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

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A Powerful Appeal, their attention to you and your property. THE BLIND BOY.BY these admonitions seriously heart and profit and their interests-and, with singular lad New Orleans Correspondence. 1 '

a letter in tho New<< York Herald, of Fouriorism is worse with you than in Paris. ELIZA COOK. by them-invoking a continuance of all those and great moral courage, he has stepped forward NEwOaLELsMsrch2Ist,150." ,

t From ult. which we have: )had on file for Grncley has already started for a free bath: The blind boy's been at play, mother blessings of a kind Providence which has and put forth lo the world an argument MB3SUS.'! EDITORS :-It has Iwen a I.ng ,
,be 18th and a free wa hbouse. His next move will We Anti mlr'games we had; hitherto been so signally manifested in your which, while responsive lo the friend of theConstitution time since I had the honor appearing i iq It.4
the following led him on our mother, I
day put we extract' aP- be for a free catin .bouiP and then, a free way behalf
,ome ) And every btep was glad. / is eminently calculated to carry Floridian-and perhaps you and your readershave i
peal to the North. If rend and !reflected up. lodging-house, a free clothing establishment, But when we found :atari}' flower. I remain, very repectfully, along the judiimci.tof his peculia; constituents not regretted this absence. Rut a I am ,,
ia that section, it cannot fail to be produc. and who is to pay for jt ? You, men of pro. An4 praised it* varied hue, Your obedient servant, ond conciliate them tohU side. sometimes afflicted! with that very common '

(1ft of good, and materially aid the sober perty. You, fqr so it will end. Your doc. A Just tear came like trembling drop oi dew.down his cheek, A SOUTHERN PLANTER.Messrs. ; We hope, that: from such a body ofmcn a: and troublesome infirmity, known to the learn ::" .

tire the in to a wise trine is that the majority must f govern and the HILL, McLKAN & Co., New Orleans. the American Senate, a satisfactory adjustment ed! as cac&this scribcndi. and being at present '.
minded among We took him the mother, )
needy can outvote you ten to one. You art' to njjJ of (his vexed question will come ; but if not, under the influence cia paroxism, ( have concluded
aeCigiOn i upon the qucuion : trying to apply! the principle to the South.- A Where rainbow tailing oerlhe wales rill,mad mother, The Mind of ou Country. I we shall crave for our beloved State the im. to send you a paragraph or two, and,

"J/t? the call of disunion once be started: You urge on the majority, which i is in the free As golden! placed; Under this head the Richmond Enquirer mortally which the keeper of the Tomb of hope you may find them deserving a place in '
and it t ctnnol) be stopped. Let the South once State, to vpte O\ro the rights of the South in Hut when sun-ra)1: at the scene, draws the following good portraitures of Clay, Washington is entitled to ; fur ; in the estimation your columns. 1 .

I utte disunion: and extermination only can the Union), and destroy Southern Institutionsand And stood hailed quite] the Mill clear blue the.batik ky.He Calhoun, and Webster, whose recent efforts of all men, he iSllL sun around which Tho weather for the last two or threo weeks,

check it. Southern J leaders (:as they arc call. property. The South understand the ultimate And breathed a lunglong upon sigh.i upon the question now before the country, respectively all others mul more as mere satellites, to ihs has been dry and warm. Vegetation has :
edit the North) cannot check it; Hampden, in ruin, to them, of your game. You end generally put out ; and trees that presented
We .ked him he mother. o
a why wept furnish illustrations of their mould
do will resist
have tried the yourselves not. They step by
well to
England, mighljas: stop Whene'er we found the spotstVbere nothing but naked trunks and boughs a few
revolution which took off the head Charles! step with the loftiest mQt \'es--for in saving periwinkle crept, mother I ofrnind. : I Mrs. Miller. days ago, are now clothed \vith fragrant t leave

the ht', or Mirabcau to haye: turned back the themselves, they rest assured they save you. O'er wild forget-me-notJ The first to speak out, without hesitationand The following article in reference to this and buds by nature's ng ic. Even tbp poor ,
French revolution, or man try to stop lhe II they cannot do both, they then are preparedto Ah As me fast!" he said, while shower tears, ran down without fear, was Clay. This man has unfortunate individual, has been furnished to stunted! shrubs found, i,our city, surrounded as ,

wares of the ocean, as leader to stop a popular separate from a section that are blind and It i,because as summer I cannot seeThe always led ; his holdn-cs and decision are nat. the Baltimore Patriot, from an authentic they are by brick and mortar, and envelopedin
movement at the South, which is wilder and will not be caved. sunshine and the flowers." ural ; his great forte is to leap into the danger smoke und dust, as if they participated :
Ciort fierce than the roll of seas. And why ? Even on higher ground it is the interest of with chajrfulnessand to brave the storm with. source, and it is very desirable to those most i*} my longing'i foe solitude and! quiet-' '_
Oh, that mother
The South have the right on their side,-and the f.'ee. Middle and New England States, to Has taught poor me sightlessboy I am blest, out fear, He has never been backward in deeply interested.!! this affliction that the press have felt the influence of the genial warmth: .

they are aware of it. They do not want to unite with the Southern in opposing the Wcs- For I can look with joy, motner, any of his acts or opinions. What bethinks throughout: the country should give it as wide and put forth a few sickly leaves to welcomo

be in a Union where their rights are trampled tern. Looking to the ruturc, if the South On all llcvc the beat ; he says, and what he sees he communicates and early a circulation as possible! : the return of spring.jh I ,
" by the majority: becausa they j qr th.e : leaves the Union, what chance do the rich And wil n I see the dancing stream with ;great facility and brilliancy; but, like all Messrs. Editors envyyouyoir Florida ..
ypon And daisies red and while
weaker and minority section. Eastern and Middle States stand against the I'll kneel the meadow sod, superficial minds, his brilliancy burns out rapidly HENRY C. BAKER OF WINCHESTER, VA.- Hmale.nd. I think I could appreciateand .
Have the Northern: States counted the cost ? overwhelming vote of the Western ? None. And thank my God for sight.i and leaves the thinking man to searchfor The friends! of t the unfortunate lady who disap. enjoy your pure and fyxlmy atmosphere,
Potbry know, or must the reality teach them, The West contribute nothing to the revenue the materia out of which he has built his peared at the Falls Niagara .the night of after having been stifled; by the, dust and disracled I II
that the South haye everything to gain by dis. of the Federal Union ; but they need, annually Cotton Circular. great as the result of his search, the the 26th November last and who vya? then ( by the n.ofce of a crowded city, and' o

i''> union, and the North everything to lose ? Let millions to be srent upon their favorite LIVERPOOL, Jan. 20, 1850. only solution is to be found in his matchless supposed have committed suicide have been, sickened! by the multifarious odors that are ex.
ui examine a 1 few Dimple facts j scheme internal) improvements. You need Gentlemen.-The Hibernia arrived here at voice and splendid address. In the early years for three months, in a state painful uncertainty I haled from its filthy alleys and loathsome sinks :
The put 3'czr the Southern States have none ; but they will drain you for this purpose half past A. M. of Tuesday last ; her accounts of Mr. Clay, he bore away the acclamations and still more painful i appreijenstcq; in I by a southern ,un. ,_
produced 2,500,000 bales of cotton ; at pros- -they hive the votes, and without the Southto :still diminishing estimates of ihe and huzzas of countless multitudes/ by his eloquence regard to her real l f te. The spring (rude, it i is said, has opened very

ent prices, 810 per bale, i illi 8 100,000.000. conserve and act with you, they can and crop, and a rise of fully a cent in New York, ; for his'oie then was sweetened! by 'hey have ascertained, beyond question, briskly. T,he city i U: crowded with country
The other products of rice, tobacco, and will do it, for they have the majority. Blindas in the very teeth of the lowest rates sent out that nectar popular delight! pure and disinterested that Henry C. leaker! ,the person whose name merchants who arc laying in their summer

lugar, will not fall short of 50,000,000.. you are, do you not see that it is your true since October, produced a great sensation in patriotism. Since then, however, he stands. at the, head of(bis publication/ was the stocks, and! visitors: of every description. I
Here arc one hundred and fifty millions of policy to sustain the South and her institu. Liverpool, and :30,000 bales were sold that has sulfered the cloven foot ambition to pro. )young rnaq y-ho was seen at t the Falls of Niagara understand that all our principal: hotels are su

dollars, produced in these sneered at States by tions ? ay, even to increasing: the votes of the day at l fully J advance, establishing middlings6J trude itself in all his great public efforts, and a (exy: days before the arrival o( tho lady I full, that it is ditcul to get accommodation.
wealthy capitalists at the North, who are like. slave States, rather than to diminish them, for very stL and little offering. The next whilst his declarations arc Ji forked light in question at Buffalo. He was the personwhO Among! cl, cr distinguished strangers/ who
wise engaged: in the attempt to rum a portion your own eventual security against; the Weltr'l thy operators 1H:\to discover that: they had ning when he would wish destroy! and as in the car-hoiiMj at Huff.ilo! handed her were in our city lutf vyeek, the party of Seminoles .
of the Union which has made them princes in Gentlemen of the North, reflect well upon ut a little ahead of the music-the time lo mellow as the south wind when ho would wish a note y.hen she there landed with her chil I from Flori.Ion their way to Aikansas, t

wealth. On the ther hand, what do the these plain and practical"iews, and then de. allow: cotton to take its natural upward courts to persuade, yet selfishness has thrown its dren.The were not overlooked, but attracted considerable .
North produce and export 1i ? cide whether: the Union is of value sufficientfor not yet arrived!-ihe flnocow on the other blight and mildew over these splendid cuahi., connection of her nam.e with that of attention. I confess that: I met (hem on

i. Why, the whole exports of the free or you to raise your voices and act energetically side had yet rich stores in her udder, and i locations, and he reposes only en his, 'former Baker ; his movements/ from the beginning ; iMagazinu strict with emotions differing a lit. .
Northern States are not over forty millionst i in protecting the rights of t the Southern was impoitant to saas much of the hhip.I laurels. o" the recognitions of him with a lady in various lie frorfl (hose I should have experienced! onrr.eeting .

at t the outside Now let us suppose a sepa States, which have been guarantied to them, I pings as possible, before the, article should be Calhoun. has spoken net. Hi reflections places$, I by individual; ; to whom he was known; them in the WakulU Hammock dUe
ration. The! exports from the North, of man. as members of the Federal Union. We are allowed to go up ; so all hands were piped to have been on facts and principles! s, from which. his unfeeling and brutal conduct sanctioning ring lime sears r or '39.. I ws somewhat

ufactured! goods, would be out entirely-her not a nation ; we are a Federal Union of thirty ( quarters in order to prepare a wet blanket: he has been conducted to conclusions reaching by his silence, the multitude! cf newspaper re- disappointed: &t the physical appearance of
cotton manufactures( ) would be ruined.One hall sovereign States. Each State has its rights. .the, spinners by instinct, speculators L a full far into the f future. The character: of Mr. ports l tending to sully her character, have been \those men, who for so long bid defiance to the '
the amount of her domestic exports would The Southern Slates are now acting; together.': sense of security in whit they had )hopcflr Calhoun's mind has been always that of the and are such as tu demand from her friend i t chivalry of our' armies. Instead! majestic;
have to be lopped oft The South would You might force, by shedding some blood a' still desired another suck or two ; since analyser in the Senate house ; but when filling the exercise of the sacred duty arraigning i !I a.nd! noble formed! "sons of I ihe forest," \tho
manufacture fur herself. She has all the material single State to remain in the Union. You the sales hare fallen uf!', though no re. the positions Secretary of State or War, this man at the bar of public indignation. specimens I saw were dimimlit1amplls of
and means to do so ; she can do it chea. cannot force a whole section of States, comprising duction in price., It was discovered! that he has: shown! mot finished capacities for the The opprobrium which his conduct has cast dried up humanity ; \ s wilhcn-c by .

per ; the has the raw material: on the spot ; eight millions Southerners to remainin somebody in New Yoik had written a letter operative: portion of our system. In no intellectual upon a name which, until she saw hill was (Itmiiie, or grie. -the m *n wrapped filthy ,
the has water: power unlimited ; labor is a Union which, is acting worse than any stating thai a friend of theirs had! taken a hasty cDtilJict' has ho eyjir been defeated.! unblemished, has scarcely! a narelltil) 1 in the I blankets or gowns, and!'I the women with the
cheaper, either while or slave ; she has more tyrant of a nation could act without the sh -d- flight all the way from Xew Yoik to Mobile Xb'man' ever obtained a more perfect triumphover annals human depravity. exception/ of a very short saque, a la Eve.-

room ; more ground for the erection of houses ding of oceans of blood, of which the free. between the '..Join and 31st December, another than Calhoun did over John Raitr He has for months exposed the mangled re.mains They were, however, laying ouMJncIe Sam's.
for the !laborer ; fuel is cheaper. She then States would be apt to bleed quite' as freely as and stated that he found quite as much un. dolph in'thc: d's.'i: sion: on the war of 181 In of her reputation to tho general scam of boutUy money judiciously in the purchase I
has no expense of cartage, transportation, I those of the South. The crisis has pcked:: cotton in the fields as when I he passed the great debate' on the Sub-Treasury, Clay the world.! He his dishonored the memory ofa of necessaries. l for their new t homes, and were .
freight, or Northern charges and commissions I There is but one alternative. There come'-I through in the middle of Novnil.r (irj \\\\p\\ and Webster. both vera hewn down with hisgiiimt mother in I the future estimation of her i fano- parading the streets with saddles! bridles! tin
lo pay. This article would save; the South no compromise. The South arc previous year. Quite a business man r this, battle aie. In that great confict' he cent children, as long as t they live. I pans, &c., strapped on their backs, veryI -
millions per annum, by being her own manu. fore June they must have action that will sat. and expeditious withal ; ductless l.e had! Pa- furnished materials! which every politician has He has carried misery 'and desolation into I much to the amusement of a retinue of little .

facturer. There is not an article made at the isfy them that their rights are respected.! I colet's horse, and therefore full opportunity] |n pr used with advantage throughout al the popular the domestic circle of a family that never hare boys and "niggers," who seemed to take huge
North uhich cannot be manufactured cheaper They must have such action by the people of examining into the condition of the feds ashe discussions tEat have been in the various med him.! If he were not guilty of all these delight in gazing at their bare shanks, and .
.at t the South. Her mountain ranges are well the North, and by Congress as will give to the passed:over. The deduction from ,hi parts: of the country--and now his bold! atrocious offences, he has had every op. listening to th? eichmalictns ungovernable ;

t calculated: grazing. She can raise sheep slavery question finality. The Southern seo. however, J9, a; I have often urged. that this and powerful reflections come upon the nation portunity of vindicating/ himself from thu suspicions surprise they uttered on witnessing for the first
enough to supply! the woollen manufacturers pie! are sick of being incessantly hatrassed, market mijst and wi take its tone from yourbjifoq with\ stch|' evidences superiority and skill, and charges so often made on the sub. t time the wOUlur ofa great city.
with all they require to make cloth for home I insulted and tormented, through their members i iI I have a "hort crop, evince it by your that t) although he has pressed! the subject into ject. HU silence is conclusive proof their 1., Much interest, has been dircc'ed to the investigation -

consumption. For furniture, she has wood I at the seat of the General Government firrnnecs ; UHM:; shah ye know that your, l labor. I regions where before it was difu1 to believeit truth, and cfii willingness to see her character !! now in progress relative to I the
.lor>all> these purposes. In New York black I I at Washington ; as b -ing monsters and cold .: is. not' in vain. I could extend! yet his arguments are so pow. torn to pieces! jimr.olated everywhere I burning of the ship Russia: a few weeks ago.
walnut is higher than mahogany.; In the blooJed tyrants over the poor African, the col. And now a word to planters : great hopes etful that I IS difficult not to follow him in his and by every newspaper iq t the coun r.t the entrance: to the lUlize.. This vesselwas ::
.$outb it is cheaper than pine. She has ored brother, by such cold-blooded scoundrels, and expectations arc already entertained in !i bristling demands and requirements.. The t tn'. loaded: \ylih valuable! : cargo, which, to.,

manufactures carriages; and produces every I hypocrites, and! unprincipled! wi etches as arc England that the present high prices, as they I purity of his private life, the spotlessness of his Tht friend of ihe lady m question implore! ;gether with the Jiip' was fully insured. Shu
article necessary to finish them in a style sent to either House of Congress, from some call them, will stimulate planters to such a I iutlgrithc/ ; intrepidity of his moral) firmness, the mimanejcitizensofthe country and the police sailed! fur San FraucNco, but after being out "

equal' to the North. She can make the leath. constiluenccs. What do such men as Seward, i degree that next year they will have a full his deathless adherence to a limited governmnt every where, lo aid I r: err} ill arresting the in. ;wt days, was discovered to be fire, and -
: er khc needs, for baik is cheaper than at the Hale, Chas, in the Senate, or Giddnigs, supply and low rates ; lo avoid which, two his near approach to the grave, the peculiar fimous' ccoundrel wherever! he may be found, I put 1 back. She made the entrance ofthl
North, and cattle are abundant.. Artisans King and otheis of similar kidney, care 'for things only are to be observed! on.!. ciicumstances! under vl.iqh IJH now and in rescuing {ha lady, ifhe nas not murdercd harbor, when the crew wcr 'forced
would crowd to the South, (for there they would the great interests of time Union I Nothing. your part : plant ntcesuf'I s, not break your speaks, the matchless asseverations of truth her, from her unfortunate and and deplorable lo the boats, i in which they reached the shore, ,
find employment and adequate compensation. Shall such men miserabfe and contcmptublu necks in getting to market. Where you and principle upon our peculiar institution, in condition.! hut did! not save so much as their cothes.-- i
Her ports would be filled with ships of herown as they are both in intellect and influence, be planted one hundred! acrces last year, plant which he has more than demolished! every ad Henry C. Baler left Baltimore Monday Owing to several suspicious tUcel: ,

and her trade would be with all the permitted to plunge these thiily mighty States I only eighty or ninety tlll; and you wil not versary-all, all give t IQ this, his last great ef- morning last for Win heste.r, Virginia.. OaWednesday such as there being on board a quantity of ./
world ; for she produce what other countries into all the horrors and carnage of a civil war ? I only get more money for what you : than foil/, t peculiar interest and fascination./ If he he reached! Harper' Ferry, on I C.nnphine her being / in shore after i
need and must have. She would have sources God in mercy forbid it. I for a full crop, but' encounter less labor, incur had none of I these advantages to bewitch the his way back to B Raltimore. At that place be so long a departure during the prevalence of
of revenue far superior to the Northern There must be a settlement of the slave q-jes- I i less expense, and at the same time be aide to mind, his eagle glances at our dangers would. received! a telegr.iyhic despatch which !induced I a fur wind, yVc., together with the statements
republic, even if the free States! should keep tion before June arrives. The South oppose j raise more corn, which makes fat hogs, horses startle us ; but backed h)' a long life, filled with ; his return to U'jqchester, where he still re. I of the second! mate, that the vessel was hug. "
together as one* republic: ; for then her revenue I the admission of California. Why do ihey 'I and cattle, and plenty of them. Why work mental tiiumps, his speech furnishes to tm| ma'ned' at ihe latest ad\ccs. ging the land instead of sailing her proper '
would be spent in her own borders, while this ? Because they are determined/ not to allow i: yourselves and! your negroes to death, in order thinker food! :o.lelcatt to be reused i !, anti J yet Baker is about twenty-four/ )years of age, I course, that the boats were :;ot secured, as U
now even under the Federal Government one move to be mad which directly or I, to gratify Manchester and supply her \yith too strong to eijoy ( surfeit. Mr. Cal. I. five fept eight or nine inches in height, with :a ; the practice oq pitting lo sea for a long voyage

