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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 13, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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TALLAHASSEE EA., SATURDAY] APRIL 13, 1850. VOLUME H-NO. 14 : :.
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DEATH OF JOHN C. CALHOUN. cising a decided influence in all -.. : V 1 .,
its delibera COl'enaliol on the exciting topics of lha day, f BEAUTIFUL 1 t'
AI early Wednesday last, slips reached tions. Irur that day to the day of his death in which ihe same kind feelings which had so PC.BY From the Rateizh Standard. in Gen. Taylor's place. Northern man as ha .W ) I
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dn'j I place from the office of the 31 aeon Jour- amidst all the strife of party and politics, there Mroncly impressed me in youth, were sti I Ah well I mind me of HOC.a child Hear it, Southern Men I i is, aid) pledged' lo arrest these aggressions by t' ,ji. ', _
'&; Messenger, bearing the melancholy ti. has subsisted between us always, and without manifested towards me by the \'clerl I :'gleesoir.e, happy maid Wo have frequently seen an intimation his veto, some fair and equitable plan' for set.' t;\ '
-, ill ofl\lr. Calhoun's death. lie died on interruption, a great degree of personal Kindness. nun. But he is gone from amongst us. His Who% came with cmu.lantllep, to church thrown out of late in Northern. journals' tr> (ho lung (he whole question would have been pro, ;: ,'I
i; the 31st u ., and the immediate' cause of his Differing widely on many great questions voice will never again I be hcaid in ibis cham.IJcr. And In knelt conu-lygnb her; arrayed, effect that (he South would be compelled to posi-d long since, and would! at this moment "
i denriiCi i is .aid to have 1 been a. disease of thebe&It i connected with the institutions and good His active and vigorous mind participate And penitently down lull solemnly submit to Northern aggressions no matter: !hare been the 'lnw thejand. We should ., ,i _
Thus one of the great triad of statesmen of the country, those differences never interrupted no more i'i our counsels. wi spirit 4' prayed. how aggravated or inexcusable and thai have had repose and harmony, instead ofdi '
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!t whose contemporaneous career will ever our personal nnd social intercourse. I ; has left a world of trouble, care, and li anxiety! That ofj utile.wnn maiden church near was done, I marked Gen. Taylor would, i necessary, preserve the I cord and strife ; ami in (place of the Free. l'.. .
I form so marked and brilliant an epoch hi our have been present at most of the distinguished to join the spirits of those patriots and states This pleasenl spot with book in bUd: Union alt/l pomP of the sirctrd. These intimations soiler Fimorf at the bead of (he Senate, to. t''
I national history, is gone ; and it is a further instances of the exhibition of his talents in de II men who have preceded him, to a brighter As you are, sitting here- are becoming: stronger every day. gh'l casting vote against us, wo should .. -
I melancholy, reflection, that in the order of nature bate. I have always heard him with pleasure, and better woild. If as many he1cn the She And read lie Story of the Cro?, and are as'mning a tangible! and authentic have had a southern man in the person of "
and from all-present indications, the other often with much instruction, not unfrequcntly, I I spirits of the departed hover places weFt with grilfsincere. shape. A Washington Correspondent of the Butler Kentucky.. The Union maysunirO I t ', p
so shortly follow their illustrious with the highest degree admiration. have 4. Years rot: away-and I beheld Baltimore Sun l his struggle' : more we cannot
muilt left
I; tWO they I earnestly pray (that, his may The writing under date of February say. Happen .
Who will fill the ) of ihcse Mr. Calhoun calculated be ) child to woman grown; : wo shall stand North 0'' '
tocnpccr. place in. was to a leader soon be permitted lo look back on our coun. Her cheek was fairer, and her 15, saj s : wht may by Carolina ;,
ttl1tctual ans-these giants of the Republic? in whatever association political friends he t try-which lie has left in excitement, confu. With brighter Iu>tre shone ; e">c "The disagreeable fe-lings! entertained by and< by those who would avert submision on ,
We trust we may be permitted to mingle our \ was thrown. He was a man of undoubted sion, and apprehcnsionrestored lo calmness, But cidlHOd'l Irul hand innocence southern gentlemen have lately been aug. her part to ,disgrace and dishonor. The Union "
hearty regrets with those of the strongest political genius, and of commanding talent. All the serenity, and fraternal feelings as broad as the : maiden's own merged by ihreus. which, it is said, were littered possible[ ; but the south at all hazards, .
and personal t friends of the great Soutiern .. country admit that his mind was perceptive bonds) of our Union. and as fixed as the eternal c I never rang a merrier peal by the President himself thit in Cseof under all circum&tauces, and to (be last ex. .,
\ Statesman, over this sad loss to them vigorous : it was a clear, quick, and strong.Sir .- principles! of Justice in which our Government Than when jojous bride, an attempt at ( ,' / ,tulellW: trl ty. :
and to the country. (the eloquence of r. Calhoun, or the manner has its foundation.Mr. She A stunt'leriealh oxjth the sacred porch, military and nary of the United Slates to putdown tP --- r,,
j The melancholy event '. of his, exhibition of his sentiments in { beside the the Union "By Force:' .
was officially cornnunicalcdto pub And I'li hleJ him her maiden troth, agitators. The report is traced to We .
the Senate on the 1st instant by lic bodies, was part of his intellectual charac.ter. CLKMKNS: : I do not expect to add anything In maiden love and pride. the highest possible sources, and through ihe hate met with the following! foolish para ., "
Mr. Duller, in an interesting biographical It grew out of the qualities of his mind. lo what has been said, of the illustrious I I never tolled' highest public and official character here in have, rtph in nearly every Northern paper we ;. ..'
gkelch of lie deceased, the events of whose It was plain, strong, terse, condensed, concise, man whose loss we all so deeply deplore, but Than when; in:after deeper klel, Washington. I cannot for a single moment, been opened I tur the last ten days.-It has also .

)life, however, are so familiar to our readers, sometimes unsurpassed, still always rejecting silence, on an occasion like this, would by no They !laid her in the churchyard here, permit myself doubt its nUlhpnticty.u minion copied approvingly b)the Southern sub- ..,.
that w'e hare preferred to copy the graceful ornament, not often seeking far for illustrations, means med the expectations of those whose The Where this,low mound appear.- We have no doubt of(II Ie trlh I above. *lural..' *. .
And feeling tribute to his memory and worth his power consisted in the fclicitousnoss of his representative I am. To borrow : tigurt'from ( Are very grave. my boy, that( you The fact i is, the Republic, the personal organ The President is very frm,and tb e : '
bj Sfcssrs. Clay aud Webster ; expression, in the closeness of his logic, and the Senator from Kentucky-the brightest watering now with (lear !) General TaJlo has already characterized j' SJthen1l( mL rs are in full possession of his. '
CLAY Mr.r President I in the star on the brilliant of the Union // w thy mother! gentle boy committee of ihcrn in '
Mr. prompted by earnestness and energy of his manner. galaxy That claitts any united cfFoit of ihe Souther people topreserve I inquired an
the tale of mine- interview
my own feelings profound! respect, I rise to These are the qualities, as I think, that had has gone out, and Alabama claims a place Thou art a flower w hose fatal birth I heir rights in the last resort, as "re. .I with him if he had expressed himself 'i '
iccond the resolutions which have just been enabled him, through such a long course of among Ihe chief mourners over the event. !Destroyed the parent vine hellion and revolution ;" and the inference : ready to maintain the Uuion at any cost. ,: ,
read, nnd to add to what has been so well and )'ear to speak often, and yet always command Often differing with the great Southern Stales A precious (flower thou all my child- clearly is that the President trill, if occasion lie replied that he had-that he should blockade '.
I 10 justly said by the surviving colleague of the a'tention. His demeanor as a Senator is knownto man upon questions of public policy, she has I Two LIVES: WERE GIVEN FOR THINE! should in his opinion arise, throw (Ihe every Southern port in case of an armed _
J lllustrioa deceased, a few words. My per- us all, is appreciated, venerated by us. No yet always accorded due homage to his cn'l I One was thy sainted mother's. when sword in the scale against the South. that resistance' to the collection, fthe cu tom't ',
r tonal acquaintance with bins commenced up. I mal _was more respectful to others. Xo ius, and still more to that )blarmslcss purity of She gave thee, mortal, birth In the late campaign l for the Presidency he should not interpose the regular! Army* '
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of conducted life which entitles him lhc one thy .VUIJ'S, when in death should call f>r volunteers from tie Northern .
urirds man with t and noblest
thirl.f-elght years ago. We entered greater decorum, and nolan highest He shook the solid earth Gen. Taylor deceived the people with reference and
it the same time and together the House of with greater dignity. I think there is epitaph which can be inscribed, upon a mor.I Go boy and live a may bdi; to his views on slavery, and was in consequence (their bend Western State, palling himself at
Representatives, at the other end of this build not one of us that felt when he last addressedus I tal's tomb. For more than forty( years an ac. Thy hle's exceeding: !I" successful. He caused the North needed : and should! pour out his Ltoo.if 1

ing. The Ccngrcss of which we thus became from his seat in the Senateithafonn (live paiticipant in all the fierce struggles of The boy 3woke.3'from a dream lo believe he would! approve Ihe Proviso, and I fident that, indcfeucc'of'hUnion.' He iJcon .
members was that among whose deliberations still erect, with a voice by no means showing party, encompassed throughout that: long pe. And;thoughtful, looked around, the South to believe he would voto it ; and I would( the people of the Southern States! i
mid acts was the declaration of war against such a degree physical weakness as did in riod by (he corrupting influences to which the 13ut) Tiothingsav1save at his feet, since his election to keep up this cheat and I I themselves pit: down any attempt to. *. i

the most powerful nation, as it respects o us, in fact possess him, with clear tones, and impressive political is so often subjected, his personal And His by mother's its side! :!tbat'ancientMl ovlv mound,: avoid the proviso, he has stimulated a parcel I that break(the forcibly Southern out of Members the Union.; When told .
the world. During the parliamentary discus- and most imposing manner- there is lone not only remained untouched, but Halt hidden in the ground adventurers lo form a State Government! ,I tain would in a cer. t
ions, which arose in preparation for that great of us, I think, who did not imagine that we unsuspected. He walked through the flames, --- ---- --- -._- for Calfori excluding slavery, and he now ( contingency secede and go home, be qua.:. !
fvent, as well as those which took place when saw 'before us a Senator of Home revived. and even the hem of his garment was un. From the Choi lesion COM il': earnestly recommends"! the admission of 1 etly remarked: that there would! be enoughmore

the resolution was finally adopted, no member Sir, I have not, in public or private life, known scathed. It is no part of my:purpose to enter Sugar Cane. this State into the Union: on a footing with the Tlie good men ready to come 'lo their places.' _
; displayed a more lively and patriotic) sensibility a person more assiduous in the discharge of i into a relation of I the public sen ices of Jon.\ We have in our office, a s-pendid! specimen I original Stales. He says nothing about the is also calm firmness of the! Northern Members
to the wrongs which 'led to that awful l event his appropriate duties. I have known no man C. CAI.uoux-lhat l"t already been justly of Florida Sugar Cane, to which we wish to adjustment of the slavery ducstion, generally. i having a good effect. Air. Duer'a .
than the deceased whose death we all unite in who wasted less of life in what is called recreation done by his colleague, (Mr. UUTLEK,) but cal a'tcntion' as an evidence of what our Joun I -He "earnestly"I advises: Congress to add I bearing in the coliiiou.: with Mr. Meade! is not i

deploring liver active, ardent, able, no one or employed I less of life in any pursuits even that in my judgment, was unnecessary.Yeais : sister can: produce. A fiiend, well I at once four more votes to the anii-!lavery i, forgotten, while Co!. Bish1's late. speech, and I f
Will in advance of him in advocating the cause not connected with the immediate discharge tifter the celebrated: Thermopylae a I informed on the subject, has fivored us with Strength: in the two Houses, bttt not one word i especially Gen. its manner.i ii generally applauded.! t
of the country, and in denouncing the injustice of his duty. He seemed to have no traveller: in visiting the spot, a monu. I the following facts! : vindication of the insulted and injured and Taylor ant i.'u servile minions North I .
which compelled that country to appeal to recreation but in the pleasure conversation, merit with thc simple inscription : Stranger, The; cane is from the sugar estate of Col. South. He offers no plan, makes no suggestions when South r sadly out of&their reckoning, '
arms.. Of, all the Congresses. with which I with his friends. Out of the Chambers of go tell! in Lacedcmon, that we died in oLe.dince JOHN S. :MARSHALL; formerly of Darlington for the sake of peace and justice ; butcontents force. they laik of) preserving the Union by ,

Have naa an acquaintance" since my entry into .Congress. .be, was-- either- devoting himself! to her laws._ ." '.Vhyis. it. we asked, I District) ; in this State, who removed to East I h himself as his Northern friends in be held I was not qdl' by force, and it can )
the scrriceofthe Federal Government, in none the acquisition of knowledge, pertaining to the hat the names om! those who lelilcre arc not I Florida three \(11 a<;o, and settled the extensive I I Congress ,. general_ declarations about lice together only by the principles of jus.
in j my opinion, have been assembled such a immediate subject of the duty before him, or i inscribed on the stone! ?" Hecausc, was the t plantation origina1y owr.ed by the the '.ac of (the (lion and the importance of I The, frateritr. and a common nflertinn. '__ .
galaxy of eminent and able men as were in else he was indulging in those social interviews proud reply, it is impossible that a Greek .Messrs. AMJKRSOX, caled and preserving it. I is clear, and he knows it, t hat nullification Raleigh Standard very properly remarks; :
L those Congresses which declared the war, and in which he so much delighted. My should ever forget." Thus, even so it is of i immortalized in the nnnal of the Seminole that California/ i to be l forced into the Union and secession are very differ.
I which immediately followed the peace. In honorable friend from Kcntuchas spoken, him of whom I speak. His acts are graven war. Il is a specimen of the per. as she is, if orlhr votes can do it, without cot terms, and would show, if tried,very different / '.
I that fplendid assemblage, the star which has in just terms, of his They on (the hearts of his countrymen and time has fection: to which the cultivation of this beauti. an adjustment whatever ()pending difiictil-! retim.! .A State or Slates: have the right .J
just set stood bright and brilliant. It was my certainly were singular and eminent. Therewas not the power to obliterate (the characters ful plant i is carried in that State. Except in )and without an security in Ihe future lor to secede, and there i: no power in the Federal I I
t happiness, during a a charm in his conversation and he i this broad, l.uid., The Florida Southern ) Government, that creature and agent of(ho
great portion of the time, delighted ihioughout meanest the sugarcane tassels no where northof rights ; yet, when tLp South is States .
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j to concur with him upon all great questions of c especially in colloquial intercourse and mightiest river rolls mingling with 'his Cuba. plunged in peril, as the rey.lt. cf his ineflicicncy State to reduce (!hfllu subjection. A.sovereign .

national policy. During the session at which with young men. I suppose that there has ft'iic forever. Living in an age remaikableabove .Intelligent' travellers agree in pronouncing and political dishoiiesly, and when herstouthearted Even if cannot commit; treason. '
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the war was declared we were messmates, as been no man among us who had more winning all for its intelligence, surrounded. (! l this region one of(he most favorable' climates sons ate casting about them frI h have should take! place we ..
I" were distinguished i members of Congress manners in their intercourse conversation t through life by men, omj whom \ for human and vegetable I some remedy for, existing prospective no fears ofinvasion from the Norlh-:\.
from hu own patriotic Stale. 1 was afforded ..t 4PSfl0 .......... P..: nnl... .. 1.....n. rl-nA f,'tt".any by the intercourse which resulted from that one great source of his influence was his conversational ana stamped.(tlC times in \\ 'V/FI"r (! with w1 ({cr'r k'Tt'iYiW'I !W':' rlm' }rUS lJu "military I Ire l-tM&A. J!.",tlri; *, 1blut! "Jbp.. ( .
talent. I believe it is i immortality, Mr. CALHOUX yet an intellectual to draw a ,its attractions \ know no party or this question. We ran.0. !"
fact as well as from subsequent intimacy and to that, as atained t:1 Stppolt people under the Sun, but :it is a
well consciousness ofhis t eminence not only unsurpassed, but are said to be great. and have denounced the Van Durcns and IJentons,
to Industry
intercourse which arose between us, an as a high integrity perseverance lo count ibe costs and chances of war.- f fJ .
opportunity and the in all its parts by nn of his the chief investments in order to as we hue: Whig, who have proved iheisi- .
his What
to form an estimate not merely of his highest reverence for talents unequalled! ) great are reapa could they g-iin by invading us 1 Sup. .
and that has made him endeared That gical light is now extinguUbed rich remuneration. The Hon. Mr.( FOR. selves on this question false to the South and I
public but bis private life ; and no man with ability, ro an compeers. [ pose they were to raise an army of one hunr.'reil ,
t': whom I have ever been acquainted exceeded object to the people of the State to which he j a seat in this Senate has been made WARD, (he (former Secretary of the United i enemies to the Union ; and we have commended I thousand Utf. bow many of them would; .
him in habits of temperance, in all the :bnplic.1t belongs. Mr. President, his was the elevated vacant, which cannot he filled ; the sad lid- ; States Tieasury, writing of this State, says : Gnnhorn: Vhis, as well as Democrat er pass across Virginia. Every plain in> j'
of social intercourse and in the tenderness character resulting from un ;poled integrity ings have been borne on the lightning wings I believe it to be the must profitable countryfor *, who have: determined to stand] by the t hat g-illr.nt: State would give :them graves, ercry .
and affection and rcpect which he exten and unimpeached honor. If he bad a'pira- to ihe remote cornets of the Kepublic: and I ) a poor man in the United States." South in this her darkness and of trial. Whate. defile! v.-ould receive (their dead in heaps ; ..
ded towards that lady who now mourns lions they were high, and honorable, and noble. millions of f.eemel are now mourning with h Col. M.nsii.ttT. will realize, this year, ver Zachary Tayloi's motives may have been I I und from everyheightevcry corner, and eve-
more
than any other the event which has happened. There was nothing grovelling, or low, (us over one \11 was scarcely lower than the 130 hogsheads or 1.} hogsheads to the acre.In or may be now, his acts prove him thus far not I'I I auibtiih would! they be picked! oil! by Ihe unerring ..
And such, Mr. President was the high estimate or meanly selfish, that came near the head or angels, And now, Mr.I President, I must be hi* immediate neighborhood are, we are merely traitor to the laud: of his birth, but. I rifle.: No power which the North can .
which heart ofMr. Calhoun. Firm in his I. permitted to gratification at whatwe informed RP.eral'aluable tracts which have miserably; weak and inefficient in the great j,I
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I formed of his transcendant talents, that purpose, expess my ; muaicr ileven I led on by Zachary, Taylor with ,
if at the end oi his service in the Executive peifectly patriotic and hones!, a* I am quite have this day II'afl and witnessed. Ken. been oflered for sale by their present proprietors post h. occupies ; and if a day of blood and i' nl*:)!Ilo( aid bin, could subdue millions 'I"'I"CHI.
Department: under the Administration of Mr. sure hp was, in the principles that he espoused t lucky has spoken, awl through I the lips of one t whl reside in other Slates, and which of separation amid sliifb/ and caning! :* should! ;! fffru't! nic'ii I, fighting Oil their own soil in de.
Monroe, he had been translated to the highest and in the measures that be de ?ndcd, aside ,, who is not only her greatest Statesman, but had b*gun to realize their expectations of most dawn upon this land, as the resu't of this !! of their social amid poltcal rights' and Ib1I'oee
office of the Government should have f felt I ftoni that large regard for that species of distinction (the woild's greatest living Orator. The great abundant ciops, when (he unfortunate Semi- question! the faultvill rest on his bead), and | t for the presTration and security eighteen T ,
( perfectly assured that under his auspices, the that conducted him to eminent stationsfor I I Kxpmnder sflhe, Coiielituiion, whose massive note hostilities totally broke( up and destroyed I' on I the heads of his: Cabinet who, have inoiiKi-! hundred millions worth of slave! propenty.'hme 1 .
: honor, and prosperity, and the glory of our the benefit of the public, I do not Icie\'l:1 intellect seems lo comprehend and give clear : every thing. To those who contemplate! set. ed him to their will Rld controlled! him for I Yankees !know this. They may bluster- ,
i country would bare been safety placed. Sir, that he was imbued with a selfish feeling. i j ness to all things beneath the sun, has spoken I lung in that country, these lands oli'-r temp! t their own base mind selfish purposes. He I ainJ threaten, but .that \iill beall.Jfon. :
t be h&s However sir he have differed j the Commonwealth of : and lime be and his indolent mini"ni of the free States i .
gone. No more shall these hall, witness may f'om oth. fo Mli achl C'ts.I I lug inducement, no can more
from of in his From ib ablest and I them. Indian t talk about! the sword and the bayonet for !hw i J. C. history of Ibis I
yonder beat the flashes of that keen era us political principles! principles I every) quailer ? most exalted suitable for embracing depredations Ftemozt.-Thf ;
nI l penetrating eye ; no more bhall we bear and those opinions, wi to posterity in time laud: have inin lfd with the voice have entirely ceased-a line of military South Hut we cannot t trust ourselves on. I V uiung man: is highly interesting. A few .
that torrent of eloquent, concise, and compact L under the sanction a great name.- '! of mourning notes of the highr&t admiration. posts have been established from Tampa such a theme. years ago ha a Lteuti>nint: in the .Army !
logic from his lips. Those eyes and those lips He had lived long enough, he had done enough L These crowded galleries!, and these distinguuhed Bay lo Indian llix'er, beyond which the Indians In addition to this, wc understand tl edict I: and an attache to the corp? of TopographicalEngineer .
are closed (orerer. And when, Mr. President I and done s well, s successfully so honora. gentlemen upon our floor, all indicate are not permitted \\o approach-and hat gonD forth j'ront Washington hutS no mal I ?. His business called him much lo. ,
will that great vacancy, created by the event t hI as to connect himself all time with that here have bardo, at lists, sages, reverently planters may settle, with their families in w'>o i furor of the Southern Convention is Washington, where he became acquainted f
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to which records of his He is met to waive each ) to( be appointed; 10 by Zachary Taijhir with the second daughter of Hon. Thn H.Benton. .
we are now alluding, when will it L country. now a historical j I separating plea of sect, pnition of the State with perfect safety, as fcc I i
!he t tilled I by an equal amount of purity. of pa cLar ter. Those of us who have known I I I claim, parly alI degiec, all knowing him on the Indians are about to be cent out of the and hit Cabinet ; submissioniils' onh/, Young, vivacious; and ambitious' ,
triotism, and devotion to what he considered I him here will find that he has left upon us, upon I I whom nature all honor bhcd. country. Tho society, as in all new countries and tried friends$ of the Union." are to be I thi! stripling in epaulettes: had the temerity tuasi .' .

