The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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System ID: UF00079928:00060
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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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-Joe Harris ad th Panther.A The AbulitioiisU: nro the cause of it tS i "TRIFLES LIGHT AS AIR." -..' SPEECH OF'HON. J. C. CALHOUN, the efforts now made"to exclude the- South' from. the State maintain and protect the powers reserved 0 lo 'J'

I JIKMIMH-UM'K; orOLK KIVKU.: lor the great q :e&tion that is distracting BV MOORE. On the Slavery Question. newly acqnire.1 Territories 8ucce'dp'will staudbtr them by Ihe Constitution or (th<* people( ol& the several -is'.
luc. Alas how lore the end of the decade, twenty Northern Slate- Sta'ea maintain those which are reserved to .,
It happened) 0: one <>ccaMOi! at a country. a Call may move DELIVERED J SENATE to twelve Southern them he ,fit by ,
Delaware and other .
. : J. Dissension between IItarl' (Ihal( l tuve :1'HI OF THE UX1TED STATES, (considering; as neutral among I sovereign pow
iiuaiKT: rare; (at a place f.unili.uly Know ins M. U.Ftoin I I world in vain had. I i March 4, 1830.I ,) and forty Northern Senators to twenty fouSiiuthfrn. which I they ordained anti established l, not only their

] I'.it I Ilix.k I ; hut bet d awn. I lid.j1t.vc II3l-lhallhl li.t. This great increase ot Senators aJded to separate State Contiiutirvns' and Governments but .
as lied
|ho'e, > ale."t.w Orleans sot row moiecTosi'ly I ; -
Picayunet'2Sth till. ,
ca the increase the House of Representatives also Ihe and of the L'nite-d .
of members ol ( Constitution Government
cii) the of Uie State as Van Huri'ii.) Th.1 tod the stol m, when wavc 'eie rough have, Senators, believed from the first that theagtt.tiun peat
imp Later from California.AKKIVAL : and (the electoial college on the part States ? But, if they have no constitutional rneanj .
that Jw J got? HIIXIH! up in a fi;lit with one (II I Illje or Yet in a sunny hour tell nil'Like veiiltd subject of slavery would, if not pre- of, (he North, which must lake {place under the next of maintaining them against the right claimed l b -
'Im that down at by some and effective
>hips h.\'e none ca, measure, end in
of the and s'rc.ISJU'L.n ,1. : timely d the this Government it that (Ihev .
bullies ncMghlioihood, wusfcnoclvins disunion. decade, will effectually and irretrievably When luMtcnvasall tramjnilily Entertaining I th.s: opinion I have all
the conceit out of him, Irini) over Terrible! Flood tit Sacramento City -Immense %.\ stunelliin;;, I lis-hl a:air,-a look, proper ocOMons endeavored. I local I I the at tent ion of equilibrium which existed when the Government hold theta atitsIIeasumeandihscretion.and I hat all I-. .

t'1I(91 Hill the1 t'Uest brother who was Destruction Property-Destitution the A wind iiiikiiid, or \Mun ly taken- the two great parties which divide the count' to commenced. the powers of the system are in reality concentratedin
I ly
o Had destruction been Ihe operation of (lime, it. It also follows,that character el the Government
JahabitaiztsPlaccr Intelligence Oi! love, I hat hook, induce I them lo adopt '
4c. tempests never some measure to so
I h and had prevent '
Mandin, ? ), Indn'l a fight fl' more diioitor without the interference of Government, the South has been changed in con equenc(. (from a .
A breath touch like this hath shaken. great a but ithout The
than a wee>k jumped! '\' look fi )ht The. tI'llullipa13ma) Cap \Vriglit, has been permitted \to proceed success., with almost agitation no attempt would have had: no reason lo complain ; but such federal Republic, as it ot iginally came from the hand .
from the 19lh And ruder woulsill soon rush in was not Ihe fact. It caused the of its framers, into a great nationalconsolidale-d! DC f'mnrracy.
out of JIlo'l hands and demolished, the fellow Claire, itit.! arrived here yesterday to resist it, until it has reached a period when was by I legislationof
To spread t the broach t hat vvoidd begin this Government which appointed the It ha* indeed at piesent.all the characteristics
alieinoon dates ; was as
fiom San Francisco
the iwinklina of a bed pnst. ; brings it can no longer bedi uised or denied I that the Un.
in And l'.\es forge! I llic i-ntle' lay i is i iu common agent of all, and charged with the pre>t!'c- of the latter and nut one ol& the former, although ifI
.tft'r the affair was over, and before they to the lth January, and (torn Panama They wore in courtship's" s-inilins; day ; ion the darker. Von have I thus had furred upon (ion ofthe interests and security of all. The legislation I it stil' retain Us out ward form. Of' .
and) the
|bad 'time to liquor on it, Joe took: Hill on one to the Sum inst. \Vt have received Lime Sin And \'.icelo.e (the tone (hat shi'd! you ever come greatest under ( consideration gravest question How that can the by which it has been effected may becbs-id The result ofthe whole of 'these causes combineel

tide out of I the pot, and very deliberately re.aarkd Francisco Ala Califotnia of the former, and A lendeineysionnd: a all!I I hey >aid ; Union be prcert.d your? : can under three heads. The first is, I hat series' acts is,
declining, one by one, by which (he South has been excluded Iroin the over ol this Government anti
to him- I the Pa na ma; Edt and Star of the latter dat e. I 'Tilla4 To give :satisfactory answer lo this mighty every
Thl, w"lI n'SSI' of,. ton h.I\'e ont, il is question common Territory belonging to alt ol (Ihe Stales as Ihrough it a control ever all the powtr of the As -
A : lias indispensaHe; to have and thorough
tell what held hen llie accurate (
Dill, Ill it is- deplorable catastrophe i an -
ht'rl. you Ancl !icait!Si) lately initialed! seem I the nu-iiibersof the Federal Union, and which have tern. What was once a constitutional federal Re-

I"'j no objections) : in the world, if you fee*:' a inhabitants of Sacrainento City, I by the overflow Like broken clouds,,-or I like I tlie troam, the cu4e knowledge by which; of the I the Union nature isendangered.and the character Without tif had the effect extending vastly the portion allotted pubic! is now converted,in reality' into one a* absolute !

f>Ier'! gittin' the better of me, that JH should of the river of lhat name, which huscause'd; T'l.it'! .inilin Illlh(' mountain's blow, such, knowledge it is to to Ihe Northern section, and re-triclirig( within narrow as that of the Autocrat of Russia, and a, despotic -

immense destruction of As though < waters ne'er could CUT, with impossible pronounce limits: the portion left (the South. The next i. in its tendency, as any absolute governmentthtVHfEirYYritH'nriii
in and gel us a. part ; but I've no notion an I :p.peaislhat any certain!t, by what measure it can be saved ;
put Proptrl. Yet ere it reach I the pla'n' below, I r.trwi t'f M9kti A S tflI Qc.{ tmr.w-l\s'thm. .; na" ne arwoiute control our
violent : & itw
feller I a yalcetf I ; ia Jisiase
when I've got a as good as whipped, t i liitil.\\ am with I
10m Diejk into floods tIlt Lt.ferOli.
1110111. : I. > of taxation has beet imposed upon the South, and the Government, it i is manifest, I that on all que'ti'ii*
that you tliould' run i in and tal.t! e nil the rnxliiofilie ; i ast nccurred on I lie fttli! !nil.. a ceonmjm mm ( .. . .t.uige of Io\'e. I any by what ratenl could bestve4 an undue proportion of its' \proceeds appropriated between it and the South, where there ita diversity .
by torrents of rain, which increased ''ne!i vol.ume without similar knowledge I nature and
Taint the fuel time you've doneit him in r< s-: ,
ffcht. Keep bondage character the North ; and the last is a sjslem of political of interests, the interest of the taller will he sacrificed -

an'. if,}'ou ever du it again I give (\ fl.i rvartIiiI' of the river to such an extent thai -.n in. A'< in the fu-KUol I blisabove, I hen of,presented the cause(of consideration the disease. The, in the first inve question measures by which Ihe original character of the to the former however oreive| the effect

"Ulur light i round and lick ) like undation took place, and the wind anJ rain lt siU, with tluwrels lettered round tigilion I propose to make, in oider to obtain suchknowlcdgeis ,- Government has been radically changed. I propose may be, as the South possess n. means by which

continuing. by the lllh almost the whole of Lof these, in the order they it can resist, through the action ol (beGovernment.
X nimd if 1 don't. : What i is it thot has endangered the
h II1 I ow Nor let him use his wini's
ever ; :
Union ? stand, a few remarks, with Ihe view of showing But if there was no question ol vital importance to
"Very well," says Hill, who was \(1 the city Sacramento. was submerge.!. For even an hour, a iniuuteS flight To this there that it is owing to Ihe action of this Government the South, in reference to which (there was a diversity -

aware that Joe woulJ be apt to be as good as A most shocking and deplorable ulf\ir.I. Will rolvthe phnnrsot half their IgM. that the immediate question is can the be almost but one answer discontent : thai the equilibrium between the two sections has of views between the two sections.' Ibis state of i
cause universal
his. word, and remember." it i is termed hy the Stockton concspondent Like th.it! celestial. bird, whose which pervades all the State3compoing the- been destroyed, and Ihe whole powers of the system things might bet'ndurcJilhout the hazard of destruction it 1 -
"lllry occurred lie Is found eiienlh the eastern skies, centered in a sectional majority. to the South. nut such i j4 not the tart.- : -
the California lately at
to the crowd and Aha Southern section of t the Union. This extended
They \alied lacc ; Whost win<;4, though:;! ra liant when at rest, discontent :widely The first Iheseiies of acts by which (the South There is a question of vital importance Ihe Southern .
about fifteen miles from Stockton t j is not of recent origin. Il commencedwith
clinched understanding with a smile of minIs, I Lo>e all theirglory when heflies the I was deprived of its due share of the TertilClI it" originated section, in reference to which the views and

Haldface. appeals that I the Chileans"oadlg near the been agitation! of the. SloHr} question, and has with the Confederacy which preceded the feelings of the two sections are aj opposite and hos- "
increasing The
A few works after the conversation and Calaveras liver weie Illi to I'aoe by the Death of Mrs. While.-Our readers have one step lurthei ever back sJte., is: What Ins question caused this going existence of this Government. It is to be found! in [tile aa they can possibly be.I .
the hitter them / the provision of the Ordinance of 17S7. Us efi'ectvvjs refer lo (Ihe relation between the two rsces in
fight aforesaid ; Bill and Joe walked OWI Ameiicans giving Its been informed of the particulars of the murder I widely! diffused and almost universal discontent ?
to exclude Ihe South entirely from that vast and the Southern section, which constitutes a vital
bottom either to hunt some At the end of that time those who of this New Mexico by her Indian I It is a great mistake to suppose as some have port
the river lady in
into up lh.it it fertile region which lies between the Ohio and the lion of her social organization. Every portion ol \time\
look ior timber stocks. remained were anested and fined an ounce and of her brother's resig.i done originated with demigogues, who excite States and North entertains views Lssho
cattle or hOI, or to : diptors ; previous .! the discontent wilh the intention their Mississippi uverx, and embracing five v and fee-lings more cr -

Hill had a rile but Joe was unauncd. After of gold each, and fmlher period given I themfor !i I! nation; of his seal in the Vir iui-i Iv islalure. peisonal advancement or with the aiding disappointed one Territory.' The next ot I he series i. in I Ihe Mi: sou- tile to it. Those most opposed and hostile, regard it

lemoval. On the 27th uf Dec.) a part of her ri CllmpromisewhiC'h excluded the South from that as a sin, and Consider themselves un-Irr the ntost sacred
forcin their way some half a mile through for the purpose of hastening to rescue. ambition of certain politicians. wliw revolted to it as '
large portion of Louisiana which lies North ot'3i!>*" obligation to nstjeveiy effort to destroy U- Indeed
lit the eighty aimed Chileans made a descent on in the the means of retrieving I heir fortunes. On the
the thick uiuleibitMi! composed ill part ( : Tin following I letter li'ol him appears con 30, excepting what is included in the State rf Mis to the extent that they conci-ivethey have pow

I red buckejes with brilliant blossoms, they colony of Americans stationed at I the Iowa I !I 1 Abin I (dou I Virginian. There is sonic olxcii I Irary, all time great political influence of the section souri. The last of Ihe series excluded the South er, they regard themselves as implicated in the sin.
were array.d against exritementand exerted the
I were EU' Idenly Martleil! by a low savagegriwl cabins killed two, nvlliealrd, a gi eat numb-i i lit i in it with n'anllo the names. Mr". utmost to keep the people The mass ofI from (the whole of the Oregon Territory. All these, and responsible for suppressing i ii I by theuseof all
and finished them wilh I.I. \ tJie. great in Ihe..lang of (Ihe day were what is called slave and means. Those less opposed and hostile,
; which sounded uncomfoitahly near ; by pinioning' 10pl'S. White appeals lu he !(spoken of sometimes asi I Ihe people of t the South wCledi\ilrd. i in 1 the other I every
I a territories, and not free soil 'that is territoiie-be- il ojfence humanity
I ; regard as a cr.me-an against
juidcre I they could look about (hem or make and (dragging them (ll wilh great Irtalit10. i "Ann," and! at other (limes distinct from -eclion( into Whigs and Democrats. The leaders; I I
I I i' longing to sloreholding power ant! o[ en lo the emigration as they call it ; and although not so fanatical, fort
any preparation, with a wild shriek eifi.x'ili.' waids m Stocilln.lcr matching at'd! conn- j I I" Ann ;"-.the latter being refened to as still and the,pieces ol both parties in the South wereveiy of masters: with I their slaves.! By these seveial themselves bound to use all effo.'ls! to effect! time same
sot ciious lo excitement and lo
iicr nge, a large fennle. panther, sprang fiom teimarchinglheir I I piU'iiieis a cOI, hllr1,1c! distance I j alive. We are not able to explain this ap. .;}1tet; bt-came' it prevent was seen I hat I the effects preserve of the acts, the South vas e.xcloded from J, 3S.02i object ; while! those who are least opposed and hostile

a Jinih overhead full I upon i the hWt'eleis' ol the Chileansbecame i al I irmed at I llie ; patent incongiuiiy :- former would nere"anly tend to weaken, if not destroy -quare miles, an extent of country considerably exceeding regard it a* a blot and a stamen the character rf
I the: entire of t Ihe To the what call the Nation and feel themselves
: her teeth in his of a I, i the other .\toe ilct: us I I the poliiical lies which united I I'.iern:, with their valley they ac-
and to I prospect
Jut attempted ll"Il'l !e"cut ) ;; I irn\ui\cc: J.\x. 19, J 18.:0.j South was Icfll the portion of I he Territory of Louisiana j p cordingly bound lo give- it no coun'enance orsupporf.
the h bestir the.ii pal'li"S in the other sccl'on.! Those who
in to le'peclive
I : |
'". vicnilyho begun Brol/zcr.-I I hasten. I.VIH South' of 3t'.0 CO" and the portion North I On the Southern section the
net j .1!!/ ])ear ; to attempt lo ''enow I he licngtb of I ties will readily ;; contrary.Ihe regards rs -
Totwist himself around, seize" the animal sel\cs behalf of their r rounli\meii. In \ the file of our sKter Ann. \c. lIe the immense force paity which (this cause appreci-exerted ol it included in the State of1\II:-ouri. The pOI lion lation as one which cannot be destroyed without '

the boideier, but shoit 1, I the Chilean patty m J, and( i theprisoneis give JUt tear : lyins South: of :';-' :0', including Sidles Louisiana subjecting the two races to the greatest calamity' :
the throat to i .
was ant agitation
by intrepid the l Odeii : t and favor of
i1)lI' ('IJFtII iig t to statement! tf Major ; ill"rtlb t :; in preserving quiet.
I and Arknn-s and Iheleiritoiylying Vest| of and I he section to povertydesolation, ar-il vrretchcV.
(Ill work of an instant : and llien CtIIIIC.ddie I II "lI i rK-ased:: :. :I ,' ..of the i in from Santa: I'V (i hits; (' Pl's under Jutas. great as it was it was not sufficiently sO to the latter and Sout'i of 3f;J 3''fJ") called the Indian ness; and accordingly they feel boundt>y every con

st struggle for; I life i f or death t -fist and foot l foimer Itol into I lie hand o! I the iiidigiianlAmeiicans his chart') says, after Ming used every possible iadt-3\ \.rl.'vcnllhe the I section..3pn'JI Xo discontent which far now per.and country. Thij, with Ihe Territory of Florida, nwtle sideration of inlerrsi and safety to defend it.

Hgainst teeth! and clans. Of liulc service, : and according to minor' weie endeavor (to obtain; lie r I liy negotiation irore puwetlul(: Ibantheone: some supposedmu.-t cause deeper.tto State makes in the whole QSS.jO-l: square: mile This hostile fed ins on the part of the North towards

1 trcih for such ultimately hung. The two .\mner.cans: who eM To this inu-t be added the territory acquired wih Ihe social organization of the South, long lay
liowe-xer, tlIIISI'IS) ; lor: her &c. iccoiint lor discontent so wide and deep. The
wtI' ofleiing }. !
al\ recovery Texas.. tithe whole! should be added to the Soulhern dormant, but it only required some cane which
had muidered
like ol the Itckwuds.znaii's lecl were aged men, me then, What is the of this
was tic ice : tenacity: the conclusion t lira! she not ; rccuis: cause
IIII y came was section, it would make an increase of :n,5020.I would make I time impression on those who felt it most
them wife! and childien in the :I lisjontcnt ? It will be found in the belief of the
gra"p, and the why tt'Jiiol of hisMiiewy t leaving a ( tel ali\e.! The t troops, however, went in pursuit which would make the whole left to the South. intensely, that they were responsible for its contirmar -
ofthe Southern
States the
aims I 'hat the iinimal iever once got States, I the other a wife and Ichi.I..n..- of lie r, and I'lving gone a considerable dNtance icople li
One of I called Starr originally between I thetwoolcliol1:1. which leaves it uncertain' this Government, and of the control ci! the Aorthtrn
lieu !head enough to his to seize li' was ,
I' near I on t lie track of drove of wild lorses. low are, consistentlyilli honor and safety, in the
Il'rsou : will be the real of the of territory section all fnrniscd the .
\ew Yoik but late-Iv from Texas.TuuStxitur what extent portion over ltd departments, cause.It
but the did teat Union. The iir\t question to be considered is :
him :
H'f'ict. found, their mistake and different
; caws alt pursued a I that m'v be left to (the South. was Ibis which made an impression on the mind'sof
What has cuiicxl (his belief ?
.in a ftw p"lr Joe was 85 naked il Foexu Otf.-The fj'Iowing : course. I j have not included the territory recently acquiredby many that there was little or no restraint to pre
(One of the j is, undoubtedly, to be tiacrd to
front he he into the woiIJ, causes (the with Mexico. The North i i" making vent the from doing whatever it might
I was ht'l CIIII' i fc'oon after (tley found, scattered upon lie ''he lonz-continued agitation iTthe, slave question on treaty government
and crimson red from to lou as ere a is an extiact from an Addjess, deliveied on the Ann's : the most strenuous efforts to appropriate the wholeto choose (a do. This was sufnVieni of itself lo put the
as top "rlulltil'c"s,! of dresses and in ot lit'tlaces ihe part of the Noilh and the tmny: aggressions
: herself, excluding I the South from everyfoot of most fanatical portion of the N<>rth inaction for the
that blossomed around him. .Mean. occasion of a banner: picsentation' Ij MUs 1 i .\hichihevhave made the of I he South I
buckeye ( tliead lace efcc. fiom her clotl-), on rights
t torn 1
) ) u : it. If she should! succeed, it will L1 to that from nurpose of deshoyinj Mm existing relation between
while will untiring vigor and energy,, he !had flees, to : Division of the Sons of Temperance i.ig. t th:it lion1 who were atil'l her miiilt, keep tin in-; the time. I will not enumerate them al which 1 the Smith has already been excluded,o2t>,0"vsquare the two aces in tlie South.
"ent it will be done hereafter in is!
)re as
incessant of blows (toni projerlace. I miles, and would increase the whole \ hichha9npropniated The first organized movement Inwards it comtnencc -
poured Jin I .tHnl in Georgia lecently I : i in I lie m li'lit i din'cliol; aided by 'h)< se signs .>I .
'. Ibt b.- to herself to 1,764 O) << In I&S5. 'I'h-ci., fur the Dtsl Itmr.MJCtetteS -
: his iron Hst i in I le lbs i and chest of liN "a, Asa.4ty.\ \ I ini.,!Vl f "ihajiR ini.,l iinf ,fJmtby I so liequenllv..J ihey#maJ .ich.rapid ""f rtL?* _?:1IcLQ.i .arI'J 4. !h,;..j_. not,> including the ffoTf(flttrsl..JA .m succee-d i n were organr/ed, proves cstaliii.h.-d!. lecturers sent
after while
; autagoaist.hobcgan: : a to iou from I I hat I they finally I came upon I tie spies of tim i* i i. i.'timately connecti-d 'that amy be iearded as the ) from in Texa Tosum the iW'e, forth to excite the people of the North and inceneVAjy -
II excluding us
i'i'a" you u> up
: evidently under I the punishment, and your of tirgatiiz Order. Vi cxcuJo selves 11 bind: who communicated it lo lie ca rap.] and ;real and primal) cau>e. It i is lob i ? found in tile the United States, since they declared their independence -' publications scat tercel*ftvcr the whole South,. .

j iinally its <'ff,rts to Mingle to geta'vav. secrets your iU group 3 oui all at mounted.! their mules and i.irt lhat the equilibrium between time Iwo sections have acquired 3,r jO-1a square miles ter- throtW '.& niail. The South was thoroughly a-
once ponies,
CllSI.t talk act. No the Government, it stood when the Constitu.ion :
together-you -you plan-you in as excluded he JJeetinzs-V'sTe held everywhere, and resolutions
have I roused.
which the North will
: But wa Thei, was no I lifory, from I
: tl g. listening of is to catch the pierced 'uu's hear will an arrow nnd fled wa ratifiid and Ihe Government put in action, P"n the North to apply a
ear woman her I I South, if she should succeed in monopolizing the adoptedwcairis
.uel'clil mentioned i in i the bill the play!; I in niter confusion their :as uefon destroyed.) Al that lime there was nearlyi ''ened evil and
woids which fall! Ii,omit lips-no prying leaving: I own newly acqivred territories about three-fourths ol remedy to arrest the ihr pledging
.\ h-tigth, JlIi'cIIJ: .\1ustt.d with his ( er.ljt.iis mtrk deeds your all is diildren, from whose IIC"S were 'suspended peiiect equdibriniii between Ihe two which the whole, leaving Ihe South Lut' about one- themselves to adopt n ejsuittfr *their ownprotcc.
to : secret-as itlorded lo each to itself
eye your you ample means protect ol Congress
and ,lit gallant! Joe Maggcivil tie wheels and of Mis. White's and font it h. tion.if was not arrested. AtC in-line -
thick. Hut in of the will out ainat of the other but it
the ,
secret now
I spite you a-igresMon ; as theNorth, calling
to a eat, the (holy! of the panther" 11lt'lfloCIIJ \" Ann's watches. Such is I time first and great cause that has dt'"trny- petitions poured in from
has exclusive of
and we ladies (know ii. la'ids, one section power con- t'd the equilibrum between the two sections in the upon Congress to aboli.h shivery m iric>-Qtr1Ct0f_ '

| dead .1pptt from his Jc'leslf You I talk: and plan-but '.%'C s"e the )young She was wl'l clothed in her usual dress I rid tutig |Ihe Government, which lea\es I the other Gave ro men) t. Columbia, and to prohibit what they callede 'n*

