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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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k &YJ9? TALLAHASSEE, FA. SATUPJUY, FEBRUARY 16,1850. : .. VOLUME_ f *. vgfljc IMO.:

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fqi /loriMcm & Journal. I IrrtL11IEP Speech'of CKagman, of Horth Carolina, | the effect which our revenue system produces: motives titnild! biing them into tue Southern in the Missouri compromise liar. I *!jn.i t i official; ; term, toe passage. 'ofaoy, meauteu '

; __ on the Wilmot Proviso, Slavery. &c. \ but that il is most pnweifnl and controling-can- country since both the reasons assigned arc individually prefer, under all the circucjstanccsrgiv'"g that rnJ ht tend to !force our people? lo unjust

v EVE.MXC. Horse or UjriifEXT\T: ;: ;vis1Jamniy'J2 ; not f>e denied. The Governmentactually, much stronger than in our case. It; has al. up the whole Califonii.i! provided aibmisiion. lathe mom timo the Southern

EVERY vrunm !1'i( ra It' more tian! thiity millions "per jcar by ready l een proved that we can manufacture we could have all on ibis side of it, up to Sates cou! i, in convection, tako.euch Btepa as

TERMS : these duties. The maiitifactufcni, who cer. some kinds of goodi more cheaply than the about the parallel of 40' not fir from the mglit: be necc *4ry lo. assert their right to a
Thero i is thrwiftbout the South [ ,
if paid in advance. a strong nttachiDitit tainlyare interested in selling iheir productions North. In New England, too, owing to her northern line of the Stile Missouri, ratliAr: share ia the public Territory. If this interregnum .
Ooi Lint p r annum lo the Union of these iStaie Thi.1fwntiment
THtE A HALF, ii )aId wiiliin vi it n.onti. 4t a high rathur than a low rale' und \\hounderMand deficient agriculture, everything is directed lo than its southern-3G 40*. We would were to continue long, U might drivft

$' i ot ;ia ettitbe end let* not ao much upon any calca- iheir true iuterest, attach the great manufacturing, and the system is strained tip th'-i.' by gelling thovhol! of New Mexico, both sections to make provisional governmcnts .

rs.The 1 ttimg illi>e rigidly edheied? lo, at.il lali.ns i-l icteicst as on Littoiic associations, est importance to the tariff system, and attribute to a point which is attended with great Hocinl and having the mountain chain and d.sertorz to hocomw porrr.Mionloncs in the end. .

c paper wij! o d.m-ont iimcd.until all aiicarajHre and the recollections! of common &nc.slral ; to its operation efll-cls even greater than disadvantages, M as to retard population. In the weal, obtain a proper frontier. We might liut il h advised, in certain portion of the

1 nut, uule- .Jt I the oiriinn 01 the publi.hci Sub- ttru gles and tijumphs. Our people tuko a I have stated them lo be. There has been the South it need not be so. The climate and then acq-iiro, at some future day, \rhuth-r Northern press, that (hi's' ipcmbcn from that '

? ,cfr4 Iii t ue received fur .thiee months wider at lor Ore the pride in ihe uatnt of the United Stales, and in. less complaint among consumer, because tbc soil are very favorable to agricultural pur. united or divided, possession of I ho co'infry xcctio.'i ouht, to expel such aj interrupt their f _ _

) r tiinunlhi at SiM be Every acc.naaicd with being members ofa great Uopublic) tint: fur.nlshcs cost i>f moti manufactured articles has been oi.minishing suits. Our slaves might be chiefly occupied along tim Gulf of Mexico well suited to be proceedings. Let them Icy the experiment. ( '
uftius count inunt : ]
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*parru IeIh, .'ttWiJ ti! orJler conn t.rouL! any ol our a cheering example to the iiientU of from (lime lo (lime. This fall cf I on the farms, while the poorer cltss of our occupied by our slave! population. I mean, 1 tell gentlemen that this} is our shvcbuidin?

; ) authorized agent* 111 the Stale.APVEKTIEHilKNTS liberty througboiit ihe world. Uut the events prices, howcier, i is partly attributable lo lb while population, and a portion ofotjr f.-males, sir, thai no ruUriction o-ight lo ba irpised by Ierrstorv'. We d, not inn'i (to learo it. If -

of tlie! last few jears arc rapidly weakening great iliscovvries made during our day in could be advantageously employed in manu Congress on this territory! but that after i it they tLir.lc they can remove us, it is a proper .

thi* feeling. Seeing that I In*re appeared to be cliemistiy( mechanism, end the aits generally! facturing. Wo should thus have that diier- has been left open to all classes for a proper case for trial. In the present temper of the .'

inifrtt-d at th rate of OoeIolUrrfr} < a si-til'-d purpose iu the Noith lo put them (lo with in cur winch conducive tho then when mind il i is that
r.Il; be ( I by which lliebe articles ale produced sity pursuits is most period, imjority may they public propable a collision of
: r.flR'dre hats for the first, and fitly cent, for each I the w.ill), many of our people, icgaiding adi*. m'ich' mote f.icility.: Il is nKo atltibiitable to t to the prosperity; and happiness ofa people. make a State constitution: determine for them the kind here might electrify tho country,
reasonable deduction
fit sct lu.erU'in. A solution of the Union! as th( a\itblc; iVMiUf the of the vvoild which Our carrying trade would probably for selves whether will not. did the little ikirmtsh at the colonies
t H-itl h. iii 'l* oI u lga} ni!* <* estate .,liCe'. 3Tt I' I rompaialive re pose t u they permit slavery or as Lexington
this aggrof-ion, ha\e lorded forwuid lo the lime be in the hands of llie and other Toe South will iu oriab'rsettlement. in their then exc.ted
t IT no'rt.f' without alin, l>7i has diieCtCl capital I ai-.d labor, formeily con.umeu English ucqtiie&cc any re
fdQU1kl :o1Ibt1I it the ot5'e. I (4)t2t41IiettCCS )f _ui 1i t ttt )f Ihifl2. m war?, lo industrial pursuit Hence, foreigners. Thi however, would not be to '. But when! vrv ak for justice, auJlo struggle, whoever might prove the victors

i.uK*nct.4cat jol-cwdMatet) office.r I will tell Aojtucin cntltfm( *nt in the bopr t since Northern ba let loneve the *, les in ir would leave her do busi
Ai I thoti:: ) t ibeie is a graduil Iuclion of prices Uieddvaiitage, ship-ov/ncrs are r et by sens ; cot: a quoiuo to ; .
;.LR-inrariiily la ordei''*icr advance.uuQucez1eiI No; attention, that inanv cf ihoni 1.10 not jet jt-t l the ) it: the United States \et il is still more tlriking now charge as much fur freight bet\v/3ii New and inaine cry of f Ualon, Uninr.! !" Sir, I ness. Gcatlc-Tifn! may call this treason ; .

jjitje pail any of reason, w'jal; itho tiew presented in pris. Ycrk und New Orl.' as do for" \vith if. Wh il fro.TiNortuern treason tha treason that the
;: .vj1t the ec'i. DII the other siclo of I ha Atlantic. In os thy car.rying am disgusted rn cornea high highest

All fl i tiae.;: 'n's n4le'qcJ ppct lo iiiany ofilii* JiglH't iutiiltvt i ii !: Grc.il lij'c.iiii i: p.atieii'ily, r.s v.vll ;*s in ccr- it lo Canton, un the opposite sid of gentlemen who are {.Hacking us, it norll I ever saw. But their words are idle.

t.II12CJP1s ; but eJitritiJ 1ie Irr ii.ta j'h. It i writMM" ii lri! < (he t' -'iug I lain portions of the continent: such h the accumulation the g.'obe.' The whole uno'int of the eight falls on my ear as it would do if a band of ro'i. We shall defeat their movement against us.

ten '..t, .ill b, dare4 wl tPTie 6YM0.71 oprratrs htinlly on the South <-f c-tpitil: r.iul so gre.t: the nuti- on Southern productions, received by the Nor- hers had surrounded a dwelling, and when I put even if I thought otherwise: I would still

; oi. nnd the Wcs*. Th Government raises up. her of l.tborcrsvlo are oblige*] lo woik for a liiern ship-owners, has, on a minute calculation the inmates attempted to resist, the imaiiu.it rctist. Sjo.ner than submit to what they propose -

Job V.'otk, rich '.vurds of thirty miiion! annually! by a duty mere cuh.NKic.nce, that prices are HI the lowest been set down at forty millions one hun- thouid raise the shout of Peace-rnion- I \vould! rather sea the South, like Po- .
r\rcut
17 jn R bills: ; 'P, car-;; J.--JJMCU, blanks to nrnhkt.; tc.. with nrstu or las upcn imports. Hut this system ac'srryuncqially : possible rale. "We hate a light l to lake advantage died and eighty-six( thousand seven hundred harmony !" If they viiI <;.o uaja'lice, we ilo lan-1. under the iron heel! of the conqueror. I

.fi eai!
ri..pt for persnni ha,inR >parlv account! with For illustration cf ihe} mode of opeintion, do of our c'tenp: production of CottOll.I whole value which the North derives horn its if, lhftir declarations seem miserable, Hungary.j ; _ _

the office, rnnst be paid: for on delivery.i I ] will taken a sinjile article.! Rcjlrcnd] uoi: I Instead of Diving us a half a dollar a pound, as Southern connection has been estimated, by hypocritical cant. When these thirds come j It was bit: the ot'ier day, and under our

is prefaced in Ki! lum2 ;.t to cher.p a tIc:; (lint some familiar with these .statis from the Southern I !have less that the
they used to do, they, avell as the people nfliii pcrsonj more i men eve.n rc-- own eyes, gallant Hungarians asserted -
Busine ssCotton r. it can be brought to this couniry und rohl.vc! NorMicrn: Stales, seem glad lo ;el it for tics, at more than eighty-eight millions of dolar !- I' peel for them. Even the ifost} c'jn-.inliy their independence. Though in the midst

may say, for fort}' dollars! per ton. This is five cents per :pound, in consequence of our *. Whoetcr looks into the condition of the men, when threatened with p rsonbl iiij-.iy, [ of and struggling against, those two immense m

i Brokerage. much cheaper than! ; our people ran afioid to (yr3 rproduct' iou of I iho article.i t \V e hate, t hereto different Stales prior to the formation; : tit the do nol usually :.niO'nco' in advance that they empires, (hut could bring more than a million

BEERY EOWLES, I riiAe it at. They iherellm* aL! the Govein.t !e, a ,natural i light lo | 'iidise;: their prodsiclionsat Union, and compares it with their oilnuiion at mean lo submit to all the cta-li-empnt; whelm armed men into! the field, they were &uc.

tdjitio'i to iheir bu&uib' ?s Auctioneer and merit( to reunite the payment of twenty) doku&! the lowest rate nt which we can obtain I first, under low duties, up lo the war and laritl'of an adversary may choose to inflict. And CPi-fi.l at first in iK'aling down the power ofj $

IN Commission Morel! .antf, will give\ then attention per lo!> by way ()fdui) The importer, theieibie them, lo counter-balance the disadvantage } I'siG, and i's' successors, highly protective those pei&cjis who, seeing the nggrrsiive attitude j Austria.! It was not until some of her sons .

totlt selling ot COTTON for planters and othei) instead of felling for forty dollars pet ton, we si.ller fiom the accumulation( of a diileivnt! as (they have bien, will find the facts fully sustaining of the North, and its numerical' power, (I became trat'ars that Hungary was finally

who) tn* n't find it convenient**to attend and wait must ask sixty dollars! lo rcimhiiifc him> llior kind ol capit.il,I and labor. To alleviate tiiis the opuions I have e\pies-ed. Nor- declare in advance that for their pnrt th"y intend J overpowered, borne down anti pressed to

Ui lie the arrival they will i4! be the r<*stcatncr.a
the tpot m iCft that may oflcr.S3n Govf, rmcnt. Jheiy pci oji, theiefoie, in in the form of [1r4)trc1irI. Vhy, ihen, have.SotitiU'in school rhiidien! ofcouieu represent? things dif. do, rue taking the b'-t course I to aid our a>- strength ofllussi-i. If ncesjary, let such bis t

|'le!
t tiMe, tnd piom|>) rctuins m.-'dr. iron, hah to pay twenty dollars: m )it ioi ouch t so iineijnal$ : I in its ole rat ii'ii / Because, JI.HI : opinions on ihej-e! points Irivr been settled them as enemies of hr fe'o-th. U Cellar be

Jjriz.r; > :0 a. 1S5U. 52 If ten. The i aie, Isovever, oii advantages, I htv*- foimeily hid: occasion lo state, in th* for a long while past, though I have not here Northern will do Whfre the rilingtmljf J Spattantoti!! are** fttrrla
-- I In the liist i iMJtneof gentlemen justice on their proud charncl cf Thermopylae.
LEWIS AMES to countutbalance this loh. pluce, Conveiilion which mndo ihe Federal Constitutioti tofore Leen in a position where I thought I
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out people! findm:* that they! c.m: make there was a bargain madi between (the could exert any contiolling! influence, or effect this great question. may consent to submit Rather let the future traveller, asb pace
ULALUKS l> dollars to lesser c\ils. We may acquiesce in a mn'st t over a blackened! and desert waste at least
u piofit l bEeiiing) laihoad iron a I j iM) | Noith and the South, that, provided they w-ou d any desirable object, by giving utterance (toihem. ,
DRUGS) MCD10INLS. PAINTS. OILS (ton, in ihe. inanuf.>clire* and thus t oppressive revenue system. We rmy tolera' pxclaim, '* hlre lived and died anob'e'! a
per entge allow s'aves be .nit
our to to
loiltl! irlitlcs Pcrf is.VinJovr Glass ed these ( repieseislfd, per a mast unequal ui5Uirjjtion: of ihe public race as the sun ever shone If wo
emery, find employment. While M) cima upon.
importation) fur a time, and lo deliver up fugitives In throwing ut iheso views, Mr. Chairman, We bear the loss cf .
out
PAINTrRS' CHU U! AM? COLOJIS, | the pioduce of the farmers expendilures. may were to wait until your measures were con-
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consume
perbonb the South would that I I have .
iu ( ? not the of
on purl, agree so.jght utmost degiee precis slaves incurred because the
fugitive Legislatures I suTirnated and coil like that ofa
for ,
LpflhltCCLtICS' Gt.s! \Vaic. JL'C. 1 and othets, and thus make a horns maikft t your great
a majjri'y oi Congiess might ha\c power (II ion, but I hue no doubt but all the facts will of the Northern States have nullified an
L ria E constant 1 on hand, and fortale nt the agricultural pioductions. \Vt-see, however, I serpent, was conplefe'y! around us. then wo
be found
larifF laws. As thin examination !Je.-s. favorable
navigation gift not
nr on (
pats omy essential? of the Constilu'ion with-
market 1 I provision m'g'ul be crushed.: Seeing the danger wo _
lowest of dollais falls | ,
prices. I 'that t ihe lots tuenty j.er I ion oni
ol the under I the circumstances conclusions limn I have Mated them.
po'vr necesvi- My coi'd have been
AMES. which the Union : not
LEWIS t \\ho Olt! ; have the wisdom and the to meet tho
of t'liilfd States
all those in the courage
T-iUtusnee, Nov.-nhcr 00, SJ7. la i I any paiL benefit is lily implied; that it was to be cieicUcd, we purpose now isMinply tu pie enl to ( rherugeitienim'ii I formed, because mere pec miary comidera- I attack now, while we hare the to re-
the iron but the power
I confinrd -
may coi.s.ume ; ieh bouuil in honor to a .]tiie.-ce in (lit action such general views as ate likely I lions with We j
ALEX. C. MORTON arc not controlling us. may j s'st. We mu-.t victors in this struggle.
to ihc'se who are enpuged mi t prove
jieisons 4t the : IJecatise in llie M'cotid to be the South. Your
majorit pla e, now zdj4ej< j by course such of tie Northern
i even permit portions If th of
!
them we repel wave aggression now wo
i those \\lia Jive
and FO near
ATTORNEY AT UiW making in n,
protection lo such. efeiit as might gTve our of iiggre.v ioii is already arraying against you destitirc of self-respect
; people as are proper I hili have The Abolitionists! defeat
ind fonjaiiiiioncr of Deeds for Ihc Sate: of i lhat they can conveniently get their piod'icej i infant inainifactiues :i fail start, was ca'culuted' all Ihe highest minds of the South-men of I I lo send here occasionally! representative* peace.
up I ed before the country en the ths main issue,
the factoiief. In fact this soil of ma-.iuUc-
::1i Teaiittstc! I'lorda, :ir.d .MisshUppi. j 0 to advance I ihe inler'*st of the nat ion as a high intellect, and higher patriotism, whose whose sole !is5ues: > seems to be lo irritate as will not hive la molest us.
1 is confined to the State uf IVtms Iv.tnia power
turing } whole though' ( I the i lime it might bear hardly utter indiffcmicu to ail constdera-
1 yJrricr. AT COLUMBUS, GKORGIA.5} or personal much Southern feeling, and
as possible pun- I have thi sir
: frankly spoken opinions
!: V\7"iLL* C''ie Lulhlul .ittenttou to such buvntea as | and perhaps a few other !localities.: Hut on u<;. And b"caue, thiul'y' we hoped lions will make them, in t the language of my den lo the prejudices of the-worst part of the this \viih my
I t b eitriittd to lnui, in the Court>ol tiiC j mvconstituents: cin no more (tlie( mamifac- on great question, no purpose lo
mAy pay that the Southern States would! afier a time j eloquent fiienl from (Georgia, (Mr. Toorabs,) Northern We allow thai
< u&tJijao.hee Circuit, Georgia, composed ol 1IeCiiitie. ; I cornnvmity. may menace, bat only t3rarn.. Gentlemen of
< cf Penny'Kmiia (lor iron in the pro-J'ic-
tuiers
Stewart and Set to manufacturing! themselves as their ill" "al! tty have and all! they are to Ibis the Northern States shall keep and foster .
( tldtl ,
t MunC't ei*, t Tulhot the Ijiiiiih i up the North ought themselves lo see tint while 4
i tion of their 1ti than they could "
?H>ri.'n aid .n tae Count of Kusscl), M ccn and ins teiest required tli-in to d- and thus escape llisibuidcn. j cause. in their bosons abolition socieiifs' whose 5'jtfnis3ion! lo what they would be I
i rttIr, ALatdma. ( iron ma !etfc. It is therefore to our tdxan- j It thus that Sou'hern propose
was gentlemen. nut geu'.icttca speak of the of ma- nitin Is lo scatter firebrands throughout ,
uilncnlty
purpose ruinous lo us, il would not in the end bo benefici.il -
An-'i.t 1 Ife, 1 tage pay after the Noith hat! laiied Jo
even partially pa* Ling !'r bouii1ry and the condiDn cCthe the South lo incite servile insurrections,
of the ; to their section. Seeing, then, tho
;lion at the lowest rate. This l is true
TOWLK. MAkIA0 C. Southern nnd Western people generally.This .- its share of the consideration; with great magnanimity border Stalesol"Maryat.d and Kentucky is I and stimulate, by licentious pictures our ne"roes issue in rill its hearings, it is for them to de

1 TOWLE &, PAPY, iPu! trates the effect of our icvenue and continued to sustain the s-tern.; particularly referred to. Undoubtedly each I to invade the persons of our white wo cide. They hold in their hands the destiny

Ailorsfy* and Conrsrllcrs HI l UT, t-utcm. The burden is diffused ]i The mnniiT disbursement is also adverse :Mate would lave the right to determine for (lie!). Bat if in addition to all these wrongs ofthp existing Government. Should! circumstances
pio'ec'ivt? lo our interests. Of (lie forty odd millions itself lo whicl section of the it insults intend degrade and '
and to u'lerly
Confederacy ,
lurmcd an a ocution tot the Pi. rtice the uhole but tiic benefit limited you divide us, I wish that you may pros

HAVING over country
will attend the iitxeral Cuiirls cf (heMiJale i and ihobe which the (JU\C-IIIUKMII purpose, to disburse would belong If th"M* two States were to ruin the South, then we do/it ga i!. We do per. From all my knowledge oflha elements
the manufactuiein! to
'T Circuit, of Florida, and in the DiMrici Couitof to poisons. I this >ear, I do not belieie that five millions I unite wiL: the North, then, as il would! not be not love you. peop'e of the North, well enough of your society, I have doubts" That wo
( the (J.S 4t FtUitt3'.e.; Ail bu>int ', entru>led who reside io near as lo have theieby a bet.ter will in be in ali the slave.i ,
] expended : God has u4he
any way I possible for them: to change their conditionS to become your siutc-i. given < shall, iwfcr the fa'or'of Providence, in all
t their will attention.tf maiket liU'e than one-third ol
> care receive veiv moie !
( Ot5c. in the Cspilol.piorcijit the Lnion ; the benefit of the iu i holding States. North Caroliiri; foi example;, immediately Li respect to Uerj, if they ever power and the will lo resist. Our fathers ac- I j events, take care of our salves, I have no feirs.
17, gf's system i is burdened to the extent oi not less than three did, they \voud fur at least form liSerlv! by the swird, and with it. I
February eclusiiu mainU of ihe South and \Vvt\ It nuiiy$ years riuired our Jn conclusion, have, to say : Do justice; t
I is the extentoflbis i' millions, and yet does not gel back one hundred si barrier agtinst the ajmiesMons of the free at every hazard i, w, v. ill it numain: ?u. iir i ; and we continue to stand with you : attempt j.
illiUlCAL NOTICE.Dr. not to measure precise '
burden.easy It has been estimated thattwo.lhiids thousand dollars in any way horn the I Slates, until, in .shuit, tIle South would have before resorting to L n.t insrument, I hoW thut' 'r> trample on us, and we part company.Mit. .
Government.; The clear !loss in a pecuniary bc Charles T.
Darby of all the ailicles which would, ii'impoittd, btj
j point of \iew-, on account of the action! of the aid. I take .it, hov.uvcr, that their inlfres-t It is, sir, a wise provision of ProviJence, that POLS.-Hon. \. O. P. Nicholson of
anno'Jttttf tu the public injren- subject : a duty, are produced in the
t0hay
RE'nKC'lFULL pennarif-ntly located himsell in United States. To return, for ready illustration | Government, may be set down at three millions would lead tent to prefer au association with less force is required to resist an attack thin Tennessee, in his euoy! on the Ute President

