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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 30, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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BY HILTON & DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FA., SATUDAY" MARCH 30, 1850. \VOLUME IINO 12, ., .. .


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: OF MR. E. C.'CABEIL, that southern melt evince alarm and excite jnent on making common cause with you, we shall do all we national strength as i is exemplified by (the Listoiy of g>, regvdjcss. of all threats, for some just. aafl,and enemme, We frar.und would avoid them. 'Ib..
SECI: this subject i It is t this which gives buds ab;oibinginlftfst can: to get you out I: it. ir1 I feel that in approach. Ireland and Ul.ina. We hear northern men boast- certain means for its final extinction." S&uthmay'od..wn in the Wedunot court
A OF FLORIDA, to questions now cngiiging our attention, ngtlnsquestion, I hall know no My interests ing of the great increase (their struggle.
parly. population. They The sentiment of t the peopled the northern 1le: tl.i danger, and these possible, and even probably .
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HOUIE Of KKmEIKNTATlVES, that finds itself unable t lo with t the ailod.lti"nJ affiliation aftection, tell u* of filly t thousand
I IN THE Congress f proceed my my mj (foreigners becoming citizens( is against( us. 'rhere is among them, an abhorrence calamitiex.! ( lint the fear of theism WIlL. never deter MA
MARCH!. 5. J&50, ordinary business clf t the country. are with the South. The peojle..r the South are ofsome of (their States in a single jear. and exclaim, of slavery. Gentlemen heie, and their State legislatures from maintaining the riglit. A brave man stop

This deplorable state 01 things Mr. Chairman, ny people, their gods halbe my gods,their fate "See how wonderful prosperous we are !!' Does speak of it as a national disgrace" which nsl calculate the he-n his lamrr,
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Whole the state of Ilic Un consequences
InCommittecofthe on has not come unexpectedly to many of u*, It was my fate. If they come out of Ihe I struggle in which this accession! add to (th ir posperily ? Their almsliois's bound to blot as'it be 'oie Ins
they our
President. are so soon can or rightare assailed!, before he seeks to vindicate
ion,on the Message communicating foreseen, foretold, and deprecated by every Wl.i: hey are engage.! triumphantly, I shall rej.uccith become filled with( paupers, and their poor consistent with t their obligation tos'mppcr( I the Con- himc i

the constitution ol Caliloima. -f member vf the last and the preceding Congicss.Theenliie hem ; if tIle) go down, ard ruin over' hem them,1 I lists( alarmingly increased. Sir, I do not believe sti uti III. How long will it be before)OU may amend I sfe, sir.the time allotted to me has ncariy expir-. .-

Mr.CABELL said : Whij party warned the country ot the shall be involved in (the same common rllln. The then are a dozen paupers in my whole State. Nowhere the Constitution ? Free Slate after free State, as )e.a. ed. I r grit that il is nut in my pnvitr .
It i is danger to result from I lime acquisition ol Mexican ter- cause of (the South i is the cause of ight and justice. is tl.ere.o mush individual toexpres.m
Mr. CHAIRMAN : perhaps a well, or better happiness, a. a- rail them, are (lo be admitted. You, and your legislature ) views on Ihe subject iminediait-lv before the committee _
forme, thai I date not, till now, succeeded 1 in accomplishing ritory. Hut, sir, unfortunately, our counsels \\ere It is the( cause of the country, and appeals to the patriotic moig the( southern people. We have numbers -, declare tint )ou are "against t he .admission! -ihe admission of California*into the Union.

my wish toadires! ,the committee on not heeded, The late AdminUliation ru.hed reck- and! constitution-loving of every section of the i enoiih for all political purp -sea-enough to insure of anolherslaveholdingSlaleiritolLc( ( Federal Union.! 1 shall avail ms
the "absorbing question of the etty." Much that J lei>ly c n in its mad caieer of conquest, regardless Jnir.n I Ihe respect( of other Governments. This point having You have already avowed jour purpose to do indirectly :. In conclusion, Mr. Chaiiman. I can only say, that

i de to nay, )h.:been better said l,y oilier gentlemen cunC'quences.V e have acquired foreign territory. What do we of the South a-k ? We have fought beet attained, I think it would be better fur us to re- what you may not dodhcctly, and will jou the southern people will resist to the last extremi(
ire but it at the risk of ious Confederacy. for, and are to pay for, the territory acquired fom serve our country ''Irour own c.li/ens( and their
'bi nlcrtain \'ic\ oimtlar' to my o\\non : is our own gloi wait to amend (the Constitution, when you get the (ty" thcdoclrinc that the powers and functions ol ihe
I .' The Union is rocked to its centre and all the Mexico and we merely ask that "we may not be chi liren. Can you t that I ite, m ibet | .
the subject of slavery) and I the' rights of the very ; say ty,uiliroperty, power of numbers in both houses cf Congress? It is General Government must be mired to assail, and nMlo ;
4. South"' Particularly hal my friend liora Georgia, wiMlom, and all the patriotism ot the bc. men of excluded from its cnj-vment. We cannot go.unit s< are lore secure with you than with US: Is the happiness getting to be a favorite doctrine, that in our Government ptotecf their rights,interest',and property. However

'bo.itilea' me, [Mr Too>iB',]anticipatcd I the c\ out country, are u-quirrdto Fave it from destruction.The you permit us to take our properly nilh us ; and we of (the present inhabitants increased by the (, (the will of the majority i is supreme." It has much w e m .) desire better safeguards for our

!ion my opinions!, in Sub verj able speech re- evil day which was predicted, has come. The contend that Congress, with its limited powers, can influx of foreign population( ? When we look to the been said t that many clauses (IheCon.-ititution, con- future security," we se k no remedy outside of"

l centlj rr deliveied! -the sentiments( ot which I endorse danger is upon us, and we bhould meet it as patiiDs not, and, with any powers, should not, exclude is.As povv acquired by strangers to our institutions, are let upon Congress the power lo abolish slavery in the CONSTITUTION," s-o long as it is respected in its

and adopt. In what 1 may say, I thall trdeavor | not as "arti ans. Let us look not moos isluhlyi well nay we say I that, because policy requires yourGovernments better( -tnoie pure, or more 8e- the Slat 6. May not I the gentleman from IVnnsylvania letter and Ha spiiit. We are content with its

to wear) the Cll.nrlll' bj a detailed aigumcntcf i into t the past," but anxiously at t the picsent and that: we should do all in our power to increase the cur-.thau with us ? Is there Hut something alarming have hinted at (this, when he declared (that the and ask no protection (hams that we guaranties find
lot into the Peiils uiround us on hand.Particularh' opulalion of I Ihe iiewl .ilCllui red territory, none but ii the( disposition wesee honorable Senators may .
points midtf by ;ellltmel! luluie. every among governments of the( slave Slates were not republican, under its sheltering wing. % stand by I he
is there to t the soul Isci States. mail icd men shall he alli \ed (to goto it. Or, bccauso -candidates fin the Presidency to contract
I While the IIou.e wal in a state of dicorganiza-i ilion I danger is pander to but tlt.potisms.Vbt.n we compare abolitionism, our fathers made for us. So long as (the spiiit of
,from its inability to elect a pro-tiding officer., Tlicirsalely, and the foundations t>civil society it is again! |hcdicute of humanity toexpose thi"l\ But, sir, I cannot dwell longer on this now, with what it was fifteen years ago is the fear that contract is observed, we shaU never look to itu -

I was prevented (by the adoption of a resolution lOon! them, ere thicalencd. This is no timclor pcri women and children to (the i ligors and hardships: ( of sub j en. unreasonable, that the northern people may be induced dissolution as a remedy for existing evil*. 4

I topping debate. Irom giving the reasons which in. onalor party crimination. The questions involvedrise : a frontier life, no man shall carry with him his wifeor You, gentlemen of t the North, denounce slavery, to l believe it their duty to guaranty a republican Regarding (the Constitution and the Union 34 one, _

me t3 de l.na"11 act with the Whig party in far above all party considerations. Southern t Ills d.1u hlels. Or, because we bi-lievc t that the and tej us it ought to he abIisbet.'oui wish to form of government to every Stale in the nowhere is it held in gtch high reverence as among

duce cl Speaker.At men should now be banded together as one man, in collection of masses of men in manufactui,ing(towns" exterminate" it. But lOll will not siifTeroun emancipated Union," as required by the Constitution and abolish the people of ihe( southern Spates. They _

the commencement of the last Con rt !, I had defence 011 their honor and their constitutional lights has an anti-republican tendency, that the men who slavest go among you. Members of (the the despotism of slavery. Perhaps r gentleman is the minority in (lh Government, and look compose to the :

cheerfully voted for I the actomplichrd Heprtsenta-, -their individual, State, ;and sectional interests. are to occupy this I territory shall not carry machinerywith last Congress "ill recollect: the declarations of a gentleman "showing (the hand of the North" too soon, in this Constitution as their shield and their ptotechion.r ._ -

tire fr< m th4 ely of lio'ton Fur this my politic I must t here be permit cd to express my abhoircnce them, nor establish manufactures. Or, because ( from Ohio, (Mr. S.wEn,) who, was as firm r They regard il as the palladium ol their right and _

ppoue/J): at home availed me. I' did not excuse, of the c.-ourse pursued by certain partisan editol s,\ho agriculr III al and I'.t ural puisuits are most congenial and decided an advocate of southern rights, as we case.Mr.. Chairman, tbe southern people will lesist the liberties. Never will /A/ylay violent or *acrile -

but jsttidod wysell, 'tot I Ji ichat teas ',t. My profess to advocate southern lights i and) interests, I to libeity, none shall go but those who are thus en have ever had from a non-slavtholding State. Hut' consummation nfthe( fatal measures which I have lous hands upon it. They ?love it,t for the thousand _
r There gaged. Or, because: ilascry tends to i independence of he told us that if we set our slaves free, of them .
constituents sustained me. They all expected me and to desire union among southern men. none spoken. Some of our statesmen recommend retaliation endearing associations attachipg lo it. They cling '
to vole ft* Mr. U'IXTHROP again. IJjcl I so, are some lucn wlmi-e s-ouls rsnrtt embrace tl.eir thought, feeling, and action, and tho"e who hold should go In his State. Three hundred t thousand ( and a suspension of intercourse( with Slates, lo it as their surest hop'e. "
conc and bo have aboe their I their fellow-men in bondage, nceir can be come tleeml'l\ of Ohio would line the banks of the Ohio which themselves in _
there would haa been no complaint me.Vith couutiy, \\ not an aspiration place hostility tp us. I express Gentlemen of I Ihe North, respect (the Constitution.
\ the Whig parly ,,1! my State, Mr. WINTHROP party. Who is not struck with this, in reading the slates, the interest and perpetuity of the Republic river to receive t hem on I the points ol"I I heir bayonets, no opinion of (the propriety of Ihiscourse. A member Carry out the princ-plea of {hat sacred instrument in

a great fvuritcuo Can from a non-slave- Washington Union newspaper ? 1 have not time demand that slavery should be established! and. and) drive I them from his State." You will not receive of time Legislature cf Georgia, proposd to make. the spirit in which it was fraued. Love (the Union, ,

I holding State us much so. They would have been to do more I than to refer to t this paper. The pel son I lies efure, I hat none but slaveholders shall 1 be allowed them when they go among you with our assent. it penal los an attorney of that State, to collect a as we c4 the South do-the hallowed Union of our _

pr.iified, it I could have cit authorized to cast tn\' who \\litt's its editorial, sei-m to lute no other object to occupy (the I territory. I You only take hem to )our hearts |v\hen they ab- debt due lo a citizen of such State, or for a Georgia common fathers; -a Union of liberty and equality,"

rote for him. With! the ience of the last can-* than to make;'a,'>/ capita of the questions we Admit this power, sir, and there is no limit. I I cond from their tna-lers. Your people will s eal, sheriff to levy an execution for such debt, but to not a Union to be made an instrument of wrong and _

ass, the Democratic party exp(1 would not again have are now so anxiously considering. Professing a desire have no doubt of the constitutional. right of the but will nt t accept!|hem as a gift. Northern men leave (the parties to their remedy before! the Federal oppression. Then may we, and our children, and

ventured charge me with want off to the to unte; the South," he wantonly charges the southern peorle III go, with their propelty, to all I who seem (to be most sensitive on this s-ibject, are court. You tecollecl (Ihe holy horror with which our children's children, proceed, hand in hand together

Sauth. 1 was lot, therefore, influenced a1)'t aw'I fear President of the United Slates-the choice of the en- I the territories of| I the United Staten, and of( I the duty (those who prniess to take the sacred Scripturs for this mad. revolutionary proposition"; was regarded in one common pathway boundles-g _
pros-
embarrassment at home. I regret I that I could not tire Whig party of the South-with countenancing, ol I this Gores unsent to/w/reHliein t in I tie enjoyment their rule of moral artion. Let me rite them a single ; and yet t, sir, the proposed Georgia law was but parity, cheered by the hopeful prospect of a still
it the lesolutionsof (he New of (that vroiei((3. We tard by (the Constitution, pa!sase from t the Old Testament : if
give ray support to a gentleman between whom and not advising, incendiary canning out the spirit, not a transcript, of the brighter anJ happie-r future. JMny THIS UNION
there exists the kindest feelings of personal! York Legislature, and olhcia of siinilin character winch guarantees equal tighls to all. The peopleof Hut Abram said onto Sarai, Behold, tin'maid is New York law, on the subject of fusitive slaves- be yerpelual." .

mel) hip.Thi with taking to li.s: bosom, as confidential l advi- t Ihe North and ol the South, have an equal right in my hanc's ; do to her as it pleases t Ihee. And St riking out fugitive slave, and inserting; promissory -

iinject! _>;r. Cluirnian, has lo>t its interest ; I s.rs. !' ,the Senator, liom. New Hampshire, ) and utherbolition I to posses and eijov this temtorv.; ll you exclude when Sa'ai dealt hardly with her. she (ltd Irom her notes, bonds, and accounts( -net a whit more absurd California. ?

and if it had not, I have not time to tpeak of .\ sl ri, and with fomi-ntine III cvc-ry way, 1 slavery! we cannot sro ; and 'YOU invade our 'iilcts. face. And Ihe Angel, of( (the Lord found her bva- than the laws of northern Slates..agaitist the In the course o Mr. B.utler's! remaiks in

it. Myco-stituenti have confidence \enough in me that agitation which thu'a..nsl-udl disa.tious ( 111-1, ll vou admit it, )<,u 111(11o, ; it )ou do not, it is a I fountain of water ill (wilderness, bv the fountain recovery of out property.I (the Senate "the other dav, on motion loinstruct


believe that my course was dictated solely by a sequences. These rhaiges known to be without men matter ol taste. J n I he later case \ouofftnd a in the way .f Shur. And he aid, Hairsr, SaraiV I have recommended and my Stale has resolved to ( the Committee S. -

I lor their mteie t and that I would not have foundation by him who makes tlarm, can onlv have moinl sentiment, or sickly sentimentality.( In the maid, hEnce* com
regard against theCafllid.de tl ot my a gentleman the t'iTert of preventing a union of the friends I cf the fonner.jou \ iolate a guarantied constitutional 1 i I rihi(. go ? And she said, I flee from the face of my misIres ctitain measures. To( prevent so deplorable a I port a lull cir the admission oJ California, he

"oa- field in such high.esteem Iatald the late Speakciofthi President at the South, with the Democrat I>f the For the sake of (Ihe Union-lor the sake ot peace, Sarai. And (the Angel lif the Lord said unto catastrophe, I shall feel it lobe my duty to rc. oat to embodied in a few sentences sorry* grate ob,

House, without the most sali.-lai-tory a reasons South. There is scatcely a number of the pap.-r, to harmony, and good fellowship we may make con- her, Return( b liiy rnisjress, arid submit thyselt unto i every constitutional parliamentary expedientresard- jectioiis to that measure which fell with

It will suffice to *av, sir, that the cicum'fan.esat- which I allude, which docs nut charge, that I lie entire ces-ion to Jour ttisle ; an.i, hilt we insist t on our her hands Genesis,e-h. xvi vcrs C-9. less of threats which gentlemen make. Revolution force the of great

tending the meeting of the present, and the last Whig pjily is responsible f.evils$ which surround mdlt to carry our prolpelt ly with us to Pvem3] portion !low t1iffi'r'nt( is theconducl of your Bible-loving disunion, will betheirevitableconseq'ienceof I the "upon intelligence the Senate.

Congress, were .\'diflVrpui. .Mexican lei ritorv us, and that s''lIllt'llI'l.ig< arc in alliance ot cur common lenitcry' i wo liiay, ai a compromise, and law..bidin! <; ,\b.1lianisl.11011! says a ->entlctnnn I consummation of certain measures. To prevent Sir, said he, \ ask the 'iPsti..t7tas$ | have a

had fRt then been aequiu-d. Mr. WI.MTHROF, like with northern Abolitionist I n-ad a single paragraph stu tender somclhing of our cmislilulioiial tighlsSut'h front Ohio, (Mr. GIDPINGS ?) I hat conntmmathn, it is our duty lo try every expe right to azk it emphatically, have I he people of '

tnjself, was to m acquisition. He agreed which is nothing more than what we see in were (tic 1 motives I which i influenced southern Whei a fugitive slave was on t the free suit of dient. Some of the means may appear revol'utionarv California complied with the requisitions of

with we in olptSft the conduct of the war, ilmos-t every nun.bei : men in giving i I their assent( to I the Missouii i compromise Ohio they l left the slave to his natural right to ; but desperate diseases icquire desperate reme the j in
proper in which (the from Illinois Mr. JAKKR d.-fend hinsdf and if the slave slew treaty regard lo the persona entitled t to.
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which the House ( )Representatives had. declared ta The IVderal or Whig pasty of the United Stats gentleman ( the master in dies. Better a temporary disorganzation, than permanent -
be "unnecessaiily(and unconstitutionally begun." -the Abolition l'edu alists of the Noith, and I the ) 5.1\5, x\e recognised t the power uf Congress elf-deferrc, he would pronounce him a good fellow. "oulion.; If, 33. some cf the State 1 legislatures vote 1 Who were the voters on the adoption

He v.a' therpuentati t it,.e of 1 the concti vat ive ((' slaveholding Whigs ofthe South, acting in allianceare I against which am iiow cOl tellding. We did not, I ." and many members on this floor, have ele- of that constitution, and fur the members ofthe

inolthe t country, which, it it could have found(a I the authors of alii the picsent evils: and dan prs in th.11 case, recognize this power.: We claimed a Now.jjciitlemen I appeal to you as candid and cIaicJ\DU will listen to no plan of compromise convention ? Were they whites, tacks! or In.

place in the breat of the J.tt AduiimstiaUon. that aftlict the country, and imperil the peace of the constitutional right to OCCupy, in common with >iu, fair men-if \ou succeed in your purpose to abolishsl you reluse* to do us justice-if vour fanatical lov" olhe dians ? From whit class of voters did .timij(
I the whole territory then belonging to the United ojainst our will!, I snbrr.it to whether it
would have a stale of t Itil's, t Union. avery you, slave !* greater (than your sacred love of country,
(he overthrow presented of the Constitution, and a dissolutionof threatening But, sir. I must pass on. I have seen a few other States ; but, for the icasons just mentioned, we sunresidereti I i is right aid just, (hat lOU should insist on their meI and )e.u chopse lo dissolve the Union,-upon you : constitution( emanate( ? There was no Jns'ance

the Union.. lUit$ contraiy to his 'iihes.lo partisan papers at the South, which follow the example ] a pOltion of( our riglits. I naming i\ilhus-fas free-men Your own sense of e-st the responsibility before in the history ofthe States, where Con.

my wishes and to the. \iEhf' of tie entireVhig, of the Union." There is one in my own We ask you (protect us in the enjo ment of our I ju"tice"Oul.. require you 10 suffer them to be distributed Gentlemen, we desiie, ardently desire, union with gress did not establish r.nd define who should

f-lrtyterritory was acquired. Anew i isue is pre."rnte. State, in which I some time ago saw the atrocious property, and (the gentleman from I Illinois sa'se .monz nil the States, in proportion t to the 'ou. Fut it must be constitutional union-A CMO.N I be voters in (the territories 0.11 the adoption ofa
Democrats, sentiment, that "southetn Wnigs are no more to betiu t Iht'HbJ admit t the power ol Congress (to inhibit slavery. white )pqiulation. You say you ate calculatingmen. OF LIBERTY AND IQUALITY." f Dearly DS we love

Weothe&'thnothisor to
hit andenjo al ) southern in common people with, caim : at possess least a 1 ly ottacivcd, Mr. Chairman, that men who speak sat tiy implies the puwci \tl IJutlJl'ut so, sir.- negroes etch of ynui. Si ales wOllld receive,according in time Union as your equals. All we ask is an admitted to the Union, or had been allq.verjto

portion ol the count which we bi'e Noith.fought for, thus of southern men, are natives of non-slavchold- Congress may and should protect( I the citizens of t this lo vourp "!ent( population( and t the number slaves equal paiticipation in the benefits of our common form a State government, without first hav

and are to pay fur. The cauctt x\hich nominated ing States, who hope to secure the favor of southern Distriet( in thecnjojment of their land houses, cattle in the Soith ? The State of New York would have Government. We claim a right to at lea-t! a portion ing had a census taken.! 'j'tiis was done in