honestly administered, the slave States con. \ indirectly affects the slavery question, until I j cotton at six cents per pound when you npj'I houn has always occupied the position/ of a dark! complexion! black hair and eyes, and hut was so ;placed! as lithe captain expected .
tribute tar more towards the of the Un. their demands ofnon-interfeience! by the free to have use for them the Insurance-
support rather slender
and and! figure.
in at defender. His therefore
I \ plenty your ease get 1Q to compositions, wear
ion than the fifteen free Slate Ttiche mil. I I States are guarantied to them. This done, cents This is ni fiction ; all experience the of f closeness and compactness The lady, whose namo has been tariiinhodby ofcEr have feared sonr foul play and! asked
lions are drawn forever from her, and and lley!; will all vote to admit California appearance in\"c ligatiln. The evidence is .
spentIn ; it. Providence, has kindly interppsed that defy assault. His materials are thoughts its association with him, if alive, may: b(! extremely .
tho North. Let me ask again: where the provided! all the Territories are framed \yjth- Iro\(1 you out of one difficulty arising; fromoverproduction -Ins expressions are all short, yet strong secreted some where in Baltimore. She is contradictory, but I am of opinion
free States! are to derive their from out kind restriction in regard to from what has been elicited far that
revenue any slavery I in so this
; don't get into another, or, his structure will always sustain itself when he srqall [n, person, height not probably more
: except from direct'taxation. The North cannot by the General Government, or by the peopleof I in other words, lend your adversaries a stick sees it assailed. His manner defence! ( i is than fur feet eight or ten inches; has eyes and I disaster was purely! tho result of accident.. .
import more than they export, no mqre the Territory, while it is yet :a Terrjtory, to break your own heads. by interrogating his adversary. These ques. hair Ilc", and her face somewhat inclined to judicial proceeding since the great aine'4ca
than: an individual farmer can purchase more leaving it to them to exclude or allow slavery Then when is ( e, has: attracted much attention from Iho
your crop made, be calm, be tions are decisive. Clay showed miete complexion. :
g generally
than be can pay for with his produce. We when they adopt a Constitution and fprm a cautious. B}' Novemb-r next these 'oiks will I sagacity putting Calnoun a de. The father and! husband of Ihe lady are in public I ug this investigation.Fdlhor .
great upon
will therefore state that! the North in round State Government. On this there will bo but j i Maihew the Irish
be both and thirsty His Information to the father, great temperance
hungry i\I ifjent lit. fence of his consistency in 1837-3S.: arguments Washington) Crr.
numbers exports forty million She can itn- one opinion through the South. Finally! e,'. tic milk. Recollect thai they will not I bear the financial question, he knew, which \i in the rescue and! repos. apostle, will be in New Orleans this week.- i.
port no more than her exports: She is forcedto cry State which allows! African Slavery I (with strong meat well ; they, like Jeshtjrun, grow were too upon much for him, and, in shiftning the se3sion his daughter! wi be gratefully re. There is certainly a great fisM Ibr him to open \

put a revenue on all her imports (hundreds but one exception perhaps,) will be represented fat and kick-avoid their heels 'fn Vec 'm. he gained! a momentary: advantage over ceived, and lay them everlasting obligations rate upon here ; and if he in any degre sue.
: of the most important ailicles of life are now at tho Southern Convention, to bo held In her, another moderate ; January, anolh- led. Cut, as a debater, as a Senatorial reas. to their informant.Washington ceeds. in mending .the manners of (the natives
I free) of 40 per cent., which would only give June, at Nashville, Tennessee, unless the sla. er, but less in quantity sup; in February and oner, Mr. Calhoun is so far the intellectual su. February 9 1, 185Q, of the *gem of the ocean," 1 found in such r
r her a revenue of sixteen millions. Suppose very question is settled by Congress, p cviousIy. numbers in the Crescent City, he will receivethe
March a little more ; in April and May and perior of )Jr. Clay thai the comparison is use. .
that the South fix a tariff of 40 l If of tho results of hanks of the American of ,
per cent. on jt is not, one the assembling June you may begin to fill thpir bellies, in lees, except to speak &! the sprightliness of SHE NEVER SMILES. ( part thej opu
her imports, allowing them to be the same asher of that Convention will bo the in. order them in lation, at least. Tqere are thousands of Irish
to keep during the Clay and ihe strength Calhoun.( She never smiles happy
exports were last year, i. e. on 8150,000,. slant separation of the South from the North, i remainder of the season.concirill They will take the Webster has spoken! last. His revelationsare Lights up her pensive; n eye ;though here, who have transported! to our soil, asftr

000. It would be tixly millions Which and the latter will have, jn; after days, only the nourishment eager as Jambs, and be gladof like new moulded bullets, they corns so The merry laugh, from lip to lip, as the authorities wjll permit ihem, their na.
section would be best (prepared for a civil war miserable consciousness left to them that it and his mind. He J Parses unheeded by. live habits indolence! and disgusting rilih._ I
ifi! is forced on the South! to keep her in the has been brought about by their own it.Never send smoothly \cJ.sIH Frozen fnrever. jn her heart Since I have had an opportunity ofobserv-ng
cotton to market without has the of leaderhis fount of
any never The sparkling ( gladness,
a occupied position
Union ? And where pf New in and extensive scale the traits of
I merchant a trials
wrong-headedness meddling
; mixing upon so
(it throws too much responsibility work has usually been that of servingan And o'er her pours in rapid floods
Yoik, Boston, and! Philadelphia, would be with what concerned them not, and in viola your lmi factors) nor allow it sold until upon Eastern ma ter'and, in the service offish The ebon hue of:sadness. character, I have changed! my opinion in re
your proud commercial cjties; ? Bankrupt and the Constitution Federal Union, which was your price gard to the causes that produce famine and;
is obtained. If !
manufacturers he has
owe factor and dipayegreat
yqu your ermen She smiles has frowning grief
ruined. Grass framed never ; in Ireland. believe
would in streets, more to protect the minority than the suffering J now that Ibo
grow your
and he cannot sell at your price or wait for capacities, whilst a dissipated and! waste With his stern magic bonne] her I
your ships would rot at your wharves !u. Go majority for the latter can protect themselves his Has' his ,lean true cause of their misery must be sought ir\
his finder
pay, instruct him to sell as much as will ful lift* has ever and anon broken to atoms : care ricd.
01, then and the free eoil flame and ruinous I without it, the general i indolence brutal .
a himself To cast his fetters round her ? i and improvidence
this is Few
pay (I but justice) and! hold the claims lo confidence and esteem. men
experience of a few years will teach you tho PATRICK HENRY. balance. and of Ha-i. one so young t he lesson learnt ofte[ people rather than i in; the misgovern,
|J13'otl are much involved sell have hal: so much beauty
not ever i U 1
strength That love ott betrayed
value of the of the Island t the
Uniqtj, own stupidityand : ment by English. An Irish,
only cotton, butpropoity which is now bearing mint! ; fow have rjqted away such splendidnatural Ah. no she never smiles,because
philanthrophy b.ave urged you to destroy/ { SrEALI'O11I0: TUUDEIt.writer in laborer, during the business months receivea
a good price and His Ilcrjronl teeth are decayed.
yoursevles / gift* compositions carry upon '
<*o on, people pf New England-you whose I the Washington Union proposes Daniel Web.ster bj free, be ind<'ptld diselllhral. their: face (he most delicate chiselling of a here, about two' dollars a day. This"! fco ;
destine are to intertwined with manufactures I as the Democratic candidate for Prcsi. The London Globe! lint it hi rio like at Hard Words.-A missionary spends! the same might in drinking and carousing
says sUl'eelsthat finished! artisl- thoughts, up tyaycs Guessing .
,.and commerce<< and; navigation, on dentSavannah! Republican, ( Whig.) ; .-and so front, day to day. When
utge your it is with you as with other producers! (,fo( ocean-his contemplations are some. of 1819 stepped ashore from a flat boat on! the suranysr
Garrisons and abolitionists- and This assertion is unblushingly false. Mr.I comes on! and he can find nothing to he ;js .
encourage hand I do
you live front to mouth. What a hUe times as grand and massive as the very mouri.Iain Kcnchlc."th some tracts, to speak to an fJ|
stimulate yqur Free Sullen to war against a Webster has never been propqscd in the Un. titillating throught If it has heeq the case, summits. In this last effort he has been woman was knitting under a low tree of course reduced to beggary and! extreme

section lhas\ {importing you, until you (force ion as a candidate for .P-resident 'much less a let i be so no longer. A 1 freedornd.Qin) ) beating/ his bark against / and folly by a shanty. It was Ihe height on f he cholera misery. An epedemic, rioting in their crow.
that important section to a separation, and see democratic candidate.? The most I that our now at ihe prospect of some American ago"just at horn*-he has been endeavqring fan/iciil to panic. led! and! filthy! hovels, only thins! them .to
Low dually jt will cost you. correspondent said was, that Mr. Webster's carf'his make room for, new importation cfthe "same
gentlemen (they lean very strong just now on vessel into port under the guns of the .My good woman, said the evangelist, as a
GQ on, mcrphants} of New Yoik, and force friends bad beer) speaking of him as a candid. the Yankees) cowing qyer to to selfjsh arid penurious constituency that everrifled he offered her tract, have you the gospel sort," hu I ensuing season' Simday last was
the South,# in self-defence,to a separation from ate for the presidency : but our correspondent plant cotton: their ca Julaica How far the advantagesofhis here !" q t the! anniversary pf their tutelar! Saint-Sti 4 ,
upon man.
r plates a pubjic
the North, and what have: you left I She is disclaimed it, and so did the Union.Washington. &c. I.Qq : the old Patricks pay. -.and the Paddy's celebrated! In ', '
tb Sorno partjej may over 'for course will go lo disarm their revenge .No sir we haven't, replied crone; 1 .
o conservative portion of the Union. Drive Union, of their but I ihink it be but have down to Ban. a proper and becoming ipa'nner, (i. e., by get i
purposes OVVH, quite n of its fury remamnsto/ seen ; we cinuot But they got awfully
tar ? i
______ in h "
off tine) perish have in ling drunk, niidengaging a ginteel ro, )
you ; you likely with a view to annexation as to believe that )his own invrolatipn will follow ,
SOUr midst, that without the conservative LABOR TUMOR.-A friend in Liberty furnishes to cotton with frpe attempt Yankee gor. W]is Charlotte Cuh man has just concluded
grow negroes The one his action. The never
noral power of tho South to regulate and us with the following singular case : is just as feasible a$ the other. India too is frown present updn an age'nt: that will keep wi fifteen BAZ.TIXOBC, Feb. 27.-A colored man the most jucceffful theatrical eugagemeX\;\ "

f ft drain, wijj destroy, eventually, your proper. LIBEBTV, March 0, J 8fO. lo be re'arped, roads made, and a mighty shilling? ralhcr than, by getting;i another lose named Richard Riley fell dead last night in a ever 0,111 i in this city. Some' of !; f a. ,! ,
lj itself.anJ your l hies. It wpuld demoralize hell > Died, at the residence e of her father, ( effort i il to madq there too. They have then all, In the present controversy, Mr. I colored! church in Montgomery-sf. while; engaged lion; ;are awfully" startling' and thrnifn .*'Tho'* :

Gildersleeve, Esq.) otV Sqnday the :Jrd inst., been rnaking a mighty efjbrt there for the last Webster has taken national ground. The patriotic I in an exciting meeting. He was on critics of this 'country, as' \well: as Europe| :; ;1 4

You have a. principle of plunder in your .r. Rachel McGrah, age4 aqout 30 )'ear twenty )'ear and see with what ,"cccs! of !Ijii own' Slate will sustain him, al. |: his knees praying for a change pf heart when placo: herLady Macbeth beside"* the;i. best.., e> 1I <
rnidsl! :a love Qf pornjpljon) and spoils-that a long and exceedingly painful illness. Somebody carried a common plough there though the miserable pedlars ,for notoriety, in he was stricken a pqrpse. The Coroner's ot ilrs.)| : Sitjdons.!

I when federal officers no longer cUt i will turniiponyou. According to a request she made, a post for use, and, according to the London Times, Massachusetts, will defame and abuse him. Jury pronounced i an apoplexy produced! by A very disastrous firp' occurrpnVtit 2wula .
1 Jo on, p.roperty.hglders of New mortem examination was held upon her body, as soon as fho manager or overlooker's back \Wobsjer's speqch is also a skilful and bril. religious)) excitement. It caused the greatestconsernution last In Lafa.el; vj'be Thea'u\, Tersihon n., '

}or*. Encourage: and mstait) your Qreeleys! aijj a tumor taken iron the neighborhood of \va turned, the natives, tucfc i up pn end. Ihnt artfurqenl: of a powerful, advocate. It t ; among the audience, who in I .. Bal 6Qr .n:1: ether, valuably! b'ujilJ.t I! ..
and. other equally! : wicke4 and corrupt FOU. the liver, weighing thirty ppqnds, So much painted i red, and worshipped i u, :god j gives cheering indications that the mnnejej!) .their ignorance pronounced i a judgment,and 1!ngswere! oulfrely( destrqje.d/ Loss esi'ifnal1ttj't : I IJ
t.'enteluld' Abolitionists', "urjtjl the South has had it filled the chest, that jt t bd broken icv- \\e\l\ may they lean on us. men and manufacturers, of rjew England ape the consequence was every sinrjer 'In" t the pjacu J 4) al abov.l' S.15.qQ :!nsa.nnc0 u a i "N"OOO.f- ** ..

tut: loose from you, and theo "men can: turn! era) rjbs from the back.Suljqn? "}'h: IJonjnjj ,lhat: you may: 1 lay t this aJ 'i ice and around to t ttyc) darjgor} that: l threatens ,the l Union l lI j,was upoji!! }tHs kecs jnstantcr; % -. ,- \uurs". ,, I! : ; "

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ttrpm. ygr'Kgu: aryvw
--- speak for them in any Inquirer the proceedings of u meeting in uhfcb nothing; stall ihcorsistfnf with the
Fr.4 tie Sentinel uninterrupted enjoyment of a rational and well fIodbiv & Sounml.R. pcrliiierice\hkh |PT,9ttfle3b0 wet j *tment nhieU the President ba, p ef >
Ijc o her l-nu'napi thin that 61 1 cordial and hcaitjr ; Resolution ITt favor of the Union werpjffltoec1, On the ?,?,? ('
Brown. -growing \ contrary, Senator >'ewar tkebr,., .rP.a,4
Latter from Governor fgulated civil and religious liberty cCCl (he deiegfles. is I hi4 .
tlje'Nas'atil'e CohrtiJ* cnncui rence in that *
S but those denouncing '.
TLLxturiK, March 'JD, !B0.Ma. 'n wealth and power-programing in com. B. HILTONift; C. E. DYKErfEDITORS : : T. : -? "- 5 \ <> a'ivyt thpolicya picillingntt '

CUMTT :-Deer fiir i I received s.&uri4y merce, agriculture, thc mechanic arts, and in AND PROPRIETORS.t. VKeeling in Tallahassee!- iTh H tion were" not__passed.___. : vt tiny no new t-rriivrivt Kweriitatn't,
Wlowing communication of Mr. >gueexpains -S. .. -- ;'resLlent has suge.'led. Iii
-S s.Kr.
'" ; mIeecr
lf"k "filLLlJlJturuiut r-l LA *T '
a pamphlet dsOed Washington City, all thai contributes to the social comfort and -y to < Seward-A ain. 9>8ion to i,unor compromise pmorued
itself its i h y
publication necessary *
March 12th, I MO." s-good JacJcson Morton mental and moral welfare of nun. The.-c results Saturday, April 6, 1C50.z We asked Who* that plans which interfere tar more directly wu ,i .5-.
.. -_ l. .. _*. LJUSXLI'ItT_ u _. ..* explain his josit1on.In n week ago, can say the Administration thaa anything in tte ,
of Flor.kla. : : u.T-T.) |
ndoJtre3t1 to me ai Goreroor prove thi beneficent anti paternal char regard to the official Report of the pro.ceeth'ngs .- Sew.ird is not a-'for representation" of the Gor. Seward. -* -- *.* _S

Sa fir-ae alf.respect and a proper dcferetce acter of the Government established by cur PUBLIC HEETINQ.The Sentinel Ww .might refer/lCTth<'
tho North ? The re- Albany-Juarnai
of the be permitted Whig party o
The citizens of Leon.County jnvj. meeting, wes may t
to the sontitnent* of the people of thisSlate wise and patriotic forefathers, inkribe smiles '" great central of !sW YorJ fl"; '
Seward thin Webster ? organ :
tlrat Ant in accordance plies, Why more
this doc- ted to convene at the Court Horisr. in thiscitv, ti> say was mn2
poniiit or prompt n> to nvtice and Heaven. I 'o not _
guidance approving ( but need no farther.We -
wth! thd well established which makes Well!, as illi desired, sup s't we tak svaVri po
the lOtlr inst. for the
tunent, I desire to do to In the present cooi- wish to see another revolution, and if I feel Wednesday next, uwge will only ndJ
it in such specimen Northern Whiggery, Mr. Webster as beirfngupontcr
mxncation. called connection it purpose of rendering some appropriate tribute improper to embody report any proposition
to "Mush" in this ,
This pamphlet i is fn reply to rny communication is for those upon who this Government of respect to the memory of(hat distinguished motion or resolution, upon which no a picked sample, chosen by ihe friends I and as connected with what we la VI

,; of the 22d February !lati, in ref ponsss to a Russian despotism! pronounce-who would call a Convention patriot and statesman, JOHN C. CALHOUN, action is taken. For the Secretary to have of Ihe party. What pays .Mr. Webber ? pubiiibeJ, the fallowing!! eitlact trom the ,,
behalf of My oiositi'jn: to !hc iarreas*" of Slavery: in Ibis I ton correspondsnt of Ihi X. Y. Globe, Den
violated this in (
the joint letter of our delegation in Congress. modern politicians to remedy the whose irreparable loss the country deplores. usage, a proposition country,or to the increase of Slave representation in "The Washington rcrre'J,

Why Senator Morton has thus chosen to ?ep.nratc inherent defects in the great Charter of nur (not acted upon)) snbnittcd by himself might Ceurt-a, is General ard universal. It has no refer Courier speaks in tho warr.est terms of jj

himself from 1m for what hiive been not quite ence lo the tines uf latitude or poiiit-J oi'lhs compasi.I tiqacf Mr. inward' abolition .pvedt.smut
naturally thought
colleagues or .
liberties-uLo think themselves able to iui- i Pro1 the (Jcarzta 7'' ligrp's. very I i-hill pnp; ;
olject bo singly seeks to provoke a cotitroversy prove it-who in re.pect to nnlicipatt-d gtievanccs I, DEATH OP JOHN C. CALEOU1T. conslsteiit wish:! sehica.v.liic in all places, at all limes, and under all rircunstancp.i. The Boston Aliadots the same thing ia ,

wish me, I am somewhat at a !loss to deter. 8 The \\oiil tt-au ol the friend* of thii great! Sentinel intimates that for .1 majority even aiptnst all induce'nenbagaint all v5y,and dx it editorially ; and it also his
would change or destroy it-and who aiid ic.3d nun are realized.! JOHN; C. CALMOVNiiu Ci.mbiiution, against all compromise." I he entire 3j'e ch tl f your Senator as soon airw

