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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: March 2, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY HILTON DYKE TALLAHASSEE FA. SATURDAY MAECH 2 1850. VOLUME I---NO. 8. i


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J.KTTKKrii i Vmance of such a duty ; or that prescribesand Southern Convention; before any overt act of I ) whatever: source it may come, and when who will recommend the best policy to be adopted remain at civ pst. and resisr. bj ,allUwrlul' I

i, : #M 1 UK: I defines the powers< and duties of such delcgatcs aggression on Southern rights and institutions driven to the last trench and beat down by and which will ell uhlll'l's be approved and 1 act- mf'an5rhf"con"Uhlm"hono'' measurNhoafile to the _
IN CONGRESS.WASIUXCTOV when elected or : is brute td upon by all Ihe Southern Slate We shall interest of mv Stale, nome of which muiLptoye fatal V
<\TI0X I nppOICll I very has been committed. force, regardless of right and justice, and;
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rlml.lm.l i clear thus show what is the ultimate determination of to the further continuance ct J the Confederacy.But
to my mind! tl.at I no mom power More than fifty years ago, abolition petitions the head of the Executive "Department of gov the ;people of Ihe South and the responsibility as the sentiment of Congress i against US.2nd t.

V CIT' D. C., J or authority! in this matter thin: any pri ""cr Pr'sl.utNIIO and debated in Congress, ernment" can or will "not apply an enduring will rest with Ihe NorthernSlates to dissolve the as measures ol compiomue can only be carried by t.

1-VliruaryO. lS;) $ vale\ citizen of f the Commonwealth! and that and thirty years ago, we witnessed! an agitation check"-when all the J'arrier5lId defencesof Union, or to do justice to the Southern poll ion ol I II the influence of men who are candidate for the V

Tv iIi'< Hxcclloncy THOMAS HROW.V, an act on my part: in my official character: I brought about i by this very identical UVmnt /. the Constitution are beaten down and the I lie Confederacy. Sooner or later, Jell-preservation rr*idelll'Y, and who regard more consideration of f ,
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will render the adoption of the ClII1. recommend 111l"JrI''ril.nat popubritv! in Stat -*or sections which
Governor of the State of rioriila : to an election ()delegates: to such I I'rocijsonextion; in offensive South shall be a. V
procure uCony a more shape, deprived of her equal I rights
\ absolutely nece. ary. I fear il wt' delay, WE' cast t the largest vote than the appeals ol justice. I
5m.-Kwnts: daily trans-piiing mlii.: =t the) union, would be an Usurpation alike dangerous which convulsed this Government: to its centre. under the confederation-then will those who nay be too lute.Ve are better prepared for action havelillle hope that my resistance will he aviilirg. J t.'

ra'lh'' ditliiji'iu' iti I the Northern Htal. of : and censurable.I I The opinion that Congress possesses the have brought about this state of things have now than we hall be at any future lime. And il I look Io the action of time people of the Southern ,

:lin" hostile tn tI! social: Mruclmo of the I consider< "uch a Convention, as revolutionary Constitutional: right to abolish slavery in the incurred] the guilt and shame of the wanton j is better for all concerned; thaI I!tie tiilierenl sections Slates as t the only means of permanent security. V

I.yjilicra. communities'! and indicate) a m\u: in its tendency! and directly agiinst the. Distric of Columbia, and of course in the destruction of this )beautiful firm of government another.i t of.fieconfederacj should lull ly ni.dtrstandoiio I have the honor Very respectfully lobe, ( fr< ,.

;ring purpose (unsettling t the senility of hlavc spirit if not the letter of t the COlltitut ion of the fort?, dock yards and arsenals (, the U. S., -admiration ofthe world and the last refuge i have hE'en.lit yon know, opposed) ) to the calling Your obedient servant.E. _

pjwl1Y. and ctipplingthe growth and! pro- United States, which declares I that no State has been publicly declared I by eminent statesmen and hope of civil liberty-:and upon their of a Southern Convention, but my mind has undergone C. CABELL. '. .

the s1n..lllt.llg States, liy every shall enter into any treaty, nlaIH'l or confederation some of whom have since had conferred head will rest the curse. Then can you return an entire change. Independent ol the fact that (E-n. THOM BBOW.N, r
thc! my State is pledged to "j join the ether Southern' : Governor ot the State of Florida.
means anJ appliance legislation of ; nnl the expoundersof upon) them the highest honors in the gift of to your constituents with a clear conscience States," I consider this Convention essential ihe _. -- -

Con ri"'s can: ) aflurJ.Tin1 ; Constitution seemed( to understand this this nation ; so that I can see nothing new assured that the honor, liberty and security of the South-to the preservation ol the Pay Your Debts. g

Federal< Constitution: of Government; < subject fully in the course pointed( out as prop that has occurred in the aspect of this agita welfare of our beloved State have been properly Constitution, and to the perpetuity or continuanceof I. If you wish to acquire, the reputation of .

\i'iel1j'ii Iiy\a )hos'ile Mtllr majority, i io ca. cr to be pursued( by the Slates, to opp..l encroachments ling qii<>stit.n which should. call forth at this defended, and leaving to the people and the Union.It beifiir an honest man, pa// your !(! .

nj'ileof' being Ill uiiJ undoubtedly, : will !be. l by I the FCll1'rl ( nyc rutnent.I .- time such extraordinary) ant revolutionary! ) the State Legislatures of the South, under God, I of is to the be Southn an advisory; to let body t the country, to difine know the po..ition what 2. If you would avoid! bringing disgrace up- V

come, the instrument, of our degradation< : and I In treating upon this subject, Mr. Jamitol measures. to devise the rightful remedy. we want"and what we shall demand: not to threaten on lIlt religious parly you belong to, pay your V _

ultimate ruin, if timely preventives are not says : The separate Governments: a confederation From the time this slave question first made I am, with high respect, your fellow-citizen, but Io warn the people of time North ol the consequences debit. ,


\ art satisfied( / tint na effectual or rnlu- Feudal Baronies, with advantage in little! cloud 1 like a man's hand," until the present lIon. Messrs. YULUK, MORTON, and of !heir of this Representatives.Convention will Another be Io enable and prime Ihe Delegates object and be charged thrIr\\vej.t| price for your goods, : V

riMe check. upon thin asyrrssirr and injurious, "their favor, that from the reasons already! explained I t time, when it has become :black cloud CARKLL. fiom all the Southern States to devise and (propose ,never delay lf> pay your debts.

,vndcney in the aftol: of f the F'derl: dovcrnacnl they will generally possess the con. of thick darkness impending over this Union, ------ to the Southern people the mode and measure 4. If you wish to obtain such credit as your

ran or fci applied Inj any of the tic- lidene.e-( and good will of the people, and with and casting a deep gloom O'er the prospects LlrrEItcr HON.. C. CABELL. of redress"in certain contingencies : to place business may require, be sure to pay your

larlmfnlK trJ rl ldmill.'tc its powers.'c\ so important a support, will be able efiectu- of the future, i has been one continual con HOUSE OF RKPIU.SENTATIVES ) the entire South in a position to act in conceit and debts. i V
with :
decision should the Congress of the United
th'us/ reference to ally to all encroachments of the Fcd- flict of words between the and February \\-1th ISO J 5. If would
remain V
,edcancc 1rnpo'itiol fri/lut oppose a1)oltionist. SIR-An anxious ohseivance of events transpiring States pass a law degrading to our section, which, you on terms of friendship .
ike rf/A/OTvi/io/j/ of those now hereafter oral Government. The Legislature will agitators of the North, and politicians of around) me, has forced the conviction on mj in Ihe expressive language of Ihe Virginia Legislature with those you trade with, pay your fI

!/ admi"i.r the Socernmcnt, but ax 7r.
.Gl s&'vj{ram the inherent characJcr ofrnr llitralvirm discover the danger at a distance, and pOSe -experience has brought no knowledge. section of the Union I in part represent, are endan last extremity." [In nch event, the Union will and 6. If you would avoid embarrassing others
should be dissolved),and we should be prepared. But f
which mint, ill all its departments, even- '. ses-ing nil the organs of ch'i power and the"confidence Thl' Northern ]llilical, gaining: confidence gered.rid.i, I feel As il the to Representative be a duty to admonish the people my con.tituenUnf of Flo-- Ihis preparation and this position of the South will who are depending upon the settlement of your V

I fui//V'//; // > the influence of the dominant; sec ofthe people, they can at once in this wordy assumes a more threatening Ihe peril to which they arc exposed, and not endanger Union. It will add to its lIeetll ily. accounts, pay your debts.

lion: IJnorgctic Estate: action-the action of adopt I regular plan opposition, in which tone, and the Southern politician, to through you, I beg l leave respectfully to address to Thee, is at the North an abhorrence of slaverj-a 7. If you wish to prevent mistake and Jiti- : _

the people of the South through their several "they can combine. all the resources of the keep even pace, must become more violent in them a short communication. present purpose to restrict it as much as pos-ible, to gation, keep your accounts well adjusted, and : _
circum!cribe its limits, and impair its value; and an
State organization': '?, i is the only, power capa. community. They can readily communicate his manner of resistance, and threaten still riot The over spirit the Northern of abolition States fanaticism, seems the to run earnest de!ire to effect its "abolition every where." pay your debts. .

hit' to cope with the fpi, it that now overprc.ids with each odl'l in the different States, and 10/lc until, in this war of word?, we hl those States to encroachments impelling and aggressions peopleof But while this hatred of slavery exists, the sentiment 9. Ifyou wish to aid in the circulation of I

the ortllr State*, and which sub. unite with their common forces in the pro- come to swear as terribly AS Uncle Toby says which not only j jeopard the Union, but threaten the of love for the Union is more intense in the money, never let cash remain by you, but pay
"lection of their Flanders. And still I believe foundation of civil in the Southern hparts of a majority of the Northern people. II debts.
jugate* the Government ef the Union to its common liberty. the army did in very society, your ,
abolish with to the
they can cripple or slavery safely
mad and unjust; purpose An organized: re. I If the object of the Nashville Convention that this)glorious! Union will firmly ant safely States.The compromises of the Constitution me,we fear, I Union, they will do il ; but, if they see that the 9. Ifyou would do Io otll'I rs a* jot wish ,' V

finance< promptly! (developed, and well and be for the redress of grievances, would ask' weather this storm. about to be entirely disregarded, and Ihe rilits ol South is determined and prepared re-ist aggressive them Io du to you, you ought to pay your f *

wisely directed, on the pa; It of the Southern if :more effectual nvrle cOI1! be pointed out I I nnst t acknowledge: that I do not comprc- the South, guarantied by that sacred instrument, no action, they will not endanger the Union ; they debts. _

States! may: ald.! in our op'tiion: will eenuiatc than that indicated] by foregoing quotation I j hcnd what} is intended to be implied by hal longer respected, much less secured or enforced. will deoist. They will comply with our reason ble 10. Ifyouvi h to stand clear of the charge
demands will do will
in 1 1rQuld not the expression of an opinion resistance i &c. TIle aiticle of the Constitution, intended to secure ; they us justice; they cease of 1 ly and false
arresting aggression upon our ju"l organized promptly developed, Io slave-holders the of fugitive slave, the agitation of Ihe slave question ; they will giveus log making excuses, pay your

rights! under tu Constitution! ; in providing (f. or a determination by the States, in th'irsovereign If nothing more is meant; than anolll'r wordybroadside without which, Ihe Federal recovery compact never could repose for tIme present, and security for the lu- ddts. ,

(ffctive guards against lie ilanger! in the (fii. I capacity: be calculated to carry : to be fired from the batteries of ihe have been formed, i i8 almost a dead lelt. r. Most nf lure:' They will do tl i is uninfluenced by fear, (for 1 1. Ifyou desire to pursue your business V

I dire, and thus in preserving, i the continuedunion more wl.ilht. UI.lln! command. more respect, Southern Convention "to provide eliT.'Ctiial the lion slave-holding States have passed laws, un- the men of the" Noith arc as brave as are Ihe "sons with peace of mind, pay your debts.I'Z. .
of South but saned :Jove of and
the ,
of the States, which ale now ascciatedFederal than and proceedings of an irrc-pon- giuids: against like dangers in future," I think tIer heavy penalties, again.-t; the exercise of that devotion to the)Union by, a hallowed by so many country endrar- : If in the expectation of death, you

I ;in sible Convention< of Delegate( ; *, assembled! j it is entirely t < all )rti\' riht, according" ._nn.:: to'.. the. provisions. ,, 'L ol the act. .of. Con.o. ins associations. would like to have your affair in a satisfactory -
I (ompac. _. ss.anri.prm.. uiessoi i ('j j, t\ii nun their limns, ann wiuie u is
Influenced( by : similar urprcssinn 01 what ] from a portion of the States, without any presciibed : Are we not told : is (hue that the U. S. Cuuit?, as far as I am aware, It has been ;suggested that it will bo time for lie condition, pay your debts- '

I!I the present exigency i cll'mll't'r! general: \ powers or duties, and subject to "no I openly! avowed 1,)Northern members of Congress have: rendered damjgcs against parties \\ho obstruct shall South have Io hold heen a Convention consurnmaNd.when It some will talal then measure be too 13. Ifynti wish to do what is right in the V

,i nvnvmcnt( < is being( nude, as your 1'iccellcncytsd control ? to allow 10 more slave-holding States (he exercise of the right ofrecl.1mltion"cnsuils late to do what we now propose. We wish to pTt. sigl.t of God and man, you must pay your
But it i i' said, that the States hire" acted into he Union and when sufficient have been brought,yet the Constitutional right ofrecovpiing lCbS.I .
e tiltle*< apprized, for a convocation of the) byResolutions admission: ( a I Ihe live is vhtuilly: dtfeatccj] tj the vent the passage of laws which we are pledged to (

;, czrieved States in ((',"invention. Mississippiia 1 { Reports and .\
@ proposed< that the meeting should take tluev (the North) \\illnot believe the States admitted to give the requisite majority, the to entire away, and Io sow the seeds of discoid and we should be PHFP\RF.D offensive torexi.; the. should! IOU have taken the benefit of the
consummation ol I
plnce! at Nashville, in Tennessee, on the u'rM are in earnest, and( beau what they say.-" ellbrt:, will be mide: ] to amend (the Constitution I insurrection among our slaves. Denunciation of the Upon the heir solemn measures Act," ifou have the means jou are not a
I Southern Stales, true to ( pledgesshould
Mondiy: in .June next. Virginia, Alahuma..Smith ; Then what inure CI uld this proposed Southern; auti I abolUh slavery! in the States where it now South and their is continually Representatives indulged the in floor by Nurlhcru of both Houses men act, and not talk. Consultation and preparation just man unless you pay your debts.
on
: ('arnlina and Georgia< are underwood Con\'eutiollO] to nnke them }believe we arc in exists ? If such be their determination, what uf Congress, v\ilh a view to bring odium unon may precede this consummation, but action, rt ;,,- '.1'o enable you to pay, adopt the following

already\ to have ropomled! by a formal pro. earnest. unless, indeed, it i is to be consilcrld. absurdity it is to talk about providing efteclual our people, and to destroy our institutions.: Insult lance must follow, unless we are willing to be subjected advice : .

MMtm i for their rr-},fct th't r<'jH"j i emulation'; in I audio consider it' olf a Ikroluioiu'irq. bo-ly ? : guards (l by a Southern Convention) againstlike :and i ignominy are sought to be heaped upon us, and State to the be scorn slow to and resolve contempt but of should the world.be ready A Lot your food, living, and equipage be

that C"n\ntiul; and Mary I iand, Tell's (I. What more cou'.d' it do tlnii to rc-tesolvc and I dangers; il the fiiture," for the purpose of I agitation H persisted in the in moat, with dangerous the avowed and offensive to "force manner and prompt may to e"ecute.'e owj it to ourselves, Io p'ain and not costly ; avoid expensive cl .th-
object
North CarlIil3kUH: Louisiana: : and I'atilm. unless: to propose violent and extra preserving I the, Constitution. I If the n:..ards emancipation on tLeSouth.. the Constitution, and the Union, to be firm in our hug ; abstain from wine and all intoxicating

other Slates, are in the course of action in remedies ? If it i is cal\t l for ani 1 compiomUcs provided in the Constitution Love of the Union is a cherished sentiment with) position, and decided in our action.. If the South liquor, and i never keep 5t in jour house ; dr> V

the same" direction. this end, I mo-1 solemnly' protest against it.- I by the< F.ithrs of I ihe Confederation. and) seen- the people of the Southern >:'late:. To preserve it, now honor falters Ilctk-r: all far is lostve to have; tamely shall not submitted even save Io our the not sinV your capital by purchasing plate or

During the lat-t ttlsiol of th General, As. The time has not arrived for; such measures, red under the solemnity of an oith to !support I hey' have have submitted been to to\\ron.believe? and insult and whom Irom, thoethey exaction* cflhe Noi them States.: Th yvvouldthcn splendid furniture ; have as few parties as pos.
t ,
FcmUly of our Stale a b'IC5( of resolutions aid I pray God such a time may never an ive. that instrument, "ilot shield it against the would! regard as taught friends and brelheri-n. Rut ,u')they mii. have pitied their fallen sisters. But it we show a sible ; bf careful ns to speculations, and never

were, uiummoiisly enacted, which we regard; There arc. however! restless spirits antommgtEIIglflfgI destructive i illCuli .flhec Northern Yanl1ali sin' to agzressions, flOW threatened, would be doluiiluroutraV steadfast determination to maintain our rights. and extend your trade beyond your means ; nev.ter .

ed as announcing: the hnini.m; sid ,1.t 1 ,>rmi.nation who 1'\4 ,, ,Ia ..,7p" "r .I'A I S'aleVcould' '" ). i : i" 'I' "->' .;11 I !ii' made and in Ihe laluIoe! of calmness soberness and 'reason 01 o b
ol Florida. The resolutions) were officially 1VJV1ZjOIl, and' would, '. sl.1.t 111 a ICS.Y Convention nf the fotther pru Il" \\>, of the S.uli! .,d with I [[ioi:|'itiu-"i thll.- ii i I v\c: 'fu timer show I hat our resolves aren< t"meiermi uut'i- ii mm., ui ,
< this \ wo'iM s'line msinmient from and in such tn.lII:1er.lhltlJe: |'e )j'le of the titculethoe" ( be determined to refi.se all ofP-rs of partnership ;
transmitted, her in Con- offagc.. Since Siuthl'/ Con\/tiol ]po.l> :a\ : ri-i.n, '>t> I li-a-,!*, but! that we are prl1'alNllo ;
to delegation
I ( a Sout1(criz I the ruthless! hands t.f brute, frce. pre-d.-ter-< Northern States cm n., longer doiiM! olir ( s. and : to the public record in each! : )l'l prnjl'c\.d Contdcratiol maintan our n liN, reg-iiulc s ofHiences. c'ime- will do ; I Ilii-v will I preens -
gr. pal\l'c than dreamed of. mined to violate against right 3 justice ? to ; H-rjtrrt us ; I Ihey r.s justice bring boundih i; others ; avoid all law-suits ;
has been more ; i \i iwe
of tSllrt.hlrh. \
i L"gi flat lire. One I "t'on..urID\II"1I ol tn
< : the
Fedl'rl look well the
irldl.f and
when this meets }' to m i is the d<'cl.iration convened with the I \"d. ,"' will invuilve keep }our hooks posted to
\ with signal t-pirit and cJi tint And SU/thcT COlrrltiol 1 Kquilly: inpn-licnsible! 'Ihe 1 present Consn-ss be not degenerate arms cf noble Mre>
: Ihrl dl'flHl attitude the State.It who can tell what its membcr-s imy, not attempt : tl.ut: ve :uv\ satisfied that: no elllctual purpose, as I believe In cMlm'o Ihe pcoj.lc of t the I necessarily rnrtn; 'c <-l' the Union. Atirm.fiirvvard accounts of your customer', ; bring up your
n ss, thl purjioe' and ol uecomjilish) not thought of 'by those check this aggressive South from all I tie Ten t Honesof the United States movement will secure all we have right in 1'iiuily: \\n ecouoni} and industry. Ifyou oh-
is in the following language : to I : or enduring upon far, and are to pay f.'r the,country, ihe Smith will a.k.Aaain be able
I We Ime fought' mtn\I-U: I hat I lloe will alwais ,
of'the thing
Should\ the serve 3011
there ? they attemptncasuirrs \ in : .
\\ hio -cnt thel "and( injuiious "tendency action I and to be l..dtld.llrum its enjojm.iit been asked I if I 1\I\'e.; confidence'
it has
vet we are debts.
liticnl"Rts divisions htd, 1t:1ml'in\ ? )I fjU 'n' im'uJdni arrest which administer I this which is hi 1, ; action .f l Tonsrr r.My Have read the above .' Don't fail.-
the to Territory flenive
ilui"iit! au-l e'OUPUti3lei tu vltarac-U'r.) | 1'1''i1; and this Union where i i. power by any '1tj ]{Jrrtl.1"lt < him his property to unconstitutional, and you
to I' i in with cit iZCfl4 of 11011 "tJ'chohhngSI..re i is He cannot prevent theiffrrtulsuch The nontiilHIinent! of contracts is time curse of
.
: j i >,i tW ,.huc) we 1're'It w iuv rea.ly,t them 1 \\'ho.c'oice so potent as to say its powers. :< this propo-ition cotnino'i! J answer plain. will 1 ,b

li" .in 4i..l) Mid, with" uwitc fr.tt,1o jo'n Virginb, them thus far h:1 thou go, and no further without reference tl the dispositions of ihos I I Mood:,and having tn-a-iire(been of acquired all I The by Sentiment i flue common is i g*-"{- .tdi bill ion.to a'xilish'slavery I Ho! may, and I am in the fullv District)! a"Mir,(U u.r Ihesfav time laud-the curse iii the Church.
: tinCaMl'mat, l th- iUier t mihcru States. hi taking veto a
an> !1" How long may they remiin in session who now or heieafler. may: administer the unifer-il with the Representatives States, a Tt-rriL-rul HillilhtheWilinol ,
th
tie I'f Noah in I
V I huclv fur tho ,irf-acif( of iar rights. :mJ i it'.i l" I ral-alinift; : trade between Vice in Hi ,h Places.-Maji.r!; e
IUI"Urc"ot' .. and *1ft'MIvlunn \vtii ? What may be the term of their appointment (Government: but as resulting from tle ;inherent fiom t the N'ortlcrn Stales I that n.1 more slavel.t \\ t I'u ov iso. I lie cannot arrest t asit.itir.n Sunday Time, : It is a melancholy! tVIV

i ,..(U II'cl'rati'I li-ur., a* b'&1.1.\\i.i..1. uf U hdllc'I ? These, and many other, questions character of our political 8)tcm-wltkl! I \'! shall: xuuier any irctlmojlah N, lie admittedtutu bhrvu1! I in and out of (nn rI'!*. 1 he whole, : UnunMll says who attain the highsi bi
nlway. have "l'nI..II'It'c'llIn thin too men
11. I- I Yon cannot l fail l 10 and the next rIP-! : fmcl I many
Union. distracted,
the
ji' ".% .jli I Sluth..1.; t'"n',.:'ition. or oi'i.. tUr-1 may, and id.o'ill. be asked<1 by reflecting i must in all its departments( eventually bend" $ the action of the I.ezi-Imture4 of Northern Stnte- onthissnbxct. "I will lill be divide I he coiinti>' into. si Ct moat partii-i. 1 In rounds! of the ladder of ambition, are addicted
.
.ill.1 LV UM-. men, before lh%y go to' far to ret!met; ? !I'. to the i'lfl'ience' ofthe dominant' section.: M'vv Slates will !".. admitted oithl I meantime, no Tem'ti rial! Hill \\ ill.pt-s.! without. vices tin most loathsrme and de-
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,* of which ( be 1 -.1 ...".r. I > .i -n..t .I .,ho. .-/-iin. ...I.
Ti opportunity judgment ourc.i'i.t I is ascited that this OU\'utilt wil If it bo really: true, as here broadly: declared. | to t Ihc power it t tnO-l' wno win I I I UM-UHI: I' p. tl.e 1'rovi-io- : amid the moralni- i --> IL 11 I I' based.V have seen a (icvrriior ot this