Mr.! WIXTUROP, denied us th ti&ht. by n-fu"mgto people, by being more southern! than the, South! I and other properly ; but 110 one claims for itl'owei' I near fivehundred and fifty thousand. The cities of of the territory( acquired by our joint exertions. The .Michigan Io\va Wisconsin '
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a resolution i that ought itself. I "have never suspected that (tic senior editor to (lake awav or destroy such i>rot>erlv.. So. New YOIt and Philadelphia about ninety thou I principle division has always, till now, been recognized. Florida.
adapt I
Congress
not law d'al ing in the territojiesol of The Union," wrote one If I the article of I also, Congress can protect us in the onjovment of our sand. Ae \'(,t1 desirous to show (thi evidence of It .vas acknowledged in the case of Misou'i : Never before was a State presented for admission
t'ipas prohibiting :
California ny and New Mexico slavery, nor law (the character referred to. lie is a native of the slave properly in the Slates, but not even the gentleman sour pnerity" by such an :additon to your population anj Texas. It should npt bs departed (ruin \\ilhout &LPCit...- --- ---. -

abolisliin-rslai- mil IJ.Mrictof Columbia.any" South, and would not thus iiander and vilify those from Ohio (Mr. (lii>m.><;<-) claims for it the ? ...... .. rn-.Jy s. o..,' ." ,, ., ( I' Iowa, it was true, Lad no power given ta
'; !* lo abjluli destroy hat JI ,_ \10. aV."1 "0 .' 'UJ and disunion follows-upon I State .
or ( form
The among whom he was born. power( l'rllp.lly each State in.it on degrading! in, her by an act of Congress to a con.ititution
rcluml (6 this and another resolution calculated (the amount
iopt !'Jt. sir, I care not whether Congress has t the constitutional them hveuu the drip, the damning
the bitUr,
Is it Mr. Chairman, that only the Whiz party be the curse- when here with her
f' rn1ttem raishl be regarded equivalentto true ? In IS JO, the number of slaves you ; but she came
properly : would lias to
a or not, to exclude us from ourcommon pay
power
the North is in alliance with Abi>)litioni>U:
of !
the affirmation of th ir converse. I resolved not Ioounot know, sir, that this is not so ? The tenitc.ry 'I h. e-xerci.e (ii( (that power i ia.lill,11 is was two millions four hundred and eightyseventl.oisanJ. .I t curse We shall be a'.Je' to lake care of ourselves, sir I constitution, she had assumed certain bountdarjc5

lo sanction( doctrines S Utal to my teclion eft the northern the f.1\'orol AhulitionisU, I light i aIJdj'Isl C'and I shall resist it as strongly ( They are now over (threemllhon3-wortt community cf interest, and the unbounded with which Congress could not agree..
couit With
Democracy The a
I'nion, ii.of of
caucue.Sirhere stitutional. I will resist such law the abolition propoitioi for the Slate world ever saw.-
a or the
other facts and other coni;.lirations we find them forming regular coalition EvciyDetnoctatic i and millions. one of the( creates,! Republics Cut in this very act of sending her back la
are ..undred filly
the and treasonable,
States has ol IJ'CIill District of Columbia < r (the slave bout two il is unpatriotic I
northern ,
to which I need not now allude, which removed] all Legislature:"of the sentiments hostile to trade >ct \"l'1I the States, or in use States, whatever These .re considerations which fair, rt.reasonable gentlemen the say advantage of a separate organization.We alter her boundaries in her constitution, therQ

.Juubl from wy mind (\t the proptiety of the couise southern parsed resolutions intcieMs! c"pre".in Whig Legislatures have done t the nu) bu I the decision ol the Stipi clime Court, as to I Ihe and iut IMI should n.ot& lose sight of. localculate driven lo do so, sir. Northern gentlemen dr. I was an implied consent that she might form aconstitution. I"I -
are
I'ullu d bv have' the five southern Vliis who acted with same thing. In \1 mont, last year, the Demociats poweis ol Congiess. Laws> JjlalU unjust and op- If you I) not t propose to pay us for our s.rves amount, can of it for u'. They tell m (hat the Union is .ncalcvla- I I Wisconsin had no direct con,
me. We no reason to iegrt what we did-we nut( be submitted lo whatever asku I to throw away solaigean submit toan a d everj-
ptessive.shuulu ,
should
power you
and Abolitionists )held (heir conventions at I the isle 10 us ; that we sent given to her, but Congress passed an act
arebitisSed that has vf If the I
good oune out it of the may !he c)ic deil to Con;icss. You. f'hrl..III1I properly : .. than endangci the Union. Sell-defence
dame time and place and, on a comparison n -----a.. .n,1. thing,rather in
House had continued weeks ; ia her two Congress
los out oi ouru'io representatives -
disorganized a sent allowing
Noilh not toP not so I
(\ sentiments of the member of the two rjmentioti I 101 the ,would re!i"tunlt'rsimilar circumstances. I ll f thev re detnaiids that we shouIJ show them we aie
t
longer the questions now distracting the country)' the Ih're'a" found to he suchan I Suppose ( ongre, in the exercise of a powei all the reaurrrt of this Government will not defray entirely dependent. Uut,sir,we make no pecuniary I and this was an implied power to her ((0 form
on subject slavery
would have bjen bellied. AU now admit that the entire co-incidence of opinion, thai llhe( Iwo par clearl coiistilutiunal! shijuM refuse; to do anything the expcMies ol their transportation,) it becomes metoen.iuirehat of calculation of the value ol (ti.e (Union. We- examine 1 a State government. Florida had applit (or
crisis of that part
is at hand whiche then saw and the minds I will be the condition( with the
tor the benefit )f commerce in the New 1 Rngland to and connection ,
,
relation
of I lies, as they expressed it/tmv/ into tml' In Within (the our political several ears for admission, and was finally iitd
in section consideration )
men, e'cr crc drectetlo a three candidates States, should dcIruthelll and remove ihebuovsand the Soulhwhich I in part represent- Government. The man who is arai4( to I
ol I I the means of 'emo'ing cau e-'If danger. Connecticut, we know that coalition Whig of Demo- !beacons, maikingIhe( channels: leading into her period I lave named, t Ihe number of slaves will Federal thii calcitioHw, deserves not (to be free; and I admitted with Iowa, under an agreement or
But, *ir, enough on this fcuUjoct. Let me say, (for Congress were defeated, by a I and by that time, Delaware, Maryland I make test of that free and one slave
crats and Abolitionists. t who having adopted the harbors, and should abolish her post ollict'O, and re- have tlolIUt'd, have the Government, which will not s.tandlhp examinatien I understanding one
lowe'el, iu thisconnection, that I have heard much, Buffalo platform," elected thice I ree-soii Democrats lust to es'ablisli! others-I askou, men ol New Vir-nia and Kentucky will probably a- deserves not the respect outs citizens. I State should! come into the Union Ipgether.In .

much, to my con.tilucnts, respecting I theOflsrsatina believe to this House. The Democratic members rf England, if you would not resist I, at any h.i/.anl, such bolUhed sBvery, and all the slaves of I hoStates Then I Sir (this via< not the doctiine. nor (Ihe practice of ( the case Michigan, she had an express
( the nnr5terss us.
of \Vhig

parly. united wilh Abolitionists legislation againt )our inteirsf. You would be un- with i heirinC'ft'ase be precipitated upon o'ir'ta'thers. I lad it been, should w e not nov be free
what I said. And I do not he-itjc( to cxpioss I ItheOhio,Legislature. ,.! ,. . r.. worth! of our proud and noble ancestors if \ou did indeed Jwll slavery be an into: lahlc evil, if\\ slave! inculcated bv the present despotic I promise to be admitted when certain requi.
) ) doctrine
>enalor trom titat : the
elected the \\.114tIOIJ\ : will It is
the opinion now, that on all questions, except (hi.i iul Nalt.l\lf'l not. territory IK circumscribed a.* you propose. You but repudiated while he was a I site's were complied with
t CHAI-K: } hut sir, why multiply proof I ... It111 be ut- President France,
do the conservative
body
\1uery. they const tute I know the principle on which I the late Presidential \\riy is it, sir, that gnlemon: object t to Ihcdiffuuiott not let ourbl.ckscome among you. Africa.e private citizen. It b the doctrine ofthe Sultan of I 44 California presents herself far admission
ot 1 the North ; and on tins'' they are more reliable ol fla and die iiiliilon, ol claveState I teilv on ofoui power to send them to of Russia of everywhere
I canvass \conducted at the North fienoral CA"1t crr I more homes, .,- ', -, .nfihe. Autocrat ; power I into ih Union without any leave beng( grant.
than the northern Democratic : abandon our 1ui.-J
party. Wihindi\'id.\\ hat to the Union ? How hit possible (that any interestof should have normative but to the They all preach blind submission
was recommended to t he peopleon the ground the of I majority. (
is ;
sir for her forrj Statgovermeniwihouany
ual to a
to most Anlllhis.
eaceptionentitLcd our the S1.lhi. .
1tIffu\ use North can be injiitiously affected) ? How can or eiteiminate whether in one man, or in many.I
lie i in The ,
of all advocate the\ \ 'a1, every particularananli-sU\tt\ reduce to power
vill us
men parties thern philanthropy$ of her inhabitants having been
nKS'1 Whigs said the same General TAYIXI'R. Sir, all we commit aggressions on yon' : The gentleman state to which nl outlet I hold, sir,with( the patriots of the Revol'itionwith ceusuv
intaturtt.A from Ohio (Mr. CAMpisKi.L) 'tells( II*, t that I lie annex. In contemplation ofthe future( we demand an DecUrali of Independence, that taken and without definition or regulation
(few wf ks we ha4 an illustration of parties at the :oth\ are hostile to us, and I can never find heir( the authors of wir any
meaning which ago northern attach to con. i ifervati.m. place confidence in any, till they slough off the ation( ol Te\a, was: southern policy, by which the for our blacks,Ihrou-h I whieli they ma> whenever a Government( becomes subversive of- time on the subject voting. To avoid the Wilt!
gentlemen if iolease.hey
ou
where
Noith has been This hasbeeii ) the wpiatJiiil regions, ) formed it is the right
injured. to
point already .
of Abolitionism. I the way which it mta
I putrescence protest against ends for had been lef. In
A from Ohio (Mr. SCHENCK) I will rm'.tgive t mot the territories a
gentleman This proviso,
I t allegation, that southern Whigs are untrue to (the answered by ot liens. Tlie gentleman knows, I thai ( may bec',me free. )ousay, you tIme duty of the people to alter or abolish ;(t-
made what he called thetpiritofcont.ervatism in and
,. a \ ery good speech which
political merits foul I heirs confidence.Mr. a majority (.1 northernoles\(r a gentleman if ith the view tofonc? emancipation on the the vahie of the Union. You make this calculation here in a worse condition than with the Wil-
action in the of which he denouncedone Mr. STE-
course and mniti- (Mr- CI."') who was opposed t to annexation. liesa Stales A gentleman from Pennsylvania, [ hour. Hence the paeans you here
of hit colleagues [Mr. GIEPINO as an agilator. : Chairman, I have been surprised every day and every I not proviso, for she comes claiming rights
) c, t lie Noith( is/ippnseJ to( the admission of vr..NSsaida f w days alu: it-hence declaration of
tied the character ofthe I of of ) mote to your
speeches my sing
Now of condemnation too at many slamvlecan-e continually and which she has taken to herself
sir, terras of privileges
1tllll I southern Democratic fiiends. They all tireless, and stave! Slates into the Union, because they send (see. I am opposed; lo the diffusion willingness to sacrifice so many thousands of jour
cannot be applied to the agitating ",tb,. doubt not desire, a union 01 southern men. Yet trade men to Congress, who will legislate i injuriously confining it within' its' present( limit, will, bring* the fellow"cilizens to preserve it-hence (the absurd by an open act usurpation."
the -d l (found
U conservative member proct-. we which must t from each to (the interests of the free white labor oftheNoith. States themselves to its gradual abolition of gentleman firm Illinois, that his Slate

him copt.ctjding iLat, for all practical measuies, he they other pursue and divide a course the South. Their estrange speeches ale 'I Hut is. t this I the ,eal oSjeclion! ? -o, sir.-i S This admitted( remit is to my mind!, one of threat will send a" four times nine regiments"against the SM.twr.-The Charleston Courier states
mGreofan than was anti-slavery man tot I the legitimate
the calculated deal ray the confidence southern constituency When a southern Mate! is admitted, (the political the most a-reeablecons-equences within its southern States tojoiee tnetn to rove tne union.To .- hat (the steam ship New World recently
Indeed, sir,the only contrnrcrsy btt\.tCD two which to be in I he ascendant sends of sla%.rv. Confine (this malady To it benecQsary
you
in southern Whigs. They ma)' thereby*e- I party, happens! jou it flay be incalculable. may launched at Ne\v Yoik, and bound furCalttbrni.i
which best Frcc.Soihr
the cordon ofjretmtn
or
gentlemen was, was ound it
by a
rt effects of socialism
its and S.'nators limils i
Congress. the ,
Representative to My from
Hut I must to friends, present to save you
I. care a party advantage. say my than twenty.fmveyears levied for $oUUOU and put
Plnhi-Slarrlit.The that we are not prepared to go over to the Democratic | own Slate sends me a Whig. On all question* ol (that it cannot spread, and in le's will a arianis.n, Fanny Wiightism, radicalism, Dorrism, was upon
Union
lme of argument was followed* by my When tell them that we desire Union party policyI vote with the northern; \\'hi s. The every slaveholding- Stale in the and abolitionis-'n.( The conservatism ofsfaverymay in charge of the Sheriff's( deputies. On' Sun-

friend Ibis constituents from New which York [has Mr. become DUKR,] in, a 1 letter famous.to with party.them on this we vital question of slavery' we mean States of Texas and Arkansas, end Democrats, who have on its statute books "a law for the gradual' : and be, necessary to save )t'U' from the thousand destructive day last, the Sheriff himself being on board,

fio with other gentlemen., We all (listened quite with in. a union ofthe South for the ache ofthe South, not vote with (the Dnnorratic party of the Norlh. The final extinction of slavery. .is a fanatic, and isms w hich infect the social organization of your discovered that the Engineer was firing up,
this
,' !eason which the gentleman! from Ohio assigns, for Hut, I am told, gentleman The complaint mif the gentleman from
for the( benefit of Ihe Democratic section great
Ia (" the torsa
I5ut of the
of the late Captain
lerelt, aftdu'! ago, to the speech A from the State of North pposition( to the admission of more slave States, thate should not reg-id what he may say. Ohio [Mr. CAMPBELL] ar.d others, is, (lint Government and inquiring reasoq
Speaker of t he ti'ou'cof Repreheiitati\es, [Mr. WIN-I Wl'ig representative hear the samcsenjim,nt froma answered that the machinery had.become .
virtually
Carolina (Mr. CLINGMAN,] who commenced this should cause northoin I Democrats to advocate t their sir did we nut does not albtd them protection( enough. We doing, was
rHROP,) in which headminibtered I : _. well: deserved d'bateID. now lie was uninlluenceujy Jini-sion. Hut, sir, (lias is not the reason of his or, moderate (olJ..erratil.fpmber, (lie gentleman ask no protection; we only ak lobe let alone. a littla rusty, by laping at the dock
entirely there
Castigation to the .t"ree.Sul .( He mcntLir was from specially party associations prsvc made a speech far more acceptable position. It was no more the vote tT..nq, which from Illinois, fMr. RKER] when he and told no us tnvre 1 repeat, sir, 1 have no fears but iia$ the Southcare and it was desirable that it should be kept in .4 __

severe upon another agitating lie followed defeated the tanifr bill ot' 'H, (llnri of Iowa. Tha! should be no more "'fl.'ay ritry. maintain its independence, and sustain itaelt in aftert -
to Democrats ,than to Whigs. was
be denied Similar declarations motion that it might not spoil. Shortly
Ohio[Mr. ,] against i it cannot a.lniittul into the \Jnionl this rther ,
ROT whotl Texas who 'Omm'nced'ilh lii'il wai defeated by the casting vote of Vice Pre i- slave Xtatr which may result from or any
; from a struile
; La tnadeout aclearcase. ,* uasthebur- by a geernan been made again and what northern any from Ohio wards the fasts were let lone, causing another
ir.wha
Uit vindication of his at the North from the dent ( urn Pensjlvania.and by Uur.ocralie--nh's( from t have The threat of another gentleman ,
own ,
party settled cause.
I
den of his complaint against that member ? Why. free well slave States. If it became slave this floor ha- denied lint this was the ridiculous A single cannon, and the that the Captain
suspicion of fiec-soilism, but charged that there was as a* was man on from [Mr. ROOT,] is merely inquiiy. response
that he | Mr. R ] wai the greatest enemy)' of the Wil- a coalition of Whigs and Free-Soilem. Then followed Stales send free-trade men lo Con re-u, that (the mirnose ,{the North ? Perlm the gentleman Yorth" too planted on the banks of (the Mississippi, will blow wished (to cruise a little. Afiera fey
killed .Its the .
mot pronto-that if the proviso was member, fromOhio" iny friend from Virginia, [Mr. SEIJDOX,] in a gentleman opposes I he admission IIf mure I\\\'I'Stales. Penn .\IUlli. ," .thuirtd, 1icmauZ of his steamboat arid hU regiment of Ohio men, who round the barborthe steamer made her
death must heat the door of the speech highly ollt-iisivc (to (the friends of the President why is it (that he i is now advocating the admission of soon and (too plainly.If to are to be sent to conquer us into subjection, and to : turns
which induced the
-it was .a victim to the restless vanity and charging him with offences and usurpation of California, knowing, as he does, (that (there Mill, the powers of this Federal Government, are retain us by force in the Union, jnta a thousand way down the harbor,

headstrong rashnes" of that member. He went on power which, illl'ue. would justify his IIlIpch.ment. thereby, be added, two free-tiadeiuen to the number be used (for the avowed purpose of crippling the and souih-ultimately atoms- Nor da we |sear the threat ut f the gentleman opening of the eyes of the Sh iritTlo ihe true

then.to say, that the member' Ohio had commit Most of the gentlemen who have spoken on of Senatoisol the United States. No, sir ; this U destrOyigt1iegreat inteiestsol ? from Massachusetts,[Mr. M.as,1 that t Ihe fort hero state of fifiltir?, when he seized the Captafq,
to
us
ted 'wor.le than a fault ; that" he had committed"amistake ( that side of the House, while they uphold the rightsof but a pietevt. That gentleman, and others are influenced ern Statt't( *hat i is the value of the Union people will steal away our three millions of slaves.- and demanded that the ship should ret am.

-a fatal blunder ; that he should not the South, have not failed to labor haul for their ,, solely by feelings of ho.tility to the institu- Mr. Chairman, this Union was formed on calculation Should they do so, I hey will do ua,according to t heir the
then have called on .the ( TO SHOW I IIIAcD. and can only be ll for them to The crew however, came to Captain'sassiahice
'irt. ITt party. There are except ions. My' friend before me t ion ofslaveryaiid uni easonably jealous of I he S.uth. the very nicest calculation, 'own showing, the greatest benefit is ,
." [Mr. Vex ABLE| is one. The .ntlt'manfrom Maryland They made no objection to the admission of( Iowa, continued on calculation., When'it ,i used as an in. what disposition they will make of these three ( put the Sheriff and aids ashore at

Now, Mr. Chairman, what matters it to ui by (Mr. McLANE.) who spoke a day or two ago, Wisconsin, nndoher( new .States( of the West,though strume-nt of wrong and oppressionta one of Us( sec i say millions of free negroes But sir, we sho 14 fee Staien I>!Iand, and the New World wa.5 off
gentlemen choose to call themselves) those Slates send the Senate of the United knows I am far. very far, than W e do not find
"ba name seems not lo have thought of aught else but his all of men to I lions. cannot last, God less apprehend then now. under full head of steam fpr California.
toaracterize others, whether Abolitionists, Agi- Party, party, party ; we card nothing but States, as much "opposed lo ihe interest of the from desiring, its dissolution Love cf Union is a northern gentlemen( attempting to purloin slaves a

tatotS, Frce-Soilcrs.or Conservatives, so long as they 4'parly.the Democratic party," from beginning to the tree labor of the: North," as are the Senators from cherished tndimost sacred)sentiment among I he sout h- from Cuba and Brazil ; nor did (they meddle with. LAZIEST YET.-Puring the summer qf

all advocate the roost drslinclive mca uren. I know end. That I may not misrepresent my frjend from Texas. The (true difficulty, i is the one I have stated. ern people. To preserve it, they will make almost Texas when a separate Government. Unpleasant
Do subftantial diflere' ce between Democrats, FrcrSoileri I u It the I'hortoftheir( honor,or lights involving he paced upon their commerce. 18-10 corn being scarce in the upper unlry
I Maryland, I quote his words: (( Democraticparty The gentleman professes lo regard slavery a curse, any Mciifice re-trictions might
and Whigs, at the North, except in their existence. The idea calculating the chief reason for this, is and of the citizens being hard pressed for
non-intei\ention
) might run away from ; it and tells us ot the opinion of Mr. Jefferson, and others their independent Another, and perhaps one
farty organization. With a few individual exceptions might run away from the free-trade principles r.fthe of hi. day. That, sir, is his opiniQn, ant I theirs it, value has been abhorrent to us; but it ha- been given bv the gentleman_ from* P. nn-ylvama, [Mr. bread having worn threadbare the hns1plity

; they are nil wagin ruthless war on the tariff off'!6: it mieht even come here and otTer tomake I do notintendto_! argue this! questjpn. .We do not -r"rrpIUl1on'-.--- ua; and you know, sir, !that the :unhment L- STEVENS! when he say*, 4ft-. Tl-i mis 41 uovernineui S> cannot of his neighbors by hi* eitreme laziness .
inititulionsof South, which they seem of interest, which unto other Stales and generous
I rfiol'cdtn ; terms 'nith {\\epiotectionigtt\ ; but still he believed so regard it. We believe (that tropical, or warm of love, ,.ot consideration preach a crusade ot liberty ol to bu. .
circumscribe cripple and destroy, if is fast being weak. and the northern they thought it an act charity -
t that the great heart of the Democratic party climates.where I wo months moderate labor secures all 1 chieflv attaches us to the Union, nations The northern States, ,
There i i. a measures proposed by the agitator cf northern fellow.c tizenr. regard slavary as a "national) da- him. Accoidiugly he was carried toward ,
rarely beheld essential our .
would live." Farther on, the gentleman says, t the necessaries of I life,in"olll'arylabor ened by the course people say they ry a
which is not for l-y the conservative. The i the sentiments to-day which he had expressed to the development ofthe resources of the country. We hare resolved to H resUt, at every hazard, and grace"-* sin against God an a man-a ttignia upon the placp interment, and being met by one .1

agitator boldly threaten and plainly tells us his the first day of the sessionthat he ,vas with the national History leaches tat,that the most stable governmentshave to the last extremity." what is called Ihe spirit of them, and for \vhih they as constituent members of of the citizens ihp following conversation to; Jj .

purpose and object-the conservative fcays nothing, Democracy ; that he did not care if he stood Leen those in which slavery existed. I cannotgo Ihe which would place Ul"< under (the ban ot (the Confederacy,are responsibje. They would have w1iit have tiere1|
age I1i11
but and
quietly and stealthily binds our arms, places side by side with men w ho entertained di flerent epin. into details on this branch of the question, blat the empire," and array the powers of our Goyeriv. no such feeling toward a foreign Ooveinment. But place : t you
the rope round our neck. If the southern nan re- this subject farther. I Poor od| AJr. Su ... What are you cq,
I ion. from him on the subject of slavery," &c. Whatever shall merely refer gentlemen to the histoiy of the aiut the interests ol our section- I see that I cannot pursue ---
slits, he too, i| called an Iirator-i he tame| sub- it does whatever its "pinif'n.and its policy maybe ancient Jews, and of Laoedxmon. Rome did not went after' legislature instructs Senators must repeat however, that I am far, very far, from in
Iltl,hi, executioner dignift: the title ofConservative. ,1 understand that( the gentleman from Marlandwill lose her liberties, until the number of her Freemen Legislature the' northern and northwestern I States to vote desiring a separation. My ony] purpose ii to show What, is he dead? J had not heard pf hi, $

We may such Conlrati"e. a- stick to the Democratic parly. Never waslove became nearly equal to the original Roman citizens. for .
lon us. I and Khali be. a i the in
am, ever Consernth'f dev ted The strongest Governments on t thl continent,except Stales has jltiidicrion"inour Government, as to submit to amous proposiTI
lo the true .ent cf the term; but sir, I am not such more" I know not; I a,k not, if guilt's in that heart : our own are those of Cubi and Brazil. And here, over,"which dockyards the ,United arsenals, and forts;' \\yfll| as in I ions to dishonor and degrade us. If we do tamely : as well be, for he has no cprp, and I js |oo )ay
lone as .. do not find tint southern NohIngbutTesPe0t'mhi ( what is proposed my friend flora North work for any.5 'it That i too cruel (fpp
I know that I love thee, whatever Ihou art. in our own country we District of Columbia, and the territories. submit lo to ?
ChairmanI have watched with painful an* less of and influence than men of the feel fur the di- CUNGWAN says we deserve to be of
of the men have energy vou profess to Carolina. [Mr. civilized I'll giye him t\o bushels
that Ihe people.
only hope ,
lety t the progressofntj.savey feeling and anti-sla. These gentlemen say, northern < fields by our slaves. .lhink| ,
North. Indf.'cdI..e daily hcqr gentlemen Constitution4prevenllyou from through our .
very action in the nonlaveholdingSlatfs.. I be. country u in Ihe Democratic parly. I..southt'rn the comnlainlng of Ihe undue influence of Ihe South, reel requirement of the within( (the limit and jurisdiction sIr whipped shall merit the deeper dugi ace ol being kicked corn niyseH, rather than 5C0 hlrf} bufieq I
it we
!Ilt. that the ientinr.ent hostility to institution Whillll-'- o not think so. lfIhi I is to be the ban of in the affairs of( this Confederacy. This d-iej not( laying your hands on Thp gentleman froP11enns11" at everv'corner of streets, by the genjeman| from alive," Mr. ,..r=raised the coyer an4
elf the State
slavery. !It common to all parties, and that there our union, I tell gentlemen plainlyecannotbe proceed from the force of numbers, but from the i Ohio [Mr.' GlDpmNG'.! who has sneeringly tpljl us, asked in hjs usual dragging tone, "I-i-i-t-
i* a determination to invoke alt the of the united. vania [Mr. STEVEN] says out of the Union.'! But '
kicked ,
powers Nowhere i is there be
"
i-ederal Government to break down that institution' Sir, it i\9 not true that I, or Ihe Whie party, art moralpoieer of freedom slacery.and true republicanism,as wit so purea h us By i those compromises, Congress has no'power over we could know not the danger the fierce strifes,the bloody h.e.l-1-e.d **No, but you pan sflon'_ |jeljt ) !

