the infatuation *>o unversally produced.Hut it in woolen blankets, and tie (he blankets oncaiefully unsiu1e. l-'veii uovvn in our li'ilu cabin it check. The transaction caused
occupied hv S F. lutnt-ya) l ijre and wi-il .eZe ted 2,500: Kentucky do when it comes to a question of life or now taturate the blanket with hot n as not dark! enougl for m** lo bid good night dishonored
**... k ol fancy. Silk, ami Stt.-jilr Dry Goods, Kei- 100 coils Bale Rope, death, and FO miny: in the same predicament ; the bottom and going tui. faces in mv colour-box. the withdrawal ofa fine account but it
*. V,*. Unity PInin Jitanliitu, N/iof ./foCaJ*. 20'J lUs. Lagging Twine. and countenance the fcheme, water, beginning at to the| % saved the bank.-Bullion's Letters on hJrazagernen.
unite until *
Jit-atly-made C/oti,, i>il>rrioi, IVvoil and Uli October 1', 1S50. 41Notice. to urge Repeat' tho hot water once itt two hours Country 1ank.
low ll'arr. Gfast cad CrorAtry, CJiina ami XlomIViire an n rarian war, with indiscrimin.ile rapii.e ili.., Ku-eilini,_?, becins! to jjo down. live the 44 OfF ibis coast we saw for (the first time, ofa

Hardvcaie, Cutttry, Guns, HoHno-mart. | and plunder, if impcrlectly resiMed, is by no *horse i wr-a purge of jj sage t tea, molasses and melted an iceberg. In shape it was an allong CII1W. The Influx ofGo't}.-."The London corres-
tfe all ol which they will seLl upon as rea>>onabl* GENTLEMAN and Vis to meyns an improbable; result to lie apprehended and should it bea of .itrard College-a .
A Lady, wihingr spend Iardsty a pint of each- about twice the size pendent of the National: Intelligencer, writing
terms house in the -ilI'uicha wouh1An
a any ) < crs the winter in Middle Flnida, desire a situation from anomalous and desperate state of for the.chis.'l
to bleed him in the nock. marble inonolinth, only waiting 4
the Cambria
well In call) and examine their stock before pur bad case, great by says ;
chain : eWwhrre r> />rT7AMtLYGROCEKir.Sandl'ROVIONSfor8ale it. t"41. 4tGroceries. or in both some,family(
They will give irikliuclion in Mathematics\ the Already we find robberies becoming rife directions implicitly, and, notwithstanding the pediment, u Parthenon floating on the ocean. into the business concerns oi the world! U be"inning I
Natural & Gtiruan Fiench in San Franei co, and it is not safe to walk hair would all but not u dazzling
Sciences, Diawii.g, .c., oft.repeated assertion that the Its colour was a pure, to excite considerable! attention.

I1 by C. C. BYRD & CO. and in four Ancient Laniuaecs. unarmed through) the city by night. If this come off; had (he satisfaction to see my horse white. It seemed entirely coated with snow The calculating people of the Exchange anti -

250 Ib* Dried Beef, Ihson and Black Teas, flftrene-1jon.Addicts, A. B Jude, TjlUha Baltzell.scc. Dr Mile Nash, I be the case even now, when comparatively speedily recover, and in a few days be ready of the most unreflecting unsullied purity, for the Stock maiket say that time amount ot.CaI. l; ,

12 10 kit ibblsNol? Salmon.t Mackerel, 3 5 bh11iovJei'tiSuiar" crushed do Tallahasi-ee. October 20, ISW. 42 few havens yet found their way back from (for service again. This invaluable remedy nut u glitter reached us from the chry&tallinenviss iii>rnia gaul produced during the last Crtliro 1 -

10 bag Java Coffee, 300' Ibs as* red Candicn, Caution. the mine, whnl may we not expect when I might have never given to the public had not beneath. Its tint was as dead as new. year is JQ 1,500,000. That from Siberia and

25 Laguira do f kegs Goshen Butter. thousands' will be (locking down upon us lo the same horse been foundered again and cured chased silver. There was something very the Ural mountains is said to be 'l.xoOOUO! .
l"bbl Butler Crackers. 25 boxes Cheese. persons whatever are hereby cautioned aaint the privations of winter, und thousands Last Sunday tranquility '
family ALL escape by the same simple reined}*. impressive about the impassive per annum. The question is now being mooted -
IU boxes Soda Biscuit, 3 tlo l4accaroni a note given by tne lo Fillers H. shall the time be arriving too of the
\ more at same and found the
stable received lashings bo
1 went into the with which it what effect should this amount of gold
10 bbls Nev\ York l'iour.( Ple prves and Tickles, | Ha>l.dat-donor dl.i'Ut the 6th day of Januniv, 1S50( do for morning ,
30 half do do do ( Currants.CitiunPrunes, and payable to said Hall or beaiir, on the lust daI > late to reach the diggings, or to any good my horse foundered in his hind legs. lie was sea." _ continued or increasedxviil! be produced upon
i'lckled I .bstert I of Januaiy. 1M1 f T seventy dollars, expressed themselves even if they were there. San refused his food and couldscarcely and and -
) 20 4 box fre h lUiiins.t in great pain, the Slave is hit its value, upon currency prices, many
October 16,1S50. 41 lo be given for the hire of a negro. The consideration Francisco cannot supplly all the unemployed I immediately drenched him 'lime Home of Fugitive other connected with political economies tT.
ol said note having wholly failed, 1 will not pay xvith xvoik even at the price ofa bare snhsislence. move. Caslle.-The Boston Journal Uates that, on subjects
Bonnets Bonnets Bonnets it uule ccmpelled to do so bv law.JOHN It, is likely that a few thousands, or with sage tea, molasses and laid, and applied inquiry of the Marshal, Judge Sprague has intimated ] Such differing viexts are entertained, 'J
D. BlANC!! the blankets and hot water. Kept the blankets ota and such various conclusions arrived at, that
lor the arrest .
; T received and hut ihe
Brijr Ocilli.a Uige fancy and ( process
J' per hundreds starving desperate men
October 20,1S50. 42 4tE even formed
ufstrlrm-nl of the newest style Bonnets offered in will kland at trifles lo supply! their wants, on all day Sunday, occasiotily wetting fugitive slave is in the nature of civil pro. we cannot at present pretend lo have

't t.I.i farket( thiti season,Coflsii1ing )tI. E. GIBSON not like cattle in them with hot water. On Monday morning that, in serving it, an officer will not b.- any definite opinion upon the subject. One
t .., i !raid Bonnets, ) Crimp Satin Bonnet, or Riilll'r themselves lo peiMi our in (fine order, \vithgo.d appe- ct s- fact is that the additional quan- _
attend LAND WARRANTS the horse was the outer door of very important
topiorunng breaking
wit \tumda ) WILL No certainly not, min can ex- justified in open tits
Scollopeda'dFlort-ncedo tip
the Bount> Land Bill recently patmrd by btreels. lite, and at work in harnes. lint for the that dwelling house i.t i.i lily of gold has not } pf, in any way. affected
'3 i'U'istalJ* do Drab Fancy doIt. ftiU to the dwelling house- every
Con Powers of Altornc left with D. C. Wilson poet it. When society btipply lost horse. JtJ3 17s. QJ.
th. .i d French Lire do ;ret-s. v American Farmer I should have my of its iCCII31 IUS. This protection: price-the Dank paving; per
Ftqr, Talliihas'-ee; and John G. Guun, Esqr tin-ans of ( < life, its homU are soon the t the castle ( fhuyissg f-
c4 times and the Mint ,
lt'r'i' riw d Satin Brlliantsdj! The above remedy is worth ten cofiued the dwelling house, orhouse ounce for it in its own paper,
will with attention.Qiiincv.Odober at however, is to
1 b'rcucr Quincv, meet tent asunder, and its obligations are an
Braids) doHorence China IVarl do
:3 17s. ounce.
at j lOgd.
of Agricultural paper.A and not to his per
I 41 tf price sleeps,
EIk Braided do Fane} Allmi do HMS.V) end, Hiul unless the power he any where a person -

trench Cap Siigs' While 'doming Spilgi, overwhelming, anarchy and rapine mu t supervene. was brought up before the Mayor place of business. It is also confined to the The Asxocinlian Prmriyle in XezcvaI'ea-s. .
Silvered Wiwjh, Band RLa. Blankets, Kerseys, &c. negro door. If this is let: opel), 'sr if the Mar
Tht outer
Philadelphia for stealing chickens. -The Louisiana Courier, on* of ;ihe (/litest 1
October -.>8. tSW. 4i Ji''&fc RUST. 5 BALES epr.each Negro IU. ll'K-d I and IvJ Rose ize Blankets.Cdo & qualities. I Should any mch terrific crisis as this seems of theft was conclusively pfoved. Well, Toby," s..ab U admitted within it, he may break open :paper* in New Orleans is hereafter to be ,x

Hats and Caps. do red, blue, and gicen tol'd Macanaw to be developing in our and 41 SPite: towards sari his Honor, what have you got lo say for any inner do.'r. published by iti edi'or and fifteen assistants in 1'

I Si RUST have just received per bark Ocilla Blankets, I fhe approaching wittIer, no'ldng but free passages yourself!" .ster.c.-i'lit' Presbyterian the Printing and Publishing departments oni
a large stock 10 pieces Negro Keiscys, assorted prices, ihe xvill rid of the daneious I as a .4 Family of Min lie Joint Stock Jer
Of' ol tuts and caps, consisting in out of country {get -" IS'uifio, but dis, floss ] wa us ciazv lt0' '. W. W. Manin, a $ Associative principif.
part 25 do Planeii thai the
elements, xvhich, if&uirered lo r emtiiti i dat'ur pullet' cos I mite Herald s.iys former editor nad still
when I.stole nine lUyon publisher, j.
W, bedbug ed ,
ck and white beaver Men's and CJot',1and 50 do Lin ey, fancy and eolid colors.. venerable Presbyieiian: minister, who 01-
hat., ) glaze4SeletteCaps Roy. Now opening and for tale by without relief until dislreks and despair unite bal stole de big rooster :w* 1 nebber done it. ull. at Livonia. Indiana, left he him) rernaini conductor aivl agenf. Th pries of

zlak white, brush do) let,'. and boys' pearl October 19. 150. 41 C. C. BYRD CO. them, it will be difiicu't to suppress, and pvenif Dat shows! 'cluVively dat I was laboring under I the lU-h missionaries in China! : ; fouisotiHinlav ihe paper: is reduced from $12 to 810. J

J arab hiiipermoletkindo liush do i sporting' Hat, Land for Sale. snl Jue'l at the expense of blood, would de delirium ticmendous." him two Mont, Presbyterian, ;nini ter ; ainl on; 'L'lle nnst useful sign piinl r* MI toe world 3 ,i
Clack ,brub Sombreros be avenged the destruction of the
doubtless! Iry ,
i>r b interiupt- New Ai the of vf vI r riM
CavtrdoB"jri' Casjmere do 1IESE .ot SEJof Sec27inTlR 1 I IN aid .'How khnll T stirlhe fire.without, kOhl in'lhe Thfofogieil Seminary at ire puWUhers ji jwj rr
wn"l Sombreros .. X W. city. iho mUsic -. forth) ** niiisionari wmk, isisunhuusi..tIa our biiHinc* i the paja'r f) u.xvuqrcl draw 44
'Childr n' coutahiing oily seres, well w(4xltd, ai.d ''dflU'! cwinlry, or irI&g I", .Ip ui%. reji'iriMa "
Otobr5 elolh Turbans Olftr do Adjoining the City .4| Ti-llalmiKe. Apj Iv ID Hithefrc&> pai-wpeu ..t Between th 'bais," was rejtlicd; ht ill ua'' family, : M'V' : -* .l .\ //'
1853. ( I ',{ iiiuucy en public I -
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,' From the EnfauU Spirit of the South. Union Meeting in New York Direct Trade with Europe.It The Boston Slave Case.,Boston.SiniNGFIELD We last week Merchant*.
(It & copied from
J1onrnn1. The Slave Seders Abandoning the
: The Nunville ConventionMB. ) jterthian One of the most farcical n &r of tha dayis may not be generally known that some Xew YOA

; f BAKKIV Drar Sir : Please ItIIjht11f. -------.-- -- -----.---. -- the l late great Union meeting in New York of tho merchants of Charleston, weary of Wednesday, Oct. 30. Day Book an article showing the Abolition

;. enclosed letter from tie lion. C. J. McDonald R. B. HILTON & C. E. DYKE city. One of the New Yoik letter writers, pouring i profits into the pockets of Northern The Slave Hunter?, hughes and Knight character of many of the Merchant* or that

.: giving the ri i ih' construction to the! EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. poke of it as follows a few days before it assembled abolitionists, hare lately engaged in import- passed through this town this' evening on their. city with whom Southern Merchant tnnliet
under which the Neville Convert- __- ==== way to New York. They I left Boston a large share of their bushes.
resolution = :: -: : 7- -- ---- .
: goods directly from Liverpool. Of this enterprise their Slaves. Among t the
lion rtirnfd. Hditots of Southern! November 9 1850. Merchants thus!
J adj p3per. Saturday, exposed was the firn-
the Charleston Sews
are requested to I _ Let m(touch once more on pelit.ics.- says : From the foregoing telegraphic despatch to Uen.
cpy. __ Smith and
: -
= : u--- : rys, Townsend, of 119 Broadway"These
ft 1 Your verv refpt'etfullv.REUBEN A new movement has some d.rvs ben i.i contemplation The ball put in motion continues to roll the N. Y. Tribune it is quite evident that the

but yrstl'nb.nd last: Some of merchants have this gentlemen have since addressed 1
I C. SHORTER Sen. REMOVAL evening i on. our year abolitionists and free have succeededin a not

Eufau1, 19th O,:t., 130. developed itself quite smartly. Papers were imported oUrectly, and they inform us that negroes to the Day Book, disclaiming. sentiment

I ,,', O: T The FLoniDUN otn .AL Omen" in every public hotil and at the comers of thy! are stom.lied nt the result They obtain driving out of Boston two citizens of Macon attributed to them, which we *

.:' MARIETTA: ((.':.) 12th Oct. 1S50. has been removed to (be new Buck Row onIClnrnp. tho streets, for names railing for a monster f. large profit nnd CAn rflbrd to eell imported who went to the former place for recovery pleasure, as follows puhtithItith

to be soon holden in: favor of thc good at A surprisingly low price. To great :
Dear Kir I have this moment received street: immediately over Messrs. meeting of Fugitive Slaves. The late law of Congress
1 jlfy : Union, and opposed! to the farther agitationof merchants and customers, we uow is the From tl.It 1: Day Look, Oetfbtr 13.
your of the 9th. Matins that It is believed Berry & l Howies' Auction Room-entrance say is thus to all intents and purposes, nullified Ths letter
: the slavery question. In whose brains this moment to show your p.-riotism.( : Encourage following was sent to us
by *om*, that for certain reasons Judge Share I two doors above.Cotton. I had its is more thin I know: a direct trade, arid the Soatli will be and set at naught These gentlemenhave but too late for insertion in yesterdat'i Ye1ltercfl.r ;
Key will not publish! the' notice f.r the reat.embliii ___, ____ ___ _____ ___. u_ __ __ __ but project one thing or6-n.quite certain, many of the strengthened against all tor foes-renderedimpregnable. doubtless been compelled! to fly for their paper:
., ; (,(the Nushville' Convention, :ic r. I .- V' )'>rl; JV'wr. ..-The nuirket u quiet New York merchants are afraid of losing the This measure doos not dependon lives. The facts are thus set forth in one of To the Editors of the Day Hook: j

4 quired by the 1nt rfroluiidii tf'tliat limly a nil :. Fair Uphills quoted at 14 J crnts.JaroR Southern trade, and this movement is made political or associated action It rests on Southern Press DEAR SIRS:-We have seen in
thai if b- nh ild,! cf.1 iit t it will lie our cotemporaries your pub.
\ no ytw/i
irry AV. 4.-M.artet ri.-k at quotation. We to counteract wich an operation, and to <(oft- the indivUHol resolve of each person. Let lication of the 15th inst.the name of
will do it.Tlie Two three claimants our firm
expected that I I. nil Vice Pirideit: or appeared in Boston -
catn-mc* 11J % 12J cents.Savannah These that it is U do the introduced in
'/ quote the Southerners.: papers are each man feel ; ability to an unwarrantable
resolution! will remember, makes! it I the!i soap i| to recover Craft and his wife, whose escape manner
i-, you Aor. ).-Market: firm 'without change. signed freely, and what gives n peculiar aspect State extraordinary; service, by buying and We do subscribe to the Courier & .
duly rftil" I'resi icl"lt' i! (l'tli t ( I IJi..h Ertn.m'\11 1 21! (E? 14 cent to the whole movement, is the fact that selling! from the abolitionists. The and to the Journal of Commerce
] tlc, inrfkeofllifUijf I : of ;h, rt'tfIWlJlhla I j|I They obtained warrants to arrest, and the of. and
uf 1JII1'td: rf', ..X'ir.Goo.J ordinary, 12} @ 13 ; those who :are the political friends of, and South, nith this resolution, all the !. we advertise in both these papers whenever
I arn nnt ntiilifuiz-d! t I.uuw i the iiieti'iiis fleer never dared to serve them. Craft continued
nuJJlinar: 13 ft IS I}; g.Kid n u\ldlinsr13J (J 131 ; will vot. for Washington limit, and the Whig elements of prosperity." !i our business requires us to do"so; but we
aistirei' in '\ from his
that olficei. iiu'i j! I am smne r. in open day to pass residence I dv I
$ ;of ii tltlliui; f.'ir' 1::11} ; fair-n<-ne. I ticket ", put their names to thcs? papers Here is a matter that surely should commend ,, that in so doing we approve of all the folia-
It|! a vacancy. by tiio death or resigUHiion! ---_. I to place of Lu inc'ss.nJ instead of the! fugitives -: 1
the )1'reMifeiit. !It t woil!,l 1m indelicate in meto I --- as cheerfully, and apparently with ns iUelf to the consideration of our Southern I the claimants were three times arrested I cal articles contained in them.
The position of South: Carolina. I much enthusiasm as of the most radical II We assert that have t
: any we never
presume lh.! .t !ht* IVeoideut will nut peifninthe. cities and Southern merchants generally. first on an action for slander, and then for subscribed
There doubt that the ; of pro-slavery men. New York city is & great to, received, nor advertised in the Tribune.-.
duv! tequiied 'him by I lh i oiitioii.|/ can jie no What conceivable i is there .I attempting to kidnap-and held to bail in a