1111 no. sock to deluJo ths people with d.izzliu 1 to'. ..rit \\ .e .tckcou
He. complains! that my !letter camo in printed schemes of a Southern Cbnfiid'.rrKcv. which eyes hjve turned with! paininl anxiety durii':; i hey did not' approve, would( lm%e been lo York Senator. Mr. Dr. Dawton, I ptretwptoj.l'Jof ]
for me the !hit t tea i.ts._ h s sunk to his ic,K
fonn" Their joint demand upon: mo but igncsjia'ui to lure them on to political ruin, j <>d !ii< tartlily Carcc at Wasbit.;t.';), on Santiiytn 44 stultify"! themselves. We think otherwise.It tile to the South. Such arc hit sentiments. them Whig-t, and the tatter gentleman bbirkd! ] it',

official action deemed important by them, was better !' JUt Miic'i, at 7 uVijcl. .iii only slujnc'l an ardent desire to present question, as a matter rf course. For the kant
counsels Oh
May anJ in that
prevail- spirit would ask and need
a document intended for the public! eye, ati.J I 1 that was mortal of the real America') sat.! .- h it then, wo no one betUr answer the Georgia Senator is welctB i
of mode rat ion and forbearance, by which alone 3 man .deep-' wall l.is lathers, \\ith the ligUlctusdirtd themselves to tho \vnrld undividcit upon the get mad at the qsiettion: is it '* fit" that South. ons from mystlf, which i t that Mr.Seward *fa
thought it a matter of unquestionable, and I.h soul reed I the sentiments of I the Wbi .tof
conflicting views can harmonize, North great ( Iroin Ma piiin.ho momentous issues nl stake. There were a precise New En*
both to the signers and the people, to send the may >i e of cUy, Las seated, to its final ri-t-Io t ern men should bo leagued in political avsociuiron as can bc ecn by retening lo Ibeir "cwspaptrV .
meet South and South meet North and say that biiildin, cf God-to that hue not made j few who could not conscientiously vote for the with n the most friendly dim- cne of wliich will condemn either (lie minwr
vhole! correspondence to as early' aspossible. party crth,
prrs3 "let there be no further strife between us- with ha mis, eternal in the lleivens. The Pro 4h: Resolution (that in favor ( sending dele- matter of that gentleman's speech while tl! *m:
Thii done, I caused them to be fur. vidence which bestowed liirn upon his country ion of which, holds such sentiments as we praise it. at.d ninny ot t them will publish. Wrt D.,
let the mantle dour fathers fall upon us, and has caIt-d hit He who but g .tes ti) Nashville,) without the passage of the son only khmvcd hU
ow a
nished with copies in circular' form, but had I : away vesJcrdaj have quoted: ? The Sentinel asks, %%'here ignorance by aAini* sttl,
let us all unite in one gloriou fraternal, and stand in the senate clumber without a peer- Jd. They therefore appealed lo the majority, question, for he must bt8in nl.iily inetar.t |
supposed] Senator Morton so fL..ti'lious, I should like Saul, a head and nhuulder taller than any of did the Proviso come fioml" Which one 1 them puli lies not to he aware hat it ha- f'Itl lT

certainly have sent him a minusciipt copy. patriotic eiturt to transmit unimpaired to our his orY'liuer, atid watching with cagje eye the! not lo force them to go agaiiitl the Convention The Wilmot Priio, or Us: equally! dangerous through th )piomftl! iJioii i>f jv.f uch d at
children, those blessings which have comedown vast interests ol tltisurc-at Republic, ias passi-d vthich it was desired that all should unite those avowed by Sfiutrr ?5t e\vard ih'it the
Of the italics to which he object, 1 gave no forever from our midst. That eve is CNtinuiihtrd namesake, the Executive Proviso 1 The have mair.tlined thrir ascertd.incy throrcli! ,

directions to the printer, but have since been to us from a common ancestry. in the darkness of dejth-the insignia upon, by striking out a Resolution, uithmit first bears the name of Wimot ; we might North and Kat.: Had Ihe iKnuxratic juiTv cdoniH t.

I regret the stle' temper anl: inich of the of the Senate h.is given plaoe to tie huDiiiments the passage of which, the minority could not and supported them they would havetud i"u
informed they were the result of some loose of inournin
underscoring, in pencil, designed by me to matter ofSenator .Morton's comnvmication, I the CyresSOVCrelgflty has been exchanged \otc for the sending )delegates. The icsullof origin to him. But Mr. Webster has more Massachuselts and Rhode inland. He ha,ii.w i ,

call the attention of friend well fix and doubt not, with more reflection anJ experience for a ilirouJ. Like Chaliiam, be has fallen in this refusal was, that some-\ve know-wany only to refer to the Uoslon Atlas of yestcrda? ta sea
a (as as than iiiicstiotieilVihnot's claim to its that "
the midst ol his labors with his harness en.- paternity. I am literally correct in this staton-rct.
rny own.) to a sentiment as I conceived of dangerous in public affairs, this regret will be The death of Mr. Calhoun is a calamity to the we believe, who were opposed lo the 21 l The Sentinel doubtless recollects that "
ask Who th-it
import, with a view lo elicit his opinion mutual. Respectfully your*, nation. His loss to the South at this cusispailiculaily Resolution, voted against striking it cut. Had Again we can say Swrj!
he himself has fathered it il his
is irreparable.: Cut we need not claiming as is not a fair representation of ihe Whi*
as to the justice of the construction I had THOMAS: BROWN.Ocklockones extend itiee temaik%-his deeds are bcloie hi< they known that by so doing they wouUl! bring bantling; ; while! others think it was really begotten in the North ?" party

placed' upon ;it. This I am told, ii tho technical Lod e No. 12L0. 0. F.THOMASVILLH cou'itrymen pass a judgment and upon the world them., and Andaldioujh posterity will his upon themselves! the imputation -stultifying by Winthrop, before Wilmol entered 1

mark for italicizing, and to that purport MARCH IG, 1S30. noble tteait has ceased to beat, and his manly themselves, it is possible: lli.il they might have Congress. As fur the other, the EXECUTIVE Connecticut and ths Wilmot Provlsa.

vas mistaken by the printer. I do not conceive While we are called to acquiesce in form has faded from the eight of man! his IUI.H- voted otherwise. As it was, the Resolution!
upon and hi4 deeds are linked with the movt dUlanl PROVISO, which will do eqtnlly: efiectually The Sentinel. a\rhil r slime,*. pnbi! <>Ked the

however, that the import of the language il mysterious dispensation of Providence, and | future ; aaJ million? tet unborn, looking back was only saved by a majority of four votes, the! ; work -of the North, asl that of Wilrnot, action of a Convention in Connect iriir. which

was materially affected by the particular type j to bow submissively to the will of Him who i is through the dun mists of the pat, \\ll wonder while five who voted: for it were not, as wei L refirieij
-then learn and k.ve.I'u i + (or Webster or Winthrop,) that corn :, we repudiated, or to piss, the %%'ih1iI

In which it was printed, and I am gratified to the fiiher of us all, it U our melancholy duty j are informed, residents of the ccuaty-one s.ippo[ e, from the Cab'utct. Its legitimacy, I Proviso. That? C.>'ivpntio'i, a? wr i
belie\-o that the mist.iko resulted in drawing PARTICVLARM.-The mail
UTII Efl brings
the and not resident of the Siate.
to pay proper respect to memory virtues but few paitirulais in regard to tberni'l.incln'U; a we believe, has no where been called in question. our readers, was a Ienicratie Convention.We .
th honorable Senator's attention for the first
friends, and especially of those of our announcement tnade: above. A tekgraphic de- It ii a monstrous birth, "offiuch hi-le- have beenviiting: lr> see the action of
time to the dangerous political heresy contained j Order who endeared to the ties patch to the Charleston Courier, da I til Sunday MESSRS. EIITOisFrom the official report(
are us by the Whig Contention of the srim State. Not
in the itulicised! portion of the joint letter. niht; says : of the proceedings of the meeting! held in Tal- Otis mien, that it seems neither Webster nor

the object which connect our brotherhood, whnsc-manly a. Mr. Calh-xm' expired it half-past seven o' 1 lahat.ee on the "JSih ultimo! it would Clay, will fondle ordandle it. Seward alone, I having met with it m the Senfiasf, we have
His communication
designates appear
present 1 clock! A. M.1 lo-djy. He reused his s-on at *
virtues, \> hose kindly sympathies, whose love that I moved to Mnke out the second sola. the Senators fir hail t > seek it e.ewh.re.'t.! find it ein'roj.
of the Southern Convention to )be the. tour, and de-ired !him to look tip his papers al-) | r of all leading as as we are
justice, and high sense of honor, rendered to l.isoik on Government, which he lion repotted i the ttee to which I had red in the f.iiowimi!
.' maintenance of the Constitution," but in the f IU.hiIg! by comm advised, is prepared to take it into his arms l :: I eofirioj! : in which the
had in He remarked
joint letter he was incautio't led l > base his I them ornaments to society, blessings t ti> the I that IK been* was engaged)lnt; goin .revising.Mr.! VeiuMe and ru itliersallenJed i assented of in bad committee faith. This, and least was I therefore caress, and cherish, and nurture it info a \igOTOU I Wilmof Provi> i3 fiilly .':ithrsedEc.ohied :

call for representation upon alleged inherent community in which they lived, and give them his bc-dside immediately.! Mr. C'il- i guilty might be the inference if ,the at nutter, I was arn told un-, growth. Says, that powerful! organ of! That on the ibjecf rf slavery we restirjue -
houn failed jriailually-dleJ, calmly and composed
all!h the peculiar qualities which fill the heart t j maintain the srojixl >o loniz tacc-ti"ett; t by rh
ices and defects in that great instrument. -free lr"m pain, and in the full pot es- 1 explained. I tlil make the motion, but it \v4| Whiggery, the N. Y. Courier and Enquirer, whi4 party ol Connecticut, and we reifvtat the

It was no part of my design in my reply to with those feelings which enlarge our benevolence ion of his faculties. He said but !iMleand alter for the purpose of attaining an object that S.'ward'd speech suggests nothing in consls- ptincirsU-s which have hrretof-ire governed tam actioa
his failed he took his friends the
speech by on this subject, as loHovt-s t to wit
seemed be desired all :
extend our philanthropy and invest tu by -unanimitv
the joint letter, to mingle the slavery question hand. i 1 upon j lent with the plan of adjustment, (the Executive We conct-ilethst the gent-ral govermnrr.t bn na

with party politics," nor does it seem to j jme truth with a sacredness appreciated only by The lace is ntrft-cllj life like-loft Clark the other resolution I did not reg-inl the Proviso,) which the President has brougntforward. power over the subject of slavery within ihrrtaM,
those endowed with a noble and generous n i- Mills taking the ca--te." second as so very impoitant-and if it had I and t'r.al within Ihcstr hmili it can reached by tee
at all susceptible to this charge. On the lure, like unto our brother Robett A. Pearce, been stricken out, the vote of the meeting Oa itie contrary, Senator Seward declares state le. i-Uturealr.r.e.!

contrary, preceding upn: a truth which has so whose) death we are called to Mr. Cal'ioun' was in his sivty-iiiutli >car- i would then have been taken upon the other expressly his full concurrence in that pro We ;insist that Congress has full! power to IrgUIste
upon nvnirn. been bi.rn the Ifctb ol March. KSi.
having: on in and over the District r.t Columbia; and thai the
often been announced, though so little practised Brother Pearce was a sincere friend, a 1 resolutions, to which lit) ona objected. But if position" And let us ask in passing, does the immediate abolition of the sine trade williin (hat
kind and alK-ctionate husband 0 1 had not made t lie motion, t the question would! di. fiict the of
upon, that this question is above party, neigbW an I' South need any stronger proof that the Cabi 13 duly Ctmgr&s4.
and father and honest i have been upon Mr. I Hilton's I substitute-.and'i That ihe oriiin-j! conijuct between the!: severs!
an m.in-cut d.iwn in DEATH OF JOHN C. CALHOUN.
what I scheme will be ruinous her than that j jil
my single object was to discharge concuived i net states did nol con late the *>\:ni.n
if that had been carried, it would have been j temp iflauiy
the piine: of life, in the pride of his d.iy.and WKUNISD\V MORNING the 3rd In&t. Mr.
: .
be and is advocated this arch fanatic ? beyond its original lin>its-that n. I'Lli ation rested
to my duty, asbunng: to speak [.by a bare majority, and the of the by
called to the house of silence, wiih but little Long announced to ihi Com I, then in Session report corn- on the free -fate* to consent Iheiealter fo tf.e jdmiiioo -
the sentiments of *' wither party," with all warning. How uaccttain is life Death the death of the Hon. John C. Calheun, i mittee would thus have been entirely rejected. Cut, to return. Why trouble ourselves \vih: of the $!ave states, and an full pnwer wgiveii

sincciity and candor to declare my own. 1 comes and warns us not of its approach mid and moved an j'rnment.
am not insensible, however, to the abominable we in a moment, when life seems to promise I I ajnurned, a meeting of the members of I he 1 in jeopardy one resolution for the purpose of the Whig parly cube North," i* to be found and for the cfslivcry fenitories within rf the those United terrilurif Suits,ihe nhpreit ptohibition -

party Uses to which this question long has us much, have to yield ourselves as victims to Bar was then! railed for the purpose (taking saving the rest. in the agitators, such as Seward, Giddiugs. has now no existence, ij the right and the duty ufCongress.
the unerring and unchangeable fate of mm.- and adopting such proceedings as might be I i I Jt is due to tho Secretary to add, that he .

been and may still bo applied by those who Let us profit by this manifestation of the (deal deemed an appropriate expression of their read to ms his minutes proceeding? before Root and Slade, or in the conservatives, such In this connection we add that we doult

denounce Southern fellow-citizens and a Sou- logs of our Maker with this erring children, sense of the virtues and character of that eminent publication, I b it 1 did not then think of t the injuriojs as Winthrop, Schenck and Doer ; since Mr. ,

them President, quite as deeply interested as and be ready (for his eventful moment.Kesolved patriot and Matcsman.-Judge 15ALTZKLIj inference that might be drawn from it, Cabell has shown Ui, that there is in effect no the authority upon which the Sentinel assert
nor would I have thought of it if it had not that in Rhode Island, The locofocos (meaning
themselves in the welfare ot'tbls section, with That as an evidence oCcur es. [ was called to the Chair and I). P. difierenco between them-the fanatic has on1y
teem and respect for our deceased brother we I Ilor.rn I was appointed Secretary-On motion been brought to my notice by a friend. the Democrats) and abolitionists, Lave
treasonable with its avowed and the conservative J
H co-operation en. l to propose a measure,
will wear the usual badge mourning, as proscribed the Chair appointed a Committee consisting Respectfully, united upon the same ticket for Governor and
cmies.My. the rules of Order for I). P. HOG UK.Fron votes for it. The conservative is most dangerotis. -
by our of Messrs. Archer Maxwell
thirty Long, Hayward other State tfficers." We believe such not
letter of the 22d regarded the Nashville da\s. and Branch, to draft! and report suitable resohitions Tor says Mr. Cubell : ,
to be (thu f icf, though of course, il ia not al\vaj
Convention in the two-fold aspect in which it Resolved, That Mrs. Pearce be furnished on Friday morning at 9 o'clock-to WasMngton. '. The agitator boldly threatens, and plainly teils j

bas been presented to the public by its difi/r. with a copy ofthcue resolutions, with an assurance which time the meeting then adjourned. Congress has as yet done nothing. The us his purpose) and atJt object-the conservative binds says easy to prove a negative. The ground of our

that she has our warmest: sympathies, in Friday morning. M r. Branch from the Senate from the before nothing, but quietly stealthily our arms, belief is found in the circumstance that we
adjourned over Thursday
friends. As and andplacef th: rope round our necks.
ing a counselling admonitory
the midst of her deep affliction. Committee the Preamble
reported following find no intimation of thing of the kind in
Good until the any
body, designed mainly for moral effect upon Resolved, That the above preamble and I and Resolutions, which were adopted : I Friday, ensuingIond.ty. But Webster and Seward differ on some the Providence Herald, the long eslaMiMied

the North, my objections are that the South resolutions be published in the Albany Patriot, \Virr.UKAs, intelligence has reached u? of A disgraceful scene between Benton and Important points in their late speeches, it is a

has already taken position on these questions' Tallahassee and Tennessee papers.RncoHDixc the death of the Hon. John C. Calhoun, of | Foote, which some suppose will end in a dad, matter of not a little consequence to know organ of the Derr.ocra'ic! par'/' That paper

the State ol South Caroiini, at the City of is the only thing notewoithy that had, for sev. I I contains the names of no candid-ties for these
in a much more legitimate and authoritativevay SCHIHB'S OFFICE, iTJwmascillc who has, and who has not, spoken sentiments
Washington, on Sunday the Hht. day of offices-th'? fact being we presume, that the
\ through her several State Legislatures ; Dicishn, .Yo. 73, S. of 7'. > M.uch lat : AND WHEREAS, his eminent j j eral days previous to our latest dates, occurj of the great body ofthe Northern whigs. Democrats finding themselves in a LopeJesi!

and that if the united voice ofher constitutional I ThomasviMe, Ga., Match 14, ISoU. ) public services for more than thirty years in j I red in that body. Our only guide is-the Northern press. And 1

representatives in her General Assemblies Wh. reathi3 melancholy intelligence has promoting the welfare, glory and permanent !t Wo think there are indications of a ditpo. judging from its expression sentiment, we minority, have made no nominations leaving

and in Congress, shall fail to impress the i reached us thit our worthy and beloved Brother prosperity of our common country, deserve \$ sal, we will not say settlement, of the qIeb. are brought to the conclusion that Seward, and it to the Whigs and Abolitionists to fight it our,

Robert A. Pearce, has been called most the lasting gratitude of the people of these lions at issue between the North and South. and win the victory, as either may be able to
North the. voice of such Webster has the Sentiments of the
an assemblage spoken
not ,
and the
s-iJdenly unexpectedly, to go way of United States : AND WHKHEJS: we feel that show itself more devoted to Free Soil principles
but a portion of the South, and con. all the eat Iii, and that it is our duty as frail in his death our Country has lost one of the We suppose there will be such an arrange- mass ofthc! Not them! Whig, on those points than the other. We can discover no

cerning which there h so great a diversity of and dying creatures, under all circumstances uisesl and purest statesmen and most ardent j ment as will flatter the South into repose, and in relation to which, the two differ. The have united

opinion, will be wholly impotent to this end. to acquiesce in the ways of a mysterious Pro. patriots of this age, and of this or any other give the North an opportunity, by its increasing leading Whig press Massachusetts, as well : more evidence that the Democrats
vuk-nce and extend to the beloved the hand] I with the Abolitionists, than that they havs
| Country t and tlm Bar of i in mo t profound future occasion
strength on a to
Regarded for other purposes, the Conventions carry as of New England, i?, confessedly! the Boston
j of bvmpalhy, and the voice condolence.! and logical expounders of Constitutional Law. united with the Whigs.
certainly a body revolutionary in its ten. out by overwhelming f>rce numbers, those Atlas. The Atlas has condemned Web.
Rcsolccd IS!. That while
j Therefore we re- lie il therefore rcsoJccd, That we have reccived -
dency," and as an officer sworn to support the j ceive with heart-felt sorrow, the sad intelli. with the deepest :md most painful regret schemes which she cannot now accomplish stcr, and sustained Seward. It speaks of the Tennessee for the Convention.