: jilt its t (Jrsl"t I'alel, a man who just t now, by his devi 'ion to his I i She refused, go when she got? sight f tim"trOupS without any adequate means of protecting To itself The next is the system of revenue and disbursements rernal slave trade between the Slates, announcing at
jU; '. After his i breath cup i:ainst its encroachment oppression. platc.his ich has been the Government. the lime that their ultimate I I.
,peilect ) and slot her and left. IVom lei \ adopted by arne object was
I'PC''t.rl of for time and all of they before [ hare. Senators .
war good xu'jject distinctly )OIi, tint the Government has derived its the District.but in the
and I av i.tuncoendeavoring wf'c.il :1 It is well known abolish slaverv r.ot only in
whil il's i in association '' ahuIH'u: rance sle lid: not in any way 11 I'nab""tl. ,>pired a brief! statistical statement showing the
the which hope etc rim ity, mingling you r revenue mainly (Irllm du'ion! import I shall not states and throughout the I'ninn. At this peiiod.
tl ) .til but looked, I thin and heart broken.Tien' t-ldtive weight of i the t two sections in I the G.>vern-
sale( (lOt II ruin which !J'liJ J him. The Kiev : tlfllei take to show I hat such duties! must necesnrilv the number engaged in the agitation was small, ansi \
: llowcd freely, he uo'ic d the rillo IJ jug men I under I the first census of 17U() and the last cenAccording -
) (1'rt' killed I i whose and that
in the the
pretty headed fither loo'is: his son thus saved, 'vt're Apaches: (tall mainly on exporting State, posseted little or no per-viial inflpence.
i don! u side, and called out : upon : IIi lsh HJ.( Ihe e.xpoiling the Union, Neither in Congress ha !, at that time,
IJn1" possession tt'l're found: )l Ir mini:iturc South, a* I great portioned p'f'y any
:and! a smile, radiant with: joy, plays brightly \\lile's lo the former, Ihe population (>f (the '
J j I .Why; why the bCiy,ors idl't yo i has in reality paid vastly more than her due propor. svir.pathy; with (them, or their ciuse. The members -
Bil. and 0\ butter-knives I little and
11 lrjotthe ctiter when seed it W3duin' on I lie old lnn's countenance.Vseethe I 11'S "PI"IanJolhc !tTniled Stales irdllljn"trmont) Kentucky, tion of the revenue ; because 1 deem it unnecessary, of each partx presented their petitions with great

you \\ 111, who stood ticmblingupon I (lings will her initials upon llem. :and! IVnne-Jf-e, which then$ were in their incipient c.inlition as I the subject has on so many occasions been fully reluctance. Neverth.-less( as small and cqntemptib'e -

me ,01'1 the 11.Ia vijicano-anutlier I now Ill I lie immi'l: K of lie express) n in at I I.ilier ol becoming -States, but were not actually adnillcd. discu.sed. Nor shall I, for the same reason under- as the party then was, belli of th<" srreat patties;
"Hum I I !': ciied Hill good reason verge step amounted to 3,'.,'2.t,"-27.: Of this number hue .
; dreaded them The th
cf Ihe the North felt that
"C'I' .I r. O den : to MMid) i imese to taketosimnwthata fargre-ater portion revenue ol ngh
why you tell me t'other! day, if I or two an.llle (featful;, plunge hid: IWt'l lal"OI i ty. ; promises me N'oitb t ',in States had I f,077V.> and I the SmlheinI Ins b'eri disbursed at Ihe North, than its due share; i small, they were organized in icfere-nce to a subject
Hdl"t from ilous and in a few days, also any other ilrurmaliol he ( tnjk'ms ditlerence of only 21,1)27!) in fijrol .
--ret i eating his position I I.,9j..072. a has which had and influence
.', a fight; ol yoms ag tin, when jt'i and I the joint efTect of tlie-e causes bern,to trans a great a commanding over
.1 seeking fcifeiy in the (;! )our 01,111; can "et. : the loruier States. The number of Slat, in- fer a vast ainoint: trom Souih to North, which, un- :. the Northern mind. Rich party, on that account,
the best It fit that lick as'ocaliol .
you Wa gitting ( you'd and then the wife who.e heart has lo.i TLere is great cxcitem-Mit lore :ud! 1,00:1.:' luJmg VVrmont Kentucky, and Tenne"sec. were efer an t'I'I.l s>,stem of revenue and disbursements, feared to oppose their petitions. Iet the o'posite

It! If I'd seed the panther have you co"l : : ; men are! at I tie of t the D'parlmrnt, atwelve -'vteon! ; of which eight, i-icluling Vermont, be- would not have been lost to her. If to this be added party should take advantage of the* one who might,
and it into I'd shot him tOI.lultt in silence the insanity of its giief. fN\'ice I.Ii.4.tI, (to the Not t lt'ra section, and eight, inclullingKJulucl.y h
lluiR' you a ; as that many of the \\eieiniposed.notfor revenue by favoring I their pet it ions. The cifect wa :hai hot
lung as I t'I.d you was gittin' th* b..M of it. 61al,18 up with the mountain prcsviio gone, I t hour notice. Call I COlt; Iiere today and Tennei-e-e, lo the Sout'iern', makingan ,but torprotection-that is, intended to put money united in insisting that the petitions shouM be receivrel .

J wouldn't a touched: "J half of Tayetie and) I links I her :(tTct. ion to her sobered l husVui I. JlliliI.1; time President lo send) : suffi eq'Jil diTxion)" ; of I the States,between I thelwosrclions not in the Treasury but directly ir.lolhe pocket and Congress should jurisdiction of (the

;iff f would! (11! l'hie.e are Jour deeds. You diy up the tear '" ( II'n< lo exterminate this bind of under the first census. There was a small of Ihe rr.anuf.lcturers..snme conception may bef. subject for which they prayed. T justify their etur-e.

('ulllt of I hush the sighs of I he broken I I .Apicles, :atmi.1 t savage (tribes. The cit. ;preponderance! in I the Huuieof Representatives i and rmi-d. of the immense amount which, in !the Ion? they took the extraordinary ground that Cenzre
; grief; you
J'ooJu;; much ;11'rl.I\d in the ;hero ofsiirhan iz here letters in I lh electoral college, in favor of I the Northern, couroeohhtv( !, has been transferred from South was bound to receive petitions on every snbiect how

' ', I soon alter sought an intioduc- Itlf.d' yom stop the prodigal in his career
lion to Joe ; and in the course of coiivi>rsatio'i! -you :gi\e light for; daikness, hopu for des. I (>f little who. they think h still alive, I he Constitution, in ( timatini fl.deralnl1mherJ.five with any certainty! ; but it is sale' to rav, had or had not jviisdiclion ove-i the subject. These

leforn-d to the ufTair. I Me acknowledged t the, piir, and toll I upon; I the bosom of so-ie.lv: a J but scpnatd from Ann, and now i in t their pos. slaves count but three ; but it was too small ti> 'that it amounts to hundreds of millions of dollar- views prevailed in the Houe of Representatives,

stream which has healing fu the waler. Tkii ses iln. Col. (jlilpin says they kill a fleet. !en,ibly, I the pel lect equilibrium, which wilhlh..t Under the most moderate estimateil would! he sufficient and partially in the Senate, and thus the party succeeded
coin 1, and to gratify my curiosity rolled up his i yirl but will! raise it if wilot exception c\i i-lcd at the time.. S-ich was the to ad 1 greatly to the wealth of the North, and in their first movements in gaining what they
i t ( oi. .
is Ilillt they can.
sleeves and opened his IJ"1 to show ma yottr secret cpia'ity of the Iwo sections when the Slates composing thus greatly inrreise her population by attraclingemirati'.n proposed position in Congress. Iron which agitation -
of opinion I that t ihe t willret I I lit Ic into Federal Union
troops i them agreed to enter the Unir.n
tho rcmcmbiancu by the oilier. He- from all quarters to that section. could be extended over whole ,
Jf his pa Tuc Skgesoflelu.--t'iii, past year will I Virginia, if.li alive ; if they) do I am determined Since i t then I Ihe equilibrium between them lidS been Thicntnbincdwiththe great and primary cause This was the commencement of the agitation,w hich
bides face his
several deep mats on arms be memorable in the military history for the i lo go tl Santa Fe. The mail will de. great 1) di.tubedAccording, amply explains why Ihe North has acquired a preponderance has ever since continued, and which, as i is now acknowledged
and chest were perfectly seamed as also he I 'to Ihe last census the azgregite population has the Union itself.
number of of Ihe Govern. endangered
extraordinary impoilant sieges termine trip-it can't the river for over every department
ilrormt.t me his lower limhg. If his stripes which occurred. The London Tirnes gives a ice.my of Ihe United Northern States section amounted contained to 17IJli3.3j7. ment by its elispr"portion
) only been colored, he would have beaten of these .. running of which the 9,79J2n. and 81al l. The former at hasbeen shown,hasinerea'ted party who got up the petitions should succeed in -

zebra.and given him two in the I summary ie\v sieges: I can't stop at this-no, no ; and as for a-id the SD'ithern' 7,331,138, making a ditlerence in in fifty jears, 2,100,000 over that of Ihe getting Congress to take jurisdictionlhat agitation t -
a irame. No less than cities foitresses round numbers,of 2HWUOO. The! numbei tll State*
ten great or can't smith. This increase of population during so longa would follow, and that it wool I in the end, if net
have not deemed it to be particulirus ;; \IU'1 renrrins: they sleep long beneathill's i tcreased from sixteen to hvenIY.Iix. making
necessary of Europe wfiie I invested and attacked-some period, is satisfactorily accounted ror,by Ihe number arrestedde-tre>y the Uni >n. 1 then soexpresed m>-
to the correctness of names, but the truth sol of New .Mexico, if my life is spared: to addition often States In the meantime the position debate and called both lo take
of them places of historical renown which of|cmisrant9, and t Iht increase of t their descendants self in upon patties
of ihe incident itself was vouched fur l Iy many had been for from the ], violence place her alongside of little Willie. near Abingdon. l ( of Delaware had become doubtful as to which which have been attracted to I he Northern section ground azainst assuming jurisdiction. but in ain. t

pecla1JJo men, beside the hero (who exempt ages din'c This is my duly as a brother ; andto section she properly belongs. Considering her as ( from Kurope; and Ihe South, in consequence <>( Had my voice been heeded and had Congress refused

known of an enemy. In Italy, Home and sleep without coffin, beneath tin neutral, the Northern Stales will have thirteen and I the advanla l's derivetl from the causes assigned. If lo take jurisdiction, by Ih united votes of all parties
itemed to bo notoriously on account Venice were captured alter a protracted and : savage (heSiUthern States twelve making a difference in had not t'xi"led-if Ihe South had retainer all the agitation which followed would have been

cred body,.which told a Idle of itself. ; I she cannot, shall not, if I can trace her According to (Ihe apportionment under I the census ofISIO the fiscal action of the Government; and if it had to the agitation, and which has brought us to our

1Va\Jiinglonian. Genoa and Acona were reduced by bombard to her resting place. there were 223 members of the House tf Representatives not been excluded by the ordinance of'37, and the present perilous condition, would have become extinguished -

ment, the revolutionary: : garrisons being unable of which Ihe Northern Slates had Missouri compromise Irom Ihe region lying between from the want of something lo feed the

---. ---.- to suffice for their complete! defence." In Mr. White was recognized, by J. W. H, 131, and the Souther States (considering Delaware Ihe Ohio and the Mississippi rivers,and between the flame. That \\aslhelime( for IheNotlh to show her

SVn Wf.-A correspondent of the N. Y. Denmark the fortress of Kredercia successful.' Pulton, by th,' g.I. plugs in his teeth. I will II neutral) 87, making a difference in favor of 'the Missi sppi and the Rocky Mountains north of 3o" devotion to Ihe Union ; but unfortunately both of the

J Impress, writing from Jeorgii on the subject I ly resisted the and enabled get! all I can of him too.My foimer ill the House of Representatives ofIS. The 30-it scarcely admits) of a doubt that she would great parties of that section were so intent on obtain
( besieging' army, ditterencein 'time Senate of two members, added lo
divided (the emigration with the North and by ing or retaining party ascendancy, that all other conrsideraltons
of ne roe fla'crJ expresses the following sen. time royal forces by a sally to turn the foilune of r anxiety of mild and'I exposure to the I this "ivt'slo the North, in I the Electoral College have retaining her own people, would have at least e- were overlooked or forgotten

kible idal the war. In the Palalinat., Landau 'vas mvi's. weather have almost wrccket mi. My foot m.ij .rty of 5
The moral condition of Ihe negroe, I should ted without efr.ct. but Uasladl was taken with I i is: badly frost bitten, so thl: cannot wear my hive been and added Texas.lo the Union leave: Iowa the ,difference Wisconsin in, 1840, and probably under that about to be taken,- *. Wilh t he success of their first movement, ,

think, was at quite a high u standard here a some loss and delay, by the PI'si'UI'. In boot, limit I may cross the plains. My trip I the Ffbiida Senate, as it stood when They I the census was taken ; She would Territories also, if.she maintained had retained an her equality equal in rightsin the this small that fanatical become party began to acquire strength ;
l the north, and his p sical condition ismuch Hungary the abortive sieges of Comorti and will ever be remembered by me as a conso. but adJ twoto the side ot I the North in the House, number those of Slates with the North and have preserved both the great,patties to The necessary object eourtstip to
better. Uy coercion here the results of Pelerwardein maintained their invincible rep. lation-as an effort beset at all times wilh making the present majority in the Hou.e,in its la- Ihe equilibrum) between Ihe two sections that was. further increase power, and agmduat consequence Iain-

}hinMubor are enormous ; without it, it would utatiou ; whilst the heroic defence of Tome IlesurlJIl! suflcrings, and a spirit buoyant! vorofW, and in I he electoral college of the 32.Northern existed at the commencement of Ihe Goveinment. ling ofthe opinions of both of the other parties with
of he whole is lo
he nothing. The negiois in the main: is afTec.jnate war and the slorra of Huda must be considered ( that there was lie possibility ofa The result predominance I iii give department of Ihe l'heloss I then of Ole equilibrum, is to be attributed their doctrines until ihe infection has extended over

chance short of life that section a every to Ihe action_ olhi(_ Government. ___ ,_ ,__ both ; and the urea t mass of the population of the
: to his master, but without a mister he the most brilliant exploits of lhat fatal war. my might terminate Government and thereby concentrate in' it the Iwo were oL -
But while these measures eiesiroyinine North, who, whatever ht then uf the
it without ction. His scale of morality is.. In most of these remarkable cases, the ne.cessity in my sister's recovery, hut her sad fate is elements! ,; which constitute the Federal Government; equilibrum between Ihe Iwo sections tIe action ol original abolition patty,\thichklill may preserves opinion itsdi-

low here, and so it llt the north. I have of acting against fortified towns and) at an end-my arrow spnt and bow tin.strunj. a majority of Slates, and, a,majority of the population Ihe Government was leading to a radical chanze in tincliveorganizationhatdly ever failwhen ito-mi *

. seen intelligent negroes II'rt as \ ever saw positions arose from the circumstance that the ANDKIW J. DUXX.Mrs. ( ,t'encentraleslhe tirnited in t federal t two in niint'er.Vlntever itself the con sec- its character by concentrating all Ihe power of ,the tojactintf, to co-operate iu ram Ing out (heir measures. __ __ __
a I (lion possesses ostem in htgolf The ort'3.ion"ill n.t permit me 10 With the increase of their influencethey
: there, but I have nerer seen the negroe hal so : evolutionary: party placed mo e reliance on trol of the cntiie Government. lrce the measures by which this ereat change has the spheraof their action. In a short time extended afJer .- _

I degraded here a I have seen him As-: its strength behind the walls of cities than inJ James K. /'uZt.-This lady 'bag, weIt'ar Cut we are ju't t at (the cloe of the sixth decade, been consummated. If it did, it would not be difficult commencement of their firs movement, they .

; I before aid, my education. and so are m J the tielJ'i'1orida.Ve. since the death of her h isbind, almost and the commencement of which I Ihesevenlh.add The greatly census to to show that ihe process commenced at an early had acquired sufficient Influence to induce the lepManres -.
) secluded) hersulf from jot |10 be taken thisOer., period'ofthe Government ; that it proceeded 1 almost of mojt ofthcNi'nhheintatestopasscts.I r --
")sympathies in lavor of the negroe ; bnt entirely society She decided preponderance of the North in (the which ._-
(Ihe until it absorbed
question i i., Low is his condition to be belie regret to see Ibl course pur. seems to be inconsolable in her grief. The House of Representatives and in the electoral col- without virtually interruptionstep ilsenitire powers; lint by step without, going'throush in effect abrogated the the 1pi ovismon of the Constitution(
Ihat'provldpjfor Jelivering fugitive
cd f I do not believe that freedom can betteiit. sued by lov. Brown, in opp- s'ng the South. hinge pillars orlle new house into which they leg*. The prospect i is, also/that great ,increase in the the whole process establish the facf.it i( may be done Not long after, petitions followed up lo abolish slavery Maves.

The negroe cannot compete wIth the ern Convention-but that he will have Mo had just ,' n 1 the melancholy: bereavement will: beatUe4 during to the its'preseuit period of I the preponderance decade by (he addition satisfactory by a very short statement. in nagazines.andilock yards.and all nt. her places .
white, his person is offensive, and thercfore he ,. give i up' we have no doubt) ', from the evidence occurred are still craped with [black.If .-*- (l of new tales. Two Territories, Oregon and That (the Government claims! and practically maintains where Congress had exclusive power of legislation,. '

cannot be a to him given by the people! of iadsden, an account her husband had !lived, she would! ere this Minesota, are already in progress and strenuoui the right to deride in the last report, as to ,the This xvas followed by petitions and resolutions of
. companion .
which will be 1 have been in I But bring in three additional Stale extent of its powers, will scarcely be denied by any Legislatures of the Northern Stales and popular -
; lam of the opinion that', the noithrn of the proceedings j tra\'ellg 'Jop tut ethrare: making
to exclude
hol.1 conquered from Mexico, conversant wilh the poliiical history of the coun- meetings the Southern States from all
! negroes be put in the po>sessioii of: fJmt in another column. When the people! ways of are in crulablef> and she %which tom the if Territory successful recently will add three other States, in trv. That it also claims the mht to resort to force Territories acquired, or to be acquired, and (to prevent -. I

! a far (If country, that they would rrcede !backto move in this manner: those who would dictate: is weeping 'how over wrecked 10pi, and short time, to the Northern section, making live to"maintain whatever power claims against all opposition the admission of any Slate herenfler into trie-

I native state lo them must step aside or their location will 'blighted prospect) SUrIl are not a Slates; and increasing the present number of its U equally certain. Indeed it is apparent Union, which bv its Constitution, does not prohibit ; .

The agitation savage ofihe north ;is productive of ,'c'r soon be in the dreary regions or' no- many hearts that will her in this hour Slates liom, fifteen lo twent'and of its Senators from what we daily hear, (hat this hasbfcome( slavery. And Congress M invoked to do all this expressly I
and fixed opinion of a great majority of with the view to the final
there is abolition
) their tliiitv to forty. On the contrary nota of sir,
in the of grief sympathy. Even her Ute hUi.IJud't from
I much injury to the cause of freedom. Until wtre. Florida will be icpresented single Tenilory, in progress.in Ihe ulhern 11(. the community. Now, I ailc what limitation can very in Ihe Stales. That has been avowed lobe the. .

lately, :btaute of this State prevented sla.\es Nashville Convention whether the Governor political! enemies, speak of her I Ije- linn/and no certainty that any addiiioml: State will possibly be placed upon the power of a government ultimate object from the beginning o( the agitation

,from being brought into this Stale ; within a desires; it or.not.. lug a most worthy and estimableyotrun.) ..-. b!3ddt.t |to during the decade. The prospectMien 1 claiming and exercising such rights? And, if none until the present time; sad vet the greatbody

few wceki Home Southerner. ult.. : i f?. that the tyo sections i iu the Senate, should, can be, how can the, separate governments of the both parties of the North, with the full kcovf ledqa -
(his statutes has r .- ', Souhr Tribllr .',". .) 21 :1.,. ,!'h ',',J *. )- 'v: ---I.. ; .:?