,!vt'n if"I I t felt Ruth.It'izd to act. If he uere tll South Carolina are prepared to resort to novtiieisnies country, especially so far as polities are concerned reason why Tessils sum so large that few strangers would be able We are as much opposed as you are to j JI>.
curious in from New Orleans Mobile I. Seward to all the abolition
and dcvflopemer.ts cotton ,
some carrying -
make known to Ihe public! llial he consideredhi : and to 3n which her to give the requisite bail of ;-3OOOO, each.Anil .- movements and
go )extremity the political, : world here will soon be made. and Savannah to Liwr-I I especially to the course of the Tribune
Ap-'Jiclucola .
$ oflice ns letmin led, I thou'd: cunsiiler it when the bail was given, they had to on
leadingtattfKnien may for the protection control of this those and have 11
I cq'iivalcnt to a lesignution. and inlerjuelinj: propose I Who will have the contemplated pool should uot bring back cargoes of goodsfor I hurry into a vehicle at the very porlals of the subjects, always freely go ex.
of her and her is for i be Political pressed ourselves. I
-" my duty for. nn, ,elf mhnuld! p'lhlinh trie notice lights propert. I meeting remains to seep. the supply of these cities and the country temple justice, and fly for their lives from ]1
i ; We do remember
required' by the Convention. This he hts: nut utliT, hammond, Ihnwdl, Hhett, I affairs are here taking a most singular turn,, | the fury of a mob, excited against them 1 byj not ever having refusedan
the of the : merchants In other words, why should the for aid from
done within my knowledge! IJut really I do and a few others, to say what course her ii-: 1 1 but nothing can stop progress anli-j' j hand bills denouncing them a; villains, andlescribing appeal any section of the ;
4 slavery sphit, which now animates: the masses. I foreign goods yearly consumed by the South, South,for any object whatever, and we feel 1
of the Coiiven. their
; not consider the re.u'!eiuliiing I i-pts demand, and her people stand ready to ( persons as ftlons.
1 lion to depend on the publication of she notice.'The \! be first landed: at New York and Boston, thus I. that on every principle, ire are strongly dliti .
take; that course with unanimity and! then !I The Washington Union, thc great organ of with Southern rights.; We trust, therefore "
nnpafUlll'd I turn to the
tho j jj
reKolution, as adopted by the Convention Read foregoing j. profiting our enemies instead ofbeiug entered ,
< I Ij I the Compromisers, is compelled to admit the will hesitate the
not to
of hentiment whatever be its hazards. retract
is yon unjust
f fixes the time and fact of its session. It is at> I j following resolution passed; by th-3 m'etiagi i; in Charleston, Savannah and Mobile, to the and :
I remarks have made
quite manifest that for dis. j I following to be a true statement of the case : injurious you respecting
follows : they nl' prepared remembering that Washington Hunt, the friends ? Further
advantage our [ whyshould I us. t
.* Resolrtd TiiH when IIi Convention nd. uiiion. or wcet-Mon, but are in no wise prepared has The fact was clear-the right of the owner
I Whig candidate for Governor, come out not all the foreign goods which arc Respectfully ,
journ, it adjourn to meet at Nashville on the undoubted. lIe called on a neighbor to
tilth Monday after the adjournment of theebi'fl for nbolti
to avoid at whatever cu either by taking That in the of this I constitution of the United States the No. 119 Broad
opinion of way.
pre. nt > i of Congress. t 8. Resolved I of Georgia, be brought directly to St. act

_ _ The duty imposed on the President to pub. concerted action in tll Union, with meeting' a further agitation of the slavery i!I I Marks and Tallahassee from the European I Congress, and the decision of the Supreme New York, October 17, l.=O.

lish the notice was doubtless intended to htin" other Southern States, if they will join her in question in Congress, would he fraught with 1 i Court, delivered by one of the brightest ornaments The Merchants of New York city have: a

lo the mind of delegates the lesoluiioii of ad. any feasible scheme of mutual protection, or I! incalculable: danger to our Union, and that :.i ports ? Can any one answer us ? All that ''I Massachusetts,(the late Judge Story,) deep interest in prese:virg amicable relations!

jn1Irnl l'nt. Each delegate can compu'e' the by going out the Union, and taking her I we will support no candidate the ensuing, j I is wanted is energy, enterprise and capital on I all: concurred i in _recogniing the privilege of with the South. Their wealth is principallythe \

,. time for liiniKelf and ascertain that the day for o or any other election, for State officers or for i 1 t:Jie! part of our merchants. A friend i has j :t the owner, and in securing aad demanding I
fruit of Southern trade. But
-I the re.assetnhhtge of th.* Convention is the stand :IS a sovereign and independent State, I members of Congress, or for the Legislature, I :suggested a joint stock company with two or i I f flliree the enforcement of the right thus guarantied not one of ,

\ llth <"ay of November : I hall be at Nashville determined on self-preservation. Without i who is known believed to be hostile to the under 'lIe process was issued; a federal judge and them should have dollar of Southern mooey I

1 on thut I d.iy unless prevented) by some some concerted, judicious and! decided action j 1 1by Peace Measures recently adopted by Congress general partners, ( our general'lct ;! federal marshal are applied to to execute the who sympathises, with Southern enemies, I Iand

C\IIie unknown) to me at the present lime, and the Southern States, which shall compel i or any of them, or in favor of reopening of incorporation,) as a feasible means of i |law ; and forthwith riots take '{ ; the sooner they are made to fed this tM f
fehall hop" lo nierl full uV'ejratioiis from ihe)i the Cicneral; Government: ta 1 back I tho questions involved in them, for renewed carr) tug out such a schcm We fcincerelylt I tial lawyers demand of the l'lnct'-impar-\\ ]letter. A state of affair, however, like the

State, interested! in the matters to he con ider- f"1 upon agitation. I hope that something of the kind may be at-1''he ha3 issued-the streets of the city are filled :

I the Convention.Verv the ground of .1 ttrict obsenTJice of the Contitution [ idn.te" and with armed on foot and on horseback I present, is too unnatural to continue. The
edby 111C.i1l support no "can &C., i t tempted. It i is likely that no individual merchant -! negroes -;
Irulv yours.CHAULES South Carolina "l'tS no for I of Hunt the -loud threats are uttered-the effort* of I j South will sever her! commercial connection
afd' yet are the ardent supporters in our midst could afford the time and
t : j. MCDONALD.GEN. > herself ia the confederacy. \ as I the officers arc paralyzed-the owner of the I w ith I the North. A people, persecuted aa are
t HetrfKvC. 1U 1'l'l ( nominee of the Seward Convention.'flue 'j capital for the undertaking. But certainly by slaves and his witness
j arrested
# : lIounn.: now tend the momentous alternativesare 'I fugitive are upI I tier's, cannot be expected to pour their wealth t,
---------- maters Charleston Mercury : i of action between
says concert merchants and; 'into the of their enemies
i1 Telegraphed fc: the Charlcstcn Mercury. disunion or emancipation latter not We look upon the movement as 31tob thrr j planters, the plan might! be realized. | 'insolently notiged to leave the city. )Ien-I -

:: NEW YoitK, Oct. 31, 6 p. m. perhaps this or next but to i their suit." I time the Hacks barricade their houses ,
year year, ct rtainly : hollow and 5elfi.h.u Moneys i iTbfir But in the absence of of this ; ,threat Georgia.

1 1i 1t f Tin fcalrs ofCo'tonto-day: amounted 102500bales be contaminated at no very distant Jiy, and to I Ih profits are thrl'tt'nt'd.ncl they are I i any attempt j I'! en tae: officers, fnd defy the law. The courts The Election of members to the State Convention .

ftt full juice* : Fair Orleans lak ; Fnir ,' attended, when cosummitod, be it winner willing rescue them] by spending one day | !sort, we would suggest to some one or more ,I and the peace-loving: citizens look on in silence, I ia Georgia takes j.laco on the 25th f

Uplands, 1.1. Flour Jind grain are firm.- !I ia: passing concilatiug resolutions, on condition 'of our merchants the policy and propriety j jof and quietly submit to this negro domination: I

Rice i is unchin;>d. Tobacco i is advancing.Provioont : I or lat,'r, with j jllst as great evils U i ifi i: was to II that they shall be allowed all (the rest of (;, i lav ing in their future supplies in Charlt. .1 -tlii-s open, barefaced' contempt for the constitution intant. We notice that party u altogetherlost

: are b'eady.There occur to-monowj the year to aid the cause of abolition. j ,ton, from those merchants whose stocks are i and( armed nullijicalion/ of that instrument sight of in the s5on3. Whigs and !"
,''I was an ttiteftiut last nig'itlo rob the South Carolina may be, ]OEMbly i very I f ia one of its most vitcl arid! essentialproviMons. Democrats are bnttKng side by side either for ,
The j i made up entirely of goods directly imported. it
J I Village Bank at iJauvcr The mbliervvas unwise in her views and but that i is PugItiveSiaveLawinBstcn.BOSTON i Whether the negroes have besieged State action or 8nln!ssion. Judge Emit

f, S shot: dead unJ pmtej to be. a Diiector'u) son. 1 not the question that particularly purposes concerns:I Sunday, Oct. 27. j We Lelbvc that any merchant who should :t the whites, or the whites the negroes, has been nominated in Chatham by the Southern I

The Ftijli'ive' Slaves: in Canada; !: are )being I At about !half.p.ivt t. o'clock yesterday morn- j i do this, and have ft :distinctly understood that i i.; not stated ; but the blacks are evidently
but has
other Southern States, and which: her poiition !' W. J. who is alleged to be a Rights party, notvetacceptedtLecall.
ii; bU vied oat and are returning to the L'nittd ing, Knight : he fought nothing from Yankccdma, would chuckling at their triumph.
and determination should force their attontion. I j slaxe.calcher from Georgia, was arrested by He addressed the citizens of Macon{ a
Satc upon j find himself most amply remunerated by the Again says the Union-
Wise or foolish, what and !] Deputy) Sheriff llig on a writ for slander. ,j I few days since, and the Southern Tribune
response favor of the com111uuitVe mistake the We have just had the pleasure of conversing -
BALIIUOUK:, Oct. 31,7 p. in action does her purpose demand nt their! i! The writ aSledges that Knight charged \Vilj ; with a highly intelligent and respectable speaks: of the pel'cha3 eminently Southernin
ham: Crafts, a citizen of Mas-sachiMftts' with } patriotism of our {pcopleit" they would not be }
4000 baps Rio c.ff'Nt' sold to-day tt hands I : they turn away from her with j' bis, Iu gentleman, a cithen of North Carolina, on his its tone. Mr. Toombs is cho a candidate,
h:11 of ines3
I' being a slave, lo the damage j I willing to pay even higher for good purcha j
L 11 1 U-'litMlftcJ' *. X.riJWJjfcyltam} UlIHtIIJ : ".ji-.i- _". J. .''-'.b .L.!"' )'I ana detriment( ot his character In the cum of I ed in Charleston and there !j way back from Boston ; and frQm him we and b addressing the pt.'oIIC'r e are glad:

J announce* that I: Democrats and 10'bito fears and condemning her thus S JOOOO.) Knight was taken to Mr.f Ro 'si i brought directly ; leani that the spirit of insurrection and reln'1- to see that hij blo>tiing speeches in Congress

are elected to Con ri-*. He also appoints i iI 1 to fehame! her out of her'treasonable'purposes i iagraiibt i j office, where a great crowd soon assembled, }ij from abroad, than for similar articles which \ lion against the execution frustrated and are being crammed down his throat wherever

I tI I'.I lith hiyofIcetnhcras a day of the Union. we predict that i j composed[ of whiles an.l 1lacks.11IIge was i j had been the means of enriching: t11O.- e who thwarted, hut those persons who are there in
he This i i. No did
man more
of their lawful business insulted appear >
the South Carolinians heujied upon the prisoner, 'but no violence of. ; are plotting oar ruin. There arc some pursuit are ,
I I w ill be foolish! enough O fered. afier I publicly threatened, and have been admonished in Congress to open the eyes of the people ofGeorgi
Knight h
The Governor of Maryland has fixed the remaining; custody a. j thorough going Southern rights ma among

2SLh: November a a day. of Thaw: '!. % or wise enough} to resolve to take! care of I bout half an hour obtained. bail in 10,000 I I j our Tallahassee merchants, to whom we by an organized body of malcontents, calling to the designs of Northern fanaticism

"I thcmsehes, and! preft-ning: disunion to email.cystio5i awl was set at liherh'. ThU, is said to be cue: \ themselves a committee of vigilance, act and the degrading series of measure it .

Niw: ORJ.KA\S: : OI.t. :30. ; choo.v. the former and eschew the :'j movement of a series by the oppoients nf ite I I'I II j would eiyecially commend tliis subject. ing boldly and openly, to 1 'aYe the city.They .- wouM thrust upon the South, than Mr.T Ol1 *. '
Let them think of it and have been arrested
hen the time under
j Fugitive Slave: Law lo render its execution w comes repeatedly
The! CoUon Maikcl :" .iiny "ai"I'I} dull, t hlUT. I In that event fcho will leave the Union I as j And has since made disgraceful
j frivolous and false charges, and compelled to yet nL" man a more
owing the xiium: difficulty disposing of! \; f \rnnswl'riCthc I j I obiioiintif as l'o sille. The Committee of] for buying spring goods, let them act upon it. t
U'iw7l.I Proei Jetit is } Vigilance' I have 1 several essiorsand I have give bail to a large amount among strangers; retreat than! this same gentleman '
hajl i
will find
exchange.: The j } pak! this morning amounted wNe he j They men, not a few, who will susbill
to barely 500 1lrli. llacou has advanced "H I'-avehertowhathcwilldwrnhiT! it in said resolved! 10 invite the fup' :lfil fiij ij i- patriotic movement of this kind. and thus have tie public peace l been broken I rightly named by the Columbus Times, Haa- jI j

i' folly, alone! to receive the thereof j live slave seekeiB leave fuithxvilh.i any the laws been insnltek the dignity of the I
i to the
utjil i is quoted at 6.!. WhUkey iiU a 30.- consequences I city --- .-- -- - --- ilcar Toombs. lIe i is emphatically Merer/
7i and turn his attention to i 1:50 'far, no attempt has been made to arrest a government set at naught and the constitution I
Sterling Exchange 8. un-
( n maintaining j The Nashville Convention of the' inch" a Dtrnvyjogip Our sister State has a i ifew
fugitive. The !Ii i d--ad it the country trampled contumeliouslyunder
broken the warrants ?
confederacy fti'.l! Euld ting be- fchal's office. The excitement i is far.1. ', The Miiledgeville Federal (Union, re.matliing the feet of a mob of armed rioters, : more of the tame soit ia her borden 1
Nivv: OJLEA\S Oct. 31 I 7 grpat.
The Cotton M-iiket wa, (!uJ! ,lo.dav p. m., the txveen the! rernniuiug tatc: But judging I ny say the. las s'jould he enforced, while others i ij j :: upon the reassembling of this body : black and white, without check or controL- The fnllowi'ig) letter is from a Wiijf, eminent r1'

from his 'I'('X:$ message, it i is to I by thai it hhall A number of 1ui. : If tl.if lawless course be persisted in, the fugitiveslave ami I rJt
Ml 1.'t>asnouninglo! 1700)( 1141(1.! at easier prices: I apjirehendiil j say not. itiveh says as a jurist as a statesman:

Mi.Mlinjr! 131: ; Fair: 1-1. Hit CufK-e has that he will pursue a di.Tcjviit: courtumanlial I I 'tearing they cannot he protected, have .* In our Florida and MisM hiippi? exchanges|! law will become a mere mockery CLARKESVILLE, Oct. 13. IS->0.My .
(lcitifd, lull ml-s del tiO'JO) bags were mndei the army mal gather! together the fled to Calada.I : I" v\c se,! that the people: in their public meet. | by-word results.Aecoruixig. ; it must lead! to the most disastrous dear Doctor I have only tm;

,!aj at 10()$ a 1 J. Fiir Sugar, .r!j. Mo.laf navy, for the purpose of her to hubmission. I j Thus we sen the supremacy of lawst.btain-i j j ing are appointing delegate to t the Convenj j to say, that in my humble (opinion if the South

"! 2OU( 1 tlll"I ioUal & { a V8.Vliis.! Should this be rcdncni !;ed, and the Fugitive Slave) Mil! enforced in the {> lion. It is made the duty of the I; to the despatch above. will bej I now submits cal'r.Iy to ,the late policy of the
key, :.W.u dCl'nnintiol, 'I G.ur"a.lllld..ri: : resolution: : of ihe Legislature I,j ji fceen that! the threats here mentioned have General Government touching the qtit'stifInoIulavery
_ _ Jet those be assured who ;Icoti&erintive capital nf MdksuchnvMts I Tliis'i :
now that ; i to fill all vacancies in that body from the !! been effectual I ; that the Georgians, have been if will he but an invitalijii lo tbs