Id thus destroy mote than mil- in way responsible for the state things which spit it dense with I. slavery in the State I greatly regret that it is so :; sir, we fif f'l \\ Uipn! which It." P.F-1TnP O.flII.P-7.5, S a S
lions ffllt Aundrt \ any You have got us into the dull.cuhtwhichwedidafl His I rue,that our population is not so as ''cgiJi ah contro1 mcoqltl war rdaflthP'!? ''lorr p (optu .. ..- .1pa
of prepfrty of the sir,, we no much deplore. nut numbers do not necessarily constitute for, if'jt wpa wjthjfl our, ; 0-' ,. I.
blch ju our lo avoid, But, yOQ
au.f our anxiety. l I j i to be wondered at,I power -d







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doing: this are to be found in the contial un- it h unfortunate: tint the legislature entirely* ; t"HILTON& *" The remakscfMr. 'Senator ? d to infamy as an agitator and d.J

:* Crrr, Mnrdi 10, 1850.To 44 ion of the whole SoutI, for the maintenance omitJcJ to empower me to this end," &e. C. E. > rina colloquy which took place in I : They believe, too, that ,
THO.YAS Brow*, "ofthe Constitution ; and the preservation of From this ciau! e," although: you do not iay few sunder n&h0;
I Us EtceUcnrjr EDITORS PROPRIETORS. days since, contain the ties which bin.J
avery
44 the Union, if it can be .ircCVel.! nr.d for so, the inference is inevitable, that yen ihJok. AffD you In aje.;
Florida. '
Ocrmrwr cflfa Stnic of "their preservation if it cannot. T'iUt' re- or wish to convey tho idea, that the le-ji-la. swer lo snme portions of Mr. ) to tliftn. They are prenrHrp\mn;

Sin : Yrr rrmittfilijc communication! <>1 1tho i 4* g-irJinjj 11w convention' i-opcac'i l to )>e held turod'ulr.ot intend4' to endorsei\\Southern\ Saturday, March SO. 1S50.To We make the following extracts : tifvi'lion t*> forty. Tkej un tlrprixJ.

) 21 u'tirr.n, in frintcdfarn, f.nd through $4at Nashul'e, an the frt Mwvliy! in Jur.ej Convention scern'." It is a little strange1ihat Mr.! CASS faJIn : upon yes, to restrain by

ihe f ublic prints, rw been received and road j *4 next, as intended to etmhKi! the p.'ph., t)f ihe a gvMiilemau of .yrur !ulcigcnce!! -itue :::; Coirscsro.NDSvrs...'* JelFerson" was reccivtd oil'* ol I the nn.st iijiri2! riarO-i p0,1 1 r.t discourage I> ywr'oNif.
\vlih' ?urpri>fl. nn-1 uiih n'.ichfeelin ;* :,* It was 1" South to take counsel together sw: tihu bet who fills the executive chair cf Florida--can-- 4t.t'l: tt: 4 J'e honorable! sttnator frcra yyotjrcilirTgiTitcnc) >
vrell calculated to awikeu. You hvo Italicized 44 and most enociu-il means of rcsi ?hij the nol"cor.prehenir' w h-U44ail who" runs m.;yrend. ton hte for insertion in our paper to- [Mr.: : S T.-\KD] which trseif was -ije) ( if iecesnry, open) 'Tposfiien the. r'rist.

portions of the letter of the Senators and cf lha North ofcnfurcir.;* a c.vnpti-aggressions ." Nona K-J blind aa thoia, who will rite day.. Ife shr.l! appear next wee'*. itain verv having vnuou*a 1 rtliable have ever siul lr ftrc.id>-. hc'. which SuuIt'rn( : ImPcrats.ad; no ps.

.Representative Irom n it' w1 your the cfiect of'your 1 to learn by yesterday's mail 1 lhat M r. Calhoun'shealth No\v, I ask irisuitfngVgisIatlon.
hnvo rWn your Intention, \vhrit is the resolution above the ictiarcr? (iota New
Union of the State*, now in imminent peril Why, language '
ha been to millet pain South- h better al ihe Lust nccoul.s.Mr. IH.VP tr TC is a nnn in (his Senate from not bel.'ete Ifattot, cpfrctc' the SV7
letter upon ," by reason of the course pursued by the nonfavehol recited ? The legislature declares, in to many was : nliov.'ccu.sj; ii influenced by his fidelity
era in< n, !h'> arc struggling kr Southern { !ii) States, and theirrepresenta- words, theirwillingnevj to join Virginia the \not J if he does, what right! he ha3 to C3St ( and its 4* kindred "_,. ,

rijht* .find the integrity! cfirW; Conn'.ii'.Hinn arid 44 tives in Congress, in the coa ele** agitation: Carolina? and other Southern States whether Cafcell's Speech. jjentler! >e'i who are as-ociitcJ with him you do not-but they imagine that !

tb t'ision, whilst it has given aid nnJ ccrn-: 44 (and tint: too, in the! im''st unfriendly spirit,) through! n Southern Convention or otherwise," With a great dal pleasure, we. hy before liutifa which belong to this position ? ; tr> ycwr loyally! lo party snd L7
.j ,rt" to thtirletter n-Uri-orip*. Tho ririA of your .: quesliuiH invoicing I hi1 peace, tu! i adopting SUCh measures" for the defence ncr r..udi'rs this week, the speech of our Representative SEWARD.. The sanaroi adJiesdr jour
inttu(4 in w? and I rise fcr no other purpose to a so called Southern Pr'
is to mingle it:! slavery qit.t1fl with lions and! the very existence of thi! every thing sactvil nn.l dear to them as tu Co'igiess. It has, it N true, ',.ser it. I think it -.va, Mr. Jef7er,on ijfnr,

pirty pn1iic to :) ,' tho 'carth Ufl.., 0' Ckl .Sate( arid approving th1 object of said the higho-t wisdom ifalI may suggf%. t urd de- runny objectionable: points : Mr. Cnl.eJl! indeed Mie! nMural ally of alavtry in the rr.ay lie rallied to si-s'uln tim inlfscur.
IJer t ihc S.jth.Vr' you a prict'! IIWILVI3'uai 4 con version, ns above r.ct foilh, the General \5 ie." Ifthisis i not en'ker9ilg! ; a Sou'lrrnConvention democracy cf the North.A to frown down hr tfairple dvyn, t it! t\,
ItI tii1-'rn is so h ihormigly partisan in lois Consul uu ion, Sn.xATon. It wan Mr. .jani.
vcr ngLt 44 Assembly: iloih n'Commi'nd to the jrcod pro- sohenic) what \\culd mount to it ? ami harmless ; but being tho cxecutjv head 4. plf of thij Commonwealth tu send delegates \ ea. more : the! legislature was willing toj.iin I tint: It, ijuutitle! to Ibreg'j anv oppinlu'iiJywritch Jf-fi'frso'j.Hfr.SUVf AICD.However I have I his may heard be it, I You u ill rcplj'' that {for arc drceltaJ.

: ota hiaveho'.dir.g S'ati*. )jour potion gives i'nn 41 thereto.' .i Virginia, the Carolinas, and other Soithern pres.en'5 itself for ripping; lik political! Mr. FOOTE. J Jo I nndtrstand! the Wa

importance and merits a rc-por.n. I shall! I The above sets ftitb, ?.s I unde tand it, Snti-s" not coldly, indiJTercntly/ rcluchintIy opponents : t! proiuinencii of his political New Yotk a.i sajing Mr. Jeffeison ns- lo hear 3 ca *ay to. But what arc jci|

give it upna; my individual responsibility. In I the objects 4)H11e Nashville Ccnvrnticn torcsfrvc : bat with heart and foyWould/ it lave northern democracy was the naturjl ally g lo vndccciie Ihem 1 Qr, rn other wordt
prejudices, detracts munch from his late eflbrt. He never said such word.
the fi st fjlace, permit to say, I believe your lot-; tIc Union if it can be jTCirrmanJ to been any stretch of executive power fir you, Mr. CASSI will a rot touch upon that ;; arc ycv not doing, to convince ibcm cf
trr expresses the opinion ot neither ofih? great preserve the South-if it cannot le. This may when Virginia and other Southern States vere When hf says tint: the Northern Whigs are but I will ak the senator from New fidelity! to their rule ? Your lw !
parties of Florida, and if the limn thould evercome serve tocxpl.in to you \\hatyou cannot "comprehend moving in fvor Of" a Southern Content," more reliable t than Northern Democrats on 1 the lim to rri'jll.et fniut ; and that is, if lie when cither cf the South can, upon of Florida thei-n e which Mr. JeIersonorx! : at WaiLi'nwfcn, Mewr-s. MotIon anj
party 4< have adciscdihc people to redeem
in the expression of an organized to I subject slavery, one is more inclined to tinile.
this vital question, IKS made lo affiliate with the of their legislature toclicit u,e if, in'eiidttl ? The on" was intended Whfgs bi.th, surveyirg (he threatening
resistance promptly developed. To be still pledgrt so as ,
; than take rflVrsce ; fbrsurely there must be some mer.diti'm for their atfanhraent to co'i
the North, they will become as impotent and more plain, that you tmy 4tcompiehend'the '. the higliest wisdom of all ?" Ifyou hid ap. irinciplo'o-Ihe ther a- a slur upon a l.avp inviied you to join the utL r
RI harmless as were the lories of the Revolu resolutions if heart and sort ()Pickieickirin sense, in which he means Mr. SCU'.ARD. I
measures which are deprecated t hould be con proved these ; your answer promptly State in cnrnrr.on council at Na&h.
tion. Whatever construction you may place summated, the Nashville Convention will, I D oul" had felt the perpetrated contemplated tint his language shall be understood ; we T hid no purpose of casting rrr>rnach tn !
taken in il rfmg U-OT any tnorrsbT of this bc. Jy, conceit ji.iis ufrc star.ce: and of si-ifl,
upon a single sentence, yet conncx. presume, suggest such means nnd mea mesas outrages upon Southern rights, peace, and therefore feel at liberty to tell our readers, :ier on a mvhere. The rpmirhs had no j
ion with the succeeding one, I utterly disclaim may be advisable for the South to adopt to(c pro- happiness, would you not have sugjretsted the that like dreaumi ," that statement: is to be iulerprele.l ncxion. I ask bare now to say tint I
the intention reflecting up the President of serve her liberty and independence. Call this propriety of some plan by whirh thtse resolutions 4l contraries." We need cribed is, in my view, the political! i ihc V/ta rescr.s is madt' lo their otrt'ealT.j ....
the United Slates ; and fairly construed it does 41 revolutionary," if you choose, and '* make the l could be carried into effect ? Were by not, : parties of thiccuntty, that slavery your Governor a U'L'tir. a'i I.y virtue
it i in these words:44 We are satisfied lhatno ] annual instead therefore, attempt to refute what we can hardly port, the toleration, (given honestly and
not- most of it. Why should not the people ofthe t the session? of our legislature otic motives admit.) of lha l his ofllce the head of time Whii; p .;'y tj 4 9
effectual or enduring cheek upon this ag- '' biennial the letter addressed to would think that Mr. Cabell either believes himself party
South take counsel together ? In a common () you (erred, and that ifs alliance with slavery find fr< Whig In th .*
"greesive nnd injurious tendency in the action danger there should be a free conference never have been written. or expects others to believe' ; ea ciallyas ; iU lower strength. On the olh.'r ry press a'r *
of the Federal Government can or will be -" in a multitude counsel there is wisdom." The counsel in the lat paragraph of your lie has the candor, (!for which he deserves to which I belong-ia party which i3 cumber,join :l.tMi W"g al.it-a ct ;i.; .. Nurib
Is applied by any of the departments which administer You there restless communication to the members in both Halls ly identified with the progress of the iideiiialion wt the Na>hvilli'
say are spirits among us credit,) to go on lo show that there is in effect freedom or cmancipalionand therefore it
'' its powers. We advance this pro vho have calculated the value of the Union, of Congress," as to the performance of their in in alliances in the South.ilr. rfccrcrnrndatiiin ofour Ctin irsvrneo is
*4 position, without reference to the dispositions and would pnihaps ?ell it for a mess of po- duties l which will enable them to return to no difference between Northern agitators au'] DAU'SO.y, (inlrrposirjj ) V/ul whim iiulJgr.anl iippostlron. Bianded

'* ofthose who now, or may hereafter, admin "tage." This i is language which, it not ex- t their "constituents with a clear conscience," fanatics, such as Giddingj, Hoot, and Thud. fr>r permit me fa inquire if I understood t
traitors
a rster the Government; but as resulting from peeled, might jet come from the North in denunciation will receive Horn me all that consiceration ai.'d Stevens, an-1 their conservative co-arljutow, which this that theo were the sentiments of by the North, d-jes not the action
*the inherent character of our political sys- it is entitled from the he belongs? I want to know. your Governor, and of your ,
of the South : but how i is it to be respect to which high clainn presses approve
Winthrop. Duer, Schenck, IJ.ikor, and the rest to belong to the whi patty ? ( )
teni, which must in all its departments even regarded fiom the lips of a Southern man, source from \\hich it spring I reran to return If he does, it will be known to every true sentence condemnation, there "pro
4' lunlly bend to the influence cube dominant "diefscd up in a little brief authority 7"VjhJ t with: a clear conscience ;" anh] however; I of the Northern \Vhig Says h', 44 there is I do not belong to hU party; and I hope upon your Senator and Ropresca

41 sections." not Ids sober second thought" pronounce it m may differ with yen, I anticipate no difference rarely a measuic piopoaed l by the agitator hc-tpeaks for the party to which hb<- : .

I, as yoy well ]know, voted for and sustain: a slander upon the aggiicveJ, instilled, patriotic with the people! of Florida as to tha means by which is not voted for by the conserv-Uive. ted not Si.slc p'lt; und?, !the r his conservative banner the party whig party cf this. !

*d Genrral Taylor in the last Presidential CRI- South T Sell it Tor' a mess ras with all my humble abilities. I now believe Ina crisis like this, when the South is strug. beloved State" has and will be ief ii'h'd. I to 1 IZ? cor.aertalive loi>. One of f titt-
both the Wilmot i : For, (says Mr. C. wi'h! erj-i.'tl: t.uth and Mr. SEWARD. I will detain Jargp$ ansrcuMj! cs' t tfat vre
would proximo the
he veto, gling against the North-the minority against am not willing to return awl tell tln-m, xvc have not
and the abolition of slavery in the District of 1 the majority-the weak: agaia-t the strong. been driven to the las-l tiench, and beat down Iii cob.) >4The agitator boldly threatens, and semtr-r friend from from Michigan with categorical % ever k own al( our Court lIsiis', con.
Mr.
Columbia and the docks, arsenals, &c. ; yet.it L. s-truggling for constitutional covenanted rights; I by bru'e force ;" that all the barriers and j plainly tells us his purpose; and oliject-the ID my ppa'i no man's Georgia sentiments[ ,D.wos.j ai\l for 1 there on Thursday last, to take acsiois

i* too manifest, thai this question has becorni -rights acknowledged and guarantied in the. defenses of the Constitution are lea'en down! !; conservative sass nothing, but quietly and myself. I am a citizen of Ihe United the subject of the Southern Conversion.
sectional that Northern sentiment has and the South l fit hoc rqiul. rJ hJu." I II duty is to promote the welfare interrst",
; de1rittl .
Constitution, yrt trampled in the dut' -lights | lindt I Ilesoluh'ons of the CrismiCer;
I and
,
iicatlhity our aras, places the of the though is
rope ne.-i people ct the United Slatea I
*3 embodied itself, that there i is P.very reason i of equality and coKimonjulirc for t them am not \\illirg to do this, for the par coilsi- !. ;
common
,
that I can do in etTecf'ul points
round s'; no highly objectionable!
ournccks. by
to believe, with an ascendancy, so soon lo be to be valued by the Executive of my State as"a ; l latiou that I may say to them that tlso e who and independent. That always way the (as xve he-

obtained in both Houses of Congress, and al.so I. mess of potage," fills me with mortification brought about this &tatc of things have incurred As regards the tone of ihe speech upon the ipatic Thirt-fore, in the discharse of I ,) to a large majority e>f the aasemWy,

in the Electoral College, there will ba 44 noffiectual ; and I should blush for Florida, ifthc sen- the jruilt and shame, amhipou their leads \\ ill great question! at issu". we are very glad t to be ally rr x.
cr enduring check upon this oppressive I timent found echo fiom of her idei leM the cur=e." Noir; no. I tri the principles and! sentimer.ts Tl.e 1'urth-ihe only
that af
nu any Pal! w to say I ; t it is worthy of a Southern Hepresentative. lain. I will do Ihe whig Ihf strc per
I party
awl injurioUs tendency, but thai all its! i limits. There are restless 'IiriIS among us !" nobler aspirations and higher punoso I It is such is ju ticc to say that I have b'-eri a ? any real consequence....tbat in fotor of
departments: must eventually bend to the influencs Where are they ? Look to the legislatures ofI wish to be the bearer of no such doleftl tiuings.No a speech as calculated thy active tile; and I will do if the great [
of ihe dominant section." unless! the I ihe Southern States-\\hoin to! thy represent ? ; let me tell them that the breacles in thu lo do good both in t the North I and the tu aty, that no matter what may happen j I appointment of 1).i.ates to attend ih

North become* satisfied it is the determine, Count the leaves of the forest, or the sands on I Con tituti
lion of the South to resist, at every hazard the sea-shore, and you will number the rest, : right? and state rqtinlily; ha\c atlastbeeii read. principles I maintain. -shall! nay adhere:> vote. In securing/' KrsMi'niion.: we

and to the Lt extremity." Whenever the less spirits." They "calculate I the value of: respect e !, at least in action l by the fne State*, I ihir.kf ll.e two treat parties it ith 1 e gut time smi&tarce-vte nPPtl! KOI then
North becomes satisfied[ of} this, there will be fathers med \ and this in spite oflliuatical agitatorsand self Letter from the'Hon. Jackson Morton. voted tothecaiHe of frce the Union, as our tot it, uborc all!I regret the loss of thw shadow.
found conservation( enough among its people, formed it "to establish j .h demagogues at the North, :nndcdd friend.-* Lt no reader fail to peruse the letter of will, however, do the whkj p n.rR the :-
'price. They justice,
such, lo that these sentiments of mine The following Resolutions have
not to hazard their pcaci, :'ranyuHliy, and in.tcresl { 44 insure domestic! tranqvility! provide for coin at the South. otherwise, the case" will Senator Morton! which we to-d.iv publish.It .- point are say noj in accordance with the been hand.
liowcvf regardless they be dour*. be the North and still more oncenlra- us by' i g.?nJcnr.an! tiho designed
mt.y .4% mon defence, promote the general welfare, unon is filled with 4< thoughts that breathe, and! thai parly Ihrouijhouf the whole country ; tfierirg
You wouK lull the South by tl e assurance &! hat the not profess to sneak for it. but i but li the
4' and secure the blessings of: liberty to ouri i ted upon the South-because c not words thai tar retepii 'r lateness of the Loar before
bum.
j Never
that *4 tan! 50 abolition petitions freedom.In was a rebuke mare have, however, reat hopes that the& whi. '
more JCUM ago 1. i selves and our prosteiity." Hut when its spirit to preserve her ; t opportunity presented itself
i :
and debated in riehly deserved, than that administered the thc paily claiming tn l be the party of
Con-
were presented to conclusion, sir I will imitate anexamplcof to
,
bjects are forgotten and disregaided, and theMitution which I refer, acid ultimately all parties, Resolrt/l, That this meeting highly
?* vVii t ? | -sejifencfj vou ndngitationyTjrougluabout this in /frin and Executive of Florida for 44 approve
in sending printed the aid and
i (ii&'L ;' ... yours_ com- prwist-ly the saraeconclusions which are fif
|
by tins identical WU.molyroviso 4M. / UB.. .v, r..I.*, ,,,I.u... 1 am, >it/i course our Senators and Repr eata.
i h they will value has should high tort, \\hich he has furnished to our "adrersa- and governing principles cf my own c end Cling.'q in Congress io their flirts
question a more oiTensive thape they as respect, your fellow-citizcn, lo induce th!
xvhich coiivuhe-j this (i'j-.vrnm nt tu in cen' worse than a vorlhlcss thing. JACKSON MOJTON.TU.O rieg." Senator Morton writes with all the Mr. Seward, who thus speakes is to sefld Delegates i to the Convention.lo

trc." Was that agitation brought about by You ask, vhie: the Southern Convention energy and fire of one who eels that he is knowledged head cf the Whig held in Nashville, in Jane netard: for the