.ICCI ., 0 1-1I' -







.1 lure the ro-nj-e-ratalwilh ttci nttt.mh thm Iuvn in iiic alnu the' t .dlllieii.clifiemi t tio! Union, their course should? be to unite tvith cc unconstitutional and elangrroua. They have been mast all yield when they etaui in the way of our cx- : flOtibitUt J uut'errtand that he i is
Rtvtaurr in repelling 'these .. iijc & Journal.Fl. wiliing.afeo
the to
*. anauhs.anddeuounciDg euthors l led into it by language held here, and the course puT Crikiou.: f f remote '

Such I* briif tijrrv f1 li! arf..ti..n, fir ilra j ai enemies of thetJnion.Vhty they avoid I sued by the Excculive branch of the Government, hut, it may be a.>kcd, wlict is to be done with California ---,--.--------.---.-.-----------.-------. ___________ -" | impedimenta' now put lit cur way, deterring
; as *' I this and
; j < l adranrrel. :*>n\ I aU, SIISMH, whit i* pursue the course they do, it is for them toexplain. I I have nW..een the answer eifthe Executive to thould] she not adruitte-d t I amvver remand D. HILTON &. C. E. DYKE our people fro-s going% there-I I1PtW4heCe'suLtte

tsere! t<> prevent it* further rt'ci until it Nor the call* made by the two Houses Congress, for t her back t:> Trrritt.ri.Al condition, as wits done in lolly of citing the Mexican few

the ulunulc end j jrip'cJ, u-ile-* s<.nr < luifliL of die illuflrious can the UIJJOTI !1w' eavrd by invoking the name informitioa as tj the course which it took or the part the er.a? ofTentmsec, in the cathy stage of the Govcniuu'Ut. EDITORS AND r.lOPIUETORS. j slavery in New Mexico arJ California
.Southerner whoe mortal remain* which it actvd, in reference 11 what Cal her had established
done in Coi'srein
irti-Bwrr rhoirfd be ai'pte4| | to it } lf an was caw, a
ont of ther&u M, which Jus j'rr\-nl AiJJoJ lo if* increase rf ) repoi-e on the w-osttrn bank of Ihe Potomac. He was ifornia. I underiand the answers have not yet been Te-iritoriul Govcniuciitiu the ttu.l! form, with Governor Saturday, March 1G, 18O. f No IM.UI would f;M-l more happy than myself

from lU wigir l mull .'nJ ce>n1etnf>libl beginning one etueiiecl of us hi-a slaveholder and a planter We have pnntcd. lint there is enough known justify the Judges, and other officer*, appointed; by tho U. to believe that our Union, founded by our

until it t )linn attained m jirolify assertion thai those who profess lo reoieseut, and I Suites. Shu wa* entitled, under the deed of cession,, cestors would last forever Look in" an,

ii i; f. rct ? Inll.c uriKmnl cti p i 1 thetncvrtri. fame submission lo wrong. On the contrary, h'. prrat L act under the autliorily of the ExecutIve, bays advised to be admitted into thu Union ta a State, fta soon asthu TO TIIEFREEMENLEONCOUNTY. through the course of* hack
that rests on the *olid fountlnlion, that, wh'le heWTc aide I and the forty year* Ihu\e
Uvny i d uu, uA eyght to be nupprci' cJ, encouraged movement which terminated had t-iitv thousand inhabitants. Tho Territorial here sp
I have
f ekcr tin- than it the cwMicaircn ? Or in th, careful lo avoid Joing wrong to other*, he w-as in forming, what they called a Gorrruuit'ut, iR-licvuig i ii had tint number, took a cenfu tine consohllotj fr> bcUere thit \

.Abolition parly lot nurn-rnuj or iMJ'icntisJ) cr prompt th snd decided in repelling wrung. 11 t rust I hat, I and a tate. General! Riley, who Conititio't >>, by v.hicli it appe.irs.-d it erxce-evlt it. Sho) then have never done one act in which I have

tarcU.et' : le itt1uv'w't contrr'tn-i-r tf-cfvio great in Nor ca/rwo: respect, we have profited by his rumple- as civil Governor called the Convention, determined formod H.Constitution and ti,'lie-el for admission.CVin .- done full justice t to ail sections and if I not

f artiejol the Ii'cttli i ii rli-ctkn f bthe find omtiiing in his history to deter us on the number and distribution .fth, rofiwd aJmnit that am
Cr S'uiI ljnienlnoi from doTeptc rels< to her, e'a the ground tioei e'Ve-r ejposrd to the imputation of
tc3r' ( r inLipndti'r be receding from the Union. shouM it fell to fulfil I appointed time and place! outs nn. UouM be tikt-n the! and a contrary
: th( %c etmg was pre>ent IJMW by L'nitdl Srate, tli.it motive
the ii uiI! }
tlifst/ovrrnnicr.t) rjrw, than itl.aelh<*n i tlioajttaticn objects for vvheh: :: tvas instituted, by being per I during the session, and give its proceeding- !his ap C'iingress lmo1 not ili-tt-rmineil! v hither time Territory O:1In: -vkic of the danger impending our cnusc: I hart been ready ((0

conmencod .' Tei all tKej.o questions: but t of mabrmly and hopelessly converted into the mean* probation and junction. If he acted without author liquid] be fi/rmvl into oio or two SUUM, M it was autJ.oiizvd Union, and our Const ilu'ionrtl Higfiit; ire in defend ny section against unconstitutional

nfl answer canbegivrn : S uiiucr ;!ie e-csJoii. SIC! rcm.rzeslqitietly laws."
tfvtrtf it true. Instead we find much in his example lo and disavowed. cite yon (o asscjiibic in the Cot'Kr HOUJE,
c.f t bem$ vve-nkrr, nil Ihe flfmenJj encourage Neither hiving been done, to her Territorial con lition. An act ws pa.shed to

in tsvor of Bjriuti<
the we're in I l.1.1, when I the tnrncafevl. tubims.ion and disunion. There existed 1 cd. This, of itself, is sufficient to u!entity the Executive that the Territory should fe-rm e>no State-. All
while nil the clement then, a* well at> nov, n union-thai belvreen the with his and measures tit co-operate with the people rIMs The hkies !
acts are
<.l! influi-ncii en the- pa to make it rcKpomriblc for oftenvan r.-aa regularly con-lucte-d, and the Territory brightening As the ovi.
VaIl '! thft South HIP weal rr. Uris'i nome-tl.ins eieciiive rent country and her hen colonies. Il wa a union them. I touch not the question whether General admitted State and
> thai 1 cs a State in due form. The irre ulaiitie generally, Kt'h those of other jence is made nclusiru that the
i< dono, I n .k! \vh.ii i had much to endear it to tie people ofthe colon Kilcy was South Will!
gnin < in .iip| a ilnticn. appointed, or received the inductions un in the case e>f Califoniu! are inrnoaRurably! greater, and Southern
i'Slor** I IK* Croat and final eiltjocl ct vv'iie'h' ilI'm the icv.volonii Under; its protecting and superititcnimg! care, der which he profeoscd lo act, from the present Executive eifTer nuch stronger reauIni for purbuing the Mine States, in defence of our phlmrriic.c. not submit lo injus'ice, there appear some in.

abnlitio'j e, 15ut, it may be* naid!, California may not sub: MANY CITIZENS.Kr. dications that it not be (breed
t In tl, tlicn, it certain through a !long combe of until they became would the may upon brr.
!i< (it.it il irtmrthiiici e years implicate preceding as well! as the present mit. Tliat is not probable ; hutifli'jnliouldiiot, tuner

ivc i i4 nit nun done hi ainM it, tin* Smith "I1 i to populous ihc'in. and Wealth) Its benefits were not limited I Administration If not, the responsibility refals exclusively sherefu'se;', it will then bo time f-.r u-s to decide what : At last, with the Nashville Convention dirrcllj!

lij lnr'"*' be dew1.ll.vin"i Calhoun. facing her, the North has begun
Iiulof.t, a cvfni* are WMinc ittvill duction. gave birth to a flourishingcommerce vvhi h It iu manifest to calculatethe
now : 'ut u- : ( from this
statement, till the Execu- v Blr what
ro '
> vvn cannot save the Union, I Iru'.Im I I To the exclusion of almost
quito) the Sonlli tn w Hlol lo liss ]v# the 1'iiieui..Ai 4 richly rt-wardi'J the Ibrcnt country for the IrouhleanJexpenscol"ehtalii live Department has undertaken to perform acts preparatory -- to the qite>ton! wi'i! which (e-ouinie-nced : JIo-.v everything else, value ofthe Unio.i. She is becoming con.

ilstioii vvi'l 1 ol i iNflf cStet: il>, of t vtiiirli! i ii past I \Vj h! : .hig: anal protecting them.-. lei ih nie ting cf f the individuals to form 0, calm ()InI'aion be( savi-d ? There i is b'U one way t by ue give our renders .Mr. Calhoun's Speech- vinced that it is not for naught that tho
}ii t their
a next? to sn.callc.l! l ,
proofed grew un
up and Gjverninent which I vvhVh it with;
e.-in and !
that is
der r.ny certainty, by a full!I
peihapsthelastgre.it of his
to slie that union. ofil-rmg intellect virtuous
>ev. Ho ncquire'd hid early' distinction and most
t appertain exclusively to ami patriotic citizeci
Congress Indeed f'u.jilettlcmcnf the
are on cf
prine'iple ju-tice of all] ,
It it a sreaf nisfalce to suppo; IIi eli 'inJon ran' {liii its service, aid there is reuson: to believej ) identical in and pattioltsm. It will be lhat he
every L many respects, with! the vision tae! i ic.ie seen
befrftVrteilbv! that Le I adopted ijiii.-tions: at i : bttwe-eii tinIAM t, < ti; 'iH. The propxes everjwheie throughout iho South! are
sigLe blow
a TlifCMi'$ ; was
which InituH j devotedly attached it. Uut hs devo-
to by Congress, when il !
gives to Territorv i- > .uti n'4k.4 for ;
periiii.-Aiun a j jusfiue. himpc! lefs! sin
jtntxv! for the
ihe lion nun nothing lhat the
States Southbeing
in ; reason business
logrthcr was ting
one ci>: Uiiioii a rational He attached and !
ntw>n arc far j oiie. w-js not as an let form a ('institution and Goxerniiieiit, in or uu Lt not tn taki". She IIH< no cx> >nifco t eiill-r. pleasure logo hundreds if
too ninne-roiiii aiiel powerfulf'oi I hat. Divnni'in iniKt I end, but as a means to end. \Vlirn ii failed fLit der to be iln.itled nipre ) the weaker section
lo establish
lii :: as a St.-te, into the Unii-ii. but the (Jem-'titiuion ; and no conce-scioii' or Mirre-nder I can noth miles tei meet in common council. And
flJ! xQ !! aJ9!? 1ri I. j is ci.d. nnd in.-teail of au rJii: protection, Wets Having now hho'.Mi tint the a S'iintion' which to n.akeShe Inns fcurrundereul IIo vejImay
upon already mu-jli tli.'itof ing. truces however
'%ntl the \vhole I t'dhiic talU 'he ili l sn its with a pencil of, she. For if that succeeds
:i.uiu-r. .Alioadv% I tl I.e not hesitate to draw his sword and head the tLroili ftis Such settleimic. body as was

agitation of the saVey tjiirstion h a remark action
isth. most important and ha r.'aiIy I weakened all](I severed, ai.d the independence of these States estab in order Jy siti!>iyi.'ihe'l..*<<>iiWfie'"eouf2"re'inaiii } 4: UI I mi nine i
? show
to that ouij
what has JMIIJ Uic
been done is i Having iuvtur, ie>
theoiheri, a< I *!ull proceed t< show. lished. This was the and honorably and *afeiy) in the Union, and thereby | upon \vMch all bm Southern milord can and
great crowning ol to the
glory contrary furnish
of the the
The cord' that fund the Stales Inf. Uirr me not on I. his life, which has spread his fame over the whole from its practice the Government, rc.it ire the harmony and fraternal! feelings bctxvce tic! ; remedy. The striking camlness; shall! unite, the South will her
commcneemei.l .
to ,. protect
prcsei.t time. Il f..J ., :... ..
.1. proper
ly ttflV, hut vsrimu in character., St.inp are spirittal globe and will transmit it to the latest popteiity. rrini ;, ..n.wt ,,nt,I I ii ;..... : of his tone is MR r I..IDS lit; thr hrtipr nvMf! >nnof the
) or tH"rp,i.i liral : snine toil'liral' ; ollifts social.I .Nor run the nl.in riroriONed bv the distinruishetl Jgan admitted tion. Xotldnv cNe! can, with any certainty, finally and lie fv, or South will quit this Union. The
was the ?
practice was uniform. Territorial fortve seriousness and
r, se-tilo the Intensify of his
->4jtv fi'i'iiiciiii" n\r tf i* ii *iiiviivi** *i- iiv>Bf oenatorfrom Kentucky, nor that of the .\drn2nistradon Goerniueiits: were first quc-stioii atifcue, tenisiintoagitition, feeling Aorlh is beginnigto see Ihe felly other
end. others organized by Con- and sue the Union.1'tit course.
to the That
le-elmg duty nd tioii. itavclhe Calhoun has the
< I shall
pa s by, without remark, tresa. The Government of the United utmost anxiety for A few
1 he States can tliw be done meetings in that section chow
tron "st ol those ol a ispiiitual and eccleiiisticnl the ap- ? Yes a
pUn the easily : not by the reac
proposed by Senator, and direct ; the Governors
proceed pointed and
natuie, Cni.1ild in the units eit the great relig ly lo the consideration ol that of tho Administration. |and other officers and, Judges the Secretaries, Marshals, weaker party, for it can of it.cdfmlo hi'.ituflg-iit! even a just permanent settlement of the controversy lion in ifs sentiments. The change
inhab.tants at human
ion: denmi! ) flat iuu), all I I which) originally embraced I howeverassurc of the Territory l protect itself but by the stronger. The Xoith hm t no one willing
ihruhnli* Union. All these donominations, \\ jIb that in the distinguished and able Senator were rc}>rci=ente-l by legislative bodies, who .e acts only to will it to aceompll.-.h it-to tI.. ; tojuigehlin_ fairly will not be slow to exhibit itself her
taking this course, no dis-rcspect whatever were subject to the revisions of by conce can question. That he among
the is is well
evifptinii. peihap*. of the Catholic, Congress. This ding to the South an nigh hopeless
equal in Representatives
were organizini intended him right the !
to or his plan. I hav e adopted it because slate of things continued until the acquired ttrritoiy at Washington. Of these
veij ui'Kfi uj on the principle of gmernmcnt of a nnd todo her o such ,
cur political duty by causing the ; a settlement is
so in Senators of Hipulations! probable. That
any el.hlinguii-hcd abilities, who} Territory ( he we dfjubt
in.ttititioiu i % : b>-<;inniii!> with Rtnaller rrTtin s, cnr- were applied lo Congress to permit its inhabi relative to fugitive slaves to b not there are many, who, if
when f Cu'thfully fultilleil they
present he ee! liv creel his rpeech and ants to form Constitution -to demands has been
explained a and ,
-fponding with the political ditisions Government, cease the of charged, as a sine dared
of the country his and who preparatory agitation the slave question and to Me qua would do what is
plan, right.
weic fully to elo admission prov Danger
their capable jut-tice lo to into the Union. to the
orsanizatioii The for the
in insertion
one rat centr the side preliminary a proAi-ion in the Constitution non, an amendment of the Constitution
they tuppoit, have replied to him. act to bv he Union and
l assem'iUfte, coiresponding eiv mnrh with the The giving perrmMon was, ascertain whether an amendment, which will rcst.r' in sutanee the consequent danger to the pecunu-
character CnnjcafH At t these : the plan of the Admmiiiir.ition cannot save the the inhabitants were sufficiently numerous to author he himself expressly! denied on the day after the
meeting* ptincipal Union power iK.serM-d of pre fce-tin he-rs. If before ry of ihe North furnish
because the
it ,
have the
i ize
can effect them
no whatever, to be. formed into
clergjmen and to- .State. excuse
lay rnen.'jcrs, ol the ie pective a TLis was done equilibrium between the sections delivery l of the Speech. But
!. ele that
war- satisfying& the States was 'troyeil bj the for
iiiomiiiation$ froiii all parts: <>fthe I Union Met, to tomposing the Southern by taking a census. 'l'bathtinigduneand the iiura- action of this Governme The permanent concesscn. For what is dermnded?_
mrn.ni business i relatingto?I their section ofthe Ui.ion, thai they C40, eonsitcntlv with her prosing sufficient, pcrmisvon iu n will be no eliflieulty quiet and senseof security can be
; i-ommon conreins was granted. The de\tMn Mich, a pr.>vl..5on. One given to the j Not that the North shall mak
It wa" not routined to what nppeitained to the doc. safety anel honor remain in the Union II i i.
tiine-ii and disciplineof$! the rrspe-ctixedenoininatic.ns, i but a modification of the Wilmot proviso. It}t propoj and place of holding the convention the qualification and at the- same time-, will impn.w an arrangement as shall : fice. Nor that she shull! ield thing
; tlw wljicli
I Mrnigthcn ( any
li'it rvtende-d to plain for disseminating thf Kiblo, j; to f fleet the same object-to exclude the South of the voters ; rsta! hncnl of iu boon Lnies, 1 and w ;ikrniii: it. ''veriimtt: lit, iu-te-a-1 of irupiirin l keep< up the old equilibrium between the two f will make her the Uut
from all
wrndin u ont miionari.s. distributing trarU, &nd ;i trnitorv acquire by the Mexican Treaty. It: and other measures to be settled 15ut sections poorer. to give up that
estabSi necessary ions v\ill the Xe.rtli -an
pro do. equilibrium which
is well known that agree to tin* ? It is for her will be destroyed which
the South *
bingprej tot the pnt.si.atiin! of tract!, new is united against the to admission. The yet giving pcrmiss-on necessari t I) n-vtt-r this rpjttion. JJiit I I ; tcllhhehl. not enriching her, makes

1)aI) resolutions
ulkrnalion1 and fi lh > t to resist, should it be Its leaves the inh.ibkants which she I our at stake, wo
r < npj ort iI l th* eloccieedol adopted. opposition of tlie incijiiont State as free profeiscs to haw, i>r without does not believe-nor do I *
trin LIld I he detiotnjnal ioi. All (hese cni: if not lo the name, hut to that which it proposes I to form their Constitution and Government as were the charge that her love justly o\| Mii! her lf to we. j j can afionl lo lUk Jisunion and its ills, in maintaining
ttinrd.; cmitri'iiited greatly to strengthen I ) thebotielse't l \I to ejjtrt. That the Southern States Lo4! l to be un- the original States of the Union ft r they had declared U far rivuUr than h r ire'fis.wc.r|(tine tiii and raadi'/e-ment But we leave the Speech to speak for itself. our poniiion however
the Union. The li ic.. i constitutional), unjjst inconsistent their > >n. At all events much \ve dislike
strong which lieMe-ich fiulion I toiiftlier f.itme-d a stioiiir i coid$ t to hold the I as members of the common Union, and calculate 4! to jnts of the Territory became for the first time a people North, and not the S having iilh. the I'liion rests fii the was uttered by 1'. Wiilj noihing at stake, she can ufF'rd to
whole Union together; but, aspowcilul t I destroy irrelrieviblyllic equilibrium between the in legal and cannot nve it one entirely exempt from the spirit cia
a lhej wet.s', two constitutional lhat
language. Prior to by any act of hors, nnd the North partsan give up : Hofhing, rather than! ri k the J hiss
they have not been aide pctioiiK. These it save* it without '
to resist the e plo i c eflectof I objectionequally aj ply to what for this they were by the old] acts of Congress, called any Mi-rifi'-e vvhati-ve-r I it may be read not in a
I the slavery! ajtaI inn. brevity I will call the Executive 1'rovifO. There is inhabitants, and not people. All this is perfectly! form her duties under. ,the unless to mlojisti.e. ani.l to per partisan spirir. of that Union uitli! its (to her) manifold ad.

The tint of these cords which j no difTe-retiCc between it and the consistent Constitution, fhouM be re
snapped under its Wilmot, except in with the sovereignty of the Tinted States, garded by her vantages.
sis a Micritice
r14o4it f foree, was tint e>f I the poxxeiful .'.let hotj-I l I I i the nuxle of t fleeting the olijcet, and in that respect With the powers of Congress, and with the right of It is time Senators Public Meeting in Madison.
a that
n])i \\liiclil.eldit together are ;tll broke and its i able. It tors lo its as to what inteiidol proceedings of a emj
cnitxgone. object Michigan the
openly boldly and dn I was first ease in which there tc, lie lone.
j If Southern
was the
They now form I ft any question is not now settled it large l enthusiastic maiujti at this time it would he
sepaiatc chuirhes; aid. infteadoftlut tmctly. claims far Congress unlimited power over j! departure from the uniform rule of acting ller'c ( rtain tvlmetlmr it is tin- and entirely unanimous ,
eeI jog ot attachment t I ait, d4oI ion totlie t I the Tcrntorieit, and I was ever can here-afti be ; and we, a" be firm : nn relaxation
ittttMeit proposes to accrt it aver the a very slight departure from established usage tie Ilej're-se-ntative* of the j meeting of the citizens Madison in favor ofJ of your determinatIonoryourorgammiziti.'nanI
of the whole Church which Tern'ories States of t hit (Union ,
loiinrrlv from The:
was I. acquired Mrxieo. ordiiia'iu.H* of "S7oured; rejrarded -
by a positiTc tolu-rthe
| right of becoming (!
let?. they are now airaxcd into hibit ion pro I overnnie-nt.st bliould come to n distinct J the Souihern Convention. nill save
two hostile )) he.lengag.t slavery. Not so ihe Executive Proriso u State, when the j-liouM have (ji,0K) )( > inhabi 1 as to underbtandin We have no room : you your

comninn% in litigation. about what \\s>* fonneil) their II tikes an indirect course, and in order to elude the tants. Owing to sonic zng1et Congrosn 4tlziye.l tnking t.'iin whctli'-r tine our respective!views ia e rder t-> aeert| t this week for the proceedings. Ii adopted the rights, ave the G'onsliluliwi, and save the Vnhn. -
properly.The Wilmot great quettion nt k
Proviso and the ;iieean; IKsettkd! i
thereby avoid In the
next tni t1 that snapped waj that of the flap united and determined rc.Mtancc ofthe encountering South, u denies the- ,ccnsus.until it ck arly txew-de.1 riu-niitime hut than|pulaion! itiereaMil or not. If you, who npre-Miit thMnmjer portion. J Report and Resolutions of the Gad>den meeting < : Stand lorih a* one man in behalf nf.
nurc t'vi.et1ie csuiot
1jq.one. ol f the larcebt and most lespertuhle c it l (lt he by implication the number which agree to settle hum on the h.-md'; 'prlne>: '''e ot' i with the this Nashville! Convention and all 1
denomiuatioiia. authority Congress to legNlatc entitled her t to ii>hiiin>;on. Aithi" juj-tie-e and j I following addition(! thereto : will be well :
That ol the p"gfj : duty, so Mid let
Pre say ; the
r.tcrian State
is i
> not enliifly t for the Territories, and claims furmed ** we both
the right be a 'itutlfiii ) otherwise
snapped, but some of its stiand, have gnenawav. longing exclusively to the inhabitants as :iuu Uovcniment vithout the repreKiit agree to Mjirate and pirt in pe-a ofthe Territofruu celisus being Uken tL.- you

', Iv 'II. U Thai of th* Enucooal Church is the nriU, I Hitttn pff
remtin i unbroken;lfdl and t lUIVXIdlli entire. ui-irjmiiidiiuut w mi. u ''i il takes care, in the meantime of letting in 'migrant* IlI Ire iiiiiu u bumcjeni rubber in eiioiieii her to atlinmis- > tion to submission or rcsNtance. If remain- j i in Congress, on this exutirijquesti..n, and of' Suuth, are the diwnionis/s, not willingly! but