.hTtUtutJC K.-: -At a meeting in Mo.bie they! can prevent disunion by denouncing the i i J William Craft-, here nicntionud i is a fugitive ;!i Stale. II is presumed, therefore, that any driven from Boston. North to commit further aggression* on our
held 1 In llnne oppoi-ed In ihe lute settle. i ,
present course of that State, that the time for !j, slave from Georgia. For peaking; i, him asa i delegate elected or appointed! who may beunah'e rights. I trust in God I may be mistaken ia
anent ot'lh! hi ta\very question! I by Cmigres*, the Now* we doubt not, that any amount of dcejilion \!-
dare a Southern' is to attend (he CUli'l'uriunViii repoit to this opinion lithe South should tamely! submit
dissolution J giMitlernari Georgian
,; general of this confederacy a :
Jollou'tig tetolution, introduced l l.y J. C. : will i
iI will lie forth Southern submission
the Executive ,
I that: the delegation from Ihi put by I| which I fear she will. In judgement tin
arrested and his
Campbell, cfq. was adopted : then have cone. We hdh."cH' do | imprisoned, and only' allowed! "
only j Stale may be complete.: presses, to mislead the Southern people I South should do something .I l resi-
Kcsrjrtdi Thai it is the duty ufill"Soi'bern them in : discharge on giving bail in the heavy suns of' way
in this I justice toying that the gallant sons of j I A few days ago, we noticed in the proceedings :, in regard to the matter. Of course, we tance. The kind and mode r.f resistance i i*
t conjunct tu'e
every entouiagemeiit 1 that commonwedth, be they where 810,0001! of a pubic meeting in Virginia, (the ap. I Ipointment the question in judgement. I am nod:
to the labor and) induMiy, i>f the l'ron\ i shall bo told, that the supremacy of law is my
they throughout the The extract? above given shows preciselywhat of a delegate in (he Convention unionist. That must be the last and desjxr.
bror.d .
within their limit may Kcpnblic
people ; liy prefeirnce 1 and I maintained in the North that abolitonists,
prt'iniuin ; lo patronise$ mechanic utls aud wi! with one accord rally to her bannerand ) Iha South has Id hope from this Fugitive should) the Convention again meet. The ate remedy, if remedy i il, can: be caHed.f .
inference is, I that I they doubted of I the second have been put down ; that our constitutional All remedies in : will
f pro"
pursuits at home ; to provide by rubscriptiori bare their arms to defend their stricken moth.C i Slave Hill. Of the three, Northern Whirr Rep. my opo'nion
meeting.) We cannot understand ihe ground aaJ
rights are clearly secured. We shall be point. fruitless unless the South be united
fur the erection of rnauuftctures ; to maintain :31'! will be hurried resentativefe will voted hi1 Hill OHO was can .
en I'
their teachers school and to her camp, and of such; doubt. The Convention$ lj.,urned ed to the action of the Prl'sident-to the dc-I induced to join in their application. I Hats

own *, colleges money will I be poured into her Mr. Elliott the Kejireicntatixc: fiom IJoston. over lo a day certain viz : six weeks after j not time to speak of the remedies which hats:
cburche* ; discriminate in their commerce, exchequer, j ci ,ion of the judges and to the healthful coiiI -
'I, agaiiifct those cities nnd individuals who bhow from all the cotton growing region. Nor U Look and see what ri'gaid: his, constituents the adjournment of Congress and requested I dition of I been or may be suggested for our \\'rGr .-
Northern sentiments.
.; hostility td their institutions: or maintain this all The other slaveholding States will have for the enactment: The Northern peo- its President, for convenience of publicity, only I We ask can- In my judgement, any remedy would! beet I II
po. I to issue a notification of the day. He has.i in tied men to consider the facts, and judge for I fecliiH iftbehole! South would unite in itS r alliance with their nnd pie )have determined of
enemies ; thus ; not remain indifferent while one of their misters fully on Ihe repeal the
It l done it, having in the very hut: of his sum- I themselves. What is'r this law worth when I enforcement. The policy of the Government
the interest of domestic i ,
by fostering I
industry, for their Dill I by the next Congrem the SubmUsioniits
tght common institutions against -provided mersets, come up by the side of Senator : I has resulted in the exclusion Southern slaw
education and intercourse, to lay the founda.t Southern men can not even to avail
:ions of Southern an abolition governmtt. They will carry the day in the South, and in Foote. He will not probably attend ; but !I I hnlde, from the newly acquired TrrittJries
a independence. in the goodwill 1 I themselves of its provisions, without
and mutual independence of classes! of say, \11(1 her seaport becomes blockaded by tile mean lime, and in any event, to make:, it neither his notification nor his attendance are periling I and it is useless to discuss I the question of constitutionality. -
null nl all necessary to the meeting of the Convention. their lives. It is manifest, that its enactment The result faandwi-:
their citizens.1A Federal hirelings, as did Virginia in that utterly \'oid-ccmplctelyt dead letter. i practical I
try. Every measure condemned by that has been utter failure 1 of tbuWilmot
an as regards the lIe IhA the enactment
same as positive
ing day that ushered in the yet how glorious is ihelr conservatism !
party "if thiiteen Fusitve slaves passed Hc\"oJuton" 11 I 'body as hostile lo the rights and interests! of of its advocates. Thus far but one Proviso-and let it ;is said we iboujd!

I through Tamaqua, Schuylkill county last Fri. cause (i Cluirleston it tU cause of us all"- How admirably law abiding are they How Ih.. South, has been passed by Congress. slave has been secured under its not resist., The next 1'1t'p"ilI be tie abolition

We dearly too they love the South and what Every reason, therefore, which the Convention provisions. and'
day -nroute for. Canada. The neit day they not upon the COlsl>u nce- ( slavery in the District Columbia! ,
And the determination of
were followed by two individual, who, engaging Suffice it to say that whatever else hap. wretches must be those Southern men \vho anticipated in determining on an adjourn Northern men is then it will be said that the interests we hye
the askislance of may session, is now in force. Why shculil il not that one way or another it shall be made ut in Ten Miles justify resistance
our constable, follow pen, there will be no union between the North would think of separating from brethren so ar. Square is too
I meet 1 We doubt not )but that, so far from terly and inefficient. Ihal "e bate
rd on in their pursuit. The pursuers" succee- attached impotent ; and certainly it is true
and the South at the termination of this dcntly to them !
con. failing, it will reassemble with an increasedrepresentation. iba*
tied in overtaking! the slaves at Wilksbarre ; a greater interest in the new Territories
but owinn to the strorjj: expulsion, of feeling i. flirt.! Truly we have a "glorious U niun"-* nd no At all events, it is certain Cotton from New Quarters. in the Ten Miles! Square. Then the slat! ?

manifested by the people in their favor, they In conclusion, we rejoice to see that South mistake lo be U preserved at all hazards and that; even if no other Slate seconds her. South The Mancheslei (Eug.) (Guardian has the trade J between the States will be attackednnd

forced beat The lo the last Carolina will be pre. ent at Nashville by 'her abolished iivvilll* laid
were to n hasty retreat. Carolina teems not unmindful of the obligations extremity. following : or prohibited
constable was induced In (follow them under the Representative, on the 1 lib day November that such a measure would render the slave
Our mentioned
imprctfeion that they were hoi MI ihieres, hut II which the owes to the other SoUthl'n Troops Ordered to Boston neit. lIthe Southern States (ail to cn.ope.rate his Liverpool correspondent last in in the planting States more valuable uoJ l w*
letter of Wedlnesday's
t I" on learning otherwise, he reuWd' to tender States, growing out of her relations to them.Tlius The following dispatch is to the Savannah I in the vindication of their rights, it will Guardian Tuesday, an instance, published of the import will he called upon to submit again ; and O.

further co-operal ion.-Philadelphia' far she has exhibited no evidences of a Georgian : not be her fault. on until our strength is flittered away. iJ
any We deal from this of a cargo of cotton, originally! destined for
jmrjKJse, hurriedly and ithout consultation WASHINGTON, Nov. 4. hope a great COl'en.lion Spain. It will be seen by the following North will never do but me thing at a IIIDe.
sits par.
but members do
--- ---- -- ( ; nothing more Ifi'erf\Yollld W
with them, to biing on the to Yesterday President Fillmore ordered the : from the London Herald They will do nothing which : !
A Jaw has passed the Legislature of Maine, catastrophe than meet and confer, and thus become fully! agraph, copied Morning wottU

.t H; the Hallowcll Gazelle say, giving any man which we have alluded. I we judge rightly, whole di.-j'osable force of the United States informed of the Mate things in the SOl11h. it IIf Jl' tci day, I thul I the high price of cotton, so destructive it dour sufficient rights for but rebalance.that i some

I .J(' I fiom one to two hundred acres, nfl lift muy: de. her purpose) is to unite with them in taking Artillery and I ifantry to Boston.. will be of much use. It is often of as great awl the repeal of the navigation laws, are i say If the was North not will give an assurance t|a 1t

are* ut the nominal price of fifty cent an acre, effectual measures for the preservation of the ---- -- moment tofknow whom[ we cannot tru>t as bringing cotton to this country from quarters I they now will stop their aggressions' I might;

|p\ &lll* in two or three years in work on the A Counterfeit.-We wero shown yesterday whom we can. whence we have M\er had any before : Territories aJ
Union the Constitution and their I consent to let them Like ihe
S common "A vessel which arrived from Lisbon has
highways; a kind remuneration of as great (bays the Charleston Mercury oldie 31st themselves. But Ihe1

01'k. ,I advantage: to the purchaser &v tu the Sate'I1 : .- nIJT We imagine that I will only be ult.) a Twenty-Dollar Counterfeit Note of the First half lrard.-The Mobile Tiibune brought 327: packages of cutttm as a portion of: appropriate will give none.them So lo far from'it they will! ?*

I1 The farmer must, however, clear up a certain when they determine upon unconditIonal. says : her cargo.: The vessel! Ron, oi France, arrived their demands. h il p4JS1that b
State Bank. The engraving was; of nn from has tinue to enlarge -
Algiers, bales of
number of acres within a given time, and mission; that she will take her in her brought CG9 ibe .bre
cause We 11:1in this office n sample of the first Georgia will do t less than invite
inferior character and the wool and the
than vessel
bouie for his residence paper coarser, cotton ; Emily! from Mor- n

p reel words a, he mutt go to work, improve: or his in other farm, own hands, and preferring) secession t enian. I in the genuine. notes from which it also varies ; yard of goods the ever first manufactured in this city. rocco, has brought a cargo of cotton wool in holding States to meet mhiiiiesion them' in and C nwBWto siwnc: ,
Yesterday loom was in unite with them in
Union in which she put .
I i L and) make it his home. Much of that offered cipation, quit a cannot in the left hand vignette, which in the gen lion at Bloo-lgood's Factory, and the weavinirof opera- bag __ __.__ .______ or on some mode of resistance 1I

.." to ettler on tbe above conditions lies In Aruostook safely rel: _______ I uine 1 Is a head Franklin, and in tbe counterfeit cloth commenced. When we visited the Mr. Barnum, in a recent temperance ad. I have tim to say no more, and repeat ..

county. ; a sheaf of wheat. The signatures are factory about noon, everything was not com drew, said that he would give more for a drunk regret that I cannot be with you. HopI"of

-- f The name of Maj. G. T. Ward was. pletely regulated, 'but I enough was seen lo ard who succeeded in business, as a public thai: Oglethorpe may prove htrst'JC"utlh!
i A Douhlin contains the following :- good imitations of the original The 171.
paper omitted from the speaken very know that the curiosi.y, than for thing that he ever had, the obedient #'"
f. accidentally among from machinery worked well!, and any crisis, I am sir. your nv)st
Mr. Alabama
Kenny returning note forwarded
Yesterday, was andap.
4 j (.-) down and broltthit neck, but happily lo.'own, n. at the Plank Road: Meeting In this city.{> pcarcd lo have hccn in circulation fur a coneiderable ( some twenty yards of very good! cotton not excepting the Woolly Horse, Heth CHARLES nnilGHER
Frank Diamond, t the Mermaid or Tom Thumh.I Dr. JjisiEt S. Sxa.
i were woven during tie duy.
I ttir: nofur'Jitr drrmocr.s I the 38th ultimo. i time. I



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Jury Presentment Southern Bights Association. p/5\ver to cumpete successftilly with the North Valuable Lands for Sale. TO THE PUBLIC DAGTTEBREAN *

Grand Jury in and fur the body of the At a meeting of a portion of the citizens of Leon in the manufacture of Cotton (;odg.-san. WtLL he sold 'ht public! au'tioi, inQ'iincy' 0:1 T ADIES and Gentlemen, call and beh >M SKY-LIGHT GALLERY.

The the Fall term, 1650, in Ootintv, at llount Eoa Meeting House, for the formation nah Revs. the .tk Jay of January. $51, t-vo JLl As Varied a STOCK as in fva e'er was old. sumcriberresperttZily announce to th. L*;. v-'.
County of Leon, at of SOUTHERN RIGHTS ASSOCIATION tracts nf Land belonging lo thy eslattf ol Reuben B. Beside all (hat Fashion may claim ss her own, TIE 3i Cfntkcsen of Tallahassee arid'Its 'I.! .*
-.jheir labors to a close, desire to makein Senator Berriea. Hicks, decea ed. 7 have all the goods in ilomfttie ne known &Ieurs. Ball ,
) u ? Capt WM. LESTOI iii the Cliair] Col UOBEBT W. WILLIAVS The One tract i* in Calhoun county, on the Apalachi- OKI! Vulcan has fashioned hi' hardware so well, doily that h* ha taken I the Rooms over of Pkintt
south has been f.r Jhe UDagnierrean -
with interest Clothinir Store. rurp
tk 1 iolo: ''in
Grand Jury coiuratulatetleir fellow ejvkrtcJ the fulloTviog Preamble and Constitution to the position this distinguished Senator contains nearly 20-X) acie< of, Land. I It N Supposed Saint Crispin this season, regitdlesj of weather. ioaabteai.d IIC imnrovemeotsofthe srtbesutmfullj.mut i
Tie that there are from three to four hundred acres of Presides o'er my Shoesmade ot all kind. of leather: ; 1.
!bc general health and prosper. xrhichrcro taianimonsly adopted, viz: would occupy in the exciting canvass up in Morticcw C 'es. Locket, Breast Pins.Me- -
land Their
jiijeni, upn pine from five to six hundred acres of hammock material's good and their patterns so tare.
flegnaranerstogive M
the in Of his and from I'lOO to 1200 cf the tichest They'll real.'y adorn all who purchase a pairThey're dalions.! and Finger
.110ftbe people of this section tf( country, PREAMBLE.THTEREAS now going on Georgia. recent acre goodilnot beltrr, Likcr r !H than any that has ever -
cane-brake river-mad low made no elastic, they'll have a iKui run.
'inj gratitude to the The nonkvcholdiug States of this Crnf speech at Macon, th Federal Union : !ronndi. 400 acres, been ibaintsI l herctolnre in this ritf. He feels JMtiSe .
think it a just tcau e says or thereabout, are now open for cutiv! fion. And may not last lor.;.ro buy two 'ttead of one. he in full -

nserofall good,that no pestilential dis. cracy arc organized in opposition to the ejrtcn- Much doubt seems to have existed' here The improvements consist of a dwelling-house My Bonnet ire beaumiul-had I a wife, l in the above aj erli late as eroenff n In the posse rooth .
of the principal
cril has been permitted to visit skin cf the institution of tlarurT into the Territories tofore with! regard to the position of this gen with four rooms, some twelva or fmutetn excellent I'd dispense with a hat all the days ot my life: n-n in chemicals and otbcrwUe. Ills pictures, *
or great negro Cabins a i-jzir mill and fixtare-i. anti other r.dt "peaking i cf Hats, your attention I'd call
ease, of the United States,thereby appropriating to them- tleman. His Macon Fri
at wiflbeseenare
great speech on necessary out-buildings, ill new and in g<*->d repair.The TM Gentlemen' Beaverboth low crowned and tall :
us. Bf-lTes the settlement of country which M the coninnn day evening last, will put to rest all suspense plantation has been newly feoceJ ia, and is Ji- Nor have I 1urottentbeyoith's tender crown- .4 Surpas-x-d by mme and equalled but by few** p

The records! of the Court will show that property of all, and xsliidi should be open to as to the whereabouts of the venerable Sen vided iato four shifts. There i is one field of 120) a. I've Hits for them, too, [from lout teen years down This subWiber\\i my hasateoasiJerableeXpertSetlPd pictures) pro eit true.

been cres nw in su reine of ine, luturiaai grcwlh, An j SadclUs on which tbey and father may ride, The
fcff crime* or mifdVrrKanors comrnittfdin Mttlcment by all : AKD TrEEiiEAS, The recent cc- ator. The house in which Judge Berrien a:> hh apartments son to obtain a iky.light from ?i
\nd itir-ntp too for their mother beside.
planted m< stly within the present snJ last .- can one, ,
this county, calling for the eierciscsofibe tion of Conpres, by -which California \ra admitted Fpnko, we loam, was filled to overflowing.He .- purchaser ra'gdt safely calculate OT mtking year.Th Some! say *' ailatituins'1 the truth does not tell, shove I need not tell the patrons cf the art that it '

rigors of the law-and fewer Hill; ) that as a State, lias given to the North a controlling majority nobly sustained! the Cause of Southern from 01 ta 1201 barrels ot synij* from the raloonin Cut what /advertise, I've in Vore-and to selL is above one is of concentrated the greatest additions en the object, as the, and light regular from, '.
of California this field another Cotton Tobirco and In all that is laucilul. ta. eful.and rare
in both branches of the National rights-boldly declared the admission j'ar. i
legislature: ihle with kind ,
which i is im > of ide.ligM.-
character! which frequently! shock tock with the best in the will o* any
,jjravAted Constitution Corn can aha he cultivated mo-t iurcesfully.! My SOUTH compare.
fraction of the
AND xniEtEAS, Their determination ultimately to : a palp-.blein This is more tested where families and groups are ta
Competent judges thito be the host Tis true that my store, tho' large, ii too small,
;:.e snif-e of the good people ol some regions.fflr destroy the institution of ekvcry in the United States -and showed that the South had lost every tract of Land on the Apalachicola River. Person To contain all the coods 1 have purchased this Fall: ken. The citizen and particularly the Ladies, are .

this general improvement in the morals H no longer concealed: AND \TKEREAS, A recent thing but her honor.; We hope to lay before .!e iring more informalioi are referred to Uti-lson Rut the old Rail Road Depot can bold a/no more, respectfully invited Old Pictures to call at cleaned his room a ml* and''put examine in a I

fuller of this distin- Muse of Rev. Jess Coe of Jack-ton And there, for a few days, the remainder 111 store. specimen np
doul-tless! indebted our readers a account Q'lincy, county -
; ,ffte cminiuuityc are law <>f Congress, nwde in pursuance of a plain provision manner lo preserve them hem fading. I have two
Columb From present their will be short,
near Robt. S. Uardaway, appearances stay
effort in next issue.
to a large eitf ni, to the. faithf'il admiuistra ion of the Constitution for the recovery of fugitives guWied our Ga., James Dru-nmond.on the nremi es, or the sub For goods disappear with the speed of a Ihouzht ; fine German instruments operation, with aspien.! s '.

of the laws of the land, as well as a disposition from labor, can only be executed (it at all,) by 1\-ansmitttd for the Jlijirriean.DOSTON scriber, near Diamond Grove. Brunswick, Va. The reason is piain, but no plainer than ri1, did stock cf mattriils. JOHN R LLOYD. s .
Theother tract of Land is in Gadsden 9 For good at low prices most people delight : '
force of arms, thin changing the character of our October 23. Start Laic county. N. B. Instructions given in the art, according! tJ
to rrpect and obey them. -Fugilire miles ith-eat from Q'lincy.onfheTallaha f-e road, And, a* I expect to bw. Pore in the Fpring, and otbrr- ,.