: conne.xio-1 \\ith the! fi-der.il; interests: of composed (>f the mo;t wi i >e, hone.-t and discreet i I t'rit'! there is in our political I sJstem" all 6'w.11I ,.pm' before ,
drunk
i ;'tlle alftmls to us, has brought us to the statpm.'n; ;; of the South, and therefore\ t 'n'nt" vi-e: which must eventually bend it circular; nbed.and t the -1\ivc-* of the South routined as much of th irnum- Slan'11I'Il'fswill! cabinet
t > have
the ncrene a
walk seen
< >, t till I !I Government. \\e
y our ;
conviction: that the time< i is; \ fully\ comeMh'n none of these dangers arc to b**. apprehended.We !! to I thrt influence? ( of the dominant section," to hl'I1 a ,lInlle.l..pl our *afel!, il not our I.-AII. vi'ry existence, will depailmeiiN deterred Irom ruing to the Territories b\ this de- to in'emj erancelliat he kept a bane!
so given
rift
I'lorMt I is r'clill.! i in the ppiiit
| 'fbj4.,, to meet sister Suites of theS'ith our souls.*' These ar i tinier cut excitement, I destruction, I cannot see the wisdnm or the I[ \ bj.ji urop hate
in Cnnveuilinn.V'e are aUo convinec and\ men remarkable t for wisdom hone.-ty and 1: consistency of miking an effort through a or'slavm_ t.y its abolition in the District HI! (..Inmbia elected in l 1''il; for, upon a division ol Ihe Union tap in his office ; we seen Slates rolling!
ilit cir of the limes and exclusion Tom our .Fort, Dock Yank we cannot I doubt which party tempore of the United
l that "niitni: ce. not in its into sectional parties pro
discretion, if
are. rarely, over, conspicuous othcrwi-e to
Convention save a
Southern or in.
but jemaud this action the ; and Arsenals is openly advocate.! by many Ilie-e will triumph. We have a right to, lnlItlllltlitl\ in the gutters of'the city of Washington ; ue
; : by schemes of agitation. Such mnn, of Government: which contains within it- tint I hey at least a V
onl..il"ti1' promoting I Ilium j : ine.i-ures. will be lemporarih deferu--Inl- -i..l! upon the privilege of' occtipvins, portion luave the American Congress so blue,
at biich limes and in fin-h schemes, usually i self I : the seeds of its own destruction. will be consummate I, unl.>! ,. prevented by the action I of the acquired territory, w Inch can only be !('- seen the mrmbeis could "see a
: To you, as the ]Kxccu'ive of the State, we give place to the restless jmliiician! and furiftird I ol t the Southern p.M.pte. I d.' not t-nteitam a doubt. cured inlluencing the action of Conure-s.' Our that not ten of
. have ventured to communicate our opinion as Io I I It cannot be( forgotten that during the} re. Daily we hear I the broad declaration, made, I Hint patriotic President is true to ll e South, true to the hole through a ladder ;" and we have seen a

drmagOIlho gl'nl'foIJ imnage i cent presidential canvass the friends of our stalllic abolished in terry foot of trrriI ut ion, true to I ihe Union, [but I the powers ol Speaker ofthe United States House
slavery ii
to the action which the ciisis demands nndin and I Couu-t temporary
; render t themselves, prominent popular, .
( national Executive' recommended his which. the United Slates has jurisdiction.The t do not enable him to a"IIlnl'lihhallll far that he would!
I present tory over his o ce of so ,
t i I doing so, we believe! oui:elves to be in the of course successful ; nIil I coufe.ss that even I the of his I Cnn"Iitutinlaloll( protects it in the States,but.' Southern people may, shonld.and will dtmard. 1 Representative gone
highimer.ouiaI had not
election not more on ground chair if he
of the
of and obligation.Upon wild. 'i ion. II II the and the pur- I the policy of holrtins) a Southern have tumbled! out I ,
'INcharjje a high imperious the possibility that a mnjorily of \ it is not disguised that it M policy hive been discu..in t
in'icws
than his
qualifications: identity Mitticienl, ol Florida being represented held into it I by the hand ot a member,
been
I must devolve the honorable duty of into the Con- of those inimical to us, to admit a Convention, and the propriety
you < or reckless men might get po lie
l ary and interests with the section of his into Ihe Union. qnvMiont. Mv drunk his
States these as
\ be
were
laimlu-rof non I'IJve-hul the1)U'IIC
devising mode of proceeding by which : would cause me to tremble at the a* to interests, the
: \'cltiul Ihth and 1 residence. It was contended, and, I tu enable them to amend the Constitution, so intense anxiety on lh subject ol time : :
will of 0'1 Ci':nfnoivve.alth! as declared i idea< of placing the rights and interests of the as I think justly, that, bound to the South by give 10 Congres4; ,he tight 10 abolish ,Iaver'l'n honor and the safety of I the South and the preservation neighbor.
in the resolution we hive adverted to can bebe of this Union the I hey prnfe's to believe, Constitution and (the Union, is mvexcusl'
South, and( tho safety upon the ties of interest and affection, be in tit Sialel. ilohieving.as die- of the do Guviness.-M r. G reely states
strong God anti) r\aturc-a is closed. That the Convention The way to
resolved into have doubt I ii a sin against With the question
-I II
t no
arti J.'e result of its deliberations. that mlavery
< : could not, with the constitutional stay in his iii which it exist:-a stizraa I will i beheld is a "fixed fact t" Every Southern in time Tribune to-day, that he sub csibes for
r
the people of the State will conform to any Out if we admit that no designs against the hand, permit our rights. to be trampled upon grace our 10 the msIllUIIUUS. .country,...:._- am_:_ unu."/t.u rrimp.v... .for whichupon I I State except Delaware, win"" 'mxF'kriut.i relresvnIeu| : !, .-.-.iu, his own paper amid pas the earlier for serving ;
just; method, you tiny suggest for the selection Union intended and none are to be feared 1 of the Confederacy' them."
are < members to join
by a ruthless majority. I see no reason to Ihey, as constituent i. pledged him with it in Twelfth Ward, fifteen cents a V
of Representatives. Allow us to say, itfeerns -that the whole object of the Convention is responsible i is their duty to ejTert its abolition I The only question is the mode of electing Delegates.
that and so far as the advoca. are week extra being charged -
thiee
change opinion of which is. be done own wisdom week cents a
that tnotttsone this should your ;
reasonable fellow-citi Constitutional How
quite[ our to how that we are ulit.d and earnest t, what of an ultra constitutional remedy might be by all [In this wa\ abolition on account of the distance the carrier has
Constitution.
cy the
will
provide.
zens should be allowed to benefit by ihe increased I ask again, can the Convention say or do of that I by amending "hNI, at Government, where I have of the
construed l into the retraction opinion with all its horrors will be a weight which tho representation will to create or strengthen this impression' b which certainly cannot consent to it. On the contrary no wry distant day. But, I have no expectation better opporluniti s of acquiring correct information The Tribune system of doing bus.ness, is the

derive from the circumstance, that their Chief has not been said and done i in a mOle authoritative I entertain all confidence that General (hat fanaticism will defer for so long a time thecon-is than those at a distance, I Ilrllst I may be involving e>cnsod the Inr right one to make money. Every paper that
subject
Magistrate, giving, substantial excuti'l to and form State summation of its purposes, unless its progress making sucgestion to you on a V
by
Legislaturesand
:
I dignified will with native and there cfthe office to the proprietors',
Tulor oppose, energy Mr. .\d.nnlused to say, I hat t momentous, consequences. I shall be pardoned goes out even
of tho State had recomiiiTided the other checked at once. mo-t
,
a bolemn enactment State Conventions ? on of their best, make V
: What resolution, every encroachment upon the sacred "Hntdauies in the Constitution by virtue for entreating my constituents to send is paid for, and as many nvckles: a
tho steps, and co-operated in the hand, is to be the consequence, if the Nashville bulwarks of the Constitution ; and if it are which Congress may aholi!h slavery in the States, ablest, and most discreet men to represent them regardless mucklc'," the publishers of the Tribune have

movement by which a delegation was appoint- Convention 81alle1 and fail to agree be urged that the.Executive! veto is 10 "ewlu. and when the power shall have been and acquired exclusion),by the of I of parly considerations.It i is In this State matter, ec- become rich. Had the economy in trifles in
a great
ed. upon our rights ali ( wrongs-upon ring check," so, I reply' is no act 01 or failure admission of non slavc-holding_ will not. .i>e 'u.tong :In_ <.!?..!.-_ they. should. .know no.party.,ion--. -_> ."I.t.:'IoU_J..II""npntl31I umu Uy.- .., ,-_. our own office been the same, who knows but
that) whatever e certain State, the majority I iOllaJ, SitU Ilern queM
Devoutly) trusting con measures and remedies ? Is it very to enact by, Congress, and so more parlicularly s'ave Constitutional pretexts for the exercise of that common intereit. Most if nol aU of the other Sfate! we might now be able, like neighbor G reely.to .
events may take, the honor, liberty ami welfare that delegates from vast extent of country, tng representation of Whil3 and and
I must be the resolutions or enactments ofa r. have pent a divided own a house, and keep a horse a cow V V
of beloved State be maintained. : of Southern opinion pow it is, in opinion, necessary Would it not Le wise for Florida 10 do *
our may representing every thule mere evanescent body, like the proposed To avert these evils, my Dt'lnocrats. a pig. Henceforth when our patrons' want
We Lave the honor to be, this subject, will sec to on all these the people the South should adopt speedy ?
on eye eye that 11) same the
Southern Convention. Nothing human i is enduring ef 10 thaljt of the Mirror, they must plank
the remedy say
be a
render permitted
V
To I copy
sir
efficient measures. For myself, may '
Your humble servants Will of and I
points ? polllclans opposing parties ;" but under the smiles Divine Providence should be united action on Iheparlofthose of unmiM'd satiofadion to feel in nohe tuppence." We can't arlord to publish a
is
I D. 1.I YULEE) certainly upon a topic which has been f'cluaJ.lhere this object, I -ource melancholy state 01 t things \\hich for
for To secure nothing
may we not hope comparative 6lability so deeply int rested. responsible for the large 'olio of four pnges every day
JACKSON :fOITO moat unfortunately and unnaturally made to in the provisions of that compendium of have united with the Senators from our State in the surround tiS, and i:: is gratifying 10 feel ojO'i.1I'd thatihe poI i'ieq'lally 1 and find ourselves !-N. Y. Mirror. r V
K.: C. in politics t for more than I that the people of Florida follow with which I have been
play a part party human wisdom-the Constitution of the United recommendation and send De I hlical party Mexico wa, in
I
States,
from I ol other Southern free from rc'ponsibilily
? delegates some the example
V
past New Orleans Crescent
twenty years Wi States. I them in the Convention, proposed a distinguished Southern statesman, Louisiana.-The
)REPLY OF COV. DROWN.KXKCI'TIVK of our liver I States so unanimously l declare attention to legates be represent held in the City of Nashville in the I the langu3f'forbidden fruit." The Whig parly warned I he Governor Walker's inaugural
harmonizewith You direct my gentlemen, certain to he in commenting upon V
last extremity of it. They
the in June taMing
: OlTICK, ) for the Union to the of this State. Stale of Tennessee, on the first Monday country of the consequents the ,
from States alleged to be indif. resolutions by Legislature to the Convention, and to of Ihe United States that the evils and his recommendations upon
dignity people
delegates ihe
To give told
Tallahassee, 1'eby. iiid, 1S50. \ all apprehend the If by these resolutions it was intended to en- next. for its proceedings we deem it important surround us would follow acquisition" :
the Union respect which now Southern question, says
(;IXTLKMIX: :-It was my desire to have forcnt to 1'i of Jorse this Southern Convention scheme, and ensure that its members should be chosen by the of territoiy. They did all in their power to prevent who
of this State the same degree, extent sources danger, Legislaturesof endeavored to arrest a war of ag."Son It is the mini and charitable man re. V
seen the good people pass upon ? that the Executive should take part in securinga authority or advice of the Governors or ) They V
the proposed Southern Convention as their as well as unite upon the same preventives it is unfortunate that the Lo the different States. As our Legislature is not ,' H"t I party policy prevented t'-o accomnlUhmcnt sists most powerfully any serious aggressions i
''if I small body Southern congressmen, assembled representation feel solicitous that our recommendation of their wishes which I 11)rt'slIIne'ery his nnd honor. Louisiana has not
session, we rights
might dictate, without any Cl a omitted to me to in The thru efforts on
pres. of
judgments gislature: entirely empower I official sanction. In spite
under the of great excitement should receive your Southern man now regrets. ; noise about the course of Nor. .
.>ion opinion on my part; but the appeal immediate pressure danger, could not this end, or to prescribe anything in reference I Representatives of all the Stales who have % common Mexican territory ball been acquired and the eviU made any great has she taken much notice .
which you have: made leaves me without dis. and a sense of the to the selection delegates. In the absence interest to protect, may thus lake counsel Predicted have come upon in. But r.r. though we them agitators, nor

cretiuu and I feel l hound in deference to you agree upon the terms of an Address to ofall legal or constitutional provision on this together for their common safety," and devise the warned our Democratic friends' of the consequences abolitionist extravagancies. But when V
to be so certain of common evils, and avert and endfavored Io prevent their consummation the Nashville Convention her
people or thc South, are we remedy for their of their acts, she ut ,
and to appears
our conhthuenta, as as in subject I cannot, consistently with views, proper all ex The .
wel respect embracing my which they are this is time for crimination.
unanimity in body so numerous and a* impending danger to np voice will he that of one who knows her privileges
this
myself, to state candidly my opinions upon 3 opinion as take upon myself the high responsibilities you posed.The. motives which influenced them were 11l\ubllelt pat them. Then she .
and and intends to maintain
so wide a range contrariety I am aware i is extraordi- only rezret that they did not listento V
contemplated suggcs'eJ We can
riotic.
measure. course
I do I Iautholt will this proposed Convention? Hut Wit fails to suggest.Let and should only bo adopted in an extreme counsels. The institutions of our common will exercise the influence which cool deter _
nut bolievo that or our
- I
power the of the Southern States lookto nary
possess any so far from fortifying, will it not have a people But a violent remedy M necestary to curea are endangered ItJ the duly of a patriot
as the Chief J Executive agree, of their State" case. fatal.* country the danger
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action caused
Magistrate weaken the of the tho "energetic govern. which may otherwise prove to enquire who or what Geo at 85 canU ihrV
of this State I direct tendency to position disease not Io slop im- Corn is selling at Macon ( )
; to take official io cause and their and in. will be nnvvoithy the name hit totvert calamities V
in
': any step this ments to guard protect rights The Southern people but Io do all power
the
the South ? 1 cannot why very submit to these out right or ," the is by no means equal to
) comprehend if which wrong and supply
they ,
eleclon or appointment delegates to at. and let tho Members in both Hallsof of American freemen, pendinx over that country
i. contingency over-looked by terests, taunted with the We all have a common the Atlanta Intelligencer, we
constantly defend.
tend beln and demand.
the Ry
possible Yet
Ctl'entiQI of the Southern States to of tho United States with rages. we aro he must t protect
the Congress ,
meet at Naahvillc the of the Southr Convention.I sneering allegation, that we "are not in earnest"in cause, common danger ; let us all share a commonRepresentative ol) serve it is quoted at 50 cents per bti hrll in !rf
', f in the State of Tennessee, projectors should have been deemed prudence wisdom and manly firmness, meet Io defend our honor and our rights. V
it our responsil'iIitY.
t. on he first in know of regret break down purpose Ihis Convention of the of Flotida.Ishall that tiace.V HfI
2 Monday June next. I this time by Southern members and resist e'cryttcmpt to the L(>t the South speak through As the people I V V V V
a> at wise and firm amen,, .
oproMMoiimtho ofuu expedient of the will doubtlcjj'end : '
Constitution or Laws the this guards and compromises Constitutionrn Each State t V ;
t fcuto to countenance getting up V'V
J which of Congress
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the iticlf will furnish the patriot* (?)_lo put clow.i that Mr. N. Y. Wilmotisn in Connecticut. \
of whom .
SOUTHERN CONVENTION the source from which the delegates ought to delegates, al were approved "'" '_ "
) Ccnnecticut
resistance.: (0 ? Compromise r receives no fav r in tie The State Ccnveni.on., 9 few f3Y5!
)tee 1nJ of Citizens orGlld den County. receive their appointment and commission ; meeting s : Iiisfe'rits influence out: cf the Sidle that nc lament S.II1lb. It is justly denounced! ai a surrender to I the 3J7ff a !"'<* 'f Free Soil Rty.lhli..r.II, by '31:1I<.
and that were the General A5 now in W. T. STOCKTON, P.rmrE, "'. An attempt to reaffirm(
At it meeting of a number of the cilironi ofK scmJJ B. ihe publication this i'1-timcd' document. It eoclTcHf of Ihe North. Neither has it scnrrd Ihe lution passed by the la.t Certain r .
S. :
session, it would not C. H. Ih'PONT, STKPUENS, Lc5iJafur: ,. \.U
; d.den held nt the Court.room in h 6'Irfr tC U'sd and! c.holdci the North tht:# &nltor.l0 d.'wmm by l-.l r, V Vlited
county, t ptown fora deliberate! J.\ I will to tnconra ; ; sanction and support of a sir -lc Smthcrn ) ; Wilowtwn ? or, its lol'lt
Con.tntinn oflhp j 1'tOpl', to JESSI: P. McC.\LL! Ihclout ROT, 1- "
ofQ'iinrv, un SatiirdHy tKi) : 23d diy of upon this all-absorbing qjes'.ion, and to take A K. ALLISON, A. J. FOKMAV throw dimVtilties in the \\ J) of the settlement "f the far asTC have been able to discover. Two Srna- Why did not the Sentinel, in hli"birt the f.'fI'.

1'clinmry. H&:)l on motion of .A. 1C. .\1sonHTH measures to have the vuicp of their State J. W. PolNDEXTEK, TlIOS. hxIWF. jiiotion at i<3iie, and as (far a< it I trit am ;Inll.jeiicc t',m r c, ho-.vcvcr, from slave-holding States, {Mr. (;n- loin;, tell its readers which ofthe Iwo parti-, it

R J. IXMMAN was cnlled t heard amongst her, Sifters of the Suul i. at all, it* influence will be lo cr.d.v.iger rather than deiwood.of Kentucky, anJ Beaten. the apostate) : was whoss! Convent rejected these Free Soil R.