The strongest cord ofa political character j I freely, from the Northern States and all other quar- Ni )I1. She was not admittt-d at the Crct, se.i.n hc npplied |I yeKi' will! coinf[ e-! us tn infer what j-ou silent. the course recommended by them to be efi
intend. In pur-i 'cinally. Mark them
conflLv leIUI rs, from the South you thai that
except which it lakes divisions
iiIqi. ,, owing to cause
some d
IUHIIouj fronp eire tknt hnrr held to- special. difficulty refi ftiiijr the WinlaK se Califoi nt'i will] become the tttt tion. sue in their joint letter lo Gov. Brown and

gther the two great parlies which) have, with omc I I r-irf having to r1 exclude' ,- bv- holding em- lo4tc'n.thct.t.aner| of i[Lry iKjlween her and .(Jhiu. Tlie preat ifregulai ity, as admit her, under all the difficulties that qne opposehcrad& If j-ou- that t we accord to them the pa! idil of ,liedens /II/ !! am0ng yon.

modifications existed from th* bejjinninjr of the Oovrnimpnl. 1 the Mexican laws toiler admif.uion, took pUee at the next session, but on im 1M.I, jou coiujjeiiiM !<> iiiier that fhte-nu good I IThe
to e'X andfuL'hful
you tenant .
They both extended to every portjon iiecessary consequence i is to exclude the South j A |IM.int which) eaa have no jx.ssblo connectiim with J ude us froni time w1m'le of the OCR
the Union and strongly contribute, v. ?ti"4? from the Territory, jus>l as effectually an would the ea-io of California. thew ith the intention of dcstroyiimg aeqiniremi! following gentlemen, consisting equally || pledged the
irretrievaalv. the
part toother. hut this fl''d a 9 Wilmot Prov io. The only difference) in this Ii briummi cqui State, R* lar as their unanimous could
Tlie irre Iwtween vote
in '
respectthat all oth two of
curd ,ba fart.d r CUSC* that Live binee seetinins. .Ve w'.izl.l Is blind Whigs and Democrats '
better than the !. yct.uI n. i is, whit are delegates to the
spiritual one lo effect
!. f"ra proposes elircctly open occurred are of a Mtnilar nature. In oil there exii not to perceive in that ease, that real i pledge her, to mike
th explosive ter dencT o5 l lonir time I ly, the other to effect >t- your objects arc District Convention Le common: cause with theSouth
and held
proposes indirectly covertly. c-d Territorial (Joverr.nicnts power and ajgrandibtment and to in Tallahas-
IbO atalion, but hafn fst iUi iied by Congn infatuated not to act ;
aIy under But the Executive Proviso in of such
saappe.1 is of
more objectionable with t-fficei-s ointed the acewdinply.< support measures dcfenco
force-ti ap| by United Stites. In see :
'u not all
cords great which measure ifthi. ,.or '.* there one of.t..c cnt.rely.. in aremaining than ticular.the Wilmot The latter, in, to another effect snd its more important par tli Territorial Government took the lead in calling Conventions -, I have now, Senators, don my duty, in eaprcs.4ng Gen. JOHN S. BROOME as (he South should, in a Southern Convciu

not been object inflicts adan- and fixing the my opinions fully, freely, and ,
uave greatly weakened. To I preliminaries to candidly, on this solemn
preparatory lion determine
a .. e -*'..<: the Union has already been destroyed by j gcrous.Southern, wound States upon the Constitutionby depriving the the formation of a Constitution nnd admission into time oe-casion. In doing soy J hive been gweme-d, bv the Hon. W'. P. M03ELEY, upon. Well!!, a Southern Convention

in the it | as joint partners and owners of the I. iIIJfl. They all recognized the motives which have governed in nil is to assemble for the
only way ran be. bv snapping .uut- j Trri of novereignty of the U. me stage of D. II. purpose of consulting
./r and j Hones, thtir rights in them ; but it inflicts no States mid the the agitation of the MAYS,
weakening the corJ* wl.ich bind it to eihcr I wound than it authority of Congress over the Territories Slavery erne-lion, since its commenceinent. and

. If the agilali1)!! goes on, the tame fori-c arling j greater it s The former abrolutely! necessary to cflec- ; and wherever there was any departure from cs- I Live ex rte-d mv>e-If, during the whole LUCIUS CHURCH, dflefmlning vpon these measures.
vItj increnu'd niten ity. a* has ben fchowui'l finfll{ )' the on the contrary while it in..ct. triWihh'-d image, it was done on the presumed consent: period, lo arrest it, with the intention of saving the '. JOHN C. Our Legislators say when these measure are

ally %nap every cord, when iif.tli.ng will be left lo hold : .d if; eanc: vvotui'l, inflicts ethers equally great Iso Congress, and not in defiance of its authority, or the Union, if it could l be done ; and if it could not, to save McGEHEE, determined will
the t>U ea together except force-. But nuc'y, thai j j ai .possible, greater, as I ihall licit proceed lo vereignty of f the United States over the Territories the section where it has pleased Providence1 toi-a-t my C. S. C A RUTH, Esq. upon we join the Southern!

can, 'Anli no proj rjety of language, he called a Union | explain.In; In i this respect California frtands alone, without usage, lot, and which, I sineerely believe, has justice and the Stale. heart and saul, vilh a united f rent, in

when the only means, by which the weekcr i* held' I claiming the right for the inhabitant, iu'can its side. having faithfully] elono my: From sustaining those And

connected with the stronger ;poition i in force. It may | Congress, to legislate] for the Territories, in the Ex-I It belongs now, Senators, fur to decide what duty, to the Ist of my ability, both to the U'ni.ni and "Washington. measures. jet, though

Indeed, keep them conurrtcJ ; but the connection I 1 ; exce-ume Proviso, it ass-uuus that the fove'ie-ignty eif'p 1 .mrt you will aet in reference to yon this unpret-ede- I Iimaction. I my ce-ction, throughout this agitation. I shall have the; The most encouraging sign 'from Washing. we are willing thin lo jiu with our Southern

will pattnkc much more of ific character suliji.ga-' i the Territories in vcr-ted in the Conner, or lo expri s i ti The ]'xeeuti\e. has laid the iim.htti.ii. let what will connie thai I am free from all n is .Mr. Webster's brethren in carrying out the
j ( | :;ip<.r jmqM.rtingtj of purposes
the upon
tion it in used in r( speech March 7th.
Oil the pill of ihe weaker to the ktronger, than 1 language a resolution offered by one! i b- the C'in titutii, CnlifortiMbeforeyoti and
the union of free, independent and ..overcigii States,1 i .ofthe Senators from Texas (fJen. IIou toti, i.owjb. ( nr lv. jou to admit I her into tlie Union as a State and o say that it is able, is not enough. Mr.Webster's uhich they nny determine, yet, it is said, we

in one IVdcral I.'iiion *s they stood in the j 'c'nit,) they have "the} t-ame inhern.t rit&t of self the jUition is wiil ; I. Tha should lake in the
early >>tagrs : j ott oT will jou iot cdmit ln-r.- Russiaa Conspiracy.Tne speeches are able. no part cons-illations of the
i always It evin-
the "
ofthe G'vernrnnt. and which only is worthy of government ;is people of the States. The aj *-. \ \It\ IN a gnne the nacre-el lumc of Un on. j| sumption utterly uiifoti ndcd, uncons:itutonal. with-1 I, r epoin.ibiIitv.tin.hm \ luuth i iepts ii[>on jou a heai y St. !P.'ter-Iiirg; Jiiiirn-il of the uit ih Jan.inry ces high moral courage and commendable na- council, whose measures, irhrn determined
I try wiil de'pind
Having rww. Senators, explained what it i ii that j the out Government example, and contrary to the entire piactice of jour decision.j tepom I in.'iitniiS Ihe I discnvrrv n 1 a con jiirarv I lii'iliom.i j It is i true, M r. Webster is : i|I upon, e will so unhesiiathigly carry out.
l j from immovably f
eiidangers the Union and commencement hc l b '
traced ii to its and to pie If v a n'linilifr ftf ><* < <
cue. admit i i' i>
cijiLinod its nature and character, lh) <> lioii j j sent lime, as I bhall proceed to show. I j you her, you ( im.lmr..e and give jour m'311( | incliirlin"; siMi'ral: ollifii ed in his opposition' lo the extension of slavery. I( Was there ever anything so preposterous as
qur again tioii to all that has bet n doiio. Are : (NTS, III (JtlTllllOW, llll* (illVCniM Tllfi -
re-curs : Hjwcau t.e: Union be cavedf! To Tho recent movement of inJivirJuals v"U prejuredi t ) 'llt. i the position of those who
this I answer in doi-of I 1 Are ; Nor doi-s he like GC-H. ( approved the Reso.
there is but to form Constitution you prepared to ntrr> nlr jour power of r iiig'.ezuvr t%venity.onc i in:: iiiinilicrvrre triei!( ass, condemn'I
one way by which it can be.( and I and a Stale Uove-rnmcnt, and 1 1 I.< gisIimti.'n for the 1 lutiotH
Territories of
that ivby adopting huch measures at wilt Fatn.fy Ito to appoint Senators and Representative*, is the flrt-t \ f-d in Conareivs bj- tIme Con..titutiori; a jKiiver exj ri >ly vest- p by ciiiiil-in-trtial s : ti iiu! u-e-rp iinuitl tsiltv nf mi': I 'the Wim! Piuviioas uicoi: >tiitu'ionat.: But: otir last Legislature, yet oppose tin

blatci longing lo the Southern section that fruit of this moiMrous aj-K'imption.: If I the individie'u.il as has I lecn; ftiHy allcmpl lo ovrrlhnnv tho (iuvi-niment he rrflisi-a i' senfling! of Delegates to the Southern Con-
they) i : ) (- ? (:'an )J'ou, (oijci.tt ntlv with oath to It) sum- lo vole for itbelieving i it: useless t lo i
rau rrnuiu your apply -
in the Union coim.Ktently with their honor *. who made this movement had into Cab 1 vi'rt U'liijioii i ami I
aiioli .
lo li
gone Mipjiort tin* Coiiftitutioii, piirreinUr lime ? Aro :all r\i-tii iii1!ilu. it (MI tion ?
and their *afety. There i is. forma as adventurers, and if i' [ 'iwir lo our newly acquired territory, remarkin
again, such
only one as tl.ey h.ul -
I andpre
way \ con jou pn | ;inl l tcp admit that the iidutKtniits oftimo'T. iri- ions ; fifnlenccd to In* slid. 1
by hLclLth.st can b.i elTicieJ, and that is by remov'j I 'j the Territory and established their ini'cenuence !' [ t orms jrffrv s the t.ii.reiimtv houvvcr Thr :,: I bat whenever I there is a practical If ihcse objectors Lad Implicit confilenco]
in; the cause by which this belief has been jjroducrd. -, the sovereignly of the vve uhh l have over the-n, cnd that any Emperor, (-(.c-onunutei! lic! punishwe | good L i
country >
D<) that, and elihcontent will cease, harmony and[I been vested in them, as anrpdratc and independent 1 11community. tlii-v pU-i IIIMV e ; iiia-foruiaOe orlifs.. m.iy claim an v extent of territory I will ha i.hiv .say in nis'rrs'r! thr j to be eloup, whenever there is an inch of hnd(j I irto the wUJom ofthe men who are to assemble
>n.--titutiiiiiid ( .
.kind feeling between the sections be restored, and In that cane, they would have bad the L I s'n.f erect it into a State, without .T-kinc jove-rmmnt I priscinel S lmv hi-cn depri ted of the'ir civil i I be' kta\ed back fioin becoming u slave let at' Naslnille, and whose measures we are, according -

very apprehension of danger to the Union bereniivrd. right lo form a Constitution and to eatablUh a government cion ? Arc )(.I1 pre-jkircd to turnnd thf voile vere'i|p&iinh I- iighis i henlenced to hard! lalior in ihc niiii"s ri I am to the last
Tie question then, is by what can lila be done i for thcm&elvcs, and if, afterwards, the j. of the I'liilcd State jntv to vvoik tory ready lo inseit the principle) oftheciclu gislattne, to sustain, their
y newer wlistevrr at I Ilit* forlilcition,
But, before I undertake to answer this epcution, i I thoughl proper lo apply lo Congress fur aJuusbioii. I hereafter ai-quireil to the fin.t adventure territory who may be p : t, or lo ruler llicnrmy i) >n slavery. I urn pledged lo lhal course might be intelligible.! They might
i into !* atcr a rortaiu
propose to show by what the Union cannot be saved.I the Union si a sovereign and independent State may trrin of uiiiriaotimtteuit.--

Il cannot then be tavcd by ciiteigtes on the Union i, all this would have been regular, and according to, j t rufch t) the into Executive it ? Are] )you i prt-pared toj.-urre-B.Kr virtually The head oil lie conspiracy was a very jonnp from 1537-pledged to it again and again.- say, we take it fur granted that you will d..

however' ,fplcndid or numerous. The of Union established principles. But such is the jirtmeiit, el! the* j IHAVCXS which Nicholas and I Iwill those right, and
Union the cry the Untied not cas-e. It I j ;you h.iv he n tofiTi* exercin l over the Te rriiorK ?- nan, Kascliine, whit h iVscrilxvl! as I perform pledges oHe are willing to trust you, without
was Slates
glorious Union! who
disunion than the cry of" Health can,no health more-glorious prevent finally acquired it by treaty.conquered The j California>overci iilv, and, of ]it.not oaths, how can you cons,-iitly with your duty and fing an honorary councilor. Kasclikino's 4 is rcaly! to carry out tine pm visions of any advice from, or consultation with us, to

health !I1' on the of ihe course, is veiled in j ;)our to Mij.jiort) the ConMitutiem, give your asnumber (allier, it apears| is an oxilo in Silieria and the Constitution
part physician, can cave a pa them and not in the individuals !| i sent to the admisskin of California for the delivery of fugitiveslaves. say what we are to do. But this is fir from
tient lying who have a.s a State, uid'-r ai'reWimde1 time I'mperor thaI tins
dangerously ill. So long as the Ui.ion attempted to form a Conslitulion and a MJpposing circu.u!tance
instead of being regarded as a protector, irni regarded i State, without their consent. All ihis is clear, be- can you believe Conj--tituti"n that the and < Jove-rnme-i.t ? A aiii : hurl occasioned iho son's rebellion, had him More than this, he will abide Ly and ing the case. They aw distrustful of tae

in the opposite character, by not much less than a yond controversy, f-xccpt it can be thovtn that the y they liavc lopte-el, han the proje-e-t l.-art ofa Ci.nstitution % 1mt-h brought before him. lie was received with enforce the provisions ofthe act admitting character ofthe Representatives to be assembled -
majority uf the States it will be have since lo.-t. or been divested of validity Can you' '
to conciliate: them in lo attempt sovereignty. believe that there w buli a Suite in reality as the State I unlooked-for kinJiiess and affability, and the: Texas, by which she is permitetJ tube divided at Nashville-are fearful that they will
by Nor is it
eulogies on it. clear, that the of of California ? Xo
Decides, thin cry of Union comes commonly! from over the acquired territory is vested power in Congress legislating, and' Iepil or OtshI.f4utknal; thu exiktonces.e? is no such It) Sute.]Ius It has ,10to taken folIo'wiiig molo-diamalic! aCetic is said to have i into five Slates, all of them in process of time do something wrong-yet they decline sending

thoc whom from we cannot bclie-te lobe sincere. It usully not, as assumed, in the inhabitants ofthe Territories. and can have none, without jour wiaction.|jo validity llovv, place : to come into the Union, Mr. Webster i i men of discretion from our midst who
come- our assailants. reserves
Uut we cannot be L>- None can deny that the Government of the United then can admit it You arc M.
you an a State Kaschinc
liere them to be fincerc far, if loved Stales when aee-urJinjr young and you the expression of his views in c aid in preventing that
would ; they the Union, have the power lo acquire Territories, either the provicion of the Constitution, j our is limite-d. have another Mill better regard ta I i tr.ay wrong from being

lion.they It nude necessarily the Union be, and devoted to the Coimtitu-, by war or treaty ; but if the power to acquire exists. to JiJniitting new Slate To be udmittc-d power, it must ben magnanimous Emperor. "txctie Under, tho said the the application of California. Mr. Calhounmade done-though they have said that we will
to destroy the Constitution 1. il belongs Congre.stoearry it into execution. On) Sfcito, an existing Suite inde mask
would be to destroy the Union. this pe-nde-nt of your san c- of politics have \vUhed a rejoinder: to Mr. Webster's heartily unite with others in
But the only point there can be no doubt, for the Constitution t14)Ii, before ye>u win admit it When you I suspect, to sat.t speech, I in carrying out

reliab'e and is certain evidence devotion to the Constitution cxprefc&Iy provides, that Congress shall have pow cr K-riniw-ion lo the inhabitants of a Territory you Rive to form jour isfy a desire of vengeance for the condemna. the course of which he remarked ; Let these t measures whatever be their nature.
to abstain, on the one hand, from viola to make all law which shall be jot me
Gmslilution of
ting it, and lo repel, on the other, all attempts to vio lo carry into execution the foregoing necessary and proper thc-y form derive timid a the-ir State, the Ceai-titution and State ( ) your father, which you regard as iniquitous. 1- say that I took great pleasue in listening i to But why show the absurdity of such coniluct -
late it. It is only by faithfully performing these those tested in other authority from the people, and power which keeps him in S i. il'e
duties that the Constitution be high ( CongrcbS,) and all powersvested not from you. The State be-fore admitted ia actually beria cannot Lo considered t Honorable Senator from Massachusetts.His ? Why refer to the pledge which our
can preserved and by this Con.stitution in tie legitimate in the
Gorerwnent of ihc l u State, and dtxti not bee-ome i
HI th adin h
with it the Union. United State in by act of eyes ofa good and position was manly and statesmanlike and Legislature has given to our sister that
or any dejmrtmtiit or office thereof. I *ion, as would IHJ the caw with California fchould son ; lean comprehend states

Union hut how klands the profession of el* otion to the: ." It matters not, then, where the power is vested admit her e-emtrary U) ceiiihlitutional provGloria, and you.5. the imprudent passion which has placed calculated to produce a better state of feeling we will go with them? Laws as unalterable!

by our aMailants, when brought to the teN t'! i for, if vested al all in the Governmenl of the I U. t-ilJibheJ) heretofore. in hands. I you
Have they abstained from violating the Conetitution ? States,or any of its departments, orofliccrs, the usage my shall not, therefore, abuse between the different portions ofthe Union.,tj as those of the universe-circumstances which

Let the ni.ny acts passed by the Northern States to carrying it into execution is clearly vested power in Tlie rout Se-nators on time other tide ofthe Chamber must the terrible right which I have over you, and We copy another paragraph of Mr. Calhoun's no ingenuity of man can modify control!
set aside and annal the clause of the pe me to make a few remarks, in this cojine-e-tion if your rrpcnlaiicc or or
: CongeaI. 13nt thin suggests to 1a
important while ,
provision avow
it you
providing for the delivering up of fugitive slaves, anwer. gives lo Congress the power of legislating, over the few I particularly Senators plicable;. to them, with the exception ofa( ala which may render legitimate an any absolute l as U serves explain his position on thwart or change- rind (acts as firmly fixed as

I cite this, not lint it is the only iiulance, Territories, imposes important rei>triction on its ex Chamber. When from the the South, fitting on that side of the pardon-if you make known the details out: point upon which be Las boen much zn s- the t foundations; of the eternal hills Join us for
(for there Oregon
are many o-.hcrs,) but because the viola ercise., by reslnciiiig Congress laws question was before t this
tion, ia Ibis, particular, ofthe Conbtitution is too notorious < and proper for the lopaMing into necessary Uxly, not two years since, you took (if I mistake not conspiracy, the names of your accomplices, understood : weal or woe,-link u* for better and for

and palpable to be denied. Again : have they tion. The prohibition carrying extends, not power only to all exec laws- absolute universally the of ground, that Congress had the suits a net all may ) et be forgotten. Your future ca.rcer '* 1 heard the gentleman also say he would worse, in a common cause to the neighboring

stood forth faithfully to repel violations of the ;. not suitable power le-nihlaling for the Territories. ito w, shall not be ,
Con or appropriate to the object ofthe stopped ; you shall be ned ot vole for the Wilmot Proviso
power then resIn -that he I believed
can ufter the States
*titution t Jet their you now, bhejrt interval which 1 ; make their their
course in reference tu the but &lo io all that are unjust Las to liberty. &c. destiny our destiny,
agi unequal, or unfair Sire
; elapsed abandon the interrupted l that Nature had
t.ationotttt ground wbjcjb) already excluded slavery
slavery question, which was for all l I such laws would be you took,and there M. fortunes
and Kaschkine fortunes their
unnecessary improper, by virtuallv admit that the not hopes our hopes,
e.i and nf IfmslHtirxr the
carried on for fifteen cars avoweeilv for the tA iIrmnrp ttnenntiti.tinniI nower in .tf>.i/ any further, from new Territories. Now, as far
of being in OongreM is the and, above all things abandon and their doom tale.
in uuuibitanU
KW.| VW vi i wv LCtrC11 ,
wnjrct am
all allow to be unconbtatutional--anawer.t.IJr 'Havicig row established, beyond controversy, that ? How can you juftifyond sanction by No thought of vengeance has disposedlo __ _ _
Let your
them rhow the sovereignty over the Territories U Vested in the voice the acta of the Executive inspired mo with t leave (he question to Nature herself. That
a sinIe icsiance which 'are in dorcc idea of
during this long period, puting an end to OzrTbe Charleston Courier ofthe 8th inst.
ia which they hare denounced lUc United .Stales-that in, in the several States compos derogation to what you then contended for T But to In your domination. is what I always insisted upon. Let that portion -

attempts to cjTert what is aduiitle-d agitatOM to be neons'i or their ing the Union-and that the power of legislating aj>pre ach still nearer to the pret ent tinre, how can you, our family (hit condemnation of my father l of our country which hag more naturally says :
u j is
<>nil, or single measure Lich they have uli over them is vxpressly vested in Congress, it follows, after condemning, little more than a year since, I the regarded as a title of honor. Personally,1 a non-slavcholding population be "The rumored death ofthe gallant Col.
drought thai the individual in California who lure undertaken grounds taken the which do not think I occupied a:ndus
forward for by
the facts before that purpose. How cm we, with all to form a Constitution and a State, and to exer- last flection, wheel 1 round party and you defeated at the 1 honor of can any thing to add to the governed bylhemand the other portions by May, at San Francls'co, is unfounded. Tho
*< us, believe that support by vu tea.sjr our name if it
their profession ,derotioa to the they Union are, .avoid iucere be in cite the power of legislating without the consent of the grounds which, as explained recently on your this 11.. ting lo the annihilation were not by cont rib U. destroying (he artificial line; although that is Captain May reported to have died at San
or of
lieving llicir pruffMton is but intended t uicranc C ngres, tvc usurped the sovereignty ol the States by the candidate of the |>arty in the List election, i ire your race and of perhaps better than none. Mr. Jeflersonspoke Francisco, is supposed lo'be Capt. Jas. R*

the "ifipr of their tsaulU, and to weaken the force of and the authority of Congretss, and have acted inoIeia identical with those vn which the Kxccutire has octet your took degrading authority." The conversation like a prophet upon the Missouri! con n- May, of Virginia, formerly ofthe Voltigeur
defiance of both. In other words ; place before
whit in
resistance they reference to California ? What arc we to under, witnesses u ho uttered Jan pormlse. Inded I
t ,
am leave
have done is revolutionary and rebellious in its char bland by all this f Must wo conclude that there in exclamation of horror willing to it to

the Nor Union can u-e regard the profefMon ofd.votion to acter. anarchical in its tendency, and calculated to sincerity, no faith, in tho act and dce-larutJoim of pub no ed. The Emperor ;hether real or feign Nature to settle and organize these Territo: M.tflrLAcD.-A bill has passed both houses

on iho part of tftoe who are not our asSilantc lend to the must dangerous co I lad lic affected the most perfect ries. Organize them
and the
sequences. they men, all Is mexp acting or hollow profession upon principle ol of the Legislature slave
M sincere when sangfroid That Maryland to
they pronnunce eulogies acted (rum preoied.talion and design, it would have f Or are we to conclude that the exclusion of the young man is a madman t the gentleman, and give us free and]I permit

Iapu a the Union, *viJenlly with the intent ofchar l cen, in Tact, actual rebellion ; but such is not theca South from the Territory acquired from Mexico It aney hit Mid ; "it is not a dungeon, but a madhouse t sufficient limeto in ask scope a to be brought into that tate from other States ;
in us with disunion without get -we nothing but
; uttering one word of The blame Lies that he "
e. much teas them than merits.
d uuucutie n against wur saiUnts. If /ricndi of L! on those who have induced them upon tv take a course up i o object that Right of MO,paramount Justice, Conrtitntji'n a character in and your tt'nistvn estimation that Kusclikmc has It been is, jn fact, lo a madhouse that t and never will ask it. When the gentlc-; but with the proviso, that they must nqt lw)

sent. min says he h willing to leave U lo Nature, i I brought for the purpose of traffic( ; *


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.. C&'t b Ected! oat of tie Union !" Or: Our readers will! ii-meuiber the account JVwn I1c Chirlmtan ..Vrrwry.Maryland. Northern Senator nuke them the occasion J. H. WILLIAMS AnOrdiuance-t

tIrg J(! more .ic1zeriig' i puMMiod some liui" "iiici' of the chaMisetiMMitiiiflicipJ : for cfii-rmg a fair selllemer.t of the question ? ; OcI.i) infona his friend ami Cntners. Oat To raise a Rfrfnvefor the City of Tal'.alai.