.J 'n4if.Hlo; Flotida, and will br lound at all limes to the case of railroad iion. If two nf | anItuihl%'. The Southern States generally the South. IVith rei'ereuce to fugitive slaves, lo make it. The Constitution of ihe United Polk, mentioned tha following!! incident :

..41t1| #{dtet>*i3nAlly nagei1. Strict attention will are in the same situation. M.irylaud would not be materially \vorso oil'than. Slates has been well framed, qn these princi- As illustrative of his private habits and
three of iron consumed in the
every Ions Unij
1.
p4id t li prokbeional calls. j I LaveeIuii her be if she While therefore a rmjority is neces in connection wjth
to were not pies. opinions religious subjects,
jr3lS19. IS led States were made in ibis country, it would What: would be our condition epjrntd:
ill fuel less nibScsted.! There oiid! however one-fiftb of themm- I lie in entir
saryto pass a measure may indulged quoting a memorandum
follow that the peison who consumed those fiom the North ? It is difficult lo determine
GEO. W. UUTCI1IXS be fcoina! great countervailing advantage*.--- hers nny demand the yeas an-1 nays. In : mule by him en his fiftieth birth day,
liii ce tons Ci iron, while he paid twenty dollais the precise amount of the exports oftlie slaye.-
She is in advance of mot of the Southern spite, therefore, of any change of rule which: and left amongst hi? papers. It is as follows :
AUCTIONEER : to the Governmenl on the ton imported, would holding States; because il i is not practicable ta
in inaiiufacluies and Nor. make, as this constitutional : Nor. 2, 1345. Attended the Methodist
pay tony dollars to the home muiufacturer ; arrive at tlm exict value oflhat portion! which I States a duty on the majority can as long Sunday,
T4LL1I4SSEE, FL1. ihern imports \\ould gise her for the time better provision stands, a minority of one- Church (called the Foundry Church,)
and if he 'lixed BO far Irom the manufacturer i is sold to (he fiee Stat es. Hut t llis amount, of
trCK ioM ; that he could not pay him in pioduce it would < our leading staples being well known prices on t=ucli things as now come !trtn: fifth, or moie, if firm, and sustained by the to-day in company with my private Secretary,
.* rt. II. BONO. JVf.. ARC.VI.C, DC.. V/iwo.v, Pretty N Ii. would froiu hoinf the wheels of th; J. KIIOX Walker. It ;Inclement!
T. H. Fa.4GT.J.HoiboadJ.i.ARcHsR.Mircb follow] that, in fact while! he p.iid: the Govern 1 mean cotton, rice, tobacco, &c. we the ort Baltiinoic perhaps, people at can stop : was an day
feugar
,0,1V1* 10 ment but twenty dollars, he would lose sixty jean uriive at the whole value qF our cxourtspielly its considerable size and its capital, become Government.: If jt is ascertained that no -there being nan from an early hour in the

1 himself( account of the duty. When, there [) neatly. They cannot fall short of one the New Yoik 'fthe South. New York itsell proper settlement can bs go-ten of the Territorial I morning, and .Mrs. Polk arid the ladies of ray
3. i.. Hltl.Db, X J> i. B. EOND, M. P lose half it would bj m the of the household did attend church
than it
I fete, the Go\ ci nrnett gets, as it is> doin ihir- bundled and thirty millions, of dollars, and I his must at oucc: more foreign question, power | net to.diy.-Mrs.

ty millions (.f dollars tevemie, the whole burden ear, pet hips considerably! exceed that sum. trade. Cliaie! toi: und New Oilcans woul.l Southern members to defeat all the appropriation Polk being a member of the Presbyterian
Drs. SHIELDS & EOND, Ttie like the bills and bring the Government to a Church I attended that Church
to the consumers of tbu c unlty, would This i neuilyas; much a-, thin whole! of the expand rapidly. might occur to g-nerally
HAVING aorialed thcmsfhfs together in the be one hundred millions of dollars ; oi "this experts of the United States In foreign coun- cities of Virginia. Cvcn the little towns on dead halt. Perhaps :it rnight be well lo give : with her, though my opinions and predilec 3

*rrvice to the of cituenn Medicine ui ,Quiac Snidery} and, &.C.the. ofler surrounding their- amount the South pays, according to is! popu.lation 1 tries. I Il t must bo rcmombeifd, howexer, that the eastern coast of my own State woul l m iie such a cup lo NortLc.ru gentlemen! ; for 1 well :, lions. arc in favor of the Methodist Church. .

country and consumption! lorty millions of t dollars. I I though t lie Stales funi: h part: of our exports, than it-cover (the trade which they had prior icmeniber that when tha citiL and diplomatic! 1 This was my birth day-being fifty years .
I to the duties and the taritf of 1516. uppropmtion bill was under consideration, :j old having been born, according to the Famf1
Qnine. Aucti II I1! 31 This Mini I think too low in fact. In i yet that xrhiuli tln'y, do afford is scarcely so war -

Thomas Jeflf. Heir the Patent Office lepoil, made lo the last; fen.sioii I much as the portion of our own prodjds' The iiortlicni tier counties in Kentucky with the amendment from the Senate known 1 Register in the Family Bible, corroborated

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT, LAW, Congiess, (the last one publMted,) it is 1 which goes lo; them for cousililipi iiii. 1t\\, would pcrbJps bo obliged lo remove their as Walker's, which would have settled the ;j by the account given ins by my mother, oa
staled the CommUhioner .Mr. Uuike slaves to the South. But there would! be Iu question slavery in the Territories, a number i the 2nd! of November, 1793.I .
tl.e I by a I therelorp, we. were sepiraled. our whole ex-
in Cne\il
Gout in each
t WILL practice of the. MuUle Ciic lit, and in the Supreme Northern man, that the annual value ,articles i ports tolhe I North and to foreign count iies I her advan'.ages in the change similar to those Northern gentlemen resolved to defeat i I *' Toe text to day was from the Acts of this

t Court and United States District Couil aT manufactured in the United Stales is five generally would lie equal to thai sum. Of,u of larvaad.! Kentucky supplies I he South that bill, and all other business, by constantly ;i Apostles chapter 17, verse HI : "Because hei

llraice.Monticell. hundred and fifty millions of dollars. This course we should import as much, and in fact with live stock to a great extent ; but she 11a4 calling for the yeas and nays, if they did not i hath appointed a day in which he will judgo
January 2", 1S4S. 28 succeed in striking out that nmenJment. 1 t the world in the whom
*, righteousness by man
the of Ohio and otli.er
rtalement does not include iron, Rail; coal, MI. do at this time consume'as much. A duty of to endounier competition
Ca&&wjy S.i1iij [V.'- S. IJiZ..WOMTII.TO gar, wool, the products) ol the fihei ics, and thirty percent, on lhe e imports (and most ofihe 1 Noith-wesiein Stale lIthe productions I recollect perfectly that, while was pressing a | he hath ordained." It was communion day

I & other articles on which a duty! H collected ; I rates of the present (taiiil'lavv aie t higher) of these States were subjected to a duty, she I Pennsylvania member to vote against striking 1 at the Church and the sermon was forcible.
out that amendment, which was the pend- It awakened the reflection that 1 had lived
these swells the have in the tradu. j
adding amount to nearly sev. wcnld yield a revenue of neatly forty million might for a time a monopoly
ATTORNEYS AT LAW en hundred millions Our imports for that dollar*. As the prices of u!most all iranufaciuicd 'LI uould do injustice to these two States if I I i ing motion, a member of high standing from j I fif'y years, and that, before fi ty years more

,1( MOXT1CELLO, n.OHIDA.c I sear were unusually! larrre, on account of the I articles are regulated by the production 1 supposed that they would bo governed solely, Massachusetts said to me, You need not give would expire, I would ba sleeping with ibis

7, 1c49. 27. famine abroad. Nevertheless all the aiticles I of the gienl woikshops of Kuiopc, j or even maiuly, by calculations! of interest i joursrlf any trouble about this matter ; it'we generations which have gone before me. I

I -- A. E. MAXWELL, imported, on which a di.ty is collected, inclu. i where the accumulating capital and labor j Maryland and Kentucky nm filled with as | do not succeed in changing, we shall pre-1 thought of the vanity of this world's honors-

ding the above omitted m the Matement! of keeps down production to t lie lowest possible noble-minded men and women; as exist on vent its adoption by having the yeas and niys j jon how little they would profit me. haifa century

ATTOJiMIY ATWILL manufactures a re in value, only one bundled i ale*, I have no doubt but tlfat sum would be earth ; and following their bold impulses, they nations (to adjourn, and calls" oflha House, j' hence, and that it was lime for mj to bo put-
attend alt the Courts of the Middle Cir till the end of ihe session. From siiniliar hiou.e in order." 3 :
ffcJOflireoter S F. BurntyV >te re.TulUliMaee nnd cc! ?n millions one hundred and fifiy.iour laised without any material increase of the would make common cause uith their op. nude number of1 lag my :.
thousand three hundred fifieen dollars. It ices which citizens sisters oh'the South, and, if necessary, declarations to nje by a
Oci. 2', ISJ'J. 4 Jtt'lolewle pi our now pay. Wemi pressed
appears' that the amount tnumifaclmcd, in the ht, i ihereforc, ojpcml as much :m is time Go.verninentof take their places! where the blows might fill Northern gentlemen, as 1 went through thehouse i Conjuiictini and Agreement" *-In a iejuortiu
4.: S. KNUtI' I lud no doubt but that, as lie said, I, parsing the sentence, Maivcourting in the
country is more than fh times tint imported. the United States ever did in time | thickest in the front of the column, \\nli the "
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LUrtall Crorer I Pmhiou Dealtr, Il i in not pretended, however, that this compar. of peace 01)] (to this-i begiiiing of t General Jack, j samu high feeling* that animated their anccs- enough had agreed to have enabled them to capacity ot" bliss, &c., the word 'courting,
if the motion to to it miss of fourteen toparse.
change
corner pert
effect their young
ifion afiordft n measure of the son's Ailiuin'utiatiun und ( the luUlo.iielcU; of the Revolution. purpose
TALLAlJLsIt I, FLORIDA. 1 proper am<>mil still have on hand I ors on
amendment had failed. She hesitatingly but
the cornmencps
of got
of the buiden which the country sustain millions dollars devote than that they should : (fiom us, the character
tiny twenty-live to to |the I lather separate
constantly on handand offers for sale at a alun well Until she tell what
that citizen lo
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KECPS since too, another enough was
advance oncost, for cauh, all the standard and that, while it pays to the Goieminent thi- making of rail loads opening our harbors anj 1 think it far more probable, that some of the It is not long John Da\i- defeated it with. Here she short.-
Mr.
c- article* in his line Flour ot approved fjiulitie iy-thi''c mili! "S il |3y8 lwo hundred to the livers and fur oilier domestic Or, North.western fien Stales would find it to Massachusetts ( ) agreed sloped '
-. Colk-e! ,. Ta, Ron purposes. the two million bill then pending in the Senate : Run he teacher said-' Very well Ellen what
Sugars
Mam 1'oik,
But
with South.
manufactures indirectly, thereby making the by levying only a I cent I their advantage lo go the
So aI|t, Candles, Lard, and all similar articles-loelher twenty pe.r duty, i by speaking; till the end of the session. d lo5 courting agree with f" Ellen blushed and
whole loss in the first instance vxhich the have been threatened that (he North will
to consumers I Northern t : manufact ircrs Hiuucliuitouslo i we I J '
with Kr-tili 1rii 1'oUtoen
Onions
Nuts have therefore been held down her head.
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!Ui,tns I'l t, AhnoiuiH, anti au (libel itliclejuiuilly two hundred and thirty*thiee million?. Some | iheinrHsthey twtd.-under Mr. Clays I i take jiossessit'ti of the Lower Mississippi. The As Northern gentlemen this mode of resistance such Mlleft don't; know that lliaj

r, found in iutar: otabluhineiiU.Storenev' few;, ailicles are manufactured, here as they can compiutilise billwe should be ,ii"bl j to mists j British tried lhat iu 1815, and found Andrew accustomed to to you agrees
door ubove (;. 1 H.( Alegicniss'.oa Monroe and of he Sout hi. mili-I measures as they tin! t not like, I take it that xxiih ?1"Yeyeyes
e I be eWwhere ; and very large number, nt some twenty-five millions ofdolh rs. Half of Jttcksou ouie I western sirWeif /' ,.
street. would of this kind ofietaliation. ,
,. AptiI4tslc" *, 17 lvla. (the places where they nre made; are cheaper this sum would be t>utfici<:nt for the support of tiameiiln the way. In the thiily-fne years they hardly} complain '. Ellen, why don't that

to Ihit consumer than would! be the foreign our army, navy, and civil government. The that have since passed, those States ha\e become t you parse
word What docs it
? wilh
I GEO. H. BESTWICK, article w hen transported lliere. Il is also Iruc, I tesidue might be devoted lo the making of ali populous and strong, and would doubt- I tell genili'men that it we cannot, in advance agree T\J.

V&ilrulefc! RftailCrorcry I Pmislflii Ucnlrr, however, that in a gieat many cases the consumer such improvements as we are now m want of, less be able to protect their waters from ag set a fair settlement of this question, I Blushing 4k It still more with! mid all the stammering!"Ellen
Tnc Southern States having now should be pleased to see the civil aijdfliplo-! sails- agrees glth sir
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA loses eien more than the whole duty, and especially checkering oqr country over gression. I _
'Irr.r:' ; Cua&itantlV on liand.aiid fur kale at the because he is not only obliged to pay il to the with lail-ro.ids. Subjecting the goods of the a tree population of six inillions, and producing m tic bill, the aiiny ui.d navy bill, and ail
from
3tH ImrvigrntTon Europe lias (alien oft'z
$ -- IuIrtwfur ca.iihL! flip urtidep m manulHCtuier, refund it to the importer, but North to a duty, with those fiom other foreign in succession such soldiers us Washington, oilier appropriations, fail. Wo should iherc- little .

'",'4ait.e'' '"ue*' *"* **** Floar oi l>e,t quaUt ics, Suj-ar, also a profit or per cent, on this duly to each couutiies, would al once give :a powerful tim Juekson, Scott, and I'alor-eed t have no by, make every officer and every expectant i this aulurati: jef the ajrgrcgRte during
&'VJ!I4IftI) "*"'*,Soap.Caudleii, !cui..Kai interested In 1 1 lie past eluren months is much In advance*
di
: fears of of rect ly having I
Lan ., trader through whose hands I he article pasvfr ulus lo our own manufacturer.' We have al. serious foreign aggression. public money
I ftuu WhuVey. atd i1l other ankles titwthly sufficient for I submit ii then ',lr. Chairman, calmly lo done lo the South. It would be fair bcl. ( last ear.-Sincc the first cf January 213G51 ,-
..I. 10 .uuiUr t t4bjhtnent, *. All pen-on* war.l- before it reaches him. In other instances! ready capital the purpose. Hut, justice ''I| ; immigrants hare arfited in New .YrnkISl'G
l'Z to 1irctiae *ry uI I h* a.tt e it ie1e ar redectfuIly the price is intermediate between what il if needed, i it( would come in from abroad. Northern gonllenjen, that they had better ter lo have'llm temporary inconvenience for a

I.g *iivited tu cat! mid price them hetore UDY. would be \vithoul any duty and that which it English capitalists Iwe filled Belgium with make up their miada to give us at once a fair year or two, than lhat.we >houd! see a bloody \ arrited during the coirespondlnj;,
rtl'I ewwbtie.e months of
I r ture tortnrlv would mount to by the addition oi the duly. : laciories. y, jr did this occivrji, Simply ,because cllle lCllt | IHH, qhcat us ,by _a luero, empty it olutfotI. or.something juoise. 1 ioltl.itjube |! ,1819. During Noremlm'rnIy ScvL.

.C&.e.rfterj.t OCcUpied Jerervn by L. & If. Grftrg. Want of accurate knowledge, of all t hi Tact'srcqi'l."rp j>ronsio"> were cleipcrilens: and 'lunn.; without reality, \>\ighe\ 9iImelhi1g! sub..f4tmilal .. !; the duly of etery'Suuibem UcprcscnUiireto ; ,ttrnivd? -S.; ;!

1r. V."J it .) !;' !lo (flMK'terinms pivcl lr'' Jaics lower'loan'in'' K giirtd* Ttt anjc' ftfr tl5 SuOtfi'. W'e r.'t' : ( trj !hvrv de: ;pri" cr'. tl. *L-i cxofou! : ; : .



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EsCract Crora Qtn. Cao' Speech on theo and net" ely (I hot* verted sentiment, mia- !')', sir, I repeat is the contest' worth the even:; charge o rr suggestions with imperlinence. ,- usually gives: a Whig majority from 6 or should be regarded as an act i Ind..-'ntl-. -

WUmot Proviso. :coferl'yanJinsidi- tat r lor MlnefY.ou.h cost ? To place this barren, and, a* I b..lic\'e. Rut all this shall not prevent us from 600 to a thousand for the whigs, has been car. I the Government of the Uuiled Slate nt **
directed it is- of and dominion for free .nJ
N While It U admitted that the ordinance of( i ) moment that }onoltould dom. The dijcu-wiori!of unconstitutional! Proviso on the sUlnte.bobk- i ''commending. to their attention, in. all Jtindaess led by the Democrals. t therefore nugatory and void. .
17t7 VTM "puued Ijtfce old Congress CJflhA properly e-t irnte' his Mseuti: pir'tion hasbelrajed i that a recompense for the wounds that wduld ; addressed 1 Southern t Resolved, TSat should Congress PII
ctIt4eNdQT3 without authority from the t l tieirnmcncvalueutytwr i the secret of be indicted, and tfie feeh'ngs lhat.would be ex'- of feeling, the; warning : Florida Conference.The I law affecting the rights of ihl shn .bt.n1:

:.," j it U contend*), not thai the clause .National: Union to O'1 their souls. In the abstrar c l'd'btl A disaslrois efFects' ito niht.mind. :Whig3 l II y ibis Whig writer frun. Kentucky. Annual 'Conference of the Methodist either in Stale holdinz ?lae.<. ihe Distrct .,
C ihleC'iv and) iiiJvicinal: : they mlirtit that rrt witIouLtheinsst! And l efore it would be Columbia 1 I or of |the| r
hastily condemning
mwicting' debts and engagements" confirm man ran contemplate : serious : nny Territories
h apic9ct'.t; von.hould (.tavery i is an evi! They Episcopal Church, South, for Florida,' met at oft IlleI
f'd it. but thai It *' Had been tacitly confirmed ch" ishac.lialhabilu- disclaim. all participation' apprehension \ The oldest among.us well for them to remember that it even is United Stales the Southern State9 conk'tilnnit ,!
hI it* Adoption afrit present cons:iu'ion: ,and .:, and immovable at. in the introduction! cf it, may live to *ee lheir commencement ; the l lawful lo learn from Madison Court House on Wednesdiy( ihe. Gibn I thereto, with out compromising, tu.j.ftot
the authority given la Congris In iI to ntnkc hchm..t, tl', ifarcuto.t. and castit. all dpo'u the youngest may I live to see their lermin l on.- an enemy. i ianl, arid adjourned on Sunday evening, the rights I under lit I Federal I compact, and dp

needful futo a/id' regulation f>r *lho Terriigry. j ng,Jr.\oirsflf cf tu of think the, and dam I sbouj *..if.our_ Rut old, when pran- For myself I will take part. in no Iuchl tr"rt. Terrible! revrses have befallen the Whig I Oil inst:int. Owing lo sickness in his t'uniBishop grading th"msd'ps-nnd that tLeg WOJij

." I l fw ladium fr i\oar<} poiljr'I : pal\ probed, qt.I"to the_ quick unonif I will minister to no inch leeJiIl ." I will tn- party since the* Presidential contest, in every I/ Andrew was unable to attend, and prefer a dissolution' of the I U nion.rath"rdp, | !