Chair, all THOMAS MU.NKOE appointed? Sec. Two modes for embodying the public! senti. On motion of A. K Allison, Received That puscrvelhe I Union. It is I tile project of$ united will probably advocate: it. With these exc.t Ions. solutions? Will it now ull then that it wu a Democratic .

rttaTy. After a f few introductory remark* ment of the Stato hat been suggested-the a copy of the proceedings of this meeting be action of the South in bclulf cf the Smlhctll Convention the en'ire Southern delegation. is in arms agair.st IL Conven'iorj! that acted I thus tlancJomth'

Irorn.the Chtir, explanatory of the object ofthe one through, District Conventions tf be furnished by the Secretary to his Excellency that has startled: the North and caused her The Ntw York Trilune, one of the most ally conducted Sine that we see that the Whigs have hrUJ! a Convention .

trading, on tnlliol, of C. H. TuPonl. 1 i in each judicial dirfrct;: of the State:. -bcd the Governor, to each of our Senators! and of tOtepresentative pauc and: h ? itatc.; Eut here i is the action of the and influential papers in the North cornrpenf- in the sanie Ssafe. Will the Sentinel f Ml
I in and to
Congress lath
committee of eight was ordtr.d to other through a State Convention to be con. Governor of the Stale, biHiairudby] the organ of one ill g on this attitude cf our Senators uses the follcr.v- Ut whether their Convention has also jetted Fff.Soil .
cd: i to draft an i rCfch.tion for immediate each the newspapers published in the State of Flo. the the Slate, dire,-lv| in
'p.II stitutcd of delegates appointed from of !rt'al parties: of opposition ins: language : Involutions?

consideration.Tho county in the State. Your Committee underother'circumstances rida.The to that Convention. Maj not the Noitli conclude I '. But Mr. Ma then -
following; gentlemen composed the : might have been inclined meeting adjotrN1.ARTHUR that: I the sentiment ot I the Governor and of his Bt-rru-n, (not to notice the (loot ol the Senate, whos Can any one 1l'l11J., why I these Whig papers which .

committee, 'iz : to recommend the latter scheme for the adop. J. FORMAN, Chairman.Tuos. trcjn is shared! by half the j people! ol I tru- Slate, and sayings are .,f no account) rise at once to repudiate a sear or two ago,were asserting that every i1 ,,
MUNKOE :Mr.! No Southern Senator stands
Secretary. Clay's propositions.
C. II. 1)rPor) A. K. ALLISON, lion oflhis meeting ; but believing) as ih.'y do I I'elhap; by half the people of the adjnining SCat,-), up with Mr. Clay. Enough said gentlemen Let at ths Noith. Whig and Democrat wa, in favor ,}

:; B. SrrnK: !, \ T. SncKrtx, t that the former plan will meet with greater as their i.leiwt in the!, questions! at issue is nut he struggle on !** the Wilziot Proviso are now attempting to nai-

K. SHAW, P. W. WlItTK, f avor from the counties at large ; and in tiew t IC loribiem & Journal. greater thin Ih.t of ricridS.) far a' our own In reply to this! fanatical outburst on the put of the S-mth believe Ihat"'il is on its last leg." "Jeid :1

WILLIAM "Jt' ROJ:, J. II. VIRDIIR.: of the fact that the EaMern:: and Southern districts ) --- -- -- --- ----- --- peojilo; cL'nrernt'd-tht" treat !hotly ot the rr.a.scsnt t tu! Tribune, Ihe Augusta Jtpuilic ((3. Whig paper &.. Is it not to lull the South by a false hopjWe > '
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'nit committee having! retired, returned :f. arc now probably) organizing a District R. B. HILTON & C. E. DYKE -\\ pronrinriamrnto he but aiso'inding! bras which hn long urged the rights of the South on its *iy that it'J'notum i is not on ifa Int lezj,_

t.'ra tliort :" 'CUCf and reported the followingjireamble Con'eniol! to be held: tt Ocala. in April next, KDITORS ANt PROPRIETORS. and a tinkling cymbal Joined uilh the South in own party, in opposition to the Free Soil doctrinesof it is not "Jead." And if it he ,iTcrping.it is onl>!,

] and resoluti HIS, wl Lh w ie ab'y ar*. they respectfully suggest t that it be recommended" .- ---- interestthey aredeterminnl! not to be separated from tbtt Chronicle Sf Sentinel) says : in nainf, becan-o the principle promises lobe rao f
tociited, in a speech of some. length by.the .to the Counties of the Middle I Judicial; =Saturday- -- March- -.2- 1850.- =her in art ion. We here proclaim to our sister South 14 In oth"r word, the Tribune ii ready for a fight, effect'ially carried! by G*n. Ta vr'* management m
Circuit to take forthwith for the or. unlcs* the South jieUU to Mr. Clay's propositions
measures
chairman! ,, C. II. Dul'ont : ern States not without sufficient authority that'asurcly relation to the Tcrritcrirj.
-- -: which in effect irivesevery thing to the North. Weave !
g ganizatiou ofa District CO1'enlion. In ref. :: = -- : as the Nashville Convention meets, j ju ct t so I The Ne'V York Legislature i a much more ;inn0 .
Tho Committeeho, were charged wilh SJM! to Thur.-day were made at II 1 h seth for a !Ion; time that we could obtain peace : ;
the time and for the Cotton.- up
to (
ercnce place meeting will delegates be appointed to Florida thji State Con'enrion-hJ4
surely represent lant
the for the ofthis bv a bw, ml'an. and utterly disgraceful"stibrni sion body any jnsi ra*..
duly ofpreparing, cnnideratiol oflhp t prrposed Con'cliiol, yo-.ir Committee to 1 1 U. The ne,\per steamer America ha* |put the in that body.! The venerable lady! who, with to terms dictated by fanaticism. We can easily get most decisive Free Soil! ResoHfion! by an .
embodiment of 0'
I meeting an its antimcnlsJjpg I would respectfully recomim'n 1 llhat it Il heldat market town 4. Se3,; yrstcaday and to-dij! 10$ toHi. broom in hand, attempted to sweep b3Ck (the ocean ri.lnl tht- stru glr, very easily f hy appearing with It'd majority. Says the correspondent! or leave submit
to the result t the
respectfully as the Capitol in Tallahassee! on Wednesday Seahand,2Ot02.! collars: around our necks or in livery.
,
of their heaved forwatd by a S'-ptcmb storm: labored not Charleston Courier There is; now less
consultation and deliberation the following The Tribune seems to think that the course of hop Of'
the first
of I
report :- day May next. more vainly than dot those who now attcmnt to stay Messrs. Toombs, Stephens Ciinsman, Cabel!, and] a compromise than heretofore. It is feared tha!

Your Committee are sensible of the so. i Your Committee would further recommend)I Meeting i Gadsden. and retard the movements of the Southern people! others, is dictated by Southern disapprobation ciantirlivery -. t the srlufiorts; of Ihe New York G nt'r3Jffi':1..
be entitled! send the
that each
to to } doctrines.
i County The proceeding the meeting in G.lhden. de- for the protection of their rights and their ..onlor.- hly have d. iven home the last nail "
of the
occasion which has induced the
Il ;, in view oflhe South' bein true to her-
JcmnilJ siid Convention the tlmibJc! of its entire reprementation readers! sa) i ,
the attention of all our ll-j I -----
of Uiii county, to leave their ordinary i mr. spirit \\ouldperhapsdo well la consider! whether: .*flf, We see, therefore no alternative for thefriends
be
in the General Assembly, and to "The Re ;.sler and! Times of this
lie cJ from its Resolutions and ( the city rnijjfjf i.lean
business avocations, and to convene in theirIlrimarJ may juJ ; rom they be not in danger of being cvurvvhelmed bv the cf freedom but to stand I la their armJ'' "OnrIuwl'r '
in snch the of the a lesion of patriotism from the last
capaciIJ.-Thc are convinced, that appointed respective counties manner determine.us people following letter (not intended for publication! :) current which they are so nmvNclv otJpo.in t ." of strength and of safctv is the Wilmot Proviso. Telegraph. Col. Alston comes up boldly Goldaborougb to the

may from a gentleman: in attendance.: U'e call attention mark. and plants himsell !like a man in favor
short of the high obligations of cf
patriotism
Your Committee would! further recom.nend I i ii Mr. Cabell. These views impart warmth to Southern hearts,I a
to our fiiciidj rJZe; >tJon, : relation to the Southern Convention. Ml right. The paper in
could have produced this result ; and and keep their patriotic fires. Nor are they dimmed
that this meeting do now proceed In appoint t up t this State that now stand ont aziinsf the Contention .
I tith Resolution The excellent letter of Congress
while they indulge a pardonable pride in this delegates to leprcsent the County of Gad>den I : our Ileprc.-ientafivein I or lessened in power by the application of the are indeed "like ansel's visit, !fen and far be limn."
indication: of the confidence( of their follow! Quixc*. rc!'. 2'' tli, IS./). merits the attentive perusal of every citizen.. term fvol" to, as we suppose, the distinguished! -.\vrth Carolina Standard.
District which
i in State .
any or COIH'Uliol may tdltr.ted, and faithful Southern Senator, I--oote. of
i ticntlcmcn be able to inform The of Northern is
aresinn therein
I course
citizens, oshibited by their appointment to tm gllife.llo plainly And limo i is of all the other
assemble the above contemplated. \lis..j"sippi. Our lower cf strength is in union at: same I true Southern iStatet.
fo purpose that but tho-e who attended
jou one slntiment I but -
d
their present position, they feel that the res.: Your Commitee. the more fully to embody and I that sentiment may actualec in the Kesohitions vividly faithfully skelthfd the importance t the South. Union will clothe us with power and The people of both parties are nearly nninimous -

ponsibility imposed upon them is of the moat the sentiments and feelings of this meeting, I which were adopted to wit. an ardent attachment l and object of the Southern Convention strongly l lead us to victory. i in favor of the Contention. It'is only the | >
tklirate: and weighty character. A t to the Union, coupled; with a determination I set forth and this certain consequence of the present i
question I beg leave to recommend the adoption of i politicians! who opp"je it, and they are behind thapeople.
of momentous import is submitted for their tle to resist at all hazzards, the further a, irrossionsol action on the part of our opponents in excluding the: .fltsolr.t That, knowing no party narae, or political Bt
A dir"tin ji hed Senator said the
following I l divisions in their i-t- otherdiy
Heso11Iions- t the non-slavcholding The spirit I on questions involving >
Iatts proper South from the
deliberation, upon the solution of which) by 1. Resolved, That the unceasing agitation ncrvaded the entire awemhly anJ if t la-re is amongst new rerriolhelher! the "Proviso" I Ii. llement and consequences the character property r in the Senate of the United States that it was di$. ,{

the American poeple, may depend per chance amongst the people of certain States of this! us, one dissenting voice, I know not I the man from : i is paj cd or not, is distinctly sho.vn. Where and lives of those whom we represent we are ready I cult to restrain Ihe people of his own Stat, so

the integiity of these confederated States !- Confederacy for the abolition of the institution s horn i would proceed. May I not'enture to hope : t there is so much I that we entiiely, 'pprovc we deeply r heart and soul], with a united front to join Virginia I thoroughly aroused are they lo the importance of i
of( Ihe CiaJsddi Resolutions ; Ihe t Carolina*, and the other Southern States, in taking
Alive t that spirit embody, that there should be !
Committee which
as are your to the import regret any thing we are
o african slavery as it exists in the Southern and are but the indEx to the sentiment of the entire' such measures for the defence of our rights and united action in concerting measures: to protect the I \
ance of the subject, they have, with an anxiety which has invaded compelled to condemn. Yet .so it is : to the! imputation t Ihe cf ourselves and those whom South from-the of the
States, agitation ; now even State ? Indeed I have: studied' the people of Florida I preservation we unjust aggressions Northand
prompted by the highest aspirations for their |'the t (Halls: of our National Legislature, imperatively but to t little pUlpOH'[ if I am mistaken in this opineion t against the Democrats as bringing abJut the h hold dear as Ihe highest wisdom of all may, whether t this, too, not that they lore the Union lesbut the

count ry's weillare, endeavored cilmly: and I j demand of u!, the adoption) of suchnes.ircs ) I tiu>t that you -,'i continue to sound the patriotic I present state of things, contained in his l.i>t para- through a Southern Convention, or otherwise, South more. "The Convention was not for the
the State i It moved! to action.I suggest and de\ioiC' par-
to the causes which have j callti sjiaph but one, we enter our solemn caceut. Wepleat
r'ic\ "
.lIJcratph' will be of disunion said he. "
most to It in
r as likely protect' ourConstitutional ; pose was case of the
u 'oa impoitant stujt-presntin amoral Let the reader through the foregoing
carefully
( ofthe! ; ; !! go
not C. the
present antagonist: po'ition lights. 0 phalanx 1 that I shall n-hukcthe few loiterers, j l1il1'y.lr. says Wliijs oppoedthe ; worst, t to prepare the people cf the South for the
two great sections of our country. It is in I I 2. Resolved That in order to give cfficien. who may claim citizen-hip In the Solll h. 'I acquisition I cf territory for I ihe vtTj r'ail/lllhat Resolution adopted by our last Legislaturewithou future, and to take that position where, 33 the Bi-
voice in eithei and then-t bink
vain nn)longer to endeavor to conceal: or I icy. to an action in reference to this question: You' will perceive by reference to I the prr>cecdins?, Ilht t present evils would come, from Ihe unju>t pre- a dissenting House a ions of England did from Johnthey could demand
hide fr conceives the that the patriotic ) which I understand! are f to be forwarded !to HI lor teniousol the 'uti Ui. Which that moment. Here the State 11 solemnly plet1t"d lo join a
means
cct. j i 'rfl'ct and harmonous bentii a partnership "
unanimity
charter of their liberties.
a
.
I p : this nail, I that the nl holding new
admonition of the his Country, "to ;publication by plan honld not make Virginia, the Carolina-! and the other Southern
valuable
concern a
: i i ment is demanded] of I the whole] So-ith. District Conventions. M ri-commendcd as the mis'leasable purchase
beware of factional or geographical pai tit' I :3. Rcsohvd, That our Federal Union was l under existing circwn-tances and! that the I: l lest one hall of the parties .should' cheat the other Stales in "such measures as their hil.e,1i1cm Consjresg.

has long since ceasl't to exercise any saving: ; originated in a recognition of the principle of time and place 'nr; ,ited for tlie: einbliux of the i bailout of the profits of the bargain We say other nay whether through a Southern Convention or I Both Houses of Congress bare now befors

influence over great body of the Nonulaveholding perfect Equality" the members Convention lor this' Pistrict is i on the tir,t dl y olMay 1 i \\!.?. It is the buslines of a partnership to make otherwise i suggest and devise." When (his Uesolu.iLn L. | them as the leading topics of delusion: the
:amongst and the in Talhha'. I think Ihe
at Capitol (' '
States, who under the aggressive trade, and it is I the ri ht, il is the t was passed.it was not known whether each slavery question the House of
t thereof and that no gross infringement of that t I time and place are bulb quite appropriate to th, good ;; a* duty, of the ; Ilepresenta.
Iromptingi ff a pseudo philanthropy, have 1 principle CI: be mIt: without materially I time i i it i MMifikiently remote 10 givelbe; I counties lull!I parties in interest lo share equally in its gains. I It Sale, would a vie. and consult, and determine by 1' lives taking it up in Committee ofthe Whole

: rce upon the once uaJ"Ic; ] map of i endangering the integrity of the same. opportunity to elect and. send up their represn1a'I L i H not pretended! that our late acquisitions: arc not 1 and fur itself or whether' they would all meet together !I- j on the Mate of the Union ; and the Senate

our common country, a g ogrphicrllinc so 4. Rewlced, That( in the openly avowed tives; and! c-ary! iiiouIi to enable the sent va'uiblc ; all that i is said) is, that the North will1! cut t L in Convention, and there out of joint clJn oJlta.I having before il a number of propositions,

broad" and di-tinct that runs may purpose ofa large majority of the Rllrrscnta. their may be arrai'i selected envviN to represent; lor doin us: 3t*
read. -It U :political fact which nvist t standout I tives of the non.sa"t! hoUing !, to them;el ea. The place too. I think i to appropriate them all. I Reso'athn: therefore presents an alternative. I It Abolitions petitions for variety. It has becnmo

prominently upon the pages of o
that tit this" point; of lime, ..Mason's and Iixoil's of the Wilrnot Proviso," we rccogni/e an and district.sutlkiently central meet the just claim oJ opponents of the Mexican war assert that war, and defence, whether those measures are devised and and Mr. Benfun are acting as the champion | ?

line, which under the healthful influence increasing i spirit of fanaticism, which in total the I desire partiularly to call lo your notice the su.- the acquisition of( territory, which necessarily followed !]- agreed upon in a Southern Convention er otherwise- and representatives of the North in attempinjjlo

can enlarged patriotism, had long since van disregard of our Constitutional rights, aims at le lion contained in the Jlh( Resolution, to wit, that it, were the consequences of the annexation The other Stales, Virginia Carolina Georgia &.m 1'. separate California from the other questions,

iihed into an ideal fancy, is again restored t to I the abolition i-f slavery! il the Slates, ultimately i. the several District Conventions should adopt arcso- cf Texas, then !tr. Cabell, who was the advocate of o have. determined upon a Southern Convention Florida i- thus depriving the South of one important element -

form and substance ; and its portent is anything ; as i now avowedly does in the Terri lotion recognizing all of thedelegatc? who may i he Texas! annexation, is estopped 'from making the plea has said she will join them in carrying out (the measures & of compromise, and by adding another
but grateful to the patriotic bosom appointed from the respective districts at repreteniatittsofthe Stair to the North increase the
tories. of that Convention. I h it not preposterous I I'J'rOSe t I- power of that
which he lIe is
State atlir complacently\ sets
;" The propriety oft this so up. altogether
The res; onsibilily for producing I this' antag.oniitic 5. Rcsol'ed. That we hold il lo be the suggestion will be ro'.dily perceived when you reflect as much to blame as are the Democrats.) ; the Legislature would commit the State I to section to pursue its aggressions. As they
position ress: not upon the South-she of that in ot the four theesecution of ( know that such will be the effect of admitting
right every regularly organ cotiiiq-Jcncs non-a etnbling m: Our idea it, a id we 3pptdlto:. Cabell's letter measures proposed by a Cunienioi'e
can appeal wilh confidence to the history of) ised Territorial Goivrnmrntwhen they Lc i\aturelast tall, we shall have no delegates its with in which the State should not be rcpre California! alone, of course they favor it
may : in evidence of truth that or without the
_r theua&t*-r ; her vindication. being__ \!.I.le.I.upon,.., I anulv fur admission as one of the States of the appointed Ih. Ql! -f-l--for the*y*state" 'Ju.c at large. , have been those of "Justice and iii'mion with such limitations and res'rictions( several District Conventions which take actionon gl'rli ----- ...danMQ O".AP* fr ;n .Ah linn.t A _K:r.l tho t.wtn crrt for owes Iii) allegiance to the South, but emljrlw t
t11P has refrained Equall'- (not in conflict with the Constitution of the the sucbject our people would be may represented bv in Ihe North which impelled Northern men to seize mcasuies to be proposed by a body, while the State the Union. I? be owes mere justice and lair

with the s.duotlJ of her intererinG i United States) as they in their wisdom Districts, and not as a 'tate. The plan suggested; with so much unanimity upon I the Proviso would is to hJno Delegates therein, to see that those I dealing lo the South, he owes more than be

of the Noitli ; and she hud a right to t | deem expedient, but belkiing the present may ap.plication (in to the the Ueso character'ution and will o'matetlij difficulty] and add I not have I..fllhcnt long without a preteit and a plan! : measures are wise and proper. As this Convention j pays. That was lo be expected of Mr. Ben.

in viewol( 1 common ancestnthat thesimc expect, I! on behalf "California" to be irregular Iru".Iyoual'prove. that authority you will our call delegates.tbeatlentkn I i for striking a blow at the South in some form or i will be held, can anything be clearer than that il is : ton, but not of him.-Charleston Mercury*

measure of forbearance would have been and illegal, and not within the pur. oflhe people to the sug eslion. other. The new territories presented a point for an the duty of Florida by her Representatives, to prevent

meted out to her. I view of I the above stated: ) principle! we areunanimously You. will also see, (from the proceedings that our attack, and there the main assault has been made: this body, as far as she' can, from acting unwisely I. 14 days later from Europe.NEw .
'!f'I" alcs lo the propo,! District Convention but I here other Sields and see that it does YORK Sunday FeI,
With devotion opposed to her admission. arealready are for contest where vvr should nothing inconsistent t. Evening, 21.

people 1 hate f generuus chosen c\en to submit to country to aggres.fcion her. 6. Resohed, That! influenced by an anxiojsdsire deletion appointed consists, of and an I equal am happy number to of siv\Whins that and the cert.jinly have been assailed.! If cur conquests from with I-r. iner! "I. i The steam ship America arrived at H.iIiKu;

rather than do violence to the bonds of I to arrest ifpossilale; the tpudr'ucesto IVmocraN ; and I Ill'IBt that I trs! : example of Jibe- Mexico: r have served to precipitate; a crisis which was Dut aside from this Resolution. Our three near-ret 'i yesterday, and the following summary ofher
a dissolution of ra'.ity of sentiment' and inevitable t neighbors arc the States of news has just been received here
our common Union.-A Union cemented IJ : our cherished > miitwifilyoftonJMentt will as as doom we have reason to rejoice that Georgia Alabama,
the blood f our Revolutionary Fathers ) presenting for the consideration of our Brei 1.eren ) commend It itlf to adoption by oar sister Counties. it !has come now, instead of being delated until Ihe. and South Carolina. These States with scarcely a COTTON MARKET.! -During the fortnight