to be the best interests of bis country. Sir, our minds and hearts an impression of his ----- is spurce: and without the eleganciesariddelicacieK placed in ujjice throughout the Southern States, !t the young lady's: hand iq marriage-notwithstanding .' .
! this is not the proper occasion, nor should I person, his character, his performances!, that From Urelans Picayune, Marclt. 30. (to which we are accustomed at or tendered Foreign Missions. Messrs. Cling I }e. knew 'men much higher in
L the proper person, to attempt a ; I while we live will never be olltcratcd.Vc t/e.'tl borne. The means of living are ample and man, Toombs, Stephens[ Hilliard, and other I authority bad solicited! the same jn vain.-. ,
(rll character, or the powers of deincation. I: shall hereafter, I am sure, indiilgo in it as a Ur.MAKARr.K ARREST or A MIHIPKKEB. easily olltaineJ-the greatest abundance of Southern Whigs, hare already been put under Miss Benton rtn t readily consented, so far as .
only say', in few words,that he I grateful recollection that we have lived in his About four yea is since, a free mulatto man, fish being readily procured at all the ban on account of(heir devotion to I she was concerned, but intimated that she had 4' { )
a lofty genius, that in his powers of possessed day ; that we have been his cotcmporarics ; ,!: named Oscar Debergue, in an affray in the eveninjr game seasons.alt southern rights ; and in this Slate, while a a a father: who had manifested: some degree of
lion of thoso ,subjects which his Ild eneralza.,, I that we have seen and heard him and known I! at a rcr. corner of St. Ann and St.Claude \Ve shall be happy to exhibit, the abovementioned general rule all Democrats are to be kept out i interest in her welfare arc might want to be
1 have seen him surpassed by no man,treatd and the 'him. We shall delight to speak of him t to srect, 1icd a free black man, ntitu. spscimen of cane to (those who may of office, the friend of CIrgml.: Outlaw, &c. consulted in the mailer. laid the pro 4
charms and captivating influence of his collo.: those who are to come after us. When the ed John Miller. succeeded in concealing desire to inspect it, at our otTlce. are (to be excuded.! of Mr. p osal" before (the old gentleman. He objected J J- ;
quial power have be felt by all who have time shal come that we ourselves t>hal go,, himself in I the private room of the keeper of -- Stanly : only put in. The New t to the proposition in tola. "His daughter ,
ever witnetse tber. I am his senior,*Mr., one another, in succession, to our graves the grocery until n late hour of the night, Salaries GOl'cmors.-Thc salary of t the Yoik Express alludes a flows (lo the rumor educated fora Princea no' join: lo mary f i i
)years and in nothing else. According we shall carry with us a deep impression of when be was discovered! by, a servant girl, Governor o Maryland is 2OOO, and an at. that Mr. lliliiard would ho a Foreign I }. a Corporal." Fremont was forbidden to en. t1,' .
to I th course of nature I ought have his genius and character, his honor' and in. \\liOgavothc alarm. He dashed out of the tempt is now being r.lade in the Legislature: Mission I by Gen. Talor: i I ter the domicil, &nd Miss Bentou was put un. : :. .
preceded him The Divine Ruler of human legrily, his amiable depottmcnt in private life, room and got away without molestation. The lo increase it to & 1,000, which was formerly '.J'hio story that Mr. Hilliard is to ba lent |. der guard. "Old: Tom" had overacted the '"lt 4
vents has determined otherwise. I feel that :and the purity of his exalted patriotism.Mr. murder was attested by severalvilncs e&, the sum. The Go\'ero has a house furh.h. out as Minister to a foreign court, is without: matter. He did not then know l the young t
I shall linger bu time, that I I I who arc still in the city. A reward of$:00 od I by the State, and must reside at the Capi.lol. foundation. Il would be an absurdity to sup. Lieutenant. His daughter; too, look that occasion ".: < .
soon follow him. 8 And d1r how an, shaH RUSK said : Mr. President, I hope it t : was offered for Debergue's arrest, by the Governor ; There is but one Governor in time States; j/ose the/ Administration tcould. gire such an to show her fleut.on, and as '* 014 ,
passing i the period existence allowed boW rapidly even wiuot be considered inappropriate for me to and Capt. Youennes, armed with a whose salary exceeds 1,000. that is the appointment to I Southern! ultra. Lloyd Garrison Tom" had stuck to the *. Expunging Resolu. .': :

to the youngest aijiongtt us. Sir, say a upon this solemn occasion. Beinga warrant, after searching for the murderer, Governor of Louisiana, who has $6,000. would be applying next.. l lions," she was bound to stick to her young :
not all b the contemplation ought of this we native of the same Slate with the disiin- whom be well knew, over the city, went to Th Governors of the other States receive The same paper ridicules the idea recentlyadvanced h lover against all the world. The next the i ,
I e"cnt'T profie we by to draw from it the guished Senator whose death has caused sucha I the bayous' and prairies) around Luko Horgue, salaries as follows : Maine, $1.500 ; New by Mr. Hilliard, that Californi-i anxious lather knew of his .opce devoted .I; '
I how unwise no it is to in the conclusion gloom upon this body, and) the audience here where Debergue and his. uncles, old hunters, Hamshirr, 81,000 ; Vermont, $760 ; Mas. ought' not lo be admitted without an adjust. daughter, she had escaped her keeper, and in :
indulge asperity
I debate I How unwico it is to yield: assembled, I had the good fortune. at an early r lived, and spent eotne days in seeking for him sachusells, 82,500 ; Khode Island, 8400- ;; I ment of the slavery question generally : and I a private parlor! at Gadsby Hotel, was inler f
ourselves the animosities of I period of my life, to make bis acquaintance.At in (hose labar ntbine recesses hut finally Connecticut, 81,100 ; New York, 01,000 ; after pronouncing him "traitor" to the Un. changing vows before a Magistrate \i'.h the i: '
bow wrong t Is it to Indulge in party those feelings ; I that lime ho was just entering on thai t gave up the chase in defrpair. During four New Jersey $2,000 ; Pennsylvania, $3,000 ; ion and an "incendiary" from the southern I banished. Lieutenant. .'ft,1-i, <.',
and bo strifes into which we arc too often unhappy'led: bright career which is now terminated. I I I years Debergue was never heard of; no indication Delaware, $iJ.33 ; Virginia, $:,33:1: ; Norlh side of Mason ant Dixon's line, it adds with At first the Qd! ram regcd, but soon was .. : ,
.i the of the high duties which. was then but :boy, with propccts anything of his whereabouts coul be ascertained Carolina, $2,000 ; South Carolina, $3,500() :; reference to ( Foreign Mission rumor: nmadeacquiained with the metal of his new ,W.; '
discharge
lire cle upoa t perform I In conclusion we, hut flattering to me. At that period I was indebted and no cue ever seeing himagain. I Florida, $1,500 ; Alabama, $3,50Q : Mississippi As to the Republican's disclaimer of any son-in-law a reconciliation took place, and in f .' ... .
Mr. Prjiden I desire to the most for words kindness and encouragement ; Yesterday morning Capt. Youennes I $3,000 ; Texas2,000: ; Arkansas, knowledge that Mr. Hilliard would accepta L old! Tom. Fremont has not only had a fiend,. '.
cordial sympathy, aid sentiments express of the d and often since, in (tl0 most critical positions in was strolling along Rampart st., on (he lookout 2,000: ; Tennessee, S'2,000 ; Kentucky, 8'2- foreign appointment, I can only say that he hut an admirer, ever since. t.! ,
cit condolence, (or those who bland in the ep. which I have: placed, a recurrence to m mI for some of the bold gentlemen who had 500 ; Ohio, $1,500 ; lchi an, SIIOO ; indiana has actually applied far an appointment. Jl't His travels, researches,and scientific expo.! Mf! (f
neares relations Lirn I trust that shall l those words of encouragement have inspired I committed tho robbery at the Louisiana Bank. 81,500 ; $1,000 ; Missouri, is not improptlc, however, judging from the (ions and f'ats of valor and suffering io (the 4.
we
11 profu by the /singular t merits of his charac-. me with resolution to meet difficulties (that be. His attention( was suddenly drawn to a person 82,000 ; Iowa, 81000 ; Wisconsin, 1250. tone of to-day, that he finds: theprojec"rather Far Wchf, are events {known lo the world and :t'i, 'I
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'er, an4i leun, our set my path. Four years ago I had the pa! who came. quietly along towards him, looking' &AI., He is doubtless satisfied I we may say without ; parallel.-Cleveland : i ,
upon
relying own conlo ,
science, discharge our duties he did. ac sure of renewing tat acquaintance after an as much at his ease as a fchool boy on a holi.d&y. .Mrs. Partinglon on Education." For my 1'1'I that ULTRAISM: el very cheaply by. this J[Ohio] Plain Dealer. t tJ'
cording to his best of a them faithfully absence of fifteen )years, and thistook( place A certain air o"something( in the features part I can't deceive what on airlh eddication Administration.1. I
54d Mr. WI B Jat tion annexing Texas to the United States, the Captain's memory. After a searching ex. understood the rules (f distraction, provision, are trqe, in (he I Ust re'or to the land of your t French socialist, has pointed out (the F if! ji
Indulge TER I hope the Senate will adding a new semite of obligation to my feel animation of his face as he\approached, he became multiplying, replenishing, and Ihe common birth and to the-rights privileges which,, Medical Journal says) one of the powers of 'tj. i I'. .
me in addressing to It a very few ing of gratitude In the stirring questions convinced of the (act, (hough a great dominator, and know all about the rivers and I under Heaven, yon owe. to the valor and wis:: camphor, which! in a psychological' point of ., 111 '
wor.v ) apology for this presumption.i that have been agitated, it was my misfortune I change had taken place in tIm size of(he mulatto their obituaries, the covenant and dormitoriesthe dom of your Revolutionary sires, the patrouyi V jur, is rjjost inport3nt-tbat( ( puttinjj-.aktop ,.J'.
te between log Mr-aauain sometimes to differ from him, but it i'l matter and without more delay, quietly steppedup provinces and umpires, they had eddica- age and influence of a:common, government tare (othat fcarfol! resllcssucw which accompanies i
te tbC' lame Co and myselfVe: are of heartfelt gratification for me to know ,' to him, lapped him lightly on the shoulder, (iou enough. But now they have to steady f first lo ha o.cd, against }you on that account -:![ 'jfio'fiiBt development of insanity. When Ii;; ,. +;
the Ifoiue age. my firt entrnce in I that our persona relations remained unalter und saidWhy, Oscar, where have you botfomy, Algfe.bay, and have to demonstrate ; and if (hat will not stifle your \'qkes, ppfuni!l hysocyaruus, conium, stramonium and n '
I there ( o ILepreeuttjye. in May, 1813. ed. And 1 a source of pleasant been all this time 1" The mulatto trembled, suppositions about. sycophants of circuses, tangents ; nor incline. you to silence a;>U submission the., I" alLthe: drowsy syryps. pf ihe East," fail to ji'f--!
been an ) Calhoun, wh had already! though sad reflection me throughout life, to changed color, and to the Captain's You and Diagonieg of paralelograrns!, to say next step againjt t you will.reveal. } itself. bay. produce any effect, a grain pf camphor forrp'r f' : ; 1,
or three efcen I member of body for two remembor that on the last day in which he must come along with me," said not a word, nothing about the oxhides, cowUicks, and abslruso onets and boslils armies 2 into( a pill, and followed by a draught of anounco ; "'
.nd )'pa.member fond him an active occupied h;. seat in this chamber, his body but followed his captor in silence to the guard triangles. And the old lady was so The peopfo of tho south are now realizing I untlahahfofihts inimion} .of hops mixed f:1--. '- t I
e ffcent of the Assembly to which worn down by disease, but his mind a vigor house. He has not auemptet to deny his wih technical 1 pares that she the bitter consequence of their,voles, : with five d.t ffi.' of sulphuric etber, is his usUaJ- ; ::

bekic tajng a derided part, aQd, eJe,. ou* as ever, we held : somewhat extended name or the murder, wa forced to stop, partyCr9Ut1d?, against Gen. Ca,. If catfD'l .! ',edyfcju9cuiogeep.! '. 4 *;:':.* > 10;
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Prom tfrt n'.I \ingtl" Univn. osrat in contradiction ol the story, and.plates other reason, than because they). willnol forthwith io be, a minority o one! as regardi We published somo weeks since, with sincere The plan of the Administration for tbe5,t.

Veracity cf tho Cabinet Organ.Ifit that Watson I now digging gold in El emancipate these persons, and place icinity. the proceedings of a great lleraent of the slavery question! to which ifo
Dorado. them not on a Ic'elith th'msevps! 'but asmasters The Vhigorg.m! intimates,(does not open. pleasure above has
khould find it al.! name been
we which BO aptly
were nccesaury in givenve
their lives and Democratic meeting in Philadelphia, h .
over u by .
all tho ridiculous property ; make the assertion,) that have repreentcd
mOlt impoi$*iLlft to uulice Iy WP I derstanJ to be as follows : _
For the Kloridian &Jou rnat. their preponderating numbers they would be he cause ofthe South and ofihe Constitution 1
false, and! moiirtrwa thing which nnpear al. GODrown as being a Wilmot Pro. To admit California! '
he instant that they were liberated in the .*Jer her
The Union Constitution. boldly espoused and ably maintained.- presentphication an.
rood daily in the cabinet organ. Thus (he versus Te abolitionist." That knows vas
demanded and iso man. or paper for admission d.
] last has the imbecile manner expected bylheir very in auspiciously nn the other
Republic oTTtiurvJay following : MERSRI. EDITORS : The drivdling i The movement Philadelphia,
and in have done of the kinJel
liberal friends nothing
patriotic, ctn'ih.rt ) hal we : Territories Deseret and
New
"Tfce Union, with disingenufMisnes and of the Intelligencer when ho cannot ho North. SOUTIIGKNAN.ffiljc beter begun on the 22d February, h"s been followed! Mexico. no

disregard of trutb, attempts to bold tlo Whig find matter in the Tory papers of tho South, it t i U willing to mislead those who know no hy the Democrats in different portions of the governments at all. By admitting California

party responsible] for the unjust, aggressive, with which to assail its people, and throw for the purpose awakening a little sym eminent. and withholding! Territorial l Government

and unconstitutional! moTcments oftba aboli. suspicion on their motives and objects! : in combining ) $ ian palhy in behalf of Gov. Brown, or of injuring State in the adoption of Resolutions, Cabinet to tbo fa*
lor &Joural hopes save Pmidentfroo
tioniiU. No- one knows better Ihan tile edi. a they have so nobly and unanimously - the character of the Floridian &-Journal. I I y just and patriotic. Wilmot and his co-ad- tnecessity
that has made denounced. We not i of showing hU hand as to tho Wi:.
Ion of that paper allegation no done, to resist the encroachment jutors are unsparingly can
HILTON C. DYKE Denton
R. B. E. it not true, that Gov. Brown and ,
foundation in fact-that abolitionism, in all its upon their rights and dangerous tamperring AND & CuI doubt that the finger James Buchanan, and mot Proviso. If ho\'ever. any Territork|

political action, has been under the control of with their domestic tranquiliiy, by the aboli.lioiUHts EDITORS- PROPRIEORS., ire both opposed to the Nashville! Convention? Dallas of Government should be established Ly a |
also that two gentlemen hit
focofocoism-that the whigs of tho North hare and Free Soilers of the Northre.sorts We grant that Col. Benton may not have denounced George adopting the Proviso the President

deprecated and repudiated abolition organi.! foreign sources, in search of I be cal. Saturday, April 13, 1850. the Convention as strongly as Gov. whom any party may justly be proud, are in wou'4

itions and that demonstration of this and which have. this matter. While the influence ofthe Penn- have either to approve tho act, which wcuy
every umnics misrepresentations - -- --- -- Brown ; but his letter to the Governor of S.

description has inured to the benefit of the been uttered against this section ofthe Union, DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. C. leaves doubt of his position. The syl.anial a paper, to which tho South owesa show that in his election tho South was La.
no
focofoco party." by travellers from abroad, under the infuence. debt cancelled ii rayed, or to veto it, which would! show thit tis
We again call the attention of our De. gratitude not easily ma.
which the South make
No ono knows better than we do, that the of the prejudices which they a. ( complaint ngainst North had been deceived.On .
of friends, throughout the State, to the i is much that which! and Sen- king itself every where felt among the Democrats
assertion that abolitionism, in all its political gainst the institutions slavery. He thus Col. Benton, we the the Mr.

action, has been under tho control of locofoco.i quotes, from the celebrated DC Tocqueville, subject of a State Convention. "'i our De. ator Morton m\lil against Gov. Brown, ofthe Keystone State. contrary, plan c DougW

i lim [democracy]-t hat I he whigs of tho NoithLave the following passage, "as afi'uding art. mocratic co.la orer of the press, who some namely giving aiJ] and comfort to our ad. Among the movements to which we have Mr. Clay, Mr. Webster, and of all other rts.