Cer 7 Among the things, counted on by snch presses 1 Is; they 'sre; not, how can attach he l 11a4 rvtnrtvrtlto the store formerly .. .upiod the' .
we import Year on '
: I'1Ditrect ht uined on M r. Suu-sn.!! : l\ the Hon. Mr. see far the Fiscal commencing ; -
f pride oTetr'ol'5in by Ltul & Flag'! and recently bt Dr. !ll Iv.wan.
se :ih the National Intelligencer was li> d<*- since tu mere pull of Jidav that bu'ruwned thtvsand
i1' v : flcj't1icnn ?- Potter, .%mei jean Consul tit Vaiparaiwi. be- may J. and M in duly expectation lo rtcffve a l- first day of April, in tls iC3r one
fion fectim iii f Maryland! from the S'uih. And thai in a contrary guts! ofto.monow ? If and lull assortment of well selected, and aborted eight hundred and fifty. -

UV pis' L1 i1e CM1)*'
d o ) kid iiol ()LuIy tO UC''! v'exvs' ai by Sullivan. It teems that the letter, who i u no labor has been spared, no amount of enthusiasm for the absurd purpose of betraying ourselves. On hand.ju t received by tli* W. R. P511(5, SECTION 1. B.zrOiin.ttsr.iauv TitcO'DANT ( t

the of Lord P.ilmerion and for the Unicn-anil-eyed enthusiasm Charleston Courier. FLOUR BACON-AND PORK ASD Couxcit or TUT CITY or
Zz2 al
ov. Brown) ba advanced in hisr eply, ? nephew was HAUtE, That the rt action ot the Revenue Ai'
b: ( made to order has been considered to flarreU Flour,
jxrhaps have: done so to any suggestions tho time of the affair, a diplomatic agent o Prom the Frontier.By 4 Casks Bacon Side, of the last year be. and 1 the sxno is. continued in .
L,1J tu this from .
an outlay save sheep straying full force apart nf tl.U <)rdiiuc&Srcrio.v ,
character!" If the Editor the British Government, has been forced to the Steamer Hancock which arrived lu CarreLs mess Pork.
an opposite among the ultras, and a perpetual din of MArch 2. Rrit Jitsllitr Ordained, Thai fhcc
i V, 9 2t
his ? stated in the on Thursday evening, the "ratifying intelligence .h"ll bf levied 'ami' .oltvctrJ the lollowjnij Te.
( W w proclaim mid glory! in his servility: resign po&t, as fullnuing ex. long-earni'd hallelujah lo dishonest and ? ,
CJH know not that we have any right locomnlaia. tract of a letter published in the Philadelphia cowardly submission, has been kept up by theWhig was received from Major MAUKLAXD, W. 0. M. DATO, I for the, 1S fiscal!:? : year cocsineRCirj on the- first diy utApi4l
we agent of the Indian 1
HJt hcn uc wuM' a* a public; journali Xoith Amciican : pre. of Baltimore and Washington, four Indians sailed department, that seventy- A1TORXBY. A'h.L.&W, l t.::..Upon all Mrrchantt venJinic sfo-Jsi w re* .
from the commencement of the Session of the for scagoula from Fort and nicrchandiTr, a tax ur ibirtvimcrnts? on Tf>/ '
: % present the state to the world j in the A British man-of-war arrived nt Callao Maryland Legislature, as if for the express; [lamer, in the Steamer Fashion, on the '28thnit. HAS taken up in the his Court abode at of TtHarwsHfp the MiddhSDIslrict, and will, hundred dollars in'valwof their stock: in trada 04* -

''jurne klavih attitude-would place her on on the day subsequent to Sullivan's c.istittinn: purpose of aeling on the nerves of that Slale. Nineteen only! of tbcsc were warriors and of Franklin and Jacks. Counties. (Ib'e rt day ret April next, a A near u the sair.e cat S .

and. in twt hours nfterwercU his sesiglulion the rest bciug and March P, 1 50. 1) a.-.Cfrtained. -
women, boys girls. No
before her humble It has not had much effect.; It even have ,
Itt knees r.pgrcstors as an may JiJ-Upon nil vem.tre of goods, wjrfi and i rrchandizc -
Charged Affairs was placed in the hand Indian of -
the boon of as strengthened the wthern feeling of ihe Legixlaturc importance accompanies this detach (other than itinerant trader,) who shall -
fUpPUZflt for being permitted to of the Admiral. It is not ascertained whether by hbowing clearly what( traitorous mcnt of emigrants, it being. merely a test Notice.A commence bii iners after the first day ot April no.xt

yenaifl in the Union, wo ask is it not enough the British officers required this summary MutTlhe I so-cwlled "moderation" was made mofemant to convince (hose who have not I.L persons are hereby fcnvarned for trading for or vIio hold! licenses heretofore issued which espire'alter

the face of patriot and freeman atonement to the injured honor of his fi]: or yet made up their minds that they will be a ctmin note, dated January 20( St'J 1 ,and pay the fimt ot April next, a tax of thirty-five cents
io make every of. At ny rate Maryland has defined her position able to Widow Elli, for the hire of boy R..b, a'.il on every hundred d.>!lar% in value of their stock in
: Mirth, with fit a me, and his blood boil with j indignation whether, under a senbc of celi-dcgradatiou, the and placed hereself in the rank of the fairly dealt with. Tho stipulated amount of due 1st January, I&.10, for eighty dollars ; as said trade, lobe eMimaled and assessed in all case >t

the diplomatic functionary found it lu-ci'ssary to Soul It. Tim following resolution arc the money \y:'s paid them before cmbarcation by note has been ;p udand was stolen fiom my counting any lime after the commcnrtrr.eut r.f such Lusines -
Says Republican
relinquish a trust which he was niuvortliy! toretain. unanimous Kcntrmcnt of both branches of the Capt. Cxtnv. Two companies of troops ac. room at the lime of entering, and I am inloitned i- or the expiration ef such JiCfii.e : ProeUcit, Suci;

:. Tithe Union be duKolved, sovereignly will In either event, the infamy of his companicJ them, but whether they will re- now ofR-rcd foi sale by one drunken tailor, named tax shall be assessed beftrc the cxpiiitioa of tt.o :

| an empty boon to Florida. Look at her conduct is well ct abi ished." turn i unknown. McMahan, at Quint v. next ti-cal year.
or Jacksonrillr. Nctr.t.Physician's
I? .
Reunited ihe General DANIEL ale Columnsion
her unanimously by LAD!) d-1.Jpoa all Auction by -
}Forced to repudiate territorial
condition. What the Scmth Asks. AsicmV.y of Maryland, Tha't the State of MalanJ Newport March 9, 1S". 9 Merchants and (actor>, one per cent. upon the .
icliSi J'(' w ''h now a. Treasury of worthless Testimony. of sales.4lh .
>ss amount
scrip 11 PI* popnlaiioii sparse and without The Little Hock, At\H.nsiis! Democrat, ofa i \ ceded to the United States that part of SHOULD IC RKGRDED ABOVE ALL OTIIRS. Provisions, &c.A gn -Upon all improved and unimproved town

capital, and her bmnll: resources watte A late date, ulleis the following sentiment* : the District) of Columbia originally embraced While it i i4 well known that Phi>iciani irivamb'yand A BARRELS MESS PORK lots, a tax of thirty-the cenU on every hundrcJ d I-
within her Territorial limits in good faith for lars value .
the theieot.5lh
properly reject administration and approval '
since aj'pealiirg to imo the Un- -J:4' G do. Prime do.
ftvt ears get *' Xon-in'.trfcrciice upon the part of Con- a permanent seat Government of the Union, of tnedicinei rorahined by others than therr.selvrs, : : .* Kegs Leaf Lard, -Uj-on every practicing PhTsician.. Dent ist.Yr

jon-now called to pledge herself in a concingcncy gross, is all that the South has ever claimed, t eh lug the integrity of on the it would iaer.i (to the mere "reader of the numerous 2) half barrels Cranberries, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, one per cc'it. on
to retire liora it Yes the i South- ) upon purpose credfiitiaN of lhevirt ies-jf hundred dollars annual income
and this Southern' man and > | Dr. Com bet t' C :icentra- every
hhd. clear side Bacon
every 1
upon every of Ire General (Government its ,
rtT and all her interests arc Southern part i nmiiipon ted syrup 01 .Sarsapanihia,) an enigma that the ablest 6th-Upon all free colored males, between the3s
do. shouldtr di.
< Southern State should insist. For the 1
the purpose compi ia lace. wih the terms of cession in their professors of Colleges, and the most distinguished of twer.!)-OtiC and fifty years, a tax of ten dol7lh .
too in Union. Hut will
ihe is sovereign, It; bbls. St. Flour.do. .
of letter and spirit. rhysiciaas and Chemists of the country, lend gladly .
the be sovereign out out ? It will bs a sore, this kind, it is proposed that a Convention beheld 2.7. Rcsolrcd! unanimously: That the State their tumescommendjtarr of Dr CurbottV iuvilnn- 1> Mid. planting fine Pn .r Potatoes, --Upon all free colored femaU bctweer tbe
of contempt, along tide, ofLar vigorous tile pieparatiun of of tventy-onend 1fty! Jfars, a tax of ibe dot-
icjgnty [ at Nashville, in which the slave States of Mar land designedrror did the General SursaparillaJJul 20 bushels Petit Gulf Cotton Seed, ages
iisieri. Her independence will consist rn the ) never the (facts arc simply these, viz : the Formula lais.
shall hip We that A rkan.sas 10 bjrrcls Rectified Whiskey.
represented. hope Government, at the time of cession, contemplate U freely plaa-d with them It is no secret, mystic Sth-Upon all! white male inhabitants befweer*
of being ground down by taxation Just rec'd. schr. W. II. Pt-f tes. an.I for a4le In
privilege will not be laggard in this matter, but at the tiding of ilu sovereignty over theDistrict retnedv. It i is a combnation! themost active rem per McN'AUGHT & OR.MONJ). thca es ot twenty-one and isy e-4rsa [putt >acf

to keep up a soldiery and mean* of defence once tike such steps as will place her in the 4:>r Columbia! to t the detriment of the edial medicinal agents, 33 approved by the dispensa Newport, March 9, ISM. 9 one dollar.
from foreign and borne invasion. confederacy among those who will not permit of the State of tories of Wood and Cache, Dr. Thatcher and Gray's I 9th-Upon all ?Live, a tax of seventy-five cent jPtottitd
local institutions Maryland.
The tibilities that such results fl jo disc! n<* taken by a Southern may Convrntiotr Degression or wrong from the 'fanatic horde'ofLhe :JW. RescJccd unanimously, That the State able chemist jand learned mm, Professor r Purse Lost. any slave laboring under mental i-r bodily affliction

from one p North." of Maryland'! was, at the lime of the adoption Augustus A- lla\es State As-mrr ->f Mass, says the I TN riding to the town from Quincy, or in the streets or infirmity, on'apj-hcaticn of the owner of
: induce us to ihink it unwise, and to I of Tdll-ih-Hsee! at 1u4. the such slave, brs
of the Federal Constitution, as is now, in feeling combination exhibits the Union of some of the night, a gentleman on or agent. -
uphold Jov. Brown in discountenancing it.- or The Sentinel s>ays : bM of our native medicinal plants and roots, including I 27ih nit. a steel puise. containing: !jt23, ((2 fifty i'cl- 10th-JJpon all pk-asorc Carriages Karoucries*

Let the South resort to legal means to pie. "The hand that penned word and and in all the features of her Constitution I : no metalic Compound. tar bills, one of the Bank of America, the other nt Busies. Tilburys, Stanhopes. Chairs, Sulkeys"and
its let every and her laws, essentially, fiilly and uf"j'iivo-: Let th consumptive.the suferer by diseased blood, I the Union Bank of New York ) Any one who will Stage Coache, a tax r>{ thirty-five cents on every"
serve our Representatives clog of last week's editorials and the mind that
line cally, u claveholding State. and those nt deranged syst'-tns, but read what physicians leave the sme, or information of it, at the Carolina hundred dollars value thereof.
legislation by tactics. Let them even withdraw originally susjjcMed them, are those of the 4/A. Resolved unanimouslTliat at. saY : House, Quincy, will be liberally ie aided. 1 II-Upon every Stare publicly rubifrd ferni'hi'itbc

temporarily when Closely |preseJ, leaving same individual who has PO long and unaideJ / alolivh any in th Meridlth nricljp N. II. JSI7.GnvTLCiE March! 2, 1S5'). S 2t s.de iticorporaftJ limits tlascily.a tascf .
by Congress to shivery ?
tempt dollars.l'2h
Congress without a quorum. Let us that humble duty."' : I have used in my practice for fvvo
4 idea disunion. Let performed District of Columbia: without t'.ie'! consent of a'fexr years past, Compound Coucrnlrjted Syr- Notice. -Upon; all nvontes loaned at interest thin-

belie fling the away'the principle for which our foie fat us hers not Well, well-he needn't get in a hu-T about its people, would be a riolati.m of the implied;) U;> of Sus. j>.inlla. prepared by the United Society ALL persons indebted to the estate of John Cole- live interest.ccar on ev ry hur.drt dollars so loaned or .

if. There was such a change; in the tone of conditions of the ce."io, ajit t cttise of( alarm Sinker0, nnd I consider it of great valuj in the treat deceased, late of Madison County, will at .
bled-that Americans me capable of self- I ment ot! diseases of the absorbanl! and StcTiu.v Ee further Ordained, That I here
glandular system please make payment and all having deluands .
the that concluded if to the slavehnlding Slates, a nil l have a direct persons shall( be levied and cjUtcleil the Licn-e $
got eminent. .paper we hastily seems, *, andjm.iny cf;jthose depraved conditions of the ag.iint the estate wilt pleaae piesent them, follo-Aing

U'ell the abolitionists in such that some kind mend had relieved that same and inevitable tendency to disturb and enJan- general health, termed morbid functions. I can recommend Ipsjallv; attested, to the adiaitrdtcr. aNe4.t4t.L'jOI.
reading al! relaHs-r* of vinoun
may get the Union.5A. it to bssnperior to anj preparation ofSarsapni VANS RANDELL. ) spirituous cr liq'jors -

piteous appeals, in reply to those who would individual" of the quill for the time being.We .-- / Rcsolccii unaiwno; nly, That the State ilia now before the pu'i'ie. I would alco! recommend Madison County, March 2. ISoO. 8 4t Jo'lais.2d!in ijuantifics. less than one satf, a tax ct six .

; warn them of the consequence of Northern hope, however, he will stick to the tcu" of Maryland loves and values the Union, for that ,vill it to fully the profession answer their a< a-xpectalions.perfect article and oie Fletcher Institute. ty Upon all Billianl Tables and Cowling Altetj*

outrage. eicJairn that the South can't betided hereafter, and Len he will not be taken for the glories of the pa >t, the happine.xs of the GEORGE W. GARLAND, M. D- or TVu-pirc Alleys technically sw clIed,, used tor

out of the Union !" Yes gentlemen rlsr." present: and the high destinies; of the luinre, II is no'V <> vera years since we first u somebody C'oMcenirated of | \ desiring to corne lo this Institution; cannnii 3d I'poti eveiy tliav ir cart, used for Lire, a Tax .
and shin believes tnilv' American and CnmpoulJ Syrup Sirsaparilb prepared -
no : patriotic
arts light, if this Editorial jepresent truly We have i find boau.ii2! hou< : To nil! whnin it nay concein. ofeigtit (dollar
.ou by thn United society Shakers.
In the spring of 1611 there was a I can- heart would wish to diVurb the great .
found if valuable medicine. Those cases in which I ii'lr'etin 1 htice in my house tm mi-Upon every two or four horse wagon used
the *piril which actuates her-you arc right tutu little patch of white and red clover growing compromises which hare rnado und can alone its goodlinfluence IMS been most apparent, were in the hill at the Inxtitution, ample corns wel! furniihetl tor hire,a tax t.f tt-si dollars. -

in Baling) that the South CZMI nut be ** Kicked iuxuiianfly upon the naked: limestone floor sustain and preserve it ; or would willingly depraved Srrnfiulous habit;, and chronic di-eases of wilifirepi.rrs, for Vie accommodation of 5th-Upon t-rry hick, or public! carriage used tcr
\ l/iift ftuil fiits, and will prntn; e f o give t hem plenty hire, a tax < uulofthc Union." do on-if so detci mined, of I the old IJomb-pioof at St. 1h a I is. in a ppolpaitially use 1 the powers of the Federal Government tlte skiiiVi'e recommend it with! confidence to theprotessiun.
of zoi*! wholesome diet, three times,.,a (lay. furnish es belonging lo public! livery stablf
admit California-aboli>h tlavctvin tLc lis-) f-helteied by t tin' parapet well.! I It t had for the purpose of oppressing or trampling: upon JOSIAH CROSBY M. D., lights, and do their wishing, all for ten dollars per Cth-Upon every putii'c t.ivery Sublc, a tax of -

germinated from seed dropped out of I bundles' I the rights and interests of imy of the Siafes. Rhnf-Lester. N. JJV. month, one half paid in advance, t e other at the twetitv.f'.e ooar.' -
trict of Columbia the '
nullity provision ihe That the Territories end of (he Near. 7lh-Upon every Hawker and Pedlar vending
of Noithern hay \\hich Lad IHHMI stored there. 0,7;. Rr.wlvrd' unanimously. C. CIIASC.M. D..
CoDotitution for, the recu cry of fugitixe slaves We presume it perished in the heat of that of I I ihe IJnit'-d States belong to (the several TorthnJ!, Me. P. P. SMITh xoods, wares and merchandize, a tux of one hundred .
Flelcherville, Ga., FelL 21, 1$:>0. 7 3m dollars.
-yeiandifyou will-and nothing cite! will I summer."-Sentinel.In States of this Union, and the Congress of ::JKWVD.. RRINLEY & CO., Sole Proprietors.F ; Sth-Upon all Bank .\encs, a tax of sixty dol
<>r sale by them in any quantity, and! by lluir appointed
satiny you-abolish! slarcry in the Stales-but the latter part oflast December, the same the United States cannot right'jlly' piss any Agents in the United St-tes and CanaJas. To the Florida Volunteers. lars.