Having vUited and examined the jail of the Government from a Government of Lurs to a Government Congressional Nomination.-The United having Wm. Jackson's tract on the north, and Forman If I do not sell now, no more reed I bang ; the latest ir.j''thiirhemicals; October 26, IS50. 42 3m 1 I

of force : AKD WHEREAS, The only hope of States Marshall in this city has now in his [>os. & Mine** on the southan-1 contains SOO acres. So it's to my advantage. ftr cash or good credit, A-i-e._ -

county, ths Grand j'iry are opinion that it is residing pucceasfully the encroadimenta of the North Mission warrants for the arrest of a large number The fea island Cotton grows finely on this Land. To sfll all I can-that's the -ason I said it. To- --Planters.nnd '

TVr/n'-One-fourth of the will I would not have put name thus in the print
purchase my
in Mich condition money
altogether at to afford Constitutional is tube fou d in
on our Rights prompt of slaves.
nit fugitive be requited i in cash, and a credit of one, two and Cut I wanted to give my country friends a kind hint; rVIlE -rsisned hate just received their Fall

the proper comfort to its inmates. We would and efficient organization at the South-Therefore Much excitement prevails amon
recommend the County Comtntegftoii rn to JJetolvcd? TliatwewCl organize SocrnERS RIGHTS population. The Court-house has been executing bonds with approved security, and For whene'er they want goods they need nos WVITE,* for sale on accommodating tcrir.s, consisting in part k kof .
appropriate the bonds carrying interest. Not one ever hinted a want of the henrf, the folhwinj:
Assoaxnos under the following Constitution, and we surrounded by them all the morning. According .
annually a sufficient sum to white. BURWELL B. WILKES. That my viried stock did not fully impart: [now. Bankets-Lcden, Duffil, Mackinaw, aid Cref.
and AUo call upon the people of every County in the State to lo accounts they are determined to re. Executor of Reuben B. Hicks, deceased. And my Cleiks should demand some attention just Plains-all wo"l and heavy. ,,

wssh the building rooms. to repair lay aside their party associations and organize for tho Mt even to the shedding of blood! any attempt November 9, 1S50. 44 8t As they've paul attention, their claims vou'll allow. Kerseys-Washinrtnn. striped and Georgia.Uwey .

(flooring, which much worn, having boles protection of Southern Rights and Southern InstiUitions. at carrying back to slavery their colored Mr. Coles, both in country and town, is known wtll.lie -f ncy plzrdsand plain colon.o .
For Sale. has hut one failing-he ne'er fui/, to jell ; Gottort naborz ,brown shirtingsprints flannels .
the brick which require being filled up, and brethren.A .
ii And Mr. Pomdexfer and and wool nats.tnda
H attentive kind handkerchief ,shawli, negro caps
Land Warrants all
the fliior cemented over, as most of the old ooNSTnunoN. negro named Satiner who has resided SEVERAL located Bounty in tract And ne'er fails to wail npnn all of mankind ; large stock of rn ?ett HEIR & RUST.
can hj one body r on
covering i is worn out.'c would also recommend ARTICLE I.-The name of this Association fliall bo here three or four years has been pointed any Lands of the United Stvfe. not hv'r-tefureold or Mr. Matheway. toothough he** absent ju t now. October 20, IbOO. 43Groceries.
out by his master. The impression is that Will -alwa\s be on hand with a smile or a bow :
the Southern Rights Association of Ceatrcville District taken up. DAVID COOPER, M D.
an appropriation of funds eiifficcinl to But a* for myself, I have little to say .
Its objects dial be to aid in securing concert of serious conseq-ienres will follow if an attempt November 9, 1S30. <4 Save that high prices for Cotton I _
purchase cols and a supply of bedding fcr the he made to arrest him. It is said that several pay ) X BARRELS and 10 Hall-hbl New Yoik and
And all times
action among the people of thh and other Southern purchase at Potatoes and Tallow, Western flour MackrrrI No t and 2; Butter
of who have arres's have already b !en made Middle Circuit. Pea, Meal, and Honey and Wai, white and ydilw Al ;
sccomodation prisoners, no comfortable States, for the protection of Southern interests,and theindie.ation secretly, ; ; Cheese; .Almomis ; Cndy; Raisin ; Bacon'
and thuf in in Lever- LEON COUNTY-IN EQUITY. I aw now shipping; Cotton and Tobacco for all .
but compelled to side*, stion'.dera! and oeaicured Hairs ; j
( place, arc repose on of Southern Right.-to and
preserve protect Of old and fiiends whenever call
ett street. The Judge was interrigaled this Tallahassee Rail R-iad Company, Complainant, my new they Irish Potatoes Codfish Onions Rice ; sugar, but.
; ;
Ihe cod' damp brick floor of their cells. We the Constitution in its purity a* the baeU of the A'd will giv satisfaction-but I'll say no more here,
r* ter and soda Cracker, for tale by
in reference the
observe of the enclosure Federal compact and the only foundation omdiicli morning subject by negrfcs Richard Hay ward, George t. Walker, Union Bank For when a thing's known, it is perfectly clear. Octabtr25, 42 HEIR &. RUST. a
also apart nroutu '
their abettors but he would not At llO.VtfTi'-eFj/ref/ at leisure
of Florida and White your
the Union of the States was made, or on'vbich that Rurbutt R. Beltoa, Elijah -
the jail in a dilapidated state, having beci answer either pro or con. He declared, Defenda itt And lll how you&,sell you goods a1s9 with pleasure. Notice. .

Union t-hould be preserved. however that all the appearing from t theallegaliinsof i Complainant's In the above there M more truth than poetry, far.
down the recent storm and examination1:, ii month msde to
blown by needing any IT afterdateapplkationwillbe
ARTICLE II.-Every friend of the South who L* prepared Bill, which are verified by affidavit, that Defendant There are more vesels in. t hnugh not over the lar ; SIX
took should be made and of Probate of JeBi
place, puhlic, the Honorable Judge oaToiinry
I will inform i in few
repair. in White is roident of the State of duly a days or more
to co-operate carrying out the object of the Elijah not a Administrator of
Courl-house. The excitement increases ev. of that (V'hen the good* by the Hnxlie" are opened in store.A bv the undersigned. George
Floridabut resides in the State ,
Georgia so
Whilst the Grand Jury'are happy to state first Article, -hall( be considered a member of this As- cry moment. he cannot be nerved with proce of subptcna : Ihiiteen tea half our best Cottons now tell.? Ellis, drea'ed, late of said Cointy, for discharge "

the ofths roads of the mciation upon signing these Article Which pleases our Planters remarkably well : from said adcini tratorship. r
that perre-ial-cond.tion
The negroe* are mustering strongly with // is thrrtvpon Ordered, That Defendant, Elijah CHARLES L. POWELL.
ARTICLE IIL-Any member withdraw by hiz- White, plead demur to thi Bill!, on orbefore I invite yonazain to call at 110,
ood may anver, or
intention of forcible
the di-moti'tra Cm
there 2ti.I541
county! are ; they regret ate making a For having been there call there JetTerson County. October
once again.
the fir-it ia next, at the peril
nifying )1m dchire to do so, in writing, addressed to the should Monday
exceptions, and would respectfully direct the the tion, they positively ascertain whether of having said Bill taken fur> confe -rd, and a to November 2, ISoO. 43 J. M. WILLIAM Just Received and for Sale
President of Association. ,
of or not any of their brethren have been, arres him set do-vn fir hearing ex parte: Prooidrtt, That
tttcntion the preper authorities to thi ARTICLE IV..-The Officers of lids Association diallI Hail Road Office BARRELS Family Roe Herring,
ted. This is by no means a creditable state a copy of this Order be published for four months, 10 ,,

branch of their public duties. I l e a President, five Vice PrcfiJsntfl, a Kacorjjng Secretary of affairs, and! it is hoped the good people; of one. a week consecutively in one of the newspapers uvrmber 1 IsoO.BY 1 i "' 4.
We would evil and of five Secretaries and aTrea published in the city i>f Tallahae.ThOMAS a Resolution of the Boatd of Directors, the rat- 60 Extra and Western ,
present ns an one no Corresponding u- Hobton will regard the integrity, and honesty BALTZELL 10 Whiskey.N -
Judge. of transportation on the following articles i-i reduced
ordinary magnitude-the manner in which rer, to Vie chosen annually at the AnniversMy of the of lh<* law, as to put an immediate s'op to such November 5, ISW. to 12$ cents for one hundred weight, to take <>. 1 and 2 Mjckeiel in quitters, halves and

of the State Assr. Lition, liich Offict-rs shall constitute an ErtcuCve attempts at its tiolatiuti.0Z A true copy from Mi'inte* of Court. effect train the first day of November, 1S30: whole barrels,
public arms are -xpo>ed. In A large lot i-f Soap,to be sold low by the box. '.
Committee. OCR A. MVT.R5. Clerk.M. Lime, Cement, Slate, Hay, Brick, and Stoneother
the opinion
should be attended ARTICLE V.-t\e pl lge ourselves to cneh other, at court, the presiding judge thought it his du- November 9, 1S31. 44 Im Ojfs ai I Corn five cents per bushel. *l500 north of heaw fm.'es, besides an exteosiv*

: to peediiy. tliat wlule we remain members of this A iwnration,we j ty t to reprimand her. In .con-icieration ot the reduction of freight the atsortrnent
Although not perhaps within the sphere of will not vole fur any man, for an office of either l honcr ** Madame, why were you not there soon Jefferson Circuit Court.IN Company will! not hold themselves respop.ihe! for (Jctt.her 2r, ISS-'J. 4i S. S. KNIGHT. *

their legitimate! duties, the Grand Jury think or profit, who is not known to be the open and zealous er ?" CHANCERY. damage to Lime or Hay. Con-i t.eei mil huld Valuable Negro for Sale.
themselves in readiness to remove the la't njmed articles
i i' pioper to express their tiew upon the sectional advocate of Southern RLjhta. *. i I: couldn't come, sir." Bill for Injunction and Distribution. upon; discharge of the cars, as for reason t-f FDR ale a Negro fe'.lo' v, azed about twenty-four*

still the. ARTICLE VI.-We pledge oumJv% that while we Were you not ubpccnaeil, madame ?" Electors of William Goodman, Complainants, their hazardous naturethe Company will not receive and well madi>, a capital hand in a Tor I
controversy ry. them in their Warehouse. icntine orchard, and a good Cooper. Enquire of th.
momlicrs of this Association, we will in Ye, fir, but I was sick. vs.
It is nut to be denied that the Compromise Bill R. Slater Mar PERKINS' jnder-Unedat Mobtirvllo. I
Eaeza Dasher, Sarah Waters, Green THOMAS J. ,
( all cases give the preference, in our purcliaws, 1oj What was the matter, madams I" October 3G, lS'). 42 U'M. C. CLARK.
Slater Jaie ElizaSeth! Slater Harriet November 2, ISoO. 43
lately adopted by Congrecs, &il thort of meet, garet
j articles of Southern Manufocturfand; that we I ha 1 an awful bile sir. E M. Slater, John G. Slter. William Slater,

injjthej'ist views and expectation (*fthe 'JK?
part could have been but 1 liou'e to b? attached to the Abolii: jmrty, t partially repaid by made in I il his cause, that the sni-l Delcrrla' Kenneth Bembry. and the Union Bank of Florida,

alearty ditpoMtioti on the put*: of the North I to rysnpatldze with them in their elTcrts to destroy our < is\ilh the exception of William G.v>dmnn F.llenwnod vi. Noah M, Martin and others, the following prop R. B. HILTON
institution" OBITUAEY. lesideout ot| theXtale; c.1! Florida, liejond ,
erly wilt he ofKred at public sale, in legal hours, before
lo carry its provisions ioloill/ cfiect.of ; ltlst.acl Died Xetman ville Fiorido the 29th the jurUdidion of this Court, but in the United Attorney at law, Tallahassee, Florida.N .
1 AKTICLE VIL-Tlas Society will hold its regular at on October the Court Home in Tallahassee! Monday the .
ibis however the of ifthe Stales : iiid of December viz R.- He will prosecute Claims for Land undrf .
cry repeal JOHN J. SANCHEZ in the S3d of U sec day next, :
meetings on the first Tlinnday in each month, nndMich year age.
7i* therefore Ordt'eJ, That the said Defendant*, Part of I Lot the city of Tallahassee, on the late Bounty Land !Bill, for a moderate coni- I
live Slave Bill rings;; in our ears fn-rn all qi olhu meeting* cs the Eiccutive Committee may Died in this city, at the residence of A. Bctwick, Eseza Dasher, Sarah Waters, Green R Slater. Margaret the east side of Monroe street, havinz forty-two feet l>eiHati<>n. Octt-b.-r 17. 1S1O. 41 r

erg, and it i is greatly to be feared that the neUCoiigreK eaLt i (u tlc Slst October, Mri MARGARET E. TULLY, Frances Slater. Jane Elizabeth Sitter, Harriet Iron'by eighty feet in depth-an elegible lot for business. '
: E M. Slater, John G Slater, William Slater, and Coopors Coopers! Coopers .
M'ill it from the statue book. t ARTICU: VIII. The Acsixnatiou shall appoint ld- (if WjikulU County, Ilorida.J .
.pe{ j John GiKidmati, and Spain, appear atd answer the Also, the West half of Lots No*. 7G and " the HE subscribers now offer for sale a new and com*

This law simply enables th* people ofthe I egates to other Southern Rights' Associations,Cunriditinns -J __li:i ? Charleston pajxirs ploiinc c >py.Flstcher I Bill! of Cftnplaint filed in this cau* within four original plan of Tallahassee ; on which there area T pl.-te assortment of Coopers -Tsls, ron'istin< '

North % or llav Meetings,Li this or other Southern States, -- months from the date of the publication of this Order convenient dwelling house and other improvements of t'-.opers Adae: *. Stock HowelU. Howellin-j-Bits,

lo carry out an expicts provision-cf the whenever the Elective Committee blnll deem it exir I Institute. or the Slid Bill will be taken for confessed agiin -Jro-iting T-vo H-.n-lreJ Font and Clinton street Levelers, Crows, Wood Stocked, Broad Axe,, and

Constitution, and lo difccJinnri' a duty to tsg ( iti when the cr:; THE Examination in this Institution will commence it them. .Aln, one Nezrm womannamed Eliza,thirty ears Iron Brace, Cbamperim. Hiiwellin Holl. wing '
interest A
i pediint or purjwwes or o-- .1nd it it further Ortl'rrd, That publication of three old. B.ickmj.anil Stave Knives
old, and her child, Mary Ella, >ear Hoop, Head.nsc.
plainly enjoined upon them by lUxt inticument. I ciaion at any meeting shall so direct on Tuesday the lOtli December, and cbntinuc thU Order be made in sonv newspaper published atTaCahaeee Teims-Ca h. Purchasers to pay for Master's liP.ENJ. October H, ia:>'). 41 B2ITON; &. HIGGS.