deprecated and repudiated abolition or. miikablc: evidence of ihe sagacity of that en. time since care out on the subject! again ex- versaries. There is no evidence that Benton alluded, is a Convention ofihe Democracy of actable name, who go for the admission!of

ganizations!!, and that every demonstration of lightened travehler"-or as furnishing, .a California, is to establish Territorial Govern
their views. With view of Lucerne lately give some
a giving every county
this description has inured t'o the benefit of the plausible solution of the ciuse Southern dis- press[ has any purpose of voting for the Wilmot hel.Ve ments in the other

locofoco paity"-is utterly false and without It i is difficult to imagine d dura. county an opportunity of being represen'ed, Proviso. He has denounced i most contemtu.: extracts fron: the Resolutions there adopted.We .- Teritories-Territora

foundation. And we are only supprised that content.Uui()! of a people which i is rich and strong, we suggest a later day than that formerly men. ously an arrant humbug-as a qiestion of : most heartily commend them to tho attention Governments, too, & Sew.

the northern editor of the organ and his colla. with one which is poor and weak ; even if it tioned, ror instance, some day lae: in May.- wool." I, of our readers. Where shall we find ard, it i said, is in favor of (he President's

boratcur Mr. Truman Smith, hhould have pre. were proved that the strength and wealth of Place-the Smvannee Springs.To goats II I such sentiments coming from Northern ['Ian. But, the Washington Union, whatever
for tht Proviso
But he should not vote i
turned to utter such stupid misrepresentations, the one are not the causes of the weakness and though > may be Raid Lathe contrary, has erer been on.posed .
? Echo where! To
in the very faco and eyes of truth, as they poverty ofthe other." When wo cull to mind, the Democrats of Leon he has dono that fur which (the South Whigs answers our to it. Hear what it Having uid
both well know. reader of the rich and of the Whig friends who tell us that the whole North &YI.
Every Repub. that the staples productions You are requested to meet at the CourtHouse never should forgive him. He has joined the that the Democrats would aid! to
lic In the flee Sidles will be astounded at the Southern States, have laid the foundation of North in denunciation and in a warfare occupies common ground on this subject, we bring about
in Tallahassee, on Saturday, 27th a-
of
recklessness which such assertions. commercial and still form the show any just and honorable plan of compromise,"
prompted our prosperity, extend a challenge, to us any thing from
friends of the South. Ho
the
truest
April, to appoint Delegates to attend tie Democratic gainst
Again : chief exports of the countr-tbe sagacity displayed Northern Whigs parallel to these ResolutIon it adds, (we italicise its words :)

"There i is, then, no exception to the gene. by MODS. De Tocqueville, in describe State Convention. has weakened the South by creating divisions, \Vill the 1 If We do not regard lire do-nothing tcheme

ral fact, that the locofocos. and not the whigs, ing these States as poor and weak," und M.DF fOCRATS. and dimensions, and jealousies within our own theyaccept challenge so, they of the Cabinet as such a plan. We are inlavor

have the action of the aboli. the evinced by his Washington shall have the uas of our columns for the pub.
ever profited by patriotism ------- -- bOl ers. That[ great statesman and true of the seltlemenloflhe controversy now,

_ _ tionists.n commentator, in quoting and approving of this The Sentinel and Gov. Brown. friend of the South, whose loss every patriotnow lication of any thing of the same tenor ; iho' by the establishment of proper Territorial

\Ve do not know which to wonder at most, remark; must be admitted to be equally n,. e i1S.. we can not expect that these Resolutions will Go\ermelt for the new Territories, without
1 nero is scarcely an iiional! deplores, was the object of his most en.
paragraphin .
the stupidity or the monstrosity of this false- signalized : though thai which may be received see the light through any of the Southern the Wilmot! Proviso ; believing! that if a settle

hood. What sent John P. Hale to the Sen. as an allowable expression opinion, by a the last Sentinel which is not characterizedby venonvd hostility. How far Gov. Brown has Southern would ment is longer delayed, it will only continue to

ate but -a union between whigs, ftee-soilers, ybrctgner,forms a base and inexcusable collusion misrepresentation or unfairness, towardourseh.cs. l lowed the example of Col. Benton, not onlyin Whig presses. Whig papers add irritation to irritation, unlit, possibly, the

and abolitionists ? What sent James Wilson with the enemy," when repeated and Less on our own account, than for his opposition to the Nashville Convention, do well to keep them from the sight of their controversy may get past sett'ement! and J end

and Amos Tuck to the House of Rcpresenta endorsed by the Editor of an American news readers ; for there are Southern Whigs who in the most serious to the
the sike of what we believe to be truth, we but in his assaults upon Mr. Calhoun, we leave consequences peace
lives but the same black and unprincipled paper. The protection offered at the North, might well blush to find Northern Democratsso of the country and the integrity ofihe Union.If .
com\.JinationllffiLClion'i\ ? Before the alliance the fanatics who have been will notice some matr therein contained. (the following extract from his letter of March
lo so long engag.ed l far in advance of themselves, in a disposi. it were not lorlliesp clangfrouconseqtjen.
cfthe whig party of New Hampshire with in inciting the negroes of the South, to We come first lo the alledged threat of the 30th, to say : ces which wi probably! n'sfrm\ d Iav._ we
do the South We the
tion to justice.
abolitionism, I the representation from I that massacre their owners-and the pretensions! President i to reduce the South to submissionby I do not wi-.li to see another revolution and if I give might on the si-ore of party considera.

State, in both the Senate and House, was en. set up by these harborers incendiaries, of the army of the U. S., and by Nor- feel called upon to"bIu.1' in this connection it i ii extracts as follows : lion?, that the! Cabinet scheme uf doing nolh-

tirely democratic. fly that alliance it has being more observant of the I mica of morality, fur those who pronounce this: Government a Rlsiiaf R"lre,, That slavery is peculiarly a domestic log should be adopted. We have not a doubt
them and) Northwestern volunteers. We an. dtspotismvio! would a Convention of modern institution of f the States-a reserved !.t
rig over which
btf"n'iJ .d the democrats and the laws God than (heir (al
notwithstanding neighbors ; that it would result in most serious detriment
c to .} in ihe ConruunJ he of other States have .
swcred politicians remedy ill.crent : t people no control
ofihe clt-cf
hIa majority of 0,000 in the State. and entitled on this ground, to deprive the, an interrogatory Sentinel, bj great Charter of our liberties-who thern'elve' or power whatever ; that while borne States to the political interests of the administration
And what secured the election of General ofihe South of their share in (lie the remark that this statement it ,\l.o in "
people public was pro. ate to improve I-spccllo anticipate have abolhed,and others have retained and others and t the Whig puiy.:

Ta\lor but the Mime\ unprincipled and! unnatural" domain of the Union ; would surely bcem lo inulged" in Whig papers, and [ friendly giievancesould change or dtMroy it-ami who have the institution, the action of all We think that neither Mr. Clay nor Mr.
paper seek to delude the people with daxzlinj[ schemes f !lias been of the Governmentand
alliance\ : 7 What: gave the State of New form amply sufiicient causes for dissension, ;; < : independent general
aid which! to Gen. Taylor ; having frt seen it in the a uuth'r Confederacy which are but tgnr fialuiIu ol! the people of other State ; and in the judge Webster has "k"n ihe slightest notice of the
York to General Tailor but the and the breeding of ill blood between the two
II lute them on to political ruin. ment of this cOI\-enriQo. ail interference by the people -
federalism received from the abolitionists; and sections. The true origin however, of the Xew York Tribune, and soon after in the ot a Stare, where slavery has been bolihtd. I President's plan of settlement-each! hating

frce-hoilers 1 And! to the fcarne unprincipled I controversy' now so fiercely raging between New Orleans Picayune. This alledged purpose Docsl)one doubt that though Mr. C.il- with the institution! where it has :been retained or : treated it wilh silent contempt. Seward, it

combination in and ends which are I is bs found houn'j name was not mentioned, this precious established! is impertinent t treasonable: it tends !
purposes' th(1 to \ according to tie was deemed by those announcing it, highly i and hinders the seems i h in fa\t of it. For, says his organ
the dcfl'atIId prostration of the democratic smooth-tongued Editor of the Intelligencer, sentence was aimed as a stab at that to destroydomestic trn'uihty.
creditable to Gen. Taylor : it was published great .general welfare:" it embitters sectional jealousies i the New York Courier Enquirer:
: the country O\\'S the election of .Mr. the !low .>u>picion and ," fell by ihe
party envy and theevilt inevitable: and it
and then his death h'J.- are I
under Iht! approving caption of'* decision and good man, lying on aggravates th.t Senator Seward declares! expressly his fu1 I
Reward' the Senat And in view of South towards the Noilh in the
to yet, ; or unequal more I than anything else, the cause of the present a-
administration fit IIIIiCSS of the President." from Thomas Brown is ready to "IIush" fjr Jour; and concurrence in that proposition, his enfireI |
these facts, the organ flhe is I I position occupied by the parties, in the conjffdejacy !!- Coming Lana aZitation.flesoicti
C. CALIIOU.N The furnishes That the territories cf the i I tcillingnrss in adopt tl>e policy of inactivity,
stupid t'nough-fur nothing but stupidity could : the one being rich and strong"atid Gen. Taylor's friends, were we not authorized language no I general
I by the blood and ( oj I
inspire such intrepidity-Jo assert that there the other .poor and weak"-and fast in supposing I ho statement true T Was i like. words for an oppropriate comment. Web- !all Olrmwt.th,States acquirrl, outfit oj right to he and remain trta..I'openfur of creating no new Territorial GCrTnmenl.

is, then no exception: ; to the general ftct: thai declining in political! power and influence. ly that his friends would "prornulge" a "stor ," tier and Clay, have joined Holmes and Win- the me and enjoyment of alt. Desirable ait is which thr. President ha suggested.t'It

the locofocos, and notilc vhigs, have ever pro. This is certainly a pretty}' fair and impartial I thai slavery should not be extended, and that it the Administration has been forced ly
of the abolitionists." And from the. of Southern which the Sentinel appears to consider so injurious throp in terms ofthe mod exalted eulogy :- should cease to exist everywhere; jet the peopled this scheme 'vit
fited J by the action : account as coming pen a !II want of support to give us
'' the free States, in union and by their
Gov Brown is to blush"! for the illus. being compact
ready
spain! :is if blindly; bent on stripping itself of Editor-of the origin, and present elate of to the President, without authority.I .- own consent, and for a valuable. consideration, wilh which the abolitionist, Seward, was so well

all claim or pretence to veracity in its 5:1tc.1: the controversy)existing. between the two sections I, They prouiulged" i cither because they be- Irious Carolinian Well miglil the people! of the people of the slaveholding States, and having satisfied, u it therefore to be held guiltless for

ments, eays : ; which a mere renewal according': lived it to be true, or because I they supposedthat this State lush" fr a high officer of the embarked with them in the acquisition of territory, devised Proviso which
'In no degree and In no S'MISO arc the to this statement of the contest l, which is so have n'1 rihtThile they hold I in ccmcnon to exclude Laving; a equallyeffectually
same, who at such time and under such circumstances
I in certain quarters it would bo received : them from it. Tu; Territories are the .prop. with that Wilmof! would exclude
for ofihe rise iu democracies between the rich 'I
to -
whigs, as a zes1'onb1t
party any apt of and therefore one
I could such words.'c leave erty" the general government
movements of the' families of the North.They .- I|I and the poor ; and which is only prevented with applause, and make political capital for ppn Stale has the same interest in them as another ; the South rrll th. new 'JVrri'ories: ?

have neither fomenlcd: nor encouraged! {,I from breaking out into actual hostilities, and .: the Whig Administration. In cither case, the him with them for their judgment of approvalor and every attempt lo appropriate H.em to the use

cbolition: organization in a single Stale. On 1'I' civil war, by the magnanimity and forbear- statement was a fair subject for notice and condemnation. u I :and:_--benefit- -of some-"...to- the-. exclusion of other-StatesResolved .- It(i* not"e'vciy Connecticut! Election.Democratic'rnjmph!?

th.e..r\'w.rMY\ __ t..JJ6 ':k 'fT''tul1: C" ,\} j! fRh 1i'b c1 espin: J 'Uds- ( RHODE ISLAND ,. That the Wilmot Proviso and al'i)! restrictive .urlh.r

of this species agitation, they have discountenanced 1 nate, envious and unreasonable inferiors. But the Sentinel says these fabrications of DEIOCRAT.-n.e ventured ofthe southern measures States designed Irom Ihe to exclude our Territories brethren Ihatc RlnlHlrlt1; uny g{e;\, pleasure.-
last week to doubt the assertion of the Sen common
and resisted: it by all proper Jeanl.1 I Professing a patriotic desire to sooth down the tbc letter writers, were authoritatively denied of the Union, are unconstitutional and void as transcending 's e must !have SL1 ? evidence in relation to tie
have befoie said tinel, that in Rhode Island the Democrats have the of Congress, and hich have been sustained under
.As we this is well irritated feelings of the parties, and effecting! weeks This is doubt intended powers sJcnfcin'riht I principles
no to
the editors of the Union." a final reconciliation ; our umpiic Editor I ago. united with the Free Soilers, in support of the that are iu\e.led.n. them with exactly the name of Democracy; we rut know that

As our knowledge is again appealed to, we commences the wOk of mediation, by courting : be very positive ; and if that paper had quoted candidates of the latter, "for Governor and oth. same measure, That o1! :3acredoe the recapture as in of ourselves.Resolved fugitive. slaves !i. they are not such as aim at the overthrow of

assert!, upon our Inju-lcdge. that there is not a and flattering the one and abusing and an authoritative denial, either from the Republic er State officers-" Our doubts confirmed one of the rights expressly secured to our south.r I before at their tri

particle of truth in the preceding ftah'ment.-I'I insulting the other ; and culling from every or Ihe Intelligencer, we should not sa another alf brethren in Ihe const itui ion of Ihe United States; SoutlHr rights we rejoice
I! I I ) by the PrO'iJence II raid, of the 30ih March, and the laws made in of the ot I The which has
In fact, we cannot see how moro falsehoods filthy source, all the matter which he can find, I word, save: to defend ourselves for fallinginto that iiistunrent should pursuance be provisions umph. victory our party
could be well crowded into the same number calculated to throw discredit and suspicion on i the organ of the Democratic. party of that and view with respectedrnintained and. 'I achieved i in Connecticut! however-securing
abhorrence
involuntary error. As it is e'eutfd. every attempt
of words than are contained in the extracts the motives and actions of the latter. Though, we venture State. That paper contains the following remarks to evade\\1 cr defeat their just and appropriate a Democratic Legislature, Governor,and United .

which we have copied from the Republic. as wo have before said, the indiistiial energy I not only to question whether the statement which if the Sentinel would publish, operation. States Senator-seems to such victory -

Docs that paper forget that, for more than and rich products ofthe South, have enabledit I which we published has been "' authoritatively !o'rtfl. That if the members of Con re3 from b :
show ils
ten John Q. Adams Joshua R. Gid. not to furnish the which form I denied might to readers the mistake into the southern States mean to oppose the admission of as xvc may proclaim with joy. It is a.
ycats, only exports weeks ago, but, to ques'ion which it has fallen California into Ihe Union because she has prohibited .
ding*, and William Shade, of Vermont, al.. the basis of our foreign commerce, and raise I whether, up to this time, has been authortatively : !. : slavery in her cOstitllion."e deem their position victory not less over Whfggery and Tajlor

whigs, were the principal, if not the only agitators I I from poverty, and support on their broad I denied. We i The Democratic Convention, which set in I unreasrnable,arrogant,and intolerable. J In t the ism, than over the Wilmot Proviso and Abo

of abolitionism in Congress ? Docs it shoulders, their selfish and favor-forgeltin well know thai there February, came to the conclusion that iu the apprehension of this litionism. As such, "we chronicle it withpleasure

forget that the whole no.thcr'Ilig' press has I brethren of the North ; but to withstand bot!< has: been a denial of a purpose of the President present lamentable situation: political! affairs, ity of California o-jght to depend on the nature of
the boumJJie3 she hnj; as-umed, the regularity nt and we lelievo that few true Southern {
countenanced abolitionism, and an alliance of I the loss to which they so magnanimously sub. to interfere by force, with the assembliug it was inexpedient to make 3n-uominatiun.- her proceedings in organizing a State and especially !- ; conteslL

the whig} party with that faction 7 Does it I milled-of ihe supply of cheap labor which ) ofthe Nashville Convention. But the Consequently there are but two tickets in the the amount and character of eXEcutive interference -I men wi! regret the result of the

forget that the present Vice President, Mr. they derived from the .la\'e.trade-and the fed : (he one that of our old political which miy have inrl'iencrd her action and on In anticipation of the election, the New York

Fillmore, is an abolitionist, and that Jacob I I disadvantage to which they have thence been statement which we published from : paper Whig Algerine party" iho oilier that enemy of the for these points we have not but the if requisite the information. 0 Tribune, strongly Whig as it i i3 Fiee Soil i ia
forming an opinion : fact of her
Collamcr, Gen. Taylor's Postmaster General exposed, in with their friendly to Gen. Taylor, said nothing about Free Soil pronibitmg I
complying yankee part) slavery be made the ground of her rejection sentiment, used the following language :
I another 7. What but obtuseness of intellector I brethren, who have continued the importation that Convention ; was a different report al. The former, which is the party of high! tariff it will compel her to establish: slavery ; and il Congress I A victory to Lccofocoism } Connecticut irouli

moral principle could prompt the cabinet by annual thousands, operatives and together, from that of which we have seen a rotten banks, roticii boroughs and swindling I have no right to prohibit slavery in Ihe Territories .. be a Iriun-ph'lo ihe dormant poliriciano ir of firginia.

organ to make the declarations which it has agricultural laborers from Europe-by which contradiction. However, the Sentinel monopoly systems of all sorts and kinds ol,as we hold ti) establish, it would it.V'e be a monstrous can never assumption consent South Carolina and Texas, over the interests and

upon this subject' when, if it is conscious of their vacant lands have been filled up, their may so often exploded and beaten down, at this power consideration, to witness :he attainment o1 sympathies which naturally ally the Land of Steady
be fo any
anything, it must be conscious that the whole manufactures prosperously carried on, and right ; we are wiling to have the matter moment lying prostrate in nearly every at.. otate such an end! by any tnears, either direct or indirect.Resolved Habits with Massachusetts, \ \ York and Ken

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world knows there is not a particle: of truth in their numerical strength, immeasurably! tested by the quotation of an authoritative de. of the Union, now rules over the State of 'hat if the South demand only the abandonmint lucky.

them. increased. Had the people of the South!! been nEal of the statement which, upon Whig au. Khode Island with despotic sway. of I the Wi!rnot Proviso,a worthless and But it seems that the Washington Unioa
mischievous-the forbearing to on Congressthe
And what must be thought can administration actuated by the sordid and unworthy feelings tbority, wo published. By republishing (the The Free Soil party; which is a very small :ab.ltiol: of slavery in the Distric press of Columbia, has become very respectable authority with

whose acknowledged organ is guilty of and motives ascribed to them by Mons. DeTocqueville denial and its date, the Sentinel one here, is composed factious men from all with'lt precedent assent request cf the people certain Florida Whigs. We hope they will

such flagrant misstatements ? Who \ondt'f and lthe oily hypocrite ofthe Intel. can pro.cthat parties, with a I few, f very few, who advocatetlic : -and efficient provision for Ihe restoration of be edified by the perusal of the following extract .
the denial has: }been made and whether fugitive slave*-we deem their demands reasonableand
that the people' both the administration ligencer would have from
they Of
cause
regard never relinquishedsuch course no good ,
princple. just ; and if the Union be dissolved for the want from that of the 6th instant:
paper
and iti organ with loathing, when a source, both of profit and representative it was made "wccl
il attempts such barefaced impositions upon strength, as they possessed in the slave last number of that paper. As to the! Senti- parties ; and especially should all our friends who oppose these reasonable ( ( i 9. they "I that portion ol them who have biteito !"-
particularly
their intelligence 7 We do not wonder, and trade ; while they left to the North the overwhelming nel"s assertion that the of the Baltimore be beforcicarned, not to vote the Free Soil ticket. must answer to God. and mankind for their great folly acted with Ihe whig party,to observe !tie pc11'-
report and wickedness.We
therefore are not surprised at the low estimation advantage of which it derives from Let them not swell thoughtlessly by their votes tion of parties: in Connecticut, and the results\'

in which both arc held by the American the addition so con tantly !ade to hr power Sun came to hand in most Southern prints tcn I. the numbers of a party inisgrificant that they have italicised 1 few words in the fore nr the late rlEcli.n. Al the cornmenremeot of

peop e. and population by the emigration from Eu. days ago, that is ten days before the 9th of. cannot the sustain a single printed sheet in going extract ; but, indeed, nearly everything the Convention Cal'ai, repudiatt-d Ihe democratic and rejected party assembled rht IVilraot in Slits Pro