DON'T law, or do any act which is c-ilcu ated to prevent LEWIS & AMI1S, r will attend to (the collection of Dtb-Upon all agencies of In uranee Companies
dan I, ONT' eu-liuL-* fiom the : kind: ofclo\er was still owing luxuriantly z pllE undersigned tax oftvreIvedtlars.
I or deter the citizens of any of the said Sole Atjeiits for Tjllahas-.ee. _L claim- against the State or the United States
Union Is this the oi'lhe the floor of the olJ 10th-Upon all vendt-ns el Lottery Tickets, a tax
not St. .Matks
*pirit Republi- on Bomb-proofat State from removing to atcl
can's appeal. Make a Jamaica of FJoiida; if without any s lavhier.I )eity of every description, upon irtid 'l.e rn. MARRIED, Floiida Volunteers cal i-d outbreak.into service of the State ous liquors a* aforesaid,all ktcpeisof fable,

jou pheltst ,ye dear Union loving Free Soilcis. tories. On the 2ith February, by the Rev Ch. Jleilner, during the thoroughly recent Indian conversant with all the forms or b.'i>l njoF: ten pin a'.Se.'s! all keepers of every
I oAmong; the excellent resolutions Being dray or cart, or two or fouj hrse wagon, or hack or ,
very 7/A. 7Zevi7rrJ untz.'zinoii.cl'l'iiat Mr. hENRY GRECNBERG lo Miss MARIE BUGTI of the
Yea, a San Doming'*, ifou an; determined ; we recur and biuinrss necesry for the collection sane, public carriijre,cscil for hire at aforesaid-all kecems >-
:'adopted by s the democrats of Connecticut, in wilh priuV and suiisCtciiiu: to the conciliatory \Lbolh of New 'jerk City.OBITUARY.. he flUter himself he wi\l\ be enabled to give full of livery stables, banktr and petllar agents cf
it but fn
ca sme us ssrc zw
in tcpmation their claims with
j their recent State Convention, was the following and friendly feeling I hat pervaded the council satisfaction to those entrusting Banks or Insurance Companies, and all venders of

from ? confederacy so goiiou! in the bless board of the old thirteen Sates, when our him. him.GEORGE lottery tickets, shall, under penalty if! double tie
All who know
ings it bcrtowb upon us Florida is so poor : present glorious Constitution was made, and Died, in tbs City, on Wednesday mornin*, the Reference- W. IIUTCHINS. fax in case of fait are,before their several avocations
Resolved, That tlt,<* present adminUiralkiti: has callings cr liIne. as aforesaid ziiay be ptirucd,and
Florida is so vcak.! I'loi Ha is so waste and cwieil its self-imposed title of no-parry," by in- following flue example their set by our fathers, nth instant, after an illness of four day, MARY February 2.5, 1S.)0.Monticello. 7 npors tbeFaaynnt ol the ae5 !levied as .fomesa4, :

desolate and wretched: !-have compassion jo\iiiqthe; confidenco of no-pirty"lhat its only we would in this, our day difficulty and trial FRANCES only daughter of I H.! T. and Sarah J. obtain a Licence so to do from the iHtendanf. lo bs

I mat ked atd efficient policy ties Ieen that of tin niug !, invoke a similar spirit to attend the disIr.irted Clocker, aged tea jears, three months and thirteen Male School. cptinterslaneil by the Treasurer, and such Liceuse

onus !-.save us from umiing ourselves with j' Democrats out of office in violntion of its volnntarv councils of the Federal Union-but, ifs days. THE second session of this SCHOOL will com shall not be issued for u shorter period than one
f plt-d es-that the recent elections* thriushoul the MONDAY, the-Jth MARCH, nnd end year. -
those miserable commonwealth?, Virginia, the Union have given it its death-blow, that no.parly" e. be disappointed in this our solemn and;] Weep not-she is not dead but sleepeth." Though with a pu'.dicexamination! Fridavthe2d August. llth-On ailShcivvsotlientbanCmncus s rKques-

Cjrolinas, Geoigia, Alabama: Mississippi, ''liast-Uill, I enough to lilt it from its paralytic conditioti earnest invocation, it is due to ourselves and I removed from earth, from the embraces of lhs.to Rates of tuition per VS-MOII : riart Exhibitions, a tax of live dollar, and on all

Louibiana, rtxas, Arkansas and I'tiinesee- i: and that *' no-j>arl\" % ill inuuin its approachin lo the people of the United, Slates, that we I whom she was no't dear, in the spring of her existence Orthography. Heading, and UVitifisr. f-5 WArithinpfir Circuses! or E 11Ietrian exhibition-, it t \ of einlit
dissolution.We, OQ dollars shall be levied am* cull, tred fach eshibioOt :-
Grammar, Geography, &c. 12
will take
should declare
Maryland she is not lost- ihe! blooms in jvrp< tsnl
kufiVr us in any capacity to icmaiii in a glori. Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, Mat hematics.JLc. a license to authorize which rnut first t lic chained
arc inclined to believe that there is a her Southern sisters in the maintenance "
position with beauty in the gardens of Prae. S-iTer the lit- 13 00 from the Intends:1.: !, and ct'tmtetsigm-dby tho
ou) $ Union with New Yoik, Vei mont and vast amount of truth in the above. of the Constitution wilh all its compromises tie diildren to cone u'.to me, and forbid them not, The AucK-ht Languages, IS 00V. Treasurer, ur.der a penalrj cf Sublet the ta.\-l.erein!

Connecticut And Gen. Tux lor if you ) the preservation of the Union, und for of .yrh is the Kingdom of Heaven." \ O. GIRARDEAU. assessed. -
Monticello, March 2, I I'vV')>. 4t 12i I.-Upon all itinerant trades, who kal! oiTer
waulohmteei8 to put down rebellious Virginians OiIt is stated that Buliocli, the absconding the vindication of her own just rights. rood*, ware or merchansli/e sue in this city,

Carolinians i Georgians and Akbam.ians cashier of the Central Rail Road Bank, sailed 8/.1*. Retolred utianim'Hi'ly, That our Sentors New Spring and Summer Goads. To Teachers. here shall be levied and eoHer ted fax of one huii- .

;: in Congress and otir: 1'eprpvntatives be tired dollars ; 2nd a hrensesn to sell JiaIt first be (
rrMIE 1 iilHcriber i isreceivinz, and will ct.utintie tI <
I'lorida She has the j fiom Savannah the 2Sih of <
conic to loyalty on February, in Council of Tallahassee wish $lo rpiplny
9:1E: City obt.iiraed from the Intrndant atrsait1 under
requested' to act in coaf.innity to llu* foregoing I r.'r.-iv.- !liv fu'nre a-rival*. a well select d stock 9s a
iiHa] which you may depend She will fur. I jthfl British schooner Abel, Captain Ilirks! reMil'mtiuqs. I of STAPLE "iml FANCY DRY GOOD*, GROCEV'X a romptterit Teacher, foi six mouths, to take lenally in casa ot fjiluic, s.' fo Co, of a double taIL
male which is toi
| charge of the free school designed be
ui.h you men to fight the battles of the Free j bound lo Rotterdam, touching at '1'ruo, in 0/7. Rcsdrc-1 iiHimimouily,, Tint the Governor at\ I Ihe\1: ,1mvp-t HARDWARE market ,prices&r., ,w and hirh which ie ofler he< for invites sale i :;o into operalioii the first of April next, sa'.arj at (tie )SECTION imposetl.Beitfttrtfitr OrdainrJ, Thai every

SoileiR-only, peihaps (we cau't help saying) Coinwull, England. He is the only passcngcr. of I this State; be requested, to I transmit i a tio! atlei.tiou of the public I rate of r-,fiU per annum. Application., by letter, Daguerreotypist, before pwrsnir-j cccnpation m
copy of the foregoing: resolutions to I rhc i K\e.: GEt II. MEGIXNIS3. mMas" ;p.uJ, will be received from now until the this city, and every non-resident DenTist, befcr
they ma all with to be captaiac. I OOlh Maicli. Aii ( of
nrsiiing profession city,
cutive of each of the States If such be the t-piiit of the people of TJoii.da IS50.; S ot Sentinel, ropy. shall! pay a fax of ten dollars, and obtain a license
Mn.! BKUUIKN'S; ; SrKr.cit.-We have hop.ed the request that the same be laid before their J. M. WILLIAMSTS rrom the Inlemlinf ; and npot failure or refusal SK>

' the deserves the worst thil the Abolition. in vain to be able to lay befoie our leaders respective. Legislature*, ani I also a copy lo Laura Jane and WacUn beiu- Raisins, Figs, Cheese, &.c. to do, shall pay double the tax abore as yrd.Srcrio.v .
ibU inflict bcr. Hut is i r*>ee"vinj; from a 5. St il further OrdainrJ That all
can upon it a fact-is each of our Senators and Representatives in ,
the masterly Speech of the distinguished Senator (hut, lrse, and \vell assorted! stock of GOODS for ClfBOXES English Dairy Cheese, Oidinance, or parts of Ordinances conflicting wilh
it is if, is IT that our which le would /OU 10 Drum frefh Figs,
people are willing to ) from gres. the Spring and Summer trade, to the (true intent and meaning cf this Ordinance, Le
sacrifice Georgia.Vould that every man invite attention of his customers and the public gen- 2(> Ko\e* do. KJJJIUS,
the and the
ciery thing to mere name of Union same are hereby repealed.
in the Slate, Ira the South, could read it-so Life in .S'u/i 1'rancheo.-Mr. IJiyurd Tay.lor tr.lly.Mtrrh! 1 Biv\ Citron, Pa3-se t the Council! and approved thi 'JTttti day of

? Virginia sajs, the impending cnacUinentsof fair an] yet so restless in its argument-so inn It-Uerto lh> Tribune gives tits' fi.llow. 15;, 1S.V:: ). 10WOULD 1J( Hoves!,. Champaisrne Heid-.ick Chainpai Cider. \Vin?. IVuruan ,'A. 1). I0.

Congres are to be "resided to the. < lug striking COM; d'wil of San I'rar.ciico so. articled ot"the kind received D. P. HOGUK: Intendant.
F. With
S. BURNEY a variety
calm earnest and
yet overwhelming in its Attest-Gr-o. W. UcTCHijfs.CIerfe.Mirch .
last !" Amen cifty t : Emeline and for sale byMcNAUGHT
extremity responds Carolina, call the attention of l.is per 8
respect f'llly 2,1S.)0. 41
appeals, The great want of San Franoico is society. it ORMOND.NewportIVbrwary .
Georgia, and the Stales of the Sa-jih. ''S'est.I t. and the public nenordllv to his tare
-1 j)0. 7
Think of a city of 39,000() inhabitants, I and \\ell as orted stock of SPRING and SUMMER Lost or Mislaid.A .

I Maryland! say for tveal or wc, Slid casts in For the Flotidian & Journal. peopled! by men alone! The like of thin wasncv. GOODS comprising every article, both fa ir v ar.d PROMISSORY note by Jame B. Bean! 4
; her lot with her sisters of the South. Are MMSS. 1prTiusI I have heard co.-nnlainte er before livery man is his own bo'ist keeper, staple, uvj.Jly "ld an tlui3 i maiket-all of which he Turpentine Axes, &c. and William Perkins, for the sum of two hun 1a

from one or two sources ofrarclessnm rnis- is receivinrd.slY- supply of the above Axes ; also No. dred and dollars, dated about'23d December
you the descendants and brothers of Mary or doing in many immt Unccs, his own sweeping, AFRESH bixty-seten
S50. 10 12 Cat Plowscxiri Sands
March 10.1 points
in Post Office ; 1347and made abk to the subscriber m
management our from and __ pas
landers, Virginians, Carolinians, and Georgians arising cooking, washing mending. A company &. Spear's Cut and Wrought Nails,&.C., &c. the first day of January, ISoU; with interest from the*
persons not receiving their usual papers, atrJ of vashtnen are located at tbe Fresh Water Spring Dress Goods, &c. Recehed per Brig Enieline.and for sale by, first day ci January, 1S49. '
? and
ate you, for an empty sound, rea. these faults are by some ascribed to our \vor- Pond, doing u driving business in the laundry Tissues, Black Gro. dt! Rhine, McNAUGHT & ORMOND. I forewarn all persons from trading for said note t p pas

dy to make common cause with their enemies, thy Post Master. Without attributing n disposition line. Many home-arts, learned rather )by obhorvation SILK: Jaconets, Fancy Lawns, Newport, February 23, 1830. 7 it has been paid.

against those whose blood! runs in our veins ? to find faith to those who have been than experience, here come Gingham i Lawns, Far.cy Ginghams FHVIL'S A. BVRD
made sensible of these Printed Muslins, Figuered Organdie, Family Groceries. February '3. 1 Sodl 7
Has the WOKU Union such a charm for you derangements, ma ray conveniently into play. He who cannot lionnet Ribbon*, Gloves, TUi-n*received per Schooner William II. Peltes from -

Listen to that true friend of liberty old of us know that irregularities occur in transporting make a bed, cook a beefsteak, or sew Ii his Linen Fringe, Lvonesp Braid, Sic &c. ,* New 0. kane, Bagging and Rope.

George the mails, either from high waters, or own lips and rents, is unfit to be a citizen of For s ile by" G CO. 1 II.1 M IX INNISS. Sujer Cured I Hams, Shoulders, PIECES I

Mason, of Revolutionary memory, and take other causes, for which no person (-tumid be Ualifornia. Nevertheless, since the town has March (Iti. 1S.)0. 10 4t_ Plain da Sides, -QO,tJ: SOceriU Kentucky' R flagging-'pe, _

his words as the confession of faith by which I accountable. Many of our citizens are, however 1 begun to assume a perminent shape, very Buggys Buggys Lard, L-ud Oil, 1 bale Twine,
St. Louis Flour, Rice
we are willing tc abide : I often ignorant of the time when these many of the comforts life in the last arc attainable. ( at Carriage Repository Tobacco, N. O.S ?ar. 2 bales Gunny Cloth.
Tt1'reCei.e my Jnst received per Sirlsnon Petff s. ond for siteby'
*' I have causes operate, and are naturally disposed to A family may now live here uilh-$ $ J .* [Bu g-* with tors, Whiskey, Claret Wine, aicNAUCHT 3b ORMOND.
said be in whole life
peter, try attribute the failure of their mails lo careless- Crackers Crackcu a
without Butter Sug.ir ,
out bufll'iitig any material privations ; and if 10 tdps Newport, February 21, Iij. t .
heard one single man deny the necessity and ors of i the 4 Soda Jo Imuns,
or neglect every
propriety of bc Union. Rut 1 hope it is nut whereas, in truth, be has no agency in the some time in California would bring- 1 seccnd-l.and Cairyall, PeCan Nuts, Oranjrs, Fancy Sugar."

to the NAME, but to the ILKSSI\: of I'nion, matter whatever. While I have \\hich will bo sold on the best of fleni. Almond Brazil Nuts ** BARRELS estra fine Vacom Pan received
no disposi- bib with him social influence would Sugar,
family a ANo, on hand Sjudles, Bridles double and sinale Water Pails, Stone Fipes, D "
that "
vc arc attached. Thusc gentlemen u ho lion to become the apologist of oiTicp-holil- Candles per Pettes, and for sal* byMcJfAlMllT
any soon be created to which we migh look fur Ik-rness.andevery Variety of Goods anti Wares usually Matt-lies, ,
arc loudest in their praises of the name, are er, or to excuse him for auy deriliction of duty, the happiest resists. foundin aSaddlery Establishment ; and all kinds Nails, Soap, S. OUMOND.
Fetruary 33,1S50. 7
not) more attached to the reality than I am.-- I am unwilling to hold him accountable for of woik dunn at the shortest notice, &c.D. Nutmegs, Tin \\Vare

The tecuriJy of our liberty and hajipintss, is irregularities arising from ciicumMances be- E. HULL. And many tthcr articles too numerous to mention, Liverpool Salt.
Compromises. be sold by
March 16. 1S50.Cotton Jf( which will be sold as cheap as can any
the object which we ought to have in view in )ouch his control. JUSTICE.Mutch Mr. Rr.LL, of Tennessee introduced a series other house in the place, for cash, byALF'iED OO ACK in fineorder.bTeachedacks( jiqf

'vlfcuin| to establish [oTto maintain] the Union. 15.Further. of resolutions in the Senate on Thumtay Plantation for Sale. : E. HOC. 1_ received per Barque R H. Gamble and! for

Jf; instead of SECTHIVC these, ire KM>AMCU covering the California and Territorial sfubsrriber offers for sale his valuable PLAN Febiuary in, 1S50. C tf ale by McNAUGHT t ORMOND.

them, TIlE XAMH orUMox WILLBU' A TKIVIALCOMfcOLATIOX. Accounts by the Canada. lions. lYe ate som-jwhat at a loss to know rjnes. TMIE ", situated si* miles and a half from Newport, February 23, ISoO. 7Gentlemen's .
To Contractors."PROPOSALS .
." Tallahassee on the Thf-masville Road, consisting ol,, Building
SECOND UCSl'ATCII.York ) uhy Southern men labor so hard to fashion 720 acres ol superior Cotton land-500 acres of which to build a Court House in the town Clothing. .

DisuNlOMtTBVe} Xrr March 0, A. M.-The Canada all I sorts of propositions olpa rificat ion. What are cleared and the remainder in the woods. II nas i ol Quincy. Florida, will} be received until the A SMALL and well selected s'ock of Clothuif- ,

boucfctly and truly belierc arrived at Halifax last night wilh 14 days thanks do they get for it ? The North replies on it a comfortable Dwelling House, good Negro first day of .qliril aexI at which time such offers .tl_ just received per Emetine,and fdr sale bvMCNAUGHT _

that there is, nt this tim<\ not one disitnionist later dates, her accounts me make up to the to every offer, by st'iriing to so much as is Houses, Gin Home, Screw, and improvements, all as shall bite been made, will be submitted to the & ORMOND.
in Ha Stale.-We thought that new, and it will be sold on reasonable terms the Board of County Commissioners for their decision Newport, February 23 1S50. 7 '
we 23rd Feb and (how jd. decline on sales of favorable to itself und treats the rest us surplusage. lo California. For
subscriber has determined to go thereon. The proposed building is to be of brick ; -
knew one, ut have found on enquiry that \ve Cotton for the last fortnight ending I hut day. We> have not the assurance on information,enquire. at this Office, or to the subscn- two stories high, and fifty-three by forty-thiee feet Flour. .

were mistaken.JHMVV -The Committee's quotations at the date (if which a sane man would risk a dollar, that ber. on the Plantation. in dimensions. The draft of the building,with (he BARRELS SJ. Louis Flour .-
the steamers depailure were for fair Uplands the North regard as binding any compromise ROBERT ?. HALL. specifications may be seen by application to James -tO do. Gcnnej do.
; we Lope that none dour exchanges 16 1S.V). 10 Gilchristor Charles H. DuPont two of the
and Mobile CJ, fair Oi leans GJ. Sales of the that might be assented to by its Representatives. .March M committee 20 i do- Aw do.- .

"ell catchup the alx>-jjaragraph (as that two weeks 42,000 bales, 11000 of which Lot them offer, compromises then? -;T: Notice. rrfcidjpg!ions on the in Lbs subject Iowa"rrinst of Quincy be addressed, All to communca the- For sale by McNAUGHT $ ORMOND. _

seems the order of ihe day) and parade it ai were taken on sepculation. Previsions have They profess to love the Union above at! moults after the first publication of this no- undersigned,at".Quincy -l-'Iorida." Newport, Febrnary 23, 185020 7 I : '

evidence, that Florida is willing, any more mproved. things-lot tb
than her 1'rance.-An emute has been recently As yet the only mode of keepingihe Jud-a of Probate for, Ltnn County, for a dl.-charje CHARLES }}t DU1'ONT, > Committee. -
nibter States, to submit to wrongs putdown tromthe.adminutratorihrp of the estate of George DANIEL M. H1NSON, ) A SMALL stock of Medicine, just received per -
which they have determined to resia. Sh* in Paris and the city is now quiut. The States together which has received any au.thoritative youngdeceased. late of Leon County, onda. February 10.1S50.; 6 7t Emeliiie, warranted pure and fre..h, For sal* _
socialists ate organized for a grand demonstration sanction among them, is the employment DAVID D. YOUNG, br RkNAUfiH ti ORMOND. .

partakes of ihttr feelings and will go with on (he 24th Feb. of(he army und navy to put down Adm'r. of George \Ving deceased. R. H. LTJCKEY, Newport, February 23, tS50. 7 '

them. Yet MC willingly bear witness to her Tho French Government has offered its disunion. We trust this is not the sort of March K. 1FV. Ii) Gm I)RINCI PAL of the Female Department of Fletcher : Notice.
Institute, \vih1 he prepared by. first April to
: love of the Union. that the measure other meditation in the Greek quarrel. pledge affection that prompts Southern men Plow Iron. \ accommod-le thirty young !adiet with gentetl and weeks after dale, I hall apply to the HOP.

I loyalty to the Union, u but the mcabure of the The whole French Republic has been put to busy thernseU'e with compromising. And A ortn>pnt of wide Iron, siy S. 9, and 10 inch comfortable board, at I 0 per month, li htg and SIX of ProlaU for Leon County for Infer ofAdxinijlrat'on t-- .

determination under Military Law. what else have they to rest on t A public tl. .witable for Plow, receued per Schooners washing included. Hii hen. e iace..rgned for young oo the estate of-Louisa C. Newton,

with which khe is ready lo op. Napoleon is losing popularity, M. Theirs meeting fri York-nnollrer in Pbiladelpia. AbellandJoYsatebY Udien'only, and all the interests of tbos; ccmniitted( late- of said Count;, de pose such acts violate ORMOND. to his care, wilt he strictly guarded. PATRICK S3!mi,
as the Constitution: which has withdrawn his from" the Covenmcnt. Well iftVe.se epreSSiflnOfgOrl feclirrg are MeNAUGLIT p
support Thomivillc, Febrtuiy 15,1 V5. 6
23 1SOO: 7"
1550. 9 I February 6w
March 0
tnikce the Union. weighty and trut.worthy, why docs not some NewIOrf f p pI



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STAEILITV-SECUIIITV-PERPE1WTV. I g LegaL Uocrti9cinent9.) State of Florida-Gadsden Circuit Court SIjc $lori in1t & Journal. !I A ins, by it.CAl. ntme 1'IU of CI"'PP'tm\ J'X'1'It.\-;
-- --- -- -- IN CHANCERY. allf'lrdIL"
I I 10 of th* num. nf'. f. T"-lIltnd. affI1..
1$900,000. "tI
-- In Chancer. Ri fo Inunton' Relief. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY EVOIXC.T I I .p a 3arssprt! _bc'U CaU I".TO".n"" ..I""JIIttI".
-qj Greenup> Arold Arnold, oIenomlnatnlr( 11 0.PVUI.-j:. .ifn; "|. "M'Tow.n.
CO. Western of State I
vs. an doctors .I _
: Crcut Florda K U M S : never w" ; but *. Vvei a -Ofll"II
::1 WALL ST., JACKSON COURT, FALL. tS.9, Reuben Scott, Augustus Flurry William H. McMillan I' rosili.canals.and the Its.. Yet h. u.IIIIutb.lltletl(1)t11Ift
01"oni"o. : snd C. West. THREE DOLL.IRS per annum, if paid advance. the of
Elias Wester, Complainant j)) I Benjamin parpraw gaining trfli Cir"bll' h* l U *
Find, IsJO, $WO.- TIIRCR AND if within six lint. This I.
NfreeumltdtJ rOht vs. >' for Divorce. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that A HALF paid month I: 11011 SM f1I Jnt 10 M b'ved. and 'flfthi. '.
\'( leJ in and Mortgage Nancy We.ltr. Defendant. ) 1.1 IT Sol.one of (defendants, resides with- FOUR DOLLARS if not pail! unht the end theyear i II gr..V'U/HE ORIO/X..fL OLn r"JOicub ..
I To.ntell. .
i-eat t enfate in fhi city and Brooklyn. and Mock* out I he so the of Court can. Drills. bitrlnf on U 111. Od! ..
appearing, upon affidavit, to the satisfaction of ordinary process Cr These tf'lm''fill be rigidly adhered to. and ltkp.u hi. esiuy
and Cit of Xew-York and Un.i ted St ales IT ttIt&
t the State ?} ] not be served him : It is Decreed and MIPS and bia signature II
that the
the Court the defendant resides out of the upon therefore no paper will be discontinued until all j; semi COSt ot anu..