Constitution, 1 can have no business with it,, i gencc of the sudden demise of cur beloved t, intelligence of i the death of our di. tinuished \\iiliout terrible resistance. The tone ofthcI harangue 1 of the hitler in the following terms : We take the following extracts from the

Iftbo people, who pujiess the right of re\olu., i Hi other, II A. Pearco, we humbly submit toI and esteemed fellow.citizenthe Hon.ohti I last Washington Union leads us lo believe "We publish lo-day a full report of the speech last Nashville Union' :

tion, shall determine that the Constitution: an.!I thin wise disposer of all things, and affection C. Calhoun, of the State of South Caroifia. that that I paper: is ready to unite with the Re. made bv Governor Seward, on Monday last, upon the
ately extend to his bereaved family, the hand I question of the admission California into the Unions The drnooatie party uf Tennessee Uly vnanimCvs
Government of their country are insufficient public and I he Intelligencer in preparing[ then With the propo-ilions which he in favor of thi Southern Convention, and istai
sympathy and the voice condolence in s a Stale. general
for their protection, it is fur then, and not for this and most afllictive of Resohnl, That we bow with duo subuiis- iuds of jtlic Southern people for submission. npports) we believe the people ol New ftighnd, are inn means to be lully reprts nte 1 in it. Every drB>-
bore it.
dispensation ion to this aillictive. dispensation of Provit ::recd. The speech is one which will be read with ocralic paper in the Stale hr 9ri! f>jly a.pr..ved{
officers sworn ** to preserve, protect and defend Divine Providence. ence, uhoac ways are inscrutable, and tha- I.t: lit Ijru'.e California is to be admitted as profit and pleasure; and we think i lhatw iio.I if not I and we luve not bea-d r-f a single iiucrat ir the

the Constitution of th United States." to de. llcsolccd, 2nd. That as an humble tribute ve truly sympathise with the bereaved family he is-Texas is to be bribed into dismem- ill uf his points are sound and unanswerable.'his .- State who is oppos-id to it-mit one Such is the

mind anJ adopt other guards and defences. of our respect for our Brother, we will wear and friends of the deceased in their heavy bering herself for the benefit of the Free Soil is Cov.and he Seward's has certainly first essay sustained as u congre hitnselt>sionalcb.iter with posit For :?ol time t dfinncralic, atnut the close party ot the session rfU- *

I asked what would make he usual budge mourning over the left arm, iflliction. ; and Legislature we leared that only thedfm.'Cratic p=rty -
am me an agi- much eloquence ability.
and the Notlh will graciously place power
with the colors of our order on the left breast Resolved, That in the death of the Hon. J. ers, upon of the Stale would he represenri d in il. Three
later !7" I trust, having so long escaped that br thirty days.Rcsolr'ed J. Calhoun, the Senate of the United Slates parchment a bill for the delivery of fugitive Well does some one writing from Boston tear. are now dU-iDatn! Within Use lat few daIs

pestilent imputation, 1 shall do nothing at this 3d. That we will as a Division, has lost one of its l oldest and ablest members, !laves, which it is determined not to execute f remark : / we have learned enonirb in favtT toknuw of the liar contention a i a'mnr and.i*

I late period of my life to merit the bligma. I attend his funeral services at his residence, in -the PeoPle of the United States a citizen of 44 Nothing equivocal about that, coming $thon;hit iiin irrepressible, anvn feeling the whiz >1 tbi vicinity. Manj.in
and reared anil I have connection with his friends to-morrow morn Meeting Wakulla Iocs from the leading Whig paper ol New Kngland, thedetr.crr t
was born among, trust, he purest and most unspotted character, and County. this county with cordially j in with
which is much accusrotncd to .
more prevaricating
the and of ng at 10 o'clock. a Statesman of the highest order of intellect, the in the appointment vi dr'eiratcs Sucl- s!1'a'. *e
feelings ptinciples states The Wak'illa, Times brings us proceed- ban in the hjbil speaking out. Thisstr.nv indicates thiie4cewhere.brrUhc5L'

men who were no less careful about the Resolved, 4th. That a copy ot'theso Reso. and loftiest patriotism,-political freedom every hug of a meeting in Wakulla County in be- (Indirection opinion among the Whigs here; know.is the Stale the! XVe condition belit-ve of that, by the t-t of June. Ibe.tTi&
utions be spread upon the Journal of our li- where, one of its most enlightened and for yon may bo assured that the .\ti.iha4 assumed it* wiVn 'i/Jv\ill i be in aci-mUmptibleininciit* cf
grounds of their action, than resolute and unyielding alf of the Southern Convention. The meetng advisedly and tint it will /
vision, and that a blank page be left on the zealous defenders,-and the Bar a most profound h ground maintain it firmjy. their own parlv. ind htnv teamed birterh reret tne

in defending them. Should the threat Journal to be appropriated to the brief record : and lucid expounder of the great cliar. adopted: unanimously! the Gaihden Reso. at.this Mr.moment Webster in could cur Legislatine.no be elected" to the Senate inlatuntionbich has driven them loprore raise l>

ened the constitutional of the resilience affliction, death and the ,izht* t>( their own .section of (he Union ana
trespasses upon rightfi age. ter of our liberties. utions, and appointed .Messrs. Richardson,
from Boston New false to their own earlier and nobler instincts.
to York find
worth of beloted Brother. Coming we
of the South which the Senator indicates, be moral our Rcsolccdt That a copy of these Resolutions Ormond, Mash and Mathers delegates to the

consummated, the course Virginia upon the Resolved, 5th. That the Recording Scribo be l spread upon the minutes of our Court now District Convention lo be held in Tallahassee. the two powerful Whig presses, the Tribune The Memphis Enquirer, a leading whig

furnish the bereaved family of our Brother in session, and that a copy be transmitted by and the Courier and Enquirer, sustain Seward. paper Tennessee, speak out in the folfov
alien and sedition laws will indicate what
of these Resolutions and also furnish
with ,
a copy the Chairman of this the widow
meeting to The former is most and decided in ing noble and impressive words :
St. Louis. On Wed. ,
- TJCXVS resistance I should entertain. I trust a copy of tho same to the Editors of the of the Hon. John C. Calhoun.On Union Meeting -

I should be quite as far from submitting to actual Floridian & Journal, and Florida Sentinel at motion, the Secietary was requested lo nesday ((30th) there was a great Union meet its condemnation Webster. Tho latter uses The question further now is concessions,whether the'o southern CoflItaYt State)

aggression, as I am now from revolution Tallahassee, for publication. present the foregoing Preamble and Ilesolu- ing ut Saint Louiv, at which the Nashville the following language in regard to Sevvard's will ly increa.inea2jrre agree to ionsor whither oppose they tlbld' *

- ixing the force of mere possibilities that P.I P. SMITH! > Committ'e-| lions( to the Court and to ask that they be Convention was denounced.-Sentinel. speech. Excepting to what Seward says in relation Iv proclaim and su-tain their I cnotit mit tonal rfcthtJ.
upon to
- these be committed. ** Our T. M. BOSTON, \ spread upon the minutes. The meeting then No doubt ofii The Nashville Convention to the delivery of fugitive slaves, it says : The object of t t lie pm op.'sett Nashville! ronention '
aggrecelons may B. F. FUDGE, A. R. S. settle thiji quest ion-ar.d If:he States |there reprefefl|
- fathers in *75" were not ** agitators" in the adjourned. is clearly as objectionable to Senator Benton, lint wedrt believe that the prelominant sentiment I. led shall determine to submit and become olslates.
Til03. BALTZELL, CAwt'ji.D. it is lo CJ5nv. Brown. Senator Bentot of that speech-the d.-eoly rooted, conscientious Ihey will arree and put on their" iron ni'C1
common acceptation of that term-the Con. Broiling a Pirate.I Dr. Woodhridge P. Hoc HE', Secretary. us and ineradicable hostility to Slavery, as asocial lace," if not they will devi.ie and recommend thiCa.

grew of tho Colonies was not a body designed Strong, ono of the witnesses in the Webster came out publicly in opposition lo the Convention and political institution, which it evinces, is the mo le and mtasiire of redres"-which the peo&I
aeniltnent cf the Northern States. In should adopt. This contention will claim no I1lative ?'*-
\veeksin adrance Governor predominant
for moral effect Great Britain-nor were trial, on Wednesday, gave the following account METING some be lie rrprtsenlatives I
upon PLACC OF or TUB SOUTIIKUNCONVKNTION. this respect, and for this reason, we believe that the or other authority. They will
the war of the Revolution and the Declaration of u dainty little bit of professions .-A Whig of Memphis, Brown. There is this difference, however spwch will command more genercl assent and be ol an oppressed ami! aggrieved peopie.aM |
paper *' *
cookery : that Senator Benton has more followers in received with were real faoor attheJforlh* than will only suzsest the remedy and lhep;ieY'plG |
of InSopuricece ixwod onantittyaitd grievan3t I have dissected a good many bodies in my; having suggested thai place as preferable to any oTher than has yet been pronounced. We f believe act. We wilt not faticne the r-aiW. 'P f* *
Missouri, in his crusade ag-iinsl the Cnnven it will t be generally regarded as the Noilheinprech a fruitful tbenje. We shall trap A.y i. ai' !f; *
day. I had a pirate given me in the year-, Nashville, for the meeting of the Southern the nnwn.ri r l"" '
.f <
of the session. Andthu be readers ome in -
has Governor Brown in Florida $ none to our
3t porbtps ee&rctly comports with what is and as 1 only wanted the bones, I ducertet Convention, the Nashville! Unioithibsrephies/ : Lion, than (he less genera 1, and none, tho. less emphatic, from lie to dve the peoi.le! ) .t ll* .fnrh to uat. Jpratin *

--- dio to myself (o notice that portion of(be Sen him rapidly, and as there was u good (deal of We cannot permit the proposition to cYanjfe the And therefore, though Senator Benton maybe the fact that with fortunes somewhat rare. Cow* abnit? Irq.v"v am ttrgc'r4Pe tht' 'icfl-w tI
fat about him, I thought it would bo its good a place of meet i'.; of f the convention to' Memphis to ablotoget npa "great" meeting in St. Louis Seward has stood unflinchingly and firmly by pusisitio'ns a vnre pretence We aI II tv - stor'a communication impeaching my fldclii! ; as .to burn him up ; I therefore made pa.s without sajin; that I the itnprcf ioi; which and npinlona which, by both friends and enemies nir future number.- I ll.at! I the i' 1 lv wlva'wn
way any to denounce the Nashville Convention, it i is he has alwavs been known entertain. Union consist:' in an wenylrf er it M rhepsrr
been made lint the to Hehasnot
I liave of Nash
fo:the South. I am an old man, havittg no per a large roaring fire, and kept at work throwing seems lo people 10 thr ear4lil"t5
disappointed !ion. lie has the southern people preserve
the or expecta
yule are opposed( to holding the conveiitioi more than Gov. Brown can do in Tullahaste.e.
tonal interest or tie whatever l beyond this on piece by 'piece all night, and until 11 here does them gross Injustice. Tliedejegales"ilbe ed himsell to be driven or seduced from tbe.cnti.menN the vnly bond of vnion-ynt? awl

I section, and must, in the order of Providence, o'clock the next day. I found I had not done a* cordially welcomed here as' they "could be.iiMtmphUor 'which he fm always proclaimed, or from frim the touch c-t the .fu il Usfi.vfrT, the tfltI
by a great deal. I consider it a great job lo in anj-other southern city. The few But Col. Benton is not entirely ommpoten (What be believes lo be the paiammint and ;prcd.-ml. traitor ie IhilflO n wI.n coqlesc 'T s' ibe peP'
expect Koon to find a resting place beneath the Pitch is thn best utio, acting under t the order of John Hell, are endravoring n'anl-feeling c>f the Noiihern Stales. And on this I the south, t-n'Z MhnJfr hfrfnwT* avm!
human pine
I burn up a body. even in t Missouri. The prospect U i that cvet he will be of the south, without di tinciKm o f patty.
toil which mn birth. Horn at the close to break up the convention and ai e Un account .judged iodulzenlly to say the etzklQw
gave thing lo do it with. It i is necessary to keep dcrii.g the city, of N< .1t. Revolution, [ have witnessed through a the fin well stjrrt'd during tlm process or i itwifl to its beinjj held'an y where.'' 'flic peoj nothing that can at all emhrrahe! settlement ol tconb or the Union.arvl the saoe tune
_ -
long 1T IB* people of thi great nation I the gntiut. U trf 'sthville wit Jigniilyr rejiadufc the in Convention* *' Wa' find in the 'J flirsnti Ctv. this acir i.'quetion.'* II propose'nolbiivj_i e4 I ,friend ly; afafie'ehorgf efra'cfl.

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Taylor and the South. C onveiilou. East arid South Florida nrakfnjj de t iI.. ... --r----. -
Osa. we nilly peruttftr1ash"nt'r a period, depratejtetnciire all etup- List of Letters T .SISALlHEMP.T 4 *

'Tb. Sen tied aks, M Where has hit, (Gen. have reason lo believe are quite as unanimous h closed off thus : In cnnchiMnn, my dear lions of tha skin, dijpj dieab.io( tho liver ervt.i.en .
| p .4 -uniaiisms2lt rheum, tl tenlerv. and REMAINING! in the! Pest Oiice'at'rjabassce e.n AM deeply iwpttWtU with the importance >ftL. '
1 to down the section sir, I remain respectfully aria truly give
: trample the Middk. very ynr ; IS50*
) purpose as I tonu. lo ,
qGr'i n rnfrtbltd
i anl ical tto'macA. I. iii rt.duc4ion .nh su1 iii. s4 lIeu SSALII.AJP rn
1Labztb i and residence been promulgcd I" obedient servant lie has not diced with I bat it, will eflect these CureS permanently teslimttuau A ttji.t, Dauerreari May L* ;in'jJ V7 f every part el Florida. Thci* iodiifidu! who

will It near.j THE UNION, PAST AND FUTURE: thai deacon since." -re too abundant to be olTtred.EDU'D. AJ.ton, R WAlston. Luke, Charit* rE.17 f>iv tnllyou. was promulged .
We BRINLEY* t CO. Sole Cot Leach, S J ar ttcie. Cannot but help realizing vast pecuniary
How it Works Proprietors.
\ ilmultanemisly, by Gen. Taylor's friends and How to Save It. For U.e Fioridun & Journal. tor sale by them in any quantity, and by their Alberion.SPAdkinon. Lain;, Mr Ann C emoluments to themselves-.there bcicg such a Ucu-

in New York and New Orleans ; first A friend of ours, a relative ofthe author GErrLtMEN-Ilaving read with cire the pointed Ageau ia the United St-tea and C-nadaa.ap Sirs S Lester Mrs M7 5 jed section cf country that this H<*ap can Le rthcdin.
tab LEWIS & Brown,J M Laim.JLeSeU. i: wfcl! awaj! bear a gjo.1 jrcc. There U Locbniter
perhaps by the New York Tribune with loud has handed for perusal pamphlet with the debates in Congress on the absorbing topic of &.le Agents for Tallahnsee.AMES. B Beazlev, Corneliusnowen Francis ol the supply .ict 4irjf: the &>strd.

exultation lluMi the New Otleans above title, by a citizen of Virginia."* It s the day, pernit; me, through the columns of W W Lavender. R \7Murday. The Sisal hemp ecu bu planted out in tnjf nooth.uf .
(' by
bouts Buthlotl, J A Harrison : the ) 3f. It \\lilire.jljtbi. kcctwat oftt.
Picayune nnd Bulletin, with equal applause.Jf is a masterly! production, worth a hundred of your Journal, to date the conclusion to which Regular Meeting. Bryan, Wm C decr, Wm J ground for six north. It h 'e j >n Jccpi to their

does show ihe speeches with which the mails are now an humble individual has arrived. -'s 9"IIERE will be a Regular Meelmg cf Flo- fl iowen. Mrs Mary C Llazivcll.DQMarshall -aihun. plant in this pai titular. Tli. Sl t Ucixp vflU
the following statement not a Much gas has been expended on this sub. 'cre L ida Royal Arch Chapter, No. I. this I Mr ,SMcClare. taeattyMrsEJ ke root and grow.if proaiijcuooily Itintvn or scat

purpose "to frown down or trample doitn the burihencd, and the country flooded. The i cc?. IIuI this hag served to shed lii1d upon, .g.j evening, at the usual hour at the Masonic R B P lercd through the wtwJs. A light dry- ant H the
I h Halt. Companions will fake notice, anJ Hi.own, J M MoozeOWarrow land bf.t adaptc-d to iU growlh. The Sssl ffftnp '
author} trovcrn
t s.-.ls out with oftlic deed datknoKS. I
of ihe South, wi' should liko lo a comparison ida. a bring my tuj>er as unotT
patriotism t themselves acconiinziv.! fiy ord,or the cuthrm
know what its meaning is. We call to it the! live condition ofthe two sections of the con. riiig, upon the altar! of my country. JOHN B. TAYLOR Secretary. ClemensS itIy, .lae part Georgia. "Dry pine land J* trip best soil lo

of Southern in whose federacy, at the commencement of tbe federal The question, at issue between the two April G. Ic5C). .13 CuII ersi n, Thorr.as B NirhhiThomae plant it in. The distance lo give it, when pleated,
attention every man, sections 1sf one Union, is contained in a nut Craig & Da11n, McMillan. Mitis. C ( is ten feet each vray. Thi hemp, when full crown,

Lands our paper may fall : Government, followed by a vivid sketch of f'heil. Apply ih( hammer of Truth and ex. Dissolution of Copartuership. Crow, James Millan.IIM is fiUfcn kei ia hei-lit. When the plant i is tnainrrd

Northern demands HF undersigned Carter, Msi S.>[.hia Mcary, Sidier: the letve can be mannfaotumt at any ..tsce of Iheyear. :
11 President; Taj lor, on being wailed on bya and Southern concessions. amine the kernel. F' having been associated a. Merchants
.1. under Ihe firm Coapland.DrRobtCox Morris, Mrs SjrshMai The leaves vhn malorrd, contiin a glutint -
committee ofthe Southern members of Con. He goes into an elaborate and luminous investigation Docs might make right ?" PhHosopy & Co. notice is hereby given and style that diid of Jno copartnei-K Harris James ?, Anthony >\tt ubiti-vre, which ran bt?eavily r>rp *cd rot. Mr.

gresS DECLARED THAT UK WAS DETERMINED of the benefits which the Free docs not leach so. If then might does'.n .t t ship was diisolved on the 1st of January last by mutual Cain, Daniel MeVoy, Daniel Mcf.'arty.lhe inventor of a S*a Und! Cotton Roller
Challman, John Kiins Albeit Gin, thai bears i is namehasaln.oinentedainacbine
TO MAINTAIN THE U.MOX AT ANV COST ; i make: right, shall we submit to a might which consent.
States have derived from the Union and their The Books and of the CharIe,Un, ChnkiAtexander for the raanuiaclurine the Sisal Hemp, which he
IN CASK OK AUMF.D RESISTANCE, HEWOCLO \ve believe not to tie right ? Our ancestors papers concern have been
THAT C amen, James R designed t" Win. where ibis
Okrlurnski. FA 4Overtan. taking In e Spanish
the hand
of FraacU
in I. Wheaton
connection with the Slave Stales under the Ec1. Al-
BLOCKADE EVERY SOUTHERN 1'ORT ; did l not leach so. Shall we (hen curri'itdcr tOur rrne%' at I.a\v, for sett lenient. All! indebted Duvall, John P Forma E Crake .oecip* of hemp is raised. Thu machine was ioGadiden

THAT HE WOULD CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS FROM Legislation? of ilie Government at Washington.This o birth-right for a Uni-m ; no longer jjlorious to said firm either by mitc r account\vill pernn find it fwr D Zack Odum, MM Mary A C
NORTHERN WESTERN STATES and but tarnished deeds of insult nnd t heir interest to settle Devan, John JDevan. 2 Pjrtr.AorWmCdlins confident it vIlldlr.iTi4ead tnahuraclnre for DM kit
TitK AND ; is accompanied by an inquiry into the by injury ? immediaitly. word to the Mrs Julia
Porter .
Mrs hnntirrd month.
Mary Ion
finally, that he would pour out his blood, if natural advantages possessed by the South, Therefore of less value than a mess of pot.igu wise we hope will be sufficitnt.JOHN R. Dawkins J I'ettus Mi.s Mazuhnhenirer a The present price pe.r ol iisal Hemp,agreeably to New

in defence uf the Union. The a ? The latter saved life the former would HARRIS. D Dr HDevanr Pru.len Miss It
necessary, FRANCIS Fanna York price current. U $IO) p which would make her in of SMITH.
President added, that ho) believed the people advantages case destroy that which is dearer than life- Midi on C. II. Fla. Anril fi. ISV) 1 13It E R 2 Papeni, Long of 0-25 per ton. In the anne.YcdcaIcuhlicti.it Ujut

of the Southern Stales would themselves put the dissolution so much dreaded, one of the honor! ? D arsy, John l'.iyneF at StCQ per ton. '
Duvnf, II TDickenion Reed ZRobertson. There two ies of thi The Agnt
srefi hemp.
down the dieunionisU. When told b- the wealthiest, most powerful and i independent The laws mny be violated in two ways- Just Received and for Sale, W S Mrs 'ary Sualar ia or Sisal hlvmp. arid the Agave J-fexicana, ,

committee that the Southern mcmbees woulJ c cotiimunitit on the globe. The author's con. t the one (,omission, the other of commission.We : I A B A RR5LS rum a Superior White Wheat FAM1U Edwards John LEveret 1jttcrJ E or Mexican llcrnp.-tlu former husmcolh) lear*.