A Horrible Fight.-On the evening of the rope. They yielded to the prejudices enter. April, wo simply affirm that it is a mistakewe the State. contained in it, deserves to bo placed in capi. vise Their candidate for Governor the tlr ter.t

tained against the slave-trade, which was the care not lo use a do and nallant Seym .ur.i also well known to be rp-
stronger) for !
term, we does look
7th instant, a fatal affray occurred at Aiontcry, That not much like a union of the tals.
means redeeming irom captivity and death posed to that miserable humbusr. The Hon.lnaC
t small town in Texas, near the upper part of not suppose that the Editor would wilfully Democrats and Abolitionts tho of I the and most talented
so many of the down.trodden subjects of the upon same In regard to the last, but one of iheso Reso. Toncey one purest rpM
Caddo Parish (La.) betweep Reuben R. Harrison btatc what he knew to be untrue. in New late Attorney General of the United -
and John Letter the side and despots of Africa, who were ever ready to sell ticket. lotions, we may bo permitted to say, that the Englnd.successful candidate in the late eleclion -
on one St.tf3.
John Collins the other the them to the highest Lidder-( sufficientproof Again. The Sentinel charges this paper South places herself in opposition to the admission for Slate Senator,ials opposed to the ,OH
on -so I
says that the transfer happy one with intimated that United States Law Magazine. heresy ; and so were t he of her denvcralic candidate*
wa having Gov. Brown has ,
California
Gazette which adds not the grounds ,
: upon :
Sbre\por fur them,) pr to those, who in return f fur their Wo should, several weeks since have 30 far as \\e have been able In learn their opinions
expressed
"The difficulty originated to the following! labor were content to incur the obligation of sought to get up public meetings." To support lhat the people there have excluded Slaveryfrom while.on the other band the whiz pIt, in their
Harrison had returned frsm this our indebtedness to the publisher, parsed*Ye*>lntion adopting the Wilmot
just it
manner : charge, acluallyc7ta// our lan ThUis conYfllion.
her
I : supporting or providing for them in sickness, Jmits. a misrepresentation, as one of the cardinal principles of whig
Alabama! with his and while for this conducted Provit
to family, ably
trip in childhood, and old age : who imparted to guage in pretending to quote it. We assert. Monthly. Judgingfrom l for which a few Southern Whig presses, and faith and nominated candidates for the office of
getting off the boat at Moniery! (near whichhe them the benefit civilization, and religious ed that though Senator Bentou be able its appearance, we presume that it is Governor and other state offices, who were kn .v .
lived,) some game chickens that he had may most l Northern presses of both parties, are re to be in favor of the free-soil doctrines, invitinz th.
and thus raised them destined become the
institution to Law Periodical
leading
brought with him, got loose, and Lester whu many degrees to get up a great meeting in St. Louis, to do- sponsible. The South bases her opposition toCalifornia's free-soilers ro 'support t them on ibat gronnd. Thn
above their originally ignorant and savage cube Union. is edited John ifthe main U ne in the the WiI.
by Livingston, .Itiol
"&in his employ, while ordering a negro to condition. flounce the Nashville Convention, it is more I admission, precisely upon the one mot Proviso-the tchigs: $ supporting, and"I the devtftcral. *

catch them, brought a dispute with Collins. than Gov. Brown can do in Tahlahasce.Now ." Esq., ofthe New York Bar, and published in it
Had the slave-trade been licensed, and the : ground which this Resolution! admits to be !opposing

Collins! \11 was a blacksmith, went to his vessels engaged in it, been regelated as pas- by simply changing can," in the last very handsome style, at No 54 Wall street, tenable. .This fact enables the people of the South to ff VTIOJIAI. ,
which at the is truly the i'*
and after bis called to clearly! party
hop Lester, down preparing jibe wanted gun satisfaction.Ilarrisxrn scngcr.ships now are.uader the humane laws part of this sentence, into "could," the Sen. S3 per annum. Each number contains at PARTY and which North nCJO: L PAaT.

come and Letter went to the hop, and England and this Country; until measures tinel! is enabled to sustain its otherwise baseless least 104- pages, being as stated in its pros. From Calora Thy can now see clearly whicJ party iis n favor and(
a could have been taken to an end to the The Steamer put
about double the size of Law PC- ar
Utter in Collins knocked hitiidown that have intimated what is pectus, any the !
the stepped charge, we : guaranties: of the ronstilution-thu rnaintainirg
and barbarous of the chiefs and
with his when he shot with wars practices riodical heretofore! published in this York on ihe 5lh ins from Chagres, with one and rights of the States-and which parts
tongs, was a princes of that Country it would known to be untrue, that he, (Gor. B.,) has country. equality State
unquestionably
; 1 U the | constitution and
Harrison. He then turned million, one hundred anJ .tight thousand against spirit cf thp
repeater by upon hare proved a blessing to its inhabitants, sought to get up public meetings." Now we Address, John Livingston, 54- Wail street.. fif ri-rhti. Ard the hie* of If* South can now, and
the latter and struck him on the bead, and a. and hundred dollars in besides halfa
it been that favored eight gold, soon, determine! f.tr 'hf rn fl\.bClbr tbty
a ha so clearly 1 portion submit the question to minds, whether moot
galn.turntd and struck Lester, when Harrison impartial the still continue their with the BECTIO-;
of them, who have been transferred lo the Late from Europe. million moro among passengers. wi alance
time. After the such dealing is entirely just and fair lOur of the or the _'TInUt
hot him receiving WHIG
a tcond \Ve t.lndiel and ibis Country-where they The British Steamer Europa has arrived A I large firs occurred at Chagres on Saturday lART PARTY of forrh. They will oorv, j
,last wound Collins threw the longs it words contained no intimation: ; simply an asserlion DEMOCRATIC .
Hari.o have assumed a position but little inferior t to choose between their party ffimtif ;
the 23d March, by which Ibo ba obliged to
dates fourteen largest
which struck him! just bow: the eye, that of their white brethren, and that renders --an assertion which neither meant bringing days later. and predilection!, and their own conststutlotslrights. !
in his then took All : of COTTON of the town was reduced to ashes.In of themIhe T o !
went down moth. le a them In the opinion of their more enthusiastic nor intimated more than this ; that though descriptions except fair and part and the bEt mean preserving: ;
hammer, and, we told, beat his California the dry has in whizs of the Sonlh, the Connecticut elect :!
ledge friends of the good, have declined a (farthing pound. season set "
woithy acquiring per
admonition.
Le&terdied liv. prh'il.gIS Beuton might be able to get up a great meet. full of warning and
brains ot. inttaut-C1n. and assuming the character and dignity Fair Unlands are quoted at 6J. ; fiir Mobile which has: given an impulse to business oral
St. Louis denounce the Southern
in" in to
ed next morning. men R. Jackson has disposed
-
unti al American .1 i izens. O Gfd. ; fair Orleans, GJ. Tho sales of ihe kinds. The gold digging his commenced 0 Judge lt.nry
of Iit I. \ were acquainted neith. Though the Southern States are in all respect Convention, it was what Gov. Brown is notable of his inter-! in the Savannah Georgian to
partieperOnaly! (bit knew Mr. Har. past fortnight amount to 50,000, bales, of afresh.
er Wo
and thine- which to do in supposed we
as tree independent as Talabasie. Mess Punch & SiM ,
s. y acdthat
risen from reputation who, though wild, \& to themselves this designation, an authorized in this, from the fact which: speculators have taken 7,500, and exporters In San Francisco, American Flour sells nt his partners .
arrogate a were saying ale! : i is under! t the ( inure! con.,
much citecuicd. exclusivs distinction ; tbeJ ate considered by that a large meeting of our citizens, had 10000. The sales of the last week ten dollars per barrel. Cattle twenty dollars paper \
ih g.ntkrneii.
of
r NOT SKISNED.A story some time tincewrnt the lauer, a not having forfeited all unanimously voted in favor of sending delegates were 20,000 bales. per head. Lumber $175 to SldO per 1000. trole si -

the rounds, to the effect. that a California claim to this title ; but a deserving to be re. to the Southern Convention thus leav- The political news is of no importance. Pork, per barrel 826! to 27. Mess Heel 12 03-: Mr. Fremont is sail to' Qwn :: !4.

emigrant (by the name Indian of Wasson An acquaintance, had been duced held to to service the same among! condition them :, and a the this persons fir noTh Gov. Drown, who denounces that; Conveneo The elections in France had: passed off\th. to 15 dollars. Brandy, light, 3 per case.- mine in California, which f ii the richest i in th !

fltyed by the !least disturbance. Gin 81 do, world. He hold under same SjuniA \
&ive o'lt! : grqf
useless in what per i
lion seems
or ,
cf tho man writes to the Chicago Den: talkS i.1 ih< ifceve arc tU. as re (lutinll' .

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I! ;; for tha Bnfcmissioaists.Tfccr I tnents, for the decision of tho delivery of the fant, and was perfectly conscious until the draped in ;mourning, and every mark r rc'pecl Dissolution of Copartnership. List of Letters" ,. '\

: be us & timid' class ou cuh'gy. last spark of life had fled. was sioxvn to tie memory. ot the illustrious .:
TUaha
B1/ among undersigned i basin:; been associated a* Mer- T EM AI NINO m the Post O lce at ee en.XX !
the Nashrillo Union, who fear topfpnlf The meetinjr 11rl adjourned. deceased. I rHE ,, unJer the (firm ana si vie! of Jno R Harris the 1st April, ISSOlAriLjt.Dasuerrean :.
lap THOMAS BROWN, Chm'n. Dr. Webster Sentenced to be Hung. & Co. notice i is hereby given that said copartnei- Larinns JW :, '
out and face the North, in In-half of tin4 I A. E MAYXVCLL, Src'y.For Correspondence of the Baltimore Patriot.-BjTtlcgraph. The Jury in Dr. Wtbsler's casc.-Tbe ac-I, shii( \\is dissolved oa the lat of January last by mutual A'.ston: R W Any Luke, Charles I tiMI I .

Suck may bo known l II y tlif ir con counts from Boston say that the., Jury after l consent. A Uf on, Co Leach, S J ." y
.uti. the floridian & going out on Saturday night at first defibemt. The Books and papers of I the concern have been Alberwn, S P Lain?, Mt, Ann CJ
the Union. 'I'oafl fetich Journal BOSTON, April 1, 190.'nn "
a I cro k.ing about Tun ed in silence for ten minutes. then placed in the hand ot Francis I. Wheiton, Esq. At Adkinon Mn S Lester, Mrs iI 1 W Z/f :; :
ihe {"1wing extract from: the .AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. have the full account of the conviction the They voted torneyat Law. for settlement. AH persons indebted Broil'n,J :1 L irH. J d 4
d, commend This Society vas organised in 1810. Its ofProi. Webster fur the murder ol Dr. Park. on question' xxhother the remains were tosaid firm either by noteor acco'-nt.will find it lor Beazley, Corneliu Lt:ell. fnni. ." ".;
rch of Mr. Clingman, of North Carolina, those of Dr. George Parkman 1-There was their interest to settle immediately. A word to the RivvenWV LavenderRW JButhltilf.
'sole object is to encourage a wider circulation man. The verdict is in accordance with the .
Congress%, on General TayJor'i aunanitious "Yea." On the second wie we hope will be sufficient. J A )lunday.lhrri.o; & J -
; member
t; rhlg of the Holy Scriptures without note or public judgement, though it greatly shocks the whether Dr. Webster murdered question him JOHN R. HARRIS. Bryan, Wm C MOOT. WIn J /
: California Message : comment.. feeling, that such relation ? FRANCIS SMITH. Max DCMarshall. :
; ( public one holding a thel Bmwen. Mrs Ms) E well, -
.Tbe South will acquiesce in any reasonable The Government of the Society is entrustedto to society, surrounded by such a family, andoccupying were eleven yea and one nay. The Madison C. 11. Fla. April 6. 1S50. 13 4t B run, Mr ,S .. A 1fleattyMrsEJ
: ;, came from Mr. H. Greene. ,
, I settlement. Hut then we afk for justice 1 Board Thirty Six Managers. all Lay. such a position, social and profes. lay Benjamin vtcClre.8FBrownJ ;
fie stated his point of doubt and after Just Received and for Sale, M Moore.GW of .
be let alone, we are met !It y the sensefe men, one fourth of whom go cut: ofoflice each sional, as did Dr. Webster have, besn some
aDd to @houl discussion, he declared it removed. The IA BARRELSeztra Superior White Wheat FAM. Barrow, Kn D McIntcre.G ".: ;
.and insane cry of Union, Union." Sir, year, but ate re eligible. In this) Bard are found guilty of such a as has been family of Dr. -Webster informed of 1U JLY FLOUR of lU celebrated .'itbioa"brand. Cle=e tS Mij. Jac '

i diRgust d with it. When it comes from 1011.) those conlfc.lad xvith) tho Protestant cOn'icted of-a murder unparalleled: in horrorin veidict the was not the CulberaonThu&.ss. n MarshaiITt.oms A .
am : Church tho the night it was rendered. Friends, 10 bsrrels extra Magnolia Fou Criig&Dan.! McMillan, Mitt C .
gentlemen who are attacking us, it Episcopal Presbyteiian, the annals of crir ; .
Northern however, undertook tho task of James H M _
Crow Miilao.
band of( robbers had.iunded Dutch) Reformed the Methodist else' talked of paring their 25 superfine llcjltrn Flour ;
ear as if a Episcopal; Thl'r was scarcely anything "
on : 9l\uhia ,
mind M
ftlli my for it. The awful disclosures 2 casks: clear Sidcj, barter, n Lfcary. Sidney
a dwelling: and xvhen thp inmates I he Bpli t, I the Congregational, and i the So. yesterday but his conviction ; and this morn made to them, were 2 ribbed C03pJand Or flobt Morris Mrs Sanh eCoxJamnes

Attempted, to resist, the -sntlants: choqlj raise rietv (f Fi lends. LIMIIPII: who are cirectof!! ing, at an early hour, the conrt-hou was William H. Prescott.on Sunday The morning by Mrs. 2 Shoulder, Mai?, Anthony .

bout of *. Piac4' union-harnjony: !4" It"tber for' life by payment of S 130, ministers beset by an eager cio\xd, xvaiting" for the scene was m., 1hear.rendii1g 1 tierce Sugar Cured 11am, Cain. Daniel McVoy. Daniel -
tbe .
and the wails Albert
and shrieks Johaxharleaten. Nuns .
will do justice we do not need their are lie!' mmbt! rs by the payment of $30, are I I opening oflhe door, that they might get in could not le concealed from the 6 1 boxes" Plain Candles." hattmin.. Ozlaniki.Alciandcr .. .
Sperm
l lectures. As long as they refuse it, .heir dechrations niubotisedto' attend and vote al the meetingsof and hear the sentence pronounced upon him. Every effort has been made bv their passers-by.friendsto BERRY & ROWLE3. Cameo, James R Okelumski, FA" ''j,

seem miserable, hyi ocritica! cant. the Board. At ten minutes of nine o'clock, Professor 'he Auctioneers and Commission; Merchant. Duvall, John P Form Omtan.EC '

WHEN TflESE THINGS COMli FROM With an object so noble, and a government Webster was brought into court. He looked assuage grief of the afflicted xvi.'e: and April 6. 1S50. 13 It Drake, Zacklevau Odum, Mrs Mary A .
daughters, who up to a late hour confidently John J 2 Prer. A or Wm Collin ,
SOUTHERN MEN I HAVE EVEN LESS so Iree from sectarian influences, the American gloomy, but bore up xvonderfully under the
expected an acquittal. A letter condolence! Rail Road Notice. Dvan Mu Julia Porter Mrs Mary
RESPECT FOR THEM.[ Even the most Bible Society commends itself to the approval position in which he was placed.At was presetted them afternoon D! 1\'fkiOlt. J 'feotlu.., Miss 1hrJDobDbeimeor

cowardly I men, xxhen threatened with personal and support of every well wisher of his ten minutes past nine, the judges took signed by lie heads of on Sunday all the = Dr H Linden Miss Fanna .. .;

injury do not usually announce in advance Country and of the human race. their seats on the bench.Attorney families in Cambridge nearly, including the principle lion. _f' 1NOTJCE ., < DevanI',E R t' Papena.Long ,. p
DarQeyiohn Payne.F
pubrnil all the chastise-: Since its organization, this institution has General Clifford then rose and .
to
to
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they mean .
that Edward 'Re'ed.
Everett, Jared Sparks, Professor Nor. is hereby given to the Stockholders of( Duval" T
choose in. been engaged in circulating, to the extent of stated the fact of the trial of the prisoner, and '
pent which an advetsaty: may to I ton Judge Fay, &c. The immense crowd Hail Road Company, that on Dickensoo.WS Robertson. Mrs Mary
flicU And thusc person* who, seeing the n,. its means, the Sacred Writings. Already it the! verdict of the jury. He then moved that retired from the Court Room and its Thursday, 27th day of June nextan election wilt F4vvardJohn L Kitter.J E '

attitude ofthe North, and its ntirner- has issued more than two million {five hundredthousunc sentence be pronounced upon him. vicinity be held at the Office of the Company in Tallahassee EVt'retCnIJ cue Roby, H M :.
rrffoivc in silence, and without the least disturbance". for seven Directors caanige the affairs of said Com Eason, N XV Reed David
pott'cr-tleclare in adrance that for their Bibles and nearly four millions of The prisoner was then called upon to stand '
lea : pany tor twelve months from that date. Eckels, Robert Ramsey. H '.
part they intend to submit! to xvhatcvcr: the tamtnls. In addition to this, the Society has up and Dr.) Webster stood up. Stammering.-Dr. Turner, Newark, N. I R. K. CALL, Pres. T. R. Co. Engir.gfield, W M R"il".t D L ,

majority may do, are taking the best courseto aided, extensively! in printing and circulatingthe The question was then put, '' Have you '.,.'in a published note on this subject, says- Tallahassee, April 6,1 S3D. 133m Evan*. Miss Mary Robertson, J M

aid our assailants, and need not xvonde.i if Bible various parts of Europe, Aviaand anything to say why sentence of death shouldnot Permit me to say that stammering is caused 'ormey John PFederirk Peives, James ", :
Mrs Eliza S
: the country regards ihent as enemies 'the Africa. The appropriations and applications be pronounced' upon you ?1" by attempts to speak with empty lungs. In An OrdinanceTo Fear.WmH; 2 RawU.Robert,Thomas ,

J South." bribe Foreign field exceed, this year S30.000. The Doctor did not move his lipc He singing, the }lungs are kept well inflated :, establish a Free School for the City of Feeny, Win H Rhodes & Co .

Much as the Society has done, it never has II merely bowed his head, as in token of his ac and there is no stuttering. The method of Tallahassee. F rtuneJ R Skrine.VVSmith

, Ds. WJDSTJR.-TIe conviction of ihi* un. had means to meet fully the demands upon it'' quiescence and took his seat, with the air ofa cure is, to require the patient to keep his lungs I SECTION 1. Beit Odainedb.,' the Citi/ Council Flanders Alfred John M ,' ,

fortunate man teems to have taken the public for the Word of Life. man who had made up his mind for the well filled-draw frequent long breaths, to j That a Free School be established Ferguson, K II Sanders. L M .
Mrs Maria Sanchez. S
Fearce,
for the education of male children, not under
(oat of Boston) by surprise. The press of The American Bible Society is seeking as vors?. speak loud, and to pause on the instant ofl the age ot seven, residing within the corporate limits Ghent, John Smith MiM Hannah .