Southern or Northern men I Are we lo un";. meets, uho can tell what its rncmbcis nnv weehs later from Europ. warding off a blow, stricken at his dearest great Slate of New York. More warning which ll e> hare given us of

derstand that, in your opinion, a resistance I to not attempt to accomplish, not thought, of by, ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER NB.GARA. rights. U represerted: as holding a high dancers by which we are surruunJeu.
unconstitutional legislation i is culpable agila- those who sent them there ?" If they attempt Cotton Resou-cd, That it would! Lave been too !hate,
lion on the part of those determined to vindicate I. that not thought of by their constituents, and The declined onr-tihth pcne. This bring a controversy !between a Whig 'ifiectious and confidence of Jen. Ihey waited until 4>we were beaten Juvrn

their ripb's ? condemned by them, their arts will be repudiatcd. and London Niagara brings advices from Jverpool Governor and a Whig Senator, under other rahinet ; very conclusive evidence brate f rce, rrgard'e.: $ of right and justice

Ycu say 4' from the time the jlavo question There will be no final, definite, deci- brings 60 to the 9ih instant jhe also circumstances, we might remain silent, lor.kingon is found in the fief, that tho j when all tip barriers aa de&firpi of the

firsl; made its appearance in *4 the Noilh, when j ivc action. It will be, as it j is only intended passengers. with a sublime indifference.: Rut! ihuc issues live patronage in that State has been weredis'rnJ, itid lha Sonh-de:
44 il was 'little cloud like to be, a grand council advisement and MARKETS. &C.- CW/OK. The of her equal und
a a man's hand, until to their constituents report natketrlu- al stake, are of too momentous etl, (if N. Y. papers aw lo he ) rights : the Ci>nfee.!
I' the present time, when il has become a black to be approved or rejec. ring the fortnight was dull, and to pft-ct sales consequence. .
"cloud! of thick darkness impending over this ted, as they may deem wise. You say 44 limes holders were compelled to submit l loa decline The one has, in o ir opinion, taken sides, how. his friends, according to his Resnhed That in the rpfnfon of lh5? meet

'| U nion,and casting a d'cp gloom overtlic' prol:- excitement, and men remarkable", wis4tdom of one-eight pence on all descript? below ever undesignedly and unintentionally, with therefore, speaks as cue having nut had they ihus waited they couM not have

''pccts of the future, H lia been one continual: honesty, and discretion, are rarely, if! fair Upland. There was no chanp; in Mo. adversaries: ,' the other with the friend* of His words( are those-not of a 4lo their C'Misiiiueiifs with a tle.>r

*'conflict) of words between the abolitionists, 44"ever, conspicuous" in promoting sciIe1ns of bile and other descriptions.: The CommIt.lee's the Sou'.h. We can r.ct regard it a* of no cian-not of a country newspaper musuur.'d that the honor, liberty,
consequence
"and a"itation. quotation* were, for welfare o'f nur beloved State
agitators of the North and the politicians' I b had beei(1etenJctJ.
who is to loe.jl j-rpjnuices under the!
Fair sustained and who is e3citrm "
-- oi hi;: otuj. Time has broghl forth no This language would bctfe.- suit the rnrriji.. Oil'-ans G7-bd ; Fair Molilea, 64 ; condemned .
*'dom-expei ience has brought no knowledge. an of Huflalo than that Florida. The Southern 1 I Fair Uplands, G ,j 9. by the people (lithe S'ate. It is true political canvais-not of an enthusiast! (

"The northern politician, gaining confidence men are agitators, in your opinion-agita The sales for the flirtnight reach 53,350 that the office Senator is considered of more by the presence cfhU fanatic Plans for Conaprcnise.
_ 44 in ;this) bales, of which spoculatfrs tOOk 12.000 the than arc the words of the ; the various plans! lot
worthy conflictassumes a more threat"citing torsviihoutcausel I suppose. Our fathers in '75 I trade consequence that of Governor, and lor most: prominent u cumprornfsa srjb? ,

14 tone ; and the southern politician, to were agitator, and King Gcorgs's Governors I the last still week purchasing '|>arin iy. The sales that reason, if our party feelings were consul- the empire SMte, if not of all the : cr iivllcated Jo- the Senate, (nays thei

44 keep even pace, must become moreiulent thought they agitated uithout cause. Those :3000, were American.2J.GOO ; speculators taking led wo might' desire to sec the Senator lerod in the Senate of tho United Union.) tls fallswiug are "the mosj
in his wholly prostrated
manner of resistance, and threaten we re> limes excitement," and the and
King,
and the the md! t of the :
Governor : of
giavliy senatorial
sustained. a
"ttill louder; until, in this war of words, we parliament, and royal governors, thought the POLITICAL-The Political intelligence is IJit:
44 shall come to swear as terribly as uncle To. Congiess of the colonies, was "conspicuous very unintcrrtl/ng./ there is something fir higher than party prejudices We are bot'ivl fo siif-pose ihit he The plan of ihc cabineJ-to do nothing

44 by says the army did in Flanders. And ttiil in promoting schemes of agitation," and no France: remained: quiet. which actuates in in the present emergency. h. belicve.s (to be the truth, when he to admit California.

441 believe that this glorious Union will Crm- doubt, in their opinion, not remarkable for The ports Greece were still blockaded. It is .1 longing desire to see the South the So-ith Ins a reliable ani The plan! of.Mr. Clay-to admit! Califor.
44 J ly) and safely weather this torm.*' wisdom, honesty and cliscrelion." No sir united in determination in the ; lo b-iy the disputed territory of'IVws
a to sustain her aUy" Democratic : of ;
In this do rights, party
you not seek to ridicule the de the excitement in the South is not without to legislate for the territories
wit.Wa
fenders Southern rights, in your own State, beyond the cause ; they have drank deep ,from nor Kaltii/orc, March 22-G />. it.-There has stand who may, and fall irho tna ,. If a Demo States, to 'hove "fidelity /a the alioni shivery ; n> provide for ?the tI'tvV.
Leen
In Congicss and in the nation ? Truly may the wells of our revolutionary history they a further decline of:a quarter of a cent crat places himself in opposition to the main- slavery" he bears witia?. Ar.d of fugitive saves! ; l to, (! (-Iaii. agaii.s' tts 1.
;
; in the Cotton
hbo paid that, in high quarters, *4 time has have inherited liberty, and they mean to pie- amount to 500 rnaikel.bales. The sales of the d.iy tainanco of those ri ht.swe say dogn vithhim. sanctions of the same solemnities, he : slavery in this dMiitt ; t,, abo! jh| ,U

brought no wisdom, experience no knowledge." serve it, or perish in the struggle. They have Howexer much we it that the party (to which he belongs, trade here ; and to decl.ne nguint: lltl'ef.
You admit, the M little cloud like aman's hand *' wisdom Flour and Grain are Pork ha declined may regret wcv
honesty, and discretion, and the quiet.! ? believe there ly Kliich is wiih shivery in the States.
has become a black cloud of thick darkness libels Northern or Southern men will fall an eighth of a dollar per barrel. There are such Democrats. Wo believe more distinctly identified Tho plan of General

Impending over the Union,"and still you char harmless at their feet, or only be remembered is a large tupply Sugar' on hand. 300() hhds. Bcnton is one, we fear Houston is an- progress oftlc sevtizieni freedom Jlissouri line I'ooeon the btsis

acterise it as a mere 44 conflict of words betwccn to be scorned. Can you tell me what manner Porto Rico told at 5*. One thousand bags other. When Southern Whigs join Denton cipation, (abolition,) and therefore it is from Texas a.J.nitling also a e-
as an ctlsett
the abolitionists and agitators cf" (he oppression would make you an *4 agitator ?" Sl. Domingo) Coffee sold? at (ij. 300 barrels and Houston, is it too much for us lo visit in its alliances with the South. Senate. lo California
North, and tbn politicians of the South." You I should be glad for the people nf Florida to j Spirits Turpentine al 32. Tobacco is dcpi them tic condemnation upon
cssed. which we pronounce Who can that Seward is The phn of General
believe that this glorious Union will firmly understand your position. Would the say not a Houston, on Ia9

_ and safely weather the storm." I hope so, in the Wilmot Proviso, the abolition of pa&sageof tlavcry j I; The Trial of IVt'bster.le trial of Web upon Henton and Houston ? resentative of the Whig party of the < ol the 3iissouri line.

epiu* of the abolitionist* ofthe North and their in the District Columbia, in the foil, dockyards etcr, for the murder of Dr. Parkman i k pro."ressing. Free School. Who can say that he was made The plan of Mr. Doughs_to actual a

affiliated friends at the South. To (he South and arsenals, and the prohibition of the The testimony of Ephraim Little- From the City Ordinance published in accident, by chicanery, by some State from Texas with California, and M\
(whatever may l le the case with smne,) 4timi transportation of slaves from one slave State to t field the Janitor cube College, given to day, our bination in \ ." the exislintg territorial governments It 11
baR brought wisdom and another ? Would elicited paper to.daj', it will be seen that a Free School opposition to the wishes Mexico and Desert
experience knowledge. either of them, oral!, make many new facts adverse to Parkmin., xvithont a word lf
." That idm" rend "experience" you an agitator ?" If not, would the abolition [So says dispatch, but probably meaning \Vebfcter. opens in this city on Mond.iv next. We undcr&land candidate of his party, and slavery, leaving it to the people.

have tnoght her thi) truth} upon her stout heart of slavery in the States by Congress make .] All the testimony is very unfavorable this lo be a mere preparatory arrangement. authorized to speak for that arty ? The plan submitted; by Southern men to

anti firm nrnea the has to rely for herdcfl-ncr you an 4t agitator ?" Would any or all of lo the Prisoner. I>y and] by, probably by fall?, a to Loch suggestion, it may be affirmed considered, which embraces some of the

and ectjritv. these wicked measures make you, as a South- Illness of Mr. Calhoun.-Accounts, ( from School en a mote extensive plan! embracing is the very pet, and dearest favorite of Mr. Bell's plan.
But are opposed to Southern Conven- era man, calculate the value of the Union ? Washington of this The
of
you evening, state thai Mr. male and female Departments be Whigs of New York. made plan Mr. Bell-To admit Call-
ton, If it should! be intended to do more than But to return to our own Stale, of which | lalhoun; is extremely low, and Keriom farsarc ; may put in They as she is ; admit a new slave State oui

ths State already have done, by resolutions. your are Governor, and I a Senator. I expressed now entertained, and generally! believed, operation, lithe finances of ihe city shall war. ernor of that _great State, when s exas at the same time ; lo buy all tho di-?

If more is intended, you consider it a "revolti. the opinion, in the beginning of this that he cannot recover. rant it. No increase of the taxes has been years of age. They re-elected! him territory ofl'exa% along the whole course

TJonary body." This is gratuitous. The South- communication, that your letter expressed the made by the present Council. same post. He was afterwards a Rio Grande to its mouth, to be dividd

era States! have, through their Legislatures, Florida.sentiments of neithir cf the great parties) of New Yorli, Monday Evening, Jarc25A.. JESSE P. Sjmr, Esq., a graduate of time for the Senate ; and by an almost I two territorics,-the non berm! pare 'dr
and and Now for the
frequently earnestly protected remon. proof. the Mexico to
Among come in
Cotton declined as a free u-cd
to North vote &fthe State
day c in the New York Carolina University has been caucus nominated and
vtntod against the assaults of the Northern resolutions dour State, passed by the legislature market, sales 500 bales. selected by part as a slave State thus
Cuxtea the institution of of dale 13th The market closing to lake charge of the School. Mr. S. has tirely unanimous vote of his ; pro-
upon clavcrj Their : January, 1849, is lhisr44 dull. Flour bas declined six Corn has had party, not only a balance in the Senate for
sesolutloos bavo bern unheeded, or, if not, Resolved, That knowing no party names, or declined white and yellow cents. considerable experience in leaching, having to that high place. but also for New Mexico, by the
44 arc quoted at 55c.
*cave l>een received in an unfriendly and 44 political divisions, on questions involving in Provisions are unchanged. Groceries dull. had charge of the principal male School in Are there no Southern Whigs, no admission of Iwo additional "fliio
"
btiIe! The little cloud like their settlement and
pirit. man'shan.d" the from
a charactcr Texas.
consequences Cofleo has declined. Government Fayeltevillf, North Carolina fyr the In addition t<* this, Mr.
last
,
stocks five Whigs, brought lo reflection, by the
baa becomo a black cloud of thick property, and lives of those whom we have advanced j proposes one territorial ft?
nSirkneM impending over tliis Union." Tin's. 44 represent, we are ready, heart and soul, with The per cent. years. We doubt not that his selection, of the New York Senator ? How Ion vast region of the Great government Basin, inrtaf-

,yoa idipiL What: more natural,than thatthoe'ra 44 a united front, to join Virginia, the Caroli- from Chagres steam ship but Cresent City Has arrived which, we understand, was unanimous by the they suffer themselves to bo deluded ? lh x Mormous, saying nothing about" *la-

exposed to the Impending storm, who 44 nas, and the other Southern States, in taking later California, brought no gold, nor any City Council, will give general (satisfaction. we feel at liberty to addreVs them, we .
_ bearltsitranderf.TtDouU think cfeome "Pranklln 44 such measures for the defence of our rights nexvs. :
The
School
will
rod," to conduct In safety its lightnings; to 4nd the preservation ourselves, and those The testimony in the Webster \y.aau lo-day open tinder the Masonic say, Gentlemen, your confidence in all these, that submitted by tba.bne( ;
[Hall
earth.. That "Pranklin rod" will bo found 44 we hold dear, as the highest wisdom of all, was considered favorable to the prisynerft* for the present. thorn Whig allies, has been abused the most o1ectionaile.! It nuf

concentrated Soutlu-rn) sentiment of adhesion may, whether through a Southern convention Mr. Calhoun is better. . Oz"The Washington! will use you.and your representatives at Old Zach to prevent an expose of tb'o

to the Union as our fathers formed it, and a or otherwise, suggest and devise." Mr. Seward Republic differs from ington, as the instruments through policy of his friends before th
determination to protect themselves, ifthe bar. Am I not authorized from the FURTHER ITEMS BY TUB NIAGARA... Bar- ia regard to some of the doc
unanimous trines they will pass high larifTacts_._:to but it does it al the sacrifice of time
tier* of the Constitution le broken down.- vote by) which this resolution was adopted in ring's, Shipley, and other circulars have been of his late speech. A split i is anticipated
The Virginia preamble and refouti! < ns declare, loth branches of the legislature, without, of received, and their accounts agree with those between the Clay and Webber wing, and not you-and secure internal and harmony, of the country and the ul

that the tendency of the Northern States is to course, any reference to "paity names or po already furiuished.'J'hae the Seward and Grcely wing, of the Northern propriations, to be lavished in their security of the Union. It has been

deitroy that mutual forbaranc* and frattriuM laical divisions," in saying, that both Whigs flock of Cotton on hand at Liverpool Whig party. and elect a President under whom by all parties. Clay and Webster

al! xflcction, which formed and has sustain- and Democrats in Florida are in conflict with on the 8th inst. was 521,000 bale, of which obtain office ; and then they will turn not even condescended to notice it.

44 ed our confederacy, and finally to dissolve your opinion You eay, "ifby these resolu- 353,000 were American. >tr Mr. Calhoun was G3 old the and rob of slaves
on them this
years you your set subject have President
'4 ibo Union itself that "we'are anxiotig if lions we a
; it was Intended endorse thi# Southern London March 8.-Coffee has declined 10 18th instant
poeibIe toavoit ibe eiibr which threaten] Convention icbcmc, and that the executive ehllings sterlipg] from the highest point. March, 1782,, having been born on the 18th make them valueless! Ami if ono a party-upon it Taylor i*. ;Tcedj

rtjprcscntativca darn to protest, as has .



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Illacss of Mr. Calhonn.ll'ter Nithein> Abolitionist, i: is in ctFect their prin. first day of May next, fcr the purpose of kct ; these measures points; to ihi ChLoe aho'i ion of S ;:4. --

'I'bo ()11OVtIg "I';>OSII> '" ct-e \ Y- i ij jif] $, und all I th harm, we wish them is thai Delegates to the Southern Conientirn Id be l.tu'stN'jihullc slaxerj in the Sfitos as well r.s cewierftan.l ] SPRiNGJSOODS.N ..Sl3AL.HEMP.

,1jiafr ilii* iictj.inr.fttr
i'130 Cbsrli 8 "" papers c" r cannot hut rernrl xxlih; the most S. JlJKKSHS
gera1d. nrJ j noT -.t ,i tUure oTthein for hort time. his
Will few
a Mr. Rubiiihon judicious ar.d rrank* to fearful
anJ painful uitdlyc.ncc coiitahit'd in : very arpropr.ate forehoing*, the dangers which are thus received i a f iH Mpj'ly of SjrnJKfJ? AND '1) fart J'Utd-i.. 'j'uts mdivicui; wurrjy
.gb S Rcept this as ati nus cf : !ion vi the object cf the meeting. threatened 'j j |hce, dangers ftrt Imminent ; GOOD?, &c.nhichhd ofiew! tar ro ihir tltr.tic'n To tr. euuivtnuc.t tn .

ibe Ucr1l lplter O.i: :n'ion! cf Cil. U*. S. Diiworlh, it was ordered they are of the chancier to Vrmnd of t the Mlo on IIc most nc'lerater tcrn ',. 'rtib', cr.n ?'bm : '! cCUti1'f,

'iB1NOTOP Mzrcb 17, E3O-4 p. in. Public Hectinj iu Tallahassee. that Ha Cnr.iim.in 8j>;toiat a Committee .!f s. veti !u South orno and Spring Goods. :r.osiiiets; u'. Leaetts-thiie h.i:: *uchcm. m in.i .
... prompJ; vigorous action. ted se.tioajrci.rnry this 1tca. .' bf rj.t4I
"jtlifi )jV J'Jt l returned fioni inquiring i into At a l.Mga: an.! rrsprctable! meeting .d f t'.r1' irat! aiJ report texiluliona setting kith the views Southern interests. SoutLcru self-rcspect, Print* and Muslins ot different v'retics. ,,, it c1j1 atw.4is iaPa tpr gx-4 riko. 'Pt'irm io

) tfi Lt cfMr. CalhourT! health, and I am people): ol I.i-on County, on nioii-in ci Josirji: of Ihe ir-colm,}. IVhereupoa, the following gentlemen southern pride southern honor demand lhit: Laco Gt'cd-t ai d I.acv0. C pe", Cf-llars, &c., oj' 'Jpi'ly! exeee ftc d.-cait J.TbcSiwl '

i.rry 1 10 ltJ that I cannot Iiol&I oUt much liopp BRANCH, J>rj. Col. HODERT GAMBLE, was were appoint on said Cuinmillee, viz : VDilwoilh. /. S something be dor.o to check th' spirit of filorr.-t Rfad ,JIaleSuinmtrClcltiin ITiMJery, Para-ols Far.j, .rio'Atn.il- ji| &c, HtinTxrar: bo ,isttdsd aii/ccr.'h
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or.rratoration lo health. lift Joseph M'Cut, William Bailey, W. H.ScrujjS Northern } ?- lion /he jejr. It ':lLtmve, if ib &et tclJarsrer f liii
cnlled
the Chair and
-. $( to il. 15. HILTON Sgression. The Gratia Jury would Girntlem-jn's, fins HaM Whil; and Black Bt-s,'r.P 4"'Cnti ior HIir. rm.tt.s. paithus lo tLtit'
V ean TI up otily 1r ten w'nutcs' nl n timt' *, endCVUI appointed; Secretary. Jol.nG. Pcttm.Zichary Daily and \Vm. R. rrp etfiuljr Migge. the Tie\vi they hare atfopted namt. Leghorn, Tuictn, and Pacuc-a! ( Hat*. vr farI.! t'.u aicar.: j5f flo y : \ Srie

tUS1 und prostrates l.im. Hi;< The cal) under which the meeting assembled Tayloi. The Committee lelircJ, and shortly alterwardt in reference to the position ofafiuirs. AIsu-tV A Garden Seeilj.Staple rcct t.i} erov.?{! tir..thieuuu1 SIfiKn n "St scil-

;4''ietii 1U2t1 relatives think lie lias im rliencc hniing be Mi lead, returned and by tu-ir! Chairman, Col. Dil- They concur with those who advise the South Goods. ? tend thrnb> the s'rnt4. A.Stglttry .oit'i-i (tot .