TbtM art tla ,inn, bq ) ateIJ';; r to uhynnen1 ,:UiyIvatrhiru and t'rierity ; Ihcy show at the bottom gage in no such! crusiulo against: the South, Southern State, where elections hive occur- t he Rev. Ira L. Potter chosen President be dependencies upon a Governmenubu b J4"l
Tcilixen i, ; wbovdftVr filling !she office ; (, .t re'r. oJ thir !1'1) pri.'eanx fiom i whatever motives it originates. I will red. In Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, was them subservient to Jhe unscrupulous demand
cf: PweioVnt.pf ihe UnilHI State's'wu laken I' Iior wi'TIUt and vain Iheir. endeavor discharge my duty as an American I I iy the Conference, who presided with dignity and requisitions t f a heedless majority, *
i : condition masterdom. .N orth Carolina Alabama inga,
1. very Georgia Mississippi
0'1111 the.mI&t of hIs tailor, as.(he ancient Iv hatiive" mayeVen "ult'enancn 8'Jilt senator, to the couhlry and to the whole country and satisfaction. On Saturday evening, the enced t by the worst spirit of fanaticism; and
.The agreeably to the convictions of own 1, and Louisiana, there has been a great fallIng who utferly disregard the
warriors fell, with their harness npim "theni.Ii :suspicion Impression produced my \nniversary of the Missionary Society was sacred bchesUof
)h.ai been long known that he kept'a diary can, in any event be a. upon my mind by duty and of the obligations of the constitution? ; i off in the Whig vote. Why is this ? Can b teld. Dr. Wighlman, senior editor of the the Constitution they are sworn to suPPOrt
I IcpiIng and indiznint- of thi discussion
; progress and when I do this I shall and observe.
tunlonC1
cannot cease (to
and friends of
events a portion ofihij record our Whig give no explanation the
l i that the bar-
v Ihelir.t ? Christian Advocate ,
frowning upon was and addressd
()daily occurrences ban been recently! Itk'n'fr d\vin. of every attempt 2iti bttwetn freedom! have any duly hereto perform. My'senti-' fact, 7 Are none of them sufficiently clear present, Resolved, further That the question as fa ,
rn tlm depository, where it had better, .bt en to alirnnte any porI ion of andlarery,contained in rncnts upon the Wilmot Proviso are now be. discern the of the the meeting in a speech happily adapted to : whether slavery shall rust in California aed
shield! by lime and dtAst 1, than exposed to our Country t" 'lt the ret, the constitution of t'lt l fore the Senate, and! will soon b. before my sighted to signs times 7- he occasion, both in manner and matter. New Mexico, is a proper subject to be settled .1 j
the or t to enfeeble the sacred lfltto Stutet. i.; mar constituents and ,lh" Co,1: I am precluded Th.- writer, from whom we have above quo- the Territories after
by
light oi'day by a member of his farnilr.n" .- '". which now link toIherlhe rally and politieally: vi. ry. Something like 8250 were contributed by the they btcotno sov.ereign J
often has the ine.-riory of distinguished '.1 vat i'u4 part" iiicvnsisttnt teilh limn f voting in conformity with them. I hava tad, explains the enigma, as regards Kentucky. On States. !
m neeting. Sunday evening the .
fJu. appoint.nen'.s
men been injured by he zeal of indiseieetfriends FiII I hi* you )have every principle ii/inn irhichalone h been instructed by the I legislature Michigan The New York Tribune and other Northern
who, instead of going, backward; wiih i inducement cf ympatl vvr Ifrvou. cant t In vote ill tavnr: of this measure. I am a be. of the Preachers for the ensuing year The difference between the Two. 1
prints have since solved the
ft garment to rover them, reveal their infinni. and i interest. Citizens by >e justtfifJ ; trim and l liever in the right of instruction, when fairly long mystery as I ere read out by the President, as follows : The North' American attempts lo show (.. t
birth or choice ot a cmnpjirr.t.iee, by rretiszg all the Stltes above mentioned. The
respects
exercised and under : difference between "
ties to ihf curiosity of the world] 1 This revelation proper ciicutmtances. non-intervention" d.vocated .-
ta <
lon (o'uitrv. that coim- the CsaiIZs of .ilacriy, bypledging 'I .tLL.ItAS5EK DISTRICT-Ira L. Poller, P. E.
will add nothing to the claims (iud try has a nht t', con- the faith of There are !limitations upon this exercise ; but explanation is manifl'st aa light at noon day. by Gen. CAM and as recommended b7

they arc many: ) which' the deceased: statesman: c eat rate. your aflectioaj.: freedom to maintain and I need not seek to ascertain iheir client .r The leaders of the Southern Whigs have: been Tallahassee-George. Pratt. Gen. Taylor as follows .
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bad to thn consideration of his countryman, Thp winch name ut1merican, peipeluate the tyrainiy application, for they do not concern my.present supposed to be less thoroughgoing in their hostility Quincy! -Franklin Stewart.' 44 : '
belong to in and Our Locofbco bo
aflhc
founded you matter; gross position. I the ; Leon Circuit (Whig should bare said.
his services; his talents bis acknowledge obligation -Alexander Graham.
,
upon acquirements your natit nat capacity unequal inipolit to abolitionism in its various forms
/ all than Eds. F. & J.) contemporaries commit
and unimpe.iched d ).- m\ t ahva.M exalt the te, by admitting; that of the instructions I have: received, and cannot 'adsden' Circuit-James H. M. Gardner. a grg&t
throng prejudices, not to say bitter ones, and j ju't piidft of patriotism slaris are at o'lrt enemies h net in opposition to (hem. Nor can .I act i is demanded by the exigencies of tho times.- l\\VakuIla John i error in claiming that Gon. Taylor, in thetsrecommendations
' temperament nt often iI1.r( ubted and always more u than any appella to be kept in sub* i in opposition to my own convictions of ihe true We need not say whether this impression was Penny..1IonliccloGeorge I has fallen back upon the
lion derived 'from local jection, proptrty tit be ofthe constitution. When C. Clarko. j platform of the Nicholson letter, or borrowed'Gen.
excitable meaning ,'he time disseminated
too frequently interfered, especially ,1i iscrimination With cured fIr tored jioifli |justly. or not.
r Cass; thunder. To do that it is
when men and measures wen closely con "htht shadeo of ditlerence their owners, and per h'C 8, and lam required lo vote upon (his What we wish to ask is, do .the Whig leaders Thomalrillc-William Choice, I that the President should ne'ces.
nected, with that: caIrn investigation so erst'lI you have the same son not lo be ripie8ntetuiunminershabiti measure, as a practical one, in a bill providing I! HlaMy-S. G. Childs. sary recommend Ihs.I
tll.to tIi,- exorcise of a conect judgment. r ". (d thcimelees, but for for a territorial government, I shall know how of Florida; intend 'lo pursue the course and I organization .of California and New .Mexico,
This recnrdnfbi, and political principles., whom their inasUn are t lo reconcile my duty lo the legislature with occupy the position which has proved so disastrous : Albany Circuit.-W. C. Braddy. ,, i into Territories, without: the Wilmot Proviso
contemporaneous feeling sAnd You have in a common piieilegttl with aC.1U"t Circuit J. : annexed which would be
Bainbridge M. N.
neatly IAOWP.Leon equivalent
opinions exhibits these t trails character j fought and I triumphed double that vfrcprtscn* my duty to myself; by surrendering a trust I lo the parly in other Southern States i.. ; to the
in bold: relief: and i is, indeed, a melancholy l tncHher ; the in tat ion. TIt t consequence can no longer lillfil.I 'The purpose of (heir organ too evidently is to : Colored Mission -.O. B. Slandl.! ) virtual permission of slavery.: Gen. Taylor
recommend1 territorial bills
and I has been, that this South Gadsden-J.. no with or with
ttpcndntt Carlton.
that ibrla
;intellect be -
proof
a vigorous may overshadowed scrt place the Whig and the State of Florida the Proviso his is his
>ou possoin are the work repretentation has gon- I party .. out ; plan men plan ; and
by strange abberrations, and rendered tf joint counsels and joint UIt11 the l'liOr. Jen-! Eljc JTloriMan & Journal. i in the rear of the great movements now being Spring Creek Colored.1Iis.ion-X. Connor. whatever may: be said or supposed as to his
useless, and' sometimes dangerous, by efforts-of common (13fljatnin, portioned 1 above I Little Rirer .lIi.rs.iollI.. Bedell. personal wishes in themaller.iti is
-- - a
wayward views, originating in passing: impression ;. gnrs, sutrrings, and suc- his brethren, has ravened --- i made for the protection of the Soulll.I .- plantfic'i
R. B. HILTON I & C. I / looks, a.* by an inevitable
*, and maintained with charactetisiictenacity c esse. ns a wolf; in the tnorn- E. DYKE, Elsewhere, Whigs and Democrats are united : :wxAXsviLtc DISTRICT-\V. W. Griffin, necessity, to J
the erection the late .
in; he has devoured the EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. n of tm Mexican Procin
rJladisoll:.
and with little respect for the opin.iunsofothers. prey, and at niclit he has --- -- -- -- -- i in opposition to the admission of California.The .. i ess into f tee States of the American Union." ;
--
divided the !. -- Circuit-Sam ut'I \\ .
spot whig is ; of her QodlmrJ.lllllnilfOI"
In this diary, the compromise by which the .It would be no ditli- Saturday, February 16, 1850. organ favor admission. The Albany Keening Journal uses the IbU
T. N. Gardner
T.
--------- Elsewhere Taylor.
-- and !Democrats
cnnttiliiiionvas established, und without cult maier to prn', by -- - Whigs rival each l lowing language :

which it could never have been established, is the reviewing Union the under histOY this of CU'CTO--Tallahassee, Ftb. 1C.-Ranges other in the zeal with which they enter into Columb.ia" J. J. Sealey. At this crisis, in view of his high re-pnr>.

denounced as the 11\I: ain between freedom constitution, that almost from 10J to J 11 J $-principal sales lie. Sea t ihe plan of a Soulhern: Convention. The Key West-James- Peeler. sibilitics, the President stretches forth his Ex.

and slavery." and] it ;is pronounced "morrally rvcnthing, which hascolt'rihut Island H> lo 21c.CO" Whig organ is opposed to that Convention. Xeicnansville Circuit-J. M. I le ndry. ecutive arm in defence of the Union. lIe \.

nnd politicallyiri..>Ll4," with various harsh d to the honcr -- ---- And here Marion Circuit-Jolm, C. Ley. ;peals, through Congres to the people ffo
cpilln-tg It lid illogical deductions J I little creditable and welfait-ofthe. nation, Cc.'r-::: There will be Divint Service in the [ we may, parenthetically. admonish South Madison f iirt points out a sure way through the dangers
Mission R.
hat been accomplishedin the ; II Howren.Benlon .
t that he
to judgment ofthe xvu'ier at anytime, despite of them, or McliKxlist Church to.morrow at the usual organist discusses these matters t hat beset Ul, and then [pledges the support of
at least at I al at that lime, considering the position f.rct.J upon them, and hours. quite too flippantly. Such a style may seem .1Iisslo/l-To be supplied.} t the overnrnenllJf'h in preserving tjie U.1 olI

in Govenirm-nl he 1 then orrupied, that ever\thing u-ijnopi-: wej) pleasing to him but it will be far from I lIill& oro' lli&SOII-J. R. CorJior. and in defence of the free in'tittitiom which
and the claims ho had Mill t ions and di.hopnrahheiflCUdiflg Santa Fee A. W. Harris. and New Mexico
acknowcdged to the blunders We are under obligation fo Messrs. satisf.ictory 'lo those who feel that their lives, California' will eslaUuh.

higher distinction. and lolli9 of' their ad. Yulee, Cabell and Morton far several public families, kindred friends, character, ST. MAUY'S DISTRICT-S. P. Richardson, P. The President's pla'form guaranties ihs
This condemnation of tho constitution as verai4. niav. be traced properly free'lom of every foot of soil obtained from
morrally vicious, is left upon record by a to them." documents. It is not our fault that we are notice! homes-all that they hold dear, are in. K. M lico, and h"l, too, b."t the most direct, quiet,

ah\tFmU who l sought and enjoyed the confi. He is unworthy of ihn name American, not under much heavier obligations. in this respect. volvcd in the isMies. Ytrluin sal ,'lClpiellti us. St. Mary's-Jesss Valentine. and acceptable means-the action of the people

dence of his country in many stations of high I who does not f.-el at h s heart's core the differ. I For the rest, his pertness shall not cause us Brunswick Circui!-.\. Peeler, W. M. Ken- in that Territory.
honor and between ____ ___ ___ '. The President's: J .
the l will be vio.lently
:tIlfhihilit\-in more, ild"I'd, ence loy patriotism and noblu to waver for an instant! in our determination nedy. suggestion
pethaps, than al..Ih'r) 1:1 of tho past ien.cration tiMitimi'iits, of one of these documents and Lirvu no !-We cal the attention of our' opposed by the ultras: of the South, and
-i; Talbot Mission ?.
Pelly.
all -
t to
: ; whose services commenced about but I xvil! not s-ay what the occasion would) jus.lify. readers to a sale! valuable lands advertised arouse parties in this state' to a proper for the obvious reason thai it inevitably ex*-

the commencement) oftbe present Government; ,, I will only; say, and that is enough, the I in to. sensa of the danger which threatens all.] Ilelhd (;. A. Mail (te. eludes slavery from the whole of our Mexican
\'S paper.
and continued: almost uitnont intermission until otirf --, for it ;Is another. Again we ask our whig friends, what Black Creek Mission-J. L. Jerry. a qui.\!i01lS."
-------
hi* career was tcrminarc'c by death. AI .Bf1tilni11 l portioned/ ubocc his brethren,, i ii SOUTHERN CONVENTION course do they intend to pursue ? Something Jacksonville and Mandarin Mission-K. 1. Another paper says non-ujlervenlfon"; '; as

the very time he this opinion of i has rarencd as a wolf; in the morning he has I The citizens of(Gad den should be done to place our state in line with T. Blake.Waresborough. advocated by Gen. Cas was slavery, as ado.. I
the cfn"litu nn. he '."al the second officer of the and at flight he has di undersigned county .
prey
the F.xecuiivc DepurtmtMit tifihe Government,, I'dlt'lrec spoils." So much for Scripture andrioirn. I t believing it to I be right! and proper that t the other Southern: Stales. Something will Mission-R. S. Tucker. caled by Gen. Taylor is freedom. |

Rud ht'cdmt cie long, the fn bt : and in each I I p:, ; When t Iranlsated ;into plain ISngliili i' Florida, injustice to herself and also lo her be done ; either with the aid of the Whig leaders : Hohnescille Circuit--J. P. Richardson. The Columbus Times remarks :

of these capacities I, us ;in ninny: )' a proccding this means I that (the South has fitllened Southern Sister States, who have recommended or without it, or in opposition lo their Irwin John Slade.Sallilla *' Some Whigs are actually gratified to find

one, be voluntary assumed, wider.' the mo>t upon the Xoilh, as ihe wolf is gorged with his I I Southern Convenlioa to lie held in ef Jrls."Pc again, and again, repeal that we Mission-J. J. Richards. ., that the Southern President is ns sound as the
a
%01(01 sanction; the obligation: to support I this prey 1 Lest t the apolog'jc should 'lotlP Miffi. seek Rev. P. P. Smith for Northern defeated candidate."
I! no political partisan' advantage out of was appointed agent
constitiilioi), thus stamped with' the charge of l I chilly clearvc arc told that almost ( NashvilleTennessee! in June lexl, should be We make the following quotation fromjlba
moral and jtvlilical rice. I t.ike no pleasurein which has every in said Convention therefore the relation of ihe Democratic party to the Fletcher Institute, and Rev. R. H. Luckey,
lung contributed to the hwior and! j represented re-
article in the Times and it the
the (exprefc ifH of t these! ,'i w8. nut the I the welfare ofthe 7afiO has been accomplish. II I IcJ I commend to their fdlow-cilizets to meot will; question' of Slavery. We only desire the principal: of the Fenmle Department of the commend to

document has been ;jivei i : to the country, and,, by Ike Xo'h in despite! oftc South ; and! ': them in their primary Capacity in Quincy! on harmonious and hearty co-operation of all same flOll.isbing Institution. careful consideration of our readers :

regret it ES "i' ma: }' and must r, it has alreadlypassed that every thing nnpropilioiu and dishonorable,, men of all parties : Union heart and hand, Revs. J). P. Smith, E. L. T. Blake, and S. The effect Gen. Taylor's* plan" i is stated'
into' iiistoiy ; and, like all t the other'' including the blunders (,follies .iheir adversaries Saturday the 23rd day of Fejruary, instant', truly! enough-it is to exclude! the South from
materials which hi"lury i is composed, it can- may be traced lo the Soulk.And fur the purpose carrying out the said object. shoulder to thoulder! if need be, that we may P. Richardson were elected Delegates to the all participation inor enjoyment of California.But : .

rot escope the scrutiny ', nor will escape the this joilgme.nt is pronounced upon ihc A. J. Forma, J. Sniih. Jr., bear the burthens alike, in common trials- General Conference, which meets at St. Louis is it true that Gen. Cassand Gen. Tay.lor .

censure, of an *ge like this. Nor should! it.- land: of Patrick. Henry, and JCf'fH and I Henry Gee, J. A. McMillan, and share the rewards alike, of a common some time in the course ofthe comng: spring. b occupy the same grouud ? Is there no difference

lu tone of moral sentiment is bad. The doctrine Laurcns, and Hutle g. and :td .Ma. Joseph Austin, B. C West', deliverance.! fhe great majority of our peo. Re,'. W. W. Griffin reserve delegate. between '.* non-actiot1 by Congressand

and the example arc bad.: That theconstitution non, anti ? Madison, and Marshall, and Monroe C. II. DuPont', Thos.iS. Potts, pie are ready to forget party names. Those The next Conference is to be held at Tho- most ac//re"action" U}* the ,d.rnnistrationo .
: i is a \'icuIS insiunicnt, is an npin- and Jackson, and-above all and beyond I W 10. II. Mitchell I J no. S. Mills, t precipitate an embryo pppulaiion, qs a fret
ion, it seems to me, no right.miiuK-d Anicrican all-of Washington ; and upon the of a L S. B. Stephens, n.) H. Mnllins, who go forward with the energy which the m:1s'iIe.The State into the Union ; nt.ltb.e" ncn-in.terven-

can hold. Thnl its honors and emolumcnts host of other statesmen and warrior, as true W. T. Stockton, 'I'hos. II. Hodgkiss, t times demand, they will cheer with the plaudit Admission of California. t lion" of Gen. Cass which, vrKile it leepa the

ma}' be sought anJ enjoyed, and its and tiied as in field or cabhet ever maintain Isaac R. Harris, J. A. I5izz :ll, -icell done! Upon the laggards in the To show what is thought of the admission hands of Congress off p.resqppwes that (ho ,

obligations assumed by him who consil'r i'i ed the honor of their country in limes as perilous A. K. Allison, Thos. Monroe, movement, the hike warm, the filso hearted: California under the anomalous circumstances territory will go th.rp.i'gh a regular course of '
liablo to this grate censure, is certainly not ,i 3 any country! ever encountered and I H. Gibson, Hudson Muse, t territorial pUH lagf", and at the proper time,
reconcilable with any elevated standard d imorality survived. A. M. Harris, R. K. Shaw, they will pronounce the severest condemna. in which her application is made, out of with a p.ruper population, and after the territory .

: nor is the opinion or the example And yet almost all (.f good that has been I P. W. White, Wm. Nunroe, tion. Florida, and by Whjgs, we quote thz Resolu- "lia* been reduced 'lo the possession of its

by which position, ; held under such: circum- gained h I '' our country has been gained by the R. F Jones, Wni. E. Kilcrease,. We conclude, by again referring our friends l ious adopted at the Convention of \\7itgs, in l lawful owners, the people! ol all the States,

glances calculated to produce a salutary imprecson Ninth, in de : upon the American youth. I am sorry South has l.roughtlpon us all our Hmfbitune., Jno. God'ireD.. L. While, In what hare written t these people, that then it shall form itself into'
.VR
lu say there arc other positions of this re.Busltated and upon their adversaries all their blunders J. T. Segur, Robcrlui King.It so hastily we are to nominate a successor to Thomas But. a Stale, and have the right la decide the slavery .
not sure thai we have intimated, much less expressed I for itself This is what .
paper equally obnoxious to the cen. and follies I I suppose ,this word er King : question we un.lersland

lure of patriotism and of good taste. How I ries," in the \\'ocalJI\ Mr. alersa., means is seldom that the thoughts which we designed loconvey. Whereas, It has been ascertained, through t by non-iaU'rvention" and although
different are its lone and I temper fiorn that u the other poitions I oftl Union. : we enjoy the gratificationwhich That extract will certainly furnish t he public prints, that those claiming to be Gen. Cass has not spoken with reference to
of true wisdom and the Now sir I far" we 'feel in publishing ihe foregoing the particular condition of California, we apprehend .
legacy PatritiIi going 'lo meet out to the food for refl ction. citizens California have met in Conventionand
Farewell Aidrc5s-a monument' of high moral various regions of I his Ilr.ul land the share of I "Call." It answers in part, and most, satis- adopt d a Constitution, with a view of applying this in I.is iuterpretatiou of his docrine. .

and political feeling, and affectionate inteiefct I. each in the wonderful career in all the CJ. fictorily] as concerns the County of Gadsden, Congress. for admission into the Union as one of t And it is an important point to which

as well as practical wisdom, such as merits of power and prosper into which we (he question \\ hieh we have propounded in an I Tho Wilmot Proviso was twice voted down the States of this confederacy ; and, whereas, the Southern people and press should be al-
no other citizen ever bequeathed to his coun have entered, and have, indeed, far advanced I in the House of Represen'atives! on the -1thinst. said Constitution prohibits slavery in said t racted. For, as it is more important to bo

trymen. \ The glory belongs equally to al, and] all have: i aiticle written before we had received this The first vote was taken upon the resolution contemplated State ; and, whereas, tho Terri- right than to agree with any Statesman how.
Thc one appeals to the better feelings ofour equally clllrilml'd to obtain And still lesswil notice. A friend writes, }ou may expect t ories of California and New Mexico are the ever exalted and patriotic, we feel bound tQ
\lr. the
of Root committee
nature-to the common ** narn* of Ameri i. I undertake seriously to refute a proposi. I to lit-ar in due time, a glorious! report upon instructing common property of the United States, in say that we should be obliged to disagree with

can"-and bids ns hoid on to the unity of f I lion which, i iflhe refutation: is not in the heart t I, this all absorbing question from old Gadsden. on territories to forthwith report territorial I which. ihe citizens of each Slate have an eqQal Q Jen pass, ,if his doctrine ofnon intervention i

Covern.iient which, constitutes! us mie people! ," I of an Americm, lie is faithless to the common The f fiom indications will lie: bills for California, New Mexico, Deseret right and interest in common \with each other; does not bear our interpretation. The terri-
meeting
by all the motive! that belong to the put and deeds of the past, and lo the common hopes of present &c., with the Wilmot Proviso in them. This and, whereas, members Congress from the ory of California does not belong to tha
a rOu t'r. I am patticulaily: anxious that handful people who have squatted it,
the present-to common exertions crowned the future.I laid the table 103 to 79 non-slaveholding States have exhibited a upon
was on nays
with success, and to common hopes as bii hlas I arn no pan( nisl ofthe South. It needs you should puMish' with the call, the names yeas reckless disregard of the rights of ;the South, and presumed tq erect themselves into an organized .
: Giddings then disguised the dose in the following
of
in the of God I Northern of the &ub it and have manifested, settled determination political $tate- -the government
providence were ever oftr. none. am a man by biilh, a'lIfr "crihers, as may have a salutary 4
cd tc any people. I warns us also ( e \\ : man by the h"ill, and associations influence in rebuking the charge that wu are resolutions, but it would not go down : to restrict and lim.it slavery by the passage ofthe the United States have never yet reduced it to j

mischief of ecclional prejudices, and of the of half a century ; but I am an American, divided this Resolved, That we hold these truths to beselfevident Wilmot Proviso, a submission to which possession, or extended jurisdiction over it;
danger sectional questions, which ., lend lo above all. I love (the land of my forefather*. on ( suKject. Among the subscribers that all men are created equal ; would degrade every freeman of the South, except by military rule and a single revenue,

render alien to each other I hose who ought to I rl\'er the memory of the Pilgrims for all] will be found the names of leading. r I hilt they are endowed by their i Creator' with and which, if acquiesced in, would destroy L law. The( terrrjtqry no more belongs to tho

be bound together by fraternal affection.- they did and suffered in the great cause of human I. Whigs and Democrats." The right !.pjnit. unalienable rights to life and liberty ; and I Ihe equality of the States all- oeoplo of the hordes of adventurers who have suddenly