Its repeal then-fare will be & lejul nutiticn &brtcLt LX-.flier liall bj a Committee of Safety four dayn. There will be a Literary Address delivered oncea week .or theo.are.fIiimrmoiths. tics. F'. WHITMIR,

lion of the fact that they are unwiUng to abide t3i Vigkni'i', ci.iing <>f twenty-five members, to i! during the Examination,before the Andrew Literary THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. October 2f), IS50. 42 7t Master in Chancery. NEW GOODS, "

he the President whose it shall l ho t Society," by Mr. B. W. CAVE, A. B. The friends andpatron't A true conv-Atte.t, T M. WIljI.I.13IS has just received by. vessels
upjxjintwl by duty
J>y the Constitution, and leave us, in tie op'n.ion C. G. FIFE Clerk. New Goods. J from New Vi rk an.-J New Oilcan a I brie anti I
f the Institution
of this, Grand Jury, no other recourse t\ detect,report Junl proecutc all persons attempthgto i I! Jittenl t> are IL respectfully W. SHARPE invited to November. l*c50. 44 4m J PUST received l horn New York and New Orleans, select Sti.cfc of all the Coeds that are required in thmarkit. .

corrupt our i.lavc----to tliiseminate Abolition-toproduws 40 barrel' Floor, tie vroi.ld call the attention ni his cuiii-> '

*fort of fceparatkiu. A painful ai must lw aamibrrdliuition-or otherwise in'.jiair tha &cr'IaryBoirdTrust.rtPLANTERS Tax Collector's Sale. 10 ke-'i Co hen flnttor. ems to Dry Goods, Silk am. I'ancy Goods,

the coniemplatitui of uacu a result,-as apjulbng Vcaceb1e enjoyment t>I our domestic insutu'.iou.s. -- vittue of the power vested in me by liw. I 5 barrels Mackerel, Nos. 1,5. and 3, CJo ns, of the latest svtle tsr G.iits wear,. p
HOTEL.BY BY have levied upon and shall h Ptfatoe, Ka hionable Hats. Cap. att! Honneis,
an may l be all tUo imagined or real evil A rte.t X. llis Constitution may Ix amend at 1re the Court Hou-e d.ior, in the city of TalUhasseon ,- Oiit.n.. Sap, Starch, Pepper, Kw\3\ Shoes arid Gaiters for Gems and Ladles,1"

d Gin Umbrellas i

ie raeiubers uf line Aw riation.Af'er property, or so tru-h thereof as will pay the Stat Half pipe French Rramlv, Perfumery Soap Hair Emn..h4sToth Jo
in infraction of the
oti car; Cuutii'u'ion : Iromllit! Pl.uttr'.ir.1&l! take and County Tax due therein for th-* year 1W, and Monon aliela %V hiev. Gin, Tuck and .Si '* Combs uf Sliell! ail hem,
'V ''ii'd im.ijve a .u render of ail our rights un. I; 'i -. in recommending to the i Ldi.'s' Mantillas new patterns1) a .
; which the Uv/wiiig gentlemen became mcin- (., 3 Hi.mblic all incidental ntpense. lo wit : Salt, R"p- anI l R ijiin. & ? (
Mr S M L.VMtaa
'..r 4. aJ that ocs first { and "entleiiian hav- All that tract <-r pjrri-1 uf lam! known a* For.s' ALSO, Kc-.iilt'-pt3f1o''Ci| >tltinz. Ru.set. Kip and Calf;,
duty At winta hers if the Axforlition'ant
> < of the
| in the t b-'iit-fit ol icoce and incontdutiiij
epocn prevents ext'i popularity ar.dltonan! Steel,
Purchase will-in t limits ot !Leon ( unty, c ntainiug Fine lr..s C .ats and Pact, ilarifwae, Crockery
lie part oi'sali-ty, 1% to weet the danger at the fcbricaiiou cf iTie asinoa this week-EDS.] j jI a public hu4.', and who. | uu: well a.,ured, HJ," 0 acres. more 'ir !lcs*, said to belong to Over CcaN, \'e'rs, ShirN.A Paint and Lamp Oil, Gla, and Pu'l\. ,
"llie I j will not tail tu give tie mojI t entire &atis'acliun to 100ke rut arid wrought N'.iIs! and 1radi.
ttarest.hj.l.| | Saeiajj fl(4Othr leeouiwsirecan I fulloiATjij'gnitlaiKtt were elected as Offer- ; the A'lahchicola Laud Company. LSO. a ii.-w in3generatss'.rtmnentof Dry Goods,
fit tuc ApwjfflatJB'Jr 1 mv" old patrons an j other ulio miy call up.m! l.un. I). M.-RAFXY. Hardware&e. For sale low. Blanket-, Kersi-\. Wool Hat iBjck ,

therefore but entiesit oar Nutiieru brethren : | A. A. 11S3 CII. Tax Celled Leon County. GEORGE[ H. BESTWICK.
to leturn to their Ctm tituiioiud! < zndmic / rrrll Poufhonsand GreenTea, Che. e. 1

I Coe'! Butter, Potatos, Mackerr!, .
the people / tint S.iuth from ..illernalive For Hr? J'ktt-Cit'r. \V*. LECTKR, DR. G. W. | Just Received
toort to an Cash Advances. Provisions.SLASK5 Buckets, Tuh-i, Churns, S'icvr*, .

so much !tie dfadcd J I Ihong. IoLi.Avi>, TnosM LAVTIKAGC, Da. EbWAiin IUAH-) IVr IJaniuo W. II. Urudio from New York advances Bacon SidSlculder4st1ar.cured! Hams.
lo l.y *>lb sec i, lIE undersigned make liberal cash ? Bacon Sides. 1 do Shoulders,
GEX.; GLOUGE WniTrinin.frrretar Salt, and fine-Loaf and bnwn Su ir ,
roan, T coarse ;
J. L.Scullwooti .
'f camisigned tu ar-curfd If
AN'OHliSTER suid Lowell 0nalmnjDIuaih'j1 -, oiisliptnrnU : t Cottoti. su amy, Pt Ware, Will-iw Wjre.Gla Wjre,
J'ewJin7 >f-Dn. WK. II. IIUANPOMD.czrr.roF .& 31 ) and uiblcu'leI l ShrtinjAJTOH ; { -, New York.SMALLWOOD. 10 KarrtUMcss P-rl. ; .
New York and St L' & Flour, Rice
The Grand Jury u-ould erjnref* their satisfaction Cliwk an.! 1'Lu-Jr, filBSOV 5t 1 IIARIIIS'. 2") s'iprtiie! Flour, > s

at the able and dignified with tU Sfcrefarift-Gen. C EOG\Vnirui rin, M.i'lnt< HaiidkercLivfs, Q.incy.NOVefliltT 2, lsrY). 43 4m 5 krg Leaf Lard. Saddles, harness, Whips C..l l srs. &r,
nuiuivr Osnubur-ts. plain and striped.Sheeting.Sh .
Jvo. CaojiKnt Dr. I 10 lurrels R<>clilid I WhUkry.
: COLE, Col R. W. YKlfUARD Cotton Yoru from 4 f> a I 0.

hlch; the duiieu *ftte Court and i its< officers H. BttAD.'OE.B. ALSO-Juva and llio Coffee, Dr. W. MULES, Dentist, Landing trora Schooner W. U. Peltcs. and for sale Stationery rting,".LoikinzfJlas Drills, Cofon>e'Yaru, Tin, Ltrenat Ware,,with > via ,,

late been dit-enarged duiing iu ptesent term. Tr'aircr-Rmo.sAaD WHITAKER.Ctnntaiftcr H3 .ov; Souchong, and IVniclmn Tea, \DUATE of the Baltimore College of Dental by rVlnli T 1O.McNAUGHT tvfv'l. i. ORMOND.N'pwnot. 41 rirty of other article too numerous to ennmer.", '.

UICHAKD! !HAYU'AKl'orenan. Soap] 1'icklc, Tobiicco, JlacktTi-l, G Surgery respectfully tenders IMS i professional which he offers low for api'rove.l tttJ'J+ caa. Ct1 '

of Sfifvty a"J llyifamr; -Geo. 1L H-hcr, Salauin, Ealoyna S'lutnye, Maccaroni, service* lo all wh.i require the perlormance of Drnlaloeralion Sight Exchange rtccrptanrrCt 1 onTobaccoi-rany country produce.

Ei)WAI:D !HorsTOfv, ALMOX Lew, Joel B. Jeffcoat, lidijamin Manning, FV'n'r, James Mustard, Eiigli-li Cheese, tc. : R.Hm at City Hotel. Ladies ailen- October U. 1550. 41 ,.
BERRY A IIOWLES, tied at their residence, if desired Dr. M. has I bertytor rv NEW YORK, SAVANNAH, and MACON
Jnssn ATKINSONJOIIK A. HE.FEOE.UAMEL Iloiiey, Jno. Cromartic, li \V. Wiltims, Ne dhain Auctioneers and Cummif-iou Men haut& as an operator, lo J. H. Kindolph, W. ._., fur sale, in sums to suit, bvTHOMAS ALDTIIE suSscribfr- are recrivins their u- '

HOL-CK, DAXIHI. JOHNSON, W. Ea.on, Thomas IL Burnett; Richard K Carpenter November 9, 1S50. 41Administrator's 1)..?-& Fl.. Pr.-f- Hugh II. McGuire, MD. J. PERKINS, C Kail Stock of Cupds. conipiisin every

Jouv U'ILSOX UIKAM MA.NLV Joined M, llfiKler, Richard \ranBnuit, Jo.seJi ., Wind.ftrr, Va., Pr.f. C. A. Uarri-.. M. I).D. October 12. IViO. 40 Asenl Slaririe Bahk. Ihinj commonly needed by the Planter antI! his fact-
Sale.ON W. Duniur M. D., Baltimore, Aid.'November and thrf .
C. Gorjon, Grant Adam Robert I D S Prof R. Notice. ily, and they respectfully ask their patron
Scurry, rambling,
E.PHJZUX SACNDECS, Piutir T. OAKS, MONDAY the Sddi of December 2, IS*.'. 43 tlU. public to call sn'l examine quahirios i and price* ;
day 1850
!L Hall, Richard Saundcre, EpliraLn Saunders, YOUNG Lady, that ha had several years expe- McNAUGHT Si ORMOXDV
CALVIN JO2JNSOY Joiisr L. DEMILLV.TSortkra v ill nell,at public Auction, ut the ptaitation, A
Jan\es Sale. tienre in teaching in llit> south, ami i* nell
Fclkill Marshal's
Dr. O. "VV. Holland, J< seJi Banner- of Ii IL Hrnncli, deceased on Lake lamuriiit, 14 miles S. Newport, October 11>, 1S50. 41A tt
qualified to teach the hizhrr English branches
Vie wa. man, Lytnan Smith, Jua IL Crump,Win. E. Fit-ht-r, north t>f Tullaliusctie, all the personal property be. virtue of a writ of FL Fa.issued fnun the CIcrkV French, and brRinnfrs in Music, is dpsirnn it obtaiuii MAXWELL & W- BEARD, t

The CU-aveiand 1kw. Claires, Jr, and James J. Bameft. }in<$ng to his estate, (except negrotcoaistKig) in B Office of the United States li-.trict Court iu andf.r : a situation in a Scbo..l or private funily. A GENTS lo pricure Patents for entitled .
Ohio per-ons
Tiue Democrat wherein Lowell
( )
of articles District of Florida,
part, following : f the. Northern this OfEc October tS50. 411
Moved by Col IL W. Williams Enquire at 12. ZJL to Lands under the recent Art o! CongrfS t
iu aa article un the etTcc'u' f the 10 I or 12 likely Mules and Horse*, Hollbroolc wphiintifi. and A. IL Cue, Samuel Steven "
t'ontlrnniset'rZes known the "BOUNTY LAND BILL. Any
That the ]ajien. in TalLdiassee be requested to pub- Sot or 10 M) bushel of Corn, and G. W. Cole are defendants. I have levied UTXSJ and Ready-made Clothing and Saddlery. as
claims entrusted! to their will teteive tbeif
its care
friend lo complete the woik tucce l.h the of this the Court Houu doer iu the .
proceedings meeting. A large quantity of Fodder, will offer for ala before received per Bark Mora from New York, a prompt alien!ion .

iuy!! commeoced. Addrehnes loving been mads by the IVduderit in ia- About 70 killing; hogs% town nf Madi on, on Monday the 2d! day of December .JUST supply of Rtaily-mndc Clothing and SaJ- Tallahassee! ,Oct. 10, 1S'0. 41-l\r (Sent)

We extract from its aiticle the following kSng the Chair, and by Messrs. Long, Brevard, Bult- 44 44 HO Stock Ho-jn, next the following dascribed property, viz: and dttryhich are offered tu the puhlic ou the mostreasonable -
100 head of Sheep, Four unimproved lots known a* Nos -, me
hEIK & RUST. Flour Bacon
terms. &c.
biilofthe 4* zefl, Allen, HmistouOVbitfield and Hilton, the A soriitioti and bv ,
euteitainmcuts' 125 l.-ad of Cattle Uire-l therein now occupi-jJ
lo which \iv are lot with a ou.-HJ October 12, 1S50. 40
invited : sdjoiirned tu meet at the CeutreA illo Scliool 1'kntatioJi utensils of every description,such as Vcg- A. IL Cole, said property ul lyuij; and ling in the J I UST received per Schooner W.II.. Pettcs.frcra New
House the first Tliur(.Jiy of December next g0112&, CIt, Sugar: lioilerss it, itTirnis town of iladirfon,nnd to be sold as the property of said Tobacco &.c. ,
** The North has the tio-.ver, as we hate -Cash tm all sums under one hundred dollars defendant, to gaMy said writ of FL Fa. 10 barrels extra family Fl"Ur, Albion .hiIIs,

rinwu, to limit slavery and begin the work Kcrthern Sentiments the ; oil cum over one hundred dollars, & credit of .1. T. MYRICIC, Marshal. (1 C. BYRD &. CO.are now opening and receiving It* di> superfine dSupjsr <>
on Slave
HUTCIIINS D51.. '_J. 30 b4 xes and half b"\es Chewing Tobacco, Cured hams, Bacon Side.
lnan (J. W. ,
me year, upon Batifactory security <; gi en. All Kov. 2, 1650. Bv
itacijiatiuii. It c-tn impart newhojic and Bill. assorted T.
notes to hear interest at rate of 8 cent All 50 boxes Soap, qualities, I.ard and Lard Oil, Western Butter,

life amj gjr<. jreedoui nnd ed.ic.uiou to ihen.fcvefaoider 'Jlic New York Express, one of the few claims agaia-t L. IL Branch JUT will be taken nttipiiMid as- Sheriff's Sale. IO.OOJ Spanish Cigars; superior, Aborted Candy. For sale by 4

> of the Stnslfa. it lOt ones Shot, aswred! size', October tvt. ISoq 4t A E.ItOr. 4
Ctfl Marl Northern Whig papers \\hich sustTiii the fugitive cash. virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issued from 20 kegs Powder, in "fla new career E if improremeut iht'c 6yO,. N. R On same day an 1 at same place, it LH prolia- BY the Clerk'* Office of lh ? Ciicuit Court for the 10 boxes Sperm Candles, Guns hi
<*00 adat! and slave hill, makes the following important bio tijjht them from Middle ,
tftxuc the ipues.WU ; county VI Leon, Lamp,Train, and Oil, Salaratu aborted opening, C two barrel Purrn sion Patent !
oftbe few fciaiefaoMen. And if it'does I II'ut admission : year lf>51, to highest Vi.Mer.JOSEPH Wesley Leak H plaintiff, and Canada Rou'e is defendant. S.iicen, Mrs. Miller's, f.oiilbid, and Ii. H. Scotch NOW Gttnn. 3 do! d< d-> Bevg

; if Laving the power it refthes l tes'i( it It is doubtful at this moment whether the JAMES IL BRANCH.IJUAKCH, )f AUuiri before. I the have.Court levied H'>upon n e door and will in the expose city of tot Tallahassee sale :Sauna. October ta, 1S50. 41 Gun [Oct 19, 1WO. 4lJ C. C. BYRD fc CO :

JT this eud, emar.cipatiou in the South i is u fugitive slave act can lie executed ii: anjr part November 9, 1850. 44 ts on the first Monday in December next within -_ I1Tli & DILWORTK Salt. :

foregone and conclusion, and daveiy, cxieit ioi of the Northern States except the city of Notice. legal hours, the following described property, t to WILL attend to obtaining Land Warrants for per- Si RUST have jtut reeeiteJ per Bark Mora

perpetuation t Haiuty. The '4toaient"enough. Now York! It certainly cannot without a wit : entitled to Bounty Land under the late HEIR) sarfcs SALT, whirh they will sell at thw tInce'.t
No freeman tlwwild ask for It battalion in ,weeks after publication hereof TVC will apply C B.des Cotton at Depot in Tallahassee, Act of CimereH market October .V .
tiiure. anus-and yet the act i is as constitutional FOUR Gin House Plantation of deft.2.000lbs price. 12, 1 40
44 euutjb the HoucralJc Judge of Pr >uatc fur Loon o d i du Monticello, October 2#5, :SS'> >. 42
; tu rouge in him all the power he has as a taiiir act :uiJ more constitutional Need do 'S $ '4 '4
County for nn order to sell the Land belom n;* to the IO/J() Hats
-to: coaceotrate nilud. heart and soi.l, HS than an appropibtion for livers and ctatc of L. li Branch, dticeascd, und lying ia said clean*' 4 SI 4 4 Carpeting, &c. Caps, c.