return home, ho replied) : Let them go ; elusions based of the South contend that the North has ILV FLOUR, ol llu celebrated "Albion" Col Jesse Robr, H M the latter ia ,serrate.! TheSUil Hemp i is much tf
are upon a course reasoning, brand. Eason, N WEckels Reed, David in'i.'t prolific! arul of 4 each better quj'ilj than the
there tvill be enough good mn to.take their been guilty of both in respect to our; fundamentallaw 10 barrels extra Magnolia flout, *
and fortified by an array statistics, which RobertEngingneld Rara y.WHR I M.'zieari. ,
places. -the Constitution. The vote of 25 sopeifine Western Flour, .
V. M e.MDL The cenuinc 'iisal hemp was sc'nt here in 1S33.by .
This statement was, as we havo said, first we believe, ] no ingenuity can overthrow oreis.! :the North, on the \\Vilnv Proviso, illustrates 2 ca".ks clear Side*, E vans. Misj! Mary Robertson, J M Dr Perrinewhi) >kne.Tv\eIili! value lie planted

the New Yoik credit. Yet he docs not advocate disunion. i iSo the latter-while a refusal to vote a 'JViritorial 2 ribbed Formey, John PFeUerick.Mrs Reives, James it at the )Huntirn; Grounds near Key F.icane? Cay.
promulgcd" by Tribune, a 2 Shoulder, ClizaFear.Wrn Ilaub.S Th<- Doctor wabsrquntly miudered by the Indians i-
Whig paper was taken and copied with far from it, his pamphlet, if tead throughout bill proxcs the former. The effect of 1 tictre Su nr Cured Hares, HFeenv 2 Roberts,Thomas bel re he had lime to realize the fruit t.l hIs
up t both has been dis.isterous to the rights of the 1 Plain "
the North, will do more to the ; Wrn H Khrnles &, Co I.i bor. The inhabitants of this section ol err State
the strongest marks of commendation by'the preserve South, but beneficial to the might ofthe North.It 6 boxes Sperm Candles. rBEEiRY Fortune R Skiir.e.VVSmith arc exclusitelyn coipmercial people and have no

Northern Whig presses generally, and doubt. Union than any other publication ofthe day. is an established principle of equity that &. ROWLE5J Flinders Alfred John M interest in agriculture ; coni-fjin-nIv| thij valuable
Its address of overwhelming Auctioneers, and Commission Merchanis. Ferguson, N H Senders. L M plant hat been let! in waste m the desert air,, and
an appeal shall like of his
\vitb the that it t none : advantage own
less wrong. 6
hope serve to prop April 1S. 13 It Fearer, Mrs Maria R.inchez. S although they have been ab.ir.dorfu f.r sears in the

the falling fortunes Taylorism. The Senti.nel i force to both sections ofthe confederacy ; Not so argue the North. Ghent, John Smitli. Miss hannah w ildprnearnt biirned dmvn x%ifh the surrounding

an appeal lo the North not to jeopard by The above mentioned xi.ilationsof the constitution Rail Road Notice. ',rimes John Scott, Rev Mr wood* more than a dozen lines they have surmcunle -
has doubt
MO seen it again and again, in have deterred the .South-with the G ruler, J AGrabbling Steven, Lieut W I II! l every difficulty,and productd suctcrs enough to

its Whig exchanges. The Southern Dem. in a course aggression, a UNION sword of Damocles suspended over her head A P Scott,John >u;>ply a large plaf.tatir> -

which has been of such incalculable value toher Gnrnbiinz, A D Spauldinc! J M 2 In this c'.ivnate! the plant, or ratl.fr the lower
ocrttic presses which have noticed it have -from going with her property into the new Grace James JGre l in ,
ia to the Stoclcholler Sade! Rev Mr eaves. mature about |ta. yeai, when they are
done so, only in terms of indignant de-fiance. h ; an appeal to the South, (will she not Territories. The. North-on t the contrary NOTICE. heieby,. Kail given IJoad Company, that on cf n, Ur Sidney SmithS C readily cnnvcitp.l into hrsnp by a vary simple rrn-

have heed it !) not to submit iz degradation lo save secure in strength-has migrated with many: Tliursdn 27th day ol June ncxt.ati election will GiltsUnd, Win Scctt, William re<>i. Each plaul prudurcs on an averaae two hun.
Nor even Whigs refused to denounce its Grace, W WGocxhvin Spear, R tired and liIty leaves,"h.h y 1t4t1 about seventy.egl.t
of her sons to th; shou>s ol the Pacific. bu held at the Office cf the Com'a.y; in Tallahasseef.
atrocious! sentiments. A correspondent ofthe a Government ; which she has known only in .>r even Directors to the aflairs ofsud Company James Spear, George nnur.ds of hemp, or tbw.l five curces to tie leaf.-
with the Constitution of manage
They no A' :
Hyn.an; Franci Smith,J W Two thousar.d of the plant be cultivated
may an
the enormity of its when the result of for twelve raontiis from that date.
Augusta Republic, (Whig.) says, alluding to wrongs California, and ask admission for their bas- l K. K. CALL Pies. T. 1'. Co. l Huuiphiv, Jiiaej Jlla.id Scott, Jams acre-the produce of vvTiirh wnn'd be acn-rdirg tour

thus statement : a separation from her rival will be, to retain laid progeny I Thiis not all. 'I'Iiefiat has; llahasee, April C, IS"U. 13 3a G U I Severe, E.ioch o calculation! seventy sight Ions-mirth at SK/'ft(

within her own limits, the wealth which she "I see by your paper lhat Gen. Taj lor is An Ordinance t W F Stephens, Bcnjanja the hemp wonld sell but for i-'i per ton. stilt the
reported to have said that he will preserve the has furnished for the enrichment and aggran. t that henceforth and forever the fixed principle l Iu3! )irys, Samuel .var1, Geotge profits of the lnd would c.\ccJ that derived from

Union by force. If he Ins so said, he de. clisem'-Mit oi the North. of the government shall be the admission of To establish a Free School for the City cf h Herrington, Nathanitl rath. SS any other article rl cnllivatiop. Each p'ant throws
I no more slave States. Here the South! joins Tallahassee. 1 f /"* 2 Stephens.: B oil from two to three lh' i. and sn'kers.and but litilo

serves the curses of eve y man of the South. We are sorry that the length of this pro. i issue, and says if, as your Webster declared CECT1OX 1. lit it OrJaine:1bjtiie Cily Council Hok'ins! E IJHenderson .Smith,SC labor is required t'tcnding Jiieui.or ia preparing the
His il this lhat
come to we are lo be tram h Mrs C Smith h .
JC em r'
duction forbids its publication in our columns. when Texas was annexed-the admission! of ._) of Taltaiaise, That a lice School be etablishil ,
insulted and J tatem These concltisions Le constdeini and
pled tip-in wronged, and when l. for the tducatir.n. of male children not ur. kr h Haver.sS Dr WmT may strarse
We would lo our fiiends in different a new State changes the 01 initial I tinnier Mrs M Ula startlinz but have and re.arrangeit
we attempt to escape from il, \ve are In be suggest compact (thea;** 01! seven, iesidtn.5 within the corporate limits "tfla< Richard ; we liatMposed
i it t is one against which we and to l! >s. Wil'iam Tydinss, Rev RrIsar1 onr fignres to test our own accuracy, withnut the
ofthe protest i the and
driven lo submission by the bayonet ? If such portion* State, to order the phumjihlct! of City (TalUdnwe; that a Teacher
h Hamilton, BFHall. Thomas Jolm F liuh csl chanae in tbeirresylf the -rcneiiivrs--
j> ;
which do subscribe choose between .
we not bi a.ed la tdka of said School lot six
? eu charge
be the feeling, the sooner the itsuc i is made, for general ciiculaiion. We doubt not that months ; the Crst of t Mrs M Jan; Thcmas.SW ti ate the matter, in ''art, the deeper; becomes the
hold commencing o'i Monday April
and but
the better." jour ofi'i-pring us- we no com.inunion h lave3Juifl H olden hue of calculations
application to cither of our members of and ending 01 thethirtiuth day of September, the TrLle.GeorseTwTwell. g our
with bastard It the
I a. S. F. JONES.
you prefer Hill, James M U
No is dull nrst .es>ioi, tenninatin onthe I t thirtittliof Atitn-t.!
one so as not to
comprehend the Congress, accompanied by money lo pay the former-then let us (nut i t in pc.ice-ifyoii will Sr.c. 2. Iteitfurthtr OiJuhied, That the Teacher I Harrison, H '1 ully. BF KEY WEST FLA.. March 3O, tS'0. U 2t_

mctnin,* of ihe expressions, attributed to Gen.Taylor. publisher, would be cheerfully responded to. go to the left we pref-r lokeepjio the right. Hut employed lor the |*n
The South has, with unanimi. t die. North replies3-ou shall novhercer! we I this Ordinance siutl be paid out of any mone\siit I the Jonc.s Alfred Tiirberville, Wilson TN'OTICE
great As favorable of the
a specimen author's style, otherwise tnd Jtflcoat, J B Todd Dr S B ivenlhaf'applicatinnwill( be nadeto
City Treasury nut appropriated at
ty, stated her determination to jciist,, the Wil.wot we give an extract from the concluding: ravel there shall voujioulso.1 Wcstwaidho such i times 01 the City Council mjy order. and direct, Joiner, Joseph 2 Tvrner, A R of the Circuit Court frr thp Middle

Proviso, and its kiiindred measures" portion I march and iint with a good grace, then lo a salary at the rate of eight hundred dollars per an- Johnson, A Vickers H N 2 Circuit of Florida, on Ihe 10th thy of May next, for
at in which he portrays the danger of an I t the rod of compulsion The North is proha.bly nim.SEC.. Jomden, D C Vickers.J I. 2 aurhf-rity tn sell the Real! Estate of the lafe EldredSi

every hazard, and to the las extremity." In overturn Northern society horn its very Li.til" l travelling a little too fast, and may fin j- 3. Be it further Ordained, That children Jones, John Van Brunt, R Sen oik in/ decea-* ], under such conditiona as the in*
lI Jameson, Dr X A Wilson! Dr Thomas J t leresfs of the infant hrirs nf the aid decedart navrequire.
iditi' (limits of siid
other the City, ,
words whatever bs tie re beyond may upon
consequences, from the influx ofFourierism and agraiiau- I before the jounrncy is ended-tint: the South application to theCity Council, be received and admitted Key, M 2 Williams. Peter JOSEPH F. BYTHEWOOD.AdmrnUtrilor .

she! will not submit to the laws with which i ism, in case that portion ofthe Union is depi i is not jet chained to I lie car of Jiigernaut.It .- as pupils in said School, upon fu<:h terms and Kvlcs AndersonKindort White, Edwaid of Eldred Simkin. dec.

lie has been threatened. I t is true her holders are not in the same state at uch rales as may be hereafter fixed and prescribed.SEC. George Williams. Mis K Jefferson County, March 23,1SSO.( 11-6\T
ived of the
iiillience of the KentI R
defence as those of the North-it is true the 4. lie further Ordained, That the School Weif.EE
The SOUTH is made up sovereign States. South. Tho extract which we give, i'n not resources of ihe government have not been !hereby established, shall be under the general direction Kelly, Mi s Cnma A Wardroper. Mar) JI spring Dress Goods, &c.

This of the Council, who shall for that Kindon, Wm Warner, Mrs S Tissues, Black Gro. de Rhine,
purpose resistance on the part of Sr. more striking for its eloquence, than its l in reference the City purpose Walker SILK
pro. lavishly expended lo safety of be a Board of Trustees, and shall have all the powers Knipp, Mrs E William Jaronet. Far. y Lawrs.Gifiahan .
reign States, is met by Gen. Taylor, (if his found political philosophy. t the South-it is true I hat her Navy-yards, and perlorm all the djli s appertaining lo them iolb.l Keith, Philip H Wright, Wm A J Lawns Fat ry Giiisbac"*. .

friends may be believed.) with the threat of At the bottom cf all French politics, and the Docks, and Arsenals are not as well filled with i character. Keith, J JLai V.'illry, William Printed Muslins, FrsucredOr ancUM,. ;,. .
tier II J Walker. T SLake '
fame applies with equal truth to the tree States of t the materiel of Hut iTBrother Jonathan Paed in Council, Much 20, J550. iJonnet Ribbon Gloves, s. --.
I war.
blockading every Southern port," and of j the. North, lies the idea that might makes right; A true c iv-Attest, Jackju BaptUl Woodruff Joseph Linen Fringe, Lyonese Braid, &c., &e. > 11""
I i in other words that t trusting in his stjpeiior might should come W. III.TChiINS Church Watson, !IbvidV7hfelerZG GEO. 11. MEGINNISSO
calling for volunteers from the Northern i'' a majority ol mere numbers G. Clerk. For site by
and has a natural, indefeasible, and absolute rigl.t to down upon his weaker, because defenceless, March 30, ISM. 12 4t Lay, I) II March 10. lV>0. 10 41 -** S
Western States," to reduce to submission the No Lee, F G Wil son,G W
us govern minority. matter about the injustice sister-think you that she would surrender -
Lee, John Wallace, John S Buggys Buggys !
i Who from us is and oppression of the rule the tuiiiuiity I.;as no without an effort to maintain her right ? SPFUNGGOODS.
among prepared to rally Lonely, J CPcuons Younge Col C C
remedy, short of civil war. This theory acknowledges : received ar roy Carnage Kepcstory! -
to the Mandaid of these Northern volunteers ? what it calls the right of revolution in extictuc "Tinice nrmei is he who hath) his quarrel y. s. JONES S.. calling for the above letter, will JUST f Billys with los; -

Who will welcome them with out-Mretchcd t cases; but t'.at right can outs be tstablished j u't." In such a contingency, would not old i please at} they ire-advertised. 10 within! t. f 3, .

and legitimated by the success which proves the mother, England, and her ** more beautiful HAS received a full supply cf SPUING AND M. NASH, P. M. I Rr.clcaway, 4 N, .

arms ? Who will cheer their march, and ting minority to be the strongect parly and lluucuiiverts daughter," with her *' wooden walls," 0:1: the GOOD5 &e.. which ho ofiers lor Apiil 6, 15V>. 1.1 3t 1 second-! and Carry4l| ,
them into t ale on line KO't moderate terms. which will be U the he-t of .
hich terrr.s.A
their ? If a majority ; w brings u> Lack si> en
praises any, let them speak, for to the starling place, that might makes tig'it. All Atlantic, while from the banks of the St. Spring Goods. GOTTONGiNS.JESSE !*>, on hand Saddles, II.idies, d.nthle! and iule

such have reason to be offended at our plain. the (tee States, like France, aieorganized u,)on this I.avrence-to Jonathan: would say: -" wii Ii. Prints and Muslins of different varieties, h Irnc5sardevery variety tf Gooilsand Warf-s usn-

ness of speech. Such too, if they choose t principle cf a majority's unlimited right i J.i rule; holl I your fiatricidal haii'l !" LJjhold then I.ace Good and Lace*.-Capes, Collar. &c.. II. WATSON ally found in a SadJlrry E-ab1i.irner.h ; and aI4 kind

their idea of a ;pcrlcct State is a highly centralized Jonathan between two fires, about to learn a Gloves, ||o.ieryParj-oU Fan*. Flower &c., o f work dane.. at the. shortest. notice.* &c.
rnjy attempt to silence our the consolidated Government, where Dr. HULL.
appeals to the will of the
0 Made'kiiiimer 15o
Ciittiimt-sl".i lor >s,
lesson, thai "prudence is the better ol Ki-ady CIXPalmyra M.&NrF.tcTtnF.a, .
) number be pail' Merch lf. ISi() 10
South: wih; the cry of klame !" WeLsed greater may expressed and executed with Gi-ntiemen'sfine Hits. White and slack Heaver,
the rapidity and Such valor. Now suppose Brother Jonathan has LC Cctun'y Georgia,
greatest certainty. a Goxrrntnenl Panirni.: ghTi. Tu ran, and Palmleai Hats. Cotton Plantation for Sale. 7 :
them not. Strong in the of docs not confine iUellto the external learnt his lesson f, he
hmesty our relations I r is uu apt scholar Alo---lcah taukn S.etIi. inform his fiiend* and the public gene-
purpose and in the sacredness of (4 the State, and the piuteclion ol life and propetlv; then w oar cause, at home; but it invades the interior of the lamily"; Staple Goads.D'imestics he will be lo therr L TAJIO, si ;ite4! 5k miles and a half from .
old stand, where lianyy supply :
formed; of the
we will persist in that and it destroys the unity of matried life out one which was broken by Tallaliawe the Th vflp ltt arl, ConsiJlir.z ot,
purpose bland by by creating separate j 0 nahur.'<. Shirting, Sheetings &e.I with\ first rate article. As a. cvider.ce of the I : I>n ma
that cause. inteiest* in the parties; rubs parents of the its too gi eat veiht.It I Iarttware,Carpernt Cr's Tools, Ciocktry,and I qualitv cf hi' wurlc, he would state that out of (the 7 2') arre oi superior Cotton t.in.T-UJ aere'' of which

education ot th<>ir children so as to destroy individ. I Iuality is said that such an event would l lie a t\are, Iron.St.cL and Nails. t Une number s-MJ by him the pust year, not one has ari cleared awl the rf rr.nir.jf i in the vtrr.s. Il bas

Ax OFFSET. Since writing the foregoing, ol character, and train and prune them to the :! great calamity to both sections. Admitted. Groceries. fail d to give peitecf satisTaction-and would ao rlerenie "n il a C'-.rnfoitatle Dwelling Hcnse, zrt.d NVgrooiiies.
same moral tnd mental stature The l Gin HOIKP, Sfjfvr and iinprovrmfnt. all
we have in the rnajoiiiy the ol one who has one 4if his>
keen last name any
Haltimore Hot whose
would be give
Sun, numbeis i is more powerful than the Czar, because it | the greater loss ? Hro.I Baron. Lard, Flour, Rice, fubacco. Starch, Fish, Gins in uie. lie is intending to enlarne e3tabish-! new, and it w jl! be shl l l on reisinab1e; l rim*, a the

a letter from Washington, containing the is itsell physical might; it is more grinding in its I her Jonathan's clearly. At present he buys Sugar end Coffee, Crackers Currants Raisins Figs meut considerably' this year, by which means he will subscriber ha* deterrjincJ In en t<> C.i'rr.ia. For

report that the President bad just rc. tyranny, because it das less feeling of personal! responsibility his sister's Cotton on better terms than any Prunes, Almoiid-i and Pecans, Pepper Spice. Ground be enabled to fiLi ordert (which last sear he was 'in- i,,bormati n.enquire at this Offi e.or. ti> the subI ri-
end i's Argus eyes can search and RaceGmgrr, P.a'h, SaUratus Sal Smli, &.C.,p ber tin. the PI J nut ion.
marked every corner other nation-then his manufactures wmild be able to di>) with Gins, if possible superior lo anv ever
to a gentleman from the South, ol the country ; its infallibility wm pptn to tad the Wines, Tern, fine Lii'iors and Cigars, Sjddlery, manufacture.! inSouthweMernGeorcia. He thinks ROBERT HHALL.. V
44 That if the time should attack than the Pope's because it is, itself public Mime as other nations. Now, he Travelling Trunk", Woodwate, &..C.Drus that 'a experience enables him to make a March Ifi. IV.O. 10 -
come, when opinion. Like other despots, it never hears ihetiuth bms one-fifth of the annual proiucls of the and Medicines, and P-iinti and OiN and I every bctfer"article.jea -

the Union can not be maintained with I. ; its ears trained lo fred upon a fulsome flattery I South, nut in return sells$ to her nine-tenths of r Glaw. Medicines of every variety usually required I little Beings practicalcaeclianic.and withaldetermined: Notice. ,. ;. .