And that voice, which now comes to us from rights, political and religious. At d: I Jam Whigs and Democrats all united in behalf ofa Governments are constituted among men lo Uuiiou. lighted upon, it, than it does to us, the writer, .
"
the tomb, fcbould rpcak in trumpet tones t cv. proud of that monument which liar and( cause in which all are equally ;interested: secure these rights. I Be it Resolved, That (this U no lime for the and you the reader, who have never been i
fry American bcuit, when it calls upon us to: labor have built up lo their memory-ihe in I. Resolved, That in constituting Governments South to dally, That our opposition to the there. It belongs to the people of the United ''
The South feels the she
froicn indigfant I the first downing of dilutions ofXt.EIlaudmprnlrid: ofdc. obligationihirh I in any Territory of ihe United Slates, it is the Wilmnt Proviso should be bold, firm and tin- States, and iflhe California squatters have an.

cvcryaltcin.pt t nl'eOll portion of ouf country I. parted worth as noble and enduring as (he owes to Clingman and other whig for the duly of Congress to secure the people! thereof; compromising ; and should our Northern I inherent right, under existing circumstances

from the rest, or la weaken tit t'aria ties world has ever witnessed, glorious and inde.fclnictible. position which they have so boldly taken in of whatsoever complexion! in the enjoyment brclhern force upon the necessity by interfering to make a State of that vast country and bring

vhich now bind tvgeth the various, ]Jarll. Hut, while I feel thus, I should de.npig Congress. The same position is occupioij by of tho rights aforesaid thus with Southern rights, the entire U inlo the Union they have an equal right to

Tho other will not speak of it myself if any narrow prejudices or in I- the Southern Democratic members of lhatbody. These resolutions were laid en the table by South, disregarding all other political! differ declare their separ Great ite independence or annextltcrIiSClvcs I
&il I might well do. Better thai had II'CII temperate passions should blind my yes_ lo Vd ences, with one mind, one heart, and one to Britain, France or Russiii -
i .-Let them all be sustained .by the united of We have nltIJo list of and ihns rob the ofthe United-!
a vole 101 lo 89. : I I people :
the ancient records and of other voice havo
like the
entombed, Egyptian inlelenc'e patriotism tf'Cp with; alllht.y> should be ready to
(ill its )language wab lost than hnve been thus lions our uniltd country ; lo (heir glorious voice of their Whig and Democratic con yeas and nays on ihe first vote. It doubtless protect, defend, and maintain Iheir rights States! fJi"tla.ir imj-nificent Pacific domain.

exposed to ihfl light of day. \'i,1Icc i in deed, to their Jolly sentiment, I,,their high stituents. contains a considerable} number of Northern that where there U no equality there i is 1:0Unioi The RIl 1lUU'" Tariff.-The Lawrenc'lMa

contact, and that willact in few names, and t lo those sacred :<"pirat ions Coil Whigs and Democrats, who voted with ihrSouth. ; }-and whilst! a dissolution of this Union ( .".) Courier (Whig protectionist) says : !

passages from the Flrt"wtl Address ''1111100 mon to them and lo us, (o the perpetuity) :wc Kentucky-Southern Whigs. We have analyzed the vole on Gill.diu"S' I- would be regretted and deplored! us a great If industry really does bring its rcwr.rd, J
the Diary of Mr. AduIt and close this ungrateful prosperity of this! great c'Mifl'deration, whic The Washington Republic contains a :letter national calamity by every patriot, 8tilllluon! the reward of the Bay State Mills (woollen
uith few rern'trks to the lo thn from Kentucky from which make the fo!. resolutions, as \vcll as we are able to i is valuable! and dear fur the
topic a : belong past, present, aUltu 111 we o only to uj justice manufactory.) in Lawrence must be rich enough I
rXKCWEU ADDREIi. MR. ADAMt'f TIARY. future ; and uhovc feelings and opinions; are :.owing extract ; do it by the aid of (he classification in the and equality which the Constitution, which I lo satisfy the most eager and enthusiastic .

,The unity of govern- .The progress till is brought here and reflected} here l II y a reprebentalLn Both parlies in this Stale ara united in the Whig Almanac' : and find voting with the binds us together, guarantees to the citizens S. of the millions. For eeveral montha j

mcnt, which constitutes! dicu'ion ha no totally l in I this ha'.l: and (I the other "hicl resolution to Bland by the Snutlj !in the protec-: South seventaet Northern Democrats and of each aijd every Staia ; and in the event of I past two sets of hand have been employed

you one people. i is al; mrrgi-din passion all the now ocupi., and has always occupied lion of their prClperr'rll friee StateJTriBe'dnot six Whigs. the consummation of such threatened aggres and the works have been kept moving night

ju&ttyso nww dear loril to "111.i tnin il Xltr rei'lning.>' e jiUveholdrr, facultie*thai of a position as ,hat held by any other Plriou L)_ look to Kentucky as they have! done 1 In -_- _ _, sion, it would be the imperative duty of the and day." ,

pillar in; .the edifice i. #1 ihwe pfnljfpifn in thl. thA Union' -- eiitati4 I i ,'whicb'ifoe'fi honor lime past, for any countenance to I ibelrchvsxt Election in Georgia. Southern peoplo to declare, in sqfcmn Con This is the place where the same work !is ;
I I" ffM'ur country in all that is of woith ru man, the- vention, that Ibey disavow any and every alliancb dona for four which ia- !
hea S If cents,
Yfr tl.ndtI"N'n( lmphtltrd tlllr or op Mi aggressions on slavery. .Whigsof : We have had the pleasure grasping thn by machinery
the fUpK) ( tran. Jn d loin .3 C ) }? I inlo. and digniiy to fiuman natuiel: r or union with such States as deny to Scotland -
., (pre i he North count up"ij I\Clltu'k"al1l Whin costs twenty-two cents' per yarJ.Deltn.
hand of old friend and co-laborar Cot I.3ility
our
quil'Y: at homo, your .tlUrir : "j'o.djui'peate :: 4 C .* state. they muvt givit such dt'll"i"m, us an equal participation in 'the enjoyment ol, .
LIII
,?altfoaif J-i>ur jirr.: 4f.perit"f* "y ftjfefy jtreni.ir aware or*; jtithtp1 f OUI TheVilmol! Proviso i is uigeJ upon I the less they will repudiate up all connexionith tin'abolitionists. of the Gcorg'; (now on a visit I Ic of the Territories of California and New -
Ol.-.O
o( ibat'vw U''rrty wjiirh d :nrJnwistpjKYjIY roiit.d of its "1 p'-lli'nl'}'. I Il t is opposed upon I i You har-r. W lltSIlr.Iu majority Tallahassee,)) in wurni co-vjraUihtions! : over Mexico.hcsolved. Lola Monies, that masculine I female, who

you *, highly jmzebut .- .thaltll"t the' giound of it* iincoiislitutiomlily. Those of? Democrats Li our Conrtnlivn out the rokitlt.of the late election in Savannah and further That we recognise no has male so much noUe in Eurpe. upset ona .f
groxing
I it i. e Iyt..I"r who urge t nny I of the sieve question. The Democrats? occupy
arc old Chatham. Jackenr the democratic
from ) : cau- whkh iei'Ciiij I can .
that, d"tr. lit.t forlorn condition and furious
in most :
( rf'iurient !fl' landquatph : fcliow .unit the J ml'a"un 5 I. danger- sound on tlic slavery aufKtion in this SWe, California and New Mexico; to form a Con- accounts a
and
ram pcwrr dt1)flrp I '
.n.fiilcM in its '.uh. Thosewbw dilate to tjpply (he vacancy occasioned by liii.ui! and invest themselves with State, mood. Her lover-the youthful' Ile.aM! ,
mut' painnil!! n.nkc. all nci'dfuj rule r* out in i'M'lf or I't and a majority of thy Whigs are also, as Jbelifce a
rliTnrti' aiH the resignation of Mr. Kixg, has in that! that has ufier having mad several uccesf.ii: efforts
be maiy -gulatio.i r".I'Nt.: >pp' se. it cjnnot hAn6Il.tcir convictionsof sound ; but there ire -nany tc/w incline.t county I. sovereignty- inasmuch as Congress .
cm&oe4.| to tten in 1ng,the Il'rl"t: Jnd 1.lth right' and that portion of I ihe Union which to Xortluvn/ anil-slavery! affinities, which i if a majority of 402 over his compel, itor--a established no rules or regulations' respecting at escape, succeeded on ChrUtmas day in giving

y.rtir ,tnirtd lui the!| ;coarir-ait hi:* Stale rr .r'ptr.y*,| had o rtflCn''IO Lut'dtionfhi4 C'Hi&idej* itself peculiarly fleeted by it will fastener upon the Whig party, trill ruin it." gain of-100 votes since the last Congressional such Territory, they arc not clothed with such httr the dodge. They were ;in Spain..
its nUll! power-that in the abssnce of law lo She pursued him :and sent forth various agent'after
in it onla* a ronauihrritv not cUugo tl-c clJn\'ictionthat feelings any as

la'd
J your political Our friends will hank cJ clion11 the
1. of
Whig ( us for no advice counties: (he District have all Heard had secreted l
him. But
ii vain.
f..rlrrtJ against (erred ; tofernal interests will be sacrificed violation of ihe citizenship, defining the qualification of voters I, :
.bich the batet ie. uusn. make iulf r* binditifcupi: on great compact which makes us one politicaltxmtly. : of ours. They doubtless .r"ellhat, they, I not been heard from, but enough is known to or the eligibility of those chosen to give form himself an JSnglish 3tcnm ,-nnJed haaarnl. !:

Ind external enccw. its.inhibitanti.Lc.! all: need no admonitions ut ourhandThey ftn.v- I awaken strong l Impcs that this District, which to, and citaMhl, a Constitution, such an act 1 safely in Lo ndvn. *e. .
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03 President Taylor. i; suHicicut to proclaim his sentiments imc, [roa THE ru>Rii>iAN I. JUUIINAL.MIBsRs. less notorinus a personage than Hun. Win.H. iny condilinn, by Ihe sdvc; oji frk n
(41y, and commend to the ata under the prrsure ofthe expressed will of his Hurrous : Reward birmelf. use ol Corbftl' SarmpariUa. ORlNCIPALof the Fvraale Department of FletcfepJL
After 'Jflbttl ix bottleI 5r ridtbetonc of
jUU en4er boau'iful extract fiom constituents, rote fur a measure which ho The organization of ihe Democratic. party The administration despair being able .-tooach l ufa t being fwrorerf, the irritation( m mx r.y Institute, will be prepared ladies by with 6rst of April end to
Kcomfr.o4l.te genteel
: n4ar jw-ech tin* Wilriv't; Pmj.oi..t disapproves. But he does not even to that extent of Florida is an object lo be desired by everyone longer to conceal in hand entirely! ixiih refer. Lung s 4nbdueationof comfort hle b'thirty,ard. at ycuna$!iQ.pt.n4flth.; IivhtJpd
laC( who feels interest in its cncs to the slavery question, U preparing to the bowel*wholly dupelirJ. To Corbeti's Saraparilla -
incioded. fits bouM
rsd-fWjnt-Kor
Gen. \ his any success, or **hinj ;yei,
\\i\t i compromise principles and devotion do I alone attribute tbe* care* ; as rt-jec
trhcrnvi endorse this of
appreciates its principles. Clay scheme, ia the hope thus l ldie only, sail tit tbeisttrttttbWi'4te4.
t1O ur.oti thi suhj-ff. flf f dw 'late j to th roiisi'rutioi.: lie announces his deter Unity of is ineffective without destroying the rapidly accumulating strength tin; all other medicines, on tkn only bif I relied to his care, will b* Krictfr xutrded. '
ihe purpose concert I leas ne this many manner jou Jeetn best fur UI- *F br .
cstdiktc: ofthe Democratic parrrin" minutiun to resign his seat, \vhenever the of action, and it is only by interchange of of Messrs. Toombs, Stephens & Co., in the feting Lutnuuty, and believe de, irr,16, W. :*

rbi',, l-w election, xvc believed th.itin question comes to a vote. That contingcnrj senlimcr.t and comparison of views, thai harmony Uoute and Senate. Tht y started tbeir ball BENJAMIN JONES KOBERTS.
: |- > can either be restored. on tb first day's voting for Speaker, being Suffolk,u. ) -
,rji'i'CtKo: caim'of. > I .s, ? I:?
o then lyiTm twelve fifteen
v There have been votes already or
no elections of strong, the ib
Then before -
We greater prrtonaMy appeared rne >vs :
.
ht xxvll confide.xv.i .- thus into retirement he will 4il1 forM'4' ,r
ube ch''ib Union nii probably gljllIB importance than those ofthe ensuing political isAj'ijff f.lhe House, and all she southern named R nj.J. Rmmbert., ,odicknuwledgeJ the above .

dofoa.rd-but, wlwrqiif events have followed by denunciation and misreprescn. campiign. A Representative in Congress it whig Senators except Clay, John Bell, and to be true, and hi* tree sri* and drtd. cheeaupArmalda.4FsannArsd.. tLW a '' ,e

e ir confirmed our confidence and justified our ation of those t unjust or too deeply prejudiced to bo elected and the first Legislature under Badger, who; stand ready to sustain their pos;. BENJ.H.Brfore tie CURItI. ER. Re1pe41- ;; &oIt. ii ugi'ts FIjry, fii

L)&' the the biennial am to be. Upon this lions, i 'o arrest thu incrcasp.of this growing tanin4.gtrfia; :
ye, bo wa defeated, pailly by judgo him fairly-but he will system Justice of th? Peace.J"EDWD. : ( t1e aaUIaeti
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r carry Legislature depend the election of a Senator independent party, the administration cornea s: BUINLEY& cu.. soi Proprietors o
wo.k and with Reuben '
X Florida aiding in the with him the approbation of a good conscience out in jibe and National For ,ale them in and by their Scuttoesflhe.qn6intes4eijta.
: in Congress, and above all, of the Judiciary Republic, Intelligenc by any quantity appointed oat l be 1111.t to the ordiaiVj-prpeeuibrCoart: es-
him' tbe cbivalroui and tnie-hearted soldier and the respect and admiration of the wise of the Slate. er, virtually endorsing Clay' proposition.By Agent in the United SMe and CanUi. not be f erred qpoahim : tt ulktrrfgre Dtaytd ttrutOrdered. .

_j ,,iWner. W. O. Butler : and Gen. and noble minded. The Judiciary is to be elected under the LEWIS & AMES. Th%! a hearing of the factvcBsmd tail*
.
11W Telegraph) for the Charltttm Mtrevry. Sole Amenta for Taltah uf Rill!! be had qn the third (3d) UoaJafia' Uarit 1'
? the ,huebolder who can say nothing If new organization, upon a different tenure and Quincy, Gad dea Couply. at which t r*. said defendant .
we stop one leak xvithout sloping all, by the of a complicated at this Arrival of He Europa.
system ,
process 'and
to
Jebtlf of tbe South, and Fillmore the Protia shall be free MARRIED, may appear plead or answer nd Bill:
not
xve from
in danger. the first point of departure contemplated by And it u further Ordered, That a of this Order
Ballim-n-c Feb. 9 7 Tho steamer copy
ofthe abolition slavery InbeD. p. m.- On the 7th instant by Ker. Dr. White, Mr. MlCAJAH -
: 1 tibc friend The above sentence, from .Mr. Clay's late thn Constitution. Halifax be published in DIM of the newtpipm published o
arrived at
Enropa on Friday evening, PATRICK, of Leon County, to Miss ELIZABCTil -
theCirc'iit onre a week fnr Ihrw month at leait.Quiacy .
C. and 'the advocate af ihe prohibition *peecb, is worthy of all attention. The meaning On: this topic, I do not propose to expatiate ; and the news was received in this city at 0 FLEMING, of GadsJen County. in November 17, 1819.TIIOMAS *

0ftbe la s trade Between the Stales-these is, that all the questions now al issue, or nothing could be offered very new, and lithe o'clock this morning. The following is an At Madison Court House,on Saturday ,the BALTZELL, Judge.
evening
of thc Judicial
made President importance Department be noproprly > abstract A true cnpy-Attest, .
were likely to he al issue between the North and ; appreciated by the people now, it can Liverpool: Jan. G.-Commercial flairs Oth instant, by Ihe'Rer. G. W. Pratt, Rv. D. L. R. C. Lt3 TER, Clerk G4.'t.n Tr C ..urt.I. : .

id ttco president I the South, should he disposed of together and scarcely ever bo : or (the estimate may b en- continue in a a satisfactory condition, but the WHITE, Jr., of Quincy, lo Miss EMMA KELLY FERGUSON, Jr.. r
Solicitor far Cora !
manner in which the result wasb'ouhI forever. It should not he fu.ced at a cost wo should not like to see in- of St. Augustine.In pai nut.
?The enough for the one is less buoyant than that prevailing a February 9, 1S50. 3 3m .
fieh in the of all. curred.If this city,nn Thursday evening, 14tb infant,by
i memory
; t aV.ut is North to waive thc present passage of the week since. During the last fortnight the

wr<% {lh Wilmol Proviso,) \vu started Proviso, or forbear to thc abolition of political tests are not to be excluded from sales of Colonial produce have only been to a the Rev. Dr. Rutledge. Mr. A. HAMILTON LINDSAY State of 4 Florida-Gadsden Circuit Court :
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press
l northern men fur the & the election of the Judiciary, a) they certainly moderate extent, but holders! are firm, and full to Mrs. A. ELIZA BARRY, all of thU place IN CHANCERY. r 4.

In Cong"19' 1'Y' gra.Jttirt slavery in the District, or fir her lo say she ought lo be, then either party may be held responsible prices have been generally obtained.Licfrvool --.--,..---- -I Mary Woodward, 1lit .

of the South. Appealing to thc intiinct will not refuse lo surrender fugitix-e slaves to for the wisdmn < f the choice. C-tton J/arAr/.Thu Cotton tmrtet BALES NORTHERN hAY > Bill for Divorce. .

offanat'civm, und 'o sectional love *t\\ their The North their fruits shall know them." 50 Also, from New Orleans, Janes J. Woodward. )
By the 18ih with fair
t5 owners may very xxv-11 af. ve Allied on Fridiy a 2 casks i.ew choice Sides, IT rpearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by

power, the gteat "lajo'i'y' o( Northern ra
its itors. ( en. Cas proclaim- h the iteration,) is not, I fear, adequately appre- On Tuesday morning the advices by the steamer tierce do Sur-cured Hams, the defendant in thisaoseresidebeyond the
iupH| mont ; southern dies
among people axx'jy of the 5lh from Boston received 10 barrels Majnolu Flour, jurisdiction of thu Court, and out of the State of
there. cia ed by the Legislature, or by his Most Caihollc were ,
i .on"- Incons.q'ienct'' Florida // 15 That the and James J.W .
himself the : Ortdcrtd
.J 0/7/ especially as one section is constantly he. the Sovereign The with information of the advance in in 10 d> Cincinnati do
Majesty- People. prices .
m.rilK-rn with 10 da >odward i'o Appear, ;plead, ans.vcr, or demur In
froiing Whiskey.
of tin- current of swpt coming stronger and the other constantly he.roming weight and influence of this Department' are the United Status, when the market became Just receired and for sale byBEK'KY said 15'loi Complaint within three monthsor aid

crrixthHtning violence against him. Thfrreat 1 } ; (relatively) xveaker. Accounts from not estimated as they ought to be, either in its very much excited, und prices advanced fully &. ROWLEY, I Bill will be tdken. pro eonfttso against said defendant -
Hiid Sew Yoik.both. d I and in d Auctioneers and Commission Merchants. and the ran e ne: for h arin at the next Terra
States, Pennsylvania that Wilmot secret, silent and insensible proclivity to despotism $ some instances -the sales
the
Washington Mate Proviso
t
Fi-t.nnry 10;, ISV. o It ot the Courr in Mmy nextat Quincy : .inJit iifvr-
on this account, \\ i'hheld! their votes from has been voted doxvn in the lions.; of or in its tremendous power. amounting to 30,000 bales. Since Tuesday timer Ordered, That ttys Order be published in somne.
, Rep.resentntixes. A judicial decision is. in th's. c'.untry, the the demands his been less active, the sales Commissioner's tiale.BY public! r.ewpper printed in thia State once a week,
presented to
The same nvamie' was .
him. We rejoice nl it. But let not "vltima ratio return." It is the lat reason amounting but 20.0UO, and prices have declined for three month*. -
virtue of Decree of the IJon. I. II. fironsoi,
Gen. Tiqiur ; )hi i*, sentiments inspecting i it the South he mislead. Thc of the ,, be the d from the a 2d Februaty, 1S.V;).
same q'leniion! kovereicn, professing to true exposition ku extreme prices current on Jud eof the United States District Court fir

were avked-he declined giving them. Bu may he brought up any day. Sleep'ess vigil of time Constitution and t thc Lavis, Tuesday. The markei closed on the 25lh at the Northern Di-trict of Ft'oi.i, ii n'a raini- no> true conv-:Mlet.THOMAS% DALTZELL, Judge.A .

the fact uas proclaimed that he held slarcstndthe lanca: is the price of liberty. Neither the uhich ennna'c from the people, not only the an advance J; a JJ upon tbe quotations of pending in said and Court John, wherein W. ,Mir, Kxerutor nret Keer i4 i- H. C. LESTf.n, Clerk.
of itself. Fiid-i \\nl and the sales Glb Complainant, Arzyle February, 1&50. 5 3m
but
,
to-Jay ( amount
the source sovereignly, sovereignty ) )
he
fact that opposed to
other was South nor the Union can be saved without Patrick Kerr deceased, i is DHetidint, and also by
Juo'icial is terrible! because it is lo 7000 bales. Tbe sales of the week end.
tyranny expended consent of parties, I will expose; for sile, at the
leave
mrcise of the veto power willing to | unflinching!] firmness. upon imlivithuls, solitary and alone, ,"' itg: jesterdiy ((23th.) i cached 30,000() ) bales, ol Court House ia Mjdison County,on the first Monday State of Florida.

legislation rxc'yt in rare caseentiiejy( I w i'h Says the Washington! Correspondent of the and is not apt to be openly resisted, until mini Inch speculator loolc 23.000. Thf Commit in March next the following d. crihed LAND : GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY.