Beared by a(thousand recollections to the en bo. of the non-slave.holding; Slates' a (frank tri..u'and:nay seive re to pllisibledurif''f cheer you in to the learn midst lhato ol your tar la a I.I S.ulh, through greater numcric-ai inferiority, should i I dissenting voice within the limits of cither, have ending Fel,. 9lh the market fluctuated contiJ.erably .

fOI of every patriotic Sun When she has and candid declaration of the re"ance' of I have been able to accrt.ijmiomir course, in Tefl'r.1 be U"s able lo meet it than she i is at present. determined to go into this Convention. Is it not the and alter various alterations in prices

demanded Justice," ehe! has received ] ,. which we cOIJin. awl in view of the ence lo this 1:1 cal qu.-.!iiont is approved and com- -- --- very abvss of absurdity to say that Florida sh"n.or is' settled down at the quotations curried oulbv

ag only: adoption of meaOlres as may be deemed I tmii'leJ by men (If both parties: i practicable illus: Congress and California. I can, stand isolated from these States, and in her the Kuropa, viz : fair Orleans 7d.| fair upland
she
rcllon-\hen i
is I rat inn cf the
fact
met t t that the
only with insults 1IIIall. accumuhted: 1 best suited to the exigency of the occasion: intelligence but the moral)I'ellplehnc honesty, to not rUe oi
wrongs the South has hitherto submitted and J we cordially I! approve of the proceedingswhich party preJuJH'hellcVL'r a great practical priaci-' scene of one of its mo-l memorable struggle A : a course of policy directly opposed to that m of I Sales! i'fthe fortnight reached O9,5OObaTe*, | ]

desired to adhere to the Union as their t have been adopted by the people oflhe ple i is iuvolvcJ. motion was made to refer the Constitution of California !i- these adjacent Commonwealth? Must our l people beseparated I of which 6,000( were American, which were

and highest of States .Mississippi, AI&laOa.; Georgia Rwptcffully sour to the Committee on Territories w ;1th instructions from their kindred in the sister Statis ofIhe taken on bpeculatioll..IoNEvT.sRy.1'he.
polilicallcssing', fondly _ _
hop.
; _ _
ing that the would yet find full reparation for South Carolina and Virginia, for ihe calII"of to bring in ;i bill for hei immediate admission. ( South, 3ndj joined in bonds of holy alliance with money market is depres -
Convention Governor Brown's Letter. Thereupon the South, with : and Ihe faction of traitors ed, the bullion in the Dank of
her wrong nnd inmlts in a of I I S'Jther lo singular rno:{ commendable 4. Missouri, led by Eenton r England
returning sense I
jtistee oilier Skier States of the Noith Hut Nashville in June next. Among the documents which we to-day pn'uluh!i unaTiimity took her stand and by availing and the same class in Kentucky, marshaled b) CIa'/' is slightly decreased. Rates discount from

this fond anticipation has been blasted tJ the 7. Revolted, That it is our opinion that stands conspicuously the letter cf the Governor of f herself of pailiamcntary privileges, (motions to adjourn I. Will not every freeman in Florida say, once asid 2 !to 2 j. COnSUlS closed at 9J to 9| for mon.

devclopemcnts of the Ja.t few months, )she Florida. ought to be represented in the propos.cd Florida in opposition to the Southern Convention. calls for yeas and nays, Jcc.,) prevented a vole forever we will erabaik in a ship with no such < /.

i now constrained 10 make! the announcement Southern COI'cntiQI. and that in order to Coming from the Executive of the State, it will re- on the resolution until past twelve o'clock at night I crew ? Will they nut say the false hearted in .Missouri i M.\?>CHiSTKR 3liRaKr.-ACcounts from

that, "Union without degrada.: the same: wo respectfully recommend to our cute the respectful consiJeration of the people of: when its consideration declared lo be out of or r- may it they choose, enlist under Col. Hen I on, the manufacturing districts and later accounts

lionVliencver! t the I Equality i in this fellow.citizens of the respective judicial districts the Slate. Nor is this all. Wafted on the wings of( der. In this way the Swuth has it in her power to and in Kentucky under Mr. Clay ; but, so help us i frcm India warrant the anticipation of in.

announcement shall: l be fairly Isue' 10'oh'td the the appointment of such n-nnber of delegates I. the wind it will go North of the Potomac heralded. postpone indefinitely action upon this matter. And God, we, the freemen and slave-holders of Florida! creased orders.POLITILL.BOth.

people of the Southern States,pr&Cnll'tlo your as they may be entitled ro. upo.i the as the voice of Ihe Executive of one of the extreme who shall "ay that she was wrong in availing herself] will join the standard of no man, who will! place us Nooses of Parliament

cannot doubt the result.! cOlrilc C ratio suggested by the action of the above Southern Slates pronouncing sentence of condemnation of all !her advantages? Says the correspondent of in opposition to our friends, our neighbors; our fathers I- opened on the 31 sf. January. The Queen's

Your Committee are not prepared: to : named States: ; to wit : the double! of our entire upon Ihe first, great movement which looks I to the Courier : brothers, and kindred of Virginia Carolina I, speech has been favorablyr received. Her

that the Union of these Slates may not yet say be representation in Congress; which ratio resistance on the pait of Ihe South to th'a aggression It is well known and underwood here, that, i if Georgia .Alabama and Mississippi! ? continental views are of the greatest importance

preserved; but to compass this object) so dearto would entitle Florida to six tlefales' and of her enemies His Excellency thinks he has no California be admitted as a separate nu-as'ire.it i\ill

the bosom of patriot-to distributed: between the four ju districts potter'-' lo take any official steps to cause the appointment i 1. defeat any cornprrmisfer the North have got t Col. Benton and the Southern Convention.It FRANCE.-They have Riots in Paris.
every restore to what
they want, will
they
nllt trouble
themselves
perfect health and into which the Stale is divided, wo-ild give to of Delegate* to attend the Convention of will be GREECE.-Greece has been blockaded bya
soundness to the further The South i.s therefore determined l to resist i seen that Ihe issue which Gov. Brown
politic; the remedy must be changed-body e the Western district two, lo the Middle I 1)1 3. the Southern States :" that for him lo act officially" the admission of California and resist it in this, the makes in Florida upon the Southern Convention has British Fleet since the sailing of the last

nostrum of Concession, must give place to an Irict two, and to Ihe Eastern and Southern dis. in the matter would be an usurpation alike dangerous only practicable way." already! been made in Missouri by Col. Benton. steamer. Explanations between AustriaM

unyielding drmanl forjuiticc. "Compromi. tricts conjointly two. and censurable." Thinking thus why not In the Senate with the exception of Clay and Cent Cot. Benton manifestly considers that the Convention Turkey have measurably checked the interference

es" ou of the Constitution, must yield to the 8. lsol'cc That with a view of carrying announce the tact, (fur no one would wish him I lo Ion, the Southern members, as far as appears, exhibit (I- involves precisely the same points as the instructions : of England.
out contained in the last play the usurper,) and there the same unanimity in opposition to the
Compromises the Constitution With a drop the matter ? And! admission I- of the Missouri i Legislature,against which
public eenliment at the South, united upon foregoing resolution, we respectfully recon not proclaim to the North that there are divisions of California as the House. B t-Hien. Duller he has been so strenuously contending. lIe there, Mr James S. Speed, of this city has re.

these principles, your Committee indulge the mend that a Convention of the Counties con. among us-Governor arrayed against members 4 cf Foote Kadgcr, and Davis to say nothing of others fore takes ground against the Contention ceived the appointment of U. S. Marshall for

hrler that the integrity of the Union stituting the Middle! district, be convened on Congress upon a vitally important qu lioll. Especially have sustained their position wilh signal abilitv.- as he did azainit those instructions. The as stiongly ;- the District Kentucky. We regard' this as
may yet letter
) Wednesday the first day of May next at the as he tells "it This for the is the an excellent
and if cannot be preserved us was my desire to hare seen present great battle ground. To below was in reply to one containing the appointment.-Lou. JournaZ.
Capitol in the City of Tallahassee and that the good people! of this State our Delegation, stand firm action of: And we regaid il as
upon these principles, they are fice to declare ; pass upon the proposed we say fear not but our Ihe S. C. Legislature on Ihe subject of the Conven a most objectionable
U as their opinion that its preservation not each County send to the said Convention, Southern Convention as their judgmcnU might dictate Slate will sustain you. Admit California by itstlf, lion. People of Florida read it, and one. Not because Mr. Speed is a whig-not
worth the wi double the number of its entire representation without and nothing can the Union. To say whether because we do not consider him
L ( ettr.Hntellainiug any expression of opinion on toy (his) nave you every eve you think the Missouri Senator a safe fully competent -
thele sentiments to the in the General Assembly. part." But Ihis, it seems, wai not enough. lie has in the State is directed. Of your fidelity in Ihis subject of slavery guide on the to the discharge oflhe duties ofthe office
a 9. Resolved. That with a view of impart: no power" to take the we will not allow ourselves : -but because he last summer ran of
great preventative remedy against a Ji soJu. any steps" to have State emergency to harbor a as one
lion of( the Union,to wit : a united public sentiment I. ing to the delegates who may he selected by lepiescnted iP this great Southern council ; but he duibt. We are led to make these remarks from the SIR: I have the honor Washington to Jan. 10, 1S30. the Emancipation candidates for the Convention
the people of the several !udicial districts: the has take it recollect acknowledge: the receipt: and in his speeches proved himself virulent
to fact
that
at the Soul b,J'our Committee have naturally L. "power" steps, as far as Executive ( we rightly, (ho Sentinel at of jour Excellency's communication of Ihe 20th
character and
turned their authority of Slate Rcpresenta- name and influence will Tallahassee the ultimoand lo that it and malignant ABOLITIONIST.
attention avail Republican
to the means of i to discourage Ihe appointment Jacksonville oppose say comes wry opportunely for'
.
outaming a proper concentration- of lives i we respectively! suggest that each Dis.! of Delegates by the people of a most t resistance to the admission of Ihis new antiolaverj the trial of an issue in Missouri, which excites a We think therefore that his appointment at
puhlcopinion trict Convention! should adopt a resolution great public expectation. That ismf wa* joined I in this time lo an ofliice in slave
interested a State in the
and We ,
deeply State. State. -
this .
upon point they re. So far (rom leaving the say consent to her admission only the Senate of the United tht'kfi i
States instant
earesty all the delegates who on in midst ofthe
commend a the mOlt ofii'Ctive means which elected recognizing slmllJ matter to the people with a request that they should as a COMPROMISE ly which the whole question, in the declaration made by me, and denied "by my colleagc intense excitement on the slavery

bale been siiggebled, a full representation at representatives o the "pass upon" it, without the expression of any opin- all its bearingi,may forever settled. The North that the General Assembly of Missouri had question, and before six months have expire'dsince

of the Southern States in the Convention large ion on his part, from the Executive Office" he was determined to oppose her admission, had she mistaken the sentiment of the people and misconceived he openly preached his incendiary doctrines -
be held 10 llcsv That we earnestly)', but res.pectfuU. issues his their own powers. when they pledged the from the stump, is a w.nton disregard
proposed to in the City of Nashville in : manifesto condemning it as absurd disorganizing not excmeslavery ; let us show her that this is a State to with the (
urge upon His Excellency the Governor I co-operate slave-holding Slates in ofthe feelings and sentiments of the
June people on
next. unconstitutional, and revolutionary. He game at which Iwo can play the measures in The time
expected (for
progress.
The next point in order consideration is, ;' to give his official sanction to these has no power lo forward the movement-he has trying that issue was at the August elections of next this subject, and an outrage not only on Ken-

at to the mode and manner in which the representatives proceedings, by Proclamation, recommending I abundant power to retard it. The Stale stands pledged lo all whom it may Concern. summer; but the time proposed in the resolutions lucky, but upon the whole Sounh.
to Ihe people: of the State to carry out the which you send me i is better because earlier and I Louisville Chronicle.
of this State sliall, be by a unanimous vote of its Some small
appointed ? r objects contemplated in the rcsolu- Legislature in behalfof demagogues (savu the Charleston! will take care to make it known Missouri, for the
Upon this point your Committee acknowledgethat tions. foregoing the Convention. The Governor who wants the Mercury) think that something is (to be gained by information of all concerned.

they have encountered some difficulty in official power to raise hii finger to redeem its plighted stigmatising the Southern Conventian as a project Respectfully, sir, your ob't serv't. What Jenny Llnd is to Get.-We copied
arriving at a definite and this These resolutions having been faith has THOMAS II. BENTON. an article Horn the European Times, stating
plan ; embarraslueut attentivelyread abundant authority for exerting himself of di union. Piling calumny upon calumny, theyaccuse
Gov. Stabrotkt Charleston S. C. what of the conditions which
lun been produced more by the diversity and considered, were then unanimously lo annul and make void a solemn legislative re ule. the people of South Carolina of a desire 'for were some on

suggestions, which LUG lately appeared in adopted. This letter goes forth, not as the views of a private the dismemberment of the Union, and then,to Florida Tobacco. Jenny Lind was to come to this country, but

tho newspapers of the State, than by any On motion of John Erskinc, it was Re. citizen, not as the sentiments of Gen. Brown but as that such is the object of Ihe Nashville Convention prove The ".Indent nothing was said ofthe amount of money she

difference opinion amongst theJleh' I. solved That the chairman be authorized to the solemn manifesto of the Governor of Florida they affirm that it U a project of this State. South, I City" contains a Report on I the was lo receive. The Liverpool Mercury
will be I Tobacco Market, taken from the "wVew York : Mr Barnum's agent was authorized
recollected says
by the nominate, subject to the of this Express
meeting, lhat approval meet with EXECUTIVE OFFICE" blazing in capitals at its Carolina does not desire disunion. Give her "
justice which will offer for
we give to $250,000 hundred and
consequence (,f our Legislative! sit. ing, ( delegates lo represent Gadsden COunt head. As Executive document and Ihe Constitution to our readers in OIT one filly
Aetembly i'l an will it be read- and she is as ready Ihe foremost
as next
paper. Florida Leaf Tobacco is nights, and if that were not sufficient he was
ting onlJ biennially the Convention highest in the ;
in
no organized )' etna ty contemplated to be held as an Executive document will il be quoted to show I to pour out the riches of her industry and Ihe list of
Hating from the peeple have convened in ihe by the foregoing eighth resolution, and. that that, as the South could not agree, a year ago, in behalf blood of her sons in the defence of (he Union. South from quotations of American growth, averaging empowered to add an additional $125,000,
State 12 lo GO cents making, altogether, upwards of 33,000, or
since the .Nashville Convention" th Chairman and Secretary form I Iwo of the per pound. The .fnc City"
was of a Southern Address, so now it Carolina did not lead in the
< cannot call for
and agreein a Southern Con- remarks : "In view of the abundant J more than 500 ($2,500)) for each of the one
that said an highprices
and have the
proposed consequently action in number, delegates crops
any pow. behalf of Southern Convention vention she
a The South ; followed the invitation of another "
anda of her three hundred and fitly times she U S1D". She
reference to (the great Cotton and to
that staples Sugar
of to fill in their
appointment Delegates er occur o 1
any vacancy may divided why then should Ihe North distant State
and
in
falter her the same motives that has these it is said that
prompted Tobacco Florida accepted terms and
thereto, must had, if at all, by the own body.In presents great temptations to agricultural ;
L people work <>f aggression ? Again, and more loudly mayit : the invitation prompted also her acceptance of it- 30,000 are to be placed in the hand of Baring. -
in thteirpriniarycapacity. enterprize. The lands are new and
Jndeedyour Committee accordance with (the foregoing resolution! be proclaimed that, should resistance be attempted (the desire to save the Union, if possible; if not, then her facilities to cheap, Brothers and Co. before the Swedish
are inclined to the belief market good and her climate and
that'
such is tho chair named
the
following gentlemen as to unconstitutional acts of Congress the South to save the South." healthfulnc'b unequaled." Nightingale" darts from England"W" ,



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The Gorernor's Reply TIIR UMOX or THE STATES IN TF.KIL, )FKHIIUAIIV IftTit, 1 83t). \ ASTONISHING YET CURE EVER An Ordinance. Commissioner's Sale.

MLs. Eros :Unaccustomed as I on is IT :;OT ? This is a solemn quextiun, M:4slm.: LlITORSL RUt one of th'ce And this L> Dr. tVrbcU's SHOWN. To raise a Revenue for the City of TdHahas BY vnhe of f a Dree cf the Hon. I. H. !Tronic,

into Irrfpa in1'1! I he columns of ihc puli- and one. that concerns the \\hole world, but who do not calculate the value ofihe Union 1'utuent rated S rup of see for tiC Fiscal Year commencing en t e J'i'l! ; .4| the United States Disrt: ( Court tsr

lie Journals! fi.t.I' 'fluctant i"'xv' 'to undertake especially tho e whose destiny is cat under ," became if caimtt be. calculated. I amfoo Sjrsaparifla. first day of April, in the year one 1wuwdriga the N'Uthorn in sad l-rric:Cot'rt; { ,of Flon h-rtin j,Margavt-t tit a rju-w Krcr r jpeudintf i*

lje, t.ii-Ji ; b'rt' Icic"ug! that! : llic lime !has at- that happy Constitution-happy in its design! well conversant, with) the amount patriot hundred andffty.OECTION Complainant, and Jol.n7.. ArsjTp, fKcttttor iii

tieJ, diz <'try citizen, however pmill his nnd in i's influence if fjiihiully reguded: blood wln'rh! has been freely poured out, and Messrs. H. Diinlcy &. Co. Drugiti, IJoston.Jentlrinen Patrick Kerr, dr Mietf, is Defendant, and aljK by
l.ts is called which is the ciinddff 1ience or Lwnihle prc'lojitions, Union. '!i.i miilioiH oflreaMire eseuuT.&ll| l in its eUb.lishm ; \ March l l'S I was taken x\ilh a ) expwe;
coutiilrtiie his tnitr.for the promotion? None) can doubt! tht> but severe pain and bnenc a in une of my knees. Three DT AND COUNCIL CFTIIH CITY or TALI.A- Court House in Midi son County,on the ftrst Monday
,iion t impending: danger iit, and pubsequent defence, even to month* alter, the other became affected in a similar I(454EE, That the first section ol tbe Jwvcnaj Act in March next, the following d-,,rriSed WND :
vr 1.1 i huveiJctPrniitu-J to obey they who are shamefully! ignorant of it in the balance Xo ot (lie last te. and the same is, coaticued E N W W >
'tfir pitliHc isctig weigh sir. Oar Country : manner ; in about ?i\ months( il tacked one eLbow year in J 4, J N XV j. t: J N r. 4, W J N E 4.
(tbt I bummons, hy briefly touching upon u01tbc few events, or they who are ready themselves the land of Constitutional Liberty, the aiid in a frtv tninl! < more the other-jhmce cxien- lull tore as part of thu Oidiancc.Srcrio.N E j S E ,i. i! i S W J. an.l W J S F. LsiSetjln 2},

points embraced in the reply) of Ilk Kxcclloncji and suppose that the people of iouiteen sov- home .,1 the oppressed, and the admiration din;; to tl.evri-t<, file shouMer, ankles, airl smaller shalL 2. Be itjurther OrJuincd, Thit there Township 10. Range 1'i: South avl! Kar.
be levied
the ti )venjor,_to the joint letter of reign States are equally prepared, to submit to of the wopd; n-must ba preserved." Th' jorrt'i of thectrernjtie<. This di>lre<*in!? atFcctiuunotvvith'tsnJing for the fisr.il year and commencing collected the on futlow the first ing day Taxes ot >3.Also South, i K and J N Haif.i K 4, S-vtioa; C I, Township 10, Roncr 3

our c
ill appearance in the columns ofthe "Sentinel.1, oidcr to preserve) apolitical! connexion with! have; raised the whirlwind, to ride upon the ,ielt!! lud jba.idoicd all yaj dopes of recovery.my I 'ABJ first my- 1st.-Upon all! Merchants *ending goods, wares Township 10, Ran. p I l'3, S-iuth a-iJ BaIt, makirg mall

With all proper respect, personally and ofi.rially ( others who would rise such connexion merely storm, can never love rea.'on from hrr seat doctored for Chrunintisni by eminent ar.d skilllulphy.Jcian3 and merchandize, a tax ot thirt6rp cents on evi-ry SOO acres, more or ki.
hundred dollars: in value cf their s'ork in traJ> The
for His Kxccllency, I must he permitted for their own benefit, and to the injury of their and into the disunion. : then f.'r t S. rofula, \\hite svetLiri Sic, on fjllowmg is .s ifo-criptioo nf tljp ta-ut im Section
; cast us sea Noting and three months the first day of April next, a near at the amr can 21 ad! 2.!. given by a gentleman of high sfamln -
the Massachmetls iene-
spent in
to itnile public attention to the style? -the tone associates.At the great excitement in Congress on the subject rat Hospital. I then went into physicians b.> ascertained.2J : upon a r rer.r examination midc Ly him r -
and spirit of the Reply ;" and 1 ask in all a time like this, when ex-en the venerable of involuntary servitude, I have written, for about one year, and followed a regular prescrip family -Upon all venders of gtJa. wares and inctchandizc The above 1 idmv b.- cbssed (asa'body) a fTJsf

candor, whether! anything discoverable in the sages of the republic me downcast, if not desponding in the form of Preamble and Resolutions tions constantly. I ncfr experienced any permanent (other than itinerant tradcii.) v.ha shall rate grey sit i! h.intmiK-k ; and the same mij be sii.t
my business after the firs
ot next
commence diy April of tbeeihths
document to which it refers, could! ju tly have at the prospect, it revolts commonsense : opinion, and req-iest their insertion invaluable your menced, and scarcely Dr.any Corbetts temporary Concentrated reliel, until I comlaking tfSnrsaparilU. or who hold licence.* heref >!e issiT'l whibh expire second rate land M-paratelv.! on nl!! of them for slKxigti. the swoon'there is i is nm some.U.