: ,f ur'iirg his present nltaclc, il 1m r'tytt:nre On lntjui.n of Col. H. WHITXKR it was wurth.rported that! they rfcnmmetid adaption; to meet in general Convention, In deliberate Domestic; Oanshurr-s, Sirt inzs.Swetiigi, &r.I an.t best Z.t'e..i < iU grr.nl 1k Tha.lfID ffrriL1
ilj u'-ii I tt?
12 th' caitt.! hi4 llirrcPri) (]< -,runs t trern.vL to KfS9ced, That a C<>iii:niitiM-l,.. appointed I ihe Tn-au:blcand 1eso1ut ions if theGaJdcn County upon her grievance If she J k not disposed I Hard,\arc,CarpcPter'TooIj,Crockery,imJClws-I j tmart of(; Jri'a.iy. f Isrv part pn tf l Mjrt'Je.nr l i.ntt l i* the lesT p 3'.1 f.tli .-
,
LIU ftrn his scene cfvciotnfMi? for: tho pui |>tIS e of roj-oiJiUg action proper to lilcetnig> held in Quincy on t2.e 2iri. oIl., except the jo Miomit to (hem, she should unite this known tare, Irun.Stc-tl ar.rl Nai'rt. ? it in. 'Iho! distance tojre if. vJ Jn pLnte&

cC4Atlt. even, which! fcnctruit's the sicKobntnbcr !'? tahei: ) by the peoole: jfl ".>!'i pitty: ii.ni| I inih ; and aUo I Ihe adoption of I lv\o aJuitional re -o- in solemn form, ar.d with potent! voice. If Groceries.Daefn :* tn feel ocl way Ttiihcrs?, whn f< ii prown.utjf .

tf tk5 dis'in nsict statesman, M ho the iuljji-ct of the piopustd Naauvillc Couven iutinns. They were indured lo di tlii lucau tic! i hey arc persisted in, she should determine, in 1.mrd. Flrcr/Ripc, IM-cr" Starch. ri rt : v I.et in l-'-u5't. V?hen lli- j.Ur.1 is r3nr.d! : ,

il d in providence of imj jjcrhnjtsnoixT ttu. I'fcainbli* and !%c<..'iilioiis i i il (lie GzJ'ue.i meeting I 'united council what her dti'y! requires to b.dor.o. .' .' 'tnz1 '.tre;',. Cr3trs! CuiiiT. ti.'ns.rio yt-.r ihe leaves'1 te lo.ae te trianfaure, !rm'ttil-d.: : :.t any re.rn, tOU4 oftt
'.Akicr3d ar.rt I\rir.s. -r.S '. Gr..r'nd
Ftp.):
:c.
to ICHVO il iigLin. The .uIj'j of his On motion of MY; HEARD il was embodied lully the sentiments ol t.e! CownitL'e; ] Whijc ;jhe Giand Ju'ry' xvoulj Breath Race Ginger, Po's !'i, Jcljraiuj. h'al; Fo-!'.A.c.. vyicC. vhrc') can h- estv'ri.4'itcut. Mr.

grmcva! ficm IKNC v liroachcd' (.&!Ieo.TraeJling MeCary.tmm ir *nir* of 4 .v>t Ubu-l Cr.tio.i HolUrs

Ji lias consented to sojoLtnclilwirg i )(' hy the Chair IP.i! aecori.ucc; uiili liesoiution .. %Vlmi;*, aid \\aslhe first l uieelin lifld in this Uis- should: not be severed, jet they would : Trunks, \V. ti<5wtrf, ""vc.D.ugs Gin tam! bet i> r. ir.4', fn-i aU*> laren'ci urnschite

vi'h' Mi.1 II. K. StulJc, the ol'J Loreg.'otg who .hui repot; i to this tiLt ou lie} mihtct ol iJse St-utl'ern Coni-ntioi: aulcunscjncnil : be unwilling to remain in th.t union if me. | 'U3.J Mcdinr.os a-vl Medicines of anrS P.ur.ts r.id; Oii-iat.d tIes.i for fh
cliff cleric, provided he frels &rong ciim. hloundcrlake inn Thursday next at I 12 o'clock. ) entitled (to Ihis mark if rc ncct. They quality and !tithoii' arc to l,.. time conditions. n-i: P.ant.itiou-t.: Old every Dr. T variety iwn* ndV us.iiiyrfjirfrl Sjr-tnpnrilU; sp 'ciei of heinji i im raided. This machine was in _

the journe- The flay fixed for Tueicupon the 1ol! \\ing gentlemen! were except Ifie ICth of the G.'dsden Kt ;i>luMoti becjUii> Tl.ey: are attached! to time Union; r.s ceni:";i'ed :ilio; Dr. S. P. Towisn.rs Saro.inarilU.. Hastings CadUlen C OT7. then 1 kit there hat fill. I ecu .

1 removing him is Wednesday next ; and if heejrvi'C' appointediz : Co). H. Wli'iUer, Dj'vid S. its adoption i is at this tine uniieccs arv ; His Kcellenty by -ur iKiIile ConstitiJtioi.; I Uit; the union: CTpOfld Syrup at Nmpt; ha,Lucena Cordial r.r KlmrI" confident it will cleanse! and r.ufaclurefor! for taarkct

t'll' ''hat: lime, and is not worse than Walker, A. E. Maxm-il I: ( co. T. W aid, Gov. I'rown.havi.i!; since tirJausnlfn County! wiiich t tramples upon that rhaiter.I and at.r'nlps Mizical I/\motir 1'jin, Daily's 1'Alrnclor.ANo Animal. Galvabic Cure All and a htindr.M The present lon price I prr month.ol Sisal Iempasrehly\ lo New

he now i it, he will }lie taken in a canal bout( John lleaid], Th >;)ias Randal!, Dr.) Edward j meeting, exprt-ssed himsc-lt, in a letter to cur delegation ; I thereby to ellis'-, them, they cannot -Jew fit), Pt-rfumery,Books, and Stationery, Yoik price urrenJ. U $I.I3 j fr ton. It pay a du1/

frwn .Richmond :lo Lynching. liradfotd. 1). P. Houg?, L. A. Thompson; and in Con re-s, aJvci&e to thecoiicni! ;>Iated Southtrn submit lo.Hoping. &r &c. of$'25 per ton. In the .tnac'tcd caIcuUtion.it! isput

4' Notwithstanding Jlut he i is prohibited from 1'. U''. Uievard. CoiivciiUon. that good miy result from il, thai j 'IaIlaliaee. March 30.( !8V). 12 41 at $>lfXperton.

uikiug on political s .hjccu, he cannot icliain The meeting was then addressed on call The following arc the Preamble and Resolution* harmony and good will may be establMird, An Ordinance 'ihere eve Irro Sisal ]Ilt-mp.antl>rf ifj of this the Iiewp.Af.are Th P.vng.hlaia

from speaking on the slavery question and hc of the meeting, by Messrs. Hrockenhiougti, above icferrcd to ai having been rcpoilejby the by it, but al ail events anxiously desiring thai or Mexican Uemp-th former lia-tsmoo:. lncra,

crisis ''o which it has reduced the country.AUlotigh .- Woodward, 1)atis, I I awk ins, I HnincJi, and Ciiminilleu: [The Repent and Resolution of the ibe rights and honor of Ihe South may be vin.Jicated To establish a Free School for tks City of the latter 11 a* rrate I The Si il Hamp M much the _

: harilly ahe! to speak, ho does at Hroome. After which I Ihe meeting uiljnurn- Gadvlon Meeting have already apnraml, ia our by if, they recommend, thai their M.lowcilizens Tallahassee.SECTION inns Mexican.! piolifiC and! of n much better c.tnlitj! thin tla

limes do so. ed to meet again on Tluirsd.iy tit 1 o'clock. lake steps to have the benefit of 1. Be it Ordained by the Ciiy Council .
'i utiris.1 / That a Free School be established The crriin' SisM Jlemp wss sv.l here in 1833. ..,
I am sorry lhat I cannot give you any hope ROBERT GAMBLE, C/un'n. 10/A. llnohsil. That we reconiniend the next representation in the Southern Convention, at for the education of male children, not under hy Dr. lerrInewlisIne! rueltiuvalnc I fr planted1 *, ,

of Mr. Calhoim's restoration lo he.-ilih. I may II. B. hILTON, Secretary. General Asesibly to make an appropriation for the Nashville, and tire! }' hope the Stale generally tte age ol seven, residing within the corporate limits it at lie llunliii: Gruund-i, near Key P.i-'cr.jne Hay.Th .
be mistaken, but I am of opinion that his houistro will join in this movemei'l, xvhich they be.lieve ol the City of Tallahassee; and tat: a Teacher < Doctor wi &ut'5cquenlly moidcred by the Inci-
' jisymcnt of the expenses of the Delegates, on the be ?r.s helorf lif hart time to rt-j'ize f h< frnii- oh{ hiabnr'm.
; the ensased lo takn charge ot siid School for six
numueicd. A few days \viii decidovheth- Adjourasd Meetiaj in Tallahassee. ein igency of ihe crisis both justifies '
part (1 Tlorida, to the Southern Convention to Le months, cotnmencins on the Grs.r Monday of April, The inhabitants of this section o? ei r Stale ..
bo is to remain amons m 'ir no'. At \\tfivc o'clock Tiimbdnv Manh and] dcmanJj. commercial n"d !1mr
tr on helJ at Nashville in June t.cxt. and_ ending on the thirteenth diy of September, (heUrs are excl'iiively a r-cit.1 .
and the Nashville Convention. the meeting was called to order by Col. I I25ih llli. Ittsoloid, That Hit thanks of this meetir.gare PAUL ULMER.Forinan.GrrnJ lessiou terminaung on the thirteenth! of Aun4. interest ia agriculture ; con ?nj!'n'lv! this valuable
Ca. Taylor Jury Room, March 19th, iSti.(> SFC. 2. Be itfurthir OrtfainrJ. That the Teacher plant has been left lo waste in the deceit air, and
The Washington respondent( ()the Phil.idelphin Robert Giniblo, Chait nian. j jTheieujion chit? to our !Icj! r section of although they hate been aband.T.c-u !I. rjiais ni the
fur their Letter and sujge.tmns to Gov. Drown this Ordinance shull b<* paid out of in ihs wilderne .aal t burned dowi v.i ifh Mirrfiin'fin;
Bulletin gives the loll. w ing piece of after leading the tninu'es oflhc Rccorcry of a Runaway Slave in JTexicc.ThR any moneys
not ctterwi, and woods more than a dozen tine', th.-y'iave surraoun.ted -
City Treasury & appropriated, at
of I lie at and in
Information. It afTmis food fur thought among last meeting, the Committee, pteviotisly( np. on the subject agitation Washington Urenhatn (Tesas) Lone Star has the following s'ich limrs as lha City C un'-il rmv ordr and direct, every tliCi. nlty.a-'d produced s'ici.ers cncngh to"

the Resolutions! the North, and their rccoir.inet.djt ofa Sou'hernConvention. paragraph : a salary at the late of eiht hundred dollars per an supply a 1ry. those in the Smith who) coniributc to pointed, Repotted follouing :
Our toxxnstnan, Iltigh: C. Mclnlyre. has num.St.c.. Ibis ciitnate! the plant, or rutlier the lower'leave

Ihe election of Gen. Taylor : 1. Rcsokcd. That th F.-d-ral Union,,, The above Preamble and Resolutions having been jmit t returned from a tiip lo Mexico, xvhitherhe 3. Le it fiirl'ier dunttl. That children! *;, inatme i.i about two years, when they arc

"The National Intelligencer! denies that with I tier! 'iisiitntif-n as it i U, nrigina.tng: ii: t the red, and ably and eloijue'itly advocated by Col.Hjir. has been in pursuit of his negro boy, xvl oil rcYuling appltcaJion beyond to the the City limit Council* of said, bs Cily.rccnvt-d nay anjidmtttpd upon- readily-
scrrt orders have bee Uvie by tha President frutertnl i feeling; of in j.>;pi>:n lunt: S :it-'S, and [ ii! [Honor Judge KaStzell, Mr. Henry 1 lawId" x; ill be recolcclrd niimvay last spring for as pu;>iU in sid School, upon s-ucli terms and jntSfi!f'y kaveswhict) yield a.wut seventy-eight

to our naval and military coinT.undcts designed; Jo sircuie: all in ilia enjoyment ol j jiheir ?;*, Mr. Gitardi-an; Mr. Cirr.iw.iy; Smith, ind Mr.f.J.dicu the purpose of going off at the same tim Mercer at such rates a* r.-ny be hereftertixed and! prt-jcnbcd. puind of iK-nip, or alrvit fi.v urces to the lealTn -

south, in reference to the corning Nashville, tights, as \\vll those inherent anlji'-i I : A, Lonjho were respectively called rn Hill's negto boy xas stolen. lie chang- SEC. J. Beitfurliur (irJ is"rved IV which wwiiM be triPZ t
tabli-hed shall be mder i acre- produn r. af (>
ll.esct-ncrai direction
Convention. The Republic, you \vil! ibterve as those conventional, is the ohio ;t of by the meetinl, were Unanimously adopted.: Our cd his notion however, and had safely arrived iiertby of the City Council, who shall for Ihjt ptirpos*- otir olrulation! seventy ighj ton={--vfirth at felftl)

is Mient upon the subject. Without being our ziudent a1taItnent.t. Circuit Cotiit being in Session, wa were favored in Mexico near Kl I'asto. Here he had faken 30 a Board of Trustees tnd shall have all the priwer per ton", QT.SOD. If. itwfent cf cr'xr'mmndmn'I1%>.

aware how the Ni'w'uik Herald obta-n- Resolved, That the experience of more \\iththe presence aiul a< 5 ..'tnc of IheJuJge, and conditionally: a Mexican uifi1, and was in a and pfilortn all! the deli s apperlaiuinj ta theta in tie hemp would sell but fcr $5'perto still thn

fid the information, I know it t to l b coticct or than h.ilf century! has proven the excellency! several eminent mjn.bei of the Dar from the adjoininj fair \vny lo do well, when his m.iler", accidentally I'.ial character.Pa profile other of tIme arlklo tn'l rS\\f-cM cnlfv.iricn.exrcul F.ich.p'anJ tit' f'-riifd; thmttofi front- ,
ed Council Marc! 2'3 !S5). any ;
'? in : ) ,
at !least, that such a piopmiiion was discussed of the federal constitution ; that, faithfully observed : Countie heard of and followed and capttuc! A truec'iy-\ttest. ;i from two to thrcj.thm 4md s'J"kernd, !>nf Dtitf

ia: the cabinet. Tho l i:>iiigencer is quite il is sufficient for all the ;p>irpc' es for Oi motion of C..1.1 11 H. Rl.ickbi.r-i iResolve' ;va3 Lint ; I ihoi'g'i' not \\i'I.otil a little brush wi'h G. \V. HUTCH Clsrl. labor i j. re-'ired; ; at:2-.tiT.! : ; thcss.o-tn! 1 preparing. the

too prompt in this instance. ; it should await which it xvas designed: : that no simendnuMit ( !, That the Chairman appoint si\ Delegtes : his father-in-l: SUM others of his new realives. !; March 30, 1...',X 12 4; hemp.T .

developments] before it assumes t to deny what augmenting the reLtiiu power of the. Soi.lJi. ; a.neipial aurnber of Democrats and: 1Vbic Major Sc tt.trl other oflicers al TOJ;: -- : :rs2 { or.cljicHwnitv b'.t we hive iraipoeiJ be con:rdrctf anJ s.st3Flliri2 rr.arram&4 rar'e at

may he known to others, if not to it." ern Stales can Le }hoped for, and no addition t) mepres 'ut this; County in the Di ltict Convention Duncan, extended Mr. Mcintyre in the C8). COTTONJ1NS. our 5gnre; tote t oiron acrnracv, sithott the

al guaranties, could they be engrafted iiv; >n i tobj held at Tai'a'ia-iee 0:1: the llM day of May lure tf his property, ever, facility coiisis'ent sli'litcs' clian ein theirre ulM; i! e mrrcr iR.vcs-
DE. WKBSTEU. The Iii al of titis utifottu.rale that wise charier, \\oukl b.s held more securuby next, and that the Chairman and SicrcUry be uddid wi'h their (!it>- asIJJany otiicr'r. JESSE II. WATSON, tiate the LnattC't. in tact he deeper bc-tcces ttc

gentleman for the nui.xJer of Dr. Paik. the reckl>f* and i ihe faithless that; (i ihofo tlie Chair GtN Mtt'.tCTtEP., coKJen hue tf cur c-jlculations!
to tl.e n'nr.bQT.-WheIeUpofl, d'incuncrd S.: r'. JONES.
man, commenced in l ostoi: on ths 19h: inttaut which constitute a portion of) 'lie origin in. the foil.iwing gcntlfimn ai D-Iezates, vizVilliaia : Kay Conciclt; n! San Franciscv. Palmyra, Lee Cwn'y Georgia, KET vYesT FI.I.. March CO, 1S-1? 12 2t
ktriunent I hat tI!,.> .V Sum Fiaici: : ai: attempt, ;pariicnLulyai u R. p 1TOULD inform his friend-i and the public generally
before Chief Justice Shaw. The testimouy \ Ca.leyVillijm Taylor, Mat,tin Palmer
present! juncture lo procuie u mo'itieili(' William H. Scuu'gs, F.. II. Kiackbuin, James
,
of several of the Plusici.ins, seems to woilJ ou'y open u ti! i -1 i ices o! bitter( ci: I 0 O.ir populatioi Ins been somewhat swelled his Od! Stimd, wherehe wiilbi happy si1y the.. H ''ivenlhif application viii! be inade'-to
to cunclu&ivc to the of the Scott, K M. Mocrc, I B. \V. Tax lor. br from with) a first rate article. As an evidence ot the I IN the of the Cirn.it Court 'or tl.- MiIcle'
as identity tentioii between patties ji':alous of each other. recent importations} Ilotany IJsiv : J'ulv
On motion, the meeting unanimously spprovid quality of hi, work, he would state that t.ul of tl e .
Circuit of Florida the 10th' day "t May nexr. for
Two cf them which would reMilt in chaos utid one slip silone Iirigbt: 00 convicts fiom I II-I ). oo
dentist political
body. *, twore posi : ; and confirmed the icnninaion; oi the above Dilcgi'cs. iarze* number sold by him the past } *ar, not! one has |I natlv.nty to sll the Real Estate of its 1 t'c KWred
that therefore wt deprecate MiehU. bart Town. In fict Van Iicuan'.* Land i is fail d I to give atts1.mction-andvomid ref
lively to fake teeth exhibited as beJoiigin to any perltct a Simkin*, dpcra-ied, tinder SUCh ron, !,iTi<'na zt tlie inlercsis -
Resolved, That: iniexv of nlhat as wdl represented here as any place! I know erence, givetho name ol anj one who < one r-f himent < cf the infant heir nt' th(? *ii the murdered man. Says u correspondent of have been; alre.idj: taki-n byparlies ) osuae It wauorderc-l, that the S<*rietary furni h a copy of.nd ihese geiitlcrnen '.vho have served Gin3 in ur. lIe ii irtendii to erdargcLisstabIiu' : repire. JO>EPH F. [RYTHHVVCO

the Rihiniarc Sun, the tcctiuiouy cf these to thrf fedeial! ) iulc'np..1tuit ot the prfwetejin s of this meeting to the LJiltrs of the Queen abroad, signalizB; themselves! daily conittahv i this! year, bv wh.ch! : neans he will Adirinis'rjtnr of Klrf'ed SimSin->,de .
compact \\hich lie
be e'lablctl 1 ti ill orders ( last jeur wa-i unable Jeff= Conn":, Mirc'i IS' ). I-.w
Physicians was eciting:, and LHS canicd the with u ths g.ioJ ie liiig i rt'liich nevail'''! to recommend t the 'I'vllaliaKicc Papers lor publication.Oa by litjv." acts ()IleroUm, : the city lakes cog.niza'ce to d->) with Gins, pussible, siiperior! l ii, any ever r ion :

conviction that the body foniid is that of Dr. its adoption, arJ: ii: viol.ttion of motion, the rn .ti'ig then adjoornel, ofi i: and rev..trds them accordingly manufacture in Sot'hvsetern} Georgia, lie thinks Spring Dress Goods, &c.
JAMP.S SCOTT, Chuuman.R. with bull and chain. There that etryc r's experience rnahlcs hip tj rijue! a .
plighted fidelity ; and in conteinpl-ttion) : of aro t\vo cii tin QILK Tis-uts, flack Gr tic Hhirje,
Parkrmn. Further howver he
on; r.y$ : little better aticc.!
schemes still rnoie fatal to the intete, '', i ihe \V. TAYLOR, Sen clary. 2angf employed daily in digging; down ll.e Heinija practicalucchanlc.and nithat.deJerfr.incd )V_) French. Jaronefs, Fan-.y. Lawn_?.
*' Public opinion is already divided tOte repose, und the political vitality of otic halt'nf hills ti fill the streets!" .m._. ........ 1. V ) u.t t i$. Pilcfed- -S. JTuiHonnet '. FitimrtdOrgandir-S ) 7 -
guilt or innocence of Dr. Webhter. The Grand Jury Presentment.We ufactured in his sInp,he f-els sa'e' inVarrantin them RibV>n Glutes,
the deem il
confederacy, we a duty to ourselves -
confjieting' testimony of medical xvitpescs; i ilouked I lie (rand Jury of Jefl>*i son ('ounty, inninliiig THE TI.STIMOV or l'imvsici.s..s to operate to th' satisfaction} ol the purchaser. He L.nen FringeLvone !mid, Sic ,&r.
(tp our posterity, und to th-* cause of will deliver them tree .cl.srge to purchasers at
by GF.O. U. MEGINXISS.: .-
at a favorable omen ofarq'iittal. this ur general beg SURELY IS THE BEST. For sie (
upon| ; presentment
civil I libetty t to uttei a soenn! : ;prr/n'&t and a their plantations Marrh! tr.1s30 IO -It .
The Hon. PJiny Men kk, and E. t). Sobien, linn but friendly) remonstrance against leave id congritii.itit! Mir fallow-citizens upontho Peadwhit t'ojt Ji/linuiiied, ; ai.d able Ph\slcian, All engi;Tnents made with his travelling A 'r.fs! ,
per- ni'ill number ofcars of ti criminal Dr. Alinsnn AUb.-e, 15-i\lston .trel, Ruonsms! ulDr or orders To the Proprietor at Palmyra, shall b- Buggys Buggysl I '
fire employed for the defence.CCr sis c-iict! in such matures; and tchemes as very Cu bills Highly Concent rat .dSrup olrili Srstpa.
Jed
alien to.
tddiasult'u chaiactcr, bruti hl to our noiioat: : the present promptly TUaT received at my Cirriajv Kositcry,
ihe which
tending Uniuu we would :- Repairing pioperly done In the mcst durable
Can any one t.II us by what right Gov.Hrown l&rmuoi f the! Court, amid upon the prt'jrouis f;: J Dui:4vMlh: to; s,
hope lo be ncriiMu.il.|! E. ERISLE $. CoDKAR manner. S a L ?. ____. 1C wih'oI; tip?, .
in furnishing the printer with the l ntiei.tion of the Commiviioners I the .! > of S.ir ipanll.i; ," 5o Co.V CAST IRON HOR E POWERsy.fAU
County to Dr. Corbet"Compoui. Svru
!
to ; r.fi-f rntKVnarl,
rflect the declaration, i.Mdicited isi the 1 ?ri>
Messrs. to
Yulee Morton and C411d1!! for :
publuMtion Georgia and Florida
uionfhs lince I j-rncnred alew MILLS in Sonllnvc.tein j
I t Hut aliout euht of
diiupiil.ued condition of tlu* Court-house but ai'w&r which will be sdd on the best terEi
lud a portion of lhat! letter changed, foregoing lenolutiou! and to give il tit ir.otexveigLt them that have been informed b-irtl s ofjou.au! have had( l1); to this time s'ine' Contracts c-m be made? uitl( my Travelling ien4.; i Also, on han SnKile*, RidiedouMa: and su'STc"II
il is du-i to to \ve
llat and sale:Ilnhty, il i iv expedient t lint say ,numb i.Cgro-H aad iu> patients have procured t-Ue- Any information wanted with regard to the ct and j joperation .irae.-- .and every variety of Goods aril Wares B,:Iallj -
I in to say, underscored or italicised ? th it a contract has been undo for re- extent. I u-eitat rLV4Or- of ihi-se mills can be obtained bv atltirtf:>-j
Florida $hould Ije represented; i inlha I Convon- i\hfrciUiiiies| : t to great fo'i-uiin i aS.iidlery E'-iablii> j ar.d all kind*
AgHin. Can any one lell us where, Gov. lion that bus been proposed to be held at tiring the &atno. t'wfelir 7, ii/Mff"i:,.jiidtrcncctoan> other prep in" me at Paltmra, Lee C.'unty. Ger.ria.MarchiO,1S3' i of work duni at the shortest notice. &e.