Congress. Theieupon his fiieiid* throughout Charleston Courier : \ers-illy exercised result! continent, and tee's ollici.il I quotations at e Jor Fair Uplands, FN \V 4. W J N W i. R IN E I, W N i EL Dorothy Scot f, } .
E i S E 4, E i S W 4-uul W i S K 4. of Sectk-n i'', B.ll fcr Divorce.
the .> 'uihin virtue of hisoxviuMship i ofblaxvs, I do not think, that the slavery dicusslon i emote, inasmuch as it ac's only on isolated 7 ; Fair Mobile, 7 ; Far; Orleans, 7i.Tbe Township) 10. Range 13, South and Cant. Reuben vs.Scotf. -v)> ,-

tisrrtcd thai be would oppose the Provi owbiifl will, hereafter, he of so irritating characters cases, and thus it has almost tin. assurance of! ; Coin Market is languid, purchasers AUf), i E: i X K4. Section 21 Township 10, Rang? appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by
impunity in its mode of operation.If ; only operating lo the extent of immediate 13, South and Ibs: IT aJidivif in thisc.tiiiefited.irfat Reuben Scottthe
those in the North, l Iu y viilue ofhis hos. it has been ; but. it is to be hoped thst the A\t.\ I4 N I E 4. and R N W 4, Section 27, defendnl in this caue.roside b
the doe administration of justice be, according vxMftte. Best Western Cam! Flour, Philadel- yond thejuri.dicion -
Southern men xxill not relax their xigtlance Township 10, Raise 13, South and East, making in
'd that lie of this Court and out ot the State of Floru.'ar*
lusty 10 tIme rr/0, pi 'claim wouUlo/i- and determination. The change of opinion, to Hume, the great object and induce- phty and Baltimore. 23 a 2 i 6'J]; Ohio, 21 a. all SChJ acres, moie or Ies // is Ordered, That the s-ird Renben Scntt do ,
appear
j>rore their favorite pru teCt. The assurance or of policy, on the! halt of the Northern) nv ni. men! of the organization ofcivil society, then 25. Indian Corn 31 G for White, and 2U 3 The following i is a d criijt'on of the land in Src- plead, answer, or dermu to aid C.U of( Complaint

of hi northern Intrude were believed in the I'er. is tubuic to the firmness and resolution the necessity for the pieservation of its purity, lorVx'eHoxxMixed; *J9. Tobacco firm lion 2I and 22, given by a gentleman: cf hiijhi.) :idinr within three months, or site! Bill will he taken pro

in its (list I i huiti ye apportionment, cannot be. denied throughout the kingdom, at full prices. Pro upon a r> cent examination made by him : confes'o agJint l said defendant, ai.d that the cause
North, tie pledges of ins southern friends were manifested )by the South, and to tim viexvs The above land may be classed (a*a bin') ) as fiot t | Term
he hearing thene.t ftc
I set for during ot
fur of these
it ii the of
its advanced
terms visions have Is. the
totality on nexv quali
hammock aol the be
siid
made in the of rate soij same
public Mr. ;
trusted in the South. speech Clingrnin. srey nay Ga.isden Court in May next : ..Ind it further OrJeitd -.
That: speech has not been, and will not be, | character is composed. In brief a Judge ma) ties. New Mess Pork, 50 a 33s ; god of the eighths l separately! for allnu h there i-s .sorr- That thi Order be published in some public

Gen. Tajlor knew xvhat his fiicnds were ansvx-ered by the Northern because i crush a pntty or his counsel, and thus commit Shoulders, 19 6. Lard is very active, and is second rate land on all ot the the .mou.mt ii sin ill. newspaper printid m t his State nee a xvtek for three

doing. By his tiience he acq .icsced in their could it men ; | an act crying injustice, yet the world know advancing ; new is quoted a 3-n. being the The hammock i is exceedingly thirk wit!, an mid rgrowtt. months. February 3. 1530.THOMAS .
not in
they answer any terms but cf Red Bay Cane, and tines of every Idol
j nothing about it ; no, sir, nor care. No man lowest figure. Coffee is in less demand, but BALTZELL, Judge.
courtc. It if a universally recognized principle those of a, determined th'fince-which they matted together, which made in accurate examination I. FERGUSON, Jr., Solicitor.
cares about that which does not immediately bolder* generally are firm, Sugar is less 'Iitkuit.G.owlhLive! .
what not prepared io ndopt. very A
alike; in law and nvirals, that a are true copv-Altesf
concern him : he can be affected only by sympathy actire.Tbe. Oak, Wafer Oak, Hickory, Wnife R. C. LESTER, Clerk

IMII flgf-c by another, ( r suffers another to Georgia. of association. New York Packet ship Ilotlinseur Oak, U'alioo, !P.'d Bay, and Sweet Gum. izenerilly February 9, Ib30. Z 3m

dolor him,) he does! by liiimeif (aiiJ J for himiclf. The resolutions lepurterl from the Joint "A fellow feeling makes us vnnidrous kind," was wrecked near Halifax, ard the Captain but very at large many-o'f lizut the grey root*soil of failed-no appearance trees, a shelly of cby lime, '*

.) A deception, an outragious and mot CommiUeeon Ft-ileral Relations, in the Georgia but this fellow feeling is excited only by sirr.ilarity and 12 of the crew were droxvned., i or marl with lime rocks. Middle Circuit of Florida. .

4sccen ful fraud xva prvici: by G MI. Taylor's Legiklature have passed both branches of of position, ciicumstanccs, sentiin-nts, The political news is unimportant On E i of N E 4, and E i ct S E 4 of Section 02. UAQSDEH COUSTY CIRCUIT! COURT.

that body .by overwhelming nnjorities. A interest: or danger. runs a slip of open lo-.v pine aapplin and water oak Jr Chancery.

i. iend. mill his knoyJedpe, either upontie I lesolti'ion has also passed both branches by a Let t u then, endeavor to secure a Judiciary Further by the Enropa. lant.see.nr.dand each eighth. third quality, about fifteen acres tm .j Isabella Ward, )

North or upon ihe South. lie i.; tio !es unanimous pr Bill for Pivorce.

guilty than his 1rien-J! who practiced it ; indeed of the State in the Nashville Conv :.lio j. A eat't characters, and claims of the humbles abandoned her intervention! in the affair of equal la any in this hammock, ( uwa.ince Old Town Edward F. Ward. )
IT haying been made to to the satisfaction pf
he is far more culpable than uio-l them |j Le-iUlativi* caucus \\.is to be held on the G''iI man in the community, as of those of any I uenu4 Ax rei. In Prussia a threatened dis- hammock.Hammock,) The and .operi.r lo a larze portion ol Section nf that JL the Judge of this Court appear, by afiiilavit July filed

iit. lot the of four fiomI rank, section, or cli or of the' State growth on many parts th- in this that thesaid
-for they were perhaps iguoiaut of hi- views 'I appoitmeut delegates PIYIY v>luti.'n ot tl.e Cabinet has been compromts- 22 i ii truly magnificent. amonj papers cause, Edwa'd
I the State at huge, and the retniiinJer are to i'self! in is! imposing political magnitude ; and eil.;* The Aii.lri.ii! Diet has been conx'uked. These land* arc (from their Ea.Tern limit) about F. Ward, the defendant in the above Biilresicteicut

lie certainly knew them. At any moment !i be chosen by the people in their respective let us still have ibis Department, in all its j j The !Ilanoxcmi, Cbam'ier: ofD/p-ities refine a halt a mile West of field cleared by John Miller, ot this District and beyond the limits of the Statoof
the of Alabama
and in State
Le could have tmJ'-cehed the public. Hebeaid 'io'iul Districts.) functionaries like thoe who the a-id from two to three miles Wes of the Suwanr.peRil'"r Florida :
j CotiE'c Messrs. M.iciiister; now dignify
1 lo recogrii is the Central Commission, of AusItiia | *** fIIb; of the hammock known Suwannri // ia fieftby Otdered, That the said defendant be
i l as -
himself misippreicnted by his friends ; I and McDonald! on the part (If the DemocrKt: I Bench-intelligent and laborious inpariu.l: : I, and 1'muia. The Strdtiiitn! Pputie I i :Old?Town r Hammock." required to appear anlar.-JAcrthisBal] of Comlaintvilhin |
and Mfsrs. Law and I ) the and incorruptible. Bjt on this ,,| I I three months from this date, and ii default
Dougherty, on enough iitlr
;bRtnmreprescntitioi: : would! secure him votes part j. ; ', :Iinvo: approved the treaty of peace between j jPiedm TERM5*-One-third cash ; one-third in one year,
of the Whig5, will be the icptcseijlntives of this time. and one-tfiad in two years after dat* of sale, with thereof the said Bill shall fc<* taken pro eonftsao
-he therefore uttered not a word A mono.lal : nt and Aisiria.! At Berlin negotiations against the said defendant, and the cause snail bostr
the State at large. The proposil (for a Convention at M idison intere>t at the rate of eiglit percent per annum fr.inihediteofjie.
Denmirk.Uussit the next Tcin of the Circuit
ed for With hearing at
\ !e, yes-.10-would have dispelled the i ._ .,_ _.. have been rene JeICC Thecicdit, instalment.-1 to be secured for
to send Delegiles) lo Nashxille. should certiinly has resirneJ diplomatic late rco1 ne the lind."TilJed Court. jim said County tit t ( d"<]enoi tIme ;hirjl! ,lon-
(illusion-would have undeceived thc public ,J From California tcccise ulk'nlii/ii ; but \vhat is all this by mortise on day in I ay net : Pfa'ulcd. That ruhjication (If.
with Au lria. From KugUnd, and Ireland .'ed at fh copf r.f purchasers.
) Mcs'rs. Thomas I lay ward and Thomas dust about I don't > Co'mmissicnir.IVHrmrv this OrJr t tp roadu ir. s6n.e public newspaper published
-he refund to pronounce it. And this duplicity i ? \\i->h lo be taken as one of iiJtice.Xcie R B."HILTON,
there is
i
nolhingxvo.tby special this week for the of
in Slate once a period
practiced by Gen. 1'aylui's friend?, \ Hay ward, junior arm ived from California last j of your cui Itono" men, though this being a i 16, 1
night, )having left San Francisco as \\e are ciiil question, miy be avked suini-tiines. : York, Feb. 9. G ;>. m.-The E'iropi'sadvices : Contractors. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A .
with hit and for his benefit had To Building
knowledge t lolil, about I lie If-t ult. I Hen.I '1'. Butler J King What is lo be dune, and why, fir what purpose have ,uisttllud the cotton mirkrl, and true copy-Attest.

ii4 reward he was .chosen President ; anJ and Col. John C. Fremont came on in the and to what end ? A Convention t to beheld there have heel no transactions to-day. The TlROPOSALSt.i I ot Florida build ,a will Co-.it! be House received in until tl.e town t\e R. C. LESTER, Cleik. i
Quinry
since that fart Slate has sanv steamer. xvceljV, sales aiiount lo 3,000 bales.; Rice i is February 9. IS5J. 5 3n ,
scarcely a spoken at Nashville, to piss resolutions dechira-; first day pf'.lprit next, at which time su-h oilersj ,r

Its sentiment through the ballot boi, that has By tho kindness of Mr. I hayward, Sen., tory of the rigl.U, character. and determination steady* the fcales of the xveek being 1,000tierce's. j shall hive been 'made, wit' be submitted to the Gads den Circuit Court. \ Ahaac :

we are in possession of California papers as of the South. Flour is firm (irain is timichimi;. Roard of County Commi-wimiers, for their ijecision
nut pronounced condemnation upon him. i late as the :29th! Dec. ed. Pork hasrleclineil. Inrd tjrm. Coffee thereon. The j;roprsed building jj lo be r.f Link ; Ferguson, Jr., } At'aehmcei.

hut as we Lave said the is still to be A fire broke In San Francisco lie apfis quod agit." Notes 13 Otherthitigis two storim' hi h.a id fifty-threety fortj-thi.e l.rtindim rs > In Assumpslt.Renhsn .
,
game | out at G diooping. Trtasury prem. n;ions. The draft ol the b-sitdin;, ith the Sccft. ) Sure sworn to$332 S6-1CO.
Vrpt up. Taylor still refuses to commit himrilf o'oclck in thc morning of thc 24th Dec., and Has not all this been done ? Has: not every unchanged. specifications, may be seen by application to jaxnr I UE defendinf and a'l' peisom interested are"J.

according to the of the occasioned, as is stated by tIme Aha Calilor: Southern State, through her Lcgislalmr, the M Oikhriit Charles H UuPont, two of the coin- hereby r.wtififd: of the institution ot the above

correspondent nia, a loss of exceeding a million t rejjresentative of her sovereignty, 'pokcn cut By Telegraph. mitfee rrsidin in the town of Quincy. AH com- stated case by attachment, and are hereby required'

Charleston; Courier, (q-Mled by his friends.) and a half dollars.property.Some twenty to thirty I in most decisive terms ? What more ii necessarv Baltimore, Feb. G, 7 j>. ii\\.-I'ive thousand I munica!i"n'gn the subject mtH be" addressed to'ilie to appear and defend said suit on the 3d Monday inMa
!'lridi. next, at Q-sincy. jndanent will be taken
or by
\
at Quinry.
And thus the Kditor ct'the Boston Atlas, a buildings and stores appear to have been con- or ca'i be required ? I confess, the h'ngs of Rio Cute were offered Ht unction undersigned JAMES M. GlLCflRlST ) default. January fl. 1S50.

few days *ince Washington, is tMi
ftssert, "Ktlie \ilm-rt Ir'.vis3 j I1SLeS Coigrc : I The Alta California of the 'Jfnh contains familiurizt'd, with the jiu'dic' mini! '* Te|Ia | 1 13:i? a loi. Tbe residue was xvitbdrawn.: M. HlKSON, > Febiwry 0, ISoO. 5 3m

v Old Zicli will sig-i it ; nver fear."- j Governor Bjrnett's Inaugural Address, hi< man the samo story every day in the year," The sale XXMS not so buoyant as was anticipa I Fibruarv It). 1O. c '

first annual message, and time proceeding; of; said Burke, arid yo.i will eventually In: his ted. Groceries. Sale on Monday IQlh February.
Cilifbrnia is to be khufileJ into the Union I Family
J Jvilhoul the L-gifrlatnrc up to the 2 2J Di'ctrnber. On j maMer." Ave, for a man nny talk abotit H New York, Feb. 9, G p m.-Thc cotton received perSci.ooncrXVii:5am: R. Petfes (roam Sale. of Tobacco andg on the

slavery ; and New Mexico and Dke.. the 21st, Ctil. John C. Fremont amid Wm. M. I mailer, till he bin: 11 believe it ought to be ; matket was quiet lo-day, operators await i"z I 'JUST Orleans Apalachicola.ON .

ret arc to Its left without territorial govern. G\\inn; were ducted Ttiited S:..tos Senators, '! inu-t be ; and at lat, that ii is .v,7. tilt advices by the steamer -\bout 1QUO( I Suser Cured Hams Shoulders, the -llh day of February. A. D. ISSO.atthe

inputs, eveiitilly to he aduiitli-d: in tho same t the first by QO votes on I tho l st ballot, and t the I j Should C..ngrfs. M -, the Wihnot, ; !Proxiso, bales! xvere said at rather drooping prices. Plain do t>'de!>' Court Hcu,e S-juare inQuincv.by an order io
L-mrd oi:
second by 2 } votes on the 8l 1 ballot. The or :mbtlisi'! slavery in the DNtrict of Columbia, Flour : i* unchanged. Wheat declining.Corn .- Lard, Chancery, of hij honor Tlioinaa Ealtzell, Judge of
it order zhit the R'ce,
sway. ) IVebidrut may lie sive4] St. Louis Flour, the Midille Circuit, made in the case cf C. P. P.
fn highest tote received by Mr. King was I 0. without consent, i ih'n let I the Governors ofj i is fnioer. Rice steady ; siles, 2QO ( Tobacco, N. 0. Suzar, Searcy.M. M. E. Searcy and othor, I will offer at

rtj inikinsKtionnvfiicbpmlian: $ : (if the Un. On the 2'Jd, Richard Koin-tn was duly fleeted I j every Southern Slate ;"iuMe, tin [Lp ichi- tie rce. Sugars i\iy\\ )(\ Molasses unchanged.JutTee ; ; Whiskey Claiet Vine, public sale, the f> How in? lands I viz :

Ion, he knowingly, suflVird, lii Iiiends to de'. State Treasurer, Vfm.nn Voun''hjcs Secretary I I lure, and they, u ( olivt-lmt iou and] t that declare ( ; h..is. declined 4. Provisions are declining. I t Butter Crackers Susar Crackers, 1. Frac Sec 0, in T 1 S. R S W.con'in205 75 acrs.

cfivo and ini ltad IU| name has alicaiJy wf State, J. S. Houston Comptro'lor: Cd- the Boxeieign, will : and then: sirs l let t ns cea'o I Sterling Fxcbange, OJ premium. i! Sjda Pea Nuts do, Oransf Lemon; ,, 2.3. .". ".. 2fi 6., T3N.K TSS, R12W 6W., "' Jl 300"50 *

bfcn l frui.tht: J hefom thc Amfricaq peode; uh ward J. C. Kewcn Attorney General, Charles WI ii jog aii'l talking, and fisld il out : i luotigh Sixty dead b- dies have thus far been taken Almond P.-azil NutXValer -, 4. 3J, T4S, R13W, 20" .

that eta q uiididdtc for re-election the 1'iesi.dfncy J. *,\ hiting Surveyor Genet, S. C. Has. I presume \vv nny Jioacefuliv sfccilf. I prefer from the ruins in Hague-sheet. Pails, Stone Pipts. 5. 21, T2S, R/3SW, 10"

to tings Chief Justice, and II. A. Lon and N. doing things in a quiet way, with I as licit; New Orleans, Frb. 0.-The( sales of Colton Matches, Candl .1. LotNoSirmSrc2T3NR3W, p 25 :
in 1832. It ix prqbtbly design], if Bennett, Associate JuMice ixhtbitioti as possible, and no fuss and fe.itb- r i A ails! &>ap. 7. 5, :3I.T2N, K7W, 6344 *
amounted 1500 bales at firm
yesterday lo 1 Nutmeg, Tin XVare, S. 1&2" 30, T2N, R7 W, 160 00 "
such a thing l ho ,jil>lc, to dodge this We have fir t all.Now .
po uues.tion no comment the ers s jt
space to mention.
upon price The receipt up to the present lime And many other articles too numerou All patented toIshapG.'Scarcj and Jesse Coe.cr
until that time, mid then repeat the docrplion executive documents, but annng the measure Messrs. Ildilors don't, fly in :a passion are 7.,000{ bales le&s (ban lo the saipc period which will be *od! as cheap as can be sod hy any i I. fi. Searcy alone.Tiie .

prnnliced in 1S4S. recommended by Gor. Hurtictt is the prohibition with me. I am not, but in what our venera. last '.ear. Sales ol i00{ ( lihci; Sugar at 3 a other honse in the place, for ca-h. LivALFiED Ii. hOC. terms of sate are, fne-Jiflh of the pnrchasa.
by statute cf thc imin.tgtation of bio friend Old! Mico, would call an after money iii r'ahand (he olhr j'evr-Jl/lta in equal
What reader does n< t turn with pleasure per- 4 ci'hts Piime Molasses 21 ceuits.iiitt Irbruiarv! I u**,. l tsfii). t 5 tf anmul 'instjlrnents, with interest at sir per cent
tons color! into ihit State. dinner iato of rulml, xxherj a man xxould
; eamnsl+ip G.eorgia is beloxv. pavahle annually! inadvanre. Any payment te1as4u! \
from such a picture as this to the contem;>!;ution Of personal news we have had ppj orlunity laugh outright, if he were to see a fly crawl I. New Oclevnv, I cJ 7.-The Cotton: market For Sale. sh.ili bear interest at tight per cert ; ant!. upon default -

oftho portrait of the other character, whose to g.ither very litUe. Wo are harry to hear ing .slbe xvall." Arid I will aim, xvhenho > A NEW well-finish'd and conven- ot p-ijmenf, the Citiif. in its discretion, meaT

acme heads this article Gen. Cass is a that Capt. T. Btfzeau, fn-m this place, it dead. is inclined lo see any 5 thing else th.iti that remain quiet, the sales y esterday amounting i.-nt FAMILY CARRIAGE[ ( with order a re-saie, ai ihe ri-k ol the uicl>'aer.. Rtiii jbGOri.

Most of the Florida boys are reported at the dreadful thing, the handwriting 01 t tl.n wall.! lo 2.ri)0() bale*, previous pi ices llici1, 3Uivhev l. ':___ .____ |h jfr.f.,>tall in giiojorsltr.and only ion i .ut< notice. Jesse C'v nim.itrs i i" th* alp it f theIjpdsrf
northern rnan, and like all northern men U diggings and well. I \ 21( aliiI from Tennessee Alo, a large pair of gentle 1IORSKS. I : w-pich heisj-.in; ownrr. Furr'ia.-ftrstorpy
TACIFICUS.ticr I
: C4>,lton will tR taken in jiajpienl ct. market frmlitIecked. t
abstract to
probably, upia principles, opposed Sent mci.Sug.7r Arrival ft the Empfrc City fro Cliagrea.ejz price, deliveml in Tj'.lika Person d. irousto BENJ..F. WHITNEP.- ;
slavery. Rut he !knows that it fie .Waeon Col. Culler's rcs, Master in :*
slavery recog CcxrtponJ of Telegraph.WASIII.NGTO.N purchase will please enquire at Chancerj
I hrEmpire'
Canr.-We )have leceired and now ? orh, aeb. 7, 8 0 elc 7'. 7/h- Janimj IP, 15V 2 2t -Ic

niscdLy iha Constitution of tho U. S.-that have in our ollice, where the curious are de- Feb. 4. IS-'iO. City arrive.l. here to.IIzLy, ;mnd hrirmg dei.ce.Leon llS5U.Co'uity.Fehiqmry .tt c :JT e n'jove s le has been postponed until Msn.