Philadelphia and New Yoik denounce the its leading) object' to supply every family Chief Justice Shaw then rose and said : finding einb-irrassment in their speech, takinga of the City of Tallahassee; and that a Teacherbe Grimes, John Scott Rev Mr .'

throughout the length and breadth of our Gr-d forbid that we should attempt to conceal long inspiration before going on again. I I engaged to take charge of said School for six I Gruler J A Stevens. Leut Vf H

whole trial as discreditable and uuf l r. The land, with a copy) ufille Scriptures. Its pleais or be prevented from indulging those irrepressible cured one of the worst cases I ever knew on months, commencing on the first Monday of April Grambling.oP Sci.tt.John
A D 1 M 2
Gramblmsj ,
Philadelphia :North American says there were to s* nd a Bible Distributor to every family feelings of interest t, sympathy and corn- this principle. and first ending session on terminating the thirtieth. on I Ihe day thirtieth of September of Au Uat., the Grace, James J Spauldin Slade, Rev? !trGreenDrSidnej

irregularities against nil law, common sense, who should either sell or give\ them :Bible. passion, which arise rponlaneou&Iy in our Lamartine has contracted to xvrite twenty SEC. 2. Be further Ordained, That the Teacher SrithSC .

and common justice permitted on the trial.- This, whether contemplated in reference to hearts, at such a spectacle as is now before \volumes rnrnnnrcs for the sum of 10,000. employed lor the period fixed by the !irt section of ,W Wm Scott VTillian j,
the greatness of our population o the extent I Ii'C dn most t sincerely fiom ihe bottom this Ordinance shall be paid out of any mone in I the Grace, W Spear.
The New Ywik IleralJ that the verdict -- G.udcinJame! Spear George
says City Treasury not otherwise appropriated and at .
I territory over which they are diffused, is avat of our hearts, coidially deplore the awful condition SHAKER'S FLUID VALERIAN.The Hvn-an, FrancisHunjphry.Jtrs.es Smith.J "
such times the City Council order and direct,
be the result of ti i as may
believed
li to t own ight I
prejudice undertaking.But into xxhich crime has brought the J Scott, James
I prison cnst vjhuMe cuie ID Nervous Irritation, a salary at the rate of eight hundred dollars per an .
that the independent press had ever-. the Bible Society does not confine its <>r at the bar, and the deep affliction: into Headache, Sleeplessness, &c. num. Hand, G i r. Severe Enoch t.

where i? kcn against ii, and that petitions efforts to our own LnnJ. It is aiding in giv. i which his crime has plunged! those who are Hire it Koilcnce .'in>ile! SEC. 3. Le it further Ordained, That children }Holt Hoderne! John, W F SpiowIs.CStephens, Benjamin
lug the Word of Life to the :3T 9 million of r more to see him around the fmiily circle residing beyond the limits of said City, may, upon
were spontaneously gotten up in New YorkandP1i1adeli.hia Il\ Messrs. E. GRIM.ET & Co :- application to the City Council. be received and admitted HuTiprjs, SamuelHerrington Swart.; Gf"'fge

for Dr. Webster's P\ldotl.-I: China, to the 150 millions of Africa, to the gladdening with his presence the happy Gen'If men:-1 Hivinsr for a brv timebeeTnubjec- as pupils in slid School, upon :such tercisam] Nathaniel mJb.Sg
Hmdoo( to the Mahnmuu'dan! to t the Pagan hours that they xveie wont to enjoy together. ted to the most 1 violent of sck headaches which: at such rates: as w\y be hereafter fixed and prescribed. Homar., C 2 Stephens.( B

The excitement in many of the Northern cities and to the PapUt. Here i i. a xxoik, noble We have fo you, the prisoner at the bar. theconvicted nothing see ,1t-d! tor iseve, I tried ioine time since the I SEC. 4. Le further Ordained, That the School HoLimuEHHenderson Smith,SCSmith.
bo the increase and the : Shaker F'iujt'jteriari, as !sold by you.9 I had i t hereby established: shall be under the general direction Mj C .J C
enthuiam ii the .
appear to on enough to jubiify ( \ most exalted murderer, hose pilgrimige is. >onto Havens. S JHunter. Tatem, Dr 'm .
I tried other: preparations of I this medicine ithout j ot the City Council."ho shall for that j-urpos? 't
believe prevails that intellect, and great enough to the I end-we have fQr you no xvotd of i Mrs ML Th ijna RFclardTjcjint S'
opinion, we generally las present iK-nefit.l I did not' tely much 01 this you afii.rd.-d me. I be a Board of Trustees,and shall have all the powers '
Prof. Webkter, ha. not had a fur trial. united energies of every Christian and Philanthropist consolation or earthly hopes to cfT'r you in Hut seeing it was hitIy' approved by ph>sicians. I and perl-irm all the duli 'I appertaining to thera in HaJj! WiUuraHamilton ;:*, Rev HicbirdTfcrma l'
in the civilized world. the hour of darkest ; but with heartsofsyvnpalhy chemists, 'i<*. ; and u$ :cl in inv of the hcsjniaU nt that character. B F *. J..hl1 F IIhIl. .

Forrest the Should the reader wish to aid in promoting and f feelings Ifcion the deroutest sincerity the country: I adapted iN! use. When I aisurpjoathat Passed in Council, M rch 2-j, 1S50. Mr John M II JataHi TFu mas. S W .
cMr.. distinguished Triote.Gt'or.e
trage. ve"
nearly Attest.G.
week loi ten I hare A true -
every years; past, copy
the and noble work, in xxhirh the American commendou the
not to D
we Tedwelt.
great justice W. HUTCH Clerk. HiH.JamnM! '
!ian hating failed to a divorce from been agonised with the lroost"eft' sick headache, INS.
< procure Bible is engaged, he do so for be the lot of xxho shall 1I.Hi tn.R Inlly.RF k
Society can justice man, how can I express mv iiratitude tor the benefits af- March 3MSy)> 12 4t
hii i wife 1 by the IVnnsrUauia L'lillatureIn.. by tending his.contributions, cither to the I hope for sh'lion-I.ut; to the m rcy of the fiTded me in your Fluid ilstrart Valerian: ? L-- I Jjnuey, J M C Therr. Mrs Susan .I. ,

Forrest has instituted! [ a suit in New Yoik fut Tieaturer tf one of ihe Country Bible Societies Heavenly Father, with xvhom you will\'e jUva\in% but a small portion: a q-iut refre-hin: sleep: is SPR1NGGOODS. Jones.JtfTcoaf Alfred, J B Tr1 Tf Lt'f\J. Dr ille S,B\\1600 4
afforded flOm which I wake without
a divorce from her husband. The New York or to Geo. Clark, Tallahassee who i is full time to nuke your peace nnl Iiom slightest t unjdeasant Cle, sensation- stomach undis- J.iiner JcsihJohnion ; 3 Tvrn.-r. A R

Elprt'IIIII : "The case is likely to excite General Agent of the American Bible Society abundant nieicy xve may al us only hope turbtd and my head fiee from pain.my Many o// mv X. S. JOVC5 A Vicke r*. K N 7
for Florida. The Mr. \5 received a Till supply of SPRING AND Jouiden, 11 C Vickers L 3
contrhulions sent to patdon here on earth, peace and happiness friend are u-in this medicine with equal benefit l'T
unusual interest and feeling, both from the I SUMMER GOODS, .c., which he offers for Jones, JohnJameson Van Brunt R Sen ..
other
.f Vjlerian
.
C. xx ill be acknowledged one of the 1'alla.hassee in the world to comi as myself no preparation ( ever .
!' N Dr Thomas J
Dr A Wilson
sale on the rao-t moderate terms. :
the the proiriofany benefit and I wish tube without I
of Divorce never
to
;
con.picuouscharkcter parlies and in the of the
papers publications [The pri oner here was commanded to K y1: 2 Williams, Peter
it, as through i its soothing qualities I only find Spring Goods.
and the homes which will A. B. S. stand and he I K\Ics, .\ndorsonlliTt',Edward
important u up, rose not falteringly, but with .MCS<" from I the fiercest 1 fi.ndjof comfort," tick
110 doubt be brought into Court. The payment of the 830, constitutes one some show of firmness.] headache ind nervvu iiritaiion. Print and Muslins of different varieties, Kindon George "William Mis KWest. ..
Collars &c.,
Lace Good and Laces Capes, Kent, RKellv.MIs .EG
individual! a member of the A. B. S. for life. Judge Shuxv then pronounced the sentence : _l.LlZALil[* I*II C. S.\UDER, I Gloves, Hosiery,Paraols. Fans, Flower, tc., ; ::,: A Wardro"t'r. Mar! M

C.&tuoR FORTU .-A Washington The payment of 8130 constitutes him a Life You, John \. Webster, after a fair trial, Salc-m! 51 red, I Huston.CCJ i Ileadv Md.ie :Suamer Clothing-jlso for I Boys. Kiau<;n. Wm Warner, Mrs S
EDWD. KRINLEY & CU., S.1e! Profnetors. Gentlemen's fine Hats, White lad Black Beaver, Walker William
If'ltcrin the New York Jourml of Comm; rCf Director. and with opportunity for dcfCf\ct have I Knnpp.Mrs E j
every For sale by them in diiv qnj-itity? anJ by their appointed Panama Leghorn, Tuscan, and Palraleat 1at.AlsFrei :. Keith, PhMip;! H Wri2ht, Wm A J
lays : been found guilty, by a jury of your fel- Ag-nta la thi United States anJ C.inadas. Gaiden; Seeds.StaDle Keilb, J J WileyWiIfiam! .J .
ofthe\ Her all.WASHINGTON I' .
'
Ciirrcfpondenec
A ;entl'mlfiom California, now lier, locliz'I', of having on Friellhe 23d dye LEWIS & AMCS, Goods. Lprskr i H J Walker. T S ,
March :31. in the S..b:\z..r.t.. "F T.tt'.h.in..
year our eigh Lake Jackson Ua tist'nltiruff. Joseph
that Col. Fremont is the richest in rn\'l'mhcr.
fdjs man: -. Domestics, O3aahurs. S'irtinzSheeting; !, &.c.. I ,
Church Watson, I I"fid.
the world. His gold! mine will probably! !bea&Ifkble It is my melancholy] duty to inform you that Ijlfred murdered and forty Doctor nine, with nrilire a. --- --OBITUAKY. i j Hardware,Carpenlrr-o TOllb. Crocktry.anJ Glassware Lay I n I II Wheeler.ZG .

in a few years, at six tnili! ns ankCrf' the Hon. John C. Calhoun, of South CiroliIIH forethought George Park. Died: in this city on the 4rh instant: af'r a short i j IronSteel. and NaiU. Lee, F G '' t''onG W I

Mr. Wright mentioned to day that I.e departed this life at a quarter past seven man, in your pnvate room, in the Med.cal; College and illness of rLfZ\BCriI TILj j Groceries. Lee John WailaceJnhn S

knows of spots belonging :o the Guvcrnment, o'clock this morning. The sad event has in Grove Street, in Boston. I is now LI GIIAST severe ,seNnd daughter cro'-.p of James T. and Miry J Bacon, Lard Fluur Rice, Tobacco Starch FTsh! Lonely, J C Vourge Cot C C J

v-bich are worth eix millions of ciollais an cast a gloom user the capital and is the topic I I the duty of the court to pronounce upon you I IArchrr.n J Sugar and Coffee Crackers, Currants, R.i"iM.i Fig04. .. -.. Persons calling for the above it Ur9.'fill
the xxhich the ? -(! 3YI' IoI. 2 monthand 4 dm. J Pecans, ,S'ice. Ground the areativertUa'L
and
sentence 1 law impo and will from ten to .of conversation atrl) universal .
acre, produce tx\eiity '
percent --
to-day Sodi .c., il. NASh P. M.
; Potash, Salarnttis. Sal .
n'.ret. ciim It is therefore adjudged, declared, and u ---- -- and Race (Singrr,
I year on that mm. amon* our citizens. I Regular l\lee ngf1"IIREill : i i Wines, Teas, fine Lnu..r and Cigars; Saddlery, April (r. IS50. 13 3tBuggysIBuggysI
commanded I, this that be h
I During) the whole yesterday, it was evi. : ) court, you taken be a Regular Meeting of Flo- !, Travelling Trunks, Woodware, &c.
07 The Communication of .* A Voter" i is t dent to those who had access to the sick hence by the proper officer, to the prison of ;tl Archhapter, r N. I. t'-ii Thugs and Medicines, ad Points and Oils and ;_ r
: the 'county, and there kept in close custody usual hour, the Masonic Glass. M.-dicmes of every variety usually required
at
.
mpectfully declinell.J chamber, that the lamp of life was nearly exlinguibbed received at my Carriage Repository
until such time as the chief magistrate ot this will! fake notice, and on Plaitdtions.: Old Dr. Townsend' Sarssparilla; ; JUST .,
and Hall. Companions govern 5 Eugg.s with tOf:.
that if within a few a I i-
Townsend's S-irsiparilla. Hasting'sCompound
IJurs also Dr. S. P. ; iI
Commonwealth shall I his official themselves accordingly. Uv order of the U. P. 10 '' wilhfDt f. ,
Tribute to the Memory of Mr. Calhoun. change did not take place for the better, his by warrant JOHN B. T.YLOR, S.cretJrg.April Syrup ot Napt ha,Lucena Cordial' cr Elixir R -fj, ,"
1 ckl\ny.4te3';
appoint, when y'u s'jall bo taken hence to Animal Galvasic Cure All and rlf ,
r In pur&uancef a previous call, a r'ftpcta.I I demise might be confiJently expected. Indeed of execution 13, tsr.q n 1 I tie L'Amour, Dnllv's Extractor.: :1"Cfr..I-1 and Carryall 1:..;j 4: I ,
and there
he Pain
place Misical '
Llf\; n-imber of the citizens of Linn I he seemed conscious himself that his tie ; pllle which will be sild on the bet of terrrv ..
t County PerfumeryBooks, and Stationery: ,
,
career was near a close. hung by the neck until you are dead. And $20 Reward. | AUo-Jewelry Also! on !hand Kiddles, Bridieddle and single
aMtembled the Court.house in Tallahassee moral
y at may God, in his infinite goodness have mercv from the aSsn iber. sbotf the first of &C' .C IIress! and Ht'r variety rf Goinisa-'d! ,War s csu-
about o'clock lat WAY I .
the 10th irist.t for the At 10 night. Mr. Vena- T) \\'A Tallahassee, March 30, !SV 12 4t
on Wednesday purpose so'il. all\ found in d Saddlery[ Establishment ; and all kind
on your 1 V January last, a light rornplexioned m-jiro fallow j
of North Carolina read him let. tD
to
; tribute of LIt some --- ---- (woik don at the shortest uutiee. & .
rendering some appropriate respect The prisoner heard the sentencexiih named PRINCC ab' 'it CO J.MI (.f age, abaut fivelcet j i 1" .
ters which're adJressed to Mr. Calhoun an School for Young Ladies E. HULL.
by Select ,
to the memory of the distinguished states. S or 10 incfles! tu.h, round fail, remarka'-ly
man and patriot JOHN C. CALIIOUV.GOT. : persons at a distance, and xvhich reached unhlanched check, but as it appeared to the beautiful: 4'hite Ittth, vt-'y tare feff and bands! ; is I Ii. j jis QUINCY.npJIE March t Ira, 150.: 10
thai eye of the spectator, with a troubled and sadlened ech draw Is out hM WOrds w hen ; .
mail. his ,ana
Washington by day's slow in !| ;
:THOMAS unown called to next se--.ion OflllijSCIlOOL"iUcr.mmenceIorldJY Cotton Plantation for Sale. ,
j' the Chair: and A. E. MAXWELL Esq. Shortly afterwards he addressed Mr. JosephA. heart. answering aque-tion.: iV-> particular marks about .1'> J. ) June 10th. Having en3 t"d:1O ac- '
appoint nI..ed. It is'' sale PLANTATION
He which he could be feco LIE suhsrr.ber otfers Ic.r his valuable -
was removed from thecourt hlo1 bf>dy by
Sooville who with him imme(1atel\ and experienced Teacher to take chargecf T
from the
ed Secretary.On was commencetnent tlie: i! cr'mpliched .
: he mij be-omewhere in iieizhboihood situated six mites' and a half from '
f motion of Col. R. F. of his sickness till the last momentof to the prison fJIO by the crowd, who probible been I the Music' Department this Scoool now afloid- ,.
Whitner, a Committee of Thomas county, Georgia, he having born in .und. Tallahassee en the Th'-inasviile R ad, consisting ot
of seven was appointed by the Chair his death :- were curious to a glance of his face.It said county. Toe above reward will be paid for his : every facility! for ojng Ladies to acquire ion. a s 7-20 acres nl! !superior Cotton land-ftJOacre of which '
Fducat
: I Read low some of which is not supposed that the execution will safe confinement in :any jail, so that I can get him thorough, and dccomplishrd .Ire cleared and the remainder in the needs. It base
to repoitsome action appropriate; to the occajion. very tie paper J. PHELPS Principal.
take place soon, as it is the desire of n it a compilable D\ eltiDg HoK! ,, y.iod Negro
I[ said I in the I very ev. aga1" Mr3. PHF.LP-S SMis
I The Committee consisted of Col. B. wiJhcd morning, as am .cr .
all
HENRY WA"H.Sopchoppy. Houses, Gin House.{ Sorcw. and improvement,
) the
one to'c fjll time Teachers.MiqsTOWLF. .
feel ile. cry prisoner to make HUBBARD, >
F. Whitner! Col. Robert Gamble, Rev. F. F1I April IS53.: 14 2m ne\T. and it will be sold on reasonable terms, as the
H. Rulledge[ Ifon. Thomas U-iltzell. A. L. About half past 12 this morning; a change his peace with Heaven, and that if any ono March 30, S5J. 12, 3 lOt subscriber has determined to co to Ca' fcrn 3. Fur '

\\'oodwj d. Esq. t',:-G.),.. Wm. D. .Moseley took place for the xvon>e. He had: been una. knows aught that would lighten his crime, or SPRING GOODS. -- Quincy, iratorrna!ion.enquire at this Otlire, or to the suhert-

and Hois, D. I 1. Hogue, who, having retired Ill fur some hours previous to raise the mater remove afforded the to charge from the him, opportunity maybe THE (subscribers are just opening their Spring I Cisterns on New Plan. ber on the Plant.tion.: _pnrnT_ _u_ tr._., TTATL______ ..

for a short time reported to the meeting the from his lungs and his son turned him on his produce testimony. which has been hand well, consiMin and carefully of f Staple selected TERSONS wishing CISTERNS placed on their March 16, Is.'.n. 10 .

following PreurnUe and Resolutions which\ side to afford hi.n some relief. He remarked, by an ejperienccd Goods,' Hardware. Groceries! Oils. i. Lots, in a cheap :and durable manner, can be accommodated 1-. J f )
of no use I receive no relief 1 Obsequies of Mr. Calhoun. and Fancy' Dry Station- on application to the suh-criber at Notice.SIX .
were unanimously adopted. : I's ; am Paints, and GI S9. Crockery, Hollow-xvare! ,
By a dispensation of Providence, JOHN C. sinking. Place mo back a I was. I !have WASHINGTON April 2, 5 p. m. 'crY, Furniture, Clothing tc., .c.in short e\"t rytl'ing HJlObn:1 to e.all who His plan hue is adopted one. that it-a has certificate given satisfaction of months after the first publication of this no-

CAtnorx ha closed his no pulse in my wrist : f it. The medicine: In the he-E'd"d by the planter and his family. A3 --. I shall applvfotheHon. James E. Etocme
useful and distinguished Congress devoted
*
long, e day was to the fu. ereafpart of our stock is bought with cash, we are which will soon be published. Judge of Probate for Leon County, for a discharge i
I career ; and in. evidence of our ([an opiate) has had a charming t'f cl. I feela neral obsequies of Mr.I CALHOUN. The Sen. enabled to gin good bar Jin'. Plea-e call and we. W.H. TISDEL. from the administratorship of the estate of George $r '

: high appreciation: of bis moral worth and pub. warm glow over my system." ate was called to order at 12 o'clock, but Ion". McNAUGI1 & QKMONU. March 3 >I. 1V 0. 12 4f Young,decuse}. !ate of Leon County. Florida.! ,

i lic services and character, we have convenedto He noticed that his son was very much a. before the hour the galleries, and every other Newport, April 13, lS.')O. 14 Fruits &c DAVID D. YOUNG I

to tender appropriate honors to his larmt'r[ and said : portion of the Chamber to which \'isiturseould Groceries, Adm'r. of George Yonng. deceased.
memory.It Nails. TUST received Schooner William K.PeHf from March 113, 1650.' 10 Cm
'I is therefore, as the sense of this meeting : Why do you set up ? You had better go obtain access, were densely crowded, and hundieds Nails J New Ode per .
awan and Fall Kiver Cut ,just ?ns,
1. Resolved. That we deplore as a na. to sleep.... ., I .. xveie unable to obtain admission. At 80 KEGS received!and for sale bvr.IcOAUGIlT St. Louis Flour Rio CoflVe, Plow Iron. \ !
lional calamity the event by which our Country Ills ureaimng tiaa become very dilucult.He ten minutes nast 10 o'clock th. rnrm1.pre. nf &. ORMOND. Tobacco White tean!, N assortment of wide Iron sy S. 0, and 10 in-

has loft one of her truest patriots, ami pro. said, *breathing' has become very harras- the House of; Representative( ; preceded;: ;':' :: "by Newport April 13, 1S5O_14_ Olive Oil, Oranges. A t"hes.lluirable for Plows received per Schooner*
sing to me," His son lay down couch Brazil Nut,, Lemon, Abell and for sale by
foundest statesmen,-a pure and exalted char. upon a their officers, entered the Senate Chamber, Claret Wine. \\'hbkev, Hum, icNAUGHT & CRMOND. -

acter whose cstraordinarj' abilities and vir. near him but not to slt"t p. .-t about 4, Mr, and took the teats assigned to them. The Gin Claret Wine. Newport, March: 9, 1S',0. 9
received
tues illustrated every eminent station he occupied. Calhoun called him and addressing him, said, Judges of the Supreme Court, and the Presi. A FEW cues superior St. J alien, just For !sIe! by S .