challenged such an exhibition of attempted and shocks ex-cry generous and noble piper for the information of your Syrup alter the first ot April next, a IJK i>t'thirry-fi eccalson The himireek H ex'-p( ilinglv thick with an under

irony and ttnrrasin., (pushing by the insidious feeling, to listen to the flippancy of the ignorant reader, as they may lead to elicit the views of I btg4u i the tuc of thin) in March last and hef.'re I every hundred dollars in value ot tlu-ir stock in gro-\tf. of Re.J BJV. Cane, and vines of every kind

insinuation* tts la wtoicc.) as Js contain-d in and to their cuckoo cries of peace! others, and do good.-"la: the multiplicity! of had taken thiee bottles, ol.tainci! sensible relief. I trade lime, to be alter e"iimatcd the and as.sed in all case at matted together, which made ia accurate examination
any commencement nf such business ( verf djiicutt.G.owthLive .
that reply : Surely his KiceJlency! must peace when there is no peace. counsel, theme is wisdom"A have now taken twenty bottles, with a daily and or the expiration cf such license : I'rosiletl, Su-h Oiitt. Wafer Oak, Ilickcry. While-

hate been jostled from his propriety and lost It has been wisely said that perpetual vig. SUBSCRIBER.! permanent The swelling improvement.and lameness ha<5 almost entirely a- tax shall be awe ed boftrc the Cpjmation of te: Oak, Walioo, Red Bay, atid Swet Ccm, generally "


f clay,
!hie Rtati ri, v.-hen he roult! permit: himself toivccrnd vigilance is not always the whale price.- Preamble? and.loizJi'c&/zitjon.-It is highly are fn fr restored that I can walk and work com all Auction Sale*,and Sales!b3 Coirin but at many ol the roots cf lseif!! frccy, a shelly lirrie
ion Merclnnta! and (actors
( m tar as t<. journey to Flanders," // is :necessity to insure timely forewarning of important at the present crisis, that every fortably. My general health i is good ; 1 have Rained amount of sales. one per cent. ut>ou the or mail with lime rocks.
gross 0i 1 K \ of N E 4. and I E i of S E i cf Section 22,
thirty pounds of flesh, and I have the fullest
:mid there invoke the a-ithiuity of" Uncle To. the approach of danger, but something more siatesmin: ( ; and patriot should give his aid anlconutemnce. deuce, from the: benefit thus far received from corifi-this (1th-Upon all improved and unimproved town runs a slip of open low pine sapplin; ; and traf er oak

,by,'' in rrJenMKt ) a question which now en. is requisite to avert it ; and they who deserve : to maintain( the Union, peace, celebrated t tctnsJv, ot being early nt-rfeclly rn>tured.PAULINA lots, a tax of thirty-five cents on every bundled dollars land,second and thud q-nlity, about fifteen acres wn

prosifs the greatest intellects of the land !- liberty will take measures, seasonably, to repel an.l hanmi'.y: of the United States: and its WILLIAMS. value thereof. each eighth.
hiS and arsiilauts if the should Territories: (which are the Iliverhill, DecccbcrS 1545 Cth-Upon every practicing Plnsician, Dentists r These lands are believed by the examiner TO he
But "even nun to taste, as Ills Excellency worst come. connnn: property Attorney and Counsellor at Law, one per cent on equal to any in this hammock, (Suwa.inee Old Town
(llaitei-ed peihnps by the oncotniutn.if Such was the vigilance, and such the wie utile Nation) by adjuring constitutionally! and [Slate of Ne.v Hampshire.] every hundred dollars of annuil income. Hammock,) a-.d superior to a large portion of that

the Sentinel,} may eu-n nmv be luuuiuusIv conduct (ifs the illustrious authors of//ie/ revolution. amicably; : the vexed question of involuntary firaflon; County, s* -Dee. !-*>, ISI is. IVfsona'ly G'.h-Upon all tree colored miles, between the hammock The growth OT many parts ol Section

J rest/n/ Upon tit. zLt.irical laurals, won in Tficy did not rest satisfied under the servitude upon a firm lin is, nn.I l leaving to apl.t4fld| before me 1'aulina Williams, and made solinu agps of twcnty-one and fifty years, a tiot" ten dollars. 22 i? truly njagnificehf.?
thosa irmiM> oath the foreg>>in j statement, by her subscribed, These lands arc (from their Eastern limit) about
v.-ith dele.Cation bare Xnozccd.rci1ai theirlibcitics threatened : interested the "
jgrecentcofltet our congressional were .utely proper con- to be true. JOHN McCLARY. 7th-U; cnall free colored females, between the a hall a mile VvVst of fields cleared by John tJTer.and .-
I will iK t. by pursuing this sulijccl further : but having asceitained this went trul thereof anJ arrest threatened of and of five dollars.
they thereby Justice ul the Peace. ages twenty-one fitly years, a ta\ fioin two to three miles West ol the Suwanr.ce'

rifck diMcrbitig his repose, but lenw him to work to devise plans to check the progress danger, to the last anchor of hope, for liberty, ED\VD.. DRIXLEY i. CO., Sole Proprietors. River, in the midst of the hammock known as Su-
the reflections of a calnur mood, when encroachment -they held eoireutjozs our glorious Sth-Upon all! white male inhabitant., between wannee Old Town Hammock."
( uu- ; t tley repuhhic.-l'hcreforc- For sale by them in any q'untity, and by their appointed
the ages ot t went -one and sixty a poll 'ax of TERMS One-third cash one-third in
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Jess I nrjch mistake his powers discrimination expostulated and remonstrated with ihcir op. Is!. lies'Jred, Uy the Senate and House AjcQla ju the United Stiti-s and Canadas. one dollar. year and one-third in two years ;after date of sale one,3er with,

( he will artive at the conclusion that piesscr ; and when these fiiileJ, they formed of Representatives of the United States in LEWIS &. AMES, Oth-Upon all slavey a tax ol seventy-five cents : I interest at (he rate of eight per cent per annum from

the eccffsion was any other tlun: appro- alliances, not only between colonies! of a common Congress assembled,-That the only actual Sole Agents for Tallahassee.OBITUARY. Provided, The City Council may exempt (rein tax the tlite osale. The credit instalment to be secured1

rite forpuch a display. mother, but with foreign nations, in de- power, secured by the Constitution to the ation any alive laboring ur.dr mental or bodily affliction by mortgage on (he land1.
or in'inaity, on application of the owner ol Title deeds at IheCosf 6f
purchasers.
The comimiiiicfttion which has called forth fence ()rights of which that: mother (!) would Congress of the United States, over personal such slave, or his agent, R B. HILTON Commissioner.

(his lengthy Reply cf His Excellency, is a hare depixcJ them. property of the citizens thereof is contained Died at her residence in Leon County on the 23d 10th-Upon all pleasure Carnages, Barouche?, February 16, t.s.V 6 :3t

calm, many and dignified exposition by our This, at the time, was called! treason ; ma.ny in these words : Nor shall private property ultimo, CHAU1TY J. BRANCH, consort of N. i\ Curies, Tilburys, Stanhopes, Chairs, Sulkeya and

vnittd delegation to Congress, ofthe position of the actors in the grand dranvi were be taken for public use without just compensation Branch, in the Sid year of her ae, leaving a disconsolate Stae hundred; ; Coaches dollars, value a tax thereof.ci tbiity-five cents on every For Sale.

oftfftirs at tho scat off the National Government branded as traitors, and on the gallows expia. ;" and as Slaves are prix-ato property husband ar.d several children,with a number llth-Upon every Slave publicly exhibited for A NEW wfll-fini'.ri'-d and convenv

with reference to questions involving ted their imputed crime. But mark the end guarantied by the Constitution, and to free a of relatives and friends to mourn their trrepara sale within the incorporated limits of this city, a tax \_ ient FAMILY CARRIAGE with
the honor and four Freedom slave wcul'l! not be for Con- of I two dollars. harnessall! m good ordcr.atu! only rum
safely State. Il could but and independence, unparalleled public use, tile loss. Also
from Tennessee. a large pair of gentle HOR'SF.S.
interest
nth all monies loaned at ,
have been ed of rigilant ] and social i gress therefore, cannot act either --- -- ---- --- -Upon thirty- vvill be fasten
oipec a delegation, prosperity happiness, were purrha. piss any live cents on every hundred dollars so loaned or kept Cotton ra payraent af market
possessing; the superior means of information: sediy\ that treason ; and the traitors of '76( t appropriating the public money to pay for Purse Lost. at interest. price, delivered in Tallahassee Person sirous tu

xvhif.li: their position .ifi'irded them, that they arc canonized now as martyrs in a just and slaves or onrtncipiU* them, within the State, TN tiding to the town from Quincy.or in thestreets SECTION 3. Re further Ordained, That there purchase vviil please enquire at Col. Boiler's rcsi

\vuuld keep the KH cut ire of tho Slate, andthrough righteous cause, whilst the memory of those the District uf Columbia, or other Territories I of Tallahassee, at night, a gentleman lost, on the shall be levied aad collected the following Licence dei.ce, Leon lo County.Fitruary lioU.. C 4tE.
a7th} ult. a steel couta-iiini( $525, filly I'.ol-
him tho lecreant Americans who took side uitli the of the United States, without a manifest disregard pun>e ; ((2 taxes.
people at large, constantly ad.
tar bills one of the Bank of America, the oilier sit t 1st-Upon all retailer of spirituous or vinous liquors
\isc.l j ufth" actual posture aif.tirs, and coun. oppressor) or imir.miniously; fled to avoid danger ofthe rested rights of her citizens, the Union Haul of New York ) Any one who will in quantities lead than one qualm, a tax ot six- H. LUCKEY,

gel and bugge.it tint adoption of Mich! measures is rendered forever execrable! by three for, the moment Territory is required cither leave the. simne, or information of it, at the Carolina tv" dollars. PRINCIPALof t the Female Department of fletcher

as the exigency ofthe occasion might demand words.-"TiiKv: \VIKU: Tu ns: !" I by cession (as was the District) of Columbia.) House putney will be liberally rewarded. 2d- Upon all Billiard Tubles and Bowling Allejs, ill be prepares! by first of April toaccommodje >

And what moje hare: they done in their late j Let the timid and the servile of the prevent by pure has' or conquest, t that i instant it be- March _', tU. 3 t or Ten-Jim Alleys technically o c lied tl used for board tMrly young ladies month with genffvl and
liiie, a tax of till} dollars. comfortable at $10 l per lights( and
communication ? I Have I they required of I His I i day beware lc.t they bring upon themselves conies time common properly of the Nation, To Teachers. 3d .. Upon every dray cr cart, used for hire, a tax washing included. His house ui e igntd for yomglaJici :

Excellency the exercise of any jmircr ; or the and entail UKHI; their childicn a stain as indel.ible | and is t hfii mler guardian icing.* of the r lC City Council ol Tullaii.iv.ee wish to employ of ci;hl dollars. only, and all the interests of thos* trinmjitcd

infraction of any t legal or constitutional pro. as that which attaches to the memory of Conttfltt'inn! becoming subject to the introductiori a competent Tcaoh, fi>r imontLs, to t.LecIiar.e -5 Hi-Upon every two or four horse wagon u-d to his care, will be strictly guarded.Thurnasville .

\ifrion ?-and yet, iw one who had perused their p'ototypes of involuntary servitude, on settlement ol use free IRa!.' school which is desiirned to for hire,a lax fit ten dollars. February l">, frCU. G

only the "Reply! ," it might readily seem that Although every true patriot and every phi. by the citizens; owning such property, and the go rate into of $operation.[' ''K)> per the annum.first t of Applications April next,salary, by letti-r at the, hire Sth, a-tax Upon of every eight dollars hack, or, except public carnage hacks and used carriages for State of Florida-Gadsden Circuit Court.

of the lunthropisl views the clouds with Constitution being parumo'mt; ubiog-Ues: all tu livery stables.Cth .
our worthy delegation, forgetful high gathering postage p.iiJ will be received Irom now until the belonging public IN CHANCERY.
responsibility of their station-iinmintlf.il of sad apprehensions yet it is no time lor whining J.iws incompatible, by which it was [deviously tWih Match. .\d1re.Cuty CouncilTallahasit-eFa. -Upon every public Livery Stable, a tax of Mary Woodward,

their allegiance tu the institutions of their : but they who really love the Un'nn' as gOVP riteti.nd. March J, 1530. S lit t Sentinel copy. twenty-five..Upon collars."Ih Hanker and Pedlar vendirggojds Vi. Bill frr Dirorce.
evtiy
State, and in reckless disregard ofthe solemn it came from the hands of oar forefathers I[ Resolved, That, while Congress }has Monticello Male School.rpilfl ware, and merchandize, a tax of one hundud James J. Woodward.IT )

oath, which, I doubt not each of them, has and thus only is it woithy freemen's lox-e-- j 1 the constitutional right to establish Territorial dollars appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by
I (Governmnemmts and admit States the second session of Ibis SCHOOL will coin- Sth all Bank tax of sixty dollars. affidavit in this cause filed, that JatrJ.. Woodward
lime and again taken to support and defend j will evince their devotion by opposing into Un- -Upon Agencies a
every
.I_. mence on MONDAY, the Jib MARCh and end the defendant in this cause,reside? beyond the:
1
the constitution of the Slate, have traiforautl'/: perversion that must, sooner or later, end in ] ion, the sovreign rights withheld by the peo- with a public examination on Friday, the 2d August.Kates IHh-Upon all agencies of Insurance Companies Ja jurisdiction of this Court, and out of the State of

counseled and advised the violation of that I the dissolution ofthe fair fabric. i' pie to adopt or eject involuntary servitude of tuition per session : lax of twelve dollars.10th Florida: It is Ordered, That the said Jatns J.

Laded instrument. Hut let plain mallei-of. To give efficacy to such opposition, it is pro. xvithin: their CoflStitiit 1(1115, when applying for Orthography. Readinj. and Writing, f? CO -Upon all venders of Lottery Ticket, a tax Woodward do appear, j>Iead, answer, or demtir trf
i admission into the Union be Arithmetic, fJramuiir, Geography, Xc. 12 OUPnilofupliy of five doIlui And all retailers spirituous tinous said Dill of Complaint vVithin three tn hlliscr said
fact, i instead of rht'.loricaldisiluy$ (heel Je this j posed that the Southern, or slax-e-holding! 1 cannot questioned : or
Cheaiutry, Astronomy, Mathematics Bill! will be taken pro confcsftt against said defendant
aforesaid, all keeptu billiard tables,
q'testiou, and we are astonished at | States, shall send delegates to a Convention by i the Congress of the I United States. liquors as
discovering i fcc. 13 00 or b.wling[ or ten pin alleys, all keepers of every and the cau e set for hearing at the next Term
that this about whose immediate and act in j 3r.7. Rrvolved! That it is highly important Ancient Is 0 flourishing constitutional pow (asf.irasthey may j The Languages, dray or cart, or two or four horse wagon, or hack or the May next. at Quincy : further
er" is vented upon a simple! declaration olop'nion their delegated character.) ultimate puipose j that Teniiorial Governments be by laxvconMituted W. O. GIRAIIDEAU. public carri.igeu.ed for hiie as aforesaid.-all ketpfn Ordered, That this Order be published in some

by our delegation that in the absence and duty it will be to agree upon, and to recommend '> without delay, to secure the safety and Monticello, March 2, 1S30. S 41 of livery stables, hawkers and pedlars agents of public newspaper printed in this State once a rvcel
months.
for three
of our General Assembly, the Krccutivc is to their constituents the adoption of ProsPerity of our citizens, resident within the Notice.ALL Ranks krK-rv or tickels Insurance, shall,Companies undrr penalty, and of all double venders the of 2J Ftbruaiy, ISVTHOMV5).

the proper organ to "sujgcsC such measures such measures as may put a slop to aggressions limits of the country acquired by treaty persons indebted to the estate of J. hn Cole- tax i in'casaof faiUre, before their several avocations, BAt.TZEU JaJg.

as may be most effectual in collecting the pub- which are becoming tiitolei able. The from Mexico, or admit States, with suitable (deceased late of Madison County, will callings or business as aforesaid may be pursutd and A true copv-Attest,

lie f-ciitiineat, upon the vitally important! questions j object Gi the Convention will not be ilestruc- boundaries within ita limits when applications |lea e make payment and all persons having demands upon the pavmeut ot the taxes levied as aforesaid, K. C. LESTER, CUrk.

\\hich now agitate our country. Sec 1 tire but conservative of the Constitution. Il i lila). be nude for that purp.v, with Repnlijean" agiin the estate -.\ ill please present' them, obtain a License f-o to do from the Intendanr, to be February ti, 1SU. 5 3rn
the auCiini-tr.Hrr. countersigned by the Treasurer, and such Licence
\xhnl, our delegate!. Jo I this the aggtioxcd '-the people ofthe South1j Constitutions, fulfilling all i ihe require legally attested.to
my upon point.M parl} VANS RANDELL. shall not Le iaiued for a shorter period ths: one State bf Florlda.CADSDEX .-
To you us thu retentive of the Slate, we J ern Slates-would but unite in a pacific and mer.ts (ii the Constitution: of the United Slates; Madison Coujty, Mitch-2, 15-Vi.' S -It year.lith. CIRCUIT COURT-IN CIIAKCCKY--

have ventured to communicate our opinion as calm, but resolute opposition to the schemes and li it further -On all Shows,otl.er than Circus snrEque- 4
Scott
to the action which the crisisdenrintis, and in 1 1of fuutiics and other reckless disturbers oft j -l.'i I'csolccd, That the necessary measures, Fletcher Institute. tiian Exhibitions, a tax of five dollars, and on all Dorothy Ci'. }> Dill for Dirorte.

doing to we bcliox-e ourielvos ti> be in the discharge their repose, it can hardly be doubled thit; ve. be adopted, to s'ttle! definitively, the liound.-i-( : WHEKKAS, Mddnin Humor ars that students dollais Circuses shall or Equestrian Le levied and exhibitions collected,Ito a tax each of cxhibi-eight Reuben Scott. }

of a high; and imperious obligation. i iTpon ly soon they would! be relieved from evils that j ry limits of the Slate of 'lV\as at the earliest to come (ti I' jbn 1 Institution cannot (i tion.a licon-e to authorize which must first h'e obtained IT appearing la the afi-facti of the Court, byailiJaUt