''lit iustrurqcat could never have had its bein tired to examine it, u rcnriilciMy fine spec!, 1 Clay's plan, for shilling the vlax-ery question I\ J ||IIiillo '* thlmrs;! : iii gJ.1 otist.; '" JPhiladilpbi __ dv. the t isut' in.iant. **

\\iihout the understanding that blavc. men ofthe Sugar Uaio.; h bLs 31 joints .-mdmeaKiircs ] meets \xitb I the approbation;,i of no botir: >crn sailed l fur Cbagres with iSO pas- A Valuable Tract I
10 ft. in arid COUNTY FOR SALE. Su'e: on Monday, ATarcS 4, 1650.
Lj-Ters and non.blavehoMers were to he entitled length has tasselled. This member of either Hou eijfOniigreM. Of ibis seDge ma.Sales. OF LAND I IS MADRON
cane is from, a crop of cane planted by our fact I am ceiiain. Not .Mr. ; even Stanley,
to MII oqniliiy of tights and privileges enterpiiMiig fellow citizen, Ca jmt. I Hanlnin I of N. C., who i* apparently as completely} lo-day amounted, to lp.00( bales itt i ceijt decline 1 longing to the rotate ot theC eon-ly le John situated 4Dajre.! BY VItIICnf{ a vmf cf lieu facias i'ed frctn the
,
Hnier it. 'Hnj Constitution, in the Rpirit in on I the niaigin of I the Sciintiian River near I givon np to P propen'ily lo stand smell at the Fair Upland xve quote at 13|. to 13|. It is conveniently thousand andadvanta acies pf smpo9K4 containing pak, ? rf thm Clerk rf 'he C-rcuit Court for the

t Which it wa adopted lio has I the btidgc and which will i yield, t ihe i i Orleans 13j.: ; near one with ahout .00acres Cnuertty f Madin, jo the NidJIe Circuit tFlrida,,
sworn lq 5up1)ot:!, Captain north, at all hnz-ml, to the interests commit and hickory an4 pjne Und, now | vxherri.i Mattht-w 4. Allen, for the use of EdramdRennl&,14
atd iscleternin lo support. Uelieving she informs us. al least two hhds lo the acre. ted to hi' care by a southern constituoncy, Coffee is du1.Fo.rty.eight in cultivation. JtnildinK* and pastures for the m<*t I p'.Jii' fiff", and Francis Lou.s Noniparde

VifTvt! Thc most icmarkablc ciiciJiiulancu in ref. as Mr. Cliy himself, has yl xeninred, lo com more dead bodies have been part ro >4. Arsons ce.mriu'! ; to remove \* FUiita, C/rainont l'orcde Menartdctendan.l: : have-
Prori if> incotiM t*>nt with thlt intru sthine lor theinsetvo.
era nee to this crop of cane is, that! it is an forward lo the! support ofthe Clay scheme.I .._ recovered from the ruins ofthe laic explosion. are invited tf> call an4 j leviid upon, and .vill expose sale.at. public exit* .
mnjl..sliat l it aim a li.j\v! ti' the iiphts of l.e) of Hatilinrns Terms icasonable. | cry. before the Court House! door, in the town ofQuircy.onthe -
; Capt. tq test the ---------- -- -I C
evpeiitnent I need hardly explain lo the reasonsfor : JOHN McGCIIEB.
you .
first in March
1S50.vill.iiv.
Monday
o' jlh.._uhen, a candidaJf! f or the I'lesicne), q-julJiy of our pine luails covered with time aw the (lisftx-or xvitb which it meets from the .". tR. CORBETPS February !6.,150, tf legal hours,the following described propert.tox\it 1

Lp Ia '1bI'ittOIi() -nr:: ern jiroj'ulicei', prn.Jio p.ilnii'tio npivitently, (sh he, rno t l,;ircu'p rnd'.tm. "oijtjj, i2)otgl) ; HS-jnore or less of vour readers ,.' Concentrated Syrup of Sariararilla."he jei and Moral- Lot No. 1, Frac Sec 3d. T 2, R 8 JJ ard XV f Lot.No ;r

r)4M) :: bi ,,ilityio ihal ineksu're. 'I'liio ,t.ro'iiNingoil; fany.. .The IjuJvz' ) ore- iny nol j: ve7een"it;t, iireiTensojlT vtilJ hri,'fly ; peoifof &l.! ir.xaluable Preparation oorift > he 4.Frac Sec 31.T 2.R 7 N and W; Let Xo 3, Frsc.'

I'r4 pared by vxtracliilg >itv palmettos by anin. tcniaik, that it is but a proposition to ive pu.bli \ ) r M l pUiu unvarni hed** sttarnt&p ENTERTAINMENT4Ar.luALp1'ES0f Sec 30. T 2, R 7 N and XV.,coaUiniBg. b/estipatioa' -
? ftfscl genious imeniioti utlmn Cuptn'i?, and cor.rtriing the whole rights '.flhc south,, xvith referficelo of cnrc j.iie; \ t/ie great Wizard of the the
t. 'f ,, February 3, 1S19.Meisrs. Leriadupon, as ;pyopty a( yd Defendant, atui
rfj o sust3u! hvr constitutionalfi ihe of the soil \vjth liim*. S jiij : ,rib, wtio'is"noxf soiirnes blaur/ Calif irnia: and 'w Mexico, and Edward Hnnlcy inilCoOEA to qa"fo.d; to Jatisfy. |Ai4 wit nf fi. (a. '

In mC 4 fi in which wepitrad, The experiment has proved entiirly suecessful I the ii Ith.t. I lo I Itaci'c i in slaves in t this District, Sm :-As I am about leaving; to pass thc i jfii.t Southern entertainment Stajes, will'in hate Tallahawce the honor 09 of MONDAYS civir hi* SAMUEQuiney.Ffbrniry E. LQVE, ShCTf .

lie and drmotiMiales Lie (fact that 'J f winter M the South, I am happy to state by your request 3. t-V 4 ti.
reit'rtdes them-mgniii disclaims al1thisciuwdca. pn.vic 'r I lie lijr.e being the norih I, xxill February 25th, is:0: whenhe t uts he may not s>uKi -
the ofDr.
ym'y there i* probab'y flu, description of land in not claim the rght iii interfcie wij'; slavery in ihe bsnefirj I haveuVrix'ed through me fir by coropaiuon xvith many jthers who have preceded -
: \vithljem. tIPSt, waging Corbetf Shaken Syrup Sarsaparilh. Some i Ploughs, &c. :
Florida S hat will not, wjilf uVficient! and j..op the Siates' or pre llje question of I be aLohlion toina.ch. v\eakening 'urn, professing >yith )Ut p.rlbrmin he will -
gLi ( line aincfclfound ho tone nfmy TINT RECEIVED
I ,
Brig Wacalla. 30
lie 1
is tict remain i- exceed the espectalions of the mostsangumineth.r.b per RujtgTe?, ?
content to *
i ._... ,, er managenenticld| the mos abuinlunt crop of slavery in this District. Qn lh* whole, then ray food bjrjWsfd me, in however little quantity i eut caxor o *justifyiui the high character which J Nonr, Mason & Co"*. Plongb* ; (C St-jw Cuftets. .
; -'V1.ile tje Lt.nst.LInn: recei a of ptigar.' It may be uddcJ that ihe saw palntc'tto it is an insalt to the b'quihi-not a compromise. toed.! nd l try strength lai>f me daily. Mvskm he has been honored with.; For opinion sod nvticc superior quality ; C Corn "Sn -Ilcr un -ritqwlitv

sal h and the South a Wow. That posit io thus rcmotrd as nuisance! coutains us The northern whig papers arc enraptured became subject lo a dizustiag llumi r).tad at ysod liu.ii but so nt the Presses frugrnm anil tlesci$jptivc sheet Forjalt-by F. LUNEy. ,
ejesihf.
ctl'cct
irjiVAtttl a lu
ili'fur( oar southern Prudent. Mot lhati 1aru e prop"' 'TEn oftanr.in a; ihc best English. tvi'h U. 'J l.is New York Courier declares! little rncdicinp, as 1 relied rjy! mote on dieting and sea on dav ol exhibition. Tlie sntctaiament t ( ; will cona'jt February 3, fj50. 4 t. :

tb,5., '"WructiJ l L UaK bark, and it is believed it will become t that it brpa.ht'8, tbn Jighouf, lh spirit anJ purposft bathing-i'td' in winter using the Vaj jranJSuJpherBaths. "( new d beuutiml? fealol! Legerdemain,Lite-Me.ehianat '1ant ; Notice.cN .
h's State Theatre, and Itajiajj Faatoc.jna, or :
} Jfg'slsf" to
skin became
article of the Diii l these fjjled of all cure Aty
profitable exportation BI no re. anti-slaxery resoljtiutis now be. ,
.
rote to Ac very Moving Figure* AUGHT.ORMOND will exchange Tcrk
Provisr), he might, in accordance fit. Ancient (fore the of that State which if I Iam rucre irritated my'ex* sight xveakencd my B. M "
Augustine Legislature WM
th : mole period.- City, tomach"'di>jiifjn! to food and an irritation of the WILLS.'Fcbru 1stad Salt' for Corn. S j hl for butbel. '** ;: '
( uprin mcalr! iccognie-J, coavidcr Jj\:. 2&. i : not much mistaken, were dra.wn hjr no LiS'.s v4 LdhtJ !Iyrov! lrtptnzit clf. Unhappy at ry 1ft, 1557,, 6 Ct Nertert, Jan'uarr :3,1350. *7ce




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For New York. t SA
flIackwocd'agzine aad the British ta1 2.bicrttc11tdut9. $100 REWARD j _
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iut* by II. nns .f & 4jI
Uuarteriy Beviews.hviirlolht ..;f I aa ,,( th. aaii,. EiC. P r..wn.i '

( latortTolaticni ted counterrevnlutioit In Chancery. SIPS SUlmWtmttl*. ttiet) tP# ift I',. r P4, ,.,,,

muttgtli n ltini! of Europe wliuli) have lollvmcd !- den..m.n.tft mm eJs.oi.-I:. r'1'

., etch othtr in such r.uirk mrof MOD; end ofIt lcArcL 6LS Western Circuit of the State of Florida.JACKSOX me, doctor. .ml ,..,,, ?? bBI .. f>fi ,.,

ftbiett Ibt tnd it not yet," the lesdirg periodicals CJ1JCU1T COURT, FALL TERM, ISI'J.Clus rpil[: REGULAR LINE OP PACKETS betweerX r.s ti,ctts. Mm't iSe 1kst: Ysi it. .

iJttst BriUm LAV* become intv !ed with a degree : [ [ New Yoikand St Marks! and Newport will I h purpu.e ..rsiijmIaz cr.Jt f ib.s k. ,,..

Sol( inl'-re.t hitherto unknown. They occupy a nn J- __ Wester, Coinplahiint, ) rilOCL.\MATION BY THOMAS BROWN, commence running at the opening of tr.efall trade, Dci) IbV ;aJ: 33: y) aa
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did crmind between lha lusty, disjointed? and neceiPiriljf =.t I v;. > Bill for Divorce. Governor vf Flurida.AT'lICREAS and continue tlircnghout the cnliie year, viz : I OK.VUf.YK OHH.IXJL OLl) IT. j.,,

iir.perfect rccurd of tIs newcpapric, and the i f\I( Nancy V/wtcr, Ucfendsnt. ) Brig WARCALLA, Jowtljn, Master, arLl1a. bsvtr on ,1 U.nj 0.I 't .
afunti .< atCJa\it, to the satisfaction ol it having been made known to ire P4L17 ti"In'
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rUborite ind poudcroui lrcali to !1w' lurnUhtd bvtha IT | | upt OCILLA, Trim, do. Ut. h.< nature *em. ihOJtrt c... ; .
the Court that ilie deL!> :uUnt rc&ide-i out ol lh> VV that a murder was recently committtil the
hi.t tbwe, Tterindical obtain an.l connected i1 %'eteIt n% Circuit anil nut of the State: It it Orilernt, Comfy of Marion, in this Staie, byjnt-e ABNER J.
? a correct account 'a Sl.'WANNPIE::, Clark, do. (new,)
if all the imnomnl political) eveutf tit the! ok! j/ That the ,aid i I defendant be required to apejr anlai THOMPSON, and other i-pon the body of one: E. S. WAC1SSA, Perry, do. (new.)
-.ver thi bill of complaint mi lirE' firt-t llanday in T. dohtcy. and that said Tbomp>on was indicttd.
worl.1. a* thrvo.. 'j-iinl Icirns th tari<>u< conducing : bW I t tI Thci !sarebuilt in the most ubstantialman
draw f the i March. A. I D one (thousand ci'iht haidrr and fifty, tried, and conicled therefor, and fined in the sum
lion tliem the leading >
a : by epiriu < for tiiis trade and commanded by
ao Thi Aaierican Publisher* 1 hr. < ic (1L'Crn ft t tI .0.,! I in detaull I tl.frt'ff, t Ihe said bill *!ul! l be laWn of one thousand, dollars, and imprUontd until said ncr e\pie and>sly are and c- S.
careful
to zall jrenevvfj attention to the work they j>ro r.'H fRD :" and I h.mt t thi* order be pu! lisicd! inei.tne fine shouM! be paid : and that said Thompson has experienced Captains. Freight passage .,
)proper
Lie lowest
rates. r.f.
at Ace ,
rrpudi1i! auJ IhtfYtty low price At wl'iiM. tluv are !pul,li<* mtvTmabmer| | in thii Slate$ for tin s;>ace escaped firm jail and tied from jtnlic's : ANDERSON & CO. &
ri ot Ihrre months before I he day ordered for the said .iVow, therrforr I, THOMAS Rnow.x. Governor of COE .
niru e4I to *ul>tcril>e.'*. The lollowinr j thtir lit, It) Beaver street, New York.
itz ; S P 1ti htaiing. the State of Florida, by virtueol thenothorily inme .3
'Ti!n LONDON QUARTERLY; REVIEW, r.nortGC: s. HAWKINS, Judce, tc.WM. vested by (the laws ot said State dohciebv .fTerOne JOHN DEN1IAM.
II. M1TCIIKLL! : Hnndied Dollars Regard for the apprehension otaid t Newport.
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TH CO I NIIUKG H R EVI E\V.'Tlin .
IS4S. 1
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Solicitor for Complainant. and halt safe deli\tr\ the Shcrifl Newport, August ,
Thompson,
: NORTH BRITISH Hr.YlL'W, .-.:-: __.k .i..t .
THE i WESTMINISTER: REVIEW.AM o.'snid 'ount/ ol Marion. Tax Collector's Safe.BY .
Slate of FJvri'la, > I, Sunncl C. Colhrny, Clerk Meat -Said Abner J. Tlnmpionis about C2 years J '
'fiiz'-, of lair complexion, s bout 5 feet IU inches n virtue of the authority vested? in me by law, I '
i3.ACVOO1)! -s )EDINBURGH! MAGAZINE.A Jack'i.i Cwii'ily. ) ut' the Circuit Ctiiir! in and for
ni i.t l d' that t the height, spare built, baiu) face, larze n\e\ blackeyes 1 bare levied upon and will expoi* (frr sale, before pr \.t
In these pel iodical* are contained the view*, modDerate GAY'SEXTRACT : CuiKity: ) hereby ciMlily I I aVr> i< a \
4 auburn hair, tronl teeth deae4.In I Ihe Cot,,t I Houj? door in Madron, on I lie firit
of the order srd upper
]} though clearly and firmly! oxpii M, of thethree line eotmv original pa in case ofRlus :
\\hcu-of I have hereto set t tr Monday in June next, the following de ribcd !laiidi.t .
Testimony ,
We4ter.
great pilici t m E91aflJliry, Wlii?, a,,d OF CASCIIALAGUA Wf-ttr vs. Nancy Given under my -
hand and caiH.-d the Great Seal of the Radical" Black .vood" aid: the London Quarter h :i.| avl: piivate t.cal, there being i.o eal cf otFicr, i mv
1!" are Tory ; the EJmhuigb Review" Whiz ; A CALifonMv rs.AXT OF a ux: tlii-JUtdu-ff OfCt-in'ier.' A. J D. JSJ9.SAMUIT. L/-EAL Slate |to he affixed> ti.s25th| day cf January thereon fir the seat I't 19, to wilt

and the' Wt-rtmiuii'tiT !Review" Lilu-ral.; ) The jMluUICAI. VIUTUIIS. : C. UKLLAJ1V, Cleik, [*r\i..l A. D. Ii50. The N E I Sec 11. T 1. R 6, N and E ; the S W J OLD) 1)11.) JACOB T01VNSKND,

0$ N'Hth RritUh !Review owe its e .t bii 'unent to Uy NATHAN S. WATSON. I). C. THOMAS BROWN, Sec6.T 1,11 i 7, ? and i:., belonging toGetTgeA.Me .rI1m mlc(1tN.i. I'1S( OVEItCXilKTIIBCfiiuiac

the hst l jrreat eccic'ii.niirid raoveiupiil in Sc >llaid, A CERTAIN l'RKIINTIY" AND CURE FOR Janu rv 5, Is'iO. 5'2 3rnIn ISoecrnvr of Flat Ma.By I nt v re. Tewaeui SarsaparJlh.JV .

atid I* not ultra in tit vi.nvs on any ouo of i s-e jrtandd'pMtraenlSiif 1'ct'r in./ .2ztf. Ctin&i'Mji'ipH, Cough*, CirfJs) the (.nvernor-Atft't, JOHN!! II PVITER nN.

human kno It-die ; it w? orijinaly! I'o'u; iHCtj, .i.-thniH, KrvneJiiiif.; ; ffcit inlti, (.ittttt, Jackson Circuit Court. C. W. DOWM.NO, Secretary of Stile..Linii.iry TBS Collector fcr iladison County. '.3"(4 know ToHiiienii ju ('. I It.IV'IHOK now about inn Tilrart( DlfCorKUKIl of "*r. *1'4 fcil nl Inn lk,

edited by Dr. Clulraci*, aud lrnw'iflct hi* death, i icouJivred I: tezn a1i :, .\' lb a/g/ it:, !:l!J.i1)t i'. 20! 18-10.' 3 Gw December, I I. IT. -17 f-m VK.Vt't.YK OR 1Of.V5 I.. TQir.Y.IK.VT) X.IKWr.l&tl.L.I. .

by hi* suii-in-law. Dr. Hinnt, associated Paralyris, 1'lcnritifi Jntfittire.tlaiittti Imjtpvjaia, (' 'a.lireelts FALLTKKM Jbl9-WlvSTr.IJN CIRCUIT.Jamci .'' Ceing (xxiT. li* Wi t roi|.|).llaj in liir.il in is..ttI'tciars.' ly'hirh
General Orders. Tax Collector's Sale > ) ine'tn, il l.a. I Iwen krpt out of n,-rk(f. art mba 'Je. ri
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wilh Sir DaviJ! fire witter. Its literan cliaractir i ii.f :, I'114'p, ltptiii i.Jh oj.' ,', J.i C.'ni.jldiitc Yuwu, )f P.ill for Divorce.Virtj piiiiieribeil lo thins only who ),.td |irsve3 it* M a.rta. urtlU hinvs
the very hi he-l oiJer. The Wo! tinini m." 1'iIIbit's ; .\ roi. c Zjfecfiv.m rf In Cbanc.'n. Ex cfrit F. Df \RTME.VT, > BY viilue of the authority vested in me by law. I | Talue. It hn itfiuh! rcfiinted trtdc'- that title ni1y.; i pu'.ilUlicdio L uIizie vmi IM>nlttt. J\ru* in (itntrnl, lltmlftfuetiims Vown. Taltfifxuxre, t'tbninty 1 IS'O. ) levied upon, and will expose for a'e, be- ] thiMiiM'| >n who tejit been h'lleil of sure >tlp'.
England under the title of the Foieijn Quarterly 4'T/i(1tfs; ()' 1'leix *, Inilignthin, JJrravcd Tapneirin to the '.ti4fmetion; of the Court, balit'lavil \ N election i i.. hereby ouleicd to be hed! in Ihe: lore t Ihe Court Home door! in M.ulison.on t Ihe li.-st from Uealh, iin>r-'iiii J il' nrr"enr POWKtt.KnowinZ. ami .nouilrrfntHKAL1NG

and Westminister," it being in fact ainii-iti of )> j>ctitcst and all diattfCfvrigituilinj I. in tliia case, that Vicey Yuwn, the de- A Second Divuiou ol t the Fi.'i ida Militia i I on t 11 I e MONDAY in JUNE next, the following described j m-ini yrrs uga. llni h* t.. >l. '>y h', ki"; <

the two Review i tnncrly; t>ubli
It ha, Hierlore, advaiit. tby tins.i Com ) and (lit ot the Stale of l-'loriil.i, and by law for the election of Count OiKct-rs, for A Major due thereon for thc year tS I 19! lo wit : litiie iJvautie* tit moiHtnl wbm 'an Drlni w nl t *

lhi combination tinitins in one w..>ik the Let t tleatures ol the Uautls cV in t In Si ate of Georgia: It n ()rilrriJVhat the said General, to command iid Division to fill the vac The S E \; and N El| of Sec 10, E J N W 4 of Sec nisiieJ virtue, woiiM lit bum:,tr! It Xmnm lulu i.nsrrs.ti.mil mt&.Ii..ite4.nw:rs. TUi Prn liuie|w tnr.w.hi-- r

of both a* herelotore issued.' IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It VirtY"vn do appear aud! pk-.i.I am.vt-r, or demur :me) ojcasioiiiil by the ignation ot General Jcs e 10, W J S E 4.S.c 3, 1' I, R 7, N and belonging the meitni Are The above Period cal are repiintcd in New Y .ik, to I the raid bill I of complaint \\itiiii m mi f>.ur m..iit.sor! Cam I er. to Edward Bryan. j jAlia tK.i.\-n) .t.\-n i-xw.i.t.rn rRrr.in.ir v

immediately on their arrival by the British s tea inert and j ikietnatkahlf i\f! loin* and! i\t.hiiinalin\ij:'>i I to the digest i\r ojjr.uis;, I ho .iid full will Iia taken pta tonftiin" against Olficers! cotnrnanilin i,,; P.ri/ulcs.: Rciinent>, flat tat- Ihe N J h Sec W, N J, Sec 3'2. E I, S E i. Sec *lilt.iniinil'iclnr In a length: .imi on the l.rfinith Urjo-t>-( tht ca i,Ian., ai.-l. eipec.ail n enlieil a fur* i:j u..-i i"u.t., <\

in a iieautiini clear type, on fine white paper and llestarutirf .n i ;;titriHftAtiiiiig, I the Mul dnlendanl : I'lociiln., 'I hat I the. publication ions, and Companies} within t the limits of said Division 20, N h Sec a4), S W 4, Sec 21 S W 4 Sec as. S E liicHjuil-.Ie of dusen r. tum or dr1nrmsr.L.in.

and and arc faithful copies of th" original. Clackwood's rwjuflit* of I lhi< oidi-r be ins'dc ii -ii.ic public Imt'tv9.fmcr are hertby rctjuirnl to carry into etVrt! ihis order 4, Sec N W 4, Sec -a, S S, S'-c t>o, \v I, S E 4,1 L'niikr y.-itn; S. K 'I'ownini'i., 't ii..r: ..VM lih! :ijunit

Migazinp being an eclfaciHtile of the Publiclv'' To'.Mjsend'admitted n> Dr.) To\vnsei" d be, Manufjctu- ptintt-d! in t lilA State once a week for the pono-j oftl'i.c \\ithin their respective coin i.aiiJs, and make returns sec -'I, E A, NE.iScc2)T -I IR 1, S and E., be-1! ever ch.tnei. bin ii dr seirnt-Jit Ibe better mart:Kecnuse The ii.hn.i It l is ;prviunil i.'in'..lio sIf*I*
ii f SjiAapnuila to life prtncipti* ny
HJiaburgh) edition. let > I month.OEOIV3B: S. I HAWKINS I i arcmdin( to law.It lone to David S. Jonts. | Uhenmrrv lint Inc Inteit VMle ut l'i, art hvc..1:\ P..'rcroufli.