*tthI! one voice ami one purpose bo o'emunds, barbers!rWhat County. 2VJ erea not picked IiI I) DOZEN C'yanJ ro as) f-ucj colored C li. 'J'
and three ply Carpeting, Wool, forma Hat.
w&tb uafculterin JOSEPH BRANCH, ) I 1,000( Bushels Corn in Ctib SROLEStwo 4
courage, the lepeal of the a glorious state of things we have JAMES IL BRANCH fA'JmriNovember t SORfres not gathered '* Hearth Ku s. 2 d"Ztn Union Hats, late- stale, :
ng Uve Slave bill and the rn.Jification of the u 3 Green Baize Carpelirp, for sale by
when it is 9 1850. 20.000 lbs Fodd.-t in Blacks pieces 2 rto duIe skn; hats. fine'arKt Utent >t>le.
to call into 44 4t
*rritonal bills to ., Jo exclude slavery Com necessary requisition levied upon is t the propelly of sad defendant,anil October 1 19, iS-">0. 41 C. C. UYRD &. CO. 2'l) d.> menj and boys Silk. Glazed, ajidClLtL 4

ew iiexico.nd Utah.t the army to enforce peace measures! Teacher's Situation Wanted. to be uld to saliatv said writ >f fieri facia 4 fl-m.d New Can*. Fc r sale by
For these A- A. FISHER. Sheriff.Nov. UN YKentucUyan.l Baiginj; October 19, 11,50., 41 C. C. BYRD &. CO.
fithe! grate fetlong, bold the duty Good Dicidcnd.-'Tbe Director of the rpIIE advertl, a native of Georgia, u desirous of 0,1953. By H. T. BLOCKER. D. S. VjT Yi'ikaml Kentucky Rcpe, for sak! by .
North to 1. ; M regards the late Comcd4rC JL obtaiui'jg a situation iw Teacher ia an Academy October 19. ISM 41 F. H. FL.ACC. Bonnets &c. t
Manufacturing Cu ,
Augusta have declared
> ;
I1rotziseo luif ; npiny Private Faintly. He Jus had exjxirieiux Tttadier -
siLilj ;
| p4icy, thesis a dividend of A per cent, on the org inal i- or!, aid is qualified to teach the liigber branches of En- Notice.X C ASH ADVANCES UMIC! u' Cottoa liii peilt F LOREN'CEBtaidEcn- Black Florae Bonnett,

of the month after date,f he naderigneJ will make ;, HrtlbpM.k&.N Yorkby nris China Peal l do f4
iuul Greek itlu-raaio and all the bran
'I'be capital Company, payable on de. glib, Latin -
; repeal 1)fthe Fugitive 41 F. IK FLAGO.. Crimp Satin Bonnets Silvered Wreaf ha. ti
till. October t), IJjjO ,
to fbi Court ol' Pfuliite! ot Iji n )Jl 4tJ
_) application !
E'iifoiti.iu in the I
of riiinnMnily Higher
nnnd of the i/f the )inst taught
'I1 (ml profi;* six month dies
"du8iouHo Alai| and do 15 dz French Artificial
ofalaiery frum for letters of dismi..nas! administrator of | Tulip *, q
rr. Svlioolic! TtStunmiialx us tu qua-u'tiaitiiin-i cxiiilutcdfr County
rituries. OUt 'piu while the mills uf lh North are closing ho estate ot Joseph W. Ix, rleeeawd.- C. C. BTED & CO., lr4a JH J Fancy do 5 d.i Band Bt>xef.. .',
the raeulty itt FrsutVi Colleiji!, i>.v Apnlicati : I .
3. tlieir door J Iu need l iu make liberal advance on Tulip!' dC > For -3 bv
more iUv Si we any better er.iJcncr left at this Office 'itill lj mmiptly atttalol to. JOHN McPOU'SALL, Adm'r. WILL very
tea ( w {
) to their tries in Xtw York Oct >ctob; r 19, lS5'J. 41 C. C. BVW COr&iid
thin this that the! South has it in hrri ;!,'rctth.r ?, 44 I l.'o-bcr 2. t! 43 a -

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t! Tax Collector's Sale. STABILITY-. SECURITY-PERPETUITY. Business ari, Sr-- rgal bttrttIfltHtD!! STATE OF FLORIDA. ?, MEMPHIS IHSTITUT?.

..% BY virtue of the power vented in me by law I --- -_.- SlOO Reward MEDICAL DEPARTMENT;

thai: nl!ts! (or sale, before the Court House kfQutncy $100,000.THE LEWIS &AMDCALEUS In Leon Circuit Court.IN THE regular coarse of Lectures in this
,. jn Ihf County of GaJsden, on the second MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. l'i commence on the Srit of l'\O'.tnbt It'I

?I I. ]Vf* adiy of .April nevl. the (oil tvia;; described pro- CHANCERY. continue until the last of February Th. IIt
cilyor o much thereof a" W4JI PY the Sate and OF 'iCW"onKW.. 35 WALL ST., DRUGS MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, James M. Hunter: Administrator ol( Archibald R. S. cal Depratment will be open and rldlo Anai

p. Couaty. Tax due Ihcrem! ftre year IS-r, and the I VTET Accumulated Fund N tt1', 1st. I MO, $"J'JO.. Toilel Articles, rrrrUCJcry, ir., Window Glass: : Hunter! ,deceased, students by inc first of Ocioher. Thl" Mrdira1ti,.

: hecemry expenses incident' thereto' lu wit : i. i I>y;), !.-curel y i invested: in Bonds! aiul Morlfazcsi &6. prtu":it wilt be under I h*direct i>. cit
"The, w'liiri of what, is called Kwrbes Purchase," I i jn real estate in this city and Bro.ktnllliJ Mucks i P.\lSTIRII' BRUSHES AND COLORS, William Burner" and others, creditors of said estate. PROFEtSOJU.1fIl,

f "lying in G"Jf! n County,or su much thereof as wilt'\ 01 t the State and City of \'ew-QrlunJ UmttdSutesj A }OlhccU'ics' GIss Ware. :c. IT appeasing the satisfaction of Proclamation by Thomas Brown, J. CONQCEVT CRO-S, Protest of the Instiiat

pay the Tax aforesjid, bounded on the Mtsl: I b\' the \j I Government. nniiEaboveconstantly on bandandforsaleattlie! affidavit, (hat William Burner, LeoniiWs) Wilier, Governor of Florida. Medicitip, and Medical Jurwprndence_ "

Ocklocknce Ul r. :;u,1 l ol Ihr West. by the \t!>alachicuURircr. This lund is rapidly increasing a \\iJ.I 'exlen- JL lowest market prices. Henry CUrk Miry McClure. and 1 ht>rca J. Hardie., TT7HERE\S, It ha* been made known 'to me that W. BYRD Powr.Lt.. D., Proffer i'
and Simnn :
) HUGH 0. McLKAN. ded and prospeious busines.The LEWIS & AMES. Taj lor. Defendants in the above eae reside V"V a murder was recently committed in I he County Pathology, Mineralogy at d Geolnzv,. llcr.
Tax Collector. for GaJs !len County. Company declared a dividend of profits of fif Tallahassee, November 20,1847. ISMMOM beyond the limits of the State of Florida, but in this James R. S. NEWTOJS.M. D. Professor of Stinn
of Gad-den, Stale: by one Rigin$,
October 11.1.V). 40 6m tie within the limits of lie United Stales : J. I.
3UtoVJanuary II.
all HuLce.M. 0. rloe
ou existing policis on ---- ------ ,
ty-two percent
.t -_ _ _ ISIS. TO' LF.. I.MIAtoi. PAFV It t. Ordered, That said Defendants pppar and upon the body of John White and that said Rigin' lice of Medicine. JOrofTheorladPt1t.

.' Tax Collector's Sale.BY divided the Insured. TOWLE & PAPY answer the Bill tiled in this rau e, on or hefore the i is now a fugitive from justice: .' J. A. WILSON, M. D., Profet or cl
All the Profits are among first Monday February nest, otherwise the Com- .\'ow.llJtD IV that I THoMAS BROWJC Governor Obit CttiC. ***
Disease of Women and
virtue of Ihe po'vr vetted in me by lw I i The premiums are payable in cash annu..n)'.senli- Attorneys and ConcscIIcrs at Luw t lainant's, till shall be t taken pro confessor Presided of the Slate aforesaid, by virtue of the author J. D. Children.
Kixc.M. Professor
f ale before the Court 1Iue added on the ity ves'ed in me by law, do hereby otTer a reward of of>ljterla Mdn! .
It exi i""! .r at annually, or quarterly interest being formed A copy nf this Order be published oner week *a
association for .
Q'incy' in the County of GAdidefl. on th? second: i deterred payments, HAVING sn the Practice for fonr months prrcc linjr the said fir?I Minday in One Hundred Dollars for the apprehension of said .Therapeutics.Z. .
W Moitdiy Ann! next, the following deerii ed pro TheciSh'principleadopled by this Company secures will attend the several Courts of the prinUd and Rizgins. and) his delivery into the custody of the FatcxiAH.M U.t Professor of Anatom*. some published
the insurances Middle Circuit I of Floridaand in I the District Couit t tot newspaper Sheriff of said of Gadsden. J. MILTON SASJDESS, A. >I., M. D.
County ProftMofrf
t''t benefit
L ry. Ar o iiMch thcreol as will pay the State aid to the parties loriiose in the Middle Circuit of the State of Vlorida.
the U. Tallahassee. and
C'MMly Tax d je Ihere.i'i' for the ytar 1):(), and! the : are elected the whole of Ihe advaniages. withouttfjbjecting S at All business entrusted Given at Chambers, !hi5h! SepUrrber l b O. *Wnn.-Said Ri?gins is about 23 years of axe, 5 Chemistry Pharmacy. 3

nc'iry eti>"ns"! incident thereto to wit : I tliecn to the heavy drawback of accumulated to their care will receive prompt attention. THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. feet, 7 or S inche
.t Sven hutidrei anJ' fifty vr9 of Und hint{ on premium nctes.I O: OfScein Ihe Capitol. A lrn -Attest. and full, round face-i J stout and heavily: dicmr.-Professor I II.I J H }
: copv
l Cr Hlcl"i Creek, pJrh: aril-i? to b long to ArmiMcad I Persons may effect insurance on their own lives February 11, IfeJO. 7 OSCAR A. MYERS. Clerk. built and addicted 'to drinking. I R. S. NZWTo:. t
I ail R nev, or M much their' f 4ii i4 necesmrv to pay i j i and the lives of others. A married women can inure MEDICAL NOTICE. LONG ARCHER fc CORI.TTY: In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my D. Anatomical Demonstrator. t
theTa aforesaid. HUGH 0 McLE\N. II the liJe of her bobandthe benefits of which Solicitors for Complainant. hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal The fees for a full course of Lecture amor-.lto

4 Tv Collector for GaJsJei Couaty. !I are secured by law fur the exclusive use of herself or Dr. Charles T. "f'\t't"pr 5, 1 1R.V: ) 35 4m [Seal] of the State: of Floridaal the Capitol inT.ilIiha one hundred and dollars '
CLI' DarbypESPECTFULLVannounces w.ihis 12th of October A.D Each Professor'* ticket 315. Martcuior'Demonstrator's j
October 12, > f. .10 children. -------------- -- : day 1S30. **
1 Clerg. men and all others dependent upon salaries' : to the public in zen- Middle Circuit of Florida. THOMAS BROWN, Governor of Florida. Fee SIO. Graduation $'.

Tax Collector's Sale. are specially invited' to auilll..tnjehuof I a resource [\ eral that he has petmarienllylocatcd him.ell in Bv theGovernoi-Atte!t: Those desiring 'further i information will plent.,}
I Monticello, Flo.ida and ill be IX GADSDGX CIRCUIT COURT.IN "C. DOWNING of State.: dress their letters: (post paid) to the Dean -
found W.
virtae of the vested ja me by law I I whereby their surviving families may be secured \\ at allli 1 imt'!. Secretary : and 1111- J
power 'Iron the evils of Penury.PatnpLletsexplanalory. unless ,rofesionally engaged. Strict attention "W' CHANCERY. October >. 1S.V 41 fit; i dents arriving in I the city will please call on him
shall expose for sale! before the Court House :1 t tI tQtincy iI at
-I the Commercial Hotel. !
I cf the Mutual be paid to all professional calls. Sill: and R S. NEWTOX
principles far Injunction fitlitf.Redding
-I in th<' County o( (aJ: Monday ia Apul l nt.:th* following ilesrribcd pro- ; Lie! Insurance, a'td illustrating ill advantages?, May 5, IS.HI. \IS C. Wooten and Jam, s L. Shields Compl'll.r8. $100 REWARD. Dean_of the Faculty. 1

p.Tly.or s(> m ici! thereof as will pay the State and I i with forms of application, may be'nbtainl'd at the I. L. SHIELPS, M. D. LAW DEPARTMENT. I
J. B.
"t' BOAT i. r'S
Couaty: T-f due thereon rtr the yenr 1S53 and the Ii Iie. i office cf the Company :35 Wall st., or of any of its _ James!. Baker and Samuel B. Love Administrators Hoa. E.: W. M. KING, Professor of theory and or J

) .'.? s"ary exjjfnsei: incident thereto to wit : | agent i f Dunra'i Baker deceased. Defendants. fice of LaW' 1

t Six hundred a't t forty acres of land, Ivin? on I j! TRUSTEES.Jn Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, IT appearing to the satisfaction ol. the Court that J.HN DELAFIELD Csq., Professor of CoaaerQil j

Rock Cre--'. parpor .ne tobelon to L. S. C tlin.or .. R. Collins, David C. Colden! TTAVING associated them!. h(* together in the Ihe Defendant, James M. Baker resides in Ibis J 1 Ii lpruJl'nce-.

..> m'ih thereof as will fin he Tax atonviid. Wm J. llylsp l Alfred E.h\ard-, -LJL practice of Medicine Surzery, &c., fler Iheii State, but beyond Ihe Middle Ciicuit : It is Ordered. TERMS-$: OPT Session. ,

HUGH O. MeLr. \N, R. II. 'lcCur \'. Win. Bells, services to the citizens of Quiiicy and tllesurrounJin That the Defendant, James M. Baker do I appear and PROCLAMATION BY THOMAS BROWN All communications pertaining to this dep:1.-rttent

TJX Collector t tnt Gadsden Couuty.Octsher Fied. S. Winston Joseph Blunt country. answei I the Bill filed in t this case uilhin three months roust be adJre II"J to E- W. M. KING, E,q. !

., : '12, J":.. 40 Cm I C. W F Fiber Isaac G. Pearson Q' M II. ISlO. nfer Ihe dale hereof: .f/id it is fur Her Ordered Governor of Florida.YTTHEREAS Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 25, "*, :
,.i\ I I Jnhn P. Yclierton, Henry Wells, _____ __ That a copy; of this Order! he published once a'week It has been made known lo me that \

Tax Collector's Sale. I Tho. Sedjvxick, Wm. MoOl e.t CARAWAY SMITH] [W. S. DJLWORTHirJ for .the space of two months, in some newspaper \ V a murder was recent ly committed in Ih. County The Faculties for intellectual abilities, nprjj '

Stacy t B. Collins, Zebedee Cook. printed in the cilv. of Talaha! ,sep, State aforesaid. of Jefferson, in this State, by one DAVID E. M. worth and nrofrssinnable acquirement wiltfavorady .
of the j in bv law I ; ] 1 & DJl1:17@rHJa ClJmpil" i
BY virtue poer'f'tl'd rne John H. SviI: Jona Miller THOMAS BALTZELL 'Judge. SCOTTupon Ihe body of Aaron B. Scott, and that with the most distinguished in our t

shall OAPOM, for sale, before th Court House atQl'ncv : Jor.! Wadsworth, Datid A. Comstock ATTORNEYS AT LAW A tfl:1" -Attest, said David E. M. Scott was committed to Jail lo The Medical! faculty constitutes an anomaly coandv j in th*'
Gadlen the secondJtlrttidajr i
of $
in the
County on S. M. Cornell, Robert Shuv l'r. MONTICnLLO FLORIDA. I. C. LESTER Clerk. a/.ait his trial therefor : And whereas, said David or any other country-alt of them are able fectarns

of April nt' tlhe following desciibc-d prop ;: G.iuv. :Wilkinj., James Chambers, August' 31. 1S50. 31 2m F.. \.Scott has escaped from Jail, and is now a fugitive and_ the best_ teachers. ]
.rty. (>r s>, morh< thereof a, will pav the Stale and i i July 7, 1S'O. 27. I I
John V. L. Pruyn, Joseph Tuckeriiian, from jU'lice : "hose who will contemplate cur J
Taxediis thereon from indue .
$ISJSto 1 1'\)1) po.
County j! State of Florida.
-- --- --
fred WhitlleiIoscs II. Grinnell, Now THERE.'oaE, I, THOMAS BROWN, Governor 'ion, and the extent of our population can hate
e wit; a'ud the necessary evjien
T:"VI) hundred and forty acres cf land in GidsJcn !; John C. Cruder, Eugene Duiilh, 'T3iV ffi\J '!".. Barber, ( thoritv ve.ti-dia me by law,do hereby offer a reward .errr& ?of t he km t. As to healt h,including all 1{*,.
Walter Joy Francis S Lathrop! of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for theapprrhensicn, Mans of the deny that
year, we AXT
Bill for Divorce. OTHIB
Co to helon to R beit Jim I I the Courts tvi. crrr
aafy purnortinj ? > ron, nr 7ILLattendatl of the Middle Cir- ( ,
Alfred Pelt J. O. Thatchei.JOSEPH \ Sarah Barber. of said David E. M. Scott and his safe delivery to HAS M'RE.
bThtIChb.reif will the T.i\as aforesaid Iv.incn1'1at cuit. Office 3
as pay 03- over F. Burntv's,
IJ. COLLINS I'rftident.lAC Store. the satisfaction of the Court affidavit lie' Sheriff or s;id County of Jefferson. A common error exists in the mindsnfmin,5tlflt .
Creek. HUGH O. ..lrL11It ; \; Tallahassee Oct. 27 ISI'J. appetringto by
Tax Collector for Gadsden County., ARBATT. Secntary. ---, --- -- .1 IT in this case filed, that Sarah Barber the defendant .Mtm.-Said: David E. M. Scott i is about 40 years, / $ relative to the place l of studs ing medicine,