Drownvlio could had uu clause in the Confctitution Xaihv'i; !! on the first Monday in Jun' next. There are matters of a higher and more aratiun ofS.r4aprilla.1'or scrra1 of rzipIurr.ii'ae ). 12 1> j D. E. HULL.Marcti .
spinjjl fri ijaticii, cas !'3, IS57. T>
ftuthorizing thin to pro\i-Je forihe aj). 0. Rejoiced, That xx e approve the ratio gener.il impoiUnce, ; : on which the Grand Jury ot Ile; '.zin.. an.i lii duse34e in the niceratedstae. In Chancery.
of will talc occasion) freely tu express their with scot1alou lvt'itit is a mo't MOXROE COUNTY FLA..
Nashville I ereuitation uhich, has been proposed; ( comncCtd a CIRCUIT COT! Cotton Plantation for Sale.
point mrut delegates to iV Con. by sexciul o! the States, and which would en iuvg.Il valuable remedv. For it L conditioned and scroiTullous IIAV I'mM. If)."0.Jn'ia rl't 11 r i'i --nber olTi'rslr.r salehia va'/aable! PLAN"TATION" -
trillion, could find a c'.austf a ili rizin< liinrilo I ncit be immediately within the ulcers, jHtfncM ae mist happy[ ; rapidly 1nroving
; title FJoiida lo six delegates! ii: con\cntiou ; m-iy heatthtul dinlcerited Thistle, bv h-r next inend, Hiran "j s .:I ua'jj six mil"< and a Loll frsmFati.hus'e
appc'uit tlelegjitcs to the Memphis Con- and that xve also appove: the recommendation pIuMU nf I ihisir I duties to present to I the Court! the s Of',n the ral! hej'.th, and surtace.;prolu( < ins It a acts as a tonic co fl'ner, Divorce.1t.zei.t .. .Ir' oil 1 tho T.T5sittt U d. con" i tipgct;
tijn
tttiut I of feilow-cinz'Mis of GaiU.'en! Coun'v Mihjccls of national concern b-it th-y leel t tint diurrlii and laxative. Ujt; il 1 find a bet '72)a-req of s'lpt-riorCott-n: Ln f-r.iOirre* of which.i -
our itffitly I4 t
i lm\ imlct in i.c! woc-ib. Itt&as l
L. TIiMV.I cUurea.iJ: \ i here is now a crisis in the udairs: of I the Comity h t-J .pli"d b JT >" :rALAXSON
terc1nnj.cY.1nt l. I >p? ta ) yen
which opuses I thiit, \\est lorida fcliall fieri ; )"007 haurbciA tiate that IlrteUa'i! T.. TM4- i nr it 1 a C( ;nf->rtaLIe CvvellirI'o ?r, trtoct l Kfgrw
California Gold. two, Middle Fionda two, and Kifct und South which demands, the seti-vis n-fl-'ction ofT agertts A3BEK. M. D. tic re-rle out of lie, Slate r.l Florida, It / Oriltred 'j] If.- t3f ment, all
Tbn Treasurer ftb 5 U. S. Mint at Phila. Floiida two.G. C ) gixid ritizen: and which they ought not upr". MO'ion of S. R. IthUorv. lltv| C"tnplainant'sSali'itir ne-r. 3Tft\ tt sm ill! fieo! f n reT ->p&tt ip m as thf
Vcb.2 IS IS.OJ
ifljthii, furniehee the fo\lo'vinj\ Btaliitics of Jicso/rcJ/ That in order to |MS by gitnoCceJ., They cannot refrain Dton.! that a 1catung r.f the t-schar-: | nhsrjr !>*T fielfrpr.ped I" crt fo C i Tif>rnia.' Foe'
to out
carry BK'NLKV CO *! Proprietors
& > e
KDWD. pd in the Conipi inanl'si l.ill be had ; and tht a | >r ,rtinion.eKnire; at thb L/1'e, cr ti thesubstrtei -
the amount Calilnrnta Gold received the plan proposed in the last Ii(nfl "'Xpresi ng I ll!:o deep M ol licitu In with < and by their appointed *
up to foregoing reso. For sn1 by lluMn in any | nntity nuke! thereof be publi-hed in orr.e public ne\\sp.i- ', on ttu Pbntatiou. -
the 15th March, 1650 : lution, (his meeting do appoint] ten Delegates) which they have viewed the progros of recent A-f-nUin" lh.s U-nltd! St a-.d C.nia&.a.! per of this sta'c for tuG< pi. cof fi ii-rn'intha leaat.JUSKl'H KOHEK7 yr 1. ITALtrKa'eTMfl.

from Leon County to meet Delegates) fiotn ? public events. LFAVIS *o AilE, 15. I.ANC'1'ER. ; tS"0.' W ,. .
Al U. S. Mint, Philadelphia, 83,175,000 the other Counties composing Middle l Florida Tho institution slavery, fixed and: cherihrl Sole Asents! for Tallalmsee. Ju.Ige Southern CircuitK Notice.

At Branch Mint Near Orleans 1,901,129 in their niid.t l t, and to hrg j V-M-ir-h 3-), ISZIO. 12 4mn"ins S.
in Tallahassee on the first day of :May n,*M. cornni a Regular Meeting1.A irr.r.ths after the; first p'il/Iicalion cf tbsroI -'

7. Resolved, That; xvith a xic-v ol imparting ; poitioji; of the. United State.: ', i U threaliuJA MKHTINGof Jirtnin Ln U Thc South." I SIX I <5>iU aj)* Iro the Iton Jar-e E !iocte
WSUr. \R af
Grand Total, $11,379,129 to all the delegates \\ho may be feleclcdby t the rvst tlariniu- :LtJcks. Kieroci: ; 'r A V Na: I I. wi',1 be held at? Masonic Hall th" )' ,31; NEW and sj-lentlid psta!>lihM J-tdre of Pmb fp lor L-on Ct-j-'y, fir a fltrotn
the people of the several judicial' : districts, men's! jf n tendency to destroy that; institution, V/V\ pvnu'r'. al th u-ual hours. Bielhu-n i1L J. its'tnie-n'! i j., wow opened ia a t pi I tl e lninitrl'' Nti.i-) t r-c! rs; i ( eittg'uaigdvceaset.
is .'
It estimated that there vre 8750 000 in the character und authority' of.V/o.'c Repte.scu.tativrc ; and J ihereliy to bi! !it nil ihe lefrloti; ii: whicti 1 take d'iMv.r.e' : 1 -ycrn lhcm iUe, accoidmgh.s"i I I MM% nor 4yte. not exeec&1by a-iv other in \ 'ate ui l.-xr.DAViD Ccnnty D.: ,YOUXQ Fcrit!*. -
.
gold dust remaining in private hands, xvhich it i is est thinned with the cure, of disolution R OId uhi V. 31. iIe Southein, country. Erenfffatt *
xve think it that each liMriciConvention ) ; ) cf deceasec.Msrch .
ini ? George Young
pioper cit : i. DYKC, $cttfar.y.M.rch .'.zorks, Dinvf]*. Suppers, i-c. at the
would make the enormous sum of over licclrc I iiionld adopt a resolution lecog. md, with social and polilical evils of the wnr-t 3). I.O. 12 shortest notice. Gentlemen: in tcwri, or tror.i the IS. IS.Y) l ImJ< -Cm 5- -

million* of dollars of California gold, recehcd tilLing (tu tutu uciegites xviio hnaiJ i.e elected, form, sire preosed itjiun us witii a ciucre.'iMii country, (!Natron ol yaitakinB: ni| good litmj. (viiiicitrr'n Plow Iron :
zeal and which heuk for Young Ladies, stxfe should: not fail to this es- *
in this as representatives of the State al large. ) : energy, Select School ,) patronize
tince the lust in
t
country conugnmcnl the moist fatal consequences.' The citizens of labliihtnen!. Nasnttn'rJof vriJe Iron, 317 S. (T, af.-l Ift fft-
1849, up to the present tii je. Th luseting was then addressed by a num. the South have lost that of QUINCY.rr {Arraniremenls: h.ivirtr l teen made fcr ICE, we 1ches. HilMe: for.Fo'vs, receittd per SchcocerAliell. .
her nfier which sense security Iin next rfsion cf this SCHOOL will commence will be able to Hipj !lv town and countrv nutom r?. !. and for cil:? by --
Gody's Lady's Book.We geu'leinen, which a joint adherence to the guaranties of 1 Monday. June lOlh. Hiving cnaZd| an "- A splendid! ?ce Croam Saloon i" alrealy! fitted .McN'AUr.IIT: & GRXOSQ.:
Mr. IlogiKi moved that the hccond Iieso'iu. the cxpcrienrwl Teacher to la .e charzeof ol Lndif .sndGenHeinfn. March 0 t tti. 0V .
hate received the Number of the Constitution, by non. |.tveholdin portion rompl.shed. and up for the accomtnoditit-n j jit e'pcrr. ,
April lion repotted by the Committee bo stricken of the confederacy would give them. the M'ic! Depart inc..!. ihU Scaool now a .HiN !iniuza'Ie-oda ,,,:d Ciircs. Water al a.so -
; Of fac.V.tf Ladies to acquire a sound atlrt!'.' '. G. H. DAVIS, ,'
-' Gody's incomparable Monthly. the maga.tinrs out; which motion was lost-ayes,07 nays 01. A simple fctalenient of the more fl.igrant every fcr >ojlS hand. PRIVATE EMRA>CK-Orpostlc /
and accomli.he$ Education.' Building on Clinton sin-el, ttheie every accommodation ATTORNEY AT LAW ----- .
of like character, it is dccKJedly most The other Resolutions were then adopted.On acts of aggression will more fijrcibly show thi* trough. J. PI1ELPS, Princial.; will be ailbrdeu to thoca who patronize thi
; his !S io at TaHalm-, a-d will
taken ti i <
motion of Gen. Whitfiehl Committee ,
popular, as is cvid Mi<*?d by its circulation, a alarusiluig nature of the dangers to which the Mrs P1IELPS. f etabtodmnient. HAS i in the Cji-rts of the Middle Distticr-
of six xx us appointed: by the Chair to uionui,,. (;rand it'fer. their Miss l3UBBflDTa5. IVooiJeoeh hides in vain the Snipe N nnt secnre .
which ajready pxceecU! the enormous number Jury They see brethren The ; ; and of FranVln and JaCttSt" Counties.! -
ate delegates to Represent Leon County in Mi TOWLE, ) Lake swim-their end is sure.You'll -5 ,
uf IB|; South urievoi.ly liarrnssod lo recover 10* The L'fant in may March 0. I IV). 9 ,
of tixly thousand. Each i5uc is handsomely the District Convention to be assembled at their l lLi'cs who have into Quincy, March 30.13 !j. 12 find them here-and pai fridge too- _5-
fugitive : esraped
And each d.'. '11 bring forth tomttidnz nttf.Tiic Provisions &c.
embellished with plates' executed in fine slle Tallahassee.: Ncv Plan } ,
,
the States Cisterns on a
notm.slave1ir'diumg notwithstanding 'Fionl, the Eriyi, the Prrcli. and all, '*
by good artist These alon" are woith more The Chair appointedGen. the ;plain: and direct provision oft be Coiistitn- flF.RON3 withins: CISTERNS placed on their You'll'fmd if at THE Soum" .v n call. 44 CARRELS MESS PORK ; fr'

than the subscription price S3 annun.A .- Wln'.fieJd, Joseph Branch, Eq. Maj.R. thin, intended to secure them that riyht.'hey _J_ I.nU, in a cheap and diinb'ie mann-r, can be accommcdalfd RHODES & CO. : 6 5 K9 tie. Leaf Prime Lard, do.-
per Edward Houston on application to the su'V"b" at Tallatmasce: March 23, 15.10. It-If
Haywaid, Iq. GeoigeIv.
'l hear loud threats to abolish, slavery in tnit has given sat i. 2 half barrels Cranbcrrsci,' : .
tlight glance at the of the number His one
canon's plan is
Walker and, J. 1'. Duval) E >quites. the District of Columbia, und to prohibit the BainbnJ'e.all! who have adopted it-a certificate of Notice. 1 h> d.! clear side Eacoj,
before us, satisfies us that its hiftli! character The Committee, after retiring, reported of el lation to t do. shnuldtr (lo. .
enl labor works of be
s art
mploy on public wifl soon published.
which this notice. I vril
cf
Contiuus to )be ubtand. tin* inmes: of i the following, gentlemen,,, ,, Col. the United States, ecn in th
Robert W. Williams, Gov. Win. I D. Moseley, hear other threats that the government will na.! 1s' )- 12 41 -- e of Probate for Leon County, for a fir.s.1 settlemenj 1 hhcl. li-.ic Sziir, .- i

Tb.eSOtthaldhcrlUglit3. Dr. C. C;. Englibh, Judge James E. Ilnnmc, fiihid the earning of slaves from one Stato -Fruits, &C.TUT and discharge from the Estate of Dr I. D. 20 b-jiheU Pi-jit Gulf Cstten ?vad; -

The !Morristown Jcrieyman, in noticinjr Col. John J. Maxwell, IJryant Croom, Robert to another. They are told also that all slaveinldetR qroceriea, William R. ret te5 from Newton, rate of said Crunlv,dce2sed. ::0 barrels Rtitd V1iskey.
ssiirI! Ann'r.
Schooner
received per PATRICK I Suit itc'd schr IV It Ptie4WrtCACCHT imd (for"sale'! .5
W. H. Urockenbrou
Soioti: S. Hon. per.
UobJnson'a Hayvxaid
be
letters shall
excluded from
on fc'.avery to his perpetually .) New Orleans, March 21.1J-.V 11-Cm : i ORMYINecvnr
"Noithern Brethren has the fallowing creditablo R. A. Shine and Flax ins A. Byitl. going to the new tenitoiics with their blare Si. Lf.ai-J Flour, Rio' Cofiee, :?. March 3 I, 1330. 9

remaiks ; Which leport was, oa motion, received ropprty, an-1 that no new slave States hall Tolucco! White' Beans, New Spring and'uinmer Goods.ruliE .

*' Solon! Robinson, a writer of trnch merit and concurred in. ever be admitted into the Union. All these Oilve Oil, Oranges Lemons,, subscriber is receiving, ar.fi will! continue Turpentine Axes, &c.

ptti a few questions to his Northern Democralic On motion, I ho meeting then adjourned. things j are threatened by those who are joined V.ni Biazit! Nut, !irn 1. receive bv lutnre arrival a well select d stocttof'STAPLE ( rrr.susmiply! cf rh* aboveAieasmYe.! 4.
key. ir.d FANCY DRY GOODS. GROCE. '
BrclLren the ROBERT GAMBLE J Chm'n. with the South in federal and who Chrct\\m<5. .ti. to I", If.antl J2"Ca"wt Fh'JrseXlr1 FointatSaad*
through columns of the a compact, Gin, ?IES, HARDWARE, ic., v.bitis.he org for sale &-Spear' Cut and'W'roosfct Xails&C, fee1.
t'harles'on! Mercury, which they will never an. U. B. HILTON, Secretary. are restrained I by t the Constitution ftoin uu.dcrtaking S or ste by ALFP.ED E. HOC. at the lowest market prices, and to which h? invites .1ieceiid per Cris EneIine.and for sale bK. /.* ,,

His ir- i is lo accrnpli U such!, the attention of the t ZAUGWtt.ORMOD;. '
inejr c.orrfclb'' greatest 4uq :- any purposes. Match 30, 1S5). 12 publicGEO. :% "S : -
What j is your object in eo virulently fippoiin; Public Meeting in Jefferscn. Men who should Im their brethren are becoming reh I. tSV 10. II. 3w.Nc.4i! : .-: rtbriary.23, 1 O .

southern slavery1 Wo will tell! him in n Pursuant to previous notice Ma'* Meeting of the their worst enpmies. Slates whoso Watches, Jewelry, &c. : H.LUCSJ1Y, -S."* -.-

Jew words t They have no pnUr star longer citizens of Jefferson County, irrespective of varly, highest pride il should be Mrictly lo observe &! THE subscribers have jtint of Good recei! J. M. \J11LLIANSrIS PRINCIPAL of the Feciate Departmet oCFie4cer

guide then but office. Having abandoned ai.ben1I4ed nt the Court )Houne in Monticlloon their solemn compact, are openly disregtrd- 5. : a pood supply rrcc'vin? from Laura Jane and Wacis, a beau- will be prepared bj Grsl cl AptilUiiaccnmmrd'te .
which
their old Jacksopian principles, they arc xvan.aering tVeduesdiy the 20th inst. On motion. Capt.. JAMES jug it, and angrily thieatcning to violate it inn r4-. Tobias J&5&Gold. amons Lever Watches ae, I tilul, Urge, and well t assorted stock of GOODS frr thirty youijt 'Jadies with genteel and
trade to which be Would ccmforlable! board, at $tO month lights mrid
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and Snmicer ,
the per
about like sheep without a shepherd, SCOIT, w8* called to the Chair, and Dr. B. W. TAVix most vital point. They are attempting to Hunting Silver Levers, invite'prixig attention( of his customers and"the public generallv. wC4hln iiieluded. his hou is signcd for yeg'tadtc
end
as a last resort to-relrieve their loss of 1 of. >8 ananimously elected Secretary.-At the request misc the houses of Congress, jyhich should be L'Apren and plain' Watches, only, and all the ht.-rrsfs cf thn.emmtd;

nee they throw up their cap and khout'down ci the Clairtnaa.Judgc) | Joseph M'Canta MateJ the the guardian of our rights, as the instruments Chains, SeaUand Pins Keys flinZ, F.a1rigs-. March lt 1550. 10 to his care, will be strktly! ctfirded.Thnmatville. .

JiUi Southern sin very steal the negroes from object of the meeting to he lo draft resolution expressive for inflicting the proposed injuries. It is cvi- Eraceltts Bosom Duttoni, P.osom, Sleeve, Cation?, BURNSY rv'lfi. 130 fi i: r ,

masters and bring 1 ibtr, lucre wher" of tbe views of(be meeting in relation to the dent that the inequality and degradation In Gold Pen and Pencil Cae>, S. P. Notice. s.

they can enjoy freedom.......if that cannot) be infraction on the part oflbc people of the tforth, which the constminviticn: of these measures Gold Pe"ns in Silver Cases, WOULD respectfully call the aMenlion of Ins S S .
and Salt and the public generally to liis larsic weeks after dife, I hall apply to the Hon.
done Mujtanl Spoons,
,
Silver Table.-Tea
sink the would be but
these would Sjaulh tite ; SIX
compel ,
Southern naVobs South sad tluir to corn IAI.inistratcim _
to wt of lie rights of Jhc disposition I.laible Clockf and welt aborted stock o'f SPRING ana SUMMER of Probate fr Leon CY>unly frT kiltraof
ttem free, M hen they can run not and dt-strov guam egard ;tic comproraiscs the Constitution ; and inencement, of-ihe evil, but the first Scattered Plated Castors,, Spoon? and Forkf, GOODS, comprising every article, ,both fancy and "ij the estate of Louis'a B.-esroni-

the ire, and property oftbc whites, and, recit.ct to appoint delegate? to represent Jeflcriwn County drops from the black Morm1 cloud. Tim &c. &c.S staple,usuMly sM' in I his market-all of which herectmneduilv. late otsai1 Citoy( cfrcaa. 4S-, :

the cnor ujes of St. Domingo/such the Convention of the Middle! District, conlero C rand Jury cannot close their eye J the f.jcl TOWLE& MVERS. is PATRICK S MtT1L-' ; '
in
ii the that the great, leading, primary'motive4 of( MIrh 3, Mai7h IG' Fbr'ia' r> tS, 1650. 7 w
rrrcke
Iangu8c cf a few of car 1tte4 j be I.el4-M TalIahs'eien 'WeiNdSy i rti* I I
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$900,000.THE 1A Chancery. for Injunction anl IMif Cotton .p C';".'"r.U'"hlrb,0: U. cAll Ur.'r.wa.end'7n le.1., 5 ....

---- Arnold and sIena'mIDIUnC G1.V(17y5 ( "rnl
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MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. AXttTA Western Circuit of the State of Florda 1.'. BERRY & ROWLES, oodortnr. and n.rcr wa,; bn n a. t.4tH.rI a T....

: JACKSON CIRCUIT COURT, FALL Reuben Sol, Augustus Flurry, William II. McMil% addition to their business as Auctioneers and rCAds.uaal.aJ Ihlt.. Y., h. W.rle.

OF SEW YORK-NO. 3:) WALL ST., .Elias Wester, Complainant,) I.n, an'l] Benjamin C. W :t. IN Commission Merchants, will give their attention : Ih" purp.ne /(<:lllnC Cr1411_'.r whit U'"I"'i1.n.I b n. fl.,. b ;;".