: you must devolve the honorable duty i' must otherwise become incurable. I flut should !' possible day, con'jcding lo her, all she is en- j' e.find- ,boarding 1 send rwtinr ious :, thit To I all hnee whom in .zg it may kouse conrn onlietill | from (the Intend.vt. and cminteisignedby the defendant In in this this cause.resides cause tiled, that beyond Reuben the Scottlh.jnti iic-I ,

devising a mode proceeding bj which the i the Convention be composed of delegates from tilled to have gained at the expense tfher at tht Institution, (hiP/he TUOlIac, 1L I! furshcJ Tnca5uierundera penaltj of double the tsx herein lion cf (this Cobrt. and o'it of the Sufeof FlnriifaIt

public will of our commonwealth, as declared only a portion ofthe Southern Stales, the apparent blood and tiensure. ,, tcithfi'c pl
in the resolutions ue have arlverted to, can be want of unanimity among them will >lrnttMd will, promise ?o give them plenty goods, wares or rr.erchandi/.e for sale in this city, ;>!ead, ar.tver. r>r demur to City vs. the Land Company. ot f good wlioc! 'nu; diet! I three times a tay! furnish wiihin three months..' nr -ii.J Kill rtill be taken pro
best refeohod into action. We have no doubt only invite further aggression. there shall be levied and collected tax of( one hun
This! } action b-ought to time lights, and dotheir washing, all for ten dollars per nfesbo against said di-ft-nilant, and that the cause
recover posses- license sell shall fiist be
dollars and I to
the ofthe Stale wilKconform That the Convention will be held is dred ; a so
people to anyjubt t beyond nonth, one hilf paid in advance, t e other at the je set fir hearir.c during the next Term ot ihe
slOt) of the ends of certain streets in the city, obtained ft..rn (tlie Inti-ndii.t as alcrtsaid, under a
method you may suggest for ihe selection oil a doubt. The call was made by the Slate of end ot the yeir. Gadsden Court m Way next : 1i'J it is further Or-
i failure do double
ol to of tax
now in the of the defendants penalty, in case kc a
Representatives. Aliuw us to *ay it seems Mississippi, and it ha been already responded occupancy as I). P. SMI1 LI.lieldiervill' to be imposid.SICTIO.V dried, That lhi Order be {'tibliiheJ in s-ome pnMie
wharves, came on for trial at this term of ihe -, Ga., IVh. 21. Iv'HJ. 7 lmr,
printed in thi-i StaN titea week for threemonths. -
quite reasonable that our.fellow.citizeni should to by Virginia, South Carolim, Alabama and 1. Jle'tfiirlhrr Ordained. That every newspaper(
Court, and resulted in verdict f Plaintiff. i-'turnarx IS, 13."iJ.THOMAS ( .
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be allowed to benefit by the increased weight Georgia. Can Florida-can all ofthe other >r To tte Florida Volunteers. Danui'ireotvpi-t. U-K-te [:ir>oinc such occupation in IJALTZEtL Judge,
j The city claimed the possession ofthe land I ;Ihis city a.i.l ewry ncn-resident Dentist: before ,
which the repipfctMital'mn will derive from the j Southern Slates, should they combine-prej by virtue of a dedication made by the Land sndigtied will i attend to 1 the rollecii uti of pursuing his ;>ri fes.ion within the limits cf this city, I. FIUSJUSON, Jr., Solicitor;
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circumstance that, their Chief Maghit ate giv. j vent the Convention ? If they cannot, what is j the vale of THE agaiu-t I lite State or the United States shall J ay a lax of ten dollars, and <*btan: a liceii-e Atrueco..y-Attest,
The
; ing a feubfctauti.il execution to a solemn en. I i their most becoming and prudent policy ? Is j! Company: : at 1838 Company or services rendered! by, or supplies furnished, ihe from the Inti-.idint ; and upon failuie or refusal so R. C. LESTER, Clerk
nctment of tbe State, bad re omincnded the I it to stand b.ick and leave their neighbor and denied the dedication of lSj-3: and proved one 'loiid* Volunteers cu'.u-d', into service of the State to d>), shall pay double the tax above ai cs-ed. Febriiarv 9, 1S50. 5 3m

btep?, and co-operated in the movement b<*a friend their in writing in 1H37, by which t they reserved by unsupported by counsel
or with all t lie forms Middle Circuit of Florida.
which ( the propeity in question, and gave evidence Being thoroughly coiivertant Oidinances, or parts ot Ordinances contlicl; with
n delegation was Herein even by their approbation"?
appointed.; to khow the assent of the thereto. and bti-ir.ffcsnece--! ry l lor the collection of the same, the true intent and meaning of thb Ordinance, bend GAD3DEN! [ COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
this short q-iotutioii is embraced all upon j It is feared by some that the proceedings of city ( be flatters him flf lie will be enabled to give full the same are hereby repealed.
which His Excellency has based his tremendous J the Convention may be irritating; and revolu The question for the Jury was to the existence atislaclioii to those entrusting their claims with 'assed the Council and approved thi 27th day of la Chancery
I
ado, about violated constitutions" and] tionary. If the j.cople of Florida entertain I of u dedication in 1833. Questions' of lim. Februarv.'A. D. 150. Isabella Win!, )
law were raised ; first as lo the ) Rtfereace-All wlio know him.GcotGE D HOGUE, Intendant. t... > Dii! for Divorce.Fl .
"usurpations, alikts dangerous and censurable. i mcb fears, let them belect as delegates rim competency W. HUTCIIINS.Vbniarv21 Clerk. ardF. Ward.
of ihe citizens Attest-GKO. W. HCTCHIXS, :)
witnesses
as and as to the form
| with livers white as milk" (there are some _... 1 1Vj. 7 March 2, 1SSO. 8 4t having been made to appear! to the fatista-ttion of
of t t the h action iT
Jim)' leisure should admit of it, and it will 1 j such among u",) to go and restrain by their; j Ejectment. The Court ruled the Jud. e of (this Court, by affidavit duly filed
not be considered too great a tax pmdcncc the turbulence of delegates from | these in ftvor of the plaintiff, reserving the Lost or Mislaid. Raisins, Figs, Cheese, Vc. among the papers h n thin cause, that the Said Edvvj d

columns! I again advert upon to yourvaluable this I Slates of less experience, LUSS WISDOM and latter point for more full argument on a mo- PROMISSORY note given by James B. Beard 911 BOXES En lih Dairy Cheese, F. Ward, t tl lie defendant inlhe I above Bill,resides out
may lion in arrest Judgement lo be made. A and William Perkins, for the sum of two hundred .....d'J 10 Drums frerh Figs, ot this District, and bevond the limits of the State
tubject. CAI'O.Gadbdcn less patriotism than this \E.NKU.VHLI: commonwealth The found for andMS >-seven dollars, dated about l'3d December 20 Boxes do. Raisins, of Florida, and in the State of Alabama :
Plaintiff. Defendants
Co., IVb. 2=th, 1S50.Geu. can boast. Jury ) lS47and made paj able to I the subscriber on I Box Citron, It ii. hereby Ordered, That (the said defendant ba

IJodies politic, like natural bodies, are liable mox-cd in arrest Judgement and for a nexv tIme fir.t day of January, 1SOO, with interest from the 1U Boxes Champaigne Cider ,. required to appear and answer I his Bill of Complaint
trial-which motions to be in within three months from this date, and in default
Cass. to malignant disorders that the are argued litbtday of January, l-stl* lleidsick Champaigrie Wine.
require 'I allahas6.ce in the ensuing month. 1 forewarn all persons iroin iraaing lor oaia nun.zi .-, With a variety of articles of the kind, received (hereof, the said Bill shuM be taken717-0 tonfeud
The Raleigh Register (Whig,) alluding to treatment of wise heads. And we have the Col. A. G. Semmes J. J. andV. it has been paid. per Emeline, and for sale byMcNAUGlIT against the said defendant, and the caase shall beset
the late speech General Cass in which be authority of inspired wisdom for the truth of Maj. Finley, FLAV1US A. BYRD. i. ORMOND. fot hearing at the next Tftm 6f the Circuit
; \ G. M. Davis
the provetb, that in a multitude of counsel- Ksq., for Plaintiff. February ?3, 1S.V')). 7 NeportFebrthry 23, 1S50. 7 Court; in said County of GatMkn; on time third Mon
exprcesed his opposition to the Wilmot Provi. lors there i is It is admitted Hon. W. II. Hrokenborough and R. J. day in Mjy| rtesl t : Prosuiedi That publication eo, : safely. everywhere Moses Ksq., for Defendants.A Bagging and Rope* Turperitirie Axes, &cA this Order be made in some public newspaper pubishcd -,
bays by every man who reads, or hears, in this State once a week for the ['triad of
If these are his deliberate] sentiments and thinks, that a crisis is at hand that must more full rrport of this case will be gitenin 99 PIECES Kentucky Hapijimj, FRF.lI supply of the above Axe.s; also Nn.Id three months. Febnhri, i, 1S5O.
our nest.-Apalac/.ico'a Adctrliscr. ...st) 30 coiU '' Rope, 11!, and 12 Cat Plows, exira points ; Sands THOMAS CALTZELL Judge.
jibe will abide by them when the day comes soon result in dissolution of the confederacy, 1 bale Twine t Spear's Cut and Wrought Nails,&c., u% A true -Attest, ; ;
copy
-if hevlll boldly stand by the constitutional or in the restoration of healthful, sane, legitimate All Hail !I-Our Bail Road.ve 2 bales Gunny Clolh. Received per Brig Enu-linp.and for sale by, R. C. LC.STF.Rj Ctcrk.

compromises as he has just proclaimed themif I action in all its members, and prolonged have the happiness to announce to Just received tier Schooner P'ettes, and for sale! byMcNAL'fiHT McNAUGlIT &, ORMOND. February 9, l SO. 5 3nj -

; he will place himself in the ranks of harmony, and inconceivable power and glory.In our friends the passage by the Legislature of Newport, February 2'J, 1S50. & OKMONlJ.7 Newport, February 23, 1S0( 7

the wronged and insulted! South, when the a case of such emergency, where so Alabama, of an Act incorporating the Georgia Family Groceries. Gadsdeii Circuit Conrt.-

day of action may be forced upon us-if he much is at Make for weal or for woo'* lo Alabama and Florida Rail.Road Company. Fancy Sugar." TU5T received per Schooner William R. Pettes from Isaic Ferguson, Jr., ) Altachmenf.t5. .

will battle for the Constitution and this glorious countless millions, a fearful responsibility rests A transcript of said Act has been forwarded BARREL'S extra fiae Yactim Pan Sugar; received J New Orleans, > In Assumpsif. .
Reuben 332
Union against the miserable fanatics of on any individual who would thwart the to Pcnsacdla, and can be seen at the 5 per Pcttes," and for sale byMcN.kUGIIT Suger Cured Hams, Shoulders, defendant Scclt. and )all Sum person-sworn to Ji.ferested S610IJ.rpIE ara.'

both extremes who are madly plotting i's' ruin, counsels of old and wise and patriotic States, Oflice of Hon. W. Anderson. February 23, lb'50. A. ORMOND.7 Pliin Lard, do Lard Sides,Oil, X hereby notified of the institution ol the above

them we bid him God speed in his woik.He .- uttered through their constituted and const'itu. Who now will doubt the success of this -Newport St. Louis Flour, Rice, stated case by attachment, and ifre hereby required

has it in bis power to do much, very much, tional authorities after mature and earnest de project, which i is to be sa productive of benefit Liverpool Salt. Tobacco, N. O.Susar, to appear and defend said uit on the 3d Mor-dav in
Wine May next, at Qninry, or ju Claret ,
to save our distracted country. With fcuch liberation. MARION generally, but especially to Pensacola. -I 00 SACKS in fine order, (bleached Sacks,) just Whiskey, Sugar Crackers default. Jantiatv, 0, ISoO.
Crackers
patriotic sentiments as he has atowed We be I received Ilaraue R H. Gamble, and for Butter ;
we From Tampa. expect to enabled to give copy of pet Soda do lemons I. FERGUSON, Jr.. Plaintiff.Febi. .
class him among those contiolling spirits around It in our next.-Pen. Democrat.VoTH sale by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. P. :an Nuts, Oranges, ..ify !'. 130. 5 3m
him in that body, lo whom \\e turn The fcchr. Eagle, Hagan, master, arrived Newport, February 23, 1S50. 7Gentlemen's Almond. Brazil Nuts,

with confidence and hope in this dark day." here on 1'rjday last, left Tampa on Monday, OX TUB CONFIRMATION OF WEBB.- Water Pails, Stone Pipes, Sale on Monday, March 4, 1850.Gadaden .

the 18ih instant. Capt. Ilaguu informs us Yeas, Messrs. Dell Tenn., Ilerrien of Ga. Clothing; Matches, Candles, Sheriff's Sale.
that S7 Indians had come into Chokkonik.la SMALL and well selected stock of Clothing, Nail. S'apV
(;;Zr A Boston girl has accepted an offer of Dawson of do., Manjiuin of N. C., Seward of A just received per Emeline, and for sale byMcNAUGHT Nutmegs, Tin Ware, B virtue of a ntif of fieti facias, i.suetl from the .
$400 a month to go to San Francisco and act bringing in some horses, meat hogs, Arc., N. Y., Spruance of De!., aud Wales of do.- & ORMOND.). And many other articles too numerous lo mention, office cf the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the -
in the capacity of book keeper for a merchant which were to bo sold at auction in a few 7. Xoes,31. Newport, February 23,1650. 7 which will be sold at cheap as can be sold by arty County of Madron, in the Middle Circuit of Florida,
days, for the benefit of the Indians. It is said other honse in the place, far cash, byALFliED wherein Matthew J. Allen, fur the UM nf Edward
in that place. It is shrewdly suspected that that have in The New York Mirror says of fhis rejection Flour E HOC. Reynolds, i is plaintiff, and Francis Louis NeupardeCaramontLa 1
the arrangement will end in a partnership at Tampa they not brought any : Those false friends of the North who February 1C( 1330. 6 | if Force de Castlenauisdelrn'dant.I I have
The gallant Maj. Noah does not fcce why the of their breeding BOWS, though they knew that dimmed the ''Colonel" down the throat of ';)ii BARRELS SI. Louis Flour, levied upon, and will expose to sale, at poblic cut-
the would than the ,..., _, 40 do. Gennesse do. before the Court House door in
sows bring higher prices To Building Contractors. cry ,
ladies the Administration thetowiiof'S
should be deserve and will
not employed in keeping accounts receive, VO i do. do. do. first
; the bible enjoins them to increase meat hogs. This has created a feuspicion all the odium connected with this whole trans. For sale by McNAUGHT &. ORMOND. "PROPOSALS to build A Court House in the town Quincyon Legal hours,the following Monday described in March,1S30, within lo wit \,
and among some of tbe citizens, that the Indians action this swindle the Newport, February 33, 1830. 7 JL ol Quincy Florida; will be received until thr Lot No. Frac property; r
multiply, and adds he prefers ladies' figures upon public Truasu 1. Sec 36,12; R S N tfi'd W ; Lot -.
do not intend to out in faith the first day bf *ipiil next, at which time such offers
good No Frac
4, Sec
to those of the other carry ry. 31.T 2, R1N and XV; Lot No 5. Frac
sex. shall hire been made will be submitted
the
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arrangements made for their removal. On Fresh Medicines. as Sec 30, T 2, R 7 Nand \?.,containing 6y estimation
Commissioners for their decision
A certain deacon's hat blew ihe hand SMALL flock of Medicines, just received Board of County 190 acres,more Jess.
good ofTand other it is the opinion of the army C/iolcra.-The Memphis Eagle, ofthe 22d( A per thereon. The proposed building is to be o/ brick or
led him a long chase after it through the that the Indians will all be out of Florida by inst. says : Emeline, warranted pure and fresh. For sale two stories high, and fifty-three by fortyhi! fpf Levied upon as Ih- property of said defendant, and
McNAUGHT & ORMOND. to be sold to said of .
satisfy writ fl. fa.
street At length the deacon became exhausted the 1st. of June. The steamer Aleck Scott, passed up the by Newport, February 23, 1S30. 7 dimensions. The draft of Ihe building, with the SAMUEL B.. LOTE, Sheriff.

In the race, and pulled np against a post We regret to learn from Capt. Hagan, that river yesterday morning, having on board -.----- .- ,-- specifications M Gilchrjstor, may Charles bo cen II. DnP"application<>nf, two of to the James Qnincy, February 2,1S50. 4 is. .

t by the side of him, A gentleman came along Gen. TXVIGGS has been thrown from his several hundred German emigrants, among Notice mittee raiding ?n the town of Quincy. All cow.communications

to whom the deacon addressed himself thus : horse, and had his arm broken. whom the cholera broke out two days previous SIX weeks" after date, I shall apply to the lion on the subject must be addressed to the Ploughs, &.c;

,My friend I am a deacon of the church and it Gen. TWICGS sent up by Capt. Hagan for of which some eight or ten had did ; many Probate lor Leon County for letters oAdxtniitrat'on undersigned,at" Quincv. Florida."* TUST( RECEIVED, per Brig Va alla. SO 11 tgIes; '
L u very wrong for down with it. on the estate of Louisa B. Newton, JAMES M. GILCHRIST.) J Noursc, Mason &. Co' Plough 4 G Straw Cutters
me to swear ; you will two Indian Interpreters, Cudjo and Proctor. more were In some cases the< late of Said County deceased. ;
t iberefure greatly oblige if believe is dead. disease carried off its victims within CHARLES HD1TPONT.Commjttee.DtNIFL superior quality; 6 Corn Sbeller *ur -riofquality. '
will Proctor
me you just we two or PATRICK SMITH.[ It!. HINSON, ( For sale by S. F. LUKNEY. '
: damn that) hat for rnc. Wakulla Times. three hours after U seized them." February 3j 1SF). 7 6w February 15, 15W. 6 7t February, S50. 4



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$900,000., ---- In Chancery. PUBLISHED EVKRY S\TUKDAY EVENING. tp C Sawi-pars':!*. wh eh thv eall U,..r..1 8a",1I. j
---- ---- "f'IIt.It\nacnc II "bY'fy":.It'-i..1$. .
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. Western Circuit of the State of Florida. e'c Tiia .f.w.,.. i.
TJRIi : DO dOf'lor. and never V Is. ba ?? Cn rli"a wnrk"f"roads. ,
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OK SKW VOKK-NO. :l-) WALL 8T.tNr.T JACKSON CIRCUIT COURT, FALL TERM J, IS !It! THREE DOLLARS per annum, if paid in advance. .eanals.and tfeotiaa. Yelk, mm,,., the Ul.o(f>r_ f !

SU,'. 1- 49 $9f),. b& HGAY'S the purpose of fiininj cra4it t*what II. I. ".L This )I. t
Accnmtilited Fund It. Elias Wester, Complainant, ) BROWN THREE AND A H\I.Vif haul within six months.FOUR to.earnta
BY THOMAS I.\e Mt to to tort-red
) Kl, locmi'l v inv t h"\\ a in Boitd.and l\orlgaKc" vs. > Bill for Divorce. PROCLAMATION DoLLVRs.il not paimlumitnlthe end oflheyrar3Ct pnKie ,and purttwu _. tllIl 110. I

*ia real tatc in this citv "Uroukl\n, and tocks Nancy Wester, Defendant. ) GorlT"1 of Florida. OKJTVIJfK OR1O1JTJL. OLD l 1..J"e..bT.w.w.. 1
( The. ill be adhered and pnrilU. having on II ta. 0:4: Dr'i I flke._.
and { : -*" ten rrH \ rigidly to, ) .b.a t.J'lUr 1
Yurk to .
.Tfthe and City of 'uif'dSale9c"vnmlnt. appealing, to the satisfaction ol having In-en n.adl known me c\
upon
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IT alil'avit. "TIFnF.il \ the no paper will uc discontinued until all aircara .-.are i i airs, and hi. Itnitlnre arrins ihe euot of nrra,. 1
resides
the Court that deflndant out of the w-, recently rommitl't\
s 'is increasing by a wiJ 'lye\Un. Western Circuit, 11. of the State: It u Ordered, ; County of \Iliou. in I this State. liv one ABFR J. paid, ulll. .; at the option ol the publishersSub- j I5-i'ii '>". IOn,V..amm-.q. N.. Y..a n .
tli.Uy scriberswill received fur three months One
be at
.1<,J a nd projci ,flCS. That the said defendant be required to appear and THOMPSON, and others upon the body Olt E.
The Company declared' a dividend Hf profits of f. iniwpr this bill of complaint on the first Monday in T.1 said Thompson was indicted. Dollar--ix month at $I 50. Every order for tire
Mobcn.1Ihal
!!'.h"n prrt-ent". on all c-\uting pulicin on the : March, A. 1) one thousand eight hundred and filly, ( Ihen-to. and fined) in the sum paper out ol llm county mint be accompanied with .1

ft JaQu: ', I Is. and in default thereof the said bill sinai! he taktyi ,,t'"":- thon-anJ dollars, and imprisoned until) said the cash, nuli-t* jh" order comes through any of our -

.AU the Profits are divided among the Insured. pro conles'o :" an-1 thai t his,order pnMishod in ine s.ould! be paid : and I hat said Thol.lsI II.H reuhrly I itithorizeil agents. i in the Stat e.

The are pa able in cj .U amuulU wnu- ioinc public newspaper in this Slate' for the space escaped from jail and 'fled from )justice :
premium niteit-s! added. on the ol t throe months belorc the day ordered for the aid sow, thrrlfc". I, Tln r.HROW Governor ol s..lvr.IrrtsErKN-r sWill "
or <|untcily, being ,t
anuuoly pajmonts.The ; liearinc. t he Slate of Florida by virtue of' I the authoiity in me l!c i inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square \. :

cjnh principle adopted b\ this Company; : se- GFORGF( S. hAWKINS. Judge J.e. tested by the laws ol aid State, do heieby utTer One of I twelve I line, for I the first,and filly rents for each; I ., ;"" 11

to the parlies 'kit \\hose benefit the iiisiiiance! WM. II. ., Hundred Dollais Hewatt for the apprehension$ H sn'jepn' 'nt insertion. A reiwnable deduction i <- "'I 'N 'I"

*cure re the vrhulf) of the: ,jdvanta .'!*, witImns.ubjctirig Solicitor for Complainant.State .ait) Thompson arll his tdi\T to tine Shl'l ill will I I lie made! on l-gol notices, estate mi.I t ice". I j I [ .' .
ti'ted.
to the liea y drawback; of accumu- of said County i ol Marion..Mem ly notices without alteration, by peisons year'l t { J.iR .

htld premium notes. of Florida, > I, S.imuel C. P.ollarnv, Clerk -S. iil 1 Abwr Thompson is about) 22 years regular! accounts wilh the! oilier 1 i

Persons inv effect insurance: on their own lives JI.III County. 5 of the Circuit Court in and for i of ase, of I lair complexion.bout r leel 1U inches 'II All announcements' of candidate for office, FIVE |I : II i "

avid tbt lives'ol i t 0?hers. 0 m-uui-d women (al in- said County, do hereby certify( that the above! is a i height spare built harp face, large nose, black nor.uxRs-invariably in advance. No attention j I \ \

the life uf her huVwnd. the beiietiti! of which true copy of the original order pased in case of eyes, auburn hair, upper Iron! teeth decayed. will be \paid to any orderlor announcement,unles, !