cut force, it would no longer be worth ; and throngs of fawning court iers are ready to csll l his own, which he does not himself consume-. I on Plant ,tions. Old Dr. Townsend's S-irsipaiilla':; that none but Ginil Iheverv fir-t cla .3 shall be man SIX nvnnth* after ;!(e first pnblicaHon of this no- 4
pre I its unbridled passions, greatness, and its lavish expenditure aUo Dr. S. P. Townsend' Sarsaparilla. lIastin; ufactured in hi he(feel sac in'warrant ing them I shall apply foifieHon. Jame E. Enme> ,
ihen shop
serving. If Gen. Taylor made such n rc I of the taxes wrung? from the minontv, perchance tie tables will be turned, and I Compound SyrupofNiptha.Lucena Cordial or Elixir. to the? satisfaction ot the purchaser. He Jiid e of Probate tt>r Leon County." for a di hare
goodness. The love of true and : he may he thankful if we lake one fifth, shen I/Amoiiri Animal Galvanic Cure All and I to operate of the tf
nark, it is probably the most sensible lhat liberty rr.anty independence I de D..lIy's will deliver them Iree of charge to purchasers at f rom the administrator-hip estate George
of thought cannot flourish in such a we shall be free lo buy elsewhere on better Iizical h1am Ftractsir.; their plantations.Allensizements( Youhz,decease' ate of Leon C unt>. FI.M lila.

over fell from his lips. Hoping it may 1 be community; the greediness ofoSicc, and the love (terms. Now Brother Jonathan boatts thai Also_Jewelry, Pet futnerf, Docks, and Stationery, made with his travelling Agents DAVID D. YOUNG; *

tine, though doubting, we publish it. We do of power,take their place; I heie is an eager courting .* the universal yankee Nuti.ui is litlle the Le &c. of rrdert to Proprietor at Palmyra, shall be: .tdm'r5 of George Young, deceased. j
of popular favor a feverish fear difleiing in opin I a ; Tallahassee, March lO, 1630. 12 -It attended lo.f March ir. lfr) Is' fim 5t .
what we can to circulate il in the South.- ion from the majority, a making haste to leave the greatest tinder the sun"-then, depiived pfhis promptly Repairing: properly done in the most durable *

His threat few, and juin the many." best customer, poverty-stricken and despised, Ladies Plow Iron ,
reported offeree has been published e Select School for Young man net.
he be is also (f1 the sale ofRandall' Cha'tmai ascoytmnt of wide Iron.siy S.O.and 10 in- 4
may seen migrating southward# ;yilh"Packets fr>- lIe :'tgnt AN
for weeks, with hearty commendation In iheJforlh The conservative chaiacler of the Union res'* to Let 1" QUINCY. ** & Co.'s CAST IRON HORSE POWER*U- iitable fi-r Plow, r.ccird per Schooner .

and has doubtless there made upon the shveholding States. With them. a vet nilE neil ties-ior of this SCHOOL will commence GAR MILLS in Southwestern Georgia and Florida Abell. and for sale by .
Swarm diffrrent idea ol government ;prevails. They 'believ'elhat The! South js admitted; |to have ruled the J. Mondav,' June 10th. Hivin en-azcd an ac- Contracts can be made %< ith my Travelling Agents MeNAUGHT &. GRMOND.

friends for its reputed author.It the sovereignty rest with the people not collectively destinies of this Union: for nearly half a ceo rompluhed'and! experienced Teacher to take charge Any information wanted with regard.> the cn-t and I N -w .rrr. iVSrrh 0. IO O j jW. It

is tim that some!ing of an opposite character of, but individually. A. the Union i is a federation I- lury-by the influences of moral power alone of the M'isiB Department! this Scnool now atlord.t operation of ihesemitls, can b? obtained by address- G. M. DAVIS, r *
sovereign st tt-s, with their several 5oundthoru"h L
; reserved
c facilil for Lading to acquire a ins me at Palmvra.Lee C.mtyGeoria.
sources wealth are in the soil and. every yoang
should be promulged in the South rights, bo in their each ATTORNEY AT LAW .
for eyes is Stale a federation of aid' accomplished F-ducatjon. March "'O, ISOO. 12 |J* ,
all! Southern presses are not like those of New sovereign! individuals, (or families if you will) with are founded upon a mqre solid basis than the.L 0 J. PUELPS, Principal. taten i',> hU abot!e at TnUahawe. avid will I II
their reserved rights. In their belief there inhjjtations fairy fabrics of joint..lock Her HAS *
*re I. companies. Mrs PIIELPS. ) w the Courts vf line Middle Distiict-
Oolcans, to which we have alluded, imdcr; the and lights, derived through Ire laws ol career will be onward and ;peaceful. Posses Mi HUR15AKD, VTeachers.MissTOWLE. In Chancery. and ot Frnnklin and Jacks--n Counties. *

influence of Northern sentiments and nature from God alone, >\hich are independent of, sing within herself the Icvor which .' > CIRCUIT COURT, MONROE COUNTY FLA., Mm'i .l. 1rfl. t) -
consequently and by
prior lo, all government. Such arc (the! ffla 12 lOt
) Quiney. March O. IS.S I. MAY TERM, 1S50.
prepared to applaud a purpose of: lions of parent and child, of husband and wife c.f the commerce of the wuild is moved-it will Provisions, &c. ?
master and hlave, and the right to which ever bo the interest and desire of all nations Julia. Thistle, bv her next friend, Hiram 1
the President, to reduce the South to Mibmis. properly, Cisterns on a NoW Plan. "Benner- ,1 ,1 BARRELS MESS PORK Jj4
all go to make up the great cornerstone ol the 1,0-i that its movements .should be. peaceable. If } Divorce. t 6 do. Prime do, ..
lou cial CISTERNS placeil on their 8.*. ( ; .
by force.Dr.. edifice-the famiiy. To these in,litu- wi-hinz
lions in all their incidents, and pre-erve rll their deriralive these premises are. just, it follows that the PERSONS a cheap and durable manner, can be accommodated Hezekiah L. Thistle. J 5 Key Leaf Lard. .

rights, is the chief duiy of governmenl, which it I South will! loose less than tho North by a flit E. on application lo the sub-cribtr atBainbriJje. PROOF having! been made that Hezekiah L. ThiS. 2 nail' barrels Cranberries, r1
Webster Convicted. that has satisfaction out of the State ol Florida, !/ i* S. Lhd. clear side Bacontf-
cannot fulfil without such an organization ns will solution rif the Union. Seqsibje men at the His plan i is one given .
do. cb
t shoulder
> -
give a full and fair voice I all who have adopted it-a certificate of dered, upon motion of S. R Mallory, Esq. Complainant's *
The to to
interest '
and North "
Telegraphic every
Despatch ofthe Chant class and confer each every are opening their eyes to the fact, that which willsoon be published. Solicitor, lhat a hearing of the lads char 10 bIs.St. Loois Flcuf.-' .

*oo Courier to the Savannah Republican, of the others, so upon that legislation a veto shall upon the not a be saulu the the South is unanimous and consequently are w.pH. TISDEL. ged in the Complainant's Bill be had ; and that a 3 do. planting ['ittatucs.I > .. .
eudeavoring lo catch the beast 4f thereof be in sorr.e public I. l.hd.. fine Su. ar, :
voice of mere numbers, but a compromise between wild of Fanalicism March 30 IS-V). 12 notice published newspaper ? *
lays ; for the of four months al leust.: 50 bushels Petit Gulf Cotton Seed, .
which has of this State pace
the and the been allowed
majority minorilj-not merely the will lo roam so lop 1 .
10 barrels Whiskey. <
b The Jury in Mr. WrssTcu's case, at eIe I.. of the greater number, but the leMillant of the over the regions of Free-soilism. If good Groceries, Fruits, &c. JOSEPH Jud B.e Southern LANCASTER Circuit. Just iet.fJ. per schr-W. R. Petted, and for sale- bj .

en o'clock on Saturday night, rendered a vcr. wilU of, not all. Such force a but government the rests its authority wishes for their success avail, they have a hear, JUST received per Schooner William K. Pettes from Key West, March 30, IS5>>.; 12 4m MeNAUGHT t OnMOND-
diet of upon upon universal consent Orleans, Newport. March 9. IS-V ? S
guilty murder in the first degree, after ; there is no despotic public opinion to ftifle I ly God.speed[ from JEFFERSON. St. LouU Floor, flioCofTee, .

three hours consideration.-WEUSTCB made freedom or thought ; no King Numbers lo flatter ; Tobacco. White Beans, New Spring and Summer Gosds.nfllE Axes .
no rapacious can use the forms of law *' FROM THE ABLE AND ; Turpentine gtc.V
to .
Oil Oranges i is receivinir, and will continue to
and after Olive subscriber
speech the
verdict was returned, gratify its ravening ton plunder but every class has DR. A. McFAELAND. Brazil Nuts, Lemons, 1 receive bv future arrival a well select d stock FRESH supply of live above A\c*: also" No.,
fainted. He then to consult t Ihe interests of others, without whom it 10, II.and I Cat t Plows.exin points ; St.d
was reminded ;
Kum. DRY
to jail to t Of the Insane JIutpilal, Uonrord, A" // WhiskeY of STAPLE Bnd FANCY GOODS, GROCERIES
cannot act, as well as its own; and the people ai retrained -' Claret Wine. which i S: Spearr( Cjit and \Viwtght Nits.C.&C. ,
**att his sentence. to the statesmanlike of We are favored with the following (ruth-speaking. Gin, t HARDWARE, 3tc., he tillers for salt Received Urig Em.-tinr.and fsate! br. ?
practice pec
govern* d
For sale by sr.arkel prices, and to which be invite' .
tnenl in the spirit of union and harmony. The body and convincing letter as to Ihe virtues of Dr.Thomas ALFP.eDEHOC. at the lowest MeNAUGHT ORMOND. S.

Meeting' Jackson County.A politic become i inatinct i with life arid healthy vigor: Coi GENTLEMEN belt'a Highly Concentrated Syrup Sauapjrilia : March 30, 1SW. 12 the attention of the public.CEO, IL M. ,INNISS. Newport, February 23. 1S50. 7 j-t1d- '

Public opinion works in its true calling, as the :Having directed and m de use of '- .-'S. -k.,5- .
has been held in Marianna : the Compound Concentrated March 15. ISM. 10'J. 5'4f St S .
meeting of
Syrup Sampaiilla
moderator not the ulenccr of individual differen- Watches Jewelry; &.c.rpHE H.LvCKEYa:
prepaied by Ihe t United .
County Jackson the of the Soul h. c Society Shakers,somewhatextensively :M/WTT.T.TAMg, the Female Depretctflt4che
on eubject in my practice, I cheerfully add teslitnot.y I. ) subscriber* have just reci i. ? ..
enD Convention. toils valuable my J. red rood supply of Good Is, Jane and Wacissa Lewtilul. JT Institute, nijl be prepared t first ol'April tdiccornm
A Committee consisting ofMes85. M. R. H. Garnetr. qui'itie In those depraved a recevngfroin Liura a ad\vith .
h ibits connected with kcrofulous dia:bests.t hicK we among which are IS large, and well assorted stock'of GOODS for thily young gentecJr.drornfcrlable -
Yonge, Kilbcc, Wynns and Pitman 44 often nod, but for which it difficult i to pi escribe, I Tobias Gold Lever Watches, the Spring and Summer trade, lo which he would boar t'at 10 pt'nnrttb, fisr.'hts snO .
A had p incladrd. .
east cashing His hw'ise is
'1ete appointed lo report Resolutions for a consider this Syrup peculiarly useful. In chronic Hunting Silver Levert, invite attention his customers and the public genvrally. -' designed for yoocg.adi
taUcqoeot: 4 taken a shine to the daughter of a Maid old diseAes of the skin, it may be used with successbe L'Apien and plain Watches, ? only, and alt the intrrest of tbosj tcmmitU4w

meeting to be held on the Gib ofApril deacon, who used frequently 1 lo invite him lo ing well calculated for this class diseases. 'Being Chains, Seals! ,and Kes, March 1C, 1S50. 10 his care, will strictly' s' '

(to-day.) dinner. The deacon one day called upon him acquainted wit h the composition oftheSrup.Iapeakof r.racelels, IJosou. Pins, Rrnss, Earrings. rhntnatviue. lbruary U". D5. .

it with more confidence.. Boom Buttons, S'eei* B tloni, s.'F.BuitiY : 4.
ask the blessIng and Notice.
io customary not wishing ,
A. MeFARLAND. Gold lien and Pencil Cases,
Middle Florida and the Convention. to have it understood that there was tiny one Insane Ho-pitalConco"id N. II. Gold Pena in Silver Oaie ,, flTOULD respectfully call \the\ attention ofhiVV ; O1X Months after the date( if this notic-. I wit

All the Counties of Middle Florida save thing he could not do. he made the offer.- Truths like these'prove tIle efficacy cf this ituiluableprepiralion Silver.Table, Tea, Mosurd and Salt Spoons' friends aml'lhe puWic neratly and to'Ms iaiar.d O present riif Toiic'-er' and accoent to IbeiHan iludge : .

hamilton from Hastily recollecting all he could ofthe miial of.Dr. Coibett li'iinot herald Maibte Clocks, well assorted stock'of SPRING SUM MI_i.S of Probate for Leon Cimniy, fif a naL Bsitl-' ..
( which we are daily expect. lo the world by disgust log statements i ng to bear form, he begin and made an excellent start n// uld staple,uiiielly "''Id" in lhUta rket-alljjf >vhichb, ofsiid C **e ** *-t
a good report have no medicine e f r c eflect, but it simply promism 1 Setts ol W itcr -.cjac. i Vemton, late <'tirtty.d.ceased. !
,) out
spoken but for hit li could not tell how clots iloff. 1srece&vnzdaiY. '
tu Itvorcf it. e to unfjef theapprprij of the ablest phytucian* and VTOWLE b MYERS. T TATKICK SMITH.! A5a"r.

jcnding delegates to, the Southern I| was easier tq go op tlin to stop. FiII- cicir.ist| in Ihe ccuntrr,] r j tftansf <*o WiwJ, Araj Mar.)23 % 5'). 11 Match 10, l5i". 10 Maret 1i5'). ll-C p

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..ttTY-SECURITY-PBRPET UIT'- -T-ii: r tWLLUill !egolIn bUtrt tmtntB. State- of Florlda-Gadiden CIrCnIirt.IN V : Business !nrbs, kr. ;. .vA U'I'lU '. l'It -q

CHANCERY.Bill A doe .
: eo Cf4'" bu'.",.,. '
$900,000. for Injunction and Reltf Cotton Brokerage.V citba, ...t4'$. P.T."a..1ttI. &ft4 11, ,. !

Chaoer.Wer Arnold and 'P a Sanapuin. which they CAll Dr.TltWII"'I":1- ;

INSURANCE Circuit of the State of Grtcnuj d.umtia.Cng Li Q r..VUI.VE.OrIel..1e. = !
Plorda BEEEY & I,
COURT, FALL Reuben Augustus Flurry William H. McMil ROW IK doctor, and .ntll' w.: bat w.. JflllCrI, s'ortrer. .
OF HBW 35 IT., Sot C. West. TN addition their bU and ro.fe.eAMl. 1M 1ik8. ''Tee "ii. 1
yO.J- "A Eli as Wester Complainant,) : 1n, and Benjamin nfs a r aauessbsrni.fiDr.&q
Fnnd NOT. lit. 1849, S OO.. Cs. > Bill for Divorce. TT appearing to the satislaction of the Court that .1.. Commission: Merchants, will give their'attention ihi parJIUM otPhilac eNCI kWh'h. b 110I. ,nts"t ,
NEenmuttP to tile selling COTTON, for and others lie* a:4 pMa.stsa: ,
ted in Bond and Mortgageson Nancy We'ler, Defendant. JTT -L Reuben Scott,one of the defendants, resides without .4 pardi. IIODe bMa. t

r"l otate in thii *ity and Brooklyn, and blocks ( appearing, upon affidavit, to the satisfaction of : the Stale, so the ordinary process of Court cannot who may not End it 'convenient"t d attend and wait 9s.Y 'Ixh; CRIOIXJIZ. JLD VT.Jacsb.w.ie.4ri '

nfte% ca4e aM Cit) of New.York and United Stiles J_ the Court that the defendant resides out of the I he served upon him : // is therefore Decreed tldOrfrn. foi;, the t arrival of the steamer. Being always on V .ofl,*;alas M U CM Old nr1:1..e... ha Ai.Cy COI& -
hft spot, hey will be read) to take advantagedthe U'II' n4 his S(5flIufs M the facts in the any iz.Priicipst
and That charged
Onrnment. Western Circuit out of the State: It a belin'of '
Ti. fond i i. rapidly increasing by a widely exten That the said defendant be required, to i appear Orctr on the third (3d) Monday in May at market that may offer.- OJc,. un X.ea. If.Xew r;., .
11k be left for exhibition. moderate .f
proipeioui bu.inw.. answer this bill of complaint on the first Monday in Quincv, Gadden County, at which time, said defendant Samples may Charge

The Company declared a dividend of profit* of fir- March, A. I D., one thousand eight hundred aud fifty, may appear and plead to or answer said Bill: and prompt returns made. V

!r-two per cent on all ui ting policies on the 31itct3&niary. t and in default thereof the said bi shall be taken And it i'futhrOrdtt That a copy of this Order January 5. J&5. 52 tf ,

1818. "pro confess;" and that this be published in be published one .ews? pen publishedin -- 4
All the Profit a divided among the Insured. some public newspaper in this State for the spaceof the Circuit once a week for three months at least. &AMES 7t

The are payable in each annually, semi' three mouths before the day ordered for the lidbeuing. Quincv, November 17, 1S49. DEALERS IN
frmhanl' THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A .
." & !, interest being added on th DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS. OI.S. VVfr.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS. Judge, tc. true cnpy-Attest, \V'
deferred payments.Tb Clerk Gad .len Ct. Court.I. Toilet Articles &r. Window Glass .
this a.. WM. II. MITCHELL, R. C. LESTER. Perfumery, _- V
cash principle adopted by Ccrnpany -
Solicitor for FERGUSON: Jr., \
earn to the parties for whose. benefit the insurances Complainant. Solicitor for PAIJ TER BRUSHES AND COLORS, _
are effected, the whole of the advantage, without Apothecaries' Glass &c. ,. _____________
drawback of State of Florida > I Samuel C. Clerk 9. J"5. : 3m \Tnrc. ,
subjecting them to the heavy accumu. Bellamy, HEabore
constantly on forsale at the
Utrd premium note Jackson County. J of tbe Circuit Court in and for T 1' li
lowest market
Persons may effect insurance on their own lies said County, do hereby certify that the above is a State of Florida-Gadsden Cicut Court. prices. LEWIS \

and the lire of others. -married women can in. GAY'SEXTRACT true copy of the original order passed in case of IN November 20,1847. &AME.TaUabauee. '

sure the life of her haaSand, the benefits of which Elias Westor vs. Nancy Wester. Given under my Mar Woodward, ) \

are by law (or the exclusive use of herself or OF CANCHALAGUA, hand' and private seal, there being no seal of office, rs. > Bill for Divorce. IMOJf TOWLE. MARIANO D. T\Tr \ I

'Pnro. A CALIFORNIA PLANT OF RARE this 21st day of December A. D. 1S49. James J. Woodward. ) TOWLE PAPY. _

Clergrmen and allothersdependeflt upon ahrie.ar SAMUEL C. BELLAMY, Clerk, [ MEDICAL DR
specially invited to avail themselves of a resource VIRTUES. By NATHAN S. WATSON D. C. I affidavit in this cause filed, that Jarrcs J. Wood Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, TOWNSEND,

whereby their surviving families may be secured A CERTAIN PREVENTIVE AND CURE FOR January :: J 1S30. 52 3m ward the defendant in t this cause resides beyond Ihe ( formed an association for the Practice THE ORIGINAL. blSCOYERKR OfTHK

from the eril of penury.Panphtsts Feeer and .-ijur, Consumption, Coughs, Cold, In Jackson Circuit Court. jurisdiction of this Court and out of the State of HAVING, wil attend the several Courts of t the Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla. }
of the principles of Mul i. Florida It is Ordered That the said James J. .
explanatory Infiuency, .isthma. Bronchitis, Scrofula, Gout, : Middle Florida, and in the District Couit Oi Dr.Townsead Is now about TO years of cr. ... basUu
al Life .Insurance, and illustrating its advantage, Rheumatism, AVura/gio, Erysipelas, Lumbago, FALL TERM 1S19-WESTERN CIRCUIT. Woodward do appear. plead, answer, or demur tosaid of the U. S at Tallahassee. All business entrusted _. kaowa as the .1UTHOR DISCvrr.Rr.lt oot,1IM
with form. of application may be obtained at the Bill of Complaint within three months, or said SK.Yffl.YR OR tor.Y.I. TOW."tVI1 5-f K5.I'. *|/.
Paralysis, Pleurisy, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Costicentst. James Yown, ) to their care will receive prompt attention. ,." ,
3 Wall it. of of its for Divorce.ViceyYown. defendant 'I L. Being pour. I 1) was compelled b limit 'its IlUDIJac... *
office of the Company, or any Bi Bill will be taken confesfo against said
: Piles, Dysentery, Dropsy, Lictr Complaint vs. : pro 03- Office in the Capitol. rhleh means ll has been kept out of market ansi the sale ciiuuueribed >>
_,eot.. *, Billious Complaints,.'Vc, cons.Inflections, J Chancery. and the cause set for hearing at the next Term February l7, 1S4u. 7 to lho.e only vrbo had proved Its worth, and II..*.