Accumulated Fund S' \'. 1st, 11'), (WO- 4tT4r !. > Bill for Divorce. IT appearing lo the satisfaction of the Conrt that to the selling of COTTON for planters! and others tion the nbbeMtto te l *Ted..4 mrba.u eon. b' .J

NET: '), securely I invested in Bonds and MortitatTe* Nancy Wester, Defendant. J Scott,one of the defendants, reside with who may not find it convenient to attend and wjit ,' rFJUINE ORIOIJTJLari OLI' ')r.JITf"a"ad'. t

on re.,1 l etate in this city and Brook l>n, and Mock appearing, afdarit. to the satisfaction of out I the State, so the ordinary process of Court can. for the arrival of the steamer." Ueinir always w I ? *. bnin: on I It the OU! DrV "n*,< Ils' 't,

of the State and Clt tj ofNew.Yorkafld United StatesGovernment. I Court uton deftndant resides out of the not be served upon him : //1* therefore Decreed and i the spot, they wi be read) to take any advantage: of '. nod hU .tuiatur!, ieri. tb. c"a of suq, :

Western Circuit, and out of ihe State: It is Ordered, Ordtred, That a hearing of the facts t charged in Ihe I the makt may oiler. I PNCPJ Ofn, IOJ 1'.I..V,. re. Q

ThU fund u rapidly increasing by a widely extende That the said defendant be required to appear-and i Rill be had on the third (3d) Monday in May, at S (S may be kit for exhibition. Charges:mo!- i E .

and pn 'i,eiow !! inswer this bill of complaint on first Monday in Quincy, Gadsden County. at which time, said defendant crate, and prompt| t returns made. I l

The Company declared a dividend of profits of fif WiLJ1Jt March, A. D., one thousand: eight hundred and tilly, may appear and plead lo or anver said Bill: January 5, JS50. 52 tf IML' \

ty-two percent on all exi.ting police on the 31st and in default thereof the sahbi\ shall be taken, .ind it further Ordertd That a copy of this Or- -- : '

of January, 1-SIS. .c pro confesi-o:" and.that published in der he published in one ol the nesvspipers published LEWIS &. AMES, "' ,

All th9 Profits are dlvidai aaicrog the Insured. some public newspaper in this Slate for the pace in the Circuit once a week for three months at least. ,
ol three months before the day ordered for the said Quincy, November 17,1S4D.THOMAS DKALERSIX
The premiums are payable in cash annually, semi. tearing. B.\L TZELL, Judge.A DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS

annually, ar quarterly, interest being added on the I r" I GEORGE S. HAWKINS & true -Attest,
Judge, .c. copy
deferred payments.The tt & iU1 JI I WM. H. MITCHELL, R. C. LESTER, Clerk Gad( rlen Cr. Court.I. Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &e., Window Glass!

cash principle adopted by this Company secures : Solicitor for Complainant. FERGUSON: Jr., PAi4TERS' BRUSHES: AND COLORS,
the for whose benefit the insurances I
to parties Solicitor for Complainant.! Apothecaries Glass Ware, Ac.
are effected, the whole of the advantages, without .. 1 1b5''). 5 :3m .
9,1
February
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Stale of Florida ? I, Samuel C. Bellamy, Clerk handand forsalc the
them to the heavy drawback of accumulated ,
subjecting ----------- --- -- --- TIEaboveconstant.on
Jackon County. S of the Circuit Court in and for : fig \

Persons premium note effect insurance on their own lives said County, do hereby certify that the above is a State of Plorida-Gadsden Cicut Court. prces. LEWIS & AMES. \ \ ltl

and the lives may of other A married women can in- GAY'SEXTRACT Irue copy "of the original order passed in case of IN : Tallahassee, November 20, 1S47. 18

lure the life of her buand, the benefit of whichare Elias Wester vs. Nancy Wester. Given under my Mary Woodward, } -- --
by law for the exclusive use of heiself or OF CANCIIALAGUA, hand and private seal, there being no seal of office, rs. > Bill fw Divorce. IIMON TOWI.E. MABI\PIO D. P.\PY.

.pclrel this 21st day of December. A. D. IS I?. James J. Woodward.\ ) TOWLE 6fc'PAPY
A CALIFORNIA ,.\ OF HARK ,
arid all other dependent upon ulries SAMUEL C. BELLAMY Clerk, ORAL.] arpearing lo the satisfaction of the Court, by I OLD DR.) JACOB TOWNSEND
Centmln S. NATHAN S. WATSON. D. C. IT Attorneys and at Law; ,
invited to avail themselves of a 1\ lnC"lnlUl By affidavit in this cause filed, that Jatres J. Woodvard Counselor TI1K ORIGINAL UISUUVERER OF THE

arC whereby their surviving families may be secured A CERTAIN PRFENTAND CURE FOR January-- 5,1 S50. 32 3m .,"the. defendant- in- this cause. resides. ..beyond" the HAVING formed an u the Practice Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla.
viU f jirisdiction of this Court, anti out oi me aiaie o' will attend the several Courts of the
from the explanatory" penury.Pvnjihlels of the principles of Mutu. Fever and .'gM % Consumption, Coughs, COURt In Jackson Circuit Court. Florida: // is Ordered, That the said James J. Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the District Court (Ji Dr.Townsend i Is m.'about 70 fenn nf HI r. n4 ha lain
Bronchitis Scrdjula
.1sttinia. Gout
Injluency, known as lie AUTHOR an.l" IJISCOrFRKK at ihl
its TERM IS WESTERN CIRCUIT. Voodward do plead answer, or demur tosaid of the t.T.S at Tallahassee. All bUJineuntrusted .
al! Life Insurance, and illustrating advantages, Rheumalhm, .Veuralia, Erysipelas, Lumbago, FALL appear iF.UI.r OR io:. ." '(IV.Y IY/S1RS.tffll?
with forms of application, may be obtained at the Jaundice, Iy.cmepsia, Cos- JamesToWn, ? Bill of Complaint within three months or said to their care will receive prompt attention. L1. Bllg [ .". I" Has rompulled t.. RnD.t IU"by
office of the Company, 35 Wall St., or of any of its Puralysit Pleurisy Lirrr Bill for Divorce.vicey Bill will be taken pro eonfesfo against said defendant CO-: Office in the Capitol. means u ha..Iwn kept out ..t IIIrkei.nd Ihe sale,>riimcribed _
ticenett, Pits, Dysenttry, Dropny, Cw/i- In t.thru. nljr who bail anil kn wts
$ Chancery. and the cause set for hearing at the next Termof February 17lb9. 7 vulae. "ad reached the \.t ls .rl. ..
agents. plaints, Complaints, J\ttvoiis.1Jfection.t, own. I .lr. lnT. nevenhtbs
TRUSTEES. Cutaneous Disorders/ Pntn1 TT appearing to (the satisfaction of the Court, by; t the Court in May next, at Quincy : .And it is further (hoe. persnni whit bail hers healed; of _.rf dne-.-e miJ Mvnl
(tlfral,1fmorlaltf in MEDICAL NOTICE. ( its etrel'enrw unit wonderful
J '. B. Collins, David C. (Colden, Obstructions, Fiuttt, Iltigtslot .- JL affidavit in this case, that Vicey Yown, the Je Ordered, That Ibis Order b published some loin "catb. proclaimed HEALING POWER. .
( week
in State
Wm. J. Hvlop Alfred' Edward, and Defective Appetites, lendant in this case, resides beyond the jut isdiction public newspaper printed once a SCnowinf; many years ago. thtt h. hxd by his skill. srl.ncnu <
R. H. McCnrdv' Wm. Bettn, originating inConstpaton of this Court, and out of the State of Floiida, and for three months.2dFebruaiv Dr. Charles T. DarbyRESPECTfU.L experience ilevised an nrt.rle' whirh would be? nf incalculable -
It is Ordered, That the said 1S50. ndvanf t., "nk'.nd when ho menus wonld I fop.Dished ;
Fred. S. Winston Joseph Blunt, in theStateofGeorgia: Yannounceslo the public in sen- b
It universal notice when
of the Bowels THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. to brine into its
,
C. ,v. Fabr, Isaac: G. Pearson, f Vicey Yown do appear and plead, answer, or demur permanently located himself in virtues wotilil b known anil appreciated. This tie"inflil"bl'
John P. Vclverlon, Henry Wll IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It te the said bill of complaint within four months, or A.true copy-Attest, Monticello, Florida, and will be found at all times, ihe means are snpplieil : \hi.OR..VL 1.
the said bill will be taken confesso" R. C. LESTER, Cleik.February unless .', l.VIQl'.i.I.Fl PR R PAR.ITIOY
Theo. Sed wick, Wm. Mooie.Zebodee t "pro against professionally engaged. Strict attention will ] .
Stacy B. Cook, gives tone and vigor to the rtigesliveoigans, the said defendant : Prodded, That the publication 9, ISOO. ; 3m be paid to all professional calls. ,.tat manlf'clac,1 length ant, ",,1"'I."t, "aie.tha Ian.t.e is e ciIJ'led fur it Ihn"lrl.
; rUlnd
John H. Ca1nl, Jna Miller, is remarkable for its.fn1 atilg, tlf gl1ing, of ibis order be injde in some public newspaper lly 5. JS4! 19 incapnMe of oegeneration or ikiimtn.l
Johr. Wadi\vnrih David A. Comstock, .and Restorative Properties. piloted in this State once a week for he period of Gadaden Circuit Court. Unlike yonn S. P Townaend'i. improves" with ICe aail

S. M Cornell, Robert* Shinier, Publicly admitted l hy Dr. Townsend" Manufacturer three months. GEORGE S. HAWKINS. Isaac Ferguson, Jr., ) Attachment.r GEO. W. H U 'I' C I INS ever tific principle.ch.'Dlea by hut a Tor the belter man;IICu'The highest it is prepared kiwwledte.?.M ie*o.'

Gour. M. Wilkin, Jjmes Chambers, of .Townsend'b Sarsaparilla, to be November 19lh, IS 19. Judge, &c. > In \! umpsit. Cteni.trv.\ and the.rintif ., o( the art. have alt .'aI

John V. L. Pruyn, J.weph. Tuckctman, Far Better than Sarsaparilla." JOHN MILTON, Reuben Scot ) Sum sworn to i-33'2: SG-100 AUCTIONEER I eniii'h. nto. The re.til.ition arsnpMnila in the maniif it is iclnre well of the Old Dr.5arifl.tia. '.

Fred.Whittlescy, M-wos H. Grinnel, 33. In corroboratinn of the above read the anncxed Solicitor for Complainant. THE defendant and all persons interested are T.qLL.qlLi SSEJ, FLA. .confcuns Ti.u>y nie'licmil ro,1 properties. .n Charles Ely, Wm. J. Runklr, communications notified of the institution ot the above nrhieh are inert or useless ami olhers which I if reutmrd in pnpnnn -

John C Cruder Eugene Dutilh, as State oj I, Samuel C. Bellamy, Clrrk stated case by attachment, and are hereby required REFER TO ; it for o-e. produce fententnlion. and aeii. which U hi.
and Proof Positive.
Conclusive f'lorra,1 tho in. 5-ome it th of
properties
lo
Testimony furious sy Sanapanlia
Walter Joy," Francis S Lithrop, Jackson County. of the Circuit Court in and for lo appear and defend said suit on the 3d Monday in Messrs. II. BONO, J. W. ARGYLE, D. C. WILSON, ve *0 ",Jlti:". that'they entirely! eval"ma; nre I .II the

Alfred Pelt, J. O. Thatcher. Fift))[ run GKAKFKMIKIIG COMTANV., said County, do hereby ccitify thai t the foregoing is May next, at Quincy, or judgment will be taken bl F. II. FLAGG.T. J. HODSO.N and J. T. ARCHER. preparation i if they are not preferred by anI teietifte fnttii,

JOSEP'.I! B. COLLINS, President. Sir:-You arc aware that, as tIle uriginattr of the a true 3ndcorrecttranscript from the original order default. January 9, IS5)! March 10, l>19. 10 known only to thone eiftenrnrsil. in it.mnniif.icture. Mtire.,er,
the r valetile principle whirh By off 10 VIIi-"r. lOr as fh4tin.
15 VAC ARBATT, Secretary.JOS. Graefenb Company, I mu,t have had my attention passed in case of James Yown vs. Vicey Yown, sue. I FERGUSON, Jr., Plaintiff. .under heM are the vtremential met iacjl pro",lIa'",, rU.e
BLUNT, Counsellor. calLed to the immeious Medicines pre clttd to mir for divorce in said Court. Given under my ham} Febi..dry 9, IS.'O. : 3m J. L. SHIELDS, 11. D. J. S. BOND, 51. P. n..>t whl"-h r(,.r to ir its ..iln".
the I have: watched with much Any person e-ii 'lioil-ir Mew in. i..i i illqoid. .t, .. ., '
Tallahassee.January public
GAMBLB.' A-'t., seal there seal ol office 'f'!
JAMS* n. patonage. and private t being no this -Middle which Is mure (.n ih<* i', I ,r.:'e '.
19, lS:1. 2-y interest the introduction of the Canchalagtiainto into 21st day of December, A. I). IS I! Circuit of Florida. Drs. SHIELDS & BOND, from any thin: she: 'hne.i" tic,' i.r .1. .'". ..,: ", Va' A
this country by yourself; and am free to say that no SAMUEL C. BELLAMY, Clerk, [ Mary Elizabeth Fort, liquid sueeten vrn.i; .tir inoU---. '. > ,;:
Medicine stands so deservedly high as your 1EAL } HAVING associated thfmoeln's together in the SAPARIM.X E.XTRA er VKrf"srtirU !;n' ;. 'I .. ..' tn.
ltrac By NATHAN S. WATSON, D. C. Bill for Partition of Land.
vs. >' I
Tax Sale. of Medicine, Surzery, &c., offer their known as the J
In mi1 \
of that invaluable plant. own fa
\
Coleclor's tny y 5 163U. 52 3m :
January Zachariah C. Fort. 3TTappcaring services to the citizens of Quincy and the surrounding GENUINE OLD DR. JACOBSAKSAPARILLA.TQWNSZND'Z
virtue of in me by law, 1 seen its extraordinary efficacy in the cure of a con :
authority) \'pstel -- ---- -- --- satisfactorily to the Court that Za .h. .

BY have levied upon and \\' expose lor sale, before firmed case of Bronchitis. For complaints which In Jackson County Circuit Court.IN i ariah C. Fort, the defendant, does not reside in Quincy county., August ISIO.Thomas f 31 This is so prepared that nil the inert iMcrUn) af th. 'Artaparilin
the Comt Inut door, in Madison, on the first require the prompt and thorough purification of the this State, bnt the State! of Georgia : II i* Ordered, 1 riMH ure nr't r.ve'l.\tr) ihs>2 c"ixibe i. -. ic
the following described blood}, I deem your Canchalaguafar, VI'ar superior CHANCERY-FALL TERM I, Nov. 1541'. acid or of fermentation. I Is extrieieit and tfjrrli-4 ihm. even
Monday) in lnds. That the said Zachariah C. Fo.t, and all other perSons Jeff. Heir, particle of medical v.rlno is secured in a pure'nd eoncrn'Mtwiform
or .o much thereof a* wil ulisC' the Tae to any and all the Sursaparillas of fie day, Martha Eliza Whittington, ) interested in the premises of which partition !is ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW I ; 1I..llh'a. IiIlTtflkre4 encspahIei.fIo.nM! \\ *
thereon (o the sear IS4 tl : and with them alI aol well arqra"td. t5. > Divorce. snuht by this Bill, do appear anti answer the sid I able and he Hn:pmperties. Prepared in Ihs, WII). n is uuuie the
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The N E | Src 11, T I. ft4 fi, Nand E ; the S W 4 J. T. MARSHALL.FROM Ephraim Obediah \hilinton) Bill of Complaint in this case filed, within three WILL practice in the Ciiciit Court in each I must i*>'.rlullljenim the
to thc of (the Court, by of the MidtheCircsitandin the Supreme I Cure of iiiiumieraMc disease.
SecOT I, U 7, N and belonging to George AMclntvre. IT appearing ;alisfaclio ; months from the date hereof. hence the "h\' .. hear .
reason
rinniiH>pil it-i'n> OK -"err si'!'e
A EMINENT IN NOKTIIAMPTON in this C.VP, that Epliriam Obediah Whit. The premises for partition, ol which the Bill i is Cour and U"itet States District Court a I la its (>vor bf men. women und chilJren.Va. find it c.Nrg
: L.'WYFJ t the defendant,resides beyond' the jurisdic.iou h wonde's the
JOHN I II. PMTESSON. ington, is known and described as the following tract < in cure ol
,
Tu: Collector for Madison County. MASSACHUSETTS.NORTHAMPTON. ( of this Cuiut, and out of the State of Florida, fled of land, ling and beinij in the County of Monticello, January 29, 1S43. 2S I CO.VSt'"P7/0X.and m'KHF.CM.1T/XM.I) rfPSI.1.: IInd 1.1YF.R CO.V.PIf"T.
SCRGtlUI.
parcels rtl.FS.
December 1. 519. 47 Cm Feb 7. IS !19. and in the State of Georgia: : It is Ordered, Tha: the COST/fKJVKSS. all CUT.I.VKVl'S
Leon,Slate of Florida, to wit : EJN W 4, Sec 21 ; : t:KCFTICJfS, Pt.V-
Dear Sir-I have long \Msr t l to see you, that I said Kphrahn:( Obediah Whiltmgtnn do appear and WiN W 4. Sec 22 ; W J S W I, Sec 22 ; all in T CARAWAY SMITH,] [W. S. DLWORTH.Ma PLF.S, BLI,f 7!1a:.:. ,,,1..1'1 uriorti.ms .n-ni t-oiu
Sale might give an accurateaccou4t ot the remaika plead, a"\Hrrr, demur to (the laid bill of Complaint: IMPURITY OF THE ELOOD.
Tax you I 1R NandW.It .
Colector's ble of of violent of within lour months, or the said bill will be liken TNATTORNEYS Jl '@} It possesses a marvellonsefi: >Hrv in all "..tnIwents| IInsin!(Mill
cure only daughter a case
my is further Ordered, That a copy of this orderbe b"I'KutiQ1l.from .indily ./tie SIDM '.. Iron inn-q-i.il circula
virtue of the authority in me by law, I against the said defendant pro i_ AT LAW
\it"1 cunjfS'io' :
BY scrofula. Sheis now almost thieeearsol ae. 1 In 11 published once a week for the space of two months lion. dctennmHtixn >.(1.1..01111 the he.tj.tetl..ati.n| ol the hcnrt.
levied uon, and wil C'lqlose: for tale! before February last, putrid so cs upon the lips face, and That the publication of this order be male in in printed in the city of Tallahassee MONTICELLO( FLORIDA.July cold feet and hands cold chill m",f bot fl.i-.hes over tin horfy U
the Co'irt H State
in JUNE the following descriledlands of three months. aforesaid.THOMAS 7 1549. 27. and srntl prrtnriiion; rel.iimi I stncim of the
next.
MONDAY the
for ,
I Irijhtful rapidity; one of her eyes also became so \ck period BALTZELL, Judge.1st tunes, thront. and every oih-r pnri
or so much thereof a will sntimy the Taxe badly ulcerated, that to all appearance it could never GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Judge &c. ', 1550. But in nothing is excellence .
due thereon for the year 1549- to wit : again be restored. ThU continued lor *ixeek!, November Itth t 1SlL! > February A true -Attest, A. E. MAXWELL, than In all kinds and tn-e< i.(
The S E and N Eof Sec 10. E i N W i of Sec MILTON copy FEMALE COV1PLAINTS.
i t the child mot horrible euht i and t the JOHN .
being a ,
heats OSCAR A. MYERS Clerk. .
It work ondcrs of .
ATTORNEY AT LAW in c*es f'ntr.Hints nr Ifkitei F :inf a]
10, W i SEi.Sec3TlR7, N and 1., belongingto of her prent almost broken. During I the whole of Solicitor for Complainant.State Febiuary2,1550. 4 2m tit H'omb. Obltrveted. prtid. or Painful .' '.... Irreffiartty
Edward Bryan. this period we used SARSAPARILLA IN ; J attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir- of the menslruil peri.xl, and the like ; and i> IU elfecloalID
Also, lots No 4 and 5 in fractional Sec 25. N |, Sec I.AHGI WILL Office S. F. Store. ruring nil the forms o( Kidney harases.By .
QUANTITIES, but the disease was not nf Florida, ) I, Samuel C. Bellamy, Gerk !:: over Burney'a .
23, WI i h S E |, anJ E |, S W 1, Sec 2-J, T 10, R 11,1 the leas-t. While the disease was still t at its height, Jackson County, ) of (the Circuit Court in] anl fcr To Building Contractors. Tallahassee, Oct. 27, IS-I'J.- 42 it removing eire" tone nbstruciions.and strcnjih nnd t.rezn.ntinf. ihe: t\hu!.the booS peovrnl). and tbit TSletu. -

S and E., belonging to John Miller. I happened one day to call at the store of your \crj said County, do hereby ceitily t i that I he ahoY is a PROPOSALS to build a Court House in the town cnrcn all (ji.rR). o(

.TOlI H. PATTERSON, gentlemanly aent in this place, and relating the true and corrent transcript of the original order >ass- Florida, will be received until the S. S. KNIGHT( Aei"vous (lineages and debility,

.November sifr&fa",itorfer M'dig3 C. nl*. n.'nr in which our child was afflicted, lie advisedme -d' in cage Mirthi Eliza Whilfington vs.Epraitn bedian first day of .Ifiril next, at which time such oiler Wholesale Retail Grocer Provision Dealer at aDd Sfinal thns prevcnUor rrntatien. lwvis.Ye., a.sr.St..i v"rld6f Pitts' tlfv.ee.ether m&tdIes: ,
'
to maKe a trial ol your uancciaiagua. i IOUK out: \IllnIOn, sulm- Cut dilutee.Given as shall line been made, will be submitted to the & & F.ydtftic Fit*. CimtuttMxt. &/c. S."rr

one b.itlle, having no confidence in it,but commenced under my hand and private seal, there Board of County Commissioners for their decision TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. It cleanses tho bliHxl. exriics the I.veit,he"hb"cli..n.. tunes

.Hamilton County Tax Sale. giving it according to jour directions topping seal of office, this 21st day of December, )rin'no ., thereon. The proposed building is to be of brick ; for sale tile .ftomacb and pves good digestion. rd....the n.'Hrels o(
at
virtue of the power vested in me by law I all other medicines at once, and in just five days the ISl'J.1 two stories high, and fifty-three by forty-thiee feet KEEPS constantly on hand.andofers a torpur and. the coottipaiion all.ijs inlt.,,..'11,". puriue* Ihe SkiD.eqIJDIi.e. .
BY advance on co> the standard circulation eflhe blm-l hall expose for file, before the Court Ho1 swelling visibly decreased, the ulcer began to heal, SAMUEL C. BFL.IY, Clerk, [SEA:..] in dimensions. The draft of the buildin;, with the articles in his line. Flours of approved qualifies over the binly. .D.llb. iniens.ble pr |erspirntina; I.