G''fmtt. Weflr Circuit and out of ihe State: It i. Ordered, Ordtred, That a hearing ofthe facts charged in the' j paid, unleis at the option of( (Ihe publishers.airearag.-sare Suh- ',I Prtcip flftt. 102.V......./f.. .%<. J- ,* ftI .
fund i* rapidly incra Hinby a with4veltnded a4d111 That the said defendant be required to appear and Bill be had on the third (3)) Monday in M.y.at scribers will be received for three months at One I I -

and pro |I"'lHI business.,dividend of fif answer thubill of complaint on the first Monday in Qiiincy, Gadsden: County, which lime said' defendant -: Dollar-six months at 1 50. Every older for t the
The Company: : declared a profits Match, A. I I., one thousand eitsht hundred afwl (fifty, t may appear and plead to or answer said Bill : paper out of this county must be accompanied I .

!.Y.two per cent on all evuting policies on ibe 3Ut and in defaul thereof the said bi shall be taken .ind it itfuithrr O'denI, Thai a copy of this Order the rash, unless the order comes through of

January, ISIS. ii .pro cOlfts :" and that this he published in be published in one 01! t he newsoipers! pnblishtt regularly authorized agents in the Stale. any our l iI i iJ

All tho Profits are divided among the b\ed u 14 some public newspaper in this State for the space in the Circuit once a week for three iI j
The premiums ate jmable iuc-wli< annual. !}, semiatimullv ; ii: of three mouths before (be day ordered for the saidhearing. Quincy, November 17,1'1TIOLS \ A DVERTlSEiIEujTs '

or quirterlv interest being added on the : BALTZELL Judge. :
drfeirrd payment [ GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Judge &c. A I true cnpy-Attet, Will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square -'. -

The cnh principle adopted' by thi! Company secure WM. H. MITCHELL, R. C. LESTER. Clerk Gad-den Cr. Court.I. of twelve lines for the first,and fifty cents for each C. '

to the tur "h".e benefit the insurances jj Solicitor for Complainant. FERGUSON, Jr., subsequent insertion. A reasonable deduction .&: '
parties will be made I ;_-
Solicitor for .
without = Complainant.rebrUary on legal notices ejtafenoticcf.year- -
are e.1'cted, Ihe wli',lc ol thf advantage*,
subjecting: them to the heavj di'aw back of jccumu- State of Florida, > I, Samuel C. Bclhrny, Clerk 9, ISoO. : 3m ly notices without alteration by persons having ; -.

hl.d t premium note Jackson County. 5 of the Circuit Cour in and for regular accounts with the office. j I M I '5'

Ptr!.)< may eflecl insnranp'on their own lives said County, do hereby certify th above is a State of Florida-Gadsden Cicut Court. All announcements of candidates for office, FIVE I -

andlh? 1iesofothers. 1 mimed women ran in. GAY'S true copy "of the original order passed in case of l IN \ DOLL.\ns-invariably in advance. No attention I \

pure the life of her huVwnJ, the b<>neliti .f which Elias Wester vs. Nancy Wester. Given under my Mary Woodward ) will be paid to any order announcement,unless \ :
with the 1 1t" J
are sccnred by law (M the csclu-ivc me of herself or EXTRACT OF CANCIIALAGIL1, hand and private seal, there being no aval of office, r.'. > Bill for Divorce. accompanied cah. r- ;

children. this 21st day of December, A. D. IS I JO. James J. Woodward. ) All religious, marriage, and obituary notices published .. j

Clerg .men and all otherdependent' upon !:lriesj A. (:.\.IIOHSI.l'f.XT OF RAKE SAMUEL C. BELLAMY Cleik, [EAI.] arpearing to Ihe satisfaction of the Court, by gratuitously ; but editorial notices for private OLD DR.) JACOB TOWNSEND !

arc specially invited avail ) ol' a rl'I'lrIP I 1UgIHC.\ IIITUE.A By NATHAN S. WATSON D. C. IT alliil.ivit in this cause filed, that Jatres J. Wood benefit will be charged as advertisements. THE OniGIXAI. DISCOVEKSR) OK'Till ,

whereby thfir surviving families maybe secured CERTAIN PREVEXT1VC AND CURE FOR January 5: 1 I8'?'I. 52 3m ward, the defendant in I his cause resides beyond (the
from the evil OfPeflhlrY.P41flhles jurisdiction of this Court and out of the State of Jon WORK. Genuine; Townsend S.irsaparilla.CH1 .

; explarulory of the principles of Mutual Frrrr and -c"f', Consumption Counts, CoMxInflucnry. In Jackson Circuit Court. Florida: // is Ordered, That the said James J. Wear well prepared to execute Job Work, such Dr. Townsend Is now abtiut 70 years of nzr. unit km!,?,

Life Insurance, and illustrating its advantages, ..l.\thma nruncllil Sr'o7ll. Clout. FALL TERM I S WESTERN CIRCUIT. Woodwaid do appear, plead, answer, or demur to as bills,cards, blanks, pamphlets,&.c.,with nealejs wen known ORIOI.Y.1L a. the AUTHOR" an." DISCO''f.Rf.n nt njVKJfULYK

with form of application, may be obtained at'lht li'iruinalism'enralf>io. Erysiprlas Ltmbnlo. Yown said' Bill of Complaint within three months, or said and despatch. All work of this description, i L.l." Being po>f. he wag cnrnpt"lIed 1'QIYV'I'"V'8.1(5.11'11 tltllmillt' ,n.sautactuirs. M'hich
. utiieeof the 33 Wall si., or of of its P/tI';" /, Jnundirr, )". ( James ) Bill for Dirorcc. Bill ii hm been of
Company, any Ptral'"il will be taken pro confesto against laid: defendant except for persons having yearly accounts with m 'tus kept"ul market and the sal."
ageni I?. I. DyienttitDrop'ty, Lire ( /Iplainf .. I.!; I In Chancery. and tie cause set for hearing the next Term the office must be paid f!r on f1elivt ry. I Viin.cnbeii li> lh<", only u hu h"d vr."ellta ""'lb. and. kmnu
milioiix Complaintsiroits.Jffi'r ions \ ) U value. t It had reached the exr nl nmnr. nennh.no.|
TRUSTEE rtttrg tn deiit-ral Ifeinorhign .. appealing I'Clown.to the satisfaction of the Court, by ol' the Court in May next, at Quincy : .Ind it is fur ;e ;prnon* Mho hail been kented n( uire "I,e"... IIII'\' Mrhn
Jen.. B. David C. Golden, CIIf'lro"tordrr IT thcr Ordered That this Order' be published in some from death, proclaimed iu rtretlrnre% IIn.1 wintfrrrIHEALiNG
Cotn. O Flntct JJe affidavit in this case, thai Viccy Yown, the de. Business (ar115 SC. POWER.
Wm J. Alfred EJtvard .lr"rtll. III/rlliol public printed in this Stale once a week
|>, and fendant in this case, resides 'the jurisdiction} newspaper
prated t .tyfftilct beyond Innl b. hit ,
J"ful Cld (w.ts for three months. -- ---- -- -- -- ---- ---- Knowing. mx* ytam mg* bnd. by skill oc. .
U. Win. --
H. McCuidv Bells ---
$ originating of this Court, and out of the Slate of Florida, and and ssperienee.| deviifd nn article nhirb .<>uld be or iaeiOp.
11'11 S. W'lslm. Joseph Blunt 1 in I the Slate of Georgia: It in OrderedThai the said 2d Ftbruaiv, l.r 0.. Cotton Brokerage. table ndtankis ii, ininkmd? when the means witnldDished s.s,

Faber. Isaac G. Pearon.J"lm (oltlatoJ of the Bowels & Vicey Yown do appear and plead, answer, or demurto THOMAS B.\L TZEJ.l, Judge.A to bring it Inln universal and nntire. when its tnestiia.viflues .
would be know" appicctaied. This time has
P. Velverton, Henry WClli.TI IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It the said bill of complaint) within four montlior true copy-Attest t, BERRY & ROWLES, the mean Are .up(>{;.ed: this tunt
) ,n. Svdn\ick Wm.1ole.Stay the said bill will be taken .pro confesso" againstthe R. C. LESTER, Clerk. I N :addition( to their business as Auctioneers and ORJJVD ..tffl V.YKQr.l.KD PRF.P.1R.1TIO.Y
P.. Collins, ? gives tone and vigor to the digestive:i organs. said defendant : That the publication February y, 1S-10. 5 "m Commission M.rchanswill give their attention .mnnufacturta on the Urzeit scale and is called ("r thria: .
John H. Swift Jon Miller, i is remarkable for it ProDiJcr (to tI.e ol : lilt the length and breadth of the land especially u it n fumj,}
.Inimating selling COTTON for and
,!Slringthcning of this order be mdt some public newspaper planters others Incapable of degeneration or deisriornion.Unlike .
John Wiidwnrth. David A. Cnmslork. .atul liestorative Prvptrtiis.Publicly printed in this State once a week for 'he period of Gadsden Circuit Court. who may not find it convenient to attend and wait yoiinj; S. P 'J"own..end' improves with ace. md

S.1 Comjl. Robert Shnjler admitted 111. Townsend Manufacturer thr-e months. GEORGE S. Isaac Ferguson, Jr., ) Attachment.rs. for the. arrival of the steamer." Being always on never eh.inne but fur the better;heeeuNt II n prepared a.Mirtijic *-
". J.mos Chambers, of .Town tnd'J Sarsaparilla: ," lo be 1.\WKINS. 'he spot, I hey will e ready! to lake principles by a icmtife "aa The highest knowleJw '
(OU:1. November H/h. isici. ( > In Assumpsit. any advantage ot: Cheiuutrv. and the latest discoveries of the art. have all bwitroujh.
I. PPIVII, Joseph Tuckerman.Fret. c Far Better than Sarsaparilla." JohN MILTON, : Reuben cott. ) Sumswornlo83T2 SG-100. the market that may oiler.'Samples I nio rrinUition| ) In the manuflllur. of the Old IV,
', M !
Whitlese* Solicitor for Complainant. nilE defendant and all persons ii.I ere. led are may Charges m -
3CJIn corroboration of the above read the mea.con"'ins many medicmil properties and ome
Chat les Wm. J. Hunker ( annexed pmprnm
Ely, erate and
JL notified of the institution prompt returns made.
communication hereby ol the above which are inert or u. eleti. and othen. which i if rrUmrd ia -
John! C Crutr. Eugene DUlih. a Slate Florida > I, Samuel C. staled case by attachment, and are hereby required i it' January 5, 1S50. 52 If it for a-e, produce fentntntm and tcti which t U ininrioos -
Walter Joy; Fralris Conclusive Testimony and Proof rositive.ritoji oj Bellamy, Clerk tn the ly.IVm. 8ofte of the prnpvrtm of lUMapanllaM
J. L1throl. Jackson County. 5 of the Circuit' Cout in and for | appear and defend said suit on the Monday 1 in 10 volatile that they entirety evaporate and trt lost ia Die
Alfred Pen, O. : run (;KAiriMuiu: next at Quincy, or judgment will be taken brdefault. LEWIS &. AMES if are not
COIPAXl. said County, do hereby certify' that the foregoing isa May preparation. they preserved by a tciextijic fnctu.
JOSEPH H. COLLINS, President.AC Sir:-You are aW3t I that, as I he ot initiator of (heGrarfenbtrg Irom January t', lSI. :,). known only to tb se experienced in iu nmnofactuie.( ar.,."
r \ ABB.\TT, Secretary.JO3. \ Company, I had attention true ant correct' I transcript t the original order FERGUSON., Plaintiff DEALERSlyDRUGS these .lot.!.prncrpiet which fly off in vapor, or as an nil:"*'
BLUNT Counsellor.JAMG Jut Jla\'t my Passed Iii case of James Yoivn \! Vicey Yown, sue- tic ID. under heat are the very ttieutml meJieal ,..c. .Yihe
calhd the MEDICINES
to nnmcious Ml.dicne!piesented to ing for divorce in said Com Given under hand }'ebtissry ?, IS30. 5 3m PAINTS OILS root which rive tn it r '. I iu value.
I ? B. GAMBLE, A't., Talaha ald liquid which (Is f
mnre '
January 19,15:0. 2-y interest the introduction of the C'lrhalagrl into : Middle Circuit of Florida. im coloring m.iitrr in the root tbi) .
this 21st day of DePOhr. A. D. 1SI3. BRUSHES AND COLORS, from any thins else; they e.ia then strain this insiind or vpi.,
by and free
country yourself; :am to say thai no SAMUEL' C. BELLAMY. OJeik, [ Mirv. Elizabeth Fort, ) liquid sweeten wiin "onr nr"la.o.. and then call i ic -atK
Medicine elands so detervedly high as cMract SE.\L J Apothecaries' Glass Ware, &c. 3APARILI.EXTRACT or SYRUP. Rut ..
Tax Collector's Sale. of that invaluable your Bv NATHAN S. WATSON I' fj. r'. V 'ill for Partition of Land. article known as the .nca .utw

BY virtue of the authority vested! in me by law, It"'e f-cn its e\liaordinar. plant.: > efficacy In >,.iy;in orl the flmi'.v cure the Court
levied and will exu.et' 'for before TTappearing s.itisfactori'v i ;! Irt ( that Z.le-h.
1.111. Iii of
I C"ll I u\on.dlllr, i in Midjn! ( on the firiMandiv reij'iire mtd i case t the 1'ionchilis.and hoi For al I Complai nls wliicli) In Jackson County Circuit Court. L aria'i' C. Fi-it, I the defent.!. does not reside ill LEWIS & AMES.Talhhasaee This is so prepared that all the inert prupertta .f the K,r
lolJt prompt t on;;i purification if t the November lapanllit WMH lint
20, IS-17. ure ren.,1. ,
I' 18 every thuir c" hie rf hMonurt
'a Ordered ( '
i in .1 tine n?\ I he follow ingdrsciibed lands, blood, I deem >our Cancfialo na far, mrtf far AIpeiivr /- IN CHANCERY-FALL TERM, Nov. IS4'1. 'this State, hIJllh. Slate of Georgia acid or of (.'meDlali.a extracted and rejected-; then tveri
r lt nvii! thereof a* wil stisly|. I the Taxes due to and sill Mattha Eliza That the and Zich.iriah 'C. Fott, and oIl other( person particle o(medical virtue is M-ciirerf in a pure ;nd cnnctatntrtf;
any lIlt Sf"talarltl of the day, WhitingloD. ) i'h is ALEX. C. MORTON form ; and din" it is rtnolerellnelt
interested in I Ihe of 'tJrlililln |>hle of losm-jinf-fit.
'eri forth UMI 1"1 tit! : and with thrill all lain \\'I VIIIBWe -
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The:N E: 1 S.r 11. ,I. i R 'K N and E ; the S W J U I arqluillrr.J.. .MARSHALL. Obediah r* Whillington.( )> Djo!ce.Ep11raim sought: by this Hill, do appear and ansv.'er; ,he siid J\ 1l@1i'JJ::'V AT LAW must and|I"'healm erful agent properties in the firpared M this'It). it a made tto

.c6, Tl f, I 7, N E., belonging l to George A. 1. IT appealing to the satisfaction of the Court.by months Bill of 'Complaint frmn the dale, in hereof.this case filed, within :'hrce And\ Commissioner of Deeds for the Slates of Hence Cure the of innumerable diseases
reison hear
lehIt we
S re. cmuitifnd.itiont eterrnfr!
t'ROM AX KMIXKXT LAWYKK IX \ it in this c.i-i-, I that EphriamOlK-diah: Whit- Tennessee Florda and la its (1'0' by men. and chjdr.: ,,. W_ on
JOHN 11 \TTERSOX, XOUTJ The premises for partition! which (he Bill is .Mississippi.CCOKMCE 'lDen. riruJ it AMU'
\I'TOX I lington, the defcnd.ml, re-ides -jond] I lie jul rid i CI wonders in the core of *
Tav Collector for Midi.
1 1.-40.. 47 lm.; ._ NORTH \MPTO.V. Feb 7. IS-IO. and in the State of Gexr: ia : It in Ordtred. That the 'or parcels of land Iving- and being in (he County: Wj i r.L give i faithful attention to such business P1.4 I.VT and in ft 511;Lcw.s Tic.". JTCff'>T/f. FlLt*

-- pear Sir-I have Ion ; wisi rd I lo see Jo.u.lhat 1 said ]Ephraim: Obediah, ;Whittinzton. do a lp.f- ;- and Leon, Slate of Florida, to wit : 16 N W 4, Sect I ; may be entrusted to him, in the Courtsol the PLF.S COSTirFJfKSS., BLot /'Ht all;X. and CUT.iNlwt.SUPTIC"YS.itlfretiim,. >.rl-,n from ftJt

Tax Collector's Sale night give von an accui: accow.t ol the remaika- plead ans'ver,or demur to the said bill of complaint I W i N W 4. Sec SW; J S W 4, Sec 22 ; all in TIn Clultahooche" Circuit Georgia, composed of the IMPURITY OF TilE BLOOD.

viitue of the aulhoiily ,vested in me by law, |1. Lie cure of my lIlly daughter, of a \ iolcnt cage ol, within lour months, or the fai bill) will betaken I Nand W. Counties of M'iscogec, Harris Talbot Stewart and It poi.e".ei a marvellons efficacy in all mroi-Umn! An.in:('."
3Y scrofula. aln'oM It it further Ordered, That a copy of this orderbe bounties of Indention from .ftu'ify "/the St.matk. from mieo.-iat cirrnl
She is Russell
levied for be- now thiee ears of' age. In C pro ronjtsso' against, the defendant : ProciItd Marion ; and in the Macon and *
: tion. deteniiiniliun fflIilIaj
; to head.
1,1:1: : will'IISt 1,1. published once a week for the of two monthsin nlxtaiion| of the bran.
ire tIe! C' 'irt ; ie, i il Mtdivin.on th firt February la-t, putrid so es upon) lie lips, face, and Thai the publication of tiis.: order be made in in th space Harbour, Alabama.August cold feet and band,.cod! chills and tot Cubes otcr 1110.budi U

I }\O \Y i-i I"'I":!:;".\ the ilUnin; d Mrrin..; <.dwin I."d., made their. "lpC3nc': and iuciraed with sonic, public newspaper printed in this State once a some State newspaper aforesaid.printed : city of Tallahassee IS, IS 19. 32-Ctrl has not Its equal and eentla HI CM* and Cunght ; and I'....".ens;epectoration (-
lUhtful! rapidity ; also became week for the of I three months. prrsinntion, relaxing strictoro of tb*
or so ni'jeh: thereof as will ili-iy the Taxes tnc eyes *obadly period THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.1st hIMO.V TOWLE. MAirlASO D. SAPY lungs, throat and every other part
i'th.reoi for the >ear IM<*, to wit : ulcerated, that lo al appearance it could never GEORGE S. hAWKINS, Judge, fcc. 1SOO.( But In noihinK I. Us eicrHenc winre m-in'/eitly seen end 1C

The S i eland :'I E J ot l Se HI, I E J :W J of Sec a again !Ie l'e..tol't'll Cftitinucd: ,! for fix weeks, November I'Jth, 151t. February A (true, -Attest, TOWLE &. PAPY, kiowteded than FEMALE in all kinds and Jt.iee. of

.), W i S i E: |. S.c 3, T 1. R 7, :and 1: belonging t Ihe I cuhllcag almo ml t horrible sii ht, nnd I the hril ts JOhN MILTON, copv OSCAR .\. MYERS, Clerk. Attorneys nnd Counsellors at Law, It works wonders in ouesof CO\1PL\I i-'uur.llkmint TS Wls. tg. 'Ii;.:.

i EJ,v.irt. ttrvjn.Al. II he parents i broken. During the whole O' Solicitor for Complainant. FebiuarvO. 1S50. -1 2m Ik. W., O ,trutJ"Sujtprt'tett. or faimffi Mfmtt. Irr.Jii.

'1, W i, S E |, and E I, S W 3, Sec 2'5 t), T :, R 11, \NTITIES I I I but I thp disease \as lot alleged in Slnlt of Florida, ] I, Samuel C. Bellamy, Clerk Attachment.In : will attend the several Courts of the! By curia removln; all the obslructiuns f.rlll'J..f alary, nnd 7>u : "tllll\tint the -wnl
the lea t. Middle Circuit of Florida and the District Couilollhe r
While the dis in !
1..mj E., beloniii to J-.l.n Millfi.J.IHV \ at. was Mill at ils liviijlit, Jack-on County, 5 of the Circuit Court inj and It r tern it ,in. tone mid sutn-tlt to the whole bixtj- -till.!
11. IMPTER.(OX, I happened one day to call at the store of jour ic \ said County, do hcn-by cettity (hat the above is a Juiliee'.t Court Second Disliict, Leon County. U.S at Tallahas,1ee.11! business entrusted cnres all (unwa ofiVervous

Tai illector for Midi"on County. I'' gentlemanly agent in this place, and relating the true and corn'nt trarsrript of the original order pa!sd Charles T. Darby ) to their care will receive pioinpt attention. dinea rc and debility

NAven''r3t 1, I"HI. 41j "r manner in which our child. was atlhcted, he advised (' in age Mirtha Eliza Whiltinglnn vs. Epraim Obe v.*. > Amount of Debt.'j.'iO 00.Tha.1I1 K- OHicein the Capitol. and thus prevent or relieves it gre.u vnrirtT or other nulnifin
I me to make trial February 17, IS J!. 7 as Sfimol trritatita.ettrtfta, 4t. t'lt'u' Waiter, Sm.mf
I your CaChalaA13. I look but diah Whillinslon, .iuinz for divorce. D. Van Horn. ) Epileptic }'I". (...,."'U. ke.