TERMS.F Far Better! than Sarsaparilla." Novmiocr 10th. 1 4'J, JuJ c, &,c. I t is al o ordered t that t iboM- person who at t ltd as Al.-o, lot* N.' -l I and! ;5 in fractional: Sec 05. N i. Stc nu. r..tIIin..n in the iuitiC'Clur <>l* tla M lii'f5.ir

r any one of the f"ir Review $i.1Y1 per an. 53In I coiro'uoialion t of the above, read the annexed JOHN .MILTON, Inspectors ot Ihc elect iotI held in October ultiu.o, 2rt: ;, W *, S E i.a.i.l E J, S W 4, Sec 2-i, T IU, K 17, ; Iien.cuiil.tui9iiaay iiii-ir.lU. The aMnpiiritlarn me'l.eiiril |Tni: it rtnr* well. :ami kiMiwn*.m tumcd.|ir.w.t.1>iJ

F r an> two, do. SOO cctnnnm'1ie.Iii'Hi. as Solicitor ft r Cninpi.iiaaat. fcr County and Military Officersalso act as ln-pcc- S and E., belonging lr Ji.hn Miller. j which ar. inert ..r u.rle*,, tiil nthef ntticb if ret* m-d IB y.rpiinns .

rr anY lhr.' t5,. zoo Conclusive and Proof toi sot t Ihe elect ion abov e ordered..Mem. JOHN IL PATTERSON. it fur n-f. t.ri.Inr. trr-kcxtntiu Slot ttiA. wlijh i. ialunntis -
Tosilivc.TKO.M
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- Trstiinony to tho < >Uu>. unic >.( the prnperti' >f Sannnnn. are
For all ( of the Review. Samuel It shall b.- the duly of the holding Tax Collector! for Madison Ciuriiy.N.sember y
our suu MatcoJ WoriJj, ? I. C. UeiUrny, Clerk person- % *' rJ/ati.t iit.i they cut.re'.v' .i>|inraie anti rn I li si ,t. !.:.
*\r HlackwomV M azine.; 3,0ftTor Till: IJCAKlTMIIMtti COMi'AV.ir J.irkso-i County iyof time Circoit Court iii and far the elections in t the various Company Districts, to 'J I, IS W. J it 5 Cm prepitMtiiin. if they are not tirt. eil i.y a m'tt'jc fntut,

Cljckwoadan-l! three Reviews 4J)..0'JJ' :-You arc \\aii1 I that, a* t theoti.. inator of the sai.I l County, do htT'-liy rtitil'v that t Hie foregoinz is live ten wo itrtlv to tU-ne Ii| ;rrr-icJ tti u. niinnf.iciu c M '.J..VJT,

ir Rh'-kwond! niij i he lour Hsvteiri. 1OIi Crafffulrrg CowjniHy, I 1itIpt t hiVir: l lied my. iitienticn 1 .1 I tuuamlcmiict I transcript I Inmi I the original oidcrp public places in said District. Hamilton County Tax Sale. tneie. niter P.Ilmt.1.henL principle ar tnu vtl whieli> ttfaUui fy! nffT utdual vap >r.frufrriut or us an *ih5'I.HD. tli,

2'jumtnts to be ina.le in all tacs i in ,zdriare.S call d to the JIIUIU.HIH: .Mciliciaos |'if.---iilcil I to p -- in cJe ol J.aet:, Y(i'.va vu. Yiccy Y power
CLICmNG I lie public put runaL'e.! I !luno l v% ..tlflnvlith j t much in; f.'rdivoic.j ii; ni.l! Court. Given tinder tny hand (Sovfrnar and Couini amh rinCI,hj.Fhturv II 3 halL for sale, before the Court Hi ** j Any pfMim ein mNiit nr interest the iutroducti I.iti il I tho Ctincliata) i into 1 expose liqunl. which is more f inn ilir C'-l-.r.cf niaiu-r IB t>>i> root tlina
u>i
1'tar copic cf all of the 1 ovvork. will 2, I-.V-t. -1 tev3
any or and private si-nl. tli-Me beii-K tio cal ol cilice thifJlst !
door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County. pies from any tli.nj e-e.! 'h\ cia then .ttiin Ih5; intii..i' tient to on nJdrew olaytneiit: { of the wzuiarmbiscription this country by jonix-if; and au free to say t Ii..t t no Ct.bV of DfH-einber. A. I>. ISI.! Senlinel. Tallahassee, R.'pnl.licjn and New, I rida, on (the tii-t Monday in June next, ( Ib-w'',) bemjr liquid. iMretoo Hilo oi.r iiioliwv) xnil than exit It

for thrc-c-the tuurtii cnj y tieiit.; rati. Uedjfine lanic i> dc! ,vivUy hi ;li a-j your extract .SAMTKL: C. IKLL.\.M\\! CK-ik, [ r.AI..1 Jackson* illcaiid Aigu<, Ocala, wilt publish till diy I lie :K1 day i.f that month, t the lt>llwiii deaciibed SAP.MIIM.A KXTRACr ur SVRtT." But .uvlt ma i-m iatanlrl
Rinuttance and comn'iaicatinn should' b.w'ay .- of that;. imahi.itilc plant. I In M yotrn faini'y I luvt- S. of election. knnwn ni Pmc
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-- fly NATHAN WATSON, 1 C.Janurv property or so much thereof a* will be sufficient 'n j jpav GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSARSAPAPJLLA.
aiitics.rd post-paid or liaakt-d to the Pub- seen it4c\lrj : fi i, > ) 3uiIn the State and County Taxes due thereon lot the .
I .beis. flu tueti flriucl.mt k. For all .u1m.t'j! ints\vhich. Iii Hamilton Circuit Court.
) ear I-t9tovit! : This it >o preiKirvil. that all the ,mm pr..qtg1sm; .f iK. $>'
LUOVHD rc fir't rrnuivnl even tht.is cmi.b.| niicmt l r i.> .
blood 1 d faiielialn County or of fcrmentittinn. la eitrnrlnl a.uii ctcd thne .
far far
?eui inr
79 c Ffi.To.v :Srntcr Ni-w Y.-r'iC < y vtrt/ inpeiiw rj ;
and E. to to William J. Mills.WILEY .
CHANCERY.: pumpuctin belong rf ineii.eitl : iii i
IN particle vir.t.e i wcuri n jar. ami c..enr .oi
to uuJ nil the ilitis IN Chi.\NCIRYl'ALI.TflII Nov. 119.
.Sitr&ttjuu ,
aay vtiIfe djy
rreI(4. \
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: LEE. I'm. ; and thu it 1% rcnilrieit mrapaS.e<>| limnarvy > i. .n-
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----- andieilii thrift alt l..tii! well acquainted. NaUha Ti.a Whitlingtoii, ) Jiil/fur liijvnrtivii and Relitf. Tax A<;rsorand Collector Hamilton Co. able and h<3Kin! ; prnuortint. Trcpiircd U thmsw4). it is ,!,i.de taj

- ir.tii L1TY-sCcUlTy-IEIPET! U2.I. \ J. T. MARSHALL.I t. \. tvtrce.1p1raimo Joseph: B. Watts: -Ailinini'trittor r.f Thcms T. Clr- November J (, It 1C'. -Ii5 fim I Diovt o-\crlul Cure .utir of iiimnsn-raMc in the disea'irs.I .

I Obedinh Wliittin ton. } dy, deceased,
I Henc Ihc teaso hv we he.tr riMitinvit.UiiiMtH 'LI Pill T iit'.tla
$900,000. AX KMIM.XT I.\V.'YLi: : IXNoarnirrui XOUfJIAMl'TO.V. rT! a'j>eJiinz lo the .jiitc1jon of the Couit.byafTiila rs. Hamilton County Tax Sale.EY I IU fivor by iIi.'n. women mid children. We li:. it in t hmia ca-c, t tliat lipliriitm ()!>.'dijli WhitlingtMi Thomas Jone William Bailey, Henry E. Tuniance, I in tlio cure of

THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. the dffitndaiit.rt-si-K'sb oiid (the juri> iie- Peirj t.;. Wall, and Others.AJCTICE virl'ie of the power vested in me by law, I I co.vjif.vpTo.v.n'rr.rsi.i.PI_1I.VT. *nt! m KHKL.V.1T11.V.: : ad.WR')i.irr.n FUL.s. fi row'

Keb 7. lion of I IliiCouit, a'iJ nut of the Slate of Honda, is hmby iriveiilo all per on> interested, 1 shall exp'se for sate! before the Court Hotii-e CO5T/KK.VE5S. all CCT.1.VKUIS KIlL'PTn: .\3, /.u
T., Dear Sii -I Imc long ud; to see you, that( I Itnijht and ii: the Slate' of Ceur ia : His flrJtreJ, That the L\ that I \\ ill attend at ihe Court House, in Jasper, door, in t the town of Jasper, I Hamilton CVi.i.ty, Florida PLF.SULtJf;.. sni all atTortimi- ins ,lr,,ni

N 5T Accumul-ited! Fund, Nov. Mt 1M9, give \o an acciiMtc acc timt ol the retnaika.lld <>aid r.ihraiin; Obuduh Whittin! do appear and on Inc 2th dacf Ftbruaiy next for an examination on the first Monda) in Marcb next I-00, being I IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It .

O'J'3: securely invented in Hind and Moitjca i* cure ol tny oitl\ daughter of a violent case oftcrotuU. pltM.I, answer,or demui to the raid bill of coiiiplaint of the several matters referred to me by the order of the Itli day of that month, the following describe i pn jsie. fmtii*a tnarvehoti. elricnrv I/if S'etnarh.in at!! tum|>'*inf ntn'.nt frs*,,

-- on real estate in this citv and llrouklyn and -locks. Mlif I is now aluioi! t hrec \frsol ;i;e. InFcbiuary within four tiioiilh.o! or the *aid bill will bu taken rcfeienct made in I he above entitled cause.W. properly, or so much Iheieot as will be sut'k-ient to t.on.tifrltio dcterminittiun* .1iiility mu I lilixni f to the bead. vai'muinua trim; imei nt| am tn! *circa herm)*

(the State and Cit t ri.i.h t ov.r 11. t* ) u

Gvcrimmen1. lai.ds. riade t heir api' aranc?, sinl j iieteai-d: with That I the publication! of t this cider be rrnde inoute January 50, 1S.V: 3 5tP enIStj.: to wit : has not Itt eiU-tl) H) Cvt-i* Rn tii4 l .
increa tii htlul rapidity >f her als became Lot No. 3, fractional Sec 21, Lot No. .*>, frdctioiral : ernt'ie prri,) r >n n. rtSaxinf sCricturv 'i u.lUDL't.
This fund IK rapidly inby a widelyctendfilanj : one i ep< > o public nr spjir printed in this State once a -- llH-OHL and rery other \ixtl
;proxpcious business. builly ulcmdrcl, that to il appeal ancr it could ncvi-r r.et-k loi lime period of thn-e month MR7)i1ai;[ Sec :35. Nand E.T 1 R 12, j.uiportinp; to belong to But in nothing i' >v> v\e-l'enc' .xore inniiu'ently le c d acthnn

The Company declared a dividend of profit st>f (fiftytwo aziu be irjtc.red. Th' roiitinued for sit weeks, rour.i-; : s. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.Xr.riniher Felix Livingston. kiowlcdg.'iI tn all k-n>U ami the 3Uttil the I child bun. n.ut t lioiiiilesil.taid j the heait.sof WILEY LEE, FEMALE COMP1AIXTS.It .
percent ou uU existing policies on t ; a t I 1Mb, 1 1HV.
work %woniter m r..r.of Puur.this''r TFt
Januaty, IMS. hr p reuts alino! lu ki-n. I Dui) ing I the -.Thole of JOHN MILTON.! Ti.i.1'II Tax Assessor and Collector Hamilton Co. Ike HVmi. Of'llructtH. Supprns-d. ii /'uia/'iu .'Intnl. ITtiitr i <

All the Profits are divided among the Insured. thipcnod 'e ined SAIKAPAIIILLA IN LAKr.l! Solicitor for Complainant. Notenber2l; JS4'.i.10 Cm tty of the nmintr'iil, |iierI.cI.< .nil t:.. like ; aniii* as ismoat
i.tY.k ''l.Z l ilN, bu! i the ducat.n mint a, rested in in curing all the form of Kiaiey />/c.mm..4.
The piemium* are pjable in cash annually, setniannnilly Groceries & By reniir.2 biructnin%. nnd r.IsmtIng tli* e n :al lyl-
or purletly, uiteres-1. being added tin the tiic !c..o.I. While lime diseaso was Htill M j its, height Sc- r.f /'/ >//./ ,, 1 I,
iktcirc-d merit*. I bap1mmcJ one day Io rail at t the stole ol your very Jack. ni> C..unty, 5"f the Ciicnil Coml I injar.d fcr 1 V friend and the public generally for the liberal received from New Orleans, > alt fi.rnn ofNer
- pi) jit-lit l.'iiiauly atut I in I tin i* ph.ice, and lelatin I ; L the h? has recentd formerly, and for a confinuinceof ,l 20 barrels Maznolia Flour, ou* diseases and debility
The cash principle aJnpted by this Company ee. said C
and thus c'r relie\r of other < tii!
a re'.t virwt in
prcvrnu > \
in I which. child .ifHicted he advised ;
- cures to the parties lor xvtio e benefit the iu>'jiaiicts manner our wn* t true aijil ccnciit I Ir..r .cu1 i;'t! nt I Iheorigin.i) cidori| : ?>- the same, she ca i confide iil\ are elli-cted, the whole d'the advantage % itlIouIcubjetg me t to inakattiii! ol v uur Canehalasna.! I took tit ; -il inci>L' .Mill! I i ha Lliza Wbittin ton V. ipraiinO'je! > t ht coming v'aion nnujiinlly; strict :ifenti' ill be ID boxes Cheese, I fits. C..wtiagtan. Jcc.1C .
the drawback of one bt.I ltle t t hnviu no confidence i in it, hut rotniin-i- (halt \Vhili. iiutoji, iuin foi itirorit'. iiiveii lo her oninss.. lieu table liall not be ..,mr- 2 cak Su ar-currr! Hain,, t cleines thA biiMxl eitiiet the. liver t > henlihy actii .: V them to l.cavy accumulated ; I t ,:niuack., and giiet SOIN! .iiestun.; relieves the U> .'' olU
premium notes. oed pirin it ccoidins to your dnection t<>piinq; (;Ii% .Mi tiiul'-r flY hand! -nd piirite s.'al, .here lieinsno pissed b) any of I Ibis pl.ice.; I Hunters r.ill be con- 10' ke (;(lfii; Rnlter. I >r|>o/ and constipation, kll.ivs iRflxitimjti-n. forifioJ the $ m,

Per on* may elu-cl iirJ'irancc on their own lives ail other incdioinr once, and i in j'M five daIhe I j jwellin eal! ol oilier! ibis 21st! day of December, A. I D., I linujlh emplo\cd! during the winter .or I Ibe wild 5 barrels old Monon ahaliaVhislier) equuliies the cirnil.illon of tiir hliKnl. prs.i.mcns c nhme narwltt
A lAirued innure mg iibl.deciea. d, the uloer ben to heal 1Slft. game of the fore>t and t tr the fvatlurtd fowl ot the 10 Rectified .equally over the body unit the iwiens.M (wfip-mfcon. relaiet
and the lives ot otlicrs. women can all strictures ami tihlr.ess. rcmit, all iutrueb.'ni, and
and he foi hire weeks and j
the life of her hns'iand, the benefit of which unproved rapidly I loonr SA.MIT.L! ('. P.ILL\MY: ('1ik, Ldkc. lOsJcks Giet-n Havana Coffee, lovitfurates the entire nervous )siegu. Is nni this then
very treat juv was appatcntlv! ruied-less tluti l two Her ntes of charge.r! anu nrord and lodrin L"af and Crtishcd Sugars
are s.-curej by Uw for the exclusi! v e use cf hci self or 15} NVrilAN S. WATSON, I D. C. The medicine you pre-cciinently nerd !
children. j botlle. hiaviiig been used. Namin. thiscnsetokotuc. Januar* i>, 1 >"U. !\ am ;* per d.iy, week, month or year, 'shall, I.e atifjcloi 2 bin's.' Brow do. But can any "f Ihrie thinj lie uiit ,.tc.( I*. T wn iura-
and all others dependent salaries of our iicredtiin: > friends, t they. eei7icd Io think t that I ) t to her pjtrt-iis. Dried Apple, Wine?, i.c., &.c. riot article Thi ynunr mnna* liuir.d i> n..t o. l>e
Clerg:'ineii avail hemeL upon ot t the cure tnut t luvc been eflV-trd by I tli u-e ol t tieS A stable, with a Rood oMler, ii attached. .'.lIof which will be sold at the lowest prices bv COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR"S.
arc specially i invited to families I yes be a resource sicuredIrom hUA PA ft LL. and it was n..t easy, mite t IheciictuniUncrs In Leon Circuit Court.IN September'; 29, l IsIU. 3 OmCabinetMaking. GEO. I IL! BESTWICK. because of one C RANt> FACT thai the wrc is IMAFAILLI
whereby their surviving may of DETERIORATION. ..nJNFVER
I to arj'ic a ,aiint flu! opinion : HUT CHANCERY. November 17, IS 10. 4i!
the evils of penury.Pimjihletscvpl NOW FOR THIS I i I'ROOl-1.) When the. child i i SPOILS.
an story of the irinctpIt'* of M u to be petfecll cured we .blopped tivins hi
.
> jourj into I'raeinenls the acm '
sour. liqa'xldinjt. e >
Life Iniurance and "illustrating iia advan .i ewitlj -', __ ri MIE subscriber having taken the Just Received
m. -- ,
I j extinct; kUMpOkiug all uasvafc ; but in l\vein\-nve ;;;; nnit d.imnine| ulhrr puidi Mu'tnot tin hornMe
furiiH of appUcatiwi flh1v be obtained a1 Hieollie I ida\ the kaine eiuptiotis, insuiinz ut the e'c, and Iavi P. IIoRUP. .".dnfr. of C. C. Hall, &c., and c J. Shop and! Ware-Room recently LEWIS Ai AMES' Dru Store, a fresh supply pound he poisomms to the y.lvm T- ITltut f nt mfii $

>f the Company, 35 WdiI 5*., or ol any ut t its t taCL1 i swelling began to return. We v.uited flue d.'viK.I Charks 'I.f1Cc, ft ul, Dcfaulant*. b> Mr. Gerard Yinscihotts, AT New and Yal'iable Medicines-among which | tyti'm alriad i litt nue.,1 mt\ acid What ciu e* t>y3| 1 Ii. all know '
- h acid > w not that H hen fixxl sours In nnr -
!. I see it it would amount to any thing serious. I It increased TT apprarii by afTnlavit Made iu ihiicaus-e thai is pu-psrcd to ManuljcHriall kinds tl Cabinet Fur- ] ale tiii loll wini : achs. what mischief it produces ? fl.uuence. heartburn. p ilalion -