TRUSTEE Cutancout Disorders, Ffr(1 in General, Hemorfiagei. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by of the Court in May next, at Quincy : And it is further I ls.t&Ius.persons It wht had had rencned been the heated san of ot sure maay.di.taa nevertheless,..aifrum ..urh

Jot. B. Collins, David C. Col Jen! Obstructions! Fluxes, Indigtslon. DC affidavit in this case, that Vicey Town (the de.. Ordered, That Ibid Order be published in some MEDICAL. NOTICE. death uroclaim.it its *ir.liene* and wonderful

Wm. J. Hy.l.p, Alfred Edwards, prated and Defective t Appetites al diltllt Icndant in this case, resides beyond the jurisdictioncf public newspaper printed in this State once a week HEALING POWER. "

R. H. McCurdr, Wm. Bettn', originating inConstpton this Court, and out of the State of Florida, and for three months. Dr. Charles T. Darby Knowing' mot* v/iwr 'f". Ih"*b<; .n"<*. by hi* ,.HI.sclent

Fred. S. Joseph Blunt, in the State of Georgia It Ordered, That the sail 2d Fcbruaiv, 1S50. tnii experience devised aa article which would b. .f.
I I ,
Wint\D i mink'nd when the
of the Bowels BALTZELL ESPECTFULL V.announces to the public in table advantage to moan t* furnished -
C. W. r. Isaac G. Pearson, d :Vicey Yown do appear and plead, answer, or demur THOMAS Judge.A R that he has general to bring ''t 'into universal aotue when Us Uwtims*,
John Yelverton, Henry Well, IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It to the said bill of complaint within four months, or true copy-Attest, permanently bim'elfn virtues would be known and appreciated. This tune has_.
Mooie. R. C. LESTER, Cleik. Monticello, Florida and will be found at the means are supplied: this
Theo. Sedjwick, Wm. I the said bill will be taken "pro confesso" againstthe
gives tone and vigor to the cige tire 3m unless professionally engaged. Strict attention will OR..f.YDVV UffCQ.l'.1Lt.r.D PRKP.1R.1TIO.Y
organs 9
Stacy B. CoUiui, Zebedee Cook, said defendant : Provided, That the publicationof February 180. .manufactured on the lar-e scale and is called fur thron !-
and is remarkable for be paid to all calls.
John II. Swift Jona Miller its.Inimating, :Strengthening, this order be inde in some public newspaper professional 'iiI the length and breadth of the land.eswciatly( ai U is(uu J
David Comstock, and Restoratiee Properties.Publicly week for Gadsden Circuit Court. May.I849. 13 Incapable of uejen.ration or deterioration.
Johr. Wadixrorth, A. printed in this Slate once a :he period of .
admitted by Dr. Townsend, Manufacturer V Unlike yoanK : P. Townsend's.it iinprovei with '.e. sat
S. M. Cornell, nbet Shuyler .. three months. GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Isaac l'ergusin. Jr., ) Attachment.rs. GEO. W. HUTCHINS aever changes,but for the better;became Ilia prepared MM*'
Gou,. M. Wilkint. James Chambers, of To\ncnd'i Sarsaparilla, to be November 19th, IS 19. Judge, fcc. > In As umpsit. tifte pnnctpiet by a tcientijic man. Tht highest howled ..5Cieiagy.

John V. L. Prutii, Jo!eph Tuckerman, Far Better than Sarsaparilla." JOHN MILTON, Reuben Scott. ) Sum sworn to$31256.10. AUCTIONEER trough nio. and requisition the 'latest'in discoveries the mannfttture of the art.of the hat.Old all beta U,'.

Fred. SVliittlescy, Moses U. Grinnel, <&: In corroboralion of the above, read the an. Solicitor for Complainant. THE defendant and all persons are Sarsapar.lla. The Sarwipnriila -.It to well know to medScal
Charles Ely. Wm. J. nexed communications notified of the institution ot the above T.1LL.UIASSEE, F'L4. lie.."ontain, many medicinal properties and aims prnpertki
inert azaleas, and others whio1) 'If .
a which are or rrtaie.d la
John C. Cruer, feui-eneDutilh, Stale Floruta } I Samuel C. Bellamy stated case by attachment, and are requiredto REFER TO IOnJ8rnl .
Conclusive Testimony) and Proof Positive, oj Clerk hereby U T>r UI. produce ferauntttiiM and ieH which U itjunous
Walter Joy, Franc S Lathrop, Jackson C unty. J of the Circuit Court i in and for appear and defend said suit on the 3d Monday in Messrs. II. BOND, J. W. ARGYLE, D. C. WILSON, to the .)'slean. Some of the properties of 8ar>apanlla
Alfred Pell FUOM Tit GKAKFEMJERG COMPANY.Sir will be taken \re to .l.,;.'". that Ibey entirely evapi.nite and are kt t la t.
said County, do hereby certify that the foregoing is May next, at Quincy' or judzment by F. H. FL ca.T.J. HODSON and J. T. ARCHER.:
i if they are not preserved by a
JOSEPH B. COLLINS President. :-You are aware that, as the originatur of the preparation teuntijie fneit.known .
a t true and correct transcript from the original order default. January 9. 1850. March 10 i, inly to those expcri.ucsd Its manufacture.: More,v.,.
IS *.AC Secret Graefenberg Company, I muct have had attention FERGUSON Jr., PlaintitT.Febi.sry 1.18H. which off .
ADn.TT. urg. my passed in case of James Yown vs. Vicey Yown. sue I theic tetatue frnciptti Uy y"p.r or as aa .ihalaUna.
JOS. BLUNT, Counsellor. called to the numerous Medicines presented to Given 9 IS50. 3m .under beat are the very tttutlml meJuti frejtrin .f the,
ine for divorce in said Court. under my : J. L. SHIELDS M. D. J. S. BOND St. D. I ..
1 have watched with hane root whlrh ei t..II r"lt value.
Tallahassee. the much Ii
JAMES: B. GAMBLE, Ag't., public paronage. and i
seal], there being no teal ot office, t thi.
private A7!! person "a boil"r Ilew the IIIni till they rrt a dark colored
the introduction of the
January 19, ISOO. 2-JT interest Canchalagun into 21st t day; of December, A. D. 1 IS 19. Middle Circuit of Florida. Drs. SHIELDS & BOND UqQId. which is gui,,. (nm the c..l..rne matter ia th.root n...
this counTry by joursclf; and am free to say that no SAMUEL: C. BELLAMY. Clerk, [ Elizabeth Fort mm any thing clue; they caa then sinln this insipid or vapid,
Mary ,)
Medicine stands so high as extract associated 1/111111.( sweeten .illt onr Ululates ant then .B lt .
themselves in
the c
Tax Collector's Sale. I I of that invaluable plant.desen.ecl your I have By NATHAN S. WATSON, 1>, C. vs. > Bill for Partition of Land. HAVING together SAPARII.LA EXTRACT ur \"RCI'.- But such i. aK\D\ .
inyotcnfami'y of Medicine ice. oiler their
January 5, IS 52 3m Zachariah C. Fort. ) Surgery f nicle know n as the
virtue of the authority vested in we by law, 1 seen its extraordinary. efficacy, in the cure of a con. ; :! --- the services to the citizens of Quincy and the surrounding GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND1 :
Court that Zachariih
BY have levied upon. and will expo..lor sale, be- I I I frmtJcaser Bronchitis. Iorlcomplainl which In Jackson County Circuit Court.IN IT appearing C. Kurt satisfactorily, the defend int. does not reside in- country. SARS.\P.\RILLA. f
fare the door, in Madison, on the first require prompt and ( I of the Quincy -u U't 11 1S49. :31: This Is s.) prenand. that alt the inert properties. of the Bo*
Conrtloule, the following described lands, lood, I deem your Canclialaguafar, very tar SUe CIA CERV-FALf.TERMNoy. it #. this State bnt the Slate of Georgia : II i Ordered, _- sapanlla rmit are lint ,removed every thiuc capable*Itecvwrag '
Monday the TUff due and all the That the Siid Zichariah (c Fo.t. anti other person Thomas Jeff. Heir acid or of fermentation. U extracted and rejected;then every ,
the Martha Eliza
ranch' thereof satisfy prior any day )> ,
or so a wil Suraparl/ Whittington j interested in the premiss of which partition is parade( of medical virtue is secured ia a pore ad concentrated !
thereon f'lrlhe IS. witTh.Ncsrcl1TlR.NandE: and with them all Jam "el acquainted. C,. > Divorce. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW form; and thus it Is rendered i insapsbieinganj.rt..t l I ;
year ; the S W JSee J. T. MARSHALL. Ephrairn ObcJiali Whit t inst n. ) sought bv thi l Hill, do appear and answer the said able and liealmj pmi!.riie.. Prejrcd U this way,it is aiade the
Bill of Complaint in this case filed, within three practice in the Client Court in each I nio fl.T 1, R 7, N and belonging! to George A.ilclntyre. appealing to the satUfactioa of the Court, b WILL
IT ) months from the date hereof. of the Middle[ Circuit, and in the Supreme Cure of innumerable ,Jisca c .
EUINCXT IN affidavit in this case, that Ephrlam Oh.-diah Whit. and United States District Court llauce: the reosi.n why we hear omnuandalutnt o. .very .e'a
FROM A NORTHAMrTOX, The premises fur partition which the Bill is Court a
JOH n PATTERSON.Tkt : LAW\Cl t tington, the defendant, resides beyond the jlridie. its favor fcy D'.n. women, and children.Va find it dull:
i is known and described as the following tractsor Tallahassee.Monticello. woniicrs the or
Collector for f.Ji.nn County. M.S.Cll'E'rT.NORTU.U1PTQ (ion of this Court, :and out of the State of Florida, fled :
Gin'rax : of land, lying and being in the Count nf January 2 1813. CO.VSCMPTIO.Y. ItYSPKPStjI. and t.irKIt C(..
lre.mberlISI9. 47 : Fcb '. 1St9. and in the State of Georgia : // is That the parcels 2'I I'/f'.T. atj In Il HE V.I.i $.". SCROrl'PlLKt
Odne Leon, Slate of Florida, to wit i i N W 4, Sec 21
Dear Sir-I hive long wut.ed to see that I said Ephraim Obcdiah and I C03TirK.YZSS. all CVT.t.YKOl'S ':KltVrTIC.VS tUtPLE.S -
I you, : appear[ W i W 4. Sec U ; W i S W Sec 22 ; all in CARAWAY SIHTH,] [W. S. BLOCTHKS. ami all atfcrti.ii. rtme to,,,,
Collector's Sale might give >ou an accurate account of the reioaika plead, answer,o demur to the said bill of complain : l I
ble of of violent within months the said bill will be taken 3TN @] "@ DILWORTU'I]
cure my daughter a case or bATTORNEYS
fCl a RArvcIluns efficacy in
all !
viitue of the authority vr ted in me b\ bI is further Ordered, That a copy of this orJer l rxMsesses irmp'imu ariinf fr.xa
BY scrofula. She is now almost three \tU tl! age. In .pr'o eonfrsio" against t t the said defendant : Pro i.dtd. AT ,.,.t;*,frun .".ltr, tf tie Simuuk. from unequal ,rtaiation. -
for alr be. week the of
and will be a for two monthsin
levied upon, expose published once Sp.Ct ; dctenninatiunof blow ,
February putrid so es upon the lips face, and That the publication of this order be made insome C'"the rirad.i ilallon of the heart
house door iu MulUon.on the first I 'lit printed in the city of Talhhas. cold fret and hands,cold chilli and .
fore the Court some newspaper MONTICELLO FLORIDA.July 1 hot flaihes our the bo If
glands, their and increased with public ii this State ,
unce a
appearance newspaper printed
I bas not it* equal in Cell and c. and
JUNE next the following describedlandi seeh" .lc : ; pr..moirt easy sipeclontion -
MOD.Y iu nwh thereuf, will satisfy the Txej'je < I iriyhtful rapidity; one of her eves also became to \ek for the period of three montln.. aforesaid.THOMAS BALTZELL, 7, 1549. 27. I and e.,'tl. prrj.Mntum; rtlaxins; stricture of the
or so as Judge. l hiDthrOB& and uthr
badly: ulcerated, that to all it could never GEORGE: S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c. every J"It.
thereon for the year IS49, to wit : :appearance 1st February, 1550. But 'io nothing is iu excellence ..ore Dinn''e>Uy scee and te
be restored. This continued six November 19th
for lit W.
The S Uland N Elof Sec tt), E \ !N \\ | of Sc again weeks A true copv-Attest, A. E. MAXWELL, kaowcded! than In alt! kinds and stn(.i ".f
t the child being a most horrible vi ht, and t the hearts JOHN MILTON FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
60, W | SElS.c3TlR7, N and E., belonging i of her parent almost broken. During: the whole of Solicitor (for Complainant.State OSCAR A. MYERS Clerk. ATTOHNSY AT It .ork nJ.ri m C\..of t'tr.11bit or Dii,". ralJ ltrlJ

t Edward Bryan. this period we used SARSAPARILLA 1 IN LARGE l.'ebt ua' 2, 1S50. 2in fJ1", (ifT"". Otttruttui Supfrmei.or ri fid .Ur.jt'tjr /.. /rrsgluar
Also,lots NJ 4 d Sin fractional\ Sec 25. N i i. Sec WILL; I attend all the Courts of Cir of the menstrual periods and tbe Ilk.; and ia a* i ila el'eclllJ\l
: QUANTITIES but thl ducase vas, i not rested in of Florida, ) I, Samuel C. Bellamy ClerkJackson Office S. o'. Burnt Store. curing all the(inns uf Itittajt .
39, W i. S E 4, and E I, S W 4, Sc 23, T 10, R 11. I To Building Contractors. over } :1 *
the least. Whih) the disease was still at its height, { By rem.nth< oUtrurduns. and the
Join Miller. County, ) of the Circuit Court in and 'fcr Tallahassee 27, 1S49. 42 reuiatiag gra.rar sysiefn. -
I and E., belonging to JOHN' H. PATTERSON, I happened une day to call M the store of your very said County, do hereby certify that the above is a PROPOSALS to build a Court House in the town cores. It all rivet frna tune of and stcneth to be whole body and &bill'

Tax Collector for Madison County. gentlemanly aent in this place, and relating the true and con ent trarscript of the original order pas*. Florida, will be received until the S. S. KNIGHT, l\'en'01IS diseases and debility,
manner in which our child was afflicted, he advisedme ed in Martha Eliza day of'.iprilnext, at which time uch offers sad thus ,
46 Girt case Whittington( v' Cpraim Obe. prevents or relieves' a Cre November 24,1819. to make a trial of your Canchalagua. I took but diah Whittington, suing for divorce. frs hive been made, will be submitted to the( Wholesale: & Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer, as Sfinml irritMtltn. '"r/fi. Si. Yit-u k>*ntt, Sxamnf

one bottle, having no confidence in it,but commen. my hand and privates!. .here being Board of County COami'iinlfr for their decision T..t"t.c Ii,. c.. oJlJ.u. & .
Hamilton County Tax Sale. undfr TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.T7"EEPS It clenose the Wood excite tbe Ever Vt bea>tt>y ar lllt tna
ced giving it according to your direction, slopping no seal of office, this 21st day of DerTOoer, A. D., thereon. The proposed building is to be of brick ; Ii... stomach,and gives -oud digestion.% reHeves the .... ul
virtue of the power vested in me by law I all other medicines at once, and in just five days the 1549. two stories! high, and fifty-thiee by forl .thlee feet constantly on hand,andoflers for sale at a torpor and ccnsupniion, nU! >s inlUnioiatinn. pgifiu IB* skis,

BY shall expose for sale, before the Court He"** I swelling visibly decreased, the ulcer began to heal, SAMUEL C. BELLAMY. Clerk [HEAL.] dimensions.. Thediatt of the building, with the -LV_ small advance on cost, for cash, all the standard equalises the .irrulatiun .f the Wood prwlucioj ptaCe waroiiliequally V

door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, )FloriJa and she improved rapidly for three weeks, and to our By NATHAN S. WATSON D. C. .pecfcations. may he seen by application to James articles in his line. Flours of approved qualities laxe all all strictures over Ihe and body tightness and the remote ln.cns.ble.,all obwrueAins pcrspiwuea, ai.4 re i

on the first Monday in June next, (1S ?",) bell very great jy was apparently cured-less than two January IS 50. 51 2m I Charles H. DuPnnt two of I he coin. -Sugars, Cotlees, Teas Bacon Hams, Pork lnyi ...4te. the entire nervous system. I. nut Ibis Ib.. ,.

the 3d day of that month, the following demibcd bottles tiaving been used. Naming this case to some : mittee raiding in the town of Quincy. All communications Soap, Candles, Lard antI alt similar articles-together The medicine you prc-erainently need !

property, or I much thereof I will be sufficient 'n'' of our incredulous frend",they)' seemed to think that Middle Circuit of Florida. on the subject must he addressed to the with Fruits (Irish Potatoes Onions, Nuts Bat can any of thee things be s..i.l of S.f'.To w.,."'.Inferior

pay the State and County Taxes. due thereon foi the the cure must h ve effected by the u.e of the GADSDEN COUNTY CIRCUIT COUR undersigned at.Quincy Florida." Raisins Figs, Almonds,and all other articlejujually art.tint: This yin ..'" lioniil i' *"t i<> be
year 1849, to wit : : it was not easy, under the JAMES M. GILCHRIST.) found in similar eslablishm nb. WITH THE OLD DR'S,
Sand SAR5.P.-nLL\ In Chancery.Isabella Store nex' d-jor above G. II. Meginniss'.ca Jlon- be'au'.nfun. tKANDF.CTthat the or., u IMMMCLB
TheNW1oftbSW4ofSeClTIRl3, argue against that opinion : HUT CHARLES- ( H. DUl'ONT, V Committee. of 1)J'f1 It 10 r.\TI OX. and