door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County. Ft* and she Impro\ta rapidly for three weeks. and to our By :.TI.\N D. C. specifications, may be seen by application to JamesM CotFees Teas, Bacon, Hams, Pork, laies all strictures .nit t::;hlnc*.. tt>:ii>>vrs all ol>sirucb"ns, and
riia, 0' the frt Mondtv. in June next. (1SV).)) being very treat joy apparently cured-less than I two January :), J il 3m Gilchri or Charles H. DIIPolt. two of the coin. -S'Jgara, liivii'irntes the entiru nerv.ut "y'ieni. Is not tUis.then
articles
and all similar
Candles, Lard, -together The niediciuc
the 3d day! nvnth, the following d. acubec battle* having been uted. Naming this caseto some mitlee residing in the town of Quincy. All com.municaion Soap you pre-crainently} need 1
of incredulous friends think Middle Circuit Florida. with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions Nuts, But can any of the.1 thinj* lie snnl of:. !>. Town-end'. mf
property, or sa much thereof a* will be sufficient ''i thestcmtd to that of !on the subject must be addressed to the nor article f Thi
Raisins and all other Vminir niin't iininit bSe
Figs, A articlejusuallyfound i- not
pay the"State and County Taxes due thereon for the the cure must have been t-ffrcted by the ue of the GADSDEN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURf undersigned Quincy Florida." in similar hnod establishments. COMPARED WITH TIlE OLD DR'S.be'aii. .

year 1519, to wit : SARSAPARILLA, and it was not easy, under the J.UI1 GILCHRIST,) .i. .( one liK.\M> KAtT. that Ihe mie is INCAPABLE
door above G. II. Mon.
Storene'
TheNV4oftheSWofSec1TIRl3c rircultncls. to arue against that opinion : BUT In Chancer. H. DUl'ONT.S Committee. leginniss',ei of UKTEltlOKATION.and

and C., purporting to belong to William J. Mill*. FOR PROOF. When the child appear. Isabella ) DANIEL M. HINSON, ) roe street. NEVER SPOILS,

WILEY LEE, ed to be perfectly cured, we stopped} giving her your M. V Bill (lor Divorce February 10, 1S30.. ( 7t April 23, 1549.? 1 ly I ttttlti while cunulinlDJ the other it D into KS Irj: lu..ri uienu, ,;fermemtnf.the sour::,cm and liquid W.r.t eipl fit

Tax Assessor and Collector Hamilton Co. extract, supposing all was safe; but in twen.'ylfivedays : : Edward F. Ward. > din!. and duoagm: other j:oods! ha'i sot Iha horrible can

S November 2t, 1S49. 46 6m the same eruptions, running at the o, and I r hai ing been made to appear to the satNfa:tin of Notce.SIX GEO. H. BESTWICK, I pound lie poiiunous; to the s>!Um?- '.'liat! put act ntf a
swe1linbegan to We waited five to (the Judge of this Court affidavit dul tyiltm al"ladlIit.'r/lud icif/V/) a ..J'b:1oI eanies I>ysr-epsi I buS
( -
retur. dajs by months alter apply to the Hon Wholesale & Retail Grocery & Provision Dealer, acid Done not all know thalnhrn fi.xl soart lit Dill "I.H>,-
MRS. DEMILLY ace if it would amount to any thing serious.,. It increased among the papersin thil ca'Jse,that the said I-Iwo d of Probate for I the County of Jeflerso for FLORIDA- I chs. "hat Rli-rhi"r. it pr.dnrKS ? tf IIII""C. iie.trlbarn |L1t-!;
} rapidly a* before. We again F. Ward, (he defendant in the above Bill,resides out letters of dismission administrator of Anderson T.-LL.\IISSEF. lation of the heart l.\er c.iuii'ljunl. uwirfh.c.i. dy-enrrr. colic i
commelt.a a! aiid for sale at the and cnrrn'tim| : of the blmiti! 1 U hat is rrofuia! but an acid
her medicine and in five this District and
giving your days, ( same ol beyond the limits of the Stateof KEEPS
Sneed, late of said County, deceased. t cash price, for cash all t the article in : humor in the body ? What j.rJiire< .1 l! the hu,,i.r> whirtt !
period of time as before,) she began to grow better, Florida, and in the State of Alabama : WILLIAM SNEED. bring on Kinptums of the Skin ocnld Ifea..rl Kheiim. Kry-
and inabuut two weeks was again. From that It hereby Ordered, That the said defendant berequiredto t his line business. Flours of bestqualities,Sugar, \ ..ileaas."lute S.eilin:i. Fever :.tea. .ir.d ..!! u! to this the child has wel well. and Jefferson County, October 20, IS 19. 41 6m Cofiee.! Tea, Bacon Hams,Soap,Candles, Nuts, Rat j and external 1 It is nothing under heavn. bin an riO /;
Jay perfectly answer t this Bill of
appear Cornj'laintwiitiin
ins, Lard, Whiskey, and all other articles usually ; abst-ince. nbich S...,. and thu .|p..4i4. all the duiiti nt T ESPECJTFULLY TENDERS her thanks to her My father, Isaac Hodges, of North Adams, Mass., I tree months Irorn t Una date, and in def.ll body, more or i les<. What enuiei Kheuinau-m but a s"nr I
establishments. All
) found in similar
wanting i
a PHYSICIAN, came to see us with t the intention 0 thereof, the said Bill shall be taken cimfttso Co-Partnership. persons aCid Hiiul. which Insmitntes I1'C ( brtnecn the m.ntunt, x I'e
J.V friend and the public generally for the Jiberal prescribing for her. but we were using jour ni fd- against t the said defendant, and t the pro shall be fTIHE subscribers having associated themselves to- i to purchase any of the above articles, are respectfully I where irnainor and lnrtimng:: l.'je Delicate ts"u.. i>p>i wh.c
i cause
she has received and for invited call and them before II acts 1 So i.f nf of the MIHMI .1
patronage formerly, a continuance to price buy- nervous & "" impuritr
she confide that (for icine with success, and the child Improving rapidly, ier for hearing at the next Tom of the Circuit JL aether in the APOTHECARY LINE OF BUSINESS. elsewhere. deranged rircuLiL..i.s,ind nearly all thu atituenu w ftl. ihnm.tn ,1lI.c,
of the came, caa itly say he did not condemn it, but left his prescription Court, in said County of Gadsden,on the third Monday under the firm of N.\SI! &TAYLOR respectfully ins I nature.
the coming season unusually strict: attention willbt to be used in case your Extract. failed.0\\1 We had no in May next : 'Provided, That publication oi solicit the patronage citizens gene Store formerly occupied by L. &. I!. Greenbergk Now Is it not Horrible to mike and sell! aad ,it5utap irr'*.
table shall tint be Monroe and Jefferson loose tbutSOLi
given to her bu.ineli of this leI. Hunters mil be con iur- occasion for it, and I am sore he wi now recommend this Order be made in some public newspaper published rallv. 'I hey have ordered, and are expecting inl] a Co.,corner 12 1S49.of 19 streets. ...,G, FERMENTING.: "COMPOUND*
pasted by May ,
any the winter the wild your medicine in similar in this State once a week fo the period ol few days, a general assortment of MEDICINES OF S. P. TOWNSKND.and ; .
employed during .or -
.nuaU" Yuurobedient servant three months. February 1 I 1S50. of the best quality. They intend to sell but hnnld
ron jet fun have it Iin.I."Ir thai old I". J'icnbT..s'to.Is
the forest and frrthe fe.it lit red fowl of the To the Florida Volunteers.
,.
IJltCE J. HODGES. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A such as are good. ( .u HrifHal S"nlp'Jrijc..a IMITATION
lake true f, Their store is opposite the Court House, on Mon- undersigned will attend to the collection of I nf his inferior |>rc:|>ar:uou ::
Her atel of noard cory-t THE Hs.ireo torhul Ihal." "horiM lieal in an artiele Khicb wuolJ
for and
ooara ana lodg
(charges street the Post Office. the State the United Stalest
R. C. tESTER Clerk. roe adjoining or
FROM R. n. WINSLOW, RANAEUWALLST.N. Y. against bear the UKISI di't.inlretniblaneei<> 1'. ,.Tuv/rttrnil't article.
ing per day, week, month or year, iihallhe. satikfac- February 9: lS.r>0. 3m lln.FS NASH, for services rendered by or suppliw furnished the an.t whirh should bri"- d.."n ujmn the OIJ: Dr.sach ...
tory to her patrons New York, Sept. 11, ISIS. : L. TAYLOR. Florida Volunteers called into service cf the Slate ,' load of f'OIllI, .'UIII suit cniinn.itrotn from Actnt ts h<'have snliJ.

A stable, with a Ion usher, is attached. To Frederick A. Gay, Esq. : State of Florida. December 22,1SJ9 : 50' during the recent Indian outbreak. i coIpyifl.amIIJllrrh""s I V.bo hive 0.4e11 .I""owQ.'ealil's fEK.\I&.1'L..1 j J

September IS- 39 Gm My Dear Sir-I cheerfully comply with jour re- GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. -------- -- Being thoroughly conversant with all the forms I We wish it nnJerstnmL bt'rit i it the d..ol.u jra/1. Ibaa i

'jueit in acknowledging, with others, the benefit CabinetMaking.THE and business: nccessry for the collection of the same, 'i S. P. Tow nMMt J's niticte IIn.t Old: Ur. Jacob Tnwa.". '. 9.r- i
General Orders. which I have derived from the use of your' .Extract Dorothy Scott, ) ___ he flatters himself he will be enabled to give full tapnnlU she Ase.-pt.je apart, ,mj,*Jinltcl9 djgiag.i.; that
ofCanchalagui"or California Plant. .Itseflects vs. >Bill for Divorce. .c- .] '.._ sub eriber having taken the !tey are unlike in every part.cnlar, h.;.vin;not one sin-Ie l thmc
up. satisfaction to those their claims with '
da entrusting in comrnor.
Ex ECUTv DEPARTMENT, > on my system arc evident and gratifjing and have Reuben Scott. ) : and Ware-Room recently him. As S. P. Tovriwni is fc
Tallahaisre, February 1,1S.>0. SAN induced me torecommendits use to my friends; andI IT appearing lo the satisfaction of the Court, bjaffidavit -_ occupied by Mr. Gerard Vingerhoets, Reference All who know him.GEORGE no Inarmscenhitkn.v no (doet., no> .nuve and never medicine was,or if di noeneniMt -

election is hereby ordered to be bed in the I am pleased to assure you that in no instance: haveI in this cause filed, that Reuben Scottthcdefendant is prepared to Manufacture kindsof Cabinet Furniture ea,e than any oilier ennmiorr. unscientific. un ufVMional RiSU.
W. S.
Stcon.Division of the Fl.irioa Militia, on the I been disappointed in its efh'cacy. I do not hesitatein in t this causo. resides beyond the jurisdiction and has nOon hand agood assortmentwhich UUTCl what gvranim tan the public! have tliai they .re rreemtif a5e51.ne

first Monday in April next, at the places apltinledby my confidence in its remarkablE medicinal qualities of this Court, and O'it of the State of Florida : will be sold low for cash. GEO. DAMON. February 23, 1850. articles uW scienti.lc in prenarms mrdieme it and r.nialnng wbtclk .ill the virtie. are incslObe ch mer
.I
law for the election (>f County Officers, (lor a Ma. and' to state that I believe i be found to bean It is Ordered, That I the said Reuben Sot do appear, Furniture repaired at the shortest notice, and on which nil5tI"' ren4.r then, the AINT .,r Iiseue'iw1P3UI
wi
jor General to command said Division, to fill I the ''a- excellent remedy in most diseases of the plead, answer or demur to paid Complaint! reasonable terms. January 19, 1950. 2 Cm Fletcher Institute. henit But),.

cancy occasioned by the resignation of General Jesse liver aid kidneys, in pulmonary atTections, and also within three months or said Bill will be taken pro __ Madam Rumor says that students Ing eumMr wi.iiel ijuely shnnlil of inedictne ic etnm iliMi c.i.a v,h.>kn.>*- auth
WHEREAS or ur U l erwaof
require
Carter. in the purification of the blon &c. That jour eonfesno against said defendant, and that the cause T' Quinoy Male and Female Academyreopened come to this Institution cannot snine eMrier.ce to COO!( ; nd 'arbe up even r.nim.M decent
Otlcer! comminding Brigades, Raiments, Baltal- merit in the introduction invaluable plant be set for heating during the next Term of IheGadsden January 7th. The tecond session find boarding houses : To al! whom it may con- lieal. How hutch. iiior iniM.rtact| b it that the iiersons w bu mamlacture

Companies, within the limits of said Division may be appreciated, is the sincere wi ,h of Court in May next : Jlnd it is further Ordeied will commence June 6th. Students may enter at cern, I send greeting that I hate in my house on I WEAK medicine, designed Ir

arc. hereby required to carry into effect thi order YOr sincertly, R. H. WINSLOW. That this Order be publi.hed. in tome any time during the year, and, after the second weekof the hill at the Insliulie1 ample rooms, reel! furnished inonld
within their respective commands, and nuke returns :?. Pamphlets containing a description of California newspaper printed in this State once a week.for three the session they will be charged only from the with fire places, the accommodation of at $tcu;>n; and! ej.iirfntn.tintheir properties (healine plants th,muei* ,

according to law. together with interesting information in relation months. February 3,1S50.THOMAS time of entering. Board may be had at prices vary thirty students,and will promise to give them plentyof also an eitensive know!e.ge of the various diseases whwh atfeet
the
is also ordered that those who acted BALTXELL ing from to $10 month. For further hUDan ysUni, n.ti.w: to is.Ici.t remedies to theieihseatei!
It persons asInspectors to t the CAC1IA.AGUAit5 markablp efficacy Judge. $0 per particulars good wholesome diet, three times a day, furnish II is to attest tmii.li
:
ol the l"ctionl held in October ultimo, and cures, are GIVEN'AWAY a the AGENCIES.Sold ." I. FERGUSON Jr., Solicitor. ( see printed catalogue, which may be obtained lights, and do their washing, all for ten dollars per wounded hi-manity, n> LinUle upi>n !!ie MV unlortuoat. in the iteipainn. U. puny balm iMiuiflfl.tow IS

for County and Military Officers, also act a Inspectors by LEWIS & AMES A true copy-Altest, by application to N. H. STEWAUT, month, one half paid in advance, t. t other at the restore health and bloom, and '..o.r into the erushftl and bio-
01 the election above ordered. Tallahassee Florida. R. C. LESTER, Clerk. Jan. 26, 1550. 3 Principal. end of the year. ken bat,SOUGHT and to banuh Intirmity that ol J>ZulU JlColt TUW>3E.NO
Agent and FUUM
.\.IeniItshaI be the duty of the persons holing October C, 1849. 39 Cm February 9, 1S.:0. r 3m P. P. SMITH the opfMirtunity) and ntvait lo bnn|

the elections in the various Company ) ( Notice. Fletcherville, Ga., Feb. 23, ISoO. 7 3m urnuu universal) Concentrated

give ten diys notice thereof, ;It three of the moat In Leon Circuit Court months after date, I shall present my accounts Kenied)'
public places in said District. P. P. LEWIS, SIX within the reach,and to the know Irdtfv of all who need it,thai
IN CHANCERY. vouchers to t the Honorable Court ot Pro- Raisins Cheese .
THOMAS BROWN Figs, &c. they Mi y learn and know, by j.vin its
fl@! bates for the County of Leon, and ask for final set ex-r.ence|
a
Iraiisceiident
Governor and Comnandtr.in.ChtJ. OJ r :i3BYJ Caleb H. Blood, Complainant, BOXES English Dairy Cheese Puivcr to Heal.
tlement and discharge as Executor of the last will 20
February 2, 16 $O. HAVING determined (10 change his location from vs. 10 Drums fresh Figs, Sold wholesale and retail hy
and William Turner deceased.
testament
Ga. to Tallahassee, Fa."ould David P. Ho ue. Adm'r. of C. C. Hall, &.C., and 20 Boxes do. Raisins,

Pain Killer. respectfully tender his professional ler\ce! Charles Mapes, t al, Defendants. MATHEW. TURNER. 1 Box Citron, THOMPSON. SKII.UIAN & co.,

of Davis' Killer just t citizens of this and the surrounding country. He IT appearing by affidavit made in this cause that February 2, P50. 6m 10 Boxes Champaigne Cider 102 Nassau street New York.

AFRESH supply and for sale Perry by Pain** wi visit Monticello, Madison, and Thomasville, the said defendant, Charles. Mapes, resides out of Notice Heidsick Champaigne Win And by LEWIS ds AMLS,

- CO. ., where he will be prepared to practice his pro. the State of Florida, but in the United States : It is With a variety of articles of the kind, received Tallahassee."
\ITr& Agents.Kover lesiion in all its various branches hoping horn many Ordered, That the said Charles Mapes do appear and TIE subscriber having fitted up the TANERY per Emeline, and for sale by Agents,

bff 1.1549. years experience in the science to be able to give entire plead or answer the bill of complaint filed in this this place known as Baker's Tan%ard, has ORMOND. April 21. 1S-10. 1C.-Iv|

Bagging satisfaction. All operations will be warranted. cause within four months from the date of the first now on hand and will keep al kinds ot LEATHERfor NewportFebruary McN.\UGlT 23,19:0. & 7 Blacksmithing100D .

Ladies waited on at their residence. publication of this order, or the said bill will betaken sale ; and will have BOOTS and SHOE

AND SALT fo sale bvMcNUGliT Ileferenees:-Drs. D. A. Brandon, A. W. Preston, for confessed against him: Provided, That a made to order. He has on hand a superior artice Bagging and Rope. OOD, substantial, and) cheap Blackibiilhing (f

ROPE &ORMOND. S. S. Adams, L. H. Hill, Rev. P. P. Smith, Thomas- copy of this order be published in some doubled-goled NEGRO SHOE He would return all kinds done at the Shop near mj Stable, occupied

Kxrport January .5, 1&5. published in Tallahassee, for the newspaper of four his thanks to the ctizens of Gadsden and the '3 PIECES Kentucky Bagging, bt year by Miller &, Er ,law.
ville.Dis. space "
W. J. Brinson and J. H. Pope,Madison Court months. adjoining Counties for past patronage, and say 30 coil: Rope January 20, ISW. 3 A. A. FISHER.S. .
1 bale Twine
Notce. House. THOMAS BALTZELL, J ge. to them that he will continue to manufacture Lea ,

months after date, undersigned will apply' 09-: Office at Mrs. J. L. Deroillj'i. Dated November S, 1S49. ther, Boots, and Shoes, at his old stand in Gadsden 2 bales Gunny Cloth. S. Knight
Just received Schooner PetUs and for sale
SIX the Hon. Judge of Probate (for Leon County October 13, Ib49. 40 Cm A true copy from the original. County, near Qnincy. He will be glad at all times per McNAUGHT ORMOND.by continue business at his old stand, where

for Utters of dismission from the Estate of Arthur OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark, & WILL hoped to wait on such of his friends as barf

Burner ten. deceased. Tin Manufactor. I November 24, IS,19. 40 4inAttachment. : Hides, crippled negro boys, or his own paper. Newport, February 23,1850. 7 heretofoie extended so liberal a patronage, proroil.in .

JOHN S. HART, Ex'r. we are c Good Boot and Shoe maker, of steady habit(:, "Fancy Sugar." ? that all shall havegood'articlesat lair prices.

September 8, 1549. 23-6m HAVING engage all orders in line in employment. April 29, 1849. 17
our
a
w. n. MCMILLAN. BARRELS extra fine Vacnm Pan Sugar,received
prompt and satisfactory manner. All orders from In Jiutiec't Court for 2d District of Leon County. 5> Pettes and for sale -
Notice. the country will receive inimed'atc attention. Aiberaldiscount H. Flagg,Agent and Trus-l Talahasset February 2, 18:} 4 ly per byMcNAUGHT ORMOND. Pure Sulphate of Quipipe.rpHE .

SIX months afterdate, I shall apply to the Honor given to mercha its and dealers.T francs his wife, Mary E. Flagg, Amount of debtvs. JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, Newport, February 23, 10 & 7 subscribers have on hand two hundred ndJL

Judge of Probate in and for the Count.* of WHITE& CO. i $25 00. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. fifty ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which (If"'

Jefferson formydicharge a one or( the Adminiira. June, 1840. 23 Protection Insurance Company of Liverpool Salt. have obtained direct from the piannfactorcrs( and
_II of William Bellamy late of said New Jersey. j UILDINGS, Stock and Cotton in Ware-house they will warrant it lo be a superior article
tors Fruits &c. JJ insured fire. SACKS in fine order,(bleached Sacks,) just
by lOn
ceued SMITH SIMKINS. defendant and all others ,interested are here- lol We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and MeJi

Jefferson ,ty.January ig. zso. 2 6m. ORANGES THE notified of the commencement of this suit LEWIS &AMES, sale l\J\J received per Barque R H. Gamble,and foi cines by recent arrivals, qnd are prepared f..XfCUtC

RAISINS LEMONS., by attachuentreturnable to a Justice's Court to be January 2185. 3 Agents, Talahasee.Garden Newport by February McNAUGHT 23, ISoO. &ORMOND.7Gentlemen's orders for articles jn our line, at wholesale or retail,

Notice. APPLES ONIONS, held at Tallahassee, on the 16th day of March, A. on the most accommodating terms.

month aflf r
SIX le Judge of Probate (or the County of Wash. in hi1 barrels and kitts( Given under my Land and seal, this the 31st day of 1 A LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS Clothing. year 1847. They generally in mal| amounU,

for letter*of dismission (rom tdministrtn PICKLED TOGUE December, 1S49. ri. just received from the celebrated garden of G A SMALL and well selected stock of Clolhng but if the whole co:>ia ue u.u ffiini i w v t"

Inrtot! "' the utiLe of Mathew deceased.HENRY Just received and for EDWARD. M. WE[SEAU] R. Garretson,on Long Island. For sale by just received per Emeline,and for sle far towards liquihtingceitain suns which w evt.

". 0JLAL.jabMIl.1&5'3. JOHN McDOUGALL. Justice of LEWIS &AMES. 1feN AtGIT.1/ ORMOND. LEWIS & AMSI

52 Gsa December 22, ISiP M. January 5, 1850. 5? 3m January ft. 1850. 52 Newport, February: I :( 1 5< ISJS V





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