"lre are socured by law for the csclusixc ue ol heryelf or EXTRACT OF CAN CIIALAGUA Elias: We'stcr, v*. Nancy Wester. Given under my In Testimony whereof I have hereto .set accompanied with t the cash. \\ I '

children. %hand and private seal, there being no seal of office, ['.1-tii my hand and caused' ) the Great Seal of the All re1i:iollot. marriage :and obituary notices published -- : \I! r

Clerg 'men and all othr dependent upon ulri(! A CAMFOKMA TI.AXT OF HAKi: this 21st day nt December, A. n.1S.H. stale? lo be affixed, thi$2.:th day of Januarv gratuitously ; but editorial notices for private !

are specially; itnitedto& I avail themst-lvesol a H'l.urrf MC1UCAI, VIKTUCS. SAMUEL C. m .- ,- [iiL.] A. I D. IsSO. benefit,uill bo charged advertisements. OLD DR.) { JACOB TOWNSEND,

whereby their nurvning f.mllc may be secured P.y NATHAN S. WATSON, 1). C. THOMAS BROWN, THE ORir.lNAJ. DISCOVERER' Ot'I'm:
A CERTAIN PREVENTlVu AND CURE FOR ;( I's-'W. 52 3m dowrnor of Florida.
'Irom the'il.. of penury.J'inph1ets January .
Jon W O R K I Townsrnd
Genninc
explanatory of the principles\ !of Mutual Freer and .fgur, Consumption, Conytia, Colds, ---- ..B t the Governor-Attest, Ii i Sarsaparilla.
Life and illustrating its advant.igc.i:, Influenry, .!sthin a. Bronchitis, Scrofula, Gout, In Jackson Circuit Court. C. W. DOWNING, Secretary of State. We are well prepred to execute Job Work, svch Old l>,.Ti>w,enJ i I' n..w nhinit TO years nf .!"....l lio. (nufjfen

.with Ismancl. may be obtained at -the Ji'icmnalisineiiral/ ia, Erytijielan, Lumbago, January 2's 1S50. 3-fiw as hills cards, blanks, pamphlet&c., with neat- known: ORiaLY.it.n. Die) .lUTHIW- ami'JOTS ISCOI'Kftflt r.vo it.iit9.ir.it f ii.USKJfULvr. ...

office of the Company; 3:Wall st., or of any of its Paralysis, Pleurisy, Jaundice, Ii/i>prp\ia, Cox FALL TERM IS WESTERN CIRCUIT. ----------- -------- nes and despatch.! All work of tliis description lA." Balag p<>,'. he w*i cnmrwlled lit I'nuit iu ixonfartnre. by '

agent tteenest, Pilet, Dysentery, Dropsy, lAcer Cumpluintf. James Yown, ? General Orders. except for persona having yearly accounts with I Pitch m iiii. it h"s l.en Kept nut nf"rll,. and the .I"! tirliiiMcribtil "
Bill for Divorce. the office be for delivery. lo ihoie only who htd ".ili worth and know*
mint paid on d
Billions I
TRUSTEES.David Complaints
\lirrous.1Jfcctions
... rl; l I In CI 13 EXI.CLYTIVE: DKPARTM: ) Is vulue. It hid rmchxl Ihe .IIP of .mnr. n.v.nhi.sa. wthona i1
JOB. R. Collins, C. Col Jen, Cutaneous DitorJert, F icey 'own. ) JTTappeaii'n Tallahassee, Frbrtiaiy Iv'O, 5 1 ------ persons who huil two hrnW4 nf xire
Wm. J. Hylnp, Alfred Edward, orhagn, Obstruction, f'luref, Iiuligrttiun, Depraved to the satisfaction of the Court, by election is hertby oldered lobe bed in the Business tarb3: :c. friMU liealh. proLiini ". .,Henre anil wunrfeiftil I

R. H. McCurdv, Win. Bet Is, and Defective .Ippt tiles, unit all discuses J. affidavit in this case, that Vicey Yown the defendant AN Division ol the FI.JTidarilitia, on the I HEALING POWER. .
-' ------- --- hl skill.
= = : iWtl h<- bul. ty HMnrea"d
Knowing. g+
"
"rel S. Winiton Joseph Dlunt originating inCoiistI1itIuii in this case, resides beyond Ihe jurisdictionof first Monday in April( next t. at the places appointedby eiperitnce.ny Javned nn nrur-Ie whith WbU kl t.e W mralcttkkble '1

Faber, Isaac G. Pearson, of the IIoucls .fc this Court, and out of Ihe Stale of F lot ida, and law for (he election <,1'! County Officers, for a Major Cotton Brokerage. ndvsnt-tee 10 mink,nd when Ihr nxrni,' wooM be fur
Jihn P. YelverlonTheo. Henry Wells, in I the State of Georgia: It i Ordered, That the said j General command said Division to till the vacancy oiihfd to brine it into nni erj l DoC.,.. wb.n I Ib iarviuiMb't!

Sed v\ick WmMooie.Xobedoe IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. Virey Yown do appear and plead, answer, or demurto occasioned by t the resignation of General Jes.--e BERRY & HOWIES virtues Ihe me"Mdiild ni Are be supplied know:nntl thi5largeiH IlVl""C""I i *. This tim* hai come .

Stacy IJ. Collins, Cook gives tone and vigor to the ('..icstive the said bill of complaint within four monthsorIhe Carter. JN addition to their business as Auctioneers and OR.i.Y'D .'I.VU.F.lU.. I.II': rRr.r.flt.'fTIO.Y ;1
John H. Swift Jona Miller, I islemarkable for ; { organs, said bill will be taken "proeonfrsso" against Otlicers commanding Brigades, Regiments, Battalions I Commission Merchant, will give their attention .ma"cIII.- I". .al.1 .ant i< e.tlleil fAr 11I"." b
David A. Cotnslock, i\s.1nimatingXtrrngtbening, the said defendant Prodded, That I the tic of COTTON for and others 'lIt the length an* brcnitih of tto /. espeokllj as it u foundhteftpnVie ''
John Wad<\orth, and Restorative Propirties.publicly : publication and Companies, within tine limits of said Division to selling planters of BetenerttMin of rat) n. .<
S. M ConIl. Robert Sliujler, admitted by Dr. Townsend Manufacturer of this order be made in borne public newspaper are hereby required to carry into effect this order who may not find it convenient to attend and wait Unlike yonnz S. P. TownwndXit Improve with .|t. anil "

(iou\'. Wilkinl. J.mes Chamber!!, of .. lo be printed\ in this Slate once :week for the period of within their respective commands, and make returns Ion the arrival of the steamer." Being always on sever eh'meev hut fir the better;because it is prepared,ge*-, '

John V. L. Priivu, Jo.epb Tucketman, Towntend'l Sarsaparila. three months. GEORGE HAWKINS, according to law. he spot, they will be ready to take any advantage ol' tofc-.fnmctpiii..I1V. sell"J'the trirrttift lniet rnvetles,.... The of hifheil lh. art.knowleiitetTS have IIn! bnbnmfU. i> i

Fred. Whittlciey.CharlM Moses H. Grinntll, Far Better than Sarsaparilla. November llllh, IS 19. Judge, &c. It is also ordered thai those person who acted as the market that may otler. I ,aiD rrin.,itu.n in the mitnnCteture of the Old l>r-. :

Ely, Wm. J. Bunker, :iIn corroboration of the above, read the annexed JOHN MILTON Inspectors of Ihe elections held in October ultimo Samples may be left for exhibition. Charges moderate Sanaptir.lla. The SaMitpnrtila ,..t. it II well known. .In inmllr; ';

John C Cruder, Eugene Dutilh, communications, a Solicitor for Complainant. fur County and. Military Officers, also act as Inspectors and prompt returns made. !..eontnins ore inrrl many nr usete iiwdiemalitoftrur..'. and others\ which*. unit I If retailed>m propcrtwiirhieh m pnpnnnf -

Walter Joy, Francis S athron.J.O.Thatcher. Conclusive Testimony) and Proof Positive.I ol the election above ordered. January 5, JS552 If il ("t use. proJoe ""'. ".. and tod which w I..

Alfred lel. State of Florida, ) I, Samuel C. Rcllamy, Cl..rkJackson /'".-It shall; be the duty of the person holdingthe limbo tn tho syitam. Some of the properties of 3arupanlre .

JO FPI B. COLLINS, President.ISAAC Sir You I THE CKAKFrMiCKR that COMPANY.of the County. 5 of the Clrrlt Court in and for elections in the various Company Districts, loiiivelendaxs i LEWIS & AMES, I % in volittt't.. if they that they are not entirely preserved e..r"alld by a rtumlijie'ue loit?rrtin in Ih.prepa".tion .,
:- are aware a originator
ARM Secretary. said County, do hereby ccitify that the foregoing i ia is notice thereof, at three of the most known only In th.te exprnrnr, JOS. BLUNTS Countfllor. (arlfbn' Company mu-l have had my alien true and correct transcript Irom the original order public places in said District. DEALERS IN I the.e volttitt,...ci .. which fly off u>""1'''. of as an eihala-
JAMES GAMBLE Tallahassee. called to the numerous Medicines presented to 11RUGS MEDICINES PAINTS OILS IIOD.. under beat are the very mental meJttat prrptrtit ..fIh*
Ag't., the public I have watched with much passed in case of Jarnc. Yown v. Vicey Yown, suein THOMAS BROWN m.t. which five ti> II t" lu vnlue.

January 19, l"W. 2-y inteiest the patronage.introduction oft t ho -; for di\'orcf in said Court. Given under my hand: \ Governor and Coinmander-in-CfiirJ. I Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &c., Window Glass I Any person cnn boil or stew the root lilt ihev p.t dark rnlnr 4 .
Cancfiatagitainloihiscouniry and private seal, there being no seal ol office, this I'". brutr: 2, lv'n I. -1 te I liquid! which Is ",. f 10m Ih. n-lonn, ".,II..r In Ihe root than "
Tax Collector's Sale. by )olr.e1; and am free to say that no PAINTERS' BRUSHES AND COLOR, from any thing else; they r*. then imin this insipid nr upo' 'Ie
December A. D. ). Sentinel Tallahassee and New .
2ht t day of l'j {::j- Republican .
n.4jss.|
Medicine stands I IIo.hc'arics' llrfHid nweeten wiln simr % "n<\ trtrn cull tl Aa.
BY ,'irluf ol authority vested, in me by law, 1 of that invaluable\O plant.deservedly In high as your extract I have I SAMUEL C. 1IELLAMY.: Clerk [SEI..] Jick. o"'illl'aI1l1rgll Ocala, will publi-h till ch> ,\ Gln Ware, e.TIUabovt'constantlyon I SAPARIU.A EXTRACT or SYRUP." But .och uartirte .,niih t

have IcMed upon and \v4ll expose for sale be- My oifnfami'y I I5v NATHAN S. WATSON l I' C. of election. hand,and forsale t the known as the
seen its cxtraordinaiy in I the cute of i GENUINE
a con- OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND
l.trtIhe Cou,it House door in .1adi'.nn, on Ihp tiut (.lcacy January 3, 1S3'). :32 3m !
tin med case of : SARSAPARILLThi \.
Fnralcolplainlswhih State of Florida-Gadsden Circuit Court. / r
Monday June next, the following -- ----- --- --- --- I LEWIS & AMES.
cCrihetland. the prompt and I. is so prepared that an the inert airupenie* of the See
">1 $\ much thereof as wl1 satisfy : cue n"llilt, I deem your purilialiol for, far rf fit- In Jackson County Circuit Court.IN I IN CHANCERY. Tallahassee, November 20, 1817. I! tapanlla root are lint removed every thins upnbje nf beeonin<|
very
thereon for the wit : s ( Kill and -- aCid of of for men tAt inn. I U extrnetr an The N E 4 Sec sear H ,1".l.T I. R 0. N and E ; the S W 4'rGT / 11'10 an/ali! all tht Sarsapanllas of the day CHANCERY-FALL TERM, Nov. IsUJ.Maltha for Injunction Rdi.f.Greenllp ALEX. C. MORTON particle of medical virtue is secured in a ,pnre and e..nceetr.weform
and with them all I ama well actjuniitlrJ. Arnold a"ll'rancernoltl, ; and thus it is rendered incapahleofhMineaay,, t
S I I. I ', N and E., belonging to George A. ..1.1'. ElizaVhnittirngton, ) r'. ATTOBMSV: AT LAW able and healing properties. Prepared ia this way it is ma 1 1ntl '
Mclatue. :JAHSIALL.l'nOM r.t. > Divorce.Ephraim must 1 powerful agent in Ike
JOHN II, PATTERSON, Ohtliahrilin ton.IT ) Reuben Scott Augustus Flurry, William II. McMil. .\ (Commissioner of Deeds for the States ofi! Cure of innumerable diseases. j
and C.
lan We .
T Collector M-idison Couutv.trenih.r AN HMIXUXT LAWYHU IX XOKT1IAM1TOX, appearinz .'. of the Court, bysfTulavitinthiica'etlut Benjamin I.IT Hence the reason wh \10 e hear enniuH aU>u>ns on ..lI11l1d.) J
\ lim'"rax EphriamObediah Whit"linjtf appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Tennessee, Flonla, and Mississippi. I la its favor by men. women ami alb.lr.Y.. ClAd it 4m.| j
I. 119. -i MASSACHUSETTS. wonders in the care ofCO.VSVMPTIO.V ,
the defendant reid.* beuuid the ," 1I Scott t, one of the defendant, rt'iitle:4"ilh i I f j'OtriCK AT COLUMBUS, GEORGIA .ft) ,
I : >ii, s t jurisdip-{ l'rtYSPtPXI.: and t.lVF.R CO."?
Collector's SaleBY NOHTIIMTTON, Ftb 7,1'49. t lion of I this Court and out of t Ihe State of Florida, out i he State, so the ordinary process of Court cannot : give faithful attention to such business a* i PlJlJffT. and in RllF.VM.ITtXSt. SfKf>FVI_". PILKS
Dear Sir-I have long wis1 rd to see \<>u, I hat 1 I Iintight and in the State of Georgia : It is Ordired, That tine be Il'l veil upon; him : // it therefore Dtcrrrd ,:,1Or"tn' WILL: be entrusted tr him, in the Courts the 1 co3T/rj.Y>;ss. alt cvT.ufKous KRVPTICXS, FIX ;'
,'iltuof the authoiitypslrd. in me by law I give you an accurate account of the remal kat Ohediah Whiltinc'nn do and ', That a hearing iii.tIne| facts charged in Ihe Chittahuochee Circuit, Georgia, .cd of the PLES BLUCTI/f:'. ami fcrfertiim.* nnsin, : from
said Ephraim compo IMPURITY OF THE .
levied upon, and "il'xpml: fur ale, be- tile cuie of my only daughter) uf f violent case of f app"a Bill he had on the. third (PIIllIntl.I) in May, at BLOOD.It
plead answt-rrr demur to I the said bill 1 1 of compl.iintuithin i I Counties of Musco(, Harris, Talbot, Stewart and possesses a mIn ellon.elBraey in nil : /liuiiti ammg Imnt1114trUCI1l
lure the Co'nt Ilou.e door il nn I the first scrofula. She is now almost thicc \cal s of age. ItFcbiuary four months, or (lie aid bill will Ii taken Quinc) (J.id-den Count), at which time said delendant M-inon ; and in the Counties of Russell, Macon and froHilu'lity ff the ..,,.,.. ir..m nnrqnal cirrnlvlion .

MONDAY i i-i! Jl'.N'E I : next t. the t'.illo\\in, desnibc-d 1at, putrid so 'upon the lips face, and against tine said defendant Pro ;. l nny appear and plead to or answer said! Bill : UarnonrIaoama.. .ilctermmatiun of.'..110 the hcnit. inlpitnlinn. of the"nn. t
land*. or so much thereof as will satistj the Taxes glaitds, made t their and I net rat-d will I" pro ronfr' : .1mm'" il further Ordered That a of this Order cold feet and hnd'cmlt chills and hot : .. ..r the bojf. .It
appeaianco the of this order be mall copy Ig ISI 10. :33 rm
tin That in August .
wit publication has not its equal in CW and Cou:ij ; and ..OIt.t. eaiy rj-
1'it- thereon fat the 1 110! tn : tii htful of her also be in of the
\t'31 ; one eves published one publishedin
rapidity bcameo newspipers and
printed in this Slate pectontion erntl \'I'r..ll'\li.; reiitiin xneture uf thelnD i
ome public a "
$ newspaper
Tilt S I E 4 and N l E 4 of Soc 1E i N W 4 of Sec badly ulcerated, that to al appearance it could never week for the period of thee months. on1 the Circuit once week for three months at least SIMON TOWLE. MARIANO D. PAPV. ?'. throaL and every othrr |.rt ;

Hi, W i S i E: ". S.c :,l 1, R 7, ;and E., belonging again be restored. Th- continued i fu six weeks, Quino, November 17, 1519. TOWLE & PAPY BuilD nothing i i. it' etcrllrnca .ore manifestly seen and saklowldded I
GEORGE S. HAWKINS
Judge &e. than in all kinds and .I.->r.. ,.f !
tu Edward lrvan.Also the child horrible htand THOMAS BALTZELL
being a most the hearts Judge.
November !' FEMALE .
lots N u I and in fractional See 2 J, Sec of her broken. whole li'th 1S19. A Attc-sf Attorneys and Counsellors at Law COMPL.MNTS.U
: : : parpuh'all'"l' luring I the of JOHN MILTON, true copy- works vion 2 J, W i, S I E 4..an.ll I E J i. S W 4, S'c2tj. Til j ( R H, thi period we used s.\n .\\P.\nLI.\1 IN 1.\Ift Solicitor lor Complainant.Slate R. C. LESTER, Clerk Gadsden Ct. Court. : formed an association for the Practice I ,,.".. Obltmittd Supfrrtird. or Painful .V..".. Irrtfnltritf

Sand. I E., belonging; t tl Join !' QUANTITIES, but I the di., "o alrelcd I. FERGUSON: ., HAVING, will attend the several 1 Courts of I the I .04'"rlDlfalllhe the mIl lu",1 forms periiHls nf KH,..tn4 tenant.the like; ",010 I. a* tlf. tn.illa !

JOHN H. PT'FR'OX, the lea,t. While the disease was still at its height Solicitor for Complainant.Febnnry '! ty 1
I Samuel C. Middle Circuit of Florida, and in Ihe District Courtof By reuiovin; i>bstricmt..mi .&il reuiitting t'ae gentnl ITStern. .
Tax Collector fo ldion .'. I happened one day to call at the store of your very of Flolta. ) Bellamy, Clerk 9, 1S50. 5 3m I the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entrusted I It five. time find strength I., t'Ge wboie k <*y. and ihmcnB i
N v -mber2l. IMtf.! 40 rm ntl.managent\ in this and telating the Jack"on County, 5 :( I1Cl said do that the above is to their care will receive prompt attention. .
---- --- manner in which our child he advised County, hcnby certify a MRS. DEMILLY disease* and debility ;
Office in the
Hamilton County Tax Sale. true and corrent I rarscript of t he original order passed 83- Capitol. and thus prevent* or rHirvrs :t jrealvanrty of Other aulnei'**.
make trial
UP to a of your Canchalagna. I lookout in Mirtha Eliza Obe. February 17, 1 S4 9. 7 as fftoal i.lll..II. Xeiirtig.St.. t'lttf' **>'<.. i*.*.ifKftteptie
of the power vi-.Jt-d in me by law I our bottle, having no confidence in it, but comnicncod case Whitin touEpraim "',t.. (Cntlrt,.. lc.e.It .
lJY'iltle,. I pose f.ir ae! before the CUlt I Ho""* giving it according} to jour diiectioiu, slopping) diah Wlnittinnton suin! divorce I. MEDICAL NOTICE. cleanses the blond eirites th. 1,,t s> benlihy IIru.". trmtie .
Given tinder hand and leal there stomarh. and rtlievr the ....1.l i4
pves
iRy private good dicMtiun.
conitipalion. Ike skin,
torpor .U"y.lnl"\K'D. pandes
seal office this 2Ut of December .
of
rida.on the fiiit Mondr.. in June n\I. ( t3O,)) bomslbt swellin visibly c1 -drcreascd, Ihe ulcer began to heal no day Dr. Charles T. Darby eoualnes the rircul.tliun uf n.. bl.... prnUoctag ii.ntle ..".11t 1

<;d Uy of that I month the fallowing de"ciioi>dpropeity .ind she improved rapidly for three weeks, and to (l 1549. T) ESPECTFULLY TENDERS: her thanks tr her equally all over the b>ur. anil the inaensiUe perspio..e; me