"John, come here. I believe all that medical dent and his Cabinet soon afierxvards entered, and for ale by McN'AUGlI1' & OP.\IO\D. ALFi.ED: E. HOC. W. G. M. DAVIS, < : .

;; 2. Retolved, That the name of Mr. CALEoc.v skill can do wi l b.of no( avail, feel my Ihose i in tie; chamber! rising to teceive them. NewportAPril13, 1S50. 14 Much 30, 1S5). 12 ATTORNEY AT LAW,
_
mint ever be conspicuous in American pulse I hart- Take all my loose pap"r The President was cotinducted to a sear on Watches, Jewelry, &c. taken tI.-> his alxnie at Tallahassee, and will .

annals alike for his liberal!, enlightened and out of the drawers ; also my watch, and lock the right of the Vice President. The Diplu. London Porter. subscribers have just recei HAS in the Courts 01 the Middle Di"II iI. '
them in trunk." and pints, just received and for THE and of Franklin and Jacks,'n Counties. .
up my CASKS quarts
comprehensive policy; the wisdom of his nvatic corps[ which was largely represented, a good supply of Goods, f i
2 McNAUGHT & ORMOND. & r. March 0.1>*.V. 9Provisions
counsels, and the integrity and independence He made the same! request last evening at occupied seats: near the centre of the Chamber. sale by > 1SSO. 14 among which are .
,
\ orbit a quarter before G. He spoke the last words A number !' Newport, April Tobias Gold Lever Watches &c.
character, as for his prophetic sagacityand large of the officers of the' Silver Levers, _
devotion to constitutional liberty and which were audible, Army and Navy, and other distinguisad men Saratoga V/ater. Hunting L'Apien and plain Watches, A BARRELS MHSS PORK,

equal ri; btl. 'S I am resting now very easily.. occupied the sofas in the lobbies. At 20 DOZEN (quarts) Congress Water, just re- Chums, Seals,and Kejs. 'it6 I uo. Prime do. T' ,., '

3. Ilcsolvfd, That the talents and servics Mr. Vcnable, of North Carolina, who occupird minutes after 12 the coffin containing the remains )0 cei nd and fur sale by Bracelets, Poaon. Pins, Rim! Eannin;-f 5 \"'"S Leaf Lard. '. .'. '
McNAUGHT & OR IO D.f'wportApri113 Bosom Buttons, Sleeve Eutlonj 2 hall barrels Cranberrin, .
of the next called and of the deceased .
Mr. C.LLUOC.lhiIJited throughout a room, was came was brought into the or' '
side!
1S50. 14 Oold Pen and Pencil Cases, I hhd. clear Bacon
'ionjj course of forty years should ever bo held in. Mr. Calhoun extended his hand ; his chamber, in charge of the Committee of Ar. : Gold Pens in Silver Cases, 1 do. slwu t't r da. ..'

in grateful remembrance, and though we were eyes wele'ery bright, and ho was perfectly rang rnentl, and followed by the relatives, the New Books. Silver, Table, Tea, MQstard and Salt Spocn', 10 bbh.! St. Louis Flour. _

If preserve ilence, yet posterity will render conscious, but did lot t-peak. Mr. Vcnable South Carolina delegation in the House of FINE selection' of I the Novels ol the day, to- Maible Clocks, 5 do. planting Potatoes, "

jutfice and history consecrute his fame. found that he had no pulse! and poured out a Representatives: i and Messrs.I James G adsde 11, A l1.tter with rrnny others, such as UrucesT in Mex-Life Plated Setts of Castors Waiters, Spoons, .c. &and(. Forks, 20 1 bushel hhd. fine PHif S-u-GIt.'r Coffon SeeJ, .,.,. 4

(. Retolttd That we tender to the (ami.y part of a glass of Madeira. He raised his Thomas Gadsden, John Russell, E. C. Jones, and Travels Hutnboldt's Travels sale Rambler TDWLE & MYERS.Marchj23 10 bnrrris Rcctifii-d Whiskrr. .- > .i

) and relations of Mr. CALHOU?, PUt syrnpntby head, drank it, and then sank back upon his William Patton, John I". Carexv, Edwin de ico. Los Gringos, .c.McNAUGHT. for by & ORMOND. IS50. 11 Jut rcc'd. per schrV.. n. PetlM. and for sale 1 1HcN'AUGHT by.. ;r

in this afflictive bereavement which pillow. Mr. Orr and I D. Wallace, of South Leon, E. B. White, Lewis Griffin C. J. Newport April 13. 1 1&50, 14 & Oh 10Nj. I t

they in common with the country have sustained. Carolina, came in. When the door closed, Kershaw, and MidUjinman, Whaley as innurn.er Administrator's Notice. NI"WpC1rtbrlh 9. 1S50. 9 'r.. : .

Mr. Calhoun turned his eyes in that direction, .. The corpse was (placed immediately Paintings and Engravings.A NOTICE! it given that:3r: 1ic:1til\n will! be nadeto Turpentine Axes1' & -: .9
0.
5- Rctolttd That as a further testimonial and was perfectly conscious of every thing that in front of the Vice President, and after the and choice assortment for ale by ; of the Circuit Court lor the Middle
A McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Circnit of Florida, on the 10th day cfMay next, for supply of the above Axes; also, N<'. t
of our for the illustrious passed. He squeezed' his sons hand convulsively performance of t the Episcopal funeral service AFRESH ': -
profound respect Newport, April 13, 1S5Q. 14 authority to sell the Heal Estate of the late EUiedSimkins 12 Cat t PIn.,!, exin points ; xd. deceased, xve will ourselves and Wft invite; ; his lips moved, and his eyes were very the Rev. C. M. Butler, the Chaplain of the _. deceased, under such conditi na as the in. & Spear's Cut and Wrought Nails! ,&:.. tc. ,.t .

our frllow.citizetiii throughout the State towear cxpressire. His voice could not bo heard, Senate, preached the funeral sermon, having ACTION OF ASSUMPStT BY ATTACHMENT.Haley terests of the infant heirs of the said dec.
the usual badge of mourning for the and when some one leaned over him, if to taken his tet from the 7th "verse of the 87lFPalm. BJocker, require. JOSEPH F. BYTHEWOOD. & ORMOND. ," .
I Amount, sworn to $1,417 50. Administrator of Eldred SimKin, dec. Newport February 2i, IS.5t O 7 :
ifWC of thirty days.Oa listen, ho moved his head, if to ,1 The piocession, was then formed
say
00.
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B DrT 'Uainae. $2S'J Jefferson County March 23, lS.3. 11- \ .
t motion of M. D. Papr, E j.t A. L. cannot speak." His brtaiiiing was very Senators Manguin, Clay, Webster, Cass, King J.!!I defendant adewell.o, and S all other persons' interested, ._ ', :R. H. LTJCKEY **" /' .
i '* OODWARP 2v : hard until fire minutes his death. One and Bcrrien officiating[ as pall.bearers.I IIIE S. F. ,BtfRNEY
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] tras appointed by the meet. LelJre' are hereby notified of I he commencement of t th.e Pm-CIPALofthe Female Df'.srlmtontoFlrrI!;, ,. 1 _
'ng to deliver a eulogy 09 th life, services and hand rested upon his brau, he raised the There were upxvaidd of ixvo hundred carriage above *\Jil, and required 10 appt ar.at the nexl Term, -rXTOCLP refpecttjlly oil the arteijtim his prepared by ltC'J April f$ .

'I ebradlr of( Mr. CALUOCX, at such time aIm other and placed it once or twice upon Ilia in the line of the (procession, which moved to (on the fourth Monday in October, A.D. 15ja.'ot) V V friend and the public generally\ > lw larc accr.Enniftd't thirty jcunz ladies> with gcnfe!lnrd, .-

may fccieifter designate.A head. Probably the last tush of blood painedhim. the Congressional Burial Ground: where the the Ciiruit Court.for the County Leonand Stat a"d w.11 assorted ,tock of SPRING and SUMMER conforlabla board, at $U> p ,( Committee of Florida, anJ plead to the declaration filed I thereia. GOODS, comprising every iritcle both fJn'v'lIr.d{ vHHhi : incbrf..d. Iii. hnii.' i. .rotn' d .tcrIui : 11
$W rt, Messrs.. R. B. Hilton, S. Toxvle, G. When l the breath left the body, i was remains wer/a/ deposited to await their removalto WALKER & GVVYNN. slapl.,ujU.Uy *<'Id in tlb market-all 01 wbichhe_ ladies onfy, and all!)lheintr dis of tbos. irpmilttdp j; *

t *. Utlker, BL I), Papyand B. F. Whittier, like a long drawn breath. I was last, South Carolina. Attorneys for PIJintitf is receiving dailv. to hU care wiltbe itncttv poarrled. : ,

; "Gol tb-n appointed to nakn: suitable arrane, and all wa, over. He died I easy at an in. I i The public! offices were all clweJ, and A prill UI!1550. .U 3 Mud: 1,1S5. 1P Thotnsvilk4, Firuv If. !.&). 6 I'II

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AEILtTY-S&CURlTY-PERPIIT UlTr. cgal Sttwcrtiscmcnts. State of Florida-aadsden Circuit Court. Business Carbs, &c. I CAUTlpa l,Xruo

IN CHANCERY. -- A man by tL. name of C/f
--- -- -- --- -.------ rh and I .aD of the sftrns nf 8. P. Town,.",$. IInd I 011 lit
$900,000. fill for Injunction Relief Cotton Brokerage. 11. Pitsi ... to
In Chancery. i I 'P a Sasllparll\a, 'hlfb: tb.r call Dr.Towate". lICIt
Greenuprn01J and Frances Arnold, I S..

THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. Western Circuit of the State of Florida. rs. BERRY & ROWLES, I .dflnltlDinaCnclt,dncrnr. ,sad n..er GFVl.l.VI'Or'nl ftlbflt el". ThI.To,4 .
: ?as (
JACKSON CIRCUIT COURT, FALL TERM, 1S49. Reuben Scotl Auzuslui Flurry William: II. McMil TN addition to their business as Auctioneers and I. toad..caul!.,and lito -.. Yu ),. WmPrlyawok,,11II nut
usnrnl"
YORK->0. 3. WALL ST., and C. West.n tltellil.o r.
OF XKW ) lan Benjamin t
Wester ,
Elias Complainant, I Commission Merchants will give their attention I th.pnrpm. laiBlaj milt R.T what ttkw II bqt Thi .,
Accumulated Fond SOy 1st H49 $1X>0,. w. > Bill for Divorce. appearing to the Mtisfaclion of the Court that o tl.c selling of I COTTON for planters and others : the r.K tto WORiaiXJL n.t.III" punchas.UF.XUMR .aOft.1 katt1

NET). Il'Cltrely invested in Bonds and oMI'1 tg1lgel Nancy Wester, Defendant. ) ubf'l Scottone of I defendants, resides with. .vho may not find it convenient to attend and wait.l OLD Dr.J t.T.'a4'a-

on rut estate in thii city and Brooklyn, and Mocks TT appealing, upon affidavit to the satisfaction of out the State so the ordinary process of Coiut can. 'lot the .' arrival of the steamer?* Deina always on ; "rill" hul": on it lie OM: Pr'.. I.\.e&. .. CanlJJ
3 Nevr-York and UnitedState9Gi'trnmenf. 1 the Court that the defendant: resides out of the not he served him : // is therefore Dt creed and I and his COa& lit
f the Slate ar City upon he spot, they will be re1I1)! to take any advantage othe uuo. ie"tare scrim: the e.mt of sit,,,
Western Circuit and out of the State: It is Ordered, Ordtred That a hearing of the fact 'har ed in the market that may otTer l'riJUI".4 J;". til'/.c...,. r..6

,This fund it rapidly increasing by a widely extended That the said defendant be required to appear and Bill be had on the third' ((3d) Monday in May, at Samples may be l left for exhibition. Charge moderate ". n"
bu.inc thi bill of complaint the first t in Quincy Gadsden Count'It which time said defendant
and pro4peiou *' an'\ver on Monday aid picmpt returns( made. I
The Company declared a dividend of profits of fif March, A. 13., one thousand eight hundred and fifty, may appear and plead to or answer said Bill : i January 5, J55O. 53 If

')'.two per cent on alt exiting policies on the 3Lt and in default thereof the said bill shall be taken .Ind it further Ordered That a copy of this Or. I

January, 19 IS. pro confcuo;" and that this order published in der be published in one of the newspapers: published LEWIS & AMES ,)

divided the Insured. some public newspaper in this Slate (for the spaceof in the Circuit once a week for three months at least. ,
AU Profit are among ,
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t ; : i I three mouths before the day ordered (or the said Quincy, November 17,1849.THOMAS DEALERS: ._ \ tfl;
The premium are payable in cash annua\y. scmiannuallv BALTZELL, Jud e. '. L !
DRUGS .
hearing. MEDICINES
PAINTS '
OILS. + }
r quarterly, interest on th GEORGE S. HAWKINS. JuJge, .c. A true copy-Attest, I 1 4 :

deferred payment LJJJg1IGAY'S WM. H. MITCHELL, R. C. LESTER, Clerk Gidl Ct. Court. Toilet Articles, Perfumery, ic, Vi'indow Glass I ".{ .d f ,

The cash principle adopted by thi, Company ,e. Solicitor for Complainant. I. FERGUSON: ., PAINTERS': BRUSHE AND COLORS, r to I. 1
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"relto the parties for wlio'e benefit the insurances Solicitor for Comp'ainant.IVbnmvO I .'"'."- .Y.."-, ..",
without Apothecaries Ohiss Ware Ac. ., .
are effected, the whole of the advantge.. 1 lS.r). 5 3m rIl ,
objecting them to the heavy drawback accumuUlfd Slate If Florida, > I, Samuel C. RelUmy, Clerk .-- --- T II Elbo\'e constantly on hmd: ,and for sale at the .
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Jackson County. 3 of the Circuit Cour' in and for -- -- lowest market prices. : /Il : :!

Ptuon.premium nol effect t. insoranc on thtir own lives said County, do hereby certify that the above is a I State ;of Florida-Gadsden Circuit Court. LEWIS & AMES. \\"li" 'I
may of the order in of CHANCERY.. I 1'. -/ _
true original parsed case
and the lives of others. \ married women can in. copy Talbhu..ce..pmhet 20.1847.( is .
tar the life ofber hu&jaodthe benefits which Elias Wc'ster vs. Nancy Wester. Givei under my I. Mary V/oodward, ) ---. .----- i'b t'I'
EXTRACT OF CANCIIALAGUA baud' and private seal, there being no sul l of office Divorce. MIMOX TOWLE. : t\\ \ 1
are secured bylaw for th< exclusive U:1 of hersulf or vs.'S Bill for MARIANO D. PAP "/ z., .. .l. .''.... ,
children. A C.I.U'OHSI.lIAST OF HAKE this 21st davof D?cem er.\. D. 1S-19. James J. Woodward.: ) TOWIE *? PAPY .. 1'
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Clcrg rind ) &Rt! all others dependent( upon slaritl SAMUEL C. 15ELLAMY Clerk [ nAi.] appearing to the satisfaclion of the Court, by OLD DR.) JACOB: TOWXSEXD.TIIC :
MCPICAlj VIRTUES.A NATHAN S. WATSON I C.Januarv5'lv")0. IT Altorneys ord Counsellors at Law ,
specially invited avail themselves of a resource By affidavit in this cause filed (that Jaires J. Wood '
mseuVCItSR OF
ORIGINAL THE
whereby their surviving families may be secuied CERTAIN PREVENTIVE AND CURE FOR : I 52 Sn_ _ ward the defendant in this cau!e,resides beyond the HAVING' formed an association for the Practice
-- of this Court, and out cf the State of will I (;'cnninc Town enl Sarsaparilh.At : .
from the evils of penury. Fever and .Igtif, Consumption, Coughs, Colds, In Jackson Circuit Court. jurisdiction attend the several Courts of I the
Pamphlets explanatory of tlie principles of Mutn- Influency .isthma. Bronchitis Scrojula Uout, Florida: // is Ordered, That the said James J. Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the District Com t f ( Dr. Tiiwnneait (M ROW about 70 year nf if. IDol hat )Innc
al Life/ Insurance, and illustrating FALL TERM I ISJ WESTERN CIRCUIT. Woodward do appear plead, answer, or demur to of the U. S at Tallahas-ee. All bmine-n entrusted 1 wan knoni an the! .lUTIIlltt IflSCnyf.RF.I .>{ 'ft.(
ad\ntatfl llkeumatifinturafgia, Erysipelas, J."mboso, i VEJVVI.YK OR IO I.Y.I I. TO PENS:.'/) S.'tfl.Ss,..ltl1.
with forms of application imav be James Yown said I Bill of Complaint within three months, or said to their care will receive attention. .'*
obtaine Paralysis, Plcuiity, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Costiccnrss. prompt I /-'/ Being [MO/. he wa coripellfd t<> lun't it* ItIDUt'Lc111t.Io,
Wall st. or its Hill for Divoce.ViceyYown. I Bill will be taken eonfe/tfo against said defendant Office the ft hlch II has b line ol nmhet. and th.
office: of the Company, : any .f Piles, Di/sentety, Jlrvpty, Lictr Own 1'$. pro CCJ- Capitol. I menni .en kfj-t 5al.! cif.;
J In Chancery. the Termot I ium. Ihost only who had proved iu worh, l .
ent'. Millions $ and the cause set for hearing at next February 17, IS ):. 7 I all oov.U "
ptainti, ComplaintsYerrout.1jfeetion[ hud
I value. It reichetl the er nf ninny nrverthelrt*. Mth
TRUSTEES. Cutaneous Ditordirs, Fteers in Generalrri- appearing to the satisfaction of Ihs Court by the Court in May next at Quincy : Jndit is fur. p
305. B. Collins. David C. Col Jen, crAojjr*, Obstructions! Ftnxts, Indigestion, Deptattd IT otlidavit in this case, that Viccy Yown, the de- liter Ordered, That this Order be published in some MEDICAL NOTICE. (tom ile"ta, pruclnino-ii in pue1lenr>! n mi wonderfulHEALING (