October 12,1S5J.! 4 > 13m' JOS. BLU T, C IIIl., llT. H. BRADFORD------ resides beyond I lliejuti.-cliction; !; ; 01..this Coirit of aie, 5 {etl. tit inches h, square built i is near- those who intend practicing among the diseases ofi 'ji

I .- ----- JAMES B. GAMP.LE, A g'f.. Tallahassee. out "f the State of Florida, and within the Slate (.f sighted i and general'} wears spectacles; his hair is i i the Westjnd $ >uh! houM certainly educate tSemj i

CITY COTTON WEIGHER. j January 1'J.) l -;O. -2-yCQTTON A.? N W AT LAW: (Gforgia : II ii Ordtred, That the Sarah do ap- sandy and inclined to carl. He i is very talkative,,. j qves at a **hn. I. \ ho q. Faculty are practically- f,4
pirtici'larly after taking a drink of ardent spirits.- with tho'e di!eases. [,
I Tallahassee Florida. or demur, to aid bill of .1 j qUlanted
.IE unJ-rsi.rneJ PDILIC COTTON \' IGTmR. I pear l pl."dn \'r cnr.i-
:|! GINS His is tv.ich like that of Thai the be satisfied of t tI
T lauguase very a lo'.v-country j public may the
{\r the City of Tailahise. havlru: ; jut t returned April 2ilS50.) 15 j.ljiut wilhin j$ three month or said bill \%ill Iv takes: permanan-
from the North with tiN pyirof Seal'. nianufjC' pro "ifu>.
tttre.t aljuite-f an-l certified lui, the Inspector ojXcalrs I JESSE \VATSOX W. G. M. DAVIS, can*!? be set for lu-arinj at Ihe net term of ,did In. testimony whereof, I have hereunto set mv J I the Trustees and Faculty form a csrr in action, ,
and t.1t'ho ller.V Custom I ourt on the second Monday November nest :- hand. and caused the Great Seal of I be State J which angurs well for its future success; and thst I
Wrights of GINPalmyra. MAMCFACTCRKK, ATTOKXKY AT LAW, [St-ol] of Florida to be affixedat the Clpitoli Tal- |I the peculiir internal orgmrzattODThlrb "
U.I7Ift', is n i\r ,,,,'. to received and weigh I -idit isfurtiur Ordtred Thai cider l le .ub- coun!!s
pr any taken his ahode at Tallahassee, this 3d dolor, October, A1>. IS50.THOMAS them, cannot be interrupted.
Lee up will lijlied in in the
CitJoa! brrt'i;'it. to this Mark.-t. He will attend at I County Georgia, HAS some public newspaper printed tatonCf
ill the Couits of Ihe Middle BROWN, Governor E :M. W. KING. ;
Distuct week for three moolh antllhal the
the Depot or at aiy place within the limits 01.) the ITT'OULD inform his friends and the public complainant '
gene- and of Franklin Jacks the Govl'rtlOr--\Itt'S' President the
/n Counties. Bv : of .
1 City at the shortest notice. In, co-ijunctinn: ,vilhtheCoZlon ] 1,'t' rally that he continues Ihe above busine' at take testimony: in the cause.THOMAS C.V. Paadty.Miy
Match 9, I ISM. 9 DOWNING, Secretary of State. II. ISI. 15 6ta '
weiuhnz. h. lias a Ui:e yard i it ;ibo tear of hi' old stand, where he will be happy supply' them BALTZELL, Judge October I 1S-W. :3D 6t Sentinel.

Me ;r.. K1RKNEV and WILLIAMS'I STORKS where with a first/ rite article. As an evidence, of the McQUEEN McINTOSH A true copy :-t\IICil. ---- --.- Lands and Pensions.
J: I.e Tecsivc CO rrON FOR WEIGHING OR ON quality of his work, he would state that out) of the R. C. LESTER. Cloik. :Notice. Bounty ij

If.f SlUR \GE. The IinBrt! hE"r'lI strict attention and Ijrire number sold by him the past year, not one ha, ATTOKXKY AT LAW A_11I1"t_ 10. I 1S">0. 31 3m TH E undersigned,bar i pg made arranJltmrntnilh ,
for I the last three at the the T3*>v T .\TILL Le sold at public outcry at competent and experienced Agent in tbe
experience years Depot I fail-d lo give perfect ntist.tclion-lIId would a< iff. j jerenrp "1rILL attend Circuit Courts in the L.-.V.! In Chancery. 1\ V V City
,, viH, tie hop**, brio him the custom of the Planters givethe name of anv one who has one of his 1 Circuit ; the I'.utod States District Court at '/or-=;;;>?sT.lj e* Columbus, Columbia County, i of Washington! and being i.ow provided with t Ice
Mereliants nl"ul1v. Office in the of Mr. St. MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. ;gg4 Flofdaon the tirst Monday in January approved and requisite forms, will attend to the .
"'< rear Ginsin U*t". He ii intendir.g 10 .'nlargchisestu!lishmsnt 'iUZustine : the Supreme Court at Tallahassee collection
Kirkte toe, where subscriber\ may be foua 1 at considt-rab'y' this year by which: mean he will and prosecute Claims l If'r citizens in any put of FlorIda -; AT Cn 3P.ER'IJguIst t 29, 15.30. next. the wt-11! known GLASGOW.This .- of Clainisby Powers Attorney for Smut) '
Bill for leave to tell Land. Boat has been running on the Suwannee for the Lands Pension and Claims f fcr Losses
all ticl"'. b? enabled fill order (which last )ear he was 'In- a\llIst thcGomnment at \Va>hingtoii, either and Sem ,
cn,\r.T4? r.' .\. Nc1t, able lo do) withGin4. possible, s'ipesiortoanvev. before Conjress or at the tepaitmnts.JacksonviIe John P. Duval and Ann F. Duval el a!.. Cowphn'ts. last trto ye'n, draws 17 inches light, and 2 feet 6 ces upon; the United State Government. "

Cily Cotton IY'ciitr. manufactured i in SouthwesternGeoizia. Ik-thinks C3-Addr.-% East Florida. 1'.'. inches when !loaded and will carry from three to five O.5cer and soldiers of the war of 1512 oral an; ;

S.'tt'm'lE'r 21' 1 1S'll ::7 tl that every year's experience fiiahlcs him to make a AHg >lU IS:'). :'il The Heirs at Law cl David M. ShcfT.flJ, deceased, hundred bales) of Cottoi Her Enzines and Boiler of the Imlin3riSl:11( 170O, are entitled to Bounty';

-------- little better article. whose nanie-4 are r.kno'.,fl. are of excellent: workmanship and in good condition. Lands undtr the late Act of Congress. Forvnim ,1,1I

Leon Female Academy. J Being* I'rarticalme ha'1ie, and withal,dHertnined DR. WILLIAM H. BRADFORD, IT appealing to the ailisfaction! of tic C'ullhaf Her limbers are s lur-d, and with a moderate outlay:! I rendered a moderate compensation will be chart} f'I

FS1SII3 T u-tcs propose( to elect a geatlman as t that none but Gins ot the very firt cU-s shall be manufactured Office, first! Door West of Judge Ballzclls.Miy the heirs at law of DJvid1. SUtl'.eKl: k'ced, fIr repair ofVheel Hou,ts, etc., she could be made upon driven" of the warrant or the amount caI! ct. f',
do reside in this State but in the State Connecticut to good for a tow boat o. for trans- I
Jt in his feds sate t not ol answer a purpose ed. D. P. HOGUE.G.
Priicioal 1 oft hit Institution' on the 3)1 li NoveraSfr bophe inlw3tnnllllg themto ,. ,
25, ISt' 23 It OrJU"uThilt the heirs, ion of freight on of the Gulf river In
is law ol tat
I' : at pot arty G. W. HUTCHISSLTallar3
nt.. Th *y wilt require the most sat "facfo- operate to the satisfaction ol the purchaser. Hewill I II ---- .
---- --- -- ---- said David M. ShefEeld do aid the the hands of art enterprising individual or Ol" ..t/pr .
15 deliver them 'tree of appear nnMier to company ->-p( 19.? l .v) 4J
ry teslinj! niaUof: character an.1 I cinai-iU to teach the charge to purchasers at I
I. their plantations.All P. P. LEWIS said Bill Con.plainf, in t this case n'ud. \\ it bin four she! can doubtless! b** made a profitable concern.
hr1l Claii :
u'iil ir 11.dioll1. oll.a1ri Mathematical
!1"1tn (
LOCAL DENTIST ffi.mths f the date riei of .Ind it Ordtred. For further "tlicuarr! pleasei...juire of Capt.
I with Ins rot'i < : p 'CITY I HUT E L. I II
H'l ic* i"n. Th#> ofiVr a slary of One Tktuttnl engagements ma'e. travellinc Ac I
That of this Order ruLii"lu'cfC'.r.ce DANIEL! BELL oa board or to D. PERKINS j
/?,///. a 'e..r. payable ii quarter'y' in,f.l- or order to I the Proprietor Palmyra, 'shall TALLAHASSLC. FLORIDA. a copy i r I ''HEur.d.'rsinncd.bavins rented sbr.*
l'nh'l week lor (he it (four inonll., in SMITH, E Cdnrh'l I iszvL,
I spare -irre 1 t wspa it I
rtrtmwith the convenient school in promptly tended to. Rooms between J-.i-Ii! Ba'izell's and IhePos' I -L .
use itBitiilLeLiniriediatety
roum I If"lJriJ. Terms made know f stle.Bv I|: and ("''mod!iou'l estal)>'i r>nierit.' "
in Le Tallaliusate on f
( ct Staled
L retired part cube cit!. The 'mrce,sftl can I Ij. I, Repairing properly done in the most durable Office. Jsi'ptrrriber 7, I ISGO. 3.', ;>er printed city OaDER ray STOCKHOI.DC3S. I West ot the Capitol Square, '
j. etpet?(l lln enter ujn his duties on the first day miner.i -.-- : THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. -, Columbus, Fa Oct 12, IsoU. 4') Sentirul. i| the city ot TalUha e, .r.d fitted it up in ctaaytr; I II
i nT Jauniry. l"ri.Appli \ I i fj3- He is ilso Ant (for the MC rf( Crnomanj Pure Sulphate of Quinine. | orJiT, i U n->\\ read) to 3'c..r.ffitbte Boatvfciiimhj -
alion: free of upcnseof to be adAr j j Randall's t Co.'sCAST IRON HOK>JE A true copyAlu.t.uSCH t I
poslagc, POV.'EIiSU-: : r.f enff'.hUIDltnt.I -
j b t and m<>-f approved style
GAR MILLS rPHE subscribers have on band tuohundred}. and _\. MYERS. Clr!<. Bounty Lands and Pensions. I .
nf toT1IOMA5 in Soulli.vwtera Georgia and Florida. idvinta and cwcifoitiblefartors
j J. fitly ounces 01< 'iliIsate of Quinine which Bv Ilr Jr.. D. C. I i HiVinc she ; 01 large
4 I they ;n '
\LTZCLL B F. I Contracts! rrUlEuiidesiz&edbavin made with
be arrangements
V.'HJTN'ER. cr.n mttle'ith my Travelling: Agents. ; and SJIK-S 11 IOODIS, Ie wilt! he preraredu.:
J.I. A. T.OVa, .1V.. HAKER. j" -\r.y information wanted with regard to the cost and have will cbtairud diiect it from the cr.ap.ufarluiris, and -A II-;'-' Ml.---.I"- ,0.) -_Tl -1m J. a competent Azent in the City ol Vv"aljiniton! I{'crmrroo.ttefamilit'! and furnish a sepanetabi.? )
they .
warrant to be arlitle.U'e
I D. P. HOt.'UE, J. R. CROJMil I I i,'srafion of thes mills, ran be obtained by address- have a superior Holmes Circuit Court. are nov prepared fl' lake powers of attorney lot .the j i j amlniemoersc-f the Legislature can be profid..d\tll.
enlarged tork of Dng and IIedicinesby
Ocfober I', t h.). 43 Cw i ins inc at Palmyra, Lee CurttGeoria. our collection of Bounty Land Claims and Pen.tiutis separate rooms N in {..rtiu,as t they may prefer;arc
CUHichm: < nJ Enqiirer, Charle ton ?letc rv, 'I March .''JU.IS-V ]12 ly* orders rcrrnt 1 ariival, :md are prepar/dto execute Richard Bud, ) and will give their strict attention to tilt "rne.Addrew a separate table I also a: any hoar to suit ihelrcoavenierice. ; .
]Illede: ille Recorder and Naahrillj Uaioa will .i i __ I !'or ides incur line,it Lou-sale or retail, r* > Bill for Divorce. McQUEEN: MrlNTOSH, .

I', jijfise "ii ert once a w ek fur three weeks, aad forward ; Dr. D. Jaynes' Family Medicines, on the In.t accor.imocjli!: ieirr. Sarh 1(:\11, j Jacksonville, Ea\t Fla. The undersigned, intending to Uie every r.einain 1'
U'e have also a I lew accoiiiit yet due to ? for Hi* T appearing to the satisfaction cf the Court thai CIIAS. W DOWNING.I '
iecointsnthiioice. { sood hou* and 10 rentiethis J 1
t plOMPRlSlNGhis hii Expectorant! Hair Tonic Al- year I Hl'J. They are generally in small duouiifs, Sarah Bo\d, I he Defendant resides be.*'ond tbejuli Tallahassee, Florida.Septemer his power to keep e ''

New Goods- i. Dye Carrninitivc Balsam Tonic but if \\lit-lecould be paid shortly, it would go >liclion ol ttiii Court and out of the State of 2S, 1S30. 3S tf [Sentinel J 2iifcls comfortable, and give general satisfactiooIaiiciI. -
Vucifu *.Sinative hltanJ AgijePills. (.sile far towards a liball'atlona e.
; by i'
: Ii'uibtingc.itain( suns which \\e 11.. TUT tt'C4 i.1'd b) late a-r'vals fno ?.'! York a SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE[ I.ErIS1I S. It i, Ordered, Tint the said Sarah do appear New Goods. There are *oid Stable attached to the prems
J aUt/rtcH't of ,;O Jane 13 1S.V. 2'J Itiut .' which vvili be well supplied and i-roperly a!tended to.
I 4 S. "general D ,couiltic..1 Quincv, Fla.D June S, I" ). oj plead, answeror demur to jiid Bill of Cr.mpiair.t:
7071 wd of Negro i iIOM a large and carefully selected stock of C. SEILLIEJtTallaha
: Krys t within three in.>nth or "aill l nu"IU: be taken OPENING
'. fnir of ihU ttrotnl, r. S. 1'. 'S'u"Uioclld't.U's; : parUla.t Blacksmithing.HK asai!!.it &aid Doft-ndar.t : procoiifetw Britania, and Bn 1.t Metal Ware, !ee, October 12, 1S50. 40

k1 tO> Clank.!,. I Dr. Sand a'a.Dr. jlnditiijnrthrr O'r'rThat this notice be consisting in part cf Tea and Cotfee Pots, French ----

1 3) BEes Cotton: C.r'. t I Wood's do. -"-!: ? I underpinned rwpeetfullyir.forms published in some l lic printed in Ihe Coffee Filferers, [Pitcher' Candle Sticks of different New and Cheap Goods.
j p'
t Dr. Bal.'s do. ___ the l>uijl'c' generally thai, : Jellv Moulds,Glass Lanterns, Cake B Jnrirj
3J flf EIGw1\!irti":. 1111.1 S1teetulr. I Slate lor tin eeuoitlM rftll.pcntvev.: : AII.I. 5, I I5->). qualities, : >\es AM receiving the Wacissa. anJ expect
., .\t4'-1 ;n'f4t sa.'?lJ of FANCY aa4 STAPLE I I Dr. Cllm&tV' '. do. s fSf'-n\\u\ed\ \ a superior Horse "" is. GEORGE: '.. "HAV.'KINS, Call1iilter, and _ _
GOODS. I Dr. Conit.K-k's Pain .\traefor. now prepdred to execute all work in .that line in a Judge Wcsleru Circuit. (Ley otter fur sale on reasonable terms. chandizvhich { invitemy friends and the pubIc

% 50 Keg assorted T.baecn For "je! ',v SHIELDS i, GOLDWJRE. superior manner, and on usual term Sep.c.rnber': G. .">(. 3S "m AIm, en hand a full and extensive stock of Tin I I to call! and see.

-5 .. .ib.' i Ja. e I 15, ISV). 23 attJan Quincy Fla.Dr. F. PAYNE. \\Vare of every description, manufactured here by 3ij slock embraces Dry Coeds GroceriesCialnirS .

2)1) Sick* Turk's Ishai Salt, ; :; ) ; June 29.. JS'i. 25: If Notice. ?' good Wtr U'ofuIriifl'N I y< cus<>ry Cordial -- ----- -- -- Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead Copper Zinc, and Cistern beauiilUiC0lection
330 Liverpool A LL persons creditor., !legatees entitled to dis- \.c. To the Ladies I will exhibit a
3') Barrels Northern Family Hour i unit Vfirmir 'ffc, Notice. .\ tr ui,1'! or otherwie interested in the estate Pumps for sale. Tin Roofing. Gutlerin, and Job of Silks Satir. Bonnets, Shoes. PitJ..oo5!