., <'r bo much thereof as will be suilicient; *0 vcrriat joy was appaiently cured-less than two SA IrI. C. BELLAMY. Clerk, [IUL.] Xv friend and tIne public generally fur the liberal "n ESPECTFULLY announces to the public in general lavisorates taxes all strictures the entire nml nen'tihtnet"". n-'w've U uhetructinas aotthis then, ..4 ,
.TH.S.. WATSON I D. C. IX sjsieiu.
j>ny the Slat anJ County'Taxes due lll'reol for the bnttles )having been , 1':0. 51 3m linuanpofthes-aineshe Monticello Florida, and will be found at all times,
*sear I >1'J, l" wit : our rldulous ,'cuw. confidently) say that for Bnt can any of thnr things he I.i.l"r*. P.Towa.od't me- "
Th* N VV 4 t.f the !W 4 of .Sec I. T I I. R 1 13, S the cure must have been effrtrd by t ue of I the the coming season unusually srjict! a'tenlton will be unless professionally engaged Strict attention will rio artirle T This mime ".tn.' linnid i I. nut in to

an-l puriMMline) : to belong.to William! J. Mills. ".\\HSP.oILL.\ it was ,"I'eas..\, under the In Leon Circuit Court.IN :iven to her business. Her table shall not be surpassed be paid to all professional calls. COMPARED WITH TilE OLD DR"S.became .
l aamt I that HUT! May i, 1913. 18GKO. of one fi KAMI FACT that the one is l.NCAPARI.E 'I
\ltF\Ur. ('irrmn-I."r.s. argue opinion : CHANCERY.Caleb by any of this '. (.. Hunters toll be continudlly of UbTEKIUKATIUN. J
TaAssessor and Colector NOW FOR THE PIWOf'lln, time child appear- t i emplocd durin
November ::2. 1 I.11!I. Im 0(1 to 'be perfectly cured, wa stopped! giving her your \ H. Blood, Complainant, g.tme of the forc.st and l for Ihe feathered fowl of the '\T. UUTCHINS while the other D(IF'i ; touring.firme.n'f. and Hvif lii
-- ------------ supposing all safe but in r*. Uu It into
.xlract. was ; twenty-five l..k.1. ( cainDOnin5 frngmrnt ; the sonr. aeitf liquid eipln?
Hamilton County Tax Sale. days 1 (lie same eruptions, running at I lh< i-ye, andsvEiIing David P. ue. Adm'r. of C. C. hall, &.C., and Her nles of charges (for Doaru a\(1: noard and lodg! AUCTIONEER ding and dinmemjr other giMxIs ; M>.t not tin* hornUe .rem
'
virtue of the in me by law I bezan to return.V wlh.d t five davs to Charles M.ipe., et a', Defecdants.IT ing per day, week, month or year, .hall.,he satisfac- T.1LI-JIIASSEE, FLJl. pound already he poisonous distant to w.ts the ftlrl'bat sywn.Ifaet'rntisr ft Hy.atiJ|.;.>i*(*bill 4lyittm

BY hall I"wrr'ch'd I the Court Hou we not nil know that when foist soiin in .Hr sbun-
\1"| .aif. '
/
stoat' in the(town"P of ', Flo- creaed rapidly as before. We again commencedgiving the laid deteiulant, Charles Mape!, resides} out if| stable, with a Rood usher, is attached.( achs. vi hnt niuchirf it produces 1 ItatueDce. heartbitni. palpitation ")
)
Jt1prlanillol Cotir.ty II. J. W. ARGYLE D. C. of the henrt. liver diarrhni. d.ntery. eolir,
Messrs. WILSON roinilnint.
her medicine, and in five days, the sameperiod t the Slate of Florida, I in the I United Stales It i, Bo.vn ;
lida. on ) M.I'h n\t, Is50: ( being your ( hit I : September 29, IS 1'J. 3S Gm and corruption i.f tbe hlmxl What is ?rrolulu hut an ao4
the 4lh tie day frt ilut month, the following described of time as before,) she began to grow bclli-r, OnJI'It. That Ihe said Chare!Mapcido appear and) -- _-- -. -- -. -- -- F. H. F'r.\GGT. J. HOD.-O.N and J.T. ARCHER. humor in the body' ? What ",.dun. all the hnnnirt nhira

( much thereof as will be nuificiont to and in about two weeks was wcl azin. I.'ror that plead or answer the filed in this Co-Partnership. March 10, isiy. 10J. bring on Krnptions of the Skin' rald Head. Salt Rheniu. f.rvsipeias. -
or so
property ;
: White wellinis". Kever i'ot.rr. and all ulceratinn internal ,
the and County Taxes due thereon for day to t this, the child has hlpn \prrlrclly lvell.. came within four monthfrom t the date of I the havinz, a..dal.d and external It noihmic flItter heaven hnt an nniisobstance.
jvay Sate tlc frt rP'llEsuberibprs lhcm:elvcs toI ShIELDS, M. I). .. >. BOND, 31. D. is
.oar l"t! wit : My father, Isaac Hodges, of lllh Ad.uns. Mass., publication nf this,ruder, nr Ilf said bill will be .I to-Iher in APOTHECARY LINE OF BUSINESS. which sours. and thni spoils all the fluids of Ihe 1
a PHYSICIAN I cameloxceus \\ I Ihciatenrion o ken for conlessid .1ilt That I body more or I.".. What etn- Rheumatism but sour or
\ No. 5 fractional ill ; : a
21
Lot No. 3
Lot ; Profitcd.
\ flcti'mS' nnib-r the fiun of NASH! & TAYLOR respectfully acid fluid which ininut.jLetf; ).elw' en the joints and .1.\ .
Sec 33. l and I E..T1; 1. I I 12puiporin!i to UlnngtuIVlis prescribing! for her. but 'we w -re usin! your medicine copy of this older be published in sone newspaper solicit I the palionaijeof the citizens genie Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, j i I where irntitinj and mrtnmng the d..hc'tr510.; op. which,

ing1on. with success, and the child unproting rapidly)', published ia Tallahassee, fur the pace of lour lally. 'I hey have ordered and are t-spcctinsi' irma; associated themselves together in the !! It acts? fn of nervous then.eit. of impnnty of the blond. n|
he did not condemn, it, but left his months. HAVING deransed rirciilations. nearly all the ailments which afi. i
WILEY I LEE:, nWlprrscriptiul fed.iys, a Keneral-assorlinent' of MEDICI NES&r. of Medicine, Surgery, kc., oiler their i|.I human nature. j
Tax A'sfs-or and C.lktc Hamilton Co. to be used in case vour Extract: tailed. We had no THOMAS BALTZELL! J Se.Dalf of .the best quality. The) intend to sell none but services to the citizens of Quincy and the surrounding ', Now it it not norrible to mnke and sell.and ntjiaitc/y v"*> '
November 24, I',HI. .i 3m occa.ion fo it, and I am sure he wil now rccom-. d November S, IS 19. such as are good. country. j I I louse tbitSObKiiSi

.. _._ _. meld medicine in similar A from the ;, FERMENTING. ACID
your true original.OSCAR COMPOUND"OF
--- ---- --- ----- --- -- -- (a"'I. copy Their store is opposite the Court House, on Monroe Quincy. August H 1849. 31 I I
Middle Circuit of Florida. YUil'obedient i 11.'n,', A. MYERS, Cleik. street, adjoining the Pit t Otfice. ----- --- S. P. TOW.NSEND.
IIORXCE J. HODGES. November 24, 1S40. -16 mAtachmet. Thomas Jeff. Heir I and yet hi would fiin have it undrniund that Old |>r. JtcnkTowntend's
Mary Elizabeth Fort, ) < MILES NASH, 0'..,.. OrifmaJ Srtaf.riU. is an I.MITATK).''
vs. Bill for Partition of Land.Zacharuh -- JUNIUS I.. TAYLOR. ATTORNEY AND COt NSELTOR AT LAW, of hi* Inferior, preparation'';
moM n.it. WINSLOW VNKCH ST. Heaven forbid th-it we houlil deal in an article which wnoU
December 2.1C t 10 50
C. Fort. \ W.'L. : 1. practice in the Cilc lit Court in each bear the mo t diitant resemblance; to 5. P.Tnwnsend's urticlt'
31'I'cail satisfactorily to the Court that Za"h. New Yoik, Sept. H, 1S43.. In Justice's Court for 2111i6flic oj Leon County. ---- --- WILL of the Middle Circ jit, and in the Su- and which should brine J-twn upon the Old lr.
IT[ ariah C. Foil t. the deftndll. does not reside in To Fiedeiick A. Gay, f'I/: | : Francis II. Flagg,Agent and Trus. abinetMaking."MIE prema Court and United States District Court a and load complaints.and criminations from Asenu w ho have ,old.
) purchaser* who have used S. .l'.Town1end'sFE&ILNTINiCOaIFotJM
thi State bnt the Slate of Georgia : II i* Ordered, My Bcal Sir-I cheerfully comply with jour re. tee for his wile, Mary E. Flagg, j Amount' of deblrj. subscriber having taken the Tallahassee.Monticello. ). *

That the said Xachariah C. I'o.l, and all other person ipiesl in acknowledging, with ot h'rl. I the benefit }I S'Jj 00. it z Shop and Ware-Room recently January 20, 1549. 28 We wish it nntlcfttnod.! brcna it is the atsoluti fr.U, that

interested in the premises of which partition i is which I have d.rivt.d from the u
x.iuiht by this Bill, do appear and answer the vaid I California Plant. Itsellects upon New Jei (-y. J is prepared to Manufacture all kinds of Cabinet Fur CARAWAY SMITH,] [W. S. DII.WORTH, they are unlike in every* particular.trrt and havingnottue mjimitily JitmXr;thing that

Hill of Complaint in this case. filed, within three my system arc evident and latjfiIJ. and have and Ml others interested ere here nitureand has now on hand agood assortmentwhich, la eomnton.A single

months from the date hereof. induced me to lecornmend its UHf !; and THE notified of Ihe commencement of this unit will be sold low for r3!h. (;:0.: DA JO:. J\l1a M nll 17@Fl r}], 8. 1'. Townsend j is no Joe tor. and n.rer wa if soeherniet.

The premises for partition ol which the Bill is I 1 am pleased to assure JfU that in Ho"in stance have by atadHTent. returnable to a Justice's Court to be Furniture renaired at the shortest notice, and on ATTORNEYS AT LAW ease than no liny pharmncemUt other common-knows, UflICi no ntmfic.m,,re- of inrdleine. innal er nil.1ii-

filed, is known and described as the following tracts I been disappointed i in its eltieacy. I do not hesitatein at on the lth day of March, A. reasonable terns. January 19, ISoO. 2 Cm MONTICELLO FLORIDA.July whet funramtee can the pnlille have that Dnprure mhey v* r confidence in its remarkable medicinal hed Talahasie6 ,
or parcels of land, King and luring in the Ctihut\ofLeon.Slateof my qualities SO. and plead ,to I the same. -- -- -- --- -- Cenmne icicniific me.licine. ronciiuinR aU! the virtue*of IW

Florida to wit : E J N W J, Sec 21 I lWNW4Sec2ZWSW4Sec2allinT; and to stale' that I believe it wile found to bean Given under my appeir hand and seal, this the 31vt day of! ffiHE Quincy Male and Female Academyreopened 7, IS"). 27. articles which might need in render preparing them it and the AGENTS which iiretneitnKhle biienaeinjiea/nf eha.f"

J excellent remedy in most caCS of the December, 1S49. I January 71 tin. The econd session O0ttilu* of

l.R NandW. liver and kidnexs, in pulmonary affections, and also EDWARD M. WEST, [. Ail will commence June Oth. Students may enter at A. E. MAXWELL But wliM else thonld he rtportp.1 mm one wh know niHinj -
It is further Ordered, That a copy of this onler in the purification of the blood &c. That yourtneiit -Justice of the anytime during the year, and, after the second week comparatively of medicine or dmaase |l rvqinre a pr iofxtma

he once awecklor the space of two months I in the introduction of I this i invaluable plant January f, 1S50.; W Peace.3m of the session they will be charged only from the j\'iJ'T!TIM Y AT LAW, neal. How etperience much to cook nnd wve up even a ri.mnxin decent
publishe nj..r
iniNirunt| is it that the ha'flU
in newspaper: printed in t the city of Tallahassee may be appieciated, is the sincere wish of time of entering. Board may be had at prices vary attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir future medicine, desieued for persons

State afores id. Your Mncerely, II. II. WINSLOW. ing from $'!> to S'lO per month. For further particulars WILL fcj-: Office over S. F. Burney' Store. WEAK STOMACHS AND EKFKKBLKD STSTZMS,

THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. $3-:: Pamphlet containing a description of California Attachment. see printed catalogue, which may be obtained Tallahassee, Oct. 21, 1640. 42 should erti s of plants the *b(1I
together with$ inteirsting infounalion in to N. H. STEWART tanner of securing and concentrating their healing irtars..
February, JS O. relation In Justice's Court, Second District, Leon County. by application also an aitensive knowledge of the various diseases which affect

A true etpy-Attest, '0 the CAvcirii.AnuA.iUicmaikablccfficacyand ChailesT. Darby, 1M. Jan. 2fi. 1S50. 3 Principal. S. S. KNIGHT the human syslom.anrf h.,w to ad.tpl remedies to these dise sfIt
? cu&, are GIVEN AWAY at the AGENCIES. I* to arrest franJ Into
OSCAR MYERS, Clerk.Febmarv upon the unfounante. Ip.inr balm
> Amount of Debt1 $;(1 00.Thaddens Notice. wounded hi'manity. b> kindle hr', in th. tmsnni. M
e
2.. IO. 2rn Sold by LEWIS AMES, D. Van Horn. ) Wholesale & Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer, restore health and bl Agents, Florida. defendant and months after date, I shall present my accounts ken.and lo banish that .
S. Marshal's Sale. Talahasc. all others interested are here- SIX TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Infirmity OLD Ml.J*.CUB TOWNSE5P
U. ,
October C, IS 19. 3 THE notified of the commencement of this suit vouchers to the Honorable Court ol' Probates has SOUGHT and FULIMl the opportunity and means lo bnnf

BY virtue of a writ of fi. fa. issued out of the Dis by attachment, returnable to a Justice's Court to be for the County of Leon and ask for a final settlement KEEPS constantly on handand offers for sale at a Grand Universal

Court of the United States for the NorthernDistrict held at Tallahassee on the ISIh day of February A. and discharge as Executor of the last will. advance on cot, for cash, all the stand ConcentratedRemedy

of Florida,on a judment (or the foreclosure P. P. LEWIS, D. 1850,and to appear and plead blue same.Given and testament: of William Turner, deceased.MATHEW ard articles in his line. Flours of approved qual within the rench.and t> the knowlrd of all who need lttl l

of mortgage in fcvorof Robert Habersham, plaintiff, SvJftGSGft SMTflCT under my hand and seal, this 13th day of TURNER. itiet-S'Jgars. Collees, Teas, Bacon, Hams, Pork, they may learn and know, by >,vfu| eijwnence. Iw
5 s. John J. M*vwell, defetuUnl, I will expose for J December, 1819. February 2, b.'O. 4 Cm Soap, Candles, Lard, and all similar articles-together 'Irausceudeut Tower to Heal.

ale\ before tl IK* Court House door in the city of! Taj.lah HAVING determined change his location from EDWARD M. WEST with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions, Nuts,
seon MONDAY the .4th diy of March ne.xl l, Ga.; to Tallahassee, Fla., vould Justice of the (SEL.] Notice. Raisins, Figs, Almonds,and all other articlejujually Sold wholesale and retail by
Peace.
tender professional services to the i in sitrilar THOMPSON. SKILLMAN & CO.
the following negro felave: respectfully December 15 1819. found establishments. ,
lame 49 3m subscriber having fitted the TANERY
IVggy aged G') cart; Arippa, aged about this and the surrounding country. He TIlE this kno.vn up Storenex'door above G. II. Meginniss'on Mon 103 Nassau street, New York.
place Raker's has
as
Tanyard
will visit Monticello, Madison, and Thomasville ,
about 3J street.
4years; Terah,aged ; Ambro, aged roe
yean
now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER And by LEWIS & AMES
about 2 ; R.chel. aged about 14 \ ; Ga., where he will be prepared to practice his profession Notice. .opriI281:. 17 ly ,
: 'ea. 'rar (for sale and will have fine ROOTS and SHOES
in all its various branches hoping fioin ; Agents Tallahassee.
about 12 about K many ---- -- ,
Jane, > ; Harry, aged ) > ; months after date, the will
eal eul undersigned apply made to older. lie has hand article a
experience in the science to be able to SIX on a superior of
years give entire April 21. 18-10. 1G
about 2 and William about -lyBlacksmithing
Alice ajwl years; aged fitiklaction. All operations will be warranted. the lion: Judge of Probate 'tor Leon Count) doubled-soled NEGRO SHOES. lIe would here return GEO. H. BESTWICK,

1 Levied\rar. the said Ladies wailed on at their; residence.JfrferencrsDrs. for letters of dismission from tie Estate of Arthur his thanks to the citizens of Gadsden and the Wholesale & Retail Grocery & Provision Dealer, -.
unon property mortgaged by deceased.
defendant, and to a besold tomtufv, ,'aid writ of fi. (a. I). A. Branden, A. W. Preston, Burley, ten. JOHN S. HART Ex'r. adjoining Counties for their past patronage, and say TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. GOOD, substantial, and cheap Blackamitning of

JNO. T. MYRICK, Mwlul.Ry S. S. Adam, J. H. Hill, Rev. P. P. Smith, Thomas September 8, 199. 35-Gm to them, Boots that, and lie will Shoes continue, at his to old manufacture stand in Gads Leather KEEPS; constantly on hand and (or sale at the kinds done at the Shop near my Stable, occupied

Gco W. HUTCHIN, D. M. ville.Dis.j en cash prices, for cashall the article in last year by Miller & Brokaw.
W. J. Brinum and J. II. County, near Jnincy. lIe will be glad at all times
Court
4 5 popeMadison Flour of best January 20,1S40. 3 A. A. FISHER
February 1, 18.10. w I House.&J toexchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark t his line business. qualities,Sugar,
--- --- -- --- Notce. Bacon Hams Candles Nuts
---- --- Coffee Teas, ,Soap, ,Rai
: Office at Mrl. J. L. Demiljj's. months ailer Hides, crippled negro boys, or his own paper. .
apply to the Hon. and all other articles
SIX sins, Lard, Whiskey, usually S. S. Knight
Notce. October 13, 1619. 40 Cm e of Probate fur the County of Jefferco*.furleten 23-: Good Boot and Shoe makers, of steady habits, found in similar establishments. All
lo dOle his m'r- dismisaion can have employment. persons want continue business at his old stand, here
THEnndersizned of administrator of of the above articles WILL
*t Madison Court House, offers Tin of said 3 And.roDnSneedlte w. IL MCMILLAN. ing to purchase any t are respectfully hopes to wait cm such of his friends as have

f jr ale. Ins en'ire stock, consisting of a general as- Manuactor. County, deceased.WILLIAM SNEED. Tallahassee.February 2. 180. 4'JETNA |Iy invited to call and price them before buy. heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, promis.

artmnt of Goods usually kept in a store HAVING "nga n. we are inp elsewhere. that all shall have good articles lair prices.
,
ing
country fill all orders in Jefferson COUDt October 20, IS 19. 41 Gin L.
tagHher with !Ihe store house, lot, and ilttures.Any .- to our line in a. INSURANCE COMPANY, Store formerly occupied by & H. Greenberg April 23,1549. 17
and manner. All orders from Co.corner of Monroe and Jefferson
person desirous entering into a lucrative and prompt ul.faernry HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. & streets.
would. do well the country irnmed ate attention. A Notice. May 12, IS4!. 19
.,febuiine, to look at the stock wi of
a
Pure Quinine.
Sulphate
Stocks and
Cotton in
mercha its and dealers. Ware-house
liberal given to
I will be offered on the most favorable terms. months after date, I shall apply to the Honor BUILDINGS
T SIX loss by fire. subscribers hare hand two hundred and
WHITE&CO. on
A. H. C0L} Judge of Probate in and for the County ofJefeuon'lor A Valuable TractOF rpHK
June 1849. 23 LEWIS & AMES J. fifty ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which I they
.Madison C. H., Jnuar 12, IS: l *t ry discharge a one of the Administra January 2rt, I"- I. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. LAND IN MADISON COUNTY FOR SALE. have obtained direct from the manufacturers, and
late of said ._ .
de-
Bellamy, County,
Wiiam ---- -- WILL sell at private sale the belonging will warrant it lo be article.
Pain Killer. Fruits &c. reseed, SMITH 6IMKINS. I tract of LAND they a superior
Garden Seeds. to the estate of the late John J. Bojce. \Ye have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines

AFRESH Mipply' of Perry Da.vis'Pain KiIler4ubt RAISINS. ORANGES, Jefferson '" January 19. 2850. 2 6m LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS It i is conveniently and advantageously situated, containing by recent arrival, and are prepared to exem'e'

: and 'for .a1e by LEMONS, A just received from the celebrated garden of G near one thousand acres of hammock, oak, orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail,

T. WHITE &CO., Agent APPLES, ONIONS, Notice. R. Garretson, on Long Island. For sale by and hickory and pine land, with about 300 acres now on the most accommodating terms.

Never ber 17, 1S49. 4Baggng IRISH POTATOE months alter date, I will apply t'f the Honor LEWIS & AMES. in cultivation. Building and pastures (for the most We have also a few account* yet due to ns for the

MACKEREL hal barfl. and kills, SIX Judge of Probate for Ihe County,. of Wash January 5, 1650. 52 part good. Persons desiring to remove to Florida year 1817. They generally in small amounlf,

PICKLED UIEI' TONGUE ington forlettersol dismission from the administration are invited to call and examine 'for themselves. hut if the whole could be paid shortly, it would go

byMrNAtGIT Just received sle of the estate of Mathew Tucker deceased. JUST received and for sale three barrels Roe Her Terms leasonable. far towards linuihtingcei tain sums which wf ***

RorFAND &ORMOND. JOHN McDOUGALL HENRY ONKAL.: t by s. S. KNIGHT. JOHN C. McGF.HEE. LEWIS &. AWES

NewportJsnuary' '11 : December, 191 10. 50 Januixy 6, ISM., 52 6n January lU, 1550. 2 February 16, 150. 6 tf April 59,1513




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