Wm J. Hvl p. Alfred Edward and Defective'Ippctites, and all diseases lendant in this case resides beyond the jut isihiction! public newspaper printed in this State once a week I POWER.
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that he hnd. hv hU
R. II. MCCt1lh'I. Beltn, originating illCou'tllatlou of this Court and out ol the State of Floiida, and for three month;. Dr. Charles T. Darby I.erience.lvl''cJ'sit go.article which wouUI li,ik'fT.m mi.ilu srfr..rIn.I

Fred. S. Winston, Joseph Blunt, in the State of Georgia: It is Ordered, That the said 2J Februatv. 1S50. ESP1'CTFljLLYannounces to t the in table r.i van wen in mink ml when tIle ni.".n. wml.l "fit,
C. W. Faber Isaac G. Pearson, of the Ilovrcls .t Vicey'own 'do appear and) plead answer, or demur THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A R eral that he has permanently located public himself en-in I nish'd Iu hrint It into universal notice, when it* m*.ririi .._
'mil Th.i
Vllu"I"e Lint
Known appieciaieil.
Jihn P. Yelverton, Henry \\V1U, IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. te the said bill of complaint within four months, or true copy-Attest, Momicello Florida, and will be found at all times I the rirtu's menrn lire np'lieil| : this II.> r".eI
Theo. wick, Wm. Mooie.Zi'bodee the said bill will be taken "pro eonfrsso" againstthe R. C. LESTER, Clerk. unless professionally Strict OlUND 1VI) f'"F.Qt"IF.f PlF.F'/l.fTft.J.V'
attention
Say n. ColLins, Cook It gives tone and vigor to the <*icllti\'r; OI.1IJS, said defendant : 1'iorided, That the publication Febiuary y I, 1S50. 5 3m be paid to all engaged.calls. ill manufactured on the \ltre s."ie.and n cai'M' for !I.... zJ
and i isremaikable: for its\ .11111I; a till g, .S7ietigtht ning, de in professional I jilt the length "n>J hre-idfo of the land c'ecitil lr as .s u... ..1.1I i
older be public
Miller this
John H. Jon of m some .
Swif } newspaper May 5,1549. 1 IS I (IncajHiI'le of uczeneratioii or H.It !l.>"tmn.L'niike .
David A. Comitock, and Restorative Properties. in this State a 'k for 'he of Gadsden Circuit Court. .
J.hr <\ printed once \ei period I young : P Ton nvmt'i.it iinprnrri with R: anil
S. M Cornll. IJobrrt Sliujler Publicly admitted t by Dr. Townsend" Manufacturer three! month GEORGE HAWKINS Isaac Fer;uon, Jr., ) Attachment.rs. i GEO. \\" 11 U 'I' C II INS I lever chnneei. but for the better:itcotn it is preMr| * of Townscnd'b to be lijic prtnerplft by ft inentijc man The hisheil knowvdfi! *
Sarsajiarilla
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Jtmes Chambers, November IPili ISt'J. Judge Sc. .
Gouv. \Vikin.. > In Assumpsit.Rciilien Cheuutrrv, and the latest discoveries of the art. havea!!IIw..
John V. L. Joseph Tuckertnan, Far Better than Sarsaparilla." JOHN MILTON, Scott. ) Sum sworn to j-332 SI(JO. AUCTIONEER crur.'b. mo reqiiliitiun in the rmniil'-cinr of the Oht' flr.I '.
Moses H. Solicitor for Complainant. interested I SaMapnr.ll-t. The SnMxpanilit r..t. tt n well known tit medico
Fred. WhiUles and l all are
'v, Grinnel ;:J- In corroboration of the above, read the an- TilE defendant persons T.-ILL.1I1.1 SSEE, FL. I nen.cont.tm iiaay me>1icinil pri>i.ert Charles Ely Wm. J. need communications as notified of the in-titution ot the above are inert or u'e.en. and other wh.cn if rpwmcii in )>te-

John C. Cruder EutieneDutilh, Conclusive and Proof Positive. State of Florida, > I, Samuel C. Bellamy, Clerk stated case by attachment, and are hereby required REFER TO I pnnn: it for u''. pr Walter JOT, Francis S Lithrop Testimony Jackson: County. J of the Circuit Court in and for (to appear and defend said suit on (the 3d Monday in Messrs. H. BOND, J. W. ARGYLE, D. C. WJLIO.Y, to the ytum Some of the properties of Sinapanla!
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volatile. tn Alfred rent J. O. Thatcher. FROM THK URAEFL'MICRG COM I'AY.: said County, do hereby ccitify that the foregoing isa May next, at Q'linry, or judgment! will be taken by F. H. Ft.\ooT.J. HODSO.N and J. T. ARCHER. J I preparation"e.o if they< they.ire not entirely ureirrred eVllp..raland ny a icintifc ire 10-1 ment in the,

JOSEPH B. COILIS. President. Sir-You: are aware that, as Ihcoiiginator of the true and correct transcript from the original older default. January 9. j'5f). March 10, IS.(19. 10 I J known ontv tu th' .e expcrrnc: .d in it'onfatt'i'e .M'i'-.r.

ISAAC ABB ATT, Secretary. Graefenberg Company I must t have had mv attention passed in ca"e of James Yown vs. Vicey Yown, sue- I. FERGUSON Jr.. Plaintiff.! j I" the.e fI<" ,I.principles. H uieh.By..iifT..ut v"pi>r. .r ain ,rn.l l
I. ton. under heat are the very r> !' mrdica. lineriHit.
JOS. BLUNT Conniethr.JAMES call d to I the numcioui Medicines presented to in:: for divorce in said Court. Given under my hand Fcbl"r 9, IS-'a I 5 3m /. L. SHIELDS, 31. I>. J. S. BOND, M. D. whirlJ give ui it r : it* value. prirprftin

B. G A t BLR. Ag't, Tallahassee. I the public patronage. I have watched with much and private seal, there bins: no seal of office, this I I Any person can wiii .>r stew the rni> :011!1 thev i tt 1t.|a-lsroorl

January 19, 1530. '-y interest the introduction of the Canchalngua into 'Ust day of December A. D. I H19.SAMUEL Middle Circuit of Florida. Drs. SHIELDS & BOND I from liquid which i Is more. f t.m the r..l.n! "'Irn; t:,. root tli8

this country! by jour-elf; and am free to say that no C. BELLAMY Cloik tt'By -] Mary Elizabeth Fort, ) associated themselves in the I I iiiBid.any i.r.etfin thins ei wine' r. iour'ho- ui.i.-e""! men*. ,''rnm.n.' thn ten JIIMIM.I till .:ora".-548.3AIMRII.I.A ;i d.

GINS. Medicine .tand! ill deseivedly high as jour extract NATHAN S. WATSON, 1' C. > Bill for Partition of Land. HAVING together EXTRACT OJ'Itt"P." But nucn .* nt me
COTTON r
i of that invaluable plant. In inyotcnfanii'y I hate January 5, lS5fl. 52i1.iiCkSOfl 3n r of Medicine, Surgery, .C., ofler their I t artirlo |lean" n a s the

1 seen it* extraordiiuij clficjcy, in the cure of a confirmed -- -- --- -- Zicluriali C. Fort. ) i service to the citizen of Quincy and the surround- I GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSAKSAPARiLLA.
the Court that Zach-
JESSE A 'r SOX case nf Bronchitis. For complaints which ; : I appearing; satisfactorily to '. in:? country. ; .
Circuit
I.T County Court. I ariali C. Foil, the d.t'l\hot. does not reside in' Th'i'n 0" that .
all the .
prcp'red.
the and Quincy Ausrnst 11,1S19. :;i inert (.">i rti < i.f the SirsspsrilLi
require prompt ihorougl.: purification yf the of It ii Ordered I riwii :tre tint rpitiov..i. v .
I CIIAr\CEHY-FAI.L TERM, Nov. IS-iy. this State, bnt the State Georgia : rrry tnuts e>tnMi>e n; 'i'wii'
GIN M.VNCFACTCRKK, Mortil!, I deem jour Canchalaguafar, very far sn acni iir of formeniMirtn. l\ extmcj" and re pcirtt thi
the s.iid chariah C. FOlt, and! all othr Thomas Jeff. Heir : n every
That person
I
the Maltha Eliza pirtide! nf mrllll,1! | virvio is secured in and
perior to and all Hitrfapanllus oj the Whittington, ) a miro o"eMrh'oj
Palmyra, Lee County Georgia, any day" i int..reIcll in the premises of which partition i issought form ; an J !hu. it i* r"n<:>red iEC"['ai!le of llnl nj.f iu v,in-
and tcith them all lam well acquainted. c*. > Divoice.Ephraim ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW .
inform his friends and the public bv thi-5 Bill: do appear and answer the said abls and h -ilmi&propurfe Prepared m th'sway. it is mats thjQluft
1roULD: fcne. J. T. MARSHALL.FROM Obt'diahrhitlinton..) practice in the Cir! tit Court in each jovierfiil affil in the .
in tins filed within three
Vi that he continue the above t Kill of Complaint case WILL
r.ly. [IT appealing; to the satM.iction of the Courf.'bjaffidavit the date hereof. of the Middle Circ Jit, and in the Supreme I Cure of innumerable diseases.
hi* old where he will be happy supply' them inthisca-'C, that EphiiamOhcdidh Whit. mouths from Court and United States Hence the re'non n hv we hn.-ir C'limieniHtmn. er.ry .M.
with .first rate article. A. an evidence of the AX EMIMSXT t.\\VVnil IX XOKTHAMrTOX: I iington, the defendantresides beyond I ii' jurisdiction The piemises for P irtition, ol' which the Bill is Tallahassee.Monticello. Diitrict Court a la iti f.vor by nee. women of his work he would state that out of the filed, i is known and described as the following i Ir.ictsor in'r rure oVnrii
tjmhty ilASSACHfSKTTS.NORTHAMPTON .
I of I this Coot t ami out of t the Slate ot Florida, 29 IS.JS. 2S CO..SI..UPTI /}'SP r.P.'H/l. ItlfrEt cn.v.
lirce number sold him the "ar, not one ha. parcels ol L\n.II l Ivin; and boinz in I the Co-inty: January i
by PLqxr
past y RIIToU.11.iJTJS.1f
Feb 7. IS-l )1. and in the Slate of Geord.i : It is Ordered, That t the in SCR0J.t.1.-1 ril,Kt.
fall d to cive pifecf : !i.facli<>n-and would as refrenre said Octlialahilli"itnn: I do and Leon State of lloi ida, to wit : I E: i N W \, See '21 ; I CO371i'5.V1.S.' IIoi! ccr.i\-i-.ors 1:1 l."PT.3. '!
Dear Sir-I have long wis-cd to see ,uu, th.t I Ephraim appear W S_> i2 all in T CARAWAY SMITH,] [W. S. DILWORTH. PLiS, ( : ,
W S \ I I "
<' givethe, name of( any one who h:. one of his might gibe you an accurate account of the lematka- filcad, :answer,or demur to tin- said bill of complaint W i N W J. S.o'U ; i c ; n/.tL !:{R rOF' TILE( BLOOD.0fl

(;insin use. He I j" intending enlarge hi.eitablili- within fcur months the aid bill will betaken 1 IR Nand W. SMITH] ] aATTORNEYS DL"W] DrlTH] r
I .
or : EI5 .
of
ble cure my only daughter: ol \iolent ca That (
m. nt ron..idt'ublIhill' year by n-hch: means he will She is now alu.ost three jcarsef In pro tonfrs"u'n azainst the said defendant : 1'rnri- It M further Ordtred, a copy AT LAW I I, hdig'ttio {tout .1ttditv of thei'rtwa.i. limn uwijtial frenlit-
be enabled! to till'ordt'r.'hit'( 1 h..tr he wao in- age. published once week (lor t lie space of two months t.on. ,,1rtermn'.t4.n "fl"',t tt> the i'J., paiiM.iiinii ol, tfttlntrt..
That the of this order be made in
February la.t, putrid so es upon the lips, fjce and dd. publiration in printed in I the city of Tallahassee II cold feet and hanJi.coM chili ...1 bo: P,het over 'he ...1It 1
to some MONTICELLO FLORIDA.
withOins newspaper
able do "Jperior
ifposiiblr ev.errnanutaetiireiin
to ) any glands mad their appearance, and incieacd with dome public newspaper ;piiritcd in this State once a hm not its .qualln Cvim and Cougki ; tml |ronmta em npectoraiinn '

uthwfstj-inGeorgia. 'Hethiuko I (rightful rapidity; one of her c-jes also became >o wecli for the period of three months. S'late aforesaid.THOMAS BALTZELL JuJ July 7, 15-19. 27. I nn-l cntl |loerlHr.li..o.! rei".ui; stnciore ui the
that ear's experience ftublet him to make a ; Icnei. throe and every <>[h--r pirt.
every j GEORGE[ S. HAWKINS &c.
ulcerated that to all it could Judge,
article. badly appearance never 1st February, 1 ISoO. But in roth ns i U H, e".IP.nc'l: More minUe'tly! seen ard.c
little better again be restored. This continued for lib:, weeks November 10th! lbll A. E. MAXWELL kaowled than in all k.njj and Rein:;a practicalmecnanic, and v. ithal,determined JOHN MILTON A true copv-Attest, FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
t the child being a most horrible xi i.ht, and I the heart
that none but Ginsnt the ,'r,' first claxs shall be man. of her almost broken. whole Solicitor lor Complainant. OSCAR \. MYERS, Clerk. ATTORNEY: AT LAW It works 101 ond"M in o.t.esof f'uar.y.'inj or ti'Jiiiti. FiHiifaf
ufolctur..d in his,iiup,he ''-lisaeinjwarrantin. ;them parents During the of Febiuary 2, 1550. 4 2m t>, Wvmb. OuftrutteJ. .lopprt.,,. ,,/'a-e-'iu ..Mtmt. /'r.!..rUy
this period we used SARSAPARILLA I IN LARGE -- attend all the Courts of the Middle Cir W the iiien.trail penoils. Itnd the ,ik. ; and it u ei.'uciuaj
to operate to th' mtisfiction ol the purchaser. He QUANTITIES but the disease W.U not nireMcd in State nf Florida, > Samuel Bellamy, Clerk -; ; \WILL fjcj-: Office over S. F. Burnev's Stcre. la cnrloJ aU the forms 1)fIll Cd..rJ.JU''I..
will deliver tlvtn tree of chsige to purchasers at the least. While the disease still/ at its of the To Building Contractors. removing obstruction. aDd ,; :atm; th. renvrit .TSlein.
was height, ach"ol1 County, ) Circuit Com inland: fcr Tallahassee, Oct. 27, IS-I'J. 42 it tone and
their plantations 1 I happened one day to call at the store of your very said County, do'h'rf'by ceitily that the above is a "PROPOSALS to build a Court House in the town ___ ___ 'I, all cue".rm*, nfIS'ervous suen'tb to lie uhul l body and ttuutr.rek

All engagements made with his travelling Az nts, I gentlemanly agent in this place, and relating the true ami current t Irai'script of t the original order i'- J. ol Quinry, Florida, will be received until the S. S. KNIGHT, i I diseases and deTiility,
'
I
or order to the Proprietor at Palm)", shall be in which child afflicted he advisedme next at which time such offer and thus prevents or jrci!, .- f .dirt.
I manner our was i-d l incase Martha Eliza Whittingtonv praim Obe. first day of .Jpril t C'f I> v 1' > on'r TU!
promptly attended. to make a trial ot your Canchalagua. I took but diah Whittington, suin; for divorce. as !shall hive been made, will be submitted to the Wholesale! & Retail Grocer & Provision Dealer, :: as ffi i..l irrigation.. .\"e"'#/YJt&, oS:. Yitit' ttart. >w aiitf

{:*'Repairing properly done in the most durable one b.jttle having no ronSdence in itbut commenced Given under my hand and private u\ here being Board of County Commissioners for their decision TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I II I FpirptlCVfx.It de"BM. Ihe taTl.11nnt.blnnl ef
manner. giving it according I') your directions, stopping no teal of office this 2Ut day of Def"woer, A. D., thereon. The proposed building is to be of brick ; I Ike llol tcll. and pves :ood d ?'iioa re'-cve the b....u n|
(rt-: He is also Agent for the 131. of Chapman all other medicines ut once, and in just five days Ihe I 1S-19. two stories high, and fifty-three by fort '.thlee feet KEEPS constantly on hand.andoflers for sale at a torpor] nod rontt.pation.; "j.y.: in1-tmm.i-n.! punttxs th. skin'
R nd UV t Co.'sCAST mos HORSH POWER SUGAR advance on cost, for cash, all the equalises the circulation ,f th* bi.niil. p.<.lnc f11 naii'Ja oarnith
Southwrotein and Florida. swelling vikibly decreased, the ulcer began to heal SAMUEL C. BELLAMY, Clerk, [81:.,..] dimensions. The draft of the building, with the ard articles in his line. Flours of approved 5tanI-1 equally all over the bottv nmi the .n9e;; ,"t' Mn.tra; ,
MILLS in .
Georgia
and slit improved rapidly for tin ee weeks,and to our By NATHAN. WATSON D. C. specifications, may be seen by application to James : axes strictures aid tightness. r Contracts can be made with my Trellin A! nts. ifies-Sugars, Cotlees. Teas, Bacon, Hams, Perk, Iht wH\tr\ nervous I Unotthstbtn
very great joy was appatently cured-leVs than two January :), 1 ISW. 51 3m M. Gilchristor Charles H. OU Punt, two of t Ihe committee yea
Any information wanted with regard to the C'1I"t and butt & having been n""I! Naming this case to some residing in the town of Quinry. All com- Soap, Candles, Lard, and all similar articlestogether The medicine IOU |.re-eininpil!! } rpod !

operation of thse mills can be obtained by addressing of our incredulous friends,they seemed to think that Middle Circuit of Florida. munica'ions on the subject must be addressed to Ihe with Fruits, Irish Potatoes, Onions, Nut, |; Bile can any nf lh ie ti.nt* b f sniii of S. I*. T..wn.etJd'lar-
inc at Palmyra. Lee CountyGeorgia. Raisins, Figs, Ahnondl,and all other articleiujually ': nut article T Thn young nla,*. ;,0.,1 i. rnt to Ite
the must have been effected by the of the undersigned, at Quincy, Florida.
12 cure use GADSDEN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT I found in similar establishment. COMPARED WITH THE OLD PR'S.wtoM .
March 30,1550. Jy SARSAPARILLA and it not under the \.MES' M. GILCHIMST, ) j
was (" of
easy, ) one GRAND FACT thnl the one 18 l.ClA3LXOf
In I Slorenex'djor above G. H.
,.
circumstances, to argue against that opinion : BUT Chancery. CHARLES I II. Dfl'ONT.V Committee.DAMF.L MegLnntss'G4Mor.roestreet. 'I l>k.T illUKAT >N". ia4NEVER
Tax Collector's Sale.
.
NOW FOR THE PROOF. When the child appear Isabella Ward ) M. HINSON, ) I: SPOILS,
irtue of the vrsted in law I Divorce r April 2?, (19J9. !7 ly i while the other DOt:. : 4I1U";. ftr ir..tif. and iL'vin t\.
; 7t
BY authority inc by ed to be perfectly cured, we stopped giving her your vs. > Bill for February 10. >. ._ Settles containing. it into fnetuf, ; the i.nr. aeki lujaid .'ph'
have levied upon and will epowe| lor sale, before extract supposing) all was safe; but in twen.'y-five Edward F. Ward. ) -- ding and dtmagtng otner goods JJuit not thi bf
the Court House door in Ma'iiwn on the tint I days the same eruptions, running at the eye, and I-r having been made to appear to the 3tida:tion of Notice. GEO. H. BESTWICK, I pound I* pouonou to the *ylnnaHh.a! put uid iatyitcm C