4 7? Sides fond Lalhcr. Dr.Mother's Goidoo's Friend Anti-IJillious and Liquid Cathaitic: ITT"!.', the unJvnigncil.i will make application to t.f Robfit S.Dence. hie of Jttferson Cour.ty, Floida, Work executed faithfully and with e p31'h. Capes.Viseltes, Scarf, Veils,i.c.i.c.all uruSlliU "

It) Coils R-"pp.IU I Pills. V V the nevt L"5i,latnre of the Slate of Florida deceased, art hereby nosi e.I lo exhibit their claim. T. WHITE{ & CO. low for caJs.

) pieces Kentucky Ihrcinz (ror ute bv Dr.Dr. Ilistjng's Little's Tonic Compound Sxrup TonIc of Pills Naplha and, for a charier icr a Plank !Jlwad: from Ocala to the and tlenlan'ilhi! :) two sear* from this! date to (lie ?er teroS*>r2l. 15-;0. __ 37 If My Store is between Mr. Kirk* \*s and )! ..-
Uitteh. Vermi- --
BE (TON & HIGG5S. 1 fnze, Lucina Cordial, liciJof Silver Sprig undersigned, or 1 the sameiil be b red ; and all Notice. lunis. P y me a visit, and I will en are 53IIJt'01 *- !
.>ptf mber -21?, 1'). J! It DAVID PRO\.tXCF THOMAS HAYWARDOctober -
: pfrs-ms indebted to I the said deceased are d i
Hm and Tetter Oiatmenl request
worm Mixture
----- JNO. G. KKARDO.V, to make imx.cdiate: months after uLite, application will be made 12. I?!). -10 t
Notice. I Dr. SI'e-nc| Vegetable Pills and IJitters. W. S. hARRIS JAMES payment.R. ThiCKER, sheriffof I SIX the Hon. Judge; of Probate for Leon Counly __ -
., Tilt inn of Nah 5i Taylor is tliii day rliw.lred Dr. Marphey's 1.t r: '1 Vegetable Sjjjar Coated Universal Anti-Fever Pills, Pills C. A. M. MITCIIF.L, Jefferson County and ex u1"f.Jt'ffn301t I for !letters dismission from the estate of Thomas Tax Collector's Sale.
mutual nt. Those indebted will) do u. I. ) U. A. CAnTER White deceased, late of said County. faI I
Dr. Pelcrs Wse'able' Pills.Mitchell's _:., County October 5, I IS30. 39 Sra I, virtue of the power vested in me bv
the pleasure to ire;tic us soon as possible. H"*
I' I Eve Salve, and Thompson's Eye Wafer, : expose for sale, before
t M. NASH.October JOhN SCOTT Notice.ALT. May IS, 1S50. 19 Cm "
I the *"
M..iTatl's Pluenix Bilters and Life Pills Q- ir.ry, in the County d Gidsden, on
I. I53. J. L. TAYLOR. I Dr. R'iss Cou4h Sxruji, S.JOSIAH G. DROWN PAINE.SIMEON' persons, creditor, anJ legatee' entitled! to Eoniity! --Land- -and -General---j---------1. j I1 I Monday of May next" the following described pro-

I fJenuine Slou hton"'s Hitlers.: The above well or otherwise interested iolhet-s- t p-rtyrr so much thereof as will paY the Slalel
The b'.HilTl" he realter will be conducted under k. own and popular remedies for ale bv HCLVEXSTO.V.Marion : late of t James Moore late of Jt'tfi'r"on County, Florida i County Tax doe thereon f.-r the year IS J. andlbeI
the firm of NASH & CO who resl'eclf..lly solicit I SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE, Co'inly, Sept. S, [-JI]] .r 50. 3lZm d dcea ed, are hereby notified :to exhibit ')-cir JOSEPH T. WALKER will give prompt and effi necessary expenses incident thereto,to wit*

a chare of the patronage of the citizens generally. I June 15. 1")0. 23 than Quinry, !Fla. ---- -- --- claim* and tlr'm..nJIIililin two years from this dateto ml to the BOUNTY LAND CLAIMSof ,I The E"i of S EI of S.c 21, the N E i of S*f.?*
hand assortment Agency of I lIst. undersigned the nml"'iII be basted and Otr.cers and Soldiers ensagrd in the Florida U'ar, \fd,"'
They esn< ct to keep on a general ---- or ; the N W ,Sect'>.inT2. R 7, X.rlb and
of Good M'Jicinri and such other articles us are Nurm's & Clark's DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. all persons( indebted! the said deceased, are requested or either of the Indian Fins in which .the United the water* of Crooked Creek in Gad den l1l1n1.

gevTillvkept in their line of business. il--: ) B\LSA.M Pectnial Expectorant. to make immediate ra 'mE'i1l. States have been engaged, or the War with Great Florida purporting to belong In F. ian Arm'-I !

October 5$, 1SV'. 39 NASH & CO. ta\'l' grand PI."twarranledot aclion Pianos.AL d PULMONARY. ::'>,4tnt. Pure and Medicinal: Cod JAMES: R. TUCKER.: Sheriffof Britain It?, and to any description of business HUGH O. McLrLAX

Liver Oil, li-JYijWI.tIC Mixture Nervine, Ver- Jefferson County and tx u.ffitiodm'r.. requiring an Agent or Atti rney at Washington. For Tax Collector for Gadsden CrontJ.Novembar .
;. Jew Goods. 02Eolian Je.lTyr.-'i.n October 5. 1S50. f9! 3m procuring Land Wai rants, his charge will he $;.-
County 6i
Attachment Pianos, wit h Ivc,' Tune. iniluge, Di-purative Svrup, Hcjit Corrector, Humor -__ In othercases, it \\ill be proportioned to the nature 2, ls"0. 43 _
JUST received per schr. .:liubttlhlrom New York, I able Rttds. The above ce>ebi att-d Piano can be hid Corrector Cou;h and Catharlic Pills I Female Pills) Notice. and cl the
difficulty case.
: Silk Mantillas Ladle Dress Goods Ladies by application' D. C. WILSON. I Female Specific, &(., &.c., used by him coiislantly Jefferson County Tax CoUector'S11B .
He will also in connecf ion with Attorneys
J Merino Vests, Ladies Riding Gloves. &r.. ano for JunellS.r0.1 21\ (tfGUNSMJJHING and with unprecedented' Miccot-s in the treatment of ALL persons, creditors legatees, entitled to dis. act, Agentsand virtue of authority vested in tr.ebla\Y".h sri.It
Florida who be in
( sale by G II. MEGINNISS.S'S ----.-- --- --- -. ---- --- Caids, Coughs, Consumption, .Asthma Heart DHeae or otheiwise interested iii the e3talf may employed Bounty expose for sale,before the Court HOlJStdCIIIR)!
S s..prf'mbpr. 1 ISW. <, Dyspepsia Scrolula Skin Diseases, Rheumatism of William Woolen, late of Jetleison! County, Flcr Land and other Claims, on teims which may be Monti 'no. Jefferson County.on t the first !doridal? '
Ferrrale ida, deceased, hereby notttitd lo exhibit their agreed upcn. Letters, (which should be post ,paid,) 5 I
Complaints, Pilt,&c., &.c. are May next, S. c.ion 21. Township 1, Raai e -
To Planters. Dr. Fitch's unequalled Patent Silver Plated Abdominal claims and dt'lUandtTIt hin Iwo)tar* from I this date wilt rl'cetveimmeJiale attention. and East much thereof will and Sill'r
pay i
or so as
j subscriber will tn ke cash advances on COT- I /VJ TTN-SHITH T70EK all descriptions done Supporters; Dr. Fitch's Improved Patent to the undersigned, or I the same will be baried ; and -_Washington City, I II. C., Stpt. 1-1, 1 IS.50. 3<> tf Mana Talitaro's double Taxes due the 5ftCCounty. .*

THE AND TOBACCO hipped lo M 5SIS. Cce I tIle with the utmost Preeisloh and Despatch by Steel Spring Shoulder Brace ; Dr. Filch' Silver Inhaling all persons indebted: to said estate are requested Notice. amounting to $15; i.beside cosfam Bses.
# Ins shop next door to Dr. Barnard's.Funicular .
make immediate COOt1
Tube. payment. sad
Anderson & Co.ew York. Said Lands are si'uated in the
attention paid) to orders and theZstrnnagP R. subscriber having fitted up the TANERY
J. M. WILLIAMS. country JAMES: TUCKHR: Sheriffof THE Jefferson and known Ihe Barbour lull ThCL
as I
) of all i j. iutif' t'J. Jefferson County and ex officio Adm'r.JefTerson this place known as Baker's Tan ard, has WOOTEX.
1S50. tf DR. JOHN
Door Lucks Hcpalred, fcc., kr.CIJ.HLCS. Cuunt).Seplemhl'r 2>, tj.Vj 3S 3m now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHERfor County.
the icn and for Jefferson
t Tax
on prevent cure of Consumption, Asthma, Collector
DEMILLY. -- sale and will have tine BOOTS and SHOES
New Goods. Di-eaips or the Heart, &.C., ant on the method of Notice. ; November 2. Is50. 43 J| L
Tallahassee -
May 25, 1 IS-.O. 20 made to order. He has on hand a superior article of __
I II & HUST are now receiving by recent preserving Health and Heauty to an old age. This NEGRO ---
-- -- -- ------ doubled-soled! SHOES. He would here return -
months from date theundfrsinedEvrcatnr, Sak
HE from New York and New Orleans book should be in ev ry family. To the Consumptive SIX : Jefferson Co'unty Tax Collector'sB
a THE TRUE MEDICINAL .the Iat will and testament of Uz William, his thinks to the citizens of Gadsden and the
assortment of such goods as needed hi it points out the only rtatonallt\\ope\\ 'for relief., ol 'led in me byt1j1.>
are virtue
general adjoining Counties for their past patronage, alla} authority ve :?
late of Gadsden
deceased Counly, wil! apply to the "
To *
this market,consisting in part of- COD LIVER OIL. education mltlhl"tl.lhl' : it gives forlhe care and Judge <>f Probate of said County, 'tot a final discharge to them that he will continue to manufacture Leather expwp lot sale before the Court HonJ ,

Bacon Sides ShoulJeu,and sugar-cured Hews1, in the cure of Scrofula Consumption, children are invaluable. 7S.OOO copie and settlement from said estate.' Boots, and Shoes at his old stand in Gad.den MOnt icelo! ,Jefferson County,on the first JJ0"?*.

S Brown, Crushed, and Loaf Sugar USEFUL Rheumatism Asthma, Bronchitis,Coughs, of (his book have pas!"t-d through the press, and the SAMUEL up WOODBURY Execnlor.Gadsden County! near Qnincy. He will be glad at all times February n..xt; the Wwt Jof Section T, >n'f lf
sale continues. unabated. For S. Fitch & S Rio Laguira and Java Coflee and all diseases of the Chest ard Lungs. A supply sale by S. CountySeptember. 21 1>50. 37 Cm Ioexchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark ship lot RangrS.Northand Ea>t, or so rou

Bale Rope and Twine, Flour Lard Tobacco, of this valuable medicine is just t received which 13* Co.707 Broadway New Yoik, and bv Hides, crippled negro boys or his own paper. of as will pay and satisfy W. H. %rmIste5*,$ be-

- Soap Starch. Sperm and Adamantine Candles, warranted pure and of very Inpt.'riorq'la1ity.' S SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE. Notice. cv J- Good Boot and Shoe makers, of steady habitr, due the Slate and County amounting to 53 j,

_ _ "t Imperial and Black Tea. Powder Tin Ware. For sale by LEWIS &, AMES, Quincy Florida. can have emplo)tT1 lIt. sides costs and charges. Said Land are sim
Aud a good assortment ol Crockery, Glass and Stone May 25. 1 ls3i I). 20 T Tallahassee OO- Dr. FilcVs Guide to Invalids,* r Directions Jo S IX months after (d-ate the undersigned Administrators w. H. MCMILLAN. the said Codntv. of JefTerson. -
usi Dr. Fi tch'i be bad I of I the bfe Robert Fisher will WOOTENTax .
: Ware and X Dundee and Gunny Bog.I ------ persons nz Remedies to ,gratis present Talttht'p.February 2,1S50. 4 lyJETNA JOhN
'; sins, which ntuckf'sell at fair prices Notice of all Ins Agents. their final account and vouchers the Judge of Leon Collector for Jefferson CoNovenoer2' '

4 ; 39 June 1 15, IS. O. 23 than: Probate Court and ak for a discharge from said es- INSUBANCE COMPANY -13 **
Oclober 5 i, 1S-V 1S30.;
1 ,
I I" IS hereby given that at the next session of the Gen tate. ,

t J New Stoves. eral I Assembly of the Stale of florida,applicatiun DANCING ACADEMY. R W. FISHER, ) HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.

will be made for an act of incorporation for .the purpose City Hotel.MR. W. FISHER; < Admrs' Stocks and Cotton in Ware-house Notice.

: JUST receiving Air from Stove New of .the York most Cooking Parlor.. $ of constructing a Plank Road from Alligator, RASIMI, from I theAcademiecufLond1m and July 20, l lrV). 03 Gin BUILDINGS; loss by fire. A LLpern4 having demands afrainstJesse 1.
Tight approved patterns
I Columbia County, totc&e point ..n I the St. John'cr LEWIS & AMES, Willis, late of Leon Count
bezi leave a
and latest $ Call and Examine them. !, ; most respectfully to announce
4 1i1,1e. T. WHITE & CO. St. Mary's River. JAMES S. JONES, that at the solicitation of many Lathes and gentlemen Notice. January 2 f3, 1930. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. will present them fo the undersigned vnf6"
President notice '
of the
k 3btemtpr2I I. 1S.,0( 37 Ifp IIf. 1850. Meeting. of this city he wijl open an Academy ,at the above SIX months after date we shall apply to ti.e Garden prescribed by the statute,or this
AuguM' 31 Seeds.
3m .
in bar of their recct er
B W "* B W >.ta M"> B "" "1" < ;place about .the Ifn| December for instruction in > Judge of Probate in and for Benton Jer-

: New Goods. Notice the elegant accomplishment ol Dancing. County,for discharge from any further administrstkdon ALARGEasinrtmenl of fresh) GARDEN SEEDS JOHN R CRUMP( QualifiedE"October o .
4 H. MEGINNISS i. now receiving a full Parents sending their children, may rest assured the estate of Charles Laing deceasedlate of .the celebrated garden of G; 26, 1S50.

: t I. GEO1GE of GOODS suited to the season viz- IS hereby given that application will be made foho that no paint will b<* spared for their improvement.Mr. Bentoli Counfv_ South Florida. R. Garretson Long hI and. .'lIualt' t>r

: fc f Blanket' Kerseys Hits, Cups Boots, and Shoe ( General Assembly) t the Slate of Florida, at R begs leave to stale I hat he is furnished with c. T JENKINS, ) LEWIS & AMES. Notice.

:' ON HAND. its next section, fur act* of incoiporaion| of f plank I letters of recommendation from many highly respectable J. B.' ALLEN, S.l\Adm rll.Jl1nl January 5, 15:O. 32 \ LL creditor, legatees, and peraflr.s'r,

S I 'A* goo
tr r Itc., and all other atlicles. necessary (or the season yule and Monticello,one 'to Quincy,.nd one lo tome profession.Mr. Bagging, Rope, Twine, &oc. late of Jefferson Counly. dece -f d. a" ;

I 1 O. II. MEGINNISS. point on the St. Masks river. R will teach the LancorQuadrillpsCaledo- SHIELDS GOLDWIRE flAGGING' "pieces and half pieces tied thai their claims and[ demand* *V> _nfp iilf''

- I Septen.l. 2i. I 550. 39 tf Tallab wee, AiifCoM 1 10, 20.. :m:1I: nians, the Mazurka La Gillopade, Waltzing, Spanish HAVE just deceived a large and general as ort- iI do Twine, the expiiation of iwovearstrom this **', *, 0ame

I 'I Dancing, Fancy Pancea.'and life Polka Dance. rt of Drugs Medicines, Chemicals, Rop*. are exhihi ted to the subscriber;$" rf

.j Ready Made Clothing. A Iroliollc Exttnrt rnnirnlils IndiitiZJL Sic. Trrmt $10 per tcbol irfor 13 lesons.: Paints, Oils,- and Dye Stuffs, which they will sel Bacon Sides and Hams, who have any demands against saul

Collodion or Liquid Adhesive Platter, Further particulars can he ascertained it the Cily on the reasonable terms for cash or approved I Lard and Flour new wheat t. Hereby notified to peent( them with0

JUST received from New York per Schr. Elizabeth, Philoloken Ntrvine Hotel'private lesson may be had on application credit. Persons'wishinx eenuine unadulterated medicines I Ii Allum and Ground Alum Salt, those indebted la saul deceased are COW CL

Od! supply or HEADY MADE CLOTHING( i Nerve and Bone Liniment. For salt by. to Mr. R. Subscilption. papersand t terms left i will do well to rail and examine their ateck : Table Salt. For sale by to make immediate payment I'

ind ''ar sa1. b1 G. H. MF.OINMSS I SHIELDS & COLDWIRE at the RoMc Slore and Sentinel J olfice. before purchasing: elsewhere.Qinry : D. C. WILSON. JOSHUA TAYLOR. jeyniy

Sr t ember 13, !1W5. M I S June I 35, J 1S.-A 3'IIJan Quincy' Ha. September 2 j, 1&'). 35 t(' I June I l'", 1 l5'l. 2.1 ttJsn -I1t,?1 t.1550 33 Jetlron October 26. 1630.P *