E., purporting to belong to William J. Mil,. NOW FOR THE PROOF. When the child appear. Ward, J Jrs. )> DANIEL M. HINSUN, > roe street. J NEVER SPOILS,

WILEY LEE ed to be perfectly cured, we slopped giving her your \ Bill for Divorce February.l'3. 1550.' t 7t April 2S, '81 19. 17 ly I, while the other DOKS ; jo.rrir-.ftmtntimf. and Ni., t4

Tax Asieisorand Collector Hamilton Co. :I extract, supposing all was safe; but in twenl '. Edward F. Ward. 3 -_ -- i, Ittllti. Containing, i: into tmgnwnu; th, sour, ae* liquid eli"i i.dinr. i.
and d other goods! MIDI this homble
November 24, 1H9.G fim days the same eruptions, running at the le. and JT having; been made to appear to the :tion of Notice. GEO. H. BESTWICK, lie poisonous imaging la the i>.uo 1-"noi'Ad! put eti lets compound aryttm

Iwflnl began to return. We waited five. days to the Judge of this Court, by affidavit duly fled months atter dale I will apply to the Hon Wholesale &; Retail Grocery & Prorision Dealer tlrtady diluted teitk mtidf What wines >>;*j.ia baf
SIX acid 1 lJu\O not all know that w h.a TIMM in slniaacbs. -
asters oar
MRS. DEMILLY would amount to thing increased i.apersiothisca'asethatthesaid
I any ( I among F.wa'd of Probate fur I he County\of JefTer ".(for what mi'chiers it produce t tfatnence. hea/tbnrn. !
II I rapidly)' at before. We again commeler Ward, (he defendant in the above Bill,residt letters ut dismission administrator of Anderson TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. tattoo of the heart, liver complaint; diarrhtea. dy..nt.rT.ppt-cut.

giving i her lour medicine, and in five days, ( same this District, and beyond the limits of the State Sneed, late of said County 3 deceased. KEEPS constantly on hand, and for sale at the I and ct>rra-tH>n of the blood? What is ScnxuU/ but aa aclj

period of time as before,) she began to grow better, of Flotida and in the Slate of Alabama : WILLIAM SNEED. cash price for cashall the article in I humor in the budy? \Vaoi produces all the hnmors which.)
brine on Kinptions of the Id Head. Salt Kheuio Cry.ipelai.
and in about two weeks wai well again. From that It is hereby Ordered, That the said defendant be Jefferson-County, October 20, 1S49. 41 Cm this line business. Flours of best qualities,Sugar I White Swelling Skin Saver oca Sores, and *ll ulcrntions LtV

day to this, the child has been perfectly well.Mr l. required to appear and answer thi. Bill of Complaint Coflce, Teas, Iacon Hams Slap,Candles,Nuts,Raisins leraal' and external It is nothing und.r h.tven. but aa acidsabstacce.

T> ESPECTFULLY TENDERS her thinks to her : father, IsaacJIodges, of North ."daml, Mats., \\itliinthreciiionthsfrointhisdate, and in default Lard, Whiskey, and all other articles usually j: more. which or In"b sour. and..' canses thus spoils Kheuinatitm all the but ft"iob'or a. s.'tir tnekody. at :

AV friends and the public generally for the a PhYSICIAN cWieto.ee us with the intention o thereof, the said Bill shall be taken pro confesso Co-Partnership. found in similar establishments. persona wanting acid flunl. which insinuates itself l between the joint and.1..

she has received formerly, and for lbfra prescribing for her. but as we were Using your medicine again t the said defendant, and the cause shall beset '"f HE subscribers havinj associated themselves to- ; to purchase any of the above article, are respectfully where, imtatin; and inrtanun; toe delicate ti .u.s upon whiCh

tinuance patronage of the same, she caj confide illy t that lor \\itluuccen, and the child improvinl rapidly, for hearing at the nest Turn of the Circuit 1 rther in the APOTHECARY LINK OF BUSINESS invited to call and price them before buy- ; deranged It acts? IH of nervous dueaaes. of impurity of the Itl,." >4 V
say circulationsnd which aflic
alt the ailment
the coming season unusually.strict a'tention; i will be he did not condemn it, but left prescription Court, in said County of Uadsden.on the third Monday : under the firm of NASH & TAYLOR resprct ins cUewhere. !t hamaa nature. nearly

given ta her business. Her table shall not
passed of this place. Hunters mil! 14 con occasion for it, and I :am sure he wi \recommend this Order be made in some public ntT'pape published They have ordered, and are expecting inla] ii C",corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets. t tons* this V
linually employed any during the winter .or the wild your medicine in similar in this State once a week for the period of few days, a general assortment of :IEDICINL fcc. Ma* 12, ISE'. 19 50U1\1i\G. FERMENTING, .ACID"COMPOUND

Your obedient servant, three months. 1 1S50.' of the best quality. They intend but OF S. P. TOWNSEND,
c.t the February
feathered fowl 1
game ,f the forest and f'rthe ron To the Florida Volunteers. I and yet b- nnoid; fain hate it nmimiimd that Old I*. Ji<*
lake HORACE J. HODGES. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A such as are good. Townwnd's (Je..tt On.nti S rJJ. it aa IMirATJO.
true Attest. Their store is opposite the Court House, on Mon of his inferior prrpttrariou''.
Her istes .1 charges lot Doata ana ocmd and lo3g. copy undersigned will attend to the collection of
uti It. WIN8LOW BANKER WALL ST. N. Y. R. C. LESTER Clerk. roe street, adjoining the POt Office. THE against the State the United States Heaven forbid, that we riouM Jeat I I. .. article which w. U
ing per day, week, month or year, hall he fac. I'ROM R. : or bear the mn.it di't-tnl reierub.ance C.,*. P.TowBsvnd'* vlitUtndwhicK
lory to her patrons.A New York, Sept. M, 1SJS. February 0, 1550._5_3m MILES NASH, (for services rendered by or supplier fur.nished.lhe( should bring wa upua Ihe OU, Pr.such a.,aataia
J UN I US L. TAYLOR. called into service of the State load compiunit and criminatiuns from Agents wbobav.soM.
is attached. Florida Volunteers
stable, with a tol yeLler, To Frederick .. Gay, Esq. : State of Florida. December oCabinet11aking .--J irch..eri who have used .F.TownaendsFLRMTthG'
September 38 Gm My Dear Sir-I comply\ with jour request I during the recent Indian outbreak. COlrOV,.

in cheerfully;, \ith others, the benefit : GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. Being thoroughly] conversant with all the forms We wish it understood because it is the cJWai 'il.Om
General Orders. Dorothy Scott and business necessary for the collection of the same, H. r. Townsend's article- and Old Dr.Jacob Towasend's s.>
which I have derived from the use of your Extract ) apanlla ant ktaet.-. ,,. t4
Canchalagui"or California Plant. ItscDects S Bill for Divorce. having taken the he flatters himself he will be enabled to give full they are unlike MIII' iJlntelt duitmHtr; thai \
1 '
EXECUTIVE } up.on TIE : their claims with every p-m.cular. having 001005 sinrle tiiof
Tallahattte) February 1, IS.>0. }J JAN my system are evident and gratifying and have Reuben Scott. ) _" -_ and Ware-Room recently satisfaction to those entrusting la common. j

election is hereby ordered to be bed in the induced me to recommend its use to my Iriends; andI IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by V _V occupied by Mr. Gerard Vinserhoet8; him. cheniiit.A. 8.no p.larl""ceutlst-kn"WI Townsend is no doc Mr. and never wa.. U si .

Division of the Florida Militia, on the I am pleased to assure you that in no instance have affidavit in this cause filed, that Reuben Scott,the is prepared to Manufacture kinds Cabinet Furniture Reference-All know bim.GEORGE ease than any other common unscientific no omre.Ulli".f"ni..nal of medicine e*ant.wnat dls--. :

in next, at the appointed I been disappointed in its ctlicacy. I do not hesitatein defendant in this cause, resides beyond the jurisdiction and has now on hand good assortmentvhiel W. HUTCHINS. gwa itt can the public have that they ve receiving a
first April
Monday of Officers"bct: lor a Major my confidence in its remarkable medicinal of this Court and out ol I the State of Florida : will be sold low for cash. GEO. DAMON. I February 23, J 1850. 7 genuine scientific medicine, containing all the virtues of Ue
J by law General for the to command said County Division fill the vacancy ties,and to state that 1 believe it wit be found qual. It is Ordered, That the said Reuben Sot do appear Furniture repaired at the shortest notice, and I on i articles which might a-.rd I m render preparing thCIU IL and lbs .which\G& Ti are or i incapable Hiseise'inteiJ.chuaces et

the General Jesse an excellent remedy in most diseases of the plead answer, or demur to said Complain! reasonable terms. January 19, 185U. 2 6m :I Fletcher Institute. h..llh.
occasioned by resignation within three months. said Bill taken But wh"i else should be ntlCclpd from whokn.iw.notk-
liver aid kidneys in pulmonary affections, and also or will be pro Madam Rumor says that students nne
Carter. in the purification of (the &c. That eonfeiso against said defendant, and that the cause Quincy Male and Female Academyre.opeiied WHEREAS IDS comp4ntively of inert iciue or diseo. It requires a perso
Officers commanding Brigades, Regiments, Hit til- bloo your T come to this Institution cannot of some c.irienc to cook and..ne up even n common decenlnieAl.
ions, and Companies, within the limits of said Divj. merit in the introduction invaluable plant be set for hearing during the next Term of the January 7th. The eecond sessiui find boarding houses : To all whom it may concern .How much mure important it it that thepenuus who waa
the sincere wish of GadsdenCouitjn Hay : .1nd it it Or. Mill commence June 6th. Students enter at facture medicine designed for
be may
lion, hereby required to carry into effect this order may appreciated, i let futht I send greeting that I have in my house on
within. their respective commands, and make returns Yours iiicerfly, R. H. WINSLOW. deied. That HiU Order be published in some public anytime during the year,and,after the second weekof the hill at the Institution ample rooms, well furnished ihonid WEAK STOMACHS AJJD EXTXXBLXD STSTZUS
printed in this State week for three the session they will be only from the nov well the medical properties i.f plants the best
of California once
according to fjj: Pamphlet containing a description newspaper charged tffilh fire places, for the accommodation of nianner of tseunne sal euncentrating their healing virwei.
ii also ordered tIt \ those who acted together with interesting infotmation in relation 'mouths. February 3, 1850.TIOIAS time 01 entering. Board may be had at price varying thirty students,and will promise to give them plentyof *'w>aa extens.ve; Lnowludje of the various diseases which alfcel ,

elections held persons in October ultimo I, to the CANCHALAUUA.ilsiemarkableefiicacvand BALTZELL, Judge. from $* to 10 per month For further particulars good wholesome diet, three times a day. furnish the hnmaa yUni..and h.,w to ad. pt remedies to these disease! :
Ilp.ctor of the I. which be obtainedby II is to arrest frauds upon t.. unfortaoate. to ..11I balm Ut -
GIVEN AWAY at the AGENCIES.: tor. see printed catalogue, may
for County and Mitar10fcer- act I Inipcc cures. are A true Attest Sold lights, and do their washing, all 'for ten dollars per wounded h''tII&ailr. to kindle; l.ve in tu despairing arMII.re.tulu !iS
torsot the elect Sold by LEWIS k AllE copy- application to N. H. STEWART, month, one half paid in advance, t' e other at the health and blnom. and. i.g't :Intii the crushed sad brw
R. C. LESTER, Clerk. Jan. 26, 1S50. 3 Principal. ken and Ii)banish Inflrmity that OLD IJR.Jl.'UB TOWNSE5O
: be the of the holding Agents Tallahassee, end ol the
.VI.-I.hat duty persons 9 J, 1650. 3m year. has SOUGHT and FUUA U the opportunity and means tp brinff
lecionl the various Company Districts, to October G, 154!. 29 Cm February : P. P. SMITH. biB
tl Notice.
( te days notice thereof, at three of the most - -- Leon Flefcherville, Ga., Feb. 21, 1550. 7 3m Grand Universal Coupepfratf. 4
In Circuit
public place in said District. P. P. LEWIS Cour. SIX months after date I shall present my acconn' lleiuedywlthia
THOMAS BROWN, IN CHANCERY.Caleb vouchers to the Honorable Court the reach and to the kiottIt5 of alt who need ltthal
: O bates for the of Leon, and ask for final settlement l. Raisins, Figs, Cheese, 5cc. they .iiy learn ka.l know by jovtul experience, lie
Qottrnar Coniniandcr.in.Chief.Fa.ruary2l&0. H. Blood, County a '
a,1 CUT m: YBfV Complainant, : Iraiisceudent Power to Heal.
BOXES Cheese
English Dairy
4 le and discharge e as Executor ol I the last \ 20 ,
from vDaiid i
to change
-- HAVING Ga. to Tallahassee hi.loalion. P. Hogue. Adm'r.:!of C. C. Hall, &c.. and and testament of William Turner, deceased. 10 Drums fresh Figs, Said wholesale} and retail by 'i
Fl.vould 20 Boxes do. Raisins
Pain Killer. tender his professional Charles Mapes at, Defendants.IT MATHEW TURNER. THOMPSON. SKILLMAN & CO.,
.frnces e Box Citron
A FRESH supply of Perry Davis4 Pain ,Killer,just citzens respectfully,this and the surrounding country. He appearing by affidavit made in this cause that February 2, 150. 4 Cm 10 Boxes Champalgne, ,Cider, 102 Nassau street, New York,

A. received and lor sale by wi visit Monticcllo, Madison, and Thomasville, the said defendant, Charles Mapes, resides out ol Notice Heid'nck Champagne Wine. And by LEWIS & A.MLS,

T. WHITE k CO.. Agents. ., where he wi be prepared to practice his pro. t the Stale of FI\rida. but in the United States : It is With a variety of articles of the kind, received

Nor** bet 17, IS49. tession in all nriol1 bnnchfl. hoping twin many Ordered, That the said Chailes Mapes do appear and THE subscriber having fitted up the TANERY per Emetine and for sale byMeNAUGIII' Agents, Tallahassee. '

years experience in the science to be able to give en. plead or answer the bill of complaint filed in this this place known as Baker's Tanyard, has & ORMOND. April 2!. 18-19. 16-ly

Bagging, tire vatistaction. All operations will be warranted. cause within four months from the date of the first now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER Newport February 23, I.50. 7 ,Blacksmithing.GOOD .
Ladies waited on at their residence.Reference publication of this older, or the said bill will be taken for sale ; and will have fineBOOTS, and SHOES

ROPE, AND SALT, for sale by ORMOND. *:-Drs. D. A. Brandon, A. W. Preiton, for confessed against him: Provided, That a made to order. He baton hand a superior articlecf. and Rope.' substantial, and cheap Elackiiulthiog t(
McN.UGUT. S. S. Adams, J. H. Hill, Rev. P. P. Smith, Thomas- copy of this order be published in some doubled.soled NEGRO SHOES He would here re. kinds done at the Shop near my Stable occupied

_:"por. January : 155. : vii Ic. published in Tallahassee, for the !pace newspaper of lour turn his thanks to the of Gadiden and the' 23 PIECES Kentucky Bagging, lat year by Miller & Erokaw.

Notice. Dis. W. J. Ertnton and J. II. Pope,Madison Court months. adjoining Counties for their past patronage, and nay' 30 coils Rope, January 20, lSt9. 3 A. A. FISHER.

ilome. THOMAS BALTZELL, J ge. to them (that he will continue .to manufacture LCii.'her 1 bale U Twine- -

SIX'months after date the undersigned will apply 03* Office at Mrs.: J. L. Demillj's. Dated November S, 1849. Boots, and Shoes, at his,old stand in Gadsden 2 bales ell""y'Clolh. S. S. Knight I

the Hon. Jud;. of Probate for. Leon County October 13, 1849. 40 6m A true copy from the original. County, near Qnincy. He will be glad at all limes Just received per Schooner Pettcs, and for sale) by continue business at his old stand where j

for letters of di.li.ioQ from the Estate -Arthur OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark, McNAUGHT & ORMOND.- WILL hopes to wait on such of his friends a* I.19*

Burner.jen. deceased Tin November 2", 1849. 46 4m Hides, crippled ne ro boys, or his own paper. Newport, February 23, 1550. ,. 7 heretofore extended so liberal a patronage j jcn>i*
Manufactor. V
JOHN S. HART Ex'r. Good Boot and Shoe makers of habit
} steady
ing that air shall have good articles at fair prices.
we are Sugar.
September L 1849. 33 enlged have "Fancy
HA can employment.
-m Attachment. 17
all orders (in our line in a April 23.1S49.
w. H. MCMILLAN. BARRELS extra fine Vacum Pan received
"r I and satisfactory manner. Al) order. from Court for District oj Leon" 5 Sugar. -'- _
Notice. prompt In I Tallahassee 2,1650. "
Jlftt' 2 ciiyo ,Febniary 4 ly per Pet( and for sale byMcNAUGHT
the country will receive immed'ate attention. A '. Fore Sulphate of Quinine -
Francis II. Flagg.Agent and Tru. t & OR tOND.Newporl'February .
moathi date,I shall apply to the Honor.
SIX Jcdge ana in (or the County of iberaidiscount given tomercha T its WHITEfc and dealers.CO. tee for his wile, Mary E. Flagg, Amount ef debt .TNA INSURANCE COMA 23, 16 0. 7* T LIE subscribers have.on hand two hundred ac4
Jefferson ferny discharge! ol the Administrators tl. S25 0. fifty ounces Sulphate of Quinine*which tbCTV

of William Bellamy,a late of said County, de. June. 1840.V 3- Protection InsuranceCompany DUILDINGS, and Cotton in Ware-house Liverpool Salt. have obtained direct from.(be manufacturersltd
New Jersey. J they will warrant it to be a superior article, .
cetird. SMITH SIMKINS.Jefferson 6cc.RAISINS L) insured bv tIre.V fine
Fruits ,SACKS in order bleached Sacks just
1 ( ) Mct
'. defendant and all others Interested are here- 100 We have enlarged our stock of Drug acd
10. JS30. J2 .Cm ,
CtJiftlvJanuary .LEWIS & AMES received foi
TiE R H. Gambleand
'ORANGES, notified of the commencement of this suit per Barque cines by recent arrivo|,,ar>d are prepared tftexcro'ft
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2fi I 1550.
Notice. !'DS, LEMONS, by attachmentreturnable to a Justice's Court to beheld January : Agents,_Tallahassee. ale by McN AUGHT' & ORMOND." : orders for articles in our line, at wholesale) retail*

APPLE ONIONS, at Tallahassee, on the 16th day of March, A. Newport February, 1SJO. 7 on the most rcotapodatiri terms. V

months afterdate, I will apply tv the Honor POTATOE"' D. ISSO.and to appeirand lea to (the name. 'Garden Seeds. We have also a few account yet due FOB* for Uf

SIX Judge of Probate for the County of WashIngtoftforUtt'friof barth ind kir .. Given under my hand and( this the ht day of LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS Gentlemen's Clothing. year 18-17. The generally i ii pmaUamCurlt t

dismission from the adminiitratl PICKLED } rONQCES. ': December 1S49. A just received from the celebrated garden of G SMALL and well .selected stock k o1qhothlnr( but if the whole could be paid shortly il would ffl

s! tberstiti of )l&thewTuekrdecsasrd. Just r&eivetaidTui, nle. ;! EDW\RD'M. WF[st..J.3Ui3tice : ] R. R.Garretson Long bland- Forsalt' by .' .A" just received per Em 1in .and for sale by fir towards liqui 'ating ccztainstiws which we oat .

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