Monday in June next,the following described land, tliw..l1in/1 began to rttuin. We \\t iled five days tu J_ the Judge of this Couit, by affidavit duly: filed months alter date, I will apply to the Hon. Vi'holtsale& Retail Grocery & ProTision'Dealer, acid 1 already Lo we not diseased all know wttl th&t and:what\Vhat, :loud r.iu sonrs
or so mich thereof as WIll satisfy the Taxis due see if it would amount to any thing serious. It increased .1mOIl. t the papers in t this caM.4.-that t the said Edwa SIX e ..f Probate for t the County of Jefferson for I achi. what nii rhlefs it produces 1 tJltOftnce.rlburn.. p&lpitut.on -
FLORIDA.
thereon for the ,ear 1M9, to wit : rapidly a* before. We again commenced .. Ward, the defendant in the above Bill, resides out letters of diw.i'sion as administrator of Anderson TALLAHASSEE. I, ; of the he liver compla nr ditrrtia. dy.enr..ry. col.e
T1ieNEec11TIR'i.NandEIheSWSecGT | giving her medicine, and iu fi\eda\", (the arne ol (Ins Distiict and bejoud Ihe limits of the Stateof T7"EF.PS constantly on hand and for sale at the and corruption of the blood! Whit H rroTula but an an4
jour Sneed late of said deceed.
County humor in the ? whicti
Whit the humors
1\ body alt
the : produces
for cashall
I, It ", N and belonging) to George A. period of time as before) she began to grow better, Florida, and in the SUfe of Alabama : WILLIAM 1 SNEED. lowc cash price, article? in : bring on Kruptionsorthe Skin; calj Head ilt Rheum. F.ry

Mclatvre.. and in about. two weeks wan well again. Fiom thai // is hrrtly Ordeitd, That the paid defendant be Jefferson County October 20 IH9. 41 Jm t this line flf bu int."s'i. Flours of best qualities, Sugar, I sipelis.' \"bileellm2', ttver Sores. and .ulctrtihons in-
,
JOHN H PATTERSON, day to this, the child has been perfectly well. rrquired to appear and answer this Bill of Complaint Coffee, Teas, Bacon Ham!,Snap,Candles, Nuts, Raisins Urnat and external It is nothing under htren. bat an ticii)
: sabttar.ce which and 'spoils all the fluids of :hfeody .
thus
Tki Collector for Mdisnn County. My father, l.sac Hodges, of North Adams ras., within three months from t this dale, and in default Lard, Whiskey, and all other articles usually i more or ir"sonn.. What CJ'lb" KheumntMin but a soar ol

December 1.IS*9. 47 Cm a PHYSICIAN came to _ec us with the intention o iheteof. the sJid Bill shall be taken pro eonftsio Co-Partnership. found in similar establishments. All persons wanting acid Ituid. which, IO'IUUIIP itself between the j..s and. ".-

prescribing for h -r. but as we ere using your medicine ) against t the said defendant and t hc'caue sh-jll be ,r"IIE subscribers having ociated themselves to- to purchase any of the above article, are respectfully wbere lrritii.n. and inrtani'ng tat delicate r..S"U"i* np..whicli

Tax Collector's Sale with ":t'c"'a, and the child improving rapidl. "t.t fur hearing ut the next Turn of the Ciicuil .1. eel her in (the APOTHECARY: LINE OF BUSINESS invited to call and price them before buvin -'- I It deranged acts? circulations So of rri\oui, and diseases n.arly all of the imponty ailmenu ot the w hicb blood affl.P! ol

virtue of the authority vested in me by law, I ho did not condemn it, but left his own prescription Court in said County G.idsden, on (the third Monday under the firm of NASH & TAYLOR re- i
B have levied upon, and will expose! for tale before to be u.cd in case your Extract failed. We had no in May next : Prociilcd, That publication of -clfully solicit the p.itronaieof; the citizens gene Store formerly occupied by L. & II. Greenberg ,. Now use thisj50ti..Mi is it not oorrible ta mike and sell. sad ixjiae.f **rt.to .

the Cojrt Hna..e! door i in Ifathisonon the first occasion for it, and I afh sure he will now recommend this Order be nude in some public newspaper published i ally-. They have ordered, and are exporting in* a I k Co.,corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets. :FERMENTING. ACID "COMPOUND"

MONDAY i'iJUNKw tthe following described your medicine iu similar cases. in this State once a weekfor the period of few days, a general assortment of MEDICINES: May 12, IS19.! 19 I OK S. P. TOWNSKND.:

lands, or so much thereof as ,,iII satisfy the Taxes Your obedient servant, t three months. February 1 I. 1":'. of (the best quality. They intend to sell none but an nou'd: lm h.ve ,it nnilt-rstood that Old Pr. J.cob

due thereon for the year 1819, to wit t HORACE J. HODGES. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A such as are good. I To the Florida Vol.intecrs.T "01 \n
The S E i and N E of Sec tO. E; i N W 1 of Sec true copy-Allrsf, Their store is opposite the Court House, on Monroe [ ,. LIE undersigned will attend to the collection of of Heaven hts intfr-or forhm iwranon thni we should!! eat in an aniele whlth oil!

10. WISE t.StC 3T 1H7, N and C., bcloni iug l'nOUR. WINSLOW, RANKER, WALL ST., :. l". R. C. LESTER, Cleik. street, adjoining the Post Office. claims against the State or the United States bear the mn.t rtisi.nt resemblance to S. P. Towps<>iiil' trtielifod
to Edward Bryan. February 9, IS5IJ. 5 Hm lIII.FASII, for services rendered! by, or supplies furnished the i, I which should bnrjdmn H|.)n the Od! Dr.surhanmunala
New York, Sept. 11 J, 1S43. J UNI US L. TAYLOR. Florida Volunteers called: into service of the State i load ofcomplninii and cr.nhinatiuns from Affenu who have s 14,
Atil", lots No 4 and 5 in fractional Sec 2. N 1. Sec To Frederick A. Cay, Es'J.: State of Florida. and pnrehsse, wh hate uej 2. F.Toivn.ends FE3T1a!
33, W i. S E !, an. E i, S XV !. Sec28, T 10, K '. Dear Sir I with December 2'2,1519 50 during the recent Indian outbreak. COIPoUM_ ).
cheerfully comply
S and E., belonging to JoV.n Miller. My your re. GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT IN CHANCERY. Fein: thoroughly conversant with all the forms I e wish .- uideritnod. beciu!. it is the aaslute Lesit. Ihi
quest in acknowltdging, with others, the benefit C P. P. Townemr, article and Old ,,...
JOIN H. PATTERSON, Scott abinetMakingsubscriber and IiiiiinFis necc!"?ry for the collection of the same, Dr. Jatoh T n Sttsaparilla
which I have derived from the use of your Extract: Dorothy ) flatter are heaves irjor .?. rf. .zsd irfaneiy dusittar; thai
Tax Collector for Madison Counly. Cauchalagua"or California Plant. Its efiectlt M. > Bill for Divorce. '. ... ---- "rlll- having taken the he .-* himself he will be enabled to give fu1i j i they are on..ke m every p.irt.cuUr, haviDi not OUC svgle: thaig
November 24, 1549. 45* 6m up. Reuben' Scott. ) Z : and %lre.R..uoll recently satisfaction (to those entrusting their claims with I ia com ion.
on my sjsU-ra sire evident and gratifying, and have. As S. P. T .
eml
him. j un is DO ijnctor, and is I*
I was
appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by _- 3 occupied I by Mr. Gerard Vingethoets, never
induced recommend its themi. t ,
to nn
me useto my 'friends; awl IT > phariaacetik. no mnre of medicine or di*
Hamilton County Tax Sale. I am pleased to assure you that in no instance haveI affiJ.n it in I his cause filed, i that Reuben Scott, t the prepared to Manufacture kinds of Cabinet Fur- Reference-All who know him.GEORGE I cue than any OL"r! common, nnjr..niilic. cniKulcstmiiitl win.

virtue of the power vested in me by law I been disappointed in its efi cacy. I do not hesitatein defendant 1 in this cause resides bcjoud the jUli!IHc. nit ut c,and has now on hand good assort men t which IV. HUTChINS.February genuine what pratee scitanfic fan the public have that they lire rettmne I
BY tion of this Court and out of the State of Florida : will be sold low for cash. G EO. DAMON. 23, ISSO.Fletcher. 7 uied.cine. containing all the "virt.W'' of tiC
shall txpose for sate, before I the Court Hi4* my confidence in its remarkable medicinal rjuali- article n-ed m pr.parinz it. anj w hich are inc iuh e ni l elms'*
door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County. Flu tiell. antl to state that I believe it will be found to be It i., Ordtrcd, That I lie solid Reuben! Scott do appear, Furniture repaired at the shortest notice, and on wnich might render them,the AUEVFS of IHe.k. n-te=<

i Ma, on the first Monday in June next, (16'! O,)) bei 115 an excellent remedy in most cases of diseases of the plcdd), answer or demur to said Bill of Complaint reasonable: terms. January 19, IS:'). 2 fra! Institute. benltli.lint! whn(]' should

the 3J Jay of that m-nth the following described liver and kidneys, in pulmonary afil-ctions, and also within three months or said Bill will be taken pro ----- t1'TIIF.nEAS, Madam Rumor says that students Ins eump-usliTely of medicine teepertettrrom or iliset e !ore I:reqoird.nb..ki a >*i"-

property. or so rnurh thereof as will be sufficient III in the purification of the blood, &c. That jour eonfcuiio against said defendant, and that the cause THE Quincy Male and Female Academyreopened I "V desiring to come to this Institution cannot finiii, etjwric-ice tu cools and erv ?np even a rnnuimn derratiieal.

pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for the merit in the introduction of this invaluable plant be set for hearing during the next Term of Ihe _i. January ;ihi. The second stssionwill I find boarding houses : To all whom it may concern I[ How much more important U it that:hei>ersun* who maBlacture

jtur 1845r, to wit may be appreciated, is the sincere wish of Gadsden Court in May next : Jlnd it is further Or- commence June 6th. Students may enter at I send greeting, that I hare in my house on i WEAK medicine STOMACHS, designed for

TheNW1oftheSW4ofSec1T1RI3, Sad Yours sincerely, R. II. WINSLOW. deed That this Older be published in some public anytime during the year, and, after the second weekof the hill at the liistilution ample rooms, well furnished should now well the medienl AND ENFEEBtED properties of SYSTEM pl-vnts. th',h* ti.innrr

E., purporting: to belong to William J. Mills. $>. Pamphlet containing a description of California newspaper printed in this Stateoncea week for three the session. they will be charged only from (the with fire places, for the accommodation of\ .)f Securing and cmiccninting thwir he lmr vumes,

WILEY LEE. together with interesting information in relation months. Febiuary 3, I'iiO.TlioIS time of entering. Board may be had at prices varying thirty students,and will promise to give (them plenty 'j Rinoaneitens.ve the i.nuwedge' !: of the various. diiease. which aftei!

Tax Asieir'or and Collector Hamilton Co. to the CA CJULAGUA,itHemallcablp efficacy BALTZELL, Judge. from $'> to JIO per month. For further particulars of good wholesome diet, three times a day furnish j'I It human I U to arre lysiem.t fraiidi an b-iw upon to;l.e.td.ijit unfortunate; rrniPii.p* to M iheie p.mr bust di ea'late eir

November 2<. 1849. 46 Cm and cures, are GIVEN AWAY at the AGENCIES.Sold I. FERGUSON, Jr., Solicitor.A see printed catalogue, which may be obtainedby lights, and do their washing, all for ten dollars per'' wounded h"nianitv. ti> Kindle h'--e in the ilevpainn: bojom W
true -Attest, to N. H. STEWAUT restore health and bloom, and -, and bn>--
ropy ,
LEWIS & AMES application month, one half paid in advance, t. e other at the :jr into the eru.ihed
by ,
Pain Killer. R. C. LESTER Clerk. Jan. 2i>, 1S50. 3 Principal. ken.ansi to bnnish inilrnntv that o.l) IK JCUBTO\V>SE7B
end of t he
Agents Tallahassee Florida. year. has SOUGHT and FWIJ.ND the opp..rzty and mean to bring
supply of Perry Davis'Pain Killer,just October 6, 1619. 39 Cm February 9, I 1S0. 5 3m P. P. SMITH. bis

a AFRESH: and lor sale by Notice. Fletchcrville, Ga., Feb. 21, ISSO. 7 3m Grand Universal Concentrated

T. WHITE k CO., Agent In Leon Circuit Court. months after date, I shall present my accounts IJemedvmjthin
Non' .her 17 1549. 45Bagging P. P. LEWIS IN SIX Honorable I the reach,ami t.i the kimwlidi of all who need it,that
CHANCERY.Caleb vouchers to (the Couil t of Pro- Raisins, Figs, Cheese, &c. they may ienrn an.t know, by joyful spvrience.| its
"" fl1 rr 'JY9Cil" II. Blood, Complainant, bates for the County of Leon, and ask for a final settlement Transcendent I'o\ver to Heal.
:, ( and discharge as Evecutor of t the last will 20 HOXES English Dairy Cheese,
determined to change his location from vs. 10 Drums fierh Fies, Sold wholesale and retail
AND SALT. for sale l brMcNAUGHT HAVING David P. Ifo ue. Adm'r. of C. C. Hall, &.C., and and testament of William Turner deceased.; by
ROPE & ORMOND.Newport. \ Ga. to Tallahassee, Fla., would Charles Mapes, 11 al, Defendants.IT MATHEW TURNER. 20 Boxes do. Raisins, THOMPSON. SKILUIAN & CO.,
respectfully tender his professional services to the, 2 ISoO. 4 Cm I Box Citron,
January S, 1S50. S3Notioo. February 102 Nassau street New York.
appearing by affidavit made in this that ,
citizens of his and the surrounding country. lie cause 10 Boxes Champaigne Cider.

will visit Monticello, Madison and Thomasville (the said defendantChailes Mapes, resides out of Notice. Heidsick Champaign Wine. And by LEWIS & MLS,

Ga., here he will be prepared to practice his pro. the Slate of Florida but in the United Stales: It in With variety of articles of the kind receivedper Agents, Tallahassee.

SIX months after dite, the undersigned will apply 'ltsioii in all its vario'isbranchies. hoping horn many Ordered, That the aid Charles Mapen do appear and T hF. subscriber having: fitted up ll! TANERYin Emeline, and for sale byMcN.UCIIT April 21. IMP. in-ly

the lion. JuJ.e of Probate: ('or Leon County years experience in the science lobe able (give en- plead or answer the bill of complaint filed in this this place known as Baker's Tan an!, has & ORMOND.

for Utters of lisintiioa' from the Estate of Arthur lire satirlaction. 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, 1950. 7 Blacksmithing100D .

Burner, sen. deceased. Ladies waited on at their residence. publication of this older, or the said bill will be taken for sale ; and will have fine BOOTS and SHOES OOD substantial f

JOHN. HART, Ex'r. References:->u. D. A. Drandon A. W. Preston, for conft-ssfd against him: Provided, That acopy made to order. lie has on hand a superior article of Bagging and Rope. all kinds, done at,the and cheap Elack Stable rnilhiPg, 5C*
6 1819. riGmNotice. of this order be published in doubled-soled NEGRO SHOES. He would here return ( Shop near my
some
September S. S. Adams J. II. Hilt, Rev. P. P. Smith, Thomas newspaper 1-ist
published in Tallahassee, for the space of four ( his thanks to the citizens of Gadsden and (the QO: PIECES Kentucky Bagging, cupied year by Miller k Erofcaw.
ville.Drs. -wO :CO coils Rope, January CO, IS-19. 3 A. A. FISHEK.
W. J. Drinion and J. H. Pope Madison Court months. adjoining Counties for their past patronage, and say bate Twine
THOMAS BALTZELL J to (them that he wilt continue to manufacture Leather I ,
I shall to the Honorable House. (l'
dtte apply
after
2X raontht Cloth.
S Dattd Not ember S, 1S49. Boots and Shoes, at his old stand in Gadsden 2 bales Gunny S. S. Knight
Jcdge of Probate in and for the Cuuut) ot (fcr: Office at Mrs. J. L. DemiIJ)) .. Just received Schooner Pettes. and for sa'ebv
J.ffer.oifrzzydi.cbarge as one of the Administrator October 13, 1St9. 40 Cm A true copy from the original. County, near Qnincy. lie will be glad al all limes per McNAUGHT t ORMOND. WILL continue business at his old stard, v uhrrS l>

of William Bellamy, late of taid County de. OSCAR A. MYERS Clerk. exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark, Newport February 23, 1850. 7 hopes wait ou such of his friends as h TI

cessfd. SMITH SIMKINS. Tin Manufactory. November 24,1849. 46 4m Hides, crippled negro boys, or his own paper. heretofore extended so liberal a patronage, pierr.i

Jefferson I"JanQary: l. o. 2 6m QCh Good Boot and Shoe makers, of steady habits, "Fancy Sugar." ing that alt hall have good articles lair pricei-
HAVING engaged ad.1itional'orkmen.. we are In Chancery. can have employment. April 23,18-13. 17

Notice. to fill all orders in our line in a CIRCUIT COURT, MONROE COUNTY FLA., w. H. MCMILLAN. 5 BARRELS extra fine Vacum Pan Sugar, receivedper -

I prompt and satisfactory manner. All orders from Tanallasget',rf'brltary 2, 180. 4 IyETNA Pettcs," and for sale byMcNAUGHT of
months after date, I will apply tv the Honor I the country will receive mmcd'ate attention. A MAY TEHM 1650. & ORMOND. Pure Sulphate Quinine.

SIX' e Judge of Probate for the County or Washington i liberal discount given (o mercha it h and dealers.T Julia Thistleby her next friend, Hiram INSURANCE COMPANY, Newport<, February 23, 1550. 7 ,It lIE subscribers have on hand two hundred 5IIJ

for( lettur. of dismission from the adoiinitirati .' WHITE} & CO. Benne, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. fifty ounces of Sulphate of Quininewhirh t the'


HENRY oNAL.Ju'7 : ; Hezeldah L. Thistle. J T3UILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house. they will warrant it to be a superior article.
U 52 fin Fruits, &c. having been marie that Hezekiah L. This..i 13 insured against loss by fire. inn SACKS fiacorderbleachedSacks( ,) just< VVe have enlarged cur stock of Drugs and Mei

PROOF_ out of the State of Florida It i* Ordered LEWIS & AMES, Iv/U received per Barque H. Gamble.and foi cines by recent artivats. and are prepared execvt*

RAISINS, LEMONS ORANGES, upon motion of S. R. Mallory, Esq., Com January 25, 1S50. 3 Agent, Tallahawee. sale by McNAUGHT & OR JOND. orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail! ',
Newport February 23 16W.
7Gentlemen's
Months after the date vf this notice I will APPLES ONIONS, plainant's Solicitor, that hearing of the tacls charged on the most accommodating terms. .
SIX my vouchers and accounts to the Hon. IRISH POTATOES, in the Complainant'[ Bill be had ; and that a Garden Seeds. We have also a few accounts yet due to us for!"

Judge of Probate for Leon County, for a final settleratal MACKEREL in half: barrel l and kitts, notice thereof be published in some public new paper A LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN SEEDS Clothing. year 1647. They are wnerally in mall BI0"1'but 8"

and discharge (ron the Ertate (f Dr. 1, D. PICKLED BEEF TONGUES, of this Stale for the pace of(our months leas! just received (from (the celebrated garden of G SMALL and well selected( stock of Clothing-, if the whole could bp paid shortly.jltrtnW
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",.'", 'late ofuid Countydecea'ett Just received and for sale by JOSEPH 1J. LANCASTER: R. Garretson, on Long Island. For sale by just received per J.meline.: and for sale by far towardsliquiJatingceitain '**" & /
1EWIS
r.\TRlCK SMITH, AiIm' JOHN McDOUGALL. Judge Southern Ciicuit. LEWIS & AMES. McNAUGHT! & ORMOND.

)!srch'lltO.- U-Q1 December:, IS!" 50 Key W ut, March 30, I ,$). 124m January 3, l 16V 32 N*'vperf, February 23, IS50: 7 2ptil ., 15-W *l


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