Hamilton: Tax Sale. I Il" ole b'ttlle, having no ( ( t, cominen- Given under my hand and pi i\atl neal, there being rplIE defendant and all others interested arc here- It clenn'es the blood. exciie the liver I. hetflhr *ctin.. kme
redwivinj;! it aocordinz to your direction ftoppin jo seal of office, this 2bt t day of A. D., I L by notified ol the commencement of this suit MEDICAL NOTICE. tka ttoiimch. and gives go>d dipr tion. relieves the bowels' nt I
> V tirtns of the reed: in me by l:4\. all other medicines .it and i in returnable torpor nod coniiipntuw. .ill.tts, inflinmution. pur.fi tbt skin.equalises .
power once, ju.t five da\s' I the 151'). by attachment to a Justice's Court lo be the circulation nf tk* Wo..l. frt.laemg r ntle wannilt
) shalL f-\po for sale, before the. Court ll(-swelling; visibly decreased the ulcer began to heal SAMUEL C. BFf.IY. INk, [SE.lh' ] held at Tallahassee on the l'lh day cf Ff'b'"Jry.A. Dr. Charles T. Darby equally alt over the bo..". and the insensible prnpmtina, lit j

\vt, in the town of J''j'rlamilton County.. FLI and she improved rapidly for three weeks, and In our !\ I D. C.\ D. 1j0. tnd to appear and pk-ad to (lie sime. : to the public in sen- laies all strictures and lihlll.. remotes all .hairucts.,,. 11I4iD1'i.r.1e1

id*. 01 the first ., Ie't. (l IS'i'l.' )) heiiig; very great joy was appaiently cuied-loss than two January :'i.: 1':0. .11 3m Given under my hand and seal, this 13th day of RESPECTFULLY"announces located himself in The medicine tb.entire nerroos "YIIrWo Is not thi*then j
he*}J day of that uvnth the de bottles been ed. Namin this you prc-cmincntlr nerd j
toll.n\in >ciibedropfjty having l< ; case to some December 1S4U. Mouticello, Florida, and will be found at all limes, "
or si much thereof as will be sufficient '1' of our incredulous fiiends. they seemed to think that Middle Circuit of Florida. EDWARD M. WEST, [SEAL.] unle.s (Uufessioiwlly engaged. Strict attention \ill rior But article can any T This of lhee Y'mnir thing nixn's be aul linnid.f i i.:.nut P. Town'cnd'ui he tr.

'a! the Slate and County Taxes due thcreoo for the the cure must have been elected by the l e of the GADSDEN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT. Ju-tice of the Peace. be paid to all professional calls. I COMPARED WITH TilE OLD DR-S

ear IS 19. to wit : SARSAPARILLA, and( it was n< t eny, under the December 15, IS f 19. 4D 3m May 5, IS.IV. IS because of one r.R.CT., that the on. is l.NCAPABUC
TheV4iftheSW1ofecIT1Rl3S\ I rirtlm"tancei. to argue agaiiit t blat' opinion: nUT I Chancery.. or DtTLRIORATION, and

md Eurpoitn| : to belong to William J. :1 il". NOW FOR TiE PROOF. When thc child appeared I-aLdl Ward, ) Notice. GEO. "" IIUTCHINS while the other DOItf)NEVER: in*- ftrmcmtinf.SPOILS, asd Hrrnr Attfte

WILrV 'lo be perfectly cured we giving her jour > Bill for Divoice. it into fmcmenis the
stoppet months alter dale, I will apply to the Hon. containing! ; sonr acid Ixjaid eip.-
Tav Asiessorand Co. extract, supposing all was ; lut in IwenIJ'.li'edals t Edward 1'. Ward. ) SIX AUCTIONEER dtn. and dtmagm other g.saIe r Must n4 t this homhie ram
e of Probate for the Count of Jeflerso"* for
21. 1S19. 40 I pound lie poisonous to the sy"Uu "'/Ia,' put acid ntt *
o\tmb'r t"im the same eruptio-is running at Iheoye, and IT having been made to to the satisfaction of
appear rr.i-ion
letters administrator
ot of
( AndrrsonSnced
as T.lLJ-lfl.lSSEK, FLA. ryttcm already distuned mitk aeiil What cause Dy'pe|>sia but
swelling to return. We waited 'live to J. the Judge of this Cowl affidavit lilt d
days duly
began by late of said County, deceased. acid Do ne not all know that whenfo.nl lIOn, in our sum
MRS.P DMILLY see if it would amount to any thing erious. I It increased among t the papers in this causetliatthe( said Edwa d WILLIAM! SNEED. REFER TO /. achs. what mi-chiefs it produce* fl.ituence henrtborn. palpitation ;
rapidly as bctore. We again commencedirivinjjhcr F. Ward, the defendant in the above Iillresi4es out Jefferson October [C"HS. H. UONP: J. \ARGYI.E:, D. C. WILSON, of the beart liver ciUint. iti"rrh rn. dtoi"rr. coin
County, 20, li 19.t I Om and cnrruption of the blood' 7 IVhat is erofal but aa sail
jour Ipdiilt and in live das, (the same 01 (his District, and beyond the limits; the State F. II. FLGr.s. 1100"0:0. anti J. T. ARCHER. humor in the body T What pMduoM aU lh. hunors whirl

period of time aslefore.) she began to grow letl'r. of Flolita. and in the State of Alabama : March 10,1-,1'j. 10J. bring on Kroptionsof: the skin, cnld' Head. S.ilt Khenm. Kr--
and in about aain. / hereby Odelll. That the said defendant be Co-Partnershir. sipeias. White Melltncs, Kever Sores and nil uUerMmn* Internal
wel .
and externnl It I is nothing nndvr heaven but aa eitsabttncce.
day to t this, I the child has perfectly well. required! to appear andanswerhii t Dill of Complaint TilE .miihcritwrs having ocidtfd tliemq.lves t"- L. SHIELDS 31. P. J. S. BOND, 21. P which s..n"and thus sptitU a4l the ffuiirs tI( tie i
ECTFULLY My father, Isaac Hodges, of North Adams Mass., within three rrm and in defaultthcirol. her i ill the .\ POTI1 EC A RY LiNE OF BUSINESS -- body. more or les... \Vbal causes Rheuinati u. but a sour al .
TENDERS her tlunki her
to a PHVSICIAX, cime to see us with I the intention o (Ihe said Bill shall be taken pro confrMOagainst under the firm of NASH & TAYLOR, respectfully Drs. SHIELDS & BOND acid fluid which iniinunles it-rlf hetneon-*>Mnw aadh j
friends .n'lt the public lur the liberal where. irnLitmj and intl.uinnp the delicate tissues whiP:
\ lenelaly solicit the ol the citizens upon
for her. but as wo were using medicine t the said and I the cause patronage gene
has and for prescribing jour det.udant shlle II actsT So o( nervous dkiense*. of impurity of the bt nl .
Citron a
a oi-n-
5e "ht recel'ed with success, and (the child improving rapidly.he sir lot' hearing : Turn nl t the rally. Ihev have ordered and are experting inalew'days | HAVING associated themselves together in the deranged l 1elllulw s.and nearly all tn. ailments which am.o! !
tiflUade of the same, lhe rajconfide-itlv sa\ I that tortJiecoming a general assortment of MEDICINES.tc. of Medicine, Sunsery &.C., offer their honitn nature. .
did not condemn it, but left his own prescription Court in said County of Gadodcn,on the thiid Mon
reason, unusually 8'rict: a'lention willbujriven to be used in case your Extract: failed.. We had no day in May next : Prodded, That publication ol of the be!l ou.ility. They intend to sell none but services to the citizens of Quincy and Ihe surrounding to Now use thisSOLi.uNU I. it not oornble to mike aad sell,aSs! illft.I" vw' i
to her ou-iness. Her table hall not be
occasion it and I he this Ordei be made ; such as are :ooe/ country. .
fo am fire now recommend sonic public published FERMENTING ACID COMPOUND1
} !$ed by any of this place.the Hunters winter mil the be continually'employed jour medicine in similar call'wi!. in this State once a week for newspaper the peiiud of Their more is opposite) 'the Court House on Monroe _( '_iincy.___Auznst_ 'n 11_, _!tSP__ _.. ____ _31_____ OF S. P. 1OW.NSKND.:

during .or willJ.mc Your obedient "waui, three months. I-Vbruarv I l*>!0. street, adjoining (the Post Office Thomas Jeff. Heir and yet he wonld fun have it nndertimNl that Old I 1w. JacOb
Jf the fret and (lr (the f feathered fowl of f HORACE J. HODGES. THOMAS BALTZELL Judge.A MILES NASh, Towniend's Oenntme tmgtnitt SirtHptr&i is an IMITATION

!2'\11. J UNI US L. TAYLOR. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW or his inferior |frr11911| :.'
tatetof tor ooara ana nonrd and lodging -- biue copy-Altest. llea-ren &oid that we Iwi.ild deal in an article which .sU
charges R. C. LESTER, Clerk. Dpt''mber'HtSIJ 50CabinetMaking. practice in the Ciicril Court in each bear the most di.fmt resemblance in f. P. Townwnd's aatidiandwhich !
day, week, month or ear. .hall lie satisfactory WILL
per ) > should brin* down the Old
upon tr.suchausaiaialisad
February .>, IfeSQ. 3m of the Middle Ciroit, and in the Supreme -
to her patronsA New York Sept. ]M, IS.S. : ucoilainus and cninin.itiun from \senu w ho have oW.
stable, with a good ostler, is attached.September29 To Frederick.A. Gas'. I>|I' : State of Florida. Court and United! States District Court a and purehaaer who have used s .PTo a end* r :RM ATIA6
K subscriber taken the Tall r2s9'r.
b4' US Cm Sir-I comply with g-: ;. ..
___ _u___________._ __ ____ __ My DC3 in cheerfully with the jour request GADSDEN: CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. .1 Shop and Ware-IJ-min recently( Monticello, January 29, S-JS. 2S 8.We P. Townsend'i wish it ondentTMul: becnn-t* it it the al,. ml, tntk. tint
acknowUdgina, others I L"le.li article unit Old I),.Jncsb TnwnMnJ'5.faaparilla
General Orders. which I have derived from I he use of jour & Dorothy Scott, } _- occupied by Mr. Gerard Vingerhoets, --- arc kmetn-vide apart and tfjiinleiy J, *imgr; tint
Canchal.igua"or California Plant. Itscflecls vs. > Bill for Divorce. i is prepared lo Manufacture kinds ol Cabinet Fur- CARAWAY SMITH,] [W. S. DILWORTH, they are unlike in every pmicuUr, *ring not one sinI. IbIS!

EUCtTIVF DJPART u:>T.l my t>.I'1 are evident and gratif ing, and have up.on Reuben Sot.IT } niture, and has now on hand good a.snrtmentwliich MUYiHJ & )iL1MATTORNEYS In As common.S. P. Ti>wnenii U no doctor and never was. .
Tallalia*, l'\brunry I Is'iO SAN will be sold low for cash. GEO. DAMON.
ftt satisfaction of Ihe Court, by ehenmt no phannaceoiiit
induced me recommend its useio my friends; and appearing knnwa m> nwre of medicine or d1 I
election is hereby ordered to be hcd in the I am pleased to assure you that in no instance haveI aflidaut in this cau e filed, that Reuben Scott, the Furniture( repaired at the shortest notice anti on AT LAW ease than any other common, unscientific. onprureuiiMi.il RsSL I

Division of the Florida, Militia, on the been disappointed in its elcaCy. I do not hesitate defendant in this cause, resides beyond the jutUdic- ipasonable terms. January 19, 1S50. 2 Cm MONTICELLO, FLORIDA.July genuine what fratif scientific can nirdicine.the public containing have that all they the are, rtzeoIbe rrceiwrt I

Jirct Monday in April next at the place* appointedfey in my confidence in its medicinal qualities lion of (this Court, and out ol the Slate of Florida : articles med in preparing it.and which are incapable m'chats"which
law for the election County Olficerii, lor a MajorGeneral ,and to state that I believe be found lo bean It it Ordered, That the said Reuben Scott do appear, T lS Quincy Male and Female Academyre.opened ?, IS-J!. 27. might render them the ACE.\TS of bieaaeMnIerni"lienliL |
j to command lid Di\'ilion. to fill the vacancy in if"i demur to said Bill of Complaint January "Jlh.( The recond session -
excellent remedy most diseases of the answer, or But
Ilead. will June Glh. Students enter at eNeshonM be experted from whaknu'w'b i
General Jesse commence may one
occasioned the A. E. MAXWELL
by liver a-iJ kidncjs, in pulmonary affections, and also three months or said Bill will be taken pro time during the and, after the sct'ond'e'k Inc ewiip.tratively of medicine or disease i It require* P"1"of
Carter. in the purification of the blood, &c. That jour confcsfio against said deendant. and that the cause any lear some eiwrience| to cook and serve up even a comnma fccentiieal.
fAii r FlMIW: AT
ofthe session will be from the LAW .
charged only
Olliccrs! commanding Brigades, Regiments, Hat t31. hid it in the introduction! of (his invaluable plant be set (for hearing next Term ol' (the they How much ni.re inii rLtct 1s it that the persons who L*
iln1 and Companies, within the limits of aid Division be is the sincere wish of Gadsden Court May next : And it further Or- time 01 entering. Board may be had at prices varying WILL attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir lucture medicine, desijned f-r

alf hereby required to carry into cf.llhis order may Yoar.apprecaled. R. H. WINSLOW. dti cJ. That this 1 Order be published in some public from $'> to $10' per month. For further particulars ( or Office over S. F. Borticy's Store. shouts WEAK(
ti'Itrfy. > i rtm plADis.
be obtained pn
within their respective commands, lak returns I fjtj- a description of California newspaper printed i in I thil State once a week for t three see printed catalogue, may Tallahassee, Oct. 27, ISJ'J. 42 janner of tttunng and cmirenuating| their he arcordin to law. wilh interesting infoimation in months. Februaty 3,1S50.THOMAS by application to N. H. STEWART, also as extensive knuwle.ljr of the v n..ns diseases which *
i It al.o ordered that those person who acted' as ,tolhe CANC relation BALTZELL, Judge.I. Jan. 2<), 1S-V 3 Principal. S. S. KNIGHT, the tinman sysms,,an4 ti>iw to ailitpi remedies tu lbse diM* **;
I >{ALARCAitHiemaikableefTic9cyand I It Is to arrest ir.iuil upim the tmrortunatr. tp..ur (Mini IBM
Inlletor.ol the elections held in October ultimo cures, are GIVEN AWAY at the AGENCIES.Sold : FERGUSON, Jr., Solicitor. Notice. Wholesple i Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer wounded humanity to kindle li.ve In the despaino bol' '.(
Military Officerf, also ac a Inspector A true copy Attest, ntture health and blo is. and v.e-r: ,ni< the crushed anti bio-
ol the elect' ion Above by LEWIS &AMES, I U. C. LESTER, Clerk months after date, I shall present my accounts TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.TrEEPS ken anil a,banish Infirmity thai UI.D L'LJ CUBTUVT%SCA"
or"erP. Agents, Florida. SIX baa SOUGHT and I'OU.N U the opportunity and means hi trial
shah be the duty holding Talahasset February 9, I 1S50. 3m vouchers to I the Honorable Court of Probates his
.Urm.-I :
in the various Company topivetendajn October C, J 1849. ( (for (the County of Leon and ask for a final set constantly on handand offers for sale at a Grand Universal Concentrated
Dilrct" : JL\_ small advance on cost, for cash all the
notice thereof, tit three mOlt t In Leon Circuit tlement and discharge as Executor of the last will standard Reined

public places in lid District. P. P. LEWIS Cour. and testament of William Turner deceased. articles in his line. Flours of approved qua!- within the reach,and ti the knowlrdii y of all who need ittht
THOMAS BROWN IN CHANCERY.Caleb MATHEW TURNER. ilies-Sugars, Coffees, Teas Bacon, Hams Pork, they way learn ansi know, by >ivful vipenenee. Iu

Governor and Coninsunder-in.CFsief. CUBOSON DSNTflST a II. Blood, Complainant, February 2,1>50. 4 Cm Soap Candles. Lard and all similar articles-together Transcendent Power to Heal.

Februarys 2, J.:o. '4 te determined to change his location from vs. with Fruits, Irish Potatoes Onions, Nuts Sold wholesale and retail hy

HAVING Ga. to Tallahassee, Fla., would David P. no ue. Adm'r. of C. C. Hall, &, and Notice. Raisins Figs Almond-r,and all other articlejusually 'ni oi isoc. SKILLMAN I & CO.,
Pain; vi. found in siirilar establishment
] Killer. his (he Charles Mapes, et al, Defendanti.TT .
respectfully professional Ecmces.to subscriber having fitted the TANERY
TIlE up Slorenex'( door above G. II. Meginns3cn! Monroe 102 Nassau street, New York.
supply of Perry Davis' Pain h'illerjust citizens of this and the surrounding country. He appearing by affidavit made in (this cause that this place known as Baker's Tan ard, has street.

AFRESH and for sale by will visit Monlkflo. M.Jison. and ThomuviJe.Ga. JL the said defendant, Charles Mapes, resides out o! now on hand and will keep all kinds ol LEATHER April25, {1849. 17 ly And by LEW IS & AMES,

T. WHITE & CO., Agents.. ., where prepared to pro. the Stale of Florida, but in the United Stales : It *.t (for sale ; and will have fine BOOTS and SHOES Agents, Tallahassee.

November 1', tSl9. 45Bagging o los.Mon. in all its vario'iabrancbes.hoping horn many Ordered, That the said Chailes Mapes do appear and made to order. He has on hand a superior article of April 21. 1S49. 16- ly
years experience in I the science to be able to give en- plead or answer the bill of complaint filed in this doubled.soled NEGRO SHOES. He would here return GEO. H. BESTWICK,

tire ndlislaction. All operations will be warranted. cause within four months from the dale of the firstpublication his thanks to Ihe citizens of Gadsden and Ihe Wholesale & Retail tiroeery & Provision Dealer, Blacksmithing.G .

SALT for sale hyMcNAUGHT Ladies waited on at their residence.llefrrencesIrs. of this.older or the said bill will be taken adjoining Counties for their past patronage and say TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. substantial, and cheap Blael,iuHhin
ROPEIND ORMOXD. D. A. Brandon, A. W. Preston, for confessed against him : Provided, That a lo them that he will continue to manufacture( Leather hand, aud for sale at Ihe all kinds done at the Shop near my Stable, '
Januarys, 1S50. & S. S. Adams, J. H. Hill, Rev. P P. Smith, Thomas copy of this order be published in some newspaper Boots and Shoes at his old stand in Gadsden KEEPS t cash price, for cashall the article, in cupicd bist year by Wilier & Brokaw.

,Newport ville.Dis.j I published in Talabaspe. for the space of lour County near Qnincy. He will be glad at all limes his line business. Flours of best 1 (qualities Susar; January 21), IS-tO. 3 A. A. FlSHE1
Notice. W. J. Brinson and J. H. Pope Madison Court mont his. exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark
Coffee, Teas Bacon hams Soap.Candles Nuts, Rai

SIX month. after dale, the undersigned will apply lou>-e.Office at Mrs. J. L. Demillj's. Dated November THOMAS S, 1S49. BALTZELL, J ge. Hides QC:>- Good crippled Boot negro and Shoe boys makers, or his own of steady paper.habits, sins. Lard, Whi key, and all other articles usually 8. S. Knight

the Hun. Judge of Probate for Leon County October 13, IS49. 40 Gm A true copy from t the original. can have employment. found in similar establishments. All persons want WILL continue business at his old stand, 'whl'
for letters of dismission from the Estate of Arthur OSCAR A. MYERS Clerk. w. H. MCMILLAN. ing to purchase any of the above articles, are respectfully hopes to wait on such of his lends as na.'e

Uurney, cn. deceased. Tin Manufactory. November24.l649. 46 4m Tallahassee,February 2, 1810. 4 ly2ETNA invited to call and price them before buying heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, prcw*

JOHN S. HART, E, 'r. elsewhere. ing that all shall have good articles at lair prices.
S ISJO. TTAVIiIG engaged additional workmen we are Store formerly occupied by L. & H. Greenberg
35 6m 17
September Attachment. INSURANCE COMPANY April 38.1S49.
_L1 prepared to fill all orders in our line in a U. Co.corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets.

urompt and satisfactory Y manner. All orders from II Justice's Court/or 2 Dinlrict of Leon County. HARTFORD CONNECTICUT. May 12, IS4J. 19 -
Notce.SIX I the country will receive immediate attention. A'liberuldiscount Agent and Trus- T>UILDINGS, Stocks and Cotton in Ware-house Fore Sulphate Quinine.
month arerdalel.hal apply to the Honor- given to mercha At and dealer Jrancsl. wile Mary E. Flagg, ] Amount debt 13 insured against loss by fire. A Valuable TractOF rTlHE subscribers have on hand two hundred afl''

Jcdge of.Prohate for Ihe Count) ol T WHITE& CO. vs. }\ 825 00.( LEWIS & AMES, J. fitly ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which the?

*Jefl>roa foi :ctycischarge I one ol I the Administrators June 9, I&49. 23 Protection Insurance Company of January 26, 1850. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. LAND IN MADISON COUNTY FOR SALE.T have obtained direct from the manufacturers, cd

of William Bellamy: Isle of said C".unlv, de- New j WILL sell at private sale, the tract of LANDteJ. ; they will warrant it to be a superior article. .

etd SMITH SIWKINS. Fruits, &c. Jersey.defendant and all others interested( sre here- Garden Seeds. longing to the estate of the lite John J. Boyce. We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Neel

-JeTIerson CcHoly. January 19. 3651l. O, Cm ORANGES, THE notified of the commencement of tbll suit A LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS U I i is conveniently and advantageously situated containing cines by recent aniraU, and are prf pared to esfco"

-- -- --- RAISINS LEMONS, by ,ttturnbe to a Justice's Court to be JLX just received (from the celebrated garden of G near one thousand acres of hammock oak, orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or ret tSl

. Notice. ONIONS, atachmenf at *, 18th day of March, A. R. Garretson,on Long Island. For sale by and hickory and pine land,wilh about 300 acres now on the most accommodating terms. ."
APPLES. in cultivation.( Buildings and for the most We have also a few account due to us iO' '
and plead to I he LEWIS & AMES. pastures
will D. 1S30andto appeir .1
months apply \v Hoonr- IRISH POTATOES, 13mt.Given '
;S IX able Judge aferhte,1 for the County of Wash.jnTIofl MACKEREL in half barrels and kilts, under my hand and seal, thll the bl t day of January 5, 1SSO. 52 part good. Persons desiring to remove to Florida, year 1847. They generally in sma1lsm0 it.wcuJd?. g";
invited but
are to call and examine for themselves. if the whole could be paid, shortly.
(tor letters of.dismission f from the adminisiia- PICKLED BEEF TONGUES, Decemltr,1829.EDWARD received and for Terms b1e'. far towards SUITS which we cw -
M. sale three barrels Rife Her. l'easun liquilatlngceitain
; of IbeesUte of Wat hew Tucker, deceased. Just received and for sale by UL JUST JOHN C. McGEUEE. LEWIS AMES;
by S. S. KNIGHT.
lon HENRY (WEAL.Janouj JOHN McDOUGALL. Justice of the Peace. .
It IS 50. 2 February IG 1S50. 6 tf 3* ISIS J
5 ISM. 02 3m January April .
'. isie.: 52 Cn Decembers, 1St! 00 January ,