TRUSTEE! *. : rapidly s< beloie. We a in commenced the aid dt-feinhnt, Charles Mapj, resides out of! nittire and l ha Jqt. D. Collins David i'. C.1.iei.; I tnedioiiin and in five the Slate of Flo'itJa. but tiil be sold low foi ci-h.: GEO. DAMON. and cxrruptton cf the hlixxlf What is !*rr. l'uU bin an .
sivins: her jour : days, ((the same in the l.'ni'ed SlaJw : // isOfutrnl BITTERS, I humor in the bujylVlmt pruducei alt the bunmr whifhhrtni
%'rn J. 1h'dlt'l'j Alfml 1'lwaid-, : period o( I tini<: as bciV.ublif) i be_an Io ;:io\ better, That t Ihc ,aid rhiai lea M mp do appeal ai.d Furniture. lep.mcd: at the! shmte.-t) noticeand on Ie5i.jnftl for, amid icill cuie Uvspepsia, Liver Complaint ; oo Eiuptiun* of the Skin, Scald Held. :>ntt Rhrunt. Kr.-
R. II. McCurdv Wai. Uett ca'.l.; *. Jaamry; I ly m, IV 9. 2 CmrPHE White I'ever i <. and all uUrnttinns internnl -
and in ;.t.aout t AM' tees; was well a.jmj. Fiosn that plead '-1 answer the bill!! f.f coinphil.l filed in I t'u'srnnc I : Him I'ile.Arofula, Jaundice-add all kindred spelal. Swtllmsi >re
Clunt and external T It i lv nothing under hrnven. bai n. eiisnbitir.ee.
Tred S.* \Vitiito, Joj.-j'h; I d \ to IhI. the child has been )perfectly >\ell, ,\ ii ii its fo'ir month*, fium t the rilit t ( lie fir C. Vf l 1jfr, Isaac <> Pearson, ] My fatlu-r, l*rac Iludijcs.i ivojlli; Ad-imi, Mass., |)Ujicjti! .in of I hia oidvr, 01 il.e .tidbill will I Lr taken Quincy Male Academy ttalccf blood. i body more or less Wh.i cau'*i Kheumitti, bin a ssnr ft
Jalin: P. YelvcrtonTIICO. henry VlId, PIT'SlCiiN J. re-opened January thi. The r-ccond sessi inwill pine acid Hunt which insinuates. If-elf tetncea the J'.IBU anil al.e-
c'jjfi-sitd Minit
cai)9tat.ee witli t th intention fur him : yV'irWtiThat a ILULL'f LOZENGES
us DR.
it.
# ot {
Sc'd. vxick Vm. d'rne. commence June Cth. Studnits may enter at where irntitmz and inttaminf Ihe delicate iiu.s no-ia whict
Ldte rMCib4ufoi'; licr. buljis e were it,in,; your rncdicine ropy of this oidt-r be pu'>Ii..tud in une i.cwpap'i. | | i ijubli time the and, alter the secoi.d week Tlicsafest!, most effertual, and pleasant preparation ; It acu ? !S<> of nervous diseases of impurity of the UIMN "Iitrnofed
CoHitH during
U. : Cut4 an
5ary:{ Si't Jana: MilU-r with M.-CL' act: the child nupfociii rapidly, | !>hed in TalluJiass', for the Pl.ace i ol lour of'the) session they year will be charged only from the before the public, for the eradication of U'osais, ill bum.tti cireulutiunj, and nearly all ihe ailments v.Imw. aQ.o
'ii.
30t4.1 OHiure.
; he did cundciuu it but helL hi< mzom.I b s. Children Adult !
not own >re.sciiplion or
| be had at Now is U
WaJ.vvort'i David A. C.omntoc1. lime ol entering. Boaid mav prices vary nut Durable to mike and sell, and injimttif m*
J.i1ir. tube used in ease our I'.xti.irt tailed. We iud no THOMAS BALTZCLL, J jc.DatfdN'ivembei month. For fuilher pailicu- HULL'S COUGH; LOZENGES tome this
S. M Cornell Robwt Shuyler, occasion foi it, and 1 ati sure hit mil now rccornvourinfdiciriB S, 1S1t.> ing from $o to $IU per hich may he obtained Will rHf.vtNT ConiU.Tiptioo, and CURE all cases of! &OL .-...G, FERMENTING. ACID "COMPOUND*

(;otfl'. M. Wilkint, Jmne Chamb"r, in iniil.ir cse. A true copv from the oiijpnal. lars see printed catalogue, w K. II. STKWAUT, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of| Blood, P-aii's in the Side, OF S. P. TOWNSEND,

John Y. !L. Pruyn, Jamp1m Tuckertnan, Your O'e.beI.t. at.I OSCAR A. YKR", Cl?rk. by application' to Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary ComDR. i nil! yet ha uon'il u>n hnv<- it un.lrr'.mn'ci that Old I),. Jicott
J411. 2g., IboO. 3 Piincipal. Towneiid's (iinumt On .S1Sd.e4. 1 ls IMITATION
I'ceJ.Vhitt1ce N)1 11. Giinnoll%, final an
ii'iici K J. noDrc.s.M November I I IS4C>. -1G tin of his infermr ; :
p'r'arttion
- I |
Wot. J. Buukt-r m
Oharlei Ely, Reward. -Jn- \lt\\ro lorbiil that we imilj deal! in an article whico witRljt
Juhn C Crurer. Eugene Dutilh, Attachment.In $20 HULL'S FEVER AND! AGUE PILLS, .ir I'm iimM ili>lintrewm>>!ance t<> f. P,Tiiwnseniftartte/*.'
- Walter! Joy/ IVancisS Lithrop, n. H. V> INFLOW, HAXKKn, WALL sT., X. V. I'NAWAY from the residence of the subscriber, Well known Safe, Ceitain, and Effectual Cure j and n hich shuuld brine 4'w n n-i'in the Old! l>r,such a inuuntnia
New: York ISIS. JtttHcr'f Courlfoi M DLifiict Lean County Jl as a load of coni|>i.iinis ami criminations, from Agent who have told,
Alfred Pelt, J. O. ThaI eber. Sept. H, oj four miles West r>( Quincy, on the Stbjlay of for teber anil A gmme, Chills and Fever, Intermittent i and ptmrehitsems M ho have used !*. I'.Townsend's FEKME.NT1M;
- J05EIMI R. COLLINS, 1'rttidtnt.ISA To J Fiftleiu'L A. G.;.ty E q. : F'ranciII. riaKs.Azent and Tins- )) Jaiiuaiy, IbOO, a Imegmo moan named NATHAN, aged and allother Fevers. Price reduced to Seaenty-fice COMrOUNO.Ve .
\Cn! ATT, Serretury.JOi. My 1)e.r. Sir-I checilullv rotnply with! )our re- tee for his wile, Mary 1.\ YAnwint\ \ ofilebtr about lhiry-fi\e! year, tnhit compltcied: rather below Cents J'or. \ wish u nnJer'UHxl. bcraii' It is th* aVo/atc trU. that

- BLUNT, Convenor.JAMC qicX in aCkflOV I' tlgi4, wiili l oth.>is, t the benefit *. j. t25 00. a medium height, and! lick set. Any person ap- The per above Medicines, fresh and genuine, a re for sawnU P. P. !Townawnil's itre kmrn-vidt arlirin and Old d Dr.Jitcob Tow njrryl's Site that
a* i'fivtelv iiiitmlftr.
< IL- rAM.JLlAs't.: ., TalU'aas.ee.Jannarv wbi'-h i have deriv.I trom the me f f your Extract [ roteclion Iiuuraiue Cuinpanx of ) piehendinq aid negro, and seeming him so that I sale by LEWIS & AMES they are unlike in every particular apart h-ivmj aulune single:lhn|

19. tS' ). 2 y Cjuclialagui"or California. 1'l.it.t. ItsefVcts up. New Jeisrv. J JI can get him, hall have the above rcwaid. TalUba ee, Fa. la eummnn.
oil tnv i>)stem aid evident and giahifbing: and have '1 IIK 1 i: defendant and :ill I fit'ierz iiittr. sted sr< bet e- JESSE GREGORY. For certificates of recommendation and other information As S. r. Towntend is no doctor and never was. itehemhr. I>

Middle Circuit of Florida. tiidmvd 1U0 to I lecomiiit-nd il u>fto iny I liiends ; and I-I. by not i fitd of the commencement of I ibis I i mil Quincy; February 2,1S5D.' 4 concerning the above Medicinessee, future than no any pharmaceutist other cuiimion.-knows unscienuiic.n more UAi of>n median>lessi<>nitk or Biau Aseve -

1lizb1h Furl, ) 1 an ;plv..se l to a* ure you t that in no instance have by attachment, rdunubli! to a .hi-lice'* Court to beheld advertisements, and pamphlc'.s, which be obtained what fii'tranttt can the public hava thM they i\re rrcjivr? *
diry lull tom: Partition of Land.Zjchariah 1 been di-ippnintcd in it i elhcacy. I .I> rs. artcleso.mI
and which
m prrparinjit
C. Fort. ) tny coia'ulenre in its I rcmaikablemedicinul% quali- 0. 1 IS.'jU, and to 3| pecrind plead tn I he same. months after date, I shall ;present my accounts March 18, 1IIS. 55 might reader them the AGE.NTSof riinca.oble bmarac.mn-ie.iaI| nfchanfriwhich

ealinfactorily to the Court that Za1.is. tie*, and to stale that 1 believe it will! be luund (o be4n Given under iny hand and sealbid( the Hist day of SIX vouchers I'> the Honorable Court of Probates | ,Mi-_ ___ _. ._ _,. _L_ -Jim.r_ benlth.

- 1 appearing aiiab C. Foil, the defendant, does not reside j inthi excellent lemedy iu snot| cases ol di-ei5esol t the December, I' TJ. for the County of Leon, nnd ask for a final set.| Drugs Medicines &c. But WhAt ee shnnld beexprcuj from one who know. will'Inttcympuritircly
,
liver kidneys alFfCtiuns. and aUiiu of liietlicine or d sea; e Itre'n-re' a Krefsiniii <
a'i'l puhnoiuty
in |
-' Slate, bit the Sta'c of (;enrgi ia : It i* Ofdtred, IIDWARD M. WKST: [aEAL.) tlement and di-charse as Executor of the la't will eiperirnee lo CINI* sod 'erve up even a romiti ilereil
That the said Zacluiiah C. Fo.t and all other peroa the punfi'Mtion of the blood, V.c. That \our Justice of the Peace. and testament of William! Turner, deceased.MATHEW EDWARD BARNARD, JR., 1i eaI. How mnchuiiireimNirt| r.tis it thai the person* he toil
tneiit in time I i'lti'oduction. ot) t this i invaluable plant January 5 i, IS-). 52! 3m TURNER. lUclure medicine, desiKnvd i'r
in ihe of which paitition i iS >
interested premises niav be apnrfcidtcd!, is I Ihesiiicete v\i ihi of'f..ar. 2 1' 50. -1 Otn TJAS received, by the late arrival", a WEAK STOMACHS AND EXFXEBIXD STSTFMS,
Bill th and the Mid February -
.ou:ht by thi appear answer *i'.cenly, R. II. WINSLOW. -- addition to hi* stock of GENUINE sbeu'id Attachment.
)Uillof Complaint in tin e.te filed, within three Puinphlcr-- (.ntaiIHII; a desciiption of California DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of lu.ianer .if s-c-irins *nd conreniNitme lUeir heuima irtnes.
month! from the date hneof. t together v\ilh I i inteiestiii i I ini"oim.ilion. in In Jitsticc** Court, Second li diet, Leon County.ChaiksT. Notice.rpIlI which are of good quality, Ivicfor CYwA. also the an m exte.is.,e Luu'.t!icd.of the ari>Kis diseases w hirh sT i
i itatiomi ie- human sy>b>ui.an: h-iw to nit:t|>l rrmrt to the e d.set'ei'
The premise* fur partition, <>l lhich the Hill! i is to the C.ctmt %(: i'senarkaI,1ecflicjcsud Daiby, ) : subscriber having fitted up the TANERYin Alsoon hand a generaL assortment ot the following It U U> aue.t IMtidiUpon: thu unlbrtua.-ua. ... pnur nnlni InUsvoumied

tiled, U kno\\naud dcscnbi-d! a< the f'j1iojmIreh s cuics.aie G1YEN AWAV at the AGENCIES.: r.i. > Amount of Debt, $50 00. in this place known as Baker's Tanvard.tm which are warranted genuine, viz : 'iuan'it>. In kiniilt )nve lo he leigi.unn bosom. la>
of land lung anti bring in the County olLenn.Stteof hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER restore tie.itlh and bloom, anti .'& ".,im. Ik* cru.hnt and brikeninil -
4i paioe TiiadJem I D. Van Iion. ) now on llouck'ft Panecea, Rowcn.1 Improved Tonic Mix-
LEWIS AMES to trinish that OI.I 1tmItTVSEDhs
& inlirmity ) I'i.J \
. Florida, t to it : l E i N \V i, Scc21v ; .Sold by i'a1lshiaee. liumida.Octob.r r pi l I IE defendant and ill others interested are hcre1. lor sale ; and will have fine BOOTS and SHOES hire, Wistar's BaKun of Wild Cherry Brandreth's bOL'GHT and FUU.N the opportunity auJ aieaas U>bri*(

i N W 1. Si-c JJV; i S V.Sec22 ; all in TJR 0 1643. Agent*,S'J Cm 1. by notified f.f f the commencement, of this Miil made to order. He has on band a superior article of Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathaiiic, Camphor, hU

- N.ndW. by attachment, rcluinable to a Jiiitice'* Court lo be doubled-soled! NEGRO SHOES. He would here return Worm, Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland's Grand Universal Couceutr.>fd
It M further Ordered, TImt t a copy cf this onler his thanks to the citizens of Gadiden and time 1sisiedy
held at Tallahassee! on the ISlh day cf l-'ebniary, A. Celebrated Fevcrand Agin* Remedy. Lucema Cordial,
once a week U-r the space cf two months r. P. LEWIS Counties for their and within the reach,and t<> the !Hnawlrdu of all whi. >*.%
past patronage
- published I). 1S50. arid to appear and. plead lo the same. adjoining say Thompson's Eye Water, McMunns" Elixir of Opium, ; they inxv Icain: and k-iow, by >i\fu* eiperienc II-
.- i i1 some newipaper printed in the city of Tallahatec *- \rrJT] Given und<-r my hand arid seil, Ibis 13th day of lothcm that he. will continue to manufacture Lea- I S.md Sarsaparilla, Turners Fever and Ague Pills, 'Iramceudeut I'oiver to Heal
Suic aforesaid. timer Boots and Shoes, at his old stand in Gadxleu
December, Ibi'J. Tvler's ditto, Gordon's Billiou* and Anti-Dyspeptic
THO.MAS! RALTXELL! Judge. HAVING dt-tertnined to eh.intre his location frrin IDWARD: M. WF.ST, County, near Quincy. He will be ilad at nil times Pills, Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic PilN, Pefer>* and Sold wholesale! and l retail l>yTHOMI'SOX.

Itt February, 1SV.'. ille, Ga. to Tallahassee, Fla., would Ju-tico of the Peace. exchange any of the above uiticles for Oak Bark, Spencer's Pills, and is Agent for S. P 'fov ncend'c SKILLMAN & CO.,
A true copy-Atlrft, rt-'pecllullv tender hi. prule, ional service* to time Hides, crippled negro boys, or his own paper.
December 15, IS 19. 19 3m celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at $1 per 102! Nassau street, New YoiA
I.- OSCAR \. MYERS, Clerk. citi/A-n* of tUin and t the uiri-uiiding. country. I lie J- Good! Boot and Shoe makers, of steady habits, bottle. Alio, superior Lemon Syrup prennred trrrn '
,
) .2 2rn M'HiticHIo Madi' and 1Imomr,... ville nd by LEWIS A M I.S, $
TVhiuarv g. IMP. will visit on, can have eflilluVment.
_ p'iie Curie or Lemon Acid, far pre'erable frr the
- U. S. Marshal's Sale. Ca., whric he will be prepared Io prarlice his. pro- Notice. w. IL MCMILLAN.TallahaiseeFebruary sick or ordinary use than that usually sold, London Agents, Tallahassee!

le *ion in all il; various biaiichv hijiing. hum tiiuny month* after elate, the undercigned will apply> 2.1 S')0. 4 ly Porter, &c., &.c. April 21. JM9. If-Iv
- BY urtue cia writ of fi. (a. issued out c.fthe Dintrict years. expel iciicc ill the science lobe able to give en- SIX the I Hon. Jude of Probate fur I t.eon County -_ June 10, ISIS. 47

Court ol the United Slater (orthe Northern t lire %ati>lacli iou. AU opt-iatiotK will be wai ranted. for latteia ot
  • District ol Florida. on a judgment for t he turccl.iure Ladies \ .tiled on at their reidt'rm.e.
    \
    Mm net. t-en. deceased. HARTFORD! CONNECTICUT.T1UILDINGS Just Received substantial, anti cheap Dlackiuilhu e
    of mortgage In favorof Itobcrt llalicrsham, plaintiff, Itfferen. :-!Drs.) I). A. flranduim. A. W. Preston, JOHN R. HART, Cx'r. kinds done at (lie Shop near my Stable.
    55. John J. Maxwell, defendant, I will! expose for S. S. Adatu J. II. Hill, Kev. P 1'. Smith, Thomas- September S, 1M9. 25 Gin Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house A GENERAL ajtortm'nt of Glas and Crockery- cupietl last ear by Miller & Brokavv.
    .13 insured aiint lows bv tire. r\. and for sale S. F. BURNEY.
    ele. before the Court )House door in the city o' Tal- v ill c.Iis.. ; ware, by January 20, 1SJ9. S A. A. FISHE
    1atieenn1ONflAY the 4th day of March next, ) W. J. Drumon and J. I IJ.! Pope, Madison' Court % LEWIS k AMES, November 3, I19. -13

    tb following named nern tlave : I House.O! Notice. January_ ( 1?.">0. 3 Agents, Tallahassee.

    tVg y, aged about 00 years ; Afirippa aged about ( Office at Mr*. J. L. Demill/*. SIX months ailtcr date, I will apply to Ihe lion Co.Partnership.rpm S. S. Knight

    43 years ; Tcrahaged about 33 )varn ; Ambrose, aged Octubr 13, IblO. -lo Ctn of Probal fe'r' time Count) of Jeler( i>* .for Bagging, subscribers bavin* associated themselves In. WILL continue business at his* old st srd, rfci"*

    _ about 50 year J Rachel!, aged l abimt 14 >er ; letters nl disir.iijion us administrator of AndvrnuiiSntcd AND SALT, for sale byMcNAUGHT In the APOTHECARY LINE OF BUS1NESS hopes wait m such of hisfiier.das '"

    Jane about i2 ears ; .harry. aze1 about JQjears t ; Tin Manufactory. Ute of *aid County, deceased. ROPE St ORMOND. under the firm of NASH & TAYLOR, respectfully heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, J *

    Alice, aged aboutTI yean; aud William, aged about engaged ad j'tional wixkncn) we aie WILLIAM SXP.ED. N'ewpoit, January 5, 1S50. 52' solicit the patronage the citizens cynerallv. ing that all shall have geod articles at lair prxer

    1 ear. I. prepared jo'lill all orders inJoufcline ,in a Jcffeison County, October .'0, 3ti. -11 CuQ3X They have ordered, and are expecting in a April 2S 1549.17_

    Levfe'd'w-01 ai time property inorlsaRcd by said prompt and atisfacht.ry mannir. All orders (memo Garden Seeds. fc\v"iiay. a general assortnient of MCDI Cl N E.S, &c.

    lendanti* and to It .iMd; to <>ati-dV aid writ of fi.*fa. the count i j will receive ittmnied'ate attention. A Notice. LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS uf the best quality. The) intend to ell cone but Pure Sulphate of Quinine

    JNO. T. &IYRICK. Marshal, liberal discount UIM.-H lo nu-rclM d> and dcilein.T moutliH after date, 1 shall apply to the Honorable A just received from the celebrated garden of G such as are food. lIE subscribers have on hand two hurcl'-! sr-d

    S.. _jy!" Cto.' W. lltrcMi.NB, D. M. WIHTF.4.CO. L; Jrt'je of Probate i io and for the Count) uJelTVifon R. Garretson.on Long Island. For pale by Their store ii oppo-ite the Court House, on Mon T fifty ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, I ir.: f
    Febrn? 1s >. I June 9, Ibl'J.' 23 f.ir sr.y cischarge as one of the Administrator LEWIS &. AMES. roe street, adjoining the Post Office. have obtained direct from the manuJacluif.s a:-

    ,.- -- .5 "Notice.tpIluti1erinedbein of Williuiu Bellamy, late of said Ci.unty.de- January 5, IS0. 52 MILES NASH. they will warrant it to be a superior ar'ticlf

    Fruits &c. ceciet. SMITH SIM KINS. JUNIUS L. TAYLOR. VVe have enlarged our stock cf Drug atd Ji

    anxious close his trur.L Jet!.',bOll Crnnly, January IU.) I 1S.W. 2 Cm Pain Killer. December 22,18-10 50 cines by rfcentani alsard are prepared tc etCl

    _, 'caulNe'attorn; at Madison Court House, oflVrslor RAISINS, ORANGES LEMONS supply of Perry Dava' Pan Killer,just orders for articles in our line.atvhoekaleor) rt asl,

    wle hN entire stock, conMntinjj of a genual annulment ) ONIONS, Notice. AFRESH and for sale by .MoNaught & Ormond on the mot accoianicdat ing term*.

    of Goods u!u ll> H t iii country utoie, APPLES:IRISh, POTATOES months aiter dale, I will apply tu the Honor WHITE & CO., Agents. for sale, Irish Potatoes, yellow planting, We have alo few accounts yet due to us for
    together with the utorc house I.t. and fixtures.Anv .- I SIX Probate fo' tin November IS19. OFFER Northern and Western 1817. They are generally in small erv. '*-
    MACKEREL in half barrel and UttPICKLED jude: uf County of Wash 17, -13$ sear
    _____ person, dexiruus cnteiinjj into a lucrative and! REEI TONtiUF 11151011! for letters of f dismnisioim from the adminiitra Half barrels No. 2 Mackerel, .,- .. ,. but if the whole could be paid shortly it v v:

    jiiftf bailne would do w,U to look at the >tf ckasit rceeheJ amid for sslely I I Iitit lion of the fitafc of Malhevt! Tucker, decca.ed.HENRY TUST received and for ale three barrels Roe Her- f\ Codfish, Midlet/and Box Hernrg t. ,, fur towards liqnilalingreitain Mms tshmcl! j'
    ofirrcd an the most favorable errn J ?' '. LEWIS fc
    will be S JOHN MdO'CALLj ONHAL tiJ'g'.uy'r' ; V rr i S. S: KNIGHT. Cheese in"Boxes.: fr. 1 -..

    ; 5' H. cor.r.I !'. % l.e':. 5'i Cn: t Jn'iarr it'.1). ? Nipott, Janujry \ ISW. 52 .piiI2'S
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